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 *������-' ���<-.  DAILY  EDITION   BY  MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH  YEAR.  SALISBURY'S   PLAIN   TALK I l_l.?.oC th�� ,bl00��* ?�� his  NELSON":  FRIDAY MORNING JULY G ]!)00  ft"  On Missionary Effort.  The full text of* lord Salisbury's  recent speech mado at the Bicentenary meeting of the society for  the propagation  of tho gospel in  foreign  parts  is  contained iu  the  most recent batch  of English exchanges, and is indeed a notable deliverance.    His lordship pointed out  that  government assistance  given  to missionary societies carried with  it certain drawbacks, and continued:  In the church of old lime great  evangelists   went    forth   to   their  work, exposed themselves to fearful  dangers,  suffered   all   the   terrors  that the world could inflict in support of )the   doctrine -which  they  preached and the  morality  whicli  t hey practised.    If- an evangelist,  with the Apostolic Boniface or Columbia, were preaching in the Middle  Ages,   ho faced the difficulties,  he  underwent    the    martyrdom,    he  braved  the  torments to which he  was exposed, and the whole of the  great moral and spiritual influence  of  his self-devotion acted without  hindrance upon the people whom he  addressed.    But, now, if a Boniface  or  Columbia  is   exposed  to   these  martyrdoms, the result is an appeal  to the consul and the mission of the  gunboat.    Unfortunately, that cannot  be helped, and though it is a  blame to nobody, though it is far,  indeed, from being a blame to our  devoted missionary, and though I  cannot admit that it is a blame to  the secular government  by whom  their fate is avenged, still it does  diminish the purely spiritual aspect  and action   of christian  teaching.  It does give a man the opiJortuuity  and temptation of attaching a different meaning to that teaching, and  to suspect it of objects which.are  far, indeed, away from the thoughts  of those  who   urge  them,   (Hear,  hear.)    They have a proverb in the  East:    "First the missionary, then  the consul, aud then the  general,"  fid that, as a matter of fact, has  vfco often been the case.    That is to  say, itjs true, and^it,,could hardly,  be "avoided",   that    those   nations  wliich are the most active in their  missionary  work are also marked  by a constant  extension  of   their  frontiers.    This caunot be avoided.  You must accept it; but do not'hide  from yourselves that it is a great  ' hindrance to your work, and that,  while secular results of this character   follow   from    the   results   of  christian teaching, a christian faith,  a christian cross does not shine upon  tho peoples of the world  with the  unblemished splendor with which it  shone in olden times.  Just look at this Chinese matter.  Have you observed that all the  people slaughtered aro christians?  Do you imagine they are slaughtered simply because the Chinese dislike their religion? There is no nation in the world so indifferent ou  tho subject of religion as the Chinese. It is because^tliey and other  nictiohT^have  got-tHe idea that  missionary work is, a mere instrument of the secular government in  order to achieve the objects it has  in view. It is a most dangerous  and terrible snare. I would not say  it is utterly unjust, that no one can  be more devoted, no one more free  from secondary motives, than the  missionaries who leave these shores.  (Cheers.)  But the fact is that it does not  diminish the reality of the danger  which arises from its suspicion���  the suspicion whose operation you  . now see in such terrible and bloodstained  characters at the" moment  that I speak to you.   And I may  attempt to point the moral, and  that is, that caution and prudence,  within the due limits of devotion  and enthusiasm, are the duties of  missionaries   in   a   foreign  land���  (hear, [hear)���who    not "only   are  preaching the gospel, but are also  representing to the. eyes of the inhabitants to whom they preach the  character and the aims of the people  from whom  they come?    It is a  high duty with  them   to temper  their   enthusiasm   with   christian  prudence. ,  Remember that in old times if an  evangelist gave himself up to martyrdom he derived the crown for  which he looked", and he did not injure the cause that he was preaching, or those whose interests he represented. But now any man who  so conducts himself that his zeal  leads to martyrdom, at least incurs  this danger���that he will expose  the lives of those to whom he has  preached, and, what is probable,  perhaps, in its material results, even  worse, that he will cause the shed-  own conn-  I trymen, of the soldiers and the sail-  | or.s���'by whom his countrymen are  defended, and he will bo forced, for  tho sake of their om'h fellow countrymen, in order to avoid similar or  even worso outrages in tho future,  to enter upon hostile and military  proceedings, so as to avenge their  death and to prevent those outrages  being   repeated.    It   is   a   terrible  dilemma.    TJiey cannot  renounce;  they cannot abandon;they cannot  even bo lukewarm iu the commission  thej1" receive.     On   tho   other  hand,  it is a  real danger  that,  if  they  do   not  observe  the   utmost  caution, they may cause the loss of  many lives, and they may attach to  the religion which  they desire to  preach the discredit of being an instrument of territorial greed, and  the weapon iu the warfare which  one secular power wages   against  another.    (Hear, hear.)   They run  the risk, not of their own lives���for  they would care little of that���but  they run   the risk   of   producing  terrible events on a gigantic scale,  because   their. position   is   closely  mixed    up   with   that   of   secular*  powers, and   because   the   secular  powers, in justice to their own subjects, cannot allow their deaths to  go unavenged.  May I say one word more in the  samo  line   upon   a   matter  which  touches us very closely, and that is  the  position   which  this   country,  and those who represent its moral  and spiritual forces, occupy- to those  great    Mohammedan    populations  which,  in  so   many  parts of   the  world, come into close connection  with our rule?   ]\Tow, I have pointed out to you how difficult it is to  persuade   other   nations  that   the  missionary is not an instrument of  the secular government.    It is, unfortunately, more difficult in the  case of the Mohammedan.   He cannot believe that those who preach  the  gospel agaiust the religion of  Mohammed are not incited thereto,  and protected therein and governed  iu their action by the secular government of England, with which he  contests.     Many   warnings   have  reached me.    These; .warnings are  always 'exaggerated,^and I do^jiot  ivttach"much-;imporfcance -to them?  But," still,  careless", action  on  the  part  of British missionaries  in a  Moharamedau country, without any  . moral fault on their part, may light  a'flame which it will be hard for  them to suppress.   And remember,  with'those Mohammedans you are  not   dealing    with men  who   are  wholly evil.    You are dealing with  men who have a religion���erroneous  in many respects, terribly mutilated in others, but a religion that has  a portion of our own embodied in  its system.    You are dealing with a  force   which a   powerful,   though  mistaken,  theism  gives to a vast  population.   You  will not convert  them ; though I do not say you will  never do so.   God knows, I hope  that is far from our feaiv''(Hear,  hear.)   But,'dealing with the events  of the moment, I think your chances  of conversion, as proved by our ex-  =perience,-=are=infinitely=fsmall-;=and=  the danger of creating great peril  and producing serious convulsions,  may be, of causing bloodshed, which  shall be a'serious and perrnanen't  obstacle to that christian religion  whicli we desire above all things to  preach���is   a   danger   which   you  must bear in  mind.   I   will  only l  urge you to remember, when the j  ous     daily   criminal     executions,  by   order of   the    viceroy,   show  his   realization   of    the     serious  condition    of    affairs,    and     his  firm intention, to prevent trouble.  He is threatened by the mob  with  assassination if he should leave the  city.    Well-to-do residents have offered Li Hung Chang five million  taels ($3,500,000) for the purpose of  organizing municipal guards in the  city.   The viceroy appreciates the  confidence   and   gratitude   of   the  people, and promises to do his ut-  .most to maintain order.   The majority of the foreign   women   and  children have left Hong Kong for  Macao.  ANTI-IMPERIAL  PLATFORM  Dewet Still at Large.  London,   July   (5.���The    cordon  round general Dewet appears still  to be wide, at least he has not yet  been   cornered.     Dispatches from  the front, except the official ones,  deal with trifles or vague probabilities.       The   Daily   Telegraph's  correspondent at Lorenzo Marquez  attempted to interview president  Kruger on July 4th, but he deputed  state secretary Reitz to talk.   The  secretary said: "We do notheed^to  discuss peace.     President Kruger  wishes through me to repeat what  he has said over and over and over  again.   The South African republic  will tight for independence as long  as 500 burghers remain alive, and  even then will continue to" fight.  Such is our decision."  Democrats in .Convention.  Kansas City, July 5.���The following are tli-) chief parts of international interest in the Democratic  platform   which.was adopted   by  acclamation: "We, the representatives of the Democratic party of  the   United   States, assembled   in  convention  ou the anniversary of  the adoption .�� the declaration of  independence, do reaffirm our faith  in that immortal proclamation of  the inalienable rights of man, and  our allegiance to 'the constitution  framed in harmeby therewith by  the   fathers    of   ;the    republican  party.    We hold jvyith  the United  States supreme .court that the declaration   of   independence  is  the  spirit of our government, of which  4mU" "j   "       '    the form and  an   annual  '���is  Criminal Leniency.'  . Brussels, July 5.���Jean Bap-  tiste Sipido, who on April 4 attempted to kill the prince of Wales,  was today found guilty of attempt  to kill and was sentenced to a reformatory until he shall, have attained his majority. The court  considers that Sipido actedrwithout  discernment.  London, July 4.���The morning  papers generally publish: editorials  commenting on the Sipido'. verdict.  The Daily Telegraph . says the result of the trial is monstrous.' .The  Daily Chronicle declares that it is  an outrage on humanity, and-the  Daily Mail characterizes it as a re:  proach" on Belgium.        '      ',-."'  TWO GREAT CANADIAN BANKS  Likely to Consolidate.  It is  reported that negotiations  are pending for the consolidation of  the Canadian Bank of Commerce,  whose head office is in Toronto, and  the   Bank   of    British    Columbia,  whose head office in Canada is in  Victoria.    The combined capital of  the two banks is over $9,000,000,  and they have branches in  every  province in Canada.    Vancouver is  tbe only place in which both banks  have branches, and if the consolidation   is made, the Bank of  Commerce branch there will probably  be closed, and the premises of the  Bank of British Columbia occupied.  iItJs,notJ��nown=what=name-will-be=  adopted   by the new bank.   It is  not likely there will be any great  change in the staff of any of the  branches in British Columbia.  the constitution  the letter.  "We declare again that all govern  ments instituted among men derive  their just powers .from the consent  of the governed,^ that any government not based upon the consent of  the governed is a tyranny, and that  to impose upon any people a government of force is to substitute the  methods of imperialism for those of  a republic.  "We hold that '.the- constitution  follows the flag: :ahd denounce the  doctrine that an "executive or con-'  gress deriving their existence aud I  their powers frora/the constitution  can exercise lawful authority beyond it, or in violittion of it.     We  assert .that iio nation can long endure a.half republic and half empire, and; we warn the American  people that-imperialism abroad will  lead   quickly .and-,inevitably,   to  despotism at home'.;, "    -  "Believing in^tliese,.fundamental  principles, we denounce the Porto  Rico law, enacted^by the republican congress, against. the protests  and opposition of $ the democratic  minority, as boldC;and..open.,viola-.  .tion' of the nation's organic, law  and a .flagrant ..breach..of ,the na-;.  tional.good.faith. j-Jt'iruposesiipou_  -_.itr_jwpi\--orirov_o^i_ieo^~gbxrern-.  ment without -their . consent, and  action without representation. It  dishonors the American people by  repudiating a solemn'pledge made  in their behalf by. the commanding  general of our army, which the  Porto Ricans welcomed to a peaceful and unresisted occupation of  their lands. It doomed to poverty  and distress a people whose helplessness appeals with-peculiar force  to'our justice and magnanimity.  "In this, the first act of its imperialist program the republican party seeks to commit the United  States to a colonial policy inconsistent with republican institutions  and condemned by the 'supreme  court in numerous decisions. We  demand the. prompt aud honest*  fulfillment of our pledge to the Cuban people and the world, that the  United States has no disposition  nor^in tenti6u~to^T-exereii��i���sover-^  eignty, jurisdiction or. control over  expenditure of many  millions, has already cost more than  any possible pro7it that could accrue from the entire Philippine  trade for years to come. Furthermore, when trade is extended at  the expense of liberty, the price is  always too high.  "We   are   not opposed to territorial expansion, when it takes in  desirable   territory   which can be  erected into'sta'tes  in the union,  and whose people are  willing and  fit to   become   American citizens.  We favor expansion by every peaceful and legitimate means, but we  are   unalterably   opposed   to    the  seizing   or   purchasing   of distant  islands to be governed outside, the  constitution, and whose people are  never to become citizens.  "We are in favor of extending  the republican influence among the  nations, but believe that influence  should be extended not by force  and violence, but through the persuasive powers of an honorable example.     The importance of other  questions now pending before the  American people, is in no wise diminished, and the Democratic party  takes no backward steps from its  position on them, but the burning  issue of imperialism, growing out  of" the Spanish war, involves the  very existence of the republic and  the destruction of our free institutions.  PRICE FIVE GENTS  "We regard it as the paramount  issue of the campaign. ��� The declar-  the Republican platform J  maintain a bi-metallic price level,  and as part of such system the immediate restoration of the free and  unlimited coinage of silver and gold  at the present legal ratio of 16 to 1  without waiting for the consent of  other nations.  "We denounce the currency bill  enacted at the last session of Congress as a step forward in the Republican policy which aims to discredit the sovereign right , of the  national government to issue   all  money, whether coin'or paper, and  to bestow on the national banks  the'power to issue and control the  volume of paper money for their  own benefit.   A permanent national  bank currency secured  by govern-  men t bon ds ni us t ha ve a perman en t  debt to rest upon, and if the bank  currency is to increase with population and business, the debt must  also   increase;.-      The   Republican  currency   scheme   is    therefore, a  scheme for fastening upon the taxpayers   a   perpetual and growing  debt.  "We are opposed to this private  corporation ��� paper, circulated as  money but without legal tender  qualities, and demand the retirement of national bank notes as fast  as this government's paper or silver  certificates can be substituted for  them.  - "We favor the immediate construction or ownership and control  of the Nicaragua canal by the  United States, and* we denounce'the  insincerity- of  the   plank - in the  TERRIBLE TALE OF BLOOD  Empress is Cunning.  London, July 0.-2:30 a.m.���The  the foreigners  story   that   all  a  ation in _ . ._ .._.  __.~  adopted at the Philadelphia con- Republican platform for an isthmian  vention held last month,, that the canal in face of the failure of the  Republican party "steadfastly ad- Republican majority to pass the  heres   to   the policy and   to   the    bill pending before congress.  'We condemn the Hay-Paunce-  Monroe doctrine," manifestly is in  sincere and deceptive.     This confession    is   contradicted   by   the  avowed policy'of that party in opposition to the spirit of the Monroe  doctrine     to     acquire   and   hold  sovereignty   over   large   areas   of  territory   and   large   numbers of  people in  the eastern hemisphere.  We insist on the strict maintenance  of- the Monroe doctrine and in all  its- integrity,   both in letter and  spirit so as not to prevent the extension of ..European authority, on .this  continent and as  essential to our  supremacyin7 American "aftairs; -  "At the same time,'' we   declare  that no American people shall ever  yield by forcean unwilling submission'to European  authority; ' We  oppose military law.   It means conquest abroad and intimidation and  oppression at home.    It means the  strong arm  which has  ever  been  fatal   to  free   institutions.   It   is  what millions of Europeans have  fled from in Europe.    It means imposing   upon   our   people a   large  standing   army,   and   unnecessary  burdens of taxation and a con stan t  menace to their liberty."  A small  standing army   and a   well   disciplined state militia are sufficient in  time of peace.   The  republic  has  no place for a vast military service  and conscription.  "When the nation is in danger  the volunteer soldier is ready to defend^ his *20iintry. The_Natiohal  Guard  of  world, however slowly���I am afraid  | I may say at this "moment very  slowly���is travelling' to the point  where the governing of all races  will be done not by organized, but  by the regulated and advancing  public opinion, that you have in  your hands one of the most powerful and one of the most sacred  levers that ever acted upon opinion,  and it will not only be'. dependent  on the zeal, but also on the wisdom  aud christian prudence with which  you work that instrument that the  great results which Ave all pray for  may be achieved.    (Cheers.)  Fraser River Falling.  Lillooet, July 5.���The river has  fallen gradually since morning, and  is probably three feet lower than  yesterday.* The weather is cool and  showery.  Soda Creek, July 5,'���The river  fell a few inches today.- The  weather is cloudy and cool.  Li Stays in Canton. ��� ,  London, July 5.���A dispatch to  the New York Herald from Canton  says: While the general situation  here is unchanged, an uneasy feeling prevails. An imperial mandate  from Pekin directs viceroy Li Hung  Chang to remain in Canton  for the ^ ..   present.   Au uprising is feared in I goes to the Kure dockyard in  case of his departure.   The numer- j Inland sea.   (Signed) Rodgers."  Chinese Successes.  Berlin,  July 5.���The Deutsche  Tages Zeitung prints a special from  Chefoo saying   that   the   Chinese  I banner troops   seized on Monday  night the Pei Ho bridge, securing  the line of   retreat of the"; inter-'  national, troops to Taku after repeated fierce attacks, in which the  Chinese lost hundreds.     They next  drove off the Russians from their  station outside of Tien Tsin after a  two      days'      battle,     and     encircled the concession which their  artillery     is     now     dominating.  The Chinese minister is still here.  He   told   a representative of   the  Associated Press today that he did  not know where the empress dowager and the tsung li yamen now  were.     He   thinks it likely   that  prince Tuan has seized the throne,  especially as the prince has legitimate   claims   thereto,   his   father  being appointed emperor.  Oregon Floated.  Washington, July 5.���The navy  department this afternoon received  news concerning the Oregon which  caused secretary Long, assistant-  secretary Hackett and all the naval  officers who heard it to rejoice. The  news was contained in the following  telegram: "Chefoo, July 5.���To  secretary of the navy, Washington.  Wilde has announced that the  Oregon was floated this afternoon.  The pumps control the water.    She  the  the island of Cuba, except for its  pacification.  "The   war   ended'   nearly    two  years ago, profound peace reigns  over all, while Republican carpet  bag officials plunder  its revenues  and exploit the colonial theory to  the disgrace of the American people.   We condemn   and   denounce  the Philippine policy of the present  administration.     It  has   involved  the republic in   unnecessary war,,  sacrificed the lives of many of our  noblest sons and placed the United  States, previously known and applauded    throughout    the    whole  world as the champion of freedom,  in the false and un-American position of crushing with military force  the efforts of our former allies to  achieve   liberty   and    self-government.  "The Filipinos cannot be citizens  without endangering our civilization. They cannot be subjects  without imperilling our 'form of  government, and as we are not  willing to surrender our civilization  we favor an immediate declaration  of the nation's purpose to give  the Filipinos first a stable form of  government, second independence  and third protection from outside  interference, such as has been given  for nearly a century to the Republics of Central and South America."  "The greedy commercialism  which dictated the Philippine policy of the republican administration attempted to justify it with  the plea that it will pay, but even  this sordid and unworthy plea fails  when brought to the test of facts.  The war of criminal aggression  against   the Philippines   entailing  "the United States will  ever be cherished in the patriotic  hearts of a free people. Such organizations are'ever intelligent and  ready for duty. When for the first  time in our history and coeval with  the Philippines, there has been a  wholesale departure from our time-  honored and approved system of  volunteer organization. We denounce it as un-American, un-demo-  cratic and un-republican, and as a  subversion of the ancient and fixed  principles of a free people.  "Private monopolies are indefensible   and   intolerable.     They destroy competition, control the price  of all material and of the finished  product,  thus   robbing   both  producer and consumer.     They lessen  the employment of labor and arbitrarily'fix the the terms aud conditions thereof, arid deprive individual energy and small capital of  tlieir opportunity for betterment.  They are the most efficient means  yet devised for appropriating the,  fruits of industries and  benefitting  the few at the expense of the many,  and unless their insatiate greed is  checked all wealth will be aggregated in a few hands and the republic destroyed.  "We favor such an enlargement  of the scope of an inter-state commerce law as will enable the commission to protect individuals and  communities from discriminations,  and the republic from unjust and  unfair transportation rates.  "We affirm the principles of the  national Democratic platform as  adopted at Chicago in 1890, and we  reiterate the demand of that platform for an American financial system made by the American people  themselves which shall restore and  fote treaty as a surrender of Ameri  can rights and interests not to be  tolerated by American people.  "We favor the continuance and  enforcement of the Chinese exclusion law and its application- to the  same classes of all Asiatic races.  "Jefferson ' said : ' Peace, commerce and honest friendship with  all nations, entangling alliances  with none.   ���  ' "We approve this, wholesome  doctrine and protest .against the  ReDublican_-dp.ni*uE<-.n*^��^?jr,y-*'1'���'-r-*-  iiivcigTeu   no   ln("so   called   world  policies including the  diplomacy of  Europe,   and     the   intrigue   and  land     grabbing     of     Asia,     and  we      condemn       especially      the  the ill concealed . Republican   alli-  liance with  England   which   must  mean discrimination against other  friendly nations, and which has already  stifled    the   nation's   voice  while liberty is being strangled in  South Africa.   Believing the principles of self government, and rejecting as did our forefathers the  claims of monarchy, we view with  indignation   the   purpose of   England to overwhelm with force the  South   African   republics.    Speaking as we do for  the entire American nation, ��� except the Republican  office holders and for all  free men  every where','wo extend our sympathies to the heroic burghers in their.  AinequaLstruggle4o^maintain=their-  liberty and independence."  ��� in  Pekin were murdered on June 30th  and July 1st appears to be   circulating   simultaneously   at Chefoo,  Shanghai and Tien Tsin, yet as it  is not confirmed officially, and.is  not traceable to the southern vice-.  roys, who are still in certain com- -  munication with Pekin, there is  bare hope that it is untrue.  .   The correspondent of the Express  at Shanghai gathers details from  Chinese sources which, pieced together,    rela,te     that    when - the  foreigners'   ammunition'   was   exhausted, the Boxers and imperial  troops rushed the British legation  and poured into the court yard with  fanatical fury.    The foreign troops  were   so   hopelessly   outnumbered  that their fate was certain.     The  moment   the   mob broke  in, the  court   yard   was   converted   into  shambles.    Others of tbe invaders  spread   into   the interior   of   the  building.    He adds:  "The Chinese are whispering the  terrible story under their breaths.  Tlieir attitude towards foreigners  in the streets'has changed. The  demeanor of the better class of Chi- *,  nese is one of pity rather than of  triumph.     _ .       .. * --v"  "Two Mauchus wlio have arrived"  at Shanghai certify to the truth of  the   statement   that   prince Tuan  visited the palace and offered  che  emperor and dowager empress  the *  alternative of poison or the sword.   *  The emperor, they say, took poi'-on  and died within an hour. The dow-   ,,  ��� ager   empress also   chose   poisioa,'  j bnt craftily swallowed only a jjor-   '  tion of what was offered her and  she survived.  "On the .same day the Chinese "_'  customs bureau was destroyed, fir s*��  Robert Hart, inspector of customs, *  and his staff escaped to the legation.   -  "Intense   indignation is / felt* in  Shanghai against'tue supposed -i-c-  tion of the. powers  in-restraining ,;  Japanese from sending an army to.  "are*accusecp-of"'being as  guilty of  murder as are prince Tuau's Sun-  Mi  s-ea-  Bryan Nominated for President.  Kansas City, Missouri, July 5.���  6:10 p. m.���Bryan is nominated for  president.  Convention Hall, Kansas City,  Mo��� July 5, 5:45 p. m.���The roll  was called and Alabama yielded to  Nebraska. Mr. Oldham took the  platform to place Bryan in nomination.  0:38 p. m.���Perkins of Texas seconded Bryan's nomination.  Bryan was nominated for president at 8:45 p.m. The convention  adjourned until 10:30 a.ni. tomorrow.      Debate on Emergency Rations.  Ottawa, July 5.���[Special to The  Tribune.]���The commons devoted  the day to the discussion of the  emergency rations supplied to the  troops in South Africa. Belcourt  moved a majority report, and  Monk moved in amendment a minority report. There was nothing  new brought out in the whole discussion. The opposition speakers  did not press any of the charges  against the minister, but attacked  Devlin who supplied the food  stead.  atics, and sir Robert Hart is blamed  for not having informed the.foreigners of the immense imports of  arms, especially four Aveeks ago..  "The Chinese commanders are  preparing for a long campaign and  are putting into operation a plan  drawn up by German officers last  year for an invasion from the  board by Russia."  The correspondent of the Daily  Mail at Shanghai, telegraphing  under date of July 5th, says he believes that when official information comes regarding Pekin it muy  include news  of the outraging of  (English women and the torture -of  children. It may be taken for  granted, he asserts, that all foreigners in Pekin have been wip -d  out. Dispatches from Hong Kong  say���the=Triods-=fSecret==society-a re-  assuming a threatening attitude ou  the mainland.  m-  Haverford Beat Cheltenham.  London, July 5.���The Haverford,  Pa., college cricketers, defeated the  Cheltenham college eleven today by  170 to 124 runs. W. VV. Justice, of  Haverford made the highest score,  56 runs.  The Vein Found in Place:  W. C. McLean is back in  Nel-on  from the Bear Lake section of Slocan district, where he has been engaged in doing work on  the N*-n-  parial group of claims.   He brought  back   some   fine   looking dry ce,  which is on exhibition at H. F. McLean's  drug store.    The  vein   has  been found in place on  one of the  claims, and it carries about a f ot  of high-grade ore and four to  live  feet of ore of lower grade.  Latest Chinese News.  London,   July 6.-4:30 a.m.-Li  Hung Chang has sent 5000 men  to  occupy the Bogue fort at the moi.tii  of the Canton river.     The   Shanghai   correspondent   of   the   Daily  Telegraph wires under date of July  4th:     "Uan   Shika,    governor   of  Shan Tung, telegraphs the French  consul here that   prince   Tuan   is  preparing  an  edict,  ordering   the  extermination   of   all     foreigners.  This is   probably intended  to prepare the public for the worst news.  Chinese cumulative reports, which  are generally believed here, declare  that   all the   foreigners in   Bekin  have been massacred.  Chinese Restriction Bill Passed.  Ottawa, July 5.���[Special to The  Tribune.]���The Chinese restriction  bill was read a third time and  passed the senate tonight.  Commission on War Hospitals.  London, July 5.���The government leader, Mr. A. J. Balfour, announced in the house of commons  today the names of the members of  the committee appointed to ��� investigate the South African hospital  scandals. They are professor D.J.Cunningham, lord justice Romer  and Dr. Church, president of the  1 Royal College of Physicians. TV  Xi  hi  SH  *'  fill  'fi  THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C FRIDAY JULY 6 1900'  M)  ���___  *^.$_P'__P^3^^'^_^__**^_*'__*��'^.��_*'  00 .00 . /0> .00 . 00 .00 . 00 -(0-0- /.  _e>- ____* ��**>- gs^ __*>' g^ g&��- g*:c: ST  'v,^'^'<&  1^'0*'00-00  00 '��� 00' 00 ��� 00. 00 ' 00'00 '  ^^���^^g^W.  ft/  Xti  xti  iti  iti  iti  SPECIAL HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS IN DRY GOODS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS, MILLINERY AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS.  iiiit_1i1SiSi*_m*i____*-l___1_v__m..tt^  We Will Offer  Our entire stock on Friday and  Saturday next at last week's  special sale prices, with a large  sale of remnants and ends accumulating from our, sale.  Friday  and  Saturday  Special   Sale  of Dry Goods  ���MM���1|    1 II������lllll HI  ��� !������ I ��������  !��� lir-MII-ll     T **��������� Ml ��� |���IF 1 MTtt ^*****r*��IT******IHT-*******rfirY-nm "~"���������-*���*������������������^���**������_-_-_-���_______.____________*_-___, ______________________���_______________________  Ladies'Dress Shirts       A Large lot Carpets Special Reduction  Specials In  From $2 up.   Shirt and Blouse  Waists, 50 cents.  Of Children's Straw Hats from.  50 cents each up.   All Ladies'  Trimmed Hats at half price.  Floor  Oilcloths and Linoleum  at cost prices.  In Sunshades,  Umbrellas and  Parasols.  Ladies' Corsets from 40c. up.  Night Dresses from 50c. up.  Embroidery Trimmed Drawers  from 25c. .up. Corset Covers  from 15c. up. "White shirts  from 75c. up.      ��  Xii  xti  Xti  Xti  Xti  xti  xti  Xii  t~e e-S-srS- &����������*?&��-!  itsesssssefeees&e-s&ts^  ���^���W.*^.*^.*^.*^^.'^%.'^-'g*��'^-^'^-,^^,^^-^,^--^^-^%^,-g��  '^^'y_9t^1^i^t^t^t^^^t^^^C^.00.^.00.00.0_0'00'00'00'00'00'^'  00*0**^ ��� 00'*000*00��� 00*00 *00*00*00*00*��� __f*_\W_\m00*0^0 *0^0*00*00*000���0_0 * 0_\0 *0^0��� 00*000**_\   *__\\______\___\\____0^00*i*  Hi  Hi  l&W*'.  u  Wa  WM,  U^  **  mi  mm  "T'a-  r  fi  Iff'  '-II  It  I Vr*{  lW)  w  It*  m  %<���  Shi  y-'i  I  8.\t  \Wi.  m  I ilf  Is  I  1:  ffl We have sold 75 per cent of all the  m  M  ffl  ffl  9  ���w  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ���ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  %  Portland Cement  Fire Briek Fire Clay  and Sewer Pipe  USED IN KOOTENAY  j /���  Just received carload Dominion Ale and Porter  (PINTS AND QUARTS)     .  Dominion White Label Ale (pints and quarts).   This  the finest Ale brewed in Canada.  Dominion Bulk Ale (15 gallon kegs)  Teacher's Scotch Whiskey is still the best.  ffl  ffl  is  H. J. EVANS. & CO.  ^0'ezi'  mm?  m  ffl  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPORATED 16TO.  Carpets  Wiltons  Axminsters  Brussels  ���Tapestries^  Take your choice, select your  pattern, show us the floor, you  have no more worry.  Prices and quality always satisfactory. We sew and lay .all  carpets free of charge.  Blinds  We carry a good assortment  of opaques and can fill orders  for any size blinds and will be  glad to quote prices for special  sizes.  ministration in Dawson City, they  excited in Nelson nothing but indignation against tlioso who laid  them.       Commissioner     Senkler's  friends had unlimited confidence in  mm ana tneir conuaence was uoc  abused, as advices from Dawson confirm the report that commissioner  Seukler came through the examination without a spot.  Since .the Montreal "Gazette referred to Hon. Clifford Sif ton as "a  leading member of the government"  the Manitoba Free Press has been  incapacitated for duty from very  joy. Clifford Sifton has been in  public life for several years, but the  present is the first instance hi which  he has been mentioned as a leader,  and in which no demand has been  made for the appointment of a  royal commission.  The remarks of lord Salisbury,  touching the responsibilities of the  missionaries in China, which created  so much comment in church circles  =throughont=="En^la=irdr=_appear   irT  another column.    It is not difficult  to see that Britain's  premier regards the present trouble in China  as   largely  a   revolt   against   the  missionary,   and   though   a   plain  statement of the case   may have  shocked the church dignitaries, it  nevertheless does not alter the circumstances.   Should it be demonstrated that for the'future, mission-^  ary effort is to be resisted with  force hy the Chinese, what position  will the church take?   Will it attempt to revive the religious wars  of forgotten ages; or will it allow  the Chinese to grub along as best  they can in this world, and take  .their chances in the next?  from ruinous conflicts between capital and labor he could not have  done better than enact the New  Zealand legislation, which it has  been demonstrated secures' the  end supposed to be desired.  When the postmaster-general promises to introduce legislation to prevent strikes aud then brings down  a. scheme for giving effect to voluntary arbitration, it shows that he  is trying to pack water on both  shoulders. British Columbia some  years ago had an experience with  an Optional Conciliation aud Arbitration Act. Ib was introduced by  the Davie government, on the eve  of a general election, as a bait for  the labor vote. It may have served  this purpose, but it served no other.  History will repeat itself with  the Mulock bill.  Low Grade Ore.  The working force at the Miner-  Graves group of mines in Greenwood camp has been reduced.    The  linn r-rtit   otfeimirirl   7c  *l*to +���,' +..in  r*-t��o.   liino  are full of ore as, too,  is all avail-.  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WKLL TO       ....  Buy Their Lumber  AT  G. 0. Buchanan's  able space under ground near the  stbpes. As rail connection was last  week made with the Granby smelter  at Grand Forks, it should now be  practicable to relieve the pressure  on space at the. mines by transportation. It is also said -by. many-that  no method has yet been proved  whereby such low grade ore can be  treated at a profit. Ib runs about  $8 to the ton.  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  DrARRflri T.iimber  -   - of'all kinds.  IF WnAT YOU WANT IS NOT IN STOCK  ��� WE WILL MAKE IT FOB YOU  CALL ANI> GIST PRICES.  Wholesale  Houses    ,  NELSON  B.C.  JERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  rpHOItPE & CO., LIMITED.���Corner Vornon  ���*��� and Cedar streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesalo dealers in aerated waters and  fruit syrups. Sole agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone 60.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  WF. TEETZEL & CO.-Corner Baker and  ��� Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesalo dealers in aasayers supplies. 'Agents, for Denver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver,; Colorado.         CIGARS.  KOOTENAY CIGAR" MANUFACTURING  CO.���Corner Baker and Hall streets, Nel  son, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Koote  nay Belle" brands of cigars.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS & CO.���Baker street, .Nelson  ��� wholesale dealers in ���-liquors, cigars,  cement, fire brick and Are olay, water pipe,and  stool rails, and general commission merchants.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CONSTRUCTION COM PAN Y���Wholosale dealers in telephones, annunciators, hells, batteries,  fixtures, etc., Houston block. Nelson.  FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN - KER  MILLING . COMPANY  ���Cereals,   Flour,  Grain  mixed cars shipped  to all  Hay. - Straight or  Kootenay Points  Grain elevators at all principal points on Calgary-  Edmonton U. It. -Mills at Victoria, New Westminster, aud Edmonton, Alberta.  TAYLOR FEED & PRODUCE CO.-Baker  street,' Nelson (Gonrirn F. Motion's old  oU.ua;, num, ruuu, Uruin, Hay ana 1'roa.uuo.  Car lots a specialty.' Correspondence solicited.  Phone 2C.,.-.';    .  A large stock of Jlrst-class dry material .on  hand, also a full line of Rash, doors, mouldings,  turned work, eto.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yardt   Foot of Hondryx stroet), Nelson  Telephone. 91    Jq_\__   Rile,  kgQIlt  JpING STOCKS  BOUGHT AND SOLD  Referendum Treasury Stock  Exchequer, 1000  JSigJiorn^/iOOtU  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE STKKETS, NELSON  COSTELLO'S EXPRESS  AND TRANSFER  Baggage and express moved to any part of tho  city.   Special attention given to heavy teaming.  Ofllce corner Victor!* and Ward streets.   Tele-  P.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS &   CO.���Baker   street,   Nelson,  wholesale dealers in fresh and cured meats.  Cold storage.    '   "  GROCERIES. ~  A MACDONALD &'. CO.���Cornor Front and  ��� Hall streets, wholesalo grocers and  jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  mackinaws and miners'sundries.   KOOTENAY SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   street, Nelson, '.wholesale  grocers.  Saw &  Planing IV(ills, Limited  Are prepared to furnish by rail, barge or teams  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  Office Corner Hall arid Front Streets  Factory Hall Street Crossing G. P. R. Track  Mills Hall Street Wharf  P. Burns & Co.  TOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-  "   son, wholesale grocers.  -Front street, Nel-  phone 192.  W. A. COST KLI.O. Manager.  Peoria, SOOO-SOO  Richelieu, 1000 -  WANTED  ��Jte f&vibnm.  When gold commissioner Senkler  ��� leffc Nelson for Dawson City he  carried the best wishes of almost  -everyone who knew him. When  charges were made against his ad-  The Grit newspapers of Ontario,  are   endeavoring    to   make   their  readers believe thafc Mulock's optional   conciliation   bill is an improvement   upon   the   compulsory1  conciliation and arbitration legislation of New Zealand.   The object  of   these   newspapers is to make  political capital for their parfcy.    If  fchey know anything concerning the  operation of the arbitration laws of  New. Zealand they know that since  they have been enacted there  has  not been a; strike or lock-out in the  colony.    If the object of tbe postmaster-general is to introduce legislation wliich will spare the country  Rambler-Cariboo and Giant  For sale���C-rooro house, Hume addition, S850.  li-room houso, cheap; tonus easy; close in.  CALL ON  H. A. Prosser  BnOICER, WARD STREET  A. R. SHERWOOD  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  A  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NKLSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. ScA. M.  Meets seooud Wednesday In each month.  Sojourning brethren invited.  _ ���, iay streets, overy  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Visitim? Knijthte  cordially invifcwt to attend.. R. 6. Joy, K. ot R.  fc S.   Leonard Scott, d O.   -������-���"  .-  ���VTKLSON L. O. L;, No. 1692, meotsJnl.jO. O. F.-l  =AS���Hallrcorner-Baker-ahd"Kootehay^treets,  P'.R. STEWART & CO.���Warehouses on C. P.  ��� R. track, foot of Stanley.street,-Nelson,  .wholesale dealers in provisions, produce and  fruits.' Cold storage. Agents Armour & Co.'a  bacon, hams, lard and other products.  JY. GRIFFIN Sc CO.-Front street, Nelson,  ��� ��� wholesale- dealers   in  provisions,   cured  meats, butter and oggs.  Friday of each  month." Visiting  hrothorn cordially Invited*   -��-"���"���  First door west  of Bank of British  Columbia building.  Baker Street  lsb and 3rd          R.: Robinson, W. MT  XV. Crayford. Rerording-Secretary. .  "M*ELSON AIRIE, Number 22, Fraternal Order  ������' ol Eagles, meets every second and fourth  Wednesday. ineach month In Fraternity HaU.  Visiting brethren welcome. W. Gosnoll, Presl  dent).   Charles Prosser, Secretary.  TRADES   UNIONS.  ���M*ELSON MINERS' UNION NO. 96, .W. F. of.  ���*���' M.���Moots in-miners'union rooms,, northeast corner Victoria and Kootenay streets, OTery ���  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. 'Visiting members welcome. M. R,Mowatt, President. James  Wilkes, Secretary. ,.       TIRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.-Tho rogu-  x lar meetings of tho Nelson Trades and Labor  Council will be hold in the minors' union hall,  corner of Victoria and Kootonay streets, on the  first and third Thursday of oach month, at  7.30 p.m. G. J. Thorpe, Prosidont. J.H.Matho-  son, Secretary.   HARDWARE.AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS Sc CO.���Cornor Bakerand Josephine  ���- streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware, and mining supplies. Agents for Giant  Powder Co.  T AWRENCE  J-*   Baker St.,  Charles St. Barbe  Stock at>d Share Broker  ���'��������'    General Agent  SLOCAN JUNGTIOjU HOTEL  J. II. MoMANUS, Manager.  Bar stocked with best brands of wines, liquors,  and Cigars. Beer on draught. Largo comfortable rooms.   First-class table board.  Nelson   Wine   Co.  CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS  Special attention given to family trado  TeBafcA.     FRANK A. TAMBLVN  Nelson. B. C. manages  nor Victoria and Kootonay streets.   R.  Robinson, President.  James Colling, Secretary. ���  TJ ARBERS'-UNION.���Nolson Union, No. liW. of  J-J tho International Journeymen Barber's Union of America, meets every first and third Monday of eacli month in Miner's Union-Hall, corner  of Victoria and Kootenay streets, at 8:30 p.m.  ~        brothers cordially invited to  sharp.    Visiting        ,  attend.  J. Ii. Matheson, President,  villo, Secretary.  W.S. Bel-  TDRICKLAYKRS AND MA SO VS' UNION.  XJ,   The Bricklayers and Masons'International  Union No. 3 of Nolson meets second, and fourth:  Tuesdays in each inonth at Minors  Union hall  J. W. Ktober, president; Joseph Clark, recotding  and corresponding seorotary.  T ABORER3' UNIO.V.���Nelson Laborers': Pro-  ���*-* tectivo Union, No. 8121, A. F. of L., meets iu:  Miners' Union Hall, northeast corner of Victoria  and Kootenay streets, every Monday ovening  at 8 p.m. sharp. Visiting members of tho American Federation cordially invited to attend. John  Mullen, President. Percy Shackolton, Secretary.  !ar:  held  ���NTELSON PAINTERS' -UNION���The regul:  ���*���'   meeting of the   Painters'  Union is ;he���  the first and third Fridays in oach inonth at Minors' Union liall at 7:30 sharp.   T.O. Skatbo, President; Will J. Hatch, Socretary.  ARCHITECTS.  THWART &  CARRIE���Architects.    Rooms 7  ���*-*   and 8 Aberdeen block,'Baker stroet, Nelson.  ENGINEERS. .  CHARLES PARKER���Mining and milling engineer.   West Baker street. Nelson.  HARDWARE    COMPANY-   . _ Nelson .^wholesale .^dealers^in=  =hardware~and~miiing supplies, and water and  plumbers'supplies. �� .   *  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.       \  rpURNER, BEETON.&*.CO.���Corner Vernon  x and Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale  dealers in liquors, cigars and dry goods. Agents  for Pabst Browing Co. of Milwaukee and. Calgary Brewing Co. of Calgary.  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  TTAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  ���*-*��� streot, -Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping, and black blasting powders,  wholosale dealers in caps and fuse, and electric  . blasting apparatus. -  SASH AND.DOORS.  XTELSON SAW AND PLANING MILL8,  A' LIMITED-Corner Front and Hall streets,  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesalo dealers  in sash and doors; all kinds of factory work made  to order. : '    .    - .  TENTS   AND   AWNINGS.  'M'ELSON TENT AND AWNING FACTORY-  ���*���,,   Baker streot, Nelson.  Manufacturers of all  kinds of   tents,  awnings, and   canvas  goods.  P. O. Box 76.   Theo. Madson, proprietor.  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA    WINE 'COMPANY,    LIMI-:  TED-Corner Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers tn wines (case and bulk,  and linitimtli. nnd Imported oinrars.  d. M.LUDWIC  Manufacturers of and  dealers in Harness, Pack  and Stock Saddles. Apara-  jocfi, Collars, Bridles and'  .Whips,  Nelson Harness Shop  Hall Street, Nelson.  Head Office at  NELSON, B.  0.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Markets at Nelson; Rossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, New  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Midway, and Vancouver. -   _.'  '_ Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  ���FRESH-AN ��-SAIfFEB-MiEATS������  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson ��V   ��   TRAVES,   Manager  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HENDRYX AND VERNON STREETS  Kootenay Sta Lanndpy  BLOMBERC & SWEDBEftC  PROPRIETORS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lurnber Always in  StocK.  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned "Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention. o  The only steam laundry in Nelson employing union labor  A. LARSON, Manager  Porto Rico Lumber Co. Ltd.  H. D.  ASHCROFT  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repalrinar promptly attended to by- a  flrst-ci-tfia wheelwright.  Having Purchased  the Business  Of Fred J. Squire, merchant  tailor, Nelson, I intend to  continue the business so as  to keep the patronage of all  Mr. Squire's old patrons and  get a share . of the general  trade. I am now prepared  to show the latest styles in  all lines of spring goods. A  special line on hand at $25  per suit. All other lines at  low rates. None but Union  labor employed.  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building, Bakor Stroet.   JFRED J. SQUERE. Manager.  B. C. HOTEL  ERIE, B. 0.  First-class In every respect. Choicest wlnos,  liquors and cigars. Every comfort for. transient!  and resident guests.  HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MEN.  JOSEPH CAMPBELL, Proprietor.  ?*S*,v-* THE MIBU^E:  NELS01ST B.C., FfllDAY; JULY 6, 1900  :l  I!/ !  w  BANK OP MOMEAL  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  REST    7.000.000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427.180 SO  Lord Strathcona and Mount lt03*al ...President  Hon. George A. Drummond Vice-President  li. H. Clouston G encral Manager  NELSON HHANCH  Corner Bakor and Knotenav Street?.  A. H. BUCHANAN', Munngcr.  Branches in London (England) Nkw Yokk,  Chicago, and all tho principal cities iu Canada.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Buy and  Transfers.  Grant  Commercial  sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  and   Travelers'   Credits,  Eto.  avuilnblo in any part of tho world,  Drafts Issued, Collections Mado,  Saving-s Bank Branch  WnBRNT RA'l'K OV INTEKKST PAID.  ISTDIAN     T&0OP3    FOR    CHI MA:  Tho   Indian  army  has  not liad  long to wait before being called on  to fender help to the British empire.  TJie expedition to China  Avill.be  a  slight solace  to it for  having  to  mark time while the  game of war  Avas hotly played in  South Africa.  Tlio expeditionary force,'Avhich is  to be genfc  out,  Avill  number 5000  men.of  all arms.     With the ex-  c ption   of   the    field   battery of  artillery,   ifc   consists   entirely   of  native regiments.      But these regiments have in  their  ranks  many  races and many  sects  and  creeds ;  ���slalu*art   Sikhs,   Rajputs  of   high  lineage,   and   the  bluest  blood of  Hindustan; fiery Pathans from tho  Avild border of Afghanistan ; mild-  eyed Tamils aud Telingas from  the  lice-flats of Madras ;   Sikh,  Hindu,  . and Mohammedan���ay, and Roman  Catholic, for Madras Sappers usually  . profess this creed, though now and  again aProtestant,a Nonconformist;,  , and even  an American  Methodist  finds his AA*ay into the ranks of these  eplendid Indian engineers.  This contingent is thoroughly representative of India as a Avhole.  Its departure Aviil stir up a spirit of  envy throughout the native army ;  it Avill start multitudinous prayers  for a large development of the Chi-  nuse crisis and the consequent need  for mauy more troops.  In 1800-02 twelve regiments of  ?iative infantry sailed from India  for the far east, compared Avith five  on this occasion, and tho two regiments of cavalry as against one. To  put it roughly, the Indian contingent in the early sixties Avas tAvice  .as-large as ou this .occasion. ��� Bufc  -five only seem to be at the beginning  of the China trouble. The Indian  army"is a more efficient and a larger  fighting machine than 40 years ago.  Moreover, the Indian Empire today  marches for thousands of-miles wifch  the Chinese Empire. Raihvays  have advanced through Upper  Burma to Avithin a little distance of  the Chinese boundary, so should  the rebellion spread, Britain's army  in the East will play a large part in  quelling it.  But Avill India also havc to pay?  Before tho first transport drops  down tho tide that question will be  raised. India has been harshly  treated iu the past, and iu these  daj's of plague and famine, Avhile  she can spare mpn, she cannot  spire treasure.  Of the regiments selected for service in China, two^. particularly distinguished themselves iu the Pa-  than revolt of 1897. It AA'as the 1st  Sikhs avIio furnished J^._Gee,__the_  "political-officer, Avith an escort on  thab ill-fated visit to the Tochi  valley, Avhen the party Avere am  buscaded as they sat at lunch, and*  'would haA'C annihilated but for the  cool courage displayed by the native officers, every European officer  having been shot down. Tho 1st.  Sikhs belongs to the Punjab Frontier force, It has only four companies of Sikhs; two companies being  composed of Pathans, oue of Dogras  or hill Rajputs, and one of Punjabi  Mohammedans.  The 24th infantry, Avhich is recruited in exactly the same Avay as  the 1st Sikhs, formed part of tho  famous garrison of 'the Malakand.  Of its Pathan companies the story  ia told that Avhen the little force  was in tbe most desperate straits  tho tribesmen shouted to their fellow-tribesmen to lay doAvn their  arms. "Certainly," was, the reply  from within the wall's; "come and  fefcke the rifles from our hands."  Tho tribesmen, rejoicing at their  treachery, rushed gaily in, to be  met with withering" volleys and  scornful cheers as the Pathans of  the 24 th infantry blazed into the  brown.  The doctor of the regiment is  major Whitchurch, V. C. He won  the Bronze Cross at the siege of  Chitral, when, after a sally, he carried home under heavy fire a  Avounded comrade on his shoulders,  The 1st Bengal Lancers, formerly  JSkJLUiiisr's Irregular Horse, is recruited entirely from Mohammedan's. Its honorary colonel is the  duke of York. It last saw service  in Afghanistan. The Bombay regiment is raised mainly in Rajpu,-  -fcami, while the First Madras Pip-  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. 0., and Dawson City, N. W. T.  neers obtains its men from the  south of the Peninsula. The latter  regiment Avas first raised as long  ago as 175S. The 3Iadras Sappers  is a famous corps of engineers, in  Avhich families, generation after  generation, haA'e enlisted. At the  building of bridges, the making of  roads, the raising of forts it is unequalled. It can handle a rifle  Avith pluck. There is no regiment  wifch a finer record in the Indian  Army List.  The First Madras Pioneer are stationed at Bangalore; the First  Sikhs at-.Kohat, and the Punjaub  frontier. From Kohat to Bangalore  is a similar distance as from Edinburgh to Gibraltar; similar, too, is  the difference in climate, also in the  breed of men. So it can be understood that the Indian army is not  as homogeneous- as the British  army. But it always fights in  khaki.   And it always fights  well.  BAD  PLACE FOR  SETTLERS.  .Julian Ralph contributes to the  Daily Mail some warnings to those  avIio intend to emigrate to South  Africa.    He says:  I fear that most of those men  will regret having ever asked even  tho barest living of South Africa.  Although the most popular sayings  about that unattractive region are  such as to deter immigration, the  idea that fortunes aro to be made  there by mon without Capital remains firmly rooted in many minds.  Where the land yields  best it is  mainly used   for  the  breeding of  sheep, horses, goats and ostriches.  It is only where water is abundant  that avc see crops being raised, and  they are grown in  small  plots, for  Avater in  South  Africa has   been  termed  "a curio."    To be strictly  just,     there     is      a      reasonably  rich   region  in  that   part  of   the  Cape Colony Avhich is called the Hex  River country.   Wheat, and fruit  and the vine  flourish iu  that section, the pasturage is good,  genuine farming is carried on there, and  tho people are prosperous.   But the  region offers no  chance  for. immigrants. ,. The land is all  taken up,  and held.--at a very high price, and  those who own  it,  especially   the  dominant Dutch, Avill not sell.    Instead they want, more acres,  even  though they cannot till.what they  haA'e���for the Boer is a land-loving,  land-proud mortal,  who estimates  his social position aud his degree of  ��� content by the number of his acres.  There   is   good   grain-producing  soil iii.the eastern  part of the Orange River Colons', and the ravages  of tho Avar may send a feAA'���a A'ery  feAV���a very few���of those farms  into the market, but the price  Avill  be beyond the purse of the average  fortune-seeker.  -There is  not, and  will not be, any of this land to be  picked up on  Avhat is  called a settler's claim, i. e., freo to Avhosoever  will build on it and Avork.it.��i  ' "Sn the Transvaal, likewise, there  are good belts and desert belts, and  there is plenty of umvorked land, I  belicveriii"the-dry-and_hiily_upp"er_  imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,500,000  $2,458,603  $1,700,000  D.-R. Wilkie, General Manager;  E. Hay, Inspector.  Nolson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker Streot  J. M. LAY, Manager.  half of that country^ But the soil,  Avhich is productive even in the  way of pasturage, is not in the  market.  If any man thinks to find neAV  gold or diamond mines, he may as  Avell be told that the chances of  that are practically equal to his  chances of having at his disposal  the time, money and expert know-  ledge which the great mining corporations have utilized in studying  the entire country, and in taking  liens or paying yearly premiums  for the first right to work such  soils when they need or desire to  do so.  The nearest thing to a gold mine  that remains open to new-comers  in the greater part of those hew  colonies is the ostrich; at least so I  Avas informed by a great many  shrewd and siiccessf ul men who live  iu Natal, the Orange River Colony  and the Transvaal. But breeding  ostriches requires money���for, the  land and the birds���to start with.  And one . must know or learn the  methods by which'-'a profit is to be  had in that industry. You cannot  raise ostriches as you take a snap  shot photograph���by pressing a  button and letting nature do the  rest; . .-'������':- :'"/  In the army I found so many  young men���especially among, the  Australians and (feAver) Canadians  ���Avho talked-of remaining in South;  Africa, that I made it my business  Avhile I was Cape Town, Kimberley  and Bloemfontein to ask the leading  men for their knowledge and 'opinions as to the inducements, the  country offers to immigrants. It  may have merely happened so, but  I did not meet a man who favored  the coming of a large number.-, of  neAV settlers. All who-were of British blood wished for more men of  their own race there^-in "numbers  sufficient to outvote the Dutch,but  they could not promise the new-;  comers a living. It is as true as  when Mr. Bryce wrote i,fc,' that  South Africa is "a vast: solitude  with a few oases' of population,"^  and that this is due;td^"its. scanty  means of sustaining life, and its  f jav openings for industry, unaided  by capital.  said place of payment shall be designated by the  said debentures, and shall have attached to them  coupons for the payment of interest, and the signatures to the interest coupons may bo either  written/stamped, printed or lithographed.  4. The said debentures shall bear interest at  the rate of 4 per centum per annum from the  date thereof, which interest shall be payable  semi-annually at said ofllce of the Bank of Montreal in Nelson aforesaid, in lawful money of  Canada, ou tho 1st day of April and the 1st day  of October respectively, in each year during lhe  currency thereof, and shall be expressed in said  debentures and coupons to be so payable. -���-  o. It shall bo lawful for tho mayor of said Corporation to negotiate and soil tlio said debentures or any of them for less Uinn par: but iu no  case shall the said debentures or any of Uiem be  negotiated or sold for loss than ninety-five per  centum of their face value, including the cost of  negotiating and sale, brokerage and other incidental expenses.  G. There shall be raised and levied iu each year  during the currency of said debentures tho sum  of six hundred dollars (?600.��0) for the paym-nt  of interest and the sum of live hundred and  scventv-cight dollars and soventy-two cents  (3578.72) for the payment of tho debt duo under  the said debentures by a rate sufficient therefor  on all tho rateable land jn tho said Municipality.  7. It shall bo lawful for the said Municipal  Council to re-purchase any of tho said dobnn-  turcs upon such terms as may bo agreed upon  with the legal-holder or holders thereof, or any  part thereof,'either at tho time of sale orany  subsoqucnt time or times, and all debentures so  repurchased shall forthwith be cancelled nnd destroyed, and no rc-issuo of debentures so re-purchased shall be made in consequence of such repurchase.  8. This by-law shall take effect on tho thirty-  first day of July, A. 0., 1900.  NOTICE.  Take notice that the above is a true copy of the  proposed By-Law upon which the vote of the  municipality will be taken, for the East ward at  theCity Police CourtHoom on Jo.s*ephiilestreet;for  tho-Ave-t ward at the ollice of the Exchequer  Gold Mining Company, on the north side of Baker  street, between Stanley and Kootenay streets, on  AVednesday, the 18th day of July, at 8 o'clock iu  the forenoon. AV. K. AA'ASSONT,  ���   Acting City Clerk.  Nelson, B.C., July. 4th, 1900.    .  Corporation of the City of Nelson,  BTzr-:r-j.A.w isro. 70.  ank of Montreal  (ESTABLISHED  1817)  l.VCOM'OKATKD BV ACT OK IMKLIAMEN'T  CAPITAL (all paid lip    -   -   -  RESERVED FUND -   -   -   -  UNDIVIDED PROFITS -   -   -  $12,000,000  7,000,000  427,180  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  UT. HON. LOUD STltATHCONA AND MOUNT ROYAL, G.C.M.G., Pbksiuknt  A. T. PATEHSON. Ksq.         R. B. ANGUS, Epq. EDWARD B,  A. V. GAULT, Esq. ~   Silt AVILLIAM C. MACDONALD JAMES ROSS, Esq.  E. S. CLOAVSTON, General Manaqkr  HON. G. A. DRUMMOND, VjCE-PmcsroKNT  GREENSHIBLDS, Ksq.  R. G. Kh.II>, Esq.  ffl  LIABILITIES AND  30th ai-ric,, 1900  LIABILITIES  ASSETS  Notes in  Deposits  Circulation.  Corporation of the City of Nelson  ___"Sr-X-J-.-W  3STO-   68  A By-law to raise ��15,000.0'.' to extend the Waterworks System.-  ,' Whoiciis, a.petition has been presented lo tho  Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City  of Nelson, signed by the owners.of at least one-  tenth of tlio valuo of the real property of the said  City, as shown by-the last revised assessment  roll requesting the said Council tointroduco a  JJy-law to raise the sum of ttftoon thoiiitsnd dollars (Sln.OOO.OO),. for the purposo of extending tho  Waterworks System of tho said City.  And, whoroas, it is deemed necessary.-and expedient to extend tho AVntcrworks System of tho  City of Nelsou for tho convenience of the citizens  unci for llro protection. ^  And, whereas, it is expedient lo borrow the  said sum of fifteen thousand dollars (?ln,(X)0.00)  for tho purpose aforesaid. -   - .���-!���  A nd, whereas, the wholo amount of tlio rate-  ablulund of tho said City, accoidingto (lie last  revised asses-ment roll, is ono million two hiHi-i  dred and forty-seven thousand.dollars (?l,2i7,-  (KK).OO):  And, whereas, it will bo necessary to raise annually by rato tholsum of cloven hundred and  seventy-eight dollars' and soventy-two cents  ($1178.72) for paying tho said debtand interest.  Now, therefore, the Municipal Council of tho  Corporation of tho City of Nelson in Council assembled enacts as follows:  1. It. shall and nifty be lawful for the Mayor of  theC'orporation nf tho City of Nelson to borrow, upon the ereditof the said Corporation by way of tho  Debentures hereinafter mentioned, from any person or persons; body or bodies corporate,-who  may bo willing to advance tho same'as a loan,  ll sum of money not exceeding in tho whole tho  sum of fifteen thousand dollars '$15,000.00), and to  oauso all Kiioll sums so raised or received to be  paid into tho hands of tlje Treasurer of the said  Corporation for tho purposes and wit|i tho objects hcreinfore recited.  2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of the said  Corporation to cause any number of Debentures  to be made, executed and "issued'for such.sum or  sums as may be required for the purpose and object aforesaid, not exceeding, however, tho sum  of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000.00), oaoh of the  said Debentures being of tho denomination of  ono thousand dollars (��1 000.00), and all snob De-  benturcs shall bo scaled with tho seal of tho Corporation and signed by the.Mayor thereof.  ;{. The said Debentures shall bear date tho first  day of Ootober, A.D. liKW, and shall bo mado  payable if j twenty years from- the -said'date, in  lawful money of Canada, at the oflleo of the Bank  of Montreal in Nelson aforogaid, which said:placo  of payment shall bo designated by tlio 'mid Debentures, and shall have-attached to them coilr  pons for the payment of Interest,'and the ttigna.  turos to tho interest coupons may bo either  written, stamped, printed or lithographed.  ���1. The said Debentures shall bear interest at  J.he rate of four per centum por annum from the  date thereof, which interest, shall be payable  semi-annually at said oflleo of tho Bank of Mon  treal in Nelson aforesaid, in lawful money of Canada, on the 1st day of April and the 1st day of  October, respectively, iii each year during the  currency thereof, and it shall bo expressed in said  Debentures and coupons to be so payable.  5. Itshall be lawful for tho Mayor of said Corporation to negotiate and sell the; said .Pcben-  turcs or any of them for less.than par; but in no.  case shall the said Debentures or any of them bo  negotiated or sold for less.than ninctv-flvc per  centum of their face value; including the cost of  negotiating and sale, brokerage and all other incidental expenses.  ('.���There shall be raised nnd.levicd in each year  during the eurrencyof said Debentures the sum  of six.hundred dollars (8600.00) for the payment  of interest and the sum of five hundred and  se\*enty:eight' dollars and seventy-two cents  (���f.178 72) for tho payment of the debt due  under.the said Debentures by a rate sufficient  "therefore oh all the rateable land in the said  ���Municipality. ���-.--���  7. It shall be lawful for the said Municipal  Council to re-purchase any of the said Debentures upon such terms as may bo agreed upon  with the legal holder or holders thereof,.or any  part thereof, either'at tho time of snleor any subsequent time or times, and all Debentures so repurchased shall forthwith be cancelled and destroyed, and no ro-issue of Debentures shall bo  mado in consequence of such re-purchase,  8._Tlii3jly-'luita.halUaHc^cffc0t;ion=the=thirty-=  "first day of July,-A.D. 1900.  NOTICE. . .  Take notice, that the above is a true copy of  theproposedibylawupon which the vote of the  municipality will be taken for the East ward at  tho Citv Polioo Court room on Josephine street;  for the West ward at the oflleo of the Exchequer  Gold Mining Company on the north side of Baker  street, between Stanley auo\ Kootonay streets,  on AVednesday' the 18th day of July at 8 o'clock  iri the* forenoon. W. E. WASSON,  Acting City Clerk.  Nelson, B.C., July4th, 1900.������.-.,-,  Corporation of the City of fieison,  _s-_r*>%>*&-'W   Jsro. es.  A By-Law.to rai��e $15,000.00 to extend and improve the Electric Light System,  whereas a petition has been presented to the  Municipal Councilor the Corporation of tho City  of Nelson, signed by the owners of at least one-  tenth of the value of the real property in the said  City, H9 shown by tho last revised assessment  roll, requesting the said Council to introduce a  By-Law to raiso tho mini of flftcon thousand  dollars ($15,000.00) for tho purposo of extondlng  iand improving the oloctric light systoin and  plant in tho City of Nelson.  And whereaR, lt is deemed expedient to borrow  tho said sura of flftcon thousand dollars (815,000.-  00) for the purposes aforesaid.  And whoroas, the whole amount of the rateable  land of tlio said City, according to the last revised assessment roll, is ono million two hundred  and forty-seven thousand dollars ($1,217,000):  And whereas, it will bo necessary to raise annually by rate the sum of eleven hundred and  scvonty.-eight (Joljars-nnd 'seventy.two cents  ($1178.72) for paj ing tho said dptjtan)! lntorost.  Now therefore, the Municipal Council of tlio  Corporation of the City of. Nelson in council  assembled, enacts as follows:.'  1. It shall and may bo lawful for the mayor of  the Corporation of the City of Nelson to borrow,  unon'the credit of the said Corporation, by way  ot the 'dobpntures hereinafter mentioned, from  any porson or persons, body or bodies corporate,  who may be willing to advance the saiuo as a  loan, a sum of money not exceeding on the  wholo tho sum of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,-  000.00), and to cause all such sums so raised or  reeoived to be paid into tho hands of tho treasurer of tho said corporation, for tho purpose and  with the object heroinboforo recited.  2. It shall be lawful foi" the mayor of the said  Corporation to cause any numbor of debentures  to be mado, executed and issued for such sum or  sums as may be required for tho purpose and object aforesaid, not exceeding, however, the sum  of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000.00): each of  the said debentures being of tho denomination of  ono thousand dollars ?$1,000.00). and all such do-  bont'iji'fls shall he scaled tyjth the sea' of the Corporation and signed by the mayor fhorgof,  a. Tho said debentures shall boar date tho 1st  day of October, A. D. 1900, and shall bo mado  payable in twenty years from tho said date, in  lawful money of Canada,    ' "      '"       "   "  A by-law to raise ��20,000.00 to extend the sewage  system. ;  . .Whereas; a petition has been presented to tho  Municipal Council of the Corporation of tho  City of Nelson, signed by tho owners of at least  .one-tenth of the value of tho real property of the  said citv, as shown. by the last revised assess-  ' ment' roll, requesting the said Council to introduce a By-law to raise the sum of twenty-thousand dollars ($20,0t.'0.00) for the purpose of ex-  ; tending-' the sewage system of the said City.  .   And whereas it is deemed necessary and. ex-  ' pedientto extend the sewagosystem of the City  of Nelson for the convenience of the citizens.  And wherea?, it is expedient to borrow the  said sum of twenty thousand dollars ($20,000.00)  -for the purposes aforesaid.:  '"  , And whereas the whole amount of tho rateable  land of the said City, according to the last revised    assessment   rolls   is. one  million   two  -hundred aud forty-seveni thousand dollars(Sl,-  '���247,000.00). "'������:-:.':  And whereas it will be necessary to raise an-  .nually by rate the suni of Fifteen Hundred and  Sevonty-ono dollars and sixty-three cents  ($1571.03) for paying the said debt and interest.  Now thoreforc, the Municipal Council of the  Corporation of tho City of Nelson in Council  assembled enacts as follows:  1. .It shall and may belawf ul for tho Mayor of  the Corporation of the City of Nelson, to borrow,  upon the ereditof the said Corporation, by way of  the Debentures hereinafter mentioned, from any  person or persons, body or bodies corporate, who  may be willing to advance the same as a loan,  a sum of money not exceeding in the whole the ���  sum of twenty thousand dollars (��20,000.00), and  to cause all such sums so - raised or received- to  be paid into the hands;of the Treasurer of the  said Corporation for the'purposes and with-the  objects hereinbefore recited. ���  -  2. .It shall be lawful for the mayor of thesaid  Corporation tocauseany^numberof debentures  to.be made, executed nnd issued for such sum or  sums as may be required for the purpose and object aforesaid, not exceeding, howevor, the sum  of,twenty_ thousand dollars ($20,000.00),' each of  the said Debentures being of - the' denomination  of one thousand dollars (*1,000.00(, and all such  Debcntuiesshall bofealed-'Avi'h the seal of the  Corporation and sighed by tho Mayor (hereof.  3. The said Debentures shall bear date the 1st  day of Oct., A; D.. 1900, and1 shall be made piya-  ble in twenty years from the faid date, in lawful  money of Canada, at the ofllce of the Bank of  Montreal in Nelson aforesaid, which said place  of payment shall be designated by the said Debentures, and shall have-attached to ihem cou-  ���pons for the payment of interest, and the signatures to. the interest. coupons may be eithor  written, stamped; printed or lithographed.  i. The said Debentures.shall bear interest at  the rate of four,.por centum per annum from  the date thereof, which interost shall be payable,  semi-annually at said office of the Bank of Montreal in Nelson aforesaid, in lawful money of  Canada, dri the 1-t day of April and the 1st day of  October, respectively, iri each year during the  currency thereof and it shall be expressed in said  Debentures and coupons to be so payable.  5. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of thesaid  Corporation to negotiate and sell the said Debentures or any of them for lc;s than par: but in  no ease shall tho said debentures or any of them  be negotiated or sold for less than ninety-five per  cent of their face value, including the cost of nc-  ��otiating and sale, brokerage and all other inci-  ontal expenses: ��� : - ��� '  '���' G. There shall.be raised and levied in each  year during tho currency of said Debentures the  sum of eighthuridred dol'ars (JSOO.OO) for the prty.  ment of interest, and the sum of seven hundred  ffl:  ffl-  '������'   '..  .��'���-*���    . /ASSETS  Specie and Dominion Notes...... ...:-... .... ."T?.:;;   Due by other Banks and Foreigu Agents..... ... .-���.   Dominion and Provincial GoA'ernment Securities'..-   United States RaihA'ay Bonds ..................    "Notes and Cheques of other. Banks . ........... ......;.   Current Loans and Discounts, and other Securities and Assets  Bank Premises  ..............'... .'..   ffl  ffl  .$ 0,161,649   ffl  .   52,645,606   -^  .$58,807,255 'ffl  .$ 5,117,639-  .   15,648,921,  ���518,642.  .     1,570,365  .     1,571,052  ,   53,730,332  600,000  $78,756,951  ffl  ffl  ffl  "7w T"**^^ Bank of Montreal opened for business on Monday, 3rd November, 1817, in premises in  ^ ���     \ a'building belonging to the Armour Estate, situated on St. Paul Street, between St. Nicholas  y$  and St. Francis Xavier Streets, with a paid-up capital of $350,000.  ffl The first president was John Gray, aud the first cashier Avas Robert Griffin.  ffl In the year 1819 the capital was increased to $050,000, and in the following year to $750,000.   In  .% 1829 the capital Avas $850,000; in 1841; $2,000,000; in  1845, $3,000,000 ; in  1855, $4,000,000; in 1860,  ^ $6,000,000 ; in 1873, $12,000,000, at Avhich it now stands.  W In the first full.year (1819) of the Bank's operations, a dividend Avas paid at the rate of 8 per cent.  'ffl per annum, ancl since then (with the exceptions of the years  1827 aud 1828, when the Bank did not  ffl Pay any dividend), the annual dividends have ranged from 6 to 16 per cent, (or say a dividend of 12*  ffl per cent, with a bonus of 4 per cent.), according to tiie earnings.    But of late years 10 per cent, per  ���.���*)*���, annum has been the rate paid.  ?$ After 8 per cent, had been paid as dividends in  1819, a balance of $4,168 remained on hand, and  ffl was laid aside as a rest.    From that date of small beginnings the rest has steadily groAvn.    In 1825 it  ffl $30,780, going down to $12,064 in the folloAving year, and then  up again to $107,084 tAvo years later;  ffl' in 1830 it stood at $31,360.   Five years later it stood at $80,660, reachiug $197,828 in 1837; in 1840 it  S showed $89,480 ; in 1S50, $120,192; in 1860, $740,000 ; in 1870, $3,000,000 ; in 1880, $5,000,000 ; in 1883,  W $5,750,000; in 1884, $6,000,000 ; and uoav it stands at $7,000,000, and there are additional undivided  W profits amounting to $427,180.  ffl On the 1st January, 1858, the system  of decimal currency Avas adopted in the Bank of Montreal,  ffl and since that date all monetary transactions have been  recorded in the Bank's books in dollars and  rvtoj cents.   Previous to that date, the Bank's books Avere kept.in what was-styled Halifax currency���  W pounds, shillings and pence���the pound being of the value of $4.00.           ���   ���                             ,'  y�� On the 1st January, 1858, the Montreal Branch was established as a distinct and separate business  ffl from the Head Office, Mr. E. H. King being appointed as its first manager..  $jj In the year 1862, the designation of the chief officer  of the  Bank was changed from Cashier to  \AJ that of General Manager.   Mr. David Davidson Avas the first General Manager.  M. In 1803 the Bank of Montreal was appointed Banker iu Canada for the Canadian Government', and  ^? on 1st January, 1893, Mr. E. S. Clouston being General Manager at the time, it became their Financial  a�� Agent in Great Britain also.                                     ....                                    ,  ���ffl  effl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  If}-  ffl  sixty��thi'co cents  tlio debt due under  Bank of Montreal in  . at the office of the  Nelson aforesaid, wliich  and seventy-one dcIUrs and  (��771.03) for the payment of .  the said Dobcntures by a.ratc sufficient therefor  on all the rateable land in the said Municipality.  _. uZ^Jt HhalLJioJawfiil=foc=thc=said==^Iunicipal=  Councirto ro-purchase any of the said Debentures upon such terms as may bo ngrood upon  with the loJral holder or holders thereof, or any  part thorcof. eithor at tho timoof sale or any  .subsequent time or times, and all Debentures so  re-purchased shall forthwith bo cancelled and  destroyed, and no ro-issuo of Debentures so repurchased shall be made in consequence of such  re-purchase.  8.   This By-Lawshall take effect on the thirty-  flrct day of .1 uly, A. D. lc00.  NOTICE.  BRANCHES YEAR 1900���CANADA  IN PROA'INCE OF QUEBKC  MONTKKAL, H. V. MEKKDITH, Man-aokr  Montreal, AVest End, St. Catherine Street     Montreal. Seigneurs Street     Montreal, Point St. Charles  QUEBEC  IN PBOVINCE OF ONTARIO  Almonte      Deseronto      Lindsay    ��� Sarnia      Belleville      Fort William      London      Stratford      Brantford      Goderich      Petcrboro  Ottawa      St. Marys     Brockville     Guclph      Perth      Toronto     Toronto, Yongo SLreet     Chatham-     Hamilton  AVallaccburg      Cornwall      Kingston      Picton  IN PROA'INCE OF NEW BRUNSAVICK  Chatham      Fredoricton      Moncton      St. John  IN PROVINCE OF NOVA .SCOTIA "  Amherst     Halifax     Sydney  IN PROA'INCE OF MANITOBA AND NORTH AVESTERN PROVI.VCES  AVinnipeg      Calgary      Lethbridge      Regina  Greenwood ���  Nelson  m  IN PPtOA'INCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  New Denver      New AVestminster      Rossland       A'ancouver  NEWFOUNDLAND  St. John's       GREAT BRITAIN =   &LWdbn7^b~cliurclTLane, B.C., Alexander Lang, Manager  UNITED STATES  New York, 50 Wall Stroet, R. Y. Hebden and J. M. Grcata. Agents  Chicago, Corner LaSalle and Monroe Streets  Vernon      Vjctfo-lit  ffl '  i j  - i h  ffl  r''r  ���."'J  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  xa  ffl  ffl  -m  ?'c_i'i__<'c  xm  m  ffl  J��7  ?L-  - Take notice, That tho above is a truo copy of  tho proposed Uy-Law upoiv which the vote or the  Municinality will bo tnkcii for tho East AVard at,  the City Police Court Room on Josephine street,  ���for the AVest AVard-at the oflleo of llio Exchequer Gold Alining Co., on the nort|i side of Baker  street betwoon Stapler and Kootenay streets-, on  Wednesday, tho 18:h day of July, at 8o'clock in  the forenoon.  AV. K. AA'ASSON,  Acting City Clork.  Nolson, B. C, July Uh, WOO.  Charles D. J. Christie  GENERAL BROKER  i doors .wost of Dominion Express office  P. O. Box ��23.  Phones .-'Ofllce 117, House 152  Three six room Iiouhcs foi rent  Real estate in all parts of the city for salo  AGENT FOR S. S. KIMBALL'S SAFES  INSURANCE.  LOANS.  ZXZXZ-X_XZ3_-_ZZZZZ___-Z__ZZ_XZX____ZXX,  JUST   ARRIVED  A Car Load of  Allen's Apple Cider.  THORPE & CO.  llTTirTTrTTTTTTTTTTTITTTTTTllIIIllllTTTTTTTTTTTrTTTT^  E P. Whalley, J. P.  NOTARY PUBLIC  Office with C. AV. AVest & Co., corner HaU and  Baker streets.  ' City ofllce of tho Nelson Sodawatcr Factory.  Alex Stewart  Room 3, Turner & Boech Block.  NELSON.  Mines  Real Estate  Insurance  Loans  ��15 por month will rontnn 8-roomod houso.  FOR   SALE   CHEAP.  $225 (S50 cash, rest on time) will buy lot on Front  street, block 79.  SHOO (one-third cash, rest on time) will buy 3 lots  corner Mill and Cedar streets.  $100 ($25 cash, rest on lime), will buy lot in ttiir-  viow Addition.  SHOO, half cash, will buy 50 foot lot in tho Davies  Addition.  $1200, part cash, will buy 2 choice lots on Silica  street, block 13.  8400 ($100 oiiKh) will buy i lots corner Mill and  Fn.Ua streets.  $1000 cash down will buy 2 choice lots on Victoria  street.  $850 cish will buy cottago and lot on Stanley  street, block No. 13.  $850, part cash, will buy cottago and lot on Robson street, block 23, Addition A.  $1700 (3250 cash, rest easy terms) will buy cottage  and lot on Hall street.  A licensed hotel, also cottage and lot at Five-  mile Point.  ���1000 shares Big Horn stock, Simcoo Mining &  Development Company, Vmir, B. C.  Athabasca shares for salo.  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  DR. ALEX  FORIN  Okkick:  Houston Block.  NOTICE  OF  MEETING.  The Nelson plumbers, gas and steam fitters  union meets every second and fourth Friday at  tho Minors' Union hall at 8 p.m.  B. WEEKS, SocreUur pro torn.  MEALS  25  CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  25 CENTS TO |1  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  RESTAURANT  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  Ward Bros  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and'Heated with Hot Airi  '   Large comfortable bedrooms and  flrsb-cdasa  dining-room. Sample rooms for oommerolol man.  Cor. Baker and Hall Sts.  First-class tablo  R. tycR^E, Prop.  .A..   Jj]3srSTT��;A.j3.  Contracting Painters, Decorators, Paperhanrers.  Full lino of wall paper, mouldings, etc,  Kalso-  mining and Tinting.   Strictly Unit-class work.  Estimates furnishoa.  Residence Mill Street,   MPT QHKT    R   f!  Opposite School House   JN.E1L1OUJN, *����� V.  Lethbridge Gait Coal  Tho best value for tho money In the market  for all purposes.  raws cash     W. P. Tixbmxt. General Agent  Telephone 117.   Office with C. D. J. Christie.  RATES $2 PER DAY  Afjrs. E. G. Clarke, Prop.  LATE Or THE BOTAL HOTEL, CAMABT  Wjadden tyouse ^KNeW  The only hotel In Nelson that haa remalnefl  under one management since 1890. *  The bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted  by electricity.  The bar is always stocked hf the heat dom v  Uo and imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN. Pn**rH*W.  zsMmM^^iSB ~r-  TPIE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, FRIDAY JULY 6  1900  I it��'  l��2'-' S  l��v*- ?  Hi  *sg r *  i  IS),  I 1��H  11  i  5  In these goods we keep a full supply and are able to fill the largest orders without delay.   Take  a glance at our window anasee the largest assortment of assayers' supplies in Canada.  W. F. Teetzel Sc Co.  Victoria Block, Corner Baker and Josephine Streets.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  \if  to  _"__'_�����__-"��-'-t* m_ '__\''m.'__\'  ffl  to  to  it  \l  \r  \J)  ffl  to  to  to  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  to  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  _9?_9'0'0'?_9'0'0'0'0'0'0-fgg__  ESTABI/SHfP IN NELSON IN 1890. \\  iti  JACOB DOVER, JEWELER  AVe are once more before   yon.     We   are  headquarters   for  all  kinds     of     precious  _ jewels.    We   are   tip  to   date    in    designs  and   right- prices.    I  have the goods and I  "wan fc yon all' 1 o know:  I guarantee all goods  bought from n*e to compete in price and quality.with'the east  and the west. Call and inspect our diamonds, pearls, sapphire-*-  and rubies. They have no equal in British Columbia. I want  your patronage.    All goods bought from us are guaranteed. *  JACOB DOVER, The Jeweler  Nelson, British Columbia.  Our  watchmaking  and repairing depart-  workmen.  ment is strictly up to  date, and we are prepared to- repair every  and till kinds of watches.  Settings of every description made. Every description of repairing" done by competent ffl  Hail orders receive prompt attention.  Xti  ffl  to  to  to  to  iti  iti  to  ffl  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Jacob Dover, Jeweler  Baker   Street,   IVelson.  xti  to  to  to  to  to  to  V>  S'.. " __'J  '^i*__-^-z___'_-_���_��� _-zg_-_������_���!_}       __\'__\'^'-__'__^__\'^'__^._\'__\'___'_i-^-  ���j__t*b'?&-0-07S-0.0-0-0-0.0 C-*5-'��"-��P^*5,*��ff,^'-,5-���-��^'S5*  . . . WE   PRESENT . . .  To the visitors and people of Nelson the finest and choicest  of groceries to be seen in .      >  ines  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  -   We extend to all an invitation to call and inspect our stock during their stay here.  _ _.  The Western Mercantile Corrjpany, Limited  GROCERS  BAKER ST.  . NELSON  Just Received...  I. A large consignment of the latest  styles of hats, union and custom  made.   Clothing  for bargains  at  .. THEO MADSON'S  BAKER   STREET,   NELSON.  CLOTHING   HOUSE.  WHY BUY CANNED FRUITS?  We Have the Strawberries, Sugar,  and Fruit Jars.  P.O.BOX 176.  HOUSTON BLOCK.  Telephone 161.  Car Load of Lake of the Woods  Flour Just Received.  John t\. IrviqgA Co  Don't Imbibe Snakes  Lots of them In the city water.   Get one of our filters  on trial.   Prices 40 cents, $1.25 and $1.76.  OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE.  STRACHAN   BROTHERS.  ILLUMINATIONS  FOR  DOMINION DAY  Golored Lamps  In Red, Blue, Amber  and Green.  Kootenay Electric Snpply &  Construction Co. streSK  COAL!      COAL!  GREAT REDUCTION  $6.15  Hard Coal  Anthracite  TELEPHONE  33  ��9 65 f Crow's Nest  I Coal  DELIVERED  G. W. West & Co.  Arthur Gee  MERCHANT  TAILOR  "Removed to Bakor Street, opposite the Queon's  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  NELSON. B. C.  Coffee roasters and dealers In Tea and Coffee.  Offer fresh roasted coffee of best quality as  follows:  Java and Arabian Macha, per pound 9  40  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Fine Santos, 1 pounds  1 00  Santos Blend, 6 pounds  1 00  Our Special Blend, 6. pounds,...-.  1 00  Our Bio Roast, 6 pounds.....;...1 ���.. 1 00  A tiial order solicited.   Salesroom 2 doors east  ot Oddfellows block. West Baker street.  MONEY TO LOAN  CITY LOCAL NEWS  A number of tlio friends of  Thomas O'Brien, late foreman at  the Molly Gibson mine, are enquiring as to his whereabouts. He was  iast seen on Tuesday at 4 o'clock in  the afternoon, and while nothing  serious is apprehended some valuables belonging fco O'Brien are in  possession of friends who would  like to get rid of them.  ���The contract for the grading of  the C.'IVR. yard has been let to W.  P. Tierney & Co. The firm expect  to start work this morning with 20  men and ten teams on the new  channel for the creek. A number  of parties .residing' at the foot of  Baker street will have to seek new  quarters at once as the whole bluff  is to bo removed.  W. S. Piercey, whose house at the  corner of Cedar and Mill streets was  damaged last month by rocks from  a blast, is ' taking steps to collect  the damages, which lie places at  $30, from . Webb & Co, the contractors.  H. E. T. Haultain, manager of the  Yellowstone mine, leaves this morning on a holiday tour through Montana and Utah.  The management of the football  club received a telegraphic message  from O. Hamilton of Slocan City  yesterday,' asking if they would  play there on the 12tli for a* purse  of $200. An acceptance was wired  with the proviso that gold medals  for each of the players should be  substituted for the cash purse. "A  practice game for Monday night is  on the cards, the Nelson team to be  pitted against eleven professional  men.  The sub-committees in charge of  the various departments of the  celebrations have received their appropriations and are engaged ia.  settling up their accounts. The  general committee meets in a few  days to receive reports aud forward  the winding up of the demonstration business.  The third Canadian Military Rifle  Association match will' besliot at the  ranges tomorrow. The two teams  to represent the Nelson association  will be practically the same as heretofore and the members are requested to be on the ranges promptly. Tho window targets will  probably be used.  The Boundary district is making  preparations for sending exhibits  of ore to the forthcoming Winnipeg oxhihition. If the mine owners of this section intend to do likewise, they have kept it a profound  secret.  The Clara Mathes Company were  seen to advantage last night in  Lady Audley's Secret with Miss  Clara Mathes iu the title role. Miss  Mathes is a clever and sympathetic  actress, and is making many new  friends in addition to the many  who admired her during her previous visits to Nelsou.  Morris -on the.. Buffalo and Jewel;*  Locations, the Pomona on Forty-  nine creek by Thomas Rendall, the  Mineral Hill on Forty-nine creek by  Harry C. Atkin; the Fino on Ben  Hassan mountain by Thomas Kane,  the Little Bear one mile south of  Kootenay Crossing on the C. P. R.  by J. J. Rosengren; the Delaware  on Whisky creek by J. McLaughlin.  Action Against Minnesota Silver Co.  George F. Bartlett of Butte, Montana, returned home yesterday  after spending several days in the  city. He is a member of the firm  of Bartlett & Overstrong, mining  engineeis and architects of Butte,  and prior to his departure instructed Taylor & Hauniugton to  enter au action against the Minnesota Silver Company, mauaged" by  P. J. Hickeyof. Sandon,' to collect a  balance of account of ..$923 for services rendered,,in' connection with  the construction'of the 100-ton concentrator afc Sandon, erected to  handle ore from the Ivanhoe mine.  Damages are also asked for wrongful dismissal as^such. architects and  superintendent,* plaintiffs claiming  a contract covering the superin tendency of the entire eonstriicfcioih, and  exhibit a dismissal in a letter dated  Juue 2lst in which their services  are referred to irr favorable terms,  the alleged reason for dismissal be^  ing that of ecbhtoihy. ,   :  Inland Revenue Beturns.  The inland revenue returns liko  everything else, bear witness to the  steady growth of Nelson, and of  the district of which Nelsou is tho  center. The returns for the mouth  of June and the. .fiscal year ending  Juue 30th follows. , A table giving  the inland revenue returns for the  last six years is also appended, aud  the figures . speak eloquently of  Nelson's progress.  FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE.  Spirits   Malt   Tobacco..  Raw Leaf  Cigars  Licenses.  S2.G99 50  48000  '  368 00  ' 100 90  233 00  330 00  $1,_0. 10  Total ��� ....:.....-..  Returns for the year ending June  30,1900.      .....  Spirits  $39,010 30  Malt :.'.'. .-.'..'..' - 4.058 7.1  Tobacco :...;���-.,.,.���;.....,  0,238 27  Raw Leaf....; ."....."...: *.  1,150 20.  Cigars....- ':'.:���: :���.:....'.:  3,7157 10  Licenses..., T,...:.- ���.  380 00  Petroleum Inspection'.'...'.'.' '.  44 GO  Total.  ."855,259 22  The returns' 'for..the lasfc six years  are:  ,-'... ,'/'.".   :.."',   . ;.,,. ,.  .      .....  i89i-'95..'. ..'..:... r..:...;-..:.: $14,810 74  1895-'9fi... t,.. *...::,.,r.p-r.......'. .-...-.-..-.. -.37,170 19  i89o-'��7'.'....'..':..':.:.'..... .-':���.:::.:....-..." zr.mn  18��7-'98 ���.-.-..-. :     28,268 tH-  i8��)8-'J)8.: : :::...::;..::.:    .11,12720  i899-'00 :...: .:..   55,259 22  ON  AT 7 PER CENT  BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply G. h. LENNOX, Solicitor, Nolson B. C  Street Railway for Grand Forks,  Jay P. Graves, general manager  of the Granby smelter, has submitted a proposition for the acquisition of the city of Grand Forks'  waterworks and electric light plants  for 25 years. Mr. Graves offers to  pay the city $70,000, besides expending $30,000 iu improvements to  both systems. He also seeks to acquire exclusive privileges for a  similar period. The various proposed bylaws giving effect to these  proposed agreements will be voted  on shortly, the city couucil of  Grand Forks having preliminarily  approved them. Mr. Graves has  also submitted a proposition to the  city of Columbia for providing  waterworks, electric lights and a  trolley for. that city. He seeks in  return a bonus of $30,000. .  Yesterday's Mining Becords.  Yesterday's mining records were:  Transfers, a quarter interest in the  Gold  Dyke mineral claim on Six-  mile creek, by Charles Munroe to  George G. Thurman and Jesse Graham.    T.  P.  Moran  filed a notice  that lie was the owner of a quarter  interest in the  Britisher and Red  Bird claims on Falls creek.    Certificates of work, to G.  R. G.  O'Driscoll on the Royal Irish, to W. W.  Carlisle on the Amethystine, to D.  J.Steele on  the Knight of Forty-  nine, to W. J.  Caldwell and J. J.  Hawkins   on  the Monarch, to IT.  Schneider on the Granite, Blue Jay  and Yankee Girl,  to 0. W. Mount  ou the Hunter, to Thomas Kane on  the   Control  Fractional,   to  Mike  .   Grand Forks-Not to Blame.!' }  . There are certain features in connection with r.phe,; ��� Nelsou-Grand  Forks football' fiasco, which have  not been explaiued as yet, and  which, when Brought to light, will  undoubtedly result iu the local  press withdrawing all their, criticisms anent the Grand Fork's team's  action in the matter, Ifc is now  asserted that only three football  men from the Forks were in Nelson,  and that only one of the trio heard  anything of the game, while his information was. gained from the  dodger advertising the , alleged  match. Apparently the club was  hoaxed,.andan.Jnvestigation is under way to locate the offenders.  The club is out.$25 or $30 over the  transaction. , The management absolve the picked team as well as  Grand Forks from all blame in the!  matter.   ,'....- ';��� ''.":.'-,���/��� .  .'   ...      .   .-'...  Boston' Bloomers < Coming.  The Boston ,'Bloomers, Ladies  Champion Baseball Club, will play  the Nelson team on Sunday, the  15th insfc. This' will be one of the  most interesting games of the season. The Boston Bloomers consist  of twelve ladies' from various 'met-  Nelsov- '������ O^0Fftv Hoiise  TONIGHT   AT   8:30.  ESTABLISHED 1892  H.   BYERS   &  HARDWARE  CO,  ESTABLISHED 1892  Garden, Mill,  Steam  Hose.  Crucible   Cast   Steel  5-16 to 1-in. in  and  Suction  Wire  stock.  Rope  Leather and  Rubber Belting.  Sheet, Square and Round Rubber  Flax and Garlock Packing  Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Rails  Black and Galvanized Sheet Iron  Soft Steel Plates  1-8, 3-16 and 1-4 x 72, 96 and 120  Agents���Truax Oro Curs, Giant Powder, and Metropolitan Fuse, etc.  H. BYERS & CO.  NELSON  KASLO  SANDON  ropolitan cities, who have been engaged to travel with this organization. Each of those ladies is a ball  player'in-every sense of the word,  and all who witness the game will  be surprised to see the manner in  which these ladies handle the ball.  They are travelling in their own  special car under the management  of W. K Needham. This will be  the event of the season and will afford the amusement seekers of this  city the only opportunity of witnessing this novel and interesting  game. "  HOTEL   ARBIVALS.  At the Phair.���J. W. Harvey  England; G. A. Kirk, Victoria; W.  F. Hunt, Bounington Falls.  At the Hume.���J. J. Southcott,  Victoria; F. H. Stirling, Philadelphia. D. W. Moore, Trail; T. F.  Porter, Omaha; H. F. Jackson, Spokane; H. B. De Ford, Spokane; J.  A. Dunsmore, Columbia; W. S.  Johnson, Slocan City.  At the Queen's.���F. L. Marshall,  Rossland; A. P. Gillies, Comaplix;  Miss McHugh, Rossland; A. J. Mc-  Dougald, Cody; Miss Ida Schwinky,  Salmo; T. J. Boty, Slocan City.  McKiniey Sends Condolences.  Washington, July 5.���The president has sent the following message of condolence to the emperor  of Germany: "Washington, July  5.���To his'imperial aud royal majesty, William II, Berlin. The confirmation of the murder of your  majesty's minister in Pekin leads  me to tender to your majesty and  to the family of Baron Kettler,-my  sorrowful condolence and those of  the American people. Signed William McKiniey."  BUSINESS   MENTION.  For   Sale���At    a    bargain,   one  thousand Big Horn treasury shares.    Address  '������Mining',"'fnbuno ofllce. . ..  Wanted���Bell boy at Phair.  -  Carpenters   Wanted���Ten   good  carpenters wanted at once, nt Iranhoc concentrator.   Apply I*. J. Ilickoy, Sandon, 11. C.  For sale or rent���the B. C. Hotel,  at Erie, 11. C.   Terms reasonable.   Apply to Joe  Campbell, Kiic.'li. C.  Wanted���Good   steady   man   to  act as night porter at the Phair hotel.  Five-room house and lot for sale.  Price $150.   Apply to Nolson Bazaar, Tremont  block.  Furnished rooms   to let���Apply  Carney block, one door east of Oddfellow's hall.  Hack   calls left at   the   Pacific  Transfer   barn , on Vernon street. _ Telephone  call 35.  For Rent���Dwelling on Carbonate  street, .-next to ex-mayor Neelands,  pos^ossion  July 1st; rent $23.   Knquirc Mrs. Robinson.  J. E. ANNABLE  GENERAL BROKER  Refrigerators  Prices from $10 to $30  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  xti  to  to  to  ���<__-��_f\'<�����<__��� _-*?���_*���       ������;������}���������*������>>*a��.�����>,a**3r,a S"S"  .**���<��..��?: ST <-..C-S"* -0-0^_��-0-0-^-_m<-0- 0-0-  Telephone IO.  s*  185 Baker Street.  KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.  We have removed our place of business  fbrf'the next few months to the old Burns  shop, next to the Nelson Hotel, where we  to   hope to see all our old customers and many  xti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  new ones.   Give us a call.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  Telephone 10  185 Baker Street  ffl  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  ffl  ���**;>�������������������*����� ���*j��>-'3t-*y-*^-ac^,'-^ ' 0.0.0.0���__���__-_t-_Z-<g-_X-_X- 0^0^  _9'0^9-0-0-0^9- 0-0-0 ?j!.5.S|-��'C<C-C'C-��'6.>��'  We have just received a large consignment of Stetson hats in all the latest shapes and styles, also hats from  some of the best English makers, includings Christy's celebrated hard hats, which we are selling at prices to suit  everybody.    The Nelson  Clothing House  Throe dwelling houses for sale on easy terms.  One lot  on  Stanley  street, opposite Royal  hotel, for sale at a bargain.  One seven-roomed house and one three-room'  house for rent.  See ANNABLE  EVERY   DAY  AT   THE  CmjbHotel  BIG   SCHOONER  Beer or Half-and-half only_  FRESH  10c  COOL  The only good Beor in Nelson  SMOKE  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  Palace Meat Market'E- J- CURRAN, Prop  ���  mimwv   H|VUk    ll|UI I^Vl. Corner.Stanley and Silica Stnjot*.  Headquarters     , ��  for all kinds of  Fresh and Cured Meats.  Clara Mathes'  Big Gpmedy  Company  East   Lyrine.  A feature will ��� bo mado of the poultry and  f'anie trado.  Thoy will always be on hand dur-  ng their season.'  ���. > ��� .  J. L.  PORTER, Prop.  169 Josophino St. between Baker and Vernon.  Telephone 189.'  Corporation  of the City of Nelson  NOTICE.  R. REISTERER & CO'  BREWERS AND BOTTIJER8 OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  And High-Class  Vaudeville  Popular    Prices  Public Notice is hereby given that*, the votes of  tho electors will be taken on the following Bylaws, viz:  By-law No. 68. A By Law to raise 315,000.00 to  extend the waterworks syctem.     .  By-Law No. (j9 A By-Law to raise 815,000/0 to  extend and improve tho Blectric Light System.  By-Law No. 70 A By-Law to raise $20,000.00 to  ex'end the S-'owage Sy-tem.  By-Law No. 71. A By-Law to raise ?20,000.00 to  improve the streets. .  By-Law No 72. A By-Law to raise $6,000.00 to ���  purchase a road making plant.  On Thursday, the-18th day, of July, 1900, between the hours of 8 o'clock a.m, and i o'clock  p.m. .''���'���  The votes of tho electors for the East Ward  will bo taken atthe city police court room on  Josephine street! and the votes of the electors for  the West Ward at the office of the Exchequer  Gold Mining Company.on tho north sideof Baker  street between Stanley street and Kootenay  street.  Any male or female being of the fulLngo of  twonty-ono years who is tho assessed owner of  land or real property within the municipality  shall have a vote either confirming or negativing  tho said By-Laws in each ward in which ho or she  may bo assessed for land or property. By order  W. K. WASSON.  .Acting City Clerk and Jtieturning Officer.  Nelson,B.C.,July4Ui, 1800. . . ..    .  delivery to the trade     Brewery at Nelson  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Victoria and Kootenay Streets'.  P. O. Box ��S9. TELEPHONIC NO.  fl5  Kootenay Cigar Mfg. Co.  NELSON', BRITISH COLUMBIA  Notice of Application for a   Certificate of Improvements.  Broken Hill Mineral Claim, situate in tub  Ainsworth  Minino   Division   ok  West  Kootenav District', and located about  two miles 80ut1iwest ok ainsworth, ai>-  joininb tiik Arkansas, United and Union  Mineral Claims. '  Take notico that I. R. K. Young, (acting as  agent for E. J. Roberts, froo miner's certilicato  special No. 081, and   Anna  C.   Buckley,   froo  miner's certilicato No. 11. 11307) free miner's cor  tillcato No. B. 1.1,416, intend, sixty days from tho  date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder for  a cortillcale^of improvements, for the purpose o  obtaining a crown grant of tho above claim.  And further tako notico that action, under see.  tion 37, must bo commenced before tho issuanco  of such certilicato of improvements.  Dated this 24th day of Aoril, A. D.. 1900.  ���     R. K. YOUNG. P.L.S,  A  NOTICE.  Notico is hereby given that I intend to apply at  the fii 8t meeting of the board of license commissioners for the city of Nelson held thin y days  after the date hereof, for leave to transfer tho  license-now held by merfor an: hotel known as  the N'elson House, situate on lot 10 block 1, to A.  H. Clements and Robert Reisterer.  S. WHITE.  Dated this 2nd day of June, 1900.  NOTICE OF MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS.  Notice is hereby given that upon the 23rd day  of July, A. D., 1900. at ]0 o'clock a. m. at tho company's office in Nelson, B. C. there will be held a.  meeting of the stockholders of the Goldendale  Mining_ Company, a corporation, for tho purpose  of considering a proposition to sell the Golden-  dale and Young Dominion mineral claims (crown  granted); sit uate abou t four miles south of Nelson,  British Columbia in West Kootenay Mining District, British Columbia, to pay tho outstanding  indebtedness of said company.  GOLDENDALE MINING COMPANY.  By E. D. Ids, Secretary.  Dated this Uth day of Juno, A. D, 1900.  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  the 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 inoludes the fundamental  and higher branches of thorough English -luca-  tion: Business course���bookkeeping, stenography and typewriting. Science course���music;  vocal and instrumental, drawing, oto. Plain art  and needlework, etc.  _ For terms and particulars apply to the Sister  Superior.  To   Mine  Managers  and  Ore  Shippers.  W. Pcllew Harvey, F. C. S., assayer in charge  of the provincial government assay oflice, will  act as shippers' representative at any Coast  smelter, to receive, weigh, sample and check  pulps and to generally look after the interests of  the miners. Terms made on the basis of tonnage  handled. Apply for particulars to him at  Vancouver, B. C.  W. Starmer S��r]ith & Co.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Office Ward Stroet Opposite Opera House  l&Bi��__-��+-  ragfw7-  ������' ������"*"���

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