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 ���*?'  ^#1Hl'  1  PUBLISHED ' SEMI-WEEKLY. IN  THE INTERESTS  OP THE BQUNDARY. CREEK MINING   DISTRICT.  Vol. V,  GREENWOOD, B.G, SATURDAY,  JANUARY  28, 1899,  Mwwwsa.  BUILDERS   OF  ^sr/Awv//.  Q^C^^C^Q^s^^^  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  ^Ss^s^^^j^3^5^3s^s^:ss3^G^Us^sWSi3sl^3:s^^^^3:^  Contractors for IJie design and construction of complete Stamp Mills, Concentration,  ; P    ' CWorination, Cyanide and Smelter Equipments.  :U  >*  i-    ,   ���  u  M  i-i  ��t^  G  o  vCj  ��W  .   <-H  O.  ..T��  '   (tJ  :.-U  :������ . C(J  S  O  ,���1  ��� o  G  ���v  O  o  '     '     ���:'  ������������ O  O  ^  t'     -  n  ' ^1-  W ���  ��� r-T  >  G  o  ~6  H  n-  u.g  st  "A  tw  1-1  o-  SS  m  o  o  nr,  ���   w  GO  O  en  ���+->,  c&  c  jo'.'  ta-  ������       fa/)  cu  a  TO  o  o/j  ti.;  ,���t  Jl  o  o  <U  ro  la'  -CO.  W  S  pal;  ��  ��er.:.;  , ��� -, ���; . '  ,3:  o  offc  �����*  w  a  CO  . o  o  fD  po  ffq  a>  n  . ts  o  'r+-  W  ��  l-h  O  oo n  >-t  oo 3  ���w  ���.   .-*.  W  0^  tr*  o  1���<  o  ��>  i�����  to  o  t;  n  pi  o  cr  Ou  \  fa  H  ' l-h  ���O-'v  o  o  \r''  Head Office and Works:  PBTBRB��K��, ��HT.  Branch Offices  MacKinnon Building, Vancouver.  IS THE UEST HOTEL IN GREENWOOD. A New Building, well furnished. Pirst-class  Service iu all departments. Choice, Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Headquarters for Mining  and Commercial Men.  ^?!?nT?H??T?T???Tm?????T????f??????T??T?n?????T???????T???T???T???f??!TT?T?????T??H?!?f???n????T?!T?f???????^  \    GREENWOOD/   B.C.  '.*'��� DEALERS   IN ���  Shelf and Heavy Hardware ? Stoves, cooking and heating}  Granite ware and Tinware? Crockery and Glassware; Iron,  Steel and Piping? Ore Cars and Wheels ? Powder, Fuse and  Caps? Victor Exploders! Leading and Connecting Wire?  Windows and Doors j   Paints, Oils, etc,  '���W  The best shop in the district for  Tinning, Plumbing and Jobbing Work.  NOTICE  IS hereby given, that I will apply to the License Commissioners for the City of Greenwood, at their next sitting (February 13thi, for  a license to sell by retail spirituous and fermented liquors on the premises known as the  Ottawa House, situate ou lot 3, block K, in the  said city. A. BOURK.  Dated Greenwood, January 12th, l.S'J'), 123  For Sale,  c��  gain  12(.  MI'ORTAI.  Lots, Barn  Address  II. E 'I  etc., a  \V.  liree.room  t Midway,  fi. KICK  JMidw  IIousi  . B.C.  :VKDS  Ii.  e. Two  A Bar-  A CO.,  C.     ���  NOTICE.  IS hereby given that I will apply to the License Commissioners for the City of Greenwood at their next sitting held afterlhe expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice,  -fora license lo sell by retail spirituous or fermented liquors on the premises to be known as  the Pacilic Hotel, lo be situate on Lot 34, block  U in thesaid city.     IIFXKY   B. MADDEN.  Dated at Greenwood, this27thdavof Januarv,  A. I). 18W,  THE GOLDEN CROWN  HIGH    VALUES    IN    CROSSCUTS  Good' Work, Being Done on This Property-  Development on Other Properties���Some  Recent Rich Strikes.  'All'that was-required, to prove that  the Golden Crown in Welling-ton camp  is rich in ore bodies and high values,  was development. Other properties  were brought into prominence because  drifts and crosscuts run at different  levels demonstrated the quantity and  quality of the ore. Under the superintendence of Manager G. H. Collins,  the.working shaft in the Golden Crown  is being sunk. Crosscuts are being  run at different levels and the result is  of a most encouraging nature.  It is only four months since work  was resumed on this property. In that  time the working shaft was sunk to'  the 150-foot level. A crosscut was run  ���Gt the 100-foot level and another at 150  feet. The working shaft runs in ore  for the first 40 feet and in country rock  for the remainder of the distance. The  crosscut at 100 feet encountered a five-  foot ore body which gave values that  were higher than those on the surface.  Average assays,'not picked specimens,  yielded $18 to $22 in gold and copper.  The crosscut at 150 feet found an ore  body equally large and much higher  values. :��� The ore in the lower crosscut  averages $32:80. in gold and nearly four  per cent, copper. These values clearly  demonstrate that'-Boundary;-' Creek'is.  not exclusively a low grade ��� district.  The mines in Wellington camp that  have been'more or, less developed bring  the district above the low-grade plane.  Drifting is being continued on the ore  bodies from the crosscuts at the 100  and 150-foot levels. The ore bodies  are well defined, being bet%ven walls of  sienite and diorite. The character of  the ore is pyrrhotite and copper pyrites  in a silicious gangue.  The Golden Crown is owned by-> a  company whose officers are wide awake  business men, and now that transportation is assured at an early date, the  the mine will be placed on a shipping  basis as fast as money, a good plant  and a large force of men can do so.  The shaft will be sunk to the 300-foot  level and crosscuts and drifts run at  different levels. The surface workings, the crossctttsand drifts from the  shaft, and the showings in the 322-foot  tunnel, run last year, all point to the  fact that the Golden Crown will justify  the expenditure of a large amount of  money. Its' ore bodies, when mined  and marketed will return big dividends  on large investments.  The company is officered by the following well known business men :  Hon. T. Mayne Daly, ex-minister of  the interior, president; Andrew Kelly.  Brandon, vice-president; W. L. Orde,  Rossland, secretary-treasurer; G. H.  Collins, managing director ; and Hon.  Senator Kirchoffer, W. A. MacDoiiald,  Harry Webb's ,,..',  Famous Chocolates  and  Bonbons ,., > /  SURPASS   ALL    OTIIKKS.  We have just received a fresh shipment.   They  are the best the market affords.  TRY  THEM.  SMITH   &  McRAE,  Books, Stationeiy, Wallpaper, Notions  and Fancy Goods,  GREENWOOD,     B.C.  120 No, 22  Q. C, J. Jermyn, Win. Johnson, W. A.  Fuller and W. J. Porter.  In addition to those claims owned by  big companies, ������ private owners, of  Wellington camp claims have been  doing good work on their properties  '���'during-.the past few months. Messrs.  , Jones & Rogers, own or have in  , terests in the Hartford, Hartford Fraction, Ranger, and J. & R. fraction. All  these claims form a group adjoining  the Golden Crown. The Ranger has a  big surface showing. ��� A 40-foot shaft  has been sunk on the 'property.  Samples sent to Salt Lake from this  property averaged S16 in gold.  ^ The Hartford has a small ledge of  ���'.very rich ore. A 13-foot shaft was  sunk on the vein. The vein widened  , from 1 inch to 16 inches . ih this distance. I/ying alongside the vein is 2  feet of rock carrying native copper.  Average assays'-from the surface of  this property yielded SIS in gold.  There are two other shafts, oh the  property. There is a well-defined  ledge on the J. & R. Fraction. Two1  shafts have been stink on the claim.  J. Farrell has done a large amount  of development on the Buttercup, another 'Wellington camp " property.  There is a fine showing of white quartz  carrying copper pyrites. On the Ironclad, another property ih which Mr.  Farrell is interested, considerable sur-  work has been done. There is a very  large surface showing on the property  giving from $3 to S12 in gold and  about 4 per cent, copper.  At the Winnipeg mine the ore body ;.,  was met from the perpendicular shaft  this week. The working shaft, which  is down 230 feet, was run on an incline  from the 150-foot level. Recently the  shaft was continued perpendicularly  and a body of rich ore was struck in  less than ten feet. ...'.-'  COMMERCIAL   ASSOCIATION.  Important Matters Discussed at the Regular  Meeting of the Association.  The Greenwood Mining and Commercial association met in Rendell's  hall oh Wednesday evening. President  Anderson was in the chair. Messrs.  W. G.  Gaunce   and  A.  M.   Rice were  elected   members. of  the   association.  *  The importance of urging upon the  government the necessity for a resident gold commissioner for Boundary  Creek district and a government agent  for the district lying south of Penticton were discussed and Messrs. Keith  and Ross were appointed a committee  to draft a memorial to the minister of  mines relative to the gold commissioner. Messrs. Galloway and Gaunce  were appointed a committee to prepare  a petition urging the appointment of  a resident Government agent. The  secretary was instructed to correspond  with residents in different centers"  throughout the district, urging that  the}' circulate similar petitions.  A   LARGE   ESTABLISHMENT.  The Huntcr-Kendrick Company  Will  Shortly  Begin  Business  in  Greenwood.  Another strong business firm has decided to begin business in Greenwood.  The Hunter Bros, of Rossland and Mr.  Keudrick of Northport have joined  forces for the purpose of opening up  a large g-cueral store. The site was  selected some time ago, the two lots at  the corner of Copper and Deadwood  streets having been purchased for this  purpose.  ���The work of excavating the lots will  be begun immediately and a two-story  block will be erected tliercon. The  buildiug will be veneered with corrugated iron, and will be the first of the  kind erected in the district.  Hunter Bros, are a well known Kootenay firm who have a large establish  ment in Rossland and branch stores  at different points. Mr. Kendrick is  manager of a big general store at  Northport. The company intend carrying a big stock of hardware and  general merchandise.  Grading Commenced.  Grading has begun on this side of  the summit. It is the intention to, put  on a large force of men near Greenwood immediately, as instructions  have come from headquarters that the  work must be pushed.. The force at  the canjp near Tillman's mill has also  been increased.  Jas. Moran has been working on the  Chancellor iu Greenwood camp for a  crown grant. The work is in 5 feel of  ore with onlv one wall. ���.'. tySM&^gl^vgzp a^w-jv^  :��rcfl ��**,��. tusjM*i��rwf vtfjr^fitjL  T H E   B GUN D A E Y.   C E E EK   TIM E S.  jr  h. malletr.  NOTARY    PUBLIC.  GHHEWX-'OOD,    3.C  MCLEOD,  PR1MGLE   &  WHITESIDE,   '.  Barristers .and Solicitors,  (ttcfnrira cpttSfi'c, efc,  Bahkett Block, .Coi'i'EK Stkicet,  GKEENWOOD.  companies which- will conform to  regulations necessary for .the protection of property and the public interests  f^ORBESM.    KERBY,  Assiic. Metii. Can. Soc. Civil ICngiiteers,  (proftttcioif JLanc- |=��urt>egor  AND  C1VI1. ENGINEER,  ������ Qtofnrs (puflfie ��� midway,   b.c:  pr    W.    GROVES,  Civil & Mining Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor,  GREENWOOD,   11. C.  Mineral Claims Reported upon.  Underground Surveys.  <;. A. Ct'E.HS, M.A.  11.   A.   GUESS,   SI.A.  -Guess Bros.  Assayers & Chemists,  Thoroughly familiar with Uouudary Creclt  and Fairvie\v mining districts. Properties  examined, assays and analyses of ores, fuels,  furnace products, etc.  Gkeenwood, B. C.  ���QHAR'LES AE. SHAW.  Givii    Engineer,  ��omtnion ono  (prottmcia?  ��onb ��stirS��gor.  GREENWOOD,       -        IJ. C.  /      CHRISTIE,   M.R.G.V.S.  'KDINIIUKGH,  SCOTLAND)  \-Dominion .Veterinary Inspector.  All   Dnincslic   Animals   treated   on ��� scietitillc  principles.-  Residence   -   -   -   -   GRIC1CNWOOD,  IS.C.  JOE C. LUCKENBEL. Prop.  GREENWOOD    :    :    :     B. C.  W. S. KEITH, M.E.,  @,05<xger ; anc- ? Chemist,  GREENWOOD     -    -    B.C.  Mines Examined and Reported on.  Q^ounbdrp Creeft'Citneef  1'UUL.ISIIKI)  SEMI-WEEKLY  11V .  The Boundary Creek Printing & Publishing  Company, Limited.  Duncan Ross..... Editor.  W. J. IIakukk. Manager.  Advert'rsing Rates are Twenty-five Cents per  inch each insertion, or One Dollar per inch per  mouth for the Wednesday or Saturday edition  separately. Legal 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  Tun Times,  Greenwood, B.C.  Suiisckiptiox, S2.00 l-EK Yeah, in  Advance.  SATURDAY,   JANUARY,  2S,   181'.).  GRANT PERMISSION.  The   by-law   validating the  agreement between the  corporation and the  Boundary  Creek  Telegraph and Telephone   company,   granting  the  latter  permission  to  erect  poles  and  string-  wires within the city, limits, should be  passed by the council  and  sanctioned  by the   ratepayers.    There may be details of the agreement that need modification  or amendment, but  under the  peculiar position of  the city, the  principal  of  allowing-  any   company,   not  asking for a bonus  or  exclusive privileges, the  right   to carry   on   business  within the city ought to be recognized.  The only   argument  that  can   be   advanced against the by-law   is  that the  city should own its own  telephone system.    Such a scheme is   impracticable  for many years  to come.    A telephone  system   such   as   the  Boundary Creek  company  has  in   view is possible, because the   intention  is  to   extend   the  line   to   mining   camps   tributary   to  Greenwood,   thus    bringing   'Niem   in  closer business   touch   with   the   city.  The preservation of an   exclusive telephone franchise for the city   is   in anv  case   an   impossibility.    Long   before  Greenwood was  incorporated   the Nelson   and  Vernon   Telephone  company  secured   the   right  to  erect  poles and  string wires- throughout  the  whole of  Southern   Yale,   and   they   can   come  into the city at   any  time without permission   of   the  council.     To  deny   a  company' the   right   to   extend   their  business   throughout   the   city   would  mean the creation  of  a   monopoly  for  the Nelson and Vernon company.    We  believe that none  of   the   aldermen or  ratepayers are anxious to give any one  company a monopoly of  the telephone  or telegraph  business  within the city.  The best way-to secure   competition is  by  granting  privileges to any and all  .     A PROCEDURE BY-LAW.     ,  The city council ought to pass a procedure by-law at  once:    Under such a  by-law, a resolution such as was sprung  upon the  council  at  its  last  meeting  with reference to the appointment of a  city solicitor  would   be  irregular.    In  all municipal bodies it  is, a recognized  rule that due notice   must  be  given of  new business.    If! the present practice  is continued, should   any alderman desire to vent  his  personal  spite or ad-  'vance his own interests or those of his  friends, all that is necessary is for him  to  await -any   opportunity  when  the  members,of the council opposed to him  are absent and then  move any resolution he may  see  fit.- There are many  instances   where the public interests  are protected by a  by-law regulating  the   business of the council.    Greenwood is too  important ���tb have municipal affairs   conducted  in   a  slip-shod,  hap-haziird fashion.  Andrew LEamy has at last reached  the 'zenith , oi his ambition and become exalted among men. If the city  council should accomplish nothing more  during their term of office, they will at  least have the satisfaction of knowing  that Andrew Leamy has been rescued  from   obscurity.  Aldermen who are an insignificant  but necessary portion of the working-  majority should learn discretion. It is  rather compromising to confess that  the only excuse for removing..city  officials is that pre-election promises  must be fulfilled.  The aldermen at their last meeting  suggested the advisability of securing  strong chairs for the council chamber.  Some of the aldermanic chairs should  at least have strong backs.   .  Gkeenwoood enjoys the distinction  of being the only city in the province  where the spoils system has been introduced.  IT wile probably cost the city more  than $25 per m6hth to have Andrew  Leamy city solicitor.  The mayor has secured  his  " working majority iu the house."  Who'i.i. be next ?  The Republic Miner.  The Republic Miner, published by  John R. Revis, made its first appearance last week. The Miner is well  written, well printed and has a come-  to. stay appearance. The first issue0  contains an interesting description of  the great Republic camp. It also contains an interesting letter from a  Greenwood correspondent.  ^���4    *V*    tV4    *V4    "''i    *>vi    *m&    oi>     vi''  TJV        ���?,��        snr        -ii,f.       ?nV      ^r       -,���?       ^'I-        5,-c  Thos. McDonnell.           K. M. McEntire  McDonnell i .-mm,  Mines, and.  Real Estate  GREENWOOD    and   CAMP McKINNEY  *%     &      a-Vfe     i'.'fc     iV*     i%     i"i-     *"�����      ��'��  ''if        '*a^        ���?����        ���?;,-���       '/i.~      ',%?        Vk-        %~      ' ^,V  C��3  ^  C5  oo  <3  <<">  o  R  o  o  H  s      ���**  ���>  11 mm i  MIDWAY.   B.C..  L EMM fllCI  MINING BROKERS.  Fire. Life and Accident Insurance.  NOTICE  IS hereby (riven, that I will apply to the License Commissioners for the Citv of Greenwood, at their ucxlsitiiui; (February 13th, for a  license to sell by retail spirituous and fermented liquors ou the premises known as the Ottawa  House, situate ou lot 3, block 15, iu thesaid city.  Dated Greenwood, January 21st, l.S'l'i.  123 J.I. "D.  TOMPKINS,  %'B-  .��"**  White. Front Store,, "from ''the'  February; to-. the 1st of March'  . ".at a; ���"Discount/-'of ������.  st  Q)^^  Fifteen Cents on the Dollar Discount.  Our Annual Sale of Clothing-, Boots, Shoes, Rubber  Goods, Shirty, Sweaters,- Blankets, Gloves,, Mitts, Suspenders, Hats, Caps, Underclothing, etc., etc.  Just Rememberl    For every Dollar's worth of Clothing-  we allow you Fifteen Cents Discount.  Note our Address_____^os��������___^-Q  'OiLSeN   &'' P.HBLAN/  (Next door to the Postoffice)       GOVERNMENT  STREET.  P.S..���Our   Grocery   Stock is   complete,  comprising- Canned   Goods  of   every  description, Teas,  Coffees,  Cocoas,   Cheese,  Bacon,  Hams,  Eggs,  Butter,  Flotir, etc., etc.  All mail orders receive prompt attention.      Goods delivered free to all parts.  THE PIONEER HOTEL  Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B,C,  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.  O'i 0'�� 0(1 '  ?.fte ?'.* '1?  J, W, NELSON  Proprietor,  F=OR  ;$ $> 4* 4* '���&* *^* *^* *i* "^ *&*4* 4* 4* 'i* *%* 4* *^* 4e 4* *i* ^ 4* 4* *4* 4c j?  Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Chickens,   4��  Oysters, Fish, and all kinds of  J  fresh and cured Meats, go to  jL^ Shops at Cascade, Grand Forks, Niagara, Greenwood and Midway. ^  ^t|) *^* (yj��i t&* *^* 4^0 Jfri ft$t�� fcft* iMj 4^* 4^4 *^rf 6& <&* ��$* J$* *&> t& *^* **rt *** JR* tiwj^  Head Office for Boundary Greek division at, GREENWOOD.  THE   PALACE   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.  Are the only direct Importers on the mainland of British Columbia of  CUMBERLAND  BLACKSMITH  Coke, Cement,  Firebricks,  Fireclay,  Lime,  Sewer  Pipe,  Plaster,  etc,   etc, etc,   o   For full particulars as to prices, etc., write  EVANS, COLEMAN 4 EVANS  , B..C.  ��*  ed, vwm i urai  Dealers in Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Butter, Eggs, etc  ilfe A1.'4 -*1'4 *V4  '�����-     V*7     %7     '^  HEAVY   WAGON   SCALES   IN   CONNECTION   WITH   OUR   BUSINESS  Silver Street, Greenwood, B.C.  Capital, all paid up,  $12,000,000.  Rest .?..:..... $6,000,000.  1                               President : '  I,oni) Stkatiicona and Mount Royai..  Vice-President :  Hon. Cli:on(:i: A, Dkusimond.   '   ,    ���  General Manager '.. ..E.S.Ci.ouston.  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    CANADIAN  Head Office V/ TORONTO.  Established 1867.  CAPITAL ::...:. S 6.000.000..'  [Six Million Dollars.]  A Branch of this Bank'has'been Opened  at GREENWOOD, B.C.  Approved Notes Discounted.  Drafts Sold. .- ' '  A  general. Banking' business transacted.  D.  A.  CAMERON,  ''Manager.'  THE   BANK   OF  Established iu 1836.  Incorporated by Royal Charter. ,  Paid-up Capital  $4,866,666.  Reserve Fund   $1,387,000.  London Office :  3  Clement's  Lane,   Lombard   Street, E.C.  COUKT OF DlKKCTOKS 1 '  J. H. Brodie, John James Cater, Gaspard Far-  rer, Richard H. Glv'n, Henrv I. R. Parrer, Ed.  Arthur Hoare, H. J. B. Kendall,-J. J. Kings-  ford, Fred. Lubbock, George D. Whatman.  Secretary���A. G. Wallis.  Head office iu Canade : St Jaines-st.,  Montreal  H. Stikeman, general manager.  J. Elmsley, inspector.  Bkanciiks 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,  Ashcroft ; Dawson City, Klondike, N.W.T.,  and Greenwood, B.C.  Agents in this United States :  Spokane���Traders' National Bank, aud Old  National Bank. New York���(52 Wall-street)  W. Lawsou and J. C Welsh, agents. Sail  Francisco���(124 Sansome-street) H. J. McMich-  ael and J. R. Ambrose, agents.  London Bankers :  The Bank of England aud Messrs. Glyn & Co.  Foreign Agents :  Liverpool���Bank of Liverpool. Australia���  Unior. Bank of Australia. New Zealand���Union Bank of Australia, Bauk of New Zealand.  India, China aud Japan���Chartered.Mercantile  Bank of India, London aud China, Agra Bank.  West Indies���Colonial Bank. Paris���Marcuard  Krauss & Co.   Lyons���Credit Lyonnais.  J. ANDERSON, Manager, Greenwood, B.C.  CORYELL'S MAP, Price $1.25.  Kerby's Map of Wellington Camp, $1.00  A line line of  Pipes,   CigarsA  Tobacco  |1 just Received.  and Pouches /  J. A. UNSWORTH,  Druggist  ��� i> i<  Midway.  1R. F. Coates & Co. I  i Contractors       |  1     And BEildersg  ^3 Greenwood,   B.C. J^:  s*    SJ  ^g   Store Fronts & Fixtures a Specialty   "���  Kerby's Map of Wellington Camp.  Candies,   Tobaccos,   Cigars,  Druggirts' Sundries. Stationery, etc..  H. B. MUNR0E, Greenwood. r''!  ���4T  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  COPPER   MOUNTAIN.  A    MOUNTAIN    OP    RICH     ORE.  A Well-Known Mining Engineer Returns From  the  similkameen  District With  Glowing  - Reports of Its Wonderful Mineral Resources���A   Large  Number, of  Locations.  The district of Southern Yale is full  of surprises for mining men; Nature  has husbanded her mineral riches in  a manner that laughs at every mining  precedent and bewilders the mining  expert. When it was announced that a  tunnel crossed the, Knob Hill ledge for  a distance of over four hundred feet,  mining men were incredulous. They  are now being convinced that the big  Knob Hill ledge is a certainty. A  bigger surprise for the mining men is  to be found. in the Similkameen district. For months men interested in '  that district brought the most startling reports regarding the mineral  wealth of Copper' mountain'. Those,  reports were always discredited, but,  when an experienced and reliable mining engineer spends three months on  the mountain, his report is worthy of  serious" consideration.  Mr. Voight, a mining engineer well  known in Kootenay, returned from the  Similkameen country on Friday last. ,  He went in there last fall and has been  working several claims on Copper  mountain. This mountain for a distance of two and a half miles back  from the Similkameen river appears to  be solid copper ore. Over five hundred'  claims have been located on this belt.  Shafts, have been sunk on over 150  claims. In every shaft there is found  the same copper ore and no barren  rock. These shafts are from 50 to 100  feet deep and are all in ore. There is  no footwall nor hanging wall. It appears to be a mountain of solid ore.  Across the Similkameen from Copper mountain is Kennedy mountain,  where the locations are equally numerous and'the ore body equally large.  The Similkameen river has made an  almost perpendicular cut 1,200 feet  deep through an ore belt five miles in  width. Manyxyears ago ex-Governor  Dewdneyc and'Mr. Allison located a ,  mineral claim ou the Similkameen V  river at the foot of Copper mountain.  They ran a tunnel from which they  got ore that ran $100 in gold and 50 to  60 per cent, copper. The claim was  crown-granted and has remained undeveloped for several years. The  Similkameen at. this ' point runs between almost perpendicular walls that  rise;for 1,200 feet, so.that it is no easy  matter to take ore from a tunnel near  the river side. The ore in the shafts'  on Copper mountain 1,200 feet above  the river is a bornite mixed with  streaks of chalcopyrite. It averages  $10 in gold and silver and 8 per cent,  copper. The central claim and first  location on Copper mountain is the  Sunset, owned by R. A. Brown of  Grand Forks. The Sunset is under  bond to the British American corporation, who intend working it in the  spring.  Mr. Voight went over to Rossland,  but will return to the Similkameen in  the course of a week. It will be interesting to watch: the development of  claims on Copper mountain. The  mountain is only eight,miles from the  richest farming countryin British Columbia, and towards Nicola are promising coal fields.  POSTOFFICE   INSPECTOR.  inspector Dorman of the Postoffice Department Makes an Official Visit.  ^Postoffice Inspector  W. S. Dorman,  ith     headquarters     at     Vancouver,  visited the   district   last   week.     Mr.  Dorman was Postoffice Inspector Fletcher's   chief   assistant    until    a   few  '"  months  ago, when he  was  appointed  ��� I1" inspector for  the mainland.    This  is  '���J&  his ,first visit to the district since his  -'"appointment.      Mr.     Dorman     came  ��� '.,' -through from  Brooklyn.    It is the in-  ��� ���'<'''������' tcntion of the department to establish  ;���'��� .2 a mail-route from Brooklyn to Cascade.  v '����� This will-not only  be a convenience to  those residing along the line of railway through McRae pass, but will also  be a short route for mails arriving by  the Crow's Nest railway. "  Speaking of local requirements, Mr.  Dorman stated that he had strongly  recommended that the easterm mail  for Boundary Creek be routed via  American lines. He saw no good reason why this plan should not be  adopted, as it would shorten the time  for mail matter from the east considerably. He also recommended to  the department that the Snodgrass  stage line be paid the amount asked  for a daily service between Greenwood  and Grand Forks.  Mr. Dorman returned to the coast by  way of Penticton, and inspected all  the offices on the way. |  KUiMtiiiiiUiUi^  Head Office and Works at  ���Belleville, Ont.  Branch Office and Works at  TRAIL,  B.C.'  THE  (tttAG  (BIaCHINE  ������o���  Limited,  Manufacturers of  Air Compressors,  Rock Drills, Hoisting and Stationary Engines, Boilers,  Ore Trucks, Ore Cars, Ore Buckets, etc,  Agents for Knowles Steam Pump Works.  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.  ^mfmmmnmmmmfnmmjwmmmmmm  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.  L/oiz:  Our Brands are  Hungarian,   Best Pastry,  X X X X       Strong ��� Bakers'  Economy,  Ask for the " O.K." brands of Flour  and you won't be disappointed.  *'.'��    *V'-    *'.'*  Greenwood City Mercantile Co  Agents, GREENWOOD.      -  Shannon    Files,  Letter  Clips,  Stick Files,  World Almanack, '99.  Chicago News '���",.'' 99.  Canadian '      "   '99.  Tocket Diaries.  rJt 1.KI1 CO  't '�����������.  Rossland.  ��&:  tM Investment m jy0  Greenwood.  LIMITED   LIABILITY.  Sf  (gedf <BMe 4itb Quitting (gxoUts,  %'  Financial & Insurance Agents  GEO.   R.   NADEN,   /nanager.  Copper Street.  Greenwood Brickyard  BROTTEN   &   CO.,   Proprietors.'  Manufacturers of First-class  Bricks supplied in any quantity; ���  For prices and all information address  BROTTEN   6V CO.,  Box 21, GREENWOOD, B.C.  And LUNCH COUNTER.  Meals at all hours.  Open Day and Night.  Private Boxes. Lunches put up.  Fresh "Eastern Oysters Daily.  WERNER & PITTOCK, Proprietors,  COPPER STREET - - - GREENWOOD,  B. C.  OF   EVERY   DESCRIPTION. UPHOLSTERING,   ETC.  The Largest Stock in the District.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  ��OT��Mi��   IHIOTIglk  Midway, Kettle River.  First-class Accommodation.   Good Stabling.   Stopping Place for Stages.  McAULEY ��. KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors,  Camp McKinney Hotel,  HUGH CAMEnoN, Proprietor.  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Ciff.irs.  Goon   Stahling.  MERCHANT TAILOR  GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  ���  ���Ko"   Perfect fit guaranteed.  i -  If your Watch is tired  TAKE   IT   TO  Boilers,  Hoists,  Pumps,  Cars,  Wheels,  Electric  Batteries  and Fuse,  mmmmmmm  Stamp Mills,  Compressors,  Drills,  Hose,  Oils & Waste,  Pipe 6. Fittings  Gongs, &c,  mmmmmmm  STOCK     ONI.     HAND     AT      ROSSLAND.  e  ��     o  0      o  :: Canadian Rand Drill Co.  P.   R.  MENbENHALL,   Agent,   Spokane  and  Rossland.  THE - -  ER,  GREENWOOD  And have it fixed rifrht.    Over 30 years' experience, aud the most complete stock of material  With which to do work correctlv,  Boundary Valley   Lodje,  No. 38, I.O.O.F.  AA EETS everv  Tuesday  /'��� V    Eveiiiiijr   .it   S.O0   fn  their lodjre room at Greenwood, B.C.   A cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourning  bieth-  ri>". . Thos. M". Gui.i.ky, N.G.  Du.vcax Ross, Rec. Sec. '   ' :  ���A.   F=.   &   A.   M.  vGREENWOOD LODGE, A. F. & A. M.'  Regular, Communication   first   'Thursday   in  every month.    Sojourniii},'  brethren  cordially  invited. J.   c.   HAAS,  C Scott, Galloway, W.M. Secretary.  COPPER   ORE  DRY    ORE  LEAD    ORE  PURCHASED, and, payment made as  soon after the receipt of ore as samples  can be assayed. ���  Quotations given upon the receipt of  samples. ,  The Hall Mines, Limited,  '^H, Nelson,,B.C.  Okell & Morris,  FRUIT .4. PRESERVING.> COMPANY,  VICTORIA,   B.C.  Manufacturers of : <  Candies,  Mincemeat,   Orange,  Citron  and Lemon Peels.    Preserves and  Marmalades.   Pickles and ,  Vinegar.  'We claim, without exception tomake the  Purest and Best - Selling  Goods  In Canada.  Ten Gold Medals and 20  Diplomas and  every  prize in Western Canada for purity. '  '       MINERAL,   ACT, ,1896.'  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  BUTTE CITY mineral claim, situate in the  Kettle River miuitifr division of Yale district.  Where located : In Deadwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that we, C. R. Garland,  free miner's certificate No. 14,116a, W.  J. Harris, free miner's certificate No. 14,227a, E.  C. Carjrill, free miner's certificate No. 14,235a,  and E.T. Wickwire, free miner's certificate No.  14,234a, intend, sixty days from thedate hereof,  to apply to the Mining- Recorder foracertificate  of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining'  Crown praut 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 erf Improvements.  ���'.,.��� NOTICE.  BEE mineral claim, situate in the Kettle River  miniiiff division of, Yale district. Where  located : In Deadwood camp.  TAKE notice that we, D. A. Holbrook, free  miner's certificate No. 1839Sa, and H. S.  Cayley, free miner's certificate No. 8038a,  intend, sixtydays from thedate hereof, to apply  to the Miniiifr Recorder for a certificate ot improvements, for the purpose of obtaining? a  crown frraut of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under  Section 37 must be commenced before the issu-'  aucc of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 19th day of November. 1898. JIG  MINERAL    ACT,    1896.  Certificate   of  Improvements.  NOTICE.  STANDARD   mineral   claim,   situate   in   the  Kettle River mitiiiifr division of Yale district.  Where located : Iu Greenwood camp.  TAKE Notice that I, Isaac H. Hallett, ag-ent  for William T. Smith, free miner's certificate No. 14040a ; Edwin II. Tomliuson, free  miner's certificate No. 333Sla ; and Donald D.  Mann, free miner's certificate No. 8654a, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Miiiitifr Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  crown frraut of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commencod before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.   ���  Dated this 18th day of November; 1898. 117  NOTICE  TS HEREBY GIVEN, that Spencer Bencr-  JL man has retired from the partnership now  carried on under the name of " Rickards, Benerman & Co.," and that the business of thesaid  Arm will hereafter be carried 011 by the remaiii-  iiifr partners under the name and style of " W.  B. Rickards & Co.," who will assume all liabilities of and collect all debts due the said firm  of Rickards, Benerman & Co.  SPENCER   BENERMA"N.  W. B. RICKARDS  & CO.  Midway, January 16, 1899.               124  Dissolution of Partnership,  I HEREBY frive notice that the partnership  heretofore cxistiiifr between M. Bei-frer and  Joseph T. Bedard has this day been dissolved  by mutual consent, and that i will not be responsible for any debts contracted bv the said  Joseph T. Bedard. -M. BERGER.  Dated Greenwood, B.C., this 10th day of Jau-  uary.J899.   _ 123-4  ESTAliMSHHD 1862.  Manufacturers of Furni/  ture, Upholstery, etc, ?��  Importer:; of Crockery, Glassware, Carpets,  Wall Paper, Linoleums, etc. Residences and  Hotels furnished throughout. All orders, 110  mailer how laifre, promptly filled,  as  we  have  LARGEST STOCK IN -THE PROWL  >%     ���*%     3>*t  w     ���*��     w  Write tis for Catalogue Hint Price List.  -**?    ^    iAf  VICTORIA,   B. C.  Financial and Insurance Agent  ; (Ttofar^ rpufift'c '.  VERNON,    B.  C.  AC, K.N'  T  T  T  T  T  1'  I)  AITII  T  r tok  he Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.  lie Royal Insurance Co.  he Scottish Union & National Ins. Co.  lie London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  he Insurance. Company of Norih America.  he London & Canadian Fire Ins. Co.  omiuioii liiiildiuff .v. Loan Association.  AtSKK   l-lill  he Canada I'ermaitent Loan & Savings Co,  ^wumiJMIMMaKMWI.WMMMMm'WMM^ I.MWttW^4*W**-��iWfl^*��WWB��SS^^  ^ ^^sawM^Tw. ^aascwaMJE yffl��Ka,^f ,���,  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  nBE  i**  SHTs^SSBSffiS  Having placed very large and extensive orders for Spring goods  and being strong believers in a progressive and up^fovdate busi/'  ness, we intend to clear out the whole of pur Men's Clothing, etc,,  and for the next two weeks ending January 3lst, will give a dis^  count of One^fifth off Men's Suits, etc, We guarantee the goods  we are selling to be A,l value at the old prices, and with the  discount off you make a net saving of twenty cents on the dollar  for cash,    Note your savings i A dollar saved is a dollar made,  SUIT ....  S7 50  "l-5th off    1 50  SUIT .....  $9 00  "l-5th off    1 80  $6 00  SUIT .-...$16 00  l-5th off    3 20  $12~80  $7 20  .'SUIT ... .$18 00  l-5thoff   3 60  SUIT ....,$10 50  l-5th off "i 10  $F7o  SUIT ....$20 00  1-Sth off    4 00  SUIT ....$14 00  l-5th off   2 ,80  $11 20  l-5th off  /    r1    S  $14 40  en's Suits and Overcoats  ? .* -i>  $16 00  -5th off.  THE SPOILS SYSTEM  ELECTION   GOODS   DELIVERED  Andrew Leamy, a Hardy Supporter, Appointed  City Solicitor���The Waterworks Question���  The Year's Work Outlined and Discussed  by the New Council.  During-  the  recent   municipal  campaign  it was freely mooted that promises  were made  to  certain electors in  the city in order  to  secure their votes  and influence.    Color   was  lent to this  view by the action of certain aldermen  whose highest conception of municipal  duty  is to act act   as   automatons and  allow the mayor to  press  the button.  Without any previous notice and with  Alderman Naden absent from the city,  Alderman Sutherland   moved that Mr.  Andrew    Leamy    be.  appointed   city  solicitor.   "The motion brought Alderman   Galloway   to   his feet with an indignant   protest   against    a    practice  which   he characterized as vicious and  pernicious   and against   the   best  interests of the city.    He denounced the  introduction   of   the   "spoils"   system  into municipal affairs.    Absolutelj' no  reason was advanced  why  the change  should  be  made.    Mr. Black had been  city solicitor for  a  year.    He  did  not  lead the council   into   any  false  roads  and they had never regretted following  the advice   lie  had   given.    Alderman  Galloway wanted to learn some of Mr.  Leamy's special  qualifications for the  position.  Alderman Sutherland then stated  that Mr. Black, as city solicitor, should  have moved in a matter that rests  wholly with the police commissioners.  According to the alderman, if Mr. ���  Lcamy were elected he would do the  work of the police commissioners as  well as that of the city solicitor.  This reason did not appear satisfactory to the mayor, so he came to the  rescue of the alderman with the most  remarkable piece of logic that was  ever heard in any municipal hall. He  gravely gave the ruling- that an alderman was not called upon to give reasons for moving a resolution. It was  for the council to pass it or vote it  down.  Alderman Galloway again denounced  the procedure as vicious in the extreme. The council could not give  any man a position simply to vent personal spite on a citizen. He moved  that the present city solicitor having  done his duty in the past, his services  be retained. This amendment found  no seconder.  Alderman Sutherland's motion was  then put. Aldermen Sutherland and  Campbell voted for it.    Alderman Gal  loway voted against it. Alderman J.  W. Nelson, who sat as alderman for.  the first time, appeared to be ashamed  of the whole proceeding but hadn't the  courage to vote, against the ticket.  The ...mayor, after some difficulty,  elicited 'the information that he was  in favor of the motion and it was declared carried.. <  There are other election goods to deliver, other pre-election promises to  fulfill. In a young and growing Canadian city, enjoying self-government  but a short time, the people have elected a council, the majority of whom, in  order to secure office, made promises  that were distinctly in violation of the  Municipal Elections act, and are now  introducing in the most barefaced  manner a spoils system as vicious as  any which has disgraced municipal  politics in a country where the introduction of the spoils system is a common practice.  ��� It is currently reported that in order  to make good pre-election promises,  new municipal offices are-to be created  arm the taxpayers saddled with additional expenditure.  After the reading of the minutes, an  application for the position of city  treasurer was read from Mr. E. H.  Mortimer. The appointment was left  in abeyance until next meeting.  Russell  &  Russell, barristers, Vancouver, made inquiries on   behalf  of a  client who is anxious  to purchase city ;  debentures.  Alderman Galloway moved that the  Boundary Creek Telegraph and Telephone company's right-of-way by-law  be read a first time. Alderman Campbell seconded the motion and it was  carried. The by-rlaw was also read a  second time, Further consideration of  the by-law was adjourned until next  meeting.  On motion of Alderman Nelson, seconded by Alderman Sutherland, it-  was decided to allow Contractor Davis  to move the rails to Copper street,  where he is excavating. Two cents a  yard will be charged for use of cars  and track.  Mayor Hardy gave a brief outline of  the street work which should be undertaken during the year. He suggested  that all streets between the sawmill  and Deadwood be graded and side-  walked, Government street graded to  the city limits, aud Copper street to  street leading to railway station. The  mayor was requested to consult With  the city engineer regarding the matter.  The council then went into a lengthy  discussion regarding engineering and  plumbing points connected with the  hying of the water pipe. After every  alderman had given his views on these  matters, the engineer was by resolution instructed to take charge of the  work and lay the pipe to the Pioneer  hotel corner.  A.committee, consisting of Aldermen  Galloway and Campbell, was appointed  to selecba site for fire hall and city hall.  CAMP   MCKINNEY.  A Rich Strike on the Waterloo���Several Deals  Made by Spokane Men.  ' Dr. J. F. Reddy, A. E. J. Percival  and Percy Godenrath; traveling correspondent of the Spokesman-Review,  returned on Monday from Camp McKinney. Mr. Godenrath kindly gave  a Times representative some interesting information regarding the mining  transactions in the camp during the  past week :  .. " Considerable excitement was cre-  ted iu the camp," said Mr. Godenrath,  " by a strike which was made on the  Waterloo. At 65 feet, in the working  shaft, a westerly drift was run IS feet.  Iu the face of the drift, where the  black and white quartz come together,  I secured those samples which you can  see are simply filled with gold. The  depth will be continued 126 feet to connect with No. 1 shaft." The samples  produced are exceedingly rich looking  specimens cof free-milling gold. Mr.  Godenrath also stated that A. J. Percival had purchased the O'Shea claim  and work wopld be started immediately on the property.  Dr. J, F. Reddy, while in the camp,  acquired the Shannon group of claims.  He organized a company and a large  amount of stock was taken by local  men. A shaft will be sunk on this  property right away.  Dr. Reddy also secured the Mammoth claim and four men were started  to work ou this property.  Work is to be  started   shortly on the  % 4- 4 4 4* 4* <# 4- 4 4* 4 #��?,  General..  4��  ��    Merchants    f  4�� ���'     ��� ,    - 4>  4> Barrett Bloclt, Copper Street, <$��  4�� ' *  4�� GREENWOOD. <#>  4�� *���  % *v* ��f�� ��P ^ 'f"f3 'f5 *$> *f> *$�� "f $*  ror   pure   drugs,    druggists'   sundries.  ,  patent'Medicines, combs, brushes,  ������/��� ���". etc.. etc., go to ,  Patent Medicines,  I1��Ij>BR.'S- rHARHACy,,.  GREENWOOD,   B.C.  Physicians'   Prescriptions  accurately   compounded..  A. FiSHKK.  li I  MILLS     AND      YARDSAT.  Greenwood City    %    Eholt Creek, B, G   Manufacturers of Roiifrh aud   Dressed ���  Shingles* Lath, Mouldings, Sash and Doors,  .   ������������ ,-, gi     $&     $"'' .'���"������'  ALL KINDS OF FACTORY WORK MADE TO ORDER',....-  Lumber delivered to-'any place,in the City or bo Mining Camps  WOOD FOR  SALE  All Leug-ths, from 16'to .48 inches.  Orders promptly attended to.  Office at  the Greenwood   Flour and Feed;  Stoke, Silvek  Stkeet,  JOHN  M.   CROPTJSY.  the Fontenoy, adjoiding the Waterloo.  The Fontenoy was bonded by Dr.  Reddy for himself and Phil J. Hickey,  J. D. Farrell and Chas. Chamberlain.  Mr. Hickey is,, expected in Camp McKinney daily and will". have'eharge of  the work on the Fontenoy. During  the past week eight Camp McKinney  properties were sold or bonded, .  Properties Bonded. ,  Geo. Renier, of the firm of Herron &  Renier, has bonded the Fitzhugh Lee  claim in Copper camp. The deal was  arranged by Geo. Burd, who went to  Spokane last week. A' joint stock  company, known as the Fitzhugh Lee  Mining and Smelting company, has  been organized to develop the property. The capital is $100,000 in ten-  cent shares. Mr. Renier has also a  bond on the St. Lawrence, adjoining ���  the Mother Lode.  Before  ordering .your  ROCER I ES  It would be well to call on A,  H, SPERRY & CO., who have  the most complete stock of  Staple and Fancy Groceries  to  be  found  in  the  city,  Opposite International Hotel  I; 6REENW  NOTICE  IS hereby (riven, that I will apply to the License Commissioners for the City of Greenwood, at their next sitting (February 13th, for a  license to sell by retail spirituous and fermented liquors on the premises known as the Ottawa  House, situate on lot 3, block B, in the said citv.  Dated Greenwood, Jattuarv 21st. 1S*W.  123 H.  I>.  TOMPKINS.  Choice Fresh Groceries  ��� Try Our ���    '  APPLES    ; HAMS '  CURRANTS BACON  RAISINS FLOUR ..'.'"  ,-   NUTS COOKIES  CITRON PEEL   CANDY  LEMON       " PICKLES  ORANGE    " EGGS  OATS IN ANY QUANTITY! ���','.  , All kinds of Canned Goods.  All Fresh.    Prices O.K.  Copper Street. Greenwood,  January 5th, 1899.  To the Citizens oe Gkeenwood,..;  ..and .Boundary Ckeek:  I respectfully call your attention to the fact that I have opened  a general Fancy Goods store in  the Postoffice Block, Government  Street, carrying a full line of  Fancy  Goods,  Stationery,  Confectionery,  Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes and  Smokers'Articles,    -  Watches, Clocks, Jewellery  etc, etc,  I carry the nicest stock of Fancy  and Plain Clocks ever brought into the district, at prices that will  warrant you iu purchasing one; : '���  Remember alsothat anything  you desire in the Jewellery line  that I have not in stock, I can  take your order for and get goods  direct from the manufacturers at  lowest possible prices.  .'.'-.���*'  -VI  HENRY SAUVE,  Postoffice Block, Greenwood,  A Choice Line of Staple'aud Fancy  Has Arrived.  EVERYTHING   FRESH.  4�� We want your patronage, ��$���  n. E. f RAZEE,  Grocery and Bakery,  Hamill Block, Copper Street, Greenwood.

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