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 Published Weekly in tee Interests of the Boundary Creek Mining District.  Vol, VI,  GREENWOOD, B, C, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1899,  163  No. 7  M0BERN  ^=^s^s^^s^:^s:^:^s:^~-  Contractors for the design arid construction of complete Stamp Mills, Concentration,  Chlorination, Cyanide and Smelter Equipments.  u  o  m  JO  o  u  m  o  bo  <  "J-"'ar  C  Si  o  ���s  o  4-<  ���v  O  O  o  (J  u  ���  en  o  SS  o  o  o  /ft  - ��� I'M   -^e ������� C  t-* *-  _ ���  ���"-i*'T"'3i-i*-r    -     "   ~  W  r��  o  w _,  0>  o>  po  &->  >  3- Q  crq  ��< p  fi>  RO   ">  i-t-  W  03   ��*  t-n  o  JL  O  ES    ��L  i-t  c/j  cr  0 ��*?  td  s s.  W  O  0*q    >-t  o  ^*-  -**  Ou  ��  ��  *"*f   O  i-�� ���  3* a  p*  Hi  O  ��<   oo  H.  jl)  *  <n  Head Office and Works s  PBTBRB0R��, 0IT��  Branch Offices s  Vancouver, B. C, Rossland, B. C,  And Greenwood, B.C. harry howson. Agent.  jQAULFIELD & LAMONT..  DEALER IN    SHELF   AND   HEAVY   HARDWARE,  :-'-, ;,v. GRANITE WARE, ETG(f ETC, ,,,  Dowsnell Washers, vAjex and Royal Canadian Wringers, ? Wire Screen Cloth, ^ Screen Doors.  v������ ��� v < A Large Consignment  of  Window Glass Just Received.'/�� /*' >/  [F    YOU   Inspect  Our  Stock  And Get     ^  Our Prices  ***i><><>>'i>  ditifr'all kinds of staple and    <^Qj\  We carry a full stock of merchandise incliidi  fancy groceries. tj^jro  Flour, Feed, Vegetables; Fresh Eggs, .Fruits, Cured *��$s  Meats, Fuse, Caps, Powder, Earthenware, Glassware, f&S  Crockery. *jgN  ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS AND MINING HARDWARE $f^  A, H, SPERRY & CO,,  Copper Street,  ���     >>     *     Greenwood, B, C,  ^^$^9^1 WWmwwwmwyRVIZW>y  ^uuiiiiiiuiaiiiiiiaiiiiaiaiiuiiiaiiaiiiiiiaiiiiiiiaiiuiuaiiiuuaiiiaiiiiiiiiaiaiiuiiiiiiiiiiig  IS THE BEST HOTEL IN GREENWOOD. A New Building, well fiirnislied. Firsi-class  Service'in all dcpartmiiiits. Choice, Wines, Liquors and Cigars, a Headquarters for Mining-  and Commercial Men.  Copper Street,  THEEIGHMURLAW  WENT INTO EFFECT ON MONDAY  Men- Refuse to Work at Two Boundary Creek  Mines.���Situation in Nelson and Rossland.���  The Innovation a Peaceable One?  ^nt!nmmt?HnmnH!!HH!?tm!!mn!mnH!!!n!!Hn!nmn!t!!mfnf??n?!!Hn!Hn?HH!?H!m!!r^  The law prohibiting' the working- of  men underground for a longer shift  than eight hours went into effect on  Monday last- The change was rather  a serious one in the Slocan district,  where most of the mines shut down,  but elsewhere it had little influence in  disarranging the smooth conditions of  affairs which existed prior to, the en-  acttiient. In.,"Boundary Creek district  the'miners at the Brooklyn and Sunset  refused to work under the new arrangements which the mineowners considered necessary to meet the reduction in  the hours of labor. Since it was announced by the government that the  eight-hour law would be enforced, mine  owners and representatives of property  had seveial meeting's in the city with a  view to arriving at some definite conclusion regarding the enforcementof  the eight-hour law. It was at . last  decided to adopt and adhere to the1  Rossland sen In of wages. This scale  allows 83.50 l',.��r eight hours for machine  men. The trouble arose in the mines  without drilis... The old scale of $3.50  was allowed for eight hours in shafts;  but in dry drifts hammer-men were  reduced to $3 for eight hours. This  reduction affected only' the two properties mentioned, as the other mines  working ii iiUerground drifts have drills.  When the announcement was made to  the men at the Brooklyn and Sunset,  they refused to accept the reduction.  They were given their time and pay,  and all. came to the city. It is reported  that as McKenzie, Mann, & Co. owning the Stemwinder and Brooklyn,  and the Montreal-Boundary Creek Co.���  owning the Sunset, have purchased  compressors . for their properties, no  special effort will be made to secure  men at the $3 rate, the owners being  satisfied to await the installation of  their big, plants, when the . cause for  the dissatisfaction of the men .will 'be  removed.  SITUATION   AT  NELSON.  A Nelson despatch states that with  the enforcement of the eight-hour law  theMiners'TJnion showed its hand when  the miners from the Athabasca, Granite, and Royal Canadian mines, over  100 in all, came into town. This was  rather a surprise, as it was thought  the Athabasca, by reducing the price  of board, had made satisfactory arrangements with the men. The Granite miners quit about ten days ago, but  their places had since been filled, while  no complaint had been heard from the  Royal Canadian. The two latter mines  belong to the Duncan Mines, Limited,  and the miners on the Gr : -i ite were I  formerly paid $3.50, and -charged SI a I  day for board, while on the Royal Can-'  adian they, got S3, and were charged 75  cents   a  day  for  board.     On  June T,  wages   at  the  Granite  dropped  to S3,  but no change was made on the, Royal  Canadian, where the miners are better  off now than before.   The management  is very sore, and attributes  the  action  of the Royal Canadian, miners to intimidation, but it is only fair to ,say  that  there is no evidence of  any  influence,  save   the   moral   one   of   the   Union.  There is no change at the Hall mines,  and  no sign of any.    Those mines are  largely non-union, and   the  conditions  there are peculiar.   The regular wages  there  have always, been S3 and S2.50.  Some men working for wages are  now-  better off than  ever.      About 75 per  cent of the work is  done   by   contract,  the  men   working  at   so  much a foot.(  Skilled   miners  working  thus   are  all  making   good   nioneyj' and   the  wage  question does not affect   them.     Many  of  them   have worked  there for two,,  three, and four years.    The Exchequer  is still working, and Union representatives received  a cold  reception   there.  One of  the   men   informed   them   that  but  for  the unions,they would now be  getting $3i50, as before, instead of S3.  ROSSr.AND ALLr.KIGHT.   .  : Fronv .Rossland   word    comes    that  there is no  trouble  in; the  camp. ���: In :  February, when  the  law   was   passed,  the   mineowners ; commenced to follow  out its provisions,   and   there  has   not  been - a  hitch since.   The mineowners  did not wish to.have  any   trouble,   nor  did   the   miners,   and concessions were'  made on both  sides.     It was feared ;���  before the law  went  into . effect  that  there might be  trouble.     This  apprehension was shown more by the miners  than the operators.:   It was displaced  in  the fact tliat  the. :miners   stopped :  spending their money except for necessities, and when asked the reason why  replied  that. there  might be a strike  over the  eight-hour' law,   and   if   the  trouble came they wanted a few dollars  in case of  a  possible  lockout.     When  the government temporarily suspended  the law, it made  no difference to the  Rossland  mineowners;- as'they cohtin-s  ,ued theeight-hoursystein.Itisclaimed,  however, as a matter "of fact,  that the '  men do-not accomplish " as much in 8  hours as they used,to in 10.     The rate  of wages paid is just the same as when '  10 hours were worked.     Even  before  the law was passed, considerable three-  shift work was done, and this  made  it  necessary  to only work 8 hours:  that  is to say,   the  eight-hour  system  was  partially   in   effect at this camp before  the law was  passed.     At   the  present  writing  the  best  of  feeling prevails,  the men are satisfied,  and-/so are the  mineowners,   and   there   will    be    no  trouble over the eight-hour law.  THE   CELEBRATION.  Arrangements Being Perfected for Two Big  Days Sports.  T'.ie committee appointed by the citizens and a committee from the Greenwood AthK vie Association got down to  hard work Litis week, with the result  that there is now every assurance that  the two days celebration to be held, on  July 3 and 4 will eclipse anything of  the kind ever held in the Boundary  Creek district. The committee outlined their plans, and are now working  out the details of the big celebration.  The finance committee were hustlers,  and by the end of this week will have  S2.000 for prizes! The committee decided to offer two big prizes for a drilling contest to encourage the miners to  come into the city. The winning team  will receive S200, and the second team  S100. It is stipulated, however, that a  team must drill 30 inches to win either  money. This ensures a magnificent  contest of speed and endurance. There  is going 1o be some good horseracing,  including two or three novelty, races  that will afford plenty, of amusement.  Baseball enthusiasts will get what they  want inthe shape of a game between  the veterans���possibly two. There is  going to be something new in the shape  of lacrosse. A game has never been  played in the Boundary Creek country.  It is Canada's national game, and a  most exciting and entertaining one it  is. The small sports are well looked  after. There will be plenty of events  in this line. The local firemen will be  given an opportunity to show their  speed and dexterity with hose and reel.  The committee decided to offer a prize  of S25 for the best decorated building  in the city. It is hoped everyone will  take an interest in the prize, so that  the city may have a gala appearance  during the celebration. There is going  to be lots of fireworks, and Pat Welch  has promised to save some dynamite,  which is now terrorizing the sleepy  denizens of tlie town at an unearthly  hour in the morning, for a royal salute, ���Ef.��if^iJ5��^.?-iCfKffitR:i!W  ['HE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  I.  II.   JIALI.KTY.-  II. C. SHAW  HALLETT <��TSHAW  QSarrietere, ^oficitorB,  ���NOTARIES    PUBLIC.  Cubit; Address: "hai.i.ktt."  i Bedford���M'Neill's,  Urotinihall*:  Com;s  .1 Moreing ^ Nt-al-;  ( Leiber's,.  XJREENVJOCD,  B. C.  7  bn'HCLE   &   WHITESIDE.  Barristers and Solicitors,  (Jtofonee (puSfi'c, cfc,  JiAUKKTT Block, Coi'i'iCK Si'kki:'!',  GREENWOOD.  THE LAST CHANCE MINE.  J��>     B.   KERR.  Bakkisti-k and Solicitor.  r.HKKNtt'OOl),  NOIAKV   1'L'IILIC.  IS. C.  ).l!.  HKllWN.  J-  Al.r.  HAM.. I.I.. ��..  MOKKISIIX,  I..I..I'..  $faff,-(��tof��ii# (fi-torrtBon  Baukist.kus and Solicitors, Notakies  Puiii.ic, Etc.  Nader.-I'-hiod Ijlock, Copper Street   t.reemvnud.  M.   KERBY.  em. Can. St��c. Civil JCugi inters,  prORBES  '   Assoc.  Qprotnnctaf &AYib J^itvfcegor  AND CIVIL  KKUIXEKK','  ~ QtoforE (pufifi'c-- MIDWAY,    B.C.  pr     W.    GROVES.  ���       Civil & Mining Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor,  GREENWOOD,   B.C.  iueial Claims Reported upon.  Underground Surveys.  (i.   A.  C.UKSS, M.A. II.   A. GUESS, M.A.  Guess Bros.  CHEMISTS AND ENGINEERS.  Mining- Properties Examined and Reported on.    (Estab. 1895).  Greenwood.B. C.  QHARLES AE. SHAW.  Givil   Engineer,  ��omi'm'on (mo (proinnciaf fianb JjurBejor.  GREENWOOD,       -        B.C.  MOWAT & PALMER,  Mining and Real Estate Brokers  GREENWOOD.  H.  AV".   KEEPER.  Real Estate and Mining Broker  OFFICE   OVER   BANK   OP; B.N. A.  GREENWOOD.  B.    RATON   <��   CO.,  Mining and ���  ���  ���  Real Estate Brokers  GREENWOOD.   B.C.  J^    IV. ROSS.  MINING AND SHARE BROKER,  COLUMBIA, B. C  Boundary   and   Camp   McKinney   properties  given especial attention.  W. S. KEITH, M. E. P.    KETCHUM.  KEITH & KETCHUM  REAL ESTItlE AND M1��IN6 BROKERS  GREENWOOD.   B. C.  Mining Properties Examined  AND    REPORTED   ON.  REAL ESTATE AND MINING  PROPERTIES.  . . . THE MART.. .  GAUNCE& WICKWIRE,  Agents,  Greenwood.  G. M. HILLARY, B. Sc.  ASSAYER   AND  CHEMIST.  .dilate   nf   McOill   University    in    Mining  ICil^ri liei^ri  (JKI310NWOOD    -    -    13. C.  Kerby's -Map of Wellington Camp  Candies,  Uruceirls'  Tobaccos,   Cigars,  Sundries. Stationery, etc..  By Con-Centrate in the British Columbia  Mining Record.  To those who were in the district in  the earlydays, five and six years ago,  when the Skylark,: Providence, Defiance and other claims made shipments of high-grade ore. the'news that  a bona fide company has again commenced operations in the well-known  section of Boundary Creek, called Skylark camp, will be welcome. This.com-.  pany, the Boundary Mining- Company.  Limited, with headquarters in Spokane,  and registered at Victoria, owns the  Last Chance, one of the best properties in the group of claims which'con-  stitute the Skylark camp.  To those unfamiliar with the history  of the camp it may be interesting- to  learn that when mining in Boundary  Creek was at a discount; when the.pros-  pect, of the district securing transportation facilities was extremely far  distant; when Boundary Creek was a  practically unexplored and unknown  section of the Province, and its mineral  wealth was not by any means recognized; in the years immediately preceding- the staking of the first claims  in the Trail Creek district, the Skylark,  Providence, Defiance and other claims  were then being- worked and from time  to time made shipments of ore. It is  almost unnecessary to state that the  ore shipped was very high-grade, as in  those days, working- a mining- property  in Boundary Creek was an expensive  and difficult operation^ involving no  little faith, pluck and perseverance.  Planks and mining- timbers had to be  hewn or made by whipsaw, necessities  of every kind were expensive, and the  ore shipped had to be carried on the  backs of cay uses over a rough miner's  trail and then hauled long-distances  over an apology for a wag-on road.  Still ore was shipped, though not in  larg-e quantities. When, however, it  became apparent that the district must  necessarily within a few years' time  obtyin transportation facilities and  after the best-known claims in the  camp had'changed hands, and in some  cases been acquired by companies,  the'hi although the Skylark, 'Last  Chance Bnd other properties were de-'  veloped, no further shipments were  made, it being obviously better policy  to await the advent of a railway and  allow the ore to remain on the dump  than to continue to send the ore to the  smelter by wagon or pack trains over  many miles of badly constructed roads.  Thus it happens that the claims which  in the pioneer days of mining in  Boundary Creek helped greatly to furnish work and give' heart to the early  pioneers, will, under different conditions, again come into prominence as  being amongst the first of . the Boundary Creek mines to take advantage of  the facilities afforded by the construction of thf C. & W. Ry. to consign ore  to the smelter.  The Last Chance is a full-sized claim,  for which a Crown grant was obtained  in 1897. The original owners, Messrs.  Cook & McCormick, did a considerable  amount of work on the property, exposing a four-foot lead, on which they  sank a shaft over forty ' feet deep on  the lead. In the spring of 1895 the  present company was formed and the  claim passed into their hands. The  original shaft was then continued to a  depth of 110 feet, following the ore  down. Leaving a few feet for a sump  a thirty-foot drift on the lead was then  made at this depth. "The vein, along  this drift is four feet between walls in  a diorate formation, and has a pay  streak of eighteen inches. The ore  carries ruby silver and gray copper in  a silicious gangue and the pay streak  averages SI.20 in gold and silver. This  lead has been exposed by deep crosscuts on the surface for about 1,000,fetit,  and also on the adjoining claim, the  Lake, for 200 feet. Its strike is northwest and southeast, and it dips to the  east at an angle of over 45 degrees  into   the   mountain  side.    It is highly  PUMPING MACHINERY FOR MINE WORK  Outside Packed Duplex Pattern With Pot Valves.  WE ARE PREPARED  To furnish Pumping Machinery of various. types for  all Mining duties. Our long experience and up to  date plant and methods enable us to warrant our  Pumps unapproached for design, durability ^compactness and general serviceable qualities. We would.be  pleased to furnish catalogue and. estimates.  N0RTHEY  MAN?rJ^S?,ING Toronto, Ont.  to which additions are to beniade.  The claim is well sitnated, lying  alongside the main stage-'road' and  within a mile of transportation at  Greenwood.- It is well timbered, the  timber being of ,a size suitable for  mining purposes. '-'  The Boundary Mining Company is  incorporated for $1,000,000, in $1 "shares',1'  fully paid up and non-assessable. So  far'i practically no stock has been  placed on the market, the promoters  having contributed 1-5 of their personal holdings in order to meet calls  for the,'development so far accomplished.  Considering the quality of the ore,  the situation of the claims, which will  render development and production less  difficult,than in most mining ventures,  and the permanent nature of the lead  so far developed, the Boundary Mining  company can be congratulated on having secured the Last Ch.i:ue mine, and  can safely count on having acquired a  property of great promi ������.  WHAT   BOUNDAR       ���'1LL   DO.  tt. B. MUNR0E, Greenwood.  Ecimdciy  No. 38,  Valley  I.O.O.F.  Lodg  EETS every  Tuesday  l_    Evening   at   8.00   iii  their bulge mom at C.reeuwood, B.C.   A cordial  invitaiiiiu is extended to all sojourning brethren. TnoS.      . .Gdhev, N.G.  Duncan Ross, Rec. Sec.  &  F=.   Sc   A.   M.  "jS'^r ���  /V\ GREENWOOD LODGE, A. F. & A. M.  Regular Communication first Thursday in  everv mouth. Sojourning brethren cordiallv  invited. " ' J.   C.   HAAS,  C. Scott Calloway. W..M. Secretary  Your house needs a coat   of  paint.  Goupil & Holden.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby fiveii that the (fenera 1  meeting of the stockholders of the  Winnipeg Mining & Smelting Co., Ltd., will  be held al the oflice of the company at  the mine on Friday, the 30th day of  .1 line. <*'>'>, at the hour of 2 p. n:. for the election  of ofTcers. aud for the ordering of the affairs of  the company generally. W F HONEY,  Greenwood.'It. C, 23rd' May, 1SW Secretary.  probable that this lead is a contiuu-1  ance of the well-known Skylark vein, |  from which over SIS,000 worth of ore |  was shipped. j  Three hundred feet to the east a large  parallel vein of porphyrite, carrying  gold and copper values, has been exposed by surface work. Between the  two leads a vertical double compartment shaft, timbered with square sets,  has been sunk 110 feet, and the intention of the company is to sink this  shaft another 65 feet and then (leaving  25 feet for a sump) cross-cut for both  ore bodies at the 150 level. This policy  will commend itself to mining men.  At  the present   time a hoisting and j  pumping  plant is  being  installed on  the  claim,  consisting  of   a   ten-horse  power  boiler,   hoist  and   cable, and  a  No. 7 Cameron pump.  The present buildings consist of a  commodious shaft house and a roomy  bunk house and   some  miners' cabins,  The section to the west of here, known  as  the  Boundary country,   has   been  known    to   contain   valuable   mining  properties   for   a   good   many   years.  The ore, with remote exceptions, is not  free-milling,' but is rather base,  and  the best means of reducing it  is by  smelting.    The section  has  not  been  productive because it lacked transportation facilities.    For the past three or  four   years   there   has   been   a great-  activity  there because  transportation  was promised,  and  as  an  outcome,   a  number, of .mines will be ready to ship  when the railway  arrives.     Prospects  have been  placed in a position to be  called mines; ���they could today, if  the  railroad was completed, commence the  shipping of ore from what,  in  quite  a  number of instances, are large dumps.  Among  these  are the B. C, the Ironsides, the Knob Hill, the Brooklyn, the  Stemwinder,  the  City   of   Paris,   the  Lincoln,  the Winnipeg,  Brandon'and  Golden Crown, Mother Lode, Morrison,  Jewel, and others.   In addition to these  there   are   properties   like   the   King  Solomon, the Snowshoe, the Pathfinder,  and others, that in a short time will be  ready to ship.    Besides, too, there is a  district   in  the Burnt Basin which was  only opened a few   months  since,   and  which, .within   a   very   short   time,   in  such  properties  as the  Mother Lode,  the John Bull  group,  the  Ennismore,  the Mystery, and other properties, will  ere   long   become   producers   of   pre.  There are some 12 or . 13  mines  in  the  Boundary section���mentioned   above���  however,  that  are now ready to ship,  and immediately on the advent  of the  railway, will produce at least 2,000 tons  of ore per week.     This  quautity they  I will  be  able to increase, and inside of  j six months they should be able to'.pro-  j duce at  least  4,000 tons  every seven  days.     Further on  this quantity will  be largely augmented, and  some conservative  mining   engineers   estimate  that within two or three years the output  of   the   Boundary   Creek   section  j should be at least 8,000 tons  per  week.  This quantity added to  that   produced  in   the Trail Creek division, and in the  Slocan, East Kootenay, and other portions, of   the   Kootenays,   will   make a  grand aggregate that will   be   hard   to  match   anywhere  on   this continent in  the same area.    The mining  possibilities  of Southern British Columbia are  just commencing to be understood  and  appreciated.���Rossland Miner.  GREENWOOD   is   the   financial   and  commercial  centre  of  Boundary  Greek  district.      It   is   the   supply-  point  for   the   mining-   canips.  lead  to  the  GREEWNOOD.  COPPER  LONG   LAKE.  jTrom   the   city,    roads  i"  DEADWOOD,  SUMMIT,  SKYLARK,  WELLINGTON, SMITH'S.  AND   OTHER   BOUNDARY   CREEK   CAA\PS.  Three   chartered   Banks   have   branches   in  the   city.  For price of Lots and other information, address  ROBT.   WOOD  or  C.   SCOTT  GALLOWAY,  GREENWOOD.   BOUNDARY  CREEK.   B.C.  Or apply to. the Agents :  .:���,.. F. COSTERTON  ; Vernon.  XA. K. STUART,  Vancouver.  X   J..   JOHNSON & CO.,  ROSSI.ANO.  Rossland.  <$$  ^^  investment and  LIMITED    LIABILITY.  'fri  Greenwood.  st  <o.  (Reaf &st<xtt <xnb Qttimncj QjJrote, *'  Financial & Insurance Agents  GEO.   R.   NADEN. .Manacjcr.  * ��� GREENWOOD ��� *  Dealers in Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Butter, Eggs, etc,  *  HEAVY   WAGON   SCALES   IN   CONNECTION   WITH   OUR   BUSINESS  Silver Street, Greenwood.  A Minneapolis Visitor.  Robt. Riddell, a Minneapolis business  man, spent Sunday with A. T. Kendrick  of the Hunter-Kendrick company. Mr.  Riddell is a member of the Hunter-  Kendrick company. He is making his  first visit to Greenwood and Grand  Forks, where the company has large  establishments. Mr. Riddell visited  the B. C, Old Ironsides, and other big  mines in the district. He was greatly  impressed with the magnificent ore  bodies in thedifferent properties visited.  Mr. Riddell was pleased with the bright  outlook at Greenwood, and is convinced  that   the   company  with   which   he  is j  associated made no mistake in starting :  I  business   here.     He  left   for home on j  Monday. i  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.  Greenwood, B. c.  to   Telephone  Next Door  Office.  NOTICE.  PIONEER aisd REVENUE Mineral Claims,  situate in the Kettle Kiver mining' division  of Yale district. Where located : In Dead-  wood  Camp,  %  mile west of the Morrison  mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John Howard Macfarlane, free miner's certificate No. 1'J,622a',  intend, sixty davs from the date hereof, to  apply to the mining' recorder for a certificate of  improvements, for the purpose of obtaining- a  crown grant of the above claim.  And puktiikk take notice that action under  Section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated the 9th day of June, 18W.  ff  a  BlHW]gmimMWM��IHB^'l������^ ������/���  D  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  POPULAR RAILWAY MAN DEAD.  C. G. Dixon Dies Suddenly  in  Spokane  from  Rheumatism of the Heart.  C. G. Dixon, a popular railway man,  well-known throughout Kootenay and  Boundary Creek, died suddenly in Spokane on Saturday last. The Spokesman-Review gives the following par-  ���_ticulars:������     '    '- ���  "Rheumatism of the heart is the  supposed cause of death. Mr. ������ Dixon  had been ailing for several weeks, but  continued at work until a few days  ago. Up to almost the'hour, of his  death there was no suspicion the illness would prove fatal. In fact, Mr.  Dixon had arranged to go east yesterday with Traffic-Manager Blabon of  the Great Northern, intending to spend  a vacation of several weeks in eastern  cities. His friends���H. M. Adams,  general agent of the O. R. & N., and  Geo. D. Potter���were'with Mr. Dixon  when he passed away. Death came  while he was unconscious.  " Mr. Dixon was born December 10,  1854, at Indianapolis, and entered the  railroad service in 1883, since which he  has been consecutively ticket agent  and assistant passenger agent of the  Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis, &  Chicago Railway, and its successor-  the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago, &  St. L,ouis Railway; October 1892 to  May 1893, traveling freight; and passenger agent of coast lines of the Great  Northern Railway"; May 1893 to December 1893, city passenger and ticket  agent of the same road at Seattle; December 1893 to August 1898, general  agent of same road at Spokane; August 1898, general freight and passenger agent of the Spokane Falls and  Northern at Spokane;: March 1899,  commercial agent of theGreat Northern.  KETTLE   RIVER MINING   DIVISION.  Record  of Mineral   Locations for the Week  Endine May  30.  1899.  ���  May 22.  Cardiff, Copper camp, M Griffin.-  Galileo, Deadwood camp, W M Law.  Oreg-on Boy fractional, Deadwood camp,  T Q  Butler..  Molly Darling-, Eholt Creek, T Q Butler.  Messliabei'i Rock Creek, J Link & C h Johnson  ' May 25.  Chesapeake, Copper camp, H B Munroe.  Champion, Deadwood camp, G Conway.  Mayflower, Canyon Creek, F Darrag-h  &  F  W  Lacey.  A.B., Eholt Creek, Vital Cyr.  May 26.  Sultana, Providence camp, J Moke.  Ram's Horn, Long- Lake camp, F Fletcher.  Metallic, Summit camp, G llirtsch.  Lilly, Long Lake camp, G Birtsch.  . \  Friday fractional, Providence camp, H B Munroe. ���  ��� . May, 27.  I.G.I., Skylark camp, W. E. George.  Flagstaff, Summit camp, C P Wilson.  Noonday fractional. Summit camp,  J  M  Henderson.  May 29.  Three Friends, Cedar Creek, J R Reilie & F  B  Brazil.  Young American, Cedar Creek, J R Reilie & J1  B Brazil.  May 30.  J.M.B. fractional, Providence camp, L S Moul-  ton-Barrett.  Marjorie, Smith's camp, J PMcLeod & R Gar-  dom.  Seventh Dragoon Guards, Smith's camp,  J  P  McLcod & R Gardoni.  Certificates of Work.  May 22.  Belmont fractional, H J Homaun.  Baltimore, J A Moody.  Puttram, T.White.  Vulcan, Boundary Star, and United, J  Moran  et al.  Magnetite, S'M Johnson et al.  Pasco, W Powers et al.  May 23.  Kimljerley, G Henderson et al. <  Columbus, J.Cunningham et al.  Dandy, S M Johnson.  May 25.  Silver King, F P llogan.  Lode, H MeKee. .  Rocky Hill, Crystal Gold, and   North  Star,  F  Dafragh et al.  Magnolia and Copperopolis, G Riter.  May 26.  Thunder Cloud, F B Smith et al.  May 27.   >  Grey Eagle, D Buchanan.  St. Genevieve, G T Crane et al.  , Marjorie, C J McArthnr.  Laura, C J McArthur.  May 29.  Nellie May, H McKeown.  Leeds, B Leather.  Florence May, W E Guttridge.  Dewey, T H White.  Little John, British Pride, Golden  Eagle,  and  Deadwood, J R Reilie et al.  Pi n hook, G R Naden et al.  May 30.  Texas fractional, L S Moulton-Barrett.  Woodstock, J McAllister.  The Chief, J Gray.  Hidden Treasure, N Bennett & E A Bieleubeig  Butte Citv, C R Garland.  E J  Wickwire,   E  C  Cargill," aud W J Harris.  Lady of the Lake,   E   Genuond,  J   Breitfelder,  and C L Thornet.  Transfers.  May 21.  Vulcan, 1-5 interest, N Miller to A B Campbell.  United, 1-S interest, N Miller to A B Campbell.  Boundary Star, 1-5 interest, N Miller to A B  Campbell.  Belmont, all interest, H A Wright to H J Hanson.  Galileo, all interest, W M Law to T Witte.  Ivillie Mav, all interest, A Chisliolm to A McMillan."  May 23.  Denver, 2-5 interest, A A Mcintosh to W H  Spence. .    .   .  Golden Reed, all interest, F Hilbert to G H  Ford.  Dewey, \i interest, T II White to C Pring-le.  No. 5, Diamond, New York, Pioneer, Golden  Reed, and Ontario, lA interest in each. G II  Ford to C Pringle.  May 25.  Southern Bell, !4 interest, F Carey to J McLennan.  Liberty, \i interest, J B Estep to C Matlicwson.  Ontario, '/$ interest, P Sullivan to E Livermore  May 27.  Sunrise, 'A interest each to IJ L Garrison and S  JJreslauer by A Mason.  Vulcan, United, and Boundary Star, 1-5 interest in each, A Mowat et al to S Breslauer.  Dewey, % interest, T H White to E Escalet,  ramminmmmmmf^  m*i  Head Office aud Works at  BKLLEVILTJJ, ONT. "���.  Branch Oflice and Works at  ���Tkaii., B.C.  ^ ^*f^ ��fs *f* *f* *��>��$> *��3 ^ # *f�� *fa <%* ���%> *��$* ��f> #�� ��$> ��$��'���?��,���$�� *#> *��3.^> $�� ��$> ��f= "f* ���$" <$>  THE   (ITtAG  (BlACHINE  COm  Limited,  Manufacturers of  Air  Compressors,   Roc   Drills,  Hoisti n g and Stationary Engines,  Boilers,  Ore Trucks, Ore Cars, Ore Buckets- etc.  Agents for Knowles Steam Pump Works.  Our  Shops  at  Trail are most  complete,   consequently  we  are   in   a position   to handle  all  ���-,,   kinds of Repairs.    If you are troubled with your Drills freezing, or wish to  save money buying repairs, then   USE.   OURS.  ^uiiiiiiiauiiaaiiauaiiiiiaaiuaiiiuiiaiiiiaiaiiiiaiiuiiiiaiuiiaiiiiiiaiiiaiaiiiiiiaiiiiuiu^  Midway, B. C, May 20th, 1S99.  To The Editor,  'Boundary Creek Times, .- ���  Greenwood, ��� B. C. c. ��� . .   ���'  ���  Dear Sir :  I have recently learned since 1113-" partial recover}'- 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, }>-our leading brokers, assayers,  merchants, mining men,   and citizens.  Why do the}'- own property in Beaverton ? Because they know a good  thing when they see it. That is what,is building Greenwood cit}*- up so  fast, and besides they have been on the ground and have seen it themselves.  Beaverton is the c'jrininn-'* of the West Fork branch of the .Canadian  Pacific Railway, there are no other branches in that part of the country.  Why is Beaverton going to be prosperous and a large and thriving  centre ? Because it is the key to the entire.mining district, and running  right up to, in fact right into the town, are some of thelargest and richest  surface showings of mineral on the continent. Ask such experienced men  in these matters" as Robt. Wood, George Guess, C. Scott Galloway, J. C.  Haas, James Sutherland, C. iEy. Shaw, or in fact anyone who has   been at  Beaverton what he thinks of it ? .....  a  Yours truly,  W.T.THOMPSON.  VICTORIA. B. C.  LONDON, ENG  VANCOUVER, B. C.  0  1/  ��� ���.LtUlHCbta  lase Ball  and Cricket.  TURNER, BE ETON   &   GO.  WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS,   SHIPPERS   AND  IMPORTERS.  KOOTENAY   BRANCH  LIQUORS,  Tobaccos,  Boots,  WRITE    JFOR   CATALOGUE.  CIGARS,  Carpets,  Tents,  /������   NELSON, B, G  DRY GOODS,  China Matting,  Ore Bags,  All Kinds of Athletic  Sports.  FOR   TUNNELS,  MINES   AND   QUARRIES  Straight Line Duplex and Compound  COMRELTE   MINE   EQUIPMENT.  JAMES    COOPER    MANUFACTURING   COMPANY,   Limited  MONREAL,  P. Q.  Branch   Office, ROSSLAND, B, C. JAMES  D. SWORD, Manager.  Grand Firemen's Tournament  T�� be Concluded by  D. McARTHUR   6c   CO,  NELSON. B. C.  ���    l\>������  jSp, Have just received ;i large consig-nment of carpets direct from factories in  Scotland.    Also linoleums   r;;^  ��v   and oil cloths, which they will  retail  or  wholesale  at very low prices.    Also  five  carloads of furniture for   (,;/  ����   spring" stock.    Will be  sold at very  low  prices to introduce our  business   in  the Boundary Creek country'   }[:?,  WRITE   F=OR   CATALOGUE   AND    PRICES  D. McArthur 6. Co,, Wholesalers and Retailers of Furniture, Carpets, Etc., Nelson, B, C, fe 1  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  (^ounbarp'C* ee& Ctmes  1'UlM.ISl'IED   WEEKLY  BY  Tlie Boundary Creek Printing & Publishing  Company, Limited.  Duncan Ross.*..'  ...Editor.  W. J. Hakiiek..' Manag-er.  SATURDAY",  JUNE 17.   1899.  FrtEE MINER'S LICENSE.  Several times during the" p:ist few  weeks the Times has been asUid l'-y  prospectors to explain the changes :��.  reference to free miners' licence.--. That  there may be no further doubts :i-^ai'.l-  iug the matter, we quote, be.. ,w the  opinion of the attorney-^eiii.'.'.ii, who  framed the changes in tin- .Mineral  Act. The attoriiey-gener..l g.vehis  opinion as follows:���  "The Placer-Mining A. i, Kurther  Amendment Act, was carefully drawn,  and if I had to draw it again I would  not change a word of it. Li-en.-es  issued before the act comes into torce  are unquestionably good for the term  for which they were taken out. and  those who have taken out e:-.tr;i licenses  ' in the fear that they injght have lost  their .properties have just been contributing so much to.the revenue gratuitously. There is a saving clause in the  act, but even without that clause there  would be no reason to fear that the  licenses would have been rendered- invalid. The apt only applies to licenses  issued after the act came into operation. This should ��� be clear to anyone  who reads it over. For my own part I  may say that I'm holding some property on a license taken out in February  last. It has not been renewed, nor will  it be until the proper time���and I'd like  to see someone jump my claim ! "  time shall be the legal standard for the  measurement of water in this state.  "Section 2���Where water rights expressed in miners' inches have been  granted, one hundred" miners' inches  shall be considered equivalent to a flow  of two and one-half cubic feet (18.7  gallons) per second ; two hundred miners' inches shall be considered equiva7  lent to a flow of five cubic feet (37.4  gallons) per second, and this proportion  ���hall be observed in determining, the  equivalent flow represented by any  nu:;:bi'r"of miners' inches.  ������ .Section 3���Provided that the provisions of this bill shall not affect or  change the measurement of water heretofore decreed by a court, but such decreed, waters shall be measured according to the law in force at the time such  decree was made and entered.  F.J. MITCHELL  HAS JUST  A LARGE  John R. Reavis, who visited Greenwood last week, has an interesting  article in the Republic Miner on the  cities of the Boundary Creek district.  Greenwood is the metropolis of the  Boundary Creek country. " What we  have we'll hold!"  A conservative organizer in Boundary creek is as much out of place as a  fish out of water.  , Whether the celebration is to be a  success or not entirely depends upon  the citizens. ' '  Five  men   are  employed   in   a mine  for every one in a smelter.  NErV CONNECTION.  SPRING m SUMMER  SUITINGS.  PERFECT PIT GUARANTEED.  Government St,     Greenwood,  ,-\'i    i^-i.    iV-i     2%  Thos. McDonnell.      /    R. M. McEntir  McDonnell i mm,  Mines and.  Real Estate  GREENWOOD    and   CAMP'McKINNEY  *V&    ft'.'i     *Vi  8S     ��i  STOCKS.  Camp McKinney Hotel,  HUGH CAMERON, Proprietor.  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors ami Cigars.  Good   Stahling.  I  MIDWAY.  THE EIGHT-HOUR LAW.  The province is to be congratulated  upon the fact that the eight-hour law  has gone into force without violence or  disorder. It was to be expected that  an innovation such as the eight-hour  law would meet with considerable opposition, and might possibly lead to  conflict. It is a happy commentary  upon the high respect held for.law and  order in the province that nothing of  the kind has happened. It is unfortunate that in some instances the employers and employed were unable to  come to satisfactory arrangements,  and mines were closed down and men  thrown out of employment. With good  judgment and common sense these differences will in a short time be wiped  out, and the mining industry will be  carried on under the eight-hour law  with as little triction as ��� was shown  before the law was enacted.  THE B. C. MINE.  Everyone interested in the development of the mineral resources of Boundary Creek cannot but be gratified at  the wonderfully successful career of  the B. C. mine. Two mines made  Rossland. Take away the Le Roi and  the War Eagle, and the Kootenay metropolis would be a sorry place indeed.  So it is with Greenwood. Its. future is  so closely connected with that of the  mining properties tributary to it, that  evolution from a prospect to a mine  marks a new epoch in the history of  the city. The B. C. mine, and other  big properties in the immediate vicinity, have been and must necessarily be  Greenwood's strongest and best friends.  It is in the interests of the city that  everything should be done to encourage  their friendship.  Vernon 4 Nelson Telephone Company   Have  Secured Connection Wiih Inland Telephone.  On Tuesday last the Vernon &  Nelson Telephone Company secured  connection with the Inland Telephone  Company at Cascade City. . The latter  company have been busy building a  line from Bossburg to Cascade. This  was completed and the connection  made on Tuesday. Formerly the  Vernon & Nelson company worked  with the Spokane and British Columbia  company. The new arrangement  will give better opportunities to . do  business and will obviate vexatious  delays. The Inland company have  two metallic lines running ���between  Spokane and Rossland. When the  Boundary Creek patrons want either  place, the alternate line will be used  for the Rossland-Spokanebusiness, thus  insuring a prompt service. Heretofore  the delays were occasioned principally  by Rossland and Spokane monopolizing  the single wire. The Inland company  has direct connection with Republic,  and throughout all the western states.  A person in Greenwood can now speak  to Portland, Vancouver, San Francisco,  or even Los Angeles if his purse be  long enough.  Boundary Creek M. & M. Co.. :  Brandon & Golden Crowii   Helen).. :   Highland Queen.... :..,...     Morrison   Camp McKinney Gold  M. & M. Co....  Waterloo...   Winnipeg :.   List Your Stocks With Us,  Mowat & Palmer,  ���Mining' and Real Estate BroKcrs,  GREENWOOD,   B.O.  anliof Montreal  Capital, all paid up.  $12,000,000.  Rest... ':.... $6,000,000.  :^^^^^^^^^^m;.  MINING BROKERS.  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.  mM?  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  . McELMON  Greenwood St.  Opposite  Rendell's New Block.  Having quit the stage  express office I will devote  my whole time to the  watch repairing business.  President:  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal.  Vice-President:  Hon. George A. Drummond.  General Manager..  ..E. S. Clouston.  Branches in London (England),  New York, Chicago,  And in the principal cities in Canada,  a*-    *��-    sY*-  w   Vf   *iv ,. . .  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.  Paidxup Capital /��� $6,000,000,  [Six Mill ion Dollars.]  Rest.. c.           $4000.000.  '.y^fZ^  sS^A  A Choice Line of Staple and Fancy  TIMBER ON MINERAL CLAIMS.  The Cariboo Consolidated Mining &  Milling company's, of Toronto, mines,  are situated in Camp McKinney, B. C.  The first mill erected in 1894 was of 10  stamps. During 1898, it was increased  to 20 stamps. Up to January 1,1898,  the mill produced over $500,000. During the year 1898, the mill crushed  7,530 tons of ore, producing 11,000  ounces of bullion, valued at $20,800.  The bullion has a value of $12.25 per  ounce. oThe average of the free gold  product was S17-90 per ton. The average of gold per ton of concentrates  was S58. The average of the sulphuret  values per ton of ore was $2.75; making  a total product per ton of ore, $20.65.  The fourth level is 250 feet from the  surface. The main shaft is being continued to the fifth level, which will be  350 feet from the surface.  SEALED TENDERS, properly indorsed,  whole or separate, will be received by the  Honourable the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and.WorkS-up . to Friday the 7th July, for the  erection and completion of School Building's at  the followiog places. v\'/. :���  Greenwood, Ashcroft, Slocan, Revelstoke aud  Fernie, B. C. V   ;��� ..  Specifications, drawings and conditions of  tender and contract-may be seen at the Government Offices, at Victoria, Va<icoii-.���������:���. Aslicr.if t,  Revelstoke, Vera >���!, Gre.;.i x, k1, Nelson,  Slocan, Fort Steele and Fernie, B. C, on and  after the 23rd June.  Tenders will not be considered unless made  out on the forms supplied, and signed with the  actual signature of the tenders.  .The lowest or any   tender   not   neeessarily  accepted.  W. S. GORE,  Deputy Commissioder of Lauds & Works.  Lands and Works Department,  Victoria, B. C, 7th June. 1899.  Gteenwood City Waterworks Company.  NOTICE is hereby (riven that a meeting- of  the Shareholders of this company will  be held at the oflice of the company. Government Street, Greenwood, B. C, on Thursdav  the Otlt day of July, 1S99, at the hour of 4 p. in",  for the election of Directors and for the ordering- of the affairs of the companv geuerallv.  A. S. BLACK. '  Greenwood, B. C, 17th June, 1899.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership heretofore subsisting- between us,  the undersig-ned, as Herbert & Guise, at the  West Fork of Kettle River, has this day been  dissolved by mutual consent All debts" owing  to the said partnership are to be paid to George  Guise at West Fork, Kettle River, and all  claims against the said partnership are to be  presentedtothesaidGeorg-eGui.se  W B HERBERT  Has Arrived.  EVERYTHING   FRESH.  PRESIDENT.  HON.   GEO.   A.   COX.  B. E. WALKER, J.  H. rLUMMER,  General Manag-er.     Asst. General Manag-er.  This Bank has the largest number of  Branches of any Bank in Canada, with  Agencies at New York, Chicago, New  Orleans, Skagway and Dawson City.  ���H* We want your patronage, <*$���  n. E. rRAZEE;  Grocery and Bakery,  Hamill Block, Copper Street, Greenwood.  witness : H C SHAW  GEORGE GUISE  Dated  at Greenwood, B C, this 12th  dav of  June, A D, 1899 t  Rev. B. H. Balderston will preach in  Barrett's Hall on Sunday at 11 in the  morning and 7:30 in the evening.  The kight of claim holders to the  timber on their mineral claims has  been a moot question for several years.  Hon. F. C. Cotton, chief commissioner  of lands and works, has issued a circular which deals with this important  question. Mr. Cotton's construction of  the law is that the owner of a mineral  claim, whether crown-granted or not  has a right to the use of the timber  upon the claim. The claim holder is,  however, subject to the royalty levied  by the crown, and the timber inspector  has been instructed to make collections  when timber is used. The government  will protect claim holders in their right  to the timber, but they will be asked to  pay royalty.  s$ 4* 4�� 4- 4* 4* 4- 4* 4* -I* <$"��� 4* 3?  4��  4��  4��  ���*  Just Arrived  A FINE LINE OF   California Bottled aud Canned goods   i ��� ��o���� �����. ��� tmt ��ne.m �������� ��a�� ��� ���* o ��������� ��a* ��� *m  A Most Complete  Grocery ^ Stock  ��f->  4>  4>  MINERAL   ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  HERBERT SPENCER Mineral Claim, situate  ��� in  the   Kettle  River  Mining-    Division   of  Yale District. Where located���in Deadwood  -  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Fred K. McMaun,  Free Miners Certificate No. 18414A, intend, sixty days from the date hereof to apply  to the milling-recorder for. a certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining- a  crown grant to the above claim  Aud further take notice that action, under  secttou 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements  Dated this 13th day of June, 1899  Gem Restaurant  And LUNCH COUNTER.  Meals at all hours.  Open Day and Night.  Private Boxes. Lunches put   up  and delivered.     Ice  cream  in  season.  Telephone  ���#���  WERNER & PITTOCK. Proprietors,  COPPER  STREET - - -  GREENWOOD,   B. C.  Accountsof Corporations, Merchants,  and Individuals received on favorable  terms.  Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travellers' Credits, and Circular Notes issued  available in any part of the'World.  Approved- Notes Discounted, Collections made.  A general Banking business transacted.      ���  Greenwood Branch..,,  D.  A.  GAAERON.  Manag-er.  THE  BANK  OF  GREENWOOD LIBER CO'!  Proprietors of the Fletcher' &  Goodhue sawmill, is prepared  to furnish all kinds of Rough  and Dressed  L.UMBER,  Lath, Mouldings,  Etc., Etc.  Greenwood  Office���Corner of Mineral  and Kimberley streets.  Rex Meats  Hazelwood Butter and  Eggs always in stock.  In connection with water right* there  is always considerable doubt and lack  of knowledge regarding what is really  meant by an inch of water. The last  legislative assembly of Montana passed  a bill defining a miner's inch, as  follows:���  " Section 1���Hereafter a cubic foot  of water (7.48 gallons)  per second  of  4> Barrett Block, Copper Street,  4�� GREENWOOD.  4��  4?  <j��  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby {riven that the under-  sig-ued intend to apply to the Board of  License Commissioners of the City of Greenwood al their next sitting- after the date hereof,  for a license to sell liquor by retail on the  promises known as the "Central Hotel," situat  on Lot 10, Block 3, Government street, in the  Citv of Greeuwood.  J.'H. POSTY,  JOSEPH VILLANDRE.  Dated this 8th March, 1S99.  MUNICIPALITY OF THE CITY OF GREENWOOD  ELECTION NOTICE.  9^  �����.0Q'  00    c:  o  o  M 1.  Established in 1836.  Incorporated by Royal Charter.  Paid-up Capital $4,866,666   :  Reserve Fund $1,460,000  Loudon Office:  3 Clement's Lar.e, Lombard Street, E. C.  *!<= s |  COUNT  OF  DlHECTOKS'IO  J. H. Brodie, John James .Carter. Gaspard  Farrer, Richard H. Glvn, Hcurv I. R. Farrer,  Ed. Arthur Hoarc, H. J.B. Kendall, J.J. Kiuus-  ford, Fred Lubbock, Georjre D. Whatman.  Secretary, A. G. Wallis.  Pead office in Canada: St.'James St., Montreal.  " H. Stikemau, (reueral maiiagrer.-'  J. Elmslcy, inspector.   i*'^   Bkanchks in Canada:  Loudon, Brantford, Hamilton, Toronto,  Moutrealv Ottawa, Kingston, Quebec,!St. John,  N. B., Brandon, Winnipeg-, I'-redericlon. N. B.,  Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver, Rossland. 'Casio,  Trail, Ashcroft. Dawson City, Klou.lil.v. .\. W.  T., Greenwood and Atlin. B. C.  AtJKNTS  IN  THE  UkIT.UK   STATUS:  Spokane���Traders', National Bank and Old  National Bank.' New York���(52 Wall street)  W. Lawsou aud J. C. Welsh, agents. San  Francisco���(12+ Sansome street) H. J. Mc-,  Michael aud J. R. Ambrose agents.  London Bankuks:  The Bank ofnEiiglaiid and Messrs. Glyn & Co.  FllKICIC.N  Af.iiNTS:  Liverpool ���Bank of Liverpool. Australia���  Union Bank of Australia. New Zealand���Union  Band of Australia, Bank of New Zealand.  India, China and Japan���Chartored Mercantile  Bank of India, London and China. A(rra Bank.  West Indii'S���Colonial Bai.k. Paris-Mareuard,  ICra'uss & Co.   Lyons���Credit Lvouuais.  F. T. SHORT.  Manager.   Greenwood,   B.   C.  ��- bi>  c  <1>  a.  ���s n  n  y ��  2��  c V  a  rt w  B  s v  *T��  X  Hi  Hii'SX^������ig<<<S'<,*>5S��)S}))SS(<<S(��Jg  i  I  o a)  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby (riven to the  electors of the North Ward in the Municipality of the city of Greenwood that I require  the presence of the said electors in the Court  House, in Greenwood aforesaid, on Saturday,  June 10th, 1899, from 12 o'clock noon to 2 p in  for the purpose of nominating an Alderman to  iill the vacancy created by the resignation of  George R Naden Further notice is hereby  given that in the event of a poll being necessary  such poll will be opened on Tuesday the 13th  day of June, 1899, at the court house aforesaid  f rom 8 a m to 4 p m of which every person is  hereby required to take notice and govern  himself accordingly-  Given under mv hand at Greenwood this 29th  day of May, 1899" G B TAYLOR  Returning Officer |  | R. F. Coates & Co. 1  3 Contractors  Shannon    Files.  Letter  Clips.  Stick Files.  ��  World Almanack, '99.  f�� Chicago News " '99.  | Canadian "   '99.  Tocket Diaries.  1 1 11 Id I CO.,  I Copper Street. i  *S Greenwood,   B.C. g-**~:  ���    Store Fronts & Fixtures a Specialty   g^;  To I.  ease.  LOT   9.   BLOCK 13,    City   of   Greenwood  Will lease  for the  term of three  vears  Applicants write to P. O. BOX 220*  a-P'29 Colville, -Wash  I  f"!l  ji'ffi  ill  u  w  ���fcWW^WMBHRJWttWbMJtft^^  TBSBrnmmscr**.^- V>V    .-.V:  THE   BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES.  THE WONDERFUL B. C. MINE.  Development of the Big Summit Camp Property Brings it into  Still Greater Prominence.  Large Ore Bodies, High Values, Excellent Smelting Qualities are  the Striking Characteristics of the Mine,  The B. C. mine in  Summit camp is  full of rich  copper "ore and surprises.  From the time of its location by John  ���    Keough to the present when the ore on  the dump is worth nearly $200,000 and  a  large  force of men  are rapidly developing the property,  the  mine has  filled the mining expert as well as the  ordinary individual with astonishment.  Its location, its magnificient ore bodies,  the  peculiarly  rich    character of the  ore���everything   connected   with   the  property is unique.     Luck,  or <a kind  Providence  must be  held responsible  for its  discovery.     No  average prospector would  expect  to  find outcrop-  '     pings on the level where the B. C. is  located.     The  visitors  to  the   B.   C.  leaves Greenwood by the Summit camp  ,   road.    The grade is easy and  the road  has  been  weil built.      He   passes   a  slaughter house, three saw mills,  and  sees  upon  the steep   mountain  sides  location posts and mouths  of  tunnels,  and shafts where outcroppings might  be expected and were found and where  the Oro Denero  and the Emma and a  : dozen   other   properties    are   located.  Beyond   the country becomes comparatively level and  the   traveller natur-  ,    ally supposes that he must journey  to  a hill seen  in   the distance to see the  B. C.     But an opening is seen in the  thick woods,   a neat residence, shaft  house, bunk house and other buildings  come into view and the B. C.   is  found  where least expected.  ,,.   The story of the B. C.   told in all its  details with sidelights thrown upon it,  would make intensly  interesting reading.    It was located as a "wild cat"  and  was considered one   until about  two years ago when'John Keough  and  sons    secured   the    property.      John  Keough,  a  Colyille   rancher left his  home to prospect Summit camp.    He  was  accompanied by  his sons.     One  day  they happened  to be on the B. C.  ground which had already  been located.    For no particular reason  they began   to   prospect   the   ground.    They  uncovered a ledge of copper ore.     The  locater   was   away.       The   Keough's  wrote   him   offering   a   few   hundred  dollars for the   property.     The offer  was eagerly  accepted -and  the claim  was transferred to the Keough's. They  went to  work and found rich  copper  ore from the grass roots.  ENGLISH  CAPITAL.  The merits of the property soon became public and representatives of  English capital gave it their attention.  A. Iy. McEwen, who was in Greenwood  a few weeks ago was the first to take  hold of the property. He represented  the Mines Selection Company of  "Condon: He visited the property and  in less than five minutes he had it  bonded for $60,000. Mr. McEwen's  principals refused to sanction the deal  believing the property to be too remote  from transportation. Mr. McEwen  was reluctuntly compelled to throw up  the bond and Messrs. Harrison and  Barchard immediately rebonded the  property for themselves and English  associates, at the same figure. They-  began work in August 1897. A 30  horse power boiler, a 5-drill compressor  and a small h oist were secured and  continuous development work began.  A shaft was sunk 165 feet. At SO feet  a drift was run along the ledge and a  similar drift at ISO feet. They worked  the property for 12 months, paid the  $60,000, piled up 2000 tons of rich  copper ore on the dumps and then  turned their attention to representatives of capital eager to purchase the  property.  THE COMINO OF MCCUAIG.  Major R. G. Edwards Leckie, the  well known mining engineer came into  the Boundary creek country last year  for the purpose of examining big property for a Montreal syndicate at  whose head is Clarence J. McCuaig of  the firm of McCraig, Rykert & Co.  Major Leckie was at once impressed  with the B. C. and spent five days in  examining the property. He surveyed  and examined and assayed and sampled until he became fully convinced  that the B. C. was even a better property than its owners were aware of.  Major Leckie made his report and the  McCuaig syndicate purchased the property at a figure which has never been  made public. It is rumoured that the  price was $300,000. A company was  floated in Montreal. So eager were  investors to secure the property that  they oversubscribed by several hundred thousand shares. Clarence J. McCuaig is a striking figure among the  big promoters of western ruining  ventures: He is responsible for the  flotation of the new Payne company in  the Slocan. He was the moving spirit  in securing for Canadians the control  of the Republic mine. It is only in  keeping with the eternal fitness of  things that a property like the B.C  should"also pass under his control.  '���.���������      DEVELOPING THE PROPERTY.  The  new company placed  a   large  sum of money in the treasury  and the  development of the property  was  renewed on a larger scale.   Major Leckie  was retained'  as  consulting  engineer,  and  John   M. Scrafford appointed superintendent.    Mr. Scrafford has had   a  long and  successful experience in de-  i veloping mining properties.     For  the  ,.-. same syndicate he was superintendent  of the Josie and the Gertrude &  Coxey  in Rossland.    The company purchased  a big plant for the property, but deemed  it advisable to defer bringing it to the  mine until  the  railway  is  completed.  The  development work is  being confined to the 50-  and   150-foot   levels.  The  intention, of  the   Company   is to  thoroughly open  up the ore  body  on  these levels to fully demonstrate the  pitchand trend of the deposit, which is  necessary to determine the nn-s'l advantageous place to sink  a  large   vertical  working  shaft.     Drifts have been run  north and south along the ore bodies at  the 50- and ISO-foot levels,  and  cross-  .cuts run at different points to determine  the width of the ore body.   In addition  to the 165-foot shaft there is 685 feet of  work at  the 50-foot and 625 feet at the  150-foot levels.      There are  also  two  raises from  the 50-foot  level.       The  work will be continued until the arrival  of the new plant,  when  a new   three-  compartment  shaft will  be sunk.    It  will   be   connected   with   the   present  workings,   and   levels   will   be   made,  every 100 feet.   The new plant includes  two 80-horse-power engines,  a 20-drill  compressor,  and a large hoist.    It was'  purchased   from . the   James   Cooper  Manufacturing Company, Montreal.  THE ORE. '  The ore body is-a contact deposit  between limestone and "eruptive rock.  Porphyry dikes are encountered at intervals, in the vicinity of which the  ore is richer. The first-class ore is a  solid sulphide composed of chalcopyrite  with a little pyrrhotite. It is most  desirable ore for any smelter, because  of its rich co'pper values and excess of  iron. The crosscuts run from the drifts  show that the ore body varies in width  from 15 feet to 40 feet.  VALUE IN SIGHT.  The visitor to the mine is at once  impressed by the rich appearance of  the ore dumps. There is a dump of  picked ore containing 1,500 tons, a  smelter return  from  which  gave $57.  The second-class dump contains over  2,500 tons, and is worth at least S20 to  the ton. The values in the second-  class dump average 7>/Z per cent copper, 4 ounces silver, and SI in gold.  No effort has yet been made to strip  the ore but from the bod}' on the surface, a similar showing at the 50-foot  level, and again at the 150-foot level,  it is a very conservative estimate to  say that there are in sight at the B. C.  mine 40,000 tons of ore that will average $25 to the ton.  BUILDINGS.  The new company has built a neat  residence for the superintendent. In  addition to this'there are a large shaft-  house���25x70 feet���, a neat bunkhouse,  a boardinghouse, an office, and other  small buildings., A. healthy-looking  vegetable garden and a beautiful flower  garden bears testimony to the fact that  the soil above is as rich as the rore  beneath.      ���'..'.''.. .   .,  SHIPPING  FACILITIES.  The Canadian Pacific Railway company are building a branch line to the  B. C. The branch leaves the main  line at Eholt, and passes between the  bunkhouses and the ore dump. The  work of construction is being vigorously prosecuted with the expectation  of having the branch completed at the  same time as the main line. All the  smelters are anxious to secure the ore,  and will treat it at the most favorable  rates on account of its very desirable  qualities.  The B. C. was located under a lucky  star. Since its history began there  has been nothing to stop its progress  or blemish its reputation. There  never has been an accident at the  property. Its path to a place among |  the big mines of the world has been  and is likely to be a smooth one.  Look Any Further Than The  ..- '���  ��#* *#*��� *^3>*f* -^ #>  Tin  Next Door to Postoflice.  I  ..FOR..  u  .1  Of Every Discription.  Heavy Shoes from.. .  Miners' Shoes from..  Pants   ..S2.O0  .3=3.75  $2.00  Pair  Pa i  Pair  Pair  Underwear, Suits from    .SI.50  Straw   aud   Felt   Hats   all, shapes  aud sizes.  Our Leader Overawls .........     ~1.00   Pair  OUR BRANCH STORE  AT ROCK CREEK  CARRIES EVERYTHING -IN THE LINE OF  Grocery/Clothing, Hardware, Boots & Shoes, Powder, Steel  .....'....Etc, Etc, ......... '-���_,.'  RENDELL  "Beaver Creek, West Fork,"  We can accommodate you with  a complete Prospectors'  Outfit at same prices as Greenwood plus freight -t   FOR PARTICULARS APPLY AT..  wm- White Front Store  OLSON & PHELAK  Government St,      N-'DoortoPoStomce        Greenwood, B. C.  W. A. Bauer, CIS., P.L/.3., and A. E.  Ashcroft, C.E., P. L. S., have opened  an office in Greenwood under the. firm  name of Bauer & Ashcroft. Mr. Ash  croft has charge of the Greenwood  office, while Mr. Bauer will manage  the firm's office in Vancouver.  THE  CELLAR.  OINKS,   Garbage  Boxes  ^"^   pools need attention  e  and Cess  now. Sometimes sickness in the summer mouths is  due to lack of disinfectants. Be on the  s:vfeside���use Ckeoi-in now.  G"="*��=9  CREOLIN is a prompt, reliable and  safe disinfectant. It 'is not poisonous,  aud that is one of the reasons why it is  in such demand. Death through carbolic  acid is frequent.  IN addition  to its use as a general  disinfectant,   Creolin   is  an   agreeable  deodorizer for the sick room, an   effec-  r-i  the home remedy  for burns, cuts and  other hurts; and a useful application in  treating skin  blemishes and  parasitic  diseases of animals.  ..    G""*V=��>  THREE   table spoonfuls of  Creolin  mixed with a gallon of water makes a  good disinfectant  Druggists and Jewelers.  -4*  **  **  Commencing - -  _June 15 th,  Hams and Bacon will be reduced a  half a cent a pound in sack lots only.  Oualtity same as last  p.   BURNS   <&  CO.  Head Office for Boundary Creek division at GREENWOOD.  Shops at Cascade, Grand Forks, Niagara, Greenwood and Midway  EVERY   DESCRIPTION. UPHOLSTERING,  The Largest Stock in the District.  I  UNDERTAKING    AND    EMBALMING.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  i OFF/CE .*    MADENTLOOO  BLOCK, GORRER ST., GREENWOOD, Q. C* -��  V  THE   RALAOE   LIVERY   STABLE.  Graduate  Pennsylvania College of Dental  Surgery, Philadelphia.     Licentiate of        "  British Columbia .,  *  'i % w c t.nt ��� it* t ifrr fl irr w * i,��, m wt . tat .t.i �� t.i ��� utrn *bi t rfi-ixrff ir hit ��iTtr "r "^n^-rhT mf-ii l n"  ..���IN   THE   BOUNDARY  Extra Well Fitted for Long Drives,  CREEK    DISTRICT.  Saddle Horses  and Pack  Ponies,   Feed Barn,  W. ROBINS  Hay and Oats For Sale;  -   -   PROPRIETOR.  Midway, Kettle River.  First-class Accommodation.   Good Stabling.   Stopping Plack kor Stages.  McAULEY �� KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors,  MILLS     AND     YARDS     AT  Greenwood City    %    Eholt Creek, B, G  ���Manufacturers of Roujrli   nml  Dressed-  Shingles, Lath, Mouldings, Sash and Doors,  ALL KINDS OF  Lumber delivered to any  %? %f Mf  FACTORY WORK  place in the  MADE  City  TO ORDER  or l-o Mining Camps THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  THE BUILDING BOOM  a    record-breaking   year  ' Building Operations in Greenwood during 1899  Already Aggregate Over $200,000.���A  List of Those Erected Since the New Year.  In the special holiday number of the  Boundary Creek  Times,  published  at  Christmas last year, there appeared a  list���compiled by  R.   F.   Coates,   contractor and builder���of the  number  of  buildings erected during the year 1898.  The total  cost of the  buildings were  figured at $69,200.    A careful estimate  of the building operations for the  past  portion of 1899 places the expenditure  during that time at $203,400.     One  of  the healthiest sig-ns of progress during  1898  was  the   number  of   substantial  buildings' erected.    That the town has  grown beyond the expectations of  the  most optimistic is shown by the detailed  statement given below.  The buildings erected during the year,  or under construction, are of the most  substantial character.     Some of them  are imposing structures that would   do  credit  to the principal street of a large  city.    This is particular^' true  of  the  Miller & Wallace block on Copper-st.,  the walls of which  are  being erected.  The building will occupy a frontage of  75 feet on Copper street, and will run  back along Centre street  for  110  feet.  It   will  be  three   stories  high.      The  foundation   and   walls   to   the   second  floor will be of stone.    The rest of the  building will be brick.    J. W. Powell's  hotel  on Government street is another  handsome structure.     It  is  a  3-storey  frame  building-,   occupying 75 feet on  Government street and   running  back  along  Deadwood   street 115 feet.    The  hotel, when completed,Will  be one  of  the best in the interior.    Probably the  handsomest building in  the  city  from  ati   architectural standpoint is Rendell  & Co.'s 3-story   block at the  corner  of  Copper and Greenwood streets.    It has  a 50-foot frontage, and   runs  back   110  feet  along- Greenwood street.    Lack of  space precludes a   detailed  description  of the many substantial business blocks  and comfortable residences   that  have  been   erected  during   the year.    They  all bear strong testimony to the  confidence their builders have in the future  of the city.     There   appears  to   be   no  cessation   in   the   building operations.  Contractors  state  that   new   work   is  coming   in   every   day.     It   is  a  very  conservative statement indeed to state  that during 1899 halt-a-million   dollars  will  not represent the money expended  on buildings in the city.  Below is a list of the buildings, the  majority of which have been already  completed :���  J. W. Powell's hotel S21.000  Rendell & Co.'s block  15,000  Jno. Keough's hotel       8,000  Robert Wood's block     6,000  W. Waterlaud's hotel     6,000  Hunter-Ketulrick block     7,500  ���Wallace & Miller block  30,000  Madden & Dallas hotel     6,000  A. Beath's residence        500  Thos. Johnson's residence        800  John Shafer's residence     1,000  F. Coates' residence        550  A. W. Mcleod's  residence        800  Fred. Munns' residence        400  Blonquist's residence        600  C. J. McArthur's residence        300  C. J. Eales' residence.  300  John McKenzie's residence....  600  J. Bowles' residence  900  John.Miller's residence      600  Posty & Villandre's hotel....':  3,500  F. Elkiris' block :. 2,000  W. S. Fletcher's block  2,000  B. L.Wood's shop....': !���:���  1,500  Hamilton Powder Co.'s office..... 500  W. S. Fletcher's residence....:  1,000  D. Manchester's hotel  3,500  A. Cameron's hotel ..........:..... 3,500  J. T. Bedard's hotel ..' 3,500  R. J. Bealey's store  2,000  W. G. Gaunce's block  500  A. Young's block        1,500  J. A. Cameron's addition hotel... 2,000  Russell Hardware Co.'s block  4,000  Smith & McRae's block....  2,000  Speny & Co.'s addition.........  800  S. W. Edwards' hotel  3,500  J. O'Brien's hotel., ...:..  '3,500  Temperance hotel  2,500  Queen lodging-house....... ���... 800  P. Burns & Co.'s meat market... 1,200  M. Keane's residence  1,500  Thos. Hardy's residence.....  1,500  J. A. Russell's residence................ 1,250  Frank Miller's residence ............:. 800  A. Leamy's residence  500  A. Bourke's residence  500  A. McDonald's residence  700  D. Frye's residence    400  Private    houses, Gold-st  21,100  About 60 small residences  15,000  C.P.R. freight shed & hospital.... 3,000  Guess Bros*.' block  5,000  *  UNCOMPLETE!). TOTAL...$203,400  Goupil & Holden, signwriters, painters, paperhangers, etc., etc.,'etc.  THISTLE  :. :  ���s the Best Scotch Whisky  ���AND���  SEAGRAM'S  The Best Canadian.  SOLE  AGENTS :  R. P. Ritpiet & Co. Ltd.  VICTORIA     B.C.  H. KEMR  OFFICES,   STORES  AND   WINDOWS  CLEANED.  Collections - Made.  PRIVATE NURSINt:  FOR GENTLEMAN   Leave Orders at White  Front  Store , . , .  To Commercial Travellers  and Public we are prepared  at all times to give you a  first class   at a reasonable rate to ail  points south of Penticton  to Cascade City  if desired,  SCHUBERT & BARNES  Penticton, B. c,     Proprietors.  Hi    ;A  SINESS FIRMS...  In  Connection  with "THE TIMES" we have one of  the most complete     ^      >    ���   v   v    ���    ���    ��� ���-.���    y    ���  /!!y  In the interior of the Province, With new power  Presses, new Type, and a stock of modern Printers'  Stationery, we ars in a position to fill any orders for Job  Printing as reasonably, as satsfactorily, and as expedite  iously as can be done in Spokane or on the coast,  A merchant who uses "cheap and nasty" Stationery and Printing does his  business a serious injury^it is dear at a gift, Let us fill your next order for  Letterheads, Billheads or Envelopes; then compare our work and prices with  others'.    We guarantee you satisfaction,  COPPE/? ST.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  ����a%wm^'a��wsBA������^ ._^.,.ji.:  *>'  THE   BO UN-DA'RY   CREEK   TI ME S.  WANT  ANOTHER  MEMBER.  Rossland Board of Trade Ask that the District  be Divided.  The following memorial has been  sent to Sir Wilfred Laurier by the  Rossland Board of Trade:���  "Your petitioners, the Board of Trade  of the City of Rossland, British Columbia, beg to draw your attention to the  urgent need of an amendment to the  Redistribution of Seats Bill, now before  the House of Commons, providing for  a separate member for the district of  Kootenay, which ��� is situated' in the  electoral district of Yale-Cariboo!  " Your petitioners would point out in  this connection that while the Province  of British Columbia is represented in  the Dominion House by six members,  three of them represent constituencies  on Vancouver Island, with a total white  population about equal to that of the  immense area embraced in Yale, Cariboo, and Kootenay, which has only one  member. Your petitioners are not unmindful of the fact that after the next  census a redistribution will take place  which ihey doubt not will give Kootenay all the representation it is entitled  to, but they submit respectfully that an  electionnnder that bill is not likely to  occur, for four or five years, and that  lasting injury will be done to the mining industry of the Dominion if Kootenay is deprived of representation until  ��� then.'. ,.'.������''    '".'--,'.���  " Your petitioners desire to point out  why relief should be specially extended  to Kootenay at this time, and why, in  their opinion, the situation in Kootenay  is without any thing approaching a parallel in the Dominion :  Firstly���The present population  of  Kootenay, an unusually large proportion  of which  is adult males, exceeds  , 25,000.  Secondly���The principal industry of  the district is mining, an industry  which requires and will handsomely  repay the fostering care of the ^federal  government, and which is at present  without a single representative in  either House of Parliament.  Thirdly���The district contributes to  the revenue of the Dominion a higher  per capita than any other section of  Canada.  Fourthly���The development of mining in Kootenay is attracting the attention of the whole world to the Dominion as it never has been before,  resulting in an increase both in the  number" of immigrants and in the  amount of foreign capital seeking investment, and it is therefore fitting the  district should have a voice in the  Parliament of Canada.     i  Fifthly���The population, wealth and  production are increasing so rapidly  that it is absolutely certain the census  of 1901 will show a population of at  least 50,000 in Kootenay.  Sixthly���The importance of the district is evidenced by the fact that hundreds of miles of new railroads are  just completed, or under construction,  to more fully open it up, while seven  chartered banks have no less than 17  , branches in operation.  Lastly���While exact returns of federal revenue collected in Kootenay cannot be obtained by your petitioners,  they have xeason to believe that these  returns must closely approximate, if  they do not exceed, three-quarters of a  million dollars a year, or about one-  sixtieth of the whole revenues of the  Dominion.  " Your petitioners therefore feel that  on representation of the facts, and  making due allowance for the rapid  development of the district, they are  not asking too much in requesting you  to cause an amendment to be made to  the pending. Redistribution of Seats  Bill providing for the election of a  member of the House of Commons for  that portion of the Yale-Cariboo electoral district comprised- within the  limits of the district of Kootenay at  the next general election."  British Columbia Mines.  British Columbia is gradually coming into its own as a mining country.  The work done in the past two or three  years has given the investing world a  glimpse of its capabilities and attention is being- more and more turned  upon it. The recently published report  of the Minister of Mines has attracted  widespread notice in the British market as well as here. The Saturday  Review, for instance, after noting the  way in which the Yukon placer mines  for a while overshadowed the quartz  mines of British Columbia, remarks  that "those in a position to know,  have long been aware that British  Columbia: is probably destined to be  one of the largest mineral producers of  the world." The Saturday goes on to  observe that " the most important  event of the past year in British  Columbia was undoubtedly the opening  of the Crow's Nest branch of the  Canadian Pacific Railroad, which, ,by  bringing the coal of the Crow's Nest-  district within easy distance of the  Kootenay mining district, will exercise  a most important influence on this  years production of the various  minerals. Hitherto coal for the mining districts of British Columbia has  been brought from Vancouver, and the  cost has therefore necessarily been  prohibitive except  in   the  case of the  richestjpropositions. The report gives  figures which show the enormous difference the Crow's Nest Pass Railway  will make in the cost of mining and  smelting. Coal from Vancouver costs  at Nelson $10 per ton, $5.25 of which is  due to the freight charges. Now ex7  cellent coal from Crow's Nest can be  bought at Nelson for $5.75 per ton, the  freight being only $2.26, whilst coke at  Hie same place for smelting purposes  can be bought for $9 per ton."  Passing on to the output of the mines  which will be aided by the new coal  supply, the Saturday Review notes  the satisfactory increases in all except  the silver-lead ores, which have suffered from the low price of silver, and,  touching on the great increase in copper production for 1898, 2,000,000  pounds more than in 1897, remarks  that the American copper combination  will have to take British Columbia's  production into serious consideration  in its calculations. The gold- increases are noted with great satisfaction, and in conclusion The Saturday  observes that " we do not know any  country which at the present time  bffers to the speculative investor such  excellent prospects of making large  profits as British Columbia, provided  always of course that care is taken to  invest on 13- in such1 undertakings as  are conducted by responsible and  reputable people."���Globe.  USE  C��RTIFIC/il�� OF THE REGISTRATION  ��� ���   ~    ���    OF-AN   ���  Extra - Provincial   Company  pin m [  W. J. Snodgrass & Sons, Prop's.  Leaves Penticton at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays for Camp McKinmy,  Rock Creek, Midway, Anaconda, Greenwood,  Carson and Grand Iror.cs.  Returning leaves Grand Porks at 7 a.ni. each  and every day except Sunday for Greenwood  and leaves Greenwood for Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 1 p.m.  Carries the Mails, Passengers and Express.  t&T Will sell  through Tickets to Vancouver,  Victoria, Seattle or Portland.  Kettle River Valley Railway.  The following letter explains itself.  It is addressed to the editor of the  Toronto Globe, and appears in a recent  issue of that journal:  Some time ago the Globe published a  statement that the withdrawl of the  Corbin application was " the result of  an understanding entered into between  the Grand Trunk and Canadian  Pacific Railway companies and Messrs.  Hill, arid D. C. Corbin. in whose interest the measure of last Year was  introduced." This is incorrect,.so far  as Mr. Corbin is concerned. The bill  of last year was applied for by Mr.  Corbin alone. Mr. Hill has not; nor  had any other person or corporation,  except the company controlled by Mr.  Corbin, any interest whatever in the  matter. The application which was-  before the House during the present  session was made on behalf of Mr.  Corbin individually. No other person  or company was in any way concerned  in the proposition. The only reason  for the withdrawal of the bill this year  is that Mr. Corbin was advised from  Ottawa that owing to the influence of  the C. P. R. it would not pass the  Railway committee. The simple fact  is that without the support of the  Government it is impossible to successfully.oppose the Canadian Pacific  in the House. As we were unable to  obtain that aid, and, moreover, had  reason to believe that certain members  of the administration would actively  oppose the bill, Mr. Corbin, much  against his will, was obliged to retire  from the field, or submit to a certain  and overwhelming defeat. Thus for  the secorld time his pioposition to  build at his own expense a competing  railway in the Boundary district has  been refused. It is not likely that the  attempt will again be made either by  Mr. Corbin or by any other independent person or corporation for many  years to come. It may, therefore.be  taken that the policy of Parliament is  to permit the Canadian Pacific to exclusively control the transportation  business'in one of the richest mining  districts in America. E. V. Bodweil.  Victoria, B. C, May 9, 1899.  Hall, Rice & Go.  Mining, Stock*  and Real Estate  Exchange.  _    * * * *  Temporary Office';       u  Government Street, Opp. Post Office,  GREENWOOD.  B.C.  Parties having ', copper claims for  sale kindly call on us, and give full  particulars. Would be glad to get any  information from parties familiar with  location of unsurveyed claims. Expect  to go to press very soon, and wish to  have correct location of every claim in  every camp for our Boundary Creek  Pamphlet. City property for sale; call  for particulars. Business lots on Copper, Silver, and Government streets.  Some choice sites for residences. Our  lithographed plan of Greenwood mailed  free for 50 cents.  BRAND RLOUR,  Our bread flours are made  from wheat pronounced by  experts at Minneapolis and  Winnipeg* as, Extra, No. 1  Hard, and our flour as the  superior of a'ny brands now  on the market. Biry O K  Brands of flour and you will  ���'COMPANIES ACT. 1S97  ���of the company, is  has been  The Spinks Investigation.  Ottawa, June 7���Sir Hibbert Tupper  today reviewed the case of Judge Spinks  of British Columbia, declaring that the  judge was persecuted for political reasons, and there was never any shadow  of truth for the way he had been  treated. . He said that Messrs. Morrison and Bostock were largely to blame  in the matter. In conclusion he moved  a resolution that the action of the government therein was ill considered and  injurious to the position, usefulness,  and influence of the judiciary, and  involved a scandalous waste of public  money.  Solicitor-General Fitzpatrick said  that the investigation had vindicated  Judge Spinks and restored public confidence in him, and therefore the money  was well spent.  Messrs. Morrison and Bostock disclaimed all responsibility for formulating complaints against Judge Spinks,  and said they had only done their duty  in asking an investigation. There  were glad the judge had been fully  vindicated.  The resolution was voted down.  Goupil & Holden, signwriters, painters, paperhangers, etc., etc., etc.  CORYELL'S MAP, Price $1.25.  Kerby's Mapof Wellington Camp, $1.00  A fine lineof  Pipes,   Cigars,  mac*)  IWiist Received.  and Pooches  "Waterloo No. 2 Gold Minlne Company."  R.i:<;isri:Ki;i> the 11th dav of Ai-ki, a.i>.1899  THEREBY CERTIFY that I have this dav  X registered the "Waterloo No. 2 Gold Mining Company" as an Extra-Provincial Company under the "Companies Act 1897" to carrv  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 Companv is situate in  the city of Spokane, State..!   Washington.  The amount of the capital of the companv is  Sv>0,000, dividcdiinto 1,000,000 shares of five cents  each.  Tlie head office of the companv in this Province is situate at Greenwood, and   I). C. Camer-  I on,   cashier,   Canadian   Bank   of    Commerce,  whose address is Greeuwood   aforesaid,   is   the  attorney for the companv.  The time of the existence <  SO years.  The object for which the company  established are:  To work, operate, buy, sell, lease, locate, acquire,   procure,  hold   and   deal   in   generally  ��� "'* jS' "'tals'  mineral  claims of every kiuil  ��� and description within   the   United   States  of  haVP      flip      hf><5r      nrrir-1f>      flu*   ^"ier,c:!. aild   Bri''R"'   Columbia;   to carry on  lld-VC      LXie      Ut"bL      drtlCie      tlie land conduct a general mining, smelting, mill-.  I ling, and reduction business; to purchase, acquire, hold, erect, and operate electric light  and power plants for the purpose of mining-  and treating ores, <and for the purpose of  furnishing lights and creatine; power for all  purposes; to buy, bond, lease, locate, and hold  ditches, flumes, and water rights; to construct,  lease, buy, sell, and operate railroads, ferries,  tramways, or other means of transpiration, for  transporting ore, mining and oilier materials: to own, bond, buv, sell, lease, locate'  timber and timber claims; to do aud conduct a  general mercantile business; and finally to do  anything-consistent, proper, and requisite for  the carrying-out of the objects and purposes  aforesaid in their fullest and broadest sense,  within the territory aforesaid.  Given under my hand  and  Seal of Office at  Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this  eleventh   day   of April,   one   thousand   eight  hundred and ninety-nine.  ,.   [--���"���] '        S. Y. WOOTTON,     \  "���'-5 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  " NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby g-iven that the undersig-ned intends to. apply to the board of  license commissioners of the* Citv of Greenwood, at their next sitting, for a license to sell  liquor by retail on the premises to be known as  the B. C. Hotel, situate on lots 8 and 9 in block  10, in said Citv of Greenwood.  JOHN KEOUGH.  Greenwood, B. C, May 11th, 1899. 13-5  NOTICE ~  C'lIE is  hereby  given, that  the  undersigned intends to apply  to  the board of  license.commissioners   of the Citv of Greenwood, at their next sitting, 30 days after the  date   hereof,   for a  license   to sel'l   liquor by  retail on the   premises   to   be   known   as   the  Gambrinus  hotel, situate on   lots 15 and   16, in  block 11, Silver street, in theCitv of Greenwood.  LOUIS F*ORSCHNER.  Dated 11th April, 1899. 12-4  market affords. Our Brands  are Hungarian, XXXX,  Patent, and Strong Bakers,  and our Pastry Flours, Best  Pastry and Bconomy.  ARMSTRONG, B. C.  Established 1862.  a �� ��� dw imewminwnw  J. A. UNSWORTH,  Druggist' * .< Midway.  MODEL    CAFE.       W. R. Courts, Prop.  A New Restaurant in the Flood-Naden  Block, Run on the  LIVE AND LET LIVE PLAN  Our Tea, Coffee or Cocoa is  Always Fresh and Well Made  Furniture  Carpets  Linoleums  Cork Carpet  Curtains  Wallpaper  Complete House Furnishings;  l   large   stock   of  Fine   and   Medium  Priced Goods in above lines.  Send for Samples and Prices���free.  IN  WiiLEfi BROS., VICIOBIII. B.C.  Save Money ty purchasing your Ticket direct  from Greenwood to points on the Coast or East.  OCEAN    TO     OCEAN  Without chance of Cars, via  NOTICE.  NOTICE  is hereby  (riven  signed intends to app-v  license    '--'    -' -;  that the under-  to the board of  .commissioners of the Citv of Greenwood at their next .sitting-, for a license to sell  h<iuor by retail in the hotel building now  being erected by me on lots 9, 10, 11 and 12 in  block-*, at the corner of Government and Dead-  wood streets in said Citv of Greenwood. Known  as the Leland House.  '      '. J. W. POWELL.  Greenwood, B. C. Mav 11th, 1899.', r14-5  NOTICE.  IS hereby given that I will apply to the Board  of I*ii:eii��e Commissioners Co - the Citv of  Greeuwooi at their next siiliug, held after the  expiration of thirty davs from date of this"  notice, for a liceiise'to sell by retail spirituous  and-.fermented liquors on the premises known  as the "Queen's Hotel," situate on Lot5, Block  14, Copper street, in the said Citv of Greenwood  .  DAVID MANCHESTER.  Dated the 4th dav of March. 1S99.  MINERS and : :  PROSPECTORS  should Wear   : :  Ames Holden Co.'s  " Columbia "  " Kootenay "  " Vancouver  All of which are Firsl.class Foot Wear  And S00 PACIFIC LINE  Solid vestibule trains, consisting of palace  sleeping-cars, luxurious dining cars, elegant  day coaches, magnificent tourist cars and. free  colonist sleepers.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby (riven that I will on  Wednesday the Sth dav of March next  present, apply to the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Green wood for a  license to sell by retail spirituoiisaud fermented liquors on the premises to be kuownas the  '���Miner's Hotel"'situateou Lots.laud 4,l!lock 5,  Copper street, in the said Citv of Greenwood.  WALTER WATERLAND.  Dated the Sth'dav of February. 1899.  The on'y line running-  from tiie coast  TO  )  WITHOUT  throug-h tourist  WINNIPEG,  MINNEAPOLIS  ST.  PAUL,  TORONTO,  MONTREAL,  BOSTON,  CHANGE  T  NOTICE.  AKE NOTICE that, sixty days from the  date hereof, I, Otto Dillier, intend to ap-.  ply to the chief commissioner of lauds and  works for the following- described tractof land,  viz.: Commencing-at the north east corner of  the Twin Mineral* claim in Skylark camp,  Kettle Kiver Mining division of .Yale district,  B. C, thence running 20 chains east, theiice20  chains north, thence 20 chains east, thence 40  chains south, thence 40 chains west, thence 20  chains north to the point of commencement.  OTTO DILLIER.  Daied at Greenwood City, April 10, 1899.     12-4  j Lowest rates to  aud from  ���&L  Via all Ai!-i-.:!  Steam.- hip  APPLICATI.  ���JYTOTIC!-: ;.  .1   jL       >!L*-'l.-li   1.  FOR   LIQUOR   LICENSE.  Money Made  Is Money Saved  0 # &  You can  make  money  by  buying your  ..GROCERIES..  at Bannerman Bros., Copper St,  apples in  Canadian Pacific Rv. Co. \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  "?(*)  miles  j shorter than via any other Trans-Pati tic line.  \ Canadian-Australian Steamer Line  i      ��� ���TO���  !     Honolulu, Fiji and Australia.  I     The   shortest   line   to  the   Colonies.    These  ! steamers   carry  an  experienced   medical   man  i and a stewardess on every voyage.  '     For timetables, pamphlets, or any  iuforuut-  ' tion, call on or address  ; S. L. SMITH. E.  1 Agent,  PENTICTON.  D. R. McELMON. Local  itereby. given, that the tinder-  i .-.:.l to apply to the Board of  i.ic'iisc O.tinii: ..<i..::,'rs of the City of tJreen-  u-ood. at iliiir m-.-.i fining-, for a license to sell  liquor by reiail nn iin> premises known as the  Alberta Hotel, situate on lot 4, block 12, Silver  .street, in the Citv uf Greenwood. B.C.  Dated this >9tli day of April, 1S99.  .1. D. RENEAULT.  ���my3 CHARLES   GAUVKEAIJ.  NOTICE.  hereby  given   that  I   intend to  MOTICE  apply to the board of licence commissioners of the City of Greenwood at their lirst  meeting after the" expiration of thirty days, for  a license to sell liquor by retail on tlie premises  known as the Log Cabin Road House, situate  on Government street, near the citv limits.  ��� J. J.'MILLER.  Greenwood, May 1. 1S9'I. 3.5  J.   COYLE.  Dist. Pass. Agent,  VANCOUVER  Agent, Greenwood.  Best  cook motile market.  ami   eatin'  Copper Street, Greenwood,  NOTICE.  NOTICE  is   hereby  given  signed intends to apply to   Ihe  that the uuder-  Board of  License Commissioners of ihe City of Greenwood at lheir next sitting 311 days after :h.- date  hereof for a license to sell liquor by retail on  the premises to.be known as the " Gambrinus  Hotel," situate on Lois 15 and Id in Block 11,  Silver street, in the Citv of Greenwood.  * IIENKY  THOMAS.  Dated 11th April, 1899.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that the general  merchandise business carried on by me  at Midway has been acquired by J. R. Jacobs  All accounts must be paid to me "forthwith and  I will pay all liabilities.  In retiring from business I beg lo thank the  public for an exceedingly generous pateruage  and bespeak equally kind treatment for 111 v  successor. " J. McNICOL.  Midway. June 2nd, 1899.  MINERAL   ACT,   18%.  Certificate of improvements.  NOTICE.  LITTLE MAY Mineral  claim,  situate in   the  Kettle River .Mining Division of Yale District.  Where Located :  In   Copper camp adjoining  the Jumbo mineral claim.  TAKE notice that I Svrtm-v M. Johnson acting as agent for Alexander Cliisholm  Free Miner's Certificate No. 34MI.A. intend,  sixty days front the date hereof, to apply to tin,  Mining Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for the' purjMise of obtaining a Crown  grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must In: commenced before the issuance of sueh certificate of improvements.  Dated this 20th dav of Mav. 1S'��9. 24--*  MINERAL    ACT,    18%.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  WELLINGTON, WELLINGTON NO. 1,  WELLINGTON NO. 2 Mineral claims, situated in the Kettle River Mining Division of  Yale District, Where located : In Long  Lake camp.  AKE notice that I William James Harris  Free Miner's Certclicate No. 79M5 intend, sixty days from the_ date hereof, to  apply to tin* Mining Recorder for ,1 ceriilicate  of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a  Crown grant of the aboveclaim.  Aud further take notice  that action,  under  section 37, must be commenced before  the i -sii-  ance of such certilicate of improvements.  Dated IhisjlSth dav of May. l.W.; s,-:~  ACT,    1896.  T  MINERAL  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  COMBINATION Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District.    Where located-iu Providence camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. isa.ic II. Hallett. as  agent for the Combination Mining and  Milling company foreign,. U'vi: minei's certilicate No. 1435.4 A. intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, ;o apply to ihe mining recorder  for a certificate of impro\ eiuetiis for the pur-  j>o>e of obtaining a crown grant to the above  claim.  And tVi'tlir;- take notice that action, tiuder  st'Ciioii 37, t.it.si be commenced before Ihe issuance of y.-ch ci'i'tificale of improvements.  Uaied this IJ1I1 dav of Apiil, lS'i'i. pi-t :.rg&U J_1K,H>WKSJJ.1; (,  ^w��c^s*��v1��i��i.-^jMrirj-j!iii,'tTCirii"ftV.^^.^i'^iiwrrK^V' rl  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  GREENWOOD   AND   DISTRICT.  Clive Pringle returned frcm Rossland  on Wednesday.  Pat Dillon the well known mining-  man is in the city.  ���Thos. McDonnell returned from  Spokane on Tuesday.  Julius Erlich of P. Burns & Co., was  on a business trip to Cascade this  week.  G:'  '   .     '  Mrs. M. E. Frazee and Miss Leona  have returned from a lengthy visit to  Spokane.  A. H. Wallbridge representing- the  National cash register was in the city  for several days this week.  D. A. Cameron manager of the  Canadian Bank of Commerce and Mrs.  Cameron arrived from Penticton on  Friday.  A public banquet is to be tendered  Hon. C. H. Mcintosh in Rossland June  20. A larg-e committee has been selected to arrange the affair. The committee includes Clive Pringle, F. J.  Finucane and Duncan Mcintosh of  Greenwood.  A social and concert will be given  on Friday evening June 23, for the  purpose of increasing the fund started  to assist the public school. The amount  contributed by the government is  inadequate to meet the requirements of  the school and the ladies have generously come to its assistance. As the  public school is a matter in which all  should take a direct interest it is  hoped that there will be a large attendance at the concert. The programme will'be well worth the entrance fee���fifty cents. Mr. W. G.  Gatince will occupy the chair and the  following well know local musicians  will take part : Mesdames Travis,  Foreman, and Mathison and Messrs.  Galloway, Seymour, Simpson and Rev.  Mr. Trotter. Coffee and cake will be  served during the evening.  Thos. Ella, representing McClary's  stoves, was in the city this week.  Tne Rev. C. F. Yates vicar of St;  Stephen's church New Denver will  hold church of, England services on  Sunday next in Rendell's hall at 11 a.  m. and 7 p. m.  Rev. J. E. Coombs superintendent of  Baptist Missions, accompanied Rev.  Mr. Trotter to Greenwood this week.  Rev. Mr. Trotter has secured sufficient  money to build a Baptist church here*  The corner stone will belaid in about  three weeks. Rev. Mr. Trotter intends  to make the ceremony a public one and  has invited several prominent men to  deliver addresses.  T. G. Shaughnessy has been elected  president of the Canadian Pacific  Railway company. Sir William Van  Home will be adviser to the Board of  Directors. The reason given for the  change by Sir William Van Home is  that growth of business necessitated  an extension of the executive powers,  and he is also anxious to be relived of  much of the routine which will now  devolve upon Mr. Shaughnessy.  J. Edwards. Leckie and Harry Need-  ham returned on Saturday from Rossland via the Dewdney trail. ; They  report the trail in excellent condition.  Upon their arrival a mysterious air  and leather riding breeches gave them  a picturesque appearance. It is  rumored that the riding habits were  secured from innocent cowboys who  were driving cattle on the Dewdney  trail and who turned up missing and  the mysterious air was occasioned by  the trim little mare which the two  horsemen brought with them from  Rossland and secluded on Grand  Prairie. The little mare is none other  than Leckie's famous racer "55." He  expected to keep the matter quiet and  carry the prizes during the celebration.  The Times' sporting correspondent on  Grand Prairie writes that "55" is there  and that she is a perfect whirlwind.  Ronald Harris, M. E., has completed  an underground' survey of the B.C.  mine.  .        .���������-������'* -      '.���������:  , James Lawrence of" the Lawrence  Hardware company,- Nelson, was a  visitor to the city last week.  A. A. Blackwood of Blackwood Bros.'  Winnipeg was among the many commercial men in the city this week.  Rev.F.C.Gates of New Denver is visiting Mr. F. T. Short manager of th��  Bank of B.. N. A. He conducted  Episcopal services in Rendell's hall on  Sunday..  The Gold Drop Mining- Company  has been incorporated with a" capital  of $1,000,000. The pax-ticular object of  the company is to purchase'the Gold  Drop and Gold Drop fraction in Greenwood camp.  The Camp McKinney-Gordon Mining Company has been registered in  this province. The -head office is in  Spokane and the office for the province  in Greenwood. . W. S. Keith is the  attorney for the company. The capitalization is $50,000.  The big plant for the Oro Denoro  mine reached Greenwood on Saturday  and was hauled to the mine on Sunday.  The road from Greenwood to the mine  is in good condition but it took 10  horses to haul the boiler up the grade  above Eholt creek. Mr. Aldrich has  been waiting for the machinery  for several days. He will place it in  position with all possible speed.  Returning officer Taylor sat in the  court house from 12 to.2 on Saturday  but no electors turned up with a candidate to contest the vacant seat in the  north ward. The lack of nominations  was reported to the council on Monday  evening but no action was taken,  neither was there action taken regarding Aid. Cropley's resignation. The  council have now the power to fill the  vacancy in the North Ward, the ratepayers having neglected to make a  nomination.  E. Spraggett has sold his" Grand  Prairie ranch to Jay P. Graves for  $10,000. .  ; F. W. Hart has returned to* the city  where he recently purchased property.  He is accompanied by Mrs. Hart.   .  D."W. Morgan manager the Clarendon at Rossland and the Clarendon at  Greenwood was in the city for several  days this week.'  The annual meeting of the Bullion  Mining company was held in the  office of Haas, Stuart and Eliott last  Saturday. The Bullion owns the  Bullion claim in Crown Point camp. -,"  The Miners' hotel was opened on  Saturday evening; Walter Waterland,  the proprietor made a perfect host. The  guests were hospitably treated, the  opening winding up with an appetizing supper about midnight.  Fritz Hatissener met with a runaway  accident hist Saturday. He was returning to his ranch from the city, and  was mounting- his horse oh Murray's  ranch, when the animal became frightened and bolted into the bush on one  side of the road. Fritz's foot was  caught in the stirrup, which, however,  broke away as the horse was jumping  over a fallen tree.. He was brought to  the Greenwood hospital, where it was  found, that he had received injuries to.  both legs and had some bad bruises.  He will be able to get around ag-ain in  a week or so.  Major Leckie consulting engineer  for the McCuaig syndicate met with  rather a painful accident on Saturday  last. He and Alex Dick were at the  B. C. mine. : Mr. Dick went to Grand  Forks while Major Leckie started tor  Greenwood. When a mile on this side  of the B. C. his horse slipped on a  shelving rock in the road and fell before the major could free himself. The  horse fell on hirn severely bruising his  leg. He pluckily rode to Greenwood  where medical aid was secured. Major  Leckie   was   confined   to   the bed for  several days   but   is   now able to  be  about with the assistance of crutches.  W.   M.   MEiller   has   returned   from  Canyon creek where he  was working-;  his mining.properties.    .     >  W.. S. Keith manager of-the Greenwood baseball club has- challenged ^the  Grand Forks team to a game oil July  4th at Greenwood.   .'���  Dr.  J.  Christie has returned from a  trip to Canyon  creek where he spent  several     weeks     prospecting.       The  doctor succeeded in locating a promis  ing claim.  W. A. BAUER: C.E., P.L.S.  VANCOUVER  A. E. ASHCROFT.C.E.iP.LS  GREENWOOD      .  :    BAUER & ASHCROFT  (prooinci'of fionb fjjurotgorjts.  '    (Joining oitS Ct'oif &ngmtetins.  Mineral  Claims  Surveyed and Crown Granted  : Laud and Engineering Surveys  Flood-Nadcu Block, -   -   GREENWOOD, B C  Auction Sale  ..OF VALUABLE..  Lot 519, Group 1, Osoyoos Division of Yale  District,   known   as   the    McClintock   ranch,  situated about one mile from the city of Grand  Forks, will be offered  for sale in front of the.  Fire Hall, Grand Forks on  Tuesday, June 20th,  1899, at the hour of 12 noon. This property is  situated about one mile from Grand Forks* on  the main Kettle River-: contains about 290  acres of fertile laud, .abundance of excellent  water, 30 acres under cultivation; the balance  lightly timbered, could be cleared at small  expense.  This Property Has to be Sold  and will be offered for sale at a bargain subject  to a small reserve bid. Title perfect; immediate possession.  TERMS���Half cash, balance on Mortpag-e for  one year with interest at 10 per cent.  For Further Particulars apply to  J. E. KELLY. Auctioneer  Dated at Grand Forks, B. C, this 10th day of  June, A. D., 1899. '  %&^��%iimmi3%mmmm%ii��mm!Bm$

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