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 VOL. 5.���������NO. 40.  SANDON, B. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1902.  $2.00 PER YEAR.  Smelter For Sandon.  |ftlr. Ryan Agent fop a San Francisco  Syndicate Makes a Proposition  to Sandon People.  A Mr. Ryan on behalf of a the Vulcan  Smelting Syndicate was in the city  this  |.veek promulgating plans for the   erec-  ]ion of a smelting works   at this   point,  tnd we should not be surprised if the unlikely should happen and that   Sandon,  jiverlooked by all, should   in   the   near  future have such an industry of its own.  |vVe havfi not, of course, as many eligible  -ites to offer as other places have;   but  ill that is wanted is   one   suitable   and  Lhat one can be secured.    Capable business men know that-the ore is   here   to  ceep the project in contiuous operation,  tnd there is no doubt   on   that   point,  k'liere is no point in the country in which  |>re,fluxes aud fuel can be brought togethe  jnore  readily���������where the one is present  jhe others are absent, and after all it is  Jionceded by those who are qualified to  judge, th&costof hauling fluxes and fuel  Is less than that of hauling ore.     It  is  fell en cheaper to haul Mohammet to the  (nountain than to haul the mountain to  Mohammet.   Ano' her great  advantage  lit a smelter situated here is that a large  mrt of   our   product   can   1>g   emptied  (direct from wagons.and-- trams   instead  lof hauling by freight, leaving  the   fuel  }.md flux supplies and the   bullion only  subject to railway charges.   Mr. Ryan's  (company have built one at;Ferguson,  jand they have   many  in   operation   in  several   portions  of   the   States.   The  special advantage of his smelters is they  {require less fuel than the others in use,  {Utilizing the sulphur in the ore as a fuel  (element;' the   per   centage  of sulphur  (varying   the   amount of fuel required;  jwhen it runs high the  fuel would be re-  jdui-ed to a very small per centage.  lie held an audience with the mine  (owners on Saturday evening,'and the  (results appeared very favorable. He  Jwas assured that with all the mines  (shipping'.our output would not be less  (than 25,000 tons, which would require a  ������70 ton smelter; but there would be no  (mistake in erecting one of a capacity of  1150 tons a day to meet the requirements  hi a few years hence. At present prices  he found our ore was a $60 a ton pro-  fiuet, but might easily be increased^one  ���������hird at fair prices.  He was also assured there was a huge  limestone dyke across the mountain  [rom the slaughter house to the American Boy, that would supply all the lime  jequired. We had also dry ore convenient, leaving iron alone the missing link  hat would have to be hauled in no  (natter where the institution might be  located.  On Tuesday Mr. Ryan met the city  Council and went fully into the merits  J'f'his proposition, saying his company  Ivas financially strong and meant busines  If the people of Sandon were prepared to  fneet them with moderate inducements.  tie bad met tne mine owners and was  Convinced sufficient ore could be got to  operate a large institution; that fuel and  jlluxes could be bought here as cheaply  Is to any other point, so much devolved  In the attitude of the people themselves  Is to the realization of the .enterprise.  The instition would require a site of  four or five acres of land, a water and  light supply and other inducements,  and he' showed by the statutes how it  was possible for the city to offer all the  inducements his company might require.  The council then appointed Aldermen  Folliott and Cameron a committee with  Mr. Ryan to look over the merits of  possible sites, and confer with the owners as to the conditions on which they  could be secured for the purpose.  After going over the suburbs, Mr.  Ryan and the committee conclude a  suitable site can be got on the Urban  property, and it will be given free  of charge.  We understand it is the intention ol  Mr. Ryan's company, or at least members of it, to be here in a couple of weeks  and make'Sandon their headquarters  while looking over the country with a  view to dealing with the matters in all  it's details. At writing we can say but  little more on the subject. Doubtless  the next, few days will develop more"information on the matter. Suffice it then  to say Mr. Ryan is thoroughly satisfied  with the surroundings of Sandon as a  smelter centre, and more than pleased  with the manner in which; the council  and business men of the place have  taken hold of the matter with him. He  gives every assurance/ he. can that the  enterprise will be. taken hold of by his  people,, and rushed through with all  despatch, pending, of course, the favorable closing up of all matters relating  to site, water, &c.  Town Jottings.  In Tunnel and Stope.  The Goodenough Mines, Limited, will  hold their annual general meeting on  Tuesday, April 8th, at Kaslo.  The Monitor is likely to.be run steadily all this year with a record of 100  tons a month or more. Mr. Gintzberger  is causing this property to make a mark  for itself.  The annual general meeting of the  Hillside Silver Mines, Limited, will be  held in their office at Kaslo on Monday,  31st of March. The company's mines  are near Whitewater.       ;; ���������  The Spring Creek basin, about two  miles above Cody, is likely to unfold  several important mines' the coming  summer, viz: Alice and Zuni, Carbonates No. 2, the Texas, the Fourth of  July, the Salem, St. Antonio and the  Carbonate.  Mr. Robb has charge of the Wellington mine at Whitewater, that has been  a silent property for the last five years.  That gentleman says, however, it is now  likely to resume operations permanently.   It used to be a good shipper.  The Kaslo-Slocan Mining and Financial Corporation, Limited, has been  formed in London to take over the  claims of the Chapleau Mining Co., and  those that hitherto been handled by  Ernest Mansfield. The capital stock ie  ������500,000 or $2,500,000.  The Spring Creek property, two miles  above Cody has now some 1,350 feet of  workings, one of these is a tunnel on  small leads and another is a crosscut  450 feet long.   The main  ledge has not  Fresh ranch eggs at Giegerich's.  The council are thinking of commencing work on the flume at once.  Mrs. Barnard, of Greenwood, is in the  citv visiting friends and relatives.  D.J. Robertson has bought the balance of the Bunyan stock in Nelson.  Geo. Creech's house is receiving the  finishing touches the past few days.  Mr. Brown, of Nelson, brother-in-law  of Mr. H. Byers, is making a visit in  the city.  ��������� The-site selected for the smelter is  where Lovatt'a old saw mill stood below  the city.  Rotaries and snow ploughs were in  demand on the C. P. R. and K. & S. the  past week.  Tho?. Brown and A. B. Docksteader  have been gazetted license commissioners for Sandon.  Mr.nnd.Mrs. Byron Sharp, of Nelson,  arrived in the city on Sunday, to spend  a short visit with friends.  Mayor Cunning left on Tuesday for a  long southern trip. He will probably  take in New York while away.  Supt. Fingland, of the Monitor  mine, has returned after spending a  lengthy visit to the old country.  St. Patrick's day was celebrated at  Sandon,- Silverton and Nakusp, by  dances being held in the evening.  The ladies of the Methodist church  have a sale .. of fancy work on Easter  Monday, in the basement of the church.  Mr. Banish, a mining engineer of  more than a provincial reputation, is  now looking over the workings of the  Payne.  Silverton had one of the best concerts  ever held in that town on Monday last.  Even St. Patrick was there with the  rest, including Father Cote.  The tafry pull drew out $12 at Crawford's hall on 'Thursday night. Mr.  Ping Pong put in his first public appearance in Sandon that night.  Sport is not all cash. Our local curling club was out $50 by "Dr." Lynch, on  a cheque that was N. G., until it was  made good by the Rossland boys.  E.A.Cameron who has been supplying  the people with coal to keep them warm  all winter, is now laying in a stock of  ice to keep them cool all summer.  Talk of hockey. The match on Monday between Rossland and Sandon here  was one of the best, of the season, Although the score stood 12 to 3 in favor  of Sandon, there was some good playing  from start to finish, and all in the best  of nature. It is the good nature of the  Rossland men that is always a pleasing  feature of their playing.  Mrs. Chae. Py pliers, of the Reco, received a very handsome and costly  silver water sett from Rossland a few  days ago. The present came from the  courteous curlers of that city, and is a  token of appreciation on their part for  the kind attention paid by her to the  members of the club during their stay  at the hotel for the bonspiel. The souvenir Is prettily engraved in scroll with  her own name, and on  the tray the in  Fresh ranch eggs at Giegerich's.  Trout Lake is to have an hospital.  Dr. Forin, of Nelson,  was in the city  on Monday.  Mr. Ryan, the smelter man, went to  Kaslo on Wednesday.  D. W. Moore, the Trail ore buyer, was  in the city this week.  The Kootenay Teachers' Institute'  opens at Nelson the 1st of April. _  A fine stock of ingrain wall paper at  Cliffe's bookstore, nearly all colors.  Mr. Hill, theltosebery sawmill man.  was in the' city Tuesday on his way  to Kaslo.  M.E.Hall was in town this week.  He is assaying and book-keeping at the  He wet t mine.  D. B. Stewart still writes to Kaslo  saying he has 6trong hopes of putting  through the smelter deal.  The Canadian Northern railway paid  $90,000 duty on a shipment of $350,000  worth of railroad supplies in Winnipeg.  People are praying for a let up in the  fall of the beautiful snow, but their  prayers don't appear to reach the hill  tops.  J. R. Cameron is skirmishing lively  for his share of the merchant tailoring  business, and his stock fully entitles  him to it.  Miss Dalby and Miss English, late  teachers in the Sandon school, are-expected to spend Easter Sunday visiting  with Mrs. Clifl'e.  For the Easter holidays the C. P. R.  will issue return tickets at a fare and a  third. Selling dates March 27. 28 and  2.9, good to return till April 2.  People want to see their local papers  full of local news, even in times like  these; and a reporter may ask a score or  more of them before he can find an item.  The Miner says the Tourist Associa-'  tion intends to stock the country adjacent to Nelson with Mongolian pheasant.  They will be an excellent substitute for  capital with which to work our undeveloped properties.  Even the shrewest men often miss  opportunities and they don't know it.  There is a man in this city who was once  offered a large interest in the Crow's  Nest coal fields by paying a portion of  the assessment dues, and at the time he  could see nothing in it. He sees his  mistake now, howeyer.  Reco hotel arrivals.���������H Gicgerich, W  J.Twiss, P H Walsh, Kaslo: M E Hall,  Silverton; T Cline, San Francisco; J H  Freeman, Victoria; J S Black, New  Denver; If Finn, Vancouver; J H Me-  Cormick, Nakusp; D W Moore, Trail;  A C Forin, Slocan; J J Choate J W  Allan, G\i Miller, Nelson; C D Clark,  C Brett, J S Connacher, J Tier, Three  Forks.  Sandon Ore Shipments.  yet been reached, but it is thought it  cannot be   far distant   unless   the dip! senption "All right" is finely cut out  varies greatly. ��������� j in the centre  The following are the ore shipment8  from Sandon for the week :  Mine. Tons.  Sunset  (30  Reco  40  American Boy  40  Total.  140  awawjiamminiim^Mtwium  ������mwmuB������MM������mwMiMM  allJjMUW^AMlMMIWi^WiWlJiMMBiBBB f^tpr^* -.7* ^^^T'iV"'W'Trt������' rsj>���������ajh y-*^n-r /������-'i-������.d  't������i1i',"-'*it'*f *  --ZTJ-JtWitfr-f-  THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, Mar-h 1902.  fT������  lie Mining Review.  SATURDAY,  MARCH 22,  1902.  THE ORIENTALS.  From what has been  made  public of  the report   of  the Royal commission,  their finding is  very  einpathic against  the   "heathen   Chinese."     There   are  several reasons why the importation of  Chinese and Japs should be completely  prohibited.   In the fiist place, no white  man can  live on  the  wages they are  willing to take, and without white labor  and its  consequent consumption,    the  bulk of our commercial  houses,  wholesale or  retail,  will   have  "to  shut, up  shop."   Even if the  Chinese and  Japs  were consumers like Europeans,   they  would buy  but   little from   European  dealers, for wherever there is any number of them  t'ey establish  their own  stores   and   business   houses  that  the  Jews  may have no  dealings with   the  Gentiles.     Another  objection   is   that  when the}' accumulate means' instead of  investing where they make them; as the  European   invariably   does,    they send  their earnings   to   China   and Japan,'  draining the country of its  wealth  and  other resources; but these are  not all.  The Oriental population of this country  nearly 20,000 at present is   all  males;  whereas   if  displaced   by   Europeans,  they   would  have their   families with  them swelling  the number  to at least.  ��������� 50,000 souls.    In addition to  increasing  otn commercial   business,   this   multiplicity of population would increase our  revenues federally and provincially, and  place the country in many respects on a  much better footing.   These and sundry  other reasons of likefotte are arguments  why our entire  population  should   set  their feet firmly against  the  Orientals.  On the other hand'if white labor does not  secure all the public sympathy:it would  be otherwise entitled  to,  it  has itself  only in many respects to.blame.   It but  too often urges strikes when the circumstances do not  warrant them; it often  insists on wages that are out of  propor-/  tion to the increased  cost of living   in  this country; and  it  too often evades  paying    the   legitimate    prices   of the  country by supporting cheap labor here  and elsewhere.   A glance.at the unloading of express parcels at all the express  oflices of the country, showing the goods  consigned to labor from Katun and other  cheap houses   in   the   east   must,  and  does,alienate sympathy where itought to  be secured.     Go again into the Chinese  shops of every class���������lailors^hooniukcre;  Arc,  Ac,���������of  Victoria or wherever the  Chinese are numerous, and you will find  white   labor and very   often   union   :it  that theirbest patrons.    Jf  while labor  will support the   colored  Chinaman  or  the Jap in   this country or  the   white  China manor Jap shops of Toronto-  such as Eaton's���������if cannot expect   the  sympathy of the whites it is driving out  of business here.    We  are quite aware  arguments like these will  stir up labor  SORE   NECK  Take Scott's Emulsion for  scrofula. Children often have  sores on the neck that won't  heal up. The sores may come  and go. Parents may not  know what's the matter nor  what to do. Scrofula is the  trouble and Scott's Emulsion  is the  medicine.  Scott's Emulsion heals the  sores. But that is not all.  Scrofula leads to consumption.  This is the real danger.  Scott's Emulsion is the  "ounce of prevention" that  keeps off consumption.  We'll send you a Utile to try, if you like.  SCOTT   &   HOWNK,       Chemists, Toronto.  hostility here and elsewhere,   but   we  know they are sound  and  must   even  tually prevail.  SOCIALISM.  True, genuine socialism has the right  ring about it, but it must be separated  from the bastard theories and anarchy  in every form. True socialism believes  in taking nothing from any one by force,  and giving nothing to any one who is  too lazy to work and improvident.  Fundamental principles are- state  management in the interest of all. work  and industry in all, and a comfortable  ! living for all who  participate  without  Just within her grasp  safety ��������� but   she  does not see it; she  looking the wrong  way.    There's many  woman  struggling  a   sea  of disease  who  is  doing  the,  same   thing���������  looking   the  slavery; education for all, and proper  care of the aged and infirm���������that is  genuine equality.  The state says the strong physically  must take nothing from the weak  physically by force; but at every turn  it justifies the strong mentally in taking  all and everything from the weak  mentally. If a strong-minded man  succeeds in buying from his weak-  minded neighbor a $10,000 farm for  $100 the state secures him the ownership. If a man unfortunate through  sickness, losses by fire or other causes  he cannot personally control, becomes  unable to meet his liabilities to his  wealthy and more fortunate neighbor,  the law allows the latter through process to slaughter the other's assets and  secure them for a mere song. These are  some of the strong reasons why true  socialism desires a change���������one by  which these things become impossible,  the state protec'.ing the mentally and  physically weak in a living in return for  honest labor.  To the Deaf. I  A ,iich Judy cured <������f '"t o-i'- <:���������> > n-' ' < '.  ill the llead'by Dr. Nicholsni-'s \ r';li-"in| I--:,  Drums, gnvc ?10,UOO to his Institute, s<> ih-j  deaf people unable to procure the ' Eur Dnimi  limy have thorn free. Address No. 1 ���������1525, this  Nicholson Institute, "SO, Kightb Avenue, Neil  York, U.S. A. I   ��������� \  Farmers' Names Wanted.       -r  Send us the nnm< s and postollice addresses of  EI.KVKN FAKMEKH who have laud to clear o;',  who use a STUMP i'ULLKJi, and we wit] mail  FUKE to vour address, acopvofour STOKlK.s  of the WHEAT NORTHWEST, now goiiij; v!  press. Write plainly, and address the \v|  SMITH CKUH liKEWO., LA CKOcSE, WIS.     }  Engineers/,Firemen, Machinists   I  {  and electricians send for 40-page pamphj  let containing questions afked by ex;  amining board of engineers to obtaii  Engineers' license, address Geo. A  Zeller, publisher, 18 S -1th st., St. Louis,  Mo., U. S. A.  A. R. HEYLAND,  ENGINEER,  AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.  SANDON, B.C.  i  There is one thing on which the people of Sandon arc at last unanimous,  and that is their undivided support of  the smelter [imposition. This is as it  should be. At the very best the people  are noife too numerous:.and none too  strong, so it is only by unanimity anything can be accomplished. On several  occasions this paper has suggested the  council should have taken the initiative  in a scheme of this kind, but they did  not see their way clear to do it. Now,  however, they are all disposed to do  everything they can to further the proposal-made, and the citizens are behind  them to a man. As far as we can learn,  Mr. Ryan will -send a-very strong recommendation of the scheme to his  backers, and in a few days some of them  will be here, and most likely put the  matter in definite shape. Mr. liyan is  fully aware that while oilier places.may  offer, what on the surface may appear  better inducements,  they in   the   long  Alia Lodge, No. 29.  A. b\ AND A. Jr. I  Regular f'oinimu.iralion of the lodge. i  Meets first Thursday in each month"at 8 p. m.*  Visiting brethren cordially invited. ^  . .fAMI'S M. JIAKTON, See'jr. f'  3  1  i  \  ft  ,-  H  5  F  I  /  1  1  f  r  I  ;'.  I  i  Spokane Fails &  Northern R'y.l  Nelson & Fort  Sheppard R'y.f  Red Mountain Railway.  wrong   way���������  snatching,  at I run disappear before the stubborn facts  x va<;    medicinal j .,      -    .        ���������'���������-., ,           .                ;     T,  $Jt0   straws when the that nature enables us  to present.    He  .-^\     life   buoy,   Dr. | sees that enough ore can be got herein  Pierce's Favorite Prescrip- i            ,      ;"         ,       ��������� ,    ,   " ���������           -,,  tion is within her reach, ������ col,Plc otyears hence toJteep a smolt-  The only all rail r^ute between all "points ������  east, west, and south to Ross'and, Nelson nnd|  intermediate points; connecting at Spokane |  with Great Northern, Northern Pacific, and O. |  K. it N. Co.  ' -       '   '!  ( oiui'.'cis at - Rosslund with the Canadian |  Pacific Railway for Koundary (.'reek points.       |  ('O'1' ec's nt Myei's Fulls with stage daily for I  Republic. ' ...... Jj.  Isun'ett service on trains between Spokane ti  and .Nelson.      . , ������."  -Effective November lUth, 1901.  A mavis 4  Lkavk. Day Train.  9:20 a. m  ..Spokane... 7:15 p .tu. 8  l'2:'2o p. in... Rossland "1:10 p, m. ft .  S'l-lO.a. in... Nelson....'........ .0:45 p. m. j|.  II. A. JAUIISON, G. I', it T. A., ' f  -Spokane, Wash.      .-.- i  G. Iv.TACICABURY, I,  Agent, Nelson, R. C.     |"  Many a woman has testified :"��������� "I know I should  not be alive to-day but for Dr. Pierce's  Favorite Prescription." This famous  medicine establishes regularity, dries  weakening drains, heals inflammation  and ulceration, and cures female weakness.  Weak and sick women, especially those  suffering from diseases of long standing,  are invited to consult Dr. Pierce, by letter,  free: All correspondence is held as  strictly private and sacredly confidential.  Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.  ������-I take pleasure in writing to let you know  the great good I received from your ' Favorite  Prescription ' and your ' Pleasant Pellets. ' savs  Mrs, Nora Caddie, of Kio, Hart Co., Ky. "I  took seven or eight bottles of' Favorite Prescription ' and one or two vials of the 'Pellets.'  Think I would have been in my grave had it  not been for your medicines. It has beeu about  four months since I took the medicine. I was  all run down, had loss of appetite, could not"  sleep at night, was nervous, had backache,  black spots on my limbs, and sick headache all  the time. I have not had sick headache since I  took your medicine."  "Favorite Prescription" makes weak  women strong, sick women well. Accept  no substitute for the medicine which,  works wonders for weak women.  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure dizziness and sick headache.  er of the largest capacity in steady run,  and that with comparatively little  charge for haulage���������a large per centage  of the supply can be unloaded from rawhides, wagons and trams, direct from  the mines. It will require very large  offers in other localities to offset this  annual saving for all time. It is quite  likely that in two or three weeks' time  we may have definite and most desirable news to give on the subject.  Everybody Wants  the Best Coal.  Try   Loth bridge  Coal,  then  you  will j  have the bent and  cheapest.    This coal j  will make the hottestand brightest fires,  besides it is  earily handled, as it is very j  clean.    We have it forall kindsof grate. I  if  ������  ������������������������ $. Cameron.  !  The lMuestreak says "the Mining  Review is worrying along between life  and death." ���������If it is of any satisfaction  to our confrere, and those who suck the  same quill, we may saythis ofllce has  made double as much money the past,  six months as the Bluestreak is worth  body, bones and breeches. In a very  short time the Review will appear as a  very live.corpse.  **������J%������ Wood's'HiOBpfcodinSX  *&&S)/>f9W<      T!.c Great English -Remedy.  Sold and recommended by all  druggists in Canada. Only reliable medicine discovered.   Siz  ���������packages guaranteed to cure all  {  forms of Sexual Weakness, all effects of abuse  j  or excess, Mental Worry, Excessive use of To-   j.  bacco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt '.  of price, one package $1, six, $5.. One will please, .)  six VfiU euro.  Pamphlets free to any address.     f  Tito Wood Company, Windsor, Oat. )  Wood's 1'hosphodine is sold in Sandon by     j  E. K. McQeen aud JK. ,1. Donaldson,  Druggists,     j  ���������       - -' (  ft  I'  "Sri!������'  ?ZZr*!H*W*****!?m$S  .w-.-r^^.r^:^^  t������.Y-'f*iinc������*,1rrv'. s ���������5^---- ������������������ i ^T^^E^r-^T? ny-Tsi^-;* *-^**5*7������! ^������fi^^l'^ir?^,4^"?~  ::,1/!"-  Mimmnjiu,wiwnaHwmu^*iw ������  \ j**if������������>*<fx\ THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, March 22, 1902,  The Canadian Northwest  REGULATIONS.  Any even numbered section of Do-  Iminion Lands in Manitoba or Northwest Territories, excepting 8 and 2(3,  (which has not been homesteaded, reser-  jved to provide wood lots for settlers, or  If or other purposes, may he homesteaded  jupon by any person who is the sole head  (of a family, of any male over 18 years,  Jto the extent of one quarter section of  jlGO acres, more or less.  ENTRY.  Entry may be made personally at the  Jlocal land oflice for the district in which  (the land to be taken is situate, or if the  jhomesteader desires, he may, on application to the xMinisterof the Interior,Ot-  itawa, the Commissioneroflmmigration,  lYVinnipeg, or the Local Agent for the  [district, in which the land is situate, re-  iceive authority for some one to make  [entry for him. A fee of; $10 is charged  [for ordinary homestead entry.  HOMESTEAD DUTIES.  Under   the   present  law   homestead  duties must be formed in one of the following ways, namely:     '  (1) By at least six months, residence  upon and cultivation of the land in each  year during the term of three years;  (2(   If the father or the mother (if the  i father-is deceased) or any person who is  I eligible to' make a homestead entry, resides upon a farm in the vicinity of the  land entered for by such   person   as   a  homestead, the requirements of the law  las to residence prior to obtaining patent  ' may be satisfied by such person residing  with the father or mother.  (3) If a settler has obtained a patent  for his first homestead, on  a certificate  1 for the issue of- such patent countersigned in the manner prescribed in the  ���������Dominion Lands Act, and has obtained  entry-for a second homestead, the requirements of this Act as to residence  prior to obtaining patent may be satis  lied by residence on the first homestead'.  (4) If the settler has his permanent  residence upon farming land owned by  him in the vicinity of his homestead,  the requirements of the law as to residence may be satisfied by residence upon the said land.  , APPLICATION FOR PATENTS.  . Should be made at the end of three  years, before the Local Agent, Sub-  Agent or, the Homstead Inspector, before 'making application for the''patent  the settler must give six month's notice  in writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of his intention  to do so.  INFORMATION. '  New-arrived immigrants will receive  at the Immigration Oflice at Winnipeg,;  or at any. Dominion Lands Office in  Manitoba or the Northwest Territories  information as to the lands that are  open for entry, and fiom the officers in  charge, free of expense, advice and assistance in securing lards to suit them ;  and full information, respecting the  land, timber, coal and mineral laws, as  well as respecting Dominion Lands in  the Railway Belt in British Columbia  may be obtained upon application to  the Secretary at the Department of the  Interior, Ottawa; the Commissioner of  Immigration, Winnipeg, Manitoba, or  to any of the Dominion Lands Agentsin  Manitoba or the Northwest Territories.  NOTICE.  To John II. Gray and to any and all  others to whom he may have transferred  his interest in the Pansy and Violet  mineral claims situated on Payne mountain, in the Slocan Mining Division of  West Kootenay District, British Col-'  umbia.  Take notice that I, D. E. Sprague,a co-  owner in each of the said Pansy aud  Violet mineral claims, have expended  !rl02.50 in doingand having recorded the  annual assessment work on the said  Pansy mine!alclaim for the year,ending  .July 29th, 1901, as required by section  24 of the Mineral'Act, and $102.50 in  doing and having recorded the annual  assessment work on the said Violet  mineral claim for the year ending  August 9th, 1901, as required by section  24 of the Miueral Ace, and that if within  ninety days from the date'of the first  publication of this notice you fail or  refuse to contribute your proportion of  the said expenditure, being one-eighth  of the amount*1 expended in respect of  each of the said mineral claims,amounting to $12.80 in respect of each of said  claims, together with all costs of advertising, your interest in the said claims  will become vested in me the undersigned, under the provisions of section  4 of the "Mineral Act, Amendment  Act, 1900."  The address for payment of the said  moneys to me the said D. E. Sprague is,  care of McAnn ec Mackay,  Barristers,  Kaslo, B. C.  Dated the 11th day of March, 1902.  d.'e. SPRAGUE.  A CITY OF WONDER,  PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY.  The Smelting Centre of the Similkameen Valley. Backed by the payrolls  of two gigantic coal companies and the Copper and Kennedy mountain mines.  Surrounded by the following resources, coal, gold, copper, silver and fine  agricultural countrys. Large herds of cattle, fruit in abundance with a climate  almost southern and all that could be asked.  Ashnola is owned 'and backed by the payroll of the Similkameen Valley Coal  Company, Limited, which is a guarantee in itself of its success. ,The equipment  and development of their coal mines, installing of water, electric light and power  plants are already arranged far. The development of the Ashnola Coal Company's  mines by the Toronto capitalists who have established their payroll at Ashnola,  make it the coming city of the interior of British Columbia.  Lots In Ashnola are Safe Investments.  In blocks I to 4 and 13 to 20 the price will be advanced 2f> per cent per month  until May 1st, 190?, and 10 per cent in the remaining blocks. The present price  is from $50 to $225, 25 per cent cash, 3, fi and 9 months without interest.  Arrangements are already completed for 38 buildings, including cottages lor  the employees.of the company at Ashnola. This work will be under full headway  by May 1st. The company's stock is now selling at $1,10 per cent down, balance  m 9 equal payments. .   !" . .   ��������� c  For further information apply to  lf COAL CO. LTD.  JMSMcmmsmmmmsmmmmmmnBTSBm  (>  Your CIotKes  $re Old...  JAMES A. SMART,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���������In addition to Free Grant  Lands-to which the Regulations above  stated refer, thousands of acres of most  desirable lands are available for lease or  purchase from railroad or any other cor-  poratiods and private firms .in Western  Canada.  M. L. GRIMMETT, IX.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary  Public, Etc.  Sandon, British Columbia.  B.  aeuiRi    vwiaaa  PA  COFFEE ROASTERS  Dealers in TEA AND COFFEE.  We are ofl'erini: ut the lowest prices  the best eradesof ("oylon, liulin, china  nntl Japan Teas.  For Prices see Kelson daily papers.  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  Kootenay Coffee Co.,  P. 0. BOX 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON, B.C.  Then why not get the best to be had in the  country for the money. An ininicn.se stock  of the best goods and latest patterns now on  hand.     Von will be convinced  bv calling on  J. t CAMERON,  Sandon, The Leading Merchant  Tailor in the Kootenay Country  ���������r -  i'L BiJirfWJrjIr'ii.-iwY-t* .-��������������������������������������������� --, ,������(.j.-r--~v-. -..-,��������� ���������  THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, March 22,  1902.  L.'  Tlie Mining Review.  SATURDAY,  MARCH 22.   1902.  f  W. W. Warner is shipping two cars o  ore from the Wonderful today,    He says  everything is looking well at  the mine.  The Enterprise mine has G5 men at  work and the Hewett 25. These are the  only mines at Silverton that are doing  much.  The Eeco, the Sunset, the American  Our \\. C. legislature at the present is   Boy aml ofcher properties are gfcill mw_  a peculiar institution   for more reasons   hiding steadily and  making the ordin-  than one.    One day it is a  regular bear  ary shipments.  garden, the next it ia  transformed into I     An assay of Urban   ore  shows   it to  an amphithatre to witness a bull light,   contain C5.1 in  silver and S1.8 in lead,  sufficiently   high   values   to  make the  and  the next  it becomes a sort of bull  baiting institution with "fighting .Toe"  in the pen, and the canines all around  "sicking" him  on;   but he don't sick  worth   a cent.   The  opposition   know  that Joe holds the life or death of the  government in  his  hands and for that  reason they spend half their time framing resolutions and  amendments to the  government's     programme,    involving  principles in which   Joe  is on  record;  but be quails not.    Dunsmuir has mesmerized Joseph, and  that  settles it for  the present session a t least.   Joe does not  hesitate to acknowledge when cornered,  the amendments and  resolutions of the  opposition affirm his past principles (?)  but be also says what of principle when  the life of the government is at stake?  .Responsibile government in B. 0. at the  present   moment   is,  therefore,  but  a  name and a name only���������it don't exist.  The government can  say in  effect "the  people   and    the   people's   wishes  he  d d," all we have to do is to please  Joseph.  property a paying shipper.  FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS.  Airs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used  bv millions of mothers for their children when  teething. H disturbed at nierht and b'oken in  your rest by a sick child, suffering and crying  \vitn pain of cutting teeth. Send at once and  get a bottle of "Mrs.Winslow's Soothing Syrup"  for ehildren teething. Jt will relieve the poor,  little sufferer immediately. I epend upon it,  mothers, there is no mistake about it. It euied  diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bowels,  cures Wind Colic, softens t^e gumsand reduced  Inliammation, and gives tone and pnergy to the  system "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup" for  children teething is pleasant to the taste and is  'he prescription of one of the oldest and best  female physicians mid nurse* in the United  States J'ricc'.'oc a bottle. Sold byall druggists  throughout the world Sits sure and ask for  ".Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup."  Cook's Cotton Soot Compound  Is successfully used monthly by over  '10,000Ladies. Safe, effectual. Ladies ask  your dru?������-;;t for Cook's Cotton Boat Con-  ponnd. Take no other, as all Mixtures, pills and  imitations are dangerous. Price, No. 1, $lper  box; No. 2, io degrees stronger,$3 per box. No.  1 or 2, mailed on receipt of price and two 8-eent  Stamps. The Cook Company Windsor, Ont.  |2?~Nos. i and 2 sold and recommended by all  responsible Druggists in Canada. ���������  No. 1 Biid-Vo. 2 sir- sold in Sandon by E. F.  McQueen and F. J. Donaldson, Druggists.  It is quite evident the B.C. legislature will develop sense enough to defeat the Mann ctMcKen/.ie railway deal.  Even that body is not yet prepared to  hand over the rest of the province to  Mann & McKenzie.  7 n  The chief tin born member of the  House, Smith Curtis'*, now proposes to  abolish the two per cent tax on mines.  Then why did he endorse it all along,  while bringing r around the industrial  chaos now found on everv hand.  Men are now returning from the  Horsefly country sadder but wiser. It  ���������would bother a philosopher to tell why  men persist in going from the Slocan to  hunt for mineral when there is more of  it here to the square foot than in any  other part of the world.  The strike at the Northport smelter  has been declared off. The Western  Federation of Labor cut oil'the weekly  allowance it had been paying the union  while on strike, and there was no cure  but an unconditional surrender. This  was made, the union returned its charter and disbanded.  In Tunnel and Stope.  The Bosun is shipping regularly.  The Arlington ships a car daily.  Ten Mile Creek has ninety men working all told.  Lead is worth $28.75 in London, and  silver 54-JjjC. in New York.  The-Wellington at Whitewater shipped a car of ore to the Hall mines  smelter, Nelson, Tuesday.  IV  Late of the Eeco mine.  Has taken charge of the  The Filbert Cafe  MEALS AT ALL HOURS  AND AT ALL PRICES.  The Filbert is the leading cafe  in Sandon. The meals are equal  to any in the Kootenays.  The flost Complete Health Resort  On the Continent of North America.  SITUATED HIDST SCENbRY  UNRIVALLED FOR GRANDEUR.  lakpi 1 Springs Mm,  HALCYON SPRINGS, ARROW LAKK, B.C.  Resident physician and nurse. Boating,  fishing and excursions.' In telegraphic communication with all parts of the'world. Two  mails arrive and depart every day. Special  Winter Terms: $12 t.o$lA per week, according  to residence in hotel or villas. Its baths cure  all nervous and muscular diseases. Its waters  heal all kidney, liver and stomach ailments.  K-<  ���������������������������������������5.  (ettte������tt������������t*tt*c������������te������et**ftt������te������eoa������e<*((t<s������eo������������(((  Secure One of Those Beautiful  Suits of "Health Brand" Underwear.    Only a Few left.  ALL WOOL. ALL STYLES. ALL PRICES.  XI.I'./l.i'i|M.|'|.ri.i'i,il,|.���������,tl'l.l|.|'|/!./'l<<l.l'li".l'WI.I'l/l.IS(M.<'l������'������.(������W't.r (���������l.<"W'W>i'l.<,l<'l,(������u'  FOR SALE ONLY AT  THE HUNTER-KENDRICK fco. LTD.  e  9  9  ���������  o  a  9  9  9  9  e  9  9  9  9  9  9  9.  9  9  O  ���������  9  9  9  Established 1858.. # >;  M. R. Smith &Co|  Hannfacturers of all kinds of     j  Plain and Fancy |  VICTORIA, B.C.  BRANCH-VANCOUVER, B. C.  WORLD'S SCENIC ROUTE.  I  1  Direct Line  i  i  k  ;l  Lowest Rate,  "ft  EAST                          WEST  &  $  Winnipeg                   Vancouver  Toronto                       Victoria  'is  Ottawa                       Seattle  flontreaf                      Portland  I  New York                   San Francisco-  if  n-i  VIA SOO LINE  'ft  St, Paul, Chicago and all  '-������  LL S. Points.  hi'  TOURIST SLEEPER SEIiVICE.  i  >r;ti  EAST���������Leave Dunmore Junction daily. J������  Leave Kootenay Landing Tuesdav andf|  Fr day���������St. '-Paul, Toronto,  Mont-||.  real and Boston. M  W  WEST���������Leave Revelstoke daily.���������  Vancouver, Seattle and Coast.  STEAMSHIP SERVICE.  4  M  8:  FBOM VANCOUVER���������Alaska,  Hawaii, f  China, Japan and Australia. f;  , -   ��������� .   .   '       '������-  Through bookings to Europe  via all ||  Atlantic lines. It-  Prepaid  tickets   from  all  points at M  low rates. ���������-������������������..-���������.' I}  R. B. McCammon, Agent.        fs  Sandon, B. C, <or ffi  J. S. Carter, E. J. Covlk,       <i  D.P.A.,Nelson.    A.G.P.A.,Vancoin*ff f|  .      ' ��������� - '    -.   '     ' -      "       I  PAHFICH;  ft1  OfflilB  1  DOUBLE TRAIN SERVICE.  TXMK CAKD OF   I KAINS. | Arrive. I Depart.   ,q  No. 1, "North Coast Limited"! 7:23am  No. 2, "North Coast Limited"  9:4a 11111  No. 3, West Bound 11:40 pm  No. 4, East Bound   *Coeurd'Alenc\U ranch   Piilouse & Lewiston Brunch..  ���������Central Wash. Branch   "Local Freight, west.   *Local Freight, cust   10:30 pm  5:25 pm  1:15 pin  1:00 pm  5:30 pm  2:55 pm  7:35 am , ������������������  9:55 am .$,���������  II:tt)pm S  10:40 pm k  7:25 am .S  9:00 am 4  8:00 am h  () 00 am U  9:00 am vl   ?q  \  1  ��������� ������OC9999999999090990099O9������������������Oe8������O9������99O09������9O990999909 9  ������I)aily.execpt Sunday; all others daily.  Even numbers east bound.  Try Our Kleetric Lighted  "North Coast Limited"  . With New "Observation Curs."  J. \V. HILL, General Agent, Spokane, Wash. f  A. I). CHARLTON, A.G.I'.A., I'ortland, Ore. s  i  Certificates of Improvements. /  NOTICK. 3  Summit Fraction and Surprise Extension \  Mineral Claims, '!���������>  Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West \J  ICooteniiy District.   Where located:  At th������ i  head of McGuigan  creek,  and  near  the I  Surprise. |  ���������TAICK N'OTIOEthat I, W. J. II. Holmes, act- 1  ing as agent for William Kent, Free Miner's |  Certificate No. B 37001, intend, 60 days from the I  date hereof, to apply to  the Mining itecorder s  for Certificates of Improvements, for the pur- ?;  pose    of obtaining   Crown    Grants   of   the ij  abovcclaims. f  And further tnke notice that action under ,'  Section 37 must be commenced before the issu- \  nice of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 13th day ot October, A. D. 1901.  W. J. J-J. HOLMES, P. L. S., Agent.  I:  Tfia.^*7y<1*itv-'ff?'*'"**!,l,*'*1T'r''-'������s THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, March 22, 1902.  Here and There.  and Forks lias   decided  the China  111 list (10.  e. Nelson Tribune is in (he hands of  if]iiidator, to lie wound up.  )r." Lynch   was  fined   ,*50   or  two  ,tlis'gaol in Rowland  for practising  ic.ine without a license.  ,>nrad Hill, one of  the old time miti-  ii these, parts, died at Silverton this  |!< anil was buried at New Denver on  jlnesday last.  ".B.Poole, oi Ferguson, , and J.J.  hig, of Calgary, have purchased (he  |er Cup, one of tho biggest mines of  .ardeau. Price $500,000.  jr. McCroeson, who built the Fergu-  smeltor, lias bonded the Triune  'ic tlieru. This looks like business,-  is assuring to the people of Sandon.  rord reaches here that the Kaslo  liter proposition is lkely to end in  fjke so far as the Scottish company  concerned. Mr. Stewart's report  ugh favorable, was not sufficiently  uctivc to coax the. Scotchmen,  lie parson of a Philadelphia church  learned that some members of his  jir are accused of kissing, and lie  a hois annoyed because of their high  tiding in the church. We can see  hing surprising in this���������why people  ligh standing should not kiss-as well  jieopleof low standing. "It'smUur,"  h or low.  t is believed the: redistribution bill  lore the House will.give the province  13 more -members, besides cutting - o (1* (  Sue present constituencies. The pro-'  pilities are with some additions to  Ji'sent territory the Slocan will have  h. What the country want's .is. not  [re representation, but rcpresentales who will work for the country's  II fa re, and not for votes only.  |\n unknown made two determined  id successful ellbrts to end his life on  [j railway a short distance from Nel-  fi the other day. Before the arrival  the train lie cut his throat with a  cor, and when the train itemed him,  ���������eding lie jumped in front of it and  s smashed to pieces. From the in-  ���������ations  he was   an unfortunate, who  Ithont means, became despondent and |g  >k  this, double  means of cndingdiis  We, are-asked   by   the. Crow's  Nest  ss Coal'-Co.,  Toronto,   to   say   that  atever negotiations may  have  taken  ^ce, between the Northern Securities'  and J, J. Hill  for a transfer, of any  Iflill's interest in   the coal company,  [the Northern  Securities'  Co.,   there  jver   has   been   any    correspondence  tfcween the latter and the coal company  the direction   of   a   deal.    In   other  jrds the Northern Securities' Co. have  ver tried to buy any  stock  from   the  il company, not   have  the coal com-  ny or any one on their behalf tried to  I stock to the Northern Securities'Co.  Sunset Pays Another Dividend.  .J I  fiMr. Hughes on Thursday last again  kddened the hearts of his co-owners in  o Sunset by cheques for the (1th divi-  nd of $0,000, he receiving $3,000 him-  lf. There are plenty of gold proper-.  ���������h at Rossland and around stocked for  iillions, that cannot pay dividends  ce these. Mr. Hughes, however, gives  3 personal attention to the manage-  ent, which accounts for considerable,  le natural dividends of many mines  in waste and extravagance, and they  (urn give the country a black eye.  To be well dressed. To  know that you are dressed in  a smart, stylish suit gives  you confidence in yourself,  and enables you to better  transact your business.  Our bio; business has been  built up on HIGH CLASS  CLOTHING, the BEST  BOOTS AND SliOES men  can manufacture. In our  buying for spring our aim  \\vas to have the best $15.00  suits ever offered, and we  have them.     Your tailor will  ask you $30.00 or $35100 for  the same suits, aud you cannot buy them ready to wear  elsewhere at any price.  Because we buy direct  from the mills in England  and Scotland and manufacture all our clothing���������spent  thirty years in learning how.  We have everything that  a man or boy wants to wear  from the sole of the foot to  the.crown of the head.  A carload of Trunks and  Valises just arrived���������values;  call aud see. Prices to suit  all.  Take a trip to Nelson  and save your expenses by  purchasing your outfit from  THE  Wallace-Miller Co.  UNITED.  MENS' OUTFITTERS  Baker SI.   Nelson, B. C. ���������  Bmm  Dominion of Canada.  Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal of'Minerals on Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the  North-West Territories, and the Yukon  Territory.  COAL.  Lioinil   ten   miles   or  recording 11 claim 1*  vide lor the payment of  not exceeding live per a  Coal lands may he purchased at $10.00 per  acre for soft coal, and $:>0.00 for anthracite.  Nut more Lliiin 3'20 nerosi eiin 'be.acquired by  one individual or company. Koyalty at such  rates as may from time to time ho specified In-  order in council shall be collected on the  gross output.  QUARTZ., '���������'  Persons of -eighteen years and over and  joint stock companies holding 'free miner's  certificates may obtain entry for a mining  locution.  A free miner's certificate is .grunted for one  or more years,- not exceeding live, upon psy-  ment in advance of $ 0.00 per annum for an  individual, and from $50.00 to $100.00 per annum fora company, according to capital.  A tree miner having discovered mineral in  place may locate a claim ISO x lot 10 feet by  marking out the same with two legal posts,  bearing location notices, one at each end on  the line of the Hide or vein.  The claim shall be recorded within lifteen  days days if located within len -miles .of 11  mining recorder's ollice, one additional day  allowed for every addi  fraction. The fee for  $5.00.  At least S100 00 must be expended 011 the  claim each year or paid to the mining recorder  in lieu thereof. When $-!U0.0O has been expended or paid 'he locator may, upon having  a survey made and upon complying wi'h other  requirements, purchase the land at if 1.00 per  acre.  Permission may he granted by the Minister  ! of the Interior to locate claims containing iron  and mica, also copper, in''the Yukon Territory  of an area not exceeding 1011 acres  The patent for a mining location shall  pro-  '   )f royalty on   tho sales  cent.-  PLACER' MIXING,    MANITOBA,   AXD   Till:  N.   \V.  T.,   EXCEPTING  THE  YUKON TERRITORY.  Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet  square; entry fee $5.00 renewable yearly. On  the North .Saskatchewan river claims a-e  either bar or bench, the former being 100 feet  lnug and extending between high and low  watermark. The latter includes bar distgius,  but extends hack to the base of the hill or  hank, but not exceeding 1,000 fan. Where  steam power is used, claims 'J00 feet wide may  be obtained.  DRUDGING  IX THE RIVERS OF MANITOBA  AND THE X. W. T., EXCEPTING THE  YUKON TERRITORY,  A free miner may obtain only two lenses of  live miles each for ii term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior  The lessee's light is confined to the submerged bed or bars of the river below low water  mark, and subject t- the rights of all persons  who have, or who may receive entries for bar  diggings or bench claims; except on the Saskatchewan river, where the lessee may dredge  to high water mark on each alternate leasehold  The lessee shall have n dredsrein operation  within one season from the da's of the lea������efor  each live miles, but where a person or company has obtained more than one lease one  d redge for each fifteen miles or fraction is sufficient. Mental $10 00 per annum for each mile  of river leased. Kovalty at the rate of two and  a half per cent collected on the output after it  exceeds $10,000.00.  DREDGING IN THE YUKON* TERRITORY.  .Six leases of live miles each may be granted  to a fiee miner for.a term of twenty years, also  renewable  No free miner shall receive a grant of more  than one mining claim for each separate river,  creek or gulch, but the same minor may hold  any 1.umber of claims by purchase, and free  miners, not exceeding ten in -number, may  work their claims in partnership, by tiling notice and paying fee of .f/.OO. A claiin may be  abandoned and another obtained on the same  creek, gulch or river, by giving notice and paying fee.  Work must he done on a claim each year to  the value of at least-$4)0.00, or in lieu of work  payment may be made to the mining recorder  each year L>r the lirst three, years of $200.00 and  after that $-100.00 for each year.  A ccrtilic.-ite that work hits been done or fee  paid must he obtained each year; if not, the  claim shall be deemed to be abandoned, and  open to occupation and entry by a free minei.  The boundaries of a claiin maybe defined  absolutely by having a survey made, and publishing notices in the Yukon Oflicial Gazette.  HYDRAULIC .MINING, YUKON TERRITORY.  Locations suitable for hydraulic mining,h'nv-  iug a fr'intage of from one to live miles, and a  depth of one mile or more maybe leased for  twenty years, providing the ground has been  prospected by the applicant or his agent; is  found to he unsuitable for placer mining: and  does riot include within its boundaries any  mining claims already granted. A rent'il of  $1-50.00 for cachmile of frontage, and a royalty  of five per cent on the gioss output, less aii 1111-  nunt coemption of $2.5,0 0, are charged. Operations must be commenced within one year  from the date of the lease, and not less than  $5,000.00 must be expended annually. The tease  excludes all base metals,.quart/, unci coal, and  provides for the withdrawal of unopcralcd land  for agricult ural or building purposes  PETROLEUM.  Al unappropriated Dominion lands shall,  after the first of July, 1001, be open to prospcet-  iujr for petroleum.. Should the prospecior discover oil in paying quantities he may acquire  010 of available land, including and surrounding his discovery, at the rate of $1 00 an acre,  subject to royalty at such rale as may Le spe.-  ilied.by order in council.  JAMES A. SMART.  Deputy to the Minister of the Interior  Ottawa, Dei:. ^Oth, 1001.  NOTICE.  TheSand-'ti "���������''aicr Works ar.d LiehU'ompnny  hereby give notice that it will at the expiration  of four weeks from tho lirst publication hereof,  apply to the Lieutenant Governor in counc'l,  pursuant to the provisions of the ".Sandon  Water Works a: d Light company Act 1.SW for:  I Authority to divert fiOU) two hundred  miners inches of water from Sandon cieckiin-  mcdia'ely below.the present concentrating  wori:s of the Slocan S<^ir Mine, to wit, at the location of each dam now constructed one on the  east fork of Sandon creek and the other one on  the west fork of Sandon crec below ihe said  concentrator.  II. Also authority to divert (200) two hundred miners inches" of water from Carpe.iter  creck (.-"oiith Fork) at a point about 05!) feet  a''ove the point where the North Easterly  boundary of the Vic, tor mineral claim, being Lot  3ISI crosses the said Carpenter creek (South  E. rk) and about ?50 feet above the crossing of  the Kaslo and .Slocan Railway on the said Carpenter creek (South Pork) the said point of  diversion being a. point below the point of  diversion of the watersupply for the HecoMines  and Xoble Five Mines concentrator  Dated atSn.udon, 15 O., thislth dav of March,  A. d:ibo2.  The Saxdos. Waterworks and L'riit'Comi'anv  J. M. Harris, President.  First publication hereof on the Slh dav of  March, A. 11.1902.  LIMITED.  ��������� OPERATING  of the louse.  The lessee shall have one dredge in operation  within two years from Ihodatcof the lease,and  one dredve for each five miles within six years  from such date Rental, $100 tin per mile for  fust, year, and $10.00 per mile for each suhse-  qrent vear. Rovaltv, ten per cent on the output in excess < f $15,000.00.  PLACER MINING IN THE YUKON' TEltKI  TORY.  Creek, gulch, river and hill claims shall not  exceed 2.'0 feet in length, me-'suied on the base  line or general direction of the creek or gulch,  the width being from 1,100 to 2,000 feet. All  other placer claims shall be 250 feet square.  Claims arc marked by two legal pos s, one at  each end, bearing no'ices. I'ntry must be obtained within ten davs if the claim is within  ten miles of mining recorder's ollice. One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles  or fraction.  The person or company staking a claim, ������nd  each person in his or its employment, except  house servants, must hold a free miner's certificate.  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a  claim 1,000 feet in length, ii"d if the party consist of two, 1,500-feet altogether, on the output  of which no royalty shall be charged, the rest  of the party ordinary claims only.  Entry fee is $15.00. Kovalty at'lhe rate of live  per cent charged on the gross output of the  claim, with the exception of tin annual exemp  tion of $5,000.00.  I Slocan Railway,  International Navigation - & Tradine. Co,  Shortest and quickest route to the east and  all points on the (>. N. & R. and Northern  Pacific Railways in Washington, Oregon and  Southern States.  TIME CARD EFFECTIVE' AUGUST 1st,   1901.  KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY CO.  a rri ve  8;SO a in. leave...  10:55 a.m. arrive..  . .Kaslo ..  . .Sandon.  ���������I  J cave 1:  00 p.m.  ���������15 p.m.  arrive II :0() a.m.  eavc     7:00 a.m.  INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION &  TRADING CO., LTD.  KASl.O-NhXSON KOCTK.  fit'20 p.m. leave Nelson...  0:10 p.m. arrive��������� Kaslo   Cunneetiug at Five Mile Point with Nelson iV  Port Shoppard Railway both to and from Rossland, Spokane, Etc.  Tickets sold to all points in United States and  Canada via Great Northern, Northern Pacific,  O. R. it N. Co , ifcc, <tc.  Ocean and steamship tickets and rates via all  lines will be furnished on ,i| plication.  For further particulars call on or address  Kobt. Irving, Manager. Kaslo, B. C.  Cko. Huston, Agent, .Sandon.  AILAHTIC BEABBirilCnn-.  To und from European points via Canadian  and American lines. Apply for sailing; dales,  rates and full information to any C. P.K. agent  or R. B. ricCammon, Agent, Sandon,  W.P. F. C'timmlngs, Gen.S.S. Agent,Winnipeg ->-i,*ir-/s*W*"w\"j'
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1I-IE MINIXG REVIEW���Saturday, March 22, 1902.
New that tlio Lenten Season lias
come were are offering a change of
(Fish) diet to discriminating people that will be hard to equal in
the province. These are clean
fresh goods, and we have theni in
barrels, kits, cans and bottles.
Salmon Bellies
Codfish Streak
Boardsley's Slireaded Codfish
" Bonless Herring
Mackerel Broiled in Tomato Sauco
"       Choice Soused
Spiced Brook Trout
Spreekled "
White Rose Salmon
B. C. Smoked   "
B.C.       "    . Halibut
Lake Ciscoes
Lake Shad  >
Rock Bass
"Whitefish Roe
Royans A La Bordilais
"     A   La   Vatel   Aux Trait*
Aux Achards
Sardines des Sportmen
"      A L'Huile
Anchois A La Saumure
"      A L'Huile D'Olives
Sandwich Halibut
Green Turtle Meat
Clam Chowder
Clam Nectar
Little Neck Clams
S. and \V. Oysters
B. P. Oysters
.Deviled Crabs
Baratarier Shrimps
Nobles NXX Lobster
Golden Key Lobster
Newfoundland Lobster
Imperial Leaf Lobster
Prime Russian Caviar
Filets D'Aiichoia A L'Huile M'Olive
Golden IIaddies
Herring in Tomato Sauce
Anchovy   "
Shrimp      "
Preserved Bloters
Tunny Fish
Kippered Herring
Anchois A L'Huile Suns Aretes
Codfish Balls
Sritnp Paste
Bloter Paste
Anchovy Paste
Wooden and Fibre Tubs and
Palls of Every Description.
Clothes Wringers
Clothes Pins, Sail Irons,
Brushes, Etc.
16-2-1 Reeo Avenue, Sandon.
sandonites Abroad.
F. .J. Finucane recently bonded the
Rambler mine at Greenwood for $40,000.
Mrs. and Miss McKinnon left Monday
for Grand Forks, where, they have
opened a branch millinery store.
Tom  Lawrence,  who ran   a laundry
here some  two years ago,  was   elected
.presidentof tfie Miners' union at Grand
Tlie Dominion government have
awarded Dan MeLachlan the contract
for building the Kaslo drill hall.-���He-
will commence operations at'once.
Ira \V. Black is leaving Grand Forks
for the Thunder Mountain district,
where he will open a hotel. Mr. Black
was in the hotel business here some
years ago.
B. C. Hi blot has secured a patent on a
bucket loader for aerial wire ropes,
dumping buckets for wire rope tramways, bucket clip for wire rope tramways and a derrick for aerial wire rope
Henry Tattrie, who was here some
weeks ago looking over the district with
the intention of building a brewery, is
now visiting his home in Tatainagoiicli,
Nova Scotia. He expects to'be back in
Frank ready to go ahead with his
brewery next month.���Frank  Sentinel.
Regardidg the <|iiartz outlook in the!
Horsefly country a correspondent in
the Ashcroft Journal says: Harry
Howson. formerly connected with the
Payne initio in the Kootenay district,
who is at Harper's Camp at present,
has been up to the new discoveries and
considers it one of the best fields in
British Columbia in which to prospect
for quartz. He says there is more float
quartz than he has ever seen anywhere,
and he found float in the creeks that he
considers good, but the ground was
covered with four feet of snow and lie
couid not look for ledges, but intends
going in as soon as conditions permit.
Dealers m IQea|
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Cold, Silver-Lend unci Copper Mines wanted t\t the HXciIANi-iK. i !>',
FRKli MILLING GOLD properties wanted nt onco for Eastern investors. ,3*
Parties having iiiininf,' propcrtv for stile are requested to send samples of their ore to ���>���������
ICXOIIAN'GK for exhibition. $���,
All samples should be sent by express, PHISI'AJI). P?
Correspondence solicited.   Address all communications to &
I *    ' ~ -". v*     iVtt; 2 V
dlate Payment Every Time.
Been Established 24 Years.
Write for Prices.> Make Trial
Shipment.     Convince Yourself.
200-212 FIRST AVE. N.


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