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 Bennest
& Eccles
Vol 2, No,
Tailors and
Furnishers.
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Published Semi-Weekly.
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GREENWOOD, BEITISH COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1900.
$2 00 Per Year.
A     M.      VVlllTKSlliM. I'l.ivil     I'lllNOIK.
PRINGLE & WHITESIDE.
BARRISTERS, SOLICITOUS, N'OTAR-
1KS  PUBLIC,  KTC.
Offices:   Over Hunk of Montreal,
AXI1HKW I.IIA.MY. 1. I'. MYKHS HRAV <
- - LEAMY & (iRAY - ���
Barristers, Solicitors und Notaries
Public.
MEETING OF COUNCIL
Little Business of Importance
Transacted.
| wns instructed to strictly enforce clause
IL' of the health by-law.
Council adjourned.
WAR NOTES.
Presentation of Petition For City
Support of Citizens' Band���Bills
Ordered Paid,
TISDALl  RESIGNS
Will Not Oppose the Premier
in Vancouver.
oDi.cs:  Oeorgo Rloek,
Copper SI reel j
GEO.   A.   STEWART   POTTS.
BARRISTER, BCILK'ITOR, KTC.
NOTARV I'L'IILIC.
Onfum's:    Millei Block, Greenwood. B. C.
J. R. BROWN,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
nnd NOTARV PUBLIC.
FLOOD lil.K., GREENWOOD.
.*RM,McLEOD^
Barrister and Solicitor
(Ieorge Hloek, [{. , I),
GREENWOOD B. C.
BAUER <Sr
ASHCROFT
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
A     P     A chriv-ift Resident
/A.   17..   AVSill-J ��JIL,  Representative.
FLOOD-NAPES BLOCK,
R. H. PARKINSON,
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR,
CIVIL ENGINEER, DRAUGHTSMAN, und' NOTARV  PUBLIC	
 FAIRVIEW, B.   C. - - -
,,  II.  11A I I.ITT.
ll. (.'. sti.itv.
HALLETT ��S SHAW
OREENWOOD, B. C.
Barristers, Solicitors,    cable tddnwi
& Notaries Public, "hai.i.ett."
CODKS:     Bedford   McNeill's.   Moroillg
A Neal's, Lelber's,
FERQUSSON & CROITS.
CIVIL and MECHANICAL
ENGINEERS, ���n
VANCOUVER mnl NELSON, B, 0,
Mining Machinery Supplied iiiirlcrcctcrl.
Agentu for Cooke's Wire Lope; llopeiviiVs,
Flexible Metallic Tailing. Uiilieoik Hollers,
Rlmlon Iron Winks Co., etc.
Real Estate
Mines   and Mining.
THE MART
'     GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE.
GREENAVOOD. Ii. C.
A. C. GALT,
Barrister,   Etc., Rossland.
Postoffice Bnlldinjr    -    -    -    Telephone 47.
The city council met Monduv evening
with   Alderman  Sharpe iu   the  chair, i
Aldermen present���Galloway,  Banner-
man, Cropley anil Sullivan.
The following letters were rend:
From Poiilsou it Swan of lioRshtnd, asking for immediate payment of their hill
in  connection   with    arbitration     case.
From Percy !���'. L. Woodruff, wanting
to rent cemetery farm. The clerk was
instructed to write him saying that the
council did not intend renting the farm
at present.
A letter was received from the city
engineer saying that lie had written to
Kamloops to Iind what would he the
cost of obtaining duly certified copies of
all the registered plans from which to
compile a new city map.
A communication was received from
llr. .I. E, Schon asking (or a larger apportion of cemetery ground for the Use
of the Anglican ch trch. Tin- cniiiniuni-
cation was referred to the si Hiding committee w ith power lo act.
A letter was also received from Wm.
M. Brewer of Rossland, asking tlist the
city make an appropriation for I he purpose of advertising the mineral resources of British Columbia in the Engineering and Mining Journal. The
clerk was instructed to write Mr.
Brewer asking lor fuller particulars,
A petition was presented asking that j
an appropriation he made (or the Citi-
zens' hand. Ihe clerk was instructed
to w rile I he manager that the hand
would la- paid f"i per week lor playing j
ou ihe public street nol less than one
night per week. Saturdays preferred.
The following   hills   we,-,,   presented
and ordered lo he paid :
Miller Urns    ., }::.". Sfi
I'liiiiitigliioii & Anderson. ;.s 7..
I!..v.l. I'.lll'lls  ,v (Jo. ii:: 2S
n. I-. L'raig            IS U0
.1. I.. White '.    II 110
Fashion Llvury Stable       6 81)
li, X   (liven   Ill mi
A.  I.iirkius  mi mi :
Ilinllei'-Keii.lrii'k     105
ColniubiaTelephone (Jo ���    S 00
1 Reniiell & Co    2 20
Clllllliul.l & l.illliellt  29 95
Greenwood Hard ware Co   oH 50 I
Atwood .V Thompson  17 ,'��n ,
Cameron & Palmer  10 in i
The arbitration i iinitt.ee reported as
follows: Ostioski offered to give a free
deed for land required by the city for an
alleyway on the condition that he has
the right to erect an archway over the
alleyway 1��. feet high, and  that the city
It. is believed here, says a Cape
Town dispatch of May 9th, that on the
arrival of the British ut the Vaal river a
proclamation will he issued annexing
tlie Orange Froe State to the dominion
of the Queen, and demonstrating the determination of the Queen's forces to as
sort British supremacy. The British
losses at Brandfort are now reported to
have heen much heavier than was lirst:
reported.    Alter the  battle  the Britisli
patrols visited the farm  houses in the j^0Ji ,,,���..,,. ,���  l.���1,,,l...!ltiv���  li(.;., ,
surrounding districts, and all the men I, fa ^^ fm bugine8S rea80nB_ Tlie
were taken prisoners, while horses and , Cl,IIV0|ltion m(.et8 ������ Mond evenin_ ,0
guns were removed. Lord Roberts ItiL^ g mV) candidate> Ex.Attornev-
"���"��� ;i""|!i,L   A    hn;"   l"'lMV   ","' ai General Eberts left this afternoon on',,
st,imping   tour tu   Lillooet  and otlier
Houston is Nominated in Nelson ���
Union Labor Meeting;���Mackintosh
Coming to Greenwood.
Vancouver, Hay 18.���C. E. Tisdall,
ex-M. P. P.,  has  resigned  his  notnina-
view oi preventing guerilla fighting iu
the rear ol ihe. British, liorses are
now commandeered, una tanners'
nouses, where guns are found, are destroyed while the men me arrested.
Six hundred Britisli cavalry crossed
the Vaal iriday at Ruin berg, about is
miles Oelow Fourteen blreaius and went
to 'i'mings followed by cuminundues. A
second detach men t oi British crossed at
ihe same place dn Saturday. The
tiriijuanuidcrs under General Anzwe-
geu, alter being reinlorceil, repulsed the
British and forced them iu the direction
ot Tauiigs. General Answegun vwts
killed. Tne other Boer casualties Mere
seven wounded. The British loss was
Heavy. I'.verytiung was brought away
I from the laagers except a lew lenls leit
tu attract thu enemy's shells. i'aungs
is occupied by olid Boers.
A dispatch to thu London Daily Telegraph irom Mnaiueei, dated Tuesday,
.nay 8, .-ays:    "Stores lll'u   being   uccll
points.
Houston Nominated.
At the convention of tlie Provincial
psrty, which met in Nelson on Saturday
evening, John Houston was tendered it
unaniinou.8 nomination as the party's
standard hearer in the approaching provincial elections. Tlie convention surpassed all other gatherings of the kind
both in point of attendacco and enthu-
I siasin, and the ovation which the candidate received upon being presented to
the convention was olid which will
doubtless linger ill the recipient's  mind
i for many years lo coma.
Fight For Leadership.
There is a light on among the conservatives as ts leadership. .('. II. Mackintosh of Kossland has money and is
spending it freely in hiring brazen-
throated spellbinders and in purchasing
newspapers. Charles Wilson of Van-
initialed Here. Convoys are proceeding : couver has the prestige of nominal
regularly tu ihe north, and al.-o to iVyn- leadership and a plallorin that not even
Ding,   io'uer.il ilution's brigade, while
skirmishing yesterday,  took no prisoners."
A Prutoriadispatch of May Hth, says:
President Kruger lias received a telegram irom a ourgheress asking ii the
iime lias not arrived tor the formation ol
a corps oi women, adding thai she is
prepared with a body oi volunteers to
take up arms iu defense ul ihe independence ol ihe Transvaal.
THE CORPORATION EDITOR.
(Wi iltrii [oi the Miller.)
'E's a bloomin' funny 'I' my
And '<��� talks a lot o' hush.
The C. P. R. 'as strings on 'im.���
Which isn't any josh.
��� E's a talkin' through 'is whiskers
Because 'e's paid to lie,
\ud Ihe'arm 'e'll do Joe Martin,���
You can put it in your eye.
'ahry,
he himself stands on. What a fall this
is from the traditions of the grand old
party that John A. Macdonald kept in
power lor a quarter of a century.
���Tribune.
Jeffries Defeats Corbett.
New York, May 11.���Jeffries won the
light with Corbett, putting his opponent oul in the 28d round with a lefthander on the jaw, The betting before
thu tight was 2 to  1  ou  Jeffries.   The
men's weights When they entered the
ring were: Corbett, 1S2 pounds ; Jeffries, 200. Jeffries entered the ring at
10:20 p. in., and was billowed a minute
lat.-r   by  Corbett,     The    men   shook
' hands and at. 10:34 were iu readiness for
i tlie contest to begin.
POLITICAL EXTRACTS.
\V. M.  Lawrence, a   hardware man at
Revelstoke, was the choice of the Mar
tin liberal convention on Saturday. II.
A. Brown, L. Lewis, F. Lewis, etc., were
other names mentioned.
This is Rich.
Grand Forks, May 12.���Charles  Powell, local manager for the  Hunter-Ken-1    ,.,,,,   .., , .,
drick company,   is   authority   for the     Ralph Smith, an ardent worker in tbe
tatement that one lirm in  this  city re-! interests of tlie  masses,  says of  Hon.
shift  warehouse   hack   to  its   proper | cently paid If80,000 for freight rates for a Joseph   Martin:    "His principles ar<
jrmle; that he be paid $800,  he paying  period of three months,
all legal'and other expenses up to date      Has Montgomery, Ward A Co. estab-
i on his side, and  that Silver street be Hshed a branch in that large city?
narrowed to (ill feet between Greenwood
and Wellington  streets.   The report of
the committee was rccepted  and   the
first-class. If Joe Martin gets into
power and brings forward the principles
he has laid down I will  support him."
Hewitt linstock has been  given some
straight pointers by his  liberal   friends.
necessary steps were ordered taken to ; evening, May P.I. All friends of labor I The result will likely he that his input il into elioct. a're requested to attend the meeting. gans, tlie Vancouver Province, kaiii-
Tlie treasurer was empowered tndraw loops Sentinel and the little rooter, the
ja check for $273 in payment for city safe       Great Bargains in men's straw hats at   (Iolden Era, will lie whipped   into   line.
I now at depot.    The nuisance inspector! G. F. Wiiliams. ,���Ferguson Eagle.
Labor Mass Meeting.
There will he a mass meeting of laboring  men in Miller's   hall   on   Saturday
\ THE   GREENWOOD   MINER
Tuesday, May 15, 1900
PICKED   SPECIMENS.
Little swear-wheels, in form not unlike the Bur man prayer-wheels, are
now in use on the golf links in Kashmir
They are conducive to silence, as when
one misses a particularly good stroke,
one takes the wheel hurriedly from the
caddie and violenty turns it around.
Two Boston men on their way to Taunton on their wheels, stopped at a farm
house for bread and milk A small boy
nf six or thereabouts seemed interested
in them, and offered to do the "cake
walk" for two cents. After the performance they invited him to have a cooky.
He took one without any acknowledgement, when one of them asked, "Do
you know what 'thank you' is in English?" Without any hesitation the
youngster made answer, "Do you know
what 'shut up' is in French?"
A braw son of Scotia accepted an invitation to spend a fortnight with a friend
in London, whose quarters were in the
dense purlieus of Clerkenwell. On joining Ids host at breakfast the morning
after his arrival tlie following colloquy
took place, much to the annoyance of tlie
mistress of the house: Host.���"Well,
Sandy, old man, how did you sleep?"
Sandy.���"Avveel, mon, to say the truth,
na so vara weel."   Host.���"1 am sorry
to "     Sandy   (interrupting)���"Ah,
dinna fash yesself, mon I 1 was better
aft than the fleas, for they never closed
a blessed e'e the whole night."
At, a meeting of an autograph society
composed of young women in Chicago,
one particular celebrity who had remained obdurate to all requests for his
signature was almost unanimously voted
a "mean old thing.'' The one girl who
had not concurred in the general condemnation asserted that the others did
not know how to manage this particular
lion. "I'll show you," she declared,
and forthwith wrote and mailed to the
celebrity a request composed of only two
words. They were "Autograph please."
At the next regular meeting the girl
appeared triumphantly waving a sheet
of letter-paper over her head. It was
the reply of the celebrity, lie seemed
reproachful. All he wrote was: "You
must he pressed (or time," with Ids signature following.
The family of Count Tolstoi has a
large circle of acquaintances and hardly
an evening passes hut there are gnosis,
says the Newcastle (England) Chronicle At one music party a lady's singing displeased Count Tolstoi's  boys, end
they adjourned to another room and
made a noise, Their father lost patience and went after them, and a characteristic admonition ensued.
"Are you making a noise on purpose," lie asked.
After some hesitation came an answer in the affirmative:    "Y-y-yes."
"Does not her singing please you'.'"
"Well, no. Why does she howl?"
declared one of the boys, with vexation.
"So you wisli to protest against her
singing?" asked Leyeff .Nikolaevilch, in
a serious tone.
"Yes "
"Then go out and say so, or stand in
the middle of the room and tell everyone present. That would be rude, hut.
upright and honest. But you have got
together and are squealing like grasshoppers iu a corner. I will not endure
such protests."
PLATFORM OF THE
MARTIN GOVERNMENT.
WHEN VOU WANT
THE BEST IMPORTED CIGARS and TOBACCOS, CONFECTION A B Y, M A( IA ZIN i;s,
PERIODICALS, STATIONARY
and   BOUSE  PLANTS.  GOTO
Mu
Call at Robbins Bros, stables fur first-
class saddle and driving horses. They
have the nobbiest rigs in town.
1. The abolition of tlie $200 deposil
for candidates for the legislature.
2. The bringing into force, as soon as
arrangements can be completed, of the
Torrens registry system.
IL The redistribution of the constituencies on tlie basis of population, allowing to sparsely populated districts a
proportionately larger representation
than to populoos districts and cities.
4. The enactment of an accurate system of government sealing of logs, and
its rigid enforcement.
5. The re-enactment of the disallowed labor regulation act, 1S!IS and
also all the statutes of 1899, containing
anti-Mongolian clauses if disallowed as
proposed by the dominion government.
li. To take a firm stand in every
other possible way with a view of discouraging tlie spread of Oriental cheap
labor in this province.
7. To provide for the official inspection of all buildings, machinery and
works, with a view of compelling Hie
adoption of proper safeguards to life and
health.
.s.   Witli regard to the eight hour law
the government will continue to enforce
the law as it stands.    An Immediate enquiry will be made  bv the  minister of
��� mines into all grievances put forward in
'connection   with   its  operation,  witli a
: view of bringing about an amicable settlement.    If no   settlement  is reached
j the principle of the referendum   will   he
I applied and a vote taken at the general
election as to whether the law  shall   he
repealed.     If the law is sustained by the
vote it will lie  retained  on  the statute
books with its penalty clause.    If modifications can be made  removing  any  of
tlie friction brought about, without impairing the principle of the law. they
will be adopted. If the vole is against
il the law  will he repealed.
li. To re-establish'.he Loudon agency of British Columbia, and to take
every effective means of bringing before
the British public the advantages of this
province as a place for the profitable investment of capital.
111. The retaining of tlie resources of
the pioviuee as an asset for the benefit
of the people, and taking effective
measures to prevent the alienation of
the public domain, except to actual settlers or for actual bona fide business, or
industrial purposes, putting an end to
the practice of speculating in connection
with the same.
11. The taking nf active measures for
the systematic exploration of the province.
12. The borrowing of money for the
purpose of  providing  roads,  trails  and
I bridges, provided that in every case the
money necessary to pay the interest and
sinking   fund    n    connection   with  the
I loan shall be provided hy additional taxation so as not. to impair tlie credit of
the province.
13. Ill connection with the construction of government roads and trails, to
provide by the employment of competent civil engineers and otherwise that
nro s,
Next. Door to
BAKNEUMAN'S.
COPPER STREET.
^>��W*Y��ViYiV��Vi('iV^
Awnings and |
Tents, . ���
Write fur
rices on .
B. C. Pottery Company, Ltd,
Victoria.
the  government,   money    is  expended  i�� ''j
upon some system which will be advan- j :*
tageousto   the general   public,   so   that   |   ��� ftr;,;/;   %Mfa���r,
I the old system of providing  roads  us  as  1 ' '-'��� J-"--^^     Washington.   -
j special favor to   supporters   of   the  gov-   f^MIWWrVWWWU^
! ernment may be entirely  discontinued.
II.    To keep the ordinary annual   ox-
: pi'iiditiire within  the ordinary  annual
revenue, in order to preserve intact the j
| credit of the province, which is its best j
jassel. MANUFACTURERS   OF
15,   To adopt a system of government     Sewer   Pipe,   Chimney   Pipe,  Fire
construction and operation of railways, j Bricks, Pressed Bricks. Flower Pott.
and immediately to proceed with  the I and Fire Proofing Tile.
construction of a railway  on  the south - - ���    -
! side of the I'Viser river,  connecting  the ' J.*f\s*^s*-^''*-*f\s>~*f***'^*s\s*^s*>***-(
coast with t,���.   Kootenay   district,   with   J CIGARS, TOBACCO, >
I the understanding thiil unless tho other  \ FRUITS  CONFECTIONS      S
railways now constructed   in  the prov-   S  S0FT DRINKSi'ETC  '     S
j inee give   fair connections,   and  make   c ��   ���  ���,��������� (
i equitable joint freight and passenger ar- j / *'  WAX����JL )
j rangements. the province  will  continue ' )   Copper Street. Greenwood.   )
! this line to the eastern boundary of   the
province.    Proper connection with such
Kootenay railway to begiven to the Island    THE LION
i of Vancouver.  With respect toother parts '
i of .the province,   to   proceed   to  giv,  to
: every portion of it  railway  connections
��� at as early a date as   possible,   the   rtiil-
[ way when constructed to be operated by
the government through a  con,mission.
10.    A railway bridge to be construct-
oil   in   connection    with   the   Kootenay
! railway across  the   Fraser  river, at   or
Bottling Works.
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS.
.Manufacturers of all kinds of Carbonated Beverages,
SOi.E AGENTS Fun Tin:
LION BREWING CO.,
near  New   Westminster,   and   running ] Rossland. B. C.
powers    given  over    it    to    any    i"'il-; The largest brewerv in British Coiuino.a.
wav  company applying  lor the same, ,. .    ,,,   ���,,._���
under p, er conditions JAb'    M'CREATH & CO.,
17.   In case itis thought at any time' Proprietors,
advisable to give a   bonus  to any railway company, the same to  be  In  cash,   r jg ���  _
and nol by way of a land grant; and  no
such bonus to be   granted   except   upon!     *���     ^-^      *���"^ ^tf' fc- ��� 9 9
the condition thai a fair in lonnt of the i
bonds or shares of the company be
transferred to thu province, and effect ive
means taken io give the province eon-l
trol of the freight and passenger rates,
and provision Hindu against such railway having any liabilities against ii ex-
cept actual cost.
IS.    To   take   awav    from    tlie  lieu-
&   v/    .i__*C/iLa��
Eleven Large
Offices in
The Miller Block,
Rooms Rented in Suite
or Seperate	
The building  Is
I'lilriilly   located,  hosted
teniiiit-governor-in-coliucil anv power to  w,,h ll0t""' *"'"' t"rnlsll<!a witli flush clarets.
,     , i   ,     ,��� , '.ii Apply to JANITOR, Milleililoek.
make substantive   changes   in   ihe   law.
confining   the  jurisdiction   entirely  to
matters   of  detail   in   working  out   the   H-   M.   KEEFER,
laws enacted by the legislature.
19. The establishment of an institution within the province for tlie education of the deaf and dumb.  GREENWOOD, B. C	
20. To repeal the alien exclusion act,
as the reasons justifying   its  enactment THE. GREEN WOOD   MINER    I'KINI
MINING  and REAL
ESTATE BROKER.
IXG CO. hii8 been appointee} agent lor
Spokane
Engraving Co.
Orders will be received for nil.her
stamps, corporation, notary, uml lodge
seals, stencils, me in l checks, engravings,
etc., etc Prompt attention to orders
mnl quick delivery.
j no longer obtain.
21. An  amicable   settlement of the
'dispute  with Ihe dominion government
as to Deadman's Island,  Stanley  Park
and   other    lands,   and   an  agreement
, with Mr. Ludgate, by which, if possible,
a sawmill industry may  be established
and carried   n   Deadman's Island, j KJ'ir ���__ff"*/1   'T* 7lr\tf'f\ f7
j under  satisfactory  conditions,   protect-! IT  I Jill (J    C(//2 IHtj...
\ ing the intererts of the public. w. L. BERG, Greenwood, Post Office,
22. Proper means of giving technical   Tg PKEPAUED. T0 no pIAN0 -|TV
instruction to miners and prospectors. [jjq   \\,j> repair.
.lost:,.ii Martin.    |lNG. SATISKACTIONGUARANTEED Tuesday, May 15 1900
THE   GREENWOOD   MINER.
THE WESTMINSTER CONFESSION.
Aii I'nelecteil Infant sighed oul its little
breath,
And   wandered  through   the   darkness
along the shores of death,
Until the gates of heaven, agleam with
pearls, il spied,
And ran tu them, and clung there,  and
would not. he denied���
Though still from earth rose inutterings :
"Yon cannot enter in ;
Depart into Gehenna, you child of wrath
and sin."
At last, the gates were  opened:  a  man
with features mild,
Stoop down and raised tlie weeping and
I'nelecteil child.
Immortal light thrilled softly down  the
avenues of bliss,
As on  the infant's forehead the spirit
placed a kiss.
"Who are you, thus to hallow  my  11,1-
elected brow?"
"Dear child, my name was Calvin���hut
1 see things better now."
��� Boston Transcript.
POLITICAL EXTRACTS.
Charles II. Mackintosh, candidate in
tlie Rossland riding ot the-boys'-who-do
not- know-where-lhey-are-at-nn-any-ptil-
itical-qUestion, passed through Nelson
yesterday from a trip to eastern Canada.
���Tribune.
The Martinites claimed Victoria at a
meeting of the liberal association Friday night. .Their candidates for president, vice-president and secretary being
elected by narrow majorities. George
Riley, the veteran president, was defeated by W. H. Haima, a strong .Martin man.
The provincial party people are trying
hard to make the people on the coast believe that Martin borrowed a lot of his
platform planks from them. If this is
true Joe is to he pitied. If the provincial party were returned to power it
Would be a case of out of the frying pan
into the tire. Of the two parties give, us
JneV. Tlie provincial party claim that
their policy is one of common sense.
Kaslo has been suffering from that common sense for the past years.���Koote-
nitiu.    And (Ireenwood says amen I
John Keen's embracive policy has
been the subject of much discussion iu
Slocan riding and it is conceded that the
ex-mining recorder runs a pretty good
chance of beating Bob Green. The hitter's election addresses go over much
the same ground as Keen's, but as Keen
has the best of it in the way of looking
after the interests of the miners and
prospectors, he may catch some extreme
votes, also by his advocacy of the extension of the franchise to women. Both
Keen and (ireen are over in tlie Slocan
Lake district hunting for votes.���Nelson
Miner.
PHOENIX NOTES.
Tlie C. P. R. track should he completed to tlie'Phoenix mines in another
week.
The 8000-ton ore bins at the Knob Hill
and Old Iionsides have been tilled witli
ore waiting transportation facilities.
In the Snowshoe tunnel ore has been
encountered at a distance of about 151)
' feet.
Thomas Roderick lias returned from
a two-months trip to St. Paul. Chicago
and Hamilton. Out.
The Phoenix board of trade, at a
meeting held last week, endorsed the
Kettle river tramway act.
Smith & McRae have always on hand
the latest and most popular novels.
Spokane Falls &
Northern Railway Co.,
Nelson & Ft. Shephard Ry. Co.,
Red Mountain Railway Co.
The only nil mil route between nil
points East, West nnd South tn . . .
Rossland,
... Nelson ...
���AND���
Intermediate Points.
���iiV*Viii.,,iV.iimii..,.V1,,V..IV.i����V,V,.i��
iii'tViViiiVmrtC    j   /
%    Call and Get....
I SUITED.
-* i
j|   ] YA'e  have an excellent stock
%   I of MEN'S SUITS made for
SPRING and SUMMER TRADE
'   of 1900.
I
|    NOTHING OLD-FASHIONED ABOUT THEM. \   I
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Goods are Right; Prices are Right.
J. F. Rodgers.
I
Connecting
AT SPOKANE with the
Great Northern, Northern Pacific
ANO.R.&N.Co.
Cl INN KITS At
Nelson with Steamer for
Kaslo ;;",'.' Kootenai Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Republic,
Ami Connects Daily nt Bossburg
Stage Daily for
GRAND  FORKS and GREEHW0OD.
P. BURNS & CO.,
Dealerm In
Fresh and Cured Meats,
Fish, Oysters, Poultry, Etc.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
BOUNDARY   CREEK   LOAN  AND  MERCANTILE
S>      <&      AGENCY. THOMAS   MILLER, Manager	
)�� Real Estate, nines, Insurance.
)o OFFICE".     Corner   Copper   and   Deadwood    Streets
CjULPJlJLPJlJLPJUU^
LEAVE,
limit) a. m.
U.M5 ii. in.,
ailij n. in .
Spokane
.ItoBSlHlld..
, Nelson...
AlllllVK.
i'.:::ii u. tn.
:88 V  in!   TJHB   ln':sT   BEER   lx   TOWN    is   MADE   liY   TIIK
H. A. JACKSOW,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
tmmmmMmmm
- Elkhorn
Elkhorn Brewery,
PORTMANN BROS. & CO.,   Props.
CANADIAN j* *
*-" PACIFIC
SOO PACIFIC LINE
Ry* Lager
Deer.
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE  EROM
KETTLE RIVER AND BOUNDARY
CREEK DISTRICTS.
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
\       The Elkhorn   Lager  Beer   contains
only pure Malt and
Hops.   Try it!
II Is kept on
Draught or in Hot-
ties by all Ihe head
ny; Hotels in this
District.
East
TO AI.I. POINTS
AND
West.
BELTING.
West hound.    Daily Trrin.    Kasthound.
111.Hi. Sieiiiiious Jet. by 5.46.
Connecting steamer leaves l'enticton
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday* 6:00
Connecting Steamer arrives at
Penticton
Monday, Wednesday. Friday, 17:30
Direct Service to uml from nil points viu West
Kobson, except Sunday.
H.35 Lv.
GREEMW00D.
rilltOI.'iiH TICKETS TO
AI.I, EASTERN POINTS
AT LOWEST RATES.
Users of this article would do well to examine our stock n this line. We
carry a larger assortment than any other dealer in the Province. Tlie Electric
Brand of Rubber Belting we stock is not excelled by any other make. It is used
by all tlie large mills in the Province. We carry it in stock up to 22 inches, and
Leather Belting up to 1(1 inches in width.
McLennan, McFeeley ��Sr Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.   Wholesale Hardware.
Agents for the Giant Powder Co., San  Francisco,   and   for   the   Majestic   Steel
Range, St. Louis, Mo.
Branch Stoics at Dawson, Atlin, and  Bennett Cities.
for full  Information us to time, rates,  Kte.1
also for copies of Canadian  Pacific  Railway
publications apply io
E  Ii   REDPATH, Agent,Greenwood,
IV. K. ANDERSON, k. j. rovi.i:,
T. P. A.' Nelson. A. Q. P. A., Vane, i
The GEM RESTAURANT 2 Open Day and Night.
w . ...._-... ��._��...��._-._*        I Lunches Put Up. **
"J* LUNCH COUNTER,
Copper St., reenwood.
Meals at All Hours. THE   GREENWOOD   MINER
Tuesday, May 15, 1900
THE    OREENWOOD    MINER.
Published Tuesday and Friday at Greenwood,
British Columbia,
THE GREENWOOD MINER   PRINTING COMPANY.
rancher, who lias been accustomed to
working his men 16 hours in 24 and paying them in hoard and clothes and $5 a
month. The quicker such pin headed
calamity howlers hie themselves back to
their Australian or New Zealand rabbit
reserves, the better off will our province
become.
W.   S.   KEITH, Editor and Manager.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
Domestic, One Year $2.00
Six Months fl.2B|
Foreign, One Year 53.00
Payable invariably in Advance,
Advertising rates furnished on application,
No patent medlolne ads taken except at full
rates.
Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.
"Certificate ol Improvement" notices, is.oo
ami fio.co for legal life of notice.
Four weekly insertions constitute one month's
advertising.
Miners' Hotel,
COPPER STREET.
The Minbr Is on sale at the following places:
Greenwood.
Kinj,' -t Co., Smitb .t MoRao, Monroe * Co., P,
o. News Room.
Cascade j Cascade City News Co. Rossland:
P.O. News Room, anaconda. B. C; P. O.
News Room.  Spokane:  The Shaw-Borden Co.
Entered at tbe Greenwood, H. c, post office
as second class mail matter.
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TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1900,
WORKINGMEN,  ATTENTION I
If the laborlngmen of the province
will only take pains to find out what the i
a nth Martin party say and think oftheui
in their Btruggle for shorter hours and
better wages, there will not be a single
one of their votes cast for ail anti Mar-i
tin candidate on June 9th,
In the Victoria Colonist of May   Kith,
one sufferer nf   Miutinpliol.ia   writes  as!
follows:   "Those promises of Mr.  Martin and  others, of  a   niilleiiinni,   where
hours,-wages and taxation will he regu-
iilated to suit the ivorkingnian are all
balderdash, mere hails to catch the
votes of those ignorant of the  inevitable
laws governing these matters."   But the
writer says further on: "I write this
not because I pretend to pose as the entirely disinterested friend of the wage-
earner. I am in a small way an owner
of real estate in the province, and I am
hound to suffer if the present disasterous
state of affairs continues."
Tlie only clause in the Martin platform concerning the length of a working
day is number eight, which says:
"With regard to tlie eight-hour law the
government.will continue to enforce the
law as it stands, etc.." This anti-Martin maniac must perforce be an opponent of the eight-hour law, as in heart
are the great majority of the remainder
of that faction. He owns up at the close
of his indignant tirade against Mr. Martin and Ids policy, that he is taking this
stand from a selfish, personal motive,
that he may suffer if tlie laborii.L'iiian
Only works eight hours, and yet demands regulation pay. The writei
must be a sheep-herder or  a   back-land
About the vilest attack yet made on
Hon. Joseph Martin is tlie attempt of
the Winnipeg Free Press and the Region
Leader to blacken him witli the slime
of their own peculiar views.���Toronto
Telegram.
The Mackintosh crowd is getting discouraged, His push now realize that,
public sentiment is rising against them
add their candidate, and that Hon. Mr.
Mackintosh will be swept into political
oblivion next month,���Industrial World.
At Princeton Mr. Murphy promised
to Btrongly support a reasonable subsidy for a railway from Hope through the
Similkameen, as well as promising his'
Martin says we will use the subsidy to
build the road ourselves ; and Mr Martin's idea will commend itself to the
electors.
We were of the opinion that (ireen- ]
wood had a hoard of trade, but according to tlie Phoenix Pioneer we have
none, Phoenix being the only proud
possessor of that august body in this
section ot British Columbia, Phoenix
will be coming out next with a mayor
and aldermen and calling herself the
"metropolis of the Boundary," that is,
if tlie Pioneer has its own sweet way.
The period of faint.ness experienced
li) Mr. Ross on the evening that he received the linguistic custigation by
Premier Martin must have caused him
to dream strange dreams, for in an interview with .the Rossland Miner (Mackintosh's or'���'an),'he say.s that "the majority of the audience clearly showed
that they had no use for Martin." Mr.
Koss perhaps imagined the huge audience was cheering his own appearance
on the platform. When will bugeyes be
opened'.'
The following is an extract from
Charles Wilson's Vancouver address.
"How many votes will we lose by
reason of having no parly organ? In
my opinion absolutely not a single vote.
��� Why? Because the power of the press
to Influence the votes of u great party
contending for a great principle is practically nil."
In the face of these remarks what reasons will Mr Wilson give for tlie purchase of the Westminster Columbian?
Will he lend us its editorial columns to
support Mr. Martin. Unless he does
we will he forced to believe Mr. Wilson
insincere.
The Victoria Colonist on May 10th indulged in an anti-Mclnnis, grand-stand
play, and finished spasmodically as follows: ''When; do we stand? Manifestly with nothing left us except the
employment of force, iu other words, rebellion. We have had usurpation,
shall we be forced to rebellion?" What
consummate idiots people who are lighting on the losing side will make of
themselves.   No means are too low or
too senile to be used if there is a vote to
influence. The anti-Martin party seeing that they are being worsted in the
political light, are now making a pretence 'of fearing rebellion. What Infantile trash'for a paper to publish in
this enlightened country; and especially
infantile are'the' publishers in Imagining that such stuff will influence a sin
���.le voter in this province.
WALTER WATERLAND. Prop.
A Finely Equipped  Bar,
Board by Day  or Week.
TELEPHONE CONNECTION.
Best of Cuisine Service.   Rooms
neat   ami    Well   Furnished.
r'ainmro"'oTmrra'oTr^
The Waterous Engine Works Co., Limited, j
c
OF   BRANTFORD,   OINT., I
e
Manufacturers of Engines, Hollers, Saw Mill and Planing '
Mill Machinery,   Brick Machinery,  Link   Belt Conveyors,  Rock \
Crushers,  and  Hoists,  Water Wheels,  Etc.,  Etc.
Second-Hand Machinery, Thoroughly Refitted, Always on Hand. c
W.  L.  LEONARD,  Agent,
George Block, Copper Street.      <
ALSO REPRESENTING: J
AMERICAN HOIST & DERRICK CO. i
T. MrAVI'l'Y & SONS,  Brass Goods and  Plumbers'Supplies. <
TROY LAUNDRY MACHINERY CO, J
W. A. FLEMING & CO.. Belting and Mill Supplies. .
BRUN9WICK-BALKE-COLLENDER t'o.. Billiard Tables. ;
Estimates Furnished for Plants of All Descriptions.      ;
LSULSLSLSUUUlSLSLSLSLSUUUlSULaJLSLSLSU^ A.
WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE 4 4
ANY OLD THING AT THE	
O.I.C."
A. L. White <Sr Co.       second hand store
Opposite Sprott & Macpherson's.
Cunliffe & Ablett,
ENGINEERS. BOILERMAKERS
MACHINISTS and IRON FOUNDERS.
t Our machine shops are now complete ami we aro prepared to do the heaviest class of work*
; ore cars, ore buckets, shafting, hanger* and pulley*. Pipe work h specialty, Estimates given
I on nil dosses of work.   I'umpa always fn stock.
SECOND-HAND   MACHINERY:    ' ^-''-.^"^^e.^x m-h p..
Locomotive type, holier  mid skids complete,
l���o.foot Pelton whool. .vlthttUO feel b pee hi I weldod pipe from HI ins. t<> 8 ins.
Ro-S-sland, jjjfej��� **&.Jfc.o*Jfe Jfc.
Agenl In Greenwood,   Wm. Smith, No. it, N*adon-Flood Blk.   P, <�� Bx. MB,
Eholt Meat Market
A FULL SUPPLY OF
��� FRESH MEATS, SAUSAGE, Etc
P, BURNS A CO.      Kllol.T, II. C.
n. A.ui ,:ss, M. i. n. A. m'Kss, si, a.
GUESS BROS.,
MIRING ENGINEERS.
Assay, Analyses, Reports.
Cyanidk  Woukiv; Tksts.    Amalgamation and Concentration.
n. F. Mlekli).
!���'. Archer.
PALACE SALOON,
Mickle & Archer.
BOLSTER, WASHINI
TON.
20,000 Feet C. C. S
WIRE
ROPE
7H-IN('H DIAMETER.
KOlt SALE AT
...NELSON, B. C.
PRICE:   $13 00
Per loo feet. .lust received from England.
Apply to
J. C T. CROFTS,   8 or liTIi P. O. Nelson, It. ('.
For BAR MIRRORS, PLATE,
SHEET or C0UL0RED
GLASS, PAINTS,
WALL PAPERS, OILS, VARNISHES, ROOM and
PICTURE MOULDINGS, ETC.
A. R. HEYLAND,
Mines and   Mineral  Claims Surveyed.
George BLK,, (ireenwood, B, ('.
A. F. ASKEW,
GRAND, FORKS,B.C.
Boundary Creek representatives of J. w. Midler
: of Victoria, who carries the largest' stock in
! above  lines  in  it G    As nearly  nil of those
goods are Imported via Cape Horn tho cheap
1 height excludes eastern dealers Tuesday, May 15 1900
THE   GREENWOOD   MINER.
kf
Report on the Waterloo.
At a special meeting of the Waterloo
Mining & Milling Company on Saturday
it wns unanimously decided to increase
tlie capital Btock by 250,000 shares, making thu capitalization 1,260,000 shares.
The increase is to go into the treasury,
ami has U-en iniide to permit of the further development of the mine, which is
in Camp MeKinney, II. C. A large part
of the stool: was represented iu person
or hy proxy at tlie meeting, and the decision to enlarge the capital was made
unanimously. It was reported that the
mill had been restarted crushing last
Tuesday, and that ihere was sufficient
ore on hand to keep it running for several mouths.
In n report, of the directors to the
stockholders, made on March 20, a financial statement showed that the
money received from all but 10,0(10 of
the 2i)0,00() shares in the treasury had
been spent on mining, the mill, hoist,
pump and supplies, leaving; only a small
amount, in the treasury With the additional funds secured by the sale of the
additional treasury, it willbeinipossible,
according to tile calculations of the
hiiiiuigeinent, Jo put the mine on a self-
sustaining, dividend-paying basis. The
addition of live more stamps to the mill
is contemplated, as Ihe management believes that the mine cannot give paying
results with the present limited capacity of the mill.
The record of work accomplished by
the expenditure of funds secured by the
sale of the original treasury and returns
of bullion is given in   the report   as fol-
THK   CANADIAN
Bank of G
oiumerce.
Bead Office, TORONTO.
Established 1867.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $6,000,000.
|Six Million Dollars.]
BEST if 1,000,000
President Hon. Geo. A. Cox.
General Manager B. E. Walker.
Ass't. Geil'l. Manager.. .J. II. Pl.UMMBH
Tbis bank has the largest number of
branches of any bank in Canada, with
agencies at New York, Chicago, New
Orleans, Skagway and Dawson City.
Accounts of Corporations, Merchants
anil  Individuals received on favorable
! terms.
Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travelers'Credits and Circular Notes issued
available in any part of the world.
Approved Twites Discounted; Collections made.
A general Hanking business transacted.
GREENWOOD   BRANCH.
D. A. CAMERON,
Manager
Listen I
������������
The thing to use for
CHAPPED HANDS AND TIIK FACE IS
Witch Hazel and Cucumber Cream
...a,MILLER BROS.,
Greenwood, B. C. DRUGGISTS and JEWELLERS.
....BANK of  MONTREAL....
Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000.
Rest $6,000,000
President:
Lord Strathcona. and Mount Royal.
Vice-President:
Hon. Gkoroe a. Dk\?mmond,
(icneral Manager K. 8. Cloustoii
The Wm. Hamilton Manufacturing Co.,
LIMITED.
MINING   MACHINERY,
Peterborough, Ontario,
CANADA.
Branches in London, Eng., New
York, Chicago,
Anil in ihe jii'iiii'ipal cities in Canada.
lows:
"One shaft near the eastern portion of
our property, was sunk to the depth  of
85 feet,    A'drift of 2li0 feet was run west      ,, ,     ,,    ~"���    ,
��j ,    ,1      1  ,,, ,     . 1    ,.    ,���,,,,   ���,, l.iiv ami sell   ster ing   I'.xc iiingc  anil
from the shaft to a depth of (,o feet; also ; Cllb]^ Trnns{er8. Grant Commercial and
a drill, ot about 40 feet to the east.    I'll- j Travelers' Credits, available in any part
til the west drift was   in   about ISO feet, ' of the world.
the ledge was luilc.ll   broken   up, but  at ; Drafts    issued,    Collections  made,  etc.
that distance and at about SO feet depth
ledge became strong, in solid formation,
and nearly six feet wide, An average
assay from the face of the ledge went.
-t.44. This ledge held its width lor al
least r>() feet, when it narrowed to 18
inches to two feet. In driving through
this narrow ledge a drift four feet wide,
a large quantity of waste was broken j
down ami passed through the mill,
which reduced the earnings of the mill \
ve >��� materially, Owing to tlie freczin
of the water in our ditch we were com
polled to close the mill down on Feb, 1.
Since ihe closing ol Ihe mill drilling
both east and west has heen continued \
iii ore. So that then- is no doubt whatever in the minds of yo���r directors-bnt
what the property is in better condition
than at anv time before, ami with depth
we will have an ore shoot that will run
the full length of the company's property."���Review.
b\
The Boer Character.
Injustice, cruelty, ami rapine have always been the watchwords of the Trims
van I liners. Th.-ir religion takes its
color from the darkest portion of the
Old Testament; lessons of mercy and
gentleness are not ut all to their liking,
ami they seldom cure to read the lios-
pels. What tbey delight in are the
stories of wholesale butchery by the Israelites of old; and iu their own position tbey limi a reproduction of that of
the first settlers in tlie Holy Lund
Like them they think they are entrust-
.ed by the Almighty with the task of exterminating the heathen native tribes
around them, and are always ready with
"jhi scriptural precedent for slaughter and
robbery. The name of tbe Divinity is
continually on their lips, sometimes in
connection with very doubtful statements. . . . One very unpleasant
characteristic they have, and that is an
absence of regard for the truth, especially where lurid is coneeVned. Indeed,
the national characteristic is crystallised into u proverb, 'I am no slave to
my word.' "���Rider Haggard.
Greenwood =  Branch.
F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.
THE   BANK   OF
British North America.
Established In   1836.    Incorporated by  Royal
Charter!
PAID-UP    CAPITAL $4,866,666
RESERVE    FUND $1,460,000
LONDON   OFFICE:
8 element's Lane, Lombard St., E. C,
COURT   i��F   DIRECTORS:
.1  ll. Rrodld, John JamesCftier.Ga^pard Far
hi. Itichi.;d II. (ii ii, lienr, L.  K. Farrer, l_d.
Arthur Uoare, H. .1. B. Kendall, .1. J. Kings
ford, i;red Lubbock, (ieo. I). Whatman.
A.Q, WALLI8 Secretary.
Head Office in Canada:   St. Junes St. Mond
real.   li. Stlkeman, Gen. Mgr., .1. Btmsley, Inst*
BRANCHES IN CANADA:
London, Brantford, Hamilton, Toronto. Mont*
real, Ottawa, Kingston, Midland,-Quebec, St.
John, N. H. Brandon, Winnipeg, Fred eric ton ���
Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver, Rossland, Kuslo,
Trail, Ashcroft. Greenwood, Atlin, Bennett B.
('. and Dawson city.
\til_NTS IN TIIK UNITED STATES:
Spokane���-Traders' National Bunk nnd old
National Bunk. New York���(62 Wall St.) W.
Lawson and ,1. c. Welsh, agents. San Francisco���124 Sansome St., H. .1. MoMlchael and .1. it
Ambrose, agents.
LONDON   BANKERS:
Bank of England and Messrs. Glyn & Co.
FOREIGN AGENTS:
Liverpool"Bank of Liverpool. Australia���
Union Bank of Australia. New Zealand���Union Bank of Australia, Bank of New Zealand.
nulla, china, Japan���Chartered Mercantile
Bank of India, London and China, Agra Bank,
West Indies-Colonial Bank. Paris���MareuHrd
Krauss & Co.   Lyons���Credit Lyonnais.
J.   ANDERSON,   Manager,
Greenwood, B. C.
!SUPERIOR   LINE   OF   CIGAES.
MORENA,
Brands,  I INTERIOR and
MINER.
Made by INLAND CIGAR MFG. CO. of Knmloops, B. C.
CLEAR HAVANA   FILLER.
Nothing but B. C. Union Labor Employed.
���FOR SALE  AT���
Arlington, Pioneer, International, Pacific, Rossland, Ottawa
and Commercial Hotels, H. A. King & Co.
PROTECT HOME INDUSTRY.
Just a Reminder,
HOLMES.
KEMP & HOLMES.
In, nil kinds ol Jobbing.   Ofllcos cleaned, enrpots sawed and laid, windows cleaned, etc., etc
I Private nursing lor gentlemen,  All orders left >u
HENRY SAUVE'S STORE, COPPER STREET.
) Greenwood Cigar Store,
? DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS.
< SMOKERS' ARTICLES. . . .
S Dawaon �� Craddock.
National,"
Mus. E. Armstrong,   Finest Rooming
M"n"K''r        House In the City.
Rooms by DAY, WEEK or month.
Hath nnd Toilet
SCAVENGER
SERVICE......
Persona desiring work in this line
can have the*same dune promptly
by   dlopping   a   written   request
with   name and  locality, in  the
iniiil  box  now  in   place   at   the
I'ire Hall, on Greenwood street.
purnished Rooms*
Neat, Quiet and first-class.  ���
Heated by
Office  and   Heading    Room Furnace
first floor  Throughout.
SWAYNE HOUSE, SILVER ST.
CATHOLIC   CHURCH,    CHURCH   BTRKET
I'astor. Rev. W. Palmer, M. A. 1'h. D,  High
Mass, ll a. m.; Evening Devotions, 7:30 p. m.
Central Hotel
i
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SERVICES
held in Miller's Hull, Cupper street, every
Sabbath, 11 o'oloolt a. tn., nnd 7:80 p. ni. Sabbath School ut 2:10 p. in.
Rsv. Duncan, Camprku., Minister.
VILLANDRE & MASON,
Proprietors.
Headquarters for Miners.
The    Miner���the  best advertising
I medium in the Koundary.
SOCIETIES.
WESTERN     FEDERATION   OF   MINERS
The Greenwood Branch of the federation
meets hereafter   In Union ball, silver street,
at'iiiu p. in. every Saturday evening,
WALTER LONG. Secretary. THE   GREENWOOD   MINER
Tuesday, May 15, 1900
Prince Patrick of York.
0, Paddy, dear, and did you hear
The news that's; going round?
The shamrock blooms as ne'er before
All o'er Irish ground :
The Queen lias come to Dublin town
And right on top o' that,
She telegn "lis the Duke of York,
To call the baby Pat.
erally dusted the fixtures with him,
amid howls of laughter from the iu -
diencc. Koss was glad to escape.���Van,
couver World.
An order in council has been passed
doing away with tlie charge of $1 per
acre for dominion lands in British Col-
; iiinbia entered fur homesteads. In future these lands will be granted on tbe
same terms as under the dominion
hinds act for Manitoba  and  the  North-
She might, have given In the Duke
The choice of several names ;
For instance, Matthew,  Murk and Luke; west.
And Join, and, loe and .lames: ,,    ,.;    Qi)bert)   .,���   jn8uranc(,  ,,x|1,.r,
And Jacob, Isaac, Abraham, ,���,.,������ S;ul Frnnuisc0i ,mN ,���,,,��� appointed
But no-instead of that, secretary of the B.  C. board of under
She telegraphs the Duke of  i ork i wriu,rS| vi,(, ,   ,,   ������������������. ri,Ki���m���i.
To call the baby Pat.
She might, have wished the b,,y to bear, | pa88ed .,' res'ohr.i'on censuring their rep-   B^ASS   GOODS  A   SPECIALTY.
J.   RUSSELL.
T. HARDY
DEALERS IN
Russell Hardware Co.,
Almost all kinds of Hardware, Glassware, Crock-
eryware,    Woodenware,   Tinware, Graniteware,
Silver anil plated wares, Lamp "roods, Stoves of
all kinds; all stock sizes of glass windows and
doors; Belting and Packing of all kinds.
Some Scotch or Kuglish name,
Some chieftains of the mighty past
That lills tlie. trump of fame;
But Scottish names she put aside
And English���think of that���
And turning to the Emerald Isle,
She said:    " Let's call him Pat I"
0, Paddy, dear, 'tis very clear
The shamrock's blooming right,
So let's   be wearing of the green
And dance a jig tonight :
Tbe Queen has come to Dublin town
And right on top o' that
She telegraphs tbe Duke of York
To call the baby Pat !
���New York Mail and Express
The Midway Celebration.
resenlative   in    ihe   trades   and   labor
council for voting in   favor   of a   resolll-
! tion endorsing the candidature of Ralph
I Smith.
Lubricating and Illuminating; oils, guns, rifles
and Ammunition; Iron all sizes and shapes; all
kinds of drill and tool steel; black and gal. pipe
up to 3 in.    All kinds pipe linings up to (i in.
Agts. for CAINTOIN STEEL.
Liberal-Conser natives.
"There is no such party  in   tbis  Can-1
ada of  ours    as    the    liberal-conservatives, and never was.    The prefix   liberal is a case of appropriating a title which
:::;;r^;r^;::;;:;;:t:;; Sherwin & Williams' lS��"L"*fa,1,e
I angelic parly.     We bave lime and again tlle ae8t ��11 Lartft'
challenged those using the  title   liberal-
conservative to state their right io do Pedlar, Steel and Metal Roofing and Shingles.
w^ES",Eoi^{t BEST TINNING AND PLUMBING SHOP IN THE INTERIOR.
The following is the official programme |corre<n and  proper title of tbe party.
for the grand celebration at Midway on namely,   tory   or    luries.���Vancouver
May 24i World.
house racks. Lord    lleaconslield   once  said  that a
First Si'i'iind , person describing   himself  as a   liberal-
Prize, Prize. | '
Free-for-all,   % mile nnd  re- I conservative was a nian ol no lorc.e, who
in',it                                      .. iflim nn $ie nil' i     i      . .i                          ,           iii
Froo-fdr all, 000 yards dash ....    2U 01)       as Oil   had not tin urage to be  a   liberal,  or
Nora Winners in above mens ; the sense to be a conservative.
ImriTil Irinii nil oilier races.
Local horses only, U mile nnd -...-,..     -    ,
repeat                                       10 on 2" mi                        The Golden Eat'le.
Saddle horses. 000 yards dash.,    28 >��' 1ft uu      The inacbiuerv for the Gulden   Kagle
Itovs'ponv nil-.', ', iiiil.'du-li..     I" ��" i "'I i     .      .   ,   .      .   '     ,,   ,
Novelty rare, 'a mile.     lu in none  mine is being installed upon  tbe  prop-
trotting.                          j erty,   The shaft, which is now down 1H0 '
BInglo driver and fouMvheel    ^      ,��� M   feet; will be  i tinned  tn  the 200-foot
Nora   Entrance fee for above races 10 per I'Htil.   |,.Ve|,   when   crosscutting   and  drilling
ol poise, excepting boys' pony nnd novelty " ~
races, for wlileh there Is no uuirauee fee. will OH commenced        Ibis   property   is
HICYCI.B races. oueof the best on the North   Fork,  the
"'"���^^."ilierplfSofmirse.    ,;""' �����   running  high   in   gold  and copper,
oiii-'iaif in ledash     toco       t .,�� an()   \s  owned   bv the  Rnval Victoria
o m.ieiso: iii-.i ruii'ii 1',,-d.   Entrance , ���        .    .    ,
feefl.00. Hold .Mining company.     the  principal
Mies'race, h mile  m uu       6 00 Bi1H��,holdorH III wlileh am L, S. M. I'm,-
People who an* rteoustomed to fltunking
the high grade, time honored braudB of
"No entrance fee,
UKSrcitA). aroBTs.
Running long jump, $10.00; three trials.
Running ImkIi jump, $10.00; threu trials i>
leu r
Men's (u<n nice, 100 yards, JHuhi mid $5.00.
Green wuod Band in attendance.
retl and 1'. 1' Sharpe, botli nf Greenwood. Jaini's l'"o\ is imuitigiug superintendent of the property.
...Yyamna Cigars
Find it a grievous disappointment when they are even a little "off"
in flavor or condition. Our stuck is jealously and intelligently cared
for and is perfect, every cigar is full :if fragrance.
QUEEN CIGAR CO.,
ORDKIIS BY MAIL.
Telegraph or Telephone
Promptly Ait led to
TIIK  HAVANA CICt.VR   EMPORIUM
or  rill'! BOUNDARY COUNTRY . .
Clarendon Hotol Block,
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager,clBron greenwood, b.o
oul. SAVK TIIK QUERN.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
McElmon
THE WATCHMAKER
OPPOSITE THE NEW
The Mountain View.
The second and I bird   payments  bave
been malleoli the Mountain View claim
iu Suiatnll ciuup.   This muxes if 10,000
Three Forks,  May   li).���Twenty-two already paid and $15,000 more i" come,
delegates from six towns,   in   an   '.'iilliu-   The principal   owners   iu   I be   properly
siastie meeting last   night   Unanimously   are   I'al   Welch.   .1.   ('. Sera fiord. ,1. \V.
endorsed the business men's selection Stewart, G. A. Rendell, V.  Monier and
and-nominated John   Keen  to contest John'Dorsey.    Considerable  work  has   Is now located on Green
tin-Slocan riding.                                       \ already been done on  the  property and
A. K, Stuart of (ireenwood, one of the a good body of copper opened up.   Ex-
original proprietors of the News, has re- tensive development will be carried on
ceived an appointment as western  min-  'luring the i ling season.
ing representative at the Paris exhibi- _         Hats on to Canada.                            RENDELL BLOCK
tion.   The appointment is in every  re- xhc  Bloemfontefn correspondent   of
sped a good one, Mr     Stuart   being  an th,,   Daily   News,    describing   (ireater
accomplished    French    and    German Britain at the front says:    "To Canada
scholar, and possessing a  wide range of we take off our hats.   She has sent us,
knowledge concerning i be mineral pro- besides other won by representatives, a
duction    of    this    province.���Vernon regiment, of infantry that wins admira-
News. lion from every soldier for marching.
,,      ...   i   I,    ,        .... , endurance   or   lighting.     It   can cbal-
airs. \\. .1, Harber of Greenwood  ar-  , .,���   .   ...ifi i   ,, ii
lenge a co iiparisiin  with   anv   battalion
rived in town on Monday and will spend , ,��� uird Roberts' army, and   that is say-
the summer here,     Mr.  Harber is ex- ing a good deal."
pected  up  in   a   few   days.���Vernon
News.
4y  -       YEARS
OO    EXl'EUIENCE.
Full assortment of material and tools b
do correct, work.
MAIL   SERVICE.
Martin anil Curtis are now in (Ireenwood camp. They bad a hot encounter
with Editor Duncan Koss oftheGreen-
ivood Daily Times, who has been a hot
anti-Martin man. Robs attempted to
make a string of charges against .loe,
who waited till Dune finished,   then  lit-
CLEANING, REPAIRING,
TENT MAKING,
and Awnings.
ANTOINE MAURJN,
Opposite tho Alhambra Hotel,
Deadwood St.
Office Hours:   ft a. m, to 6:16 p, m,
MniN elose for Grand Forks, Kossland nnd :
Kooteiirty, Eastern, Ameriean and Coast points
11 rto a. m, daily, except Sunday.
For Midway. Rock Creek, Camp MeKinney.
l'enticton and Vernon, tit 7 a. m��� Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
Mails line from Grand Forks,  Kossland, uml ,
all eastern, American und Coast points at :>:"">
p. m. dally.
Malls due from Penticton, Camp MeKinney,
Rock Creek, nnd Midway ut 5.00 p. m., Sunday,
Wednesday, and Friday.
Malls due from Phoenix at 9 a. m.; close for'
Phoenix at 7 a. m.
%% %$B vJ5 %^6 c^6 fc$6 ��J�� <^6
Greenwood
Hardware Co.,
T.G. WATSON,
Manager,
Are now settled in their
commodious new quarters on
Copper Street,
And have now on hand
������i " Full Lino of
Shelf and Heavy
Hardware,^^*^4^*^^
Tinware, Graniteware,
Miners'   Supplies,
dessep and Leonard's
Celebrated Steel.
There is nIs,, in connection
a fully equipped, up-to-date
...Tin Shop...
��j�� ��^�� ��^5 ^ t���� <J�� tjfr v>*
l lo io Mixkh ollice for best  workman-
diip in job ptinting.
!   I ��� I�����n iialti.J.1 |ii.l.���i."j."e����fuii iij'.i.Bi
Tuesday, May 15 1900
THE   GREENWOOD   MINER.
LABOR NOTES.
Men of labor, heirs nf glory,
Heroes uf unwritten story,
Nurselings of one mighty mother
Hopes of her and one another.
Rise, like lions, after slumber,
Shake your chains tu earth  like dew,
haps jealousy, during the recess between
the lirst iind second sessions of the legislature, Mr. Martin was unceremoniously ousted from the cabinet, lie went
into opposition and finally succeeded iu
wrecking the government be had made.
The lieutenant-governor has been severely criticized for dismissing the Semlin-
Which, in sleep, had fallen on you,       Cotton  government.,   but no unbiased
You are nianv, they are lew.
j man would think of saving he acted 1111-
��� Perec Sbellev.     I wisely,    That his honor has acted in the
intwests of the people   in  calling  upon
Western Canada is now so id for gov-,,    <, ,     i  ,    .   .,   ,���   ,   ,.
e      i tbe Hon.  Joseph  Martin to form a government ownership of rtu wavs, and be- ,        ���   .      ,     ,,       ,   ,
1 - eminent    remains for the  electors on
lore nianv vears Ontario and the  man-   i���,,    ,���i    ,     ,    ��� ,        ,, , .,��� ,,
.Inne  lltli    to  decide.      Meanwhile   Mr.
lime provinces will demand that all mo-   ��[���..,!.   ;��� ,-.      .    ,, ,
���     , Martin is appealing to the   people  on  a
nopohes be inibbe v   owned.    Monopoly   , , ,,,-,,, i    ,    ���     ,    , ,.    ,
.    ' , ' plallorin   that    includes    many  radical
is an e onomic necessity ;   bill  Olllv   Ihe   ���i���_i,      ;,   i.,,,,
planks.   Ilicllliling   government    owner-
sovereign people have the   riubl   to   mo-   -li,     ,'���.;i      , ..-:���,
'    .'                                           snip of railways,  rcenactment of disal-
nop. ,lv, as private monopolists  exercise   i���,���������   t ,i,������ t    : i  ,���         ,   i .���        f,,
'    ���       .'                   '                       i lowed   laboi legislation, abolition of the
the despotic power of   taxation   Without   tono 1.,.     ,.   i; t   <       ,       .1      i     ��� i  .
' ' f_UU or  cainliilates   lor   the   legislature  I
representation.     Shall   tbe   monopolies   .,,,,, ,���,; ,,,.;  .,.,,    ��� ,  ,��� v ,
' ' ami anti-i mental legislation,    Yet nianv
own he people, or the  i pie own  the' ,,.,,���   ;,   ,   , ,���       ,���        ,-,,      , ,,
,. '    ' are timti:, not from fear of the platform,
"'on"l"'l"'qV i but the man w ho built it.    Mr   Martin,!
To sum up the brief and  Incomplete  however, is  putting np a  great  light,!
biil of requirements of  the ideal  labor and with   the old parties split  on  the
unionist, lie si,mild be honest,  truthful, | questii I Introducing dominion  party
sober, vigilant, non-partisan in polities, j lines into provincial politics, hitherto
supporter of the union label, alert in se- ; ignored, there is no knowing what  will
curing strengthening alliances, a coun-   be   the  linal  outcome,���T,   11.   Twigg,
sellor of moderation, an earnest advo- Presipent Victoria T. and L, Council, In
care of the shorter workday, and a sub- Citizen and Country.
scribor of a good labor  paper.    His do-
mestic virttfes have no!  I ��� tone   SIMILKAMEEN   MINING  NOTES.
upon because the man who Comes   up In From the Star.
Ibis ideal will be a good citizen   and   The Vermilion Porks Co. bave started
cessarily will   be a  good   husband   and work on the  Princeton  claim  oil   Keil-
lalber.���Citizen and country. I,',,l> inountilill,    Supt. Hall has a force1
of'men driving a  tiiuel  which  will  tap
A Great Piece of Engineering;, the ledge ill  a depth  of  500   feet.    The
Tbe oneperpeii.liciilarsball ill the Gal- r'"'k in ''"' tttL'u is   I'dvily   mineralized, I
uniet   runs down  a  distance of  three- m|tivB   cupper   being   found    scattered
ipmriers of a   mile,  says  the  Western through 'he rock in several places.
Mining   World.      The   sinking  of  ibis The   richest   ore   found   oil    Copper
shaft was the greatest   piece   of   modern ; mountain comes from I lie Copper   Illtil'f
engineering  known.    The  management claim,     Solid kidneys  uf   pure  bornite
figured that if   i be copper vein dipped have been taken out in the late develop-
at an angle of 411 degrees   Irom   the   sur- menl done by Messrs. VanMills and   Al-
I'nce and kept,   on  for a  great  distance dous.
down, it certainly would  be caught  by Development   on  fhe Lost Horse is
running Btrilight down from the  surface |���,i������ |,ns|ied.    The property is improv-
if a drift were sunk a distance from the jng rapidly with depth.
others.        This       was       done,       and ���    .,,,    ,, ��� .*   ., ,  ,      ��� ,
I be l'niiee.-s Mac basone ol the richest
alter     three    vears   ot     sinking     and , .,    ,,���    .,,
copper showings iii the Similkameen.
encountering     nothing     but     earth,
ihe   copper   was   struck,     The   miners       'H". Hidden   Mystery group is looking
working from a drift in the perpendlcu- **"���   1,,1a sl1"" IH,,"W" about tl,ir,-v
lar shaft and thimu working fr  t "���,���!, the boii,,,,, ���t It being iu solid ore.
other direction came together one day, "'" d^el"P��'��nt ol the east slop,. ,,f
and the pick struck  within an  inch of C r mountain is showing that Sun-
the surveyors'   underground  Bat|mttto, ����t peak has not the only mine by quite
Now a man can  go down  Ihe shaft  al ""'"'    I'���<������ MeRtie, Beaver, Morgan ami
Ihe Calllll.el hotel, run down hall a mile   """���'' l""!"'""'* are turning oill s e uf
iii a perpendicular shaft, cross over in a   <!"''��"������-' '"'" >'��< """"I "��  the munn.
drift, and come upon surface two   miles    '""'
from where he started on the top of the      Aspen Grove camp is now one of the
-round ���the    loosl   novel   underground   busiest   camps   in   the district.      Wells
pronionade 111 America, :""i I'oulliners, Burr and Jones, R. Cra
mer and several otherB are hard at work
"s C1""101"' developing their properties. On the
When the New York Sun chortles Cincinnati the Bate boys are in 115 feat
a bull I Canada being in a defenceless with the tunnel. This property is look-
Mate, because a few volunteers have |���K very wotl. H. Schmidt is'develop-
. .lie to Africa, the brilliant N. Y. Iiiini- inj, his mlIm!rioil6 ,.].,,,���s |,���, ,..,,���.,.,, ,���
i ary is whispering through its snuffers, concentrate his work on the banner
I '.-fenceless!    Pull the extinguisher over ' clftim ,������ the district, The Big Soo.-St.iu-.
lour glim, pretty shiner.   Judging from  	
'recent events,   if  we  had  an armv  we Miller's Cucumber Cream  at  Miller's
, ,   ,      ,  .        ,          .���,      ,    ,   " pliariiiaev.
Mould he defenceless,    lliank heaven,
in' haven't an army, but in ease of borne   "       ~ *
.I.'fence every man in the country is cap- DR.  R.   MATHISON
able of shouldering a gnu.   and   without DENTIST    '
a day's drilling, will undertake to make vii.i-v   i>, /.,.,���
, .     ,      ���   .       , aAIU'.a   nLOCK :
rings around  anv trained armv in exis
tence.���Bobcaygeon  Independent.
Credit Where Credit is Due.
GREENWOOD
Kfter sixteen years  of  uninterrupted   Graduate Pennsylvania
power, a government  composed  largely     sutwfry      ''-'-- -
of capitalists was succeeded  bv  one of     Philadelphia, i'a.-
rtdical, with the redoubtable Joe'Mar- rc^mnbia-��! l-rili"1'
lin  as  its   recognized   bead, although
holding Ihe portfolio of   attoruey-gener-       Subscribe lor  the   Mt.sr.n;   only   $2.00
111,      Lor   some   unknown    reason,   per- ' per year.
We do the best
iii
TING
AT
Competitive
Prices
All orders fur Commercial  Work,   Dodgers, Programmes, etc. filled with
Correctness and
Despatch.
Try and be Convinced.
Greenwood Miner,
W. S. KEITH, Manager.
m
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* <# Job Printing * on
<A
S THE   GREENWOOD   MINER
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LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
Alderman Sharpe is going around
town with one eye in a sling. Not from
any pugilistic encounter, but because he
used his 4iead instead of his hands to
stop a swift cricket ball on Sat unlay.
Smith &  McRae have just  received
another large consignment of stationery
They carry the largest stock in tba
iu the Boundary country.
I "T
YOU Never Saw     "The Slater Comfort Shape."
Tuesday, May 15, 1000
~1
Ladies, come in and get a good St
for 50c.    (I. K Williams.
Mr. Robins of the Palace livery stable kindly remembered the volunteer
firemen on their last night of meeting,
by sending up a ease of liquid pleasure.
Good health. Mr, Robins) may others |
turn benedict soon.
Charlie the Trader  was in   town  dttr-] _,
ing the week.
I': An Ugly Pair of
+
i
Slater Shoes....
i
The "Slater Shoe" is designed iu the twelve foot-fitting
shapes of which tbe "Comfort" is one of the leader.
Has a wide sweeping curve on the outside, full round toe,
roomy at the great toe, high instep and handsome curves.
Comfortable as its name denotes, a combination
of strength and. appearance.
A catalogue showing   all   the   shapes,
styles and leathers of
the "Slater Shoe" free to every enquirer.
Every pair Goodyear welted with makers'
name aud price stamped on the soles.
Lname aud price stamped on tlie soles.
$3-50, $4.50 and $5.50.
II III   HI Ml III I HI        '
&
.i_-J��
Drop in and see our stock of summer
suits.   G. F, Williams. , , . , , . ,, 1 1
,   ��� ,       ,, ,       ,       and vet nianv ol them cover comfortably most nnlovelv teet.    Beauty and style without
<;. K. Naden and James Anderson have r*   .  ���      1 '       ��� -i ���     1 1        .-,      e ��� 1 " 11       "���       1
returned from a toii> to Fairview. comfort in shoes is easily attainable.    Lomfort  without appearance is equally   simple.
Clive Pringle left on Saturday and F.J i<'s i]le combination of these which  raises shoe making to an art.    The presence of
.1 Finucane on Monday fft a trip to Uiel^fe art mn\iy.e when vou don vour first pair of Slater Shoes.
old eountrv. J J ��� '
_��
Mayor Hardy is  expected  home  thi
week.
Men's and children's boots and  shoes
at. cost.    G. F. Williams.
W. ,1. Snodgrass will give  Price Ellison a run for his money   in   East   Yale.1 " "'
lie is a political campaigner of several   Magistrate Hallett  on Monday morning British Columbia, succeeding Joseph R.       The  health   of   the  demented   King
years standing and deservedly  popular  and lined fill. Roy, appointed secretary of  the  publii    Otto of  Bavorla   is  completely  broken
in the district.                                                  C -gel.. 1 [aiiBen, charged wit h steal works department                                        and the end is expected soon.
Mr, McBride Holster townsite uuent,   ing  six   bottles   nf   whisky   from   the An Ottawa dispatch says that  a  dele-   ____________________..__.,___���.______
was thrown from his carriage mi  Satin-   Kootenay hotel, was remanded till Wed- nation of the Canadian Press association                             DADIII AD
day'and had his foot badly sprained,        nesday morning, ia there asking for tho removal of pus-   INfcW   AINU  I Ul LLAk
Duncan Robs has returned from Boss-      Mrs. I'm. Lee, drunk  and  disorderly,   tage ir wspiipui'H and   period cats
land, no longer afraid of Kales.              i was discharged, on  account  of   the   unfairness  ol
,-,,,, ,      , ,, Zone SVfllUtll   and   the   increased   cost
One I'elton water wheel,   or  anv old, Mackintosh Coming,
thing.   At A. L. White & Co.'s. |    C.H. Mackintosh will probably be  jr, | news print.
L.   B.   HeVebber.   accountant   in theM'l Iiwnod   some   day this    week       lb
J'.: BOOKS	
Now in Stock: --��->
Kossland bra neb of the  Hank of  Mon- will get a courteous if not a cordial  re-
treal,   is now stationed at Greenwood as eeption.
acting manager during Mr.  Fiuucane's GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
absence.
Meeting of Sliartooldtrs.
At a meeting of the shareholders of
the Payne mine,   held   at   Monti 1   re- i
cently,  the president  .announced  that
1 the dividends would be resumed, bin he   f.^J
Thomas   McDonnell  received a  tele-      An Ottawa dispatch saya the  rollow-  ,,,,������, ,|H.,n'y t|���, .,,������������,.    |twlWwc
gram yesterday telling of the death  of  ing.is the official list of the Bisley team :   |)Uli|a,(1 t)mt t|1(j ���relwil, ,,���,,������  ���f  |U|)i
bis sister-in-law at Colville.
Pte.   Lang-troth, 74th  halt.:  Sergeant
tons a month would  net  #57  a   ion. or
good saddle horse. | mtliers,   Ith Hussars; Gr   A.  Fleming,
i,   representing  Miller
A: Richards, type manufacturers, Tor-|��'K'< Lieutenant  Smith, 5Hth:  L>n-
The Lunatic at Large,
.1. s. ciiri.s'iiiN,
The Scarlet Woman,
JOSEPH  IIOCKINQ,
Via Crucis,
I'. MARION i 1:Awi-oitli.
*&* I  Vivian of Virginia,
HCI.HEKT I'll.l.KIl
Robin's stable is the place to get  a  Wain, I lib P.   W. 0, R ; Sergeant Car-  !fy. ,���,,,        ||in|ilh   ulii.h lakii|j  Vihfm
od saddle horse. rnthers    III, Hussars; Gr   A.  l-'le, g,   for worleli ,g expenses nnd  haves a  net      _*   j    Unirl>  M^rlilf,
ILL.  Patterson,  representing Miller j ��th Jt. C.A.; Captain Kirkpatrick, Q.   , llMv .,;,��,'���, ,42,000. or  mine  thim   %��   \   Ja0,CC   Meredlth
I'. I��� FORD,
onto, was in tbe city yesterday,
tenant  Munro, 44th; Pte.  Fink, ti.fi
sufficient by $111,000 In  pay  a   li tills
::.r:r:\ smith &mcrae,
dividend of I per cent, on the
.,,,     ....             ,        ,        , ��' - i '��� , r?i Tg.'ani   luiirriB,   l. un;   i.tei   en- ..., ,.,,,, ,������,       -,,,           M    .
I be V iii,1.-iii- hotel had a grand  open-             '                   , f2,(i00,000       Ihe    old   hi...
,,.   ,       , ant Graham, 7i til; Sergeant   Mc.Slttie, ,    ,   ,   ,. .      in      i        .           . ..  .;
ing on Wednesday evening.                                                            " elected. Colonel  tJenshau   being  presl-
,                         . 48th;    Lieutenant     McCri     7th; .     .                                                                         Phone:                BOOKS. STATIONERY,  WALL
no assistance yet given D) iireenwnoa rjeuteiitt,It ogg, 1st H. F. A.; Sergeant v.h.h,     paper, maps, fancy gcods.
city to the Sandon fire sufferers.    Tho 8 |,, 48th ; Btu. Milligun,  14th  I'  W looking for Specimens.                   	
city must he dead broke. q   ,,   . Liel���e|m|��� B,|l|ri 78tll . 8er(?t ,        Mineral specimen dealers  throtlill I
Mrs-Sutherland, the wife of tho net- Corrigaii, 59th; Lieutenant Crooke Q. thu conntry are looking for fine sped-
ing mayor, is ill with la grippe. 0'R.; Sergeant Morse, With; Corporal mens oj ihodochrosile,  rhodonite, Btib-
ii., lo Rendell's Arcade for up-to-date . Annaiid, 13d.
gent's furnishings.                                        George A. Keefer, C. E��� of  Victoria, specimens are in  fair supply, but par-  ;^'..'1 JJ;t'Y,1,'!i"��'ir'u.'.-'.""!..''.'^'"!''"'-.'!"I'VI",,;'"> '''"'"
Greenwood is tlie onlv  town  in  Brit- bas beeij appointed resident euginuei of ticularly choice specimens are scarce           .vn-it.                           m. 8. HARRISON,
ish Columbia that has given   no assist-  ��-���-.-_���-���-_���.-_-_.���__,_.���        _����� ������_,-.,������,��� ..	
ance to the Sandon lire sufferers.    Some
dav she mav be needing assistance  her-
PUBLIC   NOTICE.
i HKIIEBY TAKE NOTICE,   Tlno I  have
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