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Array l):  !-.  ,Legislature Library  .-.���'.' "  , V-'ii'-'v . .X  '-���-.  Published Weekly in the Interests of the Boundary Creek Mining'District; -  Vol. VI.  GREENWOOD, B, C, SATURDAY, JULY ��� 1,"   1899,  165  No, 9.   ���vwwwvwvi. BUILDERS   Oriirnoiw,,.^.   FIQBERN  MAC  Contractors for the design and construction of complete Stamp Mills, Concentration,  Chlorination, Cyanide and Smelter. Equipments:  fi  o  1  ���1-  <-H  o  44  ��� r-l  to  u  o  ���tits  .a  o  o  ���x  o  O  u  o  ^  *  .,-<  O    (J  +->  . o  o.S  u  ������1  ^3   ro  t-i  O  CO  ��'  ���s?S  M-H  o  o  M  GO  O  4->  ��'  e3  ' 'u  (U  o  ba  a-  ...*H  M  <1  c5  'fc  cj  o  (3  W  PQ  ��'  o  s  ������.Si  o  ���  o  no  CD  (���*>  E��  ft*  n  ��<  o  Ro  c/>  CO  n  ��  o  >~*  n>  Ui  rr  >t  CD  0)  n -  a.  &.  (is.  5'  6  Up  ���-��  ^i-  "3��  fB  J��  a.  SM  ���v,  f->  H  CT  o  S3  o  tr  ��<  (71  #  O  3  0)  CO  o  ���>  C/q  (T  ts  .  l-h  O  CO  o  o  Head Office and Works :  ��MT.  Branch Offices j  Vancouver, B. C, Rossland, B. C,  And Greenwood, B.C. harry howson. Agent.  Afrcnts for British Columl.ia  BOYD BURNS &Co.Vancouvcr,B,C  Wholesale Dealers in  Plumbing-and   Engineering- .Supplies  Manufactured 1>y the B  c, Portland Cement Co.  at Vancouver aud guaranteed equal to any im  ported cement in the  countrv  HARRY HOWSON  Local Agcnl  GREENWOOD, B. C.  ..CAULFSELD& LAM ON'  m" ijs^^4b^x *y  7QF  DEALER  IN    SHELF    AND   HEAVY    HARDWARE,  ,,, GRANITE WARE, ETC, ETC ,,.  Dowsnell Washers, ��� Ajex and Royal Canadian Wringers, > Wire Screen Clotli, ��� Screen Doors.  * ' f <> > A  Large Consignment of  Window Glass Just Received, s <> *.  !>/>  ��i&ft�� f  ��$$��������$����$��$  YOU   Inspect  Our  Stock  And Get  Our Prices  ���   ���    ���    ���   ���   ���   v  Wc carry a full stock of merchandise including all kinds of staple aud  fancy groceries.  .���Flour, Feed, Vegetables, Fresh Eggs, -Fruits, Cured  Meats, Fuse, Caps, Powder, Earthenware, Glassware,  Crockery..  ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS AND MINING HARDWARE  a, h, Sperry & co���  Copper Street,     ���     ���  ���*<����,    I      *���**.     ��&.    Jfe.     ^*U    ^*\  Greenwood, B, G *^��  WMiiUWB  IS THE BEST HOTEIj IN GREENWOOD. A New Building-, well furnished.  Service iu all departments. Choice, Wines, Liquors and Cigars.��� Headquarters  and Commercia! Men.  First-class  for Mining  Copper Street, Greenwood,  ^fHfmmnmmmmmmmn?f!?mmH?f?m?f!?ff?f!?n?ff?n?nn!?f?i?!Hf!n?f?!mn?f!ffnmfHf?K  THE BONDS ARE SOLD  CITY   BONDS  PURCHASED  FOR  101  The Manufacturers' Life Association of Toronto  are the Purchasers.���The Price Considered  a High One by Financial Men.  The city loan for 1899 has been floated. The purchasers of the.'bonds are  the Manufacturers' Life Association of  Toronto and the price paid is 101. The  deal was arranged by R. L. Paterson  General Manager for Miller and Richards who visited theLcity- some time  ag-o. Mr Paterson was greatly impressed with the substantial appearance of  the city and his attention having- been  called to the loan he at once placed himself in communication with the head  office with a view to securing- the debentures for the Manufacturers Life.  The Manufacturers Life offered 101  and this'offer' was accepted by the  City Council. The amount is ��� to" be  borrowed is $30,000 made up as follows :  Municipal Building's aud Lot S3650;  Cemetery S32S0, Streets $15000 Waterworks $8100.  The price offered for the debentures is  considered a high one for a young- city.  Last years' debentures were sold at 92  or 9 cents less -than this year.; Last  years' loan had also the advantag-e of  being- the first bonded indebtedness of  the city.  ward, caused by the resignation of Alderman Cropley, Were ordered to be  held on the 12th of Jul}- and election, if  necessary, on the 15th.  Aldermen Cameron, Wood and Galloway Were appointed a special committee to look into matters connected with  street improvements, etc. The clerk  was Oidered to get debentures  printed.  Council adjourned to Wednesday 5th .  inst.  DEATH   OF   MRS.   HARDY.  CITY COUNCIL.  A meeting of the city council was  held on Wednesday evening-, at which  Mayor Hardy and Aldermen Galloway,  Sutherland and Wood were present.  .A letter from M. E. Miller ; secretary of the celebration committee, requesting- that several of the streets be  cleared for the 3rd and 4th, was received and filed.  A communication from Dr Schon,  medical officer of health, was received  and it was decided that the salary of  that official be $25 per  month.  A telegram to the'mayor, from J. F.  Junkin of Toronto, was read, offering  101 for city debentures. The offer was  accepted.  Harry Howson, representing- sports  committee, asked for use of corner of  Greenwood and Copper streets on afternoon of 4th for drilling- contest. JRe-  quest  granted.  By-law 24 rate by.law  dered and finally passed,  this year will be 14 mills  11 mills special tax.  Aldermen Galloway and Sutherland,  were appointed a committee to see representative of The Wave, a San Francisco publication, which purposes issuing- a special addition descriptive of  Greenwood and district, aud were ordered to purchase 500 copies of the  paper if they deemed it advisable.  Nominations for the vacancy in south  The Wife of Mayor Hardy Passes Away on  Sunday Last.  On Sunday, June 25, Margaret Curry  Hardy, wife of Mayor Hardy of Greenwood, died after a short, illness at the  ag-e of 36 years. Mrs. Hardy was the  daughter of A. B. and Mary Curry, of  Kintyre, Alborogh township, Elgin  county, Ontario, and was married in  1891. In that year Mr. and Mrs. Hardy  settled on a ranch at Grand Prairie., In  1893 they moved to Boundary Falls, and  afterwards to Anaconda. In 1898, Mr.  and Mrs. Hardy took up their residence  in Greenwood. Mrs. Hardy was the  first white woman to settle in the district, and was hig-hly respected by all  who had the pleasure of her acquaintance. Two children, one 6 years and  the other an-'infant���-only a few days  old���are left to mourn her decease.  The funeral took place on Tuesday  afternoon, and was attended by a large  number of people from all parts of the  district. Impressive   services , were  conducted at the cemetery by Rev. Mr.  Dunn. The deceased was a member of  the Rebecca Lodge of New Westminster,  who ordered a beautiful wreath to . be  placed on the coffin along with the  many other floral offering's.  The pall-bearers were Aid. Sutherland and Cameron, and Messrs. Crop-  ie}', Campbell, Phelan, and Russell.  THE   CELEBRATION.  was reconsi-  The rate for  general  and  Union Jacks, Stars and  Stripes, Red Ensign, White  Ensig'n, Canadian, Cuban,  Phillipino, Royal Standard,  Irish and Scotch, in a  variety of sizes.  Smith & McRae,  ^Copper St    Greenwood^  Committee has Made Final Arrangements for  Two Days Carnival.  The final meeting- of the ��� Celebration  Committee was held on Wednesday evening when arrangements were , perfected for the two days' carnival of Sports.  Everything points to a succesful celebration.    The  carnival will be opened  by a wood chopping contest Monday at  11. a. m.    It will be held at the corner  of Copper and Deadwood Streets.    The  first prize is S25 and   the  second   prize  S10. In the afternoon a Lacrosse match  between two local  teams will  be  held  on the Athletic grounds.    Horse racing-  will also be held Monday afternoon on  the Athletic Grounds.    The tug of war  will take place the same  afternoon   at  5.30  at the  Pioneer hotel   corner.    A  grand ball under the  auspices of the  Volunteer Fire Department will be held  monday  evening-.     Tuesday  morning-  the small sports will be held on  Silver  street.    There will  also  be a bicycle  race. The horse racing- will be concluded Monday    afternoon   and  the same  afternoon the baseball match  will   be  played be-..een Greenwood and  Grand  Forks. The drill contest will take place  at 5 ocioek  Tuesday   afternoon  at  the  corner of Copper and Greenwood streets.  There will be a grand pyrotechnic display on Jubilee mountain Tuesday evening' and the celebration will be concluded by a ball to be given under the direction of Mrs. H. A.  Foreman.    Residents are again requested  to decorate  their   houses and   business  blocks.    A  prize of S25 will be given   for  the   best  decorated building- in the city.  Sl'KCIAr.  I'KIZKS.  E. Parrj-, proprietor of the   Imperial  Hotel, has offered a special prize of S50  to the   Boundary   Creek   team  drilling  the  deepest   hole   in   the match on the  4th, and S75 extra has been   subscribed  by the remaining hotels to the winners  in this contest.    The Hunter-Kendrick  company will give two suits of clothes,  valued at S75, to the team from Bound-  i ary Creek district drilling the greatest  number of inches.    This makes a total  of S500 for the drilling contest.  The Greenwood Miner offers a  special prize of one year's subscription  to the winner of the chopping contest,  aha also to eacn oi the win9e���rs >n the  drilling contest. *>-^,  | M. E. Miller, returned from a trip to  ; Spokane and Walla Walla on Thursday  j last. While in Spokane he made pur-  , chases for the fire works display on the  ; evening of the 4th.  Thos.. Hogan has completed assessment on the General Shafter,   a  claim  i adjoining   the  Sapho,   near   Midway.  i The work done consisted of an open cut  uncovering a quartz ledge giving  copper and gold values, THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  I.   II.   IIAI.J.KTT.  II. C. SHAW  HAL LETT c& SHAW  '; q0arrtetev6, ��&o?icitoxB,  NOTARIES   PUBLIC.'  PARIS   EXHIBITION.  Cable Address: "hahett."  ( Bedford M'Neill's  ) ijrooniUall's.  I Morel  ( Lei be  r's.  Greenwood,  b. c.  DRINCLE   &��� WHITESIDE,  Barristers and Solicitors,  (notaries (puBft'c,' etc.,   ,  Bakkijtt Block, Copper Street,  rreenwood.  R.  B.   KERR.  Barrister and Sor.icrroK,  Notahv PiniLie.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  J.   I(.  IIKOWN.  j. S. M  AI.K. 1IAI.1.. I.I.. II., IS. C. J.  MOHKISON, I..I..1I.  gdff, QKroten fy (UXomson  Barristers and Solicitors, Notaries  Public, Etc.  Xadun-Flboil JJlocl.-, Copper Street .Greenwood.  PZ-ORBES   M.    KERBY,  Assoc. Mem. Can. Soc. Civil Engineers,  (protrinctef ��cmb ^��umgor  AND CIVIL ENGINEER,  ��� Qtotarg fjpUfiflC ��� MIDWAY,    B.C.  pr     Wi    GROVES,  ���' Civil & Mining Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor,  GREENWOOD,   B. C. "  Mineral Claims Reported upon.  Underground Surveys.  O.   A.  GUESS, M.A. H.  A. GUESS,  M.A.  Guess Bros.  CHEMISTS AND ENGINEERS.  Mining- Properties Examined and Reported on.    (Estab. 1895).  Greenwood, B. C.  QI1ARLES AE. SHAW,  Givil    Engineer,  ��ominion (mo  (prottinci'af  fitttio fiurBejjor.  GREENWOOD,       -       B.C.  jyiOWAT & PALMER  Mining, Real Estate,,,,,  and Insurance Agents  GREEN-WOOD,     -    -    -      B. C.  m. n. keeper,  Real Estate and A\ining Broker  OPPicE   OVf2R   BANK   OP   B. N. A.  GREENWOOD.  w.  B.    PATON   &   CO..  Mining and  ���' * '  Real Estate Brokers  GREENWOOD.   B.C.  J^    IV. ROSS,  MINING AND SHARE BROKER,  COLUMBIA, B. C.  Boundary    and    Camp    McKinney   properties  given especial attention.  The Provincial Mineralogist is Arranging for  a British Columbia Representation.  Mr. William FleetcRobertson, provincial mineralogist, has been deputed by  the Hon'. J. Fred. Hume, minister of  mines, to look after the proper representation of British Columbia's mineral  wealth at the Paris Exposition. The  minister' could hardly have chosen a  better man for the task. Mr. Robertson  will g-o up the Coast in a few days to  obt;i:n specimens, and will then leave  fir Vie Interior to get samples of Ross-  lauu, Nelson, Ymir, Slocan, and East  Kootenay ores.  It must not be supposed that the  provincial mineralogist is confining  his attention to ore samples. He stated  yesterday to the News-Advertiser that  he had been to see sawmill men regarding- 7,000 feet of choice lumber for the  interior of the. Colonial Building' at  Paris. It will be fitted up at Ottawa.  Pie said :���  ' " We.lhave managed to get the Paris  Exhibition Commission to take British  Columbia lumber for the interior fitting's of the exhibition buildings. This  is entirely separate from forestry exhibit ; it is simply for use in the inside.  The Hastings Mill did not have quite  the particular stock that it thought  was good enoug-h, so we have managed  to get a couple of weeks extra time and  the mill will provide the 'stuff for us,  for which the Provincial Government  will pay."  "Yon will go up the Coast shortly? "  "Yes. I have made arrangements  here for'building-stones to be cut and  prepared by Mr. Bradbury. He will  prepare them all of a uniform description. 'Everybody is meeting- us very  fairly, and none are trying to make  any profit. As far as I have gone,  every quarry man is turning in his  stone,'and we are having- it cut the  uniform shape.";"  Mr. Robertson also stated that the  Canadian Pacific Railway company was  giving-,a very cheap freight rate for all  stuff for the Paris Exhibition.,���News-  Advertiser.  whose industrious able-bodied members  earn a fairly comfortable livelihood for  themselves and those dependent upon  them, than for a.country to claim at its  social apex a number of millionaires,  or even multi-millionaires, with a proletariat at the foot which has a hard  struggle to earn a livelihood under civilized conditions. The inevitable outcome of such inequality is serious social unrest which, sooner or later, in a  self-governing drtro~ratic community  causes the up'ris;; i.f dangerous movements in the direction of social revolution.  We are fortunately not threatened  immediately by any such danger, but  in viewof such a possibility of the future, would regard with some natural  apprehension organized efforts to bring  into our labor market any large numbers of the cheapest workers in the  world.  It is possible of course���and we hope  this may prove to.be. the case���that the  several hundred Italians who are stated  by the Witness to be arriving in Montreal daily en route for British Columbia, may really be men who are making, via Vancouver, for Hawaii, into  whose island plantations a large importation of Italian workers is about to  be introduced.���News-Advertiser.  GREENWOOD   is   the   financial  centre   of  Boundary   Creek   district.      It  Money Made  Is Money Saved:  point  for.   the  lead  to   the  mining-  camps.       From  and   commercial  is    the    supply  the   city,    roads  DEADWOOD,  SUMMIT,  SKYLARK.  WHITE  AND  ATWOOD,  SMITH'S,  GREEWNOOD,  COR PER,  LONG   LAKE,  WELLINGTON,  AND   OTHER   BOUNDARY  Three'- chartered' Banks  have  CREEK   CAA\PS.  .���     '       'l   .        '    . 0  branches   in   the  city  i\'��  You can  make money ,by  buying your  ..GROCERIES..  at Bannermari Bros,, Copper St,  POSTOFFICE   ACT   AMENDMENT.  ' W. S. KEITH,  M. E.  F.     KETCHUM.  KEITH & KETCHUM  L  B. C.  GREENWOOD  Mining Properties Examined  AND    REPORTED    ON.  REAL ESTATE AND MINING  PROPERTIES.  . .    THE MART. . .  GAUNCE & WICRAYIRE,  Agents.  Greenwood.  FJAUEtf: C.E., P.U.S.  VANCOUVER  A. E-  ASHCROrT,C.E.:P.LS  GREENWOOD  BAUER & ASHCROFT  (proomci'nf ��<m& gwruegoro.  (tt)(m'njj nnb O'uif &\$inttrins.  Mineral   Claims  Surveyril and Crown Craiited  Laud aud Eniriueeriiitr Surveys  Flood-Nadeii llloclf.  -   -    (IKKESIVOOD, 11  C  G. M. HILLARY, B. Sc.  ASSAYER   AND  CHEMIST.  Mr. Mulock has introduced''the bill to  further amend the postoffice act. In  explanation of the measure he said that  the first section proposes to extend the  privileges now enjoyed of enclosing  accounts and circulars in copies of  newspapers sent to regular subscribers,  so that similar documents may be enclosed in -sample copies" sent to those  who are not subscribers. The second  section makes eligible, for the position  of superintendent of railway mail service, clerks who have been ten years in  the railway mail service, whether in  the office or on the trains, or both. At  present only those who have been ten  years on the trains are eligible, which  provision rather lessens the choice, as  many railway mail clerks who are  brought into the office as assistants to  the superintendent, are thereby rendered ineligible under the existing regulations for promotion. The third section provides for the establishment of  a late fee for mailable matter, mailed  after regular hours for closing the  mails, by which to enable the postoffice  to forward to the trains matter that  would ordinarily have to await the next  train. This system is in force in Great  Britain. The last provision enables  the department to indemnify and make  indemnity with respect to lost registered mail matter, to the extent of S25,  or whatever less sum is actually lost,  and to charge fees for an insurance  fund from which to make good the loss  to the department. Mr. Mulock also  submitted a return of the appointments  made at the Toronto postoffice, and  copies of correspondence and papers  connected with the contract with the  British American Bank Note company  respecting the printing of stamps.  Best  cooking  and   eating  apples in  the market.  Copper Street, Greenwood,  Established 1862.  ITALIAN   LABOR  FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Furniture  Carpets  Linoleums j  Cork Carpet  Curtains  Wallpaper  House Furnishings.  larjre  stock   of  Fine  and   Medium  Priced Goods in above lines.  For pricr: of T,ots aud other information, address  FGT.   WOOD  or  C.   SCOTT GALLOWAY,  GREENWOOD. BOUNDARY CREEK. B.C.  Or apply to tin- Agents :  C. F. CuSTiiinON    X   A. K. STUART,   X   J. .JOHNSON & CO.,  VKKiNor' Vancouver. Rossland.  ���M>K*^����H��-aX-��*KO��t^T  ��� �� O/="^r/0��' ������     NADEN-FLOOD BLOCK, COPPER ST., <3REENWOOD, B. C  ��� Gnuluntc   Pennsylvania'College of Dental   Surgery; Philadelphia.     Licentiate of        J  ��� Jtritisli Columbia .-  J  ROSSLANO.  investment mi j^  Greenwood.  LIMITED   LIABILITY.  Financial & Insurance Agents  GEO.   R.   NADEN.   -Manager.  l^��4f*��4IK��4t^4fl  USE  BRAND PLOUR,  *-GREENWOOD   *  Rout Feed, Produce i Commission Co.  Dealers in Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Butter, Eggs, etc,  iV4     iVi     A'i     A'S  11$ 1t�� ?..* ?A*  HEAVY   WAGON   SCALES   IN   CONNECTION' WITH   OUR.  BUSINESS  Silver Street, Greenwood.  Graduate   of   McGill   University  iCtiyineeriiijf.  GREENWOOD    -   -  in    Mining1  B. C.  c. C. IC, D.L.S., I\L.S.  Surveying and Engineering  undertaken in any part of  British Columbia.  Mining    Work    a     Specialty,  COLUMBIA, B. C.  Kerby's Map of Wcllington'Canip.  Candies,   Tobaccos,  Drujelrts' Sundries. Stationery  Cigars,  etc.,  H. B. MUNROE, Greenwood.  The Montreal Witness is in a recent  issue responsible for the announcement  that Italian workers are entering that  city by hundreds daily from New York  en route to work on mines and railroads in British Columbia. It is under  existing circumstances to be hoped that  the suggested influx is not nearly so  large as the Witness reports, for the  advisability of a big present immigration of Italian cheap labor into our  orovince is niipsrioriahle -,,JXhl" avoratrfi  remuneration of labor in British Columbia may conceivably be reduced  without much difficulty to a point below that which it is advisable to maintain in the general interest of the community, this being one strong point in  our objection���though there are, of  course, others���to an undue'influx of  Mongolian labor.  A general maintenance of fair living  wage conditions in a country will usually mark that country as one in which  the aggregate of prosperity ranks fairly high, and ir :s certainly better for a  land   to  claim   a   population,   most  of  Our bread flours are made  from wheat pronounced !ry  experts at Minneapolis and  Winnipeg as Extra, No. 1  Hard, and our flour as the  superior of any brands now  on the market. Buy O K  Brands of flour and yoii--'  have the best article the  market affords. Oiir Brands  are Hungarian, X X X X,  Patent, and Strong Bakers,  and our Pastry Flours; Best  Pastr}' and Economy.  ��OT��wr ihi��t:  Midway, Kettle River.  First-class Accommodation.   Good Stabling.   Stopping Place for Stacks.  McAULEY d KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors.  A.   FlSHEJi.  MILLS     AND      YARDS     AT  Greenwood City  %  G AND li '"J!  .RDS     AT  Eholt Creek, B, G  ��� Manufacturers of Rou^li   and   Dressed  ARMSTRONG, B. C.  Shingles* Lath, Mouldings, Sash and Doors*  *V��     *V4      *V*  ���*n-       "in?      ^ft~  ALL KINDS OF FACTORY WORK MADE TO ORDER  Lumber delivered to any place in the City or t,o Mining Camps \  -75  u  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  WAR   EAGLE   INQUEST.  The Jury Say that the Men did not Use Proper  Care in the mine.  The further sitting of the jury  summoned to enquire into the recent  accident at the War Eagle mine,   whereby  four miners lost their lives, commenced  yesterday at 2 p.m.    A. C. Gait appeared on behalf of the company.,, Provincial Inspector of Mines Macgregdr, who  had viewed the scene   of the disaster  during the morning, was  present and  put several questions to the witnesses.  John B.   Hastings,   superintendent of  the War Eagle mine, was in attendance  but was not asked to give any evidence.  Charles Coulsori, the sole survivor of  the shift at work, was the first witness.  Beyond having his arm in a sling and  complaining of deafness,  the  witness  seems to have completely   recovered.  He told of the explosion and what happened just before and what he did  afterwards.   He said that if the dirt had  been cleared, from the face of the drift  , the men at work might have seen  the  hole and the accident might have been  avoided.    He  understood  that it was  the duty of the on coming shift to clean  away the muck for their'owh protection  and he could not say why this was  not  done. The cause of the accident was the  running of -the drill  into the missed  hole Lree and Griffin had drilled the fatal  hole and the 11 o'clock shift on Wednes-  dayonight had fired  it.  Dr. Angus Kenning testified as to  the services he rendered at the time of  the accident and to the death  of the  'four''men.'XaXOOIav';"' '��������� ������   ������' .���'������..'  John Fitzwilliams, general foreman  at the Wari'Eagle,' said he at once went  to the scene of the accident when informed about'it. The witness: said: that  the men's own carelesness caused the  explosion. They should have examined  the face of the drift before commencing  work, to see if there were any missed  holes. It is customary among miners  for the outgoing shift to report to the  incoming one if there is a missed shot.  Part of the powder in question had exploded leaving.some still remaining in  the hole.,..The witness said that he  knew of only one way to avoid the reoccurrence of such accidents, and v.that  was for the men to use proper care and  inspection before proceeding with their  drilling.   '  Inspector,Macgregor asked the witness several questions, but 'elicited  nothing that   had   hot   alreadj'   been  ;  touched  on.  ''.���..���;;���;.;,-:::   .;.y.v..-.  As the jury intimated that they did  hot require any further evidence the  coroner gave the case to them on the  conclusion of Fitzwilliams' testimony  and in about 30 minutes they returned  with the following verdict:      , .  We, the .undersigned jury summoned  to enquire'into the" cause of'the deaths  of Daniel! Green',, Charles Sturgess,  Charles Lee and Michaal Griffin; after  viewing the bodies and the spot where  the deceased were at work when they  received the fatal injuries, and,carefully listened to and reviewing the evidence find that the aforesaid men lost their  lives from being' struck with rock  thrown out by an explosion, said explosion being caused by a drill (operated  by two of the deceased) striking powder  which had missed fire in what is called  a "cut hole" in the face of the drift in  which these hien were at work.  We are of the opinion that the accident could have been avoided by the  exercise of proper care on the part of  these men in making a thorough examination of the holes previously made  and supposed to have been properly exploded by the workmen on one of the  shifts preceding them. It appears to  us in view of the fact that the nature  of the work necessitates a succession,  or following one another of different  shifts or gangs of men that such accidents can only be avoided by a thorough  examination of the face of any drift to  ascertain if there are any holes which  are not fully exploded before drilling  others which may come in contact with  them.  The failure of these men to take this  precaution was evidently the primary  cause of the accident. We are also'of  the opinion that there should be co-operation for mutual protection on the part  of the various shifts working in the  same.face or drift, in, making careful  reports tosucceedlng t.hifts of the condition, m'which'theyilea.veJtheir work,  especially with reference to any shots  that may not have exploded.  (Signed): John Dean (foreman), Thos.  Brownlee, J. E. Thomas, W. A. Blair,  W. S. Heron, Henry Roy.  Coroner Bowes then informed the  jury that they were discharged from  further  attendance.  m  If  m  if  II  a!��  5;-^!  W. I). I'AI.MEK.  K. HUXTIiK.  8  Contractors and Builders  TURNING AND.'BANDS A WING  ,  ��  A  SPECIALTY.  SHOP   AND OFFICE, SILVER ST.  '..   GREENWOOD, B. C.  M<4  sag  ���S&S  ��&  ��M  m  ^????TTfTT?HnH??T?TnTT??nTrTT??T?HTnf?T??T????nT?TnTTHHT?????T??T???T??n??T?T??f?n??r??r?H??nHT?TnfH^S  THISTLE : :  is the Best Scotch Whisky  '   ���AND��� ' "  SEAGRAM'S  The Best Canadian.  R. P.  SOLB AGKNTS:  RlTHET., '&, Co.  VICTORIA     B.C.  Ltd.  Head Office and Works at  ���'���'.Belleville, Ont.  Branch Office and Works at  Trail, B.C.       <  ^ ��$* �����= 4* ^ #> ���#' #> # *f"ld >& <&'%>���& "I5 *#> ���%> <%* *$��'��#�� <%> <& ��f�� *f* ���$> ��f* *f�� <$ *��* <%* *f?��  THE   (WIaC  (HlAGHINE  Co, Limited,  , Manufacturers of ���       ' ,  Air Compressors,  Roc  Drills, Hoisting   and Stationary Engines, Boilers,  Ore Trucks, Ore Cars, Ore Buckets, etc,  Agents for Knowles Steam Pump Works.  Our Shops at Trail are most complete, consequently we are in  a position   to handle all  .    kinds of Repairs.    If you are troubled with your brills freezing, or wish to  save money buying repairs, then  USE   OURS.  7iimimimni^^^  A\INERS and : :  PROSPECTORS  should Wear   : :  s  " Columbia "  " Kootenay "  " Vancouver  All of which are First.class Foot Wear  mmmmmmmmmmmmm  B.C. Assay Office  '��� ,   .    . '' '''���' ���       CP*2��=9 ���  "iff fiO *Sji��  reliable 'work.-.'  GREENWOOD,    -     B, C.  UUMlUilUUiMMUMiUiUiMi  PIMIII  .   W. J. Snodgrass & Sons, Prop's.  Leaves Penticton at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays for Camp McKinney,  Rock. Creek, Midway,- Anaconda, Greenwood,  Carson and Grand Forxs.   '.'  ".  Returning- leaves Grand Forks at 7 a.m. each  and every day except  Sunday for Greenwood  '  and leai'es Greenwood for Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 1 p.m.  Carries the Mails;.Passengers and Express.  .OS* Will sell  throiig-li Tickets to Vancouver,  "Victoria,;Seattle or Portland.  .  R. G. Gardom has been appointed  customs collector at Midway. Mr.  Gardom is now with Mr. Gilpin, the  collector at Grand Forks, but he will  take charge of the Midway office the  first of July.  Mining, Stock,  and Real Estate  Exchange;,., * ,  Temporary Office ;  Government Street, Opp. Post Office,  GREENWOOD,  B.C.  ��� O'i.        il'i        -V4       ���*����       iVi"  ��� -siF      i'?      v���- ���    ���?���--      1(^.  Parties having copper claims for  sale kindly call on us, and give full  particulars. Would be glad to get any  information from parties familiar with  location of unsurveyed claims. Expect  to go to press very soon, and wish to  have correct location of every claim in  every camp: for, our Boundary Creek  Pamphlet. City property for sale; call  for particulars. Business lots on Copper, Silver, and Government streets.  Some choice sites for residences. Our  lithographed plan of Greenwood mailed  free, for 50 cents. -  ;���:-.:/.'���'������ '���'" ���'���'."'���������;; ':   , ' ������������..'; ���<;;"���"���].  Midway, B. C, May 20th, 1899.   .���  To The Editor,  ; Boundary Creek Times, ���   ���'.,." , '  Greenwood, B. C.  Dear Sir : ������'������'���;-"     ". ''  I have recently learned -since my partial recovery front, illness of  long duration that during the recent visit of Mr'. Leonard Norris, assistant  commissioner of Land and Works, several land cases in regard to the: towa  of Beaverton or the pre-emption of W. T. Thompson were tried.  I never heard of them ! ! They were never tried !.! : simple for, the  reason that they never existed, Then why ? Because the title to Beaverton is perfect. ���' '. 'v '��� ������'������.. ..���::':-���:.,  Who owns Beaverton ? The trading men in Greenwood mostly !  Bankers, the townsite'owners of Greenwood, )'-our leading brokers^ assa}Ters,  merchants, mining men,  and citizens.  ; Why do they own property in Beaverton ?    Because they know a good  thing when they see it.    That is what  is building Greenwood  city up. so  fast,' and besides, they have been on the groundand have seen it themselves, r  Beaverton  is  the   cerminus of the West Fork branch of the Canadian  Pacific Railway, there.are no other branches in that part of the country.  Why is Beaverton going to be prosperous and a large and thriving .  centre ? Because itis the key to the entire mining district, and running.,  right up to, in fact right into the���town,' are some of the largest and richest  surface showings of mineral on the continent. Ask such experienced men  in these matters as Robt. 'Wood, George Guess, C. Scott Galloway, J.' C.  Haas,;James Sutherland, C. Mr. Shaw, or in fact anyone who has been at  Beaverton what he thinks of it ?  Yours truly, ��� .���'������ .   . . ���  W. T. THOMPSON.    '  VICTORIA, B. C.  LONDON, ENG  VANCOUVER, B. C.  TURNER, BE ETON  &   OO.  WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS,   SHIPPERS   AND  IMPORTERS.  KOOTENAY   BRANCH    /   ^    ���    ���   ���   NELSON/B/C  To Commercial Travellers  and Public we are prepared  at all times to give you a  first class.....   at a reasonable rate to all  points south of Penticton  to Cascade City if desired,  SCHUB^T^ BARNES  LIQUORS,  Tobaccos,  Boots,  WRITE    F=OR   CATALOGUE.  CIGARS,  Carpets,  Tents,  DRY GOODS,  China Matting,  Ore Bags,  TUNNELS,  MINES   AND   QUARRIES  Straight Line Duplex and Compound  OOMPELTE   MINE   EQUIPMENT.  JAMES   COOPER   MANUFACTURING   COMPANY,   Limited  MONREAL,  P. Q.  Penticton, B,c     Proprietors. Bt*anch  Municipally of The City of Greenwood.  ELECTION NOTICE.  PUJiUC Notice is hereby (riven to the electors of the South Ward in the-Municipality  of the city of Greenwood that I require the  presence of the said electors in the court House,  tu Greenwood aforesaid, on AVeduesday, 15th  July, 1899, from 12 o'clock noon to 2 p. m." for the  purpose of nominating an Alderman to fill the  vacancy created by the resignation of Gcortre  H. Cro'pley. Further notice is hereby j^iveu  that iu the'eveut of a poll beiufr necessary such  poll will be opened on'Saturday, 13th July, 1SW.  at the court house aforesaid "from 8 a.'m. to 4  p. m. of which every person is hereby required  to take notice aud govern himself accordingly.  Given under mv hand at Greenwood this 2Sth  day of June, 18W. G. li. TAYLOR,  Rcturniiifr Officer.  Office, ROSSLAND, B. C;  JAMES D. SWORD, Manager.  D. McARTHUR  6c  CO.  NELSON. B. G.  Have just received a larire consignment of carpets direct from factories in Scotland. Also linoleums  and oil cloths, which they will retail or wholesale at very low prices. Also five carloads of furniture for  spring- stock.    Will be  sold at  very  low  prices  to introduce our   business   in  the Boundary Creek country.  WRITE    F=OF?    CATALOGUE    AND    PRICES  D. McArthur & Co,, Wholesalers and Retailers of Furniture, Carpets, Etc, Nelson, B, C. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  Qj3ounbar�� ��ree8 ��tme#  i>ui!i.isiii:i> \vi;i:ki.v hy  The  Baunlary Creek Printing &  Publishing  Company, Limited.  Duncan Ross......: Editor.  W. J, Hakbek Manager.  ..SATURDAY,  JULY  1,   1899.  WESTERN RAILWAY RATES.  Many western papers have taken up  the question of excessive rates charged  by   the C. P. R.   and other  companies  ,.  in   the   west.      In   reference   to   this  matter the Toronto Globe says':  It is announced from Winnipeg that  the Northern Pacific Railway has made  a reduction in fares on its Manitoba  system from four to three cents a mile.  If the Canadian Pacific wilt follow this  example over a wider field the change  will no doubt serve its own interest as  well as that of the general public. No  course, could be more popular than a  general overhauling of freight and  passenger tariffs on the western sections of the transcontinental road. ;That  there is abundant room for improvement no one will deny, and it cannot  be ultimately profitable'for the railway  to pursue a policy certain to foster discontent. The present rate from Winnipeg to Brandon over the main line of  the Canadian. Pacific, 133 miles, is  three cents per mile. From Brandon  to Calgary, some 700 miles, and to all  intermediate.points, it is four cents  per mile, and from Calgary to the  Pacific terminus and on all traffic between these points the rate is five  cents. No return tickets are issued at  reduced fares'except to Calgary to the  Pacific terminus, and on all traffic between these points the rate is five cents.  No return tickets are issued at reduced  fares except to Calgary, which is but  one of many .features'of the present policy which has the appearance of a monopolistic advantage.  Many western papers.are complaining-  loudly  of existing rates.and methods,  and :, the   comparisons   instituted  with other British colonies are not  always favorable to the Canadian northwest.    The fare from Winnipeg to Calgary, 840 miles, is $32:50, while in New  South Wales it would be  $17   for   the  same distance.  A return ticket to   Calgary, the only point to which a reduced  rate can be secured,   is   $50,   while   in  New South Wales it would be $29.    In  the  Australasian   colonies   there    are  many other features especially  advantageous to the public.   Not only  are  ordinary fares lower than  in  Canada,  but there are special   reductions on a  sliding scale for long distances, regular  reductions on return tickets, and provisions by which school children  travel  at one-fourth the usual rate,   the age  limit for   that   favor   being   eighteen  years.      This   railway   policy   in   the  southern  colonies   has   resulted   in   a  great volume of traffic and  in  many  general economic advantages. In addition to these fayors to the public  there  is no charge for carrying the mails nor  for Government business.    It would be  unfair to compare the Australian  conditions with those surrounding the operation of the Canadian Pacific Railway.  The Government railways in the southern colonies are not operated for  profit  but for the benefit of the public.   They  are not made tax-collecting institutions.  Some of them have been subject to error on the other side and have had deficits to be made good by taxation.    But  while a comparison with Australia may  be   unfair   to   the   Canadian   Pacific,  there are many features in the western  management of that road which call for  reform.    Local rates in many instances  are unreasonably heavy.    The railway  has more   power   and   more   authority  than can safely   be  conferred  on  any  private corporation, and the result is a  condition certain to provoke discontent.  giving the knowing ones plenty to  think about. It has been definitely  announced that the smelter is to be  built on the North Fork, but Mr. Graves  has purchased the Carson townsite,  Spraggett's ranch, and a portion of  Mclnnes & Vaughan's ranch. The  latter properties adjoin the Carson  townsite. Railways or smelters are  not built in a day, and it will be extremely interesting to watch the future  movements of the big companies.  i'OARD OF TRADE.  Theke is no good reason why Greenwood should not have a live and vigorous board of trade. There are so many  matters of importance to the city that  require organized action, that a board  of trade is. a necessity. Every business  man should become a member, and  give a little, of his time towards promoting the interests of the city.  S1DLEY    NOTES.  F.J.MITCHELL  A LARGE  HAS JUST  RECEIVED  SPRING ^SUMMER  SUITINGS.  PERPECT PIT  GUARANTEED.  Government St.     Greenwood,  Gem Restaurant  And LUNCH COUNTER.  Meals at all hours.  Open Day and Night.  Private Boxes. Lunches  and delivered.     Ice  cream  in  Telephone  put   up  season.  WERNER '& P1TT0CK, Proprietors,  COPPER  STREET - - - GREENWOOD,  B. C.  ankof Montreal  Capital.  Rest   all paid up.  $12,000,000.  $6,000,000.  A Choice Line of Staple and Fancy  W. M. SPROTT  Has Arrived.  EVERYTHING   FRESH.  At about,4 o'clock Tuesday evening  between Johnston Creek and Rock  Creek on the government road, two  half-drunken Siwashes, named Norris  and Johnnie, from the head of Okanagan Lake, assaulted and robbed George  Cawston. Cawston was riding, and  leading a pack-horse, wheii the two j  Indians rode up, and demanded his |  money. While he was struggling with !  one of them, the other nearly tore his  pants off, and succeeded in tearing the  pocket out. After securing $40 in cash  arid a $40 cheque, they decamped.  Charles Winters,, the Camp McKinney  constable, is now iu pursuit of the robbers, and it is expected that they will  soon be in custody.  The Granite & Banner stamp-mill  is expected to. be dropping dri . ore  this week.   ' ,  ���4* We want your patronage, ��$���  Greenwood, B.."c.  Next Door    to   Telephone\  Office. j  i/VA. E. FRftZEE,  Grocery and Bakery,  Hamill Elock, Copper Street, Greenwood. '".  .^  ^.^^.^1*^^.^  AN IMPORTANT BILL.  GREAT NORTHERN IS COMING.  Provisions for Reeulating  Railway and Telegraph Companies.  An Ottawa dispatch says : A bill of  considerable importance will, be taken  up by Mr. Blair at the next meeting of  the railway committee/ "Its" provisions  will deal with the building of telegraph  and telephone lines; public bridges and  the operation and control of railways.  Perhaps the. most important is that  which refers to the operating rules for  railways. It is provided that the railway committee of the privy council  may make rules and regulations for all  railways within the jurisdiction of the  Dominion parliament. These rules  supercede all previous ones. Such  rules will be subject to the approval of  the governor in council. Another provision in the bill is to give power to the  railway committee of the privy council  to order, railway companies to erect and  maintain stations at given points. The j  bill provides that anyone destroying  the gates, fences or buildings of the |  company or entering a train with the |  idea of defrauding companies of fare, i  will.be liable to fine and imprisonment, j  The telegraph and telephone com-!  panies incorporated by act of parlia- !  nient are empowered to break up or |  open any highway subject to the i  jurisdiction of the municipal council, j  Travel is not to be obstructed, and j  companies are not heedlessly to destroy,'  shade trees. The surface of the street;  must be restored to its former state, i  Iu case parliament shall order at any j  future time wires to be placed under j  ground, the companies now entitled to !  carry them on their poles will not be ,  able to recover damages. In case of I  companies incorporated to construct \  railway and general traffic bridges, no '  discrimination for transportation can.:  be made against any company. . i  CORYELL'S mP, .Price $1.25, |    McELMON,V  Kerby's Map of Wellington Gamp; $1.00  '- '' - A fiile line of  Pipes,   Cigars,p  Tobacco  and Pouches  klusl Received,  J. A. UNSWQRTH, ,  Druggist >''Midway.    |  ll;F,eoates&Go.l;  ^Contractors       p|  i     And BuildersHi  ^5 Greenwood,   B.C. ����::  ���'99 ~/��c ^*ic Vt* ����������-'  ;^3   Store Fronts & Fixtures a Specialty   g^;  Gl'i'l-il v.-uod Si.  Opposite   K.'iuliUl's  New, Block,  Having quit the stage  express office I will devote  my whole time to the  watch repairing business.  3  MS  re =  ���A'  6  o  u  o  MODEL    CAFE.  W. R. Courts, Prop.  A New Restaurant in the Flood-Naden  �� Block, Run on the  LIVE AND LET LIVE PLAN  Our Tea, Coffee or Cocoa is  Always Fresh and Well Made  Camp McKinney Hotel,  HUGH CAMERON, Proprietor.  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Goo   SrAiiuxe.  Vi  cog-  :p6  c-o  Proprietors of the Fletcher &  Goodhue sawmill, is prepared  to furnish all kinds of Rough  and Dressed ���  LUMBER,  Lath, Mouldings,  Etc., Etc.  Greenwood Office���Corner of Mineral  and Kimberley streets.  oco.  ^4*4,4,4*4.4,4*^4*4.4^  i��  Tin-: intentions of a big railway  company are always matters for conjecture. Railway magnates do not  usually make public their intentions  unless it is in their interests to do so.  It is therefore difficult to determine the  meaning of so.much surveying by the  Great Northern engineers on the reservation'.- It is surmised/tbai. ihs: -Grea.t_  Northernscompany intends getting into  Republic at an early date, the road to  start from Davenport���about 40 miles  west of Spokane. From Davenport to  Republic is ai>out 80 miles. But apparently the Great Northern is also anxious to tap the Boundary Creek country, and is surveying routes to Midway and Carson. It is quite possible  that the C. P. R. and the Great Northern have decided to work together. It  is definitely announced that the spur  from Columbia to Carson will be built  by the C. P. R. this summer. There is  absolutely no business for this spur  unless connection is secured with the  American  side.      Mr.   Graves  is  also  ! Just Arrived  4��  ������ 49* m <�����!  A FINE LINE OF- ...  California lloltled  and Canned floods   A Most Complete  Grocery /Stock  ��e<fl>Mi��i<i>t<miw�� 9*9��m+%+m*9*9,iM  Rex Meats  Hazelwood Butter and  Eggs always in stock.  4��  A"fc    dft    A'i     A'i    s'ii    ��Vt    A'i     A"i     A'i  '<t?        W        "?ftr        '^       �����!.-       '-..*         ''AT        W        -��..-  TIior. McDonnell.            K. M. McEntir  McDonnell i mniire,  Mines and.  Real Estate  GREENWOOD    and    CAMP MCKINNEY  \��4       O'i   >   ��"i       \t'i      O'i     O'i      O'i       ���*'��.       *.*'*.  V.?      ~&*      5S?      ~*JF     Vp     ~w      %���       'if      ^i'~  ^g��<@X@K��K��8��K  I  I  I  Shannon    Files,  Letter  Clips.  Stick  Files.  ���MIDWAY.   B.C.  MINING BROKERS.   MC   Fire. Life and Accident Insurance.  Save Money by purchasing your Ticket direct  from Greenwood to points on the Coast or East.  OCEAN     TO     OCEAN  Without clianpe of Cars, via  And S00 PACIFIC LINE  4��  <��  4�� Barrett Block, Cpper Street, 4��  4�� GREENWOOD. ������  / i> / i>  f World Almanack, '99.  | Chicago News " '99.  �� Canadian "   '99.  Tocket Diaries.  I  &z  ujiino.  y  The" IMPERIAL LIMITED."  The fastest trai n  between   the   Atlantic and   ...Pnc.iJ5c ���    ..-������    - '-  Eastbound leaves Sicomous Jet. at. 2:35  Westbount lea-ses Sicomous at ."!.23:26  Comiectiiifr steamer leaves Penticton.  TUESDAY. THURSDAY, SATURDAY. 7:30 a.m  Conuectinjr steamer arrives at Penticton  MONDAY.   WEDNESDAY.     FRIDAY,    17:30  Copper Street. *1&  Accelerated  service into the Kootenay Mininj,r  District.  Through Tickets to all Eastern Points  AT LOWEST RATES.  For  full   information   as to time, rates, Etc.  also  for copies  of Canadian   Pacific Kailway  publications apply to  F. T. ABBOTT. - Agent, Greenwood.  Or to   E. J, COYLE,  Dist. Passcujrer Atjent, Vancouver.    B.C.  President: '���'���'.���  Lord Stkathcona and Mount Royal.  Vice-President:  Hon. Geokge A. Drummond. '  General Manager........:  ..E. S. Clouston.  .,.   ���. ���; :*  p ���_; - .������-',������  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.1  Drafts issued,  Collections made,  etc.  Greenwood Brancri.  ,   F. J.  F1NUCANE. Manazer.  THE   CANADIAN  Head Office V/ TORONTO.  :       Established 1867.  Paid-up Capital ��� / $6,000,000,  [Six Million Dollars.]  Rest..  $1,000,000.  PRESIDENT.  HON.   GEO.   A.   COX.  , E. WALKER,  General Manager.  J.   H. 1-r.UMMER,  As.st. General Mauag-er.  This Bank has the largest number of  Branches of any Bank in Canada,'with1  Agencies at New* York, Chicago, New  Orleans, Skagway and Dawson City..,,;  Accounts of Corporations, Merchants','  and Individuals received on favorable  terms.',    ���   ���������������>., ������������������    ��� <-: ������-.-.��� ;i;;i-. j,,;  Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travel- :  lers' Credits, and Circular Notes issued-  available inany part of the World.  Approved Notes Discounted, Collections; made.   ���  A general. Banking business transacted. ;.    .."......:.,,  Greenwood Branch....  d. a. ca>\eron; H  Manager.:  THE  BANK  OF  Established in 183C.   ::  Incorporated by Royal Charter'    '-���'������'������  Paid-up Capital ...$4.&66.666  Reserve Fund...........:.....   $1,460,000  1 Loudon Office: ���  3 Clement's Lare, Lombard Street, E. C.  DlKECTOKS':o  James Carter. Gaspard  Coukt OK  J. H.  Brodie,  John  Farrer, Richard H. Glvn, Henrv I. R. Farrer,  Ed. Arthur Hoare, H. j'. B. Kendall, J. J. Kin^s-  ford, Fred Lubbock, Georpre D. Whatman.'  Secretary, A. G. Wallisy ���   .  Pead office iu Canada: St. James stM Montreal,  H. Stikeman, general manager.  J: Elmsley, inspector.  ' -��-.. ���  tie  :      Bkanchks in. Canada:  Loudon,    Brantford,      Hamilton,    Toronto;  Montreal. Ottawa, Kiiig-ston, Quebec, Sti'Joliu��"  N. B., Brandon, Winntpetr, Fredericton, N. B.j,  Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver, Rossland, Kaslo,  Trail, Ashcroft. Dawson City, Klondike, N. W.  T., Greeuivood and Atlin. B. C.  Agents in the United States:  Spokane���Traders' National Bank and Old  National Bank. New York���(52 Wall street)  W. Lawson aud J. C. Welsh, agents. San  Francisco���(124 Sansome street) H. J. Mc-  Michael and J. R. Ambrose agents.  London Bankeks:  The Bank offjEugland and Messrs. Glyn & Co.  Fokkign Agents:  Liverpool���Bank of Liverpool. Australia���  Union Bank of Australia. New Zealand���-Union  Band of Australia, Bank of New Zealand.  India, China aud Japan���Chartared Mercantile  Bank-of India, Loudon and China. Agra Bauk.  West Indies���Colonial Bank. Paris-Marcuard,  K.ratiss A: Co.    Lvous���Credit Lyounais.  F. T. SHORT, Manager,   Greenwood,   B.   C.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  SEALED  TENDERS,   properly   indorsed,  whole or separate, will be received by the -  Honourable the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and   Works up  to Friday the 7th Jul}-, for the  erection aud completion of School Buildings at-  the followiog places, viz :���  Greenwood, Ashcroft, Slocan, Revelstoke and  Fernie, B. C.  Specifications, drawings and conditions of  tender and contract may.be seen at the Government Offices, at Victoria, Vancouver, Ashcroft,  Revelstoke, Vernon, Greenwood, Nelson,  Slocan, Fort Steele aud Fernie, B. C, ou and  after the 23rd June.  Tenders will not be considered unless made  out ou the forms supplied, and signed with the  actual signature of the tenders.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  W. S. GORE,  Deputy Commissioder of Lands & Workn.  Lands a'nd Works Department,  Victoria, B. C, 7th June. 1899. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  THE WINNIPEG MIRE  SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY  A Large Amount of Development Carried Out  at a Low Cost���Good Values at Different  Levels.���A Rich Chute at 300 Feet���Good  Smeltine Ore and High Values���The Plant.  EDUCATING   THE   EAST.  When the absence of  transportation  facilities,   the   excessive   cost   of   the  necessaries of life, arid the difficulties  in securing mining supplies,  are considered, the transformation in the Winnipeg mine from the time of its location  to the present state of development  is  a remarkable one.    The Winnipeg was  located in June, 1895, by  Duncan,, Mcintosh,  who stuck to the property, and  is now  president of  and  one of   the! ��  principal holders in the company which  is developing it.'     Nature   has  been  generous  tov the Winnipeg, furnishing  it with ledges of rich ore, but the credit  for making.the Winnipeg' a big mine  is due to Mr.tMcIntosh. ^Single-handed,  he went.to work to develpp' the property  at a time; when  there was  but* little  encouragement for. the expenditure of  energy���;or .money.)Hvl ,the   Boundary  Creek district. ;-He soon demonstrated  that the Winnipeg ,was -.; a '-'property  of  unusual   merit.- -~ Mining -men. made  flattering offers to purchase the Winnipeg,   but  with  the  stubbornness  and  canniness   of   a   Highland   Scotsman  Mr.  Mcintosh refused.      He believed  that the original  locator of the property,  who bore all the hardships of the  prospect;stage, could well afford to take  chances of making.a:larger stake than  that offered by the capitalists.   In July  1897, he; succeeded  in  organizing  the,  Winnipeg^Mining & Smelting company  with himself as president and  managing-director, ,D. H. Beecher���a prominent North  Dakota banker���treasurer,  and W..i\'. Honey secretary.1   Sufficient  of the treasury stock was sold to place  ample funds at the disposal of the company for development purposes.     The  new company began work in November  1897.     Today the-Winnipeg has more  developrrientjWork than any other mine  in the district, and it has been  carried  on  at ;a-; less cost.    A double compartment shaft���14 x 8)4���runs  to the 300-  foot leveL;  at the 50-foot level there is  a 74-foot ilrift run west from-the shaft,  and a 36-foot crosscut.     .There,' is 500.  feet of drifts and crosscuts at the 100-  fobt level,, and 360 feet at the 300-foot  level, making nearly 1,300 feet of work  in all.   All this work has  been done  under the  personal supervision of Mr.  Mcintosh, and this probably  accounts  for the exceptionally low cost.    A record has been kept of the cost of work,  including outlay for labor, timber, pow  der, candles, and fuel. For $6.72 per  foot, 579 feet of work was run during  five months of last year. The  ground is, of course, favorable to cheap  work, but careful management is primarily responsible for the low cost.  The ore is a rich pyrrhotite. At 'the  50-foot level two ledges were crosscut;  one is<2to 6 feet wide, and the other 5  to 8 feet wide. The work at the 100-  foot level crosscuts several chutes of  rich ore. At the 300:foot level, the  drift runs through a new chute 90 feet  in length. ' The ore gives high gold  values. Five tons sent to the North  Port smelter gave $74.41 in gold and  44 cents in silver." This is above the  average value, but there are 1,500 tons  of ore on. the dump which will ^average  not less than $30 to theton. The ore  is an excellent smelting ore, and a very  low rate has already been offered for  transportation and treatment. Although no effort has been made to  stope out the ore, there are already  6,000 tons in sight without considering j  Mr. C. D. Porter Has a Good Word to Say For  The Boundary Creek District.   >  C. D. Porter, representative of the!  Kansas City Refining,& Smelting company, whovisited Greenwood last week,  has been doing good work during his  visit to the city in advertising the mineral resources of British Columbia.  Last week the Times republished an  interview with the New York Commer--  cial Advertiser. A lengthier interview  appeared in the Montreal Herald of  recent date. Speaking of the Boundary Creek country, Mr. Porter said :���  " Going from the west to Rossland,  you enter what is known as the Boundary Creek country, which lies between  Christina Lake and Midway, a distance  of about 60 miles. In this area are  situated many mining camps, which  are named after the individuals who  the claims, and the names,  were I to repeat them to you���some  huhdred of them���would be too tedious  reading in ' a newspaper,article', but I  may mention that here yon have such  well-known .properties as Knob, Hill,  Old Ironsides, Mother Lode, Brooklyn,  Stemwinder, and B.C.���all of which  are sufficiently developed to prove that  they are exceedingly valuable properties ; and they .will in the near future  very materially increase the production  of both gold and copper in British  Columbia.  ..-. "Pursuing our way: still further west  we come to the, Camp McKinney district, in which is situated the Cariboo  mine, which"'is'also "well known in  Montreal as a dividend payer. From,  there out west to the sea, and even to  the islands of the sea, the country is in  a measure undeveloped, but every  mountain range shows promising veins,  many of which will,- no doubt, when  developed, make profitable mines. Taking the country I have briefly described  to you as a whole, I do not hesitate to  say that it is one of the greatest, biggest, and best mineral fields for investment and development known in the  world today.  " The new line of railway from Rob-  son to Midway will be completed some  time during this year, and many short  branches, or spurs' I ought rather to  say, will be constructed to different  mines throughout the Boundary Creek  country. In fact, the facilities which  will be given by the" Canadian Pacific  Railway company for the handling of  large bodies of low grade ores will be  practically'all that/anyone could wish,  and it will enable these ores to be marketed in the near future, and thus the  mines will ..become hot ..only self-sustaining*'but dividend-paying.  .>....   .  WILL  MAKE  A  FEATURE  OF  MINERALS.  L. K. Armstrong, secretary of the  mineral division of the Spokane Industrial Exhibition, has issued a circular,  from which the following is taken :���  "The annual Spokane Fruit Fair  has been merged into an event of  broader scope than heretofore, and this  ���its sixth year���is to be known as the  Spokane Industrial Exposition, with  mining as its most important feature.  Extensive exhibits are expected from  all ;the.camps of this state, and those  sections of, British Columbia, Idaho,  Montana, and Oregon heretofore represented, with the addition of all other  camps available.  "Additional features are to be added  in the exhibition of mining machinery,  and awards will be made on the merits  of the exhibits upon the recommendation of a competent jury.  "A special excursion of mining investors- from eastern cities is to be  undertaken. From the present outlook  it is expected that such excursion will  be. made, and that several hundred  eastern people will participate.  " The American Institute of Mining  Engineers will-hold their annual convention in San Francisco in October,  and negotiations are aheady started to  induce those from the east to return  via Spokane, where they can stop over  for a few days, and after examining  the  exhibits   in   the   exposition,    visit  the new chute at  the 300-foot  level, j some  of the outlying camps.       This  An upraise will be run in this chute at j organization is composed  of  the  lead-  an  early  date,  and  the 200-foot level  will be driven.  The plant at the Winnipeg includes a  6-drill compressor, one 60-horse-power  boiler and another 35-horse-power boiler, a 6x8 hoist; a No. 5 Cameron pump,  and 2 machine drills. The buildings  include a frame shafthouse���24x50 feet,  a comfortable office, a bunkhouse,  messroom, and stables. The branch  railway to Greenwood and Wellington Camps from the main line will  pass through the Winnipeg, affording  good facilities for shipping the ore.  The property is situated about 10 miles  from Greenwood.  High values, good ore bodies, low  cost of minining and treatment, are  striking characteristics of the mine.  It has passed beyond the doubtful development stage, and is sure to become  a big shipper and big dividend-payer.  Those who take an interest in mining  investments appreciate this fact. Less  than six months ago, the stock was  quoted at 17 cents. Today it is up to  35, and hard to get at this figure.  ing mining men and engineers of this  country, and will probably number  three hundred in attendance.  "Parties have been selected in near  ly all the mining camps who are urged  to see that creditable exhibits are made  from their sections.  ,  "Every effort will be bent to make  this the greatest mineral exhibition  ever shown in this country; it only  remains for those who are chosen to  represent the camps to make it such."1  Three men are at work on the Tiger  adjoining- the R. Bell. There is a shaft  on this property 56 feet deep. The  shaft wiil be sunk'to the 100-foot level,  and a crosscut will be run from the  present level. The Tiger has the same  showing as the R. Bell on the surface,  and stands a splendid chance of developing into.a big mining property. It  is owned by Fred Munns and G. Goodhue of Greenwood, Alex. Owen and Joe  Baron.  Look Any Further Than The  ���fe *$* ��f* ���$�� ��f* ���%*  Next Door to Postoffice.  ...FOR  Goupil '& Holden, signwriters, painters, paperhangers, etc., etc., etc.  THE  CELLAR.  OINKS,  pools need; attention  Garbage Boxes and Cess-  now. Sometimes .sickness in the summer months is  due to lack of disinfectants. Be on the  safe side���use Cheolin now.  ���;/;'.<: (?-<**��> : V ,._;���:  CREOLIN is a prompt, reliable and  safe disinfectant. It is. not poisonous,  aud that is one of the reasons why it is  in such demand. Death through carbolic  acid is frequent. '  IN addition to its use as a general  disinfectant, Crebliii is ait agreeable  deodorizer for the sick room, an effective home rented}- for burns, cuts and  other hurts; and a useful application in  treating' skin blemishes land parasitic  diseases of animals.  THREE table spoonfuls of Creolin  mixed with a gallon of water makes a  good disinfectant  MILLER BROS.  Druggists and Jewelers.  VERTICAL   ^  We can strongly recommend this  Pump to those requiring its special.type.  The extreme conueniuiice of the outside  packed form enables it to be read Unpacked and taken up. The absence.of  the projecting valve gear etc. is a feature in avoidingbre;..Kagesduring hoisting and lowering iu the conferred space  where these pumps are used. It is fitted  with convenient suspending hooks and  the piping arrangement takes up the  least possible, space. Mining superintendents and those interested in Mining  Machinery would consult their interests  by sending for catalogue and quotations  before installing their plants. We  manufacture Pumping Machinery for  everv conceivable dutv.  T-" ���� HF(.fO.OI I.  ��g 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4*4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4*4* 4* 4�� 4* 4* 4* 4*4?  **  The Best Beer in Town is Made by The  .   -   *��*  ' "^ & PORTMANN ^  J��ASK for  4��  Proprietors.  Elldiorn  "5*    The Elkhorn Lager Beer contains only pure Malt ami Hops.      Try it !    ������  ��J��    It is kept on draught or in bottles by all the leading hotels in the districts^  PATERNIZE HOME INDUSTRY.  Of Every Discription.  Heavy Shoes from... '. $2.00  Miners' Shoes from..;... 1;$3.75  Pants..-...:....: ....: $2.00   $1.50  shapes and  ^ Underwear, Suits from.  Straw  and   Kelt  Hats  all  Pair  Pai  Pair  Pair  si7.es.  Our Leader Overawls..   $1.0(1   Pair  OUR BRANCH STORE  AT ROCK GREEK  CARRIES EVERYTHING IN ..THE LINE OF  Grocery, Clothing, Hardware, Boots & Shoes, Powder, Steel   :.Etc, Etc,  ',-..:  RENDELL  "Beaver Creek, West Fork/'  We can accommodate you with  a complete Prospectors'  Outfit at same prices as Greenwood plus freight  .........FOR PARTICULARS APPLY AT...  OLSON & PHieLARE-:   =  Government St,     NextDoortoPostoffic"        Greenwood^ B. C.  54 4* *%> ���*�� ^ ��j!�� *j�� ��$? 4* 4* 4* 4* 4? 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4*3?  *  *  *  ���*  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  i--  June lSthi  Hams and Bacon will be reduced a  half a cent a pound- in sack lots only*  Qualtity same as last  p.   BURNS   <&  CO:  Head Office for Boundary  recK division at GREENWOOD;  Shops at Cascade, Grand Forks, Niagara, Greenwood and Midway  St .<$. Jji. <J}U fy Jfr, <$��*$< *f*��$* *$**?* *$"f* *$* *f"$';'*f�� ���$��� 'I' *$"$"$* *$* 'f'^  EVERY    DESCRIPTION. UPHOLSTERING.  The Largest Stock iu the District.  ETC.  UNDERTAKING    AND   {EMBALMING.  J  L.OEY &  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  THE   PALACE   LIVERY 1ST ABLE.  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  yfcs  Room 10, Naden-Flood Buildin THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  ENBELL  ',.,.. OFFERS A SAFE, SURE AND RELIABLE SPECULATION./.,-,',.  There is no surer thing on earth than that Rendell is located in the most natural position to command the trade  of the rich mining section of the West Fork country. Located at the confluence of Beaver Creek and West Fork  of Kettle river at the Junction of the two railways and main line of the C, P, R, nothing can change its natural  location, TO THE MANY BUYERS Eager to get in on the ground floor of Rendell we beg to say lots will be  on the market" as soon as the survey is completed. W.c'pi-cfer to ccmplete the survey in preference to selling paper  lots,,      In the meantime don't be decoyed,       f  KETTLE   RIVER ffllMNC   DIVISION.  Record of Mineral Locations for the Weeks  Ending June 21 and  28. 1899.  .    ���:   ,:':       June 14.; ;':������'���.  Crocodile, Smith's camp, R. Gardom and J.  P.  McLcod..   ...        , .  Canterbury, Smith's camp, R. Gardom & J.  P.  McLcod. ���������" .  Red Top, Tripple Lake camp, A. P. Thomas..  Molly Gibson, West Copper camp, Dana Barton  Quebec, Long Lake camp, F. H. Gaugon.  Lake View. Graham's camp,  M.  Sullivan and  C. D. Burbauk.  Silver Chief, Graham's camp, C. D. Burbank.  June IS.        '  Hidden Treasure, Kimberly camp, A. Schmiter  June 10.  Codfish, White's camp, W. J. Kirkwood.  Carbonate, Deadwood camp, J. F. Johnson.  Quacks, Beaver creekj F: L. Mosher.  Bee-hive, Beaver creek, E. R- Fisher.  Blooniingtou, Beaver creek, W. H. Pierre.  .;     June 17.  Apex, Skylark camp, J. R. Ritter and T. Codj-.  ' ������ 'i.-june.io.  ������' .<S .  Little Jim, Commonwealth camp, R. S. Lyon.  St. Clair, Commonwealth camp, G. Lemon.  Boston, Canyon creek, I. W. Barrett.  Boundary Star, Deadwood camp, N. Clerf.  .Sampson, Bunker Hill, Bonanza, Canyon creek,  W.W. White.  June 21.  Blackmail fractional, Long Lake camp, G. Ma-  linn.  Vancouver, West Copper camp, E. Curts.  P.A.P., Eff'W., Kimberley camp, J: B. Pearson  etal.  Chilliwack, Ingram creek, K. Johnson.  Glenwood, Cliff House, James creek, J.  T. Er-  wiu.  :   ' June 22.  Great Eastern, Canyon creek, N. E. Peterson.  Raymond, Gold Rock, Canyon creek, A. U.  F.  Thomas. ,  June 23.  White Horse, Central camp, J. Campbell.  Pine Grove, Yellowstone, Deer creek, E. Collier.  White Rose, Skylark camp, W. F. Blue.  Brandon  fractional,-Greenwood camp,  James  Marshall.  Magpie fractional, Gjeeuwood camp, Thos. A.  Blair.    ' .  City of Rome, Central camp, Clara Gidon.  Eninia fractional, James creek, N. J. Northey.  Golden Rule, Barrett's camp, F. S. Stooke.  Rose, Meyer's creek, W. S. Kaith.  Minnie, Meyer's creek, F. S. Stooke.  June 24.  Grey Eagle, Central camp, F. C. Woods.  Sadie, Central camp, E. M. Corbtis.  Climax, Central camp, E. M. Corbus.  Little Kus, Central camp, H. B. Pliimmer.  Silver Tip, Tripple Lake,   G.   D.'.Cunningham,  et al.  June 26.  Magnolia, Copper creek, Wm. Farney.  Lottie F., Cooper creek, J. I. Feeuey.  Copper King, Deer creek, L. Johnson.  Yukon fractional, Long Lake camp, F. Groves.  Bon Ton, Deer creek, E. Collier.  Iron King, West Copper camp, Wm. Kellers.  Snowflake, Medill's ranch, W. E. Medill.  Ruth, Canyon creek, A. Waddell.  Esther, Canyon creek, H. D. Barnes.  Pluenix, Cedar creek, E. Sullivan.  June 28.  Messiue, East Fork of Kettle  River,  E.  Teun-  essen.  Calomel, East Fork of Kettle. River, II. A. Cameron.  Morning Glory, West Copper camp,  F.  Archu-  etal.  Tripod fractional, Central camp, J. S. Biruie.  If uff, West Copper camp, II. H. Huff et al.  Robert I., Canyon creek, D. Heath.  Certificates of Work.  June 14.  Wild Pea, Wild Currant, Wild   Sunflower, Wild  Bee, E. Archer.  Greenwood City, E. Shonquist.  Hard Centre, W. M. Law.  Sunshine, Champion, W. S. Fletcher.  Antler, F. J. Mead.  June 15.  Mohican, F. M. Greenwood.  June 16.  Treadwell, Beaumont Leasher.  Iowa, Wisconsin, W. E. McBoyleet al.  Minnesota, Geo. Saisli et al.  Laura B., Orinoco, 15. Craddock.  June 1.7.  Helen, McGregor. Lady of the  Lake,  Glasgow  fractional, Fanny H. fractional, F. Keffer.  Tamarac fractional, R. E. Brown.  Red Rock, G. R. Naden et al.  Denver, W. S. Fletcher.  Granite Mountain, J. R. Ritter.  Suuuiside, T. Cody et al.  June 1').  Golden Eagle, D. I). Mann et al.  Lake View, A. Connors.  Moonlight, F. W. Groves.  Grey Eagle, J. P. Stevens et al.  Diamond fractional, F. C. Bailey-  Sydney, M. Norris.  Virginia. H. T. Itarras.  John Gilpin, Balaclava, J. R. Reilieetal.  June 20.  Klondyke, Snow Bird, A. A. Mcintosh et al.  Denver, James McAllister.  Regiua, T. Phaneuf.  June 21.  Robert Emniete, C. J. McArthur.    -,  Massachusetts, A. E. Ashcroft.  Silver Dollar, C. Newman et al.  Irish Boy, Thos. Wake.  June 22.  Roskey, N. E. Peterson et al.  Ring, P. A. Linberg et al.  coin, J. Petersen et al.  June 23.  Kankakee, St. clair Iukstcr.  Brandon, James Marshall.  Ethiopia, British Columbia Goldfields company  Timer, J. B. McArthur.  Joe Dandy, A. Ferguson.  Hercules," E. L. Tate.  Golden Rule, A. Wenrick.  Maggie S., D. Bryant et al. .  June 24.  Mountain View, W. G. McMyuu. ,  Yukon, Victoria, D. McLean.  Little Dallas, May, James McAllister.  June 26.  Green Mountain, W. J. Hurley.  White Horse, J. B. Singer et al.  Harquahala, Paramateit, Geo. Riter.  Pearl, J. Wheatcroft et al.  Golden Fleece, F. W. Groves.  Caledonia. E: Sulliuaii.  Hunter, O. Mellon.  Magnolia, E. Sullivan.  Young George, A. Poggie. n  Queen Bess, W. G. McMyuu.  Bolton fractional, I. H. Hallett.  Missing Link No. 2, G. R. Naden et al.  , June 28.  Hartiugtou, I. H. Hallett et al.  Transfers.  June 14.  Bald Eagle, Greenwood camp, }<, interest, Alex.  Miller to Jeff Davis.  Black Kawk, Kimberley camp, '/a, W.  M. Law  to J. W. Blough.  Globe, canvon creek, all, V. R. Swanson to Mrs.  E. Fletcher.  June 15.  Imperial, Long Lake camp, all, Ed. Fletcher to  James Sutherland; James Sutherland to Gil-  vert Mahon; Gilvert Mahon to M. W. Ludlow  June 16.  Velvet, Deadwood camp,  '/a,  Julius  Ehrlich  to  W. J. Wake.  June 19.  Keystone, Greenwood camp,'/,, Randolph Stuart  to W. B. Paton.  Ormaiida. copper camp, all, E. curts to E. M.  Richardson.  Scraiiton and Otis fractionals, Deadwood camp,  all each, John Frost to E. A. Bieleuberg.  Alameda, Deadwood camp, J4, G. A. Rendell to  J.W.Frost.  Scranton, Deadwood camp, all, J.  J.  Miller to  J. W. Frost.  June 21.  clvde. Deadwood camp, all, J. L.  Tormev to  j. E. Tonuey.  ������'���������.' June 22.  Maze, Wild Horse creek, '/a, J. c. Rilley to G. M.  Bennett.  June 23.  Ontario, crownpoint camp, %, J. H.  McDonald  to G. D. Leyson.  June 24.  Woodstock, Greenwood camp, %, J.  McAllister  to Joseph Sterrett.  June 26.  Caledonia, canvon creek, all,  O.  Mellon  to E.  Sullivan & A. Waddell.  June 28.  Frederick S., Greenwood camp, all, F. c. Bailey  lo G. L. Taft.  Dewey, Deadwood camp, all interest, E. Escalct  to D. W. Morgan.  Certificate of Improvements.  June 19.  Robin Hood, canyon creek.  Water Rights.  June 16.  No. 7 and adjacent claim, to F. Keffer.  Idaho, cimeron, to Geo. Rumberger.  Power of Attorney. (General.)  June 23.  Ellen McEwan to Hugh McEwan.  H. KEMP  OFFICES,   STORES AND   WINDOWS  CLEANED.  Collections - Made.  PRIVATE NURSING  FOR GENTLEMAN   j Leave Orders at White  Front  Store ,., ,  In the interior of the Province. With new power  Presses, new Type, and a stock of modern Printers'  Stationery, we ars in a position to fill any orders for Job  Printing as reasonably, as satsfactorily, and as expedite  iously as can be done in Spokane or on the coast,  A merchant who uses "cheap and nasty" Stationery and Printing does his  business a serious injury/at is dear at a gift, Let us fill your next order for  Letterheads, Billheads or Envelopes? ��� then compare our work and prices with  others'.    We guarantee you satisfaction.  ���fi  OOPPER ST.  GREENWO O     B. O. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  THE CHAMPION OF BOUNDARY CREEK.  Alex.   Dick  Eloquently   Describes   The   Great  fi ��� ��� Possibilixias of This District.  At the Mcintosh banquet held recently in Rossland, Alexander Dick.responded to the toast "adjacent camps."  He confined his remarks to the Boundary Creek district, and said in part:���  "Let us pass lightly over the corporate pride displayed,   mixed  be  it  said  with   a   slight' tinge   of modesty,  in  claiming Rossland as the greatest mining center in British Columbia���-a proud  distinction, conceded, I believe, by  every  fair-minded  man   who listened to  Mr. Eraser's speech (hear !  hear !), but  it would  be  unfair to the people   of  Rossland  if we did  not  here  utter a  note of warning- and remind them that  the .great Boundary district, on which  a bountiful Providence'lavished  great  mineral  resources, may, within a comparatively short time, prove a rival for  the distinction of being called, not only  the greatest mining center of British  Columbia, but the greatest mining center of  Canada.  (Prolonged applause.)  Sir, the healthy rivalry of opening the  greatest number of mines, and extracting the greatest quantity of' ore,  is  a  task so vast and so   absorbing  that  it  leaves no room for selfishness.    Those  who know Mr. Eraser will at once  acquit  him  of   harboring   in. his   large  heart any  but  the best wishes for the  success and expansion not only  of  the  Boundary,  but  of the whole province.  "   (Applause.)  .r-This  feeling, I am sure,  is general  in Rossland (hear !  hear !),  and you mayi be  assured,  Mr.  Chairman,  it is heartily reciprocated by the  residents of the Boundary district.     It  has been  truthfully, said that there is  no competition in the mining- business,'  and an American senator, possessed of  a keen sense of humor, who amassed a  large fortune in mining, explained that  ��� after failing ih other business he took  up mining because he had no competitors  to  fight, in   selling   gold   bricks.  (Laughter.) ;Be this as it may, it is an  undoubted fact that among men   engaged  in  milling  there  is always the  best of good feeling and good fellowship; ' which .invariably   crops  out   on  such occasions as this, when busy men  assemble from all parts of the province  to honor one  of their   own   number.  (Applause.)  ,. t'i,.  " When wejstop to consider that the  great Boundary.jjdistrict; extends^ ISO  miles westward,  and  contains within  its borders mountain's full of minerals,  and ore deposits on;a majestic scale, it  will be seen that" the colossal  task of  opening up -these extensive low grade  ore bodies  is,, as ?yet. hardly realized..  Over,there we have the North' Fork of  the^Kettle River and: Summit camps  in the neighborhood of Greenwood and  Midway, a little further south the  Republic camp, Camp McKinne_v, and the  Similkameen, with ores of gold, silver,  and copper.     The  people waited long  and patiently for a railway,   and  they  now feel that with  the completion of  the C. P. R. extension within the next  two months, their fondest hope will be  realized and a  new  era  of prosperity  will  begin.     The great possibilities of  the district will then be  better  understood.     Blast furnaces will belch forth  smoke from their tall chimneys,  and  the busy hum of industry will be heard  in    the    peaceful    hills    and    valleys.  Thousands of Canadian workmen   will  find profitable employment, and best of  all,.the ores will be reduced on Canadian  soil,  thus adding to the prosperity and  wealth of our own countrj'.   (Applause.)  "Apart from its vast mineral resources, the Boundary  district has exceptional  advantages  in possessing stretches of  territory  capable  of yielding  the  food  stuffs  required   by   a   large  population.     There,  too,  may be seen  the 'beautiful' flower-spangled  valleys  of the Kettle River and the Okanagan,  surrounded by a  thousand  hills,   their  slopes   clothed   in   nutritious   bunch-  grass, and dotted with herds and flocks  of the prosperous ranchers."  Gotipil & Holden, signwriters, painters, paperhangers, etc., etc., etc.  POLITICS   AT   A   BANQUET.  The great Mcintosh banquet had its  unpleasant side, judging'from the following-editorial in the Rossland Record:  " It is a grave mistake to introduce  politics into a banquet, which is, or  should be, non-political. This fact was  vividly illustrated last night when Hon.  Joseph Martin was hissed and hooted  from the hall for persisting in answering what he deemed political in the  address of Hon. T. Mayne Daly. Of  course Mr. Martin, as attorney-general  of the province, will not attempt to  carry out his threat to deprive Rossland  of her rights to a $40,000 courthouse on  account of .any. differences he may have  had with the few who took part in the  disreputable row last night. Aside  from this, Mr. Martin had better send  his regrets and apologies to the gentlemen there who took no part in the  affair for including them with the  " hoboes in dress suits." Mr. Martin  said many things for which he will no  doubt be-sorry, and those who provoked  his remarks owe an apology not only  to Mr. Martin, but to Mr. Mackintosh  and the people of Rossland. If banquets cannot be conducted in this city  upon more gentlemanly lines than the  one last evening and one ' previously  given, it is fully time to -cut them out''  in the future."  Mf  �� ��� e l  JULY 3rd and 4th  1899.  caoi Aaooai  lorse and  Bicycle Racing,  Base Ball  and Cricket  All Kinds of Athletic  Sports.  Grand Firemen's Tournament  To be Concluded by  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that, sixtv. days from the  date hereof, I, Otto Dillier, intend to apply to the chief commissioner of lands and  works for the following- described tract of land,  viz.: Commencing at the'north east corner of  the Twin Mineral claim in Skylark camp,  Kettle Kiver Mining division of Yale district,  B. C, thence running 20 chains east, thence20  chains north, thence 20, chains east, thence 40  chains south, thence 40 chains west, thence 20  chains north to (he point of commencement.  OTTO DILLIER.  Dated at Greenwood City, April 10, 1SW.     12-4  APPLICATION   FOR   LIQUOR   LICENSE.  NOTICE is hereby given, that the undersigned intend to apply to the Hoard of  License Commissioners of the City oi Greenwood, at their next sitting,.for a license to sell  liquor by retail ou the premises known as the  Alberta Hotel, situate on lot 4. block 12, Silver  street, in the Cily of Greenwood, B.C.  Dated this 29th dav of April, IH'M.  J. D. RENEAULT.  niy3 CHARLES   OAUVREAU.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  LULO   mineral  claim,   situate  in 'the Kettle  River  Mining   division   of   Yale   district.  Where located: In Greenwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  as ag-ent for Hugh R. Elliott, free miner's  certificate No. 18349 A, and Randolph Stuart,  free miner's certificate No. 1S584, intend,- sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply .to life  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 20th day of .May, 1XW.       '      24-6  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that I intend lo  apply to the board of licence cotnniis-,  siouers of the City of Greenwood at their first  meeting after the expiration of thirty davs, for  a license to sell liquor by retail oil the premises  known as the Log Cabin Road House, situate  ou Government street, near the citv limits.  J. J.'MILLER.  Greenwood, May 1,1S99. 3-5  ���   NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given lhat the undersigned intends to apply lo the hoard of  license commissioners of tin; Citv of Greenwood, al their next sitting, for a license to sell  liquor by retail ou the premises to be known as  the B. C. Hotel, situate on lots S and 9 in block  16, iu said City of Greenwood.    '  JOHN KEOUGH.  Greenwood, B. C, May 11th, 1899. 13-5  _ ���    NOTICE ~  MOT1E is hereby given that the undersigned intends to apply to the board of  license commissioners of the City of Greenwood, at- their next sitting, 30 days after the  date hereof, for a license to sell liquor by  relail on the premises to be known as the  Ganibrinus hotel, situate ou lots IS and 16, in  block 11, Silver street, in the City of Greenwood.  ���'������:.������ LOUIS FORSCHNER.  Dated 11th April, 1899. 12-4  MINERAL, ACT, 1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  RED ROCK mineral claim, situate iu. the  Kettle River Mining division of Yale District. Where located: In Greenwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac If. Hallett, as  agent for George R. Naden, free miner's  certificate No. 14357 A, J. C. Haas, free miner's  certificate No. 18340 A, aud the British America  Development Company, limited, (foreign), free  miner's certificate No. 41458 A, intend, sixty  (lays from the date dereof, 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 17th day of June, 1899. 24-6  Licence Authorising an Extra-Proiimcial  Company to Carry on Business."  "COMPANIES ACT, 1X97." ���  :&      ,'     NOTICE.  NOTICE is h'ereby 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 by retail in the hotel building now  being erected by me on lots 9, 10, 11 and 12 in  bIoclc4, at the corner of Government'and Dead-  wood streets iu said City of Greenwood. Known  as the Leland House.  ���    ���   ���    ' J. W. POWELL.  Greenwood, B. C. May 11th, 1899. 14-5  NOTICE.  JS hereby given that I will apply to the Board  of License Commissioners for the Cit3" of  Greenwood at their next sitting, held after the  expiration of thirty days from date of this  notice, for a license to sell by retail spirituous  and fermented liquors ou the premises known  as the ".Queen's Hotel," situate on Lot 5, Block  14, Copper street, iu the said Citv of Greenwood  ������;���������       DAVID MAN"CHESTER.  Dated the 4th day of March, 1899.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate  of   Irnprouements.  NOTICE.  GREY EAGLE mineral claim, situate in the  Bettle River Mining division of Yale district. Where located : Iu Greenwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John F. Hemenway,  as agent for Jay P. Graves, free miner's  certificate No. 14296 A, and John Stevens, free  miner's certificate No. 18254 A, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  mining recorder for a certificate of improve-  meuts, 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 is  siiance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 12th day of June, 1899. 24-6  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby give'n that I will on  Wednesday the 8th day of March next  preseut,;apply to the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Greenwood for a  licensejtb sell by retail spirituous and fermented liquors ou the premises to be- known as the  '���Miner's Hotel "situateon Lots3and4,Block 5,  Copper street, in the said City of Greenwood.  ;V WALTER WATERLAND.  Dated the 8th day of February. 1899.  ,.. NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that the general  meeting of the stockholders of the  Winnipeg Mining & Smelting Co., Ltd., will  be held at the office of the company at  the mine on Friday, the 30th din- of  June, 1899, at the hour of 2 p. in. for theelcction  of offcers, and for the ordering of the affairs of  the company generally. ������ WF HONEY,  Greenwood, B. C\, 23rd May! 1899        Secretary.  NOTICE.  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 30 days after the date  hereof for a license to sell liquor by retail on  the premises to be known as the "Gambriuus  Hotel," situate on Lots 15 and 16 in Block 11,  Silver street, iu the Citv of Greenwood.  HENRY THOMAS.  Dated 11th April, 1899;  MINERAL    ACT,    1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  WELLINGTON,     WELLINGTON    NO.     1,  WELLINGTON NO. 2 Mineral claims, situated in the Kettle River Mining Division  of  Yale   District,      Where  located:   Iu   Long  ��� Lake camp.  TAKE notice that I William James Harris  Free Miner's Certcficate No. 79645 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.lSth day of May, 1S99. 27-5  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  CERTIFICATE    OF ��� IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  PIONEER and REVENUE Mineral Claims,  situate in the Kettle River mining division  of Yale district. Where located : "In Dead-  wood Camp,  %  mile west of the Morrison  mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John Howard Macfarlane, free miner's certificate No. 19,622a,  intend, sixty davs from the date hereof, to  apply to the'miniiig recorder for a certificate of  improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  crown grant of the above claim.  And i-ukthbk take notice that action under  Section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated the 9th day of June, 1S99.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned intend to apply to the Board of  License Commissioners of the City of Greenwood at their next sitting after the date hereof,  for a license to sell liquor by retail on the  premises known as the'��� Central Hotel," situat  ou Lot 10, Block 3, Government street, in the  Citv of Greenwood.  J. H. POSTY,  JOSEPH VILLANDRE.  Dated this Sth March, 1899.  Gteenwood City Waterworks Company.  NOTICE is hereby given that a meeting of  the Shareholders of this company will  be held at the office of the company. Government Street, Greenwood, B. C. on Thursday  the 6th day of July, 1899, al the hour of 4 p. in.,  for the election of Directors and for the order-  ing of the affairs of the companv geuerallv.  A, S. BLACK. '  Greenwood, B. C, 17th June, 1S99.  MINERAL  ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.-  LITTLE MAY Mineral  claim, situate in  the  Kettle River Min ing Division of Yale District.  Where Located : Iu  Copper camp adjoining  the Jumbo mineral claim.  TAKE notice that I Sydney M. Johnson acting as agent for Alexander Chisholm  Free Miner's Certificate No. 34616A. 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, uuder  sectiou 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 20th dav of Mav, 1899. 24-r>  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership heretofore subsisting between us,  the undersigned, as Herbert A Guise, at the  West Fork of Kettle Kiver, has this day been  dissolved by mutual consent All debtsowiug  to the said partnership are lo be paid to George  Guise at West Fork, Kettle River, and all  claims against the said partnership are lo lie  presented to the said George Guise  W B HERBERT  GEORGE.GUISE  Dated  at Greenwood, I! C, this 12lh  dav  of  June, A  I.), '.899  witnbss :  II C SHAW  NOTICE TO PM-EMPTORS OF LAND.  NOTICE is hereby given that all pre-  emptors or purchasers of Crown lands  from whom the purchase money remaining unpaid on such lands is overdue, are required to  make full payment of such balance, together  with interest thereon, if any is due, within  twelve months from the date of this notice,  failing which their records or agreements concerning such lauds are liable to cancellation, as  provided by section 38 of the "Laud Act."  F. CARTER-COTTON,  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works.  Lands and Works Department,  Victoria, B. C, 22nd June, 1899.  Boundary    Valley   Lodge  No. 38. I.O.O.F.  EETS every  Tuesday  .    _    Evening   at   S.PO   in  their lodge room at Greenwood. B.C.   A cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourning brethren. Thos. M. Gui.i.i-;v, N.G.  Duxcax Ross, Roc. Sec.  -A..    F=.   &   A.   M.  V'.REENWOOI) LODGE, A. F. & A. M.  Regular   Communication   first    Thursday   i;..  everv  month.    Sojourning brethren   cordiallv  inviied. . J.   C.   HAAS,  C. Scott Galloway, W..M. Secretarv  MINERAL   ACT,    1896.  Certificate, of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  COMBINATION Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District. Where located���in Providence camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for the Combinn'ioii Mining and  Milling company [foreign}, f ��������� mi.: ��� 'scenifi-  cate No. 14354 A, intend, si n\ ,la\^ :'-.iiu un-  date hereof, to apply to tin;* mining .'.colder  for a certificate of improvcmeiiis for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant to 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 12th day of April, 1899.       19-4  . MINERAL   ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  HERBERT SPENCER Mineral Claim, situate  in the Kettle River Mining Division of  Yale District. Where located���in Deadwood  camp.  TAKE NOTICE thai I. Fred K. McMauu,  Free Miners Certificate No. I8414A, intend, sixty days from thedate hereof to apnly  to ihe mining recorder for a certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a  crown grant lo the above claim  And further lake notice lhat action, under  secttou 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements  Dated this 13th day of June, 1899  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  FLORENCE Fractional Mineral Claim situate  iu the Kettle River mining division of Yale  district.     Where   located :     In   Deadwood  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John Howard .Macfarlane, free Miner's certificate No. 19,-  622a, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to  apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of  improvements, for the purpore of obtaining a  crown grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under  Section 37 murt be commenced before the issuance o; such certificate of improvements.  Dated the 23rd day of June, 1S99.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that the 'general  merchandise business carried on by me  at Midway has been acquired by J. R. Jacobs  All accounts must be paid to me 'forthwith and  I will pay all liabilities.  In retiring from business I beg to thank the  public for an exceedingly generous pateruage  and bespeak equallv kind treatment for niv  successor. ' J. McNICOL.  Midway. June 2nd. 1899.  Canada : ,i  PKOVlNCr.   OK  BKITISII   COLU.MHIA.   (  No. 150. ���:        ���       . ��� ,���.'''���  THIS IS TO CERTIFY that " The Montreal Boundary Creek Mining Company,.  Limited," is authorized and licensed to carry on  business within the Province of British Columbia, and to carry out or effect all or aiiv of the ,  objects hereinafter set forth, to which the  legislativcauthorityof'the Legislature of British  Columbia extends. ,i  The head oflice of the Company is situate in  the City of Saint John, Province of New Brunswick, Dominion of Canada.  The amount of the capital, of the Companv is  $2,000,000, divided into 2,000,000 shares of <1 e.-ich.  The head office of the Company iu this Province is situate at tile City of Greenwood, and  Clive Priugle, Barrister-a*t-Law, whose address  is Greenwood aforesaid, is the attorney for the  Company.  The objects for which the Company has been  established are :��� "  To prospect and search for, explore, open,  develop, work and maintain gold,silver,copper,  coal and iron mines* aud mines of every other  description, and to carry ou the business of  mining of every description, including crushing  washing, smelting, reducing, aud otherwise '  treating the products of mines, and to acquire  by purchase or otherwise, mine and work,  manufacture and make merchantable, gold,  silver, and other ores and deposits and other  minerals and metallic substances and compounds of all kinds, stone, oil, coal, earth or  matters or things whatsoever, and to sell and  dispose of the same, or any of the same���:  To purchase and" acquire certain mineral  lauds, leases, licenses, and rights over minerals  in the Province of New,Brunswick, and also lo  purchase aud acquire lands and properties  situate in British Columbia and any other  Province or District in theDomiiiiou of Canada:  To purchase and otherwise acquire and deal  in real and personal property of all kinds, and  iu grants, concessions, leases, options, licences  or authorities of and over lands, niines, ores,  mineral rights, mineral properties, surveys and  timber rights, mineral properties, surveys -and  timber rights, buildings, factories, furnaces,  plant, and machinery, trade marks, easements  and privileges, rights-of-way, water and other  rights in New Brunswick and in British Columbia, and elsewhere in the Dominion of Canada,  and any claims against any property, or against  any person or company, and either solely or  jointly with others to pay for any such properties and things either iu shares, of the  Company or partly in cash aud partly in shares,  or otherwise:  To construct, carry out, maintain, improve,  alter, manage, work, control and superintend  any trails, roads, ways, tramways, bridges,  walls, reservoirs, water-courses, aqueducts,  wharves, furnaces, sawmills, crush works,  hydraulic works, telegraphs, telephones, gas  works, factories, machinery, warehouses, ships,  vessels, and other works" and conveniences,  except railways, which may seem directly or  indirectly conducive to or expedient and useful  for any of the purposes of the Company, and to  contribute to, subsidize, or otherwise aid or take  part in any such operations :  To use steam, water, electricity, or any other  power as a motive power or otherwise :  To improve, manage, develop, lease,? mortgage, sell, dispose of, or otherwise deal witMall '  or any part of the property aud rights of the  Company (including the granting of powers to  work an}- mines or claims or patents of the  Company), upon any terms and with power,  subject "to the provisions of section 73 of the  above-mentioned Act, to accept -as a consideration therefore, any shares, stocks, debentures  or securities of any other company :  To acquire by purchase, lease, licence, or  otherwise, absolutely or conditionally, the  rights of, either generally or exclusively, over  any area or areas of or pi all any patent-rights  or processes or mechanical or other contrivances useful, or supposed to be useful, for any  of the purposes of the Company, and to deal  wiih or dispose of the same, or any interest  therein, respectively :  To enter into any'agrceiucnt for sharing profits, union of interests, or co-operation with any  person or company carrying 'on, or about to  carry on, any business or transaction capable  of being conducted so as to benefit thesaid  Company :  To purchase or otherwise acquire aud undertake all or any part of the business, property  and liabilities of any person or company carrying on any business which this Company is  authorized" to carry on, or possessed of property suitable for thepuiposesof thisCompany:  To pay out of the funds of the Company all  expenses of or incidental to the formation,  registration and advertising of the Company,  aud to remunerate any person or company for  services rendered, or to be rendered, in placing  of the shares in the Company's capital, or any  debentures or other securities of the Company,  in or, about the formation or promotion of the  Company, or the conduct of its business.  Given"under my hand aud seal of ofiice at  Victoria, Province" of British Columbia, this  12th dav of June, one thousand eight hundred  and nitiely-nine. S. Y. WOOTTON,  [r..s.l     Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  CERTIFICfiTE OF II REGISTRATION  OF AN   ���  Extra - Provincial   Company  'COMPANIES ACT. 1S07."  'Waterloo No. 2 Gold Mining Company.'  T HHKKJ5Y CEKTM-'Y that  L    registered tin.- "Waterloo j  Rj:ojsti:i<kj) tiik 11th dav oi'Ai'Ki, a.d. IS'**'  t I have tins ilriv  No. 2 Gold Miii-  iu tr Company** as an ftxtra-Provinoial Company under tli** "'Companies Act IK1/"** to carry  (Hit or effect all or any of tin* objects hereinafter set forth to which tin* lej/islative authority of ilu> r,rtrisluum* of liritish Columbia  extends.  Tin: head officrof tin: Company is situate In  the city of Spokane. State of   Washington.  Tin* amount of the capit.it of the companv is  S50,(HH), divided into 1,<*hi,<hiip shares of li v.* cents  each.  The head ofiice of the company in this Province is situate at (livenwood, and I>. C. Cameron, cashier. Canadian IlaitK* of Commerce,  whose address is Creenwood aforesaid, is the  attorney for the company.  The time of the existence of the company is  50 years.  The object for which the company lias been  established are :  To work, operate, buy. sell, lease, locate, acquire, procure, hold and deal in generally  mines, metals, mineral claims of every kind  aud description within the United States of  America aud Uritish Columbia: to carry on  and conduct a general minintr, smelting, niill-  linjr, and reduction business: to purchase, acquire, hold, erect, aud operate electric li<rht  aud power plants for the purpose of miiiiiijr  and treating orew. and for the' purpose of  fur:tishiu<r liifhts and cieaiiujr power for all  purposes: to buy, bond, lease, locate, and hold  ditches, llmues, and water rights; to construct,  lease, buy, sell, aud operate railroads, ferries,  tramways, or other means of trausporatiou, for  transporting ore. mint 11 fr and other materials: to own, bond, buy. sell, lease, locale  timber and timber claims': to do and conduct a  general mercantile business; and iinally to do  ,'iuy thiuy consistent, proper, aud requisite for  tlie carryi 11 tr out of the objects and purposes  aforesaid iu their fullest and broadest sense,  within the territory aforesaid.  Given under my hand and Seal of Office at  Victoria, Province of liritish Columbia, this  eleven til day of April, one thousand eij/ht  hundred and ninet���/-nine.  W-.H.1 " S. V. WOOTTON.  l7o Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  Your house needs a coat  of  paint.  Goupii & Holden. 8  TKE   BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES,  ./���r  , A/ /  I��� IV f^fiX$C"z^ HJl' J Ft  To-celebrate the First of July, !f you are apod Canadian, or on the Fourth if  yon are a patriotic American.^���****$��  Now we don't mind of what nationality you are, we are looking for you and it will  &^fi?vi"j \  Igpay yc- to make our acquaintance as we are catering to the wants of the general public  and have no   hesitation in saying that we carry the largest and most complete stock of  ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  CLOTHING  ���*&$[,    ^.    ��7   If    Lew    tfSt^       ft   s dubua      5/ V^sr^ir  To be seen  in   the   Boundary   district   . If "you   need.a  stylish Hat, a Nobby Neck Tie, .a fancy,shirt the   best pair  of Shoes in the Dominion, Slater, or suit of  5SS        _���^���UP-T0-DATE CLOTHING.  ill on us and we' will fit":_ xj. out as  Cannot Look At Yeu;..  Without Seeing Your Clothing.  If it is neat and becoming he notices it. .  If it is ill fitting you look seedy |  to  him���-no  matter   how pleasant a  smile you may wear.  We sell  IB    I  /NgC*  ailored GBothin  Our Spring Suits are high grade  workmanship; well shaped shoulders  t the collar that hugs closely to the neck; well stayed  \\   and substantially sewed.  <> Handsome all Wool fabrics, and every garment  {; has a Shorey's Guarantee Card in the pocket.  GREENWOOD   AND   DISTRICT.  Ralph Smailes, manager for Rendell  & Co., returned from the Coast on  Monday.  J. D. Murray, provincial timber inspector, has been in the district for a  week collecting- timber dues.  D. McLeod, chief of the Commissary  Department of Mann, Foley Bros., &  Larsen, was in the city this week.  Dr Stevenson, a prominent physician  of Oshawa, Out. is visiting-the district.  He is a shareholder in the Winnipeg-.  Mrs.   H.   S.   Wallace,   Rossland,    is  On the Globe,\ Canyon Creek a 25-  foot shaft has been sunk, and a crosscut  is being- run to tap the ledg-e.  W. F. Tye, chief engineer for the  Columbia & Western Railway, was in  Greenwood for several days this week.  R. Robertson aud Sam Strong-returned from the West Fork;on Thursday,  where they have been prospecting- for  the past month. j new and rich strike on the Silver Dollar  On Sunday next, July 2,   there   will ! Canyon Creek.    The ledge is 20 feet in  be service in the Roman Catholic church.: width.  Sidewalks are being- laid on Copper  street.  John Keoiigh arrived in the' city ou  Saturday. .'" ' .  Tenders are being- asked for the sinking of a 100-foot shaft on the Four Hundred, a claim west of Fourth of July  Creek.  Peterson and Newman have made  a  as follows :    Mass at 1,0 a.m.,   Evening-  Devotions at 7:30.   ,  H. T. Wilg-ress, the right-of-way  agent for the Canadian Pacific Railway   company,   left  on   Tuesday for a  Forbes M. Kerby has completed the  survey of Canyon City, Fletcher's new  Townsite, near the mouth of Canyon  Creek.  The wagon road from the West Fork  i to Canyon Creek is now under construc-  visitiug-   with   Mrs.   Geo.   R.   Naden  Mr. Wallace accompanied Mrs. Wallace j two_wceks vi^it to the Coast  as far as Grand  Forks. !     _      _   ,, ...       .   . ; tiou, and will be completed in the cour-  Jay P. Graves and his mming super-!scof.t f  The King   Solomon   mine   has   been   intcmlcilt w. B. Hodges are   ju   Grand!"   ������  ' ",   ,   .  i.,^',,.,,,,. ���,,   .,���,,���,,,,(���   ,,f   ti,f   ci.riit--    , . ,. .    .      !     1 lie wagon road   between  Anaconda  closed clown on   account  ol   the   cignt-   p   .k        Active preparations are being !       ,   ,,      ��,      ,.       .   _  , ,   .    .  ,  ,..���.     'ri,,. ,,,,,��� ii-,,i i,,.,.��� wr.i-u-inir . , . and   the   I'ourtu   of  July   creek is m a  hour law.     lhe men Had been uoi king I       A   t() ,      in work ou tllc smciter. , ,     ,        ���.,. -     ,,  ten hours, and   rather   than   have   any I " ; very bad condition-worse   than  it has  Kuftis Pope, M. P., J. K.  Allan,   :i'"l   been sicne its construction.  W. T. McDonald   left   on   Monday, for ;     Al.eh_ Jack83II) ail   olcMi���,e   resident  Grand Forks.    Messrs. Pope and Allan . 0f Jlouiidary district, arrived from Nieo-  will go east via the Crow's Nest road,     j la on  Wednesday,   and   will   remain   a  Miller Urns, have placed a large sign ; couple of weeks, visiting friends.  J as. Fisher has been doing assessment work on the Three Kings group  in Central camp. The King of Spades,  King- of Hearts and King' of Diamonds.  The claims arc near the Lincoln and  City of Paris. The work was done on  the King- of Spades and consisted of a  33-foot crosscut. The assay values ou  gold and silver.  discouraging any discussion ou the  eight-hour law. . Thejr were also requested to ask the cooperation of  the boards in attempting to secure  Government offices for the city and also  fair treatment in the matter of .representation.  The Committee in the organization  of a board of trade reported that they  had met with every encouragement.  Over 40 business men have signified  their willingness to join and encourage  a board of trade. The matter of securing incorporation was left in the hands  of R. B. Kerr.  MYER'S   CREEK.  trouble,   the  owners  decided   to   close  down the property.  Greenwood  has   now   a  brass   band.  The'instruments arrived hist week, and  boys   have   been   practising   ever , m t,)(, top ()f jllbiloe mountain.    It can  the  since. Indeed, the man who blows the  big trumpet has been sued for damages  by his legal neighbor.  Rendell & Co. have removed their  dry goods to their new store on Copper  street. The new store has been handsomely fitted up. It is conveniently  arranged, and has in every respect the  appearance of a first-class store in a  larg-e  city.     The  old   dry-goods  store  be distinctly seen from the road on the  opposite hill leading to Greenwood  Camp.  E. Escalet has taken the Columbia  Hotel in Columbia. He and family  left for there on Monday. D. W. Morgan intends reopening his business in  the eit}'.  Frank R. Mendenhall, the general  agent for   the   Jenckes   Machine   com-  GREENWOOD BOARD OF   TRADE.  will be used for the liquor department. { pa|ly>   paid Greenwood a business visit J To be Incorporated with a Large Membership of  Joseph Stanton died at the Greenwood hospital on Friday, June 23. The  deceased contracted pneumonia, which  was responsible for his death. Mr.  Stanton was born  at   Mayville,   Mary-  last week.    He sold an  auxiliary   hoist [  for the Mother Lode mine. ;  Phoenix is growing ! Harry Nash's  new hotel is Hearing completion. The  Old Ironsides company is building- sev-  land, about SO years ago. He was a : eral residences and an office near Wyn-  printer by trade, but ran the sawmill I koop & Stephen's hotel.  boardingh.ou.se at the time of his death. ; The Cascade Power & Light company  The deceased left a wife aud one child. ] is clearing the right-of-way for their  The funeral, which took place on Mon- electric line to Wellington aud Green-  day, was largely attended. The ser- wood camps. The company intends  vices were conducted by Rev. Father I furnishing the mines with electrical  Palmer, power.  Delegates to Rossland.  A well attended meeting  of the Mining-   and Commercial association   was  held in Rendell's hall on Wednesday  evening. The special committee to  whom the matter was referred reported  -that they had succeeded in securing  Anthony J. McMiHen and Clive Pringle  as the representatives of Greenwood at  the boards of trade conference to be  held in Rossland at an early date. The  delegates were instructed to attempt if  possible to  stop  further  agitation   by  Considerable activity in that section-  Stamp mill ou The Crystal Butte.  W. Fohsbender arrived in the city  on Thursday from Myers Creek, where  he has a number of mining interests.  He said that he did not bond a claim  for S6000, and that he has no. 36000  wild-cais. After a few casual remarks  abnul "silver lips" and newspapers  generaiiy, Mr. Fohsbender stated that  considerable work was being- done on  the claims of Myers Creek.  The 10-stamp mill on the Crystal  Butte will be running next week. The  sawmill is already running, a boarding  house and bunk houses have been built  and a chute from the mine tu the wagon  road is  under  course  of  construction.  There is sufficient ore blocked out and  on the dump to keep the mill running  for six months. '  The parties who recently bonded the  Review, an adjoining- claim to the  Crystal Butte, are developing the claim  by a 100-foot shaft and a 200-foot tunnel. The ledge is from 6 to 8 feet in  width and is a free gold proposition. ;  John O'Hearn has bonded his properties, adjoining the Review, to Republic  parties. The ore is galena' running  about $40 in gold and $20 in silver.  John McEchen. has bonded the Yamhill  to the same parties. On this property  there is 30-foot shaft, with a good ore  body.  On the Yakima a rich strike has been  made, giving good values in silver gold  and copper, some of the ore running as  high as 10 per cent in copper, but the  principal values are in silver. The  property is being developed by a Yakima company.  A tunnel is being run on the Philadelphia, lying north of the Crystal  Butte. The tunnell is now in 60 "feet,  and will tap the ledge at about 30 feet.  The ore gives g-ood values in both copper and gold.  Harry Morgan and C. Brown are  working on the Cariboo and Rumbler  in the same camp, and have uncovered  some very rich ore, giving values in  copper gold and silver. Development  done so far is surface work.  A. Hutchinson and John Grant are  sinking- on a g-ood body of ore in the  Umatilla.  MacKay Ingrim is developing the  Racer, another promising claim.  T F7  OOUNTRY  Prospectors  save packing by buying your outfits at West-  bridge 10 miles above Rock Creek.  NOTE A FEW OF OUR PRICES.  Hams Xiy. cts.  Uncoil   17U cts  Dry  Salt 15 cts  SiiHT.r 8.35 cwt  Flour 2.2S saclc  Rice l0lbs for$l  Powder 19c case lots  Fuse SI coil  C:��l>s $lbox  Jessop Steel 18c lb.  A Full Stock- Now 011 Hand of Miners' and Prospectors Supplies.  Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Hardware, and Gent's Furnishings.  SUCCESSOR TO  p HERBERT <& GUISE.

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