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Array Published Semi-Weekly in the Interests^oe the Boundary Creek Mining District  Vol. V.  GREENWOOD, B. G; WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5   1899,  145  No. 41  .vwwWWViL  BUILDERS   OF  J9jrjr/trrmm..  ^^^^^^^^^s^^s&^&^^^s^-^^^^.^^i^h^i^^^^^^^i^^^^^^^^J^^^^^^^s^^  Contractors for tlie design and construction of complete Stamp Mills,, Concentration,  ; Chlorination, Cyanide and Smelter Equipnients./; ..  u  (J  d  .a  pi  o  C<  o  '���-'bO  G  ���B.  o  '*���:  O  O  co     *y  ��������    a  o  u  ,-pq-  J-t"  o  (L)  <  o  en  V)  o  CO  c8  03      ���>��  II;  o  u  o  uo  �����������������  * &  PQ  (0  ���  i  W  W  ���     o  o  &rv  a  SS  >  -5* P  ��� orq  ���< o  gg  H-h  O  3   ��JLv  >-t  O)    D40  rated  'Dre  td  <-t-  S--I8-  t/3  13-  o  crq   >-t  o  . *+-..  S^-*  ,,J-..  &��   *>-,  t-s  C H  rr  W. o    ���  f-i.  3"a".  JU .  >-t  ^  l-h  O  << c/a  >"t  ��� - p> ��� ���  ���<;  <n  Head Office and Works s  PBTBRB0R��, ��NT,  Branch Offices!  Vancouver, B. C; Rossland, B.C;,  And Greenwood* B.C. harry howson.  Agent.  aMise  Including, among other things,  Groceries, Cured Meats,  Flour, Builders Hardware,  Feed, Mining Supplies,  Hay, Oats, Bar Iron,  Vegetables, Mining Rails,  Fresh Eggs, .'.Fuse,  Fruits, Caps,  Purchasers are invited to inspect our stock and get our prices,  Powder,  Goodwin Candles,  Granite Candles,  Tubular Barrows,  Earthenware,  Glassware,  Crockery,  Rope,  Coil Chain, ���  Blacksmith's Coal,  Crowbars,      :. .  Anvils, Bellows,  Picks and Shovels,  Sheet Glass,  TEL  E. WEEKS & CO., Proprietors, Copper street, Greenwood.  Strictly First Class, Redecorated and Furnished, Heated with Hot Air, Lighted Throughout  with Acetylene Gas, The Favorite Hotel for Mining and Commercial Men,   ."  ONLY; THE   BEST : BRANDS   OF  CIGARS   AMD ; LIQUORS   KEPT.' IN   STOCK.  .' ,;''".-'   Hot "and Cold Baths and Hair .Dresser's Establishment on the Premises.  J.   J.   CAULFIELD : . .  ..Neil H. Lamont  -DEALERS IN-  ��/  ^i.i��L-iir\ hi   ��       i-aJTkl\KJ? u  STOVES AND TINWARE AND  BUILDERS*- MATERIAL,   PAINTS, OIL AND  GLASS  Goods Arriving Daily.   .One Car at Penticton, Two Cars at Marcus/One Car in Transit,  Reserve Your  Heavy Orders Until You Can See Our Goods  and Prices,  Copper Street, Three Doors Below the Bank of Montreal.  r^llttiUiUitiitti^  IS THE BEST HOTfil, IN GREENWOOD. A Now I)uildiii��-, well furiiishciJ. First-class  Service hi all departments. Clioice, Wines, Liciuurs and Cigars.:* IIi::icl(|uarters"f(jr MitihiK*  and Commercial Men.  Copper Street, Greenwood.  THE   CITY   COUNCIL.  Several By-Laws Considered at the Regular  <**���     Meeting.  The regular meeting- of the City  Council was held on Monday evening-.  Mayor Hardy presided, and Aid, Galloway, Sutherland, Cropley, and Cameron were present. ,,  John W. Cowan applied for the position of chief of police. The communication was received and filed. Robert  Hunter applied for the position of superintendent of the waterworks. His  communication was treated in a similar way. Guess Bros, applied for grade  stakes for their new building-, and for  water sufficient to drive a waterwheel  to be used in their sampling works.  The Council, decided that if water were  available for power purposes, the application of Guess Bros, would have first  consideration. Rendell & Co. wrote  stating that it would be impossible to  get access to their Government-street  building unless earth was removed  from the side so that a side entrance  might be secured.. The Council decided to remove the earth near the flume  to admit of a 12-foot entrance to the  side door of building. W. S. Keith,  assessor and collector, asked for S25 to  purchase supplies and stamps for his  office. The sum of $50 was voted to  the treasurer to cover this and other  petty cash  purposes.  Several accounts were referred to  the "Finance Committee. Other accounts reported by the committee were  ordered paid.  ' The Board of Health by-law was reconsidered, adopted, and finally passed.  The   Greenwood   City    Waterworks  Company   by-law   was   considered   in  committee of the whole.     Mr. Whiteside,  who  appeared; for the company,  submitted  the  schedule   of  prices   already published.   The figures he stated  were the same  as those  obtaining  in  Rossland and his company were not prepared to install the system at  a lower  schedule.     This, schedule, which fixes  a maximum rate of $1 per month for  a  16-candle  power  light  for  residences,  $1.50 per month   business   houses,   and  $150 per annum for each arc light, was  adopted.    The committee reported  the  by-law   complete,   with    amendments,  and   it  was  read  a  third  time.     Mr.  Whiteside asked on behalf of the  company that the term of lease be extended  to 20 years instead  of  10.     He  stated  that owing  to a very large expense in  installing the plant his clients couldn't  proceed with the work for a  less  term  of years.    The plant when installed is  estimated to  cost $43,000.     This  is   a  greater   cost   than   the company  first  anticipated.     Aid.  Sutherland moved,  and Aid. Galloway seconded, after considerable discussion, that the company  be granted 20 years.     This  concession  was granted unanimously.  The vote oil this by-law and the one  granting the right of way to the Columbia Telephone company will be  taken on April 17th. G. B. Taylor will  act as returning officer.  On motion of Alderman Galloway,  seconded by Alderman Cameiv.n, the  city solicitor was instructed to look  after the estate"'of., W. Fleming, a railway employee, who died recently in  the city.  Alderman Sutherland moved and  Alderman Galloway seconded that a  well be dug on Copper street and a  pump placed in same for the use of the  ^fe^  OF EVERY  DESCRIPTION.  Always on hand, a full line of  Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books,  Record Books, Memos, Diaries,  Hotel Registers, etc,  #    ��    0  j SMITH   &  McRAE,  [    Books, Stationeiy, Wallpaper, Notions  j and Fancy Goods,  i GREENWOOD,     B.O.  ^mmmmmmn!infnmfn!n?nmf!?f?!H!fnf!!mfHn!nHf!fn!?Hnf??ii!n!!nmf!!n?H!f!H!!fn^  ,'4��  .* 4* ty ##4- # 4 4* <& 4*&?  THE FIRST SHIPMENT OF f  AMERICAN  lis marc  For Spring and Summer Wear have arrived. We would be  pleased to have you  call, and inspect them  ���4--  4��-  '�������*��  4*'  J* Barrett Block, Copper Street. ���*  ���-F r      .   .    ���������-*-  GREENWOOD; ������'  4*  *���  ^  public. Aldermen Sutherland and  Cropley were appointed a committee to  look after this matter.  The council were not satisfied with  the specifications for water tank furnished by the city���. engineer. The  mayor and' Aldermen Cameron and  and Sutherland were appointed a committee to get the tank and foundation  completed with the least possible delay, and to award contract if deemed  necessary. Tenders for the construction of the tank were received from  Kenneth Macenzie, $1,175, and from  Meritz & McLeod. $1,650.  ��� The council decided to have250 copies  of board of health by-law printed for  distribution among householders.  GREENWOOD   AND " DISTRICT.  W. G. Gaunce has returned from a  business trip to Seattle.  Mr. Williams, of Trail, has opened a  dry goods store in the building lately  occupied by the Gem cigar store.  Geo. R. Naden; managing-director of  the Bealey Investment and Trust Company, left yesterday for Spokane.  C. hi Thomet is building a residence on the Elkhorn ground, where  he intends  living  during the summer.  An old man named James McDonald,  a native of Glengarry, died at the railway hospital last week, and was buried  in the new cemetery ground on Hall's  ranch.  C. W. Chesterton arrived from the  Rossland branch of the Bank of Montreal on Sunday1 to accept the position  of ledger-keeper in the Greenwood  branch-.  Messrs. Herbert and Guise are opening a general store at the mouth of the  West Fork. It is stated that several  Midway parties holding property there  will place a townsite on the market.  W. R. Courts has opened the Model  cafe in the basement of the'Naden-  Flood block. The cafe has been well  fitted up, and as' Mr. Courts is a well  known caterer, it is sure to have a  liberal patronage.  W. J. Suodgrrss & Sons will run a  daily stage between Greenwood and  Camp McKinney next week. Mr.  Snodgrass is away in Oregon purchasing, slock. If business justifies the  daily service will be extended to Penticton.  It is staled that the Butte in Wellington camp has again changed hands.  The Butte was owned by G. \V. Rtun-  berger, J. M. Taylor and others. They  bonded it last winter for a big figure  and now Messrs. Crane, Eoring . &  Oliver have acquired control.  Jay P. Graves, manager of the Knob  Hill and Old Ironsides Companies, and  Wm. Y. Williams, superintendent,  reached Green worn! to-day. Mr. Graves  will spend several days in the district,  and it is quite probable that he w.ill  definitely determine the site for his  snielter.  Prof. R. M. Moliius, tlie famous hypnotist, is in .'Greenwood and will give  three of his'celebrated hypmitic entertainments at ReudeM's hall, beginning  Wednesday evening. Me will produce  marvellous fe:.ts, in the line ������( catalepsy, teiop.thy, s.iuiiriint.u'isi::, etc.,  and states that !iis esi tertaiuuieiit will  be the most lu:igh..:.!e and enjoyable  ever produced here, *  .J  .ru,�� THE   BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES.  H.   HALLETT,  (��&nistev; Jlcfidf or,  ��� NOTARY    PUBLIC.  GREENWO'OD,   B.C.  JRINGLE  &  WHITESIDE  Barristers and Solicitors,  QtofariM Qjuajie, tic,  Barrett Block, 'Cower Street,  ������ CKKKNWfjon, ���. .  (px  EZ-ORBES   M.   KEKSY,  Assoc. Mem. Can. .Soc-.Civil Engineers,  )rotnndaf Ban's J��>urt?egot  AND CIVIL ENGINEER,  �� (Jtofarj! fjpuflfic ��� midway,   b. c,  CT    W.    GROl/ES,  C/y/7 <S- Mining Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor,  GREENWOOD,   li. C.  Mineral Claims Reported upon.  .Underground Surveys.  O.  A. GUESS, M.A.    . II.  A.  OUKSS,   M.A.  Guess Bros.  CHEMISTS. AND ENGINEERS.  Mining' Properties Examined and Reported on.    (Estab. 1895). ������'  . Greenwood, B. C.  CHARLES AE. SHAW;  Givil   Engineer.  ��omim'oit  orib (prcb'ncia?  finn6 gitirSegor.  GREENWOOD,       -        B.C.  'MOWAT �� PALMER,  Mining and Real Estate Brokers  GREENWOOD.  Real Estate and Mining Broker  'OrPICG   OVIiR   BANK   Of"   B. N. A.  GREENWOOD.  REAL ESTATE AND MINING  PROPERTIES. ',,''''  . . - THE MART. . .  GAU1SCE &" WICR.WIRE. Aee#S  Greenwood.  B.    PATON    &   CO..  Mining and ��� ��� ���  Real Estate Brokers  GREENWOOD,   B.C.'  J^    W. ROSS,  '���   MINING AND SHARE BROKER,  ..... ...COLUMBIA, B. C.  Boundary    anil    Camp    McKinney   properties  (riven especial attention.  w. s. KEITII, M. E.  I". V .KETCHUM.  KEITH & KETCHUM  GREENWOOD,   B. C.  Mining Properties Examined  AND    REPORTED   ON.  outtdarj? ��ree�� Ctme#  I'UHLISIIEB  SEMI-WEEKLY  HY  The Boundary Creek Printing & Publishing  Company, Limited.  Duncan Ross ; ...Editor.  W. J. HAiiiiiiR.: '. : Manag-er.  ADVERTISING RATES PER MONTH.  1 inch..'......:   2 inches    3 inches    4 inches-   6 inches .:   8 inches   ..? 2 SO '|  ..   3 SO  i  ..   4 SO  .... 5 SO  ..   7 SO  i  ..   9 SO  10 inches   11 SO  12 inches  '.  13 SO  IS. inches   16 00  20 inches   20 00  Address all communications to  The Times,  Greenwood, B.C  One-third off these  prices, if only one  insertion per'week  is contracted for.  Suusckii'Tio.v, ?2.00 pijK Year, in Advance.  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1899.  THE KETTLE RIVER RAILWAY.  A competing- line may be a g-ood  thing-, for the residents of the Boundary Creek district, and for this reason  we have not felt inclined to oppose it,  but the farmers of Okanag-an will find  that they will, by it, be broug-ht into  competition with the much larg-er area  of agricultural land south of the line,  where ruinous prices in farm produce  have for the past lew years prevailed.���  Vernon News.  The sentiment expressed by the  News is a highly patriotic one. Other  newspapers and residents of other  parts of the province oppose the Corbin charter because, while a competing line may be a g-ood thing- for the  residents of Boundary Creek district,  they cannot see how it will benefit  themselves or the particular locality in  which they live. The News, while it  proclaims its neutrality, sug-gests an  objection to the charter. It fears that  the farmers of Okanag-an may be  broug-ht into competition with the  much larg-er area of agricultural land  south of the line. If the News will  give the matter a little more serious  consideration, we think it will find  that competition will come without regard to the- corn-traction of any particular railway. While we haveyery  little sympathy with those who fe.:r  competition, we   think   their  safety is  found in the customs, not in the absence of special transportation facilities. .Let us suppose that the Corbin  charter is denied and that Boundary  Creek is developed despite the fact.  Wijl the farmers of Okanayan still be  safe from competition ? The Washington produce will find its way 'here so  long- as it cannot be consumed at home,  if there be a market and the customs  duties do not make the net price lower  than that which can be procured elsewhere. The Canadian Pacific Railway company.,' that now discusses  trade matters from the high plane of  protection to Canadian interest will  accept all the American produce that,  is offered, and, in order to foster the  trade will make special rates if necessary. The Canadian Pacific Railway  company is in the transportation business and is going- to take all the business that offers.  From the standpoint of the Canadian farmer, we think that the argument advanced by Frank Oliver, M. P.  for Alberta, the more sensible one.  He advocated the granting- of the  Corbin charter, the granting- of every  facility that the Boundary Creek district .niig-ht be proporly developed,  that it might have a large' and prosperous population. This population  woitld make a market for the produce  of the Northwest and Okanagan and  elsewhere. The first thing is to get  the market; the question of competition can be regulated afterwards.  THE WATER SUPPLY.  The usual and most convenient  method of securing water in Greenwood is by patronizing the water carts.  These carts pass from place to place,  and water can be secured at a reasonable rate. In the absence of waterworks the plan is all right from a convenient point of view, and probably  because it is convenient, the consumers  are not anxious to enquire regarding  the source. The matter is a very  serious one, because water has an ugly  habit of absorbing and retaining impurities of various descriptions. The  water men drive their carts into  Boundary creek just above the bridge  at Greenwood street. Situated on both  sides bt the river, immediately above  this watering place are a number of  houses. No good can be accomplished  by dwelling upon the details of the  impurities which find their way into  the waters of Boundary creek before  they find temporary resting place in  the waterman's cart. Then the cutting of the channel for Boundary  creek has disturbed decayed and decaying- vegetable matter, all of which  finds its way into the stream and is  carried into and past- the spot where  the waterman fills his cart. The  remedy is a simple one. The board of  health must assert itself. The watermen must be forced to go above the  yalle3' to secure water. The distance  is a little farther,' but the health of the  people should be the first consideration.  MODEL    CAFE,  W. R. Courts, Prop.  A New Restaurant in the Flood-Naden-  Block, Run on the  LIVE AND LET LIVE PLAN  Our Tea, Coffee or Cocoa is  Always Fresh and Well Made  Mining,   Stock,  and Real Estate  Exchange., , , *.  Temporary OfTi.ce ;  'Government Street, Opp. Post Office,  GREENWOOD,  B.C.  *VS     i'!i     i'.'J     ��V4     ��'.'��  'a*      tn.       v^      -Th*      ���?#  Our Mr. HALL will reach Greenwood  about 15th March, and we will be prepared to buy or bond claims of undoubted merit. Having a large development company behind us, can handle  anything. Parties having- claims for  sale kindly call on us, and give full  particulars. Would be glad to get any  information from parties familiar with  location of unsurveyed claims. Expect  to go to press very soon, and wish to  have correct location of every claim in  every camp for our Boundary Creek  Pamphlet. City property for sale; call  for particulars.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF GREENWOOD  COURT   OF   REVISION.  NOTICE is hereby jfiven that the Court nf  Revisionfor the purpose of hearing-, all  complaints against the assessment for the year  1899, as made by the Assessor of the city of  Greenwood, will be held at the Court House,  Greenwood, on  THURSDAY. 27th APRIL, 1899, AT 10 A.M.  Cily Clerk's Oflice, G. B.   TAYLOR,  March 13ih, 1S99. c, M. c  (gt<xl Bst&tt Anb (Seining Q^vofiere,  Financial & Insurance Agents  GEO.   R.   NADEN,   Manager.  THE PIONEER HOTEL  Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B,C,  --'.<=���     *%     .���>."-  -'A- 3F 5fp  We are prepared to welcome Guests and provide good accommodation.  Headquarters for Mining- Men.        Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars  A Comfortable Sample Room.     Heated-by Hot Air.  J, W, NELSON  Proprietor,  I ADVANCES OF CURED MEATS.        *  *4��  ��� ~        ... ;        - , ���   ,������     ���"������ ',*  .Owing  to   expensive   hauling,   we are   ***  '���'.���' .?*  compelled to make a slight advance on   ��J��  our price of Hams and Bacon!  P.   BURNS   <&   CO.  *5-  Head Office for Boundary CrecR division at GREENWOOD.  Shops at Cascade, Grand Forks, Niagara, Greenwood and Midway.  THE   PALAOE   LIVERY   STABLE.  IN   THE  BOUNDARY   CREEK   DISTRICT.  Extra Well Fitted for Long Drives,   Saddle Horses  and Pack  Ponies,   Feed Barn,   Hay and  Oats For Sale,  A. W. ROBINS   -  -   -   PROPRIETOR.  CORYELL'S MAP, Price $1.25.  Kcrby's Map of Wellington Camp, $1.00  A fine line of  Pipes,   Cigars/  Tobacco    fti-lncTWflPP.iVf  and Pouches  J. A. UNSWORTH,  sV��     d&     i'��     Jife    J&    *V&     iVi      ilfe      iVt  �����r      -/����      �����"(?      �����?     =3)8*     llf      1,'f      ?S?      %5  Tlios. McDonnell.           R. M. M cEntir  McDonnell s McEntire,  Mines and.  Real Estate  GREENWOOD   and   CAMP McKINNEY  *V4     aSte     ��fe     A>4    i!i    ��V     $i     i%     ^Ji  ?i"     ���*���     ���*     ���**    ?p    %=���     3JS     5S*     W  Druggist  ��� / y  Midway.  oo  <a  u  3.a  O i;  ^  6^:-  6  c*  ***3  m  o5  ���a  <s c  5 ����  c  ^��  ���  ...  (X  ���  ea  S��5  R  l^t   ^ ^ '  rt  S -s  O  O  if   3��.  <3  >  rt S  B  s a;  a  (J ^  rt -a  X  <^..  W  a>  ?S  ��  &*  CiJ  o-g  fc  (-0  Miller,  MERCHANT TAILOR  GREENWOOD CITV, B.C.  *3>"  Perfect fit quaranteed.  NOTICE  MTEBO hereby (fives notice that he will  ,    not  be  responsible for any.debts contracted bv R. Poiie��-in at the Eholt hotel.  Dated ftarch 20th, 18W.  MINERAL  ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  NUGGET. GOLD DROP Fraction and PHII,-  LIPSBURG Fraction mineral claims, situ-  in the Kettle River Mining- division of Yale  district. Where located: In Greenwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac Hallett, as  ag-ent for Frederick Colleton Innes, free '  miner's certificate No, 16378 A, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to tlie Mining- Recorder for certificates of improvements,  for tlie purpose of obtaining- Crown grants  of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificates of improvements.  Dated this 41D day of March, 1S'J9, 23-3  W -.88  W    Shannon   Files,    jf  |5        Letter  Clips,  I Stick Files.  || t> i> r> j  I World Almanack,-'99.  �� Chicago News ' " ' 99.  | Canadian " '99.  I      Tocket Diaries,      ��  lu.��no,S  i? Copper Street. 9?  85     ' k  Estahlisiikd 1862.  Furniture  Carpets  Linoleums  Cork Carpet  Curtains  Wallpaper  Complete House Furnishings.  A   large   stock   of   Fine   and   Medium  Priced Goods in above lines.  Send for Samples and Prices���free.  i.�� g <#�� ��� W^-��0fr����.����*t������.> t ��c>�� ^mg�� B H  ill  THE   CANADIAN  Head Office %J> TOROnTO.  Established 1867.  Paid/up Capital * * $6,000,000.  [Six Million Dollars.]  Rest....:    $1,000,000.  PRESIDENT.  HON.   GEO.   A.   COX.  13. E. WAr.KEK, J.   H, rlOMMER,  General Manager.     Asst. General Manager.  This Bank has the larg-est number of  Branches of any Bank in Canada, with  Ag-encies at New York, Chicag-o, New-  Orleans, Skag-way and Dawson City.  Accountsof Corporations, Merchants,  and Individuals received on favorable  ; terms.   ��� .  - Drafts,.Commercial Credits, Travellers' Credits, and Circular Notes issued  available in any part of the World.  Approved   Notes   Discounted,    Collections made.  A g-eneral  Banking-  business   transacted.  Greenwood Branch.,,,  D.  A.  CAMERON, ,;.-.1  Manager.  Camp McKinney Hotel,  HUGH CAMERON, Proprietor.  ������   ff=o^Ci  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cig-ars.  Good   Stabling.  ank of Montreal  Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000.  Rest...-:       .....$6;0O0',0.0.O;  v   President:  Lokd Stkath'cona and Mount Royai..  Vice-President:  ���Hon. George A. Drujimond.  General Manag-cr...:. E. S. Clouston.  i ''.'��� ".       ;���   #''.*..*   ,; ~';    * :-:;  Branches in London (England),  New York, Chicago,  And in the principal cities in Canada.  .���'���'#���'# ���"'���'���  Buy and Sell Sterling- Exchange and  Cable Transfers;   Grant Commercial  and Travellers'  Credits,  available  in"  any part of the World.  Drafts issued,  Collections made, ,etc.  Greenwood Branch/  F. J.  FINUCANE, Manager.  THE   BANK   OF  Established in 1836.  Incorporated b}- Royal Charter.  Paid-up Capital i $4,866,666.  Reserve Fund     ..$1,460,000.  London Office :  3  Clement's  Lane,  Lombard   Street, E.C.  Court of Directors :  J. H. Brodie, John James Cater, Gaspard Far-  rer, Richard H. Glvn, Henrv I. R. Farrer, Ed.  Arthur Uoare, H. J. B.  Kendall, J. J. Kings-  ford, Fred. Lubbock, Georg-e D. Whatman.  Secretary���A. G. Wallis.  Head oflice in Canadc : St James-st., Montreal  II. Stikeman, g-cneral manaffer.  J. Elmsley, inspector.   ife  ;  ���*  Branches in Canada :  Loudon, Brantford, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, King-ston, Quebec, St. John N.B.,  Brandon, Winnipeg-, Frederictou N.B., Halifax  Victoria, Vancouver, Rossland, Kaslo, Trail,  Ashcroft ; Dawson City, Klondike, N.W.T.,  and Greenwood. B.C.  Agents in the United States :  Spokane���Traders'National Bank, and Old  National Bank. New York���(52 Wall-street)  W. Lawson and J. C. Welsh, auents. San  Francisco���(124 Sansome-street) H. J. McMichael and J. R. Ambrose, ag-euts.  London Bankers:  The Bank of England and  Messrs. Glyn & Co..  Foreign Agents :  Liverpool���Bank of Liverpool. Australia��� .  Union Bank of Australia. New Zealand���Un;.  ion Bank of Australia; Bank of New Zealand.  India, China and Japan���Chartered Mercantile  Bank of India, Loudon and China, Agra Bank.  West Indies���Colonial Bank. Paris^���Marcuard.  Krauss & Co.   Lyons���Credit Lyonnais.  F. T. SHORT, Manager. Greenwood, B.C.  ^iililiiililUiUlliiiUUlliiliilK  1R. F. Coates & Co. I  H Contractors      g  1     And Builders p  rrS Greenwood,  B.C. ��^  3 *   *   * ��=  ^g   Store Fronts & Fixtures a Specialty   gr~  I t V?  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  THE   REDISTRIBUTION   BILL.  An   Ottawa" correspondent   -writes:  The two measures   that  are  g-oing-  to  consume the most time   will   be the redistribution bill and the senate reform  resolution.    The policy of  the government on   both  of these matters was  clearly outlined by the  premier  in his  splendid   speech on  the address.    Sir  Wilfrid's remarks thereon  may be ap-  .,  propriately    quoted    here:    He,    Sir  Charles   Tupper,  condemns  it   in advance because to him, I regret to say,  and to his'party   the  word  redistribution means gerrymander.    There is a'  sinister importance in  the very word.  He said we wanted to play with loaded  dice.    No;  our effort is  to  unload the  dice.    Who loaded the dice, I, want to  know ?   Who loaded the dice with the  infamous franchise  act?    Who loaded  the dice with the  still  more infamous  redistribution  bill ?    Who carved  the  Province of Ontario  into  monuments  of .shapeless deformity;   shapeless, deformity   to   the   eye,   and    of   even  greater deformity to  every  instinct of  right and justice ? Sir, the honorable  g-entleman asked  me yesterday where  was our constitutional  power to pass  the   act   we   propose.    I   answer,  the  constitutional  power of the house of  commons to undo every  wrong, and to  give justice to those who have suffered  wrong-. , We do not propose, assuredly,  to increase the number of members of  the house, but it is our aim and purpose   to   undo   the   g-reat wrong, the  supreme   injustice,   which   was   done  against the liberties  of the people in'  1882;    Let me   say   to   the honorable  gentleman that I should be ashamed of  myself if we were to follow in the path  troddenvby himself   and  his  friends.  We   do   not   want   any   loaded   dice.  What we want is to have ' fair play for  them as well as for  us.    We are  here  in the consciousness  of our strength,.;  and so help me God, I. think we  shall  .have that strength in the hearts of the  people, but never by  such  methods as  were   resorted   to   by    the   honorable  gentleman. <s  GREAT   NORTHERN   SURVEYS.  Spokesman-Review : In  the last few  days  there passed  through  the local  Great    Northern    railway  offices,   receipts and vouchers  for  the  expenses .  contracted   by  the surveying parties.  under Alexander M..I<upfer,   in  conducting-their surveys now  in progress  in the vicinity of the  San  Poil valley.  It  is   Mr.   L/iipfer   who   has' general  charge of the parties that went in from  Republic and from Wilbur.   The Great,  Northern has persistently  denied that .  it ,has  any connection with  the surveyors.    The  presence of the vouchers in the Great  Northern offices  and  the further fact that they were paid by  the Great Northern  indicate that the  men  have some  connection  with the  company.  The receipts and vouchers show that  the several 'parties have been over a  wide range of country between the  San Poil country and the mouth of the  Spokane river. They have covered all  possible routes by which a railroad  could be built to Republic, and make  connections into Spokane by way of  the Spokane Falls and Northern, or  directly froni the west.  There are many things that are being considered by the Great Northern  in its desire to build to Republic. Their  consideration has caused Resident En-  gineer Edwards to ��� go to St. Paul to  join Assistant General Superintendent  Shields there in consultation with  President Hill.  Mr. Hill is strongly in favor of making the line as short as possible. The  shortest route would be from the S. F.  & N. at some point in Stevens county,  probably in the vicinity of Marble  siding, westward to Republic. This  would tap the Pierre's lake and Flat  creek mining districts en route. The  difficulty is the engineers have not yet  been able to locate a route this way  that is free from steep grades and expensive building. They may do so  yet, however.  On the other hand, it appears that if  the Great Northern does not use the  San Poil route some one else will, and  will thus cut. into the business that  would otherwise belong- exclusively to  the Great Northern. Further, Mr. Hill  is favorable always to water grades  and on the San Poil he has them.  Up to date it is a toss up which route  will be selected. No one, not even 'the  engineers, know. Soon the matter will  be decided, and then it is confidently  expected dirt will commence to fly.  The movements of the. surveyors in  the last few days would indicate that  should the San Poil route be used the  line will probably follow the valley of  the Columbia eastward from the mouth  of the San Poil to the mouth of the  Spokane, thus tapping several mining  districts and giving easy grades. From  the mouth of the river it is 24 miles by  VICTORIA, B. C.  LONDON, ENG.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  TURNER, BE ETON  <&   GO.  WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS,   SHIPPERS   AND  IMPORTERS.  KOOTENAY   BRANCH    >    v?  ,'���'��������� r   NELSON/ B, C,  LIQUORS,  Tobaccos,  Boots,  ���WRITE   FOB   CATALOGUE.  CIGARS,  Carpets,  Tents,  DRY GOODS,  China Matting,  Ore Bags,  is.iUi.uii.UMM  Head Oflice and Works at  .  Belleville, Ont.  Branch Office and Works at  Trail, B.C.  ���MIN  MACHINERY  ��$> *$��� <$��� 4* *#���"*$* *$*- 4" **?-> -f9 # *$> ���$��� 4* ^^fy^fyfyfyfyfyfyfytyfyfy'fy'fy'fy'fy  THE. (UlAG  (lUACHINE  ��o,, Limited,  Manufacturers of  Air Compressors,  Rock  Drills, Hoisting and Stationary Engines, Boilers,  Ore Trucks, Ore Cars, Ore Buckets, etc,  Agents for Kriowles Steam Pump Works,  Our  Shops  at  Trail are most  complete,  consequently  we  are  in   a position .to handle  all  kinds of Repairs.    If you are troubled with your Drills freezing, or wish to  save money buying repairs, then  USE   OURS.  jfflnmmfmmnmmffimf??^  ; wagon road to Davenport. This line  would be the, shortest that could be de-  devised to reach Davenport.   ,  In railroad circles it is the general  opinion that the recent sale of the Republic mine to Toronto capital, with  the probability attendant thereupon  that a great deal of capital will flow  into the camp, had much to do with  Mr. Hill's, determination to get a line  into Republic.  CORYELL'S: MAP, Pncc $1.257  Kcrby's Map of Wellington Camp, $1.00  A fine line of  Pipes,   Cigars,\  Tobacco  & just Received.  and Pouches /  J. A. UNSWORTH,  Druggist'--Midway.  MERCHANTS OF  And adjoining camps, who run  temporarily out of stock and  need supplies at a day's notice,  can secure the same at strictly  competitive rates from the B. C.  '.'..'   Tel. Main 172;   11-12 Ziegler Block.  SPOKANE   <WASM.  We Buy   and  Sell   Boundary   Creek   and  Republic  Stocks  and  Claims,  The Presbyterian Church, Greenwood  Thos. Oswald,  Ordained Missionary.  Services held  in Rendell & Co's Hall  . every Sabbath evening at 7:30.  Sabbath School and Bible Class every  Sabbath afternoon at 3:30.  The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper  is dispensed on the last Sabbath of  January, April, July and October.  ���a5  VISITORS   IN  TOWN  CORDIALLY INVITED.  ���   Afl A re Welcome.   Seats Free.  Save Money by purchasing your Ticket direct  from Greenwood to points on the Coast or East.  OCEAN    TO     OCEAN  Without change of Cars, via  The Best Flour on the market.  Our Flour swept everything at the  New Westminster Exhibition and we  took the " blue ribbon." The wheat  from which our flour is manufactured  carried off first honors as well.  Okanagan Flour Mills Co. Ltd.  ARMSTRONG,    B. C.  Ltd., of Cascade. We carry  everything usually found in a  large general store, and many  items not expected in such  places. We have a large  quantity of  Nails and House Fittings  HARDWARE, ALL VARIETIES  A wide range of Groceries and  a big selection of Dry Goods,  Boots, Dress Materials, Silks,  etc., together with Drugs,  Stationery and Prospectors'  Supplies.     Phone   us.    B.   C.  Mercantile and Mining Syndicate, Lid.  CASCADE, B. C.  LOST   OR   STOLEN.  STOLEN  from   Greenwood  on   W^ne.-day  moruiug, a  blade  antj white  fo     .errief,  with tan marks on  the head, and  a scar over  tlie  rig-lit  eye.   Answers to tlie name of Patsy.  Five dollars will be paid for his return to  J-4 MRS, SHONgUEST, Greenwood.  And S00 PACIFIC LINE  Solid vestibule trains, consisting of palace  sleeping ears, luxurious dining- cars, elegant  day coaches, maguiiiceut tourist cars and free  colonist sleepers.  The only fine running- through  tourist  from the coast  (      WINNIPEG,  ���J      MINNEAPOLIS  TO  ( ST. PAUL,  ( TO K ON TO,  V     MONTREAL,  USE  BOSTON,  WITHOUT    CHANGE I  Lowest rates to |*I*l,n|)|-  Via all Atlantic  and from        uunvi u Steamship lines  Canadian Pacific Ry. Co.'s  Royal Mail SS. Line to Japan and China  These twin-screw steamers are in every respect su-jjerior to any ships that have yet sailed  the Pacific ocean. The route is 300 miles  shorter than via any other Trans-Patitic line.  ->;?    v."  Canadian-Austkaijan Stkamkk IvINIi  ���TO���  Honolulu, Fiji and Australia.  The shortest line to the Colonies. These  steamers carry an experienced medical man  and a stewardess on every voyage.  For time tables, pamphlets, or any information, call oil or address  S. L. SMITH. E.  J.  COYLE.  Agent, Dist. Pass. Agent,  PKNTICTON. VANCOUVER.  D.  H. mCELMON. Local Agent, Greenwood.  For Sale or Lease.  pOMPLETE   ASSAY   OUTFIT.-Apply to  E. C. BROWN or W. S. KEITH,  130 Copper Street, Greenwood,  FLOUR.  Our Brands are  Hungarian,    Best Pastry.  XXXX       Strong Bakers'  Economy.  Ask for the " O.K." brands of Flour  and you won't be disappointed.  *   8   $  Greenwood City Mercantile Co  Agents, GREENWOOD.  *  ������   .  MINERAL    ACT,    1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  BUTTE CITY   mineral   claim, situate iu   th  KellfeRiver mining division of Yale district.  Where located :  Iu  Deadwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that we, C. R. Garland,  free miner's certificate No. 14.11ou. W.  J. Harris, free miner's certificate No. H,2.!7a. E.  C. Care-ill, free miner's certificate No. M.ZVa,  and E.T. Wickwire, free miner's certificate No.  14,234a, intend, sixtv davs from thedale hereof,  toapply to the Minnie- Recorder for a certificate  of improvements, for tlie puriKise of obtaining  Crown grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of January, 1899. 122-9  MINERAL   ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  MARGUERITE -Mineral Claim. Mtuate in the  Kettle River mining division of Yale district. Where located : In Dead wood camp.  TAKE notice that we, Elwo< d C. Brown,  free miller's certilicaie No. 14.24(la. and I).  M.McMartiu, free ininer'scertificate No. 14280a,  intend, sixty days from thedale hereof.toapply  tn the Milling Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for tlie pur]>ose of obtaining a  Crown   Grant  of the above claim.  And further take  notice  that action,  under  section 37, must be commenced before tlie  issuance of sucli certilicaie of improvements.  Dated this llth day of March, l.S'C),   Marl5-'i  (See Pages 754. 769 and 19 of Englneerinc  and Mining Journal. Dec. 24, 1898.)  I will supply and erect a new complete  Mining or Smelting Plant for a capacity of  100 tons daily, comprisingConipressor, Drills,  , Boilers, Engines, Hoist. 100 feet Wire Cable,  Crusher, Water Jacket Furnace, Well or Fore  Hearth, Slag and Metal Pots; Blower, Iron  Pillars and Cast Floors, Dump Cars, T Rails,  Pump, Piping, Belting, to include erection of  necessary Kock and Shaft Houses, Smelter and  BoilerHouscs, 1,000 feet trestle for Roast Yard,  Electric Light plant for SO lamps. You pay  all freight and duties, supply timber, lumber  and (shingles. I supply the rest complete in  every detail, and will put through 111* first 100  tons iu 24 hours before handing plain to you.  For each additional  100 tons capacity, add  another $15,000.  These prices are for any part of the world.  TV M. KIRKWOOD,  SUDBURV,  ONTARIO, CANADA.  Financial and Insurance Agent  i (ttof org (pufific j  VERNON.    B.C.  AGENT  FOH ,  The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.  The Royal Insurance Co.  The Scottish Union & National Ins. Co.  The Loudon & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  The Insurance Company of North America.  The Loudon & Canadian Fire Ins. Co.  Dominion Building & Loan Association.  AFFKAISBK  I'OK  The Canada Permanent Loan Jfe Savings Co.  GERTIFICaTE OF THE REGISTRATION  ' ."'   .        ���   OF AN   ���  Extra - Provincial  Company  'COMPANIES ACT. 1897."  LITTLE   CARIBOO   MINING   COMPANY.  Registered the 18th day of" February, 1899.  f HEREBY" CERTIFY that I have this day  _L registered the "Little Cariboo Gold Miii-  iiilf company" as an Extra-Provincial company, under the "Companies Act, 1897," to carry. ���  out or effect all or any of the objects of the  company hereinafter set forth to which the  legislative authority of the Legislature of  British Columbia extends.  The head office of the company is situate in  the City' of Spokane, State of Washington,  V. S. A. . '  The amount of the capital of the company is  one hundred thousand dollars, divided into one  million shares of ten cents each.  The head office of the company iu this  province is situate at Camp McKinney, and  Thos. Donald, mining operator, whose address  is Camp McKinney aforesaid, is the atloruey  for the company.  The time of the existence of the company is  fiftv years.  "The objects for which the company has bceu  established are:  1; To work, operate, buy, sell, lease, locate,  acquire, procure, hold and deal in generally,  mines, metals and mineral claims of every  kind and description within the United States  of America and British Columbia; to carry on  and conduct a general mining- business, smelting, milling and reduction business; to purchase, acquire, hold, erect and operate electrie  light and power plants for the purpose of mining and treating ore, and for the purpose of  furnishing lights and creating power for all  purposes; to bond, buy, lease, locate and hold  ditches, flumes and wa'ter rights; to construct,  lease, buy, sell and operate railroads, ferries,  tramways and other means of transportation  for ores'mining and other material;* to own,  bond, buy sell, lease, locate timber and timber  claims; to do and conduct a general mercantile  business and, finally, to do everything consistent, proper and requisite for the carrying  out of the objects and purposes aforesaid in  their broadest senso:  -2. To borrow money and incur indebtedness  for the purpose of the company, and to execute  notes and mortgages ujk)U the propert.v and  franchises of the company; to secure the payment to such an amount and on such terms as  the board of trustees may think proper:  3. To purchase from the subscribers to the  capital stock or stockholders in the company  such properly, real or jiersoual, as the board of  trustees may deem proper, and to^ receive such-  property in payment of subscriptions to the  capital'stock to such an amount and at such  prices as the board of trustees may think  proper, aiid to issue paid-up stock therefor,  and to have full power to carry out all of the  purposes aforesaid within the territory above-  mentioned.  (riven under my hand and seal of office at  Victoria, province of British Columbia, this  18th day of February, one thousand eight  hundred and niuetv-niiie.  S." Y. WOOTTON,  4-1-4 Registrar of Joint Slock Companies.  Successor of the " Unabridged."  The'Ono Great Standard Authority, ]  . So writes Hon. I>. J. Brewer,  .lii.-nln: i;. S. Supreme Court.  Standard  of tlie?'. S.fiov't 1'rlntliig i  Oflliv, tlie r. 8. Supreme i  Court, nil tb�� .Mule Sti-  pruiiieCourU.nndof nearly nil lliu .Sclioolbookt.  Warnily  ComniKiided  by Stnte SuperhileiideiiU i  nf Schools, (.'olleue l'resf. t  driiiU.andotlierKducutort'  nhiiuit without number.  Invaluable  In tlie household, and to <  the tencher. scliolnr, pro- ,  ressloiml uinii, mid aelf-   educator.   (@T"Sl>eclmen payes sent on application to  J> G.& C Blerrf am Co., B��abIloSierB, \  Bprlnjrfield, M��os.  CAPTION. P�� not  be d��c*ly��<l In   ���   buying small  to-called i  ������Webttcr'a  Dictionaries."     All  authentic <  > ntirMimieuu. nf Webster's International Diction- '  i nry In the various slws bear our trade-mark ou (  the front cover as sliuwu in tlie cuts.  T~ mMaagtaaasna  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  BANK' OF  BRITISH   NORTH  AMERICA.  The yearly jreneral meeting- of this  bank.w.'is held on Tuesday, March 7, at  the ofliccs of the corporation, 3, Clem-  ejit's-lane,-L/Oinbai'd-slreet, London, E.  C, Mr. Richard H. Glyn presiding-.  The secretary (Mr. A. G. Wallis) having- read the notice convening- the meeting-, tlie chairman said :--" Gentlemen,  before I formally, move the adoption of  the report.and accounts,. I  propose,   as  usual,   to make ri fe'.v remarks.    I read  in one of  our  le::d!!ig-  daily   financial  papers theotliardiiy this rt-mark : 'One  naturally   looks' to! the   report  of   the  Bank   of   British  North   America  for  evidence  corroborating-  other sig-ns of  prosperity in Canada.'    I think that is  more  or  less of a compliment, and not  an'undeserved  one,   because  certainly  we are so  closely  connected   with   tlie  trade of Canada that our balance-sheets  do reflect larg-ely the prosperity or otherwise  of  the  trade   of  that country ;  and on this occasion it certainly reflects  the expansion which we all   know  has  taken  place  during-  the year that has  just g'bne by.    If you will compare our  balance-sheet up to the 31st December,  1898, with that of 1897 you wit! find the  fig-tires  are -very  much   larg-er.      The  totals for  1S9S  are ,��S,639,'(!00  against  ��5,130,000, or over half a iiimioi!   larger.    And there is tut increa.so in almost-  all the.items.    The deposit.and current-  accounts have risen fr'om-j��2,310,000 to  /,'2,583,000:    the  notes  in   circulation  from  .��253,000  to ��303,000;    the bills  payable    and    other   liabilities    from  1,242,000  pounds  to  1,406,000   pounds.  On the other side we have a very larg-e  auioun't of cash at bankers and  at  call  and short notice ;  in fact, it is 1,651,000  pounds ag-ainst 917,000 pounds.    That,  ���   of "course,   depends   very   much   upon  :���-��� when you strike your balance-sheet;: it  may be more or less on any  particular  date.' _ Tlie bills,receivable.are slightly���  lower.    The profit for tlie year  ending  31st December compared with the similar  period   last  year  is  3S.000 pounds  ag-ainst31,000 pounds.    -The- business,  as  I  have-already said, has expanded,  and the trade, in, Canada   seems  from  all   accounts  likely ���'to  continue  very  g-ood for some little while  to  come   at  any rate.    There is not much for me to  tell you  about  the  Eastern   branches,  i   The  competition  there is, as it always  has been, very keen, but we  can   thoroughly   well   hold our  own;    and   we  have added to these branches by  open--  ing one at a place called Midland, which  is at the south-eastend of Georgia Bay,  and is apparently a very rising  place.  It  has;a'.magnificent harbour���so good  that ships drawing 20 feet of water can  come tip to, the wharves, and it is  said  that  if necessary  that depth could be  increased.     It  is  not a great way off  Toronto,   and -the   banking   business  there has been done mostly   with  Toronto.   We hope that by giving facilities  to customers on the spot  we shall be  able   to start a very successful branch.  - The chief trade of the place is lumber:  it  is   the centre of the lumber district;  but there are also two elevators  and  a  grist-mill,   and   it  is  contemplated by  the  people  there   to   start   a   line   of  steamers to Duluth.     As regards the  branches in the west���by which I mean  the  far  west���Mr.   Hoare,   from   this  chair, last   September,   gave   you   an  interesting account of our  opening  at  Dawson   City,   and .explained   to   you  that we did that with a certain amount  of  hesitation.     I  am glad to say that  the returns, as far  as  we   have  them,  are quite as satisfactory as we expected,  and it is'more than  probable  that  we  shall   not   have   to   appropriate   that  amount which he pointed out to you we  had thought it necessary to  set  aside,  in view of the very uncertain expenses  of opening a branch there.    We have a  wooden building in Dawson   City,   and  I   have   been told by one who has seen  it that it  is   probably  the   best  of  its  sort  for  the  purpose;    but   we came  very nearly being burnt out the  other  day.    There was a huge conflagration,  and  the   fire,   I  believe,   came   within  about   four, houses   of   our   building.  Thanks, however, to the energy of that  very weil-knowu Canadian police force  it   was .stopped,   and  we   were   saved  what would have been  a  great  inconvenience.     I   need hardly say that the,  bank is very much indebted to the force  for the"energy they showed in   putting  a   stop   to   the   fire.     The  manager at  Dawson   City   reports' hopefully.      Of    j  course,   everybody admits that there is  a great deal of gold in that  piace,   and    !  the real question is how loiig it is going    !  to last���how long it will take to  get   it    j  out.     The present means are no doubt  of a primitive character,  but  I  should    I  think   it is likely that before very long    j  the energy of the Canadians  will   give  us   much  easier  means  of access into  that part of the  world,  by   which   machinery   of  the most approved description may be taken in   at  a   reasonable  price;   and then we shall be better able  to judge as to the wealth of the country  or otherwise.    But all accounts seem to  agree that there is  a  vast  amount  of  gold   there.      You   heard   at  the   last  meeting  that  we  had  made   arrangements to close the. branch   at  Sandon.  Since  then   we have closed the branch  at Slocan City, which turned out a fail-'  tire.    Most of the inhabitants left, and  it was necessary for us to  go  as  well.  We  have since opened branches at two  places���Greenwood find Ashcroft.     As  you   have  been told before, iu opening  these  branches  we   incur   very   little  expense :   it is a tentative sort of  btisi-'  ness.      Tit   opening* at  a mining camp  you have to take your chance of what  happens, and the great point is not to  spend much money in going there. I  will go back just for one moment and  show you how we have divided the  profits: Including 7,4S9i,. 17s. Si).,  brought forward from the last account,  we have to deal with 45,8041.-. 4s. 6n.  We have provided for the officers' wid:  (���ws and orphans fund.430i,. 17.S. 7d.,  and for the officers' life-insurance fund  336i.. 13s. 3n., which provision you  have always approved, and always  will, I hope. Then Ave have declared a  dividend of 25s. a share, free of income  tax, which makes a distribution of 5  per cent for the year, and we have  added 13,000i,. to the reserve fund���  which I think you will also, approve���  bringing that fund ��� tip to,. 300,'oOOl.  That leaves us with 5,036r,. i3s. 8n.  to carry forward. I should just like to  say"one word in praise of the staff. It  must be very' clear to all of you that  all this additional work must have involved a great extra strain upon our  worthy general manager, Mr. Stike-  maii, and upon all those under him ;  but I do not think there is any bank  either in Canada or anywhere else that  has n more zealous and able staff'than  that of 'the Bank of British North  America-. I haveru'othing more to say,  so I will-propose 'That the report and  statement of accounts be adopted.' "  - Mr. J. J. King-sford seconded the  motion.     . , ; " ���'  Dr. Laurie :���"I should like to ask if  you intend to go on increasing our reserve fund: I think 300,000 pounds for  a bank such as ours, with a paid-up  capital of 1,000,000 pounds, and no liability, ought to be satisfied with a reserve fund of 300,000 pounds." .   .  The Chairman:--"The directors hoped  to be able to make further additions to  the reserve fund. It is really hardly  enough, but that is a "matter which will  keep."  Dr. Laurie :���" I hope we shall see a  better dividend." ...        '"; ,  The motion was carried unanimously.  The   retiring   directors���-Messrs.   F.  Lubbock, G. Farrer, and E. A. Hoare���  were unanimously re-elected.  Dr. Laurie proposed the re-election  of Mr.' Edwin Waterhouse and Mr.  George Sneath as auditors, which was  seconded by Mr. Hewat, arid carried  unanimously. ...;.   .  Mr, C.'W. Bowley :���"I beg-- to propose a vote of thanks to the directors,  and particularly to: the chairman, for  the able manner in which he hasgiven,  us an account of the operations of the:  .bank during the" last six ^months. I  am sure we are all glad to see that the  position of the bank is improving a  little, and that pur dividend of 25s. is  continued, and I.certainly hope it will  be increased. Jean recollect the time  when we had a little more, but we  must not, complain,, as times are. I  should "like to include the staff in this  vote of thanks, because J.am sure that  without their exertions the directors  could not have carried on the business. _  in the way they have done."  The/motion was seconded by Dr.  Laurie, and carried unanimously.  The Chairman :���" The directors are  very much obliged for, this mark of  your confidence, and I am sure the staff  will be very gra.tified when it is conveyed to them that you have unanimously approved of their services during the past year.". (Applause.)  ���   The proceedings then terminated.  It was a quiet week in stocks. A  few sales were reported in Camp McKinney stocks. One peculiarity about  Boundary Creek mining companies is  the difficulty in securing their shares.  Winnipeg's ��� are : practically off the  market. Occasionally it is possible to  secure a small block, but the great  bulk is held... by a fortunate few who  show no anxiety ;to part with it. The  Knob Hill and Old Ironsides stocks  are not in the local market. Golden  Crown is a little more plentiful. It is:-  eagerly sought after and has gone up  over the 30 mark. While the market  is dull, there is-7great activity .at the  mines themselves. Men and machinery are kept going day and night  at the big properties', as the owners  are anxious to have large bodies of i  ore blocked ready for shipment when |  the railway comes.  STOCKS.  I'ii/.hugh Lee   Brandon ,fc (.olden Crown ...  Helen'   Highland Queen   Morrison   CAMP   M'KI.N'.N'ICV   STOC  Camp McKinney Cold M. & M  Dolphin and Shannon   Little Cariboo '.   Mammoth    O'Shea   Sailor"   KS.  Co..  28  mi  3'A  2  "���'=  15  List Your Stocks With Us,  Mowat &  Palmer,  Mining and Real Estate Brokers,  GREENWOOD,   B.C.  NOTICE.  THE Columbia ^"<1 Western Railway Company will apply to the parliament of  Canada, at ils next session, for an Act /rivi'itf  to the Company authority to issue lirst niort-  ffaye bonds to be a charged on its railway, in-  cl ud in if its main line and branches, not excoed-  iiijr ihirty-lm: thousand dollars ;':?35,OUO.UO, per  mile thereof, and for other purposes.  II. CAMI'IJICLL  OSWALD,  Montreal, .Secretary.  March 7th. IK-''), Ma.r. :S-'��  Midway, Kettle River.  First-class Accommodation.   Goon Stabling.   Stopping Place fok Stages.  McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors.  "' GREENWOOD   is   the   financial   and commercial  centre  of Boundary  Creek 'district.      It   is the''supply  point  for   the   mining-   camps.      Prom   the city,    roads  lead  to  the                  .���'.'���������  OORRER, SUMMIT,  LONG   LAKE. SKYLARK,  WH  WELLINGTON, SMITH'S,  AND  OTHER   BOUNDARY   CREEK   CAA\PS.  Three  chartered  Banks  have  branches  in   the  city.  For .TJrice of. Lots and other information, address  R0BT.   WOOD   or  G.   SCOTT  GALLOWAY,  /'    ���'���:,;'      r .    GREENWOOD,   BOUNDARY   CREEK,   B.C.  Or apply to the Ag-en^s :    ;   7  C. F. COSTERTON    X  A. I; STUART,   X   J. B. JOHNSON & CO.,-;  VERitoj*.,': . ; Vancouver. '���'..'.      Rossland.  Boilers,  Hoists,  Pumps,  Cars,  Wheels,  Electric  Batteries  and Fuse,  iiuiummmiuii  Stamp Mills,  Compressors,  Drills,      .  Hose,  Oils & Waste,  Pipe & Fittings .  Gongs, &c,  m?mww?mm?  stock   on   hand   at   rossland.  Jenckes Machine Co. ::  e     ���  a     o  F.  R. MENOENHALL,  Agent,   Spokane and Rossi-ano.  MINING PROPERTY III.  I have clients desirous of purchasing- one or more  WELL DEVELOPED  Gold-Copper properties, who  are willing- to pay fair prices  on a bond or otherwise, and  shall be pleased to have particulars of any for sale. Send  as full reports as possible, with  assays, etc. A short option  for examination required.  MINERS and : :  PROSPECTORS  should Wear   : :  m  Co.'s  " Columbia "  " Kootenay "  " Vancouver "  A11 of which lire First.class Foot Wear.  THISTLE : :  Is the Best Scotch Whisky  ���AND���  SEAGRAM'S  The Best Canadian.  Stocks bought and sold on commission.  JOHN BOULTBEE,  Mining-Broker, ROSSLAND, B.C,  13MW  SOLE AGKNTS :  R. P. Rithkt & Co. Ltd.  VICTORIA     B.C.  Boundary Valley  Lodge,  No. 38, I.O.O.F.  ) A<\ EETS everv Tuesday  /   Y   Evening-   at  S.CK)  in  .     .---.-���.--������-��... at Greenwood, B.C.   A cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourning- breth-  ra!l- '        '��� Thos.<M. Gullev, N.G.  ��a.\CA.\- Ross, Rec. Sec.  tlieir lodfre room  r\GREENWOOD LODGE, A. F. & A. M.  Regular   Communication   first   Thursday   in  every month.    Sojourning- brethren  cordially  invited. , j. ,c,   HAAS,  C. Scott Galloway, W.M. Secretary.  Certificate of Incorporation  OF   AN   EXTRA -PROVINCIAL   COMPANY.  '.' Companies' Act, 1897."  ".Greenwood Crescent Gold Mining and Milling  Company."  Reg-istered the 2Slh day of February, A. D. 1899.  T HEREBY CERTIFY that I have this day  X registered tiiu "Greenwood Crescent Gold  Mining and Milling Company" as an Extra  Provincial Company, under the "Companies'  Act. IK')-," ami lo carry out or effect all or any  of tlie objects hereinafter set forth, to which ���'  the leg-islative authority of tlie Legislature of  British Columbia extends.  Tlie head office of the Company is situate  in .  the City of Spokane, Stale of -\Vrashiiigtoii,  U.  The amount of the capital of the Company is  one hundred thousand dollars, divided into"oue  ' million Shares of ten cents eacli.  The head office of the Company iu this Province is situate at Rossland, aiid Charfes R.  Hamilton, Barrister and Solicitor, whose ad-  dress is Rossland aforesaid, is the attorney for  the Company.:  The time of the existence of the Company is  .'if iv years.    ... . ���'��� ���  The objects for which the Company has been  . established are:���1 '"'���,''  To acquire, hold, work, and .operate mines,  and do all things incident to the general business of mining; to buy, sell, lease, and locate  mining-claims and mines ; to treat, buv, and  sell, and otherwise handle ores and other prod-  . nets of mines : to acquire, construct, operate,  and  maintain7 mills,   concentrators,   smelters,  ,. and  other .machinery .or reduction works: used -.-.  ; or to be used iu treating ores aiid other products  ".. of mines': to acquire and operate water rights,      :  : ditches, flumes, and other conduits and apparatus necessary for the appropriation,  use, aiid  ��� disposition   of  water :in  operating mills and  ' mines, and working and treating ores ; to acquire,, hold* erect, and operate electric light aiid  .' power .plants for all purposes; to construct,  lease, buy, sell, build,   or  operate   railroads,  . ferries, tramways, or other means for transporting ores and other materials ; to acquire,  : buy, sell, lease, and locate timber claims ; to  acquire,  mortgage, and dispose of real estate,   ;���  .and personal property; to issue bonds and  borrow money ; to do and conduct a general  mercantile businessand such other transactions  . as the business of the, Company may  require;  ; to do the same, or any part thereof,"wilhiu the  United States of America, and the Province of  British Columbia, Canada, or within any part   .  of all of said territory., :,-,  G iven under my hand and seal of of oflice at  Victoria,   Province of British  Columbia,   this.  28th  day of February, one thousand eight liuu-  ��� dred and ninety-nine.  S. Y. WOOTTON,  1S-4 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  NOTICE. ;  NOTICE   is   hereby given   that   with   the  written  consent of  shareholders  representing  two-thirds of the capital stock of the  Bullion Mining and Milling Company,   Limit-       '  ed Liabilit3-,   the-head ofticeofsaid   company      ���  will be removed from Midway in tlie District of  Yale to Greenwood iu said District, on the 25th  dav of April next, in.accordance ��� with   Section :  41 of the "Companies' Act, 1890."  RANDOLPH STUART.        , J. C. HAAS,   '���".'������.  Secretary. President.  Midway, B.C., January 27th, 1899. 131.  NOTICE.     .  IS hereby given that I will apply to the Board  of License 'Commissioners for the City of  Greenwood at their next sitting, held after the  expiration of thirty days from date of this  notice, for a license to sell by retail spirituous ���������  and fermented liquors on the premises known  as the " Queen's Hotel," situate on Lot 5, Block  14, Copper street, in the said Citv of Greenwood.  DAVID MANCHESTER.  Dated the 4th day of March, 1899.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned intend "to apply to the Board of  License Commissioners, of the City of Greenwood at their next sitting after the date hereof,  for a license to sell liquor by retail on the  premises known as the ''Central Hotel," situat  on Lot 10, Block 3, Government street, in the  Citv of Greenwood.  J. H. POSTY,  JOSEPH VILLANDRE.  Dated this Sth March, 1899.  N  NOTICE.  ���-...-������  OTICE   is   hereby   given   that   I  will on   Wednesday the 8th day of March  next  .present, apply to the Board   of   License   Commissioners  for   the City of Greenwood  for  a  -license to sell by retail spirituous and fermented liquors on the premises to  be  known   as the  "Miner's Hotel "situateon Lots3and4,Block 5, ���  Copper street, in the said Citv of Green wood.  WALTER -\VATERLAND.  Dated the 8th day of February. 1899.  *W. J. Snodgkass & Sons, Prop's.;  Leaves Penticton at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays for Camp McKinuey,  Rock Creek, Midway, Anaconda, Greenwood,  ' Carson and Grand l^or^s.  Returning leaves Grand Forks at 7 a.m. each  and every day except Sunday for Greenwood  and leaves Greenwood for Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 1 p.m.  Carries this-Mails, Passengers and Express.  Hit" Will sell  through Tickets  to Vancouver,-  Victoria, Seattle or Portland.  MINERAL   ACT,    1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  HIDDEN TREASURE Mineral Claini, situate  in Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District.    Where located : In Copper Camp.  TAKE notice that we Ned Bennet, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 14082a, and Earnest  A.Bicteiiberg,Free Miner's Certcficate No.25867a  tend, sixty days from the date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a certificate  of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining-  a Crown grant of the above claini.  . And further take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 7th day of February, 1899.        139-0  H  WANTED   TO   RENT.  OTEL DINING   ROOM.   Apply to   The  Times Oflice.  &:  i^SteNE^-'"'  Provincial Voters' List  Rossland   Riding,   West   Kootenay   Electoral  District.  NOTICE is hereby given that a Court of  Revision of the Register of Voters for  Rossland Riding of West Kootenay Electoral  District, will be held at mv office in the City of  Rossland on Monday, the 1st day of May, 1899,  at 10 o'clock iu the forenoon.  Dated at Rossland the 20th of March, 1899.  mar29 J. KIRKUP, Collector,  If  ��� m.  W  I  i  V.!.  I  ���^���-',���1  I  *yft  i  I n.  THE   BOUNDAKY   CREEK   TIMES.  &��$*  ��to      TSSS^-r    -Wpsg       0�� *io  Contains Fifty of the Best Situated Lots in Greenwood City,    About one^half of these have  been sold and will be built upon in the near future, Now is the time to buy  before the advance in price, which is sure to come,    *  O.   E.   MALLETTE   -   -   -   AT  SAWMILL  OFFICE.  A   BOLD   ROBBERY.  A Niagara Blacksmith Robbed of a Sum of  Money.  A blacksmith named Bresser, who  works in McLellan's camp near Niagara, was robbed of over $200 last  week. Brault, "the proprietor of the  Tunnel hotel, is under arrest charged  with the crime, and Theo Foust is  wanted by the police as an accomplice.  The Grand Forks Miner gives the following particulars of the robbery :  " Bresser, it appears, slept in a'terit  at the camp'.and on the night in question he dreamed of some one holding a  revolver to his head, and awakening  suddenly, found his dream a .reality. t  He was forced to hold up his hands by  one of the robbers, while two others  went through his clothes, taking <  therefrom $140 in money arjd several  cheques. The cheques, however, they  decided were not available, so they left  them behind when they fled. While  the robbery was being committed the  moon came out, giving enough light  to allow Bresser a fairly good view of  his assailants, and the next morning  he came to Grand Forks and swore out  warrants for their; arrest."  Broult was arrested but Foust had  fled. He is supposed to have crossed  the line. Foust lived in Greenwood a  short time.- .JHe :'was ? in . trouble with  American officers some time ago.  Money-Made  Is  m  You can  make  money  by  buying your  at Banner man Br os��� Copper St.  Best  cooking  and  eating  apples in  the market.  Copper Street, Greenwood.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF GREENWOOD  BY-LAW    NO.   17.  passage of this by-law. which said agreement  is marked " A ".oil the  first  published herewith.  Columbia Telephone and Telegraph  Company  Right of Way By-Law, 1899.  BY-LAW to authorize and ratify the execution by the mayor- and city clerk of a  certain document'i-elating to the right of way  granted to the' above named company, within  the limitsof theGit3-of Greenwood.-  The Municipal Council of the City of Greenwood enacts as follows:  1. That the mayor and clerk of the City of  Greenwood;be and they, are hereby authorized  to execute a certain agreement made, between  the corporation of the City of Greenwood, parties of the first part, and the Columbia Telephone and Telegraph company; parties of the  second part, to be dated  the day of the  Jina!  "ch said agreement  page  thereof  and  2. This by-law may be cited as tlie Columbia  Telephone and Telegraph Company Rig-lit of  Way By-Law, 1899. .  Done and passed iu open council, the 27 dav  of March, 1899. THOMAS HARDY,    '  G. B. TAYLOR, City Clerk. Mayor.  TAKE NOTICE that the above is a true  copy of the proposed by-law, upon which the  vote of the electors of the City of Greenwood  will be taken at the Court House. Greenwood,  on Monday, the 17th day of April, A. D. 1899,  between tlie hours of 8 a. rii. and 4 p. m.  G. B. TAYLOR, City Clerk.  AGREEMENT A.  This Indenture made the day of A. D. 1S99.  Between the corporation of the City of Greenwood, hereinafter for themselves their successors called the corporation of the first part.  And the Columbia Telephone and Telegraph  company, hereinafter for themselves, their successors and assigns, called the company of the  second part. ,  Whereas the said conipaio* is desirous of installing, maintaining and operating iu the City  of Greenwood, in pursuance of the powers contained in the act incorporating- the said company a telegraph and telephone system.  Now this Indenture Witnessetli that in consideration of the premises and of the sum of  one dollar now paid by the said company to the  said corporation (the receipt whereof ishereby  acknowledged), and of the yearly sum of five  dollars per annum as rental, pavable on the  first day of March in each and every year to the  said corporation, the said corporation hereby  covenants with the said company, and the said  company hereby covenants with the said corporation as follows, that is to say:  1. That in consideration of the covenants on  the part of the corporation hereinafter contained, and of the rights,'powers and privileges  hereinafter ^granted, the said company "for  itself,   its successors and assigns,  covenants  and agrees to anOwitli the said-corporation and  its successors, that the said company will on or  before the 31st day of Juty next present after  ' the. final passage of the by-law confirming these  presents, erect, install, equip and place in  operation within the limits of the said City of  Greenwood, a complete telephone and telegraph  system for the use of the. public, and the said  coiupany'hereby agrees to furnish to any and  every citizen of the said City of Greenwood, requiring the. same, at any and all points within  , the cityj wires and telephone instruments,' and"  connectiDii by means of the same with the company's system of telephones at fair and reasonable charges for installation and rental thereof.  2. And for the consideration aforesaid, and  mentioned in the last preceding clause, the corporation doth grant to the said company for  the period of tweiit3*-five years front the da}' of  the date hereof, the right, privilege and franchise, under the supervision of the city engineer f6r time being-, who shall have power to  direct which street and which side of street  shall be used to erect poles'and .-lay overhead  or .underground wires, on, along or under all or  any of the .streets, road ways, lanes, passages,  and. other public highways and places of the  said City of Greenwood for the use and transmission" of electricity for telephone and tele-,  graph purposes,only, and for the purpose of  erection, laying, construction, maintenance,  alteration and repair of such poles and wires,  to geitler upon such streets, roadways, lanes,  passages and other public highways aiid places,  , and to.make such excavations aiid to do such  acts and things as may be necessary for the  purposes aforesaid. And it is also hereby-  agreed that the company will permit, the use  of the said poles to an}- other company or companies who ma}' desire to use the same for telephone or telegraph purposes upon payment of  a fair and reasonable rental to be decided by  arbitration iu the usual manner.  3. The said company will at all times during the erection of any poles the laying of any  wires, and the construction of'any buildings or  ���works, and during repairs or alterations of the  same, take proper care and precaution for the  safety- of loot and other passengers, and of  horses;and carriag-es passing along'the said  ...streets or any of them on which erection, laying, construction, alteration or repair is being  performed, and will not interfere witluor impede the public right of traveling on or using  .the same or in any way obstruct the entrance  to any door or gateway, or of the free access to  any building. l-   . ���  4. That after such erection, laying,coustruc-  tioh, alteration or repair, the said company"  shall and will repair and mend the said streets  roadways, lanes, passages and public highways and places, and leave them iu their former condition iu so far as the same is compatible  with such erection, laying, construction, alteration or repair, and all such repairs to streets,  roadways, lanes, passages and public highways shall be performed as. directed by the  city engineer for the time being.  5. And the said company agrees to indemnify and save harmless the said corporation  from all actions, claims, demands,and costs  that may at any time during the continuance  of this contract be made against the said corporation by reason of the said company erecting- poles or overhead wires or any plant or appliances under or over any of the streets, lanes,  passages or public highwaps of the city or by  reason of the.operation of the company's"plans  or equipments and from and against all actions,  proceedings or suits at law, and costs thereof,  that may be brougnt against the said city by  any person or persons or body corporate" by  reason of the said company so breaking-up  any streets, lanes, public ways or places and  erecting poles and laying wires thereunder,  thereon or thereover.  0. . If within one month after the passing of  the by-law the the company should fail to proceed with the works in such .manner as to  satisfy the city engineer or other officer appointed by {the corporation, that they will be  'completed within the stipulated lime, the corporation may give fourteen day's notice of its  intention to annul the privileges hereby  granted, and if the works are not then proceeded with in a satisfactory manner, the corporation may by resolution annul the privileges  accordingly.  7. If the company should at any time during  the life of this for a. period of two mouths fail  to-keep their said line in operation continuously, then and iu that case all the plant,  poles and wires within the city limits shall be  absolutely forfeited to the corporation.  8. Whenever in case of lire it beconies necessary for its extinction or the preservation of  property that the poles or wires should be cut,  the cutting under such circumstances of the  poles or any wires of the company, under direction of thechief officer in charge of tlie lire  brigade, shall not entitle the company to de-  maud,or claim compensation for any damage  thereby incurred. '  9. It is hereby agreed that should the company desire at any time during the currency  of this franchise to dispose of their plant, Llt;it  the city have three mouths' notice of their in  tentioii to do so and have the option of purchasing such plant at a price agreed on by  arbitration.  10. This agreement shall not he taken as  granting a franchise lo this company to the  exclusion of other companies which may hereafter apply for like rig-lus, privileges and franchises.  In Witness Whereof the said company has  caused the corporate seal thereof to lie hereto  affixed and the signatures of the president ami  secretary to be hereunder written and the said  corporation lias caused the corporate seal  thereof to be hereto aflixed and ihe signatures  of the mayor ihereof and tlie cily clerk ui be  hereunder written.  Signed, Sealed and Delivered /  iu the presence of I  NOTICE.  PUl'.LIC NOTICE is hereby given to the  electors of tlie City of Greenwood that 1  requiie '.he presence of the said electors at the  Court lio-.ise, Greenwood, on Mondav, the 17lh  day of .April, A.D. 1S99, between the" hours of ii  a.m. and -f p.m., for the purpose of voting- on a  by-law to authorize the Mayor and City Clerk  oil behalf of the Corporation of the Cily of  Greenwood, to execute and attach the seal of  the said Corporation to a certain agreement be-  tween the said Corporation of the City of  Greenwood and  The Colombia Telephone & Telegraph Company  which said proposed by-law and agreement are  published herewith.  Subject to Section 76 of the u Municipal  Clauses Act, 1897," and to the' provisions of the  "Municipal Elections Acl." any male or fe-  mafe b^ing of the full age of twenty-one years,  who is the assessed owner of land or real property, within the Municipality, shall have a  vote, either con firm ing or reiecting the said  by-law. G. li. TAYLOR,  Greenwood, B.C., Returning-Officer.  April 4th, 1899.  The Everett and Spokane Mining Co., Ltd.  Capital, 100,000 Shares;   Par Value, $1.00.  ^DIRECTORS:  E.Marlton, New Westminster, B. C, Pres. j'   John Black, Fairhaven, Wash., Treasurer.  T.W. Gillette, Fairhaven, Wash, j    A. G. Davis, Greenwood, B. C.  John H. Ware, Fairhaven, Wash, Secretary.        f    G. A. Rendell, Greenwood, B. C, Reg-. Agent.  This company owns the Morning-Star and Park Fraction claims, formerly the  In Pass Creek camp. The property lies one mile south of summit of C. & W. R. R., and in a direct  line with the famous B. C. mine in Summit camp. A large aiiiOLint of work has been done on the  property, and work is being still continued. The surface showing is one of the largest in the  Boundary Creek country, and assay's as high as $15 gold and 12 1-5 per cent, copper. The company  have decided to place 5,000 Treasury shares on the market for development purposes. Shares may.  be obtained from ;  McENTIRE, MCDONNELL, & CO., Greenwood, B. C, ,-'or T.W. GILLETTE, Fairhaven, Wash!  FOR   TUNNELS,  MINES  AND   QUARRIES  Straight Line Duplex and Compound  ssors  OOMRLETE   MINE   EOUIRMENT.  JAMES   COOPER   MANUFACTURING   COMPANY,   Limited  Branch   Office, ROSSLAND, B, C.  MONTREAL, P. Q.  7 JAMES  D, SWORD, Manager.  The acknowledged centre of the great West Fork  Mining  Belt  Lots will soon be on the market,    Easy payments,  For full particulars apply to  Sa^ x*.-  Agent,   MIDWAY,  ~*r7.T?��WM!**SKW THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  There has been no corset -manufactured  that has given such universal satisfaction  as "the. MAGNETIC..,' '�� needs  ho trumpet blast to proclaim its merits*  The graceful outline and perfect fitting  of the Magnetic catches the eye of every  Lady,  Manufactured from very fine Magnetic Steel, it  bends to every move of the form, and fills a gap  existing since the invention of the corset It is so  flexible and well shaped that when once a lady uses  it she will have no other, We have also on hand a  large stock of the P, D, and Jeannie D'Arc,  John has en-  with W. S.  known    real ���  NOTES.  Two men were seriously hurt on  Tuesday while working on the Boundary Creek channel. They were cutting  under the knoll through which the  creek is' to pass when about two tons  of earth came down, burying the unfortunate men. The men were soon  extricated by their fellow-laborers and  taken to the hospital. One had his leg  broken, while the other was severely  injured internally.  F. F. Ketchum of St.  tered into partnership  Keith, M. E., the well  estate and mining broker. . Mr. Ketchum has had a long experience as a  business man. He has been in the  city for several" months acquiring information before deciding to enter  into business. The firm of Keith &  Ketchum will occupy Mr. Keith's office  on Copper street. ,  McEntire, McDonnell & Co. have  bonded the Athelstan mine in Wellington camp. The Athelstan is a  well known property near the Winnipeg. Considerable development work  was done on the property by Messrs.  Crane, Loring & Oliver.  J. H. MacFarlane, superintendent of  of the Sunset mine in Deadwood camp,  has purchased from Ned Bennett and  Frank M. Greenwood the Pioneer and  Revenue claims. The claims are situated iu Deadwood camp, immediately  west of the Morrison.  D. W. Moore, the ore-buyer for the  Canadian Pacific Railway Company,  is paying the district a visit.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF GREENWOOD  BY-L.AW    NO.   IS.  A1JY-I.AW to authorize and ratify tin; execution by the mayor ami city' clerk of  a certain agreement made between the corporation of the City of (Ireenwood :md the (Ireon-  wood Water Worlvsccompauy.  The Municipal Council of the City of (Ireeit-  wood enacts as follows:  1. That the mayor and cleric of the City of  Greenwood he.aud they are hereby authorized on  behalf of the Corporation of the City of Greenwood, to execute a certain agreement made between the Corporation of the City of Greenwood, party of the lirst part, and the said  Greenwood City Water Works company, parly  of the second pari, to be dated the day of the  linal passage of this by-law. which said agreement is marked *k.V on the lirst pa<;c thereof,  a true copy of said agreement beiu��r published  herewith, and to attach the corporate seal of  the said corporation thereto.  Done and passed in open council this 3rd  dav of April. l.S'W. THOMAS HARDY,  (';. J!. TAYLOR, Citv Clerk. Mavor.  TAKE NOTICE that the above .is..a true  copy of the. proposed by-law, upon which the  vote of the electors of the City of Greenwood  will be taken at the Court House. Greenwood,  0:1 Monday, the lilh day of April, A. D. l.S'W,  between tin: hours of S a. m. and 4 p. m.  G. Ii. TAYLOR, Cily Clerk.  AGKKICMKNT   A.  This Indenture made the    day of   A. D. 1890,  Hetvvt'eii the Corporation   of  the City of Green-  \v.r,���l, hereiuafier for itself, its successors and  assijrus, called thecit.- of.rhe   lirsl   part: and  ih.'-G -e.-uwood   City  Water    Works company.  her'*i'iaf:er     for    itself,    ils    successors    and  as>iyns, called the company.of the second part.  W hereas the said   company is desirous of exercising ojeriain   powers of   liuiitiiifr   by   elec-  triciry trrauted to jl  under and by virtue of an  act   ..I'   the Province of Uritish  Columbia, en-  titiei! " Green wood City Waterworks Company  Inc...,.oration   Act,  ISO",'* and for that purpose  to use the streets, alleys, lanes and hiylnvays  of tlie said city as hereinafter set forth.  . Now this indenture rwitiiesselh that in consideration of the premises and of the covenants  hereinafter contained, tlie city hereby covenants with the company, and the company  hereby covenants with the city as follows:  1. That in consideration of the covenants  on the part of the said city hereinafter contained, and of the right, powers and privileges  hereinafter granted, the said company' for itself, its successors and assigns', covenants and  ������ agrees to and with the said city and ils successors that the said company will within six  ' months from the final passage, of the by-law  authorizing and .confirming the execution of  these presents, erect, install, equip and place  iu operation a complete electric, light system  for the use of the public, and the said company  hereby agrees to furnish to any and every citizen of tlie City of Greenwood, requiring the  same, at any and all points within the city,  electricity for the purpose of supplying light  at fair aiid reasonable charges for the "use of  the same.  ' Fair and reasonable charges shall be deemed  to be as follows :  For private  houses, S1.00 per month  per  10  candle power lamp.  For business houses, Sl;50 per.month  per 16  candle power lamp.  Arc lights are to be supplied to the said  city  and installed as the same may be  required,  . at the rate of one hundred and fifty  dollars  (SI50.00) per year per arc light,  to be kept  lighted from dusk to dawn during each and  every night iri the said term from   the  time  of the erection  of same, as the said  light  shall be required.  Provided that after   five  lights  are  in  operation, iu the event of the council of the said  city- requiring the company to erect any arc  lights at a distance of more than two blocks  as shown by a registered  map of the  city,  from any light already located and.in operation, the said company shall erect and operate the same without delay,  but  the  cily  .shall pay  any  extra cost  incurred  iu   the  wiring and erection of such light over and  above what it would  cost the company  to  erect the same if  the said  light  had  been  located  within two blocks  from  any  such  .light iu operation as aforesaid.  2.   And   for the consideration aforesaid and  mentioned in the last preceeding clause and on  payment of an annual license fee of Fifty Dollars, the city doth  grant  to the said coiiipany  Tor the period of twenty years  from  the date  hereof, the right, privilege and  franchise, under tlie supervision of the city engineer for the -  time being and at all times, to erect  poles and  lay overhead or underground wires on,  along,  or under any of  the streets,  roadways,  lanes,  passages, aiid other highways and places of the  said  City  of Greenwood,  for the   generation,  supply, transmission,, use or sale of electricity,  for light, power or other kindred purposes, atid  for the purposes of erection,  laying, construction,  alteration   or  repair of such   poles   and  wires to enter upon any such streets, roadways,  lanes, passages and other highways and places  and to make such excavations and   to do such  other acts and   things  as   may   be   necessary.  The   company,   nevertheless,' covenants   aiid  agrees, in  so. far as  it  may be practicable, to  use the lanes and alleys for the aforementioned  purposes.  And the company further covenants and  agrees iu exercising the foregoing privileges,  lo confine so far as may be practicable, the  erection of poles on one side of the street only.  3. That the wire poles shall not be less tluiu  tweuty-live.|251 feet iu length i:ud six |fj| inches  iu diameter at the top, and the arc fight poles  not less than forty-live (45| feet iu length, ahd  eight |8| inches iu diameter where the arm is  affixed in tlie poles; said poles to be clean,  straight, pointed and set firmly iu tlie ground,  and the said company will at all times during  tlie erection of any poles, the stringing of any  wires, and tlie construction of any building's  or works, and during repairs or alterations of  tlie same, take proper care and precaution for  the safety of foot unci other passengers, and of  horses and carriages, passing along the said  streets, or any of tlieni, on which erection, laying, construction, alteration or repair is being  performed, and will not interfere with or impede the public right of traveling on or using  the same or in any way obstruct the entrance  to any door or gateway, or the free access to  any building. That after the erection, laying,  construction, alteration and repair, the" said  company shall and will repair and mend the  said streets, and leave them in their former  condition iu so far as the same is compatible  with such erection, laying, construction, alteration and repair, subject to the approval of tlie  city engineer for the time being, who shall  direct the manner iu which the arc lights  throughout the city shall be suspended.  4. The said company agrees to indemnify  and save harmless the'said cily from all actions, claims, demands anil cost's that may be  at any time during the continuance of this  agreement made against the said city by reason  of the company erecting poles or laying underground or stringing wires along, under, or over  any of the streets, lanes, passages or highways  of the city, or by reason of the operation of the  company's plant, and from and against all  ac  tions, proceedings or suits at law, and  costs  thereof, that may be brought against  the said  city by any person or persons by reason of the,  said   company   so   breaking   up   any    streets/  lanes, passages or highways and erecting poles  and laying wires. .     .  5. At the expiration of the term hereby limited tlie city may, after giving six months'  notice prior to the expiration of the said term,  assume the ownership of tlie- whole of the  lighting plant and apparatus of the said company, and.all real and personal property in  connection with the working thereof, on payment of their 'value, to be determined by arb'i-  traeion, and in case the city should'fail in  exercising the right of assuming tlie ownership  of the said lighting plant and apparatus at the  expiration of the term limited as aforesaid, tlie  city may at the expiration of every live vears  to elapse after the term hereby limited exercise  the same right of assuming the ownership of  the said lighting plant and apparatus and of  all real and personal estate thereunto appertaining, after six months' notice, to be given  within thesix months immediately preceding  the expiration of everv fifth vear as aforesaid, '  and on payment of their value to be determined  by arbitration.  6. Should the company at any time cease lo  exercise the privilege hereby granted to it for  a period of three months it shall forfeit the  entire property within the city limits to the  benefit of the corporation^  . 7. If within three mouths after the passing  of the by-law the company should have failed  to proceed with these works in such manner as  to satisfj- the city engineer for the time being,  or other officer appointed by the city, that thev  will be completed within the stipulated time,  the corporation may give fourteen days' notice  of its intention to aniiul the privileges hereby  granted, and if the works are not then proceeded with iu a satisfactory manner the city  niay by resolution annul the privileges accordingly.  8. Nothing herein contained shall be construed to grant any exclusive privilege or franchise to the company. And the city mav grant  like powers and privileges to any other company asking for the same, or the "city may at  anytime erect, equip and install an electric  system which shall be the property of the municipality. . . '  0. Wherever in case of fire it becomes necessary for its extinction or the preservation of  property that the poles or wires should; be  cut, the cutting under such circumstances of  the poles or any wires of the company under  direction of the chief officer iu charge of the  fire brigade shall not entitle the company to  demand or claim compensation for any damage  thereby incurred.  In Witness Whereof the said City has  caused the corporate seal thereof to be hereto  affixed, and the signatures of tlie mayor and  the city clerk thereof to be hereunder written,  and tlie satd company has caused the corporate  seal thereof to be hereto affixed and the signatures of the president and secretary thereof to  be hereunder written.  Signed, sealed and delivered  I  iu the presence of "  NOTICE.  PUIJLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the  electors of the City of Greenwood that I  require, the presence of the said electors at the  Court House, Greenwood, on Monday, the 17th  day of April, A.D. HOT, between the" hours of 8  a.m. and 4 p.m., for the purpose of voting on a  by-law to authorize the Mayor and Citv Clerk-  on behalf of the Corporation of the "Citv of  Greenwood, to execute and attach the seal of  the said Corporation lo a certain agreement between the said Corporation of the City of  Greenwood and  Tlie Greenwood City Waterworks Company.  which said proposed by-law and agreement are  published herewith.  Subject to Section 76 of the "Municipal  Clauses Act, 1X'J7," and to.the provisions of the  ''Municipal Elections Act." any male or female being of the full age of twenty-one years,  who is tiie assessed owner of land or real property, within the Municipality, shall have a  vote, either confirming or re'ectiug the said  by-law. G. IJ. TAYLOR,  Greenwood, B.C., Returning Ollicer.  April 4th, 1899.  And LUNCH COUNTER.  Meals at all hours.  Open Day and Night.  Private Boxes. Lunches put up.  Fresh Eastern Oysters Daily.  ���#���  WERNER & PITTOCK. Proprietors.  coi'pj.;k ,stki-;i-;t gk*v]*nwood, b. c.    j  |E} have just received the .finest line of the  latest Gold Jewellery and Silver Novel-  il ties ; 'Waltham, Elgin and Harvard movements ;  H      Diamonds, Goals and Pearls.  I* All our goods we guarantee to be of the best.  tl  |l Miller   Bros,,  ] j      Dm ���ists and Jewellers   -   -   GREENWOOD.  I .:.        "  .       ��� " ��� l  If  A.   V  11  11  t *  ]'���  if  l'^ouis Ui.ue.  A. FlSHIiK.  uu  li (0  IVIIL.L.S     AND     YARDS     AT  Greenwood Gity    %    Eholt Creek, B, G   Manufacturers of Rough and  Dressed -  Shingles* Lath, Mouldings, Sash and Doors.  , ***'��-      **w      "?te  ALL KINDS OF FACTORY FORK MADE TO ORDER  Lumber delivered to any place in the City or   to Mining Camps  THE  LATEST ARITHMETICAL PROBLEM  TherK are Two Kinds' of ADDS. One that, by adding you increase, and  the other that by adding you decrease. For instance, The White Front  Store, Olson & Phelan, next door to the Postoffice, are adding to their  Stock a Large Line of Boots "and Shoes, Shirts, Clothing, etc.. etc.,  which will largely increase there selection.  Also adding to let you know that they are about to offer the balance of their  Stock of Rubber Goods, consistingof Ladies, Misses and Children's Rain  Rubbers, Lumbermen's Two and Three Buckle Rubbers AT COST. s  Also a few lines in odd lots and sizes of Men's Pants, in which we are adding  to clear out at a discount of 20 per cent, off on the dollar.   This is a bona  ���     fide sale.    Now is your time to purchase a Pair of Pants or Rubbers.  THE    WHITE     FRONT,  (Next door to the postoffice)        Government Street, Greenwood.  ��L��S��N   &   FHEL��AN,  TUR  OF   EVERY   DESCRIPTION. UPHOLSTERING,   ETC.  The Largest Stock in the District.  UNDERTAKING    AND     EMBALM1NQ.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  * ��� GREENWOOD��� ������*  eed, Produce t Commission Co.  Dealers in Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Butter, Eggs, etc.  a*.     *Yi     i".t     i'fe  �����F     #    �������?    -At  SCALES   IN   CONNECTION   WIT  Silver Street, Greenwood.  W     ?ii?     W*  HEAVY   WAGON   SCALES   IN   CONNECTION   WITH   OUR   BUSINESS  ^ee^ood Assay 0ff.^  JOE C. LUCKENBEL. Prop.  i; b. mm. i co,  MIDWAY.   B.C..  MINKS EXAMINED AND REPORTED ON  GREENWOOD    :    :    :    B. C.  If your Watch is tired  MINING BROKERS.  .,���,jift  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.  Kcrby's Map of Wellington Camp.  Candies,   Tobaccos,   Cigars,  Druggirts' Sundries, Stationery, etc..  H. B. MUNROE, Greenwood.  A Choice Line of Staple and Fancy  A  - - THE - -  WATOHMAKER,  GREENWOOD  And have M fixed rijrlit.   Over 30 jears' experience, and the most complete stock of material  with which to do work correctly.  Has Arrived.  EVERYTHING   FRESH.  -fa We want your patronage. ������  n. E. TRAZEE,  Grocery and Bakery,  Hamill Block, Copper Street, Greenwood,  to  m  0  n.

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