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 VKWS  WIU. KE
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n.ni-MKVT OF THE
B8    $6.00 THE  VEAR
Portland (anal News
Deonted to  the  Inter***  af -he   \fininf f) ttrt <-tt  <���>/   Ntr^hwittHtrrt  ffritigh Cnlttmhia
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7, NO. 2
STrTWART.    BRITISH   COM MR. \     FRIDAY.    If \R   5,   1925
bo    ony
PREPARING FOR    SAMUEL 60URLEY
SEASON'S WORK CROSSES DIVIDE
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tEWMT-IW Um HEWS   -�� ��* tWMJ,"
Joe Creen left  Monday   night     John   Haahti.   superintendent.
fa Merrill, well known ail Start    Development   Work
On Another (ilaner Creek
Property Recently Incorporated
! over rhe   norfh   as   a  cook and
l-rrund Bfen-
arood   fellow,   was   found
���. ,-  ���,   u-       !     .     ,.      .  ,    ,.        .. r Vancouver on   mining   busi- of the Silverado, left >unday on
ftpnrgia   River Gold  Mines!     A    lispatch    from Vancouver,
uc   * a .   ��� t       -i a mi        iness a business trip to Vaneeuver
r.j   ii/ii n^ Q..:A..a   r,o    dated June .',.   rf-ads  as  follows:
Ltd. Will 110 beriOUS  lie- J. I). Littlepagp,   manager of      p. E. Rees, one of the original
,   Samunl f.ourley died  m .*vattl# K auraufpur. andall-rrund gen
umeut on rlljrh-grade ���     ~,      , , the Riverside, left Monday night  locators of the Porter Idaho, was
i""1 *     * lypsterdav. Tlie   telegram   isl eral
,, ,, r�� ^,._����� ��� i    t\    n .u     on a business trip to Seattle. in camp during the stav of   th��-
dold Property signed by Dr. Gourley, a brothel | in ned early on themorniniri
, . Mrs*,. Bokien. who  has  been  th<- Prince Rupert. . .        .   ,     ��� .        ...
  of deceased. j of June .->, by Hav**  Joinville.   in
,,..,,, I    ,   .. .,     , r.        r.      i      connected   with   the    Anderson      Mr and Mrs J.Thomas of Van-i    , , -
Th'1 long established  Vancou-,     In the death  of Sam  Courlev whose cabin he was staying,   tie
..��� .,    r, w-      i  j* ��� Cafe, left on  the   Cardena   for couver have arrived to work   for ���    u    . u.
ver 'irm of Beaton & Hemsworth  the Portland Canal district loses | had  retired  about   midnight   in contract
.   .    _ ,,. . .     . . ���        ! Vancouver. Wm. Irwin at the Bawiew.   the1
haa   "���amzi-d the Georgia River! one ot its real oldtimers.    Hear-
, . ���   m.^mat      ,     i. S.  Stickney,   proprietor   ot  iormer as cook and the latter as
r.nlil Uines Ltd., taking over the rived here in the fall of 1907 andi early to take a shift   in   a   local the property ot the  Union   Min
the Stewart Cafe, left  last Sur- a miner.
A ��rew ��� now working under
driving   a   tunnel   to
good spirit-;, and spoke of  rising crosscut,  a  high-grade   vein    ��n
staked the Ben Bolt, Jumbo and
Ajax   claims   on   the   south   of
Glacier creek in partnership with
original Georgia River group ana1
additional ground, making a consolidation of nine claims. Old-
timers of the district will remem-J a man by the name of John'
ber that about 15 years ago a. Dodge. The first two, with some;
large sample of free-miilirnf Kold jother ground, he sold to   D.   D
day for the Mayo Clinic.   Roch
ester Minnesota,   where he   ex- on the athletic grounds   May  25
.restaurant.   The Angel of Death ing Co.. on   the   sauth   fork   of
rhe platinum wrist watch lost   ,   ,. .     ,. .,    r* -vu m
J dealt very kindly   with   George,  ijiacier ereeK.    The outcrop  lies
peets to undergo an operation.      by Mrs Tolin. was t'eund  by   J.
Wm. Jancowski. assistant ver- Campbell and returned to her.
dor,   is away   on   a   six-weeks
I as there was no indication   that above a cliff that gives 75 feet of
he knew of the   transition   from natural backs, the portal  ot  the
'natural   sleep   into that   which tunnel being located beneath it.
George Pike,   formerly    earn-! knowg no  waktf:np.    The   cause;     The   Union  group,    (formerly
ore Denounced   the   best   mr Mm,   and   invested   the   pr0., l^ve of absence and is at pres- st9r for the Premier. ,s now pro-, of hig death wa3   h(farX   tal!ure.   the Last   Chance.,   censists   af
seen in the camp, was  sent   outjceedsina government annuity.;6"1 specting ,n Oregon, and was  m, He had left the hospital  a  week: three claims, lyingat an  eieva-
from the Georgia  River   group, j Since  that   time   he   has   been
for him.
iving come  from   one   of   the; spending his summers   in  Stew-
. I ,-������-.    ..t    ���    Col. R
spect tunnels. On the strength | art   and   wintering   in   Seattle.
W.H.Watson is relieving (;rants Pass recently with   somek,,^   after   sta>ing   there   a tion of from U:M)  to   300.,   feet.
good looking ore.
this and other showings   the; His arrival here   in   the   spring!
D.  Davies.   of   Ross-
Davies Ut., Vancouver and   Vic-
week for treatment.
I It is owned by  a   Victoria   com-
toria, left for the south Sunday
Deceased was born in India of S*ny whose members are nearly
STFWART IS Fill i i*-^*-^^-'^3-.*-^^*"*^
({overnment started construction!.synchronized with  that   of   the,
* ' alter spending two  weeks   here
, trarl up Georgia river which i robins and was as eagerly  antic- .
^ * looking alter the  firms   mining
however was not completed.        jipated.
The  company   is   thoroughly!    He was noted for his dry hu-;
financed for this season's opera-' mor and fondness for argument, j
wons which will consist of build- taking always the  opposite -^H^,^^!^:    left ���h or a stampede into Stewart | Yukon ^ sUmpede.   ,nd   hadj
tag. Ml to   the   property   for jof a question,   no   matter   *h*:^"?��^,^^
1 business.
Ress   Draper,   oldtime  news-
|age was brought to the United: mines. B.VV.W.McLWgail E. M.
fYPFPT 'IINPI FQiStattS- Of his early history or)'-�� consulting engineer. Within
LAalLl   I   UUilULLO|present relatives, little is kuown. I ten days tt is expected that sur-
! He was among the first to ans-1 vey for a ***** grant will be
There has been nothing  like aj wer the call ot* the north in   thejSCarted.
transportation of supplies, campjhis  personal  convictions   mi
equipment and machinery.    De-, be.    In the early days he   had a .
velepment work will also  be re-; reputation for success with   ant- N#wg
Mined  under   the   direction   of; mals. at one time taming a   wild'
Kht|on the Cardena for Rupert afterL, , nwn and we how you make I ^^ ^ ^^ Alaska
interviewing the Hyder   Weekly, out    Every passenger ship   Mtod British Caluttbta.    He  was
SERIOUSLY HURT
'i.W.W.McDougall  E. M,   whoi cat owned by D. J. Rainey,  that;
ie   near.
ing circles since his   connection
bam
the past six weeks   has   brought  ,. ..|,arter member of the Xen-uial
a tnaiur mtmoti oi u.e Atnjuai    ������   ,{ Stoner is in the Stewart
ffom 60 to 100 passengers snd **ll9\mo   Pioneers of Alaska |,       ..  ,     ��� .   , ,     I
i^ioo. t loneei.s vi Aisawav hospital wltk hia nghl leg ��"d
Hie funeral was held   June   8'foot badly bruised, the result  ox'
A.B. Trites. prominent in nun- g rt,S(l|t i10tt.|s and rooming hoUS
crowded   to   the   limit, j
[the resumption of work  on   the gttrje8   have  no  extrs
United Empire, on which henow Qldtimera who are USSC
ih�� ,
upper1
bunks.!
1   to   Ihe
has been retained as  consulting, no one could   com."-     ���.'with opening  up  the   Premier., -Doublinir up�� fa in vogu,
v.iKu,eer.    MrMcDougall made, not only eventually handled   thei  ^.^ ^^   {o  ^.^^   fu,. J^��   in   th,
a thorough examination   of  the'animal, but taught it a   number,
property   two   years   ago,   and'of tricks.
made no s-cretoMhe fact that!    Deceased    was   tail,   in   the u  ^ ^ ^.^ frontier have taken to th�� -jun-
Ih- whs most favorably Impresaed north of Ireland about  <0  years | -g^ McCul,och returned  this    |ea ��� ;uul manv ��� mu���lgan   po,
IVselopment will Start in the|ago.    He will be sadly missed by . ^ .__ ^^ harinR reeeiv. I ^ imv.nK, whil(l (tu, |)()VS   al
���try near future,   according   to I the pioneers of ths oamp. ,edanS.O.S.  call to   the  effect  night roll i��to their blankets aid
Mr Beaton, who is managing]   I that serious raining ���parationa|tajte8heiterunrier friendly treeir
dlreotor of the company.
Taylor, Gvo. Adams. Dick Sullivan, Denny Dwyer, Wm. Math'
ioson and Jack Petirs.
GEOLOGICAL
HEAD OF PHOENIX
VISITS THE CAMP
H. V.. Runnings, head of the
jareon   the   tapis.      (Note   Wei    Meanwhile there is  u  steady
i have never seen a tapis   not  a eX0fJU| into the hills as new op>
Q||Pl/PYnR^'live0neanyWay   lHU llRSS that i erations are started, but tho in
flux of misers and   other   work
ers keeps ahead of tho demand
for men.
iii) the right word to use.)
  Hugh MacDougall, who   ran a
A party consisting of J.A.Mc- blaaokumitH shop in   Hyder   for
,,. .Donald, engineer in   charge.   D. !8l,Veral vears and   later  worked
HioeaixM.ningCo. now   own-        ^ ^   Q    Houldsworth. ,n the Crawford Transfer shop in
ni ths old Portland Canal   I un. j q. ^ topographlcll   divi8ion,;      ^ -m m)w |n ftf omplov of
",l: ll u,,,u   i'n,',,MU  "'   ,lu,iFedsral department of mines,Lh9pbrUtBd Qement Csmpsny
has commenced the work of se- ,a( QrBn^| pass, Oregon.
paring data preparatory to cora-j   R,   Q>  Me���eili   won known|^,���L nliiMi ln;;iK(, ii|:iIIi,vil ;uu!
piling a geological map from the; throunHout tho west   and   north
head of Portland  Canal   as   '����*[a8 a  leading  mining  engineer,
[from St. Marks Church, services j hem*  caught  is  a  rock  elide
being conducted by Rev. .-V.W.R. I while prospecting (lie sur lace of
Ashley.   Pall hearers wsre Jsek jthe Stoner group between tke
Daly Alaska and the boundary
line. He was working with u
pick in an wpen cut run Inst summer, and loosened ��large Quan*
I tity of rock that caved QOWtl   on
him,    lie will   probably   not   be
1 able to return to the properly for
; several weeks.
I	
NEW MINING FIRM
FORMED IN VICTORIA
^rly days, arrived from Victoria
thin week to  personally   inspect
the property.     As  to  develop-;
'������"nt plans, ho says they are  as
>'������ indefinite, but that tho com-
Axenian Cuts His I'ool
Wm. Burman, empUyeo as anl'potenlial wealth of British   Col
axeman at the Ore Mountain pro- umbia'i rich northern mining
perty, was painfully injured this
.. south aa Bulldog oraek.    They f an<j wn0 wm bersmembsrsd as
WiV ll.strongly  nSinoed snd an, ri,artinir ttt the lower end of I hftV,Bf ipMt tht  lumm6r  here
W|H undoubtedly  do  uomothisg
���hltiummsr
TO RESUME WORK
this section aud working north,
two years ago making an eximi-
Tho work is based on  trianjiiila- Matjon 0j the  district,   has  re
T.V.Wilson, head of the Bldo-
rtt(-t- mining company, owning
* StfOlp of claims near tho houd
��*Salmon glacier, returned Sun-
"���J from Seattle snd will roHUtno
d velopment. Considerable work
llu** bien done on the Kldnrado
H"'l�� series of veins carrying
""Optionally high grude ore are
'Wed up by tunnels.
tions, filled In by plane-table1
traverse and photo-topography.
ON THE ELDORADO ihey expect to be here all sum-
mor. Last aeaitn they wore engaged in similar work In Kast
Kootenay.
Jh%MJ��U*JS^ *h*
leadership of Uov. Ashley, enjoyed an outing on the King's
birthday, Juno 8, und took a
swim.    Non�� of them have been
heard to oomplaln that the water
was too warm,
turned from Vancouver Island
where he has been developing
the Lenora mine on Mt. Sicker.
He has been engaged by the
Vancouver linn of Beaton &
Hemsworth as Held engineer
and consultant In thoir various
mining operations hero.
Dr. H. A. Whillans. Physician
and Surgeon. Office, corner Gth
and Victoria Sis. Hours, 12
d'eiotk., neon, to 3 p. in., and by
appointment. I
split the middle tos of hia right
foot, penetrating the foot for
some distance. Ho is now in the
local hospital.
COL. PERKINS
LIKES GAMP
The Vancouver Sun in a recent
issue comments upon a visit to
that city of tfol W. T, Perkins asj
follows: j    11. A. Heywood, ono of the oiig-
Tharoughly impressed by  theh��sl locators and  first   manager
of the Terminus mine, and Herb
l.eiier, a director,   who   visited
area of tho Portland Canal dii* J hare for several wsski last ium��
triut, Col, w. T. Perkins, presl- mer, have formed loompany In
dent of the Northern   Securities Victoria under tho firm name of
of Seattle, ii ia the oity having' Heywood ALslssr, with omiu
just visited the mining OSmpief
'at 1889 Broad strait,
spccialito in   mines,
Ihey   will
examining
Hyder and Stewart.
!    "In my entire experience of 80 *ml '���*,l,��',"���� ,,�� mi��,n* -m,-'��r
Joe Pornu.lt Located years I have never seen a ooun- ����- ",ul "lm> *_\ _ H,Mk"-
Jno Perault, an oldtimer of the j try giving such promise of direl-        %      Kum| |)onanona
distrlot known as "Little Joe," epment," laid Col, Perklil,
whont one time had a preemption a short dlltanoa north of the
Hear river bridge, is now located
about 10 mih's  down  the  Mac
kenate'r) i or hMw******* ','.}*
While in (he north he visited
mining properties in both Alaska
und Brltilh Columbia territory
at   the   head   of   the   Pbrtltind
Csr'jI and familiarised hlmaslf
ion. Numerous omiulrieH as to I with the dsvslopmtnt which Is
hia whsrsabouti have bean made taklnu placs there. Ha in froely
by old friends ami  his  location predict ing ifgrsat future for tho
PnmlirQold Mining Co. $200.00
Andy Archie       25.00
Dunwell, tllacler Creek
and Silverado  ,
Coi. R, D, Daviai .,..
Mi nine Lodge dance ..,
Plonooi'l of  Alaaka
was learned llu i week through a
letter received from him inquiring about the mining situation.
camp as one of   the  prosperous
80,00
t��oo
807.No
15.00
(lOiitlemun reunites  comfortable room with or without board
nnd permanent mining areas of with private   family   preferred.
the continent. Apply Newi office. PORTLAND   CANAL   NKWS,    STEWART.    B. C,   FRIDAY,  JUNE   5,   1925
���
The Portland Canal Newa
ttttttmav
h. n   m   i'"wmej
Krtitor and Pnbli��<fi��r
w. r. mm
Mew* FrlitT
FIYE   DOLLARS   Pl-TR    r'RAR
sire sort of transportation, that could to! writ il it Hie reported approach-
better advantage, both to the operators,f ing Federal tAeet**.
and in turn   the  government,  from   the! f p ^ ^ Npws
standpoint of jrreatly increased revenue, }ffi
be spent in actual mine development: for
every mine operating is a jrreat source of
revenue both from direct and indirect taxation. The Porter Idaho, rive miles from
the heaeh,  last year shipped 147 tons of
Advertising  Rate**
EM*t)lav Aalvi-rtiimcr. SO rant* per inch per isatie.    Rfaahnsr   ore by pack   horses,  faking   in   SUppHefi   by
**r��. 20 cent* per Irne the same met|l0fj    afld   wj|j   tnj,   month be
tpariel   Position   Display  ir   Reading,   25 per ��*nt abtrva
-to**** ratt-* again shipping.      Thousands   of dollars
���Meaear* of improvement, sis nf more than ��n* riaim   ,.9V-[^ be saved this company alone for de-
?Br*S far each sWrfitional cltim mentioned!
Lara- Notice.. SI*.   Coal INotices. $7.   Water Notices .Sin.     Velopment,     if    a    TOad     Were   built   tO the
Ne A<t*erti*iar Aeeepteel fer Fire* Pa��e
THE COMING MINISTERS
forks, two and one-half miles.
The coming visit of ministers should
result, and everyone expects that it will,
THE arrival in Stewart on the 8th of in s���n* thousands of dollars this year,
the Hon. Wm. Sloan, Minister of Mine?, even to the operators of the district in
and the Hon. Dr. Sutherland, Minister of lighting costs, enabling them thereby to
Public Works, accompanied by Bert Ker- Put that much more money into actual mine
gin, M.L.A. for this Riding, should prove dt-rslopment.
of considerable importance to the district, The thousands ef additional dollars
in that they will be here for the purpose thus saved and spent in development, will
of looking into the road and trail require- greatly hasten the ultimate mining future
ments. ��*   tne  district,   as well  as   that much
These are numerous, as development 30oner make available to tfae ********** a v*r>
.   . . .   ..      . ,.    ,   ..    ,.a.    much increased revenue.    The matter of mor.* and
being rapid, the departments hnd  it dini-
**      r   ' ** better roads and trails in this district therefore.
cult in keeping pace, particularly in faceiin the fi|ll, ^^ *trmme***m but a mat-
of heavy costs created to a Iarge extent by ter of good business on the part ei the Govern-
climatic and physical features, though it ment. They will cut down overhead and baaaaaaa
would appear possible that these costs production
could be materially reduced if the contract
system was more generally employed.
It is to be hoped that while the ministers are here they will avail themselves
of the opportunity of going up the Bear
river as far at least as American creek.
Five years ago one could motor the entire
distance to American creek.    It is also to
be hoped that they will visit other sections
of the district beyond the easy points to
get to.    For 20 miles up the Bear and
Salmon rivers there are numbers of operations struggling to make mines under
very  adverse road conditions.   The same
applies in the Marmot section for six miles
from the Beach.    A section, the potentialities   and   proposed   development  of
which cannot even, from a business point
ut view on the part of the government, be
overlooked, is (.eorgla river;  which  deserves, and badly requires, a trail from
the beach.
Trunk roads up the Bear, Salmon und
Marmot rivers, the latter for at leust a
distance of two nnd one-half miles to the
forks, would prove in a few short years to
more than have warranted the cash outlay, In that at (he moment thousands of
dollars are being spent in the moat expen-
SUMMER   EXCURSION
TICKETS
KASTERN CANADA
UNITED STATES
and to
JASPER NATIONAL PARK
One way \ria Vancouver or
direct rail both directions.
For full information apply
R. V. McNaughton.
District Passenger Agent,
Prince Rupert, B. C.
CAROLAN'S
Meat Market and General Store
Hardware       Oroceries        Fresh Meats        WorkingCloth
Boots and Shoes Stoves and Ranges
Powder, Caps and Fuse
One pair jreriuine Silk Stockinurs irivan with each $10 caa-a -,,.. l
��-*>.  i-urrnaK*.
SERVICE - QUALITY - SATISFACTION
Job Printing
Wm ImndlH ull elsHHdH (if prlnUri lti'
tlonrry und irtiHraott-e our customers
iitiifattlin
Bill Heads
Letter Heads
Envelopes
Any tliinii Vou Want In the
Printing Lin*.
PORTLAND CANAL NEWS
Kiftii Btkhmv. Btuwart.
GEORGE   BUSHBY
That large and really thougfltful section of
the electoral*, who at tlectiona vote foi the ninn
rather than the paity. will find it extremely
difficult ta choose whom to vote for at the approaching Federal election. Fred Stork, the sit-
ting member, who will no doubt a^ain be tbe
Liberal candidate, or George Bushby. recently
nominated Conservative standard bt-uror, ut the
party convention In Prince Kupert. In both men
the Constituency of Atlin will gave excellent m;i
tonal from which tO choose their represent;iliw
at Ottawa.
Fred Stork, being already wall known to ths
district, there is little need at this juncture to deal
with him. George Bushby, however, being anew
horse on the track, a short outline of the man and
his record miglit not be amiss.
.First of all, Mr Bushby is a native son of
British Columbia, having been born in Victoria, a
urundson of Sir James louglais, the lirst Governor of this Province, long before it ontoivd the
Canadian Cen federation, and when it was a Crown
Colony. Sir James l-ouglttss, by the way, wus u
most remarkable typo of thwso rugged pioneers
who were the foundation stones of the present
structure of civilization in Western t'snsds,
Inheriting many of his urMiidairo's qualitUti
Mr Bushby wus for muny yours prominoNtly associated with the Bulleu Shipbuilding Vurds at  Ks-
quuiiuit, und muny other |��rgl inteiest-i,  iu  pioneer industries,   Selling out to Yarrows,  the  famous Old Country   ahipbuildinn
firm some yours ����o und being a
real   Pioneer  Ity   Instinct,   Mr,
Bushby, ufleru few yours of re
tiremeiit, ciiiue north lo   Prince
Bupert, where   he  oniond   the
tow   I)ml    and   othwr   btisinesM,
creating tlm firm of Rupert  Mu
line Products Ltd.
Much In*veiled, well nud und
educated, wll'h a treiuendous
Ideal of I ho higher things of life,
und coming of one of British Columbia's pioneer families, Mr.
Bushhy 11.im u complete understanding of the needs of thi*
Province, and in Indeed wonder
fully we'l equipped to represent
any constituency In It, '
Ailln Im most fortunate in Mm
two men who will Rsel< lo reprn
MINKKAl. ACT
Certificate oi liapanveiaentie.
NOTICK.
Rufus. **** No. 1. Kufua No. 2, Ku
At*. N(.. :t, Rufus No. 1. KufiiH N... B
liufBl No. ti. Baby Rufus Fractional
Slide Fractional, Wuie Kru. Uooal, Sil
ver Fractional and l.onj*- Kr:ictinn:ii
Mineral Claims, situate in the IWtland
Canal Mining Division of C Malar Die
trict.
Where located: On Fnckson (.'reek.
Bear River.
Take Notice that I, Frank C. (Ireen
of 221 I'emlierton Bldg., Victoria B.C.
acting as atfent for liufu.s Silver-I.e;u'
Mines, I.united. Nun Personal Liability. Free Miners Certificate No.
01707C Intend, aixtj daya from the date
hereof, to apply t.> the Mining Recti*
der for   Certilicate   of    Impiw. meat)
for the purpate  of ubtauung  Ofcwwi
Qranta of the abo\ ��� claims.
And further take notice that iielion,
under aeetion 85, musi be connx iced
before the laaaance of tack Certificati
ij [mproveateBta
Llatejl   thai litli day   of   September.
\. LV 1924
IS
SYNOPSIS tf,
LAND ALT AMENUHENTS
HHU-KMMTION*
Vacant,      um.-i. i \. ,i.      mrveyei
CrOWa lunjJa mn) ti. -.up uiii'XhiI l>.
Itnllili Nul'.iJHia mor IX ><>��ia of na*
and  t'v   alien,  ou  iludaitug  Uii.uUui
to beosate Brttlab iiaSjoeta sondl
tieiiai   upuf   realdaaeo.    oeoueaUoti
and    liui��ovainuiil    foi      anil.iiUura
pwaooea
i''u i infoiinaOon eoaoernlna <aeu
i��ii��n.   ii<aauiiiia    pi. aiupdoni    -���
iiv.n iii bulletin No   i, I400I Sertea
"Mow   lo   I'i.j .nipt   l.niui.'   c��pli>a   ui
wbioh can i.i. obtained free of oborge
by u.i.ii������!.juik   in..    Deitaruneui   >e
l.amlM VlOtOna, H.C, or tQ any Ouv
.nim.nl   Aa.iil.
U.eenU nil ti. hi ant..I vuv.ilua
unly lund anllal'la lot aailcullui a'
|iuriio.*a,  and  which   la   not   tiuilini
iaiui, i*. caiiyinii over b.oiui board
f.'j I pel nel. w.-al i|f III. r.'.i-tl liana*
anil N.UUU ti.ni par aei. uaal nf Dial
liana*
At��|>llcatlona for pi** uniptlnn* ar*
In   ba   ...l.li...... ,l   in   Um   I .ii ml   Com
ini.j-ii.inoi of iiiii i .ui.i Kaaordlni i'i
vlalmi, In which tha land appllmt foi
la allual.d, and aiw iiiiidn, on |ilul*4
f.mii*.,   eopl.a  of  which   ciin   b*  oh
luineii fiom ih* Land Cemmlulonir
da ���...i-ii. I... iniiai hu nceuiii.nl t*[
five v.... unit liupuivainKiila mada
U> Valua or |ll) pur min, IIIUludlll|
olaailna a*id oitlltxMlkn-f at i.a.i ii\��
*-'i-��, linf.na a i'i.-w ii Hi. hi can ha
r.c.lv.U
I'... more dalallad lufuiniallou aee
On. iiuii.iiin "Mow in |>ra empi
l*lld,"
IMHIlllAM
Appli. ��U..iu. aia lanalva.t foi pur
oliaaa of vacant ami iiniaaaivad
Crown lamia, mu halna llml.mland,
for aailculiuial purpuaaa, uiluliuiim
pile, of flial nlaa* (aialdal laud la II
par acre, ami aanomt claaa laiaalui)
land in im par acf* Fuiihar lufnr
million laaanllna pureliiia. ur laaaa
uf UfOWn Inn.U la alien lu Hull.On
Nu, ll, !<amt Hailaa, 'Turiliaaa and
l.aaa* of i.'imwii l.aml*n"
Mill. fad.ii r, or liutiialilal all., oil
llr-il'.i Lid. nut .kjiirillna 40 iyiu,
may lie iiuniliaamt nr laaaail, Hi. ,t*n.
.tliinii. Iiieliiilliia p.vin.nl aat
aliunpaa.
HOMBSITS   L8ASSS
I   iinaui v.) ..I araaa, not ... ..,11,.. ie
acraa   may  be  laoaed  aa  lumiairtaa,
ei.iiillllonal    upiin    a    (twalllua    |.���|���tf
eraulad In tha neat year, title Indue
.hinil..pi.   .ri,,,   rtaldnmia  anil  Im
|ll III am.Ill     ei.nilllleil.     ai a      fiPflllaal
and land haa liaau aiirvay��4.
klASIS
I   foi   aiaaiua and   Induatrtat
rea.. aiaaa nol eaueaaiug tu
mar   ha  laaaart  by  eno eerdea
eoniiiaiiy,
I UKA/INO
ss-'S "iidsiSE1 ���*
*raalng 9*
auinbara ru._
����� aalaallah.l
SALMON RIVER BANKING COMPANY
HYDER,   ALASKA
(Incorporated    Ifnder   the   Laws   of    Alaska)
4    PER    CENT    P.H'rl   on   Savings   Bank    Accounts
Canadian Funds Accepted on Deposit.
Money Telegraphed to all Parts of  United  Statoi
J. A. Hai.1.. Prea.     I). I.lNI.EBdBO, Viee-Pres.    E   I). HADDON, I
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
YOU
aav vou have not tine today,
cannot afford it (Ins wax
will attend to it next w k
1'KOCRASTIN ATION
A habit that has Boat people all ..ver the
world thousands of 'iolLirs. and wi.I one
day cost YOU all you harve.
SEE
ROLSTON
And secure  protection in the 8tn
tire eoaraaniea In the Inanrance world.
Always Busy
Giving Hood Service
-Exchange Grill-
Fr��Pei Krt-atl and l*aislry   Kvery .Morning
Stile A^t'iit for   It raid's 'IVa and (olltc.
.1. i' Hawkinson, Prop,
STEWART LAND COMPANY. LIMITED
rounders and Original Owners
of STEWART TOWNSITE . .
Ill *l>  0*>KII K
101   IVml.ert.in Min, k, VICTORIA.   B. '
Kcal Kntuto   Insurants   Minos   Financial Affonts
ltotiKur   M.   BTBWART.       ��� ���      Pre��ldi>ni
idits for Kitii' iii nil parti ����f town
Liithtffs of pruosrUsi tor sals vrantsd
STEWARTI ANO CO,
Fifth St, Slew 1111.
fO.
����r-
aoree
or a
fold
M
auinbara rana
to aalaallahal
mar rena  1
iMaiiaaainei-i
Itermlw Mt
raayera aad
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Tht Mineral Provinco of Wtftarn Canada
Una kJfOdUOOd Minnriils VllUSd i���� follow!     I'lni'i'i  Unlil    .,; '"    ''
Ctodi Gold, 1118,888,085; Sllvtr,  188,588,886; Uoutl. ^.i   ,;,;|
Ooppsr,   1170,040,508;   Zlno, 187,804,756; Coal .*��� ^I
M8,1181 Building Stona, Brick, Oamant, |8B,416,2U4; MiwviisHt'fi-j
mtnartli, 11,408,8571 making Its mlnsral Produotlon i��tin il"1"'
iiil!;i ihow
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF 18*0,722*78:.
Tlm lUbatanllll PrOlfSII of tlie Mm ina Imlu-ln  In lill" >'��� "
ii itrlklnirl) Mhlbltod In Hn follnwlnr dgtirm, wliicli ��ln'�� |l"' y'n'"'
if IH'inliinlluii Im  |U00SS|lVfl llsn  vnii  iininnN     I "I   nil *l''"', '"
Inoluilva, 184,547,841; for fl vi yaan, 1800-1000, $87,<i<i7,!'i
ilvnyusi-H, UHM-liMh, #1)11,507,8581 for flv�� ysan, lOflfll;'"'
184,(7*1 for livn ynura, |QtLists, 1148,078,111111     fur Ilvo
1818.1880,  |188,988,7851  1881,  $2<otin,iHi:   for tlm ��� ���"
I85,158,848| md for li^i, 141,804,880,
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TBN vkai.'s. |H50,U!
Lodi mining hu only bun i" progw-ii for sboul;1:I \''';,
not sn pir mm. of Um I'niviimr* luis Dsnn ivt-n pron-,,ol,M
iiiuiri ii"i,<�� of unaiplorad iiuuhchi btsrlng lind im ��i	
pifillnf,
Thi mining i��wa nf tiit* r-rovlnoi in mon- iii��-rii <<w
lowir iimn thf*n af n��v p\hir Provlnoi I" '���"' noinlnii"
Miiliniy In fli�� BrttfVli lS\|lrii
Minni'iii looiMam in grsntid t" dliooviriri tur nnmin**1
Aliiniiiin Titiai iii i^Miimd by djivilqping moli i""!""11"1
iMirlly nf wlilah  ia fttHi-SatuViil hy (Irnwn (liiuit*
Full lnform|tlan, togithir wilh Minim Ropert" ind *���<""*
-�� Ibtlinid lint la hy e'lftlraanlnir
"���"K HON  TIIK, MMSINTW.n OF MINWI, ViM"        RrlH��*�� l*"1	
I1W
yi'llWi
IIIL'li,
i  il
Jim nu��
rm i""
,i nn' |'<"
ni m.'
mt, PORTLAND   CANAL   NEW8,   STEWART.   B. C.   FRIDAY, JUNE   5,  1925
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.
GUGGIES OPEN    \
SEATTLE OFFICE
m I
The   American   Smelting and
Refining Company,  a   powerful'
I'KOKEtiHfONML   C*\tt��S.
DALBY B.  MORKILL
BUNINO SURVEYOR
B. C.  Land Surveyor
STEWART. B   C.
Crawford Transfer Co.
FREIGHT CONTRACTORS
A(JENTS   FOR
COAL    ======= POWDER
CAPS      ��x>       FUSE
DOMINION   TIRES
AGBNT8 FOR   UNION  STEAMSHIP COMPANY
()Hice5th St.. Stewart.
STEWART BOARD OP TRADE
STKWAKT,   B. C,
MAPS and general information
ofthe Portland Canal District
may be had by applying to the
Secretary of the Board.
Hoard meets  1st and 3d  Tuesdays of each month,
Board Rooms
In the Center of Everything
In Vancouver
HOTEL  ST. REGIS
Vv
Gomar Seymour and Dunsmuir Streets.
W, W. II VIM.Ot k anil .1   B. WYARD,   Prop! and M��;ra.
SUITS, TOP-COATS, RIDING BREECHES Etc.
The Semi-Ready Limited of Montreal.
Thk LARGEST TAILORING. Firm in Canada
rbprhisntsd i-v
Sam. E. Wagner,   Stewart and Hvder,   II. C.
Guggenheim  mining house, en- ,	
gaged in the operation of smelters and mines, opened offices in
Seattle this  week, says  the  Alaska Weekly.    Tha Seattle office
is in aharge of Lewis A. Leven-
saler,   a   mining   engineer   well
known   throughout   the   Northwest.    Previous  to   locating   in
Seattle, Mr. Levensaler was  fori
15 years a field man for the Guggenheims,    making   his    head-
quarters at Cordova and Valdez. j
"Lead stouks   in   the country;
are short, and thare is a drive on j
to increase production." said Mr.
Levensaler,  adding  that there
was  a pronounced   increase   inl
mining activity generally.
The American Smelting &  Ue-
(fining Company owns two lead
smelters, on�� at Helena, Mont., I
and ene at Selby, Cal. The Tacoma smelter, owned by this ar-
ganization, does not handle lead
ore. The head office of the concern is in New York City and H.
A. Guess is the engineer-in-chief,
in active charge. Part of Mr.
Levensaler's duties will be to examine and report Oil mining properties  In   Alaska   and   licitisli
I Columbia on behalf *( the big
'mining   and   smelting    orgain-
. /.ation.
The American Smelting Aj lie-
lining Company, together with
the Keith-Untermeyer interests
of New York, controls the stock
of the famous Premier mine, in
the Portland Canal district. Re-
Cent reports from that district
slate that the Premier people
have the Dunwell property under
option and are sampling the
��� 'Riverside, Forty-Nine and other
v j properties there. They also hold
a substantial equity  in the IL C.
| Silver Mines, adjoining the Premier, and report says they have
made a very large offer in cash
i ta Beau re control of this big property.   All this shows the  in-
Icreased  interest ami activity in
i mining enterprises.
The American Smelting & Refining Company is a mining
house that does not have to hunt
money for its operations. It has
been in production for over a
third Ot a century, and while
primarily an ore treating concern, it is alse engaged in mining
on a large scale.
TUGBOATS
Kupert Marina Product*,. Ltd.
Geo. G. Bushby. man. oik.
Princa Kupert,     H.C.
ladies'
and
SHOES
It pays to get the best
And We Have Them
Men's
HARTT
^MAKDON
tU'RRAi
BEAM *.n
I.I  Kl   K
H.ZEFFERTT
SOLK AGENT OthvKNlTK\ CLOTHING
a. v
JOHN  HOVLAND
ASSAYER
Prompt and Reliable
Hyder,     Alaska.
S. BAZETT-JONES
Public Accountant and Auditor
Smith Bldg. - P.O. Box 796
PRINCE RUPERT,  R C
SHAMROCK
The lira ml that stand* fur
THK UR ON TBI TABU
Butter,  Eggs. Bacon, Hams,
Lard and Compound*
P, BURNS A (XX
JACK SCOTT.
Manager
PORTLAND CAnAL L0D6E
L. 0. 0, M. 1218
Mi'i'tn 2nd Thursday al Hyder, Ith
Thursday hi Sttwart
Kl R E
I,IKK
SICKNESS
ACCIDENT
F. E. GIGOT
INSURANCE
STEWAKT,   B. C.
HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT
A Real GOOD Hold
ll. IL ROCHESTER, Manafar
European Plan 11.60 per >lay ur
J
STEWART NEWS CO.
Agent For
Spalding's Sporting Goodi
and
Imperial Tobacco Company
Tho busiest camp in the Koo-
tenaye is Kimberley.
Alice  Arm camp has the earmarks of being n big producer.
TOM LEE
PLUMBER
Briqhtwei i. St.,   Stewart,
JOHN   WANDER
BARBER
Tourtit Roomii Stawarl
(J. C. Andrew
CUSTOMS HOUSE BROKER
AllKNT Knit
WINNIPEG   PiRe UNOHRWKITBRI
Stewart Lund Co. Ollice.
Btewart B.C
All the Latest Papers a-j�� Magazines
-** Cream and Candy Nol lone
CIGARS        CIGARBTTS        TOBACCOS
GllMOn Block ::--:: Fiflh SI reet
One of the biggest British iron
unit steel concerns operating in
nearly every part of the world
has decided to enter tho British
Columbia Held and has plans lor
establishing a smelter at some
place on tho coast.
COASTWISE STEAMSHIP
& BARGE CO, LTD.
Weekly Sailing! From
Stewart Direct To
Smoltera,
General Freight anu
Powder,
For Information Apply:
805 Birki Bldg.,
Vancouver, II. C,
- ��� �����
FKUMKNTO. KV AN, MncUUNKU, A 1U
520-521 Vniu-ouvcr HUu'k, Ytuuouvt-r. II. Q,
We are specializing in PORTLAND CANAL MlNlNvi S'V\W��vH,
Semi uu your buying or selling oi-l-i*.
We are in the market lor prospect* which will ataml atnet
investigation.
mmm OAiuy t soda mnwH
J. CAMPBKLL,
Home Mnde Ice Cream
FKOPKIFIVK
Fresh Milk
and Buttermilk
ICE    FOR    SALE
i i cam
BEAMAN BUILDING
One Pooi South ofj, w wiUoo
UNION STEAMSHIPS
t. s. s. Cardena laili from Stewart
Fvery MONDAV at MIDNIGHT for
Prinob Kupert and Vanoouvhr via way point*
T. s, 8, Cardena leave;* Vancouver every Fmp.w, ii p h
Prinoa Rupert Sunday, ip, m
For ai ion Arm, Anyox ami Stewart,
T. S, S. Vkntuuk loaves Vancouver e\orv Tuesday, Up  m
F*��r Prince liuperl, Bkeini and Nuns Canneries.
Beaervattom  anil all information from
Prinob Rupert Agent, .'mi Ave,, Phone imis,
HEAO OFFICES, Union Dock, ft. Can all ML   Plume Nf), M
SPRING STEAMSHIP MRVICK
s.s.  PRINCE RUPERT will sail from
Stewarl forPKlNOM KiTKitr, VANCOU
VKH, VICTORIA, SEATTLE ami  Intcrme
diate poind, each SUNDAY, al
13:00, noon.
S.S. "PRINCE JOHN" will sail from PUINGB IHU-KHT
rortnlghtly for VANCOUVER,   via QUEEN 0HA.tt.OTTl
ISLANDS.
PASSENGER TRAIN SERVICE PROM HUNCH! RUNRT
Trains leave Prince Kupert daily esi'ppt Sumlnv at II lit)
a. m. ForJaiper, F.dmonten, Wluolpt-M direct eunneetlimn
for all points Kant aud Smith.
For Atlantic steamship lliltnfl ami fiuthar In Toi mnl laa,
apply to It. F- McNaughton, District Nlltnftf Auenl
Prince Kuptrt, It, Q, PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART.   B. C,   FRIDAY. JUNE   5.  1925
FLY   TIME   IS   HERE
Keep your Home,  office or Store free from these little pests.
by using Screen Doors. Window Screens and Fly-Tox.    Come
in and see ua about them Now.
FURNITURE  &   BEDDING
VW shall ba ph-ased to have you call  an.)   insprct our stork of Furniture &
Beriilin-r, Linoleum, Rnjya, Stoves, Cooking Utensils, Crockery, (Jlnssware,
Table Linen. Cutlery, Baby CarrioKea, Go-Carta, Hardware,
Tools, Nails Ktc
KODAKS, FILMS, DEVELOPING and PRINTING
See us about your FIRE INSURANCE
We save you money both ways
Local Stocks | GRIFFCO WINCHMAN
******* by H W.M.Rolaton A Col I Jg  BADLY  INJURED
Dunwell was in good demand,
holding a  very   strong  market.
Harold  Bendoldt,   whose  address is 327 Quebec  street,  Vic-
UNIVERSAL SUPPLY CO.
Slh Street.   STEWART, B. (7.     G.W.Smith, Mffr.
Stewart Bakery
with * targe number ei shares itoria and who has eaen em
ehanjrinK hands, though this! ployiH, m wjnchman an the
stock slackened off over the weak j f^ghta? Griffco. was severely
end. L&L Glacier is in heavy injumi on Thursday of this week
demand, under reports from tha>! by bt?intf caUKht in the coirs of
local management   that   steady the wjtu.h wh,|e handling froiaht
FORD CARS and PARTS
GUTTA PERCHA TIRES.
Oils, Paints and Varnishes
shipments will be started  before
the end of the   present  manth
at the   Stewart dock.     One  of
his  legs  was   terribly   man-fled
Independence remains in active i am, H,.,)ari>t,t|y broken in two
demand with but few offerings. M|lu.0St ami he a-fj-jaJ internal
Local reports from the miae con-1 injurit.8( At this writinf he was
tinue very favorable and a bir 9Uf,ei ing from ihaak *e such Mn
enhancement in this stock ia ex.1 (ix^ntaa t0 niakt   ,   thorough
SPORTING GOODS
MINING SUPPLIES
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIALS
Reelnrar* Springs & Mattrrnu's .. Steamer Trunks
0. W. McLEMAN
Fifth Strrot
BT1WART.
I
BREAD
ICE CREAM
VEGETABLES
CAKES
CANDY
FRUIT
CAMPBELL & DUKE.
The New Stewart Cafe
Givk Us A Trial     Wk'll Do Thk Rkst.
Evtrythinir New and Up To Date.
SOMETHING FOR THE HOME FOLKS
A Complete Line of French and Puff Pastries
On hand at all times.
Try our 65c. Merchants' Lunch.
We Specialize iu Kills Uoffea
pected.
anamination  inadvisable.    It   ia;
Reports from the mana^-m-nt. not m*kfo his injuries will
of the Porter Idaho that they ex-1 pniV(, ,Mta|( th(Hljrh ho h���d an
pect to start tha rejrular summer transportation of hijfh-tirade
ore to the beach in readiness to
ship, has caused a l>i< demand
fer Porter Idaho stock and an
smelter returns coming in. a
much hitrher price is promised.
The Porfvr Idaho was   the   only
extremely close call.
Local Meetings
BELLVIEW   HOTEL, Ltd
MYDER,   B. C.
ALL NEW F.VF.RYI'HINt; HONK for your comfort
KLF.CVUIC HQHI8    TVi AND SHOWER WATIIS
Si    PER   DAY
Phonjc t Lo.m; Mr*.  Helen Bell,  Manager
mm
A Wku-omk Awaits Yon At Tiik
DOMINION  HOTKL
Victor.ii, B. C.
STEWART HEADQUARTERS.
200 ROOMS 100 BATHS
KvarythiiiH a Q000 HO rill, should bo
lial��a$l.Inland Up, Free   Muu.
StnI'UNN JONMh Proprietor.
as
saws*.
ROSS DAVIES LTD
\\ m. li l��l,l��.
Vietwlw
"IWUi IU.Ik
Hluwart
Kotiri HitiH.
Vanoeuvti
Npeeial Infortunium Service
lo .ill partioM mtoirnii.'d iii Purtluud Canal mlulim compuules
EininirieH Treated in Strleteat Ponlulenre.
Lt;
EXPLOSIVES
GIANT GELATIN
U the Ma feat and Moat Economical
BLASTING CAPS
SAFETY FUSE
j ETC,   ETC.
GIANT POWDER CO. OF CANADA LTD.
Vancouver Nanooao Hay
MVHUYTIIINU FOR ULABTINU.
U m during through ytiur dealer
ecifyQI^I^HTbrand
ltoiml of Trail*); Kirat ami tliir-t IW-
day avaatafaV
ii,>\ iaoatai Raea Friday t-nalai la
ll,.' M,>.������> llali.
Otttteaa1 AMeeletteai Beteai Tata
|daj nf aaah m<��iitli.
mine in Portland   Canal   district     HoaaiatJ laaie.1 afeeaiaf el th<- ii<K
except the   Premier,   that   paid | *���*��� ,,*��-> Baaala,   if mil faUaoafeiaaay,
. , . .    , ' MOXt OVl'IIIIIU.
for summer development bv   ore "...
UayalQeeei-ef Meoae s^o-m,! Timr��
���lupmeuts last yaar, fey ---------- tt Hy,l.-r. r..nr��irrimra-u.v
Marmot    Matals   remains   la Jetealaf al Stewart
���.,..*,* _     *   ,     i         ,             St. Mark's Clut-oa  Sarvloaaa-kaua
steady demand at enhanced   pn*!lli4> ,������ n( - ;(0    &** ai I al
ces.    Victoria Mines it beintr ac- Ilill e'eteei,   Caeti aratHM laM ��n
lively traded in and   when   the ^^V eeaajape,
Umt**vl sarvloaa  l'lul>    S��*,'��n��l   ami
actual plans of the company are n.unii IHroredaj tvaalaaa.
made puolic, this stock is looked
upon to rise in price.    Lakeview
reaiains steady, awaitiua  dtftkj
opments from the mine,
Local stocks elosad as  follows;!
Hid      Asked
B. C. Silver $    .       $ 1.80
Dunwell 3.20      g\M
1,lacier Creek ,1$)        .114
lndepoitdenci .11       .20
Indian .0(1        Ml
Lakevi.w ,86        ,M>
Pramler 180    8 BO
Terminus ,��� .dt)
lliver Crest ,li> it
L&L tjlauler Crook 'V, ,99
Viotona Mui��>�� ,2fi .-io
Mm in.>i  Mflals .11
Porter Lluho. Co. .20 ,20
RufuM .lit ,20
National Silver . ,2ft
Vancouver ,��� ,ft0
Ore Mountain ,��� ,2ft
Hay View .00 .124
11 l-     ���  ��� '������
VANCOUVER MINES LTD.
A limited amount of Treasury Stock now being sold
For particulars sao Samuel Deaehanpi
K��*pr��<sentativ��* at Stewart.   H. f.
If ini'MxaUHl in uny I'drtluiul Caaal 1'iain.i   itaeltl, writ*
S. f- KNKJHT & it)..    Fiscal Afeata,
Vancouver Hid*.. VancouMr, H, C.
^
BKNNKTTS' CHEMICAL LABORATORY
M j��, k. i Sir.**!,    I aroma. W ��*h.
KGl'KKSGNTS SHIITKRS AT SMELTER
Control Aaaaya for Shippers
ANDFRSON CAFE  -^ "ki.u ah:ssi n
Private iMiiiut.'.  Room  I or Parlies
Host Cook (his far North
(live I'm a Trial
Z*j
W.lhth*
Cream left lit!
L. Workman d Son.
BUY   LAMPS  TO   SPIT   PRKSKYI   VOLTAt.K
K'vn-)Oiiiik  far wiriiiR bulldinga.
l.ninp.H Proa led While Vou Wall
OFFICII  W   I'l'Uiir  NirvNi>i.i; \iiii,i;
Keep a supply
inyoiirphntry
Wiii��,l!,'n'oi.i.'a.
iimiwa.   V
a.
V
WA'IXJH
KKPAIItlNd
Oniors Promptly Filled
Ail Work Guarantied
S.  WU-ku.it*.
N.'ivi'll liinl.hiii',.
Stvwatl, II Q,
WIio'n Your ItroKei?
Mivwarl Nliaia* llumhl mnl m,.i,i
G.   F.  HARTLEY
M. ml., i \ ....,.,!., i Mltttlt l'.��> Imtta.i hl���,�� UII
!�����* ll*.il,,a��Mi   ��   VaiKMiavvi, N. 0,
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
Optui ll a.m. lo 0 p.in, (In
0lut)ln| Sunday, 1   Mi<smhmi<m
ilellverod In Slewarl, II, C.
Milling  IMeu  IMeel
AT 'I'llHI
CASTLE HOTEL
If you want to
HKIO YOUR I ItlPNDH
VVIhmi you noma lo
Vitudinivi-i
Come to the Piialle
GET OHI{ HID
un
Moving Thiil riri��hl
E, ARMSTRONG
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