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 j*   ' ^/ -  /1  VoL 3.���������No. 10.  REVELSTOKE, WEST KOOTENAY, B.C., JUNE, 27,'1800.  $2.00 a Year.  LAURIER, MO WAT  V.. -   AND VICTORY  '  The   Dominion, electoral   battle   of  * 189G lias come and gone, and fur Hen.  ���������"Wilfrid Laurier and hi.s parly is indeed  a glorious  victory.    Quebec,   his   own  Quebec, gave him an immense majority,  and province  after   province   followed  suit.     In Ontario a minority of 25 was  ,   turned into a majority of   8, and Nova  Scotia   distinguished    itself ''with     a  Liberal    majority,    the    lirst'   in     its  history.    Tlie Territories, too, added to  the trophies of  victory by returning a'  Liberal candidate  for   ever}-   constituency. ��������� '  British Columbia, which had heretofore sent a .solid six to support flic  Government, also joined the throng by  electing four Lilierals and but two  Ministerialists. The Liberal members  elected .were, all returned by huge  majorities, shewing ',-i very decided  change in ,the minds of tlie people. ���������  Altogether, it is a national victory  of which any leader may he proud, and.  with' a   majority   of   thirty    over   all  ������ * m.' C  parties, Mr. Laurier and ,his  followers  mav be. trusted to gi\e tho   country   a  - n       '   .**>        ' "'���������  firm,'just and equitable government.  If  the   people   nationally   have   oc-  and returned Liberal after Liberal,  the defeat of the Government and the  announcement of its overthrow raised  mighty'cheers'froin the crowd.  When the local returns began to  .come in, Alara maintained a hud for a  short time hut the tide soon turned  and one return after another put him  further out of the running until  linstock's majority had "climbed to 1,77  with all the worst, places heard fiom.  At ,this announcement the crowd  yelled itself hoarse.       u  iSh.utly after eleven o'clock it was  all over, and many men who had been  hard al woik for weeks past, to elect,  the candidate of their choice, turned  homeward, glad that it was all over.  The Mail must compliment the C.  P.Pi. Telegraph Co., and its local agent,  upon the very' satisfactory sen ice  furnished on Tuesday. The only hitch  which occurred was occasioned bv the  breakage of the south who which' delayed returns from 8outhe.ru Kootenay'.  The full'' returns for Yale-C.u-iboo  have not vo;t been received'. Tliey will  be published next  week. ' ���������  ,_j  ' '  ' O ~ ,  British   Columbia's   "solid six " is a  St. Johns city and county, tluce scats  in M.iutieal, and one each in Toronto  and Halifax.' Eu'dentiy the. 'N.P. is  not so much in favor with the mechanic  as it was said to ,be.  ' D'Allon McCarthy was elected in  both Brandon 'and ''North Simcoe, hy  big majorities, but his old-time supporter, Col. O'Brien, was defeated in  Muskoka.  Hon. Peter White,   speaker   of   (he  Hou.se of Commons; Hon. Mr. Dickey,  Minister of Justice, arid   the   Bard   of AAA,  licgina- -N. ,, F.   Da\in,   are   ainnni-st  the slain  The prominent Liberals defeated aie  the Hon. Dm id .Mills, Win. Pal'm-son,  Mr.. Abbott   a{   the  V.i'.R.   that'   the  needful, registration   would   be at once  made in ucrnnlancc with notice in JJ.O.  Gazette, which will enable them to give  title*;.    This   being  so   the    Provinci;;l  will at'oiiee proceed   to make, loans unbuilding and improving existing  properly.   Mr. P. W. Lain,", having accept-  ed the. position of agent, can give every  information   and   supply   all    needful  papers those who wis-li to   take  udvan-,  tage of tiie niativ   advantages  offered.  The Provincial give a definite uior I gage  which is an iuipi oveinent upon any   of  the mutual  companies   As  there  has  been   a   few 'changes   since  the  local  i boai-d was first   formed   it  will   be re-  ni/.cd at. mice, and Mr.   Lamg 'will  he happy to sec a lew more of our |e,ul-  ing ii)i*ii wilb a   view   to  adding  their  naliics'to  an   already" respectable  list.  Call and see him.  Hon.   Jos.  'Martin,   J.  Hon. J. W. Longley.  .    Parte and  casion for jubilation over this victory, tiling ui" the past. The Liberal  the people of this district have great  occasion to join with them. After a  stubliornly contested ivAit they have  succeeded iu electing Hewitt linstock  , as   their   representative,    and    it     is  thought from the energv that geut-le-  man displayed in his canvass that thev  will have no occasion to regret it. All  portions of the country, representing  the mining, agiicultural aTid'ine: caui'ile  industries, contributed io his victory.  In doing, this t he,peopltjj have Alone  what is right and have a man of strict  honesty sitting on tin* .right'side of tin-  House.  majiui-  ties in this   piovince   proved   an   o\e-  opener for- t'he   ministerialists:     Maxwell, in   Bun aid/ 400 ; ' Morrison,   in  ���������Westminster,    300;    Mernhesp' Vancouver District. (Island), 200-   linstock,  Vale-Cariboo, over ."'00 ancl increasing.  Prior and Earle,, 16*1 and'UO respectively, and it  is admitted   by   Victui iaus,  who have since arr.'ved in   town,,  that  Prior's   cabinet   position   saved" them  both from defeat.  ���������    From Down Riyer Points.  THAU. UIMilDK. .. -    '*  Considerable attention is 1 eing paid  just now lo the (lhainpioii���������BearCreek  camp.  Properties on the Monte ('hristo Hill  are looking up well.  The Butte claim, vvbich'lies near the  Commander, lias heen purchased for  $5,000 and will be incoi porated.'     ������������������  The California claim, near the .Tosie,  has been Mild for JjioO.OOO.  ��������� Portland, Ore., people have become  inteiesteddier-e and have secured the  lied Mliiinl'ain claim.  An enormous body of ore has been  exposed on the Tiger. , J  Si-DCAN.  "' Iii his. .capacity as member, Mr.  linstock, it is expected, will do" all in  his power to woik for the best interests  of this district, and, if he is to be  judged by his own words; and he has  always proved himself a man of his  word, he expects   himself   lo   do   the  tMaine. Speaking at Kamloops on the  night of the 23rd, he said :���������  "Where all have, been so faithful to  myself and to the cause which we have  1 taken up, how can I mention names,���������  you have all dime so vvelL 'Eighteen  months ago I came   among   you   as    a  candidate,    with   comparatively   little  knowledge of   this gr as   constituency.  But I have been over it.    1 know now  what it is, I know its needs.     It shall    ���������'Ontario..,  he my effort that no interest   ailecting   Viuebee   this constituency   shall   be   neglected.   Nova Scotia   The. electors to-day have placed a great   J*"' '���������"'������-������������������������������*���������'���������  , " ' ������ P. 15. I sin ml   trust, in my hands,---not only   a   great ! ^. tl,j|()|1.,  trust, but they have conferred on me a , jj# \\\ 'IVr: iturics.  ���������great honor as well,���������and I hope when ' British Uolmnbia.  the record   of   my   services   has    been  made that vou   .shall   not   think    that  The government expected; a big  majoiily in Quebec because of their  remedial policy, but the result pioved  a surptise all 'round. ft, is a very  significant fact that the three Prench-  C.inadiiui ministers, Messrs. Angers,  Desjciidins and Tailhin, were' defe-ited.  These gentlemen waged a terrific campaign against Laurier and his friends  for their action on the remedial bill.  The result certainly shows that the  electors of Quebec approve of the.  Liberal policy of conciliation towards  Manitoba.  The following is a suinniaiy of the  icsults,of Tuesday's pulling, by pio-  vinces, and gives a fairly accurate idea  of how the parties will stand in the  next parliament:  John A. Finch has decided to ship  ore"-from the liifterpri.se group' on Ten  Mile Creek.        "'"      '  ( The owners of claim- on the south  fork <>f'It,i-lo ri\ei, having failed to  get an appropriation for a (rail, have  commenced one themselves.,,   ,  I* ive hundred dollar.- ha.s at last, been  allowed for lhe clearing out. in' the"  ti'ail between Kootenay and Mauser  Lakes. -   ,    ,i. ������  ���������A huge ledge i mining from J-iS) 10 .$11  in gold with 111 nz, of silver has been  di-eovered on Lemon Oi cok. ,  The Noble Five mini1 will ' begin  operations again.,. Jack McCuigaii' will  be the manager.  Lin. (Jon. Mr,  ���������i.->       -11 '    M  17  ���������17  Ji  'One  .   1*.'.0  constil iienev   in  :i  0  ���������2  ���������SI  0  0  0  0  J  0  0  ���������I  Pa.  2  0  0  l>  0  CiKNliK.VL.    ,  The population  of  Possiand   is  now  estimated at oVer 1,000.  The Columbia & Western It. It. is  now- com; lete'd lo the Le Koi mine and  has. already commenced hauling ore.  ito.s.-land will celebratt1 Douiiiiion  Day in great stvle, ,\va\ olt'ers ,S-i0U iu  pn/.e.s lur a drilling contest.  I). C. Cochin i.s having .surveyed the  ground covered by the Alice, (lolden  Chariot, Great We.-leiii and Paris  Belle mineral claim*, and will plat it, as  a tow.i-ile lo Itos.sl.iud.  TheLyltoi1 on Sunday last carried  V2~> people on an excur^ioii to ])eer  Park fiom 'J'rai; and llossland.  At, the Nelson Assizes last week,  iVatii'ice     O'Uoniior,     who    a-s.-aulted  Thomson's Landing' Items.   i  Messrs. Tho.*--. and Bruce Iforne arrived tiii-- morning and   will   leave  to-  ' > ' '���������        ....  morrow tor a  prospecting  trip   in  the  /front Lake country.  Messrs. T. V. Downing. G. Da ey  aud J. Jackson are in town.  The, Steamer ljlecillevvact brought in  an excursion party from Arrowhead on  the 22nd.' ,Afler lunch at t he Pros-peel.!  or-'s Motel and spending a few plea-ant  hours,' they left, for Arrowhead ,via  Lardeau.  **  There ,\va.s  considerable   excitement  lieieon elect ioii'diiy, and all   a'vailablc  horses belonging to Thoinson,   Deaton,  Craig &   Ilillm.-iu    were   out   between  Lardeau and Trout Lake.,,  J^-li Taylor has broken tlie'record for'  -quirk trips between Trout,.Lake and  Bcvelsi'-ke. He lelt Trout Lake by  stage to Thomson's, thence hy steamer  Lardeau to Ariovvhead, thence by  train to and from ReveKloke, talking  Steamer , Lardeau to Thomson's aud  thence by saddle hcrse to Tiouf Lake  making the round trip m ]."> hours.  M. Beaton c.'iine nearly losing two  hor.se- noi (li'of Triiiu, Lake. The snow  that they wen'1 travelling on commenced lo slide aud carried the hoi-.-e-,  packs and all, 1*50 ft. into the canyon  below. They >uci i e������le;' in pulling  ihem back to l.!ie trad vv,il,h i he scinca1  rope--. One, of the horses is' badly  injured."  DOMINION DAY  CELEBRATION.  .   Qn Wednesday and Thursday next, to give them ewrv opportunit v Ui see  the town of Uevelstoke   will   celebrate ih > sports,' arm ' the' freedom" of   th-j  the   2Uih   anniveisary    ,,f    the     con- town is al-o extended to them,  federation  ,of   the   piovinces   into   the The dilTerent .coiuuiit te,������,  l,UVe   puc'  Dominion of  (Jaii.-ula,   and   royally   it into   tins  au**air' great  energy,   and   if  will    be   done.    The   programme   and every! lung goes ofr without bitch   and  prizes,   as  appended   below,   arc   of a as given on   the  programme,  'will  di-  generous, and  tempting  character   and serve much credit.    L very body should  have   dinvvn   promises  nf   attendance come lo Uevelstoke from   surrounding  froui outside atldoies and   visitors.    A towns   aud   join   hi   celebrating    this  large,.iiiimher  of   visitors   is   expected, happy occasion, it  is   needless   to   say  and all ari.-uigemenls have heen    made -they will be hospitably entertained.  "                             ''.'', ������                '  !' Wednesday, July 1st, 1800.  '[10.Y.-J.]  [1   P.M.]  .EVENTS.  BASEBALL    MATCH.  (Donald v. Revelstoke.)    '  ATHLETIC    SPORTS.  1st.  ..;.... if;:* 00  , " :* (X)  ..-,.. 10 (JO   ' ti oo     (i 00   8 00  L  100-yard dash, for boy.s under JO yrs...  2.  100-yard dash, for girls under 10 yrs...  '3. J 00-yard dash, open   I.   100-yaid three-legged race (open)   5. 75-yard old,men's race (over :**).") years)..  0. .Standing long ji imp ' "   7.' Standing high jump...' ' , f,' 00  S 00  3 00  8 00  H 00  ' a 00  S 00  S 00  s ma  o 00  0 00  8 00  .5 00  '    ti.  1?:inning high jump. ".'. '   0. JOO-yard dash, for boy.s under JO years !..  10. 120-yard hurdle0racc ijlO hurdles I'fL high)   11. 1 ���������*���������(*'-yard dash for (Jhinese..'. ..' '. ;.  12. 75-yard sack race (0 hurdles 1 ft. high) '   l'l.  Putting 1(1 pound shot :   II. Vaulting wilh pole. 1 ���������.   15.  Running hop.'step and jump... .*  .'  10. 100-yard wheelbarrow  race (blindfold)   17.  120-yai'd obstacle r-ace (10 obstacles)   IS. Greasy pole ...pair pants, value  10.  Oat Race..;. ......������.   2nd.  $2 00  2 00  5 00  I 00  X 00  4 00  4 00 ���������  4 00  , i oo''  ���������i (W o  2 00  2 50  -I (X)  ���������1 00  J 00  :* oo  4 00- '  3rd.  ������1 w  1,00,  ��������� 2 00  1 CO  1 w  2 00  2,00  3 00  5,00  2 00  2 00  2 50  1 00  0  0  Oularh  unvvia thily    con- i one in Quebec to be   heard   from,  trust   you    have I ���������   that honor has  been  ferred, or that   the  placed in me has been wrongly reposed. ;  .' The last parliament   was mad-  Gentlemen,   from   the   bottom   of  my   follows:  jieart let me again thank' vou." i  These words   are   good,   ami    it    is    Ontario   ���������certain, from such a man   as   Hostock, i <1i,"',"'t'   . i    .  i ���������     i     i       oi i        -oi, I Nova Scotia.. .  fchnt Ins dfiods will lie .still better. A,       ,, . ,  New Ui'unswicl  i British Columbia..  Locally tlie contest   was   keen,   and | Maniloba  resulted    hi   disappointment   for   Mr. j N. \V. Territories.  Al lira's committee which had confident- j ''��������� i'-" I ���������l.intl   ly counted upon a much larger majority  than 14.  The uuuiU'rof "importations''  was considerable und wiJJ  account   for  the majority.  Shortly after four o'clock the crowd  began to collect".in front of the M.\u,  oflice to hear the returns. The first  one received seemed to be au ojueia, it  was: " Kingston--J>ritlou -liberal,  elected." Cheers gieelcd the .'onnuince-  ment that .Sir John's old constituency  had gone over to the. enemy. Prom  this on il seemed id he- a succession of  turnovers .���������ind many stipporlcis of the  Ministerialists (pill when it was known  that Nova Scotia had returned an opposition majority. , )  *    About seven o'clock, as the    returns  Ll!'���������  Cox.  INII  ���������''2  :;i  57  :*o  1  5  11  (1  2  11  0  0  1  0  ���������1  ('  0  11  , 1  0  1  o  0  Laiigkiree vvitii -Lii  axe,   was  declared  insane and  will   he  committed   to tlie  insane asylum,   in thecaseof Lang-ford,  who fit ed at Tuoiiia-' some time ago, he  was sentenced   lo  two  year.-.    In   the  jumping case ol' Cuinmingsaad .Morrison, who jinnp'-d die Hoine.Stake inine,  :{     j the Crown faded to prove   title  to  the  .���������mil j ground and   lhe  defendants  were  dis-  i missed.  ,     ,      In the iMs-i' of Wells vs. Petty for lhe  1 Monitor fl.iiui near Three  Pork*-,   the  judge   v, iiile  admitting  there   was  an  agreement,    would    not   undrrlakc  to  meaning of  I he   words   " in  M. Healoii went uy, to the Great  Noi (hern with a load of supplies, lie  says the body of me in the tunnel looks  splendid, and that they h.i.ve how over  250 tons of vim-y fine ore on the dump.  0. D. Hoar, superintendent of'the  Abbott mine, passed thn ugh .heie  yesterday and took (he .Marion torHcv:  eistoke.  It is reported that theie will soon be  three steamer's calling at this port.  'lOraig & I Iillinau brouglit*iu a stage  and a new freight waggon la.st week,  and have' li'ovv a complete outfit to  carry freight and passengers to all  points.  , Two .steamers, the Marion and  Lardeau, call i^vi-ry week. The .Marion  once and the Lardeau three limes at  this whai I*. , ���������  Pusiness is steadily improving1 and  we expect the.* best summer we liave  had ye!.  The election passed' off quietly, the  polling being a! Lardeau. The.successful candidate is steadily gain ing ground  and has more now than' he had on  eieil ion day.  Thomson's Landing, .Line 25, lSDo".  20. Qii.u ter-ui'ile race ' .-���������) (jo  21. liirgand spoon race (,75 yards) '    .-. 00  22. Consolation race, (J(X) yards)  for competitor's  '   wlio have not won a prize.."    .(. (KJ   ,* 3 00      2 (X)1  23. Tug of war Keg of beer, value 5 00 ���������  No e.mipeUt-qr allowed to win niore"tli.in two   first:, and   two' second  prizes. "     ���������    > ,*"���������'-"_��������� L    ' ' ^r  "  ,' c TlHirsdny,1 Joly 2i\d, 1890.  ���������  ,    EVENTS.  ���������    _ LAWN TENNIS.  ,  '       [I'lORKN'OON'.AN'D AFTIiRNOON.] '    '  Mixed   Doubles.    Gcntlciuens   Doubles.    Gentlemen's  Singles. -^-Prizes (in kind) will be announced later.  [iOApi.j       ' SHOOTING.    -     '    '      '   '  ,    ' ' rst    2nd  I(59lV^Acl-l-A'^. .(-O^Hancl) .' $12       $8  Trap Shooting- for .sweepstakes.  [i.p.m.] BICYCLE  RACES.  3rd  ^$5  i-TJlST.  L Two miles (open (o all comers) (odd "Medal  2. Tw<. lap- (open to Revelstoke Club).. .    ���������'        ���������'  .'j. Ono kip (open to ladies)      "        >>'  SKCOND.  .Silver .Medal  [2:30  P.M.].  HORSE  RAC IAS.  L Quarter-inilc das-h, ponies under 1 I hands   2. Quart ei'-mile and repeal, for horses (best, 2out of three)  .j. 'f hrce-quarler mile (lowhoy race....".....'   Six Weeks for Play.  1st.  ' 2.vo.  ...filO  S 5  ).. 20  10  ..   10  5  up as  Ih  131  i  Charlie llykert and Tom Mctfrecvy  are both down. The constituencies  that rejected candidates such as these  rendered n service to the nation. Tuesday was a cold day for  these   biodlers.  The report of Clarke W.illa'-e'.s dei'ea:  in West York has proved erroneous.  On tho contrary, his mijoiiiy. it is  said, will reach ,'1000 and his two opponent* muy ],,.s(; iheir deposiis.  That tlie government's trade polioy  did not commend itself to the  aiti/. ins  the  | define the meaning of  (he   word  ��������� on it" aud disrh/ngcd the case.    It will  ��������� be appealed.  ���������'     A   lire started   in   the" Silver  King  ! Hotel, Nelson, on Wednesday evening,  ��������� and after a Muhhoi'n light was subdued  ! by the In igade.  ��������� | 'file Hall .Mines Co, have taken ovei  j (he aerial tram and are operaling il  .' satisfactorily.   Hal) Mines stock is now  ��������� <] noted a I, $20- par value $5.  J     From    aud   after   July   1st,   W. ('.\.  ' (ioepel, of Nel-on, will net ,i, inspector  of all government agencies iu I he province.  The Ivaslo ICootenaian   i  criis.ide   against    ('old  Fit y.-;i uiibs.  School closed yeslerday, and, for six  weeks, the 1 oys and gh Is, who have  beeu'le.ai'iiing their lessons, will have a  glorious freedom and opportunities innumerable for getting into mischief.  They have behaved exceptionally, well  in the school session just ended, ami  the teacher is much pleased at the  general proficiency, punctuality and  conduct of his sciiolam.  The folioi\ ing weie. presented wilh  rolls of honor:  Por (leneial Pmficieney - - Violci  Norlhey.  Deportment - "Margaret Low is.  Jlegnl.ii ityand Puuclualitv--William  A. Bcavu.  Lilly Valentine was really first, in  proficiency and deportment, but having  passed the, entrance examination I'm  high school, (I.e. trustees thoiig'il she  should not compete with the i.lhoi  scholars.  The prizes disli ibuled, a feast of ice  cream and cake was enjoyed,   and   the  Commissioner j scholars dispersed to   their   homes   for  their well earned  !m!id,ivs.  starling a  FROM   ALL   QUARTERS.  Lord   Duflorin   Retires   Sir   Leonard  ' "   Tilley Dead.  A London dispatch says thai the  del'-al which the Imperial (invcrmueul  sustained on .Monday la-l when Mr. A',  .1. Halfoiu, the first Lord ol' llu1  Trea.-ury and c Conservative leader,  moved, vvil h lie1 House of ('o. unions  sil I ilie, in i Oljililil I ee   of   the    whole   on  I he Kduc.'ii ion Hdl, ( hat lhe chairman  h-av e the chair, meaning that th.1 meas-  m e was lo In* dropped for the present  session, is considered politically to he  only a relmfV. The trend of the comment iu the press generally i.s sin prise  at the fact that so clever a man as Air.  lialfour  should   fail   so   markedly   iu ���������'  since 1S53.    He will retire  lo his beau  tiful home in Ireland  and   enjoy a l-est  well   deserved.      His  farewell  was a masterpiece.        v  speech  |     Sir   Leonard   Tilley   died  Thursday  j mornine-, after a  hrief  illness, of |,"<>oij  ! poisoiibig.'   He  was  lirst,  returned   to  ! parli.'iment in IK'A), and in   lfC-7 becune  premier of  his  nalive  ]irovince���������Xew  Hrunswick.    He was one of the fathers  of Confederal ion and   is  s.ii,]   hy some  to have been I he a ul hor of the Nalinnal  ��������� Policy, and was finance minister when  his  friends   were  install.--i  in -78, and  remained   in   the  cabinet, till   '85.    Fie  was created a C.U.  in  *(J7,   and in*70a  K.O.M.C    He si'irtcil in life as a drug-  K'isl and the cnimu'deuce of his death at  .olilical leadership as ���������o(   to  acum.inl. | Ml" '''"!" "f   th*t dell"'M'  ������������f his iwrty ia  himself with ! he feelings of the C'oiiser-  valive and Opposition represenl���������ii ive.-  iu the House of Commons and tin  members nf the party outside of tin  House.  somewhat jK*culiar.  great  IS   sliow-ii   \)y   im.   returns    ti]om  j ni.-uiufautiii-ijig centres,     'fhe.   Liberals  from" (Ju.euee   and Ontario   j>iiur<'il   in icjirrv   -'Ottawa,,   K inu'.-itno.     lhuioit  Prepared to do Business.  ;     'fhe   Provincial   Uuihliiig   anil   L   Association ol Toronto, some l wo years  ���������^go, (ii-g.ini/.eij a local board ol diici-  ,' tors to handle Iheir business in tins  s"clion. (nit on account or t he dispute  a-to tides io l.iiul up to the present  i nothing h,,.s lieen done. .Mr', Davie*-'.  ! the inspector, .who passed -through lo  I the coast a few Weeks ago, relnraed <������ii  fi-nin  ���������">. j Monday, last, with'  ii.'i   a;;.-n.ii"iu(-e  Pev. Pat her Peytaviu will  celebrate  mass in tin-Catholic church    at,   JCb.'iO  i  a.in, to limn ovr.  Pieshyleriiin clsuich: .Service to  morrow evening al 7;'10 ; Mr. L'edde.-,.  misnioujiry.  ���������Services ,u  i\-.u d houis, morning and  evening, in the   Me' l.o.ii.,t   chinch   lo-  niorrovv.     J'ev', .1.'A.''Wood, p,;stor.  : ���������'.Oiuircli   of 'EiiL'iaiid :   '.Services   at  tne, usual   hours   iu'  building l.o i.norrow  tlie  new   church  !1 ���������-... F. Yi  ollain  Sir   Augustus    Harris,     Hip  London impi ess,u io, is dead.  True   lulls,   have   been   found against  Dr. .l.imiesno and hi.s friends.  ,.      ,   ,^  ,r    . Latest   reports   state   tlia.t Nicholas  L'ud   Duflerm,   who   was   governor-    F|()()(1 o.-u-in   is  elected   by 2  vou-s i���������  West Assiuiboiii.  general <d* Canada in t he seventies, has  resigned his post as Hriiish aniliassador  al, Paris, mid by so doing severs his j  conn eel ion with t h.-d iplom.it ie service. '  Lrrd Dufl'erin is ..dmillediy uno of '.  the alilcsf diplomatist *- iiritaiu has ever |  had: and his suavity and tact,, cn'in-  liined vvith bn-'eol eba racter, are ljuilli- !  lies for which li.* has been c/'lebra^'d.  He lias filled the mn-i imiiortau.' -vlsts ,  in (he ��������� ervire. being ambassador l/i;St. |  Pet'ei'sbiirg, Roine and Paris, and was I  also  Viceroy  of ��������� India.    He   is now 70 I  NOTICE  V-0T1CE 75 HEHEJJY GIV^N"* t|lafc30 d.-vr������  i\ nfler <tite 1 Ailiavpl..- to the Hon. Chief  ('���������mmii-iMoni'i- or LhhiU ������nu Work*, fora sacciai  licunst lutiiit tiuibci1 <"n a one tliousund acre  lilocl: of innd .si'iiutofl on east, ^irio nf tL*pt>cr  Arrow Like, ICooionny Pifitrict. Cominencine  at rv po-t at sout,h-,.-i.-t wrncr nl, lake dhorc  nlioiit 1 mile* wr*t from Xnkiisp an-1 i-mining  norlli 40c!uiCo. ciMtj!) chaiiin. north in clmain  west 11f) chains, south to Inkc'dhnrc 61i:haina.  -thence ca.it. uuikdiij laUc- siiorn tho boundary,  l-'y chains to initiiil jxwt. conl-aininc 1'i>ki acruii  nioroor Icsh.  years nf age. and 'Im-- bi'eli in! the seyice JNxkA.u. .tunc, -ill .h'/l'SM." "   ' '      "   'LLKiy-lB PACK 2.
TIM*  KOOTKXAY 31 AIL.
XTbe Ifcootenav flBatl
HUHMSIIKI) kvk::y SATURDAY
��� ��� n1���
S3SVELSTOKE, B.G.,
-uv ���
"     ATKI.WS & SMITH,
I'lUii.isuiais ani�� I'uoriiuu'O'is.
Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per    A-m-jin
��� tf-r" smien.v i\  vuvvm'i:  vS
ADVERTISING RATJS3.
CONTRACT ADVKJITISKMICNTS iiiscrlcd at
tin1 r.itu ot *?l..">a per coliinm incli *iei- ninnl h.
Kor spaces of si\ coliiiiin im-iKs or ovi'i* si
per inch per iiiniit'.i.
TltANSIKNT   AIlVUWTl.SKMKN'T.**   l"c.    per
line th'sl insertion, .-ie. per line, e.ieli  '-nlis.'-
qiient   iiisi-itinn.      Tlie   number    of    hnis
rcckuni-il l>y s|>,ic(. (������-���cii'iii'.l. t- lines (u  the
inch.
IiKAl'IXCi    N'OTICKS   10c.  tier lino  each   insertion,   unless   contracted   for  by  lhe   Itlti
lines. '
JOIt I'itlN'TINC nf every kind at must  I'c.ison-
alilo rales and shortest not ire.
ACCOUNTS  fin-  job   print in.;   or  ,advei-li-.iiiK
eavaiile en lhe lii-si of even month.
COItltKSIHlVilKVCK on  (ill   in.liters  nf Uk.i1
or pulilie inLi rest, invilid, and eaie! |ill\   cnii-
sidered.    All conimtinii nlions to the   lulitor
inust be .leeninpanied hj   the  name nt   llio
> writer, nut iii'cess.irilv fin"  |luhlicition,  bin
, as an evidence ol nonil tiiitb. '
Address
iTiin Kooi'ionay ."Mail.
.     , Uevelstoke, B.C.
KHVKLSTOKK.   .IPXK 21. JSOti.
.��� J'v ,a' majority uf hundreds the
electors of Yale- Ivontcnay-C.iri boo have
declared against theirex-repiesentalive
in the federal parliament and elected
Hewitt, linstock. The verdict is
decisive. " There, can be no mistake
about it. The people wanted a change
and thoy voted for one.- A glance at
the results from the various sections of
the riding discloses the, fact that all
interests arc" represented in the, majority���mining, agricultural and mercantile, proving conclusively that the
dissatisfaction w.ls not confined to any
particular section or interest in the
constituency. ���
refused to swallnw  either   him   oi
iinlicv
ins
A Yard Wide.
i
It has refused to coiu'oae   the ,      . ���,. .   , ,   ,, . ,
, "Iiievauii no siicli thing, a*-  a   real
last oflences of the   Government,    and     n^.jstia:,,"   said    the   man    with    the
��� It was not a mere parly victory,
Liberals and Conservatives alike contributed to the result, and it cannot
well be viewed as other than a protest
against the man and methods of the
past and against the Government he
was pledged to support.*- In saying
this we do not wish to be understood
-as speaking of'All. Mara as   a   private
declared in the most unmistakable and
eniph it ic in nmei thai it has no caili-
donc-e iu the men who have held the I
reins of goven'luieiit at Ottawa. it,
was the strongest kind nf a dp.-l.ii at ion
against the cperciou of M,(.nimbi and
in favor of honest government and the
clean aomiuistr.itioii of public aii'aiis.
The turuov er in Quebec, conlr.uy to
all expectations,   has   been   aluiost   .is
gie.it   as    in    Ontaiin.       At    present
writing the C'nvernment's majority    of
���**> in Ontario is,wiped   out   and   lln*\
-ire in a minority of .^--a   turnover   ol*
.'i'��; in Quebec the. Libeial majority   ut
I  in the I.ist House has been increased
lo.'il    -a t iu nu\( r nf ".'7 ; N'lv.i   Scotia
I'nr t he lifst   time   leturns   a   innjniiiv
against   the Ooverhmenl,'its   majority
of 9 in this province has   been   turned
into a minority of 2���a turnover of 1 I:
in New    lirunswick the   ('overnments
majority has been reduced from   1:2   lo
I ; tlie M'turns from   .Manitoba   gi"<*   a
majority of  one,   against   the   Uoveru-
tiieut and two doubtful   constituencies
to be he.ii 11 from!     Theic   has   been ,a
turnover of cS in   the   Territories,   and
instead of sending I Ooienimcnt   supporters    they   elect    1   oppositionists:
liritish Columbia, shows a sim lar    loss
for the (lov eminent���vvheie it forniei-
ly had six representatives  it    has   now
only two���-a turnover of eight.    Piince
Hdvvard  Island   is   the'  only   province
where the Government made a gain,  a
gain of one.     It   is   fair   to   say   lhey
sufier ed defeat in every   province   but
the hist named.
pali bed jeans.
"Don't you think thev ain't,""'said
the man w it li < he soft, hat turned up
behind.    "J kuutvci nne mys"]l"."'
"Huh! What, evei did he do? Never
miss going to ince'tin'lJ"
"Oh, I ain't laying *-o modi on lhat
as on when it come time in work tlie
ro,ins he went out ami did a i cal honest
day's win k. ji-t as if he was vvnrkin'
nn his own farm."
\M   B. McKECHNIE,
* �� - (M.R, ���M.II.C.M.)
PHYSICIAN and SIMEON,
REVKLSTOKK . . . ^ B.C.
OFFICE in It. .-".mison's lioiise (ne\i, I'resbj ter-
i in Cluirciii.    Calls by  Telephone or Tel'1-
I'raph promptly alti nded Lo.    Oliioe  hours:
���   'Mil u, 1! .i.ni., \:"M to i .-ind 7 to S ]i in.
c
OLUMBiA   HOUSE,
- __    -"^? o -%Tz3> 1C4 -j-, rs Ir P-     IR f*1 -	
1 i
The Red'Mountain Road.
Word was received here this week to
the ell'ect, that Stewart it Welch, (he
cont r.icloi s who aie inteiested in
Siocan mines, bad secured I he contiact
forallth'e grading and luiin'eliug on
the lied .Miamt.iiii railway, which I).
('. I'm bin will build from North port' to
Hossland; I'niter liros, well known
here, mi' in line, and will undmihlcdly
secure the contract lo pill m the
briiiges. The road will he annul seventeen miles in length. There will be
one 1 ininel sevei al bun.Ire.i feet long.
It has not ye I been di'linile],.- announced v, bet her lie Columbiii will he
briilufed or ferried.--K.i-Iu Koiil ������niirni.
Work is jirogiv .sine fanmi-.sly on l he
Georgia. The "Xo. 1 luuuel is now in
nn the main vein a distance ol" lit) feet
and is being driven inw'.nds (lie old
shaft, vv hic'i is sunk nn a' hie   showing
.- ��� '- , n    , ^ i*
of oi e.'   '
JAS. McKAHON,
SsneiMl Blacksmith & Woodworker
Repairs to AVagoiis.    Tools Sharpened.
SIi'JKINU ' A'   H   KC1ALTV.
A. McNEIL,
BASBER. SHOP AND 3BATH EOOII,
Front Street, Uevelstoke.
The McCarthyites and Patrons have
secured few straight seats but, no
doubt, they influenced the result-in
many constituencies that went iuili-
Goveriiiiient.
A Ki enchhian ha ���; devised u contiiv-
nnce fnnpn'ckly stopping heavy ma cl i i n-
eiy.' Ujin.i InucliiiiiA a button the
pow er is shut oil' and a powerful hi ,-ike
applied to the flywheel. A tvvenly-
!ioi si' power' engine vv oi king at ninety
rev olutious per second was sloppid in
two-thirds ol',i second.
NOTldS.
Haircut, 25c;   Bath, 50c; Six Shaving
Tickets'for SI.00.
GUY   BARBER,0
WATCHMAKER AND'JEWELLER
Repairing Neatly & Promptly Executed.
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
Largest Hotel In Town,
Centrally Located- Bast Aeeomodation,
f    Free Bus,  Rates $1 pep day,
\'   "'   BROWN & CLARK.' Proprietors.
Choice Wines, Liquors anil Cit**:irs,   Draught Beer always on tap.
I4II-QPRIMPQ UpperArrowLake-RC-
W 8   OS  BlgBlllU.        Under same  Management, o
i-to-V2 il
ALL  FIRST   CLASS-
J. R. HULL & CO..
The rcsnll  in Quebec   is   surpi i-i:ig,
and (Miiiint   well   he    viewed    in    ;in,v
citizen, hut ns ;i   public   in.in��� ,is   our   other li^ht th.m ,is   ;i   |)i-otest
rejiresentfitive.
U'MlllSl
the undue clerical inilucnce whiuh  w.��s
used to defeat Laurier in Quebec'  The
*    Mr. Bnstnck is to   he   cniii-ralulated j dnvorninont       staked     its     lite   upon
upon his success.     ft is seldom   thai, a [ upon .ycttiii-,' aluHisl the soli.I    siipjiort
\T<->''''t'1'- Irf in:::KUY UIVKN t.li.il lliirty
i\ days irum il.itu ! inli'ni! .i|>pl.v ills' l�� t.'ic
Cmef I'liiiiiiiissKinur oi |j,iii Is .ui'1 W'lirUs mi ,t
lli-uiisij |i> .Ml iiml i.iri.v .ivv.i) linibur l'l'uui lite
Iml'ivv ini; fUscPili 'i iiinils sitii.iU.I on Kisli
Ci-i'eU, I..u'i1l.i>i I'liiiniy. Wi'sl ICdiiIi ii.i.v :
('(iiienon. ,n,' iipiiiisitc si\"-,:ii!c ]i".s!, .iiljoinlni;
A. .1. S.-.'U's iiiiitii-r cl.iiin on vvosi siilc. i iiuiu o
n irlh .iIiimjjt nis Ij'Miiiil.u'.v I'M" I1, inili1-. ili'jiu1.1
west V in a milo, Iliuui-e *'milli 1' isii!u-i. Ilicncu
il .1 mill1, colli,I'liiii-r I 0 .u-i-i's.
Wliolesale    and   Retail
BUTCHERS. "'
Purveyors of Mi'��*h-class Meats.
T3 li'TfTnT C!rT'0*'"^*"*>1    Ti n
All orders in nnrline will he  pimnplly
���   at tended In.
THE   RP/RSTflKE   PHARMACY.
��     PORTER AND STOUT
*"'    O.K. LAGER.BEER
FINE    ALES
'Draught  and   Bottled:
rBLSTOKS     BREWERY
I
i.J]\. Stationery' Dej)art-
nient, has been recently
enlarged and remodelled and
you may now procure at reason
,'   H. A.  BROWN,   Pkopkihtok.
3evelstoke Station, B.,0.\
O  O  (>  I) (I  11  O  O  O  0  DO   O   O   O   O   O  <)  O  I)  0  o  o  o  o
<"1 i    '   J *���
Stneliy
;pst-Cks- and [loRveiilenily Situated"
Between Reilpoed Station and
,' ' - Stsamsoat 'Landing   ��� '
L'lLsL   ', III ,1 111 ill1. cOlll,I'lllll-T  1   0 .H-l'l's. r I        .    . . .    .      : . I
cuiiiih iic-.ntc  lii.uii-iMsi  co.-nur <>r ,i. w.   ab:e prices anytliino m the way
Tlioins.in s   Jin cinpliiiii   (.'.liin. , ni.ir    I .ei!i;.ni ' ��
oii.mis:linn ,'w,-U ioi . mile:ihiniu nn,'!!. ,:.   ot .Stapic iitici 1'aiicy s^tationery
!l,l'1|s, ( OIlUllllll!" ,i.(J   U Us.
!n .l'l III, I) .u lVs linn' ��� i>' h's,
.lunu Km il. Iv*!''.". I''. III!.!!!'*;
T.    7-Jl :!)-!���.
NOTICE
111'.     FiLtf ILLol '.��(\S.      i liHJ.itirifJl.
-*V70TI('K IHcUKi.'Kr.Y   (MVICV (1M(  LSiiily
j.  1      il.ljs ,i'K l' ilal.1 I   iiitinil   JIJ > 11' \ my   lo   till'
,.,������,���    ,,,.... i   ������'.,��,.:,..)      ..,.,...:., , ���, .    i   :    v>   i ��� 'i -i i-       ' linn. Ciin! ( i.ii.inissK iiv-i ui   l/iirts .ind Works'
^nung    in.m,    untlieo,    leceives    such    ni this prnv nice, hut '   nolwulistaiidiiii- ; i���r iic-.missi, n to i m jum! envy ,i��ny liniljor I
11-O tlM'inir   ��������..<vlrnil iim   .vi'v     lii^      ....I...      I 11   '. 1       .      1 1      1        .1 ' I 1 1|M)!I'  t'lO IlllldVViIlK ���Iv.'s.-I'l'iril   l.i'ifls   silillliOll    (111   ,
IMLieiiniT lecoimitlon on    Ills    eilt.IV     to , nil  t I ��� = ��� t   ilnne to In,hi t.lieni    i In.    iw.iiilr.     i.'isli t'lrc!,   ] ���uile.i'i Count \    Ilislrivi   t,l ' v.'i'sl  I
Kent >n.ij . ' )
Colli  III II,.illL,'   ,li    Ml .tll-VW si    Clllli1!1   of     ICllu
.-i oil's; niiic. i l.iiin  ���- In. li Liiinaiciic s ,it   i'ooi
i l' r.i'ii Is, tl.oiiivi v. i ,t   !f l, uk :��� (!�����. ii(.t'  urn Hi   111
liul-'s: llii-nov! CLl ' unio: lliv'iKu soiiLli r  unit's, j
loiii.iin nn i*'.ij .i, ii1-        i *" *
ANn loiiiiiiun, llu'    (in,-lia'.l    mile   sontli    oi''I
i l.c\ iiirion Ci'u.'lv, on i.ist  li.ink (ipinislie  A. .1. I
man, politically, in tlio past ; influences'  t"Iiin��� ������ to he ahle'tu  rlelivei    it.     "What ! r,u1,1 ���,I,,""'.V ''"!"': t!u '!',''"tj I1,u"" ,"VIM" I
��� .   " , * i | tank   II  inili-. lliiiici! i.i.i   I'    mil. s:   lln'iui1 '
that      would      liave ' appalled,, a    less    v\ as true nt' lLH:ehee  in    this   n.in iioii.-ii- ' sooik 1J uel-s: tliciiu.1 wi si   \ mile, i-onuiiiin.
n
Mete
tering recognition on   his   cntiy   to | all tliat done���to help tlieiii   i!ie t people
jiulilic life, parlicul.-irly when it,   is   re- ! ivf-'us��>d t.i, lie 1'ou-ed into line. ' '
meinhered  that   he   had   powerful'in-i        .   i
-fluences   opposed   to   him:    influences!.      It, is   one   thing   to    undertake    to
that   have   made'  or   biokon   many   a  'furm.sli a solid vote, and quite an.aher
ec in   this   particular
courageous man.     Hut he showed   the ' was true of certain  'sections   of   y.,.,',���
people he   had   confidence   in   himself. ' Knnienay and Cariboo last Tmsd.iv.
Jle' made no   pretensions   to   being   a 1 ���������^	
past-master in the, science   of  polities ;   . A  New  Fuel.
lie   did   not   profess    (n    " know    th<
rype1.,"   hut   hi.s    open,     candid,
,    IMi .11 ll'-
In ., !1 'I
III all '.)���>) ,k res null e or 1,"
\'aiii onviT, .1 ulis- Ui, 1*,'.1i!.
T\TOrP'n'*;*
K. SCOTI'.
i)-ll
:   fTr'    l        "! j n   j ?,ii
{.  il :-ij U lii J   tlilU   ii-Jvjv..lA
I . . BUMEfi . .'
Revelstsks Station,
Best'Table'in the Interior.    Commercial Sample,
, Rooms/    Firej-proof Safe.   Free Bus.
TERMS:    !S2-'and SI.50 per day.        t ' 2JWm
\M
/O
11 V! s
.U.
WINE:
���nc
5,
v.  ���UUWA
( o
l'     1 .
WHOLESALE  DEALER IN '
LIQUORS "AND
CIGARS.
BEVBLSTOEB
B.C.
A now kind of fuel has 111 cull v 1-
n    riMl \T the one iin.niei- Iniciost   in  the Xortli i
1     Stn,- ;il i, fi1 ini.v .  oi,    iui'ulloi !i   Cuek, i
ill.
ryDCs.       nut    Ills     OUCH       caiKild        nn- '  ..      i     .-.,    T*     .   ..       r,    ��� ��� c P  ��     ^.n.   inner miiv.  on    .iia i inn n   i hck, i n      ,,p      i o      r>      ���   i      i1' o
^<. , njiuu,     caniiHi,      tin      made m    I*ostl,n.    It    ,s,,   nii\.i.r.-   lit ' Ml.,-h..���.i, ;,..N,,,.,i j v i;tWllH  ^.lln.,,,. villi !..; I P,nijfif,fiaf n     nf     Hfimsfppfinjl    flf   51
assuming and geniiemTiTfK canvass im-    .Mcsn-.iii   .-isphak   and   |.eat    or    ini-l.    AiAA,'1;'^,;1'''V'T'.lV!��'l���,VA^"l���l''^',!,'''''' ' .       i.u���ioji-uiu��.    ui   u
pressed the   electors   with   his   peifcrt    ( omp.icn-d and hako.l tnircim-t.    Tlie-   .i..nk Av;A: 1*1 �����"��� i". k.'.i m.. lo'imv ,iA(s^n'i( n't, i '���      F0i'G[ffipl    G9111D!iiiV.
���        '     . ,        , ,       .      .      .i��.s.n,l!���l,.i    ,ivl,.,i..ll,..    ,l...v..-o-    .vf     ,(-;      "*       ������h''.l*>'1-.'1'1'     "I'1    ���<.."1-''.-     <>:   s,lk. ���"��� r        ���-
1
��� honesty of  purpose   and   tliey   elected
him.
The constituency is to be congratulated upon securing such a man as its
iepn>sentathc. Possessed of \ out Ii
Jiiidc- health; ample private means
which will alibid him leisure to attend
lo his duties, and place lt>11) abm e ev i n    piessed
,11'cmiiI in h*1 cxli,i'is{ h ss liepnsiis t>t'
liitiiinen, i ,r a-.pha!r, in Ale.H-n, which
the people thete have attempted sulci sspilly In Ian ii, in-,; i; wnuUl tin-ll anil
r.in. .ind tinis ifive ti. >i!il,.. .\ji (ri-ii!Lr"
.1. .\ It bam, of r le-Xfiv. K>. ���_������!.i ifd Tin I sine
.Hill' Fuel ( "nii>l ,i!iv . ',f [I, ,s;,.,,t, ..\-| fi i-
mentcd \\\?\\ it. .ii!(i f.i ii.ii !:.��� i; 11.!. i;, ir
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coinpn-itiiiji of It with p.,,;,    Th
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0 -L M.in.i ;nr **.,i; i'i --1 ir Jluiiii;^ Co.
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A vn-N'MNo Acts.
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(Foreign.)
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the suspicion of using his   position   fm-
jnirposes other lhan the   public   vve-d :
nnd  a   laudable    ambition    'o    be   ,i f
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.service to hi.s counti-v .au]   devote   his
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best energies   to   ils   adv ancemeiit   he
will, we believe, prove a good ihoiie.
Further, the next five \ears will  see
wonderful    strides    foi u aid      in      the
progress of ihis eniinliv: uc arc (n't the
���fiio of  .'i gieal period   of   dewlojiiiieni
in    I!.   C. --parlieiilai'iy   in     Kootenai,
eveiything points to il.     Tin- pto-.'ies,
can be m.Heiiallji  assiited bv   the   I Ins
'���rilim-iit !i||i)  vie,in1 toiltinele in    ii..i.
iny a icprevniatiie m nAmd ���.'. iihlh.'
/ie_s? tegiinc i .it I mm   thin one u ho v mild
be, i-i mi pel led  to sit   in lhe -'eol'l shade-
nt  ojijiositioii'"fJlll mj-   the    time    liheii
we iiinsl  lied a ���' friend ai, coin t,'
at the iie.uWj ..irtei s ni  ,; ������ \U -mn .Fii ������
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with it.    it _'(.; up s'.-.u,:  onickit   ,'in,!
held a   h.u'bel   pi ..-sm .- w lnle t le* i-ii.'Ii ������
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(ll.ll .(|l he fi |l VI ,1s ,'l sh^lil - )|!\ i i me-
! combi-sT i.v ei liilll. \lintilei, m !,. iv. is
I  six it   | f;| lill^ll   I pi-   ,|| ni,     ( nil |'|     nl.lv      l e-
1 me m! I'M 11,,11 h's i<| I in\v I iv ilelii il. ,i.e!
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lhe Fi 'MU h armv , iv !)>��� ,,,' . lie,. ;i iii   e-t,-
Itcirisleri'd tlie ."lutli il.iy ol J'.iy, 1 ill!.
HKIfKHV C^KTIFY  f'.il   I have  lllis day
renisli'ii (I llie " (j. ikl Sli'u.i in   Alining I'nin-
i ii.inv     (������'oi'i'ii-ii. niKlur Iliu  " ('iiiiiji.iiii. s  Ait,"
I'.iit J\r.. '���l!t*K:str,tlion ol Koi-cikh I'oiiijiiiiiii's,'1
! .iii.l am  ihIiiij- A els.
|     Tae IIimiI ulliec ol   ("ie -.lid   Coinp.iny i-siln-
i   iludnl Cnd.ilij, St.ili; of VV*isioii,in. l'..S.A.
I      'J'ne oliji i_t . tin  ivliiili   tliu   t'iiiii|*illl.v  is es.,il|.
1 l.-h"d .ire :-  To jinn lin-e,  ni(|iiii*e,  opoi.il,. ev-
i i liani-e, lie| l. iiiiiriB.iui1. -ell, le.isu and  c nvey
| ni lie-, inineinlsoi linids i niitainni'^oi'siiiiposul
, io i oni,un ii'i'nes. miii"i',ils, di posils, or .inriler-
i mis s mils or *-i"iv i 1-, ,iinl neia inll.v to onifiiKo in
t Ik- in i ii iii.; Ini-l tr'ss. ,ii nl In del (lo|i mid <ip'-iM I c
'iinir s o' ,d! Ivinds, .mil io i ii);,ikc   in  and eai iy-
UU' on tlie business ot ji>ir<_-|msinuc, I'jvul ill}?. ( on-
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lliiiiies.    im  i-u.i-s,    slniu-s,    tunnel-,    milir-
,  i ii-. pi|i' s, ni.ii-inno *_\, hiiiliiiuk- and  ll\l un s
s.iualile, nei'i ss,n j oi- ( ouveni''iil   lur  llu: ulili-
/niiini ot   \..ilir  lor  die   om pose  o|   hy   laulie,
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t   -v li iv li   iii,i.i    he   uei es ,,, *., | ai u|m r, or i S|iedi( lit  I
in' 111'  -ii,'.. ss or inn:|i oi ihis ('i m i,iin , not in-
'<,!   s' i ni   ulili   l,i v, ,ini|  in  pur. i.nice ol il- ,
,no pn-' ����� .in,!   uliji i I i ;   In  |iiir> Ims ,    ,ni|iiii'e,
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i.i'ii i ,i l-e  ,'���ill lie  iii.il   i|is|i(i-i    i,il   ,i'l   U.11 Is ol
'i,i1   'i,    |i( i   > iii.i !   |i'iijii Hy. .mil   lo  ,\eiii-enll
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���   *��� Market affords.
THE BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICEST
WINES, LIQUORS AND'CIGARS.   ���    \,
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t'PAL HOTEL
AniiAliAMSO*-,'   I'.HOW.; Fitoi'hMK'roits. -,   .
.First-class Table, ��-   Good Beds   ���   Fire-proof Safe
Telephone . +   'Bus Meets all Trains.
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liave s|��il;cii ,i( t|)(. Ii,i|-i-|, ln,\. ii,,.
J-OSllIt Iif-Jinv lliaL lhe Tllpii-'i fj'iivciii-
incut was nverwliehiiiii^jy flef'cteti,
it.s niajnrity of nw-r fmlv licni^ nun
jilctclv vvijie-rj on|, ;nn-| HunceJ mi,, ,,
niiiinrity as <^io;\t en- i; realm (li.iu u,is
its former majnriU'.      Il u-.is nt ii-alilv
"i swec[��  irum   ix-ciui    In   nce-an,    cvriv  j  ������	
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n\ l.iie talcs ���: i..ic leileral.inri ini vvliicli
In i;.-.,',i, Jish    .   ,iP.j.;.irlers.
return a inajoi ily against, Tnjipe-r, ,/nel
liis (/overnnieiil, i-- fairJv liuncrl nuejer
t-llis ai-al.tliclii' nf iinsl ijc. l/allols.
L,-tK< u'eek wi. v.i if J i( vva-1 ;i r:a<<> ol
Tlie Nation , v-,. Tuppr-r, pmel sn il,
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IivcryfhinR new and Hrsf-class in all Respects.
Tii(3 Houso is stoskesl with tlio Finest Wines .ind Cisars in tho Market
NOTICE:
TLE^OXTT   T^JZEm   CITY,   S.C.
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TKootcnnie flDall ===== "Kevctetofte, S?.(T. TIIE KOOTENAY 31 AIL.  PAGE  HAWAII  A  PARADISE.  IMPORTANT    GEOGRAPHICAL    POSITION-INTERESTING PEOPLE.  The Great  Volcano of Kilauea���������The  rOverthrow   of 'the   Government  and,Queen-���������-A Land,for Invalids  '   with a Delightful ClimaJe -Mr. D.  ��������� M. Crowley Speaks Entertaining-  ' ly of a Pacific Paradise.  GKR-^ItTID  The Hawaiian  Island*-; are seven   in  iMimlier with an  area nf 0,."),S7 square  milee, the large island of Hawaii, which  gives its  name  to  the group,  has an  ' ' area of 4,200 sijuare miles, oral'iout two-  thirds of the whole. ' They aresituated  *   between the 19th and  2rlrd  degrees  of  north latitude and geographically they  occupy a   most important   position   in  - 'mid   Ptu-ific,   being'   the    only    land  between    North   American   ports  and  those of Anst r,*ilia and New Zealand in  the south, and China and .l.ipan in the  east,.,,  Hence this archipelago has l*<*e i  named the cioss-roads of  the  Pacific,  the nearest   point  of  land   being  Han  Diego in   ("'alifornia,   which   is distant  2,100 miles, Victoria being about 2,100  miles from Honolulu, the,capital city.  Tin*-   group,    of    island*-    remained  isolated and unknown to the rest of the  t, world until their dit-eovcry by (*;iptaiii  Cook a little over a ' century ago.    lie  nanied'them the Sandwich 'Inlands  in  linnor of  the Earl  of Sandwich,   then  first lord of the  Admiralty.''and  estimated the pnpulatinti at  100,000; to-day,  'alas,   tlc-ir   numbers   have   'dwindled  down to little-over one-tenth  of  that.  estimate. <  The Hawaiians tire a branch of the  'Polynesian nation which also includes  lh'������ Mamies of New Zealand, the  La moan*- anil Tahatian.s. It is remarkable .that although I,hey ar,e closely .sur-  ��������� lounded by' l'apiian.-;, Malays aiul  Figians. they have* little in cninm ill  "with them either in physical featutes,  traditions'nr'langii.-igc.       t ,  The ancient, religion of'tiii.1 I'nlynesi-,  mis wa.s'a Pnlytheisni  not   unlike,   thai  of ancient, (Jreece.    Their traditions of  the creation,  fall of   in in,  and deluge  'leseinble in general outline tlieurcou'nL  *-- i . '    .  of these events recorded in tht1 book of  Genesis.     They    had   al.so   temples   of  refuge   and    the   rile    nf   circuiuci.sinii  which,    together)   with   linguit-tic    pc-  '  culiarities*, point to an ea stein il"   not a  senietic origin, all of'wluch   render   il  probable that they moved nut from the,  heart of Asia in   the  great,   Dravadian  ������ i      '  exndu.s ��������� which    t mk    pi.ice   over   2<i'M  ������������������ yeaisago.-  The fame, nf the great volr.ino of  Kilauea nu tin1 Island iif Hawaii has  done lunch   In   make   this   remarkable  - fotintry and people know n to (lie outside world. This monster crater is in er  nine miles in circumference and is al-  mostalvvays iu coii.stanl,.icl ion, sending  its boiling, hi.-i.siug, 'molten lava, like  the waves of an angry sea, against its  boundary walls of la-,a  ."jOO  feet   high.  1 I c '  The  roar  of it-s agitated  surface,   In-  gethei   with   the  display  nf   its   pyrotechnics,   can   le  heard  and  seen   for  .miles.    Only once in  about every   ten  * .years does it insist on a brief I est of,  three to four weeks in order, apparently, to recuperate and star! wit li renewed  vigor. Thousands visit this���������I&uth's  great Interuio���������From all lands, ,-uid  this tourist travel is one of I he litisiness  features of Honolulu.  For the past, four years Hawaii has  ' occupied its full share of journalistic  attention chiefly through the rcvo-  lutions'aiul insurrection*-, which have  from various causes kept society ther1  , in a state of unrest. 'The pi esent ruling  power is an oligarchy which, through  the corrupt action of a brib"d minist m  of the United Slates, in January of IS'1.'-!  caused t roops to be lauded from the  U. S. S.S. Huston, then the nnlv man-  of-war in Honolulu, to ititimidalc the  Queen and constitutional government.  The rule is maintained by the guns of  foreign'mercenaries which niiisi sunn  (���������nine tit an end tliiniigh dissent inns  among themselves and lhe Impeles-  b inkrtiptcy caused by ccpcii-liii < the  whole revenue to m.iintiiii troops.  To invalids in search of health tin  islands arc a veritable patadise a Hording every variety of cliinate from  tropical to perpetual frost, on inounlaiiis  ]:J,n0(> feet, high, while t'heeusl.of living  iu Honolulu is nol as high as in Revelstoke.  'The passage from Victoria raicly  occupies more than six days on an  ocean rightly named Pacific in conliasl  to the boisterous Atlantic, while the  accommodation and fare on the floating palaces, the W'arimooand Minvvcra.  is not excelled by any vessels callingat  Honolulu.  ASSAYS.  J.'A. MacFarlahe, F.C.S.,  , Assaycr and Mining Engineer,  62 S  HASTINGS ST.,  VANCOUVER,  B.C.   O-   All assays ami analytical work (lone in  duplicate,  with  Scrupulous personal cars and dispatch.  --'-.il-Ii'in  P   H. HEAPS & CO.,   ..  ������������������������������������       aUi Cordova St.. .ui'l Powell St.,  .'  ' VANCOUVER, I5.C.  "Minus .ind' "Milling  .   . il  1'rospeetiii'? Drills,  ,*-*.iv\\ T\I111 Miiuliinery an 1 Hims, KiiKinos.  lluilurs,  Wat or Wheels, etc. ���������    -J-aKlm  UN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY  F^rnr^tm.^.,'..-'  MACHINERY 3-fe  Assets    : : --4-5,803,270  Income . .'      1,528,054  Jnsukanck   in  Fokck ...A...   34,754,840  New Business With in 1S95 ..     8,866.688  Togiiamme  ���������consists'" of Base Ball Match,  Horse-Races, Bicycle Races, Lawn  Tennis Tournament, Athletic ,  t   \ 1 <  . Sports,,fdfle and Trap  Ths Cyanide-Process.  REFRACTORY GOLD &SILVER ORES  Treated and Itoportcd on  u By The  MacArthur-Forrest  (liii-j-ct Cy.iiiiil.itioii.) ���������    ���������  By The MacArlhur-Yates -  (.\iii.-il'r.iiii:i(:iin .m,l C'.v.tni.l,ition.)   KOI!  l'AI"TIcri,AI'.S ���������  The CasscI Gold Extracting Co.,  (Limited.)  W. Pellew-Harvey, F.C.S.,Supt.,     '  ���������- ���������'     "    Vancouver, B.C.  iTiS".\ss,ij-iii(j; in ,1]: iLs l-ii-andio. H-J-lini  JA K. CRANE, Manager for B.C.  >. PAlfON, ; '    :  Agent for Revelstoke;;;aiid District  A HANDY PROSPECTIF  molDRNAGE.  PORTABLE!    PRACTICAL!!    ECONOMJCAL !!!  Shooting*..  Gr.  JU   .  A  HE DIPLGOK BOOK  D      AND STATIONERY 00., LTD.  Wholesale   Pacer   Dealers   and  . . Stationers . .  ,  VANCOUVER,'  B.C.  Q  becresary.  Surgory Without1 Pain.  A recent ni'-cl in<; (it* the Philadelphia  (.'oiuity Medical Society vras ro.idei i'(l  p.-irLicill irly interest in������j- on account ol"  the presentation of a paper liy Dr. T.  J'arviii, hi (hi1 new nil-mod of ajii-Iish-  in^- tlio paiti of surgical ope, .iLiims  without llu1 iii*ri'������s*iiy of eniployiui*;  ether or clilorofoi in. This ii-. I lie s/-tein  suggested and   practised   liy   I li.1 ' vv ell-  Ileaven Enough for Him.   ,  An editor who died of" starvation,  .il'lii-r niakini*; I3r. Tanner .ashamed of  liiins:-lf, vva.s ln'iu.if es.-ortt'd Lo Heaven  hy .111 an'm-l who ti.-icl heen *-*eiit out for  'Unit, poiposc. i-'jUay I look, at th'e  ( t ,ijr piaci1 hot'ore I ascend to eternal  liippiii'S ?' ', i'i.-.s iy,'" said I lie aiific'.  Sd they went helow and si/u-inished  aioinx!    tjikin-r   in   tlie.   sjirhts...   Tlie  known    Get mail" surgeon,      .Si-lileich.    .iiiL,rel lo.st Ir.u-k of th  who. hy its use, has, heen   ahle   to   pei*-  I'orin pr,iel/u*aiiv all of   the   minor   ���������mil  manv   of   the   mai'or     operations     ot  , ,., i  surp-ry vv ithmtl the  "-li^hte-it I'.-iin   to  t he patient, anil vv il honl. depriving him    .sii;ii   on     the     fiirnare    wiiirh     .sail  Paragraphs of General Interest.  In (.he United .State1-1 he census shows  then1 were :**2,(Ki7,SS0 males* and :*(), .">1,-  ."{70 rcninles in 1SC0. tin excess of l,."l'V  olO. Tlie exact census |ijriir,,s are lonj;  in coining.  Salt Like Clity, Utah. -Cenli'tinial  Kiirekii salt niine hus' heen sold to an  KiiUlish ���������syiidicali' for $ I.IHHI.OO'). Thi-  inincisIiO milrs s-onlli of Sail Lake  ������*it,y and lias heen paying heavy divid-  ������'ii<ls.  A total of 022 voles vvet'i1   lo   he   cast  ill. tlie Itepnhiicltii Nal.iiiii.il (liiiive.il.ioii  lii si. week. ..OT these AIi-Kinley received  '.001.1. Itecd SI.},   Morl.on   5S,   Quay   ill}.  AUison :r>2,, ('iiiiiiirou i.  in any other way ol ( his coiim-ioiimicss.  Hy the ineihoil of Schleicli there are  prepared three Milut imi-s of common  Mill, in which are dissolved different  (piantitie.s of iniiriale of cocaine and  inni pliiii. The part to he operated upon is 1 horoiiLflily cleansed with air  antiseptic solution and the .surface  hroiighl lo a low tempeiatnre liy a  hpray of chloride of-elhyl. Inlo this,  area of thi;-skin, which, h\ the act'on  of the .spray, has liei-n deprived of all  sensation, the .salt solution contai-iiiiij-  the cocaine and morphine is? injected  hy means of a special hypo lei-mic  syrini1!', iilinieron*- ]iiinctiires lioing  made in all directions. 1'tiis reiider.s  thedecpei struct ui is in.seiisihle to the  suip'on't, knife, and for' a period of  from twenty minutes to half <iu hour  Llio jvitu'iit is not conscious, mi far as-  actual.pain is concerned, of extensive  cutting and sewing.  The new, method diffeis in an important decree from lhe ordinary employment of hypodermic injecl iuiis ol  cocaine. 'J'lie .si I'euj;'! ii of the d; ilj;  which has heen ii-,ed in the past is  ilhout one pait. rtn each tweul \ -li. (-  parls of the solution, while in the  Schleich llielhovl there is often etuploy-  eil ;t slreii-ilh of only 1 in 1 (),()!/). In  the i'oruier. how ever, (Wily a few drops  of t he solul ion are employed, while in  the lal ter the I is.sties .stin oiindi.iic the  pat tlo lie, operated upon .tie 11 ini-i Highly iitllltralcd with I lie solution. \\ ill)  I lie e-tii.'il I ipianl it y of coca ino einj*lo\ e.i  hy Dr. Schleich, il, is apparent lhal  soinet hine; nioie limn cocaine is re-  sponsihle for the local ail.'i'-l Mi11 i.i so  perfect ly ohl, lined, lulhe opinion of  Di's. Keen. As|ihiiis( itiid Motion, who  discussed I In  ditor.'ind went,  round Hades to hunt him. tie found  him sit t inic hy a furn.ice' fanning hini-  sclfand jj;a;'.inj,r with rapture upon a  lot, of people iu the,fire.    There   was  a  ���������."il-liin  r>,EO. D. SCOTT,- '       '     ���������  Insurance'and >r.llning Eroker.  H.C. *Vf,iii,if-i>;*,'Liiiidini & I.ani'.isliire Lifo  Assiii-.iiici! C'd. M.uiiiirur V.iiicmivei1 Mining  liiii-uioi. Scoc;c inull i^oIiAbie Companies  io:- s-iio.       '    ' L'-jI-l*2 >  , 305 Cordova St.,    Vancouver, B.'C.  f[L.v���������ER'', ������BBS . . .  COPPER  'WANTED  "Writ j for iii-icus.   Give iissHv-s.ict". ,  STATE O^Z SAMPLING CO. .  X)5.-<v:ir., Colo.  A. McGS-UIRI^& GO,  .SALMON "AKM,   li.C  General Menchants and Dealers  in ail kinds of Farm Produce,  <     \       r'ruii,- Hay,  etc.   '-  AVrilu for jirict's .ui'l wu will-irii.ivar.luc .vou  satisf.Klioii.   Mn.uit C'nvvs icon Svi.r..  The aLt-cntion of ,prdspcctoi*.s and miners is ctlled to the  merits of ;i new imjDrovecl appfinitiis, for testing* and .smelting*  various kinds of ores and minerals, also separating" and refining  base bullion, etc..  Manufactured by a chemist and metallurgist, who thoroughly understands the wants of the assaycr,' the prospector, tlie  miner, the chemist for laboratory test, for all furnace work, such  as meltin"*, scorifyintr-, coupling*, .fusing in platinum crucibles,  testinji* of san*iplin<������* xhar-j'cs,^ ro.vuino-, enamelin''", etc. (Any  'kind of fvuel.) ,       ""  ��������� This furnace is built in two halves for easy transportation;  is complete in itself, made of sheet steel with cast iron slag and  metal spouts; wind supply pipe and knock-down,bottom.  This Handy Prospect Furnace is,of the Cupola type, with  extention for smelting ores,.capacity 1000 tO'5000 pounds per  heat/according to 'the character of ores." 'No prospecting outfit is complete without it. , ,' " .  Ac-onis Wa-aied.   For Prioo  and  Further  Inrormation,  Address  .National .Ore and Reduction Co. t  415 Locust Street, ��������� St. ALauis, Mo  " Delinijlieiit    Hnh.si'i ihers."    " Ooine,''  said I lie   ane-ol.   '��������� I    must   he   s-ninii."  'I, * r       *^  " Von l*-o on," said . h ��������� editor, "I'm not  Lfoin-^, thi.s is Heaven enough for   inc."  The Kooiciiniiin says the latest in  connection vvitn the Crow's Ne*>L J-'.-iss  railwav scheme is^to the etl'eet that V.  An;,', llein/.e, haclced   hy   the   (). P.'R.,  will ijo In L 1'iilon   to  raise   the.  funds  t, -1  for the 'niiiiui.i'C.  Application ������). Llqaoi' Liooass.  \70Tic1c is up.nv. iv givi*:\* tint t, tho  ^.1 ini(k'i*sp*;iii'(l will, ill tlni't.v days from  iliitc. iiniily Id the Sti)K'iular.v .M.u'i-.ti*.U(j m  Wust Ivumuiiiiy. tiii'i-. liu'MisQ to .soli li(|iiors nl  lhe Korks nl hii'iliiiu Civi'k. Trout h.iko Di-,-  ti'icl. ' IIAVI!) KKIM.IL'.SON*.  Tmut I.,iki! Cny, Muy 2S. ISM. (Ml,  \T0TIC1C IS HKIiKHV CIV UN Unit 30 d.iys  jlN ut lur date I vv ill ii|i|i]j to tlie lion. ("Injl  Coiiiiiiissiniiur of l.nulsniul Works tor a special  license lo oni timliei* on n unu tlioiisaiul .lure  lilnck of I:ui(l siliiiiUil on eilsl side ol SIol-iiii  Itivcr. ivomeiiiiy liis-tnot. (lomiiieiiuni;-: al .i  jiost at liortli-e.ist, conier iibiint 7 miles-soutli  from "slociin City, riiiiiiinf- soiilli liin eiiains,  west (i'i uliiinis, loitli Kin cli.iiiis, e.ist (llcli.inis  to initi.il ixist, eoiit.iiiiini; in liliicresiimreor less.  K.MANUKh  CKNUl.l'K.  Nukiisp. -Miiy (itli. !.*!������. , ���������     4-11  N(  i :i i  :e ll'  W sV  s!  with  '���������in,  the  ITU'IO I.S IlKliKUY C1VKN tlml lid days  iiltcrd.ilel will ajiiily lo the Mom. Oliii-I  ('oiiiiiii.s.ioiiei of I..U1 Is imd Work** foi'.i .special  license to cut linriei* oif.i one tlioiisind aero  bloek of land sit inn d on eiist side ol Slouan  Iiiver. lC'ii.L.'iiav Ihstiief. coi'inr iieniKal a jinsl  .il n ii'lli-'V-sl lii: tier iilioni 1} link's nun li-vvrsl  Irom vv live tin-I'oliMiiliiil .V: Koot'.-iniy Itai'iHiiy  crosses t'nc .-'ini .in iver riiiiiini',' north '31  ehiuils, ea-l 111 eh.i 1)-. north till cli.iin-,. cast .Vi  cli.mis, south Hid el lain-, vvi -1 CO chiiinslo initial  iicisl. -..-oiltsiiiiiuvr I'm I n.irfs more or less.  S'I'AN'I.KV .Mul'.TAIJDKN.  N.iku-p May (Itli. lMHi. , , l-ll  ie mel il jinf t  I lie inlil trillion of the I is-nc  .solution and   the  disiens'on   and   eon- i s"'''1"1  sri-tienl  pti'ssiire upon ( he .-iii.-ill m-rvi1-.  were t e.-l oil' idle in a l.n^e ntea-iirt' Inv  the ahseiii-e of puin when   the   incision  hy the ktiile is made.  To indiraft1 lhe mann'T of employing  the met hod of Seiileh-ii. and to show  ( he enl ire iihsenec of pain, one of the  surgeons had the solution iiiM-iivd  liene.'ilh the skin of the arm and an  incision made and sewed up iici'im1 the  socii'i y last e\ (-iiiii-r. i  In   I lie  ilist'iis-don   il   vvas  generally  conceded,     lint Ii      Irtnn      the     tesiilts  achieved hytle* (icrm.in   mi>:jcoii   .and  tin-expe; iinenl.s made in a   iiiniiln r  of |  case.s in I his  city,   (hill   a   di cided   ad- I  v mice had   heen   made   in   the   Held   of'  ,iii:e ihelics,    ami     that     Jo:    a    !:ir_**i-  a i'i en i her, of  (ipei at.ioiiM   (lie   ir.lilt i a: iMi  ,  method would  entirely . siipeiM'di'  iia1  trelii't'iil    iniii'.l liesia     hv     el her     iind  n     i- .'������������������������������������ .  chlijirotoi'in.-   IMiiladelphia Ii'icoril. I  VO'l'ICl', IS IllCIIKHV GIVICN tl'iit.'in days  i\ ii'lcr d.iti'I will npiily In I lie Ih.ii. Chief  (luniniissjoiii'!' of h.inils.mil VVorks'for a sp( cial  Ik" n-c 'to cut liiu'oir on .I nn.1 thousand iiiic  iilo'-k of tin I s't.iatcd on nisi -Mr of SI,nun  Ihver. fCiiotcii.i}' I list rk i. ('oiiinu.iii''n|; ut n  po-t ai ii,u*t!i-ca-t conii'i* iihiuu In miles south  from Sloniii '.'ily runiiiii1,'" iv-.'st (i'lch.iins. south  Ui-i ch.ii'is, c.i������i l).l chiiin-. north to initial |insL  HV) I'h.iiiis, .-out.lining ion i ii,-i'|,s muni or less,  .KJ1IN (.'KXKLI.I';.  Nukui|), Muy (itli. ls'lj, l-ll  XTfl'I'IfK |*s IIi:i!l'"HV CIV1-N tliat Ulliln'v's  )> ii'leril.ito I v HI n;.|ilj to the Hon. Chief  Coiiiinisdon"!' of l.un Is au 1 Works Cora speLJiil  lice ii-, ' |.p rill tiuili. r on a one thi.Ur,mil in re  lilock of tnwl -illl.iti'il nil west jjiti. of Sloian  l.",v,'i'. Km I nay Disliiit. Ciiiiiiiii-iii'iin; at a  pii-l at nnrlli e,is. eiuin-r vihcre liif l.'tllc Slu-  < iu liiv i r i lui>l i������������������-. in'.'i I lie SIi (,in riiiin.n.n west  inili Ijnrli,lin-,. e,i-t Mi i.haiiii. norlli  to lml'il tiost lin ehiiliis, eoiit.iiniii'^- KMK) uei'cs  iiioip1 or less.  .in.-sTI'II  I'AVNK.  N.ikiisp. May ('th. 1 t������. t-lt  TABLE  Showing the Dates and Places of Courts  of Assize, Nisi Prius, Oyer and Terminer, and Gc.-ieral Gaol Delivery for  the year 1895.  * r        I   ���������*-*  Sl-HIN'C1   ASSISSKS.  Natii'linio... .Tuesday.. .oth 3Iny.  New West'uinster. . .Tnesdav 12th  Al.-iy. > <    -      "  Vitiiconver. .Tuesday... l'.Uli May.  (Ilinlon ... i ..Mondav.. .2.*>tli iMay.  Vicforiii Tuesday.. .2dth .May.  Kitinloops ...Monday...   1st .lime.  Vernon  .....Monday... St li June.  *Nelson ."Monday...l.">lli June.  * Out mid.... Monday.. .22nd June.  'Special Assizes.        ' ."���������]-'lt  Established 1877.  CAPITAL, 5500,000.  -SHIP' US  YOUR-  Incorporated, 1893.          o  ^������3 H E ?!  if* tozltm ah*  INCORPORATED  ��������� MAIN HOUSE: 200-212 First Avo. North; MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.  ,   JJIilANCin'"^:.  HELENA, MONT/      I      CHICAGO, ILL.      I     VICT0a!A, B. C.     j WINNIPEG, MAN.  Cookc&Bozcmn.n Sts.   I ' I S3 WharfSl. I    2" I Kinjr St.  -r-,.vn.i..T.wrwii^ ...rs-.-.t-. -  sauo-&-ci.  -t*5r%.  '^"^S  3^  ATTORNKY-GNNIiliA !AS    OFFICI-:,  .Iniw mill, ism;.  NOTICE.  Oisi-i;'i'Ki) Lands i.\   Haii.wayJJki.t.  A''mil'fim\i Dis/rirl.  Lot (i, (iroup I.. Tovvnstle oi I-'arvvell  ���������-Original grantee. A.l.liur Si;iulio|ie  I'arvvell.  Lot 7, (lump I. Oi-itfiiiiil grantee.  (Jusla vtis Mlin  \\'i i'jht.  Yule D'nilrirl (KiiniUuip.t IJirininii).  Lot, ."ill!, Group I.- Ori^iiml (intnlee,  Georg-e liohtiu Marl'in.  Lot .")2(i, Group I. -Original f.',ranlee,  Gusla viis lilin Wright.  Lot l!J7, Group I. (J)t initial (rranlee,  Cii|s(iiviis Ulin \\'i i^lit.  Lol .VJ't. Group L- ()rij!finiil erantees,  liiines Mcintosh, William IJell Wilson.  Lol 1.12. Group I.- Original granloe,  Georufe  Lv'l-neS.  Lot .*)2.">,"Group I. ��������� Original tfranlce,  ('"narles l'"(lv\ aril   Pel l y.  Lot o2iS. Gioup I.- OriLfiUiil friatilee,  Willi.nn Arl.liui  li'ediloe.  Lol, l'i(i. Group I.- (>i'i^inal l^l'.'intei's,  Simon John Tuiislall, J nines K. Gall-  hre.'ilh.  Arr.'iui^euienls liiiviiif^ been made between  the   resperi ive   Ciovernuieiits of  the Dotuiuion of (..tiiad.i   and   IheJ'to-  viuce   ol'   liiitish    (Joluiiihia     vvhcrebv,  nvviiers  of  lauds   in   tiie a liove-nanied  j bank '..Mi-li.-iins. i lie ii. rj iinii'i liiMkai-ii-.'-i-i'i' ; 'li.li.'iels derjvinu:   Iheir   till-'s 'hiou^li  i bniiii iti-vj :n ili.iiiis u, inaia! ;in.,i. uintiiinins    original ji'i'ii nl ees   Irom   (he   I'i ev incia'  li'ii Hires auirc or loss. '-- -      - ..  i J.  K. l-OfPOlM-:.  N.vkus*,. m.,v ctii. l :>(!. I ll  Columbia & Kootenay _  Steam Navigation Co.Tff  PASSENGERS FOR  Hall's Landing,  Hot Spring's,  Nakusp,Three Forks  Nelson", ,       andSlocan Points,  ��������� Kootenay Lake Points,   *"  Trail  Creek,   Rossland,   ���������  ,   North port and Spokane  --Kirouu* taicio tiii.:--  STEAMER  NAEUSP  l.uiiviis  Ari'iivv li-jinl   for  Na^usji   .-iii.l   Itiibson.  "Mnnilii.is, Wi'(1iks.iIii)sii.ii| I'I'id.iysiit ", ]i.m.  I .wives   Hill-sun   fur  NiiUiisp,   Aiiviwiiuiiil   (Hid  ('iin.iiliiiii I'ui'ilii: K.iilvv.ij iminls  (east   .mil  west) on  'I'lii'siluys,   Tliiii'siluys und  .Satur-  d.i.vs :it 8:,'ill p.in.  .   ('(iniKjclKin is inndc nt   I,'<i!i-.iiii   with  t'. Jc K.  It'y Im1 NuLnn mid all point~ un K'niitciiny   loko  mill   w'itli   Ktciiliici-   "hyllnii '   lur   Trail    uinl  N'nilliporl.  VOTK'K IS IIKI.THV filVKN tlmt ::,i I'n.vs  . i iiftf'V i'iiI" I nil! uptilvlii the Hon. Cliiil  ('oiiiniis.ioiii-i1 of humls ,'inil Works f-u a ���������,])< i i.i!  lie'-ns" to rut tiiiibt1,* on ii mii' tiioip.uiil tlci k  oflifi'! sitti.it" 1 on ci-! siii,. ni Sliunii l.'ivi'i'.  Kiief I'.uy Distriii. I'liiiiiiwnriii^ at a ',(1-1 ul  imrlli-vvi -I eeniir ilmnl II iniics norf V-.w si froir  v\li"i*i' i''c '"iilrni'iiii ft iCiiuluii/iy l,',u''oiv  er .ssfs ibi. .*-"'iu.".,i i,i\ rr ni nn ini- east '2H eli.ini-..  soutli ,'i e'l.-iiiis, ea'.i t'l eiiains. soutli ,',i'','iin-  (."Vii I1,1 I'Jiniiis.  siiul'i (i'i iliiius,   ������-i"l   In  riii rl  Government in.'tv ohl.iin   eoiifiriii.itury  grants ol" .said land*- Irom I he Doiiiiniou  (Joveriimenl,   notice   is  herehy   given  ) thai ail | er.sons ("vnini*;  lands i's afore-  x    UAIVPHU    CniJI'inO    M-mrl     j.      said are reiiue.sted Io   I'orvv ;ird I licit :i | *,'-  ���������    HALYUJ*1   bPH|r-S?;S   HulhL   *      pli.-jUion- lS.i- -ucl, e.ranls  fori hvvil h to  Arrow   Lako, I lie   m.dei   ii^ned.   toirel her   wilh  I heii  t -  -i'ii\    n;i������|i    ai   (|1(...i   CoVVhra.tcd    Hot. j |i||(.   deeds   oi      an! Iienl ic'i I ed    copies  ���������    Spnr.rrs fhr l.iic iH*c'iiiini(iiliilii������n "f k"'--1'*'. j iheieol. in order tii.it-. the sum.' may ''('  R.a>s *s?.".0 *o 08.53.a'day.   rS'-f-.s 25 cents j I'Xaiuiued. and releases.and, .'surrenders  cacti or.fi^o for -?3.   .Spcijiu' ml^s. In fiiinilief I ;-re;i;ir,'i(l for'eyeeitfioii.  ni* by ��������� tiiiMiiontli'i-i'tii !>,. inri'iiwi'vL ��������� ,���������. ������������������'���������'        '   Alvl'Il 111! G. .S.M ITU.     _,    ,    _  Diiwson, Cradrtock & Co.      ������' S-2t ' Dc.jiiiIy Allurnvij-Ucncrai:  l''ui'Ineiit line1 eai'il in' tlie  Ciiuiiniiij V -leiiui-  cis  on   Ivil.ill nlLV   h.ll.e   llppl.V  In   the plll'siT nil  111 .'l-ll.  l''ol' lllll in1 nnii.iI inn in, In liel-i'l ..'int' s, ( Ic,.  npply to T. Allan,   .Svcreliu1). NcNnii.   Ill',  Cut   This   Out.  MAIN   1,1 SI* 'I II ll*i\     '  Kml lloiiud IN'n.'J) iirrives iliuly !l:1.1 ii.m  Wist,   "      (No. I)       " "...  I .-.'a p.m  .VltltiOV   I.AKIi   IlKANCII  'I'll ll.',S.  Aniie'l'ilesilii.ls,'I'll iii'Mlnys, Sat unl.o-.:t.:tu p.in  llcp.irt .Sunilii.vs, 'i'i i i-i, la-is, Th ii rsil.i-is . I.|!ii p. in  MA II..-!.  lUIVI'I.STOi;!-.   I'.ll.,  Close for tli(! west      'MM p.r.i  "        eiisi      .. ,s-.i i ii.in  "       "      sniitii. Sun.,'i'lic.'i'liui*.   :<::in pan  "        liuv. Sialiun    . S::!i) nan.. .'(:������! pan  IJui! friiin I lie ivosl ID.'l'l ii.in  " " en-l  i   ,a:l."i p.lu  " "'        soutli, 'I'lle..'I'liiu's.. S,i|    a:la p.ni  "' Kev. Station. Ill a.in., alia |i.in  iiiivuii-n'oicr. .-.i'.vtkin imi.  Close for llu; west   ('list ... . Il.il'lil.lll  sniitii. Tiie.,'I'liurs.. S.il    'I,''I am  Ii'evelstnUe      .        II n.iu.. I an pan  Hue from Hie west       lli'Hoi.ui  (Mil      I.I") pan  11 "        Miutli. iVi'il.. I'*ri.. Mnn     SI;.!') a in |  " " lii'vclslni.u .    . !l.:!tinan.. Iiriii.iii  Til 10  BEST AND'CHEAPESTROUTE  i \ *  "IO   AN"I)   rilOM'  All Eastern Points;  Tlu-ruit-li li'ii-st ("iiiss Ploi-iiiiiK Cnrspiid Tourist  Slcejiiii); C.u.s lo irsl. l'.nil. MontiT.iIiuiil Tnrniito  vvil limit uli.111)40.  (REVELSTOKE TIME TABLE.  Atlantic K\-ju*i  I'ueilic  Oilail.iilj.  ll'.:1.',)   ���������'  Aieiidvv I.aici: Hit vxch Tu.vims  Arrive \'t.:i').  Tui'silliv*-!. Tliui-.dn.v s, Saiunlays  l.ouvo^ l(i:HI.   .Siiiidii.Vs.   Tiu-s.l.iys.  Tlnirsdnys.    -  Train-  on   Arrow Lake  lli-iincli  eonnect u  Arrmvliead vv lib C. ft K. ('(]'*, Sri:.\Mi:i< N.ita si-  CLOSE    CONNECTIONS  To iinii From ���������  Kossland, 'J'rail Creek, N'elson,  I'Cti^io, Ainsworth, l'ilot lSay,  N.'tkusp,   New   AAiiV'er,  Three I;orks. Sandon  -   and- ���������  ALL POINTS IN SOUTH KOOTENAY  For full inform.ilum as lo rates, etc.,  a|i|ilv to  I.  T.   I-JVrW-.ter.  Ayent. lU'velstolse.  (iK.o. Mch. m:o"A*N.  DlslliU  I'.Ls-Cll^el1 A;fi nt. Y.iiieomoi1. 11.(1.  OCEAN'STEAMSHIPS.  nOYAL MA.L LINES.  IMPERIAL  BREWERY   Kamloops, B.G,  Export Lager Beer in bottles and kegs.  All orders promptly filled.  P     \\/l'l I i, ll. I I-'/       ' Pivini'ii.l/il1!      or    in     vvii.i.i.v.m     ;  b. \\ i-.iiKi' ki I / .   .    i.i o|)i letoi   wini,i]io������..'.:;;,':'";;.  vo the OLT) COUKTRY-  Ai,i,\:* i.im:.  hid-inv, fi'uu [inlii:i\        \pi-il IS  "V-to.'-raiUA.i*.  '���������    .lliniti'i al        .   ...al.-iy2  I-W.UI.VIOV   I.1VK.  Krnrcv.v. it-nil ll.ili'.i'k ..Ajiril '2.',  V vm ol v i.i.1. Ii'uu .MouiifJil        ....May'i  UKAYKK   LINK.  (l-'i-iiin St. .Iniiii, N.li.l  I.vice. (isTvluo  \pril I.i  I.aki: **i ei iouii.  \|i:*i!:*J  C'.vliin-fill aiiij upviards.    Ini, i nn iliiitu ������U*'.  ."-"ti*.*l*a^e,it ln'.i-l lMli.������.  I'.jss-ti^eis. (Icnildi tliiii,i|;li to all tmrlsof  iJii'al I'r'tiiiu iHi'l In ' ur!. and at -pei iallv low  rales to ..il I pin 'is/if, tin-' I''i*r..'*p''.u cnittiiiint.  . -Apply t.o!iU'ai-c^t:st'c.i,'ii.-iiiiiurrailwaya^oiil.to  I. TrSiStEtViTEIl. As.a',.Kovclstoiic.  Mr   to ^Vi'i.i'.t,v,.vi' S-i-rrr;   Cuit'ivil     A^u.^ PAGE .',"  THE XOOTEXAY 31A11,  Kooten-iy  Lods-e  ���������< - te.      <ri      ���������iP'X no.iiia.r.iii.n.'ii.  s        /^*7/ * T'c rcgiilar niuctmp  ���������^ *       ��������� ,-s-EP-       .11*0 lield in the Jin*  "'   * r**v       onif.Tein]ile.J"5i>uviio'-  - -jr. 'IStnST1, "������ "TIv?!.'���������   Hal),   on   the   thiiil  ^������t^3&MJ&. ^je-HT- "Moii-Iav    ill    cm eh  "'"^���������"Visa. ~J>AV!.'4 month   at   S    ji.   in.  "*TV'.2><JP-*    Vi.situiK    lire til rou  --"- *- oonli.tlly vvuloomoil.  H. IC. .SMYTHK. Si-i-ith'-UKY.  "REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. F��������� No. 25.  C.LINnMAItK, N.O  I'-'iriUrinoL-ti'ijfs arc liolil  ���������������;<��������� iu Oililt'ellinvs' Hall every  Tliiirs-liiy niiflit .it i-iidil  o'oliii-k. Visitini? lirnthurs  cordially welcomed.  K. O. LKWJS. Si:c.  gkr-AJStd  Loyal Orange Lodge No. 1653.  lteKiil.li1 meeliiiKs are held in  tin; Odd Kelldvv.s' Hall on t.liu  seoi-iiid ;uii! fourth Wednesday's  of   eneli   month   nl   7:'f<l   *i. '"���������  Visilint; brethren arc cordially  invited.  T. riTKKI). J. I. WOODHOW",  W'.M. J tec.-Secy.  'LOCAL AND PERSONAL'BRIEFS  - , Miss Edwiirds returned, Wcdiu-srlav,  from Truil, where .she lias licen visiting  friends, i  ' Dr. McLean   and    family(   returnerl  friini, liaii.T,   StiiifJ.-iy,   and   are   again  , , . '.settled down at home. (   '  You get ii goof I smoke when you  buv .'in Interior, La .Morena or l-Vide  of Kamloops cigar. , *   .  u Hugli ��������� Brown   is   ereeting  a   tlnee  stfiry suJflition to the Union Jlotel. It  is going ii]> rapidly.  -  Vfindall &. BeuUin are, ru.-*]iing tlieir  new building for the first. Tt will be  a very well appointed house.    ' ,  ���������J). M. Crowley will deliver an illustrated, lecture on illawaii next Thursday evening in the Methodist church.  A strawberry festival   was   held ' on  the baseball giounds Wednesday evening.'   Needless lo say everybody enjoyed themselves, and the strawberries.  d        'A good' cigar  -liter  dinner���������what  1    luxury !     Buy    fiom    Borthvvielc   and  ,you    will' smoke   ho   others.     Order  . early. **  '  .LP.  Sutherland,   of  Three   Forks,  came up on   Wednesday   to   meet   his  sister,'who arrived from   Nova   Scotia  the same evening.    They left   for   the  south last evening.   -       ' ,   '   '  '" Hon. D. XV. Higgins, Speaker of the'  ��������� 'Legislative Assembly, spent Ai   couple  of days in town this week.    ]-Je   went,  down river Friday  and ' will   make- a  ��������� tour of Southern .Kootenay,   returning  to Victoria, via Spokane.  ' Several old t'me re-idents of Uevelstoke were in town this week. Amongst  them were J. Widdicoinbe, Herb Lewis,  ��������� * Arthur Dick, Geo. Pollock, J. Atkinson,'Lew iSherrin, K'. H.i Kani-oy, A.  H. lloldich, and  others. ' ' ���������  Rkvi-xstokk FuitNiTUitic Factouy ���������  Crowley it Co. supply dualeis and storekeepers with betiding, couches, bed  lounges, spring beds, etc., at' figures  below importers.- Send for price list.  Opposite Central Hotel, Revelstoke.  .Send in your order for a home iig.ii-  to (J. JJortliwick it' Co., Kamloops.  They make the celebrated Interior.  La Morena and Pride of 'Kamloops  cigar. ' ,   **_  Prof. Carlyle, provincial inineralouist,  ar.iived in town Wednesday morning  on his way'to South Kootenay, vvhere  lie vvill spend some four mouths looking over the country, lie does,not  expect to be able to give the noithern  part of the district his attention until  next season.  A travelling circus struck   town   on [  Thursday.     The   show   was   not   bad. ���������  '   but the hangers on connected   with, it  were "men    to    be   avoided.     Several ,  "sure thing"' games were   played   with 1  success on   the   people,   and   cheat ing !  was resorted to iu in,iking change.     A i  iitraiigeca.se,   was  the    iesu!t    of   the  /circus*, in wliich a man  who   took' fioO  .from a'party here got away   for   want  of evidence.   ' , ���������  Jas. McLaughlin and J. Thorne. two !  prominent Toronto men who liave In en !  visiting  Ros-dand.   arrived   veslerd.iv. ,  i** - *    '  They liave   (.ought  some   pioperty   in !  Rossland and are going back to Toronto '  to float it.     They  are   lepreseuted   in  Rossland by W   A. Campbell, nnd will ]  spend more money in Kootenay.   They  are both loud in   tlieir   praises   of   the ���������  ���������count rv.  AJX"  Ball .Matcii,  /-*.  _ The ��������� .Programme,-  consists 'of Base  Horse Races, Bicycle i&aees, Lawn  Tennis Tournament, Atlileti  0  - ,     Sports, Rifle4 and Trap  i i a  '   -    ��������� Shooting-.  A .���������      '   . W. G.'PAXTQN,  e t r  yrsiy&ry*  i *  R.HOWSON&CC  WS.I  -Dealers in-  Furniture,  Doors, Sashes,  Dim-  &  Agents for Raymond Sewing Machine.  ,   Union    Fire   Insurance   Co.,   Provincial, Building am  Ouft.v.vs and Pian'os. " '   ,    '  lanuf.ictnrois Lift; Insurance Hocietv,  Loan Association  r-*u^^j(jcm.-a*pn'usfg;*<aig'jjsatt-*c. -���������^.ct-.t^.-s^.*.. ^.y-.,-. -���������^������������������a-.���������.������.������.CTc*.g~-^-~..*-.  HUTCHISON BBOS.  Consignments solicited of   Pioduce, ProviAion'A i'loLir.  i-'eecl,'  Butter, Cheese, J'A'gs,' etc., etc.  ���������.Retail  Dealers���������    "  In   l;lour.    I'Aed   ;ind   VegeUihlcs ,of all  kinds.    All Fruits in  'Season.     Nuts. Candies, Tobacco, Cigars,' etc., etc.  BED-ROCK PRICES.        '      ' GOODS PROMPTLY-DELIVERED.  Give us a sample order and you will never go back on us.  THE' LEADIN"  "X  Sopins Stock Just Arrived,  hhii  hdii  i    5  ~ZT     f\ *-* *-���������  . "   r ������������������ 13 * j  l 'I       Vi-i.i ^x  .!l  Avoid BnsK  u.  r^  A  ! VvrHOLBSALE  n  u  m  *s i  J>' fr=c  5  'i.  2   Ti  -���������Rf-t.  COMMISSION  "elstqke  <-��������� -Zi^.uvjjLj.jni..*.-s jl tj.  "u'tation---"-   ^m ^1  & -4 '^  ENERAL   MERCHANTS  EB1TELSTOKE   STATIQ3ST.  1887) ;...'���������  : - -.-Wholesale and Retail Dealers ���������  In Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Carpets, Stoves, Hardware, Paints,  Oils, Glass, Doors, "Windows, Miners Supplies.'  33F"We carry the largest and niost complete stock in this section. ���������  Ji RANG I-I FAS' at NOV DEN VFR.aAp NAKUSP.' ���������    ' ,  ' ��������� \   ������������������'  f5 ixxzv&fsan  IXiLSIES,   &b  BUS>ro-B: VdFtfCta IZ33TOI  Jtlj _Lj JLj fe j  a.  Jents. Furnishings;*, Drags,  Goods, Tohaeeoes and Cig'aps:  "Aihingof beauty ^������1^^-^  is'a house  itli' artistic  wall paper. , FAillcst and freshest line in town at Cilker & Wells,  POST QFFiGE STORE     -A_..���������    REVELSTOKE, B.O:  If you' want to reach the People in the North Riding' of West Kootenay  C ..."''  ,1 ' ' ' I. '  A YOU SHOULD ,  y/k(iw������ht������iiQ������  ���������<*   <1  ' Ai  You can sret it done at the "  h fe S I IPH  Hi  V3  i nw  \P-  " Office  ulNANYOFFICE''  m  ���������V  L.2  o,o ('   o*o  or O  0  0,000000  o o  o o o  o  o  o o o o o o o o  o o o o o o o  ���������'   .    ' ���������  "��������� REVELSTOKE, WEST'KOOTENAY, B.C.    ������������������  "5^ ������W  Has just opened, up a beautiful lot of  lOts  of Butter, Hggs,  Cigarettes,  . Cisrars  ������9  .   To Work in the Bend.  The Vancouver ('olil I->i<i*-i|H'ctiiij?  Jsyiuliciiti', who own soim* .iix ijii.-u-i'/.  <-l.iiiii.-i mi Fm-iicIi iiiul .McC'illiich  Orri'k*-*, ;ii-<' K"i"K '" tJ<*vclfjp thi'i:1  'pi (ljicrtics itiin -iiiiiiik'i-, Mr. f {.-i-kins  -;vi-t-< ui n in ii t������-il liy Ii. Willi-Lins, H. I'l.ii-k-  ixaindeer Milk and Cream  if  '*. ir  i'i  Jprlng Dress Goods and Trimmings,   .  illinery and Fancy Goods,  Q2sf   33  An:  LJ.  Oft  a; so a splendid range of the famous  Slater Boots and. Shoes.  5 r  *������* r\'  :.i (,*  Mens Crlothiiig* and Furnishing's,  iikii-c, Gti^ Li'ihU iiiul  r.iiu*  W'illsiiiMui ,' Capital,  Si,500.000.  Ko up K.-ci-.y t.i ,1., ih,. ���������i.-^mi.iHs ������...:      Manufacturers of EiectrA  .Orilllllll  il CS,    ('ll,l!    ("lllll"'  r.i'^'litiii^ A i i;i.iimI ���������!*���������  tors  He a."  on  ���������ill six cluims. aiul if 1'nuniJ -;iLi.-,l'.i< (ory  Will   Work  Lllflll   nil    Milium1!1.      'I'll!1   IJiLT  Bl'iwl   will   Vl-i.   1)1'     f.Ullllll*:     :������S     ,1     tfl'l-Ml  MOartKMS w-IlHsplaci-ri-aiiiii. .���������in.I il. iA jVIO"'"'^'���������*^     ''"'"'  "   "  ���������w������ll that an ���������ictivesl.-irt liki- t.lii.-. -.linuld j   . ,  lie III.UJ,. Hum-...           ��������� I ,,'l,,1'''' ,r'l!   ''���������'" ���������������>*"'���������   j     j ojii'iv i i'(l ,ll|i  I'  XXJL.il  1". I "1 -T     /j  rjLU'atiis.  rl ll.',!* III  NOTICE.  Cmnvilli' Slr"fit  I'H   ,iii\  *i ,iii  ihi j\oii i,  p!l mil'"-  Ii. A i;l:  VAriCOoVtF"-  s(,ll    0{   1  g  N'  w.  A J  :te  r-'X  For all duties.  /��������� .j  ��������� i''  Xr.-r  ; i  \ k v  "J7.ZJ~  \'\  .A  ;m, \'  i.i  ' ���������'!  vTOTJCK I.S HRI'.KISV CJV'ICV lli.il lliiiij .  ildjsafttT tlali1 / Intinrl iiirjilyin,..' In llu* |  Hon. (I/ilef (Vjrnini-riliiii'T'/f l..iml< .iml W'mk*- !  fui* jicnnis-iiirfi t<i cut find '���������iirry nw;i> linili.-r I  friini [!,i* fi/l!/j-iviii!f fli'Kirilnji] lainK ^lii.ttf-il on '  KhIi I'rtxk. I-inJctn ('iwiity. I>i-,lrii;i nf W'i-.i  Kuiili-in-r :  C'liuiiii-ni.lli1; :'t ><-iilJJ)-*.i"ril. i-orni'i- nt K'lid'  iii.'ott'1. timl-er i.-li'iiin wijjc-li iioiiiiiii-nii'; al fnol  of ritpi']ri; IlioncC wi'rft i   niik-:  llii'iirr unrlJi   IJ i ti/t-.      . __,-._,.. ^-, ,  ������n;].---:Jii^ia-,,.'.t.iti;Uiif:Li,.iH:i;I,,..)), ii mill-, i Mining and lio^.J E'-'^aliO iJro/'Cer art  /joi>*Udij:>j< i.-iij iii.'rr-;, ! r-3 ,  AImi  fi'Jiiuiii'iii-in''   diii'-lia.lf   tri.'Ii;   nimll1    oi  I ''���������',"' *   'f  liOX������i)rtoii Cii1'1k_nn r.'ii-l IntiV (iJijiimUi' A. .1.  i5col tV twa ii i i.l.u'i.1: "ilu'in.r iinrlli ������������������Inn,- mii  tuink 3J iiu'J'*-.: tlifiii'i! ������ii"i I.i mil's; l!i>-in-.  ���������CuiiP'i 1j hiiIijn; llii'iicu   wc-fl   '   mill1, riiiii.uiiiii-^  ^J^'"-" , i T!i'pj*r-(']it;itivi'o''Hi.- j.u'iii i*;i-  ^ni'-l1 inn /���������/ 'Ji.kIiiji'  In fill B*i'i hi-iis^ iiuu'l-or Ii.'-w. | '  .vA/,^uvAju>hyjosft;.,:'--f:''TT' ',  ,iHl J Afvi-:NT Ki/i: ti;/.m;t i;A,Ki;A'r;"v ��������� KVA;Nm!'OJ.;T. k awi/V,-.  CI B  ���������jroriOi'al G'o;n-  11..  FIRfe,   I lf-'l    A*  .Apff-nt.  ii Af.CIO'-INT Wi'.iVMi'S'  NORTHEY CO., LTD.  iiiii* 'ilc  XAKI'sr  C$4  & team and. ������Jo war.  IO^-tt-v

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