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 1  Published Sbiii-Wjsbki/Y in the Interests of the Boundary Creek Mining District.  i'\ ~~T.  Vol, VI.  GREEN WOOD, B. C���, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1899,  i     161  No. 5  T  he   .v��v��\\w\\BUILDERS   Objrwnnxr,m,~--���. : r~'" :'.'���,  . sf-g-i'--5*2-*"3^':b*^^  Contractors for the design and construction of complete Stamp Mills, Concentration,  Cblorinatioo, Cyanide and Smelter Equipments.  !>s  ft  ���  G  "JO  u  ����-*  CJ  o  .f"!  ��*H  <+-<  o  J*1  ra  t-.  'J5  s  o  H  60  o  ^  o  ^  C3  o  o   t>  S-l  4-i  t-H  J3   n  o  a  s?S  M-1  o  o  iffl  00  O  -t~>  55  ed  I*  .-J  o  t/J  <3  *-/>  <  o  *)  .*���'  O  o  ���Y*  (3  "5J  *-<  l"--<  ,w  "S3 3*  -&���. o -. -  SiS  Sri   r>  - >-i  ID  �� a-  rt>  Ox  J3U     I_4  a  o  OK?    n  la    x,  r-3* o  ~- o  ��<    CO  en  w  9 "���  >  H-.  O  ��t  IB*  O  o  Head Office and Works s  PETBRB0R0, ��NT.  Branch Offices j <���  Vancouver, B. C, Rossland, B. C,  And Greenwood, B.C. harry howson,  Agent.  a Full S  Including, among other things,  Cored Meats, Powder,  Builders' Hardware, Goodwin Candles,  Mining Supplies, Granite Candles,  Bar Iron, Tubular Barrows, ,;  Mining Rails, Earthenware,  Fuse, Glassware, *  Caps, Crockery,  Purchasers are invited to inspect our stock and get our prices*  A.  H. SPERRY   6c   CO.  Groceries,  ��� Flour,  i Feed,  Hay, Oats,  Vegetables,  Fresh Eggs,  Fruits,  Rope;:;  Coil Chain,  Blacksmith's Coal,  Crowbars,  Anvils, Bellows,  Picks and Shovels,  Sheet Glass.  J. J. Caulfield  Neil H. Lamont  No more vexatious  delays,  - We  have  on hand a full stock of  And all kinds of BUILDERS' MATERIAL.  A  large  stock of Bar Iron,  Steel,  Blacksmiths'  Supplies,  Anvils,  Bellows, etc,  etc,  etc  .., CAULFIELD  eg  LAMONT...  Copper Street, Three Doors South of the Bank of Montreal.  IS THE BEST HOTEL IN GREENWOOD. A Neu- Building-, well furnished. First-class  Service in all departments. Choice, Wines, Liquors and Cigars.a Headquarters for -Mininrr  and Commercial Men.  Copper Street, Greenwood.  sunset company:  FL.OATFO  IN  MONTREAL.  Under the Dame of Montreal Boundary Creek  Mining Company.���The Lemon Mine of  Camp  McKinney.���Some  Recent Strikes.���  .'���  Mining Notes. '    ' ���  Montreal has added another to the  rapidly growing- list of big mining  companies that are iloated to develop  Boundary creek properties. The  "Sunset" group in Deadwood camp  ^comprising the Sunset, Crown, Silver  and C. O. V. have been acquired by  the Montreal liomidary Creek Mining-  company. The Sunset group w.i-.  owned by W. L. Hogg of Montreal.  lie visited the properties about a  mouth ago and upon his return to  Montreal succeeded in interesting-  sonie capitalist.-, in the company which  he floated to lake over the properties.  The Montreal Boundary Creek- mining  company is capitalized for 52.000,000.  Hon. Senator Ugilvie, the millionaire  flour king- is president, AV. Barclay  Stephens, manager of the Western  Loan & Trusl Co., is viie-pre.sideul,:md  W. Jacques, secretary. The other  dircctors are Hon. Richard Turner of  Whitehead & Turner, Quebec, W. L.  Hogg manager of tlie Investment Company, Montreal; T. W. Horn, Luxfer  Prisin Company, Toronto; J. G-. Ross,  Montreal, and Herman Young-.Quebec.  A limited number of shares were  placed on the Montreal market at 20  cents and were all subscribed. The  company has secured one of the best  known and most promising properties  in the Boundary creek country.' The  greater portion of the work has been  done on the Sunset. A shaft has been  sunk oh tlie property to a depth of 220  feet and 1175 feet of tunnel work done.  A crosscut at the 100 foot level encountered an 80 foot ledge of gold-  copper ore. Nearly 60 feet of this  ledge is solid ore. Surface . values  from the property range from $7 to S50  to the ton. The average value is about  $20. The development work is being  continued- under the superintendence  o J. H. Macfarline. As soon as the  railway is completed a big plant which  has already been ordered will be  brought to the mine. The Deadwood-  Copper camp branch of the railway  which is now-being built ,from Greenwood will pass through the Sunset.  The Sunset group is situated about  one and a half miles from this city.  ^??H??!?T?????????m??!?n??HnT?T??????????nt?TT???????T?????H?????T????T?????Tn???!T?T??HH??H??t?T??????r^  M. J. Greyy the president of the  Lemon Gokb Mining : company, of  Omaha was in the city for several days  this week. ; Mr, Grevy purchased from  Harry Howson'the local agent of the  Wm. Hamilton Manufacturing Company a No. 5 Cameron pump which will  be shipped to the mine immediately.  The Lemon group including the  Lem-  Bill Files  Hook Files  Letter Files  Paper Trays  Sealing Wax  Elastic Bands  Paper   G 1 i p s  Paper    Erasers  Pen   ��� Racks  Paper  ��� Fasteners  In Fact Everything  in the Line of   OFFICE  - SUPPLIES  ... May be Had at ...  BOOK STORE  eta Greenwood *�� B. C.  on, Penuslyvania, Last Chance,  Standai-d and another claim is situated in Omaha camp about five miles  this side of Camp McKinne3'proper.  The ore is rich free milling and concentrating and was the only British  Columbia free milling ore awarded a  medal at the big Omaha exhibition  held last year. Mr. Grevy had an  excellent exhibit at the' exhibition.  Considerable work was done on the  properties during-the winter under the  superintendence of Mr. Patterson.  There is an incline shaft on the. Gold  Standard 141 feet in depth. Drifts and  crosscuts were run at the 125 foot level.  The pay ch lite at :'this dept.fis fully  three feet wide and averages S53 in  gold. The company intends- 'doing a  larg-e amount of work during tlie 'coming summer. Mr. Grevy who had  just returned from Camp M- Kinney  reported that Joe Murphy tl:e .-.uperiu-  tendenl of the Waterloo had gone to  Penticton for the hoist, engine and  boiler for the property. Recently a  mill run of 260 pounds of Waterloo ore  was made in Spokane.. S18 to tlie ton  was secured from the plates and 5343  in concentrates. The Fontenoy' company are making a good showing,'  having plenty of money to develop  the property. A big- strike was recently made on the North Star a Doug-las  mountain property. A crosscut ran  through 4ft of rich Galena ore. Work  will shortly be started in tlie Old  England a promising property situated near the Lemon group. The work  on the Ecudor cut through a five foot  ledge of rich ore. It is reported that  the Rock Creek company will shortly  resume operations on the Victoria  mine.  R. M. McEntire of the firm of Mc-  E-itire, McDonnell & Co., has returned  froni a twelve days trip to Nicola and  Simiikameen. He bonded two claims,  the Peacock and Boulder on-Nicola  lake. ..The .showings, are very/large.  There is a 23 foot shaft on one -of the  properties all in ore. Mr. McEntire  predicts a big future for the Nicola on a  copper producing, country. He also  . reports great activity in  the Similka-  m jen district.  ���' - -." -  ,..- v  ;   Dr.  Deek of Montreal was   in   the  city last week after returning from the  Simiikameen country where he bonded  several  properties   for    himseif    and  Montreal associates...   .... ..;���..  Mayor Leckie made a flying trip to  the Simiikameen country last week.  E. A. Bielenberghas seven men at  work on the Iron Top, a claim near the  famous Buckhorn. Mr. Bielenberg believes the.Iron Top a bigger and better  claim than the Buckhorn, and the development goes to,prove his statement.  Rufus Pope, the principal shareholder in the Buckhorn Mining company, is expected here in a few days.  A. L. McEwen and Col, Ray have  visited several properties in the district. They intend spending some  time in the Simiikameen district.  The big plant has been installed at  the Winnipeg mine, and the work of  pumping the water began yesterday.  Some strong ledges have recently  been uncovered in Kimberley Camp.  Mr. Shearer, who has been working on  properties held by himself and W.  McCurrach, made a rich strike last  week.  NOTES.  E. Escalet of the Clarendon has returned from Rossland where he sold a  Sophie mountain property at a big  figure.  H. B. Plummer and C. N. Corbus, of  Granite Pass, Oregon, are in the city.  Both are prominent mining men who  have heavy interests in placer mines  in Oregon. They are anxious to invest  in Boundary Creek mines, and with  that object in view are examining  properties in the district.  Chief MacLaren is showing suspicious characters no mercy these days  consequently the chain gang is increasing. The other evening an individual on horseback informed the  crowd that he was a tough from the  Coeur d'Alenes. The chief happened  to come along and pointed the road out  of the city. The Cceur d'Alener sized  up the chief and got as fast as his  horse could carry him. The chain  gang- is being employed in clearing the  alley between Government and Copper  streets. THE   BOUNDARY   CREE    .TIMES,  . If.   IIALI.I'TT.  II. C. SHAW-  HALLETT & SHAW  Qt5&me��eri5, JJoftcifote,  NOTARIES    PUBLIC.  Cable Addn-ss: ������hai-i-ictt,"  .    . Bedford M'Neill's.  /���  ...-.:    I I'lvmnihairs . Greenwood,  Codi.s   -  M,)r,.iIur,vXeal's ���   _  / Leil.er's.- B.C.  j.   K. I'l.OUN. Al.r. IIAI.I.. 1.1.. II.. II. C. 1.  J. S. M. MOKK1SO.V, I..1..1-.  %tfl QSroftm % (tttomaon  ���Bakkistkks And Solicitous, Notaki.ks  Pchi.ic, Etc.  Naden-Flood Block, CopperStreet   l.n-enwood.  E?OR3ES   M.   KERBY.  Assoc. Mem. Can. Soc. Civil En<.'hieers,  .   iJ)rot��inciaf -fednbJ^umgov  AXD CIVIL '.KNGIXEKIi,, ', . .  -- Qtofarg (puflfic -- : midway,   b. c. '  E~W.    GROVES.  '���������'"- Civil & Mining Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor,  GREUNWpOD'   11. C.  Mineral Claims Reported upon.  Underground .Surveys.  G.  A. <;UICSS, M.A. .11.   A. RUKSS,   M.A.  Guess Bros.  "^EERS/  Mining Properties Examined and Reported on.    (Estab. 1895). ,  Grkekvvood.B. C,.  ���QHARLES AE. SilAW.  Givil   Engineer,  , ��omim'on Onb  (proOinciaf gonb  s-urBfc-Jor.  CREENWOOD,      -        B.C.  : MOWAT & PALMER,  ���Mining and Real Estate Brokers  GREENWOOD. .,  ':- H;,-M.- KEEPER,  Re;if''Estate and AUning'���Broker  '��� bmCC 'OVER : B/\NK: OP   B.N. A.  GREENWOOD. :  XflJ���     B.    RATON    <&   CO..  Mining and ���*������<> ���>  Real Estate Brokers  GREEN WOOD.   B.C,  ^ W. ROSS,  MINING AND SHARE BROKER,  COLUMBIA, B. C.  Boundary    and    Camp    McKinney   properties  i jriveu especial attention.  QJSountarp fcreeii CimeaC   . .__^ ��� I    -   I-UIIMSIIKD  SKMI-WKIJKI.Y  liY  The Boundary Creek Printing & Publishing  Company. Limited.  .Duncan* Ross Editor.  YV. J. IIakiiek .....: Manager.  ADVERTISING RATES PER MONTH.  1 inch...  2 inches  3 inches'  4 inches  It inches  8 inches  10 inches  12 inches  15 inches  0 inches   S 2 50.'      3 50      4 50   ; 5 SO  ....-    7 50      " ��0   .'.. 11 50   -13-50    16 00    20 IX) .  Address all communications to.  The Times,  ���   .- Greenwood, B.C  One-third off these  prices, if only one-  insertion per week  is contracted  for.  SUllS-i-KU'T'ON,  J2.00  1-UK   YlJAH,   IN   ADVANCE.  ~-      SATURDAY.  JUNE3,  IS'W.  A HEALTHY PUBLIC SPIRIT.  Boundary    Creek   has   passed  the  prospect stage.    It is now a full   iledg-  ed   mining- district.      Its   riches  have  been-   proclaimed      throughout      the.  money  ��� centres.-    The  capitalist      in..  Montreal, Toronto; New York, Chicago  or any other eastern   centre  has   read'  ' and  ���  knp.ws ....soryiething    about    the  \vondeifill,possibilities of  the district.':  ��� It.toQk.time..,a#d..money and h.ard work-  -to,vd.Kss5ini_n*itc.this..kno\.vledg-e.     Is   it.  ��� not��� tiiue.to.make g-eiiera.ilv. known the.  : furt"?er...fac;t,.th*it the.nietropolis of this  ..great;; ..mining- rsection , is Greenwood ;?/  The great ^rouble, is. .that' while the  business men of Greenwood a're enterprising enough' iti' connection with  their own affairs; a healthy public  spirit is lackiiig. Board of trade meetings are no longer held because of lack  of interest. No organized effort, is being ni'idc to keep the city prominently  before the public and the majority erf  the business men who do take any interest in public affairs confine their  attention' to purely local affairs that  are of little importance. Greenwood  has grown from a village to'a healthy  city; There are it hundred ways by  which the interests of the citv could be  pRINOLE   i-   WHITESIDE.  ���/���   Barristers and Solicitors,  Qtofart'et (puBft'ci.efc,  . BAK1-..TT   IjI.OCK,   Coi'l'lilt   Stk'kkt,  (.-.i-iii-xwooi).  g-}      ii.   KERR,  1 ���.*.!'!<'!STICK    AND   Soi.IClTOH,  Jfu'iWKV PriiU'-.  ' GKHKNWOOI),  II.  C.  served. North and south, east and  west new mining districts are being  opened up. Is a vigorous policy of  expansion being pursued in connection/  with this rade'and are Greenwood business 'men as aggressive as of yore in  securing all the business. The other  day a prominent mining man who is  working a property fifty miles from  Greenwood informed tlie ."writer that  he bought- everything in Greenwood.  His reason for doing this was that he  could get 'goods', here at a -lower,  rate than ��� elsewhere', and he, was  always sure to get what he wanted because merchants carried large stocks.  Every mining man should be taught to'  recognize the same fact.  ���Then the business, men ought to  organize to watch tlie railway company  When the line is completed. One business man lias but little inlluence in  unravelling freight tangles but a  strong- organization has. Railways  have a convenient habit ot making  discriminating rates where possible  and the very best of them will stand  watching. The business men. of  Greenwood should see that they get as  good rates as- business men in other  cities and better if possible..  Many suggest ions might  be  offered  regarding the matter of promoting, the  best interests of the city.     The  great  desideratum   is   the  cultivation    of   a -  healthy public spirit by the citizens.  V.     KETCHUM..  W.S.  KEITH,   M.  12.  KEITH & KETCHUM  I  v It is wonderful how speedy bad news  travels. A malicious individual sent  : out the news that the new Boundary  .Creek channel had overflown its banks  and a portion of the city had been  inundated. There was no truth .in the  report, but nearly every paper copied  it. The. Boundary. Creek channel has  so far been able to take care of the  high water, and with still further contemplated improvements will be proof  against the highest water.    '  The flotation of the Sunset group in"  Montreal will bring Boundary creek  into still greater favor in the Canadian  metropolis. With property of undoubted merit and officials 'who stand  high in the financial world the Montreal Boundary Creek company will do  much towards directing- greafer attention to the 'mineral riches of this  district.  It TAKES people to liiake a city. Men  with plenty of confidence and push can  make a city anywhere. That the people of Greemv-ood have the necessary  confidence and push is demonstrated  by the fact that a better and more expensive class of buildings is being  erected here than in any city of a similar size in the Dominion.  Fortunately thieves are often not  possessed of sufficient temerity to rob  Her. Majesty's mails in Canada. Would  it not be well for the authorities to inquire whether the reign of economy  has not emboldered the robbers.  Economy in policemen is often  expensive.  Goupil.& Holden, signwriters, painters, paperhaugers, etc., etc., etc.  '       *.  ��!�� A FINE LINE OF  ����->  '��                     California Bottled and Can-     ��  *$* ned (roods       ����=>  ��^ A Most Complete ^  % Grocery ��� Stock J  2 ' Rex Meats: T  J Hazelwood Butter and T  y Ei^gs always in stbek.  4��  *  4�� Barrett Block, Copper Street, ^  4*'''-'      GREENWOOD.-     !    ��f*  *4�� ���:-���*���-: .'        :    4*  THISTLE  :���:  , .   , Is the Best Scotch Whisky  ��� ��� ���;'��� \ ���-- ���ani>��� .'   "-.  SEAGRAM'S  The Best Canadian.  SOfJiAOKNTS :  R.  P. Rith-ezt & Co. Ltd.  -    VICTORIA     B.C.  ��� .- " ��� NOTICE.  NOTICE is herein- (riven that the uiuler-  si^rned intends to apply to the lioard of  Liceiist!, Commissioners of the City of <*rren-  wooil-al their next sittinir 30 days after the d He  hereof for a license to sell lienor by retail on .  the premises to. be Ki-.own as the *'(lamhrintis  iroteir'sitiiaieonCots 15 and Ifi in' Uloclc 11,  Silver street, in the Citv of Oreenwood.  .'  1IENHV THOMAS.  - Dated 11th April. 1STO.  GREENWOOD,   B. C.  Mining- Properties Examined'  AND    REPORTED    ON.  REAL ESTATE AND MINING  ���"���'...'������*'"'. properties:  .. .THE! MART...  CAUNCE & WICKWIRE, A^?Ienwood.  ^MOTinLLARY^ B. SC.  ASSAYER   AND  CHEMIST.  Cnuluale   <if-Mc(Jill   University,  in    Mininif  EnjriiU'eriuy.  GREENWOOD  B. C.  Kerby's lliip of Wellington Camp.  Candies,   Tobaccos,   Cigars,  Druggirts'Sundries, Stationery, etc.  H. B. A^JNROE, Greenwood.  CORYELL'S -:MAP, Price $1.25.  Kerby's-Map of "Wellington Camp, $1.00  ��� .       A fine line of  Pipes,   Cigat-sA  Tobacco  ftJus [Received.  and Pouches J  J. A. UNSWORTH,  Dru&gist> " * Midway.  Is Money Saved  You can  make -money  by  buying youi*  . .GR��CSRiKS. 8  at Bannerman Bros,, Copper St.  -Best  cooking-  and  eating   apples in  the market.  Goppet* Street, Greenwood.  DENTAL NOTICE.  DR. R. MATIIISON will open  a dental oflice in (ireemvood  , as soon as tlie buildiny in  *: which lie has enyajred rooms  is completed���probably about  end   of   May.  (0  CO  Ul  ���=:  55  CQ  o  Q  O  0  in  Q:  CD  &0  *3  bO  O  m  3:  ���    "'  u  K  *T3  O  ���3   ,  o  PQ  5  ^  w  O  C3  fij  k.  <*L>  O     a%     r\  ^5         ^*c-         \J  CJ  O  5  $     0  0  u   .         ���>  5���  O       :  ���**  ��/J  -  (0  1���  ^~  Ui  <u  (3  tC-  -J  ��� -=t  ^  ���1**  0  <l)  CO  CO  u  a  V  0  .a  .:      (3  u ���������  "5C  Q  5  Ul  *t  Boundary Valley   Lodge  No: 3 8, I.O.O.F.  ) A/l EKTS everv  Tnesdav  ��� ���    /   V    Eveninu-    at   S.lX)   in  their lodjre room at Greenwood, li.C.   A cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourniiijr brethren. Thos. M. (Ju'm.ky, N.G.  Duncan Ross. Rec. Sec.  A.    JP.   &   A..    T^I.  ^CREENWOOD LODGE, A. F. & A. M.  Regular   Ctnumiinication   first ���  Thursday    'it  everv  month.    Ko'ournine; brethren   cordiallv  invit.ed. J.   C.   HAAS,  C. ScofT'UALfcowAV.��� W.M. Secretarv.  <"i     sifi  ' ^'i .   y't   'i*t'-i    i^'-s '   Jfs-     A**.'*     a1'*  %~     %���*���*     ^��~     ���'"t-*"    '4i~    ^AT   ri*F     ���&"*''     -"Ju*'  Thos. McDonnell.            R. M. McEntir  McDonnell �� McEntire,  Mines and.  Real Estate  GREENWOOD    and   CAMP MCKINNEY  iV��.    s'.'i     iV-4-'^     i,(fe     i%     *V^-     *1fe     A'i  '4v      in~     ���s-R?      '������"i"     i)V     'w      v'r      ���>"��*      *���'��'*���  If your Watch is tired  TAKE   IT   TO  - - THE  WA TCH MA KER,  ������'.a,,'- C.RKKNWOOri-'--     .,  And have it lixed rif-iit.    Over 30 years' exper-;  ience, and tlie most complete stock of material  willi which fo do work correctly.  Deadwood St.  Rear   Hunter-Ken  cdrick Ilnildinp-.  STOCKS.  lioiindaiy Cieek M. & M. Co.  lli.Lndon i& (Golden Ciown  Helen!  IIiu;lil.tnd Qtioen  Morrison  Camp McKinne.v Hold  M. & M. Co.  W.ttei loo  Wiiiiiipi-y  .-!(l  6  18  13  30  List Your Stocks With Us.  Mowat &  Palmer,  Mining and Real Estate firokers,-  OFPEENWOOD.    B.O.  A Choice T-iiiu- of Staple and Fancy  Has Arrived.  EVERYTHING   FRESH.  .;���������� We want your patronage, tfr  n.E. rR/\ZEE,  Grocery and Bakery,  ' Hamill Block, Copper Street, Greenwood.  Gem Restaurant  And LUNCH COUNTER.  Meals at all hours.  Open Day and Night.  Private Boxes. Lunches put up.  Fresh Eastern Oysters Daily.  WERNER & P1TTOCK, Proprietors,  COPPER  STREET GREENWOOD.  Ii. C.  u  Proprietors of the Fletcher &  Goodhue:.-.sawmill, is prepared  to furnish all kinds of Roug-h  and Dressed  LUMBE R,  Latli. Mouldings;  Etc., Etc.  Greenwood  Office���Corner  of Mineral  and Kimberlev streets.  YOU  WANT A  We can {guarantee satisfaction.  A big-'consignment of latest  patterns will arrive in a few  days.    Call and yet our prices.  Mitchell & Massic, Merchant Tailors  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  ry.uiamumiiuuimiiiiuiiu^  1R. F. Coates & Co. I  1 Contractors       |  3     And Builders b  r^S Gkkkxwooo,  B.C. ��2:  *^J   Store Fronts & Fixtures a Specialty    ��������  nk of Montreal  Capital, all paid up,  $12,000,000.  Rest........   ....... .. $6,000,000.,  ;      President:  Loki) Stkatiicona and Mount Roval;  Vice-President:  '  Hon. Geokcje A. Dkummond.  General Manager ..E. S. Ci.ouston*.  &    3-6    #*  - '���";  , ii?   . 't?    v*-       Branches in London (England),  New York, Chicago, ,  And in the principal cities in -Canada;  ���-'��� '.-$k "ok '.at.'       -,:���''  Buy and Sell Sterling-Exchange and  Cable Transfers; Grant Commercial  and Travellers' Credits, available in  any part of the World.  Drafts issued,  Collections' made,  etc.  Greenwood Branch.  F.  J.  FINUCANE, Manager.  THE   CANADIAN  Head Office \J TORONTO.  Established 1867.  Paid-up Capital <���> �� $6,000,000,  Rest  [Si\- Million Dollars.]  $1,000,000.  PRESIDENT,  HON.   GTCO.   A.   COX.  11. K. WAI.KIJR, J.   K. iT.UMMKK,  Genet.il Manajj-ei*.     Asst. General Manatfei.  This Bank has the larg-est number of  Branches of any Bank in Canada, with  Ag-encies at New York, Chicago, New  Orleans, Skag-way and 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 o��'the World.  Approved. Notes ^piscpunted,- Col-  lectionsmade;^ ;H, '.,'fl.' i  v'.'--'~i     \  A general Banking business tran-  'sacted.": ���-:������:���*���-.*������--������ --;;^';"-������- ������������������;:--._...-.  Greenwood Branch.,,iO.,:  '-.',". ,v       *    Manager.  THE  BANK  OF  Established in 183<i.    .  Incorporated by Royal Charter.  Pa\&-UQCai>\U\....r....:.... .$4,866,666  Reserve Fund    ........ ...$1,460,000  London Office:        -'  3 Clement's Lsii'.e, Lombard Street, E. C.  COUUT. OK   DlKKCTOKS'IO  1. H. Brodie, John James Carter. Gaspard  Farrer, Richard H. Glvn,-Henry I. R. Farrer,  Ed. Arthur Hoare, H.J. B. Kendall, J.J. Kin-rs-  ford, Fred Lubbock, George D. Whatman.  Secretary, A. G.Wallis:  Pead office in Canada: St. James sti, Montreal.  H. Stikeman. general manager.  ���     J. Elmsley, inspector.  ......���:���    i   -.        *'*.c  Bkakcuks in Caxada:  London, Brantford, Hamilton, Toronto,  Moulreal. Ottawa, Kingston, QnebeCjiiSt. John,  N. B., ISrandon, Winnipeg', Fredericton, N. B..  Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver, Rossland, Kaslo,  Trail, Ashcroft. Dawson City, Klondike, N. W.  T., Griieit wood and Atliu. li. C.  A.-.i-nts in Tin-; Uxit'k'u States:  Spokane���Traders' National Bank and Old  Nati.nal Bank. New York���(52 Wall street)  \V. Law-son aud J. C. Welsh, agents. Sail  Franc!-co���'124 Sausome street), 'H,. J. Mc-  Micliael and J. R..Ambrose agents.  London Bankuks:  The Bank ofJEnylaiid and Messrs. Glyn & Co.  FouuiGN AniyNTs:  - Liverpool���Bank of Liverpool. Australia���  Union Bank of Australia. New Zealand���Union  Band of Australia, Bank. of. New Zealand.  India, China and Japan���Chartered Mercantile  Bank of India, Loudon and China, Ajjra Bank.  West Indies���Colonial Bank. PariSTMarcuard,  Kratiss ,t Co.    Lyons���Credit Lyounais. ���  F. T. SHORT. Manager,   Greenwood,   B.  C.  II    Shannon.   Files.    W  I        Letter'Clips.       |  Stick Files. |  ":���':"'< .-?-'''���  I .  World Almanack, '99.  ��� Chicago News " '99.  S Camden "   '99.  1 ��� "��� Tocket Diaries-  -g  ��  in. mm.  | Copi'Eit Street; p  To Lease.  LOT   9,   BLOCK   13,    City   of   Greenwood.  Will lease  for the  term of three  vears.  Applicants write to P. O. BOX 226/  a-pl2'r '      ---:.       ...       .    Col ville, Wash  ei w-jbimhiu jjhw-i iinmn w. wjuii H-mmmpnw THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  A FATAL ACCIDENT.  Hugh McDermott Drowned in the Simiikameen  ���: .-��� River on-.Friday  Last.       '  Word reached this  city that  on  Friday   evening-. Hugh   McDermott   was  drowned  in   the Simiikameen river on  the trail between Princeton and Copper  mountain, at a point about   two   miles  above Princeton.    McDermott and two  companions .were at tlje  ford   and- he  arid one of his companions crossed the  river  successfully,    althoug-h    it was  -  running  rapidly,, being;, hig-h    in    its  ->    banks from, the effects of recent thaws  and   the .consequent melting of snow.  .... When they got on  the  opposite   bank  they   looked.;back  and   saw , that  the  .*. third horse refused to enter the water,  '���and desiring-:to help  their  companion  '"-"Slit of his'trouble  they started to re-  cross   the   stream   to   his  assistance.  .Botli  horses\ lost   their'   footing-   and  succeeding-; in   unseating-  their riders,  McDermott lost his hold of his horse  and was, immediasely swept  down  the  rapids,   and,   although    an     excellent  swimmer and a.strong- man the-current  was too'strong: for him  and he soon  ... disappeared' beneath   the   icy waters.  His companion clung to his   horse and  safely reached the shore. McDermott's  horse, after a hard strug-g-le, landed on  terra firma.  .When the snowin the   mountains vis  ''"rapidly    thawing-    the"������' Simiikameen  river is a rag-ingtorrenti the folding of  which at the most favorable  points tis ;  a  very   perilous    undertaking-,   horses '  often being- carried of their feet by the  swiftly   moving; water,   in, which case '  therider's drily hope is to  cling- - to the  animal and rely upon it. to. bring-, him  .saf e.ly to, the land.  :'.-Realizing- the necessity of  on   the   Princeton-Copper'  trail thos.e  most, concerned  plied to the' government  for  structionof a bridge and this had been  built  and  in  use  two '"days  when the  fatal accident occurred,    it is palpable  therefore;-   that   McDermott   'arid' His'  companions .were   not   aware   of   the  '-. existence of-this bridge or  they should  ;: not have attempted the darig-erous ford.  Under   these  circumstances    the    unfortunate   affair   is   all   the   more deplorable.  -.    McDermott is  said   to   have   been   a  .native of the Maritime   provinces   and  j has been in  the  Simiikameen  district  'for several years;T. He was: the .owner  -J"of several claims on Copper  mountain  - and had properties in other portions of  a., the country.    His brother is a'resident  ���jof  the:.camp   at    Kennedy   mountain.  *  and  was  there 'at  the  time'of the ac  cident.;���Rossland Miner.  ins no,  AIDWAY,   B.C..  IB f INK US  MINING BROKERS,  Fire. Life andAccident Insurance.  ^!!n!H!!m?!?H!n!!!n'H!?!Hn!f!!?!!!lH!'!!!!!!n!fli!n!ffl!"i!5f!H'1!!V5!!!1!nnH'nn*n!n!*!!!*'H!ilK  Gamp McKinney Hotel,  HUGH CAMERON, Proprietor.  ���]. ���(/=&=&.  ���  liest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Good' Stahi.ikg.  The. Simiikameen Country. ..  ' A Princeton correspondent writes :���  ^Princeton continues to be lively. Prospectors are.coming in   every .day.from.  .Greenwood, Rossland, Spokane and  other points down that way. Chas.  Saunders arrived in town last week  from Copper-mountain, where he has  several men at work on his claim the  Helen H. Taedure. He has a shaft  down 65 feet in solid bornite ore. This  claim no doubt will have a ; grand  future.. Powell and Bonaveiice returned * from. Kennedy; Mountain last  week where they have.been since, last  January working on their claims. The  King-, which ' they own; is one of the  principle   claims ' on   that "mountain,  'along.'\yith the- Magnetic,:.": Iiige'rsoll  Belle, Princeton" Red Buck,' Invincible,  Bornite, Peerless, Lela and the Old'  Bob. All of these claims mentioned  have wonderful showings, a few of  which have . native copper in abundance. ' '-''���.' ��� :"'- ���" '" "-   ���"  SIDLEY    ITEMS.  The following, sent us by a Sidley corrcspiidcnt  under date May 21,was. delayed in the uiailes:.  '"'- L,ast Monday, R. G. Sidley seized a  jfive-stamp mill, also boiler and engine,  going iri.to the Granite mine in Camp  McKinney, fop irregularity in passing  the.'goods ...through the custom house  arid undervaluation. Mr. Sam. Hayes,  who was in charge, claims that he paid  Mr." Kruger of' Osooyoos the whole  amount of duty demanded of him but  as Mr..Sidley coulden't see it that way  : the articles \vere seized and the com-  ' missioners of customs will now decide  the matter.  Stephen Johnson has his 'sawmill.  now in good--running--order and is  turning out a superior quality of lumber. The bad condition of the roads is  preventing;- hauling it to- Camp-McKinney which'.is our principal market.  Most of the settlers .are nearly  through with their spring seeding arid  all are putting in an increased acreage.  There will be services in the Catholic  church on Sunday next June 4th as  follows: Mass 10-a- m.' Evening  Devotions 7:30. Rev. Father Palmer; ���  M. A., Ph. D., will preach morning,  and evening. ''' ' '  "W. -J." Snodgrass & Sons, Prop's;  Leaves Penticton at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays; and Saturdays for Camp McKinney,  Rock Creek, Midway, Anaconda, Greenwood.  CarsonaiKl.Grand-For.es. ; '.  Returning leaves Grand Forks at 7 a.m. e:n:li '  ami every day except  Sunday for Greeue.'oi-d  and leaves Greenw(��od for Penticton on Ti.e.s-  '. days, Tliursdaysand Saturdavs at l'l-m.  Carries the Mails. Passengers aud ICxpress.  '���tSf. Will sell   ilirdufih  Tickets  to  Vancouver,  ..   Victoria, Seattle or Portland.' '   '���  a- bridge  mountain."  had    ap-  'the cori--.  0"0  ' <3  ���. .*a,- -c  '���2 "JJ  <o  ���o  o  o  c %  o  ��� .a*  ���5"**  c  '���'   S            ':  ���- ���*���*:  OS  �����  &���  ���o  V. V  rt  ?f  ���**��  ���D  .'.- --  - B  - rf  yt  u "  "*  WftTGHMMER AND JEWELLER  Greenwood, B.C.  Next Door    to   Telephone  e.  -<3��  mi-.  Mi  at  ST5S5  SjSS.  Contractors and Builders H  c��sfe  TURNING AND HANDSAWING g  A   SPECIALTY.  wy?; ��� ���������������'  ife   SllOl'    AND   Ol'l'rCK, SII'.VRK   S'J  WJj     ��� ���������-���   ��� ������  GREE.NWOOD, B. C:?'  ���sist  M  -M()DEL.;^AFE.  ." ~W. R.'Coijkts, Prop.  A New Restaurant in the Flood-Naden-  Block, Run on the  LIVE AND LET LIVE PLAN  Our Tea, Coffee or Cocoa is  Always, Fresh and Well Made  Cilv of Greenwood.  . ' J. II. POSTY,   .  "     ��� '   '   JOSKPH   V-r-LL-ANDRE.  Dated this Sth March, IS'W. -   :.    .--  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby ���jiveu that the yeueral  - nieetinpr of the stockholders of ihe.  Wii|iii'|H'ff Mining A Sine.ltiiijr Co., Ltd., will  he lield at the ollice of . the conipauy at'  'the . mine -on .Friday, Hhe.30.th day of  June, 1S()9,'at the hour of 2 p. in. for .tlie election  of olTcers, and for the ordering of tiro' affairs of  the company (ffiterally. WFlIONEY,  Greeiiwond.-U. C, 23rd Ma.Vj lS'J'l    .. Secretary.'..  MUNICIPALITY OF THE CITY OF GREENWOOD'  Head Oflice and  Works at  BKi.i.Hvir.i.i-:, Ont.'  rirancii Ollice and  Works at.  '���: Trai[.v'B.C.    ,  *��, jfr ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ fy jjj. ^ 4> ^ $, "jfr fy ^^ $, fy fy ^ fy fy <%> fy fy $+ fy $. j$?  THE  niiAC  (BlAGHINE  fe  j,:--..-:!- ���  '     .". Manufacturers of 1(,  .  Air  Compressors,  Roc  Drills, Hoisting   a rd 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. '  .''���''..'  ^iiiiiiiiiiiiauaiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiyiiiiiuiiuuiiaiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiuimiiiiiiuiiiiaiiiiuiiiiiK  Midway, B. C, Muy 20th, 1899.  ��� To Ti-ru UnrTOK,  Boundary Creek Times,  Greenwood, B. C.  Dear Sir :  I have recently learned since my partial recovery from illness of  long duration* that during the recent visit of Mr. Leonard Norris, assistant  commissioner of Land and Works, several land cases in regard to the town  of'Beaverton or the pre-emption of W. T. Thompson were tried.  *- I never heard "of them ! ! They were never tried ! ! simple for the  reason that they never existed, Then why ? Because the title to Beaverton is perfect.  Who owns Beaverton ? The trading men in Greenwood mostly !  Bankers, the townsite owners of Greenwood, your leading brokers, assayers,  merchants,, miriing men,  and citizens.  Why db-tliey owiipropertjr in Beaverton ?    Because they know a good  thing when they see it.    That is what   is  building -Greenwood   city up so  fast, and besides they have been on the ground and have seen it themselves.  Beavertorl' is   the   cerihinu.= of the West Pork branch of-the Canadian  Pacific Railway, there are no Other branches in that part of the country.  Wiry is Beaverton going to-be prosperous; and a large arid thriving  centre ? Because it is the key to the entire mining district, and running  right up to, in fact right into.-'the-to\vri, are some of the largest and-richest  surface showings of mineral on the continent. Ask such exper-ienced men  ���.in these matters as Robt. Wood, George Guess, C. Scott Galloway, J. C.  ^-Haas;: James-Slitherland,: Gi "M<.\Shaw^ or in'fact anyone who has been at  Beaverton what he thinks of it ?   '             .       ' ' "['::'"''"  .'. ���" ." ������-'������-  '-^; ;'������-������---������-��� -Yours truly,-     -f ���'���''..  ���ss?;; m,v     - ' ^ ���'���..-��� .?> ,!W. ;T. '.THOMPSON. ..:!..;.. ���  VICTORIA, B:C:  LONDON, ENG:  VANCOUVER, B. C.  - TURNER,. BEETON   & .OO.:^  f HOLESALE .-MBRGHANTS,   SHIPPERS   AND  IMPORTERS.  KOOTENAY   BRANCH  ��� LIQUORS,  ,;;-r -,    Tobaccos,  ,:��� , BoOtS,  WRITE    FOR    CATALOGUE.  CIGARS,  --      Carpets,  Tents,  /,   < /   NELSON,,B;C.  DRY GOODS,    '  China Matting,   ���  Ore Bags.  FOR   TUNNELS,  MINES   AND   OUARRIES  Straight Line Duplex and Compound  COMRLETE   MINE   EQUIPMENT.  JAMES    COOPER    MANUFACTURING   COMPANY,   Limited  MONREAL,  P.O.  . Branch'   Office, ROSSLAND, B, C. . JAMES D. SWORD, Manager.  ELECTION NOTICE.  PUBLIC   NOTICE 'is ifer'cby -'jfjyen   to   the' "! =  electors t>f tlie North W:ird i.ii t-he Mnnici-     '  liitlity of the city of Greenwood   iliiit   I   require     !  ' .tiiv  presence of   the s.-iiii electors in the. Court  House,   in   Greenwood   :ifores;iid,.on S:iturduy.  ���'June, .ltitji,   1SW,   from   12 o'clock hoou to 2 \i.m; ���;���  for ihe purpose of uoiuiu.-Uiiii.'- ;ni- Alderni;in;t.o    _.  fill tlie viiciiucy creatt-d  by the   resignation   of  (.leorjre.   K   N;i<len      I'-urther   notice  is hereby  -  <ri veil 'that, in* tlie-eve'tttof.n poll beirijr necessary  such poll will b��-ope.ned. on   Tuesday   the  13th  .   day of .lunivUi^.at tlu- cour.t   ho'u.se aforesaid  -    from S a.^ii..lb.'4 p in --tjf...which: every   person   is  ���   hereliy, uequireA   to   take .sii'(itice and   jrovurn  himself accordingly '        .  '. -  r   Given under tnv hand at Greenwood this li'Jth  ''���'itaVorMay^lsOO' Gl! TAYLOR  Returning Oflicer '   ���   ^'MgARTHUR  6c  CO.  ������'���"'-'���'��� \      "-.'., NELSON.'B. C.  'W'-*'"' ���"'���������''''���"���'" "  m  -���G&l -'  "iSC\  '''-''''''ri;i v'c'i'.ist i'i:i-<;iv.-(i ;t  i:if;;o ctni.sij^ii incut <>f carpets direct  from  factories in  Scotland.    Also linoleums   \fcA  Y'J'l 'and oil cloths, \vhu-h they  will   retail .or  wholesale  at  very  low  prices.    Also   live  carloads of  furniture  for   j��#  V'./.J - i..��.'     -1T-.-11     U.. ^1,1     ..*      I,...-     1-,,-t....-.-     if.     i ti f ri\<\.\(...    ...i,-      hn^innu^      '. .i      i\..-.     tl ^... .. .1 -.��..    I* ~1.    .  \:C~)  i~K\  suriti"-  stocl;.    VviU  he   sold  at   verv   low   prices  to  introduce our   business   in   the  Boimdnrv Creek country W>!  @.', \7FflTE    F=Ot?    OATA.LOGUE    /VND    PRICES . ^  '-02J"- "-''���'���������. ^vS  '^ D, McArthur & Co,, Wholesalers and Retailers of Furniture, Carpets, Etc, Nelson, B.C. (|��  .j THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  VV*:  vx Ask to see our T. B. SHIRTS no Better Made  GREENWOOD   AND   DISTRICT.  A. K. Stuart has returned from a  trip to Cascade,  A.   Tillman   is   moving  his sawmill  to the old site above Anaconda.  ,-H. B. Munroe will move into his.new  store below T. M. Gulley & Co.'s  in   a  few days.  W. L. C. Gordon has returned from  a six.week's trip .to the West Fork  country. ���  It is reported that Fred Brown of the  Columbia hotel is dangerously ill with  bright's disease.  D.'R.  McElmon,  the jeweller,  has  moved  to  his  building on  Deadwood  ��� street above Hunter-Kendrick's.  Geo. Lemon and Robt. Lyon arrived  from Rossland this week, and are at  present doing development on the Gabe  in Smith's Camp.  \V.   F.  Tye came over   the road as  far   as  Columbia   this week. H.   T.  Wilgress of the  C. P. R.   land depart-  tnciit went over to meet him.  J. C. Olsen mayor of Rendell, was in  town   this week.     He reports a great  number of prospectors in the  vicinity,  also investors sizing up the situation.  ��� ���     ���  The local lodge of A. F. & A. M. are  building a hall on Government street  below, the Central Hotel. The oddfellows intend building on the adjoining  lot.  Foreman Edwards has a gang of  men at work digging a trench along  Greenwood street for the continuation  of the waterpi'pe. The tank above the  reservoir is nearing completion.  The sub-committee having charge of  the fluids in connection with the  Dominion Day Celebration report big  donations from business men. It is  likely the money for prizes will reach  the $3,000 mark.  J. McNicol of Midway, one of the  best known merchants in the district  has sold his business to Mr. Jacobs of  San Francisco. Mr. McNicol intends  remaining in the district and giving  his attention to other valuable  interests.  The Boundary Creek Mining and  Milling company are getting in a plant  for their properties.  Mrs. II. A. Foreman will give instructions in physical culture to children every Wednesday afternoon free  of charge.  The grand stand at the baseball  grounds has been completed. The  grounds are now well packed and in  good condition..  It is reported that the negotiations  between L. S. Moultbn-Barrett and C-  E. Race of Rossland for the purchase  of the Golden Eagle on the North Fork  of the Kettle river have been brought  to a successful issue to-day.  Rendell & Co. expect to move their  dry goods establishment into the big  Copper-st block early next week. The  Bank,of Montreal will move about the  first of July. The handsome fixtures  for the new bank office have already  arrived.  Avery enjoyable social dance was  given in Barrett's hall on the 29th  inst., and . was in every respect a  success. We learn the gross receipts  were $131.00, leaving a balance to be  turned in to the building fund of the  R. C. church of this city of $104.00.  The Boundary Creek Telegraph and  Telephone company have secured their  supplies, and have awarded the contract for stringing the wires. They  expect to have their line in operation  in a few.weeks. The telegraph bill  promoted by D. C. Corbin and others  has been passed by the Dominion Parliament, and the telegraph line will be  built immediately.  W. H. Dorman, postoffice inspector  arrived in Greenwood on Friday. He  investigated the robbery of the mails  but got no clue. Mr. Derman s ates  the report that the mails were not  distributed at the Grand Forks office  immediately upon arrival was an error.  Postmaster Hull had made up the mail  for the night, and the Greenwood and  Grand Forks sacks were stolen. But  little registered mail was stolen so far  as the inspector could ascertain. Mr.  Dorman will install Mr. King as postmaster here. The office will remain  where it is for some time.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby (>-iven  that the 'general  merchandise business carried  on by  me  at Midway  has been acquired by J. R. Jacobs  All accounts must be paid to me forthwith and <  I will pay all liabilities.  In retirinj*\froni business I beg- to thank tlie  public for an exceedingly generous paternage  and bespeak equally kind treatment for my  successor. .  ' " J. McNICOL.  Midwav, June 2nd, 1S99.  AMNERS' and : :  PROSPECTORS  should Wear   : :  Ames Holden Co.'s  "Columbia"  "Kootenay"  " Vancouver "  All of which are First.class Foot Wear.  THE  CELLAR  QINKS, Garbage Boxes, aud Cess-  ^"^ pools need attention now. Some  limes sickness in the summer months is  due to lack of disinfectants. Be on the  safe side���use Ckkoi.in now.  CREOLIN is a prompt, reliable and  safe disinfectant. It is not poisonous,  and that is one of the reasons why it is  in such demand. Death through carbolic  acid is frequent.  IN addition to its use as a geueral  disinfectant, Creolin- is ay agreeable  deodorizer for the sick room, an effective home remedy for burns, cuts and  other hurts; and a useful application in  treating skin .blemishes and parasitic  diseases of animals.  THREE table spoonfuls of Creolin  mixed with a gallon of water makes a  good disinfectant  <7=-W*  S.  Druggists and Jewelers.  Whilst the Greeriv/ood City Council have coinpel-'    .  led the stores to close on Sundays,  they  have no  jurisdiction over our business during the week,,,,,,.  ...We Are Receiving Daily a Fine Stock of...  Gent's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes    <  Clothing,      Neckties,      Latest Styles in Collars,     Hats,  ,; Caps,    /Etc.,    . Etc. ���  Whilst the City Council regulates our Sunday affairs, We, regulate our own prices  and l hey -suit every pocket.    Just call and see us at the  V hi IT E. FRONTS  OLSON&PHELAM:  Government Street, Greenwood.  (>���,'.���   i   !..or to the PostO'llice)  Ltn'1!- ���!:..!  A. Fisiiek.  .nn'i|i!i;-;r;y  ilisffill ���-������ UnLL  PlltiMP* ill  11    mi -Am  JVULL^S     AND.   YAHDS,    AT  Greenwood! City    %    Eholt Creek, B, G  ' .���"*'. M:uiur;ii:tiircrs of  Kimyh^ :uul   DrosHi-il   ;  -*. V  e  '���_ ViMOl  Shingles,- Lath* --Mouldings,' Sash and Doors.  '-.-'.  ALL 'KIND'S OF FACTORY WORK MADS TO ORDER -������������  -' .-  Lumber delivered to-"any-place in'the-City-or.'to Mining Camps  Midway, Kettle River.   ,.  FiKST-cr.ASS Accom.\!oV>atiox.    Goon Staumnc    Stoitinc. T'lacr vou i-'.tac.i-k.  McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY. Proprietors,       :',-,; ,y  ���"��* K**^**o**K*t��*xzMj*j**Kn&^mrTAVTa+-?j^Yx*i*4** f.*tt~ t++** -wjaMw���m  J$ **J�� ���$"- 4"1 �����$������ 4> '4�� ri" -^ *$"i-* *-^* *^ ^"*- *^* *^* *^-- -^ *^* *^* *^" *--^�� ���"^, ���p^i��� 4* 3?  -*5*' .       . ���  . ���"��� k ' '"' '4*  j��    'We'tire paying particular attention to      '' '   ;�������������  ;"3* Our Hams and Bacons, after a trial, you will &  J* certainly pronounce as the best you have ever ***  4��    used.,- .,. -: ..��.  *  *  P.   BURNS   <&   CO.  ��3��   Head Office for Boundary Creek division at GREENWOOD.   *  jl^ Shops at Cascade, Grand f"orks, Niagara, Greenwood and Midway .      ^  St q. .Jfu ^ Jju -^.$. *$. -^u $. .$, >$. .$. jj* .$, cjf. ��$. jf* >$,<$>%* fyfyfyfyK  OF   EVERY   DESCRIPTION. UPHOLSTERING,   ETC.  The Largest Stock in the District.  | UNDERTAKINQ-   AND    EMBALM INQ. |  ��  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  the��� ralace livery stable.  IN   THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   DISTRICT.  Extra Well Fitted for Long Drives,    Saddle Horses  and Pack  Ponies,    Feed Barn,    Hay and  Oats For Sale,  AW. ROBINS   -   -   -   PROPRIETOR.  Wi  sip:  m  IS THE BEST SITE F��R  T  REASONABLE PRICES  and EASY PAYMENT.  FOR PARTICULARS APPLY.  Room 10, Naden-FloocI Building-, Copper Street.


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