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Array ^^r  /  0  Tf  S1  & *  * it  % Devoted to the upbuilding f      /{  OF   FORT   STEELE.  ��  Sf    lu'depuudont   in   Politico.    ��.  * ' %  Voi. 6\  '-   - v   , .,    .   ���..   , .       ...... ^   ^*  tf "    "j  ���f the prr^npErTon com-  *  �� oTA'IIS ALL   PUBLIC NO- *  ';    T1CES AND GIVES THE %  *    LATiST TELEGRAPHIC I  |-    AND LOCAL NEWS. *  J^OJ^TSTBBT^B,  JB. C,  SiT^DA'y, MARCH lO, WOO.  New Advertisements To-aay.  Or   I''. T. Haudcn    . .  W. A. Murray i (k,   K. U. Miller   Port -Steele Mercantile Co..  Xotico���Harvey &. McCirlci.  Ualy & Hamilton...  Henry llou-.ird   lM��e :i  f;  The Old Abe.  Recent advices from   the  Old  Abe group of mines  are-to  the  effect .that as the work progress  es the mine improves.     At present there   is  some gray  copper  coming in which  will, run  high  in silver.    The owners���are much  .gratified at   the  result  of  their  work, and express  the  opinion,  that with  further  development. |  the property will prove to be one  of the best in East Kootenay. In  the process of development considerable ore of shipping  grade  has been extracted, and  later in  the season this product   will  be  sent to the smeller.  There  are  six  claims "in   the  group, the Old Abe,Black Prince,-  Blue'JayJ  Nancy' Hanks,   Para-  gut and Buller.    On   the  Nancy  Hanks there is a strong well defined lead, which, judging  from  surface indications, is even   better  than .on, the Old Abe,   the  work however has been confined  to the Old Abe, about 250 feet of  work having been accomplished  in  the  three "months  since  the  present "company   secured   control.  Spokane parties. The management is expected lo visit the  mine during the coining week.  "   JOHN   ',...  This   property   is   considered  one of the best  propositions  on  Tracy creek, and bids,.fair in the  near future  to   become a  great  mine.    Development  work  con-  sisls of a lifts- foot   tunnel,   and  an   incline shaft down  03   feel.  Work for this season was commenced   early in  January.     At  that time the incline shaft had a  depth of 57 feet!    Since  then  it  has been drove for 30 feet,   mak-  iug_a total depth of 93 feet.  SUNNS'SJOK.  Wednesday's ,War News.  Cape Town. March (5.���Nearly  the whole of the Dutch  population of the Prie.-ka and Kenardt  districts are in   open  rebellion.  Many of the Dutch   from   neighboring districts have joined them  notably Piet Wool man, who will  lead   the   rebels,    with    Luciau  Sleinkamp     commanding "   the  Bores who are marching on Carnarvon.    It is believed that, Gordon in   and   Victoria    West   will  rise.    The lotal number  of  men  in arm.-, will exceed 3,000.     Correspondents released   from   Ulo-  emfontein   say   that' the  Boers  are demoralized.    Lord Roberts  is waiting of the assembly  of  a  large Boer army   when  he   will  No lO.  LATEST   TELEGRAPHIC    NEWS.  and the -mounted infantry under  Colonel Ridley-Martin on the  right front. " ,--=----'  The veldt is now  in  beautiful ard has tne following from Pop  Special to Thk Piu>-,PK(-ii>it.  Loudon, March 8.-  ���The Stand-  condition, and water is plentiful,  supplies being obtained not, only  from the river but also from numerous clear springs.  The mobilization of a powerful Heel began yesterday evening, when at Torbay fifteen  battleships arrived.  Fresh intelligence as to what  Lord Roberts is doing has ceased  again.,, This 'silence is taken to  mean that something has happened  or  is  about   to   happen.  lar Grove dated March H:  The movements of the  mounted men were somewhat too rapid  for the supporting infantry, and  as a result the Boerposition was  turned   before   the   main   body  [could   strike   effectively       The  'Boers   fell   back   precipitately,  and extending to the south   east  checked the advance of the British cavalry with a heavy rifle fire  at 300 yards range.  Accordingly' General   French  moved southward and outflanked  "Our Testament'*, in memory of  the Canadians who died at Mod-  der river. The poem has ' been  published and rwM be sold at 25c  each for the benefit of the Canadian Patriotic Fund.  The Big- Chief.  Work on the Big Chief will be  resumed  in  a   short   time on   a  large scale,   and   the   propertv  will be fully developed. -  It"  The- Quantrell. ' n '  R'J O. Jennings' came down  from : the Quantrell mine near  Kimberley on Sunday last. Ho  reports that the work so far done  on theproperty is most satisfactory. .There is an excellent  quality of galena in the drift,  -and the opinion is expressed .that  there is a>large body'of ore. The  drift is in nearly forty fefit.  ���  W.   H.   Shira,   owner   of   ihe  Sunnyside, has run two  tunnels L'iT,..,     ���   ,r      ii  ., , ���   , deliver a crushing blow  on the property.     Both tunnels      T,���,rl,'   v;  '   i    r  ,     \ <,, * . -, ,. . Loudon.   March   (>  are in about 24 feet  with  a  fair  amount of ore.  SUXDAY' GROUP.  A large' amount of develop-'  ment work has been done on the  Sunday group of claims since the  first of January. The tunnel is  now in forty feet/ with a 'good  showing of ore. This group is  situated on Lewis creek, just  across' the divide from the John  L. claims, and is owned by  Adam's and Olsen. Work will  be continued all summer.  Boer   raiders   are   uncommonly    ,��TOtl s����t'ward and outfi  jictivft in the �����,.n,���,������������,.,..  _f   them again but the Boers r  The Empire Mine.  The Empire mine on Sand  creek is improving all of the  time, and it need occasion no  surprise if shipments should be  commenced in a short time.  There is a large amount of ore  now on the dump ready for ship  ment.  jl Tracy and Lewis Creeks.  , There is considerable, activity  in ,the mines' about Tracy and  Lewis creeks, and as the season'  advances" this  activity  will  in  St. Eugene'Compressor Starts  The St. Eugene air compressor  started up on Thursday and is  now doing the-work of the Lake  Shore compressor,. which has  been .shut down. Connections  are being'made with the workings at the St. Eugene mine, and  in a few days machines will be  used, there. The work of enlarging the concentrator  is  fav-  crease. A full force^of men will orably progressing. Manager  be employed on the John L. and Biesol says that wherever devel-  other claims in that vicinity. The opment is going on the showings  force at the Estella will probably  be increased.   'At the Minnie M.  and Tiger the owners  will  still  further develop the property.  There    will   also   be   a ' vast  ���   amount of  work   done   on" the  claims in   the  vicinity  of  Wasa  creek, and the belief  is  general  that the work will show the camp  to be one of  the   best   in   East  Kootenay.  KSTEU-A.  The Estella is one of the, best  known   properties  in   the   Port  Steele district.    The group con-'  sists  of seven  claims  and  was  v bonded late last fall by C. Hungerford   Pollen  on  behalf  of  an  HJnglish corporation.    The shaft  on the rCstellii is now down   fifty  feet, with six foot of good pro;  the shall will be continued 50 feet  farther, unless sinking  is  stopped on account' of  water.     The  above'-work'hasp been done ���'"since  the bonding of the  property  by  Mr. Pollen.      Previous development on the'Estella consisted  of  a,  cross-cut  tunnel -708  feet   in  length; a second tunnel is in one  hundred feet, with 18 iuches  of  to- solid.ore in a 44- foot ledge;  On the Shylock,' one .of the Estella group, there is a tunnel, in  135 feet, with six feet of ore, four  feet of which is solid.'  We learn that. Mr. Pollen is  well pleased with the appearance  of the property.  MONTANA.  , A' On the Montana the shaft is  ft?down 95 feet, with a, cross-cut 38  "feet. There is a good showing  ,., of .gray copper and pyrites: the  |f w0"l-tt, will be continued all 'sum-  are wonderfully good, aud especially can this be said of the  new workings on the Lake Shore,  Moyie and Queen claims.���Moyie  Leader. s  Accident to Tramway.  The North Star  tramway  has  met with an accident which  will  delay operations for some  days.  One of the largo pulleys  had   a  mix-up with one of the  buckets.  Another one has   been  sent for  and will be at the mine in a few  days when work'wil]   be  rcsum  ed.   As a consequence shipments  will be stopped until the repairs  are completed.  Build More Sidewalks.  Now that the sidewalk commi-  tee is in   force   it  is  announced  f hut the walk to the Govi-rnment I �� ^^nZ^S^Tby  the  oflicosw.il   be  wKlened,   and   a | Mocr, ,.,sl ui���.]lt  three-foot walk will be extended  Alarming  rumors are -again current in  financial circles here on the attitude of Europe, and a distinctly uneasy feeling prevails. A  more confident. feeling was induced by Hicks-Beach's speech  on the budget as the -' day ��� wore  on, as an analysis showed it to  contain a grave note of warning  of international complications.  London, March 7.���Lord Roberts still,pauses in the neighborhood of Asfontoin, while stores,  remounts ��� and fresh troops  stream towards' him from the  Cape.       t       . f  The British position  also  begins  to  improve "in   the   minor  spheres of the campaign..    The  Boersr- seemingly   are  pursuing  [the course commended by strategists, and are concentrating  to  resist the main British army.  ' Reports,come that,'the, enemy  are increasing continually in the  front, extending, as our- correspondent wires, eight miles',   and  as another says 18 miles.    ���  London, March 7.���Surgeon  Troves cables from Ladysmith  tliat the condition of the town is  most deplorable.. There are 800  cases of typhoid fever. Lavish  supplies of comfort arc now in  the place.  Colosberg, March G. ���The Brit-  ish advanced camp is now at Or-  logsport river, several miles beyond Achtertang.  Forty-two Canadians have been  killed or died from wounds or  disease in South Africa.  London, March 7.���The British papers have severely criticised the budget. The Times  call is trivial.  Dordrecht. March 5.���General  Brabant has secured a complete  victory, and the Boers are in full  retreat with their guns and wagons, and are being closely pursued.  Sforkstrom, March 5.���Evening���Gonoral Galacre entered  Stormberg unopposed today.  The Boers destroyed the railway approaches but the station  is intact.     Stroinberg was found  active in the northwesterly sec  tion of Cape Colony, where' they  are stirriug up the Dutch. Martial Jaw has consequently been  declared.  epeat-  The Dupont. 0  A small force iscat present engaged in developing the Dupont.  While but little can be learned  it is stated that it is looking remarkable well.  ed their attacks. " On Wednesday Lord Roberts' movements  thoroughly surprised the Boers,  who fled without firing a-shcll. '  Poplar Grove. March 8.���  President Kruger who at present  n��� ^ r      , ' I in        I,0ar' ^esterday u'ied river. just across the clivide jV6m  Ottawa, March 5.-The militia to stop the retreating Boers  but Boulder creek "lefidm  department ,has  decided, to  fill they refused to stay. The Bloem  Telegraph Brevities.  , Star Group.  , J. T. Kesler, who is at present  in California, will be here in a  few weeks to commence active  work ou the Star group of mines.  These mines are located on Bull  the places'of those killed, wound- fontein police tried  to stop the  ed and sick, in  the  first contin  gent.     Recruiting  for  this  begins today!  '��� Victoria, March 0.���Joe' Martin has not yet succeeded ' in  forming his cabinet. ���  Winnipeg.���It is stated owing  to a curious blunder of the new  Manitoba government officials  all this years marriages are illegal. '      ,   ���   '  .Washington.���President' Mc-  Kinlcy in defining the intention  of the'United States towards the  Philippines, said there would'be  no.imperialism.  Ontario public accounts, were  issued yesterday. The creel if  balance shows S3h0.074:  retreat of the Free Staters, but  they decided they did not want  to fight any.o'longer; and' they  blamed President Steyn.  Boer Camp, Bi'ggarsberg,  March 5.���At a general council  of war held today, Louis. Botha  ' Perry Creek.  Reports from .Perry creek are  to the effect that a large amount  of work is being done on" the  properties in that vicinity. The  belief is general that the Perry  creek mines will prove rich as  any in ,the district,   in  fact  the  was  appointed   Lieutenant-Gen-  development is showing up some  eral  for  Natal;  Lucas,   Meyer,   strong gold ledges  TROOPS TO SAIL.  Fifty Thousand jttore Troops to Sail  for South Africa. <  Schalburg, David Joubert. Daniel Rasmers and J. Fourio; were  appointed Major-Generals. The  selections have given lively" satisfaction to the Burghers.  ��� Ladysmith, March 8.���The  Boers' are 'entrenching at Big-'  'garsberg. ( The' scouts report  that all the'Dutoh farmers have  lied from the surrounding  coun-  'u'.y- ,  Ottawa, 'March it���The Strath-"  cona Horse was' reviewed by I  Lord Minto yesterday,' and given  a farewell by the citizens. Sir  Wilfrid Lauricr/Dr. Borden, Sir  Charles Tupper and  others ad-  ,London.���In the house of lords  Secretary^ State for War, Mar-1^^^ tlie'con'tingent  quis of Lansdowne, replying to  congratulations and a question,  prefaced his announcement of  the relief of Ladysmith by saying the news had at last removed the fearof an impending calamity., He added that he did not  know whether   most  admiration  should    be   given    to    General  White and the gallant defenders  of Ladysmith, or the brave   men  under General Buller, or to Lord  Roberts, to whose vigorous  and  successful   offensive    movement  was due the pressure  by, which  Natal was relieved.  Continuing,   Lansdowne  said:  "Two recent successes  will  not  be made the pretext for  the  re:  laxation of our efforts, which will  not be relaxed. In the week encl-  Gathering- Material.  Bleasdell-Camerou of Toronto  a well-known magazine'.writer,  is making'a trip through East  Kootenay getting material for  some interesting articles on British Columbia. . Mr. Co moron is  a nephew of A. W. Bleasdoll.   "  Church Concert.  A "concert in aid .of ,tho funds  of the Presbyterian Church will  be given in the Church on Wednesday evening next. March 14.  The' programme gotten up  through the efforts of the Rev  W. Smith,  is  a   vi>i-y  attractive  ,.    "'   - j one, combining as it   does  some  Victoria, B. C, March iJ ���The of the best talent of our own and  from the club to Government  street, and-down that street to  Riverside avenue. The walk on  Riverside avenue will be extended as far as the residence of W.  R. Ross. These improvements  will accommodate a large number of the residents of the town.  ��;���  mer.    The .property is owned by  Will Pay Commissions.  St., Paul, March 4.��� Unless the  Canadian Pacific Railway  Company signs  the  non-commission  ticket agreeni.ent at the, meeting  to be held this week, the North" I distance .of five miles'south" of  em Pacific, will withdraw and re- Modder river. The seventh divi-  sumo the payment of conichis-1 sion is in the conn try immediat-  sious.     It is.thought -that   the  ely  south   of   the   river   under  London. March (3.���A strong  force has left Kimberley for  Fourteen Streams, where the  Boors are in strong force. This  is believed lo be the Mafekiug  relief force.  London, March 0.���A dispatch  to the Standard from Asfontein  dated March 4, says:���  Lord Roberts now occupies a  most advantageousposifion. -The  sixth division under General  Kelly^Keimy \is posted on the  right and' holds the kopje  for  a  ing   March   3.   eight   ships  will  leave    England   carrying   4,700  men;   during   the  week   ending  March 10, 15 ships, carrying 11,-  800 men,   will   leave for South  Africa.    During  the week  ending  March   L'4   nine   ships   will  leave with   8ti00  men.     Finally,  during the week  ending  March  31, six ships carrying 32,000 men  will sail,   totalling  about   38.800  men,  and during  the  following  month 17,800 men will bo ready,  for whom  ships   have  not   been  allotted. "  Great Northern will follow.1  Both roads have lost considerable by adhering to  the agree  General Tucker, and General  Colville with the ninth division  I i s on th e n o rth ba n k.   : Th e' cav -  ment, and are tired of seeingMt alry    brigade    under     General  go over a rival line. I French is posted on the left front  Will Remain at Washington.  Lord Pauncefote, the British  ambassador,at Washington, will,  remai n 'at h i s post .mi til the Sou th  Arrican''war is over, although'  the.official time of his retirement  is nearly up-  If; would seem' to the man in  the gal lory that there is a, nice  legal question involved in the  dismissal of the Government.  ''Can the House be porogued  without; a quorum being present.���  Provincial Liberal Executive has  decided not to conduct the' campaign on parly lines. "!  London,   March   0.��� The   war  office has jusl   received  the  following dispatch from Lord Roberts: "Poplar Grove, March 15.���  We have had a very successful  day,     completely     routing, the  enemy  who  are in  full retreat.  The position which/they occupied was extremely  strong  and  cunningly arranged with   a  second line of intrenchmenls which  would  haVe  caused  us  a heavy  loss had a day attack been made.  The    turning    movements   was  necessarily   wide  owing  to   the  nature    of     the    ground,    aud  cavalry and h8rse artillery much  done   up.       The   fighting   was  practically confined to   the  cavalry  division,   which  as   usual,  did exceedingly  well.     General  French reports that horse  artillery did groat  execution  among j  the, enemy."      General   French  turned the .southern   position   of  Boers who  fled,   leaving  ;t   gun  and immense  quantities  of   forage and tents.    He is in pursuit.  Boers on north bank- also evacuating their position.  A dispatch from Modder liiver  says: The Boers occupying an  extensive position between ourselves and both Blomonfoiifcin  and Wyndburg. They included  ���ie bulk of the Natal forces and  are;under Jbuborf himself. "Only  sufficient;-'men have been left .to  hold Vanreiieus Pass. ..Extensive  desertions are reported during  the trek. An engagement is imminent which will" probably be  flic most decisi ve of the war.  "Our Testament".  Clive Phillips-Wolley, of Victoria has written a poem entitled  sister town of Cranbrook. Admission is,50 cents for adults. 25  cents for children.  The Masquerade Ball.  The band boys will gi\-e  monthly ball on the Kith  It will bo a masquerade,  judging from the prcparations  it will be Oven a greater success  than the dances   hitherto given.  their  inst.  and'  The  Victoria  Province   says:  ���'A correspondent  draws  attention to the fact that under a cut  in our issue of Satan-day   it   was  stated   that  Lord   Roberts  was  born in India, which of course is  untrue, as, like manv other prominent generals af the   front    he  proudly boasts the Emerald Isle  ���the   mother    of    innumerable  heroes���of his    nativitv.      The  plates  are   stereotyped",    which  accounts for  the  error  passino-  unnoticed." "~  In his ' '-Forty-One Years In  India" Lord Roberts savs he was  born at Cawnpore in 1^32. As  he was present on that interesting occasion his word can be  taken His parents were Irish  and his being born in India  makes him none Ihe less an  Irishman.  St. John's Church of England.  Divine service will be held in  St. .John's church at 7. 3d.  Strangers welcome.  Sunday school af 2:3<i p. m.  All the children invited.  .������ntrc.snwr'KiuAx, (;.iM.?.w,rju.���'���'������  iii .future,   und   until'.further  notice!   divine  .service   will    be  held on Sunday   iii. tlicT'Presby-   ',  terian church at   3   p.   m.,   only  Sunday school at 2 p. in ,   '  A'cduiiiiunicafion. from   Wind-,  erin'ere. was received too late for  publication this' week.      ft will-  receive   attention   in   our   uexf,  issue. c, '    '  i. <  H    ('  r  I  n THE PROSPECTOR,  FORJ ...STFELE,  li: C.: MARCH 10. 1900.  I��t.j,|;.b;  ���'/,?'S! "' v  sjfl'ii!  AsS6rt��(^  '^]ouiN''Pato^il-:Huii;garian-;a  I;''/'^;';'v:::';r^  y^K:.:";'^  :/.!^''v:;\;:';v':;;;"/:.';,:'?-:S:'^  --..-. ^~/ji ,; .'���" (v' :;r'    ���   ���'���''��� ���-'���-'     i.: -'-, :-;:. .'''-'^.v ':'<'':.'��� ���'':..'���.:���','..���''���..:'������ ^''"''-v'"-':' '���"'���   ���"- '-��� ���'���''���'"��� j'^- v''-.,':'':��� , ������,-':  ',:^w:Fleet\v6pd^  ^'.'7'5��ir'.'ti..':l'-V;//'i,.-''.i.'".tr^...ii;o ^^-';',K'-7- '*:���>"���  -&ir-'rl ;:.7'i7. Ffeslt: :Bi'e^vkIa'st;,Babbn't  :&,rB.uttel'5and:J  :-H;irhs;V::and::iDry. Salt;Side!-Bacon.  and-  *"'jpii\ "&���";  >?ilil5'V\7OOD:-ail lengfhs^^  ^CTC.-' MILLER,/ Proi>rietor ������-:';- ::    POST OFFICE BOX;836;  "   .':'.'':':: 2-a?":'.:: AH .goods guaranteed a Ud prices also as. being correct.  .'BciHlih'orders. X.;vv>, :, .,'"-.. >��� ������:���' V,;;-;'.---,"    "..;������ ;.     ''-:.'"':''���'"���:���!"*/���:'��� '.'.;���        \ ��������>]  /'^���''Talce notice 'i.hat I; AViljiam .I'l-roy;-Henry;;  intiindt'sixty.da.Ys������'from .-his il'.iiei.ia^ppl.v ;io  ;the C.ptnniis'sionoi'.oT Lands, and \vorUs.''lopnr-  t'hase,,lio!..237t: ferutiij'l.'.lCooteiiaj- Dlstncfc  ,,,   ':  ;y^J;:^ ^WILLIAM p'eRCY 'HK^RX^v-i ���<  '";.'.������������'��� Flirt Stee!e;:Bi;C;:.:Drtv^R.'���lSwl-v^l-P:^--  7^X'J*'-'i;--^ ;ft;;:- n'oti CE.''- 7'i'-':-7.],/?:f-;-;&-,  ;:..t Notice isflicrtby ^iv<*n;iliii,t thirtydays af.u:r  date. V-sh'all' apply .to'tho; Chief:Co<H'i'i'��><ipi>-  er;,of. Lands. anri^Ayprks.av V  mission.:,to'/p^^  piece o^lau'd. Coiniriem'in^.iiVitliv-'.sfi'.it'li.^woist.  cornel- of lot27PH. group'nUunioe-sonthJeleycn  chains."more or less. to'..the edge .of tho bin ff ;'oii  the 'St. ..Mary's��� river! ,';thence' followirii,' said,  bluff.' down.stream;titjjliiy chains.'Uience.iim-th  ;to the south east corner of said lot' -JTWf.^roup  l.i.thenee wesi'tp the^poiiit of'comnienceirient.^;  ..'' .'bated at'Fori Steele thisJ-uhday ..:.;,of .lanu-  avs, .19iXi^:'*>:-::;::'V^:"�����iv.-.':.:-hW-?"ft;'"'-"K,-1-^'���.  >::J^-.:::.i'-p>--, ;,���;-���,-...,���!,���. *:":!���;, ;..-'  Notice to Taxpayers.  ^sqy'i'H -;\i aSt? koot k na v':dist uiC'i^-  ������AssKsSMKNi- Ai;:'i" and Kkvkni;k Tax .Act.",.  ���������*-  w^m  . ;V     ,aS. iiija   'its  " i  CUT OF PART 0�� STAND OF THE  '"' .-.,       I-XDRIiDGE B.     . ���  .Ball Bearings .in ,a Sewing Ma- '.  chine.    The weakest woman can >  rim  the   ELDREDGE B. without  ;hamt to herself, or even getting  > tired==-It?s just fiin for'a well,'-"  .woman to run it.   It is noiseless; -,;  - has self-threading shuttle.; auto'-' ������'  inatic, bobbin winder ; cbiuplete  set of attachments.    ; A '.perfect  ���;. machine, at a low price;' .'War- , ;  ranted for five 'years'.    No other  as  good at anywhere near  the  - price. 'Insist on'liavhig Sldredge'"-.-  B. ��� There is an Agent for it in.'  ��� your town.'       ..'',   ,-���''.,'./, ',   ''  MANnFACTTTRKrj'nV Tlllj  NATIONAL SEVy'l.N'G   MACHINE CO.,  NEW YORK AND.CHICAGO. ,/  The second largest Sewing Machine Kncton-in  the world -with a capacity.of seven hundred and  sixty-four machines per day; lateF.ldrcdgeMfjr,  NO.TICK is hereby civ en. in' accordance with  - the, .Statutes. tliatKevehu'e Tax,, aiitl all  taxes levied under the Assessment Act uro now-  due for.the year 1H00. All of the .ahove taxes  collectible within the district of East Kootenay  Southern Division, are, payable at:',my offlee.  Port^Steele.. ' Assessed.taxes are collectible at  the followiiii.' rates. vi/.:-7-: ^ o, ., ���'. ,-..'��� ' : '���  ; r'*oi'ir-Hnhs,of.oue per ci'iiu, oii th'e assessed.  ' v  value 01'real.estat.e., -,       '������        v .  ..' .'  '  Three-fourths of one percent, on'the assessed.'  value ofpersoinil property.. . .., ������> ���:  .  Ou so, much of the income of.any pers.jn.as  ��� '.,' exceeds one thousand dollars, the.following  , rates., naniely.'upon such excess, when  the  same is not more than ten thousand dollars  .,  one";ind one-fourth of one per cent.:   when  ., sueh excess is over  ten  thousand dollars.  : and not more than twenty, thousand.dollars  '���.<'  one ,and orie half of; one per cent.': when  Such excess is over twenty thousand dollars  ��� ., !.uie and ihi'ee-fo.urUis qX pne percent.   ���*;    :  . Tliree-per cent, on the assessed value of wild  "j.'-.hiiid.".���.-,���;:,;-.���-.���'���'-,;' ......v;, ���'.0:��-.:''v';,;.vv-*:--?���'-'���'���  .1.1' paid' on or,before <ithe :!nth ...lay .....lune.  '��������� '���.. UKX):--;:  r. "���.'.;, ..-.���;,���..'.,'. , :;^',.;;���''.-'��� y-'., : ",���������:'  ��� ���;:  'TliVeei-tifth's'of one per cent: on 'the assessed  ������:. i value of real estate..    .. ;.;���   .';:.���  Oneiiialf of.'one per cent, oii the asScsscjl'valu.c.  '     of persdilitl -property:" \     ���������" ' ,>     .--���  Upon,such exees.s;of iucome,.'\v]ien  tlie same'  "','.. is not, more than ton thousand dollars,  one,  'per cent.:   when  sucli, i;xcess. is river  ten  thousand   dollars,   -and '" li'o't    more    than  twenty -Uiousaud , dollars.', .one0 and  one-  I'ourlh  of  one per cent.: wheii such excess  , is over twenty, tho.usaud dollOi's., one and  one-half dfoiie per cent. '       ,  K'e'venie Tax SI. I'M I per capita.: ,' "'  One ]>er cl'iif. on the a'ssesse.l value of ore' or  mineral bearing substances, payable iiuai'terly,  ou thelasf day of the months' of  ]March..June.  Seplembor ami Iiec'einboi' in-each year. .  ,,  -;���'   : '�������� a. r, xi?i:;Sqxt ,:-      ,.-.' '  v.'!'-.  ,:,'���'    . r.s.s<>'so(;'/(7i(? Ciilli-cloy.  Firrl'Sli'il'-'!!-'''--  I-Vbrttitnj 1st.'li'mo:  NOTlCx!.'    '   ".'���.   .   ,  '.   -  ���������.'.���':'���' y:,:'":;kK::l ;:'������ NPT!CEi'.',^.'!.v\i;'��^-.*;'���;;'  .5 Xotic'e; is hereby jjiiven that ;an"applicatiori  .will ;be.';inade to; the. Legislative Assembly of  the i'rovince of Hritisii.'Cpluinbia iit its, next  session for ah Act to incorporate 'ii 'Company  with power to eonstr.ueU',"e��iuip^ ni-.iintain ..and  operate, telephone and,;telegraph lines'within  and/thrqughoi;t.t,he I'rpyinee,of.nritish t'oliiniV  iiia.:aud to'eonstruci,��eri!et.. aiid niaintaiii such  and so many poles' and other-works arid devic-'s  as the, Company deem necessary,; for malcing.'  completing, supporting, using, working,,pperal-  iug and maintaining:ttie'systehi of coiiYhnniica;-:  ,11011 liy"telephone ahditelegrapi'i.' and to--open"  oi- break'.up/ any''part oi;. parts: of .the said,  higlnyliys brstreets as'often as tiib:siiid Cprii-.  paiij- iis ageii^s.-^ofllcers: ���or'workiiien , thiiik  proper and for the. purpose of..tiie.yunrtcrtaking",  to.inirehase. acquire or lease.'ii lid hold liiulstdl:  and dispose: of.land.s,. buildings .'or; teiiemehts !,  within the: limits aforesaid.; and to.^purchase i:  ,or.le;ise: for any term of years.' any. t'eiophpne.cu-i,?'  telegraph tine,,established or tp.be established;:  iu.l3ritish; Columbia 'eonneeted. or to:'-be con-'.,  1 nected,,;with:the:nirie which thpjpmnpahy^may'  construct. andVffi^ainalgkuiatpwith or lease?;! ts-  line or lines'.' or'nny, portion or portions thereof .-  "--. . ,���---; ,-'-.  v ���n<�� ������-'��� -���- , '��� -:' ������':-.,,.,:.--  -. "������"��'- ���-'..-^r-----...-,.,',- --,- .  totiny com pa ny possessing.as (proprietor,,.; any.,  .iihctlprHeleplipne.'i'or:'ieleKi-ai)h\^  eoiineeting.'6r'lb ��� .��c,!cprinc'tite'd. .witlvthe'--isiiid;.  '^on'ip:iny;s?-:iino--.:Ot-4incs.'-'an<l.tO'l)6rrp'w.,niohe,y1.  for.the purposes,'oflhe Compauy. and to pledge'  or'niiorigage any of the'Company's^assets for  that.purpose, and to receive bonuses, or, privil-'  eges from 'liny: person or,,body'corporate, and  Avith-ail btlier:'usual;:'neeessary or jncidenfal  rights, powers, or privileges as. may,be neees-  sat-.V or incidental to the ailainnientof Ihe.aliove  objects, or airy of them.' '"',;���.; -:,- ; ������.':.i'  .:'".���:' Dated this |5th day'of December, ISil'.t' .;.  "'",4::'i,v ;'!;.. ',." -f;:.;:-':,i.. Kl-unow-N,-;': ,';;. ;l  ",     1-7     ,"',,;   'Solicitor for.the. Applicants.  |:J|f:p;::eQH:IS::  i-./w JJobky:;;Mdunttiiii liAyQiiue!-;'';;!?,-  .��;:���'!���:,.  E**.A��'-'EZLKsrOJ��-*  f.  p::-'c:.  Xiitic'i.vis lici-ciiy  scqiiiMicii    ill- .the-  McMillan "fur &; wool  j, EXPORTERS ANDdMPORTERS.  j.''������.    /00-2!2 First Ave. North, Minneapolis,  ���'���C?rWrite-for Our CtrcuSar and Spc tho Prices Wc Pay."!? 3 j  tVL'll,   tllill   ,.111    ('(111-  .'siytial ion of ; Ml-.  < 'liarli.'S Kstmoi'c. all luisiiK.'Ss , in enn-  nci-turn with ill..;. Iviinlifi-loy ni.wns.ili;.  ou iiiHl ".iil'UM-Fi.'.ltfuai-y Kith. I'.Kill: must  lie (Inn..: .lliniiiji'li the ollicc of Ihi; l''oi;.l.  Steele novi.'lojmioiif Syiiclicate at Voy\  Steele. ''..'������  X. A. WALLIKCI':!:. MniKiii-eiv  ()lli<-'i-! in Ihe < 'ni'liii A l.liiric.U liuildiii^'  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  ���       NOTICE.  - .':.v;��.:'.-.'-.-..:.  IN'tHK .COUN'rv COUlt'I' '-')K KOOTKNA V MOt.rpEN  r '..'fy'.,.-j.������-..��..-,. ...at ..KOK'i- 'STKiii.K. ,.,-:,':...:���,  Notice is hereby, given that on the'l-ith day  of February. WOO.- it' was ordered by J. A..Fbrin.  ]3s.|..'.Iudge of the said Court, that ..lames Ferguson' Armstrong, OlnPial Adfhinistrator of the  County oi' Kobtonay. l.ie..Adininisirator,of all  and singular, the goods, chattels.' and.orodit of  Andrew 11. ^"ige'ri ol Walnut O rove in the State  of "Minnesota, Miner, .deceased, iii testate., . '  ��� '. Kvory person indebted to the, said deceased  is re.iui red to,hiake/pay ment' forth.wi tli ' tt>" tlie.  undersigned..-. ,.:' ':������.   . .'.\'::,.:'  '',''..' :i?::^-. ..,..:-'  c Kvor.V creditoror other persoir having any  clainiupon, or,interest in,.the.,:(listribu,iioii of  the personal estate of the.said .deceased.'is. required .within thirty.days.of this.date,; lo send  by registere.I letter addressed to .the under-',  signed: his name and address, and flu' ltd I par-  I'culars <if his elaim or.,i.nteres!-, and a slate-  meiif. ol bis account: and the' nature' of Ihe  security (if aiiy) held :by.him.,     '        .'"'.���        ,. ,  ' After the expiration of Ihi.' said'fbirt.y days,  the Administrator win: pi'.i'ceed :with ihe dis-  tribution'of the estate, having regard,lo those'  claims   only   of .winch   he   shall'have    bad  notice. ���' ', "     ,   ''    h  ' ���      '������������''   ..:.,      '     ���:   '���  '. Dated in I-'ort St.'ele.'tbiS'-'.ii.h day  of   l-'eii-.j  ruary. i'W'ld... ���      '��� '       :' ������   . j  .iA.\ii'.s.i''i::K'i;!;.so.\-.Ai;.MSTi;('iN't:. .   I  s-ii. !��� ��� '   . , ntllcial Adniinisfni'tor.���:  ' (JerliJicuIn of I'in fH'orenirii Is.  ^���S^io-Sv:?"''';;;.^^^  ';||$^General|Bla(iksmith\  Mining ;; Work i a   Specialt)':  MOYIE CITY, EAST KOOTENAY.iB.C.  ��� :; The:'aJ)oye:Hotel;has beei^ rej  ceiitly.; erected, "and ;dieatly J!nr:  hishec] throug'lroii.t. ;��� ;<, ';" ������  ;:Cosy and Comfortable'RooniS;:  Tlic-''"-B;"ii!' :',''iiu|')j.)l ietl ;' .witii'Vrtlio'"'.' 3ICST  --���������.'��� briimls ol' Li(|iiors atitl (.'io-iifs:; ���.-'.  HEADQUARTERS    FOR   MINING   MEN.  ;    Why Not Invest In  T.~";:":,'"r,"',; '  ilMBERLEY  S"':-':-'���:''������--  TliefLeadviile ot East Kootenau  ,e,:WV'!niiles from the famous  :N6uthL-Stai{ mine. 1J- mile's  ������from''the Sui.livax mine.  --.:.. ^.',;.^/>ti::���'���: ,j  ^eui'lip 20(1 niinoi'iil ulitinib. surround  :;,;K'K;r^lBkRl"KY and depend on  it  ,>',';:'*���.���S*';'-^';.::-: ffll*   S5U])])lie-  p;j Tile i terminus of the North Star-  Sailway:Branch ���    '���  ���KOIBEIILICY  is not -;i  boom  town  for Siivrotiiidec] by the L.ARUKST S1L.-  A"ER-LEAD MtXES IN THR-WOKLP  it riiusto necchftiirilv   liceoinc   u   lai-jrc  :    ���.( '         . ' ^  For a;safe and profitable investment Jbuy lots in Khnberlev  BOX 835  FORT STEELE  CHAS. ESTMERE  : : ;( ; l Sole ftciem.1  f- Post Office Address, ICimberley  via Cr'anbrtjok. B. C.  \���';":���& "..ARNOLD���:>..^  '  Alsiilces regular, trips,I'voni Fort  ���''������'���     ���     '. :t '���"''.���-' '    .' '"��� . ���������,      :,/ "���  Steele.Junction l;o Fort Steele.  Tirade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Aiiv*'>ne,iir.niHug a 'Hlietcli .'indflcTrii.tinii ic:iv  (lul.'ltlv i.M.'.'i'l.'ihi iiiii1 <'.;>uii.,ti Ii','., wh.-llu'i'.jiii  Inc..iil.l.in H I'.'.jli.il'lv imlciitatil.-. (',,iiiiiiinil.-:i.  tl.illioilrlctly'MrjIlilmitlal. ll.'inil!,,', ..Ii nil I'iiii'iiMi -  M.-nl  li't'.-. l.!'l."-.t ml;. s' lor r,.('liin!^ |,:il(,|!!?-.  I'.'U.MiIM  l;d..'it   lliH,uu'h   Aliimi  \-  .',,. I.-.-..Id:  ^/���. .',//. tlntlut', V llhi.OI. .'hni'..���'.-. In ill,-  vclenfltlciitiierlcaii,  A lianilrtoin.-ly llhiitnil,',) w.-.-th-. I-'h-l-i'mI dr.  .'iilMl Ifii.-f :in\'.M,l.,nl III., I'-iinuil. Tcrnin, ?���:. a.  v.-lir; Ifiiir iin.nl h:<; -fl.   .'-..Id hyutl iit-wwIi-aloi-.-t.  llJNfUCo.3G"ir"^ New York  linnieli tntl.'i'. (','.'.-. ),' t'l., V.'nsini.iitoii,' 1), ��;,.-  .���:������.- NOTICE,  BIG     CHIEF,      LITTLER    CHIEF,    EUREKA,  GENEVA AND  MELTON FRACTIONAL  ,{ ,    ",    :   MINERAL    CLAIMS.    ,  '..Si.liiuti.-il in tin.''l-'oi-t StiH'lo'.Miiiiiis; l.iiyision  ..f .'���jouthi-'iisi ICnotonay. District,. ,: '     ,,'  \\ri)i.M'o'loe.iit.Mil: . ISifjf'lii'i.'r. om Hiii.-kl..'licrr.v  Hill a.dj.iiiiiny tin: I'hii'i.'l.'a :Minora I t!la ihi.'    ,  r.'in)i: C'hiof. adjoining the (haiova -Miiici'sil  ("Irtiiii. .'.....  I'-.iii'.'ka. ..'ii lliiclili.hi'i-r.v Hill iil'oi'uMiiil.  .-  I'.'ciin.va. adjoiniinr lliu l-hiro.kii Miiiural  flaiiu.' , '     '::���    ' . ,v.   .    ' ���'.;,���'  Mi'lton |.'i-iictional a.ljoiaiiiy Ho- ' kiirohii  Miii.'i'iil t'liiini.   ��� ,        '   '���' '  3'iiliii iinti.',' 1,1 iii I I. \Viili;iii].l;.i,|i'i'h'ic, h',.ss  iii'lliiv,' as iiir.'iil foi''I In., Ihi-liiiys lii'itlshi'ol'iiiii-  bili Kxpliiralinll SynMli-ntc. . rjnilli-d. l-'l-'i'i'  nlini,l''s ��� ('i'rlili,';i [,- N'.,. ii ll.'ii'.'.. iiilolnl,  sl.-il.v ilay.J.'i-'in'i Hie d.itr. In'ri.-in',' in ;i|i|.l,\- u. tin-  .Mlnltlir l.'/'i'.,,;,!, |-;,ii-:l  I'i'!'! ilii-;:.|,.-   uf   1 in ]il-n\i'.-  nniiits.   I',,!'  ! 1i,\ i,iM|i,isc i-r oi-iiiliiintJ   iii.'riiw'ii  (ll'lilll  I'.il-'iii-li .,1 III,, iiloivi- 1'1,'niiiis.  . And farilirr lain-i.lot:>t-i.>   linn -a'ci inn. uii'dor  si'i'tiiiii :'.;. inust In'' i-iiiiiiiii-nci'il liid'iii'i' lln- iss'u-  ,'lln'i' of -iii:-11 Cri-lilii-ali' uf Inipi'nvi'iiii'iil.s,  liali'.il ilii:.- iiiii ..lay of l-'i'lirnar.v',' I'.'iw.  Wm   Ii. I>l i.SS.  ���S-ii'. .'  '     ' ,' I''- M   C.iXii. Ii WU.i:  FREIGHT  OR EXPRESS,  Delivered   on,,(lay   ol:   arrival.  Leave orders with,.  :...' ,:'.'    ,:-       M. A. BEA'LE..'  ANDREW   NEI DIG  GONTRftGTOR    an��:   BUILDER  IIOUSK AND SKIN PAINTING.,'   . ' ...  CAUMillN'INU and i'AI'ICU, fl.A.YlU.N-t;  ;    FOliT STEELV, R. Q.  j-?'r    'All   \yoi;k ]')i'(.)iii|il:ly done.  Shaving #? Hair Dressing. Parlor  ���si li, iil'li'inal lloli'l  PORT'   STKKLH,  li. 0.  Port   Steele  Bakery  H. AL1E; Proprietor.  Riverside Avenue, Opposite Post Otiice.  CITY  ���."'���'.'�� A KliRV  1      MRS. DILSE, Proprietor.  All Iciiids of hah-, work  A. j. GREZ,  ;i; s]>i;ei;i.  Proprietor  y-  i  KEEPS'.  CONSTANTLY   on    HANT>"'  Fresh Bread and Cakesj.  ���Fri-!.sh Fruits ..every day     '  .'.'."'��� Frttsii'Veg-etaViles:    ���   ' \'  '''���..' 'Fresh Eg'gS  i'-resli Milk and Buttei.*,;:  ___ ._ __._ :. i-"' ):;  ' ...    FOR: SALE/:      '���'  .    .'  ���An Aiii:iln'aiinil,!ir J'oi- '.vnrkinu:' u-vt-  niilliiijj.' i|ii:ii'l'./. -Siivi.'s iiyei- ill) pur i.:i.i.iif:  of ^olil. Wi'i'jhl, uif li. jii.\yi-i' ^8.1100. U ik.  M;t(lu in si.'i'.lii.iiis i'lii; I ;,'ii'kinL." In iii.��nii-  tain clitiins <.';in I'm si-.i-j'i in-ii.i- tin.' St  KiiK'r.iii! M issinn.   ,  ,' I'Vii- I ':i i-: li-.iihi t-i-i ii|i|>ly'l.(i  ���1. A: 'MA.MV.iKV. t'-.i'i, Ste.ilu. il:<:  -IL  BMIIBBIIiMiailBiail PKOSPECTOE, FORT STEELE, li. C, MARCH   1
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WHEW CKONJJi MST -'BOE3'
Sir'1
••You Made a Gallant Defense,
Said the Victor.
Paardoberg, Majubii Day.—
The British camp was awakened
by tlie continued rattle oi' rille
lire at daybreak, and the news
iirrived that the Canadians, while
building a trench unite close to
the enemy were fusiladed at a
ivuitfu oi' iiftj- yards. The'Canadians gallantly worked forward
and-occupied the edge of the
trenches'a.k>n«r the river, entirely
enfilading the JJoers. This move-
inent was followed by a cessation
of  tiriii"'  except    an   occasional
i
solitary shot. Ruddenly a reiri-
ment stti'lioned mi ihe crest of u
hill perceived a   white  Hair  and
^ry* —a. jvth tit—
PRIVATE GUIDE FOR
"^
The I'.Oth ediiani ,'revic..-rl) of my little book'.  "Three Classes oi Men." is now   '-eady.
be mailed in plai:', i-ealed envelope, lo any pari < i the world, free oi charge. ,   •
Over live million copies of this treatise have been distributed since the iirst edition appeared
some years n<ro. marking, 1 believe, ihe largest circulation of any therapeutic work ever publi-hed.
This little i'.( ok was compiled by me to embody the proven resulth of my :-5f' year^' experience as a
sj.cciaiist.
It is i:
and outlining' a
and mental. It
paper.     It 'tells
1
burst into cheers,  thus
first   an-
of   Ce.i-
nouncine- the surrender
Oral Cronje.
Shortly ;ifterwai'd a note reached Lord Roberts bringing tidings
of the Boers' unconditional  surrender.    General Prettyua'n was
[/ sent to accept the surrender.
At about   7   o'clock   a   small
ifroup of  men  appeared  in   the
distance crossing the plain in the
<  i    direction of headquarters.     The
latter being,apprised of General
Cronje's approach, Lord Roberts
,  walked to the front in the modest
coat'in which lie sleeps and   ordered a guard of theSeaforths to
line up.    A group''of  horsemen
then approached.     On   General
Prettyman's right rode an elderly man, clad in   a  rough   short
overcoat, a wide  brimmed  hat,
ordinary    tweed    trousers    and
brown shoes. It was the redoubtable Cronje.    liis face was burned almost black--,   and  his  early
, beard was tinged with grey.
,,    '       Lord Roberts  walked  to  and
■ fro,in front/of his cart until' the
''- Boer general arrived, when  the
British officer kindly and  politely saluted the Boor general.
(        'Cronje's   face  was  absolutely
impassive,   exhibiting "no   signs
of liis inner feelings.   Lord Roberts was surrounded by his> staff
•when   General * Prettyman , addressed the field marshal, saying:
"'Commander Cronje,,sir".
,ITho   commander  touched  his
'   .     hat in salute, and Lord   Robert's
saluted in return.
,   -       The   whole .group   then- dismounted, and Lord Roberts stepped   forward  aud  shook  hands
■with the Boer commander.
■'•You made a gallant  defense.
' ssir."  was   the first "salution   of
Lord Roberts to the vanquished
."Boer leader. He then motioned
General Cronje to a seat in a
chair which had been brought for
his accommodation, and the two
officers conversed through an
interpreter.
General     Cronje     afterwards
■with the British ollicers.
guide to me';, both single and married, offering such valuable  advice
course to pi.i'sue for the greatest possible development of manhood, both physical
deals' with private weaknesses which cannot, with propriety, be discussed   in   this
thai strength once dissipated may bo regained by nature's treatment    '
WITHOUT   DRUGS.
It tells of my .success in the proper employment, olVthe e-alvanic current of Electricity and bow
1 .discn.ered 1T1 years ago that an appliance was required which would give a continuous, mild current for seven or eight, hours at a time. ' ,    ,
This led me to construct a portable chain batiery which ihe'paiient might apply himself, and
started ine in on a line of experiment that has developed by "decrees, by 1"> ye;n-.-, of close practical
study and application, into the construction of my preneni
DR.   SANDEN
ELECTRIC   BELT\
protected by patents. This'I consider a perfect home seif treatment. , The book'describes ii thoroughly. You wear it around your waist comfortably at night. It cures while you sleep, sending a
pleasant, soothing stream of electricity through the weakened parts, curing in 00 to Jin days, often
benefiting at once. Du not, forget thai this Belt is used by women as well as rnen for the treatment
,of Rheumatism in,any part of the body. Lumbago. Kidney. Liver Disorders, etc.. and in fact will
cure aches, pains and weaknesses of any sort.     r, i •
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I3R. F. T. SAXtfBESET, 474 Main Stx*e&t, Winnipeg, Mai?,
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appliances for its extraction, and
the future yield will surely prove
as in the past that there is largo
quantities of placer gold yet to
be taken from the rivers and
streams of South Bast Kootenay
and that the palmy days of Wild
Horse'creek are not past and
gone, but on tlie contrary, .-yob to
come. ' '
mil of their extraction without
any admixture of rock. - In other
cases the rock and mineral must
be raised together, as they cannot be separated. , In some instances the vein is too small for
the entrance of the miner, and
are consequently of no practical
value.
Placer Mining1 in East Kootenay.
There arc comparatively Jew
people who know anything of
the extent of placer mining in
the Port Steele district. There
is a popular idea that the days
when placer mining can be carried on with its meed of profit
has passed. This idea is held
for 1he<reason it is claimed. Unit
the placer fields have " been discovered and the wealth extracted long ago.
The truth about placer mining
however is that future years will
*ee a larger yield of placer gold
than has been in the past. As
;i proof of this fact" it is only
necessary to note the amount
that is being taken out year after
year by the companies that are
now engaged in that direction.
The Wild Horse diggings were
Iirst worked in J 8(3-1 and the crude
appliances of those days wore
used to advantage, and millions
of gold were taken out. After a
while however niahy of the "Old
Timers" abandoned the diggings.
'But as years have passed since
that ti ine, from $30,000 to $r>0,000
has, been the yearly record for
the district. Gold'remains in
large quantities on Wild Horse
creek, Perry creek, Moyie and
Bull river, ouly awaiting modern
Minerals. * <■,>
Minerals, particularly ihe metallic ones, are chiefly distributed over and abpve'the surface of
the earth iii layers' or masses, in
lodes3 or', largo" veins, running
parallel with ,'or traversing 'the
general course of the stratification of the rock: in liests or pockets-, in nodules, which are concretions or accumulations of minerals of small extent^, and in.
small veins, which are either
branches of heavy veins, or traversing larger (-veins, ramifying
the roclr in all directions.
The transition rock'is the domain of metalliferous deposits.
Here we find more variety and
abundance than in any other geological'formation: in this rock
tlie best qualities of ore are also
found. The secondary rocks, or
those which contain bituminous
coal, do not furnish as great a
variety of minerals as 'the transition rocks, and many kinds are
not found af all in them. Jn the
hitler there isa.n absence of gold,
silver, copper and other substances. It furnishes chicily stone-
coal, iron, limestone, and often
a little lead or- zinc, but these
latter only in a very limited
quantify.
Mineral substances, particularly those which are used for the
production of metals—the workable ores—are but few in number. They are generally of oxides, that is a combination of
metal with oxygen: sulphurots.
or metal combined with sulphur;
and carbonates, or metallic oxide's combined with carbonic
acid. Combinations of other
substances than these are rare.
Minerals of the above description frequently form large bodies
of pure ore by themselves,
buried beneath the surface in the
rock". In most cases however
these,ores are blended with foreign'matter, as lumps or grains
of quartz, Time and other substance, which are mechanically
mixed or in. chemical, combination with it: ■-■ In some instances
the ■main; bj'pdy of the layer or
vein is rocky matter, and the ore
embedded in that substance. The
mineral deposits are often found
in such heavy masses  as  to  ad-  move far without destruction.
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In  prospecting   for   minerals
the first thing to 'be rascertained'
is, whether there be any mineral
in that, locality, and of what  description.      The   next   question
will be as to the precise 'spot  in
.which  it  is  most  likely   to   be
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galena, which is known to pe  in
the vicinity, we   must,   in  order
to insure success, know   the  accompanying formation,  that   is,
the rock in which the mineral  is
embedded: ' knowledge   of   this;,
character multiplies the chances
of finding the mineral.    In many
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extensive range, no ma tier  how
far. how high or how low it may
be, from the supposed A-ein.    We
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rock'wherein the mineral vei'n is
buried, belong   to the  stratified
rocks, we may expect to find the
vein at no great distance  in any
direction,   hi the vein   stone  or
accompanying rock, wc may rely upon finding the mineral.oven
though we do not discover if   at
the  place   where  we   open   the
vein, or touch the vein   mineral.
Where   the   vein ' runs   parallel
with the formation as is the case
iii  gold    regions,   there   is   not
much difficulty in finding a vein,
but where the mineral veins traverse the strata in   angles  more
or less defined, the object is not
so readily obtained.    When fragments of ore or lloat is found  on
a hillside, it is evident fhat  the
vein must have a higher location
for these   fragments   must   have
come down  the  hill.      Tf these
fragments are found in o stream,
the vein that supplied them must
be higher up the stream, and the
farther up the lighter the material.    Heavy minerals do not drift
hir in a   si ream,   but   is   always
found close, to its source. ' If tlie
current is strong enough to, move
fragments .of  galena'it  is. soon
ground into such a fine dust that
it can be crrried.off by the  most,
gentle current:. Therefore mi five
metals and sulphurets of   metals
are    id ways    found   near'  their
source,    because    they     cannot
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',  .,   '  '       ''',''  ii,';'Is'-keai/.n.-iiji;.:..t.':'.li^..A'' M',|  Lord Lhindopahf. who f.'leioniii.r'-  od to. ride through tlie. gap willi;  tlio':light horse /and cn'j:bin.<!CJr.>..."-.  ''���'The. rest of tliebrigade'' was:  soul biu-if, .to <.Onoral J'iuJ.lor's  picket line. -'1.1 w'.-i.s' evening- when  we 'started..  "About mi. hour of daylight rc-  ihaiued. ,.' We galloped/on swiftly' in spile of 'the ;'rough. ground,  upland: down MIL through scrubs  and'focks and dongas' '-until we  could see the; British guns- ila:sh-  Ang frOtri yyagemhi IT; but on,', we,  went faster, until suddenly there  came a challenge from the scrub;  ''who-'goes 'there-:'! <;,-��� .,",':'���'"��� .'���'���'��� ,  -���-.���: ;'The: ;TAidysmith.'?:: relieving'  arniy,.' svt^'reiil'ied, and, th on' the  t-itteiA'd, ahda'fniost; bootless" men,,  ero'\vde<'t around,, cheering;, Vty'V  fe��b)y.��� .;.' in: tk.r gloom we eon hi.  .see'how: thin, and pale tliVjv-' loojv,-. 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AA wlieii Seeing;, ours..',-,.; If a hustler.  .,:., this is your.'jjroici uiine.   Prospectus.,  ,'A'free.>- ���'   'A:'.     .'���;���' r-. .-��� . '" A'1.' '',A-:''  .'   Bradley Gr'irretsou'Cd.j.Ltd.  ' '''���'���>  '       ,A ' ; '     , " JiSKAXTFOKD. OXT1'  ��� ���The isriue of thecauipaign will  bethe eight hour r law;. East- and'  : West kootiuiaV will Siirely'spea^lcl^g-entsi-People   won't, be ^deceived  :,:,��� ."' ���������������,"; .���,.".     j,:-.   !"���'' iv 11 li A liuii- ieai]"'Histories oftii e war  AVith ni) uncerfaiu sound on   this! .;���.'.''       ,     ' ,,       -   ���   ,   i  ���-      -. '    ���     , .m ;. .      ���;,      ]jUl)li.^hed>.no.v.\.  as: the wai-iS'0nly  ��� Subject. ,'    ..'���;������ ,'  ,   ., , <>:omiiie'n��:ed.'   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'        '..���;,.���.  ���No Traveller Should Pass the DooiA  rriic trail runs within ten -feet of 'the house.      (Aood-     '  IJarn antl plenty of hay ami grain,     if .yon piiironizc Uh;.-;  'Waldorf yoii will never regret it. -'��� .    ��� " ��� '-"  Tn  H.    A., KANOJJSB,  -    Rrbpbf'elor, j!~uMA itfEMHW*����  rf.tr���. t -  -r..-  -i-M ���ww*-*  ^_'^nwQ-!j(i(5.'K^ri<--rf-.'~ca��i^^^i  ��llJ? WV0&P����t0V+  -.ATCJKDAY, AlAKOJi   10, J'KKI.  r  THE PROVINCIAL HOUSE.  "pm.il inTm: I'hosi'ecj-oii. ,  Victoria, March 5.���After a  swries of unparalleled scenes the  Eighth Parliament, of British Columbia was porogued on Thurs  day last, and it is probable that  the .sensational scene then enacted is without a precedent in the  history of British Governments.  A series of insults had been given to ihe local representative of  Her Majesty the Queen, the  Liieutenanl-Governor, hi is late  Prouder had brought dow,n, a  motion which, had been carrh-d  by the I To use, cen.su ring him lor  the di.smis.-al of the kite government, and a resolution had boon  offered asking that he bo withdrawn as incompetent. Allocations had been made a.s 1c his  personal interest in tlie proceedings, but of ail the fiTsulls given  him by the legislators of, ihi.s  Province, the most grave cwu&  that given by the House when he  came with his glittering stall' to  porogue it.  There was a very bitter' feeling against the Lieutenaiit-Gov-  ernor, aud many things���the  most striking perhaps being his  choice of unpopular Joe Martin  lo form a' Government���hud occurred to pave Ihe way, for this,  ihe' most extraordinary scene  ever witnessed in a British House  of Representatives. The course  adopted by the.members was arranged the night betore, and  botli,sides bound themselves in  common cause against the Lieutenant-Governor in-his action.  Party differences and all grudges  whatsoever were dropped in face  was  trying  to  bring   back   his  voice.     lie < was  about  to read  of what  some  of  the  members j when the uproar in the galleries  between him and Speaker Foi s-  tor. They just looked at one  another, and the Sergeant-at  Arms having removed the mace  the Speaker slowly turned away  and went down to the Jioor of  House, the Governor immediately taking ihe chair. The officers grouped themselves on the  dias by,the side of the Governor.  All this took but a few moments, and while it was going on  every member had left his seat,  and as the Governor sat down,  the coat-tail of the last was seen  in the door of Ihe chamber,  livery s'pgie member had gone  Iroui tlie chamber, and when the  Governor looked up after .sitting  di'V. u. it \vn.-�� to behold the  strange-1 spectacle that ever  greeted the eyes of a representative oi Queen Victoria, or any  other Bi iti.sh monarch. Not a  soul w��i -e'en on ihe iiodr oi th"  House, except in the noith door,  where an old man hi shabby  garb hud evidently wandered in  and 'stood funnily deciding  whether to go in and sit down in  the em ply benches.  From the galleries broke forth  a storm of derisive laughter, cat-  culls, hissings and , rappings.  The otticers'of tlie escort seemed  much embarassed, and it seemed  as though some i movcnlent was  contemplated lo clear the galleries. The' Governor visibly whitened and seemed for the moment  non-plussed. lie was greatly  agitated and fumbled with his  cocked hat. his spectacles, his  sword, anything to occupy his  attention, then he took his  speech from his private secretary, turned it around several  limes, and coughed as though he  THE PKOSPKCTOK. FOKT STEIvLFj, B. ('., MARCH   10. I!<00.  The Wm. Hamilton  Manufacturing jDo.  (i.r.MH'i:j). i  PeteE'ltoirougl*;      Ontario^       Canada.  DAISYA1R RIFLE  We Rive tills -i7ilt-nilM(S!iit��,��>Css  WHO lorBClllligoiilylwo    \Xr*f^^twiSSiy,  dozen li u kat:ut ofiSii i ct     It ii -.��lX��?*>_*'*>.-*  Fi.i ,-3t't..ls ut 30 emu  ttti.li.   l^ich lai^'O jmi kis^i tO'll-iiiisA  LTJindstfrrfTiriti unite*. Alltolors. TliIsltll!elHoflI.c Uistin iKnutjtl laical jnuUiJ, well fmttlird  i lAcl ]i].iUil, i. ui'.illv Hltdiud anil tehuil IjlIoic l<.tvln,r tlie f.iupiy.   II Isjtisttlio tiling for  l it j-i I in net li u oi for t-lji.fit Ins rats, ia��u. npirrows, i-ti.-.   Kiitiirn tills ii��l\ atihuumt ivltli your mldri ft, ,i  iuul li itin. h< lltlicm, muni luunty iinu-ncfurn in) >mn llillu.-Lll tlixi��i's paid    'Jliti s, if.011 lur m Hiun Fi-eils  umiLirtiucj^LraLoucu  OU Svttttl\.liJJl.l.ji.t3 ti.il llu.uu:hi��. 1'iuUuiii .sji.jiJj- <--u��� J.6X  F s f, 'lutciito.  did not hesitate to call, the common enemy of the House and  people., It was with a'full understanding of what their course  would,be-that the members went  to the chamber. This was evi  dent from the manner in which  '   Ihcy carried it out. r  Tt was a lovely spring day.and  the air, was filled  with  gladness  of returning .summer,   the  rose  gardens and' .the .- green   lawns  adding much to the summer-like  -weather, aud all  the world   and  his, repaired to the' Legislature.  The galleries were filled to their  a-capacity.      <,',,.  " When prayers had , been  read  and the galleries  were  waiting  with expectation for the arrival  of the Governor and his party, it  was noticed'that  Mr.   Prentice,  (East Lillooot,,) was on his  feet,  lie moved as a question of privilege,   seconded  by   Capt.   John  Irving.    (Cassia r,)    "That    this  House has not confidence in Mr.  Joseph   Martin,   who  had been  selected to  form   a  government  by-    the     Lieutenant-Governor.  "This was carried by 37) to '1:    .1.  M. Martin. (Rossland.) a lone voting   negatively^     The   galleries  were cheering aud amid the  applause the late president of  tiie  Council,     Dr.    McKechnie,    was  r'aslcing for names, when  he  was  suddenly interrupted by the   arrival of  ;i   peremptory   message  from    ihe    Lieutenant-Governor  ordering the removal of Ihe   bar  of the House, as he and his stall'  were wailing lo enter.    The tter-  geanl-af-Arms 'hurried    lo    the  brass rail that means so much in  the pomp   and   circumstance   of  parliamentary yo\ eminent,   and  hoisted it up and bade.    The big  doors were   thrown   wide   open,  and   his   honor   Ihe   Lieutenant-  Governor, resplendent in his gorgeous gold-laced uniform,   cocked hal with white ostrich plumes  carrying   a   gold-hilled   rapier,  was seen for a moment standing  under the full glare of   the  brilliant sunshine 1hat   streamed   in  from the. dome,  in   formation   of  two deep,   weie ,soveral    na\al,  militai-v and nnlilin ollicei -.   The  ^imposing   pageant    marched   in  'will: -low and dignified tread up  Ihe center aisle towards the  Throne, and the Governor slow-  \y mounted the steps."' Not a,  movement of  salutation  "passed  began ^again. The naval and  military attaches fidgeted aud  looked uncomfortable, and the  go ver nor_ t w i sted his hands a bout  in ncrvouVagitatioii. seemingly  not knowing what to do for the'  moment. Joseph ..Martin, the  chosen premier, stood near the  clerks desk as impassive*as a.  statue, the only seeming unperturbed man in tlie assembly.  His Honoiv rose slowly, the  speech in his hand, bowed with  formal motion to the empty  benches, and .apparently began  to read the speech, for a ��� wide  outburst of jeering laughter, applause, rappings, stampings,  hisses, cat-calls and other cries,  drowned the opening sentence.  His Honor went ou in a tremulous voice at Iirst. and seemingly  finding it difficult to keep his at-  tention to the paper. At references to the House the galleries  again burst forth and boomed derision and applause.  Some strident-voiced individual yelled at intervals. '-Where  are they':1" and then' the disorder was increased ten-fold.  Amid the uproar the Governor  went on doggedly lo the end.  -'I now release yon from further attendance," caused pandemonium lo break loose again. As  the Governor bowed to , the  empty benches on Ihe conclusion  of the address the galleries fairly shrieked with laughter, and  derisive comments were shouted  by men who hung over the edge.  The only members of the House  who heard the speech were  Messrs. .Joseph Martin and  Speaker l<'orster. The speech  read liis Honor stepped down  from ihe Throne and followed by  his escort marched slowly down  the aisle out of the chamber.  Cheers, hisses, groans, hoots,  a perfect hurricane of sounds, accompanied the. march of the viceregal party all the way to the  exit. The galleries wore frantic  with excitement. One man called  across the Governor to the  galley opposite in an ironical  manner. ������Three cheers for   Mc-  the chamber like a croud ol football players, amid Ihe tumult of  the galleries. The uproar continued for' some inin.ut.''*, and  then Price lil11>on, (luist Vale,)  waiving' his hand around his  head and addressing the galleries  shouted. "Wc are the people",  and another completed the sentence, yelled, ������And, we must be  respected", which brought a  fresh demonstration from the assembled throng. Mr. Pooley  then waved for order, a net when  the hub-bub had in a measure  subsided, was hoard shouting.  '���I move that Mr. Pointer "ol  Delta-not Speaker Porster it was  noticed���take the chair. (Renewed cheering greeted this'and  amid it Mr. Porster'took a seat  at the committee desk, and rapped for order).  Pat riotic resolutions congratulating the Queen. Genoral'Buller.  and General AVhito. on the relief  of Lady.shiit.fi, was then moved,  and after the fervent singing of  "God Save the Queen", the  crowd passed out oi the hall and  across the city to join in the  celebrations then in progress in  honor of the relief of Ladysmith.  Victoria, March" .">.���It has  transpired that, many members  of thc��� Legislature' took other  steps besides walking out of the  House'when His Honor, appeared. . To show their disapproval  of the action taken by him in  calling xToe , Martin, to form a  Government. Numerous telegrams were sent to Ottawa asking Premier Laurier to recall  Governor M dimes, and answers'  have been received that the matter wo'uld be thoroughly examined.  Ex-Premier Semi in who is retiring from politics after over  thirty years of participation,  stated thai, he had no doubt that  Governor Mclnnes would be, recalled.  Thc'Conservative and -Liberal  leaders on the mainland are making efforts fo have the election  run on-party lines, but it is still  a question whether they will .succeed.  Charles Wil.son the Conserva  tive leader \vants a   party   li.gjif  but Sir 1 libbert Tupper wanfsra1  union of.all parties opponents fo  Martin.      The Vancouver Liberals have endorsed Martin, and it  is just possible that he  will   get  the    support    of    the    Liberals  throughout Ihe Province.    Even  at that however he stands   little  chance of having a majority over  all in the next legislature.  l'limi 1'nd.ilmji .uhI .Minci' I'iu- nlli'ii  h:iw,li;i(l ullt'd ii[>oii tin- siiudl lio,\ idle  o\-��;i- iiidnlyi��� in I In-ill. I';un-i\ iller ;i-  ;i linii-rliolrl mi-ilii-im- Ini- nil such ill- i-  iuii'i|iiiilli'(l. .\\'ip|il -iilint Mull'-. Ilii'iv  is lull, one 1 '.liu-ICilli-r. IVrrv l>;i\is'.  J.>  ,iml .Mil-.  Is tMiii'ekmg- Relieved.  ' New York. March 0.��� A Moor  report is published af Brussels  that the siege of Alaf'oking has  been raised. The news is iincon-  lirmed but probably  true.  STOCK    LIST  Kin] lire   Black" Bear.. .'       iJic.  f  Kimberley Consolidated f Oc.  ��,c.  ���Alt  Can    rHCommend   Empire   and  Black Bear for quick profit.  Ohas.   Estmere,  , Mining.and StGck Broker.  B. 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I'll   I' |  Shlll'.ll'll     .1 Ill's      1.IVI"      .'! "I    "I   "I ll' !  All siicii slionlil loinu   lli.il    Mr.   Kiii^  Kind Words From the Queen.  1 Loudon.���The Queen received  with joy and thankfulness the  happy news of the relief of Ladysmith. accomplished by the  troops under command of Sir  Kedvers Buller. Her majesiy  telographod her congratulations  to him and to Sir George AVhite.  This was accidently omitted from  yesterday's Court Circular. The  following is the text of the dispatch to General Buller:  ������I thank Clod for the news you  have telegraphed me. and I congratulate you and all under you  with all my heart."  The dispatch to Sir George  White read thus-  ������I thank God that you and all  those wiih you are safe after  your long Dying siege, borne  with such heroism. I congratulate you and all under you from  the bottom of my heart. I trust  you all arc not much ovhaiisied".  Sir George Wliil�� sent the following reply:  ������Your majesty's most gracious  message has been received by me  with the  deepest   gialilude   and  w ifh enthiisirisin b\    the   I roops  An)'   hardships   and   prii'alioiis  (Limited.)  TORONTO.  Have !N"o Hesitation,,  About Writing  For Samples.  li.iyin^- Irom sunij)],.. and ���ii-fttiiiH ,{.'noil- i'\;ic;  mail order rusiuinui-'s jn-ivilfu^ at .iJ] titnr--. Jf i:  aru noi uwordinfr lo saiupli.- i.-ho-on. it is your juiivii  our t'.xpuiisc. l-]\ery sud-nuai-i] siirroiind>-miiil ord  ilii; L-iisimiior.   .  Send Name and  Address for  Catalogue.  -mm' .t- -iiuiiili i- ini-  .���I- i,.-.)i]j. n ihai ^n.'ii.'-  .- to ivrirn s.uiii' .it  '.n-iiiLT. all in Jioo'- of  Samples.   New   Silks   and   Eress   Goodv Ready 1-7aw. ,ci.' -, ir  .iciihvss j), ( \uiaila lr<"- of i-h.ii n<'.    .\dili ijs- .Mail > ndi r Di-o.i; i iiu'Im  w.  A,    MURRAY  i7 \<> '��~ Km .   sili 1   1 ".!���.!.  A    CO.,  >\> n, Hi ( 111)!!"!!.  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McBride Bro  9  ��  ferk-r1::.--'-   -i '-y3%^Ss  ^M'liM-' - %  THE LAIJCRWr STUCK" OK  HAUnWAKK in IOa-,1 Kooii-nay.  r  HEATiFMG  ���">*  COOK STOVES  ^ floayy ���.  no i uvjfui o  iuise,  and  i)i m -n,  V>o i >;s  U'lfliolesale  and  Plcfall  ,-iri' a hiindivd f iini  .\'i'U I. ill' I'd I-., i in  "i null ������! iii siniD.ii'h | i.>d ,'or by I ho m-in pa i h v and  Hid I. ivci- Ki'incil.N. ^hi's.-i splendid .,(,-j ],,-,,ci;l(i0|,    ,,|     om.    (()[|,.,.n.  sty's message  ^^ i|  inore to n.'.sfore both ollicer.s  ,���.l,i.-. -.mud .l.K.;,. i.,.i .mil ..  '��������>��;������'������! vf.iu- ni!i|o��-  Imililv lnilni lli.il iiisiii'cs pci-fi'd ln'ultli   ���  unit  Dm  rival, uiii.'i-u'y.  ��� Stoi'i.''.  Si,lil ill I In/ I 'iiiiii'or j  i-ompi'ii.sal-  np  and  do  and  '.men than .'anything el  so  i. i  i    Kinds   oi'   Pouilrv   and   (ici-ni.  Crnnbroul<  FOPIXIG  h\)ri   Sioa/a  Afo\'ia  ���War<hics  ���rtf  1 -f *_* f  l-v^i  ���_i-   ��� - -'  ^  ' , ,  I       t*  ��     , ^  <-\ '  .   '      'T;A'��  -.--'���'  ,.'  - ,t '  i  ' .'it  i'> THE PROM'KGI   )J-. l-'uiiT STEKLK. li. <\, -\L\JtCII 1<>, HJfm  z -ffEEWJCCSS -a Jts c��f sarr^arf'j  ��Jte $Jvo&p����f.ov  SAT  i> \ Y    M ^ ;  !l   1"  ���'l M:  nil    .) li     ICO     I'oU      ill     i I   ���'     -  'i \ i'i- and  wei'e (11 i.u ' ed  >:������. oral snip-,, including ihe  ocean liners Liraniii. l..i Nor-  madia and I'eniisylcania, i\<'iit  aground in New York harbor.'  Canadians Avenge Majulm. '  The London Times print*   the  following words of  praise  from  I'aardeberg:  ������The performance of the Canadians under an absolutely withering'fire, which caused them to  retire fifty yards until the engineers had dug trenches, was  splendid. The dim moonlight  and cloudy sky alone rendered  the enoinys tiisilade ineffective.  The Canadians held the position  until dawn. The greatest ad-  aro engaging tho Ijoers on their I miration is expressed for their  right Manic. So far the 1'oers (valor, and ii is tell that a new  have had no big sjuu.s in action. j era is opened up lo the empire  , General Biubaui'm advice to-f now that the Canadian.- have,  dav was most sat i.-faetorv.  After , avenged Majuba.",  marching and bivouac-king  over! ? ~"   'A.'  They    Wero     Cnziiiauiii*.  ��� What troops are those'���'"as!  =MG2JS��SSi3 NEWS  7KOBI  THE    TEANSVAAL.  Dordrecht. Cape Colony.March  I. -General Brabant'* colonial  division, after a night's inarch,  i.s now attacking the Boer- in a  strong position at La Bti-ehan-  gnes Xek. on the road to Dordrecht.  .Jamestown. March 4.���Later  ���The engagement is proceeding  with great vigor and the Boers  are gradually retiring before the  British shell fh'e from their positions. A heavy rifle tiro is being exchanged where the British  F  1    B-  ���re wi tiff  FORT-STEELE,  B.  C.  MANUFACTURERS     and      BBEWUIIS    Oh1    EXTKA  ^ 1  General iVlercHant  JLvicfwor- Dealers  AND  BEER  ��Ar-~> -.  PORTER  SOLD    BY  -THE -BARREL,    KEG  OR  BOTTLED  ��� gray dawn and  peered  at  itrenchmenis onlv -su vards  night, the force reached a strong  entrenched   hill.      Brab.uit   will  remain tonight  hi   the   captured  position,    although    the    Boer.-A"     R'  brought two good guns , into  ac- jriU- -!  lion'   and    made    a    determined |:nvW'  eilorl to retake theiio=-iiiou. The| suida''Nl  si\   killed ,et* t'Klt l,osUlon Jnsl before day 1  -'��� I light.,'"  "Send buta flagof truce," I  remieu An- gallant Cronje.   ���'It's'  Bottled'beer for family use* a specialty  'A OlJTSll?E ORDERS GIVEN STRICT i> PROMPT ATTENTION  ed Cronje. as he rubnod his eye.- (  'Tne.v  British Josses  wen  and 1"; wounded.  Dordrecht is about li'fiy  mile?  ioittii Of   Aliwal   Xorih   in   the .a]1 ort' with us ��"w- '        ' j  Stromberg district.    Jamestown!      - Spokesman-Heview,     ,  ia   fifteen   mile.-   north   of  Dor-_>    iri^ken in Tiuu-The I>. .x L. Kunil-j-  'drecht., <     ' , siou will s-uivly euro,, iho mu^i .-eriou< j  Dr. -Leyd.-  deufc-   the .report AirVeiion-. of tho  hmsr.-.     Thn:   "run >  ������itiey  are  Canadians,";      . ,,,,,-,-, > ,-irnT,''A\t   nil a n A MTPPH    '     p. O. box 8  ibultepi,   ���Wlthoyrush-f^Allbb'AU'lIOiN   (jUARANfLLD  telephone no  ~Z      Manufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber.       A large assort-     ~XZ  Cr  ^ '        ment of seasoned Lumber and Shingles always ~��  5^ on hand. r3  ��3- ��� ' ' =3  2�� . DIMENSION      LUMBER     A     SPECIALTY. 3  J      WflSft - - - B G.      I  ^iUiiliiiiUiiiiiiiiUiliiiiiiiiliilVUiiiiillilliiiiUilitliiliiUlliiiiK  TRAVELLERS  ' r ' 1 '  1 ' J d H  DON'T,' FORGET . *     , '    ' t  n      i  f" I ,   l ' , I  The Steele House  Sick & M,utz, Prop's.  ���^T's  rtiiat the, Boei  siege of Mafeking.  Loudon. .March ."1.��� The Morning Po.st ha^ the   following  dis-  p'mieii    l.rom  "A^foiitein.    dated  AJai-oh ;J:    General French made  a reconnaissance today  and, en-,  countered  the  enemy   in  force.  They 'were  occupying   a   table  shaped kopje.    Shots   were   ex  changed, the Boer guns  re]dy  iiig. ^ ���  '\ fibre i.s increa.-ed ditticulty in j  ,   telegraphing.     A.s the army ad-j  vauees     through 'the    euemy'.s!  , country forage for tho horses", is  almost unobtainable on the journey.     The whereabouts  of  the  .enemy i.s not exactly known, but  mobile commands  are   hovering  about our army.'    \Vo expect opposition at"Abrahanf.-s Nek,three  ' miles oasl'ol' Paardeberg, 'where  General .louberl,  i.s  reported  as  collecting a large force from the  whole of   the iLady.siuilh   forces  ���wiili    ihe   north    eastern,   Free  Slaters.  The Moor priswiiers captured  al Paardeberg numbers -I.Olid  men. About :!,oiiij of them are  on their way to Cape Town. The  pressure 611 the rolling stock" is  enormous. Il is reported that  the liner, prisoners made an 1111-  ,surce,s.-ful attempt to e.scapo  Ironi llie train. Eleven hundred  of Cronje's -have been placed  temporary on the British steamer.-, Mongolian au'd Manila at  "Table I-Jay.  General Cronje. on bebjail of  his party, and Coinmaiidant Wol-  uiai'onson In-half of the other  -I.ODO prisoner*, v.! 10. have all  now tell Modder ri\-or. asked the  British olricer-. to 'thank Lord  Roberts for the kiudnes.s and  consideration whb which ihey  have been treated.  ���Both Kruger and Steyn have  delivered .stirring addrn-se- to  their  followers.  have raised the ^tiv-"' c-omiiii"ti. tho afior ettorts t��f :i  heavy void i- ijuiekli I'miiuorai-U'il.  Manufacuiivil li\ il:o l\ivU iS L;r.i-  I't'iK'o C\>..'Lui.  CARLIN   & DURICK  -   TO    THH    HUB.  .Vrifft.jcr^iii*  Bo^on.  1 love thy elu.-sic fhatie,-. v    ���  \yhere a ruiiuimutn. sioiv. of K'linmi};  l~ emhaluieii in .uiciont maid-.  , 1 love thy ut'iio'vOii iiy-w.iy?.   (  With their strange, hi.stoi-ic souiie-.  F>ui 1110-i of all. old town. I low  Thy pork and 'ouan-.       '    ,     ".  z- ' Harvard  Lampoon.  Squaring Oft".  ������ I see England is sending her  nobility, to the front now. as targets for thd? Boers," remarked  the man with bushy whiskers.  ,' ���'���'Which, "replied tli.cinau with  the monacle, '������merely carries out  my sta te.uent that England hasnjt  really begun.to tight yet. She's  only just putting up her dukes  now."-Philadelphia Press.  Big Order' Quickly Filled.  The John E. "Roebling's Sons  Co.. Trenton, N. .]., have completed a large ordor for the United States government, amounting to 2-00 miles of galvanized  Norway iron wire, Nos. u and 14  guage. and weighing 440,000  pound.-,., This order was entered started inspected and shipped  inside of ten days, every coil being accepted on rigid examination by the United States inspector.^ /J'he shipment was directed to the chief signal officer at  Manila, and  went  on   the  Java  i-'eb. o. '__  Dearth of Miners.  The Nelson Miner says that  1 here is a dearth of miners in  Kooteqay as is being evidenced  Over since the Slocan trouble  was adjusted,.  Telegraph Brevities.  The Canadian artillery have  started for the front.  A serious revolt among ."joo  convicts caused trouble at Cairo.  ftgyp*-  Admiral Dewey ha.- appealed  his prize claim-, ca.se.  A warm C'on.servaiive meeting  was held at Van'-uin er to di.scus-  the campaign  The Kentucky -enate ims ap- 1  liropriated sl.ooii.000 to hunt!  down (Joebol's murderer ���  :;A Tlie d.eraili'ng'oi:',-r(;- "P'. li.'e.x- i  I'.iress near -Toronto caused :.'."> I  persons to be injured ' ���  Six   persons   were, burned   to j.  death'in   a.   New   York   lodging:  .'house lire, on Saturday. ' |  ,T\vo men   were  carried'down j  Tho Trail smelter is shipping  largely to Chicago refineries,  say? the Nelson Tribune. Three  carloads containing twenty tons  each of matte wgnt through here  yesterday to the windy city, and  several .similar shipments were  forwarded last week.  Wu claim ihsil The D. .^ I-. MunUiol  I Master- vi ill cure iiiniliiii:i>. Iiuukiiclio.  si'i,iln%i. in- neiii'iilyii- pains i|iiii;lrcr  than an.\ utln-r icnii-'ls. Made by Davis.  .\   Lavvi-ein-i* ( '()..  Ltd.  ;00000,,*w%'**<*0^****>'**>000000  5 A QUICK CURE O  FOR COUGHS 8  ind COLDS  The Canadian Remedy for lilt  THROAT and LUNG AFFECTIONS  Large BoltlcB, 25 cent*.  O  DAVIS A I.AWKICNCi; CO,, Minltc-tl.     q  I'mji'i. i'ci'iy U^vit:' J'Jl'i Kllicr.        .- O  O     Kcvr York,-' Montreal     O  GENERAL  Fort  Steele,  Sole AiiClltS for the  MERCHANTS  ���Eest  Kootenay.  First  Class   Brands   of   Liquors  and   Cigars.       Head-  , quarters'   'for      Mining      Meii.        Commodious  Sample   Rooms.,       Best   Cuisine   in, the  fVVesJ:.       Modern   Conveniences. ^  Home   Comforts.  D. 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Fort Steele  Meat Company  G  IrlvESIl   and   SALT   MEATS  ALWAYS  ��� ���, . '       ..,>:.        ���'   on hand.; ���:���      . t ';  B.0BS0N & ROUERS, Prop's.  Fresh llaliluit,.   Salmon, Salmon Trout.;  Bologna  Sausage,.  Bulkier and Eggs.    Fisb and Gaine in Season. >  Addross Edgar A. Hill, Manufacturer, 94-96 Wendell Street, Chicago!Riverside Avenue  Fort Steele, B. C. <t.  j$i:-*fti-*���*- "li -�����*- -*#i--�����*.-��f *- >4*..��4��. .***. .��#��. .���ii-. ��4��. wti. .��>������.  ,   ij.�� y$,��A"*.f.* ;*.$* >$."��� ^5." *:fy"4$y '.fy yfy *,{.���* ���>$*' yfcy'^$y �����$? <tfy  ^i^di i*i-i$i-��'4i--*'��*��� ���*y*- it*- ���'��*'.-*'6*. -8��- ��'$���-  *ty *.*.*; -flfy -**y -*#y ***y >t." >f.��� -ify -*.��y i$y *fv  ���*i?-��tr ���' <'   ���.. ������ '' ���  M.-*#: .,'������"  .-**.��- ��9r        V,. ���     ��� '. ��� ������,   .1    ;. .  ;��*&��& ���'  ;*��'.-i*.��-  'SS??;? . ,'���  4fei��i     :  ���>#��. .*$>.  sftUJi  �����.*r ������.!.�����  THEPROSPECJTQR. 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'i-;.lvj'J3a:|  :':���'..!���. ���"���^���VoAi^j'  '���; ".���-������".���^^vS  ���'.' ;-/4"'���������-'���������'  ..���/.���I'-.'iiij-'SS*;*  .:,.:���.; ^#i.^',i  ,;L>.i;c;.viA!A  ;irWf  ',.: ^..AAff  .'...���n:. i:';:.''.  ���V/v? ;v^  V' ���'iaVi-o.'..'  ��� :.|''i" "���-������"  ;:'::'V,:A|If'  ������'���'. i7:^-'^  "A|sfe  ��� v.;,-\-..'vi:-\:':,v  A^-S'-  ;���:,..'���'���'������ ,;!AiA|  '���' '^:��A  ��.:��� v.--'.;'.;.^'s;  ���i.'"..''.'-'!:*':"1'  ���'���/m -" -\:.  i...?-'-'V^''Ail::.  -.    ���.'���:i/^"'':r:  r;. .-,��.!'������.'.**; 1  ������ ������'v5j..'.'.''-i-v''  .������'.'������.JrlS.-'-j.'S  ;A:A>-^  ���'.:,. ;fe;>A  ��ORf|?prEElf;|iSAt^^^^  ow:rifi^p;  ��s  ���v'S^  ;<--!^l  A-:;'AiA'. .^  QlioiGe Resident  Titles Cxuaranteed.  and Business lots from $  lairs  tQ.-;^  A'  1A  ��  -��^��     '      Jf  p JS ��  r  ���^  ������ I  ��  �����  r~"^ THE PI!USPK<Ti��H.   FORT STEELE, B. I'.. IJAJICH  0 ,i.  Tll.O     f[?i\i?t?  T-'i 1 ' i V  S-j* Vl  lis1.  ill  U1!  bUli!Hl6h)i5  C  UfllldUlQI!  (HEAD OFFISH T0R0ST0.)  Raid     up    Capital     $6,000,000.  Ho:%. ��j:o. A. C'i>x. Pr.-ideiit.  i'.. 10   Walkuk. den. M.in.  m-  GOLD DUST P-UROHASBD. HONG KONG DRAFTS SOLD.  EXCHANGE on all par to ol the .world, bought, and sold.  ' A London Agents--The Bank of Scotland:  Fort'Steele'l' Craribrook Branches  V ���-:''.*;������ ���������:a- A Jr'-W.H A SMYTHE A MahagerAi'A,V^.-A:,;.-A.-''^:';A:;;',':  @^e l^vo^^c^v.  SATU'KDAYA MAKCH 10, 1900.:  LOCAL NEWS NOTES;  ���"Win.  Carlin  returned, from   a  ���!'trip''   to ; CalgaryA oiA' Saturday  ������last:"..'.''..���.-������:'..��� . : v ;���:. ..��� .-  . ., ;��� ��� -;:���;,:-������* .  '":������".A Now. fe'''A-lie'T-'inie;,'i'o;iu5in're.,'''R,e'-.  ,:A'member the'fate of;-.th"eA tntei-ua-;  tkjnal Hotel.iand c-alliat Once dri:  -:A-,'-';a^;;;AA'Be^  ���"' AAAVgentIrriperiai ItisuraueeCo.  ,. '���:������:,.- A.A'A,A ���a: ...Aj'.aa;,...��. K:. :,:. :, . ���.a;:;:,,; v;,  IvIaAMaEI^  A -coAPlaiHS.'arrivedAirtowh :SatiirA  A^AATli6re,,'isAa^  :ArSome:%ood;:re] iable, ;p;u;shihg;ci;ti;A  ;��� A;zeAi"Ao secuve��� AlleAigency- of the  AAlniperial;' ;LifeA Assurance ;.'pomA  ;c ���'-pariyt by.Aippl\niig Ao Ahe^P;ray hA;  AA'cial. ���Mariageiif'''^t..WA^/'!:::'S^,^ar|'  AAafc:Vancou,verA:A7"~ r r�� 'A!:A;A~!.A'A;'i'  A':/ ,' NOTICE. ���;/���;���    ,'  v ,Xotti-e is hert'by yivcn that, ail application  will:, be  uiiidt; to tlie Xofixlatiyo Assembly of  the Prbvinco of, UriUsh.Coluinbiu  at 'its..: next'  .'session,. for an  Act to,,/iicoi'[)onlto a Couipiiiiy'  Vith'ji&wer, to.'construct'., equip, maintain .and  operate'it iinc'or.ihius of teluptioiii-.-plectrli-nl  works, power houses generating jilaiit'-'inid 'all  such other appliances   as an-  uccessai-y  and  propf'r for'thcfc-'ueratiqi; of olt-cti-icfity orothur  "power iin'cl tri'i'nsu��lttini; the same,  within   and ^  throughout  the District'of East Ko'ottinay'aiid 1 :r.  various Townsitesi!u jjhu s:i1d';. District  .-isftho!,'  e-ompaiiy'from'tmit'.to UiiVo:dotc-rinJnoK('lwHl .-to}."  i  A l.iimiiii. ii.iiiH' for Tie ( n'.-.i. . '  M il��\,ml;t i- o ?���>!. I'.in! f t:ii]..,o , i;iiov n .  ill o\ i ;��� ilii' I nil. n a-, llje Cie.i* I'.iil-'  i\:iy i-'liiliiny ' the "I'ihhii, Eti'iiinl. ' '  ��� i j in-, cvci'v day and niylM ln-lv. .>i>n .si.  I'.t'l! am! Oliii-.i^o, .niil Omaha and  ('lik-ujro. "Tlie only jici-feei train-, in  tin-world." UndiTiiiinil: < 'ounr ction->  urc; made vviili All Traii-^-ontincnlai  Lino. aa->uriii>{ to )iiu-3i'ii<roi> the lie^i  .-crvicc known. Ijiixuriou.s oo;t<;liii.->.  (dectric, linlit-, sU-.tiu lu-at. of <i Vt-ril v  c-qu.ilud li.V n<> olhor lliu-. .   '  Sec thitt your tivket road-. \ ia "This  Milwaukee" whon so'11" ����� any point  in the United States',, or : Canada. All  ticket agents ,soll thc'in'. ,.'.'���'';  For rates, .juimpklets or  other   infor-  'm'ation,,'address,       ":<<������������ ������'.���';������   "    ' ,  ,'  J. W,. OASKYy A '. "'tAJ.VKDIM-A ������',A:':';:'A  "-,'..   Trav. l'ass..���AjcU.o Oenoral Ajs-'eni....' :���.  .'".;��� - seavi;tije, ;\vXsit.�� t'OKTi.ano, oh.  , J^r   'Ji-r  $'r SiLr'iiU.i^^j.  J&- iifc   Vl/     j^C-  *Xr  �����'V f ' l'4- ifetV  ^ ii- i'i- .<&��� ^i- l&r   ji'- i'4,   '.JJf- i��r  i,\ .-.���*. i*t\ti=X. 7i< /ft ?K ^?\ /��<. ?iZ Txn. Jf.^.< ^.V ?<fC in ?A ?X #K^K 7& ^rk ^\ ^ TTi.  ^'^ . i -rv  j?ort Steele-  GEARY   & A DOYLE.:  1  J  o.. Ltd  �����  Profess  NORTL*   STAR   LODGE  :'"A IMIi'J' STi.;i.I.i     IS (  :co. 30.  A.  F. AMD A.,M.       G.  R. B. C.  'ff��H��il.ir   m"itinj;s- 1st   Tut-Mlay   in   cacc  month at curut o cluck.     Vi-,itm^ Itiullu-in are  (���(udi.ill;,- invited  A   \V. 1!i.easi��:IjI. Secretary.  FOIll   STKKl.K   UKVKI.Or.MKNT.SYNDlCATK Ltd  KW i^cadunlMll Sln-<-i, Loudon. Xn^land.  N. A. WALLINGER, FORT STEELE.  \A A       POpT OFFICK ��OX S.AA     ������>"    A'  r  ; Liveru, Fecu & ��ale .Stable;;  A'A"'''.-' ^V'rtStAo'lo Hi'C"'������''��� A^A;" ;,'���  ,.:, 'Ke^iifiir', Daily." Sia^iv meeGA Vill  trains at Fort Steele .1 uri'tttiou.  . ���.';.'_..,  /���i7()rtA.SteeI!ie:i''^i, Graiibrook'" '^r :i  Wli61esale and Retail  K&f ���  DEALERS IN  cohstrii'ct, maiuiaiii.'.'and: operate������' the '.siVm'n  aiontj the sides of. and 'icross or uucler;iiu.v liJKli-  way/stroeis, yubliebridges or any such places  In the saiuDistrictas.tlie C'omiiaiiy ifom tune to;  time'deteruiiries and to ;c'ousi:fuct7;i: erect, and  ttiaihtaih '������'���s'ueii.': and,.:so;,inunj-'-.,;'iioles'iiilil:;o'thor'  iworks^iud devices a.i; the Company,. Ueeuis.ue-;:  ceswir.v .for 'ni'ii'Wi'u&i ciuriploiing; suppqj-tiii'p.^us-  .jii^'A-iwltliigl: oyoratiuir Anil., amintatnini,' the  systemorcoumiunitfntfon.by telephone lir^'leJA  trical ���vvori;s.j>owe,rhouses.''genl!j-ii tins plautiiuct  other appliance*, and to open or r>re.;.l; up tsny'  SADD.LE&-  ^^KiMOK^KsA  l.l-lA.HlNrt-'Or'Al.i; Kl.MiS.v'Sl'KClALtV'  m  fe"&:;  A A'.' -The .poi'u m b i'^:<fc.-,;,\7e:st:6r- n ' ra il -  -vATTfey was formerly: taken over bv  ���:A ihe"Ci-, P. R'.;"last',w.��e:k;,.' ;'f;'; < ,<:;.A";  V:AJ��� .������i-Mrsi)-. ;E.a JA-ftGamiA^>vJi6A:;,went  ;'^ast-a couple: of:lw.64%.,.^l^6j:.;"��;Ve-:  .-ptur:netl;-'i^  ��� ; by'fK;AdauglitGiAAK> :y*;:'..��� A-.,.-;   '��."  part'.br partsof said highways pi- st'reets.asoftpii-  i��s the said,.0oaibany its ut-enls. officers oijwork-  :ihea.thiuk;pr6peivaad for the .p.urposi'v'of tu",.  _      ^  UEderutfe'injjjto, jiurchase^aAl"'^^^-'**'?1?1?.'!.'''.; A .'AA'A.A A.AA.V::rA.\AA.:AAAA-:''!:i .���;���'���'.  hold'and sell and dispose-of brjsurrea^^ ::-:vv^:^;':pi:. '"v  bundiu^pr.tjaettienti. wiihln^e'iiuiits afore-1! Tiii\VareAGalvailized>IrohA^H(iet  ^id:aM:Jopurvhas��or::easeA;f0rJ.any.'te'r^  j��fa'rb\''.anj-..��le3)ho.ne..UBe_'es:.tah.Ush'eA^P  ^tabl,i|h'^|n'\B'riU^ Colu'inbl^ ^;A':-':;AA-;;'A'A''���:'  to he connected with the tiheswhicc' the C'om- ) ..A- A AAA:'/ "'���'"'���'-'.'; ":���"'��� ���''/    A'''- '��� i'A':~AV AA'A  jpaiiy uiay: construct and to purchase Jor;leasei  ;,.^s! '���:".':.''/A.'i':;.: . A.';.. .,':".;.'':."<,;. ,'.;.A:.,  AA' 'A  .:.|,]G'RO.GEBIES;:A:;g  ',���:���'''"''������i^:GRbGkEBV:  ' 3Pt-'  *  �����������  MENS   FURNISH  :T.HOIAS:;Mc|;IT;TIEj  ;i,;''''A^Fort'Steele':B:C.'.'';V':;;;';  : ir:L.  CUMMlkS:.  ' ..  *  :���':''!:? A  ���  , ', '!_'          i,    ..  y.-'[-yj*yp,l&,  '-'!>���'  6'.  �����!���,.������: r  A'..'--;:;rA;.'.  Fort :"Steeie;'B.:.b.  " A  ������.������', A  W. It. Ross.  IT."W. IlEKOHMBa.  ross & he;rg hmer.  Barristers :'- A: A"-A, ^Solicitors  NOTARIES PUBLIC  CONVEYANCERS. A-  Sfn  ���:MH rSieeleVJi., 0;  :'BooMs,i?an,||A;.sHibES;  :v'!;.,��.;;H.;:Polleii;weiib:fo  ���:������ Monclf ly.' A'', ii [ A ";v:; t. A '-^' A-':';vAAiA'y'^'"  i.Vft.V   ;.  .,-'-  AA^-A^AA^The^Asiilewa^c-  A.A-���'SlA^bateclAfN.o\y"��jdewiilkS'are tallcA  ''vi;:...^iA:^:.'of^oiAs(?Ycu-aA  ;i;^ifi.Ai;'^6i;e^.men'tione'dvA5;'^A^^  ��'Si:'^!1^'^;'A'fc:'i;;^  A:i* AA^SQa ^; "^  ;* t A: A V'lf ail ca 1: g ;:>?i s iis|o^&iiiily^:j0pur?:  Vfe4:';$tA^  !';VAr':';^^;^'ttenclin^  ���fft^^tivG^Xhiyj^''^-^  ',0,: 7iiA '��� O.A;A^^lin';HSK : ^l;tV1''ccl: ���'���'for.  a Winder in ereA'iw  ATiiesclay lasf tb:lppl\:;afteiA some  ���'.' hiiii'ingAiif;orAsts;A)ii'l-to.rse Tlii.e'f''  ������-���.Sr6c.l\."���'���'���;;"��� . ���? .! A': '��� .A-     ; ���''"'���''.���'  ���'���' 'The \MincrsA Qiiioh^ Of :Moyie'  will Agive a grand.-.ball. atA.Mcv  GregbrHa.^, .Moyio, on,flie evening Of iMarcli l(i. ".���"    '   a A.  A',' 'Wii.lv' the. 'C-oiTiple'iiori bl'Atlie  . ���rii-il\vay..the'. towiiAof AKimberley  ? is-going. ahead : af: a rapiuA rale  and bids fiiiivto be one of tlie big  ;mihing'''.towns...��� of,'JEast. KOote'-  ���:Vwb\Sy :'a -''.'.f'A^A'r::. ,..'.':  '.'  ������A ��� G rassiclc & Ijenipsey .have .bev  gun work- on the,:new hotel. :The  frame wi,l  !time. ���'" Aa:  be set;up  in',, a  short  A ,L :A.'Harvpy .aecdra^anied J.  C. ��� Drewrv- on a visit to the Old  Abe."   ���, "���.   v. '.'."^A A   . ;.     .  for any term of years the i igh; of the compaay.  to consiruct'iKiu inaiiitaiainyAiiCh tetephOQc,  line and.t'o:ahiaisaniatei tvithorleaseits line���or.  llnesbr.abp'i^rfSdH''bV:i^'rti6ns:th^  compariypbssei-siug asproprietcr anyrline of'  telephone cpmmuhicatioh conhectins"'��� or. to be  connected witn'ther^ii'idX'��).m^n.[M'linc:or'lJnesr  aiid ;tb.ac(iuire,;iands, ^bduuses," privilefres: or,  other aidsfrbrisany'persoii or'body norporate;'  andAithaHbthtAusualvnecessarybi'' ificiaeh-:,.__:,,. ,���-.,.,-��� ,." ;;..;...'..:..::., .���:,,:':���::���.::'    .:.r..-&i-.'���:, ���.:...  'tar!��U$^'po^:.orA^  iiece^sary:or,iriciderital.tothAat,tai.nuieni'6^  abov};'objects or any of them:;;���::}';.:/.    '  ' ������ *'-������'���  B UIL DIN GS H E AT E D a nd VENT IL AT ED  Plunfbirig,-;;Pipe; ;fittii^  ;?AAA''kirids''.'bi;;;sam^  AiriTiglitSfiothBlast Stoves-!;  i'1^���'-  iCiant^^A^bwderA'.;";;'  Fuse   and   Caps  "m.  'Fd^t:'Stfeei^::A'^'^^��^  Hi*  Dated: thislst: day of March.; 1900., A" ���", 4'.:';;  ,^:'A''HAk\-EY:*:McOA:RTER.::';;;Ai  !':/,;,::...:.:  So!ici.tors:f6'r'the;Applicaht.s  1 '- The new Kqptoiuty Ciub'.bviild-  ing is goiiigi ahead rapidly., The,  ���framework-,- is. all iip. and iii about  foitr.wepK's theAcliib' ;..will "inaug-  urato.its ivew quarters.   ..'.-,. ���.''���. .'A"  ' .A ne\v.,to\vi'i'.iii -tile' Boundary  country^ has . been.' ol'iri.stened  Ladvsmith:  W. K'J Kos,s'; went to 'Fernie on  Tuesdav .returning  on '."Wednos*  dayA. ,'.;:> A_^A:       .���'���      J  S. D. Pumpeliy of LuUe' creek  was in town on.Mondav.    :    '.  JAG. tD]-ewr\- Of lAossland'  rived  last. !���'  in  the ��� c.i.tv   oii   Tuesdfiv  . Qharles Ariiistrbng returned  to Port Steele' oii Sunday . last  after-a visit of sevei-al. months at  Toronto and other eastern cities.  Mr. Armstrong says he" i.s glad  to get back-, that   l''ort;  Steele'is  O ��� '. . '.i t..  .���  good enough'for him. iA  .'';"��� 'Notice,is hereby l!i\:sw that an:,applicati6n  :Aiil:':be'-macie::"tA'the:t'i^egislaUyc:A^  :thc.Prpyinc^:ot.Bi:itishAcolunib^  Session: fpi-: ti'ii''; Act;' t pjipcgrporat'e': .iii'-., Com pail}-;  \vith povveV iovconstnict.'A'ip.aXlip,v^  ���6'per:ito3f(jieptifancAa.'riU-''tsl(;^a  anil t,lu'oiitdiout.alithe:cHues,:to.\v-ns,.inuniciKai-_  .itlCs"'������ andA^districts'Aof'A111^' uiainland; ;,of  the "province A ol A liritish ''': '^Columbia,. \ and-  to" '���; constrvict,:"' erect. '."���; and ' .maintain'.., such  and so many pdles and,other works and devices  as"'������. thi'sj Company'.'ileiim;. neeessary.for maltiiiK,,  coinpliitiiib'.svipportirijjr, u'sinyr.ivvorking.operat-'  ,intr 'aiid miiintaiiung the system of communication ;l)y, telephone;.!,"ii"d ��� iclogrsfpii/ari'da'o open:  or .breakuil)   any  part  or, parts of thfi ^aid;  liittlnvays'oi- streets; ;Cs ofteii as.' the .said Com-.  piuiy its'.aiiouts. ��� prticers ',or: workmen",.think  proper iuui for the purpose of the:' imdcrtakint'  to nurchiise. aciiuire.lease. oxpropriaie.hold and  siell and dispose of lantls, tmildinjrs or toheiuents  within Hie limits aforesaid,: and to .purchase  or lease, i'ur any termor yeiirsl any telephone'or  telefirapli .line established or tojie established  in Uritisir Columbia cqunected. or to.becon-  nectedi,with the ;line which UicCqmpany. may  'cbiistrupt, and tpanial'tramate with or lease its  line orlincs. or any portion or portions thereof,  to'any company 'possessing, as proprietor, any,  line:;of telephone or telegraph communication  connecting, or', to be connected."'Willi tlie' said  Company's line.-or.���lines: aiid to'borrow money  for thoipurposes of the Comiiauy,.and:io piedRe.  or morm'ag.e any of the. Company's -assets- for  tluuiuirpose. and to receive bbnuses.or'priyil-,  pgos from any' person, or body corporate/and  with ail,other usual:' necessary or incidental,  rights, powers!' or privileges ' as 'mayibe.nec'es-  sary or.iiicidental toclieattaiument'Of the'above  object^-or any of them. '  , Dated this' 1st day of March. I��00. ..',.;.  .'   ''"',.     ������ ':,   OA'LY'&'HASIILTOSV,   ."''���:���  "��� ..-.; : .'������'���':.'   u Solicitors for the Applicants.  A,,SPJECIAIJ:l:AT^ENTlfc)X|P All),  jQBAAyQKK.::A-AAAA;A:AU;/A::;fAA':i:!  :.."'',-;'    .NOTICE.',.,.-,, .';���-,.. ..���; ������;"  "Take notice thai 1 have made application  t'i.i the Honorable The:Commissioner of Lands  arid'Works for a special licensi tociit timber  on the Crown Lands liereinaftcr more particularly described situate, near Klk Kiver about  two .-niles north,',o.f Pernie iii the; District of  kast ICooU'na'y: Commencing at a post !-i mile  north from the N'. \V- corner of l.ov.WM": thence  west'A-a mile:' thence south one half a mile:,  thence ,wi'-m. P,'miles: '.Thence south ?j or. a  mile:, tli'eiice east'l,,|i' miles: thence 'north ��� I,if  mllosi. to place, of beginning. Cpn'tiiiulng HW  ari'i'.s more or less.       '   ,    , :,     .'  ���..'. A'lKNKV HOWAI'JD.'  Fernij.ii. C March ��th. IWIO.   .   A  G.co:''.S;''McCiirte'r.'.'.;.,.'-,:";(,:,:,,,: A,.l5 A.'Harvey'--':-'  Barrislcrsi ^Solicitors} ^Nfiturieii: J^ablic^f  ;.Gb?irc^foi;cie)w:c{c:::A,A;.-:,!:.A;A:'''':  V:-:::,:':..AA;FPka';''STEiSLB^'BA0;.i'^:ffWi  A:.kEVELST6lCE'STATrbN!andbbLD^  co l lectio' n saA p rcwm pt l y-A m a b e i'A  ^^Q:u^asfe;��0^ai^:::AA  OFFICEAiKiverstde^Avenue. S' A;^A  2fcx^DbMjofBieag<JeW^  ^A|j;llip,i|ifil  %V5^,  ���'.������"���'ii  w::A  :��� 'v  '::,.  Mi  ���^  -����;i  MINING; BKOKEK,,  JXOTAKY"PCBLIc;:AAr. ���-::  CANADA'S    NATIONAL    HIGHWAY  America's Great TranscoiitjinentatLiiie  '���: ���.>,,;���.',:,:''Aand.'.the?: ...   ;.,',-,.:���  World's Pictorial Kpute  CJivos (.lie uniy clirecti.sei-\-k:e from' ���'"  A    HOT CHEAPER  CALGARY FLDUR  BUT BETTER THAN ANV other  'rtioRitv.   \V. dandier ol' fidss-  land is exper:fed   will   {ire.-if.li   in  the   Prii.sbyf ('rian ��� (,'liiirch    luire j  tomorrow afternoon af ���'! o'clock, j  All an*..cordially invited.  Get Your Seeds.  R. C. MillcrrecjiKiSfs those of  liis customei-swlio l.ntvo not already given���lheir orders.for field  seeds they ���require ��� fo, do so at  once, to enable liini fo complefa  .his list. This i.s j^rood chance for  tiio.se wishing to ohlain reliable  seeds at. a low price. ���  Don't forget fh<i dance   on  evening ol'ilie l.Uth inst.  (ho \    Thos Slarbird camO- down from  i Windermere On 'Phursdays stage.  Aa 'To all Points a   ; ;:"a';::  EAST;;:'^na. '/WEST  First Class Sleepers  �� on all Trains  TOUrtfS^lv:CAf::S |iiiHs:M(j(licine';Hiil.  '���  Daily for,Si... Paul.; '��� Sundays and  Wednesdays for Toronto.    l/Vidays  A lor Montreal and Boston. A'      A" ,,  Westbound Daily Train Eastbound  S..'J.'! loaves Fort'Steele .let.' loaves l.'t.iS  ii.10, ���"."        Cranhroolc     ..',r    f.'!:'0.l  , Gonnects Tri-weekiy   at Mac-  leod    for Calgary and Edinohton,  aiid  Daily  at  Medicine Hilt for!  all .points1 East.������'���''���;., :���   .     ��\\  . Connects Daily.'at Kootenay Landino;  foi- all points' in 'West Kootenay, Sloeaii  and Boundary. Districts, and for 'Parilie  ���Coast and Main lino Points via Kcvol-  stoke. .  A" ��    . '." A   ���  . ,  I'Phroiigli   Tickets ^Issued; aiid  f'aggage C^Ih.'cIcihI fo!:l.)estiiia.fi(.)u.  CHEAP RATES to the OLD COUNTRY  For   rules  and'full   information   ad-  dress nearest 'local aj��i:Nt, or-   ,,  CENTS  ^dress;,^j.;;^A   ^Jecretary   Empire   Miniilg   do.  -v;-;A;.''''::::-;'-^  :Ai:;:|K^  Miners going1 northward via Qande River Ron to will find it a,la.rg-e  '"'. fiii.vinga.ud conyonieuce to.procuro tlieir supplies at.. Donald.   A  SOLE AGENTS for  Keal listatie iiyi&.Genornl Agent;;::-':  ������A'^'AAA -A.., ,,A;V.'",.'';-li.:'��\.Aw;A::'A:-:''- - aA  A:WINDERMERE,4Br'vcAA;,^A: ':  Coj'T^'iO)ic7e)i'cp.!'.'i'(i/ic7/cS;':',,:'A' A'A'A . A:  A-AA;T.;: Hv' T A Y LORv. 'C^EJa^'a:  A    PROVINCIAL   LAND,; SURVEYOR    ''  , .,'   .,      ,- '.^  :-\ <-':: ' ...    .  ��� .   ;���'-.< '';:     ";.  .,  Sitrvej-s of, Mineral: claims, .Koads,  Minos,:-:ete. '��� ,"',Ai-A'vA'',:' ;: ���'.'���':���'" ;������';,���������-:������.-1  .���A'-'WINDJ^MERKAB^bAAv.:'.     .  .,AA���AA'A -AA" NOTICE..::,''>:_r-A;..AAA"A'  ���''.Miss'.'A; Mcfcfeish will transact busi-1  ness as'";Dress-.'Maker." iii;'.'tlie' town of'"'  Fort Steijle.and.wiltbc , pleasetl; tci  receive ordei-s from  now, ,otr at-Dylli;-,,  Neish's private residence;. ; Orders vyilf  be'iii'Oiiiptly. attended; tq:.. '.A.:^,-Af L.!A:.'A  .1. W. CUANK        F  Aii-t. Fori. Steele .let.  M. MKDIIUaST  ���Ajjt. Cranbrook.  VV. F. ANDIJPSO'V  ..... i-:. .1. cpvi'jo.':  T.I.'.A.. Nelson. ,A.(i.P.A.'. Vancouver.  Canton Steel Conipany  Windermere, Gplden and Donald  '   .      Mining Divisions.  Agents at Windermere for the California Giant Powder Co.  B.   F��.   COOK.  Livery,  Peed,  and   Sale  Stable.  Port Steele, B. 0.  T.KAMING OF ALL IvlNDS SOLICITISD.  HIGH WARDEN    &    SQN.  PIONEER  BARBER SHOP  Everything'Strictly First Cltiss.  Nari door lo ihe. I'ro.yievlor.  KIMBERLEY,, BAG.  - c'l.'lie' Finest': Liquors, and''  .'Cigars and   ftest-Fiirnishecl e  ItOonis in .Town;'       ..  J.   I.   GATES,   Prop.  A. vAXMAS ::-::���;  ''   ��� ���.:     '':!!���'���'���������'",:: .... ���       '  IS   NEAR    AT   II AND  bon?t Deiau  ���To   get your -Photo' taken  at once to send to .'your, friend.,  DpAOf     THE      A'A--'  F.l l)OU       PHOTOGRAPHER  PORT STEELE

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