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 Vol. -4—No. -2-
VMli;. B. <'., S.\T('[;ii\V. (MT.. _1, 190..
Price Five Cent..
IM ! '      . J.' 1 ■
■» ■.-«■«« ■ i -s'« MHMN s i i ;» <-.
1   /W'4 1    itpmc     ; -i A h"?\'7M' "'  ™ck'  fulli"a f<-0*" M--'<-'ctors »f  tin-   Ynvir  OpJ-J   Mines I world, equal to  the  i-wous  dep.r.iis! V\j I [J      RITS|\T|i,S|_    lill!)!'
LOCAL ITEMS |}t,,0,'OufofaUB0fllie   (l^   *«  *>'*> UtcJi, recently informed   tho   correi*  on th. ■**,eat lakes UUU      PL'N«fcfc-     -Ul.fej
...,,,„M.,..»,*,»,^„,;, ;|Arl..igtoi, mine last week, ..,„   nearly  pondegt   pf   thp    Il.,ilv   N,.,-.   that       "An inexhaustible supply   is   open .*.,,,-.,....
Crude ore is now fcteing hauled fi-on. ;',"''''"'M'"' J''"'   «••'"->*"<   accident,   "there was a bright future al„,id   of to it,   The iron ft,very easy   tp   sep-     K. W . Widdowson.
.* Second llelie. mine. ,    ,   ,1""l'ot'k ,l!"' Kl'"'1 '-V"*'1*  were j the Ymir mine, and  that   Ids   board Urate, about all that  is   necessary   is iihokkvacb anu  is.hu.iVik
,,..,,.       „ . ''nth Struck, lint   lhe   lor,,,,,'   ,.,,,,, „„|   would .spend c„i.i.l..rnb.lo   ,noney    jn   to   run   it    oVen    the    c •intratin, I    Percy J. (Jleii'.er.
Juhn A epochs ofl  un   „»   weeks   without i,,;„,,, while the   hitter   re-  devel out." tables.    All the sand ., smooth groin,
,p to Calgary and tl.e  NorthsW est.   ecved an injury to his   fufAt   ,,ml   i. |     Mr. "and the manager was .;.,. in 7 with no clay,  -dust, „„i other o\ ;    Jolln -'"illje,,t-
Allan FoWester   hits   resinned  his:"""' ,lt '''*' Y"'i'' Hospital.
temewed in Nelson as follows;
lection,il  ti'iijures.
I'ln-    -imply    to
UHV    HOOUS    ANP    tlBNTj   ! I lisl-l IV"
isition lis express agent on tho  local j     Last week our exchanges   included I     "It is rnthcr early yet to say   very I draw from is unlimited, and there   is I    j,,'. prjs'."jobbim/ Co
iin- a ii.f.y of ihe Victoria limes   printed  ",ut'1'    I expect that plans   will   be  tlio whole pcean to take frqm,      We niifics.
on its.new big press, We cannot eom-1oomlec'   veiT   shortly,   and   then   have gone flpwn QQ   tVt.t.   in   getting      T|ie Canada Drug and B uk i
pliment ihe Times on tho   excellence  tll<'1''"' "''" '""' '•*•■ '"'"" '*' 'laving them
: knou n.
sample?, and tlie farther down wo
the richer are the values.
I t IMilTUH.     PKALKH
Willii.in Clark.
IlKOCBfilKS.
Alex  Erwiii  lms  purchased  Eetcr
ml hell's  team   nf   heavy draught,   .
; "■ 'he press work as, with the  excep-1'
[tion of the front page, the issue   was'     ''loan assure you that   everything      "The iron ore is by no   means   the
Mr. Con, Wolfle has been very sick entirely   unreadable.      Bonrin»     it.  'H pi'ogicssing   most   favorably   and only thing of valuo in the sands.   The      !!' ('a.'n1'1"'11' ,.     ,,
^    I      ,    , ,      , ! - ....inni.,     in . IJ('s_ii*3tiy Jobbing (;n.
. -ipi.Kane, arm underwent nn ppfere.*  mind however the usual character   of |tllat ' l'"1 confident of early   success, quartz is very line material for   male- i noTi_.s.
mi there this week. its political editorals, wo are of opin-      "Yes; wo have had an expert  from ing sand linie brip|c.    I I-   iw this   to      <jns'i.0pr.!i —John lireuu.
A good many snaps can   he  p:cked  ion tlml the issue in question   was  of  c;,l,'f'J*'n'a examining the mine to ad- be so, for wc have made   samples   of      jJ^h^"^^^'.''^.*10'1^'0
p l.v a carefull perusal of tlio ad ver-. """''' greater merit  than   proceeding | vise ,,s "' ''"' '""' I'1'1113 ''"'   develop-; the bricks right lierp.    Monazite  and |    paiiico—Tait tfc' Rml'i-."
-•■iiii-nl in thes issue of crown-grant-.
dins to be sold for taxes,
i mir is in congratulated in p
The llev. |I.   Voting   writ'ds   from  '"--' •,lit''' '*''''' ll*  oinpe
ment.    Ur inis lii-.-.i at w.ik now  for j zircon are. metals whose preuenco   was I    Vancouver—Qweu Hover,
about ten (lays and will (mike his   re-   not own suspected, and  thoy   arc  in      Wii'dorf—Ccorge Column
ssess-   ,   ,.,       ,. I ,..,'■    i'mir—J. W. Muster-son,
port very soon
p.ii.i'.iiy almost -,iil!',i'ii-i.t to   pay   for
IIahhw ai:i:
iect.tr  ot   road- i      ,,\*      -, ■ ,   , ,       , , ■       , , ,
,      . ,     , ies; it is very   probable   th.it   a   working tliu wind,   and   nia!<e   most      .-   s  T   kn«
li,.sgow,0..t.Vth,ithe is   now   pci-Jand trails.      Uflerhis    sup.rv.sion  coniplcte c| ()f   ,„„ wi|. hfl   nec.   vttluable by products," _*-»»   i'|.i.N...iiNii   ,ni,   -„i,,v,.
' otly nettletl  in   that   place,   as many improvements have been  made  e8SttI.y fo). t)ie ccon(1„lio   wn|.ki|1„   ,,,-j Pl„„t |, Nflt .Cwtiy. Mrs. John Mcl.eo.l.
•storo.   the   Presbyterian   0hu,-,h  "'ihe distnet.    He is now   engaged  the pew __. bod-eg disouve|.cd
Dr. Pay is not at  liberty  to  givo
*!|NIX|I    KKl -ni.'I.Kl;
ihero. in rebuilding the bridge  on   .Second      ,„,      ,     .';... ,    ,    w. 4»y w im w ijuertv  ia itnii
:Ave„,i,. „.„l :,,,-,., nidi   . ;     "I am returning to Ynnr m a   day Uny information yet as to the cost   .,t'! c) J   Ulen/,°1,
nm   m-      ii-        ■ ■   ,        Avenue, and in repairing that avenue I   ,.,„.,      >f.   *..*   ,,      , ,     ,,        ' i'iuntinh.
tlllto Jliswald is agu.r..a patient at     ,. , . ,    ,       ,        ,     -.   '   '    '    Mr* Weathered nmy beiible working the sund, sayu tho   Portland ,,     ,,„,,,-. i     ,-
..   .     ,,     .,  ,      ,,,, ., .     , wInch has not had a tap done   to   it. i ,    , n ,   ..      ,    , ,, " ■ i Herald Publishing ( ,,.
. ic "l mir   Ilospttiil.     While  cnttiii.l , ' i to tell vim more hetin-i-he leave-. Teleoram  but Guorae Ii    Woodburv
,   ,   ,    a       ,,,,*„     .       ,.   since tlie railroad company first grud-       «r,   u-,i      i  , i . h.hi,i,iiii, mu   ,«',,. i, n.nn*., | -TvnnM.n
nod at tho Seoond Relief mine,  lus    , .. .   ,.,._      ..    ',   '      .: All, Wothered was seen   later,   on  0n *Mrhose crptu'-nti-iaoi* inuuh   of   the » r1,nilli1„i|
...,:      i   .       .    edit in 18-1.     IJo also antt.irates   ,i„ ;,„,   ..,-   ,,  ,.i  o-.anipoeii.
ic slipped and strucc his foot, cut- ,  •      ,,
.   ,    ,, - hem;1, alile to repai
I., it badly. ,   .       ,   .,     V,
lapi.l.iteil suJewalks in town
The .Mis.es MeLeod e.n.l Mr D. A.
MeLeod returned from a trip to the
Portland   and    New     Westtninstei
thearriia)   of   tho   train   from  tlio cxpci-imonftnir Ittts bepn d.po furnish. I ri. v m- i ■-
l"'"1 '■'"""" "'    'l:'-'    "-Boundary:    He thought it   inexped- etj tt few figures, Harsliaw & Wilson.
' i.-nt at present tu   add   anything   to      "A portable or moving foundation 'u! vo'im,!'''"''''
what had already been learned. or plant far working   unit.'rial   could 'i'OH-ii i "i-i
Fire  Brigade.
  I be built fiir about   9,000,   probably I    Wiles Mclunis.	
i    this week   asdi.i   ,1 „  l„!,n MeJ      .-     m • « i7.     ■  ". ,♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦, Ies-," l.e   si,i,l        "TllO    plant    would       William Clark.'''" '
us tins wuch, ,is inn also jolin .iii.j     1-ii-e Chn.-t Mcfiims has now   com-  ♦ *             ,    .■             ■     .
, ,                                                                                                     5               ivtr\t-■ /-.r- X i consist .,t uu engine to   puinp   water,
'•Tioda'e.                                           pleted the enrollment of his volunteer |                NOTICE, | ; (.un |)y ^.^ an ^J,,   ^
Mr. M. Mecklenburg,   the   famous «» I-riK-do and the following    nod |                      —-         _ J | the material, screens and   o   concen-
i specialist, who was to have   been  'mve signed on, agreeing to-aot under ♦     A CI'OSS llllll'k'Ull    ill tiiis}
Yinir a week or two ngo, but   was ',is direction at fire or at practice!      |<
space,,..
tiator.    Probably 30 tons $   duy,   to
illdic'RtOK   flirifX I make a conservative estiuiato,   could
levented by illness, now writes  that      (-''" Archibald  and   J.   Ph.lbert ♦   '     f I be worked    The cost of handling the
.jAvill positively he here on Saturday (assistant chiefs,) V. MeLeod,   PfioyU^olu. subscription is ill   ai'-f   material is very   liuht,      Por   power
iODGE REGISTER
YMII! LODGK No.3| A. I". A- A
M     Meets first    Friday   in   eacl|
foi -'in tons, i'i nm .'!■.',. to   $1,   sav   3 I     " •*'•• Visiting brothers welcomed.
Nov. Ith,                                             jLieazcr, i-.ii. Niui.tiers, A.I. U-..OII-J i   for 30.t6nn, from 30u to   $1,   sav   3      " lh. Visiting brothers welcoi
_ very enjoyable danoo was   "iv,-„ Con llobinso,,, B. .1. MeKenzie, A.B. |l'eai'Ripl wo would  bfl gladl LentH ft t()n>, ;.,,„ ,. ,,.u,mT,,.     *,*,„.              John Mi \\-„:, W, M.
l..-t night in the Miner's Unit...   Hal]   'fU'"11''   •»•   J   (;'"L»'1   J*   )v ■ i     ,          ,-                    -,. |   cost of handling would be   about   101              P_.icv.I- Gumzm, Sccrei
■    .   ,,         Ma-tersoii, John  Ureait,   Joe   Leahy,  ♦t0 "eal     ,,(,ni    •>'"■     " Jouf - ,.,.„.. „ ,,,„  ,.,,f| ...;,|,   , n   „.,,..,    ,.v
in lionour of Ijfr;and Mrs J, A, Frss-      .                                                   '   '♦ J  cents ft ton, anrl «ith  all   extra   ex-  yjITII  LODCK No   T.   K    uf
-1,    There was   a  good attendance,   ,,\\.\_     \        ^n    1'. t        ■ i wish In lllVVC it  roiililliicil.  I  penses, 30 ccnU a ton   should   be   a      „       fl d   ,,;„,   M ,  .  .
,    ,   ,    , .      , O.l.l.e, Owen Buyer, \\. IJ    .Mclsaae,  ♦ ♦ ! i,:„ „n,,,.,.,,	
md eery body had a  pleasant   lime,   ,   ,   ,,         ,,',,,,,.,   I* ♦ ;   " ""l     "l '                                        each   month.     Visiting   brotlieis
,, ,    ,     ..                          i       ,         -I. A, I'liiser, li. A.   McLeud,   Andy i **************************       "Hv the methods   einoloved    from
K-'treshmeiits   were   served    about , ., '' "n ""■'"       ""r1",""    iium      welcomed.
11.30 p, m,                                              'gCSS' 190 to 98 per cent of   values   can   be |              C.ia.ii.hs An. iu., C. 0
  Black Sand
Money fn Potatoes.
Mr, II. W     lioiirke,   formerly   of
Macfiirlono A Jiourke, mining nngin-          ~- ' May Cause   Revolution  ill
is who after some years residing in j     Ab(iUt ^- (J(|0 _pmtlf ,(j ,mv(, ,„,,.„ '
.Ioiin (i I .KWAll, lv. I!, it
1 inn*, went to Siam  is   now on     hi
cleaned up by I). Q, Stewart und   his
nay back to the old country nnd   will   ,     . • .      i- v .      „i
■ | business associates ol \ ancouvcr, win
lion industry,
saved, which is a   great   advance  on |
the way in   which   ore   i*,   handled.
The difficulty before lay  iu   the t'nci'VMII! HIVE, LADIES OF  THE
I that all apparatus used ic saving   the      MACCABEES.       M'111!-'    second
matetiul has been urude it. method . I;    >""■ fourth Tuesday in each month
Recent investigations conducted by separotii
liitllc-   and    excessive
'" il1 Y ' ""   "la   ,Vfty-      ^''* i cornered the supply of Asiicrofi     ita-  tlio United Slates Goologio'al    Survey  amounts of water have been omploye
I. Mrl.i'.oi., r* C
l„ lii'.'i.ii'iiiiii, I!  K.
Bourke occupied a position under the toes a few weeks ago.     The   cornet point to the faot that the iron   Indus-
siaiiitse Qovernincnt very similar   to consistod of about liO carloads.     Ap- try may shortly be revolutionized   by
that of Minister of Mines in Iliis pro* proximately this   made   a   thousand tho introduction of a new   factor   in
i ince
Too much water carries oil    the    fine :
values.     In the apparatus used a very 1
little water iu a thin shdet is    throwi
across the concentrator table, there i;
ions, and the   average   profits   have the world's supply of iron.      It    ha
been iu thu vicinity of •**■",.    '. lie   po- \ lonu I ecu known that the black sands-inn cut rent, and consequently no   ai.'i
taines were bought at  from   512   to so plentiful on tho Pacific Const   and I tali,,n.
IM'. I.
Hotel Arrivals
M.'LllOI. HOTK'ii —
1,-. T. Stone, Brnntfortl;
-\ 1) Sloan, Erie;
\. .1. Anderson, Krie;
1 has Moyer, Den vol1. Col.;
'.'   11. Sliii.difoi'.l, .N'oi'llipoil;
'■lill'in Grant, Salmo;
I'nssio McNeill, Wood I •.land.
Margaret MoPherson, Ncwto
Maggie McNeill, Wood island, P K 1
I C, Thelin, Nelson;
*\'.n Bradley, Nelson;
*.. L, Tiiiz.-I, Vancouver;
II bt. Mcil.-ed,  Vancouver;
W.u.i.oiii.' lloiKi,:—
M, Stone, Toronto*
^  I'aii', Bridgeport,
"  I'lillertoti, Nelson;
■'"Ini McCiiiipiodido.  Viincouier;
'' Woods, Erie;
l'i Pei'glison, Nelson;
•'   C, Thelin, Nelson;
I 'o-llolol.i'i'AX  Ho'l'KI,; —
1' 'If..in- Read, W Australia;
'*, Head, Erie;
I. Brown, Erie;
*-• Anderson, Northport;
Alex Macdonald, Spokane;
"■ Jones,  Erie:
|13 from the growers, and hive pnio*   on the benches of the rivers emptying
tiddly all been disposed  of   at   from   into the Pacific,   contained   a   large
Sir. to £11J per ton f. ...   b.   al    Ash-
croft.   Tb6 crop is not available   un
til about the first week   in   October,
amount of magnetic iron.      Here   in
llritish Columbia nearly all   the    bi_-
;er rivers have adjacent to them sand
and for ihat   reason   few   shipmentsI bars and benches of   immense   area, I cyanide process, thus saving the gold, j
have been made to the   no. lh.       Tir
.
"To separate the   different   metals |
after they have I,ecu   loncentrated   i-
also very   easy.     The   concentrates,
with the   values   obtained,   can   bo I
treated by smoker, or, better,   by   a
fai mers around   Ashcroft   ate  bet
advised by tho de|    ttnenl   of   ngri*
which contain a huge   proportion   of j m. the cost of about 10 cents a ton."
these sand-,       Hitherto   no   method       Mr.  Woodbury is  lhe   inventor   of
ms been known  which   would   oflcot
culture io plant imported seen   to   n  the separation cheaply enough to   on*
certain extenl noxl year to   ascertain  ublo the production of iron from   this
".' ., ..     if it is possible to gel a crop that will source, to compete wilh thosupplyob*
mt ure eat lier,
mined from tho ore   deposits   of   tl
  | big mines,    This condition    has    now
.     .... i been altered and the   magnetic   iron
The Ymir Mine. from black sands will prove   an   im*
Further Improvements are repdrted I P°rtnnt oddition to the  world's  sup-
fl'Olll the Ymir    mine   and    arrange-   I'1)'- fit.,
i   ■ ,.      i  .   11 Dr. David    .    Day,    chief   of   the
moiits are now being   made   bv   the ,   ,   ,
,.,.,. ,-       United States   ueologica    survey,   is
inillili.emeni « Inch indicate nperatiniis i *-ll111 '    ""      «     _«
, • ,     «... «tated to bo enthusiastic over the re*
oh a larger scale and   extensive  new sioieu i
suits of experiments with  tha   black
development. ' _   .„ .,
..   v      n, sands of the Pacific coast.      I'mm   a
The r-li ore encountered in No.   5 !s,lMIS  '
, i   i   ■    ton of sand he tot 0S3 pounds of iron
nest has now also   been   reached  in ,' '" b '
No, ii west giving ii large block ol ore '"'<''      .
, ,     ,        m-   a,,,,       "Tn s s a d scovery of the greatest
between the Mo    levels.        Woodc.lt-, ' •
.i.i,   ,,iin,,c   un HBnficancrf," lie l» quoted.M   saying,
ters are a ready at work   putting   up    - • ■
"'" ;,       ,     ' ,■      "That G83 pounds of iroh Ore   should
a large soppy of wood for operating    -1"01        "
""*      " ' ,   •    |   be found in one lon of black sand is a
the mill during the wintei  i -'t   1D  w  .       , , »
.im mm lum*, fnct of the Utmost importance, for   it
i-i-iio.-ted that a contracl   «iH   "0  let . ,   .    . i
"I""*'-" mfty revolution./..' the iron in.liisuy.
for one or two thousand ords, "This   magnetic   iron   ore,   when
Mr 0. Wethercd, of the board   of i .melted, makes ihr finesi iron in   tho
the Woodbury concentrator, Other
concentrators which have been employed by the j*.      ...i.eiit in tl x
periments are tin I'indai*, the Wilfloy
and tl.e Christonsen,
YMIR
DRUG   STORE
Drop in and sco our   splendid   a>
lortmoni ,,t' reading mailer.
Ti y our book oxchango,
Save doctor bill- by letting us |	
so ibe for your coll-.
A full line of dregs and  -t.ition.'t-v
Fire Brigade Signals.
Firo chief Mcfnnis has prepared the
following signals for handling the lire
alal'm; Steady ringing means fire
One stroke (pause) two strokes (pause)
three strokes, means n call for help to
handle the hose it hen drying and
reeling it up after use.
J. C. ELLIOTT,  Prop,
WALDORF
HOTEL.. .
Headquarters for riininj-*;
and Commercial Men
CHURCH notice
l'ltfcsilYTkni.lN   I'lllllt'll—)S tl li .1 a I
School and   Bible   Clilss,   10   a, in, 	
Evening   service, 8.   _    foang Peo  (    M„„ „„„*■„,,Ml. |,ote| in ,
pies' .Society meets On Friday evening
. u   , .   .      in ..   ....i . i.      triet,    lv.c.tibin'' first-class,
at H ocl.Kik.     All nm Wl'lc'tillic.     Hev °
W. U. llos**, PiMltor , VMllt,  B. C.'
I
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THE YMIR HERALD
7
Publll.li.-d i-v-ri' SHtur.liiv .-iml ni.-iil.-l  in ion
iililri-*--. or Jnllvi-ri.il l.t cnrrl.T It. tinvn.
-uli—Million* fl.H) i "r  uiiiiuin,  |in)»lil.< In -nl
.lilv.-ril.liii.' rati,.., (1.50 |jiii .null  pel im.nili
This llsnAJ.it turn bn Imil Ir.nn nil l.-tuln
i,i-iv..|i.nl..r- In Hi- ill-iri'-.t.-ir Inun In olilu i
Hr.'.-i Iroin llioolllce,
l-'ninnii-rulal  print.uu  --.   • v-ry    ili-iirlpi
rionn et. the |,r,.nilsui"at M-itiiliiel nrkus.
is tii.t-Hiiu nv uli:
IIDII.iI.li   IM IH.I.slllM.   CO.MI'ANY
U. S. T. ROSS,       |A. MACDONALD & Co.
Hardware    Merchant,     Ymir,     13.     C.
DEALER  IN
Shelf and Builders Hardware,
Paints and Oils, .Stoves, Coal,
Steel, Powder, Fuse and I 'aps,
C rani 10 and Tinware, Steam
fittings.
II.   KKAItNS,   M.SN.MIKU.
SATURDAY. OCT., .1  19Jo.
Thu open letter addressed bv Sir
Wilfrid Laurier to the public through
the press of Canada, is'an indication
Ihat the great forest wealth of Canada, i.s to bo better recognized and
more, adequately prelected than here*
tofore. Canada's wealth of timber
exceeds tlint of any other country in
the world, and will undoubtedly form
one of its greatest assets. Industries
based upon thin natural resitt'ie, mist
be carefully fostered and protected,
means must bo devised for the protection of the timber it*<"lf from lire,
and many other things connected
with the exportation of this wealth of
limber must be gone into. The convention winch will meet in Ottawa
next year, will be a very represent a
live one, ami the Laurier Government
must bo congratulated upon out: re
sourceful -*tep, among many doubtful
ones.
All   kind-   of   Plumbing,   Tin*
smithing   and   General    Repair
v     Work.
Now is the time for Heutiiin stoves.
The Kind You Would Like
TASTES COOD.     is cool).
Old Settlers Maple   Syrup.
Pure iu I-I, 1-2 and I gallon This.
Sold by
D. CAMPBELL,
YMIR.
j  McLEOD HOTEL
J      HEADQUARTERS    FOR    .MINING   MEN    AND   THE
TRAVELLING PUBLIC,
* Newly furnished throughout.    Sample rooms iii'coiinoctiiiil.
•      Rates $1.00 to 1.2.50 per day,
j FINLAY   M.1.EOD, Proprietor
The first Conservative representative of the Ymir Electoral Killing in
the "lirst Conservative. Government
llritish Columbia ever hud'' is the
lirst member for the district who has
ever obtained appropriations for the
Improvement of conditions in the. town
of Ymir. It is true that several years
a go about $100 was spent on First
avenue, but thut road was then re*-
gnrded as part of tl.e wagon road
from tl.o Ymir mine, und it wus essential that it should be kept ill order
so that lho la?: paying product <A the
Ymir mine could be handled. This
year the Government has built a new
sidewalk on First avenue, is now re*
pairing the bridge on Second avoiiue,
improving the grade on the same
avenue and will further improve some
iif the sidewalk-- in the town. Besides theso improvements wii Iiiu th"
town limits, considerable money has
liec expended under the superintend
tlenco of Mr, Tait, inspector of  roads
nnd trails ill ibis district) besides S'-v
tral contributions in cash for trails
already built by individuals operating
liiitn-s in this district. And it is to
tho ci.dit of ihu local member nml the
government, that In the difficult tasli
i.f apportioning thflsd appropriations-
political considerations havo been en*
th eh overlooked) mul assistance lur
been fjiven in some of the most bitter
opponents uf the party in power ancj
bf Mr. Wright personally. Tliu appropriations have l.t't-ii allotted eii-
thely ou tlle merits "t the applications received -VltltoUt "by political
bias whutsbl-i*?!-.
Cancellation  of   Reserve.
('nasi District.
.Niiili'.. 1-li.ri-li.v   iltvetl Hml    llli' r.'-i'l'.uti.iii,
in,H„,. of ivllluli  un-  |.iibli* I   in   tin-  II.   1.'
iai/,-iii*. uu.! .Iati.it Utll Ai.mist, 1901, nm, Tin.-  ..
i,-l!  -I It.lit] iSlclnllilK  back ii itlslauuu pl nn
inlli'- rn I'litil. -i.l-.,1 Hi., ski-tin llh.'i' bntiviiiiii
Km.llu*. t -iniiiii in..] Ilti/i'liini, is cniie.']l..<l.
Notli'u I- nl-.. aiv. n  .imi Umi portion -I il...
rt-n-rvn In... ..ml. I .vl.lol.  iv.in publlxut.il  in
tin.  li. , .  iiiisciiu nml ilnti.il v:ili l.ii'.'iiiliiT.
\KW.  " HIT.II. II lii'l. ill  1,111,1 L-.MC-lllllllK   I'l'lll'l'i'll
il.. i nl. nl Kllmitl River 'mil lili-ini*, notion
I. r. —.u.I.-.l in -ii l.ims il imvit- itl.1.1   1*1*1.111   III,
liv.-i-i. tin- K.tsilii- Ciiliyui. und  '.  i".in' In On'
K1llll.lt Iiiiii.   ill noil ,-'.. .nil- •> in ii   iM.riln-rl.v
>ni Um. linn Hi n'li ■'. K-ltlllilt   Un. r.   llllll I
thin t.'roti't; Ininl- llii-riiui ivlll bo ,'..i'ii   lo  suli-,
l»r.-- |,ii..ii mill   nlht-r  -li-ii,,sit],,n tni'li-r ll..-
|iriilM-.ii- ..f ilu-    Until  ."■!.  ..ii  "ii,l nli.r .In'
.•.•.•iii '-iin   ...ij ,,r n.u,. i  iii-sli    I'nivlili'il
llillt tin- rijilti »f tvny of nny ri.lltv.iy -hull 	
be hn-lmli'il in iin.v lini'l- no ;n-i|iiiri'I.
W.-. ,11 lit II.
in |.,i'\ i ,,iiiiii'--Iiiii.t ". I.iiiiii-   iiiiii  ll'nrli-.
Muni - nml Mink- li. 'iiirtiiii-nl,
Vi.-l. ri.i. II. f . Itl-t .-.iniii-l.   II",:,.
Kootenay Coffee Co.
COFFEE ROASTERS
Wholesale ami retail dealers
in fresh Hoasted
High • Grade « Coffees
N1.LSON, 11. C,
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American and foreign I>_-_H«itiotts, nisi
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[and from four to eight firigiiial articles j
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120 Llb.rtv St_<.».
N_.w York
PERCY J. GLEAZER
Mining Agent      -      Stocks and Shares
— AGENT   FOR—
Mutuail Life Insurance Company of New Vork.
Canadian Casnlaty--*Boiler Insurance Co.
bunion Mutual Fire Insurance Company.
Ottawa Fire Insurance Company,
btHST VENUE,
V.MIR, 11. C.
I JOB    PRINTING  !
aaa -i r _ —*■*■
Clark'r?   Furniture   Store
WIU.tA.M  CtiAHK
''...leitiihcr   .'it.I   I'.ii'.iitni!'    healer
.Mud orders promptly altehded to
lllll. II Sl'lll'I'T, - • Y.MI'I
Reserve.
l.lglll of \Viiy for Unl I wit*,.-.
fete.
SOTICli i- It.r.li.i .Inn Hint nil Crown
l-'.iii- along llie l""ii--'l In.'- nl iiuv riii!ini>,
;.i,.-.,- ortriiniwiit tiotn|iti*iy. Ilioorporilii'il nitdi-i
imiliiiiil, .-I   t.i.'   l.i't'i-l'itiiri- ,.f   L.i.   I'n.ill	
■In.l lllll l.tn :i i.l.l'll  ".   I'l'i   i.V'i   li..   i.ii  .ii.'Ii
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inn."-  ulilili  riilltvliy, p.itvt-1 it iratnwti*,
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A<i Atlas Vo\ $|.i»ii.
The Great Northern Hallway has
issued .... Atlas of 511 pages Contain*
in-i; UfJ.ttl.datC ;n,'t|i-. o( tdwu, Wis*
consiti, Minnesota-) North and South
r)iil;H,'.| Miiiiiitiin, Idaho, Washington
British (.'..In...iiiu, Oregon, Kansas,
JilissDilri] Nt'brnolta, Wyoitliiig, dol*
orado, M.i.-k.t, Hawaii, Japan,
Philippine Islands, dlntiii] tlle United
-•'ilu.*' si.d of tho World.
In addition to this, thn Atlas tun
tuin* valtlublo statist kill Information
relative tu ih,' status named above, i«
printed on the very best quality of
paper, dlioivs tlle lines .d' th.. Oreal
Nui'ihrin H.'ilv.,.v, i.n.l is in evt!r*,',
way a cniiiiiiendalilc woi'|t,
This Atlas will  li.*   distiilliiu.-il   .il
the in.i.'i J .'u'l. i'l' production and will;
bo sent tn am I'.d'lii'-".   U|nn.   i-i'-Ceiji*.:
iif J 1.00.    Address, F.   I    Whltnov,
Passenger   Truffle   Manager)    Oreal
Nurthci'i. K.'iil.-.u,'. .'•ft  Puill. .Minn.
_..  W.   WIDDOWSON
CllKMlsT    ASM     AsHAVKi:.
M^ie iSSdVcr Nclwn Smelter ■
(iold; Silver, or Lead - *f*l.00
Copper, ----- $1.50
Gold-Silver, - - - • 81.50
Charges fttr othoi metals all up*
plication,
Baker Stk, Nelion.
1' (J Drawer 1108.   Phono AU7
Fern Pot I
of Silver
This S-iiich I-'crrl Pot i«
a Ntrikiiifj illtistnitiort of1 the
urlequalled \ ;tlm*s Diaitlond
I I'dl can offer customers
tbt-on^h hitvitiy its own
factories.
'I'll.*  iu'liik' is   df   first
i|ii,ilin silver pltili." in
Colonial design of.lnii.il
liii-i-i-ril effect. With ,i
lini.ifj of i*ii'li-i'.'l.*ii'il
l-.r.'.-tt    piilli.tv,   il    M'lls
Complete Wt S.vW.
And ninluoiid Hull Would
return lhe money if by nny
I'lru.iic yi-iu *,vcre not
snlislicdi
feYUlfi i.r.0Sv
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|        Ymir, B. C.       I
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V OUR WORK
is always well done. Watch %>airing is done
by experts. Jewelrv Kepairiiiov Mainifactur-
mg and Engraving is doue l>y first class workmen. Prescription work in Optics is done by
an experienced Opticjaii- _V piece of an old
lensissufficient to enable iis to replace it. New
Glasses can be fitted perfectly. Sen,! for 01lvI
new Jewelry Catalogue, |s_comi__
Vancouver
Hotel !
I''ii',-i-cl.-i» Dining ttooni.
lic-sl bi iiiu Is of V. ini's
Liquors ami (.'jtmrs.
———————*mmm ■___■-
The Cold
WEATHER
OWEN BOYER,
rap.
V.MI
J. 0.  Patenaude,        Ir^TTTtrTi
Manufacturing Jeweller, Matchmaker and Optician   £ nOieS    YmiT X
PHONE 293.     NELSON- B- C*     \\ I
— _ „ —- _        Tho Best Meals        X
Lord Dundonald's New
Army   Scheme.
rn his widely discussed "Notes   m
ii Citizen Army,'' published in the
October FortnijiiiUy, Purd Dundonald
recommends for tho British Isles and
the Empire at huge the scheme he
devised for the Gmiidiiin militia
The distinguished ollicer shows to
admirable advantage in working out
his arctuin.nt, for though he is bound
to criticize existing defects mul impress unpalatable truths, he does so in
a friendly fashion, much as a man
might blame himself. Heading the
article, most Canadians will a^ain re
■-    *——— —_-_-__,   I          •*•••' i>esi .u cms *
^h their co nt   in   ll.e   colonies, \\      Alltl AeW>limQdation X
have been organize''   piecemeal,   and t                lnl own. 4
have gone to the front in driblets   at   t                         X
Imur  i.il,, I..            'I'I..                         ,           .      I T A     I", 1....,.-        I'll*-   . T
A fine selection of Wines, -*•
3_=r-*=
Humps 011 our back.     Bul   our   feel   am
have been organize-1   piecemeal,   and f
liavegpno to the front in driblets   at  f
long intervals,      The   strength,   rlc f A fillC selection of V
script ion and quality of   these   troops f LitJllOI'S mill CigUl'S.        4   1 .
have been decided upon by a   multi* I   X  !l;l,,,'s iiVG SIIIX* 11) he W'l I'lil    I)(T;IU*<('    WO    raiTV
I^^ ^^.sTE,,soN,.P,.op.|thenio.sl up tocfeto Shoes,   Rubbers, Genn.u.
hocks, Milts and Gloves over ojSered in Vmir.
apart from the ideal requirements   01 ^_._.________ *
-in i-ii-im,.,*,. I    ., . 11 .,        . +++*++++++4******4**4***4*
.111 otgiuincecl system well thought ou'
in idvancc."
giet  that   our   militia   should  have  WATER   -SUPPLIED    FOU
been deprived of the services of sue
an officer, and especially that he
should havo been subjected lo indignity by politicians equally incapable
of understanding technical authority
lind personal Worth.
1 lis Lordship points out that for
.... expenditure of $5,000,000 annual
ly Canada could have a citizen army
of 100,000 men, with a reserve
"skeleton,'' whereby a second army of
100,000 could be bodied forth on
short notice. The first army would
he composed of disciplined soldiers,
skilled in the use nf the rifle, and fit
to hold their own, for defensive purposes, with any 100,000 men in the
world Speaking of lhe scheme as
applied to England, Lord Dundonald
says: "Willi a similar system this
country could be provided with a citizen army of 500,000 men in the first
line, and a reserve uilclous of ollicers
und iion commissioned officers for an
annual outlay of *5,000,000
The adoption of such a system at
-I. --..iitll a cost -vould coinbiun ureal
financial economy with an irtimeasur*
ulile increase in military power: the
country would be su'iircd f-Min all
possibility of successful invasion, and
lastlyi there would be provided anient
it-11 toil of military strength to sup*
piement the eilorts of the foreign ser*
vice army in case of ii'-ed For should
mu foreign service army bo hard pros-
-nl i.. lime nf Mar, it ii certain thai
lhe citizen soldiers would voluntarily
come forward to offer tlieil* sen ices.
Individually or at units, llui, irro«
ipcclivc of.this ureiib-reicrvoir, I am
also convinced that from  ihi- citizen
llHliy a dell.lit.1 ('.'serve cotlld he form
ill I'm the regular army, ready to turn
"ill nl one.' if necessity arose. All
.lint retjuil'Sft to he done ii to take
advantage pf the thousands of voung
mi'l. in ti.e .-m miliary forces, who, for
v sullicient bounty) would ..'.....I them*
-lives for, suy, a year's liability in the
lir.il reserve of the foioign service
army, If a sufficient number of men
1 mulled then.sel vis iu Orie re.iinen
they should go to tl.e front u.i a f'g'
■ii' ni.d unit.
"The institution i.f llii'i system 1
• iii/.'.i soldiers, especially retained for
ni.'tive sot'vlee, might supply the solu*
""ii of an Imperial problem that has
hitherto baffled the best inteiitioned
'Units. The valuable help in war
'iiul has been offered ns in the past
h* our colonies hat boefl unsystematic
"nl haphazard. 'J'ho organisation
' ha- Inni to unit until *»(■ wa<l uctuul-
ly Ufon us. The forces offered lis by
ulunial Ooyerntnt-iits, or raised by us
YMIR WATER   WORKS J
COriPANY Ltd. I
1
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MESTIC    AND     FIRE f
PURPOSES    V N D KM! X
•   ' 4
05     PO'riND.S      PKKS. X
SURE,
I'. S. T. Hi.*.-, Secretary
MILL WOOD
Delivered any
place in town.
Stove Lengths     X
Dry $1,35. Green $1.00. *.
Per -Bart Load.    I
Now is the time to put 111        *
11 (jood supply. ■*>
Porto  Hico       I
Lumber Co. Lid.   J
MILLER HfiTFi br_g_j
Ijlivc guarantee to give satis.Option or money
refunded, [n addition we carry n 1'iilJ nnd
complete line of Suits, Overcoats, Raincoats,
Underclothes, Umbrellas, Sweaters, Cardigan
Jackets, anything and everything you require
to face the cold and dreary winter. Men.
Boys and Youths will iind our price, qualih
;i"il lii right, always right.
D. CAMPBELL
SAM milleii, rmp.      Spokane Falls &
Headquarters for Mining Men     Northern Ry.     L,     ,,        ,  , .„    ,
'Jlie Mutual Life Liisurat.ce Compaii) of Y \
I'lisT AVBNOII,
Yum, B.
Par supplied  with  best brands of 'j1     *•"*•-.'   ••■■  ''ai'   I'out-e   between
wines, liquors and cigars, ,    I,1"''!': eo*t, yvest and,,.utl, toRos.*,
Imi.I, Nelson, Qrand Forks .nul Republic. Bullet cars run between Spo
kiine utitl Northport,
'.nave Daily Train Arrive
9.45 ;i.in        Spokprie ..20 p.m
II 09 a. in        llossland fi.15 p.m
7.20 a.m         Nelson ,1 i-'. p.m
!1:80 a 11. Grand Forks 1 '-.'■"> p.m
7.00 ...in
SAVE  TIME.
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Yinir Citizens
Association.
 .MEETS	
AST Till KKII.W IN EACH Mi IN IM.
Fini..\v McLeou, President.
PUltl 1 Gl.RAZIll!) Secretary.
A P. DucittvoiiTii, 'J'teas,
m_wm- SI     ____j________        1 ir   ,1 1     i
THE YMIR HERALD
4N_ tut Seattle,    Tacoma
WEEKLY     ^U^M A_.DALL
MONTBEALiH^!|,A,',r,,'^T l)°LXTS|
UCDIin       •'&*E&ERi St. Paul,   Chicago,   New,
nrlfffll II '.<-'»i'l*--|.rr—lull  lo tha
iikiinLii      i'*-.... iv.ih the iit-ii of York   and
ALL    POITO    EAST   i
PALACE   AXD   TOURIST      I
,SLBEP_ll.S,    I IU l'l' FT,
LIBHAllY   CAH81    MODERN
DAY COACHE.,
DIXINO CARSi
•ii: 1 i.s <   1..'.   ' MrtE.
Best   Meals   on   Wheels
FAST   TRAINS
Has Assets f-xceecllng $400,000,000.
jnilirv iii ii !.-• tlie safesl investment known tn mnn,
< iisli iiiM'.-iicd in Life lii.-iii'iim-i' is cash inve_teil tlinl   \vfl
return compimnd Intorest.
in......-..-,..      Piioeid.*!       600p".m. .  All siiooosnfiil budliics.i 111911 r.-iriy large anioiinta of life
Republic      0.80 p.m insurnnct'i    Ii provider! for the taniilv. protects a man in hii.
lold age, ami protects his other investments!    Fof   rate.*!   on
.-in\' fiinn of life iiiHiiranco npi'Iy to!
ALIj    THE     TIJSdIEJ
1 v 'SN,) Percy J. Gleaaer, Local Agent
GRBaT
JVORTHKRN
RfllLWaY.
T< 1
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THE   YMIR   HERalD *
I'!-:, I'T'n-iiii-l Tli*: V'ni: li.j'ii 0 i'-t        .     ,,,,   montl
newapnpeiw.full 10 tha
I'fim n-uh dir tic-.t of
trniliiiK I"' 1 It home 1
lictlon   in   mint ,|imniiiy:
lhe NeWl of Hie Woilii in
i.iniiii:ui/.i] lot iii j tinge-. In.
tlie   l-.i.iift   nml   for   lhe
Kout-ewilc: t-nti-lnv n ri-.;ii>'
litv.iii.r    Matkel    Kr|»r|.
one   complete  .lory  e.il-
tveelt.   Jn*.! llie pnper to >-,
frith rom IckI paper.
$ ,-i'"l -i'-ltitoi'-li'il^e receipt of ehcitwed ■?	
♦ .- 2
♦ niB IIiiii.iii. is published  every finlMrdny m .iiit* ond 4
4 cimtiiins nil id" news o£ tl." eamp. •
t                 Hiir-.-Pri: Ti.ni, ?':'; Half Vi-m, |U, ♦
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Anr^"^1^1^ D f
2    FAST   TRAINS     Q
l-'i.VsT AND WEST DAILY /L
Special   Excursion   Ratbn
l,ewi**i & Clafk Fair.
'l,;!^Vri'V,Vi.Mi',ilr'!i!'! v'-t'^'liri: "".'f.'.".i'«'*'        For rales, folllen nnll full luformiitloii
SWihw'W^-' ' I w-f-rtllhB iHii. c»ll o« orm'dreu ....
9CI»lflllK fVm* rXg*    • II. A. JACK-tUt, < M- MAUONKT
^w«<^r<^%:^l!_r!■^. »«;,»•'  «, v. _ v a.        <■. p. -. -j-- A
SBSK«.jtt™Wto_5a I       Spokuue      W W. Hlver-lUa Av
MUNI. _i Co •»cia,"<,,sav NewyorK
*i*ttl        , Cosmopolitan
MEAT   MARKET Hotel , , .   _
L'nfier fentlfelT fifcw in.uiai{(.'niriii 1
llinii:*;   ttodln   rtntl   JJaf
supplied   i»i'Ji    rlit-   )„si
in Mn* ninrhet,
-Sj/OPaiiu.
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nii*.tt   |.-f) B.4/.TKti MB/11-
■Vlio'.-.lll'! Ahd IP'Ui!
>1-_H older. HMt. pfUnrpt klU*lmJlliXh{   "l'l'1'"'"'   'h*pOt,   Vmi.
•I'-'HN PUlIiBfcftT   »',-M. JOH3N i;iir,.-\r. Prop. : /
Closing  out our   Clothing and
Gent's Furnishings Department
Hats, Boots and Shoes, Blankets, Cracker*,, ete. etc.      Everything   goes   nt
practically whole-gale prices.   Come quick before niton net broken.
It will pay you to lay in a
stock for the next two years
 No goods sold on credit except; h\   special  arrangement. —
All accounts tlue must be paid or closod by note before 1st Sept.   190").
DesBrisay Jobbing Co.
il .1  ..illinium
.    !.-.,
NELSON   ASSESSMENT   AND   COLLECTING  DISTRICT.
EAST
WEST    PS
The comfortable way is via the
GREAT  NORTHERN  RY.
Close connections  for all   points  East
and West with 2 Hodern   Overland
Trains in either direction daily
For detailed information address K. 1. WHtTNEY,   Passenger Traffic Mgr., St. Paul, Minn , or M. Costello, A^t, Ymir,
S, S, Minnesota sails from Seattle for the Orient Nov, D,
Sale of Mineral Claims for Unpaid and Delinquent Taxes in the   Nelson   As*
sessment and Collecting District Province of British Columbia.
I hereby Rive notice that on Monday, the sixth day of November, A. D. 190% at the hour of ten o'clock in.
tlm forenoon, at the Court IP.use Nelson, I shall oiler I'm-sale by public auction the, mineral claims in the list
hereinafter set out, of the persons in said list hereinafter set out, of which Crown Grants have been issued, tor
taxes remaining unpaid and delinquent by said persons on the ,'iOtli day of June, A. D. I'J0,">, and for costs and
expenses of said sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.
LIST   ABOVE MENTIONED,
———•t*———*—-
NAME OF PERSON
DESCRIPTION OF CLAIM
UNPAID
TAXES
A Hunting  Trip.
lain sheep, one of   tliein   the   record
I head for that district,  rneosurinu   16
Haunts of Big Q-ailie ill    OllS-ll*.  incl-.-_.-i   round   the   butt—three
siar Not to be  Rivalled     mountain  goat,  two griz-ly,   four
1)11 till*   Continent. black bear and one   moose—all   shot
Mr. and Mm.   P..
Boston, were  (,'uest.«
T.   Loudon,   of
at   the    lloU'l
within a ritdius of five miles ft'.an the
Camp, nml within a period of eight
day.i."
Vancouver the other day, having   re*!    Mr. Loildon snys he hopes tn refUat
tinned from the North     Mr. Loudon |the e.-iperitlnce next year
Was one of a hunting   parlv    in   tllH
beside
Harold Suious I Annie  	
Nfls. Pearson und VV. Gibson I Aaron's  isle  	
Nels. Pearson and W, Gibson I Aaron's   Gem   	
Nels. Pearson and W. Ulbson lAuron's Star	
Delight Gold Mining Co., Lid I Atlantic-   	
London & Uoks1ui.ii 11.  C,  Limited   A-l ITacuon 	
London & llossland B. C„ Limited   Albermarlo  Fraction
Duncan Mines, Ltd.. Raymond B, Need-
ham ami Charles K.  Mllburno  :.\li,.-,-  	
Dundee Gold Mining Co., Jolin M. Smith.. Annie Fraction  	
Helen  Louise Luuko I Armour Plate  	
Rnperl  B. A.  Meuller  Anne  	
Nels, Pearson and W, Gibson  Aaron's traction  ...
George W. Chlsholm  Alice    	
Leopold Earnest Keller Bolus	
The Blue Eyed Nellie Mining Co., Lil. Llu. lilt..-  Eyed  Nellie  ...
John  Dean   ! Blue Belle  	
\v. di- v. le Maistre  I Bryan   	
Tin- B. i.'. .Mining Co., Ltd. (Foreign) .... Bannock   	
I'-.   K.   White,    administrator   estate    nil
Ralph White I Hig  Red   Horse	
Delight Gold Mining Co • •• Balmoral   	
T.   B.  Garrison, P.  Asplnwall und D,  \\ -I
Cameron B.  C	
Cumberland Gold Mining Co., Ltd , Boston  ,	
Al.x    .Goyetto,    J.    A.   Quinlan,    Kru.ilii
Coryell I Bully Boy  	
... .1. Widen. J. 11. Field nml C. M. Reese Badger   	
j. E. Winze und A. M Patterson. iBlg 4  	
The Western Oil and I'mil Co., Lid Big i   	
Tho Western oil and Coal Co., Ltd Bonanza  	
Tho  Salmo Consolidated   Gold  Mining   &|
Development Co., Ltd : Blue Jack 	
The .Siiliiin Consolidated   Hold Mining   &i
Development Co., Ltd Initio  Jack   Fruition
The Montana Gold Mining Co lBlue Bird 	
John Dean   Black   Diamond   ....
Robert Miller i Black Hawk No, 3  ,
John ReavlB, Theodore R. Newman, Join.
V. Cole and G. W. Monk ! Bunker   Hill
w. (iriiTIihs and T. A. Cameron	
George W. Chlsholm	
The Mliito Mines, Limited	
London .*i Rossland Ii, C,  Limited 	
I.iiii.loil & Rossland B. C,  Limited 	
William T.   Mill-hell ,-'
The  Trull  Creek-Hidden    Treasure   Gold
Mining Co., Ltd.,  Lin	
Noondav Mining Co.. Ltd.  .
Baltimore Gold M. & D. Co
Duncan Mines. Limited ,.
Duncan t'nii"ii Mines an.
Delight Gold Mining Co	
London .v.-  llossland 11. C. Limited •■
Cumberland Hold  Mining Ou ,  Limited
Kin Grande Mining Co., Limited 	
I'li-o,   W    B,   Heathcoti.	
Geo.   W.   B,   lleathcote	
Geo.  W.   II.  H.-ulhcnie    .   ,	
John   It.   Diuilnp.   ami   11     Wl   Gilisilit   and
Duncan Mines,  Limited ., i.  .. .. .. -ricon.ct
ilm   H.   Dltnlpp,  ii",I   It.   W.  (lllison and
. Lot 407
.Lot 2935
.Lot 295S
.Lot 2957
.Lot 4209
.Lot 3729
.Lot 3S12
.10.50    j
£4.00
46.00    1
46.00    j
4.75
3.75    |
.Lot 324S
. Lot 3819
.Lot   418.1
. Lot
.Lot
.Lot
.Lot
.Lot
6380
2958
6837
2123
2030
.Lot 3S43   ,
. Lot lll'.IO   '
. L"l 3293   i
.Lot 29SG   i
.Lot W14
, Lot
.Lot
.Lot
.Lot
.Lot
.Lot
.l.ut
4335 ,
41119 '
-323S t
783 |
4(173 i
4037
4038
.Lot   2HR8
. Lot
.Lot
.Lot
. Lot
2.101
3438
3413
2911
Ltd .Lla ....
Win. Mc—wen
[Bunker mil  	
!Blg Di.luih  	
California	
I City of Pail* 	
Copper Lily	
Canadian Queen   	
Courtland   	
Copper   Belle   	
Copper Qji.-.-ii  	
Colorado  Fraction   ...
Colorado .,..,	
Calgary	
Candidate 	
Copper Cape  	
IChampane	
Canadian Belie  	
Canadian  Belle  No.   2
Canadian Girl   Fractlo
. Lot   293!.
.Lot   4923
.Lot
.Lot
.Lot
.Lot
. Lot
. Lot
.l.ol
. Lot
.l.ol
.Lol
. Lot
.Lot
.Lot
.Lot
5626
1677
3403
8407
3210
8488
3133
3129
8934
634
4208
8807
41'20
5131
4783
4784
47S5
A.
llie !
IRANI) CENTRAI. HOTEL
NEL30N a. c.
Northern interior, consisting,
nf Dr. A. IJ. Kales   and    Mr.   \V
.Tones.    The region Delected was
I'assiar District, nnd hi!'mates that it- j Opposite Courthouse
is undoubtedly the finest hunting
Country on the Atriei'ican C'.iiiilntiiit,
The party left Vancouver nuveral
he.'K.s a_ii, and proceeded to t'ol't
Wrangel, nnd thoncfl by Indian danoo
for a distance inland of 167 miles tip
the Stikine ftiver, linally arriving after many vicissitudes and exciting e*i
perienccs at Telcgrapli Ct'ock, Here
iliey were filled out by Ml*. Matllosoti
nt the Hudson's Hay Company, with KoolcililV Stall'*tl I'd*
things nouessary, including a pack
Janet- aim   Ciirinelita,
nnd   hew   V ist
oilice-   I'.est i!-ri: n.t-a!   in   town.
Iviiopi'iin und American pliln.
Hull     white     labor     eHipl'i,Ved,
fil'Mt cla.nt bar
.1. A.   BRlCliSOJf,
Propfintftr,
These ai'd lhe
ft I a ll d a f ll
brands t>t du*
tl.eslic   cigdrs
iiiid ttrukiiotitli
throng h ...' t
thi* */. est
Ci,   TltKUN,
*   -   -   B. C.
train, consistm,*-; of five iilules and
three horses, aild proceeded on their
journey, following the Teslin truil to
Hudson's Day puit, somo 41 miles
distant*,
At this point thi)'   IW't   the   Telr
Rinnh trail and crossed   il.t*  CliHsltiyl
(liver stnkihg out   thence   into   thej
Interior for   sixty   miles   through aj
'villi country   known   praotieitllf   tt)
the Indi.uis tllotie.    The Indian guide.
liiuiself had been through   this   conn*
iiy only once before,   and   that   itas; Ne,so*f-i
when  ho   conducted   Ml   Hamilton
.fulling, of Ski.   Francisco   through *™ _ ™- 9HH_«aW;W do
.|„. same hunting grotind, .*_   -.earsI    Rffl> *t_1_*U(N tlAIUVAt OU
I    washing ro:. i. a, n. ifr
"Here," said   Mr.    I.t'tnlon,   "til.' V.  V. .V B,  HV. A N. (JO.
iib nip was pitched at  lhe   foot   of   ajnhd QrwM Nottli-rtt-, Nor.lteni Pacific
id icier of an Indian iiiviiio   impossible i and Ui H. .v N. C...   for pijini.   Slujt,
to the tongue o. the #hlt. mam   and J*"* ■ft"^ '.uf!" it AtSSZ
. .      , ,.    land and Nelson  with   tlie  Uanftuian
Ihence we   made  continual   expel.- I .^.^ Hli[Wny;
lions in taliiy.8 dirto-ibni*   in   Bearclti    Ciinnecis at NelsoM wlfh tln; V. ll.
of game, sometime! returning to oamp Lr/ J., <jn. for   rirtnl.)  and   H. and 8.
at night and   Hotnelimcs   Sle.plng   in I points.
Di.ni-i.n Mines. Limited I Calumet     ....
Duncan Mines, Ltd.. Raymond  B. Need-j
ham nn.l Charles K. Mtlburne   Condor
Henry Kearns Carthage   ,,..
Henry S. Crotty and Eilwln S. Pentreathichampion    ,
Duncan Mines, Limited, and B.  II. Ht-d-|
Icy anil E. R.   VVoaUes   ....ICtilh.-rl    ..
I'Yaiiklyn A. Jones nti,i iiarrv Wright •■   Conner Bdl
Eldorado  MlneS,   Limited,   N.l'.I Icarmenclta  ,..
I.iz'tta l-*i,'ld uiul Charles G. Major, com-,
mlttee for D.   Miini'o  ..   .,    i-lrnrlnthlnn   	
Mi  D. Mahoney anil ,!.  B. lloss  Democrat  	
The Miiiiii Mines, Limited         I Deadwsad '■'.,.
In,-   K-'inii-tli    Mining    nn.l   Development
Company, Umlited Liability   n--|Dinner Bucket
Tin- n. C, Mining Co., Lid., (Foreign) ....IDrill      ,
LOndoil .*i Rosslatiil II. ('., Limited    Dennis'
I.ntnl.iii .*i Rossland B. C, Limited    Dodo   ,'"'"•
New Brunswick Consolidated Hold MiiiiiiB1
. l.ol   r.123
. Lot 3250
.Lot 2197
Lot   21112
4437
5379
5&11
2n!»
23(i
.Lot
.Lot
.Lot
.Lot
.Lot
. Lot
.Lot 380S
,1-ot 3292
Lot 34IIS
.Lot 3*101
(.-omti.'iiiy,  Limit.tl
Henry R'-y. J. J.  H. dosselln and J.
C,
s.
Deadwood , Lot  3876
1.1.1
Delight Gold Mining Co
Primrose <i'>ld Mlniiu,* C
ISSao Vim N'.'ss .i ., ;, ,i., .
Lerwick Gold Mining Company,  Limited.
Pine Ridge Gold Mining Cm, Ltd	
l-'riiser Iliirry Lantz	
London & Rossland B. C, Limited 	
Fairmont  Gold    Mining   i'u.,    Ltd., ntul
ErliHit Kennedf and J.  I.. Parker ....
n. (.'. MlniiiK Co., Ltd.. (Foreign) 	
Eldorado Mines, I.linii.il, N. p. L	
il. M. Macdonald ..-■       	
J,dm   lliju.-hi.o.ik.  A:   K.   lloMH,   Josephine
Wnr'll. A, C.  l-'lu.nmerl.'l.. M.  D. Ma-
tioin-y. \v. A. Crane and John Johnson
Julius Peterson t     ■■■
Alex Goyette, John A. • .minimi und Frank
Coryell .. ., -.	
New Bi'urlswlck Consolidated Gold
Co., Limited -.	
The Western fill .nul Coal Co.,
T.  II. Giirilsiin, Charles Ink, and
Collin!'   i    	
w. iiiinitii iiiiii T. a. Cameron.
John Dean, Martin Salmon A K I
Imperial Conner Company,  Ltd..
London  ,.   Rossland %.  <".
Walter ,1-'.   ASki-w.     W.   ('.
C,   W.  Arnold  	
London,ft Rossland B. I
A. II. Kelly and Murv It.
i. 1-1. It- My and Mary It.
Uriel Mining & Mlllln„ C
Oriel Mining ft MlllliiR Co.i, Limited
Rio Grande Mining Co., Lid	
Jiise|iii    Bernard,    Paul   Bonnet,
.    Iloyce	
I'Mlzu   Aline  Crow
Gold
Delaware ...
'Iiellght   ......
Denmark 	
i El nu   	
Ellst.   	
! Elpro  i.".. i
Emiu'esB
Eelll.se    	
Evening Smr
Btliel    .,:;...
Eldorado
Em. laid
.l.ol
.Lot
.Lol
.Lot
.Lot
.Lot
.Lot
l.ol
2S5S
4201
4889
411
1810
252S
1124
8809
No.
, I-'ii.i sl
I l-'.-iiiny
Florence
Mining
.... ..Florence  ...
Lid .... Frmikllil   ....
rhomosl
 i| l-'r. <   fJolHsgo
 Fidelity   ....
Biiiiiei ParnKum,  ...
.  N.P.L.lprlKsly  Bear
Llmlti-ii   Qoldi ii Oite
Porrestor ami,
Gold  Island
.l.ol 377S
.Lot 2293
.Lot BIOS
.Lot I486
, .Lot    238
..I.ni   1988
. .I."l   3237
.Lot   ,';|l77   '
. l.-.i   4688  '
..Lot   191.',
..Lol   492.-,
.Lot   8183
,l."i     er,
.Lot   _3l
'..  Limited
Diiscoll ...
Diiscoll ...
Limited
IIJlRSgOW	
l'i..Id... Krii ..
Golden   Chain
Good lliili.i . . .
Good Hope I-'r
iGeorglnn  ....
M,'.."i
.Em
.Lot
,Loi
! Lol
8.1,0
39.00
3.00
11.(H)
39.00
U 00
12.75
75.2>
20.00
23.75
10.01)
70.50
13,00
38.25
42.50
9.Of.
20.00
211.23
3.50
13.00
7*,. 00
4.50
12.H0
21.00
39.00
IjO.lKl
13,00
If..Ml
11.00
35.25
88.00
31,50
20.1 III
61,60
23.011
1.50
14,25
9.50
88.00
26.25
19,00
3K.25
28.25
30.73
10.50
3.1.75
37.50
12.50
20.IW
M
12.ID
11.50
20.25
9.50
24.75
211.00
15.75
88.78
29.00
13.00
H.25
m
11.511
111.00
111.25
30.00
2IVIIH
211.110
13.00
31.50
08.00
68.00
6.00
.11.23
U.J5
21.00
26.26
In.uu
n (la... Consolidated.Mining Co
Harry Wright nnd f\.J. Litter	
(ho open, as necessity demanded, for
Hie coui.try in a difficult and precipi -
(.itis-fiiii*!! but nearly always with a*"*'*
iftifcg *u"' -tWlsfaotort results
HiiiinC our sojourn at this spot—
•iii id-al line from a hunter's point of
•,;•*,>._ s-wr ban corwiited of ft»e iooun!
ConnCtts ui Udrlew itith stage for
Grtenwobd and Midtfnj, l». C,
Bull'i't  cars riln nn lritiii'1 BBtl.__n
*S|M.kalie antl   lli't'.il'lic'
11   A. JACKSON
Ooneral Fnltelmer Xgt.
SpokMne/ Wndi
Dolph
..   ..'Good, Imufeli
Golden   Uu"
Gold, n Plall
        ..          Gray  Mouse
Valpfirlso Gold Mining Co., Ltd., N.l'.L...Ir*,„v..iiiiii, nt
Roy w. Caldwell and Chas,  L. Caldwell Qarncld
Geo.  H. Caldwell,  Benjamin Tliomlui, J.
A. Tu...'.-. Flnnampre M. MaLoaa and|
. .Itoiieri John Boaley	
finiiliiior-' Gold  Mining   ft   Development
Company, Limited	
Ciiiulii i-l.iiul Gold Mining Co., Limited ....
(I. W..Chlsholm	
Geo. p. Whltoman ....	
NoonflnV Mining Co.. Lur. Lla	
[Jelly ano Mary H. Diiscoll ..
.La\vrv .-  .:	
Edward linillii*	
London ft  Rosstafld  B.  (.*.,   I.lti.i.ed
W. J. Nilson	
A. II. Kelly, K. C. Arthur and J. P. Bog-
/-rs  Julius Caesar
T. n. Garrison, Chas. ink and T, Colllnsljeit Davis ..
EligllKK-Ciimiilliin  Gold   Mining Co,.. Ltd, .Juliet   ,	
Pine.itiiii-'  Gold Mining & Milling Cu. LtdlKnlamlsh
W. J. L-dlnghfirn
3JH   I
lilul
n:.:i
41".)
1382
.l.ol   42--:',
.I.oi   5130
ft; w\
| Hidden Treasure
Humming   Bird
.1 Hidden TrcaBuro
. Hattla it	
-| Imi-'-rii'il   ...
. Irrnjl   	
■ Ill', lie   	
. Ivnnhoo 	
.lino  	
-Jennie Lind  	
.1 Jubilee 	
I Kaffir
.l.ol
. I.ni
. I ot
.Lot
.Lot
.Lot
l..,t
Lot
. Lot
.Lot
. l.ol
.l.ol
.l.ol
. Lot
.Lot
. l.ol
.Lol
.Lot r,!n
.Lot Ilild
.l.ol irjn
.lot 2.-|2f,
. i .nt Mb
MM
t,'_'-i
Iiil7
MIS
m
49.11
411   1
I
';i's
4n21   '
MB
Hflffl  ■
.-ir.'ii i
U5J
2.30  .
2038
3036 ;
(..ilevj at HelsKh, to, (jj, tliis ?*e-l.lid 1% of defober, i.Ofl,
Robert A. RfenWick,
cost*;
AND EX
FENSES
$2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.i)0
2,'lfl
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2 00
2.00
2.00
2,IM
2.00
2.00
2.1)0
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.11
2100
2.1X1
2.00
12.00
2,00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2...0
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
a.oo
2. Oil
Ij. 01)
8,00
2.00
2.00
2,00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
-X<0
2.00
200
2.(10
2 oil
2.00
i.oo
2.1,0
i;jR
57.09
2.00
21 00
'•_
22,00
2.1*0
19..71
2.l|0
25.50
!.«
III.5U
2.00
31.011
2.00
11.25
2.00
|8.0I
2. IHI
!i|.m)
2.119
HI 73
2.00
2.i im
2 on
1'.' 73
5.00
4.N
2.00
12 H
2.00
87.1.1
2.00
12 75
2.110
li-'. W
2.141
7s. OU
2.01
y. Hi
1,00
■I.' Oil
2.00
8J '"I
'. '.'5
2.011
a.oo
ir, "
1.00
in. '.
2.00
.'.',.«.
j, 06
C5.ll"
8.00
Bl.'.l
2.IK.
11.30
2.IN)
2,f«l
2.'l)l
S..X.
2.00
2..I0
2.00.
2.00
2.00
2.00
1«.
2.00
2/10
2.00
2;00
ti
2.(10
TOTAL
812.50
26.00
48.00
48.00
6.75
5.75
5.00
41.00
5.0U
13.00
41.00
8.00
14.,a
77.25
9.25
2s,00
25.75
18.0'.
7S.50
15.00
40.23
44.50
11.00
22.00
2S.25
5.5ll
15..X1
■-0.00
0.50
14.00
23.00
41.H.I
62.00 ■
15.Hi
14.30
13.00
37.23
41.1-0
33..,0
23.00
63.6.
26.00
3.51)
10.26
11.60
41.nu
28.26
21.in.
40.25
40.-35
32.75
12.50 ■
33.75
S9.5.I
14.50
22.30
35.7j
14.75
38.73
13.31.
1L50 .
26.73
2S.0H
17.75
35.7 J
41.00
15.00
7.2j
11.21!
6.7d
10.5(1
93.W ■
63.28
37.25
32.ini
28,00
41 .(.fl
15..K.
38.56
llXl.ml
Ii7. Ill
8.00
63.23
14.75
25.1(1
2S.25
12.01
ED.CO
26. IH|
2-1.01
21.60
27.5n
12.5"
86.00
13.25
15.1(1
93.no
12.75
24.111
11.75
6.60
14..',it
39.5.'
14.73
lis. 5'|
SO.(».
•iS.IKl
47.0.
41,00
U.JB
17.5.1
12.5"
117.ii|
.17.1".
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