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 i ;;>e i^ROSPCcroR n.1 -iu.ln  '<r  ;>  !j>  Ai'i'oiN'i'Kn  mi: ori-iciAL  ���?  V ���iff  *"    t   ���3'  <!*      GOVERNMENT   GAZETTE  *   J  I''.ir -snuili i:.M Koi.ien.lv  ���tettSr'% !������}-���%*���* <- fc*41 e-8-#:*-k*��&*S-  *  ���, the :'ij.'��ss'E'..roR co;  * i.-.r.T, ah   i'L'p: ���'; ��� o-  -;- i icts .-\o civr.s 7H.-;  * LATfcSTTELEGRAPHIC  '? AND LOCAL NEWS.  ���J  *  4  ^���<-**>��4-* &.#��?-��&>.* *��#��*-J'~,S;<H''-s>  Voi. 6'.  FORT  ST&JBLB,  JB.  C, S^l-7'fXRjDAV,  BJiBRCJARY 17, 2900.  2s'o 7.  NEW HALL DEDICATED.  'The Fort Steele Brass  Band   Gave a  Most Successful Ball.  One of the most enjoyable ,so-  ��2kaI events which has ever taken  pface in1" I**ort Steele was the ball  ��trriii by the members of the  f��Torl Steele Brass Band in dedicating their new  hall.  The hall was beautifully decorated for the occasion, and on  +i.aJ*ering the building the room  presented the appearance of a  .parlor. The band occupied the  ;>tage.' 'Phe elite of the' town  mimed out. besides there were  's'argeeielegatipns from Kiuiber-  It-rv- and Cralibrook  Dainty refreshments were  served at micluiglit, and dancing  continued until a late hour.  The members of the band  can  i     i >  congratulate themselves upon  tifiei success of (he first ball in  f:h.* new building. Tt is learned  r'b;U the ball is' only one of a  series of dancer to be given, the  jMMteeeds.of  which   will  goc'to-  ' wards defraying' the expense  5��.t��irred in tlie erection  of the building, which is  by   far  a- ?Jw J urges t and best hall in East  KL'tfotenay.  There were about '200 people  Iii Attendance on Tuesday even-  7-asf, -and the net receipts were in  . j'Iiv* .neighborhood "of $100. ,    ;  JKJB.AND SEND OFF.  Tie Members of the Strathcona  Morse Recruited in Fort Steele  ��>ff to the War..  (Last weelc was one long to  be  K^tis-embercd   bytelhc"   people , of  PtK'-t Steele. , Tt'was  a  week  of  genuine   excitement,    the   town  w.-�� filled with young men' from  jtU   parts qf��� tho district Mo join"  tM& Sfratheonairlorse.   .  > The   people .of    Port   Steele,  were   anxious   to  do .the ypung  MJows, lionor,  nnd   spared,, no  p-asns to make their stay in town  a, yieasanl one.   That they  sue-1  tiwsded.    is   borne > out   by    the  H&Cteriug   expressions   of   each  sin<3. every recruit.      The   recep-  r.h^n on  Thursday   evening  was  Thoroughly enjoyed bydhc  men.  ���vrlko were loud  in   their  praises  ��� nf. t-he hospitality of the  citizens  iff. Fort Steele.  On Saturday morning the  ���whole r town turned out to see  ���-lAtaia off: and as many as could  secure teams accompanied them  ' tf> Cranbrook, tlie brass ' band  weal with Iheni and furnished  nLiusic until their instruments  Ertx&c ii]i.   ,  At the depot the people of  i*Y>r& Steele were prominent in  .t'helr leave taking, the platform  -wxs crowded. Priest the Photographer made pictures of the  *:fjMtingent, 'ihe conductor shout-  red -'alJ aboard", the boys cheer-'  .im1. .and the (rain moved on,  utmid the'shouU of the assembled multitude.  Ait VVardner. ICIIro cand other  places on the line, the people  assembled to cheor the boys on  jhwr way to the war.  The urand finale. was at  'Fernie. The whole town turned  .->!st.. stores were closed, and it  -was reported that the mine work  -ivas slopped so as to enable the  ijiiiners lo assist in bidding  ���good bye" .to the contingenl.  ll was a grand demonstration.  .vre.il worthy of the citizens of  Fernie, and appreciated to the  /idlest extent by the coulingenl  from Nelson, as well as those  .from.Soulh Fast ICootenay.  1IKU.M.D   OFKICK.  Cranbrook, Keb.  Kith,  VM)0.  ���:il: .8. G hack, ���'  '. "  .Editor Pnosi'KCTOu:  ' ..    Port Steele, B. G.  T.he   Cranbrook   members   of  &&*; Strathcona Horse, requested  extend through Thk Pkospkc-  'roK?=their heartfelt thanks to  the kind people of Port Steele  for the magnificent entertainment given them on Thursday  evening; and for many expressions of friendship received from  the patriotic and liberal ��� hearted  citizens of your town. The boys  were unanimous in their gratitude., and say that wherever fate  carries them in the struggles for  the ������Union Jack" they will always have a warm place in their  hearts for the good people who  made their parting so merry.  Respectfully  P. E. Simpson, Ed.  STKATHOONA   IIOll.SK.'  The following - verses were  composed by'the members of the  East Kootenay contingent,  while on the train, ohroute to  Ottawa.  Telcjjraph lo General White.  "Sirathcona's I torse" liu- come to lijrlit  We'll put tlie Boers nil out. of si��ht.  Wu will, we will.-  The Boers may think they have a snap  But when.Col. Steele gives tliein a rap  ���They'll all be caught like rats in a trap  They will, they will. ,  ,  We're used to shooting cougar's  Also we can shoot Kru��er'n '  We're on to their maneuvers        .     r '  We are. we are.  Although we are unknown to fame  We can fight them at their own game  And we'll niake'them awful lame  We will, we will.  We will lijfht tor our Queen's name  And we'll tight for Britain's fame  With our hot lead jiist th�� same  We will, we will. , ,  We will celebrate Oominiou Our  In their city of Pretoria  And they'll think we have come to stay  They will, they will.   '  We are fi;om the woole.v west  We are horsemen of the best '"���"' -'_ ���'' ���  We'll leave the world lo .say the rest.  Wc will, we will/  We are travel liny on the train     ' ,'  And with Parker We'll remain  And he'll lead.tts on to fame  Ho will, lie will.. ' v.  One of our American citizens  recently made an offer lo another citizen, to take care oiV his  family in case he desired to go  to South'Africa.        r .  One thousand dollars was  raised in Fernie for the benefit  of'the volunteers from South  East Kootenay. aud the Canadian  patriotic fund.  Frank E. Leach, who went out  with the second contingent from  Fort Steele, has received his  commission as Lieutenant. His  picture has been in the Montreal  and Winnipeg papers,, fortunately they were labeled, otherwise  his friends at ForfSteclc would  not have recognized him.  WINNirEG ENTHUSIASTIC.  The  Strathcona Horse  Met With   a  ' Grand Reception.  i  The people of Winnipeg gave  the members of the Strathcona  Horse a rousing reception last  Monday. Notwithstanding the'  intense cold, a big crowd assembled at the depot to welcome  them.  The special train in which the  soldiers travelled was gaily decorated. On the Fort Steele  coach was attached a large  streamer on which were the  words: "-East Kootenay. L>. 0.  troop, from Steele to Pretoria.''  while a streamer on the Nelson  coach read: ������From Nelson to  Pretoria, or bust. Strathcona  Horse.". Horn streamers were  embellished with Union Jacks  and military accoutrements.  The men were escorted to the  drill hall, where a fine feed' was  furnished, after which they listened to patriotic speeches.  At the oconclusion of the  speeches the men lined up and  after the roll had been called  they marched to the station.  Harry Melton, a popular citizen  of Fort Steele, B. C., marched  at the head of the procession  with the"Union Jack."' Mr. Mel-  ton. who until a few' years ago  whs a United States citizen,wore  a Stars and Stripes hat band and  his appearance created much enthusiasm. " ��� s  The crowd that assembled- at  the depot when the men boarded  the train was greater than was  present on the arrival,'and at fj,  o'clock the',train pulled out amid  shouts and cheers of those assembled. ��� Mfinvi'/K-rf Tribune..  ' The Hag which was carried by  Harry Melton was. presented to  the Fort Steele recruits by E C.  Miller of this citv.  defeated by the 'Shamrocks of  Montreal, three goals to two, in  the second match for the Stanley  Cup.  The Ontario speech was open  ed by the speech from the throne  in which the war in South Africa was referred  to,   the  tax  on  logs, and the lumber industry.  THE PROVINCIAL HOUSE.  LATEST   TELEGRAPHIC     NEWS.  THE RED LINE.  ?eterboro Going Ahead At  a Rapid  Rate.  J. ..��� E.   Saucier   says,  'that, the  work oil tlie Copper .'.Crown, and  excess mines in Isadore   Canyon  will.'be actively carried  on   d'ur-  uMie prior .to .their-.departure,  to I iiig the coining season.  Cards of Thanks.  The ladies of Fort Steele who  were instrumental in arranging  for the entertainment of the  members 'of the Strathcona  Horse recruited here, publicly  thank the members of the Port  Steele brass band for their generosity in ex I ending to them the  use of iheir new hall, and for the  services of their organization on  the occasion of the reception.  Captain Parker and the members of Strathcona L-lor&c recruited at Port Steele, desire to ex-  lencl their sincere thank's lo the  ladies and gentlemen of Fort  Steele for Ibo generous hospitality extended to them during  their stay, and especially to the  ladies, who were instrumental  in arranging for the hearty re  (���option tendered them in the  Academy of Music, and beg to  say that each and every one  carry away with them pleasant  memories of the kind tread.lent  accorded ihem.   ..���������'  W. M'. Stewart is in receipt of  a 'letter from a friend at the Red  Line group of mines bearing date  of February Jst, which says:  ���'Everything is going ahead at a  brisk rale, three shifts are being  worked on the tunnel and raise:  T am working in the latter. Mr.  Starbird expects1 to commence  sloping in the course of a few  days, and will rawhide the, ore  down to the creek.  Peterboro without a doubt has  every prospect of going ahead  rapidly. The sawmill is at work  night and day. turning out :.'().-  0U( i feet of lumber every i'I hours  and every foot of it is being taken as fast as it is turned out.  Lots are cheap there now, -Si 7.">  being the'highest price paid and  $7)0' the lowest. The townsite  people have only a small part of  (heir holdings surveyed, which  will put the fifty dollar lots in a  good locality in the course of  time. ' As soon as I get hold of  some dough il is my intention lo  get a hold of some of the cheaper  lots. Take my advice and run  up and size-up things for yourself. I am satisfied a man will  double his money in the investment in a short lime. li you  could attach the Oriental lo a  balloon and transfer it to Peterboro, you would be ahead ol the  game in a short lime, as their is  only one hotel there, a regular  shell, and it is doing a first-class  business.  ^ Telegraph Brevities.  Owing to the Pros,-, gallery objecting to a night session one  was hot ..-.held yesterday in. the  British Columbia House.  France is said to have designs  against, England's West India'  route.  Martin Motion Defeated.���Mr. Cotton  Receives Kind Words From Both  ���r      '        Sides ofrthe House.  Sixi'lal ti> Thk I'Kusi'KOTuK..  Victoria. B. C, Fob. IT..���The  second Cotton-Martin duel took  place this afternoon, but was unproductive of sensation. Martin  moved resolution. His speech was  (i        *���        n  devoid of fight, he was so careful  in choosing his words. Cotton  denied Colorado charges which  he said was sent the Denver Times  by a would-be blackmailer. He  paid tribute, to "Davie for suppressing article which was offered him. He said that although  Davie was an opponent he was  not a political assassin. , As to  the matter of going lo jaiL for  refusing to divulge names, he  would do so again today if necessary.     _ r ' '   _, '  As to the Colorado enterprise,  he said, ho had given his own  private fortune in the".endeavor  to save others with whom .<he  was connected, and had no need  tq.be ashamed of it.���(Cheers). ,  ,. Booth asked Martin to withdraw resolution. ' ���  . Helmcken defended Cotton.  "Baker corroborated Cotton's  remarks regarding Colorado. He  said he had���inet his Cotton's former;'private secretary in London  and he had told'liini the same as  Cotton had now stated.  '  Hume and' McKechnie  denied  falsification of the records.  ,   Martin   made   slashing   reply  and the motion w'as put and vol  V I  ed down by-1 to 7. ��� , ,  General French Relieves Kimberley.  Crdnje Will Fight At Fourteen  Streams.  Special to Thk I'kospkctok.  London, Feb. 16.���The war  office has issued orders for the  formation of "I new batteries  and three battalions of infantry.  The Cabinet Council was in  session yeaterday at London for  two hours. It will meet again  Monday.    This is unusual.  London. Fob. Hi.���It is announced that Lord Roberts has  cut. off communications with  Bloemfontein, and it is expected  that General Cronje "will leave  ihe siege of Kimberley, desert  the capitol and give battle to the  1 b  advancing    cariny   at   Fourteen  Streams.  The British at'Chievely are  hopeful ol relieving   Ladysinith.  London,. Feb. 1(3.���The, war  office has announced that General French relieved Kimberley  yesterday, Thursday.  parqytly meeting with some success. Though later dispatcher  referring to General Clements  retirement to Arundel say the  movement was undertaken for  strategic purposes, and that during the course of the march the  Boers were driven off by a heavy  fire, the Inniskillens charging  brillia-itly and Snfliced ureal loss  on the burghers.  Ottawa. Feb. "17.���Col. Steele  says he could have raised another regiment in the northwest he  is, receiving applications daily  for positions.  The  majority   of   14   received  o     ���'        '   i  with cheers ,.  Building- Notes.  , Mclnnes & Co. wilh in a few  days commence extensive .improvements to his premises on  Riverside Avenue. An addition  of twenty feet will be made to  the present store building, and  the cold storage capacity'largely  increased ��� The old log building  in the rear of the market will be  lorn'down.  'The new ciub c building will  shortly be underponstruction. A  detailed description of ihe building was given in a previous issue.  o  The   contract   for   the    brick  basement to the now- hotel  has been awarded to contractor Henry Crofts, and the  work of excavation was commenced this week".  Several residences will be  erected as soon as the weather  will permit, and the building of  several stores and, business  houses are contemplated. A  number of old buildings are to be  overhauled and made suitable  for business purposes.  Colonel Dougherty is hard at  work- on his claim and has  brought from' there some fine  looking ore, while no assays have  been made, the rock has the appearance of being rich.  At the Empire mine ihe   work  is going steadily forward.    Man  ager Est mere says, the ore   now  being taken out is of value  suln-  cient lo warrant shipment.  It is said that a strike  of   con  Siderable .'importance  has,  been  made   on   White. Fish   ereek,   a  tributary of the St. Mary's.      '   .  Work' is | progressing on tlie  Big Chief and .Dupont claims   on  hitler tn Tm: I'uusrKe'i'OK.  London. Feb. 1(3. ��� 1 a. m.--  The war, office reports that Gen.  French reached Kimberley  Thursday evening. The following is'Lord Robert's message to  the war ofttce: "Jacobsdale,  Feb. IT).'���General French' with  a force of artillery, cavalry and  mounted infantry reached Kimberley this,evening, Thursday.' -  London, Feb. , 1(3.���London  takes the relief' of Kimberley  very quietly. The news was immediately posted at the Mansion  House and at, the various clubs  and hotels, but no where did it  attract more than ordinary-attention. At the same time there.is  an immense feeling of satisfaction and renewed confidence that  Lord Roberts plan'of campaign  is working satisfactorily.     '  Ar.undel,    Feb.     14. ---General  Defends Mr. Parker.  John Cumin employed at the  North Star mine was in town on  Wednesdav. While here lm  heard reports that' Mr. .Parker,  the superintendent of the North  Star, was not a favorite with th��  men. He desires to correct this  impression, and says that Superintendent Parker is well liked by  all of the mine employees, and  says that in his experience of ���'!'">  years 'in mining he has never  met'a man who was so thoroughly a gentleman in his dealimr.s  with the men under him, and no  one could be more considerate of  the comfort and welfare of the  mine worker. The new buitk  house is fitted up with bath  rooms, and a si'ood reading room  has been supplied in fact the  management of the North Star  in tlTis_respect could be copied  with profit by othei;, mine owners in the district.  Clements withdrew from  Roues-  berg during the night,  his  rear  guard arriving at Arundel, early  this morning. The Boers prompt- \  ly   followed,   reoccupying  their j  .old   position    in   the   Tasbosish j  Hills where they have been shel-  ling the British cavalry   patrols  effectually.      The   British-guns  ratumd the  tire  making   fairly  accura'le practice.  London. Feb. 1(5.���-There,,are  no further details of the  relief     of     Kimberley. Had  Lord   Roberts    inflicted    a   de  cisive  defeat   on, the   Boers   il  is believed he would   have   mentioned   ,it.    as   such    a    success  1 Deering- Is All Right.  ,    Richard Deering who went out  with the Strathcona Horse,.whi le.  in Fort Steele,wired 'Ihc following to the Fernie Free Press:'  Fort Steele,,B. C. Feb. ft.   l'.ino.  To the Free Press. '    , -  Fernie. B. C.  Send cable dispatch to K'ruger  and tell him^to   look   out   for  a  cyclone, as the 'Rocky  Mountain ���  .Rangers    will    soon    strike' his  trail. ' We are coming!  ,    �� DKKiti.vi;.  would be great by assisting in  'the-relief of Kimberlev. How-  ever General French's entry into  Kimberley has been effected and  doubtless brings joyv to the  hearts of those who have been  shut up in that city for I^ days.  Their defenders, number about  4.00(i     men.       while      General  Mining Notes.  YV. .11. Jaffrav. who was in  Port Steele a row days ago. has  entered llio.e'uiploy of the Canadian Gold Pielde syndicate, as  their milling engineer.  A small shipment of ore   from  the I. P. ���L. mine near  Rosshmd  gave a not return of over si,i)nO-  to,the ton.  If was reported a. few days  ago that the Le ��Roi mine at  Wossland had been closed down.  The management, however, denies any knowledge of the clo.s-  ing down of the mines, or of  any of the properties of the B.  '  A. Corporation.  ��The work.on the Old Abe  group is progressing rapidly. In  the   two   months,   during which  French's force is estimated lobel,ho l>��*'-nt company,   has   been  between G.00U and 8.001) men. The  sixth and seventh divisions have  already   crossed   the   river  and  are probably with Lord   Roberts  at .Jacobsdale.  What has happened  to  Cronje ' work of an   encouraging  nature  at work', two dinnels have licen  dr'uen in on the vein lor a distance of Rid feet each, with pay  ore from the grass roots.  On   the    Esiella   considerable  The Winnipeg Victorias  were i Boulder Creole.  and    the    whereabouts    of    his  forces puzzles the expert.-..  A dispatch from Cape Town  dated Feb. 14. - Received this  morning says the Boers are leaving Magersfontein lo  other positions. It is estimated  that between 7,01 i(l and l<i.0<m  men remain there"  Lord Robert's wide turning  movement via .lucobsdale- may  ha ve..cut .oil, these troops lioin  Bloemfonfoin. hm while tlie  British forces arc endeavoring  to intercept'the Boers coiiiuiuiii-  cations  Col till)II  has been done under the new  management, but liule however  of   the   character  of ore encoun  tered can be ascertained.  Nothing further regarding tho  reinforce i recent stiikeon   ihe Dardanelles  ha*    been    learned     during   the  pasl week'.  The North Star tramway will  be completed today and shipments from the mine will be  commenced al once     '  It-is expected "lhat.. 1 rack   laying   on   the   North   Star   branch,  railway    will' be   completed    toj  there is a parallel; Boer j night, the, rails were laid   within  trying,  lo   cut   off ��� ���: the j three.' iniles''of. the terminus on  ,o    if  British'lines to Doaar, and is up- ''.Tuesday last. 'j HE PROSPECTOR,  FORT STEELE,  P. cj FEBRUARY  17, 1XQ0.
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'■sixty days I'l-mii llie ilaiijjiei'1'...r. to iiiiLil.vi.tu-t!n.1.
■.■'.MinliiH' Ueeiirder r.ir a"(.'ertilleaie of   lii\prove-
ini'iils.   fur  tin' .-piirpii'se of ol.iaiiiini: a Crown
Oranuof tlie above.ehi.ini. ..:-..
■    Andfuriher iiiUe notiee,. that  action; iii'iilor I
section '■'•". miiM. be eoinmeni'i;.! helore Uie issii   I
'The Weekly:.;Trjl)une:^:;;;:'.i:;:^'':>■
■::.. 'l^io; Arreut .fiuiiily. ''he\v.si):i.iioi'° ;incl
fiirnitii'Sf:frielid-~.l(i piiircs..11 li"r'cbluiiiris
...-    —..in,..'; ,. :..■ !■   -■ -.-.      ■■■-:■"•,!■'
,tends. - :  ■vvv-..-: .■,.■-;. t.,,,-.^,-.,. :.,'-^'-l;'': :v,v''^
. ■'' The head omce.of the Coiiiuany is .situate in
tlu: City of Spokane; State*of 'Wnsliiiurtoii/U.S.T
■'■; ,;*,|'hc amoinitof Hie capital of the Company iS
is *75,iiWJ. divided.intoh,SWl','000 shares of Mv
cent each/ ;■■•"; ■■;■:■<- '.^-.v'',—, v;:j^.;.:'ivi:.:;v;i:';,)-!:;
The'head'oltlee of llie'Company in Un'.'i'l'rov
.'■;^"'if7'uV^..>n.'lt't«"V^.1V
front iio\v;t("> .laiiuaVy I,. HKIl.;for   .,   '■: vJvton. mineK (noteuiiiowered to issue an'cl xrans-1
%' ■ , 'lfi 'Vri ';'-''Wv-: pi    11 jv ."■■' :;' -fifi'i fifi'fi"' ''.': ':■':] stoelcj,Vahd ■ whose / address' in   Stillivaii   Hill
Only}-;One.;-:DpJlari',;.:i;:^.;'-;.:-";;A^::/-;/ "'
;^ . " -I. ti'on tail's, thti cpmpfe'te; wit' r>';,hii\v\s"
ofithe'wiiolr;.>";.'?.' 'fi^':::'^?%-*!':*.^.^y
,'■ .j.- .Tht^ Joeitl;.*^eher;iJ^;electioiis jot-^
-Manilpba are at haiul.'■'...'.I'he'■. Doininion«
eleetions, niay;,: not  he.^ery, -far away, land minenil 'claims of evei-y kind iinclilcsui-ip.
af6resai(l. ig: the attorney for.tlie.Company;py"i
." ;The tiineof the existence "ot'iiiu/iGoiiipiiViy'
is;rifty;yearsr:; ::^ :K;.;.Pv;;h:'.v;.v..:-v;. ■~^'fi'-':/'-h::^.'^':-
■ ■{■'. .'riie^olijecis for 'which:' lliis;Coiiipany\lias
ijce'ii'established are:---:' '!' -\" "/ ";■..'';^" ' "V"
,r To work7 iyperate;rnuy7^Weii; ieaMiJ loeii'teT
■ivi'i'iiire. procure, hold anddeal in mines, metals
Don't'lie;nuslei'l with garliled: pdlitit-jil
■ ro'iiintts. ■'■ Snbserihe 'for' The;:Tribune.
whitifi ■ publislies j.he aetual facts and
allows/the peb|jlei to jtiflj^o. for • them-
selves.    AVlilressiill,orders to ': : ■
The; Tribttne, Publishing;Co;f Tc;
1    ■-'-■..';. .-.v '■ ■;'W'in. n ipeg.''•■''
NOTICE.
tion'. within tlie United Slates of _Aiiierieii: and
in'the eroyinee of liritisli! Columbia.:, loearrv
'Xou
oil and /^conduct li freneral '.■.iniiiiijjj. smeltin;;.
milling and redtielion business*: to.procure, ae-
neiiuire.' liold. erect itud . operate, eleetrie anil
power plants for the purpose i>; niinihjf and
trealiiijr ores, amlfor tlie pui-posc. of. furnishing.
.lights and creating power: lo boiul', buy. lease,
loca te a nil hold ditches.ihiin'es a lid Water rights:
Uieoiisti'uet. leasji.Jmy: sell, build mid opera te
railroads. ferries7trainways a nd'other means or
j tvansjioi'tatk.ii   for   transporting ' or.es'.. mining
'::;-^rsil3S-v;K;
SINGLE;   FAREl RETURN £
:;:.;;:*:;;;;v'"-.:^"v^:^
; ^'Kc)cljy;:vI\J'6un tai.it'Avenue"'vf;:
■^fi':fifir-'':fi-«fifiy--£^fifi:''fi--:'^
:TQt-^
ance of shell CiM-lilleale ol Improvements.
'    -II-.W..      ..'■ AVAliTKK N'ANlXK.SI.IAi.lON'.
...    Dated this-i<Uh day otOitolieri IKTO.
,    tatid   Purchase.4;   •.■..'
will, be made to the Legislative Assembly of-
the Province of Hrilish Columbia al its next
session[for an Act to ■iucorpfirate ii Company
j will, power to eoustruet. eij,uip. maintain and
j Operate telephone and teleirraph lines within
| and iln-rltidiout the l.'roviuce or Hritish Colum-;
j bia: ami to eonstruel..erect, and inaintaiii' such
i aiid so many polesand oilier worlcsand devices
ice is hereby given that an'application |.and other .iriat'oi-iiilV' to own.   bond. buy.  sell.
lease' and locate timber and. limber claims:
to pu'rcha *e on otherwise aeijuirg and unilertake
all or any; part of the business!.property and
good-will 'and liabilities of any ■ company, .corpora lion, partnership or person carrying on any
business which Ibis Company is authorized to
carry on, or which is in any respect sir.iilar to
NOTICE.  -' '   '     '   .- j ii lid somany polesand oilier worlcsand devices    the objecis of this Company, or  which; is cap-
'        1 hefeiiy give D,ot:ice ilia I'thirty days after! '''*' ,lu' Company deem   necessary  for making. ! able of  beiiig conducted £o ..as directly or' judaic l"intcnil I... malic application, id the Chief:! cmU'U-ting.supporting, using, working.operat-.1 directly to beneiil this Company,  or  possessed:
;Commissioii('i' of Lands  aiiif Woi-ks.. Victoria, j in- and uiaiiiiniiiiiig the system otconniiimiea- j of pro])ertydeeniedsuit:pile for the purposes of
■ I!. C. for ;i sp.'ei'ai  licensi.'.  t.i.eui,  l.imlier on 'a;rti('"  ''•v  tefeplHine and Xylograph, ami to open ; tliis Company:^ to .subscribe; Tor. purchase, or
.i.'cortal'ii piei;eol'Iand described iis .foil..wsiiiud j:'-."1"   ''real;   up. any   part: or  parts: of: the. said, [otherwise acuuirernid hdld'sha.res in iinyoilier
situated  in   Kast   Ko.il.enay: Proviifce ol li: C. :d liighwa.ys.or -st reels; as,of ten'as  the said ■ C'oiMr-j company having objecis altogether 'or .in' part
Beginning at-a .p'osi plained 'oil the we.st.bank of'] l^ny  Us agents. .yoMcers,. or.  workmen   ihink. I. similar, to thoseicf this Company.: or carrying
'KHv liivor iibotit ii   uiile, :uid   a   half , north ,,t J Pi'op1'!'ami Yor the inirpOseof the iindoi'laking , on'aiiy business capable of being,,condutted ,so'
mouth  iif. Coal  cr.i'.i.'k.'l h.'nee   west   i;(.ii   forty ; '-'■' i.mrciiiise, aequire or. lease: and hold linil .sell i as to direclly or  indireelly  lieheili iliis'Coin-
ehnins:  thence north  (til) forty',ciiaii;s::iheiie- i.and i)i^po>e .'of  lands,   buildings  or tenements j pany:  !ii.■borrow, raise or secure' ihe 'payment
west (■i'i.) Wtv'chain*:   thi'-'iic-? nni-ili   i but) on..- : 'vilii.iu the. liiijits aforesaid,   and,, to  purchase j, of money in such manner Its the Company shall,
humlred chains ihehce.ea^l   isO>, chains'm.>r.-<: A'V iea^o.r any ierin of years, any telephnneor ; see liu'^ ' ;■ :'■    ;.;'";;.      '"   •-.;;
■"-jrlpss to west baniSof  i.'ilk  river: ...iheiu-.e '!ol- ; leU-arapli  line  established or,.to be.i'stablished j     ,. (liven   under  my  hand and seal of ollleeat-
- lowing west batik of ■ Klii   river'in  :' ..-'Hitlienyj iu 'Ifi'^h'tvlinnbia. eonneeted.  iir in  liiecoii-i.Victoria,   erovinee of -"-Urlti'sli" CoininUia. . this'
■lireciion til phicc of b.-giniiing in ail  dn'sV one :' '"-ctcd, wilh the   line whi.rh the (Jompany  may ! Ihth day  of .Inly, one thousand'eight hundred'
thousand acre-'uidiv'or le—..   '        ;-. ■ '  '   ' ' , ''"!is"'iiet: anil i...:inni.lg;imate wiili or lease, its j :ind ninety-nine.     <■ , , ',:■   '    '" :'
, line <ir lin..;>."..r any portion or porti.ins thereof, j   ,     jus.] ' S. A*. \Vt)()'l"rONT.
.loaity
AGENTS and PURSERS
Revelsto.ke and South,■'■■■    -;; ■'!
;:•;;■ " , .;■'',.;-.'■■:".Rernie; a,nd.:.West.
;:;;s:ElLy_ ^^^rGKETS: I FeormiTy
12th,; i;!th.: l:4th.,l;5tb.:.aiid \:Uitli:
Ii111 i ti lig goi iig- ^or'ldon to date 'of
sit]e,aiid return portioiigbod,:;;to,
leave   Rossland:; up,: f;6 .Febriii'i ry
IBUl,      .!    ^.. ,;;i)'::;:-^-;';;;::;V;-;^'';
HARRY   BiiRR
'^K->fi^-F
f%^-. Gen era)}' Blacksm'i thf,^^:-/
Milling >Ayor]v^;:;.an-Special t}\
I'l-esent atkliess:MAUGS .t IIUGIIES
••'■;■ •:; Opposite lliink Vif Comiherc'e ;,'.''.'V:
'.■/:"'' ^'■■^:;c'i:*^i!\^!!,''!OK-'Cji'f';S';i'::V.{
'I'lm^g'rapli orders ])roinptlyVitten(leii,ti>;!
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;;:.;;.::'.lWhy::.Not;:;inyesi;[ln^
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11 The Lead ville;or; East; Kooteiia&<$
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l^WQ. $:f "V ^ fi ;:;^»WSt^^ff^Qti»"
:y#;;-NoilTil:;-ST^]^KniineS^
^■T&qin'-;tH&;Su£tfl:VAN':1ii
i Xoarl^-itio ..''viiliiHiralfciiuinsi.siiri'oiinti,*''
:, KIMBERLEY:tiiiil; (iepenfbbn^Hvv4::
'.-.',,.  ■���'",'■ .■■■'.'■..■.■■Tor.:, supplies.':,;:- .  .'::■:>.''..!>•.:
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MOYIE CITYvEASTKOOTENAY. B.C;
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Uiu'ed litis,:ailli .NV.yi'iiibfjf. l-'.'.K        is-V.1
•t
■ .   'NOTI.CE.    '     '
".   Take noiiec ihai r. KIli'i! .Smitli-inii'nd'. <.m-
niont.h alt.-i•di.it,.'. 'l>. imike a.i..pli<",t.!!<.'i   I"  pur-
chase the f..ii..wiuur iuno   :ti s.'.eth };n-: K'....:-' -
iiiVyviz. .'••''■
t, Coiii'iin-iM'i.iig mi •' .'."^'. !'"'■.nt..-.r n.-ii.'-'-i'ii.■
nortli ive^r e.'rn.'i'.■: 'i.-'.r-.- J'ir:c.;!':i:^ - :>;'':-;
empli.in: thence n...r,i)r';ii chi'iib-: .ii-::.-- ni»;
-Ji'i.eliiiin-: t iii.-nyi- -..niii u'.> i-nidii-: ;ie;hr-.i; ••;.-(
iii i.ihii.'in,s.ri-..tri'.. phi'-e'jif b.'giiiiii.m.'.
■■'i'iivi.'ii.nl fof't Sl-'eie' il. C lh;.-':n.v ■:::;.■ uf
Deeenii.i'i-. I.»!���!«.  '■ ':' ■''■;.        "■i'..-'.-
.aity ..-.oiiipaiiy. pOssesMiig. as   propneior.  any ; .J.J.,     rtut/istrur of .foiiil Sloe/.'Cnti,in,»!,:<.
lie ...I   ie|..ph.)iie:or'telet'raph commuiiicailou j : ; .__,'        ',
..STOCK    LIST.   '. ■-
e..niiected. with  tile sitid
ir fines, and to borrow money ',
f the Company, aial'to, pjedge■!_■
;   lilt*  ('..miiiiuy's  assets  Ilir ,
! eoliiiectiiiL': ..y- t
, I '..uljiiiny's. line
\t"r the I'lirjios.'s
'..r munene.; :i!iy
;liai pui-|>..~e. and .id'receive bonuses, .ir pl'ivil- i
• •g."'^ fi-uiii -any   p:'i's.''ii  or  l.i.d.y  eurponj t..., nnd I
'.tii.li  :i!l„ oilii-r   usual,  nrecssiiiy- iir'lncidonial i
:-;r'in-. p..'«crs, '.ir pi'ivll.-2..> as  ii'ia.y lie. neees- I
-:11 y ..i iii.-i.leiiijil t.. ih,.'aiia'i!iiiieiil of th.-alnive '
..;.-,. ei-.,. '..r ;i)i,v "I tli.'lu. ; ■ '■     !
•  0:r..-l llii-' i-'.ih day. i.f li..'i'.'il:ber;'ls',i:i.- !
-.    :;■ '.        ■ .1. H. IIL'OW.N'.    '" j
I-'". ■'  . ■   'Soli.-i.!..i- for ill.• Applicants.     :
:l.'-'V\V(..:i:Ai\TK'.'
•i.i'.".m.: \ii':i:)i:iTji:ST
A^-f. .fori, Sl.oel.e...l.et.:.'.  A'WtV (Ti-tinlii ook.
The above Hotel lias been,,; recently erected',;: and: neatly fur-
nisbedthroiigh'but.      ■;■•• '..■;;■"':        " ■
■j Cosy and Comfortable Rooms, -
Tlie   .Biir  Siijiplieit ,,\vi.t,h    tin:; ■'t-1 KSTV
. lirands-Joi' Ijiqnors and...(.'.ifi'iir.sV ',
HEADQUARTERS    FOR.MINING    MEN.
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NOTICE.
Take ii.iji."
:'t1iai' i. !■:..'- s
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ni.mill ii fi .-r da
:.-. I.. liiaK.- ap;
lie;;
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nay v.i/..
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,-a .1   10 chain .
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"BI;ick Bear.. .. ... ..;.. .'   ))!,<■.
Kilu.l'ierley Consolidated :li'ic.' ;
.Can    recommend    Empire   and
.FOR SALE. • •
.An Aiijui^uiia'to;' I'f-iV u.ii-kinj; .ii-ee; Black Bear for quick profit.-'
jilliiii.''(j'.iartz.     .S.'iAi.'S ovi:r !lll per I'lint" '   •    .  ."
i ei.ii).; .Wi-iiflit' iv.u:l'-i pi.iuri-i--i;s:.ijlMi His.-'    " ■ :'  ■ ■
iaiie in s..',:i.i.iii-, Tor 1'1,,'kin- to n,.,H>i-|C?I]ias»   Esfmere^'
Mining anri\Stock Broker,
vii.ili .-lain'i.-      ' an ii.' s.e-)i  nriii;   llie   St
,"l:iO.-l',.r   ..Mi- -in)!.
•'■.' NOTICE:, ■■,•■■■■■? '. ■'■'
.Notice is hereby iiven Ihiii thirty days iil'tei'
dale,! shall .apply to tlie Chief Commissioner1 of Lands, ami \Vor);s. at- \'ici.ii'ia;i'or per-
inission, to purchase; llie , foil..winy 'described
picce'of'land. .Cniiimeiicinv ii.i the'siiulli west
corner of ini s;'j:i. yrunp 1. tlionce soiilli- eleven
chains, more or less., lot lie ml«e ol'ih.' bhirf on
Ihe Si.' .Mary's river. Ibence 'followins.' Said
bluff, down stream eighty chains/ ihence 'l'nii-tli
to ihe south east corner nf said lot -ITir.l. ..'roup
l.'lheiii'e WesI In till' poiin of cillllniellOCinclll.
,.'■::    . '' . ■   •!•  I1'- A HAMS.
Duied al fori Sleele Hiis "Mth dii.vi.f.laiiu-
ilry, liimi.,. ■   ■■:■■■■■■''        ■        - .,   ....       ' ,|.s    ]
■y^anted. a. A position as el.-rk jn ;i
yrori'i-y sloi'o. Iiitvc li;iil t,;it yoars ,oXt
jii'Heiiri1.; I.li.'sl ol' .nil'oi-oiic.-'s . given.
AiliTi'oss box. f>!js. St'. TlniiiKis, Oi'ii'iii-id.
e'.y.:;:;;:;(i.;;;AR;NO.L'D;;.;..:;;:i;;.;,:
'   Abtlves regular trips.".from.' J^ort
Steele J unction to, Fort'ftteele. '■���'
FREIGHT OR EXPRESS
v'Oeli-yered.'.on'' day' ,pI'  arrival.
Leave orders witli   0   .   ,.
■';'' '   :"•"■' ..■'■■"'■'.M: 'A. BEALE.
!-'or I ''..u\:;."..l:ir-: a|i]il,v Li
■.)'.  .';.  IIAItVKS',  ii.!■!. Svi'i-lo.'ij'.C
NOTICE.
Kim be nicy, "H. (3.
READ.
THE PROSPECTOR.
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fell'.',     IP  II
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GRASSiCK   &   OEMPSEY,
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CONTRACTORS
'" AND
BUtLU/lRS.
iutrt   Stci'U1  .J.J.O   .  V
ANDREW    NE10IG
GONTRftGTOR    .axd'   BUiLDER
llOleS'li A.Sri.l.'sRIX I'AlX'l.'fN'.::
((-'.\ir.i''l.Ml'XI.'N(.i iilnl.l'AJ.'KlMIA.VOIXt!.
All   work-   }jroiii].i.l:ly ,,cl.p'ne,
; The terminus: of the North Stair.
Railway BriancK':; l,f;«■- ^ ." [x >-■'' ^.
K,l.\lljK.I.-{JliEY.'..is.n'()t''''ti  boom  ti.n^r.-v :.',
for'siirrouiKlod by t.lio IJARG.E'sT SI..T..--
VEK-LEAD AJIN.ESIN THKAyOJ^LES' i
it  iiiiist."ftei:o.ssitrily   l)oybiii6, ■, it   l:u-^.a:\
;eity''''    ,'... .■','■■■:'' fi-X -.:''"''''' ; '■"■:-";-:e-' ".':
For ;;a, ■ safe.'..ana; profitable •■'inve'st-'''-'
mentbviy lots in Kimherlgv:;  : v
fort Steele    vnAS.   ESTMERE-
t....,,.... ^, ."Ve;^        ': - sp/e'^ftoentu
' "',-''■'  ■    '■      ' ," ■■   ° '■'■ ■'   "-'"      '■     ■ ■ ■ i  ■ ■
Post Ottiee Atldress, Kidiibqrleyr";■■
via Gran brook.. B, C. ■■'"'•' ■■' ,'   ^    >'
Fort   Steele
H. ALIE,  Proprietor.
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Riverside Aveiitie, Opposite Post Office.
CITY
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Shaving--.?'; Hair Dressing Parlor
, : ; ■ Vcxi. I.Hflrieiiial 11,.|<•!
■'. .    , irORT- STEELE, It. C.
All kinds of lia.ii- work
..BAKER)'''
MRS. DILSE, Proprietor;.'
A.J. GREZ,
."t srieeial.i.v.
Proprietor
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY    Gi;    HJ.Uiy-
.h'resli Broad and. (.'a.ko.s.,
";l',i:oshF.i'1i;:,,i;!'v,/:y .j,;,:    ;"
i''resh Ve^xu.'ih.l.o.ci
•   i: l^resli Eire's ',:
J''ri,-si.i iVIilli'and I-iiitty,■:••'.
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SATIJJUIAV   KiCHilCAin
llioli
"JffOJJDAY'S WEWS  FROM
THE    TRANSVAAL.
Loudon, Ji'eb. 10.—The w:u
-t-tttice lias just issued the following dispatch fluted today from
^Jviienil commandant at Cape
Town: Clements reports from
IJAMiesburg thai on Friday Ihe
J Jours tried to turn his right
/L-uil:, but were beaten off. but
lha position^ was maintained.
The casualties were .small.
iJoer Head L-tager, Ladysmiih,
J'Yib. !)."—The alarm was given at
midnight that Ladysmiih troops
were trying to force a passage
hi the direction of the Free
^Stales Laager. "Heavy firing
v.\-\s heard but no ' particulars
vvyre received.
London, Feb. tl.--Telegrams
i.-eceived here from Lorenzo Mar-
cjuis. s]teak of a sortie froir.
l*u(iysmilli oil '.the night of
TJuirsday lo Friday. Such an
''wtiempt of General White to cut
"i>L- way out   was., probable,'   and
li.s:!.!. v. nerc 'hev had  i>i<iiiri;.'e.
"JB.i.0'
• ) draw  up .i"i.'ie'i
some   Sit fed   'v lb
luouuliiiiis.    and    a
noa\y '-uiis.
'ils.ipj/i ."H inj..
i    ciii'iiinsih
masked. Tho.-se, bui for ihe bal
loouist. would never Jiih.1 been
discovered in time to save ihe
British ' from falling into the
deadly trap, as they commanded
the road the British would have
had to take in order to reach
Ladysmith. These guns rendered the actual position of the
British untenable and a, further
advance impossible, except at a
terrible and useless loss  of  life
Siratlicona's Horse.
No nurses or chaplains will go
from Canada with the Strathcona Horse. ThisAjuestion was
referred to Lord Strathcona by
honorable Dr. Borden, and ihe
reply came in a cablegram re
reived last evening. Tho high
commissioner, wlio has evidently
consulted ihe wishes of the   im
Tr ,ue
T-jioar.
^ciclrs
As
Ferric   l""o; rJ   'A   Tr.de   ^cicirs   f
Tiko Hold '»( It.
Tho Ferine bo ird oi trade   sai
down on the (Yanbrnok   pi<ii'ion
to have the   (Internment   build
inn's, reiuoved t'i O'ranbrook.
The following in from the Incline Free Press:
"Mr. I^ernie .-.aid   he   thought;
the boa I'd should take no part   in
the   matter,   which   was  just    a
light    between    Cranbrook-   and
Fort Steele.      He  claimed   that
iiK<re miners were now .•served by
the offices being" at   Fort   Steele
than ii' they wen- any where else.
What  the   future   would   brimr
forth he could not nay.  Were'ihe
orhves moved now. in another your
or two there might be -souieotheri
town double tho <i;ce of any other |
in the district,   and   they   would!
then   want   ihein   moved   again, j
Whal the board should do   is   to
demand, that  a   sitting   of   the
County, Court be hold  h(,;re.  and
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»    I I   the
liiiii<li-fil   \"
lth
niosl
ticnlar, stales that the war oflic
lire furs    lhat    no   chaplains   or
nurses be sent,   as  all   arrange-
ments are being  made  by   them
s>:iy succeetl,  though   nature  of h] ll?esG 1)aj.tiuulars, '    The   wai
modern weapons is against   him,'
.aud there would be a heavy   loss
mid many stragiilers cut"off.
The,    likelihood    oi    Genera]
perial authorities'in  everv  par,  , . .
I thai a  magistrate  be  appointed
' who could try small-debt   cases.
lie understood   that   mining"   ro-
corileVs ,wore  troing   to  be   ap-
ipoinled   al,   Movie.   'Cranbrook
' and Fernie. which   would be- of
c-oii-iderable convenience.
Dr. Boniicll.said lhat Mi
ofrice, he says, also  thinks  that
one surgeon and one   veterinary
surgeon wiU'be enough   to  Jook ,
,.       ., ii, nn , , me evident v expressed the isenti-
alier the men and horses.     The! ' >
For
intents of  the  uieetinir.   and   he
Would therefore   move  that   the
VThito trying to cut his way   out | I11inislei. of mjmia will   observe
w«>i i Id explain reticence  of  ^fi''' t]:o wishes of the  hiiih   com mis-.
„ffl,.f,   .,,-,/} ii would   also   evolaiu i   ■ i    j-   .i    '■     "        a-       ■    ' secreUirv be iiisf ructed to noli] y
oincr, aiici it wiiinii  ai.so  cvpiaiii i slollG1. a„ci c)t, ij10  wav  0fhce   m( • ,   •-'
;_he demonstration from Chieve]yjt]KJi,0.ticnl.lrs_ \nothcr ones-'the Ouiibi'ook b"!'i''' f'1' l™cl<--
oi which we have heard of only i t'ion whifth ha- boen refeiTed f0itll'!l1' H"--Fcniie hoard do nol
rlhrough a Boer telegram. , j,Lord Strathcona is that of sad-ldc,"m " !",vjr»,,1« "' tllkl'' ;in-V
' Durban. I^eb. 1 l.-lfi, rumor- !m(,s. h ]mR lKnv been fiua)Jy c(o. | act ion in the maiter at present,
,-jii hero lhat General .loubert is ,cid(,d 1hill t]l0 Arexican saddles,' This wns bonded by Hi J.
Mwivhii.o with a colu.m. of li.MOnj wj]] bu Us(jd t^^^out. Those l^hn^on and carried. , .
iiitilahk-Ceneral Buller. ', ' -----
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.ill  llie   itllllitl- 111    ill''   World.        Except HUlil] iiidiic.-iiicnt-. lor .taunts.
Bradiey Garretson Co., Ltd.
iil<„\.VTl-''OKl>. OS'V.
Agents: - I'ciiplc are ul.tiiKiriiiLT Tor an
.iiiilu-nli.-bi-t(irt\ ol tile Hocr-Jtrit-
i-li \\;tr. U'i- li.nu :t biy.' oil<j<ij>
lionlc. by Hvo t>l llnj best liistoric.il
i\,ir sM-iler- ol ihc uorhl. stmi]i-
toii-.l,\- ilhwtiMlcil from photographic ticivs t.tU-cii on (lie -.put. The
iinl.v liritisji ('.iii.tdi.in ImjiiI;. -K.v-
IH'i'ii'iici.' or ciipit.'il iiiini'ccssir,\.
Tin: i.i.v.sf'oTT I'rm.r.siii.vii comiwxy
' 'Poronto.
Wanted' -'I'ln-cc ,Miiijiy men forspcciiil
work Teachers or cdiiciited men
jirclcri'i-'d. .
Till;   MXSCOTT   l-Tlll.ISIIlXO COMI'ANV
Toronto.
Agents:,- -A   rich   ;md   liolilen   liarvust
■loi ,\rm.    The war in South   Alrica
' is iliu bloodiest ol llie century.  \v'c
li.ive the onl.t   ('uiiaili.iii- liuok:   by
Cisiidl   llopki;is  and   .Murat    Hal-
sicul:    the    leco^ni/ed    historical
u .ir writers.    Our   repi es.jniatives
in South Alric.i and l.ondoii supply
direct   news''and   picture- oi battle
1   scene-.    It,is  .uuheiitie  and-- frives
information       ('unailian-        want.
Mvurybudy bn,\-.      .Now i- llie lime
lo comnuinee work.
BRADLSY-GARRETSON CO..  LIMITED.
lii diilfurd.
Agents: -f)ur boiik on South Africa
■mil llie I Joci'-l-ii-.tisli ;.;\\rar i- a royal, ii- boiian/a lor .iiyciUs. J11 u cheap
book.      Sell-   on   -im!,;.     Oiitlit Irec to
FLOUR and FEED STORE
E, 0. POLLER, Proprietor POST OFFICE BOX 836.
Mow is the titzzG to feixy
■-    YOUR   WINTERS ^SUPPLIES
prices ARE advaucitstg iim] j ]]tlV(i .<K.ured a stock of Flour
and Peed of Best Quality that 1 can sell at i-ight prices. Rolled
Oats a Specialty.
Baled Hay. Oats. Bran and Chops
i
r
Feed   "Wheat,   Shorts. Cornmeal and Linseed  Meal.
Beans, Barlev. Graham Flour etc., etc.
Split   Peas
The Fleoiwood Tea is not Excelled
Butter and Eii'gs are an uncertain commodity, when I ean   .secure a jjroocl article 1 huy. and will endeavor to meet demand-..
Breakfast Bacon and Hams you can rely upon bein» FresJi and
ol ihe Best.
CmDEliS   FOR   I^JPiE  WOOD WTLL RKCKfVli: 'ATTIl.VTIOX.
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CRANBROOK. B. C.
SIKEALbIji^   -   Proprieto]
cam a—el's. ,'
| Till-:   UVSCDTT   I'Ull/.ISHIXO CO.MI-'.V.VV
Iron') the Pro- j ■ Tummo.
io  pnbliishe'r   of
PRO.SPiX'TOit   makes   this
'.-.latement.     At considerable ex
T      , „ . .        ,.   .,    ,.      saddles are (>sonicwhat, more  ex-;     inoxphmation of the lateness
JLora koborls ir,ati\toddernv-|l)tinsive   than- lhose   ordinarily !of lll(. aiwve Dew '
nur ^   b'pon appearing before the |nsod   for  mouuted    Iroojis.    but  vj.k.hi'houm,'
troojis on Friday ho was onlliu.-,-j tl„, nJ01, !irts u>(,d   1o  lh{Allh   .md  Ti"ij- '
Fa-Mically   cheered.     He   visiled jin lhfl weft1 tJl(jy   ar0  t.onVidered
.•;;"■ camp  of  the  Highland   bi'i-, tho most serviceable'all
<?;tde and conii-ilimented  d'eneral I   , -    _,.        .     ,    ,.'.,',"    ,  ,    A ISi SI «nniT T"fc
i»      i l    11      \t- .i   -A r»n»™i wn^Mtc '     'at Victoria,   o lurin^h the latest. liAAi. 1A11 VJ-   E8
.yaedonald and his men on their General Woodgate. ,. "I
-i.udv conduct at Koodoa,be,'o-,     General E.   «:   P.' Woodpalo. ■ ™* ™°*} n»P"rUuit   news   imm , thihtt-nihth year.1 i
DriJC  ■ .. '   i who died of'wounds  received  ;U I the Legislative House.    >\ c hnd ,      24 ; ^ : ^^
 ;        ,        ' c: ,r i>       .    „,-„„ i that owina1 to the diiatorv man- »
Rob. I Spion Kop. was a brevet   m.i]0, • . noji . . whioh ^ ^.^.^ ^ j INDISPENSABLE
•ound. |peils0  secured   a, correspondent | 'l/l fMf M/^
'at Victoria, to furnish the latest, iili.illi'l vJ
«dSCIENTIHC
London. Feb.   lo.-
iu"ts  has   <""a(hored
-Lord
;!.-), 000
men
[general     and    commanded    ihe|
Ninth   brigade   of   Sir   Charles
are carried in this Province.that'
ivith winch lie purposes  iurmn»" .   - ,,. il takes eiyhl dayft for letters to
let'tpf Ma.^rsXontein   line   near,     ™» * ^)™°»- f?*  C"C   reach iW Steele from Victoria.'
.rtieob',dale in   the   KVee  States,   ^ *™>  ««. ™ ^^ ' '^However, we shall strive lo civo
°   .  .,!,;   r<,..,«,..,i   n..n„-.r. Fourth   Kea'imont  in   I  o.i,   aud, '      ,    . ,    "
«».35d com polling"  Oeneral   Cronje
to release the siege  of   FCiuiber-
served     under    that    command
our readers the latest'  and   most
i
authentic news, and s.pare no ex,-
,„v   „,„,   1hll„      °,lin„ {.-,.   fiv<( "throiisrliahe hot Abyssinian cam- •«"" '"-''_--";»-■ —i-
Ley    and   thus  making   Ins   tn.-t       .'>.,. 1T . ' nense   n do n» so.
.,u.T towards Bloemfoiuoin. Kim- J J'^S" of J'^"     Ho  Wi,s  ol]e ol ,'  ■
Parley, twenty miles a^vay  from !lho hcrocs  P''(^!"   :l1   t]l('  «U«-' Telegraph Brevitie.
nhfi Aicidder river position, is in
£>oor s-traighls. " Detail.'- of Uw.
.December death rates shows that
ni ;j jiopiilatiou oi   14,01)0   whiles
lure of Mag-da la. He had" seen
service in India, whore fighting
the Afghans taught him what it
is for infantry supported  by  ar-
-•a d-
brought to the Iront in ]ilace of
Iho^e who have not had that
traininu".
Afghans Are Dirty.
The following story  of   Lord
Is  gained  great  currency
I tobei
o
iii the Urilish army a lew wceics
ago. says Collier's Wocklv.
dirtiness of Ihe   Afghan   is
The
pro-
?tnd ln,.i00 blacks  the' mortality j l^ory lo charge fortified  moun-
,i   «-as sixtv whites, i;ls blacks  ])C,r! Utin positions.     It   is  ipnte  evi-
ihoiisiiml.'     The    infantile   rate j^"1 that fienon.l'Wan-en placed
tv-a- (571 per thousand among the hi,iJ wheL'° fhc «S^t!"W ««» hot"
.   whites, blacks i)12.    Enteric lev-  tost in lho chiLr«° ul> Sl,iou Kol''
.»M-    pivvail.s,.       Meanwhile    the
woiiibardment  by  Ihe lioers has
wHt-i'easod and there is immenient
fiaiiger of the town falling.
London, Feb. l-'l —Mr. (Jeo.
Wyndhaiu has made a ••slateiiienl
•in the Hoiihe ol Commons u" the
~-.ii.Vl'eeI lhat. wilh new battalions
Ao be raised the standing of Ihe
British arm\° will he raised lo
;.'hiio-1 000.00(1 men.
|.i i.- believed   in   circles   close
to Ihe war oflice lhat   Lord   Ivob-
Jirf* will move al. once.      Scouts
have   approached    lo   within   a
,1 hoiisand yards ol   tin1   IJoer  entrenchments   at   Magorsfonloin.
"They have   found   these   strong
,;itul   ascertained   that   they   are
1  used as dwelling places.      Naval
guiiner-s are constantly watching
the   enemy's   lines   wilh   strong
glasses,   and   they   declare   lhat
irhoro is appreciable diminishing
. tf Boer forces.   -
In Nam I the lioers Corces south
m>J" Tugela' river occuiiy Bold's
Iwrni and several mines west of
'iJbievely. Two thousand Moors
-with throe guns are advancing
•;t;hrough.Zulu]and towards Natal.
The famine in India is spre.
.ing.
'J'he.C!. °P. *R. has (leclared u
dividend of 7\',( for the year.
Lincoln's birthday was celebrated in the United States yesterday.
Toddy Roosevelt of Now York
for recent changes in  Ihe  model""'!1      "nl       run        L'or   '   vic°-.
of British lighting in Natai show ' president of  the   United  Stales,
thai   Ihe  experienced   mountain
lighlors of   the   armv  are   being
TO MINING MEN.
53 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.     '
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MINING-sd^ntiflc PRESS
3^0 MAREET ST., SAM FRAIfCISCO, CAL.  '
' 'I'he  only   i)io(iurn   nnd   lir-1   cl:i— lintel  in South K.tsi JCn.iienay.
licitlod tlinniiihout uitli hot air.
When you visit Cranbrook don't forget the 'Cosmopolitan.
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?. We are Manufacturers and direct.Importers, and carry a
£;'large stock of Balances, Furnaces, Fire Clay Goods, Scientific
c] and Practical Books, Glassware, Platinum Goods. -Acids,
ft Chemicals, and all other Assavorsi and Minei's' rcriuireinenfs.
l\ SOLE A&ENTS for Morgan. Crucible Company, Battersea, Becker's" Sons' Balances, Etc.
Catalogue and full particulars on application.        ,
d-Lri-ru-Lf Cru-LtiiLruijtrI>LruljijTJTj^^
varBmLiLarM^Mzxzsam'.mj
I ^faom
verbial. and it is said that on one
occasion CJencral Itoberls captured a -oldier who was so exceptionally dirty thai ii was
thought necessary for Ihe safety
of the whole cani]) lhat ho should
be washed. Two genuine Tommy Atkinse- won; told oil' for
this purpose. They stripped ihe
prisoner and rubbed at him.for
two hours with lormidable
brushes    and   a    large quanlily
ol
soft
soap.
Then     thev
1 The Victoria hockey team of
Winnipeg defeated Ihe Shamrocks of Montreal by -I aoaN to
H in the first match for the Stanley Cup.
The Transvaal.
The Transvaal is generally
spoken of as "a small republic"
In the map • where Europe i-
llirown as0' a shadow on the
southern portion of Africa, it is
foujid 1hat the Transvaal includes all of Switzerland, one
quarter of France.1- one-quarter
of northern Italy and sections of
Germany and Austria as la rue
together as Switzerland.
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, London, Feb. 11.—A special
•.dispatch from Springfield Bridge
.uiidervtlate'Oi Friday. February
vl.i." gives a new explanation of
vdeneral Builer's retiremeni.. Ac-
Wrordirg to. this dispatcli, a bal-
I'JoonisA on Wednesday discovered
(JJiM fact that the' Moors had de-
-sreJoped extraordinary and un-
.-.'Xpectcd artilloj-y strength on.
i>oori)   Kloof,    to    the.    British'
Ihrew down their brushes indis
gust and wen I to   their  Captain, j
'•What is if. liien'A'. '
"Moll,      sir,"     they    replied,
solilt5Wlr.it       uXoitfcidly,   ,     ''We Ve
washed, that 'ere Afghan chap
for two hours, but it wanrt any
good. After scrubbing him, sir,
until our arm's would like to
break, blessed if we didn't conie
upon another suit of<clothes."
Is PUHI.ISlllJU ll\ KKV SATUIMJAY. AXIi HAS \
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-f A XV OTIIllI! I'AI'llK IN HAVr K'OO'l'l'.XA V IT Is
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Lr.rgc Bottles, 25 cents.'
;:i ".t i..\\\".:i:::cii co., i.imiio.i,
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Kvcry- Drnyu'i.st
I .'ain-K illcr. 'I'lic
spriiiiis aliil lil'iiiscs
in    tin.-    land   sells j
best.'  liniment,   l'or
Till!   best    I'ClllC'dV I
MADE  FROM
for crumps and colic. Avoid .siihstitn-
tcs. there's but. one'Faiii-lvillur, ■ ferry
Davis',    -"ic. ii ltd iiOc.
BLEMDED HARD WHEAT •
CALGARY FLDUR
•IS?THE'MQST WHQtEsbME
The Paystreak Of Ad's In This Paper Pays From The Grass Roots,
And Never Pinches Out, Stake One!     The Result Will Be To        '
Your Interest.'   '.      ■ • .
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THE   PKOSPHCTOK,
IHE /pi:' ■'fiPECTOti   'VM'l'A-.y.V..
::'A:   B.   'IBACP.
FVBIJKHEJIX
EP'I'POP,   ANl)
THE PROSPECTOR, is pnlSlislied
ivory Saturday ' and lias a s"nr:,n,ICC'1
circulation largcr-i'than any other paper
In East Kootenay. It is till liome i'liiif.'J
end contains double- the news of any
other paper in the district. .'!
As  an   :id\'C'iiisins   inedic.ii   it   is mi-
■.excelled.-'     '■...'"":'•     - '    V      "   ■'.-■•'.■'•■,.'••••
.p«v'(ji<.'(l'w"tiic upb'uii'dji'ij;' t.1 Foil .Su'c:!.v. the
icvclopmciit of tiiey.ist .minci-iii rrsdivls's of
lbc East KooK-imy inii.inj: .Ijsfrk-:.
', Subicrlptiou-s.,.:.:... •■•■•:■■ .'■.■;•"• '^'-.(»'■ par yf-iif.
C.dvevlisinj/VtiU'Smade. kntiwii on application.
iistrici. 'out a!i.matter inteiulc-d for ptil.
iotistbav..' ih.A>vrii-er'-k si$,rmitiiiv.  '
low .Min-iscy ('I'i'.'kAnd.« i><>in'< ". Avcuty-
e'iiiJ'.t, inil..'s<u'!>'..-.-s,-i- .Miciie1.. < "i;.'i'i<. and'
front a licit two ti'nd one-half,,miles in
width on each side of < 'oal' ("reck, ex-
Leiidintr to tlie Miumrit,' and. fruiira hi
three iriiles"U\ width.An eacb sidi; of
Michel Creek, and on■Oii.cl'i sido. of Ihe.
east and. wesl/lirfinches <>i said'orei'lc to
the sii'tJinil- ",.   ■"./■:      •■■.'..'-;■:.'!    '■'..'■'   ■ „ ■'
This put at the disposal of the
Company,a continuous   blotjk  of
f5
land oh a •'■". side, <XX;i of- ilie .'pro'-,
posed ■"rail way of a• 1 ton t ;1 <' ■, m i I es
in length, to say nothing of the
f> -or (i ,iiHlel,belts: on Coal and
Michel 'creeks'-all/, the/ their
known coal''bearing lands. . Btyt
'the plain intent of this section
was hot .sufficient to  satisfy^ the'
Contribution.- are siiliL-iied from all'pirns otitic | ji-'riied;/. 'b't'.' th'p   ' COlilbillllt ipi'J   CO.i'l
/aiicl railway company. ..; It was J n
■ the cunning mahipulation.of;;the
f sect ion; by -st-atutej "but!e,specialif,
■by 'UQrcler.in, Council A: .■■that? we
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'KiHiteuay-; .A'aii/ey A'diirpanv.'■ And;  the,;
. < ^aiiauiim:Pac-kie'  Railway /'<!'Oiii;iariv:,,j
iore us, and' as' the subject ,is;o,ne,;;Therefore..it i*:heivbv enawted:.
dFspecTal^interes1^
.-'the rRailway.'AM; Act-ASW,:"
ion, 10: of
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;'  t0 H\ve 'the5; a COrrticL!?cl;' 1,eV^W 1,tiort of Ane Arant in rcApeetAif thl-: coiA:'!
;';Ol\tho tacts; brought out;,iu; these/ struutiwi of the feiteiern ' section ■ ;«£".its '
''•papers'/'and 'also'Asho'^v'v.where-'-^said.'Hinwayj'^
,; 1n^;in'Oi:i'r doinioiil-thet-e the'! rapekto^ie^ranted ;
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■   —■■■■••■'    ■ •    ■■        inile.4of;the eastern .sevet.ion of the,, said ;
iiibtiee'i'pf..t;h"ei'.: pl;e'i5eiit;.Wt;to^:'hey:i(.'(.nl.pil|iy
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M^ha tAin eun t ■ .'bl m t/-. b!eca use a. two.- \
laucishad i
alreitdy been' made An ohe-pf 'the !
richiist \-aileys;;.m,/t.he-Aprb.Ntuce,
the;/;;bppprtunity/"-y&rV<sa;/
siiotild .rbV/giyen -/tbc• accompany
;tha,t/so/ lat'/had''doh(J/nP actutil;
Avotlc^oh- iheAiroadi'^ifi'litid^l^eii"
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ebiistruc-t"
••;fi.ve;
■:, MrA;MartihAiis. ;ia;^new^coiner:i'n
■•„' the AiproA^ihce'/ and Ann acquainted.
'''iHvd'th''/;:t;he:.Cr?«3Pg'r^
/;u;lctcould quitie^ompi'oheud'the;
?;*wli'p,le.:scl^
i.ulViliion^by /\\diicli'A,this.;,Aspecus;
:; latiye/iind. 'tather';u'iisubstant;iat
A i'-sti I w ay^iii id fi. coail:;; co i f i p a i i y,; fie d':
"'rjyt/th'ty/liigh'AnindetLrBtike^
tempted ;t,o getthobetter ,'ot tlie.
^province, and...bitt,.fo,r flny/fortu-;
Anale -^fc'lutligeAj'ofA;''governiiien't,
,• would ./littvedpiie so n'iuohmipro
'.; tliproiiglily;fhi;ui. ittias./;"
... . ThatAour   readers   uia.yfu.llv
. '   A >' .' .lA,    ',        '■ •'   "A
'"understand.Aho case.as .we view
- tt, %ye sii.al 1 gi v:e,a: brief historical'
review/of'■■.the.":C6mjiiin'y's   le'g.is-
liii.tiye'Asfati.'ites'.''.A.    'AA: /,/: ■/..
■:...■ :'riie;iirsl..(mart.er was .granted
to   what   was  ' then., called, the
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■',;Ci:ow's .  Nest. , ;and.. l.v(:)Ot..eiia.y„
..Ltik'e. Kail way .Company'.' during.
/. 1 ht^sessipn (.).!' 1^^^/ and-..among;
:'f!i(.M>ii;icorppra,l:iiig ineiiibers were,.
, Mr; l:[yde /iiaker,' ■'representing;
/■■his Pa.' M:,r. '/yi'in'-; lyetmie and
A others. /Tli is charier' eltipowered;
. the Coiiipany Vo'.btiild '-a." railway.! tenor.-of-its, way; -and -continues7
'..f)l;.,ii.ot/less. thaii th'rV'e feet gauge j'to-gr6.w". in wealth'and, pppur
j'belwe'en Ihiy ;Crow:s A2\"est "Pass,i;iatioit      " .-.-'     ,; '  '" •' -■'■■':'-"'"-
^anil; t,lio .l(>w(u;-Ivooteiiay.. Lalce I -        -. ''        Av ;'"' ■■" ■   A   ■   Av'
.'•■'■by'-way of CranbrookV.    Iirl^Hfl
e hi power.ed'
yearsAbefore.
,//The/ cpn'Salidating/,acb/6t:/thc,
sectiPn 6f/1 Silt,did notmaterfally
change the situation with regard
IP the grant so fai'.a^ we have
descriljed it'/'./-.'.TJie'-:'c6.mpaiiy;:Ay!is
no /doubt afraid;;; to '; further
divulge its schemes, iuf the/light
of day.Vtut it was,oulyu t-ooAsuc-*'
cessful in, managing- the /Gbv-
(.Vi-iiihent"ifself:,A;,But,th,e''cphsid.-^
ei-iition of how this was 'done:/by-
<rra(1 ual 1 y expanding • iOrders in
A - . ' '' ■'■ ■'   . ; ';r ;;     ■«: *\r ''.
Coiincil;';mus.t'beUetttor
er,.article;' ,.'■'. '..■' ■   '.■
anbth.
; There is.no ..longer-any ;rpom
for speculation as tothe future of
the to wivot/Por.'tSteele; ;: Boasts-
may; be made't>y;tow;usite •-. boohi--
ers. but/the- Queen; City of/Spufh
East ivootenay pursuestlie;eyen.
the ■■Legislature passed .an n< • t 'to
■aid- certain     rafilways /lty   hind
.'grants, and' pf coii,rse oni,.1. (>f-  the
'prospective."' beni'ti.t'ia'rii.'s '.' -was1,
t ■■his'Crow'sXest ('.•'( mi pa ny.xwlrich
was to re'.'-eivi.'. if it; bnih a stand-'
■■ard.gunge road.   -I',;,11 ■".'' ae'i-eS   oi
hind  .fcir   i-acli luile (•'ou-striteti-d..
Tliis. liiud wa.siii lw giv.eu ,in   al
.teriiHti' b!(i>''ks of'ip.mil'.es , fr'oui:
age on iMiA'-h .^ide/'i!' 'the.,, ra.il.-w.is.v.■■
iine.'liul ;iii iiigen'i. ms and appar- :
eiiily    iniii'icMui! f (.-'xci.-'piioii     was;
■made in this rule by/clause 1':} <Xr
'.Surrounded   by ,;the.'  richest,
niiueral region yet discovered oh
the American continent.    .Inhabited by a-thrifty■and1'enterprising'
class   i.if ■ business', iiien,  ftivored
by''.Providence   as   the   liead of
naviga'tii.m/   Pn     the ; Ivootenay
rivi.'r;Aioi.ng the teriuinus   of-all.
roads ,,"'and .   trail's    'lhat/'  lead,
through the snowy hills   of  this
wi.indorlahd.A- Port.   Steele, rears |
iii.-r'   head    and. : prouVlly    looks |
ai.Miii her. at the ..(Aid   ii'lvon   revl
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s<i:.ir.ci!>   thai   will   oyer   support I
tii-r iiiimbivants. A „'      . ■ '    .
HEADQUARTERS'   For Travellers, and /Mining. M311.
of-.the   .A('-*..■.; the   l.uip  birci.-   oi,,    '
.which. : and' ot ■ co.ursw   llie   iti-.'l;
.value ol'.t lie. hiiu'is tlieii ri-s.-i-.-.-d: ; &■.
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Sample Rooms for Commercial M?,n    -   u
■ '■ No 'TravoIler'SIioiild, Pass-the Doer
: The I -rail,runs within feu feet of the i m o.Osc. <7oi-,(-i-
Ittrn and plenty ol' ha.y and grain. If y<>\i ^a.i rui.i:.v i.'h.'.
Waldorf von wili..-never, regret if.'
H.    A.- 'KANOUSIx,
Rropriotoc THE PROSPECr.I  FORT STEELE, iVO.. FEBRUARY 17. 1900:  ��Jj�� ^X00pBtf0X.  SATURDAY   J-'KKKUAKY  17.  ]!)IKI.  The Provincial House.  Si* mil to Thk I'ilosi'hOTOK.  Victoria, Feb. lb���Out of a  clear sky and a most innocent  looking  resolution   a    veritable! by ����������>'i"�� that the Finance Min-  .Fimmce to.say as much with re  gard to his experience in Colo j  rado. from which state he had!  come to British Columbia. Hon. j  Mr. Cotton interposed that the  tenor of his interjection had been i  misunderstood, but Mr. Martini  continued his attack, concluding  Wholesale -'i"<l IH.eis.il  thunderbolt dropped into the  arena of parliamentary debate  yesterday, oil the closing afternoon of the week, and the long  looked for duel between Finance  Minister Cotton, and his sworn  ioe 'Fighting Joe''Martin, was on  in earnest. The subject of debate was Mr. Heigeson's resolution of recommendation to the  Federal' Oovornirient that tho  naturalization of Chinese and  Japanese should be re.-trie ted or  prohibited, but the (pieslion before Ihe House had nothing to  'do with the dramatic episode  that    lilled   the   lohbv   with   the'  ister dare not. go back to Colorado where he was charged with  the grossest personal misdemeanors, and giving notice of a  motion ior the appointment of a  special committee lo enquire into  the gross criminal misconduct of  the Finance Minister.  The episode is the talk of ''ihe]  town, anci'seemingly. hi judge by !  .the news now coining in. oJ the:  Province. It is by no means'  over, for the fued is likely to be;  renewed on Wednesday next, |  when tio��� motion now being pre-1  pared of which Mr. Martin gave,  notice will be  present, d.       As   I;  Ail   Kinds   of   Poullrs;   and   (ianic  ***"-" ���' .jr.  |  EAST KOOTENfly HOTEL  j  g Movie City, 13. C. 3  ��~    Is. a laige'ancl Attractive Hotel of quiet elegance in all its    ^3  *~ appointments, with a casino of superior excellence 3  in    Season {g       Strictly   First-Class   in   all ���- its   Appointments       ��|  Cn  ��� nhr'jo  i^cSrn'n  A.i 0\'l<"i  ^te:<lc  Inc  ,1'McMahon  Bro's. Proprietors.    =3  buz/, of e-vci1i'd eons ersation just, j write Mr. Martin is busy j,i-...  as soon as the epi.sode in chief paring jiis motion aide'/l by lentil  had chr-ed. and Mr. M'-FhiHipjis' li.-)i'-" "I tin; Opposition bunch.'.-,  jiroceed'.d lo debute Ihe negative] il w''" ,H' technically perfect, in  ametidiuent he had offered to Hie,1 ,,1(' ��.ves of the , |o��jil   fraternity  (,'ariboo, meuibers resolution,  ins  amendment being that  it  would  be  unwise   to   touch    upon   any  subject likely, to em harass Croat  Britain's friendly relations  with  Japan.    Mr. Martin had debated  the resolution,   holding" that   it  was of a class of which he generally  disapproved���holding   that  1he legislature should restrict itself to the business constitution-';  ally referred to it by the British  North   American   Act,���in  such  , /burning questions as that of the  threatening Chinese and   Japanese competition if would be  well  for British Columbia to  lose   no  opportunity     of     pressing'   the  views and wishes   of  the   Province forward.oin a hope of  eventually   educating   the  whole  of  Canada     to     a   comprehensive  knowledge of the  facts  in  rein  tion to the working-out of  British Columbia's destiny.    In illus-  ,   n-ation he cited the experience of  , ' Ma��itoba on   the  railway  (pies-  lion during his tenure-as  attor-  ney-general-of the prairie   province. . The people of the Doinin-,  'ion did not  at   first   understand,,  but the insistan'ce of the  united  province on its position had   finally won for Manitoba the  sym-  - pa thy and supporl   of  the" eastern   provinces,   aud    victory   at  c length   crowned   the   provincial  campaign of agitation   and  edu-'  cation.     While he was speaking  Finance Minister Cot Ion   swung  lazily in his chair, and carelessly observed (sotto voice) that ho  failed to see wherein this  effected the question before Ihe House  and that it 'was  not  difficult   to  comprehend how Manitobans regarded Mr. Martin's career  and  actions in view of the manner of  that, gentleman's departure from  that scene.  Such an opening was'  apparently just'what Mr. Martin  had longed for in order that   he  inighibring his heaviest artillery  lo bear   upon   his  ex-colleague,  for inducing' him   to   repeat   his  remark  (the   purport  of   which  only he had at lirst caught).    He  \ accused the Finance Minister of  using   cowardly   tactics   in   the  debate, and induced Mr. (JlilTord  his right band neighbor  lo   propose a, verbal amendment,   based  his retort upon this motion.    IK-  depreciated personalities in politics,     lie declared   thai   he   had  never descended   lotli.il method  of warfare   voluntarily,   bul   as;  .sorted lhat now ho had   been   at   j  lacked he proposed   lo   reply   ini  kind and show   no   mercy.      Ilej  lel'l Manitoba under no cloud   oJ'j  dishonor.     He had frequently re-.  visited the province   -hire   com-'  ing to British Columbia'ih; 1H97..  He still had' large property  in  Aerests there.    Ho was at .liberty  to go.or come  in   that  province  "as freely as in British. Columbia.  He"never, had resource to locking  ���   '���" . ���   ... . ��� '"  his clamoring creditors ma room  while, he esoai'od I'i'io'ih them, 'on  a, freight train between twosiitis.  .Ho could,' go back to 'Manitoba!  when lib chose a ml without' fear  of arrest, he had never, been  he.ha.d .never been  de.iied   tlie  Minister  his i when' completed.  The mining industry of Fort  .Steele alfords a striking illus-,'  tration oft he, forced adoption .of '  mining to circumstances,"and its |  activity in the past year, and!  the present situation, in the face L  of adverse market conditions,, is  'a proof oi'the point.that 'we do-  sire to make. viz. -'That mining  as a legitimate business will be  capable of greater profits in tlrs  district, than any section or legion on the face of the earth.  ���+      -X      -.t       ' I  I 1 I 1  Wo'hope,   and ,our  hope-, a;.A  based  on' the   logic   of  cireum  stances,   that   British   Columbia  and   especially   the   Fort Steele-  district, may be eventuallv transformed   from   an   ore 'shipping  district, ,vto   a    smeller   canter.  And when avo try to consider'the '  mining resources of this disirict,  in   its  proper  relation as to be-j  coming a revenue  producer,   we j  cannot undertake to form an   e.s-1  i  i timate on what the production of,  the Fort Steele district would bt  lor the present year.  ES AND DEER SKINS  McMillan fur "& wool co.  EXPORTERS AND IMPORTERS.  200-212 First Ave. North, Minneapolis, Minn.     . #  QT*Write for Our Circular and See the Prices We Pay."^l  eld  #-  ^��  it  re��  '(."l^rirs^mcl  ''iiiict tea me  esaia  CA;e.-jn ttesj  ol cards.  and  M.e��all   Dealers  in Tobaccos,  'he Leading   Resort in town for a  W'e l\ 'ep a full  amon.ii   which   are  line of iinporled and .domestic ciii'ars  ������our  own   specials" and Ihe Jamons  Tlie Wm. Hamilton      ���  ., �� Maniifaottimig Go.  ������('��'oneraI Arlhur Cigars."  Our Chewing and Smoking Tobacco is Always Fresh  of   the  l-fave von tried  e you tried "'Piper liiedsick" rho^hiy. ihe pj-i.  j Yankee's or "Wills Navy Cut" the best smoke in"B. (J.<  I  JVe Carry a Complete Line of Pipes including  "    BB B'and E A M.  Peterborough,      Ontar  10,  Canada.  Mail a copy of Tin-: Pwosi'ico"  TOit lo your friends and let (hem  know all about''the  mineral   resources of the district.  A DIAMOND FOR A DOLLAR/  Old Age.  A   Limited   Special   Offer Which',  Will Last for Ten Days Only.     :  OKXUl.VIC IJ.VnkIOS UIA.MOXDS have il I  worldwide ivpmutioii.    It. Is almost im-|  possible io disiiiiwuisli them Iron* nen-'  nine diuniDiid.s costiiiji hundreds ol dol-'  liirs e;u;li.      They tiro worn liy Llli- li.'st .  people.    A\'o will foi-wiird 'a  (hcNris"]-; j  liAKKlo.s OlAMOXii iiiiMiiiiuTrirnriuw-y i  riiiL;-. ])in. or stud lo any  address  upon '  the   recoi'iit   ol'   price,  -f I.(II) each.  ICai--'  rinjls.   screws,   up  drops,   >^   pui- pair. |  liitiu;- Miltiiuis  are made ol one comin-1  nous ])ieco ol i.liick.   shelled   <jold.   and '  uarranled not lo lai-nish.   Special com  liinal.ion oll'or I'or'ten  days only:   Kiiil;  and stud sent to any  address   upon   receipt,  of  >I..*i0.     In   oi'deriiiL; piny yive  linnei' liiearfUPemeiil liy usinj; a piece ol  sti'iny--als() I'ull  part ici] laps.    Addi-ess  plainly.   .  ���nil-: ii.vmnos iha.moxh co..  ll'si-IIS."!  l!poadu'a\.  1      .Vca   N'ork.  Red Hot From the Grim  Was Ihe hull that Mil (.'. I!.'Stead-  iii.in ol' Xew.ipk. Mich., in ihe Civil  Wiip. It caris.-d hoi'pihle fleers iliai  no I peat men! helped fop J(l \eaps.  Thru I'.Ueklen's Ai'ilicn S,il\e cuped  llilll. ( 'llPe.s ( 'ills, .lipiil'ses. 11(11 lis. Iloil.s  l-'eloils. ( urns. Skill. Kruptioiis. liesl  I 'ile i-\wo on earth.     ('upe Linapaiiteed.  Sold   !,\   ,\.   \V.   Uleasdell.  Dl'll^isl.  In the natural world  "old age" often stands  for decrepitude ; in the  business world, with 'us  at any rate, it stands for  reputation and ripe experience.   '    '  Established in '1854,,our  house has grown steadily  until to-day it is recognized.  as the first jewelry' business  in Canada.  Have   you   ever  tried'  ' purchasing   Diamonds;  Watches, Jewelry or Silverware from us by mail  ���"if not, why not?,"  Send for our Illustrated  Catalogue, it will show you  the very best that Canada  can pi oduce.  We prepay carriage charges  and cheerfully refund money  in'full if you are not*perfectly satisfied'.  ?hT:-.g. Armstrong  i-oirr St!:i.:u-:, Li. (.'.  MANUFAC  Ml ���; '-, nn  OF  Our Billiard and Pool Parlor Is, strictly  Look us over and sec what'we can do Tor vmi.  fort n."nd pleasure is our ai'm.  nv  to date.  Your" com-  Ryrie Bros.,  I 18, t20,  122, 124 Yonge Street,  ' TORONTO.  "inwar.". Galvanized Iron, Sheet  I,        Iron.   Stove, Pipes   a'nd  i -*     '.  ��� Copporwaiv  i  . BUILDINGS HEATED itn.l VENTILATED  .Plumbing.  Pipe   titling   and"  kinds o! sanitary work*'  flir Tight���Hot Blast Stoves  Hydraulic    and   Ah  Mines  Fort Steele, B. C.  . i  McBride Bros.  i pes  SIJl-:<;iAL   ATTENTION   I'.tll)  .Kill   WORK.  THE  LAh'ClvST STOCK' Ul-1  IIAIyDWARK in Rast  Kootonay.  ATI.MG  ������md  OOK STOVES  We  I*Wf!EELS,j  Too!  v^  ll" YOIJ  WANT -\ OOOU ML\L  Go to Hie  r\��0NTE  pad; p.  Ufllll-Vl  RESTAURANT  i  ca.piaseo  /mil. ���   Hf  in  of  The D. c& L,      I  EMULSION !  The D. ,<&(A.   H/rlULSiON       ^  Is the brsuitul most paliitnhlf .jirep.-.rjUor. t.f (  Cod I.ivui'Oil.agrcdinK.wiilitlic mosid.'lic.no  StOIIIilcIlS.        L.  TUe D. & L.   EAiULSION  ,1s j.....fcribcil by (he. luajlng ��jliysician3 all  \    C;:n:.d:i.    ....  I       The D. & L. EAIULSION  \ Is a m.irvfillons f!::r.li producer and will, ^iv.; r  .*, you jii apVeilla. 50c. & $1 per Bottle. i  /���';;,! Mirr: veil i t;ct I   .DAVIS   ft   r..'HVlSI-:\rT."     i  :    :hr!i'.;;iii!iiie     | ..    .CO.,. I.imiti-i!, ;.I,j-..uv .il %  READ.  THE PROSPECTOR.  (>n liiverside A voiiik  William Robinson. Proprietor  Ml". \l.-    AT    .\\.\.    IIOI'US  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  The Eldredge  ��H5SO.OO  The Belvidere  Trade Marks  Designs  Jopyfiights &c:  Atiwmo .-<MHl|n^ n ..!;..n-li /.ml tk.f.o,rit'lir.ii nmy  (|ill.-klv...|M<'..r|.Mii ...iir .'.|.im..n rrci- avIm.I !i.T nn  in vnl i.iil Is |Mvili;ilily v;il..nl;il.l... I'oim.itutlf'i.  (1..MH Ml ricl ly.'OMlMi'iHiul. IIj.!illl,..K.k ui; I'.-ili'nt.M  aonl. Ir.;...... Oldest,li^rn...* !'.)!' sev'tiriliu imt'Mtir.  I'.iiolllli l.'ili.Mi llii'.ilijrli Menu, y- c.i. iim'i.'Ivo  !,���/..'(���'��/ii..Uc.'/ivifh..ny i.-li:ii'^i.., In'.'In'.  v Superior to all others irrespective  f       of price.    Catalogue tells yoii  . ..why.',. Write for one.  NATIONAL SEWING MACHINE CO.,  339 BROADWAY,,'  New York.    .  f Heavu'  Hardware  use, ;md Caps  ill-ill Sl.'.'l  mi  ���Ai   i  ���i  fll.fi   "  Hull Hearings in ,i �����_����� \n>r ^r.i-  Cllille. The Ve.iki.-t W(>'ir.-i cm  run the ELDREDGE 3. v.Ah. nt  li.ii-m t.j ]|..-i-i-U", oi c\'-". ���.���t.tii'y  tiicd. Ji's just fun jn, ,i Ulii  woman to nn; il. jttis i.'.i'.hs,;  li.is :sL-ir-t!iri-^..1.i:i!''s!n..;i.l- ; .mio-  Jllatic iji.bbin -\\ n.ilei , ...si.:,\ K-  ���ftet of .'(tt.iohiiu-r.ti. A p/ilAot  lli.icliiue at a low price. War.  ranted for five years. Xo'i'nher  ..'IS good at ;in'ywhere tti: :'. '.re'  J)ri(.'e. Insist ou'li.'uiii;; ^id>��dge  B.. Thi're -is an . A.gJnt .lor kin  your town.  Factory,  jilBLVIDEKU. ILL.  p .^..���.,.   ���,..,..  ��� '���'"'���      'M'*  . '" ���A**'0*lw  CUT Oi-' VAVXV O^ STAND OF TIIK a-K. wr"'!a w'"' ^ ;r:''>;"'isv<>"'se^n'iiMii.  .������     liWMUJpGU 11. ���'��*l^ouriiu.cliiuc��1K:r��!ayjI,llt:I'M���..  National StwiNft machine Co.  NEW  YORK,  AND.CKiCiO.O. .  Tin- s.-.s.;i.l l:iij  vim: y,..:-'r.inr, r-  l'.e.MlA  KI^T  'AgGiTit.'.   Fort Steele; ll  wsssssa  aXBSQ  ri*BSi  ��u rRiIE PROSPECTOR. KpRT STEEDE. Ih C.;, FEBRUARY 1:  on.  ��KiKiicmn��MUa��M  ^aasafs^^ust^Mnj^r^K.a^r^tKia3^^^*J��>a^  :��h^^  ��� ; .>!..������������   "a vision is'made, tor  1'a ���i.utrodno-i  ri S !|*"'i'\ri.*'ll!*j'*i"<',il'*"   'A..  0^  *. '.'^aw^U*    | i ton    oi   automatic    voiinn"     ina-A  ft  SfeelW  ^A/rmtblYT^ th<;;  1 '    ._....���..,' .' ; lAsiiAni, nlii cash, register. ��� ���;.  Monster,' 'petitions- have;, dieim j  .reeeivod" from .miners   in   uiiiiiy j  parts oi' A he, Proyijico diiriiig the '  yVeelc,    pray dig���''ihut  'the,eight-  hour lawv-bo maintained.', ;There*'  ���was Ante from Rossdahd to \vh icl,i  ."-til'Sig'natures wer(A;att,acht!d.   A  big one rroiji Silverton, one from"  Nelson! oiVefroinFoi;.ni,e. another  :' ' , Th,'t; Pfov.iiicj.fil House: .'  ��� The   important   legislation ; of'  tlie \veek just' oonduded   in,,the  House is,larii'ely cimtained'.inthe  Coal Minos' Regulation Act,.  It  litis been the theme of many long  ,:T.vj;udeel'.speeclies oiia ei.llio.i1 ;'side  ... oflhe'flo^iseAandA^idsAiriAlo ah'  ]0\v tlie expenditure of much  'Avinif yet .I'H-'foife. it is passed.  ' Section th ree, which, ap] dies .the  "educational test.; did, .not 'meet  /-with" favor. .and; thofaf lier.of the  bill;��� J;Joii. >1 r. MbiCcchnie.promises  an. amendment1 which  Avill"  .''.���,.'...,.'',;;' '. ; .-, ''./',.'''"���        '���'',' i  ,/ '     'A       '' ���*'  ��� '���-'''���" '.���.������"';"..',."; "'   ' ,'"���'��� '"'.���'���'������   ������'. ������_:-.;������������.������    A. ���'.,,A,"'''���..': .A., w .'"'./'''������... . .'".������;  MANUPACTUJ? ERS     aijd" .  BREWEIiS :' OP   .EXTRA    PINE  .-IT- Vj-  General 'IM&v'cHeirit -AHD ���.  ���; /-.'Liquor Dealer;  XZSL '  '! \f  from  .'Movie,'; 'and,, from . other  ,',:��� '    ���' 'lfi.    '������,' y    -"��.''������'.     Av. ;��� ,       ���"���  ,-   '  lyoolonay,, points,  . ,��,, ;     ...  y. Mr: ��� Prentice;-pi Easl.; LUlooet  sliO\ys;hiin'se.lf in . Estrange, J igltf  of late,".'������ He came c>ii't;.ht opposiy  lion to,: file; Govern me lit/1 on, the  .13  PORTER  A be;  'introd need"  fit '''������^bii.Wi'i'it.i.t'tC (ptestioirQf/ad.imirnii.igAin TlniVs-  .^li^jn. bn^^^  .'. mining, inspector "mn;y ;.periuu '. il.-rj,,*-'..'   voting .against, ..the/proposal j:  ;���--. ;;���>";'"/"   '    .V-.,.;:':    ;'.. ...y.    ������������ ^ . ....... ....'��� A. .'-���.; a'.A';; -'  ' lip;ra'te iiiiiiers'iu' vv-or-K; fora eer- j'.i>,dt..iqr^^ ',',:'   a."\;a...;    ", ;','.''.. yA'A'yA'".'.; :;'\V.".'. .������ -.'���','; ,' 'a A   .-AAA. '; .!. Aa a."' A; A  iaim time,   on ���. being A.onyinccdj evening,. Session: ..;'\V,itiir',hi..s"''.6p*'j '"'������'a" :.";������'��� ��� ���;���',.; ;';'.:,;,vA, .; .!������;:���; ;���.;������'��� ': '.''.;;',:;,'���'.. -;::;y;::'":A;x,'.'   ���;���'. ';.'���..''.''  '.-. fhatih^y ; iinj,iersTvuid the rt.ih.'s.j 1'osition, W^r tiuj,;ai��ence';'.fr(Au [ v.y: ;-y. Bpt'tled ' beer .for" I'ju'ni-Jy iise h��specialty;   ''H  :.\];.apd;:.dai)gi.Hv..alti,\oug}'i- 'ui'ial��i(A .to; th'is"phu^  ^':,.;���; Maiiuf"ictu)(5U" of ill 1 Kinds cif Lumbei".; ,;' ��� A' large assbrt-r   ^  Z~ ;'��� .���'������   '.a,., iiien 1, of seasoned dumber u.n'd bhingles always/t A,   ^;  S^v- ';       .'';V';;'';r.A' ^,J ''"'''-.'on'hiincl."'";'-;'  g A ' '.'-i.-piM ICNSION "-'LUMBElf '']%'.  SPECIALTY. ,. ': ���"':,;��� =3.'  .rbadAheinA yOtiAAvhole' year; js'^rnnmut.ui^mbe!^                            j;. ;.;V;.   ������  ;;'''.," ������ .KX V,'AA';A': " .:'A A''-��, a.;,", -,,,'A';  ti'Uowed to all in   which   to- liass : (?'i'in'iien"t. "pushed^ thisAiiteiitioii'of A ..A ',."   A' '.>.',   ,"   A '���'',-   'X  .'. . a        ���";..���: ...A '  vheye1lucational;,"eqi;ireineiit   a  \ "Some. iiiiiusemoiit-'Viis;',,^^ 5:/:--:"':'a^'A:.?:.;'1':':';.;A^:;'^  diiriiVgA'hi^diseiissibii by Ctipia^^ '������ X-- a^/va'A';.,,'1 '','.y';.A.'.���..:���'��� !,Aa'  :AM!^^il^i':>^:^l��^3��^^^  :;; Preside ijt; UfUiACtiuiyciKfo; f'aui'/journA-M no;;;  :;;Al*U"ugersYui^ '-K'-fiX ���'.���''��� v"-.'r'. '';���;, ;A-a.-./.:.A'Vj.vy-'i-v.AV-'-^.'';'-,^  OMPT ATl'l^NTJO^  ���.:v;:'v>.,A^vA^'-J;'~^,AfA:  i,:JA;  ':'1'"A  ?W-.  ���A^[  J V;t3 ���'���>"'���'( ���'  mmxM'  :p.yp.-. ���.���;���.��� ���: K  '':'���.'���..���:'���'' -,;.'������ ���i,ii'��c;'jii,.s.t'As uid'Aiie .��� rufer  'if1 ..Uid'Aoiijf for :t AalAnetAjKisitjoiL"; ;xiid ;��� ;  ' yA;A,AATt;aitSVkftl.ij.U^  y;; .'Ay/ /'doiii.oi"'i,I,?ia;\xnv\wr*.'; ". Rike- 'tlu.A sohieil.:i.i'i.!g^ ��� ���is-.''.:.iliij'ie,/'riii.:>.r';; Jiiilk.; ;.  -/'A,;;';A;,,. JiiSslbf'lli'e;spA&;hleSf.'o,f;i;!:,e mo;,n.A,J:'Qtrii>y:S^  ':A;;AA-'tfve';only;'pf;^  J-A^AtyAtHMiymA^t!;^  yy :A;'"'r-1^Ah'-'ll';A^A%  ;.A"f':A':'.hi6vedAjh^ yCoiuitibJiv ^K'meVlckii;^ iX';  yXX;'" A^^^'^'y-1^  ':AA.'"AAHoirie;,G^  ���X. 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Hi at; iiiiyvright ^a'cciui red ;Ayy\  - -^-��v"^."-"J-? ���" -"'hA-^'Xy'"*^-'V);a"cc*"^"#=i ^":V- #I".'-'.^.^^-!_J" *':��� v*l'. 1T>-^XVV^.i:?V^Ti-:i^ ts'-"'.^j,->e^i'��'i't>ii'iaj,\sf\-"�����'i'i s.'ii'v e: ���-".-.fejee:tivl'cvi^>i**e'-I:  ; y^'ii ^f'��>;���*;!':^  SA-'A';i;A'������^1^  A.;iA;'7yi;'rAO^  ;.;/ j,t)Mqio^vyjlia t;; Gydm  claims',by tlie. Holders, AtRhpugh  aliens:- ��� A. reference t.b theymiip  1 itiU������'.' 1 :iAyS!;Avill;y:showy,lyhat:;:; their  ;$Ic1^;a:&|  '���:I?'Orta:'-'  .0  , ��� ' ;' '���'        ,'.'-. -..'.  ^'���'���-i'pW'A'A  . -X-ifiX'Mf.yy^S^ , A   "������  -u^a^^a!;^,:^  '";"A.;;y";";;;;.,;���::'^fi/is^aSEs^asE^sHSsr;'���:"���������;''; '-.v.yAy';;'A; ;A.';.;.;,;;;".;.;';  eele,-'?''::^i;r:;;;;i;-;A;-.''- ^;,'A'!''v'A"',,;Roo.teiiaY  . :���. ;;.,;.. -.:'; v. ?:XifJr^Xryyy  -X: ��rX':X3��\'XX::fi.:^a;a.;;':a;A-^  /'First :;Class:,;.Bn^  ; A;;; q.uar te fs;' ^lopx;;, .Mi n ing ���;;''; 'v|len;.'/;:" a ;,��Gpmmodious a. a/;:  yA'i A:y:-A;;.S a.ni p 1'e^f :K66 m  A ;: ,y.A' -'A"'-Ay'^  .���;;;'.!;..:.���������'���'"'V>:;:X:'XX" ;>Sl\.Holfie',;:Gdmforts",.;/"';';;.���'.,'',::.XX- :���'������'.'..'.; ���:';;. :a  So]e:7^^eritSAf6r:thei  COMPANY  :M.(I  .?;iT(;'(.)persA,;rndv. lie 'hasA.iib Aloiilit;'  ���- ;.yhiit Per'iiie"��������� \\',iH' '.soikI'::���:��� fweiit;y:  ���y ;iiiore.; if .t.hey^\ye'rb;tmeded.y'Tlie;  _AC'k,)lpilel   cli.d.   ho|.:   iiien1;ibfro'y\diaf.  '������:\?t>\XH}eoje a\ybuId . flo.y( ,Pi'pb-v  "A At'bly'-;;;, this".:AV;isa due-; to A. tli<>  ��� :'UuXyt';}��� V|!;;��;     ... ;por]';,,'v.'���.' ySteeJc.  ���������;,.yvas'xdipse11.'as.onAAif tlie;reoynil-;  jii'giSfa I ions . for, the . Strathcona  1   (-.(-ii.'itiim'i'iil' aiii'l'.Cra.iil.')i'0(.)l\. must  A;(\viilya\'iUy>be beld. in view. ;;A'':  ���', ^ To.  return   to   the v-iiieasurps  whicli^yliave niefcii. A before  . the  ' y .''Ho iise  d ii ring':; 1 iie, .:��� past , yveefe  ���\vjlbie tehpr is.;thapnp'right :is^  acfpiiredAintij a;claim is rdeprd-  Wl'>,A>:' ,:-;,'';A:,;,;A/.:.aa,C!;a;a..';   a;-'  Tlie.G/pveriimeiiiarc, still con '���  s itle riA g tli e,axl yi sab i 1 i t.y' c>f b riu g----  i'ng'iu.to force; the  Torreivs" sys-  tem' pfs'laiid,;,i"C'gistratioii:  "'....,���'   ���������;���.:y  ';'". .The   following  telegi-a.in   was  ���filed' hy Victoria' Feb, ytliAat Al: 1:  ;i0]i; /lfi..yand  i-eceived' ,at   this  office omSaturday(Peb:n (ith,   a;t  ..The'  bill. toAaiifeud   tlie,; Ritpior' li. p;'.mA: '     ....     ;.fi"?- y ,,, "'��� ''...���''.'.���  ."EiwVnse Act'is   now,; in  its  filial j:" A'TriWPKOSP^crrOK is'iiiost,der  r stages, jinil tlie. (l.'iu'iio...'Layysy iire,| sirousyof������:f uriiish.ing jits  readers  'being  aruiyitded. J ,(The, changes'\ with, the latest lieWs;  but. decicl-  '���:  it'roA ;s()itievvli:it:Vjjeculh'ir:.  ^firsAJ edly objectA.to iiaying  for/jfel'o-  ''beiiA'ei1 are t< i%'oi two Aearsyof, a j iiramsr that;: areV-'recelVed; .ten.  '���'.c.ro'se' season lii Ayliicli to recupei'-1.hours   after   gomg   to.' pres^s; ���  ate tlie rai-e. aiid iio nuile elk   is i'En^'AA    -a   , y ' .   '.>'  ; to   bo  shot   heri.ia'iter,'unless   it! ' ���'Viot'oria! Feb. ��� ?''.i.'i���il";:-iO���The,  '; possesses i^veIvjypoints.ANptiling : lPujr'expected  passage  aP.arms  is said 'ab'o.ut' aiiAono holding 'the; ]jet wei-ui .Toe Martin and' Kinauce  (.l.kniiiii the .liuhiAr  counts  ihe ; Minister''Coffon occurred, in   the  '"poiui..s.;   'Anyone haA-iitg  an   elk kHousgsHhis' afternoon.  , It,  was  iniheir |jossession  that' lias   litjUy tlie most sensational attack ever  the twelve pojidsAs to��bo;���:prose- .'made on a .uiinisteiviii the IJritish  ;   ciifeiL    .floeAiioose. (ilk., t/v Cari- ��� Colmnbia political, annals.''    ,. boil...arc   not <io   be   shot, .from "''.'Miv.-Miii'tin accused Mr: Cotton  March. !."��� to July 1.".   .;',,'     V. . a with''defrauding   his  creditors,  The freak   biii   irn rodiKied '.'liy ; and with.'fiyiug on a freight train  Mr.  Kellie. viz.. to provide .that ; froiit,   Colorado. '    He   said ,Mr.  '   no rpefson eiuplciyed ill ; 'metal I if.-.; CAiftbirwas afraid to go back   as  ���('���ri'uis 'Iniiies shall have hair over'-he, is; charged with liavihg  coin-  six inches/in length on iiis scalp, , initlpd gross crimes. and: nn'sde-  has passed its first'.re.-iding.;'.' Iha '. meanors.   '.OitMr;. Cotton.giving  ... if, report is tr.ue.ii   i.-  to   In.' Vie: ; liiiii the: lie.he 'gave notice  ofya  dared out of order.on next coniA'motion for the appointment��� ol.   a.  'higv before   the   House,  on    the! coininission   lo' iii(|uire   into  the  'sr-t'o'imd that   il-  involves, unwar-   gross, persoiial mi.sc(.inducl of the  rantaliie' imeriA'rei.ice   wilh   per-: Finance.'.VI inistor.' ; "   .  ;,;  sonal libert.V of ."tclion.       ��� ��� '   , ". ,.   A   '.' . ,A  :'"..,.,, ��� < 'iiiitnilii- ������ I l.-'.v:ii'.'  (il .siilistilnli's   lei'  Of course the Aid, was  design-". j ��:.;���_ ici Il.*.-i-. - TIh-.-.-'i^ot.l.i.i- "jus. as  ed to. oil's!    till'   .(.'hil)ama.li    from   ,J,'1,���i;-,    | A|.-��( iialle*!;,. Tor  <-.ul.s.. siju-iiins  ihe    i ni nes;'   and     was    directed ' ;I nA bi'iiis.-s:    l.nt.ei-iiiill.v tm- ";i 11   how <-i  ���i-a"u.inst the hair, as tin- Celestial' AJis���nl.-i>A Avoid sol.si it lii.cH. itHa-ci^  'Uvili not   cut,   oil'   Ids   ,,���..��.��;.        "''"''���  lAin-Kill,,'. I'.-n-y Havi  '  It  was so dire('t(.'d ' to   get around  disallowance. , '  1 n I he biii to amend t he Municipal Election Act. which is now  listed .for.a second   reading,   pro-  : and ..Ue  .        READ. j  THE PROSPECTOR.  Thi & StbeKi s'; g iiaf"itii teect' tp. ;l>e''equal ;^o|^essbp��� s!;;; of : I^if th s^iir all  .SOBE-A GENTS-  ^;]H6S  ialit  Mining Supplies a  COMPANY;  Sode'a Agents  W  E  '���Ev  ,:S  :A-  a^  ma  %  ts  '���-���!��'''���'-'  XX-. i'.;;;;A:;;,'yAAA��;''A;A:;,,A ^ry^^^^^-y^XXXyXXXyyyXXXm  if;a;; .^An^Jiii'fo^matioii.^^  g;; ;;,p:fcjier\\fise,;;;��,:oit  I 'VJ n#y:AM^i^vi^i-^:St<>cIv:s^ .-l^^a I ;A-'festa.te;;V;an;cl"' Hii^i'-:;;;^;:;\-  i'lies^  ttJV i,.y   '  '.*-J ���" *J " ���   '  ���  y,   "   ,   . ��� ,.'..������    I,/ ��� ,���-,..,..        i1- r,. . ',     fTm -���'  I'A'jxoptcnar^^l^^^A'^R  iV; ������ - ���  ;��   '���; y -(.;   .    .     "<-���'     -. ���"   - -    " ; '     "  ; ".'is!:'  iy~.X^~JXLxXy  '�����' XX" "-.A(A.'���'.'1' '���'...���"  '���.Afl  ���"'������ M  4  tfth ������������--' ���Comm  S^^��iSi��KI^S'S^Si����iS5^;^^^ .;";  ;-;."���' ;   THiAii-aifviivPit'syJiiAi^ANiAbKA'r yiMii^; 'siibu'r^'sT"~iA.;'X.   ' :  X  ���-     .���:.;'���'���' ,   a'-'-" y ' '   . TKAXSCON'riXKNT-y1'' 'Jf-b-rK.   Ar      -, :,.-y -'..,;���...'-.- -;":',;  It i.S:th6 most;.' modern  in 'equipment: it is tho--li.ojiyi.estc ruilecl  lino; .  it. lin's a i'Ocii?-bulliist. roiKliied: it ci'ds'ses' yio.saiul (lesertsAit ,\ysis   built; -  .withoiitfii-: .liiiul "raiil;. or g'over.iiment jii'd:, it. is' noted.l'or courtesy ,of its  ��� employes: it is the only line.sArviii^ lAeals (in the u la'ciii't'e pliVn.J,,'-'     A  .'"'"   '"-. THRCVIIGH T.HK G RANUICS'I^SC'IOXKR V 'i'.Nii'A.\Hi:i.'ii'CA'"    "    ".  '., ;A, .... ;     -''A,'.. '���'���,-  i,,.V"-r)A.yi'.u;:,i;iT.. ;���;.;. "���   -;,.\ ������ ���-.  'a   ,; a  .For l.'Ofr.rSTKKbK and the I0AST IvOiyi'lOXAy M I NKSAWeeldy   '  ..-.'   Staji'e' I'roni  lvalisp(;ll;    .Steainlii.ial. eouiniiiul.'at.toiisrroni .leiiniiigs,.  'iluriiijK Snminer.    (Jiiicl<est ii'iiil, lies;.. I'oiil.e: to 1;tlivpiii'ts of. thi1  Un.iteil ���'  A. states,   Kastern ("ainuhi and   l-Ulriipe..-  'Por,maps; tieU-els,and ii(|inplol'e( itiforinnt.i.in call oi- address   "'  , ,    .' ...'���'..      A-      nearest n^ont" t'i'r ''-,-���    -    :  GAADIXOKAtenera!  A-enl, '    IAIVWII ITXKV. G.  I'. and  T.A  ',���" .-Spokane    Wash.    -,..  - ���.     '        y ;   ... <SI, I'anl, Minn., ��� ,:  "MUNSON NO. 2."  -.o:ou��?;aw.����,y.i����-  ���o�� .��;e��'o'��.��'��'��'*��;..''  '&>  The  Best; Writing  Machine  ���  Tin-: 'oni'jY '   .  INTERCrSANGEABLE  STEEL TYPEWHEEL  hlk'-fjiint.ly   llliisl.niuid   ('iilalo^'iie  ''' '"'���' '    ;,Ki'ee."       .     '  ' 'A  ': 'it  ��F1EER vjREEK, ;B-,,(3.       ' K, J.. HIGBYE; Proprietor.  '..   A    :���   First-class 'Accommodation foi'1 ���Travellers'."1: ���  '  '; ,',a. ';.. '       .".''.Jivcrything'.; New" '���'/���' :.  ,  The  Winderinere  Stag'e  Stojis   Both   G'Ping and  Coming.  r-;il  fort) Steele *  Meat Company  * FRESH   and. SALT "MEATS  ALWAYS^  ������'��� '���        . .      'ON-HAND.'.'  RQBS0N& ROGERS, Prop's. /       ; '    '  If'resli Halibut,   Salmon,  Salmon Trout.   Bologna,  Sausage,  I hitler and Egys.    Fish and Ganiein Season. . ' J  Address Edgar A. Hill, Manufacturer, 94:96 WendellStreet. Chicago | Riverside Avenue,  Tort'Steele,.'ii. C. T"S>RpSPE(^^  Choice Resident and Business  Titles 0^  lots from $. I007to $250.  ai fs A ppIy to  ternis.  n^  -*d Q  C^Tg^  ��  'a    ?\-  9".  fv W"6*.  "*v  ��^��>'       M_  �� THE  IM..'.dJE< V. JR.   F<>UT SThK.L!..   P. < .   i EBiJr'K
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EXCHANGE on ail part.-, of the world bought and >old.
London Agents—The Bank of Scotland.
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port Steele § Crattbrook Branches
J. W. H. SMYTHE, Manager.
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HONG KONG DRAFTS SOLD.]    v..i.i.-«-f,,.',.,,,(1 ,„„„,,-...
On m> mm h «lf 'In iiK'ninc nf ,iih pn mhi ii-,
oxct'cd- (Hit ihiuw.inri (Mlliiis Hi** jollunitij:
rales 11.1111'Iv upMi s ins * \(vs* wlun thr
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SATURDAY. KEliUl/AKY   17,  UHH1.
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
TRANSVAAL   NEWS.
OllO ll.111 Ot dill' JU'I I'lMlt.'ill till' .i.m --I'll l.lllll' I
of iirrsoa.il jn (>i>( Hv. •
Upon siu'h r\ci *-"r i ""■ i v w'|. ■ " li -...mii>]
U mil inovt' limn irn ihi.usainl ili.U.ns, i n.' j
per ci'UL. ulirji s'u'h r\rrs.. U owi Irti ,
tlif.ii-.nul ilnllats pui -ml iiiiiii1 ll.i'ij
liii'iitv    tlu'.ii-mil   il.ilnu^     phi'    -iii.l  om'-I
London, Feb. II —I'I ::iu p.   ui.       '»•"■"• ot 0»M1?:!'«."».':  «»»•■"-»<■»•■«
Sp.Vl.ll toTllK I'KP-l'Kl.'I'...It
•.mil not iri.;    ili.m i«. mi Ui'.usiin.l il .linis [ >k£
i-jiif .nn'  ..up lilt It  .if om-   p r ii'iil.   Mlii'ii, ™_
^ui'li i'Xi' wisi.ni iiwiiiv lluni'.iimlilpll.ivs ; ■££
(.mo anil ilm'"-foil] Ui-pi ""< lK'i'i'i in | ^y
llll-Cl' 1HT i  'III    III!  Ill'    ssi |l Vlil'l'.   .l|lsllll| -j|£
lKUll ^^
If ihiid  nn  ui   li.-ipn-  Hi.-  'Will  il.i\   ul .Inn.'.
lOOii.
Throi'-lifUn nf iiiu'pui'ii nl. on  llie assi'ssuii
viilui' of rent .-suit*
Fori Steele, Cranbrook "*& Wardner
The Fort Stwlo Mercantile
( \>. will commence a clearance
sale of Hardware and Dry Goods
on Monday. All -j-oocU will bo
sold at actual <-o.st.
i^iii.'i  tw.'n'v  ;h...'s,fiul  ilpllais   pur a ul
--The war  office   received   the!     >™-*tt"'« ™'w\"'"'
lilVi'llU' T.is. -„ im ;«', i ipu.i
follow i u iT disptitch from (leueral'   om- poi run .mi:,   is. s^.ii liIiu-pi'nu- or
,.   , '      .,   ., ,        ,-.   ....     ,-,   .      . , ! r.iiiioni! hein-l'si. •.nli'.t.iiii'i'.s. li.n'ilili ii'imtorls..
Kobori.s.    Deikles Dritt, bob. 14 ;0ii tin- l.^uinvnf tiipmoiuii^ of M.iuh, .iuhp,
.„ ,        ,-,    ,,    '      ,     I S. ptOUll.i 1   lllnl  I'll.  .Mb- 1   (11 Pill-It  Vl'.H
■vlO  a.   m.'- General   Frfench'   , ■        .tt   n-,,i.-,,in-
left this point at 11 :D0 yesterday, i ,   .'.    w","i"' ' '"'/> Any.
moving with  three   briyade>   t)f ■   J'Wi ,s<.,b: /•'.'.. t-',l„v.i>:, 1.-.I, r.ioi:-
cavalry.     hor.se     artillery    anil <■-     • ->
'     .   ..     , -     ,    .. NOTICE. i
  '   ,        'liiouutod uiiantry, mchiriiii" sev . .
f    io    tlftiiiiiicii    ivitii l-iiishfcn1 .   , . ■ Btiss A. JVIcNeish \\ in 'riui.-iicl   litisi-,"
iiAh^!^ Iv'i U    rV^^^i)--1 -1—l eoutmgent.    in  or-  ,_ ^ n,_ M„:i,r  ,„ thi.  t , of
-everal month.-,, lti'r yes-terday | der t0 se?z0 'A crossing at Mortrter , FoI.r stc-iis -.md «ni i>c nlci-cii m n-j
foi" his i'onuer home iu Orange- j river,,about '27) miles distant. He iviw hi-iUt.-. frum <u<\- i.n ai n. Mc-j
ville   Out..    Duriiii; his atav, in Mvporus bv   dispatch   dated   7)-.:];->  -N"«m-Ii\ privnto rosidence..   Oiilei-s will.
l-'ort'.Stvele.   Mr.  McKeown   ha.sj^   m    .[m\ he   ff>J.lVll   u   passUf.e , Ih- priimpth atu-iulwl^ci. °,      i
made many frit'i^lA-vl-.o will   ^"'.u CHrt D,.;t"t ana  t.eeupie<l   hills   '        '
ir re* lu'.-s depurliii,e.
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•: north of  river,   eapturin-  three ' "TIlC ,   IKEllWsiulsee7 <    '^
Vow i> the rime u> m.-uiv.  Re- 'of the eueuiv's laasrers  with   all     A  fiuniiiar mum1 tor tin-  (,hiou»o. |    3^-'
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^ Blaclismith Goal
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^GROCERIES
*' BOOTS   ™d   SHOES
Griant   Powder
Fuse   and.  Caps
Jessop's   Steel
DRY   GOODS
GLASSWARE
Mrs. E J. Cunn left for the j west,'has seized it., and a second't'liiva^o. ••The only porfcut tr.uns in
cast on Wednesday la^t. Slie clrii> between that and Cliff drift, ' ^>-' world." rndoiMund: (.-omuutioiw
will b.* absent "ror  abtatt   three  te) uh       lwo       moreiu^ •,na,3u wiU'   "'!//  TraiwHitlnental
I     ° . , „ ,,.    iIAiiCc--.   ;u-svrina   to im-".-en»(if» tlie bost
laagers General    ' French s .crvk.t.  know'„.     Lu.m„.i0iw  c-ouclw-.
^ oel\s.
hardware sclHn" al cost at tlie
Fort Steele M.eroaiuile 'Com-
jianyA stole on iJiversido Ave,, Ty
George T. McGiogor of Moyie
Wiri in tcjwii on'Wednesday.
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uesday. ,  ,
The people of Ferine aave ihe
recruits ol thai "town" a' great
M'lld off.       ,
1 I)]- .). I'\ Ueddy of Spokane
' Avus a vi.-silor in 'tow n on Saturday and Sunday lu.«,t. Tim Doctor was- liere in coiineclion with
tin1 settlement of the Kimberley'
towusite dispute.
II is, loiiriied that Arch Leilch
,,|" Ci'iuibroolc. ha.s "■(inc ,lo Vic^
1,',,'iii to as-si.-t Col. liaUcr in the
niiitter ol' tho removal ol" ihe
Coveriinieiit buildinn".--.
Tniv. Pass. AKt. (ioneral AkchJ
SKA'l'Tr.K, WASH.     I'OK'n.A-S'l). 01s".
GEARY   &  DOYLE.
perforniaaee       was        brilliant |0loi-trk" li»htr.. stouin he.it. of, ;i vcviu-
coiisidenng    the   extreme   heat fcqii-iled-by no other lino,
and blindiiisr dust  Storms   which'!    Sue  Unit your ticket road.- via "Tho
f i   i     • "    -I «   i,«,„.„.,,.,   ,-sf   MihvUukoe" wlien sroiiiii   to any  point,
rag£d during the  latter part  or   . ,       x   .,   #.,„.„i..      mi
^ ^ ... , . in the Lnilud istnte.-.  or  t anada.     All
the day. This is the beginning of j ^^ llsr011t. ?cn xham.
. Lord Roberts' new camp. ;     for rate-,. liHmplilul-or  other  infor-
A. 1:5. Trite.-. ,aud   Harry   How-1     General Cronjie on hearing of, mat.km. addix---.
ard, prominent biisine-.-,  men   of I Lcu.d    Roberts    disposition   -on  .1. W. <"-'asi:y. <". .1. Kpirv
hVrnie. were   in'  town   on   \\ ed- \ Tl|y5day .u^   Wednesday.   m'ust
have had an interesting problem
lie had to consider  whether  to
hold on to  his  positions at   Jacobsdale, and Magersfdntein audi
seize Kimberley, or.to raise  the;
siege and move off. and if  so  in. ]
what ■ direction,     whether     lo
IMocnifontein      or      Northwest
across tho Vital.
Colonel' Plummor lia.-> silenced
the Boer   guns   in   a   fort   near
Gabcrense.  Lord Macdonald has
driven back the una my  at   Fust-
t'libur".
Livenj, Feed & Sale,'Stable..
Port. Steele  li.C
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Ilcp-ular   Daily   Stajre  inoet~ all
train--al fort. Steclo .lunction.
SAODLK it ]JM'K 1JORSF.8.
1i:\.MINO OI" Al.l. KIMlis A Si'hOIAl.TV
London, Feb. l'4. — Et is learned that '200 Boers were killed or
wounded during ^General Mac-
donald's reconnaisance. '
No word of Bulleroi '.Jouberts
whereabouts is forthcoming and
the entire Empire'is'waiting with
confidence Geireral Roberts tirst
tnove.
London. I'eh.   i:-!.--Lord   Roberts has  beeau  his  advance  on
Nip work ol clearing away the  K'bnberley. General       Wood
,.„ „s„r'tho  International   Hotel. will.        the        famous        Scots
is |,ro5,-rosA,n<: rapidly. j Greys.     occupied      Zoulhanese
  „ clvif I     on     the     Orange    river
Monday will be bargain day ar i    , • ,  0))enri up the   easier  road
•"" "■'"'i,*"l;.v'vsi'!u'-!:";:;... *m — »•««ir
in.w in the  Free   States.     ,,1K""
W'v ssiuceroly trust that Mr.
Leilch will have better success
in his private business than ho
I.-, likely 10 have in Victoria on
i he removal business
Alex. Watson has accepted a
position in the ollice of Ross iv
llorchi'noY.  barristers.
F. .1 McMahon of Moyie. was
in town on Wednesday.
Millions Given Away.
It i-s certainly p,ratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land
who are not atraid to be generous to
the need\ and siiflorine,. The proprietors of Dr. ICinsr's New Di-eovery for
Consumption, t'onp lis -and Colds, lntve
p-iven away over ion million trial bottle-of this great medicine: and have
the sati-faotion.of knowing it has absolutely cured thousands of hopeless
cases. Asthma. Hronuliiti-. Hoarseness and ull diseases of the Throat.
Chest and Luiip.s are surely cured by
it. Call on A. W. Uleasdcll. Druggist,
and get n free trial buttle. Kvery
bottle guaranteed, or price refunded.
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puny'
War and Busmi'Sb.
We already no'.iee An1 "Il'r! "f
war   upon   oin    bu-m'—-
■ |-"s Lr(A I'l'llllieUt   t<\
barian    I'.rown in-arlv ^--
S. S.  Combs   returned   to   the | wji'[ edible the British  to attack
citv on Sunday hist '.iMcohsdale in the   rear.     There
i has been hard   light'.nir   for   two
•' days near Colesb(U'g.   Tlie Boers
!>.,„!} are 111,'ikinir strenuous   efforts   to
,    „.      ,,',,. 'tl.mk the   Brilish.     The  enemy
|   ',lMr/M|.     v.     Iff )\    » • 1*11 I 1 ■ • * \\\      (»\\*'-»       t»lll .      . ,
k1"-' ' .onnonii   ..ecitpies   strong   positions   Irom
,.. ,   iioi.,1   i,",     Achtertang a   lew   miles   norlh-
Fj,M    ueek    !!,..«,    ^op,,!    ,„s rolesb|,rsr.   t,, ,,)llirh    Pot-
l's'»"-'--     ,f   lJ;ml   "Tl    '""   ,    ,'';t.mte..i.      Fighting   a.   the   out-
li»,w»ttl,,,ll,l,,,ll;K't(r;V^''««l-   '-   l'«'»   very   «o-
had u, experience   .1,-   -h<* k   «., , Jhs1 ^ ^
,u,,mi, |„  iron, our   subscr.p- ; ^^  n,tackw,
lion  list     Thus  tl,--   shaciow   of.      "n"".') .   .    .       ..
.  ,, ,,       ,.,,.      ilhe    position    occupied    by    the
,,'bn war tail   a-—   H.-   "" ^ ! li|.1,J1| 1()|,.(>s ()11 tll, ,s0u«h   east
111,1(1     «,r    ™ "::     ''iri'ee.-d^olPsberg.     Fighting cntinu-
l^ownsandoms-    Ne,   I Km .,   ^ ^ ^   ^ ^ ^ j(   ^
lv,'fl£r°' '       .cousidcr'-d    necessary    to    with-
Onr l<>.s.s.os
I'd raw t.o Ileiiesborg. ■
.! are tuit vet known.
-   notice:. '.-_'.I' ■
N.'iliciA'is Iw-rcby p-iv.-ir that    in   con   ,
's-.nicn f ,'tbe,'■resignation    of    M >". j  . '. ,-... [■   _ .
;:::;t:;r;;;A:;,:Arr,,::,,:;;:::! ^y-Jm^^'y^^
(ri, .ltl(|..!lrier Kebruiiry  ir,ih. l!i<xi: ili'usi'j Ca riboo' m uio  at   (amp   McKiii
i„.AUiiic-.thi"<>ngb'.the-ol,lice,.r   t,li"   Ko1'' ; nc\' is lo   1><"   <
loilbl<
The    ill-
|M!   ||HIM.,im'"^""" .  I    ' "    .*      ■'
Steele   I'lel'eioplnCnl .Syndicate,   ill'    IAll"t■ | (.,.,,.,^1     yyiH     MKlke     tllC     Cil]iacify
Steele. '• ' !fo,'tv   stamps.      There   is '-three
\   A. WAI.UNCKK. Manairci'. !.'    "■> ,.-■    . y
1     'ars ore in sight.
, (..nice in tlie'Carliii A Durick building-j years
St. John's Church of England.
Divine service will be held in
St. .lohn's church at J.'.'jO.
St rangers" welcome.
Sunday school ill :!:•!<• p. ni.
All the children invited.
I'KKSKYTKKIAN   CIII'KCII.
In future, and until further
notice, divine service will be
held on Sunday in llie Vresby-
lerian church al :! p. in., only
Sunday school at '2 p. in.
ALWAYS KCZP 0" 1I.1KC
? 3 '& 45
THEsn is no son;? t r»irj oh
1 A^HE.    IMT^aNAL    On    CXICRNAL,  <J
1 THAT   PfllW-KILLE.T WILL  HOT   RELIEVE. ,
LOOK OUT FOR IMITATIONS AND 3UB- '
' UTITUTES.      THE   GENUINE   BOTTLE
1 BEARS THE  NAME,
PERRY DAVIS <fc SON.
t
Empire Mining Go., Lit
SHARES 124 CENTS
Address
Secretary   Empire   Mining   Co.
KIMBERLEY3   B. C.
KIMPTON   &   PITTS
WINDERMERE & DONALD
General Merchants
Mining supplies a Speoiaitu
c
Minor's -rohii1 northward via Canoe River Route will lind il a lar.^e
saving and convenience to procure their supplies al, Donald.
i
SOLK ACKNTR l'or
Canton   Slccl Company
Windermere. Golden and Donald
0    Mining" Divisions.
Agents  at Windermere for the California Giant Powder Co.
B.   P.   COOK,     'highwarden   &l   son.
NORTH   STAR   LODGE
koj?i' >i:i;i.i   n.v
*    ■ KO. 30.
A.  F. AND A. M.       G.  R.  B. C.
KriMllnr    ill'-lilies    Isl   Tmsilnv   in. '-i,";l*
inontli .u i-l(flil o'cliK'lt      Visiiiii^' ni-rlln-rn :ir*
ninlliillv inviti'il
A   W, m.K.\siu:i.r„ S(ci-ci.iry,;
Tout S'I'KEI.b Ubvei.oi,mkm".Svni,u;atk I..T3
i:i« l.cuilcnhHll Slicrt. l.omloii. KiiKl.ind.
N. A. WALLINGER, FORT STEELE.
POST OPI-'ICK ItOX H.
THOMAS    M c V I T T IE
P.L.S.  c^,CB.
'     Port Steele B.C.
II. h. CUMMIXS.
p.l. s. ,,r- a. e.
Fort Steel*j B.C.
\\
W. «. Kdss. u. w. HKucinma.
ROSS & HERCIIMER.
Barristers     -   „ -—^Solicitors
.     „   NOTARIES PUBLIC
CONVEYANCERS. . •
Port  Steele,   JJ.   C
i    o I .
X.    EDE
LANDS and MINES,
NOTARY  PUBLIC  ■   '
CONVEYANCER
Fort Steele,     - B. Cl
Oet.  s,. McCartvr.
.1. A. H.u-voy
HARVEY & McCARTER
LtwrMi'ft:  Soli'sitor.-.. XXnlriric*  Public,
Conveyancer* cli:
FOKT  STKK1.K. B. C.      '
KKVKLSTOKK STATION'and GOLDBN'    r
COLLECTIONS      PROMPTLY     MADE.
Douglas  Cor sari
. A '
OFFICE —Kivcrsidc Avenue
Xe.ct Door to Bleusdell'* Drug Store.
o    ,      . i
e.'j. scovirl
MIXIN'O  BliOKi:U
XOTAK'Y PCULIC.
READ.
THE PROSPECTOR.
Livery; Feed .and   Sale  Stable.
Fort Steele... 0. C.
tkami'nc." of a i.n ic.ini>s soijoitku.
PIONEER   BARBER SHOP
Everything Strictly First Class.
' Next duor lo the I'rospector.
l.'uul Estate mni Oum-ral A^'eiit
«r        WINDERMERE,    B.,  C.   .   *
' t
CorfeitjtniulcHCf1. XoUvitnl.
G.   JOHNSON.
Assay    &     Metallurgist,
, (JKANBKOOK.   B.   C.
T. H. TAYLOR, C. E.
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
Sui'Mjys  ul   Minunil   uhiinis.  Itoiids,
Mintis. etc. . o
\VIM>lilJ.MHi:K   Ii. C
K'I
ROYAL  HOTEL
KIMBILUIj^Y,   15.  (
Tin-  I'Mni'-l   l,ii|iu>r- mni
<'iy.-irs nnil  Ui'sl l-'iirnislicil
I tlMMll.s   in   Town.
J.   1.   GATES,   Prop.
XMAS
IS    NEAR    AT    II AN U
Doni Delay
.To   got   your   Photo  taken
at, once to send to your friend.
X -, ' ; v"'  A ■•;
Tl UO-U       PHOTOGRAPHER
.     FORT STEELE a-^.

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