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 **.  4, 'J."1-..  a,*   ��� ',''  !^:; -'  '���SH'Jfc   1,',;.,  ^ V,,  ft' /#  'yjfc  J*  PUBLISHED AT GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  I':l!  5-m -'^^������f/P-   '  iWBmwwi!  mm������.�� W1 MiwmjLiu,imiMUi^t iiwmtU^HJIWWmMMi^^ ^��^<**^^  ">    X  !>';;,���;  ik-.j ,  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  Established 1862.  EILER BRO!  T  Hfr<tt*+*��&43V&*IO*~<*<*>&4�� �����<������� anc  ^^^saxxwwvwi  j Manufacturers of Fnmu  ture, Upholstery, etc/ A!  Importers of Crockery, Glassware, Carpets,  Wall Paper, Linoleums, etc. Residences and  Hotels furnished throughout. All orders, no  matter how large, promptly filled, as we have  the  LARGEST STOCK II1 PROVINCE.  *V��-    ���S&-    *v*  ''t?     -*i&      -sit?  Write us for Catalog-ue and Price I/ist.  iV*     ���sV4'     a1"4  ">*Vr       "jjw''       *sjIc  .VICTORIA,   B.C.  I^arg-e consig-nraents have been delivered by the freig-hters and to these  have been added the entire handsome stock of  RENDELL    &    Co.  IF" Ci P?  MINING FORMS,  -   CERTICATES,  Ledgers,   ���  Journals,  Seals,  Miners, Prospectors, Contractors and Builders should examine  Our Stock and Prices before purchasing.  Sashes and Doors, Nails and Building Paper j   Cookings  Stoves of different makes and sizes at prices  to suit every buyer,        2C  We are peprared to do all kinds of Tlnsmithing, Repairing, Plumbing, Etc., Etc. : : : :  M.    R.    SMITH    cc    CO,  Established 1858.  M  MA RS.  MAPS.  WRITE   TC^i).  The Province Publishing Co���  [Limited Iyiabilit3*.]  Victoria,    f        *    Vancouver.  PITHER^d   LEISER^^  Direct Importers and Wholesale Dealers in  Twines, ^Liquors <xnb C^tgdtB  Yates Street,  VICTORIA,  B.c:  G. H. Mumm's Extjra Dry.  Watson's Scotch Whiskies.  Gold Medal Awarded  At B. C. Agricultural Exhibition  1895 and 1896.  BISCUIT  MANUFACTURERS,  Medal Awarded  Colonial and Indian Exhibition, \fir4-f\-fin  London, 1886. V It Wi l&9  *w+,wa irw.^~tm*-KK-m  Man ufacturers  of  ROLLED  OATS  OATAEAL  SPLIT PEAS . .  Also Dealers in Grain of all  kinds*    Oats a specialty.  Robert Buckley,  m:  -Q^^=D-  J. N. HENDERSON. T. M. HENDERSON-  W. HENDERSON.  Langley &     %    i  Henderson- Bros,,  iolesale Druggists.  Established 1858,  VICTORIA and VANCOUVER, B.C.  CORRESPONDENCE solicited.  ��&    Sfi-    ��1'-  IR* ���SKr *Sl<r  The Bracfeinan & Ker Milling Co., Ltd.,  Victoria. Vancouver.  New Westm nster. Edmonton.  Harness, Saddles, Boots and Shoes Repaired  with neatness and dispatch.  GREENWOOD ' CITY,   B.C.  . ^*��-**iiSrfei?wt* ^hafJU. B  SQUARE   HOUSE  CO  ft:  o  CO  T.  S  Greenwood City, B.C.  ���SJJ.  Geo. E. Seymour & Co., Props.  ->if  W. J. Snodgrass & Sons, Prop's.  Leaves Penticton at 7 a.m. on Tuesdaj\s, Thursdays, and Saturdays for Camp McKinne3',  Rock Creek, Midway, Anaconda, Greenwood,  Carson and Grand Forces.  Returning- leaves  Grand Porks  at 6  a.m.  on  Tuesdav, Thursday and Saturda3^.  Carries "the Mails, Passengers and Express.  4JST Will sell through Tickets to Vancouver,  Victoria, Seattle or Portland.  Pirst-class  Accommodation.  Stages  from all parts pass the  door.  SQUARE   TREATMENT  o  c  m  2  o  m  We caror the largest stock in British Columbia of Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines,  Perfumes, and Druggists' Sundries.  Proprietor of  Langley's Balsam of Aniseed, Sarsaparilla, etc.  A.   D.   WORGAN,  (photographer,  GREENWOOD   CITY.  W. D. PAL/HER,  Greenwood City, B.C.  Views of Greenwood and  the  Mines  for  Sale.  THE  Merchant tailor  GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  8��~  Perfect fit guaranteed.  Office and Store Fixtures  a  specialty.  Plans and Specifications furnished.  Copper Street, Greenwood.  D. W. HICKS, Proprietor.  &1{S.       i\Ji       iJ'4  -��(?      it?     Vis1  Open Night and Day.    :+:   Meals at all Hours.  Game, Fish and Oysters in Season.  !ontractors and ..Builders,  Corner of Silver and Greenwood Streets,  GR^BNWOOD,   B.C.  Manufacturers of Doors, Windows and Store  Fronts.  Store Furnishing a Specialty.  if-  >*  ^SIX^^^^^^mmSSm!Sim!!limi!<^mm 5pS?IPSP^-5$^^��S  A Weekly Paper puWisM in ite interests ot the Boundary Creek Mining District.  j-  ii  v  w  1  %  4  it  ���&<���  Vol. II.  GREENWOOD CITY, B.G, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1897.  39  No, 13,  TOPICS   FOR   THE   WEEK.  A  FBJW more companies as energ-etic, as enterprising,   and perhaps  as lucky  as the   Boundary  Mines Company and the transportation.difficulty  would not for long confront the claim-owners of  Boundary Creek.    The Boundary  Mines  Company   when-  they bonded the No. 7 and the Mother Iyode had two fairly  promising- prospects to exploit; ; by continuous hard work  the two prospects have been proved to be, beyond question,  two mines.    We are informed on excellent  authority  that  there is, now over $200,000 worth of pay-ore in  sight  in  the  Mother L/ode tunnel whereas the value of the  ore  in  the  workings of the No. 7 is estimated at $350,000.   Figures like  these are arg-uments which may be profitable advanced with  a probability of producing- some impression on the minds of  the cooi-headed, practical men who sit on  the directorate  boards of railroad corporations.  '^4  tTP  tW  If it were not so aggravating it would be positively amusing the coolly autocratic manner with which, in a presumably free country, the Government of British Columbia  disreg-ard the wishes and views of the people upon every  conceivable occasion, important or otherwise. There must  be something" of the Irishman's pig- about Mr. Turner's  Administration : if you want it to g-o one way always drive  it the other. Iyast week the Colonist (the Government ofg-an  at the Capital) announced : ��  " Complaint has been made in regard to the inconvenience which prospectors are put to in the Kettle river district  ���in reg-ard to recording- their claims. In order to meet the  reasonable views of the people of that locality it may be  necessary to alter the boundaries of the recording districts.  The subject is now under consideration by the Government,  and the Colonist is in a position to say that what, is necessary in the premises will be done at the earliest possible  day."    ��� ' ���       ���.;",'���"���' '    " - ,  Certainly, the Government has ('been and gone and done  it" with a veng-ance ; but it's a case of leaving- undone those  thing-s which Oug-ht to have been done and doing- those thing's  which  ought not  to have been done, if there ever was an  ** instance,���vide Government " ad." in  this  issue.    Several  months ag-o it was intimated that owing- to the increasingly  large number of claims being- located in the north and eastern portions of the Kettle River Mining Division the  question of splitting- the district-in two; and  creating-  a Mining-  Recorder's office at Grand Forks would be considered.   This  idea  in  itself  was  quite  commendable,   but  because   the  people of Boundary Creek were afraid of the  woful  ignorance of the Government���and further because one  or  two  members of the Executive Council had private interests at"  stake���of the g-eographical and  topographical  features  of  the district, _it was thought  advisable,   merely  to g-uard  ag-ainst the possibility of mistake, to point out to  the  Hon.  the Minister of Mines, just where in the interests  of prospectors the boundary line between   the  two  new  divisions  should be defined.    This was done in the form  of petitions  forwarded from respectively the Boundary  Creek Mining  and Commercial Association and the Anaconda Commercial  Club asking (according to an  extract  from   a  report  of  a  meeting- of the Association  published  in  The Times of  February 6th)   that  " if  a  second division  be  made,   the  dividing- line be drawn from ' a  point  commencing-  at  the  intersection of Fourth of July creek and  the  International  Boundary line, thence direct north.' "    That was what was  wanted.    But   what  we  want  from  the  Government  and  what we g-et are generally, particularly  in  this  case,   two  ��� diametrically opposite things.    Under the new  reg-ulations  ; Jill of Summit camp,  the greater part of Greenwood  and  IV',  *���'.  Welling-ton and all of Pass,creek camps are included in the  Gr nd Forks Mining- Division,  which  means  that claim-  owners and prospectors in these neighborhoods  will  have  many more miles  to travel for the purpose of recording-  than heretofore, and practically no one is  benefited if we  except perhaps a few tradespeople,  hotel-keepers and  to a  certain though extremely limited extent the proprietors of  the townsite of Grand Forks, who may possibly attempt  to  make capital out of the g-overnmental blunder by  advertising- the claim that the camps named were naturally tributary  to the town.    To many  people the whole affair may  appear very much like a storm in a tea-cup; it is not.    It  is  a question of right*   If the wishes of the people of the district with regard to the matter had not been  so  carefully  and explicitly stated there mig-ht be reasonable grounds for  supposing that the definitions of the  boundaries  had  been  decided  by  the department to  coincide with  equidistant  points from the respective offices  according- to the official  maps of the district, under the  circumstances, however, we  can only believe that the Government has either deliberately treated the requisitions from Boundary Creek with contempt or that the Grand  Forks  townsite  proprietors have  special facilities for sucessful wire-pulling-.  In fact, the Hon. Col.  Baker,  Provincial Secretary  and  Minister of Mines, has followed in the footsteps of  his  colleague the Hon. Georg-e B. Martin, Chief Commissioner of  X^ands and Works; by listening to the voice oi: the  speculator instead of carrying- out the expressed wishes of the general public.    The  disting-uished  Chief Commissioner  was  pleased to take away some 67  acres  of land  from  Ruckle  Bros., of Kettle River district,   and g-ive  it  to Mr.  E.  M.  Johnson for the announced consideration of one dollar per  acre.    Government Agpents, Justices of the Peace, and other  influential persons protested against the Chief Commissioner's course in taking- away land from the men  who  worked  it for years and giving  it  to  a  speculator solely  on the  grounds that he had made a declaration  that it was  unfit  for cultivation���-when a crop of oats was standing  on it at  the time.    Mr. Johnson's influence, pecuniary or otherwise,  was more powerful than the wishes of the general public or  the clauses of the L<and Act; as a result the Ruckle Bros.'  land is now being sold by H..M. Johnson as town lots.  The military Minister of Mines is ambitions to at least  equal the efforts of the Chief Commissioner in sacrificing-  the general welfare in the interest of the private speculator,  and consequently when unscrupulous townsite boomers  undertake.to advertise the village of Grand Forks as a  mining- centre the Hon. the Minister of Mines aids them in  their deception by creating- a new mining- division of Grand  Forks and including- therein several prominent camps adjacent to. Green wood and very much more conveniently  situated, in the matter of recording, to Midway. If Col.  Baker and the Grand Forks townsite boomers were willing  to learn the lesson which experience has taug-ht, they would  know that no wire-pulling on behalf of those who unfortunately have  the ear  of  a  spineless  administration,   or  no  regulations on the part of that government can make a  mining town out of a hamlet that is surrounded by some  beautiful farms, some rich agricultural lands, but is a longdistance from mines or minerals. The new regulations  may be eminently satisfactory to the residents of Grand  Forks and the politicians who are interested in the townsite  but the Minister of Mines has purchased their hosannas  very dearly since their accompaniment will be the execrations of those who have property in the camps that have no  more connection with Grand Forks than has Alberni district  with the recorder's office at Nelson.  ��^wiLB^wa��A.raauuwM*iM'&flM^.mM  w  nw h ji i. ifu.��uuwiiurw  imuii&vh^u^^ THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  TWO   IMPORTANT   DEALS.  manager  of  and   C.   K<.  manufac-  Mr.   J.   P.   Graves,   the   well-known  Spokane mining- than, has just returned from Montreal^ where  he  succeeded  in   securing-  the' organization  of  two  strong companies who have taken over  the Old Ironsides and  Knob  Hill  properties in Greenwood camp.    The Old  Ironsides company was   organized two  years  ago   and  considerable   development work was done on  the  property.  ,'   Two shafts were sunk to the depth of  35 feet  and  70  feet  respective^, and  buildings were also erected.    The new  company which has acquired- the  Old  Ironsides for $150,000,   comprises  men  from Quebec and Spokane.    The eastern capitalists have taken a portion of  the stock to purchase the:property and  the whole of the development treasury  stock, while the Spokane men took the  balance  of  the  purchase  stock.    The  officers include S. E. Rigg, of the Spokane Drug Co., president ; J. P. Graves  vice-president; James Penfield, secretary ; R. H. Pope, IVLP., who   is   heavily interested   in   mining  property   in  Kootenay;   V.   C.   Boswell,   a  Quebec  brewer;   Win.   Farwell,  IDastern Township  banks,  Gault, a prominent  woollen  turer of Magog, Quebec.  Mr. Graves also floated the Knob  Hill property, adjoining the Old Ironsides, some of the same people being  interested. The ��� officers . are r President, F. P. Buck, president of the Royal paper mills, Quebec ; vice-president,  C. J. Chisholm, steel and iron merchant, Montreal ; secretaiy-treasurer,  S. French., wholesale -wines, Sher-  brpoke; directors���H. G. Bailey, Cook-  shire ;.-.'��� R. H. Pope,y M.P., Compton ;  R. E). Greenshields, barrister, and Jay  P. Graves, Spokane. >  Mr. Graves will have charge  of  the  work   of   both  the  companies,   which  will be,commenced without delay.    To  a   Spokesman-Review    representative  Mr.   Graves  stated  that  the  development of the Knob Hill, will  be done by/  hand, but in the  near  future  the  two  companies will put  in  and  operate  a  plant jointly.    In the  same  interview  Mr. Graves stated that he saw .a great  deal of Mr.   Heinze   in   Montreal,   and  from his statements he Was led to  believe   that   the  Columbia  &   Western  railway will be built in the : very   near  future.     Mr.   Graves'   companies   are  going to work, believing that they can  ship out ore by Heinze's road next year.  Government Work.  Mr. Iv. V. Cuppage, the road inspector, visited Greenwood on Wednesday. Acting under instructions  from: Mr. Norris, government agents  he made arrangements with the Town-  site Company for the purchase of lots  for a jail and court-house which; .will  be erected during the summer. Mr.  Cuppage also announced that he would  begin the work of constructing the  road from Greenwood to I^orig lyake  camp about June 20th. This road will  be a continuation of Government street  and will afford easy communication  between Greenwood and the important  mining camp at Ivong lake. It is the  intention of the government to construct in the near future a road to connect the L/ong" lake road with Pass  creek. .     ' /      .  Messrs'. Robert and  on Vednesday to inspect some  limits at'Christina lake,  to return on Tuesday.  Hugh Wood left  timber  They  expect  tea". g.jVAYaMMirtri.v:n>l^Xi>y^ .' '.'.v���i-  ��Hl'������>���?���' W    W v'TiBC:.-.:.-3S5r    VS?'   W    W    W    W     <& '..W    V     *S*     ���*��*��� ���������;*1  W.J.    ARMSTRONG.  L.     Y.  BIRNIE.  <Jg*  m             -DEALEES   IN-  '��X3  ^"^Paints^rah'drQ|I$';" Sasfr.'. and: Doors.'  ti&     t&  ->li-  Agents for Cliatliani Wagons and SIeighs5>-Best in America.  One of the best jobbing. Shops in the Interior  Eardware v      .Granite ware    Tinware;      ,:;  :  Cook-Stoves    .: Wooden ware  Parlor and Box,Stoves  V ^    Miners' Camp Stoves  .  v Iron Pipe and Fittings  ijgk*  Silverware  '     . Glassware  'Window Glass  Cutlery  Crockeryware -and House Furnishings  MINERS''  ��LIES:A spegialty,  ��**  You 'will find the A. & B. brand of goods the best. . ��� '    .  The Hardware, Tin and Stove Men,  :"::;c>'     :r\; anaconda,;  Bv.d.:flKJBdlKUftb-abo.f  j?:/^ihpwi'  First-class Accommodation.    Good . Stabling.- ; Stopping Place for Stages.  :Auley;.& MccUaig, - Proprietors,' ^  Cj  H'*S&XSS^TaF3Wttti5CF&,  KBCXXXSa  1/  The hotel  13lace for  vicinity.  Thos/ Wak  Proprietor*  is centrally located and is a stopping-  stag-e   lines.;   Good  fishing-  in   the  Good stabling-.  Meals will be served at all hours, the tables  being- furnished with the best. A variety of the  choicest brands of liquors and cigrars at the bar.  And PROSPECTORS' SUPPLIES,  ROOKL     OF2EEK,  SANSO/H   &   HOLBROOK.  3?  r  0Vf��  W  %���  ''' I".  I  .    4  i4  1  '> -'  s of Claims bought for ���Stock'Companies and'Syn  OP=F3IOS     AX     GREENWOOD     CITY,     B. O.  re  ������ft  ..M  ,^*  i&SSBiaUMJSitta;  ���i ���;��� *  ��     *\  litejtl!iiSSiW;iWM.tlmwiu.tnij.^.u.m��uinu���� ^���Wl^M^Mr��u^mw*^*���v^aL^��aA1^^ig  ^iCT!^^  '%  '#  ���4?  ��� v-ft;  f  fr  :;^f*.  <lf  % uf  'Sky  %\  "ft  sis  IPi  %  I  \  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  'i �� i ���  LOCAL NOTES.  , A,"fine and larg-e" verandah is beings  built around the Windsor hotel by  Messrs. Seymour & Co., adding-thereby  greatly to the appearance of this always popular and comfortable hostelry.  Messrsi Russell i&.Co.'s fine stock of  hardware which, after being- delayed  on the road for nearly two months, arrived this week would do credit to a  town of much 1 arg-er size thaii Greenwood has at present attained. Mr. J.  J. Caulfield, by-the-way, formerly, of  Rendell & Co., has become a member  of the new firm.    -  Complaints have lately been made  by householders and others, of the depredations of petty thieves, small articles left about in back yards having-  been stolen.    A prospector  camped on,  : Twin creek had two knives���a. good  hunting" knife and a jack-knife���taken  from his tent during- his absence this  week. :,������'' ,'a ;���,���:���;���_��� -v. ���'' \...;;  ��� ':������.j  At last it seems fairly evident that,  ere long- a brewery will he established  .and operated in Greenwood, the : work  on -the new building- by, Boundary  creek being now well' uiider way. In  weather such: as,we had last week,with  the mercury above 90 degrees in the  shade, one could thoroughly, appreciate the luxury of having" a barrel of'  home-brew in one's private.cellar.  Beginning to-day Sam Martin will  run another stag-e between Greenwood  and Grand Forks. : Mr. Martin will  make the round trip each day, arriving-  at Greenwood about 11 o?clock in the  morning- and returning-, in the afternoon. The stag-e will be driven over  the Greenwood camp road, the shortest  and best-route-to: and-from Greenwoods  Mr. Martin will use a comfortable rig-  and fiast horses so that the trip can be  made with as little in convenience as  possible.  Mr. Hamill's new building- on Copper street is now nearly completed and  makes a handsome addition to the business blocks of the town. Almost before the carpenters started work Mr.  Hamill was besieged by people desiring- to rent rooms on the premises. The  ground floor- has been leased to M.- E}.  Brissee, who has become established  in Greenwood as a tobacconist and  fancy goods dealer with' a very excel-  lentstock. The 10 rooms on the upper  storey of the building- have all been  rented at remunerative fig-ures. :-.-"v  MINING   NOTES.  . Georg-e Young- last week made a rich  strike of copper ore on a new find up  the south fork of Rock, creek. The ore  assays remarkably hig-h.  Hugh Cameron has ordered a steam  hoist and pump for the Fontenoy and  Vernon claims at Gamp McKinney.  The properties are to be extensively  developed this summer.  A fine ledg-e of quartz over a foot  wide and assaying well, was uncovered  on the Kinkakee, in Skylark camp, by  the Inkster Bros, while doing- assessment work on the claim last week.  Bob Denzler is now almost completely recovered from the effects of his recent accident whereby a bone in his  rig-.h.t leg- was fractured, and he hopes  shortly to commence the experimental  smelting tests, using- the ore from the  Snowshoe, with the! " Prospector's  ) Handy Smelter " brought in last fall  ft. \by Mr. Gibbs.  m  PEOPLE TALK of the loW prices  and the excellent quality of the Staple and  Fancy Groceries sold at the >> White Front  Store 'V Remember the old adages" Where  there is Smoke there must be some Fire/'  Be prepared for a drop in the price of  .   .*COFFEE *  *$*   4*   4*  The Friends of the Prospector!  OLSON & PHELAN.  COMTRAGTOR   &   BUILDER, B:  Government   Street,   Greenwood,   B.C.  *V*        -J?/* &-  -Sit? '��!>? V/|?  gSai^.i,��  Store Fronts and Fixtures a Specialty  mm  mmmmmmmmmimwmmmmK  ��� UH.I.I..HU a^M^^ymYpj^y^iyan,uiinuw. u.. J'wuryj.*.*.*! jjfcjiM��..>x����i)w; wyfrraiVTWirT '���  1���-* 1_ 4 i    *  Leaves  Marcus.   Mondays  and  Thursdays at 1 p.m..  Arrives  Greenwood...    Tttesda^vs  and  Fridays at S p.m.  I^eaves   Greenwood. . .. Wednesdaj* and  Saturday at 7 a.m.  Arrives  Marcus  ......;...... ....Thursday  and  Sunday at 9 a.m.  Special   Attention   Given   to   Mail,   Freight   and   Express.  E.   D.   MORRISON,   PROPRIETOR.  %*k 4? 4* 4* 4* 4* 4*4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4? 4* 4* 4* 4*k  GREENWOOD   CA/nP,   BOUNDARY   CREEK.  First-class Accommodation.     Best of Wines, Iviqiiors and Cigars.  LIVERY     STABLE     IN     CONNECTION.  Saddle and Pack Horses provided.  Rrofrietqr.  b&* ��&�� '*M* <&�� *M* t&�� <$* ��,&�� *��*  HENRY NICHOLSON,  Qtofatg (pufflic, (fining (g$tnt  Mining Negotiations Transacted.  Office.-���Camp McKinney.  N"B.���-Some   valuable   Mining-    Properties   in  Camp McKinney and vicinity for disposal.  �����  Jewellers and News Dealers,  GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  Watch Repairing- a Specialty  1 - v  m ���  rar*"  -^. -��������� p��- ��������  -iii������j-  ���.-.���-     ' ;r.  -.        i M ���  T>    ���   *i THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  MINING   NOTES.  Andy Spence is doing- the assessment on the Garfield and Denver, in  Greenwood camp.  Mr. C. 2Q. Shaw, C.E., has completed  the survey of the Goldfinch, owned by  Sansom & Holbrook and situated in  Skylark camp. -  George Riter, after spending- several  months at Marcus, returned this week  and has started work on the Honolulu;  in Copper camp.  The French syndicate, represented  by Mons. Gire, have resumed work on  the St. Maurice, in Central camp. Operations are also shortly to be prosecuted on the Helena.  "Doctor" Christie, who has been  prospecting- for the past two weeks in  the vicinity of Christina lake, succeeded in locating- some half-dozen claims  of more or less promise/        �� I  Messrs. J. Fisher and Dufour, who  spent several weeks prospecting on the,.  West Fork, located several claims,  among- them being the Washing-ton  Bell. There is an exceptionally fine  showing on -the latter claim. It is an  extension of the Paymaster, owned by  -Mr. J. C. Haas.  Mr. F. J. Me;ad, of Tacoma, and Mr.  Venhoff, the German mining- expert,  spent several days this week inspecting- mines on Pass creek. They report  that the claims which are being- developed are showing larg-e bodies of rich  looking- ore. Messrs. Mead and Venhoff will visit the mines in the vicinity  of Fairview next week.  lyouis Toms; representing- Vancouver  capitalists,--returned to the coast on  Tuesday last after ^spending- several  weeks in visiting- the different mining-  camps. Mr. Toms formed a g-ood opinion of the mining- possibilities of the  district and he intends returning^ shortly for the purpose of purchasing for  his principals.  Messrs. Miller and Gordon, who returned last week from a. prospecting  trip up the West Fork, brought back  with them some very fine specimens of  quartz from claims which they had located in that neighborhood. The West  Fork is still attracting prospectors and  it is reported that so keen were one  party to arrive quickly at their destination that they travelled both day and  night without rest. ;  the town has similar environs, and the  consequence is they are in the greatest  possible danger from fire at all  times.  The first necessity to secure protection  against fire  is  of course  such  appliances   as   are   used   in    incorporated  towns ; but neither a perfect system of  waterworks nor an efficient fire department can maintain  the  highest factor  of safety in this  direction  unless  the  people   awaken   to   the  fact that  the  present practice of leaving their houses  surrounded by combustibles of various  descriptions,   is  extremely dangerous  and   almost  criminally  careless.    We  are pleased to learn  that  two  of  the  leading firms of the city are about to  set   a  good  example  in  the  work of  making   >e town  safer,   by  removing  their powder magazines to a greater  distance.    Their present close proximity to the centre of the city is certainly  a menace to its safety aiid  that of  its  inhabitants. We do not wish to appear  to be alarmists in  this  matter, for we  fully appreciate the fact that Green-*  wood is only following the careless example set by many other towns  similarly situated, but we do appeal to the  good sense of the people.   They should  not fail to appreciate  the  importance  of doing  something.    The  individual  interests of the citizens as well  as the  general welfare demand that a change  should immediately take place.    If the  brushwood and other rubbish is cleared  from all lots,; if the volunteer fire ^department which is about to be organized take  advantage  of every  opportunity   to make  themselves  efficient,  then if a conflagratioji does  come  the  work of resisting its ravages can  be  carried out with greater advantage and  should there be any:;sufferers: they will  at least have thesatisfaction^blf" knowing that everything possible has been  done to prevent such  an  unhoped-for  catastrophe.  NOTICE. ", ';.,:  To W. H. Norris,  Esq., Gerald T. Hodgrson,  Esq., and James Kerr, Esq., Justices of the  TAKE NOTICE that I intend to apply at  the next sitting- of ,the Licensing. Court  to be holden by 3rou for a portion of the Osoyoos division of Yale district, foro aitransfer to  Thomas Wake of the license howIfeid by me to  sell spirituous and fermented liquors by retail;  upon the premises known as the Bouridarj'  Palls Hotel, situate on lots 17,18, 19, 20, 21, 22,  23 and 24, block 4, in the townsite of Boundarv  Falls, in Yale district. .  Dated at Boundary Falls, B.C., May 3, 1897.  35 THOMAS HARDY.  FIRE   PROTECTION.  Proprietors of the  VERNON   SAW,  PLANING   AND  MOULDING MILLS  Sash and Door Factory at Vernon.  Saw Mill at Okanagan Lake.    ..:'  ������: ���:���-.    ���-^���    ' ��� ,���������.'���  ' - ������  The few days of excessive  heat last  week has made the necessity for some  systematic  method  of fire protection  more apparent to those who have passed through the  trying  experiences of  extensive conflagrations in  other mining towns.    Everything was as dry as  tinder, and under such  conditions  the  danger from fire is imminent  so  long  as a  number of the  inhabitants continue   their present careless practice  with   respect   to   the  safety of  their  premises.    Many  of  the  residents of  Greenwood have from all appearances  become   imbued   with   the    idea  that  there has been a  special  dispensation  of Providence, granting them immunity from fires, and they are indulging  in the very  risky  and  very  unprofitable pastime of tempting the fire fiend.  When   a   residence   was    last    week  threatened with  a forest  fire,  it was  found that the woods and the building  were   connected  with   dry  chips  and  brushwood.    Nearly every building in  Owning* extensive timber limits on  Mabel lake containing- some of the finest  Cedar to be found in the Interior, we  are prepared to fill all orders for Factory work reasonably, expeditiously  and of as gopd material as can be had  at the Coast or Spokane.  Orders from Boundary Creek arid the  Southern Interior solicited.  ���#���  Smith & Mcleod, Vernon.  Pure Drugs,  Patent Medicines,  Toilet Soaps,  Etc, Eta  i (utunug  MIDWAY  O. \^��  NOTICE.  To Gerald T. Hodg-son, Esq., James Kerr, Esq.  and W. H. Norris, Esq., Justices of the  Peace i  TAKE NOTICE that we intend to apply at  the next sitting- of the Licensing- Court  to be holden by yon for a portion of the Osoyoos division of Yale district, for a transfer to  Geo. E. Seymour & Co. of the license now held  by us to sell spirituous and fermented liquors  by retail upon the premises known as the  Windsor Hotel, situate on lots 31 and 32, block  7; Copper street, in the townsite of Green wood  City, in Yale district.      ,  SEYMOUR & WEBB.  Dated at Greenwood  City, B.C., May 11th, 1897.  Land Act Amendment Act, 1896.  ������ v.������-���;"���'���':v:���)Sof/ofi,  IS hereby given that sixty days after date I  intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to purchase  all the unoccupied portions of the following-  described land, situated in the Osoyoos division  of Yale district, in the.Province of British Columbia : Commencing-at a post about 200 feet  northerly of present coal seam shaft worked bj'  Prather Bros, in White Lake valley, thence  south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence  north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains to point  of commencement, containing-640 acres or less  what may be occupied. JOHN DOUGLAS.  May 4tti, 1897. ,39-8  NOTICE  IS hereby given that sixty days after date I  intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to purchase  all the unoccupied portions of the following-  described land, situated in the Osoyoos division  of Yaledistrict, in the Province of British Columbia : Commencing at a post about 200 feet  northerly of present coal seam shaft wbrked.by  ������Prather Bros, in White,:Lake valley, .thence  north 80 chains,1 thence east 80 chains, * thence  south 80 chains, thence west SO. chains to point  of commencement, containing- 640 acres or less  what may be occupied. I. THOMPSON.  May 4th, 1897. 39-8  NOTICE  IS hereby given that sixty days after date I  intend to apply to the Chief Cammissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to purchase  all the.unoccupied portions of the following described land, situated in the Osoyoos division  of Yale district, in the Province of British Columbia: Commencing at a post about-200 feet  northerly of present coal seam shaft worked by  Prather Bros, in White Lake valley, thence  north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence  .south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to point  of commencement, containing- 640 acres or less  what may be occupied. J. C. McL AG AN.  May 4th, 1897. 39-8  NOTICE  IS hereby given that sixty dav-s after date I  intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to.purchase  all the unoccupied portions of the following- described land, situated in the Osoyoos division  of Yale district, in the Province of British Columbia : Comriiencing at a post about 200 feet  northerly of present coal seamshaft worked by  Prather Bros, in White Lake valley, thence  south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence  north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains, to point  of commencement, containing 640 acres or less  what may be occupied. ROBERT WOOD.  May 4th, 1897. 39-S  TO   LET  T^O Responsible Party,��� a well-finished  eight-room House in Anaconda, now occupied by Mr. Keffer, manager of theBoundarj'  Mines Co.���Apply to  MACIMIEN BERGER,  37-4 Anaconda, B.C.  SITTINGS of the Licensing Court for the  southern portion of the Osoyoos Division  of Yale District will be holden at Osoyoos and  Midway  On Tuesday, June 15th, 1897,  At Eleven o'clock in the forenoon.  C. A. R. LAMBLY,  Government Office, s.m.  Osoyoos, May 12th, 1897. 36-5  "<u  t  V  V  i  u  I  I-  i<4  'A  .sra  wjlirrt.f^ij.  vJ^UlJ ��� It.'i'TA'WW'l  *^liiMtMll^aWMMMlmiMijLWaMiu��.��Mjuj��.  "01  ,.jm  ^s^vck-'.  jii  Mmp  mm ^^S^ffiSSBS^S^SS8  ^mtm&Z&err���<~  /FILLER & LAW, Proprietors.  Wholesale and. Retail Dealers in General Merchandise,  0  a  &   '  if"; r��  CROCKERY or  1  \  y-  'i   r  -* '  i :  \  J      .  ",~^ ,,      1  '7  -k        ���  What's the difference which you call it when we are SELLING AT COST to close out  the line, Our stock consists of 10, 9 and 8 inch Plates j haUygallon, quart and pint Jugs j 10, 8,  and 4 piece Chamber sets, plain or decorated ? Platters and Sauce Dishes \ Mush Bowls j Egg/  cups \ Handled Cups and Saucers ? Hand and Stand Lamps and Lamp Fixtures,  5 1  I  "���jifii*1  FIS  i  F  Tat   Family   Mackerel,   Extra   Large   and . Fat:        Boneless   Cod-fish:  Dried   Smoked   Herring :      : Lobsters, Clams   and   Oysters   of  the   first   Quality.  PURE    J AMS,   :JEL LIES    AN D   MA  Five    Pounds   net    weight   in    Wooden    Pails    at    $1.00    Each.  L  Mi-  mi  m  I  m  m  X.  sV.  3]V H^ of   Prints   in ^Pretty  Patterns and Coi/xrs, 24, 27 and 28  rang-inginprice from EXGHT YARDS FOR ��il.oo to 20 Gts. per YARD.  2fe wide j  ��  e  ���  0  e  9  a   9  This line is selling rapidly.   If you desire to. make a selection^  Come at Once or the best styles will be sold.-...  lUIEUHmnilMUMIHtMIIMng  ":;"'\-; notice'!"   \ -���?    :::���;,:���:,'.'  NY Article purchased from, us not Entirely satisfactory to purchaser is returnable and  your money handed back.    We do straight, honest business or shut up shop,  riiiiiiiiitiiiiitiiiiiiiwtt*&</8/>Qrta>ib*8i>&���e>&<&*^<^>&<m>Q<&&<��^  IMMMM^^ THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  ountar  ,v  PUBLISHED  BY  THE  TIMES  PUBLISHING  COMPANY.  Subscription, $2.00 per Year, in Advance.  MINERS   and: :        "  PROSPECTORS  should Wear : :  Ames Holden Co/s  "Columbia "  "Kootenay '*���.  "Vancouver"  All of which are First-class Foot Wear.  SATURDAY* JUNE 5, 1897.  LOCAL NOTES.  Thos. Walsh; won a corner lot in  Bossburg at a raffle last week.  Messrs. Nicholson and James are diverting water from Rock creek for  their mill-site at Camp McKinney.  The irrigation ditch which is being  built by the Midway Townsite Co.,  will be completed in about two weeks.  Thos. McDonnell severely sprained  his knee while put prospecting last  week, and has since been confined to  the house.  The posters are put for the Jubilee  celebration in Grand Forks. The celebration committee have arranged for a  long and varied list of contests.  Mrs. Mclyeod, wife of contractor Mc-  Xveod, arrived in G-reenwood on Monday  and will make her' home here. Mrs.  Mclveod was until recently interested  in the Montanian, a paper published at  Choteau, Mont.  The committee who have charge of  the First of July celebration at Anaconda have almost perfected arrangements for the day's sports. They have  sent a challenge to Grand Forks to  send a team to meet the Anaconda  baseball team on that date. Several  other interesting events are down on  the programme. Several large prizes  will be offered.  Mr. R. Smailes, secretary of the  board of trustees, has been notified by  the Superintendent of Kducation that  under the provisions of the School Act  the term of office of all three trustees  who were elected at the first school  meeting expires at the end of Jurie. A  public meeting will be held in the  school-room on the 26th inst., for the  purpose of electing three trustees. The  present trustees, Messrs. Wood, Galloway and Smailes, are eligible for reelection.  Railway Matters.  The Victoria, Vancouver &  Eastern  Railway Co. are making a strong effort  to secure a Dominion subsidy to enable  them to  build  their line.    Dr.   G.   Iy.  Milne, who has a large interest in  the  charter of the company, left  for  Ottar  wa a few days ago and  he  is  hopeful  that he will be able to induce the Government to grant  a  subsidy  this  session.    It is reported that an  American  syndicate which has  a  representative  in this district at the  present  time, is  quite ready to  put  up  the  necessary  capital to construct the road should the  Dominion aid be secured.    Mr. Heinze   j  is also at Ottawa trying to  induce the  Dominion government to grant aid for  his road.  MINING   NOTES.  A- large   quantity  of  supplies  was  taken to the Jewelvjmine this week.  The owners  of  the  Gray  Eagle, in  Greenwood camp, are completing their  assessment work.   , Mr. Coryell is  surveying  the  Tamarack,   in   the   same  ''camp./  Since May 24th there have been but  few prospectors in Greenwood excepting those who have come in from other  districts. Nearly all the resident prospectors and miners are in the hills.  "  Mr. Hughes, of Nelson, arrived in  Greenwood this week to do some work  on his properties in Copper camp. Mr.  Hughes was badly injured ��in a snow-  slide near Sandoif last winter and  spent several months in the hospital.  He intends crown-granting two or  three of his claims in Copper camp.  George E. Magee, a large shareholder in the famous Golden Cache  mine, spent the week visiting the mining camps in the vicinity of Green  wood. He left for Camp McKinney  yesterday. Mr. Magee lived for many  years on Lulu Island and in Vancouver  but makes his home at present in Alameda, California.  REGISTER   YOUR   VOTES.  Those who have not yet registered  their names on the provincial voters'  list are again reminded that they  should lose no time in doing so. A redistribution bill will be introduced at  the next session of the legislature, and  a preponderance of Voters in this district will go far towards inducing the  government to subdivide or grant an  additional member.  Provincial Mineralogist.  Mr.  W.   A.   Carlyle,   the  provincial  mineralogist, spent last week visiting  the mining camps  in  the   vicinity  of  Vernon   and; he  will  probably  reach  Greenwood early next week.    Mr. Carlyle intends to thoroughly  inspect  all  the different camps, in  order to gather  sufficient data  to  publish   similar  reports to those prepared by him regarding the mines of Kootenay and  Alber-  ni.    These reports  have  been  almost  universally commended, and Boundary  Creek   district    will    undoubtedly   be  greatly   benefitted   by   Mr.   Carlyle's  visit.    Although the provincial mineralogist has been  only  a  little  over a  year in the province, his work has convinced almost everyone that  the government appointed  the  right  man   in  the right place.  Mr. W. G. McMynn, Mining Recorder at Midway, is seriously ill.  S  ITTINGS of. the bounty . Court   of   Yale  will be holden as follows :.  At Midway, . on Saturday,  the 31st  of July, 1897.    '  At Grand  Forks, on  Monday, the  2nd of August, 1897.  At the hour of 10 o'clock iti the forenoon respectively.  B3r command.  W.   G.   MCMYNN,  Government Office,  Midway, June 1st, 1897.  D.K.C.C.  39-4  UDSON'S  o..-  -(Incorporated 1670.  of Wines*  [uorSf   v  gnd Beerf     x  have just come to hand We  are now prepared to supply  large arid small orders prompt/'  ly,    Our  S BOOT 8 SHOE STOCK  :X  date;  is  up to  GROCERIES of the freshest  are being constantly received.  We make a Specialty of(r^  English   and   Canadian  TOBACCOS,  CIGARS    and     CIGARETTES.  *�������  ���*�����  ���SB?  0k  ->lf  i?;*  tis  Hudson's Bay Company  P.O. Box 64,  VERNON, B.C.  YAM    DISTRICT.  MOTICE is hereby given that the following-  definition of the Kettle River Mining-  Division is substituted for the description of  the said division hitherto in force :���''':.  Kettle River Mining Division.  Commencing- at a point on the International  Boundary, being- the south-eastern corner of  township 70, Osoyoos District; thence northerly following- the western boundary of, the  Grand Forks Mining- Division to its intersection with the south boundary of the Vernon  Mining- Division ; thence west along- .the said  boundary to the 119th degree of west longitude;  thence due south to the International Boundary ; thence east to the point of commence-^  ment.   '��� ���;���.��� v  Notice is hereby given that the land comprised within the undermentioned boundaries  is created a Mining- Division, under the style of  the Grand Forks Mining-Division.  Grand Forks Mining Division.  Commencing- at a point on the International  Boundar3% being- the south-easterly corner of  Township 70, Osoyoos District ; thence northerly, following- the heig-ht of land forming- the  watershed between the north fork of Kettle  river and Boundary creek and Kettle river, to  its intersection with the south boundary of the  Vernon Mining- Division ; thence east along-  the said boundar3r to the western boundary of  the West Kootenay District; thence southerlv  following-said boundary to the International  Boundary ; thence west, " "  national Boundary to the  merit.  By command.        .  JAMES   BAKER,  Provincial Secretary and Minister  of Mines.  Provincial Secretarv's Office, ���  _ '  22nd May, 1897. 39.3  following- the  Inter-  point of commence-  All kind of work promptly executed to  the satisfaction of Customers.  1  *%.���  ��� IE"    jij  Ik  <*,  t \  '<t s  km  ,>  -W*1 I  ���v .iv j '.f  ���'.������if'i Ik  $     ��� Ah  $. 1 ~M\)  fa " * :tr>!  T;������'-��� '.!  ?,'���-. ft.  Vfe *j^i>��v!"rt ?**���, Viv'r-*!&**��$ v&  '"'VVl'TrWy^fjH'Vi'. .JSrV-.TTI,*- MHHMBWftBIManraMIMMlWMMlliniMia. ^^^Sm^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i^^^^^^^^ J^- !^^^^^Jjqa:j*~^gij& i'^^^('^^fe^?^^^��^,W5^Sli^^^*  4^r;-iHf.La;~'^y^-f^  31  ^  r.f   "'  >\  li  ���V"'  I .  r*  1  M  *u>v  {���V-v  k  '���:?;���.  i-tf..  i��i  AP  Makes your House a Home.  When thinking of papering  latest consignment,  just arrived,  have also a complete line of  House^ come and see pur  The Newest Designs,   We  Carets*  Window  Shades,  Etc.  "�� a <����� a <  W ��<�������<!  Of Every Description,    Nails of all Sizes,    Windows  Doors,   Building Paper,     *  of T3t?ii  rtquore dnb C*gar0.  i����MJIUJMI]IUMIMMilJ]aHiailtt��M��IIW��J^^ ���j-  Mining- Act, allowing- a survey of a  claini to stand in lieu of assessment  ������work.' -  Andrew Spence returned last Saturday from Dayton * Ore., where a few  months ag-o he was.. married. During  his absence he succeeded in interesting  a number of Oregon people in Boundary  , Messrs. Cameron & McKenzie's new  block on Copper street is nearing completion. The owners of the building  intend using- it for a men's furnishings  store. Their stock, which has been  purchased in Toronto, will be here in  about 30 days.  The district affording the latest excitement in mining matters "is that-  surrounding Canyon creek, a tributary  of Kettle river which -joins the main  stream about .30 miles' above Rock  creek. Prospectors found there sur--  face cropping-s of very rich free-milling-  ore. The development work on the  Monitor, a claim in that district, however, disclosed the fact that the free-  milling ore turned to base at 12 feet  from the surface. The base ore is of  g-ood quality and Canyon creek is likel3r  to prove an important mining district.  On Saturday afternoon considerable  excitement was icaused by bush fires  getting dang-efously near Mr. Phelan's  residence on Government street. About  fifty volunteer firemen were soon on  the scene and they did effective work  in keeping the fire checked. By the  use of buckets and shovels the fire was  kept from coming-; too close to the  building, and it soori exhausted itself  at the end of the woods. " The volunteers were captained by W. Nelson and  their work showed that with a little  more org-anizatipn and training- Greenwood can have one of the best volunteer fire departments in the province.  Qfjteaf <&b��<xU <xnb (ttlintn^ QSrotoB,  HlNANGIAL & InSURANC  MINING   MACHINERY.  The Dominion government, finding  that there would be a difficulty in interpreting the clause in the tariff regulation in the matter of mining machinery, with respect to machinery exclusively used for mining- purposes, has  decided to place a duty of 25 per cent,  on steam eng-ines, boilers, ore crushers, rock crushers, stamp mills, rock  drills, air compressors, : cranes, derricks, coal cutters, pumps, windmills ;  while machinery used exclusively for  mining-, smelting, reducing- or refining-  will be admitted free. The articles on  the free list are so specified that the  difficulty experienced under the old  tariff of proving what mining machinery was not manufactured in Canada  is thereby removed.   A Public Meeting.  A meeting will be held in the school-  house this (Saturday) evening for the  purpose of re-organizing- the volunteer  fire department. A number of men  who were members of fire departments  in other cities have signified their willingness to join the volunteer department here and thus give the town the  benefit of their experience and training. It is hoped that every person interested in the welfare of Greenwood  will show his appreciation of any effort  for better protection against fire by attending the meeting. A large attendance will show that the volunteer department will be supported by the majority of the residents.  GEO.I ��� R.   N ADEN,   Manager.     ;  j     H.   HALLETT,  V'.//",',',, NOTARY    PUBLIC.  GREENWOOD,   B.C.  ORBES   M.   KERBY,  Assoc. Mem. Can, Soc. Civil Engineers,  AND  CIVII/ ENGINEER,  -"- Qfcoiarg (pufiftc ~ MIDWAY,   B.C.  '�����3    W.   JAKES,   M.D.,   C.M.,  BY  APPOINTMENT  Resident Physician to kettle  Riyer District.  Office       :-      ;,';>���   Greenwood, B.C.  T    P. McLEOD,  Barrister and Solicitor.  -.  Midway, B.C.  ���<D..  rji  K>  U  O  ^  ���    X  o  ,    U!  &  1 m  CD  0  H-3  ���  LU  ^  0  -a  ��  c  r>  CO  0  en  DQ  C  CSL^>  C  ���p.  ��  o  -�����  <u  ���tO 'Si  1-1 *���>  ���s.y  O i*  &���  1���1  a  Ores.  ed and  .{5 C  p  1  1  �� 6  U  " t  o  o  w  t  1  en   si  �����  "3  'en  ���33  JZJ'  ft  d An  Mine  3.(1)  8*4  1*1  ��3  O :  ���a   '  ?3  �����*  >��  o,^  ��  _��o  (fi  <  JOHN   A.   CORYELL,   a.m., b.c.a.  ^t^tf Engineer,  Provincial Land Surveyor and Draughtsman.  Irrig-ation Projects, Engineering- and Survey  Work, with plans and Estimates in any portion  of the province, immediately attended to.  Maps and Plans of any portion of Osoyoos  district and mining- camps of Kettle River Mining-Division.       r ��� . ���  Residence   -   -   MIDWAY.  QHARLES AE. SMAW,  Givil    Engineer,  <��)omtntott arib  (proinnctaf  ��cmo gsurEegor.  GREENWOOD,       -       B.C.  OFFICE}    SUPPIylKS,   CIGARS,  CONFECTIONARY,     FRUIT,     Ftc.  Copper Street, Greenwood B.C.  Q  I��  ffjtntt" ffiTfUAWimma  3S��  pA  m-  >k>  ^C^  9      ZJ o %J ���  Office, Store, and Saloon Fixtures a specialt^v  /Plans and Specifications made and Estimates  -.-.���  g-iven.   ,  Plans Prepared & Estimates Given  &  ���==���1!     X^^T^^&35-l:}c^^r<a  ���^Li^vSi-r^*^  Notice to Joint Stock Companies  THE following- section, numbered 161, of the  " Companies Act, 1897," relative to the  issue of a free miner's certificate, is published  for the information of JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.  JAMES BARER,  ' . Minister of Mines.  Provincial Secretary's Office,  14th Mav, 1897.  37-4  ��� ,161.���Notwithstanding- anything- to the contrary in section 4 of the "Mineral Act, 1896," or  section 4 of the " Placer Mining- Act, 1891," or  elsewhere in the said. Acts or other the mining-  laws of the Province, no free miner's certificate  shall be issued to a. Joint Stock Companj- for a  longer period than one j^ear, and such certificate shall date from the 30th day of June in  each year ; and ''every, free miner's certificate  held b3* a Joint Stock Company at the passing-  of this Act shall be valid and existing- until  and shall expire on the 30th day of June, 1897.  Upon applying- to renew any such certificate on  or before said 30th day of June, the Joint Stock  Company shall be entitled to a rebate of a proportionate amount of the fee paid for a certificate heretofore issued accordiug- to the further  time for which it would but for this section  have been valid. '..��������  G.   A.   GUESS, M.A.  H.  A.  GUESS,   M.A.  Assayers'fi. Chemists.  Thoroughly familiar with Boundary Creek  and Fairview mining- districts. Properties  examined, assays and analyses of ores, fuels,  furnace products, etc?  n'  Greenwood, B. C.  *Z!5,  f  f  -].;  GREENWOOD  ^^���������i-./'-Jli.  .���!< THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  EN DERBY   and  VERNON.  Trade Mark.  Red Star.  Makers of Flour pronounced by experts to be  the best made on the Pacific Coast.  HUNGARIAN '  XXX STAR  STRONG BAKERS  GRAHAM  Bran,;���Sliprts^ Chop���,���'���' Etc  c  ��  V��P9  ��  '"'���}..  \  Of all kinds and lengths.  4 foot wood...: 52.25 per cord, delivered.   ���  16 to 20 inch "...$3.00 per dbl. cord       ���  FRITZ   HAUSSENER.  J8��" Orders ma3r be left at the Times office.  be Greenwood Book Store.  Next door to McKag-ue's Barber Shop.  The test brands of Gigars,  Cigarettes and! Tobaccos ,,  %  Fancy Goods & Stationery  Anaconda Gommercial Cluh.  MEETS in Wilson's Hall, Anaconda, every  Wednesday evening- at 7.30 o'clock. The  Secretarj' will be glad to answer enquiries respecting-the Boundary Creek district.  Thos. J. Hardy, F.J.Miller,  President. Secretary.  SHAVING PARLOR.  Government Street, Greeiiwood.  Hot and Cold Baths at all hours of the day.  L/.idies and Children's Hair-cutting- a specialty  \  %.  fjji.,  W.  idway  0  n  I'M  !4\  Can outfit Prospectors cheaper  and better than any of  his Competitors,  ''Vi'tV  'At..  GRAND" SCENERY. LOW   RATES.  MODEL  ACCOMMODATIONS.  OQbX'N     TO     OOEAP4  Without ; change of Cars, via  ��  And S00 PACIFIC LINE  Solid vestibule trains, consisting- of palace  sleeping- cars, luxurious dining- cars, eleg-ant  day coaches, magnificent tourist cars and free  colonist'sleepers.  The only line running- through tourist cars  from the coast  TO  T  WINNIPEG,  MINNEAPOLIS  ST.   PAUL,  TORONTO,  MONTREAL,  BOSTON,  WITHOUT    CHANGE I  Lowest rates to  and from       lJ  \ Via all Atlantic  Steamship lines  Canadian Pacific Ryl Cp.'s  Royal Mail SS. Line to Japan and China  These twin-screw steamers are in every respect superior to any ships that.have yet sailed  the Pacific ocean. The route is 300 miles  shorter than via any other Trans-PatiSc line.  tit-  tjp  Canadian-Australian Steamer Ivine  .���������"..'-.���,���'������..". ���'   ������"������:-���;:���TO���   .'���:���     .    y "������'.���- "���."���:''-  Honolulu, Fiji and Australia.  The shortest line to the Colonies. These  steamers' carry an:. experienced medical man  and a stewardess on every voyage.  For time tables, pamphlets, or any information j call oil or address v  H. S. SCADDING, GEQMcL. BROWN  ��� Agent, Dist. Pass. Agent,  PENTICTON. VANCOUVER.  LEWIS HIND, Local Ticket Agent, Anaconda.  orthb:  RAILWAY.  *v&   *y*>   *v&  tK- VlP        ���'9JSV--  The Fast Line. -Superior Serace  To all points in the United States  and. Canada;  Direct   connection     with   the  Spokane Falls & Northern Ky,  Trains Depart from Spokane:  ..".....    8:25 p:m.  .'...'..   7:00 a.m.  No. 1, WevSt bound  No. 2, East bound  ���1MB10 JSP! 10 Gil  Via Tacoma & Northern Pacific SS. Co.  $%    j&    j&  ttr      tie      tit-  For information, time cards, maps and  tickets, apply to Ag-ents of  the  S. F. & N.   or  T.   D.   GIBBS,  General Ag-ent,  Spokane, Wash.   or:   ���A.. D.'CHARLTON,  Northern Pacific Asst. Gen. Pass. Ag-ent  235 Morrison St., Cor. of Third,  Portland, Oregon.  jSfs-     a3I&     aV*  tip     tip     tip  Write  for  new   Map   of   the  Kootenay  country.  Boundary Valley   Lodge,  No. 38, I.O.O.F.  ��� BETS every Tuesday  Evening-   at   8.00   in  their lodge room at Greenwood, B.C.   A cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourning- brethren. Thos. Hardy, N.G.  W. J. Harber, Rec. Sec.  ; I        MINERAL,   ACT,   1896.    ~     *:  Certificate of improvements.  .    notice. "..;;..'  '-pHE OLD ENGLAND mineral claim, situ-  JLV    ate on the north fork of Rock creek,  in  the Osoyoos mining- division of Yale district.  "V^tiere located : Camp'McKinney.  Take notice that we, Henry Nicholson, free  miner's certificate No. 90,585. and Edward  James, free miner's Certificate No. 64,195, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining-Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining- a  crown grant to the abovecclaim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  , ��� Dated this 23rd day of April, 1897. 34-8  MINERAL   ACT,    1896.  Certificate  of Improvements,  notice: ''.'<:.������  MOTHER LODE mineral claim, situate in  the Kettle River mining- division of Yale  district.   Where located : Dead wood camp.  Take notice that we, the Boundar}- Mines  Company^free miner's certificate No. 81,264, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining- Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining- a  Crown grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 7th day of April, 1897.   : 32-8  v   M^ ACT,    1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  lARBARA Mineral Claim, "situate in  the  Kettle River mining- division of Yale district.   Where located : Skylark camp.  Take notice that I, G. Arthur Rendell, free  miner's certificate No. 87,434, intend, sixt3r days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining- a Crown grant of the  above claim. v ���.������-���;'/=  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated.this 28th day of May, 1897.  ' 38  MOTICE is hereby given that with the written consent of Shareholders representing  two-thirds of the capital stock of The Bullion  Mining- & Milling- Company, Limited Liability,  the head office of said compai^ will be removed  from Greenwood, in the district of Yale, to  Midway, in said district, on the 21st day of  June next, in accordance with section 41 of the  "Companies Act, 1890."  Greenwood, B.C., May 8th, 1897.  Randolph Stuart,' J. C. Haas,  36- Secretarv. President.  NOTICE is hereb3r given that 60 da3^s after  date I intend apptying to the Honourable  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  for permission to purchase the following- tract  of land, viz. : Commencing- at the north-west  corner of the Twin mineral claim, in Skj'-lark  camp, and running- thence east  thence running- north 20 chains;  20 chains ; thence south 40 chains v  40 chains ; thence north 20 chains  commencement, comprising- 120 acres or less,  known as lot 663, tp: 79, Oso3'oos division of  Yale district. OTTO   DILLIER.  Greenwood, B.C., May 15th, 1897. 37-8  20   chains  thence east  thence west  to  point of  HUGH CAMERON, Proprietor.  Best Brands of Wines, Liqnors and Cigars.  Good   Stalling. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  MIN1MG   NOTES.  Mr. Hirsch, a provincial land surveyor from Nelson, is surveying- the  Gold Drop, in (J-reenwood carnp.  D. Carmody returned from Victoria  on Thursday lasti "Mr. Garmody represents Chicago and Findlay, Ohio,  capitalists, who formed themselves into a syndicate ior the purpose of acquiring property in Boundary Creek  district, lie has already secured a  bond on several properties.  Mr. Keifer, manager of the Boundary Mines Co., is pushing- the work  on the Mother JUode and Ho. 7 ciaims.  On the latter claim a 40-foot snaft was  sunk from above the break, with the  result that the ore was again struck.  Mr. Keifer is now assured, that tne ore  body extends beyond tne claim.  An order-in-council has been issued  to the effect that in consequence of the  late spring ciaim-holders have been  unable to perform the annual assessment work required by the Act, and  therefore'discretionary permission has  been granted to gold commissioners to  extend thentime for the completion of  assessment work.  The shaft on the L,ast Chance, in  Smith's camp, is down over 80 feet.  On the hanging- wall side, near the  bottom of the shaftj native silver -was  discovered. Some native silver was  found in this mine last fall, but was  lost as the shaft went down. The  present discovery appears to be of" a  more permanent character.  Most encouraging-"reports have been  received durini.-; the week from Kim-  berley camp. A number of claim  owners are doing assessment work  with the result that large bodies of  promising- looking- ore are being- uncovered. The Comet, owned by  Messrs. McCurrach, Shearer and  others, is showing up well. They have  found some rich ore on their claim.  Mr. J, C. Haas, J}.M., who is superintending the work on the Golconda,  reports a very encourag-ing- discovery  on the claim. In running- an open cut  across the ledge on the surface, about  three feet of sulphide ore was uncovered. An average sample of this ore  from the surface was assayed and  yielded $35.13 in gold and 96 cents in  silver. The shaft on the Golconda is  now down over 40 feet, and at 50 feet  cross-cutting- will be commenced. The  ore has again been struck in the shaft.  DISTRICT NEWS.  It is reported that Mr. Hawtrey, the  provincial constable at Osoyoos, has  resig-ned his position.  Mr. O. Doman, a part proprietor of  the Ritzville (Wash.) Times, passed  through Greenwood this week on his  way to Camp McKinney, where he  owns several claims.  The workmen at the Golconda were  visited by a large cougar on Wednesday morning-. He came quite close to  the tent in which the men were sleeping-. Before a gun could be secured the  animal disappeared Jnto the woods.  Mr. <G-reen is now engaged surveying-  the Government townsite at Rock  Creek into lots, A^private corporation  owning land at Rock Creek also contemplate laying off their property for  townsite purposes, and lots, it is expected, will shortly be put on the market by them at prices approximating-  $50 for the best situations.  SPORTING   GOODS.  mc  ��>�������    .sV4    ��&���  Boxing Gloves,     Dumb Bells,        Indian Clubs,  Lacrosse Sticks,    Tennis Goods,    Punching Bags, J $jf^  ! Cricket Supplies,  Victor and Remington Bicycles/   I[  icMAS. E. TIS��AL��I*, Vancouver.  tt  f    MILLS     AND .TARDS;;iftT.H  %r   Anaconda* B,C  Manufacturers of Roug-h and Dressed  Shingles, Lath, Mouldings, Sash and Doors,  *V*    ��&���    aV*  tip      it?.      tip.  :       At�� KIPS OF FACTORY; WORK MADE TO ORDER  Lumber delivered to any place in the  City or   to Mining Camps  J. Kerr.  ���������������;): J. J?.   FijObD.    i:  UTG  GREENWOOD, GRAND FORKS, & A\IDWA\  Meat delivered at Rock Creek and all Mining- Camps.  </���  TRONG,   B.C.  iVi       jJ'4        S'i.  tip .    tip      -sjjr  Patronize home industry and the only co-operative Flour Mill in the  Province by using our  XX X X  Our Mill is fitted throug-hout with  the latest improved machinery  and is in  charge of a thoroug-hly experienced miller.  Ask  for  our  Flour  and  keep  the  mo ley  in  the  district.  4MNC����4WM��M4  The Okanagansflour Mills Co., Ltd  Armstrong, B.C.  25, 27, 29   YATES STREET,  VICTORIA,    ,  Wholesale Dry Goods,  and  Clothing /Manufacturers.  S ���  ���T--  H  <?\  1  m  -nr am,  I'ft  VI'  '- '���  mm  im  :}<:i?L  ���ix :.���:.*���*&.  m  ]m  li,:  m  i'iK-  Is  .s  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  7  w  HEAD     OFFICE:     F?OSSLAND,      B.O.  Capital, $1,500,000,  1,500,000 Shares, par value $100,    Fully paid and Nonassessable,  Treasury  Stock,   500,000  Shares,  :;.- Officers :   ., /--..-::.'��������� "  President:   HON.   T. >\.   DALY,   Ex-Minfeter of Interior.  : Vice-President:   ANDREW   KELLY,   of Alexander,  Kelly & Co.,  Brandon;  Man.  '���';���.<���.. Secretary-Treasurer:   W.   L.   ORDE,   Esq.,   Rossland,   B.G.  : Board   of   Directors :   '���  Hon. cl. N. Kirchoffer, W. A. T^acdonald, Q.C., Tred. Nation, W. L. Lindsay, Wm. cJohnson,  W. A. Puller, W. d. Porter, and G. H. Collins.  Owns  the "' Golden Crown " mineral claim and has a bond on the " Calumet/' situated in  W District, B,C,  TRANSFERS FOR THE WEEK.  [Furnished'%��� J. S. Harrison, Searcher of  Records, Midway, B.C.] .'=.'-  ''" ���   MAY   27. '  J.J.J., y2 int., W. J. Schmuck and C. M.Tobias-  sen to Jas. Addison. -���������'���  J.J.J., 1-6 int., J. Addison to Alex. Finlayson.  Ditto,   ditto   Jas. Addison to John Addison.  Wild Rover, % int., John Gillan to George A.  McKag-ue.  Green Mountain, % int., Chas. Frank to Georg-e  A. McKag-ue. '  Quadra, Iroridale,-Cyclone; Van Horn,  %  int.,  ; Jos. Pounder to Geo. Knudson and A. Marshall.    .-...  MAY  29. . \  Portland. y2 int., Frank Griffin to W. Dircksen  andF. H. Knight.  Grey Eagle, y& int., W. W. Spinks to W. H. Gee  " .JUNE   1.     -  Contact. Ossian Wave, Tidal Wave, Vernon,���  Tidal Wave M. Co. to Tidal Wave Con. M. Co  Prince Edward,���R. S. Fraser to Prince Edward Gold M. Co.  Iron King, Inly, % int. ea., Con. Cosgriff arid  D. P. Mitcheil to G. M, Miller.  Ace of Clubs,���John Holm to John H. Smith.  Dan Harrington," y$ int., karamie Mayer to  Peter Steep.        .  INLAND REVENUE.  William Gill, the inspector'of Inland  Revenue for the province, arrived from  Victoria by yesterday's Penticton  stag-e. While here he will inquire into  the advisability of establishing- a bonded warehouse in Greenwood, for which  application has been made. Mr. Gill  is accompanied by J. E. Miller, the  Vancouver collector of Inland Revenue.  They intend making- a tour of the province before returning- to the coast.  While here Mr. Gill will also arrang-e  for the collection of revenue from the  brewery which is being erected at  Greenwood. r '������*.'  Mr. Keffer, manager of the Boundary  Mines Co., is erecting- a neat and comfortable residence in Anaconda.  Mr. G. F. Costerton, of Vernon, was  among the visitors to Greenwood this  week. Percy A. Jenns, of Kamloops,  also made a business trip fo the city.  It is understood that Mr. Jenns will  manage the townsite of Fairview for  the owners.  Mr. E. Jacobs, the acting- secretary  of the Boundary Creek Mining and  Milling- Co., has written for the News-  Advertiser and other papers some carefully prepared letters descriptive of  Boundary Creek district. Mr. Jacobs'  letters ars accurate in every particular  and will do much towards making- the  district known.  Crown Grants.���When applying- for  crown grants, request that the advertising thereof be published in The  Boundary Creek Times,���the mining  |\ paper of the district.  %:  %  ������. ft ���  HE PIONEER HOTEL  Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B,C,  ���Sfc rife ' rife  ���sfi? tjp tip  We are prepared to welcome Guests and provide g-ood accommodation.  Headquarters for Mining- Men.       Best of Wines, Uquors and Cig-ars.   IyivERY Stable in connection.   aY& aY*> aY&  tjp t[P trp  NELSON & TYNAN,  Proprietors,  *  es  o  0  and Drill Co  SHERBROOKE,   QUE.  rife      S't-      aY  tip       tip       ���sfi  rife     ��11     rife  ���tfP tip     - -7lP  Boilers, Hoists, Pumps, Ore Cars and Buckets, Wire Rope,  Air Compressors, Steam and Air Drills, Saw Mills arid  Supplies.    Prompt delivery from Rossland stock.  ������ Send for Catalogues.   F.   R.  MENDENHALL,   Agent,   Spokane  and  Rossland.  ��^ft|u ��|)^t^^^t|> 'fK'ff* ^ *^ *fr *f^ *f��* ^ *|K*f^ *f^ *fr *$* *f^ *fkfefN,^>  We have on hand a large-stock of  prings*  uites.-'and Furniture of .all  We would call your attention to our BOX SPRHC and CLIPPER MATTRESSES  JOS   WORK   PROMPTLY   ATTENDED   TO.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  'MX  .J H&WUyiuHUllieiEirAI&^MMUIUiliAlMlHU  ���Mmiyaaaw^ GREENWOOD CITY is the central t0a ani* supply  point of the Boundary Creek mining . Jamps, From this  new  town   roads   lead   to   the  GREENWOOD, DEADWOOD,  COPPER, SUMMIT,  LONG   LAKE, SKYLARK,  WHITE AMD ATWOOD,  WELLINGTON mND   SMITH  GAMPS  Lots  are  selling  freely  and  are  a  good  investment,  v.t   ->'f  'f  ,.tt  -o-  #f; ir  For price of Lots and other information, address  or G. S, G  Greenwood City,  Or  apply to the AgentsV  C.F.  COSTERTON,  Vernon,  Creek, B.C.  RT.. Vancouver.  ���m  I  r  \  vi* <�������� j li  r . *" I  *       '      -1  STp.  i��nwi��*figlH*LWii . K ���i"-,-.:, . A ^ - r .-��������� ������, :; ...-���,..'..:..r.;.;'Jv.'',Z :?-...A. ,. ..���,'::������,..',....'. ;,  -.,?. __.. ..���.-.. ��. ,s. .;,,?.���.-.. ...<���.   ....,,...���..���,,,. :..,.->..  ,.,., ,,,.,.:,f.. ��� .:.,...,.....   ~.    ....: ,,,..,. ..._.., ^. , .......... ...,i./:,'.. ^.w<..~m:?. C -,#m%^  ftSSSft^aralSiff  i  r  r  ��  :!  4  v.; ,  nUl' .  mm  ������i'Mt."'.L>'-. ������  :... l|fc';;^'  .     jr'.'Vi'-i-     "        "��� '  -���^'ftv',::  .��m^  ���' S3��&V'';-"'-:','���'���.,:  :#k.  *  l -.���;  im  >-'*-&���  V��  e*&4ev����0i��a-<s����-4ftK&4������<��t��o-4ey��o-fr<��>��4S*����'<����>o<4  t,rueiu&:  G.   ARTHUR   RENDELL Pr  D.   A.   HOLBROOK. " Manager.  C. W. H. SANSOUVI. Secretary and Treasurer.  QEfanftetB:  "BANK  OF {MONTREAL,   VERNON,   B.C.  h   r  Capitalisation, 1,500,000 Shares. Treasury, 700,000 Shares.  Tar'value, $1.00.     Fully paid and non-assessable.  Incorporated October 21st, 1896,, under  the  British   Columbia  " Companies  Act" and amending; Acts.  The Company s properties are fully paid for.  V  1 "V,  1      P"  '      *���    rt  1     j /*|  ', J ���  *.  M -' J-  '  - '���Owl  y .J  .>,'  1   'I  nags denote the Company's group of Twelve Claims.  ,.v~  KfaaA^JCfe-yi^^'������^^i-j���t^H*^^.*turH^^;-,.-^.^.^.W��'^-VTT"...-i^K^..^M1d . ?��� .'..���'������:^KSTWJFJT7*i=       -'..���.'.���(.'J-'.'tl...  ��:  vV  "'���      >-  ���   i  \  f  '< f  \ %���  \ ';���'  1  %  \  'I  ,1  I  1.  1  !  fr 'f'  n  V;  ..:^jpHB' PROPERTIES of the Co up my co-isUt of Twelve cl tini; lying- -in. a group and name! as follows : The  jl^ "Fred D./' - S. H. B ," " Bi- Ledg-e," '" D. A.," li O. B.," " S. F.," "G. A. R.," "J. A. C," "P.H.,"  " C. S. & H.," "Prospective," and " E. C. B.,"'1 fu'ly shown and explained in the Map Plan. They are, with  the exception of two, all fall claims, 1,500 feet by 1,500 feet in size, giving-a surface area of about 400 acres. L/ying-  as they do on a steep sloping hill, they offer unusually good facilities for drainage and for rapid and economical  development by main working tunnels driven in from the base of the hill. These are some of the first principal  locations made on Boundary Creek.  Active  development  work  has  been   going on  since  the   incorporation   of  the   Company,   October  21st, 1896.  Head Orncc  GREENWOOD  CITY.  B.C.  %&-      viuntion   is  particiilarjy  cilled  to  the  large  amount   [700,000  shares]   of  stock  put  into  the  Treasury,  and   that  all  the  properties   are  fully  paid  for.  .Write   for   Pros; octus , ar,a   PLin.cr  li * \  %  mmuKmmmiimmmkiumatmmiMummmj^^ ���^S^'j^^.^SiXSX^^^^^'^^.  K*-��/-f m. t*~itr**- ~+ji*fi?*"W  ililiii  SSH5  -Srt.��:.v.M.'.-y  B->. "�����,: �����������-  Hi  .is^fsy5';;K;'. :���/���:: ��� '���:  pSllS&r' 'f<���'���:  %%?$fWiW'������':���'.  lli^J^''';':;"''V.''' ���'"������  I'^fiV;^"���'���"���;���;-''': ���,' '  |��ii|^.:^:^'-'-  I^&tJ?^-;^' ���',.���'.';���;  ',  &$ll!$!8;''S'':'::  S?S&Kte;i-V,'-!'''v';':..'  ti^Sfe^;-':-,.1' :  Biii'l;:  fi\��w"'-^;.'''''-'!.'.' ���"���  ^wg;;;:.;'i;v.;;,;o-'-;;..:  f?��J:5:'S&"?V,V-  ,^.  p  I  I  iS'-'r''"'-"'"'"  lis  t��  ��  MOT  But Our Clothing makes man Comfortable and  Respectable. Our Gents* Furnishing Department is up  to date in everything.        It contains the newest things in  Mens' Wearing Apparel: "       '  Perfect  ALL STYLES   ALL SIZES,...-  LOWEST  PRICES  Underwear j White, colored and negligee  Shirts?];A varied assortment of Ties in  all the latest styles j x       v  ��     0     ���     ���     0  WkX  m  ftTs:  Our line of BOOTS and SHOES include everything  from Miners' strong Boots to the daintest  g shoes.?  Greenwood and Boundary Falls,  ^tmmmm  IjjjTllW1  ::t ���::.  ����  w-  :::l 7  i.'- :'': r,(-. T.:-v.'!^-':,'; *i       .';���:.'.'  ������'v-'-^-^.-'i^.r:-'^^  #WiiH  X'-- A, v.  V.. ���<;(���:. 3  ::-..-.%^?i?.-*ft:  ^.'���llil'  >;'vl||S;:  :::\B'?t��^j;  W:  HI:  Sit  i'^.W  ....  . .    ,ivSVij��.  :^;::;;t��'#  ,-IJV  " s ^  w  ��   . -. av.  irw  ��" vu ." '��� I  6k  S  IfJis^^iffliiftSMffaHgwgw^^^  ^T  '. '1

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