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The Miner Dec 5, 1896

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 THE MIUES IN KOOTENAY ARE  AMONG THE RICHEST IN  AMERICA  /  i  /  THE OJiES ARE HIGH-GRADE IN  GOLD, SILVER, COPPER  ���������AND LEAD.  Whole Numiiek 328.  Nelson,  British Columbia,  Saturday,  December 5, 1896.  Price Five Cents  METAL QUOTATIONS.  NKW YOltK.  Nov.-     .7      2.      30 Dee 1        2        3  -ILV..;ii..(5*....C-J...-; tai... _-]...������_'  (Har)  Lkai>....2.75...2.7o..2.75..2.75..2.75..-2.75  PRODUCE OF THE MINES.  RETURN*. FOB 1U96 UP TO DATE.  OltE TREATED IN KOOTENAY.  At Nelson     .27,1159  At Pilot Bay 19,119  At Trail"    18,-03*-   ._5,C81 J  OKE EXPORTED.  From Slocan via Kaslo  !l,19t>l  Slocan via Nakusp  7,8701  Ainsworth    i*-!.  Trail Creek iKold ore)  (i,-_5  Kossland via Nortliport      11 24,08.)  Tons.".  89J1MJ  * In addition 505 tons of imported ore have  been treated at Trail.  rit.DUCE OK SMEI/l-'US.  Nelson (Hall Mines) Matte   Pilot. Bay, silver lead bullion   Trail Smelter Matte      ORE SHIPMENTS.  Kelurn* Siuce "Un������t Week.  VIA kaslo.  Washington to Everett   Ruth to Everett   ���������    Whitewater lo Everett   Wellington to Everett   Surprise to Everett   Last Chance to Everett   Ramblor to Kverett   Antoine to Tacoma   TONS  ....21311  ....1012'  ....305.}  U190.  VIA  NAKUSI*.  Slooan Star to Omaha.. :.\   Idaho to Everolt   Hunter & McKinnon to Kverett....  Iti.o to Kverett   33  45  30  15  IS  lti  16  13  "im"  200  tiO  121  100  VIA NKLSON".  No I (Ainsworth) to Kverett   MATTE AND BULLION.  1 (Shipped.)  From Nelson Smelter (Matte)  Trail Smelter |Matte]   372'  15  80  I1U  SMELTER   RETURNS-  ,    HALL  MINKS. [Nelson)  for  week  ending  27 Nov.; treated 850 tons of ore.  CUSTOM   RETURNS.  Summary statement ot goods imported  aud exported and the revenue collected  at the port of Nelson, B.C. daring November, 1896.     .'   " '  IMl'Olil'-.  Dtitiitblo:   Free   .8 00,252 00  .    43,817 00  Total Imports  $134,00!) 00  KKVI-.N'UK.  Duly Collected $25,422 93  Other Revenues  12 95  Total Revenue. *?25.l.t5 88  KXI'OltT..  The Mine, Ore 581* tons..3   55,204 00  .Copper Matte -.    102,325 0.1  Total Mine  ������157,520 00  Animals and tlieir Products  32 00  Manufactures..'        1024 00  Total Exports... .' 3158,585 00  GKO. JOHNSTONK,  Collector of Customs.  MINING TRANSFERS.  Where no consideration is named in transfers  1 the nominal sum of $1 is to be understood.)  J      '~~ r~"       Xt-l-Min.      ". "*"   '  Nov 28���������  Go'deudale���������Toad "Mountaiu Miuing  Co to O Bordenu.    .  Young Dominion, Wavcrly���������S B Bunker to A Bunker,  Young Dominion���������A Bunker-to O Bor-  dean. '      '  Nov 30- ..  Rosebnnk���������J Pentcy of J Dallas, y.  Blakie, Lookout, Iverness 1-3, H G N  i, Birds Eye %���������John McRae to J A Mc-  iiae.-SoOO.   , "  Dec 1-  ���������    Iron C'i"���������0 Dolau   as heir of J Dolan  to L D Crowe, 1-3. $200.  Iron Cliff���������J F Reddy to L D Crowe,  1-G. SJ00.  Grand Duke, Ida \\, Nellie B, American Eagle, Iron Cap���������James A Jones to  A Daly, 1 ().  . Liverpool, London, Manchester, Belfast. Silver Chief, Shields, Calgary���������P J  Shields to li V Todd, y in first three aud  1-!1 in last three.  Comatte���������A S Grey to C Sherbart, %.  ' . La Plata���������S G Willey to C SheiDart.  -  Kevenue, New AV'omau, Lillian Ray���������  John Egnii to J M Miller and M F Ches-  * unt,-nll of first two and y of last.  Dec 2��������� .- -   .  "���������   .  Canadian Queen���������"W T Mitchell to HA  Cousins. l-(i.  TV II���������J* II Nolau  to E H Hughes.  " 2-5.   - a * -*���������  T V H���������E H Hughes to H Selous, 3-10  Sherwood, Florence, Rover, Frank���������E  H Hughes to H Selous, 1-12, .350.  Kootenay Pass, Berne, Highland Chief  Swiss���������M Heckmaun aud  \V   H Crawford, constituting Chas Faas, attorney,  .Same claims���������C Faas, H Stege, II Clever, W II Crawford and-M Heckmaun to  A   Dick and A  15/ Mackenzie, bond for  ������60,000���������8600 down, ������10,000 on July 15,  1897 and $49,400 in one year. ���������  Yellow Jacket���������H Poirier to J Bruuetto  Comet���������J Mowat to J Crauley, y..  Goldendale���������O Bordeau, cet tiHcate of  improvement.  DecS-  Van Ness���������J "W Howard, notice of 1-2  interest and claims that   a   bill of. sale  issued to J F Walker is null and void as  no consideration passed.  Rover, Gussie, Plata, York, Queen of  Quartz���������II H. Bindon to T W Coleman  and M B Heath, 1-0, S75.  Canada, McDermid, MandM���������J Hamp-  tou-toWCanteIon.I-4.   .  Canada, McDermid, M and M���������W Dxe-  ver to A E Mc.Morran, 1-4. .  Single Thought, Domingo���������J B B?xtcr  to P AepenWfilTand T B Garrison, 1 2.  THE HALL MINES.  NEWS FROM THK CAMPS.  to lie. l.litfifeil Willi Elt.rlri.'ly.���������Xt'iirlnjf a  Lsli-Ci: Body el' l.lt.li Or������.  The Hall Mines tire to be lighted by j  electricity and llie plant for that pur-  p.BO is uow on the ground. The engine  and dynamo have arrived and as room  was mad-* for thom some days ago the  work of putting them iu placo will bs  begun at once. All portions of the miue  and the outer works are to be wired aud  candles a d lamps will be entirely displaced. It will bft th? only mine iu the  country lighted by electricity nnd the  plant will be in operation before tbe expiration of many days.  'There is at present three feet of snow  on the summit of Toad Mountain.  The new bunk house h'.s beeu completed and will be ready for occupancy  before Christmas. It is ' a liue frame  buildiug 125 feet frontage and GO feet in  depth nnd will accommodate 225 men.  The lower tunuel of the mine is with  in ii few feet of the body of ore recently  located by a diamond ��������� drill und ficm  drill showings it is expected that this ore  body will be one of the largest nnd rich-'  est yet found. The lower tunnel is being dii veil to intersect the maiu shaft  and is now in about 120 feet. It is expected that the connection with the  main shaft will be made by the new  year nnd this work will greatly facilitate  the handling of the ore nnd have a tend-  eucy to hi'gely increase the output. It  will connect directly with the ore bin on  the tramway and obviate the necessity of  hoisting the ore up thc main shaft. At  present there are over 200 men employed  in thc miue.  Everything is working smoothly at the  smelter and the rooster and tvverb-iatory  furnaces are nearly ready for use. During the past week tbe shiptneutsof matte  have bc.n improving.  BRIEf PARAGRAPHS RELATING TO  .   PROSPECTS AND MINES.  THE TITLE  TO  SANDON.  A Humor that a Suit of Injunction  Will be Filed.  It is rumored that the orginal townsite  title to the towu of Snndon is to be challenged and au injunction asked for to  restrain any further payments on pending contracts or sales. It is reported  lhat the K & S. railroad will tile the  action in Victoria at au early date, and  the grounds for the application will be  that the land iu controversy is within,  that belt of country granted ns a subsidy  to the railroad by the government. During the past year the townsite has been  well settled and a great many transfers  have taken place, lt is a matter in "which  nearly every resident of Sandou is directly  interested.  Sew IVnvei* anil I.lxhl _������ni|>iiiiy.  Notice of application has beeu published through MeHiillips, Wooton &  Barnard for a company to take water  from the Kooteuay river, above St. Agnes  Falls to obtain 2,<X)3 horse power. Also  to take water from Kooteuay river where  the C. & K. railway crosses to obtain  2,000 horse power; also from Murphy  creek to obtaiu 3,000 horse power for the  purpose of supplying power, light and  heat in the West Division of Kootenay  and Yale districts.      . _  Notice has been published through  Frank Higgins solicitor' for applicants  that application will be made tothe next  Legislative assembly for tbe incorporation  of the West Kooteuay Power and Light  Company, Ld., and to use water from  Sheep-Creek-for-lhe-purpose-ofiSupply--  ing power, light and heat within an. area  (.f 5<> miles of Rosslaud. ��������� Also for the  incorporation of the Kootenay Power  aud Light Company, Ld. . To appropriate water from Kootenay aud Columbia  Rivers for the purpose of- supplying  power light and heat aud to operate  tramway aud telephone systems in the  East aud West Divisions of Kootenay  District.  ;  "AN INVESTIGATION ASKED.  Mr*. Ktxlrri.k Maul* Mure llclullx About  Her IliishantlS Ileal li.  .Seattle dispatches state tbat the.Caun-  dian government will be called upou to  make a thorough investigation into the  deathof Matthew Roderick. The attorneys of the widow of Roderick have forwarded ��������� papers to this government.  According to lhe story of the wife who  thinks her husband was shot down without excuse, Roderick was unjustly accused ''of the robberyof the gold bullion of  the Cariboo company. Tlie death of his  child called Roderick home in haste.  WAR EAGLE NOT SOLD.  Mr. Cliirl*  Sit}'** That  a Smeller   Will  lie  r.    "* Kuilt.  Messrs. Patrick Clark and W. J. C.  Wakefield have returned from London  and the famous War Eagle mine has not  been sold. Mr. Clark states: "There has  been no call bond on the War Eagle for  the last GO days, nor- will there be in  future that I am aware of. The War  Eagle company will operate the mine  and [no one else."  Mr. Clark says that it is the intention  of the company to erect a smelter in the  coming spring but said that he did not  yet know where it would be located.  The speaker, said that his trip to England was of a private nature and did not  concern the public.  Deal It of au old Iiilialiilaiif.  J. S. - Clute, sr., father of Custom Inspector Clute of New Westmiuster, died  at that city last Saturday at the grand  old age of 95 years. It is believed that  up to the time of his death he was the  oldest white inhabitant of British Columbia. His son at present is in the Kootenay country and could not be present at  the funeral.  - I)  Wlml In llrl.lic limit* tn* AUiml lti lie Ittiue  In himI .trouml llie Treasure Vim I Is  of Hit; Kiel! Kimlriin.V.  ItaNlo.  P. L'ltuout & Go. h.tvc moved into the  McGregor block.  Work has begun tin the skating and  curling rink.  A. P. Il.inscii is goiu.' to put up a  hotel on the s.uth fork of Kt������3lo creek.  The Black Fox on Kuslo creek is uot  to be shut down, as a pump is to be put-  in to overcome the water trouble.  The citizens generally are congratulating themselves on the establishing of the  Bank.of B.C. here.  -  Thc Masons here have let a contract  for a uew and commodious hall which  will bs done by enlarging Green "Bros  store.  The canny Scots and their friends  celebrated St Andrew's day with a diuner  and dance which was attended by about  sixty couples. Toasts, speeches nnd  musical selection-' made the evening  pass quickly.  -lOCIIU.  A lynx weighing75 pounds was trapped  on Lemon creek n few days ago.  A saw mill is to be erected at Slocan  City inside of four months.  A~ K of P. lodge is to bs organized in  New Denver at an early date,  Thirty-seven liquor lioenses are iu  operation in the Slocan Miuing Division.  The sleigh road between New Dj ver  and Silverton is fiui.hed.  A movement is oir foot to build a.  skating rink between Brandon and Slocan  City.  The miners of Silverton ejected without ceremony the first Chinaman who  came there.  A lumber fan*tue is reported in the  Slocau lake towns as the two mills are'  practically disabled.  Wo;k has c.ased for the winter on the  High Ore, Twelve Mile creek, 83 feet of  tunnel having-been driven.  . A. N. Shaw hns purchased the Scorpion at the head ot Robertson-creek, for  826,0.0. Assays show 815 in gold and 85  ounces in silver.  ��������� The men on the Thompson are working.  tinder-daily pay,-contract- work having  ceased. Seme shipments will be made  during the.-winter.  The Neepawa shipped ten tons of ore  carrying 300 ounces of silver to the ton  aud ten tous carrying 100 euuc'es, to the  Tacoma smelter last week.  Iu the fraction adjoining the Dolly  Varden. ore assays over ij.300 in gold.  The; Dolly is situated on Carpenter  creek and a long tunnel is being driven  iu her._,    '     o r  The Skylark nud Ranger have been  bonded for ,$10,000 to A. Dick, 5 per.cent  dowu, the balance iu J une and November  1897. They are located at the head of  Lemon and Dayton creeks and assays  show 175 ounces in silver and ������40 iu  gold. ,  Kii^lnml.  The Iron Colt is making a fine showing.  Eigh-~men~a"re��������� workin"g"on"the~Id_"oir  Lookout mountain.  -  The Harrisburg ou Deer Park mountain has been sold to Spokaue parlies.  Eight men are -working ou the Giant,  and will drive a tunnel.  Work has commenced agaiu on the  Deadwood.  A"good vein of free milling quartz has  beeu opeued on the Golden Drip. Iu less  than 00 days they will be milling ore.  G. Desbarets, Dominion Engineer/has  iuspected the Red Mountain railway aud  reports favorably upon in every respect,  F. Peters, C P R general passenger and  freight agent, with his-assistant H. E.  Macdonell is in Rossiand lookiug after  the interest ot his company.  Everyone here is complaining of the  inefficient mail service. It frequently  takes two days .for a letter from Nelson  tt) reach here.  The ten stamp, mill at tho O.'K. treats  25- tons in 24 hours, two and a half tous  per stamp. The O. K, is iu.very satisfactory condition and it dividend is looked  for about January.  The title of the Butte is now clear, tho  controversy between the owners of it and  the Brook haviug beeu settled aud the  Butte recognizing the Brook mineral  claim.  . The Rambler, Cariboo, Tiger and Best  are proving veritable silver-lead bonanzas. The Rambler-Cariboo-has paid for  development work and has 8600,000 in  sight.  A plant for - the reduction of sulphide  ores by a new process is to be erected  here in February. It is claimed Trail  Creek ores can be reduced for $1 per ton  net cost.  The Le Roi did not pay any dividend  last month but will make two this month  of 5 cents a share which will bring the  total up to ������275,000 in dividends paid.  A wooden chute is to be constructed  from the Le Roi tunnel down to the  track of the Columbia and Red Mountain  railroad.  There was a heavy snow on Wednesday  night, over twelve inches Tailing and it  gave the Columbia k Western toad a  little extra work to briug the train up  from Trail on Thursday. However, under the energetic supervision of Superintendent Gututius it arrived after about  four hours hard struggling but the return  tiip was made safely iu the usual time.  The new cars so much wanted, have at  l::st appearcd'at Trail and will be running in a day or two.  The Le Roi pool has been broken, Col.  Peyton is again a director and the hatchet  has been buried, for the present nt least,  and harmony will  prevail.  Seven sixty-fourths ot tho Wolverine  aud Southern Cross stock has been sold  to Wm. Heunessy of Noble Five fame for  S7000 (fash. The property adjoins the  Crown Point,,  A syndicate has just put chased the  Spotted Tail, the Ida and Ida Fraction  for 840,000. The Sultana was also purchased by the same syndicate for810,000.  All the claims are crown granted and  j development work will be commenced on  all, at once..  A STRONG CANADIAN 00M1ANY.  .-.ciirliix VnliiHliie Mluernl rropc-lier* all  -    Over the Country.  The Atlantic Pacific Exploration  Syndicate is the name of n new company  incorporated under the Act of 1862 in  Biitish Columbia. This is a strong  Canadian syndicate which has been for  some mouths securing mining properties  in the best districts iu Canada-  Members of the Syndicate have bonded  or. purchased between forty and fifty  mineral claims some of thein developed  sufficiently to make their future as paying miues a certainty. A number of  claims are iu the Rat Portage and Rainy  river, districts of Ontario, and are free  milling propositions going very high in  gold,  The Rossland, Nelson & Salmon River  gold properties in West Kootenay distriot, British Columbia have also . been  thoroughly studied and a large* number  of claims arranged for. In this district  the veins are large and with treatmeat  aud transportation low, large profits are  a ceitainty. The Slocan silver mines  have also had attention but up to the  present no properties havo beenuoquired,  pending the imports of their engineers.  The members of the Syndicate are all  cither stro g business or mining meu,  and with their own capital aie thowing  their conlidence in their judgment. They  are, however, employing miniug engineers  of the highest ability, aud meu thoroughly acquainted with the various districts  in which their * operations are being  carried on, to assist them.  READING ROOM.  It Will ������|ien  lit  the   1-iiMif  on  _|������iii|'iy  Next.  As noted in our last issue, a room in  Mr. Tom Ward's new block, west of the  Hudson Bay store, has been secured for  the new reading room. We are now able  to*'state*t������iat tt*win*ne open_to. th* __om-_  bets ou aud after Monday next, the hour's  being from 4:30 p. m. to 10 p. m. on weekdays; from 1 p. m. to 0 p. m. on Sundays,  and from 1 p. m. to 10 p. m. on Christmas  aud New Year's days. The latest daily  and semi-weekly papers from Victoria,  Vancouver, Spokane and Winnipeg, together with a. good supply of periodicals,  including the G raphic, Illustrated London  News, Army and Navy, .Cosmopolitan,  McClure, Strand,.Harper, Munsey, Scientific American, Puck aud Judge will be  on the tables from the start, while Toronto, Montreal and other papers have  been ordered and will arrive in due course.  The --Miner" aud ���������'Tribune" of Nelsou,  and the "Rosslauder" of Rosslaud have  kindly promised free copies, which will  also be found in the reading room. All  members who have not already doue so  are requested to pay their monthly subscriptions, which are due iu advauce, to  the Secretary or to* any member of the  Board of Management .which consists of  the following: Chairman, Rev" HTS.  Akehurst; Vice-Chairman, Dr. Geo. A.  B. Hall; Sec-Treas. Mr. J. R. Green; Rev:  A. McVicar, ahd Messrs. Swannell,  O'Reilly, R. M. Macdonald, C. D. Christie,  and W. Shaw.  AN IRON FOUNDRY.  A   ���������oiii|iiuiy   LooklnjE for   a loeiitlou. In  Xt'It-ID.  ������ The Kootenay Iron Works is looking  for a location-in Nelson on tho shore of  the lake iu the neighborhood of the C. &  K. road and as soon as one is found the  construction ol a large iron foundry will  be commenced. The members of the  compauy are A. R. Barrow, George W.  Richardson aud George A. Bigelow. The  latter in conversation with a Minei*  representative stated that the necessary  machinery had already beeu secured and  the work of construction would commence  as soon as. the site ' had been secured.  The compauy he said would be prepared  to do all kind of casting and repairing  work. - -  - v c  From (.olumf'iii <<������ Hie C'o;i������l.  Dr. Carroll, one of the most active members of the Vancouver, Victoria & Eastern  Railway & Navigation Company, says the  preliminary surveys, plans and estimates  are now ready   to be submitted  to the  authorities.   He states, in au   interview  iu the Vancouver World, that his company has the advantage over all .others,  in that it was the first aud only applicant  up  to tliat time for a standard guage  road.from  the coast   to the Columbia  river through the southern miuetal belt.  It has also gaiued a year over all rivals  by haviug all data etc. ready to lay before  the Government aud is prepared to  be-  i gin  the construction   at many or tiny  I points to get the roiid completed iu  the  j shortest time.   Dr. Carroll fully expects  ! to get the uecessary legislation.  FIRE HYDRANT TAPPED.  THE SKATING SINK PROPRIETORS  PROSECUTED BY THE FIRE  ���������AUTHORITIES.  Action   was   IIvm-iI   l>>   Jailxe   Fil-tluhbs  Who OlHUiltwed it with Some Ail vice  on I lie Sii-Jeet���������4'nuse uf the  -  Trouble.   -  On Saturday last, Mr. George Bigelow  as a member of the Nelson tire department swore out a complaint against  Messrs." Harry and Charles Donogli  charging them with unlawfully and  feloniously opening aud tampering with  a fire hydrant on Vernon street, an  offense for which the statutes provide a  fine of $25.  It appears that the defendants on Friday last desired to flood the skating rink  they are constructing and asked Mr.  Sansom, agent for the Nelson Water  company if they could use water for that  purpose. He gave the"required permission and one of the defendants then went  to Mr. J. Malone, foremnu of the fire  department and asked for the loan of  some hose. The latter gave him fifty  feet of it and although he understood  what it was to be used for, he made no  objection, ns he considered Mr. Sansom  had full authority in the matter.  The caso was heard before Judge Fitzstubbs last' Tuesday and was dismissed,  the court holding that the defendants  had not shown any willful intent to  violate the law. It had beeu shown by  the testimony that the fire hydrants were  the property of the Nelson fire department and consequently wholly under  their control. In future, permission to  use them would have to be obtained from  the foreman ot the fire department.  CRAWFORD.0RE6K MINES. "  -nine I'l ne Slmwlnxs Uatle In tliut IMtlrlrt  ���������    - This ������t*:ir.  Mr. A. W. Crittendeu of Crawford  Creek, one of the owue's of the Monte  Carlo and the' California, was in town  last Thursday. Ho says that they will  probably sell or stock the claims before  next spring. Work on them has beeu  stopped for the winter. On the Monte  Carlo a 100 foot tunnel has been run  since July .to tap the vein at a depth of  150 feet and on the California, a 25 foot  tunnel lias been run. The smelter returns of the two mines show 241 ounces in  silver, 46 per cent, lead aud 6 per cent,  copper. Five tons are now at the Kaslo  sampling works. The ore is clear gray  copper.������������������-������������������ ��������� ������������������<   T. J. Proctor's claims, the Republican  Group, under bond to the Loudon and  British Columbia Gold Fields, has had  about 82,000 worth of work dune on  them aud 85,000 more will be spent under '.he bond. A wagon road is to be  built and ten men will-work most ot the  .vinter. . Mr. Crittenden thinks the group  one of the best concentrating properties  in th*>. country.  The extensions of Mr. Proctor's claim,,  the Frankfort and the Nelsou have been  sold by A. W. Crittenden to the London  and British Columbia Gold* Fields for  82,000 cash. They are undeveloped prospects and show gray copper  and galena.  The Long property, belonging to  Messrs. Robalaird, Matthews and McLaren, nt the head of Crawford creek,  near Rose's pass shows a seven foot ledge  of solid galena ore and the quartz showing can be traced the entire length ot the  claim. A tunnel of 50 feet has been inn  butwork-has-now-closed-dowu-for-tho  winter. Assays average 75 ounces in  silver; 70.per cent lead; 5 to 10 per cent  in copper- and Borne gold.  , The Hidden Secret has been worked  all the summer by six meu and a 50 or 60  foot tunnel driven to crosscut the ledge  which shows two feet. Fivo or six tons  have" been shipped and work litis now  closed down for the winter.' Assays show  116 ounces in silver, 2 ounces iu gold, "20  per cent lead aud 4 to 5 per cent in" copper.  ���������> Good finds have been made in Crawford creek district - this fall, George  Matthews locating a .'ledge over the  divide on St. Mary's slope that runs 4G()  ounces in silver. There is lots of good  ground to prospect yet but money is ic-  quired to develop the mines there. The  formation is lime and shale.  The Fort Steele trail which runs to  Crawford and Pilot Bays is lapped by the  trail from Mw, California, a fact not generally known.  LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF;  I'll-lt.ll    NOTI-KS.  j HiK-ft* Ocean _t-itt-������. .  ,  j    Ou December 1, the agreement eutered I.  I icto in  October in London by all -trans -���������;  ! Atlantic steamship companies wen tin to  j effect a.d as a consequence rates have'  j been advanced from $1<> to 815.  j Uietl.  i    Died at Kamloops, B. C, Dec.'.',, 18.0, ���������  j C. S. Bailey, of Bailey Bros., Vancouver  i and brother ot Mrs. A, G. Shaw of Nelson.:  S.nj>a._ 6th" December, 18S0.  .. c_  Cii.U-ir. of Exolaxj.. Matins 11 a.m.  Even ��������� Song, 7.30 p. -in. Uoly������ Communion at", p m.  - Pkesjiy-Erian Ch-U-II. Servicer at  11 a. in."and 7.30 p. in. Sunday School  at 2.30. " 1'iayer meeliii". Thursday evening'at 8 p.m. Christian Endeavor Society  meets every Monday evening at S o'clock.  Roman Catholic Cjicucii. Mass at  Nelson on' first and last Sundays in the  month. Sandon second Suuday aud  Kaslo third Sunday.  'Methodist Ci.aitcii. Corner Silica  and Josephine ..tieets. Services at It  a. m. aud 7.30 p*. m. Sabbath School 2.30  p.m. Prayer meeting'on Friday evening at S'o'clock. Epworlh League C.E.  Tuesday at 8 p.m.  Fitrtifjilis  KMiuliliiill.  Iii order to provide a reliable alternative route in case of tlie Suez canal being closed by hostilities with any European forces, steps are being taken to  make Esquimau one of the stronge.it  points in the - Empire. A battleship  similar to the "Terrible" a iirst cla~s  cruiser of 14,2C0 tous will come to Ks-  qm'mait, aud when the changes are completed 0.1'.- more men will be added to  the station. How many vessels will be  sent is not known but a firstclass modern  fleet .will be ready for action.  F. E. Ward nn ore buyer from Trail  was in town last Wednesday.  There were twelve new locations recorded during the past week,  Mr. C. P. Wolley left Rossland for Victoria on Friday,  Mr. W. A. Jowett left Rossland for  Spokane on Thursday.  F. W. Peters, freight agent for the C.  P. R. went to Rossland last Thursday.  The books iu the offioe of the recorder  of Nelsou district show n total of 3624  locations up to date.  Mr, Joseph Tnsse of tbe cigar manufacturing firm of Tass_,<fc Co of Montreal  js in town.'  The regular meetiug of the Ladies Hospital Aid will be held Monday December  7, 1890, at 3 p. m. in the church of England. , p ,;  Mrs. H. Chapman who has been visiting  Mrs. Hodson in this town left for Trail  on Monday, where .he will be the guest  of Mrs.   Short.  Weather calculations for the balance  of the mouth have been rudely upset by  the action of the elements during tbe  past two weeks.  S. K. Green of Spokane, who is largely  interested in the .Mollie Gibson on  Kokanee creek is in .town.  Professors Lawlor and Healop will  give a grand masquerade ball on New  Year's eve. A prize will be given for the  best sustained character. '  T. J. Proctor of Balfour was a visitor  to Nelson this week. He is largely interested in Crawford creek properties which  have  shown  up  remarkably   well  this  year.  The city tank of the Standard Oil Co.  is on its way to Nelson nnd it is expected  to arrive in about a week. It is 30 feet  in length and 10 feet wide and will be  established at tbe west end of the Nelson  & Fort Sheppard railway station, the  stone foundation having already been  completed. The Standard .Oil Co. will  also handle oils of all descriptions for lubricating, painting, etc. West& Emmer-  son have been appointed agents for the  companv in this town. -  Mr. A. B. MncKenzie of Itossland  passed torough Nelson on Wednesday on  his return to Rosslaud from a trip to  New Denver, Slocau City, etfi. Mr. MncKenzie and Mr. Aiex Dick of Halifax. N.  S. together purchased the Camille and  Comal claims. "These nre high grade  properties situated in the Skylark and  Chapleau Group ou the North Fork of  Lemon creek. Mr. MacKenzie also  bonded the well known Alpine Group for  $.0,000 aud the Ocean Group for 850,000.  Work on these groups will commence as  ���������_oon.ns__a_ii.!_lejn_the spriiig.   The Slicrl-T Mining Company.  W. W. Witherspoon returned last  week' from Cedar Creek where he  has been lookiug after thc interests of  the Sheriff Mining Company. He states  that a shaft has been sunk a distance of  12 feet on the surface and thnt a tunnel  to crosscut the vein has been driven 'a  distance of 65 feet but that the ore body  has not yet- been stt nek. On the surface  ot the ledge is found cube gale'na which  in that camp indicates the best minerals.  The mine is owned by Mr. Witherspoou,  W. A. Ritchie of Spokane who is agent  for the company, aud by several Ohio  men.' -Mr. Witherspoou left tor Spokaue  where he resides.  .   Hiilt-itli' of MiirriiM' Wnlfc.  : On Friday of last-week Marcus Wolfe  of Nanaimo committed suicide'by shooting himself. The renl cause cannot be  "ascertained "until" a'thorough^investiga^"'"  tion is had. although business reverses  are said to be the cause. Mr..Wolfe was  a prominent and advanced member ot =  the Masouic order, being past grand  master of the Grand Lodge of Cauada,  F. .fe A. M.  Two MoreMiilr*'.  J. .1. Hand is in Spokaue drawing up  the papers for the transfer of the Hand  Fraction and Vanderbilt claims of Rossland, which are to go to an English  syndicate for ii.17,-00. The.mines have a  quantity ot ore on the dump that will  average 804 to the ton. -    , '  .loruir.*, N������".v I'liiirr.  . The Slocan,City News made its initial  appearance on November 21 and is a  bright, breezy paper, well edited and  .bristling with the news ol tho day. It  looks as though D. R. Young, tho publisher, is going' to muke the venture a  successful one.  Siiit-ltiT r������r Mixtnliilitl.  R. R. Headley is making enquiries in  regard to the establishment of a large  smelter in the vicinity of Rojelrind, Ho  visited the different mines taking ore for  analysis, stating he could treat successfully in an ordinary bltist furnace ores  containing 810 in gold and copper.  T������ litvmle Aula Minor.  Dispatches state that Russia is mobilizing the Caucasus army, intending to  invade Asia Minor on "the pretext that  the alarming number of brigands makes  occupation of the country' a necessity.    i.  THE WEATHER.  THEIIMOMETEK.  Nov. '.'.-Max 9*"   Min .  -    30-        17 =  Dec.    1-         27 =  ���������-'-         .������������������.���������-  :������������������       :a-  4-         39"        .     .  Al-   1.5 =  >_������.������-  .......26 =   31 =  ..3:' =,  Tliese remlinj,'-5 n-ru taken at 9 a. in. and con-,,  --ijueiilly r-p._s-.-iit th. highest and lowest,  temperature during the preceding 21 hours.  riarer Claim*. Lalil Over.  All placer' claims legally held in the  .South Riding of West Kootenay and iu  Trail Creek Miuing L*>ivisiou are laid over  until June ljt, 1S.7. Iu the Revelstoke  Diviiion of West Kootenay from November loth, 1897, to Jnne 1st, 1897. THE MINER, NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY/DECEMBER 5, 1896.  Wxt Jtttner.  THE MINER is printed on Saturdays and  ���������mill be mailed t any address in Canada or  the Uni'ed States 'or one year on receipt of  two dollars.    Single copies live cents.  CONTRACT ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rait ofS3 per column inch,per  month,  TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rale 0/ 15 cents per nonpareil  tine first insertion, and 10 cents per lint for  iach ��������� nlisequent 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 first-rate style at  the shortest notice  Adoris*  rHiMiNBR Printing <_fu_lishin_Co  NELSON.    B.C.  AMES HOLDEN CO.  Make First Class  Boots       *  *  and  Shoes  For ftiners & Prospectors  (418)  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5,189.  The Rossland Miner made its first  appearance last Tuesday as a four page  daily newspaper.  Kaslo has uow a chartered bank and  has let the contract for lighting the city  by. electricity. Surely they should be  congratulated upon their progress.  Seattle papers are making a great  noise about a fierce cougar found on the  State University campus. The chances  are that the professors of the college  possess more terror for the average student than a lonely cougar wandering  through the grounds.  The Manitoba papers assert that a  knighthood is among the possibilltes of  the New Year for Mr. Laurier, he having  promised to accept the honor ou tlie  advice of Sir Oliver Mowat, the advice  beiug in line with his personal inclinations.   He expects to go to England to  receive  bauds.  the honor from   Her Majesty's  Arise Sir Wilfred Laurier.  Iu on interview with a Victoria Times  reporter Hon. Mr. Tarte expressed.himself as thinking the basis on which the  .Manitoba school question-- was settled.  would surely improve the .audition of  the Roman Catholics which in his opinion is a very critical one. He avows  that it would-be a national crime almost  to allow more schools to close their doors  than the 51 which have alreaiy done so.  D. Carrol of Vancouver, one of the  chief promoters of the Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern Railway and Navigation Co.", states that the company proposes to lay a matured financial proposal  before .the Dominion and Provincial,  autliof ities- f _Ftlie"bui ldiugo f!~aTai Iroad"  from that point' to the Columbia River.  He is very sanguine of success and it is  to be hoped that he will meet with no  disappointment. _ -   -  This week Hons. L H. Davies, Minister: of Marines and- Fisheries and G.  Blair- Minister'.* Railways aud Canals,  are in Vancouver where they have been  entertained with banquets and public addresses. Their visit means much for the  prosperity of British Columbia as it is expected that they .will materially aid in tbe  recognition of this country at the hands  of the Federal government. These gentlemen will visit the Kooteuay., district  within a very short time and will carefully inquire into its wants and requirements.  it has incorporated but a private corporation would find it a paying investment.  The merchants and householders of this  towu have paid in advanced insurance  premiums, sufficient to establish three or  four such systems. If some enterprising  firm would' take the matter in hand it  would be only a short time until it' controlled nearly or all the water business.  It has been conservatively estimated that  the investment would pay a large iuterest  and provide a sinking fund thnt would  equal the investment in the period of  seven years. It seems strange that the  present water company does not seek Anderson creek as the source of supply aud  by so doing effectually shut out all possible competition. Nelsou is making  rapid pi ogress in point of wealth and  population aud the water question and  also the sewer question are daily becoming ot greater importance.  ORE SAMPLING WORKS.  J. J. Crowley, supervising special  agent of tho U. S. Treasury in his annual  report opposes tbe erection and equipment of buildings for sampling works at  places where lead bearing ores aie imported. He says that the execution of  the law would be attended with many  difficulties and involves the expenditure  of a very large sum of money. In lieu,  he suggests that ores go forward from  the port of entry under warehouse or  transportation bond to properly equipped  smelting establishments and then competent officers of the government can  ascertain the dutiable quantity of lead  contained therein.  This seems to be the simplest solution  of the question and it seems that the  same" results, equitable alike to both the  government and the importer, would be  obtained. It is plain that the establishment of separate sampling works would  cause delays and extra expense and there  seems to be no occasion for it. If Mr.  ���������"���������"���������owley's suggestions are to be followed  a change in the tariff act of 1894 will be  necessary;  GAZETTE NOTICES.  PHO.FE__lO-.-_.  ���������._KD_.  L.  R.   HARRISON,   BARRISTER,   SO-  tary Public, Slocan City. 451  /^ EO.  A. B.  HALL,   PHYSICIAN   AND  \JT   Surgeon,   Olflce C. & K. Building,, up  stairs  *Vf   L. GIUMME-T, LL. 13., BARRFSTKR,  iXL.   Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc., Sandon  ]J. C.  (131)  As  SSAYIN'O.      ROBBINS&  LANG.    AS-  savers  to   War Eaglo  and Associated  Companies, Rossland (351)  S NORMAN* & CO.. MINING AND STOCK*  ��������� Broker.-'. Hotol Spokane. Spokane, Wash.  Telephone 027. [-051  MAHON, McFAKLAM) & MAHON, LTD.,  Mining and Share Brokers, Vancouver,  KOOTENAY   LAKE  SAW MILL  Nelson   Office   and   Yard  FOOT OF HENDRYX STREET.  B. C.   Members Stock ExcliatiKi*.  ���������MO  SIBBALD AND PKASB, GENERAL  Commission and Fowai-dini*. Agents,  Wholesale Jobbers in Groceries and Provisions  Revelstoke Station. (302)  I" 10NKL C.  UAKFF, Mining Broker., the  _J   Victoria Stock Exchange of British Col  umbia, Ld. Lbty  Victoria, B. C.  Oflice, 32 Langley street,  371  GEO. SHEDDEN.    STOCK AND SHARE  Broker. Victoria, B.C. (Member of the  B. C.   S'.ock Exchange of'Victoria.)    Clients  interests  carefully  guarded and  settlements  promptly made. Shares at latest quotations.   355  Do You Want To Borrow.  It is as easy to pay off a Loan on our plan as  it is to pay rent. A $500 loan costs $7.50 per  month iind pays off principal and interest 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 Association, 364  SoUVenir of  West Kootenai)  A Superb Collection of views  Comprising- the Chief Places and  Points of Interest in West Kootenay. Just the thing to send to the  Old Country or back East.  IFrom theB. C. Gazette of >7tli Nov.;'1896]  NEW  INCORPORATIONS.  The Albion Gold Mining Co, Ld.  Head otlice in Vancouver. Capital S5tX),-  000 in SI shares. Directors, J. J. Moore,  H. C. Sbaw, J. W. Weart, all of Vancouver.  Big Buck Gold Mining Companv, Ld.  Capital 81,000,0-0 iu Si shares. Head  otlice in liossland. Directors. D. J. Cars-  sow, George liroderiu., II. "Graham, F.  Jackson, 3. W. Beverly, all of liossland.  The Burrard Mining .Association, Ld-  Capital ������50,000. Head ot'iice in Vaucou.  ver. Director.1', G. li. Maxwell, A. A.  Smith, A. Haines, C, W.'Ford, T. C.  Aleoek, C. B. Mansell, T. Evans, all of  Vancouver.  Tho OnniRroninn Oold ������������������>. Rilvoi- Mining  Co., Ld. Capital tf-oO/JOO in 81 shares.  Head ollice in Snndon.. Directors, J. K.  Cameron, A. Cameron, M. L. GnrntAett,  of Sandou, \V.. C. Davies, of-London,  England.  Cariboo Miniug, Milling & Smelting  Co. (Foreign.) Capital $8.0.00. in SI  shares,   Head oflice in Spokane.  Fire Mountain Gold Miniug Co., Ld.  Capital SI ,000,000 iu $1 shares. Head  otlice iu Vancouver. Directors, J. R.  3rome, of Hot Springs, li, J. Leckie, J.  W. Girvih, A. G. Addisou, W. H. Leckie,  of Vancouver. :  Ibex Miuiug Co., Ld. Capital 81,000,-  000 iu SI shares, Head office in Bos-eland. Directors, G. A. Bounder, =��������� D. L.  Tibbitts, J. A. Seaman.  Noonday Miuiug Co., Ld. Capital ������1,-  000,000 in ���������1 shares. Head ollice in  liossland. Directors, .1 Kirkup. li. D.  -MorkiIl,-F-.-^H.-Armstrnng,-J.-St:-Clnir-  Brtickett, of Kossland, W. G. Mackenzie,  of Victoria.  * Slocan Development Co., Ld. Capital  SI ,000,000 in SI shams. Head otlice iu  liossland.' Directors, \V. Macdonald, \V.  /iVdford, II. Akiug, F. G. White, VV. J.  Green, all of Kossland.  Trail-Bear Creek Gold Mining Co., Ld.  Capital SI,000,000 in ������1-shares. Head  office .in-j liossland. Directors, G. .A.  Brooke, E. L. Clark, C.S. Askew, of  Kossland.  Yale Homestake' Gold & Silver Mining  Co., Ld. Capital 8400,000 in 25 cents  shares. Head otlice iu Vancouver. Directors, F. C. Quires, S. A. liicbards. E.  I'. Davis. -?  . . * .     .  Sault Ste, Marie Gold Miniug Co., Ld.  Capital 81,000,000 iu SI shares. H������ad  office iu liossland:" Directors W. S. Boyd,  D. Harris, J. S. Clute, jr., T..L. Kennedy,  George Lemon and 1). Manchester, all of  Kossland. ,J ���������     .  THOMSON  STATIONERY CO. LD.  NELSON,       ...       B.C.,  also VANCOUVER. (362J  Music Lessors  Mrs. Motley is prepared to receive  pupils for Piano, Violin or Organ.  Elementary  Harmony Taught.  ..|>|>1.V nl Thomson  *liitl<>ii������*r.r  <Vs  More,  _*i<-l.s������������. '   '>-'  Builder,  are invited to inspect my  stock of  Rough   and   Dressed  Lumber,   Shingles,   Laths,  Doors, Sash; Mouldings  Turned Stock, _.c.  ORDERS PROMPTLY   FILLED.  G. O.  f-Uchaijai}  413  FOR SALE.  BAKER ST.  Two Lots with Three Stores  BAKER ST.  One Lot with Two Stores.  VERNON ST.  Several Lots (Fifty foot frontage)  40������ W. j. n. Dickson, linker SI.  ANTOINE M1URIK  Dry Goods. Clothing, Etc-,  XI'IV AND -El'O-D IIANII.  NELSOivT -    B. C.  (293)  Money to Loan  Bir"beck Investment,  Security & Savings Co.  Arthur R. Sherwood,  AGENT,  383 Nelson, B. C.  ROYAL HOTEL,  Cor. Slmilcy ami Silica SlrrclH,  NELSON. - - S. C  WHEN IN KASLO STOP AT  The OlijDipic  ICO'MI*   l-LlSTE'ttKI*   IX   IIAKI������   I IMStl.  snw.v ..KNISIH-I-. __.  STRICTLY FIRST CLASS  E. S. GALLOP, Prop.    FRONT ST., KASLO, B. C,  C0MJWWA & WESTERN RY.  Time Table in Effect June 2.  .To. 2 passenger leaves Uosslnnd 7:00 11.111  Arrives Trail 7:45 p.in  No. 4'passenger loaves Rossland 3:00 p.m  Arrives Trail -1:00 p.m  No. 3 Leaves Trail- .<: ������:00 a.m  Arrives Uosslnnd 10:00 a.m  No. 1 Leaves Trail 5:00 p.m  Arrives llossl-ml  5.15 p,m  AU trains run daily on Pacific standard time.  Connections: Columbia & Kootenay Steam  Navigation Company's steamboats, Spokane  Kails & Northern Kailway via Northport and  Canadian Pacific Hailway via Hcvelstoke.  Nr OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that application  will ba made to th-i Legislative Assembly of tho  Province of-British Columliia,-at it-3 ne.t--Sos=ioa,_fo___  _ii Act incorporating a. Company for the purpose of  supplying power, light and heat by electricity," to tlio  inhabitants, cities, towns, villages, mines, smelters,  and tramways in West Kootenay District; and also  for tho purpose of generating power, light and heat- as  aforesaid to appiopriate,. divert and use tho water  from the Pend O'Keille Kiver and tiibutaiie3 thereto.  and for all other necessary light?, powers, privilegos  as aro incidental or conducive to the attainment of  tho above objects,  Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 13th' day of Nov., 1896.  A. HAINWARING-JOHNSON,  .401 .. Solicitor for the applicants.  THE    WATER    QUESTION.       ,  The prosecution t ot thi* Douogh  brothers fi r tapping one of-the fire hydrants brings the water question onco  niore prominently before the public.  The Minek does not desire to denl with  the merits of the case mentioned but on  general priuciples it is well for the members of the fire department to look care-  " fully after the welfare of the hydrants.  The Donogh brothers, as they.supposed,  acted in good faith and thought they Lad  all the authority that was necessary.!  Judge Fitzstubbs in dismissing' the cate  said as much but added that in future it  would be necessary for anyone desiring j  to open a hydrant, to first obtaio per-;  mission from the foreman of the fire de- j  partment.   If   a fire should occur,  the!  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership, heretofore subsisting, between  the undersigned as hotel keepers at the  Royal Hotel, Nelsou has this day been  dissolved by mutual consent, .Mr. Tom  Booth retiring. <���������  All debts due by and owing to the late  partnership will be received and dif-  charged by Mr. Pidro Cherbo, who will  coutinue the .late" business as foimerly at  the Itoval Hotel, Stanley street, Nelsou.  TOM BOOTH  * " ��������� ' * PIDltO CHERBO  Witness:   E. T. II. SBIPKINS.  : 1GS.28-U-. .   '     . -���������  Dissolution of Copartnership.  NOTICE.  HOUSE, FITTINGS -and  FURNITURE   ENTIRELY  NEW AND FIRST CLASS.  It������*sl l.oralloii In Town,   li.-mlifiil View*.  Bar   now   Open   and  Stocked with  Ciioici; Liquors and Cigars.  Unequalled in Kootenay.  Give us a trial and   be   Convinced.  Don't Complain  That you can't get as good tipples in Nelson as you get  back home. I have all varieties of Ontario apples 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. Baker and Josephine Sts.       438  Thos. Dunn ������ Go., L'd.  > IN  AID ILL SUPPLIES.  DEALERS IN  1-  )  ISAK AM* SUEKT IKOX, IHIXKI'S* VU US, KAI! AMI   !*III__KT .STIEI,,  MI-._KS* SHOVELS, WIIIK It������H"K_S, _IU\II.U   Iturtg,  DY-AMITE   Ili-E AM) _AI������S.  SOLE AGENTS FOR THE  CINNABAR  MINING  CO.'S  (*33)  QUICKSILVER.  Write for Quotations. Cable Address, "Dunn."  .VAD-TCOU-VEB,  IB.  C.  tee Mcdowell atkiks watson co��������� ltd  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A full stock of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Chemicals and Toilet  Articles, Wholesale and Retail. Goods Right; Prices  Right.    Prompt attention io all orders.  the Mcdowell, atkins, watson, co  VANCOUVER, B. C.  IO AND 12 CORDOVA STREET,  600 GRANVILLE STREET.  417 HASTINGS STREET  Christmas will soon be here.  Make  your   wife a present'  PIDRO CHERBO.  12������|J_  Clarke Hotel,  Josephine St��������� Nelson.  -" Enlarged, redecorated and  fitted throughout with the  electric light. Every modern  convenience. Special rates  for boarders*  Tlie Itnr irt*ii|i|>Hvil Willi -lioirusf KriilKl*.  nl* Miiiiui-s nml l-'lKiirs.  , SS"  Late of Royal Hotel, Galgary  KELLY, DOUGLAS & CO.  VANCOtrVER, _3. O.  WHOLEdALK    GUOC1CKS    AND   D1KKCT  lMI'OHTKHS FROM  China,   India  and Japan.  your   wile  ���������of   a���������  KARN   PIANO  ��������� ���������or   a   -  DROP   CABINET  SEWING    MACHINE.  SILVERWARE  Three, limes the stock ol"  last Christmas to select  from iind articles many  times more choice.  SSSSESHS  AT PRICES FOR ALL  A\ Jacob poVer's,        Pde.son;. P- C-  (21!))  Tbe partnership existing between Angus (J. Buchanan and George \V- llobip-  ,sou, doing a grocery and general  only time water could be of service in j mercantile bnsinessat Kelson aud North  Nelson, would be at the beginniuf; ns 1 Fork, under the firm "name of Buchanan  the supply would fail before a large fire! *- K--*'-i!*son. has this day been dissolved  ,,, ,.      ��������� ,   1    ,r it , iby mutual consent,  could be extinguished.   If through any!* "ANGUS C. BUCHANAN  negligence,  a frozen   hydrant  was  en-! GEORGE \V. BOB1NSON  countered the results might be vory seri-;    Nelson, B. C, November 14th, 3896.  ons' "     ��������� NOTICE.      .  , Persons, eminently qualified-to ma_e Angus C. Buchanan will continue the  the estimate, have stated that a good busi-jess as before, under the name of  ���������water system, deriving its supply fri/m A. O. Buchanan k Co., who assumes all  Anderson   creek,   conld   be  established   the liabilities of the said firm, and all  here at a total outlay of about ������25,000., ^bts due 'M^n'lT^nP-r^-^lvt0  ut       .. ,     , ,      ,    .,    .. ...   aim. A__MGUS C BUCHAriiAN.  No action can be taken, by the town nntil 1   40.28-11.6  NOTICE is hereby giveu that application will be made to the Parliament of  Canada at its next session for ail act to !  incorporate a company with power to I  construct, equip, operate aud maiutain,  either standard or-narrow gauge railways,  for the purpose ot conveying passengers,  freight and ore from a point at or near  Revelstoke, on the Canadian Pacific railroad, thence northward, following the  valley ofthe Columbia river to a point at  or uear the junction of Oauoe river; and  with power to construct, equip, operate  and maiutain branch lines aud all necessary bridges, roade, ways, ��������� ferries,  wharves, docks, and.coal bunkers; and  with power to build, own, equip,' operate  and maintain1 steam aud other vessels and  boats; and with .-power to build, equip,  operate and maintain telegraph and telephone lines in connection with the said  railways aud.branches, aud to"generate  electricity for the supply of light, heat  and power; and with power to expropriate  lands for the purposes .of the coiapauy,  and to acquire lands, bonuses, privileges  or other aids from any government, municipality or other persons or bodies corporate, and to make traffic or other arrangements with railway, steamboat or other  companies; and with power to build  wagon roads to be used in construction  of such railways, aud in advance of the  same, and to levy and collect tolls from  all parties using and on all freight passing over- any such roads built by the  company, whether built- before or after  the passage of, the act hereby applied for,  aud with all other usual, uecessato, or incidental rights, powers or privileges as J  may be necessary or incidental or cour  ducive to the attainment of the above  objects, or auy of them.  Dated at the city of Yictoriu this 14th  day of November, A. D. 189S.  HUNTER & DUFF,  _65.2Mi.6  Solicitors for the Applicants.  A-Full Stock of Groceries, Cigars, Ci'Kai.tte.,  Tobaccos, Ktc,  -  I'roinitl Allcnlioii lu All Order*.  [32U]  NELSONJ-OTS.  NOTICE.  Having appointed W. J. G. Dickson  local agent for addition A to the to*wn-  site of Nelson, intending purchasers of  lots or parties., wishing information,  plans or pi'ict* lisb.of the addition will  please apply to hiin.  400.    * *   F. C, INNES.  JOHN  HIRSCH,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Office:  11 -  NELSON   AND   ROSSLAND, B. O.  .   uo  M-M.X;. A*-*--.-.  W. J. G.  DICKSON,  REAL ESTATE,  COMMISSION AGENT,  MINING   BROKER.  BEALEY BLOCK, BAKER ST.  "���������^ELSoirsr, b_ o.    1335]  ^^^^������������������"SJ^TBpi������  ������������������������������--_���������-i>i. iFTi 1    1 in-w ������������������Im 11-Tii���������winng-i  " Beau-ideal" 5hape  ���������makes the foot look slender. Straight sided  sole���������full box toe, ridged at top, in latest  mode. Roomy but narrow looking. Laced,  _~BuUo-t^7CoTigre^6T"Oxfo"rd. Black~Tan~~  Seal Brown, Carmine, "Wine color, 13 leathers  ���������13 halfsizes.���������5 widths.���������Goodyear Welt.  ���������*3-5o������"*?4*S������- $5-So*    Stamped on sole. ���������  "the Slater Shoe."  ('���������Mil'lt A WEM.S, Sole Ayt**uls foi- V������1s:im.  lau't.v into*., ..(.'ems ������t Kii.io.  ."      37.'  RUBBERS! RUBBERS! RUBBERS!!  " *���������--  All   Kinds,   Shapes,   Sizes   and   Prices  Just Opened.  Don't Forget our Clearing Sale of Ladies  Goods.  W. A. JOWETT  MINING &REAL ESTATE BROKER  I>S_UA.\_E and - - -  t-JJMIssIO.V AtJEXT.  VICTORIA ST.,  914  NELSON, B. C.  The P. 0. Store.    GILKER & WELLS.  3Sr__tXjS03-T <_c PILOT ~BJ������rX       2  JUst ai*jOVep-_���������*-  Plum Puddi"gs, American and English.    Sardines in  Oil,   Butter, Tomatoes. Anchovies in Oil,. Anchovie and  . Bloater Paste.,    Machonochies  Bloaters,   Digby Chicks,  Deviled,   Fresh,    Kippered   and    Spiced   Herrings.    A  ������������������ Full  Line of Crosse & Black-well's Goods,   and   Huntley & Palmer's Biscuits. ������������������  Hudson's Bay Company,  BAKER STREET, NELSON. Us THE MINER, NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1896  18 DECEMBER 96  P_4_.  w������v ���������  MOHTU-  s_?-  IM  20  2?  7  T4  21  23  B  /..*>  22  29  WEDTHU  /&  22  30  10  17  21  3/  FRI  //  /a  25  *zy?  MINING* TEANSFEES.  Whore no consideration is named in transfer.*  ,  tho nominal sum of $1 is to bo undorslood.)  New D_itv������r.  Nov. 16-  Luke Shore���������J H Oheran to KG Campbell-Johnston.  Nov. 17���������  Last Chance Fraction���������Frank Haiisaii  to Heury Brown aud Church Fo3ter.  Tiptop, Majjgie. NeilieD., % in Cody  Star���������A J) McGetitry to A B Djoksteader,  option, $5000.  Lilly 13, Rainbow and Portl.iad���������N S  Tucker, G D Long, Martin Maurier to  James Gilhooley, agreement for sale,  830,000.  International���������J:ic- Beancho.ue  to R  Clay.  Nov 18-  White Horse and Black Horse���������Harry  Rheran, Dan McLeotl to George Fuii'lair  aud Chas Anperson, ,81000.  lteco, Texn?. New Denver, Clifton,  Ephraim Fraction���������J M -Ha-ris, F T  Kelly, S M "Wharton. G M Wharton to  Reoo Mining aud Miliiug Co.  White Hotse���������Win  Unsaid   to   A H  Bluineraner.  Nov 19���������  Fedora���������James Djltmey to W H Rub  ertson, J A McKiiiiion, ������400.  Stormouut���������The   Loudon   Mcrcintile  Ass Ltd. to W A Jowett, I.  Nov 20���������  Dalhousie and Whyccc.nnajrh���������G B D  Turner to H Abbott, 'tf iu an ngrceinent  $4(K).  Old M.U1--S T Waller to It C Cam-  bell-Johnstotip.  Koval  Star,   Daili>'i*i<__.  Tiio   Bri tulle,  SouriV Net tic--A   St.O Brindle to P II  Britidle.  Nov 21���������  Jr jn Horse���������D "McDor.tikl AL McLctin  to J Gilli.olcy, agreement.  Legal Tender���������S J Humphrey to Thos  Lake, J_.  Iliiwksbnrv���������AB _Do_ksl.it Jer to C F  Miller.  Silver Bol!--\V T Clark to li Craddjck  '2-5. . :        "   -  =-**������_4li?-Turon  Thronson (o  C W Cole-  BffinfFa, $2000.  Blackfoot,\ Cashier���������Thron Tlnons >u  toCW Coleman, $20.0.  Bannock, Paymaster, Financier- Hairy  Hanson to Thron Throtisou, l-_.  Townsend���������M R McQuarin to I> S Pain  1-4.  D.in -Webster���������T.tiitc Ha.key lo A W  Smith.  Tecumseb Chief--W J Jjfoble to W*J  G :een.   " ''  Sink to Rise���������A II McKay et nl to A C  Fraser.  Little Josie���������J T..vlot t> J Giles, 1-4.  Same���������J Taylor to.T M Mil toy. 1-4.  .Same-J Taylor lo F W Clayton.  Lion, I X J .���������George Lvn.h lo G B  Bnshcll et al A.  Ibex���������G A Pnnr,der to Di rti LTibbitts  4-10.  Red Joker���������W Suuoiuls to J C Spellman. "  Johnnie,    Tarn    O'Slianler,     Bobbie  Burns, Sir Walter Scott���������James Lawlcr  to John Thomas.  Nov 24-  "\V-ite Iro.i and Hope No 2���������J W'Gil-  son to Irou Hope Mining aud Milling  company.  Harvey Fraction���������W B MeCoy to R H  Gtimev.  ���������Bli'.cV Eagle No 1���������J S Pike to Dun-  oau Camoion.  Seaiile^-WHShepptud to J II Anitme  Superior No 3���������II C Waterson to R R  Mflitlaud.  liobert E Lee aud Maid of Erin���������D M  Linnard to li E Lee G M Cu Ld.  Victor���������F  H Hnttou to B F Vaneleve,  Hi-  Victor���������T Peuton to F H Hnttou,  14,  Ibex���������=G A 1'ouuder ct al to \V J Grceu  Ibex���������G A Pounder et al to Ibex Alining Co Ld: "���������  Red Pole���������James McGerrick to H E  Cover.  Red Pole-H E Cover to Red Eagle  Miniug Co lyl.  Nov 25���������  Snow Bird���������A A McKenzie to H S  Crotty.  Myrtle, St Paid and Kentucky Copper  ��������� W Piper to A a Mckenzie, l-_.  M E'Fraction-"F M Bncous to John A  Smith.  Grey Bitd Frit-lion���������P Dolan et al to  John A Smith.  Tredwell���������A Gib.on to J A Smith, 1-2.  Grey Bird Fraction���������J A *>mitl_ to W  G Adamson, conditional.  I X L and Lion���������R Grogan to A Allen  1-2.  Echo and Old Judge���������T J Woruock to  Jacob Schmidt.  Finance, Echo and Big Whale���������rJncob  Shinidt lo Joseph Powell, 1-2.  Columbia River���������D McDonald to M N  McLeod, 1-4.  Columbia View���������Geo Caldwell to Ed  Ulstad, 1-2.  Mineral Hili, New Deadwood, Morning  Star, Ru'.land and New ton Will-**.! E  J.rickseu etal to M S Uojd,  OF G������_J������������AL INTEEEST.  West     l(ootei>a|)  pulcher  Co.  -N-elso-)    ai}<_   Saiydoi).  (***'*W  C. I). JtAXI).  1). S. AYALBRIDC-E.  RAND & WALLBRID6E  e     MINING BROKERS  SANDON,       -      B.C.  lillsl...  Nov 20. -  G Fcrnio to 1) F Httskett, power of  0 attorney.  , Fourth of July���������J A Finch, G Fertile,  T E Jones, D E Haskett and W Sullivan  to Tlie Columbia Milling Co, Ltd, an int.  $5,000.  Howard, Revenue and Defender���������D W  Moore to G Alexander, y.  Howard���������A C Pearson to G Alexander,  y-, H "W Foster, .*_, and 11 B Alexander .*-.  Nov 21��������� , .      '  Haltouiou and h in Uisee-.���������T Iiurri*  to Mrs Jennie Harris.  Maple Leaf���������-W Harris to S M Lowery,  '-11 ������"i  Nov 23-  Floreuce���������S H Green nud U T Green  to F Steele,..12,500.*  T G Proctor to C Van Moerlccrke, re-  lea 'e of'mortgage. '. ._,  Loudon, Pompeii aud Rouudtip���������C Van  ���������MoeikerkeHind���������T-G���������Pi octor-to -London  Hill Development ���������aud- Miuiug Co Ld,  sjl(*,f'.0'> and other cons.  Fresno���������M J Maboncy lo D D Mc-  Phail y.  Last'Link���������DDMc'Phail to M J Ma-  bouey, i. ,  Fresno, Lufc Link aud Maud S���������D D  McL-hail ami M J Mahoney to W J Tre-  theway, C 1!  Crompe ami M A Bncko,  $sooo. ������������������     -   '   '  Nov 24���������c"  .    C.ilifornit-E Tidd to F J Farley L-6,  S25. -   ���������  Nov 25-   "  Van Winkle��������� W Moulse to J Bell, y.  Mines bought and sold. Stock for  .ale in all B. C. mines, Official Brokers for Wonderful Group Mining  Co., Kootenay Agents of Bondholder Mining Co., stock. Companies promoted. Correspondence  i,  solicited. . ������  422  W. PERKINS & CO.  MINING BROKERS,  REAL ESTATE AGENTS.  -lit Y������*:ir������ K.\|i������'rleii������r. In Miiili'ig., IvXiM'r-  IriK't'tl l*r<is|K'-l������rs l-'uriilwliril ml Sillurt  .Nollo--,   .Illiii's K\|H*rl.il ami Cl<!i>url������'il mi.  ISukcr Slr������������l. Opp. <.'. A K. I.UI-I Olllcv  NELSON.     WEST KOOTENAY, B.C.  172-5-I2---  All kinds of  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.  E, C, TRAVES,   MANAGER ������  BAKER STREET.       NELSON, B. C.  I^estaUrai)t  IS   REOPENED   UNDER   NEW  MANAGEMENT.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  MEALS 96.OO PER WEEK.  ANNIE BURTON, Proprietress  137  STATE OKE  I\ S. DAILY, I'n-t.  JOS. MONNIC, Sec  E8taScd     Sampling Works  A general Ore Market. Largest Works in  Colorado. Modern Sllltt and Muctalucry at  Denver, Idaho Spring8, and Black Hawk.  ORE SOLD ON COMPETITIVE BIDS  Write for our referonoo book.   Address  STATE OBE SAMPLING 00.  Gold Bullion Bought.   34"     * Denver, Colorado.  Nolice of Application for Liquor License.  -VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN tli.it thirty  L> days* aftor this date I shall apply to the  Stipendiary MiiBistrtUc for a license to se'l  wines ami liquors by retail at my hotel on loL  7 in block I������, -silmon Siding.  T. S. SHANK,  llth November, IS*.. it'2  IsTELSO-CnT  DOORS, SASHES and TURNED WORK,  BRACKETS and OFFICE FITTINGS,  SATISFACTION   GlJARANTEEp.  PRICES REASONABLE.^^^m���������..  THOS. GRAY  NELSON, B. C.  3*5  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 Wiih Wild Cats.  Will be pleased to   answer  any business   enquiries.  ���������       . - 1-21]  K'KSlautl.  Nov 20-  Doi-itiion��������� \V K Lee to Kent Ogilvie,  13.  Vanderbilt- F VTcrcival to ,7 Fltedily  1-3.  Cracker Jt'ck���������Patrick McCormiek ct  til to J I'1 Kedily.  Uaden  Untlcu���������Mrick  Keck to T.Car-  SO1.1.  Same���������T Cttrson to J *\V Sears,  T G���������Normhu L .lacksou to T Careoii,  1-2.'  T G���������J G llou������bton to T Carson, 1-2.  " " T G���������T Carson lo F J Smitli.  Essie���������J G Houghton toT Carson, 1-2.  Essie���������N L Jitckson to T Carson, 1-2.  Essie���������T Carson to J Smith, 8300.  Whipperwill���������D *W Higgius to V J  Smith.       - -   .  Matilda���������J Dunuigan to D \V Higgins.  Same���������D W Hijjgins to F J Smith.  Baunock Fraction���������AVm Morrison to  HS Jones.  Dimple C���������Dr C Campbell et al to H E  Lawry.  Volunteer, Florence���������-F J Fellows et al  to H-Lawry.  Nov 21���������  Pilot���������John Gore to Louis Blue etal  in trust, 8250.  Denveut Fraction��������� W J Adamson to  John Slittara, 3575 shares of _tock.   "  Hidden" Treasure���������Mike Shick to A G  Lison, 1-3.  -   Indiana Boy, Earth, -Comstock���������D E  Moore to A S Goodhue.  Heather Bell, Gladstone,^ Livingstone  and Ramping Lion���������Harry Smith et al to  A*\V Wright, %.  I/nil John Seville Tor many yea", one  nf L'ln^liuid's noted diplomats died last  ���������Suuday.  A wcrkly j .urnn!, ctillid Tho English  and Aii-.'iiui.n tiiizetle was started in  Paris I hi... week ij the interest of the  Ei_gli.li speaking rcsidenis.  Tv.o Ciiiiiidians have'bee:i t:nested at  Havaua. chaiged with i>"in^ concerned  iuthe Ciibau rebeliiou. Ttie ibiitter'hn.  been laid before the Iinp-riul authorities  by the Commissioner for Canada iu London.  The latest dispatches from Ottawa,  state Sir Henry Strong, Cnief Justice o**  the Canadian Supreme court will be  apnointecl Colonial judge to the judicial  commtsf.ion of the Imperial privy council,  whicli will be e.ilarged by adding a representative from each colony.  The will ot Alfred Marriou, of Yorkshire, England was probated this week.  He left ������2,250,01 H) to the church of England and its ally, the Society for the Pro-  pogation of the hospital. This is the  third time within four mouths that the  church has received bequests exceeding  ������1,000,000. ,  .loin-iiulislli. Kilterjirls<>.  The Biitish Columbia Mining Record  will close the present year by publishing  a special holiday nlimber, which will lie  tl"ie"l aTgfsniitd"tiu"e9t"editir������n_of the*jou r-_  nal yet issued, a lt will contain articles  descriptive of the year's work iu neat ly  every miuiug district of the province, and  will "be the most c inplete exposition or  the mining industry of British Columbia  ever published. It will show the grand  prospects ahead tor ]8.������7 and tho information it* will contain will be of such a  nature as to make this special unmbci'  valuable- iii the future for reference.  Already large orders have been received  for extra copies of this edition aud mauy  more are expected before the day of publication so that its widespread .circulation  is already assured. .Merchants, manufacturers, miuing brokers aud investment  companies will do welKto avail themselves of this opportunity to -attract tbe  attention of the mining men of the pio-  viuce to their business, as the December  issue of the Record will not ouly go  largely into the homes of citizens but  also into every mining camp of the pro'  viLce. The holiday number of the Record will be a fitting closing of the year  1800 and a brilliant ushor ot 1897, which  bids fair to be the banner year of mining  in British Columbia. .  SEE THE  Christmas  ���������  v*,..-,..,. -.'  J. LAWRENCE fJARDWARE Q0.  Our stock is how. very complete in  ��������� Harftware ��������� ai������MMbi  . of almost every description.  W        We arc here to do business.      If we have not what vou want1  fiPwe will get it lor you. .-��������� Give us ;i trial for Goods and Prices.  V s   TINNING AND PLUMBING.  ft T__!i_J__;_?ia:o_sr_i! *n-o. si.  At the NELSON DRUG STORE this  week or it will be too late as some of  the lines are already exhausted.  Prices Right.    Terms Cash.  471-28-ll-ti  The James UM 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-thc-Gontinent,���������Inforfnationxheerfully_.giv.en..  Call on or write W.T. STEWARD,  470-28116 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER, Nelson, B. C.  W. P. SLOAN,  i-ci_sri__isrc3-   ___c_-_-!_sr,_.  4'<>n! ltiver, Ilut'k Cr-ok, Sillier  IHslrlrl  itml Summit Crrck itro|)������*.rti.4 a sin'diilly.  -"roller!)- int Hue of Crow'* Sent I'jism Kail-  road. Iiu-iilvd on <'oul ltiver. ou list.  I'orresiMiitileiic. Sollciicil.  KOOTENAY,   RIVEN.  S. O.  P. O. ADDRESS    OCKONOOK. IDAHO.  173-5-l_.fi   Why Driiik Your Whiskey Straight  When it is much nicer with. Soda Water,  . or any other of our drinks  All our soft drinks are guaranteed-to kill any microbes that  may   exist   in   the   whiskey   but  are   perfectly  harmless to human beings.  Orders Delivered Promptly to Any Part oi the Town.������  NELSON SODA WATER FACTORY  WANTED Golfl. Silver, Cowr. or Coal Properties.  WILL BUY of promote Company to take ore.  WILL HANDLE Bondsof flec.rjc Steam or Horse Car Railway.  WILL BUILD Waterworks or Float Bonds ef Sane.  Manhattan Investors & Securities Co.. Ld.  17 and 19 Broadway, , New York City.  - - --    ������������������*'- -- - = = ��������� - -i��������� _-_l_.____379..__.__._  391  $100  reWarp  A reward, of one hundred dollars  will be given by A.  Powys for the  recovery or information leading- to  Hetither Bell,' Livingstone and Eamp-! t|ie recovery of the body of Evelyn  mk  Lion--*;,w. W"-1-1  et al t0 er!a.  Powys who is believed to have  Xov 21���������' T'3' : met v*'ith a   fatal   accident   -n   the  * Towusite���������T P OT-i-.elL to E B Bash-! neighborhood of Nelson on the 21st  ^Townsite-FS Algiers to TP O'Farrell J     This^offer'will   hold   good   until  Bannock, Umatilla, Financier and Pay-' the 10th December next.  J^itchies Hardware EijiporiUiji  CELEBRATED WARRIOR  Cooking and Heating Stoves  TWo Friends Miije  Limitedliability  Capital $240,000 m 800,000 Shares of 30 cts each   ,  F- C. Innes, President..    Percy W. Evans, Vice-President.  C". C. Bennett Secretary.  - 0. T. Dunbar and C. 0. Bennett Directors.  ,   * 280,000 Shares-only will be sold at par.  SMICLTICR. RETURNS:  First Car Load  20 ions,   28) ounces   Silver,. 37%   Lead,   Net   Returns  $3284.00.      ,'-'.-".  '��������� ...      , -    ,      o, I Part 370 ounces Silver,, z.2%   Lead.  Second Car  Load ,,20 tons, -���������'-- ������. -|r.,  I      11     204       M ���������! -     40/0       "  Xot Returns $3301.00.  The management expect -to mal.e shipments this winter " aggregating six hundred tons...  Prospectus and forms' of application for shares will be forwarded  on application to F.  C.   INNES,  Vancouver,  B.   C. .       .  417.28-11-6'  ALSO  Agateware and Tinware  MINERS'   TOOLS.  J. Squire  NELSON,  B. C.  HAS RECEIVED A COMPLETE STOCK OF  FALL  and   WINTER   GOODS  ���������!TWEEDS,   .SEMES,   W0BSTEDS,  Etc.  M. R.' SMITH ^ GO.: ���������'    pfi/c_s ���������Tu���������e t,Mbs.  Biscuit Manufacturers.  ���������^-BITE    ^O-EFt   PKICE   JLIST.  VIOTORIA        -        B.C. (-������������������������*).  SUITS   $25.00  AND   UPWARDS.  COR. BAKER AND WARD STREETS. w  NELSON, B. C. THE MINER, NELSON, B. C,    SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5,   1896.  DEATH OF OAPT. SPAULDING-.  He  Kv|>'rcs <!U<l<lt.ul.v ill  Ills Home ul Pilot  Buy,  ' 'Cai-fc. Spauldins died at his home at  Pilot Bay last Thursday night from  heart disease. He was about 50 years ot  age and leaves a wife to mourn his Joss.  The death'was wholly unexpected as the  Captain was hale and hearty ia other  ways, lie was well known in this district and had lived here for a number of  years. At oue lime he was engaged iu  the lumber business at Kaslo but recently has devoted the greater pari of his  time and attention to mine, aud mining  Deceased during the course of his career  in these parts owned and conducted the  Spaulding hotel at Pilot Bay.  The Hero liiei>r|i<iral<'il.  The incorporation ot the Reco in the  Slocan has been consummated aud officers elected. J. JM. Harris, the president  states that they have 82,000,000 in sight  and that in March a 10 per cent dividend  on their capital stock of 31.000,000. will be  declared. Bunk houses are being built  for 150 men who will be put to work iu  the spring.  SllOt t<>  Wl'Mlll.  The insurgent, leader Lopez Caloma  who first raised the cry of revolt in the  province of Matanzas and who was sentenced to death by a Spanish court  martial at Havana, was executed last  Monday iu the presence of thousands of  people.   His last cry was "viva la Cuba."  TENDERS.  TENDKLtS will bo received by the undersigned up to tho 30tli December. 1890 for sink-  inn; a shaft 19 feet, 6 feet wide by 5 feet liiK.li,  following thc vein in and downwards on the  Standard Mineral Claim, situated in Lhe Nelson Mining Division, about three and a half  mile. south from thc Town of Nelson and 300  feet from the line of thc Nelson & Fort Shep-  pard Railway.  BEN. WILLIAMS,  .ft Fort St��������� Victoria, D. C.. P. O. Drawer 6t>.  ITo-o 12-8  KOOTENAY   LAKE   GENERAL  HOSPITAL SOCIETY  All persons contributing' $i.o������  per month or $10.00 per year will  be entitled'to receive the full benefits of the Hospital; in addition the  $10.00 subscribers will secure the  privilege of voting at the annual  election of directois.  *  <    A. H. CLEMENTS, Treasurer  Nelson,  B. C,  August 14th,' 1896.  (41!>)  Notiee of Application for Liquor License.  1 Take uotice that the Hall Mines Limited (foieign) will apply to tbe Government Agent for West Kootenay, for it  license to sell liquor oy retail at or near  the Silver King Mine in said District.  THE HALL MINES, LIMITED.  Dated at Nelson this 21st day of Nov-  emberi 1890.  OKKTIFICATK   OK   THE   KKGISTKATION  OF A.-FOKKIGX COMMAXV.  "-o.mi'.vxiks' Act," Pakt.1V.; and ami:-d-  ino Acts.  'Tin- London anil Hritisli Columbia <;<tli|.  n������uis Llmiti-il" (ton-lun).  Registered the 20Lh day of October, 181)0.  I HEREBY CERTIFY that I havothis dav  registered "The London and British Columbia Goldfields, Limited," (Foreign) under the  "Companies' Act," Part.'IV., "Registration of  Foreign Companies," and amending Acts.  Thc head ollice of thc Company is situate in  England.  The objects"for which thc Company is established arc:���������  (I.) To prospect and explore for thc purpose  ofofotaining information, and also lo acquire and  enter into treaties and contracts and engagements of any description, and either absolute  or conditional, with respect to lands, forests,  harbours, mines, mining rights, minerals, water  rights, rivers, a:id property of every or any  nature situate in any part of British Columbia,  or elsewhere: and 10.negotiate for and acquire  - - conccssions.-priviieges and-rights.-abBOluLe-or-  conditional, from any Sovereign.Power.-,ltulors,  '.'Governments or States, or person or persons, or  from any corporate or other body, and to enter  into any. arriing.iiiciit_wmi any Government,  lluler or authority, municipal or otherwise, for  any purpose, or to any effect, and from time to  time to alter and vary the same accordingly:  * (-.) To carry on mercantile, commercial,  trading.and financial business of any and every  description, either as principals or agents, or  partly ns principals and partly as agents, and  ���������to buy, sell .and enter into contracts, either  absolute or conditional, in respect of stocks,  shares, debentures, debenture stock, bonds,  obligations, options and securities of every or  any description in any part of the world:  Cl.) To purchase, take on lease, or acquire by  ./ exchange, licence, hire, or otherwise, lands,  forests, - buildings,' harbours, mines, mining  rights, water rights, patents or other rights or  claims (whether ab-olutc, exclusive, optional,  conditional   or limiledi, und any other kind of  - property in any part of the world: '  . (1.) To work, win, quarry, convert, manufacture, use. crush.-wash, smelt, reduce rellnc, or  otherwise treat und render niurkotnhlcand sell  or otherwise dispose of, or deal in inelnllifcroiiK  quart.* and ore hnd other mineral and metal  substances and pioducl.s and precious stones,  and produce of every description:  (;">.) To improve,  manage," develop, or oilier-  ��������� wise turn to account, or ileal with nil or any of  the properly and rights of the Company:    *'  ilii To carry on und transact tlie initios 01-  husinessesof merchants, contractors, carriers by  land or water, fanners, graziers,' traders in  and manufacturers or all kinds of merchandise,  goods, provisions and articles, nnd lo carry on  thebiisinesscsof ..-inkers, capiluli*. ^.shipowners  managers of estates, larnK mines, railways or  other properties, nnd linancinl agents' and  brokers ��������� in nil their, respective branches, ami  the businesses of engineers, builders, miners,  and any other businesses directly or inilii .disconnected with or capable of being conviij-  iently carried on in connection with any of the  ' businesses for the time being or objects of the  Company:  g n.) To .erect, construct, establish, or acquire  by purchase, hire, or otherwise, ai tl carry out,  maintain, improve, develop,   manage,  work.  . control,   and 'superintend  any  roads,   wavs,  .1 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, bun/c-'  . machinery, locomotives,*waggons, appliances',  apparatus, and other plant aud works; nnd'to  contribute to, subsidise, or otherwise aid and  take part in any such constructions, works or  operations: o  -v (S-)L'l'o cultivate lands and property, whether  belonging to the Company or not, and develop  the resources thereof, by building, reclaiming,  clearing, draining, damming ditching fanning,  and planting, upon such terms or svstem as  may be considered advisable: -  CJ.) To istoclc, cultivate, and farm lands and  to breed, grow, and deal in all kinds of sto.-i;,  cattle, sheep, horses and produce:  (V).) To establish, form and subsidise or  otherwise -assist in the establishment, promotion or formation of any other ���������.'ompanie- Slaving for t heir objects, or i'OiDu of them, anv of  the objects mentioned in this memorandum, or  the pioseculibn of auy other undcrtaki.->gs or  enterprises of any description having objects  wh:c!i may advance directly or imlincl ly Hit  objects of this Company, and to __._ci.rc, bv  underwriting or otherwise, the .-.ubscripifu-i o"f  . all or any part of the share or loan capital of  any ..such company, and to, pay or receive any  _o_.mU.lon brokerages, or other remuneration  in connection therewith;  (11,,) 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, means or resources, for the prosecution of any works, undertakings, projects or  enterprises; also 10 contract for ana act as  agents or otherwise in relation to loans or  securities issued or proposed to bo issued by  any Government or Stale, or municipal or  otlier authority, or company or corporation, or  persons or person:  IT2.J To lend or advance money on the security of any kind of property, rights, stocks,  shares, bonds, debenture stock, mortgages,  debentures, obligations, bills, notes:or other  instrument, or securities, or on the undertaking of any company or any part thereof:  (13J To negotiiilu loans of all descriptions,  cither alone or jointly Willi any other company  or person, Lo any slide, country, municipality,  railway company'or any other company, or  corpora tc or otlier body, or any person or persons;  (11.; To advance money for, or otherwise  assist in making explorations and surveys of  every kind, ai.d in promoting immigration into  any country, colony or stale;  (15.; To guarantee the performance of any,  contracts or engagements, and to become  linblo or responsible for monuy, or for the ful-  llllmont of contracts entered into by other.*:  (Hi; To issue on commission, or receive  brokerage, or otlier remuneration or consideration, upon the issue or ro-issue, or for guaranteeing the issue of, or the payment of interest  on any stock, shares, debentures, debenture  stock, bonds, obligations or other securities of  any company or public or local authority:  (17J To borrow or raise money, without security, or to secure the payment of money borrowed or raised, nnd in particular by tho 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 as shall be thought lit,  and to secure the same if thought fit by mortgage or charge  upon   the undertaking of tho  mpany and all or any of its real antl 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: -  (18,; To sell, lease, charter or otherwi-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 III, and to abandon any part of  lhe business for tlie lime being ofthe Company  anil to carry on any of the objects mentioned in  this clause, to the exclusion of the others, and  10 acquire or institute any new business falling  within thc objects of the Company, or any of  such objects:  (19.; To subscribe for, purchase, or otherwise  acquire the shares of stock, whether ordinary,  preferred or defcrred.or tho debentures, bonds,  or other securities of any company, and to  excopt tho 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 snnict  (20.; To pay for any rights or property acquired by the Company, or any services rendered to thc 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 rcrdcred to the Company, or in connection with whieh the Company may bo  directly or indirectly interested, and generally  to make any payments or agree to pay any  commissions, with or without any consideration moving to the Company, it it is considered  by thc Directors in the interests or dircctiy or  indirectly to the benefit of thc Company to do  so:  (2IJ To promote any company for the purpose of acquiring all or any part of the undertaking, property and liabilities of the Company.  Also to acquire the undertaking and assests,  and undertake the liabilities, of any now existing or future company, and to conduct, liquidate or wind up the business of any such company: .  .  ('>->.) To cuter into partnership or into any  arrangements for sharing prollts. co-operation  reciprocal concession, or otherwise, with any  pcr.on or company, und to remunerate any  person or persons, joint, stock or other company  by lixetl salary or specified remuneration, or by  a share of profits present, pastor future, or  part 0110 wav and puiithc other:  r_.'t; To make and carry into cU'ect or determine arrangements with British or foreign  manufacturers, railway antl shipping companies, proprietors or charterers of shipping, carriers, proprietors of steam or other mechanical  power, and other persons or company:  ('21 ; To carry on, work or develop any pro-  ESEt_'_HE.Jl!,!.,.,lS*J--1^-IS' Jilf^^'-uic.-s'.^ffS  so, as may bo found expedient:  Cl'i.) To pay any commission or brokerage  for the purpose of securing 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 bo inlfrcsted, and generally to  remunerate any persons for underwriting such  capital, or :i'or services rendered in placing, or  assisting to place, or guaranteeing the placing,  of any shares, debentures or otlier securities of  the Compnnv, or lor'pi'O.notingor guaranteeing  thc .raising "of capital for any otlier company,  and to underwrite or otherwise guarantee the  subscription for or .placing of tho share or  other capital of any other company:  (20.; To procure this Company to be legalised,  domiciled or recognised in any foreign country  or colony, and to procure ils incorporation in a  like character, or as a Societc Anonymo in any  foreign country, and to carry on the business of  the Company, or any part, thereof, in any foreign country or colony, or dependency of the  United Kingdom or in any pari of lhe world  under any other style or name:  (21.) To draw, accept, make, indorse, discount  ond negotiate bills ot exchange, promissory  notes, warrants and otlier negotiable instruments other than bank notes:  (28.; To distribute among the members in  sW.ic~nny"pi'Op(!rtj-"Of-iho*'Compaii.vrOranv-  procceds of sale or disposal of any properly ofthe Company, but so that no distribution* amounting to a reduction of capital be  niatle except with the sanction (if any) for the ,  time being required by law:  (IS).) To exercise the powers given by "The  Companies' Seals Act, lSlil," and "The Companies' (Colonial Registers) Act, ISS3":  (30.; To do nil such ac-s and things as are incidental or conducive to the above objects:      -���������  (31.; It is expressly declared.that the intcn-.  tion is that the ohjcelsset forth in each of the  foregoing paragraphs of this clause shall he  construed in the most liberal way, and shall be  in nowise limited .or restricted by reference to  any other parugrath, or by any inference  drawn from the tenia of any other paragraph:  ('������������������__.;.The. word "Company" in this clause,  when not iippl_oil = ln this Company, shall be  deemed to Include any partnership "or other  body 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 caiiiliil stock of tho' mid Company is  WD.ti'in. di\ idcil into l!tr..r>t)il ordinary shares of  .1 each, and 2,ftiHl deferred shares of .Ct each.  Registered ollice-Nelson, II C. =  Resident Agent.and "Manager���������J. Roderick  Robertson.  Given under my hand antl ������������������eol-of ollice.at  Victoria, Province nf Hritisli Columbia, this  ���������Mh day of October, IS)!).  ,  . Iii'-.l .     S. Y. WOOTTON,  15S-11.1 I.I! Jtf/iistniroy /obit Stoe/t Coni/niiii-s.'  4'i.it_ii-'M:.ti'i: ������'i i>ii>itoTi;.Hi:.\T...  IIOI'KR "MINERAL. CLAIM..  Situate in the Illeeillewaet Mining Division of  Wort I.ootenay District. Where.located,  oh the north side of the Illeeillewaet river  being  a southerly  extension" of 'Isabella  * ;   "Mineral Claim.' -*������   ���������;  rpAlvKXOTIOE that I, N. P. STnowdeni'iiot-  JL ing as agent for Thc Lanark Consolidated  Mining fc Smelting Company, limited, free  miner's Certificate No. 5S2PJ. intend, sixty days  from the dale hereof, to apply to the Mining  Rcv-ordcrforu certilicate 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 3rd day of November, IS!..  I.J3-11-7-6 ���������     N. P. SNOWDEN*.  OAK LEAF MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in tho Illeeillewaet Milling Division of  West Kootenay district:   Where located ���������  Above Maple Leaf Mirerul C'aim.  rpAKK NOTICK. That I, \\ P. ..noivdcn,  1 acting as agent for the Lillooet," Fraser  River Sc Cariboo Gold I-'it-ldsLtd.; Free Miner's  Certilicate No. 1&OI8, intend, sixty clays from  the date hereof, to i-.pply to the 'Mining Recorder for a ccrtiiif ���������ii. of impro*. emch'ts, for  the riiirn )-!���������* '���������'!��������� obtaining a Crown grant of the  above ...i-.ir.i.  Antl further take notice lhat action, under  section 37, mutt be commenced before the issuance of such ceriilicate of improvemsnU.-  Dated this 10th day of October, 1896.  .-2--.-10-6 N, P, SSOWDE!*'.  MAPLE LEAF MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Illccillewaet Mining Division of  AVest Kootenay district,   Where located���������  Opposite to Muir'. tunnel on the north side  of  the  Canadian  Pacific  railway,   about  three miles east of Illccillewaet station and  nearly 1J miles up the mountain.  rpAKE  NOTICE,   That. I. X. P. Snowden,  ___.    acting as agent for tho Lillooet, Fraser  River &; Cariboo Gold FicldsLtd.: Free-Miner's  Certificate No. fiOOlS, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof,  to upply to the Mining Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of thc  above claim.  ��������� And further take notice lhat action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dntctl this 10th day of October, l-illi.  143-2--1-.. Jf. P. Snow-den .  DOROTHY MINERAL CLAIM.  .ituate in the Illccillewaet Mining Division of  West Kootenny District. Where located���������  On tho north side of the Illccillewaet river,  West Kootenay district, and immediately  adjoining the Lanark Mineral claim on the  south side.  TAKI*' NOTICE, That I, N. P. Snowden,  acting as agent for the Linnrk Consolidated MininK & Smelting Company Ltd.;  Free Miner's Certificate No. f821(i, intend,  sixty days from thc date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Rccordor for a certificate 01 improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  grant of the abovo claim.  And further take notico that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certilicate of improvements.  . Dated this 10th day of October, 18!������.  441-21-10-. N. P. Snowdkn".  RED FOX MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Illeeillewaet' Mining Division of  West Kootenay District.   Whore located���������  On the north side of the Illccillewaet river.  West Kootenay district and   adjoining the  Lanark Mineral claim on the north-west  corner.  rTIAKE NOTICE.   That'J. N.  P.   Snowden,  1     acting as agent for thc Lanark  Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company Ltd.; Free  Miner's Certificate No. ��������� 58,216,   intend,   sixty  days from thc date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a certificate of improvements.'  for thc purpose'of obtaining a Crown grant of  the above claim.  And further take notico lhat action, under  section 37, must be commenced before thc issuance of such certificate of improvements. .-  Dated this 10th day of October, 1896.  _U;)-21-10..! . N. P. Snowden*.  HORNE FRACTION MINERAL CLAIM,  Situate in the Illccillewaet Mining Division of  West Kootenny District. Where located���������  Bounded on threo sides by the.Lanarlc'; Red  Fox, Maple Loaf and Oak Leaf mineral  Claims, situated about 3J miles east of Illeeillewaet, C. P. R.  TAKE NOTICE that I. N. P. Snowden acting as agent for thc Lanark Consolidated  Mining & Smelting Company, Limited, Free  Minor s Certiticate No. 58216, intend, sixty days  from tho date hereof, to nrply to the Mining  Recorder for a certificate ot improvements, for  che purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the  above claim,  And further lake notice thnt action, under  section 37, must be e.ihmciieod before the issuance of such certificate of improvements, o  Dated this 21th day of October, 1896:  116-31-10-6 N. P. SNOWDEN.  NOTICE.  -VT*OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat appli-  J^ 01 tion will be made to Hie Legislative  Assembly of the Province of British Columbia,  at its next session for an Act to incorporate a  company witli power to construct, equip, operate arid maintain cither standard or narrow-  gauge railways for the purpose of conveying  passengers, freight and 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 the junction of Canoe river; And with  power to construct, equip, operate and maintain branch lin������= ���������?���������������! "- iin������<*������������Trv. liridir**.-.  -ouub, M'ays.-fnrrlus; wharves, docks, and'coal-  bunkers; and with power t.o 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 the said railways and  branches, and to generate electricity I'or tbe  supply Of light, heat and power; and with  power to expropriate lands for the purposes of  the cnmp.iny  and- to'aequire lands,  bonuses,  Srivilcges or other aids from any Government,-  lunicipality or other persons or bodies corporate and to make trallic or other arrangements  with lailway, 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 'eollcct  tolls from all parties using and on all freight  passing over any of such roads built, by the  company, whether built before or after the  passage of thc Act hereby applied for, and  wit h all other usual, necessary or incidental  rights, powers or privileges as may be necessary or incidental orconducive to thc attainment of the above objects or any of them.  Dated at. theci y of Victoria this 2Sth dav of  October, A. D. 18U6. .      .'    _  HUNTER & DUFF, ���������  450-7-11-6 Solicitors for the Applicants.  1. M. CAMPION, Secretary-Treasurer.  Telephone 310.  j.  E. W. MACFARLANE, Manager  Telephone 449  B. C, IRON WORKS COMPANY.  SOLE MA-lliMCTIlKKUS Wl'TIIK  Kendall Band Mill,  B.C. Shingle Machines,  Steam Log Hanliug Mncb  Marion Steam Shovels,'  Improved Winding Hoist, ^  Kiver'and Harbor Dredges,.''  l.iiig Ditching Machine,  Wrecking Machines,  Ballast Unloading, Et..  .luevr.. v.*'A  I'K-KUAL    FOIiMtKKS,     K\������'iN  Keeve's Wood Split Pulleys,  Cable Address:   "Cove"  I-cep i:i Slock a ICull: Supply of En  giucers'nnd Mill Supplies, liping  nd  Filth)--,   Uniss Cecils,  .tti m Fittii tie, Ktc.  J Min litis ft r I.'oilirf' nr.il cr.glno  on application.  Mail   Orders    Receive  Attention.  T.leplioiic 310.  Prompt  Ilrnwerl ft  CORNER ALEXANDER STREET AND   WESTMINSTERfAVENUE..  "V'-A-J.TOOTJV'BB, IB. O.  All Agreements nre token subject to the approval of the Company at Vaucouver, and nre contingent upon 6tiikes,'accideut8  ������   " and other delays unavoidable, or beyoud our control. (326)  m   %onbon Dill  ^Development ano  fllMninQ Company  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.  Tlie Company is incorporated under the British Columbia "Companies'  Act,  1890," and amending acts.  Kaslo   & Slocan   Eailway  TIME^CARDJNO. I.  i Going Wkst. Daily Going East.  Leave ������.00 a. m.   Kaslo Arrive 3.50 p.m.  " N.;i6a. m. South Fork " .'IIS p.m.  "1    -.min.m.   -proule's "      2.15.p.m.  " 9.51 a, 111. Whitewater " 2.00 p.m  "    10.0S a. in.s Hear hake '       1.18 p.m  "    10.IS u. 111.   McGuigan "       1.33 p.m  "    10.30 n. 111.    Uallcy's "      1.21 p.m  "    10.39 a. m.   Junction "      1.12 p.m  Arc.   10.50a, 111.   Snndon Irr.vc   l.lOp.m  Subject to change without notice.  For   rates and  information   i-pp}   at thc  Company's ofllccs.  ROBT. IRVING, R. W. BRYAN,'  (201)   Tiafllo Manager. Superintendent.  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 money, and 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 tlie oflice of W. J. G. Dickson at  Nelson, or at the ollice of O. T. Stone at Kaslo. 435  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  _-___sr_D   SOO  PACIFIC   n=tOTJO?__].  I  NOTICE IS HEKEBY'-GIVEX"- tlintrilie  British Columbia Southern Kailway'  Company will apply to the Parliament of Canada, at it^ next session, for an Act to declare  thc said Briti h Columbia Southern Kailway  Company to be a body corporate and politic  within the jurisdiction of the Parliament of  Canada, and the company's railway to be a  work for the general advantage of Canada, also  to authorize the extension oi' the lino of the  said railway from its eastern terminus in llie  Crow's Nest Pass, across and over the eastern  boundary < f British Columbia, into Ihe Province ol Alberta, thence iu .111 easterly direction  to Mueleod. or to a point on the line "of the Calgary nnd Macleod Railway, and thereto connect with the same, and thenco easlcrly to  Lctlibridgc.       -  GKMMIU.&MAY  . Solicitors for applicant ���������;.  Ottawa, 18th September, 18%.  11.7-15'..  NOTICE.  ���������\JOTICI. IS IH-liKI'-Y GIVKN that nppliea-  X^ tion will he made to the Legislative  Assembly of British Columbia, al its next, session, for mi net enabling the Noble Five Con-  -soliilatcd Mining and Milling Coinpunv  (Koreign) lo appropriate 500 inches of the  waters of Cody Creek in the Slocan Mining  Division, West Ivoolenay District, to - erect  flumes for the purpose of operating uconeen-  liiitcr, electric light plant, power drills ami all  oilier purposes usual, necessary or incidental  to the mining or milling of ores,, for. the usual  powers of expropriating lands for such purposes.  NOW.!-* FlVK CoXSOUDATKn'MlNlXll AX 11   "  (157-14.11.0)   '     "*        Milling Co., (Fokeiox)  NOTICE.  Wc the undersiRiied have this day  ili_solved partnership by mutual consent.  All debts due the liria of-F. Irviue &*Co.  are to be paid tb FrecVTi vine, who will  settle all liabilities agaiust said firm.  ���������_jg_ect ( Fted Riclla-daoni  Witness:   H. G. Irviue.  Nelsou," November 10th. 189C. '  Tbe business will be continued under  the Arm name of F. Irvine. & Co.   ..   F. IRVINE.    .  MOLLIE GIBSON MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Nelson Mining Division tif the  District  of   West   ICootenay.    Where  located:���������On the East slope and about 2 miles  from the source of Kokanee creek  rpAKENOTICE that I. Charles Moore, act-  _L   inj' as agent for Patrick W. George; i*iee  Miners certificate No. G5S').";, intend. Sixty tlavs  from the date hereof, to apply to the Miniug  Recorder  for a Certiticate of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of  thc above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37 must be commenced before ike Issuance of such Certificate oE Improvtments.  Dated this ith day of December, 189a  47--5-12-- CHAS. MOORE, Agent.  .11 :  I  Pacific Coast anil Eastern Poiiis.  St. Paul, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal,  t - '    St. Louis, Kansas City, Buffalo. New York.  _BJ__.T-ESS T-E3.-E. LOWEST.  . Greatest Variety of Routes, Kail null Stealers.  Leaves Nelson Tuesdays/Thursdays and Saturdays at; 9.3. o'clock, making  close connections with Transcontinental trains at Kevelstoke.  Ptisseugers for points north aud south of Robson will leave on. the 9:SO .train.  J. HAMILTON, H. K MACDONELL, GEO. McL. 13KOWN,  ~'f     Asent, Nelson,        Trav. Frgt. and Pass, ArI��������� Xelson.      Dist. Pass.,Apt..Vancouver  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN "Unit application will be made lo the Legislative  Assembly of the Province of British Columbia,  aiits next session, foraBiil cxteiuliiiK the lime  for I ho commencement and completion of tlie  works contemplated by the ICootenay fewer  Company's Construction Act: and-confirming  antl ratifying lo the petitioner, the powers of  the.eompiii.v and authorizing the company and  the petitioners to construct and operate tramways for freight and ��������� passenger trallic from  Nelson, II. C, to any point or points within a  radius of 2;> miles thereof, and to tako mid uso  from the Kootenay river in" the vicinity of the  falls ot the said river, water and power for  generating electricity, with the right to erect  and nidke all necessary building.-:, posts, flumes,  and.contrivances for using water power, generating nnd, transmitting" electricity to aiiy  points v.ithiii tlie said ratlius.  -. Dated this 27lh day of October, A. D. IS!...  HODWKLL & lltVINU,  ���������117-7-11-i! Solicitors for tho Applicants".  THE-.SURVEYOR'S   CHAIN    MADE   IT  THE SHORTEST  .  ,:   -TRANSCONTINENTAL    ROUTE.  It is I he Most Modern in E<iul|>in_iit.  It is I lie lleaviest_ltiiil.il Line.  It Iiiih a Kock-Knllnst Ito.-xltteri. "  li Crosses Xu Sand lUcssrils.  Ills  llie Only Line   Kiimiliig   Luxurious  (.lulu  Itooni tars.  tl is .N'olvil for the Courtesy or lis Employes.  It is the Only Line Serving Meals   ou the  a la Carte   I'lan.  THROUGH    THE  GRANDEST # SCENERY  , IN AMERICA BY DAYLIGHT.  Attractive Tours dniiug Season of  Navigation on Great Lakes -via Duluth in  connection with Magnificent Passenger  Steamers Northwest and Northland.  .lrMsiJIarilO-  STR  CITY OF  Leaves  Kaslo on Mondav. Wednesday and Friday at 9:(K) a. in". ���������-  Leaves  Nelson tin Tuesday, Thursday, iind Saturday at 9:00 a. in.*  The right is reserved to change  this  schedule at any time without notice.  ���������- . 101    "  Spokane Fails &  Northern R'y.  Nelson  &  Fort  Sheppard R'y.  AB Rail-to" Xptoe, Wast  . ONLY ROUTE TO THAILJMK AND.  Mineral District of the Colville Reservation'  UNcIsod, Kaslo, .Kootc.ay Lake _.Slocan Poiots.  Daily (Except Sunday) Between Spokane  ���������  and Nelson- - - '*'"  Leave 9.C0 a.m. NELSON Arrive 5-20 -p.m.  "    7.03 a i_.SP0&_.flE   " -  7 00 p.m.  For maps, tickets and complete information  call on or address Agents, K. & S. Ry., (J. & K.  S. Kav. Co., S. & F. S. Ky., or  .  C ii. E1I.VU.V, Cciicrnl .-gent.  Spokhne, Wasli.  F. I. WHIT.VEY, G. P. A T. A.,  SSI St. Pftul, Mlam,  Passengers for.Tr__.il Creek mines con  _<*.'_it N'-ilhi'ort wiih _-'.'.-it:r aud Steamer  Daily  Cii'.e ci-t.nections tit Nelson with  Steamers for Knslo ntd all Kooteuay  Lake poitiis.  Passengers for Kettle Eiver aud Boundary Creek, connect at Marcus with Stage  Daily, if  COLUMBIA  &  KOOTENAY  STEAM    NAV.  CO.  (LIMITED  TIME CARD No. IO  III     -ITY. I    JlllK'J ,HI_-.;.I-9C.  UKYElSTithi:   I14!lli:-M(i.ir.(<|. "_V|i_ku..i_'  heaves Arrowhead for Nakusp Robson anil  trail Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays ������*  7 p. in.  Jjcavcs Trail for Kobson. Knkusp, Arrow  head and Canadian l'acil.t' runway points  (������������������list antl west l Tu'osdi'.ys, 'I Imivliys niid  .attivdaysat ���������!.:'(' p.rn.  Cnriiicctlon Uuiiiilc at Kobson with C. & K  u'y. for Nelson anil Koolenay Lnko points.  \UltTliroiM-TltAII_   KOIiTK  Steamer "l.j lion."  heaves Trail for Nortliport Daily except  Stiatliiys at 8 a. in.. retnrniiiB to Trail same  evening.  Connects at. Nortliport  with S.  V. &. N.IIy  fnr*.|iok:ino. _  .\>'L_OX.|iAS-0 UOi:TK.--*Slr Ki-I-iiii.i-."  Loaves   Nelson  ft r Kaslo Daily ixct i i iMi  days at 1:10 p.m.  Leaves Kaslo for Nelson  Daily  except Sun  days at t>:U0n.in.  Tho ripht is reserved to change this schedule  at any lime without notice.  For tickets, rates, etc., apply at Company,  olllcu, Nelson. *  T. ALLAN,  -Secretary.  J. AV. TIIOUP,  Manager  ATORTHERN  Iv    PACIFIC RY.  RUNS i.i  EicMmcm^Sleeping^Cans-   Elegant Dining Cars  Tourist Sleeping Cars  SI. I'.*Ill  .im-KAI'OMS  ih'm;iii  iak������;o  I'lM-ll    IWKK.'.  t'KOMK'-'TOX  WIX\|I������K|;  ll .'li-Vl nml  i in;ni;  THROUGH   TICKET'S  TO  -TO-  <m������ tt;o  M'.ISIII.XC'I'O.V  riii-..tH'M-in_t  .M'tV TIIIIH  ItOSTOX ii ml all  I'ollils I'ast,  Wt-Kl ami SMiiitli.  For information, time cards, mafs and ttcketi  call en or write      _,  -..._..' F. D.   GIBBS,  ��������� General Agent,-Spokane, }\'u..h  or  . A.  D.  CHARLTON    '  As.it. Cent   Pass. Agent Portland, 0>::,]c-n  S.S, Alberta  LEAVE KASLO'for Ainsworth, Pilot Cay and  Nelson daily (Sundays excepted) at 7 a. ni.  LKAVK NKLSON for Pilot Bay. Ainsworth  and   Kaslo  daily  (Sundays  excepted)   at  3.30 p.m."  Close connection is thus made between Lake  points and nli outgoing and .incoming trains of  the C. P. 11. at Nelson.  The steamer is newly equipped in every par  tic-Jar, is lit.throughout by electricity, and  cotit air.s bathroom and all modern con ve:;ionces  for the comfort of passengers. ���������,���������,,, .,  The above schedule is in effect 1st of April  1S36 subject to change.  JAS. WAUGH GEO. P. HAYWATtT)  Pnreor.     31 JMaat.r


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