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god Miner.
Published   Weekly.
Vol. III. No. i.
Greenwood, B. C, January 5, 1901.
Per Vkak, S2.00.
iWimrnmrnMrnm^wmiMVy*
Xmas Presents that
are pleasing, useful
and ornamental for
the Ladies.
**
XMAS
Dersian Lamb, Seal-
ette and Cloth Jackets, Sable, Seal ^
Astrachan, d* Mink
and Martin Collarettes
Fancy Slippers, Kid Gloves,
Silk Blouses, Nice Rugs ����
Lovely Portierers, Etc.
Albums, Trays, Handkerchief Cases, Toilet Cases...
Rendell's  Arcade.
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People who are accustomed to smoking
the high grade, time honored brands of���
...fiavana Cigars
Find it a grievous disappointment when they are even a little "off"
in flavor or condition. Our stock is jealously and intelligently cared
for and is perfect, every cigar is full of fragrance.
QUEEN CIGAR CO*,
ORDERS 1IY MAIL.
Telegraph or Telephone
Promptly Attended to.
TIIK  HAVANA CIGAR EMPORIUM
OF THE BOPNDARY COUNTRY. .
Clarendon Hotel ulock,
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager/   "gVenwoodbc
j/ Bmv new
im    Year to all
Our Triends
and Patrons
THE MINING REVIEW
Progress   Made   Durrng  the
Past Year.
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DEVELOPMENT    work   done
Machinery Installed and Shipments
Made���The Smelters Wearing;
Completion.
In reviewing the position of the mining industry of the Boundary district at
the close of 1900 as compared with that
of a year ago, it is gratifying to find that
the progress made on the whole was
both considerate and substantial. It
must be admitted that in several individual instances there exist good reasons
for disappointment and dissatisfaction,
but whilst this is so it ie but the common
experience of mining camps, so that no
undue importance need be attached to
these few comparative failures. They
have but served to bring homo some
plain if unpleasant truths, aimm.. which
stand prominently out this lesson, to not
a fe%a costly one, that mining isnbusi-
ness that may not be entered on with
impunity, trusting largely to luck that it
will prove profitable. Its first indispensable requisite is ample capital for
adequate equipment and extensive development and its next is intelligence
and economical management by those
who have thoroughly learned, during
long years of practical experience, the
business of mining. To the lack of these
two essentials may, in * very large measure, be justly attributed the failures that
most residents in this district are familiar with today. Whilst their possession
does not necessarily command success���
for of course if ore of payable quality and
in rttiiriuiciitquniitity i,��.*ii'i iii ihe ground
j no amount of expenditure or good man-
| agement will put it there���their absence
I usually brings but one result, viz. lose to
those who with more confidence than
judgment put money into such uncertain
enterprises. But since the present pur
pose is to direct attention to the in port-
ant progress actually made rather than
to dwell upon such minor drawbacks as
those above referred to, these latter will
not have further mention.
First, now, it would  be well to note
tbe improved position in regard to
TRANSPORTATION KAOIIJTIM
which have such an important bearing
on the mining industry. Twelve months
ago the main line of the Columbia A
Western Railway was open to Greenwood, but none of its feeders were completed. Now it has branch lines in use
giving rail connection with the more
prominent mining properties in Summit,
Wellington, Greenwood nnd Deadwood
camps, and as well as spurs to the smelters of the Granby, British Columbia
Copper and Standard Pyritic companies
respectively. Their extended rail facilities have added greatly to convenience
and expedition in bringing in machinery,
plant, fuel and general supplies to mines
and smelters and have lessened the cost
Similarly they have provided for the
shipment of oro and ore prcducts, doing
away in the case of the larger shipping
mines with the almost prohibitory cost
of haulage by teams. And, too, the)
now admit of coke and coal being
brought in, which was not practicable
from an expense point of view under
earlier conditions. Then there is the
question of the
UKDfCTION  OP ORKH
to take into account. A year since the
establishment of two smelters in the
'! district was certainly assured, hut the
time of their commencing operations
was very indetiniite and their successful
treatment of the ores chiefly characteristic of the district was to the general
public a matter of more or less doubt.
Today the Granby Company's smelter
at Grand Forks, which has already
treated (18,000 tons of ore, has a record of
more than four month's uninterrupted
run and it lias inspired confidence that
an equally satisfactory result will be the
experience of the Britisli Columbia Copper Company with its smelter ut Greenwood, now nearly ready to "blow in."
And taking into account the long and
successful connection Mr..Iiib. W. Nell
has had with ore-trcatnieut works there
does not appear to be any good reason
to doubt tbe 9ucce9s of the I'yritic sniel-
j ter near (ireenwood now being prepared
Udder his direction for ore-reduction
works. There is yet one other iin|iortant
feature in the situation to consider viz���
the introduction of additional
(KTSIIIK CAPITAL
for the further development of the mineral resources of the district. There has,
without doubt, also been disappointment
in this connection, for great expectations were indulged in a year ago. Yet
is there room for much satisfaction with
the progress made in this direction, for,
leaving out of consideration the more
prominent instances in which outside
capitalists were earlier committed to a
large and continuous expenditure, there
are others that denote an extending
monetary interest in the district. These
include the Standard Pyritic smelting
enterprise together with the Marguerite
and Greyhound mining ventures it has
led some of its Eastern Canadian principals to take up; the further interest
with an accompanying and increasing
outlay of capital British men of large
means have taken in the Snowshoe mine
near Phoenix; the association of Mr.
James Breen, a well known and successful mining and smelting man, with the
Brooklyn and Stemwinder, also at
Phoenix ; the decision, already acted upon, of New York capitalists who have
made a mine of the Mother Lode, near
Greenwood, to resume work on the No.
7, in Central camp, and the recent announcement that ample Montreal and
Boston capital is now available for extensive development of the Sunset and
Crown Silver, near Greenwood.
Coming now to the larger mining
operations and ore shipments the greatest prominence must be given to the Old
Ironsides, Knob Hill and Victoria group
at Phoenix ; the B. 0. in Summit camp
and the Mother Lode. Last June the
Greenwood Board of I'rade had prepared for publication a report which contained a summary showing the number
of feet of
WORK   IIOSB   IN   IIKVKI.Ol'MKXT
of the mining properties of the district.
This was approximately 50,000 feet, or
nearly 10 miles of work done underground. Jt is well within the mark to
now place'tlie aggregate at 00,000 feet,
and of this total at least one third has
been done in the three mines forming
the Old Ironsides group, and in the B.
0. and the Mother Lode, the propor
tions being more than 10,000 for the Hrsl
named and between 5,000 and ii,0(XI feet
each for the two latter. Not that the
simple amount of work done is of itself
important, without proportionate good
results, for another group in the district
has over 5,000 feet of work done, without
entitling it to mention as a producer to
a similar extent as those above named.
In all three of these mines, however, big
bodies of ore have been met with, admitting of an output being regularly
maintained on a scale sufficiently large
to fairly entitle them to be classed as
PRODUCINd  MINKS.
These three properties are equipped with
power plants, including air compressors
and machine drills, steam hoisting
engines and pumps, etc.. are provided
with platform cages to facilitate hoisting, and are adding to their equipment
from time to time as development advances. There are 25 other mining
power plants in the Boundary country,
but those lirst mentioned and one on the
Sunset in Deadwood camp are the largest. 1 hat on the Mother Lode particularly, including as it does a 86-drill air
compressor with all modern improvements and a hoisting engine than which
it is stated there is only one larger in
the Province (that at the Le Roi, Rossland,) is indicative ol the stage of more
extensive operations the district has now
reached.
Space restrictions prevent comment in
detail upon the numerous mining properties that are having attention. Three
have already been referred lo as producers on a comparatively large scale,
but besides these the following may be
expected to become entitled to be placed
in the same class during the ensuing
year: Snowshoe, Brooklyn and Stem-
winder group nnd possibly the Gold
Drop, all in Greenwood camp; the R.
Bel and perhaps the Oro Denoro and
Emma, in Summit camp; Greyhound,
Marguerite, Morrison and Crown Silver,
in Deadwood camp: Jewel, in Long
Lakecomp; Republic group, in Smith's
camp and the No. 7, in Central camp.
The City of Paris, (iolden Crown, Win-
! nipeg and Athelstan will, it is hoped, be
enabled to do sufficient development
work to admit of their resuming shipping during the lirst half of the year,
Their are other promising properties in
the district, but those named above include nearly if not quite all in the
Boundary creek section that may lie expected to add this year to an appreciable
(Concluded mi page 8.)
CHARTER PURCHASED
Greenwood Electric Company
Sell Tneir Plant.
PURCHASERS   ARE   UNKNOWN
Shareholders Dispose of Stock at an
Advance of Twenty-four Cents
Per Share.
Outside capital has acquired entire
control of the Greenwood Electric Company, and the Greenwood and Phoenix
Tramway Company. Wednesday, II. C.
Shaw, of the firm of Hallett .V Shaw, on
behalf ol the purchasers, acquired
from stockholders the following shares
in both concerns: J. W. Stewart,
Spokane, 12,106; Patrick Welch,
Spokane, 12,1117; Ronald Harris, 0,125;
Duncan Mcintosh, 11.125; F. J. Finucane, 12,107. and Sydney M. Johnson,
1,000.
The Greenwood Electric Company isa
going concern, supplying light both to
Phoenix and (ireenwood. It has been
in operation nearly a year. Its plant
and equipment cost $40,000.
The Greenwood & Phoonix Tramway
Company has a valuable charter for
lines branching from this city and tapping Phoenix, Wellington, Summit and
Deadwood camps, and down Boundary
creek valley, passing Ihe Standard
Pyritic smelter, to Midway on the international bonndary line. The main line
of the tramway will he between here
and Phoenix and will be built this year.
The Utmost secrecy is maintained as to
wdio the purchasers are. None of the
local shareholders can throw any lighl
on the subject, simply slating that they
sold to H. O Shaw. Shaw refuses to
flivmge tbe names of his clients, as also
do the Hank of Montreal officinls, wdio
handled the money. From a Phoenix
correspondent it is learned that Anthony
J. McMillan, of Rossland, representing
an English syndicate, headed by George
S. Waterloo, of London. England, is the
purchaser. Certain it is, that previous
to leaving for England recently, McMillan acquired a short-term option on
j the stock of both company. On the
'other hand, locally il is believed ibal
eastern Canada capitnlistsareinterested.
Whoever acquired the charters must
have heavy financial backing, as the
cost of the proposed electric road ami
equipment will cost a considerable
sum of money. Its construction will
prove of immense benefit to the district
generally, as ii, means competitive
transportation on ores to two local
smelters.
It is said that the purchasers of the
plant are Great Northern railway officials, and yet another rumor that C.
P. R. officials are behind the purchasers
in order to protect the tonnage now con*
j trolled by that system in Wellington
i and Greenwood camps,
TO SUBSCRIBERS.
There are :t">2 subscribers to the Miner
j in arrears lor the past year. This means
i $704 to the management of the pa per,und
only $2 to each of those in arrears. Il
is no difficult mater for any one io see
that this is a considerable .sum to us,
although thai owed by each subscriber
is an insignificant one. One of the most
disagreeable duties of tiM- management
of a newspaper is dunning lor subscriptions in arrears The average man who
neglects to pay for his paper would not
think of allowing a saloon hill, a tobacco
bill or a grocery bill to run over a year,
and he should not allow  his   newspaper
account to get so far behind. Wholesale
paper men do not allow accounts to run
over thirty days ; printers do not   allow
wages to run over two  weeks;  bankers
| (may Providence give all of  them   more
I light on matters financial) do not  allow
the frequent   recurrence of overdrafts.
j In fact the only person who has to  take
I the " finger " and pay  the cash   is  the
I poor journalist.    We hope that  the   few
hints contained ill this item  will  result
in numerous small doiratfons from delinquent subscribers,
.l��.-. W. Neil, after spending several
weeks superintending the putting in of
the plant at the Standard Pyritic Com.
' pany'a smelter, left by Thursday's train
for Chicago and New York. It is his intention to return via Salt Lake Civ,
(tab. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
J.  P.  McLEOD,
Barrister,  Solicitor,
Notary Public, Etc.
Wallace-Miller hloek, Greenwood, B.C.
BAUER &
ASHCROFT
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
AP     A chrf r-��ft Resident
.   C   rUHUUU, Representative.
PLOOD-NADKN BLOCK.
E. JACOBS,
Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
(1. A.OTKSS, M. A. II. A. GUESS, U. A.
GUESS BROS.,
MIKING ENGINEERS, GREENWOOD.
Assay, Analyses, Reports.
Cyanide  Leaching.    Amalgamation
and Concentration Tests,
W. S. KEITH, fl. E.
MINING PROPERTIES E"A���IWEP
. .      AD REPORT   F  RM1SHED.
.. InsraicT.
Ollice Willi )
"GreeTwCooaVMiner.��i    Greenwood, B. C.
Greenwood Postoffice Mail
Service.
On and after Monday, October 15, mails will
arrive and be dispatched as follows: Mails
close for all points east and west at 1 ::tl) p. in.
ARRIVE. CLOSE.
Phoenix l :80 p. tn l i80 p. m.
Anaconda 1:80 p. rn l ;80p. tn,
Deadwood 8:80 a.m 8:80 a. m.
THE    GREENWOOD    MINER.
Published every Friday evnntng at Greenwood,
British Columbia,
J. W. GRIER Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   BATES.
Domestic, One  Year f2.00
Six Months  11.00
Foreign, One Year ?2.50
Payable Invariably in Advance.
Advertising rates furnished on application.
No patent medicine ads taken except at lull
rates.
Legal notices Id and 5 cents per line.
SATURDAY, JANUARY ft. 1901.
With this issue the Miner commences
on its third v >lnme. It was started two
years aj;o, with persutnably two objects,
the first of which was to make money,
and secondly as the organ of the then
municipal administration. The original
publisher was named Lee. He was a
breezy individual who had tried every
calling in life from petty-larceny up. lie
arrived here with a vast experience in
journalism, gambling and booze, and
was only in Greenwood two days when
the local tin-horns had emptied him
financially. His journalistic career was
hurried to a finish by a too great trust
in the manufactures of Hiram Walker
,x Sons. He was last heard of on his
way to Manilla, with the intention of
settling the little unpleasnnteness between Uncle Sam and the Dagos. Mr
Gosnell then took chame of tlie Miner,
which was run under his able management until a government appointment
lured him away fn ni the pleasures of a
journalistic life. Mr. W. S. Keith took
charge during the provincial campaign,
after which there being no more excitement in newspaper mirk, he returned to
the more lucraiiw employment of mining engineer. Iu .lune last the present
manager took charge of the Miner. The
policy of the paper has since that time
heen in accordance with the ideas, beliefs and opinions of the person a ho has
been trying to make a living out of it.
He has endeavored to pay one hundred
cents on the dollar, and has tried to induce his patrons to do likewise. The
Miller will be conducted in fntureon the
same lines as in the past, and those who
do not like the policy of the paper are
not compelled to patronize it. At present
there are 852 subscribers who have been
receiving the paper for the past year
without paying for it. That means to
us $70-1. There are also a few advertisers who have snubbed the collector for
from two to six months. These are
small amounts to the individual who
owes them, but to the publisher they
total an amount upwards of $1,000. If,
when you read this, you still owe your
subscription, sit down and write a letter
enclosing your part of the if 1,000 due us.
Catdioatks are beginning to "come
for'ard" for aldermanic honors. The
Rossites have named three candidates
who will run as straight Ross men.
They are Geo. It. Naden and W. J. Kirk
wood in the North ward and .1. .1. Canllield in the South ward. A. E. Ashcroft
has also consented to be a candidate in
the North w.ird. All four are good men.
They should not run as the supporters of
either of the candidates for mayor, but
come out independently. There can be
no necessity for a business man,running
for alderman,coming out under the wing
of either of the candidates for mayor,
In the North ward the independent
candidates are A. E. Ashcroft and Alderman Bannerman. Geo. R. Naden and
W. J. Kirkwood are, according to the
Times, pledged to support .Mr. Ross, so
their candidature cannot be considered
in any other light than that of running
for the purpose of keeping up the bitterness in city politics. This is also the
stand taken by Mr. Canllield. Aldermen Sullivan aud Cropley and M. II.
Kane are the independent candidates iu
the South ward. These gentlemen are
not tied to the coat tail of either candidate for mayor.
Vote against Rossism and factlohism.
Diamond Rings
Diamond
..Brooches..
Pearl Brooches
Pearl Rings
Plain Rings
Watches
Fancy Clocks
Silverware,
Sterling
Silverware,
Plated
Silverware, Flat
Cut Glass
Perfumes
Atomizers
Leather Goods
CHRISTMAS
^SENTS..
ON DISPLAY
. . . AT. ..
.Miller Bros.
SOUVENIR QUEENSWARE
Plain Engraving Free ol Charge
A. F. <& A. M.
GREENWOOD LODGE No, 28, A. F.& A. M., '
ti. XX. XX. C. Regular Communication in Masonic
Temple, Government, street, lirst Thursday iu
each month.   Sojourning brethren invited.
A. S. BLACK, W. M       R. F. COATEB, Secy.
W. R. OF M.
A  vote for Caulfield  is   a   vote   for
Rossism.
Tiik people of Greenwood are not so
much in need of grammarians in the
management of their affairs as they are
of practical men.
If the Rossites are elected, the street
laborers will be required to pass an examination on grammatical construction
of street grades.
Vote for men who are not the tools of
any clique, Ashcroft and Baii'.ennan
in the North ward and Sullivan, Cropley
and Kane in the South ward.
TIIK   BEST   BEER   IN'   TOWN   is   MA1M-.   i.\    Til
Elkhorn Brewery,
PORTMANN BROS. & CO.,   Props.
ASK    FOR
glkhorn
Lager
A vote for Ross or his ticket means a
vote for those wdio have on every possible
occasion during the past two years endeavored to ruin the credit of the citv.
eer.
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
The Elkhorn Lager Beer contains
.'inly pure Malt and
Hops.   Try it!
It Is kept on
Draught or in Bottles by all the Lead
ng Hotels in this
District.
WEBTKKN     FEDERATION   OF   MINERS-
The  Greenwood   Branch   of   the   Federation
meets hereafter  In Uniou hall, Silver street,
p. m. every Saturday evening.
M. H. KANE, Secretary.
at !���:.
K. OF P.
GREENWOOD LODGE NO. 29, K. OF P., meets
every Wednesday evening at 7:30 in tbeMa-
sunie hull, Qrccnwood.    Sojourning brethren
cordially invited.    J. II. MACFARLANE, C. C.
ED. BIRNIE, K.R. AS.
Real Estate
Mines   and Mining.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &  WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD. B.C.
McElmon
THE WATCHMAKER
If you vote for Ross,   you   vote  for  a j
man who could raise no  stronger  argu-
nient against his opponent, than that he j
occasionally spoke ungrammatically.
The principal crimes committed by
Mayor Hardy in the past two years were
that he did not wear a claw-hammer
coat and happened on one occasion to
make a slip in grammar.
It is said that Mr. Ross is now engaged in the preparation of a treatise on
the grammatical constructeon of roads.
Numerous examples will be taken from
results on the West Fork road.
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Cable Address   "Maori." Code   "Moreing & Heal.
Boundary Creek Loan and Mercantile
...AQEINCY...
6~"b o	
THOMAS MILLER, Manager
At the meeting of council held February 4, 11)01, the street committee reported the discharge of John Schwab
and P. Duhammel, street laborers; cause
���' insufficient knowledge of the rules
of syntax." This is how we may expect the Rossites to handle the business
of the city.
\
.TO LET.
BUILDING Suitable for
Stores or offices.  Lot on
Copper  Street,   business
Centre.
.FOR SALE.
Well Furnished  Five-
Roomed House.
EASY TERMS OF
PAYMENT.
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Ladies' Fashionable
Store.
j�� GREENWOOD, B. C.
Ik now loeat.d on Green-
Mood street
Copper Street,
Greenwood.
Q v    YEAR;
OW    EXPE
YEARS
EXPERIENCE.
Full assortment of material and tools t<-
do correct, work.
Canadian
...Pacific
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.'�� Christmas has Gone ami wi: are �����
���! Still Here ami we wish von all ;
<_ m
_S  a Happy New Yeah  5;
The GEM RESTAURANT I��Pen Dfly andNi*ht-
9 Lunches Put Up. **
��!'LUNCH COUNTER,
Capper St., rcenwoed.
g Meals at All Hours.
��	
V
-5 Anyone wishing to gel something s
% nice,  for  their   friends   for   New ;���
!�� Year's it will pay them to call and 5:
���_5 sec our goods  before  buying  else- _f_
3 where  ;:
1     Everything at Rock Bottom I
1 Prices. ~
%   WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE EVERYTHING '
�� ...OR ANYTHING...
And Soo Line
First-class sleepers on nil trains from
Revelstoke and Kootenay
<C^     Landing
TOURIST CARS
Pa88 Dunmore Junction daily for St. Paul, Saturdays for Montreal awl Boston, Mondays
und   Thursdays for Toronto.   Same, ears
pass RevelBtoke one day earlier.
A PO NTER
For your Eastern trip, is to see that your
ticket reads via
CANADIAN PACIFIC
c
I LadieB, do not forget this in the s.
3      Millinery Department as well, s;
I   G. F. Williams'   I
S The Up-to-Data Store S
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Central Hotel.
VILLANDRE & .MASON,
Proprietors.
Headquarters for Miners,
NOTICE.
NOTICE 1S HEREBY GIVEN thai application will he made to the legislature of the
Province of British Columbia at its next
*u!ssiun for an act to incorporate an association
to he known as the "The British Columbia
Mining Association," tlie said asso if at ion
being founded for tin- following purposes,
namely: First, to promote the arts and Boioncea
connected with the economical production of
valuable minerals and metals by moans ol
meetings for the reading and discussion of
practical papers and the subsequent distribution of such information as may he gained
through the medium of publication. Second -
the establishment <>f a contral reference
library and a headquarters for the purpose ol
this organisation. Third, to take concerted
action upon such matters as affect  the mining
aud metallurgical industries of the province of
British Columbia, and to encourage and promote these industries hy all lawful and  honorable means.
Dated at Rossland, B. ('.,  December IT), lillK).
DALY A HAMILTON,
Solicitors for Applicants.
The New and Secondhand Store     I
A.  L. WHITE &. CO" 3
19    V. & N. 'PHONE 106. GREENWOOD STREET.     3
THA1NS DBPABT,
14:B5   j  For Rossland,   Kelson, Kaslo, Sun-
Ex'. Sun. (  don, etc , and all eastern points via
Crows   Nest   route, connecting at
Vest   Robson  foi   Nakusp,   Revelstoke. Main line and Pan lie Count.
15:45    |  For Midway, where stage connee-
Ex. Sun. (  tion is made for Rock Creek, Cump
MeKinney and Colville reservation
points.
For time tables, rates and full  information
call on oraddres nearest local agent, or
E. R. HKDPATH. K. .1. COYLE,
Agent, Greenwood,     a. G. p. a,, Vane.
LION BOTTLING WORKS,
GREEHWOOD and GRAHD FORKS,
M���������mH,u,,�� A|| Kin(is of carbonated Beverages,
Sol,. Agents foi THE HON BREWING CO., Rossland B. C.
Tin' Largest Browery in British Columbia.
JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors.
?SS3iS*SSSSS.3SSS39i$SS��3SSiS��3^^
DAWSON, W. T.-
(d   Established 1886.
<ft	
Incorporated 1895.    ^
McLennan, McFeely & Co., Ltd.
VANCOUVER, B. C
IMPORTERS AKD JOBBERS OF
l-I A DHU/ ADC  IE0N' STEEL,  GLASS, OIIS,
nAKL/VVAl\C PAINTS, metals, stoves,
11 ^*   yiy  ��� T - - -X*-< TINWAR_, GUNS, ETC,    .   .
We make a specialty of supplies for Mines, Mills,
Blacksmiths, Railroads, Contracted, Lumbermen, Etc-   .   .
j Giant Fowler Co.,
agehts for J Fair tank's Scales
5 Bennett's Bnglish Fuse
Majestic Steel Rans.cs
Canton Miring Steel
Spoonei's Copptrine
Registered Trademark "SUNSET."
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Certificate of Improvements Notice.
PLUTO MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in the Kettle river Mining Division
nl Yale District. Where locatea-In Dead-
wood camp, adjoining tin, Peacock mineral
claim,
Take notice that I, Sydney M. Johnson, as
agent for M. M. Welch, free miner's certillcate
No. B8.189, John P. Anderson, free minor's eer-
tiflcute No. B29.7II7, nnd Frederic Keffer, free
: miner's eerlificale No. HAK,297, intend, sixty
av_ from til chile hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a eorttficato of improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining, a crown grant of Ihe
above claim.
And further take nolice that action under
section   :i7,   must he commenced   before   Ihe
issuance of such certillcate of Improvements.
Dated at (Ireenwood, II. C, December20,1900,
i     61-9 SYDNEY M. JOHNSON. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
2
THE MINIM REVIEW
extent to the district's output of ore.
There are several North Fork properties
that should also have mention, viz.
Golden Eagle, Humming Bird, Pathfinder, Earthquake, Strawberry and
Yankee Girl.
It will be of interest to here note what
THE ORE  SHIPMENTS
of the respective mining properties were
during the year just closed. These were
in round numbers as follows:
TONS.
Old Ironsides & Knob Hill group,.. fi9,000
B. C.  19,000
Mother Lode,    5,500
City of Paris,    3,000
Golden Crown    2.000
Winnipeg    1,200
Athelstan,     1,200
Sundry shipments:
boundary Creek, 1,000
North Fork,    800 1,800
102,700
This total tonnage is very encouraging,
especially when it is remembered that
by far the greater part of the ore war*
sent out during the latter half of the
year. But it is by no means the limit
of production, for shipments have now
reached about 25,000 tons per month,
whilst the Mother Lode will two or three
months hence increase its montly output by at least 6,000 to 7,000 tons and
the B. C. may be expected to increase its
output by another 1,000 tons. Then the
contemplated addition of 10,000 to 15,000
tons per month to the tonnage of the
Old Ironsides and Knob Hill group
within six months must be kept in view,
so that with these and tho substantial
addition to the smaller shipments that
will be made, it is by no means an extravagant expectation to look for a
monthly output of 40,000 to 50,000 tons
of ore during the latter half of the year.
Much might be written of the numerous promising mineral claims  in   the
NEWER MINING CAMPS
of the Boundary country, but until these
are rendered more accessible by the construction of wagon roads their development must of necessity be slow. There
is, however, a good prospect of a few
hundred tons of ore being hauled over a
winter road from one or two of the West
Fork properties. But little progress was
made during the year towards opening
up the claims on the upper main Kettle
river and its several tributary creeks.
Much attention was attracted to the
upper North Fork by some very encouraging finds in what is known as
Franklin camp, but here, too, development was deferred, awaiting the construction of a wagon road to admit of
machinery and supplies being taken in.
Altogether, the year's progress, though
in some respects not as great as was
looked for, was such that the district
may well be proud of, for more men
were employed in the mines than ever
before, more actual work was done and
a good beginning was made to obtain returns from the mines. With so solid a
foundation already laid and with such
satisfactory assurances that progress
will continue, confidence may well he
felt that the year now entered upon will
ere it closes witness much growth industrially and commercially, and will see
achieved such results as will ensure
permanence and profit to the mining
and smelting industries and as an accompaniment, a large measure of material prosperity to the district generally.
SOME^OETRY.
Among the Christmas cards issued by
Smith & McRae, was one containing a
view of (ireenwood  and   the  following
lines:
Those mineral claims we wished to stake
A your or two ago,
Are just exactly where they were
And stocks are just as low.
Smellers, railways, banks and us
Ain't got things quite adjusted, ,
Until we do, I can't send you
Moro than a card���I'm busted.
To this a reply was received from
Grand Forks, North Dakota, aH follows:
The little gift vou sent, us
We thought was very sweet.
The seiitinieiits expressed therein
Were terse, emphatic, neat.
We're sorry, too, to hear that you
In fortune's freak have trusted.
If it can any solace give
Then know we' too, are busted !
NOTICE,
Every Saturday between the hours of
10 a. m. and 12 a. m a special class will
he held in the public school for practice
in book-keeping The most difficult
phases of Account work will be in due
couise dealt with���a course that costs
the average pupil inacnmmeiclal school
$2(10, given away for $8. This must be
paid in advance, and pupils are expected to attend regularly for four months.
Classes previously announced are be-
iltg held each evening. Inquire all
winter about it, and stay at home. You
are sure to reach attainment.
D. McD. Hcxter, Teacher.
We have everything in the market for j
the holiday trade.   Gem Restaurant.
$85 for $4fj���Five-piece parlor set, al- j
most new, at O I C second hand store.
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, 1901.
To the Electors of the Municipality of the
City of Greenwood.
Ladies and Gentlemen :���I am a candidate for the office of mayor at the approaching municipal election, and respectfully solicit your votes and influence
During the campaign I will have opportunities of explaining my views at
length. Briefly stated, I am in favor of
the following:
The present state of city finances and
the stringency of the money market
make it impossible to enunciate a well
defined policy of public improvements.
An adequate system of waterworks is
necessary and also some suitable plan
of sewering the city, but theseand other
improvements must be deferred until
the city is in a better financial position.
I confidently believe that by the exercise of wise judgment, the finances of
the city can be placed upon such a sound
footing that necessary public works can
be constructed without placing excessive
burdens upon the present taxpayers.
The credit of the city must be restored
and maintained. Litigatiou should be
avoided, and I am in favor of an amicable settlement with those who have
just claims against the corporation.
If Greenwood is to occupy the prominence to which she is entitled by natural
advantage, the city must be brought
into the closest touch with the surrounding mining camps. During 1901
every effort, should be made to secure
the construction of the tramway without
imposing additional burdens on tlie
ratepayers beyond those to which they
are already pledged.
The strength of every city, particularly one situated in the heart of a mining district, lies in its workingmen and
its future depends upon them. I am in
favor of recognizing their claims to
proper protection. I believe eight hours
should constitute a legal day's work
and this principle should be adopted by
the municipality. Generally epeaking,
I am in favor of municipal work being
carried on by day labor, but in the event
of contract work being necessary, I
would insist that contractors should
pay the current wage.
I am opposed to the employment of
Chinese and the encouragement of Chinese immigration and any powergranted
to the corporation bv the Municipal
Clauses Act should be exercised to the
fullest extent in restricting their employment in the city.
The mayor's time should be devoted
to the work of the city. I am not rich
enough to do this without compensation
and if elected will expect a sufficient
sum to properly represent the city without loss to myself.
The first of each year estimates should
be prepared giving each section of the
city an equitable share of the expenditure and these estimates should be religiously followed.
I am your obedient servant,
Duncan Rosb.
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Cunningham & Andersen ii
ELECTRICAL i
CONSTRUCTION |
AND SUPPLIES     I'
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Fixture., Motors, Dynamos, ; ��� i
Etc. House Wiring and Dyn. S: j
amo Repairing. ;
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J. C. T. CROFTS,
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FOR HALE AT
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PRICE:   $13.00
Per KW feet.   Just received from England.
���-��� Apply to
Box (176 P. O. Nelson, B. 0,
rOR instruction on the
Violin, Pimm, Mando
lin, etc., see Prof. Katlff-
niaiin.
Violins,    Mandolins   and
Guitars, from $5 up.
Greenwood Music Store
Spokane Falls &
Northern Railway Co.,
Nelson & Ft. Shephard Ry. Co., j
Red Mountain Railway Co.
The only all rail routo butween all
points Kast, West and South to ... .
Rossland,
... Nelson ...
���AND���
Intermediate Points.
Connecting
AT SPOKANE with the
Great Northern, Northern Pacific
AND	
0. R. & N. Co.
CONNECTS At
Nelson with Steamer for
Kaslo ..n.' Kootenai'Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Republic,
And Connects Uuliy nl Bossburg
Stage Daily for
GRAHD FORKS and GREENWOOD.
Effective Sunday, Oct. 21,1900.
Correct Time Card te Read as Follows)
Leave Spokane 10:45 p. in
LeHVe Northport  6:60 (i. in
Arrive Kossland  7::id a. in
Leave Kossland 11 :(KI p. in
Leave Northport 12:46 a. in
Arrive Spokane  7:011 a. in
{TrainsNos. 88 and 84 night train.
H. A. JACKSON,
Gen. Pass. Agent
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IF YOU  WANT.I1'
Letter Heads
Bill Heads
Note Heads
Statements
Business Cards
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Programmes
Time Sheets
By-Laws
Dodgers
Posters, Etc.
COME TO THE  MINEfl  OFFICE
Wl: U.sii oooi) PRPCR AMD INK
,\Ml) CHRR0C VOU roi? IT	
ONLY  FIRST CLASS WORKMEN
EMPLOYED
IF YOU WANT CHEAP WORK  SEND
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For a (rood meal try the Gem Restaurant, Werner & Pittock, proprietors,
Copper street.
Two barber chairs���we liuve tliem at
the O I C.
The Mining   antl Commercial Center  for the %
Whole Similkameen Si
SIMILKAMEEN CITY J
In Camp Hedley close to the Nickel Plate mines and Stirling Creek cum]), situated on the mam w.agpp road    it
and location line of the C. & W. railway, half way between Keremeos and Princeton. JJ>
Town Lots Now on the Market 3
Inside Lots $75, Corner Lots $100.    Size-of Lots on  business  streets 25  x   100 feet  and 25 x  1.50 feet; on �����
other streets 50 x 150 feet.    Terms, one-third cash, balance in three and six months at 10 per cent interest per 3?
annum.    Ten per cent, off for cash.    For further particulars apply to JJ^.
H. M. KEEFER & Co., Greenwood, B. C. FRANK BAILEY & CO., ^ THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
BLANKJOOKS
Ledgers,  Journals,
Cash Books, Record
Boooks, Memorandum
- - BOOKS - -
in a great variety ot' sizes and grades���
prices accordingly.
Whatever your requirements may be in
hlank books and ollice supplies
we bave. it.
DIARIES  for  1901.
Save money   by   buying   your   Hooks,
Stationery, Office Supplies and
Wall Paper from
..SMITH & MAE..
'Phone, V. & X. 34.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS,
Al Mason came over from Myres creek
this week, wbere lie has taken up a
ranch,
1). A. Halbrook shipped 18 ton of very
rich ore this week from the Gold Bug in
Deadwood camp to the trail smelter.
Two shifts are now working on tbe
Ab There, in Deadwood camp. The
second shift started to work on Thursday night.
Last week's quotations of the B. C.
Copper company's shares in Xew York
and Boston were highest $'il.75 and
lowest $21.25.
Fred. T. Mitchell of (Ireenwood was
married to Miss Laura Battel, at Moose
Jaw, X. VV, T., on Tuesday last, tbe 1st
inst. The many friends of Mr. Mitchell
here will wish him a happy married life.
The Wallace-Miller block had a narrow escape from destruction by lire the
past week. Fire started Irom a uasoline
lamp, but was extinguished before any
headway was gained. Some damage to
stock was caused by water.
The (Ireenwood Knight- of Pythias
will hold a reception on Wednesday
evening of next week in the Masonic
temple. All Knights are invited to be
present and bring their wives, sisters,
daughters and lady friends.
The Miners' Union ball on Few Year's
eve was one of the most successful held
in Greenwood the past year. The committee iu charge of tbe arrangements
were M. H. Kane, Thos. Peickart, R.
Donegin, Jas. Fisher and K. Shea.
The hotel men of the city held a meeting Thursday afternoon to discuss municipal politics and otlier matters affecting their business. It is said they
intend to make themselves felt in tbe
municipal contest. However no definite
action was taken Thursday. Another
meeting will be held in a few days, and
then a decision will lie arrived at as to
whom they will support.
I BLANK
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and Office Supplies.
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E. J. Roberts,   of Spokane,  formerly!
chief engineer of  the  Spokane  Fulls   & i
Northern Railway,  who for years  has
been interested in Boundary creek mill- j
ing   properties,   is   now    visiting    the ]
district.    He is interested in the Domin- ;
ion Copper Com pany's group at Phoenix,
in the Tlorrison in Deadwood camp and
iu the King Solomon  in Copper camp.
It is stated that work will'shortly he resumed on the last named.
Jas. Johnstone, general agent for
tbe Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., was in
Greenwood tbis week, ascertaining the
coke requirements of the two local smelters now approaching completion. From
him it was learned that the company
has put in a new tipple at Kemie with n
capacity of about 2,000 tons or more of
coal per day. It has also obtained an
Ottumwa box-car loader, which is the
latest and most effective appliance for
loading coal on to box cars.
Registered at tbe Imperial the past
week were: Geo. A. Rendell, O. H. and
Mrs. Becker, Eholt; M. E. Ellderman,
H, J. Bayley, J. A. Crawford. A. D.
Hallet, fire department; W. G. McKenzie, Vancouver; Geo. Riter, Copper
camp;C. S. Simmons, Duncan Ross and
wife, Will H. Anderson, W. S. Keith,
H. W. Keith, city; Mr. and Mrs. Hodgson, W. H. Norris, J. R. Jackson, W. B.
Rickards, Robt. H. Bergman, Midway;
W. B. Cochrane, Phoenix; Mrs. Mc-
Kenney, Grand Forks; B. Miller, Summit City; Joseph Trainner, Mrs. Jos.
Train tier, Miss Ella McCarthy, Strawberry mine; F. W. Fraser, Kelowna.
Considerable comment has been cause!
lately among miners owing to so much
of the Morrison stock being advertised
for unpaid assessments. F.ither the
shareholders do not know the value of
the shares they are allowing to go by
default, or the matter has been misrepresented to them. The Morrison ledge
is a very large one and carries above the
average values of the copper-gold properties of the Boundary district. Very
rich copper ore is being taken out of the
mine at the present time. The share-
holds must be igncrant of the extent of
the ledge and the value of the ore, or
they would not allow their stock to be
sold for unpaid assessments.
��. A. BIELENBERG DEAD.
This morning at 7 o'clock, E. A Biel-1
enberg died ot the Greenwood hospital.
On Saturday evening of last week the
deceased, while temporarily insane from
the effects of over-indulgence in intoxicants, cut his throat.
Deceased was one of the oldest prospectors iu the district, and popular
among all classes, F'or the past eight
months he bad been playing in rather
hard luck owing to the dull times, not
being able to sell bis properties or stock
to advantage.
K. OF P. INSTALLATION.
Wednesday evening Duncan Smith,
D. D. G. C, assisted by P. C, S. W.
Houston and Chas. Jameson, installed
officers in Greenwood Lodge Xo. 29, K.
of P., as follows: D. A. Mackenzie. C.
C; A. I). Hallet, V. C: Chas. Dunne,
P. .John H. James, M. of VV.; A. S.
Embre3, K. of R. and S.; K. 0. B. Frith,
M of F.;M. E. Miller, M. of E.j Norman McLeod, M. at A. ; Chas. R. Pittock, I. G.; M. Eilderman, 0. G. The
lodge will hold a reception next Wednesday evening, 9th inst.
banquet was given the visiting officials.
Following are officers installed: A. L.
Clements, N. G.; Fred Clark, V. C.; J.
F. Kennedy, Tv. S.; T. G. Park, P. S.; J.
A. McCallum. Treas.; J. Hammer, W.;
D. D. Monro. C.; Thos. Smith, (). G.;
M. C. Davison. I. G.; I. A. Dinsmore,
R. S. S.; Dr. J. Westwood, L. S. S.; R.
B.Thomas, R. S. X. (I.; N. McLellan,
I.. S. X. (I.; (I. K. Bradshaw, 0.; A. F.
McCormick. li. S. V. Ii.; R. J, Wasson,
I.. S. V. (I.
CASH SYSTEM.
THE   CANADIAN
It is an old custom among all classes
the world over for people to make new-
resolutions at the beginning oi each
new year, and we like many others,
have decided to make a few new resolutions which we will leave to the public
to judge if we keep. We believe the
general credit system to be unfair to all
people who pay cash for what they purchase, as they have not only to pay for
what they purchase themselveB, but
also a margin sufficient to cover losses
caused by their neighbors who fail to
pay ; also, all other expenses entailed by
doing a eredit business from which they
derive no benefit. Therefore, we have
this day made the following resolutions:
First���Resolved, that we sell all goods
for cash only.
Second���Resolved, that we sell  aood
goods for less money than our cnnipeti-1
tors who sell on tbe credit system,  and
in that way give our trade the benefit of
a strictly cash system.
NOTE RKDUCED  PBICKS.
Tomatoes, per can      lfic
Beans, per can      I5c
Corn, per can      15c
Peas, per cah      15c
('renin, per can      15c
Flour, Hungarian, per sack  $1.(10
Flour, Gold Drop, per sack    1.40
Coal oil, per can     2.00
Canned salmon, per can     15c
Sugar, 12 lbs. for    1.00
Salt,  3tti sacks,     10c
Potatoes,  lOOttiB  $1.50
Rolled Oats, 81b. sack,       40c
And all other goods at a proportionate
reduction. Call and get our new price
list. BANNEBMAN BROS.
CASH GROCERY,
Copper St., Greenwood.
I have added to the equipment of my dental office an
apparatus for the administration of
Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen
for dental operations. This
is the latest, safest and best
method for the painless extraction of teeth or removal
of the pulp���destroying the
nerve.
Dr. R. Mathison
Both 'Phones.       Greenwood.
Dank oi Commerce.
Paid Up Capital, $6,000,000
Heat Office, T0R0MTO.
I President Hon. Geo. A. Cox.
j General Manager B. E. Wai.kkh.
! Ass't. Gen'l. Manager... J. H. Pmim.mkr.
...DEPOSITS RECEIVED...
The Devel
opment, of our trade is the
result of right goods at   .    .
Right Prices.
We have just added to our
already large stock a fine
assortment of	
Xmas Candies,
I Nuts, Fruits, Etc.
Over 500 lbs. of Candies in our
last shipment. Chocolates,
Creams and other toothsome
dainties that theladieslove.
See our stock of Xmas Cards.
H. B. MONROE 1
Drafts andd Money Orders issued
papable at any banking point in the
world.
MINEBAL ACT.
TO LOUIS MEYER AND JOHN HASSE.
Take notice thul I have caused to be done on
the White Horse mineral claim situate in Copper camp, in the Kettle river mining division
of Yale district, Hritish Columbia, the work required by section 2I, of the Mineral Act for the
year which has expired, and have expended
for such work and for recording the certificate
thereof the sum of $102.60, and that if. at the expiration of ninety days from the date of the
Brat publication of this notice, you (all to contribute your proportion of such expendituce,
namely, the sum of fifl.62 each, together with
all costs of advertising, your interest in said
minerol claim sKall be liable to forfeiture as
provided by the " Mineral Act Amendment
Act 1900."
Pated this Brd day ol October, 1900.
B. L. WOOD.
GREENWOOD  BRANCH.
D. A. CAMERON,
Mutter
DISSOLUTION OF PAETHEESHIP.
NOTICE Is hereb) given that the partnership
heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, us butchers and meat vendors at Camp
McKinney, B. C. has this day been dissolved
by mutual cousent. All debts owing to said
partnership aro to be paid to Frederic \V.
Swinburn at Camp McKinney aforesaid, and
all claims against the said partnership are to
be presented to the said Frederic W. Swinburn,
by whom the same will be settled.
Dated at Greenwood, B. C, this 14th day ol
December, A. I). 1900.
Witness J. V. FLOOD.
J. R. BROWN. F. W. SWINBURN
Greenwood & Kirkwood
CONTRACTORS and...
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PLAHS FURBISHED AHD ESTIMATES MADE.
..   .lOHHINi;   I'HOMITI.V ATTFNDKD TO...
Cor. Kimberly and Ida St..
Greenwood
Cigar
Store
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS
SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
DAWSON & CRADD0CK
....INGERSOLLSERGEANT MACHINERY
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GREENWOOD:
M. R. Kirkpatrick
The James Cooper Mfg. Co., Ltd., Montreal.
THE IMPERIAL
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I. 0. 0. F, INSTALLATION.
On Thursday evening \V. M. Law, of
Greenwood, D. D. G. M., of the I. O. O.
F., assisted by Past Grands Jas. Kerr
and T. M. Gulley of Greenwood, ,1.
Clark and D. D. McLaren, of Carson,
Wash.. A. Powell of Grand Forks, and
G. B. Taylor, noble grand elect of Greenwood lodge, installed the ollicers of
Gateway Lodge No. 45, I. O. 0. F. of
(irand Forks.    After the  installation  a
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BEST APPOINTED HOI'SE IN THE CITY
Well Furnished Rooms. Best Brand of Liquors and Cigars
Cor. Copper and Deadwood St.., Greenwood, B. O.
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Linoleums
Upholstered Goods
Bedding, Etc.   Pictures and Picture Frames.
T. M. GULLEY & CO.,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
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