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KOOTiiNAV- RAILWAY
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Tl-i1 Vicloi i.i, Vancouver .'ind Fastei n
",   R'niiVny .'liiil Navigation company wjis
"Wrdi-'-sdiiv  formally  organised.   The-
question of,the building of a   c-u.-isL  In
Kcmlo.'iay line i-" no longer a m;iUer of
'    doubt or supposition.   If. is now ;i plain
everyday   fart   l iial   (In*   road  will   be
','hitili.    L'p lo I he present,   time  all   the
��� '  work ilia; !i,-|s been done along tlie lino
of   perfecting' ..���irraiigenicnls   fot    this-
road has f-c'/jj under the old  syndicating! ('('in'enl. bat with   the  organization
i(   n'ow   completed   work   will   begin    in'
earnest and wilh ii? lit,i]c'"delay ;ts  |'os,-���
siblc.    T.<"   r.inv'  company .>is   s:o    far
praciic.'.ily'n local 'concern   as  il;  is  in,
tile h.-ij'itls of Vancouver,  Victoria   and
Np.v   V/i'i-rininsiei". capitalists,   . with
Al.exnn.l-':- E'.vimr.^Xi'W Westminster,
W.    i,.    Nieo',   Vnncnu.���(���,".   and   J.   T.
Bel.nine, of  Wtiitu   Horse as the first
board of Ci'I'OCioi'.-*.   ' c, ���    ,
, The new company wiil operate' under
hull: dominion and provincial charters
and is the only  concern, with power l.o
rnn to 'he international bouiHiiii-v line.,
-r    ���   f ��� q- .      ��� '��� ,
JI i-s in i*:i:;::"i-im!i with   tlie piovnu'ial
subsidy   ilvit   the only   hitch  occurs in
Ihe'wav  '>f   beginning active   work nC
,    once,  ,   Th ��� '   gin eminent,'    however,'
si rinds- pledge/l io'i'/'iiii-tali1 lhe subsidy
' ii:   SI.!;,)!)   ������������r mile iai-yPtt mile's wh'ieh
was ri'viovd   ,'iri;'.'   Lime, ago, nnd'it. is
will!   th--  dei'mite  understanding that
thi.'-.wii; be di'nie Ihal tho organization
,w;ts (o-.i-iy comjijeto'd.       /    ���
li is the-le.-ire of ail interested in (he
new   ffti;:1** -i 0 \ * ! r* i   have   il.   1 hoi'otm'hlv
i . < >    .-        <s.., . . ..... O    y   ���
iiniieir.fiii.d I bar Ihe bunding of l.lie
Kind is* it; ;:n. sense of (he ''word ;i political (U'.e.si ion. b,:! ,-i liu^itivrss proposi-
tion p;uv iind siijiplf. 'j'jio L-oiinti'y t.o
'hi- opened t-,p is one of the richest in
.British Columbia, and the beneliLs to
be derived from, the. building of such a
line is so far reach ing'"as to be almost
be}*ond cih-ulation.
As soon ;is the provincial house opens
it. is understood thai- the pledges re-
���gaidin'g Ihe restoration of the subsidy
will be fulfilled and the actual consli uc-
qion will   be  begin  immediately there-
, after.     All   financial   difficulties   have
been pis'.,  out  of  I ho.question entirely
-by the ahaugement of to-uay, and by
early spring time the.grader's pick will
he busy solving the remainder of the
problem.���Province.
lur I be coming yi
\v,-is >* /-eli'i
exi'i'iil ive
tr : .President Deane
I, Ingot her wil li I he d \>ov
ii-i'i's',   and   I he following
gentlemen' wer" on ballot clin-'i'ii directors of tin' A ���soi.'ijil ion : Mr. Donald oi;iham, Vernon ; .Mr. ltobt.,lj;il-
fmir, Laugh-,*: Mr. W. II. Wood,
(.Jreeiiwood : (!ol. Tracy, Vancouvei ;
ilr. ili-tcnlf, ��� Poi't Itiiinuiond ; Aid.
Clicking, Nanaiii,o, and Aid. Gilley,
New Westminster.
-' The general ideas which r-eceived
assent, ill ihe meeting were that, i'oad'
making in, extra-municipal distiicts
should be kept, oul of Provincial'party
politics and thai, the work of the Association must, for the immediate future be mainlveducationnl,
Recruits Wanted for'South Africa.''
Lord Minto has received a cable from
Mr. Chamberlain, asking, for 1,0'JO recruits,'.' for (-Jeuer.-il Jfladet'-PoweH's
Transvaal Police Force; in Canada, at
live shillings per day. If this number
can be leciuited in the Dominion, then
ten captainiies and fifteen lieutenan-
eiesinlhe fniperial Army will go. to
the Dominion Militia. - '  >
The Militia Department will shortly
cans'' notices to be posted ,up through-
oiit the coimtrvocalling for recruits for
General , JBaden-Powell's Transvaal
Conslabulaiy Force. The pay for the
men will,he five,shillings per,day from
the dateof landing at. (Jape Tow i'i, vvith
fiee (r.'i nsporl a lion to Africa. '
A London cable says : ' " Lord Kitchener has evidently made earnest, appeals t.o the British Government lo
despatch "immediately large draft.-?,of
Mounted da fan l,ry lo hasten t,he. i>\id of
DESTRUCTIVE FIR]-    '
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Vi,::s (.Vil^niy Christmas  lilornin^.���
Loss $100,000." '
Calgary    was    visited  'by   a,   very
destructive fire, early Tuesday morning,
several of the fitjost, business blocks   of
tiie. town falling a prey to  the.   ibiines.
The bl,i::e broke out about 2  a. in.,   in
the basement, of   the   Clarence   Block,
ami" I iie   t hree-stoiey    stone    building
was soon gutted.   Then the fire spread
to the Eau   Claire   Company's   Block,
aiul   'the    Norman    Block    adjoining.,
I'j.nh buildings   were   badly   damaged.
The chief suffereis by the fire   are   the
Calgary Clothing Company,   CJlain ille
;t Pobert.snn, genenil  dry, goods,   aud
Jrxnator Longheed. the   latter   owning
both the Clarence and Norman  blocks.
The senator lost all.of his valuable law
library    and    papers.      Among   other
'losorsaie the Alberia Music Company,
pianos and organs; Watts it Company,
cigars; Calvary   Wine ,'it   Spirit   Company; 0.   I'i.   .Mitchell,   groceries   and
'chinaware; Crispin K   Smith,   and   PI.
W'. Ii. Knott.' 'law   offices' J^'-   Sullivan, "dentist; Messrs. Dodd, Evans and
other   tenants.    The   Norman1   block
was just- completed last week, and  was
a   handsome "Stone   structure.'     The.
total-loss is abon't ,.$100,000.    Most of
the, losses are insured.
'music was very good nid was supplied
by thoso two able virtuosos .Messrs.
Diamond and Cameron.'. Al'ier the
performance, Santa (.1,-iu'm came ou the
scene, and distributed the toys, etc.,
with which the Christinas Tree was
laden, to "the delighted children. The
wonderful get, up of Santa Clans, with
Iiifs, sage remark..-, in a rich Irish
Brogue, convulsed the audience.,;
During (he dance-which 'followed, it
was discovered   that the house of J, ]L
Voting, the Engineer of  the  s:
dean, was on lire. ' Thet
rush, but unfortunately too late, as the
house, had  evidently  been on fire for a
considerable time, and   was completely
enveloped in flame.''   The men worked
hard,' but not a stick was saved and it
was with great difficulty the adjoining
house   was   kept   from   burning:    Mr.
������ind Mrs.   Young  have the .entire sympathy of  the community.    The  origin
of the fire is unknown.
the guerilla warfare.    Some say he has
asked for40,(M) men. "
"New Zealand is sending another
.contingent and Anglo-Canadians are
wondering -whether, as Canada has no
national force in South Africa now,
the Strathconas being thciieMilt of
private munificence,, Canadians may
not wish to send a second corps of five
hundred mounted . men from the
North West, to be raised and equipped
by the Canadian Government."
The Good Roads Association.
The tinnu.il ni'-el ing of, (he As'socia-
tion was held \\\ Victoria on Tuesday
ISt-h, Mr. F. J. Divine, president, iivthc
ch.ii
r.    Theie   was a  large attendance
of delegates, including the lion. Mr.
McBride, Mr. J. H. Anderson, D.epuiy
Minister of Agi iciilture : Messss. Gil-
iiionr. Munru and Kidd, M.P.P.'s, Col.
Tracey am! C.ionel Warren, of Vau-
couvei : Mr. i ?/' .'.ithberl, of \rieloria,
Peeve L'li'i.a'i, of lb.-' Delia, and many
Other r. p;'--> '.ilai ive men.
| .'A re-.oii..Io') f.ivoiing the eslnbli.sh-
ineni of ('oimty (.'omicils for inain road
inauagemi'i1! aud oilier purposes was
rejec-led a.s premai iire."aiul an aniend-
iiiciil carriefl urging the Government
to divide a're.-is of lhe Province, onlside
nutnicipalilies, into po.-td Districts, administered by elecled Commissioners,
to aid the Government in supplying
estimates of road woi k ' needed and
supervising local expendi! ures.
L, was ;;|s-o re.-ol.v.-d thai. | he work
of c.s|,ah!i-.!-iug dislrjcl. goorl roads
eointuitfees b" cciiliiiued, ami another
resolution was p-it-si'd urging the Provincial Governmeiil, lo appoint ;i ]3ru-
vinci.il inspector of iligh'.v.rys, jiai l of
whose .liulies should be municipally
educaf ioiij-,1 iu the matter of road-
inaking.
it   -.v.-is
the (
n. i'i
"'    Grip and Password.
GHAND OIIDl"!"  OJ'" Til 13   OIUKST. ��� KII.V-
-   ���      1AVA COUNCIL 51 X.' LATrTUDK.
We have just 'learned on reliable
authority thatcertain followers of that
Oriental teacher of philosophy, Mahomet, are now in our midst and feeling it a duly we owe to our subscribers
we append a list of the prince-e-pnlls,
thus may our readers be on their guai^l
against these apostates :
Grand Oiie'nt��� 0. M. Snyder.
��� Grand Vice Orient-L. H. Buck.
Past Grand Orient���T. Mailer.    "
Grand Prophet���J. B. Scott.
Grand-Herald-"-.]. W. Bennett.
Grand Secretary���H. S. Wilson.'
Grand Treasurer���E. Bunidge.    '
Giiind Ward-smaii���J. Leslie.
Giand Yideite-.J. M. .Mc'J.ilhmi.
G. A. P.-r-W. Win.-or.
As,i.he(i. V. (>. aptly puts it':
One grand Array of Princes,
Scions of G. A. P.
Coward be he v\4fo winces
Oi lacks in ehivnh y.
One Monstei Aggregalioi:,
Outstretched I nun sea lo .-ea:
0 May All fully reali:'.-
The stern lealit v.
Revelstoke Good Roads Association.
A meeting'of I hoSe interested in the
formation of a Good Roads Association'
for Revel-si' lie was held oiv'Thnrsdav,
Dec. *:X)th. 'There were present "Messrs.
Adair.' M:;t;,it.i;ic.;k, A. N.-Sfnith,'Gro-
g.tn. Fraser, Gordon ;md Bennison.
Bd. Adain was appointed chairman and
Fred Fras*-i' secretary of the meeting.
'Th" chairman  spoke  at/some length'
1 fr "
upon' the objects of the Good Roads
Association, of the good done in different parts of Canada and pointeiLout
the advisability of naming a' good
sized committee to work with the officers (when elected) of Ihjs Association.
It was then moved and carried that
this meeting form ilself into .a branch
of the Provincial Good'Roads Association, to be known as the "Revelstoke
Good Roads Association."' '
Moved and carried that the followiuj.
gentlemen be invited to' meet in th'
city hall; .Wednesday, January'2nd.
1901 at 20' o'clock, to co-operate with
the city council and members npw
piesent. to elect' officers, draft by-laws
and transact such other business deemed nec-'ssary for the good of the Aseo-
.cialion thus foimed. The following
gentlemen were, named and the secretary instructed to notify them :
f.   V/.'Bain,   II.  J.  Bourne,   W. M.
Biowti.  L.  H. Buck,  B. R. Campbell,
W. Cowan, Ii. Donnelly, T. Downs, N.
T. Kdwards, T. J. Graham, G. PI Gro-
gan, C. liolten,' T.  E. ilorne,' A. Johnson,   J. M. Kellie,   G. B. Nagle,   Juhn
Iiohinson, li. Tapping, T. E. It. Taylor,
Kevelstok";  J.  McCallum,   W..R."Ale-
La ughliii. Litforme Creek ; F. McCarty,
Smith. Creek: C. II. Hiiiii.'.Gc.ldstreani;'
i.T.   I).   P'ly.i,   A.   W; Mcintosh, Rey-
! slone : C :L Rumens, Standard Basin ;'
: I.   T.   Di'".'.ster.   10.   .McLean,   Carnes
jCi'"'k:   1).   Woolsey,   .1.  P. Kennedy,
j Illeciilesrael ;   O.     Sandberg,     Albert
i Cai'ivon :  I*..   Adair.   Gn'elv Cieek:   S
Albert Canyon. i
.At the Springs Hotel on Thursday
evening the departing school teacher
���Miss A. W. Griffiths was the recipient
of a complimentary' .dinner and presentation from the' residents of ihis
.place. An elaborate menu prepared
under Mrs. Carlson's able supet vision
having, been discussed, Mr. B. Green,
on beh-ilF'of i.he residents, presented
Miss Griffiths with ;i go)dfWHtch and
- chain, expressing in a few well chosen
words the, high esteem iu which Miss
Griffiths" was held and 1 he universal
regret, .-it her depart lire. Wishingr-her
every success the company adjourned-
,to,t!he hall'where dancing was kept up
to,;i late, hour, i ���' ������
Uf Iiiiieipal, Coral.
'J he city'councii 'met on Friday evening with'Ald. Ahrahainsqn in the chair
and Aldermen Gordon, Newman, Kil-
pairick ami'P;i! rick present.'
Tin;, minutes   of   previous   meeting
were lead aud adopted. .        '
���'A communication, was received from
IL Tapping asking that an inspector of
'vi eights rind nieaswres be tippointed:
IL 11. Triteinan wrote in regard to
photos of Kov-dstoke and vicinity.'' '
(-. P-,.!L, Stipt. ,Duchesn<iy wrote as
follow--; "\'our letter of 20th till, re
reservoir siti' for city waterworks.'The
propose^ siit.- of the reservoir,-;'being
outside of the right of way lands but
within   the, company's  property,   will
Arrowhead School Closing1 Examinations
The   pupils   at   Arrowhead '  public
school held their  closing examination's
last Friday when   the pupils'took, advantage of the opportunity of- present1
ing  their  teacher   Miss   MeNaughlon
���with an. addiess and a handsome toilet
case.    Mr.  Thomas  McNaught.   J. P.,'
Halcyon   Hot   Springs, presided.    The
presentation   was  made  in a tv-v-it and
appropriate address  by 'Mr. Paul Mc-
"Jivaiy one of the pupils.    There was a
large attendance of parents .and fr iends
.The pupils acquitted  themselves'with
.���Teat credit.    Recitations and   sdiigs
were, given and each pupil was-presented with ii handsome' Christmas card hy
their teacher.
The result of examinations for the
first place in school iind for the medals
presented by 'Mr. Thomas McNaught
was also announced, Mr. Malcolm
Johnston being first 'among the hoys
and Miss Hilda Richard's being first
among the girls.
have lo hi; arranged t.hiough thu company's   land   department   with   head-
iiuiirlers at   Winnipeg.     The  right of
way for the pr.iposed pipes'leading out
of   the   proposed   reservoir across*  the'
company's station   ground   iind   yard
fracl<.s,""i'-aiu  authorized t.o say will be
���grained   to   your,'' corporation,   to   be
leased   for f,'J  years,   renewable  for,'a ,
similar term, only  subject   to cancella-
lion in ease the said lands traversed by
this pipe  line .may  be wanted for, railway   smelting   or such   put poses   aud
lhat.il would interfere with same.   In
this case l.he'matter of compensation,
unless otherwise arranged,'  would  he
si'tlied  by arbitration.   The lease will
also be subject  to  the  usual condition
of indemnity to the company in case of
damage being  caused by-the failure of
your reservoir'or pipe line.     1 have no ���'
'doubt. I.he  site  for the reservoir would'
be granted on similar terms.
���  A   motion   was 'passed  to .the effect
that  the  offer of the C. P. R. re 1-tnd '
lease i-s satisfactory to council pending   .
the passing of a by law for purchase of
water wot !<��.
Th/* council then adjourned.
Ten Tons a Day.
"Man's study of mankind is man,''
Then'"know tiiyselt" and be  ���
"As you would have othei^ b,- ro you.''
Full Of Moiai Atdeucy.
Pioselytizing will ci.mmei.f-.e early
next cenluiy. any membei in good
standing of any Iratermd society is
eligible. Of the meetings, of the couiij
and
Crowl.-'. 1? 'Velstoke Farms: .1. .I.Foley,
Arrowhead :   W. Ogilvie, Isaac Creek ;
LU.Hiill, HaliV Landing.
The meeting then adjourned.
Comaplix Clippings.
Oil
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night   l lie 20th insl.
joyai.le P'.i'ty Wits given by the
school children of Comaplix  which re-
fieets  great
About 200 sacks of ore a day i.s
being mined, at the Nettie L., the
greater part of which is sacked in the
���vorlcings. The new winze iu liie
crosscut from the soulhelist drift, is
now down about 00 feet and Foreman
Crilly says the lead is gelling stronger
and richei if anything, The couinc-
lion between the long tunnel and this
win/ft will be marie shortly thus facilitating matters considerably. Sonic
20 men are on the pay roll at the
mine,'while others aio busily engaged
in r;iwhirling the. oic down to the ore
house, here. The If air-horse teams are
also making two trips a day lo Baly's
hotel, while the loams bctwn.-'ii there
and Thomson's Lauding are moving
the ore as quickly as possiblj^ujidrr
conrliiinu of tin
Ivigle.
'Public School Closing1' Exercises.
' ' The   closing   exercises  in tlie public ���
���j'-hool-were   held   last Friday morning
a larger number of'parents being pres-'*
cut   than'on 'any   previous .occasion.
Marked progress wa.s shown in the ari-
vancenient made:   by.the classes in the
various rooms, reflecting   credit ou the
teachers who for. the term   just" ended
have   so   successfully   labored   in    the
school work:      At the'close of   the examinations the   scholars'were collected
iu the room of the third division where
;i   programme   was   rendered  together
wiih   di'iils  by   the   children   of   the
'fourth   and   fifth   divisions;    Several
speeches   were,   made ��� bv visitors all of l
which   dwell,   on   tlie'necessity for the
establishment of a high school in Revelstoke.     ''    '
First Payment on Blue Jay.-
he owners of   !he Blue. Jay placer
'claim,-Smith   creek,   'received   a  very
welcome   Christ inns    prese.it   on   the
21ih insl. when they  received the first
p.'iyi/ieiil of (heir  proper! v from E. A.
Ih'iidh-y,   i-pn cling  the new syndicate  of   Philadelphia   and     Pittsburg'
people who have bonded this claim for
ylO.U.'iii.'    'i'hey   \\<\\\   crimmence operation:- as sc(,;i -ij, possible in the spring
wilh   ;t   force of  men and   piomiseto
prosecute   development     work     with
vigor next season.   Themeiits  of  this
liropert.y  are  already  established and'
���villi   lhe   e.'i|ii!;il   this   syndicate  can
command   Ihev   v. ill   undoubtedly  receive-big  returns-._  Adjoining   claims
being  worked  on   the  creek   have  returned   handsome   profits    to   owners
during the pit.it'season.     The   second
laymeui on  the  Blue  Jay   i.s  due.  in
June.
^ork' on the Big Bend wagon road
in   abi npt close Saturday last
n   were .all  laid  off", the
* whole outfit
atisfaction
nen  nn-
on was
work
lenc-
een
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KEVBLSTOKE, B.C.,      -
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B. R. CAM VKFAAj, ���
PUBUSIIKK AN"D PllOPlUETOR.
Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum
ADVERTr-sIXG RATJ-'S quot on n.pi��li-
ciition.
J 01" I'lnXTINO of every kind nl most reason,
iiblo rales iiii;| .slicii'le.sl, notice.
ACCOUNTS for job pi-iniing or advertising
payable on the lirst, of every niontli.
COl'RKril-ONi'KXCI': on nil matters of local
or public interest in viieil ami carefully considered. All (���oiiuiiiiiiieittions.to tlio Kdilor
nnisl, be iieeoinpanied try I lie. name of tlie
writer, not noces-arily.for publication, but
as im evidence of youil faith.
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Reveistoke, B.C.
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.   ���      Atlin Votes Maxwell.
, The steamer   Victorian    arrived   at
���Vancouver   Monday   -morning    direct
fiom   Skagway,   which   port she left
Wednesday  morning,  making ;i   last
run down.   She brought news  of  the
lesult'of lhe election  in northern Bur-
rard���in fact Mr. A. M. Pound, returning ollicer for  Atlin  and Bennett, was
a'  passenger.     Mv.  Pound   was given
authority  to  hold  llm, election so late
as the tenth  of  the  month  in cate lie
could ' not get   to  Atlin before, and it
w.is upon   this'date  that  lhe election
was held.'   Tiie vote was as follows :
Atlin-���Maxwell of); Carden o!J.
Sm'prise���Maxwell 7: Garden 0.
Maxwell's    majority   ;it     Discovery
was lo.
At Bennett Maxwell got, JO iind Garden M.
The total gives Maxwell a majority
of 13 in the district, and his total majority will therefore be now somewhere
in the neighborhood of u.jU.���Province.
per  day  of nine  hours, which equal
'ftG:*! for a day of ten hours.    Here is a
difference  of   SI?,   ���   '" "
wage in favor of Ka ���   ���
is. much   cheaper  t.
This  means  that  a
horses are paid fully
hours,   less  here  th
Kamloops pays, its  c
the   same   rate   that    �����.^ k'v'"
him which is $2.50 per day of ten
hours. Now a driver has to work at
least two hours per day longer than
the ordinary laborer and as he should
be skillful he should command a high
er rate of wage S3.25 per day should
not be too much to pay him. This
leaves S].70 to the horse owner to
feed his team and ��� pay all incidental
expense such as blacksmithing, stabling, etc., and he. lia's the remainder (?)
for profit: How does he live 1 you
may ask. ��� Well he has to do its much
of his own bl;icksmilhing as he can.
Rehires ji driver not, always.skillful,
as you may'' see for yourselves," and'
pays smaller wages' to him than the
ordinary laborer gets, and, last but not
least, he will not- work for the city
unless there is no other work to do, in
which case lie makes expenses if no
more. ��� So far as T am aware every
other ��� branch of labor is as well paid
here as elsewhere. Why then is the
horse owner discriminated .against to
sucli an extent?, ������ Can the New Year
iiot,< be made to "Ring happy bells
across the'.snow " 1,   ' ,
J. C." 'Hutchison*.
SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Tuesday
evening in Oddfellows'
f?S      y/    ^24-1      ^.Hall    at    S    o'clock.
if ^^^^%>1 y\ Visiting brethren cordially invited to al-
'    , tend.
P. IIOOLKY, X. G. ��� W. MATHIE, Sec.
Thfi
'TIP ��*5
nhinann
I jf"X T3 P*3 8
$1 per cord at Mill
$2      "    .'delivered.
Prices Cut for Cash.
KSZSEBHH35   '
Fred Robinson,Managing Director
JOHN- V. PERKS PROPRIETOR
ear between hotel and station.
��� -��� REVELSTOKE, B. G
nt
to
^       Kootenay Lodge
1     No. 15 A.F. & A.M.
*   *   'J'hc regularnicetiiiK*"
'-^Z'HP" '    are held iii lhe Mus-
~        oiiie Temiile. Bourne
Hall,  on  the   third
Mo ml uy   in  each
month  nl   8  ]>.   in.
Visiting   brethren
cordially welcomed.'
II. J. PRATT Skcketauy.
REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. F., No. 25.
���Jzs. .ife^-rT-:        Regular meetings arc held
��� r$$7^}$M&A   ��������� Oddfellows' Kail every
WjfM^Ml^Tluti'-s-day nifflit nl, eight
���4!&��^^*f->>^'ti$ o'clock.   Visiting brothers
"P&{&'-%��$^ cordially welcomed.   ���
N. T. KD WARDS. N.G.       J. A'. STOMK, Sec.
COUK.T MT. BEGBIE
I.O.F.No. 31G1.
Meets in tho O.ldfc low
Hull on tho second and
fourth Mondays of each
month.   Visiting brethren   invited  to attend.
C. AV. MITCHELL
H..S.
Vto""'/rl "�����������-������. I ���      ��� I,
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ABRAHAlVISOli BROS.
PROP'S.
Mcwly built.      First-class"
in  every   respect.      All.
B. li.' ATKINS,
C. It.
r^j^esgafuan!^cas*imnai3iui:giUTi��waupgi?s
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VELSTOKE
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The official, count of the ballots cast in the Yale-Cariboe' election on
December' 0th was held on Wednesday at Kamloops hy Itettii ning.O.t'ficer
Macdonald. The returns from'the di liferent polling divisions were all received
with the exception of Deer Park in the Slocan 11 id in-; and Gladstone in Ross,
land Riding. The Otter Valley (West Yale) papers'were incorrect and therefore
not counted. The total vote polled, with the .above named places'to, hear from,
was S.-HS. ol which Galliher received 3,(')7G ; Foley 2,010 ; McKano 2,511 ; rejected
ballots-12: spoiled ballots S'S. Galliher's, majority' over Foley is 430, and over
MeKane 50o. An adjournment was made, for one week iii order to obtain the
ballot boxes from the places not heard from. The following is a correct
statement of the oilicial count: r    ,
I'OLIINC   Ul VISION'  XO.   1.
Consisting'of lhe Provincial Electoral District of   lhe JOasl Jliding of   Lillooet
B. C. Ore for England
&-."
f\u.  I
Clinton
Jjutiaparte ,    ' -    ,
Lac la Hache, 111-Mile Post
Lac Ia Hache, 127-Mile Post
JJiir Bar
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h'or the conven'ience of our friends
iind palroiis at a distance, we have    '
issued ;i special catalogue-of,
'fj^ Silverware, Cut Glass, Cutlery, etc.
Send  For One.
13
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p7     Complete Furnishers,
��
Victoria, B. C.
POLLIXd' DIVISION"   XO.
o I No. .'j
The coming of the overduCaDritiah j v-     ^
ship  Ciislle  Rock. 17?7  tons, will have ! ^()   r}
no small   amount of   interest to local i y0  q     <Q^r Qreei,
shipping inen   because sh- is charti-red    ^0   -    A^.iYl Lilke
to load a full cargo of ore for the United   Kingdom.      While   several    small
shipments of ore. fiom -30 to-VX) ton'--, i Consisting of the Provincial Electoral District of   the West Hiding of  Lillooet.
have been   made  iu some of the horn-* j "N*<..    \
bound salmon s-hips, lhe charier of th'-* j >'-j.    2
Castle Rock nuirk-  the initial >hi[/ioad i Xo.    .'!
of British'('olunihia ore.     Tiie news of | Xu.    -1
this   charter   cotii'--   a--  ;i  >urpri--e  to j >"o     ~>
Towif-n'r-ji.iiirjriet
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salmon,   for round-the-riom  husines--. ! Xo.    S    Pemberton Meadows. ' 0
Just   what  ceti-Hc*t  the  chartering of | , ,     I>0LUNC  mv,SI0X XOi,3i
sailing v,(-*;-*.'l;i to  cai ry ore will ultim- j .   .        ,   . .    .        . . ,,   .,
, ,   t,'   " ,,, ,   f, -i. j. ���, ,1.^, ,���   i Con-jisting ot the Provincial blectoral District ot Cariboo,
atelv   have   o;i   the   freignt mni ket is. >">
���i'  i
many  of tho*-e  v.'ho  have   never con- : No.  ��� .j
sidered anvthiug  imt grain, lumber or } No.    7
Pavilion
WiUmim Jiar Creek
Kmpjre Valley
'Tyauxon'Creek ,
C'idwaliiifler   .
McOillivrav Creek
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Incorporated bv act of Pjii Iiament 1S55. .
HEAD OFFICE -    ������ -. MONTREAL
Win. Molsox MACWiiiiKSON'; J?res.       S. M. Eaving, Vice:Pres.
Jajies Elliot, General Miinager
PAID UP CAPITAL - - $2,500,000
RESERVE - -. ," - -     ���   2,050,000
general bunking business tnuihiictcl.   Interest allowed on deposits ut ciiiTont rates.
J. G. I0LS0N, Manager,
BEVELSTAKE,,B. C.
uncertain   a-*  yet, but   if   the husi!-."-.���'��
swell-- into the jn'-iportioiis ri'iii'hec! by
the   Xi".v   Cil'
in 1   mv
hipim-nt,
it
will Ir.-ImiI, a i;ii'*st i.'.n cf l im>.'bi-iiui'
the ore from Ur!l;-!i ('n!niuhi;i av111
have jiLmhisI ,m mi, h iiillii"in <��� mi
the grain li'Mgh' m.irk.'l a- I he luiiiln'r
canier.-.-- i 'uli-m u .
CORRESPONDENCE.
No
No.
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3     ]3ark'.rville
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3 ftiH.-iiel
1 Al';xiindi ia
-"; S'.'la (.'reek
(i ('hikolon, lti\kie (Jiecl;
7 (milcot'-ii, If'iiiceville
���S ���'hil'-'ifm, Alexi.-, (Jn-ek
ii 1.70 .Mile. Hou-v
Xo. 10 '(Jiivsnol   Forks
No. 1 1 Keithiev Creek
X'o.  1 2 I larper's Camp
fU'e rlo rioi ii'ii'! oiw-i-Im- ri'siion-ilil'! i'or lhe     Xo.
opinions e\jiivs-.'i| i;\ our cori'i-iniiiilf'iii-'.J j
I leaver L;ikr
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The Wa��{ts of Te.inT-.tcrs in Revelstoke.
i']i;iT'ii{ iC'.'i'i ;���','. \ v ,M.\ii.
hn:.-
ii   \oiir   i ���sue   ii
f    Ur
i'oi,i.i.vi; j-ivi.sro.v \o. -;.
Consi-ting of the Provincial Klccloral J)i-iirict.of the Xoith
Xo.
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Xo.
i in loops
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Xorlh Thompson, Cfist sirle
Xoith ThoniDson, west sidi.
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Established 1S8G.
Incorporated 1895
I Company, Limited,
Dawson, Y. T:       Yancotiver, B, 0.
IMPORTERS ANI) JOBHEHa OF     ''
Tron,   Steel,   (.lass-,   Paints,    Oils,    Metals,   Stoves,   Tinware,   dins, etc., etc
Wl'! .MAKK A IrlPMClALTY   OF  SUPPI71F.S for Mines, Mills, l.lacksmith*
'liaih'oads', (Ji'iitractor.s, l/umbermeii, etc.    Aleuts for : ������
(.'i.ml rnwilcr fa.      l-'ali'iinnlj-r ."-I'uli'.s.      I'.i'iinet.l'-i  Kn^li-li Kik-c.      MiiJclIi'v.
Steel lliuiHi-s.   ,  Ciiiiion Aliiiintf .Sleel.      Si'iionci'V. t'o|i]ierlne.
Registered Trademark /'Sunset."
��nnaaia-MyJ��g-iitr'.'iyg'gna.-^gat:'vs��^^-i^ja^-^arxT
N'OTJCIf.
Tlie r<ilimiliia nnd k'niiteiiny Itailway iinrl
N'nvilCKl Inn (liiiii|ian> \vill .-111 ] 11 >' to t lie I'ni'Iiii-
nii'iit ol' Ciiiiiiilii i'l. il- iii"il w'--si(H) I'oi' :in Ael.
eNli'iiiliiiK' tin' lime uilliin Mlii-'Iiil limy '.'nn-
.siriK'i it-riiilw.iys'.mil vui"!*-. nl.-n mil liorixini^
I lie ('niii)iaiiy In own mid u|ifi'.i!(> s|,: tnn iind
nllicr vc-.i'l- I'oi- the <r;ii-i'i.i'^c oi" livij.'iil mid
|i.'i..eiii;ris on ;uiy nun.' .'iniiii'i'lril ivii li iiny of
lis i'iii| win ... .Hid   .itiiiiiiiilnir   *������'���������' '  ���������   " ���
$$r5&L&i
Tenders for a Lieonsc to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province 0$;' British Columbia.
last is #iven tin'   hcii'-dul
he paid by contraetrirs on
in^s in Karnl'-ops, the   si
forced by I lie   dominion
J should   like, ihiou^h
to  c;ill   the   Jitleiilion   o
Cilv Coun
ornmerit t
.ujo'and
.paid inf i ���
scli'ed ule ���'
iind one
hours,
of ten
CdV.ALVd) TI''\'I)I';i,S .'Hl(lri'.s:,eill(illie iinder-
IJ   hiwiir'd iinrl iniii'ki'd on (lie eiiveloiu; "Ten-
,, , .���    'ler I'or Tinilier I'erlli m." io lie opened on the
Wntili'r.il us' ils     l-Sl.li day of Mceciiiliei" next, will In; received at
1' " 'i'ttesdiiy, the
! to cut tini-
<? Section.'' 1.
I -Section I), the
1 and 14, the
- b-divisions L',
. 18. 10,24,30,
2.3, Hango 28,
-""Vi-. '    ' " '        ; abovePro-
^HiViS3,MkTB& i-sa.^ ' i('V.iirc miles, THE KOOTENAYiMAlL
(.'oi-s-istii','^ i./ ll
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by lion ' ���
7   Sp^ncefs Bridge
K    Ashcroft
'.)    Savonas
10    i.nwcr Nicola -
���]1    Otter Vailev
12   Granite Creek
I'd   'Princeton
J'OLLINl'   DIVISION  XO.'U. "
UonsisliiiL' of the Provincial Electoral District of the East Riding of Vale.
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2 Salmon River
3 Armstrong
���1 Enderhy ���
.1 Vernon ���
(i Lnuiliy ,
7 Peach la n'd
S (Jkauagan Mission
!) 'Ivelowna '
' ' '10 Penticton '
11 Okanagan Palls
12 Keremeos ,
13 Fairview
] 1- Sidley '
15 Camp McKinney
1(1 Roc-k .Creek
17 Jackson
18 West Okanagan
10 Olalla
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'    ., POLLING   DIVISION NO.   I.
. ''-
Con-istintr of l he' Pinvincial Electoral District of the ltevelstok'e Hiding of
- . ' '��� * a
West-Knot enav.     ���   ' ������
Jso.   I Ke'velstoke.
2 Illecillewaet    ,
'.J, Albert Canyon
4 Halcyon  ,
5 Glacier , ,
��� 0 Arrowhead     '.   ,
7 (fomaplix   "-*'
S Thompson's Landiug '
'j       !) Trout Lake
*   ��� 10 ' l-'ferguson
JI '^'ukus-p
12 Firo'Valley
13 Burton City
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��   POLLING- DIVISION NO. S. " '  "
CVnsisling of tlie Provincial Electoral District of the Rosslan'd Riding of  West
'Kootenay.      '.,..' -    '
1 'Rossland     '���        ���          ' - "   ���     "                     519 -223 2fil
���"> 'Tniil   "                                                                       31 53 SO   ,
3   Gladstone                    '.''"',,
.4   Casciide"                 *                                               ,    13 " 1 1
ii   Grand Forks                                                J          38 _"     SO <���          40
,.   0   Columbia                              '                                   7 .83 12
7 Greenwood                 ''              '                  -"       11,1 120- 53 ,
8 JHdwav                 '                                       '4 20 '      .    ��� 6
J),Phoenix                                                                   SO '       30 " 24
10   Eholt                      '               ,        ���                       3S' 19 "10
POLLING  DIVISION NO. 0.
Consisting of the Provincial Electoral District of the Slocan Riding of1 West
Kootenay.                                           ' ..
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If you have not already ordered
your Calendars for 1901 now is the
ii 'n ���
time to do it.     We have on hand  a
large assortment of samples in hand*
��� -       ..      . , '���      ""' <
some designs.   Call and see them.
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No.  1 New Denver.
2 Silvi'rion'
3 Sandon
4 Three Fork*-
o Whitewater
(i K.-islo
7 ' Ainsworth
5 Pilot Bay
��� !) Robson
0     10 Slocan Junction
��� 11 Slocan City
12 Deer Park
13 , Argenlii.
1-1 Newling's Ranch'
45
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41
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21
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. POLLING DIVISION NO., 10.
Consisting of the Provincial Electoral District of the Nelson Riding of VV est
Kootenay. ���,.,���'. '      '
No.  1   Nelson
2 Granite Siding ' -
3 Hull Mines
���I   Alhabiisca .Mine
.1   Vmii1 '
(!   Yiuir .Mines
7   Salino'
S    I'h'ie
i)   Waneta        ',    f
10 Kuskanook
11 Crest on
12 Kitchener
POLLING DIVISION NO. 11.     ,
Consisting of the Provincial Electoral District of the South Riding of E ast Jvoot
enay. '
No.   I    Wasa. 2
2    Fort Steele. l      -     - 10
4.J��-
4*'iff��f��
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We are prepared to do all kinds of
job printing* at reasonable prices. We
carry a complete stock of papjer for
all classes of commercial work. Give
us a unal. ��� ? ���
i'i
fit
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REVELSTOKE,   BO.
s-^t:
Kootenay Railway &    ,
Navigation Company
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS
Royal Mall Lines,
Cheapest Route to the Old Country.
Limited.
ALLAN LINE-From Portland
Halifax.
Xuniidiiin
Corinthian
252
355
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Fast
Daily
Service
Between
Atlantic
and
Pacific. .
Kirst class slcepurs on'all trains,
Tourist Oars
Pass Itcvolstokc Daily I'or St. Paul,
Kridtiy.s for Monlrenl nnd lioston,
���""tinilriys and AVednesdays for Toronto.
Opei'iitiufj Kaslo &,SIocan ltailwiiy,
International Navigation & Tradintj
Coin pan y.
Ot.tonr.ui
Schedule of Time���Pacific Standard Time j itSw-jui" C1
Effective l��"cb. 1st, 1900. '     Do������'on
"Kaslo & Slocan Railway
I'lissengcr train for Sandon and way stations-,
leaves Kaslo at 8 ii,ni.; daily, rcturnini*;, leaves
Sandon at l.lu p.m., arriving at Kaslo il.oii p.m.
January 2nd
oth
Jan. Gth
DOMINION LINE-From Portland.
. Dec. 23th
,"    29th
Jnny.   8th
"���    12th
UKAVKR LINE-Kroui St. John      Halifax.
Intornatioual Navigation and Trading
Company
Operating on ICooteiiay Lake and Itiver.
S..S. iNTi'itNATioNAi, leaves ICiinlo for Nelson
at, l> ti.ni. daily except .Sunday; ruLimiinK, leaves
Nelson at -l.:i0 p.m.. calling at Hnll'oiir, Pilot
Hay, Alnswoi't.li, end nil way points; eoiinect.s
with S. K. & N. train to and from Spokiuio, at
Klve .Mile Point.
Lardo-Duncan Division
; A.MKit   MA\K\l'l'.\.
StunniRr Alliertn le.'ives Kaslo for Lnrdo an
ArgciitiiatSitJU p.m. Wednesdays.
Hteiiinerseiill at. pi'inc-i|inl laiirliiig.**   in   hoth
directions, nnd a I. oilier points when  -.igiiiillcd.
'I'ickels sold to nil points in  (.'minda anil the
United rttntc-v '
To aseei'tai'i   rates, and   full    inforiiintion
address.
I.ni'|..I.T M.'VIXfJ.
Lake Champlain
LakcMcgantio-
Lake Siipcrlor
Lakc Ontario
Dec. 28th
Jan. Ith
���*  Uth
������-   18th
Dec. 29th
Jan.   5t!i
"   12th
"   19th
I-ansengcr." ticketed through to'fill pni-ts of
Great. Hrit.'iin and Ireland, and at specially low
rates to all parts of the European continent,
Apply lo nenrest, railway or s-tciuiinhip agent or
Uj���
T. W. BRADSHAW.  Agent. Revelstoke.
NOTICE OF ASSICMiT.
Iii the Ef-t'ite of the Kootenay Lumber Com*
puny. LimitUl Liiibillty.
I-ui-siuml to the " CreditorV Trust Dccrl.s Act
iinrl Ariieiiding Aet.i" notice is given tluit the
Koolcnay Lumber Company, Limited Liability,
wlionc places of business arc nt the city of Vic
torin aud at f'omnplix. H. C. hni-by deed dated
Urd day of October. IfKXJ, u.ssigncd nil their personal estate, credits aurl oiTcols which inny be
seized nnd sold under execution, nnd nil their
real e.sliitc to John Kredcric Nclliwcllof the
cit.y of Vancouver. I', ('.accountant,]*!! tni��t
for I lie general benefit nf tb'-ir creditors, which
dcerl was executed by the .s.iid Kootenay Lumber Company, Limited Liability, on llio third
day of Oetoher. IfHHJ. nnd  John   l-'redcrie Hclli-
,..,.ii ,... . |���. ���). i, ,i.x.. ���c dr-iobcr, 1JKHI.
i r- i 'iln Ki in uny Lumber Company;
1   i iilii"    iri   .cquired   to  flic  their
ii   I i IiU-'ii    proved as rciiuircd by
i n i ^ i n -i ��� i itie.s belli by them, oh
tin oi;. i.f i ii ��� .ing of creditor.*, which
i i !!��� .lor  1 i nl i y the 2nd diiy of Nov-
��� ���'. .i* J 'o in !    u* p. tn.. nt ibe office of
In.i.i I'n tic in- Hclliwcll. No. 319 IJas-
11 t. V   pi nil- i'-, D. c.
d meeting the trustee
thc.ti8i*cts of the triu*t
ors entitled  thereto.
' o cKins of which be
"��� 1 able after the
��� I    he said trust
��� ibuted toanr : THE; EOOTEN^YSMllE;
-r��
*\   -'
J
JV--.
Company, Limited
Wish cLii .their friends and patrons
a   very
iappv '-Su-'Prosoerous I
li     is,    C/ - ii
���   lor the'bco"innin'o* of the
./ o
~ J���
1 w//,:^^ jr^pnf r
.f';^a,A-^; f,>v'''ifi.ngAeases, -travelling
caSesf glove- and^haiulkerdiicf .libxes,'
i^F'- f ^'-yA,bHe^tff styles,.-it.j'pivi)i��la;
Drug & Book Co.. f A-".-.   f; f-A. f a ';yv.-. ^-J',
���^^m^T^ili^;;'^ ^jve fa, bnttlef of
'peiffuiiie to.yo'uivfriend^gu-eftlu-'f-vVryf
yest.A The Canada Dntgf '&',. B.ook:;Co.";
"has ajieautifpl assdrthieiit pif tbefveiyl
.���bestfFrihicii'-iftid English perfumed   oa
*fyfy:y.,' -��� f:f^,(' i$:E-   LEADING fSTOFvE."f-;,.f
'.'Tvitl" Mcppnald,' Who wasjodged in,
r,lhc local lock-up awaiting renin val  to
'^vainloopk   btvike - jail ;Saturda\*'vnQqn;
)>f crii'u'ling tlrrquglrllief
'iii -t-.l��>^ ""flV'Jtiiyj-JVi-.-****1''?"*"* iVicrc*".". lioiiycc" -"Ll-iVvtfrci ii v'
inst;illed,;,  !4ir\vas,;ri'ca|)ti|i'('d������'"'.'.���it' ���Ille-
cilli'waptniKl o^C'drted'to'Kitiniooiis'oir
A^VdJH���sdil\���:;''ff'AAff������''i:'������:fA'���^''f ;'ff f:: '. '���'",; :A:'A:f
.,A.' "flDiO.'
,^J'f.lMW;
!M-
ScSils-
.������������, iVe have;."just opened up ; if large .choice/stock of!fh>ry Goods'
--which ,.is .dieA.hest and; only  new'; stork...;,,  (|!,e cityf .'Tlio
'���' 'n 'ir'' -,,y!(';'' ;im'A ix^'t-slf pat t.fi'iiS t.hiit c,nr'"he pur'cbased.f
.Call. ;a,nd .st'tA its.' ���;.. Iia is - a   pleasure' tofshow:such excellent'
;;  gooilKiiiul rt will hiVa/pleasure I'or ^.Viv'"t<"> hi:\r t'iii'iuv.A ��� ���'"';' a .'a
LOCAL AND -P3SS3NAL ESIEFS ���'' '-00 ^ ���.VT"* ����"��^��i
recks seasonable greeting.
Goo.  ah'cl A'.   Lend ike c
'day from Ferguson,.
was in the city Ibis week.
iu* up i\lon-
.Siintii   Glaus    visited   the    Sunday
schools ol' thi!  Catholic and Methodist
  | churches on   Wednesday evening, and
1     r   -i- c  , i      i. i n      ii M-bf'..   .Presbyterian     and    Em-'li-ih   oli
J,   J.   iouni-'of  (hi-  C.ilsjjirv Herald   ���,,        .        J    . JJ,ln":'"   <M1
"    ' 1 hursday evening, distributing a large
number" of ��� gi f ts~CcTfCife'oli i hi re n win-
D;m. Dun'b.ar. of i-Vigus-nn, is spend
ing his Christmas in town
nected with these respective bodies.
 : -i
Woi
,'ork   Wits commenced last week in
Capt.N. P. Km,.:.-., ,.!' the Steamer j !^ ��' R R''f  H(,(;!'^'^ shops on ten
be.-ivy consolidated engines, which will
be put into  service  next year on lhe
Lardean, was in town Tuesday.
Mrs.'L).  M.   ita.- ami I\!iss Woodley
are visiting fiie.-n'.s ;il. -oolde'n.
;,f'-rMark.: all; Your 'fyjgj^G:?\%$,
fff-M^
injunction^foffvvery^iViiiii.in ;inyf\vay
conueclcdffwith H
lireiit'.ofVnuii'OadsIff It nieansfso little.
to. thi}' j.) a sse ii ge r,; 11 id,-��� yet; it s ��� i'u 1 lij i i'i en t ���
M'oujdfrelieve;i)iucli;c;ij
lhe'lii:tle..f;ii niy  off iiVeii ;whb;toiKliai'(:r
froii'i oiie eiicl  off���lh,e,; diiyflb'the bther^
1 a nd!;. i ii';f li ti n,d reds;;; r i f;! i nsian cfes -' ass is t'-
^<;.*;y ���-'.,">'>',v !l-.s,:!l.���.-,..!.���] 'y^MTft-T."!!-'? ij-'-^*-1'^P ^-:'y->*i t'tprsfii.
wheii it coines; to ma king :'close/co^u��'-f
/ti c'n.isj '-a s'Vi's 'oft"'^'^'-''! he'-. cf'isic'.i ri'.-tli.itisii''.;cl{i ys;|
::0,f-rai.r<>adiiig;:;v-^^
'��� ���!i'Afniiinf;wl.rii -;liiisv'iii'it'de the:-haiidling:
of-baggage iif s t ud y. 'sa id;':';. 'f ;f '���: f ������;��� ;;-;��� ;-Af';';,;
v.;-;:.;';. ���Why^is'f ��� if (:���;-; s\>. -Ai j i a..i.iyi-'. iie q p I i/vll o .'fi i o ("5
���:' li'ti y *����� fso i i'i e ;,;f::-i n i'(:.i cifj; .f' ri" j ifi i j ofiri't ������;; p L;l j ei''-._-i d "e i'i.'/f!
.;:tifyiiVgfniark;;piit.;foii;;ft^
fvalistfs?;; ;;Si in pi y?f because f they Hayc;:
fthef- gi'P;ite*l/;.of f'i'aLth, i n A-the: rail way
���������'.;... ���'.""���'..���.���"���:���' ���<���-��� '������.-'������������������ ��� ''������,������; V'y ���������.-.   ".'   ,,.-������������,-.������    .'���������    ���.���"���..������-,���'���-' ���-
,b"jiggagefii)eii.:r;ffTlTfatfLis ji;; coin jili men t,
fbut>iff;tfhfeyf,Jiad 'f^iiivy;id (-;���'��� hiVwfgreiitiy
; thisfwoulcl assfslii* fin pre veil tiiigfliag-
^^^M^^&XW^^Mt^.
,; yymmB
>\-
������y i
|fff^|pS|,r:.ti^
rt.��^wtfr^*yStf*j&^^��*n*^
Northwestern   divu-ions ofl he system   ,      ���    -   .    .--������,������������-������ ,i      ���   ���  i.    n
i-im,   c.,    ,i       ii,- ���      .     'in*  -g;ig�� going, astray .they inight .al  pos
ihe speed and,ban ing eapac ly will be      "    ;"   v '    ''::" :"v   ���^'^^-���x-^^y���^A -
j\Ir.   ,-nid   .Airs, (y  R.'McCarter and
family spent Cbii.sliiia-';it Banfl'.
an   increase   of  -15   per cent over the
ordinary wheel locomotives.
'W.'A', (i.uliilier, .^F. i\, e.-iine nn from
Nelson Sunday eu run! e for Vancouver.
W. I?, Innes, ;-ti';iei inlendent of lhe
Towser'-mine; I'Vr'-'iiMm, was in town
ior Chrisluiiif.
Chamber worf w.uil-o in good bote!:
experii.'i)ccJd wt-rl. -r. r'.ii-.*. S. Scott.
Kamloops. '    , 3l
Cor'y rMi-nbiuick, o? r.imlioriie. --pent
Christmas in t he iii v  n-turning  home
this morning.     ,
<       ���   	
J. Holland, oi Kumioops-. parsed
through on Xo. 2 ye^terdity en route
for South A I'i icitf
Since Hon. Mi. Dnnsmuii' became.
premier of British Columbiii" he has
been doing many things that make
him a unique character among million-
aire, railway men. The. "latest and one
of the most striking of these was lhe
suspension of alb I ruHic on Christ mas
��� lay"on the H. & N. and company
steamers. It 'is an order probably
with out parallel in the railway history
of Ibe world.���Province.
si blyAb'fi; i h d uceid ���', to luiy e so i lief in arlcfoii;
thei.iv;bii.ggag'e;::f;%;f''ff,fff^A.v
'";.f jj,.'":'^: i\e,l e��s<i.o p.Qii,f= ffdjioss ;f sui t fA cases-fan df
:itr ifinks >- i n f f t h t-s er Ada vs^f nun i'l y 4:i 11 lot) kf
al i keA.to y th e y ha gga gfeff cl ei; k's fan d-i hand-:
:lers,ffahfd,fi;t.;inay^b^
owners. ;;fl:liindi'ed?'of 4iistiinces.c6iildf
��� befciIt-d;^6f.av\'hei'0'At.vy.t> f;tiielf dftefii.fi'is'"
iniihyiis li ve i)ers()ns'lclaiu]ed;;tb,e;Siiiiie ;
-'PiGCtt;.of.f,l>a^gg;lge
f\\;ei'e:ptit G,iV.ff;Th|is;geueiallyfresiilt,^fiiri
fa;seai'(��� ��� ifti!iro11gh��� J.lieAlvbxesi-'-'wli'i'cIt- i.s .-ti);
ii'n hoy 'ing���-p:'roced ii vx\. lo 'if lief hi t* ii" asAv'el f
'.' ,-  yJ-.:P ���-���������.������.������...������'���'-. -.-'���:.��� ��� ���;'. ���������:-':���.. -g:. ''.���.���������.���..;.'.���,.
:a.iSs;.tiVf;tiV(v'���|')iisse,iig(iK
[o0^&iz0iMm&t
���^^���.���:.-..-:i^^u;ielot4ic^A^iife/;iisIiiibby-th
A';-,.:"..- ������:-,''.S*--'t��v��.s it.-'in.-itjci(Jy,i-A\-;xnfe'i;6 kiio\vry6iii':>
A v f.AAl,il:'.,ir,;;0IA("(;nl;>i "I^l(iorJM JVtlO ClolllOS ':
;���:;;>-, v.:..:;;j(:|!i1n'aL,:i,,ii(l;.-el(!ii.iiwl;.-ii)'-!iobiL.sLylt)'.A'-''
A   ;',(;f).|I.,O'AS<;iidiJ0st;caWt.Av ';-A'a;;a, ;,a -f-
ASamufel;|^e^h^
".: fr'---'f'^;..i;k^i;<vijlislV��;*iI.:ivf^WrR^f'''.'<��;f;'::'f! '-V f 'f-y
A ���,.'^t^Jc'?i-yA UjiiuiiflistLp^Sl'to]): :f;.f i^f'f-fff.:?):
:Mff;^.;^
-5UKGE()Nffi'fq:frri|^;Ji\f:R^^
^:^^- ,;':ffc:f;'--f.-"f^A^liff'ir^Oflj^'ICMli.yf."���'.;;Afi':ivffv*^..<.f:.^V^"fl::^
Mark'- y p u r fba'g'gilgi %",.;.���
1S1
11 fi tra ara q.-o?.
HOTEL VICTORIA
...jnDenu��.fff Aff
M
i
'4&\
ISi
The grand mau-h   <it
and L. A. Ball.   New   V
commence at 21 o'clock.'
ii-   B. of H. T.
ear**  i'.ve,   will
.:,,,, ;i;;;.;;.; f f' 'f-sf ff uif f fcr / i rt Jfi ri <> t>'f f f 01) ijf Vtif����� \ f e t' f. p''':
; fff;; f:Aindre ;exleiipiv(i:s';.,bckf;of'articl.efs"
,;f'f r\: ffytff I1-5'* I lib. ������and-beauty: 4 liair'iif
:;f"^ffA;f;t]iR'::f��Ui^
;, f���Q'ii'r'.'fp.e'rf.uine:-- fi>r;.;ft;|ief aIuj]i-f:.f   .f
'diiy -...��� trade; nfref lllo fpride������.'6'ff-:'-.ii'l 1;;V    ' ::fv
our pui'clias(M"s.'f.f\Ycfiiave fioiiie f-f'a'-'
rare  priff,u.jr*.'es.-f:fa'b f"sciirteffiarely Of'. :..:
flowfpric:es.'; ;'.-wf A:v';-':'f f a :ff '-f ������������'��������� y^^-'y^.
'pf^Bf!;^
'^^if-W-V^'fpi^
:'^!7'SJjs^V^'^t^
-f ������'��� W';^AAAA":'f7\'���-ti'''1''Citflf:;(;".;fyfy "A-y'yy-:yr~~(-.yy
.'���!-:'Idoiiey.to''16'iViT.-i-'A- ���''������'' A'''AAA'AaAA^, y,Y};,yyy,::yy.yy
iAOliiccyAltevel^ffike.BAt!.:.^)!'!^^^
'���Q%9y&��Wf:^
f:f::;.1vCi,V,?-^!'0J^/:*5' f'��� :f>;f' fffortfSloole, fB.fCf;ff
Christmas Day ;.\-i- { niivenc.l by the
Cit}* Band lurnin ,* i.ii: ���::. I ivm.-'. i:1.-
an open air coii'-e:\ ou par-i:!'*.
The Ile\ t-ift  \ ���
ceived an   iu\ d .
hockey   tour n i1 i
month.
Piintii) ll .*"-' I ..
son, Of   Hie   I.   \
went MJiitb ?.i > i
their vac-it;    .
A.  C.   Tie.',      i
"World, Bo--1 i
day LHi-niUL
lowing mi"...
Mi-J,., i'.^.
ing lor   -i cii
retui lied   \"    . i,
home in \',iiu ,i
The W-vi-!.
(,'o. Ins i>,-,   ,
tWO   C'.giil     11     .
be   able   to   ���
biMid of r i  . .
J   IH'        Oil.    '
pielialloli     i    i
tb"V  ha\e   b '  i
master   Ji.   n.
him on ( io i*i'ii  i
pi |it",.
ii: .i
lia-.v Oy-acrs
Turtle .Soup
li'.i'.cil .-flnrgeon: Atielnny
--*.'" f.(.t:ilec
io ry. Civtji -i ,e .] ^Iu->.ioom-
���I -.-.ia,. .   "
3 I'l  L-'    (jfj
���.nice,      .AAA'
Oliyorf
i'iKC.dii-I'"0v'
iH<ci   Voikshne 1',1,'hhiiw   f,,1   ,ff';':
Ito ist rftull'.il Vutiiis Turkey
Aiiioniilkido ASlierry,,'.
: CluifciuifJI.ii'gaux.'.(���'���
' ;:>;������; '���f.-Vff.Lii'.Rbsc/c'
mwm
?r\
<3,
A])]>U .- nit.
IiOci-l iLiuiio;, of Venis'tiii'
B> I-
-J .
'i-h'O l>r,\ Vi'ji
l_
I' arn )' "(Win/, n.-u.rlj
��� i i'ii;m-<ii   .le'ly
��� tiifi.
',!
fAA f ���-As';,'iii"ii'gt|8,
ff'/���'     .Alinc'O I.'itv
'���'itrj^tiirvo Cixh:j;'';�� '..������?.
���'..X.nisitn'rtfi'tui.s.in.s
Aykeriii.'in .Li iti ran tie Dry
f'ffffAf';' Jtoynl. :,v'f;::'f>\*:,,f
.O'.'Vrr. Mumin's Kxtra Iii-y
.'-I.ciljei'tii'oli's'l'oi't'.
-i.i'-jr. c he -"
(   ,j!|i  I
��� ..M.'ii-a.sehiii'.o'.
���... ����r tis,f
"fff ���''..:: f:-."f ���."The. f Druggist;" <:'fff ���������';' f;f-f'"
REViELSTOkE STATIQN, B; Cff
'���$i^y'-?:', --"'A .'.f ;'.������"������:.'.'S.-.;;- ������Vv'-':' :;.", : ���'&?
$f<-fA������ ' fANDs'SIV10KEAAAfA
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fcfeeveis
:d:ilAii:'fil!jlll
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a UNION  LABOR;;  ;    fi
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...luniiiin;? Iielwccii Arf-oivlieat! iind Tliouisoii's,
l.!i.iiiliii|jf-i:f.inu.ik"iii:iii;.r',luii'e Ki,'l:;i)(i, will sail us
lullinv-i (iv'c.'UIk r iiei'iuinin;:):    ���-' ;     -     -' ���������<���.:
.,���' r,ciiVe  Ai'i'iiwnciiil   IV.|'  'rii'riiiSnnvs   I.iindintr .
iiihI (;oniiip!i:c;il 7k. (Ini'y.   ;     ..A ... :,
���' IrOii've . Vhoiiif:fiii"s-.. l',i).iiillit.'<-i'ii)i'i t'oiiiiijiiix fur '
AiT'iiyheic!.in.-j;k;  (liwIy.-ciiimeetiiVK'. with nil.
C, 1'. It. l.r.'iir,s ,'iiid li.-.n.tH. ���' .���:-��� ��� " ������
Tiie owiiei'^i'Csei'vu lhe i-iKhl: to elimiKe times f
ot-k-'ailinys'wn.hoiiL mil.iee.-  :   ,   .
THK l.:i;Hfr HOIilKSOX LUMllKliCO. IVTD. '/'.
���'....���'���/'""��� : K  IWijlKSON,    A   A'-';
'."'.(.������ ���",'���"' 'Miiiiii^ii'jK Director, . ''������
���HOTICE*.
.Ladies1...  ��� '
.'-   V^aicfies.
' l.iidics' .Of taste:
:ii.i|.uiire our nioek
oi' wulelies! ..We
'hiives'oiiiedeliciite
ni.ti'.'ic.l'.iy'e i'ms'cs
I tint conlniii re'li-'
n.iile .\voi'k.s.-,'l'heWo
\v.-i'u;Ik';s     iii'(,'.   not'	
.oiily'r.eiuilil'ii.Ulio.v-l  I'lirlialiii-iu, (if ,('iini\,l.i'-i'if'iis
- DAVID.-McXICOM/.inil THOMAS .TAIT, of
i\1imt.i'e:il; am!   I.!A!;|;.Y   AHHOT'I' and GKG.A
A1,i;l,. i'KOW.N", iii:-yiiiii:'e:iiver,-iii-'Um lYovinee
in. hnl.ii-ii (;.,:!i!i:!in;. feijiiiivs. iviil apply l,o,the
Hi-'.* I   Sr����t;if in f'r\i>
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