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Array ���toy  <-~"*i  "*%,  Published Weekly in the Interests of the Boundary Creek Mining District.  Vol, VI.  GREENWOOD, EC.,- SATURDAY, JULY 15,  1899,  167  No. 11  anufa  .wvxvvv^ BUILDERS   OF  jSwr*mT*m*m  0-,<Q^<g^^cC^*C^Q^<^^  M0BERN  MAC  yz'iy-d^z&^&^dt-xj^^  Contractors for the design and construction of complete Stamp Mills,  Chlorination, Cyanide and Smelter Equipments.  Concentration,  ��  s?  CO  . ���       to.  o  W  "  n>  CO    P3  -  ���  Ji>  .   ;  l>  ~P  Ore?  ���<  9  Rb M  ������<* Q  l-h  2  &  O  S3   f��  , ��-s  tz>  o*  rated  'Dre  td  ������rt-.  ���"       S'  S   ���:  w  n  o  ���n-  ����������>���-  ��� &���#  >oth  iner  Hh  O  ��<   CO  >t  0)  ��� .  ' * ���  CO  ; Head Office and Works :  PBTBRB0R��, ��NT,  Branch Offices!  Vancouver, B. G., Rossland, B.C.,  And Greenwood, B.C.- harry howson. Agent.-  ..CAULFIELD & LAMP NT..  SW.^**"' :   ���������. ��� , ~~  ~*<9rpt  DEALER IN    SHELF    AND   HEAVY   HARDWARE,  V,/GRANITE WARE, ETC, ETC ,,.  Dowsnell Washers, ^ Ajex and Royal Canadian Wriiigers, ^ Wire Screen Clotli, ^ Screen Doors.  r> s s ��� x A Large  Consignment  of  Window Glass Just Received,  n ��� * ������  i^J-   *jfr    .^    ��$J-   -Ijk?-    ��??    .$?���   *jg?-   'Jjp-   '4p   'to^  F    YOU   Inspect  Our Stock  And Get      ^  Our Prices  <<���*;'*',>   ���   ���   ���        $^  ~ ~  *SS��  Wecai'i-y a full stock of merchandise including all kinds of staple and    *S^^  T  fancy jrrocerics.  <����  Flour,   Feed, Vegetables,   Fresh    Eggs,   .Fruits,    Cured *J^  Meats,   Fuse,   Caps,   Powder,    Earthenware,     wlassware, .j��3��  Crockery. *2^}^  ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS AND MINING HARDWARE $Jg|��  A, H, SPERRY & CO.  Copper Street,     ��� ,   ������    ���      Greenwood, B. C *j^  '"��  IS THE BEST HOTEL IN GREENWOOD. A New ISiiildiiitf, well funiislied. First-class  Service in all departments. Choice, Wines, Liquors and Cigars.:; Headquarters for Mining  aud Commercial Men.  Copper Street, Greenwood.  MINERAL FOR PARIS  PROVINCIAL MINERALOGIST HERE.  Mr. Robertson is Making Arrangements to Have  , Specimens From All the Mines--Mi-. Hogg,  of the Montreal Boundary Creek Company,  Is in the City���Mining Notes.  W.   F.   Robertson,    the    provincial  mineralogist, was in the city for a few  days this week.    He is making-  a  tour  of the mining- sections of the province  for   the   purpose of  making arrangements to secure a representative mineral, exhibit  for the Paris exposition.  Mr. Robertson was through  a portion  of  the  Koptenays   and he returned on  Friday    to    Slocan.    Mr.    Robertson  points out that such   an   exhibit   as is  contemplated   will    benefit   Boundary  Creek more than any other/ section of  the province.    The  wonderful mineral  resources of this district are not so well  known as they should be; hence the importance of having a thorough exhibit.  The government are  willing to defray  the cost of collecting the exhibit, but a  local   committee  acquainted-'-with the  district is required to do the work.   Mr.  Robertson   has   made application   for  half the space set apart for Canadian  minerals and as he backed  up his application with statistics to  prove  that  this province is entitled to the space he  is  confident that his request will   be  granted.    Mr.   Robertson  stated  that*  the specimens should be the very best  the mines can produce.   The maximum  size is an eight-inch cube.    The  speci  mens are to be brought  to Greenwood.  They will be stored here  until the  exhibit is  complete when  they will  be  boxed   and sent to Ottawa to be  forwarded  to Paris  with  the rest of the  Canadian exhibits.    Only 30  days are  av'a liable to collect specimens so that  ho   time  should  be lost in starting an  energetic   committee   to work,   Mine  owners can materially, assist the committee by sending  in  specimens  from  their; , properties... These     specimens  should be labelled.    The label should  give the district, camp, mine, depth at  which it was taken and assay values..  Mr. Robertson is anxious to make a  thorough examination of the district.  He will return 'in September and will  remain here for several weeks.  ^mH!?????Tm?????HTH??T?T?T????T?nT??H??T??Tf???!Tny???n?m???????T???T???m?n??T????T?r?T??Tf????????^  '" W. S: Keith, secretary of the Mining and Commercial Association, has  received a letter from J. A. T. Bell,  secretary of the Canadian Mining- Institute. Mr. Bell states that the excursion of the members of' the institute will be extended to the Boundary  Creek District. They were- under the  impression that Boundary Creek would  be difficult to reach, but the C. P. R.  officials has assured them that they  can come  to the Boundary Creek dis  trict over their line. Under the circumstances ', the members will be  pleased to visit this district. Mr. Bell  is unable to state in advance how  many will take in the excursion, but  further particulars will be forwarded  at a later date.  British Columbia has' just floated  successfully in London the loan of  ,��340,000, ��1,790,000, at a fraction over  96. This is most satisfactory, being  more than one per cent higher than  the best price obtained for any previous loan. ,The province's credit is  very good. Notwithstanding the taking off of some of the taxes last year,  the revenue for the fiscal year is away  over $1,500,000, or the largest ever  known, and nearly double what it was  four years ago.  A. L. McEwen, the well known mining engineer, arrived in the cit3" Tuesday after spending some time in Nelson. Before reaching the city Mr.  McEwen made a trip to the north fork  of the Kettle river. He visited the  Pathfinder, Golden Eagle and other  North Fork properties. Mr. McEwen  is well pleased with the outlook on the  North Fork and was particularly impressed with the Golden Eagle. He  states that it contains as clean and  rich looking body of ore as he had  seen for many a day. He spent Thursday with L. S. Moulton-Barrett ex-  aming .the Meyer's creek properties,  and will leave oh Sunday with Cliye  Pringle and Thos. Roadley for the  Similkameen country. Mr. McEwen  will spend some time in the Similkameen. He intends making Greenwood  his headquarters'for the summer.  Thursby  Pelham  left on Thursday  for Republic:    He has several valuable ,  properties in "Republic camp and will  make that town  his  headquarters for'  the summer.      " ' '   >.     .       "  This week's Gazette will contain an  notice of the incorporation of the  Boundary Homestake Mining company. ; The company has been organized with a capital of $1,000,000 to take  over the Homestake mine in Summit  camp. The prime movers' in the organization are Messrs. D. F. Mcintosh,  D. H. Beecher and D. A. Cameron. It  will be rembered that they-bonded the  Homestake from J. W. Cheer a few-  months ago. The property is an exceedingly promising one, and as soon  a"s the company is completely organized extensive  development work  will  1(1*  Ranging in price from  75 cents to $6.00.  They cannot be beat'  en, Gall and see them  BY BUYING A BOTTLE OF  Stephen's Indelible Ink.  Mark every article  sent to the Laundry,  and in clothes not lost  you save the price 35c  of the marker the first  week, >>  /    r>   X   i>  ���Book S^ore-  Copper St.     Z��     Greenwood,  be commenced.  Looking tired after a hot trip to  Penticton, but as energetic as ever, W.  L. Hogg of Montreal, arrived in the  city on Wednesday. It is only a short  time since Mr. Hogg was in the district, but, in the interval he succeeded-  in floating a big company for the purpose of purchasing and developing the  Sunset group in Deadwood camp. The  flotation was a popular and successful  one and the Montreal Boundary Creek '  company has a high standing on the  mining market in Montreal and Toronto. The company have ample  funds in the treasury to continue the  vigorous development of the property.  Already a big plant has been ordered,  but Mr. Hogg has not yet decided  whether to ship immediately or wait  until the railway is completed to the  mine. "I am afraid the railway is too  slow," he said yesterday. "I will  win my overcoats anyway." When  Mr. Hogg was here in April he received several wagers in the shape of  $45 overcoats from Greenwood men that  the railway would not be in Greenwood  by September 1st. At that time that  bet was considered a risky one, but  now there is every assurance that Mr.  Hogg will win. Mr. Hogg also stated  that there was a very favorable feeling  in the east towards Boundary Creek  district. All legitimate mining ventures would receive every encouragement.  Father Pat met the young men of  Greenwood at,a smoker in Barrett's  Hall on Saturday evening. Father  Pat delivered a characteristic address  in which some of his unique experiences on the trails were blended with the  work in connection with the up building of the Episcopal church in the  Boundary creek country. He announced that Rev. Mr. Hedley a brother of  Mr. Hedley of the Hall mines smelter  had chosen Greenwood from among  the towns in British Columbia and  would arrive here shortly. Mr. Hedly  is a well known divine. Father Pat  held services in Barrett's hall on Sunday morning. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  I.  II.   IIAM.KTT.  II. C. SHAW  HALLETT eg SHAW  (��<xvvisttv5, ��$oftct��6t6,  EASTERN MINING MEN  NOTARIES    PUBLIC.  alile Address: "11,11.1.kit."  i Bedford M'Neill's  Urooiw hall's  ) Moieiiig' &.Neat's  (-Lei bar's.  Cooks  Greenwood,  B.C.  DRINGLE   &   WHITESIDE, .  Barristers and Solicitors,  (rtofart'ejs (puSfie, eft.,  BAKKfiTT Block, Coppkr Street,  greenwood.  R.  B.   KERR,  Barrister  and Solicitor,  NOTAKV   PltlSI.IC.  OKEENWOOn, u. c.  J.'K. IIKOWX.  AI.F. HAI.I.. I.I.. II., II. C. I.  S. M. MOHKISOX, I..I..1I.  gaff, QSroten 8$- (tttorrteon  Barristers and Solicitors, Notaries  Public, Etc.  Nadeu-Flood Block, Copper Street Greenwood.  CrORBES   M.   KERBY,  Assoc. Mem. Can. Soc. Civil Engineers,  Qptotnnctdf %Anb J&urfcegor  AND  CIVIL  ENGINEER,  -- (ttofarj! (pufift'c ���- midway,   b.c  CZ"     W.    GROVES,  Civil &-". Mining Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor,  GREENWOOD,   B. C  Mineral Claims Reported upon.  Underground Surveys.  G.   A.  GUKSS, 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,  ��ommion ono (prot)mci<u�� fianb ^urBejor.  GREENWOOD,       -B.C.  j^OWAT & PALMER  Mining, Real Estate,,,,,  and Insurance Agents  GREENWOOD,     -    -    -      B. C.  h. >\.  KEErER.  Real Estate and /Aining Broker  OFFICE   OVER   BANK   OF   B. N. A.  GREENVv^OOD.  Will Visit the West In Large Numbers This  Fall.  A large number of eastern mining  men will visit the west this fall. The  members of the Canadian Mining institute have made arrangements for  their excursions to the west and the  American Institute of Mining Engineers will also come west this fall.  They .hold their convention in San  Francisco and intend taking in the  northern mining camps.  The institute has its headquarters in  New York city. It is not only one of  the oldest societies in the country, but  claims the largest membership of any  organization of mining engineers in  the world. The delegates will not only  come from all portions of the United  States, but from Mexico, Canada, Australia, China, Germany, England,  Peru, New Zeland. South Africa and,  in fact, from every known mineral  country zone on the globe.  The institute'expects- to leaye New  York about September 10. Its special  train of sleeping- cars will come; west  by way of Chicago, leaving that; city  September 16; thence by St. Paul,.  Butte, and Anaconda, Portland, and  thence to San Francisco, where, the  77th meeting of the institute will be  held. While in California excursions  will be taken to the various mineral  regions, such as Grass Valley, Nevada  City, Oroville, Jamestown, Lenora,  Dutch Flat, New Almaden, etc., and  the party will return east via Arizona,  taking in all the points of mining interest in that territory. The trip is  expected to consume 34 days."  The object of these meetings is to exchange information on all matters pertaining to mines, minerals and the  most recent inventions.in mining machinery. Geological formation of  mineral countries will be shown: by  maps scientifically drawn, while all  the latest appliances for working mines  will be scrutinized and criticised. The  meetings thus far held have been productive of much improvement in the  methods of working mines.  veloped to such an extent that the production of copper may not keep pace  with the future demand of this growing industry. It was therefore thought  that a syndicate which could control  the mines, could control their production and its price. The principal thing  to avoid so as to escape the fate of the  French syndicate, is the stimulation of  the production of copper. This is to be  done by getting all the great producers  in the syndicate, and regulate the price  of the metal by regulating its output.  It appears that this' has not yet been  accomplished. There are not a few  great copper producers which, thus far,  have held back and shown no desire to  enter it. They may never enter it. If  they should not it is apparent they may  become a disturbing element for the  syndicate to deal with���a sort of gadfly i upon the body corporate, stinging  it at most unexpected times and places.  Be this as it may we are assured of  several very important things; The  price of copper has made a long advanced step since the syndicate was  organized; it has reached over 19 cents  and now stands at 18; there is no indication that it will decline in price in  the near future and-that the Parrot, a  member of the syndicate, has shut  down. It is left for the on-looker to  guess why. It may be to make repairs,  it may be to curtail the production of  the metal.  .   Who knows?���Western Mining World  The White Front Store, next door to Postoffice, are clearing  out the whole of their  ��� ���������������fflOiM��ttlf��Bt����eBe��*M0*0M��taMtl��l��l��O0ltlt��B��OttMOe��t0BlliMII��IMM��t����  ���������������*������������������������������������������������*�����*�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*�����������*������*���������  W.  PATON   A   CO.  i>   V  Mining and  Real Estate Brokers  GREENWOOD.   B.C.  FONTENOY ORE IS RICH.  A.  W. ROSS,  MINING AND SHARE BROKER,  COLUMBIA, B. C  Boundary    and    Camp    McKinney   properties  (riven especial attention.  W. S. KEITH, M. K.  H.     KETCHUM.  KEITH & KETCHUM  GREENWOOD,   B. C.  Mining Properties Examined  AND    REPORTED    ON.  MINING  REAL ESTATE AND  PROPERTIES.  . .    THE MART.  Phil J. Hickey Tells of High Valnes In the  Shaft.  Phil J. Hickey, manager of the Fontenoy mine in Camp McKinney, and  also largely interested in the Slocan,  has returned from a trip to Camp McKinney, and left for Sandon Sunday  morning. He said: "I only made a  flying trip into Camp McKinney, to  see how the development was progressing on the Fontenoy. I found' the>  property looking splendid. The shaft  is. now down 100 feet and we propose  sinking another 20 feet before starting;  to drift on the ledge. It is a big one  and measures at the.present depth from  eight to nine feet. The last assay I obtained gave astonishingly high values,  viz:, $80 in gold, 34 ounces silver and  14 per cent. leadri We have erected our  hoist and boiler.. The boiler is of 35-  horse power and the hoist is capable of  sinking to a depth of 500 feet.  "The camp is looking up well. There  is quite a stir there again, something  like last winter. The hoist for the  Waterloo has arrived and is being, installed. I can not give you any information of the other mines, as I only  put in 24 hours in the camp."���-Spokes-  man Review.  Road to. Republic.  The Great Northern may not build  its branch to Republic thts year, says  the. Spokesman Review. The construction may be postponed until next year,  not from desire of the officials of the  road, but from necessity. It is said it  will be impossibleto secure the necessary laborers. Railroad contractors  now in the city say positively that the  necessary men can not be gathered to-  ;gether to complete the' work this year.  The unusual demand for. railroad laborers has practically cleaned out the  supply, and nearly all the. lines now  .under construction have calls out for  more men; The harvest season is coming on, and this is expected to take  many men from the grading: crews,  who find it pays them better to work in  the grain fields. ���  The farmers of the surrounding districts are becoming even more anxious  oyer the lack of labor than the railroad  contractors. Railroad construction in  many instances may be delayed without material loss, but grain must be  harvested when ripe. There is reason  toifear the farmers will experience considerable difficulty in securing sufficient harvest hands.  ��� �����������������������������*�������������*���������.�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������..#������������*�����������������. a O * . ��� ��� ��'. ��� �� ��� �� ��� '  ...mm...u.mm...........................................��...��.��.........��.��mm.t'm..  x Also Are Carrying a Full Line of  BOOTS, SHOES, AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS.  Branch Stores at Rock Creek and Rendell.  Garry complete line of supplies for Camps        ":."'  and'Prospectors.  OLSON & PHELAN  Government St,  Next Door to Postoffice  Greenwood; B. C.  j^4'4,4*4*4,4,rlr4,4*'4*4*4'4**4,*4'4*'4?4*4,4* 4* 4* *$��� 4?. j?  GAUNCE & WICRWIRE.  Agents,  Greenwood.  IV.  A.  BAUER!  C.E., P.U.S.  VANCOUVER  > ASHCROFT.C.E. :P.LS  QREENWOOD  BAUER & ASHCROFT  (protot'nciaf ganb JSuroegora.  (jttim'ng ano Citoit (Engineering.  Mineral   Claims  Surveyed aud Crown Granted  Land and Euyin'eeriuir Surveys  Flood-Nadeu ISlock,  -   .    GREENWOOD, 13 C  G. M.HILLARY, B. Sc.  ASSAYER   AND  CHEMIST.  Graduate   of   McGill   University  Enirineerinjr.  GREENWOOD   -   -  in    Miniuer  B. C.  C,H.  ELLACOTT  Sc, A. M. Soc. C. E., D.L.S., P.L.S.  Surveying and Engineering  undertaken in any part of  British Columbia.  Mining   Work    a     Specialty,  COLUMBIA, B. C.  Kerby's Map of Wellington Camp.  Candies,  Toba  jaccos,    ~*&  DruEglrts' Sundries, Stationery, etc  Cigars,  H. B. MUNR0E, Greenwood.  The Price of Copper,  The ruling price for copper in the  New York market is now 18 -ceil ts with  but trilling variations. It was a point  or two higher in April and May and  declined to the figures named in June.  It may advance before the end of the  month or it may decline. Dealers as  well as producers have no accurate data  upon which to base an estimate. One  fact may, however, serve as a pointer,  and that is this:. The American Copper company,which was formed to control the copper mines of the country  and their output will, if it can, not  only regulate the price of the metal,  but its production, thus preserving an  equilibrium between the demand and  supply. We say this will be done, if  possible, but it is not yet demonstrated  that it can be.  In 1887 a French syndicate  made an  attempt to control the copper output of  the world.    In that year the production  of copper in the United States was 81,-  000  tons.    In   1888  it was 114,000 tons;  in 1899 the production was still  larger.  The amount was more than the syndicate  could  purchase arid   it collapsed.  The conditions are somewhat different  now.    Last year the   production of the  metal reached over over  235,0000  tons  in this country   alone,   the   home   consumption   being   estimated   at  114,000  tons, the average weekly  consumption  being   put  at  2,192 tons.    One reason  given for the present price of the metal  is, that electrical  engineering  has de-  Repair the Roads.  The squabbles among members of  the government are having 'a far reaching effect. Matters which materially  affect the interests of the electors are  neglected. The state of the trunk  roads is the most striking commentary  on the incompetency of a government  gone wrong. The roads between Greenwood and Grand Forks are in a disgraceful condition. These roads are  much travelled and ought to be kept in  a proper state of repair. Culverts are  broken down so that freighters are  taking chances of losing their horses  and breaking their waggons. A few  men under careful management would  make a satisfactory change in a week.  This road, at least, ought to be attended to at once. Other roads in the  district although not in such a disgraceful conditipn require attention.  It would be all right for Martin and  Cotton to carry on their wordy warfare,  provided it affected nothing but their  own personal interests, unfortunately,  however, the business of the province  is being neglected since those who are  supposed to be in control are kept busy  quarrelling among themselves.  Hams and Bacon will be reduced a  half a cent a pound in sack lots only/  Qualtity same as last  P.   BURNS   dB   CO.  Head Office for Boundary Creek division at GREENWOOD.  Shops at Cascade, Grand Forks, Niagara, Greenwood and Midway  EVERY    DESCRIPTION. UPHOLSTERING,  c  The Larjrcst Stock iu the District.  1  ETC.  UNDERTAKING!    AND     EMBALMING.  LLEY &  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  THE   RALAOE   LIVERY [STABLE.  Money Made  Is Money Saved  IN   THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   DISTRICT.  Extra Well Fitted for Long  Ponies,    Feed Barn,  A. W.ROBINS   -  You can  make  buying your  money  at Bannerman Bros., Copper St,  Best  cooking  and  eating   apples in  the market.  Drives,   Saddle Horses  and Pack  Hay and  Oats For Sale,  -   -   PROPRIETOR.  mmmmmmm^  IS THE BBST SITE. FOR  Copper Street, Greenwood,  M  M  m  SV-S!  REASONALE PRICES  and EASY PAYMENT.  FOR   PARTICULARS APPLY.  Room 10, Naden-Flood Building, Copper Street. iA :(������  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  NELSON DIVIDED.  The   Board of Trade  Holds a   Very   Lively  Meeting.  All will not be harmony at the conference of the  boards of trade to be  held in Rossland shortly judging from  the Nelson  Tribune's report of a  recent meeting of the  Nelson  board of  trade.   A short  time  ago the Nelson  board decided that the eight hour law  and   other   important questions were  proper   themes  for   discuss.igg, at the  conference.    A  resolution tor, send no  delegates was voted  down on the cast-  ������ ing vote of the  chairman.    After  this  was done the   Tribune's report states:  The   chairman   then  read  the list of  questions  which   the   council   of ��� the  board had   suggested   should   be discussed at the board of trade conference.  They were briefly (1)  the encourage-  , ment of the lead   mining industry by  increased duties upon   lead  products;'  (2)  the encouragement   of   silver-lead  smelting by the admission free of duty  into Canada of lead bullion  smelted in  Canada   and   refined   in   the "United  States; (3) the  desirability of increasing the representation of Kootenay in  the house of commons; and (4) the consideration of the eight-hour law and its  effect upon the district.  S. S. Taylor said that he would object to the consideration of the eight-  hour law. ' In the first place the eight-  hour law had been passed by the legislature. It was a reform in the labor  laws" of the province, and it was well  known in the history of all countries  that when any such reforms were once  passed they were never repealed. To  set up a discussion upon the serious  question of the repeal of the present  law was therefore attempting the impossible. Such legislation was never  varied or materially amended. Another objection was that the board in  taking up the question invited a clash  with the interest in the community  known as the labor interest. It was  stepping in between two factions and  would thereby destroy the usefulness  of the board. The question was also  at the present time a political one. For  this reason the board of trade could  not take up the question without stultifying itself and injuring the usefulness of the board so far as the general  public was concerned. He thought the  delegates should be instructed not to  discuss or vote for or against any current political question.  J. Roderick Robertson said that he  would like to discuss the question and  called upon John Houston to take the  chair. He said he did not regard the  eight-hour question as settled and for  that reason desired to have it discussed. He said that the measure had  been put through the legislature at the  extreme end of the session.  John A. Turner here took the point  of order that the president was talking,  politics.  The chairman held that the point  wan well taken and instructed, the  speaker that he might tell the members how the operation of the law affected him as a mine owner.  The president then proceeded by saying that a measure had been passed  which materially affected a large section of the mining community, and  seeing that the question was going to  be brought up by the other boards of  trade it appeared to him that it was a  proper subject to discuss with a view  to ascertaining how the law could be  amended. He thought that shutting  the question off was shirking responsibility. He moved in amendment that  the clause stand.  The chairman ruled the amendment  out of order on the ground that it sim-  ..ply negatived the original motion.  The president then resumed the chair  and A. H. Kelly took the floor in opposition to the motion. He said that he  did not see the use of sending delegates to the conference if they could  not have the privilege of discussing  such matters of vital importance as the  eight-hour law and questions effecting  the lead "mining industry.  John A. Turner replied that he objected to the whole programme on the  ���ground that they were all political  questions.  J. J. Campbell reminded the board  that they had passed resolutions dealing with the lumber industry and he  expressed the opinion that.it would be  difficult for the board to draw the line.  He thought that questions which affected the interests of the community  were proper subjects for discussion.  His impression was that the members  of the different governments were glad  to get the ideas of boards of trade  upon such matters.  S. S. Taylor in reply said that there  was a difference between the question  of lead duties and the eight-hour law.  The question of duties was an open  question in that the government was  prepared to admit certain articles free  and impose a duty upon others.    There  ��was nothing fixed about it. With the  eight-hour law it was altogether different. A dominant party had taken a  definite stand'and made it a political  issue of the party.  ���   " ���  .  No other member wishing to speak,  the motion was put and carried on a  division of 13 to 6, which struck the  eight-hour law question off the list.   ;  John Houston then moved that if the  question of the eight-hour law was referred to the conference of the boards  of trade or put to a vote that delegates  from Nelson be instructed to vote  against the consideration of the question and refrain from any speaking  upon it. ,..,  J. Roderick Robinson from,the chair  opposed the resolution. He said that  when the question came up of appointing delegates to represent the  Nelson board it never occurred to him  that the delegates would have their  tongues tied so far as not being able  to express their opinion upon any question which might come up. At the  time no such idea was suggested. He  had expressed at the time a desire to  be relieved of the office of delegate and  he would inform the members that lie  Would probably exercise his right of  appointing a substitute to proceed to  Rossland in his place.  The question was then put and the  motion instructing the delegates to let  the eight-hour question severely alone  was carried on. a vote of eleven to six.  John A. Turner then moved,that the  three other questions recommended by  the council of the board for consideration at the Rossland conference be  struck out. This was seconded by  John Houston and carried without any  attempt at discussion.  tract shall be determined by the company's published statements.  Mr. Fraser moved an amendment  that nothing in the bill should prejudice any case before the courts.. This  he afterwards"witudrew..    ���'  In reply to further observations Mr.  Fielding said he had no idea of bringing in a, bill to -prevent people from  being misled. People always would-be  misled, but he objected to the use of  the word swindling.  Mr. Mclrines'   motion   was  put and  lost. '       ".  - ,:  ��g4*4*'^4,^.^'4,^4*4*^4,^4**l*,l,4*'i,'i,'i*4',i'''4','4,4,j?  The Best Beer in Town is Made by The .  RUMORED COALITION.  Rates Charged on Loans.  An Ottawa dispatch says: Borrowers were'championed by Dr. Sprouie,  Mr. McMullen and others in the house  banking and commerce committee on  the Dominion Permanent Loan company's amended bill this morning. Dr.  Sprouie characterized the average system of lending in Canada "a swindling system," and held that no more  charters or bills should be sanctioned  by parliament that did not protect borrowers from higher interest than was  fair- and he understood that under the  present system it was stated that a  loan was to be repaid, say with 6 per  cent, interest on the principal; whereas  the interest was in reality on the full  amount originally borrowed- irrespective' of repayment. Mr. McMullen  figured out an illustration, showing  the interest which was represented at 6  per cent, per annum in reality averaged 29 per cent. He favored the insertion of a clause similar to that recently adopted by the Ontario legislature, providing that the exact interest  to be paid shall be set forth in all contracts.  Another view was that it would be  sufficient to require that a clause might  be inserted providing that the company  should be bound by its published rates  and literature.  Very strong assertions were made as  to the company's rules and by-laws,  which drew . forth a protest from Mr.  McCarthy that unless such assertions  were founded on fact they should not  be made; but if founded on fact the  sooner an investigation was commenced  the better.  Hon. Mr. Fielding said it was clear  to him that if the committee felt that  the company's practices had not been  all they should be, the bill should stand  over.   ".  E. F. Clarke said all the expectations  of the company might not have been  realized, but it could not be pretended  that there had been any sharp practice  or operations in the remotest degree  justifying the use of the term "swindling" or anything of that sort.  Mr. Holmes reported cases where the  borrowers were to repay loans, with interest in full, by ninety-six equal  monthly payments, and when those  were paid, instead of the loan being  discharged the company presented a  fresh claim for fifteen more payments  under its rules and regulations, its  business not having realized the expectations on which its rates were calculated.  Mr. Clarke protested against the  statement, the cases being before the  courts.  E. B. Osier said the company was  in much the same position as all loan  companies as well as insurance companies. None of them had quite realized what they confidently counted on  fifteen years ago, owing to the steady  reduction of earnings obtainable by  the invested funds.  Mr. Henderson saw no reason for refusing to pass the bill, but in future  applications for new charters there  should be strict limitations.  Mr. Mclnnes offered an additional  clause to be inserted in the bill, providing that the conditions of the  con-  Far-Fetched Dispatch Sent Ont From Vancouver.  As everybody is naturally interested  in the political crisis, the following  dispatch sent from Vancouver is published for what it is worth:  A coalition ministry is the latest development in the" arrangements going  on in provincial government circles.  It is announced that this arrangement  has been made which will obviate the  necessity of a general election. The  program is for Governor Mclnnes to  act on Premier Semlin's advice and  dismiss Martin. The proposed'plan includes H.D. Helmcken, ��� the senior  member of Victoria city, as Martin's  successor. Two other opposition members will be given portfolios, but just  who they will be has. not yet been  finally decided. Semlin and Cotton  will remain in, the government. They  have agreed that one of the conditions  of the coalition shall be a changed  policy. The eight-hour law affecting  miners, and anti-alien legislation will  be repealed. There has-been some little opposition to the suggestion of a  coalition government by certain opposition supporters, but their views have  been overruled by the majority of the  opposition members, who contend there  is little use of insisting upon the defeat  of the government when an arrangement probably satisfactory to the country can be perfected by a coalition.  The new opposition will be headed by  Martin and consist of those opposed to  the coalition.  &>  EWERY  HAUTIKGEl!  0> i<  & PORTMAM  4��  ��f*  Proprietors.  i> i>  Lager Beer  PATERNIZE HOME INDUSTRY.  w4f,.  The Elkhorn Lager Beer contains only pure Malt and Hops.      Try it!  It is kept on draught or in bottles by all, the leading hotels in the district��fc>  )%x .$. -se-f .*s �����$��� stif 9s,-f .se*fss-.��f.*t*f9s ���$> #**<  Louis Blue.  A. FisniiK.  1 li CO.  MILLS     AND      YARDS     AT ���  Greenwood City    %    Eholt Creek, B, G   Manufacturers of Roujrh and .Dressed ^���     ���  Shingles, Lath, Mouldings, Sash and Doors*  ft,f4  "ALL KINDS OF FACTORY WORK MADE TO  Lumber delivered to any place in the City or  ORDER  to Mining Camps  Rossland.  Greenwood.  ^ investment ��* ^  'fCYifel LIMITED , LIABILITY. *      fU  QReaf &e��<xtt dnb Qttintng (gxokm, '  ���Financial & Insurance Agents  GEO.   R.   NADEN,   Manager.  A.   F=.   &   A.   M.  GREENWOOD LODGE, A. F. & A. M.  Regrular  Communication   first    Thursday   in  every month.   Sojourning- brethren cordially  invited. J.   C.   HAAS,  C. Scott Galloway, W..M.        ���   Secretary  Established 1862..  ��MM4.MM4IH4IM4��HM4(   ���*����������.�����<�������������  Furniture  Carpets  Linoleums  Cork Carpet  Curtains  Wallpaper  Furnishings.  House  .   larfre  stock  of  Fine   and   Medium  Priced Goods in above lines.  Send for Samples and Prices���free.  1WEILER BROS., VICTORlflr B.C. j  * -GREENWOOD- *���  Flour, Feed, Produce ^Commission Co.  Dealers in Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Butter, Eggs, etc.  HEAVY   WAGON   SCALES   IN   CONNECTION   WITH   OUR   BUSINESS  Silver Street, Greenwood.  >KO^��^-��>l��-W<-��<K��)'0-lt<K*^M-B<��t-��0��*<��-a-����>-fl^mtK��-��>-t-w^^i*-i.W.fr<     ���t^lM^t<��MHtt^><l>-*<t> ��� ����� ��� ��t  USE  \  -A]  ,  X-  y ---  * .  BRAND FLOUR,  Our bread flours "are made  from wheat pronounced h)'  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 you will  have the best article the  market affords. Our Brands  are Hungarian, X X X X,  Patent, and Strong Bakers,  and our Pastry Flours, Best  Pastry and Economy.  Hfldl FLOUR MILLS CO  ARMSTRONG, B. C.  OFFICE:  NADEN-PLOOD  BLOCK, COPPER ST., GREENWOOD, B. C.  ���       Graduate  Pennsylvania College of Dental   Surerery, Philadelphia.     Licentiate of  I British Columbia   GREENWOOD is the financial and commercial  centre of Boundar}^ Creek district. It is the supply  point for the mining camps. From the . city, roads  lead  to  the  GREEWNOOD,  CORRER,  LONG   LAKE.  DEADWOOD,  SUMMIT,  SKYLARK,  WHITE  AND  ATWOOD,  WELLINGTON,  SMITH'S,  AND   OTHER   BOUNDARY   CREEK   CAA\PS.  Three   chartered   Banks   have   branches   in   the   city.  For price of Lots and other information, address  ROT.   WOOD  or  C.   SCOTT  GALLOWAY,  GREENWOOD.   BOUNDARY   CREEK.  Or apply to the Ag-en^s :  B.C.  c.  F. COSTERTON  Vkrhow,  �����*/  A. K. STUART,  Vancouver.  ��"&/  J. . JOHNSON k CO.,  Rossland, THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  ounbarp $>eefi Ctme��-  I'ltKLISIIKiJ   WEEKLY. HY  The Boundary Creek Printing & Publishing  Company, Limited. ,,   Editor.   Manager  Duncan Ross   W. J.   HAHHIiK.  SATURDAY,  JULY 15," 1.899.  FREIGHT RATES TO BOUNDARY  CREEK.  Greenwood merchants cannot derive  much satisfaction from the schedule of  freight rates < prepared by Mr. Peters,  which was published in the Boundary  'Ckehk Times last week. The rates  , do not lower the cost of transportation  to Greenwood. ' The cost of hauling-  second-class freig-ht from Robson to  Cascade will be 58 cents per 100 lbs.  or S11.60 per ton. It is scarcely probable that freighters will i>e induced to  haul from Cascade to Greenwood at a  less rate than S25 per ton, making- a  total cost from Robson of S36.60. Now  the rate to Robson will be as high as  that to Bossburg- or Penticton and as  freighters do not charge more than $35  per ton from either of the latter points,  the cost of transportation will not be  be lessened until such time as freight  is hauled by rail to a nearer point than  Cascade. Under the circumstances,  Greenwood merchants ought to make a  special effort to secure any reasonable  advantage from the C. P. R. Their  competitors across the mountain will  be in a much better position under the  new arrangement than the Boundary  Creek merchants.  ��� We do not lose sig-ht of the fact that  there is a possibility of expediting the  arrival of g-oods by rail ' to Cascade, but we do think that if a special  effort be made, more satisfactory arrangements as to cost may be secured.  The most reasonable proposition to  place before Mr. Peters is a through  rate from the coast and eastern points  to Cascade. When the railway is completed the Boundary Creek merchants  should insist on the company fixing- a  rate for Midway"and making that rate  apply to all points in the Boundary  Creek district.: Similar arrangements  are made in other localities and it is  only fair that it should apply here. A  railway company has no rig-lit to advance the interest of any competitive  town by' g-iving- it better rates than  other towns in the same district. This  is a most important question that  oug-ht to be immediately taken up by  the Board of Trade. Now is the time  to act; not when the Canadian Pacific  Railway company has established its  rates.  that he is premier and as such should  have absolute control over the members of his cabinet. Mr. Martin's  position is untenable. He cannot  honorablj' remain a member of the  cabinet and at the same time heap  abuse upon his colleag-ues through the  public press. ��� If Mr. Semlin does not  want him and Mr. Martin honestly believes that other members of the cabinet, including the premier, do not possess the confidence of the electors or  the supporters of the g-overnment he  should step down and out and fig-ht in  the open. The position is simply a  travesty upon constitutional usage.  Sir  John   Bourinot, the hig-hest authority   on   constitutional  usage, says  that  the  premier's course is a logical  one.    The premier is the choice of the  lieutenant-governor and  the  members  are the choice of the premier!    In the  present  instance  Mr.   Semlin   has   in  face of Mr. Martin's refusal, taken the  only  position   left  him.    He has communicated  with  the lieutenant-gover  nor informing him of Mr. Martin's re  fusal and asking- for his dismissal.    If  the  governor  refuses  to  dismiss  Mr  Martin,   then   Mr.   Semlin's  only re  course is to tender his resignation  and  the whole g-overnment will be an   end  In   that    event    the    g-overnor    will  grant a dissolution or  calL upon some  one else to form  a government. . Thi  Times   stated a few  weeks agfo that  while Mr. Cotton and Mr. Martin were  fig-hting- each other the position of pre  mier mig-ht go to some one else.    It is  possible that this statement may shortly be vei"ified.  F. J. MITCHELL  JWSJtcma6i7e i'. Zai��otf  HAS JUST  A LARGE  SPRING m SUMMER  SUITINGS.  PERFECT TIT  GUARANTEED.  Government St,     Greenwood,  R. E. Gosnei.i, has purchased the  Greenwood Miner and the job printing-  outfit of the Geeenwood Printing company. Mr. Gosnell is an experienced  newspaper man. The Boundary Creek  Times extends the hand of fellowship  to its esteemed contemporary. * .  in Restaurant  And LUNCH COUNTER.  Meals at all hours!  Open Day and Night.  Private Boxes. Lunches put   up  and delivered.     Ice  cream  in   season.  Telephone  WERNER & PITTOCK, Proprietors.  COPPER STKEET - - - GRERNWOODJ  B.C.  A Choice Line of Staple and Fancy  Capital, all paid up,  $12,000,000.  Rest......     ...$6,000,000.  Has Arrived.  EVERYTHING   FRESH.  Who will attempt to pick the winners in the next provincial g-eneral  election?  'Win. Lieutenant-Governor  Mclnnes  send for Beaven and Billy?  Greenwood isvthe metropolis of the  Boundary Creek country.  SOME MANITOBA HISTORY.  Apropos of the row  between the farmer premier of British   Columbia and  Joseph Martin, the story of the latter's  exit  from   the   Manitoba cabinet with  another farmer premier will prove interesting.    It   is  related   that  Martin  was   anxious   that   Greenway   should  quit.    He talked the matter  over  with  some other members of the cabinet and  they cousented to act  with  Martin in  demanding    Green-way's    resignation.  Greenway   learning-    what     was    going- on was in a quandry.    He  did not  wish to resign and knew  he  could not  carry on a government without the assistance of his   recalcitrant colleagues.  Iu   his  extremity   he   consulted   F.  C.  Wade,    who    has   since   prominently  figured  in  Klondyke affairs.    "Wade's  advice was laconic  enoug-h:    "Call the  bluff."    "What   do   you   mean?" said  Greenway.  "Accept the resignations."  "But that will break theg-overnment."  "Accept them anyway," replied Wade.  "You can not be in any worse position  and I don't think you   will   have much  trouble."   So  there  was an executive  meeting   and  all   the  members of the  government    were   present.    "Gentlemen,"   said   Mr.   Greenway,   "I   have  been    informed   that  some of you are  anxious to resign unless I   retire   from  the premiership.    Now   if you wish  to  do so I am ready to receive  your resignations now."    "I am not satisfied with  the leadership," said Joe Martin, "and  unless   you   retire  I  wish to resign."  "Your  resignation  is   accepted," said  Greenway; "any others?"    Not  one of  the   other   cabinet   ministers   moved.  The bluff worked.    Martin got out and  was succeeded by Hon. Clifford Sifton.  It  will   be   interesting  to  watch political events in the province.    Will the  farmer premier circumvent the   tactics  of "Fig-hting" Joe?  The mines of Boundary Creek are  tributary to Greenwood. . . ,  Joe Martin is still " Fig-hting-" Joe.  Greenwood, B. c  NEXT DOOR TO TELEPHONE  CORYELL'S MAP, Price $1.25.  Kerby's Map of Wellington Camp, $1.00  ���   ; .". A fine line of  Pipes,   Cigars, Y  Tobacco  Ujust Received.  and Pouches /  ������� We want your patronage. ���}*  ft. E. f RAZEE;  Grocery and Bakery,  Hamill Block, Copper Street, Greenwood.  s.<*  McELMON  Greenwood St.  Opposite Rendell's New  Block.  Having: quit the stage  express office I will devote  my whole time to the  watch repairing- business.  President;  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:  Hon. George A. Drummond.  General Manager ���E. S. Clouston.  iVS,   i%    sift  5fi*     V     ?A* '  Branches in London (England),  New York, Chicago,  And in the principal cities in Canada.  Buy and Sell Sterling-Exchang-e and  Cable Transfers; Grant Commercial  and Travellers' Credits, available in  any part of the World, "  Drafts issued,  Collections, made,  etc.  Greenwood Branch.  F.,' J.  FINUCANE. Manaeer  THE   CANADIAN  Head Office \J TORONTO.  Established 1807.  Paid-up Capital > > $6,000,000.  [Six Million Dollars.]  Rest    ...fcl.000.000.  -��<v? ^^^.^T^.*^ -*> -�����;'  m^.  J. A DNSWORTH,  Druggist  ��� V   i>  Midway.  JustArrived  ��-o*���� m ��������> o ��e�� ������<  A FINE LINE Of......  California Bottled and Canned goods   A Most Complete  Grocery ��� Stock  Rex Meats  Hazelwood Butter and  TDggs always in stock.  4?  &  g R. F. Coates & Co. j  i Contractors       p  1     And Builders I  r^S Greenwood,   B.C. ��ZZ  ������ ��~-  ^3   Store Fronts &Fixtures a Spe   alty   J^;  5 a-  p. p -  *e  n ���  S-'td  to  M  O  o  o  ��� S. '    <=>Q  PRESIDENT.  HON.   GEO.   A.   COX.  B. E. WALKER, J.   H. rLUMMEK,  General Manager.     Asst. General Manager,  This Bank has the largest number of  Branches of any Bank in Canada, with  Agencies at New York, Chicago,.New  Orleans, Skag-way arid Dawson City.  Accounts of Corporations, Merchants,  and Individuals received on favorable  terms.  Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travellers' Credits, and Circular Notes issued  available in any part of the World.      f  Approved Notes Discounted, < Collections made.  A general Banking- business transacted.  Greenwood Branch.,,,  ,D." A.  C/\A\ERON.  Manager.  '��$>  *  '������ Barrett Block, Cpper Street,  ���4�� GREENWOOD.  Camp McKinney Hotel,  HUGH CAMERON, Proprietor.  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Ciyars.  God   SrAiior.YG.  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.  THE   BANK  OP  I. B.  no.,  mmmmmmmmmmmmm  THE POLITICAL CRISIS.  It is safe to assert that the Semlin  government without Joseph Martin  would be an extremely weak one; it is  equally true that the only honorable  course for Mr. Martin is to resign. It  is useless discussing the incidents that  led to the elevation of Chas. A. Semlin  to the premiership.    The fact remains  B. C. Assay Office  (Rubo��p# QJ5oe(5m, $t. <��  �� ** ^ ft ��*'*>  RELIABLE WORK.  GRBEEWOOD,    -  B. C.  iimmmmmmmuimmmmi  i','4,    iV4    aV4    *V*    *V*    *V4    -s1.'4    i^'i    i,Jl4 ���  Thos. McDonnell.           K. M. McEntir  McDonnell s.McENTinE,  Mines and.  Real Estate  GREENWOOD    and    CAMP McKINNEY  *Y4      v,'i       ^'i      ^^     i-"4     -V4      aV4      a"*      a"4  Vc     ^/V      Vv     Vv5"    V��r    Vt5"     Vi-     V��r     Vt8"  Wa  W. I). l'ALMEK.  H. JIUNTKK.  I  -I  0  sag  m Contractors and Builders m  TURNING AND BANDSAWING  ZiZ&> SHOP  if  A  SPECIALTY.  AND   OFFICE, SII.VKK  GREENWOOD, li. C.  ST.  Mi  m  Goupil & Holden, signwriters, painters, paperhang'ers, etc.-, etc., etc.  To Commercial Travellers  and Public we are prepared  at all times to give you a  first class   MIDWAY.   B.C..  L ESTATE AND FINflNCI��L fiGEft  MINING BROKERS.  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 chanpe^of Cars, via  ;   Established in 1830.  Incorporated by Royal Charter.  Paid-up Capital       $4,866,666  Reserve Fund $1,460,000  London Office:   ���    ;:  3 Clement's  Lar.e, Lombard Street, E. C.  -#-  Court ok Dikkctoks.:d  J. H. Brodie,  John James Carter. Gaspard  Farrer, Richard H. Glvn, Henrv I. R. Farrer,  Ed. Arthur Hoare, H. J".B. Kendall, J. J.'Kinffs-  ford, Fred Lubbock, George D. Whatman.  Secretary, A. G.Wallis.  Pead oflice in Canada: St. James St., Montreal.  H. Stikeman, (reiieral manager.  J. Elmsley, inspector.,   _^t,   Branches in Canada:  London,    Brantford,     Hamilton,    Toronto,  Moutreal. Ottawa, Kingston, Quebec, St. Johii,  N. B., Brandon,  -Winnipeg, Fredericton, N. B..  lialifax, Victoria, Vancouver, Rossland, Kaslo,  Tiail, Ashcroft. Dawson City, Klondike, N. W.  T., Green v nod. Atlin and Bennett, B. C.  Agi-::>ts in the United States:  Spokaiii. .Traders' National Bank and Old  National  j: ink.     New York���(52 Wall  street)  W. Lau-son  and   J.   C.   Welsh,   agents.    San  Francisco���(124    Sansome    street)   H.   J.   Mc-  Micliael and J. R. Ambrose agents.  London Bankers:  The Bank ofgEngland and Messrs. Glyu & Co.  Foreign Agents:  Liverpool���Bank of Liverpool. Australia-  Union Bank of Australia. New Zealand���Union  Band of Australia, Bauk of New Zealand.  India, China and Japan���Chartored Mercantile  Bank of India, London and China, Agra Bank.  West Indies���Colonial Bauk. Paris-Marcuard,  Kiauss it Co.   Lyons���Credit Lyonuais.  F. T. SHORT, Manager,   Greenwood,   B.   C.  And S00 PACIFIC LINE  at a reasonable rate to all  points south of Penticton  to Cascade City if desired,  SCHUBERT & BARNES  Penticton, B. c,     Proprietors.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that Yee Lee has  purchased the Greenwood City Laundry  opposite the planing mill and isprepaired to do  a'.l kinds of laundrv work. YEE LEE.  The" IMPERIAL LIMITED."  The fastest  train  between   the   Atlantic aud  Pacific.  Eastbouud leaves Sicomous Jet. at 2:35  Westbount leaves Sicomous at 23:20  Connecting steamer leaves Penticton.  TUESDAY, THURSDAY, SATURDAY, 7:30 a.m  Connecting steamer arrives at,Penticton   -  MONDAY,   WEDNESDAY,     FRIDAY,    17:30  Accelerated   service into the Kootenay Mining  District.  Through Tickets to all Eastern Points  AT LOWEST RATES.  For   full   information   as to time, rates, Etc.  ;also   for copies  of Canadian  Pacific Railway  publications apply to  F. T. ABBOTT, -        Agent. Greenwood,  Or to   E. J, COYLE,  Dist. Passenger Agent, Vancouver.   B. C,  Mining, Stocfe,  and Real Estate  Exchange,, ,',',  Temporary Office ;  Government Street, Opp. Post Office,  GREENWOOD.  B.C.   ��������.-  �����?     S;f  Parties having- copper claims for  sale kindly call on us, and g-ive full  particulars. Would be g-lad to g-et 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 SO cents. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  annmmnmnmmm^  White Lawns  White Piques  White Swiss Muslins  White and Cream Drills.  This week we placed in stock a complete range of wash Dress Goods.    Before buying  dresses and blouses see our big stock of those beautiful stuffs  "Crums," best Prints in light1 and dark shades, all guaranteed fast colors.  Demands for these goods is large and they will not last long at our prices.  Sateens  Linen Crashes  Scotch Ginghams  Madras - Muslins  Organdie - Muslins.  THE   HUNTER-KENDRIOK   CO.,   LTD.  ?MlMUiUiU!UlUiUUUUi!timiiiUiUlU!U!UffitmutiUU  RAILWAY BUILDING.  TRACK LAID BEYOND GLADSTONE.  Will Be in .Cascade Before the End of the  Month���The- C. P. R. and Great northern���  The Branch Lines���Survey to the Similika-  raeen Country.  A. K. Stuart, collector -.''.of inland revenue,1 returned this week from a trip  to Christiana Lake. While" in that  vicinity he enjoyed seeing a railway  track for the first time in months.  The track is now five or six miles on  this side of Gladstone. Good progress  is being made on the bridges, so that  by the end of July the' company will  be in a position to haul freight to Cascade. F. W. Peters, the general freig'ht  agent for the Koetenay country, is at  present in the Boundary Creek country. He was in Cascade on Wednesday. The object of his visit is to make  arrangements for hauling freight by  the new railway. Mr. Peters stated  that the C. P. R. are not making rates  or hauling freight from. Robson'westward" The contractors will have charge  of the line, until the railway is completed.  Slowly but surely the grade of the  main line is Hearing completion  through the Boundary Creek valley  and good progress is being made with  the branch Hnex to Deadwood camp.  The grade is practically completed  from Niagara to Midway, except one  or two short distances and the high  trestle across Boundary creek at the  entrance to the city. The timbers for  this bridge have been cut at McPher-  son's mill and will be hauled by teams  to Boundary creek.  The Republic Miner surmises that  the Great Northern and the C. P. R.  have made arrangements to connect at  Carson' in order that ores from Republic and other camps on the reservation  may be hauled to the Granby smelter.  It states that the Great Northern survey party is now in the vicinity of Carson and is running lines to connect  with the projected branch of the C. P.  R. from Columbia to the international  boundary line. If there be anything  in the Miner's supposition ��� and it  seems feasible enough���it shows that  many of the arguments raised by the  C. P. R. to. defeat the Corbin charter  were manufactured for the occasion.  The C. P. R. officials ridiculed the contention that the Corbin road would  haul American ores into Canada to be  smelted, but it now looks as if the big  railway company were laying plans  with the same object in view.  Mr. Englund who had charge of the  Cascade section of the Columbia and  Western has left to assist Mr. Odell in  the survey from Rock Creek westward.  Mr. Englund will begin at Penticton  and will work towards the Similika-|  meen country.  A large force of men are at work  clearing the right-of-way for the branch  line from Eholt to Central camp. Some  sub-contracts have been let on this  branch line and the work of construction has already commenced.  on Monday evening a letter from Toronto was opened, out of which dropped  two $50 checks, one from C. D. Massie,  Fsq., and one' from Mrs. Massie-  Treble. Three handsome amounts had  already been received from Toronto���  Senator Cox, $50; J. W. Flavelle, Esq.  $50; Timothy Eaton, Esq., $25. About  three weeks ago $50 was sent by Miss  Jennie Humphrey of Moncton, N. B.  Large subscriptions have been taken  in this city, one for $100 and several  for $50 each. Many have helped as  thejr were able with sums reaching  from 50 cents to $25. Several indefinite promises of tangible help have  come from citizens of. Greenwood and  other cities of the Dominion, some of  which will certainly materialize in  cheques for $50 or more.  The committee is satisfied that when  the church has been dedicated, the debt  will not exceed $500, and there is  ground for hoping that it will be  handed over to the conference free of,  encumbrance.  VICTORIA, B.C.  LONDON, ENG  VANCOUVER, BO.  TURNER, BE ETON  &   GO.  WHOLESALE  For Sai,e or to LET.���A heavy team"  and wagon. Apply Fritz Haussener,  Greenwood, B. C.  THE SAILOR COMPANY.  METHODIST CHURCH.  Satisfactory Condition of the Church Finances  in Greenwood.  Messrs. Knox and Miller have signed  a contract to build the Greenwood  Methodist church for$l,160. Thebuild-  ing when dedicated,including S700 paid  for site, will represent about $2,100.  In this estimate no provision is made  for an organ or for a furnace for which  excavation is being made.  Reliable subscriptions aud donations,  to date, amount to $1,313.60, of which  amount Greenwood .^ responsible for  $1,038.60. Of the total amount pledged  $967.10 has been received. Nearly all  of the balance is available on demand.  When members of building committee  were  assembling to   meet contractors  The First General Meeting Held Recently in  Toronto.  The first general meeting of the  shareholders of the Sailor Consolidated  Mining and Milling company of Camp  McKinney, Limited, was held last  week, in the Temple building, Toronto.  Over 1,000,000 shares were represented  by proxy and in person. The financial  statement was read and was unanimously endorsed by the shareholders.  This statement showed that the company received some $39,104 and that  having purchased the Rover and Alice  fraction, together with all- other expenses up to date, the company have  nearly $30,000 in the treasury besides a  reserve of 200,000 shares of treasury  stock. The retiring board of directors  were re-elected by acclamation, with  the addition of Mr. William Chaplin of  St. Catherines, president of the Wel-  land Wale Manufacturing company,  who succeeds Mr. J. B. McArthur,who,  owing to pressure of business and ill-  health, was compelled to resign. The  board ot directors are therefore as follows: William Chaplin of St. Catharines, Sir Geo, A. Kirkpatrick, Chas.  B.. Watts, Diver of Toronto, T. A.  Crane of Toronto and Motreal, A. L.  Davis (Mayor of Peterboro), Dr. J. A.  Stevenson of Trenton, Thomas Mil-  burn and William C. Fox of Toronto.  Recommendations were read from the  manager of the mine to instal hoisting  plant and engines at once, and also intimating that several parties were  anxious to locate on the townsite. A  meeting of the directors will be held,  and they will decide upon, the best  course to be pursued, and it is likely  that one of them, with a well known  mining engineer, will leave for the  mine within the next few days.  KOOTENAY  LIQUORS,  Tobaccos,  Boots,  WRITE   FOB   CATALOGUE.  MERCHANTS,  IMPORTERS  BRANCH    ���    ?  ���->..  CIGARS,  SHIPPERS   AND  Carpets,  Tents,  '   /   NELSON, B, G  DRY GOODS,  China Matting,  Ore Bags,  ^n?!?!n?!!?f?!?Hff!r!H!!fnfH??!H?fnmn!?f!?!!fn!!!t!!?n!!!n!f!?!!!t??l!?!H!!!f?!!n?!?m!H???H?!!!H!^  Head Office and Works at  BEU,EVII,t,E, '' Ont.  Branch Office and Works at  Trail, B.C.  MINING   MACHINERY  THE  (TllAC  (TltAGHINE  Co., Limited,  V-^  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 Drills freezing, or wish to  save money buying repairs, then  USE   OURS. __^  TUNNELS,  MINES   AND  QUARRIES  Waxtkh.���Position as watchman or  other light work. Unable to do heavy  work on account of accident. Fkitz  Haussicnkk. Greenwood, B. C.  Fairview Drug And Book Store.  . �� JOHN LOVE & CO. ��  Druggists Stationers  iV*     *V<-    *V��  -/j*'       "*Jvc       ti\-  FAIRVIEW and CAMP McKINNEY.  A   full   line    of    Drugs,     Stationery,  Druggists Sundries.  Prescriptions   Carefully Compounded.  Straight Line Duplex and Compound  OOMRELTE   MINE   EQUIPMENT.  JAMES   COOPER   MANUFACTURING   COMPANY,   Limited  MONREAL,   P.O.  Branch   Office, ROSSLAND, B. G  JAMES D. SWORD, Manager.  aggga  'Wa wv,. ,������ u'l^fj^YfTf^lrr-i n��>K^W3rA<i  ^aas^^to���^zsx^^���= ==__  Outside PacKcd Duplex Pattern With Pot Valves.  WE ARE PREPARED  To furnish Pumping Machinery of various types for  all Mining duties. Our long experience and up to  date plant and methods enable us to warrant our  Pumps uuapproached for design, durability, compactness and general serviceable qualities. We would be  pleased to furnish catalogue and estimates.  N0RTHEY MAS^.^?,IN(: Toronto, Ont.  D. McARTHUR  6c  CO.  NELSON, B. C.  Have just received a large 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    FOR   CATALOGUE   AND    PRICES  D. McArthur & Co,f Wholesalers and Retailers of Furniture, Carpets, Etc., Nelson, B, C. There is no surer thing on eartli than that Rendell is located in the most natural position to command the trade  of the rich raining section,.'of the West Fork country. Located at the confluence of Beaver Creek and West Fork  o�� Kettle river at the Junction of the two railways and main line of the C, P, R, nothing can change its natural  loca'ien, TO'THE MANY BUYERS Eager to get in on the .ground-floor of Rendell we beg to say lots will be  ;..a the market as soon as the survey is completed, We prefer to complete the survey in preference to selling paper  loin,        In the meantime don't.be decoyed,    . ��� '-.  KETTLE   RIVER  MINING   DIVISION.  Record   of Mineral  Locations for the Week  Ending. July 13,1899.  "    . Jmy ."���   . .  Solar. West Copper camp, A. T. Kendrick.  W. X., Skylark- ciuip/Geo. Ilrads-ey.  Copper Tmsi' Jack, South Deadwood   camp, E.  ��� A. Ileiieuburg.  Greenwood, Eholt camp, Ed. T. Davis et al.  July S.  Tiulie General, Deadwood camp, R. H. Pope.  Big Bonanza, Canyon Creek camp, Wm. Cooley.  Cuilis, Summitcanip, R. W. Lee.  July 12.  Huniiiiiugford, Skylark camp,J. F. Hcmeuway.  Salamanca, Deadwood camp, R. W. Jakes etsl.  ���Helen Mac, Boundary camp, Robert Moore.  Aixie, Boundary camp, J. H. James.  Fauuey Soc, Boundary camp, A. G. Bards.  Yercole, Kimberley camp, R. C.Graham.  Legal Tender, Kimberley camp, R. C. Graham.  Certificates of Work.  July  7.  Brooklyn, C. McArthur.      .  .    '  Nordac, H. II, Shallenburgcr, et al.  'Crescent, Greenwood Crescent company.  Four Ace, W. T. Smith, et al.  Rathis Bell, W. T. Smith et al.  Tiutic, J. H. Hallett.  Aberdeen. D. Bryant.  Mohawk, Ned Bennett.  Banner, N. J. Gibson, et al.  Red Bird, Wm. Summers.  Last Chance, P, W. Peterson.  General Shafter, Thos. Hogan.  .Druiulaiiion. D. Bryant.  Yucou, Thos. Garland.  July 8.  Queen Victoria, Geo. Andrews.  .   One Guard, Alex. Wallace.  Twin Sisters, 2 years, R. W. Lee.  July 10.  Wheeling, J. Mulligan.  Glouesier, W. Hauiia.  Bald Eagle, G. R. Naden.  Nugget, F. C. Innes.  Copper King, F. C. Woods.  Argo, C. Scott Galloway.  Helen Joud, C. Scott Gslloway.  Tip Top, C. Scoti Galloway.  Triangular J uiui, ScoU.G alio way.  Amanda, M. Kane.  July 11.  Mono, H. D. Barnes.  Alder Grove,-R. tl. Elliott.  July 12.  Big Bonanza, J. W. Powell.  Hidden Pearl, C. Scott .McRae.  Peacock, C. li. Shaw.  Smuggler, Mike Sullivan.  Joker, Mike Sullivan.  Keystone, Mike Sullivan.  Apex, Mike Sullivan.  the present section are so drawn that  other sections can be added on from  time to time.  "So far as the mines are concerned  our policy -has been one of development. We do not worry about the market of our stocks at all, for our interests are pooled. ���' We are trying to get  our values out of.the ground."  When asked if he proposed to go into  any other undertakings in the province  outside of the smelter aud the mines,  he smilingly replied: "That is rather a  leading question. You see money is  always ready for sound investment  anywhere and the jiroviuce offers many  such, but it would be premature for me  to give out information before anything ^definite had been concluded.  Yes, there is plenty of eastern Canada  capital for investment out west. Eastern Canada is waking .up to the immense mining possibilities of the province, that the mining men of''your  cit3r have so energeticall}' opened up.  You see outside of the mere question of  investment for gain that only benefits  the individual capital is not only developing the west but also the east.  More mining development means more  employment, greater population in the  west that in turn means prosperity to  the manufacturers of the east, pros-  perit3' to a country., The same .applies  to this' country. The development of  California caused a stimulus of business in the factories of Maine. One  section had of necessity to supply the  other���both benefited. Today the same  thing is in progress in Canada; the  mines of British Columbia, while being largely developed by eastern Canada capital, are in turn causing-prosperity to-the manufacturing centers of  Ontario and Quebec.  Your house needs a coat  of paint.  Gbupil & Holden.  Certificale of Improvements.  July '".  Assayer, 1:. Lasher"  to T.  Transfers.  July 7  Empire, Kimberley  camp,   P. McVicaor  lfardy el ai.  Picadiley, Deadwood camp, I). Heath   to  E.  A.  Breleiigur.  July. 8.  Midnight Sun, 1-0 interest. I'\   Gome  to   R.   W,  J akes.  Albert, 1-0 interest, F. Gome lu R. W. Jakes.  July 10.  Leghorn, JJ interest, F. J.   Iloniaun  lo C. Scott  r.ailou'.'iy.  July 12.  Wren, F. M. Kerliy lo R. Denzler.  MR. MINER'S VIEWS.  He Discusses the Smelter With the Spokesman-  Review.  ' Mr. S. H. C. Miner, who is expected  in the district shortly, was interviewed  in Spokane by a representative of the  Spokesman-Review. In referring to.  the smelter lie said:  "I can assure you it will go tbroughi  Mr. Graves is backed by a substantial  and thoroughly conservative class of  eastern Canadian business men and  whatever we propose to do we will do.  What we are now building is simply a  section���500 tons only���of what we all  hope will be a great smelting undertaking. As- occasion requires the capacity will be increased.    The plans of  George Ben, of the Nelson Hardware  company, who visited the Boundary  Creek country a short time ago, was  interviewed hy the Nelson Miner. The  interviewed or the interviewer was  badly mixed up. Mr. Ben is credited  with saying that the Winnipeg is the  nearest mine to Greenwood and that it  had been closed through the enforcement of the eight-hour law. There are  a score of mines nearer Greenwood  than the Winnipeg and that mine has  not been closed. There are many other  inaccuracies in the interview equally  glaring.  Goupil & Holden, signwriters, painters, papei'liangers, etc., etc., etc.  NOTICE,  TVfOTlcE is hereby given to the stockholders  JLjL "f The Winnipeg Mining &' Smelling  Co. Limited, that the annual meeting of the  stockholders of said company, which was held  at their ofiice at their mine iu Wellington  Camp, Yale Dist, B. C, at 2 o'clock, p. mi, ou  June 30th, J8'W, was adjourned to meet again, at  the same place on Monday. July 31st, 1899. at  2 o'clock, p. in., of that day." Theobject of the  meeting is the election of officers lo serve for  the ensuiiiL.'' year, and the transaction of such  oilier business as mav properlv come, before  I he same. The Winnipeg M". & S. Co. Ltd.,  Non-Personal Liability.    Per. W. V. HONEY,  Secretary.  WINERS and : :  PROSPECTORS  should Wear   : :  Co.'s  " Columbia "  " Kootenay "  " Vancouver  All of which are First.class Foot Wear  *il  ���ft      T       ,V;  FIRMS..  In  Connection  with "THE TIMES" we have one of  the most complete     ���'    ���   './   v    ���    v    ���    ���    ���    v    v  m  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/it 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,  OORRER ST.  GREENWOO,    B. O.  niBUB  m  I  "8  m THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  Premier Semlin and Attorney-General.  The following- very interesting correspondence, the publication of which  caused ' a sensation on the coast, explains itself :',.'���  Provincial Secretary's Office,  Victoria, July 3,1899.  Dear Mr. Martin;���Yours of the 1st  reached me this p. m. In it you say  you think it would be more satisfactory  if I would put in writing-the ground  upon which I asked you to resign your  seat in my government. :���<'���  I think I mentioned your absence  from.-your office.  The discussion of executive matters  outside. of; the . council, and to parties  '   not of the council.  Yourspeech at the Rossland banquet,  in which you threatened that an appropriation should not be expended because some of these persons had offended you.   Yours respectfully,  C. A.. Semlin.  ''' MARTIN'S REPLY.  Hon. Mr. Martin replied at length as  follows:  July 5, 1899.  Hon. C. A. Semlin, Premier:  Dear Mr. Semlin:���Your letter of the  3rd inst., in which you give your reasons for requesting me to resign, duly  received.       . ."   ���'  , The first reason is my absence from,  office. Allow me , to point out this is  the first occasion in ,- which - you have  ' found fault with me for this, although  I have from the very first, attended to  my private practice, and it had been  understood that I should do so. It has,  I understand, not been considered in  the past that the attorney-general for  the time being should give up his  practice, aiid if such a rule were made  it would, I think, be considered by all  that it would be impossible to obtain  the services of ai.,competent lawyer to  act as attorne^g-eneral. Allow me to  say, however, tliafcjiiy department is in  first class shape, and-I am perfectly  willing to have ijs present state compared with that of any other department of the government. You are  quite aware that that cannot be said  of your own- departmental management. If, in> your opinion the failure  to manage a department is a reeson  why;. a .member- of the government  should resign his position, then I am  surprised that you did not resign from  the government when it became evident to everyone thatyou had entirely  failed to administer, properly the department of lands and works, and you  had to admit this by consenting to a  transfer to the department of provincial  secretary. This transfer took place, as  you are well aware, for' no other reason  except that you were; utterly unfit to  administer the department of land and  works. The matters in that department had got into such a condition  that the members of the government  were unwilling to take any further responsibility with regard to it, unless  you gave it up.  Your next reason is that I have discussed executive matters outside of the  council and to parties not of the council. . This charge has no truth in it,  whatever, and I would be glad if you  would furnish particulars of any such  discussion. I think I am aware, however, of what you refer to. I fancy it is  the discussion which occurred when  the Vancouver delegation appeared before the government with regard to  Deadman's island. What I did then  was to inform the delegation that the  statements made at that meeting and  prior thereto by the Hon. Mr. Cotton  were incorrect, and that he was simply  expressing his own opinion, instead of  the opinion of the government.  He undertook to speak in the name  of the government. You will remember that in this connection Mr. Cotton  telegraphed Mayor Garden that the  government had decided to determine  the question of title of Deadman's  island before they considered what deposition they would make of it. You  are aware that the government had  never decided upon any such policy,  but in order to back up his position,  Mr. Cotton deliberately falsified the  the records of the council to amend the  same and strike out from the records  a statement to the above effect, as the  same had never been agreed upon by  the council, and never should have  been in the records. It appeal's to me  that you would have been quite justified in asking for Mr. Cotton's dismissal upon the above grounds. The last  reason that you give is that at Rossland I threatened that an appropriation should not be expended because  some of those present had offended me.  You are aware that you have never  asked me for an explanation with regard to the correctness of the report in  the newspapers of the Rossland matter,  simmmmmmmmmmmfe!  El Crepusculo,  Por Larranaga,  Benjamin Franklin,  Manuel Gorcia, Albnza  El Ecuador  Bock and Africana  LaFlorDeR Fulton  ..Turkish and Egyptian..  CIGARETTES.  Pipes and Smokers  Articles... .'���. . .;.  STATIONERY.  H. A. KING & Co.  COPPER ST.  ??ummmummmiiiiuiiiiiis:  are hard up for a reason to ask for ray  resignation when you.would fall back  upon one of thia kind. I,was probably  indiscreet at Rossland, and I should  have been very happy.to have given  you a fullexplanation of what occurred  there had you asked me for the same,  and I feel sure after, hearing my explanation you would have felt that it  was entirely out of place to request my  resignation on a ground of that kind.  Now, Mr. Semlin, having dealt with  the three reasons given by you for asking--my.-" resignation; I beg to repeat in  writing what I stated to you on Saturday���that I did not propose to resign  my position in the cabinet.and I charge  that the reasons given by you are only  pretences, and that you have been induced to ask for my resignation by Mr.  Cotton, that you and Mr. Cotton have  entered into a conspiracy to wreck the  present government and drive from it  all the Liberals, with the idea of forming a Conservative government.  I am informed and believe that you  have already negotiated.with Mr. Hel-  meken and Mr. Higgins with a view of  their entering a government of this  kind. I know that you have not consulted either Dr. McKechnie or Mr.  Hume with regard to asking for my  resignation. This contemplated course  on the part of Mr. Cotton and yourself  is, in my opinion, a gross outrage upon  the electors of this province. Dominion party lines were expressly ignored  by the late government and the present  government parties in the last genera  election. While it appears that there  are in the present house a majority of  Conservatives; that is a mure accident  and they were not elected as such.  For you, therefore, to attempt to form  a government which would depend for  its support upon these gentlemen who  happen to be Conservatives, would, it  appears to me, entirely nullify the vote  which took place ou July 9 last. I feel  satisfied that your attempt to carry out  a conspiracy of this nature will not  meet with success. At any rate you  can depend upon every effort being  made by me to frustrate it, and I feel  certain that the Conservatives of the  province who voted for the last opposition will be entirely opposed to any  such attempt. I have urged you to call  the supporters of the government in  the house together in caucus to consider the Deadman's island question,  which has created such an agitation in  the city of Vancouver. I think that  course should be adopted, and I think  in addition that it is absolutely necessary now that our supporters should be  called together to determine whether  your course in calling for my resignation is in accordance with their wishes.  If it is, I am prepared at once to resign, but I protest against your right  to ask for my resignation.  You are as a matter of tact the  premier of this province, but you are  well aware of the circumstances under  which you obtained that position. At  a caucus which took place of government supporters in Vancouver, shortly  after th? formation of the government,  called upon to form an administration,  and had done so, as I contend, in de-  finance to your obligations to your supporters. When the caucus took place  a motion approving of your course was  proposed and withdrawn, as it could  get no support. It was intended then  that a vote should be taken as to who  should be the leader Of the party. You,  however, stated, that if you were not  confirmed in your position as premier,  3'ou would resign from the house. As  at that time we had only a majority of  one, we could not afford to lose a single  supporter, and you were therefore in a  position to compel us to accept your  terms.":  In doing so you were distinctly informed by a number of members present that they only, agreed to retain you  as premier because they were forced by  your action to do so and you were distinctly informed that the matter was  simply allowed to stand until the party  became strong enough to deal with the  question upon its merits. You are,  therefore, the premier of this province  only by sufferance, and in demanding  my resignation you do not command a  majority of the supporters of the government in the. house. If my statement upon this point is correct, then,  instead of my resigning from the government/it is your duty to take that  step at once. If you have any doubt  as to whether my statement is correct  or not, that doubt can be dispelled by  calling a caucus of the government  supporters forthwith. -,  ... ,.  Yours faithfully,  Joseph Martin.  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 agent for Hugh R. Elliott, free miner's  certificate No. 18349 A, and Randolph Stuart,  free miner's certificate No. 18584, 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 20th dav of Mav, 189"). 24-0  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned William C. McDougall will apply  to the Assistant Commissioner of Lands and  Works, for the District of Osoyoos in the  County of Yale, thirty days after publication  of this notice, for a license to prospect for Coal  on the following land; Initial post of Red  Bluff Coal deposit, cousistingof four hundred  and sixty acres, commencing with the Initial  post, thence North sixty chains, thence West  eighty chains, thence South sixty chains,  thence East eighty chains to-noint of commencement. W. C. McOOUGALL.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate   of   improvements.  NOTICE.  RED ROCK mineral claim, situate iu the  Kettle River Mining division of Yale District. Where located: Iu 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, and the British America  Development Company,.limited, (foreign), free  miner's certificate No. 41458 A, intend, sixty  days from the date dereof, to apply to the  mining recorder for a certilicate 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. 24-0  ,    MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate  of   improuemerits.  NOTICE.  GREY EAGLE mineral claim, situate in the  --Settle River Mining division of Yale district. Where located : In Greenwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John F.Hemcnway,  as agent for Jay P. Graves, free miner's  certificate No. 1429C 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* 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 12fh day of June, 1899. 24-6  Licence Authorising an Extra-Prouiiicial  Gompany to Carry on Business.  'COMPANIES-ACT, 1897,  THISTLE : :  !s the Best Scotch Whisky  '" . ���AND���  SEAGRAM'S  The Best Canadian.  SOLE AGENTS:  R.   P.   RlTHET  &   CO.  VICTORIA     B.C.  Ltd.  T  W. J. Snodgrass & Sons, Prop's.  Leaves Penticton at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thurs-  da3rs, and Saturdays for Camp McKinney,  Rock Creek, Midway, Anaconda, Greenwood,  Carson and Grand For^s.  Returning leaves Grand Forks at 7 a.m. each  and every day except Sunday for Greenwood  and'leaves Greenwood for Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdavs at 1 p.m.  Carries the Mails, Passengers and Express.  EST Will sell through Tickets to Vancouver,  Victoria, Seattle or Portland.  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: In Long  Lake camp. -���<--,  TAKE notice that I William James Harris  Free Miner's Certcficate No. 79645 intend, sixty days from, the date hereof,, to  applj- 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 thisllSth day of May, 1899. 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 : Iu Dead-  wood Camp, yi 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 mining recorder for a certificate of  improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  crown grant of the above claim.  And "fuktiiek take notice that action under  Section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated the 9th day of June, 1899.  Municipalty of The City of Greenwood,  ELECTION NOTICE, i  and in asking for my resignation upon j it was intended that the members  this ground you assumed that the I should elect the leader of the present  newspaper reports were correet with-1 government party. That caucus had  out calling upon me for an explanation, been adjourned for that express pur-  This, it seems to me,  shows  that you | pose.    In the meantime  you had been  PUBLIC Notice is hereby given to the electors of the South Ward ill the.Municipality  of the city of Greenwood that I require the  presence of the said electors iu the court House,  in Greenwood aforesaid, on Wednesday, 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 George  H. Cro'pley. Further notice is hereby given  that in the event of a poll being necessary such  poll will be opened on Saturday, 15th July, 1899,  at the court house aforesaid from 8 a. in. to 4  p. ni.' of which every person is hereby required  to take notice aud govern himself accordingly.  Given under niv hand at Greenwood this 28th  dav of June, 1899*. G. B. TAYLOR,  Returning Officer.  MINERAL   ACT,   1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements  N OTIC K.  TIME FRACTION mineral claim, situate in  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located: Iu Greenwood  camp immediately west of and adjoining  the New York mineral claim. Crown  Granted.  TAKE NOTICE that 1 Prescott Campbell  McArthur. Free Miner's certificate No.  19239a, intend, sixty days from the dale thereof,  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 improvement.  Dated this 13th day of July, 1899.  H. KEMR  WINDOWS  OFFICES,   STORES  CLEANED.  Collections -  PRIVATE NURSING  FOR GENTLEMAN....  Leave Orders at  Store , . , .  White  Front  Your house needs  Gotipil & Holden.  a coat  of  paint.  MINERAL  ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  LITTLE MAY Mineral claim, situate in  the  Kettle River Mill ing Division of Yale District.  Where Located : In Copper camp adjoining  the Jumbo mineral'daim.  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, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of sueh certificate of improvements.  Dated this 20th day of May, 1899. 24-.i  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 Combination Mining and  Milling company (foreign), free miner's certificate No. 14354 A," intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the'mining recorder  for a certificate of improveniems 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  iu the Kettle River Mining Division of  Yale District. Where located���in Deadwood  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Fred K. McMaun,  Free Miners Certificate No. 18414A. intend, sixty days from the date hereof lo apply  to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvements for the purpose- of obtaining a  crown grant to the above claim  And further take notice that 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 certilicate No. 19,-  622a, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to  apply to the niiiifng record,*!' 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 niurl be commenced before the issuance oj such certificate of improvements.  Dated the 23rd day of June, 1899.  Boundary    Valley   Lodee  No. 38. I.O.O.F.  EETS everv   Tuesday  Evening   at   8.00   in  their lodge room at Greenwood, B.C.   A cordial  invitation is extended lo all sojourning brethren. Thos. M. Cur.i.iiv, N.G.  Duncan Ross, Rec. Sec.  ,.. Canada : i  Pkovinck of Bkitish Colo.miiia.  "  No. 150.  THIS IS TO CERTIFY that -'The Mom-  real Boundary Creek Mining Company,  Limited," is aurhori'zed and licensed to carry on  business within the Province of.British Columbia, and to carry out or effect all or any of the  objects hereinafter f,set forth, to which the  legislative��authorit3-of.t he Legislature of British  Columbia extends.  , The head office 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 each.  The head office of the Company in this Province is situate al the City of Greenwood, and  Clive Pringle, Barrister-at-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, and mines of every other  description, and to carry ou the business of .  milling of every'descriptio'u, including crushing  washing, smelting,' reducing, and 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, aud to sell and  dispose of the same, or any of the same :  To  purchase  and   acquire  certain    mineral  lands, leases, licenses, and rights over minerals .  iu the Province of New Brunswick, and also to  purchase   and., acquire, lands   and  properties  situate   in   British   Columbia   and   any   other <  Province or District in the Dominion of Canada:  To purchase and otherwise acquire and  deal  in real and personal property of all kinds, and  in grants, concessions, leases, options,  licences  or authorities of and over lands,  mines, 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 iu New Brunswick and inBritish 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 suchpro-.  perties   and   things  either   in   shares,   of the  Company'or partly iu cash and 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 withrall  or any part of the property and rights of the  Company (including the granting of powers to  work' any mines or'claims or patents of the  Company), upon any terms ann 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 lii 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 .  wilh or dispose of the same, or any interest  therein, respectively :  To enter into any agreement for sharing pro-,  fits, nnion of interests, or co-ojieratioii with any  person or company carrying'oil, or about to  carry ou, any business or transaction capable  of being conducted so as to benefit the said  Companv :  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 the-purposesof tliisCompany:  To pay out of the funds of the Company all  expenses of or incidental to the formation,  registration and advertising of the Company,  and to remunerate any person or company for  services rendered, or to be rendered, iu placing  of the shares in the Company's capital, or aiiy  debentures or other securities of the Company,  iu or about the formation or promotion of the  Company, or the conduct of its business.  Given under my hand and seal of office at  Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this  12th dav of June, one thousand eight hundred  and ninety-nine. S. Y. WOOTTON,  [L.S.]     Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  =H-��&  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  SEt  LED TENDERS, properly indorsed,  hole or separate, will be received by the  Honourable the Chief Commissioner of Lauds  and Works up to Friday the 7th July, for the  erection and completion o*f School Buildings at  the followiog places, viz :���  Greenwood. Ashcroft, Slocan, Revelstoke and  Fernie, 18. 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 and Fernie, B. C, on and  after the 23rd June.  Tenders will not be considered unless made  out ou the forms supplied, and signed with the  actual signature of tile tenders.  The lowest or any lender uol necessarily  accepted..  W. S. GORE.  Denuty Commissioder of Lands & Works.  Lauds aud Works Department,  Victoria, B.C, 7th June. W��.  NOTICE TO PRE-FJPTORS 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 dale* of this notice.'  failing which their records or agreements concerning such lands are liable to cancellation, as  provided by section 3s of the "Land Act."  K. ("A KTEK-COTTON.  Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works.  Lauds and Works Department.  Victoria. II. C, 22nd June. lS'l'l.  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 debts"owiug  to the said partnership are to be paid to George  Guise ai West Fork, Kettle Kiver. and all  claims against llie said partnership are to be  presented to thesaid George Guise  W li HEKBEKT  GEORGE GIJ1SK  Daied   at  Greenwood. I: C. this   12lh  dav  of  June. A   1>. :s'f>  WIT.N'KS  If C SHAW THE   BOUNDAKY   CRE.E.K. TIM ES.  GREENWOOD  AND   DISTRICT.  W. J. Snodgrass was in from Okanogan Falls this week.  Blake Wilson, manager for P. Burns  & Co., was in the city this week.  J. L. Conlin.Pether & Leiser's agent,  paid Greenwood a business visit this  week. '���',:  H. T. Wilgress, the C. P. R. right-of-  way agent, has returned from a visit  to the coast.  D. . McLeod, chief of Mann, Foley  Bros. & Larsen's commissary department, was in the city this week.  A. Allenbtirg, the well known insurance man who , arrived from Spolc.ne  last week, has been ill for a   few days.  Theo. Kruger, of Osoyoos, is seriously ill. Last week he was visited by Rev.  H. Irwin who rode from Greenwood to  see him.  W. L. Hogg yesterday visited the J.  S. in Summit camp, which he recently  .bonded. A development plant has been  ordered for the property.  Wm. Foster and J. R. Gilbert," two  Butte mining experts who were in the  district three months ago, have returned and are  examining  properties.  A report came'from Republic that 26  persons were arrested there a few days  ago" for horsestealing���they include  some young men from Midway and  vicinity. The report could, not be  authenticated at the time of writing^  The Cameron pump recently ordered  by the Lemon Co. through Harry  Howson agent for the Wm. Hamilton  Manufacturing Company has arrived  at the mine and is working satisfactorily.. The development of the Lemon  properties is now being pushed  vigorously.        -   "  J. D. Sword, the general agent of the  James Cooper Manufacturing company  spent a day at the Sunset with Mr.  Hogg and Superintendent Mcfarlane.  The location for the big plant was decided upon and arrangements . made  for its installation.  Mr. S. H. C. Miner, Mrs. and Miss  Miner of Granby, Que., A. L. White, of  Montreal, and Mr. Carroll of New  York, have arrived in Spokane. Mr.  Miner is president and Mr. White secretary of the Knob Hill company.  They will visit the mine and smelter  before returning east.  Geo. A. Guess is on6e more under  maternal care, his mother coming from  Kingston, Ont., to visit her son in the  west. Mrs. Guess will probably spend  the most of the summer here. She is  accompanied by Master Guess who is  not yet as big as George, but time will  cure this defect.  F. W. Peters, general C. P. R.  freight agent, arrived in the city  Thursday evening, accompanied by  Mr. Hannington. Mr. Peters is booking freight by the Columbia & Western, which he expects will be in Cascade by August 1st. He left Friday  evening for Republic, but would not  state whether his company were going  to make an effort to handle the freight  business of the reservation.  Messrs. McDonald, Wood and Denz-  ler, have given a three months' extension on the bond held by A. J. Mc-  Mullan on the Snowshoe. The extension was considered necessary because  of the delay in securing machinery  and consequent slow progress in development work. Now that the plant is  installed, a good showing will be made  during the next three months.  The committee having the. matter in  charge have secured thirty-five signatures to the petition for the incorporation of the Greenwood Board of Trade.  As only thirty names were necessary  the incorporation of the board is now  assured. A special meeting- of all those  interested will be held in Rendell's  hall, this Friday evening, for the purpose of taking further steps towards  incorporation. A large attendance is  urgently requested.  Fred H. Oliver, manager of the  Morrison Mining company, was in the  city this week. The tunnel on the  Morrison has been connected with the  shaft by an upraise, giving- a splendid current of air, The Morrison is  looking well, and as the management  is determined to vigorously prosecute  development work, it is sure to become  a big mine in a short time.  Returning Officer Tailor sat in the  court house Wednesday from 12 o'clock  until 2, but no one came forward to  nominate a candidate for the vacant  aldermanic seat in the South ward.  There are now two vacancies in the  council, one in the North and one in  the South ward. So far the council  has been unable to secure properly  qualified electors to fill the positions.  There are plenty of qualified men in  the citv, but they do not care to be connected with municipal affairs under  existing conditions.  F. Wollaston, of Grand Forks was in  the city this week.  Geo. Birtch, of Thompson, North Dakota, is in the city.  C. A. Vedder, the well known insurance man is in the city.  The plant has been installed on the  Oro Denero and is  running   smoothly.  E. L. Beer, C. P. R. townsite agent  at Columbia, was a visitor to Greenwood this week.  Dr. White and R. H. Parkinson, of  Fairview, were among the visitors to  Career.wood this week.  Jas. D. Sword, general agent for the  Ingersoll-SergeantRock Drill company  was in the city this week.  Louis Blue, of the Boundary Creek  Milling & Lumber company, was in  the city for several days this week.  The Greenwood Miner, anxious to be  in the very best company, has moved  next door to the Boundary. Creek  Times. '  TO RENT.���Two nice rooms "unfurnished, also one front room furnished, in a central place. Apply at this  office. o ���  The town of Westport, at the confluence of the West Fork and main  Kettle river, will be placed on the market in a few weeks.  Rev. Thos. Oswold who had charge  of the Presbyterian mission here is  now stationed at Ladner's on the  Fraser river. ;  Mrs. Foreman, her daughter Mrs.  Nichols and several local artists will  give an entertainment in Barrett's  hall this (Friday) evening.  D. R. Young, of the "-Kootenay Mining Standard,was'in the city this week,  in connection with the "special July  edition of the publication.  Mr. Mcintosh, superintendent of the  Oro Denero, left on Wednesday for.  ���Kootenay to look after his own mining  interests. He expects to be away about  two months.,  J. B. Ferguson, of Vancouver, general agent for the Mutual Life Insurance company of New York, made  Greenwood a business visit, this week.  Forbes M. Kerby, P. L. S., has returned from the West Fork country,  after having completed the subdivision  of the townsite of Rendell into lots.  Several real estate transfers are  reported for the week. The sales were  principally residentallots, the purchasers being those who intend building  homes in the city.  The annual meeting of the Winnipeg  company has been postponed until  July 31. Mr. Beecher, the treasurer of  the company, is expected from Grand  Forks, N. D., before that date.  The Columbia Telephone company  have opened offices in Greenwood and  Midway. The Greenwood office is located at LaCasto's and the Midway  office in Unsworth's drug store.  J. W. Astley and A. J. McMillan,  who are connected with the Snowshoe  mine, arrived from Rossland this week.  The hoist has been installed at the  Snowshoe and is working very satisfactorily.  - H. M. Lamb managing editor of the  British Columbia Mining Record was  a visitor to Boundary creek this week.  Wm. Y. Williams, superintendent of  Jay P. Graves' companies, was iu the  city this week.  Dan MacLaren, of Carson, was in  the city this week on his way home  from Kamloops. He was on the stage  at the time of the runaway. He jumped  and escaped with a few bruises. Mr.  MacLaren states that Mr. McDuff  escaped with a badly sprained ankle,  but Mr. Bash had his leg broken.  During the visit of F. B. Buck he  bonded the Lulo claim in Greenwood  camp from Randolph Stuart and H. R.  Eliott. This week the first payment  of 10 per cent was made on account of  the bond. The Lulo is a promising  property adjoining the Red Rock.  The Toronto World of recent date  states that it had a call from William  Bullock Webster, a prominent mining  man from Keremeous camp, in Southern British Columbia. Keremeous  camp is situated in the Boundary country to the west of McKinney, Greenwood, Okanagan and other well known  ore-bearing districts, and is said to be  in the same mineral bearing belt as  these camps. It is on the direct line of  the Crow's Nest Pass railway extension through Southern Kootenay. At  present it can be reached either from  Penticton or Oosayos. So. far it  is comparatively unknown, because it  is out of the general line of traffic, but  once the Crow's Nest railway is ran  through the district, it will, it is main-  ained, by "those who know it, forge  fast to the front. Mr. Bullock Webster states that the camp is a very  promising one. Its ore bodies are of  the copper-gold  character,  similar to  THE.  �� e��  #>\ ,-  "PERFECT &k��-  .SHIRT   cS'v,.  Ladie's Silk Vests,  Chemise, Drawers,  White Pique Skirts,  Dressing Jackets,  Fancy Wrappers,  To do your shopping these hot days is  Rendell's Arcade? that coupled with the  largest and best assorted stock and values  unapproachable, is a strong combination in  our favor,  E have just got in some choice lines in  the following goods/ ; <- > -.<-;'< .-"���:  Striped Grenadine's,  Covert Cloth.  L/adies Cloth,  Childrens Dresser,  ���       Etc., Etc.  L/ace   Curtains,  White Quilts,  Silk, Drapes,  Parasols.  Shirt Waists.  Etc., Etc  POR.  Fine Underwear  ireenwooi  those found in Rossland camp. The  deposits are high grade and very  large. There are a number of claims  on which development work has been  done, and it is said that several properties have already arrived at that  stage where they may be considered  proven mines. Mr. Bullock Webster  is in Toronto with a view of interesting eastern capital in Keremeous  camp. He says that those who now  get in ��� on the ground floor stand to  make a good thing otit of their ventures.  Wanted.���Position as watchman or  other light work. Unable to do heavy  work on account of accident. - Fritz  HausSEner. Greenwood, B. C.  STAGE RUNS AWAY.  Two Men Hurt In a Camp McKinney Runaway  Wednesday.  For the first time since the line was  iu operation, Wednesday's Camp McKinney stage met with a rather serious  accident. Joe Snodgrass with seven  passengers on board the stage started  from McKinney and had gone only a  short distance when the whiffle trees  of the leaders became separated from  the stage pole. Immediately the horses  started at a terrific pace down the hill.  Thos. Donald was on the box with the  driver. He assisted and the horses  were turned into the side hill and  stopped. In the meantime D. McDuff,  well known in Greenwood, and C. B.  Bash of the Victoria mine jumped out.  They were rather seriously injured  and it was reported that each had a leg  broken. Other passengers were badly  shaken up, but escaped serious injury.  The stage was delayed by the runaway  and did not reach the city until after  six o'clock. Messrs. McDuff and Bash  were taken back to McKinney.  Midway, Kettle River.  First-class Accommodation.   Good Stabling.   Stopping Place for Stages.  McAULEY d KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors,  THE GREENWOOD MARKET...  ":eggg��@&��&es��&ge^:t:-:ss&��s@gs?r:��::@s������s����@����@����e��it'  H. STOECKE, PROP.  Prime  Beef,    Pork,    Mutton,    Poultry,   "Fish,   Ham,  Bacon, and L-ard.  The   public are  respectfully invited to give us a trial.  COPPER ST.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  0  RE AT WEST  OOUNTRY  Prospectors  save packing by buying your outfits at West-  bridge 10 miles above Rock Creek.  NOTE A FEW OF OUR PRICES.  Hams ��� 1'i'A cts.  Bacon l~'A cts  Dry Salt IS cts  I Sug-ar 8.35 cwt  Flour 2.25 sack  For Sale or to Let.���A heavy team  and wagon. Apply Fritz Haussener,  Greenwood, B. C.  Goupil & Holden, sign writers, painters, paperhangers, etc., etc., etc.  Rice 10 lbs for $1  Powder ...l��c case lots  Fuse ������$! coil  Caps $1 box  Jessop Steel ISc lb.  A Full Stock Now on Hand of Miners' and Prospectors Supplies.  Boots and Shoes. Groceries, Hardware, and Cent's Furnishings.  SUCCESSOR TO  HERBERT <�� GUISE.

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