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 DAILY  EDITION   BY  MAIL  FIVE   DOLLARS A YEAR  tine  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR  NELSON:  TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 3  1900.  PRICE FIVE  CENTS.  QUEEN'S VISIT TO DUBLIN  Crowds Assemble.  Duiiux, April 2.���All Dublin,  nnd, in truth, all Ireland, is on tho  qui vivo in anticipation oi' tho  queen's coming. Crowds arc pouring in from all points, and it is estimated that the normal population  of Dublin, about 300,000, will, by  Wednesday, have swollen to 1,000,-  000. Rooms are at a premium.  v From every town come throngs,  anxious to share in the gaiety that  now promises to be unmarred.  From Belfast alone 10,000 are expected. By the exercise of the  greatest possible tact the government officials have practically destroyed sectional feeling, and there  is iio longer any doubt that her  majesty will be welcomed- with an  enthusiasm equal to, if uot greater  than, that which was displayed  during her visit to London.  Dum,in, April 2.���Representative  Nationalists here, wheu  questioned  today by a correspondent  of the  Associated Press in regard  to  placards inviting the citizens to .join-a  procession of the Nationalist societies on the night of the queen's arrival, as a protest, denied all knowledge of this attempt at a  counter  attraction, aud alleged that  such a  procession would amount  to nothing.    Apparently any such scheme  will not be countenanced  even  by  the so-called revolutionary party,  but  the police   have, received  instructions not to  give importance  nor notoriety to such an  affair  by  an attempt to suppress it or  otherwise interfere.  '-.   The  attitude  of the   prominent  Nationalists whom  the Associated  Pi ess    correspondent    has    interviewed, is  that  earl Cadogan, the  lord lieutenant, will be taken at his  Avord  and  the  royal  visit Avill be  made a national occasion, although  it will be and must be  utterly non-  polftical, not by a hair's  breadth  1ms the queen's coming  diminished  the intensity of the  opposition =of  Nationalists of all shades  to  castle'  government.     It  is  said'that the  ' lord mayor Mill be  made either a  knight or  a baronet, and that the  sheriff ami alderman Mead will be  1 knighted.-  Today dense " crowds surged  through the streets, in spite 'of the  rain, watching the preparations.  Among the curious mottoes Hung  across the street i.��, "Will ye no  Come Back Again." A'cartoon iu  John Redmond'.-? evening paper, the  Herald, also strikes a popular note.  Paddy is repicsented as welcoming  the queen and sayiiig, "Shiire,  you're welcome, but don't let them  bhoyd at the [castle be tell in' ye  stories about me."  Gerald Balfour, secretary for Ireland, has arrived but he is too sick  to participate in the ceremonies or  the reception.  Earl Cadogan has a long list of  distinguished *v Niters. With tho  duke of Oonjiaught and other prom-  ���iiient personages he will go to  Kingstown tomorrow evening and  witness the arrival of the royal  yacht in Irish waters, and its-reception by the channel squadron, but  tho celebration will not begin until  the queen puts her foot on Iii��h  soil ou Wednesday at noon.  Loxnox. April 3.���-12:10 a.m ���  Queen Victoria left Windsor at half  past nine last night en route for Ireland. Her majesty is accompanied  by princess Christian and princess  Ileury of Battonborg and ib attended by the countess of Antrim,  the honorable Harriet Phipp&, sir  Arthur Biggs, private secretary of  the queen, sir Fleetwood Edwards,  keeper oi* her majesty's private  purse, and captain Poiisoiiby. The  queen had driven out to Frogmorc  during the afternoon amid considerable enthusiasm on the part of  the townspeople, but her depaiture  - from the station was quiet. Not  in the history of the Great Western and London & Northwestern  railways have greater precautions  been taken to protect the royal  train than those which had been  perfected when her majesty started  north tonight. Those officials who  have superintended the transportation of the czare witch aud the  princes of all nations iu and out of  Windsor have exerted themselves  beyond precedent for the insuiauee  of the royal train between  Windsor aud Holyhead. Royal  trains seldom i un at night, but the  queen, who is especially adverse  to fast travel, stipulated that the  trip should occupy eleven hours,  although it is usually covered in  r-ix. Tliis slowness at a time when  traffic in oi" tlio lightest is one of the  reasons for deciding"'upon a night  run. Leaving Windsor, the royal  trniu was iu the hands of tho Great  Western company's officials tc Bush-  bery, wheu the Loudon & Northwestern compauy assumed responsibility at midnight. The journey  is by way of Crew and Chester to  Holyhead, and the officials of the  latter company will have little sleep  tonight. Operators aud track inspectors at every station along the  route, no matter how small, were  required to be on duty half an hour  before the train was due, to examine  personally as to sigualsand switches,  and see that all is in proper working order. Tho .-pilot engine, named  the "Prince of Wales," ran a quarter  of an hour ahead of the royal train,  and, after its passage, all the lines  we're kept clear. The royal .train  was drawn by two locomotives.  FIGHT NEAR BUSHMAN'S KOP  Boers Have Eetired.  Bushman's Kop, Sunday, April  1.���The Boers who were hidden jn  the spruit wheu the British guns  were captured yesterday were commanded by Reichtnan, a German-  American. .  The receipt of this dispatch settles the disputed point arising  from the discrepancy in the dispatch from Bushman's Kop of Saturday and dord Robert's dispatch  of yesterday referring to the time  the engagement between the British and Boers occurred, which is  now shown to be Saturday and not  Sunday, as might have been judged  from the message of the commander-in-chief. l'  The Boers retired this morning  when they discovered the British  scouts, leaving two Dutch military  attaches, one of them dangerously  wounded, in the hands of the  Bi itish. All the wounded are doing  well. Everyone agrees that but for  colonel Broadwood's splendid handling of his troops not a member of  the force wonld-havo escaped. The  Boers are still holding the water-  work? and the lino of' hills behind  them. r  i An Explanation on, the Way.  Ottawa, April 2.���-[Special to  The Tribune.]���In tho house today  Laurier, in reply to Bostock's questions as to the Martin-Mcluues incidents, said: '"The report of the  lieutenant-governor has1 not been  received. He has been asked to  make his icport, and on the 28th of  Maich the secretary of state was  informed * by telegraph that the  lieutonanc-governor mailed his report on that day. The remaining  questions cannot, of course, be answered-until the report has been  received."  Canada Congratulated.  Ottawa, April 2.���[Special* to  The Tribune,)���Lord Minto has received a letter from sir Alfred Milner written on February 27th, congratulating his excellency and  Canada on the great share taken by  Canada's gallant contingent in the  annihilation of Cronje's forces. "It  is the Iirst great success Ave have  had in this terrible struggle," sir  Alfred said, "and people will never  forget the great assistance rendered  by Canada in the campaign.-  Must "Pay Fair Wages.  Ottawa, April 2.���[Special to  The Tribune].���D. .7. O'Donoglmc,  an active labor leader in Toronto  and local ex-member of parliament  for this city, 21' years of age, has  been appointed "by the Dominion  government to superintend the enforcement of Muloek's fair wages  resolution. O'Donoghue begins  woi k immediately.  CROP OF PARISIAN DUELS  Rothschilds in It.  Paris, April 1.���The quarrel between Com te de Lubersac and baron  Robert de Rothschild continues, and  threatens to spread to other prominent people, who were not at tho  outset mixed up in the affair. Last  evening tho eomte wrote another  violent letter, but this time not to  baron Robert.   He addressed baron  Edouard de Rothschild, and. after  charging Robert with writing an insulting letter, said : . =  "I can not blame him before he  attains his majority. When that  time is reached he will receive my  seconds. I do not wish to remain  under the insult of a Rothschild,  and as I consider you, the son of  the head of this family, responsible,  I express my contempt for you, and  I warn you that everywhere I meet  you I shall throw my glove in your  face."  It is reported that the recipient  of this letter sent his seconds to the  comte.       " , "    ,-'.'���  Michael Ephrussi will also challenge the comte de Lubersac, and  M. de Saint Alery will challenge the  comte de Dion.  Paris, April 2. ��� Baron Edouard  -de Rothschild has appointed comte  Louis de Tuernne arid Mi O'Connor,  to "be-his seconds in'res'pdnse to 'tiie'.  letter of comte de Lubersac, threatening to throw the latter's glove in  the former's face whenever they  met. The two seconds consulted  together and have written-''to the  comte de Lubersac informing him  that the duelling code prevents  baron Edouard from meetiug the  comte de Lubersac until the latter  has given satisfaction to baron  Robert de Rothschild. They point  out that the fact that the latter is  a minor forms no excuse for the  comte de Lubersac refusing to  meet him.  sent in for the position, seven hundred applicants forwarding their  photographs. A few days after  forwarding tlieir names the applicants received a circular wliich,  among other things, said that if a  fee of $2 to cover tho expense of  advertising, etc., and an agreement  to send twenty per cent commission  of the first .month's salary weie  sent, the applicant'would be recom-  meuded. Of the eight hundred to  whom this circular was forwarded  about fifty had sent tho necessary  two dollars, .when the kvw stepped  in. A large number of the applicants were members of well known  Toronto families^  HOW BROADWOOD LOST HIS  DEVELOPMENT OF VENUS IS  One  Most Satisfactory..  year   ago   yesterday Avork  Journalist's Wife Dies.  Ottawa, April 2.���[Special to  The Tribune],���Mrs. ltoden Kings-  mill, wife of the Globe correspondent, died suddenly this morning  from taking methylated spirits instead of medicine, which she had  been taking for la grippe. The remains will be forwarded to Toronto  for interment.   Another Casualty.  Ottawa, April 2.���[Special to  The Tribune],���Lieutenant-colonel  Drury cabled tho militia department today stating that Robert  Bradley, of "D" battery, died from  an injury received while watering a  horse. The list gives Bradley's  residence as Ottawa.  May.Eeduce War Taxes.  Washington-,' April 2 ���A pos-  ,ble reduction'of the war taxes was  foreshadowed in a resolution adopted by tho house today, calling upon  the secretary of the treasury for  information as to the probable surplus the revenue law would create  daring this jind the coming fiscah  years. The resolution was presented by Miv Payne, the iloor  leader of the majority. Under a  suspension of the rules, bills were  passed to open "to settlement 438,-  000 acres in tho^ Fort Hall Indian  reservation, and 2,500,000 acres of  Oklahoma by ratifying the agreements with the Bannoks, Kiowas,  Commanches and Apaches, to divide the northern judicial district  of New York into two' districts and  to appropriate $100,000 for a military post at Sheridan, Wyoming.  Straight Shooting.  New York, April 2.���-The Interstate Trap Shooting at Interstate  park, Queen's Athletic Club, opened  today. ���The���Grand "American  Handicap, which is the principal  event of the tournament, will not  begin until Wednesday morning.  Two hundred and ten entries have  been received and it is expeeted  that the number will be  increased" by a score or  more of > entries. Today's program consisted of two sweepstake  events. The Interstate Park introductory of eight birds eiveh ."secured 100 entries each, 2-J of whom  killed straight. The second event  and more important of the two,  was the borough of Queen's Sweepstakes at 12 birds. Ono hundred  and twenty-two persons entered  for this event and 17 of them killed  straight.  Metal Quotations.  Nkw   York,   April    2.���Copper  firmer,  brokers' $17.25;   exchange  $17.00.    Lead dull,  brokers' $1.45; j ascertained that no less than four  excange $1.G7��@$4.724.  An Advertisement Swindle.  PicTOX, Ontario, April 2.���George  W. Piatt, manager of the Co-operative Employment Association of  Canada was committed for trial by  the police magistrate hero on Saturday on the charge of using the  mails with intent to defraud. The  facts in tho case furnish an interesting story. About a fortnight  ago an advertisement appeared in  the Toronto papers staging that %  young lady of good appearance  was wanted as a companion to a  lady going to tho Paris, France,  exhibition, with a salary of fifty  dollars per month for six  months and all expenses paid.  Address George W. Piatt, Picton.  Numerous complaints from parties  answering the advertisement  reaching the attorney-general's department, inspector Rogers was detailed to look into the ease.   It was  J teen hundred applications had been  was commenced'on the Venus property, situated on Morning mountain.  Since that date; development has  progressed rapidly aiid steadily  with tiie result that today it is regarded as one of the most promising  propositions in the Nelson district.  The Venus Gold'/Mining^jQo^^ahy  was duly incorporated sOix^ribnths  after work was commenced, the  original directors, being VV". H. Pear-  soiiy W. H. Pearson, junior, Dr. P. E;  Pdolittle.ahdL;-L. Merrifield; all .of  Toronto, and;Rr'Heddle of Nelson.���  The company's -stpefchas. never been  placed on the tharket bwing^to  which fact details, of the"work-done;  on the property have not been made  as generally-known as would have  been the case under different circumstances. .-In view of this some  particulars of development will  doubtless be of interest to readers  of The Tribune. "    _.  Work was begun under the directions of superintendent Heddle, who  was succeeded on August 15th last  by J. P. Holdenf formerly connected  with the Athabasca. From the  iirst opening the vein - was  traced by ,crosscuts for a  distance of 500 t feet, where No.  1 tunnel was driven 105 feet on the  vein. Continuous pay ore was  found, ranging np to $150 a-ton,  %vith an average throughout of $31.  This average was maintained in all  the work completed to date.  Tunnel No, 2 was started 125 feet  below the level of No. 1, and is now  in 402 feet. "-It is through a pay  chute So feet in length, 30 feet of  oxidized vein matter carrying no  values, the balance being in the second pay chute.  The third tunuel is-on tho lot  foot level below No. 2, and is in 519  feet, 100 feet being decomposed  granite and the balance in the vein  matter. About February loth au  upraise was started from No. 3 funnel to No. 2 and was completed last  week. In the upraise continuous  clean milling ore 18 inches in width  was exposed. A shaft from No. 1  tunnel to the surface, 71 feet in  height, was driven to supply air to  the workings;-and"this_cufc through"  a vein three feet in width. The  upraise was made before the main  ledge was thoroughly identified, and  the vein discovered is regarded  as a continuation of tho true ledge.  Two crosscuts have been made iu  No. 3 tunnel for the purpose of determining the width of the ledge  and the value of the ore. The result demonstrated that the ledge is  some three feet in width and carries average values of $31. The  vein has an easterly and westerly  course with a dip of 38 degrees to  the north.  The vein mutter i.s quartz, decomposed matter and iron oxide  with a small per eentage of .silver,  the gold being free in Lhe ore. The  cost of development has been exceptionally low, owing to the fact  that the material is soft.  At the'present time 17,000 tons  of ore are ready for stoping and in  the course of development a quantity of ore, approximating -100 ton=,  has been placed on the dump.  Development is to be continued,  a new tunnel and a mill being the  leading features of the program.  A ton of ore was recently shipped  to Southern California to be tested  in the various mills and also for  cyanic! ing. When the returns from  this shipment are received the construction of a mill on the system  which saves tho greatest values  will be proceeded with.  The Venus group includes the  Venus, Orion, Jupiter, Cambridge,  Astral, Cosmopolitan and Mars mineral claims. The buildings consist  of a bunkhou.se, 10 by 21, cookhouse, dining room and office, 21  by 50, storehouse 10 by 10, blacksmith shop, and powder magazine,  Convoy and Guns.  Loxnox, April 2.���The war office  has received the following dispatch  from lord Roberts, dated Bloemfontein, April 1st:  "I received news late yesterday  afternoon from colonel Broadwood,  who was at Thaba Nehu, thirty-  eight miles east of here, that information had reached him that the  enemy was approaching in two  forces from the north and the east.  He stated that, if the reports  proved ' true,., he would-".retire  towards the waterworks, 17 miles  nearer Bloemfontein, where we  have had a detachment of mounted  infantry for the protection of the  works.  "Broadwood was told in reply,  that the ninth division of Murtici's  mounted infantry would march at  daylight today to support him, and  that, if he considered it necessary,  he should retire from the waterworks. He moved there during the  night. At dawn today he was  shelled by the eiiemy, who attacked  on three sides. He immediately  dispatched two horse artillery batteries and his baggage toward  Bloemfontein, covering some of  them with his cavalry.  "Some two miles from the waterworks the" road crossed a ,deep  nullah, or spruit, in which during  the night a force of Boers had concealed themselves. So well were  they hidden that our leading scouts  passed over the drift without discovering them, and it was not until  the wagons and guns were entering  the drift that the Boers showed  themselves and opened lire. Many  of the drivers of the artillery horses  were immediately shot down at  short range and several of the guns  were captured. The remainder galloped away, covered by Roberts'  Horse, which Suffered heavily.  "Meanwhile lieutenant Chester  Masters, of Rimington's scouts,  found a passage across the spruit  unoccupied by the enemy, by which  the remainder of Broad wood's force  crossed. They reformed with great  steadincss/notwithstunding all that  had previously occurred.  "Broadwood's report, which' has  just reached me,\*ind which contains  no details, stated that he had ���, lost  seven guns and all his baggage. He  estimated all hit. casualties at about  350, iucluding 200 missing;  "On hearing this morning  that Broadwood was hard  piessed, I immediately ordered general French, with the two remaining cavalry brigades, to follow in  support of the ninth division. The  latter, after a magnificent* march,  arrived on the scene of action  after 2 p. m. '  "Broadwood's force consisted of  the Royal Household cavalry and  10th Hussars,'Q'and 'LP batteries  of the Royal Horse artillery and  Pilcher's _battwy _of__nipuiifced _ in-  'f ail try;  "The strength of the enemy is  estimated at from S000 to 10,000,  witJi guns, the number of which is  not reported,  tween the Modder aud Thaba Nehu,  and we could also see them move off  our convoy to the rear."  Loxnox, April 3.���The Bloemfontein correspondent of tho Standard says: "The princo of Teck  was in charge of the transport but  is safe."  Loxnox, April 3.���The Bloemfontein correspondent of the Daily  Chronicle, telegraphing Sunday,  and describing the loss of the convoy says: "The Boers opened with  a murderous fire. It was simply  slaughter. The Kaffir drivers of  the convoy ran away, leaving their  teams, and it was impossible for  our men to hit the hidden enemy.  Our gunners fought bravely, trying  to, save the guns, but our people  were greatly hampered by the Kaffirs, who ran hither and thither  looking for cover from the fearful  fire that poured in on all sides.  Meanwhile the enemy were hotly  pressing colonel Broadwood, whose  mounted troops were' completely  surrounded.  "The British showed magnificent  bravery. The officers were quite  cool and composed in directing  operations. The opportune arrival  of reinforcements saved colonel  Broadwood from t annihilation. It  is reported that two guris have  been recaptured. The whole force  is retiring ou Bloemfontein:"  BOERS MORE ACCRESSIVE IN  All Directions.  Loxnox, April 3.-4:15 a.m.���The  latest news from the, front is to  the public the knowledge of the  convoy disaster. No credence is  given to the report that the Boers  numbered between 8000 and 10,000.  The general belief is that there  could not have been more than half  that number. Lord Roberts' dispatch, dated two hours later than  the'Daily Chronicle's, says nothing  about the -guns being recaptured.  The story^therefote looks doubtful.  Little news has arrived from other  points.  > Tho report that the Boers-are  massing in the vicinity of Tatifgs  and Klip Dam is confirmed.  Lord Methuen's difficulties are  apparently increasing. He has  Boer laagers or guerrilla bands on  three sides of him and will be  obliged to watch his communications with Orange river. ,  THE DIOGESE OF KOOTENAY  -The Bloeinfon-  of  the Times,  London, April 3,-  tein correspondent  telegraphing Sunday, with refer  ence to the capture of the convoy  says: "The whole nflair was a  flash intended to frighten 1'Veo  Staters who weie desirous of surrendering to lord Roberts, When  Colville arrived, although lie was  almost destitute of mounted men,  and had marched 10 miles, lie determined to turn thcriver by crossing at some point iowei; down than  that occupied by the enemy. Accordingly, general Smith-Dorrien's  brigade, including the Canadians,  attempted another drift which  turned the enemy's' oiiginal position. Kor some reason iieutenant-  colonel Lint's artillery was detached  at two o'clock to the right, where  it remained for a considerable  period shelling at 5000 yards range  tluee of the enemy's guns that  were placed in the open in the  vicinity of colonel Broadwood's  encamximent.  "Consequently a large force of  Boers, visible on the far side of the  Modder, escaped punishment and  retired slowly as our infantry advanced. Finally our guns took up  a position on a rising ground between the two brigades, thus commanding both drifts, but by that  time their support -i\as not needed,  as the only resistance to the advance of tlio Rritish infantry came  from gun^ firing shrapnel at far too  long a range. Wc could, however,  see tho enemy in force in a laager  at the foot of some hills  lying  be- '  OVER ONE HUNDRED MEN  Secured Employment Yesterday.  Nearly one hundred men were  put on at the Granite, Poorman and  Athabasca mines, in Nelson district,  yesterday. Preference, in every  case, was given to the men who  quit work. This would go to show  that the old men were good workmen. Everything should now run  jalojig smoothly at these mines. _The  men have got the wages they asked  for, and the management have got  mine workers who are satisfactory  to them.  First Synod Meeting.  Tho first meeting of the licensed  clergy and lay delegates of tho  diocese of Kootenay will bo held in  St. Saviour's church on Wednesday,  May'30th, when the basis of agreement for tho creation of the now  diocese and the organizing of the  synod will be ratified, and such  other business transacted as may  properly come before the primary  synod of the diocese.  It is generally understood that-  Nelson will be made the cathedral  town of tiie" new diocese, its only  formidable rival being Rossland.  Nelson has advantages as a central  point, unequalled by any o'h'r city,  in the diocese, which will no doubt  weigh with the clergy and lay delegates who meet here-next month.  The summons for the meeting appears in the following:  Whereas the synod of New Westminster at the last session by unan- ,  imous vote resolved to divide the  diocese and formulated a  basis of  agreement  for   such division and ,  whereas by such resolution, it was '  decided to erect that part of - the '  diocese of New. Westminster lying -  east of 120th meridian into a new)  diocese to be known as the diocese ~|  of Kootenay.  And Whereas provision is made-;|  in clause 4 of such resolution "that  it shall be ratified at a meeting "of'  the clergy  andt especially elected  lay delegates of the diocese of Kootenay,-elected according to the rules.  of the diocese of New Westminster  duly summoned by the bishop for  that purpose."  Now Therefore  in  pursuance  of  such provision, AVe  do summon a'  meeting of licensed clergy in the  diocese of Kootenay' and' lay delegates elected as above iu the church "  of St. Saviour, Nelson, B. C, at 10  a. m,   on   Wednesday,  May 30th,  1900, for the purpose of ratifying  the said basis of agreement, organizing  the " synod   aud transacting ,  such business a3 may properly come,  before the primary synod of the  diocese.  Given under our  hand at our See  House, New Westminster, this 27th  day of March, A. D. 1000, and. in  the fifth year of our consecration.  (Signed)   ' , '    *      '    '  Jons, New Westminster,  Exercising   jurisdiction   in   and  over the Diocese of Kootenay.  Kumors of Martin's Dismissal.  Victoria, April 2.- [Special to  The Tribune.]-���Rumor today gave  a wide circulation to the report that  Martin had been dismissed, but the  premier says that there is no  trouble on hand. Governor Mclnnes is credited with saying ut  Vancouver yesterday that Martin  was the only member of the legislature on whom he could have  called, that he did not regret his  choice, and believed Martin would  carry the country. Late tonight  the report of trouble between Martin and th�� governor is again current, but no confirmation can be  obtained, aud the government house  refers- inquiries to Martin.  Business Booming.  The auctioneer's business seems  to be booming iii Xelson just now,  and C. A. Waterman & Co. are advertising no less than four auction  sales. Charles A. Waterman understands his business and will  ali/.e good prices for his clients.  re-  ftussia Gets It.  Yokohama, April 2.--It is reported that the government of  Korea has granted the Rus'siau demands for ground within the settlement of Miraunpho,  Sampler for Greenwood.  Greenwood, April 2.���R. L.  Armitt of Cripple Creek, owner of  the XcNon Sampling Works, is here  arranging to put in similar sampling works.  Canadian Wounded Doins Well.    '  /Toronto, April 2.���The Globe's  correspondent A\ith the iirst contingent at Bloemfontein cables as  follows: "The Canadians are still  here. The'health of the regiment  is" generally good. The men. who  were left at Belmont when the advance began are being transferred  to this place. Reports from the  hospitals indicate that the wouudod.  .are making good progress and are  all out of danger. The correspondent says twenty-two of the contini  gent have sailed for Xetlcy hospital since February 27th.      '  Beciprocity Arrangement.  Romm, April 1.���The treaties committee of the Italian chamber of  deputies has approved the reciprocity arrangement under the third  section of the Dingley Act signed  Inrit February in Washington by  baron Fava, tho Italian ambassador,  and Mr. John A. Kasson, special  plenipotentiary for the United  States.  Stolen by the Coachman.  Phii.adixi'Hia, April 2.���-Diamonds, jewelry and money to the  value of $10,000 were stolon today  from the residence of Charles W.  Smith at Gcrniantown, a suburb of  this eity, and suspicion rests upon  -Edward Braunin, Mr. Smith's  coachman, who is missing. Tho  stolen property belonged to Mrs.  Smith.   ���   No Quorum.  Last night the only members of  the council in attendance at the  regular meeting hour were mayor  Houston and aldermen Irvine and  Morrison. After waiting a quarter  of -an hour, the meeting was adjourned, on motion of alderman  Irvine, until S o'clock Wednesday  night.          Boer War Eeports,  Pkktohiy, April, 1.���Cannonading was again heaid in tho direction of Brandfort on Saturday, and  it is reported that very heavy  fighting occurred ou Saturday  round Mafeking. It is added that  colonel Plumer's relief column was  compelled to retire with loss. No  details have been received. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C TUESDAY, APRIL 3  1900  NEW DRY GOODS STORE  TODAY-TUESDAY  Specials in Muslins, Prints, Fmdroideries, Laces, Handkerchiefs and  Notions.    Something very special in Lace Curtains and Chenille Goods  Our Motto:    Good Goods, Cash, and One Price.  P. S.    Millinery Opening Tuesday, 5th.  MADDEN BLOCK,  BAKER STREET.  KERR & CO.  CURTAINS I  The curtain department of the store is one to  which we have given particular attention. Our buying was done before the advance in prices took effect,  so you can expect some very special values. We  would like to have you inspect our stock while it is  complete.  = Nottingham Lace Curtains 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50,  $2, $2.25, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $5, $6, $7.50, $8.50  and $10.00.  See our special at $1.25, 3 1-2 yards long and 50  inches wide, with the new lock-stitched edge.  Chenille and Tapestry Curtains at $4, $4.50, $5,  $6.50, $7.50 and $10.  Our $6.50 Tapestry in Cardinal, Blue, Green or  Terra Cotta is an extra special.  MARTIN O'REILLY&CO  ^ HOUSTON BLOCK, BAKER STRISKT. NELSON.  English Briar Pipes  have to abide by the decision of  the majority or bolt. If they bolt,  they cannot expect the men from  whom they bolted to help them  fight the Liberal battle at the next  general election for the Dominion  house. The convention at Vancouver was a part of Martin's plan  of campaign, and by taking notice  of it, the Liberals who are opposed  to Martin have simply fallen into  the trap prepared for them by wily  Joseph. The Vancouver convention will declare for a party-line  fight and name Martin as the  leader of the Liberal party in British Columbia. And "Joe" will get  the money to run the campaign  from the Dunsmuirs.  w.  A. THURMAN  Tobacconist.  Our New Store  EVERY THING   NOW   IN   TIP-TOP   SHAPE  We are Offering Exceptional Bargains in Every Department this week. .        '    '  Men's,  Boyn- and  Ohildreu.%', Clothing,  Furnishings, Hats, and  Shoes  Special attention is called to our large assortment.  BROWN   &   OO.  Small Profit Prices. 269   BAKER   STREET.  Tiik ymir mine, which is situate  near the little town  oi" 'Ymir, was  turned   over   to    the   lrmir   Gold  Mines,   Limited,   i'or   -CM)I),90S,   or  within a few dollars of one million  '.   dollars.        From   the   1st  day   of  r    March,  180S,  till  the 31st  day  of  December, 3$99, the grobs proceeds  of   the   ore   treated  amounted to  ��13,450 Is Id, or a little over ��200,-  000/   From the 20th day of August,  18U8, till the :51st day of December,  1809, the total  expenses   of operating the mine and mill, together  with  all   the  expenses, inclined in  tho offices of the company in  London and Nelson, together  with the  Bums written oil' for depreciation of  "plant, etc.,  amounted  to  .��23,(578,-  10s  Od, or a   little over  $100,000.  The profits  ��20,030   18s Od, is as  much as tho mine had cost the promoters the day they turned it over  to the company fora million dollars, and somebody made a profit of  nine hundred  thousand dollars  oa  the deal.   There is one plank in Mr. Cotton's   platform   that  should  meet  with the approval of every elector  who would like to see the province  developed through the building of  railways without the aid of subsidies in laud and money.    The plank  is as follows:    "Under the present  " system of granting  charters  by  " legislature we impose many need-  " less obstacles and delays  iu   the J  " way of the investment of money  " in railways.    We should not take  " as our models i n such a  matter  " old and thickly settled countries,  " but those similar to this province.  " lu the western states of tho union  tr we find it is as easy to incorporate  " a railway as it is here to incorpo-  " rate a company for any commer-  " cial purpose. I would, therefore,  " propose to follow their example  " and initiate" ?i"poltcy "of "'Free  " Tiade in Railways/ That policy  " has largely extended railway mile-  " age to the south of us; it will do  " the same here. Lot a General  "���' Railway Act be passed authori/.-  " ing any company on complying  " with certain icgulations to have  " power to build a raihvay,"  Auvioics from  London are  that  the large shareholders  in  tho Hall  Mines, Limited, have decided to reorganize the company on the basis  of one share in the old company i'or  one share plus five shillings in the  new compauy.    This will give the  new    company    somewhere    near  $375,000 with wliich to pay off the  outstanding    indebtedne.ss   of   all  kinds and provide working capital  to do necessary development work.  The   shareholders   known   as   the  "Scotch crowd" are now in control.  It is not unlikely that the mine aud  smelter will be in opera! ion by July  J st.     People who should know, say  the property i.s equal to any property in Rossland, and that if managed as a mine and smelter should  be, it would be a  regular dividend  payer.   not  Now  that  the  labor   trouble  is  settled as far as the Nelson and  Slocan   mines   are   concerned,  the  eight-hour law can be given a fair  /test..   That  is all  that  those  who  favor it ask.    If after a fair, test, at  the  present   rate   of   wages, it  is  found to work to the  disadvantage  of the country, then the wages can  either be readjusted or the law re-  . pealed.    The clamor for  its, repeal  now. is based on prejudice and gross  ignorance  intermingled with party  politics.    Prejudice, ignorance, and  politics is the platform of  the  old  Turner crowd, who are scheming a  return to power through  a  party-  line fight.  More Dukes Wanted.  The king of Saxony, lately, when  the American minister to Italy was  presented    to    him,     broke    first  vehemently :    "Ach, Himmel! Mem  Herr!    Haf American Avifes no husbands at all ? They come in dot/.ens  to mein court.     Efery one must be  presented, efery one must be asked  to a state dinner.     Efery one must  go into dinner mit a duke !     I  haf  not dukes  enough to  go around!  What kind of wifes  arc  they ?   I  would like to know."    So flagrant  is   the   scandal  of   our   swarming  mateless women iu Europe that even  queen    Margherita,     most    good-  humored of   sovereigns,  has  been  forced to draw in the  lax lines  of  her court.    No married  American  woman can be presented iioav at the  Qniiiual unless accompanied by her  husband. ��� Apiil    Ladies'    Home  Journal.',  Tupper on the Liberals.  QuEiuzu, April 2.���Sir Charles  Tupper was banquetted by the  local Conservatives at the Garrison  Club here on Saturday night. The  Conservative leader _mapped out  the political program of the party  in a speech of considerable length.  The event, however, wa& in no  sense a public one, there being'  -present only about fifty of his supporters. Tile general policy of the  government regarding preferential  trade aud Imperialism was criticised, as well as the failure to carry  out the fast'Atlantic service, the  purchase of the Diummond county  railway, etc.  Wdson^ay^  COMPANY,  **���<��!'**'  r^'^,^'^'^'��S'^^S'^'i5^S-'iS*>^'^''^t  iif  ilf  ilf  ilf  ilf  ilf  ilf  ilf  xlf  ilf  ilf  36   Baker   Street  ilf  Hf  OPENING  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4th  iti  iti  iti  xti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  Xti  iti  Xti  xti  Xti  iti  Xti  Xti  Xti  xti  We will hold our annual Spring and Easter opening- on the above date, when  we will display one of the finest stocks of Dry Goods, Millinery, Carpets, and  fancy up-to-date novelties ever shown, in the west.  xti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  & GO.  ���^'^���^���iS'^'^'^i'i&'^'S'^'i&'^'^'^'^'^'S        ^"ZZ"^"^ '**' ^ '** '*����� '**-** ���**-**'**'**-00>-0* V-fe^  '0^^^^~'0*'fi*'0*'0*'**0*>'0*'0*'0"-**''**'0*'        ^���^���^���^���^^���^���^���^���^���^���^���^���^S^^���C-  xti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  Hr  Hi  Now is the Time  to replace that  Shabby Awning  Place your order with  . THEO.   MADSON  Tents,  Awnings,  and  all-kinds  of Canvas  Goods  ;   Manufactured to Order  ���  BAKER   STREET, .NELSON.  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  RSH AND POULTRY IN SEASON     ,  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  Baker Street, Nelson  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  The Latest Wall Papers  ~  BORDERS AND'MOULDINGS  S INCORPORATED 1670,  ; After looking ali over town, and  getting prices on Carpets and Linoleums, come to us, We can suit  you.  Rllg!  American /\xniinsiers, $25 to $30  English Axminsters and Wiltons, ail  sizes'  English Brussels and Velvets, $9 io  $30  Wc arc now opening up the largest stock of  v.ill TUipcrti. lioidemand mouldingsevcrreeen ed  In Nelson, Wc purchased direct from the Monti cal impoi toi s, and have therefore the latest designs nnd closest prices. Special quoUitionslo the  tiade.  F. J. Bradley & Oo.  1'AI.V'IMtS AN*l> nKCOKA'IOIH  Coiner Victoiia and Josophino Streets, Nelson.  W. Starmer Stt\\th & Oo.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Ofllco Ward Street Opposite Opera Uonso  Garden _  Seeds  Canada Drug & Book Oo.  We are ready for your gardening. Fresh seeds in bulk, both  Vegetable and Flower Seeds, also  Lawn Grass and White Clover.  arfee  Headquarters ���  for all kinds of  Fresh and Cured  Meats.  are  Tub Liberals of Nelson  ���sure where they are at, They  have declared themselves opposed  to ii party-line /iffht, and to "Joe"  Martin as leader. If they go into  the   convention   they   will   either  Smyrna, $1.25 to $4  Axnjinster, $1,25 to $5  Wilton, $6 to $10  In ail sizes.  All cirpcts nude nnd laid In a voilvliunliUe  milliner, rice of charge.  Hudson's Bay Stores  TELKPHONJE 13  A feature will be made of the poultry and  jcaiiie trade. They will always he on hand during their season.  J. L,  PORTER, Prop.  1G9 Josophino St. between Baker and Vernon.  Telephone 15!).  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  NELSON, B. O.  Coffee roasters and dealers in Tea and Coffee.  Offer fresh roasted coffee of bosb quality as  follows:  Java and Arabian Mocha, por pound......$   40  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds , 1 00  Fine Santos, i pounda  100  fantoa Blend, 5 pounds  1 00  Our Special Blend, 6 pounda  1 00  Our Rio Roast, 6 pounda......  1 00  A trial order solicited.  Salesroom 2 doors cast  ot Oddfellows block. West Baker street.  Prices same as Eastern Catalogues  oada Drag & Book Go.  The Nelson  Saw and Planing  Mills, Limited.  Are prepared to furnish by rail, barge or teams  ���i  Dimension Lumber, Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Local and Coast Ceiling, Local and  Coast Flooring, Double Dressed Coast Cedar,  Rustic, Shiplap, 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  The Nelson  Saw and Planin  NKLSON  _A__   JUIDTSTJEJ.A-.rX.  Contracting Painters, Dcooiators, Papcrhangcrs.  Full line of wall paper, mouldings, oto, Kalso-  nuning and Tinting. Strictly ilist-class work.  Kvinuitcs furnished.  Residence Mill Street,   MET QfbW    R    F.  Opposite School House   A^filjOUM,  JO. V��  T  GREAT REDUCTION  Office and Mills corner Hall and Front Streota, Nelson  ement, Fipe Bricks,  Fire Clay,-American Cumberland Coal [Blacksmiths]  B. P. EITHBT & CO., UL, Vietopia  Special quotations given for carload lota  A. 11. CUtAY, P. O. Sox 521. Nelson, B. C.  Kootenay Agent  W. P. DICKSON  H, H. H. APPLHWHAITia  J. McPHEH  Haid Coal  Anthracite  TELEPHONE  S3  $9.65jg���r"sNest  DELIVERED  $6.15  0. W. West & Go.  Lethbridge Gait Goal  The best value tor the money in the maikoS j  for ali purposes. *  ��'  ELECTRIG SUPPLIES  TERMS CASH  Telephone 147.  W. P. TnsRNET, Gtenenil Agenfc  Office with C.��. 3. Christie,  i  Complete Blectrlo Equipments for HJlectrio Power Transmission ana Wghtlng for  mines, Towns Electric Fixtures, Xitunps, Bella. Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  F. O. Box 606. Josephine Street. Nelson, B. O.  Fred J. Squire, Merchant Tailor  FULL LINES OF WINTER AND SFHINfi SUITINGS  WEST BAKKB STRKSr�� NKLSON OPPOSITE SH/TOR KSSQ HOTEI. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B.C., TUESDAY, APRIL  1900  BANK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, nil paid up..$12,000,000  REST     6.000,000  Ijonl Strathcona and Mount Royal ...Presidcn  lion. George A. Druiimioiid Vicc-I'rusidon  H, Clouston General Manage  NKLSOX HRANCH  Corner Baker and Kootenay Streets.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  llrcuichcs in Loxnox (England) Nkw York,  Chicago, and all the principal cities in Canuda.  Huy and sell Sterling  Transfers.  Grant   Commercial   and   Travelers'  available in any part ot tho world.  Drafts Issued, Collections jMiulc, Etc.  Exchange and Cablo  Credits,  j Saving's Bank Branch  '. RUIiKK.VT HATB OK IXTKKKST PAID.  j  ==  ! ONE   OF   THE   FAMILY.  , ���������^~  j l.owislon E\ening .lourna'.  V:/xy married a woman with tho  iinost tarnation tongue yon over lis-  jtened to. Scorcher, thai tongue  ;wa.s! "When slie hail occasion to  rebuke E/.ry the tongue would take  varnish off the furniture.  As ti result of his treatment at  ionic K'/.ry was inclined to spend  overmuch of his time tit the tavern.  lie drank other things there beside  cold water. And when he would  ,start for home he was in that blissful condition where he didn't care  whether school kept or not. Iu  that condition he wa? in some measure prepared to meet his gentle  chatelaine.  j   One night his Avife  sent  her bro-  jther out to "play ghost" and  scare  -���the   drunkard   into   reform.     The  ���{ghost was expected to say iu sepul-  lehral  tones  that  unless  E/.ry   re-  [MOYIE    LOTS  FOR   SALE.  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  formed he would be taken iuto hell  for sure when he passed over.  Ezry came up the road���across  the road, too���and he was trolling  ono of the lusty old songs of Revolutionary days. He was halted by  a sheeted figure.  "D'ev'nin'," said E/.ry cheerfully.  "Listen to your doom," solemnly  and in deep tones quoth the spectre.  "Zhas all ri', " replied Essry, "le'r  go."  "I'm a spirit."  "Glad to hear 'fc, ol' f'ler, glad to  hear 't. Uoo' sp't. I suppose? If  you're good sp't I mus' stan' clover  wi/. you. I'm a pretty goo' f'ler, I  am."  "I am tho spirit of evil," boomed  the spook.  '���Sp' evil! Don' shay so. Wal,  p'rhaps vou're the Devil himself."  o "Jam."  "Pu' 'er there, ol' boy, pu' 'er  there. Come up I' liou.se. Zhe'U  be gla' to shee  ye,  that zhe  will.  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,500,000  82,391,863  $1,554,710  I). R. Wilkie, General Managor.  E. Hay, Inspector. ���  Xelson Uranch���Bnrn.s Block, 221 Raker Street  J. M. LAY, Manager.  S'pose ye known of course that I'm  married to yer sister Nancy."  The Frendergast Case.  Montreal, April 2.���The coroner's jury's verdict in  the Prender-  gast case is death due to natural?  causes.  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring'  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  Ilf WIIAT yOU WANT IS NOT IN STOCK  WE WILL MAKE IT FOK YOU  CALL AND GET PRICES.  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  J. A. Sayward  HATX AND LAKE S1KKETS, NELSON  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  Successors to  J. A. DEWAR & CO.  'Lot  I'Lot  .'Lot  '.'Lot  9  9  11  7  Block  Block 5  Block 6   I  Block 7 J  1 ) Cash Offer  3 i       Fop  All Four  E. J. Robie  FASHIONABLE  TAILOB  Workmanship and  quality of goods tlje  best obtainable  Opposite Silver King Hotel, Baker street, Nolson  CUT PRICES IS THE  ORDER OF THE DAY  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  A. R. SHERWOOD  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  First door west  of Bank of British  " Columbia building.  Baker Street  ADDRESS  W. F. Teetzel, Nelson.  ITENDERS  FOR   REAL  WANTED  ESTATE.  Tcndcra will bo iccetved by tlio undersigned  [until 12 o'clock noon on ilondaj, A pi'12nd, ISKX)  for Km following described real csf.ile in Ncliori.  IiOtsTamlS.'nd Lot:-15iiild 10 in Block  10, to-  ���jjillier with the improvements thcicou, consist-  1 i ig of theSihor King Iiotel and a one-story residence.  Teuns cash.   The highest or ally tender not  nofcssimly .iicaptcil.  CAUOMXK TJliajIJ*.  -  Administratrix esLitoof Johh Johnsioii, deceased.  Nelson, II. C. M.ircli 2nd. I'm.  And I want to bo in It. I have just received  Fall samples of Suitings and Overcoatings, representing a $50,000 stock to choose from made to  your order at prices never before heard of in Nelson.  All tho latest fads in Fancy Vestings for  Fall and winter,  Ladies' tailori  Lowost pricos,  Ladies' tailoring in all its branches a specialty.  t 1 ���.������.-    Rooma i and nt Hillyer block.  CLEANING  AND  REPAIRING  STEVENS, The Tailor  Fine Tailoring  YOUR OWN GOODS MA'DB UP  OLD CLOTHES MADE GOOD AS NEW  ARTHUR1 GEE  Opposiio Clarko Hotel.   MERCHANT TAILOR I  Charles D. J. Christie  GENERAL BROKER  4 doors west of Dominion Express oflicc.  P. O. Box 523.   Phones: Office 117, House 1.52  FOR RENT  One 3-Rooni House and one 5-Rooni House.  FOR SALE  Thrco Lots on Baker stroet.  A Brick Block.  Houses and Lots in all parts of the city.  Loans and insurance promptly attended to.  J. E. ANNABLE  GENERAL BROKER  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lunjber Always in  StocK-  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finnish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Three dwelling houses for sale on easy terms.  * Ono lot on Stanley street, opposite Royal  hotel, for sale ataTsargain.  Ono seven-roomed house and one three-room  house ^for rent.  See ANNABLE  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  G. 0. Buchanan's  A large stock of flrst-clasa dry material on  band, also a full line of saah; doors, mouldings,  turned work, etc.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard:  Foot of Hendryz street. Nelson  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  25  CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  25 CENTS TO ?1  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heat-  ea with Hot Air.  Largo comfortable bedrooms and  first-class  dining-room. Samplo rooms for commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  Hf|rs. E. 0. GlarKe, Prop.  LATE OV THE ROYAL HOTEI,, CALGARY  Waverly Hotel  This popular hotel which is now being  cnl.ugcd and icnoMited, will be icopened  on March 1st, when it -w ill have 10 largo,  nicely furnished and woll lighted rooms,  heated with hot air. Special attention  will be given to the dining room.  RATES REASONABLE.  C. A. PROSSER, MANAGER  A Big Schooner  OF  BEER OR  HALF-AND-HALF  IVjadden House  Baker and Ward  Streets, Nelson  The only hotel In Nelson that has remained  under one management since 1890.  The bod-rooms are 'well furnished and lighted  by electricity.  The bar Is always stocked by the best dom a-  tlo and imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor,  B. C. HOTEL   erie, b. c.  St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NELSON. B. C.  A boarding and day school conducted by the  Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace. It is situated at  tho corner of Mill and Josephine streets in one of  the best residential portions of Nelson, and is  easily accessible from all parts of the city.  The course of study includes the fundamental  and higher branches of thorough English education: Business course���bookkeeping, stenography and typewriting. Science course���music:  vocal and Instrumental, drawing, etc. Plain art  and nocdlowork, etc.  For terms and particulars apply to tho Sister  Superior.  First-class in every respect Choicest wines,  liquors and cigars. Every comfort for transient  aud resident guests.  HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MEN.  JOSEPH CAMPBELL, Proprietor.  THORPE&C  fyma&iMi  smmzm  DRINKS  Vernon Street, Nelson.  SMOKE  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  UNION MADE  l^ootenay Cigar Mfg. Go.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA  rTreisterer & CO-  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OF  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  ALWAYS  FRESH  10c  ALWAYS  COOL  The best glass of beer to be had in Nelson is at  " ,  THE CLUB HOTEL  Telephone m   JoF|l1 Rae, Agent   g^��^0gd E. J. CURRAN, Prop,  Prompt and regular  delivery to the trade  Brewery aiiNelson  Nelson   Wine   Oo.  CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS  Special attention given to family trade  Baker street, ,      FRANK   A,   TAMBLYN  Nelson, B. C. MANAGER '  .Notice of Application for License.  1 hereby give notice that 1 Intend to apply to  the Bodri;! of Licensing Commissioners of the  City of Nelson nt its ne\t meeting for an hotel  license for the promises situate upon lot 21, block  (18 (northeast cornor of Vernon and Hall streets)  08 (northeast ..���. ..^  in tho oity of Nelson  R. E. LEMON,  Removal  The Nelson Business College will take possession of its now premises, rooms Nos. li  and 7 in tho Victoria block, Josephine street,  on Wednesday, April 4lh.' Students should  register early for ihe Eastern term.  H. D.  ASHCROFT  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attendod to by 'a  first-class wheelwright. ���  Special attention given to all kinds of repairing and custom work from outside points.  Shop:   Hall St., between Baker and Vernon  GENUINE  JUTE ORE SACKS  J. T. FIFE & CO.  P. O. Box 660 NELSON  MONEY TO LOAN  AT 7 PER CENT   '  ON BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply, G. L. LENNOX, Solicitor, Nelson B. C  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Viotoria and Kootenay Streets.  P. O. Box 559. TELEPHONE NO. 05  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons, Roses, Fancy Evergreens  Magnolas, Bulbs, new crop tehtcd seeds, for .spring  planting. Largest and most complete stock in  Western Canada. Call and make j our selections  or send for catalogue. Address at tho nursery  grounds and greenhouse.  M. J. HENRY.  3000 Westminster Road. Vancouver. R. C.  NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION.  Notice is horeby given that the partnership  heretofore existing between the undersigned as  teiimsters and freighters under tlio Ilrm iiamo of  Tho Nelson Transfer Compam has this day by  mutual consent been dissoh ed.  All debts due to the e~iid firm arc to be paid to  the undersigned John T. Wilson and Kenneth A.  -  Forbes, who have assumed and will pay off all  the liabilities of the said firm.  Dated at Xelson, ii. C, this 21th day of March,  1900. ALV1M C. FLKOK.  G. H, McDOIlMAN.  K. A. FORBES.  J. T. WILSON.  Witness, P. E. Wilson, Solicitor, Nelson. B. GV  SAWMILL   FOE   SALE.  tThe sawmill and plant lately owned by Joseph  T�� Roberts,nt, Itykert!s Landing, and contesting  of a 30-horse power boiler, engine, Griftith &  Wedge top lis: sawmill, edger, planer, belting,  etc., etc., will bo sold where they now fctand.-  Appiyto -  TAYLOR & HANNINGTON. Solicitors,"  &  AUCTIONEERS  M*  l-c=p-ez>'l=2'iffi-i��3>c=>-is>-,  m  Auction Sale  Household  Furniture  m  0($l lti piP'.suiiinco with instructions received from W. A. Galliher, the under-  jjm signed will oft'erfor sale, by auction, the whole of the household efi'eets  ;lk  ancl   furnishings  contained in Mr. (Jallihor's residence on Lake street, on  $i Wednesday, April 4, at 2 p. m.  i��. " This house has been newly furnished with modern furniture of the  Wi* latest style, and the disposal of it will afford an excellent opportunity  W? of securing bargains.  #  m  Extensive Library  including tlio works of Marry at,  Sleveiibon, Carlyle, Gibbons,  Scott, Thackeray, Dickens, Lyt-  ton, and Dumas, as well as several volumes of poems and historical works, and an International encyclopedia.  Dining Room Furnishings  including handsome oak sideboard, extension table and  chairs.  C. A. WATERMAN & CO  Terms Cash  .Auctioneers  #  W  Drawing Room Furnishings ^  including Neweombe piano, up- ^  holstered chairs, wicker chairs, M  easy chairs and lounge. $��  Three Bed Room Suites        ^  and complete outfit of bed %l  linen, table linen, silver ware,  cutlery, kitchen utensils, steel  range, curtains, portieres, and  pictures, and the many nick-  nacks which go to complete  house decorations.  sgggg  ��3.l=_l_.��3.C  ���c=}.(g<��Z>'C=>.i=?-&-e=*'^-.^=  w  ^dfe  m  m  ^&'&'0-0'&'0*0'^'&'0'0'&'0'0'-&-0-0-'0-0'2>- 0-0^S^0i-0'0)-0-0^.-^j_  Auction Sale  Real Estate  wi  Hi  Hi  iti  ;#*__'   ��Zl����'��=>'f  i^m  fa To be sold, pursuant tb a judgment of, the Supreme Court ?  "fk\ of British Columbia, made in an action, .Firman vs. Maccies-  (|\ field, with the approbation of a Judge of the Supreme Court, by  (fX Mr. Charles A. Waterman, at the Auction "Rooms of Charles  W A. Waterman & Company, next door to Bank of British Col-  iii  umbia, Baker Street, Nelson, British Columbia, on the  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  ${ 11th Day of April, A. D. 1900  ��i at 2:30-o'clock in the afternoon, in separate parcels, namely  pfe Lot 3 in Block 5, and Lot 10 in Block 9, both in the City of  /f\ Nelson, according to the Official Plan.  i$\  l��i Particulars  and  conditions   of sale  may be had of Davis,  &  Marshall & Macneill, Solicitors, Vancouver, F. M. Chaldecott,  '"ffa Solicitor, Vancouver, and of Davis, Bowes & Ward, Solicitors,  ��^ Nelson, and of the Auctioneer at Nelson.  W Dated this 22nd of March, A. D. 1900.  #\ A.    E.   BECK,  (t^ District Registrar.  \kt  iti  iti  Wi  Two Auction Sales  Household Effects  w  Robt, ShielFs Sale  Mines Road  Instructions havo been received  hy tlio underfeigned from Hobort  Shiell, to ssoll the wlsole of hi?��house-  hold furniture and effects by auction, on  Friday, April 6th  at 2 p. m. sharp."  In addition to the furniture that  usually is-found in a complete house  jk. there will be ofloied a very complete  ^v. taxidermist's collection as well as  jjh-   an assortment of house plants.  | C. A. WATE  H    Terms Cash  Wi  Harry Harris' Sale  'Observatory and Ward Streets  Mr, j lurry Jlurrip, who iri leaving  for Colorado, ha<? instructed the undersigned to sell the whole of his  household furniture and elTects by  auction on '  Saturday, April 7th  at 2 p. m. shapp.  Jn addition to several very desirable articles of furniture there  Will be offered a Ileint/.man piano  and a valuable combination debk.  Goods may be inspected on the day  of sale.  #  m  m  i^SS'fS-e.  &   CO. |  Auctioneers    3?  M THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON. B. C, TUESDAY APRIL 3 1900  Rubber Gloves  FOR WOMEN AND MEN  The proper thing for spring house-  cleaning and gardening  Furniture Polish  To make your Furniture look as good  as new, try our  "FRENCH FURNITURE POLISH."  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  Victoria Block, Corner Baker and Josephine Streets DRUGS AND ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES  mg  mg  Now i.s the time to get a bargain in Clothing as Ave are  giving a liberal discount on  these goods for the next few  days in order to make room  for spring goods which are arriving daily  The Nelson Clothing House  *&a  217 219 Baker Street  .   ^-0-0-  ��� 0- 0. 0, 0- 0. 0- 0. g-  w  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  itiiti,  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  ESTABLISHED   IN  For your  ���0- 0-0-0 - 0-0-0.0-0-0-0^.^  NELSON   IN  1890   $  ��� Hi  iti  Easter  Trade  No one feature about our line of  Spring Jewelry is of more importance than the fact that we  can give you the best made:  ,/��W'3*-  Jly ihe best that Unuielo, wc mean tlio highest in quality and the latent in ��t}I&  Yon ,uoaI)Milutel>'siircof hotli wl.ui jou buy of us. Von will soon be bujingjoiir  ft'pniiyaiKl Hasto-indents, if you have bought, from ii-. befoie >ou can bu absolutely  <u<e thai you ire making tho bebt bill'with jour money. lt\ worth something to bo  sure, but we charge nothing ctlra for this iurctj. On theeontraiy itcp��Uyou less for  t he .siiiety that goes with our goods than the nohow thiitmaj come fron'i purchasing  elsewhere. Perliap1? you do not know how popular wo are w ith our customers.  wlicn j ou 'want to m.ike sine of quality and good treatment.  Try us  JACOB DOVER, The Jeweler  swelry and Wateh Repairing Guaranteed.  ail ojders reeeive eareful and prompt attention!  '*~-0<0-0-0'0"S'-0-0-0--0>-0       ^���^���^.^sr.^.^.^'^-sr.ss^s*  iSf.  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  Great  Clearing  Sale.-���-  m $12,000   Stock   of  Dry   Goods  �� Selling at Wholesale Cost  f___ ' .i   2 We have received a' large consignment of  Jg Underskirts v/hich are Exceptional Values.  '___ Fancy Percale Underskirts at 75c  *U Black Sateen Underskirts at $1,25 and $1.50  ww Fancy* Colored   Mercerised   Sateen   Underskirt (floun-  $�� '                    ced) at $2.15 and $2.75  m Fancy Colored Silk Underskirts at $3.25  2 New Shirt Waists at 50  and 75c                  -    -  JSJ Black Sateen Shirt Waists at $1  __* Fancy Colored Mercerised Sateen Shirt Waists at $1.75  $ _ '  m See our new Sailor Hats at 40 and 60 cents  KLMOT BLOCK  DAKKU STKKKT  ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THE CELEBRATED  The Best that Money can Buy.      Take no Other,  ^tuiii/ncliiicdlo Iho liiuckin.ui ICer .Milling Co . Ltd.  Victoria, Vancouver, H'ostijmijU'r, Edmonton, Itoisland. Xelson.  Tfye Daily Tribune Gosts $5 a year by mail J ^i^'l  CITY LOCAL NEWS  The seat plan for the Whalley  amateur theatrical performance at  the opera house can be seen at the  Canada Book Sc Drug Company's  store in the Opera House block  today. Scats are 50 cents, 75 ceuts  and $1.  The Yellowstone Mining Company are asking for sealed tenders  to nm 1000 feet of tunnel at the  Yellowstone mine, 12 miles from  Salmo station on the Nelson & Port  Sheppard railway. See the advertisement in another column.  Vj A. It. Barrow, P. L.  S., has  com-.  ^pleted thn survey of the new ranges  for the Nelson Rifle Association,  and the work of clearing away the  underbrush, etc., is almost finished,  so that the range is ready for use  as soon as the target is placed in  position and the butts erected.  Practice can be had at every range  from 100 to 1000 yards, thej latter  distance being available from a butt  several feet high. The Nelson  Rifles will use the range extensively, one of the features of this  year's program for drill being practice in skirmishing with volleys, this  branch of military .work having  proved particularly valuable in the  South African campaign. The intention of the militia officers is to  devote more time to real practical  work and less to ceremonial drill  than is usually the case iu the  militia.  |\y Mr. Justice Martin has handed  down a judgment in the case of  Grutchfield vs. Harbottle, an action  of .peculiar interest to prospectors  and mining men. The defendant  had purchased the May Day and  Equaliser claims from W. T.  Beadles of Salmo, and, subsequent  to the sale but before it was recorded, Mr. Beadles' miner's license  ran out. In the meantime the  plaintiff restaked the claims, and  justice Martin's decision ���confirms  him in his possession of them. Galliher & Wilson appeared i'or the  plaintiff and Taylor tt 'Hannington  for the defendant.  A quiet wedding took place yesterday afternoon at the resilience  of Mrs. S. IS. Hodson, when Carver'1  Lawrence was united in the bonds  of matrimony to Hannah Onion by  Rev. John ' Robson, pastor of the  Methodist church. The groom is  section foreman on the C. P. P. and  has recently been transferred to  the main line. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence will leave shortly for their  new home.  In refcriing to the double funeral on Sunday Tiik Thihune omitted to state that the members of  the Young Canadian CJub, of which  the late Harry A. Gervan was a  member, joined in the procession  and laid a wreath of flowers on the  casket.   The auction sale of W. A. Galli-  her's household effects takes place  at the residence ou Lake street tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.  The goods will be on exhibition tomorrow morning from 9 o'clock up  till the hour of sale. As the house  was lately furnished with up-to-  dtite furniture the Pale will present  a good opportunity.  Tax collector MacGregor is having lots of fun in the, task of collecting road tax from the Chinese  residents) of the city. The celestials have become imbued with Lhe  notion that by declaring themselves  lo bo under 20 or over 50 they can  stand the collector off. The result  is that ti large per ceutage of them  solemnly announce, "Me not twenty-  one, me pay next year," or "Me  fifty-two, no pay taxes." Of course  the bluff doesn't go, and in a couple  of days MacGregor has looked 25  of the Chinatown citizens.  Mr/justice Martin has issued his  judgment in the Jones vs Davenport, an action tried at the recent  sittings of the supreme court in  Nelson to collect the amount of a  judgment given by a Minnesota  court. The action is dismissed  with costs. Kaslo solicitors appeared in the case.  The force of men now engaged on  the Balfour extension is- over the  900 mark. By the end of this month  engineer Procter estimates that four  miles of grade at the Balfour end  and two miles this side of Nine-mile  be completed. Tho slip  odor  will   take   fully   two  months yet to finish. Considering  the number of men employed, the  work has been extremely free of  accidents. The hospital is practically emptj1-, and all the cases  treated to date have been of a comparatively trifling nature.  The summer schedule went into  force at the Central school yesterday, lu future classes -will commence at 9 o'clock in the morning  and continue with the usual intermission for recess and lunch until  3:30 ii.ni. During the winter school  opened at 9:30 a.m. and closed at 3  o'clock.  Captain Gore, commodore of the  Kootenay & Slocan fleet, went to  the Boundary yesterday, and will  return toward the end of the week.  Ib was decided to continue the  efforts to raise the sunken barge,  stronger tackle being procured for  future attempts.  A marriage dicense was issued  yesterday to Michael McBean of  Phoenix and Miss Frances Mary  Beecroft of Flesherton, Ontario.  The parties went to Greenwood  where they-��� were married last  night.  The March run of the Granite 20-  stamp mill was a very satisfactory  one, over 10 tons of high grade ore  passing through the batteries. The  value of the gold bricks obtained at  the cleanup has not been made  public.  A gang of men are at work near  the location of the coal bunkers in  the C. P. R. yards clearing the  ground for a mammoth platform on  which a very large supply of coal is  to be stored. The compauy is  taking the run of the mines, and as  the demand is light, arrangements  are being made to store..the supply  at various points, Nelson being on  the list. A pile Avill be made in the  C. P. It. yards 12 feet in height  and nearly an acre in extent, containing over 3000 tons. This is  quite exclusive of the 050 tons  stored in the bunkers for the use of  the locomotives operating out of  Nelson.  A son was born to Mrs. S. S. Taylor at her residence on Carbonate  street yesterday morning at 10  o'clock. Mother and child aro doing well.  The ten delegates to the Vancouver Liberal convention will leave  this evening via Revelstoke. They  will vote as a unit on all questions.'  R. B. Porter, who is building the  big C. P. R. slip at Procter, returui-d  last night from Grand Forks.' His  firm, Porter Brothers, is" building  the big " smelter dam at Grand  Forks, and a "rumor was circulated  recently that Avork would be suspended owing to high 'water. Mr.  Porter gives the rumor an unqualified denial and remarks that tho  dam is sufficiently far advanced to  bo beyond the roach of high water.  The firm has 60 men on the job.  Mr. Porter goes to Procter today  to look after tho slip there.  John Pinchbeck of Slocan City  has been in Nelson for several days.  He left last night for Halifax from  where lie sails on the IIth instant  for Liverpool.  Herbert Wilson came down from  ihe Birdseye mine yesterday and  reports that the winze is now down  42 feet. When the 50-foot level is  reached, it is tho intention to drift  in four directions, the winze being  sunk at the intersection of two  .veins .   Fred and Bob Beer had a narrow  escape in the rapids the other day.  Their craft, a sail boat, was drawn  into the current and lodgSd on a  rock, throwing both mariners into  the river. After a couple of hours'  work they managed to get the boat  into quiet water and towed her up  stream to a point where thoy could  navigate.  Dr. McLennan, who has been in  charge of the isolation hospital for  the past seven weeks, completed  his duties there yesterday and camo  down last night, a day earlier thau  Jmd been anticipated. lie states  that Clayton's case was most char-  ESTABLISHED 1892  H.   BYERS   &  HARDWARE  CO.  ~r  ESTABLISHED 18921  Garden, Mill,  Steam  Hose.  and  Suction  Crucible   Cast  Steel   Wire  Rope  5-16 to  1-in. in  stock.  Leather and  Rubber Belting.  Sheet, Square and Round Rubber  Flax and Garlock Packing  Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Rails  Black and Galvanized Sheet Irori'j  Soft Steel Plates  1-8, 3-16 and 1-4 x 72, 96 and  120]  Agents���Trimx Oru Curs, Giant Powder, nnd Mot- j  rupolitnii l''us<\ etc.  H. BYERS & CO.  NKLSON  KASLO  SANDON  acteristic and that ho will carry  several prominent marks of the  disease. During his stay on tho  hill Dr. McLennan made a close  study of Clayton's case aud the results of his observation when divulged will bo of an interesting  nature to the profession and the  public generally. He will open his  new office,. in the Madden block  today. "    ���' ,___  "���     HOTEL   ARBIVALS.  At .tiik Phair.���Bruce White  and wife, Nelson; J. E. Garvin,  Granite mill; David G. Browne,  Great Falls, Montana; C. Plummer  Hill, Port Hill, Idaho; Nurse Fahey,  Winnipeg; R. B. Porter, Grand  Forks; G. T. Polly, Vancouver.  At the Grand Central,.���J. E.  Kevin, Greenwood; A. J. Macdonald,  Procter; K. Douglas, Vancouver;  W. E. Seer, Kaslo: J. L. Chase,  Procter; E. Pecord, Ymir; G. S.  Riviugton, Greenwood; J. C. King-  horn, Nakusp; Louis Bourne, St.  Paul.  At;.ti-ib Hume.���J. W. Forbes,  San Francisco; P. A. McLennan,  city; F. E. Morrison, city; Jessie  Pallifrean, Minneapolis; W. P.  Acton, Medicine Hat; E. P. Bur-  well, Winnipeg; E. L. Becker, Medicine Hat; L. C. Stewart, Medicine  Hat; John A. McKenzie, Medicine  Hat; G. Erickson, Cranbrook; J. F.  Rose and wife, Creston; G. M.  Brown, Spokane; D. Garvin, junior,  Vancouver; J. S. McLean, Rossland.  At the Queen's.���A. D: Smith,  Pilot Bay; E. E. Geulle,T. E. Gough,  Pilot Bay; D. E. Clark, Spokane;  P. J. McCouville, Spokane; Mrs. Enfield, Rossland; A. York, Slocan  City: A. B. Dockstader, Cody; II.  W. Dcniock) Ainsworth; R, J. Long,'  Creston:' O, B. Appfeton, Kootenay,  Lake.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Mrs. Enfield will open millinery  .md (liCiMiiciluiK p.uloii in thcH.il! block, I3akr>r  stieet. on Tlmnjilaj, Apiil rJth. Unties icquir-  ing anything m the lmoot millinery or dro-jbci  should v ait and inspect my stock.  The ladies of the city have received I'tvrds from Mra>. K. McUiukIiIIii announcing her spi'ing millinery opcniilK Tnuraday. Friday and KatuuHy to inspect tho new style*, in  millinery and all novcltici of the welcome bOasOti  spring.  T. II. Roberts is. the manager of  the N0I-.011 Bsiraar, Malone & Ticgillus Wockf,  O.tt-t of the Tiemont hotel.  Spot cash paid for second-hand  goods of all kin Is .it the XcImjii Jl.uaar, Malone  STiogil! us block.  Niekerson���Watchmaker,   Baker  stieet, opposite Queens hotel.' 'IVentj'-flvc years  experience.  The household  effects of Mrs. J.  K. Mason nnd Mi.A. W, Peck for 'uile at the  ���waicioomsof (ho Velson Ilas-uar, Mnlouo Sc'Fiu-  (jillus block. Call and inspect, as tlio must be  hold before April I ">th.  Houses furnished with new and  ���iccoiid-liniKl furnilme, or miwd newand secondhand furniture, on the insUlliiiDtjt plan, b> tho  Nelson Bazaar, Malone & Tregillus block.  When your   wateh   don't   keep  time, see. Niekerson, Baker street. Satisfactory  woik or no chaises.  ���At the Nel-on-Bazaar,-Malone &r  TietfilJus block, can be found a job lot of granite  ware at ftriccilouu' than any "Cheap John" M 0:0  111 the c.i >t.  Go to the Nelson Bazaar, Malone  fcTU'yi:in�� block, for jicw and .second-hand furniture.  Hack   calls   left at  the Bodega  Saloon.   Telephone 174.  Man going to Cape Nome has con-  siffned all his household fiirmtuic to Niekerson,  Baker Ftroet, opposite Queen's hoti-I. Cull and  have a look. Blanket.'!, sheet?., table cloths, pillows, and ur<ji) thing you want, Uuods imisL be  sold at once.  Railroad Supplies  *�� ���  a      ���      ���      ���  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.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPAN  .���*0* ��� ���*'  tt/  Xti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  185   BAKER   STREET  There  are none  as  so good  Ferry's  Seeds  We carry a complete line of D. M. Ferry &  Company's Garden and Flower Seeds  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON'S  The Leading"  Grocers.. . .  iti  Hi  iti  iti  HI  \i  xi)  xi  iti  H}  iti  iti  Hi  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  iti  m  ���fi��i9i99ifiiV&fi*i9i0Kfi999      ^sr^^a^sr-sre^S^S;^  Are You Satisfied?  With the tea you are using.    If npt, try our Special  Ceylon in bulk, which for .excellence and flavor has  -no equal.   Ask for a sample.  THE  WESTERN  MERCANTILE  COMPANY,  Limited.  FAVCV ANJ) STAl'LR GKOCKUIES  BAKER STREET, NKLSON  m^m<&UrMrm  We have sold 75 per cent of all the  Portland Cement  Fipe Brick and  Fire Clay  m  We also handle  -Used In -Kootenay.  SEALED  TENDEES  will lie received 1j.v UmtuidcrtilKXi'd HP UU April  ttlli forrtriviui? 1000 feet, ��f tunnel with air dnlls  nt Uiu Y<'llottilonO mine. SpeeilloaUonh nixl  particulate can be obtained al  Uio mine, near  THIS VKI/I-OWSTOXK JUNKS, UMITKD.  Wulmo,* LI, C,  Srarch :ilsL, I'WO.  Steel mining Rails,  Blacksmith's Coal, Sewer Pipe, Etc  He     J��  m?  >m  Something8 Special in Jams  CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S  KtiMiberry, Stl'uwboiry. 1'liini, Amieot,. Hlaek Cumin!, and Jtud Currant.  in pint kI'L'au*, *-���> eents.      Telephone 10J. .     f  P. O. HQX 17(5.  HOUSTON unocic.  llluc Ilihbon Tea Always ou ITaiid.  Kiuilt Jiffg8 Kbfcivcil Daily  John \* Srvirjg & Co.  THUBSMY, FBIMY, and SATUBMT  Head Office at  NELSON, B. O,  Wholesale and Retail  'ers in Meats  Markets at Nelson, Rossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, New-  Denver, Revelstoke, 1'erguson, Grand Porks, Greenwood, Cascade City Midway, and Vancouver. <  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  9     JL XIXU1X. J. j  JOSEPHINE STREET, NELSON  That Light is Poop  GAS TITTim OUB SPECIALTY  PLUMBING OF ALL BLINDS  Victoria Street, opposite Postoffice,  LET US PUT IN CAS  %?*.  TRACHAN BRO

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