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The Miner Jun 24, 1893

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 ��������� The Mines in  Kootenay arc Ainonj.  the Richest, in  America.  Kan .  TheOres   are  ^Zi^Si-ttrailc    m <T<old,'  Silver,  Capper,  aiisl Leiul.  NUMBEE 155.  NELS01J,  BEITISH. COLUMBIA,   SATUEDAY,   JUNE 24, .1893.  $4 A YEAE  THE   KASLO    WAGON   ROAD  IT  HAS FAILED  TO  MEET THE PUEPOSES  POE WHICH IT WAS INTENDED  The Mine Owners   of the Slocan  District Kcffnsc to  .Bear.'  any   Share   of   the   Expense   Incurred   in  Pushing Forward the Construction���������An Attempt  to Sidetrack it into the Payne Group.  The Kaslo wagon road seems fated to cause  entanglements. When the road was first  mooted the mine owners whose property the  road would serve were waited upon with a view  to securing their assistance, and in many cases  this took the form of ore, which was to be paid  over when the road was constructed and was  sufficiently to their liking. On these assurances  the townsite company, backed by.private enterprise, proceeded to push the construction, but  as the mine owners were never sufficiently  pleased with the road they never chipped in  their ante, and the road has gone into debt.  To recoup themselves the road builders decided to hit the Government purse, and by  obtaining a Government grant have sufficient  money to make the road satisfactory to the  mine owners and receive in return their subscriptions of ore.  This  week  it  reached  the  ears of the  Gold  'Commissioner  that  the  road   builders in their  .efforts  to please, were training the road up the  mountain side for the convenience of the owners  of the Payne group of mines.  And now the Gold Commissioner is off to  KaslO to take a look at that wagon road, and  he has registered a vow that if the road is not  stretched out along the valley towards New-  Denver, and kept there, there will be little  coming to the road builders out of the Government appropriation of $10,000.  CALAMITY AT SEA  A  British  Warship   With 475 Mesa.   Aboard! ttoes to  the   ISottosn.  A rumor comes from Spokane to the effect  that the Victoria, the flagship of the British  Mediterranean squadron was run down by one  of the vessels of the squadron and sank in  fifteen minutes with the admiral and 475 men  aboard.   '        That Spohanc Sanelter Again.  The latest phase of the Spokane smelter story  is  that President  Hill, of the Great Northern,  has become interested,  and  with  Andrew Car-  nejyie formed a company with a number of New  York capitalists having bought out the interests of the original promoters. The negotiations have been going on for some months, and  I understand will be completed in a few days."  A Lave Mining Company.  From Golden comes the news that actual  work has been commenced on the Thunder Hill  Mining Company's property.  This property, in East Kootenay, was discovered by James Brady, the present superintendent, and through the agency of W. H. Bain-  bridge, in Victoria, a -joint stock company was  formed and the original locator retains his  interest with the office of superintendent.  The Thunder Hill is a low grade property  with a great ore body, and the ore is so easily  mined that a handsome margin remains after  paying all expenses.     The Thunder Hill Com  pany has  set  a  noteworthy example to mine  owners in Kootenay.  Probably if there were not so many gilt-edged  propositions in the country there would be  more actual work done. Toad Mountain bristles  with promising prospects and mines, but the  hum of concentrating machinery will hardly be  heard for many years to come.  MDTEBS STEIEE FOE HIGHER PAY  The 91iu.es May Close Down���������General Mining  Notes  from all Farts off the Country  A despatch, from Wallace, Idaho, announces  that  the  carmen   and shovelers at the Frisco  mine struck   work  when  the manager refused  their demands for an increase  from   $3 to $3.50  per   day.    The   Gem   mine  also  closed  down.  Manager McDonald has offered to put the men  back at work at the same wages, claiming that  they  were  hardly justified in doing this while  the market was so low.   Should this proposition  not be accepted it is claimed that a general shut  down will follow.   The Morning Mine at Mullan  is making arrangements to close down indefinitely  should  similar demands-., be   made  upon  them.- -A- demand has also been made upon the  manager  of  the Tiger mine at Burke, that the  hoisting engineers   work   eight   hours a  day,  instead of twelver hours, and if the  demand is  not accepted   within a given time a strike  will  be ordered.  Wallace, Idaho, June 23.-^The Frisco mine  paid off yesterday, and the Gem to-day. Buth  will close down indefinitely. The Black Bear  will close to-day, and the Morning Mine next  week. The Tiger mine closed down, but started  up again this morning.   .  KASLO NOTES  [Examiner]  The contract for the wharf for the use of the  sampler was 1ft Wednesday to D. McGregor.  The piling on the new Wharf was finished this  week.    The piling will go up now.  Contractors started work on the Presbyterian  church  on  Wednesday.  The contract for the sampler has not yet been  let, as ^changes in the plan to suit the slope in  the site will have to be made.  There is some trouble about the title of the  land occupied by the Kootenay Powder Manufacturing Company. In consequence of this the  company has been approached by the people of  Nelson to remove their industry there, and as  an inducement have offered them a good site.  The Examiner reporter went across the bay and  interviewed B. E. Olsen, manager of the corn-  company, who said, " Yes, it is true, and we  feel very like accepting it. This business would  employ several men, and they would manufacture as much as 1,500 pounds of dynamite per  day if we had the demand, as we could sell all  over at prices which imported goods could not  touch." ���������      ___  The   Kelson <& Fort Sheppard.    ���������  There are upwards of 500 men employed on  this end of the Nelson & Fort Sheppard railway.  There has been no noise made over the construction, but the work is being pushed forward  quite satisfactorily.  Much speculation is being indulged in now  concerning the whereabouts of the passenger  station and the terminal shops. The concensus  of opinion seems to be that the passenger depot  will be in the rear of the president residential  portion of the cilv and that the terminal shops  and freight yards\vill he in the townsite of the  City of Nelson, familiarly known as Bogustown.  There is that in the air which speaks of a very  lively autumn for Nelson real estate.  The changes which have been made in the  route have greatly improved the road,  Work  has  Hill mine.  been commenced on the Thunder  CHAPTERS OF LOCAL HIST0EY  SET OUT 129" BEIEF FOE THE MINEE'S BUSY  EEADEES EVEEYWEEEE  They Kccitc the Thousand Ottle Things Which  When Woven into the Wch Make the History off  a Week.���������JList off Those who'Have Visited Nelson  au������l their Movements Since.  Jack Harding, of Kamloops, is in the city.  F. G. Christie returned to-dayfrom Spokane.  John   Hirsch  left   this   week  for.Trout Lake  City.  P. W. Scott, of New Denver, was in the city  this week.  Perry's new map of Kootenay will be out in  August.  Commodore Buchanan is down from the head  of the lake.  McPhee & Whitesides have started work on  the Nelson Courthouse.  J. A. Kirk has returned to Nelson after an  absence of some months.  T.A.Garland is inspecting his store in this  city.    He will visit Kaslo next week.  EH. Hughes came down this week from the  Mountain Chief, and has returned again.  J. C. Drewry, of the Toronto Globe, is now in  the Slocan district, looking into the mines.  G.W. Holt, manager of the Bank of British  Columbia, took a jaunt to Spokane this week.  H, J. Scott, Victoria, B. C. general agent for'  the  Hamilton Powder Company, is in the city.  D. C. Corbin, President of the Spokane Falls  '& Northern Railway, was in the city on Sunday  last.  Constable Robb* of the Provincial police, has  left "Victoria for Cariboo to act as guard for the  Cariboo stage. '  G. W. Coplen has a well-written article in the  Spokane Review this week, descriptive of the  trip from Spokane to Nakusp.  Eight or ten new buildings are being erected  and various additions and improvements being  made on other buildings in the city.  Tom Brown, of McGill College, Montreal, is  in Nelson, and will spend part of his holidays in  prospecting and gathering information.  The Columbia & Kootenay Steam Navigation  are having new offices fitted up on Stanley  street, next to the Bank of B. C. building.  George Grisdale, of the Hudson's Bay Company, will leave on the first of the month for  Winnipeg, where he purposes establishing himself as a real estate broker.  Frank A. Heap, of the Big Jam, on Duncan'  River, was mrrried in Kaslo on Wednesday last  to Miss Emma Heath, Rev. Thos. IT. Rogers  officiating.  J. M. Burke, W. Baillie and C. W. McAnn  have applied for incorporation of the Kaslo  Wharfage, Storehouse & Drayage Company,  limited liability.  C. Hamber has made arrangements to attend  to a speedy release of merchandise detained at  Nelson for payment of customs duty. ThijS will  be an accommodation for merchants outside of  Nelson.  Detectives looking up evidence in the trial of  Ursula Juanita Unfug for the murder of Thomas'  Henderson Boyd report that two of the women  wanted to give evidence are either in Nelson or  Kaslo.  In  order to  accommodate visitors to Nelson;  during   the    Dominion   day     celebration    the  steamer  Spokane will  make an early morning  trip  from Kaslo   on   Friday,   June 30,   and- a  similar trip on Saturday morning.  i  ��������� trAaf  ������������������;* ������1  -'*.*���������'.!���������������& THE MINEE: NELSON, B. 0., SATUEDAY, JUNE % 1893.  II  M  'fe-t-  m'  -fji  ||  ;&���������".!,''  ���������'$#���������'.  THE SALMON EIVER PLACERS  OVEE  ONE   HUNDEED  PEOSPEOTOES NOW  IN THAT DISTEIOT  They are Anxious to Buy Their Supplies in Nelson  and Have Sent up a Man to See if tlie Present  Trail Will toe Put in Good Repair for tlais Purpose  ������������������onsideral Capital Already Invested There.  Charles Hill, the representative of a Spokane  syndicate, who has been prospecting along the  Salmon for a likely piece of hydraulic property,  arrived in Nelson this afternoon.  He reports the outlook very bright, but complains that miners are compelled to pay fancy  prices for provisions and supplies, and while  here he purposes making an effort to interest  Nelson merchants in the Salmon river trade, as  their prices are considerablySower than those  prevailing in | the present sources of supply.  There are upwards of one hundred men along  the  Salrnon, and  all that is  hecessary to the  securing  of this  trade for Nelson merchants is  the putting in repair of the present trail.  Hill reports that a mining expert named Re-id  has been engaged to superintend the working of  the  property owned  by Gorkow the  Spokane  brewer.    There are  nine  men  at work on this  paoperty which is situate  about one mile below  Six-Mile  creek.     Considerable ,rnpney has been  spent on this property and as soon as additional  sluice boxes  can   be put in.      There are nine or  ten men at work on this property.  W.J. Wilson and   Vedder h|ive nine men  Hoc. Mysner report a rich fi|}d on the South  Salmon fork which carries peacock silver. The  locator of this property is taking men up with  him and at present refuses to divulge the location of his find.  There are seven men at work oh the Good-  fellow  claim, a couple  of miles below Six-Mile  Hill   met������ Judge JDunning of Spokane who is  on his way to open up the Oread, a steel galena  property situate one above Six-Mile creek.    The  Judge has other properties in the same  locality ,  which will also receive attention.  Ore is being shipped from the Mountain Chief  to Kaslo.  The owners of the Best mine have already  invested $9,800 in their claim.  Men have commenced work on the Blue Bird  trail, getting it ready for the packing of the  season's supplies. \  Some $13,500 was sunk in the Lucky Jim  before the ^recent strike of solid ore rewarded  the pluck of the investors.  The Poor Man stamp mill is working steadily  and it is expected that the first clean-up of the  season will be made in a few weeks.  A tunnel is being put into the Northern Belle  by Bob Jackson, acting under instructions from  Dr. Kilbburne, who is also owner of the Lucky  Jim.  W.D.Evans and Wm. Davidson have recently discovered a four foot ledge of gray  copper five miles east of the south end of How-  ser lake, on Glacier creek.  The owners of the Lucky Jim had spent over  $13,500 in development work before the beginning of last week on the strength of the rich  indications of a wealthy ledge. They wer^ just  on the point of abandoning the claim when  they made a handstome strike of a hve-foot  vein. The, Lucky Jim is owned by Messrs.  Rodley, Williams and Kilbourne.  J. H. Thompson, the locator of the Blue Bird  mine, is back in Nelson preparatory to spending another summer on the hills. He will have  some development work done on the Grey  Copper, a claim in which he has a joint interest  with Chambers Whittaker and Becker. A  couple of men have been at work on this property, and they struck a vein one foot wide  carrying good clean ore which went 152 ounces  in silver and 70 per cent. lead.  Recent mineral discovers thirteen miles east  of Bonner's Ferry has caused considerable excitement at that town.      The district is known  as the older Bpulder district. The ledge  measures twenty-seven feet across and lies in  carboniferous lime walls, with indications of  granite formation. The average assay shows  33.6 per cent, copper, ten ounces silver, $6.00 in  gold. There seems to be unlimited quantities  of Ore. Twenty-five prospectors left the Ferry  at the beginning of the week for the new fields.  Photo Survey Work.  J. A. Kirk, of the firm of Kirk & Ritchie,  returned from the Coast on Thursday's train,  bringing with him instruments for making  photo-topographical surveys. By the application of photography to surveying plans can be  prepared showing the relative heights and distances of the physical features of the country  unknown to any other method. This information is usnally obtained by laborious and costly  personal inspection, and it is thus rendered  available to property owners living at a distance, and has the further advantage of being  always available for inspection.  School Trustees Eleeted.  Despite the aching void and consuming desire  to vote for something or somebody which has  possessed the free and independent electors  nereaboutjthey failed to take advantage of the  first opportunity presented since J. M. Kellie  fell from the fence into the Government  kitchen.  There was barely a quorum of electors at the  meeting called to elect a board of trustees for  the Public School board. T.A.Mills presided  and Edward Applewhaite acted as secretary.  'The electien resulted as follows : E. C. Arthur  (three year term), W. P. Robinson (two year  term), G. Robson (one year term).  A meeting of the shareholders of the Nakusp  & Slocan railway was held in Victoria on Saturday last, at which the following board of directors were elected : A. W. Jones, Johann Wulffi-  sohn, C. G. Major, and A.J. W. Bridgman,  secretary. w  Captain Torrens, of Boston Manor, Hayes,  Kent County, England, was in Nelson a few  days ago, accompanied by his wife. He had  just returned from a trip around the world, find  came into the Kootenay country to have a look  at some investments, with all of which he ex-  dressed himself as very well satisfied.  . P. RO B  AUCTIONEER  OF  In the Carney-Barrett block,  West Baker Street, on  Commencing at 2 o'clock.  All  the   Gioorfs Offered  are New.  q^nn will   buy   a   first-class   daily  . \JyJ\J\J Newspaper outfit, including power press,  engine and boiler, 5 h.p.; used in Victoria in publishing a  daily paper ; original cost, $7,500. Particulars at The  Miner Office.  ..".'Initial Post"; Notices, drawn up uiKler  the provisions of the new Milting  Act, and giving Incid directions how  to Stake a Claim under this Act may  he procured from  Turner'Bros./ ./.-'.���������  Gilker & Wells, Ten Cents per copy.  Nelson News Depot.  In lots of 50 and 100 at The Miner Office.  Are You aware  That we are not like the Swallows, here  to-day and  away  to-morrow ; that we  have a reputation of Two Hundred and  Twenty-Three Years behind us, a guarantee  that  when we tell  you we have  received a consignment of  Fresh and Creamery Butter,  Stilton and other Cheese,  It is of the usual quality���������the best.  HUDS0N,S_MY COMFY  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  AGENTS FOR  Hiram Walker & Son's,       nnA      Fort Garry Flour Mills,  Limited, ana Manitoba.  IStfS  l^TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOL-  ���������H^ LOWING additional Mining Recording Division in  the West Kootenay Electoral Dictrict has been established, namely :  8. Lardeau���������Daniel A. Lamey, Recorder���������to comprise all  the land on the Lardo river, commencing at a point eight  miles from where the said river leaves Trout Lake, and on  all the streams and rivers flowing into such portion of the  Lardo River, and on all the streams and rivers flowing  into Trout Lake and into the Columbia river, Upper  Arrow Lake, between Alcololex River and Half-way  Creek, excepting the lands on Fish Creek lying north of  Battle Creek, and on the streams flowing into the said  Fish Creek above Battle Creek.  Notice is also given that the limits of the Revelstoke  and Illecillewaet Mining Recording Divisions, as defined  on the 9th day of December, 1891, and the 4th day of  August, 1892, respectively, are altered by excluding those  portions of the divisions now contained within the aforesaid Lardeau Division.  A. CAMPBELL REDDLE,  Deputy Provincial Secretary.  Provincial Secretary's Office,  L  30th May, 1893. 1554  EDUCATION OFFICE,  Victoria, May 3rd, 1892.  Ttf"OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE ANNUAL  "^    examination for certificates of qualification to teach  in the Public Schools of the Province will be held as follows, commencing on Tuesday, July 4th, at 9 a.m. :���������-  Victoria In High School   Building.  Vancouver In  Central School Building.  ��������� Kamloops In Public School Building.  Each applicant must forward a notice, thirty days before the examination, stating the class and grade of certificate for which he will be a candidate, the optional subjects selected, and at which of the above-named places he  will attend.  Every notice of intention to be examined must be accompanied with a testimonial certifying to the moral  character of the candidate.  Candidates are notified that all of the above requirements must be satisfied before their applications can be  filed.  S. D. POPE,  149-4 Superintendent of Education.  "Ki.���������'..a"tf"'.��������� ���������^���������^''^���������"JTf^rrrr'r?ra^r-^r'"V"^y"r"y*^^ ���������wwurr*zz>rr���������T ^ .li.,......,.^ , .,���������������.. .^r-PTT,^^mn. wr^���������,���������-^, ,._^_,.m, THE MINEE5 NELSON, B.C., SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1893.  ^^i������  ill.  M  i  M  1  M  is^s  I  1  of the Townsite is bein  surveyed, and will   be put on the  se   desiring:  Lots  com  municate with the S  e Townsite in hand.  ate having  v^^^v-^-^JB^SJU--  ^s^^   ^^^^   ^,^~    ^  0  anager, THE MINER: NELSON.  B.  0��������� SATURDAY,  JUNE 24,  1893.  m  \ '  mi  J-! y  i  3'fi  ���������i'!!-  FEW DENVEE REAL ESMTE  PINAL  AEEANaEMENTS  EEING MADE POK  PUTTING IT ON THE MAEKET  P. W. Scott, the manager of the American  syndicate, whose purchases in the vicinity- of  Silverton and New Denver caused iliuch comment, was interviewed at the Phair on Wednesday with respect to the report that his syndicate had acquired the McGillivray addition to  ' NewDenver. ���������: ':-.��������������������������� ������������������.���������������������������;���������  From Mr. Scott The Miner learned that the  deal had fallen through, and that the owners of  the McGillivray addition had entered into an  arrangement to handle their property jointly  with Scott's syndicate, which owns the Bigelow  addition to thb same town. JBy this means a  uniformity of price and .terms' will prevail. The  property has already been surveyed and will be  platted and placed on the market in a few days.  JliOts in these additions will be started at the  reasonable figure of $200, and the managers of  the same have decided to extend the payments  for the same over a period of twelve months, as  an earnest of their own confidence in the place.  The terms as at present contemplated will be  one-quarter down and the balance in three  equal  payments   in   four,   eight   and    twelve  ���������'��������� months... '���������:., ������'.''..'";.��������� . . .  Referring to the need of a wagon road from  Bear JLake to New Denver, Mr. Scott assured  The Miner that, such a road would be Helped  considerably. On behalf of: the townsite company, of which he is manager, he is willing to  const ruct the first mile ana a half of the road  out of New Denver. B. N. White, of the Slocan  Star- mine, is ready to help the road. G. W.  Hughes, of the Mountain Chief, is not overanxious about the road, because he has made  his arrangements for freighting by way ul"  Kaslo. Wharton, the owner of the sawmill  across the lake, has'undertaken a personal canvas of those interested in that section with a  view to securing their assistance.  The town of Silverton is going ahead wonderful* y, and the only check on advancement there  is the difficulty or getting in lumber. , A large  store 84 foot long is in course of erection as wt^ll  as a hotel,   boarding  house and  two dwelling  houses. . ��������� ���������  ��������� t  W. D. Middough, who manages the mining  department Of the syndicate business, is at present engaged in building a trail^from Silverton,  a distance of about eight miles to the Canadian  group of mines. The syndicate has been obliged  to do this in order to commence work on their  properties. They have in all about seventy-five  men at work on the Noonday, Boss group, and  -.\inadian gi'oup.  A Wenatchee despatch states that the  steamer Howard has started for the upper  Columbia,   and  she  will  proceed up the Okan-  an river to the Canadian line. The practicability of putting on a line of steamers on the  upper Columbia is being discussed.  Canada outstripped her competitors in the  June exhibit, of cheese at the World's Fair.  There are 657 exhibits, mostly of factory cheese.  Of these 135 scored high enough to win medals  or diplomas, 126 of them being Canadian manufactures. Thirty-one Canadian lots scored  higher than any from the United States, ranging in excellence from OS per cent.  James M. Stewart, of the Trail Mercantile  Company, of Trail Creek, visited Nelson this  wreek with a view to securing a stock of goods  for his general supply store which has recently  been opened on E. S. Topping's townsite. He  prtdiets a busy future for the Trail Creek country and the Trail Mercantile Company in particular.  P. W. Scott Has Arranged a Satisfactory Basis Upon  "Wlilcli to Place New Denver on tlie MarKct���������  Silverton is Going Ahead���������Tlie Prospects for tlie  WagoiiRoad.  General _ Founders,   Engineers, ^Boiler   Makers,   and   Manufacturers   of  All  Classes of Machinery.     Sawmill and Marine Work a Specialty.  SO&E   MANUFACTURERS   OF   THE  Band Mill^ B  We keep in stock a full supply of Engineer and Mill Supplies, such as Pipe and Fittings, Brass Goods, Sheet and other  Packing Rubber Valves, Rubber "and Leather Belting, Oils, and Lubricants, etc. V  Corner Alexander ,'Street?aoid Westminster Aye., VANCOUVEE, B. C.      V  ., J.W. GAMYIDN  Secretary-Treasurer.  Agent West Kootenay.  Manager  A YOUNG MAN WITH FIFTEEN YEAR'S EXPERIENCE in business, and now manager of a first-class  genera] store in the N. W. T. wishes to communicate with  some live man who is willing to furnish half the capital  required to. open up a store in some important town of  Kootenay, B.C.   Address J., care of The Miner.  NOTIGE.  ���������RTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN  THAT   SIXTY   DAYS  IN after date I intend to apply to the Honorable Commissioner of Lands and Works for West Kootenay District  for a lease of 2,000 inches of water, to be taken from1 the  Three Forks of Carpenter Creek at a point about five  miles from the mouth of Carpenter Creek, the water to be  used for milling, mining;:; water works, domestic and  other purposes. CHARLES HUGONIN.  Nelson, June 19, 1893. 155-8  /;:':.: :"_��������� motige     ���������  ���������RTOTICE  IS   HEREBY   GIVEN THAT SIXTY DAYS  IN after date I intend to apply to the Gold Commissioner  of West Kootenay District for permission to lease 1,000  inches of water for a period of 99 years, the water'to be  taken from Carpenter Creek at a point 2������ miles from its'  mouth. The water is to be used to supply the town of  New Denver and any additions thereto. ^  New Denver, April 20, 1893. 149-8   ARTHUR C.DICK.  NOTICE.  OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE  I  City of Kootenay Land and Improvement Company  (Limited Liability)  Intend to apply at. the expiration of three months from  the first publication of this notice for an order-in-Council  changing the name of the said Company to "The  Kootenay Land and Improvement Company, Limited  Liability."  Dated this 11th day of April, A.D. 1893.  BOD WELL & IRVING,  Solicitors for the City of Kootenay Land and Improvement Company, Limited liability. 146-13  N THE COUNTY COURT OF KOOTENAY  Holden at Nelson.  In the matter of the Mechanics' Lien Act, 1891, and  in the matter of liens filed by Frank Halpin and  Harry Bailey against the Le Roi Mine, situate,  lying and being on Trail Creek in West Kootenay,  District of British Columbia, about seven miles  from the mouth of said Trail Creek, and being  duly recorded in the office for the Record of Mines  at the town of Trail Creek, in West Kootenay  District aforesaid, and owned by Le Roi Mining  and Smelting Company, carrying on business at  Trail Creek aforesaid.  To Le Roi Mining and Smelting Company,  aforesaid :  You are hereby summoned to appear at a County  Court, to be holden at Nelson on the 20th day of  July, A.D. 1893, at the hour of ten o'clock in the  forenoon to show cause why the said Le Roi  mine should not be sold to satisfy the claims of  Frank Halpin and Harry Bailey, who have lately  obtained judgment in this honorable Court for  ������1126.80 for wages due them for work and labor  done in and around said Le Roi Mine, and for  damages connected therewith and costs of said  judgments.  Dated this 19tth day of June, A.D. 1893.  (Signed) T. H. GIFFIN,  Registrar of County Court,  Nelson, B.C.  F. M. McLEOD, Nelson, B.C.,  Solicitor for Frank Halpin and Harry Bailey. 155-1  To ..Augustus Carney, of the Town of Maslo, in Kootenay IVistrlet, of SSrltish Coluhthla, and Albert  Barrett, of tlie Town of 'Nelson, in safifl E&ooienay  IMstricl,  and the HSanSi of Montreal, -at the said  Town of kelson, and all Others-Whonri it May in  Anywise Concern: '~-   - t ���������  Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue of a  power of sale contained in a certain indenture of mortgage bearing date the twenty-fifth day of November, in  the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and  ninety-two, and duly registesed in the office for; the Registration of Deeds at the City of Victoria, in said Province  of British Columbia in Charge Book, Vol. 12, Folio 11, and  numbered 13890, and made between the said Augustus  Carney and Albert Barrett, therein described as of the  saip town of Nelsod, merchantf, of the first part, and  Malcolm Mclnnes and Patrick Burns, of the town of Calgary, in the District of Alberta, one of the Territories of  the Canadian North-West, cattle dealers, parties therein  of the second part, there will for the purpose of satisfying  the moneys secured by said mortgage, default having been  made in the payment thereof, be sold at Public Auction at  the premises herein described, on Thursday, tfie sixth  day of JcnY next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, the  lands and premises mentioned and described in said  indenture and mortgage as follows :  " Those lots of land situate in the said town of Nelson,  " and numbered lots two and three in block twelves as  " said lots and block are marked out on the official map or  "plan of the said town of Nelson," together with all  houses, buildings, edificos and privileges thereto belonging.  Dated this twenty-sixth day of May, A.D. 1893.  MALCOLM MoINNES,  PATRICK BURNS,  F. McLEOD, Nelson, B.C., Mortgagees.  Solicitor for Mortgagees.  Split Cane, Greenheart and  Steel rods. Devon Minnows  Oiled Silk and other Lines  Casts and Traces, Bait Hook,  (plain and on gut), Fly Books  Spoon Baits, Single Action  and Multiplying Reels, Willow Baskets, Flies and Pearl Spoons, expressly made for  the Kootenay Rivers.  Mail orders receive prompt and careful attention.  Wholesale and Retail.  GITNMAKfiR,  attii  ces,  ** Initial Post" Notices, drawn up under  the provisions of tlie new Mining-  Act, and giving lucid directions how  to Stake a Claim under this Act may  foe procured frow*  Turner Bros.  Gilker & Wells, Ten Cents per'copy.  Nelson News Depot.  In lots of 50 and 100 at The Miner Office.  1^3^^ THE MINEE: NELSON, B. 0., SATUEDAY, JUNE 24, 1893.  *-m  tiWnuatiiujMii'tJiKGrrtKM&aBXtxBxnT  [~j���������^~  ������:  34 JVSILES   FROfVS   KASLO  :������  The Distributing Point for the Duncan G-old Fields and Great Silver Ledges of Lardo  District. A "Wagon-Eoad to Argenta at Head of Kootenay Lake is under Construction. A Trail will shortly be Oonstruoted from Duncan to the centre of the  Lardo Mines. Beautifully Situated. Level Land. The Only Point on Upper  lootenay Lake.  et in on  / /  in lo  X     XX      X      X      X  X    X     X     X     X     X      XX  X      X      X      X     X     X  e o  oint of  gon-Roa  Upper"  avoidin  ment for  .is Under Cons  ootenay Lake,  the Dangerous Navagutfon of  e Distance to  the Gold Fields,  is Point to the foot  with this Town,  the Lower Duncan  Lake seven Miles.  .-S  v  A  Z_  2^-  J  For farther Informatioii as to Prices for Lots, Terms, etc, Apply to 8  ���������h  W.  ���������'V  ���������P.!  m  ���������;'K> i-  THE MINEE: NELSON, B. 0., SATUEDAY, JUNE 24, 1893.  THE WAY TO TALK ABOUT US  COMMENTS    OP    THE    LEADING    LONDON  MINING- JOUENAL  British Columbia is Now in a Fair Way to Secure  tlie Attention of ISritisIi Capitalists���������An. Invitation  to Come ��������� anrt See for .Themselves, the Riches.  That are Cropping out all over the Country.  The editor of the London Mining Journal is  convinced that there is great mineral wealth  lying dormant in the hills of the Kootenay  district, and that journal in future may be  depended upon to give a fair showing to, such  reliable news of the country as may reach there.  The following article appears in the last number of the Mining Journal :  '��������� Our articles  and interviews on British Columbia and  its resources are beginning to wake  people  up,   and  we  are  having an income of a  fair amount of correspondence on the subject.  The other day a gentleman whose interests are  largely identified with the colony wrote to   us  thus :���������' I   think   British   Columbia   certainly  owes  you  a  good turn   for  the  work you are  doing for us.    You   will  reap  your  reward   in  being  the  first of  the 'mining  papers to have  called public attention  seriously to one of the  biggest mining towns the world  has known.    I  only  hope  that  the men who invest will have  the  wisdom to spend   money to come out, or,  rather, to  send experts  they  can rely upon, to  see  what they are going to buy for themselves.  Ko ot en ay does not w an t m en   w h o   w ill b u y. a  pig in a poke.    Our pig is good enough to stand  inspection ; that is all we ask for it.' Now, that  is just the sort of thing we want to see. Square,  straightforward mining is   what our mineral-  producing colonies desire and need.    And so far  as"   British    Columbia   is   concerned   what   is  wanted is  British capital���������not  in huge lumps,  but within reasonable limits.    The whole, thin &  renders itself into this :   Are we going to allow  our    excellent   and   enterprising   cousins,   the  Americans���������against:   whom   we .have   nothing  but good  and kind things to say���������to scrape all  the cream off the milk, or, in mining parlance,  to "pick the eyes out " of all available properties.  ' Why,' we are daily asked, ' when private  individuals come over here to brisk-up things a  bit is the Colonial Government so supine ? And  where is the Agent-General of British Columbia,  and what is he doing ?'"  OUTSIDE    PEEDI0TI0NS  A Movement in Heal Estate ILooStcd for at an Early  I>atc,   and also a CEaeerfsal 5gusl<lin������- Koobm.  The Vancouver World says :   Real  estate in  Nelson is in demaud just   now for actual building  requirements,   especially in Addition A. in  wtiich  sub-division  over  $3,000  worth  of lots  ��������� nave   been   sold within   the  past  week, all on  building conditions.     Among the purchasers of  these lots  are    Mr.   Rqbson,   manager of the  Hudson's Bay Co.,-Mr. Driscolland Mrs. Kelly,  all  of whoru   are  now erecting fine residences!  -The  other  purchasers  will build  within a few  days.    Quite a large number of buildings are in  course  of  erection   in   other parts of the town.  All indications point to a boom in Nelson in the  neor future, and those who are posted predict a  big advance   in   real   estate   before  the  snow  again   flies.      President  VanHorne's emphatic  statement  that Nelson  would be  the  railway  and  distributing' centre for  the Kootenay district,   and that  there  would  be  a   population  there,   in   five years, of over 10,000, has had the  effect of stimulating the demand for real estate,  and  has  given  great  confidence  to holders of  Nelson property.  9 ������ & ������ &  We carry full lines.of all kinds of furniture for residences,  hotels, and offices.   Mattresses made 10 order, and  at prices lower than eastern and coast.  ���������We are also   agents   for  EVANS   PIANOS   AND    DOHERTY   ORGANS.  Nelson Hotel Eestuarant  A carefully prepared menu, under the supervision of a  first-class chef.     Sunday dinner at six o'clock.  DURKIN & LYALL, Proprietors.  NELSON   STORE :  No. 4 Houston ������&, ffiitJi ������5uil<!iUig, Josephine Street.  NELSON  RESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER  Cold and Hot Luncheon.  Now ready for business.  One and all, call and see me.  BEN EDINGTON, Proprietor  Meals aft  all Horn's  ��������������������������������������������� of tlie   ���������  Way and  jtfight.  154-tt  W3LSOSSS & WflLMAMSON,  PROPRIETORS.  HAY AND  GEAIF FOE SALE.  Omnibus and carriages to and from all trains and steamboat wharves. Saddle and pack animals for hire. Freight  hauled and all kinds of job teaming attended to.  Stable on Baker Street.   Office with Wilson & Perdue.  &*^u*amlumni.tl&rvrTni7iT-Trwrrxaxa*xam=zxaxm  ""������������������-��������� nr   -h    ���������  nfii tfinivnurai nm u h  COR.   BAKER AND   WARD   STREETS.  rninMrr.-ii     ji������i-.nTm^.r������.������^CT^T^. _���������  kelson,' 15. C  .., K. J. BSE ALE Y  Kaslo, IS. ���������.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS,  DAY OR NIGHT  EICHARDSON & BEALEY  MES. W. 0. PHILLIPS, Proprietress.  Eeal Estate and Mining Brokers.  IELSION,    KASLO,;"-AND'.    LARDO.  E. 0. QABPENTEE, Manager.  ARCHITECT    AND    SUPERINTENDENT,  Plans, Specifications, and Detail  Drawings Furnished.  Josephine Street, near Baker Street, Nelson, B.C.  All the principal mines in Slocan District can be reached  in from two to seven miles from this'hotel, which is  located at Three Forks on Carpenter creek.  The Dining Room is under the immediate superienten  dence of Mr. C. Bowen, formerly of Windsor hotel of  Butte, Montana, and the Rogers' hotel, Missoula  who will see to it that the cuisine of the Three Forks  is not excelled by that of" any other hotel in West  Kootenay. ���������'���������;"-'"-.  Special Kates for Weekly Boarders.  Private 'Etooms for Transient Guests.  (Deputy Sheriff.)  'E  j  Address, Nelson  or Kaslo, B.  0.  NELSON, B. C.  First Juty.  Auction sales made at any point in West Kootenay  District. Town lots and mining claims bought and sold on  commission. A general real estate business transacted.  Office for the present at residence, corner of Carbonate  arid Kootenay   treets. 134  AT.JS1  Turner Bros,  TsrssiiiSonsr,    jb. o.  Office :   Victoria Street  j'< ������������������ '-  H*    - "���������-    - ���������   _____ __���������        ���������    i THE MINEE:  NELSON.  B.  0.-,  SATUEDAY,  JUNE 24,  1893.  11  LABBY TO ABEEDEEN.  The london  Journalist   Sets   a Task for   tlie   New  CJovemor-Cleiieral,  " A serious crisis seems to be impending in  the relation between the Island of Vancouver  and the Mainland of British Columbia,' owing  to the reckless expenditure and financial dishonesty of the Government and Legislative  Assembly, which are mainly representative of  the Island.     The   Mainland,'������������������with'  an   area of  366,000 square miles and a population of .61,000,  returns only 17 members to the Council, while  the Island,  with ah area of 16,000 square miles  and a population of 36,000, returns 16 members.  The situation is aggravated by the unequal distribution  of  the  electors among the constituencies,  the  result of which is that the present  Government number 19 supporters in the house  who represent 4,576  registered electors, while  their  14 opponents represent  10,984.      At the  present time  the Mainland party are specially  incensed against proposals of the Government  to spend $600,000 upon a new Parliament house,  and  to guarantee  interest  to  the  amount of  $6,000,000  on  bonds   of the proposed   British  Pacific railway,c at a time when the budget of  the colon y   shows a. deficit of   $216,000 ;   and  there  is a  strong feeling that this is part of a  deliberate policy to incur debt for the benefit of  the Island, the burden of which will fall chiefly  on I he Mainland.    It is obvious that the present  disparity  between  the  representatives  of the  two sections of the colony cannot continue, and  when  Lord Aberdeen  takes over the reins of  Government he cannot do better than set himself to right the anamoly before worse mischief  ensues."  The above is from the pen of Henry Labou-  chere, M.P., editor of London Truth. It will  probably be welcomed by the secessionists and  discontented Mainlanders generally, but  Labouchere's opinion would be a more valuable  campaign document if it betrayed a closer  acquaintance with facts.  The following is original  from Ben Condell,  an old-timer :  BEN CONDELL���������HIS POEM.  You prospectors and miners, if you will money make  Take steamboat at Revelstoke and come down to Trout  ���������'-.��������������������������� -Lake-; ���������,���������������������������'���������'  Here are the richest showings miners have ever seen,  Here is the famous Northern, likewise the Silver Queen.  And those  ledges in the  Lardeaux,   their  wealth   can  scarce be told,  For assays made in 'Frisco show they run high in gold ;  For quality and quantity their equal's not been found,  We now invite inspection from the world all around.  Then those prospects out on Fish Creek, they're wondrous  I am told���������  They go seventy-nine in silver and forty-nine in gold ;  From each of these locations, these minerals rich and rare,  Are sent on to Chicage to paralyze the Fair.  Here's a chance for speculation, there's no better in the  West,  Of which you'll be convinced when our minerals you test.  Then come up to the Lardeau, if in mines you would  invest���������  Prosperity awaits you right here in Kootenay West.  HE SURSCRIRERHAS IN STOCK  or en route from the Coast :  1 Carload Glass, Taints and Oils.  2 Carload Sash and Doors,  2  Carload Dry Clear Fir Flooring, 4 inch,  1 Carload Dry Clear Fir Ceiling, 4 inch,  1 Carload Factory Cedar,  An   Immense   Stock of  Common lumber,  Shingles, laths, Mouldings, Etc., as usual.  O. Buchanan,  Kootenay Lake Sawmill^  NELSON AND KASLO.  Double  Dressed,  Single   Dressed,  SHIPLAP,  CEILING,  LATHS,  RUSTIC,  FLOORING,  SHINGLES,  ALL DIMENSIONS  OF  ROUGH     LUMBER.  Having bought the stock of the  Davies-Sayward Sawmill Co'y. I  am prepared to furnish builders  with Lumber of the above lines.  SPECIAL   RATES   TO  BUBLDING   CONTRACTORS  GEORGE  H. KEEFER,  Corner Lake and Ward Sts.,   Nelson, B.C.  Columbia & Kootenay Steam Nav.Co, Ltd.  INTO  EFFECT MONDAY,   JUNE 26TH,   1893.  REVELSTOKE ROUTE  Steamer LYTTON, connecting with Canadian Pacific  railway at Revelstoke for all Eastern and Coast points  Leaves Robson���������Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdaj/s at 9 p.m.  Leaves Revelstoke���������Tuesdays,  Thursdays, Saturdays   at  4.30 a.m.  Passengers from Nelson should take the C. & K.  train  leaving at 3 p.m. on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.  BONNERS FERRY ROUTE  Steamer NELSON, connecting with the Great Northern  railway for all Eastern points and for Spokane  and the Coast.  Leaves Nelson���������Sundays at 5 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10. p.m.  Leaves Kaslo���������Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 6 am  Arrives at Bonners Ferry on Mondays, Wednesdays and  Fridays at 7 p.m.  Leaves Bonners Ferry Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 4 a.m.  Arrives at Nelson Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at  7 p.m. '  NORTHPORT ROUTE  Steamer COLUMBIA, running in connection with  the C. & K. Railway and the S. F. & N. Railwoy between Nelson and Spokane.  Leaves Robson daily except Sunday at & a.m.  Leaves Northport daily except Sunday at 12 a.m.  Passengers  for Spokane should take C. & K.  trains  leaving Nelson daily except Saturday.  Tourists from Spokane for Glacier, Banff and other  C.P.R. resorts make close connection at Robson with  boats for Revelstoke.  KASLO ROUTE  Steamer NELSON  Leaves Nelson for Kaslo on Tuesdays and Thnrsdays 10pm  Leaves Nelson for Kaslo on Sundays at 5 p.m.  Leaves Kaslo for Nelson on   Tuesdays,   Thursdays  Saturdays at about 3 p.m.  Steamer SPOKANE  Leaves Nelson for Kaslo  on  Tuesdays,   Thursdays  Saturdays at 9 a.m.  Leaves Kalso for Nelson on   Sundays,  Wednesdays  Fridays at 8 a.m.  and  and  and  LARDO ROUTE  Steamer SPOKANE  Leaves Nelson for Lardo  on  Tuesdays,   Thursdays  and  Saturdays at 9 a.m.  Leaves  Kaslo for Lardo  on  Tuesdays,   Thursdays and  Saturdays at 3 p.m.  Leaves Lardo for Kaslo and Nelson on Saturdays at 6 p.m.  and on Wednesdays and Fridays at 5 a.m.  The Company reserves the right to change this schedule  at any time without notice.  For full information as to tickets, rates, etc., apply at the  Company's offices, Nelson, B.C.  J. W. Troup, Manager.  (Notary Public.)  Mining and Eeal Estate  Auctioneer and Commission Agent,  REPRESENTING  The Confederation Life Association, the Phoenix Fire  Insurance Company, and the Provident Fund Accident  Society ; also the Sandy Croft Foundry Company, near  Chester, England, makers of all kinds of mining machinery, air compressors, rock breakers, stamps, etc.  No. 1, JOSEPHINE STREET, NELSON, B. 0.  Lots for Sale in  Adjoining the government townsite of Nelson  AT $125 AND UPWAKDS  With a rebate for buildings erected.   The best residential  property in Nelson, values sure to increase.   Apply  W. A. Jowett, agent for Nelson and district,  or Innes & Richards, Vancouver, B.C.  W.  A.  JOWETT,  Mining & Real Estate Brokers, Auctioneers & Commission Agent.  JOSEPHINE STREETS, NELSON, B.C.  P. O. box 69.  Telephone 24.  Edward Applewhaite & Co.  S. E. corner Baker and Josephine streets,  NELSON, B. C.  I  I  I  I I 4-JKjT   X   A  X  JL   X-/J  FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS.  Loans negotiated on Nelson property.   Collections made.  Conveyancing documents drawn up. c  Town  Lots  Lands   and   Mining  Claims  Handled  on Commission.  Subscribe   for  VICTORIA, B.C.  The paily TTiifaes^  Subscription, $10 per annum,  In advance.  The 18/eekl!} Tij|t@������f  Subscription, $2 per annum, i   ^7.;  In advance.  Independent in Politics,  Fullest Telegraphic Reports,  Correspondents in every District.  Address���������  THE TIMES  PRINTING & PUBLISHING CO.,  VICTORIA, B.C.  WM. TEMPLEMAN, MANAGER.  Ml^WMJMII.Uil'A.W.y^WUJMIIW.Ur^^M^B^I^^MJJM^tia'^^UIgltm^VWi'MVIMIW  ������bMJi������,!JMUJ4TOl������JMMIKJffilWmm^^^  BMffl������������iaim������i������w^ 12  i   i  THE  MINEE:   ffELSOff.  B.  0,  SATUEDAY,  JOTE 24,;,   . ��������� ��������������������������� ������������������ ��������� ���������       i ��������� i .   i'kji.JJiMWWi  ew  JUST ARRIVED, an immense stock of  G-ents' FnmisMngs, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, etc.,  of in the Kootenay Lake Disx;rict. Gall and see  of Grroceries and Hard^rare.  Cottons, Ladies'  Grboods,  prices never before heard  Complete lines  TT^DRO^IEDR  1  Telephone 27.  7M;:^^  GOLD GOMMISSIGNEE TALKS  ABOUT THE WAGON EOAD PEOM BEAE LAKE  TO  Money to be Expended In the Construction of a  Main Sewer along the Bed of the Creels���������Into  This Everyone Will foe As&ed toKun a Private  Drain for Sanitary Purposes.  Commenting on his action with respect to  the proposal of the South Kootenay Board of  Trade that a wagon road be constructed from  Bear Lake to New Denver, Gold Commissioner  Fitzstubbs explained to a Miner reporter that  the policy of the Government was to foster and  encourage mining as much as possible by the  judicious expenditure of money appropriated  to the district.  " From my enquiries I could not assure myself that those interested in mineral properties  in that vicinity desired a wagon road from Bear  Lake to New Denver. It appears to me to  have had its birth among the merchants and  those who would hold up both hands for the  construction of a road anywhere so long as it  would mean the expenditure of money which  they were not required to find." ������,  ���������*.-.'.  " You might say that as I may have to enforce the Health Act this summer I contemplate  putting in a sewer for general utility along the  bed  of the  creek.      Into this the people of the  adjacent streets  will  be required  to drain by  means of covered box drains.  " I do not consider it wise to spend any considerable sum of money on the Nelson streets.  The present streets inside the settled portion of  the town are good enough, and there is no  object to be gained by opening up new streets  at present."         ,v   Who   Did the Poisoning ?  There are fewer dogs in  Nelson  this week  than last. The plentiful scattering of poison  may be assigned as the reason for these disappearances. There were a few good dogs in Nelson and a great many curs of variegated strains.  If the object of the poisoners was to rid the  town of curs they have altogether failed, as  with but few exceptions the waif dogs which  make the nights hideous with their yelpings  still continue to yelp, while many dogs, the  owners of Which took care of them, and in  many cases thought a great deal of them, have  been planted.  Late in the week a reward was offered for the  poisoners, and they were evidently scared from  completing the plan of campaign.  PEEMIEE DAVIE'S VISIT EAST  Is   Closely   Connected   With    the Xeasing  of   the  Nakusp and Slocan Railway.  It transpires that the business which took  Premier Davie to Ottawa so suddenly was  nothing else than the arrangement of the conditions of -the lease by the O. P. R. of the contemplated piece of road from Nakusp to the  Forks of Carpenter creek.  The road is to be built by the present promoters and leased by them to the C. P. R. for a  period of twenty-five years. Premier Dayie is  interested in the lease by reason of the fact that  his Government has agreed to guarantee the  bonds of the road at 4 per cent. The arrangement as at present outlined is for the C.P.R. to  pay over to the Government a certain percentage of the earnings of the road. Not being  over-familiar with railway matters of this kind  Premier Davie has decided to profit by the experience of those who in times past have  wrestled with the C. P. R. and has gone East to  that end.  Things Commence to Jog.  The past week has been the busiest that Nelson has seen with respect to building. The  merry ring of the carpenter's hammer and the  screeching of the saws have been heard in all  parts of the town.  Under the park site bluff the frame for the  hospital now stands out amid the growth of  forest trees. On Baker street four structures  are in course of erection, and back on the residential additions considerable building has  commenced.  NEW TIME TABLE  Showing Mow  the Boats  Will   Run   to  and  from  Nelson on and after Monday.  The time table publishedby the Columbia &  Kootenay Steam Navigation Company, which  appears in an6ther column, will prove a valuable companion. The table comes into effect  on Monday.  The run to Spokane is how made every day  except Sunday, the steamer leaving Robson at  four o'clock in the afternoon. Under the new  arrangement the run between here and Spokane  is made in one day.  The Spokane Falls and Northern railroad will  commence June 26, running their passengers  over the newly completed portion of the road  as far as Boundary City, there transferring on  board the steamer, thus bringing Nelson closer  to the country south.  President T. C. Brainerd, of the Hamilton  Powder Company, 'is here on his annual tour of  the province. The company are supplying the  powder for basting the rocks on the N. & F. S.  Railway right of way.  "Tjl    C. ARTHUR, A.M., M.D.,  PHYSICIAN,   Etc.,  Coroner fob, West Kootenay,  Office over Nelson Drug Store,  West Baker street^  Nelson, B.C. ���������   c,  LaBAU,   M.D.,  ���������     '���������    - :.....���������''���������'.'  Physician and Surgeon,  Rooms 3 and i,   Houston Block*  Nelson, B.C.  Telephone  42.  A       S.  GOING,  CIVIL  ENGINEER  AND  PROVINCIAL  LAND   SURVEYOR.  Houston IffLocK,  l&Telson, B. C.  ������������������������������������:&>.���������-���������  kJ'o  ROBERTS,  .V  Provincial    and  Dominion  Land Surveyor,  TROUT LAKE CITY, B.C.  SP. TUCK,  e  CIVIL ENGINEER  AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  Nelson and New Denver, B. C.  JF.   BLEDSOE,  ������  EXAMINER    OF   MINES,  Nelson, B.C.  twenty years' experience in the  152-52 american camps. '  ASSAYER and ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  Golden, B.C.  Appointed by the British Columbia Government to  make all Assays and Analysis of Specimens^ sent to  the World's Fair, Chicago, 1891-1893.  Another Smelter Rumor.  The latest rumor concerning the Pilot Bay  smelter is that Dr. Hendryx is to be succeeded  by Mr. Tpmlinson,   and that the smelter will be  put in shape for work this summer.  \*k������*Y-i.i ���������������������������J-W


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