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 THE MIMUS IN KOOTENAY ARE  AMONG THE RICHEST IN  AMERICA  RES ARE HIGH-GRADE  OLD, SILVER, COPPER  AND LEAD.  Whole Number 327.  Nelson,  British Columbia, Saturday,  November 28, 1896.  Price Five Cents  METAL QUOTATIONS.  Nov.~  Sl-VKK.  (Bar)  Lkad...  NEW YOllK.  ���������.'0       2t       -'        21       2.'������  .(���������.ij...C5....r������i....05i...(ai  PRODUCE OF THE MINES.  RETURNS VOU 1K96 UP TO DATE.  OUE .HEATED IN KOOTENAY.  .20,809  . in. mt  18,9031   01,8,'llA  At Nelson    At Pilot Hay '..  At Trail"   OKE EXrC-lTED.  From Slocan via Kaslo   Slocan via Nakusp   Ainsworlh     Trail Creek (gold ore)   Rossland via Norlliporl..  Tons ���������' 88.338  * In addition 505 tons of imported ore have  been treated at Trail.  NELSON MINING- NOTES.  9,00ol  7._!>7.  .    0-24.    .  (.,3-0  li 23.50(1\  ruODOCJi OF SMELTERS.  Nelson (Hall Mines) Matte   Pilot Bay, silver lead bullion   Trail Smelter Matte      TONS  ...-13U  ...10I2J  .. .30551  lilMJ  ORE SHIPMENTS.  Kctiirnn Since last "IVcilc.  VIA   KASLO.  Washington to Everett   Slocan Boy lo Pueblo, Col   ���������  Ruth to Everett      Whitewater to Everett   Wellington to Everett   Surprise to Everett      17  .Hi  00  10  30  15  VIA NAKUSI*.   ���������  Slocan Star to Omaha   Idaho to Everett   Mountain Chief to Everett.  VIA NORTHPORT.  Mayflower lo Tacoma   MATTE AND BULLION.  (Shippod.)  From Nelson Smelter fMat'e) ���������  Trail Smeller (Matte) '.  178  200  200  20  Thi.   Hull  Minns   .���������>':.-(<-   n ������'<in;l ICr.ui-il In  Silver on   Tni.vda.v.  Tbe Alhainbra on Toad -Mounhiiu is  getting i!s supplies for tlio winter.  Work of .inki-i,- tlie ebaft i: progressing  satisfactorily..  The assay oflice of (be Hall Miues  Company was busy this week sampling  oro from the Salmon Silling. Ainsworlli,  Wild Horse creek nnd Slocau and it was  understood that a number of samples  were found to be suitable.  Everything is running smoothly and  llie severe weather of this month has bad  no effect on Hie tramway. It is thought  that the cutting iri two of tlie tramway  cable will allow it to run without trouble  ali through the winter.  Work is beiug pushed in the Hall  Mines but the smelter consumes the ore  as fast as it is produced. On Tuesday a  good record was made, 33f0 ounces of  silver being produced during tbat day.  A large quantity of extremely rich ore  was handled and while this does not  break auy record, thc .showing is a gooci  one.  In auother column will be found a  notice of application for a liquor license  by the Hall Mines company, the saloon  to be established at or near the mines  There has been cousideiable comment  about the compauy going into tbe saloon  busiuess as it wns thought that that  corporation wns opposed to the sale of  liquor iu the neighborhood of the mines.  The chnugc of bnse hns occasioned some  surprise,  DEATH OP JAMES E. TURNER.  NEWS FROM THE CAMPS.  BJaiEi' PARAGRAPHS RELATING TO  PROSPECTS AND MINES.  Wlinl Is ICriiiir IlKHK' or Alton! In  llr Hone  In iiml  Iron nil I lie Treasure V.inlH  ot III. Kirn Kunlniiiy.  120  H  30  19  SMELTER  HALL   MINES. [Nelson]  for  21 Nov.; treated S10 tons of ore.  RETURNS-  week  ending  MINING TRANSFERS.  Where no consideration  is named in transfers  the nominal sum of $1 is to be understood.)   ���������  Nelson.  Nov 20��������� ��������� - -   ,'���������  Eoval���������T Booth to J McA'Imau aud D  Booth,.*-  Rosebauk���������_E D Turner to J H Gray $.  BraBik-RM-Perdue to ..WW Carlisle.  Mexican���������C A MoAually to W Carlisle.  Bostonian���������F A Brewer to O Fiukle y  Bostonian���������F A Brewer to John Mai-  tin, 1-3.  Canadian Queen���������H Brown to W 1  Mitchell, 1-3.  Dominion Queen���������W T Mitchell to H  A Cousins, 1-6.'  Mammoth���������Jacob Sterling and   Chas  Innes to J L Barker.  Nov 21 ���������  Election���������T 1. French to A L Davenport. ^  Fourth of Julv, Ella, Lucy A���������W P  Eobmson aud W Parker to J Fred Hume  agreement to incorporate for SI,000,000.  Hume tb develop claims,  : American Eagle���������C L Mills to C Dundee, y.  Yellow Stone��������� C Caldwell to H Hai-  rold, >4'.  Nov 23���������  Mable Cliiii���������D W Skinner to J C Porter, y.  _���������"   Miigna_ Charta-J C Porter to P W  Skinner, y. ���������  ���������O-Oeola���������A Whittet to E Gilchrist.  Porcupine. Free Silver���������J McLaren to  .1 r...f,i-lee, 14.  l_.--udv.lle���������B * S Moore to T H Armstrong, i.  Archer���������A McAlister, J P Bell and C  .Wakefield to Geo Wilson, 1-3, 875.  Combination���������W    McGrogan     to   A  Whittier .-Jilt).  Nov 24���������  Great Eastern, Gold Bell-A II Kelly  to JII Young, 1-2, 85.  Eddv L���������,1 Caron to J Lukov, 1-2,  Gold Plate���������r Caron to J Lukov, y.  ���������.Occidental���������11 Johnson to J Liikov, 1-3  Ames and Empress of India y, Caron  aud Little Peter }, Pendora y���������3 Caron  to'Mrs Hanna Fleiscbmau aud J Lukov,  8300.  Apeax, Silver Pent', Curfew. Acme���������J  J Malone.' P F Stimley and T-G Hoy to  H E Croasdaile, as trustee for tbe Hall  Exploration Co. bond for 830.000.. 8500  down S25C0 .June 1,1S!)7; 815,000 Nov. 1  1897; 812,000 Feb. 1, 18.8.  Nov 25���������  Noonday���������T C AVolls to J St Clair  Blachctl, "trustee.  * Copper Bell-E  E Wells to J St Clair  Blachett, trustee.        -  Eureka���������AV A Augstadtto J W Blurry,  agreement to transfer 1-2 int on March 1  1.97 ior 8195.50 iu provisions and money  3im���������F lt Twigg to Wm Pye, 1-2.  Cauada  Hose���������W Pye lo F S Hobbs,  lo.    *  Mayflower���������I Holden to P F Stimley.  Wolf���������M Egan to W Godfrey.  Jubilee���������G K.efe to F Brit ton y.  Nov. 27���������  Summit, Whitehorse, Browuite, Secretary, .Desseites,   Blue Johns, Nellie and  Greenhorn���������Fred Adie claims y interest  iu first six  and   1-4 iu last-two for grub-  . stake to J Campbell.  Royal Canadian���������J Kilev to J Stewart  1-4, ������1000. '      '  Surprise, St Clair, Doubting Thomas,  W   J   Bryan.  Pocahontas,  Lambert���������J  Tree-bath  to  C E Hope, all of Surprise,  y of St Clair aud 1-4" iu balance.  "Daniel B-G D Root to J M Miller, .'4  Silver Cliff��������� A H McKay to W Gleeson  1-3.  Mania���������T A Gossett to K A Roberts,  1-2, .$100.  Glasgow���������.T A Devlin to E Disney.  Corker���������S Johns to Wm Harris, 1-3.  Duchess, Blueh.r���������J D Reid to Wm  Harris. 1-3.  ��������� Duchess. Climax, Rainbow,  Blutcber,  Corker���������W Harris to F R Strohn, 1-6.  Alice���������H J   Baise and J W Sweeney  ll������* I'iism-m Suddenly Away ni UN Home In  Hloiiornll.  ' James E Turner a brother of J. A. Turner of Nelson died at bis home iu Stonewall, Manitoba, last Tuesday. The news  of his untimely demise was received here  on Wednesday and occasioned much sorrow among the wide circle of friends and  acquaintenceti deceased had made during  his resideuce iu Nelson. The news was a  thorough surpriso ns Mr. Turner when he  left here two months ago was iu the best  of health. At that time he accompained  his brother. P. B. C. Turner, home. The  1 titer had been ill for some time but lies  steadily gaiued strength under home influences.  Deceased was very popular in Nelsou  and was always, among the first (o'ussist  any project of public importance. He  kept a music and - stationary store and  was a i...an of exemplary habits. He was  a member of tbe choir in tbe Methodist  church and bis services were always in  demand atinusicaiQriterlaiumeu'Ts"'":~IJ!!st  summer he.was engaged iu developing  his claims on Audersou creek and was  always in robust health. His death will  be  the cause of geueral regret in Nelson.  THE READIKG ROOM.  Sal mon lllvrr*.  Several carloads of lumber have recently beeu left at Salmon Siding.  The lied Horse on Little Sheep creek  bas been surveyed and a crown grant will  be applied fo-.  Mauy people tire wo king..^on Little  Sheep creek, Big Sheep creek and Lost  creek and some big showings have been  made. . -c  A considerable amount of work is beiug  doue at Hall's Siding, Wild Horse Creek,  Quartz Creek, the main Salmon, North  Fork arid tributaries.  The Royal Canadian ou Big Sheep  creek bas had the necessary work dono to  secure a'patent. The ore of this mino is  said' to be similar to that of the Silver  King of Nelson.  There, is considerable improvement  being made at North Fork aud Salmon  Siding and at present there are no less  thau three hotels in the course of construction besides many other buildings.  G. R. Linklater has a store at Salmon  Siding which he has turned iuto a pii-  mitive hotel. People stayiug in town  over night have takeu their nieals at his  house and slept on the floors of the cabins  iu town.  At Quartz creek I here arc several build:  ings already up and others in the course'  of construction for the afcommodalioii  of travelers who are" co. tiuually comi_g  and going. One of the great drawbacks.  iu the past hns beeu that there were no  suitable i.cBommodatioas for travele s.  Mr John Mnclureis nt work surveying,  the townsite of Salmon Siding and until'  this work has been completed, people will  not be able to purchase lois. Four, or  rive are turned away nearly every day.  A previous survey by au Amoricau was'  not. accepted because he'was not a provincial . urveyor and his work could not  be accepted.  ! i-ni for religious teaching; iu a city the  parents of .at least 25 children musi, sign.  Secular work will occupy thc school day  till the la-t half hour when the representative of any religion may instruct the  'children' of liis denomination if lheir  !>nrents desire it. If none desire it,  secular wwk will occupy thc la3t half  hour ills".  Thc minority will be pleased with the  proviso that in districts where '-.*> Roman  Catholic children attend, they shall have  a te.-'cher of their faith but who must be  in every way qualified. Where the  children speak Freuch entirely they nro  to have a teacher ppeakiug English and  French the readers to be bi-liugual so  cliildreu will become accustomed to  Euglish from the first.   -  ANOTHER    BURGLARY.  Two Young; Men in a Private House  Are the Victims  . Another daring burglary was commit  ted in Nelson last. Thurs.lay night.  Messrs. E.!S. Lsnnie and E. T. H. Si rapid ns occupy a room in.Mrs. Gray's private lodging and boarding bouse opposite  .the Victoria hotel aud when they,woke  up ou Friday morniug. they found themselves miutis their change.  -Itappears that.Mr. L.>u:iie lost 85 and  Mr. Sinipkius 86. .On Thursday night  Mr. Lenuie'wa's tbe last person in the  house and took great care in locking the  outside door bnt did not I bink it necessary to lock the door of his sleepiug  apartment. During the night Mr. Simpkins hea-d a noise nt<d noticed that there  was a light in tbe ball but as he thought  ;it might be some other lodger be paid no  attention to it.  When the losses we:c discovered in the  morning, au.inveatigation was made and  it was found that the burglars had pus-lied  the front, door key iu and entered tbe  house probably with the nid of a skeleton  key.- No clews were discovered to lead  to,.the: indeutity of the tbeif or tbeives  but the impression is tbat it is tbe same  parties who' committed the Baker st.eet  robberies.  AN ABSOLUTE NECESSITY  MR MORRISON THINKS THE CROW'S  NtST ROAD SHOULD BE  BUILT. .  He "'mors 11   4'oiilliiiions  ICoiilr In Hope  Thi- S-.tllrin-'iil ol* I he Srlinol  tliK'sliou fcatlsl'.-u'lory lo  nil O'lrtTiirit?  LOCAL  NEWS TN  BRIEF.  Geo. D.  Potter,- an  kane is iu (own.  ore buyer of S|K>-  UllHlO.  The council has decided not to .interfere* iu the Church of England contra  versy,  Wm. Wats6n,'an employee of the Reclamation works was accidentally drowned  in'the Kootenay river last week.  ""The ladies'bf the Catholic Chiircli"ga������".  a grand ball aud supper Thursday night.  About 60 couples were present.  ''The uett rink to cost 81200 is to be  built at oi'-co on the site of the old one,  with two .iheets of ice for curlers and one  for skaters.  II   Will   Iii* I.oruH'il  on linker Str-*-*! .War  - Stanley, -   ���������  o  . At the general meetiug-of the reading  room society held on Tuesday evening  last the constitution was read and adopted, clause by clause. A'commiltee consisting of Rev. Akehurst, Rev.' McVicar,  Dr. Hall and Mr. O'Reilly was appointed  to nominate a" ticket for tho board of  management and - to rent a suitable  room.  A membership of eighty was reported  ashayiug been secured. - The nominating  committee met on Wednesday and decided^ to rent one oXl__e____l_.pJBce_L___iecJed.  by'Mr.Tom Ward west of the Hudson  Bay Store. They also selected a good  list of names from which the Board of  Management will be elected. The ad-  jour .ed general meetiug will be held at  8 o'clock next Monday evening for the  purpose^of electing tbe board of management.  GAME LAW VIOLATIONS.  II l������ Ilu* Hilly or (Ik*. Public lo t'ivi* Infor-  illation.  o  To tlie Editor of Tub Mixeii.  Can you give the public tbe names of  the officials responsible for the disgraceful disregard of the game laws of British  Columbia, on the lakes of West  Kootenay aud particularly in this district? Strung- along ^the lake from  Nakusp to Robson, camps of Colville  reservation Indians aie to be seen sweeping the bills clear of all four footed game  while the good li.h streams are double  trapped. Arc the game laws of B.C.  framed exclusively for these marauders;  or for the protectiou of the game? Havs  the rascals rooted out immediately. '  A Disgusted Sportsman.  Robson, November Bi, 1896.  Section C of "an act to amend tbe  game protection act of 1895,*' passed by  the last parliament provides that "it shall  be unlawful for Indians not resident of  this province to kill game at any time of  the year."  In a measure, the public at'large is  responsible for the punishment of anybody guilty of a violation of the law.  The act of 1895 provides that any person  giving 'information leading to the conviction of any person .under the act shall  be entitled to receive one half of any  pecuniary penalty inflicted. Information  can be laid before any magistrate.  ROAD TO SLOGAN.  MR. DALY'S VIEW;..  Si-ho-il  ({Hi'Vilion   not     Siillsl'artor.v.���������The  CroM's Ncsl I'iims LiiH-.  II Mill froliiil.ly lie Built In'the Sprlns-  -iirvey   .onipl-'lril.  Tbe location work of the proposed  Slocan 1 ail way from Slocan to a connect  tion with the C. & K. at Slocau crossing  has beeu completed aud on Monday the  fifteen surveyors who have been engaged  iu the work, broke camp and went their  several ways to Bpend the winter,  The road, which will be one of the  connecting links of the Crow's Nest j'nss  "road"'wiir be"ab"out"32"ri.ilea"iirlength arid  railroad men who have made a trip of  examination over the proposed route feel  confident that' the expanse of the work  will not: exceed 817,000 pcr-mile ou an  average, making the total - cost of construction 8544.009. The probabilities aro  tbat tbe road will be built next spring  and one thi-g that lends color to this  conclusion is the fact that the C.P.R, is  buildiug a very fine, large boat for passengers and freight on Slocan lake which  will bridge the gap iu the road between  Slocan and' New Denver. It is understood" also tbat a transfer bout for cars  will be built next summer.  COACHES FOR TRAIL-  The  place:  ment.  Poor Mini, Stay Awny.  Grand Forks  Miner says of that  to T Fitzsimmons and H L Turrer, ?1()0. j Forks.  This is not a poor man's settle-  If you have money th^ro is no  better place on earth thau right here and  no better time than right now but it you  are thinking of comiug here in search of  work, take our advice and stay where you  are. There are plenty of men already  here to handle ali the -work which will be  done this winter.*' Here in Nelson, capital does not need au invitation to seek  : investment and it is coming iu all the  I time. The advice to poor meu, however,  ! will apply as well to Nelson as to Grand  Tli''V    HiKl     to   !><���������    Slil|>|t<_il   l������.V    Wiiy  of  .Nelson.   -  Thomas * Browulec, who will be one of  the conductors on the Columbia i. Western railway ruuuing from Trail lo Rosslaud, is now iu Nelson waiting for an  opportunity to take two coaches for the  uew road down' the Columbia river to  Trail. Tho coaches will be transferred  by barge from1 the Nelson i. Fort Sheppard road, to the C. & J_. aud at Robson  will agaiu bs loaded on' barges and  floated down to Trail. Au engine, six  box cars and fourteen flat cars were sent  by boat from Northport to Trail but the  coaches were too large to be loaded ou  the boat and as it is almost impossible to  take a barge from Northport toTrril, tbe  coaches had to be sent by way of Nelson.  THE SCHOOL QUESTION.  Scttl-'-l    on    a    Ila-ls   SalIsliirlory   to   sill  t.'������llC'Cl'll-ll.  The' great Manitoba School   question  which has  more thau once threatened a  Mr. T. Mayne Daly, of Brandon,.Manitoba, lato Minister, ot tho Interior, and  supeiintendtiiit general of Indian affairs,  was .iu Nelson during the week and left  for homo via Revelstoke this morning.  He expresses himself very treely upon.  .the "school question arid the Crow's Nest  Pass road aud to a reptesentative of thc  Minek, said:  "The settlement of the school question  . although...satisfactory to the contracting  ���������r partita - is _not'.s.\\ch as.to^commend itself  '' to the minority of Mauitoba or the majority in Quebec,. that is if these people arc  sincere as I presume they are.. It seems  strange tbat Mr. Lanriei's followers in  Quebec would bo willing to accept the  settlement in view of the stand be took  in the bouse last winter.. They subjected  the policy ot the Bowell government on  this question to the harshest possible  criticism and ridiculed the Remedial bill  as totally inadequate for the grievance of  the minority in Manitoba and yet'find  lheir leaders, Messrs. Laurier and Tarte,  quite satisfied' lo make a settlement ou  the lines laid down by Sir Donald Smith  aud Mr. Deckie iu their negotiations  wi'h the local government at Wiunipeg.  "I should be very glad to see the  school question out of politics but am  afraid that the present settlement does  uot indicate lhat it is. I do n t think  tbat we have heard the balance of it but  as I am out of politics now I shall be an  interested spectator iu watching the  'developments~of"tbe"riext"_sesaion_of "parliament."  "What is your opinion as to the present government lending its assistance to  the construction of the Crow's Nest Pass  road,'* was asked.  "While I am not in1 touch with the  present government, ���������! feel sure it will  lend its assistauce,*' replied Mr. Daly.  '���������The people aie demanding it, and Ibe  question is now one of national importance and the government caunot iguore  tlie demands which are being made. Tho  suggestion bas been made in prominent  government newspapers,that the government build the road, bnt this will hardly  be done, as the people had all they wanted iu the government ^construction of  railroads by the building of tbe Intercolonial road. My opinion is that the  Canadian Pacific will build tbe road witb  thc assistance of the.present government.  "I do not know of any public undertaking that is more necessary in the  interests of the development of British  Columbia than the building of tbeCrow's  Nest Pass railroad. It will be recollected  that the Bowell government, of whicli I  was a member, introduced a resolution  offering aid to thc Canadian Pacific and  had'.the opposition then permitted,auy  legislation during -lhat session, the road  would now have been in the coiusp of  construction. This is a matter.that will  uot brook delay but requires the immediate and earnest attention, "not only of  the government, but lhe people of  Capada:  "This is my second, visit to the " Kootenay district and I am more thai) ever  impressed with its great mineral wealth.  The amount of trading beiag dono here j  indicate, to me that the merchants and  producers of Eastern Canada cannot get  in here too soon; by the nearest route, to  capture ataLhcld their share of thc enormous business now being done and whicli  will increase to tremendous proportions  iu the near future. During my present  through  Mr. Auley Morrison, member of Parliament from New Westminster was a visit-'  or to-Nelron last Wedni-sday aud left for  Trail and Rosslaud on Thursday, It is  Mr. Morrison's fir_t trip to tbe Kootenay.  and he has been greatly impres.-ed with  what he has seen and learned. His trip  to Nelson wns through lho Slocan, via  Nakusp, Sandon and Kuslo and bis impression is, tbat in the Kootenay, British  Columbia has the greatest ni'iuing region  on the face of the. earth. With Nelsou  he is greatly pleased and says he had no  idea of its extent and population nor the  accommodation it afforded. " Had he  known that first class hotel accommodations could be provided be would probably havo beea accompanied here by  Hon. Mr. Tarte and wife. In regard to  mat������e's political, Mr. Morrison bas little  to say but in regard to the proposed  Crow's Nest Pass railway he expresses  himself as being heartily in favor of the  project.  "1 see tbe absolute necessity for the  construction of the Crow's Nest . Pass  road aud for the line from lhe Columbia  liver to the coast" said Mr. Morrison.  "I am doing all I can for it and I believe  tbat all the members of Parliament are  agreed that co time should be lost in the  construction of one or both of these  roads. The Crow's Nest Pass road, of  course, is the one receiving tbe greatest  amount of attention but I am doing  what I can lo impress upou my con  stituentsthe absolute necessity of both  roads and a continuous route through  tho Kootenay. '    "  " ���������"  "One thing that seems lo be required  hero mo:c* than anything else at present  is better po-tal (ficiiities and I believe  that the government should keep pace  willi the lequiremenls of tbe various  points in this province.*'  'Mr. Tar'e is satisfied tbat everybody  concerned will be. satisfied wiih tbe  settlement of the, Manitoba school  question,'" couliuued . Mr. Monison.  '���������lie thinks that everybody who really  wished a sotticinant of the question will  be satisfied but of course there a-e others  who did uot want the question settled.  The .Government has got tco much business tb attend to to waste much of its  time in squabbles of this kind. Of course  it is a matter that must receive attention  but .its settlement should not take an  unreasonable amount of Hme. -I am of  the 'opinion* 'that lhe parentis of'school  children in Mauitoba are satisfied with  the present settlement."  In regard to ' tiie political situation,  Mr. Morrison, had  little  or   nothing   to  Tin- Two I'rlrntl-; Mini*.  In another column will be found the  advertisement of the Two Frio-.ds mine.  The company has been formed for the  purpose of purchasing. thc assets of the  Two Friends Mining Co. Ld., for the sum  of 8215,000; 85i).OiJ0 cash and $150,001) in  520,0(X) paid up shares. Applications for  180,000 shares will be received by Mr. F.  C. Tones of Vancouver up to December  2-1 and*:the allotment of shares will be  made on January 4,1897. .  The claim is 1500x1500 feet and the  mine is now a regular .-shipper. Assays  ruuuing from 150 to several thousand  ouuce3 lo the ton have beeu obtained.  .The_prospectus_shows-that��������� 2-tons are  being mined daily and the mine is now  in condition tc produce from four to five  tons daily. Returns from the Tacoma  Smelting & Refining Co., under date of  October 26 show 407-47 pounds treated,  yielding metal to  tbe value of 83,281.00.  THE WEATHER.  W. F. l'ogue, n wholesale dealer of  Spokane was in town last Tuesday.  J. It. Robin.on of the Toronto Tele gram  wns in Nelson on a trip of inspection during the week.          II. A. Jackson, of Spokane, who takes  the place of Mr. Stimmel ou the Great  Northern is iu town.  There wero 30 locations duriug the  past week and 85 during tbe previous  week.  J. D. Marsdeii, of Pilot Bay, man tiger  of tbe'Galcnn Trading Co., made a business trip to Nelsou during the week.  W. McDouald of the law firm of McDonald .t.Cartwright, Toronto, is in the  Kootenay looking up miniug interests.  M>". Robinson, of the firm of Reed &  Robinson of the Slocan country is ou  his way to Montreal to visit his parents  whom he has not seen for three years.  Mr. J. Morty of Loudon, Eng., who  has beeu lookiug up" mines and mining  in Kooteuay, left for home, via Vancouver, last Monday.  D. J. McDouald.'of New Denver, manager of the Gnleoa Farm for Mr. Callahan,  was a visitor to Nelsou last Monday and'  Tuesday.  Mr. Johu O'Regan, manager and F. S.  Wood accountant for the Last Chance  Mining Company, were .visitors to Nelson "during the week*.  William A. Cox and Miss Susie Allen,  both of Nelson, were uuited in marriage  at the Methodist pnrsonnge last Tuesday  evening, R������v. Geo. H. Morden officiating.  II. Y. Middletou, of  Winnipeg .representing the fur-.tnre--firms of Krug of  Berlin; Burr of Guelp nnd Snider, Rons  & Co.. of Waterloo is iu Nelson looking.  after the interests of his firms.  "** ���������"i ��������� -   "'  . Mr. G- H. Campbell, manager of tho  street railway of Wiunipeg is"a visitor to.  Nelson. - He is lookiug titter oei'tain h-io-  iug interests tbat he has in this neighborhood.  An entertainment will, be held at the  l'resbyteriau Church ou Wednesday,  December 2ud at 7:30 p. m. A good programme is being provided aud all. are.  cordially invited to attend.  The board of tiade number of the  Trail Creek News is a triumph in the art  preservative. Four colors have been  used on the cover and a likeness of the.  Trail smelter_.iB phown. Tbe number is  profusely illustrated.  Judge Spinks held his last court in  Nelson yesterday and Mr. J. A.-Furin ot  U-saliiud.who.will, succeed him.will probably hold bis first court in Nelson early  in the new year. Judge Forin is a widely  known barrister and stands high in the  legal profession.   '  ��������� Tbe Epworlh League and Christian  Endeavor in connection with tbe Methodist Church has been reorganized with  the following otlicers: President, J. U.  Robins; vice-president of the Christian  Endeavor department, Miss Golden; J.  R. Green, vice-president of the literary  department:'Miss Gertie Robinson, Secretary.  Mr. F..C. Gamble, of Victoria, Dominion Government Engineer was 11 visitor  to Nelson last Thursday and Friday. Mr.  Gamble has been inspecting tbe Columbia river between Kobson and the boundary with a view to expending tbe mouey  appropriated for improvements to tbe  river. Mr. Gamble returned to'Victoria  by way of Spokane.  The week has beeu unprecedented cold  uot only for the time of year but for lhe  locali'.y. Last uigbt was one of. the  coldest known for years.  Nov.  23-  TIIKU.M0.MI  -Max 23������  :ti:ii.  Min .  ���������il-  'J.'i  ai-  2S-  Tlicrio read in  . -I '-  ..1.3������  M'o taken  .11 0  .11 =   __ j   ��������� I =   '...'.'-11 -  at !) a. 111. and con  KO'tu.nlly ruprcs-iiL* I.I10 lii|{h--,-'t nnd lowus  leni|ii:ratiin! diirinn I.I10 iirccodiiiK'JI horn.,  ijlllJIiCII    NOTirKS.  I8S<>.  trip'I   have   been    through   Boundary  disruption or the Canadian federation has j (jreok district.      I   hope   lo   seo miie"*!  been at last compromised in terms which : Canadian  and ' British   capital invested  satisfactory  to  b:>lh ! here in the course of a few mouths."  lhat is  the  Si'.vha* 22nd November,  Oi.t_iict.il or Exiiuxii. Matins 11 a.m.  Even Song, 7.30 p. in. Holy Communion at 8 p ra.  PitEsiiYTKisi.vN Cnvucu'. Services at  11 ii. m. and 7..jO p. m. Sunday School  at 2 30. Pi aver meeting Thursday evening at 8 p.m. Chiislian Endeavor Society  meets eve ry Monday evening at 8 o'clock.  Roman* CathoijCC Chuuch. '_ Mass at  Nelson on first antl last Sundays in the  month. Sandon second Sunday aud  Kaslo.third Sunday. 'I  Mkthodi.'jt Cuuu_"h. Comer Silica  and .Josephine Streets.- Service, at 11  a. in! and 7 30 p. in. Sabbath School 2.30  p. in. Prayer meeting on Friday evening at.. o'clock.  J-iidgo Spinks held a brief session of  court yesterday but the hearing of nearly  ill the cases which were not settled out  of court wero adjourned. In tbe eject-  ment ca.e of Harris ct al., vs Palorcia  Mr. Grimmett appeared for the pleintiff-  and Mr, Elliot for the defendant. Judgement for. the defendant with costs was  rendered.  Mr. J. D, Kendall, of the firm of Buike  Moreiug .it Co., prominent mining engineers of London, England, arrived in  Nelson: this week and stated to a Minek  representative that he would piobably  spend thc next tbr.e years in the Kootenay and other mining districts of British  Columbia seeking interests for his firm.  Mr. Kendall was not* prepared to state  just what Ins firm proposed doing in '  British Columbia. He is accompunied  by his two sons, G. and C. Kendall.  will probably  be  contestants in the controversy  tbe terms havo been   accepted  Manitoba government  La ICau-.Sroll.  .. I'sirlni'i-- lliwil*'<*.  Mossis. Oberba it Booth have dissolved  partnership and in future the I'owil  \ hotel on Stanley street, will be o*>v. ed  laud conducted by Mr. Pidro Ch.rbo.  ; Notice of the dissolution will be found  mother column.    Mr.   Cneiiio  states  by  111  j     On Thursday   last Dr.   D.  La  j Nelson and Miss Maud Scott of  Among tbe features of the compromise ! Oregon, were married at Northport,  which will be embodied in au act of the | tice   Parrott officiating. . The ceres-  legislature of that province are the foi- : took place in the presence of  Ban  of j  ilbany, 1  J"n_i-  mouy,  Dr.   Arm- '  thiil ho will endeavor to merit the patronage of the public.  lowing: In the public schools religious  teachings will be conducted if authorized  by a resolution passed by n majority of  the school directors or if parents of ten  children of a country school sign a peti-  stroug and at its coaclitiio 1 D.\ and M".s.  J_.ii Ban took the train for tb'.s city,  where thev will make their home. Trie  bride is n "sister of Mrs. Hayward aud is  ���������well known to Nelson people.  Tlie  I'lioi-ina  Tho Pourinaii mine lias  again and the machinery  al->j in motion otic. m<~iv  t'.'iition to work a .small fi  started iu work  at the mill   is  ll. is  the  in-  >rce throughout  , the wiuler.     The mine has Ltc-n   shut  i down about a month.  Trail Saw Mill   Kurn-.il.  The Saw Mill at Trail belonging to.the  Nelson Saw .Mill Company was burned  down on Fiiday morning about 2 o'clock.  The lumber and sash nnd door factory  was saved. Tho damage is about $3000.  Thc company propose to put in a niucli  larger plant.    No"insurance.  MAIL NOTICES-  Mails close at the Nelson Post Oflice  as follows: For Spokane au"d all U. S.  points, Victoria, Rossland, Trail Creek  and Waueta. at G p.m.- on week days and  12 noon ou Sunday.  For   Revelstoke.    Nakusp,    Robson,  Saudou,  Three  Fork?, New Denver and .  all "C.P.R.  points   East   and West, ou  Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at 8.30  a.m.  For Kaelo. Ainsworth, Pilot Bay,  Balfour. Sandon. Three Forks and Now  Denver nt 3 p.m. oii Monday, Wednesday,  i aud. Friday,   and  at S n.m. 00 Tuesday,  j Thuisdriy and Saturday.  On and after October 9th, all mail mat-.  \ ter for Quebec, Ontario, and the North-  ; west provinces will be dispatched daily  ; except Sunday, via Spokane. Wash., -and  mail fiom tiie above mentioned points  ' -v_ll be received daily by same route.  lit i.s imperative that all matter for  Rogistratiou should be handed iu half an  hour previous to closiug of the mails.  'ihe hours of tbe money order and  savings bank department of the -post  office are from ft a.m. to 4 p.m." THI-  MIN1.R,  NELSON,  H. C, SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 28, 1896.  <i&hz Jfthur.  THE MINER is printed on Saturdays and  ���������will be mailed t .my address in Canada or  the Uni'ed Stata "or one year on receipt of  two dollars.    Single copies five cents.  CONTRA CI ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of S3 per column inch, per  month. '  TRANSIENT AD VERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of /J cents per nonpareil  line first insertion, and /ocentsper line for  each . itbscijucnt insertion. Advertisements  running Jor shorter periods than three  months are classed transient.  *LL COMMUNICATIONS to the Editor  must be accompanied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for  publication, but as evidence of good faith.  PRINTING turned out in fim -rate. style at  the shortest notice  ADDRISS  fH-MlNBRPRINTINCAkUBLISHINQCO  NELSON.    B.C.  AMES HOLDEN CO.  Make First Class  Boots       *  and  *       Shoes  For rimers & Prospectors  (418)  SATUEDAY, NOVEMBER 28,1890  Uuder the patronage of the Prince of  Wales a subscription bas been started in  London for the restoration of the old  church at Burhham Thrope where Admiral Nelson was baptized.  Merchants of Nelson should look more  carefully after their business with Salmon  Eiver and Wild Horse Creek  districts and r.ot allow Trail merchants to get ahead of them. The latter  are shipping, supplies to the points  named when all that business should  come to Nelsou.  Tbe Spokane Chronicle says that the  "rotteu" work done in the city hall is  again much iu evidence and that for tbe  past week tbe building has beeu perfumed  from basement to garret with thc puu-  geut odors of a horse stable. What's tbe  trouble now?. Has a new set of officials  takeu possession oF the building?  The election of Mgr. Maghuki Orinau-  iau as tbe uew Armeuiiiu pulritn'ci-  promises to speedily settle, the Armenian  question and peao .. will' s.v.n prevail. The former Gregorian patriarch  Izmirlian wns intensely disliked by the  Sultan aud was a serious obstacle to the  settling of Armenian difficulties. He  was forced to resign but the Sultan is  highly pleased with the uew patriarch.  are British subjects and the law will not  interfere in any way with tlieir rights of  suiTraye.  In the United States foreigners arc not  allowed lo vole and iu some states.are  not even allowed to own laud. The laws  of British Columbia arc today more  liberal than the laws'of the United States  aud a fair minded American would not  expect to vote unless he renounced his iillegiiince to (lie United  States and became 11 British subject.  A British subject cannot own a mine in  thc state of Washington until lie rououncc  his allegiance lo the Queen nnd declares  his intention of becoming a cili_en and  yet iu his country an American can huld  land or by payiug'SO for a milling license,  can own inines. While we wish to extend the light hand of good fellowship  to our American consins and allow theni  every privilege, in reason, we cannot  help recognizing tho tact, thai from a  standard of reciprocity, much more  liberty is allowed them here than they  allow us in lheir country. *  PltOFEgfslO.YU.  C.KIIS.  LR.   HARRISON,   BARRISTER,   NO-  .   tary Public, Slocan City. Jot  GKO.  A.  B.   UAI.L,   PHYSICIAN   AXD  Sui-Koon,   Ollicu  C. & K. Buildhig,  up  -lairs. - [HoO]  ML. GUIMMETT, LL. 1)., BAKR18TKH,  ���������   Solicitor, Notary I'ublic, Ktc, Sandon  B. C. (\M)  ASSAYING.      BOBBINS &  I.ANG.     AS-  sayors  to   War ICnglo and  Associated  Companies, Uosslimd (351)  S NORMAN & CO., MINING AND STOCK  ��������� Ui-okun*,' Hotel Spokane. Spokane, Wash.  Telephone ._'.'7. [lUc*j  M  B.C.  AllON, MuKAULANU & MAHON, LTD.,  .Alining and Share Brokers, Vancouver,  Members Stock Kx.hii.iiK0. H'H)  S1HIIAI.D AND I'KASK, fiKSKUAL  Commission and Fowanlintj Aifonts,  Wliolosalo Jobbers in Groceries iind I'rovi.ioiis  Revelstoke Station. ���������     C102)  J* IONKL C. BAR*..'. Mining Broker of the  J Victoria Slock Kxuliange of British Columbia, Ld. Lilly. Olll.o, 32 Liuigloy street,  Victoria, I): C. 374  THE FREE l'ASS EVIL.  Tbe Spokane papers aro making a most  determined tight against the "free pas'*  evil" and are forcing ali officers elect to  declare themselves upou the subject.  There is a constitutional declaration  against tbe use of Free passes by officials  and the legislature is directed to pjiss  laws for the'punishment of those who  use them. Iu the past many men have,  iu their official capacity, violated the  spirit of the constitution by accepting  and using free pusses and on account of 1  the fight being made by the newspapers,  tbe outlook is that tho next legislature  will pass a law providing punishment for  the offense. The evil bas grown beyond  the control of transportation liues und  the latter will uot be soiry to have the  state tnke some positive action in thc  matter.  C*1 KO. .SliKDOKN, STOCK AND SHARK  "T Broker. Victoria, Ii. 0. (Mf.mbcrof the  II. C. S ock Exchange of Victoria.) Clients  interests carefully tfiiiu'ducl and settlements  promptly made. Shaios at, latest quotations.  355  Do You Want To Borrow.  It is as easy to pay off a Loun on our plan as  it is to pay rent. A $500 loan costs ������7.50 per  month and pays oft' principal nnd ii.t.resl. in  8 years, other sums in proportion, time of pay  ment limited to 8 years. First mortgage  improved property only. Ask tor prospectus.  W. J. G DICKSON,  Agent Equitable Savings & Building Associa  tion,  m  GAZETTE NOTICES.  18*)  The Eossland Miner ou D.cember Itt  will change its issue from a weekly lo a  daily   newspaper   aud  thc management  states tbat besides thc telegraphic leport j ������{'glares!  which will cover all the live hews of the   H. Fife, T. G.  day,   special correspondents at Nelson,  Elgie.  Trail,Kasio,������Sandon, Three Forks, Slocan^  aud other points in West  Kooteuay   will  submit daily reports.   Accuracy aud con-  'densiition-iire-to-be-t he-features���������of-the.  issue and as Ihe paper will be thoroughly , .,    .   .��������� ,, ,.,  ,.     .    '  ...      , ���������    .. ,?   ,    Head olhce.m Bosi  equipped in all itshrnnclie., tbe -outlook I q ^ m gj Q() shares.  IFroni the B. C. Gazette of 10th Nov  NEW  INCORPORATIONS.  The British Columbia Tunnel aud  Development Co., Ld. Capital $500,0.0,  iu 10,000 .haies of .50 each. Head  office iu Rossland. Director., J. F. McLaughlin, J. J. Moynahan, W. A. Cain-  bell.  The Great West Gold Fields Development Company. Ld. Capital'$100,000 iu  5,000 shares ot 8_U. each. Head office iu  Spokane. Directors, J, K. Henry, G. E.  Fai-re- , W, Bicbardsou, S. J. G. Faulkner.  Tbe Gold Mountain Mining & Milling  Co., Ld. Head office iu Vancouver.'  Capi'al ���������"l,CO-.00Oiu SI shares. Directors-',  J. Miller, F. "*_. Timberlake, B. __priuger,  L. li. Horse, H. Heficriug.  Germania Gold Miniug Co ,' LJ. Head  o'tica in liossland. Capital ^l.OOO.OJJ iu  SL .-hares. Directors, J. li. l_i'e_, 11.  ���������Scott, .1- A. Smith.  , Iron Hope Mining '&.  Ld. Head ollice in  81)00,000 in iSl shines.  Occidental Miuiug & Milling Co., Ld.  Head ollice in Vancouver. Capital !jj600,-  000 in ������1 shares. Directors, A. J. Mcl_oy,  J. A. Fraser, H. T.Sbelton.  Queen Victoria Gold Mining Co., Ld.  Head office in Rossland. Capital Si ,000,-  000 in SI shares. Directors, Alex Mc-  Ciirter, li. Dixon, F. W. Bauer. J. S.  j Clute, Jr.  Eed Eagle Gold Mining Co,, Lti.   Head  otlica in Eossland.   Capital 81,200,000 in  Directors, W.  Beuuisou,*W.  Gloyn, J. W. Coner, T. G.  Enjoy Life  Outdoors  WITH   A   SLED,   CUTTER OR  TOBOGGAN.  SNOWSHOES FOR MOUNTAIN  OR CLUB.  Milling Co.'(Tor.)  Seattle.   Capital  is tbat Wept Kootenay will have  equal'to auy iu the Province.  Victory-Triumph Gold Miuing Co., Ld.  Head office iu Rosslaud. Capital 81,000,  000 in SI shares Director.-, J: Lewis, O.  Jeldne^s, D. I}. Bogle, A. It. MacDoniild.  ^ale^amf _KooTena*r~MihiogTCa7"X(l.  Rosslaud.   Ctipital  8100,-  Directors, A.  Mac-  THOMSON   STATIONERY   CO. LD.  NELSON,       -        -       -        B.C.,  also VANCOUVER. I...J  Music Lessors  M rs. Morley is prepared to receive  pupils for Piano,  Violin or Organ.  Elementary  Harmony Taught. ���������  Apply ill Tliomsoii  Mnll'iurry  f'o's  Slort*.  \<<ls<>ii. '���������27  WHEN  IN KASLO STOP AT  The Oh)i)ipic  IMIO.IIK   PliA-TKItKII   IN   II.IUII   UM-II  ' XKWiy ll:UMSH-������. ...53  STRICTLY FIRST CLASS  K. S. GALLOP, Prop.    FS0_. ST., KAST.O. B. C.  THE SLOGAN ROAD..  The. news tbat the  pieliminiary   and  location  surveys of the road to connect  Slocan   with the C. & K. havo been completed, is good news aud as railroad companies don't,  as a  rule,-make-location  surveys without meaning' to immediately  follow with construction,  it is ouly a fair  inference lo  draw that "the road will be  built the following year.   It will be one  of the   connecting   links .of the   much  desired Crow's Nest Pass-road aud will  open up 11 country literally teeming with  mineral richness.   It will not be a scenic  road  but tbat it will pay from the start  for both  freight and passenger   traffic, \  there  can be but little doubt.   There is ,  ore enough  in  the district to be tapped j  by this new road to keep several smelters :  crowded to their utmost capacity. !  1 daily 1 Nish, \V. Krown, A. C. Sinclair.  NEW APPOINTMENT.  William Borradaile Townsend has been  ipno.iited'Justice of the Peace at Eoss  land bv tbe Lieutenant Governor.  New llrullli HlKtrlflN. *  The Lieutenant Goveinnr litis created  the Kettle ltiver Mining Division of the  Yale -Electoral District a health district  midcr the provisions of tho'Liealth Act ot  1893. He Tias appointed \V: G..G���������.*.hu_-  ! the local bjard" of" health for the said  I district. "  !    Trail  Mining Division of West Koote-  ; nay   Electorid   District   has   also   been  I created a health district with Johu Kirk-  itip of Eossland for the' local _ board of  health.     E. J;-Bowes of Eossland bus  been appointed medical health officer for  Trail.  NOTICE.  COUJWBW & WESTERN RY.  Time Table in Effect June 2.  No. 2 passenger leaves Rosslnii-.'...". 7:00 0.111  Arrives Trail *��������� 7:15 p in  No. 1 passenger loaves Kosslnnd 3:00 p.m  Arrives Trail 4:00 p.m  No. 3 Leaves Trail    0:00 a.m  Arrives Rossland 10:00 11.111  No. 1 heaves Trail 5:00 p. 111  Arrives Rossland  5:15 p.m  All trains run daily on Pacific standard time.  Connection.-.: Columbia & Koolenay Steam  NnviK-tion Company's steamboat.*, Spokane  Kails & Northern Railway via Northport. and  Canadian Pacilic Railway via R.v.l.to'-..  N' OTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that application  will b_ undo to ths "LogislativoAsaei**..1}' - of tho  --Provi_c.-of-British-Coluiiil!ia,=at its next-session, for.  an Act incorporating a Company for the purj.oso of  supplying power, light and heat hy electricity, to the  inhabitants, cities, towns, villages, mines, smeltera,-  and tramways in West Kootenay District; and also  for the purpose of generating powor, light and heat as  aforosaid to appiopiiate," divert and uso tho water  from the Pend 0'Eoille River and tributaries thoreto.  and for all other.necessary rights, powers,- privileges  as aro incidental or conducive to the attainment of  the above objects.  Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 13th day of Nov., 189C.  A. MAINWARINCi-JOHNSON,  Kit -   _, Solicitor for tho applicant.  KOOTENAY   LAKE  SAW MILL  Nelson   Office  and   Yard  FOOT OF HENDRYX STREET.  Don't Complain  ���������Builder*,  arc invited to inspect my  stock of   Rough   and   Dressed  Lumber,   Shingles,  Laths,  Doors, Sash; Mouldings  .Turned Stock, &c.  ORDERS PROMPTLY  FILLED.  G. O.   pUchanar)  11.1  FOR SALE,  BAKER ST-  Two Lois \vith Three Stores  BAKER ST.  One Lot with Two Stores.  VERNON ST.  Several Lots (Fifty foot frontage)  40:< XV. .1. ������;. Dickson. Uukvr SI.  ANTOINE MAURIK  Mi ai fiepirini,  Dry Goods. Clothing, Etc*.  '"      NKW AM) SKOO.Ml ll.t.Mtt.  B. C.  (21-3)  NELSON  Money to Loan  Birbeck Investment,  Security & Savings Go.  Arthur R. Sherwood,  AGENT,  3S.1  Nelson, B. C.  ROYAL HOTEL,  Vnr. SI n nl i'.v ami Si lien Sli-cclx.  NELSON. -     ..     -   . a. C.  HOUSE, FITTINGS and  FURNITURE   ENTIRELY  NEW AND FIRST CLASS.  ICcsl l.uvalioii iu Town.   Cciiulll'ul Vli".vs.  Bar   now   Open   and Stocked with  CnoiC- Liquors and Cigars.  Unequalled in Kootenay.  Give us a trial and   be   Convinced.  PIDRO CHERBO.  I!_!>ll  NOTICE.  -iia.'s'ii-''  I NOTICE is hereby given lh.it ihe purt-  j nei'-hip heretofore subsisting between  ! the undersigned :ts hotel keepers at the    : Royal Hotel, Nelson tins this clay been  MUST BE BRITISH SUBJECTS.      j dissolved by mutual consent,  Mr.  Tom  : Booth retiring.  "What can be more just and proper thau      All debts due by and owiug to the late  to-have the .municipalities of British ' partnership   will   be   received ^ and   di' -  Columbia controlled bv British subjects?  charged by Mr. IMro Cherho,  who will  .    ,      .,,,-,-,-", .*-. ,   continue the Jute business as formerly at  Aud yet the Kaslo Kooteuaiau m a sort   the Royal Hotel; ytanjey street, Nelson.  ot mild frenzy says that 130 "voters" in. TOM BOOTH  that muucipality    have    been   distrait-: PiDRO CHERHO  chised and declares tliat the act passed . witness:   E. T.'ll. SEMl'I-INsi.  atthe last session of parliaiueutand iu ;  ell'eet April 17,1896, is an "outrage."  The  vital  clause is section 5, and pro-;  vides' that the  only'- persons entitled to ,  vote for aldermen or couucillur._-nt municipal  elections must be British subject., j  There is nothing unjust iu this".   .Lt would"  certainly be  very ijueer, to say the least,;  if a  British parliament would couuten-'  ance  the organization  uf a municipality ;  on British soil hy foreigners.   The Kootenaian speaks compassionately about the '  incorporation of Nelson but the people of.  this town  have  been cognizant  all the.  time of the law referred to ai:d few ii any '  foreigners have expected to take a ha;_.d  iu the corporation.   The fact of lhe matter is that the majority of Nelson people i  0 Dissolution of Copai'tnershiii.  The partnership existing between An-  gus C. Bucba-uu iind George \V. Robin-  sou, doiug ' a grocery and general  mercantile busiuess at Nelson aud North  I'"ork, under the lirni-.uaine of Buchanan, ���������,.,-���������      -,      u    .. ,. ���������__  & Eobiusou, has this clay been dissolved  Si}}',m< s"-������" to .lev>" an1d col,l1e_t tolJs  bv mutual consent. ,  ANGUS C. BUCHANAN  GEORGE. W. ROB1N.SON  Nelson, 11. C, November L.th. 18%. :  NOTICE,  Angus C. Biiclianau will continue the  bu.itiuss a? beforri,- under the name, of  A. C Buchanan & Co., who assumes all  tiie liabilities of tin* said i\>,m, aud all  debts due the said lirm are tu be paid to  him. ANGUS C. BUCHANAN.  4130.28-11-0  NOTICE is hereby .given that application will be made to the Parliament of  Canada nt its next session for an.'act to  incorporate a company with power to  construct, equip,.operate nud .maintain,  either standard or narrow i;auge railways,  for the purpose of conveying passengers,  freight and ore from 11 point at or uear  Revelstoke, ou the Canadian L'acific railroad, thence northward following .lhe  valley ot* the Columbia river to a point at  or uear the junction of Cnuoe riveiVand  with power to construct, e-jnip, operate  and maiutain branch lines and mil necessary bridges, roads, ways, ferries,  wharves, docks*, and coal bunkers; aud  with power to build, owu, equip, operate  and maiutain steam anel oilier vessels aud  boats; aud with power to 'build, equip,  operate aud maiutain telegraph and telephone liues in connection with the said  railways and branches, and to generate  electricity for the supply of light, heat  and power; and wiih power to expropriate  lands for the purposes of the company,  and to acquire lauds, bontise., privileges  or other aids from any government, municipality or other persons or bodie* corporate, <ind to make traffic 01; otlier arrangements with railway, steamboat or other  companies; oud;. with power to build  wagon roads to be used in construction  of such railways, and in advance of the  from  ill parties using and ou all freight passing over any such roads built by the  company, whether built before or after  the passage of the act hereby applied for,  and with all other usual, necessa'o, or incidental rights, powers or privileges as  may be necessary or incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above  objfcls, or any of them.  Dated at the city of Victoria this llth  dav of November, A. D. 1890.  HUNTER & DUl*E,  4.5.21-11.6   Solicitors for the Applicants.  Clarke Motel,  Josephine St,, Nelson.  Eiilargecl, redecorated and  fitted throughout with the  electric light. Every modern  convenience. Special rates  for boarders*  ' Tin: Itai- is siipiili-'il with <:liolce*it Itriin-lx  nl' Llnmn-4 nml -ig-i-s.  -a^MBSrGLArBK-E_-  Late of Royal Hotel, Calgary  KELLY, DOUGLAS & 00.  VA*JSrCO*0*VER, B. c.  ���������\VlIOLKSAI.K    GHOCKKS    AND   DIHEUT  n-H'OUTBRS FROM   *  China,   India  and Japan.  A Full Stock of Groc.rius, Cigars, Cigarettes,  Tobaccos, Ktc.  rriniiiil Allt-iitiiiii to All Orders.  1321IJ*-'  That you can't g-et a.s good tipples in Nelson as you g*et  back home. 1 have till varieties of Ontario tipples in barrels. Also 40,000 pounds of Shuswap potatoes and all kinds  of vegetables. Also something- new. Rub no more. Sterling Washing Compound makes no suds, suds.do not clean;  full directions on each package. Call and get a free sample of Sterling- Washing Compound.  C. KAUFFMAN, The Grocer.  Telephone 26. Cor. Biker and Josephine Sts.  488  Thos. Dunn ������ Co.,L'd.  DEALERS IN  l  . IM "��������� iHD ffiL SIJFFLIE.  uak a.\i������ sin;-, nto.x,       mi.mkv. ntus,       kai: am* suki.t *_���������.���������___.,  NIMKK-' SIIUVKLS, MUCK It'll'l.*, UA.MI.I.A  HOI*EH,  UYVIJIITK   I'l'SK AMI 1'AI'S.  SOLEAGENTSFORTHE OIIIOl/QII   WFR  CINNABAR MINII.G  CO.'S        \g*J I VlXO ! --��������� V dHiji  Write tor Quotations.  Cable Address "Dunn."  (i33)  "v^._rsrcoTj"v^_B_R, _b. o.  the Mcdowell atkins watson co., lid  -^-5-WHOLESALE AND  RETAIL-  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A full stock of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Chemicals and Toilet  Articles, Wholesale and Retail. Goods Right. Prices  Right.    Prompt attention 10 all orders.  the Mcdowell, atkins, watson, co  VANCOUVER, B. C.  IO AND 12 CORDOVA STREET,  600 GRANVILLE STREET.  417 HASTINGS STREET 127  L^L- _ *!*-��������� J .-J"*.-  Christmas will soon be here.  Make   your   wife a  present  ���������of   a���������  KARN   PIANO  ��������� or   a---    '  DROP   CABINET  SEWIPjG    MACHINE.  SILVERWARE  Three times the stock ol"  last. Christmas to select  from and articles many  times more choice.  AT PRICES FOR ALL  At Jacob poVer's,        Nelson. P* C.  (2 I'll  NELS0NJ.OTS.  NOTICE.  Having appointed \V. J. G. Dickson  local agent for addition A to the town-  | site of Nelson, intending purchasers of  lots oi* parlies wishing information,  plans or price list of the addition will  please apply to him.  100 F. C. INNES.   ",  JOHN  HIRSCH,  I Provincial Land Surveyor.  i Office:  1 ���������        -  ! NELSON    AND   ROSSLAND, B. C.  i un  MIMM'. A������K\T_.  W. J. G.  DICKSON-  REAL ESTATE,  COMMISSION AGENT,  MINING   BROKER.  BEALEY BLOCK, BAKER ST.  __DT_BX_.i30*_Sr, B. C.      [335] '  Feet!  Heal th y���������com for table���������warm���������corn less��������� ^j.-.  painless���������comely feet. ���������  Feet rescued from   *-_Hp  cold, clammy, clumsy_nibbers and shod in wet-proof  ~"^snow-"prdof=oi l~cl i^^ed���������l"eatli"ef"sh"oes,"*7hiacle���������wi th"  the Famous Goodyear Welt.    Stylish, wear-resisting,  quickly cleaned, ..light!"    Black or tan.    $5.50.  Aik for tht-  Slater Rul)berless Shoe.  1'II.KKK ������V UKI.I.S, Sole Astiils lor X<lson.  <;ilt_l'.\ IIIIOS.. Aisc 11 Is nt Kuslo.  .   -.172-  RUBBERS! RUBBERS! RUBBERS!!  All   Kinds,   Shapes,   Sizes   and   Prices  Just Opened.  Don't Forget our Clearing Sale of Ladies  Goods.  The P. 0. Store.    GILKER & WELLS.  is_r_fi3i_,so_isr & pilot _b_at_z".  JUST ARJtlVEp  W. A. JOWETT  MINING & REAL ESTATE BROKER  IX.St'KAXCE and ���������������������������  COMMISSION" A������E>T.  VICTORIA ST., NELSON, B. C.  814 .  Plum Puddings, American������and English. Sardines in  Oil, Butter, Tomatoes. Anchovies in Oil, Anchovie and  Bloater Paste.     Machonbchies Bloaters,   Digbv Chicks,  o - c*****     ���������  Deviled, Fresh, Kippered and Spiced Herrings. A  Full Line0 of Crosse. &-Blackwell's Goods, and Huntley & Palmer's Biscuits.  Hudson's Bay uompany,  BAKER STREET, NELSON. 05 THE MINER,' NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1,896  ESMSSBEBEB^^  9  ft  m  0������  g������m  _B  WW  &  0*7 _?������  3  09  S  US  _rs>������������  ttflK  str  MINING TRANSFERS.  Whore 110 -..itsi'lci'iiUon  is named in transfers  tho nominal sum of $1 is to tic understood.)  New Denver.  Nov 10���������   '  Wild Goose���������M M Gill   to J L 0*Nei!.  Norway, ITomcstnke'nnd Silver King���������  AV E Tcrrill to B White, }{, ������275.  Republic, American Eagle, Bell No 2���������  D Sutherland, T Montgomery to W L  Parish nnd W J Lindsay, bo_d 825,030.  H Malcolm Htibhnrd re. ml agteement  in reference 16 Bondholder group.  Nov 12���������  Dolly Yfirdeu No 3���������J J Langstaff to D  D McPherson, y.  PLC, Reno, V & M, Get there Eli,  nnd Accidental���������F LoCa-<to to C W Harrington, y. $250.  Nov 13���������  Winnipeg���������E Erickson to J McNeil.  Twin Sister���������I. J Huaiphreys to F  Provost, %.  Kaiser���������J Tiuling to AV I.nrdner.  Red Fox y, Central y~J Halpin to R  Harrou, option, 850.  Same with R Cooper. .  Liodwav  Fraction��������� U   White   to J D  Sword, 8500.  Nov 14���������  Tooth Pick���������T H Wilton to W L  O'Connell, y.     .   .  Tooth Pick���������W L 0*Con_el records  notice.  Albiou���������1) Graham to 1) Sutherland,%  Great Uiitain���������E Partis to DNewhau.,  y.~  KhmIo.  Nov 14���������  Ho-aid, D-feuder, Rovenue���������1) \V  Moore to II B A'exauder, $���������  fix Friends and Volnnte.r���������J 1) Byrne  t.i T 1) A lay, Wm Murphy, .1 'Fletcher, J  Witter and l'> Svenceski, 1-0 to each. 810.  Vi.-ginia���������J I' Lindsav tn.7 P.iH.if, E  Do'.v, E Penrcy, W Trumb'.ill, J McMnr-  \>\rY. M Slmiler, R. Grry and J P Mc-  Mi'irph\,8-0.  Koh Roy���������J V MoMnrpliy lo same, 8-0  Nov 10-- - *-    ���������   -     '��������� -  President, li'.user i'nd Two Biothers���������'  W A Jo wet1-, to J Love. >������ i i each.  Ssiine claims- Madison  Hicks to W A  *" Jowett all his right, title and iii.resl.  Same claims���������W A Jowett to (J R Try-  on, l-,,.  Crown Point���������A Fletcher aud D M  Bongard to J T Wilkiuson,  Crown Point���������-J A Whittier to same 1-5  Litile Phil���������Hon N Clark Wallace to  T M Gibson, agreement for y share in  profits.  Nov 17���������   .  Joseph���������J Swanson to S Milliugion, _,  .   $50.  "U S-W MacAuliff to II Giegrich, $.  Nov 19��������� O  Kaslo���������J N Rankin to IC Gray, y of  ail vendor's interest.  Frankfurt, Nelson���������A AV Crittenden  and C L5 Archibald to J R Robertson.  Madge���������W J Elliott to A N Shaw, .}.  Kosslmiil.  .Nov 5��������� '  Atlanta���������Wm Finn to 1 11 Panlsont y  $75.'  Blue Bell���������E Cliarle* to I_ Blue, }/,.  Diamo.ul Joe-H A Phillips to L Blue  and others, $250.    ..  Nov 6���������  Big Horu-H W l-aiighlaud to J 13  Chanlrell, 1-5.  Mississippi���������Johnstone etal, to C J  AVilso.i, SIOOO.    Agreement.  Ilelea���������John Rankin to W Garden, y.  Zilor���������Johu G McKay bv liis attorney  to J li Ferguson, S3000.  Majjgie���������Lizzie Boultbee et al to John"  Gloynn. .      .       -  .    Cnckco-H P He3Cosk to G F Russell,  y- .'    -   *'  .  Irou  Colt���������J H Bowes to Phil Aspen-  wall, 1-10, "   "  United Empite-vr M Beamish, to W J  Green.  Tough Nut - W J Noble to W J Green  ' Queen of the Valley--J J Hand to II  McPherson, \(\.  Black Prince No 1,-Kiug of the West-  Same to same 1-3 in each.  Queen of the Valley, Black Prince No 1  and King' of the West���������John Loring to  H McPherson, 1-3"ia each.���������   ���������  Same claims���������-Wm Pfife.' to II McPherson, 1-3 in each".  Nov 7-  "'Drummer--1. Otiellette to A llymau.  Cambridge���������Earnest Miliar to D B  Bogle, i,'i, 8250, *  Can-bridge *��������� Fraction���������W II llairis to  It J Bealv and others, .*51000.   .  Orellia���������Sol Cameron to W II Porter  and others, y. Other considerations. .  Attwood���������F E Shaw to F W Hunt, 1-6.  Juliet���������W J Edmonson to the English-  Canadian Gold Miuing Co.  Copper Glance���������P J Shields to J Liue-  han, y, Sl,250..        .. *   " -  Nov������-  Giant���������C W Coplen aud others to F S  Harmon," trustee, '2,500,000 shares of  stock to be taken hy company formed at  five ceots a share, at dates stated iu  agreement. -  Camden���������F ' J Holland to D.iu P Bunnell, 81.100.  Ida May���������Fred Lawsou tn Geo 11 Taylor, aud others, S3.0.  Nov 10��������� *  Viola���������II L Lilleutiiall to M Moriarty,  trustee.  Ella a. White Fawn, Rossland Belle,  -7-T S Hntton aud others to J Powell, SS0  Agreement. -  Lander���������T S Huston et ul to J Powell,  S50.  Confederate���������John Greenley to J Keu-  nedy.  Ethel, Bannock, Red Top, Le Blanc No  1.2 and 3, Northern Light, Dril���������Herbert E Lawry to A J McMillian, S25,0.0.  Young America���������W H Finljason to J  Kirkup y.  Emerald���������Thos S Potts et al lo H  Cohen.  Young America���������T H Potts it al lo II  Cohen.  Emerald���������W H Fiuliason to J Kir_ur>,  J_.  Emerald���������A Jeukins io ThosSPoHs,  A 16.  Young America���������A Jenkins to Tlios S  Potts, 3-16.  Union Mint���������J W Miller tu J Cu.ou. .  ..500.  Golden Age���������J B M.Ar.liui- t ��������� Julm  O-illatto, y.  "White Swan Fraction���������J .-iclimilt to i  \. Knudson, $100.  Golden Question F.aciiou��������� Jt������hu Donahue to E W Johnson and II Weeks.  Bonnie Doon���������T !. Potts to H Weeks,  1 5.  Dot���������Lee M.Kainey to E 11 Hush-el).  et al.  Mogul���������A PeacuC. lo W W'Dixon ot  al, %.  A B C���������E I) C.iipenter to L J ..He, 1-3.  Nov 11-  Mascot F nction���������C  M  Car-enter to  Mas jo t Gold Mining Co.  Sicia���������L T Wi hums toM SThompson  2 5.  Little Giant, Tillie   H���������Mortgage   to  scotire payment of $780 on or before  January 14, 1807, Chas Bates to E W  Talbott.  Sierra Tiadre���������M S Thompson lo S L  AVilliain., y.  Sierra Mndre���������M S Thompson to J  Ward, i.  Red Point���������P G Nash to Red Point  Gold Mining Co Ld.  Gold Eagle���������C Faircloth to L O Carter  y, ������i5o.  James Gay Fraction���������J M Clark to W  L McLaughliu.  Neptune���������W D McFadden to D O&ul-  livan, %.  Nov 12���������  ,   Wolverine Fraction-A D Qninville to  A A Dunn, 1-2, $20..  Nov 13-  Silkirk���������J Smith to D Lawson.  Ethel. Elk, Ada L, and Tenderfoot���������  lis pendens, John McCree vs Wm and  John Cummiugs.  High Tariff���������W S Wileon et al to John  Thomas.  Blacktoot, Paymaster, Financier, Ban-'  nock, Cashier aud Umatilla���������Harry Hanson to Dennis Mnrphy.  Lincoln, Cast Iron, Jack of Diamonds  ���������Agreement for sale, John Henderson et  al to George Gurd, $2003.  Big Nugget���������Thos Kelly to M R Mc-  Quiuu 1-2.  Union Mint���������Joseph Caron to Jacob  Sterne. 1 2.  Luck Number���������C L Capp to W G Carpenter.  Nov 14���������  Golden Hope���������W O Lewis et ul to J F  Riley, $200.  Iluimbiirg���������i> B Bogie ct al lo J F  Ke.ldy 185000.  Defender No 2���������C M Wilson to W D  O'Toole.  Alweut-Fracti-iii���������John B Oh a litre 11 to  Georire Wi i ran.  Nov 1(3��������� -*    Big Trout���������Koy  H Clink et al lo the  Buffalo Gold Miuiug Co.  ..Co;ip.r-_*!i   W,Talbot  to Chas Botes,  release. ��������� .   ���������'-  Vienna Wm Sutter to T McCnffen ct  al.-  Bryan and King - Chas Drlvcntlial to  R A Chisjhn, y.  Same claims���������Same to same, y in each  Gold Bar���������Joseph Caron to J W Miller, if.  Chief -.eattle���������Daniel Rieley to C C  Migralh.  Chief Seattle and Red Hawk���������C C  Migrath to J A Smith.  Allcome���������Chiirles-H Cameron io J A  Smith.  Chapiu���������Moses Bums to Charles Van  Ness.  Nov 17��������� "  Superior No 3���������W H Young to R C  Waterson, y.  Same- Johu Empev to R C Waterson,  i.  Flora Fraction���������Abram Chisholm to H,  Weeks.  George Wa-jhiugto. ���������Chas H Marsh to  Geo Funk, .V,  ___ittle__Penrl-__W _L _riiompTOn_to_Geo_  Funk, $200.      ;  Gold B.ir-L "W Pietsch to II F McLean, A, $1500.  Twylight Fraction���������Robt Brannock to  J W Paulson, 1-2. $150.  Nov 18��������� *  Victoria���������George Williard to John  l.pud.rsou, 1-2, $200. '  Balnagoun��������� Henry Malcolm to Lillooet  Fraser River, aud Cariboo Gold Fields,  Limited.  Cutter.Fraction���������Same to same.  Outario-E E Wells to William Gillis,  $300'  Itudson Bay���������F D Phillips to W Gilli.  $300.  Oriental anel Occidental���������Wm Finn,  Maurice Riddle,' P McLean and Peter,  Shechan to Willia*_. Telford $1203.  . Oakland, O K, Oriental and Occidental  -William Telford to Walter Macdonald,  82000. '  Chiel* Seattle-John ASmith to Robt  Scott.  Chior Seattle and Electa���������Robt Scott to  GermaninGold Miniug Co Ld, 1,000,000  shares-. ".  Nov 10 -  Violet���������James M Nolan to A Chisholm  3300.-     . -  Kiliamey��������� Thos=C Wells to Nils Pearson.  Enni.killeu���������Wm Gibson to Nils Pear-  sou, ,    '   -  Gany Owen���������J McCarty io Nils Pearson,    ' ."'*������������������-���������  ,   Donnybrook���������George Hoover   to Nils  Pearson,  D:.isy Elk No 2���������Agreement, W E  Moore aud E L Clark to Joseph Powell  or his nominee, $340.  Stock Exchange���������Dora A Tibbits to  Johu A'Pouudcr, 1-10.  Edna..S & C, J & J, First Clip, Monterey. Sidney, Jennie, Mountain Lion,  Earlv Morn', London Bell, Sea Gull,  Philadelphia, A B C, Roman Eagle���������E D  Caipenter to the Fourteen Gold Miues  Consolidated company (foreigD).  .Same claims���������John H White* aud Louis  JafTe to same company, %.  Rambling Boy���������F M Davies to* A K  Ogilvie, 1-4.  "  Nevada���������Estate of E R Rugh (deceased  intestate) assignment by W S Rugh and  | .Tenuie B Stroll to Mary B Rugh of their  I interests.  ; Baby Fraction���������W H Sheffield to F II  j Young. 1-2,  i Vienna���������Eli Terztck to Steve Barb'ora,  !l-2.  j Golden Gate���������Ben Finnell to Henry A  . King jr, 1-4.  | Golden Gate���������Ross Thompson to H A  i King jr, ?i.  West      l(potei}ay  butcher Co.  Nelson    a*-)-*-**   Sai)-^oq,  KOOTENAY.   LAKE   GENERAL  HOSPITAL SOCIETY  All persons . contributing1 $i.oo  per month or $10.00 per year will  be entitled to receive the full benefits ofthe Hospital; in addition the  $io.oo subscribers will secure thc  privilege of voting at the annual  election of directois.  A. H. CLEMENTS, Treasurer  Nelson, B. C, August 14th,   1896.  . "-  (419)  STATE 0EE  Sampling Works  1*. S. IJAILV, l'rust.  JOS. MONNIC, Sec.  Estn-liuhed  1880.   '  A general Ore Market." LarKont Works in  Colorado. Modem MHio and Machinery at  Denver, Idaho Springs,-nnd Black Hawk.  ORE SOLO ON COMPETITIVE BIOS  Write (or our reference book,   Address  STATE ORE SAMPLING 00.  Gold Bullion ttought.   347       Deuvor, Colorado.  NtHicc of Application for Liquor License.  "N  NOTICE IS 1IKHKBY GIVKN that thirty  days lifter this date I shall apply to thc  Stipendiary Magistrate for a license to sell  wines and liquors by retail at my hotel on lot  7 in block 1), Salmon Siding,  T. S. SHANK.  Mth Ncvcmbcr, 1890.. 4112  $100  A reward of one hundred dollars  will be given by A. Powys for the  recovery or information leading* to  the recovery of the body of Evelyn  A. Powys who is believed to have  met with a fatal accident in the  neighborhood of Nelson on the 21st  October last.  This offer will hold good until  the  10th December next.  AH kinds of  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.  E, C. TRAYES,   MANAGER ������  BAKER STREET.   NELSON, B. C.  KaUffi)tai)5s  I^estaUrai)t  IS   REOPENED   UNDER   NEW  MANAGEMENT.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  MEALS S6.00 PER WEEK.  ANNIE BURTON, Proprietress  437*  C. D. BAND. D. S. WA1BRIDGE.  RAND & WALLBRIDGE  MINING BROKERS  SANDON,       -      B. C.  Mines bought and sold, Stock for  sale in all B. C. mines, Official Brokers for Wonderful Group. Mining  Co., Kootenay Agents of Bondholder Mining Co., stock. Companies promoted.    Correspondence  solicited.      *     -  422 '  NOTICE.  W' K THE UNDERSIGNED have thisday  dissolved partnership by liiiilnal consent.  All debts due the firm of Turner & Kirkpatrick  arc to lie paid to John A. Turner, who will set-  le nil liabilities against said Ann,  '   f JOHN-A. TURNER  ="���������.���������*>-*���������������{_ JOHN A. KIKKPATKICK  Witness:   V. E. WILSON  Nelson, B. C, litli Nov., 181)6.  The above business will be carried on as  usual under the firm name of John A. Tumor  & Co., and we trust that by fair dealing and  rcnsonlable prices to merit, the same liberal  patronage from our customers that we have  rcr.ci.od in thc past. All accounts at present  past due must be settled by cash or otherwise  by tho 30I.U of Noveinbcr.or thoy will be placed  for collection.  456.11-7- JOHN A TURNER,  *isr_D"_.so_sr  I  DOORS, SASHES and TURNED WORK,  BRACKETS and OFFICE FITTINGS.  i  SATISFACTION   GlJARANTEEp.  PRICES pc/>omMP' g  $  NELSON, B. G.  E. S. TOPPING  TRAIL, B. C.  Has for sale lots in Trail and Deer Park.   Also  Mines in all parts of the Kootenay Gold Belt  Can furnish stock in legitimate propositions.  Po not Monkey With Wild Cats.  Will be pleased to  answer any business  enquiries.  *   LAWRENCE HARDWARE QO.  Our stock is now very complete in  of almost every description.  We are here to do business.      If we have not what.you want'  twe will get it tor you.    Give us a trial for Goods and Prices.  TINNING AND PLUMBING.  T_-lIJ*E*F"H:0*_Sr*_E! 3STO. 21-  402  The Jane Mel Water Wheel Co.  Springfield, Ohio.  Estimates given for all  kinds  of Water  Power  propositions  for Mines,   Electric  Light,   Saw   Mills,   etc.    Oldest  wheel -makers-on-the-Continent-.���������Information cheerfully-given.  Call on or write W. T. STEWARD,  470-28 11 6 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER, Nelson, B. C.  Why Drink Your Whiskey Straight  ������������������ When it is much nicer with Soda Water,  ��������� or any other of our drinks   ^ - - o  All*'our soft drinks are guaranteed to kill any microbes that  5 *   may  exist   in   the   whiskey   but   are   perfectly  harmless to human beings.  Orders Delivered Promptly to Any Part ot the Town.  NELSON SODA WATER, FACTORY  391  I^itchies Hardware E171 poriUrn  CELEBRATED WARRIOR  Cooking arid Heating Stoves  ���������- ALSO   Agateware and Tinware  MINERS'  TOOLS.  NELSON, - 439 a. C.  WANTED Boll Silver. Coper or Coal Properties.  MX_Bfll or promotB CofflDany take ore.  WILL HANDLE BoRdsof Electric Steam or Horse Car Railways,  WILL BUILD Waterworks or Float Bonds of Same,  Manhattan Investors & Securities Co.. Ld.  17 and 19 Broadway,  New York City,  379'      *���������  TWo Fpiends Mine  tiijiM lability  Capital $240,000 in 800,000 Shares of 30 cts each    J  F* 0. Innes, President.    Percy W. Evans, Vice-President  0. C. Bennett Secretary.  0. T. Dunbar and C. 0."Bennett Directors.  280,000 Shares pnly' will be sold at par.     "-  "'   SMELTER  RETURNS:  First Car Load  20 tons,  281 ounces-Silver,   37% ..Lead,*-  Net   Returns  $3284.00.* ** ,  Second Car Load'20 tons. [ part 379 ounces Silver,  52%   Lead.  ' I   ."   :"2-JH      " ������������������ .    46%      11  .Net Returns $3301.00.  The management expect to   make,- shipments   this "* winter   aggregating' six hundred tons.  Prospectus .and, forms of application for shares will be forwarded  on application to. F.  C.   INNES,  Vancouver,  13.  C.  - ������������������ ",   iv.2S-ns  M. -R. SMITH % CO.  Biscuit Manufacturers.  ���������WHITE    __rO-R������ PBICE   ILIST.  VICTORIA        -        B.O. O^)  Fred J, Squire  HAS RECEIVED A COMPLETE STOCK OF  FALL  and   WINTER   GOODS  TWEEDS,    SERGES, _ WORSTEDS,   Etc.  PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.  SUITS  S25.QO  AND  UPWARDS.  COR. BAKER AND WARD STREETS. 90  NELSON,  B. C. THE MINER, NELSON,  B. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28,  1S96.  DOMINION EXPKESS COMPANY.  Il*> .tlaiiiiiccr p������j������ si VKIt lo lh������* Koolcnny  Hist riel.  AV. S. Stout, of Toronto, manager of  the Dominion Express company was in  tovni during the week on his annual trip  of inspection. He says tbat the business  of the company is steadily improving and  that the Kooteuay district ia one that is  receiving a good deal of attention at the  bands of the company. He is eager to  see the Crow's Nest Tass road established  or besides opening up a wonderful'  couutry and permitting Canadian merchants to enter into successful competition with Americans, it will largely  increase the business of the company  represented by him. Mr. Stout was in  Nelson last fall and says that tbe rapid  progress of the town is remarkable.  .k.  CHRlSTflAS  GOODS  At the Nelson Drug Store  ���������will be found the best  and cheapest assortment  of Toys and Christmas  Goods ever brought into Kootenay.  These goods -were bought  for spot cash and will be  sold for spot cash only.  Inspect our Stock before  purchasing.  471-28-tl.fi  Notice of Application for Liquor License.  I Take notice that tlie Hall Mines Limited (foieign) will apply to the Government Agent for West Kootenay, for a  license to sell liquor oy retail at or near  the Silver King Mine iu said District.  Dated at Nelson this 21st day of November, 1890.   -  CERTIFICATE  OF  TIIK  REGISTRATION  OF A FOREIGN COMPANY.  "Companies'Act," P-itT IV., and-jiicnd-  ino Acts.  "Tbe IoikIimi him! Itrilish t'oluuiliia 4*������l'l-  It-lils, Limited" (Foreign).  Registered the 20th day of October, 1S90.  I HEREBY CERTIFY that I havetlii- day  registered "Thc London and British Columbia Goldfields, Limited," (Foreign) under thc  "Companies' Act," Part IV., "Registration of  Foreign Companies," and amending Acts.  The head ollice o������ thc Company is situate in.  England.  The objects for whieh the Company is established are:~  (1.1 To prospect and explore for the purpose  of obtaining information, and also to acquire nnd  enter, into treaties and contracts and engagements of any description, and cither absolute  or conditional, with respect to lands, forests,  harbours, mines, mining rights, minerals, water  rights, rivers, aud property of every or any  ���������nature-situutc-in.any-paL-LoLBritish .Columbia,,  or elsewhere; and to negotiate for and acquire  concessions, privileges and vights, absolute or  conditional, from any Sovereign,.'- wer.",Rulers,  Governments or States, or person or persons, or  from any corporate or other body, and to enter  into any arrangeinent|with any Government,  Ruler or authority, municipal or otherwise, for  any purpose, or to any circct, and from time to  time to alter and vary thc same accordingly:  (2.) To carry *on mercantile, commercial,  trading and financial business of any and every  description, either as principals or agents, or  partly as principals and partly as agents, and  to buy, seil and enter into contracts, either  absolute or conditional, in respect of stocks,  shares, debentures, "debenture stock, bonds,  " obligations, options and securities of every or  anv description in any part of the world:  (it.) To "purchase, take on lease, or acquire by  exchange, licence, hire, or otherwise,  lands,'  forests,    buildings,, harbours,  mines," niining  rights, water rights, patents or other rights or  claims (whether absolute,'exclusive, optional;  ._   conditional  or limited), and any other kind of  property in any part of the world:  (I.) To work, win, iiuurry.' convert, manufuc-  '  tuve, use. crush, waslvsmclt, reduce refine, or  otherwise treat and render marketable, and sell  or otherwise dispose of, or deal in metalliferous  quart** and  ore  anil otlier mineral and metal  substances and  products and precious stones,  and produce of every description:  (5.) To improve, manage, develop, or otherwise turn to account, ordeal with all or any of  the property and rights of tho Company:  16.) To carry on and  transact tho trades or  businesses of merchants, contractors, carriers by  .   land or water,   farmers, graziers,   traders in  and manufacturers of all kinds of merchandise,  a goods, provisions and articles, and to carry on  the businesscsof bankers, capitalists.sliipowners  managers of estates, farms, mines, railways or  otlier   properties,   nnd   financial   agents  and  brokers   in all their respective branches, and  the businesses of engineers, builders, miners,  and any. other businesses directly or indirectly  connected  with  or capable  of being conveniently carried on in connection with any of, the  nusinesses for the time being or objects of. the  '*' Company:  Ci.) To erect, construct, establish, or acquire  . by purchase, hire, or otherwise, ai-d carry out,  .maintain; improve, develop,   manage,' work,  control,   and   superintend  any  roads   ways,  bridges, harbors, reservoirs, water works.'-'gas  works,   electrical  works,  farms, canals, tramways,    railways,   quays,   wharves,  furnaces,  . mills, crushing and hydraulic works, factories,  warehouses,   ships,   steamers,   tugs,   barges,  machinery, locomotives, waggon1, appliances,  apparatus, and otlier plant and works, and to  contribute to, subsidise, or otherwise aid and  take part in any such constructions, works or  operations:  (8.J^To cultivate lands and property, whether  belonging to the Company or not, and develop  thc resources thereof, by building, reclaiming,  clearing, draining, damming ditching fanning,  and planting, upon such terms or system as  may be considered advisable:  ('���������)���������) To .stock, cultivate, .and farm lands, and  to breed, grow, and deal in all kinds of stocK,  cattle, sheep, horses and produce:  flO.y  To  establish,   form and  subsidise  or  otherwise assise in thc establishment, promotion or formation of any other companies having for their objects,   or some of tlicin. any of  the objects mentioned in th.il- memorandum, or  the piosecution of an3-other undertaking.-or  enterprises   of any description having objects  which   may advance directly or indirectly thc  objects  cf  this Company, and  to rccure, by  underwriting or otherwise, the subscript ioi> of  all or any part of the sjtiare or loan, capital of  ny such company, and to pay or receive any  oromi-sion brokerages, or other remuneration  connection therewith;  Cll,} To contract with or aid any Sovereign  or other Power, Government or State, or any  municipal or other body, politic or corporate,  or company or persons for or in relation to capital, credit, moans or resources, foi tho prosecution, ot any works, undertakings, projects or  enterprises: also to contract for and act as  agents or otherwise in relation to loans or  securities issued tor,proposed to be issued by  any Government or State, or municipal or  other authority, or company or corporation, or  persons or person:  (T2J To lend or advance money on the security of any kind of properly, rights, stocks,  shares, bonds, debenture stock, mortgages,  debentures, obligations, bills, notes-or other  instruments or securities, or on the undertaking of any company or any parr, thereof:  (IX.) To negotiate loans of all descriptions,  either alone or jointlywitli any other company  or person, to any slate, country, municipality,  railway company ;or any otlier company, or  corporate or other body, or any person or persons;  (II.) To advance money for, or otherwise'  assist, in making explorations and surveys of  every kind, a> d in promoting immigration inlo  any country, colony or state;  (15.) To guarantee the performance! of any  contracts or engagements, and to become  liable or responsible for money, or for the fulfillment of contract, entered into by others:  C'.ti^To issue on commission, or receive  brokerage, or other remuneration or consideration, upon tho issue or re-issue, or I'or guaranteeing thc issue of, or the payment of interest  on any slock, shines, debentures, debenture  stock, bonds, obligations or other securities of  any company or public or local authority:  (il.) To borrow or raise money wit hunt security, or to secure the payment of money borrowed or raised, and in particular by the issue  of debentures or debenture stock (perpetual or  terminal.), bonds, mortgages or nny other  security upon such terms as to priority or  discount or otherwise a.s shall be thought tit,  and to secure the same if thought fit by mort-  gngo or charge upon flic undertaking of the  nipany and all or any of its real and personal  property, present or future, and all or any of  its uncalled capital, or in any other manner,  and to purchase or redeem (at a premium if  deemed expedient) any debentures, debenture  stock or securities of the Company:  (\%.) To sell, lease, charter or othcrwi-edis  pose of absolutely, conditionally, or for any  limited interest, .the whole or any part of the  undertaking, property, rights, concessions or  privileges of the Company for such consideration in cash, shares or otherwise as the Company may think til, and to abandon any part of  the business for thc time being ofthe Company  and to carry, on any of t he objects ment ioned in  this clause, to the'cxclusion of tlie others, and  to acquire or institute any new business falling  within the objects of the Company, or any of  such objects:  (19.) To subscribe for, purchase, or otherwise  acquire thc shares of stock, whether ordinary,  preferred or deferred, or the debentures, bonds,  or other securities of any company, and to  except, the same in payment for any property  sold, or business undertaken, or services rendered by this Company, and to hold, sell, or  otherwise deal with the same:  (20J To pay for nny rights or property acquired by the Company; or any services rendered to the Company, in fully or partly paid  shares or stock, debentures or other securities  of the Company, and to make such payments  or gifts by way of bonus or otherwise, and  either in money or in any other value as may  from time to time bo deemed expedient for  information or advice given or for services of  any kind rcrdored to the Company, or in connection with' which the Company may be  dircctiy or indirectly interested, and generally  to make any payments or agree to pay any  commissions, with or without any consideration moving to the Company, if it is considered  by tho Directors in the interests or dircctiy or  indirectly to the benefit of thc Company lo do  so:  CH.) To promote any company for the purpose of acquiring all or any part of the undertaking, property and liabilities of thc Company.  Also to acquire the undertaking and assests,  and undertake thc liabilities, of any now existing or future company, and to conduct, liquidate or wind up tlie business of any such company:  (21.) To enter into partnership or into any  arrangements for sharing profits, co-operation  reciprocal concession, or otherwise, with any  person or company, and-to remunerate any  person or persons, joint stock or other company  by fixed salary or specified remuneration, or by  a share of profits present, past, or future, or  part one way and part the other:  (2;i ) To make and carry into effect or determine arrangements with" British or foreign  manufacturers, railway and shipping companies-, proprietors or charterers of shipping, carriers, proprietors of steam or other mechanical  power, and other persons orcompany:  (2\.) To carry on, work or develop any property or business of any kind, or-to concur  with others in so doing, or employ others lo do  so, as mav be found expedient: 'J  (25.) To' pay any commission or brokerage  for the purpose of scouring the subscription of  any part of the share or loan capital of this  Company, or of any company promoted by  this Company, or in which this Company is or  intends to be interested,, and generally to  remunerate any persons for underwriting such  capital, or for services rendered in placing, or  assisting to place, or guaranteeing the placing,  of any shares, debentures or other securities of  the Company, or for promoting or guarant cuing  the raising of capital for any other company,  and to undcrwrit e. or otherwise guarantee the  subscription for or placing of the share or  other capital of anv other company:  (iii.) To procure this Company to be legalised,  domiciled or recognised in any foreign country  or colony, and to procure its incorporation in a  like character, or as a Societe Anonymc in any  foreign country, and to carry on lhe business of  the Company, or any part thereof, in any foreign-country or colony, or dependency of the  United Kingdom or in any part of lhe world  under anv other style or luime: "  (27J To draw, accept, make, indorse, discount  and negotiate bills of exchange, promissory  notes, warrants and other negotiable instru-  -ments-Other_than.bank_notes:_- _.: '.   (-2S.) To distribute among the members in  specie anv properly, of the Company, or anv  proceeds of sale or disposal of any pro-  pert v of tlie Company, hut so that no distribution amounting to  a reduction of capital be  __  ._        ._._....!.i. .1 ��������� ...:_.., i:e ......\   _���������_-,.. n,n  MAPLE LEAF MINERAL CLAIM.  "Situate in tho Illeeillewaet Mining Division of  West Kootenay district, Where located���������  Opposite to Muir's tunnel on the noith side  of the Canadian Pacific railway, about  1 three miles cast of Illeeillewaet station and  nearly 1J miles up thc mountain-. ' '  rpAKB NOTICE, That 1, N. P. Snowden,  _____ acting as agent for the Lillooet. Fraser  River & Cariboo Gold Fields Ltd.; Free Miner's  Certiticate No. 03018, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the  above.claim.  And further tako notico that action, under  section :'7, must bo commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 10th day of October, IS!*'.  143-21-10G N. 1'. S.vowdkn.  DOROTHY MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Illccillewaet Mining Division of  West Kootenay District. Where located���������  On the north side of the Illccillewaet river,  Wesl Kootenay district, and immediately  adjoining thc Lanark Mineral claim on the  south side.  TAKE NOTICE, That I, N. P. Snowden,  acting as agent for the l-innrk Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company Ltd.;  Free Miner's Certilicate No. ;'.2l0, intend,  sixty days from tho dale hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a certilicate ot improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section '.ti, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 10th day of October, lSJtj.  lit-l-10-(i N  P. Snowdkj*.  RED FOX MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in.the Illeeillewaet Mining Division of  West Kootenay District. Where located���������  On the north side of the Illccillewaet river,  West Kootenay district and adjoining the  Lanark Mineral claim on lhe north-west  corner...  TAKE NOTICE. That I. N. P. Snowden,  acting as agent for tho Lanark Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company.Ltd.; Free  Miner's Certilicate No. _S,_lti., intend, sixty  da>s from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder foi "a certificate of improvements.  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of  the above claim.  And further take notice that action; under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements. -  Dated this 10th day of October. 1S9G.  -U5-21-10-4.        ... N. P. Snowdex.  HOItNE FRACTION MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Illeeillewaet Mining Division of  West Kootenay District. Where located���������  Bounded on three sides by the Lanark, Red  Fox, Maple Leaf and Oak Leaf mineral  Claims, situated about 3_t miles cast of Ille-  .cillcwaet. C. P. It.  TAKE NOTICE that I. N. P. Snowden acting as agent for the Lanark Consolidated  Mining & Smelting Company, Limited, Free  Miner's Certiticate No. 5S210, intend, sixty days  from the dato hereof, to "anply to the Mining  Recorder for a certificate ot improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the  above claim,  And further lake notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 24th day of October, 189(1;  440-3L-10-C N. P. SNOWDEN.  panics' (Colonial Registers) Act, 1SS3":  (SO.) To do all such acts and things as are incidental or conducive to the above objects:  (Al.) Ii is expressly declared that the intention is that the objectssot forth in each of the  foregoing paragraphs of this clause shall be  const rued in the most liberal way. and shall bo  in nowise limited or restricted by reference to  anv other paragrai h, or by any inference  drawn from the terms of any other paragraph:  , C.i2.) The word "Company" in this clause,  when not applied to this Company, shall bo  (1 coined-to include any' partnership or other  bodv of persons, whether incorporated or not  incorporated, and whether domiciled in the  United Kingdom or elsewhere, and whether  now existing or hereafter to be formed.  The capital stock of tho said Company is  ___cn,00(), divided into 1!I7,_00 ordinary shares of  .tl each, and 2,;'i<Xi deferred shares of .tl each.  Registered oflice-Nelson, B C.  Resident Agent and Manager���������J. Roderick  Robert son. .     "  Given under my hand and seal c.f ollice nt  Victoria,' Province of British Columbia, this  20th dav orO(:ti>b.iVl8%.  li..s.| S. Y."* WOOTTON.  153-11.11.6 Kegi'strara/ l->i"l Stud Coiii/iaiiiys.  ������;M.TIFH'ATI* HV IHTKOVKM EXTS.  NOTICE.  "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that appli-  _Jl!N cttion will be made to the Legislative  Assembly ofthe Province of Brit ish Columbia,  at its next, session for an Act to incorporate a  company with power to construct, equip, operate and maintain cither standard or narrow  gauge railways for .the purpose of conveying  passengers, freight iind ore from a point at or  near Revelstoke, on thc Canadian Pacilic Railroad, thence northwards following the valley  of the Columbia river to a point at or  near tho junction of Caimo river ; .\nd .with  power to construct, equip, operate and maintain branch lines and all necessary bridges;  roads,' ways, ferries, wharves, docks, and coal-  bunkers; and witli power to build, own, equip,  operate and maintain steam and other vessels  and boats ; and with power to "build, equip, operate and maintain telegraph and telephone  lines in connection with tlie said railways and.  branches, and to generate electricity for thc  supply of light, neat and power; and with  power to expropriate lands for the purposes of  thecomptny  and to acquire lands, bonuses,  Srivilegcs or other aids from any Government,  lunicipality or other-persons or bodies corporate and to make traffic or other arrangements  with tailway, steamboat or other companies  and with power to build wagon roads to be  used in the construction of such railways and  in advance of the same and to levy and collect  tolls from all parties using and on all freight  passing over any of such roads built, by the  company,-whether built before or after thc  passage of thc Act hereby applied for, and  with all other usual, necessary or incidental  rights, jiowcrs or privileges as may be necessary or incidental orconducivu to the attain-.  ment of thc above objects or any of t hem.  Dated at theci. v of Victoria this 2SLh day of  October, A. D. lSSXi.  HUNTER & DUFF, <>  150-7-11-ti      ..     Solicitors for.thc Applicants.  NOTICE IS HKREHY GIVEN that the  British Columbia Southern Railway  Company will apply to the Parliament of Canada, ti fit*, next session, for an Act to declare  the said Briti h Columbia Southern Railway  Company to be a body- corporate and politic  within the jurisdiction of the .Parliament of  Canada, and thc company's, railway to be a  work for the general advantage of Canada, also  to authorize the extension of the line of the  said railway from its eastern terminus in the  Crow's Nest Pass, ..cross and over the "eastern  boundary cf British Columbia, into the Province of Alberta, thence in au'easlerly direction  to"Maclcod. or to a point on the line of the Calgary and Macleod Railway, and thero to connect with the same, and thence easterly to  Letli bridge.    ���������"'  GKMMILL&MAY  Soli'itors for applicant-.  Ottawa, 18l.li September, 1SW.  11-7-162. '  . 110PKR. MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Illccillewaet Mining Division of  \Ve~l Kootenay District. Where located,  on the north side of the Illccillewaet river  being a southerly extension of Isabella  Mineral Claim...  r.riAKE NOTICK that I. N. P. Snowden act-  1_ ing as agent for The Lanark Consolidated  Mining & Smelting Company, limited,-.Free  Tiiiiier's Certilicate No. 5S2J_, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Reorder for a certiticate of improvements, for  the purpose of obtnining aCrown grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  sections?, must be commenced before the is-  suance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of November, l-stW. '  "���������133-11-7-0 N. P. SNOWDEN.  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HKRIOBY GIVEN that application will be made to the Legislative  Assembly of British Columbia, al Its next session, for an act enabling the Noble Five Consolidated Mining and .Milling Company  (Forcign) to appropriate !M inches of the  waters'of Cody Creek In the Slocau Mining  Division,' West Kootenay District-, to erect  flumes for tho purpose uf operating a concentrator, electric light plant, power drills and all  other purposes usual, necessary or incidental  to the mining or milling of ores, fot-t he usual  puvvers of expropriating lands for such purposes.  Noiu.K Fivu Conso-id.vj'-I> Mining axii  (457-14.11.G)  Mll.l.INC  CO., (FOKKIUN)  NOTICE-  "\T*OTICK is hereby given that sixty days  O^ afterdate I. Ellen McDougald (widow) intend to make application to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works lo purcha.se the  following described land: Commencing at.a  post planted alongside T. Walker's' Northwest  corner po.-t, near Burton City on lhe Columbia River, thence running North 40 chains;  thence Kast SO chains: thence .South 10 chains;  thence West 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 320 acres more or less.  ELLEN McDOUGALD.  Nakusp, Sept. 22, ISO.. 3-HMM-3  OAK LEAF MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Illccillewaet Mining Division of  West Koolenay district. Where located���������  I Above Maple Leaf Mineral C'aim.  irr-AKE NOTICE, That r, \. P. Snowden,  ] J_ acting as agent for the Lillooet. Fraser  ! River & Cariboo Gold Fields Ltd.: Free Miner's  1 Certificate No. ffiWl?. intend, sixty days from  i the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Re-  i corder for���������a certiticate of improvements, for  i fhe purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of tho  I above claim.      - .  And further take notice that action, under  ; section 37. mu.-t becominenced-'before the issu-  J ance of such certiticate of improvements.  Dated this lot h day of October. 189G.  .12-2M0-C >-, p. SSO-WTJES*.  NOTICE.  "We the undersigned have this day  dissolved partnership by mutual consent.  All debts due tbe firm of F. Irvine & Co.  are to be paid to Fted Irvine, who will  settle all liabilities against said firm.  o- __ -, ( F. Irvine,  bigned | Fred Eicban3fon-  Witness:   II. G. Irvine.  Xelson, November lOtb. 1890. ���������  The business will be continued, under  the firm name of F. Irvine & Co.  F. IBVIXE.  J. M. CAMPION, Secretary-Treasurer.  Telephone 310.  J.  E. W. MACFARLANE, Manager  Telephone 449  B.C. IRON WORKS COMPANY.  SUM! HAXIIfACTllKKKS Ol' TIIK.  Kendall Band Mill,  B. C. "-hingle Machines,  Steam Log .Hauling Mttcbines,  Marion Steam Shovels,  Improved Winding Hoist,  ltiver and Harbor Dredges,  l.iug Ditching Machine,  Wrecking Machines,  Ballast Unloading, Etc.  .lij-vr*- rim  Keevo'r- Wood Split I'tilleya  Cable Address:   "Cove"  <'���������_-_N._lE_.I_    rOI!_VI������KK������; . KM'I\  I'KRS  HOII.KK   MAKERS,  and Manufacturers of  ..M. ri.ASSKS   OF MACIIINKRl.  Stiw Mill and Marine Work n  Specialty.  ALL WOKK  4-rAKAVrKI_l������  ���������Coop in Stock a Full, Supply of Kn  Kilmers'mid Mill Supplies, i-iping  unci 1' mini's,   lhum tlccds,  m^        '���������-tci 111 Fit Hi j;!--, Klc.  i.'sliiniitcs for Uoilert- and-engines  en application,,-  Mail   Orders    Receive  Attention.  Telephone ;tl������l.  CORNER ALEXANDER STREET AND  WESTMINSTER AVENUE.'?  Prompt  l*.������>. Ilrnwcr 4 II  "^r^__._isrooi_j"V-E_R, _b. o.  All Agreements are taken subject to the approval of the Company  at Vancouver, aud arc contingent upon strikes, accidents  aud other delays unavoidable, or beyond our control, (32G)  m   Xonbonlbill  -Development ano  flIMning Corn-pans  LIMITED  LIABILITY  A Company formed to acquire, develop and work the "London"  Group of Mineral Claims, situated in the Ainsworth and Slocan Mining- Divisions of West Kootenay,  British Columbia.  ...  The Company is incorporated under the British Columbia "Companies'   Act,  1890," and amending acts.  CAPITAL���������$150,000.00 in 600,000 shares of 25 cents each, of  which 360,000 fully paid shares will be allotted to the vendors in part  payment of the purchase moneyi a������tl 200,000 will be available for working capital.  PROVISIONAL  DIRECTORS.  .Oliver T. Stone, General Agent, Kaslo, President and Treasurer.  Hamilton Byers,  Hardware Merchant,  Kaslo.  A.  Whealer,  Barrister-at-law, Kaslo,  Secretary.  BANKERS���������Bank of British Columbia.    OFFICE���������Kaslo, B. C.  The Prospectus can be seen at the ollice of VV. J. G. Dickson at  Nelson, or at the office of O. T. Stone at Kaslo. * 435  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  __A._5TX.   SOO   PACIFIC   ROITTB. .   ,  I  Pacific Coast anfl Eastern Points.  St. Paul, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal,  St. Louis, Kansas City, Buffalo. New York.  Greatest Variety of Bootes, Rail aid Steamers.  Leaves Mt'lson.-Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at. 0.30 o'clock, making  close connections with Transcontinental trains at Kevelstoke.  Passengers for points north aud south oE Robson^will leave ou the 9:80 train.  J. HAMILTON, H. I.. MACDOiSELL, GEO. McL. BKOWN,  Ajfont, Nelson,        Triiv. Fi'Rt. and Piifs, Agl��������� Kclcnn.   '��������� Dist, Pass. Apt .Vnnronvm-  NOTJOE,  "VrOTlCl- IS HKItEBY GIVKN" Unit appli-  _i^ cation will be miido to tlio Legislative'  Assembly of the Province of liriti.li Columbia,  al its next session, for 11. Hill extending the time  I'or tlie commencement and completion of the  works contemplated by the Kootenay I'ower  Company's Construction Act; and confirming-  and rutifyirig-to the petitioners the powers of  the comi'tiiy and authorizing the company and  the petitioner, to construct and operate tramways for freight and passenger tratllc from  Nelson. 15. C, to any point or points within a  radius of -25 miles thereof, and lo take and use  from the Kootenay riverain the vicinity of the  Kails of the said river! water and power for  BeiierntiiiK ele.lri.ily. with Ihe right, to.erect  and make all iirci'ssary hiiilditiKs, posts, flumes,  and contrivances for-using water, power, gen-  cratinj*; ami trnnsmitliiiK electricity to any  points within tne said radius.  Dated this 'J7th day of October, A. 1). iS'.Mi. ���������_  HomvELi. & ntviNu,  Kaslo   & Slocan   Kailway  TIME OAftD NO. I.  Going Wkst. . Daily Going Kast.  .care, f .00 a. m.   Knslo . Arrive 3.50 p.m.  ti.-ba. in.   South Fork      "     It.IS p.m.  .���������    9.36������. in.   Sproule's ���������'      2.15'p.m.  !).51a, ni.   Whitewater      "      2.00 p.m  ..    JO-OS a. ni.   Bear Uko '       1.48 p.m  ..   JH?Il' ���������-������������������   MtGuiKftn .       "      1.33 p.m  <��������� " -���������--?������'������������������ "������������������   ''���������"-"���������'Cy's "      1.21 p.m  I0.39a. 111.   Junction "      1.12pm  Are.   10.50 a, m.   Sandon Leave.; 1.00 p.m  Subject to clinngo without notice.  For   rates and   in format ion   i>pp\   at the  Company's offlc.es.  ���������_S?,|.i.1Rny1������������. ]*- W- -BRYAN.  -Oil    liatlic Mannner. Superintendent.  C  OLUMBIA  &  KOOTENAY  STEAM    NAV.  CO.  ; (LIMITED  TIKE CARD No. 10  c  III    -.nVct   June] 81 ll. IfeM.  tii'i���������:i.st<:i.i: i:<n.i������:-!*i-iiuicr ������������������iVitLusii'  Leaves Arrowhead for Nakusp Robson anil  trail  Mondays,  Wednesdays and Fridays. at  1 p. 111. o  Loaves Trail for Hobson. Nakusp, Arrow  head and Canadian Pacific Itailway points  i-ast and west) Tuesdnys, Thursdays and  -aiurdnysat 4,30 11.111.  Connect ion is made at Kobson with C. & K  Ity. for Nelson and Kootenay Lake points.  voi:riii'4>ur-i'KiiL itoiiTi:  SleaiiU'i* ������������������l.yHiui."  Leaves   Trail    for   Nortliport Daily except  iiulays at S a. 111., returning   to Trail same  au  evening,  Conneets at Northport with S.  F. & N  Uy  for Spokane  \r:i.-<-.viusi_������> i'oiit:.-'*sir Kiihiuiri*/-  Leaves   Xelson for Kaslo L'nily cxtipl feuii  days at 4:10 p.m.  Leaves ivaslo for Nelson Daily  except Sun  daysatU:yoa.m. ' .  The rijflit is reserved to change this schedule  at any tunc without notice.  For.tickets, ra...-', etc., apply at Company's  ollice. Nelson.  '_. ALLAN, .  Secretary.  J. W. TKCLT,  Manager  Natation Co,  NORTHERN  IN     PACIFIC RY.  RUNS-  STR  CITY "OF  Ainsworth  !    Leaves  Kaslo nn Monday. Wednesday and Ft iday-at tt.lXi a. id.  Leaves Nelson .on Tuesday, Thursday and .Satinday at 'J:00 a. in.  447-7-11-(>  .. Solicitors i'or the Applicants.  The right is reserved to change this  schedule at any time.without notice.  401  THE SHORTEST  TitAkONTlNENTAL     ROUTE.  It is flic Most Mixlrrii in Kijuliiiuciit.  It is the Heaviest Sailed Line.  ���������( has a Ito.k-ICallnst Kondbt-il.  11 Crosses Xo Sand Wessons.  It is  llie Only Line   ltuiiniiiK   I/ii.viirlo-is  ('lull  JCiMMii Cars.  It is Notedl'or tlie <'o������rt.sj* of its Employes.  It is Hie tinly Line Serving .Veals  im the  a lit Carte  I*I;in.  Spokane  Fails &  Northern R'y.  Nelson  A  Fort  Sheppard R'y.  All Ml lo Spta, ffasL  ONLY ROUTE TO TliAlI/CREEK AND'  Mineral District of lhe Colville ReswvalioD  ^Nelson, Kaslo. Koolenay Lake _ Slocan Poinls.  THROUGH    THE  GRANDEST *" SCENERY  IS AMERICA BY DAYLIGHT.  Attractive Tours dining Season of  Navigation on Great Lakes via Duluth in  connection with ^Magnificent Passenger  Steamers Northwest and Northland.  For maps, tickets and complete information  coll on or address Agents, K. & S. liy., C. & IC  S. Xav. Co.. X. & F. si. Ry., or  _. _. !>I__O.V, f-en era 1 ..gent.  Spokane, lVasli.  F. I. WIUT-E1', G. P. ������- T. A.,  351 St, Pft-U xinar  I  I Daily (Except Sunday) Between Spokane  I    and Nelson. . - "  Leave 9-CO a.m. NELSON Arrive 5-20 p.m.  "    7.00 a m. SPOKANE   *'    7.00 p-m.  TTtllmaii SlYeYeYpirIYg~~Cars  '  Elegant Dining Cars  Tourist Sleeping Cars,  TO  /ST. IVM'I.  MnKtUI-OM!'  IMIEIiTII  1-MltfiO  4'U.tMf.    rOKIi������  < lt4M������K*T������.\  "���������VIVXII'-Kt;  I l_l.l_.Vl mid  k un rr.  THKQUGH   TICKETS  -T(J-  (IIHA-ll  WAMIIM'TON  riiii,..i>t.i.riiM  >>;*������' V������KK  IKiSTOX and all  Points Kast,  West mid Sou Hi.  *.  For information, time cards, maps and tn'.e's ������������������  call on or write i>  F. D. GIBBS.  ��������� Genet al Agent, Spokane, H'u.di  or  A. D. CHARLTON  Astt. Cent. Pass. Agent Portland, O-.-yi.  S, S. Alberta  Passengers for Tr_il Creek mines con  neclaf N'ntliport witb Singe and Steamer  Daily ** .      ���������  CU-������d    c< nncctions    at  XeJsou   with  Sleain.rs for  Kaslo  and all   Kootenay  i Lake points.  1    Passeu gers for Kettle Eiver'aud *Bonc.rt-  I ary Creek, connect at Marcus with Stage  Daily.  LEAVE KASLO for Ainsworth, Pilot Pay and  Nel-on <lailv (Sundays excepted* nt 7 a. in.  , LKAVK NELSON for  Pilot liiy. Air-worlli  !       and  Ka=lo daily   (Sun-ays excepted)   nt  3.30 p.m.  Close connection wthus made between T_nl<o  points, arid nil outgoing and incoming trains of  the C. P. It. ?.t Nel-on.  The steamer is newly equipped in e-rry par  ticular. is lit throu^liont by electric-ity. :.*.il  contains bathroom and all modern coi \ e.-.'ences  for the comfort of passengers.  The a'., jvc schedule-is in effect l.-t rf April  1895 subject to change.  JAS. WAUGH GEO. F. HAY**A\\rtT>  PnrRDr.      S4 Jla-te?  "\

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