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C  And wtottr !�� a v|ktf   a*ir   i  to give the walls u\  pearatue, kt usjsm  Rest fa ym thv  tatnou^  ?'* u5c*i  .+-*  . i����  t   1.    4  1 ^ I*  \H  *  ��? ^  *   * J  -**1   u   t^  5  u  J*.  �����   *,  <��     I  for Sah  Vr-4-  -       J  ^erjttatigWew, Neat and  e* ^   Atserican  BIIisir<! and Head-.  c /   ?tS> rrt* r tt <* a P��t4, ��,. ��    4,     j-j^ ti n^ '  a*  ��* ����*  '.     *  i umi^wirtp ^^mno^niiM;  RATES; $f Ptr 4^} m4  .  v  r *  *   ^  ..<  ��*��*i ^ntfl *��*  up.  *  V  (.>���-'  -�����#">���'���''       .-.       ��  Art����H����,   ||Wf<   fo   ^^  4  !*  ** 1 ,      Oh  ' jl^" T  (  *,V  4       "��L      1\  v >v&  #f:  .^4  "9  <f\ ��  VS*.  41.TJ  ^  I* -1ft  ',  T    ,--"..  *     .'i   -.    ,     f      ,.  i   ;     �����. >  'i t i  \  I rt  I  ^1 ^  -IV  1 ^  I  -    A i s.  ^  ..��(- warn  WJ 111, WHWWWBBMBB  o     '      <"������        .'*  ELSON ECONOMIST  IOL. IV.  NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST i,  1900.  NO.  ��}  hi<  IIIE NELSON ECONOMIST is issued every  Wednesday at thk City of Nki^son, B. C, by  II). M. Caulkv Suh^cription : S2.00 Per an-  niwi ; ik vall) in advance, $1.50. correspondence of oenera i. interest respectfully  solicited. Only articles of mkrit will he  advertised in these columns, and thk interests of readers will km carefully  otmrdkd at; a inst irresponsible persons and  worthless articles.  NiERE is no branch of business more capable of  profitable co-operation, than is mining, and yet  110 line is the principle  applied so seldom.      The  diuarv   prospector will lake to the hills as-soon as  1* s;msoh opens, and ere its close will have probably  akrii off several new claims       These he will try to  .sp >se of, but   he docs not succeed in very many in-  amxs. alfhoui'h his record may entitle him to some  ceeptsbudly rich ground     Too often necessity com-  Is him to part with n good property for a mere trifle,  d in such cases it invariably falls into the hands of  :>me speculator who holds on pending the opportunity  :> sell ,u a respectable proht       But assessment work  ;as to be done if,   ns is too frequently the case, the  older docs not let his claim run out to be  re-staked  y some one else according to ore-arrangement.    Not  :mg ago there was a demand for undeveloped proper-  es, but that day has passed,   and the sooner the fact  realized the better,      At piesent there is a   market  ���>r proven properties only       If miners who go preset inv. or those who hold a number of claims, would  .lit co operate in developing what might tx? mutually  greed upon as the most promising of their holdings,  instead of waiting for capital to come in and pay some  ���Ise to do the work,   the result would be satisfactory  o all concerned.      Wherever this plan has been hon-  lv tried it has proved a success.      What is costs to  DM fit a pro^jKXtor for a season's work would l>e n tuple  fevith co-operation to maintain him during the time he  ���jjjjvould be engaged in proving a selected property,  be-  the  ired  it to  ^V.w^Vhat stage at which an   investor  becomes  interested.  :;>V^l^ie co-operative  plan was recently  adopted  on  the  -I Y ^'Triune claim on Stiver Cup Hill in the Lardeau, with  r ;' ':**:ue result that after seven weeksv wotk the little band  ��//"Y- *>f practical .men are now shipping twenty tonsoi high  - .a-   ;rrat|e ore to the smelter, the profits on which will pay  -...-' * diem handsomelv for their enterprise.     We hope the  - 'T ,?"fxample thus set will l>e followed by others, and that  ,. Y be co-operative .system will be largely adopted in the  Xootenavs. ���___  That grim old dowager of China is; according  to  he Los Angeles il fining lie view. the incarnation in an  aggravated form of Louis Hie bieu-aitne of France,  whom history records as saying, " After rae the deluge.'' As a matter of fact history is not quite clear  on that point. Some historians claim that credit for  the celebrated saying must he given to Mme.de Pompadour, the king's mistress ; but that is not a matter  of much importance just now What is of importance  is that the grim old she-monster of China is doing the  deluge business herself on a pretty extended scale,���  more extended even than that of the bien-aime or of  his bien-aituee, which ever it was Just here it is well  to recollect that this Chinese monster of the feminine  eender is not Chinese at all. She is a Manchurian,  as are probably all of those associated with her in her  present devilish work, 1 bese Manchurians are termed  Chinese because they have ruled China for more than  ^oo vears. but ttiev are of the Tartar breed and not of  the Chinese race, so that the Manchurian is nothing  more nor less than a villianous, dirty, old, barbarous  savage, whom nothing on God's earth could ever  civilize.  Stkveston, the big cannery,station on the Fraser  River, is now under martial law. The fishermen, as  already noted in these columns, went out oa strike because the can tiers would not yield to their demand of  25 cents per fish captured. For a time the Japanese  held out with the whitemen, but now the, Japs have  returned to work at the old scale, and the whitemen  are left idle. A couple of years ago the whiteman and  the Indians did the' fishing on the Fraser, but since  then the great influx of Japanese and Chinamen  has altered the condition of things, until now these-  people have practically a monopoly of the business, and  another big industry has been handed, over to the  Oriental element in this country. Without going into  the merits or demerits of the case, i% is regrettable to  find the natives and whitemen of British Columbia  being supplanted by the most undesirable class of  foreigners. The danger which threatens white labor  in this province may be inferred from the fact that at  present there are employed in the fishery industry  alone some 7,000 Japanese and 4,000 Chinamen .The  two races do not agree under ordinary circumstances;  but when it comes to a question of ousting the white-  man.��and that in his own country, there is a unanimity worthy of a better Cause. It is a pitiable sight  to see the militia* called out to protect a horde of the  most objectionable foreigners while doing a work  which of right ought to belong to the native. In |io  country in the world, we believe, wouki it be possible  lor -i similar scene to be enacted.  ���"���* Music hath charms to soothe the savage breast,"  is a generally accepted fact. Of course these charms  are not confined to the soothing of the savage; Music  AM  " Vl  , v       I.I-I  AAl  ->\>J  m  �����*���*����� jr������*�����  rt^WSHMMSRHSW^^ If,  THb^NELSO^  Yl  I',   ig|'..-JI  m  lYIl  .ASfi': -  fell  tiflft-llPl.:  ffeifr|l��?$  lf|^f8?��$y  !���'  !H';.  IW  IV&fAa,  R;.fti;  S.\W��. -,*���  0m mi  plv^tf'.Wf  t<A#i ���.-���,4,'v��  ma:-mm  mim  SfS WSSI.'f  iiif  ;t^ilif  *:���*   .Jt?)  !'#?  wields a beniiicent w>wer the world over.     From the  cradle to the grave it exercises its infttteirceover man  kind,    the little bal^  the sweet music of a mother's voice, and as it develop"*  into childhood and  manhood the  more the nature is  tempered ..and refined by music the better the man will  be?     To the strains of some martial tune the hero is  led to the battlefield, and with music he is tolIo\yc*l to  the grave       But. a hew use .'has been .discovered'., tor  harmony; melody or discord - it is not as  yet dcwiHcd  whicliA-if re]K>rts coming -from the fruit belt of: YYu*  tral New York are to be believed.      The YumciY y  Binghampton appear to have made the startling ebs  coverv that in order to kill  the  insects'-'andy wtr'uts  which infest their fruit frees it is only .necessary��� 'to  hire a local brass band to march around the  orchard  and play.    The particular kind of vibrations timY^Y  in motion, we are told,   are quickly   fatal to fruit-'frev  a worms and other of the low organisms, and that aH.e'r  one of these open-air concerts the former arid his fan*-  ily gather up the  dead pests in  baskets a.nd���' cVe.uutte.  them.      Now we are not aware from t^r-smia! .'e,xjxvi -  perience what class of local hands they have aU Bm'Y:  hampton,: but it:. is dear that.'-the', farmers  andy .their  families survive music which proves fatal to insect itfcv  There are grave doubts in our mind, '.however;: UtY.  the music  produced by the  bauds of Nelson   wouU!  prove efficacious in the destruction of insect ��� 1 ifc       ft  might  have the effect  of transporting the; little ones  into the realms of dreamland;  if they are..capable  o  making the trip, but .to 'prove 'fatal,!���neverA     There"  are, however, certain beginners in the art divine heic  whose present  efforts on musical '.'instruments . would  rid any orchard of the insect pest;, they clear a nYgY  borhood of a robust population.  Should the discovery  made  by  the  Biughampton fruit-raisers 'prove to !>e  all that is claimed for it, there is happiness/instore for  the communities in   which beginners in Y..strumemY'  music are numerous and prosperity in the' orchard. '  If certain figures quoted at the Baptist  eonvenY-  recently held at Winnipeg be.correct, the votmr lm^  of the United States are a very bad lot ^Mea'sUTom:  acburch-goingpoiutofview     The Rev  T   I*  T  cott, of Rat Portage,   is credited with   the WteW "  that of 7,000,000young men in the United StaiesonY  15 Percent, are regular church attendant,  onlv ~ '^r  cent, are church ������members, and onlv '       '  ^ ' '  -) !  leading Godly lives.      This does not tell well for m��r  young male cousins  across the border       \y(. w   ',',  ���like to have had some statistics as to the church JI ��  ing of the young Canadian for comparison sake bn-r  what Rev. Chas. A. Eaton, of Toronto,  tol^the "v  yentioti be not an exaggeration, weare ,���, better Y,"  our neighbors    ^This is how the reverend ^Z  is reported :     f his century is saturated with conm J  ciahsm and maten^ism.  It is t10 use for the proacL  to preach Jesus on Sunday and have his mem}^  and pick pockets on Monday.     The biggest. tT"* g��  to-day are members of Christian churches "    'n^*  who organize big deals and big steals are >'        ''^  cons and church members;      If the preaol ^ ���"^ ( ��a"  speak out, they would fire him quicker tin '^ l��  ':'>yot.dti,;b>^ji.'i^  a :.c!crg y tn'iin; wilf'liiC; ir^  eraliy'ha'v^.^:;';iiiii^h;:|^  'The mwt.s^mm^  .to'ins to;l^'thcinfe^  ;|>iotiS';dcacoos..iiiid.;cdiisrc!i./  ��� tii:it: ^dea Is; or;l*ig Ytttky :iijre;:i  the ;c!:*'^!'c^l fengtiiigy; ot  .won !<IY>C'. fired ������Orl^^fili^  ���!;a?ncn.ial>lc.co0dtiiori::;o^  ;b'|:fck ���^!iee|^1u;;eve.rYyfi  flic r;CM. ��>f;.t he 'flr^kjliiltitd  Yy*-^: * *? ^,1^'^i^ii^-'^  :.y;;::y;::;|f:||::^iit|;t^  i:ytSiatj,IJ:;;pi .r��^||i|^.y|  C#i:i'1ti^rti;i t ii*i:^cli-^;' :^yy: aY;:';;^  , <WmwB|iwtn��H��^l  .V'^^flj^^i'i  : 'T'H.li ���wi*!' 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M iit.. co$r^Wft!$^i^^  \v!jiu ,.the ;figb:i; iii: fc"fti��^?;^i)|^]^^^^^^^  u win jt?ik.^ \'>cK*^MY>;^f#fiyi;ip^^  Stat<r^ M'^.v^fetglil'y^:ftfer.;l.i^  opiinoii of':CleiicmUj^wteti-  i  lo govern Hit  'f*-.j��V,-  ioMK4*'-JioW;Mi  i it.    4  ake l<> krtl* I  II:  .Kt:ro|��mi u idc^-' ?.���  .11iI$;M;;,t'..:;pi^|  exerts- with; more 1iti*^/ii.iiii^;'S'y  lpr|:|||  tr..�� h^u're. o'uj...  ���M^,ig^;i��--i^^!i::>\WllTli>liWMI>jlll��^ ������  ��� Kin<v Ift.*&jlockt.:���.of: .italy;;.;^t|W$$  ot the itss^ssuL , ���y^1iite:;ii:tttiiiIMiY  ���:tm$m  iilrlbafli:* if ^  prizes in ���f>nncYU0f:fy;witt VS  ivscii,; liH.maj^tV .':Wli$s!!oi:::dow^: &  * .';:'.;���:''���������.,.'���" ..v,i';.^':    .,A \', L-:,''���','., v;''.'.':,.::,::.:,;:     Sit*'  ���'������t'l  wtio,- wa*t  .tmtncf!i!iitly''''li.k���byl.tlte'  H���,��t  mw^'  It**'  uuLK;rt \y-as.:.very; iK^piiliir;itt^iig::liip ...  vhe greatest. ^.^rrcMy, pr^vi'ii^::tl!.roii|l|M^:;&\  i ���ne. assas^u?,  m.' far. m  fe;������.'ttito^VlivY-'"fe^^!::?^ ....  griey.tucr.agidnst his'''nia'fely, y:';y'I'te,:;if:^tti#jK^^ r"'  h'-ve nctcflat;the itiitigatioo. -of tltW'yi^lJiiliill^.^  ol bl<i*Kl"thifMy ?a.n%lies'w1n:rlire.T^  l3  ." I  4  f      '4        T  k ��  ill  in  I-  ����� murder,   and whose r;?rgai11E^lIS0f*Yl.|>|?eam:t^t^,f^,,   ^n.tue. increase on the;Euroj'^^.rt''.co*d|Mnl.:''/ ,  :.<les|H!r;Hc eb-uacters . acx:of!V{dblr!hftr::::rW0rk.- wltlllt^ .  greatest. <hirin��. and Seldom-try toic^pe\,0ir:M;^     '  eousequcuces of their ac^.;.'   1.0 .the.f>rc|etlt:.Cj��#^':  shots' were- deliberate!y ' firtd- /'at ihe"^Wcl.to,':'---flip! *  to<.k effect. y::':,:'yY.?yy.'  '**-->*-^s��t*i*^,.i. K'.^tHrtMBOTft-^*',  e  Sf-r:  According to the I*c��rt!ait'd. 0^*^V-t%:^i^  in,t.he Columbia are,fast l>��ui.g'cxtC.rm'inW^-  ���''* enough lish .couid be caught its' ilie'.river.;by mt|^  plvi,,w; lra^)S' ne!Y seines,and wt^el^ to'-make up:,*n::  average pack and - yield the cantie'rvmeii'-.':big p^v  tueidea that the salmon would ^.5*0,miMlaV".CXteritt^-'-  V  I  T  hi   *.  I  A .       K    '  ��     ���>  iMwM^VXSirgiimiilixri^aMt.Miu. ^^M**kto&tWMHtMm&Wft$ffi!Sll^ t  >'���>!  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  5  was scouted,    If any of the cannerymen believed  possible, he kept his opinion to himself and only  ik more strenuous efforts to get as much more than  share of the fish as possible while they lasted, and  iclped to  bring  on  the catastrophe,  caring not  tether future generations were  to have salmon to  ik or even to eat.      The end has apparently come  mer than anybody anticipated, and  the canneries  lying practically idle,   there being no fish to keep  mi going.    Th< pack on the Columbia has been ex-  itionally light so  far^ and the big run which was  |pectedto*take place in July did not materialise, nor  mt.    If the industry is to be preserved on the Cob  ibia some practical measures must be taken, and at  [be.    Several heretofore good streams in the United  ites have been fished out, and with this object lesson  Fore them the cannerymen of the Columbia are hearing themselves      It was thought a few years ago  pt the artificial propogation of salmon would keep  the supply, but in this Case it does not seem to have  desired effect.      It is said that millions of young  have been turned out in waters  where there was  k a supply of food for them and where their enemies  sre numerous, so that only a very small proportion  [them survived       It is now suggested to plant the  |nug (ty away up in the headwaters of the streams  (ere the salmon go to breed  and where nature has  ivided food"lor the young-    The hatcheries on the  fitse! River give satisfaction, and there is no reason  by, if proper precaution be taken,  similar  results  bold not be obtained on the Columbia.  _ cwsi^usy eK4*i"n*  .    UfMf'MM'MlVfta,;***"''*���*���"-  TVAMWItWAWMM.    I  Lead Pcnsils have a History,  p(T is suggested that Hon. J. IL Turner may in the  jtor future become agent-general for British Columbia  ; Loudon, Mr Turner has served this Province  ithfuliy nnd acceptably, as recent events proved, for  pars, and at no time has his services been so essen-  it as at present. We fee! that the province can  reely spare him now, but should it transpire that  is services would be required in the capacity of agent  }��ffi>��Mtfu.eraL beyond doubt it would be to the great advau-  -^SHfte of British Columbia. His thorough grasp of the  �� uHHptiuircmcnts of the province qtudiiy him more than  k'^PHpy ��*ber person for the position of agent-general.  [ ^-4??VThe lerd   txmeil, the most   common of all   writiiur  l^i^Suplements.   is  somewhat  over 200 years   old, savs  .,,*.***"���?   St    Louis   (rfaht*-!kmnc>t\t.      The   term   "lead  I    - pencil," however, is a misnomer, as, in a miueralogi-  I      "-*��-* sense, there is  u ��t a   particle ��>f lead in its   com  I    %'^*..Mtion.      The lead pencil   originated wit h   the dis-  I   ;   sYvery of the  graphite   mines in    hngland   in 1664,  I        ^*ring the reign of Queen   Klizabeth.     As graphite  '-* greatly   resembles galena, the   German name    for  J such is bleiglauz, it was given the name  of  blei, or  . uL      In the early   days of lead pencil making   the  ^ lphite was sawed in thin sheets and cut  into strips  f * -idler and smaller until they were of   a   size to be  *ercd  with  light   slips,   and thus   serve   as . pen-.  \   The   first   pencil   created   much  exeitement.  vfc graphite mines of England were considered of in  estimable value and were protected by law. But  there was great waste--first, in digging, for many of  the pieces were too small for cutting, and again in the  manner of cutting the graphite, which was so crude  that half the material was lost. So a b nding substance had to be invented. Glue, gum, isinglass and  other substances were tried, but the graphite was  only rendered hard and brittle and of uneven hardness. " Its marks were faint and indistinct, and in  those days if the point broke it was quite an undertaking to sharpen'it away and the graphite heated  over a light to soften it, after which it was drawn to  a point with the fingers: In 1795 Conte, a Frenchman, came on the idea of using pulverized graphite  and blinding clay. This discovery resulted in pencils  of varying hardness, according to the amount of  binding clay added, and each pencil was of exactly  the same hardness throughout its length Soon'  after this discovery improvements followed in mixing,  rolling and sharpening the graphite composition,  which was cut into lengths, placed in a warm oven to  harden, and finally incased in wood, as seen today.  i  The last payment but one was made on the Juno on  Morning Mountain, on Monday.      There is no work  . being done on the property at present, but the owners  evidently mean business, judging from the promptness  with which they have met the payments on the bond.  Joseph Blethen, the author of ** Grandmother Wins  low's'Precious Plates/' in the August  Ladle**  Flome  Journal, is one of the newest writers of fiction.      He  is quite  a  young man,   and occupies the position of  managing editor   of the Seattle (Washington) 7W\s.  A disastrous forest fire has been raging about the  town of Vmir for the past few da}^. Yesterday the  inhabitants feared the town was doomed, and the, hose  reel and bucket teams were pouring out water on the  buildings. A change of wind fortunately saved the  town, but it drove the flame in the direction of the  Dundee mine, destroying the mill and doing other  serious damage. At the hour of going to press the  lire is still raging.  The tobacco consumers of Nelson are enjoying a  free supply ofthe weed to-day* Joe Downs has been  around with sample packets of a new brand of chewing and smoking, which he invites everybody to sample.  Work has been commenced on Baker Street preparatory to macadamising the thoroughfare. Arrangements are being made for the laying of a good foundation.  K. C. Cordingly is still in jail on a charge of arson.  Up to date he has been unable to find the cash security  ($2000) fixed by Magistrate Crease  Citizens who have failed to make sewer connections  where practicable are notified that the by-law will be  strictlv enforced.  Th* connection between the Nelson & Fort Shep-  pard track and the C.P.R. has been completed, but  traffic over the line has not yet commenced.  George P. Founder has purchased the Central Hotel at Ainsworth from Robert Madden and Thomas  Garvin. Ainsworth promises to be a very busy camp  this fall, as most of the principal mines are at work  and others will be opened up.  - #1  " .Y'J'  A   !���" $1%  At" ;.,?'?>  Arc  -A "A  ' ''  \ J A '-X.  YY YJ  1. '.?#.  iVA"?  .���-��� , <\,<  7     V5T  ' y *>������  A"J,  1    D1  ah  ���y ^ v^l  m-w.^ ,-'*���,:' 1 >' ��n ���"&-'   "'"  'V-;W.' .... . :i).  :*��������  lit':  {' &  mi  icr*1'  Je �� >' 3 4A  sffi*< If  .J J��*tf       . fc:>5  life  li!  h fAl��-4>  U$ftM  ^t?iv; ��fia  3 til  113  *���<���".��>������' 3  &.  ilif.  lA  t (  *��i  - > Y$  Y'~'.  B  fHH NBLSON BCONO,  YiYi^Yv';.".. * :.  MINING   NEWS  V^^'-'HucNDAKYeRiu^r'^'-''',  '''.���.' '' m. '   ' ti    '  W   I    Ho**gy';mana^ing-dire'ct<>r bt the; Monueaa.  =��      .!  Bou'ctereC>eek''^  ���of McGiiLUniversity indvG^'iv;'!^" M.t��m>e '���* .W"*  ���&^Iunro^'; brokers. Yfontreal were. in. iYeanvYxi  ;!ast'week.y p'SincY; Mr. Hogg, was ���hcre,Yi'v^t;4Ti'  last/ a'large" amount of work has. been ' danYon, ���' hi*  ct^mpauy'S.properties and InnY:highly" satisfied YaY  ? # u.,  Yhe ��reat showingbothyontbe SanseYmu. trie ��� ^.t---wn  a?  ^  ���!,��. ��:,:  .!*���       ��   :������, .-j.. .  'T   ...V"*''���*; "  it  Silvery    'Prut DonahMS a.weii. K-uown:  cnemiv,.   a*";1  raiperalogist.-;-dne'of,;he. ku^nkyaY   'MY.YI! 'a:itd.'br"h  :iiere4o.r.the^.purp0se:/df.giymK .4hy:,C(nrip-;irH;ks-;i.>r-^  y|:iertiesYn.e,x^rt;examina'Uon.A .,  ; '-The head office,of the���[ MornsYryslinm^ ��� p>\tijmW  :is-how in 'Greenwood. ,. ',\t,,a.;;'s|:^ci>;d. meetiug' Mvki  last; ''.week.' -A^ Mi \V.hiteside,' -,Y,,.,Hv- -.^perry ': ,mA  Duncan, Ross were elecieti directors", -.v ������;. ��� ;;:.       '.^".'a ,:,-'  ;/ Two sbiits are pushing 'ilv.velotuhentr.wotkc 'on- the-  ���Golden Eagle, 'Brown s canip,. North, Fork, of 'Re.'ftie;.  .'rivei,.'������'���' The "main working shaft .has lYen  ydeothof iso''feet.���'.' "At"-the ���' !a,Yoy level. X^  ��� .is eight Tee I ' wide L>etw"een ..wa-|is in .a '>Y!'ov't ��� : Y  the north.:   ,;"' 'y ",' :<���   : '��������� , .:��� '"'���''  "',.' The City :of Paris in Central.. c��*mp.'. ckiinm Y  Yre that. /assays Sr i'44 -g$ . irom average . "tAA  'was found--in line ofrhe- tiiiui.el.:..i.>eiti.g'' inn', ni  .���foot'level., y  ���  -'los'..''Trainer;'superin'tend'euftjf the Str;uvYA''^'  Brown's camp, Xort'h   'Fork 'O't���..Kettle "river' r  ' 1 hat,t'he\cross-cut- started:a; tew d;iy> aifo' o'O   1'h  '���'.toot'level is.five feel in   ore,,   - The  .cro^s-ein A'  ' 50-foot level disclosed, an oreYuxlv. :H ���i'zi'Vwuh*  The smelter at Grand Forks ^ ill star;  nptu';  ���pie ox weeks'.      They have now ,ois .haiuis s,ym^' ;  tons of ore on which to connnemw  -operations   nr  new'roast heap of-1000 tonsljas been, fired   ���   T<;**--  ".Kn?.��; firf'  Ij.U  "i tifl ���Trt^-tli   cli- A-,f,,(... i, *'...��� .....     . A   .-.'���-.  . uiu."i a.L .Jit.. a*.u  uc,*>i! ^tuiHi!iiS!> iil y i'lftlVIIH'*  ', '.AVINI>Kk;MIr;!<.L: ������.,'' '"  ' There is great activity "in'the Windern.rr^  '.and the fact that'theC.: P'.-R.'intend buildup-  from the ������Crow'.s Xest' Past'--1 in*- ;',���,' :\>t^.\  .gives a great'irapelns to  ininin^       TY> �����-���.������  is rich in minerals has Y>eeu j.��r't��ven Yrw -  thedi.fficult'y'yof   getting ihe'maicrv;! ��T.   Y ^-'.'  *< -e  a 5  ' I. ? t At:    ��  tH>t  i^ccii    niv_    ^ictu    u.aw..   r>aeK  i ,  f' \- .r'iv.i  work will   be resumed forthwiti:    ^n  mine, which will soon he in po;io0.  ?:  are   packing   ore   from    tin.-  .YYn-  .Boulder Creek into Feten.H.n.n^b i'o  sent to the smelter at Trad bv. w.v .,>  River.      Ore that will pay   ai'ter this,  ���'���curred must be rich indeed.      [* >. ������,  tiferous galena r,nd gray c(.,j:>;>er  is situated   the    Black   Prince  been   bonded   by    Mr   Chadwa k .a v,a  English syndicate      OiiYYrim' Cr.:.a.  .��� are l3eing : made to work    the   Paradise  copper   properties.      Some   splendid :',..���.,>  ���cen'tly been made on Hugaboo Creek, and m  of the   trail    in   this   immediate   nei-':��i,  \ \y\  I.'!"'}[ >v  I '" ���'  ! i  '< iiti!|ij  ;ma,fenal!y;'' .:',^^tst;,yns,:^  ' wa<��o'n- roads'-'-a re ;iiis0':;Mtia��r^  r��ii lIorsedy;.;C.re^k::; iib;:'&  y^y:.;Y;:Ty^^ ^-^  ; " ���..;; ,;:.Yr*>ra 'ilit1 :f^W  ' " '��� On tbe:' AI|>b.icy:.;,�� gfc*ifp:l^^  ��� '^     A ft f' .�����       '   i ���'      ' 'It     '  '   ''$*"*'''' '   ',,: ' "' ' "''' j ���'.''���'-'    v  ���( JoUten. 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': *   'f ,.,; ." 1      :����� '��,. ���'..'   , 41 *"  :': ���<'';HA^Jrfab!tA$tirf��^^ ;. oirlfe^^W -   '\yJ^  ^ivc' vY Ym (ii'.;iWdy,t#Ft; 51^'.^ .    ^"!^  the   KcHtsfSc '!iftye:siarl:y^;:e;^y'S.*;  ; <     ��� '�����.-'���*���       ��*��       lift* %������  ������,�����������     \f*W��*  ���a:^ ai*:<uo*..��uM ���0'y.it*\:|-v.>Jr^^l^^^v^:..-  ���indYYmf HUrM-kla^i Yttk, Yyp'^Y.;^  :i;u!  had, v,ot   elri'^Yii: iii^re/rbA^'^  ^ ^ u.'te s Y.o, a he  f :;ce.; ���'���.,'  ;Tli^v;;teYp;; ^  ^i\y <lu.��w.tn'^ 1 n tMY ;d'rStlu'������'';.'..; '::;: y;;;yy;:;;  ..   Mi*rsarv���    Ma.T.iotvYict:Ciiii^orrilc:*  v;;'pf < hIavaog or<;'iind nuM^hM^^J]  ila.'   Humiu'  'U- rtakin.gA.'?'^ a;��:Ya  '������;.    itnd !.!n?   other'   rvrt'*fK*rtK:  <i*ri. 1 to-vftt likewise ;is '^ > %>* -^ ^s'"  ���ao!  :;r  A; ii.y'^f  !"aU ud Mivet  nna.1at.0u is built  Lnoui:.h ;v.,rk to ^ecUTv a aau .; ;���: t  I     f  4.,��*��tt-^y h  ��� ^ *^8S3SSMSSS^^'^S^^��m2iL>rf��i, If/f *U\$S!&,.&~&��iz^i.��������<;  1 |���_  f  1 -^~ ��v s ���  v-~ r '\' '   i W-SSf!-  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  * j 4��;  the C. P"R. by Win. Meldruin for the co-owners.  roug quartz   ledge with well   defined walls   and  indication of ore coming in is being   opened up  tnnel and open cutting. "���  irface work is now being pushed on the Neglected,  iploit the ledge  for   surface   outcropping of ore  ier up the hill from the lake shore.  [nother  strike of  clean ore is   reported from   the  m Fraction,   situated on the   lake shore   west of  iGalena Farm  VMIR  fhe Vmir   Summit -Mining   Company,   Limited,  |been granted certificates of improvements   on the  claims   comprising the   group which is   located  the Vmir mine      The group   is well   known in  |disiriet. some $i0,000 having been expended   on  John A. Turner is president and W. A* Galliher  retarv. ^  1<T)SSLAXD.  hhn S. Baker, managing director of the   I  X. L..  tfitered into a contract with the owners of. the  Jmgbt, tinder which a tunnel is tobedriven across  union of their ground      The tunnel   will be  ex-  ed into the 1   X, L. ground so as to intercept the  jin ledge.  WHITE WATER  be White water mine is proving itself a great pro-  1\\ Thev are having a new and spacious bunk-  se put up, tiinl every preparation is being m defor  tiuuous work on a large scale.  1 the Sunset they are working through the Web  ton tunnel and encountering splendid ore.  he several other properties in the camp are proviso well as work proceeds.  THE SLOGAN.  "be Lilx.Tiy Hill, on the south fork of Kaslo Creek,  been bonded by a French syndicate represented by  . Fleutot. and active work started on the property.  tThe Enterprise has again joined the list of shippers  [j is in  a position to send out a  great quantity of  h-grade ore.  "he Hampton, on Springer Creek, has made a test  jjptnent of three tons of ore that runs up to j"]H ozs.  ffer.  *%^i9There is talk of opening up the U & I group on  ~* V^&n-Mile Creek, recent development having given big  .  .-^j^ults.  '* ; -The Two Friends has been bonded to P. MeYicars,  'Y^Vtl will be worked vigorously.  -  * A- * * Y ,  v.*"*lA twodoot lead of galeuo and talc is the latest irom  * * "s"t Colonel Scllars yroup  on the south   fork of Ten-  '-; ffhe Lone Star group, near Silverton, is another of  * i? ^Slocan properties recently bonded.  \ The Wakefield and the Vancouver continue to be  2 ;,,jular shippers, and are preparing to  increase their  ��� ���, igut.  The Vulture, belonging to the  Mining & Financial  I Yist ot Toronto,   has commenced to ship  after over  * five year's steady development.'.  t ' ".'-���"   XELSON.',  I tew days ago the people  of Nelson saw, for the,  I time in some months, the smoke curling from the  o1  *��� <L 4i  big smelter chimney. It was a welcome sight, for it  means much to the city. Just at present all hands are  busy at the roasters preparatory to the blowing in of  the furnaces. The intention is to keep the plant in  continuous operation once a good start is made. A  big force of miners is being put on at the Silver King,  the water in the mine having been pumped out. Under to new arrangements Capt. Gifford will have full  charge of the mine, and as he is a gentleman of great  experience there is no doubt he will make the property  pay handsomely. Mr. R. W, Hedley will superintend the smelter ooeratiohs, his well-known ability  having induced the new company to retain his services ; while Mr, J. J. Campbell acts as commercial  and general manager���an appointment which will be  as beneficial to the company as it is popular in the eyes  of the public. With three such men at the head of  affairs, the Hall Mines & Smelting Co., Ltd., is bound  to make a record. ;        ��� ���    '  At the Venus a Mystic Rotary quartz crusher and  pulveriser has been successfully installed by Mr. Tbos.  J. Hampton, representing the Llewellyn Iron Works,  Los Angeles, "Cal. The present capacity of the machine is twenty tons per day, but this can be readily  increased. This is the first quartz crusher of this particular make in operation in the Kootenays, but from  the satisfaction it is giving, and the many advantages  it possesses over other makes���not the least of which  is its low price���the Mystic promises to become a big  favorite. It is a wonderfully economic piece of machinery, 1 >4 cord of wood being ample to run it, for 24  hours,.while everything capable of amalgamation is  saved.  "< T.J. Hampton brought in on Monday a very fine  sample of frfe-milling ore from a claim known as, the  Star, on Eagle Creek, near Forty-Nine. He spoke of  bonding the property, which is owned in Nelson, but  this has already been done by Mr. Charles Parker to  California parties.  MISCELLANEOUS  According to the Kootenaian the properties on the  South Fork of Kaslo creeic are showing up remarkably  well. During the last few days a good strike has  been made on the Bismark property and on the Cork  claim it is asserted that eight feet of ore has been uncovered, while several other properties are said to be  showing up remarkably.  Another strike of clean ore is reported from the  Oueen Fraction, situated on the shore of. Slocan lake  west of the Galena Farm.  The Britannia group of mines on Howe Sound, 30  miles fr:>ra Vancouver, have been bonded to the  British America Corporation, owners of the Le Roi  mine, for $1,500,000, the terras being $50,000 pay abb  Aug. 17, $50,000 for rive succeeding months, $100,000  payable each month for three succeeding months, on  the 17th ; and $900,000 at the end of twelve months  time.  ft is reported in Chicago that a substantial advance  on future purchase of copper is expected as an outcome of the copper trust organized by the Rockefellers  and the Rothschilds The most significant feature  of the situation is that the same interests which have  iinallv cornered the world's copper markets have also  recently acquired heavy interests in the General  Electric Company and the Western Electric Company  and the Siemens-Halske Company. Copper and  e lectricity are near neighbors.  ���,,,,��  ...V     >'-���  (,^V  ,'-l''<  "*mmmmmmmmmmmmm$mmmMmm lummwwiiiipm  f HE-NELSON ���ECONOMiSf  ��*���< s. �� ,  '$3|A  Wi  %    %  n.i ,'<v  pvii  lift.;  fg|-fO'.  '  m%<:--  ssaij  k.lVj  |��. OA  3*: S..��.v. ,..vt:.  tj i&'fi-V  m  M  MA-v  ,��:*.. '.-i,.-,? ������..������������.���������  Ipy  |Y  4?ii;  :%^VS��  ii  I  mm  SSf: ii*:.;  fe��S;S  ��*&  1^'  ��� iimfyy  w&yyy  i.M-r  V  If J,  $t  Y-  o <  ***?  *#-��� If Y  HA1   I    4-it*  "*S? *j   f  Y>f " * *f lit  $���>%���<\M 'S   ,����  a.iai   i,r  ���"'^5H ���? a  >$ 1 ?fj  4*sM fr  fa>Y B  Yd!*;!'  B:'' ASEBALL may be,  and.no^doubtis,. At very' ex^  hilarating game,'; but i notice it is:yery:seld.dni,.  y-; olayed that the' a'.ft'ermatlk'does'not'.reinind o..ne.of thY;  ���   ����� "*��� .   . ���'- , ,f, ' '      '     .   -A   ' .  . ,'    '  ;   other popular sport, football���there;is any amount. of;  :  kicking and kickers,'.'   The S pokrme team A.yb'idf last-  played ' Nelson,..;'earrying.'a^v<ty,.tiY  ��������� and the gate receipts','Is said, to .have.- been made'up. .of'  professional ballplayers.   "An amateur,team canTeTferc  :    afterwards, were;defeated, .and, ;werY advised..,: to ���go;---  ,'��� '������ homearid learn to 'play hall.: Fthink::we should.know';.  what to expect Ayherijwe pay-to see a.g'4mt^a"--w?,iefiH*f'';  -���:;''it is to be professional.ar'amateur;..'  It is .pieastiigdo' note ..the npidanerYrse. in ;t:lnf.'fvuhY ���.  y ber of flower gardeusan Nelson this summer.'"' ��� ivve'ry'-"  "..��������������� residence- in ��� town;.with' a, '.'plot... of'grotrinlY howiwet ������'  y   small,,available, .nasals little, tlowep g^rd^n;. a'lid- tii��.t':  '.,";'.,.the soilvis^eculiarh^xongenia!'to -Flora',  tbe ..variety. '  :���,' audiduxurianct: ,o.f the .flower -l>ed*>'testify.; '���, .No- cil v or  ���"v V town in the Koatenays/can at afl,-cx>uv}kire':wit!'r;Ne!HO|i  in this particular.   .-������So -well de\adop<a:!a:s.'UHyrasuy.ln^��-  Yticulture in the-comm,utntv,.'that in aYiiia^^O'��y^^-������***.���'.  ''gardens two nurseries are..suonorted-.   Thy^ ^n, ?n^f-:'  .,-'- fiowersYetit oufcf Nelson every "week, tltau' hu.fM *^,: - '  .... pie imagine.; : And,while on   thY .n.>i^'f f" ^\^u^ !\1,< :'  :   hapsgive'a wrinkle as-to packaro-o    ���  'hYvyn*, "v-,r. a., a *  -.'��� ���' most common niistakes'to sendooit'd A.yYv-wr:>Y>,,t. .;;  damnenedicloths in pasieb^ o'd ;i^--   -   r*A',,.;. ..?���'. ..  "���  to send roses,   insert   the,  cut- sU;njs in a Vaar'Ara rV:."  and' t,b,e moisture��� will"keea them lujiu w.ihjn^  ���   :^otl.. ���'  .,   -flowers themselves should' hv- \\:r-*x>r^A^t ���*,..'., ,    y  For- small   blossoms.'  surb as vi��o.-k- '-- w-* ���-' ��� '  .'.orange, bowers, pack tbein -clostdv i";of| ..n-. '.",.. \ .\'  never -wet tin"* f!o.-<*^rc *'��fwn.,,!..., .. ���   (-y      ��� ��� .  ���''������.wax;; pn per., and"-if ���you-'cau.   pr< Aine a ���' uy Yr' vZy^. '.  weight wooden box - a nrhf *,o*���'-'��� ^'."'oo,   :     ���'���..���'���'���'"���'  insure sa.fc'arrival : pasteht^ird.-ih a-a sVi p(.. f.1ri;r*-a;-/  .crushed , ;."v"'��� ���'':' ������  ��� . Astheeils-a^rrA-y. land vahnA ia \..-k-,-:,  --,  : ���   ���  ��� i. ��� *  ' :   '   * " -���'.   ���    v', '"���  A    .   '   '  up, and   il is a.'.con-adau'nn ��� to do';-- Y.->. .-��� ���"       '" ��  ..'��� : ���'  nice park sites have alreatlv de>;-;- ���:..�����.-a,'..,*        ? "?'.^������������.,  years more, land inat Is a, avy.o,.,.    ���;;   .   /���".���/���''''''"���  acre will be held at. .so'muYa ���  hearing old-timers   ben^.-asiin  not seen re town  bts   ode-::  ;'.���.-������.  mere trifle.'    N^;'\v   don'' i^v ,.;,..  .city propertva for 1 Imve sea ,;-.  wish-..to congratulate' the eitiz.;:-  ;ing���secured   oark sites before tie  exorbitant or prrdnibilYa/  ma?-,  ���.seem far-fetc!;ed to cj'Yte laud' \a:  it'-is,���'nevertheless a fa��;v ih:i�� <*.lv>\  raad'e.1;   Speaking of (he Yens .-  values' br'London,'the.'/''/,/���  ,,t  ;i-,  ofground between King William  Square cost /30 is.,   or at the ,-  per acre;     It will .no doubt l>e m  city lots ..'WifiTe;a^  . > it1 is. as' well:' uirsa tit&lUw^m^  ��� ���'���" "Hie pi}3e,,of��� i^afcfe: bii't;ftoiti:;t.{i^e:y;i  ������:$riiokedl.iy;t!ie,;obcifigb^  ..���aicHhi'ng:tosjiOw''''llittt]i0:^  '," \ ���:��� '...';        .������,...,'��.,:���.,'.'���':��� ������������   ���:���:'..���.,,./,.������������,:'/���:.���:. 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"The.: things you 'have- todsmiie./af now d" fshvutld.'.-  PATENAUDE BROTHERS,;  'iumnte^imal trag  it'  4  �� \  /Ami; she //hid;y to/s'mtfvo^^  .'tn^it'er.a iiiiich','. wti^iiife  ; ���vbe"- kr?e w; -'s�� I i^:;li.^c^J.JY.'":.' ��� ^'������l'*^Sioiirs; ^"iri* -y- I": ^��y.��-d^  '../' ��� vt%:;;; /11 m tpii;t %m ^i^��y ^^^  away; *offi'ckn0v:^  a4sk'bigdb.cryioy;;iis4ff;y;;li||^  JUUl. '^^ "' .   ��� A ';-:   "'.o-^'dv/;-, ��� y:y:r:yyyJy;yyyC''-:^i^  VV^S  ^.*nvi��u|wrhiw';4:ttteb^  ���'IS  JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS  i  PYBi^^mm  *.!  Fine Watches a  Specialty  CERTIFICATE OF'. IMPROVCMeNTS  NELSON. B.C. 5  J  \s:miMMtMyAM  ��� j * ��� f  Ann to' May Mineral. o..lUU3vtj *Hnu(  Hie Nel^'MiMintui: l>ivi.4aiMij' AV.".��5 K'^a  District.   '    :.  Wherio f waited: off 'Forty uhu1 y'ry^k,- Atal  ���is tile southern ^xt��;*.st>U.v-ss ��>f oA '-'Msisj^^tu.'"'  . MinontiClaim������  T��k*'notice Oiafl, Juhi* Ani.naaa^/l'.L .s,  ot"   the City  of Nva.^in, ^^one��A ;3^s:!U' 'ft??'  ���.'.Solomon Johns, Fro. Mia^rA *;.>?:Uk-fts**-   Vrv.  i>ai,?iT7,  and 'Williarrv ?io' ���5a:A:<:u��.ona;Frv^  ; Miner's 'avrralcutv   ANY ���'!'>  ^A*.   hr^f-H!,  StXl>;dHyS   ffM.Jl't    Us^.: -'-iiUv ' h��;'?'�����':*.��;.���   '{*,*   ��.]>|a'  t*.�� the;M.,lniin��_r la-votal*-? a^r u .r^rsni^dd  i.niproyenioni^.-., t*��.r'"t.t.i.*.- jmrj**-���'���'<a ^i-m,.,{��������,������;���;>-:  ;l Cru.U'-n O'mnJ. of th*' ;tA>v^ r!ft';ftd  :   And  jurth��*r iak>; lioia-*- th;;U rs.*.'Oi^.n, ;;rc "  section ;?T..niu>r;{'''  if^'jniiiv'nri'd l,v{"?>-  ���issiiatu't' **f >urh aerli'lAit*- nf"tjnr>rv>%-��^-}i.-;  r>atf'<:l lhA ninEhdlnN'*a' M;sv, d I'j'A'O,  ��� ���������; d '   ��������� JOUN' M��:l..;\a:ii!i  t ������  ��� ..���  I t  J   \^HEN YOU  BUY ���  I ���..:'��� ���  I O'Kell & Morris*       f  ��� ��� ���'I-  ���  ���  0  HEAlXtiVtllQi.  SGteM>'-H*Cp:  L  ^05Sti..ANl>d  .-   a , tmaii,,, -���;.. :^;/aa  '.d  ���'-;,., ;     , ���y^n^M:��:m��$:.  %^;%%,%'%?%fi "  ASSAVfRS'  V��'-.*  DENVER FIRE CLAY CO.  ���,-..  F.  a;f��:lii*:;*;?  :*;:  1*  it  BRUNTON POCKET TR  :���#  w  ''.  v<.rt ?ei whar ai-.- {���hv  lumhiit fruij and 4-,,  money is la't ;u hon.-j.  a w  ... .. .        .     ��� ...   .   ������'   ..:.   ...,:���   .:.,.'>- .-.*P>.,   -i^ f  >. ^ :������,, ���* > x .??��� yy#'*:v o A.f ;f*%. -^^ C^l^^S; Y Y*;V Y^4f ����� -^ A"; ��� *  A S  /"*  o  4 J  O'KELL & MORRIS'  a* mi. t,'  4  ' * ���> r .  AanY^UloY' .filled' fbe;'tYiV l5'"1" ;  ���^' hn>h(M^;r;idc alloya.'...dSuperipr t>  i^'* (j  ds 'hn >i?}-*l:dumiotim :bro?it��A ] If. lite. 'jjume^T1  ^^���vderd ^nd fm. , iMiryiltw'yrtit *<*����* JJ  ''*. '<*> jAn.nfb-for ���������trtut ������'-.-.Sept ;r* ^ 'l\  a'ass foutrdrva   " ���' i]  k r  AAA?,:Kd'd(  are absolutely the  ������   . ; ..  HOWARD   CHEMICAL  fl��'"nta,  H  ^���^��rd Sutl��n# S*. 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