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 F^tSS^^  &rty*-iYmKw��  Braasas^i^f^  s^sa^^^  #  'J..  \  I  i  A Weekly Paper published in the interests of the Boundary Creek Mining District.  Vol V,  GREENWOOD, B,G, SATURDAY,  JANUARY  7, 1899,  122  No,' 18  MUNICIPAL   CAMPAIGN.  g "pHE year 1899 will be an important one in the history of Greenwood. There are many indications  that it will be a year in which the city will make  rapid strides, and in which conditions will arise  that must be met in an energetic way. It is of  the highest importance that the municipal government should be composed of the very best men.  It would be extremely foolish for any one having- the interests of the city at heart to set aside his public duty in  order that he may follow his personal inclinations. If  there ..were nothing- to be considered in the contest, but  personal feeling-s towards the respective candidates, The;'  Times would not say one word concerning- the campaig-n.  It is too serious a matter however to jeopardize the interests  ���of the city to satisfy a personal preference for any ��� candidate.  We regret that there is a tendency to introduce personalities into the mayoralty contest. The) Times has refrained from discussing- the private acts or the private  character of any candidate. We have criticised the style  of campaig-n pursued by Mr. Hardy and his friends. That  is the righ't of any elector or newspaper. We are supporting-  Mr. Smailes, not on personal grounds but because we believe he possesses in a greater degree than his opponent  those qualifications necessary in a chief magistrate. It is  no reflection upon Mr. Hardy as a citizen and a business .  man to say that he would not make as efficient a mayor as  Mr. Smailes.  The growth of Greenwood depended largely upon the  fact that the people were always united upon everything  that tended to advance its interests. " The future of the  city is bound up in the pursuit of the same policy. Kvery ���  section, every interest should receive equitable treatment.  Mr. Smailes has no election promises to fulfill to any section of the city, or to any faction or any interests. He has  not pledged himself to build up one portion of the city at  the expense, of another. He is pledged ��� to consider all  people and all interests.  In order that the city may keep pace with the development of the district tributary to it, many improvements  will be needed. If those improvements are to be undertaken,^ will be necessary to secure money. Mr. Smailes  has had a long and successful experience. He has demonstrated his ability to finance a large business and his experience will be of great service to the city. When a city  begins borrowing it is of the highest importance to have  some one in control who can make judicious loans, and can  make such arrangements as will give the city the money  needed, and at the same time" make the payments easy for  the taxpayers.  During the year men will pour in from every direction.  Many will be those who have little regard for law and  order. Good order and the due observance of law within  the city will require the most, careful consideration. Mr.  Smailes has not committed himself to any who may be  pecuniarily interested in a loose and wide open town. He  has sufficient force of character to assist in holding a tight  rein, giving  everyone ample liberty  but  no one too much  license.  In every progressive city the working man is an important factor. In his humble way he does as much as any  one to further the growth and development of the city. His  interests must be properly safeguarded. Mr. Smailes in his  own business has always treated his employees with consideration and has always paid the highest wages.    He has  , also on more than  one  occasion  declared  himself in favor  of paying the highest.wages upon public works.  Mr. Smailes, in connection with the business which he  manages has demonstrated that he is quick in meeting new  conditions. Greenwood owes not a little to the fact that  Rendell & Co. have been among the first to reach out for  the trade of new camps, thereby turning it in the direction  of the city, so that every business man received his share.  Similar conditions will arise in connection with municipal  matters during the current year, and we feel confident that  the interests of the city will not be neglected if Mr. Smailes  is Mayor. '  During the year men of capital will come to the district.  seeking investments. To a small extent at least they are  influenced by the class /of men in charge of civic affairs.  Mr. Smailes is versatile and affable, intelligent and of' good  address. He will make a good impression upon strangers  coming to the city. , *  These are a few of our reasons for supporting the candidature of Mr. Smailes. Mr. Hardy possesses some of, the  qualifications necessa^, but in our opinion not in as great  a degree as Mr. Smailes. Any government reflects the.  character of the people. In a -young city, particularly, if  would be the greatest folly not to elect the very best men. %  E}very loyal citizen, everyone having the interests' of  the city at heart, will discourage any policy that has a  tendency to destroy that bond which has united the people  in the upbuilding of the city, that has a tendency to deceive  the electors. They will vote for the best men. - For this  reason we feel confident that Mr. Smailes will be returned  by a large majority, and that the people will give him a  council that will materially assist him in giving a wideawake and progressive municipal administration.  ���M/r,  ���ite.  ���He.  CARIBOO   MINES.  Mr. Thos. Miller returned on Sunday evening from a  six weeks' business trip to the Cariboo country. He went  there in the interests of an English syndicate, represented  by Alderman 1^. S. Moulton-Barrett. Mr. Miller's mission  was successful, as he succeeded in acquiring an hydraulic  property on Pleasant creek, near Barkerville. The property  will be- worked during the coming summer, and in all  probability Mr. Miller will make a- return trip in early  spring in order to get the work started.  Mr. Miller has had considerable experience among the  placer mines of New Zealand and Australia. He went  into the Cariboo district rather prejudiced, against it, believing that-there could be but little new in a placer country  that had been worked for over forty years. Upon examination, he was astonished to find that no propertj' had been  worked thoroughly. Those who made fortunes in the early  days left the country and those who remained had not  sufficient capital to carry on big- work. Capital is turning  its attention to the Cariboo country, however, and in Mr.  Miller's opinion the next few years will see a large amount  of work undertaken in the district. _  During Mr. Miller's visit  he  met  a  Mr. Bremner, who  represents   an   English   syndicate.    He  invested   a  large'  amount of money in hydraulic ground.   Through the advice  of Mr. Miller, he  is  now negotiating for the purchase of a  $50,000 plant to work ground in the Fraser river.  Mr. Miller was well satisfied with his trip. The Cariboo  stages are the best equipped he ever traveled on.  vV��      Me.  �����if  ���>ii-  ~'tP  Copies of the special holiday number may  be  procured  at The Times office.    Price 25 cents. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  KETTLE   RIVER   MINING   DIVISION.  Secord of Mineral  Locations for  the  Week  Ending January   3, 1899.  December 28  East Side, Long Lake camp, A. T. Kendrick.  December 29  Moonshine, Dead wood camp, W. J. Castleman,  Sag-us, Deadwood camp, W. J. Castleman.  January   3  Briton, fractional, Deadwood camp, D. Richards.  Welshman, Greenwood camp, D. Richards.  Pembroke, Greenwood camp, S. C. Richards.  Certificates of Work.  December 28  Midnight Sun, P. Gome.  Premier, G. A. Rendell.  Transfers.  December 28  Little Dalles, Yt interest, A. Seren to J. McAllister.  Ma>', Yz interest, J. Hedges to J. McAllister.  May, Yi interest, J. Hedges to A. Seren.  Waldorf and Rhine, all interest, Fred Hauss-  ener to Otto Dillier.  December 29  Albert and Midnight Sun, Yi interest, Geo. R.  Naden to Frank Gome.  Golden Gate, ^ interest, C. Nelson to O.Larsen.  December 31  Highland  Mary, 1-6  interest, Robert Wood to  H. Vernes.  Monte Bravo, Big Monte and Monte Rico, Ys  interest, R. G. K. Stuart to W. B. Paton.  GREENWOOD   AND   DISTRICT.  W. T. Smith left on Sunday for Spokane. Before leaving he closed the  deals for the sale of the Big Copper  and.the bonding of the War, Fagle.  Men are at work laying the water-  pipe from the dam. The difficulties  are many this cold weather, but it is  of the utmost importance that the pipe  should be laid.  Police Magistrate Hallett will sit in  the court house at 2 o'clock Saturday  afternoon for the purpose of hearing  applications from those claiming to  have been omitted from the voters'  list.  Sydney M. Johnson, P. L/.. S., is surveying all the unsurveyed claims in  Greenwood camp. As soon as the  work is completed, his map of Greenwood and Wellington camps will be  revised.  A fancy dress carnival will be held  at the Greenwood skating rink Monday evening, the 9th inst. The ice is  reserved for maskers until 9:30 o'clock.  The rink will be well lighted and good  ice is guaranteed.  W. Wilcox, editor of the Cascade  Record, spent the New Year with Mr.  Iy. A. Smith of Anaconda. Mr. Wilcox  returned to Cascade on. Tuesday. He  has charge of one of the newsiest and  best printed papers in the province.  A. H. Sperry and Neil Lamont made  a flying trip to Bossburg this week to  move large quantities of freight for  their respective firms. The recent  snow has made good sleighing, so that  goods are ariviiig- more freely.  Fred Oliver, one of the principal  shareholders in the Morrison Mining  company, paid the company,s property a visit this week. The shaft on  the Morrison is down 103 feet and  crosscutting has begun at the 100-foot  level.   ���  APPLICATION  FOR   LIQUOR   LICENSE.  NOTICE is hereby given, that the undersigned intends to apply to the Board of  License Commissioners of the City of Greenwood, at their next sitting, for a license to sell  liquor bv retail on the premises known as the  Rossland Hotel, situate on lot 30, in block 12,  Copper street, in the Citjr of Greenwood, B.C.  Dated this 4th day of Januarv, 1899.  122- ALFRED   CAMERON.  ROSSUAND.  �� l  * 4  Greenwood.  f*r  L1A\ITED    LIABILITY.  Financial & Insurance Agents  GEO.   R.   NADEN.   Manager.  THE   PALACE   LIVERY   STABLE.  If  I %J  IN   THE   BOUNDARY   OREEK   DISTRIGT.  Extra Well Fitted for Long Drives,    Saddle Horses  and Pack  Ponies,    Feed Barn,    Hay and  Oats For Sale,  A. W. ROBINS   -   -   -   PROPRIETOR  THE PIONEER HOTEL  Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B,C,  ��fe        s?fe        $&  tit- tip tff  We are prepared to welcome Guests and provide good accommodation.  Headquarters for Mining Men.        Best of Wines, L/iquors and Cigars  A Comfortable Sample Room.     Heated by Hot Air.  #*       s&       &&  ttp tit- tiv  f, W, NELSON  Proprietor*  Are the only direct Importers on the mainland of British Columbia of  Coke, Cement,   Firebricks,  Fireclay,  Lime,  Sewer  Pipe,  Plaster,  etc,   etc, etc,  -o-  For full particulars as to prices, etc;, write  EVANS, COLEMAN & EVANS  Vancouver, B. C.  Dealers in Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Butter, Eggs, etc.  ��&    ��l<-     ��b     ife  tip     tip     tip     t>p  HEAVY   WAGON   SCALES   IN   CONNECTION   WITH   OUR   BUSINESS  Silver Street, Greenwood, B.C. j^iaJiBiEM;^^  1  ;.^'^ra^ffiV^flr..^^:iy,^  5g��5SB5S5ggjjgg��!^^  ���ii'��iii^jito<'��fc-a,��fea^M(*aK^bji^^^  B  '^1'  H  i  m  I  1  I  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  GREENWOOD   AND   DISTRICT.  Clive Pringle of Rossland has joined  the firm of McL^eod & Whiteside, barristers. He reached Greenwood on  Wednesday.  A. G. Fuller of Vernon arrived on  Wednesday's stage to accept the posi.  tion of accountant for the Russell  Hardware company.  Standing room was at a premium at  the English church concert on New  Year's E}ve. The programme as already published was successfully carried out.  At the Lancashire house, Midway,  on Wednesday, December 20, Mr.  James Atwood and Miss Marian Phipps  were united in marriage by Rev. Mr.  Richards.  Messrs. Arthur Mowat and R. H.  Halmer are building an office on Copper street, next to H. A. King & Co's.  They will do a general mining and  real estate business.  Henry Sauve has opened in the  postoffice block with a large stock of  fancy goods, stationery, jewelry and  smokers' articles. Mr. Sauve is a  nephew of Alderman Ph^.lan. He has  been in the city for some time where  he has many friends, and as he has a  good stand and a well-assorted stock,  he should do a large business.  NIAGARA.  A Italian named Antonio Servalle  was found frozen to death on the road  near Niagara last Tuesday morning.  He was seen late the previous evening  the worse for liquor, and it is'surmised  he fell asleep on the road and thus  froze to death. Dr. Foster from Cascade and Officer Cox left this morning  to viewjthe body.  The thermometer registered 30 de- v  grees below zero on Tuesday night,  and 25 below Wednesday night, and  now an anxious crowd are enquiring  the whereabouts of the Niagara real  estate agent who assured them last  fall, as an inducement to buy property  that the birds were in song and the  flowers in bloom all the year round at  Niagara, owing to its mild climate.  The Italian camps here wear a sad  and dejected appearance, and the wily  native of the sunny south no longer  sings at his work, for the smooth-  talking agent of the North German  Ivloyd Steamship company and the  private bankers no longer linger here  to dilate on the joys and comforts of  of travel by the above mentioned  steamers, but both Oliver and Stabile  have left suddenly for a healthier climate, forgetting in their haste to  leave behind the $4,000 that had been  entrusted to them by their countrymen.  Numerous enquiries are made about  them, and even the provincial police  are taking a fatherly interest in their  welfare and whereabouts. Frank  Oliver, it is rumored, is wanted in  Nova Scotia for a murder he committed there. He was then traveling  under the name of Raphoel Vongaro  and has a large scar on his"neck, supposed to have been received in his  struggles with the man   he  murdered.  Mr. Angus Stuart, of the inland  revenue, paid a flying visit to Niagara  yesterday on official business.  The travel between Niagara and the  summit has increased so much of late  that Mr, Holbrook has had to put additional teams on his stage line. The  trip from Niagara to Greenwood/via  the Summit, now only takes 3 hours.  Boundary Valley  Lodge,  No. 38, I.6.O.F.  M EETS every Tuesday  /   \   Evening-   at   8.00  in  their lodg-e room at Greenwood, B.C.   A cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourning- brethren. Thos. M. Gulley, N.G.  Duncan Ross, Rec. Sec.  J\.   F3.   &   A.   M.  ,GREENWOOD LODGE, A. F. & A. M;  Reg-ular  Communication   first    Thursday-��� in  every month.   Sojourning- brethren cordially  invited. J.   C.   HAAS,  C. Scott Galloway, W.M. Secretary.  Capital, all paid up,  $12,000,000.  Rest $6,000,000.  President:  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal.  Vice-President:  Hon. George A. Drummond.  General Manag-er E. S. Clouston.  iY*.     ge,     gie.  tip     rfp     tip  Branches in London (England),  New York, Chicago,  And in the principal cities in Canada.  Alffr       ��>'�����       jY*-  ttP    ?tp    tip  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.  MINERAL,    ACT,    1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  Queen of Spades Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kettle River mining- division of Yale district.  Where located: In Central camp, lying southerly of and adjoining- the Jack of Spades  mineral claim.,  TAKE NOTICE that I, Edg-ar A. Bennett,  free miner's certificate No. 20689a, issued  at Victoria on the 3rd day of November, 1897,  as ag-ent for and on behalf pf the L/illooet,  Eraser River & Cariboo Gold Fields, Limited,  free miner's certificate No. 91874, issued at Rev-  elstoke, B.C., on the 29th dajr of June, 1898, intend, 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 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 November, 1898.      115-8  Meals at all hours.  Open Day and Night.  Private Boxes. Launches put up.  Fresh Eastern Oysters Daily.  tit-  WERNER & P1TT0CK, Proprietors,  COPPER STREET - - - GREENWOOD, B. C.  FRUIT 4. PRESERVING * COMPANY,  VICTORIA,   B.C.  Manufacturers of :  Candies,  Mincemeat,   Orange,   Citron  and I^emon Peels.    Preserves and  Marmalades.    Pickles and  Vinegar.  We claim without exception to make the  Purest and Best-Selling  Goods in Canada.  Ten Gold Medals and 20 Diplomas and every  prize in Western Canada for purity.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that application  will be made to the Legislative Assembly  of the Province of British Columbia at its next  session by the " British Columbia Telephones,  Ltd.," (a company incorporated in Eng-land under the Companies' Acts, 1862 to 1893, Imperial),  hereinafter called " the company " or " the said  company," for an Act confirming- and conferring- upon it the powers of " the said company "  as the same appear in the Memorandum of Association deposited in Eng-land with the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies ; and giving- the-  *' said company " power to acquire, exercise and  take over all rig-hts, powers, privileges, franchises andassetsheld by.the "NewWestminster  and Bti'rrard Inlet Telephone Company, Limited," and the " Vernon & Nelson Telephone  Company," and vesting the same in- " the said  company," and to assume the liabilities entered  into by the aforesaid companies, and for the  conferring upon " the said company " the  powers to purchase, lease, take over, or otherwise acquire the rights, privileges, franchises,  powers and assets of aii3r company in any part  of the province of British Columbia having  similar objects to "the company"; and to  amalgamate with such other compauj'- or companies, and to operate and carry on the business of the aforesaid company or companies  so acquired or to be acquired, and for the  conferring upon " the said company V of all  such powers as may be necessary to fully and  completely carr3r on and operate the works  aforesaid, or any of them, and of other powers.  Dated this 30th day of November, 1898  McPHILLIPS  & WILLIAMS,    ,  118-7 . Solicitors for Applicants.'  MINERAL,   ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  NETA Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle  River mining division of Yale district.  Where located : In Brown's camp, about one  mile south of the Iron Cap mineral claim.  TAKE Notice that I, Edgar A. Bennett, free  miner's certificate No. 20689a, issued at  Victoria on the 3rd day of November, 1897, as  agent for and on behalf of the Lillooet, Eraser  River & Cariboo Gold Fields, Limited,' free  miner's certificate No. 91874, issued at Revel-  stoke on the 29th day of June, 1898, intend, sixty  dajrs 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 claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.'  Dated this 4th day o E November, 1898.       115-9  Save Money by purchasing your Ticket direct  from Greenwood to points on the Coast or East.  OOEAN     TO     OOEAN  Without change of Cars, via  Solid vestibule trains,  sleeping cars, luxurious  day coaches, magnificent  colonist sleepers.  The only line running  from the coast  consisting of palace'  dining cars, elegant  tourist cars and  free  through tourist  WINNIPEG,  MINNEAPOLIS  ST.   PAUL,  TORONTO,  MONTREAL,  BOSTON,  Lowest rates to  and from  j}  Via all Atlantic  Steamship lines  Canadian Pacific Ry. Co.'s  Royal Mail SS. Line to Japan and China  These twin-screw steamers are in every respect superior to aii3' ships that have 3ret sailed  the Pacific ocean. The route is 300 miles  shorter than via any other Trans-Patifie line.  iSfc  A'4.  tTP      tjp  Canadian-Australian Steamer L,ine  ���TO���  Honolulu, Fiji and Australia.  The shortest line to the Colonies. These  steamers earn- an experienced medical man  and a stewardess on eveor voyage.    ;  For time tables, pamphlets, or a.ny information, call on or address  S.L.SMITH, E.  J.   GOYLE,  Agent, Dist. Pass. Agent,  PENTICTON. VANCOUVER.  D. R. McELMOM, Local Agent, Greenwood. THE   BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES.  MUiiiiUiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiUiiUiiiiUiuuaiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiUiuiUuiUiiiiiniumuiiiiiiiiiii^  IS THE BEST HOTEL IN GREENWOOD. A New Building-, well furnished. First-class  Service in all departments. Choice, Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Headquarters for Mining  and Commercial Men.  Copper Street, Greenwood.  ^mmmmmmnftmmnmmmmmmmmmmm?m??mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmiss  RAILWAY   CONSTRUCTION.  After years of waiting, after petitions to parliament, after numerous  broken promises, after subsidies had  been voted and never earned, and after  many disappointments, the people of  Greenwood have at last the satisfaction of being interested spectatorsof  the active preparations that are being,  made to begin railway construction  within and near the city. Pat Welch,  the big railway contractor, was a frequent visitor to Greenwood during the  week. He was busy directing the  establishment of . construction camps  in the Boundary Creek valley, and  made almost daily trips between  Niagara and Greenwood..   .  Mr. Welch's first camp is near Tillman's mill, about five miles from  Greenwood. There is a village, of  tents here and husky Swedes are ready  to tackle the rock work in the vicinity.  Mr. Welch will establish other camps  in the valley, so that in a few weeks  the whole distance will be pretty fully  covered. It is Mr. Welch's intention  to crowd on as many men as can be  procured. Men are coming from the  Brooklyn end of the line and the tote  road is pretty well covered with supply  teams and men. Burns and Jordan  have secured a sub contract from Mr.  Welch and they will establish a camp  near Greenwood.  The heavy snow of this week delayed the construction of the contractor's big warehouse, which is being  erected on the railway reserve across  the creek. The frame is up and it  will be only a short time until it is  boarded in. Greenwood is to be the  headquarters and supply point during  construction at this end.  With the commencement of active  construction the report is revived that  the railway doctors intend erecting a hospital in Greenwood, and that  Dr. G. M. Foster, now at Cascade, will  be in charge.  Work in Copper Camp.  Henry Brehch of Nelson has started  men to work on the Copperopolis and  Magnolia claims in Copper camp,  properties recently bonded by the  Kootenay and B. C. syndicate, which  Mr. Brelich represents. Mr. Brelich  intends sinking a 3J4 by 7 feet shaft  on the Magnolia, and doing some work  on the Copperopolis. There is already  a 50-foot tunnel crossing the ledge on  the Copperopolis, and the hanging  wall has not been reached. There are  two shafts on the Magnolia.  Neil McCallum, of Columbia, one of  the origjnal owners of the townsite,  was in the city Sunday.  $�� 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4�� 4* 4* 4* 4* $g  *  *  *  FJOF?  Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Chickens, *���  Oysters, Fish, and all kinds of *  fresh and cured Meats, go to 4.  P. BURNS & CO. f  ��,. Head Office for Boundary Creek division at GREENWOOD. J  ^               Shops at Cascade, Grand Forks, Niagara, Greenwood and Midway. ^  g/t ��&�� <&> *& ��^�� *& ��& *|** ��& *$*> ��& *&> <&> *& ���& *& bj��* ��& *& ��&* *%* �����* ��& ��& Jfc# $��  UUUUUUiUUUii  Boilers,  Hoists,  Pumps,  Cars,  Wheels,  Electric  Batteries  and Fuse,  Stamp Mills,  Compressors,  Drills,  Hose,  Oils & Waste,  Pipe & Fittings  Gongs, tic,  STOCK     ON     HAND     AT     ROSSLAND.  ��     ��     ��  o     ��  ^anaaian Kana uni  F.   R.  MENDENHALL,   Agent,   Spokane  and   Rossuand.  to  OOTB&  Midway, Kettle River.  First-class Accommodation.   Good Stabling.    Stopping Place for Stages.  McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors.  1  I  '#  it  FT* ?ri^^ttwaP'-��iiW'.��ti��hBt��'f^g*wti�����-���!-.' '-.' ,l-,,r,j,,    : ���'    '���  ' I ������.-.-.... ,..  swaawwrngs^^  ^*wwog*aaBBMa��tiBaMjtt^  Rees-Estabrooks.  King Rees is married. . Everybody  in Greenwood knows King. The  steaks and chops appeared to be less  tough when wrapped up with some of  King's wit. He left Greenwood and  went to Cascade, where he has charge,  of P. Burns & Co's meat market. Here  is the formal announcement of King's  wedding as it appears in the Cascade  Record: /  " The first of these weddings, was  that of Kingman Natt Rees, the popular manager for P. Burns & Co. of  Cascade, who quietly slipped off to  Spokane, and was married there last  Saturday to Miss Bertha Irene Esta-  brooks. The ceremony was performed  in the Pacific hotel by Rev. Dr. Van  God el, pastor of the First Baptist  church of that city. Mr. and Mrs.  George W. Stocker, who were in Spokane on a visit, were present at the  wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Rees returned  at once to Cascade and have taken up  their residence at Hotel Cascade. Mrs.  Rees is' a native of New Brunswick,  but has been living some years in Boston, Mass., whence she came direct to  Spokane last week  to meet Mr. Rees."  Mr. Rees is a brother of Mrs. J. P.  Flood of this city. The Times extends congratulations to Mr. Rees.  May his, shadow never grow less nor  his steaks less tender.  Fancy   Goods, If  SIS  stationery,  Cigars %Tobacco I  S2:  A. W. Ross of Columbia was again a  visitor to Greenwood this week. He  confirmed the report that his syndicate  had purchased the Williams & Bell  stage line and that Columbia would be  the headquarters in the future. Mr.  Ross also acquired the Cascade Maple  I^eaf plant and in a short time Columbia will have a newspaper.  Copper Street.  If your Watch is tired  TAKE    IT   TO  **'  Boundary Creek Mining and  Milling Co., Ltd. Ly.  GREENWOOD  And have it fixed right.    Over 30, years' experience, and the most complete stock of material  with which to do work correctly.  NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual  General Meeting of the Shareholders in  the Company- will be held at the office of the  Company, Greenwood, B.C.,  On Thursday, the 19th day of January, 1899  at the hour of 3 o'clock in the afternoon.  Business :  (1) Receipt of the report of the Directors  and of the Auditor for the year ending December 31st, 189S ;  (2) Election of the Board of five Directors  for the ensuing 3^ear ;  (3) Anjr other business connected with the  affairs of the Companj' that may properly be  transacted at the meeting.  Dated at Greenwood,  B.C.,  this 29th day  of  December, 1898.  By order of the Directors.  121-3 J. W. NELSON, Secretary.  Greenwood,   B.C.  tfi-      -TtP      to-  Store Fronts & Fixtures a Specialt3T  All Lengths, from 16 to 48 inches.  .Orders promptly attended to.  i?fe    *V4    4&k  tip    ttp    ^fp  Office at the  Greenwood  Flour and Feed  Store, Silver Street.  JOHN  M.   CROPLEY.  t;  'i ( i^�����EgaqrwyflrcM^  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK    TIMES.  We have just received a shipment of  Hyperion Parchment  * Blue * Print ^ Pacer *���  We recommend this as the best arid cheapest.  A supply always oh hand.  i 3ft?     3JF     ^P  '  SMITH  &  McRAE,   >:  Books, Stationeiy, Wallpaper, Notions  and Fancy Goods,  GREENWOOD,     Q.O.  DIARIES  FOR 1899.  PUBLISHED  BY  The Boundary Creek Printing & Publishing  Company, Limited.  Duncan Ross .:..:............... ...Editor.  W. J. Harbek ...................^.Manager.  Advertising-Rates are One Dollar per inch  per month. Leg-al notices, 10c. and Sc. per line.  No "quack" or remedy ads. inserted at any  price. Subscriptions are due in advance ; other  accounts payable .monthly.  . Address all communications to  , The Times,  Greenwood, B.C.  Subscription, $2.00 per Year, in Advance.  SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1899.  MEETING   THE   ELECTORS.  The meeting- called on Thursday  evening- to discuss municipal ���matters  was well attended. Mr. Ralph Smailes  gave a forcible,1 businesslike address  which was frequenty applauded. His  opponent, Mr. Hardy, refused to address the, electors. He ��� plead e'd that he  was too busy to prepare a speech and  would address the electors on Saturday eveninn. Charges of inconsistencies and of telling- half a dozen different stories to the electors were'made,  but Mr. Hardy, refrained from answering-any of them.  Mr. Thos. Miller was voted to the  chair. He stated that all candidates  would have an opportunity of addressing the electors and, called on Mr.  Smailes.  Mr. Smailes was well  received.    He  stated  that judging-  from the present  meeting-   and   the   activity   displayed,  during-    the     week,     a    considerable  amount   of  interest   is   being- taken in  the   campaign.    Usuallj'   in   a   small  city  municipal   matters   were   treated  with apathy and indifference.  .He was  g-lad such an interest  was being- taken  . and hoped  that more  attention would  be   turned   to   municipal   affairs.    He  deprecated   that  it was   necessai^   to  take serious   objection   to  some of the  methods   being   employed   by   his opponents,   because  they  were  not conducive to the best  interests of the district.     (Applause.)     The   progress  of  the cityr depends  larg-ely upon the people working- as a unit   in   its interests.  (Applause.)    Any attempt at this time  at the very  threshold  of  a larg-e city,  to  create sectional  feeling-, should be  strong-ly condemned. (Hear, hear.) Mr.  Smailes   referred to  the pressure that  was brought to bear upon   upon him to  be a candidate.    He  was  in   the  field  because a larg-e portion of  the electors  urg-ed  him   to   be   a   candidate.     He  would not have run if a more suitable  person could be secured. Before consenting- he wanted to know who were  his supporters and he then numbered  among them Mr; Hardy. Now Mr.  Hardy had every right to be a candidate, but he had1 no rig-ht to impute  improper motives for his (Mr. Smailes)  running-. He had no rig-ht to charge  him with running- under cover, of the  townsite people. Mr. Smailes then  briefly related the experiences of Ren-  dell & Co.,during- the past year in connection with public improvements, to  show that as far as his firm were concerned they had ���nothing' in common  with the work of last year's council.  Theasseftion that he was the tool of  any one is as untruthful as it is unjust. (Applause.) Mr. Hardy fully  realizes this but it does not suit the  purpose to acknowledge it. (Hear,  ���'hear.):.  Mr. Smailes| had no axes to grind,  and he did not promise to grind any  for other people. (Hear, hear.) He  had no'election goods to deliver. The  battle ought to be fought on legitimate  grounds, upon<i;the candidate's adaptability for the position. He urged his  opponents to fight fair.  Mr. Smailes then referred to the incoming year. Much would be needed  in the way of improvements. If elected  he would endeavor to see that the city's  money was expended as economically  and judiciously^ as his own. He re-,  ferred to the question of wages. The  man who stood on the street corner  and shouted $3 a day was not as good  a friend of the working man as the  man who paid $3 a day when he had  work to do. HisSfirm had always paid  the highest wages and he was in favor  of high wages on public works.  He did not know what was meant by  an open town. If it meant disreg-ard  for law and order, he was opposed to it.  He was in favor of -keeping control  over such matters. He did not intend  to cater to the votes of any section of  the city. He asked to be elected by  the people. (Applause.) If elected, he  would endeavor to discharge his.duty  justly and conscientiously. Whether  elected or not, he was always ready to  do his utmost to promote the interests  of the. city.    (Applause.) ,  Mr. Hardy was asked by the chairman and Mr. Smailes' friends to address the meeting. Mr. Hardy, stated  that he did not come there for the purpose of addressing the electors. He  would hold a meeting Saturday night  when they would have the pleasure of  listening to him. He was too busy to  -prepare what he had to say. He did  not know of the ^meeting until last  night, '  ;   Several attempts  were  made  to get  him on the platform, but he refused.  Mr. Naden begged to be excused, as  he was suffering from a severe sore  throat. He would rather wait and hear  Mr. Hardy.  Mr. Thos. McDonnell would like to  hear Mr. Hardy's speech. (Laughter.)  He was a candidate, and if elected  would do what was in the best interests of the city and what the majority of the. ratepayers requested.  Mr. James Sutherland was on the  Hardy ticket. He wanted to do his  talking Saturday night.  Aid. Phelan said that this was the  third time he had addressed the electors. He was again a candidate because he was urged to stand. He referred briefly to the work of last year  and other matters.  Mr, D. C. McRae never before saw  Mr. Hardy when he wasn't ready to  talk (laughter). They were all anxious,  to know what Mr, Hardy really believed in, or which one of the half-a-  dozen different policies being circulated  he intended to follow.    (Hear, hear.)  Mr. C. J. McArthur would have  something to say at Saturday night's  meeting.  Mr. Ross regretted Mr; Hardy was  not ready to tell the people where he  stood and believed he would not be*  ready Saturday night. There were too  many policies circulated by .himself  and his friends to make the task easy  of promulgating one straight honest  policy. He referred to the $3 a day  question and the petition, which Mr.  Smailes signed and Mr. Hardy did not.  .v, Mr. Keith attempted to repudiate  certain policies which Mr. Hardy and  some of his friends had circulated. He  was in favor of a ticket to support Mr.  Hardy as mayor.  Mr. Miller invited ��� the candidates to  express their views on such questions  as electric light, tramways and sanitary arrangements. 6  Mr. Smailes answered briefly ; Mr.  Hardy did hot. Mr. Smailes also  pointed out that on Tuesday night Mr.  Hardy asked him (Smailes) not to be  too hard at Thursday's meeting; consequently he had known about the  meeting earlier than the night previous.  Mr. McArthur wanted the day labor  petition produced atthe Saturday night  meeting. City Clerk Taylor said he  would produce any document if ah order was procured from the mayor.  The meeting adjourned with  a .vote ���  of thanks to the chairman.  W.   JAKES,   M.D.,   CM.  Office:   GREENWOOD HOSPITAL,  �� ; Greenwood, B.C.  QVIDNEY S.   OPPENHEIMER, Mb., CM.,  'Physician and Surgeon.  Office over Bank of B.N. A.,  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  R.   J...:E,   SCHON,  ct&n <xn6 ^urgeon.  Eng-lish Qualifications.  Office   and  Residence,���Barrett   Block,  GREENWOOD,   B.C.  H.   HALLETT,  Q0dm0ter, Jioftctfot,  NOTARY    PUBLIC.  GREENWOOD,   B.O.  CLEOD,   PRINGLE   &  WHITESIDE,  Barristers and Solicitors,  Qtofatiea (pufiftc, tit.,  Barrett Block, Copper Street,  greenwood.  ORBES   M.   KERBY,  Assoc. Mem. Can. Soc. Civil Engineers,  (profrincidf ��dnb^utwgot  AND CIVIL ENGINEER,  ��� (ttQfor�� (pUfiftC ��� MIDWAY,    B. C.  p?     W.    GROVES,  Civil ��r Mining Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor,  GREENWOOD,   B. C.  Mineral Claims Reported upon.  Underground Surveys. ���}?frftttWrfjt&&yr^wv��,i^UBW  ?Zffi��Z^1?*p^^  '^^ggigg^  THE   BOUNDARY,   CREEK   TIMES.  u  manufactured by the Okanagan Flour Mills Co.,  is  L     the best flour on the market, and  WE     ARE     THE     SOUS     AGENTS.  $nb  <W��oU&xkxz of IXhntz,  ^,U\\xox& 4nb &i$<xtB.  COPPER   STREET  GREENWOOD,   B. C.  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.  4fe  tip  tip        tip  Okanagan Flour Mills Co. Ltd.  ARMSTRONG,    B. C.  Our Brands are  Hungarian,    Best Pastry*  XXXX       Strong  Bakers'  Economy,,  Ask for the " O.K." brands of Flour  and you won't be disappointed.  *V��-     jSJs.     rife  tip      tip      tip  Greenwood City Mercantile Co  Agents, GREENWOOD.  Gone to Dawson.  Mr. A. Scott, the accountant at the  Greenwood branch of the Canadian  Bank of Commerce, left. hurriedly for  the coast on Saturday last, in response'  to a telegram from headquarters offering- him an important position in the  Dawson 'branch of the bank. Mr. Scott  was to take: passag-e on the. steamer  leaving-Vancouver on the 5th. During-  his short stay in Greenwood, Mr. Scott  made many friends who wish him success in the frozen north. His place in  the Greenwood bank has been filled by  Mr. J. N. Hill of Toronto, who arrived  in the city on Tuesday.  Municipal Campaign.  In addition to the candidates for aldermen announced last week, it is understood that J. W. Nelson, Geo. A.  McKag-ue and A. B. Campbell have  consented to allow their names to be  placed in nomination. The nomination will take place in the court house  on Monday next. Election day is the  Thursday following-.; G.B.Taylor is  returning- officer and A. H. Eawder  deputy-returning- officer.  ijfe ���   ii&    *V*    ��''-    *V*    ��1'*    *V4    ^V4    ^1'-  tip         tip        tip        tip       tip       tip        tip        ftp        tip  Thos. McDonnell.           R. M. McEntire  McDO  IIIL I M  ill,  -������ Mines and." "\  ;; Real, Estate  GREENWOOD    and   CAMP McKINNEY  &V��.     ��!<-    $'-    *V��-    &V4    ^/*     *>.'*���    *V4     iV*  tip ,     tip,      tip       liP     tip     tip       tip       "iip       -?iP  JOE C. LUCKENBEL, Prop.  GREENWOOD    :    :    :     B. C.  MIDWAY,   B.C.,  L ESTATE  j��fe���  "fir  Fire, Lite and Accident Insurance.  GREENWOOD     -     -     B.C. '  Mines Examined and Reported on.  MINERAIv    ACT,    1896.  Certificate   of   improvements.  NOTICE.  BUTTE CITY mineral claim, situate in the  Kettle River mining- division of Yale district.  "Where located : In Deadwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that we, E. T. Wickwire,  free miner's certificate, No. 14,234a, and  Marjr Garland, free miner's certificate No. 14,-  117a, intend, sixty da}^s from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining- Recorder for a certificate  of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining-  Crown grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of January, 1899. 122-9  III  ii THE   BOUNDARY   G RE EK   TJMES.  Head Office'and Works .at ���  Belleville, Ont.  ��� /Branch Office and Works at  Trail, B~.Gr--"3  ~*��*o  ���fy ���$��<#�������� ���I' ���$�� ����> ���$> *f�� *f�� $�� ���$> "f8 *f��. "I8 ^ 4*.*f* *$* 4s *fh *l* *f* ^ *?��� ���f* *$* ^ ^��' ���#> *f* *$���  ACHINE   (LCX*  Limited,  THE   w ^  '..���"'������. ' ..-���:-���;.. ���''/.��� Manufacturers of  I .���'������!::-:  Air  Compressors,  Rock  Drills/ Hoisting and Stationary Engines, Boilers,  Ore Trucks, OreCar& Ore Buckets, etc,  Our Machine Shop at Trail is 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.  CAMP  McKINNEY   MINES.  Messrs. Fox and Renier returned by  Sunday's    stage  from   Camp  McKinney.    Mr. Fox,  who  is  a  member  of  the firm of Fox & Ross, mining and investment  brokers, Toronto,  was  seen  by   a   Times   representative,   and  he  talked freely about his  investments in  McKinney.     His   firm  have invested  heavily in Minnehaha  stock for themselves   and   clients.     He   visited   the  mine   aiid   was    most   favorably   impressed.    The Minnehaha  has shown  up well under development.    Some remarkably  rich   assays: have  been  secured  from  the ��� property.    From   the  first 40 feet  in  the  shaft, the average  assays were $100 per  ton   in   gold and  some assays gave $200.    Assays taken  from the crosscut at  65 feet gave $118  in gold.    At  the   100-foot  level adrift  was run to tap the  vein  and  the  first  ore broken into yielded  $135.    The ore  at this depth   averaged  $27.40 in gold.  The pulp from   this  assay  gave  some  fine  showings  of  free  gold,   and  the  concentratesjjassayed $355.37. A sample  from  the  same  ore   with   the  galena  yielded   $125.50.    A   heavily  mineralized streak in the  center gave $177.36.  So well  pleased  was   Mr.   Fox with  the   property that  he  telegraphed his  partner, J. Hugo Ross, not  to sell any  Minnehaha stock until his return.  The company has now ample funds  to develop it to the 300-foot level and  also to purchase a 10-stamp mill and  all necessary machinery. In fact the .  president of the company, Professor  Montgomery, mineralogist of Trinity  college, is now en route to Camp McKinney, and in all probability the  necessary plant will be purchased and  installed immediately upon his arrival.  Speaking of other Camp McKinney  properties, Mr. Fox stated that he  believed the Sailor the best prospect  in the camp. Good work was being  done on the Waterloo   under the super  intendence of Joe Murphy.  An effort was being made to boom  the stock of the McKinney Reefs company in Toronto. This company hold  the Flying Dutchman and L,ast Chance  claims. They are selling stock on the  assertion that the, Cariboo vein passes  through the Flying D u tch man. There  is not the slightest possibility of the  Cariboo vein running in the direction  Of the Flying putchmari, and Mr. Fox  is afraid that the prospects of the  camp will be jeopardized by "wild  cats" of this description.  Mr. Foxv visited the -Mothei* L/bde,  Knob Hill and other Boundary Creek  mines; He says that they heard a  good deal in Toronto about the Knob  Hill, but refused to credit it. He was  astonished at the showings. He will  make an effort to convince his investing friends that Boundary Creek  properties have not been boomed, but  the showings are as stated.  Mr. Fox believes Green wood will be  the mining city of the district, but is  also firmly of the belief that Columbia  is going to be a large commercial and  residential city.  THF    CANADIAN  Head Office XP TORONTO.  Established 1867.  CAPITAL   ::   ��6,000,000,  [Six Million Dollars.]  A Branch of this Bank lias been Opened  at GREENWOOD, B.C.  ttf  Approved Notes Discounted.  Drafts Sold.  A  general  Banking-  business  transacted.  D.  A.  CAMERON,  Manag-er.  GhoieeFresh Groceries  *& ^&  &*  /.W. '     t'P -9ft?  ��� Try Our ���  APPI^S  CURRANTS  RAISINS  NUTS:,-������,]' '������  CITRON PEJKL  IvFMQN ������;���������"  ORANGE     "  All kinds of Canned Goods.  HAMS  BACON  FI^OUR  COOKIES  CANDY  PICKLES  EGGS  All Fresh.    Prices  O.K.  Copper Street, Greenwood.  ^tiiy!.im-lCW>��i">'j<i^WTTW<i>qiP��fyi|i|wi��<Miinqmyigi  SQUARE   HOUSE.  CO  UJ  hi  o  (0  Greenwood City, B.C.  E.   S.   WEEKS   &   CO., Props.  :' -ijVs._  t'P  First-class Accommodation.  Stag-es  from all parts pass the  door.  SQUARE   TREATMENT.  :4  HUGH CAMERON, Proprietor.  Best Brands of Wines, Iyiqnors and Cig-ars.  Good   Stabling.  &IWB;' ^���nr^'Kxiv.-Tr^^rs.'w.wiir.y p* .:r  1>^-'i*~-w;~��'ip:1'-!ri:~,f" \K .T^jraa', w^'J^w-iY-miT.-. v; ~7"   i  $**i*--Zi<~?-ZiaA���i .f-jsa-fj  w.'i Jicrt it ��Hf y pwn*1��  r��Vt ry..^yjfVg^rw,?~^t-r��g^re-^H=^  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  'v. J.,      -���.*.   -,.    V  \  ^  The most promising town in Southern Yale.  The centre of the famous Camp McKkmey* in  which is located the big Cariboo mine* the second  largest dividend payer in the Province,  Lots are Selling Rapidly.    PRICES WILL BE ADVANCED after the New Year.  For prices and full particulars apply to  The Bealey investment & Trust Company,  McDonnell & McEntire, Greenwood, B.C.  OR   ANY   REAL'ESTATE   BROKER.  A Choice Line of Staple and Fancy  Has Arrived.  EVERYTHING   FRESH.  ������ We want your .patronage* *����  M. E. fRAZEE,  Grocery and Bakery,  Ham ill Block, Copper Street, Greenwood.  Is the Best Scotch Whisky  ���AND-  The Best Canadian.  SOLE AGENTS:  K.  P.  RlTHET & Co.  Ltd.  VICTORIA     B.C.  Kerby's Map of Wellington Camp.  Candies,   Tobaccos,   Cigars,  Druggirts' Sundries, Stationery, etc,  H. B. MUNROE, Greenwood.  Corporation of the City of  Greenwood,  PUBLIC NOTJG  TS HEREBY GIVEN to UiC Electors , of  X    Municipality of theGttyof Green wooc  -I require the presenc.e^��of the said  the GowFtrfjgffisefGreenwood  January, 1S99, at 13 c^cluilClioon, f6"r the pur  pose of electing- persons to represent them in  the Municipal Council as Mayor and Aldermen.  The mode of nomination of candidates shall  be as follows :   .  The candidates shall be nominated in writ^  ing-; the writing- shall be subscribed by ^two  voters of the municipality as proposer an4*'sec-yi,  onder, and shallbe delivered to the R^turningf  Officer at any time between the date^of thje^no-  tice atid 2, p.m. of the day" of tlaye^om-rn'afion,  and in the event of a poll beingi^cjessar3', such  poll will be opened on the 12Wtf��d*ay of January,  1899, at the Gea-^-Ho-u'Sb; Grgenwood, of which  ever3r person is hereby required to take notice  and g-overn himself accordingly.  Sec. 14.���The Council of every City Municipality incorpurated after the 23rd day of April,  1892, and of every City Municipality hereafter.'  incorporated Under the "Municipalities Incor-  corporation Act," shall consist of a'Mayor and  not more than nine nor less than five Aldermen:  (a) After the first municipal election,, the per- .  sons qualified to be nominated for and elected  as the Mayor of such city shall be such persons  as are male British subjects of the full ag-e of  twenty-one years, and are not disqualified under any law, and have been for the six mouths  next preceding- the day of nomination the registered owner, in the Land Reg-ist^ Office, of  land or real property in the city of the assessed  value, on the last municipal assessment roll,  of one thousand dollars or moreover and above  any reg-istered incumbrance or charge, and who  are otherwise duly, qualified as municipal  voters ;  (b) After the first municipal election, the persons qualified to be nominated for and elected  as Aldermen of such city shall be such persons  as are male British subjects of the full ag-e of  twenty-one 3rears, and are not disqualified under any law, and have t>een for the six months  next preceding- the day of nomination the reg--  istered owner, in the Land Registry Office, of  land or real property in the city of the assessed  value, on the last municipal assessment roll, of  five hundred dollars or more over and above  any reg-istered incumbrance or charg-e, and who .  are otherwise qualified as municipal voters.  G. B. TAYLOR, Returning- Officer.  /  nrnin  Manufacturers of Furni^  ture, Upholstery, etc, 3��  Importers of Crocked,  Glassware, Carpets,  Wall Paper, Linoleums, etc. ^ Residences and  ^Hotels furnished throug-hout/   All orders, no  ' matter how larg-e, promptly filled, as we have  'the :   :  IK..  ���tie  4't  tit-  t'P  Write us for Catalog-ue and Price List.  tn-  tff  $V4  tir  VICTORIA.   B. C.  Financial and Insurance Agent  ���'t (gofarg (puBtic t   . ,'  VERNON,    B.C.  AGENT  FOR  The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.  The Royal Insurance Co.  The Scottish Union & National Ins. Co.  The London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  The Insurance Company of North America.  The London & Canadian Fire Ins. Co.  Dominion Building- & Loan Association.  APPRAISER FOR v  The Canada Permanent Loan & Savings Co. ��**��*J*����^WiH5i^^^^iy4W**  THE   B6UNDAFY   CREEK   TIMES,  ri  ���i  COMMERCIAL   ASSOCIATION.  The regular meeting of  the  Greenwood Mining1 and Commercial association  was   held   in  Rendell's   hall   on  Wednesday  evening.,. ^President Anderson  presided.    A. JV". Whiteside reported on   behalf  of /the  mining committee certain amendments which they  considered    should    be   made   to   the  mineral act.-   After discussion, the association decided to  recommend to the  minister  of mines  that  the act be so  amended as  to  make  it oblig-atory to  make location notices legible  and permanent,    always    giving   the  locator  reasonable, time to  put up such notice.  Another   amendment   suggested   was  one   to   discourage    the    practice   of  abandonment, by  increasing the  fees  for abandonment to $10.    The association also recommended that  a clause  be inserted to the effect that the interest of  a  co-owner refusing"  or  neglecting' to do his share of  assessment  work, goes to the other owners 30 days  after  the  time  for  doing-  assessment  has expired, and  he has  been served  personally with a notice regarding- the  matter.  Another recommendation was one  giving the agent of an absentee claim  holder the right to file the necessary  documents in an adverse claim. The  report of committee as amended was  adopted.  Messrs. .Clive Pringle, J. Edwards  L\,eckie and Ronald Harris were made  members of the association.  The report of the committee oh by-  laws was adopted.  Officers Installed.  The officers of Boundary Valley  Lodge, No. 38, I. O. O. F., were installed on Tuesday evening by D. D.  G. M. Thos. Hardy, assisted by the  following staff: G-. -W.,.-R. Smailes;  G. M., B. Garrison ; G. S., W. M.-Iyaw,  and G. T., W. J. Harber. The following are the officers of the lodge : N. G.,  T. M. Tulley ; V. G., H. B. Munroe ;  Rec. Sec:, D. Ross; F. S., N. H. I^a-  mont; Treas., G. B. Taylor ; Warden,  Geo. McKague: , Conductor, J. J.  Gulley ;" R, S.'N. G., W. J. Harber; L,.  S. N. G., R. Smailes; R. S. V. G.,R.  F. Coates ; Iv. S. V. G., J. McKenzie ;  I. G., Thos. McDonnell ; O. G., Thos.  Hardy; R. S. S., Sidney M. Johnson ;  ���Chaplain, Rev. Thos. Oswald.  After the installation ceremonies refreshments were served and a pleasant  hour spent by the members.  Two-Cent Postage.  Postmaster-General Mulock has inaugurated a domestic rate of postage  of two cents for ordinary letters. The  rate went into effect on January 1.  The local postoffice has been notified  of the change, but there is a scarcity  of two-cent stamps, so that people will  be temporarily under the necessity of  using three cents. The change is an  important one. Some time ago an imperial postage rate of two cents was  established.  The oldest inhabitant cannot remember any colder weather than that of  this week. The thermometer at the  .frovernment office, Midway, registered  39 decrees below zero on Wednesday,  and Friday morning- was 42 degrees.  It ran 30 below in Greenwood.  the  , i&-     iV��-      i!f!-  tif      tif      ?iP  Statement  of Receipts and  Expenditure for  December j i st\ 1898.  RECEIPTS.  Note discounted at Bank of Montreal.. $  500 00  Liquor Licenses  1,115 00  Road Tax    ....:....:...���.....,........... .....:... 178 00  Dog-Tax....,...: ; :..........,..... 54 00,  Peddlers' Licenses................................ 117 50  Trades Licenses........ ..:.. 825 00  Police Court Fines........ ���.'..  356 50  Laud Tax ....:....:....:.:/........ 2,290 50  Special Debenture Tax....  1,185 35  Proceeds of Sale of Debentures:.......... 22,887 50  Miscellaneous Receipts........................ 77 80  $ 29,587 15  EXPENDITURE.  Balance from '97 Council  .............. $ 747 75  Interest and Discount... .���:.        33 23  Miscellaneous Expenses........:      238 80  Street Improvements 12,826 48  Greenwood Street Flume...................... 2,301 84  Waterworks..........  8,884 96  Salaries.  2,137 50  Advertising-and Stationery.... .;.....     338 85  Board of Health      195 4o"  Administration of Justice      224 10  Fire Protection , . '���. :.......���;.....:.....     100 00  Cash on Hand���Special Debenture Tax 1,185 35  ���Ordinary Revenues......     352 89  .'.'.������;.. v.'  $29,587 15  GEO,   R.   NADEN,  Greenwood, B.C., January 4th, 1899.  n\  reasurer.  B.C. Mine Sold.  The B.C. mine of Summit camp is  sold. The negotiationswhich had been  pending- for the sale of this famous  property were closed at Rossland on  Tuesday last. R.'G. Edwards L/eckie,  representing* a Montreal syndicate,  paid Messrs. Harrison and Barchard  $50,000, being one-sixth of the purchase  price, $300,000. Reference to the sale  and the mine itself have been made in  The Times of recent date.  Mr. Hardy has called a meeting for  to-night (Saturday) in Rendell's hall.  The candidates for municipal honors  have been invited to attend.  o  8  p  o  o  ��� ft  ft  ft  ��  ���-".>.   '  '���"���.' ��� ,  u  ri  .-������  ���d  to  t-< +j  Bom  stric  on.  ���r!        T3 ,  iD'O            4>  ' ���& fac  2  v.   .  o  as  1  V.              u  T��      .'  r*  i d>  <sl  \  riS  T3   ������,  C  ���S:'-  .  3 o  <s$  .'g'M  ri ^  ������'_�����)'            CO  ���   ���=* ri         �� ���'  ��r1  CORYELL'S MAP, Price $1.25.  To Subscribe for any of the Leading Magazines  Write for Rates to  MIDWAY  L-Jt,    K~s��  G.  A.  GUESS, M.A.  H.   A.   GUESS,   M.A.  Assayers L Chemists.  Thoroug-hl3' familiar with Boundary Creek  and Fairview mining- districts. Properties  examined, assaj-s and anal3'ses of ores, fuels,  furnace products, etc.  Greenwood, B. C.  January 5th, 1899,  To the Citizens oe Greenwood  ���   and Boundary Creek:  I respectfully call your attention to the fact that I have opened  a g-eneral Fancy Goods store in  the Postoffice Block, Government  Street, carrying a full line of  Fancy  Goods,  Stationery,  Confectionery,  Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes and  Smokers' Articles,  Watches, Clocks, Jewellery  '".  etc, etc, ������'.   ,     ''.���<���' ���  I carry the nicest stock of Fancy  and Plain Clocks ever brought into the district, at prices that will  warrant you in purchasing- one..  Remember also that anything  you desire in the Jewellery line  that I have not in stock, I can  take your order for and get g-oods  direct from the manufacturers at  lowest possible prices.  BnSHiUUHililBJktM  QHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil    Engineer,  <E)omtntoti cmb (prot)tnctaf fiano ^urRe^or.  GREENWOOD,      -       B. C.  J      CHRISTIE,   M.R.CV.S.  (EDINBURGH,  SCOTLAND)  Dominion Veterinary Inspector.  All  Domestic   Animals   treated  on   scientific  principles.  Residence   -   -   -   -   GREENWOOD,  B.C.  n^^^^i^l^i^^^  ^'.rw:^T^.TK-'i~ci'ir:tr;w:m'.i^f:j-t"j;;  r.^r.:!r3^-.'nr-ripimi'.-^;: >* rrawtu-g*rr*- ���ifr&***'!trjrril jryfr yt,ly��fj<W*a^ ��� aww^Wjt��� ���yt^^f.WW'gA^.'-'  ! iipyr.r-1 ������t ^-^^^w^?*'^^ fcTJ^.%ffi��y.'a^ww.-aaMa��^^  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  THE   SPECIAL   NUMBER.  The exchanges have given the  special holiday number of The Boundary Creek Times many flattering  notices, for -which .we desire to express  -our very great appreciation. Here are  some of the nice things that have been  said concerning the issue :  The Christmas edition of the Boundary Creek Times, published at Greenwood City, B. C, is handsomely illustrated with half-tone views of the  camps of the district, and contains  .some ably written mining articles  "which 'contain; valuable information.���  Spokesman-Review.  The,special holiday number of the  Boundary Creek Times reflects imuch  credit on the enterprise and ability  -connected with ; that paper. The  g*eneral information contained in the  issue is good throughout, and the illustrations well done and characteristic  ���of the Boundary Creek district. To;  any one wishing information regarding the district, or in need of reliable  data for friends at a distancey the  special edition of the Times will be  most acceptable, not alone because of��  -the ampunt of information contained  in the number, but for the reason that  the descriptive work has been done by  well known and thoroughly reliable  men, who have had years of experience  in the Boundary country.���Grand  Forks Miner. V  The Boundary Greek Times of  Greenwood, with its usual enterprise,1  issued a splendid holiday edition. It  consisted of 40 pages of well-written  matter, and contained a number of  half-tone illustrations. The articles  are gotten up in good shape and the  publication will doubtless be of considerable benefit to the entire district.  Cascade Record.  The Boundary Creek Times, printed  at Greenwood, has issued a 40-page  holiday edition, containing views of  the city, the surrounding mines, and  general information of the section in  "which it is issued.���Rossi and Record.  The Boundary Creek Times, published at Greenwood, B.'C, by Duncan  Ross, has issued a holiday number  equal to anything'of the character ever  attempted in British Columbia. The  edition contains 22 pages of carefully  prepared matter concerning the resources of the Boundary Creek country,  and should prove of great benefit to  that district. We congratulate Mr.  Ross on his enterprise.���Nelson Economist.  The Boundary Creek Times has published a very large and handsome  Christmas number, a credit in every  way to Greenwood City.���Kamloops  Standard.  The Boundary Creek Times has issued a splendid holiday edition. The  40 pages contain views of the city and  surrounding mining camps and general information of the district. It is  well printed and a credit to the Boundary Creek district.���Revelstoke Herald.  The Boundary Creek Times has  issued a fine Christmas number replete  -with interesting and accurate information regarding the vast mineral resources of the Boundary Creek district and  the City of Greenwood. It should be a  good advertisement of the lower country, and is in every way an extremely  creditable  production.���Vernon News.  Q0tt>0 Jatewff to i%t ��>fb <xnb WefeomeB t%t (frw 1geat.  Plain truths are plainly understood by everybody. \ "Tis  not necessary to make any new promises to our old customers ; the reputation we have established the, past three  years for honest dealing and the quality of our  goods is a  SUFFICIENT GUARANTEE.  To the many new arrivals in the city and district who have  not visited our store we extend a cordial invitation to call  and examine our stock, compare the quality of our goods  and prices, and we feel satisfied you win give us a liberal  v  ��� share   of your  patronage.  @^R   STOCK   0F   GROCERIES  Is replete  with  everything  found  in  an  up-to-date  Store,  and includes  CANNED   FISH   AND   MEATS.  CANNED FRUIT, JAMS, FANCY BISCUITS, NUTS, CANDIES, COCOAS,  DRIED FRUITS, Choice Packet RAISINS AND CURRANTS.  FEOUR,   HAM,   BACON,   PORK,   CHEESE,   EGGS   AND   BUTTER.'  We call your attention to our  TEAS AND COFFEES.    We have  the  choicest  stock in the district.    Try a packet of our Colombo  Ceylon  Tea.    You .will  use  no other.    We are sure to please you in  COFFEES.     " M. & J."  Costa  Rica  and  Guatemala.  A   LARGE   STOCK   OP   CLOTHING  Gents' Furnishings, Underwear, Socks, Shirts, Pants, Overalls, Blankets, Boots  ���'*���������������'��� and  Shoes,  Rubber  Goods  for  Men,  Women  and  Children.  Note our Address  (Next door to the Postoffice)       GOVERNMENT  STREET;  OESON &  PHEEAN,  Proprietors.  Iiouis Blue.  A. Fisher.  MILLS     AND     YARDS     AT  Greenwood Cit\  ��&SK  Eholt Greek, B, C  Manufacturers of Roug-h and Dressed  SEESESSSE9  Shingles, Lath, Mouldings, Sash and Doors*  j5'4      a-V*       *��*���  tip     tip      tit-  ALL KINDS OF FACTORY WORK MADE TO ORDER  Lumber delivered to any place in the City or bo Mining Camps  nim in ��� nMfffigrrr"1"*"1  OF   EVERY   DESCRIPTION. UPHOLSTERING,   ETC.  The Larg-est Stock in the District.  UNDERTAKING     AND     EM BAi-MING.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD CITY, B.C. ..;'(/.  ��,w+tij,ii&^vhTiri>r.~w*H']mM��Mk,tftKi-*ly* ���mw*jixttnimm  ^^tmrijpfltfirt)rttej5^Eg?S  eaaaaaEJBisrotfflasgaifcrg^^^S^S:  nminllHHtiT|-' Mfiwwiiu  X4EJ22Mx*��r<��WtfM>��to ^iSJ^t^a-toittawpMgii(iar *tfrtM r,a ��tgmattW-,��,.��Vffdrfwwtfc- -. r, fi i y jBji ���% tsv**:mvUM* ujaaji;  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  i i  '.'I  J;  J  FO/?   TUNNELS,  MINES   AND   QUARRIES  COMPLETE  E   EQUIPMENT.  JAMES   COOPER    MANUFACTURING   COMPANY,   Limited  Branch Office, ROSSLAND, B, G  MONTREAL, P. Q.  JAMES  D, SWORD, Manager,  GREENWOOD   AND   DISTRICT.  R. M. McEntire has returned from  a business trip to Camp McKinney.  A. Fisher has returned from Spokane, where he' spent the holidays  with his family.  Rev. Father Palmer arrived in  Greenwood during the week and will  conduct services in the Catholic church  on Sunday morning at 8 and 10:30  o'clock.  Martin Walsh is doing development-  work on the Ten Broek an adjoining  claim to the Mother Eode. The work  done on the property consists of a,50-  foot shaft and a 200-foot tunnel.  Mr. Weeks of the Windsor hotel has  just received from Atlanta two cotton  plants. They are a curiosity in this  northern-country and are interesting  because they show the cotton as it  grows.  Advertisers are again reminded that  changes may be made as often as desired ; but to ensure attention the copy  for change must be in The Times  office not later than Tuesday .evening  of current week.  Geo. F. Horning, of Snohomish,  Wash., and Miss Catherine Nelson, of  Jerlane, Denmark, were united in  marriage at the Pioneer hotel on  Thursday, December 29th, Rev. Thos.'  Oswald officiating.  > A. Fleming, who was employed oh  railway construction in McDonnell's  camp, died in the city Thursday. He  contracted pneumonia,'which was the  immediate cause of death. The deceased was about 36 years of age.  Nothing was known concerning him.  He was buried in the Greenwood  cemetery oh Saturday.  Early-Saturday morning   a   Chinese  wash house  on   Deadwood  street  was  destroyed by.fire.    The building was a  considerable distance away from other  buildings, so that there was but little  danger of .a-\ fire  spreading.    The loss  is divided among the  people  who sent  their    washing    to   the   laundry,   the  greater portion of which was destroyed.  The building was owned  by E. Parry.  Mr. G. B. Taylor and   bride   arrived  from   Nakusp    on     Friday    evening.  They were   married   at   the   Episcopal  church,   Nakusp,, by  Rev.   Mr. Yates,  and   after   receiving   the  congratulations   of  their  Nakusp   friends   at the  residence of  Mrs. Dawson, the bride's  sister, they left by steamer for Robson.  Mr. and Mrs. Taylor have gone housekeeping in  their  new  residence, near  the court house.  Established iu 1836.  Incorporated b3T Roya.1 Charter.  Paid-up Capital  $4,866,666.  Reserve Fund  $1,38 7,000.  London Office :  3   Clement's   Lane,   Lombard   Street, E.C.  Court of Directors :  J. H. Brodie, John James Cater, Gaspard Far-  rer, Richard H. Glyn, Henry I. R. Farrer, Ed.  Arthur Hoare, H. J. B. Kendall, J. J. -Kiugs-  ford, Fred. Lubbock, Georg-e D. Whatman.  Secretary���A. G. Wallis.    .  Head office in Canade : St James-st.,  Montreal  H. Stikernan, g-eneral manager.  J. Elmslej", inspector.  ���VP���  ���    Branches in Canada :  London, Brantford, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Kingston, Quebec, St. John. N.B.,  Brandon, Winnipeg-, Fredericton N.B., Halifax  Victoria, Vancouver, Rossland, Kaslo, Trail,  Slocan Cit3r; Dawson Cit}', Klondike, -N.W.T.,  and Greenwood. B.C.  Agents in the United -States :  Spokaue--Traders'National Bank, and Old  National Bank. New York��� (,52 Wall-street)  Wl~ Lawson and J. C. Welsh, agents. San  Francisco���(124 Sausome-street) H. J. McMich-  ael and J. R.Ambrose, agents.  ���   'London Bankers :      .  The Bank of England and  Messrs. Glyn & Co.  Foreign Agents : '  , Liverpool���Bank of Livei-pool. Australia���  Uhior. Bank of Australia. New Zealand���Union Bank of Australia, Bank of New Zealand.  India, China and Japan���Chartered Mercantile  Bauk of India, Loudon and China, Agra Bank.  West Indies���Colonial Bank. Parisy-^Marcuard  Krauss & Co.   L3r0us���Credit L3rouuais.  J. ANDERSON, Manager,  Greenwood, B.C.  OT/Cj  HOTICE is  hereb3'  given,  that an application will be made to  the  Parliament of  Canada, at the next session thereof, for  an  act  to incorporate a company to  construct,  maintain and operate a line or lines of telegraph  in  the districts of Yale and East and West Koo-  tena3', iu the province of British Columbia, and  to make connection with the Hue or lines of any  telegraph   cdmpain-   in  the  United   States of  America, or with any telegraph or telephone  compaii3r which is now or hereafter ma3' be empowered to carnr on business in the districts in  question, or iu  any' other  portion  of. the province of British Columbia, with power to sell  or lease the company's line or lines to ati3r such  com pan\-, or to amalgamate the undertaking of  the compan\- with that of any other such  company or companies, or to enter into  ainr  or all  such   contracts,  agreements  or arrangements  for the transmission and exchange of messages  and distribution of  rates  of charge with another such company or companies  as  may  be  deemed necessar\- or expedient for the purposes  of the com pan3'. so to be incorporated.    .  Dated at Victoria, B.C., 25th December, 1898.  BODWELL  &  DUFF,  121-9 Solicitors for the Applicants.  A\INERS  and : :  PROSPECTORS  should Wear   : :  mes  " Columbia "  c  " Kootenay "  " Vancouver "  All of which are First-class Foot Wear.  MERCHANT TAILOR  GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  >6Sr"   Perfect fit guaranteed.  MINERAL    ACT,    1896.  ' Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  STANDARD   mineral   claim,   situate   in -the  Kettle River mining division of Yale district.  Where located : In Greenwood camp.  TAKE Notice that I, Isaac H. Hallett, agent  for William T. Smith, free miner's certificate No. 14046a ; Edwin H. Tomlinsou, free  miner's certificate No. 33381a ; and Donald D.  Mann, free miner's certificate No. 8654a, intend, sixty da3rs 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 claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 18th day of November, 1898. 117:  ':'���'   MINERAL   ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  notice.      ' ��  BEE mineraldaim, situate in the Kettle River  mining division of Yale district. Where  located : In Deadwood camp. .  TAKE notice that we, D. A. Holbrook, free  miner's certificate No. 18398a, and H. S.  Ca3'le3r, free miner's certificate No. 8058a,  intend, sixty da3rs 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 claim.  And further ta.ke notice that action under  Section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 19th day of November, 1898. 116  W. J. Snodgrass & Sons, Prop's.  Leaves Peuticton at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thurs-  da3'S, and Saturda3\s for Camp McKinney,  Rock Creek, Midwa3r, Anaconda, Greenwood,  Carson and Grand Forces.  Returning leaves Grand Forks at 7 a.fn. each  and ever3r da3- except Sunday for Greenwood  and leaves Greenwood for Pentictou on Tues-  da3*s, Thursda3\s and Saturdays at 1 p.m.  Carries the Mails, Passengers and Express.  >8Sr Will sell through Tickets to Vancouver,  Victoria, Seattle or Portland.  ���wfww'iiwfliMitoiiwmjiLWKWtiWwisCTCT *?*��� f3xn$KrT-Kirv��?.-K-3*i-x trrj^m i~��.n.. ^  m &.���1 &~���3SU��lf!'^Si3r-~rX&U.  ��� I  1  GREENWOOD is the financial and commercial  centre of Boundary Creek district. It is the supply  point for the mining camps. From the city, roads  lead  to   the���  MM  GREENWOOD,  LONG   LAKE,  DEADWOOD,  SUMMIT,  SKYLARK,  ���\ i  MM  WELLINGTON,  AND   OTHER   BOUNDARY   CREEK   CA/nPS.  Three   chartered  Banks   have   branches   in   the   city.  -o-  For price of I^ots and other information, address  r00D  or  C   SCOTT  GALLOWAY,  GREENWOOD, BOUNDARY CREEK, B.C.  Or apply to the Ag-ents :  C. F. GOSTERTON,  Vkrnon.  X   A. K. STUART, X   J. B. JOHNSON & GO.,  Vancouver. Rossland.  1  I  J w  !i-:3iis.  ���m  ���-��������  I-  1:  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK    TIMES.  vt:  fc-r  >���: .  SI  $'  If  S':-1  -���'4  Iff.'  I.  $1  ���aft ������  ���Mi  ���I  I  I"5  NBELL  &  w  asEwwawa?^tMMtt��^^  -J. iMHHFjiBfllMMMiMM'  cu  SATURDAY,   JANUARY   7,   1899  1/ '  1  l&Mp JjourttaC  �� 0��\^9  li  T  he  ���MV  ��c^xxv��.ENGINEERS   AND   BUILDERS   OF  JEKamaauM  Contractors for the design and construction of complete Stamp fills,  Cnlorination, Cyanide and Smelter Equipments.  o-  (3  a  ^    S  O.  ffl'  ?H  o  OQ.'  a  T���I  o  o  *  a  o  u  a  o  (0  ���fc  PQ  a  o  SO  a  u  o  >.:  ���v  O  O  ;*./,  *��� ��   +-i  o   v  V   S  o  O  ^&��  o  <3  *3  o  Po ���  O  o  >��*  * ft-  �����   /���*>���  a*  B",  O  o  Head Office and Works %  Branch Office  �� ��  o  ���>���  . O:.  to  ���CO  o  o  B  cr  o  IT, Vancouver,  '^5<ai;K  ��� ���"1-"^^M;W^.^i^:i^^^^^>'-"v,;;^'--^^"'^'  '*". <���  ri'-'T"^"^^-".'.'^^^*"^1^  -      .   J :;  I.!  v :  ��� i -'.  .,:..->?'.' r<a*?ft~sw;rf.��t.TV' Jfl.^atfUrtmai^.iAj.K.i.j,. *..^^-������*w,-t.;.���  .-a  o  THE McCLARY STEEL RANGE  Is handsome in appearance* easy of opeiv  ation* has splendid ba ing qualities, and  economizes fuel,    We carry them all sizes,  Also McClary Air-tight Heaters,  _  GREENWOOD,     B.C.  Dealers  in  Shelf  and  Heavy   Hardware j   Stoves,  cooking  and heating\   Graniteware and'  Tinware ?   Crockery  and  Glassware j   Iron,  Steel  and  Piping j    Ore  Cars  and  Wheels?   Powder, Fuse and Caps?   Victor Exploders?   Leading  and  Connecting.  Wire ?   Windows and Doors ?   Paints, Oils, etc,  <m~- The best shop in the district for Tinning, Plumbing and Jobbing Work.  Before ordering your  Groceries*, it "would be well to  call on A. R SPERRY & CO,,  who have the most complete  stock of Staple and Fancy Gro^  ceries to be found in the city,  ���a  1  "��/-*  Opposite International Hotel,  N��>/^  '"^���^���tK*.<r*��txm*riV^!Zvr:n^

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