Business News: 0054.0488

            The largest assortment in West Kootenay of men’s woolen and cotton underclothing, top shirts and all sorts of gents’ furnishings is kept at J. Lukov’s opposite Crown Point hotel.

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            A large shipment of spring chickens arrived at the California Restaurant.

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            The new four-story Arlington Hotel opens its doors to the public tomorrow.  It is without doubt furnished in a manner superior to all other hotels in the Trail Creek country, and will doubtless enjoy a good trade from the start.

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            By tomorrow’s boat J.E. McCarthy expects to receive 100 boxes of fruit, for canning purposes.  Leave your orders before they are all gone.

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            T.F. Cornyn, in advance of the Fraser Draniatic Co., soon to show here, is in town today.

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            Isaac Cowie, secretary of the Edmonton Board of Trade, is in Trail, sent here buy that body to look up a market for their produce.

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            Rogers Brothers knives, forks and spoons at Faraday & Monette jewellery store.

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            The Mac Machine Works at Trail started up yesterday noon, and is now running as smoothly as though it was accustomed to our town.  This is Trail’s second great enterprise to give employment to skilled mechanics, and its value to our town cannot be overestimated.

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            A shipment of fresh Baltimore oysters received at the California Restaurant – the first of the season.

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            McAnally & Coleman, the Spokane street druggists are before our people with a card in today’s paper.  They carry a fine stock of drugs and druggist sundries, and deserve their share of our town’s patronage.

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            Miss L. Rigney has opened a typewriting office in the NEWS building and will be glad to do copying for all who need it.

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            The Ferguson-Orr Co. have their store on the bridge decorated with signs so that those looking for bargains will not pass them by.

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            Dozois & Ross will open their Pacific Hotel some time during the coming week.  They have one of the best little hotel buildings in Trail Creek, and no building in town is so attractively painted.

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            Old papers for sale at this office at 25 cents per hundred.

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            Trail has a beautiful water supply.  Through a short hose attached to a hydrant at Bragdon & Co.’s corner, a stream of water is thrown twice as high as the four-story Arlington Hotel.  Now, Trail needs a hose cart and some hose.

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            Fire meeting tomorrow night.

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Application for Liquor License.

            Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will at the expiration of thirty days, apply to the stipendiary magistrate of West Kootenay for a license to sell liquor by wholesale on premises known as the Hanna block, Trail, B.C.

                                                                                    FRANK HANNA & CO.

Trail, B.C., Sept. 5, 1896.

0054.0488: Business News

A list of entries featuring businesses and people in Trail Creek.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  September 11, 1896
Pages:  3
Publisher:  Trail Creek News
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0054)

Subjects:

Lukovarrow
Bragdonarrow
McAnallyarrow
People arrow McCarthyarrow
Monettearrow
People arrow Fergusonarrow
Faradayarrow
People arrow Colemanarrow
People arrow Cowiearrow
Cornynarrow
Rigneyarrow
Dozoisarrow
People arrow Orrarrow
People arrow Rossarrow
People arrow Hannaarrow
Communications arrow Newspapers arrow Trail Creek Newsarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Businesses arrow Hotels, Motels, Boarding Houses arrow Crown Pointarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Street Names arrow Spokane Streetarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Buildings arrow Hanna Blockarrow
Industry arrow Manufacturing arrow Machine Shopsarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Cultural arrow Dramaticarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Businesses arrow Restaurants arrow California Restaurantarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Businesses arrow Hotels, Motels, Boarding Houses arrow Arlingtonarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Businesses arrow Hotels, Motels, Boarding Houses arrow Pacificarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Services arrow Fire Departments and Firesarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Utilities arrow Waterarrow
Transportation arrow Bridges arrow Trail Bridgearrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Businesses arrow Drugstoresarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Businesses arrow Stationery, Books, Magazinesarrow
Cities arrow Trail arrow Businesses arrow Jewellers and Watchmakersarrow

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