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 fill  rgv% /%/%'   V^ 4M^  Vol. 3,-No. 44.  REVELSTOKE, WEST KOOTENAY. B.C., FEBRLTAJIY,'2(), 1807.  $2.00 a Year.  NORTH RIDING CAMPS.  MINING NEWS OF THE SURROUNDING DISTRICTS.-  Big- Bend budget of briefs���������Consolation  nuggets��������� Raymond Allen's big  scheme ��������� The Shubenaeadie to be  worked���������The Little Falls sale-  Good winter in the Bend. ���������'  At the Consolation plat-er, French  ' Creek; pay has-been taken out, pielty  steadily all winter al tin1 rate'of $S or  '.$1211 dav per man,'with five men vvoik-  ing. Il is still doing well, and a recent  letter fioin'A. W. .Mcintosh says he  (found lhe biggest ^nugget, taken this  winter, one of two ounces. Several  other.-, over $20 have been taken.  A three-eighth- interest, in lhe Little  Falls placer, which adjoins the Onn-  solatioli ill the upper end will be sold  by public'1 auction at Reveistoke on the  13th of Alaich., Their is < machinery  ;md a 52-fo'ol shaft on t his property and  it is on the best nf ground.  Gus Lund says that on tbe Noith  Stui he has been ci osseutl ing In the  rilil channel but. has'not i cached the  pay yet. The" 'indications, however,  , point to its not being'very far away.-  Tin* total amount of tunneling on this  proper ty is S09 feet.'  ��������� John Sandei-soii is still busy at (he  Last Chance getting lOut timber', a ml  making preparations for the coining  season.( A sale is reported pending on  this piopertv.    t     .       , ������������������     t  This is siaid to. have be.en the finest  winter known in the Dig Bend. cSno\v,  is hut" five feet deep at, Ihe Qrphan Boy  and is expected to go oil' early. The  coldest it has been at McOullnch Creek  ,1s 7 degiees below zero. - ^  John Swoi ds ,-iiiil Harry [Inward aie  c-iiiii]led at the canyon ( n Gold .Stream.  'tliey ' are    m  .iking    shrii-e    boxes  ill  ��������� readiness for -hiicing   weather.    They  have about 500 teet ot boxes ' built   ,iml  ���������will woik   off a   bar, on  Gold  St.eani  about hall,;! mile below lhe bridge.    ,  Raymond  Allen   is  woi king on -hi-.  plaeeiyclaiui and has a   big scheine  in  hai/d.    He is putting in a dam  tip  tho  Vreek' at.    the.   outietXof   fii".   boltoin  meadow which >v ill make it .���������Oie-'.'jiv-oir-  > Xo hold Water >'ulltfiv_rt*fii'.''give' hhu 'a'  strong -head lo work-the-.cieek. Jt is-a  big scheme and he is well tinder weigh  will; it. , His diggings aie situated im.  l.lie east side of the Columbia 'River  nearly   opposite   the  old   diggings'on'  " Siintb Ci yek. ile will put on men to  help him in,the -spring so ,is to make  llie best use oi the lime.  One of lhe  pioiiiising  bench  claims  on Mc('til loch Ci eek isllie.Sliiiheiiaeadie  ��������� whit h adjoins the North Star al, thy  upper end. It has. bei'n tested before  givhie; v ei y good re-si ills two men taking out y.VI in l w c> days, it is situated  ongiouiid too near wbeie ;i pot of  money was r.il.en muni .> ai l;< days.  Tin- outlets. JIi'.-������r.-...AJcL)iai mid, Adair  and Best pioposc in i'uiiy test it, this  year and Irom what rliey know of the  li.itin e of,the g. oinid expect to make ..'i  1 ig cleai!-;:p with lillle expense.  Gamble's ,Duty to Advise.  In its List issue the Reveistoke Af.vji.  wiy.-: "F. C. Gamble, Dominion engineer, is hi town looking over lhe  river-. He says he cannot say what  will be done oi when until the department moves. Ah . Gamble might move  himself ,-ind make the department  rti-tle. The river h.uik cannot wait  *fnr people like Air. Gamble, lhe department oi-.-my one else, but must he  fixed at- once." *��������� Il is possible our contemporary forgets that .Mr. Gamble is  but an employee of the government,  an official wim-e duty il is to carry  out the oidors given him fioin ihead-  quaitc.s. Jf ihe river bank at iievel-  Mnkc demands attention, and we are  a waie it docs, the rc| I esentative of  Ihe di-lrii I, .Mr. linstock, is I he piopcr  pel-on lo make a repiesenlalion to the  Federal ^government to that elTeet.  This is pari of hi-, duty and we do not  think he will be found to he hat k ward  or any way lax in doing so.��������� Vaneonrer  World.  The AIail, does- not forget that Mr.  Gamble i> an employee of tin' government and il imagines il is as much bis  duly to advise.the di-pai linenl as to  carry nut its older1-. The river b,-.,ik  at Revelsloke demand-, 'immediate  atteiM iort and lhe AVorUl is assured  that-Air.--lio-ioek ha.s done his duly  manfully and p.opcrly tovvaidsgetling  it   protected. , i       i  Jf tin1 dilatory government thai the  World uphold1* vv ith "such parasitical  and lenimiei-ative all'ecliou did its  pail. .Mr. (-.amble would be al woik  befose'iiovv. The World says it. is  awaie l-h.'il the liver bank w.mts fixing. So is Air. Gamble if he looked at  il, and he should be iiileie-ted enough  lu urge I he mat ter lo a speedy con-  ehi-joli. If nothing is done on (be  river bank il vv ill he sole!\ llief.iiill of  tlie Turner��������� government mid no amount,  ol' wliif.ewnsbiiig l.yth.,- World:, will  ��������� 11 ink i," I be j.c'ij/le .i.eiirv e,o! hi ,'U ?-!���������.    '  Local and Personal Briefs.  The boat train did net get- in till  9:30,p.in. yesteiday.  The Imperial ,P������,uik will it'i.s > report-  ed open for- business on .Monday.  'A public meeting to di������cuss ineoi-  poration will he. held Monday. The  fiist mayor will take tlio chair." ,,  The Ladies' Aid .Society of. the  Methodist church will hold a parlor  social in the paisonage Monday even'g.  , Mtoiieleigh , Mining Co. has been  formed in .Milwaukee to operate by  drarrlic works on the south hide of  French Cn ek.   |'  Presbyterian   church :     Service    tr-  ���������' i  morrow evening at 7:-'.0 ; Air. (Jcddes.  IS.' A., missionary. Bible classes at.  2:30 p.m. to, which all aie .welcome.  ThOse who want (o sec . some good  skating and races well contested should  help to the success of tlie rink meeting  on Monday evening ner\l.  E. C. McCorti.son, of Lardeau, is in  town with his left hand ii.jinel. He  cmghl il iu a saw, at the Kinlcnav  Lunibei Co. mill at, Lndeau.  J{. Mc Dim mid. foieinan, E. Adair  and W. Best c;nne flown .fi-oni the,  Orplian liny, Tuesday. , Tliey vvill go  up again in a few days.  Ciet your vole, registered for the.  coining provincial election, litis very  neeessiiry that even one should he prepared lest, it come when least expected.  ��������� Cliip'in for a good skating contest  on   Monday   ilight.    Good" sports   aie  in  to  NOTES OF THE HOUSE.  OUR  VICTORIA    CORRESPONDENT  GIVES   HIS   VIEWS.       '   .  The townsite trouble���������Ore output ���������  Measure for regulat'ing companies  'introduced ���������Mr.  Kellie and  Dr.  Walkem���������Private bills of public  interest  the. best thing   people   can   engige  iind beat travelling fake  shows   all  * i' ������  pieces.  Five hundred feet of Baker fabric  hose has arrived for the. fire department. This is the. best <dio.se of the  kind made A fire'test will soon be  made now.  A.   W.   Mull,'.well   known   to   old  residents of iRevel.sloI.e, died at   Ivain-  loops.on Thursday.     Deceased" was   89  years old and was n   native   of   Wilts,'  Eng. "��������� Funeral on Sunday afternoon. "  It. W..'and,Mrs. Northey with tlieir  children Violet, add Stanley left ,for  Roslslaii'l (hisvveek. Tliey are wished  every "oorl fortune by many friends.  Gilbert iind Alice Northey will, remain  here. -    ;" , -  r, - E.-A,Haggftftf-of-V.incouveryis I in.-  luiivvii c;.-inyas_iii:^-������_oj"._;.a-.7r<i5ubIo-'!,tij ���������' the.  "Mines .uf Ihitisli Columbia. It vvill  be'.'t' very useful Volume, and (.over tbe,  histoiy, nature, iind locations of tiie  .nines ot' the-whole provincj'. Tt is it  capital thing to get your ad. in.  A good   deal   of   interest    is    being:  arouse,!  by   the   skating   challenge   of  T. Moiaii.     Oilier matches are nn   the  cards, and itis quite possible that Reveistoke.   mav "send   repiesentati.es   to  - v. I  'some of   the   lower   country   links   to  compete against local champions.       .  Mr. liar-row, of the Kontenav Thiii  Woi k.., s.iys al. Nelson thai while in  Victoii.i he iulei viewed iMossis. ihime  and Kellie who nioiuised to lend their  assistance in seem ing his company a ,  block of land near Cotton wood 'Cieek  iind the 0. it K. railway.  Notice of incorporation of ihc,Carnes  Cieek Consolidated Gold Mines Co.  appears in 'lliis .week's , (jn~.������tt>\ rJ'he  principal [ilace of business is I'evei-  stoke; the capital..stock si,000,000 in  one million sliaies of .^I. The trustees  aie T. T. liiewstei, \V. Cowan and V.  McCuty, all oi Reveistoke.  I  The iiicorporati ui of the Western  Canadian Mining it Development Co.  is noticed in tins week,s Gazelle.. Tbo.  principal place of business is Reveistoke; the capital stock ������������������?!,200.000 in  one million -two bundled thou-and  .shines of HI each. The trustees nainctl  are W. A. M.-utel, Rut Portage; 0. D.  Jloar and JL A. Hrowii, Reveistoke.  An anonynioiis contribution lias  been .sen l to the AIaii, correct ing a  statement which appealed iu our con  tciiipoiary's issue of Wednesd .y. Jt  was probably it mistake, but il is  proper- here to point out that it. is  contrary to journalistic etiijuelte lw  give publicity lo1 such malteis until  infused by (lie paper which is concerfi-  ed. o  Hewitt Rostock, M.P., came upfunii  tlie south yesteiday ai'f.ei iioon. He  has visited all the piincipal places in  South Kootenay and got tlie views of  the people eveiywheie. lie went  west without stopping but comes back  hcie Monday and will eil her meet the  IJoatd of Tiade1 or hold a public meeting or pei hap- both. Hewitt is a  [rushing young mu i, and is going to a  good deal of pains to get his con  slittienls v ievv s.  The carnival at the. link on Monday  night w,is vei v    well   attended    and   a  good ileal of   nileicsl aitachid    to   tlie  several events  for   which   prizes   were  ollercd. 'J*. Aloran took (In: gentlemen's  single skating  piize.  the  larlies   -ingle  was ca'pltned iiy Alis-   Alice   Norliiev,  and the ladles .md gentlemen's   double,  fell to ly Mc.Manus and   Aliss    L.   Fd-  wards,  l'*i,ink  liiowii as a hunter   tool  the   prize , for    tin1 ' best    geiuJeinen's  co.stu'iiii; and Mis-t, Al illif;   Behrens  i-.,!.oi.'...-.i-::!i..' .!������������������:'-  As expected the debate'on .the ad-  dress runic to an end on Fiiday (be fill  d.-iy of tlie session. The Hon. Colonel  Baker was very facetious in his. reply  and said thiit the opposition had predicted the fall of the Government for  (he past (ern years and would'do so for  ten niore. I always considered the  'Colonel to be an imaginative man but,  now I am .sure ,of it- a--, it icf.iiires a  strong imagination lo imagine the  Turner Government in power for another ten years. He gave great credit  to the Altoi iiey-General for having  kepi law and ordei like he did and  eulogised Hon. Air., AI-ti tin ie 'connection vvitli the new parliament buildings. Wf.h.-it Siircasin 1 '  ' T.he Attorney-General, the provincial  Rip Van Winkle, awoke1 from' bis'sleep  fo make a-feeble speech in .support of  his government. He made it great  piece of gallery play in saying that the  sufferers of the Pt. Ellice bridge  disiistei should be confaider-ed before or  as soon ;is the .siiffeiei s of the Indian  famine. IJe defended Chief J (.slice  Davics levision woi band attempted to  justify lion. Pooley's appearance for  the FA &N. li. Co..against the Prov-  in re. ,.'-                                     ' . I ir  Air. Sword replied to the, I wo previous  minister's and did excellent work. His  reference to the Go'vernments vigorous  railway policv which he said consisted  ... .  ofa-king the Dominion to build the  railways was (|:e best thing of the day.  It "describes tin* situation exactly for in  almost- every -speech by government  suppoi ters vvliereyei a -railway policy  ivvtis spoken of -ometbing was also said  about tlie Dominions duty to the Province. The acidies.s'ill reply was next  (���������Jii ried.without division. Later-ill (In.  day. ^in'   reply     to   jMr.^Heliuel-viiV  iiiiestion "Doe- the GoverhliKMitinteiid  i__  .....       - i.  Id remit lhe lite miners .tax." -The  .lion. Col. Baker said after a little  besilaney: "Ye-, in uccoi'dancc with  the .statement made by tho piesiileut  of the council. ,    -  lion, linker s-aid in icply to lhe  tine-1 ion'alioiil his eastern trip lhal he  visited Toronto and Montreal al his  own expense and moved to strike out  those w oi'd-"���������('arried.  All. Eberl's, in reply to Air. Kellie,  vv.so asked the cause ol delay in tbe  settlement of the Revelsloke townsite  dispute, said : ���������  ���������'The piincipul cau-e of (be delay  in  tin- settlement ol   tb.-  ipie-lioii   of   the  (li-piited lauds  iu   the   lailway   bell *is  (bat, out   of  ten   oiigiual  giai.iees  or  their successors in title, only five  have  le.s'pondeu to the request, of  this Government lo excel.te sin i enders and   releases.    In the Farvvt'll townsite out of  57 owners eit hei under  t onv eyance. or  agi ecinri.is foi wile, (inly lour have as  yet   placed    themselves   in ��������� communication with the Government, although  eveiy possible means, by published advert isem en Is and the issue of c-ii-ciilar:-,  have been taken   to   bring  the  matter  lo  their   l).\iee.    Of   these four   none  have    c.Miipletely     estahliohcd     their  claims.    Another cause  lor delay  hits  been   the   iion-rcceipl   of    inloi million  and maps requested  and   promised   by  (he Dominion Govci-mnenl  to identity  those binds dealt, with by the Dominion  piioi to .March 2!), ISO."., (the dale of the  Dominion oider-in-council),   the  guarantee  (if  vvliith   from   the   P. ovintial  Government does uol come w il bin I lit  terms of the settlement.    The live .surrenders already executed   aie  delayed,  in I lansmission pending  the  approval  of the Minister of .Justice,   and   an  as-  stunncc   from   the   Dominion  Government that I he giants fo be leceived   in  exchange will   be   of  ihe   same   liberal  diameter as the  original  grants  from  the JVovinrc."  I am in.I acquainted with the ineiils  of this mallei but if.you will give imparl ic-ulais I will help in gelling it  sliaightcned mil.  .Mi. Cotton wanted an adjournment  lo discuss the conservation of water  rights but Air. Tin ner said he was im-  I pre���������ed v. it h tiie importance of the  ma I ter and it would have early con-  sidei.itioii. House adjourned till  Monday 2 p.m.  grant covers only iiom llie eastern  biiiriiil.il y of (he province to Ivoolen.-iy  J^ake, and not oil to the coast. Another  score for the opposition public..  ,Tlio ictiini asked foi by Air. Kellie  ihews.lhe output,of minerals fioin  li. C. lo be u]i to dale over one bundled  millions woi Ih.  The outpul for the various disliicts  in the l.'tsl, I wo yea is was :  IS.'... 180(5. ,  Cm iboo .$ 2X2,0<)0 , $ rJSI.fof.  CaSsiai...'.        22,.-.7.">    -   21,000  Jvoolen.uv.  ICasI  17.T7.".       la!, 127  Kootenav, West.... 2,22:..2()ti    J,002,73.-.  Lillociet.*.         I0,('i(������ r^CC.  Yale     211,581        2(Ki,07.S  Other Disli-icts.'....       10,000 15,tXJ0  Tofal!"   Placer Gold   The new  bill  companies  was  .   $2,8-41,000 $1,810,1)55  1805. l.SiXJ.   "  ..$ -181,80.- $ 511,020  'or the regulation of  next i nil nd need?' If  covers 55 pages of printed matter, and  is divided into nine heads. No company according to it can commence business until 10 per cent, of its capital  slock is paid up in ctiMh. Annual repeals ,-u e to be made to the re'gisliar,  and ti company may reduce its capital  by consent of Die supreme court. Pros-,  pectuses must state (he names of proposed directors and amount of sliaies  agreed to be taken by each, number of  .shares fully paid up and lhe1 names of  vendors of property purchased or lo be  acquiied and its price. The nl'fic e of  director shall be vara ti Id if he^holtls  other office or place of profit under the  company, if he becomes, bankrupt or  .insolvent or if he'participates in the  "profits of any contract with the company, except as it member of another  co m pa u j',  The'registration fee.- for companies  (other than foreign) are as follows: If  tbe nominal capital does not exceed  $10,000, a fee of $10; above $10,000 forever}' additional $5,000 up to $25,0b0,  $'5; above ^25,000,to $500,000, for every  additional $5,000, $1; for every additional $5,000 above $500,00'), 25 cents ;  provided that,no company sh,.|] be liable to pay in lespect of nominal capital  any greater fee than $250. Existing  companies requiring to be registered  under this Act are lo pay tiie same fees  as,new c-oinp'aiii.*s.  The fees foi ' registration -of foreign  companies under thi-. Act ai e to be one-  tenth of one'per l-e.nt..jipon|tbe.-'iiitli()i---  .is_.il capital, in addition to lhe spec-die  charge ot $10 for' i-et������ist,cMngvtiie' company's name and office and the address  of its ,-igent aud manager. ' ,  The .subject, treated is a v.|s( one and'  will occasion a good deal of discussion.  Premier Turnei shuffled out. of Afr.  Hume's quest ion a-iking for a leturn of  land transfers io ' \V'. Kootenay, but  Af;1. Sword backed it up and supplemented it with ;i request for pai t iculars  of eveiy lot transferred and fees in  each case. An order was on Tuesday  passed to make this leturn. On Tuesday too, Dr. Walkem, the independent  member, took the'AVoild to task for  criticising his i ernarks on lhe amount  paid that paper for publishing a sale, of  land for taxes. This was not a very  stirring day. ll may he interesting lo  your leaders lo know thatthe Lardeau  Railway company seeks imorporatiop,  the petition being from .John Andrew  Al.u-a and others. Abo that Ah. Helm-  cken will on Thursday ask leave to introduce hills entitled an act to amend  (be Placer Alining Act Amendment  Act 'P(J, and an act to amend the Aiine-  ral ActlfflO. Mr. Kberts too vvill on the  same day bring in a measure "An Act  to accelerate the Iucoi poratiou of  Towns and Cities." <  Wednesday was a much more  inlet-  estiug day taken   from   every   point of  t!  lines  '.ir  ��������� l'.: 11 _.  .Monday's sitting wa- in the early  pint mostly taken up with agi-iciillina)  mal lei - ,ui(i then (.'in.e Air. Giuliani's  question nooul railway rail's. Then  Mr. Turner pi esented a retiu u shew ing  C'Xpenses al I.ii bed to lhe negotiation  of the loan of 'i'5. The next event of  notice was iodic geneially interesting  the lot induct ion of a bill to cor. eel an  iCliliiglli'.y id Hie , li. i ���������-. I-iiiutheiir Rly.  Aid Act, The "flvel of Lhyuiiiciidiiiciil.  .is. ��������� lo  shew   Dial', liny ci.'iii|. anv'*j  land  view. Jt began with Dr. Walkem asking Air. Kellie if il was (rue that he is  a candidate for the ofrice of Gold Commissi.mei in W.   Kootenay.  Air. Kellie denied il.nnd letoiled very  h.-ippily that, all he a-pired to was the  position of Pi rimer.  The bill lo correct the ainbiguivy of  (he IJ. 0. .Southern Grunt was lead a  first lime and gets a second reading  Thursday.  The next important de-bale of I lie day  was mi Air. Adams' (Cat iboo) motion  lhal it was desirable in place an export  duty on ores. Col. Raker thought doing this would result in smelters, forming a ring lo hull mine owners Air.  Sword agreed wiih the Colonel. Hon.  Mr. Turner said it was a weighty mailer and was afraid lhal such a policy  would injure the mining induslry. Mr.  Foslei thought il would stop settlement (.1 newly opened di-li-Irls and  would pi-obiibiy close down low grade  mines. Mr. Seinlin agreed with Mr.  Turner .-md asked the mover to withdraw the resolution.  Air. Kellie did not think it necessary  at prc-i-isi lo put an expo.I duly on  ores. When the piovince hudhcllc"  (���������oininuiiicalions iind cheaper coke, it  would be time enough to talk about  this. Mr. Adams withdrew (lie resolution.  Thc-1'rov ii.ei.d .Secretary made hi--  reply to Mr. I lelu.cke.i's query as to  Ihe costs of his lecent eastern trip.  The ri tu. n amount- to $201.  The standing cnmiiiit.tcc on private  bill-, repoi leil lhal in t he ca-e of (No. .1.  Revelsloke Water Works, I'.lrofiii  Light...md Power (io., Ltd., and (No. 7)  Revel-Kike, Trout L'ake, and Rig Ren..  Telephone Co., Ltd., the ��������� standing or-'  dei's ii;'. ve been i'.implied' w il h,   '   y  THE ORPHAN BOY.      ,  It Promises To Be a Mine and a Very  Good One.  From Ed. Adair, a miner wbo-lias.  worked on the Orphan Roy from , the  very beginning and who has just returned, the following 'particiil.-us of  work done have been gleaned. Knowing the very general interest taken in  the piogiess of this property1 both on  its own, account and that of the  neighborhood in which it is located the  details aie given at .some length.  The work on  the Orphan  Roy   was  commenced about I he Sth  of  October  and with -even men woi king has  lieen  steadily   prosecuted   ever   since. (,The'  ('���������am]) was first built and I hen work was  begun   ou   Ihe   claim.     A   shaft   was  started in one of Die smaller leads  but,  was discontinued lest there   would   he  insiilTicient powder and .-ill bauds were  put on the No.  1  tunnel.   The  tunnel  was staited to crosscut the lead and ,it  caught tine  wall   with    forty-five   feet  driven.    It then  cut   the   lead   at   an  angle of thirty-five   degrees   and   lulling 7!) feet went through a lead 25  feet  wide fioin wall to wall.    Of. this lead,  nine feet is splendid free milling quartz  and along the foot,   wall   is^a   fourteen  inch streak of ore which so closely  n;-  s >nihies some of the Trail ores that put,  together they could not he told   apart.  In the  qua it'/,  free  gold   was  plainly  discernible in several places with   the  eye.     From  starting  point  to    finish  No. 1 tunnel is in 12f feet, and   the  ore  on   the   dump    mostly    free    milling  cpiai tz is about  seven   hundred   tons.  There    was    no   limbering   necessary  except the first thirty feet.   At or near  the end of   the  tunnel-a  body  of decomposed quatzvvasstruck which from  all appearances should   he enormously  rich.   On the (ith ofr.Tanuary a  second  tunnel   (No. 2)  was commenced   at   a  p-iint about 125  feet   lower  tnati   the  first and is now in  7S, feet.   -It   is   ex-  i- -  peeled to cut the lead again with about  six or mote feet lo run. On gelling  under cover in No. 2 the outer edge of  a holly of what looked like decomposed  asbestos was struck and il is believed  that a large quantity ,of that mineral  substance is close at hand. r[-  There.are fom other distinct leads  on the'Oi phan I3o'y, -varying from."11  iiTcbes'tb/t.vvo feet'vvi tie,' and are all, of-  rtAyery promising- free mjlliiic. -charac^  ti'V.-" The shaft?' lii-fTm*- spoken" o'fwiTs"'  sunk on one of 'these for'J25 feet and  was in on* all, the way. The powder  is now short and "some hands have  come down to Revelsloke to bring up  s iflicient to carry on operations.   ,  Speaking generally, Adair says: I  have no hesitation in saying that 1  believe the Orphan Roy to be a most  promising property and one that vvill  in the vei y near future be a mine, and  a good one too. ' This opinion is shan d  by all who have worked on it and as  an evidence of their opinion some of  the boys are, I understand, taking  slock in the company. Within five  weeks the ledge will, if it, keeps its dip,  be struck and I then expect to see the  Orphan Boy take a front rank. It has  ey,i*ry convenience theie for handling  cheaply; theie is -plenty of water for-  milling or pumping or anything else'  and .any quantity of good timber.  TRUE FISSURE SOLD.  BONDED TO THE H0RNE-RAYNE  CO. FOR $50,000.' '."  ,  Trout Lake early prospectors rewarded  for perseverance ��������� They -have  bonded and sold to $107,000���������  Horne-Payne Co. ' now -working  four claims, on one lead.   ���������  Big Bend Mails.-  The pies-ent mail contract for Big  13 -nd axpires Maich J.I--1, which is now  but six weeks off. The delay in pio-  viding a seivice this winter was occasioned by allowing the previous  contract to expire befoie the piesent  one was piovided. This should he  guru (led against at. lhe close of March  and provision made to continue it until  the season, which will be early, i er-  mils ;i twice a month service.  A not her of the great properties" of  the Trout Lake camp has been bonded;  this is t.he Tine Fis-ure on the celebrated Great Northern lead. It was  bonded on Tuesday, the l(ith,_ t<i fcjie  Lillooet, Fraser River and'- ^'.-irihoo  (.old Fieids Co. Ltd. Iiy Chus. -^IiWm.,  Thomas-Downs and Peter Walker for  $50,000. A deposit has been made.' the  second payment is due' in January of  ')^8, the third three months from then,  and the final payment will lie made ,Uf  June of the same year. This company,  the 11 (>ri)e-l^tyne._i)pl\vL.coiitrol four of  the seven local ions on this gr'e.ltt lead  viz.: the Philh'psiuirg, Old Sonoma,  Broadview and True' Fis-ure .and ;l������ave       ,  splendid properties in all of them.  The'     <  i   <",-���������>   -'.a..  True Fissure, their, latest purchase was  located by Messrs, Holten, Downs and  Walker in '01, and was  bonded' td.'t.i'e-  Novvell Alining Co.,,of Juneau, Alask;*',  iu '05,.for $20,000; but failing, to,, make ,-,  the payments reutiired by tin: bom.   it -  reverted to the original owneis. "'About  $7,000 has been expended on '.li.H'propf-  c-rty, counting  everything, up'to-the  present.    It, is a silver-lead ,ore,-.vvitli  gold,   the   silver   contents    averaging  about 80 ounces to  the  ton  and. is. on .    ������  i    j-    .     - ���������* l  the North Fork of the Lardeaijt River.-,'   .  .Messrs. Holten, Downs andJWalk'er  were owness, of   four   claims'* on,' the  Great   Northern     lead^ the1   'Great      <  Northern,L Hillside,    Broadview.,,, and  True Fissure and  have  boi.ided   tbytn 0  all  for a  silm'of $92,000.' They. (a)s������,j  owned the  Silver Cup on   the  Stnith  Fork anif sold it for $25,000," making a '  total sum of $107,000 for their interest'.!., Q,  in Trout Lake.   They have besides -an-!  other very promising claim luft'bn .the. o-  Great Nortliern lead.  ,.' '  t| r       , ..,,.',  These three,men are-good-'exahiples,  of what perseyeraiK-e and grit,;.'will 'dY.?  .They went into Tf out Hake .district  \n  the-fiill of'85, and have hi.en'i.theK.'.olf  Nmd-roii over smco.^ ,Thcy tho.ughtith'oy/ -  had " good   properties'and lielcl; oq. tioi  them through "good report -Inil ill, and.  to-day sees the reward of theii tenacity.  '"With  -.commendable   spirit   they' -���������/������;���������  putting their  well-earned money'into*  ventures   and   improvements; iu athe.  country where they made it.    ��������� >   .   .,..',  v   ' * ' '-      .. ..   '*  -     That Hotel Again."' :������������������'''������������������'������  It was stilted last week that, the (.). .  P. R. were going to build a; $25,000 '  hotel. That, the report was "correct is"  fully .shewn this week by the followihg'"' '  notice taken,, from the Vancouver \:  Ncwn Advertiser :��������� ..   ,..,;���������'  'Tenders will be received up   lo   noon  or) Monday, 22nd  inst..,   for  furnishing  of all labor and   material  and   fo'r'-'the  erection and completion of it. hotel  at.j  Reveistoke. '    , ,.  Plans, specifications, forms'of tendei1'''  nnd nil  necessary  information   can. be.[ ������  .obtained at tin*  oflice  of J. J. C.-iVi-bie   .  Esq., Resident.  Engineer.   The'lowest'-  or anv tender  will'not necessarily.; hi.','; _  accepted. H.ABBOTT,     ,'  '  Geii. Slipf.'   _���������'  Vancouver, B. C, Feb. 15, 1S07,,,,.,, .   ���������,.',.._.  This notice is not advertised   locally.o''.  ,- , e.i '  .--^ii 1    ,  hut is  clipped  from  one of  the  Villi- .  couver papers.    Local contrac'tors hiYve''"*  therefcre had no opportunity tO-SubYnib'11 (  estimates. '   >��������� ..���������''-"-' i   ^  CORRESPONDENCE.  . 1 ���������  '-C--r-  ho Kditorcaiiuotbort'siioiisiblufoi'ilicoiiiiiioiis.  exiiru-scd by correspondents.  Down River Points.  The Hank of J). N. A. has opened it  branch at Trail:  Il.it iy Hughes bad a narrow escape  fioin suowslidc last week.  The I Sank of Montreal are opening  a branch at New Denver.  .Silveiloii townsite has been secured  by Alexander it Itotlibono.    ,  The. Ueco Alining Co. are expected  to pay a .^i00,000 dividend shortly.  An at tempi is being made to get a  waggon road from Burton City to Blue  01oust* Creek.  The U". S. committee on ways and  means have agieed to put back the  duty on lead oies lo IA cents per  pound.  \V. Thoiiiliiison leaves Hourne. Bros.  New Denver store this month and vvill  after a short icst open a mining  biokei 's ollii e.  Woik has commenced on llie new  combination steel and iron In idge  ac.oss the Columbia at N'm thport.  Theie vvill be I,-.00 feet of spans.  Kaslo h..s an it her excitement. An  aide.i man is piosecuting t he city clerk  foi a breach of bv-law No. 10 of illicit)'. Another pally, I). C McCallilm,  is iiiiuging the city into the Supieme  court nnd itsl<nl,o have the I't'itx -'levy  by-.law,of ".)) ,1'j'iiaslie.d..1   .    ,  The following letter explaining malteis relative to his leporled i etirciii'ciit *' [  is published   at the  request of 'Rev. 'Fi'' '  Yolland : - I  AN EXPLANATION.'   ,.'���������      ������������������!  To Editor of the "News-Advertiser."., , j.i  Sir���������A note appeared   in Saturday's...  issue of last week about myself which r  is somewhat  misleading,    'flu* article  in (pies!ion stated that I had placed my  resignation iu lhe hands of lhe Bishop  and was going lo turn my attention  lo;   ,  mining.   This is in a sense true though     j  il is liable to give a very wrong impres-   ,  sion.    L should   be   glad, therefore, if  you would be good enough to insert iu  your next issue   this  further  explann-    -���������-  lion: With the permission of the.Bi.sh-  np. I am taking a few months' restfrom   '  clerical   work  for  two reasons: (I) because 1   have   been   suffering  with   ill-,  health lately; (2, because I intend pay-     '  ing a vi-it to England   this  vein,    if I  let urn from England alter next Christmas as I expect  lo  do. I   ahull   resume,  my ministerial work iu this diocese.  Yours faithfully,  FIELD YOLLAND  Reveistoke, B.C.. Fell, loth, 1S07.  Services at. usual hours, morning and  evening, in tbe Alelhodist church l-o-  inoriow.    Rev. J. A. Wood, pastor.  Chinch    of    England   ser v ree.s     lo-  "_f   .1 "~  morrow,   'ai    1 I    a.m.    and   7..'5U 'p.in.  PiC'V. !���������'. Yollaiid  vyill't.Ji.uii.te;?  '���������'    -?':"      IrftflL  w$mmmmi^������s���������t Pa 0 K '.:���'
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::v
.\ I'Kt'v.-s .c S?,I!'!--r,
i'   i.i.;-.!i:-;;s am. I -in h ������:' i -ions
I public    buildings    iii     Don iid.     Nelson
i '
I -md clsevv hei e and e.uPiasl t belli   vvitli
j I be chicken coop   here   ai\:\   anv    man
! vvli-i Lis llie inl.-ii-s'^    of   the   place   at
i^������     :       if-.u.-if-O"-!     "
��-.     __. CC-ni-'o-sJi'-,
i!i:v;:,'.si--)Ki: S-.wtm.n. H-.C
, o  - - '
. Haircut .if.d shave 50c.   /"p-mm.,
���-*w;rc-cr- Comfortable PaHors.
OPii-jnito Evug 5U-S'C.
Subscription   F-icc,    $2.00    Per    Anaiiui    heal I    vmII    j_,et     v. aim.      i ne   .govern
i<w"-.n: ( '.: \  i\   iir,.i.M-i,
r\   c
"nvriiAt T aiivi:,,;'ri.-i.",.i/;> r< .���<,.-.it.i ,nr
l IK- lit 1 .' ll.   si   "i'l pi"   I   flllillll illl ll  pi I   it Kill I 11.
J'lii-spiU-l--. Ilf  sl\  Mi'.llllll    lltf 'l     >   .ll*    l.,l'l      -i
=-        per mi li pf !��� iniiiiiji.
ril.W'slE.'JT' A!lV!:!."l'iSi:Mi;\ l->   Id-,    mi
,    iit-.i-iu-l nisi rl'nii.   "i,-. pi l-  iiui   e.'K li   sill.-"--
i|iif ill    in ..'-rl.nn.      'I in-    .jneili. i-    nf    hi,i .
ret lamed l.y s]i.i. c i.e. iipif .1. f> Inn s  |i,  ;lu
im li. .,
l.KAD.Xi:- NOI'lCI->   !(',.   pu-  line ...rli   mi-
sciIkiii,   i,nl. ss   . (ml i.n ;i il   !.,;���  iiv'llio   lull
hue.
'.IO!', I'l.'INTIv'il  i.f i v, iv km I ..1 inn-)  li.isiiii-
.llilC I'.ll'1 .   Hill -llie I   ' i   ll'ilii c.
Af('( i'i'N I'S  im- .jnii   |>:.iii,ii-   ,ii ( leiveil i-in^
p.l.V.lllli- .ill  I llC  ill s|   (il'cel-J   llllllll'l.
1 uieiii  liui'l a ji'irii.niierit ii.iii-cat   \"ic- ; \*J.   jJH..
I loll.i lhal   will co-a    a    millloii.       What I
SHAW.
i loi'.' To jr.i a i espn-iablc face on
linings. Ye I, licit* in iievcl'stokc
v. Iiere luuidieds ale iniiiiug .old
gdiiig dailv I lies maintain a sLiucluic
unlit  lo look at.
Rl-"i t.LST. )K!���   i).C
Experience Teaches.
1-vc.al Esta!��, Mines and Insurance.
Agent for- Ferguson townsite.
Companies incorporated hcre.i'i'lci- to
I work individual  mining  claims   vvoiild
CnitKK-sroNiiKVfl-: mi   ill  i.i.ilu-i. i,l   Im.il i do-Wfll to profit  by (he failures   of   the
in pn liu iia11. -i in v.i, .1 .nilI. .ir. mill  i .,n- i
-i.ln-cil.    All (-1111111.11111,11 'ells in lhe   Kincr1 pa-l llVn s-.i-iiIimiikI proV loe ph'iit y ol
niti-l In ..I*. iiiii;i.iiii'-il ltv   11.'; ii.i.mi1 nf i he 1 ,,,  ,  ,,,,,,    ,,, a        i <��� , i, .   . i ...a     :,    .,,,.,.
,   ��nl.-i- li..,-.' U-I.ii- |.,ii,i.,-.il!,..,.  Iiui ll.-asiii-v  slock.     I, the   slock   is   never
.in an ( v i.i. iii c nl .-n-.il f.ipi. ! ecu ui red   to   lie   issued   it   I edui.es   lhe
Aildu'���    ' ' '
Tu.-. !.'i(ii'i:x.\v M.vn,,
liel elsiokc, !..<'
aetu.'il capital on which dividends have
lo he,paid by lh.it much and if il is   re-
ipiired lo   put .(lie   mine  oi.   a   paving
basis   il   i- a very nice thing lifjliavc it
on  hand      ll will pay promoters to  be
less   hoggish   in   I he I'm m e.    I,'-| them
j be   satisfied   with   a   small interest ,md
I pill,   more   of   the   (apilal   in theliea-,-
��3Sif-S>    j���,.j.   -/,'���s.s/ff.-,f/  Miner.
Rubber Boots
and Shoes :':
i wear like iron.  ���
REVELSTOKE, FVAV. '20.  I.J!i7.
.TiiE.rf-gislratiou of lan'd titles serin's
just1 as far away as ever. Ally.
Genera) El e. t's answer to Air. Kellie
would load.one lo think that it was
the people's own fault. Is it so.? If
it is, why so much agitation. , A communication from somebody who can
not get registered and who thoroughly
understands the question would help
to elucidate it? ���     ' -
Komk coast'people   want,   a   ch.-iiter
for a railway from t he,'coast   lo   iCoot--
enay.     Incidentally llicy .say   it   is   to
benefit Kootenay bul it is clearly seen
< he motive is io   build    up    the   coast
cities.      The   people,   of   the    inleiior
i i -      ���    ' ��� ',     i        ��� ���
have no obieot ton to   as��isi'��� the   cities
Provincial Returns.
The public accounts for the fiscal
year ending .hiiie ..(Ith '!!(). ' w ere
broiiglil bei'oie I lie, house In���I wi;ek.
Tliey show,I he net revenue of I he pinvoice to have been $!W!),(il7,If), an iu-
cre.t-e of $!K.,55)I, over lhe previous
year: and. llie net expenditure fo be
$l.(il 1.72.1, a decrease of s;.'.00,000 .from
the yen- before. Amongst the expenditures Hie largest were, I'm- read-
etc.. $2.'iR,(i!)l), for the parliament builil-
ings _j.257,(.f)(). The incre.i'se in receipts
was mainly made from miners licenses
and j-e.-iei-.d mining i ec.-ij t^.
' In lhe stat ci :i", it of ( nl led ions in the'
diffei-Mi! districts West, Koot.Miay and
Yale vvi Hi" !j.!22/.)0l and ^'105,()')0 respectively, e;e iiy ' head the' other-,
showing lhe need of geiierouo treat-,
ii
I
HE DIPLOGK BOOK
AMD STATI0HERY CO, LTD.
Wholesale   Paper   Dealers   and
. . Stationers . . n
.mi.|i,��� VANCOUVER,   B.C.
WB. McKECHNIE,
(M.Ii., -M.I>. CAM
PHYSICIAN and SDBGEON,
REVKLSTQivK . . '. . B.C.
(lI'TiCr. in li. .S.inisDi-'s linns/1 (nt-v, I'li-.l-vli-r-
i.iii Clmrtli). ('.si'- In' Tc1ciiIki.ii' or Tek1-
__-i.Ui!] ;.r<nii]itl.v al-.L-ii'l-il lo? OUifc lidtirs:
lliyl to 11 .uiii., ;::.(! tn 4 nnd 7 to 8 ii.ni.
OH AS. R. CARLYON.
BaiTistBP-at-Lawf Solicitor
and Notary Public,
X", (.KKICK:   Al vii. l>ui.._ii.<r, Hcvcl-lokc-, 15. 0.
r\   cj   tv-'-v "T;r��'��-  ,t '.;i
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Beai Estate ana Miniiij Broker,
; i
133 Corel.>v.t Si., V.Vjf coovex, s:c.
T. MATHEWS,
i^c.'il iVHHtcantl .Mining Hrokcr
319, Cord ova St.,
'     '    VANCOUVER, B.C.
.Mining s'iocivs iind jiropei I i"s bought
jinil sold on   commission. ' .Correspondence solicited. ' , .
^JAS.  McMAHON,      ,
General Blacksmi tb & Woodworker
i
Repairs ro Wagons.    Tools Sharpened.
SlloiciNO    A    .S   ...CIALTY.
Gold Hill Hote1
FRANK ,VANDALL, Pkoi-kietor.
--"��� Reveistoke, E.G.���
Best Table in Town, Well FopnisM / Booms,
Olioioesi Wines, Lipors and Cigars/ ' ���-'
Everything Strietly First-Class. .
a. McNeil,
BAItSEIt SilOP AND BATH KOOM,
i
J^ront, Street, Reveistoke.
DOERlriQ & M.4RQTRAHQ ,
, Brewing Company,
vancouv'kr, h.c. '
Alexandra Lager and Porter, in   Jvogs
and Hollies.     Al vv a\.�� i.diable.
1 5.4-W    t3i��3.5Ji     HJV    LfilC/
v r^j     ti.^ rfn r\ j-�� /-a
I'hc Ixjltcr the bread the better
the staff. ���        ^^psssss^
neiiljn i-epi-esiMil.-ilion and' .-ippropi-ia- : .     , ^ ,       t~tVn.~~-f.
ions-    In   K.   JCool enay,. Cob   IJ-ikeiV /-\. r S\j. ^|\/|S j   M
Baker and Confeclioner,
R.'.\'i:i.5;tokk,.Station.
Haircut, 25c;   Bath, 50c; Six Shaving
c Tickets for S1.00.
, , ���    i
'    GUY   BARBER,
t i '
.    WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER
Repairing Neatly &. Promptly Executed.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Terms $2 per day.
', '' Kamloops Beer on Draught
\j kJ l- '^J H V l Li i in     DJUul
���-----~;Eevelst;ok0, B. O.���=
J. R.HULL & CO.
constituency,     the    am'ouul   ,(oliecled
was  ij.lT.f-i.'.S,   slievviiig   an   incrctsiy of
only $2,0')I) over last,  ye.-ir.     Ii   will   b->
i ii I eresi ing to *w ,-i| ch t.he ;ippri ipriat ion.s
foi  /<]. ICootenay in t.he coining session. |    ��    . .1"��^_-     ���
In tbe  '!).-)   leiiir-iis    K.    Kooleuav   go't ' X^I'.IJ/''    KJ~��l&
aboul !|!l lo   eveiy    !;.l    it    contributed, i "^^^ s��,.  ^. ' T*X"?" 1
, Vicl���-ii., cily isb:it ,hi,,|   with   !j.7:).tl.)) ' .^OQ Llll'illg      W OOfJ
ot tin- coast by   building   tli'is   rnid   it    (,,,k..1.ll���;  ,,,',,   ,,,Lil   ]ux< ,lli(1||.    ,���.-,,. .   , ,,      ./'-,,,, -
,, -m   i i- i ,/ ��� r L'.tn inii  il OMe.iper iiom
they will show ii coriesponding .idv.ui-Ith;. |-epre.--eiii,iiion thai   ^V.   Knolenay I      . ,
tage to   (.lie   inland   towns,   but.   until    has. T!ici,e is no need lo dwell mi ihe--c '      ,.        \~[       P"^ |    tC^ r-if'". T\T/~*
ineljii.ilil ies ,is most people a: e i'amili.ir f V V   a      'A ' i__v L-f i t �� il 1 > '��Ls_
wilh.lii'Mii;   il   silouhj    be ^ ieniei..bei-ed,  | ' '      ���"     ,
however, thai \V. Kootenay  I .Yale j   ' '"li;  l'v^)   c;i;'!   afford AO    Steal
\\ ii.h less l.h.-in  iuiV-s.\i h'l.f   tbe   n-pie-i IL a.id l.tlct*  di(j cil.'l.xe.S   of
such advantage is shewn .they c.iiuioi
<'.\]if'.ct us to exhibit much' ciitiiiisi.isin
���for 'llie .scheme.   , '
senlalion conti-iluil'-il in the lisial year
'Oti over oiu;-ciu.i i ti-i- the enl ire re von lie
I'i',is a pleasanl. tiling tu  hear   '..hat
you   have   long    woi ked,'for   acicnovv -. | of l he |)i'o\ in- e for the year.
-1 lodged lo  be    light.      It,    is    a    pioml j "f   "     I    '        , ",
....        "   , ,       ,. , , Anov Strikes It Rich.
moment after a stubborn fight to   bear j
beino- caiio-lu
I
yourself  proclaimed   a    victor.     ft    is i .   -\ letter has been 11 reived from ,\ inly :
'fall of pleasure In the opposition   press    11 nnke;. d,,led Dec. 17, lN.Iii, ;,t I IuuUim
to   hear   the   government   admit   Lli.il,
lii'-iyins- a Sp^oialty
At Lowosi Prices.
Ci-eek,    l-li.stricl   "S'ukon,   X. \V.
to   htsir   the   goveinmen.    admit    tn.it , �� ; y j- ^f^^ fu A 7J  Umm
the land'boiiusing oi'.railw.u s ,s vviong ! , f(,\v,',...,:    .. , iMV, Vu,1K.L ,���,,   .,|(1S. , U J^lilUj. UiJil Ai<   11 Ol Uiii
and tliai Illinois need -not pay   the,   ol- I oeets-md t !ie\ are e\-i i a   --e id.    There I
, '  ' - . .-.-'"-���[ -n- a s.; ft ���r  >--. ,-s 7-s j*i .   ��   ��
noxious S.j    tux.      if   appeal .dices   aio    .ire   nov.   two   dis|:icts - 1..111,11.-/.i   ;n..l , i:uii!^.iJ:J vJi'e.?.  jO-Kj-
nor,   decepti\e   the    gov erumeut.     v.-ili ] Msinki'i'.    1 !m li .11 e lug , i-i-,-^ .ib.nn 2o ,
i.i. ,1 r    .1 :,-      ��� '" nlih1.1-    ionir.       They    iMiii.iV    li.io     the '  ,    	
,-ilsli adopt another ol    the., oppositions ,..,.,-,
, ...',. .   . Klondi,\e.    win   11    em-li-s     i:;!n      l'e-
)l hunts and retrain   irom    giving   away ',. ;,    .,        ..   , ,., '        ,     ,'       . j),,. ,   , ,r .,,_ ,���,.. 1,;,.... ,���,,;.,,,.
l , n -��� ., v iitiiiii ,il  1 1,1 v. -on 1 n y. w 1'ii-n is ;.,i,ii 1   1 Dl.s.L Di   e\ v . \ clii!  ._>   '^Olpo.
���gi.-ilis public franchises   to    mere., spec   ',"���) miles ,ibov.- |n.:.!;i.-   p..-i.    Tln-ie   is '
, nliitors.
' a good ib'al of c\i ilemc.t,   a.ei    1    (ill.
..-lyjl   is (he lagL't's:   i.l'.is;., ct ' ( b.ll     il.ls
Wholesale   ' and   Retail
BTJTOHEES.
1
Purveyors of H is>'h,-cla.ss Meats.
K.W3L8T0XE, B.C.'  ,:
'     1
All onlri-s in cur Iliu1 will lit'  pi-uiu'])! ly
alltMulfd (,o.
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THE   REVELSTOKE ��� PHARMACY.0
f~\VR I-ALL STOCK-con-
,|^J sisting of Patent' Medicines. Drugs, Druggist's
'Sundries1 and Toilet Articles
has just been received and may
be had- at the .lowest prices.'
Full line of Stationery and
Cigars-a! ways on hand.   <   "    ,.
Largest/Hotel io Town,      .;     '    -. ^ ���
Centrally Loeated, Best Aeepraodation, '- .
-.   .   Fi^e Bus,  Bates $1 per day/
I)ROWN, & CLARK, Proprietors.,   '
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars,   Draught Heer always on tap.
! FflW' NOT'QPRIMPQ   'Upper'Arrow Lake, B.C. -
LLUH  f.U'S   Qi   tth\UC\     . Under same Management
1 !__:  - '���     2-.-il-i'.'
a��ir..vT"
ALL ..FIRST ''GLASS-
���ssprttya
���:o: --:()���-
9     PORTER AND STOUT
���   FINE   ALES.   '
O.K.. LAGER BEER
Drauaiit  and   Bottled.
"��3r
REYELSTOSE    t BSSWSEY- ,
IP.
THE-  ScVELSP^Ii   Fi'iAHttUGY.
R' MeCapty
w hobsala and Retail' \
. . BUrOiiER. . ���
��� '    Milling Engineer and Metallurgist
7--F.EVELSTOKE AND..GOLDEN' B.C.-- ���
Assays on M& m^mi   . ���
'" ��� AnalyslB of Jill Mjtrils;-mada.-at -lowest -rates.;
Pioiispt   and . ^oiiecfc   liesulta   (liiaraiiu-od.   - li'oporl.s made; on properties,    -
etc.     G i \ c nie a cali. ' '       '    r    '      " '
^3r.^___.._^r=x. rsr^vi
a^
ir^T
M-ALICR IN
Milk Gows; Saddle, Pack,
Driving and Draught
Morses.
" Mr. Ki-lliis's fiist spiMvb ihN Mission "beiMi lound  in, !!�����   V'lk-. i   ...a-ity.   RUSSELL   &   HEROD,   Prop's. - Drji/nlnffiVa ,Q!o^*Tr     D fi
is full of   independence   and    we   hope    '-'--,-,-; ���...._..,�����.. vs ,f    .���>-���*    - -       -      xl*J i UibLUVj   OlttUUlI,    Jb.U.
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th'-rn  ! am well.     If  .i:-y   slum;,!   -"Mi-e    \>y'Ol.Sili.     i^Jk
.,,.,, ,        ., . iiieiii sli-iuli,! iiioni'c-  .'(.,   in
he will hold out ior all ho considers   l<
he.iiidil.     He   says    Ivooti'ii.iy   should ��� iK,,,,,   i,..   i.i.en,    r-Mi-h    i.b ntv   of   --ii.
have two mote nioinbcrs.     Yes; llisee. , visions, j'm-  theie  is   ii.mjlj-  ;ni-.; Inner     r~" ��i \\f     %"'$*%
^Ir. Kellie.    The (piesli-.n   i^   will   !,��_! hi re i-ow.' _ ' ~ ~~ ~*  'X     ".    ^""
," ,i ii ''     Ai. .\'.is'; I   le'ier   in   S-', Hi-   :>,.(.���! s"        "'      '
try to lie I  theiri.     J Le   -..n s   a   \.>umu , , , .        . ���   ���
. . -.    .   ���        .  ��� ',.*,, mi v.-. 1 nat .-s'si   has   'ii'CiKi.-in.'!,   ri'M.'i   a
��okl cu.nni.sMoi.or is u anted   in   C.pr. . ^   :11r1   lhM   j,.lllk....   t ��������� k   ,.,,,.,
Kiczstubbs pliice.     Tni<>.!     ^ ill lie in- | .u.,.inNe ,-,f ��� hm i-et m ;is-.    O.i   {���:�����' :,.,io
���'si.st on getlini; biin.     rio  with   ,-dl   the, ('reek. JrU" and S0S..7J has  1 e.-.i   ,-��� ;t-.'n
' hii't \-   ii.u s  -i]
stpeiaiolm Mouse, mil
-      .J. .VJ^ni(:irr,S'l'C)'i\Ti':,'pi7)riin-:Toii.
The -Dining Booai Is iRPiiiskil with 'the best the
Market a.iorils.      . ���, - .
T'Bv-[
HE BAR. IS SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICEST
' WINES, L1GU0B.S. AND CIGARS.      ,
^f
<���
li;iloops,, i d
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. (i i". ��� <j! A .hi-rofL) rep
ini _;   [ )���.    i   .in.,!!.,   hi
ASSAYS.
. A. MacFarlane, F.C.S.,
Asssyep and -Mining Engineer,
:'i.-i'k   and Lon- i ^- 1 iiastintis st.
THF'PFAjTRAI '  HflTFS '���
AP.ItAimiriON  m'.OK.,   PuoriMiyroiis.'    , '      ',
First-class Table   <   Good Beds - ��� \Fire:proof Safe
Telephone   +   .'Bus Meets all Trains.
rest, many tilings are wioiil- and   tliev ,' m ' '*<"  l-'n--   a'-d  rbn-iy  pais  ������  ,.,... '.r���   >.V^:cri\.
are known to be   wron_< : the  point   is J s-baft-aseiat..' :^ '" the |ian. ,    . p., ,-, j-,,.-. , ... . ���..,,_
.   .      ", ....  .    ." ? . I r������������ '     . _-..<. iii.. ,'..-)'.. ... ;  .1'  _���,;   ;  _i5.iuij.iO
VAXCOLWLR, 'B.C.
. ti�� '-Ju'it them. 'Willi in-: remarks on
the rojiuliitioii of, niiiiiii'^ ciiii^-inii-s
we fully   .'lifiec.     'J'iieie   i-,    no   yeasun
Another Go:-!  Pi.j'luci.-;.
7JO i'7-"i'
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I lie ITI .'.lle-l    -dVi'l     |-l ' 1,11.1.  ill,"     sl..t        I'i
win a ininiiiLr (.'oti>[iaiiv am  nioie ili.m j I be I'm.in. lu- I n   i ��� i,is.,,i mi-il   ii.i , j,e    ;,,   ,    ,  ,    , M     ,.   ,-,
ai,;orherconc,M-,isll���;;:,li;csiibj.iit   ,��� , ^fff -''!- Y'f XX-' \XXa    uf.;fr',.    ,;....\,
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\  ^                                    ���                         '          .         ,   vv is sell Ieil o\    )m .In   -1 ��    io   s..,i.    !,   j, |< '         I   'i i , '       - i    <      ',. 1;   ', .in    i'l,.  i r
laws    lie-lit    and     u'ive    s|i,iiciio!(|.Ms a     i'i iid      'l hei.- v..i-  no I lunijilil    ol   s,;^,.:           '. '"'   e-'''--
All .-iY,-iys and analytical work done in
duplicate   with
Scrupulous liorsanil ca,ra and tlis'>n,*ch.
^-.il-lini
little lllnie povv-.-r  ,i:id    lhe    thin:*   viill
i i-'bt itself.
Ill I be iinlnls of lie- liii.lv. ne-ii wiei
I'l ml' lie ,11.- mil
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"V.r  :.'i':��'i    C   H.  HEAPS &. CO.,
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VANCOL'VKIl,   II.C.
��� ' - '   " ' "r IVi.s.,(,(iiih  Drills, ,
7.1.'    Mill   r.tii'iliincry     111 1    S'.iyi..        Kn^ini-i. |
I'l.iir-.  U'.nor   .VIk-i-k, (-i<-. i-.il-.im
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,.,,   s.ii.d- (e.i-eri  to Vield as l-eely   and'      '"'        '���'        A        ,''     ' !    -. ,!.
ii. s.M,iiiii.�� i'",'ib'--.a-,,' 01 s,,,,,,u ,1   ,,',', '',',   '",,"-"     ';'.    ""    X"'ff-   ni-r.HAriORV GOLD * SILVKR ORES
l.l!.]li__  lav.es out   of it     while    rl,(;    lille,   vv as loi.l.d ! I..'I   -llli-l    ,1 -    ur,'|   ,,s   |^,,!J     ili,c I.        i       .   . , ���   -    .11    '.-.' Tr,.,,..,, .,���,, ��. _. .*, , ���,
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��.is   .p.lesuonabie.    a���d    il,,,,,^,   (.������'., (.     ,        , :.,wl  ll..i-   i���.iu.,- l '" \- i  'fi \  ^.       , By Tne  MacArthur-Forrcst
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���) list ice  I ),ii je vv.-.-.    1.aid    .s.eJIJ    Ior    bis     1111  --II-, i'l   In ( a nie l.is|ni i,,i l.|.   ,1    ,l!oi   a  I      Ci-    '.���i    r   '        -I-.t.oi.n'    ��� ������'   . r,     -n      ..      .
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tlipe.lsl   lo srltli* tbe Dial lei   It     Is    li'il        ,..;,.        /-,.i,i          ,- 1! "      , ��� ���"��� ".'.mi .linn .uul ( laniiliitinii )
! '" .'   !'.ll:ri'TI,AI(��
The Cassel Hold Ex.rac.iiiK Co.,!
> 'figiSF^&^^T^^Sj^ 1 'T.'.rufv-.ti.i
the toun.       ll   .cem, ���s  i." these  poH'-i-, ;  ban  lucli ,���ni.|n|  lip In   lb s   I, . i< ,    bill  ���  ) k��'535i!^AIJj-iTilli|T*.'TM'^'Rf)fi&[
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li.-nl   (-('iispnel     lo     in|(iie     Ihe     pi,    - ' ' < n*��'��"^"n?T-^ i"? ^     ..*x.v rr..
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Co.Vf'i.in l",I)    acli'ill    s'lou'd    al    oin-e    oil'l-.'.  'lie..  I.iek   !^in.I   e.    .i,.'..,ii',      '
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lie   taken to 111 oicss ii inn    I  a-    liioviii   1 , ,    ,        .   1     7'     .      11     ,.   1 1       ' '
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fial ^'iiv-ci iiii'.eiit  ibi'dniv  lb"\   ove    iuii.lbii  piaies.     ii-il  I be I hue 1 a in.   vv I.en
this  town.      Tln-V  II.-IM-  for   \".lls    been
int. UUcL.sio    n\
Ai.l.A.S.U.KuN   IJI.OS., PuoiMMirmiiH.
KveryH.inK nev/ acid First-ciass in all Respects.
Tiie House is si.ocko.sl wHJi tho Finest Wines and Cigars, in the Market
TEOTJT   Tij^JZZJdl   CITY^B.C,
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IVmiiIci  Tuiiiei- is 1 ah to hclo lo   sr.i
1 siiiio.     f_(1I1 i   vi.is   not    foin'iln ii    a ,1! 1   ^^
e-    liver    haul;    Im.. J   -v he     I l)'- di cline    in    sjp . 1    lemii    l|,i      r^^
j   IIIIIH'i's   ,   (  I e  1 0.11 pel led   In   I 10 II     I n    tlie,     /       , ,
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ell  i^liia 1 il  li
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1 ' E.  J.   KI-.RR,   Proprietor.
I Plpst-ebss Table.    -   -   Comfortable Rooms.
r
oico Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
I le1     le  I '���    l!..(l,    ll   I
lin;_'lll   ', .1 Id  I    1    (I --.ii'd    ie-   ills.     (mid I
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Not   e.'illeiit   '.Villi   lea V lli,^ I lie     till-    i.i -.vas    foil   1]     1,1     liilheilo      1 in-11- pei I i-i 1      Wj.jip-rY-qFVPNT'r-.  YEAR.     +    J*    *.
1 , . , '        1. . ,      I loci III le-:     ('1 i.,.,|i       ( '1 ei-k      l.e,   ,  .ie    ,1 I   J ��� -     ~     " -   "
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' "   -1 ''1 .ii-oiliii 1 i,    (obu,i(l(,    lel.i.n  ,1    10   in.     c-f    -r   WORL D-WIDE CIF-tCUL.A T ION.;
llienl    l.ic     ii'i'V   i\pie-s    llll'l lilili' Ii   s-, 1  fil'sl   1 i\e ,i-.Mi  1 an I    I K-.;.i 11    lo    (lev- Ini       < . ,,��,,.      ^   j
:,   .        ',   , ?.,.       her sri.id i.-oin..-.  'ihe i.-n ins ��,,;   j Twenty iJag:es; Weekly; JUustra ted.
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'T'���,'  " '   "' :,'���;;;,,,'      CLOSE TO DEPOT AND BOATS.
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Imdispfiiiaplf to Mnvi'Nf. Mrri.
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f riAr.rir cnriri ?n?r.
\      MINING AUD SCIENTIFIC PRESS,
>220 M/.pkct 3-c.    -jf-u fPANCisr.o, C^L
Ins-nnnSi.il Mining Broker.!   COHlllierCial   Prifltlll
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lwlptMS^��frw*rtww7iV?."*rf5 Vv��hwf��e,iK*w<isri V-'-if-'HWiirMi THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  His First this Session.  Mr. Kellie*. member for Northwest  Kootenay, nia-ic a' characteristic.  .spec*ch, usiue; point...1 and picturesque  western expressions to adorn his di-i-  conr.se He sia,;,.,i out with the claim  tliat'Kootenay was entitled lo "more  representation in thi., house. Two  more representatives  would   he '.Cool- j i'i in her.'   T  enny'sihicancl if any of  (he   meuiiiers  were afraid of the expen-e let .some  of  those   who   lepreseiit    .small    constHri-  1'iicies- resign aiid'give ICootcnav   their  places.    AncLlierof Mi. Keliie's   wants  was a young,  i.e.. gold, commissioner,  and he hoped   that    (he*   pi ({.sent "gold  commissioner would be pensioned  and  replaced by young blood.    Ife  desiied  to see municipal government in   Koo't-  enay and haye the towns incorporated,  so that they   might,   build   then-   ov. ri  schools and c.-iiry out  pi opei-  s.-tniiarv  ineasiues. He hoped s<.���������1(. change  might be made in tin', mineral act. s>(  that roclc in place should mean;1 any,  deposit of mil,era! that ci.i'ldiTeTiT'THli."  -'He did noi believe" in the appointment  of a mining'engineer by lhe government as suggested by Mr. ('jiaiiaiii to  examine  mines  beloie   bicnrporai ion,  for mining engineers weie  frauds  and ! long I nucha.,  met  wiih  such   general  he did not see   why   (),,.   govei nuient    ai>piov.-d as llie  recent ,011c  'uphiilding  lofmiiieisy-    There vvas no grarif,   3ft.    lightly to be dealt   with.    But  redoes  .1,   to   Intcfere  with   free   miners I immense public   com.^ions >,,,���������,   the  s   .,c-,,,igf������,:. uniierals.    ������Bai������  vent ! people of  this  c-onntrv  and   then    to  n   Mr-   Kelbe,    -.Mr.     cWhi,,    goes j ������wk fo d      .Iv,   ,,,       "  t irc.ugh tny land lik������ a despot,   taking ! children of th  th ;-   -   '  ' '  them disgorge." One man had told  -Mr. Kid he tliat be had to pay Corbin  $7.jUfor the privilidge of holding his   -'* gocerniuent,   .Mr.   Kellie  PAGE  IMPERIAL  ���������y  and   then    to I  ?ivers   and   the  \j .a.  ���������Eamloops, B.C.  r  , '���������������-.���������. u.-.s,K������,   uiKing . cniklren o   t i'*<nvers   ,,f   the   ib'hr  fo    c- .. ���������        ^"' ~   ~  -ners by the throat'and   making ( l.ibc, }ll lljc,c own. coiici^s 'J^n    ^^Sr^Zl^^lf ^  T"LJC  KOOTENAY. LUMBER CO!  held should giant no company  outside i  of a (own or a municipality  control   of'  water rights.    The government had no  I i;'ii.ht     to     jjivc     auy     p.-rson      such  I privileges,   ;m:i   ]���������.   h0p,.d   t.jj.-it , .-.ny  I man coming to the   house, and   asking  foi- such   things would be "kicked uf  of lhe back door-."     " The rights given'  toil free niiiier are sacred," .Ml.   Kellie  '���������vent on, warming lo lussnbjeci, -'and  ���������I hope that .Mr. '(.'orbiii   when   he   tries i  to liample (mi  ihe   \roi'  miner's   rights  will betaken   in   charge   fo'r  high'w'ay  Jobbery."     (f.au.i-hter.)-4l'7c-/(i/v'ir   Col-  unittl.  gain    and   Jiopeless  spirit,   of   sordid  selH.shiiess that js ,,.(lI]y repclhua u,  cc;iite,uip!;lu-,iii an era of supposed en-  Iighteninent.���������Province.  All orders promptly filled.  P>. VVkjikkkuv. .   .    Proprietor  Cheap Labor.  , Coal Barons an'd Chinese.  Probably no   decision   given,by   (he  courts of jji-iiis], ('ohmihj.i  f,���������.  .,   V1.,.'v  should ha\ e any 11101 e supervision ovei  mining companies than over,any other  business in the country. They��������� had  heard a good deal 'about a railway  policy, ll wa.ssid 1 .very well .to have  an aggressive railway,  and ,ih.".   ine.n-  ihe    const itirtioii.-dity    of    (he     (Jnal  .Mines'   liegulaliou   Aiiiendineni.    Act,  LSUO,     proiiibiiing   'the     employment  under/ground   oM'cmalcs; 'boys   under  twelve,-md Chinamen.    With the* bare  legal   fjuestioii    the   people   w^ro   not  colicei-.-.ed    it    is   the   practical   result I ff -f'"\  thai appeals io'lh-iii.     Disguise   H < "n^'^"������������l  you may under the form of a reference  by the government   to   the   com ts   of  n theii mines- in oidei to diaw a  bigger profit out of the pockets of the  people from Ihe coal which Lin.1 people*  gave them ? Th.-it was the piopo-iliou  in ,t nutshell,      ,"   " '  One would 'think thai, having ,v.  cei v ed hiich vast concessions from the  people of ]jrilb,h Columbia Lhe Duiis-  niuii-s would see dial   it   was  at   least!  her   for   ia'llooeL,    who   .seconded   I hi  " address, sounded the keynote when he,  asked for a   business   lail way ��������� polii y.  'Retain th" trade foi the coast was their  ���������    cry and the government was  a.skec   to  dig up the dough and | saddle   the   expenses on "the province  as   'a    whole:  They" could   mil.   build   ,-c   railway   on  wind, iind it would  be   lo   the   inteiest  of the cuunliy   if   the   Dominion   j-ov-  ' erni'iieut were asked (ogive  assistance,  .   instead of t he pro'vince.  The Dominion took a million   dollars  r.out of British   Columbia   without  any  return,   "and   - while     Kootenay    contributed between $:i">l),U0:) and   k-Mo,VM  to the Dominion t re.isiiry, only $21.!00,  was contributed hy'-Lii.-   Dominion   ior-? lo employ   tip  public   works,   in   Kootenay   hist   year.  Anyhow  .Mi-.   Kellie   believed   that   if  capitalists   saw  anything   in   huihliny  railroads fioin   l'..e  coast   they   would  jump in aud liuild it.    He was,opposed  to land grants lo   railways.    Speaking  ot  joint   slock   compaiiies.   .Mr. Kellie  suggested tba! rvv;.e,1   a    mining   oun-  pany'wati formed a ce'ri.u'.i   u.iin.ui;:   of  th;1 stock .should in- set   a,;dt������   i\,f    tlij.  development   of   the   claim. - aad   the  stock so set asiih-.s'ij.nii.i  |)t.  c-la-sei!   as,  wot-king'capitai ,-iiii'i uoi be allo-.v-ed   to I  be   used   for/any   other  purpose, than j s ���������,wed   .bat   und-1.-   Lb.1   uucont,-oiled'  develo,.���������g    or    working, the   claim. ��������� , ,],. of  I he    Dun-mul,**' a   portion   of  ��������� I have seen a reference , , l,u* speech | Lhis island   was   limning   fy���������   AxIli!���������-t  from the.thiol..-  about  lue   Queen   of f tile woist  fealui-es   of   a    provin,-.   of  ^Laboi isebeape.stiii India, where I Ik*  wagy-s of the lalioring  classes aveiag.*  something like H ceiits ,1 day.    A fah-  ly skilled joiii'iiey'inai! c.-in   earn   about  y!5n month and a good mechanic about  $1. or twice Llie pay of a n.it ivi; soldier.  Douie.slic   seivaii'i.s   m,-,y'   i���������.   j,.,^    S()  cheaply    both    as   regards 'food   and  wages that a family which in America  or Kiighuiil   could    only    keep   one   m-  twoseiyanis, could ,in,  India   keep   a  whole   retinue. ,   In    many   parts    ,,f  ���������South AinericM Indian  labor i������  to  lie-  had for about  I cents a  day: hull after  ������������������ill the lowest level would appeal t<> |)(.  readied   it,   China. ' Thei e   ���������,,���������(.    large  ib'slric-ls i���������   China   where   labor   is   "���������  eheaji I I1.1t it run   hardly   be   reckoned  on a  money  .sianil.-ud.   'Tho.is.-uids  ,,!'  (-'Ilinese laliorei-.' bye on   ;i   1 i'i He   n,,,,.,,  than a Iiiiiidful of rice or &o a day,   and  yet even then  (here  are   thousands  ,.r  unemployed      "practically       i.tarving.  Ifence'1 tile wage   value  of   (he  lahort'i-  who just manages to live is practically  I infmitesiuial. ��������� Of. labor  that   may   |,'(.  'Is' fa illy called   skilled    t he ' Japanese   ,s  probably th'/cbe.'ip'est, for .-^worker   in  ' irqueroi- inlaying  am!   nidsiae   wo'rk  I'.mi.v, ei-csj.  ���������S^^tv i'.  -0-*' "^ -''OS. MON.N-I.MJ.sct.  J'Malilislic-rl       S3 **z vm -���������������*] -J *, ������������  A  t;.'iior.iI'on< iii.n-kcl.   MJ-H"?*^.       *a  -Moik-rii nulNaii 1 iiiiiHiii,- * * %",S" **i*5  c-i-j ahlouver. Id.iln, Sprimp, and Waul, Iliiwk.  Or^ so.a 0:1 cocipoti;ivo blCs. Wi ire l,���������- 0nr  ltftitiiicc biKiIv .lilili-es,Stare Ore Sn.molins  Co., Bsa-ar,-Coi   (lol'l I'nlliuii 1.0II-.III."  1? r~.  LARDEAU,  Manufacturers of  Shingles, -Rough' and   Pine, Cedar and'Fir number.  T\  >������"cjfc>sed  "R-������*2������,r~*i  Well  GRADED STOCK:  sensoncd    -     - ' '-    Clear Geclar,  BbSTANDCHEAPESTROUTE  'ro an'ii m:om  All Bastorn 'Points.'.  ^ Tla-diiicli n,.t( r!���������..,.<]L, |ii!iK(',i.-.,-a���������(lT<i,n-iM  hluojiuii,' Civ:--, Ui yti, I'.ml. :vliiiitil..i],������������������i Toronto  v.illioul i li,im,'o. '       ' '  REVELSTOKE TiME TABLE.  .Hlantio l'.'xjiic.iiii'i'i-.Cs    !).!,> (Kiiiy.  i'a.-ilit- ������������������"   '    "        K-.0-,   ..  c        -Aiiitow Jjaki. iii-wen Tnvi.vs  Arrive- l.j:yii,  Tiiescl.c,-,'flmrsilii1?.,. Siiliinl.iys  Loavo   l(;.-:-(i,   Hiiiul.i.v.-i,   Tii(-������i.i.v.--,  Tinir-duym  Wide,  Clear Ctchiv .md   Vine for  Mar and, Counter Tops,  hxtra- lon.ijr dimensions a speciakj-.  ARROWHEAD, 3.C.  P.O.  >jmfl  j 1 uiu  this piovince, fbWp.estion was,  would I   !   .V   "  "   " f^ X\     "^   W"vk  IheDuiismuirsbeallovvcdito'ilcfy   the' ,      p!<.''V,Sl<,M ''",   '"'"'l-dge   that  willofthepw-ple^indcmploy   Chinese   f" '"'"'"'."I  "J"-   h'"l������l  down  in thei.    mines-   in   ������,,!,.,    ...   ,;,,      ^''generations in   retmn   for a  wa-e  that an American laborer would refuse  with contemptuous disgust.  ��������� lack Sands is always,prepined to do  teaming ane' liauliiijj''of ,-dl kinds at  .shortest not ice?' See him about your  winter wood. *  mnrs would see H1.1t   it   was  at   least   -p, vVrirn    xfAlu,7?  >fffo_ say.noihingof right moi ally, | W^^^ ^-  S/'^nuv.  labor oj'  ihose" jieoplu    ris  who   made   them    rich  'and    who   e.\-  enipted     them    from   takes   on   coal.  One would lui-ther have  thought  that  from moiive.i of 'policy  also   ii 'would  ' M 1-  'ike .such  uol have lieen v. i,e to  iiarrow"sl.-iiul in the face of the'1 niore  liberal (i"i* lal,e:i liyolrrrr pi op'i ieior.s,  sileli .-is the Now V.-inco'uver ' Goal  Company, which acts toward., ihe  I1".de ia a ve-iy dill",.rent \v'ay. The  letteis of oui" special correspondent.'  "IMiniuM!."'published .some lime a^o  regartiiig     th"     Ciiinese  , ar      Cn on  AO'LTVB  , ,  , ity.    No  -. ..., .... ar Sfl-M) io $2,300 a year.    K������.  close stamp for(full pai-l icnla'i-s, or ->r>c  for   W   sanii'ile.-Big   UnvUU   .Mineral  Water Co., Big Ifapid.,, .Mich. -  ,  7'r.n'iis on  Arrow Luke  !ir:iii(.!i  oonticct  Ari-ovvlicKl vv ith ,('. & IC. (Ji/s S-|-|-.-.M|.;i- X aiccs,-'  inaki'iij.: '  CLOSE    CONNECTIONS  ; To and 'From!   Rossland, Trail Creek,'Nelson,  "Kaslo, Ainswonh. Pilot I3a>;,  Nakusp,   New   Denver,  Three For.ks, S'andon-  ri ���������and--   .  ALL POIHTS IN SOUTH KOOTENAY  * 1 ������������������-������������������'   For full information as to rates,1 etc  apply to  I.  "i\   lh-cwslrr,  o  Aeeiit. lievelsloke.  GKO. lich. IS'IOWX. '  Di-.li ie:(, lJ.issL-:i^e-:-Asenl', V-uiaoiivc!'. Jt C  capital, 31,500 000.       ���������     ,. " Hend Offices, Toronto, Ont.  Manuiactui-ers of Electric Mining Apparatus  "'TS^^tpSlr J,-'���������iJ������������ 'W"N  ������ V* ^^-Jon and  MOTORS 'i!'!,1,<'!',,n^^  tj'-inentor Tin o������ J>hase Types,.Suit.-ibl������  ^    ,       i'm i'.������-"niy make ,.f F.-u,, ]-,,,���������,, Mnih,, ,���������. (.,.,������������������,,���������,,,'. .   ^  oI^TLptB0^.^,',,���������,,'  !J���������' hy"���������Th��������� !>l���������*y������<���������. -ecessf���������l,y  r'    .���������   e     -^"-C. JIRANCH.OFFfCKS���������     "'       '  Granville Street-VANCOUVER       .. ' ���������      "      , Kootenay District-NELSON  -WRITE    TTS         ������ '   ^i-ein,  Establish Yoairself .'in ,  Private Eli! Notice.  England,'/ went on .M, / Kellie. "but  nothing about tile Kiii.t1 of lvootenay."  " Who is he:-" asked several members, while (lie house laiii-hed.  " He's King Oorbin, of lb.* Xt-Kon it  Fort Sheppard railway.'' Vejilied Mr.  Jvellie    amid     tern-wed     ainnseinenl.  "Giiiiia and tin- face of a white miner at  Union would not, improbably become"  it, novell v.   ' - '   , '*  'As   anyone   who   has   followed   the  utterances   of   this    -join'mil     on     the  TV, Ol IC !-. is lioi-coy jrivuii tliaiapplicition wpl  IS lit1 niatlu In (liu Rirluimeiit o!'. C.ui.kIh nl  it, nuxr  scs,.().|,  tor .in A,-(,  tn  iiiuoi-imr.it'e a  Clllllimny iDCUll-Ll-Ilct, lllllip, UIlL-l-.l'iL-.-llIli in.,;,,.  Inn .iisl.iinlarrt or ii.i!r(..v-j,'.iii..M r.iilvv.iv l'riini  :i po-ail at or 11c.111 l!ic lii'.id of fi.ilcini. or 'I'liiiinlj  J;:1i'.-.������" l.ll(- bliim.-Ai-i-DM- !.,ik,.., i;, n���������.  Ijj^Ll.;..i  ol U.--,t, Koolfii.iy, in  rlii-  froviiiuu ui  ili-JUs'li  (. 11I11111 nii.itii ii poinir.u i.i- a,..i- iho Korj;, (,| thv  l.iuilu.111 I reck, in L"c ,,.,.,! ilistiii.1.- vvill- pnwcr  in lanld ,1 b.-aiimi hue li-oni .1 point on tin* main  Un,!'.!   .:!'" r.nlw.iy iiLiuui 1.* mile, frnin (Jalciia  H.ij to I rout (..net. aiicl in oxic-ml U10 smt ki, -  way or I3111K] I.i.uilIi line-., .tlit-rcof op oitlicr cr  until tlio 1101 tli und .south lir.iiiclii-s of Hie 1 -c---  (Ic-iui t'rock ior a ilMrtiiou of tt-u milos on uitlic'i-  br.uicii, and also 10 bmld a hraiu-li Irom ii point,  on Jliuiiiiiin line of said r.iilw.iv :iboii| s inik1,  frnin Onluii.i Jlny fur a, ilisuiK-i1 'of 31 iiiilosiiii  1'isii llivcr;   aiul vvitli  further power 10 i.ujM  i-nnip. opoi-atc and in.iiiu.iin telcjjrajili.iinil tele'  plioiielino-s. and tn build vvliarv c, and dock, in  euiiiioctK.ii willi the said railwav;   and for .i'l  ollii-r   usual,   uc.-c-ss,i:-y  or   iiici'dc-nltil   riKlits"1  povvi-i-siiiid priviloj-'Os. h  STEAMER .'LABDBAU  ';   IiEob'.s AU:TraiB3 .s.t  f.ARKOWIiEAD-   -  Goin.^- Sirocl To  Lardeau and,0  , ''     Thomsons Landing  Fish Greek and'   .'  ���������  Trout Lake.  For furl her iiiformatii.n a, to *fi-6i{jhi, r.-ite-s,  ete., ajiply to  M2NHINICK BKOS.. iardpau City  The fast1 growing centre1 of North  j C'iinese (|iies[,i,iii geiieiidly will 'know,  . , , ThcProrinc-jb.Vs. neVei-,.,! o';ei) hardily .  tie is skinning  the   mining  lands  of   "���������,. uV-j.i.,tlv of the Ciiinese   treatiii"-  iii    of I,"'ml ������C Trm,c-IJuiWi"^  *���������'"���������>������' :(1 <��������� ������������������'������������������*'������������������   ri'dits    I'.el      liu. ' wlv.vl.v   ^..li.f' '" ��������� HasliiHi Street. Victoria, JJ.C  ������������������...Its, lad.    llie    whole   subject,   as   (im.   not j ,,.nt .Solicitor, for lhe A pplieimls.  timber without reference to rh.  ....  ���������������'       '"     .ii.iui.-i   |iuvvor lo 'lilll.l, o ~  ninpopo(-.it(-iindiii,iiiu.iiniel(-Sriiph,ii,,dtele- f..    ,       ,,.       -     ~  hone me*, and 1,1 build vvharv c, and dock, in, |lf..lT-mK1o   0^   IT nnl nnr*xT  011110ctK.il with the s.ii.1 railway;   and fur a!! Ijtiillll} Hlrt ffi   slf (IIPHSV        -  Ihi-r   usual,   uc.-c-,s,i:-y  or   iiicuU-iiuil   ritlit, ��������� uwl**������*iJlu W  JLa.'JtiLl/llu J  ovv-i-r,iind jirivileixes. ��������� nt 1 -������t "  ' '   " - -  DaLC(tiiiisi,Lii,i.i.vf;r.i.���������niar.v.A.r). lair. .VroQm MpvifmliV-fi Prt Yftf  Moi'mbURs. w-ooTTON &.iuRx.\iin, Oiiuani iiavikdliuli UUo LTD.  ; Hoard of'l'nulo UuildiiiL',      , . ' ��������� ,J ===^=  ������  ������  " Sire, if thou v/ilt but place tliy foot upon'tliis  measure, I will iu twelve hours, cover the earth.,  with leather! " -  How a Monk of the third century accoin-  ���������XMr,  '*mM\'  13  foot forming- iuiluc-nccs do\.-ii to the  ripened period of the Slater Sho:-.  Every pap^ k rich iu fcot-  lore and shrewd sup-rosi-io--'-  oii.chccdn- buyir.- c^d tahin-carc 'cf, the correct-$-  lauci of Shoes.  Sccrcli: of uheket, the r.cv/est shapes;   |  J ' and ment foot f:Ltiii<r forms,   ^  the different t.-.nr.a.Tcs, and  S  PASSENGERS FOR    -  Hall's Landing,  Hot' Springs,  . ' ,Nakusp,Three Forks  Nelson,   .     and .Slocan Points;  Kootenay Lake Points,  Trail   Creek,   Rossland,  Northport and Spokane  --SMOUIJ) TAKE  Till-:--  STEAMER"' NAEUSP  bciy.-s  Arrow lii-ad  for  Xiikn,,,   nnd   Hob,,,,,.  .    .Alondii},-, \\ ^ilii",l:i.vsiuul I'.Viil.i.vs.u 7 nan.  Ijiaye,  IJ'.'lwni  lor Xnkusp,  Arrov-'licuil   iinil'  ' Ciinadi.in r.ieilli- Itnilu.iy lioini,  (east mi.l  wosi) on   Im, l.ijs.  Tlinrsil.ijs ,uK]  s.uur-  il.iys al ,S:l'i p.m.  C'oiiiieclnn i, iiiiidciil,   l.'ohson   with  ('. & K   j  K '"'���������-V''-"5 ���������l,1,! 'll! nf-i'iils 0:1 Kniitcnav   Ial;  aiul   with   ,le.iine:'   "|.y|(u���������-  |(n- 'Ti-.u'l    ami  N'.u'liiporl,.  ������JY- LOTS AT ONCE  If you intend to' purchase, as' your  field of choice diminishes daily.  For Lots Apply to  sten nils.r on  ���������Tor local lime cunl of tlio '-'ompaiiv--  or, .in Iv-ooli-nay Lake apply u, iiK;'p  liiiiud.- , '  For full infoi'm.-iiion rw (o lie-ki-t,. rates, ck-  ������������������'Piii.vtoJ.AU.il!,   iSocrolnrj'i .Vi'l.-oli.   III'.  Sole Ag-ent.  latest coioriujs, of leather,   &  arc revealed  and described  a  Ji.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.   '  ROYAL MAIL LINES.  CHEAPJSST rou'.eto tha OIjD COUKTrw\'.  I)f)Al!.\-|ON   |JXK.  \ A.vcni'vr.i;. from Halifax :.|.VIi. (!  St'o-isvi v.v, -��������� ���������' ..  .;,,  ''������������������')������.'.l'������lt " '���������       ..'.'.Marel,"'!  i-JMCWK';   I.IX|.:.'  (I'V.iin .si. .lo'in, .s'.jj )  l..vivi: O.'.'-i'.vni')  j,-,.], ���������)  J.aick Hi-no-,-         ������������������ -|7  Ii.Mvi: Si ei Kio':      '.'.'.','   ������������������  -_i  Ciiblii 31'iuiid iipwiird,.    Inlcrmedialt1 4.'in.  Klei'iM'^eiii luv.-isi rails.  flf^i^r-" ''",";'"J  Ibrctii'li  lo nil  parts o!  (.l.-iil Hi'itiiui .md Ii-elnnd.aii.l ui Sp. niillv low  rate, lo ml p,ii-t,o.' Ha; lairoiicmi colli lie ill.  Applj tonrarcst xleiiiiisliiii[irr.iil\Mivil..;unt,|<l  I. T. BitEWSTEil. AscnLRiivolstolcc,  Cut   Tills   Out.  ,-     ,  ��������� ���������, ,������.M'UN   l',-N''I Tli.VINS.  hii,|, Hound (No. ���������>) ,-iriivc, dnili'.  \\ e,L    "       (Xo. 1)       "  ilil.'ia in  1:..-| p. m  O  yy  C<CA So  H. N.  vi) U ilk  ITER  AltKOW  I.AIvi:  IIIIANC'II 'l'lt.V.'.\s.  Arrive I (icdnys.'I'huiMti.v ...Suiiinl.iv,.:i:.'lfi p.n  l)t'p.-irlSiindii.v,, 'I'liciliijs.Tlniisdiivs   l:.-i(l p.u  1-.0.  iiiivi.i.s'ioi.i:  L'l'i,c for the vvc-,1      .'!:.'������) 11.111  '.'.        \\      '^[, ������������������ ".'   .*.:::'iti'n  ^"11'. Sun.. '1 'ne, 'I'll nr.  .:( 3li p.n,  ,.,,, t     lfo\' fclalKm..   .W1i11.n1.. Mip.m  Iliic from lac vie!        Jll-iHI ,-i !������������������  '.'.        '.'.       "���������'���������"-1;-, ������������������.��������� ������������������ '...". ���������-|':l.-'ii!ii.  ;���������������"'.1.   liic. Thin-... Sal   .;,:}.; ,,.���������  Kev. SI11111,11  .  .   Hi a.,,,.,.-,:!.-, p.,,  li'lVI.I.S'l'OK-.'sl'ATlo.v   |..((.  flo,e for the vvel    ... .        1:01) pm  " !!        '���������"���������,, ������������������,  itni.aiii  .   '      ' 'i.ii".  I in1.. Tlinr-., Sa(    !i;ii j,, ,,  ,..���������   ,,    ' ,.    "'uwjisliih. .'in.in.. 1.00 p.m  Due fi'iin lue ue,|. i|--'ii', ,,,  ;.    ;;   "-i-|1 ��������� .'i-r.'p.n,  .o'llli   W-d . |.'ri., j j. j,     <|. ,(,���������.,,  li  -.ui,lok.-     .   .'I;:,',., ���������,.. i.f, ii.in  o  B  RTIES  WILL   PROMOT1-: A COMPANY  OH    WORK   THEM.  Will  undertake  ���������1.  ,,   1       ,.      ���������   ., Lo   h;,,K,!t;   n������nds   of Klcctric. Steam or  Horse   Car  Kanxvjiys. or Municipal   l^onds,   and   Ihiiid   Water  Works.     Address full particulars  fflaDMan Invesiors and Seeorities Goiopany, Ltd.,  I 7   i\\u}     !Q    I  il'').'!(|',\;)\ ,     i\c\v  V������M  rk  Ci! TAGIL  TIIE KOOTENAY MAIL  i.        KooUinay IjOtJg-e  *  '���������������  No. 15 A.F. & A.JVT.  *    *    Tlie i-i-i-ailai-iiu-ctiiitf  ZP"       arc lie-Id in tlic-Ma,-  ^Tp^^Try^ys.^-    Visit ijiij-    brethren  *"-a-^="!  cordially vvclciaiicil.  11. !���������:. SMYTHK. Siicacinwitv.  H. N. COURS  raS Merc!  - REVELSTOKE LODGK, I. O. O. F., No. 25.  -J. A. stoxi-:, .V.G.  T. J. OI'AIIII.M. Skc.  Loyal Orange Lodge No. 1658.  Ki'Klil.-u* met-linj;* nrrj held in  the Odd l-Vllovv.-,' II.ill on Ihe  ,1-t-oii'l and fiun-lh W'ciliu-^liiy's  of i-a..'li mouth ;ii 7::>Ci p. in.  Visit inn brelliren arc cordially  invited.  T. STKKI).   .1. I. WOOJMtOW,  W.M.        '   1 tec. Secy.  EEVELSTOKE, S  H L������ liuJ  t^il  I   I  \ht  HIS SPAGE RESERVED FOR  DORN,  Loki'U.S. ���������-At   Ci-iiigellacbie,   ou   Feb.  ~ loth, the Wife of   I). Loftus   of   a  (laughter.  is . , ,-,  "We carry a complete stock of the above:  Locks, K!nbb3,.Dobrbolts, Shelf-brackets, Butts,  Hing-es, Oupboard Catches, Sash-fasteners, Latches,  Building1 Paper, Etc.  .      WINDOW GLASS, ALL SIZES.    -  Complete line of' Paints,  dry and ground; "White , Lead, Raw and Boiled  Oil, Varnishes, Etc. ,  CARPENTERS' TOOLS: .< Disston Saws; Bailey Planes, iron and wood, Etc.  A.L3L   Gi-OOIDS   -A.T   LOWEST   PRICES.  REVELSTOKE  ���������Mcure;  <3-i3isTEE,^.Xi   G-EOCEES,  .      REVELSTOKE STATION. B. C.  REVELSTOKE IRON W0RI  .LOCAL AND. PEBS9HAL BRIEFS  .Sandy MuKau cume up'from the  Springs, Wednt.sclay.  Tom .Sutlierliirul came up Wednes-  ' day from Sandon. ���������.  Rev. Field Yolland got back from  ��������� the Coast yesterday.  , Ed.'Crockett came up .from Sandon,  "Sunday, with his brotlu'ir Dave.  Was it Charlie Abrahan'ison who  turned the' bus over Thursday.  There's to be some good skating  contests on Monday it is said.      i  Tlie Imperial J Sauk's temporary  premises are rapidly going up.  Jack ICnowles got back from liis  -Jong eastern trip cm Monday.  W. H. Vickers went into Trout'  Lake, Monday.    He has a,hard trip.    ,  C. Ericson is reported  to   have   lost  liis  way   coining   down   from    French  - Creek. ' <s  A notice was round this week asking for 20 men at Genelle's sawmill at  Kualt. o  Louis Thompson, J. Atkinson and  Joe Kirkpatrick hiivcvgone into Trout  Lake.  * ������ i  11. P. Pettipiece gilt back from his  Coast canvassing trip Thursday morning. ���������'  ���������( Angus' McDonald yesterday went  t)ack for a day or two to Albert  Canyon."  , Albert Stone skated against time  last Saturday. Time lost-'and Jack  Shaw won.       -  - -'���������'    <     ��������� > ���������_   '���������''���������-  Dan McGillivray, J." O'Leary aii'd  other railway contractors went south  Monday. '  Chas. ]{. Carlyon, tlie local barrister,  left 3'esterday evening.for Victoria- on  a business visit  Jolinny Kcilsoii got back IMonrlay  from Id's mail tup to flie Hend. He  was gone exactly three, weeks.  , Mrs. Cour.sier arrd other- ladies have  .almost completed arrangements fur the  opening of a kindergarten school.  Uen Green came iu from Albert  Canyon.. Wednesday. "The C:"P. I{.  want Iris hind as a timber limit.  - Gus Lund got down from the Uend,  Monday, looking well. - Theie's no  "bacon and beans in the Lund canip.  J. W. Raskins, manager oi the  Orphan J Soy, arrived homo from his  long trip to Frisco and other places on  F rid iiy.  Mr. Kellie should ask the Hon.  Atty.-General for a list of those 57 lot.  owners with the numbeis of their lots  and blocks.  Miss Bailey, late of the Victoria  Hotel has gone on a visit to her home  in Enderby. She will come back  again. '    ���������  At a spelling bee in (treat Falls,  Montana, tlie mayor spelt pewter,  " puter." " The mayor's, name is  Webster'.  ^^^^.^JNew Stock Just Arrived  S.-river, who was arrested, for   forgery  at Kossland.  POST-OFFIQE   STORE,  ARROW HEAD,  B. C,  TATION,   B. O.  McLennan,.'.Mcfeely & Co. Ltd.  WHOLESALE   Iron, Steel, Miners', .Mill and Blacksmith Supplies.���������.  Grand Prairie Potatoes!  Have you tried them !  Best in the,market.  Hardware   -  122 CORDOVA STREET,  Stoves  Enamel Ware. ,  :   -   VANCOUVER, B. G.  &.������) i  Bla-cksmithing" arid Jobbing  Plumbing and Pipe-Fitting (     ,    ,  Tinsmithing and Sheet Iron work  Machinery, Repaired.  t ' - ' i ^ li r     ,  MINING WORK OF  ALL KINDS   &   S?ffjALTYV^^/^p>^  Robt. Gordon, Proprietor,     -      - ,, Revelsloke Station.'  A  iro  J&  Dealers in-  Furniture, Doors, Sashes, ..Blinds  a  nd  S'  ffins.  TEN-  Wholesa!  SPIRITS AND  CO,  ijoaieFS'in^^i  %*j  r*  \j'i  At  c  IT  3.'  HT1  OZKZIEJ, -ZB.  O.  J. ��������� W.  C A M f IO N,' /Ve, ��������� re far)/- T) mx it) -er.  .J. -E. W.  iMACFARLA.N'E, Jfai-aif:  'W"OEES GO. LTD.  HNG* MACHIHESY  SAWMILL MAGHIHEBY  MAiiiHE EH0SHE8  Agents for Havmond Sewing .Machine, -Manufactureis Life Tnsuranee Society,.  Union   Fire   liisuraiiee   Co.,   Piov'rti-eial  Jjuildiug and Loan Asssociaiion  r- ,  ���������   Ciik'axs and Pianos.  NOTARY' PUBLIC   -   -   REVFCLSTOK E, B.C.  Mining and Real Estate Broker and. General Com  mission Assent.  FIRE,  LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.  Representative of the Koorenay Smoking- & Trading Syndicate.  AGENT FOll TROUT LAKE CTTY   EVANfcPOIiT.' KASLO ,v NAKUSP,  founders,  ' boiler-  General  i engineers;  makers and manufacturers--of all 'classes  of machinery.  7"EEPIN STOCK  a   full   supplyjof  .engineers'     and1  mill supplies,   pipe- and  fiuinp-s,   'brass     yfoods.  steam    (in.iny.sj     wood-  I  ,.split pulleys, oak tanned  leather belting-, etc. '  ttes for   boilers  fines on applica-  -    Corner of.Alexander Si. and -Westminster Ave. Vancouver, B.C," ',  P.O. Drawer 754. - - Cable address " Cove:  10  &B-4  THE LEADING  TAILOR.  1  NOTICE  ,4 I.L I'KIt.SON.SowiiKf or iniltlitul to nie ara  J\. rL-ctuo-Wl to r.iku' notiru tlmt u������ t urn  l'ouik our of Iiu.sliic.--B I ri-'iiiiIrL1 all -.ncli (luliti- lo  lie- imid on or bi-foru Muruii Nt.  \V. FI.K.MINC.  ltcvclntokc. U. (J., l-'ot). lllll, I!)'J7.  Call Early and Avoid Rush.  Notice of Auction Sale.  IST  OTICE IK JIKI'KI.Y OIVKN" tii.it. under  _. an.'I by \irtno of u uortain Ch.itlcl Jlnrt-  Kiuiu (Intel Si'iilcmlMji' '.'bill, l!i95, nnd in-idu  Tietwfcn Diinici llolnii-on, oi IliivcKfokc. II. (',.,  (innrlKaKorl.tiiirl Kreilurick lloliin-".ii, nl, pi-CM-nt  of ItuvcLlokc (iiutrlKWi:). toufciirc Hit- n.'piij--  liK-nt to the ...iid Krwlcrlck llnbiii*nti of llio  piiiii nf S-VKK-'.'"! vviLli inU-n.-Hl. at x/, tin- ������,inl  Frederick I'obiiison lnui-.ci/.'*'! nnd taken rn-,-  ncssion of tlie sawmill. lniildiiiK*. m.K-hiiii-rj,  fitting-, luinlier and ullior cli.ill'-U hulfiiiKiiiK to  the .-.'iid rianiol Uoliiiison and hciiiK upon I hi:  Wivvinill jircini.iCi Ic.i-od fioin Iho C.iiindi.iii  I'.uiitlo K.-iilvvaj- f'omp.uiy and situalo on tho  ciu--t -ide of tin; Arrow" l.'ikc llniin'li nt 11������-\������.|-  .sloko, and wil) mill tin- -..-line "('ii "nloi" h.v public  ttiiclion lo the highi;.! Iiiddur for t.nh, .11, the  mill prciiii-c., nn ,  Thursday,  tho  4th  day   of March,  1807.  at 'l.'.VI o'clock ill llie nfturnoon.  Invcalnry of machinery ,uid other rlmtlcU lo  lie wil'l cm be seen nl, Iho mill premise^ or ,il  the- oIIIl'O of llie iindcr-ixin-d, and lhe ������(iiid-  ���������iiid i-hntloN cm lie in'.pecli d h.v irili-iiduiK  jniH'Ji.i-ei'.i .il any lime helore vile.  Til'J tniirlli.'i^'ec n-i"i",-e . Il;e liniit l-i buy in  lie propertr.  Ii.ilnlal It'-vcKlokc. II. ('.. llii'. lil'i 1I.13 of  Fcl-i'ii.c-y, I.-II7.  f'HAS. I.'. ("AIM/VON,  Solie'lnr fur I'-.-i-ilcriek (Inliiii'-oii  Idt Ke.-'i-toUc, l:,l",  \ L  mininu; uumpanV, LIMITED.  Incorporated under the Laws of tiie Province of British Columbia.  /.   IV. HASKJ'NS, President,  and Manager, .   F. McCARTY,   Vice-Presidai.,  H. A. BROVVN,  Secretary-Treasurer. ' '    '.  -Plan of Oraranization-  HARDWARE   MERCHANTS  I !  VANCOUVER,  n.  C.  IOR&C  VICTORIA, VANCOUVER,  KAIViLOOP.  TO.  All  inds of Agricultui'ril ImplcniciUs  Canadi;m and   American   \V;".;f������n"..  15. (.'.,  at  prices  LO suit  il^'i: ::"M *..  Agents for Massey-Harris Bicycles  I'lovv-s, Harrows, ^t-c.'A'-.r:,,  ' To buy, develop, equip and operate  The   Orphan-Boy Mineral Claim as'situated '  about five miles from Gold Stream up   McCulloch   Creek on the West Fork, or commonly known as Barrett Creek, and   about   6$   miles north from Reveistoke, B.C., in  the .country  known  as  the   Big   Bend- of the  Columbia River; with power to do all  'things usually within the scope of mining companies.  Capital Stock seven hundred thousand (700,000) shares,   par  value of one dollar  -  ($r) each, fully paid and non-assessable.  Treasury Stock, two hundred thousand (200,000) shares; to be sold to pay for  development purposes only.  This Company will do a thorough, strictly legitimate mining business, and will  push development of the Orphan Boy with all possible dispatch.  The Orphan Boy being a I'ree Milling and Cyanide property it does away with  all. expense of shipping ore to be treated or smelted outside. The surface showings  now present, being'of such a high grade,, guarantee excellent results and steadily  increasing stock values as development progresses.  Three assays fiom surface returns were respectively $6.50, $10.00 and $140.00.  A mill test recently made shows $39.20.  '   A limited number of Treasury Shares will be disposed  of at   15 cents  per share  for first cash requirements, subject to advance without notice.  SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR STOCK WILL BE RECEIVED BY  J. W. HASXINS, or H. A,  ,.iir"'"A   '.tin"  in  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  'l>A'vo .peflii'  anil  llglll':<���������!'  Report suit  on application to Secretary Trcisurer or Manager

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