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Portland Canal News
Devoted to the Interests of the Mining Districts of Northwestern British Columbia
SEND    TfflS    COPY    TO
YOUR      FRIEND      WHO*
STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,     MAY    19,   1922
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Copy
that all work possible be done
by contract. The hall committee was authorized to take the
necessary steps for having proper bonds and all other legal
documents properly drawn up.
The construction of the hall
will be financed by a bond issue,
such bonds to be a first mortgage
against the property, to bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent,
and issued in denominations of
$25. redeemable at any time
within five years.
The proceeds of the dance to
be held on May 24 will go toward
paying for the lots already
Meeting then adjourned.
Sudden  Death
The death of Dane Zaklan occurred at 6 a.m., Monday last,
in a cabin near the corner of
Fifth and Victoria streets. Deceased, who was 23 years of age,
Dance���Empire Day.
Fred Young returned, Sunday,
from a business trip to Prince
Mrs. Dale of Hyder, returned
to that town, Sunday, on the
Prince Rupert.
The Prince Rupert arrived in
port, Sunday, for the first time
this year, bringing 81 passengers
and a large consignment of local
Mrs. Grosebusch, who operates the hand laundry at Hyder,
was a guest of Mrs. Hoguewood
at the King Edward Apartments,
the week snd.
Gerry Stewart, formerly employed at the Premier mine, returned on the Prince Rupert,
Sunday, after spending the
winter outside.
The  contract   for 4000 yards
Joint Meeting Decides on
Details of Hall, System
of Finance, and Other
Matters-Start  at Onoe
A meeting of the executive of
the Stewart Citizens' association
was held last evening at the
home of J. P. Scarlett. After
the routine business- was dealt
with, several items of new business came up for discussion, including Lhe forwarding of a map
of the town to the British Columbia Board of Fire Underwriters, and information for the
British Columbia Products
tvareau; both of which were
handed over to J. W. Stewart for
Considerable  discussion   then was  a  native  of  Serbia,   was1
centered around matters pertain-j buried under the auspices of the | of  ^    -Qr  ^   ^     *---   that
ing to the dock.     It was finally | Serbian society, from St. Mark's jg fco be ^ fa connection with
decided to compile all available| church, at 2 p.m., Thursday. W. fche   new    Bear   rjver   wagon
data on this question for the con-|H. Watson conducting the ser-Lridge   was   let   this weeK  t0!
sideration of next meeting.    It vices.   M. Lukich. secretary of j E*vstrom & Co
Boston dinner (just like mother
was further decided to try and, the   Anyox   branch of  the Ser-j
get a reduction of motor licenses j bian   society,   arrived    on   the
for this district,   owing  to  thei Azurite,   Wednesday,   to    take
Mr. and Mrs. H. Scovil, who
were married in Victoria on
April 27, returned to Stewart,
Sunday last.
Mr. and Mrs. McCabe arrived
from Vancouver, Sunday, and
will take up their permanent
residence in Stewart.
On the night of Wednesday,
May 24. a Citizens' association dance will be held in the
school house. Good music.
Ladies are requested to bring
Dan J. Macdonald, who has
been employed as a sampler at
the Premier mine all winter, arrived iu town, Tuesday evening
On last Sunday's boat, R. W.
Keith of Hyder, received an up-
to-the-second Hedley-Dort car.
Since its arrival Bob is making
new friends every day.
The Exchange grill does not
intend going short of green
vegetables this summer, judging
from the large garden that they
have planted in the rear of the
Mrs. Martin took charge of the
Stewart hospital, today.
W. R. Macfarlane leaves on
Sunday next for Victoria.
Mrs. R. W. Keith of Hyder returned on Sunday from spending
the winter in Vancouver.
Mining Notes
The Fish Creek Mining Co. has
received a patent to the Starboard, Olympia, and Nevada
claims. This is the first patent
for claims on American side in
Hyder precinct. This company
is controlled by W. R. Tonkin,
but majority of stock is by option under control of D. C. Jack-
lin and his associates.
Work on Many Trails���One
to Meziadin Brushed Out.
Rebuild Marmot Bridge.
Bepairs  on  Bear River
Work on the Independence
group on Goose creek was closed
down this week owing to the fact
that the snow has not yet gone
from the road, making it impossible to get in supplies. The
work done this spring has shown
conclusively that this property
has the earmarks of a large mine,
enormous bodies of very good
grade ore having been uncovered.
used to make)   will   be  one  of
the features of the bill of fare at
long winters   making   it  impos- charge of the body.  Death came:       r.^ ��^^ ^   ^^
very suddenly,   as the deceased
was    in    perfect    health   late
Chef Hoguewood knows how to
sible to use cars
Messrs. Whittaker and* Scovil';w-��    "'    tt**---*    **-* "Tlcodk  it    and   Mrs. 11.������������ i c
having consented to act on the Saturday night, and his tad%nows how toserve it
hall committee, the next business ; had no knowledge of there being;
taken up  was that concerning I***'trouble until they wokehimi
the construction of  the hall, the early Sunday morning to go down
to the boat In reply to their
questions he said he was not
feeling well,  and  within a few
"Mr. and Mrs. Shough, who
have spent the winter developing
their B. C. group, near the mouth,
of Georgia river, returned early
entire committee being present
for the purpose. Mr. Scarlett,
chairman, called on Mr. Workman to give the ex��eativean|��ninute8turnedaHttleand
outline of the conclusions of the before, any assistance could be
committee, and for a lime a gen-.obtained. The friends of the
eral    dis'M.s��mn    0n��-,,,..i*    \i.    deceased appreciated very Kauch
discussion ensued; Mr.
Whittaker, secretary of the committee, il >aling with matters pertaining to finance.
''"' outcome of chis joint meet-1
��� ~ was thai it was decided t<>
build a hall, 32x70. with an eight'
'���jotbasement, which will contain cloak rooms, supper room.
1 'msce and general store room.
The man: hall will have an arched
*-Hng, which it is considered
���ill I.,* better for sound in tin
Want of etncerU;  a stage cap-'
accommodating amateur (   ,)m.k
'������������.un.-ais, and a dance floor of I
'Wain iir.   This Hour will be     Captain Saunde.
nfatkMMKtf  2  feet  wider  *****  -***   ***9���
*M thai of the hall  in  Hyde.   ncownpaniefl' by
the Howers sent by  Mrs.  Camp
bell of Hyder; also wreath sent Pr,nce
by Mrs. Hill, of Hyder.
Premier Ore Shipments
During the week the Pre-
mier shipped about 1600 to B
of ore (high and low grade)
and concent rates, to Inyox
and Tacoma. Thus bringing
the total shipment-* from the
first of the year up to
approximately 26.900  toi s.
On the Prince Rupert last Sunday, a new light motor truck arrived arrived for the Crawford
Transfer company, and was immediately put into commission
on their Stewart-Hyder stage
service, and it is giving every
Mrs. Marvin and son, Peter,
were among the arrivals on the
Rupert, Sunday. She
came to join her husband, who is
one of the old timers of the district to return in recent months,
for the purpose of taking up their
permanent residence here.
L S. Whittaker, manager of
the Leal branch of the Bank of
Montreal, returned from his annual  vacation, Sunday.    Whit*
outside   he    went  as   far '-i  ��� RI
Saskatchewan    noted for health,
J. Wilson, accountant of the
local branch ofthe Bank of Montreal, left on the Prince Rupert.
Sunday, for Vancouver and New I jn the week.    The work done has
, j Westminster, where he will spend itjiven very satisfactory results,
rood I fe J J
his holidays. ! proving the leads opened up by
Angus McLeod has been very I tunnels, to carry very good
busy since the snow disappeared j values, in gold, silver and copper,
clearing the lot, on Eleventh As soon as the snow is off the
street, which he purchased last| ground it is their intention to re-
fall.    He has not only cleared it,  turn to the property   and   carry
but also put in a garden.
The exceptionally late season
is proving a great detriment to
the mining development this
spring. It is reported that there
is still from one to one and a
hal f feet of snow on the road to
Bitter creek.
out considerable surface work.
The water has been turned on
at the new power plant installed
during the winter at the Premier
mine,     developing    330    horse
'power.    An  interesting feature
Aside from the construction of
the Bear river bridge this summer, the provincial public works
department propose to  do  considerable   work   on   numerouse
trails in the district.   The bridge
on the Marmot will be rebuilt as
soon as possible.   In addition to
this general repair work will be
undertaken on the trails of both
forks.   That on the north fork
will be extended to the glacier,
thus enabling operators of the
Idaho to ship their high grade.
No new work will be undertaken
on the Bear river this year, the
department    contenting    itself
with general repairs.   This program will also be applied to both
Bitter and Glacier creeks; though
considerable work  will be done
on Bitter creek, the trail there
being in exceptionally bad condition.    One piece of work that
will bring general satisfaction,
is that the trail from the end of
Bear river wagon road to Meziadin lake  will   be   brushed   out
and put in such shape as to open
up communciation  with the  interior.    This piece of news will
be   very   gratifying to the Citizens' association,   as that body
has been working,on this matter
for the past year or more.    Some
work   will   also  be done on the
Salmon   river,   but  as   nothing
definite has as yet  been decided
as to its exact nature, no information is at present available.    It
is reported that the department
of this plant is the  fact that the
i whole of it is controlled by elec. j of mines are contemplating doing
George   Fraser   brought back tncal buttons from No. 4 camp. ; considerable  trail   work   in the
with   him   a very complete and ��� district   this   season    as    well.
new stock of drugs, giving his H. A. Guess ot the Premier
store a bright and uptodate ap- i Gold Mining Co.. is expected to
pearance. It will be worth your arrive on the Rupert, Sunday.
while to take the first opportunity of impacting than.
though at this  juncture   no   details are obtainable.
Stewart Pharmacy,   returned  on
,  . ii    tneia
big crops and gophers and the Prince Rupert, Sunday last,
found everything looking the accompanied by Mrs. Fraser,
beat, thank you. n ho intends to make Stewarl her
W. C. Sim,  who is an -lee- ii<',i"ail,"t    reaideaee.     Whits
' ���  |IV  [rade,  >fl bu       iii ***���!sMrs- in***** ***** "P***
f* heigh*   of the ceiling was  bert and Mi
public works tie-
in Stewart durini '
conditions of the
Jot decided upon as the idea was
������traduced of having it suf-
,1;'"'",i'' high to permit ui the
Wing o| indoor sports. It was
���M-fad only to mt up what
*>-** ���-������Khl be termed the shall  ******* *M "'
������"������nt, completing the hall contain plat*!
"Ul""<a,te  ���,  tfeb  way  the W��ll !!:  " '
1  was j-aHmiM.���** ** ,h" in,iri*m<
>*-'���   IIMUU.   -.-ela-.i.�� ,..   m   huu.e.   which    i
ll,.,.,,,  ,,,,. Dominion week reorganizing the tali p
|epartment,  wi ���   lysteraofths town, and bet*   en
ence  of this camp she la  no
itranger to tha mining camps ol
ng thnprovinee, having baaa with
fitted by Garry -Hewart   Mr. bat h..sound in  Boaatand  lad
Sim informed ths Newsthatif Grand Forks white  those  row
Missionary Visits
General Manager Dale L. Pitt.    The ***** Kather L-  H-   Rivet,
of tbe Premier, rode down over ()  M- -������ arrived on  the  Prince
Fraser of   the th(, tl,im|ine last Sunday,  snd Rupart last Sunday and will re-
returned   by   the  same  route, main ��������� ***** '-'-trict until about
Monday,   Hr. Pitt is the flrst thaflratweeh  in June,  during
.nan to have ridden the entire which period he will hold regular
length Of the line, and did so on .services in the Roman Cathelic
1 timber hook.    The reason   for Uhttfsh.   Seventh  street.    These
his trip was to enable him toM********���* ***** n& Ufatesg
mu.eiii.iru.ii_l.ly inspect the Un*   ������*     l0:80     ^****-V>     mornings.
Metal   Market
pro..-.-  Rupert,   '���' "
*��� -*"**��� oi ,���. ,al, u,el wfflcient sub* i ben hlstoi ic mining canters were m
it te hte intantion to instal a tela their infaney,   Dm Nawthopas
I] that Mr   -.mi  Mrb.   Fraser   will
i  in, i>.ing 1. ��� luck to the mining ln��
, p| tral. ind l" **{
ifi\��t an upto latrf
m. auiiim- be ii conflning
urti to repairii
ll    dustry of th*. Portland canal that
ng the) took to tht mining industry
Father   Rivet    is    well    known
'throughout   the   whole    north
sountry.   Though a native of the
Following are the  latest  N*��^rf q^^ fc ^ .1(,|lt
Voik quoUtteai [g yeasaia the west,allot which
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Lead, firmer;apot, 5.26 to 6.60, present ia enargi of the Human
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o.in to  1.16 iatertorandeoast    In addition
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George* Clothier, District
Engineer, Speaks of Silverado Mine, Operating
on the Bear River
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
The substantial progress of the Mining Industry in this Provinoe
is strikingly exhibited in the following figures, which show the value
of production for successive five-year periods: For all years to 1895,
inclusive, $94,547,241; for five years, 1896-1900, $57,607,967;~for
five years, 1991-1905, $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     i_...-    .    *  .   .-
t  j -u        iu* _      i    . oo j Silverado group of five claims-
Lode mining has only been in progress ior about 33 years, and " ��������-��
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospected; 300,000 bllverado No- L Silverado No. 2,
square miles of unexplored mineral-bearing land are open for pros-    ' *"1""    "      " ���*-��-*%��� Rlnff
peeling. ��� _-1 ���
The mining laws of this Province are more liberal and the fees
lower than those of any oth*r 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.
The following report from the
minister of mines is continued
from last week:
The Silverado Mining Company, Limited, was incorporated
in October, 1921, with a capitalization of $200,000, divided into
2000 shares; the head office of
the company is in the Vancouver
block, Vancouver. The company's   holdings  consist of   the
Silverado No. 3, Rainier Bluff
Fraction, and Silver Bell No. 4.
They are situated on the east
side of the Bear river, just south
ef the glacier opposite the town
was constructed and the upper
terminal connected with the
tunnel by a single cable tram
about 1000 feet in length. Ore|
can therefore be lowered to the
Lower camp, from which point it!
will be rawhided to the beach.
It was realized that a complete!
tram from the mine|to tide water
could not be built in the limited
time before winter; consequently
the upper portion only, covering
ground that will be impossible
for winter transportation with
horses, was built this season. It
will very probably be completed
to the beach next season.
There are two large, almost
vertical, veins above the small
flat one now being worked which
can be attacked for development
around the north side of the hill
on a level with the present tunnel. These veins are from 3 to
6 feet wide, and consist of quartz
well mineralized with grey copper and pyrite. On account of
a light snowfall I was unable to
see them, but from a description
1 judge that they will very pro
of  Stewart,   at an elevation of    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
about 4000 feet.   The group was I bably develop a sufficient tonnage
of good grade milling ore to
justify the erection of a milling
plant. The property has, with
grade vein paying its way, a
very favorable chance of becom-
HYDER,   B. C.
Warm, Comfortable Rooms. $1.00 Per Day
Choice Line 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
staked and owned by John
Haahti and J. W. Stewart of
The property was acquired by
J. J. Coughlan of Vancouver, in ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
August, and work started in the ing an important producer
latter part of that month. Previous to this it had been under
lease to Haahti & Peterson, who
had driven a tunnel 30 feet long
and done some little stoping,
extracting about 15 tons of ore.
This was sorted to two grades,
Hotel Stewart
W.   DANN,   Proprietor
Steom Heated Rooms      Comfortably Furnished
Drying Room      Dining Room
RATES,      $100      A      DAY
The Serbians of Stewart, Hvder and
Anyox, also their Society, wish to thank
W. H. Watson, who officiated at the
funeral of the late Dane Zaklan. whn
was buried at 2 p.jn. on the 18th. They
also wish to thank those people of the
! ?---��� .-- ; district who paid their respects to the
the first class being a clean grey- j deceased by attending the funeral -.er-
copper assaying over 600 oz. to j vk-es- and 'by 8e-*di"g flowers, etc.
the ion in silver, and the second
���cn having  n  claim against
the eitate of Charles Palmer of  Siew-
*���- ...
__wjr  pci
grade assaying between 250 and
300 oz. to the ton in silver.   The |
vein as exposed by this work, as j artf B c   who died on Decerober 9th
well as the   cropping   along   the i 1921, should present same immediately,
bluff, is from 6 to 18 inches wide ��&_?*! to.the Dunfiersigne'J'   at 9��6
, Credit   renew   Building,    Vancouver,
and   lies   horizontally    in     grey  B. O, who are authorized to pay such
andesite    country    rock.     The; iU9t <*-*'**-*.
'   '.. . ,,! BEATON & HEMSWORTH
gangue is quartz um formaly well | AdminiRtrator for the e8tate of charirs
Canadian National Railuiaus
mineralized with grey copper
and pyrite, the former predominating and averaging better than
125 oz. to the ton in silver. The
purs grey copper assays about
1000 oz. to the ton in silver.
This small vein is exposed for a
length of 200 fuet or more along I
Steamers sailing between Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver, Powell
River, Ocean Falls, Swanson Bay, Prince Rupert, Anyox, Stewart
and Queen Charlotte Islands.
I rain Service:
Passenger   MONDAY,   WEDNESDAY  and SATIJMDAY  at U. 15 a.m.
Sinitlieib, Prinoa Goorgt, Edmonton and Winnipeg, making dUrcci
conniptions for all points East and South.
(All trains and boats operate on Standard Time)
For Atlantic Steamship sailings orfurther information, apply to
any Grand Trunk Pacific Agent, or to G. A. McNicholl, Assistant
General Freight and Passenger Agent, Prince Rupert. B. C.
the base of the bluff at 4200 feet j
elevation, and, judging from the | ,^^^^^^^^Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
quantity and quality of ore ex- \ TIMBER   LICENCES
tracted,   there  is probably over j 	
$35,000 worth of ore exposed. The attent,on  of   Timber Licence
A Small shipment of ore was holders who are takinR advantage of
made in 1921; 5 tons of low grade j the provisions of the 1921 Amendment
g. ve an assay of 299.36 OZ. of | to the FOREST ACT, whereb- arrears
silver   to  the  ton   and 3.63 per jof ,i(,enc* f*e8 accrued prior to M,t
_ , .   ,    December, 1920, have been  funded and
eent of copper; two tons of high, ...      *   ,     .,
I made payable in annual instalments, is
grade or hand sorted grey cop- j 8peciallj. direcUM, to Uhj Suci lhat any
per assayed  696.6   OZ.    of  silver | renewal fee which became due  in   1U21
to  the  t.n  ond  7.76  per cent
is not included in the in.talni.iitB above
mentioned, and such 1921 and ail subse-
Since the present owners took ,"uent renewal fee" mU8t be "aid within
one year after the date of expiry of
the licence in order to maintain the
right of the holder to obtain a renewal
of the licence. ap7-m_
News, $5 Year
over the property a great deal of
outside work has been dune under
; most unfavorable weather conditions. A trail about 5 miles in
length was built from the east
bank of Bear river to the upper
camp at 3850 foot elevation.
Camps were established at 1700
and 3850 feet elevations as terminals of a tramway, the upper
terminal camp tube utilized later
for the mine camp. A two-bucket
tramway nearly u mile in l��ngi). L
Op.n 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (including Sunday.)   Messages,
delivered in Stewart, K, c.
Wants all your MUSKRAT and MINK-QI//CK-
and will pay you these extremely high prices.
lU'lExnUrd    Ha. I br..
ho. 1
fk. i Si "
5.50 to 4.5013.75 to 2.7S2.48 to 2.00J 1.! 0'  I 3 1.50 to .8'
'4.00te3.00|2.S0tol.8>.!1.50tr."-.".^    ��� i 00to .51
Fins, Dark
Usual Color)
[ to !_._������ I..W t.1 li-09 &> 5.001
15.00 lo 12.6011.00 to Wi 7.M 0 5.SA 3.1)   i        ��� ���; lo 2.S0
10.00 to 8.0<j 7.01 to 5.5,1 Sfl) to { , 3.75 la 3.00,3.75 to 1.75
The above prices are based on the well-known "SHI 'BERT'
liberal grading and are quoted for immediate shipment. No.3,
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 "fcli* ftlnibrrt Stii^-." to get them.
Don't wait-5///P TOD A Y.
A shipment to "SHUBERT" will
result in "more money"���"quicker"
^^jLt:_. _��_j_*,__-_a_;  '
Vancouver i-tvcWSSSM fli-.nW
The   Biggest   Mineral     Belt   on   the
Naas Hiver District   Lands, Minerals.
Cassiar District-   Gold, Silver, Lead.
Ground    Hog   Mountain     Anthracil
Peace River District   Wheat,  ������ n
and Oil.
The Famous PREMIER MINK, vw
ing Milliona in   Divld. nds,   has   I ��'
Operating AerialTram in America.
AND   GET    IN   TOjJjJ!


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