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The Prospector Oct 24, 1903

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Array Lib)\vr\ o  f Lug As")  ..IU  LEAD   PRODUCTION   1902.  Was   a   Year  of Enormous   Con  sumption of al] Metals.  Under Iho influence of n'lower  range of prices for lend, assisted  in I he Rooky Moiiiiliiin disl rids,  by -low   returns   for   the accompanying silver,' soys Mr. Charles  Kirehhoff   in   his   report   to Iho  Uniied .Stales Oeologioal .Survey  on lhe product ion of lead in 1!>02  now in jiress. the lend mining industry  did   not.  prosper in li'Oi!  as   much   as   other   brunches of  metal    mining       The  principal  cause was 1 hat   in. tlio  previous  years a very large stock of -lead  -,-had _.accuinulated,.---' ThisJ' w;is=  .successfully worked oil' in   I!)()2,  which  was a year of enormous  consumption  of all   the metals.  The  slock  of  lead,   which   was  5;-1.7'!tf short tons nt the beginning  of  the  year,   had   been   carried  down to 11,of)." short tons   al   its  close. ���   '  The domestic production in  15)02 was 270.000,short Ions, as  against. 270,700 short 1'oiis ih 1iiOJ  and 270,824 short tons in liJOO.  The production'of refined lead  in the United Stales iii 1902, irrespective of the .source from  which i: wa.s drawn, amounted  to .'177,001 short tons, as' against  3S1,(588 short tons in 1901.  The apparent, home consuinp  he group consists ol 12 claims  and fractions  Last week" Professor N'. Lon-  haiu, an iron ore export from Si.  p-i  Iho inferos! of.-in enslern synd'i  cnie. lu ' nn interview with a  representative of 'Pin-; Puonimcc-  TOii Mr. Lonhaiu said that 1 ho  (|iinlily a nd'iniaiility of iron on  the claims was'good. Mr Len-  hain's report will he'watched  for willi inloresl not only by lhe  owners, bul by all who have  mining claims in lhat..vicinity.  DISTRICT MINING.  New Locations���Mining Operations���Prospecting for Coa1  and Iron.  Department of Mines-  We congratulate the Dominion  Government on its determination  lo assist the mining' industry by  establishing a federal department of mines. Tho necessary  vote was put through supply  last weelc.  NEWS OP THE WOULD.-  Miss Roosevelt Going* to Chicago.  j Gibson  'J1 ho m a:  tion oi'lead in 1902 was 8:3.7,-18:}  short tons, as against 274.020  short tons in* 1901, and 209.:-302  short, tonsin L90O. The domestic consumption ,was' greater  than ever before in the .history  of the country.  ��� The total value of lcad'imporl-  ed and entered for consumption  in this country in 1902 was  *j*li4S,0G*Vas against s;3(i4,4-}9 in  lHOli and $702,21*3 in 1900. ��� Tlie  lota! ' value of tlie lead exports  in 1902 was ���SO'Hi.OLO, as against  tffL'J.iW-J in 1901, and S4ii9.r>71 in  1900. Tn .'January, 1902, the  price of lead was advanced from  4 cents to 4.10 i'or moderate lots.  At that price the metal was hold  during the remainder of ihe year  Washington,, D. O. Oct. "23.���  Miss Alice Roosevelt leaves tomorrow I'or Chicago, 'where she  will be Ihe'gnc'Si, of Mrs. Preston  daughter of ' Mrs.  Nelson , Page. Miss  Roosevelt has timed ��� her visit fo  Chicago so that she-.can visit, the  horse- show,   and   word    comes  from the western met ropolis that  <" ....  many     .festivities     are      being  planned in her honor.      She-will  return,to Washington in time   to  serve    as     bridesmaid     al    Ihe  wedding of hor friend  Miss   Me-  Cauley.fd Mr.   Tnckor'nau   next  month.',  '   Skinner Going to Abyssinia.  Oc'l.   2H.���Robert  Kootenay Central Railway. '  Ottawa. Oct. 19.���The distance  of t.he Kootenay Central Railway  subsidized this year is ISO miles  instead of 100 miles as first reported. This adds $250,000 to  the amount, of railway subsidies.  The Kootenay Central Railway will -receive fri,200 per mile  from FTko lo Golden a. distance  of 180 miles, a, total of *:.9i\200*  Speciiil in Tin: I'ikisimictoii  Ottawa. Oct. 21 .-2-Tho subsidy  for the Kootenay Central Railway, 180 miles, at it*:!.200 per  mile has been granted.  Sullivan Re-organized-  The reorganization of ihe  Sullivan company on a bonded  basis is going ahead so favorably  that ��*)(J,000 of lhe company's  indebtedness on account of  smelter construction was taken  up this week, with the seven per  cenl, five-year first mortgage  bonds recently authorized by the  company. Tlie principal smelter  debt, which, with interest,  amounts to about �� 110,00.0. ��� is  due to 17 of the large stockholders, who agreed to 'accept bonds  at par. '��� ''  Appointment.  WV S. Keay, of Fernie, lias  been appointed deputy Collector  of Inland revenue, a.t Fernie.  Marseilles  P. Skinner, the Uniied Stales  consul-general al Marseilles,  (jvho is about to start,on a special  mission to King Menelik of  Abyssinia, arrived licro this  week from New York via Havre.  Ho plans to start on his Abyssinian mission early next. week.  lTo, will proceed by regular  steamship to Beirut. I'roin which  port he will he accompanied to  the'capital of the Negus by,a  small guard of United States  marines. Tho greatest interest  is manifested in his mission in  French commercial and political  circles.  B.C. at the Spokane Pair.  British Columbia carried off  t.he bulk" of the lirst prizes al. Ihe  8poka.ne'fruit fair.  Yinir won lirst prize lor t.he  lines! gold nugget.  Greenwood look'lirsl prize for  gold-si I vor-coppor ore.  Poplar Creole look- first prize  I'or the best exhibit of srold in  (piai'lz. and Slocan a second for  silver-lead ores.  Frank' Donovan- and Jack  Means have located a'-group of  three claims on Skookum Chuck  creek.  Marry Melton, Richard Holme  and J. Johnson have located a  group of six chiiins on Baker  Mountain. ll is said that these  claims have a large surface  showing.of hematite iron.  The International and "ITome.-  stake claims, situated on Phil-  lipps creek'have.boon located by  T-^;Wif=Lamborlon"' of ^-Tobac-co  Plains.  Snow-Shoe mineral claim on  Pyramid creek,1 located by F.  Fletcher, and the Copper Queen  by S. Hawkins.  S.    D.   rPnmpelly  has located,  the Sambo claim on Luke creek.  The Dixie, a copper  property  on   Skookum   Chuck*  creek   has  been loealed by Win,' Carl in.'  The Verde, on Copper creek  was located by D. Newell.  R.   Dempsey   has   loealed  the  Elkton on Big Sand creek.  i  oJust now Si. Paul people are  interested in the Bull river iron  mines.   ,  <�� i  ' i .  Gold never fluctuates.,below  820.07 per ounce: as fixed by the  laws of the leading nations of  civilization.' ' No gold producer  will sell ' at' loss price than the  government pays for the metal  iii unlimited'quantities.       ' '   ,  Mining operations have been  carried on quietly,- but, unremittingly in the Fort Steele district  There are.a very large number  of prospects, and a. number ol  developed mines, within the area  covered by tho proposed route  of the Kootenay Central railway.  Prospecting for coal and iron  is now being carried on lo a  large extent in Ihis district.  Zinc conceal rales have been  shipped from British Columbia  all the way to Tola. Kansas,  ���where tho Lanyon Zinc Company  reduced it to spelter. The railways charged ��10.70 per ton  freight upon' the shipment. The  zinc came from tho Slocan dislrict.  British Columbia should be  the source of the silver-lead mining   industrv,   and   its  reiininfi*.  oi'developing info a producing  mine. Prospecis are character  izefl as good or very good in accordance with the surJaoe showings they have. Rich ore al the  surface warrants the, ground n>  being regarded as good, or even  a'splendid prospect. ' The best  authorities while characterizing  a prospect as good, will nol  guarantee results with- develop  meiit.     Thev   may  report   that  "f .     ''  indications are favorable for ore.  bul none who value  Iheir  repu  tation would guarantee absolute  ly the opening of this ore.  GENERAL NEWS NOTES.  Liberal -Leader Select 1���Canada  Protests���Commissioners Won't  Sign,       <  ���  Silvor-le  York, (_>(  nd Q  uotations  New  t. L'.'i:  -Bur Sii  VOl'-r  .   .    i  1  !i!|-  Mexiuit  fjCitd ..  Copjiei  Spuliui  ti tlol  ttl on'.  X.').*i  ��� C20  lars  Od  1:.'.-,  rv, il  . 2'A.~  Uil:     ���1  i:i  ii  <i  .i  -.  ���KW  no.  Lot  eoi)|jur  spoiler  Silvc  Until.  r.   2H  JL-Ji  ��il:  :iil:  Market Conditions.  Another large purchase of silver bullion by the United States  government, amounting to 100,-  00(i ounces, was made at 00]  cents, ,.fhe highest price since  the' upward movement commenced.  At London the only depressing  element, of lafe was liberal offerings oJ' Mexican dollars. ��� >  'Conditions arc unchanged as  to'copper, the price of Lake, l.'Jf  can be shaded.' probably I'i  cents representing the, a.cfual  value oJ' that metal.   ���  Railway Notes!  The construction of the Kootenay Central Railway is tho key  that will unlock- lhe vasl mineral  resources of Southeast Kootonay  The advent of the Kootenay  Central will be the means of  making several mines on Tracy  and Wild Horse Creoles .large  producers.  Looks Like War. ��  1 he manufactured lead exploded  to China and eastern Asia.  Favorable reports are being  heard from the iron mines at  Mull river.  The largest nugget of gold  ever found in Alaska was recently discovered on Ihe claini of lhe  Pioneer Mining Company. It  weighed 1S1 ounces and was  valued at s:i.270.  , Monument to Pekin Hero.  Will Survey Iron Mines.  T. T. MeViflio. P.L.S., has  secured the contract for surveying  the  Buil   river  iron mines.  Berlin, Oct. 2;J.���The monument to Baron von Kottoler, t.he  German minister lo Pekin. who  was killed at the oulsoi of lhe  Boxer uprising i'n 15)00. will be  unveiled tomorrow. The late  minister's wife 'was Miss ' Led-,  yard of Michigan.  The monument is located at  Minister, near which", the'Voir  Ketfelors have largo es tales. Ill:  was designed by ��� I lerr Herman.  Hidding. from' plans suggested,  by Emperor Willia.iu. with whom  Baron Von Kel.foler wa.s a, great  favorite.. The monument', consists ol" it huge granile olielisk  siiriitounied by a! heroic ligure'in  bronze. On the front face of the  obelisk is a bas-relief portra.it. of  the . murdered diplomat and  Underneath a. furled ling and a  suitable inscription. ,  Bulgaria at the World's Fair.  St." Louis, Mo., Oct. 23.���Tho  direclorsof the Louisiana, Purchase exposition are in re'eoipf of  a letter from Commissioner Crid-  ler stating 1 hat Bulgaria is disposed to fake part in the exposition, and that he: expects to  visit Sofia,'soon and personally  see Prince Ferdinand in regard  to the.matter;' Should Bulgaria  accept tlie invitation if will be  .the'first time she has lieen represented, hy a,n exhibit'at. any  international exposition held in  America.  " ��� "A proSpect."  London, Oct. 22.���Groat Britain is sending two additional warships fo China. Russians have  lit,000 men around Port Arthur.  Tt is estimated that Japan has  over 100.000 men concentrated  at Hakodate ready for embarkation in the event of hostilities.  The "Russian squadron., has returned to Port Arthur, and preparations have been made  against an apprehended attack-  on the ninety-three war vessels  in port. The entrance is protected by a boom of heavy logs.  James A.  Macdonald   of Ross  land   has   boon'   chosen   as   the  leader   I'or   tho   Liberals  in this  province.  Messrs. Aylosworlh and Jetle.  fhe Canadian commissioners, refused to sign the decision of the  AiaskaiVoommission.    ���  ���Canada is protesting against  tho decision of the Alaskan  boundary commission. , All Do-'  minion papers are ot one voice  in declaring ihe award entirely  jinjusiiiied.   ' '        "���' JJt^~  The Conservatives ���of Quebec  are organizing I'or tho general  election campaign. '   '  Another smeller and a large  pulp mill will shortly bo erected  at the coast.' ���  ��� John Alexander "Dowie pro  poses to do a little restoration  work among the '���Bulls'* and  "Boars"'of Wall Street.  President Rooseveldt lias issued a proclamation calling the  "iSth ..congress in extraordinary  session on November 0, at 12  o'clock".  The National transcontinental  railway bill has passed, the  sonafe'aiid, now only awaits the  assent of the governor-general  to become law., , '  ���  ,The U.S. .Battleship Alissonria  Conservatives-retain a majority  of live over Liberals, and two  over all.  The outcome of lhe'Fernie recount i.s settled in the minds of  ihe eleclors al Fernie. W. R.  Ross. ..M.P.P., Fernie, B.C.. is  the 'address of the member for  Fernie riding.  Look out for the general elections al any moment!  Philippine Exhibit at St. Louis  St. Louis, M.).', Oct. ,23.��� All  of lhe Philippine exhibit shipment which arrived on the transport Kilpatrick at Seattle is now  on the world's fair grounds.  ^Thej'efaro Itfty carloads in all.,.  ���The largest -piece in the shipment is a'dug-out or native boat,  nearly seventy-live feet in length  Records  of Interest.  The following,, is' a list of  records made at the government  oflice up to Oct. 22nd:  ('i.'i'liliciims ol Work  ii?  (A-rtilic-iiUii uf Improvement:,      \  'New Locations      -Hi  Minor*.-., Liccii-et;, Issued  ....      T  Miniiiy Truiibfefa .     .       ..  . 14'  BIKTIIS.  .MAKKIAOHH,' DEATHS.  The' following    is , a   list   of  births, marriages and 'deaths   iu  Ihe   Fort   Steele district for the  'quarter 'ending Sept. 'JOfh, 1903:  Birlhs Ci. marriages (3, deaths IU.  in   her  Sliced   trial   Wednesday,  -���- -'        "-   knots  I a 05  made an average.of  per hour     a      ��� '  The grand ihry, which has been  .->     0  ,i    j _  considering     charges, against  Whitaker .Wright, tho company  promoter, brought in a .true, bill  asrainsl. him.  Grame Plentiful.  Taking up Timber Claims.  The past, week has witnessed  a number of. Fernie parties locating timber lands in the north-  em part of this district.. They  evidently ligure the investment  a !.>'ood one and have decided lo  lake advantage of tho opportunity lo get timber lands before  tho construction o'i ihe Kootenay  Central railway is commenced-  Wants Reciprocity.  Local News.  Alex Poison visited the Estella  mine, Tracy Crock.  Friday.  Tho   Nelson   Assizes were   in  progress during lhe past week.  F. W. Fnrgeson. Vancouver,  was al the'Imperial Friday.  .1. T-I. Bays, of Old. Alberta,  and family arrived al Steele Friday. '"They will reside in the  Duncan cottage.  Detroit, Od. 21.���The Detroit  board of commerce at a general  niceling lasi. night urged the immediate re-convening of tho  joint high commission for the  purpose of negotiating��� reciprocity treaty with Canada.  St. John's Church ot England.  BoiiN:���Friday morning. Oct.  2'!. a girl, to Mr. and Mrs. IS.  Ltindeen. Mother and child are  doing well.  Alex Poison, Boquaiii, Wash.,  ah old-time Fort Steele mining  man arrived--a.!. Sleele'Friday."  F. Byron, nia.na.ger of the  Ma-dger and Tied 'Mountain Mining Co., Perry Creole, was in  town Friday.V  A "prospect"' is what its name  implies. It 'is a. promising piece  nf undeveloped mining property  with it prospect, with the accom-  ulishiuont of the necessary work-  Mrs. Kate S. Hayes, of Iho  liloriiry department, of lhe C.P.  li. was a. visitor at Steele this  week". Slip is making a tour of I he  K'ooleuay:-'with ;t view lo writ  ing a pamphlet, eiiiiiiieraling t iie  resources of -.Southern British  Columbia.  Services will be held in fhe  Church of St. John tho Divine  every Sunday evening at 7:00 except on the third Sunday in each  month when the service will be  held   at    11   o'clock   a.m.  Holy Communion will be administered at, the close of the  service.'  Si rangers are welcome.  PKIOSUVTHItlAX  crinicii.  Divine  Worship   will   be   held  in     llie      Presbyterian    Churclr  every   Sabbath'- m'orniiig   at    11  o'clock". ' I  Sabbath School'every  Sundii'y  at '-half,' past, .two .o'clock.  Clioir   practice   every  'Thurs.  duly evening al 7:i!0-'o'clock.  'Pastor:    T, McOoiU)  Matters Political-  The ' Liberals are its usual,  amusing themselves in their discomfiture, hy reckoning .on disunion in * he. ('onservul ive rank's.  There is no change in lhe political situation at Victoria.  T.he  A Targe number 'of sportsmen  left town Sunday iu quest' of  feathered game, each -party  bound I'or his own special l^aunt.  One party returned with six ���  brace of largo ducks'which were  bagged at Bummer's Flat. At  Corrigan's" Lake several', small  bags wore made. '' At Little Bull  river several parties succeeded  in getting a large number of  grouse and chickens.  o  ��� A hunting party from Cranbrook was at Wasa. and later iu  the day at l-UiinmerVs Flat succeeded in getting a half dozen  ducks.  Kootenay Central Subsidy.  The subsidy I'or lhe Kootenay  Centra I railway is in similar  terms to those granted to other  railways in Canada.  All the linos for whicli subsidies arc granted must be com- .  menced within two years from  August 1st, iy0o and. completed  within four years. ' The companies are to afford reasonable  facilities for all connecting lines  the Governor-in-Council is to  have control -of all rates and  tolls. Transportation is to be  afforded to the government for  men, supplies and mails at .reasonable rates.  A new and important clause  provides that the Uovernor-in-  Couneil may make, it a condition  that the company shall lay its  road with new steel rails made  in Canada, if ihey are procurable  in Canada ol .suitable quality  upon terms as favorable as other  rails can be obtained, of which  the minister of railways shall be  the judge.  So tar as ihe Kop.tenay Central,  is concerned* llie -subsidy will  ��� iiilionnt to =sri!iri,20i>. The portion  of tlie road bet'woen"Flko and .  Tracy Crock'" can be built, for.  s'l.DOO per mile, and-beyond that.  l,o ( 'oldo'n there is no heavy or  ex pensive work.  The 'granting'of this subsidy  has placed the promoters in a  position .|o begin Ihe construe.-'  tion at an- early date. ������ It will  opoh'iip a rich mineral and agri-  cultural section tributary to'Fort  Steele. ' This road means much  to the residents of the Upper Co- '  I urn bid and Kootenay valleys. TUF PROSPECTOTi    FORT .STEELE,  Ii. C, OCTOBER 2-1,   HJ08.  KSTAllI.ISU'K.I'i    -IHiW..,;'  A.  B. Grace,  'y PCJBLISHICK    AXO"  KIllTOK. ���'...;   .  :'" ���''  THE    PROSPECTOR,    is    published  ''e'vcrv: Saturday/ and. has .a-guaranteed  '"c'i'rciilatiim -ta'rs'e'r than any other, paper  .in r.iist Kootenay. It is allhpmc,1'rinted  and   contains  doiible   the  news   of  any  nhcr papcrin the district. ���   ���'. i  .\s' an   advertisins   inedii:in   it   is iiii  ...ccelie'd. .  .,.  '-...-��� ',;'        ���''-..    '������ '-  Devoted io"th'olupbuildiiig: of Fort Steele,   the  development of the vast���,mineral  resource's  of  -.be Eust Kootenay ii>ihin<r district. "���    :.  '-Subscriptions', .y.......,,....'. V..;,,.*^ P�� Vvea1'  Mlveiti'sirip, rates made l':uWn oiiappUoiiuon,  iV.ntriiiutiohs iireWilioitedfi-oni'all puns of tlie  'strict, but iil'l- iniuilei-: jiiteii.i'HIi'.i-. I'll.111'1"11 ���I>'1.  ���oust have the 'writer's .signature.      ..������'-  ��fjje f^f^^^jciovt  SAT!)UDAY;OC'J'pi:ii-:JA -M. :1W*'  I  I-1.E-.'1...-.' adyantnires '.���',��� o'"<y. tlie-  ,KootehaytCentral' .Railway are;manifest.:"and lias been  frequently; stated,; the -building-  of th.is<railway. moans -more' to  the Ppri'Steele dis,tripf,: in? fact  to the province'as a \vhole;..than|  tho cbn.st'rifc'tio.n-'?;elf-V' any. other  line in >Bri,tishTColumbia!- The  intervening cbuntryVbetween the  Crow's iSest vbrancli, 'inbrthll ?to  ma'uil'ii.iie of tlie  ,isuknbwlii'-:-toVbfe  ./Special--Round Trip Rates.  KetWceii���' June, -H-li and iind August  I'lith Tlie Illinois:Central'.will soil round  trip, tickets froin Oregon aiui Washington points to Ghii;a<!'i,i. <'ith-o. ..Memphis  i't'iid New Orleans lit GI tK^TLY i'lv-  IHiCKIi'UA'J'KS.      ���.'.;���'    .'','��� '     "  ' Tickets good I'or.thi-ce nioiuhs.; Op-  iii<: limit, ten /days. ,, Kcttirniiig liinii,  ten days after startinji' west. 'Stop o.vi.-i;  privileges either-,'wiiyi west of the  Missouri Kiyor.   ;;,,".? ��� '"��. .;!  '. SaleV dates are jli-riuigeil to 'lie Von-  veiiieiit foi- delegates to contentions of  Jvatioiial j- lOdtieational , Association ' at  ''Bostoil:' VICl'ks at- -Baltimore;'',,' Woodmen  at liidianapb.lis:. Eagles at.'-Ne^; York:  -Shi-iners ������ at'''Saratoga: Kiiig-hts of  Pythias at -Louisville'-and Commercial-  Travelers at Indianapolis. " : f  "'��� '������ You caii'take'your choice :pf-Sixteen  Ditl'ei.ent Routes., .Write us? 'We will  cheerfully ,g'ive yoti'aiiy dc-tailed . irifoi--,  niation you want:,: :���������;..   -.V'y'��� y;;?,-.--y.'.'  li! H. TrlVuhulu Commercial'' Agent  ',-������-.'" 1-11' Third'St.', I'qrtlund, Oreg-oii?  (JoRleTT^oirTfire:'"  Canadian Pacific  rich .iril'miiieral,VaudVlduri(ns?'tlie  past f quh y.ea,rs |'a 7 large. I number  of mines., have! ::1)ee 11Vopened ���i'p..  in   XfirtjiV ai^  ' hay. and'haveV.qu!auti.ties?;oi;y'ore j  read v for shipment.. :?Therv()Ote-:-i  ���v.'n..--.v'';������.:-.������ l,-.r . " - y.yy. .���'-,   ���'���������������������-- ,-���?;:   ;  ' nay   Gentrctl.' whemVconstructgd,.,. j  wilI   openV?up'y:theVVrrijnes pf/Elkl.f  river'v-Butl'; fei-v-ervy^ildYHoree j  and   LVost �� creelvs.!! M^us,y���Fpur-  mi le. SiTxTmi,lej 'Tracy. Sheep:and.  Wolf creeks? .Also.the in ines; of  the Win'd|erm|i-eVdiytrict,?; wliich!  have made' 'sachf. 1 ;apid71 deveilppi-..  , mcur during,, the -past four., yfia;rsV  shippiil%;��everalV:thousa|ndi, tons  "of riclrote.yn.Theiirafiid^develop^  ment ofVthe'ltriih"es::situ,a.ted.'ttlbng  the route'jffilTeViereCtiph.ofyjreduc-  tion wbrks.at.Eilcb,;'''anfl''V;th(|;...'de'.-.  ��� 'velopment:of tlie:immen^water!  power! atiVB ul l^riy^^^ilV-V^ej^eua;  on tlie':!early conslamctlbrKofl-'the  77,7-   , ..,-���'...'���.  -..!������.--���:.��� .������.--.   -..,.|,:-..,'.���.-������������ y ������"���  '-   Koot emvy: Central- .Liai l:-w:t)'r'?.!!{.??: 't  JV1 licHliC'lippecl'lf or!| i'nVf he Vdeyell-'  ()pnient"o,f::l1ie?great?-resDurces'0:f  SoulheasivVlvootpiiityv V and :;,-(the  jieoiile! haittwiii'1 -pleasure -the  inulJiiplying^iidications-thatVthe  l^o'rt VSfeeld mining division is  a 11 that tuts boon; cl ai medt fori t.  The opinion ii?'geiieral .'that -.it  will   be ���������Avell.V'.Jbr the-Jegislattire  to avoid, tin leer ing' with tlie  filming laws,-.'for the! less :frec|ueiitly,  l.hoy; are altered1 the  greater?vse:  ciirity;is.feltby; those ;!investing  cajiita]- i.ii-the,!in(lustry.;  '?:,.      ii-i':'Y-: ,'������'������'  .-*'" #.,, ,?.      ���'���!.'..'��� I :;?-  ,, :��� if-. B ri ti s h ' Col ti m b i'a; will,  be th e  VOiititi.'ib, of.. the   west .when  the  energy  of 'present '.-.'��� and;'-: future-  ^^ibpu 1 ation ��have'r."developed  the  '.-' iiuineuse resources of her forests  1:|ield''-ahd;mine.    '  ,:..,���-,....- ,v  i. yVg ttiill'noi sell a watch that  we 1!cannotV positively; g"uar-  'YirtffeleVlv'-Y7:?*1?' fy-'yy--:yy���;--"  ? Di> not unJerntand from lhi�� th>c wc:  ''  salt Watches 't��f?extravacitui , pt;iLC::;   -���  !���! ?^ly-:!. y yy,.???: V?!*-..:'''':'..':?:'-!?-  bttr^7No.  915  SilverVbr Gun  Metal   Watch  at  So.50 is, la-  warranted tiaie-keepei".  -.��-.:-,-,..... .-7- ....-.-,, - -. -���-'-;. .7. -���..- yy. -,.;;,  .7-7  W'hcn �����-��� *t*Cc cHat'we.srllAVitC-hei y? .  ..,?te  sHc��  .*: hif h a.��. $7.^,. jvu ira�� 7?  :;-"   judj-c^of.our jrc-i! ^liortnlc^l."    ;?,?,-'  Write for our newcatalogfue.  |.rRea'dy.,for!delive:ryiyov.7i5thL|:y  .It \vill cost you nothing-;' and  it may be the  means  of 'sav-."  ingf you considerable  money.  RYKIE BROS.  .-...:���"-,'JE,WELEHS'?'V.:."-'.���'���-.'  Vi 18. I2b. ;I22 ��nd I2> ,  'v? Yonje SK, Toronto: ���;..  v.. .t.-|-. .-��>. ..h  v. ^*i ~i* ~W  ! 1  Tlie M  7 Mineral Areas, '^fm^:.  ;i'ancivtliet4Mbst! ;v.-'vv7:i:Vy?^'';^  ���'Extensive  Goal Fields oil the  Aixiericsin Continent v  :ape:;Sitiiated;':lnY; ffff  South East Kootenay  '; Agriculture   ffffyi  Grazing and the  Lumber Industry  JVaipev.'''Piiiomin  Feat lire s of*th1e:  mis4riciMi:Bmm^  !���  .-;:���>;-.? ',.' ���V;;^.-|;7:|. ;:;NpJ!C.E,:? if ���.fit iffy V  ......Noti'(;o''i.>?.liere.l).v.'^i'yen'thiit slxiy'..slaysvafte'r'.  (latii'-.'i; iiitcmll:io :iipply, to the'phief Commissioner, oi, I.iiiKl-i.iiucl., Works for, permission to  ;pii r uliii.se'tliOfoUowingillei.i'ri heel lands in. Kasi;  K(i(Heiiiiy?,7C(i!iiiiiencinji>iiia; post';-.planteil-.''on',  tlie'.wesi liaiik oi' ilie:Kobiehay River, opposite  ���Tioi l\!:t;Group Vi,;-, ICooteiuiy iDisti-ici. y.ilient'.e,.;  sou!l.i���S() (iliuiiis.'.Uience.eiistTO chains?more7oi-.  less ilo.iiiiiik1 ofKootC'i'iy Kiver; thence ftill.o'w'  .'InB-'ifiilil.'biiiiUl-iip'.stroam'td'-poinV'iVf'eoiiiiiieiu't  iiijjnt,' Sii) ircres" inore or'tess. VV ^V'";V   l'jV:��� l-V  .,,; tinu;ii^iij|s?jrtii of August, iiKi;!?;? 7,, ."���:' '"���'.''���"  rft:iii;tl::"f :::"T''':'7VpATitiGic:FVD?)i;ANr?V':  M.  NERAL ACT;1  ( f6km V.l-)?."'������  CKIt'l'IPICATF. |,Of! IMPROVKMKNTS.  Owe'ii Souih  -.NOTICE..;?.,  J!oy Praction Mineral-'  ���'.Claim:' -..-.   ' ."    '''  IV It wpttld:seeTji:'fr6m the 'litcriv-,  , it,y in prospecting-for v^irou afid-  ,?coal how 'going, on- in the : Fort  .Steele;distriet. that this, activity  will sooner or later {"riiotify- into  a. peac.lvof a. ���.mining,boom in.coal  ancl iron-:, . '        :,';  ;'V'iIi.i. the Fort Steele district! 'we  have' water-power surpa.~sini:'  that of any'Othci-'listrii-i.  We are on ly at the beir i n n i n g  of o.nr iii.dusv.rial and iiiining  prosperity. ?  V-'-There- are good,. veason> in  justify the hopes .1 hat-are enter  .tained'.concerning iho 1'own of  Port Steele. : I!nde :-d. it is tin-  natural nileti'opolis, of a- grea.1.  liiincra! tor ri lory, ..       "'- ',  ���'Wages, hen��� a re good and there  is not an.idle man in tlie district  ���'from a l.iieK" or an opportunity lo  work'.  .Situate in tlie Fort Steele Mining Division of  l.'.a'st koblenay District.   .,."'.' ;.',.- ,,  Yy  Where located:���On Sullivan Hill.  'TiilvO Notice that 1. .l.uiiies, A. Harvey;; Free  Miner's Ceriitlcale -Xo.li.liOiiiS.actinfc for myself'ami as a^eut.l'orllelcn.V. Kstmere, Free  Miner's Ce.i-.liIi.oate No. H'lil-ir. .-intend sixty  days from ttie date hereof, to apply to the Min-,:  -"iii'g- Recorder for a Certificate of Improveniehts'  for the purpose.of obtaining a Crown. Grant of  the above,claim.     ' y '     .: ?���?   7'  And fiirther take uoticctliat action:'under,  section :I7. must be coninienced before tlie issu  'aiice of such Cei'iificiueofiitinproyements.?  ? '  fiated tlii.s.-llst'di'.v'of .fuly.'A.D., 1003.-  7  ::is?        ;-,.;���; ?';;: ft a'Vharvky?  "'  . .��:V ,...���."���. ..mineral!a,gt.V.,,..:,  ?   :   -     ������'-'���, '' "(FORMF.)     .,   ���'" '  , .     .-.���'���.  T  ;\V:.:'-'-',;yv;V!!-V:S-!7?.7..v...!'^ ?.:,;'Vy:?:?^  Glibice Biii^n  ^ppiy tb  CKKTIFIC.VrB OI7I.MPROVEMF.STS.  WA.N'i'Ki.'   s-i-:v.i-:i:.-\.i.  rKi-'.so.vs  of i-rinnu'ti.'i- iiml yiiuii. i-i.-|nil;il i'ni in  ...���ii-ii slal.i- .'nn.'- in liiis I'lu-inly i"cfpiiri:(l >  In |-(V|ii-'-si-llt (iiid 11.(1 Vi'.l-I i--c '"1(1 i-r-l.llli-  li.slii.-d wciiil Iiy liusiiii-r- lmii>i- uf sill ill  liiuuici.-il sl iinil in:.';. S:ii;ii-y ,*L'1.0(1  uvi.-k'ly   vvii.l 1  v-\|ii-iis..-.--  iidilil innul.   nil  pUVIll'l'-  in    i-ils'li    llil-i-cl     ";l('ll   W'-'llK'S-  diiy I'l-inii lie-Hi "llii-.'s. Il"l-S(- ' and  '���(li'-i-iii::''- (iii-nislii-il w h. mi ni'i-i-.ssiii-y.  I [rii-i-i-ui-i-!!-. l-'.ii'-ii'si'    --i-lt'-ii(l(li-i'?si-(l  (.���nvcl(i|'ii.-. .Ciiliinial < **i...:::{���!' Dciti'liiii'ii  St., Cliic.-i!.'".  '."' NOTICE.  .  . .', -  Gold Buo- Fraction No. 2 Miiieral Claim  -.Situate in the Fort Steele Mining Division of  .Kasi Kootenay District. -    ,..  ' -Wliei-e located;- On Xprili Siki Hill.     ?    .  Take N'otice thai I. James A.' Harvey. Free  Miner's. CerliliciiU' No. H. lUli'.-it. ageiil for  KUffeiieK.: Bi-adeii. Free Miner's C'ertilicate N'n  H.tV>yt. intend, sixiy days from the date hereof  to uppiy'.to tiie Alinini: Kei-oi-iler for'a Cerlill-  cute'Vif liiipi'ovcin.ents. for the purpose of ob-  i.iiaiiiK a.(,'|-"K-ii (Irant of ihe.iilibve.claim;  And rnrilier iiike  luitice that action,   under  S.-ilinr/ :ir. must lie i-ouiiiiciiced before tlie Issu-  .-iii'.'ir "f siicli .Certificate of 1111 prove men Is.  ��� ���.���l'i'li'is'-IKt-diiy of .lul.v.A,.D.. l'.MII.  .1. a'.'hahvky.  ill  .MINERAL ACT  IFOIIM  >",).  I Sl��.  >:Kjcri-Kic-ATK ot: imi-ucvhmknts.  '   .    .'. NOTICE..  TIT, ��� lyi.ill    .'I'A'I' ��� ,1 A-'.ST.y-     I.ODK-��� C'KI.T  ..MINI-aiii.   CLAIMS..  Sii null- .in   tlic   l-Vii-t  Sfijirli-,   Mining  Divisidii nf K.-iHt. K'odic.iiiiy .District.. .  \VIh-i-i- li.i-at.i-d: On Slie|)lu;i"(i "s  C'lilcli (Hid   I'.dlildcl- ('i-cck.   Wild' Horse  ('!-c,.ic. ���   ...     ,'      ���������',.'' . :  T,\.K'K NdTU ;K ili.-ii. I. Ilavid Nc.w-  .-li. I;'r.-.-, Miner's, ,.(:.-|it,i|ieiiti. No.  HT.'SKil m'.'i-iiI. (<n- I Hit-id <;i-illifli.,l<Yee  Miner's Cert.ilieiili- N'd. -I'.lidCi'.l". iiitcilil.  -ixl.y iiav.s. fi-iiin llie (liilc liei-eiif.  Idapji'.y In lie- M iii ing lleciii-dei- for' 11  ''erl ilie.il'- of. I ni]irii-vei[)cnts. for flic  jiiirjiiise of (ilil.-iiii i ng 11 ("ro'ivn (h'lllit  of I In- a hiive cln im.  Ami fiii-t her lake notice flint iiction,  undei- .section .'17. must lie (''oiniiu'iiced  liefiire Hie issuance of 'such ('ci-tilicitlc  of Improvements. I'  ,H:i'<sl Ihis I'.ilh day of Oct.. lOtlM.  I.'i IJAVIIi K. NKWELL,  'R^vJS^^'..  Townsite Office!  #  Headauarters   for   Mining   aiid   Commercial   Men  J\  leiices  FORT    STEELE,    B.   C.  Large   Sample   Rooms   for   Commercial   Men. THE PROSPECTOR!, FORT STEBLR, B. C, OCTOBER LM,■■ l'JO'8
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9}.V^--j-V-'.z!"''"A".^i-i--\^^^ I   Applications  for Timber  Licenses
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'    >^^rt^^*WttwOM^a^<^^y^Wiiiiiii»i wmw^oiwIj! '       ;
:-.Y-Y,'-yyf: A.VENTILATING OVEN'THA? VENTILATES:: "';"'?      "' iy """.:„',.
There is only one"practtcut tit/ay of ventilating tlie'oven in a ranee and  ,
that way has been adopted in the "-Pandora"— is an act/till wor.kinur feature
arid nol a mere talking point. ,', ..     •-.;..;      ;; ?'
Fresh air is drawn frdui the outside through small vents into the oven |
and 'is quickly heated and disseminated, while the odors arid cookitiE
, iumes escape through small veiits into the smoke lliieii aud up the chimney.?
Result is that expensive, juicy roasts retain their ricli, natural flavors
and are entirely free from cooking odors arid taints, to which the palate is V
so sensitive.   Puddings'.' bread, etc.. when baked."arc always li'slit. fresh,
and iree from taint.      '■"   .■■'.'.-. I'        '"   ... ".'..':-'. -.;,- ■     ■;■.■"'"   '' Y. ■■-■.'..■. iY-'i
In the. production of the'"'Pandora" raniieyciuhaveall. that scientific''
study, practic-aT experience, skilled workrhatishipt aud an immense and
liuely equipped plant combined, can produce. I ?? .--'": f.',;'.
J'or sale by all euterprisinK dealers?'Booklets free.       : ,
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-SATURDAY. QCTGBl-lR 2J, 11)0*1
Letters! to, the Editor.,,
"■ iff .Will??7:'ypuV. .lcfildl^:;al,iQAy^;'-'ii'ic;
■';. 'tilirbti^li.'yoti'r pa.]l>er l.o i3lace.be:!
V? fore.Uie. farm
;:   ers; a  scheme   JWr. the atlya.nce-
7 V.ihent/'Ol'.o'ir province. ..YVIVhe? nd -
vantages   vbl:  Vl^rilifel'i I Columbia!
"iy;as a piaee!l!or!;lsetUers?are?v'er.v
- illititle^iVknownV aiitl? -,iit caiinbt? bo
|! denied'tliii.l where printed nial;l;er
V: will   of ten  pass! ..unheeded;-.'. I lilie"
v "object,,itselfilwiJl' arrestattenti.t'in.
.:■ Y'%? prbpqsition,,: tliereforel -is
.. to collect samples of roots,'.::fall
!VVwai'd.ed lto?G:reat!'Br.it^
■';':' they .coiil.dVi'emtyiivfoi7Va?certairt
f tiiiie p iiVexh.ibilloiif^1f;?tl;iof 1 arge;
.?-tow iis' |?;uid y'af terwards.iV'lie | ?d js-i
lyitri bitted VamongstVllhe'liipspi litis
laiichsiich 1 i Wt.v ,i nsliitiit ioiy^VuUie.rp
V:-|!they|V\vb u 1 d .! ii o^'cl Qit,hlM)e'V I i igliliy
■ 'appreciatedV? Y'-p- would?-'sugges,!.
:   getherk:.witli?lpariHcurar& -0.lM.ihe
,!< 'fruiti^etc^VywhichVleach^ohtrib-
.■'• 'ui.es,' so i!th;tt::iutendiiigV;settlers
might.if It hey 'so desired. V)'! obtain
li nf or ma, tion abp ti t any par i.i c n 1 a'r
,'■■ local ity  from   a   reside.iit.      By
this means it might?also.-''-be pos-
, sible to Open   up  fresh   markets
for our fruit; and introduce'capital. Yf"   V'':'''; ;?7/V''V.- ;?v'" v": " "V
--'■..   ,  ',-      i .*:   ■.- ■■ ,   7 .. v.., ■ -       ■ .--.
I would esteem itla favor;if<in-
..leiiding donors of produce would
kindly give probable weight and
class of sample when Vcoinifiiini-
?. caliiiig wi th me, in ,order to faci I•
. itate arrangemehts for collection"
YYdvirs truly,:?.,.:;: ,-:       V"
, :■:■?■■   Y y        ; fWfy V./'ILttOiSf AK D,; 'J. P.
"- VSalinon Arm. 13.0^! Oct.   .fOtliV
'iiimt f'ff-;ff' f. \.i.}, ""■'-■'} "-
Lohdoh Celebrates, Trafalgar Day
... -Stxt^Vil.'iys-.
iipply..'to   tlic'
NOTICE.'-:?? ■-,.- -yy
alter .(lute II l.intond. to
Gliici /(.'(ii.iiiiiiss'ioiier: ''of
Ij;tiidfii.:a!iil, Works J'or,? iieniiission 'ylq
[innilii'lsts the,I'o!Io\v;i ii»-.-,' (lci.!ji;ril'ii.'fi, J.'t'Ud
iii Son tli Ij'.ii'st;' KVio'.l.oljiiiy;.' Con i iiu.1 nci ny
ate.it :poKty|)l;iiiti:;ti:. .on thoijii'st. batilc-or.
theKiool.ciiiiy ?:riyui-.'; iinarked ?VI;?? ID;
Obrrloii'S' 'iioi-tliwjjjst. It'oi-iior, thone'e-
downV sti.-c'uiiii,'>..iiloiii;' said?bank, io tlidi
jHltMigfli-Vvvlntr]"!' j'bi-iris-.l.li'ii AV'otjtOi'ii-lni'uiiil-.
ai-y.oi iVot ^W;'thcii<;o, casi? aiid*nbrtli-
vvcsf^iiltiiiLisiiiil si()li;;-livto?j)(')iiit"olV?i:iifit-
nloilicohieiiti^i;oiifaiii'iiio?;.|0 'aci-cs; inoi-c,'
oi-oless:    IJatcd this 1 "tli day of'VViij>-iisl,.
"iimi if. y,v ";.i. i). aoi :d6n. v V, ;c' '
y!'2\Vmail V: iii rciircsciit'q fyQaVNA da's
GlfKATKS'rlNGRSKKiKS'i iii.tho i'o'wivof
.iroi't.Steele and,.surj-ptuitlintr,.(iiiiihti-y,
aiid'. t.iike orders-for .'VV?!*; V-:!!"!.?!; ■■ 'I'VV?'
Iri..,:Fruit: Ti'ee^
:.,    ■'��- niontal Shrubs',-vKoses/ Vines :'■ -;
?;!?v77,y,? 7;i;;Se!pcl'l:Poii:itb^s,, &c. yf ■.Yyyi
; -S Loi; Ic ^i -lit? to' il a it ie" ;ti id I ,ri 'p L:, j'roi if S:;i it
'il 0's'o ,'Sci 11 e. y A'Tie i-ii i in i e niV iiosi i- i o'i'iV for'
■     --.'   ■ ■-   V;,-    ■-    '7.-7--f,  -.-.;      .7.......    y;.,    '-, if..:.  ..',,-   -.'-y.. -y
I.l 1 o?> i- i *.;• 111?; n 1: i i i,;.t >' i? '■' i til i'tii ■ h;i I :i,i-v. • <>t ■ '<.'f »*i i »rl
y -Ly-'y stone^^&ftWe!Ijngtonf i-t~f
■ 'I-.-V ''■'■'"! 'i'yo^'i.fi'i..! A. '■; .vij ;Vsk k i jo's VV- if ■ .';';■
.?■!''? '?:-;';.;?! (Vv'ki-jsuii'actos ?y "■ fy vY--??
T0R0NTOV I :?;-   ?   '; "fi       ONTARIO
; ;V.'';'.-' -t'6'-antij .I'uiiM.Arii?;11 : ■■.
Spbkane, St. Paul,!Duluth, Minne-
Vvapolis,,Chicago and Points East!V;
2'."" TKAl.N'S.   ti.VllVv   ■ "-;>-»■    ''
KAS'I'  TIMK    .        *£..';■'
ot Nelsoirs
the   c-.1tJ5l.0-.
Loudon, Oct. 21.-
Day, the aiuiiversitry
great "liavitl victory
Trafalgar October 21
celeb Pitted today in
in ary manner. V The Nelson
•monument-on Trafalgar vSqiia'rc
was decked .with w-j-eaths sen'l
I'roin various parts of the world.
Nelson's llagsliip, tlie Victory',
was hniig with wreaths at Ports-
iiioulhi ,'.'...
Carnegie Coming Home.
London. Oct. i!l..—Andrew Qar-
ueg.ie, accompanied by liis wife
and daughter, sailed for New
York today on the White Star
steamship Cedric.
\V AN 'I' 10 D -V- l-'A I'.l' II FU L . I • 10 l'{.SO i\
TO 'I'UAVIOL .Tm- Avoll established
house in a few ciiiniticH, calling nn retail merchants and aji'e.nts. I.iii-.al territory. Salary $102-1 a. year anil expenses
payable $l<.l.7<> a ivrck in cash and i-x-
pi'iises advanced. ' 'osition |ierinaii(Hil.
Business successful and rushing. I0n-'
(dose self-addressed envelope. Standard Mouse. .'llTi Caxtou, ISId^'.'. (.Ihic.-iyo.
Everything Strictly Kirsl (Mass
Next dour Lu the Fruxpectov.
New.-Equipment Throughout, Day-
Conches, Pnlaco and Tourist Sleepers
Dining- and \BulF«jt Snioking- Library
Cars.   "'•*.' '•■'' .■.'■•.. V
For. Tiiiki.-ts; I talcs.
I iifiii-inatioii.    On.]
'anvau'ciit iii-e
Polders, and
I on or. aiK.'rei
if Xorl/liern
,1 .ai I way or    i     :-■'"...
A. 11. (•/niONX.lS'l'():\,.c.w.1l\A.
612 Firiih Avenue..Seattle, Wash.
Nut iee ii- licn.-li.v nivun lluit, tliiriy ilnys lifter
'Idle 1 inti-mi In ii)i|iiy ui llie Clilei Co,iuii^-
siiiiieri,l"l,iiinls iiml Works, for n special License
l.i. eiii ii ml eiiri-y nwiiy Limlier from' ilie follow-.
Inii u-iieiis- of liiini sitiiiilcd in-tliu N'()i-i.liei-n
fiivisiotiiil'i.'.nsi Kopl.eiiii.v lJisii-iol, viz.:-    ■
I.' C(iiiiiii,eiii-iiii; in ii post 'plunled one mile
'u-ost'of Willii; Kiveriiinl iii)oiity|)iii-t(!Oii miles
from iis 'junction Willi, tlie h'ooleiiuy ..'Klv.is'r,
i.licni!!! sn cliiiln.K iifiriliV. tlieiiee Sn 'clmiiis mist.
lhi'liou Sn clnilns south; .ilieiiei.' KH,'.■•(jliiiliis., Wus'l.
Iii | mill I   (ifeoii'iiitcncemeiit.   . ',•.?.
...?..Located l.'itii iluy of Sept.' I'.KKI . '■'" ..
y'y<fi ;_;,"■  " •'„',. .'." ■';'..- ■?' .-' I-'.. A. 1'K IA. Yy ...
. .'d.'-.lioiiiiiibiiiiiiiKiit. ii- iiosi.'.H-osi, of mid luljiihi-
iilL'  l''.?A.  I'ljlly's' il-hiiiii, 'mar.l.-ecl  A.' li... Me-
Collueli's. sijulliu'iist-'eoi-uoi'  |Jpst, I hence norlli
SO" (ihii Ills';'; lli(iii(:(i.,vvra!.J3(!j.|)iijlns^^^^
so V;linjn's. tln'.7ic« ViiTsl SO V'iinrfitsiV: iVi -Vioiiit -iif'
rjijiiiiicnccincni,.    Lnciiied ir.thday of Sept. I'JiW
V Y   i ■■.''. V '" .V.V'V    A. ,1). McCO'LLOpJi!"
i>,. : ('oiiiiiii-iiciii^ lit. ii- |ii:is||. H-eSl.iiiid' iidjdin-
liiK-.V;.' )!. McColliii'li's. cliiiiii.i.iiiiu-li.eil  .liiincs
Diet-soil's so(illi(;iisi,.(;oriiei-; posii.lhein-ii iiorlh
SiiV-liiiiiis. Ilieiiei?west SII eiiiiiiis. Ilii'iice south
SII chiiins?!.hence. i.-iisl SII.ehnins in pninl of coin-
inuiiceilieiit.    j,(iciifed IStli dny of Kept.. Illllll   ...
'"?!''   V    ?  V,  |'-Y '.'''■■V:.IAMKS''i'>I(''i'cS(')NS; ;'
, ' l..,.('oiiiiii(.'iiciiii; nt n 'post."south of.iiiid ud-
j(il ii i iitr ".In Hies' Olt'lisoii's. rial in ii'i'iii'U'c'il.:.!; <!.:
Ilii-d's iiorl liensl; eo-rnci- pnsi theiiee, south' Sii
chiiins. thenee, wesl sn eliiiins. tlieiiee ii(it-lliKii
eliiiins-... ilii'iice i-uSL-/SO' ehniiisdii pninl (ifeoni-.
ini.'iii;eiii'.'iit.    I.^ciili'diirilh dny of Sept.. Ii«iil.<   ;.
: '■'<>..' ''■'-'.. i: '-. .','"''.- ' '"■'" "•it:. I1IK1J. .
Ti. (;'oiniiiuiicii|i;'iil ii., posl. eiisl of iiiiil ndjoiii-
in^.i;|(J. Ilii-ii'sycliiiiii. ..iniii-Ued |l!.: S.: l'elly>
iiiirl Invest epi-iier juist. thehi-c soiillisn cliains
tlujiice i.nis t'SH.ehnins,^tlieiiee iiorlh Sii'.(dm I lis.'
llienee  west Si) elm ins jo point oi-coin inence-
■inieiit/'" Loeateil ir>llida.v.of Sept..11)6:1 7   ,| v.?:.
... ...,'.,.' ,::7*'?"VVV? - ,'.■;...'..:.:... it.'.s;.i,KJ'^Y...!',
'.. li.y L'6iiiii"ieiiclii(i;-;''ii't.:;'ii-,,pi)sl;,'ijii'st (if iiiiil-:i.il-
.jblniiiif li.-.S. I'cllj-'s t-liiiiii iiiiicfcedN.-.K. Sii'l-:
ihihy'S. noi-thwest .(-.oi-iior post, llieiiee sotitli HO
eliiiins, tlioiu'e;eiisi S(i lihiiiiis.' tlieiiee liorilr kil
i;liiiiiis. ihenee; west SII eliiiins to ppint of com--,
nieiiccnieiit. . Located 1'ilh dny'of .Sepc'lfin.-l' :;
i'-'-''''iY:i]tifYfi":'i-i-yfyX..\tsn'D'DAiiY. '
.... 7.'.. C'ommenciiig nt 11 post ensl.of. 11 nil ndjoiii-
•iiil,' Nif-l't. ^liddiiliy's eliiiin,?lii.-ii-lied I.; Itii-'d's
noi-lliwest eoi-iier i)Ost.';tlienc.e. soutli SII, chains'-
lhcii(-(:;011 si;7.Si),:eliiiins;tiieiiceiiioi-tli SO ehnins.
tliiinco.u-csl Sd'ehiiiiis: lo 'poiiiu'^'of Vo^iimioi'icje-■
ihuiit.;yLociiloii isili tiny1 of, Sept.;'! iion. "'y ■'-.' v'VV
.:.'"'■■ t'-ff'fy ■■! 'y''iYY'.Y' tyf"A-:^IVnfi.' '
'■:s."::C6iiimenvln'ff nt ii post oiie liu'le, suntliyiif,
soiitliciist ico'.-ner.eoi-nei- posti thenee nortli-
eiliiily eiiiiiiis..-', tlieiico w'6'st . eiglity chains,
theiu-o, soil tli eifilily, c.hiii lis, Ihenee 6nst."ui'i;iit>*
chiiiiis to poiiit of cdiiiiiiencemoiil;, . --.-. .... ,
'•;■' i.ociitetl.liith dny of Sept., I'.KW, .'.:   VV   V   y'V
.?;V!V:  "f YYYyf .7y,.Vy :,fY: .:\\V.tVhi':ai.v^-
■ '.I. Coiiiinciicin^ ni.a posl eust of nnd adjnin'-
ing.Wy'rl llciily's eliiini, miii-lfedll. S.< l^elly's'
soiiliiwest ('(ii-hcir post ..tiienee nortli eighty
(diiiiiis. llieiic,eV(iiisl,V,eiyiily;V chiiiiis. | theiiee'
soil Uieiglity (dm iii.s,-'tlieiie.6.\ve.si. eighty clmiiis
(oixiinlof coinnieneeinoiit. 7"-?. ■■■'-.7 ,•■-■ .-.7 :<.:.. -.,:.
f l^oeiiteil irillidav of-Sept? l'.lOH. e i ■■■':)■;■'.-,.
.-"Ui.,: Coinniuii'i'inK iiiii ijost sbiitii of.aiid iul-
joiiiiiig?.(.-!.;,. S? Pelly's L.'(jliii'ni';_,-i,iiiii;lc'cil.V >\r?:l'-;
Ho'rsle.v 'iioi-lliwest;:(ioi-ii(!i-' post, llienee,.: Sou tli
uJ!,diiy ('dinins.:tli(5iicc(!iistei^dity;cdiniiis..tliene(,!
iidi-tli eii?ii'(y chains.' theiiee west eijrlily chains
16 point of eoiniiieiieement.; ?? ■? ???.VV -V VV
Vl'ljociitecl mihliliiyvofSepi:; 7 life. V.'VVr, ?'!??; VV
7? ty; fy f ■ V ? y ■?.: ■ Yy, ' y; \v; ■ p. .H Ql'tS I? K Y." f
v Vll'i';'Coiiiiiicnc.i.n|i,?a^;'iiL!.pos'i''\yefst':i<('iinil:*ii|'l-..
;joiiiiiij^|V\'.7)fVirlfloi-sley's 7chiiiii,V;iiini'ke.il.'-.'.Sf;..;
f!ii,-d'siioi:tIibii|st1;e(.ii-nei,. theiiee 'sdiitli.eiij'lity.
l;liiiinsVtlicii(i6 \vu,sVeii;lit.\,cliiiihs.:.tlieii((ehoi-llr
I'loiht'of (-oiiinimieeineiit: ■*■' ■■■''. '•?'"    7 ?
.I'V-J'^oi'iitoii. ISth day of Siipt.1 10011. ■?-,'■'•.'   : - 7?  V'
!.-•■'"., .i-Y:.,7?;,?',   .-.?(?,V?;VY'YVY'V':y .M. 1.1 III? o:-
.; lri.   Uoitimeiiciiif,' nt a . post three niiles noi-tli
of I-'. A.'t'ull.v's; eliiiih.Vniiii'iteil ,,l nines llick-
sdu.'s ';|. n'oi-lhenst corner post, thenee ,.south
cijjlit y, chai ns.'.theiiee.; wos t? . ci(f li ly •. clini ns?
thiiiice n'oi'th eiylity.eliiiiiis. tiieiice. i.-nst■.'ieis.'lil.v.
ehains lo point of eoiiiiubiieoiiieiii. . ...''..., ■';-..
i,.'■'fjoeii'ii.HT 17l.ii tinylof SeiiL.. lou:!;? _;?'* '■ •'. V
...-.-■:■.. . ' '•■',-..■..■ ,' '■..;. .'iTAMIiIS DtCKSONS
1:1. Comincnciiii,'11I11 i)osl.:noi'lli of and.nd-
joiiiint; .IniiiesDie.k.'ioii's eliiini, markccl A1..M.C-
Uorniiirs .soiitliciisteorner ...post, fhonee norlh
"uiiflity. eliiiins.. tlience, west eighty eliiiins,
tlic-.iice,.s'o,iilh eighty ehnins. theiiee enst eighty
eiiiiiiis 10 pointciiinuieiicbmniil. ,
;; Loealed iriliility or August,.ISllW- . f . '"'"f
.V7.-I " .' '.".   ''■'■■-.,   .';..-    .'   ,Ai;,i\r<']JK.»,MID.; f-
,llV Commenciiig ill 11 post one mile .norlli o'f
M. iMebei-mid's chiim. marked .It. IO. , Mini's?
noi-tliciist cornei post, ihenee. south' eighty-
<din ilisyflieiiee west eighty eliains. tlieiiee nortli
eighiy.-chaiiis..;,tiieiice" eiist cjulity idiiiins', to
point of epmineneeineni.' .vy ??,'"■
.liocnted 17th day of Scpt.yllKW.' ■'■■'.'■:-.. ?;;;?; ;
'■:- ,';; '::■"'•■:,-'•■'■■ :. ?'V.-'V- "' - It, E.-JilKD. :■■
"Iii. Com.mcncitiH iita post noi-tli of aiitliid-
.ioiniiig !{-.- i'i- Bird's eliiiin; marked ti: G. Riise's
'southwest .coruci-' post, tlieiiee north eighty
eliiiins, thenee eiisl eighty ehains. tlience soutli
eighiy, eliiiins theiii-t! wc'steiglily chains lo
poiiit of c'limnicncemeiH. .,:.'. ,?:',,'
Loeiiled 17th diiy.of Sept: l.lio.'l.   : V y  ;;.?     '
"VV    v •'■   " 'I . . 'G. c'kosi-: '
' Hi: - Coiiuneiii-ing »it._..si. post w;est of anil, iid-
.ioj.ning O. C. Kose's.c'liiiin. inarkedK. C. Cole-,
niau's" soiithciisl.ci.irner posl. thenee north
olghly eliiiins. thence' west eiglity chains,
tlience soutli eighty chains, thence east eighty
chiiiiis to i>iiini of eoiiiiiiencement.
'Loeiiled l7t,li dny of .Sepl? I'.iil;!. '
, .'..'  y       ,K. C.'COLKMAN
17. ComiiH.'iiring at 11 I'osl one-hall' inile
north of 11. C. Hose's chiim. niarked I-:? Molicr-
ley.'s 'iioriiicnst cornel- piist. ihenc.e soutli -ill
ehnins. liienee west.liUl chains, llienee iiorlli -III
cliains. IheiiCL'. cast Hit), ehnins to point of
comnicneeiiienl. l.iicalcd 17th day of Sept. l'JOll
... ,-K. MOlil'lKMOY-
IS. (,'oniiiu-nciiig at a posl noi-lli of and a'd-
joining l-i. Mpbcrley's claim, marked K., C.
Coiemnn's soulhciisl corner pnsl. thenee norlh
III ehains. ihcnee west Mid chains, thence south
hi chains, thcnciv ','iisl Hill eiiiiiiis io point of
i-oinnicucciiiciil. Lociilcil lTt.li day of Sept. IIH):i
K. C.'cni.KiMAN'
thence wesiH'.ii (.linins 10  point 'if  eommen-e-
ui'ciii.    Loeiiled I'.Mh dny of K -pi, ; l'.i(|:i.
:, "     - "  '   ,,|    " . .'i.i. IIIJN'l'
'-■!., . Oiiiiiiieneing lit ■ ii pii"! ' oiic-^ulf ■ mile
south (iffi. JJiuiI's chiini mni-lci-d M.'l,-. .Hunt's
soiilhwest corner post theti'.-e north ja eliiiins/
tlience eiist Kill chiiins. llieiiee siiiilli, 4(1 (•hii'liis.,
thence west. Kill chiinis to point ol' eoiiniience-
ini'iu.."■   Located'llii.li day.of .Sept..,!!*:!.'  .   •
:'■ ' ' :.. y? . '■' V "! ?V-';., .M.OJ, JII'I-'TV
" :'A. l^ornmcnciiig at a' posl ■■' one-half' mile
southof.M. C. Hunt's ■eliiini. marked Cl: <?.,'
Jtosc's southwest cornel' post. I hence .north -ill
','liiiliis. Uienci: cast liin chiiiiis, iheiicu 'soutli ill
chulns. iiiciicc. west i('.(l ehnins to'point of coiii-,
iiiciicr-miint,. ''Lol'-nted liit.li day, of Sept., i'.iOil. , -;
'?;'■ V- . •■,.•'"'.• V'1'Y';,' :?!V ' ' V i.lVC-KOSIO;
■ in. CoiiiiiKjneing ill , 11 .post oiie-linlf l,inilc
..south of (.;. (■;. Kose's dulm niarlced"CI. Hiiut's
southwesf'coinei post, ihenee noi-lli'.-in chnins.'
"Ilii'iice east lijijfeij:unsViheiii-e sii|iili Iii ciiiiiu.sr
tl),uiu-e, wi'si '..IHO'" chains" tiVpoihl of ,.eom-
jneiicfiincni..   Lo(;iiteii,ll)thday of Sef't, li'lii*.
■ ',    :       ; . i-   ,-' -.'.■'   ,    . ';',"   ■\".y'.('i: IIIJN'l''
M..' i:\iinmenciiig   ai    11   posl''- one-liiilf   mil"
sniilii of (I. huin's (.-liiini min-ke(| ,,M.7 C'hiluais
soiilhwesi, coi--.ier''post thenee iiorlh ia'chain.-'.
tiieiice e.-i-d |i'.'i(''hains| llieiiee s.outh ,-lu clinjns
Iliciicc/vVcsl'llill chiiiiis to"poll 11?of ciiiiiincncc-
nienl..'     Lncnicd I'.liii (iiiyof S'()pl...l'.ili:l.  "'■'
.-■'.'.'-,.''' ■''■.'.  -:    ',",';..        --...AiVciiiL'ivliN'-
•27. Oiiiiiiieiieing 111, a posL spiitli iifiind ail-,
jolnlng^JI. Chilton's claim, ,;innrkeil .U'-'yll.'
t.'liiltoii'snoi'lhwe.sl^'oi'hoi' post tlience soiilh
•III i'hnins..theme (insi liid cliains. liienee: north
Iii i-.liii ills. Ilieni-i" wesl Kin. i-liiihis'.. to .point ;'of.
eoniiiieiicciiienf. -y       yf     '.'■■'  -..yf.   .,.  ,    ','  ,
H,Lncnted IHth (hiy of Sept.. IIHBI. ' ? "- , '-'"
■i» '     ,y '"y- ■'„'.:'■'.' ,? ::' \V";n. ciiiivro'S'"
&.1 &.&.Jl\AJL.\ \s-
,   ';  24 Paljes  :   Weekly t Ulustrated.
•HUH 9V.
1 l In,' pliic.
of lii-iiiiiiiiigiiiid eoiiiHin'ing'
"Ifnyiiei' \V. Jiiiiloa. t.OfiUiii;
'.James 'Fisher. Airdtit. '"■
I..   iUli
. .Notice is lii.rc-liy'giviji) that thlrly dii'j:,4 nfier'
il«i,e.J.ii;-,i'icl.in. apply t't.ihe Chief Commission-
<;.- or l,.:i.ii(l ami .lVo!-ksa,nd the Assistant Coui-
mlssiiiii.-i- (,f,.Liuid.s.and Wc.r.k.s. for a l^icc-ace
tii I'Mj.-peit for Coul andlPeii'oli.uim'oJi i-hii. following dei,;c'fll..e..l land ..siiuate on, 'tlio Ritchie?
trail.ouc'-luil/ mile norlli of Couldnij-'creek and
,. -;y;:«'Y,::; ';V,-v'NOTlCE.',.-■*■;?'/'..
■ 'Xiitiee.islieri.diy given liintaiidnysiiflci-'iliili' I
ioiililu C(ily., in teiiil to iipply to llie Chiiif-Coni-
inissioiier of Lauds a lid Works iind. the Assis-
liint.ftoiiiiiii.ssionei- of Lands 11 ail.'w'oi-k's for the.
district of.Kusl ICootenny foi- ii lii-eiisC to ,'iiros-
pect for!C(iiil;and I'elroleiiiii on l/ie 'following
"(l(isciil'ie(r'iaii(ls::, 7Sii 1111 tc four niiles ■,eiisi'""n.f
Akiiini-.mis Creek iiml oiieniile iioitli,'oi' liie In?
tcrniiiioniil Houndary Lineiii tliesouilieastorn
poi-tioiior, Kast Ivootein'iy iliStricl."■;':' (7,'oinmene-
ali ii 'posi.pliuited libout iw;o';iiiiile.s eiist. i:of
'I'hbinas'O. Nf;v,-mnii's clnirii heiiig'llie initia 1
post iind marked Kmilc .Cote's • north west;. corner post; tiieiu-e sOiilli'SO ehin'n.s.H'iieii(.e.'eiisi"Sl)
{diiiiiis.'llieiieeViira'lh SO eiiiiiiis..tlieiiee woflySO,
cliniiis io pliif-e-of.-liegiiiiiingt containing1 ('.-Id
ucres nioie or less. . . .77. ,? ..; :-'-" -. •? ? .;t7'7
V^iVociiiletrsiipL./iii.liiVi'siii:)?-' ???i;5:::?V::'V^YVVvVy":y;-
'■f. ■■■ Yif-., " V7.7V 1CMJJ>li; CO'lMiii^LoeaKii- yfy
.Yii :?!';•'.?. 77   . .vloliri:;'l\ Itliirr. AKt-iit   '.
llCoiiniiciieiiig at:iiVi|ios|V|l>l(inieil |7.iir)rfliy;of
bcingihe initial post iidjiieeni to Kiiiile CdUi's
eliit.iii; mid inarlted II enery t'oster's soil ih wist
eorner posl, llienee eiisl, Si) cluiiiis,:ilit-nceiiorl.il
.Siiehiiinsyllienen west Sir,chili 11S; ;l luince south
WI ciinins to, fife pliiee|of ix'gihiiiilg.coiitiiining
iiii) ii(iies:iuore (u-iess.; ?V?.:?7S;.y ?' 7?^?:??j;iy
.?•- Liicated Seph;l!lth.'Uidil.V ; y-..yY'yff: ■ f-'-i}-
,?,;;.:, •'■;,' ',-&,'-.■ ii.i.o.N]'':in'-:i;'Os,i.,Ki{.':.Lo<?Mi6r'
7' fi"i ■ : ;'!"yV| '.' y'«.?'^!';Vroini:"'IV'.l!lua'?Ageiii..:'?
■'; Y.fy.tY-f.'SqTlCEY, tfyyiyfii -
•y.Sixtydii.vs after (litt«; tlio. -iinilet-.-si^11 i><I  in7
ieiids to iipply .loaliirciiiel'VCiiiiiniissionei-,: of
tv.iiids a'iiil Woiksiit ..Victoria? 1.1. C.y i'oi- .-'purj.
■:":.  ,    ,, ,,  , SEND i'o'lt SAr.TI'f.E cocv. ■'■.....
 1 ■ ■ -."^^- . ■ ~ 7- '~^~tr.
' Administratbrs. Notice"'-....,;, .
^^vvi '(•'*-.i> iit,'i-i-i'y;giye:: • t;yyyy: !•- ci*e<-ii!o:V
'tin.- IvsUileiil' lhe Inii; .lolin'.i.'ras'.-iel: ;ii'.-'?i', -
i|iiirci.l oii.oi lieliiiv.i.tip 17th (lay iii -NoviVinlii..;?
I (Kin; iii fyle iviili .lliirvcy .■.■''Mi-Cnrtei- nl' I-'oV
Steele. Solicltor-i'iu- Kol.ert Dempscv'Ailiiiiii.
Iiii ra I or. :i sliitcuiciii. ol llicir nrcoilin* 111111 lhe
iiaiuri'iif 1.hi'.'security ifan.\0|H.l'd by'tlieiii iu,,l
liil,,-e notice. Hint. iifM.ii- the" sa id tt'tii,.. liny .</;
Niivemhcr die'inliiiii'iistriilor will, priiiMM-d io
dlfirll'iile .-ai(! Kslnte iiii ring nl-gili-ii, olil;.',-ilo
'the lii-eininls ilii-iil/yicil iiiiilNi'iniiiil lie i-i.-spo-.i
sililC'ilo said lislii'tefiii.iin.v'iic.c'oiliits not fylnd
ill I'm.- time of ilisirihiuiiiii. "•'■ ' . ?.:;
:' DaUal ill l.'iirlr.S'uele.'Oclolii'i iOtii.M'.1!):!. '..'
..,'■ "•'' :■"?:• ■■■'■' itAi;\'K'i'.^;iMeCAt;'i;Ki{. V;;?-
.," I- ';. 7, Sijlieiloi-s IVir Adiuii.iisli'nti.ir?
V'-y yff NOTICE. •-?"■„' :yf
N'oiice is hcrciiy given (lint sixty daysyin'i 1
ill'iiu t inieiid nvupply' to the 1,'iiiet; l,'(iiniiii,-si(i:i.
cr (if LniiiU iind \\poi-l(.s for iierniissi'oii ,i;ir;jiiir.
chnsi? thC' l'(jl hnf Ing 'di.'si-fllie'ii'lil nils i'ii,,'|.;;i..!.
Koiiliin'iiV : : (-'(iiumeiiciiig lil 11 |ioS(j |iliiiiU.(l iff
the mouth of ii sloiiglioii.tliiyii.-ifit'.s.ldc' oVitiVi.'.
KooteonyKiver aiid including iiii liin fslands
lil. tlie lOooloniiy river, n'cfrlli.' of sn.id I'lOstViippii-
site iiiid iid.iiieiMit'to Lot liliiVOi-ini'p; I, Kpcn.1ii1.-iy
IJisLrfeLfiiii aer^S|imi-e or liisy.. ■.■',: ■? ■: ■'- ' :.■ t>?:....
"VOtrteiiVtiiis l^l^
,':«! Y- ■'":";!'   ! ? ?IUDSPN::i!i.:I,AXCiLIOY.;V;
lying between L-n ISj-'i aad ;m>. »,(? . Soutliuni
Ke.si;ji--.-e in tin.- sout'aeas', p'ot-iioa of .ICast Kodic-
iiiiy Uistrici, JJriUsli Col 11 m hi i- :--"•',, '?jp?..::   y
,.- I'.. Cohiliit|liel'ug-"at a ],:,n plniiteii (/ill;, tho
.Kilejj!.;,,!r,-ii!-oiic--lia,i'i' uiiliv horih, of i|V"<-iijl<li-<>y
creek- an.l ,lmi iniles north ci? tiie inter-
niitioiiiil, llouiuliiry; being iiiiiiiii posl?inljaceiit:
to the iioi-tiieni.t'.eonier of 1;corgi; -J-T. Dit-'icson's ,
• eluiiii,. fiieaei: iiiirtii sii. chiiins, tiieiieeV-cast SO .,
ii"l eiiiiiiis:.I li.c-iii-e soi'iili sucijiiiiis'. "tlicii'ii'c." west,SO ":
.liiriiis to the plii'-e of beginning i'.nd ciiiitiiinlns-'-.
tO;ai;rcs?    y ' rfgd. Kdiih H.:.i-laiiii.ltoii.'i.oca't.o'r ;
;'■'."■ -. !':-'-'I-'   '  ,V •' ■'  'i|iiiiic:4'Kifhi'i-;'"A(ji.'iit'..-.-'l
;::i<iAugiisi.iiii):i. ;.     ■■'•   " '    .-'■    •"'-':' "
■.Votii-i.' is.hei-,..|iy.givi-.)i ihiu  flii.vt.v days after
dale l.iiii.i.-iiiltoapjiiy'id piei.'liici CommiAsioii-
cr of Lands ami ilm-'Wcn-ks. :ind AssisiiiuiCimi-.
■iiii'ssio'iiVii; oWLiiiuisiiuii. AVui-Iis;... fii.1   n Lici-iice
I" pr?siii;ei?fii|-ir'Oiil,iiiid I'el lijlimin oii„'ilii'.i" ^oly
'lowing ..i.'seiilv.-ii  Iniid- sitiiiite, im the iliilchiel.'
,iiu(.l':l^li)'g iH'twi'cii Liit^t.-i.s'.ijiniflhi- li.C. .Soiilh-,,
erii. Hesi'ii-ve   in   the   soiii.lielis'l portion of l-instV
Kooteimy l.iISf|-lci, Hi-iiish (.-/ilninbiiiy-   "
■7 7g. 7 l.'.iiiiiii.-iii-iiu.- .ar n, post --plumed;,'on i-tlm?
Itilcliie iraij nliniii 'lim yards norlh ivlCVinlil'wy1:.
ci:eek„iiud i,'wo milns 'iim-fli of tlie Inleriiiitioiiiii ;
■llttiiidiiry. beiiig '1'nitiiil. post.-a.ljiieciii Ilo! lie:
mirth'Ciisl' eiij;iici7tif Knyiier W',;II.iliI(iii"s'eliiili'i.
ihenciV<(iiilh'i'!i.<-ii;iiiis?'tlii.uce i'l^t, si clAiii.-iV. ,
tlience |ii.iih,cu eliiiin's' tlifiiiec west soj.cliiiiii-i
to the' placi:, oi;;;, licgiiining and ciiniitlning .tiiii
ilicres.,; ,. ',. :Sgit,( leorgimic., |.-iiiding. Loeiiioi-
■;-■'.■:■■:..'. ."' ..liiiiie.s l-'isliei-?Agi.ni.-
?^iVdAiigii>vi..:iiiii;:47   :: ■■', ',,;?,   .;;::?"?';;;.;? y
'■■'; •i'AKoioyir,) '.'.-■■
Cl-ai-I'll.-IOATK.OI.' i.MPUOVIl.MI.IN'l-S.
77 NOTICE.,.:-:,;.,...;.-.?:..:, y:
hind iii.Soiilh i-hist' Kooteiniy:.',beginning.:iii/.ii
pnslVplaiiled at the,iioi-.theast eoriibi- of liot Mo.,
-HiilC.tlrbiip I?: tlie'iieei:soutli..!'(Hi?eli!iiiijt -id-tlie,
ribrtliwcst'ciiriiui-^qf. J'^pV ISfo.'.l'"»"'»V I '!,.Pll-<,c'f<Jiisi-' Its.
::l'!iss:RniI^viiy.""a|ieiiC(;;.|foll(iwii]J7r: tlio ;i;igi|it:,of
wrii.'Vo.i'siiiil.r!Vlw'iy|.lo the iiliit-e.of'liegiiiiiiiig.
conlniniiiglfiinei-iis imirCor jiisi;???, y'77-; 7; ,;
• iWtcdl^itlrSepteinlior.'iiiillt?.?:"i£f ■:'■'Yf '';?'..."I
Sixty'1 lays: iil'teiVd'atlfliii: ■; liiidei-sigiie.il iii-
tenil .'io -''apply- tictlie. Chief Commissioner- of
Lu lids': ii nd \\r(>i'l<s 'nt^Y'icloriiiyB.C.forpcr-
inission ln;piii-cl.iiisu. tho following ..described
lniid,;iu Son.lhV'Kiisi Kooleimy: ibegniniiig li'l.'ii'
postjilaiiled.at Hie hoi-tiieasi eorii(M-tof Loi.No.
■Il-il'j, thence l-iiiiniiig -10 ('-hiiiiis tii.the southeast
corner of Lot Mo. I'.iiill.'Hience iioi-tliSiticliains
to llie|iiortheasi'coriier of liol. No. i'.liili; tlience
iilong the riglit of way; of'the Crow's: .Nest I'a.ss
Kail way to tlie place ol','bi;giniiiiigi containing
175iieres more or less. 707 ■ ,;: , ,' :':' a",;"':
llalC'icMth Sispteuillteiv.-I'.ilW. .Yf  '■".. :   V
,10   I.   ?:„:.', .?       ::..,.„   oLOi?",i',u.\'i)..,
i.Sittuiie iii Hie li'oi't Steele iMining I'.'i vision of
iSastlCoiifeiiiiy liislrict.:"K >:?;,-.- ?? Y'?''Vi-.. ■'-.
Wli()i-e'I(Mriiie(J-^9u:'Norlli:SI,nr Hiii.?:-,. ?;
'.Take NilHice that L,TlipS?'l\MeVi.tiie. 1-". JlV
C?^No.l I.THiiLiigeiit, ."foK,TiiosV'l.'r- .AfeVi t) liiTlv'.-
M.'C.V'Xii/ li.7:ii.i I -ileiiry!■'•isii'er, VRji'b.'-.'; NoV
]l.j",'i:'.ri—liiiiviii Nujvollc free jVI iiior's Ccrtiiienie
No.V H.THIiil. ih'ieiid. .six'ly.jilny.s fiiiai.fhe.iliii.e.
hereof, ,tA:.,a|ip)y-«lo tlie'MiiiihglKccoriliirfoiJn
Ceifliheiiiii of'Iinp!-(Vv(iiiiijnl,s.7f(i);l;lie. |iurp°iSiiol'
oblninlng a-Cnni-nllniiilolcihenbiive claini??!.
'-•'VAnd.-'-'fiVi'ili'er'-'tiikeVikii.ice-tliiit./iiielioiiii uiiiIim--
Sf'ciiipn-ltT.-ii'iust IVo-.cojlirjiunVuii^lljoforiJiliiio'JNijii^i
'mice of,such C'crli licit to of Impidvil'uieiits:; .7 ?•
Dated! this ISthVliiy ofVsiigilillV'AHXVliilwIVi'"
: :i5"y..V ..y-V- -VV-'y.-'rHofe vi'.^i('ViT'i'iK.y?
■'. V'-y,V  Y-        V'NOTICE. 7 :■';;'??.
Notice, is hereby given that tliiriy: days lifter
dale I'.Joseph KiiwiiCClroul. iiileiid to iipply 10
the Chief CoinmissioiierVif.' Lands mid .Works
for the District, of'Kast Ivoolctiay for. a license
io.'pi-qspeet''f6r coiii' and petrpleuni 011 the
following, described, liuid situate .011 the. Aka-
miinus erpek about eight inilps north (if lhe I11-
terniitioiiiil Hoiindniy Line:iii tlie District of
liritish C(iliimbia;coinme.ncihg iii ii:post.pinnii
edwesi of li.eing thciiiitia! post adjacent to the
.JleCiitchem.chiini iiml .liiarkeil .tosepli Kdwiii
Grout's, southeast corner post 7thence., nortli.
eiglity chains. ? thenee; west ;'ciglviy, eliiiins.;
tiience'soutli eiglity chains., thence east eiglity'
eliiiins'". to place of 'beginning continuing six
hundred'and forty acres more orlcss. 7.       ■; 7
Located Sept. 10th.. limil.   , .-y y "■■.'.
;, ?! JOSKl'll iCDWlNiiTJOUl", Locator
' "iii- " .:    y."- 7 ■' "''  '     .rolin T. Hlnff; Agent :
1!).   Comiiicncing   al
posl one-hiilf
iiorlii of !•:. (J. Colenian's elaini, iiinrUed K
Moln-i'lcy-s norlhcasl, corner post Ihenee sinilli
III ehains. llienee west, UK), chiiins, Ihenee norlli
1(1 chains: tlience. enst Hill ciinins to piiinl in'
coiniiici.eenii.-iil. Lucnled I7l.li day or Sept. MUM
.     7,       :     NOTICE. „,:.'■.
Sixty days lifter date the undersigned intends to apply to the Chief'('ominissioiiei- of
Lands aud Work's, ai. Victoria.'. 1.1.0.. for permission to iiurcliase the following, described
innils: Coniiiiem-ing nt the post of the lioiih-
eiisicorner of II. Darlings' purchase near Cal-
lowny. thence west S(l chains; tlience"liiirfli so
chains, thenceeast Sii ehnins': more oi- less"to
the. Ii.C. Southi'rii llailway right of way. tli.ene.i-
souiii tilling the said 'right of way to the pliice
of beginning conliiiniiig iii.il iicresinoro or less.
Loeiiled this lib dny or Oclober. limn.  ■
'•12'-,. ,     DI'DLKY  IIAKLIN'I?   '
your' :iU,e!it,i(iii is, citHed to t.h^
"I 'iiinoer I jiniiled" trains (If flu.- "MiC-
,.wiiuK-e.(; it Sl. j'aul Kailway."' '"I'lie (inly
pc.rfeil'li trains in tlie-vvin-ld.'*
Y,oii will Mud it (lesiralile to ride 0:1
tlidse trains when "(lino' In any point sti
the1; Hasted! Slates or < jiinada,.. 'I'hcy
connect.' with all - '[.'raiiscoiil.iiientaf
'l.'i-aiiis and all Ticket A ■rents sell
I'1!)!' furtlii.-r iiiforina! ion', jiiiiiiph (r!s,
isk a.iiv '.i'icket   Aticnl ur
2(1. ('omiiieuciiig
iuljoiiilng 10. .Molii
-Ul chains, llienee »
iilchains. Ih
II.   I.
,   KUKD.
'hss.   A^'.-nl.
■i.   I'i)\'i'!-*,.
.jiii-i-a! Ayeot.
nl.   a : posl    north   of. and
i-lci's   clnini.    mnrkeil    II.
sl c(..iii(-r posl. Iheiice norlli
• west liUl ciinins. tlieiiee   soiilh
ce ensl ll.iichalns lo point ofcoiii-
|.i.l-:ile.l i;;i,li day (if Sept., V.W.I.
21. Cnmniencliig at (i l»)si eiisl, or the While
liivci- .ipposite' K.i'oleuiiiii's eliiini. marked ll.
Mobei-ley's s.iiilhwesi eoriiei- post, thence noi'lli
.eighty chains, ilicii.-c casi eighty ciinins. llienee
sniilii eighty ciinins. iliciice wesl eighty eliiiins
to point of ciiimuciiceiii'-nl.
Loealed lath dny'of Sept.. IWHI.
- (1. MOHKK"LI-:V
22. I'liiiiinciiclilr nl a l'"st one-hall mile soutli
nf (i Model-ley's eluiiii. marked C. Hunt's
souLliwe.sl ciiiiier pnsl. thence miilh ill chains,
thence en*l ICU ehaiu., Ihem e souih   HI chains,
Sixty diiys iirtei-ilateilii-. iindei-signed inteiul
lo apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works 111. Viclorin. H.C'., for perinission lo
purchase the following descrilu-il liinds.: ('11111-
ineiiciiig nl n posl phinlcil (in noriheasl c(iriiei;
of lot niimlier I'.ihii (I.I Kiisi.' K'noteiniy. ihenee
in n northerly direction ji long lhe right of u ny
o.ftlie H.C. Southern Knilwny Sl).chains. Ihenee
west III chains more or less 1,11 flic noriheasl,
eorner of II. Dnrlings piiri-hnse. iheiice, soui I,
KOclialiis, ihcnee ensi, to the place orliegliiniiig
coiilitiuing lim acres more or-less.
Lociiieil this 7lli dny of (Iclribiir,. I'.NI.'I.
12 1; l.'KANCIS   lll'TTI.Ki;.
' ''.-    -...... ..I,  ■ ■..      ':.,,.   :"?   -.
N'ulii-i! is hereby given I hiil. sixty days ■after
dnle 1 Intend to apply to ,i,he CliiclCnuinilsslon-
erof Lands and Winks al, \"le.l.orhi.. II.C, lor
permission lo tuirchiise Hie following ilcsi-ril.cd
lands in Ka.si ' ICoolenay: Ciiinuieiicinir :ii:i
posl planleil nt llie iiiirlhenstcoi-nei-"1 Dudley
Darling's purchase near (in Ilo way and iii.-irl.cil
Willinin Itreckeiiridges- iotillicnst eorin-r j.nsi.
theni-c riiuiiing west sn chiiins. i.lieiu'e 1u11.H1 in
cliains, I hence ensl SO chains inure in i.-ss i..
llie H.C A Soiiiliern Knilwny. thence in ..
soullicrly'direclioii iiiong snid riirhl id way so
ehnins more or less in the plac.' of in-glnuing,'
coiilaiaing I'.'-li aci-i-s more or less.
Loeiiled tills rih day id (leiol.er. I'.iiili. }
■■:. .Notice is hereby g| yenliin v till ny, ihtys ai'iiVi-
date j;;itinjiiiil^tro'flpjilj;.to the Cliii/f Coin hvissioiir,
er of 'Lihids;aiid;\\roi-k.s iiiid'tiie Assi'stiiniCiun-
iiiiissi.oiairot'jLiiiids niid Worksfoi;;i license id
pipspeet foi.cpal iind pel roloiiiii pii, tliii.tplloiV:
.iiigliicwribed Iii'iittsHii'iiieloi.i.iiie'-liili-lii.  "trail:
ilboiit llii) feet eiist of Coiildrey.Creiik iliul lying
biiiweeii ^?ptV-l3Sii,.:a.iid Vtho  HiC.SoiitheriiHe-
liiiy District; British ■Colli in I i'i h'.:-fyf:y.;.:Y'y$. "iiyfr
''"■- ii? Coiiimoheiiig'iitVa.llostypiahldii;: ph.Kilio
:Kitel)us .1 mil 1 ?.:tlVoiil-Vl(ill?I'.eiVeastvftf:C'oiiIdrey
Creek iinVI Iwoiiiileslliiiirtii ot tiie^ Iiiie.rhiitiohai;
Houhiiiiry. 'JeitigiiihtiiiK|iosi 'of? l/iiiVi■-.'^■,L Coul,-,
iyosit SUehiiinS. liieniai lipriiis'ill  chains.' ytlii'lii-e
,'i'iikt SO '(.-.hiiiiis'-to'.-llio  place of liegiifiling.aiid
cpn th iiii tig ('.III ncn;s.   ■ .'i:yi'". ",:■■' ■'.-■,-?"■-   'V'"
"?■''.'■'.'"•?'.'•■■'.' y;--..... .':Ssil.L;i;iii.il..Si'C(iiiliirey:?l'jociil(Vi-
- ?' '.'Y-r.-f v',. •■',. ■'■ ''y .Vaiilcs Fisii.ervAgeiii y
'•-21si.;Aiigiisl-Vl!ii):!.; ';'."''•' -V'Vl •"•'.' ';!'V ° ft'; '"■■'..'
Noli(-e is hereby giveiilliiH ihiriy days nlier
iliileJ intend, to npply Cbihe Chief Couiiulssioii-,
erof.Lands and Works a nil the 'Assistant Coin-
iliissidnoiyof, Lands (iiid .Works for a,, license' l...:
prospeel for contniid pelroleuhi'011 the follow-,
ing deserjbed land siliiiileon the 1,'itcliie inlil
nboiit Kill feel (.'list oft'ou.ldrcy (ireek .-ipii ! .ing
between Lot' -InSii niul the IS. C. .Sduilierii li'e-
serve iii llie iSoutheiist portion of Miist'i-lviiiV^.-f
iinyjjistrii-l. Iii-i,tisii Coliinibia: .-v . ■: , ,.
.  li.    Com1ne11eing7i1l.il   post plVniled i-ii'i'jJlhe
two niiles north of.tho .liiteriinlioiiiil l.iouiidnry,
being ,Iniliiil. post iibjiieent. to   llie,' northeast
comer of ,l.)nii|-'".S;  C'Odldrey's   i-liiini:    Ihenee
north.SO ehnins. tlieii(ie,W.est SO olinius.   Iheiice
souvh So.cliains.;thence 0ii>a• ■«» .chains  lo tlio
.place of beginning and containing IHO acres. '
..     ,,.-..:.-?? ,.S.gd,7 Willfiini II. i-'iildlng-.f.oiiaUir
,.'.   ■'i ? ° V,   »   ? ii':   .limies Kislier.,,Agent' ■■'
;'■' 21st'August';lSip:i.|_Vi    !.?"-' ' :'" '■'"■ .'.,-:-'■'..?. ?■';
QCotieeis liereby giveii lhat thirty days after
(lute i'i nteiii to'apply to (he Chief Comiiiission-
er of, Liiiids'iiiid \yorksvaiid the, Assi'sidiit'Uoui-.
missiouei- of LatidsinidWorks for; ii  license t"
pi-ospectfor cOiil.niid' petroleum qui he  following deserilied-hiiid situniepn tiie Ritcliie Trail
.about 100 feet east of Couldrey creek and   lying
between  Lot 'ISSIi.a'iuI  the  I I.e.- .Southern lie-
.scrve'in the Southeast, portion, of  KastKoote-
nay District. IJriti.stiColumbiii::--
1 c.   Cbliimeiiiing at a' post   planted .on' tlie
Kilcliie trail,- liHlV feet, easl or  Coiildrey -Crt «k
iinil   two,, miles .-norlh   of,  the    lnteiiiatioiuil
Hounilary.  Iieing  iniliiil  post   adjacent  to'the
iioi-tlii-'iisl corner of t'nnl S.  Couidrey's  cliiim.
'thence north so chains,  ihcnee east .su. chains,
thenee sou lb sn chains:  1 hence west .mi citaiiis
to  the place  of   beginning, and eontainilig ivin
iieres.      '.' Sgd. Ili.cli.ii.l L. Wright. Loi-nio;-
,■■'"'■'   .limies I-'islier"-Agent '
■list August..lOiill.- y   -f   ' i  ■'.'    .
I Notice is lie re by given thai tliiriy days afi.-r
da lei i nte mi to apply. 10 ill" Chief Commissioner, of Lands and Works.and lln-Assi.-'i.aiit Coin
iiiissioiicr'of Laiiils :i nd Work*, for it license ti."
prospect foi coul and petroleum on the following described bind situate liulhe Kilcliie -lri.il
aiii.iit lim feel east of Coiilili-ey creek .md lytue
bcluecn Loi ir.S'.i iind lhe H.C Soiilliei 1, K.--
serve in the southeast. |ioi-lion ol Hnsl Kc.ie
nay Disfi-iel. liritish I'oliiiubiii:'
il. ('omiiieiielng ■ nl. 11 posl planted, on the
1,'iicliic Irail lull feet i-nsl ol'.Cinildi-cy creek niul
11111 niiles north .oi.l.hO Inlcrnal i011:11 Houii.la 1 > ■
being tin- iiiilial posl, adjacent 10 the norl hen-':
corner iif I'nnl S. ('loiildiey's elaiin. iliem-.'
Milltll SO elnijlls, l.llcncc easl SII cjiiini'.. Ilieh.-i
uortli sn ciiains. I lieiu'e wesiso eliiiin- to il'n
plai-c of beginiilie; niul eontiiiiiing 1.Id.ncrc-.
Sgd. Ceorgr II., Dickson,  Loi-.U-n
.liune.s |.-jsliec. Ag.ii'..
■.  2lsl Aui.'iisl,'' I'.'ir.l. '  ,      ,■'■■'      y '"
N'nlleeis lli'l eby :: i Veil lllill   Ihiriy  il:i\..   .Ill, I
dale,I inlend lo n pply I.. I li"( iiiel ('oiniiiis-- nm
..•r ol Ln il'Is and Works'a in I Ihe As-1-Inn! Coin
niisslonei nl I,niiils iiml Works roi-ii Licence m
liriisjiec.t im-Coal and I'e.iroleiuu 1.1: lie- following described land -iluiite ..1.1 the - liiie'hie Ir.ii!
iilie-liiilf inile north iif Cniiidi-eJ -creel.- ntid tyil:;- j
iiei ween Loi ir.s'i iiml tin- I!.('-. Soiillc-.ili l>--r |
serve in tie- soillh.visi pen ion i.| South Kasi j
li"i..i|enii.v Disiricl. Hi-ilisli ('i.I(111111 i: 1.   , j
e ' Cuiiinieiieiiig ill n posl planleil 011 !!>••
1,-iu-liie I11.il al'...nt otie-liiiif inile north of Coi?
diey I'-reeU and two miles norlli of the ini-i- '
iiiitii.ilii 1 Houii'lar;.'. l.eiu;: iiii I in i .post adj.-i.■.■;.: 'j
1.1 11..' n.ii t licii-l . oi'.'icr ..I ' leoi'i.... n. [.ic'iisoi:'- :
.'Iniin. tiieiii" souih .-" cli.-iins, , the .ei- e.i-i so .
riiaiiis. llieute nortli SO chains, thaucc-   nest so
'liile.-t inlend.;(to-ap]i!y.-ui,tiie:chi(;i' Coirni.iis-
.sipiiei-iif: Lil nils iind Works iinif. .the , ASsisCnil
C'oiiimi.-;sii.'iiei; or r.aiid iindA^oriis.foi'a.liceiice
to ]')i-osp,yei for'Con I anil .Petroleum /oil ilie fol-:;■■'■■■
lowing described In ml lsilUate<:loii. itlieVnitehiis?;
Irail iiboiit,.i(.wVvni'ds,.iiortii  of: (ioiihirey; eruei;  I
.niid: iy ing lietyvi.'eitLoif-l.rvSi) .'liiiLilie H'.C.'sSlilli-.:,,
crn lleserve ,'nihe;syuiti.o';i.st  porlipnyof, Kast
Ivoofoiiay liislrieliV liritish ColiiuilJiaV: ;?,??;:.?
h.y Coin in;-lie ipg-nt.irl pijst: planted   on    t.he;,':
: h'-iti:hie ti-iiil iitibui 1.0o,ynrd.s"h'oi-i'h.of CouldreyV
creek and tu-o nii'les iiortli of liie 'inierniitipiiiil
llptindiii-!/;  being  initial: post ii(lj>ieent 'trfthe;?;
.j.i.qr tiie:ist;coi-imr..oiu^yu 11.: W?:ilih ton's .'.clai 111,?. ■;
tbeiiceiiprtliSO eiiiii ns, -theiiee' eust ,H(')*cliains,y;
'tlieiii-e.s'oiitri SO-eiijiins. tlieiiee: iv>st, wi e.luiiiis -'*
to the iiliic'e, <9f' begjiiniiig n'rid c'piitiiinliig|i;'i0   '
lieies'?.     '? i?gd. Lph'o' No. -iVLimiteil. Loihito'r   .
?:-'.';y"'':-y"''':'f :.'■'■■'■■' '-'■" .liiuies l:'i.-;her. ivlgent-,?
?7Noiice islietebygiveiiihiaihiiiy daysVnl'ler V
ilate Ipiuwjmlti) a-pply lo.'ihe (ViiiefCominissioii. ,,;'
e'riif LiinVl.s'andVW'pi-ksiiiiil tlieAssisfiiiii Com- : ■"■■;
'anssipiiei-'o,f'L.!iiHls.ii|!i(i.-\\^irlrs for-'ii.-jie'ensi': tbV;:
'prospeet l'..ir <-.o'ui.aii(i :piHi-oleiiiii .iiii tlie? llii Iii w-?,;
ing itescrll^eil land sitiiittooii, t-lie Ritchie trail l;!'.
ahiiutl'itlio yards: nprili ;'of Coiiidrey creek;,i n't] v-
lyiiig between;Lot iaSiiiiiui1 the,;n:i.:;:°Si)Utbeni?'r:
Rese|nSi;in' the sputhoasi piiiiipn of Kast ICoolt;v Vy
,n;iy. fitsti-^ei,.itritisli Cpitimbia:-^V;: '{■'■:f;6 ■■.■'ft'fi
i.: Couinieiii-iiigVaiVf ' j.fist "plaiitea ■ oiiVthiiY'
h'.iteliie tritil:;ilioul.,!0i! yni-ds. ne.rth';ol| Con hi^rey;7 ?
'(ti-eel£\iiid livdpii iles. north sily tiiptiitei-hatioiiui-:
■.7l!oi,Mdli|,ry.yl)ej'iiK-.;h.ill:hil.;;-p().iL.. iidjrieont ipiihe; ?
npri^eitsi .i:priie.r|:'(yf:V;Cieprgiua);.C
;eliiihi.°lheni,.e.i(p,i.;l'!i';J>|''.: eluiiils^jtlfepei-yeastlV-liV'l
eJuimsg,l;iiene'e:spiiih;,So'elijii iis,! theli.ee'yweStySulV
eiiiiiiis io the pliiiiejoiiipgiihiing■liimjifdii'tini'ii'uif ,,'"■■;
(til) aei-es.7 7,;;,;7.7.;:;;?sgd; Louisas If iihf.fY6iinl.ijff
yfiyfyisyiyf •;':.■;-.': i?,7V:.;;.liiihies!.ifisiie'r,;Ag(-:ii'ty:::V:
I v2;ii);;Aug!iist:?li'!o:iV?!vV!;V''V'VV!.V! ''''ftftfifii
';■' Notii^i Is liereby given i,hnt,'thirty days ?aiter'•'■'■
date  r  Iiiienil, 10  iipply Vtii-tlie Chief Ciiinmis-y Y
;siiiner of.d.iiiids und W'Prks anil, tile  Assistiin't y:
"tjomniissionerpf Lniidsiiiid Works fort'. Ii1-i--1i.se? ;
tii prospeel for ('olil niiii pel roleuiu .;o.ii. tlie  fbi-;
Ii)wiiig7descrih(d   hiiid, sitiiiiie'oil'.ilie K'l.icliie ..?
irai 1 'ii lion I iDti'yn rds; noi-i li, of ■ Coiilil rev en;ek
iiiid.lyii;.^between,Lot inso-iuid'tlie'i.iXIJ'.Soi'itli- y,
erii .Keserye  i{i|"the,soiitheasi"portion:|o|f'Kast.'"
.Kooiciniy'iiisti-iei. firitish Columhin-;-  ?y    77 ■'.
" j.  'Co.iiiuieni.-iiig, at  11   post   plnnted on .tlie ,
Hitchie ti'.-iil iilidiit'-iOil yn'rils noi-iji 'of Couidrey
i'-reek' and livoiiiifos iiorth of tlie iiiteniiiiiViniil ..'.,''
Hi in Hilary,   being   initial y-pi ist  iidjncent iolbu     '
iioitlienst  eorner  of   Ceorgiiiiui   f.|; l-'alding's    ,
elaiin. thenee south SU chains. Itiieiiee ;eiist -SUc.":
eliains, tlience iiorlh SO chains, thenee  n'est' SO..
chains .to the place of. beginning it31 ■ I eontiiiiiing
UK) acres. Sgd.;.Iuhii (•",. Hooper. Locator
'':,'■'■■'.,.' ''■■ Jaines i-'isher. Agent   V ?
: 2;tli .August, 140:1.   ? ','" I '. .?,,".-'■
Notice is lierebyigiventitiit thirty days lirier -'
datcJ.intend to iipply to the Chief Commission- ..
er of, La nils and' Works'11 nil tlie Assistiiiu'Conf- ?
juissiouer of Liinds anil Works i'orirlieeai so ti :
prospect for con! and 'peiroleiim oii the. follow-•..',. '
iifgilescrihed linid siliuite on the Kiich-ie,,trail.'."•.■.
nboiit 'fOO.feetiid'rtli iif- Coiildrey. creek in the ;
soiulieasc lioition of Kasi Kooieiiny :Distriet.: V
.l.ij-ilisli.Coluisihia.:-: -• ..;',":. •   ?
k. ..Coinme.iieing  at   a   post, planted, on the
Ititehie.trail libout mo feet  north'of Couidrey
creek and tw;o miles north 'of tin; Intei-natioiml y
lioundary.  being  Initial' post adjacent  to tho •-'■-'
liorlheast  corner of .toll 11 ,K.'  Hooper's elnin 1.;'
tlieiiceiicirtiiA-'lch-iins. thenee hast "so eiiaiiis,    "
thenee s7outh:S'.) clmiiis. thence west SO .chain.-.:
to  tlie' place'-of beginning lind.ebuiainiiiir mo
.iieres. , ',.    , Sgd. Martini. I tin ton. Locator
27tli August. 100;!    ,      .laines I-'isher. Agent   ..'■■'.
1? Commencing 'at (.i   post   planie-I on   the     .
Kiteiiie tr.dl nbout'ii.«.i feet  north  oi? Couidrey   ■
creek iiml two miles north of. ilie lutcrnatie.nni
lioundary. being  initial  post  adjacent  to  vim
r,'orthctist ci.riiei   of ,|..|in   1;.   ll,ooi"-r'i.,ilai!:i
south so.chains.'tlieiiee oast.su chains
norlh mi cii.u 11-. t'tieiio-. \v,:.<i  -1.1 chains
place  i.l'  beginning   and ei..!iUiiiiiiig'i-lu .-.-'.
Sgd. r.ewellyn Wynne. Locator
1. ' ".'. ... . Jaiacs l7i-licr. Agent
\11gi1st; i:ki;i.
.77 ??'
■'■'■": :'V.f
Ii.  the
Shaving f. Hair Dressing1 Parlor
.Vevi'lo I Mien I.i I Hotel „   ■     .
I ' '    '       ' ■        0      f
l-"OTff   STEKLE,   n.   <;.
.All   K'in.Is   iiflliiir  Wui-k   a   s,' i,-i|ir
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I 'l.'Oi-h'IF.i'l ill.,
X ll ('I'lULSI i.N'l
I'i:ti;i.-ii( ii.-i
-ei! I..V Prii\ iiii-ial '
1 iulii and silver ...
Si Ivor und loin I. .
('.'old. silv.-i- and (.
1 "uld, silver, lead
H'l.'ll,  K. ( ',
, -.-w.w
r., , . . ;     .'t.lll.)
(ipj)'-l-..   f.OU
Sani[ilfc   left   with   (..'arlin A-.  IJm-ick
ill receive prompt:nttontiou. THE  PROSPECTOR,  FOUT STEFLF. B.  <',, OCTOBER i'i.   IfiOJl.  fa    (^-'t< )  For  Soft,  White,  Fragrant  Shin,     .._  Use  BABY'S  OWN    SOAP  N*o  other   Soat>   i~   j'l-t   "s   K'ot�� '���   03>  ALBERT TOILET S0Ap   CC , '"i;   I'OKTREAL,  THE MAS TEX MIXi! % ... - liltsou-  l.i���Wimil i-ofti in tin- -kin w|i.ii |.n.in|.d> . I in-nu-it  ,,f irnn-c. eilii nl-t, ��i. iiniilii.il.I.- f.��l t... wiim-.,  I urn. ���-. i.'i.m-iiir"   rri'r*-"1   '   '    '-    ''���    '">-���'"���"  |n.-til|l<'.    Allnrt Tulli-'. >"U',J I'o, Mil*. M.i.nunL  ���>  North Star Lodge  NO. 30.  f&hz igfco&pector*  SATURDAY. ()( "I'ollKi:  :!1,   l!Hi;:  I   LOCAL NEWS.  |  ���T-uuaiiuuuiiUii��iuuuiiuuiiuiiJuiuii-?  (leorge deary returned Thur--  day from ;i short visit to  Fernie  Constable   Liddicoatt, was   al  Cranbrook Friday.  I'. Jensen. Wiina. wu->   in lown  Tuesday.  \W  II. Sliiru, Tracy,creek, was  in lown Monday,uu busine.s.-,.  M.  P.Cooke was in   from Fish  Lakes .Monday,  (!us   Thei.-N   was    down  IVrr\  creek TiiomUiv.  rom  cruTJUT.iynijjjnj-u-ij-irinru-insrriiir-u^  I Imperial Bank of Canada  | CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   $4,000,000  �� CAPITAL (paid up)      -   $2,983,896  | REST ACCOUNT       -���   -    $2,030,312  g He-cicI    OPFicG--  Toronto.  c, t. it. Mi-:i;i;n"r. i*i-c���mu*mi   i>. i:. w ii.kii-:. vin-i'iv.s. .-md ii,.n. mum,  S ACI'*NTS    IN    (ll'I'.AT    liKITMN     ll(.\u-    I'.'inlc,   7"J   l.oinliiii-il   SI.,  5' London.                             ?                                                                                    ���            P  & ,K  Pl A   I Iclll'I'Ill   1 i.lllliillL'    I illMIH,'-- Tr.'lllsNl'U'il.       .                                             p  ��' Savings Hank Depantnent.-- Interest allowed nn deposils.     jtj  | Cranbrook Branch.                 i-. h. MARSH, Manager. j��  d'u"ui^jCT!n!j\Ji>i>uuiJjTJT>i^  I ti- Canadian BanK of commerce I  ~!r X-  t ' *  \i, HEAD OFFICR--TO:.'OMTO.  #  ;f I'm id 'iji ('ajiilnl ij.S.7ti0.(i(iO: Uc-crvc Kinul .���f.'l.uno.OllO:  ># ��� Annrensilu Iti'sourc'i-. Over Wi.000,000.  �����  .2.'               ,                           I iimlon officii; 00 l.tiinliii id Snoot,  I". ('. ������      %  --J-.                                                 Now   Villi,  Ol'l'icc:   10 I.\cli;iii^o  I'lncc, ^  ���j'- ,                                                          '     ' ��'  I*      And 101 Iji-iiiii'lifa in Cim.'ida, tlic I'liileil Staic-i and Uriiiali Coliuiiliiu.       *  <t ^  # , , *  I   Cranbrook Branch.   . F. C. MALPAS. Manager.   %  *$^^:\\-^.-#<--<:#<.-ie--i*--S5:##^^  NOW    IS   THE    TIME   TO    INVEST   IN  Constaule   Morris. Criiuhrook. ���  was a Sleele visitor Monday     '   j  M  Q  l"*  ��� _W.Uxl. due Is >   aud   grouse   ;uv  [ilen'ii'ul this reason.  sey Mines, B.C.  W     R.   liosh.   M.P. P..   was at  Ni'l^n Thursday  A.  F. AND A, M.       G.  R.  H, C.      , '   ' !  �� POUT STKKU; ,11   i.  TtCKUl,tr MH'-HiiK".��� l->t Ti-i' ^illi\ in t'ai'l  month .it 'Jijfhi o'clwli VUmnj; Itn-tnorn .in  uopJiaily nivltijcl  Kilt Kivt'^Loilt'i..   I'i i-i'.u    ic_riiltir   tin'iilm;* [  lie-Id tli-st I"i-ldity nf ...U'li tnciiith. '       '.'���" i    ������       L       i.   -CY      ��� j  '  CruiiDivoU Lnd'c C'taiili.i.uii   i-igulat- tuet'i-    auditor,    loit    Oil     !��� ridtiy S   Slime I   '  in;/.-! !ioli!_on thj.-_ltiiiii_',t'Uui_--jJii;._iJf '^^h nioilili_  _      ".TTiil^i.rii" Sucrutary."  \Y.   '.I.     (���oepell.    "overuiueiii j  il't   on  for "Wi udorutere.  X. A. Wallinircr.  Mrs. Wallin-  ger   and   Mr-.'   T.   rl'."  MeViilie:  Visited'Cranbroolc Thursdas'. '      j  ,Rocky Mountain  Chapter  XO.  1A5. K. A. m.  l-'OK'I'  STHKL!.. il. C. <      j ������;��� . , i  ��" !:^tihtr:r���-���t;r.^-2iuiT,i..^;ir !,, |     Ol\* Staples. Siiliwaior. Mich   j  ���ac-li inunth nt oiL'iit o'l.-lock. 'wits  resisit?rod   at. the  Linperiul'  Sdjuiii'tiiriir ('(jinjittmoti- .iro 0(ii-di;i'i!y j ^ ednosuay  diivituti.  i  Geo. S. McCiirte  R. L. T,. (Jal,bk.\ith Suribe K.       A., W.   McVittie and V. 1-] vde ]  Baker, Cranbrook. were in town I  Wednesday. '       '  '        " i  J. A  Hiirve?  Spi'aK-iiii; ul tlii- causes underly'iny what, may lie alinosl called ,a realce.stal.e revolulion in l.lii.s seelion, I  mmlil s;iy i Init'I lie process has been one ol* anylhin^' bul arl ilicial inllaliou. True. Hie. ruA'oliilion has come  u il li'conlpat'ati\ c siiddiMines.s, bin ihis i.s due lhe progressive policy of Tlie Crow's Nesl I'ass Coal Company, lo  which ii is indebted fur such a powerful iinpul.se. " ��� ��  The  v'oini'iau.N's   e\i<eiidirui"e.s  iu   this seclion'^ interest are 'now counted by lhe million instead oJ'Jiy lhe  dollar.      This  i.s   an era of ii'reat development, in lhe Crow's Nesl Pass.    Tlio marvel i.s nol lhal Lhe sl,iini'iiiis is  here, b:;t thai, i! wan delayed so lon^'.    The rise is substantial, and there is nol tho-loast likelihood   of unylliinj,'  ._^__i_ in_ l)je_ nalure ol_ a relapse.            .__.., ��� _-'_      ---_.    - __ :__     .     ���_   ()n the contrary, devolopinents will ])roccocl and values will ascend in an accol era dins' ratio.  There can be no more significant sign pl' tlie coining prosperity in the Crow's Nest Pass, than lhe plans  which the coal conipany are now puttii'i<>-' into effocl, I'or greater development of their properties,  and   the  enor-  niuu.s'demand lor llie product of their mines and coke ovens.  i  As the population increased in Pennsylvania, with lhe developinonl of the groat coal properties llie re., so  will it increase in the Crow's Nest Pass ,       ' ���'  Only   those, who  have  -watched   the  development  ol' the coal and fcolce industries in other seel ions, can  grasp'the certainties of a future not'Tar off, and are taking advantage'of the conditions here by investing at the  ���  right time in llie right place. u    '        '     ' '  -L..  .    HARVEY & McCARTER  llrinif.trri,,   Moluitors,  Ntit'mex  JJebli(.t  ' Coiiueufihcerti etc.  .,,     o i. *  ���fokt STKrcr.rc, b. c.  RRVRLSTOKIS STATION (Hid COI.DKN  COLLECTIONS       PROMPTLY      MADE.  j    Joe   Taenhauset*   received    a I Wllte    llie    fOT    partiCUlaPS  large  consiii'nment o:   imported; -1- __  ipo  and"domestic cigars Friday.  W. IV. ROSS  Barrister       -      -       Solicitor  NOTARY    PUBLIC  CONVEYANCER.'   ���  Fort  Steele,   li.   Q  ���TII OMA.S    Al c V rTTTB  I  P.I^.S.   c^  CE.  Fori, Sleele' B.C.  I'Vui'i''S'i 1:1:1.1; I>i:vi:i.(ii'.mi:ni'Syniiii;ati: Ltd  ,   I.IK Lcnilciihiill Slri'"t, l.oiiiliin. I'liifcliuul.  N. A. WALLINGER, FORT.STEELE.  I'OST On-'ICIC IIO.X ti.  J. G. CUM MINGS  r  CIVIL    ENGINEER  Provincial    Land   Surveyor  FOliT  KTHIiljK,   Ii. C.  GEARY   &.   DOYLE.  CJovernment Agent Armstrong1  was at Nelson this week on legal j  business..  An- emergent convocation of  Rocky MomUain Chapter. 'R,A.  M., will be held October lQtli.  , ��� 0. J. .lolinson. a prominent  Moyie mining man was in town  Monday.  Govern men I Agent Armstrong  went west on official business  Tuesday. 0  THOMAS CRAHAN, Agent  Morrissey Mines, B. C.  A bridge gang is at  Skookum  Chuck this   week   repairing  thell ridge near the old crossing.  Mrs. C. M. Edwards was visiting at tho residence of Mr. N. A.  Wallinger Tuesday.  , Editor Simpson, of the Cranbrook "Herald, and Mrs. Simpson  were visitors at Steele on Sunday last.    ,  1  J. G. Cummings. P.L.S.. returned Wednesday from Sheep  creek, where he was,engaged in  surveying a ranch for Mr. Emory  H. KERSHAW,,  GROCER  Fort Steele, -B. C.  .  FRESH  FRUIT,  ,    ��Bcst Tanglefoot  FLY PAPER  A Full  Xcixze of Patent Medicine  LADIES DRY GOODS.  Fort   Steele  Cigar   Store  JOE TAENHAUSER. Proprietor.  A  l-'ino   bine ol .  Cigars,' Pipes and Tobaccos  Billiard 'Room0  -   ' t?  WATCH MAlCKi;  unci   .IKWKI.IOU  ENGRAVING and HEP AIRING  PERIODICALS  Toys,,   Books   and   Stationery  5*  Indian Agent ' Gal bruit h returned from an'.official visit to  tlie Indian reserve at Tobacco  Plains Thursday.  Liveru, Feed & Sale Stable.  Fort Sluc-1^  B.C  . Ileynhii'  Daily  Sta^c   moot.-  all  trains at b'ort Steele Junction.  a A DDLK .\;   I'ACK  HOUSES  IICA.MING Or ALL   kIM>S A Sl'LCIALT^  Mrs. T. C. Armstrong and  family returned Wednesday from  a visit to Mr. and Mrs. ��� Fenner  at the Cherrv creek ranch.  M.    D.     Billings    and Fred  tlaines.      Cranbrook,      of the  Herald &ialT. were 'in town Stin-  dav last.  CARLIN   & DURICK  GENKKAL    MERCHANTS  Fort  Steele,  Sole Agents for i  Hast  Koolenav  VV  - Canton steel  I N. HANSON, 'J  ^ General JVlercHeirtt AND ^  ^ Liquor Dealer*. ^  S^* lVranufacturer of all Kinds of Lumber,   ,    A large assort- ^S  ^              niont of seasoned "Lumber ;i.nd Shingles always ��� ~g  S^,                                                  on hand ~^S  ^             DIMENSION      LUMHRK      A      SPECIALTY. =2  I      WflSfl, - -    BG. J  COMPANY  DP\,    SAWYER,     V.   S,'     W* J* f:of;l)oL  provincial atidi-  jior. was at Steele this week 111-  ���'���-peccing the book's ;u the gov-  ; ernniein olliee.  Oflice and Stable  I 'urili'l' ii!  fialbrailh and Ha/.i-l Strf-cl.'-  Fort Steele. B. G.  (Ji-'I'It 'K fl \Y^       Moiinav      'l'iiii^-|  day .mil "->a; .i-ii.i\ .11 ^i.-.-i. . <  Fort Steele  Diamond Jubilee  miss b. moss, nOSpiLctl  i MATROX.  Oi-iiil.uiar: oi St.. L11U1.���. Hosiiitiii.  "       ���'  ,   ���        \'7.ni-'iuvi-r   11  c..  ��� Ii. L. T. (ittlbraith. Indian  I a "���cm. wtih ut the Tobacco Plains  ! reserve thi> week" on official  business.  The Fort Steele Cigar Store  has just received ti lurgo invoice  of fine pipe.-., call and see them.  This I iirftil ul'ion ' liar l>ei:ii i'<-i-n!itly  riilaryirii It iy a m-u' wiiiuf ivliji-'n i,- now  npi'.n fur rei'iiiiliiiii of |>:i! i'Mitf. l-'or  tut'ins iipply In .,.''���".  C.qit. R. S. ���(���'.-. Tho'rold. Lou-  ilon. -England, with two' guides  left Steele Thursday on a, hunting trip, to Wl'iito Iii ver.  1). S. ('ni.nter.   .sii|iei'iiiteiide.nt  uf   tlie (iold ��� lii.ver   Mining   <^'  ] r-'nwi-r f..'oiii|iatiy;    was   iu   town  i.i .?..i ���  Miss  i:. .Muss.  Matniii.  I-'. Smith, Si  i r riua-v:  im, St.  I'.r  ANDRI'W    Nl'IUHi  ,G0NTRfl.GT0R     ^"    BUILDER  liorsi.; and Skin I'Ai.vTixf;  (";Al.oiMlNlN'0 niul  I'Al'l-'.K   1IANOINI!  li'OKT STEELE.  B.  C.  H?"   A11   wi iik  promptly do  in'  Jack Thompson who has   been  placer   mining    on  Wild    .Horse  ���reck   diii;ing   Hie   past summer',  went to   Terry   crei  ���lc  liiirsday  lo take, the position  of   manager  of lhe Perry ('reek- Mining Co.  THK .MASTKK MliCIIANH'S I'l'ilKTAi;  SOAI' li..;ils niul s(iMi;u7 (In- i.klii. '.vliil'-  l'1-.cnniilly i-li-iiiisiiir il nf iiri-nsr.  nil.   nisi. *:lr.  Inviiliiiilil!' foi in.-liiiiii'..-.. fun ������.. s|i<>rl-.uii'ii.  l-'rcc siuiii.ilr mi it-rt-ii.i. i.l -J.-, fm- jHisliiiri-.  Altii.-il Tuilci .Siiiiji I'n.. .Ml'rs .Mi..liLri.iil?  litis STiciir. i.s guarai'iteed to be e(|iial lo .lessop's or   Firths in all  riAUD Rocic Worn*. .  ^  _  sok���Grows Nest Goal company  s������, ,o���s��� oiam, powoer company.  Miiiini;   Supplies   a  Specialty.  Agon Is I'or the    MASSFV    HAKM^IS    CO.,  Limited.  F,*a2?2ixing   ImLpleixients.  Charles P. Campbell.  'I.l IK   UNDIvKTAKKK.  FMI'.ALMIN'<;   A  SI'KiMA'LTV'  T.KI.KI'IIONK  OI'KN   PAY  AND  NIC I IT  I'osi' (')ff 1 <'t; I'.ox   1;  CRANBROOK, B   C.  Port    Steele  Brewing    Co,  FOKT STEELE,  B: C.  MANUFACTURERS     and      HURWRWS    OF    MXTliA     PIN IS  BEER    ^    PORTER  SOLD    BY    THE    BARREL,    KEG    OR     BOTTLED  Bottled beer for family use a specialty  t  OUTSIDE ORDERS GTV-EN STRICT $ PROMPT ATTENTION.  SATISFACTION GUAM  ...Mutz ���;''&���' Seottr Prop's..  Port   Steele  Meat Market  T. ROBERTS.   Proprietor.  Fresh and Salt Meats Always On Hand.


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