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The Greenwood Miner.
Published   Weekly.
Vol. III. No. 14.
Greenwood, B. C, April 6, 1901.
PER Year, S2.00.
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All seams allowed for. Up-
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in fit. The most reliable
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price���10 cents per copy
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Do You Ride
a hike ? If not you surely will when you Bee the
now 1901 model "Cleveland." It is a beauty ! We
have obtained the exclusive agency in the district for
American and Canadian .Manufacturers' Association,
and have selected the "Cleveland" as the best all
around wheel, and will carry a full stock of this manufacture, in both men's and women's. There are a
great many improvements over the 1900 model, and
they are conceded to be the best wheel made. If
however, you are in love with some other make, we
will obtain it for you. We will be pleased to have
 you call  and inspect	
The Cleveland
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Next week is Easter=week.j
Don't forget we have ordered some very choice
Turkeys,       Chickens,
Ducks and Geese
ALSO
White Fish,      Smelts,
Salmon and Halibut
i P. BURNS & CO.,   GREENWOOD, B. C.i
ANNUAL MEETING. is absolutely necessary, ifsuch an  insti-   sions will lie made to tin' system bo long
There was a lar^tTendance of bnBi. Ution as this  is to carry out the work  aa the provincial and dominion govern-
ness men   at  the annual  meeting  of legitimately lying before it and without  ments do not reserve too much of the
(ireenwood board.if trade held TI,ursdavwhicl,no  ,,otlrd "f  trade  cftn   '"'P'*'  '"   ,'��""tr-v ''"'   wllite  8��",ersl that travel-
prosper, ing in a private car is tin? best  way to
It is becoming more apparent to me gain a knowledge of the mineral re-
month by month and year after year sources of a district, and that a ('. P. B.
that the only way by which we here iu ��� otlieial can talk more and say less in an
(ireenwood can secure for ourselves, and hour than any other male of the human
for the district of which we an' the 8pecie8, While here the party inspected
center, that consideration from the gov- : Paul Johnson's fence and smelter. The
ernments both Provincial and Dominion fence was declared a work of art. The
to which we are entitled, is to bind our-! C. I'. R, are also strong on fences,
selves more closely together by the ties j foreigners and cheap labor. They visited
of self-interest,  or, in  other words,   let   the Boundary Falls  smelter, which   has
not yet been fenced; but just as soon us
the fence is in running order the smelter
will lie blown in. They went to Midway
and mingled with the hurrying throng
in that thriving city. Unfortunately
they with unable to visit Phoenix and
inspect the quarrying operations going
on there. They therefore did not have
an opportunity of pacing off tho "three-
mile tunnel" in the Knob Hill mine,
which has since been reduced to two
miles by the editor of the Phoenix
Pioneer. It might here he stated that
the editor of the Pioneer "stands pat"
on two miles, and will not reduce it one
foot even to satisfy I-',. Jacobs, who is
wedded to the villainous habit of "quot-
Statistics" iu order to back up his statements. The officials didn't say anything
about continuing the line west from
Midway, but of course it will be continued
RENDELL.
The owners of the townsite of Rendell
on the West Fork have secured their
title. A crown grant was issued the past
month, and the title has since been
registered in the registry ollice at Kamloops. Gaunce & Wickwire are the local
agents for the owners. A number of lots
have already been sold. A sawmill and
shinglemill are in operation nn the town-
site, Rendell is situated at the junction
of Beaver creek with the West Pork,
and has tributary to it the many mines
located along the Heaver. The price of
lots and other particulars are published
in an advertisement on another page of
this paper.
FOUNDRY   FOR   GREENWOOD.
For some months negotiations have
been in progress between C. Scott Galloway ami Wilkes, llrown ,y McKay, of
Vancouver, for the establishment of a
foundry in 1 ireeuwooil. This week the
final arrangements were made, aud the
necessary machinery will be shipped al
once from the const. The site lor the
doing a great deal of good for the districts I foundry, which was given by the ('.   P.
they represented. I!, and  the  (ireenwood   Townsil m-
The past six months has witnessed a [ pany, is about fifty yards from the rail-
decided improvement in the mining way station. It is expected that within
business anil all the  various  industries   two   months   the   foundry   will   be  in
evening, some twenty new members being added to the roll. Following are the
ollicers elected for the ensuing year:
president, (leo. R. Naden; vice-presi
dent, Ralph Smailes; secretary, W. (i.
Gaunce; council, W. H. Belt, Duncan
Mcintosh, 0. .1. McArthur, ,1. W. H.
Smythe, A. H. Sperry, H. C Shaw, 1".
J. Finucane and Duncan McRae
C. M.Crouse, of Midway, addressed
the board in reference to the co-operation of that body with the people of
Midway ir. an endeavor to have construction of Ooast-Kootenay railway
commenced this season. A delegation
composed of Duncan Mcintosh and H.
C. Shaw was appointed to act in conjunction with the people of Midway and,
if necessary, go to Victoria and interview
the government. Other matters were
taken up by the board, after which tbe
president and secretary read addresses
dealing with tbe work of the board tor
past year.
SECRETARY'S   REPORT.
To  the   President   and   Members,   of
(ireenwood Board of Trade:���
Sirs:���In accordance with requirements of the constitution and by-laws
governing our body, I- beg to submit
herewith a brief summary of the affairs
of the Board since my election as secretary on July "th last.
Upon assuming office I found the
affairs of the same iu a somewhat disjointed condition. A large amount
was due the late secretary on salary,
an overdrawn bank account existed,
and sundry bills were standing against
the board pressing for payment. The
situation was laid before the membership who came readily to the relief by
payment of arrearages for fees and
dues,and the secretary has the pleasure
to announce that every known account
against the board, except part of the
former secretary's salarv, has been
paid, the year's expenses met, and a
small balance on hand. For definite
particulars a detailed financial account
is herewith appended.
During my nine months of office
there have been four meetings of the
board and 16 meetings of the council.
An annual report of 5,000 copies was
published, of which 4,500 copies were
distributed in bulk through the British
Columbia agency at the Paris Expo-
sttisn, the agent general's office in
London, the Can idian Pacific railway,
and several of the large mining companies, and 111 copies mailed to individuals requesting the same.
The secretary has sent out 21b circulars and post cards, and  152  letters.
Interviews   have   been   held by the I incidental thereto, but   it   is  the  never j operation,
board and council on matters of public
interest with the Hon. Mr. Sifton, Hon.
Mr. Turner. Hon.  Mr.   McBride,   Hon.
Mr. Curtis.
The results of these interviews have
been duly reported from time   to  time.
The   financial  affairs   of   the board
have been audited by the  council and
the following statement found correct:
RECEIPTS,
ved from membership t
every man who has a stake in the city
or district become a live paying member
of the board of trade, then we can do
with one accord or say with one voice
that'which is, after due deliberation,
considered for the best. We are all intensely interested in the fight now going
on in connection with the Coast-Koot-
enay railway and I sincerely hope that
this hoard will keep before it that ipies-
tion and speak with no uncertain sound
on every occasion possible until the matter is finally settled.
You are aware that the associated
boards met for their annual convention
in this room five weeks since, on which
occasion tbe citizens took the opportunity of entertaining the delegates and at
the same time showing them, as far as
time would permit, the evidences of that
mineral wealth on which we hope in the
near future to build a city which shall
be second to none in the interior of
British Columbia. I think I am safe in
saying that the programme carried
through at that time has proved one of
the best advertisements the district has
ever had and one which will bear fruit
for a long time to come.
The most important event which has
happened since our last annual meeting
is the carrying to successful completion
of the smelter schemes, then in their initial stages. The British Columbia Copper company's plant is now running in
such a manner as to exceed the most
sanguine anticipations of its promoters
and designers. The Standard Pvritic
company's works are almost completed
and we confidently expect to see the
furnace blown in within the next few
weeks.
Your vice-president, Mr. Duncan Ross,
was appointed one of the delegatei by
the associated boards to proceed to Victoria to lay before the government the
decision arrived at by that body on the
various questions discussed by Ihem.
The government met them in the right
spirit, and the delegation  succeeded   in
Amount n1
and dues
Appropriation by government. White1
camp road
Balance from read fund subscription
!>or R.Wood
Balance fromdlnner,Bon, Mr. McBrli
DISBURSEMENTS,
Note in hunk re Wktie'e camp ron
Overdrawn accounl,Bankof Montrc
Entertainment Hon, Mr. Turner
Salary account,Gosnell, secretary
E, Jacobs
Expense account, E, Jacobs
Expense delegates Ass. Board, loot
Membership fee Ass. Benin, r��>i
Telegram* ..
Postage    ..    .
Printing reports and sundries
Salary Secretary Gaunce
stationery, secretary's office	
Balanceon hand
Respectfully
TENNIS   CLUB
The annual meeting of the (ireenwood
[ tennis club was held  on  Saturday,  the
30th  nil.  at   s  p.  in.      The   following
ollicers   were   elected   for   tl nsning
year:   president.   Paul  Johnson;  vice-
42:
1,001
varying opinion of those in charge of our
mines   and smelters that before the full j
measure of our success can   be  reached,
all the imported material  necessary fori
the carrying on of these industries must
he laid down at a   less   price   than   now
prevails.
One of the questions which the  board j presidents,   .1.   W.    II.    Smythe    and
will be asked to take up, if not   to-nlgllt [ Andrew Laidlaw : secretary-treasurer, .1.
at some near date, is that of tl re tax.   !'���   Myers-Gray;    committee,    Messrs.
The insidence of taxation on any Indus-  Strickland, Johnson, Bell    Coulter and
(try   is  a   matter  which   should   not   be   Chesterton.
lightly dealt with, and I   trust   that   be-:     The  subscription    for   the   year   wns
I fore any i elusion Ib arrived at by this   fixed  al  $5 fnr gentlemen and  if I   for
:���: o  board  that  the whole matter will  be  ladies.    Lady members to be allowed
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the  fullest
member.
iml no resolution present-  the use of the , -is i
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irnment which has not bad   I I'
ennslderatlon     bv    every   nesd
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lot up
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ubmltted,
W. (J. Oaunck,
Secretary.
RETIRING  PRESIDENT'S  AllllRESS.
To the Members of the (Ireenwood Hoard
of Trade:
Gentlemen. ��� Vour secretary (Mr.
Gaunce) having laid before you a synopsis of the work performed by tbe board
during the past year, it will be  for  you
In retiring from tbe presidency I have purpose .
to thank sincerly the hoard for the honor ' pravllion
confered on mein electing me president,  commiilei
and also lo thank ihe council for llieun-   laud,
failing courtesy  and   spirit   of   goodwill   son
and   harmony   which   has   prevailed   at
our meetings.
Hoping from this date the good  work-
will   go   on   with   renewed    vigor    and
energy, I am yours truly,
('. Scott Uai.'owav.
idrd lo give -i
raising  fundi
the   cllll.   gl
insisting of
l\ . Belt, F.  \. Holt
\    R,   Pooley   and
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oil nils,   and   a
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.1.   P.   Myers-
���       Ill.lke       the
C. P. R. OFFICIALS HERE.
(iray   were   appointed    to
n Bsury arrangement^.
The club grounds are beint! put in
first-class condition ami a number of
other improvements are being made,
and ii is expected thai the chili will
have a verv successful season.
A .number of C. P. H. officials arrived
in thecity Tuesday and left Wednesday
morning for the east. The party consisted of Win. Whyte, of Winnipeg, who
is on a tour of inspection of tbe Pacific
division. With him were I!. Marpole.
general   superintendent  of  ihe   Pacific
to determine  how far the council  has   division. Wm.   Dnvnio,  superintendent
ilumbi
full! I led the functions  of  such  a  body, of the  (
It is owing chiefly to the untiring ufforts number  of  otl.t
of your secretary that   the  council   met pleasure trip,    il
the number of times they have and any gentlemen thai
success we have met with is   principally tinue I"  run   pa
due to him.    I say this mon? especially entire system ; il
to point out the fact that   there  is still be continued nt o ratu that will leaven
lacking   on   the   part   of   our   leading doubt as tu the empany  being ablet
citizens that hearty cooperation  which I pay  the   usual  dividends; ihat  exten-  decorations.
mil   Western,   and   a
l'ciiI lemt ut   ou a
is conceded by these
ie C P. P. will con-
i-iijer trains over the
t freight charges will
He Kept His Leg.
Twelve years ago .1. W. Sullivan of
Hartford, Conn., scratched his leg with
a rusty wire. Inflammation and blood
poisoning set in. For two years he
suffered intensely. Then the best doctors urged amputation, "but." he
writes. ��� I used one bottle of Klectric
Hitters mhI 11��� boxes of Bueklen's Arnica Solve ai il im lee was sound and
well as ever." lor Kruptions, I c/.enu.
Tettei Sab Rheum. <ore- and al! blood
disorders, Klectric  P.ilters has   Im   rival
 irlli     Try   them.    .1. I.. White and
Miller Pros, will guarantee satisfaction
or refund money.    (inly "ill cents.
II P. Monroe has received s consignment "f Mowers for Faster bautjuots and THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
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THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.
BOOKS   EXPERTED.
Books experted, opened, balanced and
kept posted. Best systems devised.
Accountant, P. O. Box (10, Miner office.
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Capital, $8,000,000
HOD. GEO. A. COX, President.
Rest, $2,000,000    i
-   B. E. WALKER, General Manager.
J. H. PLCMMER, Ass't Gen. Manager.
j    J. VV. H. SMYTHE, MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH     I
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,1. I!. Brown. J. P. McLeod.
McLEOD & BROWN,
Barristers,  Solicitors,
Notaries Public,  Etc.
Naden-Flood block.  (Ireenwood,   B.  C.
E. JACOBS,
Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
GUESS BROS.,
MIHIHG EHGIHEERS, GREEHWOOD.
Assay, Analyses. Reports.
Cvanide Leaching.    Amalgamation
and Concentration Tests.
Greenwood Postoffice Mail
Service.
On and after Monday, October IS, mails will
arrive and   lie   dispatched  as  follows:     Mails
close for nil points east and west at 1:110 p. m.
ARRIVE. CLOSE.
Phoenix 1:80 p. in 1 ::to p, m.
A in 111I11 1:80 p, m 1:80 p. m.
iiendwonii man a, m s:siin. m.
THE    GREENWOOD
MINER.
in wood,
ay Friday evnnlng at Gr<
liritish Columbia,
J. W. GRIER Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
Domestic, One  Year 12.00
Six Months  11.00
Foreign, One Year I-.W
Payable Invariably in Advance.
Advertising rates furnished on application.
No patent medicine ads taken except at full
rates.
Legal notices 10 and a cents per line.
SATURDAY, APRIL
The meeting of
Thursday was the
time.   It  is to bi
the   board   of trade
largest held for some
which will  be considered at a special
meeting this week.
Mr. Finucane. in bringing the matter
to the attention of the council, stated
that the company were in a position to
build the tramway, but in order to
further benefit the town they were
negotiating along certain lines that
could not yet be made public, The new
agreement which Mr. Pringle would submit was more business like than the old.
Instead of asking for a guarantee of interest on $100,000 tbey were asking for
a !f.r)ll,UIIO bonus. The agreement also
stipulated that active work must begin
within thirty days of its passage and the
tramway completed within one year.
The council being anxious to study
the clauses of the agreement, the discussion thereof was deferred until a
special meeting.
Mr. Billings, of the Yale-Columbia
Lumber company, addressed the council
in reference to the improvements of
Boundary creek and it was finally decided that the city should pay half of
' the improvements.
By-laws were further considered.  Tbe
revenue by-law was reported complete
with amendments.  In the health by-law
j Alderman Ross introduced a clause stat-
j ine that "No laundry or person employ-
1 ed in a laundry shall sprinkle clothes in
the  process   of   wringing,   pressing   or
ironing by sprinkling or  spouting  from
the mouth," and the Sunday observance
by-law was amended by the insertion of
a clause that "No laundry shall  deliver
or take away clothes on   Sunday.''    The
by-law   defining   the   area    in    which
laundries may be established coming up,
! Alderman Ross held   that  it   would  be
valueless,   as   it    would    not     restrict
Chinese laundries in  any  way.    Alder-
Sullivan agreed with him. but suggested
1 that Alderman Koss was not living up to
his election promises.    Alderman   Ross
' wanted to know how this by-law  would
restrict Chinese laundries.    What was
wanted was a  vigorous  enforcement  of
the health  by-law.    He  moved  the six
month's hoist, which was carried.
Tlie old subject of ringing the city bell
for Sunday service was considered, but
on the motion to decide, a deadlock
again resulted.
MONEY   ORDERS.
A reduction of rates for money orders
Scientific Examination
of Your Eyes	
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.
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5      (Next to Hunter-Kendrick Co's. store)
I GREENWOOD, B. C.
I Rates: $1. and $1 50 Per Day.
5 Special Terms by Week or Month.
Honse Newly Furnished aad Refitted
Throughout.
ONLY  WHITE  l.AHOR   EMPLOYED.
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ASK    FOR
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Lager
Deer.
PATRONISE
HOME
[NDTJSTRY.
The Elkhorn  Lager   Beer    contains j
wily pure Malt and
Hops.   Try it I
It Is kept on
Draught or in Hot-
ties by all the Lead
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District.
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Cable Address   "Maori." Code   "Moreine k Heal.
Boundary Creek Loan and Mercantile
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THOMAS MILLER, Manager
.TO LET.
BUILDING Suitable for
Stores or offices.  Lot on
Copper  Street,   business
Centre.
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WeU Furnished Five-
Roomed House.
EASY TERMS OF
PAYMENT.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
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Confectionery.
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hoped that the board | has been made by the post-office departing now   passed   that   stage  where it is j nient.   Following are rates now in force: j
necessary to discuss questions  affecting ! I'p to $5 commission   3c.
the   business   interests of the city  at Over % 5 up to If 10 commission  6c |
hole-in-the-corner-meetings.    The  offl-  Over   10 up to    80.      commission 10c.
cerB elected  are  all  energetic  business i Over   111) up to    bO.       commission loe  j
men and have  the  confidence of all the   Over   50 up to     75.       commission 25c.
business interests of the city. | Over   75 up to   100,       commission 80c,
The rate to (Irent Britain and   foreign
countries remains the same as before.
Phoenix Pioneer: "The (Irand Forks
llazette thinks the (ireenwood Miner
has been 'seen' by the (,' P. R., be
cause the latter paper leans towards the
great Canadian corporation. This is
unkind."
The editor of  Ih-   Pio r  has  again
become exhausted in his endeavors to
"stand up for truth." The (iazettce
has not mentii 1 the Miner in connection with the railway controversy. The
Miner has always taken a definite stand
on public questions, whether right or
wrong Is a matter of individual opinion.
We believe that it will be onlv a lew
years before public opinion in Canada
will force the government to assume
control of the railways of tho country.
This is something that cannot be brought
about in the United States without a
general uprising of the people ami consequent national retrogression for a
time. The Canadian government can
control the C. P. K., but should the i
great American railway trust become
largely interested in Canada the nation-
alization of our railways would become J
a much more difficult problem than it is
at the present time. Coming from a
country where a large majority of the
editors are corporation chattels, the
Pioneer scribe can be excused for his
ignorance in reference to the integrity
of newspaper men of Canada.
CITY COUNCIL.
The (ireenwood and Phoenix Tramway
company have submitted a new agreement to the city. At the regular
meeting of the council Monday night
F. .1. Finucane addressed the council,
and Clive Pringle, solicitor of the company,   submitted   tbe   new   agreement
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Copper Street. Greenwood.
Meals at DAY OR
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Countless   thousands   have   found   a
blessing to the body   in l>r. King's New
Life Pills,   which   positively  cure  Constipation,    Sick    Headache,   Dizziness,
Jaundice, Malaria, Fever and  Ague and
all Liver and Stomach troubles.   Purely'
vegetable; never gripe or weaken. Only;
25c. at Miller   Bros,   and  .1.   I.. White's I
drug stores.
Piano for   rent.    OIC   Second   Hand
Greenwood
Cigar
Store
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS
.SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
DAWSON & CRADD0CK
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Private Dining Room for Ladies.
BEST MEALS. BEST SERVICE
WERNER *   PITTOCK, Proprietor..
DIRECT ROUTE	
UNEQUALLED SERVICE.
TO ALL POINTS
EAST
AND
WEST
The Pacific Cafe
Open Day and Night*
Steamship Service
FROM
VANCOUVER,
CAPE NOME,
ALASKA POINTS,
CHINA, JAPAN.
Through tickets to and from
England and the Continent.
For time tables, rates ant) full Information ap
ply to nearest local agent.
K. K. KEDPATH. Agent, (ireenwood.
s. Cartkh,
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K. J. COYLE,
A.Q. P. A.,
Certificate of Improvements Notice.
NELLIE   COTTEN   AND   MYSTIC   >
CLAIMS.
Situate in   the  Kettle river Mining
Division
In Green*
k inilivnil
of Yale District,    Where   loctttod-
wood oampi adjoining tlie Red Kn
claim.
Take notice that I, Sydney M. Johnson, us
agenl for James Sutherland, free miner's cert iii
CUte No. B20876, and II. .1. Cole, free miner's eer
tl flea to No. H8066, intend, sixty days from
the date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder f"r ,l certificate of improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining a crown grunt of the
above claim.
And further take notice that action under
section B7, must in* commenced before tho
issuance of such certificate of Improvements.
Dated at Greenwood. B, c, March 10, 1900.
11-9 SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.
Corporation of the City of Greenwood.
NOTICE is hereby given that a Court of Revision for the City of Greenwood will be held,
iu the city Hall Greenwood, B. ('., on the 23rd .
day of April, 1901. at the hour of 10 o'clock in
the forenoon, for the purpose of hearing complaints against the assessment as made for the
year 1901 by the Assessor, and for revising and
correcting the assessment roll for that year.
Complaints must be made in writing to the
City Clerk at least ten flays previous to the
dateof Court of Revision.
Dated this 12th tiny of March, 1901,
ii. B. TAYLOR, Citv Clerk.    |
. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT..
Shipments of Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables Received
Weekly    .    .    ......
GIBBON   &    MOSHER,   PROPS.     ^
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho part
nershlp heretofore subsisting between the
undersigned as Produce Merchants carrying on
business at Greenwood, B, C, under the name
and style of the Greenwood Produce Company
was dlscolved on the 1st day of March, 1901.
All accounts owing the said partnership aro
to be paid to James IL McNeil, who will continue the business, and and all debts owing by
the said partnership nre to be presented to the
said James H. McNeil by whom the same will
be paid.
Dated at (ireenwood, It. C, the 2nd dav of
March, A. P., 1901.
Witness: j   Gkohok H. Cropley.
J. R. brown.     i  Jambs h. McNeil.
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NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership
heretofore subsisting between R. M. McEntire,
Thomas McDonnell and James Kerr, carrying
ou business in the City of Greenwood, British
Columbia, as Real Pstate and Mining Brokers,
I under the firm name and style of McEntire,
I McDonnell A Co., has this day been dissolved.
! Dated at Greenwood, B. C. the 8th day of
I March, A. D. 1901.
I Witness: JAMES KERR
��� J.R. BROWN. THOS.  MCDONNELL ^
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THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
ROMANCE OF KNOB HILL.
Henry White, a veteran prospector
and miner, who has achieved fame and
fortune, is at the Allan on his way to
the Boundary. Mr. White, who now
resides in Spokane, has spent the past
winter in California. He was the
original locator of the Knob Hill, Old
Ironsides and Oity of Paris properties.
The big Phoenix mines were staked by
him on July 22, 1891, and on August 21
he located the City of Paris. Mr. White
prospected the Boundary at a period
long before Grand forks or Greenwood
had any existence. Mr. White had
some trying experiences in making his
way through an uninhabited country.
From what is now known as Deadwood
camp he crossed to Fourth of July creek
and, following a deer trail, ascended the
range forming the divide between that
stream and the North Fork of Kettle
river. He made his way through almost
insurmountable harriers and finally on
a warm day in July came across the
great surface showing which is now embraced in the Knob Hill and Old Ironsides. Then he knew that his search-
ings had been crowned with success. It
was all very well to realize that he had
a bonanza, but it was one that could
give him no immediete financial returns.
The region was then remote from transportation and the question of a railway
had not even been considered. Mr.
White, however, held on to his big
proposition until he interested Jay P.
Graves and at length his patience has
been rewarded.
His appreciation of the ultimate value
of his locations was in a measure due to
an early experience from which he had
profited. Fifteen years before he had
discovered the deposit now known as
the Homestake mine in the Black Hills
of South Dakota, but did not locate it
as he considered it too low grade for
profitable treatment. At that time the
nearest railway was 22fi miles distant,
and to reach the region the adventurous
prospector had to traverse a dangerous
Indian country. At all events the same
deposit was later located by inexperienced men who were laughed at for their
pains by experienced miners.���Kossland
Miner.
HETAL   PRODUCTION.
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A. F. <St A. M.
We have added to our painting
force Mr. Geo. I.. Fraliek. an
Kastern carriage painter, and are
now prepared to execute promptly
anil in a thorough and up-to-date
workman-like manner, all kinds
of House, Sign and Carriage
Painting.
Genuine English
Linseed Oil.
GREENWOOD LODGE No. '&>, A. F. & A. M.,
G. K. B. C. Regular Communication in Masonic
Temple, Government street, first Thursday in
each month.   Sojourning brethren invited.
C. SCOTT GALLOWAY, W. M.
M. E. MILLER, Set rotary.
W. P. OP M.
WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINERS-
Tho Greenwood Branch of the Federation
meets hereafter In Union hall, Silver street,
at'7:80   p.  m. every Saturday evening.
M. H, KANE, Secretary.
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K. OF P.
As to metal productions a world wide
scarcity of iron, which is so widely distributed, seems to be far distant, and
actual exhaustion cannot be forseen at
present. The deposits uf tin being very
limited, the supply of this metal will
presumably be the first to be exhausted.
Copper stands in a similar position to
iron since its loss through corrosion is
far less thai that occuring in the case of
iron. Zinc and lead will probably experience an increase in price, as the
most available deposits have been worked out. Both of these metals, besides
copper and tin, will be largely substituted by aluminum within the next fifty
years, while mercury and platinum will
be the two metals likely to be soonest
exhausted, no important discoveries of
new deposits having been made for many
years. On the other hand the supply of
gold and silver must necessarily appear
as almost inexhaustible, considering the
great number of modern chemical and
mechanical devices invented for their
production. The deposits of building
stone, clay and cement-making material
are also inexhaustib, but it is not difficult to see that the timber supply will
soon give out, and will be replaced in
part by cement, discrete and stone
structures. But, fortunately, it can be
reproduced and the forest again be made
to cover areas denuded of trees, (ireat
want in this respect seems to be retarded also by the great abundance of mahogany aud other hard woods in the
Philippines, where wood is not used for
house building except for floors ill the
better class of houses.
CROWS NEST SOUTHERN.
The settlement of the differences between the C. P. R. and the Crow's .Nest
Pass coal company removes the last obstacle which stood in the way
of the construction of tbe Crow's
Nest Southern railway. It has heen
known for some time that negotiations
looking to a settlement have been proceeding between the chief contending
parties to the controversy ; and the very-
fact that an arrangement of the kind
proposed was considered possible by the
0. P. R. ought to have made it apparent
to those newspapers which have been
creating such a howl in opposition to
the charter that the interests of the
people were not placed in jeopardy by
the proposed construction of the road���
that, in short, the fight was one solely
between rival corporations. ��� Nelson
Miner.
Job Couldn't Have Stood It
If he bad Itching Piles. They're terribly annoying; but Bucklen's Arnica
Salve will cure the worst case of piles
on earth. It has cured thousands. For
Injuries, Pains or Bodily Eruptions it's
tbe best salve in the world. Price 2oc.
a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by J. L.
White and Miller Bros.
Chemically Pure
White Lead.
GREENWOOD LODGE NO. 28, K. OF P., meets
every Wednesday evening at 7:!!i> in the Masonic ball. Greenwood.   Boionrntus brethren
cordially invited.   D. A. MACKENZIE, C. C.
A.S. KMBREE, K. R. 4 8.
Sash and Doors, I
USE MELLOR'S I
MIXED PAINTS I
(Mrs. Larkin
has taken charge of the rooms in the
AUDITORIUM,
where she will be prepared to look
after all her old customers and as
many new ones as she can entertain.
The rooms are well furnished and
comfortable; rates reasonable If
you need rooms, call and see her,
before taking elsewhere.    .    .
J.W.Mellor|
Times' Building, Copper St.       g.'
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GAUNCE   &  WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD. B.C.
LION BOTTLING WORKS,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS,
MH,ni^pre,r�� All Kinds of Carbonated Beverages,
sole Agents for THE LION BREWING CO., Rossland B. C.
The Largest Brewery in Hritish Columbia.
JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors.
Rendell...
Now Ready
Vou have waited patiently but your
reward is at hand.
Rendell, at the Junction of Beaver
creek and the West Fork ol' the Kettle
river, is now on the market.
The title is perfect, the owners having
received their crown grant.
The lots are all level, 25 feet x 100 feet.
The streets are So feet wide and no
cuts; alleys to all blocks, r6 feet wide.
The town is surrounded by excellent
mining properties. The roads from the
mines converge at Rendell.
The West Fork Railway will pass
through the townsite. This road is likely
to be constructed this coming summer.
Near the town are the following well
reputed claims: Rob Roy, Sallie, Hell,
Washington & Idaho, Bounty, Tiger,
King Solmon, Rambler, Wellington,
Springfield, Duncan, Etc., lite, to which
roads will be built this summer. The
richness of the mineral belt and its
proximity to the town guarantee Rendell's
future.
Robert Wood, the father of Greenwood,
who is part owner in the townsite and
heavily interested in the adjoining mineral
claims, prophesies Rendell the coming
town and metropolis of the West Fork
section.
Watch for special news about Rendell.
Price of lots���corners $100. to #175.;
inside lots $75. to $125.
Terms���'.t cash, '.; 4 months, '.; 9
months.
Prices will be advanced May 6th.
CiAUNCK iS: WlCKWIRK,
Townsite Agents for the owners,
(ireenwood and  Rendell.
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HAY, GRAIN AND PRODUCE I
OF ALL KINDS.
Reasonable Prices for Cash.
Bannerman Bros'. Warehouse, j*  Greenwood, B. G
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* A dry powder put up in 5 pound pakajjes and in
* 25 beautiful shades.
* When house cleaning be sure and use MURALI;   jjj
and show something for your work.
Easily    applied    and     won't    rub    off.
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PRETTY WALLPAPER
cost* no more than ugly paper���u
mutter of selection���und we
Belocte.l   right.    Our
INGRAINS
thin year BurpEaa  everything in
pattern.    Prices that suit
everybody.
SMITH   &   McRAE.
'Phone, V. .v. N. 34.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
Dr. Mathison, dentist, Naden Flood
block, Copper atreet
l��r. Simmons, dentist, Ucudell block,
Copper street, Greenwood.
[f you wish to save money, buy your
provisions al A. A. Crowstons.
Faster Sunday service will be held in
tlir Methodisl church at I! a. tn, ami
7:30 p. in.
(li nwood Minors' union will .rive a
lull in the Auditorium TucBday evening
next, 0th inst.   Tickets %\,
.lnlin>    Klirlii-li.    manager    in the
Boundary district for P.   Burns cv: Co.,
left on Wednesday for a six weeks' trip
smith.
('. Wilkie Mackenzie, of London, arrived in the city the past week, He
served in the South Africa war with the
St nit henna Horse.
I>. li. McLaren, Frank Coryell and
\V, Murray, who have been in the city
the past week on business, left fur
Carson Wednesday.
.1. A. .larvis. who has been at the
Mother Lode for the past six months,
left Wednesday for Red Deer, N. W. T.,
where he will engage in ranching.
Mrs. McArtliur, who has been visiting
during the winter with her son, ('. ,1.
McArtliur and her daughter, Mrs. .1. .1.
Caulfield, left on Wednesday's train for
Hutte, Mont.
The ladies of the Methodist church
will give an entertainment consisting of
pantomimes, march drills, vocal and instrumental music, etc., in the Auditor
iuni on tbe 10th inst. Wednesday evening next.
P. T. McCallum, census commissioner
for Boundary district, was in the city
this week arranging for the work of tak-
Ing the census. A. I). Hallett and D. ,1.
McDonald are the enumerators for
I ireenwood.
A. I.. White A Co.oftheO I ('secondhand store, have moved from (ireenwood street lo Copper, opposite A. II.
Sperry it Co, This was necessary in
order to give more room for their
increasing business.
Nell Unden, one of the owners of  tbe
Poland China, near Bolster, Wash., returned this week from southern California, where he had been all winter.
He leaves for Myers Creek next week to
develop bis properties there.
Monday night a number of their
friends called on Mr. and Mrs. F, A.
Millis, and presented them with a
beautifully hound copy of Shakespeare's
works, that oveniryj being the nineteenth anniversary of their wedding,
(in ihe i,old Bug group in  Deadwood
camp D, A. Holbrook   ha- I n working
three men all winter. Returns (nun
shipments to the   smelters   have   netted
the company about  $5,000.   The veins
with two  exceptions   are   small   but   of
high grade Recently a discoveay was
made on the St. Paul, when a ledge was
uncovered S feet in width which it is
claimed averaged $900 to the ton by
smelter test. The claim is situated
about half a mile west of the city limits.
A shaft has been sunk 17 feet on the
lend     There are 14 claims in the group.
Kicbard I'lewnian. of Rossland, managing director of the Winnipeg Mines,
limited, has published the following: "I
visited the Winnipeg on March 24th.
The winze from the 300-foot level was
then down SO feel, ami at thai depth
the solid ore reported a fortnight ago as
8 feet in width, had widened with the
increased depth lo 11 (eel I inches.
From St) feet downward Ihe width of the
vein can only be determined by cross-
cutting. We are sinking on the foot-
wall, where Ihe No. 1 north vein is expected to come in and join that being
sunk on, since it is unlikely that two independent and parallel ledges occur so
close to eaidi other. The winze on the
."ill-fool level, east of the dyke, is still
in ore."
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
I!. ('.���It. It. Kerr, .1. A. McLean,
Phoenix; Martin Burke, Nelson; II. ('.
Turner, Boundary Falls; C. Wilkie Mackenzie, \London; II. Epstein, Vancouver; Ed. L. Steves, Mrs. Andrews, Eholt;
Alex. Waddeli. R. A. Nicholson, Hock
Creek:.las. Stevenson, Deadwood: M.
Foran, T. J. Linshow, Butte: I. A. Dinsmore, (irand Forks.
Pacific.���Miss (iordner, ('. .1. Filchuff,
Miss Swiinson, Nelson; M. Reilev, West
Fork; Thus. Oxley, Phoenix: Klihn
Scot, Hannibal. Mo.: .1. W. Stout, Summit City ; ('has. (iarden, Camp McKinney; V.. R. Tuck, Wallace, Idaho; T.
Soinerville. Fairview : V. Coryell, (irand
Forks; I. Lufrantz, E. Steves, Eholt;
R. F. Whitman and son. Olympia, Wash.
Imperial.���W. II. Norris, Midway:
Thos. Kane, Northport ; Wm. Roshing-
ton, A. Brignall, Chas parsons, Vancouver; A. C. Mcl.achlan, Montreal; '.('has.
Winter, A. M. Boyd, .1. McLean, Camp
MeKinney ; Mrs. .I. A. Duffy. Phoenix;
Mrs. (leo. Dougherty, Deadwood; .1. A.
Munson, Midway; II. M. Fullerton, .1.
II. Poff, .1. .1. Southcolt, Victoria: W.
II. Campbell, Montreal: A. L. McEwen.
Chihuahua; D. Honally, San Francisco;
,1.1.. Doupe, Winnipeg; Miss Wilson,
W. B. Folk, Nelson. I'.. C. ; W. W'alling-
ton Armstrong, II. I''. Tilley. Toronto;
W. S. Torney, B. .1. Wilson. Eholt, B.C.;
W. W. Wood, Carmi : I. A. Dinsmore,
Grand Forks; E. C. Richards, Rossland
Professor  W. Payne  will give a hyp-1
uotic performances in tbe  Auditorium
tonight and  Monday  evening.    Nelson
and Rossland papers speak highly of the
the   entertainment   furnished   by   the I
professor in those places,
BANNERMAN BROS'. PRICE LIST.
..%
Apricots, per pound..
Butter, creamery	
Cream, small, Inc., '_' for	
Cream, large, per can 	
Fggs, fresh, per dozen 	
Flour. Hungarian, per sack   I.
. Flour, Gold Drop, per sack   1.
' Sugar, 13 pounds for   1.
Sugar, per sack
Corn. 7 cans for
I'eas. 7 cans for
Beans, 7 cans for    1
Tomatoes, 7 cans for	
Blue Berries, percan	
(ireen Cage Plumbs, per can
Lombard Plumbs, per can
Rears, per can
Syrup, quarts
Syrup, '_, gallon
Syrup, gallons
Corn, per case
l'eas, per case
Beans, per case  ...
Tomatoes, per casi
NOTICE   TO   CREDITORS.
 ������
j lx tho matter <>f the estate nf William Hoy
late of Boundary Falls, in tho County ni Yale
British Columhla, farmer, deceased.
Notico Is hereby given pursuant to the ��� r
visod Statutes of Hritish Columbia, 181 ;,
Chapter 187," that nil creditors mnl others having claims against dices! ate. nf tho said Wil] la in
liny, who died mi or aboul Un1 80th day nf
November, 1900, are required nn or before the
::i-i ilny nf May, 1001, to send to the undersigned,
the exeeutor named in the lasi will and testament of said deceased, their names, addresses
iiini descriptions and the full particulars of
their respective claims, duly verified by!
statutory declaration.
And further take notice, that after said Inst i
mentioned ditto, the said executor will proceed \
to distribute thu assets of the deceased among
tin1 parties on titled therein, having regacd only
in tho claims of which he shall then have |
notice, nnd that he will tint he liable fnr tho
siiiil assets, or nay pari thereof, In any person !
; or persons nf whose claims notice shall nut
have heen received hy him at Ihe time of said
distribution, K. W, Jakes, Executor,
People who are accustomed to smoking
the high grade, time honored brands of-
...fiavana Cigars
Find it a grievous disappointment when tbey 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 BY MAM.,
Telegraph or Telephone
Promptly Attended iii
Till',  HAVANA CIGAR  EMPORIUM
OF THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY. .
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager,
Clarendon Hotel Hloek,
GREENWOOD, B. C
British Columbia Wholesale Liquor Co.,
LIMITED.
R.   GREIGER, Manager.
Agents for Calgary and Pabst Beer.
Complete Line of Bar Supplies. Greenwood, B. C
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Strictly fresh ranch engs
Ihe Gem  Restaurant.
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NOTICE   OF   DISSOLUTION.
NOTICK is hereby given that tin- partnership
heretofore existing between Oharlos Unit uml ]
Axel QURtofson of tlie sum mil Hotel, Eholt, it. !
C, Is ihi- day dissolved by mutual consent.;
The said Charles Bolt will eontinue tho busi-
inoBsand collect til] bills due the Arm mid pay ;
nil business HabtlitioB of said firm up to th
first day of April. 1001.
Dated al Bholt, is. C��� this first day of  Apri
iuni.
Witness; CHARLES BOLT,
li. u McElmon, Axel Gtjstofson
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Surveys   now   being   made  and   lots  will
shortly be on the market.
Carmi City adjoins the group of mines of
which the Carmi is the center.
For Terms Communicate with
James Kerr, James C. Dale,
CARMI, B. O.
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| PRINTPAPER.DRAW- |
| ING INKS and PAPER, |
j FIELD BOOKS, ETC., 1
| and all materials suitable ||
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';! for  Engineers   and   Sur-
I veyors,  etc., can be pro-
:jj cured at Reasonable Prices If
I at J. L.COLES, jp ���* J- I I
A  Raging, Roaring Flood.
Washed down a telegraph line which
Chas. C. Ellis of Lisbon, la., bad to repair. " Standing waist deep in icy-
water," he writes, " pave me a terrible ;
colli am! cough. It grew worse daily.
Finally the best doctors in Oakland,
Neb., Sioux ('ity aud Omaha said I bad
Consumption and could not live. Then
I began using Dr. King's New Discovery
and was wholly cured by six bottles."
Positively guaranteed for Coughs, Colds
and ail Throat and Lung Troubles by ,
Miller Bros, and .1. . White. Price
50c. and $1.00,
A Grand Ball.
A (Irand Ball to be given in
aid of the funds of St. .hide's
church, will take   place  on
THURSDAY NEXT, APRIL 11
Al   8 ::ill p. in.   in   the   Masonic j
building,   Government   street.
Tickets, to include supper, may
be obtained of the ladles of the
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AIR COMPRESSORS, DRILLS. HOISTS, BOILERS, PUMPS, Etc.   | diamond D??.i
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THE IMPERIAL
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BEST APPOINTED HOI'SE IN THE CITY
Well Furnished Rooms. Best Brand of Liquors and Cigars
Cor. Copper and Deadwood Sts., Greenwood, B. C.
HiiiM or at the door, fj��
(iENTLEMEN, $1.50. LADIES, $1 IftM^rWrWrWMrvfvr^
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FURNITURE, CARPETS
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Linoleums
Upholstered Goods
Bedding, Etc.   Pictures and  Picture Frames.
Books, Stationery, Office
Supplies and Wall Paper.
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T. M. GULLEY & CO.,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
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