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Array Tlie Mines in  Kootenay are Among  tlie Richest in ~  America.  The Ores are  Sligh-Cirade in Gold,  Silver, Copper,  and teat!.  NUMBER 148.  NELSON,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   SATURDAY,   MAY 6, 1893.  $_ A YEAR  WILL SOMEBODY OATOH HIM ?  WE HAVE A MILD-MANNERED TENDERFOOT  "ON THE WING-."._._____  i^ow boosting in Kaslo to Await tlie Reaping of the  lEnndrcd and One Different Plants Which the  fitaiiw&y and I/and Companies are Going to Sow  for Mis Particular Picking.  Kaslo, May 5t h, 1803.  Editor The Mt?ier\'  When you first took ������ne by the hand, a mild  pilgrim from the played out centers of civilization, and offered to so guide my faltering footsteps, that I might soon pass in a crowd for a  genuine wild-eyed western wonder, it was then  I promised to give you from time to time some  idea of the progress I had made.  Until now the rush of getting in on the  ground floor has prevented me from keeping  my promise. Having figured out my profits for  the next year, and having nothing to do but to  wait for them, I naturally have an occasional  fragment of time which  of course is yours.  When I left you wiping away a tear, on the  dock at  Nelson I tried to keep in mind some of  your ".Instructions to Pilgrims," but in some  way I fear I did not entirely succeed. The  stern look which you advised me to assume fled  before the wonderful adventures, as related by  themselves, of nearly everyone whom I asked  about the country.  The first thing that impressed me was the  fact that nearly everyone on board .were foreigners, though at times they used a few  sentences of English quite fluently. I tried to  catch some of the words in order to ask you  about the nationality of these people. I can  only remember now some like ������������������'* stoppirigup th'  crosscut," " t'croppings trios' galena."driving-  inonher furpaydirt," etc. One man told his  friend quite seriously that his big boy went upwards of 325, 'and-was mad when I asked him if  it was years or pounds, -  When we got to Kaslo all the people in the  town, with a few extra ones, came down to  shake hands and make us feel at home. They  formed a long double line and made us walk up  between them. This gives everyone a chance  to recognize long-lost brothers and legal gentlemen, also to'spot capitalists like myself.  I went up the street until I saw a building  that looked like the hotel which you told me I  should find. A sign "Ledgers cost money-  pay before you register" hung over the desk. I  paid. Yes, I could have a room, certainly. And  soon I turned in, glad to get a rest. This was  at 2 a.m. At 3 o'clock a man came.in and told  me to " shover over," as he " had an interest in  this claim." Well, he was soon asleep and I  was almost so when another one came in and  said, " Boys, I can't sleep on the floor���������crowd  up." We crowded. Now this was ail right, but  when another rr.au opened the door and looked  in with Ihe usual, " Say boys���������" we arose as  one man and chased him out.  Well, next day I changed hotel, and am now  the proud possessor of a bed all my own. When  the next steamer whistled I joined the crowd  and lined up to watch the passengers get off.  The first man ashore was a wild-eyed vision of  anxiety who rushed up the lines with an air of  impending tragedyjvvhich made me follow him,  fearing that he contemplated some rash act. A  real estate sign caught his eye. He rushed in.  " Where is a map P" he demanded.  "There, sir," was the reply, and the crowd  held their combined breath���������was he about to  buy an entire block ?  \  " And where is block 4-11-44 QX ?" he asked.  " There it. is," indicating some, lines on the  edge of the map.  "And where are we now ?"  " There."  He took in the space between the two���������  clutched wildly at his hair, said " My God !"  and fainted.  I am still unable to think of any reasonable  cause for his agitation.  Well, I am still looking around, and if I see  anything new I will let you know. In , the  meantime will you kindly tell me a few things.  What is a " proposition " ? a." true fissure " a  " cropping " and what is " trail." and do you  open one the same as a jackpot ? By answering  which you will oblige    '  -       A Flat Miner.  LEMON'S LITTLE LEQAL PILL  WHICH HE HAS SECURED POR THE BENEFIT  OF THE KASLO TRADE MANAG-ERS   '  If  tlte   H_as!o   People   Don't  Hurry  on (hat   Legal  IWacEaincry They Btefe'rred. to So 91uch They Will  -Find Tliessfiselves Out  in the   Cold,  Cold World  Again, ESeforc They Know it.  When President Lemon said that the meeting  at which the Kaslo delegation were admitted  en bloc to membership was illegal he meant  just what he said.  Since that .meeting he has secured legal opinion as to the legality of the proceedings and'the  result of this seems to disclose the fact that  those forty members who were taken in on  Wednesday morning early were not legally  admitted to membership at all.,. c  The legal opinion is appended, and it will  furnish interesting subject matter for the Board  of Trade meeting on Wednesday afternoon.  R. E. Lei?ion, Esq., President of South Kootenay Boa?-d  of Trade,   Nelson.  Dear Sir,���������In  answer  to your request for my  opinion as to the legality of the special general  meeting of your board,   called for 9 o'clock p.m.  of the 2nd instant,   and  subsequently  held, I  have to say that by subsection 3 of section four,  of the   Board's   by-laws,   it   is provided that  " Special general meetings of the Board may be  " called by the President or five members of the  " Oouncil,   either  by  notice inserted in one or  " more newspapers, or by circular letter signed  ���������'��������� by the secretary and posted one day previous  " to said meeting."  The facts in the present case are as follows :  A circular letter,   signed  by. the   secretary  without the authority of either the President or  Oouncil was delivered to the members the afternoon of May 2,   calling the meeting at 9 o'clock  the same evening.    This notice was clearly bad.  At the hour appointed no quorum   (which by  sub-section 4  of the same by-law is fixed at ten  members)was present, consequently there could  be  no  meeting  wTithin the. meaning of  the bylaw,  nor  section  fifteen  of  the statute, under  which your board is constituted.  At twelve o'clock midnight eleven members  had assembled in an informal manner, and  twenty-eight new members were attempted to  be elected en bloc without a ballot. This also  was clearly irregular, contrary to sub-section 2  of by-law  number three, and in face of the rul  ing of the* chairman that the proceedings were  illegal, from which there was apparently no~  appeal.  What occurred subsequently is of no consequence as under the above state of facts there  was no legal meeting, and what was attempted  could not be done. Yours  truly,  John Elliot.  THE HOSPITAL SCHEME GOES  ARCHITECT TAYLOR WILL PREPARE PLANS  AT ONCE AND SUBMIT THEM.  While   tlie   Kcw Ruilding is Dcing Made Ready the  .Directors   Have Decided to   Open a Provisional  Hospital and JMahe the Necessary Application for  That *j$1,tt������0 Appropriation.  There were not so many present at the meeting of the hospital subscribers yesterday afternoon as there would have been had it been a  Board of Trade meeting.  Among those present, were J. Fred. Hume,  W. F. Teetzel, Thomas Madden, John Houston,  Dr. LaBau, George N. Taylog* and Dr. Arthur.  The result of the canvas for subscriptions was  pronounced most satisfactory, nearly $2,000  having been subscribed. The following names  have been added to the public hospital lists  since the last issue of The Miner :  D. LaBau  $100  Harold Selous  -toe  Bank of Montreal  25  Bankbf B. C.  25  E.E. Phair  25  Keefer & Seale  10  W. S. Murray  0  M. S. Davys  10  John L. Retallack  15  James McDonald.  G. W. Richardson  .  W.-B.-_>ollard  W. Hodsoh  Wm. Wilson  McRae Bros.  Hunt & Dover  Dawson & Craddock  9  50  15  5  5  10  5  25  20  Of wrhich amounts the subscriptions of Messrs.'  LaBau, Madden, Phair and Hunt &'Dover may.  be applied to either scheme proposed.  The meeting unanimously decided to have the  institution conducted by a public board, arid'  George N. Taylor was authorized to prepare  plans and specifications for agSiiitable building ���������  and submit the same to t^���������^������arcl of first dr  provisional directors witJjffpBHKv to having'  things so shaped that tnewrieAv directors may  call for tenders as soon as they are elected. ;  ���������On  his  own   account  Mr.  Taylor   has  been j  working on plans and has succeeded in pleasing ���������  the  directors to such an extent that there  will  be but few changes to make on the plans as at:  present prepared.     These call for a  two-storey,  building with two  wings of one storey.    The.  main   building will  include  on the first floor a  convenient lobby, a hall, dining room, operating  room, kitchen, pantries'and nurses'rooms, and.  on the second floor five private wards' with the  necessary conveniences. r  It is proposed to call for tenders in three  wrays, for the building complete, for the main  building only, and for the main building with  one wing.  The directors have decided to openvi hospital  at  once,   renting a building until sue������ time as,  the new one can be made ready for use, n(akin  ~  application for  the j$l,0()0 appropriation voted  by the Legislature last year.  According to the provisions of their articles  of incorporation the first Wrectors have called a  meeting of contributors ^o^May 20, to secure  the election of permanent directors, which  notice will be seen elsewhere.  Any wishing to help along the hospital by  one or two day's work in the way of clearing or  excavating may apply to Thomas 'Ward on  Saturday and Monday, Workmen furnishing  their own tools.  ../'  ��������������������������� *fi  A\  &  Hi  *H*!w  ������l'-lHLUI_IIIMWM.Ul������MII*Wa<MI  u_*__wiMMMiMaaM_wrr._^^ THE  MINER:  NELSON.  B.   C:,  SATURDAY,   MAY 6,  1893.  KASLO    MAKES   HEE   MOVE  SWOOPS DOWN IN THE NIGHT AND TRIES TO  STEAL THE BOARD OP TRADE  Nelson's Rights Protected hy a Surprised Minority,  Who Oppose the Projected Midnight Theft and  Defeat the- Proposition���������The E_aslo Delegation  Will Try Again.  From Wednesday evening's extra.  There are a great many, people in Nelson this  morning who never intended that they should  partake of Nelson's hospitality on the morning  of May 3.  But how they happened to be here and why  they carne here brings out a great many different stories. They are nearly all business men  or if not they have or should have some other  qualification to become members of the South  Kootenay Board of Trade. And loving the  business men of Nelson in much the same spirit  as Jonathan loved David in the days of old they  came down with the avowed purpose of cashing  in $10 each and becoming members of the South  Kootenay Board of Trade. -  <���������  When the charter members of this Board of  Trade���������Nelson men by the way���������held their first  annual meeting some weeks ago they anticipated this kindly feeling on the part of their  Kaslo brethren, and reciprocating it, elected a  slate which was to stand only until such time  as Kaslo people should have a chance of study-  ine out the by-laws and make up their minds  whether they would "jine " or not. The slate  drafted was :  R. E. Lemon, President.  J. Fred. Hume, Vice-President.  G. A. Bigelow, Secretary-Treasurer.  A. H. Buchanan,  Charles Van Ness,  W. F. Teetzel-  G. V. Holt,  T. E. B. Turner,  G. C. Hunt,  F. J. Squires,  J. A. Gilker,  ^Members of Oouncil.  The meeting was then adjourned to meet  when the KasJ.o people made up their minds, the  officers, it being understood, would resign at  such meeting. ;;���������  Word was passed along that Wednesday  afternoon at 2.30 would be a convenient time  for such meeting, and the charter members  were so notified. This was changed, however,  and the meeting was called for Tuesday evening  at nine o'clock.  The Kaslo delegation, to the number of about  fifty, boarded the Nelson last evening, and  trusting in Captain McMorris and Providence,  hoped to reach this city in time to have a meeting. They backed a losing game, however,  since the steamboat Nelson did not arrive till  after eleven o'clock. Late as it was a committee  was appointed to ascertain if the Nelson mem-  [bers would get a quorum together and accept  the applications en bloc.  Now    business   in    Nelson   has   up   to   date  admitted  of its  transaction  within reasonable  hours, and the majority of Nelson's business  men had sought their slumbers and were dreaming of the increased volume of trade which the  construction of the Nelson and Fort Sheppard  railway would bring them.  However, with some difficulty a quorum was  gotten together.      President R. E. Lemon took  the chair in the Phair, and Geo. A. Bigelow was  at his post as secretary-treasurer, and around  them gathered a Spartan band composed of G.  V. Holt, A.H. Buchanan, Edward Applewhaite,  John Gibson, W. F. Teetzel, John Houston, J..  MacDonald, W. J. Wilson and T. E. B. Turner,  representing the Nelson district, while upwards  of forty Kaslo applicants for membership were  present.  The resignations of all officers and members  of the council were received, and with the exception of those of the president and secretary-  treasurer they were received and accepted. The  applicants from Kaslo were then presented en  bloc, and A. L. Davenport deposited a pot of  money containing nearly  $400 with George A.  Bigelow as their subscriptions.  Up  to   this  time   the   meeting  had gone on  smoothly enough, and the names of  John C Davenport, John L. Retallack, F. H.  Hopkins. J. C. Lendrum, John Sucksmith, P.D.  Williamson, Wirt. Goodwin, J. R. Marks, J. A.  Whittier, Matthew Guthrie, Thos. F. Cosgrife,  John A. Watson, John M.Burke, Wm.Carring-  toh, A. Byers, J. A. Macdonald, A. L. Davenport, R. F. Green, W. Baillie, W. J. Shelton,  Mark Musgrove, A. D. Wilson, A. W. Wright,  D. McPhail, N. C. Sullivan, J. H. Durfee, H.  Veit, H. Geigerich, C. A. Bishop, Marion  Anbury, D. P. Kane, S. J. Henderson, W. E.  Mann. J. W. Livers, Robert J. Beaiey and E. L.  Miins were subscribed to the by-laws and roll of  - membership.  At this point, however, the Kaslo members  came to the conclusion that they had not time  to proceed with the election of officers and W.  Baillie moved that the meeting be adjourned to  meet- again in two weeks at Kaslo for the election of officers.  And then the fur began to fly, and many jaws  were set " a running," the Kaslo people contending that they had the majority and could  do as they pleased, and the Nelson men arguing  that the Kaslo people would do no such thing.  When cries of " Question ! question !" were  raised President Lemon rose and refused to put  motion, ruling that it was out of order. He  based his ruling on the fact that it was the  annual general meeting, and as such must be  held in Nelson. In support of this he quoted  sub-section 1 of section iv of the by-laws, which  reads :  "The annual general meeting of the Board  shall   be held in Nelson on the firstc day  in  each year, except when that day may be  a legal holiday, in which case the meeting shall  take place on the following day, notice of which  shall be advertised once in some newspaper  publi " ed in the district."        '..-,,  In support of his motion Mr. Baillie contended  that as the clause was contrary to the sense of  the majority of the members it was not in harmony with the statutes, and was therefore  illegal.  After this a long wrangle followed, in which  the Nelson party were compelled to talk against  odds of four and five to one, and in this way the  dead-lock continued  until four  o'clock  in   the  up  in   dis-  morning,  order.  As  when the meeting broke  THE KASLO VERSION.  Understood   hy   the   Majority   of   the   Members  front   the Lake District.  ���������* If the charter members of the South Kootenay Board of Trade had carried out their  implied intention this difficulty would never  have happened," explained John L. Retallack to  the Miner reporter.  " A deputation of Kaslo people, consisting of  J. M. Burke, R. F. Green and W. Baillie waited  on the Nelson people somes time ago, but the  officers appointed were all Nelson men, although  to secure the charter it was found necessary to  take in the lake population in order to secure  the necessary 2,500.^  " The  proposition   then   made was that such  men  as  were  qualified  should join the Board,  that  all   officers  should  resign,   and   that the  entire election should be proceeded with afresh.  We  came   here,   having   arranged   that  there  should  be  a meeting, but found that there was  hardly enough * members . to constitute a meeting and certainly not a representative meeting.  We held a caucus at the Phair and sent Messrs.  Green and Baillie  as  a deputation to ascertain  what the Nelson members were prepared to do.  " All  they were prepared to do was to admit  as  charter  members such persons as had come  down  who   were   eligible,  and  to   accept   the  resignation  of the vice-president and   one-half  the  council  and  allow us to name their substitutes.    This   was  at  variance  with  their  first  implied intention   and  caused much discussion.  A motion to adjourn the meeting was ruled out  of order by the chairman, but was over-ruled by  the   meeting.     At  four  o'clock in the morning,  the meeting broke up in a dead-lock.  " If the Nelson people want to overcome the  present difficulty all that they need to do is to  adhere to the original proposition and allow the  full meeting to have an opportunity of electing  for the Board's officers men who can be considered representatives of the District of South  Kootenay."  THE   AFTERNOON'S   DOINGS.  Kasio's   Unsiness   Men   Hold   Another Caucus   and  Seek a Solution.  - This afternoon, after the Kaslo delegation had  been refresh^ti<^with a sound sleep they held  another caucus' in the Hotel Phair, which was  fully attended, and after considering the question for more than an hour and a half they  appointed a committee, consisting of Messrs.  Geigerich, Hopkins and J. C. Davenport to  carry a flag of truce to a committee from the  charter" members with a view to securing a  solution of the difficulties.  This committee went into session with a  deputation from the charter members late in  the afternoon.  The committee representing the charter members was composed of Messrs. Bigelow, Holt,  Applewdiaite, Teetzel and Hume.  When the two committees got together it  was evident that the Kaslo people had not  changed their minds. They asked, in fact, that  the claims made by them at the previous .meeting be granted.  The Nelson people had eased up a bit, however, but they did not quite know what the  Kaslo people had in store for them if they got  the meeting at Kaslo.  E. Applewhaite intimated that he thought  the people of Kaslo had a perfect right to have  the meeting at Kaslo if they would consent to  have it called for the election of officers alone  but he would oppose any attempt at having a  meeting called in Kaslo to transact unfinished  business which had been begun in Nelson.  No arrangement was reached when the two  committees separated. The Kaslo people are  talking of reconstructing the entire board and  this is not re-assuring to the people of Nelson.  G. A. Keefer, C.E., and H. B. Smith, P.L.S.,  who have charge of the work of reclamation on  the Kootenay marshes at the boundary line,  left for Bonner's Ferry this week with an additional staff of surveyors and workmen.  ^������ -T IT  f->  ������>Jk h_ ��������������� *  k- i*r_y;  ./  mv  5_r> vi1'.:  ^y/5_\V^  IT   II" "l."    '  ���������-PST"  -���������A  - . ." *-l t i-  .v>  - .-���������������������������������  *���������. STs-fr ���������^���������^tr-^^.^wt.to THE MINER :  NELSON, B. 0.,  SATURDAY MAT 6, 1893.  ^^?  A  new Railway  under Construction.  Buy before the Market rises in the Railway  Centre and> Seat of Government of  West Kootenay.  Choice Building and Residence Property.  REBATE ALLOWED FOR THE ERECTION OF GOOD BUILDINGS  Also Lots for Sale   in   NAKUSP}  DAWSON and ROBSON.  Apply for Prices, Maps, etc., to . '  FRANK FLETCHER, Land Commissioner C. & K. Ry. Co., Nelson, B.C  N  OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE  City of Kootenav 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  LBOUOR   LICENSE   APPLICATION.  TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIRTY DAYS  JL\ from date I intend to apply to the Gold Commissioner for a liquor license for my hotel, situate at  Kaslo, on A avenue. W. J. STEVENSON, Kaslo.  ���������   Nelson, B.C., April 18, 1893.      ��������� ��������� 146-4  LIQUOR   LICENSE   APPLICATION.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIRTY DAYS  after date I intend to apply to the Gold Commissioner  for a liquor license for my hotel, situate i?t Lardo.  P. F. RYAN.  Nelson, B.C., April 5, 1893. 146-4  TIMBER   LICENSE   APPLICATION.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIRTY DAYS  after date I intend to apply to the Honorable Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for a license to cut and  carry away timber on the following described land : On  the east side of Slocan Lake, West Kootenay District,B.C.,  viz.: Commencing at a stake placed 1���������- miles south-east of  New Denver, thence 250 chains in a south-west course,  thence 80 chains in a westerly course, thence 250 chains in  a northerly course, thence 40 chains to the place of commencement, containing 1000 acres more or less.  S. M. WHARTON.  New Denver, B.C., October 4, 1892. 146-4  LIQUOR   LICENSE APPLICATION.  NT OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIRTY DAYS  -^ from date I intend applying to the Gold Commissioner, for a license to sell liquor in my hotel, situate at the  south end of Trout Lake where the Government trail goes  to the Lake.  April 1,1893. H. P. JACKSON.  NOTICE.  Thirty days from date I intend to apply to the Gold  Commissioner for a license to sell liquor in a hotel situate  on the Government land 10 miles above the town of Lardo.  April 1, 1893. A. C. PEARSON.  A YOUNG MAN WITH FIFTEEN YEAR'S EXPERI-  .������������������_. ENCE in business, and now manager of a first-class  general 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.  LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATION.  -ftTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIRTY DAYS  J_v    from date I intend to apply to the Gold Commissioner  for a license to sell liquor at my hotel situate at the town-  site of Say ward. F. C. ALLAN.  Nelson, April 25, 1893. 144-4  E. 0. Campbell-Johnston  (of Swansea, India, and the United States.)  1ST,   ASS AVER,  ENGINEER.  Properties reported on. All assays undertaken. Furnaces and concentrating plants planned and erected.  Treatment for ores given. Ores bought and sold. Box  731, Vancouver, B. C.   Terms cash.  K OF  (Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1862.)  CAPITAL (paid np), ������600,000  (With power to increase.)  $2,930,000  CAPITAL (all paid up), $12,000,000  REST,        .       .       .       . 0,900,000  Sir DONALD A. SMITH, president  Hon. GEO. A. DRUMMOND, Vice-President  E. S. CLOUSTON '..: General Manager  RKSERVE FUNB,  ������200,000     .    .       1,265,333  _isr_E___iSOisr __3_^____sroi_:-  _b^-_a__hntc_e_:__]S =  Victoria, B. C, San Francisco, California,  Vancouver, B. C, Portland, Oregon,  NewWestminster,B.C,   Seattle, Washington,  Nanaimo, B. C, Tacoma, Washington;  Kamloops, B. C.  HEAD OFFICE: 60 Lombard street, LONDON, England.  AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS:  CANADA���������Bank of Montreal and branches;  Canadian Bank of Commerce and branches  Imperial Bank of Canada and branches;  Commercial Bank of Manitoba ; and  ^ Bank of Nova Scotia.  UNITED STATES���������Agents Bank of Montreal, New YrorK;  Bank of Montreal, Chicago.  Nelson Branch:   N, W. Cor. Baker and Stanley Sts.  Branches in London (England), New York and Chicago  and in the principal cities in Canada;  Buy and sell sterling exchange and cable tranfers;  Grant commercial and travelers' credits, available in any  ��������� part of the world;  Drafts issued; Collections made; Etc.  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.  On i3nd after 1st January next the rate of interest on  deposits will be 3_-per cent, until further notice.  _  ��������� ..   NELSON,  B.C.  Plasterer,   Bricklayer and   Stone-Mason  Contracts  taken  for work  at all   points   in  West Kootenay.  SAVINGS   BANK -,pn#_--  Rate of interest at present 3_r per cent.  .G. W. RICHARDSON.  Nelson, R. ���������.  R, _. I5EAXEY  Kaslo, R. ���������.  RICHABDSON& BEALE  Real Estate and Mining Brokers.  iELSOSM    AND    KASLO.  General   Founders,   Engineers,   Boiler   Makers,   and   Manufacturers   of   All  Classes of Machinery.     Sawmill and Marine Work a Specialty.  SOUS   MANUFACTURERS   OF   THE  and Mill, B. 0. Shingle Machines, Steam  Log Hauling Machines.  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.  HOISTING ENGINES AND  SINKING PUMPS FOE MINES.  Corner Alexander Street and Westminster Ave., VANOOTJYEE, B. 0.  ,, -       J. W. CAMPION,  Agent West Kootenay.  Secretary-Treasurer.  E^^SMcti^-^'"-^ ���������������������������"7T������r&\<FZ17  '    \ Cm  'lr>������l t������-     -      .  ntttt?^^ _  THE  MDTBE:. UELSON.   B.   0���������   SATUEDAY,  MAY 6,  1893.  h  I*  It  Thb Miner is printed on Saturdays, and will be  mailed to subscribers at the following cash-in-advance  rates: Three months $1.50, six months $2.50, one year $4.  Contract Advertisements will be inserted at the  rate of $3 an inch (down the column) per month. A  special rate for advertisements of over 2 inches.  Transient Advertisements will be inserted for  15 cents a line for the first insertion and 7 cents a lino  for each additional insertion. Twelve lines of 9 words  each make an inch. AU advertisements printed for  a less period than 3 months considered transient and  must be paid for in advance. Advertisements of less  than 12 lines will be counted as 12 lines.  Letters to the Editor will only appear over the  writer's name. Communications with such signatures  as "Old Subscriber," "Veritas," "Citizen," etc., etc.,  will not be printed on any consideration.  Birth Notices free if weight of child is given; if  weight is not given $1 will be charged. Marriage  announcements will be charged from $1 to $10���������according to the social standing of the bridegroom.  Job Printing in good style at fair rates. Cards,  envelopes, and letter, note, and account papers kept  in stock.  " GANG AFT'x A GLEE."  (By arr������������������geroent with Byron's Ghost.)  G The Kasloites came down like wolves from the fold,  Their pockets were laden with " plans " and with gold.  They counted up noses���������full forty they see ;  Enough to snow under a small twenty-three.  In the strength of their numbers they snorted in scorn :  " We'll make these jays wish they had never been born ;  " We'll razzle 'em, dazzle 'em by numbers and wealth,  " For none of ' us people' are here for our health."  At midnight they met, drawn in battle array ;  They fought and they wrestled till breaking of day.  Their chieftains, in anger, fell back one by one,  And the cry rose as ever, " Come on with your fun."  The steamer's shrill whistle was tooted in vain ;  They said, " We'll stay with it, and try it again.  " They are weary of scrapping ; they'll give up the fight ;  " We'll meet them and beat them quite easy to-night."  They spouted and voted ; they toiled to a man :  They tried all the wrinkles of someone's bright plan.  But when Victory seemed surest it caused no concern,  For quickly was carried a move to adjourn.  Their leaders stood stricken ; their hash traps spread wide  Aghast at both numbers and money defied ;  And still they are wailing aloud in their grief,  While Nelson breathes deeply a sigh of relief.  CONTEMPORANEOUS  HISTORY.  Is is to be regretted that the present split has  taken place between the business men of the  cities of Nelson and Kaslo. But in this connection it might be well for the people of Kaslo to  understand, once and for all, that the business  men of Nelson have been heie too long to be  bulldozed or tricked by any stratagem. If by  their utterance outside meetings, and by their  proceedings while such meetings are in progress, Kaslo people convey the idea that they  mean to run the South Kootenay Board, of  Trade in the interests of Kaslo they need not  expect much toleration from the Nelson members.'  ���������-.*���������*..  *  The failure which has attended the efforts of  consolidating the business interests of Nelson  and Kaslb teaches one lesson, and that is that  such a consolidation could never be achieved  successfully. The passing of the Kaslo muster  of forty into the membership of the Board en  bloc was a mistake, but it has given the people  of Kaslo an opportunity of showing their hand,  and they have done so. It has also awakened  the business men  of Nelson.  * ���������  The people of Kaslo affirm that Kaslo should  have the controlling influence on the Board.  Their action in delaying their entrance into the  Board until they could muster sufficient  strength to carry the meeting in their favor  proves this, even had the tell-tale " Plan of  Campaign " remained undiscovered. They wish  to make a complete revision of the Board bylaws    and  elect    the   entire  slate   of   officers  anew. Their first move being to take exception  to the manner in which the secretary's duties  had been discharged, and it is said they desire  to have a paid secretary appointed at $100 per  month.  *  There may be reasons underlying all this. It  is an open secret that Kaslo realty is not any  higher than it was a few months ago, and that  an organized effort is being made to keep the  boom going for another few months. The  details of this plan are interpreted as including  the starting of a daily newspaper, which,  according to the promoters, will cost $1,000 per  month to operate, and which the business men  of Kaslo will be asked to run after subscribing  $8,000 for the purchase of a plant.  * *  It mav not be unreasonable to deduce that  the hand of William Baillie can be traced  through these plans. He is at present the ser-1  vant of one of the largest holders of, Kaslo  realty. He is a newspaper man, and rumor has  it that he has a newspaper plant for sale.  #  Consider what the effect would be on the outside world if the South Kootenay Board of  Trade was to be converted into a Kaslo concern.  If a daily newspaper could be run for a few  months, even at a loss of $500 per month, behind which scheme are men who have evinced  the liveliest kind of an interest in the pulling of  the South Kootenay Board of Trade to Kaslo.  Might not the secretary of the Board so constructed play the dual role of secretary and  editor, and would not any salary paid such  secretary partake somewhat of the nature of a  subscription to a Kaslo booming sheet.  * #  *  Would a Kaslo  revised  edition of the South  Kootenay Board of Trade  use its influence to  secure a port  of  entry at Nelson or at Kaslo ?  Would the fact that Nelson was guilty of such  an  unholy alliance aid her in a protest against  such a Board's requisition for a port of entry at  Kaslo or not?  .������������������*���������#���������  *..'- " .". ��������� ��������� ���������  The Miner believes that there is room enough  for both Nelson  and Kaslo in  the district of  West Kootenay.     It regrets  exceedingly that  such a split has occurred, but it will not remain  silent when  those  interested in Kaslo seek  to  use Nelson's interest against herself to give  Kaslo a more creditable appearance with the  outside world. A town may have too much of  a good thing, and promising towns have been  injured before to-day by over booming.  00Y   ON   KIDS.  Or tlie Influence of a  Sweet-faced Girl on a StoiigEi  Man's  Heart.  Something in the nature of a poetic temperament has been engrafted into the Kasio-Slocan  Examiner. If you don't believe it read this and  be convinced :  " There is nothing in this world that goes to a  rough man's heart quicker than the image of the  sweet face of a little girl. On the dock where  the Ainsworth landed was a pretty girl, a girl  bud, Ruth Henry by name, that attracted the  attention of everyone. Little Ruth, you were  not overlooked by the representative of the  Examiner. As he looked at your face and  listened to your innocent prattle he feign would  hide a tear as he thought of that other one who  stayed only long enough to learn to say ���������' Papa,  papa,' and by angel hands was taken to that  better world ; and the sight of your pretty face  will remain a never-forgotten feature of our  journey."  a  The  Best  is  the   Cheapest."  We represent the  Best Makers of  Pianos,  OrgaitS, 'and  Sewing Machines  HE.NTZiV.AN,  BELL,   AND  SINGER.  TURNER BROS.  500 copies of Sheet Music just arrived.  ESTABLISHED 1885.  Manufacturer and Importer  of all Grades of  H     D   ,  BBI  _  Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums,  Window Shades, etc.  WHOLESALE   ONLY.  21-23   CORDOVA   STREET,  m-   __ VANCOUVER, B.C.  _   Telephone 52.  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  BUILDING   CONTRACTORS  B  Corner Lake and Ward Sts.,   Nelson, B.C.  JUSTAREIVED  At Robson.  First Ix.ye of the Season  Imported and Domestic Cigars, Etc.  HUDSON'S BAY COMFY  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  AGENTS FOR  Hiram Walker & Son's,       an*       Fort Garry Flour Mills,  Limited, ana Mn^'f"Kn  Manitoba.  Address,  Nelson  or  Kaslo, B. 0,  4  Si  ������_������������������*_.  graB^%s_g^^f^^  s1; ������������������������������������r-i THE MINEE :  NELSON,  B. C,   SATUEDAY MAY 6, 1893.  ������������������ ��������� i.   J_������������������_, en  .���������f~y���������i_  ���������minmMMiwi  ^  -*  ������:  __j i  FRO  :������  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 Constructed from Duncan to the centre of the  Lardo Mines. Beautifully Situated. Level Land. The Only Point on Upper  Kootenay Lake.    '���������'���������������������������".'���������'  et tn on  n  er  tn jo  X     X     X      X      X      X  XXXXXXXX  X      X      X      X     X     X  FSSS  ____E__i_=_������  ^������-----f_-_'������rerr  =^^1  : smpme  agon-Road is Under Cons  and the G-old  s  avoiding the uangerous  ening the Distance  traction from  ecting  vagation of the  er  _,   'XT-.   4-1  1610.8.  oint to the foot  own.  ower Duncan  seven Miles.  __  7  For further Information as to Prices for Lots, Terms, etc, Apply to  ,a������mw������gu<mi������������maa������^^ \-v  If-  ���������<r  ���������*>  THE  MINEE:  KELSON.  B.  0,,  SATtTKDAY,  MAY 6,  1893.  1  1.5  S    COLUMBIA  ABOUT   TWO   SV9ILES   NORTH   OF   THE  The Junction of Eiver and Eailway Transportation.  The  Supply Point  of the Southern end  of the  Nelson &  Fort Sheppard  Eailway/ now |  being Constructed.  Persons  Desiring  Locations  for Immediate  Building  Can  Have  Choice  of alternate Lots  at $150 for Corners and $100 for Inside Lots, on and after, Tuesday, April 24th.  Application to be  Made on the Ground,  o  1 \y  JOSHUA    DA VIES.  BOUCHIER'S   EOMANCE  ENDS  HE  IS  GATHEEED  IN AT LAST BY A PAIE  OP ENTEEPEISING BOBBIES  Tlie Girl Who Eloped WItli Mini froiii Victoria Was  Acting- as His S_������y, and by 'Tracking Mer tlie  Officers Came Upon tlie Unhappy Francis Hiding  in tlie Bmslies.  Francis  Bouchier,  who less  than a year ago  was one of the dashing leaders of the crenae de  la creme society of Victoria, occupied a cell in  the   provincial     jail     at   New    "Westminster.  Bouchier was a handsome, dashing young Englishman   with   a   handsome   young wife,   and  when .he arrived at Victoria several years ago  society   took him   right   into   his   arms.      He  established the   real   estate fir in  of Bouchier,  Croft & Mallette  and did a rushing business.  Spending money, however, faster than he made  it,  he soon  became pressed,  and it is alleged,  misappropriated funds  entrusted to him  in a  business way.     It  is also said that he sold property that did not belong to him, and the total  amount of his  shortcomings  is  large.    While  flying she highest he had become desperately in  love with a young lady named Miss Genu, who  was  employed as  a teacher in   a   fashionable  ladies' colleg'e,  and,  it is said, seduced her...  In  June   last    the   couple   eloped,   leaving  Mrs.  Bouchier in Victoria an provided for.  Bouchier and Miss Gf-enn took the train for  Montreal. Miss Genu was taken ill on the train  and had to stop off at Calgary, where it was  found she had smallpox. She was confined to  the smallpox hospital there and Bouchier pro  ceeded, to Winnipeg, from where he wired her  o join him in New York oh her recovery. This  she did, and the couple, after being heard from  once or twice, disappeared from view for a  time.  Not long ago Bouchier turned up in San  Francisco, still accompanied by Miss Genn, and.  last week the latter was seen in Victoria by  parties interested in Bouchier's arrest. Her  presence quickly aroused the suspicion that  Bouchier could not be very far off, and orders  were sent out from provinciol police headquarters to keep a sharp lookout for the much-  wanted man.  In the meantime Miss Genn's movements  were shadowed, and from her actions it became  evident that the pair contemplated taking,the  steamship Empress of Japan for China, so the  vessel wasfsearched at Victoria, but Bouchier  was not on board.  The shadowing of Miss Genu still continued  and when she arrived in Westminster Governor  Moresby  was  not  long  in arriving at the conclusion  that Bouchier was not far off.    About  twelve o'clock  on   Wednesday morning Sergt.  Walker, of Victoria, accompanied by a provincial   constable,    came  over   from   Vancouver.  Miss  Genu had been in the capital to arrange  for a fresh supply, aud shortly after her arrival  in town, took the steamer for South Westminster,   and   unknown   to   the   unfortunate  but  faithful woman the officers were  passengers on  the same boat with her.  When she left the ferry she walked down the  Great Northern track, and a moment later held  up her umbrella as a signal that all was well.  In response to the signal Bouchier was seen  coming out of the bushes, where he had lain  hidden from an early hour in the morning. The  officers waited until he was close to Miss Genn,  and then, strolling over in their direction,  suddenly nabbed the man and placed him under  arrest.  Bouchier submitted without a word. The  party then came back to the city, and Bouchier,  having been without food since last night, was  given a meal at the Hotel Douglas. Miss Genn  walked by his side from the ferry landing to the  hotel, and afterwards accompanied him to the  Bouchier looks anything but the swell he was  .���������a short year ago. His clothes are shabby and  his whole appearance betokens worry.- Miss  Genn zelso appears careworn, and the beauty for  which she was noted at one time, is somewhat  faded. She is small and dark, has fine eyes and  a perfect figure.  Boucliier Out on ISail.  The case of Bouchier was called at the Police  Court in Victoria on Saturday. He was charged  with fraudulently obtaining $50 from J. G.  Cameron, of Victoria. When the case was  called, W. J. Taylor, who appeared for the  pro'secution, asked that the prisoner be remanded, neither side being ready to proceed.  A. h. Belyea, for the defence, consented to an  adjournment, but asked that in the meantime  his client be admitted to bail. The Magistrate  admitted tne prisoner to bail in $250, with two  sureties, who were immediately forthcoming.  (  ARCHITECT   AND   SUPERINTENDENT,  Plans, Specifications, and jDetail  Drawings Furnished.  Josephine Street,, near Baker Street, Nelson, B.C.  A  ^������_  NEWSPAPER     AND  Job Plant that originally  cost .$1,S00, and which is now  on view in Victoria, will be  sold for $1250, on easy terras  of payment. A small expenditure would enable the  purchaser to fit out a neat  little weekly newspaper office  with job plant.  This is a splendid opportunity for a good printer with  small means. The pla.nt consists of Colt's Armory press,  10x15 bed, with throw-oif, patent ink disc, ink fountain,  and steam attachments, and having cost laid down in  "Victoria $410. One small Gordon press. One 24-inch Sanborn paper cutter, 100 fonts job type, brevier body type,  six fonts wood type, four imposing stones, cases, stands,  cabinets, chairs, galleys, etc.  Will be sold en bloc on easy terms, or any single article  for cash.   For further particulars apply to or address  Alf. W. Wood, The Miner Office, Nelson, B.C.  ���������if*: THE MINEE :  NELSON,  B. 0., ��������� SATUEDAY MAY 6, 18P3.  THEY ARE GAUGHT IN THE ACT  KASLO  SHOULD  LOOK  UP THEIE BAILLIE  WHEN THEY STAET ON AN EXPEDITION  Their _-ca������lcr.s Over-reach Thesuselves antl Oll'ering  an tfiisi.lt to one oi" J&ooteiiay's fl'ioueers They  Promote a SH.sseii3ion Which _aBises Their defeat  ���������They Satlly Wnmler Home Again.   ,  From Thursday Morning's Extra.  If those people from Kaslo who were taken in  as members of the South Kootenay Board of  Trade en bloc on Wednesday morning had  planned to do a contemptible trick they could  not better have carried out such intentions  than by doing as they did last night in tendering a gratuitous insult to Harold Selous.  ' The tendency which some of the Kaslo people  have developed for illogical reasoning reached  the climax last evening at the adjourned meeting o������the Board.  For the past two weeks the people of Nelson  who interested themselves in the matter of  securing a Board of Trade, have been engaged  in studying the whims of some people from  Kaslo, and have undertaken the herculean task  of accommodating themselves to the convenience of the same set. -  There was, of course, as full a representation  of members as could be mustered,, and the  meeting had not - been allowed to proceed  through the preliminary stages before William  Baillie rose to a point of order, holding that the  meeting had not been legally convened, as the  1 meeting of Wednesday morning had broken  up without an adjournment.  He was informed from the minutes that the  meeting had been formally adjourned and that  the present session was the result of such  adjournment.  President    Lemon    incidentally   mentioned,  however, that he  agreed with Baillie regarding  the  validity of ������the  meeting,   but as a coupler  5v added that  the early morning seance of Wednesday  morning  was  a twin  brother  in   this  Ii respect with the present session.  " Then if the meetings have been illegal,"  retorted Baillie, "the charter members of the  Board have placed themselves in a very peculiar  position���������that of receiving money under false  pretences."  John M. Burke was quite orthodox from the  Kaslo text, arguing that the Wednesday morning meeting was quite legal, but that there  might be something of a flaw in. the present  meeting.  Now early in the evening the secretary had  been asked to call the roll, but when he proceeded to read the minutes of the morning  meeting it was found that the last name on the  minutes was that of E. L. Minis, while the roll  included several after that.  To. allay the fears of' the Kaslo people who  may have thought that a job was being put .up  on them, it was explained that the new names  on the list".were names of men who had appeared on the original list for charter* application,   but   as  only  the  necessary number had  been   appended  to   the final  application, they  had been received as  charter members and had  paid a proportion of their subscription.  The Kaslo people asked for something in the  way of minutes bearing on this, but Secretary  Bigelow informed them that the member who  had the minutes of that meeting was not out  this evening, and it would take a day to dig  him and the minutes out.  The minutes were finally passed, but not  without another" kick on the part. of Wm.  Baillie.  Harold Selous rose and asked the'secretary  why his name was not called, he having been one  of those who subscribed in the first instance.  This brought up the old difficulty about the  members who had subscribed their names since  the Wednesday morning meeting, but President  Lemon was not going to be upset by any little  technicality, and he declared that they were all  right.  The Kaslo delegation gave indications that  they were gathering steam for another kick,  but in this they were forestalled by Br'er  Houston, who expressed the opinion that if the  Kaslo people could, not allow business to proceed they could win the eternal regard of the  Board by staying at home.  Well, by and bye Bigelow moved the wheel a  -bit and  the  meeting reached  business arising  out of the minutes.      This  took in the question  of Harold Selous' membership,   and to simplify  matters   his  application   was  handed in to the  Board's  Council,   along  with  three pthers, the  list reading :  Harold Selous,  A. J. Marks,  Robt. A. Renwick,  Alf. W. Wood.  The Council retired to consider the applications and returning, reported favorably upon  all four. The Nelson contingent then endeavored to have the rules suspended and allow the  applications to be taken en bloc.  There was no one in the room who anticipated  that the forty men who were accommodated in  a similar manner at an early hour that same  morning would take exception to that practice.  But they did, and the meeting divided. Kaslo  had a narrow majority, as the voting force of  Nelson increased as the meeting progressed.  A suggestion followed the vote that the applications be laid over until the next session.  This was cut short by the appearance of a  large figure in the front, row. He rose and took  a bird'seye view of the people constituting the  meeting. He had" pinned his faith to "West  Kootenay when it was but little known, but  there were more than a score of strange faces  looking into his when he surveyed the meeting.  The man who had risen to address the meeting was no doubt positive that none of the  gentry who had voted nay on the question of  suspending the rules had accompanied him  when he .'tranaped' into this country only a few  years ago. They had not been associated with  him in the early pioneer days of West Kootenay, when he had swung his axe. They had  probably come across the line within the past  month, and might glide back again within a  week, but they had practically informed this  man that they would consider his application-  some more convenient time.  The speaker did not employ needless words,  but every word weighed a pound. " I rise to  thank you, gentlemen, for* the courtesy you  have shown me this evening." And Harold  Selous walked ont of the room.  A motion immediately followed from the  Nelson contingent that the Board do now  adjourn, and this was carried by a vote of 23 to  22, one or two of the newly-elected outside  members voting with Nelson to show their disapprobation of the policy pursued by the Kaslo  members in refusing to receive four applications  en bloc, while they had constituted part of  forty who had been so received that same  morning,   Those who attended the meeting last evening  would hardly have imagined that both sides had  agreed through their committees to get clown to  business and stop scraping. At the afternoon  conference it was generally understood that the  evening meeting would be conducted on this  assumption :  The only basis on which businesscan be transacted is for the board to proceed with the election to fill the. vacancies���������being the the vice-  presidency, half the seats on the Council, and  half the seats on the board of arbitration.  After the election of these officers and the  transaction of any unfinished business, the  board is to adjourn.  If the Kaslo delegates have any special business on which they wish the board to take action  they are under the by-laws, at liberty to call a  meeting in the usual way at Kaslo, or any other-  place in the district, bur 'he business must be  specified when they make the call.  THEY DROP THE LITTLE GAME  THE WEE BIT  OF PAPEE THAT TOLD ^THE  TALE  TOO* SOON.  The '������ fi*lan of Campaign " is Committed to Paper,  and Their ������Slim<lerii.<> SiaiirfarrtlUcarer Loses it���������  An Exact Copy of the Plot that was l>csignc<l to  Plant the  iioar<l of Trade at Kaslo.  Well, the Kaslo delegation has departed, and  strangely enough they did not take the South  Koetenay Board of Trade with them.  It^is suspected   that   the   Kaslo   capitalists  found the toy too heavy and decided to return  again.  * *  By the way, there is much soreness among  some of the Kaslo people on account of John A.  "Watson's vote on the motion to adjourn. The  Kaslo people claim that Watson threw them.  The Miner earnestly; wishes that the Kaslo  people would carry their complaint to Mr.  Watson personally. If that gentleman is in  the same mood as he was when the insult was  tendered to- Harold Selous they would have  reason probably to think that they were roughly thrown.  * *  Just how the Kaslo people managed to stick  together may be explained by the following,  which was picked up in the crowd at the first  meeting on Wednesday morning early :  PLAN OP CAMPAIGN.  A���������Ask if due notice of General meeting lias been given.  Firs-*-���������Ask Board Officers and Oouncil to resign, and  abrogate all by-laws, except the by-law for election of mom-  bers, so that operations may be begun entirely anew. ,  Second���������Ask Board to elect Kaslo members,   after examining   roll to see that we are in a majority. ���������  Third���������If in a majority give notice of intended by-laws.  Fourth���������Move an adjournment to meet next time at Kaslo,  ' or elect officers first .and adjourn afterwards as may be thought  best. ������ '  Jas. McDonald & Co.  Nelson and Kevelstolte,  carry full lines of ail kinds of furniture for residences,  hotels, and offices.   Mattresses made to order, and  at prices lower than eastern and coast.  They are also agents for  Evans Pianos and Boherty Organs.  NELSON   STORE :  Wo. 4 Houston ������._ Ink OS mil ding, Josephine Street.  NELSON  avery  WILSON & WILLIAMSON,  PROPRIETORS.  HAY AM)  GRAIN 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.  4       ' !  \i:m  ���������������������������I.���������_r? ���������!���������?������������������ 3-:���������J    I'M!    ,-LI'L'n-^i   J   ���������������������������   mil������il_i   IH.W ��������� ��������� II _.*11*"."^ \mSmST  *rayv*-\ * 3  I 3*  If**  H'  If  II  J  I-J?  IS:"  I-  1-  1?  f-a-  P'  o  u  c-imE  MINEE;  NELSON.   B.   C,   SATUEDAY,   MAY 6,   1893.  ?r{  I.\ O. box G9.  Telephone 2dL  Edward Applewhaite & Co.  S. E. corner Baker and Josephine streets,  NELSON, B. C.  S  I  I  FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS.  Loans negotiated on Nelson property.   Collections made.  Conveyancing documents drawn up.  Town  Lots  Lands   and   Mining  Claims  Handled  . ���������     * on Commission.  (Deputy Sheriff.)  LICENSED AUCTIONEER  NELSON, B. C.  .A'.u.iioi: sales made at. any  point  in West Kootenay.  Dlyr t-ii-r.   f.l own lots and mining claims bought and sold on  c^tsiniissiin.- A general real estate business transacted.  ?v?j..~ -���������.���������>������ (}ie present at residence,  corner of Carbonate  and Kootenay treets. 134  J.   A.   KIRK  J.  P. RITCHIE  KIRK &��������� RITCHIE,  Dominion    and    Provincial    Land  Surveyors.  Oiilce   ovli*   Bank   of   British   Columbia,   Nelson,   B. C  t_e_::__  Kootenay  KASLO, B. C.  LUMBER, ROUGH AND DRESSED,  SHINGLES, LATHS, MOULDINGS,  ASH, DOORS, GIG-SAW WORK,  TURNING-LATHE WORK.  S  ON   HAND   OR   MADE  TO ORDER  The <3e.-<! of Shipping Facilities.   300,00  feet of Lumber in  the Nelson Lumber Yard.  e. <>. tmvuANAX.  P.O. address. Nelson or Kaslo.  MINING    ENGINEER  ASSAYER  ISTJEILSOISr-     33. C_  Office:   Victoria Street.  a  <���������������_������������  _!_^-  The above Townsite is now placed on the  market.   It is situated on the north end of Trout Lake,  in the famous Lardeau country, which is going to be  one of the richest mining regions in America. Numerous  rich claims have been found close to this townsite,  which  will make it the distributing point for an  immense tract of country.   It is the only level land on  the north end of the lake. The owners intend to expend  money on streets and other improvements in the spring.  The  trail  from  Lardeau City, on Arrow Lake, to  Kootenay Lake runs through this townsite.   For 30  days from date One Hundred Lots will be Sold for  a  For Further Particulars Apply to  Offices at Nelson, a7id Kaslo, B. C.  Or to HENRY CROFT. Victoria, B  iSMI������IMUi_MiM!aim^  A I        t t I THE MltfEK :  .KELSON, B. 0.,  SATUEDAY MAY 6, 1893.  LA_TDEIG-A_T SELLS OUT  BSis Interest in the   Homestalte Claim on  tlie Forks  of Trail Creek.  Another transfer of Trail Creek property was  completed last week. This time it is one-half  interest in the Homestake claim, at Trail Creek  fork-*, whi-h was purchased by C. A. Teasdle  from Michael Laiidrigah, the sale being negotiated by A. B. Railton.   The other half-interest  is owned by Oliver Bordeaux, who will join Mr.  Teasdle in development of the property.  The Homestake is located at the forks of Trail  creek, about five miles from the Columbia river.  The proposed railway line runs within one-half  mile of the claim. A shaft was sunk last year  and several tons of ore taken out, leaving the  drift in eight feet of solid ore. The ore carries  from   $1 to  $0  in  gold, and about $15 in silver  76 ounces of silver per ton.  Wliy Bealey Came ���������o Xeison.  One  of   our leading  real  estate  dealers  and  money lenders, whose   partner lives   in Nelson,  requests all persons having connection with the  lines not to take down their audiphones when  persons are trying to. talk with Nelson, "For,"  said he, " it so interfered wit h the instrument  that my partner's voice seemed to become  weaker and weaker, so much so that I became,  alarmed as to his health and took a hurried trip  to Nelson.���������Kaslo-Slocan Examiner.  Nelson is Solid.  Telegrams and lelters just received from  Nelson report that the construction of the  Nelson and Fort Sheppard railway is bringing  large numbers of people daily into that thriving  town, every train and steamer being crowded,  and that quite an active demand for real estate  has sprung up. Agents in Vancouver also  report a lively demand for lots in Nelson. It  looks as though Nelson was going to have a  boom on hand of such dimensions as to make all  other Kootenay booms dwarf into insignificance.  ���������Vancouver World.  B  (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.  _To. 1, JOSEPHINE STREET, NELSON, B. 0.  Lots for Sale in  99  Adjoining the government townsite of Nelson  *    AT $125 AND UPWARDS  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.  fe_*  ___  *:  ORADO OF BRITISH COLUMBIA    *���������  ALL   THE   ORE   OUTPUT  Now assured to Nakusp by the immediate construction of the Nakusp & Slogan  Railway, which will start at Nakusp and end at the Forks of Carpenter Creek,  directly in the centre of the Slocan Mines.  INEO   OTHER   ROUTE   OAM  Thirty-five miles of railway from Nakusp will tap the whole of the mines of the  Slocan District, and the Ores are bound to come out by the Natural Gateway,  via Nakusp to the general welfare and prosperity of the Province.  A Provincial Railway Charter and Subsidy and a Dominion Railway Charter  have been obtained for the Nakusp & Slocan Railway, and the Canadian .Pacific  Railwny Company have entered into an agreement to lease and operate the railway for twenty-five years. There can be no doubt as to ^theimportance^of  NAKUSP-tSe Gateway of the Slocan Country either from t he North or South,  and Yhf principal shipping and distributing point for all the district tributary to  Slocan Lake.  Now in contemplation, consequent on the definite settlement of the Railway  motion The^Nakusp & Slogan Railway will be built .with a bush  qp^_t?ntothaLrtoTthe Mines. See Wardner's and other experts'estimates  ofthe^piSduction of Slocan Mines in the press. All this now assured is directly  tributary to the Nakusp & Slocan Railway.  LOTS  ARKET  oi7 April  20th at  old prices,   but  will  be advanced  20%  on  May 1st,  ^���������_ ���������  -^  General Agents,  Vancouver, B.C.  E. 0. 0AEPE_ITEE,: Manager.  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. ���������       Speeial fltates for Weekly  Boarders.  Private Rooms for Transient ������wests.  Baker street, Nelson, B. C.  HAS  ON DISPLAY A FULL RANGE OF  Plain and Fancy Worsted Suitings and Scotch and  Irish Tweeds and Serges.  IPIRIOIES TO SUIT THE TIMES  ITS'    HOTEL,  RESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER  Meals at ...all Hours  of the  ������ay and  Niglftt.  154-tt  Cold and Hot Luncheon.  Now ready for business.  One and all, call and see me.  BEN EDINGTON, Proprietor.  the BLUE BIDaE HOUSE  Ten miles from Kaslo on the trail to Slocan mines.  First  Glass  Accommodations for  Travelers.    Best  Brands of Liquors and Oigars.  PRICES   MODERATE.  McDonald Bros.  Proprietors.  W. M, MACKINNON, 0. E.  (Ass. Mem. Inst. C. E.)  Water Supply, Irrigation, Water   Power,   Bridges  Structural Iron Work, Etc.  Office corner Homer and Cordova sts.,  VANCOUVER. B. C.  133-tf B  J *   r '  t?:  _j._ti_'_j_____-____f_arf^i^MiMr^vft*ivosr  r  PI  S3.  |A !  I  1  I  10  THE  MIITEE:  KELSON.  B.  0,,   SATUEDAY,  MAY 6,  1893.  Dealers in Dry Goods* Groceries, Provisions, Canned Goods, Hardware, Etc.   Miners' Supplies a Specialty.  The stock is full and complete in every Department, and the Dublic will find it to their advantage to call and insuect Goods  and compare Prices.  CTOJESUsf   ___w   TTJ_R_!SrEI_e,   !L_EGKR-  7, 9, and 11 East Yernon Street, NELSON, B. 0.  Telephone 27.  NELSON PEESONAL REGISTER  THE MOVEMENTS  OF  OTJE CITIZENS  AND  OTJE VISITORS.  Everyone May Know tlie Wlaereafoonts off Everybody.  lSlse���������Visitors   to   T_te Miner Office  May   Record  tfiie Movements of Themselves and Their Friends  Who Wander. .        ���������*  H. Ashby was in Nelson on Monday.  E. E. Coy, of Kaslo, was in Nelson this week.  John Watson, of __insworth, was in the city  this week.  Messrs. D. B. and A. N. Bogle left Nelson this  week for Lardo.  E. O. Delong leaves for Nakusp to-morrow,  where he will open a blacksmith shop.  J. F. Bledsoe, of the Victoria Colonist, will be  in the Kootenay country all summer in the  interests of his paper.  Rev. T. H. Rogers preached to a fair congregation in Kaslo last week. He will occupy his  own pulpit to-morrow.  J. W. Tolson left Nelson on Tuesday for  Revelstoke, where he will meet his brother, and  then proceed to Victoria.  A.,D. Scroggy,   contracting freight agent of  the C.P.R.,   has  been a guest at the Phair this  1 week. He is here in connection with his depart-  ���������  inent of the service. ^;-  :-v H. E. Bradley, representing BroderiBk &  _ferley, the Chatham, Ont., merchant tailors, is  -in the Kootenay country, and will be at the  kelson hotel on Monday.  J. D. Marsden, of the Galena Trading Co.,  Pilot Bay, while in the city, reported business  quiet there, with certain prospects for a good  summer and fall business.  John Dean, of Victoria, who is with H. B.  Smith's party of surveyers, passed through  Nelson this week from Fort Sheppard to the  Kootenay reclamation works.  J. Hetherington-Bowes, B.A., is again able to  attend to the legal wants of his numerous  clients. He lays the blame of his attack of  typhoid fever upon the bad water in Victoria,  wwre he believes he contracted the fever.  Ice Cream Social.  The Ladies' Aid Association of the Presbyterian church will give an ic^ cream social in  the church on Friday evening. A musical programme will lend its pleasure to the occasion.  The ladies expect all Nelson will accept of their  hospitality.    Tickets will be for sale next week.  Salmon River Mining.  ;; There is every reason to believe that the  ���������Salmon River gold fields will have their quota  ������f prospectors and miners this summer. Two  Nelson men���������Ike Lougheed and Mike Molloy���������  returned from a trip up the Salmon this week.  There are operators at work upon at least half a  dozen claims already. The Mizner brothers  have discovered a quartz ledge near Hill's bar.  A special piece of the rock went as high as $150  and the whole averages $30 in gold to the tori.  J. ��������������� Sfeen Dies at Ciolden.  J. C. Steen,  of the firm of G. A. Bigelow &  Co., of this city, died this week at Golden.    No  particulars have been obtained, other than that  the deceased died there suddenly. He was  returning to Revelstoke from the East whep  death overtook him.  Bigelow as an Engineer.  George A. Bigelow is acting this week in the  capacity of chief engineer of the Consumers^  Water works. President Barnard has requested  George A. Keefer, C.E., to look after his company's system in this city. The plan being to  patch up the present system and then make  provision for increasing the capacity and efficiency. Keefer being busy on the reclamation  work deputed his authority to Bigelow respecting the patching, and George is now busy  illustrating his proficiency in the engineering  line.  From Duncan River.  Two young men  from  C. E. Perry's part y at  Duncan  City   came down   this   week.      They  report that there are fully two hundred prospectors now on their way up the river, and  that everyday adds to the number.  NOTICE  AN ADJOURNED SESSION OF THE FIRST ANNUAL  General Meeting of the South Kootenay Board of  Trade will be held in room 1, Houston block, Nelson, on  Wednesday, May 10th, 1893, at 2 o'clock p.m.  All members of the Board are requested to be in attendance. By order of the President,  (GEORGE A. BIGELOW,  Nelson, B.C., May 3rd, 1893; Secretary.  NOTICE.    :  A   MEETING     OF    THE    DELUGE    HOOK    AND  Ladder Company is called for  Monday Evening at 8.30 p.m.  In room 1, Houston block. All persons having, accounts  against, the Company are requested to present'the same at  once to the Secretary.  W.F. TEETZEL, Secretary.  Nelson, May 5th, 1893.  NOTICE.  mo   ALL   WHOM   IT   MAY   CONCERN.  Iu compliance with^the terms of the articles of incorporation of the Koocenay Lake General Hospital Society  the first directors of the above Society to call a meeting of  all subscribers who have contributed $10 and upwards  toward the building fund, on  Monday, May 20, at 2 p.m.,  In room 1, Houston block, for the purpose of electing  twelve directors for the Kootenay Lake General Hospital  S0Ciety' E.C.ARTHUR,  D. LaBAU,  J.   FRFD.  HUME,  R. E. LEMON,  JOHN  HAMILTON,  R. W. YUILL,  First Directors of the Kootenay Lake General  .Hospital Society.  Nelson, April 25, 1893.        ^_   <_QKf.f_ WILL BUY A FIRST-CLASS DAILY  fcpOQUU 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.  Nelson Ho tel Restuarant  NOW   OPEN.  A carefully prepared menu, under tlie supervision of a  first-class chef.    Sunday dinner at six o'clock.  DURKIN & LYALL, Proprietors.  O     "W\    IB  Assoc. M. Inst. C. E., M. Can. Soc. C. E.  PROVINCIAL -!- LAND -s- SURVEYOR,  BALFOUE.   33.   O-  Telephone Connection.  _A_._JLXj_A._EsT     Xj_EI.  Plasterer and Bricklayer  Will contract for all kinds of work.   Materials furnished  and estimates given for work in any town in  Kootenay Lake Country.  MfttE   F���������*K   SALE  At Nelson and Pilot Bay or delivered at any point on  the lake in any quantity.   Address P.O. box 47, Nelson.  FOR  ^^.^__���������-J  TWO   NEW   FIRE-PROOF   SAFES  ( J. & J. Taylor.)  Can be seen at the C.P.R. Freight Shed.  For further particulars apply to  C.  HAfVBBER,  Local Agent for J. &. J. Taylor Safe Works  __.__*    __^  TAU RANT-  COR. BAKER AND   WARD   STREETS.  OPEN���������  AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR MIGHT  MES. W. 0. PHILLIPS, Proprietress.  Physician, Surgeon, and Accoucheur,  Telephone 45.  Office .*   Stanley and Victoria Streets  "!__  _a_B__8l_I_a&_���������^

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