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 provincial Library.
Victoria,
B. C.
THE NEWS WILL KKKL
VOL P08T1D ON THK
pifBIiOPMINT OF THi
MINIS    Ift.OO TIIK YKAli.
Portland Canal News
Dnntt��d ta th* IntrrvUe of th* Mm*i 0.<frtVf�� of   ,V*����*a��*v*(*H*. JtWf**A tVfa-^Kw
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VOL. 7. NO. M
RESUME WORK
ON LAKEVIEW
teaaaeesesa
AmbitI<M1I   Program   l.aul (
Out for Further Development no Leading- (ilacier
Creek Properly
STKWAKT,   IIKITISII   COLUMBIA,   KKIIVW,    ONt NMItKK  IL  UW{l
fc\ NO*  \ v \H   UVv the v\mv\
GETTING ACTION   j STEWART-HYDER LOCAL NEWS ���
Tftn   atrial   nnau -     J
FOR NEW DOCK
Mrend MraN   l\ lldlleft foi      N'vk Net-in  loll   f\\f  \ ao-vo
won L & L MINE      OPERATING CO,
RE-OPENING     BIG MISSOURI
The Stewart Board af Trade
had ii lieevy session  lest   Tuea
iley evening, dtaousstng aub.ioota,
from street lighting, new dorks,
^^^^^^^^^^^^ ineorporatton, to water for hath
���      ' - lill-!*.
Extensive operations ara to tu i grn9a* 10V0( ���ow miumgor ,M
anderlakan aaoa oa the Lake the Light aad Lower Co,, wai
view, aoeordlai io li P-Jtlll, preaent and tha Board took up
who ai managing engineer j with him the question of street
brought the property to lti pre* lighting' which, after thorough
,.,: stage of development.      Mr, dtsousMon resulted in   the   pass-
Hill was here over tho week ind||ng of an ippropi iation  for  in
miking the preliminary arrange*
ments, and loft for Vancouver
Monday night.    He  is  now In
tftanvlnul  Mtue*  tVi|H��ia
ttoii (Wrll fafjlrtj QW1
IV Him    Mv- ovui   MtlltlUI
tVm|vau>
\Wot th<> nvv-.*t laHmNug.
charge of tha woolaey group in
Kexolaioke Mnndey eight, vet \estenlev on Imame**,  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.Mr lad Mrs A, F, Young   led Sem IVlta ta now oooduotor ot     Opvvetvov*. aw to W iy.��e.m,-,L
f\  a ulrtv (oi e visit eutshlas a horae  slago   httwvvn   llvvlev'^ tw-j*-^ lha   I   fl   I   t^tt-M
Sev mevir v'empholl left yester and Slew ail                                  -.-.^  ^v*,*.-^ i \,   Miev   e  shot i
>ley to spend the winlev in   Yen Mrend   Mi* I  \   Hogwewoed j,,^^ e-*vetnl wM^   MftMVh
oouv,, lott <*�� .Seattle \e-*tet,lav lev.ait  -���������*,�� \\*-,  tiwm   who wtmvv-sP
MraP  H  IteeKualelt   Vhut* (uen-la to, a low week*,                v, ate,de\ (vote. Wmovwev    nu-11    ,M,vyM   ,������  WWM   ������-,,,.--*,������-,
J��y lore vcot  with   frond*  uv hNgeleon seek* oi Pmvwell oiy xxho ,,M ^H,-- m,-VM*-(>.,| ftpevtl j-foxvlopwivnle \\\ tht* dodtwi tov
California, were *otd out Momlav   night   to L^-Jpe^    tAw m eil\ IM o \, m\ ,,-,--, ..,,,,,-,, \\w ||k| oi kv   |0J
L.Joavm  viee   preawlenl end the eont|ven\v* \ lelone etll,I        M, u ,xy,-   jyy   ^   HMoei*ivd> NhlOUWl hv ih,^endatsl  Mutes
Raid manager   of   Iteylei   Hro* It   IVewaon, en ohltmvei   Iimw vv���^ ,-,��� ^iV,doouvent ot aome ot v vMvvM*|\oo ie vh>>   Hu, Muaoun
Ltd,, haa gxme to IVru loe\temt V-��heiofi, em\e,l Motwlev  night the |,^hm^m,, i,,e* onho ,h*    ^h|h||V   e ,u��\\   vvnj^,vi-.atie,v
th�� company's dtamaad vinilmu nadhaaiaaoaleHtHa Mhenv. k^t^ atitMat with thi i*tajilo4 \voiuvv-o ta   wm al *.wh��\v,
���tallationof atraat lights at thai*1 **!** Mu{ *""*X* ** '" ",   ^y\m'"{ ^{[ f*^ ��ndhit HwultJ  rat Man ttM ^v wm^ uudei the lew,
oornereanapoaeioi) in the can l^ #haatrlve^fra��4M south ollwataol thak^rajat valrei tat nm   Hahaatahaa aHirta wt
drs ot the block I on fvih   etreet'           ,      ,       . .               .,_   , .,,,,. ���i,���i,,M
yeslenle-i, hes   taken   ooiuno\uil e lew monllia
from the Intimity lo t'onway at.
���   I.     , , ,      ���!...���      .,   ;    - ^^    Jilmina Mr .le��aon'a eheenoe
tin-Ivuvelstoke tlistriet    tor   tltei    To, rospon.lenoe  wee   reiol   to
Birnier Metala Oorporattoa,  u|nMl, ,,,������ (lu, ,,V(,(,,.H,  1V),U( L...       oniinni
United States eoneern.    lie has, I ,,��������� (1, p.i.lu-\\ ,��� l��� ,��� oonn.v    rUDLlL   OUnl
lunvever. heen retuineil in u eon��|^on W1,|, ,i,(, oonatrUOtton of   in '
suiting i-apaeity hy the Lakeview
company, end will visit this property oooaatoaally as the need
illlSCS.
Mi     an,I     Mim   tterr\
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   . vuvetovl lot tho o\piv**n   pvopo*e
tholv^ I onh allot uivovv) tt  a|NV( NiovohMm,g ami o|ioialmg  tho
oreaaed dock accommodation for
Stewnrt. Loiters wore nlso rend
I rom Mr Fred Sloik. M. I', for
this ruling, and the managers ol
ENTERTAINMEN1
NN   thotNvnahesemtoativvn, h^.  \\^m\ whuh   was  le��l
v\vlo,,ne end   child   el    Hv,te,      M, hvuU������u vonovv vv ilh -|u tug hoedod to   the   memUid
oa.no to Stow at t   tlou   wook   to   k ^VV ej ^e^ ta ami   ttit!   ta|M M^oiddow! d   hv    IheUI
loatile     Mi Vooh.auo ha, 0,-en   ^ ^^^ ^ ,vim���yuHl, *{*
odahetho. ahopimlMllh   Stmt  ���., ^ iM^ ,     ���,. ���(|,  -^ %\
noMioihoAnilorsonv^efe, ���iW Uhaal  ttaaanOwHM   No
Knioat Lova- vvho ant\,'vl leat
LndorinstruetUmhv   Mlas M    >''��"^'>> it��m rum o Umvii to
Bt Hendaraon, prtnetpal al |��el*****&��*r*i ^ --** u'Hl l,��M
woh ow, ouooallv |Uttd fUtllteV
t'llw,, j o, ih.'   now    oompenv
,u>   tu  pert  to   It v-*geed,   ef
Under Mr Hill's manageaient the various itaaraahlp oornaa Wih.H(,h()0li Hlu) LiMM;,,-.,������,,  and pawat pletvt, he* juatpad tn
.1 t>.il Hi)1 .*,.��.�� I t ���>-!>. ,11,1 a, ki II   ilti.l   !    ...     lulii... I a. 1 ... I  I. t ., i....jl ..II . -   I L I     i i
H level, almllUM   vlovv n   the   toll I \UuvU   vv ,���M,| ,v ��� w    11(, ������.,
ihe   veins'   ooourrencaa   wereJnlea plying into this port,  all
clearly daftaad by extenatva un*
teauher   af   tha  Intermediate I-*--* -n*"*���*-"** hai haaavatj
fflMU No v> end tatmug ahout U\��
tool of additional depth     ihe
tmiiiol win tm -.m adit, dtivon ot,
the Veil liom   the  poitel,   and
snipping and open eutting. Work [ Lul,lie   Werks,    Hon.    Pr. .1. II
neeeaaary for the next year van; Kl
new he dene "by the map"   and
'. is not necessary for him to  ho
here ooatinuoaaly,   Teadara will
bl railed for at omv far oarr.v mg
iilu'tul the present pluns  hv   eon-
tract  Thaaa e*ll  for drifting
o'O'idotii It V Hi-,,ton, | U
ion,,, iniiouki nt-rn. Heairal 'set'
Igai    Huu,   town.,ni,l    ,..medl
jtnu ouuiuooi, v  i   ISitaraaUi
^^^^ supporting  the  reiptost   of   the'    _, .        ,   .. ~   -."'". 'bu��\ going ovo, ihmim gone,,illy 	
i i        , i i.       ,      , i  . , gieviea,  pupils   ot   ino   m��wmii, ���'   auwun o.ieu   tip   a   eonmvioieeteia.,.,.,.,,.,.!...!.,..-
.lergmund explore tien. ami  mir   lioar.1.    A letter was else   rea,L^ ^% ^   work|n|( ^     The Uev   \N allot Alio,,,   It, A,,L |y   ^hteA^trali    abUUt    Nt    ^^^^
tteaprospecting   hy   nuans   ���l,rom the   Federal   Minister   of   fc        w  Jru,H(  s.     V,(���,vv,    V  A  -     I,   i',i.,u   ,,,���>���
slnmiinir nml mwiieiitliiiir. Work Ipublio   Warlta,    Hon.    Pr. .1.11.   ' Uuooi I    vv ,11 ,.,ou h oi   ������    M ,   . 'I l.o.u i M.. (., ,.,���,,, ,(,   ���
non,am ovo. uinl,-,tnkon in ihis '^u'lt. vv.ii |,,aiii oi   i   niete    ���.,  ,.t |ltM(1,,,,. ,���lM���ltl,, . ,.,,
King, to the effao thai  Inatruc      , (1���     ,������ ,.    0I h, Slewt   r,1       u ( w|, '       " -'"'   	
******* *���** l* d to (,-l I will be give viuoii,.,..   ; iM* MM    l^lai    ,,;;,,;,/,;  tl ,   J'"'  	
Depgrimant'ienffiaeara to eu��LM -,.., IH ll(i, ,.,���., J!"     will take I i  i   ipeolal   "^1^1?  ''   "' *"   	
 * .nd ��� i,..l,M:>    *        ,' i.jiiiii,.,,'    """"N ,,>"    '"    irai etl   ' I   fai
ot
es
ihle atuouitl ui  ttttim   inu
love
ami i
��� foot on the thin    	
"praising 240 foot to tho seeond; |    An important   itote   waa   the
mil at omv Plans  and   ���peolAoa*  ,>lil1in>,ll,llll, lU s e',loik, mluos    WlththaChuil    ��.ng.ug   an   SS> ^^	
turns in order thill prov ouen   ran ! ,(|(Ml iinllM l)0 vVl,���.     II,,,   fgetil\****** 1 '"'���    CrOaaillg lltel ,      ,    ,
bamadainthe eatlmatea to baLN (0 .miU to the aurahaaa of a ���*w" lo aattlan hy Uii IfWlrtok
brought down In PwHameot.|phwo|tri^ thauaaol whlehla(Bl>w** Co��i��ttaioa will e-
whloh ��peril Jan. 9th
ittisiiig 1110 feet from No.  1 level
!" the surface, and driv inn a :if��u
ool oroaaaat toiateraeol the No.
I vein at a depth   of   I. >   feet
lli'i��;ing by tlie ore already da
becoming    general    th.oughoul  '��-"*d he at P i,v rt, ,u,
tha Public sehoola  ol   lhe   innii
tiont ns i medium foi Initi ut i1'1"
in va. ions liuea.       I'lie   pu>gi ,,m
lo i>o preeenled li ea tollowai
Tart   I.
motion paaied requeattng tha re
habilttation of ex tiling tratli be
tween Stewarl and \\ lagraph
Creek, and the ooaatruotloa oi
lomeasmlteaof now trail ��PIGROrull ^Canada."
Ball-Irvlngriver from tha out ],,���������,���,���������, Kaatutloahj three
uidii"
l'lay,    The v'ounii.v etmiaiu.'
veloped   tho   work   U   outlineil, ,���.,, ,,-vmK ,,,, , ,,,.,,,   .,,�����   ,.,.,    .
sboVI should   result   in   opening . |V| ���|' Jtowsei lake   to   Iho   tele  j
ul�� a larger  tonnage   than   that [graph trail.    Tho attitude  taken
iilroaily assured. waa that OOnatrUOtlon of  I  toad
rlanttaf Ota i-Yoai Indian
\ ihlpmenl ol ore  from Ihe
Indian mine I, beiai m v-uiuulalevl
at      I hiiloen lUlil   and    v\ ill   ho
hauled iion, there lo Ihe x\o, i \\\
the neei Inline
DRIVE TUNNEL
ON THE ALBANY
At a generul meeting   in    Vie
h-ria, when the eonipany vleeide.
si��:mvu i:n UM UANCfci
would eost too   much   monov    ,il
i preaeat while tf thia trail Is pul
poa the preaant pragram,  Mr through, It will ope., the ^-aL^*^ ,,ll(Ulh ,,atki
Hill staliHl that osten.l.nn    Iron. |!lIU| ,���ake   Stewart   Hie   ��mlo. ,        {^    V-U|((n   Mil(, ,���    iU
Keeiiation,   I'al llauiol,, i
I'm Prill, flight >-i, i ,
'l-'ivo Little Chiekewe,
���l-v third level to the sur face  an , port   for  the    I'elegraph   I'reek
0,'t' shoot had been determined
thai averages $110 per ten in gold
slid ill var and has e  (Otal   value
��f ll85,0Q0t a second ihaol of the
t'lly   Mouae."
Souga ol   the   t amp    I m
and   Deal!   Lake   eounhv,    Iho
winter mails going ill via il       \a|
gltla.
travel developed this I .ail   oould |,
. I living Nlaluea.  _______
ho eonvei led into a wagon   rued, ' .
|t��lav,   Strike In Santa I laae
���IN
"ame oharaaaii af ora on No.   I'openlngaoouatry axtraordlnat
llVll has | value of 180,000,   Be* Hy   rich   i"   imlvmnl   leaouuou
hv,'��,n these shoots is a horiion bringing to Stewarl gi��'aiiv   In
"I 860 foot of vein as yet   m.ex
plorad,
ll ll hoped that tho suggested
ooQafoot Iroaaaut tunnel will out
as l��rge a hmiy of ore as lhal
��P*aad up in the lower tuniu'l ol
�������� I'.ttiperor, us the   north  and
tootheaowlaf.of the Lakevliw
'��� "iitloiihtetlly aeoutinuution of
���hiiaraa Ussure khttoarriai thi
Op��onthl Kmperor.
-���hi ingtna, oomprauor, drllli
,|l'Ht the mino are   in   punier!
Wjfklngwdarj tht winttr'a wood
i'i,.���,..eil hu lltieil and al Iho aeuie
In,io giving the lelegiMph tioel,
diatrict gtoaiiv Impraved wlntai
transpoilaii'in.
The Serv Ice Club in holding
their h. monthly card aattn and|
dance konlghl al thi elub raoni
ih out! iteoui "��t \ niowihidihavi
bean built, snd Ihen 11 wu  "l
Hio I'.unpa ..iilh.'ienl   aspplv   OJ
uli md urouirii i to lait until Iht
imii ii opeii m ii"1 i#.rlnii
e a
I ami
Pol II
Ohorua,    lllanl Nigh!
I'lav. "aauta Clan ia'i Is  itaat,
h* itUatlon, i 'ai. HoNtiuan
Pull, l7.ght ho.va
"Ovei lit lhe  Meadow
Ballet Pame, Margarel I uu iu
ihl
\ ,Su. pi i IS    to,    S.inl.i I 'ui
reon  I.,. I.
i he Hungi i Chltkaai,"
:,li,idoo i i.uiha
|'|���,        I lie t;,.l,|, i. iiooae
i i,t,ihm.   iiioii ii.* Herald An
gets Ming,"
(hia \\ lull) will ho i\oit\> h,   eon
.. i in   too foul        iii.
ii i ietiioujiaimg bean lakt h
   hv   loli  W.,Him'   vooilo, .'I    iho
KNJOYAttLfe! M'T.-tin m>'i" "v ��"'ho  iibatt,  ^uilui
t o, a i laae iui o iralluk
a mo.i enjoyable event au tit Yaaeauvai    -^* Walklw
spent   el   the   I'stiovl    lai'VlCel llhl  lltlaad,   c1-!'"!   M   HgU   '������
Club .ion. i,o tiiiiav evanltiM ","1,   Iht    img Itaviim I	
in thl opei,! houae,  I'V    a    uoivd   llUlil   it"d   I��� > ��� Iv,,,�����< .> .
ll.el laved the    enpum,    p|    Hie   iii, nl�� innii.   I'l l"te inn,..      ii.i
Raw    I "I'l ltd"" kaatra wai    v luum Hi ai Inn tl    ���*>
organlied fai * i   ��� mt  ,,,,, ,,i u,, ,. ,,,a. ..,<,.
ilallui oi \\t>. i on- .on .u  ,ii, ���i mnl, m , ||   !<,. i .i. i  |i
plana, J I* laarlalt vlalln,   o"1
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.n ihav   tl   Irat u
im.iid  ii  Weitig h Itigli ���' ide
aol.l ..li .i ....     .. - ,i    ,,,   ���iirt,
i ti' iv4 Ik il ������' 'i" I*ih mil i aud
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^^^ .davaiaptuant euiupany, and ������*���*
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laiilai PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS.   STEWART,   B. C  FRIDAY,   DECEMBER  11, 1925
M.   W.   M.   ROHSTON
Ettitor whI Publisher
W. Ra HULL
Newa Editor
MSismss   *r *****  wkbsxv   niwsmwr aaaottaatos
KITE  DOLLARS   PHR   YEAR
ASvartlalng   Rate*:
Naptav Advertising, SO canta par inch per issue*   Reading
NaSWa. ai centa per Ihte.
-^wcial PeaiOen  Display or  Reading,   25 per cent above
i*a*,#r�� rale*.
Isn gtleaU of Improvement, f 15 fl' more than one claim,
WW far eaoh additional claim mentioned)
Ltand Netice*. $19.   Coal Notioea. |7.   Water Notices, $10.
Ne Ad-#e*tielnf Accepted for Hire* Page
Th6 Portland Canal NeWS   [Iritis estimated to exceed 1924 by at
least $12,000,000, reaching a total production of $60,000,000, and with producers
coming in, in 1926 a greater increase will
be recorded for that year over 1925; in fact
the production for 1926 should total $75-
000,000, with 1927 being still greater.
These figures should prove very interesting to those who, by being out of touch
with the mining industry, are inclined to
think that mining has reached the hey
day of its production, and that even at
that it is not a real permanent factor in
the development and business life of this
Province.
A casual consideration of these figures
and predictions, in conjunction with a
rough survey of the industry, should be
sufficient to convince anyone that the prophecy contained in these columns a short
time ago, to the effect that the mining industry in this Province will, in a few
years' time, have a greater value of production than agriculture, fisning or lumbering, is certain of fulfilment.
It will be British Columbia's premier
industry for many years, distributing
millions for wages, supplies and materials, to say nothing of dividends. It will
be the greatest incentive to greater agricultural production and increased manufacturing, the basis of the greatest prosperity that this Pacific Coast Province has
ever known.
Silver, oz.
Copper, Ib.
Zinc, lb.
Caal, tons,
Gold, oz.
Lead, lb.
1914
3,602,180
45,009,699
7,866,467
1,810,967
247,170
50,625,048
MINING IM B. C. BRILLIANT FUTURE
THE REPLY of the Minister of Mines
to a question asked in the Provincial Legislature recently by Mr. H. F. Kergin,
brought out some very interesting figures
in connection with the increase of the
mineral production of this Province dur.
ing the past ten years, and in such a way
as to impart their significance to even the
layman in mining, in the most forceful
manner.
The quantities produced in 1924, as
compared with 1914 were:
1924
8,341,768
64,845,393
79,130,970
1,930,526
268,753
170,384,481
From these figures some remarkable
increases will be noticed; for instance, the
production of silver increased by 4,639,588
ounces; copper production increased 19
835,694 pounds; zine production experienced possibly the second greatest increase,
being 72,224,503 pounds greater than in
1914; but without doubt the most remarkable increase of all is lead, the production
of which increased for this ten-year period
120,759,433 pounds, or 600,329 tons.
While this increase is most satisfactory, offering as it does positive proof of
the progress within the Province of the
mining industry, it must be borne in mind
that it is by no means all, and that while
production in the past few years may have
been rapid, it has not been any more so
than the resources fully justify, and in the
future promises to be still more rapid.
For instance the value of the total
mineral production for 1914 was $26,388-
825; in 1924 it was $48,704,604, or $22,-
315,779 greater than in 1914,  while for
De. H. A. Whillans, Physician
and Suisreon, Office, corner 6th
and Victoria Sts. Hours. 12
o'doek, noon, to 3 p. m., and by f
appointment. I
DAL'BY B. MORKIfcL
MINING SURVEYOR
B. C. Land Surveyor
STEWART. B. C.
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Stewart,  B. C.
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There is nothing in life so cruelly unappre
ciative as the Public. History down through the
ages is crowded with instance-:, uf both great men
and women, who in the service of the people gave
of their very best, and to do so made great personal sacrifices, only to in the end be dragged down
and repudiated by the very people for whom they
worked and sacrificed.
The most resent repetition of this old story
is Herbert Greenfield, until recently Premier of
Alberta. Not wanting political honors, only wishing to lead a quiet life doing what he could in his
own sphere, he was after great pressure induced
after the elections of 1921, though not a member
of the legislature, to take the Premiership of the
Province, which position he held with credit to
his Province until last month, when certain elements within the ranks of his party succeeded in
throwing him overboard into the discard.
As reported he left office witheut even one
sign ef well wishing from the members of his
Farmer Party, who for some four years had used
hii* te the advantage of their party and themselves.
"Back to the farm for me" was Mr Greenfield's only remark on leaving office, "I am
through with politics for good and all." He evidently appreciated Shakespeare when he wrote:
"Blow, ye wintry winds, blow���
Thy tooth is not so unkind as man's ingratitude."
��� SYNOPSIS OF.
L4ND ACT AMENDMENTS
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exploration work what tho X-Ray is to
surgery. The one sure mtthod of
obtaining exact geology. InvaluabU
for determining tho most suitable system (method) to adopt for proving,
developing and mining ore bodies.
Heavy and light portable gasoline, and air powered drills
located in various districts.
Hand powered drills fer inaccessible places-
History of work, log of holes, graphic map and detail ef
drill results by our staff when desired.
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BUDGET SURPLUS
The statement issued by the
Hon. J. D. McLean, Minister of
Finance, in his opening speech
introducing the Budget in the
Provincial Legislature recently
to the effect that the Province
this year has a surplus of revenue over expenditure amounting
to $156,1)00, the second since 1917
and that next year would witness a still greater surplus, in
spite of proposed reductions in
the Income and Personal property taxes, is without doubt the
best news that this Province has
had for many a day.
For this good work the Minister, Hon. J. D. McLean, deserves the graatest possible credit,
which the Portland Canal News
hastens to here accord him.
PRE-EMPTION8
Vacant, unreserved, aurveyed
Crown lands may be pre-empted b>
British subjects over 18 years of ag*,
and by aliens on declaring* lntantlon
(o become British subjects, conditional upon resldenoa, occupation,
and Improvement for agricultural
purposes.
Pull Information concerning regulations regarding pre-emptlona 1*
given In Bulletin No. 1, Land Series,
*��*How to Pre-empt Land," copiaa ef
which cun be obtained free of chajrg?
by addressing Uie Department Ot
Lands. Victoria, B.C, or to any Government Agent.
Records will ba granted covering
only land suitable for agricultural
purposes, and which Is not. timber-
land, I.e., carrying over 6,000 board
feet per acre weat of th* Coast Rang*
and 8,000 feet per acre east of that
Range.
Appllcatlona for pre-emptlona ar*
to be addressed to the Land Commissioner of the Land Recording Division, ln which th* land applied for
Is situated, and are made on printed
forms, copies of which can be obtained from the Land Commissioner.
Pre-emptions muat be occupied for
five year* and improvement* marie
to value of $10 per acre, including
clearing and cultivating at least tlvt
acres, befot ��� a Crown Orant' can b*
received.
For more detailed information eea
tho Bulletltt "How ta Pre-empt
Land."
PURCHASE
Appllcatlona are received for purchase of vacant and unreserved
Crown lands, not being tlmberland,
for agricultural purposes; minimum
price of first clasa (arable) land la fl
per acre, and aecond-claas (grazing)
land |2.60 per acre. Further Information regarding purchase or lease
of Crown lands is given In Bulletin
No. 10. Laud Series, "Purchase and
Leaaa of Crown  1 jukIh."
Hill, factory, or industrial sites on
timber land, not exceeding 40 acraa,
may be purchased or leased, th* con-
dltlons Including payment of
atumpage.
HOMESITe LEASES
j Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding IS
acres, may b* leased a* horaealtea,
conditional upon a dwelling being
erected In the flrst year, title being
obtainable after residence and Improvement conditions are fulfilled
and land haa been surveyed.
LEASES
' For graalng and industrial pur\
poses areas not exceeding 840 acraa
may, be leased by one person or a
company.
GRAZING
Under the ��razlng Act th* Province la divided Into graalng districts
at)d tha rata** administered under a
erasing Commissioner. Annual
gi��slng permits a*** issued baaed on
' numbers ranged, priority being given
to established owners. Btook-ownera
may form associations for rang*
management Free, or partially traa,
ita are available far aattlarat,
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Real Estate   Insurance   Mines   Financial Agents
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Listings of properties for sale wanted
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $77,382,f53;
Lode Gold, $118,473,190; Silver. $08,824,579; Lead. $70,5-1 ft
Capper, $187,489,378; Zinc, $32,171,497; Coal and Coke. $260.-
880,048; Building Stone, Brick, Cement. $48,225,814; Miscellaneous
minerals, $1,431,349; making its mineral Production to the end ol
1924 show
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF ��859,127, !Si
The substantial progress of the Mining Industry of this Province in   l!
exhibited in the following figures, which show the value of production I' i
cessive five-year periods: For all years to WK, Inclusive,  $94,547,241;_ tor i ������
years 1896-1000, $.57,605,967; for five years 1901-1906, 196,607,968; for five \ea '
1906-1910, $125,534,474; for five years   1911-1916,   $142,073,608;  for live
1916-1920, $189,922,726; for the yea. 1961, $28,067,641; for the year    19",
158,843; for the year 1923, $41,304,326 and for 1924. $48,704,604.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS. $372,604, G41
Lode mining has only heen in progress f<?r -ikiUt 25  ��� '
only about one-half of the Province'lia-i beenprospected;20(i,<"Mi sq iuri
of unexplored mineral-bearing land are open for prospecting.
The mining laws of this Provinoe are more liberal nml t'"'
lower than of any other province in the Dominion, or any Colony in the
Empire.    Mineral locations are granted the discoverers for nominal tee
Absolute Titles are ��*tainod by developing such properties, s
curity of which is guaranteed by Crown Grants.
Full informatien, together with Mining Reports and Naps,
be obtained gratis by addressing
TH* HON. TUB MJNWTER OF MINES, Victoria. British Col""''1"1
N. B.-Practically all British Columbia Mineral   Properties uPon Wj^rU ���|
velopment haB been done are described in some one of the  annual    WP   ^ (
the Minister of Mines.    Those considering mining investments should
such reports.   They are available without charge on application to CM     Hg(]fl|
ment of Mines, Victoria, B. C.   Reports of the Geological Survey 01      ^
Pacific Building, Vancouver, are recommended as valuable sources o
mation. PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.C.,  FRIDAY,   DECEMBER  11,1925
Eat, Drink - Be Merry
For Christmas Comes But Once a Year
Have you got the ingredients for your
Puddings
and
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NUTS, FRUITS, RAISINS
For Dessert-,
Then select early from our high class line of
CHRISTMAS STOCK
ROAD AND TRAIL
APPROPRIATIONS
eration of the fact that all ore
shipped is crude. It is doubtful
if another mine can .be found in
the province to return such high
values without milling.
J.   W.   WILSON
5th and Columbia St.        :-:       :-:       Stewart,   B. C.
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Crawford Transfer Co.
FREIGHT CONTRACTORS
AGENTS   FOR
COAL
CAPS
POWDER
FUSE
DOMINION   TIRES
AGENTS FOR   UNION  STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Office 5th St., Stewart.
STEWART BOARD OF TRADE
STEWART,   B. C.
General   information   of the
PORTLAND CANAL
DISTRICT
supplied on application to the
Secretary, Stewart, B. C.
Board meets 1st and 3d Tuesdays of each month,
Board Rooms
Proposed expenditures for
roads, streets and trails in the
various electoral ridings of British Columbia for the year 1926
were given in the Legislature by
Hon. Dr. W.H.Sutherland, minister of public works in answer
to questions presented by Mr W.
A. McKenzie, (Simalkameen) as
follows:
Alberni $47,500, Atlin $50,000.
Burnaby $10,000, Cariboo $70,000
Chilliwack   $31,000,    Columbia
$40,000, Comox $55,000, Cowich-
an-Newcastle $40,000, Cranbrook
$50,000. Creston $50,000.   Delta
$25,000. Dewdeney $40,000,  Esquimau $40,000.  Fernie $35,000,
Fort    George,    $68,000,   Grand
Forks-Greenwood $45,000Islands
$33,000, Kamloops $50,000, Kas-
lo-Slocan $68,000,   Lillooet $48,-
' 000, Mackenzie $25,000,  Nanaimo $15,000, Nelson $3000,  New
. Westminster $1800, North Okanogan $45,000,  North Vancouver
$2500,   Omineca 70,000,   Prince
; Rupert 27,600, Revelstoke 38'000
Richmond-Point    Grey    12,000,
Rossland-Trail   18,650.   Saanich
6000, Salmon Arm 28,000, Simil-
kameen 40,000,  Skeena 50,000,
South Okanagan 40,000,   South
Vancouver 3500, Yale 50,000.
Those who have had the stamina to read through this array of
figures may be as disgusted as
is the printer. You will have
noticed that we ran short of dollar marks before the list was
finished; you will also have noticed that the government is
very generous in building roads
for American tourists, as compared with its assistance to the
wealth-producing districts.
Since work was started on
their recently-acquired White
Swan group, the tunnel has been
driven over 100 feet, and last
week a fine body of ore was uncovered in the tunnel. On the
Henderson property Mr Turner
has plans for sinking operations
in the near future, and all the
necessary pumps and fjther mining machinery have arrived for
the new development work.
ANYOX HAS NEW
SUPERINTENDENT
W. R. Lindsay of Engelmine,
Cal. has been appointed general
superintendent of the Granby
Consolidated Mining, Smelting
& Power Company plant at Anyox. He succeeds J. B. Haffner,
who has resigned t�� become general manager of a big copper
company in New Mexico. lhe
new general superintendent is a
graduate of the University of
Washington, and has had charge
of extensive mining operations
in Alaska.
Charles Wing has resigned as
superintendent of employment,
housing and community facilities
for the same company, after
having been with them lor 13
years. He plans taking an extended heliday.
ANDERSON CAFE ^delicatessen
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MEAL TICKETS $5.50 for $5.00
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Oils, Paints and Varnishes
SPORTING GOODS
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ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIALS
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STEWART.
HENDERSON DAILY
OUTPUT TEN TONS
That the daily production at
the Henderson property on Hudson Bay mountain had been
worked up to ten tons: that
the proven ��re bodies assured
production at this rate for approximately 18 months without
any new development; and that
a very encouraging showing ot
ore had been opened up in the
development tunnel being run on
the White Swan property, were
statements made by J.R.Turner,
engineer in charge of the operations, during an optimistic re-
view of progress at the Duthie
1 mine while in Smithers last week,
says the Interior News.
Since Mr Duthie regained control of the properties known as
the Duthie mine after their abandonment by the Guggenheims in
July of last year, 22 carloads of
ore have been shipped to the
smelter, and the shipments continue at the rate of a carload
every five days.
Values continue to hold good,
and after paying all freight and
treatment charges the ore is returning close to $90 per ton���a
remarkable showing for a property supposed to be damned with
disabandonment. and in consid
Will Develop Snowflake
G. W. Ellis, late of Vancouver!
and one-time   sawmill   operator
furnishing Grand Trunk Pacific
construction in  Western   B. C,
was in Usk recently to complete
arrangements    for   preliminary
development    of   some   mining
properties in the   vicinity.     He
has bonded the Snowflake group)
of 23 claims, which  are situated
on Kitnakwa river, a branch of
Copper river,   at   28-mile,   and
owned by   John   Gabriel.     Mr.
Ellis intends to devote the winter to active development of the
property, the mineralization   of
which consists mainly of native
silver and some sulphides carrying silver.
MINING ENGINEERS
PROSPECTORS AND
INVESTORS
We offer relinble information rei*ardinff any
phaue of minini* development in Britiah Columbia, or general information concerning any
mining properly in the Province.
Keep in touch with mining developments in
B.C. Official reports show that its mines have
already paid $711,0(10,000 in dividends. l'roa-
pecting during the last few yearn haa reiultc^
in moat promising discoveries.
GET THE FACTS
We arc not interested in any mining property. We have no stock to sell. We are a semi-
public body organized to disseminate authentic information concerning the mining Industry of B.C
Addtess enquiries to Secretary,
B.C. Chamber of Mines, Suite P,
438 Pender St. W., Vancouver B.C.
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and with it the inevitable question
WAat SAall I Give
What could be more practical than
A Visit to Zeffertt's?
Let us help you in your selection
from a large and varied stock of
Gifts suitable for Ladies & Gents
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H. ZEFFERTT
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STEWART,
B. C.
Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Chickens
Place your order early.
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Home Made Ice Cream Fresh Milk
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ICE    FOR    SALE
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UNION STEAMSHIPS
The popular T. S. S. CARDENA sails from Stewart
Every Monday at midnight for
Prince Rupert and Vancouver via way points.
Northbound;���
T. S, S. Cardena leaves Vancouver every Friday, 9 p. m.
" " " Prince Rupert Sunday, 8 p.  m.
For Alice Arm, Anyox and Stewart.
For further information, Reservations Etc.
Apply W. J. CRAWFORD (Crawford Tranfer Co.) Agents.
Ollice 5th St., Stewart.
Prince Rupert Agent   2nd Ave.   Phone 568
HEAD OFFICES, Union Dock, ft. Carrall St.   Phone Sey. 306.
Insurance
See
Rolston
STEAMSHIP and TRAIN SERVICE
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT leaves STEWART for PRINCE RUPERT, VANCOUVER. VICTORIA, SEATTLE via ANYOX
each THURSDAY at 10 a. m.
S.  S.  "PRINCE   JOHN" leaves   from PRINCE RUPERT
fortnightly for VANCOUVER,   via QUEEN CHARLOTTE
ISLANDS.
PASSENGER TRAIN SERVICE FROM PRINCE RUPERT
Trains leave Trince Rupert each Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at
8 p. m. for Jasper, Edmonton, Winnipeg. Direct connections for all
points East and South.
AGENTS FOR ALL ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES
For full information, reservations etc.
Apply
P. S. Jack, R. F. McNaughton,
Agent or . District Passenger Agt,
Stewart, B. C. Prince Rupert, B. C.    .
WHEN REMITTING send Canadian National Express Momy Orders
and Foreign Cheques.  WHEN TRAVELLING carry Travellers Cheques
For aale by Canadian National Rya.  Tick t Agency and Expreas Office.
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