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Array DAILY  EDITION   BY  MAIL  FIVE   DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR  NELSON:  FBIDAY MOJINING JUNE 29 J 900.  PEIOE FIVE CENTS  ipx---  :xiixxx:zi:xx:xxzx:xzxxzxxxxxxz*:xzzxzix_ixx:ruj nzxxzxzx-x���TrxirTTiriirixzzxxxxsriTizixxxxxx_ii~xxx_o  ___-  ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE PUBLIC.  Jn order to better advance the commercial interests of Nelson,  nnd at the same time give tiie reading public a better news service,  tho owners of the Miner and Tiik Tribune have arranged that the  former shall take the evening field and the latter the morning field,  ���exclusively. The Tribune will bo published every morning as at  piesent, that is,.every morning except Sunday, and the Miner every  nf cernoou except Sunday. This will enable Nelson to supply all the  country tributary with the latest news. The Miner will reach points  on Kootenay lake within four hours after it is published, Boundary  points within .six hours, and points on the Crow's Nest road and on  the Columbia river within ten hours. The Tribune will reach all  points in the Slocan, Nelson and Boundary districts upou the same  day as published.  This arrangement will go into effect on "Wednesday, July 4tli.  MINER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANY,  "By D. J. Beaton, Manager.   .  THE TRIBUNE ASSOCIATION, Limited,  By John Houston, Manager. t  izzzr.zxxxzzzzzzzxzxxxzzxzzxzzzzzzzzzzzzzzxzz-zxzzzzzxzj IZZZZZZZ_Z_ZZZXZXZX_X-_XZZ___ZX__-_Z__X_____ZZ_______S  WAR HOSPITALS IN AFRICA  SITUATION_AT_ SHANGHAI  Exodus of Chinese.  London, June 28.���The magnitude of the arrangements Japan is  making suggests provision against  contingencies other than the suppression of present disturbances in  China. She has chartered 19 additional transports and has now 25  iu all.  It is  thought at Shanghai  that  now that Tien Tsin is relieved, the  '   combined international  forces  will  have no difficulty in reaching  Pekin, though it is expected it will be  .���foufid that all the  foreigners  have  already left.    It is claimed that the  reports an to  the  damage done at  - Tien Tsin and the casualties among  -the foreign forces have been highly  colored.  The- exodus of Chinese -from  Shanghai is unabated. Every  steamer i_, thronged and the au-  ��� - .lidrities havc been obliged" to resort to the use of the fire hose to  prevent the fugitives from overcrowding the vessels. The commander of the' British first-class  cruiser .Undaunted, however, has  . landed largo supplies of rifles and  ammunition, and guns have been  placed in position at commanding  points, with the result that the  foreigners are confident they can  overcome any attack on the settlement, into which tho foreigners  from the out stations are rapidly  congregating.  According to a dispatch from New  Chwang, the Russians there are  barely able to cope with the situation. The Chinese, it appears, are  are burning all the railroad  .'''material, killing isolated Russians  at every opportunity and destroying the coal mines;  The St. James Gazette expresses  theopinLonJihatJChinaJs-iiteachin g_  America the impossibility of a great  trading nation avoiding imperialism," adding: "America's experience will teach her it is not the  desire to grab distant lands, but  ���unavoidable destiny, that drives  Great Britain ever forward. Washington has no choice bnt to protect  the imperilled American citizens  and having once intervened in  China to protect her interests she  shall uover be able to shake from  her shoes the dust of the celestial  empire."     Got Lots of Sympathy.  New York, June 28.���Abraham  Fischer, A. D. Wolmarans audC. If.  Wessels, the Boer envoys, sailed  for Europe on the steamship  L'Aquitaiue today. "We are indeed gratified with the reception  which has been given us in this  country," said Mr. Fischer, "we feel  that the people of the American  republic sympathize with us in the  struggle we are making in South  Africa. Everywhere we have received expressions of that sympathy. The Boers are still fighting  for their independence and they  aro hopeful of the result."  Boy Burglar Sentenced.  Niagara Falls, June 28.���Edward Baker, the 19-year-old burglar who Avas arrested by detective  JJoyninhan last evening for burglarizing the Michigan Central station at Niagara Falls Centre the  night of the 19th inst., had his  trial this morning before magistrate Logan, and was found guilty  on two indictments. He will serve  a term of one year and 364 days in  tlio Central prison, and a second  term of six months.  MINISTERS' FATE DOUBTFUL  Li's Dispatch Not Believed.  Washington, June 28.���The day's  developments   in    Chinese    affairs  were meagre, and the general opinion here is that the two  messages  received, one from Kempff and the  other from Li Hung Chang, could  not be accepted as  settling the important question as to the fate of  the foreign ministers at Pekin and  their families  and  attaches.    The  secretary of the navy, by special  instruction  of  the president,  had  been   particular to  cable admiral  Keniff several days ago to keep the  navy   department     informed :  of  everything that happened within  the     zone     of     disturbance     in  Chiua,     and     it      is     . believed  that   . his     omission     to     make  any   reference   in   his   cablegram  this morning as to the whereabouts  of the  ministers, was based  upon  the.absence of any, information  on  -that subject  at- Taku,'--where tho  admiral  is -with   his  flagship, the  Newark.     Aud  iP no information  could bo had at Taku, only thirty  miles  down   the river   from   Tien  'Tsin, of the presence of the ministers in admiral Seymour's  column,  but eight miles distant, the officials  here cannot   understand  how any  other government could have superior facilities, and so they felt justified  in waiting . for  further advices before accepting the Chinese  statements on that point as  accurate.  Minister Wu, who brought Li's  message to the state department,  coidd not explain away the points  of variance between the viceroy's  statements and the cable messages  received from other sources. However, he pinned his faith to the  accuracy of them, and pointed out  that it agreed closely with admiral  Kempff's   messageL_jpf yesterday,  stating that the miuisters were reported to be with Seymour.  The navy department has had  further communication with admiral Kempff iu the shape of two  messages, one touching on the  strength of the foreign forces ashore  in China, and another which the  officials stated had no bearing upon  the military situation, but in  neither was there any mention of  the ministers.  One consideration which makes  against the acceptance by the officials of the assurance of minor Chinese officials, including Li Hung  Chang and minister Wu, that a  state of war does not exist, is the  fact that Mr. Conger is not permitted to communicate with his government by the same means era-  ployed by the Tsung Li. Yamen in  getting news to the outside world,  leading to a suspicion that he has  not that perfect liberty which  marks the existence of a state of  peace.  It is possible that the Chinese  government may be able to offer a  satisfactory explanation on this  point, but at present the officials  say our future relations with China  depend altogether upon what minister Conger has to say when he is  finally brought again in touch with  the state department.  Tenders for Gaol Supplies.  Government agent Turner has  decided that the tenders of the following named were the lowest for  supplies for the provincial goal at  Nelson for the year ending June 30,  1901: For coal, W. P. Tierney; tor  meat, West Kootenay Butcher Company; for bread, R. G. Joy; for groceries, Kirkpatrick & Wilson.  Alleged Exposures.  London, June 28.���The exposures  regarding the hospitals in South  Africa, which began with a three-  column letter in the Times Monday  from W. A. Burdett-Coutts, Conservative member of parliament for  Westminster, detailing the great  suffering endured by soldiers owing  to mismanagement, led to a number  of questions in the house of commons today, in response to which  the government leader, A. J. Balfour, the first lord of the treasury,  made a long statement, during the  course of which he said that so far  as the government was aware, not  any of the sufferings of the sick ��� or  wounded were due to the insufficiency in the supplies furnished.  He then proceeded to read extracts from correspondence with  lord Roberts on the same subject,  in which the British commander-in-  chief in South Africa dwelt on the  difficulties of transport owing to  his rapid advance. He could quite  understand that people imperfectly  experienced in these matters were  concerned at hearing of the hardships the sick and wounded had to  undergo. He said he did not wish  to shirk from responsibility or  screen any one, and suggested that  a committee of medical men and  persons of sound- common sense  : proceed to South Africa to investigate the charges.  Mr. Balfour informed the house  that the government agreed to the  appointment of an independent  committee as suggested by lord  Roberts, and he would propose a  nominal grant for the army medical  corps so that the house would have  an opportunity to thresh out the  matter.  London, June 28.���The war office  has issued the correspondence with  lord Roberts regarding the charges  of Mr. Burdett-Coutts. On June  4th his. attention was called in  brief telegrams to the allegations,  and also to. other complaints of a  -general break down in the hospital  system. Two days later he replied  in part as follows:  "The principal medical officer reported that the arrangements at  Kroonstadt were in all respects in  good order, and lord Methuen said  they were thoroughly satisfactory.  I was deeply distressed at being  unable to make suitable arrangements for the sick on our first arrival at Kroonstadt, but it is obvious  that a certain amount of suffering  is inseparable from the rapid advance of a large army into an  enemy's country."  On June 20 the war office cabled  lord Roberts that, disquieting reports regarding the hospitals were  accumulating, and asking him if  anything could be done and particularly whether more nurses were  needed.  On June 25 lord Roberts replied,  .saying=that5=he-did=not=wish=to=  shirk responsibility or to screen the  shortcomings of the medical corps,  and he suggested a committee of  inquiry.  He said that there had been an  abnormal number of sick at Bloemfontein due to the exhausting nature of the march, and the terribly  unsanitary conditions at the camp  at Paardeburg, where the only water available for drinking flowed  from the Boer camp higher up,  where the river was crowded with  decomposing animals and also with  a considerable number of wounded  after the fight on March 10.  To improvise accommodations at  Bloemfontein for such a number,  which had become 7,000 before he  left Bloemfontein, was no easy task,  said lord Roberts. No tents were  carried and the public buildings had  to be turned into hospitals.  In three months there had been  6,739 admissions to the hospital of  patients suffering from enteric  fever, while the deaths numbered  1,370, about 21 per cent.  Lord Roberts observed that he'  did not know whether this would!  be an abnormal rate in a civil hospital in peace times, but if the rate  were abnormal, it was due to the  exhausted state of the men, and not  to the neglect of the medical corps.  Adansis. Cobina vFoli, heir to  "Adam's stool," is a'prisouer of the  British. He professes loyalty. The  revolt, he says, has been simmering  for a year. All the tribes except  the Bekwais, according to his account, object to paying British  taxes. He says the golden stool is  made of wood covered with thin  gold plates."  ADMIRAL SEYMOUR IS SAVED  . Never Got to Pekin.  Ciibpoo, June 28, via Shanghai,  noon.���Admiral Seymour's expedition has been relieved, having failed  to connect with Pekin.- There is no  news from Pekin. >. The Russian  general, Schlelle, commanding the  combined forces of 10,000 men, is  supposed to be proceeding to Pekin.  Admiral Seymour's expedition is  returning to Tien Tsin. His force  has suffered greatly. It is estimated that from 40,000 to 00,000 Chinese troops are now before Pekin.  Boxers from all sections are swarming there.  The Russian general in command  of the relief force had decided, in  view of Saturday's heavy fighting  and marching, that one day's rest  for the troops was essential, and  that the advance should not be resumed until today.. Meanwhile  admiral , Seymour's... heliograph  flashed a message that 'his position  was desperate and that he could  only hold out two days. The relief  started at dawn.  OITY   LOCAL   NEWS.  S. A. Heybridge, of Slocan Junction, was before E. A. Crease,  stipendiary magistrate, yesterday,  upon a charge of violating the game  laws in having exposed for sale a  portion of a deer during the close  season. The complaint was laid by  constable Alan Forrester of Robson.  G. A. S. Potts appeared for the  accused, and after the evidence of  one witness was taken the case was  enlarged till. Wednesday morning.  Taylor & Hannington have issued  a writ in the supreme court, on behalf "of. J. BoiTcIiier*"a'rid"~"others,  against Harry J.' McCuIloch, mining  broker. <The plaintiffs are owners  of the Beatrice mine in the Lardo  district, and are suing to have removed from the records a document  of option, obtained by defendant  from Bouchier, on the ground that  it was not properly executed and is  a cloud on the title.  The Rifle association has decided  to double the width of the butts at  the rifle ranges and to replace the  revolving targets with window  targets.  Mrs. James Black and family,  Carbonate street, leffc last night to  join Mr. Black in Winnipeg, where  they will reside in future.  Rev. Father Welsh of Rossland  was in the eity this week. He left  yesterday for a trip to his home in  England, and will be succeeded  temporarily by Rev. Father Ward,  =Sf-J?ror'"SpokTtne^ ^       .     ���    .  BASEBALL CLUB FIXTURES  Various Sporting Notes.  Tho baseball club is practising  regularly aud will be in good trim  for the matches next week. Their  opponents during the celebration  will be the Rossland team, which is  ��aid to have been strengthened at  various weak points by the addition of several crack men. The  visitors will be stronger than when  Nelson beat them out on their own  grounds a few weeks since. The  Spokane team will not be here next  week, having home games on with  the Stanford College team from  California. The Stanfords may  visit Nelson before returning south.  The Boston Bloomers outfit may be  here for a game in the lasfc week of  next month. Their advance agent  has notified manager Waterman  that he will run over from Spokane  on July lofch to discuss the matter  of arranging a match.  IHIIITrilllimillUimmmnTlTTTIlIIITtllHUIIII rllllT.niiilnr.nrmiTT-ilirTnunii....  EX-GOVERNOR M'INNES WILL NOT OPPOSE J. H. TURNER j  Attributes His Mistakes to Ottawa.  In the 100-yards race for grocers'  clerks, for which T. H. Brown is  giving a silver cup as first prize, a  second prize has now been offered  by an anonymous giver. It consists of a box of cigars.  As. the Spokane team cannot  come hero during the celebration,  an attempt is being-made to get the  nine from Colfax, Wash., to play  here instead. If this can be mana-  aged there will be three teams in  the competition, Nelson, Rossland  and Colfax. The last named nine  aro said to be a fast lot.  the TrouWe.  .���A dispatch to.  Woman Oauses  London, June 28  the Daily Express from Prahsu,  dated Saturday, says: "The brain  aud inspiration of the Ashanti rebellion is the aged queen of Ofesu.  Although old she is full of physical  energy. She carries a gun herself  and personally leads 1,000 picked  hunters. Her personal confederate  is   the  old,  blind, crafty Icing of  The 40,000 ties required for track-  laying on the Balfour extension,  have been cut and are ready for  use. The government tax on the  timber amounted to $4,000.  The Fern Gold Mining Company  has temporarily suspended operations, which will not be resumed  until some extensive prospecting  with the diamond drill has been  completed.  The children of the Nelson public  school went out to a picnic at Lake  park yesterday afternoon. There  ,were three carloads of the youngsters, and they thoroughly enjoyed themselves.  The closing exercises of the summer tgrm of the Nelson public  school will be held this afternoon  in the school house at 2 o'clock.  All parents and friends of the children are invited to attend.  James Clarke, a son of Mrs. E. C.  Clarke of the Queens hotel, returned yesterday from Loyola College,  Montreal, to spend the holidays  here.  L. L. Merrifield left for Toronto  last night after a stay of several  months in the city. He is interested in the "Venus and Alhambra  mining companies.  T. A. Kelly, steward of the Moyie,  left yesterday on a two week's trip  to the Coast. Charles Prosser is  filling the vacancy.  The most unique display ever  made in a Nelson show window can  be seen at the southwest corner of  Baker and Josephine streets. Ifc is  a display that goes to show that  Nelson is the one place in British  Columbia where everything needed  by an assayer can be obtained. The  display is made by W. F. Teetzel  &Co.  The secretary of the Dominion  Day celebration committee received  a telegram from Vancouver yesterday saying that the Vancouver  team had started for Nelson. They  will'arrive in Nelson tonight and  will make the Hume hotel their  headquarters while here.  Recent arrivals from Rossland  state a large nuinbei* of Rosslanders are coming over to take in the  Dominion Day sports here. Every-,  thing points to a record attendance  and a bumper celebration next  Monday and Tuesday.  As there has been some enquiry  as to when the entries close for the  vaiious sporting events during the  Dominion Day celebration, it may  be said that, with the exception of  the drilling contest and of the four-  oared races, competitors can enter  on the ground up to the time of the  races starting.  MANY CHRISTIANS IN PERIL  Builders of Taku Forts.  Berlin. June 28.���The Cologne  Volks Zeitung has received a cablegram saying the situation in the  mission districts in the southern  part of the province of Shan Tung  js now extremely threatening. JPro^  "vicar Frienandomatz telegraphs  from Zeining on the grand canal  that the missionaries there are  without protection and their lives  are in great danger. According to  the same paper, there are in Pekin  110,000 Catholics, with 25 Catholic  missionaries and one hundred Protestant missionaries. Tho Volks  Zeitung expresses astonishment  that none of these people have been  able to send news to the coast.  General A'on Dcunekin, formerly  military instructor in the Chinese  army, replying to a statement in  the English press that the Taku  forts were built by German engineers, say they were built by  Chinese mechanics aud afterwards  remodelled by Americans.  The Vorwaorts complains that  the German government is taking  all the various steps in China without consulting the reichstag, which  is now adjourned; whereas the  British and French parliaments are  in session, and the governments of  London and Paris must make reports to them upon the progress of  events.    It adds:  " It is high time that our people  recognized the danger threatening  them and that they called the government to a strict account."  Victoria, June 28.���[Special to The Tribvne.]���In a letter to the  Martinite executive declining to be a candidate in opposition to  Turner, ex-governor Mclnnes says:',  "For ten months the province has been in a condition of political  unrest, and business interests, particularly in regard to mining', industries, have been seriously affected in consequence. Over nine  months ago I urged upon my then ministers the advisability of an  immediate session, or an immediate general election, in order to- end.  the political uncertainty then existing. The Ottawa government,  however, by a wholly unwarranted exercise of power, against which  I protested, forbade me to interfere with the time at which my ministers saw fit to summon the legislature. At whose instigation, and  in whose interests they saw fit to do this, I do not say, but it was  certainly not in the interests of the people of the province. And  when one whom they chose to treat as a political enemy was called  upon, they expected me to adopt an altogether different attitude toward him.  "Had my hands not been tied by Ottawa instructions the political turmoil of the last nine months would, in all probability, have  ended long ago. But, be that as it may, the fact remains that the  province has just gone through an exhausting and unsettling political campaign, and I believe it to be nowin the interests of -all that  until the present government has had time to pass the necessary estimates and private legislation and to enunciate their policy, they  should not be opposed.-    - '  "Moreover, in this particular case, I could hardly bring myself  to oppose a minister on his bye-election for the very office to which  I myself had sworn and appointed him. For these reasons I have also  declined to allow myself to be nominated for South Victoria and  South Nanaimo."  XXXXXXXXXXI-XI  xninif  KILLING NATIVE CHRISTIANS  ������������ _  Dead General Cashiered.  Vancouver, June .28.���According to Shanghai papers received by  the steamer Empress of China today the first legation guards to enter Pekin were the Americans from  .the/cruiser Newark.  Dispatches to Yokohama on Juue  13, from Pekin on June 13, state  that the slaughter and pillaging of  the native converts was being continued wifch increased violence. Sn  one station of the American Methodist mission ten Christians were  killed, most of them women and  children. A station of tho American  board mission Avas destroyed and  everyone there killed. Native  adherents of the church of England  have also been killed, but the names  of none of these victims are yet to  hand, except that madame Aztier  and Messrs. Ossent and Cadu are  reported as among tho foreign victims of the Boxers, without stating  their station locations.  Brigadier general Yang, who was  ambushed and murdered near Pao  Ting Fu while en route to inyesti-  gate ajcase_of^reported^m.urdei*wof=  Christians, is to be cashiered in  spite of his death, the charge  against him being disobedience of  orders in that he had been ordered  to investigate and "not come to  blows with the mob."  Hill Controls Northern Pacific.  Minneapolis, June 27. ��� The  Times publishes a special from New  York, obtained from an authoritative source, saying that James J.  Hill has finally secured control of  the Northern Pacific.  Yale Beats Harvard.  Nkw London, Conn., Juno 28.���  The official time of the 'varsity race  was, Yale 21:12 4-5, Harvard  21:37 2-5.  Boers Want Leniency.  New York, June 28.���A dispatch  to the Tribune from London says:  Martinus Pretorius, the first president of the Transvaal, in an interview with the Express correspondent in Potchefstroom, said that he  had never been in favor of the war,  and he had in fact told president  Kruger so. He is of the opinion  that the burghers will settle under  the British rule if leniency is shown  toward them. Mr. Reitz is reported  to have stated that the Boers are  in a position to carry on a guerilla  warfare for three months or longer.  Jeffrie- May Fight Buhlin.  New York, June 28.���James Jeffries, the champion pugilist, states  that he will fight Ruhlin on August  25th, provided his arm, which has  been in a plaster cast for treatment  since May 27th, is in condition at  that time. In any event he will  give Ruhlin the first chance.  Troops From India,  London, June 28.���India is sending eight battalions of infantry, a  cavalry regiment, artillery and engineers to China as a fighting force,  besides two battalions to guard  communications.  Queen's Present to Dublin.  London, June 29.���The queen  will present to the municipality of  Dublin in memory of her recent  visit a gold loving cup, weighing  160 ounces.  BOERS WERE BEATEN TWICE  Affairs of Outposts.  London, June 29.���2:30 a. m.-P-  Lord Roberts has sent bulletins of-  two small fights occurring on. June  26 and 27, in which the Boers were  discomfited. In a dispatch f!���������>__  Pretoria,'dated.'y-Sterday, he says:  "A small force of mounted troi jjs  with two guns commanded t-y  lieutenant-colonel Dreiper, was ������fc-  tacked by the enemy under Pref^'S  and Nel on the morning of June 20,  seven miles north of Senekal. Th'-y  beat off the enemy and burned tlti-ir  laager. Our casualties were throe  killed and ten wounded.  "Hunter, temporarily commanding Ian Hamilton's brigade, ra.-ide  one march yesterday from Heid.-l-  berg ��� toward Frankfort without  meeting any opposition.  "The enemy attacked our Rocde-  valspruit post on the railway j cs-  terday but were easily beaten off  by a detachment of the Derbyshire light infantry, the Wesfc Australian mounted infantry, a 15-  pounder and an armored train.  Baden-Powell reports the cj>o-  ture=of=an=in fluential���Boe i���uan j ed*-  Ray who was endeavoring to r.'.ise  a commando in the Rosteuberg district. A patrol brought in over  400 rifles.  "More than 4000 rifles and 1000  inferior pieces have been taki;u  during the lasfc few days. He declares that thirty Boers have h thrived at Rustenberg, going to their  homes, from ��� DelareyV commando.  They would have left before if thoy  had seen the proclamation, which  was carefully withheld by the Boer  authorities."  Lord Roberts said -that Wednesday, June 27th, was a record market day in Pretoria for Boer farmers selling produce.  Parties of Boers still hang on  general Buller's flanks.  F.   R.   Burnham, the  American-  scout, is invalided.  A New Hearing Ordered.  E. A. Crease, stipendiary magistrate, and W. H. Bullock-Webster,  of the provincial police department,  left.for Fernie last evening, where  they go in connection with the  prosecution of ex-constable Bullick.  A few days ago ex-constable Bullick was brought before C. G.  Lange, J. P., charge with theft on  four counts, and was dismissed.  Subsequently the ex-constable was  brought; before J. F. Armstrong,  charged wifch obtaining money from  Chinese under false pretences, and  was committed for trial on thirty-  two counts. Upon this charge the  prisoner was committed for trial,  and the attorney general's department then instructed Mr. Webster  to prosecute upon the theft charges.  It is to take the preliminary hearing on these charges, at Fernie today, that Mr. Crease left last  evening.  ��� 3\  .Al  ���f4jt4^^d^*il^!M^-iiy-;>^^'^ ,*?i^��-ir.*i4-^_**^'j��-c_-_i  _../&. THE TRIBUNE:  KELS02ST B. C FRIDAY   JUNE 29 1900  ii. j  in-  1:3  1  ���      V ���'���������00.00 '0*0 '00 .-00 '00'..00.'.00.-00 -00 ._*-0St'.00.00.00.0*\-.'00'-'.0&'._*i00t.*00-..00*___U'~__��0.'__.-  __ '"fr-_a_v*ia__��'_G__r4^.^r__-<t___'^_>'_m 'ga��'jB>��--_ja��'_^-_^*_B*-_B-��*_��-g_^ _&-_��> __^K_a>*__->'��_**��_*:&*  ��������- ���^���^' ^ ��� ^' ,2^ '-JS'iS'-i_}' iIbb* * Sif '"Si*"- m& *-^��* ��� ^- ^-^- '~~>t.^*-*��>, '_a_.�� >_\ ��� ___\- >***s ���_S>-^g^  rr'0'0*' 00 " ^' ^' ^'   '^' __0'  ,__0. ^'00.^.00' 0B_>' f__i?^��. 0M-t^_fi. 0_*.   j_f\'^__)1^ftt^S7Jj_\_l  ^.  ito  Hi  Hi  \i/  Hi  Hi  Hi  it  SPECIAL HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS IN DRY GOODS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS, MILLINERY AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS.  ���*-3_3:-53��'-S:3-23:-$33^  We Will Offer  Our entire stock on Friday and  Saturday next afc last week'j  special sale prices, with a large  sale of remnants and ends ac-  cumulating from our sale.  Friday   and   Saturday   Special   Sale   of  Dry  Goods  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 *IOc. up.  Night Dresses from 50c. up.  Embroidery Trimmed Drawers  from 25c. up. Corset Covers  from 15c. up. AVhite shirts  from 75c. np.���  -sss-rS-sss-fctst-'-fes^  AV  xti  xti  Xti  xti  xti  xti  Xti  Xti  iti  i\_L' ������,:������:: ���    ���<' ������..:,.'���..,.;,.-'...:.,; .A::'-.;. 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'-���?���* '������*"*<������^ ' 0__* ' __*' __'' 00* ' 0__*' 00?' 00* * 00*' ____'___?' 00* * 001' 0^' 00* '*0^'f0E-~  ���^__.. ^^. ��� *^^ ���*^k ��� *^^ >V'*^ ���**^ ��� t^ ��*^�� ��� *^ ��� *n^ ��� *^k, ��� ���'���h ��� ***���*, ��� ***>*�� ��� *>��^ ��^_r* ^_r*^^?* 5-7*55*^^^_r* ^?* ^s** ^jj?^^*-*  Hi  to  &_'_  3  ���  l  Is*  1  Iii  '.��_>.(=},(__���.(_?.(__.&.  .^^_.t^-. ^^_',���^^^__���^__-  '&1  9'a_>.��_i'  mmmmm  ffl We have sold 75 per cent of all the  ffl Portland Cement  g Fire Brick Fire Clay  ffl and Sewer Pipe  ffl USED IN KOOTENAY  %  Just received carload Dominion Ale and Porter  (PIXTS 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.  is  ffl  ffl  <3L  H. J. EVANS & CO.  '&  5't__i'e_z>'^'e=>'  &  .C=>.f__'.c=3>t_-'.C=>.&  .t_Z).<__>.(3..  M  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPORATED 1670.  We wantto clear out  our stock of parasols while the warm  weather lasts.  Until July 1st we  will offer pur whole  stock at prices that  must sell. Just look  in and see if this is  not a fact.  rectors of the railway" would quit  politics, and. give  their  entire  attention   to   railroading,' the   company's   stock   would   be   steadier.  Whatever advantage such ari innovation might   have from  a public  point of view, ifc can  scarcely be  said thafc the interests of  Canada's  greatest railway  have suffered  by  the efforts of the company's lobby-  byists.- If the lobbyists are to be  withdrawn  it should be  upon   the  score that the Canadian parliament  has no concession within  its gift,  which could be turned to practical  account by the railway company. It  now has what virtually amounts to  a monopoly of the carrying  trade  of the Dominion.  "Ifc receives a bonus for every mile .of road which ifc  builds, and has  the power to prevent others from building roads at  their, own    expense.     Apparently  all that is left for the raihvay company's. lobbyists is the safeguarding of the concessions 'which it al-  Mtx& Mvibxxixz.  The Toronto Telegram,. in discussing.the recent slump in Canadian Pacific railway stocks, ventures the suggestion that if the di-  ready enjoys. ;  The taxation of railway   lands  will be one of the issues in the next  Federal campaign. -' The Richard-  sou resolution, which was offeree! in  the house of commons this  session,  may be regarded as the commencement  of the movement.    True it  was   snowed   under   by   ah   overwhelming   majority, but   it was  not disposed of before   one very  material fact was   demonstrated;  this was, that until some acfciou is  taken   by   parliament,   the bonus  lands held by the Canadian  Paciiic  Railway Company Avill continue to  be exempt from taxation.    Wheu  the laud  grant was made to the  company it was   the  expressed intention   of   the   government  that  twenty years later they should become taxable; but it now appears  that the   time-honored  ambiguity  intervenes   between   the   raihvay  company and the tax gatherer.    Ifc  is a' debatable point whether the  lands became taxable 20 years after  the subsidy was granted;   whether  20   years   after   the   railway  was  complttsd;   or whether 2.0 . years  after the technical act of patenting  the land.     Mr.  Richardson  endeavored to have parliament declare  that the period of exemption would  expire 20 years after the granting  of the subsidy, bufc  this  was  too J  radical   for   sir   Wilfrid    and   sir j  Charles alike. Whether they will  favor the construction that the  lands become taxable 20 years  after the completion of the road,  which would give the raihvay company a respite till 1907; or that  they do not become taxable until  20 years after the raihvay company  sees fit to have them patented; is  the issue which concerns the people.  This is what the ambiguity amounts  to, and it is a "heads you win, tails  I lose" proposition for every one  save the railway company.  The biographies which have been  published   of    the    late    William  Christie, of Toronto, have started a  peculiar   controversy���whether  or"  nofc William  Christie had been  in  reality a great man.   Those who  contend that he was nofc infer that  if Mr. Christie  was  endowed wifch  talents wifch which his biographers  credit   him   he   would have  been  known otherwise than as the maker  of   biscuits.    While   this  may, be  true  it is likewise true  that Mr.  Christie may have been great without possessing one half of the  talents credited to him.   The average  biographer claims too much for the  man whose life he endeavors to set  before the  public.    William Christie was undoubtedly the most successful maker of biscuits that Canada has seen.    The first half of his  life was  spent  in  building up this  reputation, the latter half in maintaining ifc.    Ifc was  William  Christie's life endeavor to be a maker of  good   biscuits.     He  wa.s  a   great  man, equally great with  the  men  who made  great  speeches  or who  enacted good laws.    The fault lies  more  wifch  the biographers,   however, than wibh  the  public.    They  made   the   mistake   of   imagining  gas compauy, seeing that the company is engaged, as ifc is afc present,  in making' efforts to induce people  to use gas in their residences and  places.of busiuessi  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors *  Inside Doors-  Screen Doors  Windows.  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  ' ���  * Newel Posts'  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and'  Dressed Lumber'  of all kinds.  IF WHAT YOU WANT "IS NOT IN STOCK'  WE WILL MAKK IT FOK TOU  CALL AND GET PRICES.'  J. A. Say ward  HAI.L AND LAKE STRKKTS, NELSON  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO'  Buy Their Lumber  AT  G. 0. Buchanan's  that  a baker could not-be great"  because he was a baker, and out of  the baker they endeavored to make  a statesman.  The management of fche local gas  company is very wrofchy because  Till!* TrihUjVB has said that the  men who are piping buildings for  gas that aro already wired for electric light are doing the work in a  careless way. The management  says that the gas compauy has not  anything to do with the piping of  buildings, and that ifc is in no way  responsible for the way that the  work is being done. This is an admission that is not ab all to the  credit  of the  management of the  We are now booking  Orders for  A large stock of flrst-olasa dry material on  hand, also a full lino of sash, doors, mouldings,  turned work, eto.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard l   Foob of Hendryx stroet, Nelson .  Telephone, 91  John Rae, Agent  A. R. SHERWOOD  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  First door west .   .  of Bank of Biitish  Columbia building*.  Baker Street  For the Great  Lanterns,    Flags,    Colored  Fires, etc.  Arthur Giee  MERCHANT  TAILOR  Removed to Bakor Street, opposite tho Quecn'tf  E. P. WhalTey; UP.  NOTARY PUBLIC-  Ollleo with C. W. West _i Co., cor_er"H*ill and  Baker streots. -...-..  City office of tho Nelson Sodawater Factory.  Charles D. J. Christie  GENERAL BROICER:  4 doors"west of Dominion ExpreRR office.'  P. O. Box 523.   Phones: Ofllce 147, Houso 152'  Th ree six room houses foi. rent..,., -  Rcul cstaLe in all parts of the city for salo  AGKNT FOR S. S. KIMBALL'S SAFKS  INSURANCE.  LOANS.  Canada Drag & Book Co.  GO Ali 1     COM.I  great Rfibuct-bfir"���''  $9.65Jgoaf,s^*   SiliS  DELIVERED  Hard Coal.  Anthracite  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B. C.  /.RATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  rpHORPE & CO., LIMITED.-Corhcr Vernon  -������ and Cedar streets. Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesalo doalers in derated waters and  fruit syrups. Sole agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone 60.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  W- F. TEETZEL & CO.-Corner Baker and  ,. ��� Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers' 'in assayers 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 "Kooto  nay Belle" brands of cigars.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.        "  H' J. EVANS" &  CO.���Baker street, Nelson  ���   wholesale    dealers ; Jn , liquors,    cigars,  cement, fire brick and Arc clay, water pipe.ana'  steel rails,' and general commission merchants.  ..   ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES:  KOOTE.VAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY���Wholcsalodeal-  ers in telephones/ anmincin tors, bells, batteries,  fixtures, etc., Houston block; Nelson.  , . FLOUR AND FEED'. ~  BRACKMAN-KER" MILLLVG' COMPANY  ���Cereals, Flour, Grain, Hay. Strait-lit or  mixed cars shipped to all ��� Kootenay Points.  Grain elevators at all principal points on Calgary-  Edmonton R. R. Mills at Victoria, Now west-'  minster, and Edmonton, Alberta.  -  TAYLOR FEED & PRODUCE CO.-Baker  .street. Nelson (George F. Motion's old  stand). Flour, Feed, Grain,' Hay and Produce.  Car lots a specialty. Correspondence solicited.  Phono 20.  P.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS Sc   CO.���Baker   street,   Nelson,  wholesalo dealers in fresh and cured meats.  Cold storage.  GROCERIES:  A MACDONALD & "CO.-Corncr Front and  xx�� Hall streets, - wholesale grocers' and  jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  mackinaws and miners'-sundries.   KOOTENAY' SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMP  TED���Vernon- stroet,  Nelson,   wholesale  grocers.  JOHN CHOLDITCH Sc CO.-Front street, Nel-  son, wholesale grocers.  FR. STEWART Sc CO.-Warehouses oh C. P.  ��� R. track, foot of Stanley street. Nelson,  wholesale dealers, in provisions, produce1 and  fruits. Cold storage. Agents Armour & Co.'s  bacon, hams, lard-aiid other products.  Y. GRIFFIN & .CO.-Front street, Nelson,  ���   wholesale '. dealers   in   provisions,   cured  meats, butter and oggs.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  E BYERS & CO.���Corner.Bakerand Josephine  ��� streets, Nelson, .wholesale'dealors in .hardware and mining supplies.' Agents for Giant  Powder Co.      .  _^  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE    COMPANY-  =Baker=Sr.~��Nelsonf=wholesald���dealer8=in=  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies.  ANCOUVER   HARDWARE    COMPANY  .   LIMITED���Baker street. Nelson, wholesalo '  dealers in hardware aud mining supplies, plumbers and tinsmiths! supplies.   Agnnts Ontario  Works. \    LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  TURNER, BEETON.& CO.-Corner Vernoh  arid Josophino streets, Nelson, wholesale  dealers in liquors, cigars and dry goods. Agents  for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Co. of Calgary.  PAINTS1 AND   OHiSi '  NELSON HARDWARE' COMPANY-Baker  . Streot���Wholesale dealors in paints, oils,  and   brushes of all kinds.    *    Kootenay.      -  *  Largest stock in  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  Btreet, Nolson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dcalors in caps and fuse, ana electric  blasting apparatus.  ~~     SASH AND DOORS.  NELSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS,  , ..LIMITED-Corner Front and Hall Htreets,  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholosale dealers  in Bash.and doors; all kinds of factory work mode  to order.   .    TENTS   AND   AWNINGS.  ���KTELSON TENT AND AWNING FACTORY-  ���*���'' Baker street, Nelson. Manufacturers of all  kLiids of tents, awnings, and, canvas goods.  P. O. Box 76.   Theo. Madson, proprietor.  ~ WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA .WINE COMPANY, LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers In wines (case and bulk,'  anrtjTomfiottn nnd impnrtfl'l nitrarn.  fieison Saw &  Planing IVJills, 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, Ba;nd-sawirig, Brackets, Newel Posts,  Turned Veranda Posts, Store Fronts, Doors,  Windows and Glass.  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere  Ofllce Corner ({all arid Front Streets  Factory Hall Street Grossing C. P. R. Track  Mills Hall Street Wharf  P. Burns & Co.  Head Office at  NELSON, B.  O.  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-ANe=SAtrTED=MEA=TS^���  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  Baker Street, Nelson  ORDERS BY MAIL RKCKIVR CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTKNTIOV.  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HKNDRYX AND VBRNON STREETS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pins Lumber Always in  StocV.  We carry a complete stock of  Ccast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned. Work, Sash and. Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  BLOMBERG & SWEDBE^G  FKOPRIETORS  The only steam  laundry in Nelson employing union labor  NELSON  TKLKPHONK  S3  C. W. Wesft "fi-Cb; A. LARSON, Manager  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  H. D.  ASHGROFT  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to _y a  flrst-clJWB wheelwright.  Special attention given to All kinds of repairing and enBtom work,from outside points.  Shop:  Hall St.. between Baker and Vernon  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, Baker Street.   FRED J. SQUIRE. Manager.  DOMINION DAY BANNERS  T. O. Skatbo, sign painter for XV, J. Murphy,  requests nil who intend to take part in tlio..  Trades Procession on Dominion Day to send in  their orders as quickly as possible, Last year  many wero disappointed through not placing  their orders early cnouglt. Shop in the rear of  th,e Burns Block.  \.'i_��T~r"        " " .���"���-/-   --  -  M THE TRIBUNE: KELSON B. 0., FRIDAY. JUNE 29. 1900
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BANK OF MONTBEAL
CAPITAL, all paid tip....$12,000,000.00
. niSST     7.000.000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180 80
Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President
Hun. Georgo A. Drummond Vice-President
K. S. Clouston General Manager
NELSON BRANCH
Corner Baker and Kootenay Streets.
A. H. BUCHANAN', Manager.
Branches in London (England) Nkw Yourc,
Chicago, and all the principal cities iu Canada.
Iluy and sell Sterling Exchango and Cable
Transfers,
Grant Commercial and Travelors' Credits,
a'-uilablo in any part of tho world.
l>r.'il*ls Issued, Collections Made, Eto.
THE BANK OF
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
NELSON
Saving's Bank Branch
COKHEN'T KATB OV INTEREST:PAID.
LONG   LOST. MINE   FOUND.
Similkameen Star.
A bit of early-history was brought
_v] vid 1 y^tojhe^ininds^of=several=oiL
out* pioneer citizens this week by
Die discovery on Friday creek of
what is known as Jauiieson's Lost
Mine. As far back as 1SSG this
mine was known toexist.it being
the first copper discovery made in
the Similkameen.' Old timers well
remember hearing Mr. Jamieson
toll of his rich strike and of its location, but those were the stirring
days of placer mining and the location was left to lie in idlenessfor the
coming progress of civilization. On
his deathbed Mr. Jamieson described
minutely its exact location, at the
.same time pointing out the fact
that one was liable to travel right
over the spot' without discovering
it. Since that time many attempts
have been made to find the mine,
but all were unavailing. It was
left, for a party with no knowledge of the country or of
minerals to make the discovery.
Mrs. S. Spencer, whose husband has
ciiarge of the Royalty group of
claims, was the lucky party and it
happened thus : Mrs. Spencer who
is with her husband on Friday
creek was out looking for berries,
and while hunting them by an old
corral she happened to notice a peculiar looking .formation of rock.
IVospector like she - proceeded
to secure a sample .and upon
returning to camp she showed
her find to her husband, who
immediately pronounced it a very
fine specimen of copper ore. As
soon as he could he proceeded to
the spot and upon looking the
ground over realized that indeed
his wife had made a rich find. The
rock is of a very rich grade of copper, similar to the cropping on the
Is now prepared to issue Drafts and
Letters of Credit on Skaguay, TT. S.,
Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.
Sunset, and old timers say there is
very little doubt but what this is
the lost mine, as. its description
coincides exactly with that given
by Mr. Jamieson.
BATTLEFIELD  TRAGEDIES.
Til Bits.
Tragic indeed is every incident
connected with the battlefield, but
more so are some of the mysterious
occurrences which have; oft times
taken place during'a campaign, and
which might be put down as cold
blooded murders. It seems a very
^uulikely=thing=that4n=the=heat=of=a=
hard-fought conflict the origin of a
man's death can be determined—
that is to say, whether he died by
the hands of one of his comrades or
by those of the enemy; consequently, men with a grievance against
their oflicers have often made use
of such opportunities to wipe off
old scores, and have gone undiscovered.
A notable instance of this occurred just before the battle of
Woerth, in the Franco-Prussian
war. A certain oflieer of considerable repute had got himself generally disliked by his perseverance in
bullying those under him. A few
days before this the first great
battle of the war, when the French
were Hearing the border in their
hopeless endeavor to reach Berlin,
a rumor ran through the camp late
at night that the Prussians were
advancing and would shortly be up.
Instantly pandemonium reigned,
and scouting parties were sent out
in all directions. One of these was
under the officer in question, and
when some way from camp was
fired upon, the bullet bringing him
down. The Frenchmen, thinking
they had got into an ambush, retired, firing at an invisible foe, as
they did so, but as no counter shots
were received they grew courageous
again, and, after being re-inforced,
advanced to the fatal spot. The
body of the officer was found, but
not so that of his assailant, who
had evidently escaped unscathed.
On returning to the camp it was
found that no trace of., the enemy
had been discovered; in fact, at the
time the Prussians were far away
from the spot on the other side of
Imperial Bank of Canada
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid up
Rest
$2,500,000
$2,4518,603
$1,700,000
D. R. Wilkie, Genoral Manager.
E. Hay, Inspecter.
Nelson Branch—Burns Block, 221 Baker Street
. J. M. LAY, Manager.
the Woerth. Accordingly a postmortem examination, was held, on
the officer's body and a French service bullet was extracted therefrom
but the murder was never detected,
although he was doubtless in the
camp and had slipped out unawares
to commit the crime.
But this is only one of the many
tragedies which took place during
the war, and it is said-that at least
two per cent of the French officers
killed fell by the hands of their
own men, and a little over half
that=number=in=the-PnipianTirm"yr
In the former, instances the crimes
were due for the most , part to the
national feeling of never forgetting
a grievance, and in the latter to
the rigidity of the discipline which
sometimes amounts to bullying.
Even Marshall Bazaine was nearly
murdered before he capitulated at
Metz. He was by no means a
popular man, and on this account
always stood in dread of the assassin, and his fears were not lessened when a plot was discovered
to put poison in his.food, the scheme
being hatched by his own men.
The offenders, or some of them,
were promptly tried and shot before many hours were over.
A rather sad case is forwarded in c
connection with the Italian disaster
at Adowa of- a few years ago.
During the melee a man was seen
to shoot in the direction of his captain, who ^at the sarnie time fell
mortally; wounded. , When the
battle was over the man was
charged with the crime, and after a
scant trial by his comrades, despite
his protests of innocence, one of .the
chief reasons for his condemnation
being that he was known to have a
grievance against the officer.
Nevertheless, the affair was. soon
forgottten till some nine months
afterwards, when a soldier came
forward from the same regiment,
self-charged with the crime. He
related the facts in detail, giving
his motive as petty tyranny on the
part of the officer some years previously when he, the murderer, was
a recruit, and stated that he would
never have given himself .up had
not another man died in his stead.
Needless to say this did not excuse
him, and he perished in the prison
yard at Naples.
Not many months ago three
Spanish soldiers were executed at
Madrid for the alleged murder of
an officer during the hostilities in
Cuba, although the evidence against
them was very meagre. Sufficient
was. it that subsequent to the
battle of San Juan the officer was
found dead some distance from the
battlefield with a Mauser bullet in
his brain, aud the three men referred to were seen in the vicinity
at about the time the affair must
have taken place. Of. course, they
may have been" justly condemned,
as tragedies of this nature were especially frequent iii the Spanish
army throughout the. war ; but at
the same time the authorities failed
to take into account that there were
many so-called "loyal" Cubans attached to the Spanish forces, and
and also present at St. Juan, who
had been given Mauser rifles and
ammunition=by=their=oppressors,=
but whose dislike to Spanish officers
was proverbial.
Although such crimes are more
common in the continental armies
than in our own, we must not imagine that similar cases have never
AMERICAN
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MEALS   25    CENTS
**• BOOMS LIGHTED BY.ELECTRICITY
! AND HEATED BY STEAM
25 CENTS TO *1
321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelsorr.
QUEEN'S HOTEL
BAKER STREET. NELBON.
Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.
Large comfortable bedroomB and  first-class
dining-room. Sample rooms for commercial mea.
RATES $2 PER DAY
W|rs. E. 0. Clarke, Prop.
LATE Of THK BOFAL IIOTKL, OALOABV
taken place in which Tommy. Atkins has participated. In the Zulu
war, just prior to the battle of
Uhmdi, a young lieutenant in one
of the line regiments was found
shot some way from the camp, and
after the campaign a soldier on his
death bed at Devonport confessed
to the crime.
Similarly, too, during the hostilities in the Soudan in 1885, an
officer of some repute, was found to
have been mysteriously killed by
an English bullet, and although the
affair was hushed up and put down
to the dervishes, who were said to
have obtained some British rifles by
inexplicable mean?, it Avas subsequently disclosed that, whereas,
they actually did gain possession of
some of our rifles, they obtained no
ammunition with them. Despite
this significant, fact, however, the
perpetrator of the crime was never
arrested.
Baker and~Ward"
Streets, Nelson
Alex Stewart
Room 3, Turner & Boech Block.
° NELSON.
&
FfiATEKNAL   SOCIETIES.
NELSON LODGE. NO. 23, A. jr. tc A. M "
Meets Becond Wednesday in each month.
Sojourning brethren invited.
Tho only hotel in Nolson that) has remained
under out management since 1890.
The bed-rooms are v/oll furnished and lighted
by electricity.
The bar is always stocked by tho beat dom s-
tlc and imported liquors and cigars.
THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.
DR. ALEX  FORIN
Oi-kick:  Houston* Block*.
Mines
Real Estate
Insurance
Loans
B. C. HOTEL   erie, b. o.
First-class in every rospoclJ. Choicest wlnos.
liquor.-* and cigars. Every comfort for tranaion6
and resident guests.
HEADQUARTERS FOB UNION MEN.    '
s    JOSEPH CAMPBELL. Propriotor.
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THORPE & CO.
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SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL
J. II. McMANUS, Manager.
Bar stocked with best brands of wines, liquors,
and Cigars, licer on draught. Largo comfortable rooms.   First-class .tablo board.
~      NOTICE   OF   MEETING.
Tho Nolson plumbers, gas and steam fitters
union moots overy second and fourth Friday at
tho Minora' Union hall at 8 p.m. '
B. WEEKS, Secretary pro torn.
SI") per month will rent an 8-roomcd house.
FOB   SALK   CHEAP.
$225 ($.jQ cash, rest on time) will buy lot on Front
street, block 79.
$900 (one-third cash, rest on time) will buy 3 lots
corner Mill and Cedar streets.
$100 (325 cash. rc6t on time), will buy lot in Fair-
view Addition.
$300. half cash, will buy 50 foot lot in the Davies
Addition.
8I20U, part cash, will buy 2 choice lots on Silica
street, block 13.
$100(8100 cash) will buy 1 lots corner Mill and
Fall- street*. '	
$1000 cash down will buy 2 choice lots on Victoria
street.
SSoOcish will-buy cottage and lot on SUiuley
street, block Ho. 43. .
$850, part cash, will buy cottage and lot on Robson streot, block 23, Addition A.
J$1"00 ($250 cash, rest casytorinsLwilLbuy cottago^
—and'lot-omTairsrroet: ~ •
A licensed hotel, also cottage and lot at Five-,
mile Point.
4000 shares Ilig Horn stock, Simcoe Mining &
Development Company, Ymir, 13. C.
APING STOCKS
BOUGHT AND SOLD
Referendum Treasury Stock
Kxehequcr, 1000
Big Horn, 5000
Peoria, 5000-500
Richelieu, 1000.
WANTED
Rnmblcr-Carlboo and Giant
For sale—(j-room house, Hunio addition, SMO.
ll-room houso, cheap; tonus easy; close in.
CALL ON
H. A. Prosser
BROKER, AVARD STRKKT
Ward Bros.
REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS
KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS— Nelson Lodge So
25, Knights of Pythias, moots ia X.O. O v''
Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay. streets, every
Tuesday ovebinf at 8 o'clock. Visiting Kniirhts
cordially inviW to attend.. R. G.Joy.* K. of It.
tc S.   Leonard Scott. C. C. -    :,VT     "•
*M*ELSON L. O. Iu. No. 1692, meets in I. O. O. F.
*' Hall, cornor Baker and Kootenay streets.
1st and 3rd Friday of each month. Visitinir
brethern cordially invited. R. Robinson: XS . _£.
W. Crawford. Recording-Secretary.
XTELSON JERIE, Number 22, Fraternal Order
** of Eagles, meets every second and fourth
Wednesday ineach month In Fraternity Hill.
Visiting brethren welcome. W. Gosnell, Preai
dent.   Charles Prosser, Secretary,
TRADES   UNIONS.
"M*ELSON MINERS' UNION NO. 96, W. V. of    -
**    M.—Meets in miners' union rooms, noith-
east corner Victoria and Kootenay streets, every
Saturday evening at 8 o'clock.   Visiting ^■•••n-~
bers welcome. M. R. Mowatt, President. James
Wilkes.-Secretary. v"
•"TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.—The n-ju-
■J- lar meotings of tho Nclgpn Trades and Lu bor
Council will beheld in tho minors' union hull,
cornor of Victoria and Kootenay streots, on 'ho
first and third Thursday of each month at
7.30 p. m. G. J. Thorpe. President. J. H. Mn• Jic-
son, Secretary. • ■   _
rPHE regular meetings of the Carpenters' U    in
_i„are_Boldron_3VIeanesday=evening=of~-^-,*h—^=
week, at 7 o'clock, in the Miners' Union hall
nor Victoria and Kootenay streets. R. Ri
son. President.   James Colling, Secretary.
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.n-
•DARUERS' UNION.—Nelson Un'on, No. 1!* of
•*-*   the International Journeymen Barber's n-
ion of America, meets every Iirst and third j n-
day of each month in Miner's Union Hall, co ner
of Victoria and Kootenay streets, at 8:30 mi.
sharp.    Visiting   brothers  cordially invitee to
attend.  J. H. Matheson, President,   XV. S. jl-
villo. Secretary.	
•DRICKLAYKRS AND MASONS' U.VK"
•*-* Tho Uricklayers and Masons' Internal)
Union No. 3 of Nelson meets second and fc
Tuesday!) in each month at Miners' Union
J. W. Etcher, president; Joseph Clark, recor
and corresponding secretary.
Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES
Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.
Charles St. Barbe
Stock aqd Share Broker
General Agent
RESTAURANT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Cor. llaker and Hall Sis.
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LABORERS' UNIO.V.-Nelson Laborers'
tcclivo Union, No. 8121. A. F. of V.. nice
Miners' Union Hall, northeast corner of Vic>
and Kootenny streets, every Monday eve:
at 8 p.m. sharp. Visiting members of tho Ai:
can Federation cordially Invited to attend. ."
Mullen. President. Percy Shnckclton, Secret
NKLSON PAINTERS' UN'IOX-Tho rc(* .ar
meeting of tho Painters' Union is !>• Id
the first and third Fridays in each month ut -M.n-
crs' Union hull at 7:30 sharp.
T. O. Skntbo, President
Will J. Hatch. Socrotarv.
ARCHITECTS.
EWART  &   CARRIE—Architects.    Rooms 7
and 8 Aberdoen block, Bakor Htroet, Noioon.
ENGINEERS. "
CHARLES PARKER—Mining and milling engineer.   West Baker stroet. Nelson.
^.. :e:etst:e.a.:d.
Contracting Painters, Decorators, Paperhangers.
Full lino of wall paper, mouldings, etc,   Kalt>o-
mining and Tinting.   Strictly first-class work.
Estimates furnished.
Residence Mill Street.   VPf QAU    O    p
Opposite School House   VtCtLOUI^t D» \_i.
Lethbridge Gait Goal
The best value for the money In the market
for all purposes.
TKRM8 cash     W. P. Tikrnkt. General Agent
Telephone 147.    Office with C. D. J. ChrisMe.
GOSTELLO'S EXPRESS
AND TRANSFER
cit
Baggage and oxprcss raovod to any part of Uio
ity. Special attention given to heavy teaming.
Office corner Victoria and Ward streets.   Tele- A<s<sayer,s' Suppliers  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B. C, FRIDAY JUNE 29 1900  Take  3��!  tt/  pi  H'i  Xti  If  to  to  to  to  J*   Ml  to  .    \  to  "^     '  to  h-  to  ���*i  ii  t"  to  '������������i  to  ".:���?  to  ��-]-  to  ���2  to  ���#  to  i ^  to  \i  to  r t*  r*1  to  to  In these goods we keep a full supply and are able to fill the largest orders without delay,  a glance at our window and see the largest assortment of assayers' supplies in Canada.'  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  Victoria Block, Corner Baker and Josephine Streets.         NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  trges&eeeeseee    f��33��3:*5*��3a*       CITY LOCAL NEWS  nf  ESTABLISHED IN NELSON JNJ890.  '��� -0  Promiseand  m-  i  I  1  ite  P  Mi  to  to  to  to  to  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  iSf  Ifc doesn't amount to much, to always  promise and never  "perform.    Anyone can  promise.    Nothing: ever  attains  confidence in this world  except that which is attended  by honesty  and truth.    Substantial growth and good reputation ere insep-  erable from these.  The success of 15  years in the  'Kootenays means Honesty  and Good Treatment to your customers.  We are the headquarters for Diamonds, as we buy direct,  you will save 20 percent.'by buying from us. Our stock of  Diamonds has no equal in British. Columbia, and we want your  patronage. We guarantee all goods for Al quality and 20 per  cent cheaper than anywhere else in this country. Call and inspect our stock of jewels before buying elsewhere, as we only  carry the latest up-to-date designs.  All watch repairing guaranteed, as we only employ No. 1  workmen.  W. J. Davidson, freight clerk of  the steamer Kokanee has been  transferred to the Kootenay and  Mr. Bennison of the Kootenay goes  to the Minto as purser. Captain  Dougal of the Columbia will sail as  master on the Minto.  The Columbia river continues to  rise and has necessitated the removal of several tracks at AVest  Itobson.' The \vater is still three  feet below the danger point.  J. Fred Ritchie went up to Pilot  Bay yesterday on mining business.  Mr. and Mrs. Ritchie intend staying  over in Nelson to take in the celebration before returning to Rossland.  The   mining   records   yesterday'  were:   Locations���The Procter  on  DOMINION DAY  AT  THE  Morning Mountain by Ewen Mc-  Podgen. Certificates of work���To  Moses St. Charles ou the Red Eagle  and Grand Rapid**, to Susie Ford on  the Bjack Star.  The celebi at ion committee is getting up a smoker on Monday evening for the entertainment of the  visitors to the Nelson celebration.  Fraternity hall has been engaged  and a lirst-class program is being  prepared, the details of which will  be announced later.  HOTEL   AEEIVALS.  At the Phair,���J. W. II.  Smythe, Cranbrook; C. II. Wolf,  Spokane: T. J. Walker, Rossland;  A. G. Creelman, Itossland; C. =W.  Vedder, Spokane; W. H. Sandiford  and wife, New' Denver.'  At the Hume.���G. A. 3Iitchell,  Rossland;. C. A. Harvey, Vancouver; A. Wachmeister, Ainsworth;  Louis Didisheim; Revelstoke; H. S.  Collins and wife, Spokane; John  Smith, Revelstoke.  At the Queens.���Rev. W. Palmer, Greenwood; D. C. Wilson, Calgary; A. McDougald, Nine-mile  Point; J. C. Cumming, CaJgary; D.  S. McKechnie, Winnipeg; James  Clarke, Montreal; Mrs. Blakey, Toronto; J. Enright, Greenwood.  ESTABLISHED 1892  H.   BYERS   &  HARDWARE  CO,  ESTABLISHED 1892  Garden, Mill, Steam and Suction  Hose.  Crucible   Cast   Steel  5-16 to 1-in. in  Wire Rope  stock.  Leather and   Rubber Belting.  Sheet, Square and Round Rubber  Flax and Garlock Packing  Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Rails  Opera House  Club Hotel  BIG   SCHOONER  Boer or Ilalf-and-hiilf only  Jacob Dover, Jeweler  FRESH  lOe  COOL  Tho only good Beer in Nelson  Baker   Street,   Nelson.  ����.. __0  ^y ���v. ������*���*�� -a a ���-�� -^ ���.*���*������> ���.*& -^ ���:���*���*�� ���.*�������� *-a      ___\___i___x^___\___\___i___\___.___i___-__l��-  ���-S; *_<._9:_9-0'-_9._9'_*-__t-*0:_-:^ C-^.7-7-?-<?--7<^*?-<7-?'.S>>.'  . . . WE   PRESENT . ��� .  I  I  .b.  m  -  To the visitors and people of Nelson the finest and choicest lines  of groceries to be seen in   ���  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  We extend to all an invitation to call and inspect our stock dur-.  ing their stay here.  The Western Mercantile Company, Limited  BAKER ST. GROCERS NELSON  Just Received...  A large consignment of the latest  styles of hats, union and custom  made.*  Clothing  for bargains  at  E. J. CURRAN, Prop.  Corner Stanley and Silicii Slx'ictH.  SMOKE  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  UNION MADE  Kootenay Cigar Mfg. Co.  NKLSON, BRITISH COLOMBIA  ONE SOLID WEEK  COMMENCING  Monday, July 2  Clara; Mathes'  Big Comedy  Company  In a repertoire of New York  successes and high class vaudeville, with special scenery and  accessories.  On Mon day, evening will be presented the. New Comedy Drama  BROWN'S  IN  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Sale of furniture.���The contents  of Jolui McMartin's residence, son Ili side of  Ijike sLreot. will ho oll'orod by private sale on  Friday and Saturday. "  Good opportunity for lady to take  over paying dining room in Queens Hotel, from  1st of July.   Apply Geo.-Munroe, Creston, 11.0.  AVanted���for sawmill aud factory  a shingle jointer, lath man and factory machine  hand.' Also a gojod turner. Apply to G. O. Ku-  chanan, Nelson or Kaslo. \ .      ��� '   .     ..  Five-room house and lot foi-sale.  Price f450. Apply to Nelson Bazaar, Tremont  block. . .  ,*."���  For sale���Stock aud   fixtures of  the Nelson' Bazaar amounting to about four  hundred dollars. _'  Furnished rooms  to let���Apply  Carney block, one door oast of Oddfellow's hall.  Hack   calls left at   the   Pacific  Transfer barn on Vornon street ��� Telephone  call 35.  For Rent���Dwelling on Carbonate  street, next to ex-mayor Neelands. possession  July 1st; rent $25.   Enquire Mrs. Robinson.  Black and Galvanized Sheet Iron  Soft Steel Plates  1-8, 3-16 and 1-4 x 72, 96 and 120  Agents���Trims Oro Cars, Giant Powder, and Metropolitan Fuse, elc.  H. BYERS & CO.  NELSON KASLO SANDON  erators  Prices from $10 to $30  i  It Will Pay You  TO BUY FROM US   '  ���   WATCHES  RINGS  CHAINS  SCARF PINS  CUFF BUTTONS  CUT GLASS  STERLING SILVER  SOUVENIRS  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  if  Xif  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  to  185 Baker Street. Telephone 10.  KIRKPATRICK  &  WILSON.  xti  to  xti  ffl  Palace /VJeat IVJarl^et  Headquarters  for all kinds of  Fresh and Cured  Meats.  A feature will be mado of tho poultry and  e'amo trade. They will always bo on hand during their season.  Change of play and specialties  nightly.  Popular prices.  Reserved seats at usual place.  BROWN  JEWELER  178 Baker Street Nolson, B. C.  **v<r  ���__ ffl  to          We have removed our place of business to  to   for the next few months to the old Burns ffl  ijj   shop, next to the Nelson Hotel, where we JK  to   hope to see all our old customers and many ffl  ffl   new ones.   Give us a call. ffl  ffl to  ffl                                    ���  ffl  ffl KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  ffl  J. L.  PORTER, Prop.  169 Josephino St., between Baker and Vernon.  Telephone 159. - -  ���     ���  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  . THEO MADSON'S  __1.^.<__'.C_7.(_z>.__'.i__l.__*.l.  CLOTHING   HOUSE.  WHY BUY CANNECUBRJXim^  We Have the Strawberries, Sugar,  and Fruit Jars.  ' P. O. BOX 17G.  HOUSTON BLOCK.  Telephone 161."  Car Load of Lake of the Woods  Flour Just lleceived.  Don't Imbibe Snakes  John /\. Irving & Co  NOTICE.  To whom ifc may concern:   A cortnin power of  attorney executed by me to L. P. Wolfe, of Nelson, British Columbia, and  empowering*. L.  P.  Wolfe to dispose of any holdings, real estate or  otherwise, which 1 possess in the Province of  British Columbia,,: is  hereby .revoked.  T givo  warning to all concerned ^nbt to buy, lease, or  otlierwi-e ncuuire .cerrain' rights 1 havo in the  leasehold of the Fourth of July and Storm Cloud  in nes, situated in the Ainstvorth Mining Division, British Columbia.   This wxrning is extended to all smelters buying oro from said mines.  Portland, Oregon.' U. S. A., June 20th; 1900.  OTTO M. ltOSBNOALK.  Mining Engineer.  R. REISTERER & CO'  BRKWKKS AN��' BOTTLERS OF  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Xti  ffl  ft   Telephone IO 185 Baker Street   $  Brewery at Nelson  $m    i  m  mmmi  -���pa.  "(_.'(_.  Lots of them in the city water.   Get one of oup filters  on trial.   Prices 40 cents*; $1.25 and $1.75.  OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE.  STRACHAN   BROTHERS.  ASK  YOUR GROCER FOR THE CELEBRATED  B & K  The Best that Money can Buy.      Take no Other.  Manufactured by tho Brackman-Ker Milling Co.. Ltd.  . Victoria Vancouver, Westminster, Edmonton, Kossland, Nelson.  DOMINION DAY UNION PARADE.  1AiLin.e.m.becs-of=the-Minei's^��aborersr��ai'peiit"e"rsiatfd^oifP=:  er., Cigarmakers, Barbers, Painters, Tailors, Brotherhood of  Railroad Train meu. Bricklayers and Masons, Plumbers and  ���'Gasfltters, Raihvay Bridgemen, Cooks and Waiters, Watchmakers and Jewelers and Typographical Unions and all visiting  uuiou men in Nelson and vicinity are urgently requested to  assemble at Miners' Union Hall',' corner of Victoria and Kootenay streets on Monday morning, July 2nd at 10 o'clock a.m.  sharp for the purpose of taking part in the Dominion Day  Celebration Trades Procession. All unions are requested to  provide themselves with banners, badges and appropriate  mottoes. A special and cordial invitation is hereby extended  to all workingmen in sympathy with the principles of organized  labor not now members of any union to be with us on that occasion and assist in making the parade a success.  By order of the Nelson Trades and Labor Assembly.  The committee in charge are :  J. G. Thorpe.  J. II. Matheson.  Joseph Clark.  James Wilks.  W. B. Pollard.  T. O. Skatbo  Wm. Lynch.  J.Fleming.  R. Robinson.  ffl  ILLUMWWHS  FOR  DOMINION BM  Colored Lamps  In  Red, Blue, Amber  and Green.  f(ootenay Electric Snpp/y &  Construction Co. Street?neiS  ffl  ffl  ffl.  VMS  ffl  ffl  ������-��  Prompt and regular  delivery to the trade  W. Starmer Srrjith & Co.  paper Hanger, glazier,  painter, etc.  chimney sweeping ���>  Office Ward Streot    . .   Opposite Opera Honse  MONEY TO LOAN  AT 7 PER CENT  ON BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply G. L. LENNOX, Solicitor, NoIsonB.q  HATS! HATS!  SJ^'Mga^aBSs wits  The Nelson  Clothing House  Place Your  Orders   for  WE MAKE  A SPECIAL   FEATUBE  OF  DECORATIVE SI&N FAINTING  Nelson   Wine   Oo.  CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS  Dominion Day  Sign  Special attention given to family trade  Telephones* FRANK A. TAMBLYN  . MANAGER  _eph   Baker street,  . NelROD. B. C  itff,  ���i'c-i'e-.'  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  NELSON, B. C.  Coffoo roasters and doalers In Tea and Coffee.  Offer fresh roasted coffee of best quality as  follows:  Java and Arabian Macha, per ponnd |  10  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Fine Santos, i pounds ..'  1 00  Santos Blend, 5 pounds  1 00  Our Special Blond, 6 pounds....  1 00  Our Rio Roast, 6 pounds:  1 00  A bi ia) order solioitod. Salesroom 2 doors east  of Oddfellows block. West Baker street.:  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 Josephino streets in one of  the best residential portions of Nelson, and is  easily accessible from all parts of the city.  The course of study includes the fundamental  and higher branches of thorough English 'rtuca-  tion:   Business . courso���bookkeeping,   scenog-  Streamers  Banners  Signs and  Mottoes  When turned out by our artist are works of art. They will add to the appearance of your display. Poor work will detract from it. We will assist you in  determining what you want.   Give us plenty ot time by placing orders at once.  F. J. BRADLEY & CO.  Corner Josephine and Victoria Streets.  x n  M  Nelson, British Columbia.  SALE OF DBY GOODS  CARLOAD  CANADIAN WHISKIES  JUST ARRIVED  m|\T Li' I   . Ci f| |\| Including bulk and case Seagram, 2,  JLN   I'I >   IK_? \_J XM and 7 year old.  Cases-Club rye, flasks  rye, Gooderham & Worts Special: G. Sc  D    D    DITUCT 1    r*f\     I*,* W. ordinary���White Wheat Whisky.  K. r,  Hlinci   OL \_iKJ.,  Lid.       A. B. GRAY, Baker St., Kootenay Representative  Is still on and will bo continued until all is sold.   A consignment of lAncti Crash and White  Duck Skirls, delayed in transit, just opeiiOd up, and wo oiler thorn a(> these low prices:  Regular $1.25 Linen Skirts at $ .75  Regular $2 Linen Skirts at        1.50  Regular $2.50 Crash Skirts at    1.75  Regular $1.50 White Duck Skirts at           1.1 5  Regular -$2 White Duck Skirts at    1.50   .        W.WUWH    .UUU1DU ~-.-_i/..,_,       -V_,l~_,-  raphy and typewriting.. Science course���music;  vocal and instrumental, J '���   *     "  and needlework, etc.  ~._.^^__   ______���__uui_:  , drawing, etc.   Plain art  For terms and particulars apply to the Sister  Superior.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.-E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  J. E. ANNABLE  GENERAL BROKER  _ Corner Viotorla and Kootenay Streets.  n   n��� ���� TELRPHOMR SO. fl5  VUiUOt     V 1  p. o. Box ssa.  I A. FERLAND & CO.  J. M. LuDWIG  Manufacturers of and  dealers in Harness, Pack  and Stock Saddles. Apara-  jocs. Collars, Bridles and  Whips,  Nelson Harness Shop  Hall Street, Nelson.  NOTICE.  Notico is hereby given that I Intend to apply at  the first meeting of the board of license commissioners for the city of Nelson hold thirty days  after the date hereof, for leave to transfer the  license now hold by me for nn hotel known as  the Nelson House, i-ituate on lot 10 block 1, to A.  H. Clements and Kobert Iteisterer.  S. WHITE.  Dated this 2nd day of June, 1900.  Three' 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  To   Mine  Managers and  Ore  Shippers.  W. Pcllew Harvey, F. C. S., assayor in charge  of the provincial government assay ofllce, will  act as shippers' representative at any Coast  smcltor, 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.  NOTICE OF MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS.  Notice is hereby given that upon the 23rd day  of July, A. V., 190f, at 10 o'clock a. m. at the company's oflleo in Nelson, 11. C. there will be held a  meeting of tho stockholders of the Goldendale  Mining < "ompaoy, a corporation, for tho purpose  oi! considering a proposition to sell tho Golden-  dale and Young Dominion mineral claim*) (crown  granted), situate abonttourmilossoutli of Nelson,      _..._ _i luiin-uvuuiems, tor me purpose o  British Columbia in West Kootenay Mining Dis-    obtaining a crown  grant of the abovo claim  trict, British Columbia, to pay tho outstanding    And further take notico that action, under  indebtedness of said company. tion 37, must be commenced before the issu  GOLDICNDAUfi MINING COMPANY. of H..rV, ^-i;u~-^ -* ,___**-UB "'? "- IBHU  Notice of Application for a   Certificate of Improvements.  Brokkx Hill Mineral Claim, situate in the  ainsworth. Mining) Division o*' Wkst  Kootenay* District, and located adoot  two miles southwest op ainsworth, adJOINING tiie Arkansas, United and Union  Mineral Claims.  Take notico that I, R. E. Young, (acting as  agent for K. J.Roberts, freo minor's certificate  special No. 081, and Anna C Buckley, free  miner's certificate No. B. 11397) free minor's ccr  tiflcate No. B. 13,440, intend, sixty days from tho  date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder for  a certificate of improvements, for the purpose o  obtainiiur  a nrnwn   *.--** ~�� *���--    *  ,vvv��..w.��7 _, num uumpany.  GOLDiCNDALK MINING COMPANY,  By Jf-. D. Ide, Secretary.  Dated this 31th day of June, A. D. 1900.  see;  issuance   , ���~..-~ _. ..uAiiijitujuuu oerore  of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 24th day of April, A. P.. 1.100.  R. K. YOUNG, P.L.S.  yj*-*'

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