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 SATURDAY,  JANUARY  29,  1898  (g 1fc?ee% Joutrnae  PUBLISHED AX GREE  ?  '��� ^/�� VJ^t^rtW   ���->f."*'J  ���- .��� ti^/aaa ";?s t'.vj^ TTnr��3MnM-/ny;��S>''3K^.';  I  as , ��!������-  i::   ffi  i  p'-  m  In fact the most complete stock in Southern Yale, Crockery from the Individual  to the Mammoth, Hotel Men can do better with us in Glass Ware than importing,  One  trial  will   convince the  most   sceptical, -       -  There are some Bargains left yet in CUT GLASS WARE;  Gome and see for yourself.  We are selling them at 10 per cent, above cost, and will until further notice.  We carry the largest stock of Paints and Oils in this part of the Provinces  in  fact  too  large ^because  we  want  to  make  room for  Spring  stock,  in Hardware, Stoves, Granite and Tinware, Carpenters' and Miners' Tools,  Ore Cars and Rails, Powder and Steel, Paints and Oils, Sashes and Doors,  Water Pipes and Fixtures. All kinds of Tinsmithing, Plumbing, and Furnace Work,  GREENWOOD,  ... .B. C  m wrr^rmi >hf ��^��  ��� *^* ,   *���*��� .  9  MANUFACTURERS     OF  9  lie  -/if  ��1&  #  *?i��*  -'^MtQ  Works at  HAMILTON, ONT.  BELOEIL, QUEBEC,  WAVERLEY,  N, S,  \ R C,  -���>��s��  ���-��a  -~^*��S9  a  ��� j��  wff|fHf!!fHf!!fHff|ff!f?!f  $&  �����<��*  ->if  g  '"ie  Agencies in British. Columbia :  Victoria, Vancouver,  Nanaimo, Nelson,  Kaslo, Sandon,  And all the principal towns in Canada,  ��*^w-  <f^^*-^-  ??!?????!?!  If  ��fbc  ���!  .' i  sum I  i  5  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  The City Council.  The reg-ular meeting- of the city  council was held on Monday evening-.  His Worship Mayor Wood presided and  all the members were present. Messrs.  Naden   and  McRae,  two  of  the fire-  . Wardens, were present and discussed  fire protection with the council. Mr.  Naden stated that there were now  about ten chemical fire extinguishers  in the city, and they considered it wise  , to ask the owners to give them a thorough test; They would ask the city to  make good the cost of re-filling the extinguishers. The chemicals to re-fill  an extinguisher cost about 30 cents. If  the extinguishers prove a success the  city might procure some to augment  those held by private persons. Mr.  Naden also sugg-ested that the council  assume control of fire matters, thus relieving the fire wardens of the responsibility. Y   ,  Aid. Phelan would regret to see the  management of the fire department in  different hands from the present. He  was in favor of the test suggested by  Mr. Naden.  Aid. G-alloway considered the hand  chemicals a very nice toy^ but thought  them of little value in fighting fires.  He was hi favor of giving them a thorough test. If they prove of any use he  would be in favor of the city securing  some. The residents of Greenwood  were living in a fool's paradise as fat-  as fire is concerned. He would like to  see the volunteer brigade kept up and  the council give a plan of fire protection their earliest and serious consideration.  After further discussion in which  Mr. McRae, His Worship the Mayor,  and 'several of ihe aldermen took part,  'a committee of Aid. Barrett, Parry  and G-alloway were appointed to co-operate with the fire-wardens in securing  the test.    Mr. McRae also  urg-ed that  c  the council provide some suitable building in which to store the buckets, etc.,  belonging* to the volunteer department.  The counpil promised to attend to the  matter immediately.  Aid. Phelan was granted leave to  introduce a Temporary L/Oan By-law.  It provides for the borrowing- of not  .more than $1,000, until the revenue for  the year is collected. It was read a  first and. second time, considered in  committee, and read a third time.  The council then adjourned.  A School Teacher.  In response to an advertisement  which appeared in one of the coast  papers, the trustees of the Greenwood  public school have secured only one  application for teacher. The applicant is Mr. Keith who holds a first class  New Brunswick certificate. Not having a provincial certificate the trustees  have petitioned the superintendent of  education to grant him'a temporary  certificate until the midsummer examination.s.  A grand   ball   and   banquet   will   be  given at   the Lancashire   House, Midway, early next week.    The table will  be supplied with all the delicacies that  can be imported.  Certificate of the Registration of  an extra-provincial company.  " Companies'Act, 1897."  Combination Mining and Milling Company.  Reg-istered the 3rd da3' of January, 1898.  I HEREBY Certify that I have this day reg-  ^ istered the "Combination Mining- and  Milling- Company " as an Extra-Provincial  Company under the "Companies' Act, 1897," to  carry out or effect all or any of the objects  hereinafter set forth to which the legislative  authorit3' of the Legislature of British Columbia extends.  The head office of the compan3' is situated in  the City of Spokane, State of Washing-ton, U.S:  The amount of the capital of the company is  six hundred thousand dollars, divided into six  hundred thousand shares of one dollar each.  The head office of the corhpany  in  this Province is situate in Victoria, and.William Mon-  teith, insurance aud commission  ag-ent,  whose  address is Victoria, B.C., is the attornej' for the  .company.  The tinie of the existence of the company is  fifty years: r ��''"������  The objects for which the company has been  established are :  To bujT, sell, lease, or otherwise acquire, mineral claims, mines and mining- property ; to explore, develop, mine, improve and operate the  same ; to sell, mortgage, lease, bond or otherwise dispose of the same ; to do anjr and all  things whatsoever which the said Corporation  may deem necessary for the development and  operation of an3r and all mineral Claims or mining- property which the said Corporation ma3r  hereafter acquire, own, or control ; to construct, maintain and operate trails, roads, and  lines of transportation, whether b3' land or water ; to build fluines or ditches, or to acquire  water-power or water rig-hts, and to lease or  sell the same ; to erect mills, or smelting- or reduction works for public or private use ; in  fact, to carry on a g-eneral mining-, reduction,  and smelting- business in all its various departments, in aiiy of the States and Territories of  the United States, also in the Province of British Columbia.  Given under my hand and seal of office at  Victoria,  Province o�� British Columbia,  this  3rd da37 of Januaiy, one thousand eig-ht hundred arid ninetv-eight. .  [L.s.j                 S. Y. WOOTTON,  72-4 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  Certificate of the Registration of  an extra-provincial company.  " Companies' Act, 1897."  The Boundary Creek Mining Company.  Reg-istered' the 28tli day of December, 1897.  I HEREBY Certify that I have this day registered " The Boundar3r Creek Mining-  Company " as an Extra-Provincial Compau3v  under the "Companies' Act, 1897," to cany out  or effect all or an3r of the objects hereinafter set  forth to which the legislative author^y of the  Legislature of British Columbia extends.  The head office of the compa^^ is situate in  the City of Spokane, Stateof Washing-ton, U.S..  The amount of the capital stock of the company isone. million dollars, divided into one  million shares of one dollar each.  The head office of the eompan3T in this Province is situate at Greenwood-Ci.tjr, and Louis  I. Ostroski, merchant, whose address is Greenwood CU3-, is the attorne3r for the company-.  The time of the existence of the company' is'  flf ty years.  The. objects for which the company has been  established are :  To acquire, hold, plat into city and town lots,  sell, lease, or mortgage lauds and real estate in  the United States of America, and iu the Province of British Columbia, Canada ; to locate,  acquire, procure, hold, buy, sell, lease and operate mines aud mining- claims in the United  States of America and in the Province of British Columbia, Canada ; to carry on the business of purchasing-, selling-, milling-, smelting-,  matting-, stamping- and reducing- ores aud minerals of every kind and description iu the  United States of America and iu the Province  of British Columbia, Canada, and to acquire,  lease and operate water rig-hts aud flumes for  the purpose Of mining- and treating- ores, and  running- and operating- electrical machiueiy,  and for ainr and all purposes iu the United  States and in the Province, of British Columbia, Canada; to purchase, acquire, hold, erect  and operate lig-ht and power plants for the  purpose of mining- and treating- ores and for  the purpose of furnishing- lights and creating  power for all purposes in the United States of  America aud in the Province of British Columbia, Canada:  To borrow 1110110.3' for the purposes of the  company and to execute notes therefor, and to  execute mortg-ag-es upon the property of the  ���company to secure the payment thereof, to such  an amount and upon such terms as the Board  of Trustees may think proper, within the limitations provided by the by-laws :  To set apart and sell for the purpose of raising- and operating-, aud funding- capital for the  purposes of the corporation, not to exceed one  hundred aud seventy-five thousand dollars of  the capital stock of the'company, upon such  terms and at such prices as the Board of Trustees may direct :  To purchase from the subscribers to the cap-  Hal such mining' and other property as the  Board of Trusiees may deem proper, aud to receive such mining- claim's.and other properlN" in  pavment of subscriptions to the capital stock  to such amounts as the Board of Trustees may  think proper, and to issue fnlly paid-up stock  therefor. ���<-:���'���  Given under my hand and seal of office at  Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this  28th da.y of December, one thousand eig-ht hundred and ninetv-seven.  [l.s.'] S. Y. WOOTTON,  72-4 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  Gp:RTIFICATE OF THE   REGISTRATION OF  AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY.  " Companies' Act, 2897."  ���" Old Ironsides Mining Company."  Reg-istered the 28th day of December, 1897.  J HEREBY CERTIFY that I have this day  JL reg-istered the " Old Ironsides Mining-  Compan3r,'.'; as an Extra-Provincial Compan3"  under the " Companies' Act, 1897," to carry out  or effect all or any of the objects hereinafter  set forth, to which the legislative authority of  the Legislature of British Columbia extends.  The head office of the compan3- is situate in  the cit3r of Spokane. r  The amount of the capital of the com pany is  one million dollars, divided into one million  shares of one dollar each.  The head office of the compah3" in this Province is situate at Old Ironsides Mine, Greenwood camp, Oso3roos division of Yale district,  and J. F. Hemenway, superintendent, of the  same address, is the attorney'for the company.  The time of the existence of  the company is  fifty years.  "...   The objects for which the company has been  established are :  To work, operate, bu3", sell, lease, locate, ac- '  quire, procure, hold and deal in mines, metals  and mineral claims of eyer3r kind and description within the United States of America and  the Province of British Columbia, Canada; to  carry on and conduct a g-eneral mining-, smelting^ milling- and reduction business; to purchase, acquire, hold, erect and operate electric  lig-ht and power plants for the purpose of mining- and treating- ores, and for the purpose- of  furnishing lights and creating- power for all  purposes; to bond, bu3y, lease, locate and hold  ditches, flumes arid water-rights ; to construct,  lease, buy. sell, build or operate railroads, ferries, trarriways, or other means of transportation for transporting- ores, mining- or other material ;, to own, bond, buy, sell, lease and locate  timber and timber claims ; and finally to do  everything- consistent, proper aud convenient  and requisite for the carnirig out of the objects and purposes aforesaid, in their fullest^  and broadest sense, within the territory aforesaid. - "' ���.���''''���.���"' '���'  Given under 1113' hand and seal of office at  Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this  twenty -eighth da\r of December, one thousand  eight'hundred'and ninety-seven. ���'.. ���'���'..-  4     '   [L.S.]  - S. Y. WOOTTON, .  71-4 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  MINERAL/   ACT,   1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  RIVERSIDE Mineral claim, situate in the Kettle Rivermining division, Oso3'oos division of Yale district. Where located : About  four miles above Rock Creek, on Kettle  riveri  TAKE notice that I, John Drummond An-  derson, P.L.S., of Trail, B.C., acting as  agent for Benjamin Perkins, free miner's  certificate No. 83,758, intend, sixt3* da3's from  the date hereof, to appl3* 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 15th day of Januar3% 1898.       71-8  >  MINERAL    ACTrT896~  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  BIG EDDY mineral claim, situate in the Kettle River mining division, Oso3^oos division  of Yale district. Where located : About four  miles above Rock Creek, on Kettle river.  TAKE notice that I, John Drummond Anderson, P.L.S., of Trail, B.C., acting as  agent for Benjamin Perkins, free miner's "certificate No. 83,758, aud Hugh Reed, free-  miner's certificate No. 81,891, intend, sixt\-  days from tlie 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 improvement.  Dated this 15th day of Januaty, 1898.        71-8  ,   MINERAL,    ACT,    1896^  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  TUNNEL Mineral Claim, situate iu the  Kettle River   mining  division  of  Yale  district.  Where located : Smith's camp.  '"ipAKE notice that I, Lindsay M. McCarren���  X free miner's certificate No. 89,871, intend,  sixt\- clays from the date hereof, to applv to the  Mining Recorder for a certificate, of-iriiprove-  ments, for the. purpose of obtaining a Crown  grant of the above claim.  And further  take, notice that action,  under  sectiou 37, must be commenced, before the   insurance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated tliis 15th cUry of Januarv, 1898.       71-8  '1 '���;;���% ��:.  rifk��''n>.  #CSUNDARY   CREfiK   "MlES;  The Heinze Petitions.  The petitions in charge of Col; Topping are wonderful productions. If  Bourinot is an authority on parliamentary procedure they will never be received by the Dominion House, for  they are couched in language that  abuses other railway companies and  reflects upon the action of the Dominion government last session. After  asking the people to view with great  indignation the conduct of the V. V. &  $. company, arid with alarm the cori-  ductQof the C.P.R., and with admiration the conduct of unselfish, patriotic  F. Auguste  Heinze,  the  petition  sets  ������ forth :".,  That one of the most extensive and  valuable mineral districts in Canada,  including the Kettle River, Boundary  Creek and Lower Okanagan sections,  was now lying idle and unproductive,  owing to the want of trasportation facilities ; that Mr. Heinze had in 1896  obtained a charter to build through  this country ; that he had already completed 23 miles of this line between  Robson and Trail; that he had expended over a million dollars in building this and a smelter at Trail, and  that it was his intention to build other  smelters in the lower country ; that  owing to the opposition of a rival company (the V., V. & .E>.) he had been unable to obtain assistance from the Dominion government last session, and  that a determined effort was now being  made by the C.P.R. to crush out his  scheme ; and urging that every effort  should be given to enable Mr. Heinze  to carry on the construction of the line  at once.  The petition addressed  to  the  Provincial legislature asks for  sympathy,  and the one addressed to the Dominion  '������'//���'  parliament asks that " a liberal subsidy should be granted at the earliest  possible moment to the Columbia &:  Western Railway Company, to enable  them to proceed with and complete the  said Trail-Penticton railway."  fasliington's Birthday, Feb. 22.  -Q^0>=^-  i���  The World's Depression,  Its Cause and Cure*  THE   REV.   T.   C.   GUY  WIljL deliver a Lecture on the above subject on Washing-ton's Birthday, Feb.  32nd, at 8 o'clock p.m., iu Rendell & Cp.'s Hall.  Greenwood. In connection therewith, a select  Musical Programme will be rendered.  ADMISSION : Adults, 50c. ; Children, 25c  Proceeds to liquidate a deficit on the Organ  Fund, to purchase new Hj^mn Books, and other  incidental expenses.  As this is a subject which concerns eveor-  bodj-, it is hoped that all will take advantag-e  of it. H. B. MUNROE,  73-4 Secretarjv  CORYELL'S MAP, Price $1.25.  To Subscribe for any of the Leading Magazines  Write for Rates to  Court Boundary, No. 3576, T.0.F.  THE ABOVE COURT meets at Greenwood  on the first and third Thursday evening's  of every month. Visiting- Members are cordially welcomed.  GEORGE F. MILI/ER, -  Duncan Ross, Recording-Secretary.  Chief Rang-er. 45  Established 1862.  Manufacturers of Furni^  ture, Upholstery, etc* 3C  Importers of Crockei-y, Glassware, Carpets,  Wall Paper, Linoleums, etc. Residences and  Hotels furnished throughout. All orders, no  matter how larg-e, promptlA- filled, as we have  the  LflRGEST STOCK IN THE PROVINGL  *V*     *�������    aV*  fie      fie"     fie~'  Write us for Catalog-ue and Price List.  jSJ*    *�������    &  fie      fie"     fie"  VICTORIA,   B.C.  GRAND  SCENERY. LOW   RATES.  MODEL   ACCOMMODATIONS.  OOJBAISJ     TO     OOEAN  Without change of Cars, via  :'iii����il  And S00 PACIFIC LINE  consisting- of palace  dining- cars, eleg-ant  tourist cars and  free  Solid vestibule trains,  sleeping- cars, luxurious  day coaches, mag-nificent  colonist sleepers.  The only line running- throug-h   tourist cars  from the coast  j  WINNIPEG,  MINNEAPOLIS  ST.   PAUL,  TORONTO,  MONTREAL,  BOSTON,  Lowest rates to RITPf)pp   Via all Atlantic   .  and from       DU.lVUfLi Steamship line  Canadian Pacific Ry. Go.'s  Royal Mail SS. Line to Japan and China  These twin-screw steamers are in every respect superior to any ships that have yet sailed  the Pacific ocean. The route is 300 miles  shorter than via any other Trans-Patific line.    .  , fie~      fie"  Canadian-Australian Steamer L,ine  ���TO���  Honolulu, Fiji and Australia.  The shortest line to the Colonies. These  steamers carry an experienced medical man  and a stewardess on evei'3' voyag-e.  For time tables, pamphlets, or any information, call on or address  H. S. SCADDING. E.  J.   COYLE,  Ag-ent, Dist. Pass. Ag-ent,  PENTICTON. VANCOUVER.  LEWIS HIND, Local Ticket Agent, Anaconda.  Is the Best Scotch Whisky  AND���  f  The Best Canadian.  SOLE  AGENTS :  B.C.  R.  P.  RithET & Co. Ltd.  VICTORIA     B.C.  w  ilverwar��  MILLER   BR@So,v  The Pioneer Jewelers,  GREENWOOD.  falin  ENDERBY   and   VERNON.  Tkadb Mark  Red Stak.  Makers of Flour pronounced by experts lo be  the best made on the Pacific Coast.  HUNGARIAN  XXX STAR  STRONG' BAKERS  GRAHAM ,  Bran Shorts Chop Etc  [L.S.] THOS.   R.    McINNES.  ''������   CANADA.   :  PROVINCE OF   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the United  Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland,  Queen, Defender of the Faith, &c, &c, &c.  To Our faithful the Members, elected to serve  in the Legislative Assembl3r of Our Province of British Columbia at Our City of  Victoria���Greeting.  A   PROCLAMATION.  Ai, G. Smith, [ ".  DEPUTY  ATTORNEY-GENERAL. J  WHEREAS We are desirous and resolved  as soon as ma}- be, to meet Our people  of Our Province of British Columbia, and to  have their advice in Our Legislature :  NOW KNOW YE, that for divers causes and  considerations, and taking- into consideration  the ease and convenience of Our loving subjects, We have thougiit fit, by and with the  advice of Our Executive Council of the Province of British Columbia, to hereby convoke,  and Iry these presents enjoin you, and each of  you, that ou Thitrsda3r, the Tenth day of the.  month of February, one thousand eig-ht hundred and ninety-eigiit, you meet Us iu Our said  Legislature or Parliament of Our said Province  at Our City of Victoria, FOR THE DISPATCH OF BUSINESS, to treat, do, act, and  conclude upon those things which in Our  Legislature of the Province of British Columbia, by the Common Council of Our said Province, may, by the favour of God, be ordained.  In Testimony Whekeok, We have caused  these Our Letters to be made Patent, and  the Great Seal of the said Province to be  hereunto affixed : Witness, the Honourable Thomas R. McInnes, Lieutenant-  Governor of Our said Province of British  Columbia, in Our City of Victoria, in Our  said Province, this Thirtieth da>- of December, in the .year of Our Lord one  thousand eight hundred and ninetj'-seven,  and in the sixty-first year of Our reign.  B\- Command.  JAMES    BAKER,  70-4 Provincial Secretary. '  I,  I  I  i  i  ;  THE   BOUNDARY   C REEKTIMES���'..  n  V..."  In a few weeks we are expecting a large stock of Spring Goods.     Gttr prem-  ises being limited   as   to   space,   we  are  about   to  make   our   Customers���the  general public���an offer which surpasses anything ever offered in the Boundary  * ��� ��� - ��� .   ' '  Creek district.     Until the end of January, to all purchasers of   CLOTHING we  will give a discount of  retail prices. All our goods are marked in Plain Figures, and for every Dollar's  worth purchased we return you Fifteen Cents. A great feature about our goods  is : No Old Stock ! All this Season's goods. See our Clothing Window this  month. We hereunder mention a few articles which you can purchase, with the  allowance of Fifteen-Cents, on the Dollar off.:  Men's & Boys'. Woollen Underclothing-  Men's Flannel Underclothing- -  Sweaters  Men's Wool Shirts  "'"    Tweed Shirts  "       Serge  Shirts-  Men's and Boys' Night Shirts  Ladies' Wool Gloves and Mitts  Boys' " " "  Men's  Men's  Buckskin  Gloves  and  Mitts  Ladies' Felt Slippers  Ladies'   Boots  and  Shoes  Men's and Youths' Pants  Boys' Suits and Overcoats  Men's  Suits Men's  Socks  Ladies'   and  Children's  Hose  Men's and  Youths'   Mackinaws  Men's   and  Boys'   Hats   and  Caps  Men's  and  Boys'   Boots  and  Shoes  Etc.,        Etc.,        Etc.  All mail orders receive prompt attention. Write us for prices on any of above  lines, or enclose cash and we will forward goods to your address, plainly marked, so that  you can see our allowance of'Fifteen per cent. Discount. (15c. on the dollar). This is a  Cash offer and only holds good till the last day of Januarjr.  Address  your   orders   or   call  at  OLSON  PHELAN,  Next Door to the Drug Store,  GREENWOOD.  P.S.1���A full line of Groceries, Eggs, Butter, Hams, Bacon, Salt Pork, etc., always in stock.  Special  Prices  given  for  quantities.  GREENWOOD AND  DISTRICT.  Mr. Thomas Miller is away on a business trip to the coast cities.  Mr. I.. A. Dinsmore has been elected  school trustee at Grand Forks.  The org-an for the Presbyterian Mission in Greenwood arrived from Penticton on Thursday.  Mr. J. C. Haas, M. E., has been appointed attorney of the Acme Gold  Mining Company (foreign ). The office of the company is at Mr. Hallett's  office, Green wood.  The regular meeting of the Boundary  Creek Mining & Commercial Association will be held on Wednesday next.  As business of importance comes up  for discussion, a large attendance is  requested. ,,  Mr. O. I).', Sanford has secured the  contract for sinking the shaft on the  C. O. D. claim in Long Lake camp.  This is one of the properties recently  bonded by Mr. R. W. Macfarlane, M.  E., for an English Syndicate.  Rev. Mr. Guy has decided to deliver  a lecture ou "bimetallism" on Tuesday, Feb. 22nd, the anniversary of  Washington's birthday. As the Rev.  gentleman has given the subject much  consideration, the lecture will no doubt  prove interesting and instructive.  The receipts are for the benefit of the  church.  THE  T  "J "����� T "��  -Jk .  Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B,C,  ���sV* *>������� $''  fie' fie tie"  We are prepared to welcome Guests and provide g'ood accommodation.  Headquarters for Mining Men.        Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.   IyivERY Stable in connkction.���������  fie  0k  lie  fie  W, NELSON  Proprietor.  XM  ���FornierU- of Moucton, N.B.���  GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.C.  &V4 *.4 ^cf4  f'e      iie~      fie  Good Tools, plenty' of Material,  aud  30 years'  Experience iu the business.  Engineers' and Surveyors' Instruments, Guns,  &c, Repaired.  A113' kind of small Mechanical Work done.  Camp McKi  HUGH CAMERON. Proprietor.  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Good   Stahung. .</'__[   t?J/^'lffdayirisrB!^i.v.^  atowuwflft.'S.'a-aUirSW^'j'���J 1.  Spil  0?.  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  CATITAL  $1,500,000,  In   1,500,000  shares of $1 each,   of  which'  jobpoo  are   Treasury   Stock*  if:  m  9>94Q+*+C+��-4&>Q+9*Q-<t0*��-*9+9-4&>9-^9-*B��&40O>9*&P-9<*  ��(rectors:  G.   ARTHUR   REN DELL '^.^L^^^^eisidmi  S.   S.   FOWLER,   A.B.,EM. ..:���...���..!:.:-..,..Vice-President.   ���  D.   A.   HOLBROOK.  :..:..........Manager.  thos. ^McDonnell c. m. shaw, c:e,<p.l.s.  O&tttfters: ;  rBANK  OF {MONTREAL,   VERNON,   B.C.  ^��^��H��M��MIHK��H4It��W>MI����4��HtH4��(H��  Qrj^HE COMPANY'iS  mineral  claims now number  14, of which1 12 adjoin  and  form  a  compact g*roup  situate  in'.'.,  ^1       Providence   Camp,   Boundary   Creek.     Development work is in progress oh three of thesev viz. the D. A..  vi��      Q. A. R., and O. B. claims, each giving promise of good results. r   -- '  <*���  *���  HEAD OrriCE   .   .   .   GREEN WOOD.   B. C.  Correspondence Invited a  E, JACCFBSi   Secretatyy~ and  Treasurer.  ! SMITH & McLEOD, j  %'  9  A  H  ���  ��� ��  Proprietors of the  VERNON   SAVvV  PLANING   AND  MOULDING MILLS  Sash and Door Factory at -Vernon.  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NOTICE  KOTICE is hereby given that application  will be made to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columbia at its  next session for an Act to incorporate The  Mountain Tramway & Electric Compatiy, with  power to construct, acquire, and operate ropeways and tramways for transportation of  freight from points 011 or near the Nakusp &  Slocan .Railway and brandies thereof to mines  and mineral claims in the McG.ui.g-an Camp and  Whitewater Basin, and elsewhere in the district through which said railway and branches  pass or will pass, and from points on the Columbia & Kootenay- Railway, Crow's Nest Line,  constructed or to be constructed, aud branches,  thereof in the. mining districts of East and  West Kootenay, to mines and mineral claims  in the district through which the said:  Railways- and branches respect-full3r pass or  will pass : and to construct, acquire and operate works aud plant to generate and supply  heat, light and electricitj' in the said districts  and elsewhere in the province, and to dispose  of such heat, light and electricity-; and to acquire and hold all kinds of real and personal  property^, together with the power to expropriate lands and all other powers and privileges  that may be necessary', incidental or advantageous to the full exercise of the 'powers hereinbefore mentioned.  Dated this 14th day of December, 1897.  ��� Davis, Marshall, McNeil & Abbott,  67-7 Solicitors for Applicants.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby- given that an application will be made to the Parliament of  Canada at the next session thereof for an Act  to incorporate, a Company to construct and  maintain a. railway from a point ou the International Boundary Line at or near Cascade  City, British Columbia, thence in a westerly-  direction, following the valley of the Kettle  river to a point on the. said Boundary Line, at  or near Carson ; also from another point on the  said Boundary Line at or near Midwav, thence  northerly, following the valley of Boundary  creek to a point about twenty miles north of  Midway ; with power to construct and maintain branch lines, aud 'at the said Boundary-  Line to connect with aud to operate the whole  in conjunction with the railway line of the  Spokane Falls & Northern Railway- Company,  with power to the company to construct, operate and maintain telegraph and telephone lines  as well for commercial purposes as the business  of the railway; aud for all other necessary and  usual powers.  Dated the 4th day of December. A.D. 1897.  BO DWELL, IRVING & DUFF.  67-7 Solicitors for Applicants.  (0  111  q:  0  Greenwood City, B.C.  fie  Gico. E. Seymour & Co., Prop.4  fie  First-class  Accommodation.  Stages from all parts pass the  door.  SQUARE   TREATMENT.  imuu.mftqji.mi-ti'iLtmujmiBisiigzi  0)  0  c  m  6  m  Financial and Insurance Agent  1 Qtofar^ (pufiftc i  VERNON,    B.C.  AG 12NT  FOR  The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.  The'Royral Insurance Co.  The Scottish Union & National Ins. Co.  The London���& Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  The'Insurance'Company of North America-  The London & Canadian Fire Ins. Co.  Dominion Building & Loan Association.  APPRAISER   FOR  The Canada Permanent Loan & Savings Co.  m  '<\  MERCHANT TAILOR  GREENWOOD CITY, B.G.  ^t>    Perfect fit guaranteed. w��W*tt!����e35^WVJir;s;Mtorc^rra��wCT^^  ����a��wiu'jsa��3a3*WF!SCa��irr.**io( aa  THE-5- BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIWES.  5  6  i  i!  MINERS and: :  PROSPECTORS  should Wear : :  Ames: Holden Co/s  "Columbia"  "Kootenay"  "Vancouver"  All of which arc First-class Foot Wear.  ������:&��?���������  PUHUSHED.HY  The Boundary Creek Printing & Publishing  Company, Limited.  Duncan Ross ..:.......;......... .Editor.  W. J. Hakuek.. ....,..;. Manager.  Advertising-Rates,'are. One Dollar per inch  per month. Legal notices, 10c. and 5c. per line,  No "quack" or remedy ads. inserted at anjr  price. Subscriptions are due in advance; other  accounts payable monthly.  Address all communications to  ��� .   The, Times,,  Greenwood, B.C.  SUBSCRIPTION,  $2.00  PER. YEAR,   IN   ADVANCE.  SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1898. : -V  J A bliiecpencil mark in this space indi-       ;     |  f cates that 'your Subscription is due.... J  t  ���  NOTES.  ���The newvshaft on the Winnipeg- is  down over sixty-five feet.  The Silver Dollar on the Main-Kettle  River above Rock Creek has been  bonded for $35,000.   ; '  W. B.<> Davey, the well-known contractor, has purchased Averill's business at Grand Forks.  Mr. A. S. Thomas, of Rossland, has,-  accepted   a  position  with  Mr.   W.   S.  Fletcher, the druggist. ;  Freight arrived in Greenwood in  larg-e quantities during- the week several teams being- in from Marcus and  Pehticton.  The adjourned meeting- of the Boundary Creek Mining-& Milling* Company  will be held in Rendell & Co's. hall, at  3 o'clock; next Thursday afternoon.  It   is   reported  that   ex-Eieutenant-  Governor C. H. Mcintosh,   the  provincial manager of the British  American  Corporation, intends to visit Bpundarj:.  Creek district shortly.  The C.P.R. survey party is camped  at Chas. Rendell's ranch on Pass  Creek. They are making- a thoroug-h  surye3r of the route and securing- all the  data necessary to the beginning of  active construction.  A poison fiend succeeded in destroying" some of the most valuable dog-sin  Midway this week. The curs escaped.  Mr. McAuley who lost his valuable  boar hound is offering- a reward of $50  for the arrest of the poisoner.  A miner who lives in a cabin at Anaconda imbibed too much Greenwood  whiskey on Wednesday evening- and on  Thursday morning- he was found on  the roadside between Greenwood and  Anadonda. Both hands were badly  frozen but no serious effects are expected.  ���         _.  Hotel Arrivals.  The following- were the arrivals at  the International hotel during- the  week :  Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, E. Spraggett,  A. J. Fee. I. ' H. Dinsmore, Grand  Forks ; G. E. Sherrin, London, E.ng.;  C. A. Coffie, J. L. Webb, A. A. Noble,  A. E. Lcrnan, C. Woodsworth, A. K.  Thompson, G. R.   Cunningham.  E. M.  Rice,. J.. McCraney, J. J. S^ijlivan, Andrew Gray, Ov B. Wilkie, Rossland ;  Randolph Stuart, A. K. Stuart, Forbes  M. Kirby, Midway ; E. T. Smith, Anaconda; J. T. Fife, Vancouver ; W. C.  Perry, New Westminster ; E. F. McCoy, A. A. Young-, G. H. Martin,;C. G.  Dixon, Spokane ; B. T. Agate, G. H.  Miller, Col. Topping, Trail ; J. Harrington, Joe Taylor, J. Kane, Thomas  McDonnell, W. A. McDougall, City ;  J. F. Hemenway, Old Ironsides ; A. H.  Harrison, C. Barchard, B. C. Mine ; W.  J. Barker, Jewel Mine; Murdock McMillan, Mother Eode.  The following were the   arrivals   at  the Pioneer hotel during the week :  Eouis Madisbn, W. Ferris, D. Steele,  Camp McKinney ; W. J. Porter, Golden  Crown ; W. Hanna; George Rumberger  Thos. Hardy, Floyd Vaughan, City; T.  P. Mclntyre, Winnipeg ; A. T. Thomas,  Rossland ; Wm. George, Fairview ; F.  Gambling, Boundary Falls ; Wm. Powers, J. W. Greer, S. Bennernian, Mid-  way; T. R. Ella, Vancouver ; Dr.  Christie, Skylark; James. Cunningham, Summit Camp ; Ed Maloney;  Eoomiston.  Spokane was again visited by a large  fire this week' Severallives were lost.  Jno. W. Graham & Co., the well known  stationers, were among the heaviest  losers, their large stock being completely destroy ed.��  Join our Circulating Eibrary. Buy the  first book���Return it���Get another  and pay ten cents.  @-���a t~-~^>  SMiTH & McRAE'S,  Books, Stationery, Wall Paper, Fancy  Goods and Notions,  Copper Street, Greenwood.  MOTIGE is hereby given .that ��� sixty .'daj-s.  from date hereof I intend to apply'.to the  Chief Commissioner of I/auds and Works for  permission to purchase, the following- described  land, situate m the Osoyoos division of Yale  district, B.C.,Viz'.':' Commencing at the southwest corner of O. M. Rendell's, "pre-emption on  Eholt creek, thence running north 40 chains,  thence west 40 chains, thence south 40 chains,  thence east 40 chains to point of commencement, comprising 160 acres more or less.  Dated at Greenwood, B.C., Januarv 19th, 1898.  72-9     ;, w. j. harber.  Stationery..  DomEvSTic & Imported Cigars, > Pipes.  Fruits and Candies.  Toys,  Leather Goods,  Cutlery,  Etc., Etc, Etc.  Greenwood Book Store,  9 GOVERNMENT  ST.  UWSGttE&USIZfZSXX  T.-tff^aJBP!^^pa'*^ag^i     ft  Delicious  U'-JW��iH'Mjw.����m>'u.��u am  aKsas&a&xsmsiBusa&xsnaai  Toothsome  unwaawittwi ta muk iruanttfltaBUflisai  WILLS' Famous "Navy Cut," "Traveller,"  and other lines of Tobaccos.  IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS.  n. E. ERAZEE,  HamilS Bloclc  Copper Street.  H.   HALL.ETT,  dtrri^ter, Mo&cxtotr  NOTARY    PUBLIC.  GREENWOOD,   B"..0.  ���ORBES   M.   KERBY.  ���Assoc, Mem. Can. Soc. Civil Engineers,.  (proving Hdn& ^urt>egor  AND  CIVII,  ENGINEER,  ��� (ttoftwrj? QJufiftc��� MIDWAY-,   a. c.  ���':��    W.   JAKES,   M.D.,   CM.,  ���'.'���"','..,' BY APPOINTMENT ',���   '  Resident Physician to Kettle  River District.  Office       :   .".:������   Greenwood. B.C.  J,   E'HARLA  SUCCESSOR , TO   W.   W.   GIBBS,  ASSAYER  GREENWOOD ���     -    B. p.  QtiARLES; AE. SMAW,  Givil    Engineer,  ��ominton cmb' (proijmctaf &anb ^urSe^or.-  /'GREENWOOD,       -       B.C.       ���  ,C   A.  GUESS, M.A.  ���H." A.  GUESS,  M.A.  UESS  Assayers 6l Chemists.  Thoroug-hljT familiar with Boundary Creek  .and Fairview mining- districts. Properties  examined, assays and analyses of ores, fuels;  furnace products, etc.  Greenwood, B.C. __  HENRY NICHOLSON,  (U-otdtg <p\Mc, (Jttining ^geitt  Mining Negotiations Tkansacted.  Offices���Camp McKinney.  N*B.���Some   valuable   Mining-    Properties   in  Camp McKinney.andGvicinity for, disposal.  J  OHN   A.   CORYELL,  am., b.c.a.  ���'"'���;/'.''CtlWf Engineer,  Provincial Land Surveyor and Draughtsman.  Irrigation Projects, Eng-ineering aud Surve3'  Work, with plans and Estimates in a.ny portion  of the pi-ovince, immediately attended to.  Maps and Plans of anj- portion of Oso3roos  district and mining camps of Kettle River Mining Division.  Residence   -   -   MIDWAY.  CD  5-  Jkl  ^  :o .  UJ  cQ.'  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(���<���:.������; i:     V  '���VM'h  M  '��bd  7&  *  THE   B O UN-DA RY   GREEK   35IME S,  ii����iili��iMKBiae.,tJ'awrg...i'!AtT. rji'h.tr.ji,-.j!:'.l,li,''T.T.T^��?iTT-OTn^y��^^^rjt����j��  #  WgW  ^  ;&d��  For those who  ;ill  R"  We have Men's and Boys' Suits that would cost you anywhere  else in town a good deal more than we are selling them for.  ye' -ry  Suit we sell is well made and made from the best material.  ���JEST*'   A special v" drive " in Mackinaw Suits ; they are warm,   durable  and just the thing for the cold weather.  We carry  in  BOOTS  and  SHOES  only the lines of the best manufacturers,  ;\-���������������;���������'.,/'iWe;'ha've.'a' large  avssortmeht,   from  the   Finest  Foot-wear  to  Miners' Strong Boots. ?  X.'<��&,'-fSC.���. ^C A Special Line of Rubber Goods, X    X   X   X  *j  #.     #  COPPER   STREET      -      -      -       GREENWOOD.   B. C.  <^  **  ?TC  ���7TC  <�����  e��  The Greenwood, City MkrcantiI/E Co.-has been appointed agents  for the, OKANAGAN^ FLOUR MI^ the best all-round  Flour on the market.     Try it  once and you will   use no other.     Their  brands are '4 Hungarian, "   " XXXX,"   M Strong Bakers', "  "Economy, "  and  "Superfine. "    The flour is made from wheat grown by the shareholders in the mill, and is made by the latest improved machinery.  ���        Okanagan  Flour ! Mill   Co.'s  Flour  is  THE  BEST !  t^p*mL^i*��mmn* i LiaBfji^iigi^M>lii";JH��MI��fWniWggPC��W^^  MHBimwunjwa m�� i\ wxi jjiuju  wmnmmarasa.  mBav3S3RsmRK5mezMBnE0f&&nsmEanPB*e<an&i  GREENWOOD AND  DISTRICT.  T. R. Ella, representing McClary  stoyes, paid Greenwood r# business  visit this week.  Mayor Wood and the board of Aldermen have been invited by Mr. Speaker  Higgins to be present at the opening  of the provincial legislature.  Mr. Rogers, who is connected with  the Ingersoll-Sergeaht company, came  over from Rossland last week with a  view to straig-htening" out matters in  connection with the machinery which  his company were to deliver to the  Brandon & Golden Crown Co.  Col. Topping- left for Grand Forks on  Thursday morning-, where a public  meeting" was probably called to discuss  railway matters. Col. Topping- was  greatly impressed with the mining-  possibilities of this district, and he intends returning- to make investments.  Mr. T. P. Mclntyre, travelling representative for Ashdown, the well  known Winnipeg- hardware firm, visited Greenwood this week. In order to  meet the increasing" trade of the district, the Russell Hardware Company  ordered two carloads from him. " Mac"  also sold a carload in Grand Forks.  %*��? 4* 4* 4**$* *&* 4* *$* 4* *$* *&��� 4* ���$* 4* 4* ���$��� 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* *$*$?  ������  Is prepared to supply the trade with first-class Bottled Beer  manufactured by the " I/ion Brewery Company, I/tcl.,'-'  of Rossland. The beer is shipped in bulk, and bottled by  steam in Greenwood. No freight delays ; stock always on  hand.    Allorders filled promptly and delivered.  Leave vour order with  Greenwood Steam Bottling Works   111   Near the Saw Mill.  S��.f .f fy -.�� *f 4. $. .f .$. 4, .f. Jf..$. $> 4. .$. .$. .$. ^u .f ^ $. .$. .$. Si  raMpnmwauirami'.Mt��Mg  FOR   SALE  A KILN OF BRICK near  Anaconda,   containing from 60,000 to 70,000  bricks.    A  bargain.-���Applv to  EWING   KEIGHTLEY,  08 Midway, B.C.  BOUNDARY CREEK MINING & COMMERCIAL  ASSOCIATION  WILE   meet. everv ��� alternate   Wednesday  Evening-in   Rendell   &   Co.'s   hall  at 8:  o'clock.    The meetings are open to the public.  E. JACOBS. THOS. HARDY,  68 Secretary. -President..  U it-;  -If:1:  ���m  i  J. ��� J.  Hi  IL:.��..,- ,?;,  A-.i-  '��� t-'  t  If  ���ff.;  J-  I  I  I  fell  I  i  IS'  THE   B O U N DARYGRE E K   TIM E S,  THE V. V.  & E.  The Vancouver World is the  authority for the statement that the  negotiations   of   the   Victoria,   Vancouver  &  Eastern;   Railway Company   for   the  coiistruction of a railway from Pentic-;  ton   to  Boundary   Creek   district, are  much further advanced than is  gener-  i ally  known.    Representatives of  this  company have  been urging  upon  the  provincial government to name the V.  V. & E. as the company entitled to-the  cash subsidy for a road from Penticton  to Boundary Creek and  it  is  reported  that the   government   are   inclined to  look favorably on the proposition.  The World also states::. '��� .  "It is currently reported in  Ottawa;,  Montreal, Toronto and  elsewhere that  negotiations  are  now in an  advanced  stage,   between  Mr.  Heinze and well  known    eastern    capitalists   who   are  largely interested in mining and other  schemes in   this  province,  for  the acquirement   of   all the   interests    that  gentleman  has  in  Kootenay j such^as  railways, smelters and  mines.    There  is still a considerable  difference in the  price placed .by Mr.   Heinze  upon his  property  and  that   which   buyers are  willing to pay therefor ;  but  the hope  is strong, that in a day or  two, at  the  furtherest,    both   parties   will  ! have  reached that stage in their negotiations  when a final decision will be made and  the documents signed.    These completed, it/is then certain that active operations will be begun upon the  construction of  the  line  from Penticton eastwards, so that the waters of the Columbia river and  of'Okanagan   lake  will  be connected- inside  of  a  year   and a  half from the time of .starting, and the  parties   interested are  willing to  give  undoubted security to this effect.    It is  known that  the  Federal  government,  as well as that at Victoria, are working  in   union   in   this   matter,   each being  actuated by the desire of  affording an  outlet for what   is believed  to  be   the  richest quartz  mining  section   of  the  whole province.    The people of southern   Kootenay and Yale  district,   who  have been clamoring so long-, and justljr  so, for  railway  facilities,   can rest assured  that  their  desires  are  nearing  fulfilment.    Those  who ,are   about  to  acquire    Mr.   Heinze's   interests    are  known to be not onl}' wealthy, but experienced in railway  construction and  other great contracting projects."  Railway Visitors.  Among- the interested spectators at  the railway meeting- on Wednesday  evening were Mr. G. H. Martin, auditor of the Spokane Falls & Northern  Railway and C. G. Dixon, general  ag-ent for the Great Northern Railway.  Both have their offices in Spokane.  Mr. Dixon visited Greenwood in February last, and as*��� many car loads of  freight for the district come over his  line from the coast and eastern wholesalers, his present visit was-simply  to keep himself in touch with shippers  and to do everything in the way of expediting- freight that comes over his  line.  Mr. Martin's was also a business  trip and he interviewed the business  men in the city with a view to straightening out any little difficulties that  cropped up during the year. Both expressed their surprise at the rapid  growth and substantial appearance of  Greenwood. They left for Spokane  Friday morning.  R OSS LAND.  Greenwood.  :W  LIMITED    LIABILITY.  Financial & Insurange Agents  .<r*  GEO.   R.   NADEN,   /Manager.  ':~3-          T\ .     ��� m^  i CONTRACTOR &   BUIEDER, ^  ���i3 '���..'',���'".��� -;   ��*^  ~~2                                GOVKRNMICNT    STRICT, GrKKNWOOD,     B.C.                                J^'  ���sji?     fie~     fi\*  : Store Fronts aud Fixtures a Special-  Lours Bi/ue  A, Fisher.  MILLS  ; AND     VAROS     AT  Greenwood City    ^   Anaconda* B,G  Manufacturers  of Rough  and  Dressed  Shingles* Lath* Mouldings, Sash and Doors.  $V4     $V4    -^fe  fie      fie      fie  ALL KINDS OF FACTORY WORK MADE TO- ORDER  Lumber delivered to any place in the City or to Mining Camps  Midway, Kettle River.  First-class Accommodation.    Good Stabling.    Stopping Placb; for'Stages.  McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors,  If  you  do,   Never Forget -that  we   have   placed  in  stock with our other lines of Household Furnishings  some   FIRST-GLASS MACHINES.      We buy  them direct from the manufacturers and are prepared  to sell at prices to suit the times.  We call your special attention to our new  Which  can   be  seen   at  our  Store.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD CITY, B.C. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  ��� UJIIUJIIIIJM^JLIIVIPH  manaassrsn  WMJWimfJwmt. nc^un^y7IU-nffV',lU'Q<c1^sQAtuJU3l���lI7^<nA:Jlu���<JFfw'Vi, jthk  A  COLD   RECFPTION.  I  >;*v.  Col. Topping arrived in Greenwood  on Tuesday to get signatures to a petition in favor of the Columbia & Western railrbad. Col. Topping came down  from Vernon, having visited Fairview,  Camp McKinney, Midway and other  points. When he reached Greenwood  he had about seventy-five signatures  to the petition and when he left Greenwood he had the .same number of signatures. The most plausible arguments used by the Colonel could not  convince the people of Boundary Creek  district that it would be in the public  interests to sign the petition.  Immediately upon Col. Topping's  arrival, it was decided that in fairness  to the Columbia & Western Company  and to the people of the, district a pub-  lic meeting should be called to give  Col. Topping ariu opportunity to place  his views before the public. Consequently a meeting- was held in Reudell  & Go's, hall on Wednesday evening.  So great was the interest taken in the  question   that   the- hall   was  packed.  Anaconda,  Boundary  Falls,  Midway,  the surrounding camps, were represented   as   well  as Greenwood;    His Worship-  Mayor. Wood,  was  voted  to the  chair.    He "expressed  his pleasure  at  seeing such a. representative gathering  and to see so*/,many present  from outside the city.    It was a healthy sign to  see so   much   interest  taken in an important matter and if the people would  work unitedly they  would  have  great  influence.    The meeting was called to  get   an   expression   of   public  opinion  regarding- the advisability of'Signing a  petition asking for further   aid  for the  Heinze road.    A representative  of the  Columbia   &   Western   Company   was  present.    He was pleased to.'.meet Col.  Topping and hoped he would  go  back  to  Trail   having    a   good   opinion   of  Greenwood even if he  would  find that  the people could not agree with him on  the   railway    situation.    This   was   a  business proposition and should be considered in a businesslike wa}-:.    Personally- he could not see that it was a difficult matter for the people of Boundary  Creek to arrive   at   a  decision.    What  we want is competitive railway and we  should do everything to   assist  Corbin  in   getting   a   charter ( applause )    He  failed   to   see what  claim   Mr. Heinze  had on the people  of Boundary Creek.  (Hear, hear. )    He never built an   inch  of road for us.    He does not  think Mr.  Heinze ever intended   to   build a road.  He boasted   abptit how' he   ' Aim flammed ' the Victoria governmet, but, said ' j  Mayor   Wood,    don't   let   him     'dim  flam' us."-    (Iyoud  applause.")  Aid. Galloway, who was called upon,  suggested that Col. Topping be given  an opportunity to express his views.  Col. Topping- expressed his desire to  address the meeting later in the evening.  Aid. Galloway then proceeded with  his remarks : The railway question, he  said, was one in which the people of  Boundary Creek district took ��� a keen  interest. He doubted'if "Mr. Heinze intended to build. He first asked for a  charter only, then a land grant, then a,  cash subsidy, and now he is asking for  another cash subsidy,   and   if  he  gets  this he will simply be in a  position to  sell out at a higher figure. (Hear, hear.)  He had hof aithin JMr., Heinze  or  his  railway schemes.    (Hear,   hear.)    The  people had plenty  of promises  but no  earnest of his   bona  fide intentions to,  build a road and he believed the public  would  emphatically  declare that they  will not help him to get further  subsi-W  dies.    He understood  Mr.   Heinze was  also asking for an extension of time to  complete the road.    Why should he be  granted   further, time ?.���." (Hear, hear,)  The  people   had   no guarantee that  Heinze would build ?    That  he  would' j  not sell out to the C. P. R. or any other j  company.    Aid.   Galloway   moved  the  following resolution:  "Whereas a> representative of the  Columbia & Western Railway Go. is in  the district, asking for signatures to a  | petition praying the Dominion government to grant further aid to the Columbia & ^Western Ry. Co. ; and  Whereas the Columbia & Western  Ry. Co. has been granted enormous  land grants by the Provincial legislature to assist it in building a railway  between Trail and Penticton ;   and  Whereas, in lieu of a land grant for  a railway from Penticton to Boundary  Greek a cash subsidy,: was granted by  the Provincial legislature���'���; and  Whereas, notwithstanding the fact  that the Colunibiav& Western Railway  Co. voluntarily placed itself under  bonds to live up to the time limit in the  Columbia & Western Subsidy Act, it  has made no bona fide effort to construct the road from Trail to Penticton :  Be it therefore Re;solved that, in  the opinion of this meeting-, no signatures from the people of Boundary  Creek district be attached to the petition presented by the representative of  the Columbia & Western Ry. Cq.:  Aid. James Kerr seconded the resolution.  Col. Topping was again called upon  to express his views but declined to do  so.   ������ ��� , ::  Mr. A. Iveamy in response to calls  from the audience addressed  the meet-.  . in��-.   - ���     ���      '  He   stated  that  the   question  was a  vital and important one to the district.  All'he had in the world was in Boundary Creek district. It was one of those  questions where we ought to hasten  slowly.. He thought it better if a dozen  railways would come and he considered  that those who had matters cut and  dried should express their views. Evidently the resolutions were cut and  dried.  Aid. Galloway said no effort had  been made to have things cut and  dried. He desired an untrammelled  expression of opinion from   the public. '.  Mr. Glaze of Midwa3r thanked the  meeting for calling upon him'but he  was not posted on the railway situation.  Mr. C.J. McArthur'said the'railwa3r  topic was new to him also. He could  not say what would be the actual cost  of .constructing a railway but he considered the resolution introduced bv  Mr. Galloway a fair one. He beliaved  in supporting the road that could be  secured at the least cost to the public.  (Hear, hear.) He would like to cast  his vote against giving public money  or   hand  the heritage of the   people, to  I  any railway corporation. (Applause.)  He thought the province had given  away land that our children would require 20 years from to-day. (Applause.)  Aid. Phelan considered that a precedent was being established at this  meeting. He understood the meeting  was called for the purpose of listening  to the views of a representative of a  railway company, but apparently the  public had gathered for the purpose of  giving that representative the benefit  of their views. (Hear, hear.) ' It appeared to him with all due regard to  Col. Topping that he should tell the  public who he" is, what he is here for,  and who he is representing. They  could not intelligently vote on the resolution until thejr heard both sides of  the case. '  At the request of Aid. Kerr, Col. Topping read his petitions.  Maj'or Wood pointed out that  if  the  people signed this petition they  would  be expressing  their disapprobation of  the C. P. R. to whom Mr. Heinze would  probably  sell   and who  would build a  railway into the district.    (Hear, hear.)  Mr.   F.   Keffer,   M.   E.,   Anaconda,  agreed  with  Mr.   McArthur   that   we  should support the road that  could   be  secured at the least cost to  the public.  He believed there   is   sufficient ore in  the district to justify any railway coming   here   without   public   assistance.  (Hear, hear.)    He was iu  favor of the  resolution,    (Applause.)  Col.   Topping   then    addressed   the  meeting. He said it was indeed a pleasant thing to face a meeting thoroughly  hostile,   fearfully  hostile.      He  maintained that Mr. Heinze had  shown an  earnest  of  his  intention  to   build   to  Boundary Creek bv building  23   miles  of railway from Trail to Robsoh.. The  hand of the C.P.R. was behind  the V.,  ' V. & E." at  Ottawa  last  session   and  they succeeded in defeating Mr. Heinze  in his efforts to  secure   a   subsidy.    A  strong reason why a subsidy should be  given was that  the  people  of   British  Columbia paid over $2,000,000 annually  into the Dominion treasury and received back less than  $50,000  in  appropriations. The fight was now one between  Heinze and  the  C.P.R.     The  C.P.R.  was a monopoly, iio riiore cruel one ex- -  isted.    If the C.P.R.   was supported it  would  crush  any  other  road that attempted to get   into  this  district.    He  had no quarrel  with  Mr.   Corbin ; he  was entitled to his charter (hear, hear).  The Columbia & Western was not antagonistic   to  Mr.   Corbin.    Col.   Topping  said  the   Columbia   &   Western  would be an all-Canadian road.    If the  Dominion government grants it a subsidy it could  secure  control   of  rates.  The C.P.R. was forced, under  the conditions   imposed   in   the  Crow's Nest  Railway Act, to lay down coke in Kootenay   points  for  $11   a   ton���-half the  present cost.    He  had   assurance   that  Mr. Heinze intends to build if-granted  a subsidy.    Mr. Heinze was now fighting the C.P.R.,  and   when   he  became  antagonistic he will tight to the bitter  end.  ���Mr.   Glaze   asked    if   Col.   Topping  could give any g-uarantee that   Heinze M.  m-  ' fk  ���*9  hit  5'v  fir  fa  &������..  ���!���  I  p-i-  I  �����6  I  I''  1  ':g;  1-'  ��  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  i&wAi^tBliw  if  pis  m  will commence immediate construction  if granted a subsidy'?'.  Col. topping replied that Mr. Heinze  had assured him that he would.  Mr. Alex. Wallace stated-th at the  people of Boundary Creek had heard of  Mr. Heinze before. He criticized Mr.  Eeamy for the stand he took. The  people of Boundary Creek were a long-  suffering humanity. He would like to  see Mr. Heinze visit this district���the  Commander-in-chief of the concern  (laughter)���but he sends only his Colonel : that was good enough for Boundary Creek. The Columbia & Western  -was a gigantic humbug- (hear" hear.)  The people should oppose a subsidy to  any such boodling scheme. If Heinze  had the interests of this district at  heart, he could surely find some time  outside of that occupied with litigation  in Montana and lob by in g at Ottawa, to  visit the district (Hear, hear). The  people of Boundary Creek were not  without influence: Some four years  ago a Provincial cabinet minister  thought they were not worth considering, but that powerful cabinet minister  was defeated, and by the votes of the  people of Boundary Creek (Applause).  Col. Heinze���no, General Heinze���was  trying to pull the wool over the peo-,  pie's eyes, and he had partly succeeded.  He wasonly a prospector, but he was  tired of being humbugged and therefore wished to give expression to his  opinions.   (Applause).  Mayor  Wood  was  not  surprised   at  Mr. Wallace's strong words, as he knew,  prospectors  had  endured  great  hard- 0  ships in the district. ���  Mr. Ross  expressed   his  pleasure at  seeing  the   ladies  present.    It   was  a  healthy sign to see them take an interest  in   public   matters.    He  felt   sure  that they   were   not   disappointed because Col. Topping had furnished them  an   interesting  spectacle   in his wrestling with the facts in  connection with  the Columbia & Western Railway.    He  felt  sure  they  would  agree with him  that the facts .'got the worst of  it.    To  thoroughly understand the position of  the  Columbia &   Western   Railwa3r  it  would be necessary  to  go  back to the  time when Mr. Heinze who was then a  modest man went to Victoria for a bare  charter.    He asked for a  charter  only  and public^ stated that all he  wanted  was a   right to build   a   railway   into  Boundary Creek  district  in order that  he might secure the ores for his smelter   at  Trail.    Eess  than   two  months  afterwards he  was  again   in. Victoria  and after dining members of the  government, the Eieutenant-governor and  members of the house,   he  found it an  easy matter  to  get  something and he  asked for something.    A bill was introduced    by     the    Chief-Commissioner  * granting Heinze 20,000 acres a mile for  his   road.    The  bill    was    railroaded  through the house and Heinze  secured  his  land  grant.    Col.   Topping denies  that Heinze said  he  had  "Aim flammed" the government.    All  Mr. Ross  would sa3r was  that  Mr. Heinze could  truthful^ say that  he had "flim flammed "    the  goverment.    (Hear, hear.)  Although the Columbia & Western sub-  sid>r act Was passed the consciences of  some of the legislators  troubled them  and as a balm they had inserted in the  act a clause that compelled Mr. Heinze  to put up  a deposit  of $50,000 that he  would  build the  entire  road between  Penticton and  Trail by   1900.    He did  not intend   to  go   into   particulars  regarding this bond.    He did  not intend  to dwell   on   the  fact that Heinze succeeded   in   inducing the then   Lieutenant-Governor  of   this   province  to become a director  of his road���a lieutenant-governor who was supposed to  act  in a judicial capacit3r in a dozen different ways mentioned in the subsidy act.  Suffice   it  to   .say that Mr. Heinze did  put up the bond  and that   it   is a  first  mortgage   bond  on   the   road alread3r  built.    L,ast session Mr. Heinze again  haunted the legislature halls at Victoria and a bill was introduced whose  real object was to give Heinze a cash  subsidy of $4000 a mile in addition to  his land grant. But we were fortunate  in having ih the house men who could  not be purchased with wine suppers,  men'who could not be ''flini flammed,"  men who asserted their independence  for the nonce and the bill was altered  so that for the portion of the road  between Penticton and Bounda^ Creek  Mr. Heinze would have to accept either  the land grant or the subsidy and if he  wished the cash subsidy he must begin  August  next.    Mr. Heinze  scene  of  his opera-  work    by  then changed the  tions from Victoria to Ottawa but he  there found people who were engaged  in the same discreditable business as  himself and he was defeated in his  efforts to secure a subsidy. Mr. Ross  claimed that it was a piece of cool presumption for a representative of Mr.  Heinze to ask the people of Boundary  Creek to denounce the V. V. & E. Co.,  because they were doing what he had  already done.  The greed for subsidy grew upon  Mr. Heinze and he spent so much time  in attempting to secure public property  that he neglected to watch his rivals. c  He finds himself and his railway shut  in by a more powerful company. He  finds that in order to save his $50,000  bond he must complete nearly 200, miles  of railroad within two years and he  finds that in order to earn his cash subsidy he must begin active and continuous work by /August next. Finding  himself in this tight hole he asks the  people of Boundary Creek to help him  to get more money in order that he can  more easily live up to his obligations.  (Hear, hear.) Col. Topping told us  that a reason why a subsidy should be  granted was because the province paid  over $2,000,000 into the Dominion treasury and received less than $50,000 in  appropriations. N^ever was there more  absurd contention. He asserts that the  people of this province would be recompensed for the money paid into the  Dominion treasury by giving a fat subsidy to a greedy railway promo tor.  (Applause.)  Col. Topping is an astute politician  and he knows that discretion is the better part of valor. He finds here a  strong feeling in favor of Corbin and  gives vent but to little sentimental  twaddle about an all-Canadian road;  but at Vernon he found a more sympa-  theric audience against an American  road. Mr. Ross held that there was  danger in signing the Topping petitions ; that they would be used in the  Dominion house against the Corbin  road. The people in the district had  signed petitions in favor of Corbin.  Were the3' going to stultify themselves  now? Col. Topping also stated that  Heinze had sunk his money in British  Columbia investments, but what were ^  the facts ? After he failed to sell to the  C.P.R, Mr. Heinze prepared a prospectus and went to New York and that  was a wonderful prospectus. Either  Mr. Heinze lied in the prospectus or  the government of this province has  pledged itself to g-ive Heinze a cash  subsidy in addition to the land grant;  either Mr. Heinze lied in the prospectus  or Col. Topping is not telling us what  is true when he sa3's Heinze lost money.  In this prospectus Mr. Heinze states  that the Trail smelter cost over $400,-  000 and the yearly dividends was over  $100,000. Will any one say that 25 per  cent, is not a good yearly profit?  (Hear, hear.) If Mr. Heinze is telling  the truth in the prospectus the position  is simply this : Mr. Heinze will get  from the public a provincial subsidy of  $4000 a mile, a Dominion subsidy of  $8000 a mile and 20,000 acres of land  per niile. The land is surely worth  25 cents per acre and this would give  him $17,000 a mile: more than would  build the road. Why should the people  of Boundary  Creek  support  any Tail-  way promoter in filching the public to  this extent ?.-'. Mr. Ross asked Col. Topping on the street if the people had any  guarantee that if successful   in   securing the Dominion  subsidy Mr. Heinze  would not sell to the, C.P-.R-,  and Col.  Topping reported that  there  was  no  guarantee.    The  position   was simply  this, that the people were asked to support Mr. Heinze in securing a cash subsidy iu order that he would beih a position  to  demand   more   for   his   road.  (Hear, hear.)    We have taken a decid-  ed.step, we have to the number of over  700 signed a petition in   favor  of  Cor-  bin's road.    In order to satisfy himself  that Mr. Corbin was honest  in  his intentions Mr. Ross  took  the  liberty to  write Mr.  Corbin and  in his reply Mr.  Corbin stated that " in my opinion  the  time has come when it is not necessary  that the government should give away  anymore money or  land in this direction (to  encourage railway   construction ) and I do  not   intend to   ask   for  either."    (Applause)    That    commits  Mr.     Corbin.    (Hear, .,.'���.' hear.)      Why  should one road be granted a 'subsidy  when the promoter of another road says  he can build without a subsidy.    (Hear,  hear. ) '.It is time the people of Boundary Creek should cease being the sucker for the tempting bait of the subsidy  hunter, it is time they had more faith  in,.tfiemselves- and   in  the   justice  of  their cause, it is time they stood up for  honest    railway   legislation   and   denounced  the   schemes   of     designing  chartermongers.    It is a gross piece of  presumption for Col. Topping  to  ask  people of Boundary Creek to sign such  petitions.    (Applause.)  Col. Topping replied briefly. He  said the situation was plain. It was  simply a fight between Mr. Heinze and  the C. P. R.  Mr. Eeamy suggested that if Mr.  Ross had delivered his indictment  earlier in the evening- the question  would then have been settled without  further discussion.        o     .   ��� ���  The resolution was then put. Every  voice in the audience shouted "aye."  excepting one. It's only fair to say  that that one was   not  Col. Topping's.  Mr. J. McNicol of Midway then moved the following resolution which was  seconded by Mr. J. C. McArthur and  carried without a dissenting voice :  Whereas the Kettle River Valley  Railway ���  Co. Is making- application to the Dominion -Par-'"  , liametit for a charter to build  a railway  into  Boundary Creek district ; and  Whereas the Company is asking-for no public  aid and has expressed its intention of beginning- actual construction immediately upon the  charter being-granted :  Be it therefore Resolved, that residents of  Boundar\r Creek district urge upon the Dominion parliament to grant said charter to the  Kettle River Valley Rail way Comparij".  Votes of thanks to Col. Topping and  the chairman were then carried.  Col. Topping hoped the people appreciated the gravity of the position the3r  had taken. Mr. Heinze is a strong  "friend or a strong enemy. He is going to build into this district and the  chances are he will reciprocate for  this.  Mr. Ross strongly objected to Col.  Topping's remarks. He was not entitled to that consideration shown him  during the meeting. It was a deliberate attempt to bulldoze the people into  favoring Mr. Heinze's schemes. He  hoped the people would not be influenced b3r threats of an emissar3r from Mr.  Heinze who attempted to frighten them  into signing the petition.    (Applause.)  Col. Topping replied that he did not  intend his remarks as a threat.  A voice "that sounded very much  like one," (hear, hear.)  Mr. Ross hoped that it would be made  known in the parliament of Canada  that because the people of Greenwood  had opposed Mr. Heinze in the public  interest, Mr. Heinze's representative  speaking for him had stated in a public meeting that Mr. Heinze would  make it hot for Greenwood if he gets a  chance.    (Applause.)  The meeting then adjourned.  1  S  i m  i ;���(?  1.   ��� r",J.  ! ,fi'i  ? ift  f-'fi  ���ill  ��� \A  i-i  [V, THE   BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES/  f��  ��� ,r  ?��� ��� ��  KETTLE   RIVER  MINING   DIVISION.  ���&  Record  of Mineral  Locations for  the  Week  Ending January 25th, 1898.  January 19.  Ideal (re-location of Elsie), Central camp, C. M.  Crouse. v  Snowdrift (re-location of White Wolf),  Central  camp, G. D. Cuuiiinghani.'  Januar3r 21.  Modoc (re-location of Mocking Bird), Long  Lake camp, T. F.. Kane.  High Ore (re-location of Mountain Chief), Long-  Lake camp, Jas. Sutherland.       '  . January 22.  Clipper {re-location of Stagg). Skylark', camp,  T. F. Kane.    ,  January 24.  Waldorf (formerly Potlatch) and Rhine, Skylark camp, F. Haussener. ,'���'  M.W. (frac), Deadwood camp. Martin Walsh,  W. S. Fletcher, J. J. Miller.  Klondyke (f rac.}, Greenwood camp, M. A. Mc-  Dougall.  Certificates of Work;  January 18.  E.H.--J. H. McDonald.  Johannesburg���Otto Dillier.  January 22.  Quien Sabe���H. L. Morgan etal.  St. Lawrence���J. Fisher et al.  Transfers.  January 23.  Dinero Chico, Robert Emmett %'int.,  Laura yi  int., Marjory % int., Long Lake camp, Fred..  Shoriquist to G. R. Naden.  GRAND   FORKS   MINING   DIVISION.  Locations.  January 3.  Mogul, Grand Forks, Joe Jeldness.  January 5.  Philip Sheridan Tweed,  Brown's camp,JH  Smith.  January 6.  Park (f rac), Pass creek, Charles Frank.  January 11.  Chickermaustoue,, Summit camp, M McCuaig.  January 17.  Midwinter, Christina lake, S R Reid.  Certificates of Work.  January 3.  Henrietta���Leo Neff.  January.!}.  Homestake���J W Young.  Welcome���J H Ashfield. .  '.,,",,     January 7.  Silver Star���Stack McDonald et al.  Free Coinage���   ditto   ditto  Januar3r 14.  Sunshine���J Haymer et al.  J'.J.J.���James Addison et al.  January 18.  Iron Chancellor���W3*ley A Glover.  Transfers.  January 3.  Princess, all int., J Wasson to E Shannon etal.  Accident, % int., R Intram to Con Cosgriff.  Twins and Lilv Kay-, all int., Ida % int., George  Hicken to J T O'Brien.  Humphrey Davis, -% int., C Gire to M C0ID3'.  Twins and Lilv Kay. l-24th int.,  L A Manly to  J T O'Brien.  Monte Chri.sto, % int.,  S M  Kirkham  to J T  O'Brien.  Januar3T 5.      ,  St Lawrence % int., New Jack of Spades % int.,  C Gire to Margaret Gire.  January 6.  Pueblo, H int., J H Fox to G Hawlev.  Ophir, ys int., J'M Taylor to S M Johnson.  January 10.  Philip Sheridan, all int.,  J  H  Smith to W  K  White.  Rockland, lA int., C Van Ness to J Reeder.  Minor, all int., Thos Kellar to A C Gait.  Hermit and Tarrar,   ditto   ditto.  Oberon, all int., R J Cameron to A C Gait.  Archie, all int., D A Good to A C Gait.  Red. Jacket, Golden West, Calumet, all  int.,  A Good to A C Gait.  Bryan, Algonquin, all, J Davey to A C Gait.  Hottentot,    Roderick    Dim,    Iroquois,    Lalla  Rookh, all int., Angus Cameron to A C Gait.  Allan Blane, all int., R Darrow to A C Gait.  Buckhorn, all int., D A Good et al to A C Gait.  Hermit,   Hottentot,  Lalla   Rookh,  Rewaydin,  Tartar, Oberon, all int., R J   Cameron et al.  to A C Gait.  Keway^din,- Monarch, Gogebic, all int.,  R  Dar-  row'to A C Gait.  Januai'3- 1.1.  Rabbit Paw and Last Chance,  to Bert Ring.  January 12.  D  '4 int.. W.Sands  Comet.  int., Thos Kelloe to A C Gait.  Highest Honors--World's Fair^  Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.  A Pure (irape Cream of Tartar Powder.  40 YEARS THE STANDARD.  Discussion   is   Closed.  The generally prudent editor  of  the  /News-Advertiser   is    again indiscreet  enough  to  allow  the  columns of that  paper  to  be   used   by   the   Boundary  Creek correspondent for the purpose-of  belittling the Boundary Creek Mining  & Commercial Association and indulging in personal abuse.    TheBoundahy  Creek   Times   undertook  to deny the  false accusations   made  by   the News-  Advertiser  correspondent  against the  association ;   and the members  of the  association having acted in the matter,  the discussion  is  closed as far as The  Times is   concerned,   excepting   this :  that we think even the News-Advertiser correspondent will accept our assurance that  the delegate  to the Liberal  Convention at  New  Westminster paid  his own  expenses and that transportation over the D. P. R.   was  secured bj  giving a"quid pro quo" in advertising.  In the  interests   of   the   association  and the district   in   g-enerai   we  would  also ask the   association   to   deal  with  the following  extract ,-fron   an   article  written by the gentleman who is secretary of the association   and  local  correspondent of the News-Advertiser :  " Were I particularly anxious to  fully expose the present weakness of  the association I have all the data at  hand to enable me to do so very effectively, but I desire to refrain from doing-so, unless compelled in ray own  defence."  A rich strike has been made on the  Midnight claim in Deadwood camp.  This property is owned by Mr. W. S.  Fletcher. Two men are at work on the  claim.  Mitchell Bros., the freighters, had  their Marcus barn burned this week.  Thejr lost five horses. They will rebuild at once.  A first-class Cook desires a situation,  wages $60 a'month.���-Apply  "X." Times Office.  MOTICE is herel^v given, that all outstanding accounts due the firm of  W.  J.   ARMSTRONG & CO.,  Anaconda,  must be paid to the Bauk of Montreal at, Vernon before February 5th, 1S98, on which date  all unsettled accounts will be placed in court  for collection. 72-2  &,  &-W?  >*.��S  ,is^^ft:  Notice to  Assessment Act and Provincial  Revenue Tax Act.  ������.#�����'_  ~~'Ae~~  Rock Creek Division of Yale District.  TVTOTICE is lierebyr given, in accordance  J-\L with the Statutes, that Provincial Revenue Tax and all Taxes levied under the "Assessment Act," are now due for the year 1898.  All the above-named taxes collectible within  the Rock Creek division of Yale district are  pa3'able at myT office at OS03-00S, Yale district.  Assessed taxes arc collectible at the following  rates, namel3-: '*,'  If paid ou or before June 30th, 1898,���  Three-fifths of one per cent, on real propert3r.  Two and one-half per cent, on assessed value  of wild land.  One-half of one per cent, on personal propert3-.  On so much of the income of any   person  as-  exceeds one thousand dollars, the following  rates, namely : Upon such excess of income  when the same is not more than  ten  thousand dollars, one per cent. ; when  such excess is over, ten  thousand dollars and not  more   than   twenty  thousand   dollars,  one  and . one-quarter of one per   cent. ;   \vHeii  such excess  is over  twent3-  thousand  dollars, one and one-half of one per cent.  If paid on or after 1st July, 1S98,���.  Four-fifths of one per cent, on real property.  Three per cent; on the assessed  value of'wild.  land.  Three-fourths of one per cent, on .personal  propei^-.  On so much-of the income of any person as  exceeds one thousand dollars, the following-  rates, namel3' : Upon such excess when the  <���������-��� ��� same is not more than ten thoueand dollars,  one and one-quarter of one per cent. ; when  ,, such excess is over ten thousaud dollars  and not more than tweut3r thousand dollars  one and one-half of one per cent. ; when  such excess is over twenty thousand dollars  one and three-quarters of one per cent.  Provincial Revenue Tax, $3.00 per capita.  C.   A.   R.   LAMBLY,  Oso3'oos, B.C., Assessor and Collector.  January 3rd, 1898. 73-8  County Court Notice.  A  SITTING of the  County  Court of  Yale  will  be  holden  At Midway, on Thursday, the 10th day  of March, 1898,  ' �� "... '  At the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon.  By command.  '���      ;  WM.   G.   MCMYNN,    ..  Government Office, r>;R.c.c. '  Midway, January 17th, 1897. 72-4  FRUIT 4* PRESERVING4* COMPANY,  Victoria^   B��� G,  ���MANUFACTURERS   OF  Candies, -Mincemeat,   Orange,   Citron  and Ivemon Peels.    Preserves and  Marmalades.    Pickles and  Vinegar.  -o-  We claim wilhoutexeeption to make the  Purest and  Best-Selling  Goods  in  Canada.  4  W. J. Snodgrass & Sons, Prop's.  Leaves Penticton at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, aud Saturdays for Camp McKinney,  Rock Creek, Midway, Anaconda, Greenwood,  Carson and Grand Foi'ivs.  Returning leaves Grand Forks at 12 m. each  and oxers' day except Sunday for Greenwood  aud leaves Greenwood for Penticton ou Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m.  Carries the Mails, Passeng'ers and Express.  if'?.    Will sell   through  Tickets   to   Vancouver,  Victoria. Seattle or Portland. �����:  �����p;  ��~1  A  THE   BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES,  m  ������*:.$;  f  .ff.  SSI,  1  '���ES'f-  ?��'  I  I  I  I  $'  1  Capital, $1,500,000,  MEAD     OFFICE:     f?OSSLAND,      B.O.  v      1,500,000 Shares, par value $1,00,    Fully paid and Nonassessable,  Treasury  Stock,  500,000  Shares/  '���   ,'��� ''   Officers:  .��� ::������ ���',"."���  President :    HON.   T.   A\.   DALY,   Ex-Minister  of Interior. ' ;  Vice-President :   ANDREW   KELLY,   of Alexander,  Kelly,'.'& Co.,  Brandon, .AYan.  Secretary-Treasurer:   W.   L.   ORDE,   Esq.,   Rossland,   B.G.  "��� ,r ������,'.���>���','. '      ���    ' ���'' �� '     .   '   ' ' ���,.''' ' .     ' ' '���    '      ���  Board   of   Directors :      . . ,; ���'.'  Hon.  gj." N.   Kirchoffer,   W.  A.  Macdonald,  Q.C.,  d.  cJermyn,   Wm. dohnson, W. A. Euller,  , , W. cl. Porter, and G.M. Collins.  Owns the " Golden Grown "mineral claim, situated in Wellington camp, Yale District, B,C,  C   P. R. SURVEY.  The Canadian Pacific Railway Company have their surveyors ih the field.  A rumor to that   effect was published  two weeks ago and the rumor was confirmed  by  the  appearance  in   Greenwood  of  a  survey  party  of  eighteen  men in charge of Mr. E. M. Rice.    The  party came from Rossland on   Sunday  and   Monday ; after purchasing their  supplies in Greenwood started on Tuesday for Eholt creek where the  work of  surveying   will  begin.    Mr.   Rice  intends working both ways  from Greenwood and will follow pretty closely the  survey made by  Mr.  Sullivan for  the  Columbia  &  Western   Railway  Company last fall.    The fact that a  large  force of  men  are  in   the field shows a  bona fide intention on the part  of  the  big company to prosecute the  work  of  constructing  a  road  into the district.  It  also  shows that the  surest way of  stirring any  railway  company to discard the system of  begging from governments while a district is waiting for  railway connection  is   to have a rival  company in   the   field  ready  to  build  without    government    alms.    If    Mr.  Corbin succeeds in getting his charter,  there Svill   be   an   interesting  race between his company and the C. P. R. to  reach Bbundarj' Creek first.    The people  of  Boundary   Creek  district   will  watch the race with  considerable self-  interest.    The  earl}--  construction of a  railway into  the  district  is assured if  Mr. Corbin succeeds in getting a charter.    If  the Dominion  parliament denies him   a charter,   the C. P. R. may  take its time in constructing the  road.  Real  Estate   Investments.  Among the visitors to Greenwood  this week was Mr. J. E. Sherrin, of  London, England. He represents an  English syndicate who are looking for  real estate investments throughout the  province. Mr. Sherrin has been in  Rossland for several months and spent  a few days last week in Grand Forks.  He left for Midway and other western  points on Thursday. He reports to his  company and as he has been very favorably impressed with Greenwood, in  all probabilit/y he will make several  investments when he returns.  Wholseale and Retail Dealers in  '      ''���       ��� .'," ��� ' v " '       ': ���> ' ;���'.-���-  ,    FRESH   AND   SALTED   MEATS > *  HAMS,   BACON,   DARD^    Etc.  : : : ^"  GREENWOOD. GRAND rORKS. & /niD^AY.  iiiUliittUUUiUU'  Boilers,  Hoists,  Pumps,  Cars,  Wheels*  Electric  Batteries  and Fuse,  Stamp Mills,  Compressors,  Drills,  Hose,  Oils & Waste,  Pipe & Fittings  Gongs, &c,  STOCK     ON     HAND     AT     ROSSLAND.  es Macnine to  o     e     o  0        9  ��������������� . ���  F.   R.   MENDENHALL,   Agent,   Spokane and  Rossland.  0  R     SMITH    &    CO  Established 1858.  Gold Medal Awarded  At B. C. Agricultural Exhibition  1895 aud 1896.  ISCUIT  MANUFACTURERS,  Medal Awarded  Colonial and Indian Exhibition, Vl/*4v\#>��i  London, 1S86. VILlUlIaj  J. PIERCY & CO.,  25, 27, 29   YATES STREET,  VICTORIA,    ���    B,C,  Wholesale Dry Goods,  and  Clothing Manufacturers.  /-  ;l  \f~. ������*i_*".  r ?��� J t-t  St'''-''  iff'/-'  Pitt -  gi i,  0 '���������������  ���iftw-  if  W  w  I'M   |  Iff  ff  ^  %  GREENWOOD CITY is the central town and supply  point of the Boundary Creek mining camps. From this  new   town   roads   lead   to   the  GREENWOOD,  I    -o,  LONG   LAKE,  DEADWOOD,  SUM MIT-  SKYLARK,  0m$  WHITE   AND  ATWOOD,  ELLINGTON   and   SMITH OAMP  Lots  are  selling  freely  and  are  a  good  investment  -o-  For > price of Lots and other information, address  Robt Wood or C S, Gallowayy  Greenwood City, Boundary Creek,  Or  apply  to  the  Agents %  C.   F.   COS  Vernon,  B.C  STUART,  Vancouver  P ��� ��� J i mi"'' ''���������.'���    ������������'"  if..-./ -".: ���.���'������.'.'  I I  1 �����  .1  if:  '��������  ll'  :'M:.  ���'Iff'  pis-  ���II'  It'  �����?������  M  $���  !'���'������..  iV.'",  I:  &������  I  a-.  I  I  m  ���m  P ���  ��        #  And but a very small percentage of mankind live out  their allotted span. Over some of the things that cut  life short we have some control'...; one of the most deadlj  of these is impure Baking Powder. You can avoid this  by using " Schilling's Best "Baking Powder. We  carry it and have enough on hand to  Notice their Guarantee :  "If " Schilling's Best " isn't the very best Baking  Powder there is,we are going to lose a lot of money, because you will go back to your grocer for your money and  we shall have to pay the grocer the full retail price. "  Notice that we don't say "Your money back if  Schilling's. -BEST  is  not  the best," or "Is not absolutely pure," or "Is not this,"  or   " Is not that,"    We  Your money back if you don't like it  You���nobody   eLse-���are   the   Judges.  f^i >/' \  i- J  7  GREENWOOD GITY is the central town and supply  point of the Boundary Creek mining camps/ From this  new   town  roads   lead  to   the  GREENWOOD,  mm  LONG   LAKE,  DEADWOOD,  SUMMIT,  SKYLARK,  #��#��$��  M#4  WHITE  AND  ATWOOD,  Lots are selling  freely  and are  a  good 'investment.  -o-  For> price of Lots and other information, address  Robt Wood or G S,  Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, i >,  Or  apply to  the  Agents s  RION,  Vernon. B.'C  A.   K. .STUART,  Vancouver.  ummm w^^^m^&S^^  ���M:"-  :p-   'p  SdS.Y'     V    .,   J��i.  f^MSS^^����i^��^^  "W^CTT'w^awrttjsyc^^^^^^^^^;  wswww<W3��aKE��  asswJTaasffiPffi*-^*  '1  M'  m  W  m  I'  ' 1-  ���',"  ��,'���'������  vf':  ��� i  p  ���t  i'  61  :i  m-  :'���     fcl.  i  fe  %  .--������'��� 6$  Iv  it  pi;:  I  I-  #'  fir  s'li  I  ��� m. I-  ������ felr-  fef f ���"���  m  c.t.  I  W'1  ($;;'  I'  s  is  ���I  And but a very small percentage of mankind live out  their allotted span. Over some of the things that cut  life-oshbrt we-.have some control; one of the most deadly  of these is impure Baking Powder. You can avoid this  by using "Schilling's Best" Baking Powder. We  carry it and have enough on hand to  ftCZZ-J.   , ���   '��M  ���ywavy&Cffiw,  rfjmf'ecaxw  Notice their Guarantee :  " If "Schilling's Best " isn't the very best Baking  Powder there, is, we are going to lose a lot of money, because you will go back to your grocer for your money and  Ave shall have to pay ..the grocer the full retail price. "  Notice, that we don't say "Your money back if  Schilling's  Best  is  not  the best," or " Is not absolutely pure," or " Is not this,"   cr   "Is not that."    We  say '���.������'.  You���nobody   else���are   the   Judges.

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