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 TEXT OF THE BOER REPLY TO  The British Government.  London, October 10.���Late this evening  the colonial ollice gave��out the text of  the following telegram, transmitted by sir  Alfred Milner, British high commissioner  to South Africa, to tho secretary of state  for the colonies, Joseph Chamberlain, and  recei veil today:  Sir���The government of the .South African Republic   feels  ilself  compelled to  refer tlie  government",   of   her  majesty,  queen of Great Britain aud Ireland, once  more to  tlio   convention   of   188-1,  con  eluded   between   tliis   republic   and   the  United Kingdom,and which in article XI V  secures   certain   specified   rights   to   the  .white     population-    of    tliis     republic.  A  violation   of these  rights  only  could  give her majesty's government this right  of   diplomatic   representation   or   intervention; while tlie regulation of all other  questions  affecting   the  position of  the  rights of tho Uitlanders, under tlie above  mentioned convention, is handed over to  the  government   and   representative  of  the people of the .South African republic.  Among the questions, the regulation of  which falls exclusively  within   the  competence of this government, are  included  those of franchises and representation of  the people in this republic, and  although  this exclusive right  of  this  government  and of the volksraad   for   the regulation  of the franchise and the representation of  the  people  is -indisputable, yet the government has found occasion to discuss, in  friendly fashion, the franchise and representation of the people with her majesty's  government, without, however, recognizing any right thereto on the part of   her  majesty's government.   This government  has also, by the formulation of the new  existing franchise law, and by a  resolution   with   regard    to    tho   representation,   constantly,   held   these   friendly  discussions before its eyes.     On the part  of her  majesty's  government, however,  ,the friendly  nature of these discussions  has assumed more and more  a threatening tone, and the minds of the people of  this   republic   and the  whole  of Soutli  Africa have been excited, aud a position  of extreme tension been  created,  owing  to the fact that her majesty's government  could no longer agree to  the legislation  respecting the franchise and the resolution   lespecting   representation   in  this  lepubhe, and,  finally,  by  your  note  of  September 25bh, 1S9!), wliich broke off all  f i iondly correspondence on the subject,  and intimated that her majesty's government hifts'tlfij*^  their owii^rppM^  Tliis" SgovgSnm'ei^  .���^myy��A  tttt��  WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1899.  PUBLISHJ-D AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR; WEEKLY, $2.  FOC DELAYS YESTERDAY'S RACE  For the "America" Cup.  York,  October   10.���Hard' luck  pursue   the   big    single  to  tion oi 'f^hdfVi^  sei ve to-'Iidij-- -lyii^^-ty^S- ;g0^i!iiiiie'ijfc' ,tlie i  right toy-jie\iiiitecl- hitei^y^ttl^uei.t/^of #.  questioivwhSclvl^ .wgir-'  lated by-^e ;gOVei'. riiien^,;   0^n^ie^difet,:i3f  the stialii'eil situi^On^Vpcl ^li^\pQii'&ocftieL") ti  sei ions Jcispsy i'lt *t}i&v inyterrli^  in generrtif,; Xvj^uih' %he ^rves^iidgljcefer  hpectingythe iEpiM^i^^^  t.ition of'#lie, ���p^qple1.;a(y ;this" rgpuulie^has  ..^'aiMGit'lii; its ti?<;iii, 3jer"t"'Jft<*yi^.*^B!gpy.ar'i.*  IjfOtijb. Si!\vj3 :i*ecjSi*iftl'y! J.vus". ed. for an 0w$y  settlement and fliLilly pressed, by your  Ihtei'ventioOi for i\iix answer within' fqCty-  " eigjipfe lioilrs, for a tlduiandy subsequently  .soiu.e'what jnQdifiedj to your note of Sep-  1 t^iibei1* 25;feh,.^ffD, and thereafter fi'ifendly  |iiegotip;ious\ W^ This gov--  eifiiiiieiit received "*an intimation, tliat a  proposal for a final settlement would  shortly" be made.  Although this promise was once mere  repeatedy the proposal up to iioav has not.  Reached, $bM. government.    Even while  for this fine parade will convince everybody everywhere that England is the  paramount power in South Africa."  Tlie Washington correspondent of the  Sun says: Reginald Tower, the charge  d'aliaires of (float "Britain in Washington, liad an interview with Dr. Hall, the  acting secretary of state today, lb is  said that the purpose of his visit was to  ask the state department to designate  Charles E. Maeeruin, of Ohio, United  States consul at Pretoria, as the representative of British interests in the  Transvaal in the event of war between  that country and Britain. This is a eus-  tonuiry proceeding and an entirely  natural instance, as tlie diplomatic and  consular departments of Great Britain, in  Spain and her possessions, looked out for  the interests of Americans in the Spanish  territory during the war between Spain  and the-United States. If Mi', Tower  made the request and hostilities should  begin there, Mr. Macerum, of course, will  be designated.  In fact it has been understood by the  government, ever since the Transvaal  question assumed an acute stage, tliat  such an arrangement would be requested  by Great Britain. The officials of the  state department have undertaken the  question of the propriety of receiving a  diplomatic representative of tlie South  African Republic. It is not likely, however, that any agent of the South African Republic will be received by the  state department in any official capacity.  In the convention of 188'i between Great  Britain and the Transvaal it was., expressly stipulated that the Transvaal  should not make any treaties with foreign  governments, except the Orange Free  State, without approval of the British  government, and a. treaty between the  Transvaal and the Orange Free State,  was to be declared void if Great Britain  considered its provisions .detrimental to  her interests. *  This convention will probably be followed by the United States in answering  a request from the South African Republic for the recognition of a diplomatic  agent.    It is believed  that if a bona fide  NEW LINE FOR GAPE BRETON LAURIER'S VISIT TO  CHICAGO  ijin_tfc_#'^^^  As,*S^,\��fS^'A% "\f '.?������'. "*i'.-"���*��� ''-"- ���--������-   "'������-  ������"���"'����� ���������������-"���-������ .���-�����-���. - "--���-���  To Shorten Distance From Europe.  Niow Yon ic, October 10.���The Tribune  today says: Plans are being perfected  for the construction of a short railway  in C.ape Breton island, Nova Scotia, the  completion of which, it is said, will make  possible a saving of IS hours in the time  required for bringing mail from Europe  to this port.  The lino is to built by the Cape Breton  Railway Extension Company, Limited,  which was incorporated under a special  act of the Nova Scotia legislature, passed  March 30th, 1899, and was organized for  business. Those of the corporation who  are resident in the United States, are  John Crump, of this city, Charles Corfield,  of Philadelphia, Joseph Shute, of Atlantic  City, New Jersey, and Lorenzo Shute and  Herbert Dix, of Stanwick, Ncav Jersey.  It is understood that the interests behind the enterprise are the Vanderbilts,  Dr. .Seward Webb being mentioned as its  principal promoter, and it is said that  one of the Vanderbilt private cars only a  day or two ago carried a party from this  city to Nova Scotia on business connected  with the building of fhe new road.  Louisburg, on the east coast of Cape  Breton, 2240 nautical miles from Liverpool, has an excellent harbor never icebound, and a pier, having a depth for admitting the largest vessels at low water.  It is proposed by the company just organized to build a railway from this port,  which may be made the western terminus of a line of fast mail carrying British  steamships, to Hawkesbury, on the straits  of Cansou, a distance of 80 miles from  Hawkesbury.  Existing railways would carry the international mails to all parts of the Dominion of Canada and the United States,  the lines on this side of the border, by  which the mail would reach /New York  City, being, con trolled by, or in close relations with the Vanderbilt roads. The  new road is to be constructed and operated in two sections, the raihvay section,  and the bridge or ferry section, over the  ���i'ip��tU0Y0i;��$^  l&'p^o^eiWiv'i^  ���tfS^f pah^iSp-i'^t; of-I|^;^ta|ii^'|^:  ^ecQipftfitiotf^  ii&Of British^Hzei"*��)JiMyv;    . "-..;..'.,-  ������ VLiSjsofj,.- ^eto'byei* 'fO'^Thpy ^ap^raljev^  S"^3r]sss.:yrathei'  anti-'fiOer; -f^ing.-    Oiie-  'feein^esy.ffi^^^ltliorigii. "England: lias,pot.  aSkeil ^ribuga^ nentraiityy  tljfg ;:Eorijjg4:if3fe . "waSy  "HttiHi&tei^ 'general  fi'ieiidljr coi-respoudeuce was still going  on, tlie increase of troops on a large  [gealie w?vs introduced by her majesty's  government, tlie troops being stationed  iii the neighborhood of the borders of  this republic.  Haying regard to occurrences in the  history of this republic, which it is unnecessary here to call to mind, this republic felt obliged to regard this military  force iii the neighborhood of its borders  tis tij threat agtiinst the independence of  the Sooth African republic, since it was  aware of no circumstances which would  justify the presence of such a military  foi'e'e'iii South Africa and iu tlie neigh-  b< i'l'iqod of its borders.  In an  answef  to an  inquiry with respect thereto, addressed to his excellency  tlie Mgh co'iimissioner, this goverjimeut  ree* ived to its great astonishment, in an-  ��� swer, a veiled intimation  that from the  side of the republic an attack was being  made ou  her majesty's colonies,  and at  the same time a mysterious reference to  , the possibilities, whereby this government  i was strengthened in its suspicion that the  ; independence of this' republic was being  ��� threatened.   As a defensive measure, this  , government was therefore obliged to send  ; a ���portion of the burghers of this republic  in order to offer requisite resistance to  similar possibilities."  "    New* York, October 9.���The London  correspondent of the Tribune cables :    A  prominent Liberal sums up the Transvaal situation in this way;:   "It will not  i;be a campaign, but a parade for purposes���the biggest one ever known of  . red coats.    Kruger has forced us to send  50,000 regulars, in addition to the  30,000  ' already dispatched,  and   there  will  be  no fighting in the end,    Since the dullest  doppel can understand  that  there  is no  ehance of defeating a force of such niag-  .'nitride, tho money will not be wasted,  Tei;Usgi\ i��. ��re:p|ired:'IdiSeii'd MQQ "iiien 'to  r��outh Afiyifea "v^&in^-fol^tnigllt,  $0iiwm: .'Jm$___wi^^ *NQiEs'-  " BitringiTblie^li-st tv^o-dayafive cai'losTtiils  Of p^fjatoes h^N?e beeii received in NelsoiJ  fi'aiHCv'jtii'fr Okaii^givn district. *J*Vvp- car-;  loads- were consigned to- the Parsoris Pji^v  d u&e Cou.vi'ian'y.yand one: each to the. A  Macdonald Compauyi tlie Kootenay Sup"  ply Company, and F. R, Stewart ifc Co,  A car of iuatte.-frO.lii the Trail smelter  piissed tiirough Nelson yesterday' for  New York.  A_siimplej5hil3in^nt*yofo*t",e, f roin: One of  the claims neilr the~Coppef Glolvn7WiWW^  eeived Over the Canadian Pacific yestei'r  day consigned to the Hall Mines siuelter.  Four eai'loads of poles are being delivered at Smelter Iiill. They will be  used in tlie stringing of the wire from  the BonningtOn Falls 'power house to the  po\f er station of the local tramway company.  There will be a general mix-up of local  0. J.. %. men before the end of the present week, T. Hender.son, who has been  agent at Slocan City,, has been appointed  train dispatcher at Nelson, and will assist  John Hamilton. G. T. Moir, operator at  Nelson, will fill the vacant agency at  Slocan City. E, R. Redpath, agent at  Robson, will leave this week to take tlie  agency at Greenwood, and will be succeed at Robson by D. L. Taylor, who is  agent at Rosebery. R. B. McCaunon,  formei'ly of this city, who lias been .operating at Sandon, goes to Rosebery as  agent. O. W. Dey, who is at present operator at Robson, has been appointed  agent at Midway.  It is expected that the rails on the  Bonner's Ferry end of the Nelson & Bedlington railway will be laid to the boundary line at Port Hill today.  The Canadian Pacific is substituting  regular diliing cars for biiifet cars in the  east. ,  Death of Lord Charles Fitzmaurice.  London*, October 10.���Lord Charles  Stewart Reginald Fitzmaurice,. second  son of the marquis of Londonderry, who  has been ill from consumption foi- some  time, is dead.    He was born in 1879,  The Metal Market.  ���New   York,  October   10.���Bar silver;  ."58,3.0.     Silver certificates   5(3c@59c. Mexican, dollars  f7c.    Copper dull;   brokers  $I8!50@.1i>18.7;*5, exchange 16ic.   Lead dull,  brokers $4.40,.exchange, $4.00(��>$l,(3y. ���  :epiiiesl.-'Tw?Lait"e!  :S@n%j^|liijp; "tyfeiw.- :i^^fey'"ili(S-';i3��r*"!  :;��$ryafiye" gp^  ���iijgip^iyid^tj'fe%i^ :fTtpigSI0: \  ;ofVy!f*j|^;: :c[<'faui5i3yV-^ '  !pai'tiSansli|jS^h0i**1;-|:ii^ diOiee  of1 senatbi^ is; ivitjiout validity^ ljut it.  would: '.'(jpmgy ^s^ifcli -better-yiiisijje from  journals wJiieli di<| -%qp. ^ii|jpQ!*i? TOrle'sy iii,  getting the'bad-example^ljicli; tlie Gi'its:.  fbllow,, OrgaiiSi;s-,**li3e"te t'he'presen't:  ���goyei'uineut fo^yajlpoiiitihg' partisatts to  the seivate, deliberately iiltimite tl"*at the  pi.'eeedlng gwernmenjt went rountl" look-  , ing for patrfotS lid fill ��yery vacant seat  iii the uiJpeB llottse. The Cpusei'vafcive  goVernmeht never appointed a patriot  except by a<&identj and the Laurier gOv-  ernineiit'is liasteniug to to do likewise:  The Gousepvatives made the senate an  assdiublage of partisans, and the Lanrierv  goverumeht will not fall to do tlie same.  English Cricketers top Good I'or Yankees.  BiiUL&afruia'JM^^  An Enthusiastic Reception.  Chicago, October 10.���Sir Wilfrid  Laurier, premier of Canada, aud other  distinguished Canadians in the premier's  party, were guests of the Canadian-  Americans today, at an informal luncheon  at the Groat Northern hotel. Over a  hundred guests were present.  The guests began by drinking the  healthof presidentMcKinley and followed  by doing likewise for queen Victoria,  with appropriate toasts. Sir Wilfrid  Laurier responded to the toast, "Canada"  and was frequently interrupted by  applause.  Mayor Prefontaine, of Montreal, spoke  , on the intimate commercial relations be-  .. twoen Canada and the United States, and  urged even closer union along the line of  trade.  The premier and his party visited the  Board of Trade shortly before noon and  were given a decidedly lively welcome by  the bulls and bears in the grain pits. The  Canadian premier, after being welcomed  by president P. S. Lyon, secretary Stone  and others, was escorted to the private  gallery. His entrance was the signal for  a temporary cessation of business, and  the traders, climbing on chairs, tables  and even on each others' backs, yelled  their greetings to' the visiting Canadians.  In response to calls for a speech, Premier  Laurier responded briefly. He said that  as his effort to obtain better social and  commercial relations Avith the United  States had been partially successful, he  was happy. He also said that Canada  was the best purchaser the United States  had, man for man. This.evening the Canadians were driven through the streets  and over the boulevards.  Decided Against the Bank.  Mr. justice Martin has handed down  his decision in-;the Merchants Bank of  Halifax vs John Houston et al case. The  action was brought by the bank to recover possession of about 400,000 feet of  logs and 200,000 feet of lumber  in-the  ���i���*iBl^Wid*^  from the rest of the crew. The Press continues: "These stokers must be terrible  felloAvs to inspire officers, sailors and  male passengers of the' Scotsman witli  such terror that they did not even attempt to rid the women of bad treatment, of lewd songs, and the heart-breaking companionshionship of a few dozen  brutes. As to the pillage, we shall nob  speak of it, English justice having not  taken the thing seriously, since it was  satisfied to condemn to a $10 line the famous stokers of the Scotsman, brought  back to their country by the Monterey  and found in possession of jewclery stolen  from the passengers."  "Paralysis" That the Country Can Stand.  That the niining industry of Kootenay  is a rather lively corpse is borne out by  tlie customs returns of the port of Nelson  for the quarter ending September 30bh.  During this period the value of the goods  entered for import was $213,145, of  which $172,9S4 represented the value of  the dutiable and $40,101 the value of the  free goods. The duty collected aggregated $4S,S5.*3.4S. In the corresponding  quarter of 189S the value of the imports  was but $123,0*37, of which sum $109,S94  represented the value of the dutiable  goods, while $13,743 represented the  Value of the free goods. During this  quarter the collections aggregated $31,-  S90.33. These figures show that during  the last three months, while thccliief industry of the district was reported as  paralyzed, the collections of the port of  Nelson were more than 50 per cent  greater than during, the corresponding  quarter of 1S9S.  4il>on*  ilxtt*.  $Jte>3prl0pe^^  B_n ^ -���..���.._.  ne^i*'"ea^*0^:'��:a"del*-"the  tleineii of Philadelphia made a miserable  showing in the last match against prince  Ranjitsinji's' English cricketei's. The  gaine ended today, the visitors winning,  by an innings and 131 runs. The piiuce's  bowlers seenied to have the local batsmen  at their mercy. They were, however,  aided by a soft wicket. The match was  begun on Saturday last./ The Englishmen scored 3(53 in their first innings, of  which the prince himself contribiited 08,  the top score 74, being .inade by Stoddart.  The Pliiiadelphians made but 85 in then*  first innings.- They followed on for their  second innings, which was finished today  for 147 run's, making a giyand total of 232.  Press Censorship at Manila Abolished.  WApSMINOTON, October 10.���Adjutant-  general Corbin announced today that the  censorship at Manila had not existed for  a month, general Otis having abolished.it  on September 9th. There has never been,  any occasion for announcing tlie fact  until today, when, some question arose as  to the restriction that might prevail, full  reports about the fall campaign reaching  American newspapers. It then developed  that there was no restriction. Any description can be sent by a reputable correspondent to a newspaper, although,  under the new regulations, information  of value to the enemy, or untruthful reports,  will  destroy  the  sender's future  usefulness.   The Usher of the B. 0. Supreme Court Dead.  Victoria,October 10.���-Benjamin Evans,  for thirty years usher of the supreme  court, died at';the Jubilee hospital today  He was superannuated a year ago oil  account of old age. Mr. Evans was well  known throughout the province in the  early days when he .accompanied'chief  justice:.. Begbie, and . justice Crease .on  the.circuits.   '.-.    , ���       ���        .-,.'. .-,*.*  wof theychattelainoi-'feiia^  jbp-.l!tbiistpft.^yto ���: seotire y'm*oiiey .-fesi;. o^ed  3ebmBje i%jiJ*:;Qf.:^^ A;year agfe.  ;ja;st ';$|i3ten:rbe]:,' Softs tony seized:; tlie- .'Jt*|jS::  ^idyliimbec^as:beihf/.t^yi#GttJ'vty -under''  ?fh(e��'inort^ .'Gl'ay!sy.%sy  sig^nieftt, ,ahd^,M^1^*r(|i:; .as. ��� 0ra^'s jas*;  .s'ighee. :'ehiini:e'd?:" whatiWi*-'- ' iiifei:e"��t-'  iwais left, after- Houston's- - nio;i$-  gftges were; Satisfied. Houstoii claimed  that the : "dealings .w/ith.. "Lawford  ; (who was; Griijy-s. bookkeeper) toy  the: bank were a fraud, upon Miff- iii  Seeking to ke.ep after-acquired property  from; coining "under his mortgages to take  ifie plaCC of Such as wasdaily, in Ordinary  course of trade, being disposed of by the  eoucei'u, Jkit&v the suit was commenced.  Houston assigned all his claim to the  Nelson Saw &t Planing Mills, Limited.  When the ease was heard as to the evidence at Nelson-, in June last, E, V. Bocl-  TTOir^f=Vi?toTriSiral7pFaT,M  aiid sii: C. IL Tilpper of Victoria, for the  bank. In September the case was argued  at Victoria by S. S. Taylor, Q. C, of Nelson, for Houston and sir C. H. Tupper for  the "bank. The decision was agaiii3t the  bank.  Frenchp-Caiiadian Steamship Itine.  ' MoNtKiSAi*, October 10.���La Patrie a;n-  nouuees that the 'jvrrangenieiits for the  proposed I^nuvco-Canndiaii lino of stealnv  ships between Boi'deaux and Montreal  have been definitely complet"ed. A. Poiu-  dron lias just returned from F*ran_e,  where he lias succeeded' in olTcetiivg m,  complete organization for carrying out  the pi'ojoct. A number of tlie principal  members of tiie Bordeaux and llarve  chambers of commerce, as well as  Some of tiie most prominent  Parisian capitalists are interested hi tlie  company, and are prepared to inaugurate,  at the opening of navigation next spring,  a regular monthly service between Bordeaux, Quebec, Montreal and the Havre.  Tlie company is composed of such prominent men that it will find even among its  own subscribers tlie nucleus of an important and rapidly developing export  trade from Canada to France, while at, the  same time it will be possessed of sufficient  capital to extend its line if it is found  necessary to do so.  French Eevenge.  The Presse of Montreal gets back at  the English newspapers for1 their comments .ou the Bourgogne disaster.. The.  Scotsman is the point d'appui. The  French paper remarks with what rea<li-.  ness the English press overwhelmed,  the officers and crew of tlio Boiirgogiio  with insults, but how long it.took to give  any news about the .Scotsman, and then  WW-fully ."separated  tlie. wicked .stokers  The Exchequer Shipping Ore. o  The first shipment of ore from the Exchequer mine, which was delayed for several weeks, awaiting the completion of  the ropeway from the mine to the Hall  Mines tramway, is now at the local smelter. Tliere are twenty tons in the. shipment, and the result of the smelter test  will be awaited with interest. The smelter returns will probably be made known  about the end of the week. The Exche"  quer company has 'another twenty tons  ,��r;iaj|^^  New  continues  stickers.    On the three days last week,  when the yachts made attempts to sail,  light, flukey winds left them stranded on  the course when the time limit expired.  Today a-fog bank prevented them from  even leaving their  mooring  buoy  iuside  the spit of land wliich forms Sandy Hook  at the entrance to the lower bay.    Tliis  was by far the most  dismal  day  of all.  There was  gloom  on  board  the  yachts  this morning Avhen   the  crcAvs Avoke up.  "Nothing    doing   on   the   ocean,"    Avas  their     verdict.       But      tlie      AA'eather  bureau had predicted   fair weather with  shifting Avinds for today, and a few clung  A'ainly to the hope  that the prognostications would turn out true. The poor, misguided  public   Avent   like  Iambs  to  the  slaughter.    Meanwhile the racers laid tied  to tlieir  big  buoys  inside the horseshoe.  The circle of their vision through the fog  Avas barely two  hundred  yards in diameter. The sun bored a Avay into the gloom  but could not ponetrate it.  There Avas no-wind to lift the cloud of  mist that literally settled on the water.  If anything the curtain seemed to groAV  denser as the time for getting under way  approached. The danger of being run  down alone Avould haAre deterred them  from putting to sea. SirThonias and Mr.  Iselin had agreed at nine o'clock not to  sail unless the fog lifted and there Avas a  suitable breeze. So the big sloops dtUA-d-  led idly at the moorings.  The crews loafed Jibout the decks. The  prospect of a race Avas never at any time  good enough to justify them in removing  the eoA-ers from the mainsails. About  them lay the flotilla of bottle-holders,  avIio attend upon these gladiators of the  deep, namely tenders, tugs, barges,  launches, and eA'cn steamers.  It is a A'ery luxurious establishment  that a competitor in an international  yacht race maiutains, and it Avas an eye-  opener for some of the sightseers, avIio  subsequently had au opportunity to see  and realize just Iioav tenderly these  fragile racing machines are eared for. Sir  Thomas and his guests aboard the Erin,  and the flagship of the New York Yacht  Club, the Corsair, AA'ith commodore Morgan and his guests, Avere Avithin hailing  distance of the yachts, trying to emulate  the spirit of Wilkins Micawber, but not  making.a brilliant success of it. Through *  the mist came the muflled" clang of the y  great fog bell at the Hook perpetually;:  ���ItpiitipwaM  ^gopd^snap'e&aiicV.F1!^  .a-rjpiieAyayjfrom -y^I'i-esyihaf _'' .ihouiji- :to; thS \  Jfalfc Inihieis... $i!an|,wa^y.\^tere-".lV ;l*uiiiigy  staige; h'aS-.'Jj^en^'biiil'^ w'li|ch;;%cil!igvt^s'i  loadiiig/iuto^thp'-'tramway-h .-'"  ��� ,��� :.,.^^r@ii^^t!&iias^i-.^'|iv^  ���f Oi;-6reeiy ng;,.the:;ept^  biiilfil ilig" On iilica -.��� % tree fc>; .43etvv'eeiii .Sail  lantfileiidi^-tiftrSets.'' ���  There Avei:e 35 neAV lOGationH recorded  aiid 14-: certificates of. nnprovemenij  gisahtied ait the: l?eison mining'iiecor��lW;;s  .offflceduiing the last seven.days;  .  The members of tlie Ispa! Liberal  association, tltrough tlieir genial secile^  tary, George 0,.Tunstall, Jr., are makiiig  efforts to give ministel* of agrieuiture  Fisher and nieniher of pavljameut Bostock  ���it fiittiiig deception on Sattirday' night at  Fraternity hall.  ^:Si^tIyybefi^:l?e.|j  o.ck'th.e^oinniw  ^^  ====^"Ldrd=Pauneefote-About-to^Eetire,==.^=  WapSHingtOn, October 10.���The d,iph>  matic list just issued by the state department contains the new title of the  British ambassador, It sIioavs that Sir  Julian Pauncefote is now " the- light honorable, the lord Pauncefote of Preston,  G.C.B., G.O.M.G., ambassador and pleiii-  potentiai'y \ of Great Britain.'' Lord  Pauncefote will retire from the diplomatic service of Great Britain in April  next,.and thi-*.will..makebaron Faya, tlie  Ittiliiin ambassador, tlio doyen of the dip-'  iomatie corps in Washington,  A Million Short,  Toronto, October lO.��� Fred Barker,  the rancher from Texas, wlio is negotiating Witli the department of agriculture  for the put'Chafjo of shorthorn cattle* says  that it is estiinated that there is a shortness of 1,000,000 steers in the United  States. "There will be a great demand  for cattle for a number of years," said  Mr. Barker. "Scotland lias been drained  of car-tie and uoav avc have turned to-  Avards Canada, whose cattle are A^ery acceptable." Mr. Barker a. ants very  thoroughbred oattlc and is AVilling to  take any quantity.  Placed an Order for a New Cable.  The Hall Mines, Limited, of Nelson, has  placed an order for a new steel cable, for  the Silver King tramway, Avith the Dominion Wire Rope Company of Montreal.  The cable will weigh about 35 tons and  be nine. miles long. This is tho fourth  the 'company has purchased since tlie  tramway has been in use, the cables lasting, about a year.  ..Another.Egyptian Campaign.  ".- : London;:-October."-110.-~The..Catro correspondent ofthe Daily Mail.says that-general lord , Kitchener  will . lead an expedition, of 0,000 men against the Khalifa.  ���so^t-he.^'iQnnal'-iauiian^^^  ���T|io'in'tv"S; ���"wa&'h^oO  ���yOS,- felfev0i?.:-j^a^'j|e**^;'^)^  %*v4ftpn"te<lyt0;',^,6iu^  .t^ialili^  aisie:io|a*^a^iipg  _ c&|ue-ro:yer;oftf*a]^;;othe^  ybring ������b;a4iilt.h>^etji%;'''p|*:^  p:at'leasii tw.0; '%(/ei;yrityAyeek*4i*MdS'i^^  yon want 'thein;."-^������._. :-y-~y:y.^yyi!yi{iy^^%fM,,!if,.:t  -  About ������qjicj-x^efe^^  sli* Tliomas^ J^ptbiV- & \^^M^^^^$^y{:i\  abide by ���the::desi'3i,on:jpl*;.ye^e^^  to sail a race ��� :tpmO'i*i*0\y.; ��� -���' ^'The^&pemp^ll1  Avili  be' Ji'mtT'g...oiv/riii;if:^  after daily uiitiiythe 'sefie&Vily'-Mhit^  JIalf' an hour nfc-leM the^exeilrsio;it?|lee*^n^i^  stai'ted  far home,   tihe; suinj- ..stj^igglisijj^  througli the,g'loom fbr #.feWiiii;n'ute'li:^"i��^  the effort seemed to havebeentoo'niifeilfy^  for the 61cl~bey antl he "went back, ��� * 'yr:vyy  The regatta eommitfeee, who Avere oil-���  board the tug Wilter LuckenbaGh, wojit y  direct .to -the light-hip, taking witli theiii''.:  the tug to'Jog: off the course in ease ythe ���  Aveathei* should clear. They ariivod thei*e  soon after 9:3Q o'clock, After Awaiting,  about au hour they went to Sandy Hooil;;  bay to find the yachts still .at thciivy'*  moorings."  .   They  anrtonnced  at   11:1 S that tliere,:  would be ho fate to(hiy Jind that a further y  ininouneeinent would be made later con-  eerniug the date of tile next race.  After a brief couferouce at eleven  o'clock on board, tlie cons.mi��vtco tug, witli  Messrs. Kane, Gri .wold and Griniiell of  the regatta comtuittee, Mr. .Sfuirnmn  Crawford, -"eprob'cntihg the Boyal Ulster  Yacht Club, Avent on board tlie flagshij)  Corsair to confer With '.commodore J.  Pierpont Morgan, Avho is also a membef  of tlie cup committee. In less than  fifteen minutes they Ave it t back to the regatta committed boat and announced that  tliere Avon Id be no race tomoiTOAV, and  tliat the original programme decided upon at last Suuday**s meeting would M  carried out to tiie letter. Tliis AA-as that  the next race shall be on Thursday, and  that the yachts shall race eA^ery day  thereafter, Sundays excepted, until the  series are completed.  A Nelson Industry.  B. C. Itiblot,  who  is  building all  the  mine tramways now  under construction  in Kootenay manufactures all the buckets  and appliances at his  Avorks in  Nelson.  Tiie Avorks are located  on Front street*.-'  and the plant is operated by Avater power.  The buckets are as well  finished  as  any-  turned out in the big mining machinery  works   anywhere.     Mr. Riblet lias Jive  tramways under way.  sf�� THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1899.  |L  w  You can always count on seeing* Ihe very newest and  nobbiest styles of mantles at this store and in any style or  length, short, medium or long*, full or tight fitting back We  have done a big business in this department during the past  few weeks and the common opinion'of the hundreds"of women  who have inspected this part of our stock is that "they are  the nicest avc have ever seen."  Prices from .$5 to $25.  Children's coats and reefers from $1.75 to $9 each.  #  MARTIN O'REILLY & CO.  %  BANK  OP  B. O.  BUILDING-,  NELSON.  TBm^S   CASH  iOi)  UNDERWEAR  Boy's Underwear cannot always be had, but our stock  is complete at present and we would advise early buying  French espionage department. Mine.  Bastion could not read nor write, so the  second agent sorted the papers. This  Avent on for many years and the Germans had not the slightest suspicion of  the truth.  The Meanest Woman in Town.  First Lady Clerk���There goes the meanest woman in toA\'ii.  Second Lady Clerk���Who is she?  First Lady Clerk���I don't know, but  she is always coming in here and wanting  something avc haven't got.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPORATED 1670.  Just Received . ..  Christie Brown's  Celebrated  MEN'S OUTFITTER  Sign ot the RED   HAT, Baker St., Nelson  J. F. WEIR  Wholesale  Houses  DERATED AND  MINERAL WATERS.  TirOKPK & CO., LIIvUTKl).���Corner "Vernon and Cedar  .slrccls, Nelson, Tiiiini'ifacturcrs' of und wholesale  dealers in a'rated waters and fruit syrups. .Sole agents  for Halcyon Springs mineral water.  Bayers' supplies  Denver. Coloiudo.  ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES.  Corner  Haker  and  .Tosc-  wholcsalo   dealers in as-  _i_onls for Denver fire Clay Co. of  WF.  TKJOTZEL &   CO.  ���   phine si reels. Xelson,  wholesale   dealer.'  CIGARS.  -Cor-  lire brick' and  md general coni-  KOOTKNTAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING CO.  nor Jlakcrand JI.iU streets Xelson, manufacturers  of_"Jtoyal Seal" and "iCootonay JJelle"brands 6f cigars.  . COMMISSION MERCHANTS!. .  H,J. 1"* VAN'S & CO.���Hakor'Mreel, Nelson, wholesale  , ���   dealers in Hiplors, cigars, cement  -Jlro clay, water jiijie and steel rails  mission merchants.      .   -  '     ,  FLOUR AND FEED.    -.,  BRACJCMAX& KI'in'MILLINO COMl'ANY LTJ**.-  Kilint -street, Xol.son, wholesale dealers in (lour, oatmeal, elc., and hay and grain. Jlills at Kdinonlon, Victoria, and Now W cstminsicr.  GROCERIES.  A   MACDONALD &. CO.���Comer Vernon and Josn-  ���   ])hinc" til recta,  wholesale grocers and jobbers in  blankets, gloves, mitts; boots, rubber-, muekinaws and  -miners'sundries.  OOTKNAY   SUPPLY    COMPANY,     LIMITED-  Vcrnon street, Xelson, wholesale grocers.  TOUX   CIIOLDITCH  "    ttliolespile grocers.  &  CO.��� Kiont  street,  Nelson,  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS  &  CO.���Haker si reel,,  Nelson, wholesale  P.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  HBYKJiS& CO.-Corncr Raker and ,Josophinc*!trecl.s,  ��   Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining  supplies.   Agents for Giant Powder Co,  LAWHKN'CK KAIIDWAKK COMPANY���Haker .St.,  Xelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining  .supplies, and Water ami plumbers'(supplies.  ANV, DIMITKD  lealei'K-irt-hanl-  ind tinsmiths'.sup-  "tTAXCOUVHR HAROWAUK COM I   " ���Hakei'-strccf, Nelson, \\ holesalo-dealei'K-irt-hanl  ware and mining supplies, plumbers  plies.  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNKIt. ilKHTOX & CO.���Corner Vernon and .Tosc-  -*��� phine slrceta. Nolson, wholesale dealers, in liquors',  Cigars aud dry goods. Agonta for P.ibst Hrewing Co. of  Milwaukee and Calgary Ilrcwiug Co. of Calgary.  POWDER,  CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POAVDKU COMPANY���Haker street,  Nelson, niamifaclurers of dynamite, speirling,  ril.umping and black lihu-ling powders, wholesale dealers  in caps and fare, ami electric blasting apparatus.  deficit of ten thousand dollars to its successors, and one of the Avays to reduce  the deficit is to keep on collecting the  monthly license from the people who imagine thattheycaniiotdobnsiness Avithout  the aid of machines that give them tho  big end of the money that, is played  against them. As alderman Fletcher is  an avowed candidate for mayor, he knows  that the people Avill not take kindly to  his candidacy if the council which he  absolutely bossed is unable to show that  tliey paid their Avay during their term in  office. Nickle-in-the-slot machine and  music hall licenses Avill help to lessen the-  deficit, but the deficit cannot be AA'iped  out altogether unless every OAvner of a  retail license can be induced to* place a"  ynickle-in-the-slot machine in his or her  place of business.  If tub promoters of the so-called music  hall bylaAV have no other object than to  provide a place of amusement for the  Avorkingmen of the city, they should not  be afraid of alloAving the worjdiigmen of  the city to pass upon the question. It Avas  alderman ITillyer's boast that his bylaw  would be such as Avould be approved, by  the citizens generally. If he is still of  the same opinion, he should-give the citizens a chance to ratify his pet measure.  And a Choice  Assortment of  Biscuits and Cakes  Hudson's Bay Co.  PROVISIONS, PRODUCE AND  FRUITS.  PARSONS   I'RODUCK   COM I'ANY���Vernon   stri  Nelson, wholesale- dealer-, in   prut Nimr.   produ  ��� and fruita.   Agents for.Swifl & ('o. Imuiiu and hams.  JY. OKIFK1.V & CO.-  ���   streets,   Nel.son,   wholesale dealers  -Corner Vernon and Josephine  i'li'.-ale dealers  iu  provision*,  cured jncfita, bailor and eggs.  It is rumoied that DaA'id Mai'k Carley  aud W. A. Macdonald, the local leaders  of the Conservative party, lnwe patched  up their differences and buried the  hatchet, W. A. is to be boomed in the  Economist for mayor at the next election,  and, I_ay_kLMark-is-to-be-Nolson's -candidate in the convention that Avill nominate  Hewitt Bostoek's opponent in the coming  Dominion election.  Telephone 13  Nelson Iron Works  MANUFACTORERS OF     ��� - T ';  BNGHNKS, BOILERS, SHAFTING, IRON AND*  BRASS CASTINGS OF EV33BY DESCRIPTION,  Repairs promptly attended, to.    " P. Q. Box 173.  Bulbs  for  Fall  Planting-  20,000 Holland Jiulbs to arrive in September ;" 5000 Japan  Lilies to arrive In October: ly00 Rhododendrons, Azaleas,  Magnolias. Roses, etc. to arrive in October Thousands  of Roses, Camclias, Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs,  etc., growing on my ,o\vn grounds for the fall trade.  Catalogue freo.  M. J. Henry   ' -     Vancouver, B. C  Gut Prices is the  ���  Order of the Day  Andl want to be in it. I havo just received  Fall samples of Suitings and Over-  ndatingt". representing a $50,000 stock to  choose from made l.o your order at. p iocs  never before heard of in Nelson. All the latest  fads in Fancy Veqtings for Fall and winter.  Ladies' tailoring in sill its branches a-spccially.  Lowest piices.   liooms I and 11, Hillyer block.  Till? disturbance Avhich marked the  city council meeting, at which the music  hall bylaw was considered, lias prompted  .several staid old citizens to remark, that  the bylaw should be amended so that the  lessees of the music hall should be required to maintain a policeman to pro-  servo order at tho council meetings, instead of in tlie concert hall.  Fit STJiWAItT  ���    track,   fool   of  t<C CO.-Warehouses on (.". P. II.  track, foot of Stanley p-lrccl. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in. provisions, produce and fruit*. Cold storage.  Agents Armour & Co. 8 bacon, hams, lard and other products.  SASH AND DOORS.  TCTKL.S0N SAW AND PLANING MIULU, UMITKD-  *�� Corner Front, Sum! I.Frill streets, Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale d6alers in sash antl doors; all  kinds of. factory work made to-order..  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LTMITFJ**-Corner J'Vont and Hall streots, Nolson. wholesale dealers  in wines (case and bulk) and domestic and imported  cigars.  ��tte t&vttnme..  IJkoausk John M. Harris, manager of  the Jleco mine at .Sandon, is going back  to spend the Avinter in "Old Virginy,"  the Miner at once jumps to tho conclusion that all mining operations in the  Slocan are at a standstill.  Stevens, Tlie Tailor  Wood S~Woocl .r Wood!  Good dry wood, all lengths. Leave  orders at Jacobson's feed store on  Vernon street (next door to Tribune  Office).   Telephone 97.   JOHN CROFT.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  nj<:i,son, B. 0.  Coffee roasters and dealers In Tea and Coffco.  Oiror fresh roasted cofrco of best quality as follows:  Java and Arabian Macha, por pound..... 9   10  Java and Mocha Hicnd, 3 pound')  1 00  Kino Santos, 1 pounds  1 00  .Santos Maud. 6 pounds  1 00  Our Special JJIend, 6 pounds  l oo  Our Uio Roast, C pounds  1 00  A trial order solicited.  Salesrooms 2 Doors  East of  Oddfellows   Bloctt,,   West  Bakor Stseet  S Fop something1 that will please you see what we are  S showins.  in men's white shirts our line at  m  fa  m  #  #  m  \1 eaeh cannot be surpassed.  LADIES WRAPPERS  IVjatle of good washing Flannelettes  nicely finished and good styles.  ���0$  || Ladies' and Children's, Ladies' Gapes and  # Furs are being opened daily.  Silk, satin and cashmere  shirt  and blouse   waists, a  large variety to select from  Ladies' and children's Cashmere Hose, rib aqd plain  We ask you to inspect the above goods.  m  m  m  A  N  D  Baker  Street,   Nelson.  m  m  m  .m  M  $  Big .;Scf|pbi^r  Beer or Half=  and=i~l��ilf....  lO Cts  Always Fresh  Always     Gfcjol  THE BEST GLASS OF BEEE IN NELSON IS  AT THE  GIubHotel  ��. J. CURRAN, Prop.  Corner Silica and  Stanley Streets.  Smoke...  ROYAL SEAL AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS   The Finest Residential  Property in  Nelson  FAIRVIEW  [BOGUSTOWN]  All the unsold lots-in the Fairyiew Addition to Nelson are now on  the market at reasonable prices and on easy terms. This, property is very  desirable for residences.   Apply to  West Baker Street, Nelson. T. M.   WARD, Local Agent.  Grove Hotel  Beer Garden  NEAR NELSON & FORT SHEPPARD RAILWAY DEPOT.  THE  BEST  BEER BREWED AT  HOME  OR ABROAD  ON DRAUG-HT OR IN BOTTLES.  SPECIAL ATTEOTI  Havo just received a consignment of Harris homo   made tweods-from"TalbotrHarris,~Scotlan_.  FBED J. SQUIBE, Baker St. Mod  The dimply Ib limlced, en call early and exftinlno thlR stock.  UNION   MADE  Da-xt EDmojr.....  "VVKKKtpY Edition.   ....FIRST Ykah. No. 239   Seventh Ykar, No. 38  " This next session of tlie city; council  will be livelier than the session held, on  Monday night, if alderman' Beer, asks alderman El tocher if lie is in favor of closing down all tlie nickle-in-the-slot' mach;  Iocs in thetown. AlderjinuiFletclier knows  itluifc the present council will hand over a  Men of the Day,  James Frasei*, a native of Woodstock,  ���Ontario, has been unanimously elected to  the presidency of the lloyal college of  veterinary surgeons, Loudon, England.,  This is the highest honor that can be conferred hipon any member of the profession, and Mr. Fraser is the first colonist  to occupy the position.  A Handy Woman.  A curious figure in French politics has  disappeared from Paris. This is l\Iiue.  Bastien, who was charwoman at the German embassy. She used to enter the  building at six in the morning and empty  the contents of the waste-paper basket,  coat pockets, and any drawers she could  ramsack into a receptacle, wliich was  handed  over   to another   agent   ot the  Vienna Restaurant  Baker streot, between Josophino and  Hall streets. Nelson.  MEALS At ALL HOURS. DAY OH NIGHT  BAKKRY IN COtfNKCTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED  -3-     **E3CtJ*B**EfS'!>     F*RO*E>*BI*Hl_.0**E*t  Special Notice to toe People of Kootenay  I am now prepared to test the eyes  ofthe people, as I have in my department a first-class optician. I have a  large selection of gold frames and the  very best of lenses. Call and get your  eyes examined at  JACOB DOVER'S The Jeweler  RAILROAD W0RK~~  Kootenay Cigar laafg. Co.  Nelson, British Columbia.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OF  ���8F Beep, ���  Prompt and regular  delivery to the trade.  Brewery at N-alson.  One Imiifli'Oil men wanlctl on Xorlli Star. IJi-nnoh of  Crow's N<wt Hallway, ;it Crmibrook, J'tritish Cdluiiibin.;  Kood wiige.-f. Threu irlileM of shil.ion work to lei for no.vl.  Iliirty diiys. TivuiHiiorlnlion rules one cent jmji- mile.  Tjiinspm'UiUon. cun be obUlimiil froni CJiinadiiui Pacific.  I'jiilwuy niniiit nt. Nelson or at any I'. I*. KvhIjiI ���'<�����.  JiKKCMvINItllJaJC &  liUNII  tlnmbrook, Oclobcrliml, 18!!!*. . Coiitriicloix.  Lime 70 Ceqts per 100 pounds.  Will deliver in ton lots  Brick $12 per thousand.  At yard or on scows at government wharf.  The West ICootenay Brick & Lime Co., Lid,  Bakor Stroot.       T. 0. PBOOT09, Maossev  NOTICE.  Nol see is; hereby Kiven thiit in lliirty days, I intend (o  ajijily (o tlie eliiel* eoniniissiotier of lands mid works', for  IierniissiQii lo cut iind ciiri'y away tlmbur oil' tlio below  duiolibud limils:  ("ummcwiiiKiil Hie norllionst corner of II. I), _Ic:I)cr-  njid's litnber elaini, on Ijiifraijco crei'k, on ���ioulh una of  Koolonay liiiku, (Iience oiiht J'urly elinins, tlionee muiIli  len ehains, llioueeeasl ninl-ty cIiiiIiin Ibence norlb len  chains; tlienco easl forty-live chains, I hence soiiiIl Hfly  chains, thence west live chains; Iliuncui-oiilli luuuliahis;  thence wesl suvonluun cliains; Ihence south ion chains;  thence wesl ciKhtcen cliuins. thence north ten chains;*  thenee west fmi Iy chains, thencesoulh ten chuin.s. ihence  west forly chains; tlienco south len chains; thenee west,  forly-llve chains, tlience norlh eighty chains to place of  eonnncnccineiil. GIOO. GRAY.  Xelhon, H, V.. Scptcmber22nd. 1S!KI.    _________  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given Unit in lliirly (Ja.Vs, I Intend lo  apply to the chief commissioner of lands and works, for  permission to cut and curry nwny limber oil* the below  described lands:  Cuirimcneinit at a post about twoanda half miles up  l.afrance creek, on tile south arm of Koolenaylake, com-  inoncijii; ill 'be noi'lbwestcorner,-thence cast (Ivecliains;  thenee north forty chains; (hence east twouty elinins;  tlience north ten chains: tlience ea.stninc chains: tlience  north ten;cliains; tlience east live chains; thenee north  ten chains; tlience east ten cliains; thenco north ten  chains'; thenee oast ten chains; thenco north ton  chains;  tllonce east twelve cliains; thence north ftvc  "chains; thenco east thirty-eight ehains; thence north  twenty chains;   thenco  cast fourteen   chains;   thenco  :south twenty chains; thence west eighteen chains.;  thence south six chains; thence west twenty, ehains;  thence south twonty-II ve chains; thence west ton chains;  ;, thonc(i.sout.h twenty chains; thence westt\v���onty chains;  thenee south lifteen ehains; thence west ten  chains;  : thence south twenty-five chains: tlience west eight  Chains; thenee south twenty live chains: thence west  seventeen cliains; thence south eleven chains; thence  west twenty chains; thenee north thirty-two elinins to  the place of commencement; H. 0. MoDKKMID.  Nelson, Jj. C��� August 29th, 18!*9.        -   NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that in thirty days I intend to  apply to tlio chief commissioner of lands and works for  permission to cut and carry away tiniber off tlio below  described lands:  Commencing at a post ton ehains south of II. Houston s  northeast corner post, on Gray creek, running into Crawford Day, on ICootenay lake, and thenee cast, forty chains;  thenco south eighty chains; thence west ten cliains;  ithence south eighty chains; thence east ten chains;  tlience south forty cbain.s; thence West forty chains;  thenco north tifty chains; thenco west ten cliains; tlience  north one hundred, chains; thence east, ten chains;  tlienco north llfty chains lo the place of conimcncbmcnt.  TtrrmrAK spun AT.  Nelson, B. C, September OUi.  THOMAB Sl'KOAT.  NOTICE.  Nof ice is hereby given I hat in thirty days, T intend to  apply lo the chief commissioner of hinds and works,  for pcrmi.ss'on to cut and carry away timber oil' the below  described IiiiiiIm:  ('omiiieiK'imciit a post about live miles uj) Yuill creek  on Ihe westiinn of ICoolcnay lake; Ihence norlh eighty  chains-; llmncc wunt len chains; (iioneo norlh sixty  chains; Ihence west ten chains'; thence nortli forly  chains; ihence west ten chains; thonoo norlh forly  chains; Ihonee west ton chains; thenco north forly  chains; Iheneo Wesl leu chains; thenco norlh forty  chains: Iheneo wo!, Ion chains: Ihence mnih twenty  elinins: thence wesl forly chains ; Ihence soutli twenty  chains; thenco cast ten chains; thenee souili foity  chains; tlience cast Ion chains; thence souili forty  chains; thenco Cii.il Ion chains; thenco south forly  ehains; tlietu'c'.caM. ten chains; thenco sonlh forty  chains; Ihence cast ten cliains; tlience south sixty  chains; llioncc cast Ion chains; thence soulh eighty  cliains: Ihence east forty chains lo Ihe place of coin-  niencemenl. .   CUAltbKS IIIIjIjYJ'JU.  Nelson, 15. (*., Augxst ISIh, IS!)!*.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that in thirty days, I intend to  apply lo the chief commissioner of lauds und works for  perinissipn to ontantl curry away timber oil' the below  described lands: ���    .-.  Coiiinicnciiig at a post, about twoanda half miles up  from the motitli of a creek riiiining into* Crawford Hay,  on JCootemiy lake, and known as Gray ereok, marked  northwest corner; tlience east forty chalJis; thence north  ten ehains; thenco cast twenty chains ; tlience north  ten cliains; thence east thirty-Jive chains; thence south  two chains; t hence east seventeen cliains; thence south  sixty chains; tlienco west fifteen chains!. tlienco north  ton eliains; thence west twenty-live' cliains; thenco  south ten chains; thence west sixteen chains; thenco  south ten cliains; them.e west sixteen chains; tlience  north ten cliains; thenee west forty chains';' tlienco north  forty-two cliains to the place of commencement*;  HAltUY*HOUSTON.  Nelson, B. C, September Citli, 18!)!).  ONE DOLLAR A~SoI^~  The undersigned has a largo quantity of'ilr, cedar, and  tamarao slabs, in 16-inch and J-root lengths, suitable��� for  etove wood, wliich will be sold for ?la load at the mill  yard.  NELSON SAW & PLANING MILLS.- Limited.  Nelson, August 19th, 181)3.  .  SQUIRE'S   RANCH   FOR   SAfcE  Containing 120 acres of- land- within one'and a  quarter miles of "Nelson.  For farther  particulars apply, to  FRED J. SQUIRE,   Nelson; B,  C. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER ii, 1899.  J ANK OF MONTSEAL  Capital,  Best,  all paid  up,    -  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LORO STRATIICONA AND  MT   ROYAL, President  Hon. GEO. A. DRUMMOND Vice-l'residont  K   S. CLOUSTON Oonoral Manager  THE BANK OF  NELSON  *3Sr*H3XJSO"N*   B*_*a-__*_*TO*__:  N. "W. Cor. Baker and Stanley Streets.     nnANcnKs in     .  LONDON  (England),   NEW YORK.   OHIOAGO  and In tho principal cities in Canada.  Buy and soil SterlliiR Exchange and Cable Transfers  QUANT COMMICHCIAT, AND THAVKr.I.KHS' C11KDIT8,  available in any part of tho world.  DRAFTS ISSUKD    COLLKCTIONS MADKJ KTO.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURUKNT KATK OF INTKHKST- PAH)  " " * n ' - ' '  IF   WAR    SHOULD   COME.  Great changes have taken place in the  Transvaal since Majuba Hill. Then the  ]ioer army was simply a collection of  patriotic farmers, organized only for the  defence of their hearths "and homes.  Such a tiling'as fighting according to the  European .method ..was' not thought of,  and neither was it necessary, as the  crushing defeat of the British regulars  proved. The wily Boer, however, realized that it would hardly be possible to  repeat the victory of Ma]uba Hill. The  present crisis finds the Boer with his new  tactics learned and everything as much  in readiness for a coup in 1809 as it was  in 1SS1. Now the Transvaal is fortified  with modern strongholds that are  crammed with amtuunition and bristling  with ordnance. The soldiers are organized and trained in the art of war; every  branch of tlie service, and especially the  artillery, is. thoroughly equipped.  To form a correct idea; of tlie formidable nature of this tinny, imagine a. force  made up of 45,000 'men of the caliber of  our rough riders, fighting to the death on  ���'their., native soil. Could any array of  . European makeup force passes guarded  by such a body of men as tliese? Gunners toiling up the passes to place tlieir  pieces would be picked "bit tit long range  like deer on a hillside. To increase tlie  attacking force "would only add to the  slaughter. .  , '  Should tho sharpshooters" fail to keep  back the storining'-iirmy that must force  Laing's'Neck to get to the Transvaal, tho  British will 'find they have to cope witli  as line "a body of artillery as the' world's  , armies possess. The guns tire of the very  newest pattern, 'tlie -gunners trained  marksmen*. Tliis maguilicent artillery  comprises the second line that the British must face after forcing back skirmish-"  ers who have never yet been beaten at  their own particular style of fighting.  ' After the forcing of tho passes into the  Transvaal, what? Why the British  must win their way step by step, for the  Boers will only allow the invaders to gain  ground over-their dead bodies. Should  the lirst line of defence be killed to a  man,  the British must still capture the  FOR-FALL-PL ANTTING -  tada Ilriig ami look Oo.,  i_ii^i__j_3_3  Corner of Baker and Stanley Scoots. NelSon  HAIB GOODS AID HMfi OfiMEiffi  Switches from $2 up.  MRS. J. W. KEARNE Yhfts opened a Ladies Hair Dress-  Inn Ppii'ior in room 1, Victoria block, Nelson, and is pro*  ���   ��� ���    - i��niish cvcrythiilK inthe way of hair goods  pared to fu*i  and hair tonics.  Treatniont"of tho scalp" a specialty.  ARCHITECTS.  EWART & CARRIE-Architects.  Rooms 7 and 8 Ab  erdeon block. Baker street, Nelson.  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS-Nelson   Lodge,  No,   25,  Knights of Pythias, meets in I. O. O.F. Hall, corner  Baker and ICootenay streets, every Tuesday evening at  8 o'clock.   Visiting Knights cordially invited to attend.  T. LILLIE. O. 0. . K.a JOY, I_.ofR.fcS.  "NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. V, & A. M. Meets  second Wednesday in each month. Sojourning  brethren invited.      .  "VTELSOM" L. O. L., No. 1002, meets in I. O. O. F. Hall,  ���"   corner Baker and Kootenay streets, 1st and 3rd  Friday of each month.   Visiting' brothers cordially invited.  JOHN TOYE, W;-M.      F. J. BRADLEY, Roc. Sec.  ���KTEI.SON   JFAUK,  Number  22; Fraternal Order of  ���**    Eagles, meets every second and fourth Wednesday in  each month in Fraternity Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome.  J. IRVING. President.        J. R. WRAY. Secretary.  KLSON MINERS' UNION  NO.- !X*. W. F. of M.���  Meets in.K.'P. rooms. Fraternity Hall, the first and  third  Saturday evenings in  each month at 8 o'clock.  Visiting members welcome.  JAMES WILKS, Sec'y.      CIIAS. A. McKAY. Pros.  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Sl^aguay, U. S., Atlin, B. C, and  Dawson City, Yin\oi) District.  forts tluit the Boers havo built. These  forts were planned by skilled engineers,  and built and armed by men who understand modern war thoroughly.  On the road to Johannesburg tho British will encounter a fort that has been  declared to be little short of impregnable.  On the other hand there" aro many who  predict that the Boers will take the initiative and, with a quick dash across the  border, before the bulk of the British caii:  arrive, havo Capo Colony tit tlieir'mercy.  Here the mistake is made of supposing  liliat the British have not taken warning  by the signs of the coming storm. Never!  were the troops of the queen in bettor  shape at Cape Colony than at present.  Tho'map gives an idea of the .strategical positions af the two forces. On the  cast and southeast of the Transvaal audi  to the east of the Orange Free state lies  the colony of Natal, of; which Zululand is  .now a province. It has three military  stations��� Pietermaritzjburg, Ladysmith;  and Eshowe. A railway runs up from;  Durban or Port Natal, through Pieter-;  inarit'/.burg and Ladysmith, to the border,  township of Charlestown, whence it isl  continued through Transvaal, territory  to-.Johannesburg.' The angle formed by;  the Newcastle district,., which juts out  between the South African republic and!  the Orange Free state, is a position of;  great importance, a "fact clearly recognized by the British military authorities:  in the formation of a camp at Laing's:  Neck.  Of the   British    regiments   in   South  Africa at  the present  time several  are  fully educated in the guerrilla style  of  warfare that the Boers would, practice in  the  event   of   war   breaking   out.    The  ���most efficient and best equipped troops;  are  the body  of Natal. mounted  police,  550 strong,  composed  of men who are-  ready  for immediate service, know tlie  country thoroughly and are fully train-,  ed to the requirements of Soutli African;  warfare. ;  "The  Cape Mounted -Rifles - is another -  force that will bo able to cope with the,  Boers on.terms of equality by reason of  the fact''.'that they know as. much about  the Boer, style of fighting as the Boei\  does.'  These Rifles .-were . reorganized in'  IS7S from  tho Frontier mounted police!  Their strength is now a little over 1000.,  Like the Natal police, the Cape mounted  Rifles possess artillery aud are ready to.  go to tho front at an hour's notice.  Of the various volunteer organizations  that aro composed of Cape Colonists who  know- how to use the rille aud take part  in a "sniping" warfare, are the Transkei  mounted rides, commanded by captain'  St. John Henley, This corps is made up  of trained sharpshooters, hunters of  game .and expert marksmen.  FOR SALE  BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL  PROPERTY  30 by 120, Baker street, between Josephine and  Ward streets S8000  50 by 120, Raker street, between Josephine and Hall  streots, corner   25 by 120 with improvoinonts, south sido of Vernon  street  5000  SO by 120 with improvements, south side of Vernon  street  6000  2J lots_with cottage rented at $15 per month, Victoria  street .""T.TT&SOO  2 lots with cottage rented at $20 per month, Stanley  street...  3000  S lots in block AID, all cleared and fenced in......... 2500  AGENTS FOR  J. a d, TAYLOR SAFES  Real fetato and Gonofal Agents,. Baiter St., Nelson  The Nelson EleetPie Jpamwajrfo,, ML  LOTS FOR  ON EASY TERMS  Larfto number of choice building lots adjacent to the  line of their tramway. Vov price aiid tei-ins of salo apply  to the otllcc of the company, Macdonald block, corner of  Josephine and Vernon streets.    TVrTW,.xl, ���   _ t  T. O. DUNCAN, Secretary,  Charles  0.  J. Christie  GENERAL.  BROKER.  i*N*s*cr**R__.isrc^s  RH_p.Ii ESTATE AND LOANS.  FOR SAL'S: '  5-Room House:  $1300 '50-Foot Corner...  4-Koonl House $!K)0  .8,300  Gkries L Waterman & Go.  CUSTOMS BROKERS  AUCTIONEERS  HEAL ESTATE and &ENEBAL AGENTS  Baker Street, Nelson  FIRST DOOR WEST BANK B. C. BUILDING.  The body of. men who would probably  be called upon to throw themselves into  the breach to stop a Boer raid is known  as the Diamond Fields Horse. Tliis is  ��� one of the most noted military organizations in Soutli Africa and forms the right  wing of the Griqualand West brigade,  which also comprises the Diamond Fields  artillery and tho Kimberley rilles. Had  these crack military organizations of  Soutli Af.iica been among the defenders  of Majuba Hill it is certain that a different tale would have been told on the day  when general Colley thought to end the  war by his unfortunate (lank movement.  Any rush of the Boers will, therefore,  meet a barrier that will be strong  enough to hold back tho tide of sharpshooters from the Transvaal until the reinforcements arrive from England and:  India.  ...  A Lesson in Economics.  The 'difficulty of changing an established standard of coinage is far greater thani  appears  at first  sight.    Our  dollar is of I  such a weight that $1.8(5 2-3 cents shall be  equal to one pound sterling.    That is an  awkward ratio, as awkward as could be"  devised.    Our  dollar, too, contains 23.22*  grains    of   gold,   an   awkward   weight,  neither a measure nor a multiple of any;  weight  used in trade..   But these awkward weights and ratios exist on account*  of the difficulty  of making alterations.,  When people grow accustomed to the use  of a coin they learn to estimate its value-  in all the articles of trade.    They know  how much wheat, how much labor, how  iriucli bread,  butter,  cloth and lumber,  how much of all articles and all lines of  service it  will   buy.    For   that   reason;  when the weights and measures ofordinary commodities are adjusted and regu-;  lated,  the weights of coins, with which.1  people have grown familiar, are not dis-1  turbed.    Thus the weights of coins bearj  no   easily   measurable   relation   to   the;  weights  used  in trade.    To  change the j  Canadian  dollar to the fifth of a pound'  sterling   would   create  great  confusion.;  The   purchasing 'power'' of   the   dollar!  would be changed and all quoted prices *  would be'upset.    Wages as expressed in.  dollars would fall, although really as high  as before, and every price list would re-'  qtiire readjustment.  Craft and Subtlety.  Justice  has  never  been  done  to   the,  craft and subtlety with which this gov-.  eminent  conducts negotiations.      Take, 5  for example, that bit of roguishness, or  'verueukerij,' atBloemfontein..  The wily*  Oom Paul told sir Alfred Milner.that the  Uitlanders could 'easily become electors:  for the Second Raad, and "you know,"- he  added, with "bland*" persuasiveness, "they,  have then" the right to serve as jurymen*;  and select the local officials, such as field  cornet,     commandant   and    landroost."  Was .it a slip ofthe memory of. the old  man that caused him to forget to tell sir  Alfred that every one of these privileges  had been taken away from . the gold;  fields? The high commissioner, not having been-to-Johannesburg, was probably  not aware that the town, which contains  a larger European population than, all  Oom Paul's burghers put together, could  not, if every man of them were a second  ' raad voter, elect a single official. Every  other part of the Transvaal did choose  its magistrate, but not Johannesburg.  And now, when there is a possibility of  the Uitlander getting the franchise, the  volksraad has rushed through a new  amendment to the constitution, providing tliat henceforth the landroosts shall  all be appointed by the president.  The Old Man's Occupation.  "It's a queer world," said the old man,  "when you come to think it over. You  know, 1 eddicated Jim for a lawyer.  "Yes."  "An'Bill fer a preacher ?"  "Exactly."  "An' Tom fer oneo' them tliere literary  fellers?"    '  "I've heard so."  '    "An' Dick fer a doctor ?"  :    "Yes." ," ''   :  "Well,.now, what do you reckon I'm a1  doin'of?"  "Cau'tsay."  Well, sir, you mout not believe it, but;  I'm a-supportin' of Jim. an' Bill an' Tom j  an' Dick, an' it keeps me a-goin from daylight to dark!" 6  The Treittoni Hotel  N|AL0fJE _ TREGILLUS  PROPRIETORS  je^^^-s^^e--"!!**-��  W  ifo  W  S  w  X To dispose of an entire car of high-class iron and  vi brass beds ih a western mining town in less than two  <Kj months is certainly a record to be proud of, and one  ^Kj seldom equalled in the large eastern cities. Yet so  ^ great has been the demand for these goods, we have  ^ found it necessary to wire for another car, which will  ^ reach Nelson this week. We would ask the citizens  ���ffij of Nelson to continue in showing their appreciation of  ^ our efforts to give them the opportunity of enjoying*  ^ the luxurious furnishings of an eastern home in the  midst of the Rockies.  4?,  fa  fa  fa  SAfl PLANM MLLSM  Headquarters for Miners and Prospectors  THIS BEST BRANDS OF  Liquors and Cigars  ALWAYS ON HAND1  FULL LINE OF  Front. Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  locul and coadt.  ���   Newel Posts  Stair Rail   Mouldings   Shingles  Rough and !  '    ��� . i  Dressed Lumber i  , ol,all kinds;  [If what you want is;npt;ln stock We will mivko it for you  OA^L;.AN'*tf (JJSTypftlGB^  One of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  QUEERS HOTEL  BAKER STREET, NELSON. ......  Heated with Hot Air and  ,-     Lighted by Electricity  L.irge coinfortaWo bedrooms and   flrst-class  dining  room.   Samplo rooms for commercial mon.  :*���"������>������*���"_���_���*_ *D__.:_r  RATES   Sia  Mrs.  L &   CLARKE, Prop.  Late of tho Royal Hotel, Calgary,  We have a stock of one and a halif million  feet of logs at our iiiill and are prepared to cut  all kinds of dimension timber and ship to all points  on Kootenay Lake by scows or steamers, also; by  rail to all points on the Canadian Pacific or Nelson  and Fort Sheppard railways^ In stock rough ahdy  dressed lumber, shihgleis,moiuldm  newels, turned verandah posts. Glass of all sizesS  Factoiw^work ���^^m^mm^  J. if.  HAI.L ANO LAfeB Sf iRBKTS. NfiLSON  Notice to Investors and Builders  'We give the very B-Sr'T-EftM. ��� to those  wishing to borrow money oh improved real  estate.  The only company in the province that gives  you the privilege of paying off your "whole  Loan at 'Am*'Time -without .a Bonus on giving a (50 day notice of your intention was so.  GAMBLE ��SfcO*RHlLrL*Y, Agts  British Coliwhlna "Permanen t Savings & Loan Company.  Globe Savings & Loan Co., Toronto.  GREAT REDUCTION  ASTHBAOira- 3>9*&0"-p8F' tftfl  aDDBLl-^-EJEpESr)  *���"���   Siiccinl rales for carload lots for oii.Uido points.  �����< C. W.,West&Go.  D..HUME, Manager.  Tho flneat hotel in the interior.  Largo sample rooms.   Steam heat and electric light.  CORNER OF WARD AND VERNON ST3., NKLSON  BAKER AND WARD STRBKTS, NELSON  The only hotel In Nftjson tltftt has r6m(Uno- under one  managemcntsirsGo; 3.890.  ���  ��� Tho bed-rooms (us) well furnished and lightdd by  olebtricity. . *  The diriihg:r6orti K not sceontl to any in Kootoiray.  ���Tho bftr ia 'fiXprayg stocked byitho bosb domcado and  Imported liquors aiidlcIgftrB.  THOMAS "MA'D'-pBJN. Fropriotor.  VMiRi "b. e.  J. VV. SMITH, Proprietor.  EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS  Large and well lighted Heated by hot al  Reasonable fates Sample rooms  Electric bells and light Iln evwy room  Renovated and refurnished throughout)  HOTEL  VICTORIA"  \   '   . J. T. PERKS, Proprietor  Free bus moots all trains Rovolefrilrn   R  R  Hourly Btreet car to station t\B*BI*>l��HB,  B. U.  Night Grill Room in cortiiection, for tho cOnvonienco of  guosts arriving and departing by night trains.  Lots for Sale  $5S0 will purchaso a choice residence corner, 100 by 120  feet.  82100 will purchase a central lot and residence.  $400 will  purchase  two nico ��� lots and shanty, Robson  stroet. Humo addition.  $3000 will purchase four nice lots aud residence.  10,000 Pooled Fairmont i cents.  Blackcock (Ymir) shares 20 cents.  6000 Utica at U cents.  ALEX STEWART  Tumor & BocckH Week, Nolson, B.C.  Hkap Office at  NELSON, JJ.  O.  Wholesale Mar^t��yai jSelsoni Hpsslaijcl^ Satrftluii.-'^^0^?��^o$;;  Retai! Markets at Nelson, Knslb, Satvdbn, ,Sllvcr��oli7l^5w--'l^''<^:r"  Cascade, GreenwoofJ, Midway, aiid Sirdan  ilfTtmil^Ghs^y^  ^#.:^  M&H Orders Promptly ind:rw-��r(t��&  /."^���Se. j  Ajhh ���_��_���_*__������� ��F  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLES AL IB ASTI) RIvTAi^  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON .  I P T  tj jifeiouai     |_,B   Wb    b _ts^a*fc_*i_f|  ORDERS BY MAIL RBOBlVR CARKFUL AND I"*R0>H>T ATTBNTIOJ,'  JUST ARRIVED A CARLOAD OF  Anheuser-Busch Lager Beer!  Highest class Lager produced.      On sale by the trade in Nelson,  ASK FOR IT  R. P. RITHET &��� GO., Ltd., Victoria, Agents for B. C.  A. B. GRAY, Agent for Kootenay, Bakor St., Nelson, Next Oddfellow**! Bui  Coi'itci'.of Ward and Hoover Streots.  IS. GlUZXKLLhX K.IUI.S., I'ROI'IUKTOlt  BULBS! BULBS! BULBS!  .'iO.OOO of tlie choicest varieties foi full iilatitiiifj lo arrive  in a few days direct from-the growers in lliillan'd, eoii-  sistinKof Hyaeintlis, Tulips, I)iillb(lils. Narcissus, i*"eilli's,  Lily of Ih.u Valley, ('rocus, .ionqiiils. SjnowlJrops, Alio-  iihhios, I(.'iiiiincitlus, Iris (JliinodoXa. lite. Orders to the  valuu of two dollars and upwards sunt liy.mail Of ox-  ���prosi* free, and at less lliiitt eastern prices. ���  i  BLAOKSIVIITH1NG  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wnaon repairing promptly attendod to.by ft flrsb-olass  whcolwriKhu ��� ���  Special attontlou given to all kinds 01 ropairing and  custom work from outsido points..  ;St\o.:   Hail istrsetf *��tw��en Bakwi and. Veraoiir Ketsw THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C., WEDNESDAY OCTOBER-11, 1899.  The only house in Kootenay carrying full lines of  SCALES  FURNACES  BRUNTONS  TRANSITS  SCORIFIERS  CRUCIBLES  MUFFLES  FLUXES  OF  ALL KINDS  Baker Street, Nelson, B. C.  New  Arrivals  -   BARBERS' REGULATION COATS  Very Nobby  BARTENDERS' REGULATION VESTS  WAITERS' COATS IN SEVERAL STYLES  COOKS' CAPS, APRONS, Etc.  J. A.  Qillcer  The   L,ea.ding*   Furnisher  'fiH''.'''*'"*'  i;'Si"��;'"y.s  of  -�����'; w*!  152'?;5i'  Is a Joy; to Both pQjver -mil- Receiver  Newest Styles  Standard Quality  Best Finish  THEY WILL ALWAYS SELL WHEN ANYTHING WILL  AND CC-ST NO MORE  THAN THOSE OF DOUBTFUL REPUTATION  Just Received  A large consignment of Sterling Novelties comprising Manicure Sets with and without Amethyst settings. - They are beauties. Cut Glass  in a variety of patterns mounted with Sterling  Iw-  fe"  ���^tfrtiSS'e's-  yl^rttbs  ^hisj<cs  Soap _3:0xes  Puff Boxes  Shoe Horns  Mucilage Bottles  Salts Battles  Powder Bottles  Chatelains  Scissors  Button Hooks  Bib Holders  Shaving Sets  Toilet Sets  Baby Sets  Embroidery Sets  Desk Set-  Crochet Sets  Pumice  Fine watch repairing a specialty,   All work guaranteed.  B-^-KidE'iR  S!_?*REl*__'i,1   3STfe_i.S.O._SF  ,;0  Si  For Winter  THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE TOWN  A Nuisance That Should Be Abated.  Fraser & Broderick, the dairymen, will  come before mayor Neelands this morning upon tlie charge of allowing four cows  to run at large within tho city limits.  The dairymen in question follow the  practice, which is common in Nelson, of  pasturing their ca.tt.le on tlie streets of  the city. They have something over  twenty cows, and one man is assigned to  the work ol' herding the bunch. On Monday four cows got away from the herder,  and the poundkeeper proceeded to drive  them to the pound. They escaped back  to the herd, when the herder refused to  allow the poiindkccpci* to take possession  of them. It is said that the city bylaw  is defective, in that there is no clause  prohibiting the pasturing of cattle on the  public streets so long as they are in the  care of a herder. Whether this is so or  not, it appears to be the .practice of  dairymen to pasture their cattle on the  streets, to the great annoyance of the  citizens. Now that this 'matter is before  the court, it should be thoroughly gone  into. If the present bylaw does not provide for the abatement of the nuisance,  another should be passed, .and passed at  once. The Municipal Clauses Act gives  the council power to pass bylaws regulating the keeping of cows. Sub-section  1(50 of section 50 of this act empowers  the passing of bylaws "for preventing or  regulating the keeping of cows, goats,  pigs, and other animals and defining  limits within which the same may. be  kept." This should be broad enough to  secure the abatement of the nuisance.  Local actuaries have figured out that  the education of Nelson's children costs  the province less per capita than in any  other city in the interior. Upon the per  capita basis, education in Nelson costs  costs $18.70, Rossland $17.00, Kaslo $14.71,  Kamloops $25, and Barkerville $100.52.  Frederick Flannigan will receive his  preliminary, hearing this morning upon a  charge of assault. W. A. Galliher will  appear for the prosecution.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Furnished rooms to let. Apply to Mrs.  Ii. M. Jameson, Ciimoy.lllock, Haker street west.  Offices to rent���Single or in suite.  'Heady, for acunpiinoy November 1st. Apply lo John  Houston, Tribune Ollico.  Wanted ��� A servant girl. Apply to  Mrs. W. F. Traves, Vernon street, between Hentlryx  and Cedar streets.  For Kent���A store on Vernon street,  opposite The Tribune ollice. ��10 a month. Apply Lo JO.  ICiiby.  Miss McDermott  Miss Tjvsiultn  Th? "Wonder"  MILLINERY  'LATEST NEW YORK AND PARIS PATTERNS OF  HATS-STOCJC NEW AND UP-TO-DATK.  FANCY GOODS.  IiGSSon&in embroidery and lace work. Stamping done.  Orders taken for omhions, lnmp shade-!, etc.  Two AoorA west Martin O'Koilley & Co'..  Novelties in Millinery  I am in receipt, of tho latent' in millinery and millinery novelties direct from New York;  Call and inspect. -  "  MRSi E. AlcL,Auai-iUIN  Josephine Streot, near linker.  :��*,  WK 1IAVB SECUItUl) TIIE SOI.K AGKp\TCT KOR  "HALCYON WATER"  IMITATIONS CAN NOT NOW RE PUT ON   TITIi* MA.RK'ir.'r.  "VKitjjON SXBKET  NteLSON. B. G.  MRm&eo^iti  WHOLESALE  Butter',  Eggs,      >  ���Cheese,  Green  Fruits,  ��� Cured .  . Meats*  Vegetables  Ellis & Martin, who .secured the contract for the basement of the London &  British Columbia Goldfields offices building, have also secured the contract for  the erection of the superstructure. There  wore two other tenders received, that of  the Nelson Saw & Planing Mills and AVil-  liam Park. The tender of Ellis & Martin  was the lowest.  Elliot <fc Carno are calling for tenders  for the erection of a two-story house  which W. A. Thurman intends building  on Silicia street to the east of the Methodist church.  Born to the wife of T. A. Mills, deputy  registrar, on October Obh, a daughter.  Thoughtful.  Excitement is often the cause of strange  telegrams, as well as other "queer manifestations. A man who was one of the  passengers on the shipwrecked steamship'  Scotsman, on arriving at a place from  which he could send a telegraphic message, forwarded the following dispatch to his brother. "I am saved. Try  and break it gently to my wife."  Our Great  Sale is  Still on  Since it opened we have  sold $3000 worth of the  goods from the bankrupt  stock which we purchased  in Sandon. But we can  still offer  Great  Bargains  in "Winter  Goods  Don't make the mistake  of paying regular prices  for staple articles when  you can secure them at  50 cents on the dollar.  Here are some.  PRICES WHICH  CANNOT BE BEAT  Men.'s-Tweed Pants, regular price  - '-   $1.75,   reduced   to   $1;.  Men's  . heavy tweed suits, regular  price  $12, reduced to $7; regatta shirts  regular .price  $1.25,   reduced -to  50 cent's; men's silk ties, regular  ���price   50   cents, reduced   to   25  cents; men's long boots, regular  price, $5, reduced to $3; .men's  tweed    caps,    regular   price   50  cents, reduced  to 25 cents.    All  other goods'also at  greatly   reduced prices.  A. Ferland & Co.  ELLIOT BLOCK. RAKER STRKET. NFIiSON.  Crow's Nest Pass Goal!  $6.25  DELIVERED  ���-^'-0.r*:dersrma*^  & Co., or with.  CHARLES St. BARBE, Agent.  Oftlce\on RftRei* street, two door.s from "Blink of II, C.  '   Ort and jtfter tlio 1st; of Oetolier IS!)!), 1,he Gi'.and Cciilnil  Hotel will beTiju, strietly <?n tiie K(ira|>o;iJi plinv.  "We ititvei filled up a ucwtUHitrg* voiim Willi n seating  cajisiGlty foi* one Iitindred people wliich Will he i-iin. in  connection with, the holts)/ All. iliQitlgi ,tAnSritj'-.tiv_ tieojUt,  payable, in Uio dining; roo'fii. Will be pleased to iufiiisli  -iheiil'lieU.et*! nil upiilie/ijion.  . ..Ihiuiiiejhy the day, week or iiiontli.  Tharikiiig J'oii foi* your jieiiorous liatroiiagc in the past,  and triiHtiiifjf to bo favored Witlut eoiitiiiuance of name iti  tlio future. I foinain, respectfully .Voiii's.  E, StMI'SON.  SHIPPERS OF THE EARLY  BREAKFAST BRAND OF BACON  m  Fop Miners and  Worlf ingirens Clothing?  MiiRicKTo^LL Baker Street  in  Underclothing, Mackinaws,  Gloves and Mitts.  Full stocks carried at Nelson  and  Rossland.   Mail orders solicited.  WILL, DO "WELL TO  W. P. DIOECSOW  B. H. H. API'LElWHArTB  3. McPHBH  ootenay Eleetrie Supply and Construetion Co,  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  BUY THEIR LUMBER  'AT  G. 0. BUCHANAN'S  Complete Electric Equipments for Electric Power Transmission and Lighting* for Mines, Towns  Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  P. O. Box 606. Josephine Street. NelBon, B.C.  ^"n^-I^ yw^^ ana "i-TlnUxl hraiilnm'mamifiicjTired rlfflil here in  muHticiiuuiui ciu iiuiKt, in NuIkdh.   Tribune AksocIhUoii, WnilteU, Verutrn St,  A Jtirgo stock of Jlrafc-elas8 dry material on hand, also  a full lino ot sash, doors, mouldings, turned work, etc.  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  Yard:, Foot 0/ Heridryx street, Nelson  Telephone, DI Jollil    RR6,   AgCllt |  day, tlie  14tl| ij|Stant, at 8 p. m.  Mr. fjewitt Bostock, M.P.  and the Hon. Mr. Fisher,  Minister of Agriculture,  will deliver addresses.  A  LARGE  CONSIGNMENT  JUST  OPENED  We can supply you witf] Cartridges  TO SUIT YOUR RIFLE  Carpenters' Tools  A   FULL  LINE  SHELF HARDWARE  THE BEST ASSORTED  STOCK  IN THE KOOTENAYS  STOVES AND  KITCHEN UTENSILS  Co.  NELSON  KASLO  SANDON  ARE YOU BURNING UP MONEY  Because Your Stove or Range Cannot be  Regulated to Save Fuel?  IT WILL PAY YOU  TO EXAMINE  OUR NEW STOCK OF  STOVES AND RANGES  The saving in fuel effected will soon equal  tlie cost, of the range. Jt can be so quickly  and easily regit luted that there need be no  "waste of heat or fuel. New patented improvements offer you more convenience and  comfort than you'll find in any other range.  TWO CAR LOADS TO SELECT FROM  LAWRENCE HARDWARE GO  m sosia  Lang's Oelelrated Cream Flake  Sodas, 3-lb Cartons   Kirkpatrick & WilJomi  GET IT FROM  esKrisay  OR NOT AT ALL  BAKER STREET,  NELSON, B.C.  Get the Best Jams  We have just received a large consignment of the  DYSON-GIBSON  COMPANY'S JAMS AND  PICKLES  Also a complete assortment of the  TORONTO  BISCUIT COMPANY'S SWEET BISCUITS  Baker Streot West, Nolson  John A. Irving' & Co.  StraLchan   Bros  ���"PI.-CrMBE-ElS., ETO.  03E>*E3*_t*;__.  _=COXTS*E!   BLOCK  IB1


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