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 ������/'  VOL. 4.���������NO. 41.  SANDON, B. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1901.  City Council Meeting.  ' The regular council. meeting did not  take place on Monday, night, as there  was no quorum, but was held the following evening.   Present, Mayor Pitts and  Aldermen Gomm, Cameron and Folliott.  The city clerk introduced  E. A. Cain-  , eron   as an   alderman,   who   took  the  oath of office and his seat in the council.  The following  communications were  read :���������From Smith Curtis re school bill  now before the legislature was iiled.  From Sandon Water & Light Company  re water supply, etc.  From E. M. Sandilands re poll tax collected by city in 1898, including an  account for $159.  From Governor-General's secretary  itcknovvledging receipt of telegram to  His Majesty the King, conveying his'  thanks tti the citizens of Sandon for same.  From J. B. Bennett, Cumberland, secretary of relief committee, thanking the  city council for $150 sent as relief.  The resignations of C. D. Hunter and  E. R. Atherton were accepted, and the  city clerk was authorised to take the  necessary proceedings for. another civic  election to fill the places vacated. Monday, April 1st, was selected as nomination day, and Thursday following for the  election. W. IT. Lilly, on motion, was  appointed returning;officer.  $2.00 PER YEAR.  THE LOCAL GRAFT.  New wall-paper at ClifFe's bookstore.  Another examination for assayers will  be held in Nelson on April 15th.  The water was never lower in- the  flume and the creeks that it is now.  The B. C. Trade Budget gives the  capacity of (he Kaslo smelter as 100  tons.   Ahem !  Geo. Creech has sold his stock of boots  and shoes, and is going to clerk with the  Hunter-Kendrick Co. at Phoenix.  The Kootenaian says Kaslo is the centre of the Kootenay. It might be the  centre.of heaven if no newspaper men  were there.  It is thought about seventy delegates  will visit Ottawa early in April, in the  interestof a bonus to a refinery for silver lead bullion.  Aid. Hunter has also resigned his seat  at the Council Board, so new elections  to fill the places of Aldermen Atherton  and Hunter are to be held.  ��������� Mr. A. Osborne returned on Monday  evening from his trip to England. He  gained 30 pounds in weight while awav,  hospital ball Monday evening. I '^ ' ,   '   ., ,    ,     ,    ,  ii    A n t.   i j      i ii I    "he   value  of  the  lead  proc  he 0. P. It. have reduced the passen-  Britjgn Columbia to the present!  r������%Se^.eiV 5,aim0U  and, f^elB011   at $0,543,368.   Last   year's pro  n $7.70 to $0.45 tor the round trip.        wasVver $2,000,000.    * P  Hospital News.  There are nine patients in the Hospital  his week.   Herbert Payzant,  J. Black  iJSV?^?!ant- 'and -'��������� Winquest,  al  typhoid fever cases.   The first two are  gJS'r the last are iu nn ad**������*  stage of the disease.  ^ John Erickson, a C. P. R. section hand,  e\  .gAiueu.dU pounds in weight wn  and now looks like a new man.  The  Slocan   Cigar   Factory   has   in-  cread its staff and are turning out the  ��������� best of cigar's���������the Slocan Belle, Sandon  Favorite and other pure Havana brands.  Notices are posted up to the effect that  refuse of any kind thrown into the flume  is strictly prohibited. Parties doing so  in future will be severeh' punished by  law. :���������",... '/������������������'.  Aid. Atherton   has   tendered  his' resignation.   The wrangling now in, force j  continued,.will, prevent any man wbo|  I Mrs. Win. Wilson returned Tuesday  evening.from Nelson where she underwent a successful operation.  Mr. and Mrs.>:W. W. Warner were in  the city yesterday on a visit. They will  come here to reside in June.  Mrs. Funk, of Slocan City, played the  accompaniments for Duffy's orchestra at  the hospital ball Monday evening.  TheO  '"  gorr  from  Apparently Tommy Brown has discontinued the Delmonico boarding  house, as he has taken do\fn ,the sign.  Wilkie McKenzie.who in the words of  the immortal Bluestreak, was the only  "fool Canadian" to go from Sandon to  the Boer war, has reached Nelson on  his return. No doubt he will be soundly  greeted by the majority of Sandonites on  his arrival here.  The following shipments of ore were  shipped from here this week:  Mine. Tons.  Payne 120  American Boy  63  Last Chance  02  Trade Dollar  22  Slocan Star..  21  Goodenough..  20  At a meeting of subscribers on   Wednesday evening, Messrs. M. L. Grimrnett  and C. Clifle were appointed the citizens  delegates to go to Ottawa with  the local  delegation, and press for a bonus for a  silver-lead refinery.   Just the day the.  delegation will   start   we  cannot   say,  but it will be within two weeks.   Mr, F.  L. Christie was chosen a third delegate,  providing he can arrage his affairs to go  with the delegation made up  fllNES AND niNINO.  - ��������� j -- w *. . *.Vi o^v,ij.uh iittuu T,f������ i i  ��������� ��������� ��������� i" ^.v v*������J*  .isii v   IE an    \vrm I         ������ji*v������\^ u  leg and will soon be ready for work. Jno. ��������� a���������������������������,;;h,,~ *���������   ���������,j, ,��������� ������������������   ,.���������       . Tr. , .  Hamilton suffering wi'h astrained back, ...i^'fe^ alv,ce^ V"0"?  V"*������������a..  was taken to the IoFpitaI for .treatment SenH    ft   '1^   n  &    t        in the  and rest.   Tho*. Siars,   Dan McKenzie, ^J0^^/g^Pram.-luiinel-Com-  I^Kellett, R. Madden   H. Warren and fZ ' ^a���������^on'P '"-������re Ul6 Leg'8  Frank Allan were discharged as cured. '^^e this session.  A   slide  shoving'a bridge  Another Civie_ Election.  There will be nominations on the first  April   for   vacancies at . the counci  We have heard of the names of  Crawford  and  be  ot  board  Squire   Lovatt,   ex-Aid.  J. Vallance, any two of whom would  acceptable.   The affairs of the place are  now ,n the shape that an aldermanship  JaiblAhp- ������f ,,aKl W������rk' and  the ���������������  capable the occupants are "the better for  .the   people.    Electors  should  a cou-  ;ht in  ,..    .*������������; a oiiuge  near   the  Payne out of place on Sunday/prevented the K. & S. from coining in for t  pie of  days.   The  mail,was brou������  on a hand-car each day.  D. J. Robertson moved two cars of  furniture to Nelson this week. He will  supplement it with new goods from the  east. The rest of the stock he will leave  here in charge of Mr. Baker..  Th^ hospital dance on Monday evening was a decided success in everv way.     ....(/ivuclsiiss tne]  sider candidates able business men.  There are a great many wrongs of the  past we intend to overhaul in future  issues as safeguards for the future.  We understand the Mayor has satis-  lied himself on the point of water  sup-     .~.^ ad \eu at muimglit  dancing resumed till an early hour the  next morning.  In our report of the Citv Council proceedings two weeks ago, a, slight error  occurred.' W. Stubbs was credited with  getting $16  for  coal.   It'should   have  ..|��������� ��������� ,��������� , i ".f."1" ">    witter    BUD-    Kcti/iug   ������IO   tor    pm I       Tf' ���������l       11     t   Ply, and has now s gned the contract ������J read "fr>.- JLi\ -, Ifc  ellould   hav<  hydrant use    The fieS SSft I Wmelit^' te,egrame "nd other *������  ������.*.,. and means to raise money to.     JWs. ^^ .^^      "    ^  v"?d :Klrb-v; ������i-Rossland, are now in  I  Sr W fthG Mine Owner'  Association, of Kootenav, which is nvi.L-  nig an effort to have the law replied  PROCLAMATION.  iirewnce of the said e ceVors it th^Uv V?,e  resignations of! Alderme? CD iinn^ by tt?  R. Atherton, City of SarKlon!    ' Hun<cr,lnd B-  be ns'^nows0/I10,ninaUo'' ������'��������� eamlidktes shall  The candidates shull >)p nnnn*nni������^ .-_  aecoiider,. and shall be deliveroS   S   hP   r'i1  nomination, and   n the event of a nnf, ^.,the  ���������,, uiu u. niuu uuicu  uusiness in  town  I this week, even to inducing men to eat  lraw.onipns,;_rav/  potatoes   and   n'sh on  dry   land.    He   h)rpnotised  one   man  and left him all day in bed in McDonald  &  Ross'   window.    But   this   kind  of  thing    should   be    stopped.   As  only  the man who hypnotises can bring the t  subject to again, if anything should hap-1  pen to the hypnotist in the interval, by j  which he lost his life, his victim too was  also doomed.   Pranks in audiences may  be tolerated, but long term hypnotism  should be stopped by law.  Some parties who were desirous  of  subscribing to the fund to send delegates  to Ottawa in the interest of a refinery,  had several  conditions   they desired to  have embodied in the operation  of the  refinery, that in   themselves  were veiy  desirable.   It is felt, however, that as  there may be great difficulty in getting  even one company to put up their capital for the completion of the works, conditions in operation might be a means  of. knocking   the scheme  on  the head  altogether.   The   province   in  which it  may be located and other circumstances  must govern the scale of wages, &c. The  government should have the control of  refinery charges, but other restrictions  at the present should not be insisted on.  The ore shipments from Whitewater  for last two weeks were Sunset 00 tons.  ��������� The value of the American Boy ship-  mets for February amounted to $10,000,  and the returns from 70 tona brought in  $5,640.  The   value  of  the  lead produced in  nt is placed      jv^lu production  was over $2,000,000.  It is reported that a rich strike has  been made on the Rambler-Cariboo.  Two carloads of ore are reported to have  netted the company $7,500.  Thirty men are employed on the Hart-  ney and six on the California. Both  properties have made good showings  lately and are' shipping ore.  Win. Lettenck has a contract of sinking a drift of 26 feet in the Ruby at New  Denyer. The ore taken out last year  was found to contain gold and silver.  Mr. Hughes went up to the Sunset,  near Whitewater, on Saturday, and  found everything very promising on that  property. There are large bodies of high  grade ore in all the stopes, and the mine  is shipping regularly.  The strike recently made in the Noble  Five is simply a continuance of one of  the leads of the Last Chance across that  property. It is a very large seam of  high grade ore, and when being stoped  will put the Noble Five in its old time  activity again. , ...  The Star will increase it force to about  110 early next month. This will be as  large a force as the property ever employed. Ore of a high grade is showing  up well in a-H the stopes. In some of  them the quality is the best ever found  on the property.  The present capacity aud estimated  increase for the smelters of Kootenay  and Yale are as follows: Trail, from  800 to 1.500: Grand Forks, 600 to 1,200;  Nelson 300 to 400; Greenwood, 200 to ,  1,000, and Boundary Falls from 250 to  500 tons.  The  Star  is   making every arrangements for an extensive business as soon  there  is  sufficient   water  for the mill.  They have the disposal of their output  provided for with  the Everett smelter.  As a lot of development work has  been  j done, there will be nothing to do when  the mill starts but mine and ship.  '    The Reco and the   Goodenough   have  been working about 15   hands each  for  the  past three   months  mining.   The   ���������  shipments during that time have been  reported   already.   As   rawhiding .and  shipping are now over, the forces are reduced to eight men   each, who will   do  development work until the  summer's  bii8inessopens.   The mines are separate  and   distinct, though   some of the tunnels of each find an outlet through the  sanie crosscut.  All in the city who have children of  school age should send them to school  ������������������egularly during the next three months,  or on t.lin nt.for><-!������"" ���������' ���������>  Hotel Arrivals For the Week.  Denver-Wm.  Foster,   Fort McLeod;  Mrs. Malette, Jos. Martin, Nelson; Jos  furrier, Kelowna;   S.  Patterson,  Pilot  ������������������ay;   Miss Nelson, Miss   Nora Black  Slocan  City;   R.  L.  Greene, Spokane  . PURE CRAPE CREAM Or TARTAR POWDER  fornn n,������ n f     i u"u "^ "iree months,   rT    "    ,y> TiV'  Jj'  wecne, ftpolca  oureovirnmif/ 'n.C.e0,f that term wil feOmloy,  J-Oraley, Greenwood;  uur government jlkI ho i.������������������.i *_...i .   Willinmo a,-<,,,,i kv...i.... r   it    ,   ���������   v*     until*    I  our government aid be based for the rest  of the year. For every pupil that attends the next three months, we will  get $20 from the government towards  school maintenance.  On Tuesday morning fire broke out in  the old Tyrrell hotel, Cody, and the  building was burned to the ground. The |  Given under my hand at thp nnnrx.ti   .u  ber, this I9th day of Jhirch.-loo:.     nCI' thara-  W. If. LILLY,  Keturning Officer.  Williams, Grand Forks; Isaac Hackev'  Three Forks: L. Bucklev. Revelstoke  Keco-F. Thayer, R. C. Waterson, C.  R.Gray I-oronto; R L. Greene, Libbv,  Mont.; H. Sultrain, McGnigan; Mr  and Mrs. Gintzburger, Three Forks; A.  D. Dodds, Miss Y. Beldon, Vancouver;  -L>.  H. Proud foot,   E. Ferguson,   H. J  . ..     nt was the   old ������ma'n D������v!C  A?00re-G- Stephen, G.N. Gilchrist, Nel-  Who lost what traps he had   n    fc    The  v"''   H'/���������  Jftcks011>  island; E.E  building when erected cost nbou^ 500    ,V,ncentiCalSary;  F.  W.   Fra  lowna; L. p. Terry, H. M. Fuller ton. J.  v  ���������"11"', Victoria; Prof. Pavne.New  York; M. R. Rathborne, Kaslo;"Mr. and  I \7\^ftrn.er' sPokane; Percv E. Kel-  lett, AVinnipeg.  Highest Honors, World's Fair  Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair  Avoid  alum.  Baking- Powders containing-  They are injurioiiR to hanlth  H  S^^sS^^i^^i^^  ������Man������������ii������ vMViz^i^KteiXit&2^y'2%&^*jviiii&  5������������^^^=-s������.'  OR   BLACK,  It Is Perfect, Because It Is Pure, Wholesome, Clean, Delicious.  It reaches you in its natural state.    Prussian Blue,  <re not used, as in other teas, to hide defects.    It has n  they notice a child getting- angry and  how often is. it noticed that they resort to threats and shakes' "to take it  I jmilk. Ground ecSra and oats aro  ���������good, bitt oL'her grains may be used.  The important thing- is to watch, the  calf  closely,  and not  let  it  got  off  Prussian Blue, Soapstone, etc..  one  A free sample of delicious SALADA Tea seat on receipt of  postal mentioning; which you drink���������Black* Mixed, or Green  Tea,   Address " SALADA," Toronto or Montreal   s ���������  ���������i> ���������������.,. t*. <(,,  -���������^^j/^/^-iar^^b^B.������  9 - s  i   Oa the Farm, ^j  URI3EDLNG FOR AN 0BJJ5CX:  Thousands of horses arc brought into  existence    without    any    definite  idea  on  the   part of   tbo breeder   as  .   to Lli-o market requirements they are  i.o   meet.       This  coariction  is  based  ���������upon throe considerations; First, the  very evident fact  that an  inordin;i.tc  proportion arc  fitted  for  no  special  market class, indicating  that a large  numb.-!- of farmers are not acquainted with the market classes that have  been, established  by   tlic  trade.    Sec-  erne, the glaring defects that are passed  unnoticed by  the owners.   Tilii.rd,  the fact   t'hat  the average  horseman  is  vastly better acquainted with  the  blemishes of horses than lie is with  the proper    type   and, characteristics  t'hat  go   with  the different use3  to  which the horse is put.     These'three  reasons are sufficient to account for  the production of a mass of inferior  animals which, do not meet the eye of  the critic  until  they are offered for  sale.  Dealers by long experience and  constant observation have learned to  a nicety all the requirements of . a  horse, and in their minds clearcut  ideas exist as! to what he should or  should not be. If these ideas' could  be clearly established in the minds.' of  the raisers of horses, as ��������� they are in  those of the dealers, we Should have  fewer scalawags produced to be held  up at the markets and ultimately sold  for a price- that barely covers the  price of growing. For.one thing there  is too much mixing of blood in this  country. It is hot at all an uncommon thing to detect in the same horse  traces of three or four breeds representing as many distinct classes of  horses.  The   expense of growing a    horse  that nobody wants docs not greatly  differ from that of producing one that  fills the real need, and fills it s'o wel  that   tho prospective  buyer  is ready  j to p.ty good money for it.    The difference is not so mucih in the added expense fori tihe sire as' it is in the minds  of the men who do the breeding.   Ate  with cattle, on-  with any other farm  stock, if the breeder has ia advance  a clear-cut idea of what he proposes  to secure, and uses''good judgment in  the selection! of his sire, in nine cases  out of  ten he will succeed. If,  however,    he    undertakes  to produce as  highly organized an  animal as    the  horse without definite plans in mind,  in nine cases out of ten, ho will fail.  a nerrouis. system by contagion. They  gather this contagion at a very early  aige, reflecting surrounding conditions  most      faithfully.     Terrorizing;    the  child  does wo g-ood; it  has  in  some  oases brought on. idiocy. Our  harshness may give us peace, but :wlrat does  it accomplish for the child?   In these  momenta nf angeir it may  be noted  that generally punishments and blows  | have   little  effect.   It   is  a    nervous  hypertension     which   must    run    its  course, once started.   Raising a nervous  child nerveus^y  is  the   worst  of  crimes.   To  calm    am    angry  child's  cries, menaces and blows are of little  value.they only exoite it further. Take  the  child before a mirror and  Show  him how ugly he 1/aoks..   Or throw a  i:,ui0 ������ij     ��������� \ ������-muw  a   gins,   are considered    e  SOME GOOD RECIPES..  Asparagus���������Cut    tie     heads .about  four or five inches long; scrape them  and throwi them into cold water; tie  .them in,' bundles,; put them, into boiling water with plenty of salt in it;  let them come   quickly    to a    boil���������  they will take from a   quarter of) an  hour to   20   minutes.     When,   tender  take them up with a slice ," drain' them  well; remove the string-, and lay the  asparagus in a dish, heads inward, on  slices of toast previously dipped in tho  liquor.     Serve   .with   melted   butter.  Soa kale is dressed in the same man-,  ner.  Potato Biscuit���������Sweet potato bis*  cuit, tho delight of Georgia boys and  girls,  are considered    equally    tooth-  a cup or from a siphon. If done calm  ly.the shock of the cold may quiet  him immediately. Put a towel around  his shoulders first s'o as not to wet  the clothing-. Anger is really an attack of the nerves in which we are.  only half-conscious.   . i i I  ���������  and   lassies.  i The recipe 'given by a    Southern cook  I is as follows : Two cupfuls   of   flour,  one cupful of boiled and mashed sweet  potato, one;   tablespoonful    of   sugar,  one   teaspoohful    of salt, one    table-  spoonful of butter,  one   quarter  tea-  Ispoonful of soda and enough buttermilk to make a soft dough.     Roll and  cut with a biscuit cutter and bake ia  NITROGEN' FROM CLOVER. a qu;ok oven.  It will be well, in considering plans Bean Croquettes���������For bean croquet-  for the coming season looking to the tes soak two cupfuls of small white  greater producing capacity of the beans over night in tepid water. In  farm, to give much attention to the the morning! drain them, put them  legumes. Nitrogen is the most ex- into cold water, boil for one hour  pensive and necessary fertilizing ele- and tura the water off. Then cover  taient of the soil and yet it is in the them with -boiling water and cook  air  in  measureless' quantities.    Only  slowly until tender.     Press the beana  i lit-'  CHILD TRAINING.  There is necessity for the display  of fine discrimination-in the treatment  of different children. Scarcely any set  of rules can be laid down which will  not bear of some deviation.. Children  are very different in nature and continue so till the end of life and what  is) the very best mode of procedure in  one, case is'very undesirable in another.   There are certain well recognized  Artery Severed While Undergoing an Operation-  No Longer Necessary to Use the Knife for  Piles.  the    legumes���������the    clovers,  the cow-  peas, the vetches, the beans', etc., can  capture it for the farmer and store it  in their leaves and stalk and roots'.  Take a crop of clover which weighs a  ton; if the whole of this is plowed under it will return to the soil the phosphates and potash extracted, amounting    to    42 pounds of potash and 12 j  pounds  phosphoric acid,  in addition,  suppliest about 50 pounds] of nitrogen  which was not in the soil before the  clover crop was  grown.      To supply  this amount of nitrogen by means of  farmyard manure it would be necessary   to   spread   from   five to s&ven  largo loads according to the composition  of  the    manure.      Leguminious  [plants, such as] clover, cow peas, soy  ' beans, etc., are more suited to green  Saturday's paper contained the account of an accident whereby a  young lady lost her life. While undergoing an operation the surgeon's knife  slipped, an artery was severed, andi before the surgeon knew the result of  hia error, the patient was in a dying  condition.  Every surgical operation is attended  with great risk to life as! well as being  & severe strain on the nervous system  and an expensive method of treatment. Doctors formerly recommended an! operation as the only cure  for piles, but that day is past, since Dr.  Chase's Ointment has proven its absolute control over every form of itching,  bleeding and  protruding piles.  Physicians who are considerate of  the well-being of their patients do not  hesitate to recommend Dr. Chase's  Ointment, and only those having a  mania for operations claim that cruel  method as the proper treatment. By  promptly stopping) the. distressing  itching and burning Dr. Chase's Oint-  aaent brings quick and lasting relief,  Jftcv. S. A. Duprau, Methodist minis  formed so that it was with great difficulty and considerable pain that I  was able to stool. At this very severe  crisis I purchased a box of Dr. .Chase's  Ointment, but had little or no faith in  it, as I had tried various remedies  before and to no purpose  "Now imagine how great and joyous  was my surprise to find that just the  one box: cured  me so that the lumps  disappeared  and  also     the    externa)  swelling-.   I feel like a different man  to-day, and have not the least doubt  that Dr. Chase's Ointment saved me  from  a very dangerous    and painful  operation and many years of suffering.  It is with  the greatest pleasure and  with a thankful heirt that I give this  ' testimonial, knowing that Dr. Chase's  Ointment has dme  so much for me.  You j re at perfect liberty to use this  testimonial as you    see fit  for  the  benefit of others similarly afflicted."  Dr. Chafe's'  Ointment has been endorsed by more people, including" doctors and professional men,  than  any  similar preparation the world has ever  rye, etc.,    which    later provide only  humus by-their decay within the soil,  and do not enrich it with nitrogen derived from the air.     For centuries.the  Romans kept up the fertility of their  fields by planting clover without understanding  its  peculiar  property of  absorbing    nitrogen  ��������� from  the    air  through  the    tubercules forming on  tho roots.- The  farmer   who devotes  himself  largely  to   the legumes    for  feeding and plowing down will find tin  increasing- productiveness' in  bis soil.  STARTING A YOUNG CALF.  It pays  to  feed a calf  three times  a  day  for  the first  10 days,  writes]  Mr. H. Lyons.      G������v*> it new, milk at  the   temperature  when first milked,  no    .1 ���������  through a colander and season with  one half tablespoonful of molasses!,  one half tablespoonful of vinegar, one  tablespoonful of butter, and salt and  paprika':to taste. Let them get cold.  Then form into balls, roll them in  eggs and cracker crumbs and fry in  deep, hot( fat.  j Baked Custard���������Boil a pint of  cream with mace and cinnamon ; when  cold, take four eggs, leaving out two  of the whites, a little rose and orange-  flower water, a little white wine,  nutmeg and sugar to your taste; mix  them well together, and bake them  in china cups.  Apricot Pudding���������Split a dozen  large apricots, remove the stones, and  scald till quite soft.     Pour a pint of  ....     .   -     -       -  ���������--      j-������uj.   a.  pine or   ���������.���������.��������� t b������Uin* creaQi upon the grated crumbs  manurmg    than, such crops as] oats,   ������* a ,PeQny loaf' wh���������   nearly   cold  rye, etc.,    which    later provide only I **   fo^ ounces of sifted    sugar, the"  yolks of four well beaten eggs, and a  wine glassful of white wine. Pound '  tie fruit in a mortar, with half of  then- kernels; mix the fruit and the  other ingredients together. Line your.  dish with paste, put a layer round  tie edge, pour in the mixture, and  bake for half an hour.  wev. o. *.. wpiau, metnouw.minis- | similar preparation the world has Pv������r  ter, Consecon, Prince Edward County. I known It is the Htflnrfflrl!w nas ever  Ont,, states:-"! was troubled with' worldover* anl^Uv^Z^  itching ami bleeding piles for years, actual cure for piles. 60 cents ann.  and thej^ultimately attained to a very at all dealers, or Edmanson Bates I'  vraoleot form. Large lumps or abscesses J Co., Toronto. ' -������at:es &  PLANT SHADE TREES.  Trees add much to the comfort and  ! beauty of the home, whether it be located in the city or in the country.  They should be set out in large holes;  that have been filled in to the proper depth with good, rich soil, Elm,  soft maple, black locust, catalpa, box  elder, ash, in the order named, are de-     ���������~~~., , girable trees.     Every planting should  98 deg., and use a thermometer to include some elms because t/hey axe  find when the temperature is right, long-lived, and more permanent than  'As for the proper amount to feed, the the others mentioned. Continuous,  suggestion by one'of the o'xpers'tas shallow cultivation is necessary for  seems a good one to follow; 4 lbs success', and if this is neglected, fail- ���������  night and. morning and 2 lbs at noon. I  -���������- -'���������-  night and. morning and 2 lbs at noon,  varying some what according to the  calf. After two otr tfliree weeks it  will d.o to begin feeding skim.mil k or  separator I milk; 1 pt added at first  and  gradually  increase   till you  use  ure is almost certain.  ���������A CONFiaSSfON.  He���������You don't care for botany ?  Miss   Vassal'���������No.      It   is'the  only  thing about flowers that I dislike.  ^      *������||A* ,11*., ������Tg JRelates  His Experience, for   tin?
Benefit of Others-
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St. Thomas, March 4, (Special).���Mr.
L. Dake, of the' Dake House, in this
city, is a proud man for he has at
last forever disposed of a foe, which
has given him a great deal of pain
and annoyance daring the last five
ox six years. That foe was Kidney
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This is what he says: ���  ���
"I have been troubled with my Kidneys and pains in my back far over
five years. Nothing I could get
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told by a friend who had tried them,
that Dodd's Kidney Pills would cure
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There are many people in St.
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very large "sale, and this is not to
be wondered at, as many very remarkable cures are reported in the
ci/ty and  county.
There are some remarkable peculiarities about the libel laws of England.
If you call a man a thief and cannot
prove your assertion, you are responsible for damages. But if you ornament the objectionable noun with an
illustrative adjective, such as a "durn-
ed" thief, or a "blooming" thief, or
a "grasping" rogue,; the addition of
the descriptive word shows that you
have lost your temper,- and you are
not legally actionable.'
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Two ?
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Saturday than' on any other day in
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The opportunities given for signing
this address, to Her Majesty, expressing  the  loyalty  and  appreciation    of
the women    of   Canada, have    been
largely  taken advantage  of in numerous  places  throughout  the Dominion.   As there must, however, be women here and there who (have not yet
learnt .  that     they     are     all     asked       to      join      in        this      movement,   it    is    now    announced   that
there will still be time for those who
have not had a chance of signing the
signature sheets to Bend in an application to have their names added to
the roll.   The usual signature, without prefix or address, sent in an en-
*"' velope with an authorisation to have
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Office of the National Council of Women  of  Canada,  71  Brunswick  Ave.,
Toronto, up to the 21st of March. After that date, the Address, which is
being artistically and beautifully illuminated will be bound in a large volume,   tevgether    with     the  signature
sheets,   in   a manner   worthy  of   the
women  who  are    so  enthusiastically
throwing themselves into this scheme.
JForty years ago the prince of
Wales planted an English oak and an
American elm in Central park, New
York. Both are strong and flourishing trees. The oak is two feet in
diameter and the elm is one of the
largest and most beautiful specimens
in the park.
The popularity of London's municipal bands has grown by leaps' and ,
lxiunds since they firs:t started their I
i performances: in 1892. The modest
��3,000 then granted has now had to
bo increased to nearly ��10,000. The
sum to set apart for music in 1901
is ��9,500. Last Season ��3,000 was devoted to bands, and 1,045 performances
were given.
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Gentlemen,���In January  last  Francis; Lechii.ro. one of the. men employed
by me working in tho lumber woods,
had a tree fall.on him   crushing him
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giravo'fears ' were entertained for his
recovery, his hips,being badly, bruised
and his  body   turned  black from  his
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the pain, and iwi.th  the use of three
bottles he was  completely cured ani|
able to return to his 'work.
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May  2fKh,. 1893
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mnvmw^wta .^zDjCsf^. m*e Maasa^jjMsjjjs-Bj,  ^Virw^r,*-*  fi*;*fi^^-^-.i>.i.'^i'.jtiV1t  THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, March 23, 1901.  The Mining Review.  SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1901.  THE NEW SCHOOL BILL.  If the School Bill   before   the  House  becomes law in its present form, it will  work a great   hardship   on   places  like  Sandon���������it will, in short, force them to  dispense with one teacher, which should  not be the object of a well regulated  government.   The most of people will  agree   with   the   principle   of   making  school boards responsible, and placing a  portion of school liabilities in the hands  of the people, as it will 'make them take  a greater interest in school matters generally, which is badly needed in this  province.   The portion of taxation that  may fall on the people   for   the   maintenance of good schools should however,  be made proportionate.  In places like Sandon, where the population is ever varying as mining matters   fluctuate,   the hardships   will   be  numerous and severe.  We have at times  a school population of over 75, too many,  of course, for one teacher, and in three  months that population may fall to40,or  even less as at present.   As the new law  provide for $20 per capita of regular attendance, based on that of the previous  month   or    quarter,   our    government  allowance   will    be   so   uncertain   and  irregular, that no Board of Trustees can  properly regulate a school under it, as  they will never know how much or how  little    to    ask   from   the   council,   to  make up the balance of school expenses.  The proposed law provides that at the  first of the year, and only once in each  year, the trustees are to make an  estimate of what they will require from the  council for that year, over and above the  government appropriation, and ask the  council to  tax for it.   As the school is  running now it takes about $1,800 a year  for maintenance for all purposes, and we  get it all from the government.   Under  the new lnw���������at our present attendance  we will  get  less   than $800, so that we  would   have to   tax   for    $1,000,  or  if  we  dispensed with   one   teacher, for at  least $350.   If again good times set in  before the year  is  out, we might have  a school attendance of over G0,sand would  necessarily   have  to    secure    another  teacher.     With  such    attendance   we  would get $400   more   from  the government, not  enough   to  pay the. second  teacher, and the trustees would have no  power to ask the council to make a second levy.   Anyone can see from this the  situation must prove a most perplexing  one.   If  the  per  capita allowance was  paid by the government on the basis of  our largest attendance during the year,  the Board could always keep the second  teacher,  and   readily   provide  for tho  expenditure.  One good feature of the proposed law  is the compulsory clause, forcing all  children of school age to attend under  penalties, twelve months in the year.  Parents will see from this the mure  regularly they send their children to  school the lighter, will be their taxes.  We trust modifications will yet be  made in the Bill to make it better suited  to the requirements of the country.  ���������CONSUMPTION  begins and leaves off in thousands of people, who never suspect it. It isn't much more  than a pimple���������indeed it is a  a pimple���������lung pimple.  Health, all round it, stops  it���������just as a skin pimple gets  stopped.  How to get that health all  round it: take Scott's emulsion  of cod-liver oil and be careful  We'll send you a little to try if you like.  SCOTT & BOWNE,   Chemists,    _      Toronto.  water supply at least, and a light supply  as well if the means to procure it can be  secured.   We   used   to  think that with  the head of water the system had and- a  fire company with good appliances, the  city was fairly safe in case of a fire; but  our experience taught the contrary.   No  doubt   the narrow streets   and the uncovered flume at   the rear of the main  tier of buildings were responsible for the  calamity   to   which we  refer.   Things,  however,   are  difl'erent  now.   With  a  good supply as   is   available, our  wide  streets, and efficient fire company, there  is an excellent chance to save the place  in case another fire should break out,  which, of course, is bound to be the case  sooner or later.   We think too that with  a good water supply always at command,  there would be a fair  chance to  secure  reasonable insurance at rates the public  could afford to pay.   This   is  another  matter of the   gravest  moment to  the  business community.  No doubt the finances of the place are  in bad shape, not because of mismanagement of the council as .some allege; but  because of the exceptional demands on  the treasury for many new supplies necessitated  by  the   fire, and   the Iohs of  overdue taxes through  the destruction  in the fire of the city records.   All combined makes the trouble nearly equivalent to meeting two years' liabilities out  of one  year's   revenue.   However,   we  hope the financial feature of the matter  ca*n be   bridged  in  some.way, and that  we will have a supply  of water   henceforth.  Light is also required. From the  peculiar lay of the city, lights are badly  needed every night, with accidents that  may cost the place some money and  liable to occur at any time, but of course  doubly so.in the absence of a reasonable  supply of street lights, We would like  to see the whole matter fully canvassed  from every point of view, to ascertain if  means cannot be devised to provide a  reasonalbe light supply as well as ample  water protection.  W. S. llKE-WKY  Sandon, B, C.  H. T.Twiau'  New Douvor, B. C.  DREWRY & TWiGG  Dominion aud Provincial Laud Surveyors.  Civil and Miniug Engineers. (,  Bedford & McNeil Code.  A. R. HEYLAND,  ENGINEER,  AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.  SANDON, B.C.  The fond mother dreams great dream3  of baby's future as she holds the sleeping  little one in her arms. But the dreams  will never come true unless she has  given him a strong body and a healthy  mind. Children die in hosts, or live to  struggle through life feeble of body and  dull of mind because the mother was  unfit physically and mentally for motherhood. Women who use Dr. Pierce's  Favorite Prescription endow their children with strong bodies and bright minds.  THE WRONG TRACK.  The Silvertonian decries the idea of an  export duty on ore, advocated in  some  quarters, and the Trade Eudget of Vancouver, jumps on to it with both feet for  its opinions, giving the' export duty on  logs as a defence for its contentions.   It  is surprising howlamentably blind even  some journalists are   in   their comparisons.   At the time.the export duty was  put or* logs by the Federal Government,  it was to prevent our lumber woods from  being depleted by American lumbermen,  so anxious were they to get our timber,  in the face of the fact we had  plenty of  lumber industries at home to meet local  demand.   If the Trade Budget man can  show we have ample smelting and refining facilities at home to handle  all our  pre, ample markets to consume the product when refined, and that the American   smelter  men   are   breaking   their  necks in a race to get our ore, iis coin-  pal ison will be applicable, but not otherwise.   Everyone knows, however, it is  because our production of ore is in excess   of  home  demand, and   that   the  American smelters refuse to take   it  off  our hands at remunerative prices that  the trouble has  arisen���������circumstances  the exact reverse of those that surround  the lumber problem of the eastern provinces, in whose interest the export duty  was   passed.   An   export  duty   on ore  would only add   the   more  embargo in  the way of export, and it is export the  country is clamoring for until we have  suitable facilities for handling at home  at proper prices, and a satisfactory market abroad for the excess of production.  The Trade Budget must try and bark up  another tree, as the Silvertonian is right  in its conclusions.  M. L. GRIMMETT, .IX. B.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary  Public, Etc.  Sandon, British Columbia.  AGjcNTS WanTED for-'TIIE LIFE AnD KEIGN  OK QUEEN VICTORIA." including special  memorial tributes."'from the most eminent  British and Canadian statesmrn, and "The  Life of King udward VII." Size 10 x 7^,', about  600 pages, better illustrated than any rival  work. Written by Pr John Coulter, from London, Eng., the celebrated Historian and Journalist, and John A. Cooper, editor Canadian  Magazine, Toronto. Price only fl.75���������new book  from cover to cover. Extra large commission ;  credit given; prospectus-free to canvassers.  World Publishing Co., Guelph, Out.  The Denver House  oooo  Headquarters for Travelling Men and  Miners.  The Table is first class.  The Bar is always stocked by the best  Imported Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  The Rooms are all that can be desired  for comfort.  NELSON & CO., Proprietors.  Established 1858.  . "R.- Smith & Co.  flaniifacturers of all kinds of  Plain and Fancy  mm m 'mm.  VICTORIA, B.C,  BRANCH--VANCOUVER, B. C.  CIofKes Cleaned,  Pressed  and Repaired  It is really too bad that governments  cannot h )k at matters from a practical  standpoint.   At the present momentour  British   Columbia  government is con-1  sidering the advisability of increasing  AT  THE  I.   X.  L.   TAILOR   SHOP,  Opposite Union Hotel,  F. PHILLIPS, Proprietor.  the tax by $2.00 per capita on the work-  It Ts every" niotlier's'^dutyl^^iv^'her ' ing men, and at the same time voting  child the advantages of a healthy body I away millions in  subsidies  to railways  that could well be built and operated at  WATER AND LIGHT.  It looks now as if the council and the  Sandon Water & Light Company were  going to come to some understanding  over the water supply, at least that will  considerably ease the minds of the citizens. The terrible lesson of May last  should lead to an extra effort to secure a  and mind. A weak or sickly woman  cannot do this. "Favorite Prescription"  makes weak women strong and sick  women well.  Mrs. Orrin Stiles, of Cowning, Dunn Co.,Wis.,  writes: "I have been intending to write to you  ever since my baby was born in regard to what  your ' Favorite Prescription ' has done for me I  cannot praise it enough, for I have not been as  well for five years as I now am. In July last I had  a baby boy, weight 11 pounds, and I was only sick  a short tune, and since I got up have not had  one sick day. I have not had any womb trouble  since I got up. I was not only surprised myself  but all of my friends here are surprised to see  me so well."  Dx. Pierce's Pellets cure biliousness,  a profit without them,  ply scandalous.  The idea is sim-  There are large quantities of low grade  silicious ores in the Rossland camp  which are suitable for flux material in  lead smelting and as four tone of these  Rossland ores are used to one of lead it  will be seen that the Rossland mine  managements are interested in encouraging lead smelting at some point near  to which ore can be conveved at a  small cost.  COAL!  Everybody Wants  Try Lethbridge Coal, then you will  have the best and cheapest. This coal  will make thehottestand brightest fires,  besides it is earily handled, as it is very  clean.    We have it forall kindsof grate  .. H. Lameroii.  1 i'j  ���������)  v  I!'  m  Mb  smmmb THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, March 23, 1901.  Warrants Consideration.  The Dominion government as well as  the Provincial House should see that  the mining industry in British Columbia  receives the consideration  it warrants.  _ Assistance in regard to the smelter  .situation is now needed. The revenue  derived from the mineral resources of  this province is large, and the government should see that the interests of  the mining industry are properly taken  -. care of.���������Exchange.  Mineral Exhibit.  Arrangements   have   been completed  lor a British Columbia  mineral exhibit  at  the   Glasgow exhibition.   Now  the  government proposes to send a good display of minerals to the next exhibition  in Toronto, and is considering   the idea  of exhibiting our precious minerals  before the public at   the  Pan-American  Exhibition in Buffalo. N. Y,, this year.  In New York State considerable capital  is already  invested  in  the Slocan, and  .such a display as is  proposed ought to  influence more investment of capital in (  this district. i  eaeoeo0������0������e������  ���������  o  o  ���������  o  o  ���������  THE BIO- STORE  Mineral at Sloean Junction.  Evidences   are   not wanting to show  this district has iron* and  copper as well  as other minerals.    In strolling over the  hills at Slocan  Junction, Mr. McManus  and others came across a wide   ]pdge of  iron, from which   they shipped   several  tons to the Nelson smelter.   The entire  country rock in that district is fully impregnated with iron, copper, silver and  gold, and we are fully convinced a moderate  sum   spent   in   exploiting there,  would  expose   ledges   of   great   value.  Another advantage of the  locality is its  nearness to  shipping and  market, and  the entire country easily   accessible  at  all   times.    Here   is   a   very promising  held for a little venture. ���������  0  ������  o  0  9  a  0  0  0  0  ���������  *  ft  a  Tie.First Sliipraent of Spring Dry Goods Just  ! Arrived and More on tie. Way.  We are Offering Special Values in Dress Goods,  Carpets, Oilcloths, Tapestry, Squares, Curtains.  Have You Had Our Latest Quotations on Groceries?  a  0  0  ���������  0  0  o  a  a  o  0  0  a  e  0  0  a  a  ������  a  a  a  a  a  a .  a  o  a  a  ���������  a  a  a  a  e  a  ���������  a  a  a  a   *������������������ ��������������������������������������������������������������� ��������� ������������������������ MattttttOOt ������������������������������OO0.O������OO0O,OO0.>  The Kootenay-Coast Railway.  Three parties of surveyors are around  Orand Forks, and it is said, on good  authority, they are there for the purpose  ���������of surveying the proposed Kootenay-  Coast railway. The western terminus  uf the line.will be Vancouver, and either  Cassiai- or Midway, in the Boundary  district, the eastern. The route -will extend through the Eraser River valley,  over the Hope mountains, through the  Nimilkanieen and Okanogan districts,  and thenne across conntrv to Midmay,  In the recent speech from the throne  of the provincial legislature, a paragraph  was inserted to the effect that the government will introduce a measure providing for a subsidy of $8,000 per mile.to  aid the proposed enterprise, and .it is  the intention of the, promoters to ask  additional aid from the Dominion parliament.  FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS  Mrs. Winslows Soothing Syrup has been used  by millions of mothers lor their children when  teething.   If disturbed at nieht and broken in  your rest by a sick child, sull'eriiig and crying  witn pain of cutting teeth.   Send at once and  get a bottle of "Mrs.Wiiislow's Southing Syrup"  for ehildren teething.   It will relieve the poor  ��������� little sufferer immediately.   Depend upon it,  mothers, there is no mistake about it.   It cures  diarrhoea, regulates the stomach aud bowels,  i-ures Wind Colic, softens the gumsand reduces  Inflammation, and gives tone and energy to the  system    "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnr" for  children teething is pleasant to the taste and is  the prescription of one of the oldest and best  female physicians and nurses in the United  .States.  Price Mc. a bottle.  Sold by all druggists  throughout the world.   Be  sure and ask for  "Mrs. Winslow's toothing Syrup."  A Change.  ('.(t.Hnifor a practical New Denver man, is assuming the management of D. J.Robertson's furniture business here.    He will  have with him an experienced  Painter and Paper-lianier,  v In addition to our made-to-order department, which  will always be kept up to the pink of perfection, we have  put in a fine assortment of all  Our Boots and Shoes, Underclothing,  and, in fact  all supplies���������just what's wanted in the camp.    Call and  inspect them.  U"; /"R.: QAMEROKr  Canadian   Pacific  000 0 0 00000000000090  IF YOU WANT  ANYTHING IN  0060000  w.  Stoves  Tinware  SlayBells  LIMITED.  operating   KASLO it SLOGAN HY.  INTERNATIONAL NAV. &. TRAD. CO., Ltd.  BEDLINGTON it NELSON RY.  KOOTENAY VALLEY RY.  .    ��������� <���������  Shortest and quickest route to the East and all  points on the 0. R. it N. and Northern  Pacific Rys. in Washington, Oregon,  and the Southern States.  We can show you some nice  these goods at reasonable prices.  lines in  Carpets sewed and laid.    Furniture  nil its branches repaired and a stock   the   in  of  Furniture  HARRY NASH.  In the new stand, oppositeC.P.R, depot.  00O0O0O0O0OOOOO(  IO0O0OO0O9  always on hand.    Every department of  the  business will be managed in the  best way  possible,  guaranteeing satisfaction to all new and old patroDS.  C.   Q.   BAKER.  STEAMSHIP TICEST  To and from European points via Canadian  ?u/I0���������,n?7Cnn- ]3ne8-   Appl>' for ."ailing dates,  rates and full information to anv C. P.R. agent  iv ������rtPv.W- Hnrbou������-. Agent, Sandon,  w.f. h. Cummlngs, Gen. S.S. Ajjent.Winnipeg  KASLO & SLOCAN RY.  Passenger train for Sandon and way stations  leaves Kaslo at S a. m , daily. Returning,  leaves Sandon at 1.15 p. m., arriving at Kaslo at  3.55 p.m.  INTERNATIONAL NAV. & TRAD. CO.  ���������Operating on Kootenay Lake and River.  S.S. Kaslo leaves Kaslo daily at 8 a. m. leaves  Pilot Hay daily at 9:15 a. m.; urrivesat Kusko-1  nook daily at 11:15 a. m.   Returning, leaves I  Kuskonook daily at V2-A0 p. in.; leave* Pilot I  Bay daily at 2:30 p. m.; arrives at Kaslo daily  at'1p.m.  S.S. International leaves Nelson daily at 7  a.m., leaves Pilot. Bay dally at 9:15 a.m.. Arrives  at Kaslo daily at 10:-I5 a. m. Returning, leaves  Kaslo daily at .1 p.m.; leaves Pilot Hay daily at  '2.30 p.m.; arrivesat Nelson daily at4:3u p.m.  B. & N. AND K. V. RYS.  Passengertrain leavesKuskonook for Spokane  dally on the arrival oi steamer Kaslo connection at Booner's Kerry with Great Northern  (Iyer, east bound.  Leaves Spokane for Kuskonook daily at 0:25  a. ni., making direct connection at Kiukonoolc  with steamer Kaslo for Nelson and Kaslo.  Steamers call at principal landings in both  directions, and at other points when signalled.  Tickets sold to all parts in Gauaada and the  United States.  To ascertain rates and lull information  address Rout. Irving Kaslo. U. G.  Geo. Huston, Local Agent.  )  DIRECT ROUTE TO ALL POINTS  EAST AND WEST  UNEQUALLED  TRAINS,  LOW KATES, QUICK TIME.  Steamship service from Vancouver to  Cape Nome, Alaska, Hawaii, Australia  China and Japan.  Through tickets to and from the Old  Country.  For time-tables, rates and full information, call on or address nearest local  agent, or  Hakiiouk, ^gent,  Sandon, B. C, or  E. J. Covlk  A. G.P.A., Vancouver  H. W.  . S. Carter,  .D.P.A., Nelson.  AG1TnpSriU'ANTi:D-LlFK 0F QUEEN VIC-  Tnhnfwil' Autliors-Thc Queen herself, Dr.  John Coulter, from London, Eng., John A Coo  abon,���������^ ������f Can'"iia������ Magazine?Toronto;  on?y SI 7iPa������eS; iXMH neVer equalled; price  oni> si.75. See other advt. in this paper also  two reviews in this pUper.   World iCblishing  Co., Guelph, Ont.  ISgjffiL  *9  _������������������,  ������|W*  p  ���������  .  *>l.dt 4|i-4.^   4"jV" I     *?*���������! rtW,y3������?v^i^rj*V^l-~*il  TWENTIETH ANNUAL STATEMENT  ow>*w*w&&-  -4&W&&Q  Assurance  HEAD  OFFICE :-112  WEST  mparsy'.  S  ������  ���������Dec 30, 1S99.  For the Year Sinded December 31st, 1900.    $3.336.710 2������  To net Ledger Assets   RECEIPTS.  (Dec. 31,  ijjoo.    To Cash for Premiums $822,929 00'  " "      To Cash    Income on Investments, etc..     183,041  55  Dec, 31, 1900.  DISBURSEHENT5.  By Payment for Death Claims, Profits,etc $304,679 00  By all other Payments     264,493 35  1,005,970 5J  $4,342,6S0 7O  ASSETS.  569,172 68  $3>773>5������8 o3  iDcc. 31, 1900.  By Mortgages, etc     $ 1,282,389 92  " Debentures (market value ������739,199 47)          729,813  10  " Stocks and Bonds (market value $1,031,680 00).... 1,013,79996'  " Real Estate, including'Company's building  3S9.751  79)  " Loans on Policies, etc  239>7'9 38!  " Loans on Stocks, (nearly all on call)  91,580 c  1' Cash in Banks and on Hand  26,473 93  $3>773.5oS 08  Premiums outstanding, etc. (less cost of collection). 163,071 16  Interest and rents due and accrued        40,684 59  Dec. 31, 1900.  LIABILITIES.  To Guarantee Fund ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� S     60,000 00  "    Assurance and Annuity Reserve Fund 3,362,709 000  "    Death Losses awaiting proofs, etc... 54.362 44  $3.977>263 83  3.477.071 441  \ Net, Surplus  S500,192 39  Audited and found correct.  J.  N.  LAKE, Auditor.  The financial position of the Company is unexcelled���������its  percentage  of net surplus to liabilities exceeds that of any other Home Company.  New insurance issued during 1900  .$4,153,150 co  I       Exceeding the best previous year (except one) in the history of the  Company. ���������  Insurance in force at end of 1900 (net) ,......24,883,061 00.  IHON. G. W. ALLAN.  PRESIDENT  JOHN L.  BLAIKIE  VICE-PRESIDENTS  HON. SIR WILLIAM  R.  MEREDITH, K.C.  E. GURNEY, Esq.  J. K. OSBORNE, Esq.  DIRECTORS  ���������HON. SENATOR GOVVAN, K.C., LL.D., C.M.G.  lL. W. SMITH, Esq., K.C., D.C.L.  D. McCRAE, Esq., Guelph.  MANAGING DIRECTOR  WM. ftflcCABE, LL-B-, F.I.A.,-. F.S.S, -  SECRETARY MEDICAL DIRECTOR  L. GOLDMAN, A,LA. A. THORBURN, M.D-, Edin.  The Report containing the proceedings of the Annual Meeting, held on Januarj  30th last, showing marked proofs of the continued progress and solid position of th<  Company, will be sent to policy-holders. Pamphlets explanatory of the attractive  investment of plans of the Company, and a copy of the annual report, showing its un<  excelled financial position, will be furnished on application to the Head Office, or anj  ^tbo-CQuiDanx's agencies,  BY CHEMICAL MEANS.  Ke<-<'iif I':\|ii'i'liiieiii>r>li<>,t-'i I'o-slbilll.v of  ������c|H'i><lncli(iii of I.He AVIIIiiui! Iiiinren-  iialimi.  Dr. Jacques Loeb, of the University  of Chicago, is attracting much attention in the sciotifio world by his  experiments in artificial reproduction  of life. In the first report of his investigations he showed that by a  chemical process reproduction without  impregnation might occur in the eggs  of sea-urchins.  Latex investigations show that the  possibility of artificial reproduction  is not confined to the sea-urchins'.  Star fishes and. Some higher forms of  LIGHT AS A CURE.  At a meeting, of the Academy of  Sciences in Paris on December 3d,  Monsieur P. Garnault reported that  in certain diseases light exercises a  specific curative action. The most  successful treatment under concentrated light occurred in cases pi muscular and articular rheumatism, various kinds of ulcers and chronic catarrh  of the nose and ear.  [Three of the nurses at the Scarborough Hospital performed heroic actions in a fruitless: endeavor to save  t'ho life of a little child named 'Air t bur  Harwood.      They allowed skin to be  small pieces, not larger than peas',  and add tomato catsup, 1 teaspoon  Worcestershire sauce and a small  quantify of flour, then beast to boiling.      It is a unappetizing d.elicacy.  Ham Sandwiches���������Cut some- thin  ���������^���������'������������������es of fresh bread, from which remove the crust. Chop some cold  boiled ham very fine. To every teacup of the chopped meat, add 1-2 teaspoon made mustard and the yolk of  a hard-boiled egg. Mix well together, butter the bread and spread with  USES  OF  GOLD WIA/JM3B.  "I am beginning to think that cold  water Ls more beneficial than drugs,"'  a friend said to me recently. "When  I am sleepless', as I frequently am, I  wet a cloth with cold water and hold  it alternately at the back of my neck,  the pit of my stomach, on my wrists, i the  prepared  meat  and across  my forehead.      This low-    ers my temperature and leaves me s'o FANCY DESSERTS,  refreshed that I am usually sure of chocolate Pudding-Ingredients, 1  falling asleep very soon after the ap- 1 u2 q(S] o������ milki x x_2 oups gugar> U2  plication. 1 cake    chocolate,    3 tablespoon     corn-  "For constipation, I know of nojstflrch, 1 teaspoon vanilla and 1 qt.  better remedy than a couple of glass- j j-jcli cream. Place milk in double  es of cold water taken upon retiring ;cooker,,heat, to boiling point and.add  and also the first thing in the morn- ' cornstarch mixed in a little cold milk.  ,.,    , , j;-,l        j        flayed from their bodies and grafted  life have proved susceptible to cxtcr-   on tll0 boy> wJlo WIS euff0J-ing rroin  nal generative influences. These experiments are extremely interesting  and. seem to bring science to the very  portals of the secret of existence. The  possibility of artificial production  and. its extension opens' up an enormous field for conjecture and research.  isa t'his country.  severe burns.  HIS PRIVILEGE.  Jasper,���������-Young Rocky spends his  money in lumps without enjoying it.  J'umpuppe���������Well, that's nil right.  His father made it in lumps without  earning it.  mg.  "Rheumatism also is' said to flee  from a persistent deluging of the  system with this' simple fluid. A gallon of water should be taken daily,  two quarts ia the morning, before  breakfast, and the other two between  meals during the day. Of course  this quantit}- cannot be taken at  first, but must be attained to gradually. Neither must it bci bolted, down  as one gulps a glass of soda, but taken  slowly, with intervals of rest.  "A chronic case came to my notice  recently. The lady had been afflicted for a number of years, her finger  joints" wore crooked and swollen, and  she had been a great sufferer. Her.  physician prescribed a gallon of water daily. She explicitly followed the  directions given her, until'now she  tells me she has: been entirely free  from pain'for several years, and her  fingers have attained nearly their original shape. Another patient was  cured of a very severe attack of rheumatism in four weeks, by simply  drinking cold water, and carefully  regulating her diet, which consisted  mostly iu abstaining from Sweets, and  red blooded meat, beef in particular."  Rheumatism, constipation and sleep-*  lessnes:s are three formidable foes. If  nature's beverage can successfully  grapple with them, is it not well to  avoid drugs, and to cleanse the system with pure water, free to all, and  unfailing in its supply?  An excellent, gargle for sore throat  is listerine and'water, in the- proportion of one-third listerine to two-  thirds water. It is very pleasnat to  the taste, purifies the breath, and is,  a good disinfectant. Often a troublesome irritation will attack the  throat, caused sometimes: by a deranged, stomach, often the forerunner of a serious co 1(L This." listerine  gargle, if taken in season, will prevent the cold, from materializing to  any great extent. It is an antiseptic  which is largely used by tho medical  fraternity.  HAM DELICACIES.  Broiled Ham���������Prepare the ham as  for frying, but cut tho slices thinner. Remove most of the fat. The  fire must bs clear or the ham will  have a smoky flavor. Put on the  gridiron and cook until nicely browned.     Serve with poached eggs.  Potted Ham���������Take the remains of  cold boiled ham and mince very fine.  To every 2 lbs lean meat allow 1-2 lb  fat. Pound the ham, fat and lean, in  a mortar to a fine paste, gradually  ad.ding 1-2 teaspoon pounded mace,  1-2 teaspoon cayenne, and a little allspice. Be particular to mix the ingredients well. Press: the mixture  into tiny jars, filling within an inch  of the top, and pour over tho ham  enough clarified butter to fill the  space.  Melt chocolate and sugar together  and add to milk and cornstarch. .Cook  all for 20 minutes and add. a pinch, of  salt. Stir often, pour out into a  deep dish,, and when cold add vanilla.  Before sending to the table, whip 1 qt,  cream, sweeten with 1-2 cup powdered  sugar and add 2 teaspoons vanilla.  Pour this1 over the chocolate mixture  and serve.  Tapioca.- and Peaches���������Cook 1-2 box  granulated tapioca in 1 qt, water and  stir. It should be the consistency of  soft custard. Sweeten with 1 cup  sugar. Place' in a deep saucer 1  preserved peach, pour around it the  tapioca and/' over all pour rich cream.  This makes a very delicious dessert.  Peach and Pear Shortcake���������Make a  short biscuit cake as for any strawberry shortcake. Cutv up' peaches  and pears fine and put them on the  ice withi plenty of powdered sugar.  When thei cake is cold, pour over the  top the fruit mixture and over all  pour 1 qt, cream that has been whipped and sweetened.  Cottage Pudding With Strawberry  Sauce���������The recipe for cottage pudding is the same as for, .any,'ordinary,  cup cake,, but the sauce makes the  dessert. Cream, together gradually 1  cup butter and 2 of sugar. But  until very/ light, then add 2 qts,  crushed fresh -.strawberries.. Pour  over the cake when hot. This sauce  ifl also good poured over hot popovers.  ���������Apricot Jelly���������One pound of best  dried apricots, stewed until rich and  tender, with/ sugar enough to be very  sweet. Strain out apricots and chop  fine. Them add juice to chopped  fruit. A.dd 1 box gelatine that has.  been soaked over nighi and place all  in mold, j When cold, .serve with,  sweetened whipped cream.  HOW TO POLISH THE WINDOWS.  The action of the sun, moisture and  the carbonic acid in the air, on the  loda or potash in the glass produces  an opaqueness more or less pronounc-'  ed. iTo remove this wet the glass,  with dilute hydrochloric acid, and after a few minutes go over the glass  with powdered whiting. Pour the acid  slowly into the cold water, using  four ounces of the acid to twelve  ounces of water, one pint and a half.  Polish with chamois or soft paper. It  must bo. remembered that this acid  will attack metals and should not be  allowed to touch them, nor should the  bottle be left open an instant longer  than necessary, as the fumes are  very destructive.  Sin is our only enemy. ^  He who makes light of the Bible will  get  no light from it.  If you do not flee from the devil you  will be fleeced.  Giving love, by the way is) the way to  getting love.    ,  His heart of sympathy is' behind Hisi  To Devil Ham���������Cut up fried ham in1 [hand  of strength. c  .1S3S?K?wft,.iWiiK3CT,wn  ���������M  1  ���������IT  ���������8  I  I  'lit  |  (I  1 /  i?  ��������� S"  v.,  f, I  <        ',    >c  wulffi VIGOROUS OLD AGE  OBTAINED THROUGH   THE   USE   OF  DR.  WILLIAMS', PINK iPILLS.  Mr. William Gray, of(Newmarltct, Tells  How He Became Hale and Hearty at  the Advanced Age of Seventy, After  Having Suffered 'Great Torture from  Sciatlcaand Rheumatism.  From the Express, Newmarket, Ont.  Mr. William Gray, who is well and  favorably known in the town of Newmarket and vicinity, is rejoicing over  his release from .the paina of sciatica,  and  rheumatism through    the use of  .   Dr. Williams'.. Pink Pills.   A reporter  of  the Express called  upon  him  for  the purpose of  obtaining particulars  of the cure .when Mr. Gray gave   the  following    story    for    publication:���������  " About two and a half years ago I  was seized with a very severe attack  ���������of rheumatism,   The pain was simply  torturing.   At times the trouble was  seated in my knees, then in my hips.  For nearly  a year  I suffered   along,  working as best I   could, in the hope  of  being able   to  overcome  the     disease.   During the day    the   pain  was  > Jess severe, but at night it was just  ae bad as ever.   To increase my  torture I caught a cold   which resulted  in an attack of sciatica in my right  leg.   If I walked  a   short  distance  I  would be seized by sharp pains in the  hip and in  time I became a used up  ,   man.; my appetite  failed  me,  and   I  ���������could not rest at night on account of  the pain.   I tried one medicine after  another  without  avail.   I  also   consulted doctors with" no better result.  I was beginning to think that I was  doomed to suffer the rest of my life  when one day a friend strongly   advised me to  try Dr. Williams'   Pink  Pills.   I took his advice and procured  a supply of the pills and began taking     them   according    to directions.  Before the third box was finished   I  noted, a change  for the better, so I  continued, the use of the pills till   I  had taken ten or twelve boxes when  iny trouble had entirely disappeared.  To-day I am free from pain and feel  that life is worth living, even at the  ripo old age  of seventy.   I .can now  do a day's  work with many men who  are twenty years younger than I.   I  thank    God for my   restoration    to  health  through    the    agency of    Dr.  Williams'    Pink    Pills, and   I   trust j  other similar sufferers will give them  a trial, for knowing what these pills  have done    for me   I   am sure that  they cannot fail being as beneficial to  ������ others similarly afflicted.  , If tha blood is pure and wholesome  disease cannot exist.     The reason Dr.  Williams'   Pink Pills cure  go    many  forms of disease is> that they act directly upon the blood and nerves, thus  reaching' the    root    of   the    trouble.  Other    medicines act . only    on    the  symptoms of the trouble, and that is  the reason)   the   trouble   always   returns when you cease these medicines.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills   make   permanent    cures    in   kidney    troubles,  rheumatism, erysipelas,   anaemia and  kindred diseases.   ; But    be sure you  the    genuine    whioh    bear    the   full  name Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for. Pale  People on the  wrapper around every  box.  TEE BBATB' CIESHIRES.  REPORT OF THEIR GALLANT DEFENCE OF KAALFONTEIN.  Tho Uocr������ MaUn a Very Vigorous Attack  on the ICrltiKli, Km Were Kenton Off  l������y the Itcf'ciiilcrK _ i;iii]<-<I tiiiinnnl-  llou In I Ik: Town.  Jame3 Carey, of Norwich, proprietor; of the Dorphim Baths, may J>e described as tlhc champion life-saver in  tlhe old cathedral city, for he has (just  been presented by the mayor with  tlho Royal Humane Society's vellum  certificate for saving a boy from  drowning in July last, this being the  twenty-fiftli rescue he  has  achieved.  The London Standard correspondent  at Pretoria sends the following spirited account of the defence of Kaalfontein by a detachment of the Cheshire Regiment on January 12;    The  attack on Kaalfontein  was most determined.      It - is rumored that  the  Boers    had buried some ammunition  there, and meant to get it.     Only on  some    such  hypothesis���������the      station  having no    strategic    value���������can one  understand   General   Bever's waiting  about there for six or seven hours; at  the risk .of  being rounded  up.      tAt  any rate he did so, and his lieutenant  was  given    two  12-pouuders���������one   of  them a captured British gun���������and a  Maxim    to    supplement the rifle at-;  tack.      The captain in charge of the  Station  had been   taken ill  the  previous day, and the defence was left in  the    hands    of Lieutenant   Williams  Freeman of    the    2nd Cheshire Regiment,; who,  with ninety mounted- infantry of his oiwn and twenty-five details  from various  other   battalions',  got  bis chance that day.  ��������� ''A SOLDIERLY FORCE.  There  is nothing   like mounted  infantry    work  to  bring out  soldierly  qualities and, resource, and the young  commandant of    Kaalfontein made a  splendid defence.      The enemy's gun*  opened fire a little before seven a.m.v  and as the Boers came up from Zuur-  fontein, they extended and proceeded  to envelop the station from east, north  and. south.     The station trenches! are  magnificently      constructed,       being  deep    and    carefully loopholed      and'  command    the nearly level veldt all  round the post.      The men were directed to lie low, to fire steadily, and  to waste no ammunition.     On the ap.  ���������pcarahce of .the enemy, as every man  of the hundred and fifteen was needed for  the   trenches, the  horses! and  mules    were  hurried    into a cutting  that ran parallel with and alongside  the    line.      An    empty   goods    traixj  reached, the station from Pretoria jus* j  as the Boers appeared, and a lady passenger  on    board,   wit/h  the  station-  master's wife and children, were placed in a bomb-proof    shelter,   already  prepared without the lines. All was in  readiness  fox. a desperate  defence by  the time the Boers were within range,  THE GUNS OPEN  FIRE.  Their  guns  opened    at about  3.OC0  yards, about seven. a.m.      They fired  fast  and furiously,  and as! tho riflemen opened out  to envelop the post*  their Maxim rattled almost incessantly.      The absence of effective covea  was in    favor of   the   garrison, and  doubtless had everything to do  with  the reluctance of the Boers  to come  to  close    quarters    with  the British  soldiers.     For the most part in front  they kept a good thousand yards off,  but on the north and south they took  advantage of the dip of the line and a  mealie   field    to   press closer on the  flanks.  When Lieut. Williams Freeman saw  that the attack was developing in  great force, he detailed Parks one of  the Cheshire Mounted Infantry, to  get out his horse and ride through  to Olifantsfontein to wire for reinforcements. Parks had to run the  gauntlet. He could not leave the station without being observed, and in  a moment a number of Boers were  thundering after him and firing as  they tried to cut him off. But Parks  rode    hard  and   well, and  got clear  away to Olifantsfontein, where the  wire- soon let Lord Kitchener know  what' was going on.  DETERMINED ATTACK.  The attack was in the meantime being pressed with great determination,' to. the incessant rifle fire wast  added the shriek of the shells! as they Dividend declared,  tore through the... station - .'or hurled  harmlessly   overhead.  be issued at a premium of 15 per cent.  having been all taken up.  'Summary or Financial Statement.  Total cash income    $1,951,233.34  Total expenditure, including appropriation for losses  under  adjustment.   .1,890,347.57  Had not  the  firing been  generally  too high,    the  overhead shrapnel must have caused a  great deal of damage and some casualties.;     For four hour's the two guns'  continued to throw shells with hardly  a moment's   cessation.       By   eleven  o'clock, however, the Boers had realized that    the  plucky garrison was  ���������not in the least alarmed, and meant to  see it out until help came. After eleven  the guns slackened, and the Boers: in  the mealie field fired on the left, while  a small'party on the right, close to the  line, made a last attempt to get nearer.     Some twenty Boers tried to rush  ! across the line and get into she station from the south.     The Cheshires',  however, stood grimly firm, and the  enemy  were driven  off,  leaving  one  man lying close to the trenches with  a  bullet  through  his  head.      Previously to this Several saddles had been  emptied, while not a man amongst the  defenders had received as much as: a  scratch.   Towards one o'clock an armoured train carrying a number of infantry  and  an   artillery detachment  with  a i5-pounder  came  up the  line  from Pretoria, and.then Gen. W- G.  Knox, with the 2nd Cavalry Brigade,  appeared on the skyline from Elands-  fontein.     The Boers saw it was.' high  time to    retire.    A    few shells from  Knox's    guns   expedited their movements, an din the partial pursuit their  ments, and in    the    partial pursuit  which followed 8 prisoners were taken.      The  Boers carried off most of  their dead and wounded, so that their  losses' are not known, but it is safe to  say t'hat they did not by any means  get away scathless-.  60.885.77  60.393.26  Total assets.     .   ' .   .     . . 1.776,606.45  Cash capital 1,000,000.00  Reserve fund.       .   .     ...     581,457.22  GOLD PRODUCT OF CANADA.  It'is estimated that the Canadian  gold fields yielded last year 1,257,862  ounces of gold, valued at, ������26,000,000.  Compared with! the preceding year,  1899, this is an increase in ounces of  about 250,000, and in value of $5,009,000.  BRITISH  AMERICA     ASSURANCE  COMPANY.  .The Sixty-seventh! Annual Meeting  of the Shareholders of this company  was held, at its offices, Toronto, on  Thursday, 28th February, 1901.  The President, Hon. Geo. A. Cox, occupied the chair, and Mr. P. HI Sims,  who waa appointed to act as Secretary, read the annual report,, of which  the following is a summary :��������� '  Your directors have the honor  Security to policyholders  $1,581,457.22  The President, who moved the adoption of tho report, which was seconded by the Vice-President, referred to  the exceptionally    heavy    losses)   by  fire on this continent during the year  under review, and said that; although  the report just road did not present  so favorable a showing, as! far as the  balance between income and expenditure for  the year was concerned, as  the     preceding    annual    statements  which he had had the honor during  the past eight years of .'submitting to ���������  the shareholders,  he felt that there  was perhaps aa' much matter for congratulation in  the figures embraced  in the accounts for the year 1900 as in  those  of  some  preceding statements  which have shown a more favorable  balance sheet.     It was gratifying to  observe the continued increase in the  volume of business transacted. While  there had been a satisfactory growth  of  income from  fields in   which the  company had for years past been carrying on  operations,  he was glad to  be able to say,   that, from   tho agencies  recently established  beyond the  limits of this    continent,    very    encouraging    returns    have  been    received.   The predictions that  the directors ventured to make a year ago  as to a probable improvement in conditions of marine business had, he waa  pleased to say, been realized, and, as a  result  of  the    better    rates    which,  speaking    generally,    had    prevailed  both upon inland lake and ocean risks  there had been a fair margin of profit  upon  the  business    written  in    that  branch  during  the year.   But    what  in his estimation was more a matter  of congratulation  than  any  of    tha  figures to whichl he had referred was  the fact that at the close of a year  in which the fire losses in Canada and  the  United  States have    been    very  largely in excess of those of average  years they were able to present a balance sheet which showed a loss of less  than one per cent, upon the premium  income as the result of the year's underwriting     transactions ��������� that   iB,  ignoring the income derived from interest and rent.  The report was, on motion, adopted,  and the following gentlemen were reelected to. serve as directors during  the ensuing year;���������  Hon. Geo. A. Cox, J. J. Kenny, Hon.  S. C Wood, Thos. Long, John Hoskin  K.C., LL.D., H. M. Pellatt, R. Jaffray,  A. Myers and E. W. Cox.  At a meeting of the board held subsequently, the Hon. Geo. A. Cox was  re-elected President and Mr. J. J.  Kenny Vice-President.  present the annual report and financial statement of the company's sixty-  seventh year, duly vouched for by its  auditors.  It will be noted that there,,has been  a considerable increase in the premium  income for the year, this being mainly  due toi the business derived from the  new fields, in whioh the company has  established business connections, and  also to the improved conditions that  have prevailed in the marine business.  Two half-yearly dividends have been  declared at| the rate of 7 per cent, per  annum, amounting to $60,323.96, and  the reserve fund has been increased to  $581,457.22.  In view of the abnormal fire losses  on this continent during the year 1900,  including the disastrous conflagration in April last in the cities of Hull  and Ottawa, which involved a loss of  property to the value of about ten  million dollars, your directors feci  that the statements herewith submitted must be regarded as satisfactory by  the shareholders.  The capital stock of the company  has been mcreased to one million dollars, in accordance with the by-law  passed at the last annual meeting, the  CUISINE NOTES.  Vinegar sprinkled, on the stove will  keep  odors of   cooking   from    going  to j through the house.  #250,000.00 new  stock    authorized   to [garnish.  Meat should always be cooked with  the fat downward.  Raw cabbage is more easily digested  than  when cooked.  After washing lettuce in cold water,  wrap it lightly in cloth and put in the  ice box until time to serve, when', it  will be very crisp.  Celery may be kept fresh for several  days if, after it has been cleaned) and  washed, it is put in #n ordinary fruit  jar, covered tight and put in a cool  place.  After boiling a tongue, and while  it is still hot, remove the skin, then  put tha tongue in a bowl just large  enough to hold it coiled and put a  plate on) top with a heavy weight  over that. When cold the tongue will  come out in fine shape for slicing  around  instead of across.  Cut crisp celery into inch pieces,  then slit each piece quite fine, nearly  through from end to end. i Put in ice  water for an hour, then    use    as    a  m  asm.iwstMmmuMmimjoK v* *mi-^:.������. -n .a������������isiW}fl/4!f.V  g^ggS^*!!  sk:  Tlie Harris vs. Pitts Case.  The plaintiff in the action   of Harris  vs. Pitta lias been   awarded   a verdict,  judgment   in   the   matter  having been  handed down by Mr. Justice Irving, the  trial judge.   Mayor Pitts  built a store  which,was alleged to,occupy,.part of the  street, and to militate against the value  of property owned by Mr. Harris on the  opposite eide of   the   thoroughfare.   In  his suit Mr. Harris sought  to have the  portion of the building on  the street removed.   The judgment is as follows:  "To entitle a private person  to maintain an action   for  damage  caused  by  that which is a public nuisance (such as  the erection by the defendant of a house  in the middle of a street plainly is) the  damages must be particular, direct and  substantial.   The  rule   is   founded on  public   policy to   prevent  an indefinite  multiplicating of suite.   The only question in this   case  is.   Has the damage  sustained by the plaintiff brought him  within the rule?     <r  In Beckett vs. Midland Ry. Co. (1. r.  3 c. p.) as in this case, the thing complained of was the narrowing of the  highway opposite the plaintiff's premises and thereby obstructing-'the free  access thereto. This was held to be  such a private and particular damage as  would entitle to bring an action.  "The building is.a pernament build  ing and, if permitted to remain, wi  permanently narrow the roadway. It  was established to my satisfaction that  thu erection of this obstruction substantially lessened the selling price or  value of the plaintiff's property.  "I think he is entitled to the relief he  prays with costs. (Signed)  P. vE. Ikving, Judge."  As   there   is   no   order attached it is  hard   to   tell   just what the  judgment  means.���������Ed. -Review.  THE MINING REVIEW-SaTOEbAv, March ,3l  1901,  Jobbers and Retailers in  Hardware  and  Mining: Supplies  T Kails and Track Iron,  Crow's Nest Coal,  Bar and Sheet Iron,  Jessop & Canton Steel for Hand and  Machine Drills,  Powder, Caps, Fuse,  Iron Pipe and Fittings,  Oils, Waste, etc.,  Mine or Mill Supplies of all kinds,  Agents Traux Automatic Ore Cars.  Head Office���������Nelson, B.C.  Stores at  Nelson, B.C.   Kaslo, B.C.   Sandon, B.C.  TJieo. Hadson  jVriJNTEP^S  su:r:rljIE3s.  Gold Seal White Rubber Coats    J Hip Rubber Boots, leather soles  Black and Yellow Oil Coats I Knee Rubber Boots, leather soles  Blankets, Pillows, Quilts, etc;  CALL AND GET OUR PRICES.  'er-ioih.,  RECO AVBNDE.  IF YOU WANT A GOOD  Union-Hade Cigar  SANDON FAVORITE  SLOCAN BELLE  I Our Leading Brands.  The North side hill, or  Sunnvside  ������  i/\tt\t/  M?  Special Brands Made to Order.  New Denver Mining Records.  LOCATIONS.  Feb 27���������Onyx, near New Denver, John Williams.  23���������four Mile No f>, Four Mile or, J C Butl������r.  'ASSESSMENTS. .  Feb 21���������SmugeJer. '25���������Spokane, Evening  Star tr, Arab, Black Eagle. March-1���������Rover.  5���������Freddy, fi���������Flora Tern pie. 8���������Four Mile No  ;>.   15��������� Isis, Carriek, Forum, Eral, Balmount.  TRANSFERS.  Feb 23���������Lydia fr>4, A Sproat to J M Carrie  and 14, to E Shannon, Sept M. . .  ..  25���������Crow fr, E F Lloyd to R Disins-er, Jan 31.'  20���������St Helena aud Trov, sold bv sheriff to J S  C Fraser tor $15,000. Feb lfi.  27���������Star Spangled Banner, Balmoral, Richmond, Josephine, Pollard %, J'J?-Foley to A  Fisher, Feb 11. Hustler fr. re bill of sale, Geo A  Petty to M Gintzburger, Feb 15.  March 1���������Brunswick U, J A McKinnon to A S  Peed, Feb 28. Brunswick ]4, same to A Webb,  Feb 28.  2���������Stanley J^,J A Austen to J G McKay.Sept 18  ���������1���������Benbou. W S D re wry to P J Ilickey, June 17  Heaton fr, all Interest, F S Clements to P J  Ilieker, June 20.   Benbou, Triumph, Triumph  aud Se'aton frs, % in each,   P J Ilickey to W C  Yawkey, Feb 13.   Tom Bowling, Kanawha 1-C,  W C Yawkey. to P J ilickey, Jan 25.   Bencligo  7-1G, Bendigo fr^, Morning 0-20, W H Yawkev  .   to W 1: Yawkey, Nov 15.   Ella B ]/2, JT Kelly to  J T Carrol, Feb  1.   Province '\, A Mullen to  J T Carrol, Feb 1.   Province % Ella B 14, F L  Christie to J T Carrol, Feb 4.  8���������Million %, MJ O'Brien to R McPherson,  Jan 25.  9���������J M Anderson declares he holds J4 interest  in Ida, Marion and Eagle for J Cazazza. Re-  publfcon I4t D Matheson to A McPherson,  March!). Arden% E Shannon to ir J Byrnes,  June 5.  II���������Clara Moore, Storm '/(, A >S Reed to C Mc-  Niehol, March 9. Franklin fr, F Nelson to C A  Anderson, March 9.  13���������Miller Creek fr, notice of suit by Gus Fan-  drey against Emma h Warner.  15���������Lake View 1-5, MA McDonald to D J  Matheson, March 9. Royal Five 1-5, MA McDonald to D J Matheson.  CBKT/FICATKS  OF   IMPKOVKirKNTS.  March 9���������Victor, Newport, Gone Batchclor,  Dolly Varden, 8 1) fr, Legal fr.  ABANDONMENTS.  Feb 22���������G R Smith abandons Oversight, near  New Denver.  FACTORY =  Slocan  Cigar  Factory,  J". P. Martin, Manager  SANDON, B." C.  BAKER STREET,      NELSON, B. C.  Alta Lodge, No. 29.  A. F. AND A. M.  Regular Communication of the lodge.  Meets first Thursday in each month at 8 p. in.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  TIIOS. BROWN, Sec'y.  This Montli it's Ajiples-Jfot Dried Apples,  and all other varities. * ' us>   Sp^burg-  Cody Avenue.  SAVE YOUR EYES  From the blinding sunshine.  Snow Glasses just to suit���������  25c, 50c, 75c, #1.00 and  $1.25 ��������� for LADIES and  GENTLEMEN at  JALLAND BROS.  folliott.:.&.. McMillan  andB-  Certificate of Improvements.  Where  located:   On   R   f   Ten  m���������.,. ������ ,  adjoining the Minneapolis- eMm������ mou������^",  lake notice that I, p. m  trn.v*���������   ������������������(,���������������������������  agent for the Erie Mining & Mif?i��������� r���������0���������Sf,as  Limited, of Sandon, Free M ���������er'B CerTi^LT'  No. B 21621, intend, 'sixtydaysfromthe date  rZSfr' ������ *PPly t0 the Mi"i������t'Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvements, for the 1pur nose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of'the above ela'm  And mrther take notice that action   under  section 37   must   be  commenced!  before th������  issuance of such Certificate of Improvenfents  Dated this 5th day of March, 1901.liJruvemems-  P.M. HAYES. I  Graduate Opffcfan.  A NICE LINE OF  HMO Celebrated  StatlOflery ���������������������* Arrived  AT CUFFE'S  BOOKSTORE.  Dealers fu.Rou^K and Dressed Lumber, Coast Flooring,  and Joint FmfsKfn^ Lumber jnoulfdf^, Etc.  SASH AND DOOR ON HAND TO ORDER.   JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.  FACTORY ON MAIN STREET.  ���������Dealers m P?eafs  AT SANDON  ROSSLAND, NELSON, KASLO, PILOT BAY, THREE FORKS, SLOCAN CITY.  .1  m*  m  w  ���������&,���������  ���������4V  VM  I  I.  '15  'i  w^^M^^m^^m^^^^^^m-^^^^mm^  kM^&Mmmmvs&wzix  m  ���������1 mi i ii-r -


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