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Array DAILY  EDITION   BY  MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO  DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH  YEAH.  NELSON:  WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 21  1900.  PRICE EJYE  CENTS.  HOW KENNEDY WAS KILLED  Slocan Mining Notes.  Nkw Dionvhu, March.20���[Special  to The Tribune]���Police officer  Black returned from the Enterprise  mine yesterday, and gives tho following particulars of the fatal accident which occurred there on  Suturcl a j':  Thomas Kennedy  was   working  in the stope between the  No. 2 and  the No. 8 tunnels, close  to  tho  big  raise.    He   had   picked  down   the  rock shot by  the  night  shift, aud  had Just commenced to drill  when  the  explosion   occurred.    The   full  force of the rock caught him ou the  left hand and in the bottom of the  l\(   .stomach  and  legs.    His  mate was  'working a short distance away, but  Hvas not hurt.    Kennedy was picked  up aud  placed on a stretcher, but  died before the mouth  of the tunnel was reached.    He spoke once or  twice before he' died.    His  injuries  ' were   ghastly.      Apart   from   the  bones broken, he was covered with  blood.    The night shift  state that  they had.fired a round  of seveu.or  nine holes,  all of  which went  off,  but it is surmised that some frozen  ". powder must have beeu lefb in one  of the holes which deceased drilled  against.  Kennedy was aged about 40 and  came to the mine from Rossland..  He was deemed the best workman  on the force and was an A 1 miner.  ��� Originally he came from St. Columbia, Quebec, where a'sister resides,  to whom word of the accident was  sent.  There is no coroner in the Slocan  , district, a fact' that should be  promptly remedied. Within the  past ten days or so there'have been  no less than four fatalities in the  camp, with no proper judicial  machinery available to arrive at  the causes of the same. <>  The force  on  the  Hartney has  7 been increased to 19 men, while the  active development  continues   encouraging.   A new bunkliouse, to  'accommodate    SO    men,    is   being  erected, ns well as a large ore house.  The company backing tho Haituoy  - is one of t3ie best in tho country.  A new lodgo has been uncovered  on the Marsh Bird, Goat mountain,  carrying, seveial   feet   of   quailst.  This contains  galena  and   iron  of  promising values.    The  ledge cuts  in LO the mountain almost due north  and south.   "  It; is the intention of the 0. P. R.  'to add to their wharfage accommodation here, as well as enlarging the  warehouse and offices.,.  Recent visitors to the Arlington,  Springer creek, state that the property is in magnificent shape at  present, with ore showing everywhere. They are credited with  having eight feet of shipping ore,  besides concentrates. A now bunk-  house has been erected during the  .whiter, where the force has been  increased to 32 men. Ore is being  taken out in large quantifier-, and  two teams  are engaged  hauling iL  ���to SloGau-Cifcy-lor-sbipmeut.   Ore is coming down freely from  the Enterprise, whoie upwards of  forty men aro employed.1 Eighty  tons have been shipped this week,  , being sent to the Itjverett smelter.  Jt is shipped in sacks and not in  bulk as formerly.  A most important mining deal is  on the verge of being consummated,  which will call for the payment of  a largo sum of money. 1t i.s for tlio  Rockland and Wiela group on  Eight-mile creek, wliich is to pass  into the hands of the Jay P. Uraves  syndicate, now operating so extensively ia tho Boundary countiy.  Judge Spinks and Frank Watson  are tho vendors. Thpy have been  developing tho properly for some  time, with splendid result?. ( The  vein on the property is very largo,  being fully 100 feet wide, carrying  gold aud copper values. AV. Y.  Williams expert for tiie buyers,  has been examining the group, and  he is highly pleased. A sample  made from the ore taken from the  first 03 feet of a crosscut ou the  ledge gavo returns of between $15  aud $17 in gold. Tiie whole party  went out on Friday, and a final  test on the rock taken will determine the sale. Williams predicts  the property will be one of the  wonders of the west.  went to consult the head officers of  tho Western Federation of Miners.  While it is not stated what decision  was arrived at, it is generally believed'that work will be resumed  on a contract basis. The one generally favored is that tho length of  holes drilled will bo measured, and  that the shooting and muckingAvill  bo done by the company. The  Miner, a paper that has not been  friendly to the miners, admits editorially that something must be  done, as many of the best miners  are leaving the camp. It says the  loss of these men to the town would  be a severe one.  MINING  A number  TRANSFERS.  of mining transfers  were recorded at the ruining recorder's office yesterday.  Katie McEvoy of Erie, transferred  a sixth interest in the Little Joe  mineral claim at the head of Beaver  cie?k to Dan Fraser. The- consideration was $50. John McEvoy of  Erie transferred a sixth interest in  the Coffee Glance on Beaver creek  to Dan Fraser, the consideration  being $50 in this case also.  Edward Peters of Nelson transferred to R. W. Bacon of Ymir a  third interest in the Birthday  claim situated on the south slope of  Round mountain, and also a quarter in the Charmer on Hall creek.    .  Iu consideration of $5 Dan Morrison transferred to Con. Robinson  seven-eights of the Ayer mineral  claim on Barrett creek.  Con. Robinson of Ymir transferred a fourth interest in the Ayer  and June claims on Barrett creek  to L. Graham, the consideration being $50.  The British American Gold Mining Compauy of Rossland has acquired the Minnie claim, situate  eight miles .west of Nelson, from  Donald It. Morrison of Hall  Siding."  - Murder and Suicide.  New York, March 20.���The coroner's inquest into the the death of  Mrs.   Mamie   Hayes,   wife   of   Dr.  Ephraim II. Hayes, a dentist with  an office in the hotel Endicott where  he lived aud, of * Dr. Franklin  II.  Caldwell,   a dentist  employed by  Dr.   Hayes,   both   of  whom  were  found (load in Mrs. Hayes' room on  the  night  of February  20th,  was  held today,     Dr.  B.  M.  Caldwell,  father of tho dead man, caused a  sensation by his testimony.    He declared- that iiif> sou  had  told  him  that he -was infatuated with Mrs.  Hayes    and "he*   would   have   to  get away from her to some place  where lie could not sec her.   "Later  he told me that it was all over, and  that he had explained everything.  At his suggestion I went and spoke  to Mrs. Hayes.   She told me she did  not ws.ut to leave Frank, and  that  she would never forget him."   The  jury then  returned a  verdict "that  Mrs.   Hayes   died    from   a  bullet  wound at the hands of Frank Caldwell,  and  that Dr.  Caldwell  died  from wounds inflicted by himself.  KITCHENER IS AT PRIESKA  Boers Surrendering.  Loxnox, March 20.���The war  office has received the following  dispatch from lord Roberts, dated  Bloemfontein, Tuesday, March 20th:  "Kitchener occupied Prieska yes;  terday unopposed. The rebels surrendered their arms, but the Transvaalers escaped across the river.  Mr. Steyn is circulating a notice by  by means of dispatch riders in  reply to my proclamation, to the  effect that auy burgher who signs a  declaration that he will not fight  against us again will be treated as  a traitor and shot.  The Bloemfontein people are  affording us .every assistance in the  matter of hospital accommodations.  We have consequently been able to  arrange for five hundred beds.  "Thirty-three prisoners were  taken at Prieska, two hundred  stands of arms aud some supplies  and explosives.  "The Boers have begun to surrender on the Basutoland frontier."  NELSON LOCAL; NEWS.  Hon.   T.   Mayne Daly,   Bernard  ^Macdonald and Edmund B. Kirby,  three well known gentlemen from  Rossland, were the victims, yesterday of the best/practical joke of the  season -  and    the    most .amusing  feature of the case  was  that they  '.perpetrated the joke on themselves.  The trio spent, 'Monday in Nelson  and left on the 6:40 train for Rossland.     At   Robson   the * outgoing  train was late and the travellers  satin the  ferry waiting for  it to  cross the river.    The conversation  must 'have beeu most engrossing  for the boat crossed to West Rob-  sou, and started back without their  knowing  anythiug  of it.    On  the  return   trip   the   captain   of   the  steamer remarked :    "You'd better  get out, gentlemen,", and when' the  steamer lauded a brakeman shouted,  "All  aboard,"   and   Messrs.   Daly,  Macdonald and Kirby rushed aboard  tho Nelson train quite assured thac  they were starting for Rossland.  Half way to Nelson the conductor  caine around to collect tickets and  the facts quickly, came out.    The  party returned to the Iiotel Phair  aud wheu the story was told it took  several small bottles to square their  Nelson friends.    -   .  The Situation at Kossland.  Judging from tho reports appearing iu the Rossland Miner, the  differences between the mine mar.r  agcis and the mine workers will be  fcefctled amicably. Chris Foley of  the Miners* Union has returned  from  Bufcte^  Montana.,  where  he  Absconding General Located.  Grand Ratios, Michigan, March  20.���The mystery concerning the  whereabouts of general White, the  "fu gi ti ve" "q uar tor master-gen eral- of  the Michigan state troops, was  solved today, when an intimate  friend of the missing man received  a letter from him, written in Cape  Town, South Africa, dated February  19th. General White says he is sorry  he did not remain in Michigan aud  light his troubles out. Ho went to  Chicago from Grand Rapids on  December 29th, left Chicago for  New Orleans on Sunday, December  ,'U:t, aniving the next night. lie  secured a position as foreman on  the British ship Matin of Dundee,  laden with mules for tho British  tit my in South Africa, and sailed  for Capc'Town on January 7th. He  arrived in Cape Town early in  February. White claims to be  innocent of any intention of wrong  doi n g.    Conservatives Still Divided.  Victoria, Match 20.���(Special to  The Tribune].���Tho twice adjourned  meeting of the Liberal-Coiiocrvati ve  association for the purpose of  coming to a decision on the subject  of party linos, resulted in inchcr an  acrimonious discussion and an adjournment without a decision. The  adjournment is at tho call of the  chair to a date not later than the  mouth of April. Lucas, tho Conservative organizer, was- present  aud was asked if the decision for  party lines meant the adoption of  the platform of the Westminster  convention including tho eight-hour  law and government ownership of  railways. He replied that it did,  and this seemed to hasten the decision of the meeting to i).d.journ  without action.  Au Italian, nauxed Gillette was  fined $3 and costs by magistrate  Crease yesterday morning for neglecting to pay the city road tax.  Tile's penalty inflicted was the maximum under section 161 Municipal  Clauses Act. Gilletto's defence was  that he had no money, but his  friends dug up the funds Co settle  the fine, thereby saving him from  ten days' imprisonment. Another  sou of'sunuy Italy named Doccista  failed to respond to a summons,  aud a bench warrant was issued for  his arrest.  The performance by the Nelson  Minstrels has beeu postponed to  Friday night owing to the illness  of-several- of -the- members. The  advance sale of seats has been most  encouraging, and the entertainment  promises to be successful in every  respect. A new feature has been  added to*G. M. Berry's roller skating turn which bids fail' to make a  hit.  The first annual meeting of the  Nelson Gun Club'takes place on  Thursday night at the fire hall," the  business being election of officers  aud discussion of matters relating  to the approaching season. The  club has secured new grounds near  the Nelson <fc Fort Sheppard depot,  and with the five traps owned by  the organization, is in good shape  to inaugurate a most successful  shooting season. New members  are desired, and any resident who  takes an interest in trap shooting is  invited to attend the meeting.. The  present officers of the" club are: Dr.  Hall, president; George Steele, vice-  president and G. A. Hunter, secretary-treasurer.  The Young" People's society of  the Baptist church gaAre a pleasant  and   well attended  entertainment  last night.  Tile plans for the new Kirkpatrick-Clements-Wilson block have  been finally approved and adapted.  Arrangements are to be made at  once for the removal of the corner  store, and work will commence in  all probability this week. Kirkpatrick 6c "Wilson are to remove to  temporary premises as soon as a  suitable building can be secured.  The new block is to be 00 feet by  120, three stories in height, of local  pressed brick front, with   marble  trimmings. Two scores aud the  main entrance will be located ou  Baker street aud two more on  Ward street. The estimated cost,  exclusive of the site, is $30,000.  E wart ��fc Carrie have charge of the  work.  Work has been started on tho  improvements to the Tremont  hotel. The j)resent building is to  be set back several feet to permit  of an entirely new front being  built. This will be of Seattle  pressed brick, trimmed with granite, aud large plate glass windows  are to be a feature. A force of  stonecutters is engaged in dressing  the granite blocks to be used in the  improvements.  1 ;The Waterous Engine Works  Company.; of ...Brantford, Ontario,  have wired the Nelson Saw & Plan- |  ing Mills, Limited, jtliat they will  forward certain new machines ordered for the mills in the same shipment with the steam road roller  and other road building plant ordered by the municipality, three  weeks hence. This, means that,.the  Brantford company figures on having tiie plant here oil the contract  date. ;���. :T  Elsewhere will be found a notice  requiring all persons that have not  been vaccinated during the" past  seven years to get themselves vaccinated during the next seven  days. People will���}be vaccinated  free of charge by Dr. LaBau at his  offices on Josephine street between  the hours of 8 and 5, p.m.- ��� On the  8th day after beings .vaccinated,  patients must present" themselves  again to the doctor if or'^the object  of ascertaining whether the operation has beeii successful.  H.. C. Bellinger of Northport is  at the Hotel Phair.. He was formerly one of the i owners of the  Northport smelter; and recently  sold out his interests to tho British  America Corporation.  The Spokane Northern Telegraph  Company announces that it -will  now accept messages iir' plain Ian-'  guago for Bloemfontein, Orange  Free State, at the sender's risk.       ,  H. A. Stuart, the lawyer, is at'the  Kootonay Lake General Hospital  confined to his bed with a threatened attack of congestion of the  lungs. His illness is the'more unfortunate as he- intended to get  married on the 7th of next mouth.  He is not at present seriously ill.  A carload of pipe from Pennsylvania was transhipped here yesterday to Ainsworth for the Kootenay Air Supply Company.  Trie Triijcjnr is iu receipt of a  communication from C. K. Skates,  colored painter, in which he denies  that he has been seeking work on  the misrepresentation that he was  Connected with F. .1. Bradley & Co.  Mr. Skates further states that above  all things he follows tlio sacred  teaching "to do unfo others as you  would have them do unto you,'ancl  that if any member of the firm of  F. J. Bradley 6c Co. wish to find  him they can do so at room No. I,  Waverley hotel. >   was awaited by judge Forin before  he announced his judgment in the  case.  C. M. Brown, who is noting manager of the Bauk of Montreal at  New Denver, is putting in a day iu  Nelson. He expects to return here  for good next week.  W. A. Macdonald is the first resident on Stanley street to .begin  tho work of tree planting and  boulevarding this spring. Other  residents in the same block on Carbonate street are said to be preparing to do tho same thing.  think capital punishment a legal  atrocity and a species of homicide,  incomparably more cruel than most  private murders, since it inflicts  death after a long knowledge of the  death to come has multiplied its  terrors for the victim. It is one of  the most useless pieces of wickedness left iu tho world."  STEYN REPLIES WITH LIES  PROCLAMATION IS ISSUED  ' By the Colonial Office.  London, March 21���4.25 a. m.���  While there is a lull in the military  operations, the political positions of  the war show interesting development.: The colonial office has telegraphed to Cape Town the text of  the proclamation concerning destruction of property. This will  not be published in London until  after its proclamation in South  Africa, but it is known that it will  convey an intimation that any  wanton destruction of British property during the war will be regarded as warranting a claim for  compensation and as justifying a  levy upon private property should  the resources of the Transvaal republic prove inadequate.  The fact that the proclamation is"  issued by the colonial office is regarded as an indication that the:  republics will be administered as  crown colonies. In this connection,  it is understood that the' leaders of  ��tiie opposition in parliament now  admit that no other settlement is  possible since the republics insist  upon their demand for absolute independence. In view of this the  efforts of the Liberals will be confined to seeming in the settlement  the best treatment for the Dutch  population, including secuiity  against their disonfranchisement.  It*is becoming considered ,as quite  a settled matter  that should the  The West Kootenay Brick 6c Lime  Company are commencing operations for the building season.  They will not start their kilns for  some little time yet, but have sev-  eral hundred thousand brick on  hand with which to keep builders  going in tho interim/  W. II. Dowsing has been appointed Nelson agent of tho new  Procter townsite. He states that  30 men were at work clearing the  brush off the ground, aud that a  parcel of lots will be placed on sale  by April 1st. The lots aro 25 by  IIS and range in price ' from $150  for corner lots to $75 for inside lots.  Some thirty applications to purchase have a heady been filed.  William Can nel 1 is back from a  three-months' trip to Bruce county,  Ontario, lie reports that section as  fairly prosperous.  E. It. Atherton, who was acting  postmaster at Nelson'in the days  when the poslofiicc had but one  box, and who fa now a merchant  prince of Sandon, is spending a day  or two iu the city.  The tramway company have two  fine cars in the company's barn on  the Hall Mines road, and the people  in the southern part of tho city arc  wondering why they are not in iw.  At yesterday morning's police  court the charge of theft against  William Gooding was continued,  and the young fellow was* committed for trial, lie has already  pleaded guilty to forgery and  awaits sentence on that charge.  The result of the second prosecution*  war be ended, as it is now hoped,  before June, the government will  dissolve parliament and appeal to  the country on the basis of a successful South African policy. Should  tho war drag on, the dissolution  will be postponed until next spring.  In any event ono of the foremost  planks of the government platform  will be army reorganization. _  There is no further information  as lo the movements of sir Alfred  Milner. It i-? regarded as certain,  hc\\ever, that ho has gone to Bloemfontein to arrange for the temporary administration of the Free  State.  Mr. Steyn's reply to lord Roberts'  charge.-, of the misuse of the flag of  truce, is commented upon as im  pertinent and ridiculous, and lord  Roberta' course in closing a useless  discussion is commended as wise.  Indications from Natal seem to  show that general Buller's forward  movement will not be long delayed.  Thu government���has "decided"that  major-general sir Fiodeiick Car-  rington shall command the colonial  force of 5000 men, including the  2500 men Mrr Chamberlain asked  for from Austialia,, which A\ill bo  stationed on tho northern Transvaal border to prevent the Boor retreat, or an incursion into Rhodesia.  A statement comes from-Pretoria  admitting thai the Boer lcja.scn during the war exceed 7000.  No fresh news has been received  from Mafeking, but a Pretoria dispatch, dated Thursday, March 15th,  asserts thai colonel Piiuucr has not  been able to advance south of  Lcbatsi. '  It was as-crfed in the lobby thi*  evening that (he proclamation  would be ti brief document of general applied ion, prohibiting the destruction of farms houses and  other properties, as well as ��� gold  mines.  The Pacific Cable.  Washington, March 20. -The  senate committee on naval affairs  today agreed Lo report the bill for  a Pacific coast cable which senator  Hale \va�� authorized to draft at the  last sc-sion of the committee, and  the report was later presented to  tho senate. The bill provides for a  present cable to Honolulu, but declares a purpose to extend it in the  future to Japan and the Philippines.  A Crank's Opinion.  Bos-ion, March 20.--Tho anti-  death penalty league of Massachusetts which reque-tod an opinion  from William Dean Howells, has  received   the   following reply;   "I  To Roberts' Message.  London, March 20���7.10 p. ni.���  The following dispatch has been received at the war office from lord  Roberts, dated Bloemfontein, March  19 th : "I hiave received  the following reply to my telegram of March  11th to the presidentsof the Free  State and South African Republic:  "'Your     excellency's     telegram  reached   me  yesterday.   ,1 assure  you nothing would grieve me more  than   that   my   burghers    should  make themselves guilty of a deed  such as that laid to their charge by  you.    lam, however, glad to say  you must have been mistaken.    I  have   made   personal inquiries   of  general Delarey, who was  in  command of our burghers at the  place  mentioned by you.    He  denies entirely "that "our  burghers acted  as  stated by you; but he says that on  Saturday (the date being illegible)  the British troops, when they were  about fifty yards'from our position,  put up  their hands  as 'well as  a  white flag, whilst at the same time  your cannon bombarded the said  troops,.with  the result  that  commandant      Deber      was'...' badly  wounded.  '"Yesterday morning the head  commandant wrote in his account  of the battle as follows : 'The soldiers hoisted the white flag but were  then, fired at by the British cannons  and compelled to charge.'  " 'Perhaps it is not known to your  excellency that the same thing  happened at' Spion Kop, where.  when a portion of the troops hoisted  a white flag and put up their hands,  and whilst our burghers were busy  disarming them, another portion of  th'e troops fired on our burghers,  bub" some of the British troops were  killed. It has also been reported  that at the last battle of the Tugela,  English'cannon fired on troops who  had surrendered.  'With reference to the explosive  bullets found in Cronje's laager and  elsewhere. I can give > your excellency the assurance that such bullets were not purchased or allowed  by the government. I .have, however, no reason to doubt your excellency's statement, as I know  many of the burghers of this state  aud of the South African Republic  took a large number of Lee-Metford  rifles and dmn-dum and other bullets from the British troops.  'May T request your excellency, as  lite cable is closed to me, to make  my reply known to your government and the neutral powers by  cable. (Signed), State President.'"  __The dispatch from lord Roberts  concludes as follows*. "As the inquiry into that matter proves his  honor's allegations to be unfounded,  and as f personally saw the holding  up of hands which he denies, I have  not thought it desirable to continue  tho correspondence."  IMPORTANT LOCAL COMPANY  For Development Purposes.  Au  important   mining" development syndicate ccrmposed, practically exclusively, of local men  has  been formed in Nelson, and things  are now very nearly in shape for  incorporation, under the name of  the Imperial Development0 Syndicate.      In    fact    application   will  shortly be made to the provincial  government   for   a- charter.     The '  company is capitalized for $100j000  iu dollar shares, and the articles of  association agreed upon call for the  issue of stock at par. But three calls,  of 5 cents apiece" can be made annually.    Local men have taken  up  $00,000 worth of the stock already, ���  and applications   for oone-half of  the remainder have been received,  though it is doubtful if any  more  shares will be allotted locally.  At a meeting of the shareholders ,  yesterday the fol^ying provisional  directors wereeleeted :     J'. M. Lay,  L. L. Merrifield, and G. Frank Beer.  Mr. Brigstocke was [appointed  acting secretary.     A. II. Gracey  goes  east in a day or two on  business  connected with the new syndicate.  It was also decided to levy one cent  of the first call  of five cents per'  share. _ ��  The objects of the  company are  to take hold  of promising mining  prospects, and develop them.     Tiie  properties, if they  turn  out  well,  will then be "sold to  capitalists, or   _  floated   as   subsidiary   companies. -  The company will "be  essentially a '  development and prospecting company.           NEW  ZEALAND  PATRIOTIC  Her Offer "of Aid.  London, March 21.���Mr. Chamberlain has received the following  from the governor and commander-  in-chief of New Zealand, the carl of  Ranfurly :  "The people of New Zealand wish  to express their endorsement of the  stand taken by "the" imperial government in declining to allow the  intervention'of auy foreign power  in tho settlement with the Transvaal and tho Orange Free State, and  in declining to assent to either state  being independent.    ���  "My government assures her  majesty's government, that New  Zealand will support to the last the  mother country, in so far as it lies  iu het; power to do so, in maintaining that position which has.been  taken up, irrespective of consequences. I am desired to add that  there are large numbers of men  volunteering, who are good riders  and shots, willing to go to South  Africa for the relief of the Imperial  forces if the services of the latter  should be required elsewhere.  Situation ia China.  London. March 21. -The Shanghai correspondent to the Times  says: "Tho North China Daily  News publishes a dispatch from, a  correspondent /in the ' province "of  Shan Tung, who says, that while  the Chinese government has not  taken active measures to suppress  the anti-foreign movement, governor Vucan has warned tho missionaries that the local authorities cannot be held responsible for the  safety of those travelling unescorted info the interior. The position,of tho native Christians is deplored, and, the anti-foreign movement continuing ignored and unchecked, serious consequences are  inevitable.  Natal Array Did It.  London, March 21. ��� Winston  Churchill, in a dispatch dated Piet-  oimarit/.burg, warmly resists' the  contention that the relief of Ladysmith arose out of lord Roberts'  operations. "On the contrary," he  s-ays, "the operations of lord Roberts were assisted by the fact that  general Buller kept J(>,00() Boers  occupied. It would be cruel and  unworthy to deprive the Natal  army of their hard won laurels,  and none would more vigorously  repudiate such a suggestion than  lord Roberts himself."  Johannesburg Mines Untouched.  London, March 21.���The correspondent of the Daily News at  Bloemfontein, tclegrapjii ng_ _Mpu^_  day, March 19th, says: "I learn  from Johannesburg that it is not  true that the mines have been  flooded or otherwise damaged, beyond the fact that the machinery  i�� suffering from disuse. My informant declares that the whale  story was fabricated to court sympathy.  Free Staters Had Enough.  London, March 21. -A dispatch  to the Daily Mail from Onkeispoort,  dated Monday, March 10th, says:  "A reconnaissance toward Philip-  popolis, 17 miles north of Springfontein, found the farms all fij'ing  white flags. The Biitish troops  wore cordially received. - It is reported that Mr. Steyn is trying to  rally the Boers, but the latter say  that they have had enough fighting."  Wilkinson's Opinions.  London, March 21.���Spencer  Wilkinson, writing iu the Morning  Post, justifies Winston Churchill's'  argument respecting the relief of  Ladysmith. He thinks that* sir  Alfred Milner has gone to Bloemfontein to arrange for the permanent admiuistration of the province,  and perhaps to decide about tho  captured or surrendered rebels.  Bubonic Plague Increasing.  Cai/'UTTA, March 20. -The bubonic plague is fast increasing. In  Bengal -1252 deaths have occuricd  last week. These included 241 iu  Calcutta, and 2041 in Patna. The  viceroy, lord Curzon of Kedlesbou,  yesterday visited the medical college, which is in ono of (he infected  districts of Calcutta.  \ 2  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B. C WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21 1900  Iks  Iv  Ift-  Ij^'i  .1!  fefe  !��J  g  I:  M  1st  It-  134  Iti  Miners and Laborers  What about  MINBRS' and  WORKING BOOTS  We are  making-  in  a  special drive  Heavy Boots.  this week  is suffering from incompetency in  management and from over-issue of  shares. There is not a mining company in British Columbia .whose  capital should be above $1,000,000,  and most of them should not exceed $100,000.  See our prices.     They will astonish you.  Lillie Bros.  ABERDEEN BLOCK  Don't Smoke a Cheap Pipe  See  THURMAN, Tobacconist.  .   ��Jt�� ��ribwte*  The   Conservatives   of   Victoria  are having a warm time over the  question   of   the    introduction   of  party   lines.      Ou  the   Avhole  the  faction which is ojjposed to the innovation appears to have the best  end of the argument and it is not  unlikely that a split will develop.  On tho last successful ticket in the  capital there were three Conservatives aud ono Liberal, and the present outlook is that on tho next one  there will be two  representatives  of   each   of   the   federal   political  parties.    McPhillips, who made one  of Harry Ilelmckon's-big four,'-is  iiovf quarreling with his Conservative colleagues, and accuses them of  having packed a convention in order  -to defeat the resolution in favor of  the   introduction   of   party   lines.  McPhillips threatens -.to make the  race as a straight party-line Cou-  servatiue in the event of die party  refusing to recognize party lines.  'Already there are, many evidences of revolt agaiust the at-  _ tempts of the Vancouver Liberals  to pledge the Liberal party to  premier Martin, and if these are persisted in, those who are in the plot  will effect tho complete disorganization of the Liberals of the province.  There are three or four reasons, any  oue of which would in itself be  sufficient to restrain the Liberals  from taking up the challenge of the  Conservatives.     The most   cogent  _�� of these is the fact thafc-the Liberal"  party does not relish premier Martin as a leader: the rank and file of  the party has no confidence in him,  :, and a victory under his leadership  would but work the beginning of  trouble. Again, it may well be  doubted if on an even break the  Liberals could hope for success in a  struggle 'with the Conservatives.  With Martin in the field, drawing  a certain amount of their strength,  thoy would have no chance whatever. It is well known that the  Liberal party's hold upon the West  !      has been weakened.    In view of this  J      the  party managers ,will  avoid a  '��� conflict. They will naturally avoid  taking a position which would  probably icsiiltin publishing to tho  I entire Dominion that their party  has been routed from Ontario to  the Pacific Coast. This is what-a1  Conservative .victory in this, province would be taken to mean after  premier   Macdonald's    victory  1     Manitoba.  ni  Thr result of the interview wliich  the labor delegation had with  premier Laurier, on Monday, can  scarcely be legarded with much  satisfaction by the labor party. The I  great aim of the delegation was to I forcemeat of the eight-hour law for  secure the amendment and enforce- J men working underground; font it J  ment of the Alien Labor Act, but  in reply to their request the premier  stated that there was a tacit understanding   between   the  Dominion  and United States governments for  the shelving of such legislation as  between the two countries.    This  being so it is idle to hope for the  enforcement of the present Act, but  even the agreement mentioned does  not prevent the labor party from  securing such redress as they most  desire.   They have not so much to  fear from the importation of American citizens under contract, as they  have from  the importation   from  the United States into the Dominion  of aliens who happen to be in  ���the United States-, but who are not  citizens.   It is the illiterate, non-  English speaking class which it is  most desired to exclude, and while  au agreement may exist for   the,  non-enforcement of alien labor laws  against    citizens   of    the" United  States, or British subjects resident  in Canada, such would not prevent  the    enforcement    of  such    lawsr  against aliens who happenedfto reside in the United States, but who  are   not    United   States    citizens.  British Columbia has too much at  stake to allow this matter to drop  upon the first suggestion of difficulties.       The British Columbia Review, of  London, England, a mining journal  that has esjioused the cause of the  mine managers, says that the ostensible reason for closing down the  Hall Mines,, Limited,_propcrties at  Nelson " was the scarcity of labor  " in British Columbia since the  " passage of the eight-hour law ;  " but that the real reason is that  " the mine has been gutted of every  " available pound of ore." The Review itr wrong. The Hall Mines,  Limited, was closed down because  itJiad been badly managed from  the start, It was in charge of hi experienced men at both the London  and the "Nelson ends of the line.  Had the company been well managed, ib would have paid regular  dividends; and were work to be resumed today under the management of experienced meu, the property would pay. The Hall Mines,  Limited, like every mine iu British  Columbia floated in the old country, is over-capitalized. Had the  Hall Mines, Limited, been floated  for $300,000 and been well managed its shares would today be  worth a premium aud its shareholders" would be in the receipt of  monthly dividends as regularly as  the months would roll round. And it  is nob yet too late to bring about  this result. The mining industry  in this province is not affected to  any appreciable extent by the en-  Clever Esquimaux Dogs.  "Talk about dogs," said  the old  Alaska  miner, "why, these  curs of  high aud  low degree  in the East  are not in it when compared  with  the   Alaska   mamaloot.      'Musha'  him and a broad smile spreads over  Jiis face, while his tail curls majestically over his back, and with head  and   ears    erect,   every    step   he  takes is a poem  in  Arctic  snows.  "From puppyhood up he takes to  harness like a  duck to water.    He  goes at it with a vim and vigor characteristic of his ancestors.    Rig the  pup  iu  any old harness,  and  it's  amusing to see how good-naturedly  he buckles down to business,  staying with it like an old stager, never  tiring,   never  feelings discouraged.  One. becomes very much attached to  these exceedingly useful and companionable animals, and  they   always   improve    on   acquaintance.  The longer you know them the better   you like them.     With white  meu they are at first disposed to be  a   little   shy,   but they gradually  make   advances,    and    ultimately  take the visitors into full confidence.  ''When we pitched our tents on  Nome beach last summer we had a  little experience with huskies from  the Esquimaux huts.   In  our absence   from the tents   these dogs  were inclined to take liberties with  our provisions, but  they did  it iu  such a scientific  manner that  we  felt more amused than outraged.  The dogs would form a skirmish  line on the outside, and then send  their   most  skilled  thief into the  tent to reconnoitre for meat and  bread.      If this  thief failed  they  would send another, aud if he was  successful they would divide the  plunder in  as  an  intelligent   and  equitable a manner as dog thieves  were capable of doing.   These dogs  were honest Injuns at home,  but  they would pilfer from the stranger.  Wheu    they   became   better    acquainted with  us  we  could  leave  the  mess   chests   open   and   they  would never touch anything ; they  were on their dog honor, and never  violated   it,   only   accepting   food  when it was offered to them.  "I'm led to these remarks," said  the old miner, "from-seeing men  and boys on the streots endeavoring to break all manner of domestic  dogs to harness. They can't do it;  it's utterly impossible,"because the  poor brutes were not born r that'  way. The Newfoundlands or St.  Bernards dont appear to have any  interest in their new calling, and  they show it in their downcast tails  and dejected countenances. You  must ��� remember that dogs have  very expressive faces, and show  their feelings in a very remarkable  degree; they are the only animals  that Jaugh and cry. They have  shared my joys and sorrows "in the  bleak Arctic, and this is why I hav3  tender heart for dogs."  00 .00. fi*.fi*.  '00.00.  ^. j^,. ^ ��.2m ^*v ��� >g��-'*����>��� -JS  0* ' 0*' 0* ' 0*' 0* '  ���*S& -=���� **�� -����5 *S5& <*&  .^es&e eseeee ees^  iff  Hi  Hi  iii  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  \  SEND  FOR  SAMPLES  ��  m  m  .**��** see es-eess^t  Ladies'  Mackintoshes  Latest Styles  w  m  m  m  m  Xti  iti  =^339 333333 333 &'  Hi  Hi  iff  iff  iff  NEW   SPRING    GOODS  We have opened this week a large shipment of import goods direct  from English manufacturers, therefore we are able to sell  goods much cheaper than buying from eastern houses  it)  iti  iff  Wash Dress  iff  iff  iff  Hi  INCLUDING  and  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  0 Prints, Zephyrs,   G-inghams,   Victoria  Bishop Lawn, India Linen and Muslin.  Dimities Mercerised Lawns in all colors  and shades.  White and colored Piques, white and colored Ducks and Galates.  Embroidery at old prices; a fact that is  due to an early import order before the advance.  We have Hamburg's, Nainsooks, Swisses,  Cambrics in edging and insertion. ���  White Valencienne Lace and insertion.  Table Linen and Napkins, Towels and  Towling, Bed Spreds, white and mercerised  bleached Sheeting 8-4, 9-4 and 10-4.  Circular Pillow Cotton, 40 to 46 inch.  Shirt Waists and Wrappers  JUSTIN  We have opened up and are marking the  largest stock of Wash Shirt Waists and  Wrappers ever; received in Nelson. Right iri  style and right in price.  Black and Navy Serge $3 to $12.50.  xti  xti  xti  Xti  iti  xti  Black Brillanteen, plain and fancy, $2.50   vAV  to $9.  Beady-made Skirts  xti  Xti  Ask to see our new Silk Underskirts from  $5 to $20.  Two more pieces of all wool Shepp'ard's  plaid dress goods, 44 inches wide.  NEW GOODS ARRIVING   DAILY  -3333333333333*^  Hi  Hi  m  A\'  m  Ladies'  and Children's  Cashmere fjose  ^S-S-frS-S-fg-S-fS-Sfe*-  rvine & Go.  -^333333333333^  IK  V  m  <����  m  "ar  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  The  Latest  Neckwear  Ui  Xti  iti  iti  iti  iti  xti  xti  ^'���^���^���^���^���^'^ ���-3fr'mk''S'^ nfr' ��fr,^,^S>,*g"^?,��fr +** 00.00.00.00. fi*. 00. 00.00.00.0*. 00.00.0*. 00. 0*.fii.*��.  %0t0.00-00-00-fi*-00'fi*'00-00-00-00-00-00'0*'00'00'00        <5��� <5��� "5:��� ^^5?^^ ST��� ^?^S^^':55''^-5^'d���'8?��� ^^S**  Boss, lee k Taylor  BAICER STREET, NEnSOX  (Geoigo V. Slotioji's old MeiiiJ)  floor, Peed, ftraio, Hay  AND PRODUCE-  Gar Lots a Specialty  The Test Satisfactory.  A cottage built of wood, treated  by the new fire-proofing  process,  AViis  towed out' on  a  barge  froin  New York city recently, a. steamer  following, which carried a party of  government engineers, lumbermen  aud  others, including  mayor Pro-  fontaino of Montre.il,   Mr.   James  Scott, president   of_the   Georgian.  _Bay"Lumber"CompaiTy, and several  other Cauadians.   A heap of shavings and kindling wood, over which  several  gallons    of coal   oil were  poured, wa1? lighted>nnder the cottage, a similar heap of inflammable  material being placed iu one of the  rooms and also lighted.   The /lames  wrapped the whole cottage, pouring  out of tiie windows, iu which the  glasfci melted in  the, intense heat.  .For nearly two hours tho fire burned, and at the end of that time the  cottage stood intact.    The test was  a   most  severe   one," and demonstrated fully the success of the fire-  proofing pvpeehH, which consists of  the removal of the natural juices of  the   wood,    and   the   application  of chemical   preparations to   the  emptied and cleansed cells and interstices, both steam aud electrical  treatment    being   used.      A    test  similar to tho one made at New  York has been made at London, at  which   Lhe   prince of Wales   was  prc-cnt.    Wood thus fi reproofed is  used i'or the woodwork on warships  being built by thcUritish,  United  States, French and Russian governments.    If the process can be rendered    sufficiently    cheap    to   be  brought into general  use,  it  will  bolve a great problem, as wood is  the natural building material of the  world.  Coirospondenee Solicited  Phono 2G  Palace fVJeat IVJarl^et  Headquarters  for all kinds of  Fresh and Cured  Meats.  A feature will be made of tl.e poultry and  game trade. They will always be on hand dur-  iii��j their season.  J. L.  PORTER, Prop.  1G9JosephincSt..betv\recnBakcr.andVornon. _  Telephone 1-39.  Tiie Latest Wall Papers  IS AND MOULDINGS  REMOVAL SALE  XVo have moved into Uic Hall block, aud will  he pleased to meet all our imslomcfti nnd fiicmis.  Wocoidially juvite you to give us a call. You  "will find ourgoods niaikcdntqmcksclliiiKPiiccs.  This stock includes Ready-to-^ car Clothing,  Furnishings, Hats ami Capo, JHoots and Shoes.  2f>9 Baker Street,  Hall block  brown a CO,  E,  A. JR. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Cornar Victoria and Kootenay Streets.  P. O. Box BSS. TKUKP&QNK NO, 85  Wo aioMiow opening up Iho WkoM, stock of  viillpapcis. holders and mouldings ever-received  in Xelson. We put chased direct from UioJVIon-  iie.il jin])orloit, and havo therefore (ho latest design i and clo=e",t price-., Special quotations to the  trade.    F. J. Bradley & Go.  I'Ai.s'iuns A.vu wxoK.iroiss "  Corner Victoria nnd Jos-ephino Streets, Nelson.  StJOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NELSON. B. C.  A boardi'ig and day school conducted by the  Sisfeihof St. .Joseph of I'eare. tt is situated at  the corner of 3iill and Jotcpliino "streets in one of  the best roniduntial portions of Nelson, and is  easily <icccs*sible fiom all piutfi of tho city.  The comse of study includes tho fundamental  and higher bianchos- of thorough English educa-  non: Business com >e���bookkeeping, stonog-  lapny and typewriting. Science course���music;  ���v ucal and insti unienUl, drawing, etc. Plain art  and neodlowork, etc.  For terms and particulars apply to the Siblor  Superior.  FASHIOMLE  TAILOB  Workmanship and -  quality of goods tfje  best obtainable  Opposite Silver King fiolel, llaker street, Xelson  OUT PRICES IS~THE  ORDER OF THE DAY   ��� ,j  The Nelson  Saw and Planing  Mills, Limited.  Are prepared to furnish by raii, barge or teams  Dimension Lumber, Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Local and Coast Ceiling, Local and  Coast Flooring, Double Dressed Coast Cedar,  Rustic, SMplapi, Stepping, Door Jambs, Pine  and Cedar Casings, Window Stiles, Turned  Work, Band-sawing, Brackets, Newel Posts,  Turned Veranda Posts, _Store_Fronts?_Doors,  Windows and Glass.  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere  ethbridge Oait Ooa  The best value for the money in tho maiket  for all purpoics.  tj:kms cash     XV. P. Tiernky, Goneral Agent  Telephone 147.    Oitlco with C. I>. J, Christie.  NOTICE TO UNION CAEPENTEES.  All carpcnleis -who aro in sj inp.ithy lulli  oigaui/cri labor arc heicby notified tli.il tho  cupenicillin in connection with V. Hums to  C'onipnn> n cold -toi.igc plant, is boint; performed  bj non-union Inboi, and aicmbeis of the  C.irpentois'Union, and those in sjnsp.ithy with  it,aie requested to govern theiuschcs accoid-  ingly.  JAMES COLLING.  Secretary Nelson Carpenters' Union,  And I want to bo in it. I havo just received  Kail famplCH of Suitings and Overcoatings, representing a ��50,000 Btock to choose from made to  j our order at piioes lioveribefore heard of In Nelson. All tho latc-ht /ads in Fancy VostinRS for  Fall and v inter.  Ijadieb' tailoring in all its branches a specialty.  Lowest prices.   Rooms 1 and 11, Hillyer block.  The Nelson  aw an  imited.  anmg  Ollleo and Mills corner ITnfl nnd Front Streets, Kchtn  STEVENS, The Tailor  I. Blyle, Ttaologist  Has looms-over icst.iiir.ii".and bakery, at corner of Hull and Vernon s,lrcet, Kelson. Hours  from 1 toil p. in.  NOTICE.  The Hiick'avcr-. and Masons' Union, No 2, of  Xelson. ic peel full} >wsh to notify contractor*.  HtidnlMWioiti it may concern, that fiom Apiil  l".l, lWO, tho} have concluded toudopl the cieht-  hour daj, .it f>2} cent'. Tier hour, bcingarcdurtion  liom the old l.iteof MM ccnliperhour. Thciroh-  jeet is togivotonfi.iciois sulticient time bofoie  biwliiii? in thur Icmlrrs for work, beUoYiUS it  will bcnciUail concerned.  J, W. ETCHKn. President.  JOSEPH CLAUK, Secretary,  Nelson, March liUi, 1SO0.  .      TOE   SALE.  Large two and a half story frame hoii'-o, containing double diawins loom, i beltoonis nnd  drcssiiifr i oom with clotliB-, closets, diniui,' room,  Iflijjo kitchen, hot and cold -water, bath room  ���rtitb bath complete, tojiet; lighted with electricity; within In o minutes walk of the bus-we-is poi-  tion of the titj ; beautiful Mfuatian oveilookiiit'  the lake. Iwoloti, each 2JM20 foot, fenced, and  with lawn in front. A very desirable residence,  ntnwy, furnished and carpeted throughout with  best iimmure und caipets. Furniture and  kitchen utensils will he sold either with tho  house or scpm.itoly.   /  For terms and particular apply to W. A. Galliher, at the ollice of Gulliher & Wilson, tn <>r Mc-  Arthur's, furniture store, Unkc-r sticet. Nelson,  13. O.  " "sawmill foe "saliT  The sawmill and plant lately owned by Joseph  T. Huberts, at Itykerfc's Landing, and consisting  of a 30-hoise power boiler, engine, Grilhlh &z  Wedge top-rig sawmill, edger, planer, belting,  etc,, etc., will be sold nhexe they now htand.  Apply to  TAYLOIt & HANNINGTON, Solicitors.  Notice of Application for License.  I hereby give notice that 1 intend to apply to  tho Hoard of Licensing Coiimiissioiiois of the  City of Nelson at its next mooting for an hotel  license for tho premises situate upon lot 24, block j  - PAPER-HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Office Ward Street Opposite Opera Hoii'-o  GENUINE  P.O.  J. T. FIFE  Box 560  & CO.  NELSON  NOTICE.  Notice )\hciehy given that I intend to npph nt  tho :ne\t meeting of tin- llo.ud of Liconso tori-  missioiior-, foi-the Cit j ot Nelson, held ai lor llio  pxpiradon of Unity rt.ijs fiom tho date how of,  for a transfer of the saloon license now hthl by  dated thoijth day of January, 1!X)0, lot tl.o  ? 1i",,?l.loon' M'li-itoioii the -i\c*t hull'of lot 1  If 2. \<>\Bn��� i! c., to John LindbUd ot Nel-  G8 (northeast cottier of Vernon and Hall streets) J  i��lhecifcj'<rfNcl80n. *"   me,  Clue  , ...  block 2, Nelson, 11.  .sori.U. U,  ��  ��� -r-mifn\r��� t     S?-^ "lisSrd day ol March, 1900.  H. E, XjEMON.   S     Witness; H.H.Wa��o.  W. A. WAltf).  SK THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21. 1900  BANK OF MONTBBAL  CAPITAL, all paid up..$12,000,000  BEST      6.000,000  < Lord Strathcona and Mount Itoyal ...Presiden  ''JTon. George A. Driiininoiid Vioe-Pi-esideii  ' K. S. ClouJton G encral Manago  NKLSON' BRANCH  Northwest Corner linker and  Stanley Streets  Ih-anches in London* (Kngland) Nkw Yohic,  Chicago, and all the principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers.  Grant Commercial and Travelers Credits,  available in any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Jlado, JEto.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Saving-s Bank Branch  CUICHI.NT K\1l: OP l.NTI HIST PAID.  THE   BATTLE   OF   DUNDEE.  How President Kruger's Irishmen Took  in Her Majesty's Hibernians.  .luhn T. Murphy in St. I.idiisSlar.  On Iho inouiitain side th'battle l.itred, theie was  no slop nor stay :  M.ulcln   ciptuicd  pnv.Ue   Hmkc and  ensign  Michael Slica.  Tit/Boi.tld  pot   Kil/pniiicl;,   KiaiiniyMii  found  O'Hourke;  Fninig.iii took a iii.in named I-'ay-and a couple  of l.idt. from Coik.  .Sudden ihcy be.ud M> Manns shout "Hands up  oi III iu ii jou tluoiiKh ''  He thoutrhl he had a Voikshno "Tj kc"��� 'twas  uoiporal Donoghuo!  Mc(!.urv took OT.c.iry, O'Miicn koI MeNiinice.  '���That s how llie "Kinjlish fought lhe Dutch" at  the battle of Dundee.  3nsoy, O'Connoi took  to nnke  Then someone brought in  O'Ncil;  Hilej captuiedlvai.inaugh, while tii in  a steal.  IToKan c.LiiprliL Jlcl'iiddcn, Corntj.iii found 51c-  Undc,  And Ihonnnn   made a li.ind-oiiic   touch   when  Kelly tried to thde.  Dacev took  a lad named   Walsh ; Dooloj got  'McOuirk :  GIUiK<iu turned in K.ihoy's boy���fm his lather he  used to work.  Then had matched Io hehLlhc English���hut [n>h  , weie all they could see���  That'-, how the "EriKli-'h fought Ihc Dutch' at  the Initio of Dundee.  Spillaiip then took CM.uliiMii , Shnnnahaii took  Maia-o:  While chasing .Teir.i  Donovan, CI.uk,} got shot  in Ihc knee.  He linked (licqiicen'sMhoIeiiriny; he cur-cd the  English l.ico.  Then found the man who filed the sliol, 'twas a  cousin���-M.u tin draco.  Then McCmnia cuighl an A. O. 11. who came  lioni Ijimeiick ioimi,  I!ut Sulln an gotan Oiaiigoman from senior hcie  in County Down.  Hennessey look 0 ITaia���Haiinrgan took SIcKco.  That's how the "Knglish fought the Dutch"at  tho battle of Dundee.  The sun was sinking slowly, the battle rolled  along;  The iii.in lh.it Murphy ' handed in" was a cousin  ol Maud Gonno.  Then l-'lni-ingan diopped his n'llo, shook hands  with Hill McOline,  I'or hot li had earned a piece of tmf to light the  whoolrojin tiie.  Then liiilleitj  look in I-Taheity; O'C'onncll got  liiaioi IMcGiie;  O'lvccfe got hold of seigc.ml Joyce and a Belfast  Ind or t\\ o.  Some swoic that "Old Man Kruger" had comic  l" down lo <-oo Ihc fun ;  Hut the in in (hey thought was "Uncle P.vul" vs.is  <    a Oiilwii} man named Diitn.  Though w,i.' may luio woiso hoirwa 'twas a'  frightful sight lo'-oc  Tbew.iv the ���'Kngli'-h fouglit the Dutch'at (he  battle ol Dundee.  Jii-sl wlicn tho sound of firing in   the"distance  f.nntei grew.  Uvun cuighl McCInskej, mid orderly  Donegan,  l oo.  O'l'nolc.  ho found   Mi-Caithj ;   O'ilahoiij   go!  HI alone:  Dufty (.-ot j pair of lads ft inn Connaaglif. near  Adtlonc.  'I lieu Jlineon took O'IT'ismii. Phelaugot Ivqhoe.  JiCiupsei captured Callahan, but Gallaghei let  ,  him p.u.  \oud haw thought tho "llelfiw chicken" had  iaUvhd (he '���Dublin Ilea."  The way the "Knglr.li loughttho Dutch"at ihc  * u.itllu L>f Dundee.  1 hen Povi et i began to interwnO, I lie AS'atei foi d  Powers. 1 moan,  And took a lod niniicd ICeemui ,\nd a captain  named jVliilaufeiK  And    Hinily   c.iptm'tjd   Noonati:   Mahur   got  MiTdoo ;  I\ o'Jo\em got O'nanli'H and cnlunel McLough  lln, too.  Tw.is now thu hour of.stuiset, 11.c battlo was  no.ulv o'ei.  "When McConmotc   came in with IIool.ui  and  jienLcn.uit Uoger Mooic,  Iltit 'Iwain gieat day for Ireland, as jou cm  casilvioe;  Thai's how' Ihe "Knglish fought the Duu.li   at  ihe b.itljo of .Dundee,  Thoy mulched thorn nil   lo IvnigerV town for  siippei and a bed.  OTTiilloiaii was the  icar gu.ud ; ihc way Mc-  Nullj led;  \\ hen they got them lo the l.iec loui-m} the Iloera  v cic full of glee.  V.'lulu ICitigoi never expected "so many English  to sec.' _       -  ���They told him they wcicliish ;it pu,v,l��il the old  man's h-ad,  Vor Uic  Irish he'd seen weie dicssul m green,,  while these wen; togged in rod.  Hut 'tisii passing htoiy; on histor.N s p.igejou'll  sec.  Thai "Iwaslhc Knglish fought tho Dutch" at  the battle of Dundee.  ,  '   KASLO   PESSIMISM.  Tioiit Lake Topic.  Regarding tho following we wit>h  to say in explanation that tho Topic  luis on frequent occasions received  letters from pin-ties tit distant  points, owning properties in the  Diinctiu country, asking whether it  wan the known intention of the  railway people to build up there  next summer. Knowing nothing  definite the editor of thif? paper  wrote to the .secretary of the Ivaplo  Hoard of Trade, believing that lie  would be in a better position to  answer the question than we were.  Jielow. is what the secretary anew ers. H is not what %ve hoped fox*  and to our mind is written Solely  for the purpose of registering a kick  Against the eight-hour law, the  Kaslo Board of Trade's attitude on  thit, question being notorious:  J. J. Langstail, Esq., Editor Trout  Lake Topic,  Dear sir: Iu reply to yours re  proposed railway building into the  Duncan country dining the coming  season, I am sorry to have to report  thai latest advices from prominent  iinihorities are that pending more  settkd legislation affeeting the  mining industry and the establishment of it more stable provincial  ��� government neither of the projected  railways will be continued. This is  ii matter much to be regretted and  we all hope that the unfortunate  . Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. 0., and Dawson City, N. W. T.  conditions now prevailing will soon  be changed for the better. They  could hardly be worse for the pur-  poso of encouraging iuvestors. I  had myself in the neighborhood of  $SOO,000 as good as invested only  for the eight-hour law with which  J am most favorably impressed, but  not at tho present early stage of  development. We are not old  enough nor rich enough to necessitate or submit to so much compulsory leisure as 10 hours out of  24.    Yours truly,  O. A. Sutherland, Sec'y.   Board of Trade.  Both Had Been Out.  Washington Ironing Slur.  "The   revenue    cutters    of   the  United States, as you may know,"  said an officer of one of them   who  likes his  little joke, "confine their  services, which  are  really  invaluable   to   the   government,  to  the  coast, and it is a rare thing  indeed  for any one of them except those of  the Behring Sea patrol  to  venture  any distance  out  to  sea.     Nor is  this rule an unsatisfactory one, for  stiy  what you  please about it, sea  service     is      not      as      pleasant  as      the     novelists     and      other  romancers would have you beIieArc.  Indeed,   the    sailor    who  "prefers  the bounding billows, a  wret sheet  and a flowing sea  and  all the rest  of it to a calm  and  peaceful  shore  snap is  the  exception.    But I am  getting off my story, which applies  to the cutter Grant, wheu  she was  doing duty in Ncav York Bay and  vicinity.   Something had happened  to   call   her   out  down  the  shore  somewhere,  and she  left the bay  one afternoon, aud early the  next  morning   while   she   was   bowling  along at about seven knots an hour  she hailed a big four-master.  '"What ship is that ?' " came from  the Grant.  "'The   Royal   Bengal Tiger, 243  days out from  Calcutta, '��� came the  reply.    'What ship is that ?'  " 'Revenue cutter Grant,' was the  plaintive answer1, 'and we've been  out all night.'"  �� Mail Train Wrecked.  Montgomery,- Alabama, March  19.���The fast mail on the Plant  system which left here last night  ���was wrecked near Ozaka resulting  iu the injury of a number of passengers. William Kellar, a commercial traveller from Savannah, is  dying as a result of his injuries.  Two coaches and two sleepers rolled  down an embankment, throwing  the passengers in all directions.  ��� *fc ��� ���**. ���'ST- *����. -^KT��� 'o*.  :^;<^,.^:^k.>K.'*^b.>tok.>fc,.       ��� 00 - 00- 00 ��� 00- 00 ��� 00- **��� **��� 0* ��� 00- 00 ��� 00- 00 ��� 00- 00 - 00 2*.^  Hi  Hi  Hi  WILL   OPEN   THEIR  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B.C.  A FULL LINE OF  -  Front Doors  -  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and count.  Mooring  local aud coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings -  Shingles  Rough 'and*  Dressed Xiumber  of all k&ds.  IP WTt.lT YOU WANT IS NOT IN"��ST0CiI  Wl) WILL jrAKE 11' I'OR you  CALL AND GBT P1UCKS.  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.-Cornor Vornon and  ��� Josephine streets, wholesale grocers and  jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  mackinaws and miners' sundries.  KOOTENAY SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   street,  Nelson,   wholosalo  grocers.   fOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-Front street, Nel-  "    son, -wholesale gfricors.  PROVISIONS, PRODUCE AND FRUITS.  PARSONS PRODUCE COMPANY-Vornon  strcot, Nelson, wholesale dealers in provisions, produce, and fruits. Agents for Swift &  Co. bacon and hams.   T Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-Corner Vernon and  u. Josephino streets, Nelhon, wholesale dealers  in provisions, cured meats, butter and eggs.  PR. STEWART & CO.���Warehouses on C. P.  ��� It. track, foot of Stanley street. Nelson,  wholesalo dealers in provisions, produce (and  fruits. Cold storage. Agents Armour & Co.'s  bacon, hams. lard aud other products.   AND DOORS.  AND PLANING MILLS  LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall streets,  Nolson, manufacturers of and wholesalo dealers  in sash and doors; all kinds of factory work made  to order.   POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  street Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dealers in caps and fuse, and electric  blasting apparatus.   CIGARS.  KOOTENAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING  CO.���Corner Baker and Hall streets. Nolson, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Koote  nay Belle" brands of cigars.   HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  HBYEltS & CO.���Corner Baker and Josephine  ��� streets, Nolson, wholesalo dealers in hardware and mining supplies. Agentsfor Giant  Powder Co.  Xti  Xti  xti  xti  New Dry Goods Store  THURSDAY,   MARCH   22nd.  and Cordially Invite you to Attend  Xti  Xti  Xti  xti  xti  xti  xti  Xti  xti  Hi  vi/  iti  xti  xti  xti  SASH  JTELSON  SAW  Xti  xti  xti  iti  Xti  Our stock consists of the  Newest and Most up-to-date G-oods in English  and American Manufacture  Millinery and Ladies' Ready-Made Garments  will be a specialty with us  iti  xti  xti  xti  Hi  Hi  xti  Our Motto:  Hi  Xti  The date of our Millinery Opening will be announced Later.  Good Goods, Cash, and One Price.    All goods as represented.    Satisfaction Assured.  KERR <& CO.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE (COMPANY-  Baker St., Nelson, wholesale dealers in  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies.  Sayward  HALT. AND I. WH STKLHTS, NETJSON  ;-CLIMITjED)  Successors to  J. A. DEWAR & CO.  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber   .   .  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in  Wo cai-ry a complete stock of  ���Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Tin nod Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  VANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY,  LIMITED���Baker street. Nelson, wholesalo  dealers in hard ware and mining supplies, plum-  bora and tinsmiths'supplies.   COAL.  CROW'S NEST PASS COAL COMPANY.-  Wholesalo dealers in coal and coke. Charlss  St. Barba. Agent. Baker street. Nelson.   ��     ASSA YERSf/SUPPLIES.  W,F. TEETZEL & CO.--Corner Baker "and  ��� Josephine streets Nelson, w holesale dealers in as&iyors supplies. Agents ;for Denver  Fiie Clay Co. of Denver. Coloiado.   LIQUORS AND DJRY GOODS.  rpURNER, BEJGTON * CO.-Corner Vernon  x and Josephine streets. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in liquors, cigars and dry goods. Agents  for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Cal-  gary Browing Co. of Calgary.   - " "commission merchants.    -"'  HJ. EVANS & CO.-Baker street, Nelson,  ��� wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars,  cempnt, Are biick and fire clay, water pipe and  Btcel rails, and general commission merchants.  PAINTS   AND   OILS.  NELSON HARDWARE COMPANY-Baker  Street���Wholesale dealers in paints, oils,  and brashes of all kinds. Largest stook in  Kootenay.  FRESH AND^lFmEATs!  BURNS &   CO.-Baker   street,   Nelson,  wholesale dcalors in freehand cured meats.  Cold storage.'   TENTS   AND   AWNINGS."  NELSON TENT AND AWNING FACTORY���  Ualtcr otrcct. Nelson, ll.iiiiilaotuicrs of all  kinds of tents aw nines, and canvas goods.  I', 0. Box 70.   Thco. Madson, proprietor.   WINES AND CIGARS.  OAJ.JFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers In wines (case and bulk)  and domestic andimportod cigars. ���___  -^RATED'AND IMNERALWATERS.  rpHORPE & CO., LIMITED.���Cornor Vernon  ���*��� and Cedar atreoU, Nol*on, manufacturers  of and wholesaledealors in sera ted waters and  fruit syrups. Sole agentsfor Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone GO.   FLOUR AND FEED.     ,  BRACKMAN & KER MILLING COMPANY  LTD.���Front street, Nelson, wholesale dealers in flour, oatmeal, etc., and hay and grain.  Mills at Edmonton, Victoria, and New West*  minster.  ARCHITECTS.    ~" '  EWART & CARRIE���Architects.   Rooms 7  nnd R Ahorflnnn hlnok. KdWflr al-renti Wnlsnn.  Corner of Baker and Ward Streets, NELSON  I^y^'^'^'^��^-^'^��^��j^-^'^.^.^.^.-^g>.^-^ fi* .00 .00.00.00.00 ,00 .00 .00. 00. 00. 00. 00. 00. fi*.fi*. fit*&  '0*'00'0*'00'00- 00-fi*'00'00'00' fi*' tafi'00'00- 00' fi0.fi*       ^-^ ���<8',5-<fi-'2!-'C-^->5-^^3^^^^^^^^''5'*"*"  iti  Hj  xti  xti  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  Waverly Hotel  This popular hotel-vhich is^now bemg  enlarged and lcnov.iled, will bo icopered  on March 1st, when it will have -10 large,  nicely furnished and well lighted rooms,  heated with hot air. Special attention  ���will bo given to the dining room.  RATES REASONABLE.  R  C. A, PROSSER, MANAGER  SMOKE    ~  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS '  UNION MADE  THHHfflT HOUSE  -AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  Kootenay Cigar Mfg, Co.  "SVASQiS. BRlTfSJT COLUMBIA  MEALS  &** \J  CENTS  ROOMS LlOriTED,BY ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED DY STEAM  25 CENTS TO ?1  Ho! Hoi W KjcArthur's  Elegant Sideboards  Superb Cheffoniers  Petite Dressing1 Tables  In the Famous Golden Oak  Just Received a Carload of High-class Goods  P. Burns & Co.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Head Offick at  NELSON, B.  COAL I     COAL!  GREAT REDUCTION  $9.65|&2rlBNre,t   S6.15  Haid Coal  Anthracite  DELIVERED  TEtRPnONTE  33  0. W. West&Co,  ICO  Contractors anil BniMers  WILL DO WSIiL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  0, 0. Buchanan's  A largo btock of first-class dry material on  hand, alt-o a full line of sash, doors, mouldings,  turned work, etc.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard:  Foot of Hondryx stroofc, Nelson  Telephone, 91   ��fof|l1   fej Ag8llt  ENGINEERS.  OIIAIU.KS PAltlCKIl���aiiniiif,' nml iiilllintfon-  Kiiicor.   West Halrer slTuM. NVNun.  * teades umom.  NELSON MINEItS' UNION NO. SC, W. F. of  Al.���Meetd in miners' union looms, north-  en��( corner Victoiia and Kootonay stiuots, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. Viaiting mem-  liors welcome.  Jamks Wii.Ki;a. Sec'y.   Oiias. A. McKay, Pros.  THK regular meetings of the Carpenter*,' Union  aro held on Wednesday etoning of each  week, at 7 o'clock, in the MnicsV Union halt corner Victoria and JCcotonuy si reel4-.  It. ttOJSliVSOtf  President.    JAMKS COMJiVO. Secretary.  TKADES AND LABOlt COUNCIL.���Tho regular meeting1! of the Nelson Trades and Labor  Council will be hold in the miners' union hall,  coiner of Victoiia and Kootenay tiieets, on the  (lr=fc and third Thursday of each month, at  7.:K) p. in.  O .1. Thorpe. Pres. ,T. If. JVfATHrsoM. Sec'y.  FEATEENAL   SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGJ5, NO. 23, A. F. & A. M.  Meets eocond Wednesday in each month.  Sojourning brethren invited.  H. D.  ASHCROFT  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  pEN'S^HOTEL  BAKER STKKET. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Largo comfortable bedrooms and   first-class  dlulng-rooin. Samplo rooms for commercial moo.  Markets at Nelson, Rossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, NVw  Denver, Iievelstokes Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Midway, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  AJjl> KINDS OF  RATES  $2 PER DAY  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  Baker Street, Nelson  ~ OHDKRS BY MAIL RECKIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a  isfc-clim* wheelwright.  Special attention k!\oii to all kinds of rcpair-  ig and custom work from outside poinln.  Shop:   Hall St., bolwvcii Hakor and Vernon  K  NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS-  25, Knights of Pythias, moots in I.  Hall, corner BakeE1 and Kootenay itreots, every  Tnes'day eveninj  cordially invitoi  Nolson Lodgo, No,  o. o. y.  ViBiting Knights  ; at 8 o'clock,  . to attend.  R. G.JOY. K. of R.&S.  LKONAHD SCOTT, C. C,  NELSON L. O. L., No. 1652, meets in I. O. O. F.  Hall, comer Baker and Kootenay Rtreota,  lt,t and 3rd  Friday  11 "    ���  It. Romxso.v  brrthorn cordially "inviU'd.  ~"  "' W.M.  "  of each month.   Viaiting  ���H' CftuvFoun, Rec.-Scc.  TSJBLSON ylCRIE, Nujnljsr 22, Fraternal Oi-dcr  ���" of Eagle"?, meoU every fcccond and fourth  Wednesday ineach month in Fraternity Hall.  Visiting brethren welcome.  W. GhosNKJ.r.. Pretitdent.  Ciuitusa Pkossks, Secretary  TENDERS  FOR   REAL  WANTED  ESTATE.  Tomlcis ���%>III be leoonrd by (lie iini1cr^I(rncil  until 12 uclock nniin on ."\iyiid.iy. Ajtnl 2nd, Ii��ifl  tor the followinif doiMilicrl jeal estate in NcKon.  Loth 7 and 8 and I.ot>. fi.iml If) in Mock 10, together Viilhlhc iinpimomenl.s tlieieon, coiiM-.t-  inirof the Silver King hotel and .i one-stoiy ium-  duncc.  'J'oniw fash. Tho hisliest or anj tender not  hecosss.uily acccjited.  cAuoiJXi: Tin-;liy,  AdininistiiiU'ix est. Ue of .Joli UJoliii->oti, deceased.  Nelson, If. C, JUiuvh Suit. JiWH.  ON  EY TO LOAN  AT 7 PER CENT  BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply G. L. LENNOX, Solicitor, Nolson R. C  T.V TIIK MATTER OF AN AVPLff ATIOV  J- FOR A Dl'I'LIOATK OF A OERTIFK'ATi:  OF TITLE to lots e)(.\<n (11) and IwpIms (i2),  block tHcnt>--.cveii (27), City of Nelson. Ii. C.  Notice inhere!)} gnen (hat il is iny intention  at tho expiration of one month fiom (lie  publication IittKnf. lo i--iic a duplicate of thu  Ceitiflc.itc of Till, to lite ubn\ <��� lands, issued lo  Oooi-kc A. il. Hnll. on llie'-iHIi da) of Dcfcnibcr,  1WJS, and numbered VM If.  S. Y. W00T0.V,  Rcgisli.ir (icnei.il.  Land Rcgislri Ollice, Viclona, B. ('., 191 h Vch  i nary, 1SO0.  IVjrs. E. C. Clarke, Prop.  i.mi; c��' iiii; jiov,m. lioihr., gkuiahy  A B  Jg  OF  BEER OR,  HALF-AND-HALF  Headqoartera for Portland Cement, Fire Bricks,  Fire Clay, American Cumberland Coal [Blacksmiths]  B. P. RITHET & CO., Ltd., Viclona  Spci'iiil f)iiolalloiis ifh'eli for  A. ii. OKAY, P. O. bo\Sil  Kootonay  W. P. CIOKSON  cniload lots  Nelron, 11. (.'.  :\f,'U(lt  B. H. H. APPLEWHAITE1  J, McPHBS  ALWAYS'  I RFSJ1  Ali WAYS  COOL  The best glasi of boor to be had in Nelson is al  TUIO C'LL'Il IIOTEL  Comer Silica and  Stanley Stroetd.  ��. J. CURRAN, Prop.  ouse  Uakcr and Ward  iStieot'j, Xcluon  Tho only hotol in Nolson that has remained  under ono management since 1890.  Tho bfd-rooms aro well furnished and lighted  by electricity.  Tho has fi always stocked by tho beat) domestic and imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  B. C. HOTEL   eeie, e. c.  Firbt-class in etery respect. Cholrest wines,  liquors and clours. Lveiy comfort for traiiaieni  and resident ijiiests,  UKADQUARTKRS KOR UNION MEN.  JCSKl'II CAill'UKLL, Propiictor,  Kooteqay Electric Supply & Const ruction Go.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES-  Complete HIectrlo Equipments fop Blectrlo Power Tranumlsalon and Lighting for  Mines, Towns Blectrlo Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  P. O, Box 608. Josephine Street, Nelson. B O.  FULL LINES OF WINTER AND SPR1HQ SUITINGS  WKST RAKRR STHPRT' NELSON OPPOHTTK SILVKR KTNO ROTKI  let us put Thh\s  GAS FITTING OUR SPECIALTY  PLUMBING OP ALL KINDS  Victoria Street, opposite I'o��-loflicc.  R. REISTERER & CO-  mtiiwiiiia a,vi) uo'i-j r.Eiis of*  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular  delivery to the trade  Brewery at Nelson  Notice of Application for License*.  I, Aduiplic L.u>oiiiti\ of llio Citi of NeNcHi, Id  thi' pro\ nu'o of J5n(is|i (."olumln t. hotel koepur,  lificbi KnciiotiVulli.it I intend to apply to the  Iloaid of Lltcnse ( otiiniNmoncis ior tho City of  Nelson, at t licit lliM nu'ututif to be hold after tho  expiration of tblrtj dfl} s tionl this date for a  license In soli vine*, s^uits beei nnd othei fot-  niented mid iutoxicntniK luiuoisby ict.Ul, iu iny  hotel, known as the "Slontieal Iiotel," cilmuoon  lot*, nutnbcrvd 21 and 21, in block numbered 07, us  the Kiid City of Nelson. A. LAIHHNTK.  Nelson, il. C, February 8th, 1900. THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B. C, AVEDNESDAY MARCH 21  1900  \i'  \<f  'l  I  fir  I  il  ii -  JUST RECEIVED  A DIRECT IMPORTATION OF  pushes  BATH   TOOTH   NAIL   HAIR  Baker Street, Nelson  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  Clothing    Clothing  Now is tho time to got n, bar-"  gain in Clothing as we arc  giving a liberal discount on  these goods i'or the next few  days in order to make room  for spring goods which are arriving daily  The Nelson Clothing House  217 219 Baker Street  CITY LOCAL NEWS  0^i.^'-eLi^i*^^i&j.eL.*jL*^.*^        ���^���-S'-SB'-S'-S'S'-S'Jg'S'-S'^i l  I ESTABLISHED  JJM   NELSON IN   1890  \ti I am here my friends to let you know I am all right.  iti Kimberly and Ladysmith have been relieved and I am still  Hi in Nelson with a year of prosperity ahead of me. Bvery-  \ti thing is pointing this way, and I am here with my up-to-  iti date line of goods ready to compete with eastern prices. I  Hi am recieviug goods every day. direct from the factories,  iti which are for sale, and I am prepared to guarantee the  Hi quality. Come and examine our stock; no trouble to show  \ti goods. I have 1000 kinds, to suit you all. Jewelry of all  Hi kinds, also precious stones, sterling silver in all the latest  "Hi designs and patterns. Bradley & Hubbard's up-to-date art  iti goods. Kara, the leading piano of Canada. Come early and  (1/   we will serve you accordingly.   Don't forget the place.  We only employ the   most  expert watchmakers and  jewelers.   All work is guaranteed.   Mail orders will receive  our prompt attention.  Xti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  JACOB DOYEB, THE JEWELER  NELSON, B. C.  \)i  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Great Clearing Sale  of Dry Goods  m $12,000   Stock of New  St        .       Offered at Cost  Goods  We have deckled to sell out our dry goods and  continue exclusively" in clothing-, boots, shoes and  gents' furnishings, and now offer all our dry goods  stock at Wholesale prices. This includes all our  spring goods now in stock and in transit from the  east." Tl is the first time in the history of Nelson  that a stock of this size has been offered to the public at such a low rate, and all wanting bargains  should not fail to see our prices.     To the ladies of  to get your spring and summer dress goods at a bargain.    Here is a sample of some of our prices:  DRESS   GOODS that   were   40c, now selling at 25c  do            do, do          65c,          do             40c  do            do do       $1.00,           do              60c  do     ,      do do          1.25,           do   .          75c  PLAID TWEED SKIRTINGS, five pieces, -  regular $6 line, offered at $4 to clear  BLACK LUSTRES, in plain and figured,  that were 50c, now selling at 30c  do '        do   '   75c, do 45c  DRESS  GINGHAMS,  regular 20c goods, now selling at 12ic  COLORED DRESS GINGHAMS,  regular 15c goods, now selling at 10c  DIMITIES, regular 15c goods, offered at 10c  PIQUES,    ��� do     20c     do do       12]  do  COLORED  COLORED  COLORED  FLANNELLETTE now selling at 5c, formerly 8c  KLLIOT BLOCK  JJAKKK bTKJCKT  A. FERLAND & CO.  9  is  to replace that  Shabby Awning'  Kev.-W. F. Stackhouse of Rossland occupies the pulpit of the  Baptist church on Sunday next.  The new pastor, Rev. J. Colter  AVhite of Wolfcville, Nova Scotia,  will arrive in the city next week to  assume the pastorate.  The rowing season has been heralded by the appearance on the  lake of a Nelson Rowing Club  four, which has been practising  regularly for the past two or .three I  days.  A gang of men were at work  yesterday installing an automatic  gas governor at the corner of  cStanley and Carbonate streets.  At this point the level is 110 feet  above that at the gas works, and  the fact that gas increases in pressure with every foot of altitude  renders precautions to regulate the  pressure necessary. This is done  by the governor, an ingenious  mechanical contrivance wliich reduces the pressure from 2.2 inches  to 1 inch. Were this not done the  heavy pressure would drive the  gas through every burner" on the  hill much faster than would be  compatible with economy.  The system of measuring wood  by a municipal official as recently  approved by the city council has  met with popular favor. Weigh-'  master Jackson has had numerous  applications from dealers and citizens, and it seems probable that  the system will soon be in as general use as that of weighing coal.  In fact some citizens have already  refused to accept delivery of wood  unless the teamster has produced a  certificate of measurement.  S. S. Taylor, Q. C, has been retained for the prosecution in Re-  gina vs. Sanderson, aud Regina vs.  Clayboru, the defendants in both  cases having retained Galliher. <fe  Wilson to defend them. Tbe trials  are set dowiv for April 3rd. ,  Tiie Spokane trains are now running on schedule time. The warm  weather of theT past ten day? has  dried up the cuts where mud slides  had disorganized the system.  Louis Lovesque and wife, nee  Miss M. Madden, who have been  visiting iu tho city for a few days,  left yesterday for Robson where  they'will reside. Mr. Lcvesque is  proprietor,of the Robson hotel,  Shipments of ore from the Molly  Gibson mine have been temporarily  suspended owing to a slide which  has blocked up the wagon, road  about a mile from the lake. Three  hundred ,tons of ore' ready sacked  have been brought down as far as  the obstruction, and will be shipped  as soon as it can be got through. R.  McGnire, the superintendent, reports that the mine is in splendid  shape and never looked better.  About 35 men aro employed, inclus-  i ve of those en gaged in hauling the  ore.~~  William P. Kenibbs, the recently  appointed United States consular  agent for the Kootenays, has  opened an office in the Elliot block.  Bradley & Co, are busily engaged  in jmtting the finishing touches to  the handsome and commodious new  quarters of the Imperial Bank in  the Burns' block. The moving has  been delayed longer than was cx-  pectedt but it is announced that the  bank will definitely change nunrtors  at the end of the week. Bradley 6c  Co have alrfo the contract for finishing the Bank of Montreal building and started work yesterday.  William Martin, tho contractor  whofellofi'theL.&R.C.Co'sbuilding  last week, was down town yesterday  for Lhe iirst lime since his accident.  lie escaped serious internal injuries,  despite the fact that he fell 30 feet  clear, and will soon be at work  again.  wood; William  Bassinwight, Mani-  tonlin Island; J. G. Millichamp, Bos  ton; J. Loaske,Ymir; D. C.  Smith,  Slocan  City; ,T.  E. Eno*,  Spokane;  R. Blondcn, Slocan Junction.  At this Thbmont.���J. H. Thompson, city; J. Kelly, city; It. Kitchin  city;   J.  Hunt,  city;   J.  Campbell,  city; J. J. McColl, city; W. Hazzard,  city.  At tub Quern's.���W. Newell,  Greenwood; A. D. Smith, Grand  Foiks; J. Caddon, Nakusp; G.  Scouter, Greenwood; Frank Dick,  Slocan; S. II. Nolan, Sandon.  At tiik Madden.���AV. II. Courtney, Slocan City; John McKay,  Ainsworth; Alex W. Fraser, Renfrew, Ontario; W. Ferguson, Ainsworth; R. MeLeod, Ainsworth; T.  Robinson, Spokane; AV. A. Humphries, Greenwood; Dan AV. Campbell, Greenwood. '  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Wanted���Skirt and waist makers. Kmiuirc ut Mrs. llaltunVi dressmaking parlors. Madden block.  AVanted ��� Apprentices   to learn  dressmaking.   Apply to Martin O'lteilly & Co.,  Houston block, Nelson.;  AVanted���Position as lady cook  in a hotel or private family, Apply "Cook" Tribune ofllce.  Piano for sale; practically new;  Address Box 2.'il. Nelson.  Sewing girls wanted, at the Hudson's Bay stores, Nelson.  M. J. Henry, the Vaucouver nurseryman, has iii the hands of prir.tors his catalogue for the year .1000, and it will be ready for  mailing by the loth instant. It will bo one of the  most complete ever issued by any ono in his lino  of business on tho Coast, and he is confident that,  if you will kindly reserve your oiders until it  reaches you, it will bo to your interest to place a  share of them with him.  AVanted���Portable engine and  boiler, sawmill, planer, edger and lath-mill.  Capacity not less than ten thousand a day. Sawmill, Tribune Ollice.  Niekerson���Watchmaker,   Baker  ��� street, opposite Queen's hotel.  Twenty-five years  experience.  For Sale���A furnished hotel in  Sandon, 13. C. Write for particulars to G. West,  Box ISO, Sandon. 11. C.  When  your   watch   don't   keep  time, see Niekerson, Baker street.   Satisfactory  work or no charges; '  To Let���Six-roomed house with  bath.   Apply at-second hand store opposite post-  ofllcc.  Stoves   Stoves  We have the finest line of COAL HEATERS ever displayed in the district. We are sole agents for the famous COLE'S HOT BLAST HEATER  Our claims for this heater is that it is adapted to any kind of coal.  CROW'S NEST, LETHBRIDGE, or ANTHRACITE, burning all kinds  equally well. Not requiring the attention of an ordinary coal heater.  Economical, durable and simple in construction. See our Steel Ranges  for hard and soft coal or wood.  H. BYERS & CO.  NKLSON  KASLO  SANDON  Nelson Coke & Gas Co.,  Capital Stock  $250,000  Divided into 10,00(1 shares of $25  7% Preference Shares. .$75,000  Ordinary Stock $175,000  A limited number of preferenco and ordinary  shares of the company aro oJl'erod to tho citizens  of Nel-on at par.  Subscription hooks aro now open at the o/Ilcc  of the company. Baker street, Nelson.  Railroad Supplies  ���   ���   ���   ���  Get our prices on  Wheelbarrows, Picks, Shovels, Camp Outfits, Drill Steel  Iron and Steel, Drill Hammers, Sledge Hammers  Axes, Saws, and Bellows  We Offer the Best Values in Kootenay.  ii  Nelson-Coke & Gas Co.,  FRED UUUXKTT, Manager and Secretary.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPORATED 1670.'  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  A. R. SHERWOOD  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  First door west  of Bank of British  Columbia building.,  Baker Street  Seville  Oranges  for  Marmalade  at  Fine Tailoring  CLEANING  AND  REPAIRING  YOUR OWN GOODS MADE UP  OLD CLOTHES MADE GOOD AS NEW  ARTHUR GEE    '\     ,'  Opposite Clarke Hotel.   MERCHANT TAILOR  Nelson   Wine   Co.  CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS  Hudson's Bay Stores  "TKLKPHONE 13"  Garden  Seeds  Canada Drug & Book Co���  ��� We are ready for your gardening. ~ Fresh seeds in bulk, both  Vegetable and Flower Seeds, also  Lawn Grass and White Clover.  Prices same as Eastern Catalogues  Special attention given to family trade  Toittl��uSt.      FRANK A. TAMBLYN  Nelson, 11. C. *   max vgbk  Fop Sale Cheap  RAILROAD OUTFIT  Such as Wheel Scrapers, Picks, Shovel", Hiun-  meis. Steel, Wagons, Large Range, Tent's, etc.  Oal! at Old Curiosity Shop. Josephine stieet.  Gity of JJelson Local  Board of  Hea^'1'  GENERAL VACCINATION NOTICE.  Hi  iti  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  vty  185  BAKER   STREET  Newly Laid  Town Eggs  Strictly Fresh  40c per doz.-at  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON'S  The Leading*  Grocers....  xti  iti  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  I  m  III  il  i  III  I  Invest Your Money  ... TO BEST ADVANTAGE  -  ""���"~ v |1  And order at once your requirements in the line of.Hams* and jf.J  Bacon, of which we have received a large consignment from East-rjf  ern Canada. *��� . -" "I  FINE QUOTATIONS   FINEST QUALITY - :  1      ; GIVE THEM A TRIAL    ,  The Western Mercantile Company, Limited.  RANGY AXI) STAPLE CKOGKIUKS ' , BAKER STREET. NKLSON-  l^5  all pci.sons iesi-  vvlio 1  Canada Drag & Book Co.  HOJEL   ARRIVALS.  NELSON  Place your order with  THEO.   MADSON  Tents,  Awnings,  and  all  kinds  of Canvas  Goods  Manufactured to Order  BAKER  At Tine IIu.me. ���If. P. Renwielc,  liossJjuul: I). Gavili, Junior, Vancouver; George Mann. SL Paul; Yale  deacon, San Francisco; J. K.  33i'aton, Nelson; W. Valentine Hunter, Bonningtoit FhlK: W, II. Dowsing. Procter; W. A. Turner, Toronto; Charles "W. Busk. Jiokanee  Cioek; 3. W. Lowe, AVinnipeg-.  rT!AT the GitAND Cknthat,.���'Joe  Crowley, Dutton, Out.; J. P. Bcatty,  Gtielpb; Andrew KolT, -XUielpli; J.  A. Bell, Duudalk, Out.; J. A. Campbell, Erie; IX A. Jlunapkreys, Cas-  STREET,  NELSON, I cade City; James JDunhar, Green-  Kootenay   CoiTee   Co.  NELSON, B. C.  OoIToo roasters and dealers in Toft and Coffee.  Offer fresh roasted coffee of best quality as  follows:  Java and Arabian Maeha, per pound ?  id  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds.......... 1 00  Fliio Santos, 4 pounds ������ 100  Santos Blend, 5 pounds  1 00  Our Special Blend, 3 ponnds..  I 00  Our Itlo Koasfc, 6 pouuds  1 00  A trial order solicited.  Salesroom 2 doors eaEfc  Of Oddfellows block. West Baker street.  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododcwlions, Ro-es, Fancy Evergreens  Slagnol.is, Bulbs, new crop I c4ed seeds, for spring  iil.iiiUnj;. Lmwt and most complete slock in  M'estet n Canada. Call and itiake your selections  or hend for catalogue. Addres? at the nurfaery  grounds and greenhouse. ��~,xT��xr  M. J. HENRY.  SOOfi Westminster Boad, Vancouver, 8, C.  Notice is hereby given that  donl M-ilInn lhe City of .VcNon \x\io have not  -been viicoimiKid-MilIiin seven je.'irsnre lequfrud  wiUnn sevend.iys fjom (he publication of this  notice to be vaccinated.  Persons lonnhiilK 'to bo rncdnnlcd free of  chaige may mlcm] at any time during the next  se\cn dajs beluecu the hours of :i and ,jo'ilock  p. in , at my ofllce on Josephine street for the  purpose ot vii"cm.iiicm.  Upon the oikIiIIj d.iy following the dny on  which iin.v perion 1ms been-vaccinated, he or she  shall attend the medical piacttlioncr by uhoni  the opeintion waspeifunned in older that the  medical practitioner uutynscci'taiu by inspection  the icsiilt of thu operation.  Any person failiiiK to comply with the re-  'lUircniviithof IIjin notice i\jll bo liable to the  penult iu- id Chcribed by the Public Health Act.  I>u. MKAU. HI.I).,     ,  aifdluil Ue.dUi Olliccr.  .VeKon, II. C. Match iiOtb, 1!W0.  fitly of Nelson Local   Board of  health  P1KM-T.AM VTION.  .Notice 1; hereby kIv&i that the public is informed Iiml nilo No. .")J of the regulations Of the  lobulations of ">o Provincial Hoaid of Health,  approved In aider of ihe lloulcniuit-govcrnoi-iii-  uoiincil. Is in force in (he city ol Xelson, by  whicli every person of an iiro to Make him or  her li'itally icspo.'isiblc. who has not been suc-  (���("sfullv vaccinated -within feven years, or who  does not, hold n ceilitlcate of his or her insus-  i uptiliihlv al the jnesciit time Io \ accination, is  ro<|i!iicrt to pioi'Uic Ihe vaccination of himself or  hci self wit bin s'iVi'ii davs nflcr public noiilicii-  tion by the-medical health olllcer directing j��en-  eial v ace iuiition. I)K. ImB.\ U, A1.D���  Medical Health Olllcer.  Nelson. B C, Jfarcli 20th, IIKX).  NOTICE.  The Painters' Union of Xelson have decided  that on and after April 1st, 1900, that their work  dav shall bu nine hoiusand their wage��3.50 per  day. .   ,  'I'he obiCCt of lhe Union in making their determination publio.is to give confraeto's notice,so  as (o enable them to tender on vvo.k on Uic new  basis of hours and wages.  T. 0  SICATBO. President,  ItOUKKT FRISK fJocreUuy.  Kelson, B. C, Jl.iich 20th, V.M.  NOTICE.  Contiacfors and builders arc hereby notified  that on and after April 1st, the following scale of  wages will be demanded; Jlortai im\cisand  hod i an ici s. $;i���V) fur eight boms,; other building  laboi(>i's-, $'I for cighl houis; excavators HO cenis  an hour. 1 his notiro is given .so that t hose whom  ilmay coaccin can coiitider it in tendering for  contracts. _ _  1\ C. SHACKLKTON, Recording Secretary.  tiohoa Laborers' i'rotecUte Union S1SU  W)  We have sold 75 per cent of all the  t  Portland Cement  Fire Briek and  Fire Clay  w-  ffi.;  Used in Kootenay.  We also handle  mi  Steel Mining Rails, '   ���    t  Biaol^smith's Coal, Sewer Pipe, Etc. $  H. J. EVANS & CO.  NELSON, B. C.  TPS'i.  ,��9  '{��>'!%>'&'&'  i'c3'cJ'(Z)-&)  1.(&.(S>. ,<=*.<��?. G?'<S7.G2,��i'&.>(&'b  w  mil-  ��� :l\  Tropieal arid California Fruits  BANANAS     ORANGES     LEMONS     APPLES  Received Daily from Spokane*  P. O. BOX ITS.  HOUSTO.V BLOCK.  Blue Kihbcm Tea'Alwajs on irand.  Ii"rosh ICggs Keceived i>aily  John f\. hvlr\g & Go.  wqat do you im  ANOTHER VICTORY  ens  BOERS IN RETREAT  XVe had a very successful day and completely routed lhe enemy. They are in full  retreat. In the exhuLerance of your joy got jour India and Cojloj Tea, Mocha  and Java Coi'Ve, Uroronet,, etc., lioju  Josephino and Silica Streets,  oppohite Methodist, Church  PATTON & ENMAK'  J. E. ANNABLE  GENERAL  BROKER  Three dwelling houses for sale on easy tern/*  One lot  on   Stanley  street,  opposite Koyai  hotel, for sale at a baigaiu.  One beven-roonicd hou.se and one thicu-roona  house for rent�� , '  &B& ANNABLK  Charles Ds J* Ghnstie  GENERAL BROKER  1 dooi s West of IJomirilon Express oflicc.  P. 0. Box 5&J.   Phones: Ollice 117, Hou.se 102  FOR SALE  4 room house and 3 lols , ,. ��|,",c,Q  1 lot on Cubonato stieet     |<fl j._  '1 lots Observatory street      I_w ��'"  21oL,and 1-rooin lions.e llio*  MIOOM HOUSE FOU ItKNT  Loans and in.surjmcc promptly attended to.  '{ &'

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