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Array Has Mines that are Paying Dividends and Hur  dreds of Properties that can be Made,/' ^  Dividend Paying .Mines.   -  F-TFTH   FEAR---NO. <.<>.  'Oi..-  '%  ��**fto  NELSON.  BTITTTSH  COLUMBIA, SATURDAY   AUGUST as, ,1891  Has  Three  Smelters   in   Successful   Operation,  and  Enough   Ore, in Sight  to   Run ,  Several   More. ,  TWO  DOLLARS A YEAR:  CHECKED   BY   THE   COURTS.  The Management of the Hall Mines Buns  Against a Snag in Its' Officiousness.  floury l_. Croasdile, general manager of  the I Tall Mine!?, undertook to regulate the  business of the Nelson- Klectric Light company, this week, and thereby Henry \L  Croasdaile occasioned the arrest of .John  Scoley, a man in his employ.  For many mouths-the Nelson Klectric  Light company and the lLall .Mines company 'have, been fairly good neighbors.  The mining company had an agreement  with the light conipany for the use of 00  inches of water from the light company's  penstock, and upon the strength of this  has been using over lot) miners' inches. In  addition to this the mining company has  from time to time tampered with the  light company's water gate, to the annoyance of the light company's electrician! Three weeks ago, as a result of the  opening ot the light company's water  gate, the company's property was considerably damaged, and a. loss of . 1,805.85  was sustained by the light company. The  Hall Mines was notified that this damage  was occasioned by the interference of one  of its employees-James Christian���with  the light company's plant, and that the  light company would hold the Hall Mines  responsible for the loss or damage occasioned thereby. In reply II. IL Croasdaile, for the Hall Mines, denied any responsibility whatever. sand then the trouble commenced.  The light company came to the conclusion that since II. I_. Croasdaile would  not pay for the damage occasioned by his  company's employee, it would supply the  mining company with only such water as  its contract called for. A gate was put iii  at the head of the mining company's  Hume which was regulated so as to supply 00 Colorado miner's inches of water,  the most liberal of the several statutory  inches of water. About the same time it  was found that the light company's machines wore overloaded, and the Hall  Mines smelter being supplied with light  over an isolated wire, the mining company was notified that it would be impossible for the light company to supply  any further light. This happened on  Wednesday.  The Hall Mines consequently found  itself without light aud with no more  water than its contract called for. The  absence of the light was inconvenient,  but this was nothing compared to the inconvenience ot being obliged to get along  with 00 inches of water. Sixty inches of  water were not sul'licient to granulate the  slag from the big furuace, and consequently the mining conipany wa�� put the  expense of working a double shift of nine  slag pullers at a cost of about $45 every  -IS hours. To overcome this difficulty the  Hall Mines made fin application to Judge  Forin. for an ex parte injunction restraining the light company from interfering  with the mining company's water or light  supply. This application e.-inie before  Judge Forin Wednesday evening,' who  refused to grant the same, as it had not  been shown that the light company had  cut' off the, water supply contracted lfor  or that it could continue to supply electric light without damage to its own  property.  The following night H. E. Croasdaile  took the law into his own hands, and  John Scoley, an employee of the Hall  Mines, was instructed to break the lock  upon the light company's water gate,  which restricted the miuiug company's  water supply to 00 miner's inches. In addition to this the mining company set a  guard of twelve men upon the gate to  prevent the light company from recovering possession of its own property. This  forced the light company to cause-a warrant to be issued for the arrest of Scoley.  Armed with this provincial constable luce  repaired to the gate, accompanied" by the  secretary of the light company. Scoley  had left in the meantime, but a guard of  two men remained. These men were formally forcibly ejected from the light  company's property and the broken lock  upou the water gate replaced.  Friday afternoon application was  again made by the Hall Miues for an ex  parte injunction to restrain the light  company from failing to comply with its  contract to supply the Hall mines with GO  inches of water. This time the application was supported by an affidavit made  by Paul Johnson, the company's smelter  superintendent, to the effect that there  were not 00 inches of water passing  through the mining company's flume:  that therefore the mining company was  put to a considerable expense for the services of slag pullers, and that the light  conipany could supply ample water without inconvenience to itself if it so desired.  The light company opposed the application for the injunction, contending that it  had not, nor did it intend to evade the  provisions of the contract for supplying  the Hall Mines with (>0 inches of water.  Au affidavit made by E. W. Cummings  respecting the supply of water that was  passing through the mining company's  flume was tendered. As sufficient time  had not been at the disposal of the company's counsel to have the affidavit sworn  to, thecourt summoned Mr. Cummings for  examination. To the court he testified  that he had measured the water llowing  through the mining company's flume'in  the middle of July. At that time there  were over 150 miner's inches. On Thursday he again measured the water flowing  through the flume aud it amounted to 1.58  iniuer's inches. He testified that he put  in a six inch water gate, connecting the  mining company's flume with the light  company's penstock, and that lie had set  the valve of the gate so that  it  would  supply 00 Colorado miner's inches, since  which time no change had been made to  his knowledge, lie further testified that  the Colorado standard for water was  more liberal than the California standard and that it was practically the same  standard for measurement tis set out in  the mineral act of the province.  W. A. Macdonald, counsel for' the Hall  Mines, then made the plea that if the  company was supplying the full amount  .of water called for by its.contract there  could be no harm in grii.iit.ing an injunction for a short period, but the court did  not see it that way. The application was  therefore refused, but permission was  given the mining company to apply to  justice Drake for an injunction if it could  be shown that the statements of engineer  Cummings were uot correct. The court  allowed the light company counsel fees.  The light conipany was represented by  P. Mc*L. Forin. of Rossland.  ft is to be regretted that any such mis-  uuderstandingshouldhave arisen between  the light company and the Hall Mines.  That it has arisen is manifestly owing to  the high handed policy adopted by 11. 15.  Croasdaile of the Hall Mines. It cannot  be expected that any company will allow  its property to be damaged with impunity, nor can it be expected that one company will allow another company to take  and retain forcible possession of its property. , It is evident that the Hall Mines  require more than 00 inches of water, but  it is equally evident that the manager of  the mining company is not likely, in pursuing his present policy, to secure any increased supply upon reasonable terms.  The Hall Mines is a big concern, but it  cannot ride rough-shod over every smaller  concern. It can demand its pound of  flesh, nothing more.  COUNTY COURT CASES.  THERE ARE ENOUGH ALREADY.  The C. <_ K. S. N. Co. Secure Judgment Against  Agent Bishop for $729.86. '  The case of the. C. & K. S. N. Co. vs.  Bishop, occupied the whole of Thursday's  sitting of the county court. Jn this case  the plaintiff company was endeavoring to  recover the sum of $88S.80 from the lde-  lendant, who had acted as their agent at  Kaslo, aud had collected the amount on  account of freight charges. The defendant set up a counter claim foi- six months  wages at $100 per month, two months at  $75 per month, aud sundry accounts aggregating close upou $100. It was a jury  case, but the only point which judge  Forin would allow to go to the jury was  the "question "of?" Bishop's remuneration  during the two months following the taking over of the C. <_���-1v. company's business by the Canadian Pacific Railway  company. From the date of this transfer  Bishop was employed by the Canadian  Pacific Railway company to act as their���  agent at $75 per month. He also cleaned  up some arrears of the C. & 1 .. company's  business for which the company was prepared to allow him $25 per month, but he  claimed $75. Judge Forin expressed the  opinion that $87.50 per month would be  ample reward for the services rendered.  The jury allowed $-10 per month. For  .services reudered in saving goods during  the high water judge Forin allowed  Bishop an offset of $29, The claim of $(500  for wages was not allowed, as it was  shown that the defendant was working  for a different company at the time.  Judgment was entered for the C. & K.  company for $729.80. J. H. Bowes and R.  M. Macdonald appeared for the plaintiff  company. '   ������ '  The Railway Claims the Timber.  In the case of ''.Ten-ill vs Carr, Wilson,  and others, A. M. Johnson, on behalf of  the plaintiff, moved for a continuation of  an injunction granted on August 3rd tore-  strain the defendants from cutting the  timber off the Apis mineral claim near  Sandon. The reason advanced by the  plaintiff for the continuance of tiie injunction wa.s that she was unable to secure  a surveyor for the purpose of having the  Apis surveyed and, therefore, could not  proceed to the trial of the action. The  defendants were wood choppers, who,  under a permit from the Kaslo & Slocan  Railway company, were cutting timber  off the claim aud selling the same as cord  wood in the town of Sandon. A. Whealler  of Kaslo, opposed the application on the  ground that as the claim was located  within the lands granted to the Kaslo 6c  Slocan Railway company, the plaintiif  had no right to the same until she had  compensated the railway company for  any loss or damage. He offered an affidavit to the effect that the timber on the  land was worth $500, and held that the  railway company was entitled to compensation for this amount. The injunction  was granted upon the plaintiffs depositing  a security for damages to the amount of  $250. As the railway company's grant to  the land is subject to the rights of free  miners, a lively fight over this timber  may be expected when the respective  parties get down to the trial of their action. It would be interesting to know if  the government.is collecting stum page on  on the timber already cut off this land.  SLOCAN   MINING   NOTES.  A. W. McCune has traded his interest  in the Idaho for all the interest that Ceo.  W. Hughes had in the Best. Hughes now  owns one-third of the Idaho and St. John.  The Read ancl Tenderfoot shut down on  Tuesday and the next day five of the  miners left Sandon for Peru, South America. Their names are: John Applefield,  Ole Olson, A. N. Graham, John Flannery  and Jerry Connors.  The City Council Sets a Limit Upon All Kinds  of Retail Liquor, Licenses.  The chief business that came before the  city council Monday evening was the consideration of a by-law for the purpose of  limiting the number of 'liquor licenses to  be granted in the city. The by-law was  introduced by alderman llillyer and was  advanced to its final stage. The formal  notice for the reconsideration of the vote  upon the third reading was given by  alderman Teetzel.  The by-law provides that the number  of hotel licenses shall uot exceed fifteen  until the population of Nelson shall number 5000 or more, aud then one additional  license shall be granted for each thousand  people over 5000. The saloon licenses are  restricted to five, and if at any time this  number shall become reduced through revocation, or other cause, no other or,more  saloon licenses shaii be granted. Shop or  bottle licenses are restricted to two  licenses. Restaurant licenses are limited  to three, being the number at present  issued.  The council passed mayor Houston's  salary account for the past four months  amounting to $000.00. The other accounts  passed were:  Bunk of Montreal, interest on over il nift     s ,"_ 110  Alex. Chis.iolni, foreman on sidewalk  55 00  It. A. McKinley, carpenter on sidewalk  A8 2.5  Jerry .liuson. cai-|ieiitei-on sidewalk  15 00  .1. II. Cowan, conveying prisoner lo Kamloops .. Iif) HO  Ralph Smith & Co.. engraving; debentures  11-.' 50  . el .m postolticc. slamp-i  3 HO  John Blaney was appointed pound  keeper on motion of alderman Teetzel  seconded by alderman Gilker.  On motion of alderman Malone seconded  by alderman Teetzel it was decided to  allow the chief of police 25 cents upon  each dog tax license collected.  CLOSE   TO   FIVE   MILLION.  The exports of ore and matte from the  mines and smelters of southern Kootenay  entered through the port of Nelson during' the past week, aggregate $100,100.  The heavy shipments of the past week  keep the record for August close up to  the heavy shipping months of midwinter.  Up to dare the value of the mineral ex--  ports for August amount to $507,237. The  following were the export entries at the  port of Nelson for the past week:  RUT,I. OX   AXD   MATTE.  Pounds  Trail smelter  119,555  Hall Mines smelter. Nelson, matte��� 2A7.HIJH  ���  ' ORIS.  Payne mine. Slocan   Kootenay Ore Company. Ka_o...  Noble Five mines, .loom   Slocan Hoy mine, .locan   Whitewater mine, Slocan   Washington   Surprise mine. Slocan   Rambler mine, Slocan   Black Diamond mine, Ainsworth .  Littlr Phil mine. Ainsworth   Value  Total  Total  Total  Total  Total  Total  Total  Total  Total  Total  Total  for week ...... j   so I'ar for .A upist   ���  for Jufy..;.'.'... ������.".   for June           for May    for April.. '-.'���'  ������  for March......   for February   for January ........... ... ...  via Revelstoke to Aug. loth;  so far for 18i)7   Ap  iroxiinate  Tons.  Value.  150  _7H  '.  15  10.")  It)  17  15  ill  1,2215  SlGG.IOl)  t,7:_  8507,237  4,139  ��513,832  3,461  8483,885  '2,905 ���'.  8307,797  1,7IM  S433.231  5,822  S077,(581  5,201  S502.S53  4,513  Sl>75.500  ��512,078  35.231  . !,S5I,703  A. L McCulloch Appointed. City Engineer.  At an adjourned meeting of the city  council, held on Wednesday afternoon,  A. L. McCulloch, the engineer in charge  of the water works, was appointed city  engineer. This w.is done on motion of  alderman (. ilker, seconded by alderman  Dow.  The by-law limiting the number of  liquor licenses in the city, was finally  passed.   ';��� .  Mayor Houston was authorized to purchase the water pipe necessary for laying  in the rock cut on the Nelson & Fort  Sheppard railway.  On motion of alderman llillyer, seconded by alderman Gilker, the council decided to improve the roadway to the N.  & P. S. depot near the brick yard.  A communication was received from the  acting government agent, enclosing a  copy of a communication from premier  Turner in reference to licenses issued in  Nelson prior to the incorporation of the  city, in which the premier stated that the  corporation of the city was not entitled  any proportion of the sums received from  such licenses.  License Commissioners Meeting.  A meeting of the board of license com-'  missioners was held this afternoon. The  applications of (X Lund, Richardson 6c  Perdue, and Prank J. Donley for licenses  were laid over. The application) of Calkin  6c Smart i'or a transfer of their saloon  license to S. P. Cordingly, went over till  the next meeting, as the legal requirements had not been complied with. A.  If. Clements asked for a license to enable  him to dispose of his stock, and  P. A. Tamblyn asked for a license  for what was formerly Ike JIol-  den's saloon. Both were refused.  A bottle license was granted to P. A. Rus-  sell. A complaint was lodged with the  commissioners against the manner in  which the Victoria hotel was conducted.  The proprietor of the hotel will be required to appear before the commissioners at their next meeting on September  15th in answer to the same.  May Not go Under the Hammer,  lt is not unlikely the Flise mine will escape being sold by the sheriff as ordered  by the court in the suit of its miners to  enforce a mechanics lien. The stockholders of the conipany are making efforts to  save the property.  SILVER   FINDS   FAVOR.  Moreton Frewen Sends a Remarkable Letter  to Judge Goodwin of Salt Lake.  Moreton Frewen has sent a very interesting letter to judge Goodwin of Salt  Lake, upon the subject of bimetalism and  the advancement which the American  commissioners have:made and are making with the European powers. When  the com missioners started upon their mission, Frewen did not attach much importance to their mission. For this reason the  tone of his letter is the more significant.  He says:  Vou see, our people have never had any  particular respect for your financial methods; indeed, why should they !   Thus the  movement of a great nation: the bimetalism of Bryan, the bimetalism of McKinley  had quite failed to impress us.   But this  quite unexpected movement toward free  coinage by Prance hascome as a bolt from  blue. French finance has always appeared  to   us wholly  admirable.   That thrifty,  conservative France should adopt the attitude, that the two great republics could  ��� safely "go it alone," if our Indian mints  reopened, and if Berlin would  agree to  take a   little   silver   annually,  and   sell  none���it is hardly possible to overrate the  moral ��� effect   of   such  a development as  this.   It is not America then that is dragging forward an unwilling Prance; it i.s  rather Prance that is about to become the  target of your gold press!   When Wolcott  returned from France 'last February aud  declared  that Meline, the French prime  minister, was  in  a likely, mood, he said  very little more, and the thing seemed to  ns wholly improbable.    But here is baron  Courcel, the French embassador, collaborating with your men at every step, and  Meline declared to a friend the other day.  "If we (the government) are  put out because of our support of silver, we shall  not be out long."    You  can then imagine  the surprise of our people at the attitude  of the French ministry.    Bryan, we were  told, was a low fellow: he was a ''repudi-  ntor"���a "fifty-cent-dollar" man; but here  is a French government  working quietly  for a  "forty-five-cent" dollar, for a ratio  of 1 tolai, and our press, in dumb surprise,  has not yet found any adjectives.  It is strange that the member of this  cabinet from whom the least was hoped,  sir Michael Beach, the chancellor of the  exchequer, is apparently the most anxious  of all to help things forward to a speedy  settlement: while on the other hand that  member whose speeches iu the past have  done the most to arouse public opinion  here, to the great dangers impending, is  today making all the trouble within the  cabinet. I refer to Mr. Goschen, who was  the chaucellor of the exchequer in lord  Salisbury's former government. It was  this same Mr. Goschen who, when representing this government at the monetary  conference in Paris in 1S7S, said:  "The general effort which would be  made on every hand to get rid of the  white metal might occasion the greatest-  disorders in the economic world and  produce a crisis more disastrous than  any within the memory of men." It was  he also who described the gold mono-  metalic theory as "uiisehevious" and  " Utopian." It is not amazing that when  by consent of other nations, we are to  have gold here, if we rigidly demonetize  gold in India, making India still the free  silver "sink"���is it not amazing that Mr.  Goschen, who has brought us all to recognize the shoals we are running on, should  now be apparently unnerved 'and vasodilating; determined to discover imaginary  difficulties and to invent dangers ?���  Bimetalism at 1 to 15_ ! That, is rupee  exchanges at ten to the sovereign; the  tael and the yen'and all the exchanges  with S00,00(),000 of Asiatics deprived of  the present gold premium of 100 per cent.  This' seems to be too good to be true.  Commercially it means a new haven and  a new earth; a far better world tomorrow  for all the white races. It is better not  to anticipate such blessing as near at  hand : but I do feel, after a period of despondency, that perhaps the very last  chapters of this strange history of finaji-  cial anarchy, which dates back to 187.'',  are even now being written.  LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.  and part of the .lumber on the ground.  They expect to have the excavation' at  the reservoir completed next week. On  the arrival of the pipe -the first shipment  of which has been made���McLean it Co.  expect to work day and night in laying it.  MARTIN   MAKES   ANOTHER   BLUNDER.  XV. T. Cornwall, secretary of the Denver  Fire Clay company, of Denver, Colorado,  was in Nelson this week. He is on a vacation trip, having left Denver about the  1st of July. Speaking in a general way,  he said that times were good in Colorado:  that farmers and stock raisers and gold  miners were prospering, while silver  miners were making a living only. Froin  observations, he believed this was a mineral country with a great future.  .James Madden, a new arrival in Nelson,  was assessed $7> ancl costs or 10 days imprisonment with hard labor by magistrate  Crease this morning. Madden created a  disturbance by being drunk on Baker  street.  It. \V. llaunington of St. John, New  Brunswick, arrived in the city this week.  Like the majority of the residents of Nelson, Harrington is a lawyer, lie has  taken an office on Victoria street for the  present..  Mrs. Simons, a widow living in the rear  of the Vienna bakery, lost a small pocket  book on Victoria street. It contained .21,  and ns this sum represents all that: the  loser had for the support of her children,  she would be grateful if the finder would  return the same to her.  The contractors for the water works are  making good progress. They have the  excavation for the Hume nearlycompletcd.  The Clilei' Commissioner Says that the Government Policy was Reversed Last Session.  Hon. G. 13. Martin was in Grand Forks  last week,- when he talked over railway  matters with the people of that town.  The Miner publishes an account of the  commissioner's remarks, and unless (���'. li.  Martin takes it into his head to deny that  he made any such remarks, considerable  interest will attach to them. According  to the Miner, he said:  "Regarding the railway policy of the  government, he would say,, that it was  doing everything in its power to hasten  the construction of the line through this  district. During the last session of the  legislature, Mr. Turner and the members  of his cabinet had prepared measures, the  main object of which was to aid the construction of a road between the Columbia  river and Penticton: this measure provided for a cash bonus of $1000 a mile to the  company building the road, provided it  was completed within two years from tho  passage of the act. The bill had been  practically killed by an amendment  tacked on by Mr. Graham, the member  from this constituency. This amendment  provided that in the event that Mr. Heinze  accepted the $'1000 a mile, he would forfeit his laud grant. To the surprise of  everybody, this amendment carried."  If G. B, Martin was truthful he. would  have stated that wheu the premier announced his railway policy he had not  sufficient courage to say whether or not  F. Aug. Heinze would be allowed to retain both the hind subsidy and the cash  subsidy. Me could have informed the  people of Grand Forks that the legislature  had no confidence in the government in  its dealings with F. Aug. Heinze, and that  for this reason the majority in the legislature voted for the amendment moved  by Mr. Graham. In making the statement which he did at Grand Forks, il. Ii.  Martin has put premier Turner in a bad  position. He says in short, that it was  the government's policy that Heinze  should have both land and cash subsidies.  He further says that the legislature rejected the government's policy, ff this  were so why did not premier Turnert  Resign?    THIRTY-THREE   CENTS   PER   DAY  JAMES   WOODS   EXECUTED.  Is  the   Munificent   Reward   "Which  the  Court  Pays Jurors in Kootenay.  There are ten very mad men in the eity  today. They were in attendance on the  county court for three days this week, and  when they were finally dismissed this  morning they were tendered88A cents per  day for their services, These j rate jurors-  were A. H. Clements, Jack Kirkpa trick,  T.B. May, George Stead, James Macdonald, Jerry Robilliard, T. A. Mills, Jacob  Dover, Charles Macdonald and II. Du-  harnel. They were summoned in connection with the case of Ross vs C. P. it. company, an action brought by Ross against'  ths railway company for $1,000 damages  for injuries received on the company's  railway during the month of May.  In such cases the.party making the application for a special jury deposits $20  with the court. Of this'amount $5 goes  to deputy sheriff Robinson for his trouble  in summoning the jurors. When the case  comes on for trial five of the jurors are  called upon to try the case and receive $2  each aud the other five receive $1 each.  In.this case none were called, as the defendants secured an adjournment till the  next court. There was, therefore, but  $1.0 to divide among 10 men for three  days' attendance upon the court, which  properly divided, gave each juror .'18/,  cents per day.  When Judge Forin announced to the  jurors that their remuneration would be  88/: cents per day A. If. Clements entered  a protest against being paid Chinese  wages for services, but Judge Forin replied that he was powerless to allow them  any more. He was convinced that the  jurors were not reciving fair remuneration for their services, but as the payment  was fixed he could not alter the amount.  He suggested that the jurors send u joint  communication to the attorney-general  upon the subject. The jurors decided to  refuse the payment offered and will communicate with attorney-general . li'berts  upon the subject.  John Scoley's Case Adjourned.  The case against John Scoley, arrested  upon a warrant for breaking a lock anil  chain'upon the gate of the Nelson Klectric  Light- company's Hume, wa.s adjourned  till Tuesday at 2 o'clock by magistrate  Crease. The complaint in the case is laid  by John Houston, president of the light  company. As Scoley wa.s acting under  instructions from the Hall Mines company  in breaking, the lock anrl chain, he is generally looked upon as a victim'of circumstances.    Big Increase in Canadian Pacific Earnings.  Month .a I., Aug. 21. Canadian I'acific  Railway company's traffic receipts for the  week ending August 21st, were $505,000;  for the same week of last year they were  $ 108,000.  $20,000 For Twelve Days' Milling.  Rat J'oht.u'i:, Aug. 21.---It is stated here  on good authority that a twelve days'run  of the 20-stamp mill at the Mikado mine  has yielded S2O.00O.  The Murderer of S. M. Woods Dies "Without  Making- any Statement. ���  James Woods was hanged in the,jail  yard Wednesday morning. The crime  for .which Woods paid the extreme.'penalty of the law wa.s committed in this  city on the night of October 2nd. Woods  was a crook, and on the night of October  2nd he entered the blacksmith shop of  S. M. Woods on Josephine street for the  purpose of stealing tools: The blacksmith  heard the man in the shop and made au  attempt to capture him. To make his  escape James Woods shot S. M. Wood**  through the right lung, from the effects  of which the blacksmith died on the foi- ���  lowing Monday.  From the time of his arrest the murderer did not betray the slightest .feeling.  In the jail yard Wednesday morning he  was apparently less concerned than any  other person present. He went to the  scaffold with a,firm step. He took the  position assigned him on the trap and ran  his eye up the scaffold to see that he was  fairly under the fast end of the rope. He  shook hands with deputy sheriff Robinson -  and the other officials with a smile on his  face. A' few seconds before the trap  was sprung superintendent Hussey asked  Woods whether he had anything to say  but he replied in the negative.  The executioner, was a Calgary man  and he performed his work satisfactorily.  He gave Woods a drop'of seven feet aiid  death was, instantaneous, the neck being  broken." There was no clergyman present  at the execution. It was the murderer's  wish that noue should be present. The  body was buried in the jail yard in a  large quantity of lime.  The full court was unanimous in its refusal to grant a new trial. The prisoner's  counsel argued that the deposition of the  murdered man should not have been admitted. Chief justice Davie held that the  deposition was admissable, and irrespective of it there-was abundant evidence  against, the prisoner. He agreed with .  justice Walkem. the trial judge, in every  particular. Justices McCreightand Drake  were of the same mind as the chief justice. -  They held that there had beeu no "miscarriage of justice, aud that therefore there  could be no new trial.  Japan's Formosan Policy.  Japan proposes to build 12.000 miles of  railroad in Formosa, partly as a means of  subduing the wild tribes and partly to  facilitate the trade of the islands. Formosa lies off Amoy, China, about ninety  miles. It is just off the coast where it  bends rapidly to the west and is within a  degree of the latitude of Hawaii, it contains about 10,000 squam mile-, that is, it  is one-third the size of New York or one-  fifth the size of Utah. A range of mountains divides the island north aiid south  nearly in the center, and the east side is  peopled by savages. The Japanese have  dropped upon the fact that the best possible missionary to send into a savage domain is the locomotive. There are-'-'50,000  people on the island and it produces, tea,  rice, camphor, corn, sugar, tobacco, cinnamon, pepper and all manner of tropical  fruits. Japan will make a good ''country  of it. __      _���:_ _.  Experiment in Deep Mining.  Although gold miuiug has been carried  on in Nova Scotia for many years, no  great depth has been reached in the workings. The deepest shaft at present "'is* 000  feet, and there are very few down more  than 100 feet. It has been questioned considerably by the mining men of the province whether deeper mining would pay,  and this has been argued from several different point's of view. The question is  now to be settled in at least one case by  a practical test, the Guffey-.Jennings company, having'.let a contract to sink its  main shaft to a depth of 1000 feet. The  result will have.much local interest.  The Canyon Creek Strike.  The Kootenaian: A strike officii ore  is reported from Canyon creek, a tributary to Crawford creek. It i.s a galena  ore full of copper sulphides. Assays "of  samples said to be an average of the sixteen inch pay-streak, gave the following  results: Silver 110 ounces, copper Hi per  cent, lead 80 per cent, and gold $1.10. The  lead is 22 inches wide, and has been traced  about 1000 feet across the claims. The  formation is slate both sides. D. Todd.  .Mike Johnson, G. C. Sprague, L. L. Workman and Rand Macdonald are the owners  of. the group, which was located June l!>th,  and is known as the Silver Hill.  Says Silver Will Go to 40 Cents.  Director of the I'nited States miut Preston announces that the price of silver bullion makes the commercial ratio between  silver and gold 8(5 to 1, and predicts that  within six months silver will fall to 10  cents an ounce. He estimates that the  world's production of gold this year will  be about $210,000,000, of which the I'nited  States will contribute about $00,000,000.  The Miner Changes Hands.  With Wednesdays issue of the Rossland  Miner Fred C. Moffat t assumed the editorial and business management of the  paper, having purchased the interests  heretofore held bv II. W. C. Jackson,  John R. Cook and" J. B. McArthur. Mr.  . Ioffatt is not a stranger in Rossland,  having been for some time past the local  correspondent of the Toronto Globe.  ?5iHI^  ;*���. ���*.-*���  ~ ."V.-'-.*'^''"'. _" ���"*"'���? 1  ���'    ���     i'-i.-.-���-     i   4t THE   TRIBUNE:   NKLSON, B.C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 2S,   1897.
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A. t and.. Bigelow block. Nelson.   Telephone 12.
Rooiii:-
DK',
J.   A.   ARM.STRONtl-(iovcriiiiii'iil    Veterinary
Inspector.    Treats di-ea-.es of all dome-lie animal-.
All slock inspected al Nelson.    Nelson, !!.('.
DR. It. E. MALI Dentist.   < ■'■ .id u.-i le nf Philadelphia
Denial (.'ull__-.    Seven yen rs experience,    licild and
Denial College.   Seven yen inexperience
porcelain crowns inserted.   Teeth replanted.   Olllce
Dr. Oeorge Hall, Maker si reel.
with
works department been in its dealings
with" the Xelson 6c Port Sheppard Railway
company that many people have come to
thcconclusion that the chief aim of the
department is to enable J). C. Corbin to
secure crown lands in the easiest manner
possible. There is not the slightest question but that the Turner cabinet has exceeded its powers in granting crown lands
to IX C. Corbin, but. it is questionable
whether the jumpers of the V'mir town-
site will establish the charge in the courts.
J. It. IIOL.   IvS.'C.  ..— Provincial Land Surveyor.
P. 0. box 82, IC n.slo, li. C.
T O. GWILLI.M. B.A.Sc. _ W
«-'•.' —.Mining Kngineers and
Slocan City, B. C.
S. JOHNSON. B.A.Sc.
Analytical   Chemists,
LODGE
_ _L.-i>.V l,.l>«I.
second VVcitri''-<Ia.\
brethren  pivirwl
MEETINGS
A. K
,V0.
. _ A. M.    Meets
iii'inlh.    Sojourning
The Ames Holden Go's special "Columbia,"
"Vancouver," "Kootenay" should be worn
by everybody who wants a first-class mountain boot.       <-'
Tit eke are few people who will regret
the retirement of l.dgar Dewdney from
the officii of lieutenant governor. He has
had a peculiar conception of the duties of
his office. They were over subordinate
to his private interests. If he imagined
he could turn a trick in any part of the
province he made it a. point of getting
there, and his official duties were left unattended till his return. The province is
very tired of liclgjii" Dewdney. His retiring will be the most satisfactory
move he can make.
Colonel Baker i.s not held in high regard in his own constituency. The Fort
Steele Prospector in a recent issue says:
"We are of the opinion that colonel
" Baker, since he became a representative
" of this constituency, has feathered his
" nest pretty well at the expense of the
" public, and it is our intention, so far as
" lies within our power, that that .sort of
" thing shall stop."
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF NELSON.
_3-_r~"L_^_*Vv*"   INTO.  18.
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SATURDAY MORNING V UL! U ST _j. 1897
The coast papers have at last wakened
up to the tact that the provincial government, in granting  lands  to the Nelson 6c
.   Fort Sheppard    Railway  Company,  has
altogether ignored  the  express orders of
the legislature.   Th_ Triruni-: has contended for the past three years that such
■was the case  but there was  not a single
member of the legislature with sufficient
courage and   brains to secure an investigation into the merits of the charge.   The
Titiut'NE has  no   sympathy   with   J.   L.
Parker and his associates who attempted
to jump the townsite of Ymir held by the
Nelson  &  Port Sheppard  Railway Com-
pauy, but they have  rendered the  province a service in  that they have directed
public attention to the very questionable
manner in which the lauds anil works department has granted  land to  the  railway company without requiring tiie performance of the conditions imposed  by
the legislature.'   It is  said  that. Par Iceland   his   associates   will   appeal   to   the
supreme  court of Canada if necessary.
For the reason  that there are  few who
have   any  confidence   whatever  in   the
present provincial  ministers it is to be
hoped   that such a step  will  be  taken.
When a cabinet for the sake of pleasing
a railway company violates the express
orders of the legislature the electors may
well be excused for  any uneasiness   in
speculating as to the ministers' motive.
In his last issue the editor of the Fort
Steele  Prospector takes judge Forin to
task for not visiting the Fort Steele town-,
site.    The editor admits that there were
no cases for trial, but he diolds that this
was not a sufficient reason for the nonappearance of the judge.   As it is evident
that the pride of the Fort Steele man has
•   been  hurt, The Tribune will  be doing
him a kindness iu assuring him that judge
Forin spent three days in Spokane in the
vain endeavor to make steamboat connection at Jennings for the purpose of reaching Fort Steele.  The best connection that
could  be  made would   have landed  the
judge in Fort Steele after the date set for
the   court.   This   circumstance,   coupled
with the fact that there were no cases for
trial aud that the registrar had  not then
been appointed, prompted judge Forin to
postpone what promised to  be a holiday
trip.- Judge Forin is too busy attending
to legal work in West Kootenay to make
pleasure excursions into  Kast Kootenay.
J". Ii. J'akkkr and his associates in  the
jumping of .the  Vmir townsite, tire  putting up a big legal fight for the possession
of Vmir.    The case has a deep interest for
the people of this province for the reason
that it gives promise of securing a searching enquiry into   the  manner  in  which
premier Turner and  his colleagues have
carried out the instructions of the legislature with  respect to the Nelson  6c Fort
Sheppard Railway company's land grant.
Jt does not matter very much to the people of British   Columbia   whether IX  C.
Corbin secures the townsite  of Ymir, or
whether it falls to the jumpers, but they
have very great interest  in  seeing that
the statutes passed by the legislature tire
observed by the ministers of the crown
ft i.s a matter of common knowledge that
the  provincial   government  has  not  observed   the   conditions   imposed    by  the
legislature in the Nelson 6c Fort, Sheppard
■subsidy  act.    So  lax  has  the  lands  and
Whereas it is (teenier! expedient lo limit Lhe number of
licenses'. >r hotels, saloons, slores and restaurants to
he issued or .ranted in the ('ily of Nelson.
Therefore, the municipal council of the corporation of
Llie (Jily of Nelson enacts as follows :
1. The number of licenses issued and Lo be issued in
lhe City of Nelson shall be limited in the manner following:
(a). The number of hotel licenses issued or to be issued
in the City of Nelson shall not exceed lifteen (15), iniLil
the population of the City of Nelson shall have been ascertained Lo be live thousand (5U00) or more, and then
only one additional hoLel license shall be. .ranled by
the lu-.en._n_ board of lhe City of Nelson for each full
one thousand (10(10) of population in excess of live thousand (, .101)). the basis of said enumeration to be lhe
yearly census taken by the assessor of the City of Nelson, who shall report to the licensing board not later
than Lhe tenth (lay of .I line in each year,
(b). The number of saloon licenses issued or lo be issued
in lhe City of Nelson shall not exceed (5) five, and if at
any time this number should become reduced through
revocation, or olhcr cause, no other or more saloon
licenses shall be. ranted by Ihe licensing board of the
City of Nelson in lieu of such revoked license,
(e).   The number of shop or boLLlc licenses issued or lo be
issued in Lhe City of Nelson shall not oxceed ( . two.
(d).   There shall be granted lo (I.  three restaurants, or
places where meals are served Lo parties at any hour of
the (lay or night, a licence to supply beer, or porter, or
wines at meals, and noL otherwise.
_ This by-law may be cited for all purposes as Llie
"Hy-law Limiting lhe Number of Kelail lji<|iior Licenses,
No. IS. 1S_\"
Head lirst, second, and third times August _Jrrl, 1_I7.
Reconsidered and llnally adopted August _5Lli, IS! 17.
[8I-:a_] .JOHN HOUSTON. Mayor.
Ci IAKI..S E. Skai.ky, City Clerk.
NOTICE.
The above is a true copy of a by-law passed on Lhe
:_lli day of August, 1SSI7, by the municipal council of the City of Nelson, and all persons are hereby required to take notiee that anyone desirous nf applying to
have said by-law. or any pari, thereof, quashed, must
make his application for that purpose to the supreme
court of British Columbia within one month nextafter
the publication of this by-law in the British Columbia
Gazette, or he will be too late to be heard in that behalf.
CHAS. 10. SBALKY, City Clerk.
CORPORATION  OF THE CITY OF NELSON
_3*3T-L.A.*V\7-   ITN.O.   17.
A by-law to provide for the weight and sale of bread.
The.municipal council of the Corporation of the City
of Nelson enacts as follows:
1. That, all bread sold or ottered for sale within the
City of Nelson, each loaf shall be of the full weight of
one pound, and no-loaf of bread shall be sold under
that --weight.
2. The term "bread" shall mean and include .not
only ordinary while bread, but all fancy bread in which
yeast, is used: provided, always, that for bread nfadc
twenty-four hours and over, one ounce light weight.shall
be allowed for each loaf  weighing one pound.'
.'!. Nothing in the last preceding section .containcrl
shall be construed or extended to prevent baker, or other
persons from selling bisciuts, buns, rolls,.crackers, muffins, or oilier fancy cakes commonly made in tho trade.
I. The chief of police shall from time to time (anrl at
least once in every sixty days, and after reporting to the
city council) examine the bakers'shops and carts, shall
confiscate all loaves which may be found of light weight,
and shall dispose of the same under the direction of the
mayor, and he shall advertise in any newspaper published in lhe city the name or names of any person or
■ persons so oll'ending.
. . Any person convicted of a breach of any of the provisions of this by-law before Lhe police magistrate, or
any two .justices of the peace having jurisdiction within,
the city of Nclson.sliall forfeit and pay'for each otl'ence
such sum not exceeding one hundred dollars (§100.(1(1) and
costs, together with Lhe costs of the prosecution, as to
the police magistrale or other convicting justices shall
seem right, and in default-of payinenL of the said penalty
iind costs, or penalty or cosls only, Lhe said penalty and
■costs, or penalLy or cosls only may be levied by distress
and sale of the goods and chattels of the oil'curler or
offenders: and in case of there being no distress found
out of which the said penalty and costs, or penalty or
costs only, can be levied. Ihe police magistrate, or otlier
convicting justices of the peace, may, under his hand
and seal, issue a warrant committing such oll'ender or
ollendei'S to the common gaol or any lock-up house
within lhe limits of the city for any period not exceeding two mouths, wither without hard labor, unless lhe
said penalty and costs or penally or costs, be sooner paid.
II.   This by-law uiay.be cited for all purposes as  the
"Weight, of Bread Hy-law, No. 17. IS97.
I toad lirst, second, and third times August tilth. l.S',17.
Heeonsidercd and  llnally adopted and passed the ISth
day of Augusl. A. I). IWI7.
NOTICK.
The above is a true copy of a by-law passed on Lhe ISth
day of August, 1.S07, by the municipal council of Lhe City
of Nelson, and all persons are hereby required Lo take
notice tliat anyone desirousof applying to have said hy-
law. or any part thereof, quashed, must make his application for that purpose' to the supreme' court of Hritish
Columbia within one month next after lhe publication of
this hy-law in tin: British Columbia, Gazette, or he will
be too laic to be hoard in that behalf.
CHAItLIO.   _. SKALKV. Citv Clerk.
Notice of Application to Purchase Land.
Notice is hereby given that. I. Charles llealh. intend to
apply at the expiration of sixty days from the date hereof, to the commissioner of lands and works I'or permission lo purchase 1 lib acres-of unreserved, unoccupied and
unsurveyed crown land, sil iiulcd near the continence of
.Meadow'creek and Goat river.'in lhe Goal river mining
division of West Ivooleniiy. Hritish Columbia.
CIIAKLKS HKATII.
Hated Ibis 121 li rlny of July, IS07.
oksoiui"no. .
Commencing at, initial post marked "Charles Heath's
N. W. Corner," tlience due south 10 chains, thence due
cast. 10 chains, llience due north 10 chains, thence due
wesl. -II) chains to point of cniuuieticciiiciit. containing 100
acres more or less.
Notice of Application  for Crown Grant.
Take notice tluit I. A. S. Karwell. acting as agent for
J. II. Vming and John i . Daly, have tiled the necessary
paper.-.! lid made application for a crown grant in favor
of the mineral claim " Union .luck." situated on Toad
mountain, in llic Nelson mining division of West. Koolenay disl rid. Adverse claiinani . if any, must llie their
objections wilh tin. within .Jdays from the dale of the
lirst. publication of Ibis notice iu the Hritish Columbia
Gazelle. W. J. GOKI'KL. Government. Agent.
J»alei| at Nejson. II, C. August iHfo, 18! 17.    j[Aug. 'Jj.1i]
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FOR GOLD
Hut for good values go to
Who on August 1st  will inaugurate a
STRICTLY
CASH
BUSINESS
HV.K Ul'li HKICKS:
aOpound sack Hungarian llour SI all
all-pound .sack Spokane flour  I ill
No. 1 Creamery butler, ."p pounds  I WJ
Onions per 100-pounds   2 •_',')
Canadian Cheese, S pounds     .'.. I 00
Griuiulntcfl'.Migar, 17 pounds  lull
No. 1 sugar. 20 pounds  | in)
Kice, iO pounds'  '  1 00
.Salt. Liverpool, line, SO pounds  1 00
Itauch egg. . (i doicen      '100
Evaporated apples, 12 pounds     100
Kvaporaled peaches, S pounds  I 00
Evaporated prunes, 12 pounds...    100
Currant. 12 pounds  I nO
Kaisins, 12 pounds  I 1)0
Costa Iti .11 codec, 5 pounds  100
Lion coffee, n packages   .. 100
Arbuckles'codec, 5 packages '  I 00
Beans, 2i> pounds     100
Split peas,  .) pounds  100
ALL  OTIIKU   GIlOCEKIK.  AND  I'liOVISION .
13ED KOC-Iv llltlCKS
AT
The business centre for the rich
mines on Springer Creek and
Slocan Lake. This is one of
the .richest districts in British
Columbia.
Lots
Ffy\NK FLETCHER, Trustee.
Meroft k McClelland
BLACKSMITHS AND
EXPERT HORSESHOEING
Wagon  Repairing  Promptly Attended to
by 'a First-Class Wheelwright
Special attention given to all l*cjn ds of repairing
an,d custom worl^ from outside points
SHOP:    Cor. Baker aqd Hall Sts. flelson.
Say! are you going to
Not while I can buy
For 25 cents a quart at
a hotel, ° '■
VICTORIA STREET, KELSON
the
CQ0DWIN,
PROPRIETOR
Kootenay lumber- Co,
A complete stock of Building Lumber of
all  i<^inds will  now be  k;ept  at  Nelson,.
Canadian Generai Electric Company, Ltd.
Capital 81,500,000.    Head Offices Toronto, Ontario.
MINERS! You can make use of water power 50 Mes from your mines with oup system
We can also sell you complete telephone outfits and install them.
British,Columbia Branch Offices       "'fti;.!^ .Frank  Darling,  Kootenay Agent
Wire Rope, Feed Water Heaters, Elevators, Shafting, Pulleys, Pipe Cutters,
Special Tools, and a new lot of Tube Cleaners just in.   Roebling's Wire
R°Pe- ■'ttffiSr\£.!S2g%\ FRANK DARLING, Agent.
Will start about March i^Lh
with about double its former
capacity in all departments.
7,000,000 feet of log's tinder
contract for earlv delivery.
The Planing Mill
and Factory
Is now running full tinio under tho management
of C. K. Doty,'"a competent, draughtsman a net
mechanic who will furnish special drawings free
of Chinee.
New Designs
In house interior. . oflice mal .store lixtures, dado
work, nullities, brackets, moulding . book disc,
furniture, turnings, carving, grill work, and bniul
sawing. Orders for all such work executed in an
artistic manner.
One Car Glass
BRUSHES
S
.A.N'I)
Always Reliable and as Represented For Sale by all Leading Dealers
Manufacturers of Brushes
Brooms and Wooodenware
nt.
HERALD0,
MONOGRAM,
SCHILLAR
■Manufactured by The George EvTuekett & Son Co., Ltd.       UNION MADE CIGARS
SOLE AGENT,
NELSON, B. C.
Direct from Holgium expected this month. I tough
and dressed lumber, lath . etc., always in stock.
Two Cars Sash
ancl Doors
Yard anil branch oilice foot, of
Nelson.
FOOT OK HAUi STU__T. XKl.SOJ.
TV W.  GRAY,  Proprietor.
Hcndr.v.v Stro
G. 0. BUCHANAN
Formerly, Stanjey H0,,se
Under new
managerrient
FJefurnished and
Renovated throughout
Everything new and
first-class
Electric lights and
modern
irrjprovenients
Doors,  Sash,
arrived
Band
tnd  in
Sawing*,
stock,
Turned Work,  and Office Fitting's.
1 carload of Chance's Knplish  Rolled
usi
Glass;  all  sizes  up to 4 by 6 feet.
General Commission and Manufacturers' Agent
^G-Eisrc. i__s:
-Great West Oatmeal Mills. Pilot Moudd, Manitot.
■ The _. M. Smith I .scuit Factory. Victoria, li. C'-
Thc 'Virdeii Roller Jlills. Vi. leu. Manitoba
Smith & I.sohel. Cigars. St. Jerome, Quebec
ICOOTKNAV A_AOQU*ART__ ., NELSON, B. C.
e
e
Office:   Bealey Block, Baker Street, Nelson.
Anetioneeps,. Real Estate and denepal Gommission Agents,
CUSTOM  BROKERS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC
IMPROVED NELSON  RESIDENCE PROPERTY FOR SALE
UfJDER f-EW _/\NACEMEf*T
J. G. BLANDY &. CO., Proprietors,
BALFOTJE
This  famous and  delighLful  summer  resort  lias been
taken  over by the above linn and will  Ik: conducted in the future in a lirst-class manner
Charles .St._ Barbe, Agent.
A New Typewriter—Made by a Canadian; Firtt],
We  have had the  pleasure of looking over the  New
.limii. Typewriter, a Canadian made machine, and lind
, a marvel of simplicity t.ln-oii_h which the makers claim
urability. 'the types strike direct, moving only two
inches on' a steel bed,givin_ speed and (,'real manifolding
power. Each type at time of writing is locked, ensuring
perfect alignment. The writing is visible doing away
with the lifting of a heavy carriage; the touch is easy,
the response quick and the type do not appear to lock.
Ituling vertical and horizontal may he done on it and the
price i.s less than half that of other standard machines.
.0 confident arc the makers of flic success of their machine thev will refund the money of any unsatisfied purchaser after a ton days'trial. The Thomson Stationery
Company of Vancouver and Nelson arc to be congratulated on securing the general agency for B. C. The machines seem to us to be at the top in merit and bottom in
price.
COOD SHOOTING AND FISKfiNC
LAWN TEfJNIS GROUNDS
COOL PIC-NIC CROVES
PARTIES PROVIDED
_D____.IJE!I.S   IInT
Shelf and  Heavy  Hardware, Stoves, Graniteware,
Miners' Supplies.
Tinsmithing '„„„ cfnnk n. Estimates Furnished
,   v.,        1 • Full stock or .       ,.      ..
and   Plumbing Builders' and Miners' Supplies        c       Oil  Application
FOR;
RATKS:   $2 (JO AM) S2 ..0 I'KIt DAV.
■W. J. G, DICKSON
_^,_D__.IL,   ESTATE
J&.NXD   COMMISSION"  AG-EOSrT
_v_H_-I_\TG3-   BROiKliElIE.
THE BEST VALUES IN
'BEAT.*"Y BLOCK. HAKEH STIIKKT. NELSON.
■ Kooin (i. Clements & llillyer .lock. Nelson
Notice of Application for Liquor License.
Notiee is hereby given that the undersigned vfill apply
to the board of license commissioners of llie corporation
of flic City of Xelson. for a license lo sell litpior by retail
al, liis hotel, known as the Lake View, situate on lot IH
and 11, block 117. Nelson, 13. C.
KItAXIC .1. OONLKV.
FOR SALE.
Several valuable business sites on  Baker St.
Business block—two stores—-Baker street.
Business  block—three stores all rented—on
two 30-foot lots, with offices above.
Residence lots, 50 teet frontage, Vernon St.
Apply to W. J. G.  DICKSON.
This house carries the largest stock of furniture ancl furnishings
in southern Kootenay.    Substantial reductions for cash.
BUILDING   LOTS.
Dated at Nelson. August l_h. I ...
[Au.. isl llt.li]
NOTICE.
Having a)mointed W. .1. G. |iiel;s()n local nireiif, for
Addition A to the townsite of Nelson, inloiidin . purchasers of lots, or persons wishing information, plans, n,-
price-lists of the addition, will pie i-e apply to him.
F. (',. INNER.
Near corner Victoria and Stanley streets
Views of all parts of Kootcutty
Photograph- in the ln.li. I. -tylcs
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if THE TRIBUNE:   NELSON,  B. C, SATURDAY, A (JOUST  2S, 1897.  3  $12,000,000  6,000,000  =>ir DONALD A.  SMITH   Hon.'OK.. A. DUUMJIONI).  .   S. CLOUSTON    .��� President   Vice-President  .General Manager  N"ELSO]ISr   X^XUb-NCXS.  NT. W. Cor. Baker and Stanley Streets.   IIKANCl [ICN.IN-       LONDON   CEin. land),   NEW YORK,   OHIOAG-O  and iii the principal cities, in Canada.  uy and .sell Sterling  Exchange and  Cable Transfers  <iKANT  COMMERCIAL AND TRAVELLERS'  CREDITS.  available in any part of tho world.  DKAKTS   ISSUED,' COLLECTIONS  MAPK:   ETC.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  ,      KATE OK INTEREST lat present) 3 Per Cent.  REV. M'WHACKERS   CALL   TO  KLONDYKE-  "I listve r<n-eived a call from thu Klon-  tiyke," finiiouncttd the lluv. Joel Mc-  Whti.lcer, ancl Che cafe broke out into  congratulations.  "Thanks," said the reverend gentleman,  interrupting the friendly chorus, "but 1  am in very grave doubt as to whether J  will accept it or not. Of course, 1 perceive the advantage, of going. Jn a new  district I ike that, bull luck is a.s apt to strike  a, clergyman a.s anybody else, tind there  is what I once should have deemed a very  inviting field for spiritual endeavor among  the newcomers, who have not learned, like  the old hands, to hold out against the  temptations of mining life. The call is  oue that i.s entitled to the* most respectful consideration, gentlemen. Jt comes  from a. few of the boys who have known  me off and on for years in Virginia City,  Dead wood, Butte, Bodie, Leadville and  Tombstone. They're not quite what  would be called exemplary men here  amidst your complex and conventional  eastern civilisation, being ordinary mining men. who are "  "Just    the    boys,"  interjected  colonel  the_  Dropper of Nevada  "Precisely," agreed Dr. McWhaoker,  "men of mature years and large experience, who are not prone to attach undue  moral ' importance to behavior wliich,  though it. want of decorum would necessarily shock the respectable, may or may  not betoken a vicious disposition. l_n-  vironment, geography, has a commanding inlluence upon our standards of right  and wrong. I recall the mortification  that, in the days of my youth, while filling  rural charges un this side of the con tenet) t,  1.  had   only   stern   reprobation   for acts  r, which I thought, inexcusably sinful, but  ".which. I now recognize to be merely  breaches of propriety. And," remarked  the frontier preacher, rejecting Mr. Dan  Daly'.-- well meant invitation and accept-  ing'a cigar from colonel Dropper instead,  ������J am not, aware that Moses brought down  from, Sinai auy graven ; commandments  against impropriety. .Manners" are. not  morals by a long'.-hot, if J may be permitted,  the   expression.    These friends  and  '.-occasional parishoners of mine, now seeking their fortunes in the Klondyke, write  me that a -inn nl i Ice myself is sorely needed  there, ami that, they agree to grub-stake  me, and hold a claim for me against my  'coming.''-'They are good enough to .-ay  that a desire for my society is parinount  to their wish for tin elevating influence iu  the frozen and tiresome region. Their report as to the richness of the diggings is  certainly inspiring. There is every likelihood that I should make my pile."  "Then   why  in   the  name of common  sense don't you go, parson?" inquired the  barkeeper... "I'd jump at the chance."  "Because," responded Dr. McWhacker,  . "two potent reasons restrain i.e... The  first is that as pastor of Tombstone's Independent Centennial church I have a  charge which ought to be satisfactory to  a man of my years. It is true that the  camp has run down and the congregation  diminished, but the support continues  fairly good and I have acquired property  interests in Tombstone which need my  personal supervision. The opera house is  in itself an in comeif properly looked after.  But my chief reason is die prevalence of  the tenderfoot in the Klondyke. J. am  weary of the tenderfoot, gentleman, and  shrink from going where he forms the  overwhelmingly majority of ..the population. A daily reading of the news from  and about this new strike reveals to me  what a missionary who ventures there  must expect. I see that they already have  ' dance houses and that.gambling i.s going  on.    Dear, dear, but its depressing."  ���'Miners   will   be miners," philosophized  the barkeeper.  "That is what J dread, young man,"  said Dr. McWhacker, with energy.  "Granted that I accept this call, to which  I am giving the prayerful consideration  due it, and what happens? I arrive at  Dawson, and no sooner am I ashore than,  weather permitting, I encounter a man iu  a red Manuel shirt, with a pistol hanging  in his belt. His trousers are tucked into  his bootlegs and a great slouch hat flaps  about his ears. He says whar aud that-  and calls me pardner as he slaps me ou  the back and invites me to come and liquor  up. Yet, gentlemen, that man may have  been", and most probably was, a, dry goods  clerk in Brooklyn but a few months before, or a plodding mechanic, or an overworked car-driver in some small city of  the corn-fed middle west, where nothing  happens to anybody and where nobody  gets much of anything for what he .-doe's  for ten and twelve hours a day. Its all  drudgery and sordid commonplace, and  very melancholy to think of, for human  life is short and ought to have more in it  for industry than the privilege of keeping'  alive. ' ' ,  "But take a meager man of this kind,  ���gentlemen, and put him in a mining camp  where any fool may become rich in a day  and the most sensible of men remain poor,  and it turns his head. Whatever imagination he has takes fire. He's an escape  from the,jail of narrow, settled conditions,  and has been fired by the cannon of luck  into a freedom that is gorgeous. For the  first time in his life he's free to do a.s he  chooses, and he chooses to have fun. the  poor, starved, brainless sinner. There's  nothing so easy for brains and enterprise  to organize as a saloon and a gambling  game and a dance house. That's why  they're so soon found in a new mining  camp. They're the cheapest snares that  capital can set to catch game, and there  are those who have so corrupted the  tenderfoot in advance that at the very  i im. he's submit!ing himself to the snarer  he is filled with an.'exultant, ,-ense of being tin admirable fellow���a gay and dashing and picturesque manly being, calculated to inspire with envy the onlooker,  lay or clerical.    Oh, I know him !  "The corrupters of tin- tenderfoot are  the writers he has read. The boys who  have sent me thi< (-all to Klondyke may���  I say it with regret���now and again patronize the pleasures ol" the camp with au  enthusiasm surpassing that of the tenderfoot, but they know what they a re about���  that .the bar ancl the faro bank and the  dance house represent in.reality only self-  indulgence aud debauchery, of which  they're ashamed when they've given a  run to the beast thai; most men know is  caged.inside of them. They don't identify  themselves with the heroes of Bret Hart's  stories or poultice, their consciences with  Joaquin Miller's poems. They're entirely  alive to the face that,gamblingand drinking and the rest of it amounts simply to  tolly and degredation. Jt is possible to  save the soul of an oldtimer like this, because he's dropped on himself, but the  tenderfoot is too hard a game for me iu  my old age. Time was, gentlemen, when  J labort .1 with him patiently and kindls',  but now he moves me to anger and a desire tu employ,language not befitting my  profession."  "He  affects  nie  to  kicks," said colonel  Dropper.  "iret, doubtless," wont on Dr. McWhacker, after refreshing himself, "when  profoundly considered, an imitation sinner is more to be pitied than a real one.  He's got so much to go through before he  comes to his waking up place and being  moved to adopt the only happy life���that  of virtue. Nevertheless, 1 think it requires  a man of less experience with real miners  than myself to do effective work among  the heterogenous and too-fresh elements  of the Klondyke. By such an one the  tenderfoot can be taken seriously, and  dealt'with profitably, perhaps, in his  moments of remorse, which occur when  he's broke and humblingly conscious of  the recent dry goods counter and horse-  car. In these blessed moments he realizes  tliat, romance writers and poets to the  contrary, miners are nota distinct race of  men, that they do not speak a special language and are not ignorant of civilization,  find that" a man who'during all his best  years .-in- Brooklyn has said where and  there needn't say whar and thai- merely  because he's changed his clothes and place  of residence and- stands a chance of making a stake.  "I comprehend," remarked Dr. McWhacker, as he arose to go up town to  dinner with colonel Dropper, and surveyed  the respectful cafe with a benignant smile,  "I comprehend that there are plenty of  fools everywhere, but new kinds tire one  leys than old kinds, and the prospect of  going iuto a country swarming with tuen  who i)-i ve cast themselves for the part of  the red-shirted and hairy miner they've  read about does, I confess, repel me. Of  course I shall follow where the lightl ever  seek may lead, but, as at present.minded,  I don't think I shall accept this call to the  Klondyke, pressing and flattering as it is.  Gentlemen, have one with tne before we  separate."  E  On account, of --leaving town I herewith oiler for sale  my furniture and household goods. Kveiything in g-ood  condition.    Inquire at my residence.  ���  1 .MIL JOHN.ON.  Superintendent  frullAliiies Smelter."  CORPORATION  OF THE  CITY OF NELSON  B"s--xJJ_.*Vv7- nsro- 16.  A by-law lo regulate and license milk vendors.  Whereas it   is deemed expedient in   the . interest:   and  health  of the City of Xelson  (hat all milk vendors  shall be licensed and the sale of milk regulated:  He it therefore enacted by the municipal council of the  corporation of lhe City of Nelson as follows:  I. All dairymen and vendors of milk shall be licensed.  Any person or pin-sons selling or ottering for sale or disposing of any milk or cream without lirst: having ob-  lained a license so lo do under the provisions of this bylaw, and without complying wilh the provisions of the  by-law under which such a license may bu held, shall be  deemed guilty of an oll'oncc and punishable as hereinafter provided.  '_ Every dairyman or person, or agent of any dniry-  man or person, wishing to sell milk within the boundaries of the City Nelson shall make written application to  the city collector for a license so to do. Such applieal ion  shall be in the form in the schedule hereto, and shall  contain Llie information following: The name and address of the applicant, llic source or sources from which  lie obtains his supply of milk, the nu in bet- of cows in his  possession, the average quantity of milk disposed of,  cither to milk vendors, milk shops nr private consumers,  the kiild of food supplied lo the cows, if of brewery grains,  ensilage or oil cake, the amounts in proportion to the  total food supplied, and a written agreement in Ihe form  of the second schedule hereto, signed hy the fanner,  fanners, milk vendors or dairyman from whom be obtain.--his supply, that lie or they arc willing that his or  their farm or'farms, cows, food, water supply, milk,  milk vessels, pans, stables, dairy and premises used, or  intended to be used, for storing or keeping milk, or in  which milk is kept or sold, shall be inspected from lime  to lime by the health ollicer of the city, or by any agent  duly authorized hy him so lo do, Ihe kind of food supplied to lhe cows and the situat ion and nature of water  supply for the cows  A. On the above requirements being complied with by  the applicant and the payment of the license fee hereinafter provided for, and on the health ollicer being satisfied with the inspection of the premises, cow's food,  water supply, milk, milk vessels, pans, stables, dairy and  premises used, or intended fo be used, for storing or  keeping milk, or iu which milk is kept or sold, the citv  collector shall grant, to the applicant a license lo vend  milk in the cily.  I. The licensee shall comply with all the clauses of the  "Health Hy-law" for the time being of Ihe citv, and the  health ollicer may destroy any milk he may lind in the  possession of ai^v licensee, or any oilier person or corporation, thai, is loul or offensive in any way, whether  through smell or otherwise, or tliat, may be adulterated  or condemned as unlit by the health ollicer or his authorized ageiit.  :>. The licensee shall have placed in a conspicuous  place on every wagon or vehicle from which milk is sold  lhe name of the licensee and the number of the owner's  license, and on every milk can from which milk i.s sold  the iiami! of the farmer, dairyman or person who supplied the milk to the licensee.  (j. Thu licensee, in the event of liis obtaining any milk  from any nt her  farmer, dairyman or person than those  named in his amplication, shall, before doing so, inform  the health oflicer, and shall produce to the health oflicer  a, consent form, as contained in the second .schedule  hereto; by such fanner, dairyman or person, that he will  allow Iiis'pi-eiui.sos, cows, water, milk, milk vessels, pans,  slahlcs, dairy or premises used, or intended to be used,  for storing o'r keeping milk, or in . which milk is kept, or  .sold, and food supply, to be inspected by the health o li-  cor (hiring such time as lie may supply the licensee.  7. The licensee shall forfeit, his license and be .subject  to the penalties of this by-law if at any lime he sells or  oilers for sale milk obtained from a farmer, dairyman or  person who refuses to sign lhe consent, or having  .signed refuses to have his premises, cows, milk, milk  vessels, pans, stables, dairy and premises used, or  intended to bu used, for storing or keeping milk, or in  which milk is kept or sold, and food supply,1 inspected by  the health oflicer or his agent.  S. The license fee shall be ten dollars (��10.00) per annum, payable half-yearly. If the license shall bo taken  out during the currency of any half-year, it shall be live  dollars (S..O0), and shall expire on the succeeding 15th of  January.or 15th of July.  !). All milch cows and cow byres, and all dairies oi*  other places at which milk is sold or kept, for general  use, and all milk, shall be subject to the inspection of  the'medical health oflicer or his atilhorizedageiit, and  nil such places as aforesaid shall be kept and conducted  so that tne milk shall not contain any matter o. other  Ihing liable to reproduce disease, either by reason of  adulteration, contamination ,with- .sewerage, absorption  of disease germ-,, infect ion'of cows, personal uncleanli-  ness, orany ot her recognized cause, and upon such oon-  Mlifion being broken the license may he revoked. by the  municipal council.  Ill, All owners of cows who .supply milk within the  City of Nelson, and all dairymen and otlier persons, selling or dispo-ing of milk within the Cily of Nelson shall  fiirnisli to the health ollicer. whenever required lodoso  by Ihe Medical Health ollicer, a certificate under the  hand of the provincial government veterinary inspector,  certifying to the health in '..which the cows of any such  farmer or owner of cows then arc, or in the event of the  said dairyman, farmer, person or agent of dairyman,  farmer, or person, not owning^the cows from which the  mill; is obtained, purchasing his supply, the.state of  health in which the cows of the person from whom the  milk i.s obtained then arc.  II. Each dairyman or milk vendor shall comply, with  the various clauses of the "tfealth By-law" by giving  notice to the health oflicer of any contagious animal disease occuring amongst his cuf.llc _or any cattle from  which he obtains mill . or any contagious disease named  in the "Health Hy-law" in his family, or in the house or  shop at which or from which '-'or in which the milk is  either sent or received.  ]._ No-milk that has been adulterated, or that hi .  been reduced or changed by the addition of waler or  other substance, or by the removal of cream, nor milk  known us swill milk, nor milk from cows or other animals fed upon distillery slop, starch factory products,  garbage or other like substances, nor .butter or; cheese  made from any such milk shallbe brought into, held,  kept, or offered for sale at any place in the City of Nelson, but skimmed milk may be sold as such if contained  in cans bearing upon their exterior the words "skimmed  milk" placed conspicuously in letters not less than two  (2) inchcs'in length, aiid served in measures also siniilarly  inarked. No person shall supply such skimmed milk  unless such quality of milk is asked for by the purchaser,  t.'i. All dairymen and vendors of milk and all drivers  of said wagons or vehicles having 'milk in their possession at the time shall furnish the,health 'oflicer, or any  person appointed by him, with such samples of milk as  lie or tliey may have from time.to time and at, such place  a.s the samples may be demanded from them.  II. Every sample of milk shall have a label attached  to the .vessel containing if, which shall have written  thereon at the time of collecting the number of the sample, date of collection and the initials of the inspector,  who shall at once enter in a hook, carried for that purpose for future reference, ii, corresponding number, with  the name of the owner and driver from whom said samples were obtained; and shall deliver a duplicate of such  sample in a sealed bottle or vessel to the person from  whom the samples were taken.  15. .von- sample shall be examined separately, according to its number, by tiie medical health ollicer, or  .his duly authorized agent, who shall, register the percentage of butter fat 'opposite' a corresponding number  in ii book kept for that; purpose, the name of tiie owner  to be subsequently inserted.  10, Any person who violates any of the provisions of  this by-law shall be liable on a lirst conviction lo a. penalty not exceeding twenty dollars ($211.0(1). and on any  subsequent conviction not less than twenty dollars (��20.00)  and not exceeding one hundred dollars (��100.00) upon conviction before the police magistrate or any two justices  of the peace having jurisdiction iu the city of Nelson, on  the oath or allirmation of any credible witness, and in  default of payment tnereof il shall be lawful for the police magistrate or justice-- of the peace, convicting ns  aforesaid, to issue a warrant under liis hand and seal, or  in ease the police magistrate, or justices of the peace, or  any two or more of them acting together (herein, then under the band and seat nf one of them, to levy (hesaid penalty  with costs, or penally or costs only, by distress and sale  of t lie offender's or offenders' good's and chattels, and in  i-iise of no suflicient distress to satisfy the said penalty  aml costs, or penalty.or costs, it shall and may be lawful  for thu police magistrate or justices, ('the peace convicting as aforesaid, or any of them, to commit the oU'onder  or oU'endors to the common gaol'or any lock-up house in  the City of Nelson I'or any period not exceeding two  months, unless llie said penalty anrl costs, or penally or  costs be sooner paid.  17. This by-law may be cited for all'purposes ns tiie  "Milk Vendors' Hy-law, No. Iti, 1S!)7."  full age of twenty-one years, and has a place within the  City of Nelson, and, furnishes a bond binding himself to  the amount of ��500.00, with at least two sureties in the  sum of ��2,30.00 each, to the satist-tction of lhe municipal  council, ,or a bond to'the same amount from a guarantee  will    employ   only   registered  1. ���  schedule o.vk.  -, hereby u'mly for a license to sell milk in the  City of Nolson on the following conditions:  1. That; I will observe the conditions of the above bylaw.  2. That I obtain tho milk which I sell from the following named persons and premises:  A. That the premises and cows from which f obtain  my supply, of milk are free from all disease, are clean  and not. contaminated with the sowcrngoor matter likely  toproducodisea.se.  .soiii-:i)i;u-: two.  I.  .supply milk to  milk vendor in the City  of Nelson, tliat T am willing aud consent that the medical  health oflicer,-health oflicer, oragent duly authorized by  either of them, shall, at any time that they, may so desire and during the period I supply'milk to be sold or  consumed in the City of Nelson, come onto and inspect  the premises on.which the cow's milk is kept, the food  and water given to the cows, the cans or receptacles in  which the milk is kept or hold, and will observe all the  terms and conditions of the above by-law, and will, when  requested to do so by the medical health ollicer or health  oflicer, or authorized agent of either of them, furnish to  the said health ollicer a certificate of the government  veterinary inspector, in accordance with clause t) of this  by-law.  Read first, second, and third times August Io'th, 1_97.  Reconsidered and finally adopted and passed August  ISth. IS! 17. '  ��� Isbal.1 JOHN HOUSTON, Mayor.  Chas. E. Sealey. City Clerk.  NOTICE.  Tho above is a true copy of a by-law passed by  the  municipal council of the corporation of the City of Nelson, on the ISth day of August, A. D. 18U7,and all persons  arc hereby required to take notice that anyone desirous  of applying to have said by-law or any part thereof,  quashed, must make hi < application for that purpose to  the supreme court within one month next after the  publication of this by-law iu the British Columbia Gazette, or he will be too late to be heard in that behalf.  - CHARLES E. SEALEY, City Clerk.  CORPORATION OF THE  CITY OF  NELSON  B-_r-i-,^."w- _sTO. 14_  Whereas it is desirable and necessary lo license and  regulate plumbers in tin; Cily. of Nelson, and to  provide for the appointment of a plumbing inspector,  and lo provide for the ofl'oolive plumbing, sewerage  and draining of buildings.  Therefore bo it enacted by the municipal council of the  Corporation of the City of Nelson as follows:  t. The municipal council shall, from time to time, as  occasion may require, appoint- such inspector or  inspectors of plumbing, hereinafter called plumbing  inspectors, as may lie found necessary: but no person  shall be eligible for such appointment who shall not have  paS-cd a satisfactory examination for proficiency in both  practice and theory of plumbing and drainage before the  board of examiners as hereinafter provided.  2. Such inspector or inspectors shall be under the  supervision ol the mayor, and shall be paid such salary  as lhe municipal council may determine.  A. A hoard of plumbing examiners is hereby constituted, to i.-'onsist of the city engineer I'or the time being,  who shnll be chairman of the board, one practising  physician, and one practical journeyman plumber, both  of whom shall be appointed by the municipal council;  and the board shall be called together at such times as  the chairman shall find necessary.  I. In ease any dispute arises 'under this by-law, a^ to  whether any person or persons employed bv'any master  plumber is a regularly educated, practical and  experienced plumber, as in this by-law is provided, tho  plumbing inspector may notify the said workman to  appearand be examined before such hoard of examiners,  whose decision as to the competency of such man shall  be final and conclusive.  5. The said hoard of examiners shall examine and  may grant certificates of competency to any plumber  who may apply I'or that purpose, and such certilicate  shall he recorded in lhe otlice of I he citv clerk, the  person receiving the same paying a fee of one dollar  therefor, and such plumber shall be a registered plumber  of the city.  li. Upon and immediately aflcr the passage of this  hy-law, and in every ensuing year on or before the first-  day of July, any person desiring fo carry on business or  trade as a master plumber within the City of Nelson,  shall take out a license, for wliich he shall pay at the  time of the issuing thereof the sum of I went y-livc dollars,  except, as hereinbefore provided, and any person may  take out a license under the provisions of this by-law on  behalf of a partnership, llrm, or company of which he  may be a member.  7.    Xo person shall receive a license unless he is of the  pipe, or as any soil or waste pipe.  HI. Kach building shall be provided with a main  ventilating pipe ol cast iron or wrought iron pipe,  galvanized, of not less diameter than four inches, which  shall be carried at least two feet above the highest  window, ojicning or light shaft, and lo the satisfaction of  the plumbing inspector.  32. Soil or main ventilating pipes iu an extension  must be carried to and above the roof of the main  building, when otherwise they would open within forty  feel of any openings of the main or adjoining houses,  unless as provided in section 27.  .'_. No soil pipe shall be less I ban four inches in  diameter. A waster pipe receiving the discharge of live  or more sinks shall not be less than three inches in  diameter and shall have two inch hranclies.  Al. When lead pipe is used to connect fixtures with  vertical soil or waste pipes, or to connect traps wilh  main ventilators, it, shall not be lighter than :  1 inch in diameler. (! pounds per yard.  11 inch iu diameter.' .">���,' pounds per yard.  I-i inch in diameter.   (!  pounds per yard.  2 inch in diameler, 'S pounds per yard.  I inch in diameter. 15 pounds per yard.  2.1 inch in diameter, l.'U pounds per yard,  .'i inch in diameter, Iiii pounds per yard.  I   inch in diameter, 21   pounds per yard.  Trail vent pipes shall lie of brass, lead, east or galvanized  wrought iron. All traps and Illliugs shall be equal in  quality and thickness to the pipes to wliich they arc  attached,  :_. All east iron pipes must be of the best clean grey  metal, free from sand cracks, honey comb, poms places,  air holes or otlier defects, and of the grade known .is  medium used below all lixturcs. and for ventilating  pipes the grade known as "Standard" of the heaviest  quality.. In buildings over three stories in height the  three lower stories must, he fitted with the grade known  as extra heavy.   The following will be accepted :  Standards....., 2   in. A   in. I   in.   5 in.   t; in.  Helow lixturcs (pounds). I   in. f,\ in. !l   in. 17 in. 20 in.  Above flxtures(pounds).l   in. 5  in. 01 in.  Extra heavy (pounds).. .5} in. !ij in. i;< in. 17 in. 20 in.  All   fittings  used  in connection   with  such  pipes   shall  correspond iu weight and  quality.   All such pipes In be  coated inside and out with tar and asphaltum.  Aft. Ilcforc being accepted all plumbing work shall be  tested by water or oilier test approved by and made in  lhe presence of the plumbing inspector. All defective  material shall be removed and replaced, and bad workmanship made good.  Al. All joints in iron or bra', sower pipe, soil pipe,  waste pipe and ventilators shall he made with a, gasket  of oakum, and lead hand caulked, and he perfectly gas  light.  company,   and   that   h  plumbers w-.o have received and hold a eertilie.ue of  competency from the board ol examjuers to do all such  plumbing work as he may engage to do, and whether he  isa practical plumber himself or not, will not permit or.-  allow any such work to be ..done by himself or iii connection with the business except by such registered  plumbers, and' that he will not violnteuny of the terms  and .conditions, rules and regulations contained in this  by-law, or in any other hy-law wliich shall come into force  from time to time in the City of Nelson respecting  plumbing, drainage, sanitary matters and wafer works  within the said cily.  S. 10 very person" desiring such license shall 'llio1. with  thecity collector a petition in writing of the same, giving  name of the applicant, and in ease of a partnership, the  name of each member thereof, together with the placo  of business, and asking to become a liccn-ed mn.lcr  plumber, and said petition shall be accompanied, by the  bond and fee hereinbefore mentioned.  '.I. Any change of (Inn or location of tho business shall  be promptly reported to the city collector, and ,the  license shall be kept in a conspicuous place at tho  location of the business.  10. When any member of a partnership or company  is licensed individually for the partnei-shioor company,  the license may be issued in the name of the firm, copartnership or company, the said license setting out the  names of tho members of the llrm, co-partnership or  directors of lhe company, and the dale the license was  granted, and no license so granted shall be transferable  except With the permission of the municipal council.  11. All licensed master '.plumbers shall be held responsible forall acts of their employees in connection'  with their business for whicht such bonded license is  issued.  12. lOvory such bond and license shall bo for the year  current at the time of the granting thereof; and shall  expire on the 15th day of July next succeeding the daLo  of issue.  IH. U'pon satisfactory , evidence furnished lo the  collector that any.miist.ci' plumber has been twice -convicted- by Lhe .police magistrate, or two justices of the  peace having jurisdiction within the limitsof the City of  Nelson, of any violation of the provisions of this by-law,  or any of lhe by-laws respecting plumbing, drainage,  sanitary matters or water, works, liis license shall be,  ipse facto, forfeited a'nd returned lo the collector.  11. Any master plumber whose bonds and, license may  become forfeited shalt'not again be entitled" to a license  until the said declaration of forfeiture shall be revoked  by the municipal council, and if such master plumber is  carrying on liis business in co-partnership, or as a  member of a company, the co-partnership or company  shall not carry on the business of plumbing from the  date of such cancellation.  15. Before proceeding to construct, re-c instruct, alter  or change any part of the plumbing, drainage or  ventilation of an hotel, tenement, warehouse, wash  house, or other building, the owner, his agent or the  niastcr plumber constructing the same, shah file in the  oflice of the city clerk an application for a permit  therefor, and such application shall be accompanied  with a specification or abstract thereof, in a blank form  ���prescribed and supplied for tliat purpose by.: the city  clerk, stating the nature and work to be done, and  giving the size, kinds and weights of all pipes,,traps'and  liftings, together with a description of all closets and  other lixturcs, and a plan with the street and street  .number marked thereon, and showing the drainage  system complete. Plans must be legibly drawn in ink on  a scale of eight feet to an inch.  10. A permit shall be granted or refused within two  days from the time of tiling of the application, and the  permit of the '.'plumbing inspector (if granted) shall be  valid foi- six months from the dale of issue.  17. If the plumbing inspector shall lind that the said  plans and -specifications''do hot'conform with the rules  and requirements laid down in respect to plumbing and  drainage in the by-laws of the City of Nelson, he shall  not issue any permit for such plumbing and drainage,  and it, shall be unlawful fo proceed therewith.  IS. After a plan or specification has - once been  approved no alteration or deviation from the same will  be allowed except with the written consent of the  plumbing inspector.  li). From and after the passing of this by-law every  owner; oragent of an owner, of any building doing or  causing to be done any plumbing in such building shall,  on the same being passed by the plumbing inspector, be  granted a certilicate that said plumbing lias been done  m accordance with the city by-laws, and on being  requested lo do so shall deliver such certificate fo any  person proposing to purchase or occupy such building.  20. No part of any plumbing or drainage work shall  he concealed or covered up in any way until it has been  examined and approved by the plumbing inspector, to  whom notice must be sent when the work is sufficiently  advanced to be inspected, unless in the case of drainage  below the surface of the-ground, which the inspector  ha~ failed to inspect within the five working hours  ensuing after being notified, then tho ground may be  filled in, in ease of an emergency atl'eetin. the public  safety.  21. All material must be of good quality and free from  defects, and tho work must be executed in a thorough  and workmanlike manner.  22. The arrangement of soil and waste pipe must be as  direct as possible.  2A. The soil, wa-le and ventilating pipes and traps  must, where practicable, lie exposed to view for ready  inspection at all times and for convenience in repairing.  When necessarily placed within partitions, or iu  recesses of walls, soil, waste and ventilating pipes must  be covered with woodwork so.'fastened as to he readily  removed. In no case shall they be so placed as to he  absolutely inaccessible, unless under written permission from the plumbing inspector.  21. When the ground is made or unsound the house  sewer shall be of medium or extra heavy cast iron or  brass pipe, with joints properly caulked with lead.  25. In sound ground, provided it is outside of the  building, hard salt, glazed, vitrilied pipe maybe used:  ea'ph length shall be wetted before being laid and the  space completely filled with cement mortar, made in the  proportion of two of good, clean sharp sand and one of  the best Portland cement, except in wet ground, when a  gascet shall be placed around the spigot and forced  down to the bottom of the socket and finished in mortar  cement, as described above. Each pipe must be cleaned  out with a mop after being laid. The different lengths  must be laid in perfect line of the bottom and sides. All  connections must bo through "Y"juiictioiis.  20. ., Any soil pipe passing through a building, or  beneath the floor of a cellar or basement, shall be of cast  iron or brass as in section 21 hereof, and shall extend to  at least five feet outside the building and no wall shall  be built leaning solidly upon the same.  27. Where it is found impracticable to carry the main  ventilating pipe above the surrounding openings or  adjoining buildings within the prescribed distance of  forty feet, as in section A2, permission may be granted by  the plumbing inspector to insert a running trap between  the house and the sewer in a position to be approved by  thc plumbing inspector, such running trap to have a  cleaning cap made gas und air-tight, brought up to the  surface of the ground, and taken oil' the outer or inner  side of such running trap. A fresh air inlet shall he  brought up to the surface of the ground from the inlet or  house side of such running trap, and be provided with a  east iron grating set in Portland cement, and be kept  free from dirt and deposit. In all cases where such intercepting trap is used, the main ventilating pipe must  open at least ten feet from any opening or window.  2S. No exhaust from steam engines, or blow oil'from  steam boilers, or overflow from water molers, shall be  connected with cither private or public sewers. '  _f. Kvcry vertical soil pipe shall be of cast iron or  brass, and shall extend a.suflicient height above window,  roof or coping, or light shaft, to the satisfaction of the  plumbing inspector.  MO. No rain water, down pipe, or chimney Hue shall  be used as a ventilator for any sewer, trap, soil or  waste  provided.,  fixtures shall be  , AS. All connections of lead with iron or brass pipe  shall be made with'a brass ferrule of the same diameter  of the lead pipe put/in. liubof the iron, pipe and caulked  with lead. Tho f-rriilc shall be connected with the lead  pipe wiih a. wip.d joint. Vent and flush pipes of water  closets .-Ii'ill In- ������-i"iiectcd with brass couplings or strong  rubber c mnecti m-..under, tho discretion of the plumbing  inspector. .   ,  !_.' All connections of lead, waste and vent pipes shall  be made with wiped joints.  ���10. All wafer closets, urinals; sinks, basins, wash trays,  baths and all tubs or sets of tubs, and hydrant waste  pipes shall bo separated and effectually trapped, except  when a sink and wash tubs immediately adjoin each  other, in which case the waste pipe from the tubs may  be connected with the inlet side of the sink trap. Urinal  platforms, if connected with Ihe sewers, iniistalso be  properly trapped, vented and automatically flushed  with water from asupply tank.  11. Traps shall he placed as near' the lixlures as  prat.it icable. and iu no case shall a I.rap he more than two  feel from the fixture.' All traps must have a cleaning out  screw on the underside.  12. AH waste pipes from fixtures otlier than water  closets shall he provided at tho outlet with strong metal  strainers, anil all sinks and wash  tubs shall be provide!  ' with approved grease traps.  Ill,   The waste pipe* from no other  eonnecLed with a water closet trap.  II. All traps shall be protected from h.vphonnge by a  ventilating pipe leading from the highest and outer  portion of Llie trap, either separating or joining the  main vcutilatinw pipe, above the highest fixture, except  in such particular cases, that iu llic discretion of the  plumbing inspector the vent pipe-may be.dispensed wilh  upon proof of non-syphonage.  15. Kor traps in wafer closets the branch ventilaLing  pipe shall not be less than two incites in diameter, and  not less than three inches for buildings of three stories or  more in height. W'liere a bath or basin, or both, are iu  the hiime room with a wafer closet, lhe vents for same  niayjoin the closet, vent above,the fixture. In no case  shall more than two waler closets communicate with tho  same ventilating pipe .unless if is over two inches in  diameter.  t(i. Overflow pipes must discharge into the open nir,  where possible, with a Hap on the end to keep out  draught, otherwise they must, in every case be connected  with the waste pipe on the inlet side of the trap.  17. Kvcry safe under a wash basin, bath, urinal, water  closet or otlier fixtures, shall bo drained by a special pipe  unconnected with a sewer, waste or soil pipe, discharging  into the open air. The outlets of such pipes are lobe  provided with flap valves.  ���18. No drain pipes from refrigerators shall be directly  .connected,!. MMi any soil pipe, waster or sower.  til. Water closetsshall not be placed in.-in un ventilated  room or compartment. In every case there shall be tin  opening to'.the."outer air. All water closets shall be  supplied with water from special tanks, and the water  from these shall not be used for any other purpose. : No  water closets shall be directly supplied from the water  mains or service pipes. Water closet cisterns shall be  fitted with ball taps, etc., to prevent waste.  50. Where the trap of the closet is above the floor.'the  connection wilh. the soil pipe shall be-made with brass,  rubber or approved door .flanges.  51. Overflow or discharge pipes from tanks for  drinking water shall never bo connected with any soil,  vent, waste pipe orsewcr.  52. No closet or any otlier, convenience which allows  the escape into the house of air or gas which has been  confined in any part of it, or from the drain or soil pipe,  or which allows the accumulation of filth iu or about il,  shall be fitted up or used.  .5H. No person other than a licensed plumber..or'pipe  layer, acting under the supervision of the'inspector,  shall bo permitted to'make any connection with a public  sewer.  51. All openings for private sewers must be so made  as to cause as little inconvenience as possible to the  public; on completion the surface to be left in ns good  order a.s it was before the opening was made, and all  materials, loose earth and rubbish to be removed within  twenty-four hours ; all such openings to be fenced by day  arid lighted hy night in such a --manner as may be  approved by the inspector.  .")."i. Xo hnu-. sewer pipe lo have a less fall that, one iu  forty, unless special permission, in writing, is granted  by the inspector.  ���jfi. \o private sewer in actual use shall be disturbed  unless under the special direction of the plumbing  inspector.  57. All water pipes must be protected from injury or  sell ling.  5S. The plumbing inspector shall have power to enter  upon any premises and examine the )iluiubing, ventilation anililrains, and should the same, iu hisopinioii, be in  tin unsanitary condition, may notify the owner or his  appeals to ha vet lie same put in a sanitary condition, and  any person neglecting lo do so forthwith, to the satisfaction of tho plumbing inspector, shall be liable to the  penalties of 'this by-law.  50. The plumbing inspector is also authonV.ed lo  receive and place oh file drawings.'und'.descriptions of  the plumbing and drainage executed in.!the (.'ity tof  Nelson prior io the 'passage' of this by-law, and'examine  and give a. 'certificate if in accordance wit,li the provisions of this by-law.  .00. -Any person guilty of any infraction of any of the  provisions of this by-law shall be liable, upon  conviction before the police magistrate or any two  justices of the peace having jurisdiction wilh in the limits  of the City of Nelson, lo be fined in any sum not  exceeding one hundred dollars, inclusive of costs, and in  case of the non-payment, of the line and costs the same  may he levied hy distress and sale of the offender's goods  and chattels, and in'case of the-non-payiiienf of the line,  and there being no distress found out, of which the sum  can be levied, such ofiender shall be liable lo be imprisoned for any period not, exceeding two months.  (il. This bv-law mav be cited I'or all purposes as the  ���'I .limbing I'y-luw. No. II, 1K07."  Notice of Application'-to Purchase  Land.  Notice is hereby given that I, .L. I'. Merrimnn, intend  to apply at the expiration of sixty days from the publication of this notice, to the commissioner of lands and  works, to purchase tho following unoccupied, unsurveyed  and unreserved lands, situate at or near White Grouse  mountain, and embracing lands near confluence of north  and west branch of Coat cret k, a tributary of Goaf river,  iu the Goal river 'mining diwsion of West ICootenay district. Hritish Columbia.'  Spokane Falls & Northern, .  Nelson & Fort Sheppard,  Red Mountain Railways.  Tf|e only all rail route without change of cars  between Nelson and Rossland, aqd  Spokatje and Rossland.  Leave  '.kltia.m..  11.00 a. in  8:00 a.m..  DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.  Arrive  .. -.: NKLSON   5:15 p. m.  ..., ROSSI,. N.    3:10 p. m.    .OK AXE ISM p. in.  Passengers for Kettle River and Boundary Creek con-'  nect at Marcus with stage daily.    ,  Notice   of  Application   for   Certificate   of  Improvements.  <miK. TAI. ._!.._.*���!,. '.CLAIM, BITUATK . I.V TIIE .V KUSON  'MIXING DIVISION OF WKST KOOTENAY IJISTKICT. AN'P  I.OCATKI) ON TIIK. I,|5I .' UANIC. OK ICOOTKNAV IMVKU.  OI'I'OBITK.TIIK' MOUTH  OK SI.OOAN   1(1 VKK.  Tako notice that L . .'J. Townsend, agent for Robert.  .1. . euley, free miner's certitleatc No. ~A,5A(!,:��� intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the mining  recorder for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above claim. And  fin'llicr take notice that action, under section .'<7, must be  taken beforo the issuance of such certificate of improvements. N". F. TOWNKK. Il  Uatcd, this 2llh day of June. 1807. [Juno _itli]  Notice     of  Application     tor  Improvements.  Certificate    of  IH CSCKllTIOX.  Commencing at initial post marked "L. I*. M.'s N. _.  corner," thence duo south 10 chains, thence due west SO  chains, thence due north III chains, thence due east SO  chains lo point of commencement, containing M'20 acres  more or less. L. 1'. MKRIU.MAN.  Dated this lllh day of May. IS!.. [June 19th]  Notice of Application to Purchase Land  Notice is hereby given that I, G. II. Owen, intend to  apply at the expiration of sixty days from the publication of this notice, to the commissioner of lands and  works lo, purchase the following unsurveyed. unoccupied, and unreserved crown lands, situate on the'north  shore of the west arm of ICootenay lake, in the Nelson  mining division oj the district of West Kootenay. Hritish  .Columbia.    m_ C KIITION.  Commencing at initial post marked "G. If. Owen S. K..  corner," thence due west 10 chain., thence due norlh   10  chains, thence due east 10 chains, llience due south   10  chains to point of commencement, containing KiO acres  more or less. - fi. II. OWEN.  Daled Ibis 20th day of June. 1807. ��� [Juiie 2(!th)  Notice of Application to Purchase Land  Notice is hereby given that sixty days after date. I  the undersigned, purpose applying to the chief commissioner of lands and works for permission to purchase t he  following described lands.'  I>KS Clfll-TIO.V.  ('oiiiliicncing at a post placed on the east shore of l.'p-  pi-i- Arrow lake near the narrows, marked "J. Ii 's N. W.  corner, llience following coast linesoiithiSOehaiiis. theiu-e  .SO chains east, thence {in .-liains north, llience SO chains  west to point of commencement, i onlainiiig 010 acres  more or less. JOIINC   IlKVLI.V.  Dated Nakusp. H. (.:.. Juno -'lth. 1_I7.        (Align  . llih|  Notice of Application  for Crown Grant.  Take unlive that A.'.S Karwell. acting as agent for  Joseph It. Iliilllin, has filed the neccs-ai-y panel-sand made  application for a crown grant in favor ot th.- mineral  claim "Skeokuiii." sil uuled in llic Aiii-worth mining division of West ICootenay. Ail verse claimant.--, if any.  iiiiisl lilt'I heir objections wilh mc within III) day- from  the date of I he lirst publication of this notice in rim Hritish Columbia Gazelle. *-  W. .1. GOKI'KI,. Government  Agent.  Dated at Nelson, A ugiisl. Hrd. IM.. lAugust 7lb|  NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.  The general annual meeting of the shareholder.-, of Ihe  Xelson Kleclric Light Company, Limited, will held in the  company's otlier in Nelson, Iiritisli ('nliimhia. on Monday, September Oth, I .17. at 2 o'clock p. in., lo receive the  report of llic olllce .s I'or the past year, in elect directors  for the ensuing year, and for all other general pnrpo-es  relating to Ihe management of lhe coiop'iiiy's a flairs.  .1.  II.  . IATUK..UN. Seeretarv.  Nelson, H. C. August lilh, 1807.  Application  for Liquor   License.  '.I hereby give notice thai thirty days aflcr dale. I intend In apply to lln- Hoard of Licensing < 'nmuiissinnci .  for I lie citv of Nelson, for a license to sell liquor bv retail  al mv hotel mi lot   . block I. in -aid citv. I). L(TNI>.  Dated July -Jlird. I..17. I July L'llh |  "   Notice"-"  Not h-e is hereby given lluil in accordance wit li Section  ,'l of the Sanitary Regulation... of I.S!Mi. n resolution has  been passed by the provincial board of health, declaring  the Sanilarv I!ovulations of |_ . In be in force in Hie cit v  of Nelson, li. C. GKOHGK  II. Dl'XCAN. M. D.     '  Secretary Provincial Hoard of Health.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given IhuI iin visitors will be admitted  at. the iniiie or smelling works of lhe company  without  permission in writing. TltK HA I.I, M INKS. I/rn.  "TIIK KIM''. MIXKItAI. C.-l.AIM, HITI7ATK IN TIIK XKI.SOX  MIXING DIVISION'OK. WKST IvOOTKNAV DISTI .C'T.AXIl  I.OCJATKD AHOUT KIOUT .Mil.IS HI';'KAST'- SIDB., OK  KOIf.V.   KK CltKK.  .  Take notice that I, Charles A. Stoess. of ICaslo. 1 . C,  acting as agent for C. Sherbart of Nelson, H. C., free  miner's certificate No. S'-'.'JIO, intend sixty days from lhe  dale hereof, to apply to the mining recorder for a certilicate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  crown grant of the above claim. And further take  notice that action, under section .'17, must be commenced  beforo the issuance of such certilieale of improvements.  ClIARLKri A. STOKSS.  Uatcd ihis llth day of June. IS!.. |.lu!y Urdf  Notice     of  Application     for  Improvements.  Certificate ^of  CO.MATTK KUACTION MINI. .VI. CLAIM, SITl.'ATK IN TIIK  NI-:i_ON MINI.VCi DIVISION OK AVKST liOOTKNAV ; I .S-  TIJIOT, AND I.OOATKD AT HKADWATKUS OK ICOICANKK,  CHI-IKK, AND IUIUNDKI) on NOHTII hv-aspkn and o.v'  SOUTH   HV-*TIIK  KID"'.MIXKItAI.   CLAIMS.  Take notice that I, Charles A. Stoess of ICaslo, li. C,  acting as agent for C. Sherbirt of Nelson. H. C , free  miner's certificate Ny. S .210, intend sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the mining ro:-ni .or for  acertilleate of improvciucnln, "ol' lhe purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above claim. And furl her,take  notice that action, U'ider.section ,'17, must be 'commenced  before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  CHARLES A: STOIvSS.  Dated this I Kb day of June, IS! 17. [July :��. 1|  Notice   of  Application   for   Certificate  of  Improvements.  LA 1'I.ATA KKACTIOX MINKKAL CLAIM, SIT. ATK IN TIIK  NKLSON .MtXlXti DIVISION OK WKST'ICOOTKNAV DIS-  TKICT, AND LOC.VTKD ON ICOICANKK CKKEIC. AND IS  liOI!. I .���:. ON NORTH 'HY l-'LOKENCF. AND O.V SOl'TII IIY  .MOLLY  (illlSON .MINKKAL CLAIMS.  Take notice that I. Charles A. Stoess of Kaslo. I?.C,  acting a.s agent for C. .herbarf of Nelson, J. C. free  miner's certificate No. 8 .210, intend sixty days'from' the  date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a  crown grant of the above claini. And further take notice  thataction, under section 37, must be commenced before  the issuance of such certilicate of 'improvements.  CHARLES A. STOESS.   '  Dated, ibis 1 lth day of June, IS97. [July :ird |  Notice   of   Application   tor   Certificate   of  Improvements.  .TIIK KI.OItKNG'IC MINKJtAL CLAIM. .SITUATE IN TIIK NKLSON MININO DIVISION OK WKST ICOOTKNAV DISTRICT,  AND I.OCATKI) OX TIIK, KAST SI.OI'K'ANi'l AIIOIJT ONK  AND A IIAI.K .MILKS SOl'TII KKOM IIKAO OK ICOICANKK  OKKKIC.  Take notice Ihat I. Charles A. Stoess, acting as agent  for Ii. W. Willey of Nelson, li. C, free miner's certificate  No. <>7 887. intend sixty days from thednte hereof, to apply  to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvement!,  for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above  claim. And further take notice that action, under section .'17, must be commenced before the issuance.of such  certificale of improvements.  CHARLES A. STOESS.  Dated, this I lth day of June, IS!..   -   , [July:'rd|  Notice     of  Application     for  Improvements.  Certificate    of  KI.OICKNCK KUACTION MINKltALCLAIM. SITUATK IN TIIK  NKLSON MININC DIVISION OK WKST ICOOTENAY DIS-  TKICT, AND I.OCATKI) ON ICOICANKK CKKKIv. AND IS  I IO .XlliCI) ON NORTH IIY ACIIILLKS TWO I1CNDRKD  AXD ON SOUTH  IIV   KI.ORKNCK MINKKAL CLAIMS.  Take notice' that I. Charles A. Stoess of ICaslo; H. ...  acting as agent for Ci. Sherbart of Xelson, 11. C. free  miner's certilicate No. SL'.21(). and I\ W. George of Nelson.  "11. C, free miner's certificate No. 70,075, intend sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the milling recorder for  a certilicate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above claim. And further take  notice that, action, under section .-17, niust be commenced .  before the issuance of such certilicate of improvements.  CHARLES A. STOESS.  Dated this 20th day of June, 1S1J7. [July.3rd 1  "of  Notice of   Application   for   Certificate  Improvements.'  ACIIILLKS TWO HUNDKKI) MINKKAL CLAIM, SITCATK IN  TIIK XKLSOX MININO DIVISION OK WKST ICOOTKNAV  DISTRICT, AND I.OCATKI) KICI1IT MILKS UK KASTSIDK  OK KOKANEE CRKKK AND JOINS NOHTII KNI) OK  KLOKKNCK  MIXKRAL CLAIM.  Take notice that. _ Charles A. Stoess of ICaslo. H. C.  acting its agent for C. Sherbart of Nelson 11. C., free  miner's certificate No. S2.2I0, intend sixty .days from the  'date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvements, for the, purpose of obtaining a  crown grant of the above claim. And further- take  nolice tliat action, under section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such certilieale of improvements.  CHARLES A. STOESS.  ���   Dated this llth day of June. ISU7. [July 3rd|  Notice   of   Application   for   Certificate   of  Improvements.  (lOLDEN KAIII.K MINKKAL CLAIM. SITCATK IX TIIK -NELSON  MININO DIVISION OK WKST ICOOTKNAV DISTRICT. AND  I.OOATKD  NKAR TIIK   HEAD OK SANDY  CRKKIC.  Take notice that I, A. S. Karwell. agent for -'Alfred ('.  l-'lumerfclt. free miner's certilicate No. S. .Sl.'iii. intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the mining  recorder for a certilicate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of lhe above claim. And  further take notice that acl ion. under section 37. must bo  commenced before the issuance nf such certitleatc of improvements.. A. S.  .ARW'KLL.  Dated Ihis2nd day of July. I,.   .. [July.lilth'  Notice   of   Application   for   Certificate   of  Improvements.  (iOOI> KNOtOII MINER VI. CLAIM. SITIAI'i: IN TIIK NELSON  MININi; DINISION OK WEST .ICOOTKNAV DISTRICT. SIT-  I'ATK  ON   TOAD   MOI'NTAIN.  Take notice Ihat I, Frank l-'h-tcher, acting as agent for  George II. Andrews, tree miner's eeriillcatc No. OS., i.i.  intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  mining recorder for a ccrlillente of impi. vouienrs, for  the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above  claim. And further lake notice that action, under sec..  tiou 37. mils! be commenced before the issuance of such  eeriillcatc of improvements.        Kit A NIC l-'LKTt 'II KR.  Dated Ibis 13th dav nf ,lulv. 1S07. [July 17lh|  .  Notice   of   Application   for   Certificate   of  Improvements.  IVANIIliK MINERAL CLAIM. SITIWTK IN THE AINSWOKTII  MINIMI DIVISION'OK WEST ICOOTENAY DISTRICT. AND  l.ui-ATKD AIIOTT TIIKEE-ofAKTEItS iif A MILE SOl'TII  OK  THE TOWN OK  AINSWORTH.  Take notice Ihat I, A. S. Karwell. acting as agent for  Maxwell Stevenson, free miner's certitleatc No. 70.10.i. intend sixty days from I he dale hereof, to apply to the mining rc-rn. lei: for a certilicate of improvements, for the  purpose (if obtaining n crown grant of the above claim.  Anil further take nolice that action, under section 37.  in u si he commenced before the issuance of such certilicate  of improve nls. A.S.  KARWELL.  Dated this 3rd day of August. 1SI7. [August 7th|  Notice of Application to Purchase Land.  Notice is hereby given that I.A.tl. Evans, intend to  apply ut the expiration of sixty days from the publication  of this notice.Jo the commissioner of lands and works to  purchase lhe following unsurveyed. unoccupied, and unreserved crown lands, situate at or near \\ bite Grouse  mountain, and embracing lands near confluence of north  and west branch of Goal creek, n tribularv of Goat river,  in the Gout river mining division ���>(' the district of West  Isontenay. Hritish Columbia.  DESCItllTION.  Commencing at initial post marked "A. <'. E.'s N. K.  corner." thence due north 10 chains, llience due west SO  chains, thence due sont h III chains, llience due east JSli  chains to point of eoiiHiienceuient. containing 3211 acres  more or less. A. (I. EVANS.  Haled this llth day of .May, I..HI7. [June l!itb|  fe^  _g-^__fffl|^ THE  TRIBUNE:   NELSON,  B.C., SATURDAY,   AITGUST --'*,   IS. 7.  LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.  The Charleston Mining company has  been   incorporated   for   the   purpose   of  ��� working' the Charleston claim in tiie  Whitewater basin in tho Slocan. The  company is .capitalized tit ..J. 0,000 in   ,1  i   shares.   - ���  -��� The Western Canadian Gold Fields,  Limited, is the name of a company recently incorporated i'or .25.000. The head  offices of this concern will be in this city.'  The full court last, week reversed the  judgment of judge Forin in" tJie case ol'  Madden v. Nelson tt Fort Sheppard rail-  ��� way. The Maddens had two horses killed  on the Nelson 6c Fort Sheppard railway  track, and sued bli�� railway company for  damages. .Judge Form held chat the railway company was liable in t_iau.it. had  neglected to comply'with the provincial  statute requiting it to fence in its right-  of-way. The full court reversed this decision upon the ground that the Nelson 6c  Fort Sheppard railway having been declared a work for the general advantage  ot Canada, was subject only to the Dominion rail way act with respect to fencing. In Canada, when a road i.s declared  for the general advantage of the Dominion, the company owning it is not only  enabled to keep its construction contractors out oi their money, but it apparently  has a license to kill anyone's live stock  without making compensation for the  ��� same.   ���  TJie property of the J [all Mines on Toad  mountain had a close call from forest fires  on Tuesday evening. "A change in the  wind followed by a severe rain storm  saved.the property from destruction. At  one time the superintendent had several  wagons ready for the removal of the  women and children, and a telephone  message was sent to this city for additional, wagons, but when they arrived  the danger had passed.  The wife of E. Miller of Kossland, died  at the Phair hotel Wednesday morning.  The deceased was married but two weeks  ago and was stricken down with typhoid  fever while ou her honeymoon.  Alderman Malone was charged before  magistrate Crease on Tuesday with violating the fire limits by-law, which he assisted in framing. The complaint in the  case was laid by A. II. Matheson. At the  request of the defendant's counsel the  case was enlarged till Monday.  . It is rumored that W. F. Thompson, of  the Nelson Miner aud Trail Creek News,  has sold his paper and plant in Trail and  will concentrate his energies on his property in Nelson.  The following advice from an old poultry man may interest some of our readers  who may be anxious to know how to keep  their neighbor's hens outof their gardens.  Well, friends, take a lot of small, stilt  cards about one by two inches, write on'  them "Please keep your darned old hens  at home," tie a short string to each card  with a grain of corn at the other end of  the string, and scatter these where the  the hens congregate. When the hungry  biddy gobbles up the grain that draws  the prize, she follows up the string, stowing it away until she comes to the card,  then you will see her pull-out for home,  carrying in her mouth your polite request.  Try it, brother, and let us know how it  works. ,  Tom Claridge, formerly of Kaslo, now  of Toronto, is suing the British Canadian  Gold Fields Exploration 6c Investment  company for $7500, which he claims is the  balance due him for the purchase of a  mining claim by the company.  The residents of Sandon are endeavoring to secure the incorporation of their  town. Like every other community in  the iuterior, Sandon has grown tired of  the provincial government's administration. Since the .government has issued  letters of incorporation to the people of  Greenwood, it is not likely that the peo-  N pie of Sandon will have any difficulty in  securing the incorporation of their city.  J. M. Harris, one of the largest owners of  Sandon realty, is iu favor of incorporation.  The appointment of O. G. Dennis to the  office of gold commissioner was not gazetted last week for the reason that the occupant of the office could not be induced  to resign to make room for his successor.  , This difficulty has since been overcome,  aud Thursday's Gazette will no doubt contain a notice ot the appointment.  Robert Wood wa.s elected mayor of  Greenwood by acclamation ou Saturday.  Fight nominations were made for aldermen, and a poll for the election of six will  be taken today. The candidates are  Leonard S. Moulton Barrett, broker; Cyril  J. Kales, hotel keeper; C. Scott Galloway,  engineer; John Hammil, miner; Archie C.  McKenzie merchant: Michael J. J. belan,  merchant; J. W. Powell, miner: Arthur  Rendell, merchant.  Chief of police Woolverton failed to  secure a conviction against either Kred  Hurry or Dago J3III for the part they  played in the light on Baker street on  Wednesday last. The case against Hurry  was lirst taken up. In this case it was  shown tluit Dttgo Bill was the aggressor  in, the fight, and Hurry's case was dismissed. Up to this point everyone was  satisfied that there had been a fight and  that Dago Bill wa.s the chief offender, but  when the evidence in the second case was  all iu, the conditions had changed somewhat. There was no longer any evidence  of a fight,.tind the second ease was also  dismissed. A. Al.. Johnson appeared for  Dago Bill, and Ii. -Al. Alacdonaltl lot-  Hurry.  Harvest Thanksgiving services will be  held in the Fnglish church tomorrow at  8a. m., 11 a, m., find 7:.0 p. m. The offertories at the services will be given to the  building fund of the new church, work on  which will probably be commenced very  shortly.  On Sunday the steamer Alberta cleared  from Kaslo for. Fve-mile point with 7)88  tons of ore.  It comprised 20 consignments,  In order .to sell what Shirt Waists we have left in Stock,  we have reduced same to .  75,$100, $1.25  WORTH $1.25, $1.75, $2.00  ranging- from 30,000 to 100,000 pounds.  The customs valuation of this one-shipment wa.s $8��,592, or an average of about  $ OS per ton.' The .-hiptueut was made up  of ore from 15 different mines.'  ,On Sunday morning there will be a  special service at the Roman Catholic  church, where a mass, written expressly  for the occasion, will be performed. The  choir will be reinforced by several members of the Church of England. In the  evening the principal singer in the Roman  Catholic choir will sing at the Church of  England Harvest Festival.  The Loudon correspondent of the Ross-  laud Miner says: The shipment of copper  from the Hall Alines is at Liverpool, and  I understand it is the intention of the  company, to sell it if possible in small parcels, in 'order that it may become more  generally known. They are very doubtful  if they will obtain a price which will  prove remunerative.  O. G. Dennis, gold commissioner, was  removed to a private hospital this week.  It is thought that Dennis is in for a siege  of the fever.  Sanitary inspector Wolley says that the  seriousness of the typhoid fever epidemic  at Slocan City has been much exaggerated.  There were never more than 19 cases, and  this number has been since reduced by  deaths. The presence of the fever is altogether due to the wilful neglect of the  people of the, commonest rules of sanitation.  United States editors are advising  alien miners to resist Canadian tyranny  on the Klondyke. If the miners were as  far away from possible danger as the  editors are, they might do some resisting,  and if the editors were as near the sight  of a Canadian uniform as the miners are,  they would do a good deal of submitting.  Warrted a boy as waiter at th;e Nelson Club  APPLV AT TIIK CLL'JJ.  mtl-:3._ AICI. G AND PLAIN' SEWI. (J. CHILD-  KEN'S t'LOTIIKS A SPECIALTY. MISS KCCLES,  XBKLANDS BLOCK. HAKE It STItKKT.   FIRE I_FIRE! I  An exhibition will be Kiven on Monthly ni_ht al Lhe  corner of Halter and J hill street. . by IL L. \ .Uleen. of an  absolutely fire proof preparation lo be used on wooden  buildings, guaranteeing perfect safety from fire.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF NELSON  NOTICE FOR TENDERS.  Scaled tender.s for the painting of the eity tire hull and  citv lock-up will be received by the under.signed up till 8  o'clock p. in., on Monday. August 30th. Specifications  can bo seen at the oflice of the city clerk. Tenders to be  marked "Tenders for Painting." Lowest or any tender  not necessarily accepted.  CIIAKLKS E. SEALEY, City Clerk.  Notiee   of  Application   for   Certificate   of  Improvements.  Off) KINO DEXTKI . AMI DEXTEH 1-'If.ACTION MIN'EUAI.  CLAIMS. SITIA'I'i: I.VTIli: NKLSON MINIXCi DIVISION OK  WKST ICOOTIC. ,Vi DISTKICT, AND I.OC'ATKO AIIOUT KIVK  MII.KS WEST Ol-' THE TOWN Of NELSON.  Take notice that I. A. S. Karwell. acting a.s agent for  Alfred C. Khimerl'elr. free miner's certificate No. {.,!_!!,  intend sixty clavs from the date hereof, to apply to the  milling recorder for a certificate of improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining crown grants of thu above claims.  And further take notice that action, under section AT,  must be commenced before the issuance of such certificates of improvements. ,������.A- S-    .4I{UI'. _. , ,  Dated this 111 si day of August. 1Mb. (August 2St.li]  Notice   or   Application   for   Certificate   of  Improvements.  UOI irs .MINKKAL CLAIM, SITIATE I.V THE NELSON MININI!  DIVISION OK WEST ICOOTENAV DISTRICT. AND LOCATED  ON THE NOHTII I-'Ollli OK THE SALMON ItlVEIS. AIIOUT  KOlMi MILES KI. >.\1 TIIK NELSON AND KOUT Sil EI'I'A llll  KAII.WAV. . ,  Take notice that I. N. F. Town. .mil. acting as agent  for L. K. Vcller, free miner's certificate Xo. ,'i">,">S7, intend  sixtv days from the date hereof, to apply to the mining  recorder' for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant.of the above claim. And  further take notice that action, under section .'17. must be  commenced before the issuance of such eerliliwi^ of improvements. ">��� '*���   lOVVNtoKNO.  Dated thi.s.20tli day of August. 18:1.        lAngnst *_ith|  Notice  of Application   to   Purchase   Land.  Notice is hereby given that I. Ilobert K. Lemon, intend  to applv at, the expiration of sixty days from the date  lioreof.'to the commissioner of lands and works, tor permission to purchase OKI acres of unreserved, unoccupied,  and unsurveyed crown lauds, situated on the central  fork of Coat' Itiver. about four'miles easterly of the  .Storm King mineral claim, in Coal Hi ver mining division  of West ICootenay, Hritish Columbia. ,,.,,,_  It.    I',.    L __.<.)..  Dated August 'Jltil. 1807.  [August 28th]  HESCItl ITION.  Commencing at an initial posl marked '-Ilobert I .  Lemon's S. hi. corner post." thence north KiO chains,  thence we . Hid din ins, thence south 1 . I chains, thence  east, Kill chains to point of commencement., containing filO  acres more or less.  Application  for Liquor License.  I herein-give notice tluit :��J days aflcr dale I intend to  applv lo ihe Hoard of Licensing < 'nmiiiis. .oners of the  Citv'nf Xelson. for a license to sell liquor by retail al  my saloon, sit ualc on  lot 7, block !l. Nelson.  Dated ill Nelson. H. ('!.. Augusl  llllh. 18!..  The Columbia & Kootenay  Railway & {Navigation Go.  HAVE  Business Lots  On Maker and Vernon streets and plenty  of good  iu   the  government   townsite  of   Nelson.  Also lots iu I?ot.oii  For Sale  Appl.v   lo  Frank Fletcher, P.L.S., Agent, Nelson.  W. A. McVEICH, Prop., Nelson  Fine Assortment of  THE ONLY SCOTCH  FIRST-CLASS     and  RYE WHISKIES  BAR BRANDIES .    .  IN THE CITY        CINS, LIQUEURS  WINES and CICARS  NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  Con-ducted by the Fathers 0. M. S.  COMMERCIAL AND...  ...CLASSICAL COURSES  Will Reopen September 1st.  Send for Catalogue or Address President: St. Louis College, New Westminster, B. C.  IT IS IMPORTANT  �� �� ��  All persons wishing to visit the Goat  River, Duck Creek, Summit Creek. Forf  Sheppard, Priest Lake, or. Fort Steele  Mining Districts should know that by  taking the Steamer Alberta or Ainsworth  for Ockonook, Idaho, and purchasing  their supplies of the old reliable Ockonook General Store, they will get their  goods at Spokane retail prices and be  from 20 to 50 miles nearer the above  named districts than at any other supply  point on  the   Kootenai   River.  J. I. BARNES Manager  OCKONOOK GENERAL STORE  Miss 1.1. Little  l'UI VAT.   SCHOOL IX XELSON  begs to  iiuuoiince  Ibut sbe  is Mbout to  open a  Thu i-ourst: of instruction ('oiupriscK EN't'LISH, .MI SIC!,  CALISTHENICS, KltENCII. und (IKI!MAN  (:iL*(|iiii'(i(l tibi-oiull  Kor terms iippl.v to  MISS K. M. LITTLK.  I'ostolliee. Nelson.  A    U    UI1T TlTfll  ""K"1  /l ��� Il i���B SiliEBHHl _~H       "ssuy oflb-o  Ao   lis   lIliiJilIl.il    ���������<��"-'  (_ iruor nf  Hull  mid linker streets, and is pi-opiircd to oxeeute nil work  entrusted to 11 i tit Willi promptness und iiccuriicy.  .iim&'.r  ���     TIMBER INSPECTOR'S OFFICE.  NOTICE.  The sule of tbe liobtfiii Siivvinlll C'uiipnny's mill, which  was   lo   have  been sold  on   Monibiy,  the L'.'ird  day of  August,  for non-payment   of timber royally  bus been  postponed till Thin-. .lay the i.'inl ilay of September. 18117.  I!. .1. SKINNI'lt. Timber Inspector.  Application For Liquor License.  Notice is hereby given that the undeivignerl will apply lo the Hoard of Licensing Commissidnei-s for lhe  City of Nelson at their next meeting. I'or u license to sell  Honor bvrclnil at their hotel on   IM 10. Hlocl;  _ Nelson,  VU.VA) H.  *HAIiDSO. .  IIAKHV PEHI'l'K.  Daled al Nelson. Augusl  :.'lsl, IS! 17.  am LB$sMjf  ���-^As^hwAj.vie��&r       "'���"���  ������������.._.;i.___  . ���i_!_i��i��'j_3i_gjli^l���. _  __r^"-&-i''  These are two articles which we pretend  to know something about and we make  specialties of each.. We are sole ������ agents here for "Ram Lai's," one of the best Indian  package Tea that is on the market, and the demand for it is steadily increasing. Our  "Queen's Blend" in 5-pound tins is a first-class Ceylon Blend, but if you want something  extra fine try a package (1-2 and 1-pound packages) of "Schillings' Best." It is high  priced but it is a choice article. We also handle "Schillings' Best" Java and Mocha Coffee  the choicest coffee that money can buy. Creamery Butter in boxes, tubs, 1-lb bricks and  land 2-lb tins. A consignment of small new cheese just in, and everything else in the  grocery line.   Wholesale aiid retail. ��� ���> ��� ,  CORNER BAKER AND JOSEPHINE STREETS, NELSON.  Just reoelvedL  oo  'HE latest, styles of Ladies' Purses and Card Cases,  and Gents' Pocket Books and Purses. The prices  are rig-lit and  the goods the  best manufactured....  DRUGGISTS  W.   F.  TEETZliL & CO.  Agents for H. Lawrence Spectacles and Kyi* (Uasse-  Eyesight tested free  West Baker Street, Nelson, B. C.  Direct From the Manufacturer  Made by the celebrated Firm of  John B. Stetson & Co., Philadelphia  IN THESE WE HAVE BOTH  __THE NEW SHAPES AND THE  _X___V_r_-_  Also Just Received  A Large Consignment of  Levi Strauss Overalls  Direct From  San Francisco.  AS A STITCH IN- TIME SAVES NINE  EASY MONTHLY PAYME2STTS  Also call and examine the KARN PIANOS which just arrived  ".I  IS THE PRICE ON THE BALANCE OP OUR  HP  18 and 20  BAKER   STREET  ;   BRANCH MARKETS    . '..    .    .    .  j Rossland and Trail, in Trail Creek District  ! Three  Forks and Sandon, in Slocan  District  Kaslo in Ainsworth District  Prepared to supply consumers with everything- in the way of fresh and cured meats.  Orders by mail carefully filled and promptly forwarded.  ftf.  Il'       '-"Ij  _ ,V .��  _-.._]

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