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THE NEWS WILL KEEP
* ,r   POSTED   ON   THE
PBVELOPMENT OF THE
|1N1.S- $5.00 THE YEAR.
Portland Canal News
Devoted to the Interests of the Mining Districts of Northwestern British Columbia
c^ 6 (6*7 ?*
SEND THIS COPY TO
YOUR FRIEND WHO
WANTS INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
STEWART,   B.
C.
FRIDAY,   MARCH 31 1922
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Copy
PREMIER MINE
BREAKS RECORD
STEWART   LOCAL   NEWS.
b -st article every published about
the Premier mine, 17 miles from
Stewart.
Premier Gold Mining Company
(Limited), operating in the
Portland Canal district.  British
George Fraser is expected baen
on the Albert this week.
S. Preston and T.   McKenzie
were in town this week from the
Everyone   locally   is   pleased
is disappearing       	
Blackie Irwin and Dan Hum^
left during the week on a trip
down the canal.
Bert Olson and Tim Williams
left for a few weeks trapping in
the Naas, Wednesday.
George Clothier, after spending a week in town, left for
Prince Rupert on the Pachena,
Sunday.
B. Thompson,   operating under
the management of H. R. Plate,
mining engineer.    It is said that
about  $80,000   was lost in de-
i velopment.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ The luck of mining is no bet-
Mi e   Hundred    Thousand ter exemplified than in the sub-
*-* ���.  .,      i��� n.ii.i����- sequent history of this most re-
Paid in Dividends During ^^ property   ^ ^ ^ ^^
the Development Period. a Doruj was c|osed hy jjr. Neill on
cu;-- Half Million Month'March 7, 1917,  with the owner,,   . .  ., ., ..
Ship nail luuiiuii .-_��.-.-.. i with the rapid manner the snow
r Bush, at Chula Vista,  Cal.,  andi.    ,.      .. _ _ .
, , ion April 7 work was commenced.
The Northwest Mining l���1*1 jThe first development was done
(Spokane) of March 17 has thei unfier the direction as foreman,
I of   Dan   Lindeberg,   who snow
shoed his horses and  packed in
enough supplies to run five men
| until   July.    After that month
the trails were opened and pack
horses put into commission.
In tunnel No. 1, about 80 feet
Cilumbia, will pay a dividend of jfrom   surface,   a  crosscut   was
S'-OO 000 on March 31. upon  out-; started 80 feet in from portal toi    ti ,        ,.       .     ..     0-i       ,*
jDW-uwum v | _       ^      r .    r   . _..j|    The mail  launch  Pachena ar- supplies  to  the Silverado  ana
rived    from     Rupert,   Sunday,  bringing down ore:
E. Gregoire was down from the
Premier during the week.
Henry Scovil returned from
lhe Bush mine, Wednesday.
Ice cream will be served at the
King Edward grill, Sunday.
A. Sutherland was down from
the Premier during the week.
The service in local restaurants is the best on the coast,
travelers state.   They ought to
know.
The News is running two new
ads this week. It may pay you
to read them. Watch for a new
one next week.
Louis Forsyth is now employed
assisting Harry Reid taking up
built for them by the firm of
Lawrence & Workman, to whom
great credit is due for the rapid
manner in which they completed
the building. A two-story structure on Fifth street, with commodious offices on the ground
floor, and comfortable living
quarters for the bank staff on
the second.
the right.    After four feet had
been driven  the   heading broke
into a preat body of ore, running!
$65 per ton, gold ar.d silver I P����engers.
with considerable freight and six
standing capitalization of 5,000,
000 shares of par value of one
dollar.
Adding a distribution of $400,-,    The next w(jr|< wag ^ % point
000. paid on December 31, 1921, | lg, fe(ltfrom portal   i(1   an   0|d|a   pome
and which has received no pub-1 crosscut driven  16 feet  by  the Going."   Weil, let'er go, beauti
Hit. The first round fu*. beautiful snow.
Premier Ore Shipments
During the week the Premier shipped about 1600 tons
of ore (high and low grade)
and concentrates; bringing
the total of these shipments
since the first of the year up
to approximately 15,800 tons.
ACTION TAKEN
ON LOCAL HALL
���	
Executive Meeting, Wednesday, Suggests a Building
Committee���Reduce Passenger and Freight Rates
H. A. Gillis, who is trapping
in the Naas, came in for supplies
Yesterday the News received \ during the week   end,   and   re-
entitled,    "Snow    is j
licity until now, this great bon-!old managemei
anza, easily the most sensational of holes opened up the ore body,
producerof the past two decades, l--^"*  *r��-M  $60    per   ton
,        ,.    KT    ..        , i across   8  or  9   feet.     Another
no far as the Northwest   is con- , ,    ,
crosscut was then run at the face
earned, has disbused no less than of the tunne,( then *n m fft6t
$91)0,000 in just three months, anrj about 175 feet vertically
istablishing  a record which so| from surface.
turned Monday morning
The   dock   extension   having
been completed the extension  to
the warehouse is now well under
way and will soon be ready for
use.
Jack Grey left for Prince Ru-
Captain Anderson and Howard I pert with Captain  Anderson on
Cameron left on a business trip the Robert G. Seymour,   Monday
He expects to  be back
A general meeting of the
Citizens' Ass >ciation will be
held in the Newell hall at 8
p.m.,   Wednesday;   April 5.
far as we  know has not beenI croaecut again  tapped
duplicated in mining history 0f;thefirst6 feet  averaging
.... ... i_*    ��� per ten and the whole mass,  65
this section of the emmlrv. |, ��� .
������������������        i *_.��*. ...,!.,   ,.,,,,,,i,.,r .in averaire ot
Here a three-foot  .   -, ���-_.  .
^   j to Terrace, Monday night, on the night.
the ore.' ,        .       r, ��� .,
' i company    launch,    Robert    (.-..
153001 Seymour.
J. A. Kirkpatrick, after spending a week in town  looking over
the   general  business situation,
left   for   Prince   Rupert on the j
Pachena, Sunday.
Rumor   is   current in  Juneau
f-f-fm-**********************************^      j feet wide, running an      ^^^^
Information received from  an jgjj per t0,,
authentic source is to the effect j shipments were commenced in
that a larife surplus is being piled! the winter of 1917-18. the trail
ud and that the dividend rate in- having   been made   serviceable
dialed bv the present dividend during the summer.   Ore to the .    ,
faille of $75,000 was  hauled out  that inane   &   JdCKson   oi   me
declaration��� $500,000 quarterly        ,    ,,        , .   ,  ,   .   n_j ___.
.    .    '       ,    , on double-end bobsleds and raw-
-will b- maintained throughout I,   , .    ..      .  .    Ta^m-
,. . . hies   and   snipped   to   iacoma.
this year, at least,  with strong \maf*   an"      (.Mt. , .
,���  . ,     under an $18  freight and   tieat-
p-obability  of  extra dividends.;
i.p:mit:   who   have   recently ��-��ntcharge.        MOiaril_t__i,
i> . i . in the summer oi 1918 tne trail
WM lhe district go  so   far  as w h f    double
t.*y lhal s , long as the pre.. JJ^JJ ^ ^^ m��M ,ame(1
"itore holy holds out  the com-
-sny is likely to make as much;
M 1500.000 monthly.
Capital stock of Premier Gold
MiiinR company   is h' 11   very
1 " '"\ and is divided into alout
nine equal narts.   Originally the |
filire pro| erty was owned bv R.
-��� Neill of Spokane, who "redis- ]
covered" the great mine; W. R.
Wilson,  manager Crow's  Nest)
1 ,;|1   Co,   Fernie, B.C.. and R
- Wood and A. M. Trites. merchants of Fernie,   Ouhgaquantlj
,lir**e-li i'i lis of the property were
1111 to New York  interests, at a
���riesnever published, but which
ni ist have   been of very large
Portions.   Among   the  N  a
*url<   holders    are     American
JjneltinKhnd Refining Co., Isaac
Unierm
on during the   winter  of   1918-9
Alaska Gastineau have secured
an option on the Fish Creek
Mining Co's property.
It is reported that ilerry
Scovil has been very busy of late
making extensive alterations to
his houae, every detail being very
carefully attended to.    Bad sign;
Hyder Improvements
J. A. Hall,   president  of   the
Salmon River Banking company
of  Hyder,   and   W.   L.   Balch,
building    contractor,    also    of
Hyder, returned on the Pachena
last week from   Juneau,   where
they had gone to interview the
territorial government regarding
the requirements of their embryo
city ���particularly the new dock
and the Salmon river protection
work.   On   both   they have apparently   made satisfactory arrangements.     As  a   result  of
their trip there is no doubt at
all now that the new dock will
be built.   The government  have
undertaken to build the approach,
which will run from the end of
Premier avenue,  out across "the
baseball ground to deep water, a
distance of about 3000 feet. This
| approach will  be 16   feet   wide,
thereby allowing ample room for
wheeled traffic. The construction
of the dock  will  be undertaken
by Dorey & Balch as   a   private
with six   .-horse  teams.   Overl but we won*t Mk que8ti
$200,000 worth was shipped  and, M
the property then  became the     Bert   W|"K'   came   UP  -rot-
talk of the mining world. mm_^^_^^__
[n the summer of L919 a -tand- ne8B ami -^turned the same day.
aid wagon read was completed,  He reporU that he is al  present
reaching the mine  in   October.  Betting  out   about 3000 tonso.
Meanwhile all improvements had m('k  ,,"r  month for flux at the
been paid for oul of ore receipts,
although the four original   partners   Nell. Wilson,  Trites ai d
Wood   had contributed  $50,000
apiece to initial expense ai d haa
borrowed the sum of $60,000
In September-1919, two sets ol   This w
mining engine.is   arrived   foi club foi members only.
New York parties   one, headed     naroia m. Roscoe paid Sti      I
by H A. Guess, mining directoi  a /i8it during the past  week
American  Smelting &
Co., a
^am I
within a week.
A   dance will be held in
the Newell hall tonight (Friday) by the Women's Auxiliary, in  aid  of  the starving
children of Russia.
From   now   on   the   Portland
Canal News will   not   back   the
Bank of  Montreal.    [This   is   a
joke perpetrated by the officeIenterprise, and will be approxi-
boy, who has since been killed.] | mately 40x100. with a warehouse
B. D. Clegg. of the Canadian j built thereon. The piling for the
Ingersoll-Rand Co., paid Stewart j dock has already been taken out
a visit during the week end, j and assembled, and now that
coming in on the Amur, return- satisfactory arrangements have
ing to the south on the Pachena, been made with the government
Sunday.
Bert    ...������-.         .
Swamp Point. Monday, on  busi-, ment work on the Adanacg-oup,
three miles up American creek.
rock   peri	
smelter at Anyox.
William Colin, proprietor ofthe
Hotel Kmn Edward, is rear
ranging Ins bar for the accomi
modaiiuii of ihe Sourdough club,
which he inc irporated last year,
ill   be   i un  si i ictlj  as a
in
an early   start  on   construction
_   _        ..     n , .can be contemplated. Mr. Cheat-
S. G. and Lou Benson returned  . .,, ,,   , .
���     ,       . . . liam will arrive in Hvder to make
on Wednesday trom doing assess-    ,    ..    , , .     ..
,     . , i the linal surveys early   in  April.
Messrs.   Hall  and  Balch  also
^_ .. took up the matter of the river
They   report   the   traveling  as L^ pfotectioj| W0Bk< mad<J nee.
bem�� vefy batl- ! cessary by the imminent danger
A meeting of the executive of
the  Citizens'   Association    was
held in the Newell hall, Wednesday evening, when considerable
routine business was dealt with.
The  correspondence read   by
the secretary on the matter of
the association's  campaign  for
lower   freight    and    passenger
rates on the   G. T. P.  steamers
plying into this port showed that
good results had been obtained,
in that the   steamship company
have reduced the fare between
Stewart and Rupert from $12.50
to $10,   and   also  granted a reduction  of  60 "cents per ton on
freight.
Another matter   which csme
up for consideration was that of
building a hall.    This discussion
centered around a telegram from
J. W. Stewart,   in  which  it was
stated that the deed for the lot
promised   by   the Stewart Land
Co., would arrive in   about  two
weeks, but this need not delay
the construction of the hall; further  that  this   deed   would be
made out similar to that for the
hospital.
Discussion of this matter ensued for some time, and it was
then laid on the table, to be taken
up later. Coming up again near
the close of the meeting, it was
decided to recommend to the
general meeting, on Wednesday
night, that the following act as
a building committee to investigate and recommend back to the
association details concerning
the construction of a hall. The
suggested committee are Grant
Mahood. E. R. Workman, H. P.
Gibson, J. P. Scarlett, and W. J.
Crawford.
Considerable time was also devoted to the discussion of the
propoied amendments to the
constitution and by-laws. These
also will be submitted on  Wed
nesday night.
General manager of  the Pre-. j,-which the town is placed dur-	
mier   mine,   Dale  L.   Pitt, with ing high  water.     While no ap- J ..  .,       ���  .,  _.
Mrs. Pitt and daughter, returned propriation   has  been made for) Bridge neia ^jp
on Sunday   from  a  well earned this work, before leaving Juneau, ,    It is reported that work on the
holida.   of several months   dur- they were given to understand i Bear river bridge has  been held
ation spent mostly   in   California that the government  will   make, up this week owing   to  the  fact
and Salt Lake City. every effort to do this work   this  that customs officer W.  C.   Cam.
The United States coast guard summer; it  may   be  possible  to, eron suspended Malcolm  Smith,
,,  ,-   I In. It.     with    Aliskan  use some of  the road appropri-  w**��  ��"   '"^   to run the pile
cutter   Unalga,   witn   Ai.i&Kan,    . ,K   ���      driver   being  the  only man   n
M.   S.   atlon    f��r    l'R'     lU11 Pose.       T""* " -       J
Two
ul the company, representing um  tne interests Ol inn...... ��� ������    ��� ���   -^ (n connectjon wllh
^^^^^^^^_ mental b with the
���d the other rapreaentinu Morley S r, whobasbeen pio* ^^
, Silverman, identified with .,.!llt>tj_ Mr. R moatranger
Minor Keith-Untermeyer in   t0 this district,  having bet
li might I"- mentioned M.Ulll mining engineer foi
GranUj compMl ai  Anyox  foi
i, i,, ....
dai
"'Ver, Guggenheim Bros., I American oiuc.u...  ~   "ef       I  ���������������,���>.
N Minor C. Keith, head of the
Un,t*d Fruit Ca ^^^
���-������tori ofthe property  is t**
|!*-0,1K ihe most interesting  ro-  tereet*
JN�� that  ever  adorned the that 8nm Silverman *�������������
Htofthowart, Aftercomb- ahead of the bugg-nheim
tr**  -v-tow   country from     Both   parties   i >;<>'*'">
J"*�� ^  Alaska.  U. Ki Neill. upon the property, a    east
rr,"        me UeeUOed with wmcient t.m�� to e.
imp! tor-* of report to their prim ���  ���      k      u
B*J��. ***** in im at the -uch -,.,�����.  .ere I ���    "      Q!1_ ,,
J*!"'-   ��ine, then  known  as ******  ****   ""   ' '
"*'���^Mt.tt.e,   a,1(i   whj(.tl  |)Kl)  ooutd tx obi
Both parties il   ' vmii. mt
of the Giant Powder
He    .has   s i
deputy cuatoroacollector, M. S. �����-��  -u��   ��-*��   ."�����������     l""|the district who  holds papers.
Wl.illier  of  Juneau,   on   board.   -Chemet are   being   considered.   Al)d  as  Mr_  Cameron   WBt   to
arrived in port on Tueadey even- (),ie  * *- contract two wing prince Rupert, Monday, on  the
depart* ,'i4,"*i above the town in  such   a   Robert Seymour, Foreman Henry
ii'. ,   wn\ as to throw   the river ovei  Scos il has been unable to get the
3 to the   west   bank.    The  other,  dulicul.y   straiuhtened   out.     It
foi
Metal
Market
the
tion
.
Lead,  m	
ten put IJ
(iriflco Arrives
The s.s. Griffco, heretofore
hi��dt "linifo' ie theNewa, made
' i Bret appearance in tins port
earl) rhuraday morning, bring
ing in a cargo  und  taking  out a
load ol "ie
and thc one advocated, is to drive
I double row of piles  for  a  dis
tance of HMHJ feel  up  alonj<   the
east b.uiK and to lill   in   between
appears that Smith is an American citizen and on these grounds
was stopped by the immigration
laws. As he has been working
at the Premier mine and   other
*���' **-��nd(��ned tl
0) s,
if   same   >ear
Mil River liold  Mill
tod by Colonel v\
result thai   ii       VtlUf*
ii _nl    .
.iiiil >
per  ^^^^^
/,,���.,     Hiiet,   ea.-l
t ,H le   * ��� '
with brush and wire,  lt is hoped   P^cei   on   the  t aiiadian side of
i  . ., in i     the line ror,  it  is  n ported,   the
that  me  latter method e-Mbe pttttwo ,,;���, and hoWe aSt-
adopted. c\mma B. C, papers, no such  dilli-
Mr. Ball espreeeed the opinion eultj was anticipated. However,
that a large  number  ol   people  nothing can now be   done   until
arrive in thia district  from Mr. Cameron retuma, which will
Juneau during thc coming sum* |; ������',., todHv ���r t. ��� orrow   in
, the   meaiilii    . i.iblv   of   lhe
Bank ...er.   Owing to the suspension driver ii held up    A small crew
of Montreal moved  during  the of mining Mtivity is tha Alathai only being at work gelling out
week end to their new premiaee, capital things art vary qgtoi piles.
Hunk   Moved
1 in local branch of thc PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,
MARCH
1922
The Portland Canal  News
H.  W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
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Advertising  Rates:
Display Advertising, 50 cents per inch per issue.
Notices, 20 cents per line.
Reading
Special Position Display or  Reading,   25 per cent above
ordinary rates.
Certificate of Improvement, $15 (if more than one claim,
$2.50 for each additional claim mentioned)
Land Notices, $10.   Coal Notices, $7.
No Advertising Accepted for First Page
BRITISH   PREMIERSHIP
IT will be observed that Lloyd George
is reported still to be about to resign. A
few days ago it was pointed out that the
rumor must be true, because the premier
did not contradict it. Now that "a statement apparently inspired" contradicts the
story, we are told that the extreme urgency of the crisis is shown by the fact
that it was" necessary to issue such a
statement.
Two things are plain, even at this distance. Lloyd George recognizes that the
unionist members, with a vast majority in
tne house of commons, have the right to
say whether or how long he should remain
premier. While visiting in Wales he is
leaving the matter entirely in their hands.
Secondly, it appears that every unionist
who could be thought of as premier is a
warm supporter of Lloyd George.
FEEDING   THE   RUSSIANS
THE British people feel the stress of
hard times and the weight of war burdens,
yet parliament has voted ��1,100,000 for
the relief of Russian sufferers. This is an
addition to large private donations in
money and provisions. No ether nation,
except the United States, has been so
generous  as  Great
other with the Moscow authorities. But
the ordinary man in the street has about
reached the conclusion that Russia's internal affairs cannot be settled by the
chanting of hymns of hate in other countries. Until she once more comes into
touch with what still stands for a higher
civilization she will remain aloof in her
folly. Invite her into decent company!
and it may do her good and the other
nations surely have nothing to lose by a
course of that kind. Perpetuating hate
had better be ditched before the disciples
who worship at its shrine experience the
inevitable result.
LEADER   OF   THE MAJORITY
SENATOR LOUGHEED is now for
the second time leader of the opposition in
his chamber. He took that position first,
by choice of his conservative colleagues,
on the resignation of Sir Mackenzie Bowell
in 1907. His competitor in the ballot was the late
Senator Ferguson .of Prince Edward Island, a
former cabinet minister. When Sir Robert Borden took office he called Senator 1 ougheed to the
cabinet, so that he was thus established in the
senate leadership. Changes in the ministry and
the premiership did not affect his position. Now
that his party is in opposition once more it has
been considered advisable for the liberal-conservatives in the senate to reopen the question of
leadership. The result is that Sir James becomes
once more opposition leader. For some years he
will be the leader of the majority. Mr. Dandur-
and ot the minority will nevertheless be leader of
the senate. Sir James Lougheed will remember
the past and show proper consideration for Mr.
Dandurand's position. He was himself, for some
five years, leader of the senate with the majority
against him.
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Among those who expect  business   to hum
this season are the bee keepers.
Strawberries are selling at $50 a basket in Paris,
but they are in less demand than onions.
Manitoba farmers are more concerned about
the activities of the grasshoppers than the
politicians.
When Burbank succeeds in developing a seed-
Britain  toward   the j less catalog, the work of the amateur gardener
Russian sufferers, and in  proportion  to | will be greatly simplified.
available wealth Britain  leads all other
nations in liberality.
This is not a gift to the government of
Russia. It is one of the discouragements
of the charitable that the soviet government has money to ypend iu propagandist
activities and revolutionary conspiracies
abroad while millions of the Russian people are starving at home. The perishing
peasants are not to blame tor this, and the
British people are too generous to allow
the people to die of hnnger.
British and United States authorities
are working together, the United States
providing the machinery of distribution.
Neither of them trust the Bolshevik authorities to dispense relief.
The proceedings in the freight case would be
considerably shortened if the lawyers delivered
their addresses by express.
SILLY  NONSENSE
PARIS is still horror-stricken at the
thought of any French statesman sitting
at a conference table with an emisaary
from soviet Russia. The average newspaper thoroughly dislikes Lloyd George
for his part in recognising that Europe
must begin tu do Uusinees in some form or
After riding elephants and shooting tigers in
India, the Prince of Wales now has to face the
ordeal of coming home and getting married.
John McGraw receives $70,000 for managing
about a score of ball tossers. President Harding
only gets $10,000 more for managing 110,000,00'J
people.   Play ball!
In Vancouver, on St. Patrick's day, a Chinaman appeared on Hastings street wearing a shamrock in his lapel. He would not have gone a block
in Dublin without being challenged.
STEWART    NEWS   CO.
H. P. GIBSON Proprietor
(.anong's  and   Lowney's   Chocolates
Stationary      China      Library
All the Very Latent    Music and Records
Hole Agent for the Imperial  Tobacco  Company
ind Canadian Steam \��%~m
Your
Banking Account
For every class of Account
���Commercial Accounts,
Household Accounts, Savings Accounts���the facilities required are provided
in the Bank of Montreal.
y-*\ fM
"Sr"f
��
BANK OF I MONTREAL
ESTABLISHED MORE THAN 100 YEARS
L_
Stewart Branch' L- S.  WHITTAKER.  Manager.
Exchange Grill
AND   MEAT   MARKET
OPEN DAYSSfi NIGHT
Bread, Cakes, Pies, a Specialty
MEAT DEPARTMENT--*st As;
sortment
of Frash Meals in town. Call and inspect our Butcher
Shop.   Everything fresli but the employee*.
J.   P.   HAWKINSON,   Proprietor
"JAKE'S   CAFE."
PROFESSIONAL  CaRDs
C.  S.   BAKER
PROVINCIAL  ASSAYER
STEWART.   B. C.
DALBY B. MORKILL
MINING SURVEYOR
~   C  Land Surveyor
STEWAKT, B. C.
DR. ALFRED H. BAYNE
Dental Surgeon,    PRINCE Hl'PERT
HELOERBON    block
E.   LUNDVALL
ASSAYER
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HOVLAND
ASSAYER
HYDER
ALASKA
LYON'S MEAT MARKET
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Agents for Barton's Circle W Smoked Meats
Try our Pickled Beef and Pork
Mixed   Sweet   Pickles,   Sauerkraut,   Dills   and   Mince Meat
always on hand.      Quality our motto.
J. O. LYON
PROPRIETOR
STEWART UND COMPANY. LIMITED
Founders and Original Owners
of STEWART TOWNSITE . .
Hhai. im i-i, j
101 J-.mborton Block,    ���   VICTORIA, B. C.
Real Estate   Insurance   Mines   Financial Agents
KOHERT   M.    STKWART.        , .       rTldlll.l
Lota for sale in all parti of town
Listings of properties for tale wanted
STEWART LAND CO,, LTD.
FiflhSt, Stewart, UC
DR. W. D'ARCY CHASE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Alaska Hotel tamporaly
HYDER.       -        -       -       ALASKA
HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT
Leading  hotel in northern
british columbia
H. B. ROCHESTER, Manager
European Plan $1.50 per day up
mm SjOCpSU  Of       ,
Land tv\ fern'rah
Minimum price of flrnl cl.'isn 1-nl
reduced l��� t. mu aero, ...������������;,.,; dam to
(2 60 an aire.
l*re-e>iii>tion now confined to ��ar-
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PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   MARCH   31,
tf
i
1922
We Sell Everything..
WE   SELL   FOR   LESS
WE   are   featuring   EXTRA   VALUES
in Groceries this week
SEAL OF  QUALITY  GOODS
FLOUR THAT  MAKES GOOD BREAD
Don't overlook there has been an advance
in the price of Flour, but we are selling
at the old price.     Buy now
IN   GRANITE WARE
SHOE   SPECIALS
THAT   SAVE   YOU   MONEY
Does your feet tire easily? Come in and walk out with a
pair of shoes that rests the foot, develops the muscles and
permits perfect circulation. Prices so low that competitors
have an idea the shoes were stolen.     We have your number
We can understand youth or old age
Salmon River
Trading Co'y
HOMESTAKE TO BE DEVELOPED
Word has been received in
Alice Arm that the Homestake
Mining company of Vancouver
will shortly commence operations
at the Homestake mine, situated
at the Kitsault glacier, says the
Herald. It is understood that
$36,000 will be spent in development work this year. A compressor and machinery is ready
in Vancouver to be shipped to
the property and a season of ac-
] tive development work has been
.outlined by the company. Ore
I was encountered in th. No. 1
i tunnel last fall before operations
ceased.    An early fall of snow
i
last fall put an end to operations
| earlier than was expected, but
the work done by the company
showed satisfactory results and
the Homestake company are confidently expecting to prove up
some large ore bodies during the
coming year.
Work Commenced on
Railway at Anyox
Work is in full swing at Anyox
| building the railway to the new
dam   site.   The   railway   starts
at a point near the junction of the
high line and the Beach railway.
A cable will be used for hauling
the cars on the first 5000 feet of
the road, owing to the steep nature of the ground, and a motor
hoist will be installed at an  ele-
; vation of approximately 600 feet
1 to supply the power.    From the
site of the motor hoist to the dam
; site transportation will be provided by an electric motor which
will pull the supplies to the dam
site.    Power for the mctor hoist
on the tram line and also for the
1 motor on the hill will be supplied
: hy a power line from the mine
' and work on this line has already
commenced.     Work   is    being
rapidly prosecuted on both the
railway and the power line.    It
! is anticipated that the railway
will be in operation to the Jam
by the middle of May and it is
expected that the dam will be
completed this year ready for use
next winter..
May Develop Wolf
Property, Alice Arm
It is reported that the Taylor
(Mining  company   are   comtem-
j plating a resumption of mining
I operations at an early date,  but
| as yet no definite word has been
j received   by   the officials of the
company at Alice Arm.    Should
i the  company   commence  operations it is understood  that the
i work wiii consist of developing
! the Wolf property, which lies two
miles north of the Dolly Varden
; mine, on the opposite side of the
I
Kitsault river. No ore will be
i shipped from the Dolly Varden
this summer. All work will be
concentrated on the Wolf with a
view of ascertaining the ore tonnage on that property.
mNEWELL ROOMS
W.    L.    NEWELL.    Proprietor
Comfortable Furnished Rooms.   Barber Shop in Connection.   Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.     Solo Tables
PHONE, I   LONG. 1 SHORT. 1 LONG
STEWART PHARMACY
(1EORGE A. FRASER
Proprietor
New Spring Stock Arrives
������1^w*\*********-m\*****\****Sm*M
| HIGH   GRADE
Working Clothes
VERY   LOWEST   PRICES
j COME   AND   SEE  THEM
Stanlield's Red Label   Underwear,  $2.00 per Garment
Working Sox, Three Pairs for $1.00
Hanson's Special Heavy Working Sox, 50 cents per pair
Hanson's All-Wool Heavy Working Sox, 31-2 lbs, 75c pair
Pure Wool Working Pants, $5.50 per Pair ^  ^
Heavy Khaki Duck Pants, ���>'"*',l< ** Double Knee $2;75 1>air
Hipress Rubber Shupacs, 12 in. Tops, $7.00 Pair
UNI-   AT   LOWES-   P8ICH
CAROLAN'S
MEAT MARKET
FRESH . . . .    liCATO
AND  CURED    IfltAlO
SHAMROCK   BRAND
Full Line of Groceries and Vegetables.   Orders
taken for Camps and Mines.     Fresh Milk
and  Dairy   Produce
Hvder Transfer Co.
STEWART   AND   HYDER
H.   L.   REID   and   LOUIS   LEGG,   Props.
SADDLE   AND   PACK  HORSES
COAL   AND   WOOD
See us for Teaming Contracts      Prompt Deliveries
King Edward
GRILL	
Under New Management
Home Made Bread
and Pastry
Give us  a trial.    If you
like us, COME AGAIN
Stockholders and
Trust in the Ring
Elihu Root, the New York
lawyer, has succeeded ex-President Taft as arbitrator of differences between stockholders of,
American Smelting & Refining j
Co. and the Guggenheims, \
brought to a head by the sensational charges made by Karl i
Eilers, former vice-president,
last year. Following the last
annual meeting a committee of
investigation was appointed to
get at the facts and it is understood decided upon a report not
at all complimentary to the present controlling factors. From
an unofficial source it is suggested
that the outcome may bring about
resignation of the Guggenheims
from the company and its future
direction by the younger men
who have been prominently
identified with its affair! for the
past few years.
I. N. HOGUEWOOD, Proprietor
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
FRED DOREY
Manager
TAXI
and
TRUCK
SERVICE
The only first-class and up to date hotel in the Portland
Canal district
Hotel King Edward
STEWART,
B.  C.
Running Hot and Cold Water.     Baths.       All the conveniences of the city.    Dining Room in connection
European plan $1 per day and up
W.    H.   TOLIN,        -       -       Manager
Canadian National Railwaiis
GRAND   TRUNK   PACIFIC    RAILWAYS
HEAPS    OF   OTHER
Yukon Gold
The Yukon Gold company is
shipping 3000 tons of ore this
winter from vein No. D on the
Rico claim. On the Sadie claim
the Treadwell people have two
shafts down about 100 feet.
Treadwells have several million;
tons of ore blocked out for re- j Smilhei
moval from the McQuest-Cenclop
claims adjoining.
Steamers sailing between Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver, Powell
River. Ocean Falls, Swanson Bay. Prince Rupert, Anyox, Stewart
and Queen Charlotte Islands.
BAILINGS from PRINCE Itr 1-l.HT���
THURSDAYS   AT    TWELVE   O'CLOCK,    MIDNIGHT,    FOR
SWANSON BAY, OCEAN   FALLS,   POWELL RIVER,
VANCOUVER.   VICTORIA   AND   SEATTLE
FROM    PRINCE    RUPERT    FOR   STEWART
P. M., March 16, 30, April 13, 27.
Train Service:
MONDAY,
|>aaH<Higer
H. ZeffertTstewoTt- B. C.
SMITH   BLOCK
It is expected that lhe population of Mayo camp, which has
already \*e\t tha population of the
Yukon Territory-   will   be  more
l hull doubled this summer,
WEDNESDAY and BATUHDAY at ll.15a.ro.
for
Prinoa George, Edmonton and Winnipeg, making direct
oonti-.tions for all points Bast ami South.
For Atlantic Steamship sailings OJ ���further information, apply  to
any Grand Trunk Pacific Agent, or to G. A. McNicholl. Assistant
General Freight and Passenger Agent, Prince Rupeit, Li. C.
News, $5 PORmra  CANAL  MH8.   STEWAKT.   B. C   FR1DAT.  MARCH   U.   IM*
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $75,944,203;
Lode Gold, $102,753,823; Silver. $53,668,284; Lead. 46.637,221;
Copper, $161,513,864; Zinc, $19,896,466; Coal and Coke. $212,-
573,492; Building Stone, Brick, Cement. $32,168,217; Miscellaneous
Minerals, $1,037,408; making its.Mineral Production to the end of
1920 show
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF ��706,192,978
The substantial progress of the Mining Industry in this Province
Is strikingly exhibited in the following figures, which show the value
of production for successive five-year periods: For all years to 1805,
inclusive, $94,547,241; for five years, 1896-1900, $57,607,967; for
five years, 1901-1905, $96,507,968; for five years, 1906-1910, $125, -
534,474; for five years, 1911-1915, $142,072,603; for five years,
1916-1920, $189,992,725; for the year 1920, $35,543,084.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $331,995,328
Lode mining has only been in progress for about 33 years, and
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospected; 300,000
square miles of unexplored mineral-bearing land are open for prospecting.
The mining laws of this Province are more liberal and lhe fees
lower than those of any other Province in the Dominion, or any
Colony in the British Empire.
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal fees.
Absolute Titles are obtained by developing such properties, security of which is guaranteed by Crown Grants.
Full information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may
be obtained gratis by addressing
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES. Victoria, British Columbia.
PREMIER MINE
BREAKS RECORD
[Continued  From Page  One.]
moving cable in the world.   The
total cost was about $250,000.
The mine is now producing between 5000 and 5500 tons
monthly, January consignments
reaching a value of $500,000 and
those of February about the
same. Higher grade ore, running from $75 to $350 a ton, is
shipped to Tacoma. and ths lower
grade, running between $40 and
$60. to Granby at Hidden creek.
The average of the shipments
has been losely around $100 per
ton, with a general average rates
of  about 40 per cent gold and
BIG Money
for Your
Muskrat ;
CRAWFORD    TRANSFER
FOR   TEAMS,   SADDLE
AND   PACK   HORSES..
WOOD    AN D   COAL
STEWART, B. C. W.   J.   CRAWFORD,  Manager
A   MONOLOGUE
(IN THREE PARTS)
Part I-"Mama!"
Part II-"Papa's home!"
Part III���"The  glass is gone
and the cellar door's open."
Curtain.
were called to New York and arrived there in October, 1919.
Upon arrival it was found that
both interests represented in the
recent examinations were wild to
obtain the property and eventually a two-party deal was arranged, with ownership as mentioned above. Originally the
company set aside some treasury \$q per cent silver
shares, but they were later distributed as a bonus among the
present owners.
The property was then placed
under the management of the
Guggenheim interest, with Dale
Pitt in charge and its subsequent
history is well known to the
mining world. The mine when
taken over by the present man
agement was developed by four
levels, as follows: No 1, in 250
feet with vertical depth of 175
feet; No. 2, 200 feet, depth 500
feet; No. 3. 100 feet, depth 650
feet; No. 4, 570 feet, depth 1000
feet. Ore is now coming from
No. 1, No. 2 and No. 4, although
the latter is not yet in to the main
bonanza ore body. The ore zone
is over 100 feet wide, with the
high grade anywhere from one
to 30 feet wide. A combination
concentrating, flotation and cyanide mill, with capacity of 150
tons, has been placed in operation, run by hydro-electric
power most of the year and  by
Last Sunday, at Portland, Oregon, Emily Fuller, aged 19, was
shot and fatally wounded, in a
church, by a masked man, while
the quire was practicing. Now,
girls, this is not a warning not
to go to church.
al
KY'Wtt
m*k
Mi
Wants all your MUSKRAT and MINK-QU/CK-
and will pay you these, extremely high prkss.
MUSKRAT
Extra bin*"     No. 1 Urge   I  No. 1 Ht-i f~ No. 1 Simli   j      ST7
l�� A.--*i; ���        E****t��A*vr__*   I    itt'M  An. .;.    I F.'lt* !<��� A ���������;���   ['';�� Sot ���;. *�����>
**a <;i_i 7��;��- ? 7<i!9 Ai\it.7.\^.t rn*,.i -JnTi cn*-  V
Spring
Winter
m~T
E.r�� I
5.50 to4.50t3.75 to 2.7512.40 to2.Wll.50 tol.3QSl.50 to J{
'"    ~ Otol.BT        "	
MI r^ i\
30,
90j
4.00 to 3.00|2.50 to 1.85LL50 toj.20j1 .08 to_.G5jJ .00 to
JU
A. 3. S. Stanley is Baptist
minister at Trail. Years ago he
worked as a printer on many
coast papers. We have often
heard of ministers leaving the
pulpit and going into the newspaper game; but seldom the good
man calls a man from the print
shop to the pulpit.
Fine, Dark
Utu&l Color)
Coaat
.500 to 20.0018.09 to 15.011400 io 12.031 H-.03 w U .   i io I
15.00tol2.0��11.0.to 8.0(1 7.00 to Sii 5.0. to 4.01*5.00 to I i
-a00 to gjj 7.00 to 5.50! 5.00 to 4.-W! 3.75 to 3.00 3.75 tt l.T5|
T^c above prices are based on the well known "1S111IBERT"
libtral grading and are quoted for immediate shipment. No. \
No. 4, kitts, and otherwise inferior skins at highest market
value. We also want all your other furs and will pay the
BIG PRICES quoted in "life fclpibrrt &ljqtprr" to get them.
Don't wait-SH/P TODAY.
A shipment to "SHUBERT" will
result in "more money"���"quicker"
OCEAN    VIEW    HOTEL
HYDER,   B. C.
Warm, Comfortable Rooms. $1.00 Per Day
Choice Lin*1 of Canadian Cigars and Tobaccos
Local  Distributor Silver Spring
Ball Room in Connection
Catering to Large and Small  Parties
WILLIAM REID TOOTH, Prop. Tel. 5 Short
WATER   NOTICE
Diversion  and Use
Take   notice,   that  K.   E.   Winslow,
whose address is Union Bank Building,
Victo-ia, B. C, will apply for a licence
to take and use 28 feei seconds of water
... ,-,���      , ��� , .out of Glacier creek, which flows  west
auxiliary   Diesel   engines during | and drains into Bear river, about three!
miles from its mouth.   The  water will j
ABSHUBE
The Largest House in the \rbrld Dealing Bw
LtV.B./A^
Buns,
i_TiT:l_:i_f-U
Vancouver
Dt-pt.
| Tramway   Co.
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME
ARE TO BE HAD AT THE
Hotel Stewart
W.    DANN,    Proprietor
Steom Heated Rooms      Comfortably Furnished      Baths
Drying Room       Dining Room
RATES,      $100      A      DAY
of   Sp'-kane,
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Polybaeite Fractional and  Ag   Frac-
uiliiut'*   j*��   the
the dry seasons.    The   plant   is , be djverted frcm th��� 8tmim at a ^
said to have cost around $300,000. j about half a mile from its mouth at the
I intake of flume near Dm n.e.   corner of J
The   last   important addition  to | lot 405, to be used on lot 405 for mining j
.,     .,,      ., i purpose on the crown  granted  mineral,
equipment was the 11-mile tram- (.!aiTn8i    Lucky   seven.   Little    Joe, j
urav    pr-mnlotprl    hv    thu   T?ihlpt   Eclipse, LittleJoe   Fraction.   Herbert,;
way    Completed    ny    tne   U!DletlG Mayflower, Mosquito, Moequito'   .      .      .
in   Fraction, and   Richard  2.    Thi.  notice, t,onal  mmertu   cUumn
^^^^^ ! was posted on the ground on  the 2."lrd ; Portland ( anal mining divis'on of Gas
December,    and  which    has   the  day of February, 1922.    A copy of this   siar district. Where located:  On south- ' a~1 '
rli-slinction of urine?  the   loneest > Ttice.   aml ."!_ ^.Iw"'^10". puIa??n.t, [ -��������* ��*-P* ot Mount Dilworth. Iai"" .'
msuncuon ot   using   tne   longest, thereto and to the "Water   Acti 1914,"      ,r  . .,   .J ,.     ..  ,.    , .,,    ,      -"-���
 ! will be   filed in the office of   the   Water i      ' ake notlCe that ****- ti' ******* ��>f
.   Recorder at Prince Rupert.   Objections I Stewart, B.C., acting  as agent for Sil-
to the application may be filed with said , ver Crest Mines, Limited, N.P. L., Free
Water Recorder or with the Comptroller | Miner's Certificate No. 50t>14C, intend,
of Water Rights, Par ament Buildings
ML" ERAL ACT.
Certificate of Impi
NOTICE,
Gray   Copper,   Gru*   I
mineral claims.
Canal     mining
situate ."
divi.ioi       I   '
Comer Auto Transfer
and Jitney Service ....
Garage Comer Sixth and Conway
Stand at Stewart Hotel
BETWEEN STEWART
AND HYDER
DAY   AND   NIGHT
H. COMER, Manager
Tel. 2 long   1 short
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
Opjn 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (including Sunday.) Messages
delivered in Stewart, B. C.
Where located:   On tin
Uppsr Bear river ai d id
rest Glacier. Bear rivei
Take notice thai   1, **
Free Miners' Certificate No   '
lings, i sixty days from the date hereof, to ap- j J*(f,wart   )<   ('    foi n,\
Victoria, B.C., within'thirty days after i ply to the Mining Recorder  for a Cer- | H8 aKetlt' r0't Georgii ir   I
the first appearance of this notice in  a i tificate
local newspaper.   The date of the first
publication   of   this   notice   is   March
3, 1922.
F.  F. WINSLOW, Applica2t.
By H. C. Bennett. Agent.
of Improvements, for  Ihe  pur-
NAAS
RIVER   LANDS
[Limited]
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of linnrovements.
NOTICE.
Maybee     mineral      claim,     situate
in  the Portland Canal   mining division
Iof  Cassiar   district.     Where   located:
! West bank American creek
jMise of obtaining a (_ rown Grant of the     uoc ^ ^_ ^a
above claims.    And further tsae notice 1��yK^ j5'0."  53720C,        '   A;n'"ii  '
lagen   ~**********m bbh
, Free Miners'   Certil
Josepe A. Sajrwarri, I
IT IS''
���
that action, under section 85. must be
commenced before the issuance of such
Certificate of Improvements
Dated   this   10th    day   of    August.
A. I>. 1921. a
MINERAL   ACT.
Certificate  of  Improvement.
nawn.   Free   Miner*'   U-
6877,0,   Intend,  _Ixt>
date bsnof,  to appl
Reorder   for a Certil
ments,    for   the   purp
t Crown Grantof thi
And further taki   notic  i
under section 86, must
before the wuan ��� ul   '
Of ImpioveliK nt-.
this   twenty** -hi
IiHled
 ^^H	
NOTICE
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      Lakeshore mineral claim, situate   -n .______________________
Take notice that I, P. S. .lack, acting j the Portland Canal  mining division  of   Septenibei, A.D. 1921
as agent tor   John   Wardlaw   Stewart, | Cussiar   district.    Where  located.    At
of the town   of   Stewart,   B.C.,   Free j head of  EhsI  fork   of  Cascade ('reek,
Notice is hereby given that the above I Miner's      Certificate     No.       5884SC; j Salmon liver valley,
named Company intends at the  expira-; intend,       sixty      days      from       the;    Take notice that Dalby B. Morkill, <>t
tion of one month from the first publi-  date   hereof, to   apply to   the   Mining j Stewnrt, B  ('���.   acting   as   agent   for
cation of this  notice,   to  apply to  the : Recorder for a Certificate of Improve
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies for ��� ments, for the purpose of obtaining a
his approval to the change of its  name  Crown Grant of the above claims.
to''Dunwell Mines,   Limited,"   [Non-      And further take notice that action, _	
Personal Liability]. under section 88, mult  be  commenced 1 Improvements, for the purpose  of  0O>
Dated at Victoria, B. C, the 4th day : before the issuance of  such Certificate j taining  a   Crown   Grant   of tin* above
of Pebruary, 1922. of Improvements. claim.    And   further   bike  notice thai
ROBERT M. STEWART, Dated   this   1st   day of  September, | action, under section 86,  must be  com-
32-4t        Secretary for the Company.      A.D. 1921.
I"
Andrew Lindeborg Free Miner's Or in
sate No.   4I1924C,   intend,   sixtv   days
fnm the date hereof,   to  apply   to the
Mining   Recorder   for   a  Certificate of
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
NOTARY   PUBLIC
STEWART,     ���   -    -     B. C.
Wm.   FRASER
BuildingContractor
Estimates furnished --   Work Guaranteed
STEWART. B.C.
YOU   ARE   GAMBLING
IN   THE   FUTURE
IT'S    NOT   BUSINESS
"Northern Light No. I,
Light No. _.- ���������s""1    '
"Northern Light  No   l
    iLight.W.V
menced   before   tiie   issuance   of such j "Northern Light    *      '<
Certilicate of Improvements. I Light No. H,        ���!""''���
Dated    this    liith     ' *    I ..- ���'N��rth-rn Light No.
MINERAL A< '
Certilicnie oi lm|	
NO'IK I
A.D. 1K21.
day of Augu��t,jt.on,;;N;;;;<':-'li:^;;,:      .  ..-u.
12
MINERAL ACT.
Ci ililicateof liii|iioveiiients
NOTICK ^^^
Taxttd*     t raclioiial   Mineral    claim,
situate in   the   Portland Canal  mining
A calamity may happen to you tomorrow.    You may die,   be  burnt out, or  division of Ca��8iat district,
become an invalid for life.    Have you mada anv provision against this'.'    If not, j     Wbere located:
do it now.    You cannot atl'ord to wait another minute.    Let one of the following   Creek, Saliiun
large companies carry the risk: Taj��e notice t^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__^
n.ifMH-1 1,-iiM,' iKiiiuuAMnn ivi   "frlfcwnrt, B C, aetina'aj ***n\  toi   ��l'i""��-
QUKKN HUE lNMJRANLr- LO | tt���. ��� ,.  Silver Mines, Limited. N P. I.,   tilicate   N">
NATIONAL  FIPE  1NSIJKA..CE CO. .*-^_i���-i^        -"-a^-- _-^_���
���-Woodbine.      ,""""::"���,,, r,i,-i��im
������Kitchenei,"   "Lo.-;,
���iiua(c,lin lh<   Portland
[on ol I  '   '���"
Where located     0
creek, Salmon uivei
TAKE NOTH L "!i''   '
of   Stewa.t,    B   V.
iSlat district. I -*1  ������W1B",U ",'  '  i
,1     E,��t   fork Cascaile   fpl Cli*rUt* I ;.';".'��� ��� ;
ftivar Valley, ui.u.eNo. m*       ���
hat 1. Daly   H. Morkill,    Free Miners     t ertl
GUARDIAN FIRE INSURANCE CO.
NORTHERN    FIRE    INSURANCE    CO
CONFEDERATION     LIKE    INSURANCE    UO
PACIFIC   MARINE   INSURANCE CO.
GLOBE   INDEMNITY   CO..    FOR   SICK   tilt   ACCIDENT
II,  MM    I   .'���      ���
|o-, .1 I'
BUSSITe.   in-   Free   Mil era'   ^r% "���
,)���,,    John llovtand,    i
No. 4887IK',    intends,
H. W. M. ROLSTON, Agent
Notary Public STKWAKT
free miiien,' certificate No.
tend      ui.ty      ,!,.���_      from      t|l��
hmeof,     to    apply     U>    the   Mining
Id -em'der    for    a
provantanU, tot
taining a Crown
-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-l_  notii
And further lake .,��(h'c lllHl  Mtlon,      AM ftirthw I***
under section h... must  be iK*n��m��ncad I under a*t-��*���'*-��� ���<  '  ;,
before the hwuance of such certificate | b��fOH ��'"- 'nM'��'"
ol impiovemc. \ot Improveii.e.,!*.
Dated this ImI.  day of   July, A. D ��'��   'ln'
'c^uiuS 3 im ********    ";
������I   ob    K Ier for a (e
Grant  of ihe   abov, "'    '"'    ,'
I Crown Grant of th*- u'"'

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