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 provincial Library,
Victoria,
D. C.
HIE NEWS WILL KEEP
vol' P08TBB ON TMK
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Portland Canal News
Devoted to ths Interests of the Mining Districts of  Northwestern British Columbia
SEND I'lHS COPY TO
YOUR FRIEND WHO
WANTS INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
VOL 7. NO. 34
STEWART,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   FRIDAY,   JANUARY 15,  1925
$5 THE   YEAR- 10c. the Copy
"��T%SEn^-��-TOER LOCALlEWri��EW��l!
Many Mint's Shipped Ore,
Many Work Through the
Winter Difficulties Are
Exuberated
While the year just passed
wai tha banner year of the Portland I'anal district, both in pro-
duction of minerals ami develop*
ment of properties, the year 1926
will surpass its record in every
respect. There is no probability
ibout this. So much develop-
ment work has opened up so
muny ore bodies, so many mines
ire on the eve of entering th*
shipping list whose nam��s have
not yet appeared in the productive class, that those who intend
keeping track of ore   shipments
throughout thii year as they go
out, may as well begin sharpening their pencils.
It takes development to produce a shipper. Every shipper
must do more development to
keep ahead of ore extraction.
Every shipper is an inducement
for the owners of other properties to develop them in the hope
that they too may become shippers, .lust as the astonishing
success of the Premier mine attracted the attention of the mining world to the Portland Canal
section as a possible new source
of wealth, so the success attending other properties has proven
t'�� the doubters, the "one mine
camp" prophets, that the prob-
ability for making productive
mines exists in any portion of
the district.
The Porter Idaho on the Marmot; the L & L on Glacier creek;
'he B. C. Silver north of the
Premier; the B. C. Bonanza in
the upper Salmon b.vj-iin; theRiv-
���"���"side on thejower Salmon: the
Homestake on Texas ereek; the
Cantu at the foot of Salmon placer; the Outland Silver Bar at
the head of the glacier and
other scattered properties cau
prove by smelter returns that
the Premier is not the only shipping mine of the district and,
what is of greater importance,
that mines may be made in every
Part of the district.
A Canard Answered
Too much has been said about
tl-e difficulties of operating in
this district--but are any previous metals extracted from Nature's storehouse without effort?
-���'he hills are steep? Yes. and
that makes for cheap mining,
���he ore may be extracted thru
tunnels -no water to pump, no
""Pensive hoists to install. In
,,lis respect compare Portland
Canal with La Pas or Cobalt.
J, Osborne returned   Monday
night from a trip outside.
C.E.Irwin, assayer at the Premier, left on
Vancouver.
Homer Ficklin left for   Salem,
Oregen, Thursday morning hav-
N. Stechihsin left last Menday
nik'ht for Vancouver.
D.W, McLeman, the hardware
i ��� Cardena for! man, left Saturday on a business
trip to Vancouver.
Holger Johnson of the Hyder
Dock Co., returned last Monday
FORJSTEWART
Departmental Officials Will
Recommend Knlarged Facilities for Handling the
Growing Traffic
"We were shown so conclusively that increased dock accommodations at Stewart are urgently    required    immediately,
freight, such as machinery, ore,
lumber etc.,   and   that  another
i dock be provided for passengers
and general freight.
Mr Forde and Capt. Saunders
however appeared to be in favor
of retaining the present dock
for the heavy freight and adding
an extension ta it. for general
freight and passenger traffic,
with an approach around behind
the Pre.nier ore bunkers.    While
PROGRESS AT
THE DUNWELL
Rapid Work Being Done in
Blocking Out Ore and
Preparing Mine for Regular Production
R.M.Stewart, president of the
as they stated no details had yet] Dunwell Mines Company, who
been worked out, these depend-[left for the south yesterday
ing on the data gained after sur-1after spending a   week   at   the
ing received word that his father I night from a trip outside.
is dangerously ill. Allan Carolan returned on the
Mrs H.D. Rochfort and daugh- Cardena from a business and refer   Constancu returned yester-, creation visit to southern citiea
day   from  a three-men ths* visit I    Harry Zeffertt, Stewart's lead-
with relatives in Vancouver.        jing   drygoods    merchant,   left I that we both informed the Board jveyeare   made.   stil.
i yesterday for a visit to his  old!of our intentions to make recom- ro����h * the   opinion ;
mendations to our respective de- ��alned after   their  examination progress being made,  all
partments that such extensions |of the situation,   supplemented, being pushed ahead   with   dis-
be made with the least possible :by th^ '"formation given by the patch.   A belt of very hard rock
this
they
was
had
ST. MARKS CHURCH
home In   Portsmouth,   England.
ANNUAL MEETING!11* wiU spmla few daysin Van'
couver, Montreal and New York.
"Shovel," the most famous
dog in Hyder, died this week.
Of great size and powerful physique, Shovel, in his younger days
performed prodigious feats of
strength as a sled dog in Council, north of Nome, where he
was raised by   Mr and Mrs J. L.
mine, expressed himself  as   being very well pleased   with   the
work
The annual meeting of the
| congregation of St. Marks;
j Church, held in the Moose hall
jon Tuesday evening was the best
j attended and most enthusiastic
on record. The Rev. A. W. R. |
Ashley, Rector  of  St.   Mark's,'
took the   chair,   submitting   his
i * ��� l    u      j i Campbell
annual   report,    which   showed
tremendous progress for 1925.
'Upon the conclusion   of   this  a
hearty vote of thanks was tendered the Rev. Mr., and Mrs.
j Ashley, and many appreciations
jof their work were expressed.
j The election of officer!   for   the
i
ensuing year was then taken up
land resulted in G.C. Andrew be-1
ing appointed   Rector's Warden;
H. C. Marvin. People's Warden; |
P, S. Jack, Sccretary-Treasurer;j
the Vestrymen elected are Capt.
'.Swan, Frank Bowler, H.C. Ben-
inett. H. D. Rochfort   and   John
I Scott,
I Plans for the new year were
I then considered and a number of
new ideas initiated. Upon Mr
Ashley's suggestion it was decided to hold once a month an
informal evening service in a
suitable hall in town, so conducted as to appeal to those of all
denominations.
EXTRA-EXTRA
As we go to press the fallowing wire is received:
Ottawa,   Jan.   15���The   King
I Government was sustained by a
majority of three on the vote of
want of confidence, five Progressives voting with the Conservatives. It is the intention ofthe
Government to carry   on.
delay,'* said J.P.Forde, Dominion Public Works Engineer for
B. C. and Yukon, after the meeting Wednesday afternoon with
the Board of Trade, which was
called for the purpose of discussing the local dock situation with
Mr Forde and Capt. Saunders,
Agent, with headquarters at
Digby Island, for tne Department of Marine and Fisheries,
and whose department is what
might be termed the operating
department, while that of Mr
' Forde's is the construction department.
Both officials arrived   Tuesday
morning   and   during  the   day
inspected the dock and also  the
flout on the Marmot, and   inves-
j\Ir|tigated the situation generally.
Board.
I MILD WEATHER
STILL CONTINUES
was passed through in the Mo. 4
raise, which somewhat retarded
advancement, but on the normal
strata again being entered satis-
At this writing, (Friday after-!
noon, Jan. 15)   the unprecedented mild weather continues and
i factory progress was again made.
Plans for the mill are being
prepared, with the object in view
of    commencing     construction
hauling heavy loads is out of the about the beginning of April,
question, as there is neither a noteworthy feature of the
wheeling nor sleighing on the development now being done in
roads. Operations depending on the Glacier creek section is the
water for power are just suited iocation of an ore body by dia-
however.    B.B.Smith, who came*mond drill on the G|acier  Creek
Forke, leader of the Progressives, intimates that his party
will assist the Government. A
seat has been found for Premier
King in Prince Albert. Nominations are set for Feb. 1, with
polling day Feb. 15. Parliament
has adjourned till Monday when
a statement wjll be made.
down from the Bush property
yesterday, says there is not over
four feet of snow there. Panzies
are budding in verandah flewer
boxes, and patches of gravel are
showing on Fifth street, Yesterday a vagrant robin (overly-
optimistic perhaps) was heard
pipeing for a hand-out. (When
you have read this, knock wood.)
Company property,   as   it  still
further  demonstrates  the   continuity of the   north-south   vein
series traversing Dunwell
The raise from No. 1 tunnel is
Wednesday they met with the
Hoard of Trade and discussed
every phase of the dock question.
The Board submitted considerable evidence of the necessity
for increased doek accommodation, the tirst being that official
records show that   the outgoing I nead of Columbia street of  a to-
Build Toboggan Slide
A sign of the optimism  which L      ..
permeates Stewart for the new '
year is the construction at   the
Buys Important Lot
An imporant real   estate   deal
in   the   residential   section    of
Stewart was consummated when
tation?  Yes, and that builds theIS. G. Lawrence purchased   from
Streams to furnish hydro-electric! Mrs Furlonger of Sussex,   Eng., (60 per cent.  Tins, poss.l.lx mure
No operator need figure [through her agent in
freight for 1924 was 108,423 tons
while that for 1925 was 110,268
tons, a   fair  increase;   but   the
toboggan slide for the children.
A subscription was opened about
town to defray the necessary ex-
most remarkable increase   made j penses, while Messrs C. Jackson,
was in incoming  freight,   which w.H.Watson, Chas. Knipple and
was 10,135 tons in 1924 and   16,-
248 tons in 1925, an   increase  of
Victoria, i than anything else, indicated the
power,    ino operator uhuu uguio I =���������   -- -|
[the cost of hauling water to run the southeast corner on 7"
In this respect I Celumbia streets, on which   it is
his intention to build next spring
The
re ia a very heavy preeipi-
his compressors
consider some of the camps   of
the desert south.
Many   of   the   locations    are
above timber line?     Yes,   some
[of them as high up as 5000 feet.
That is because it is  easy   prospecting above timber   line,   and
[in following the line of least   re-
Isistence    the    prospector   goes
there first instead of  looking in
places where he knows there will
be a heavy overburden  to move
if he would locate the  source of
the float he may find.     Remember that the  big   mines   in   the
Andes are located 10.000   feet or
more above sea level.
From the valleys up to an elevation of 3000 feet the mountains
(Continued  on Page 4.)
a building suitable for a residence
and mining olfice.   The site be-
and increased development going on.
It was further pointed out that
to date there has been only one
regular shipping mine in the district,   Premier,  whereas   B.   C.
ing opposite the Record Office is'Silver and   Dunwell   have   both
well located for this purpose.
Canny Canine Croaks
"Dick," another eld pioBeer,
has gone to the Happy Hunting
Grounds. Although born within
the Arctic Circle, Dick for many
years has been a resident of
Northern B. <��.      For  the  past
reached a stage now that enables
them to ship ten tons a day, and
they, as well as the Big Missouri
will soon be erecting concentrating plants. In addition to this
there are something over 40
other companies operating in
the district, any one ef which
may, during  the   coming  year,
Gilbert Malloy are doing the
work. The slide will be about
26 feet high and 60 feet long,
with two good runways that will
be well banked in, while a passage way for ascending will be
provided up one side.
four years he   has  been   official
sausage inspector   for   P.Burns reach a stage that  will  warrant
& Co., and his portrait adorns
their calendar for this year. His
epitaph might read:
Although non est,
Dick knows the best.
lie gave his best,
And earned his rest.
heavier equipment to bring them
to production. The growth and
development of the district were
considered, after which the
Board requested that the present
aeck be   maintained   for  heavy
Naturalization  Court
His Hon. F. McB. Young will
hold a Naturalization Court in
the Mining Recerder's   office on
now up 70 feet, leaving 143 feet
to be driven to reach No. 3 level.
In order to hasten this work it
has recently been contracted to
George Carlson.
This raise will serve as ventilation for No. 4 and will be used
transportation of ore
'down from No. 3 level.
Three raises are being put up
from No. 3 level, one for ventilation, the others for stopeing
ore. Two hundred tons of ore is
now sacked ready for shipment
as seon as there is sufficient snow
to afford good roads. This ore is
said to average slightly over $100
per ton. The management intend shipping 300 tons a month
of this ore, which is not sorted,
but broken down clean and immediately sacked. Considerable
inconvenience is being caused by
the condition of the roads, which
it is hoped will soon change.
In   connection   with  developments on the Glacier Creek prop-
is
Jan. 21   immediately  after  the ^ of which   Mr  Stewart
arrival of the  boat.   Applicants!also an official- ��ood headway is
must be on hand promptly, as
the Judge will leave on the same
boat.
CONTRACT
Tenders will be received until
noon, Thursday, 24th instant,
for 100 ft. crosscut or drift.
Conditions at the Company's Office. Lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
Silverado Mines Ltd.
being made with the diamond
drilling program recently inaugurated. The drills are now in
about 500 feet, and from the information gained ore bodies in
addition to the one already cut
can be justifiably expected.
Wm. Sloan, J.A.Hall and Wm.
McGrew left for Vancouver yesterday on business connected
with the Daly Alaska. PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   JANUARY   15, 1926
The Portland Canal News
H.   W.   M.   ROEfiTON
Editor and Publisher
W. R. HULL
New* Editor
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Advertising   Rate*:
Bteptay Advertising, 50 cents per inch per issue.   Reading
N'efVeB, 20 cants per lha*.
Sjftoial  Position Display or  Reading,  25 per cent abeve
strtnery rates.
fltntlftcnto nf Improvement, $15 (if more than one claim,
Mil fir each additional claim mentioned)
Land Notices. $10.   Coal Notices, $7.   Water Notices, #10.
Na Advertising Accepted for First Page
WORTHY OF ATTEMTION
IN VIEW of the extraordinarily soft
weather and heavy Jains which this district has experienced so far during the
present winter, as reported in last week's
news columns, and which as a matter of
fact still continues, it is to be deplored
that no official record is being maintained.
In past years a complete record of the
weather was officially recorded, and was
not only a matter of considerable interest
from time to time, but was also of use,
for it was of assistance in judging what
weather conditions to expect in the future,
and so enabled those in charge of various
forms of outdoor development to lay out
their plans months ahead with a certain
degree of accuracy, except of course for
exceptional years such as this.
In view of the growing importance of
ihe district it is rather startling to find
that no record is now being kept, in spite
of the fact that it was in the past maintained, even in some of the deadest periods in the history of the camp.
If in those years it was of use and was
warranted, surely it is more so today, and
therefore appears as one more subject that
local public bodies could well take up with
a view to rectifying.
ACCURATE MINING NEWS
The Mining and Engineering Record
of Vancouver, which is doing such excellent work, and which deserves every assistance possible from both the mining industry and the business interests of this
Province, which latter benefit so tremendously from the mining activity now in
progress, recently paid the newspapers
publishing in mining districts quite a com-
plimeut.
After editorially heavily scoring the
Victoria and Vancouver daily papers for
the careless manner in which they handle
detail and facts of mining news, particularly in respect to new operations and promotions, the article terminates thus:
"One never sees the newspaper press
in the mining districts lending itself, to
this kind of thing. The editors know the
business themselves too well to be victimized by the fourflusher and bogus promoter."
As a paper publishing in one of the
Province's leading mining districts, the
Portland Canal News is justified in taking
at least its share of this compliment, with
much appreciation.
While expressing this appreciation, it
might be well to point out a few angles of
the situation that many of our readers
possibly do not realize; but before doing
so we wish it clearly understood that we
do not pose as being infallible, for being
human we are just as prone to error as
any other instrument in whose operation
the human element predominates.
The policy however that the Portland
Canal News strains every effort to live up
to, is to report as correctly as is humanly possible
all happenings and developments in this district;
to eliminate therefrom exaggeration, false impressions and bias to the fullest extent of our
ability; to do everything within our power to
assist in the building up of a virile, aggressive
and prosperous mining industry; to serve our district and our readers as conscientiously and as
earnestly as is humanly possible; to eliminate ignorance and prejudice as far as possible, and lend
a hand in making this district, and B. C. as a
whole, the brightest star in the firmament of Canadian Provinces.
Yet in spite of every care mistakes are made j
both in ordinary news and in that concerning mining development. In the former we admit responsibility; in the latter we do not, for in that
field we have to rely to a very great extent upon
others, who though often absolutely sincere, are
��ftimes victims of their own enthusiasm. For
instance, an ore body is discovered 10 or 20 miles
up the Bear river from Stewart; the same week a
property 15 miles up the Salmon cuts an ore body
in a tunnel. In order to report these occurrences
we ��sk those in charge concerning them. After
they have answered the usual questions we cannot
say "Yes, but we shall have to send an engineer
up to verify what you have said," for such action
would be an unpardonable insult to every superintendent, engineer and mining man in the district. Therefore we have no alternative but to
publish this class of news as represented, using a
combination of close observation, knowledge of
mining, of the district, and of experience to eliminate as far as possible any exaggeration or statements or phrases that may create false impressions.
Then again, the district is very large,   some
, De. H. A. Whillans, Physical,
and Surgeon. Office, corner Sth
���aad Victoria Sts. Hours, 12
o'clock, neon, to 3 p. m., and by
appointment. [
DALBY B. MORKrLL
MINING SURVEYOR
B. C. Land Surveyor
STEWART, B. C.
FIRE
LIFE
SICKNESS
ACCIDENT
F. E. GIGOT
INSURANCE
Stewart, B. C.
HARDWARE
Oils, Paints and Varnishes
SPORTING GOODS
MINING SUPPLIES^
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIALS
Restmore Springs & Mattresses, Steamer Trunk-,   u
11 ���""���s.   Harness
D. W. McLEMAN
fifth Street
STEWART.
F. C. GREEN
(Green Broa., Burden & Co.)
CIVIL  ENGINEERS
B.C. LAND SURVEYORS
Stewart,   B. C.
PORTLAND CANAL LOOSE
l. a o. M. 1218
Meets 2nd Thursday at Hyder, 4th
Thursday ut Stewnrt
Stewart Bakery
BREAD
ICE CREAM
VEGETABLES
CAKES
CANDY
FRUIT
I
CAMPBELL & DUKE
TUGBOATS
Kupert Marine Products, Ltd.
Geo. G. Bushby. man. dir.
Prince Rupert,    B.C.
HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT
A Real GOOD Hotel
H. R ROCHESTER, Maiuger
European Plan $1.50 per day ui
.. SYNOPSIS OF,
LAND ACT AMENDMENTS
BANK OF HYDER
HYDER,   ALASKA
(Incorporated   Under   the   Laws   of   Alukt)
4   PER   CENT   Paid   on  Savings   lluyk   Accounts
Canadian Funds Accepted on Deposit.
Money Telegraphed to nil Parts of United States
J. A. Haix, Pre*.     E. E. HALL, Vice -Pres.    E   D. HaDDON, Caahier,
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant, unreservoJ, eurveyod
Crown laiuti may be pre-einpt-<il t>>
British subjects uv<r 18 yeara of u;!e.
nn.I by aliens on iluclHrkig Intuition
to become Hrltisli sut-Jtuta, coiidM
tional upon resilience, occupation,
and imi.i iiv.-ni nt for agricultural
purpoaaa.
Full Information concerning regulations rOfU-dtnil pre eillpllona If
Civen In Bulletin No. 1, Ijinil Series,
"How to Pre-empt Land," copies of
which can bo obtained free of charga
by addressing- the Department at
1-tx.tif.t. Victoria, B.C.. or to any Government Atcant.
Records will be grnnled covering
only land suitable for agricultural
purposes, and which Is net tlmber-
latjd, I.e., carrying over 6,000 board
feet por acre west of th* Coast. Ilan-fo
and 8.000 feet per acre east of that
Kai'P-*.
App'icatluna  for   pre-' inptlonw  are
to   be   addressed   to   lb.*   Land   Commissioner of the ijind Recording ni-
vision, in which tha lund applied for  ,
I* ni'in i,.I. and are made on  ��� -luted   j
forms,   copies   of   which   can   be   obtained  from  the Land  Commlsilonnr
Pre-emptions must be occupied  17m
j   five  years  and   Improvementa   mails
)   to   value   of   $10   per   acre,   nicluiili.g
i clearing ���j���i cultivating at leAet flv��
acres, befoie a Crown Orant can bo
recelved.
-Exchange Grill-
The Reputation of This Restaurant  Rests on
QUALITY and SERVICE
We Study Your Wants and Supply Them
Our Famous  BIG LOAF   is made with PURITY FLOUR
We are Sole Agents   for Stewart
J. P. Hawkinson, Prop.
STEWART LAND COMPANY. LIMITED
Founders and Original Owners
of STEWART  TOWNSITE . .
hkad Ori-ica
101 IVml.erton Blook,     ���   VICTORIA,  B. C,
Real Estate   Insurance   Mines    Financial Agents
ROHKRT   M.    STKWAKT. President
I/)Ls for sale in all parts of town
Listings of properties for sale wanted
STEWART LAND CO., LTD,
Fifth St, Stewart, MC
nomically impractical to scientifically investigate
every mining news item that develops.
SERVICE - QUALITY - SATISFACTION
Job Printing
We handle all classes of printed stationery and guarantee our customers
satisfaction
Bill Heads
Letter Heads
Envelopes
Anything You Want in the
Printing Line.
PORTLAND CANAL NEWS
Fifth Streb-i, Stewart.
50 miles by 20, al! of which is equally mineralized i    �����
and being developed.   It therefore would be eco-   -^*���^&���Z^!��*t
Land."
PURCHASE
Applications are received for purchase of vacant and unreserved
Crown lands, not being tlniberlanrt,
for agricultural purposes; minimum
J price of first ��� ,-inss (arable) land le }|
per acre, and iecond-class 'grazing;)
land $2.60 per acre. Further information regarding purchase or lease
nf Crown lands Is given In Bulletin
No. 10, Land Series, "Puroliaee and
Loaae of Crown land's."
Mill, factory, or Industrial sltea on
timber land, not exceeding 40 aerea.
may b�� purchased or leased, the conditions Including payment of
etumpage.
HOMESITE LEA8E8
T'nsurveyad areaa, not exceeding I*
acres may be leased as homesltes,
conditional upon a dwelling belnu
erected In the first year, title being
obtainable after residence and Improvement conditions ale fulfilled
and land haa been surveyed.
LEASES
For  graalng  and    Industrial     purposes areaa not exceeding 640 aorea
m*y be leaaed  by one person  or ���
company.
BRAZING
Under the ���Win* a* the rw-
Inoe to divided Into grating district,
and tne range administered under a
Graslng Commissioner.        Annual
graslng permits are Issued baaed on
numbere ranged, priority being given
to .etabllshed owner.. Stock-owners
may form assentations fer rtn��
management, free, or partially free!
permlto are available for aettlera.
*m*  tae>velles*e.  up  tt   tea
THE VALLEY
BREEDS
CHAMPIONS
Jn an article on Dairying in The Sun-
* day Province it made mention of
three World Champion Cows of the
Fraser Valley. It can easily be
seen why Pacific Milk stands highest
in Canada for its splendid richness and
natural flavor.
PACIFIC  MILK
Head Office,  Vancouver.
Factories at Abbotsford & Ladner B.O.
BRITISH C0LUMB!
The Mineral  Province of Western (anada
Has produoed Minerala valued aa followi:  Placer Hold, ,,. ,
Jjok Gold, $118,478,190; Silver,   $88,824,570; Lead, $70,5-1   -
Copper,   $187,489,878;   Zinc. $82,171,497; Coal and Coke. $20u,
880,048; Building Stont, Briek, Ctment, $42,225,811; Mi ��� ���  ���""-
minerals, $1,431,349; making iti mineral Production to llu* end <
1924 show
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF $859,427,386
,.xTii1hitH,!!nta,"itiBi I"""-**���**** ��' tha Mining tnduitry of thi. Pruvlnr.     i
n...i   '   l0 f(,llo.wl"K SRUrta, which show the value of i Im-ii. i    '     '
v..r.Tiaqfl i����MeS!ri#*! r��r tt" y����" to 1806 Inoluelve.   $04,647,
im%?.   t ftWW for ,lv" V-*�� 1901-1005, ��0G>7,l)tiHi f,
M pJi?y 9]* ������>*-*-������**���. for Uu- yen. lUfil. *.L*H.oi',7.ii4l; for Iho yeai
108,848; lor the year [028, 141,804,826 ami for 1924, 848,704,004,
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN i'EARS, $372,C0-l.(M.
n,,i��� lfd*$ m*n,inK tola only !>e��n in DrogreflB for -ilmi ���*������"���  V|,;IIS',"":
-';yulK,ut.M,e-lmlfo7tto<|'roviM(.oTmsl,r.,1f,in ctediP
.
��# mm        i"    "j~ "7"   v,,v ' '"'"in* iiim im'imi pi'OHiM'cieu; 2011,000
<'i unexplored mfoeral-bearing |Hn(| ,,-.��� ���,,���.,, n���. pnmp(,iin.;
lli�� mining- laws of this Province aro more llboinl unfl U>*' '""
tm!'. nm,u'f a,,.v V<-her province in tha Dominion, or any Colony i  l-riii
umpire.   Mineral looatlona ara granted th<- dleeoverera for nomlnul \-**-
1     Absolute Titles are <i>buiii(*d by developing audi propui'ii"1*' s"'
curity of which It guaranteed by Crown Qranta,
Full Informatlen, together with Mining Reporta nnd Mapa, "������y
be obtained gratiH by nddronmng
V*l HON. TUB MMSrttTEn Of MINKH, Vlo*,orln, Brltlah Cohnnhla.
N. H.-1-ractically all Brltlah Columbia Mineral   Propertlea upon which tl'1-
velopment haa been done are described in Home one of the   miiniiiiI   Report* ��'
the Mlnlater of Minim.   Thnaa oonaldarlng mining Inveatmonta al M refer w
Htich reporta, They are available without, oharge on application to ih�� Dep��rl
ment of Minow, Victoria, B. 0. Reporta of the Geological .Survey of Canada,
i-acide Building, Vanoouvar, aro reeommendad uh valuable aourcoa of in"'
mation.
/."Wi PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS.   STEWART,    H.C,   FRIDAY,   JANUARY   15. LIU
-i
Wc Specialize In
GROCERIES
With an Up-to-Date Slock of
Everything That Is Good To Eat
Try
SWIFT'S PREMIUM
HAM and BACON
11
J.   W.    WILSON
;,iii .iml Columbia St.       :-:      ;.��      Stewart,   B, C.
Crawford Transfer Co.
FREIGHT CONTRACTORS
AGENTS  POR
C0ALe^^:smBS:=^5S,P0WDER
(APS      CS i       KUSK
DOMINION TIRES
MSB-NTS FOR   UNION  STEAMSHIP COMPANY
-tmmo4t-wmt*m*m*+t**t^��^a*******^***^***-*^���-*-���~-���*^^*'^***~* i    i   |    s ������
STAGES FOR PREMIER
Leave Stewart 9:80 a. m.   Ryder 10 a. m,   Premier 4 p. m,
Stewart 15. C. Hyder Alaska
R. K. NEILL GIVES
SIDE LIGHTS ON
PREMIER
R. K. Nell), who rustled the
necessary funds nml openoil up
(In* Premier miiu��, reoontly addressed the Northwoat Mlntni*
Association in Spokane, nml In a
whlmiically reminiscent wood
toM of the most Important win
iiik successes lu< l\as made. Incidental!) . he displayed �� flue
Ina tl nol for satire In recounting
the reaulti of arm ohair manage
ment,   Mr Neill said m part:
" riiere will lu* plenty Of  |00d
protpectH  when   we   are   dead,
flics     alwavs    will   he   found.   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
riii'i- ol thegreateil mint! I de
, ,ii        The ore shipment   ol    In   ten*
velopod were  lurneil  down.    In
,,    .. .... , .-agooi, nndoa low weeks iu;o by J, Kiva
the i oeur il Alenei 1 spent $8000 ... ..
,.   ..   . ���,. ,      .   .      , und mootatei from  tht Woll
ami in the flril 30 davs took  out |
, ,.. ,,    , ���      property have given gratifying
enough ore to pay on all  oblige       ���
ivsulls.    The ore was shipped to
ty per ivnt of the money ia wasted. Ten p<-r eant goea into the
mound. Some mon have tned
to open a iiuiii) by living in town
and lending lettets Mini tele
grami. These same men want
other men to woik tor small
WagOl and to do the highest
grade of work, lhe aucceaafnl
mine manager is the tirst on the
job in the ntorninu,   the  lust   at |
night
"I he Premier mine was lost to
earlier owners b\ men who man
aged l>y writing letters,   if they
had done what I did I would not
ha\    HOl the min**."
ORE SHIPMENTS  j
FROM THE WOLF
Wi Stork
Goodrich Ui-lVcss Rubber Packs
WEAR   LIKE   IRON
Ask for N-W Ml      CLEAT Kl) SOLR8
tao.lv
H.ZEFFERTT
It. Q,
lions.    Thai w as the lleelu.
" rhe Kendall mine in Montana
was small, hut it yielded ���� let of
money. Look the proapeotl over
oarefully, That is one of the
aecreti of luccen In mining.
"A pretty uond little  mine   is
Trail imelter ami oompoaed ol
four tons of hush  grade nnd   I-
tons of leoond grade ore
Retumi of values were received on Monday and are as 1'ollown:
Eilgh made, 80(1 oil, silver uml
$6��R0 void por ton Second grade
STEWART BOARD OF TRADE
STEWART,   B. ('.
General
in
format
on
of
the
PORT1
AND (
ANAL
DISTRK
r
supplied
on
applie.
ilion to
the
Secret)
'.v.
Stewart,
II. <
Board meeta 1 ^t and 3 l Hio idayi of each month,
Hoard Rooms
BUY the HKHT
in MEATS
Wc Soil (iovcmmtnt [ittptcted Product*)
USI
SHAMROCK BRAND
HAMS BACON LARD BUTTER NGS POULTRY
P, BURNS iV:
1��� __	
CO. Ltd.
the Premier.    (The eo.upuny has'., ^ |llm Mu* |fl ,,��� pi|(,  pw
dliburaed light million in div,.!toM    Th( ,H(J vilue o|. lhi |h|p j
dendi.) lt wai there for anyone j mw| WM|U,00,   These values
to take,   l weni in there to look
al another property when I hoard
of it.    1 proeoodod   eaivl'iilly   in
the flrat examination, After
thai I spent live days look Inu
over the Premier.    It wus   in   u
had situation, Ii was ii milea
from transportation, I was told
that the mow waa BI feel deep
in the fall. I oommenood to wet
eold feet,
are dry weight,  The whole ship
men! averaged $ioo por ton, .
Owing to heavy freight  char
gel, It has boon decided  to  ship
no more iioond grade are to
Trail.
The ebo\ e values are very en
oouraging, iipeolall) w hen ll la
taken  into onnaitloration   thai
I In ��� ore was taken from I he aur
face aud waa badly oxldlietl-
���-^���^TROY   MINES'
A Splendid Property
Operated b>
NORTHLAND MINING COMPANY Ltd, N. IM..
Corrupondenc* Solicited
(Executive OfHoej im Dominion iioiittina,  Vaneouver* it C
ANDERSON CAFE &d1��ates8kn
Private Dining Room For Parties
Rest Cook this far North
MEAL TICKETS $5.50 for $5.00
"The prloe for  the  Premlerl   Work on the tunnel belna drl
���earned reasonable enough   $lfiO* Ven  to incounter Hum ore  ai
000,   I'm ii kind of a Jew.   1 detpth la progreaalng,  and the
jewed them down  lo $100,000 valuea of ore are expected to oon
and got iin yean In  which  to alderably Inoreaae when Ihli ob
pay It.   I tlgurea I oould And oul I Jeotlve is attained,���Alloc Arm
in buying Imuranoe
.You buy protection
Thorol'oriA the best is none too good
���;it
UOl STOIM
Ami gel lhe heal
IT
���.--
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
We nro in a better position   to pleivie our customers
Bring your suits to be cleaned and prencd
PORTLAND CANAL ELECTRIC LAUNDRY
In the Center of Everything
HOTEL   ST. REGIS
Vancouver
Comer Seymour and Ihinsinuir SI reds.
V-
FRUMENTO, RYAN, M��<-l)QNKl.li&C(>.
520.521 Vancouver Block, Vancouver, ll. C.
We are ipeciallzlng in Portland Canal Mining Btooki,
Send ui your buying or lelling orders.
We aro in tho market for pfapaetl which will i.l.in.l .Uriel
inveHtiirution.
wiih $ii(ioo If there waa a mine
there, l ipeni 94000 and blocked
oul $8,000,000,   I fell enooura|<
cd lo build that II mllll id' road,
It look three years to do It.   The
seasons are short.    Then il   was
a horse trail, w Idl enough to ad
���^ | mil tht  paillgl of a 80 inch slotl
ami coal $7000,   Hm before bull
dinii the trail I had $7000 worth
ol' ore sacked to pay for It,
"in the nexl winter I hauled
$54,000 worth of ore and put
that into a road tho nexl miiii-
mer.    I  chartered   n   Itenim hip
r*0 land brought In harm, doga and
o.uupequipment) On the m<\t
^ morning after unloadlno from
the iicow l was confronted with
17 loot of Know. A month was
occupied iii going from Stewarl
lo lhe mine. Uain fell llic nc\|
IV days ami then snow fill In
I be spring I shipped IS I ili'v lomi
of ore, worth $112,000 to theTu-
eoinii Minelter.
"I opened the mine by waleh
inc. Ihe dollar!, I cookml, Wilh1
ed dishes, sharpened ituul nml
kepi my own laioka, when I horn
was HO one oln�� In do iIiomo
thlngl.    Had I  nol   done  thill
tlilngi I oould have brok on my
iiSiiocinton,
"A fault el' mining Is I hut
Homo of llm men iu it do uol
know how toapeiid money. Nino
"
Herald.
lhe Schiller group On   IlinUoii
Pay Mountain, one of the moil
promlalnu mining properties in
the Smiihers diatrict,  haa  bten
taken under hniul by tho Hrltish
Canadian Silver I lorperatlon, a
���ubitantlal oaah paj ment heliuj
made. Two opi ions are involved
ill till deal, ciiIIiiik lor pu> iiienls
totalling $116,000, ipread ivir a
number of \ eara, on one graup,
and $ 10,000 on thl group adjoin
Ing,     Iho   properly    was    Ilmi
oughly examined bed summer
by *'. A. itank i, manager of the
IU\ Silver,   and   Major   North,
���nginoer In charge of operation!
STEWART DAIRY I SODA FOUNTAIN
.1.  CAjMI'IIKI l���
PKOPUIWTOH
Home Made Ice Cream        Kreah Milk        Cream
ami   Ihillei milk
ice;   for   sale
HKAMAN iti'iidUNti        One Door South of J, W VVilaon
Brltlah Columbia MIhom
have paid $70,000,000
III  III* 1.1. nd i
md lha mlnlna rHiurtia nl i!������. i',,..i��.��
l,i,\��> .tn i. I lm. ill.    i    .it i ..1.1.. .1     (inv.CM
Mt.j.ii mu, i.,.. ..mi i,i|.��i i< ilium II In li, .'i.< ul
III). Mill   I  IMIII.llalllll   M.I..Im., |aMI IM III.   J. "I M
W,i.II,i ll i.ulili i.ll.iliii  Ii.I.ii miiiIIi,ii I,'
sniiii.iu ..in iiIiihuI nilnlni In n.iusii i-'nl
ii in i iii,
Yuu run ��in.i us miii abaoluta
. ..nil.i. mr
WS SI.' M..I lllll'l'iali it III    I.II.IS    |.ll>|.
SltV tt�� llll.S ll.l Ml.II ll   III N. 11      W I   HI,   S  ll'llll'
)IM lllll    lll.ll.     III |,l |l I. I .1  I., ill  Mil II.. It'  l,llll,,< I.
II,   lllllll  Illlll . .11). , IMlllM lill1 IHLlilts    lllllll"
iu iii iiiniaii i alaaibli
A,I.I, .   i ������ .  i .��� ..   III   Hit inllll \,
n,c, Ohambai ul Mlaaa,   ������>"��� r,
IBI Header It, W , Vaaceuvei 11,0
UNION STEAMSHIPS
Thi popular T, s, s, CARDRNA iilli from STKWAHT
Kvery Mt��Nl�� \>   al MIUNIOH r lor
I'liiNt.'K Kimiitr  and  VANCOUVMH via way points
Niihi IIUQUNDI
T, S, S. CAKUKNA lllVII VanoOUVII every I'ltiuw, Op, m,
Prlnoe lluparl Sunu\^, H p, m,
Por Ai in: AltM, An\o\ and :\\\ w vitr,
Vm On iln'i mini mnii.hi, ItvnervHlltuia i >.
AI > i > l \ \\   .i UltAWKUHl- o'liovini.i iiiihii'i rn i ,\*tii-N rn
lllll,',. Mil  7| |, ���iul
PltlNUN liii'i'ii r   \,,i Nl     '".I  Vv��     I'llONI    It)
in-: \ihii i k I s, Union Dock, ft, CarrallUt,   Phone ley, inu.
mom
m
STKAMSIIII'aml TItAIN 8UKVICK
.", g,  PUINCK   ItUPKRT   leaven   STKVV
Aim  tor  I'b'iNt'K UUFUKTi  VANCOU
vki;, V1CTOU1A, BUATTLH   via ANYOX
^^^^^    each THUHSDAY it i��>n. m
M   s   "PRINCH  JOHN" leavii   from HUNCM PUPKUT
fortnightly for VANOOUVIOR,   vll QUI13KN OHARLOTTH
IHLANUS.
I'AHHICNtllOH TRAIN IERVICK PROM PRINOB I1UPMRT
'I'niini I. nvi' pi iiH'c ii ii i n'l i aaoh M lay i Wadin ilay ami Mnlurda) al
||i|   mi    ,,,,  Jttl||| i, I7.ini.ml,in,  Wllintpail      Kill" I  i ni" lliiii.i   On   ull
lti,111(.aa Waal mul Muulhi
AUKNIM Hilt Al.l, ATLANTIC ITUJAMKTIIP I.INKM
I'm' lull Iiiiui iiimIii.ii    I,'Mt'l VlO limn I'll'
Ani.lv
p   |   Ini'li, It   I'   Mi'Niiu|iliiini,
Amnil                                    1"              Hl'iiilil I'miimiiii" i  Ant
Mii'Wiol, M   0i     I'nii.i. Km    0   f
win   i UIMIMIiNi.  hi'inl I mi ml I ii n Nullnnnl Ki|iii'si M , IOiImim
mnl i'inula" Chiquea   vviimn ru.\vI'll.I,Ini(nniv I'ravelleri < haqaai'
I'll, s,ll��� l,�� Isnstllsil Null..Mil III ��      Hid   I A��nn l lllll |i,-|���i��i. IIIII,���
YIIHII NIX I  I Xl'lll V. MIII'MIMI CANADIAN   NAIIIINAI PORTLAND   CANAL   NKWS,   STKWAKT,   B. C,   FRIDAY.  JANUARY   15, 1��6
FURNITURE!
BEDSTEADS & BEDDING
HEATERS &- RANGES
COOKING    UTENSILS
HARDWARE   A    PAINT
VICTROLAS & VICTOR RKCORDS
Kodaks, Films, Developing & Printing.
BANNER YEAR
JUST PASSED
(Continued  from Pagol.)
UNIVERSAL SUPPLY CO.
5th Street.   STKWAKT, B. C,    Cw. W.Smith, Mgr.
ALL THK COMFORTS OF A HOME
AKK TO HK   HAD AT THK
Hotel Stewart
Jamks MoAi.KKNAN,    Proprietor.
LYON   & SCOTT
SWIFT'S   PREMIUM
HAMS
BACON
FRESH   MEATS
Our Chiekene and Kggs dim-1 from the farm
TKY US
J. 0. LYON Jack Scott
���*\
TEe MARMOT HOTEL
IL
Firat Class in Kvory Iteapeet
MODKKN AND MODKRATK
Solioita the Patronage of Any ami All
Once Our Guest,   Always Our Guest.
BEST LOCATION IN THE CITY
(r
A Wki.comk Awaits You At THI
DOMINION HOTEL
Victoria, B. C.
STEWART HEADQUARTERS,
200 ROOMS 100 BATHS
Everything i GOOD HOTEL ihould lm
Kates $1.50 ami up. Free   lua.
STK1MIKN JoNNS, Proprietor.
STEWART  CAFE
aoeontmodattona   Private Dining Room milublo for funiilios, Lovere?
or the Uumiiuv*, i Mm,
Try Our
1I0MK HAKKD  PASTRIES
Such na
Whipped Cream Shortcakes,    ('roam Tarts,    Tho Hullseye
that's fainoiin, and a general lino of I'Yench and Pull'
I'ASTKIKN
l.ouvu   Your Ortlur.
are heavily timbered? Yea in-
deed no one will ever have to
ship mine timbers into thia dia-
triot. Thia compensates for the
extra labor involved in making
roads and trails.
Transportation? Dittlcult of
access? Digest tho fact that
Portland I'anal cuts lLt> miles
into tho very heart ef the mineral bolt and is a dorp, safo, nv
free waterway. To reach the
Kenneoot minea north of here,
NO miles of railway had to be
built, thraugh an exceedingly
iiitlioi.lt country.
The optimiat aud the man who
ia vcraod in minin-; conditions
throughout the world, can ace
that Nature has endowed the
Portland Canal diatrict with
many advantages.
Put this article,   intended   aa
somewhat of a resume, digreaaoe.
Shipping Properties
Fourteen properties shipped
ore in ll-Jift aa compared with
three In 1!>1M,   The list is as UA* \ Independence
Indian
National Silver
Premier, tennage cannot be
secured until the annual report
is made by the company, but It
will eipial if not exceed that of
last vear; K. C. Silver 80; Indian
W{Silver Creat, li; P.O.Honansa
2; Outland Silver Par 24; Cantu
;*0; Riverside (concontrateal !tf>;
Homeatake 11; Porter Idaho 1S2:
L& L 75; (..oldie 2; Hay view 10;
Terminus 7.
Winter Development
Development   work   is   being
B. C. Silver
Dunwell
Glaoier Crook
# 1.70 $ IM
t.50      1,60
,18i
,08
lows, the figures being in  some
eusus only approximate;
.04
,P.'
Lakeview now issue .
Premier 2.25
Terminus
Silver Creat ,12
LAL Glaoier Creek   .10
Vieleria Minea .25
Marmot Metals
Porter Idaho. Co.      .11
Kul'iis
Ore Mountain
Pay View ,-
.1(5
.ON
,06
.10
.10
I 10
.25
.i:(A
,16
.10
.10
.11
.is
.25
.12
When you have ilnishod   read-
prosecuted    this   winter   on   10 '"a" this paper, send it to a friend
GET OUR BID
on
Moving That Freight
E. ARMSTRONG
(iKNRIML HKKK.HTKlt
TEAMS    tU-tiv HORSES
\ ���' ������' ������
P.O.Box 1H��,   STKWAUT. 1-A-.
W. J. WAKEFIELD
Light and Heavy Tranafor
Wood for Sale
We Buy Bottlei
a Plaoi To Bund
Youu Sl-AltK Timid
WELCOME
POOL HALL
Good Tables Cigars
Ciguretteaand Tobaccos
NoitMAN Kl.KMINO
<V[ HWKT IlKATII
Cor. 5th &, Celumbia, Stewarl
properties. Some of these, to be
sure, nre employing only small
crews, but the cumulative   work
dona during tha winter neathi
will total an immense footage,
aad there ia no doubt that before
the robins arrive there will be
some gratifying reports to make.
Following is a  list   of  those
now werking;
Gloria, on Hulldng creek; Porter Idaho, on Marmot river; Silverado, mouth of Bear river;
Glacier Crook, Dunwell, Albany,
Pakeviow, L & P, Kmporor, on
Clacior crook; Ore Mountain,
above Hitter creek; Independ
once, on (loose crook; Riverside,
lower Salmou; Mmintaiu View,
on Fish creek; Premier, H, t:.
Silver, National Silver, Pin Mis-
souri, Silver ('rest and Indian, in
Iho Salmon baain,
���    -e ��� ��� '   ��� �����������������������
Leave your orders at the   Px.
change drill for coal,
who might be Interested
FOlt A GOOD
SMOKE
Nee Pete at the
Exchange Cigar Store
I'KIAUM,   (lltlAIODTTM,   TollAtlOOM
end |NUm       IIKHT IIUANliM
FIRE BXTIN(5UISHKRrf
FlreexliinguiMlmrscan lm found
at tlm following places;
Pig chemical, 25 gallons
Wilson's Store.
Five-gallon   extinguishers
Gibson's
Nuwell'a
Marmot Hoti!
Hotel Stewart
Carolan's Grocery
Motel Kim- Kdward
Portland Canal News
ST. MARK'S CHURCH
Sunday Jan. 17th, 19*6
Ne Services
Sunday.   Jan. 21th, 1026
Fvensong, 7:U0 p. in.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHKR
Newa  Ollice
REX  HAItlltiU SHOP
Shampooing, Facial
SCALP IREAiMENiS
���sw���n���w�� ' '������*" "      ��� Mist, un isl vtmmaa**maammmm^*amm
Ladies' Haitimttlni
\-oce\ Stocks
(MaMaaaW a w.m.k*U(���� ��� Otg
The whole Portland ("anal
market ivmained active, under
very heavy demand.
* Dunwell continue* to steadily
advance and with authentic tn-
formation that ore ahipmenti
will start, aa awn as weather
permits, on a steady baais ef
some MOtoai IHM- month, thia
atock is assured of reaching a
much higher level.
Porter Idaho appeara to be
in tlemand on a very erratic
market.
Silver Crest remain* ateady at
new higher lovela.
H. C. Silver ia in increased demand with steadily increasing
prices.
Glacier ('reek strengthened
upon good report* being made
public by tho management, ami
hia her levels are looked for. The
rapid rise in (ilacier ia due to
Dunwell, as both properties are
controlled by tho same managc-
ment aad Glacier atock usually
rises with I-unwell
Ptd      Ask ed
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
Optm 0 a.m. to 0 p.m. (Including Sunday.) Mohhuhos
delivered in Stewart, II, C,
No More Credit!
Account* are Due and Payable on the
15th of ICach Month.
After the 15th No More Credit will tie given
STEWART NEWS CO
BONDS
We Offer You
Guaranteed First Mortgage
10-YEAR BONDS
Of The
INTERNATIONAL ELECTRIC CO.
Paying 10 per cent
Per Annum.
Thia Company  is   supplying;   Light   and
Power to Stewart nnd  District    Is well
managed nnd cllicicutly orgum/cd.
Your investment in this is
Amply Protected
Compare this interest on your money with
that which you are getting; now.
Are you
getting
10
per
cent   on
your
i lives-
tted
money?
lf not,
hen
1 ia
your opportu
tiily
Write, or call aud see us ut once for lhe
particulars of this Bond, which ensures
Safety with Profit
H. W. M. Rolston & Co.
General Brokers,
Stewart, B. C.
Newell
Rooms
Comfortable Uootns. $1.00
2 Chair BARBEH SHOP
Cooper & Newell
BATHS 50c.
Glenn,   Modern,   Convenient.
The Water Ih Always Hot!
Aud wu don't mean "May lie."
coastwisk STHAMiHIP
A BARGE CO, Ml).
Weekly Sailings From
Stewart Direct To
Smelters.
Gl'NKHAI, KllKKillT AND
Poworo-
Kor In formal ion Apply:
805 l.irkh Bldg.,
Vancouver, II. C.
No 3'mokc
No Soot
No _Waste
IN WELSH
ANTHRACITE
COAL
loo Poundiof *'|ial
makes onl>
i pound "i ������
LOTS OF HEAT
$2.1 per ton
Delivered
FRANK BOWLEK
Agent
5th Street, Stewart

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