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 NEWS  WILL KEEP
POSTED   ON    THE
Kl.ol'MKNT  OF  THE
BS���** THR  YEAR
Portland Canal News
Devoted to  the  Interest* *f the  Mining District* of   Northtwestern  British Columb
��BN��> *m* COPT TO
70U�� PRIRND WHO
WAX*t INFORMATION
Afl*UT   THIS   DISTRICT
ta
IL. 7. NO. 4
STEWART,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   FRIDAY.    JUNE 19,  1925
$5  THE   YEAR���10c. the Copy
EPOCHAL STRIKE  ED. 6. BROWN
ON DUNWELL    BONDS ALBANY
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STrSffi-llErni^lwri���W SILVER IS   OPENiNG UP A
Wm. Forrest, of the Rufus and     Arthur Bayntoa of Hyrior   left
r-       j rt   a    tt      !    i    ,.-i-<r   .-.ir. ���   ,,    ! Argenta. is back from Vancouver Monday night for hia old   ho
Rict Ore Found On Surface |   In 19W  hid   Brown and  B��ti.._Tj Zz   >
island.
1000 Feet From the Main,Thompson pulled aimfciHllni    WJ ( Evang   ^^
nt    ���    *'"rt Simpson   lo   the   head   of1
Workinirs-Lxperta Hock;
in England.        ^^^^^^^^^
Ceorge   Tolin   has   graduated
iown from the Lakeview yester- imm St. Martin's College ami is
Reports have come down Bear
river that the Ruby Silver is developing to the   satisfaction   of
To Kxamirte
Portland Canal. _M    . , ."_.     '.'__   ,     ".   " ".""     " v    ,,,, jthe management,    A vein 12 ft j
day m one hour and ;>() minutes, here for tee summer.    Next tall .      . ,      .
In 1925 Kdward G.   Brown   of!    *      ���        , _ ���     ...       . ... ..    , w | in width has been opened up in a I
Miss Myra-. ean  Oalbruith   oi  he will enter the U. ot W. ^^Hi^i^a^a^allMllM^aM
 -__        ^A M .U -    ����_A.l * *,aaSaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaaaaai
FINE ORE LENZE
Winze on Porter Idaho Da-
tines Fine Body of High-
Grade Ore���Shipments to
Start Monday
Vancouver, engineer for the Hat
^m mm  ""  ""v Victoria is visiting her aunt and,    Oren  b".    Hill,   postmaster   ofj
\ -tnke on   the   surface, Creek  Coal  Co.,   returns to the     ^^^H     , w   ^^^^^LI^LI^LI^LIS   alH    ^^*^^^^^^
*i the  Dunwell   ground   which j head of Portland t'unsl and bonds i
** m* set the town in a  tint- a property   which   h*t   ran   ever,
a lien ba and Jack Pederson werei
uncle, Mr and Mrs  G. W. Smith Hyder and proprietor of the Hy-
for the summer.
der Drug Co., left Monday light
ter, was ihe mecca yesterday tor
I number ol  visitors,   including
Dan Raphael of Vancouver has an a business trip south.
made a cash   purwhase   of   the     R. F. Hill, managing engineer
the   "kid   prospectors"   of   thei
in eiiKmeer   from  Ihe   Premier,  camp.
Manager Hill of   the   L'lkv-vurw. j    A few y< ars makes .i dtittMMt
Manager Caul  of   the   Victoria, | between a kid pre*****   ai;d a
Win  Kwrest ei the Rufus and a succcsmuI operator. contractors, arrived Thursday to      A building 10x24 feet   in   size)
p.. i 'tland Canal   News  rtpcsMa '    Ransim has knacW iks alhunv1
formation similar in detail te thej 	
Dunwell and great expectations! A strike only equalled in nain-
are held concerning this vein ling operatiens in the camp oy
when greater depth has been j Premier has occurred on Porter
obtained. Lfc-ifting on this vein j Idaho in a winze being sunk from
is proceeding at the rate of two[ the lower tunnel on   a   lense   of
, Peter Annance lot on   Fifth   St.  fer the Lakeview, and A.J.Caul, j'J3 ' .    ,       _,*.{������.  ]aat   ������.   v_ihuh   .
...     teet per dav and this will be   in- ore which  last   year   yielded   a
near   Victoria.      The   deal   was managing engmser tor the   Vic-! _��t_.j._ ..* ���-rtaa c-.uita-_.r,,-��� Mr t-joc na-.
1 creased after the   installation ot I gross smelter return ol $JUo per
put across by W. R.Tooth. toria,   returned   Monday    night
0. Carlson, of Seims & Carlton from the mitaide.
Brown has bonded the Albany1
tanu'.
resume construction on the   Sal- is being constiucted   ��n   W.   R. j
rails ami mine car winch arrived; ton.    This winze is now down 60
on Sunday's boat. i feet and gives an average width
The camp of the   Ruby   Silver jof 12 inches ot  this   high-grade
group of three claims from Jack ",. " ...   _ _��,  . . ~ t v-*u       i!is a tirst-ciassone.  composed of lore on the wall of a vein carry-
mon valley   wagon   roadi,    which Tooth s lot. corner ot   Mttn   and ^Hit^H L^H L^Hla^H
\ll    being     well   acquainted\ Watkins and associates, and **\
a .is left unfinished last year
Victoria,   as   a  local   otHce   ferj
buildings to accommodate  tirst-1 ing a good grsde milling ore.    lt
with the ground agreed that this j velopment   work    has    already,    ...      .. .   . "    '        ...   ' .,,"���.    *^"*��I \ lab s< miners with comfort, which', is the   stated   intention   of   the
Wm. Dann and Jas.   Douville Wiatlcv  ��ft   braser,   Vancouver.
:-.L..     ...m.W      ~u._..a *W ��� X     .       .      i   ...:.!.   li-.....: _.._ st    I 1, _ *J^a^aWa.afa*a*a*a*a^B^B^BYB*'B^B^BaBVa*a*a*'BHBV'BV .��~ _ ~ .��.���_ _t ^���   A~!**   U.iL.      	
ij the  north   extension   of   the
north ami south vein ot the Due
started with Watkins in  charg��\
1 he property is located * the
well,   m   which   a   phenomenal'south fort of C.lacier  creek  and
���limit of ore was opened up   dur��| has long been conaideicd as   tne
ink! thc past two years,    lhe lind'of the moot promising properties.-      , , ,- u ,- .k~   ol    \     i    ml* MTUI   nfliilli ll\f
is established,   -*ipi>1ios   on   the ihepheid.   M.K.,   tormerly    b-i|LU|   llllfil'ANY
i, on the Sunbeam   claim,   l500|o(   that  section.     Its   nearest Ln, ...j . .:. .^���.J #-- i.j:��� ��j; i .a   ..* ��� lilt If   UUJTlJ .HR I
have built U miles of trail from who have recently become heav-
the Bear river road up to the ily interested iu mining proper-
May group, and an SO*foot bridge lies bore. It will also house an
MMM Barney's   Culch.     Camp assay otlice conducted by   W. 0,
feet north of  the  Dunwell   tun-[operating neighbor it the  I. & Lj,
latter the management considers 1 management te drift both   ways
essential to produce etliciency inl from the bottom  of   the   winas
fethor, ! ------ stooe the high-grade for im-
  ; mediate shipment. A safe estimate et the weight of this ore is
seven cubic feet to the ton. More
than 50 tons are already sacked
and ou the dump awaiting the
; pack  train  foi   shipment.    The
ALASKAN SIDE
hill, and systematic   prospecting saver for Indian Mines Ltd.
aaBjajajaajajajajajajsjajiSjiSjiaajiSjiaaaaaj       aaaaaaBaaaaaaaaai ! ��f tile gl'V>UP W ill  StSl't St OtlC*\
m-laa-ul within ;>IK) leel   ot   the Clacioi -Creek. |    .     ,       ,, ,, ail     IA   A      1/      fill
,.,.    . i    Sunday afternoon the residence   All     I\J   II      U      [{ml
\,,o���a south binder.  I he hang- j    Work prey.-usly done on   the:^,^ lUwmov ,HUklht lh,(  bj  HLL   10   Ul   ^l   Ull
im wall of the vein is the little-Albany has  expend   three  ore .   Hmk inm -������   chlm|u,v   fftll.      liADUOT IICTH
*r"^��>^lh��'   "  -��   IH'rswtont|s| ta carrying lead,  silre.   -^ ,n, lnUl ^^ (1|1 llu, ,,,���        lht|     m Hi) WIU I   Bit 1 ftLO I the mining   fraternity   all   over
m the long dull ot  the   nuaib.-rituH-, wilh assays   rangiug  t***^ .^partniviit was called   m-t,| \**   No.Uiwest.    has    returned
tkrefltMk    Tht fool wall U not j$7uio over $100 per ton.     l''��"^-1 luU (),,u���.0 ,|u. |10s��� .vached the,    Angus  McLeod,   manager  of; from New York City,   where  h.
W.U.Tanner.   well known   toi01* wiU W����taM moving down
Jthe bill on Monday, June 22.
C.eod headway is being  made
with the o00-foot crosscut tunnel
Tins
^cidciiued.   0m shows stUvtlporUtlon  bv  trs.i ih provtdtd Ltwtt tht bltM haa bm txUa.tht  Mtrmot  Metals   property, I organ iitd tnd flnanosd tht Gtld l**-** '��� now ta m <****   m
llWtr, ruby silver and aiacitite, I ������d [| ,., poaaiblt tt get out MBtt ^^^   liv  ���   lllH.k,,(   trigtdt, ,' was in (own for I ft�� hours I lus ] Oil ll' Premier Mining   Company. ' ---**** -���** {t--*' Im --M**- ������'<' ����
wilha.Mnsgttlenua.nl/iue.    At* j ere shipments (his summer. ! ri���s lire should be a warning   to, week, and reports very sat.slac ' which has taken   over  the   Blufl|t,n��of  ,,n  -"NMMtiOB   ;""   **
**----------^^ **t^aa^B^al ,   . , llinun
niv fanqiles across six feet tsken ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
In snespert, ��ive valueH of >l':-;Tn QUID [011111
In iinld and *H2 In silver. |U   01111    lllUlfl
Thtlltrtht i-* coiiHideied b\
rnimeivative mining men lis he-
Iniof  the  utmost   importance,
nol only tn iht Duawtll ind Vis
hula hul Iii   the   whole   Clscioi
welt sm'llon.
Tlm Sunbeam claim wmn,inked
In July, lOOh, b]/ J. W. Siewsrl.
til residents to clean their   roofs,' .������������>��� progress being .mule
i
bit,
l*.    The | group ol seven claims, the Silver
[of,moss.    I. is highly   in.lainina   fcnil up tht hill  1ms   I ,   co,���.| Horde group of  ten  claims   and
o
veins at   depth,    t'no   oi   ihese
veins is the Mt.lt   U   that   UpOO
and   in   dry   weather   tho .pleted and the upper   eunip   *t*jtl*t
claims, en the west side of   Sal-
ilngrslion that would   wipe   out  ployed  in   the   tunnel,   nuiking jjnon river,   and   running1   south
good tune, and a crew of men  is
RdRflFR P|IIMSl|,nill,Mltip,krkm*y,UrU a"Hul,li,,l'lHK   I'wo ihtftt trt tm-
j tho town.
Lon  Doggett,   owner  of  (he
I wo Holder chimin,   mtuitt- ��t   nn |
iim Altiktn itdt of tht Inttrnt
lohu Haahti Weds
now tmpioytd on surface txplor*
| hi ion of  other   Hhowings.   The
UMotdt  gnu.,. o( MVtn|whlohthew,nMl1 l,v'i,,u 8UMK
from the boundary  line on   the
fUtikan side,
l'mier direction of Harry   Tan*
I   job.. Haahti, iuptrlftttndtnt|workiofipdontli mott Mtli.]Mraothltlt��owbtlnglniUlltd
tional boundary and west  of the|of the Silvermlo.   which   hi   lo-
Stoner group, will gtl out Iftlhlp   Otttd, nnd one of tho most   sue
ll WUthl   original   loottton   ,,|'|m.,ni of .ue, modenl in tonnage, jMllful prospeclors of the cninp,
who haa p.il a number of   piom-
thei'luhuM of lhe Stewarl Mining  l((|, |t||| t thlpmtnt, this IMI0R.
ind l>*vnlopiuenl Co.   lid,,   nil-      Qnggttl ll Ih ohllline Alashnn
opwirdi Intovponttd Into ^���IwhtdoM not uy much aboul hiw
Dunwtll Minea Ltd, iopintlom,   Hihu bun plug- IVinwuvirwUhibrldt, nit Mill
Several opsn outt >v��,��" ���*^-|loln| iwiy during odd tlmti Forjlda M. Uutsl*- I Plnilih utfl
flOttry, having given bellei   ie jaorosa the river, connecting willij
Oar and track have arrived   for
this tunnel.
Developments are   such   that
the mine will hi'able   to   attend
lo   future   liiisiiciug    from   ere
shipments, and treasury stock is
���'* t Ito inurket,
incut proptrtlti tn tht rnipi rt��
tumtd lu����l Monday  night   from
on the groiind and mum good ore
"M��uh..i|, hut (he  "lllg   Lldgli"
'" than pniisiiv Invtitlgittdi
Wtts conslileioil   low   gridti   ��������
tompind wiih thi ippinntly
mora tttnittvt in bodlu,i" thi
QlQrgl M Dunwell ehuiiiM
Ihiriiig the shut down of
iht Hunwell pniperl.v, pllld
Ing Ihn nulooine  of nmudl
itlOltl new going on lhe .om-
Puny  iletddsil  to  uu   llllld
wilh furthsr InvMllgslhMinl'
- lie*! liiiihruiM iiImIiii i��ii I lol. Iv
'I"' main  crMk   truveinlnu   Ihs
um mil bus ii,,,,,, tumid Into ��
n,,-v ehai.iiiii.    The  nrselt   ltd
wiiiim proiputidi snd litir -���"'
*"����'U will bi. mini ned lo III or
iitiii.il ������IihiiiihI und Hie liuwlv sn-
POIld pari uf tht iiieiinliiln lido
'"'"iiigiumi fur t dlitinii *���
--���ml .ooo fttt.
HnilUVVeil lllfmesl    WMI    UHSII
Hie pa il four yearn nn thll piop
arty md hu aoiueiiiing iii.e 200
feel of dlVllopmilll work   done.
who has been In this eotinli.v for
aboul m,v*��wi'. Thu haviitirtid
housekeeping In  the   iMWoUVI
Uliyi In upon mils nn lhe mir-iroalilsnti on flth llrill Piointly
ftOt mens good mi* Ihe aveiago
of iim notion b�� -* >��. Inoludlni
Um I'nuilei', ind hill how sluii
liig a   idmrl   liuinel   to   piovlde
itopilni ground fori ihlpmint
Tim long oroiioul tunnili hi
liyi, nun wall I'm1 awhile,
hunk Nigil li (Ivlnn fm
ItlokiU to toha Hydor plolura ihow
,���,������,,, mimbll uf thi   winning
bmbill i"��i�� ",l Hiimltyi.
In (he poiilbllltlll Qf  ������"> H,,,,
bum ilKlm whin Chrli Prink,
���|' Vlltorlli wliinmsrtndlhiil wwy
^;.^Vr.^"(Wlw������l I��� 'ull,
completed by Mr lluahll,
I ighl Yenisei' Service
Sunday morning, June '.Mh, u
1.pedal Mower Service itsd   'oin
day li. I,.>ul prill giving   will   he
held in Si. Mark's Chin,ili.   I'hls
sei'vlnn will murk UttHui'iiiimiiinii
of eight yuri* iirvloi of Mw,
II, I1, iill H us  Hiindny School
���upirlntindinti  Hiuiims wight
yiin IgQ with only thru oll|l��
ilinii ill ihe limiNii now QWnid
ami uoouplld by Wm M*flni.iin-
Inny, (thin Hi'u now 111!) Mrs,
Clliniui Inui 1I0110 ynuiiiiin  III view
fur iim ahlldrin ofltiwiri In ihe
sult.s than were anticipated.
Ctnotaph ���vltmorlil Strvlot
The annual inemoiial service
at tht cenotaph will bo hold at
Il;:i0 a, in, Sunday, .luno 2Ylh,
There will lirst bo   a   children's
the Premier road, in order   ihat |
supplies may be taken lol In. pro I RQADS AND TRAILS
perty.    It is tht intention  to dn
aomidtriblt   divtlopntnt thin
year, including a   large  amount
of diamond drilling,
The properly   la   repsrted   as
iiiinies in MllV1"''
Oirrlld Dill undue gi mil dllllculty,
iiower   service  ni Bt, Mirk'^^jng on tnt Prtmitr ora iona,
church, ut which ull are welcome,
ul'ler-which u purude will be or
ginllld ll the church QMipOltd
of Hm children und llov ScoiiIh,
who will niaich down Miightwell
SI. and be joined ut lhe corner
of Olli SI. by Ihe Hulled Services
Club, ull (hen proceeding down
III ighl well nnd along hi li lo (he
comiluph, where lhe Uev. A, VV.
It. Ashley, |hu Club Clmpluln,
will take charge nf the service,
Atidremits will be given by Ihe
Venorithl* Arch Duucnn Ith, > .
1uiui11l1al.il of Hm Dine nan uf
I'alniltuua, and Ihn Kev. || |*]a|
loll, nf Hyder,    Ala.il.a      Duillig
ihn nei vim uu opportunity will
be glvsil Ihoiiii who wish In place
wi mil lui ul, lhe fOQt nf Hm  tinilii-
lu.ili III nieiui.i v uf Nlnwurl ssl
diem wht fell III Ihe lain war.
and lhe geology appears to  verify this report,
K, H.Whillng .t Co.,  g  strung
flnmalil otnotrn of New Sfork-
huve iiiidnrwiilten a largo  block |
of lhe trtllUry stock and  placed
the eouipaiiv In a HOUn'pOlltlon
to carry uu nperulioiis,
Aiiuiveisniy Itrvlot
Sundav, June iilsl the Uev.
A. VV. It. Ashley will imminence
his sni'uud yair   id'  ministry   in
Btawirl und Inttndi lo tuiie tha
ipportunlt} nnlhuliliiy ol pissuh
lug u Ipiolll Niuiiiuii,  ni   which
hadlllril   thi   inaNelice  nf   hm
muny people us lliu church   will
huld.
Gordon Rydir riturmd to tlm
liiilepniiilinice WwdnuMtlsy.
Hefore leaving for Alice Arm
Wadnaidiy .1, A,Stephen, Public
Werks engineer, received u tele
grim I'romtJ.C McKsy, engineer
for the depiiitment, notifying
him la proceed al. ence wilh con-
slruction of Ihe Hear river rtud,
Marmot river road, exlession of
Ihe Dunwell "juniper trull" au
'us lo uervo the Lukeview und
ofliur properties of Ihe Glucler
ci'i-.'K notion arid n perinanerit
trull to the Terminus und other
propartlaion Aiunrlcuu creek.
Apprepiiutlons for thoao  im
pruveiiieuts were   agreed   upon
while lhe lion. Minister of Minea
and Minister of   Public   Works,
uiTuiupuiiiod by Hie clutf tngi-
mirii were on their way aouth.
Ihn  ttiiogrftin   was  sent   from
Kenan Kalbi CaiuUrt Hit being
KUlulillidu d mid wolk piosentlllg
ut full ��p��ed, under His dirtu-
Utn of Harry Huovll, loetl mud
foreman, PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY, JUNE 19,  1925
H.   W.   M.   ROfeSTON
Editor and Publisher
VV. R.  HULL
News Editor
A*J    WKRKI.V    mCWSP*rM   i��MOetj*T��M��
KITE   DOLLARS   PWR   YEAR
Advertising   Rates:
Wsplay Aatvaetisinjr. 80 <*enU per inch per issue,    Rea*bJne
?fetteea, 2S cents per line.
iperial   Position   Display or   Reading:,   26 per cent aberve
attatl rate*.
*N afloat* of Improvement. $15 (If  more  then o��e claim,
tei** tar each additional claim mentioned)
Land Notices. $19.   Coal Notices. $7-   Wafer Notices. 110.
No Advertising; Accepted for First PatT*
The Portland Canal News i-^^eDwiattasttossdiaa^rte.,
There has bean a remarkable increase
in recent years in the production of lead:
in 1920 it amounted to 35,953,717 lb. and
in 1924 to 168,713,500 lb. and the price has
risen to about 9 1-2 cents a pound. There
are large reserves of ore, and the operators are in a position to take full advantage of the prevailing high prices.
Although prices for copper have been
low since the war, production of this metal
has increased during the last two years,
and the present improved condition of the
market will no doubt serve as a stimulus
to still greater output.
Developments are taking place in the
utilization of Canadian coals for domestic
and industrial uses that are rendering the
country less dependent upon foreign sour-
cell of supply, and that should stimulate
CANADA AS A SOURCE OF
MINERAL WEALTH
(By Charles Oamsell. Deputy Minister of Mires
for Canada, in The Canadian Gazetta.)
THROUGHOUT the world steadily in- the output from our  mines,   which  are
creasing interest is being shown in Canada known to have immense reserves,
as a source of mineral wealth.   In fact, j       Encouraging discoveries of petroleum
Canadians themselves are but beginning j and natural gas have  been   made  near
FX H. A. Whfllam, Physicima
andSur����on. Oflk��. aornfr6th
and Victoria Sts. Hour*. 12
o'clock. n��on. to 3 p. m... and h-y
appointment f
fJkHMW
|||��U0HW-
SUMMER  EXCURSION
TICKETS
CAROLAN'S
Meat Market and General Store
Hardware      Groceries        Fresh Meats       Working Cloth
Boots and Shoes Stoves and ttanKpS
Powder, Caps and Fuse
One pair reflnine Silk Stock-in** giran with each *10 .ash purrh
EASTERN CANADA
UNITED STATES
and to
JASPER NATIONAL PARK
On.e way via Vancouver or
direct rail both directiops.
For full information apply
R. F. McNaughton.
District Passenger Agent,
Prince Rupert, B. C.
to realize that their country is rounding
out a mineral-producing organization of
Wainwright in Alberta.
A consideration of these facts engen-
considerable proportions, marked efficien-iders a sane optimism regarding our posi-
cy and of tremendous commercial import, tion as a mineral-producing country.
New areas are opening up in a healthy One exceedingly pleasing factor is the
way; old properties are consolidating and ready way in which Canadian, English and
enlarging their activities; vast territories j other mining companies, having met with
of encouraging gealogy are still unproa- success in their own particular fields, are
now directing their attention to the possibilities of Canada's newer areas.   Most of
tion for 1924 is estimated at $203,194,000, these companies are of good  financial standing.
with every evidence of enlarged operations -***& managed, tad bringing mineral deposits to
being at hand.   This is especially' true of "����� �������*��ful operating state in �� economical
and efficient manner. It is most gratifying to note
SALMON RIVER BANKING COIM
HYDER,   ALASKA
(Incorporated   Under   the   Laws   of   Alaska)
4   PER   CENT   Paid   on   Savmgs   Rank   Account!
Canadian Funds Accepted on Deposit.
Money Telegraphed tsall Farts of United StetM
J. A. Hall, Prea.    IX LBMaTMM. VV<- Pr,**.    I   D  Haddon
pected.
The total Canadian mineral produc-
the metals.
The production  of gold during the
year, amounting to 1,525,000 ounces worth
that where responsible engineers have been engaged to remain in touch wilh the actual Held operations results have almost invariably been sal is*
$31,921,000, has nearly doubled since 1920, factory, and la any case wasteful capitul outlays
and it is expected that further mining de- ,mvf ***** attifrd,
velopments,   new   discoveries and an in- Undoubtedly the outstanding reason  for an
crease in the hydro-electric energy avail- ^tim^tio outlook for the future of our mining in-
^m.t *mt u ��_   m     .... . ,        dustry is bused upon the fact that the great indus-.
able will result in a still greater produc
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK.
Kufua. Rufus No. 1. Rufus No. 2. Rural No. 3. Rufus No. 4, Rufus No. 5,
Hufus No. 6, Baby Rufus Fractional.
Sli.lo Kruct'onal. Wide Fractional, Silver Fractional and Long Fractional
Mineral Claims, situate iu the Portland
Canal Mimhik Division of Cassiar Dis
trict.
Where located:- On Erickson Creek,
Hear River.
Take Notice that I, Frank C. Green,
of'--"Jl IVmberton B*tg., Victoria, B.C.
aclinic as audit for Rufus Silver-Lead
Minos, Limited, Non Personal Liability, Free Miner's Certilicate No.
617071' intend, sixty 'lay*, from the date
hereof, to apply to the Miaiag Kecor
lie.  (|H   CurtHcata   of    Improvements
f..i the nnrpsss of obtaining Orown
Grant! Of the above claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section 80, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certilicate
of Improvements.
Dated   thi^ t'th day   of   September.
A. l>. 1984.
iH
Heywood & Leiser
lt:�� Itraad Hlrvvl. Victoria. H >
Members Victoria Stack Kxrhantr*
MINES
tW
Properties Examined and Report! Given
Latest Information Available on
PORTLAND (ANAL PBOPBRT1IS
Mining; Stocks   Hon*.lit and Snld
tion in 1925 and succeeding years. Import
ant discoveries of gold and copper ores
have been made in north-went em Quebec
which it is expected, will form the basis
for a new mining camp.
The output of picket, which was depressed with the termination of the war,
has recovered quickly, the production rising from 17,597,12a Ib. in 1922 to 09,250,.
000 In 1921. The figures for 1924 greatly
exceed those for any pre-war year, in spite
of limitations in the construction of naval
armamenti. This recovery is due to the
���nterprlie of the nickel-producing companies In launching educational advertising
and ln devising new application! of nickel
trialixed ami mineral-consuming countries of the
world are boinj, compelled through theoxhaustion
of thair own resource* and their steadily increasing per capita consuinplion, to look to the newer
und less developed countries for their mineral
supplies, Front that point of view, Canada is
attracting the attention more and mvire of the
United States and tlreat Hritain, and more recant*
ly of some of tha other European countries. All
tin-so countriet require the mineral resources that
wo can supply, and capital far their development
Is llowlng in with a gradually increasing volume,
The outlook, therefore, for incretned activity and development in our mineral Ileitis was
never mure promising (hsn it Is toiluy,
Dttftng last year 84,857 tons of lead were
produced in Canada. Nearly all of It cume from
mines In Hritlsh Culnmhla.
DIAMOND DRILLING  CONTRACTOR!*
Twenty-live Yean' Experience nt Your Disposal
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Diamond drilling la to mining and
explni'stioa work what lilt \ liny la to
surgery. 'Klia one sure met hod of
obtaining exact geology. Invaluable
for ilrinrminltig tht most unliable system (meihud, lu adopt for proving,
developing mid milling ore luniks.
*mm*mmt���mam^l a^tammmmmm nifw. **\\ um mi tma****m*e**m**m*mm*tm
tfaavy tnd light pnrtaila gaaollne, and air powsrad ilrllla
lootttd In varlmii dutrluls,
Wand pswarnd drills for Intootsalblo places.
Hlatory tf work, lt| tf holes, graphle map and detail of
drill raaiilta by nur staff whan d-slrtd,
HOYL��R BROS., Canada, Ltd.
8011 Mirk. Illdg. Ml ,,, 4cM| ,,,,,
Vanmavtr, B. fl. Mpektnt, Wash
I'liuno Htymtur um. [*\mw Mlt||| m
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wiiii ih�� crura
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SYNOPSIS OF.
LAND ALT AMENDMENTS
MRfe-feMPTIUNS.
Vacant, uur-muiwU, auivpy��d
1'i.iwi. laiida may l.�� pre ampiod t>>
I'.i ili'.h a.it.jiH.la mo. It ...i. a uf u����.
au.l by allan* on daclailua* Intantlai.
to lu. ulu* 111 Utah aubjacta, OO&tl'
Uonal upon 1 .Ni. 1.���..,���*, oci uoallon,
and limn ������ v ��-in. ni (or agil. ulluial I
puipuao*
I'uil   Infoiiiiatlun  eonoaruln*   i**,i
lationa   i.-Kjuiina    pra-snputM   �����
(Ivan In I'.iiiiKtin No.  I,  l.uii.l loftta
"How   lo   I'm aiii|n   l.uiul. '  ooploa  ot j
wUlcli iai) li�� ol.lulnml iii>�� .if .liuiu��
Uy    it.l.l. oaaliia     Ulu      1 Ui|iul llliulll      .<   j
lunula, Vioiorla, Hi1., ui- lu, any n��    I
aininant An��iiL
Hm11.1l-.   will   tia  iiiaiiled   auvarlna '
only   luu.1  aulialil*   IM    aurloultuial I
puriiuaaa,  anil  wlil.'li  la  nut  tlml��.i
In. il,   I *.,   tallying   nvar   '������ turn   l.ual.1
fp.'l   par  itita  weal of Ilia ('.'��� i��t llanga
ami  *,U0U   faal   par aula  aaat  of  Dial '
it��ii|*.
Appu. uii.<ii�� for pra-aniptluna ar*
lu l.a uilih .��,.-,,���, 1 to (ha I uiul I'oni
inlailuuar uf lliu l.uioi ll.u i.n|lii�� HI
vial.m, In wlil.li th* land appllad fur
la alfiiuini. and ara inado uu prlntad
funiia, ouptaa uf wlil.'li oun Im obtain ml from Hi* l.uiid Coiiuulaaluiiar.
I'i�� 11111pll1.ua iimat l.a uo.'iiplad fur
flva  v��uia  anil  litipro* Miiauta  mad*
tu \uluu ur ||U pal' 11010, no'In,11114
ulaaillla mnl ..ulll.atli.a at laaal ll\��
af-io-i, Imfin a a I'un. 11 Hi ant nan I.*
raoalvail
I'o. mum ili-talini lufuntiatlun ���<**
llio Ilnllulin "Huw la I'i* miipl
I*l..l"
PUROHAtB
Aiiplloatluna ara raualvail fur pur*
hIiuhu uf vu.ttiil and uuiaauivad
11 own lam\a, nut haln-f llmiu.i land,
for   aail. oil ui ul   iniipuans,    iiillihiiuiii
iu loo nf first' olaaa (araltla) land la II
paiaoir,   and  aam.u.l ulaaa   (a.a.lna)
land 1 ii 611 par a. ������ Vurlhar Infar*
uiiijlini laaaidlu�� puniliaia or laaaa
of I'l.nvn IhiiiIn I* ah an In llnllallu
Nu, 10, lu.u.1 Hailua, "I'u.oliua* and
l.caaa   uf   < "i-twii   l.ainlu"
Mill, faolmy, or lllduatlial *ll*a on
itmiim land, inii a.oiiadiiia 40 auraa,
may ha puruliuaart or laaand, tha mmr
Oltlons tiuliiilliia payiliaul ul
���luiupaa*
Always Busy
Giving Good Strvice
-Exchange Grill-
Frenh Krend and I'aslry   Every Mamlng
Sole Atrent for liraid's Tea ami ('nll't-e.
TRY KLKISILM.VNS YKAST CAKES
.1. 1'. Hawkinson. Prop,
STEWART UND COMPANY. LIMITED
Founder* nnd Original Owners
of STKWAKT  TOWN81TE . .
111- ap Orrioa
101 i'.-inii,.i-ti.n iiiuok,       VICTORIA, n C
Keal Kslale   Insuranee   Mines   Financial Vlfontl
ItOHKKT   M.    S'I'KWAK'I',        ��� ���       l*r#ilih'iil
Ixitjt for sale in all parts of town
Listings of properties for sale wanted
STEWART IAN0 CO.. 110.
Kil'lliSt, Rttwnrl, HI'
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The [Mineral Province of Weitirn Canada
tins produoad Mlnartli vtlut^ hn follown  Pin ��� Ui hi
bodt Qold, HU,478,190; Sllvtr.  |88,824,B79i Ltad   i--M   ,s
C.opp��r,   $187,48M78;   Uno, 181,171,497! Coal ind 1 ������" :'1;|"
880,048; Building 810nt, BrloK, Otmant, 148.280,814; Ml n'llan��i��
minoruiH, 11,481,848; miking Ith mlnt'nl Produotlon ioili"��"ltlu
1(124 mIh.w
27,:iho
 i'1
fi 1 '���
HOMttiTi uiaaia
��� JIB  II
�����'  a,  may  ba  laaaad bi   Ir.uiaali.a,
...A*   '
���rant���!, In n.a flrat yssr, tula, l.uiug
ras.
mill
onmllii.i.ml   iipun   a   dwuilliiB   bain*
Uiiaui 1*1 ,.d a 1.i.a, not -..oaadlllB II
td
I  I
. yu~.	
ul.luliialila   aflnr   laal.l.moa   and   Im
|.ii..'.iiuanl    ooihlllloii.    al*     fuirillai
and land I.-* iiani lurvayai.
- "ASM
ror trMllif and Inilualrlal pur-
puaoa airua no* uaa.dln, Ut aaraa
may   l.a  l.aa*4  bV an* ftrKa tr a
ootnpBiiy.
!!AXIN0
. ""f'VtaJhtf"! **l ***! **a
lims Is dlvllMl *a I'Mlna sistnou
si�� ���������ic-Ser tsa
��� laalus  pr~ ���
IIUIIlliaiB  I
to aatsbllt
mar tan*
AN 4GtHBQATB VALUE OF |858|
Thiiubitanila] apotraii nt U11 mihIi.h [nduitry of Ihli Prnvli	
BHhllilUnl Iii Um fnllnwIiiK llMim'", wlilcli alinw III,' VIslUO (if I"" " '' ' '   . ||vn
i-uhhIvi. Ilvi.-vuiir |-.rl,i,|a: l-ur nil y. ma In I Mild InolUllvn,  IIM.M.   M     '    ���,
yoa.M IH'.iil liinii, *r.V,ilim,IMI7: fur llvn yssn 1901 IIHili, IimUht.Imi	
1B06-I910, |1BB,RR4,4T4| for flvo ystn 1911 101ft,  1149,079,iMWi |l"   ���''
IIHil llian, ���lMII,na9,7Wi; fur llu< v��-m, IIU.I, ��:fM,liH7,mil hT Ihs vi-m
ii��h,h.i:i; for tht vi'sr \\m\, 941,11114.11911 snd for I0B4, MU.704,004,
PRODUCTION DURING last ikn VBAK8, W
liodo inlniiiM |hijj ^iiily t���M,|i in iiroui'i'HM for o.^J1'
only 11I1.1111 mi,, imif nTTiui I'i'TMiii'ii'Iiih nssn proipsstfiliToo.oiHi
of onatplorad rnTnartl-btarlng 1 1 nraopsn for proapaelln!
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ourlly nf whli'h la niiiiriinli.i.il l.y Cniwii (liiinlx, .    ��� mn)
lull InfnnnstUin, tONthlP Willi Miiiins r\��P'��rt�� ��n<l   ""
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N, II.    1-rui'l.li'Mlly sil Rfltllh nnliiinlilii Mlnornl  Pmpoi ' "l��J
v��Iii|,iiiihiI In,h liii-ui dnnn mu iIkhi'iIIu'iI In I0ITIS Oil" nf �����"* '"""'"
lin- MinlMl-i |f Mlni.M.    fhftia i'miihIiIi'I'Iiim MiImImm lllVSlI "'"   '','"(|, |),|,irl
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|i| nfri PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1925
11" i
PREVENT FOREST FIRES���IT PAYS
BUY CANADIAN GOODS
Groceries - Provisions - Hardware
Brookfield  eggs
Brookfield butter
Premium Hams and bacons
Silver Leaf brand lard
Produced and Raised in Canada
J. W.
5th and  Columbia St.
WILSON
:-:       :-:        Stewart,   B. C.
CONCENTRATOR
I    FOR THE TORIC
Mining operatioas at the Toric i
will shortly be going at full blast
again, says tha Alice Arm Herald. Supplies of all kinds are
being taken in over the Dolly
Varden railway, and the development of the big ore bodies will:
be carried on with renewed vigor
The Consolidated Homestake
Mining and Development Co. will
install a 50-ton concentrator mill
this year for treating tbe ore.
PKOFEflSION/VL   OAUItS.
DALBY B.  MORKILL
MINING SU-RVEYOR
B. Q. Land Surveyor
STEWART. B   C.
���.������-������ . .���.���
���	
WHITESIDE & KENNEDY
Barristers,   Solicitors.   Notaries
Heaman Block,   STEWART.
A  M WHITESIDE        It. W   KENNEDY, LX.B.
JOHN HOVLAND
ASSAYER
Prompt and Reliable
Hyder,     Alaska.
Crawford Transfer Co. lawsuit settled
FREIGHT CONTRACTORS
AiiK.vrs roa
COAL   "==������==���-=����� POWDER
CAPS      ��x2       FUSE
DOMINION   TIRES
AQJtNTS  FOR   UNION   Sl'KAMSlUl' COMPANY
OHioo 5th St.. Stewart.
STEWART BOARD 01= TRADE
1
STEWART,   B* ('.
Qtatrtl
in
(inualioii   of
th,
PORTL
AND CANAL
01
STRICT
supplied
on
application to
Ihe
Bttfttl
ry.
Sli-warl,   It.
r.
Momd mttta lti ��nd 3d rutidtyi of tath month,
I'..'.ml   Ki'iMUm
���MaV.
In thc ('enter of Everything
In Vancouver
^
HOTEL  ST. REG
Oorntr Stymour ind Dummulr Btraata.
MaLtadi Anwtl *- LtChttM, Pwiwltttii.
IS
Settlement out of court of the
litigation for an equity in the;
famous Engineer gold-quartz
property, in the Atlin. B. C. district, is announced by a Vancouver newspaper. Robert K. Williams of Milwaukee and Horace
K. Williams of Los Angeles, brothers of Abbie Williams, wife of
Captain James Alexander, controlling owner of the Engineer
limit*, who with him was drowned when the steamer Princess
Sophia sank near Juneau, sued
for a share of the property. The
brothers announce that B satisfactory settlement has been madw
with the Engineer Cold  Mining
(ioiupuny, present owners.
The Engineer mine was located
by Norman K. Smith, one of tht
locating tnginttrt of tht WhiM
Pttt&Yukot railroad, during
construction days in 181)9. The
mint, which has been the subject of much litigation, eventually paused to the hands of the
Engineer Cold Mining Company,
composed *t New York and Nevada men. Slock has recent!)
bttn selling aa high us $r>o per
share.
S. BAZETT-JONES
Public Accountant and Auditor
Smith Bldg. - P.O. Box 795
PRINCE RUPERT,   B. C.
PORTLAND CAilAL LOOSE
L. 0. O. M. 1218
Mi'i't.s 12ml Tliursiluy at Hyder, 4th
Thursday at Stewart
F1RK
1.1 VV.
SICKNESS
ACCIDENT
F. E. GIGOT
INSURANCE
Stewakt,  B. C.
V. C. GREEN
(Greta Bros,, Burdtn&Co.)
CIVIL  ENGINEERS
lt. C.  LAND SURVEYORS
Stewart,   B. C.
3EALBD TENDERS sddMMd to tht
!S
\l
SlirrH, TOPCOATS. RIDING BREECHES Etc,
Til Itml-Rtady Llmltid of Montrtil.
Tiiid Lamiit i'Mi.ouiNu Firm in Canada
Rnr-HRIRNTDP   "*
Sam, E. Wagner,  Stewnrt ami llyctor,  H. ('.
STEWART NEWS CO.
Aqdnt For
Spalding'- HiNtrtinir ������*���-���--*
and
Imp-1ml Tobacco Company
Am, tu ia Latmt Papbri anu Maoaiinbi
to Grunt Md Cindy     ��� . SH,""1
CKIAUH       OIOARETTI       TOBAOCOI
f.llwon Woi* It���II Klflh Hlrttt
3 undtnlfnid, i��i��i indorsed "Tsndtr
(or wiiini Rspaira, Port Clcmcnti,
H. ('.," will in' ii'ii'ivi'ii until lio'elotk
iiimu ulayllulil aavinu.) Turi-ila.\, liini'
'in, niaft, for roptlri (o tht wharf ai
I'liiiji'ii'iiii'iiiH, skii'iia Dlitrlot, B, &
I'liuia tnd fiirniH of oontrtoi oun be
���fill mnl iptolflOatlon mnl formiof tin
dtr obtained at thia Department,  hi
ihn uilii't' of tha i nun ni Bnalnaer, OKI
I'uhI mil'-'- 'iiiiiiiiiu-, Victoria, H, 0 .
mnl hi Hi" l'""i niiii-"". vanoouver, li.
Q ; Prinoa Rupert, B.O., and Porl ��'le-
iiuilila, II, 0,
Tenders will not ba aonaldarad uhIdnh
iiimii' mi i he printed forma auppllad l��y
ihn Department mnl In   aooordanoi
wilh lhe riiiiililinim I'liiiliiini'il Ihiiri'in.
Kin'h tender muat l>��> aoaompamed i>.v
m hu nopaptid oheoua on a phartarto
iniiiiv, nayabla to tne order of Lha M|n>
liter of rubllo Workii aqua) to 10 i"'r
pant or tha tandari Bonda of the Do
minion <>f Otnada or bonda <>f lhe < an-
aillan National Railway Oompany will
iiIkh lu- HiTi>|>li'il iih Hiiciully,  nr  lionfll
mnl ii nbequi if i'i-.-uu��� *i in make up un
mill illiinlllll.
NnTM.    Ulu" prlnlH run  ba nhliiineil
at iIiIh DupHi'iiiimii by dapoaltlnR an
iirii'iiinil cheque for tne aum ol lin,
payable to the order of thi Mlnlater of
I'uiilif Worka, whli'li will ba  returned
If ll ��� -inline lllililiT Mlll.lllll   H   li'RU-
Ur hid.
Hy order,
H, ID. O'lHIIKN,
Itoretavyi
Panartmenl "f Publlo Work*.
iill.iwn   Mny *.'.u,  n'.'l,.
TOM LEE
PLUMBER
Briqhtwell St.,   Stewart,
JOHN   WANDER
barber
Tniii-nii Rooms, Stewart
G. C. Andrew
CUSTOMS HOUSE BROKER
Aoint Pom
WiNNii'i;ii 1''iu 11 Undhrwritrri
Stuwnri Land Co, Offlot,
Itewtrt, B,0.
COASTWISIO HTKAMHIIII*
ft BARGE CO. l/l l>.
Weelilv Sallinge From
Itiwirt Dlrtct To
Hmoltara.
QBNBRAL KUKUiHT and
POWDBR.
For Information Apply:
805 IlirliH Bldff.,
Vancouver, M. C,
Ladies'       and
SHOES
It pays to get the best
Men's
And We Have Them
HARTT
SMARDON
MURRAY
UKAMAN
BLOCI
H. ZEFFERTT
SOLE AGENT        20th CENTURY CLOTHING
STEWART,
B. C.
STEWART MEAT MARKET
Hams - Bacon - Butter - Eggs
Meats and Fish
For WHOLESALE PRICES Try Us
P. BURNS & CO.
JACK SCOTT.
Manager
FRUMENTO, RYAN, MacDONELL & CO*
520-521 Vancouver Block, Vancouver, B. C.
We are specializing in Portland Canal Mining Stocks.
Send us your buying or selling orders.
We are in the market for prospects which will stand strict
investigation.
STEWART DAIRY t SODA FOUNTAIN
J. CAMPBELL,
PROPRIETOR
Home Made Ice Cream Fresh Milk Cream
and  Buttermilk
ICE    FOR    SALE
BEAMAN BUILDING One Door South of J. W. Wilson
UNION STEAMSHIPS
The popular T. S. S. CARDENA sails from STEWART
Evtry Monday at midnight for
Prince Rupert and Vancouver via way points.
Northbound;
T. S, S. CARDENA leaves Vancouver every Friday, 9 p. m.
Prince Ruptrt Sunday, 8 p. m,
For Alice Arm- Anyox and Stewart.
For furtlii'i' Information, Rutrvatlom Eto,
Apply W. J. CRAWFORD (Crawford Tranfw Co.) Aqbnti.
OIIU'o lUli St., St.'wui't.
Prinob Rupirt Aqbnt  2ml Avo,   Phoni r>iw
HEAD OFFICES, Union Dock, ft. Carrall St.   Phoat Sty. 306.
12:00, noon.
SPRING STEAMSHIP SERVICE
S.S.   PRINCE  RUPERT  will sail from
Sttwart for PRINCE RUPERT, VANCOU-
VER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE and intermediate points, each SUNDAY, at
S.S, "PRINCE JOHN" will tail from PRINCE RUPERT
fortnightly for VANCOUVER, via QUEEN CHARLOTTE
ISLANDS,
PASSENGER TRAIN SERVICE FROM PRINCE RUPERT
Trains leave I'rincu Rupert daily except Sunday at 11:80
a. ni. for Jasper, Edmonttn, Winnipeg, direct connections
for all points East and South.
For Atlantic steamship sailings und further informatiea,
upply to It. F- McNtughton, District Passenger Airent
Prince Rupert, B. C. PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   ITEWART,    B. C,   FRIDAY,  JUNE 19,  1925
W
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CAMP   SUPPLIES
-> Ranges.   Camp-Stoves,   Utensil*.   Finnic R��H��. Martre��*������,       ti
Pillows. Blanket*. Comforters.  Miners   Lamps & Caps, Carbide. Picks,
Hammers, Axes. Shovels,   Saws, Vails Kte.
BUILDERS   SUPPLIES
Ready Roofing, Bnildini? Papar, Brick,  Lime,   Cement,   Saah I Door--,
Door Sets. Butts. Carpenters Tools, Plumbers Supplies, Plate Glass &c
Local Sto��rk��
Quotation** hy H W \f Rolstnn Jk f>)
Th*  strike  on   the   Dunwell,
��� which is cneisiderpd   by   mining
men to he ene of the meet   mo-
X-ray Ftmd Donation*
Premier Gold Mining Co. $200.00
Andv Archie       25.00
Dunwell, Glacier Creek
and Silverado       50.00
FURNITURE
KODAKS & FILMS
BEDDING
FIRE INSURANCE
UNIVERSAL SUPPLY CO.
5th Street,   STEWART, B. C,     G.W.Smith, Mgr.
mentons in the   history   of  the'Col. R. D.   Davies
camp,  caused a   3harp   upward' Moose Lodge dance
trend in   Dunwell   stoelr.   with  Pioneers of  Alaska
heavy demand, which spread to
all Glacier creek stocks, with the
market as a   whole  showing  a
strong bullish tendency.
5.00
307.85
1500
MINERAL ACT
Certificate of Improvementa
NOTICE.
Stewart Bakery
BREAD
ICE CREAM
VEGETABLES
CAKES
CANDY
FRUIT
S.D., i.D. No. 1, S.D. No. 2., S. D.
No. 3, Mauritania. Mauritania  No.   1,
Porter Idaho, on the   Marmot. I Mauritania No. 4, .Mauritania No. 5  &
.. . ���        .. I Mauritania Fractional Mineral Claims,
.Striking exceptionally    rich   ere rftoa-te in tha   Portland  Canal   Wiring
iaa winze being  sunk.   which  Division of ra8,iar Di8trict
Where   located:     South   of    Bitter
practically     assures   continuous  Greek about two miles above Highway
shipping of high-grade,   caused  Br^E N0T1CE th���t ,   Frank  f
a heavy demand for thia 9tO���k at ! Green, acting   as   agent   for   Stewart
Central Mines Limited,    Non   Personal
much-enhanced   pricea.     As   the   Liability. Free Miner's Certificate  No.
. ��    ... *i4;>.!7C. intend,   sixty   dav��   from   the
treasury issue of   this   eompany ,latt, herei)f J app*   toy the Minin(?
isotf   the   market,    and    Steady   Reorder for a Certificate of Improve-
! meits, for the purpose of  obtaining a
shipments Start June 22,   a much < Crown Grant of the above claims.
FORD CARS and PARTS
GUTTA PERCHA TIRES.
Oils, Paints and Varnishes
SPORTING  GOOnQ
MINING SUPPLIES
ALL KtNDS OF BUILDING MATERIALS
Restmore Springs & Mattresses - Steamer Trunk*
0. W. McLEMAN
Fifth Street
STEWART
(T
higher level is assured.
CAMPBELL & DUKE.
I
They say: "We Live to Eat, and Eat to Live."
Eat Right at the  N EW STEWART CAFE
PRIVATE BOXES FOR LADIES
OUR NIGHTS' SPECIALS
10 p. m. to 2 a. m,
Chop Suey   -   Chinese Noodles   -   Chili Con Carne
Our Motto,   QUALITY & SERVICE
And further take notice that action,
under section 85, must be commenced
Full details of these two Strikes   before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated thia 16th day of October,
A.D. 1924. 3
F. C. Green
are found ��n Page 1.
At the time of writing. Dunwell, Porter Idaho and Marmot
Metals are in heavy demand by
southern brokers. Thia demand
is expected to spread to nearly
all the Portland Canal issues.
Local stocks closed as follows:
Bid     Asked
^
VANCOUVER MINES LTD.
A limited amount of Treasury Stock now being sold
For particulars see Samuei I teaehaa*
Representative at Stewart.  B. C
If interested in any Portland Canal Diatrict stocks. ���
S. F. KNIGHT & CO.,    Fiscal Agents.
Vancouver Bldg.. Vancouver, B. C
r
221 Pemberton Bldp.. Victoria.
TUGBOATS
Rupert Marin* Products, Ltd.
Geo. G. Bushby. man. dir.
Prince Rupert.     B.C.
^
BENNETTS' CHEMICAL LABORATORY
Market Street.   Tacoma, Wash.
REPRESENTS SHIPPERS AT SMELTER
Control Assaya for Shippers
BELLVIEW   HOTEL, Ltd
HYDER,   B. C.
ALL NEW EVERYTHING DONE FOR YOUR COMFORT
ELECTRIC LIGHTS
S1
Phoxk 4 Long
TUB AND SHOWER BATHS
PER   DAY
Mrs.   Helen  Bell,  Manager
A Welcome Awaits You At The
DOMINION  HOTEL
Victoria, B. C.
STEWART HEADQUARTERS.
200 ROOMS 100 BATHS
Everything a GOOD HOTEL should be
Ratta $1.50 and up.      ���       Free  lus.
Stephen Jones, Proprietor.
B. C. Silver
Dunwell
Glacier Creek
Independence
Indian
Lakeview
Premier
Terminus
Silver Crest
L&L Glacier Creek
Victoi.a Mines
Marmot Metals
Porter Idaho. Co.
Rufus
National Silver
Vanio i ver
Ore Mountain
Bay View
I 1.29   $ 1.50
4.00      5 00
.19
JO
.14
.20
.05
.07
.���
.45
!.25
240
. ���
.50
.15
.20
.25
.30
.���
.35
FOR A GOOD
SMOKE
See Pete at the
Exchange Cijjar Store
CMAM- Ouarktts, Tobaccos
and S.NUFK
BKST BRANDS
ANDERSON CAFE & delicatessen
Private Dining Room For Parties
Best Cook this far North
Give L's a Trial
/p
.13
.20
.13
HOTEL PRINCE RUPEKT
.30
.20
.25
.50
25
A Real GOOD Hotel
H. li ROCHESTER, Mwi*r
rlurupeiti] Plan $1.50 for Jay a\
L. Workman d Son.
BUY   LAMPS  TO  SUIT   PRESENT   VOLTAGE
V.
Everything: for wiring buildings.
Lamps Frosted While You Wait
OFFICII   OF   PUBLIC   STKNixlKAPHKU
.09
a SPRING IS HERE ���
Typewriter for sale   at
office.
News
ROSS DAVIES LTD
Winch HM*
Victoria
Tooth HUla.
Stewart
Roger* Bl*.
Vancouver
Special Information Service
To all parties Interested In Portland Canal mining companies
Enquiries Treated in Strictest Confidence.
Vaa*>
WATCH
REPAIRING
Otdt-rs  Promptly Filled
All Work Guaranteed
5.   Wickwire
Newell BttlMinjt, Stewart, H.C
Have Your
RUBBISH
Hauled Early
W. J. Wakefield
EXPLOSIVES
GIANT GELATIN
U the Safest and Most Economical
BLASTING CAPS
SAFETY FUSE
ETC.   ETC.
GIANT POWDER CO. OF CANADA LTD.
Vancouver Nauoose Bay
KVKRYTH1NG FOR BLASTING.
It ordering through your dealer
pec,fyGIANTbrand
3K
Who's Your Hroker?
Sir.ail Shalt* tl��u��M  aad KuM
G.   F.   HARTLEY
Mrml.rt V.nt-mvtr si,.<k I \, li���n��, Slnr* lill
MT lUallnya SI. W. TUIWII, W. Q
Mining Men Meet
CASTLE HOTEL
If you want to
SEE YOUR FRIENDS
When you come to
Vancouver
Come to the Castle
t
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
OpM 9 a,m. toi) p.m. (in-
cludintf Sunday.) Messages
delivered in Stewart. B, C.
GET OUR BID
on
Moving That Freight
E.  ARMSTRONG
GENRRAL FREIGHTER
Thirty Million Dollars' Worth of Ore
$30,000,000
A lot nf money and a lot  of ore!    This  is  appro>  i
what has been mined and  in   reserve  in  tho   1   . r.
B. C. Silver mines.
DO \OU THINK THEY HAVI IT ALL?
WE KNOW THEY HAVEN'T!
Their large ore bodietttt running direct into our pn
and have been proven up to within 800 feet o( our
The ilianionij ilrill will be runtiin--- full blast in about .i ����� i
Now is your opportunity to **t m cheap,   b.l.nf   th��   stis
jump.
NATIONAL SILVER MINES Ltd.
Controllinjr BUSH MINKS Ltd.    Shares 25c.
F. R. Jancowski,    Broker.
v
H. W. M. ROLSTON & CO.
Stockbrokers,    Stewart, B. C.
Final Ai'-  i
MARMOT METALS MINiNU"
n. p. i..
TEAMS
HACK HORSES
l\O.Hox MB.   STEWAKT. B.C,
PORTLAND CANAL ELEGRIC LAUNDRY
Now Open for HiiHlneai
Prompt and Efjlolent Servloe Guaranteed,
SHOWER BATHS IN CONNECTION
Paronli ClalUottd and Delivered
Monday*.  Wuiineadavi aud Saturdaya
\,
KilOHl Agents
1'ORTKR IDAHO MINING CO,
N. P, L,
Two properties which we helieve have the ore in commercial
quantities, and which, we are sure, are under the besl man-
aRement obtainable, with men of splendid business intcK'Nt-
on the directorates.
Write or wire   for fuller details.
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME
ARK TO Bl   HAD AT TIIK
Hotel Stewart
Jamnh MoAlBBNANi   Proprietor.
Steam Heated Rooms       Hatha      Drying Ro��m
Restaurant in connection
FIFTH STRKET STKWAKT

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