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The Greenwood Miner
Published   Weekly.
Vol. III. No. io.
Greenwood, B. C, March 9, 1901.
Per Year, #2.00.
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STANDARD
PATTERNS
are the best in the world.
All seams allowed for. Up-
to-date in style and perfect
in fit. The most reliable
seam-allowing pattern
made.     Subscribe    for
THE   DESIGNER
The Best Fashion Maga=
zine published at the
price���10 cents per copy
or $1.00 per year.
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THE   COAST - KOOTENAY   EOAD
Resolutions  Offered  Modified���Meeting Favored Subsidy to Competing Lines.
_ A COMPLETE STOCK
A
A
A
A
    OF
Mining Machinery,
Mining Supplies,
Crockery,
Glassware.
Silverware,
Graniteware,
Shelf and Heavy
Best Equipped Tinshop in the City,
In charge of skilled mechanics.   We arc prepared to give estimates upon al
��� do repairing of 1
Tinware,
Lamp Goods,
Paints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
Pipe and Fittings,
Stoves.
Hardware.
also
lasses
all kind!
if work
A
A
A
A.     Don't Overlook Our Grocery Department.    A
A  The Russell-Law-Caul field Co., Ltd. A
iif a       WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL. ���-c,        _tf
P. BURNS & Co. ��
Fresh and Cured
Meats.
Ala largely attended meeting held in
tbe city ball last night, the railway
question was fully discussed.
tn the absence of Mayor Jakes, Mr.
W. M. Law was elected chairman, and
Mr. VV. G, (iaunce secretary. Mr. Ross
explained the object for wbicli the meeting had been called, stating that as it
was the intention of the Provincial government to grant subsidy to railways being built in the province, the people of
Greenwood should go on record as favoring competing lines to the C. V. It. He
had been informed that Mackenzie &
Mann intended to construct and equip a
railway from the Coast to Kootenay,
passing through the Similkameen
country, and thought there should be
some expression of opinion from the
meeting favoring a subsidy for this or
some other company,
One thing waB quite evident, that
these who had the meeting called were
willing to give exclusive rights to the
Great Northern or any other company
that, is under the control of the Great
Northern. Mr. Ross stated that he
wanted railway competition, but the
resolution prepared by him and moved
by Alderman Sutherland, expressly
stipulated that a subside should be given
to the V. V. & E.. or any otlier combination of chartermongers not likely to
fall tinder the control of the 0. P. R.
This means exclusive rights to any other
company but; the C. P. R., that would
build a road between the Coast and
Kootenay���a monopoly to any combination but the C. P. R. The charter to
the V. V. & E. wits granted four years
ago, but nothing has yet been done by
that aggregation of Victoria charter-
mongers. Tbey never intended to build
a railway. Their only object was to
bleed either the C. P- R.ortireat Northern. It appears that they bave been
able to sell to Jim Hill, or some combination controlled by him,
Alderman Sutherland moved, and Mr.
D. J. Bannerman seconded, the following resolution, which was amended and
modified, the clause favoring the V, V.
& E, being struck out:
Whereas  the   Provincial  government
has declared its intention of introducing
a measure providing a subsidy to aid  in
| the construction of the Coast-Kootenay
railway;
And whereas it is reported that the
Canadian Pacific railway com pan V are
making every effort to secure the subsidy to assist them in building the road ;
And whereas cheap freight rates are
essential in the development of the mining and allied Industries of the province,
land in the absence nf government owner ship of railways, the best safeguard
against   excessive   freight     charges    is
[ csmpetition ;
Therefore be it resolved that the
' citizens of (ireenwood, In public meeting
| assembled,  urge  upon   the    Provincial
government that any subsidy to aid   in
the construction of the Ooast-Kootenay
railway should be in cash  granted   to  a
company not   likely   to  fall   under  the
control of the Canadian Pacific railway
and should  be  made only
mediate commencement and
construction of such road :
MAT  THE  ADC\I   fiAfiH -Province of British Columbia of the an-
nUI      lflC   UlCn    DUUK   nual lillbilit.v 0|   *l"-IH r thereabouts
j incurred by the provincial   guarantee of ���
' interest:
Be   it   resolved,   that    this    meeting
Public Meeting Last Night to i commends to the favorable consider,,-
�� ��� ; Hon   of the  government  any   proposal !
Discuss Railway Matters.      calculated to secure such extension and
expresses   its   opinion   that   any   such ,
scheme   would   be  worthy  of a liberal ,
cash   subsidy   from   the province, and |
should be made only on condition of the
immediate commencement and continuous construction until completed of such
road.
After votes of thanks to the chairman
and secretary, Ihe meeting adjourned.
CITY COUNCIL.
Mayor Jakes and Aldermen Caulfield,
Naden, Boss, Sullivan and Sutherland
were present at- Monday night's meeting
of the city council.
City engineer was instructed to report
on amount of water the city can sell for
power purposes, without affecting the
supply for fire and domestic purposes.
The finance committee reported the
following accounts correct:
J. E. Schon $ 12.00
M. A. Harvey      8.00
Columbia Telephone Co     24.80
Tire department    49.00
Cameron & Palmer      6.76
Cameron Bros  14247
L. II. Wright     15 75
Cunningiiam & Andersen      0.80
Electric Company  1011.45
(ireenwood Times     84.60
(ireenwood Miner      8.20
0. J. McArtliur     24.00
D. D. Hardy     40.75
A. Larkins      7.20
Accounts were ordered paid.
Council endorsed resolution of asscci-
ated boards of trade in reference to
county boundaries.
On motion of Alderman Naden and
Ross, $4,500 was deducted from estimates [
of legal expenses and placed to that of
streets.
Authority was givon the driver to exchange or dispose of present lire team.
Alderman Naden gave notice that he
would introduce at next meeting a fire
limit by-law.
Committee on Miller Bros. vs. City
were given power to effect a settlement.
"FANCH0N   THE   CRICKET."
The performence given by the Green
wood Dramatic Company Wednesday
evening was excellent in even- respect,
The Auditorium was fairly well filled,
and the audience appreciative. Particular mention is due Mr. and Mrs Millis,
Mrs. vV, C. Tilsley. Mrs. Lena Peterson.
Miss Maud Butler and Mr. Mnnriy for
the faultless manner iu which they j
handled the characters represented by
them. Some of the otlier members of
company had not given their parts careful study and preparation. Mr. Bert
Mclntyre added to the evening's entertainment by his songs, following is the
caste of tbe play :
! the twin hrotl
Landry..
Dfdier...
Father Barb
Fathor Oalla
Martineau...
,and,...a ricb
nl Etionno,
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peasant.
ii. Dalmadice
..!���'. A. Mtlfin
E.G. Mainly
...I. W, Evoy
S. II. Hci.lv
Coiln F. IHlberl
Mother Barbeand Marie Mrs. Lena Peterson
Scene Pearl Butler
Madelon Callard Maud Butler
Kllllcl the M'lll'll of Casio Mrs. W. 0, Tllsh-v
fn chin,  Mr. P. A, MIUli
Poultry, Pish and
Oysters.
THE GREAT DIVIDEND PAYER.
The Standard Oil coinpanv still keeps
to Its record nf taring the heel dividend
payer on earth. Tills month sees a 20
per cent, dividend mi the 1100,000,000
capitalization of the company, just ns in
February of 1H00 Wall street   was -ur-
prised wilh Ihe saine kind nf :i dividend
:This   20   per  cent,   dividend,   which   is
I payable  March   16,  t" stockholders of
, I record February 15, i- n quarterly  riiii-
i dend of Ihe company     Thus the stock
m the |m- holders of thu standard Oil company
continuous [ will   receive   $20,000,000   ill    dividends
. with the certainty of having Ihree more
And be it further resolved  that copies
of this resolution   be  forwarded  to  the j
government and members of the Provin- j
trial Legislature.
Speeches were made and re-made by
Messrs. Duncan Mcintosh, James Kerr,
Duncan Boss, D. Sullivan D. A. Bannerman, VV. J, Kirkwood,Chas. Wilson.
C. Scott Galloway, Rev. B. II. Balderston and the chairman, after which the
resolution as modified was passed.
The following resolution, moved by
VV. ,1. Kirkwood and seconded by Duncan Mcintosh, was unanimously passed:
Whereas, an extension of the Shu-
swap and Okanagan railway to Hock
Creek or Midway would traverse an
agricultural  and   mineral   country  of'
MARKETS IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
dividends durieg the year, each oi f
which may reach the same figure, (her
and above all this there is also the playful little habit of the Standard Oil directors of surprising their slock holders will,
extra dividends every once iu a while.
During 100(1. for the full vear. IS per
cent, was paid in dividends to Standard
Oil shareholders. In 1880 they had 88
per cent., in 1808 30 per cent., Ill 1807 :i:s
per cent., and ,'!1 percent, in 18110. During each of the live proceeding years 12
percent, dividends were paid annually.
It is interesting to note that since 1896
the company has paid in dlvld nils more
than twice the amount of its capital
stock. It is no wonder Ihat the stock is
JS I great promise, a country which wil'l not '. selling around $815 for a $100 share. At
5* he served by any other contemplated I this time the stock is selling for nearly
^S | line of railway; and whereas an in- | twice its price of a year ago.
8? creased tralfic would accrue from such j
!X I extension to the Rliii.wni, and  Okaua- '    Stoves and  Furniture galore at  the
relieve the ' O [ C second-hand store
5j I i-Airnsiou to the  Shusunp
I gan railway.would go far to
IS ANOTHER FEEDER
To the Great  Northern from
Brtish Columbia.
WILL NOT RUN TO THE C0A8T
The Victoria, Vancouver and Eastern
Will Be Another Ore Spur of
the Great Northern.
J. II. Kennedy, chief engineer  of  the
Victoria. Vancouver & Eastern railway,
was in the city the pant week, and went
on to Midway yesterday with the intention of commencing work on the
survey of the line. Operations will be
commenced nt the summit between
Bock Creek and Chesaw, and from that
point the survey will lie run east to
Cascade and west to the Similkameen,
for the one hundred miles west of Cascade. This branch will act as a feeder
of the extension of the Ureal Northern
from the S. ]���'. ,v. N., which will connect
with the V. V. A ]���'., at a point near
Cascade, li this road is built into the
Similkameen, it will enable the Great
Northern to handle all the ores of that
rich mining region. The tramway from
Midway to the camps of the Boundary,
will also enable the same system to
handle the ores of (ireenwood, Wellington.   Skylark,    Deadwood   and   Copper
camps. With a branch to the Fernie
coal fields, now being applied for, and
the lines already running into the Hoss-
lanri and Nelson districts, and the steam-
beat lines from Bonner's Ferry tapping
the mines along Kootenay lake, the
(ireat Northern will have almost complete control of the hauling and smelting of the ores of Hritish Columbia,
This is a matter that should receive
the careful consideration of Ihe legislature of British Columbia, and also of
coast business men, All the charters
now being applied lor in Hritish Col
iinihia are intended as feeders lo ihe
Great. Northern system.
WORKING   24    HOURS   A   DAY.
There's no rest for those tireless Utile
workers���Dr. King's New I. le Pills.
Millions are always busy, curing Torpid
Liver, Jaundice. Billiousness, Fever and
Ague. Thev banish sick Headache,
drive oul Malaria. Never gripe or
weaken. Small, lasle nice, work wonders. Try them. 26 cents at Miller
Bros', and .1. I.. Whiles'.
NEEDS   A   REST.
The Pioneer has always stood   up  fur
and told the truth about Phoenix���a few
green-eyed contemporaries  to  the con
trary iiotwithstaiiiliiiL'.-Phoenix Pioneer
Well. Walter, you have now tin-
privilege of sitting down and lying like
blnz->s, Continuous truth-telling ou a
newspflSer creates a mental vacuum,
just as continuous standing causes
physical exhaustion. By all the privileges guaranteed to ihe Individual by
the constitution of Grout Britain. Walter, yon are entitled-to a lung season of
unti'itilifulo"-.". and there is no reason
win  llii'se  mil ruths  may   mil  b ��� i	
ceived and h mi [III Inrth while you ill '
in il (rittlllg posture The Miner 'I , ���-
nut wi-h lo "��� misunderstood ns recommending the hard, oilspokeii untruths
used by un i, bill ihe hille, ivhltt',
effeminate imbecile smirking lies, thai
show how wicked one can really he in
the west���I hiiudeiiilion and d tin '
STRIKES   A   RICH   FIND.
" I nas troubled for several years with
chronic indigestion and nervous debility," writes F. J. (ireen. of Lancaster, N. II. " No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitters, which
did me more good than all the medicines
I ever usi'i], Thev have also kepi my
wife in excellent health Inr years. Sin-
says Electric Hitters are just splendid
for female troubles ; and that they are |(
grand tonic and invigorator for weak,
run down women. Nn other medicine
can take its place in our family," Tri
ihem. Only 60c. Satisfaction guaranteed
by Miller Bros, and .1. I.. White.
The Horseshoe restaurant is still fed
ing everybody. The best sleaks, the lip>l
chops, the In st cutlets, the best pastr\.
the best IllU.-ll, hot cakes, coffee, tea ami
cocoa, aim Jackson'- best brand i
Myers1 creek cretini.
Removal Snleal th.-o I Csecond-haml
store. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
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HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.
I    Capital, $8,000,000
Rest, $2,000,000    I
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Scientific Examination
of Your Eyes 	
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.   -   -   B. E. WALKER, General Manager.
J. H. PLUMMER, Ass't Gen. Manager.
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1    J. W. H. SMYTHE, MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH    II
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WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE EVERYTHING
...OR ANYTHING...
OIC
Miller Bros. Will Serve You
For Drugs, Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches, etc.
Eor Expert Watch Repairing, Diamond Setting and Engraving, and Careful Compounding of Prescriptions, Miller Bros, of Greenwood, B. C. are First and Foremost	
ABOVE  ALL   COMPETITORS,
A. F. & A. M.
GREENWOOD LODGE No. 28, A. P. & A. M.,
G. R. B. C. Regular Communication in Masonic
Temple, Government street, first Thursday in
each month.   Sojourning brethren invited.
C. SCOTT GALLOWAY, VV. M.
M. E. MILLER, Secretary.
W. R. OF M.
The New and Secondhand Store    I
3 A. L. WHITE & CO.
3    V. & N. PHONE 106. GREENWOOD STREET.
TIIK   BKST    BEER    IN    TOWN    IS   MAUL    it V    THE
Elkhorn Brewery,
PORTMANN EROS. & CO..  Props.
Real Estate
Mines   and  Mining.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD. B. C.
as ar, advocate of the principle of government ownership of public utilities,
and if this railway will benefit the
people so much an 1 handle such a large
tonnage, why does not Mr. Curtis advocate its being built and operated by
the government ?
FOR
Tim  convention    of    the   associated
boards of trade, recently held at Green-
PATR0.NISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
h
The Elkhorn   Lager   Beer    contains I
snly pure Malt and
Hops.   Try it!
It Ts kept on
Draught or in Bottles by all the Lend
ng Hotels in this
District.
WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINER8-
The Greenwood Branch ol the Federation
meets hereaiter In Union hall, Silver street,
at 7:3(1 p. m. every Saturday evening.
M. H. KANE, Secretary
K. OF P.
GREENWOOD LODGE NO. W, K. OF I'., meets
every Wednesday evening at 7:80 In the Masonic hull, Greenwood.    Sojourning brethren
cordially invited.    D. A. MACKENZIE, C. C.
A.S. EMBRKE, K. R. 4 S.
Mrs. Larkin
has taken charge of the rooms in the
AUDITORIUM,
where she will be prepared to look
after all her old customers and un
many new ones as she can entertain.
The rooms are well furnished and
comfortable ; rates reasonable If
you need rooms, *-nll and see her,
before taking elsewhere.    .    .
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Boundary Creek Loan and Mercantile
...AQEINCV...
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THOMAS MILLER, Manager
wood, has  at  least demonstrated the  _~,~~._~~.������_~_~_~,_~^__-__-_~.^^
Greenwood Postoffice Mail      utter absurdity of a few doze,, tneni^rwwrwwwwwwwwwwwwvwvwvwwwwwwin
Service, banding themselves together and  pre- '��� *    M)(A*lllss  "M"",L" C""c  "��"���"** ft H"i.   ��i
Burning to speak  for  the people as a
on and alter Monday, October 1.1, mails will       .    .        v   ...       ...        .       .  ... .
arrive and bo  dispatched us follows!   Mails   whole.    .Nothing like  the deliberations
dose lor all points oasl and weal at 1,80 p. m.       ,lf t|u, convention has occurred since the
Phoenix l:80p.m HSOp.m]   days of the  "Three Tailors of Tooley
\fZ7^::::z::^mlZ:::::.z:z:iSE"!: Btreet-" ,fa votenf����resldent8 ��f the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   Kootenay  were  taken  tomorrow as to
the advisability of permitting Jim Hill
THE      GREENWOOD      MINER,  and his associates to < ,e In here and
..,,,,, ��� ,, ... ,    exploit   themselves,   we  have   not  the,
Published every Friday evnnlng at Greenwood,     .. . . 1
British Columbia. slightest   hesitation   as   to the   result.]
Then why should a  dozen  or so of men
for the most part not in  any wav repre-
J  W. GRIER Manager. ...       ,   K      .     . ,   .     '.
sentativeof  the business interests, at-
SUBSCRIPTION   liATF.s. tempt to express approval of a proposal
Domestic, One  Year I2.00   that is almost,  unanimously condemned
six Months fl.uu   by the people? Is anv stronger evidence
foreign, One Year (2.60  required of the desirability of curtailing
I'avablc lavariaiilv in Advance. .,        . ., ,., ',,   ,   , .
the privileges of the so-called   boards of
trade   than    the    resolution    recently
Advertising rates furnished on application,        ,    .   , ,, .
adopted   at    the   (ireenwood   conven-
No patent medicine ads taken except al full   ..,..,       ._.
rt tion.���Nelson Economist,
Legal notice. 10 and 6 cents per line, mQR^   ^g   HER   TERROR,
SATURDAY, MARCH 0. 1901.
The Greenwood board of trate has
sent a delegate to Victoria to wait on
the govern,ne,it. The people of the
Boundary district should make fervent
appeals In their daily supplications that
the Greenwood hoard of trade be not
again led into the temptation of road
building..
One of the principal objects of a police
department in a citv is the protection
of property and the arrest of vandals,
and when tile force is not able to do
this it should lie either added lo or re-
ntoddeled. (Ireenwood is becoming
much too large for the housi-wrecker or
sign-smasher, and young men whose
only attempt at muscular development
lie in the direction of destroying other
people's property should be given the
benefit of the police magistrate's experience iii reference to the rights of
property owners. It is only fair to these
young ,iiini that the police magistrate
should establish a precedent iu such
matters for their future guidance.
Tiik member for the Kossland riding
visited (ireenwood last week in the interests of the Great Northern railway
and delivered an able address before the
associated hoards of trade in favor of
a charter from the Dominion parliament to that corporation. The charter
for which tbe Great Northern is applying
to the Dominion house does not affect
this riding only in so far as the general
principle of railway competition in otliet
parts of the province is concerned. We
presume Mr. Curtis consulted Ion most
influential supporters before deciding to
neglect bis duties in the house in order
to "boost" for a railway corporation.
As a rule railway companies are quite
able to take care of their own interests
and as Mr. Curtis was elected to represent the people of Kossland riding and
not the Great Northern railway, the
electors of this district would, doubtless,
he perfectly satislied if he attended the
legislature and looked carefully after
I heir interests.    Mr. Curtis was elected
���' I would cough nearly all night long"
writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, of Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly get any
sleep I had consunipt ion so bad that
if I had walked a block I would cough
frightfully and spit blood, but, when
all other medicines failed, three $1.00
bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery
wholly cured me and [gained 58 pounds"
It's absolutely guaranteed to cure
Coughs, Colds, La Grippe,  Bronchitis
and all Throat and Lung Troubles.
Price 50c. ane $1.00, Trial bottles free
at,I. L. White's and Miller Bros', drug
store.
Piano for rent.   OIC second-hand
store,
Gem Restaurant under one management for past, four years.    Meals  at   all
hours.   Werner A Pittock, proprietors.
.TO LET.
BUILDING Suitable for
Stores or offices.  Lot on
Copper  Street,   business
Centre.
.FOR SALE...|
Well Famished Five-
Roomed Rouse.
EASY TERMS OF
PAYMENT.
GREENWOOD, B. G.
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= GREENWOOD, B. C. I
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: Rates: $1. and $1 50 Per Day. ��:
Copper Street. Greenwood.
Meals at DAY OR
All Hours   ....NIGHT
Private Dining Room for Ladies.
BEST MEALS. BEST SERVICE
WERNER *   PITTOCK, Proprietors.
JX.S IUUL8JliUUlJlWA&iUUUUA.!La
Cunningham & Andersen
ELECTRICAL
CONSTRUCTION
AND SUPPLIES
Mine Installation
a Specialty.
Fixture., Motor., Dynamo.,
Eto. Houaa Wiring and Dyn.
.mo Repairing.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
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GOOD, COMFORTABLE
WELL FURNISHED
ROOMS	
AT MOST
REASONABLE^
RATES....
CALL AMI INQUIRE AT
.Commercial Hotel.
Special Terms by Week or Month,
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>   House Mewly Famished  and Refitted
'! Throughout.
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DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the part
nersbip heretofore  subsisting   between   the
j undersigned as Produce Merchant!) carrjrlngon
business at Greenwood, K. C��� under the name
and stylo of the Greenwood Produce Company
wns discolved on the 1st day oi March, 1901.
| All accounts owing the said partnership are
to be paid to James ll. McNeil, who will con-
: liniieihe business, mid and all debts owing hy
the said partnership are to be presented to the
said James fl. McNeil by whom the same will
be paid.
LION BOTTLING WORKS,
GREEHWOOD aud GRAHD FORKS,
Manu^turer. ^|| Kjn(js 0f Carbonated Beverages,
Sole Agents Inr THE LION BREWING CO., Rossland B. C.
The targes! Brewery In Hritish Columbia.
JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors, j
Canadian
��� ...Pacific
And Soo Line
FIRST-CLASS  SLEEPERS
on all trains Irom
Revelstoke and Kootenay
^^     Landing
TOURIST CARS
Pass Iminiiorc .hinction fur St. Paul, Sundays,
Tuesdays, Thursdays nnd Fridays.  Toronto
nn Mondays mid Wednesdays. Montreal
and Boston on Saturdays.
Bame ears pass Revelstoke one day earlier.
Dated ai Greenwood,
March, A. D��� 1901.
Witness: i
.1. B. Brown.
II.  C,  the 2nd day of
GBORQB ll. Croplry.
Jambs ii. McNeil,
CHANGE   OF   OWNERSHIP.
nil-: ttNDERSIGNED has sold to Wong Pan
the house on I.nt Five [6] in Block Nino  .9], ou I
Gold si ire,, in thecity of (Ireen wood, and one-
half of said lot.
Witness: ,
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nradilres nearest local agent.
K. It. ItF.IlPATH. Agent, Greenwood.
.1. S. CARTRR, E. J. COYLE,
li. P. A., Nelson, B, c. \. G. P. A., Vane.
Certificate of Improvements Notice.
PI.I'TII MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in the Kettle river Mining   Division
l    of. Yale District.    Where located   In Dead-
wood Camp, adjoining the  Peacock  mineral
claim.
Take notice Uml I, Sydney M. Johnson, as
agent for M, M. Welch,"free miner's certificate
No, B8.189, John P. Anderson, free miner's eer-
tifioateNo. R29.767, and Frederic Keffer, free
miner's certificate No. ba8,297, intend, sixty
ays from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a certificate ol improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining a crown grunt of tbe
above claim.
And further take notice that action under
section  :i7,  must be commenced   before   the
issuance of such certificate of improvements.
;    Dated at Greenwood, B. C, Decern her 2(1,1900
51-9 SYDNEY M. JO HNSON ��� ;.
THE GREENWOOD YVEKKXY MiNKR.
The John Bull Mines, Limited,
\n.i-Pii����o��Ai.   l.iAUii.rrr.
INCOHI'OKA'l III (I.MIKR TIIK COMPAXlBg' ACT   1KII7.   MUTlMir COLUMBIA,
ABU AMKXDIKi: ACTS.
Authorized Capital stock $150,000,
In shares of 10 cents each, fully paid up and non-assessahle, of which 550,000
shares were placed in the Treasury for development purposes.
I iu ah Office  -   Hossi.imi, B. c.
okficzhs.
President JAS. H. YOUNG, Esq., ROSSLAND, It. (.'.
Vice-President WM. FORREST, Esq.., Gladstonk, B. 0.
Secretary THOS. PARK KR, Esu., Rossland, B. 0,
Tbkahurbr CHAS. G. ROSS, Esq.., Rosslanb, R. (',
DIBBCTOBA.
The foregoing Officers and the following are Directors:
H. McCTJTCHEON, Esq _ Gbrknwood, B. C,
THOS. STOUT, Esq Rossland, B. C.
IIAN'KKRI.
BANK OF TORONTO.
Sharks���All shares are non-assessable under Section 56 of the
Companies' Act, 1897, and there is absolutely no personal liability attached to shareholders.
Pooled Stock���All promoters' stock was pooled for two years
and until such further date as the Directors of the Company may name.
By an agreement made with the Company, all Treasury stock sold, with
the exception of 4,000 shares, was sold as pooled stock. This was done
for the purpose of keeping the stock off the market, until sufficient development was done to prove the value of the property.
Situation���The property, consisting of two claims, the '' John
Bull " and " Marinette," is situated on John Bull mountain, one and a
half miles north of Gladstone, B. C, on the main line of the Columbia &
Western railway, and one-half mile north-west of McCrae creek,
in the Grand Forks mining division of Yale district.
Arka���The area of the property is eighty-eight and one-quarter acres.
TiTLR���The claims are surveyed and a Crown Grant has been obtained by the Company.
Transportation���The Columbia & Westtrn railway skirts the
foot of the mountain upon which the claims are located. From the
workings on the John Bull to the railroad, following the slope of the
mountain, is a distance of less than half a mile, and the difference in
altitude about 600 feet. Consequently, the descent is very favorable for
either a surface or an aerial tramway.
Timber and Water���All the timber and water required for the
proper development of the claims are to be found on the property.
Works���The initial work was the building of a trail from "the railway to the John Bull claim ; the trail could, with little expense, be made
into a wagon road. A cabin, with accommodations for six men, has been
erected.
An open cut, live feet deep and fourteen feet long, was blasted out
as an approach to a tunnel which was driven into the mountain a
distance of 203 feet. Access to this work was by means of ladders,
which are still the only means of reaching the works. The whole property can lie developed by tunnelling, which is a great saving of expense
to the Company, as from 800 to 1,000 feet of depth can lie got by this
means of development.
The Board cordially invites inspection of the property by Investors.
Attached, appears an engineer's report on the property :
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REPORT ON THE PROPERTY OP THE JOHN BULL MINES, LIMITED.
To H. McCutcheon, Esy., Greenwood, B. C.
Dear Sir: I beg herewith to submit a report on the property of the
John Bull Mines, Limited, as follows :
The property consists of the John Bull and Marinette claims, situated about one and a half miles north of Gladstone village, on the main
line of the C. & W. Ry., and one-half mile north-east of McCrae creek,
in the Grand Forks mining division of Yale district, British Columbia.
Area���The area of the property is eighty-eight and a quarter
(88#) acres.
Title���Both claims have lieen surveyed and a Crown Grant
obtained by the Company.
DEVELOPMENT���The development work has been done principally
on the John Bull claim and consists of a tunnel driven 203 feet into the
almost vertical face of the mountain. The mouth of the tunnel is 600
feet above the C. & W. Ry. and less than half a mile away.
Traversing the bare face of the bluff, with a dip of about 80 degrees
to the east, and striking in a north, north-easterly direction, is a heavy
iron capping from 25 to 30 feet in width. On the hanging wall side of
this showing, the tunnel was started aud run for a distance of 25 feet,
following a small clay seam, at this point the seam tears more to the
east and the course of the tunnel was changed to follow it. At a further
distance of 50 feet, the course of the seam has again changed to that at
first taken but the tunnel was kept on straight ahead.
At a distance in of 147 feet, a liody of mineral composed of pyrrhotite
iron in a gangue of quartz and calcite spar, was encountered and cross-cut
for nearly 20 feet on the floor of the tunnel and about four feet on the
ceiling but no exploitation has been done at this point, instead of which,
the tunnel was driven to a still further distance of 50 feet, whence it was
doubtless intended to cross-cut to the ledge.
I might also mention that at ft distance in of about 100 feet from the
mouth of the tunnel, a clay seam about four inches thick was cross-cut,
but I consider it of no vital importance.
About 60 feet vertically above the mouth of the tunnel, a few shots
have been put in on an out-cropping of chalcopyrite about eight inches
thick on the surface, but which, at a depth of two and a half feet, consists of two small parallel leads, each about eight inches in width. At
this point is found the best grade ore yet discovered on the property. A
little surface work has been done at other points but of little importance
thus far.
Formation���The country rock on either side of the iron-capping
is a black crystalline limestone, and where ore is found, its gangue
contains more or less lime spar and limey quartz.
Ledges���Besides the large iron-capping already referred to, there
are on the property already discovered, two leads of white quartz, one
about 300 feet to the south-east of the tunnel and the other lying apparently on the foot-wall of the iron-cap showing, upon neither of which
has any work been done. About 50 feet east of the tunnel, the face of
the bluff, for a width of at least 40 feet, is heavily iron-stained, and at
various points on both claims are encountered blow-outs of solid iron
pyrrhotite and of quartz.
Transportation Facilities���The Columbia & Western railway
lies between the property and McCrae creek, a quarter of a mile away
and, as said before, about 600 feet vertically below the mouth of the
tunnel, making it an ideal location for an aerial tramway when shipping
ore is opened up.
Treatment FACILITIES���The facilities for the treatment of the ore
from this region, can scarcely be excelled, the C. & W. railway running
daily to both the C, P. R. smelter at Trail and the Granby smelter at
Grand Forks.    Besides these there is every  probability  af reduction
works lieing erected at Cascade, a distance of fifteen miles. The ore already encountered, like most af the Boundary mine ores, is very readily
fluxed, bringing the reduction charges' down to a minimum-
Timber and Water���There is plenty of timber on the property
for all mining purposes and water can lie piped from a creek at the
northerly portion of the property, to the present workings, at a very
reasonable expenditure.
Sl'MMARV���I would advise that a cross-cut lie made northerly at tlie
i 145-foot point in the tunnel on the ore bed there opened up. I would
j also advise that some work be done on the small parallel leads of copper
1 sulphide that out-crop 50 feet above the mouth of the tunnel. I might
j say that this out-crop appears to be running in a direction to cross-cut
the iron-capped surface showing.
As the whole surface of the bluff, for a width of 350 feet, is more or
: less mineralized and spotted with blow-outs of iron, the indications are
I good for a body of ore lieing discovered when development work is being systematically carried on ; some exploitation might lie done on the
quartz leads to ascertain if they carry >ufficient values to make  them
workable.
The ore exposures on the pro|ierties are very promising, but systematic development work will lie necessary to prove its value as a mine.
There is a strong probability that an ore shoot will lie discovered in Ihe
vicinity of the present workings, of sufficiently high value to make the
property a valuable one.
Attached to this report you will find a copy of some of the assays obtained from rock taken at different points on the property, accompanied
by sketches of the claims and their locations.    I beg to remain,
Yours respectfully,
W. S. Keith, .Mining Engineer.
ASSAYS   OF   ORE   PROM   THE   PROPERTIES   OP   THE   JOHN
BULL   MINES   LIMITED.
Attention!
We have added to our painting
force .Mr. Geo. I.. Fraliok, an
Eastern carriage painter, and are
now prepared to execute promptly
ami in a thorough and up-to-date
workman-like manner, all hinds
of House, Winn and Carriage
Painting.
Genuine English \
Linseed Oil.      I
Chemically Pure f
White  Lead.     I
Sash and Doors.
Copper...$3n\SX) made by Richard Marsh, assayer, Kossland, B.C.
Copper...$47.80 made by Hastings it Parker, assayers RoSnland, B. C.
Copper...$31.08 made by Hastings & Parker, assayers, Rossland, B. ('.
Copper...$45.00 made by Rudolph Boelim, assayer, Greenwood, B. C.
Copper...$4(>.00 made by Canadian Smelting Works, Trail, It. ('.
Copper...$49.71 made by the Grant Laboratory, Toronto, Ont.
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E. F. MASSAM,
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GREENWOOD.
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$1.86 per Box,
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Cash  Store.
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Boating, Pishing   C ** *m 24- *. ami a . *��-���      "Resident Physi-   -
and Excursions    _^5��U 11 l_Cl.Fl LI 111      cian and Nurse.   s
The Devel- f
opuicnt   of our trade is the  jjj
result of riflil goods at    .    .   S
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We have just lidded lo our   w
already largo stock n line *
assortment of T
Xmas Candies,    *
Nuts, Fruits, Etc. I
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Halcyon Springs, Arrow Lake, B.C.
In Telerraphic communication with all parts of the world
" $15 to SIS per week according to resl-
deptrt every dty.   TERMS:
dence In Hotel or Villus
Two malls arrive and    S
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Its Itathff cure all nervous and muscular diseases,    Its waters heal nil Kidney, l.lvei   K
and Stomach Ailments,   Tho baths and watorollmlnatoall Z
metal poisons from the system, 3
The price oi railway ticket for round <rit> between Qroonwood aud   llalcvnn   5
Knoll lor Thirty Days 11ml obtainable nil the year round   is til.-in. ~
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Over 600 lbs. of Candies iu utir *
hisi shipment.   Chocolates, J,
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See 0111 r-tcck of Xmas Cards.     $
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Established 1SS6.
Incorporated i��95.
McLennan, McFeely & Co., Ltd.
DAWSON. W. T.
VANCOUVER. B. C
.IMPORTERS AMD JOBBERS OF
U A r_sT_,__/' A nC IKON, STEEL, GLASS, OILS
M A W I 9 VV A K I_ PAINTS, METALS, STOVES
1 2_______t_ _-_2_-_! TINWARE, GUNS. ETC.   .
We make a specialty of supplies for Mines, Mills,
Blacksmiths, Railroads, Contracters, Lumbermen, Etc    -   .
Giant Powder Co.,
Falrbank's Scales
Bennett's Bntrlisli Fuse
AGENTS FOR  t Fairbunl.'s Scales
Majestic Steel Ranees
Canton Mining Steel
Spooner's Copperine
<��* Registered Trademark " SOTISET." ill
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.I. H. Brown. ,l. P. McLboii.
McLEOD & BROWN,
Barristers,   Solicitors,
Notaries  Public,  Etc.
1 Naden-FI I hloek. Greenwood.  B. C.
E. JACOBS,
Accountant.
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
<;. A,OTOHS, H, Ai H. A. 1,1'Kss, m    \.
GUESS BROS.,
MIRTlfG ENGINEERS, GREENWOOD.
Assay, Analybbs, Reports.
pvanidh   leaching.    amalgamation
ami Concentration Tests, THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
Hello There!
One 50 egg incubator cheap, second-
band,   0 I C store.
Duncan Koss leaves today for Victoria,
as a delegate from the associated hoards
of trade, to wait upon the government.
.lames Kerr also leaves today to look
after the railway charter he and others
are asking the legislature to grant for a
mad between Vernon and Midway.
Hello! Hello!!
YOU ARE BEHIND
THE TIMES
if you have not one of our
Telephone
Tablets. ^
It is the best article in=
vented   for   the   purpose.
Convenient,    inexpensive,
always in place.
Telephone Tablet a, $2.25
Extra Rolls, 250 feet,    .35
A pleasure to show the
above.  Call and see it.
..SMITH & MAE..
(ireenwood Lodge No. 29,  K.  of    P.,
gave a dance Monday evening last in the
Masonic Temple, at  which tbore were'
j forty couples present. Supper was served i
' I>v Werner it Pittock of  the Gem,  and
Professor    Kauf'fninnn    furnished    the
music,   A very enjoyable evening was
' -pent.
At the semi-annual election of ollicers
ol   (ireenwood Miners'   Union,   No.   22, | ,
\Y.   F. ol   M., Saturday evening, the
following were elected:    President, Geo. ,
I). Sankey;   vice-president,  Alex.   Mc-1
Donald;    secretary-treasurer.    SI.     II.
Kane,   re-elected;  recording  secretary,
('has.. Hooper; warden, Dan Sic,ilaslian ;
conductor, J. Slclltonioney.
On Tuesday last C. M. Shaw and .las.
Kerr returned from locating a route of
railway between Carmi, on the West
Fork, and Vernon. Messrs. Shaw and
Kerr did not know they were lost until
their arrival at Kelowna, where they
met a search party going out to locate
them, The route located for the road,
they claim, gives easy grades.
I hase 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.
Greenwood
Cigar
Store
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS
SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
DAWSON & CRADBOCK
People who are accustomed to smoking
the high grade, time honored brands of_
...fiavana Cigars
Kind 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 IIY MAIL,
Telegraph <>r Telephone
Promptly Attended to.
TIIK HAVANA CIGAR EMPORIUM
OF TIIK BOUNDARY COUNTRY. .
Clarendon Hotel Block,
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager,""' _���wK��,B.b
TYrnnr
British Columbia Wholesale Liquor Co.,
LIMITED.
R.   GREIGER, -    Manager.
'I'll.  V. & X. 84.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
('live Pringle, of the lirm of Pringle &
Whiteside, returned from the east this
week.
Robert Wocd left Thursday  for  Vic
toria to look after legislation   he  is   get-
ling put through the house.
The local dramatic coin pany will play
" Flnnigan's Alley" in the Auditorium,
Monday evening, .March IS.
Smith A McRae have now on sale
postal cards on which are excellent views
of both the Greenwood and Boundary
Kails smelters.
Kor instructions on the piano, violin,
mandolin or guitar, see Proffessor Kauff-
mann, at the Greenw 1  -Music Store,
Wallace-Miller block.
Wm, Dow,lie, the lately appointed
superintendent of the Columbia & Western railway, made a tour of the Boundary the past  week.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce has
contributes: |200 towards the relief of
the widows and orphans of minors who
were killed in the Dunsniuir mines at.
Cumberland, H. (.'.
The Rev. Robert VVhittlngton, SI. A.,
B.   P.,    president    of   the    I'Slethoilist
conference of British Columbia, will  be
in (Ireenwood on .Monday next and will
address a meeting in the Methodist
chn roll at  8  p.   in.
N ighi alarms to the lire department
>ii ii now he turned in Irani the Hotel
Armstrong, corner af Government and
Deadwood street*, The night alarm
'phones are now ihe Armstrong, the
Clarendon and the Ladysmith,
The net smelter returns  from the 10
tons of ore sent lo ihe Trail smelter from
the Gold Bug mine, in Deadw I camp,
was fn.", pur ton. Another shipment will
he made to Boundary Kails as soon as
Ihe pyritic smelter is blown in.
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ING INKS and PAPER, ��
HELD BOOKS, ETC., |
and all materials suitable |
for Engineers and Sur- ��
veyors, etc., can be pro- i
cured at Reasonable Prices ��
it J. L. COLES, jt-.it.jt.
Hooks, Stationery, Ollice
Supplies and Wall  Paper.
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At the B. C. hotel this week are regis- j
tered: Alex. McLennan. .1. Herman,
Bert Melntyre, J. Vivian, Jas Grant,
Jas. A. McLean, Phoenix; R. C. .Melville, Rossland ; James Kelley, Nelson ;
.1. Fleishman, Harry Epstin, Vancouver;
A.J. Sloor, Spokane; Alex. Waddell,
Similkameen; Ed, Hanlan, Republic,
Wash.: II. C. Turner, Boundary Kails;'
W. B, Cochrane, (Irand Forks; Pete
Lover, Iconoclast, Mine.
Registered at  the   Imperial  the  past;
week were:!!    ('.   Waterson,  Toronto:
.lames Bawley,  Denver,  Colo.;  L.   SI.
Rice, Seattie, Wash.: W.   I',.  Cochrane, J
Phoenix;!'. L. Lightfoot. 0. SI. Karleigh,
C.   SI.    Ralston,     Vancouver;    K.    W.
I'raser, Kelowna; S.   lletiiierman,   Mid-
Way! .I.C.   Dale.  Carmi; .1. P.   Vane,
James   Lawrence,   St.  (ieorge  Harvey,
W. H. Moore, A. Booth, Nelson; ,1.  p.
Melntyre,'W. Gibben, Winnipeg; C. R.
Hamilton,   Rossland:    .1.   K.   Whitney,;
Bertin ; F, Thatcher, Spokane.
A   HORRIBLE   OUTBREAK
"Of large sores ou my little daughter '
had developed intoa case of scald head," '
writes (,'. D. Ishill, of Slorganton, Tenn.,
"but Bueklen's Arnica Salve completely
cured her." lis a guaranteed cure for
Eczema,Tetter, Salt Rheum, Pimples,
Sores, Ulcers and Piles. Only __!i cents
at ,). L. White's and Sliller Urns'.
Books exported, opened, balanced and
kept posted. Best systems devised.
Accountant, P. 0, Box 60, Miner office,
Agents for Calgary and Pabst Beer.
Complete Line of Bar Supplies. Greenwood, B. C
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GREENWOOD:
H. R. Kirkpatrick
The James Cooper Mfg. Co., Ltd., Montreal.
THE IMPERIAL
..HOTEL..
BEST APPOINTED HOI'SE IN THE CITY
Well Furnished Rooms.
Best Brand of Liquors and Cigars
Cor. Copper and Deadwood Sts.. Greenwood, B. O.
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FURNITURE, CARPETS
1 Linoleums
Upholstered Goods
Bedding, Etc.   Pictures and  Picture  Frames.
T. M. GULLEY & CO.,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
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[Now   is   the   Time   to   Buy   Town    Lots   ii
SIMILKAMEEN   CITY
*5 The Mining and Commercial Center for the Whole Similkameen,
*pm Situated in Camp Hedley, close to the Nickel Plate Mines and Stirling Creek Copper Camp.
^5 f-'m* thf* nt*ltt Tt*n __t_91sf_-i the Townsite Company will sell 40 of the choice inside
J* ��� "' mmMWsT MtWmvJLm m *SmM BmW���mjf9 business lots next to cost price. > Your choice for $30 cash
3JJ   and $10 upon issue of the deed.    Deeds can be given any time upon payment of %\o.
_JJ On the 18th day of Slarch 1901, the lots on the business street will go Up from $3 to $11) per foot frontage.    On the other streets they will go up
<J~ from !fl to $5 per foot frontage,   Conic in now on the ground Moor and make money,
'3* They never will be as Cheap again.    It is an Investment and no Speculation.
^jmy This Townsite is situated on the main wagon road and location lines of three different railroads, half way between Keremeos and Princeton, and
_ht�� among the coming mines in Itritish Columbia,    For further particulars apply to II. SI. Keefer, room 4 Wallace-Miller block, (ireenwood, 15. C.;
or to Ernest Kennedy and Co . Rossland, Ii. C
ver,   ll, C,    Agents  in  all   Bounditrv  towns.
Chas. D. ,1. Christie. Nelson, B, G
Frank   Bailey, manager.     Head
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A. Q. Hammer, Spokane. Wash.;.I. ,1. Banfield, Vancou-
room 4  Wallace-Miller  Block,   (ireenwood,   B.   C.

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