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 Published in the Interest of Princeton and Similkameen District,
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Vol. III.   No. 42.
PRINCETON, JAN. 24, j 1903.
OIL CONCENTRATION,
Results of Experiments on Ada
B. Ore.
Mr. C. Willarson, one of the owners of
the Ada B. claim on Copper Mountain,
has been having some tests made on the
ore from this property by H. Hyman
Claudet, of the Canadian Ore Concentration, Ltd., who is now located at Rossland for the purpose of testing the suitability of the Elmore process in treating
. the lower grade ores of Red Mountain.
Three tests were made from samples of
Ada B. ore assaying 3.98 per cent, copper, and carrying small gold and silver
values.
The first two samples were crushed tc
a 30 mesh and the extractions in all values were poor, the percentage of copper
saved in the first test being 53 per cent.,
and in the second test 60.7 per cent.
The third test was made on ore crushed to a 40 mesh, with improved results,
the recovery of copper values amounting
to 69 per cent.
The tailings were assayed for copper
carbonates and found to contain 0.95 per
cent. The loss in copper sulphides was
0.63 per cent.
Mr. Claudet states that ore from a
greater depth, where oxidization has
ceased, would give much better results,
the oil being unable to save the carbonates in the surface ore.
With the loss from carbonates eliminated, within 0.63 per cent, of the total
copper values would be saved, which
would be equivalent to an 86 per cent,
extraction.
- While Mr. Claudet says that the loss
during the test is too high, owing to his
plant not yet being in thorough working
order, and the oxidized condition of the
ore, he is satisfied that with ore from a
depth he will be able to show a high extraction, giving in practice a ratio of 1
ton of concentrates to 5 or 6 tons of ore.
WEATHER REPORT.
Princeton meteorological   readings for
week ending Jan 21,1903:
Thermometer The
Thursday,   Jan.   15— 25
Friday, "     16— 22
Saturday,       "      17— 28
Sunday, "      18— 23
Monday,        "      19— 28
Tuesday,       "     20— 29
Wednesday,  "     21— 36
Mean 27.28
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15-71
H. Hunter returned late last week
from "Kamloops, where he placed Johnson, the injured Swede, in the care of the
proper authorities.
HEADWAY AT HEDLEY
Work Progressing on Various
Projects of Nickel Plate Co.
Satisfactory progress is being made on
.the various enterprises of the Nickel
Plate Co. in Hedley camp, according to
,Mr. J. A. Munson, the well known contractor, who was a visitor to Princeton
yearly in the week.
\ Excavating for the foundation of the
"4o-stamp mill has been finished, and rap-
[id headway is being made on the inason-
Iry, which will be completed in a few
[week's time.
The timbers for the mill are now on
the ground.
Work on the tramway is going on
steadily, but it will require about three
month's time to complete it.
Mr. Munson states thatrhe has everything in preparation for the commencement of work on the flume which is to
convey water from Twenty Mile Creek to
the stamp mill.
Electric power will be used in operating the stamp mill, and the tram will be
partly run by electricity and partly by
gravity.
Freighters are now busy between Penticton and Hedley, bringing in machinery for the mill.
L. C. Barnes of Penticton, has the contract, which calls for between 600 and
^700 tons of freight.
V., V. & E. SURVEYORS, \
The Midway Dispatch says: "On
Wednesday the two survey parties, who
are locating the line for the V., V. & E.,
one of which was working from Curlew
towards Midway and the other from Roberts' ranch towards the same point, met
with their lines a-short distance south of |
the town, thus completing the location
of the line from Curlew to Midway and
on to a point about 12 miles west of here.
Yesterday the camp, that for some time
has been at Roberts' ranch was moved
farther west in the vicinity of Molson.
Jos. Wigmore announces his intention
.of re-organizing his minstrel troup in a
Short time, and giving entertainments
from Hedley City through to the Boundary country. Joe is a burnt cork artist
of no mean ability, and has a warm combination when he gets it together.
T. Hunter is busy hauling lumber from
his yard on Bromley Creek to Hedley
City.
Princeton people who attended the
dance at Jack Thynne's last week, report
having had an excellent time.
ON A STILL  HUNT
For a Nicola Candidate to Represent Government.
Reports regarding the actions of the
Premier and Prov. Sec. Mclnnes while at|
Nicola Lake, indicate that the govern-(|
ment is in hard straits for a candidate to]
oppose Semlin in this riding, and is tryf
ing to induce a Nicola man to come out!
The nomination is said to have been ofl
fered to H. D. G. Armytage of Coutlee.l
John Clapperton of Nicola Lake has also
been mentioned as a probable candidate.!
The Premier denied that there was any;
intention to have ex-Governor Dewdney
of the government.   *
„THE RAILWAY POLICY.
When Premier Prior, in the course of
that Vancouver interview, outlined the
government's policy, he either "jollied "
the Vancouver people with respect to the
railway question, or has some very peculiar ideas of the fitness of things, says the
Inland Sentinel. He stated that while
he would favor a land subsidy to the]
Great Northern, he would oppose givingil
any aid to a railway that would have its
terminus at Port Simpson, because that
would mean the building up of a rival
town to Vancouver and Victoria. Why
the government should object to seeing
other towns and cities spring up is incomprehensible. The duty of a government is not to any special part, but to the
whole ; and to threaten to throw obstacles in the way of the development of
one section because it may clash with
the interests of some other part, is worse
than childish. The men who seriously
hold such views and mean to carry them
into operation, are certainly not likely to
do any good to the Province. If Premier Prior means to favor the Canada Northern and to oppose the Grand Trunk
Pacific and the trans-Canadian lines, he
will find that he is at variance with the
people of the Province. Above all things
the government must be fair ; there must
be no unjust discrimination. The best
thing the government can do is to give
|i^®fi'dea of bonusing any of these lines.
By his own admission Col Prior anticipates their early construction, and, as
the only excuse for giving a subsidy is to
induce immediate building of a railway,
the necessity for  giving a   subsidy does
The Rocky Mountain Development
Co., which is boring for oil in Southern
Alberta, has reached 1,060 feet, with a
strong flow of oil. The company's capital is being increased to $500,000.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Brief News Notes of Princeton
and   Vicinity.
Mrs. Dunlop of Toronto, mother of
Mrs. Dr. Whillans of this place, came in
on last Saturday's stage on a visit to her
daughter.
Messrs. Green and Knight, who left
here for Aspen Grove a short time ago,
have engaged with the Portland Mining
Co., operating in that camp.
Mr. Carl Nelson, of  Nelson & McDer- j
mott, owning the Grand  Union hotel in
Hedley City, was up from that place  late
last week.
A very sad accident is reported to have
occurred recently near Keremeos. M.
Barcelo, Jr., of that place, was kicked in
the face by a horse and had his nose
broken and one eye totally destroyed.
Jas. Wallace of the Hotel Princeton,
has been suffering lately from a very severe cold, which kept him in bed for a
few days.
F. Revely and E. De Long of Hedley
City, came up from that place on Thursday last, and returned the following day.
They report business fair in all lines at
Hedley.
AS OTHERS SEE US.
The Star has received n
gratulations on the excellence of its
Xmas number from subscribers living at
a distance. Following are a few that we
reproduce from recent letters, at the risk
of being   accused   of tooting   our own
" I  must xongratulate you  upon the
splendid appearance of your Xmas number both from a typographical and   literary standpoint.   In   my estimation it is
the best edition of the paper ever issued,
and   the   splendid write   up   which you
have given the different  mining  camps
will be of inestimable value."
Another   subscriber writes as follows :
" Let me   congratulate you on the excellent appearance as to form   and  quality of the Xmas issue of the Star.   Your
articles are   consise, clear   and   forcibly
expressed."
An Ontario subscriber writes :
" Don't  let   my subscription   run out
without notifying me.   I would not like
to be without the   Star as the  information contained in your   little paper is of
great value to me."
The Grand Forks Sun says: "The
Similkameen Star issued a very handsome Christmas edition, containing a
beautiful half-tone bird's-eye yiew of the
city of Princeton.
 THE    SIMILKAMEEN    STAR
THE SIMILKAMEEN STAR mostrfitable'-andpr,ofitablerroads
are what men like Hill are after,-
not the building up of  a particular
Published weekly at city at the expense of others.
PRINCETON,  B.  C,
THE  PRINCETON  PUBLISHING CO
A. E. HOWSE,       -      MANAGES
SUBSCRIPTION B
Domestic, One Year,    ....
Foreign, One Year,	
Payable Invariably in Adve
will confer a favor on Uiis office by
receipt of their paper.
Advertising rates furnished on application.
Certificates of Improvement notices, $5 to $10
advertising.
All cheques to be made payable to
A. E. HOWSE.
WHAT HILL SAID.
, Under the heading, " Great
Northern in Hostile Role
Will Never Build Coast-Kootenay,"' the Vancouver Province of |
January 9th, prints a dispatch purporting to come from Ottawa, in
which it declared that Hill stated
definitely in.Spokane he would not
build from Midway to Vancouver
on any renewed charter of the V.,
V. & E. or otherwise, and that the
railway which he proposed to run
into the Similkameen from ' the
"south would simply be a branch to
carry more of the Canadian trade
back to Spokane:
It is amusing to note the tactics
resorted to by the C. P. R. to arouse opposition to Hill's road in
the coast cities and at the Dominion capital.
If the facts were known the
above quoted dispatch in all proba-
oility never saw Ottawa, but was
concocted in the editorial rooms of |
the Province office.
Whether emanating from Vancouver or going through the formality of being wired from Ottawa,
this precious "dispatch" is plainly
the work of a servant of the Canadian Pacific Railway Co , valid'as
such is entitled to" scant credence
by the public at large. Hijl^hgs;
good reasons -forwishing to....keep
his route from- Princeton .west-io
himself for a time, but he is" ?toor
shrewd a railway man not to" realize that only a through line would
satisfy the wants of this section.
He   also   knows it would   be   the
INCREASED INTEREST.
Evidences of a great increase of
interest in the Similkameen have
marked the past month since President Hill made the policy of the
Great Northern known regarding
this district.
There have been significant inquiries for real estate and mining
properties that show clearly many
outsiders are cognizant of the resources of this section and the future lying before it when once railway communication is given it,
A feature of the new interest felt
has also been shown in an unusua'
demand for sample copies of the
Star.
These " signs of the times "' show
plainly that the public generally
are convinced that the time for C.
P. R., Mackenzie & Mann, and
McLean Bros., "just going to
build" stories are past, and that in
spite of a rotten government and
scheming corporations that have
conspired in the past to hold this
great district back, we are at last'
going to emerge from the limbo to
which we were consigned, and will
take our rightful place in the ranks
of the best mineral producing sections of B. C.
The fact that relief is coming
from an American railway comp-
, is good proof of the fact that
the Americans know a good thing
hen they see it, which is more
than can be said of the C. P. R., if|
its policy in this portion of B. C
can be taken as an evidence of the
business acumen of its directors.
' ELMORE PROCESS.
The results of experiments with
the new Elmore process of oil concentration on the ore of the Ada B.
claim on Copper Mountain, which
publish on another page, is extremely interesting, being the first
test made by this much talked ofl
process on the ore of a Similkameen property. It is of great importance to this district that this
nethod should prove successful as
t will increase the profits in railing the immense copper deposits ofl
his section.
mm groves,
a. :r. coll., sc. r>.,
Civil and Mining Engineer
PROVINCIAL IAND SURVEYOR.
UNDERGROUND SURVEYS.
PRiNCET0N,.^!Jl!;/B. C.
NOTICE.
THIRTY days from date I intend  to apply t
-the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Wort
for a license to prospect for coal on the followin
- Andrunni
adjoining Quilchana.coal  basin to  the west, i
the Nicola Valley.
L C. HARTMAN, Locator.
JOHN CORBETT, Agent.
Located Sep. 22, 1902.
NOTICE.
THIRTY days from date  I  intend to  apply
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Wprf
for a license to prospect for coal on the following
described lands :—
Commencing at a post marked  No. 2, ai
joining Quilcana coal  basin to  the west, in the
Nicola Valley.
T. T. ENGER, Locator.
JOHN COJ	
Located Sep. 20, 1902.
NOTICE.
arked   No. 3, and ad-
H. R.  HARRIMON, Locator
JOHN CORBETT, Agent.    '
Located Sep. 24,  1902.
NOTICE.
THIRTY days from date I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissionsr of Lands and Works
licence to prospect for coal on the followii
HART
JOHN Ci	
Located Sep. 2?, 1902.
NOTICE.- I •
THIRTY days from date I intend to apply t<
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Work!
NOTICE.
1     the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a license to prospect for coal on the following
 ,o acres, and situated near  Lumbum  Lake
and adjoining the Quiichana  coal basin   to th.
GUST/ VE' PAHRSON Locator.
NOTICE.
THIRTY days from date I intend to apply tc
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
license to prospect for coal on the following
GEO. W. ALDOUS; Locat
T. C. BUDD, Agent,
ted this 6th day of Dec, 1902. M
NOTICE.
rchase 640 acres   <
cola Section of Yal
:orner post of L. 902
rath 160 chains, then
NOTICE.
NOTICE is herefly given that sixty days from
date I will make  application  to  the Chief
te 20 chains east of August  Carlson's southei
Located Dec. 24,1902.
-21 JAMES D'ARCY.
NOTICE.
"nthe  distiict of
B. Harris' south-.
west 40 chains, thence   south 160  c
40 chains to-point of commencemeu
Notice of Forfeiture.
reby notified 1hat
mderthe provisions of the. Mineral Act, and if
vithin ninety days from the date of this notice
rou fail or refuse to contribute your por propor-
ions of the above mentioned sum, which is now
lue; together with all costs of advertising, your
Notice   of Forfeiture.
)- ALEXANDER ALLAN, of Rossland, B. C.
'ake notice that after the publication hereof
:e each week for ninety days.'vou   fail   or re-
umbia, 1897, in respect of the Crack erjack and,
mis Hedlund, of Hedley City. Free Miner, wh<
is made the required expenditure. The am
mt due by you in respect of each of the saic
ineral claims, not including costs, is $56:66%.
Dated this 25th day of October. ,1902.
LOUIS HEDLUND.
NOTICE.
iflcate No.  B56489, free   Miner's,
No. B54414 intend, sixty days from thi
.,-for   myself,'
Free   Miner's.
.Certificate
cates of Improvements, for the phi-pose of obtain
' iga Crown Grant of the abovcclaims.
And further take notice that action, under sec
on 37, must be commenced before the issiianc<
"such Certificate "of Improvements. -
Dated this 12th day of December, 1002.
NOTICE.
uate in Olalla camp, Osoyoos Minim of Yale   District,
that I-, W. C. McDougall, Free Min-
.'S from the date hereof to apply to
id further take notice that action, under s
_ . 37> must be commenced before the issuar
of such -certificate of improvements.
Dated this 30th day of December, 1902.
W. C. McDOUGALL-
NOTICE.
:ent for J. M. Sharp, W. C.  McDougall and W.!
Brewer, Free Miner's Certificates Nos. B40058,"
_40073a-nd B40076respectively, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificates of Improvements,-for the
'purpose of obtaininga Crown Grant of the above
oESoch" XSsjtlficates of Improvements.
:ed this 8th day of December, 1902.
RICHARD   H. PARKINSON, P. L- i
XL
 THE    SIMILKAMEEN    STAR
am The Bonus Hunters.
Everything points to a lively
fighting time at the next session of
parliament over subsidies, and the
various applicants are evidently at
work perfecting their plans of at-
tack and defence and arranging
their allies. This all reads strange
in the light of the experience of the
country to the south of us in the
matter of giving away the puDlic
lands to build railways. The United States is our next door neighbor,
and the people of Canada are weli
informed as to the condition of
things working there, nearly as
much so as though it was theii
home government. We all knov
that the land bonus business has
been the curse of the country, and
to propose such a thing now would
create such a storm as to down any
party or individual proposing
Why should Canada commit the
same folly ? One transcontinental
line and several of its feeders were
built in Canada on the bonus prir
ciple, which would seem to be emit
sufficient. We are just beginnin
to realize the magnificent heritage
. we gave away.
Public sentiment is against this
whole business, and if representative government counts for anything the machinations of schemers
to get something for nothing'will
certainly fail of its purpose. We
are loth to believe that those high
in authority are tainted With corruption or with anything but a desire to subserve the public, still the
persistence with which certain magnates press their demands for public  gifts in the way of subsidies in
the face of a public remonstrance
would seem to lead to the belief
that they bold too close communion
with the powers that be. Time will
tell.—Rossland Miner.
What He Came For.
S. D. Faust, of Cleveland, while
on a visit to Philadelphia, a few
days ago, in company with a Phil-
adelphian, decided to go to At antic City. Before buying tickets the
Philadelphian proceeded to show
his guest the improvements along
Delaware avenue.
Sitting on the edge of- tl:e wharf
was a typical street arab, fishing.
Just as they were about to leive
they were startled by a splash, .and
discovered that the boy had tumbled overboard. After some trcu'le
he was drawn out.
" How did you cone to fall in?",
inquired Faust.
"Ah, gwan,." said the boy. "I
didn't come to fall in. I ccme to
fish."
One Method.
""I don't see what you all has to
git so proud about," said Miss Sadie Cottonball.
" Cohse you doesn'," answered
Miss Miami Brown. " I'se beef
studyin' de white folks. What you
wants to do is jes' put on de
yohse'fan' let de yuthah folks do
de guessin' 'bout whut de rea
is."—Washington Star.
Subscribe for the Star and get
the latest mining news—only $2:00
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President—R. H. PARKINSON.
Secretary-Treasurer—L. "W.   SHATFORD.
Lots are now on the market.    For terms and
prices, address the Secretary=Treasurer
L. W. SHATFORD,
Fairview,  B. C.
DRIARD HOTEL,
NICOLA LAKE,
The Hotel has been thoroughly renovated and refitted.
Everything First Class.
No pains spared to please the public.
Table supplied with best the market affords.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
TELEPHONE- BATH.
Headquarters for Princeton, Spence's Bridge and Kamloops
Stage Lines.
Subscribe for the STAR, ai"k^%^Tst
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U. A. SCHUBERT
£ HAS OPENED A BRANCH STORE AT
1     HEDLEY   CITY,
And begs to announce that he will carry everything  required  in a  Mining
Camp.    A Complete New Stock at Modern Prices.
A Car of N. W. Oats and a Car of Columbia Milling Company's
Flour just arrived at Penticton.
Shingles and Builders' Supplies always on hand.
J. A. SCHUBERT.
MURALO WALL FINISH.
This finish is more popular this year than
ever, and has won its popularity by its dura=
bility, pretty^nts, and the easy mode of mix=
ing and applying. Put up in 23 beautiful
shades and white. As your dealer for a
color card or send direct to
McLENNAN, McFEELY & Co., Ltd.,
Wholesale and Retail Hardware Merchants,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
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THE    SIMILKAMEEN    STAR
Copper authorities predict a rise
| in price to 13 or 14 cents. A difference of 1 cent per pQund means
$10,000,000 on the yearly output ofl
the world's mines, and $6,000,000
on the production of American
mines.
The prosperity of a country depends not on the abundance of its
revenues nor on the strength of its
fortifications, nor on the beauty of
its public buildings, but it consists
in the number of its cultivated citizens, its men of education, enlightenment and character ; here are tc
be found its true interest, its chief
strength, its real power.—Martin
Luther.
Geo. E. Robert, director of the
United States mint, has just completed his report upon the production of the precious metals of the
world for the calendar year 190
, According to the figures, Canada
ranks third from the top among the
gold producing ' countries. Her
output amounted to $24,128,500-
Surpassed only by the United States
and Australasia.
1 He—(tentatively)—What would
you say, dear, if I*should ask you
to marry me-?
She (thoughtfully)—What would
I say ?
He (hopefully)—Yes, dearest.
'She—I would say—I would
say—
He (eagerly)—Yes, dear. Go
on.    Go on.
She—I would say that Charlie
Brown had asked me three weeks
ago, and I had accepted him.—
Detroit Journal.
Servant—" Shall I put the master's pipes away in the cupboard,
mum, now that he's swore off
smoking? "
Mistress—"No, Jane, just ptt
them on the corner of his desk,
where he'll be able to find them tte
day after tomorrow."
.No matter how tight a girl's
shoes are she never likes to ack-
knowledge the corn.
Subscribe for the Star.
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Saddle Horses to All Points in the Simil-
Advertise in the " STAR."
Hotel Tulameen
The Largest and Most Homelike Hotel in Princeton is now
open for the travelling public.
Our bar is stocked with the
Best of Wines, Liquors and .
Cigars. Special efforts will be
made in the Cullinary Department, and tables will be furnished with the best the market
affords.
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GEO. W. ALDOUS, Prop,
 THE    SIMILKAMEEN    STAR
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Princeton's Leaini store I
A Large and Complete Stock of
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE-:
ALWAYS ON HAND.
HERE IS THE PLACE TO BUY
Groceries,  Hardware, Clothing:, Furnish*
ings, Boots and Shoes, Hats and
Caps, Flour and Feed.
I specialty is Mode oi catering to the Prospector's wants.
Lake of the Woods==The Best Flour in the
World, always carried in stock.
A. E. HOWSE.
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 THE    SIMILKAMEEN    STAR
rPKINCETOINI:-
British Columbia.
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Lotsfor
• • o aZ^cJLIw o • •
PRESENT PRICES OF
LOTS
From $2.00 to $10.
Per Front Foot.*^*£
Size of Lots 50x100
Ft. and 33x100 Ft.
Terms: 1-3 Cash;
Bal. 3 and 6 months,
with interest at 6 per
cent, per annum. S>
Government Head-
quarters for Hie Simiihomeen District.
BEAUTIFULLY SITUATED at the Forks of the Similkameen and Tulameen Rivers. The BUSINESS CENTRE for the following Mining Camps:— Copper Mountain
Kennedy Mountain, Friday, Boulder and Granite Creeks,
Summit, Roche River,  Upper Tulameen and Aspen  Grove^
FINE CLIMATE
and PURE WATER
ENORMOUS AGRICULTURAL AREA TO DRAW FROM
Send for Map and Price List to -*& <£ «£• «n& &
ERNEST  WATERMAN,
Resident Manager VERMILION   FORKS
MINING AND DEVELOPMENT CO.

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