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 1897,  ujJii'Jy.^>ir^.i^ii'i>im-.jjiiij��-iiiiiii i���uiijiii, L,.ipi.iii����igji��^iii.iiigiiiiiiiiiiiiiij^tro8pii^^fij)i^^��ji��^  \  \  \^  ;ue  ^  n  /(  @ (Wlmm0 journal  iLISHED AT GREENWOOD CITY,  B.C.  p\,i'W ��� ���" >'. "*' in HW yi"HJ> m mjL ���iwimqy jy^f���^s^yw  *-*->���-- ill-Mill ���**��� ii ��� ii**wwi \w n.i hi ii���uiium  *^MMIIWMTC|  .iii: THE   BOUNDARY    CREEK   TIMES.  m'.IIH-HU��"....��"iMMF '  M.'-JillW���JgM���M*  ti  ��"-=**>  una .iniiniiinnja i in ������ ir�� mm i  >*  .-*'  %  Government  Street,  Greenwood.  Will in a few  weeks  open  their  new  Store*   now  in  course  of  construction,   and  offer  for  sale   a  complete  line  V<n  Prospectors'   Outfits*   Sash  and Doors*   etc.*  etc.  Goods are now on the road   and will be sold at the  < -���.  Id west  market  prices, ���  W��><x^M.KWA^A4AA^^^cl&.lJfwVU.V.1i^>J.^^VKV.U!^.��MdkM^9Aj^.  Established 1862.  73��&A-**^v\vwv  Manufacturers of Furni/  ture, Upholstery, etc, X  Impoi'ters of Crocke^-, Glassware, Carpets,  Wall Paper, Linoleums, etc. Residences and  Hotels furnished throughout. All orders, no  niatter how large, promptly filled, as wc have  the  LRRGEST STOCK IN IIPR0V1NGE.  jSf-6   *';�����   &'/*.  ->ie"      �������**      fie  Write us for Catalogue and Price List.  VICTORIA,   B.C.  Share Certificates and Mining  Forms, Printing of any kind,  Encourage British Columbia industries  and get your work well done by  placing your orders with  The Province Publishing Co,,  Vancouver,  Manufacturers  of'  ROLLED OATS  OATMEAL-���o .  SPLIT  PEAS  o     o  Also Dealers in Grain of all  kinds,    Oats a specialty,  CORRESPONDENCE  SOLICITED.  site.     j,t{.     ^4  "iie"     vfe"      tie"  The Brackraan & Ker Milling Co., Ltd.,  Victoria. Vancouver.  New Westm uster. Edmonton.  I U  &d I  W. J. Snodgrass & Sons, Prop's. .  Leaves Penticton at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thurs-  da\-s, and Saturda3-s for Camp McKinney,  Rock Creek, Midwa3*, Anaconda, Greenwood,  .Carson and Grand Forxs."  Returning- leaves  Grand  Forks at 6  a.m.  on  Tuesday, Thursda3r ana. Saturda3r.  Carries'the Mails, Passengers and Express.  4&f- Will-sell  through-Tickets  to  Vancouver,  Victoria, Seattle or Portland.  A.   D.   WORGAN,  GREENWOOD   CITY.  Robert Buckley*,  'ijins  nwr,  e  o  P* ij  9  9  -Q=sa**=D-  Haniess, Saddles,  Boots  and  Shoes  Repaired  with neatness and dispatch.  GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.C.  illiiUiUUUUUUUUiUUitil  boundary falls Hotel.  J. J. White, Proprietor.  jj;��.    ^it.    ^  ">ie      lie"      �������.*  ��58w^-  ~^��S>  �����M3*>  tie  ���~*^q^)  Views of Greenwood and the Mines for  Sale.  Centrally Located. Stopping place  for Stage Lines.' No-trouble or expense spared to m alee Guests comfortable. Strict^ Eirst-class and  Charges Moderate.  tie      tie  Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  GOOD   STABLING.  W.  D. PALMER,  Greenwood City, B.C.  Office and Store Fixtures  a  specialty.  Plans and Specifications furnished. A Weekly Paper published in the interests ot the Boundary CreeR Mining District.  Vol. II.  GREENWOOD CITY, B.C., SATURDAY, MAY1, 1897.  34  No, 8,  TOPICS   TOR   THE   WEEK.  E would again point out to the Hon. the Chief  Commissioner of I*ands and Works the folly of  the system in vogue at present of waiting until  the revenue is collected before anything is done  towards repairing* the roads in the rural districts. Directly  the winter season is over and the snow begins to melt, men  should be employed to keep the main highways open. Moreover, by following this practice, the yearly expense of  maintaining existing roads would be considerably lessened,  the work being much more effective���and hence cheaper���  when carried on in the spring. Take for instance the state  of affairs in Boundary now : roads impassable ; travel and  traffic reduced to its lowest possible measure ; men paying  stage fare and blaspheming the government because compelled to walk, horses having all they can manage to haul  empty vehicles, much less passengers, through the riiire.  If these were necessary evils they could be borne with fortitude, only increasing the fervency of the prayers for a  railroad; but when a fault can be remedied one expects to  see it done. Now it is by no means improbable that if  Boundary creek rises as high as is expected the briege between Anaconda and Boundary Ealls will be swept away  within the next few weeks, when all communication (mail  service included) from the Penticton direction will be cut  off!    Then, doubtless, measures will be taken.  Over the Summit the road is so bad that it has become  necessary to propose that the people of Boundary Creek  subscribe towards paying a force of men to make it passable. Yet the sum contributed last year from Boundary  Creek helped to swell the revenue of the province to a by no  means despicable extent. Under the circumstances it is  only reasonable to ask that a man be appointed���or the  extra duty might devolve upon one of the government  officials in the district���to see that the roads are kept in a  decent state of repair the year round. Sufficient funds  should be placed at the disposal of this official, so that he  would not be hampered on this account.  The idea has somehow become accepted on the " outside "  that Boundary Creek is a camp of low grade smelting propositions, and that consequently until th.e district has railway  facilities and smelters are  established,  investors  must  be  content to wait  for  returns  from  money  invested  in   the  camp.    While, of course, it is true that the  huge  bodies of  ore, of low grade value  as  compared  with  the  small rich  veins of the Slocan for instance, existing in   Boundary will  ere long���the date is not far off now���cause the fame of the  district to be heralded in every part of Europe and America.  At the present time  the fact should   be  better  advertised  that a proportionately fair number of the prospects on  Boundary Creek have ledges of high-grade ore which  can  be successfully treated by  concentration.    Even  to-day it  would pay the owners to ship ore from such  claims  as the  DA., Helen, Combination and several other properties in  Providence camp; while by the erection  of stamp mills in  Smith's camp the ores of the  Republic, Xast Chance and  Tunnel could be lucratively treated.    These claims  are referred to, be it understood, for the sake of example  alone,  for many more might be included in  the same  class.    We  would certainly suggest to  the B. C. Mining & Commercial  Association   the   advisability  of  sending samples  of  the  higher grade ores of the district to  (say)   Spokane,  placing  them on exhibition in the railroad stations or some other  public resort at that place,���railway  stations,  being  pecu  liarly suited for such purposes, in preference. If by thus  doing one man is induced to invest money in Boundary, the  small expense and trouble which the association would  incur in carrying out this suggestion would be repaid with  interest.  -4?  iMS.  The "Public Works I<oan Act," in its amended form has  become law ; nothing more can therefore be profitably said.  Nevertheless the government will one day realize the mistake of passing the obnoxious clause relative to the British  Pacific scheme in the face of the avowed opposition of a  great majority of the people on the Mainland.- The minority  in the House may, at any rate upon this question, be said  to have fairly represented the wishes of the people .of the  Province, and the thanks of his constituents are��due to Mr.  Graham for the insertion of the very important clause making the bona fide and continuous construction " of the road  from Penticton to Boundary Creek cempulsory within 15  months from the passage of the Act." Indeed Mr; Graham  would have limited the time to one year���surely a sufficient  period to give promoters to perfect their plans���had he been  allowed to do so.  But it may be safely predicted that during the next few  months either the V. V. & 10. Co. or theC.?tI?^rznigre likely  the former���-will take advantage pf the assistance offered  by ���the government. A railway line from Penticton, while  not designed to remedy the existing drawbacks from which  this district suffers in the way of lack of facilities for the  transportation of ores, will at least relieve the isolation of  its position and stimulate the development of its resources.  ���sji?  ���Sis5*  0  ���5ft  W-  The Loan Act is a very different measure now from what  it appeared when first held up to the gaze of an  admiring  public.    The amendments have so entirely metamorphosed  its character that if it were not for the " B.P." clause  it is  doubtful whether the Premier himself would recognise his  i* railway policy.''  Thanks to the energetic measures taken  by the people of Boundary Creek and the resolution passed  by the meeting at Greenwood,  Mr.  Heinze will not have  things all his,own way and as at first seemed probable. The  following amendment, introducedby Mr. Sword  (who,   by-  the-way,   is worthy  of his truculent  nameK  places   Mr.  Heinze on the same level with the V. V. & E., the C. P. R.,  or any Qther corporation, person or firm wishing to construct  the road :  In the case of the line from Penticton to the Boundarj' Creek district  being* built by a company entitled to a land grant cfor the construction  of such line, the subsidy herein authorised shall only be paid to such  company oh its giving* up its claim to the land grant for such portion of  its line.  In fact it is not at all unlikely that the Columbia & Western  will not build the last section of the road under the circumstances, and in view of this we submit that the reserved  iands en route should be immediately thrown open to settlement. Even Mr. Heinze himself would, we believe,  scarcely object if this were done. The Penticton-Midway^  section of the Columbia & Western will either be built or it  will not. If it is within the stipulated time, the company  can either take the cash bonus of $4,000 per mile offered by  the government, or the proceeds from the sale of land sold  in the railway belt and a deed to the land unsold when their  intentions have been declared. If the section is not built,  then by throwing the reserved land open at once Mr. IJeinze  will have no cause for complaint and the country will be  benefitted to the extent that second and third class land  which under the provisions of the Columbia &; Western Act  is not now pre-emptable, can be occupied,  "%. THE   BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES  sz^atatam^fijz-^^Ttsu VHJ��*-*i��i:a-''��=a:Aai^^^  -^j^^**L*ig*Sr*s''*'*',*a'gJK2Ea*,aaiy "������ "T-j  THE   QUEENS   BIRTHDAY.  A public meeting was held in the  school-room on Monday night to arrange for the celebration of the Queeii's  birthday at Greenwood on the 24th;; o*f  May. Mr. Galloway was voted to the  - chair and Mr. Hodgson acted as secretary.- ���.'    ;.���.' "������;     "���;.;���;  After calling the  meeting  to  order,  the chairman said that it was  customary in the different British colbnies to  celebrate the birthday Of the Queen by  a public holiday and the' carrying  out  of a prograninie of sports  and  games./  It was for this meeting to  decide  how  best to celebrate the occasion.   Person-  ally he had to  confess  a  predilection  for   horse   racing.      On/Sunday  Mr.  Shaw, C.E., had kindly taken the levels  and looked over a plot of ground north  of  town, to see if it would  be suitable  for a race-track.    He had reported adversely, and it was therefore necessary  to look elsewhere for a course if horse-  racing was to be a feature of the  celebration. ,. . v  . Mr.   Nelson    thought    horse-racing.  should certainly be   an' essential  part  of the'programme.  Mr. Gomstock suggested  that a fair  , half-mile   track  could- be   made   at   a  small expense  along  Silver  street  to  the saw-mill. '     ���  "���'  .Mr. L,eamy moved that Messrs. Nelson, Comstock, Smith, Curry and Galloway form a committee to arrang-e a  programme of sports which would include, besides horse-r<j._ing, Caledonian  games.    The motion was carried.  Mr.,Elkins then pointed out that in  England great preparations were being  made to celebrate -the" great event of  the Queen's diamond jubilee on June  22nd. He was decidedly of the opinion  that something should be done in  Greenwood of a permanent nature in  commemoration of the occasion.  The chairman suggested that Greenwood might well follow the example  set by Victoria and commemorate the  diamond jubilee by putting the streets  in order [laughter].  Mr. Black thought the opening of  public recreation grounds would be a  suitable -way of carrying out the idea.  Mr. Galloway pointed out that land  had already been reserved 611 the town-'  site for this purpose. Mr. Wood said  the suggestion that .a monument of ores  be erected met with his approval ; if  anything was clone it should be well  done. Mr. Galloway feared that in a  very short time such a monument'  would become an eyesore .rather than  a thing of beauty*. Everyone knew  that ore exposed to the atmosphere  would become oxidised.  Mr. Hodgson wished to know if the  24th of May was to be celebrated as  well as the 22nd of June. He was of  the opinion that people could not afford  to subscribe to two celebrations.- That  the Queen had lived, to reign..longer-  than any sovereign in English histoi-3-  was a very notable event, and that  should be commemorated in a iittintr ���  manner in Greenwood.  Mr. L,amb quite agreed^ with Mr.  Hodgson's views. The question, he  said, of raising subscriptions for' the  two events mig-ht possibly be settled  by winding up the celebration oh the  24th May with a concert in the evening  and devoting the proceeds .therefrom  as the nucleus of a fund.for providing  a jubilee memorial of a lasting character. Mr. Galloway, as a school trustee, objected to this  suggestion.    The  school was very much in debt, and he  and his colleagues hoped by giving a  concert to decrease their liabilities.  Mr, Milligan   then   moved   that  the  celebration take place May;24th.  Mr: Hallett offered as an amendment  the 22nd of June, pointing outjthat the  season was much later this year than  last and that prospectors"were only beginning to go into the"hills. He thought  that if the celebration was held in June  the attendance would be rnuch larger.  He was opposed to the idea of horses-  racing in Greenwood. Nature never  intended Greenwood for a race-course  and people would not run good -horses  on the course proposed ; athletic sports  and rock drilling* contests would be  much more to the point.  Upon a vote being taken the amendment was lost.  Mr. Hodgson then moved that Messrs.  Breslauer, Black and Sutherland be appointed to act on the committee already  named to undertake the management  of the Queen's birthday celebration :  and Messrs. Wood, Elkins, Ivamb, Hallett and Hodgson were appointed as a  committee to arrange for the commemoration of the diamond jubilee.  The proceedings then terminated  with a vote of thanks to the chairman.  A Road to iKimberley Cam?.  . Mr. Smailes, of Rendell  &   Co.,   has  started a fund for the construction of a  road -frour  Greenwood to "Kimberley  camp.   The work of cleaning and'grading was commenced 011   Monday.'   Private enterprise has built every road in  Boundary, with  the  exception  of  the  ��� main trunk road.    This   arrangement  naturally is quite  satisfactory,   so  far  as the g-overnment of  the  country  is  concerned, who are thereby enabled to  devote the money collected from Boundary Creek  in  the  form  of "taxes,   to  other purposes ; but those who are asked to put their hands  in   their  pockets  to help defray the expense of  building  or mending public roads, but nevertheless find/that the tax-collector does not  .take this into account but is as inexorable and pressing as ever,   demur with  reason.    The road to this camp will increase the revenue of the  government  office at Midway  by   giving, the-.'prospector access to a lately discovered/but'':,  promising mineral field.    But little development work-has been carried on in  Kimberley. camp, the discovery of mineral only   dating   from'., .last summer;  enough   has,   however,   been  done  to  prove that huge deposits of pyrrhotite  ore exist.   The formation and the character of the outcroppings here  are  the  same as at Trail  creek  where,   in  the  case of the Deer Park and other  properties, the low grade massive sulphides  outcropping gave place at   a  depth   to  a very much richer and more   silicious  ore,-���prospects accounted too low grade  to operate   becoming  valuable  mines.  In Kimberley  camp  the  same  conditions will prevail, albeit from   some of  the claims the ore assa3rs. higher /than  did most of the Trail prospects  at.the  same stag-e of development. "    ,  MINING MOTES.  Two men are at work 011 the Toronto  in Skylark caiilp, bonded through Mr'.'  Hind to a Vancouver syndicate.     "'."*;  The contractors, Messrs. Rankin and  Hanria, completed the sinking of 25  feet in the Republic shaft this week.  The ore has not only improved wonderfully with depth but the ledge has.  also widened considerably. . ....  J\   SPECIAL General Meeting- of the Share-'  .jtTx.i_j holders of the above  Company  will be  held inaiie oiiice of the Company,   Government,  street in .'the Citv of,Greenwood. B.C.',  on   Fri  day,,the 14th da.y of May, A.D. 1897,at the hour-  bf 3 o'clockiixthe afternoon; ;.  Business : The receipt of'the auditor's finan-,  cial statement; the report of the directors; and  such other' business as  may' come before the  meeting-.        V\."  Dated this 22nd April, 1397. '       -.   : :"  C. W.H. SANSOM,, '  33-3     ' MV";  ;:      ���    Secretary.arid Treasurer.  NOTICE.  To Provincial Land Surveyors.  HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor in  Council has been pleased to make the  following* rules and regulations with reference  to the survey of Provincial lands and mineral  claims :  1.���All survey's shall be personally niade by  duly qualified Provincial Laud Surve3'ors.  .    -  2.���All Surveyors shall use the departmental  field book and paper, and at the bottom of each  page of the field-notes shall be--entered the date  and signature of Surveyor.'  3.���The original field  notes shall  be accom-  ��� pauied b;>T an affidavit in the subjoined form.  4.���All Surveyors must promptly carry out  the instructions of the Department in respect  to the character and .amount of. information to  be furnished in the field-notes, and at all times  be ready to make "such corrections and suppl3T  such additional data as seems expedient for the  complete checking of their work in the field.  5.���The Department will invariabty' exercise  the right of refusing, to acce.pt surveys not  made in accordance with the above regulations,  and also will refuse to accept as. satisfactory  any and all surveys made by a Surveyor who  has been guilty of repeated infractions of the  preceding rules.  G.   B.    MARTIN,  Chief Com'-r of Lands and Works.  Lands and Works Dep"t,��  Victoria, B.C., 35th April, 1897.  Survey of Provincial Lands.    .  '   Affidavit.  .  I, of a duly  authorised Provincial Land Surveyor for the  Province of British Columbia, make oath and  say as follows :  '���'   (1) I have surveyed.-... ^............:1 ��� ...^v:..-..^,,..  (2) 1 commenced 'the. said survey on the.........  day of....    ...J...... 189":",'ahd combleted it ori the  ,....:..��� day of.,.-........:...... 189.' .  (3) I personally ran all the lines of the said  sr.rvejv on the dates set out in the annexed field-  b-.-.-ok marked A. . --. :-.. ;������;,.   ,'.':';��� '���.. '��� - ��� '���  .(4) The notes contained in- the.', field-book are  a correct representation of the work done on  the ground by me.  Sworn before   J  Provincial Land Survevor.  34-2  .     ���     -;������'  A  SITTING of tlie County  Court of  Yale  will be holdenat     .;  Osoyoos on Friday, May 14th, 1897,  At the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon.  : By command.  C...A. R. LAMBLY,  Government Office, R. c. c.  Osoyoos,.B.C., April 9th, 1897.       ������ .  31-4  ���'   The above County Court has been  postponed  until Frida3r, Ma3^ the 21st. '' ���"' '        "  MERCHANT TAILOR  GREENWOOD CIO, B.C.  iJSr-  Perfect fit guaranteed. •i. y^rTwjT"T.'^'**-*'*'T--j3
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FAIRVIEW   CAMP.
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down 120 feet and a tunnel
driven to tap the vein at the 200-foot
level, when it is understood a connection will be made with the shaft by an
upraise. The company are grading a
road over the bench from the mine to
the Strathyre 10-stamp mill, which has
been.rented by them for six months.
The mill itself is undergoing repairs,
- new flues being* put in the boiler and
the old shoes and dies also being re-
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A fine road has been "built at, a cost
of about $1,500 by Messrs. Dier & Davidson from Fairview to the Tin horn
claim, a distance of 2% miles, and a
20-stamp mill is shortly to be brought
in and installed upon the property. A
tunnel has been run 200 feet on the
Tinhorn and connection made with the
old shaft at a depth of 63 feet. A shaft
is being sunk on the vein SO feet from
the mouth of the tunnel. The ore encountered is extremely hard blue
quartz, with iron p3rrites and some zinc
blende. . The vein is four feet wide in
the tunnel.
It is,rumored that the owners of  the
Joe Dandy intend to erect a stamp mill
on the ba.nks of  the   Okanagan  river,;
as the water supply at the mine   is   in
sufficient.
. Mr. Dewar, a graduate of McGill
University, who has been engaged to
superintend the work at the Smuggler
mine, has arrived here.
It is reported on good authority that
a group of iron-capped claims towards
Myers' flat have been bonded for
$10,000.
Dr. Mclveod has established a practice at Fairview. Three or four people
in the camp are seriously ill with pneumonia.
The Setting Sun, a small high-grade
proposition at Kerenieos, was sold the
other day for $3,000 cash. The ore, a
highly argentiferous gray copper, isV.
found in a-vein varying from 3 inches
to \l/z feet in width and assays over
1,000 ozs..
Mr. Thos. Elliott is building a larg-e
stable and livery barn.
LOCAL  NOTES.
Mr. W. Ev Medill arrived on Friday,
after spending the winter months in
Nanaimo.
Mr. Archie Jackson, of c Midway, returned from Nicola this week, accompanied by a younger brother.
Mr. Eeonard Norris, government
agent ate Vernon, was in the district
this week on business relative to the
townsite reserved by the government
at Rock Creek.
Mr. A. Fisher, one or the proprietors
of the Greenwood saw-mill, has been
summoned under the health regulations
for throwing sawdust in Boundary
creek. The case was brought up before Mr. Hodgson, J.P., on Monday
but was adjourned for a week, it being
necessary that two magistrates should
sit on the bench.
The old-time prospectors who have
been, like the bears, hibernating during the winter months, are beginning
to turn up again in the camp. Harry
Nash came in from Fairview on Wednesday and will start work on the
Cracker Jack in Greenwood camp next
week. Dave Bryant, who owns a number of claims north-west of Copper
camp, has also returned.
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Beg-s to inform the inhabitants of Greenwood and
district that he has bbug*ht the business lately carried on
by R. N. Taylor & Co., and hopes to have the confidence
placed in him as in the old firm; and can assure his
customers that he keeps only the best and purest Drug's
and Chemicals in stock.
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• !' Ii l PJ-ww:'" >~li't ir-yn.T"-'^**^^��� ���"��� awmwiwui  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  QaRtcaaosnBBn  ��*���.  0  gffljg��?*rn��i��m^'1ir^rT*irgrT��T��s"-'*'~^��^='^^  ��  GREENWOOD GITY is the central town and supply  point of the Boundary Creek mining camps* From this  new "town   roads   lead  to   the  UMMIT,  mam JT    n JT   'Bk   Sumu y  k/\  LLINGTON   and  Lots  are  selling  freely   and  are   a  good  investment  -o-  For price of Lots and other information, address  Robt Wood or C S,  Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B.  Or  apply  to  the  Agents?  C.  F.  COSTERTON,  Vernon,  B.C  A.   K.  STUART,  Vancouver,  ��-9  mm  MfccSs**-.  &��^*JK"ffi-  B*-,V .-���-.���  pj \ ���J*iT.   ..'  ..*..  . ~��i-  '.-;j  ��;.Vi>,  ^^ '��� ... <a .  ������  :, .    ����� i . '* .  6fl"  JytM  ft  Fife *     :.F-  m  it* &tmm>*s*aiaf*ixti{Hur.^ am  THE   BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES,  ;.;..��;  $��� �����' M  2-.J -.ifi  f/1  .:Ii  R'.��':i}!'  Jit  m  m  as-  ��� It,'  ft 4  1:1  V?E';tt  !���������!  lit  wki.  7 It ���*���  iff   '!>'  if'1  K ��  (I  PcJ- *  t  GREENWOOD NEWS AND GOSSIP.  Messrs. Perry and Armitage, of  Armstrong, are visiting Greenwood.  A millinery and dressmaking shop is  to be opened in Greenwood by Mrs. G.  R. Propper, who arrived from Grand  Forks yesterday.  Mr. Monaghan, president of the Cariboo ^Mining Co., accompanied by a  party from. Spokane, went up to Camp  McKinney this week. o  Mr. Robt. Hall arrived from Kelbwna  this week, and after one round trip to  Penticton for freight will settle on his  ranch up Boundary creek.  The Queen's birthday celebration  committee have already collected nearly $300 in Greenwood, and, much canvassing still remains to be done. The  committee have worked in a commend-  ably energetic manner.  A number of lots have been sold in  "Greenwood this week and strangers  ..now* arrive daily ori the stages. Among*  those who contemplate remaining permanently is a Mr. Harvey, of California, who intends to open a restaurant  ��� here... '���' ,: " . - ���     .'",'���;C. '���  , The Greenwood City. Mercantile Co.  have now--twelve teams "oh; the road  from Marcus. Notice has also been  received of the arrival at. Marcus of a  car-load of liquors and a car-load of  giant powder, consigned to the firm.  Mr. Robt. Densler, who had the misfortune to break a bone of his leg��� last  week, will be moved from Marcus to .  Greenwood camp next week. The  fracture is not of so serious.a nature as ,  was at first reported, the smaller bone  of the limb having been cleanly broken  and not the tibia or shin bone..  The first of Messrs. Rendell & Co.'s  freight teams arrived from Penticton  on Thursday, having been 15 days on  the road. Freight charges have consequently risen to 3c. The new addir  tibn 20x45 to the firm's store has been  completed and will be used exclusively  as a dry goods department.  In the legislature last week Mr.  Graham made a determined stand  against the passage of clause 21 of the  Cascade Water Power & Ivight Co.'s  bill, which would give the company  prior rights to the use of the water of  Boundary creek; Mr. Graham urged  that the waters of Boundary creek be  exempted from the Act. In spite of the  opposition of the Attorney-General,  who remarked that Greenwood was at  present unincorporated but that when  it was the Cascade company would  have to go to the city for a by-law, Mr.  Graham carried his point.  The Midway Shooting Case.  At Midway on Thursday and Friday  the case of W.. G. McMynn, charged  with assault with intent to do grievous  bodily harm on a prospector named R.  J. Hood, was given a preliminary hearing before C. A. R. I^ambiy, S.M., and  J. Kerr, J.P. The evidence was very  voluminous but did not .differ materially from the depositions made before  Mr. L/anibiy at" the enquiry ordered by  the government into the circumstances  of the shooting in February. Up to  the time of going to press the examination of witnesses had not been concluded.   Strike on the Boundary Falls.  A Vancouver correspondent  writes :  "The Boundary Falls Mining Co. is  jubilant over the great strike on  their  property. The claim was recently purchased on a showing of $3.3 on the surface. A gang of men was put to work  and at 20 feet the vein had widened  from three to four feet, and ore picked  off the face of the tunnel assayed up to  $120 in gold and silver, no assay being  under $100. The vein is a true fissure  and is concentrating ore. Fully 90 per  cent, can be saved on the plates of the  crushen The mine is located four  miles from Greenwood."  McNICOL.-McLAREN.  On Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock  Mr. Jas. McNicol, of Midway, was  married by the! Rev. T. Paton in the  Presbyterian church at Grand Forks  to Miss Jeahnette Mclvaren,' eldest  daughter of Mr. Donald MLcI^aren, One  of the proprietors of the Carson town-  site. The bride was beautifully dressed in a white satin gown, trimmed  with orange blossoms, and looked very  charming; she was attended by her  sister as bridesmaid, who wore, a pretty  pink dress and carried a bouquet of  flowers. Mr. Forbes M. Kerby acted  as best man to the groom. After the  ceremony a dance, which was largely  attended, was given in the rooms of  .the Grand Prairie hotel at Carson.  Both the groom and bride; are well  known and popular throughout the district and the wedding presents were  numerous and costly*-. Mr. and Mrs.;..  McNicol left amid showers of rice and  old shoes on Thursday to spend the  honeymoon,in v Spokane. Upon their  return they will reside in Midwaj*-.  TARIFF   CHANGES.  Under the new tariff bill just introduced, mining machinery of, any kind  and bla sting powder are placed on the  free list; flour is reduced from 70 to ,60  cents per barrel: coal-oil reduced one  cent ';'��� like reductions have been made  on other necessaries, while luxuries  are taxed to an increased extent. Until January, 1898, there will be a reduction of one-fourth on ail goods imported from Great Britain.  MINING NOTES.  Fred. Shonquest went up to I^ong  lake "oh Friday to do an assessment on  the Dinero Chico.  Charlie Rendell is doing an assessment on the Whale, on Pass,: creek.  The claim has an immense iron capping.  -" Sunday closing" is now observed  in Camp Fairview?; work at the mines  being stopped for the day last Sunday  for the first time.  The Morning Glory mine, near Vernon, is given a prominent position in  Toronto brokers' daily lists, shares  being quoted at 15 cents.  Messrs. McKenzie, and Cameron, visitors from Toronto representing an  eastern syndicate, have purchased the  Anchor and Enterprise claims in I^ong  I^ake camp.  The.Margaret claim at Rock Creek,  bonded by Tom Currie to Mr. Thompson, was sold by him this week to Mr.  Cowan, of Manitoba, at a good figure.  The sale was effected by the judicious  use of giant powder.      >,  Crown Grants.���When applying for  crown grants, request that the advert  tising thereof be published in Thk  Boundary Creek Times,���the mining  paper of the district.  B.   O AMP BELL,  / /1  ARCHITECT,  Greenwood city, '������-   B- C.  * *  *  N.B.���Plans and , specifications   prepared   for  ever3'r kind of Building-.  Proprietors of the  VERNQN   SAW,  PLANING   AND  /MOULDING yniLLS  Sash and Door Factor at Vernon.  Saw Mill at Okaiiag*an I^alce.  ���''���     ���jVa���:  -' ' , .. ���.'���''  ,,���'.,..��� �����!�����:���. .    .,'���;.  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 asg-obd material as can be had  at the Coast or Spokane."  Orders from Boundary Creek and the  Southern Interior solicited.".;.' .'.'  ~~yt$'    '������/���'"^'. y ' '���'''  Smith &McLeod, Vernon.  lp*<&m��9>**&m<*w**^**y��^��*****%Mm**<m>m*>m*4**m-4m  I  A  A '  ��  THE  NUfl  ;   Copper Street, Greenwood.  : D. W- HICKS, Proprietor.  " '������' ^    &<���    **/�����'    '   ���  . "si*?'      *fc .    "s��"P   ^  Open Nig-ht'arid.,Da3r.    :$:    Meals at all Hours.  Game, Fish and'Oysters in Season.  i LitMZyiia'Ste-  SQUARE   HOUSE.  (0  J  Ul  a:  o  Greenwood City, B.C.  Geo. E. Seymour & Co., Props.  First-class  Accommodation.  Stag-es from all parts pass the  door.   ,'���  CO  o  c  m  ������  o  m  CO  SQUARE   TREATMENT.  Livery and Feed  Greenwood City, B.C.  '*����������'   ^   *v*-  ?4<F      ?tF      *��i>  Saddle Horses $1.50 per day.  Teaming- at the Shortest Notice.  McKee & Curry, Prop's.  A Good Billhead  ((���'������,. '     ���      . '  Helps Business $ s  The merchant who uses "cheap and  nasty "printing- does his trade serious  injury. It is dear at a g-ift. A neatly  printed, stylish-looking- letterhead or  invoice suggests g-ood methods, helps  collections, and imparts an air of  prosperity. The Times Job Department is equipped with the latest and  newest tv-pe faces, carries g-ood paper  and g-uarantees satisfaction. We  would like to fill your next order. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  tibat])  HAROLD M.  LAMB  W.   U.    HARBER    ���������  ���    EDITOR  MANAGER  Subscription, $2.00 per Year, in Advance.  ;   SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1897.  Contract for Tunnel on the Sunset.  On Tuesday Mr. J. H. McFarlane, on  behalf of the Anaconda Mining* Company/let a contract to Mr. G. Rankin  for 250 feet of tunnelling* on the Sunset, in Deadwood camp. L/ater on a  contract will be let for either a shaft or  tunneling* on the Crown Silver. The  company hold a bond on both properties  Sale of a Sixth Interest iii the Brooklyn.  L<ast week Mr. W. T. Smith purchased  from Mr. Mang-ott, of Fairview, a sixth  interest  in the  Brooklyn, Greenwood  camp, for Mr. Roberts, chief eng-ineer  of the Spokane & Northern  R.R.   Co.,  the price being* $2,600 cash.    Mr. Roberts was one of the original shareholders in the  Rossland  War  E}ag*le,   and  when that property changed owners he  realized for his  share $60,000.    He   is  also larg*ely interested in the Republic  and other promising claims  in  Boundary.    The Brooklyn  has  one  of  the  largest surface showings in ^the  camp  and the result of the development work  which has been  carried  on  up to the  present time has been eminentlj'- satisfactory.    It is hoped that in the course  of a few weeks a force of  men  will be  employed to thoroughly  open  up  and  exploit the claim.  The Adams Mining Company.  Mr, Walter Adams arrived from  Montreal on Tuesday, g-oing* over to  the Okanag*an to, make arrangements  for working* the properties there owned  by the company recently formed by  Capt. Adams in lyondon. It is also  proposed to exploit the Cordick, in  Summit camp, this summer with a diamond drill. Mr. Adams was pleasur-  ably surprised at the growth that" has  taken place in Greenwood since his  last visit.  The Coast and Boundary Creek.  Mr.   MacFarlane,  of the  Anaconda  Mining* Co., who contemplates residing*  here for some months, makes a  statement that perhaps will rather astonish  a good  many.     He says  that  in  the  coast   cities   everyone  is    talking*   of  Greenwood as the  town  of Boundary  Creek district.    This is good news, for  it speaks well that the first and  rightful place is accorded to a town that hast  never   been   boomed   like���well,   like  others in the same locality which could  be  mentioned.     The  impression  that  people on the coast do  not  realize  the  potentialities of the resources of Boundary Creek is,   according to  Mr.  Mac-  farlane, unfounded.    On the contrary,  the business nien  especially  are  very  keen to see  the  direct  railroad  built.  The Harrison lake excitement  is  confined chiefly to Americans from Whatcom who have acquired larg-e interests  in that section.  Leaving for England.  It is with very sincere regret we  learn that Mr. Stephen Taylor has at  leng-th conceded to the urgently expressed wishes of his friends at home  and decided to return to England. Mr.  Taylor, althoug-h his residence here has  been of comparatively short duration,  is deservedly popular with his fellow-  townspeople in Greenwood, and his de  parture, which will not however take  place for two or three  weeks  to  come  yet, will be  g-enerally  deplored.    His  time   meanwhile  will   be  occupied  in  settling* up the affairs of  his  deceased  brother,  negotiations  for  the  sale  of  the drug* business here being*  now on.  Mr. Taylor intends taking-  back  with  him to  England  a collection  of ores  from Boundary   Creek,   and  hopes  by  his representations of the great mineral  resources  of    the    district   to   induce  wealthy men in England to  invest in  property here.  Nuggets of Silver.  Another magnificent specimen of  ore from the D.A., literally sparkling*  with specks and small nuggets of native silver, was brought down this  week, having* been picked off the dump  by, Mr. Shaw, C.E., who visited the  property on Sunday. The D.A..'tunnel;  is now in between 70 and 80: feet and  the ore blasted out recently is very  fine indeed.  A Beautiful Townsite.  ��� There is quite a building* boom at  Midway at the present time, new businesses are being* established and a  number of handsome private residences  are also in course of construction. The  majority of the residents of the town  are fencing* in their property, planting-  gardens and preparing* the ground for  lawns. When the flat is supplied with  water from the irrigation ditch, now  nearly completed, Midway will be as  beautiful a spot and as desirable a site  for residential purposes as can be found  in the province.  The Church of England in Greenwood.  The Rev. H. Irwin, of Rossland, held  services in Greenwood on Wednesday  evening* and Thursday morning*. After  the service on Wednesday evening* a  meeting; of the members of the Anglican church here was held, Mr. Hodgson  being appointed secretary. It was decided to obtain a list of those belonging* to the Church of England in this  district and an effort will be made to  secure the offices of a resident clergyman. Upon Mr. Irwin's next visit a  committee will be chosen and the question of building- a church at Greenwood  taken up.       .-." "      ':    - ���'''   "'  Capital Interested in Pass Creek.  Bob Robinson returned this week  after spending: the winter months in  Spokane and Rossland. He has succeeded in interesting* a syndicate���a  representative of whom will shortly  visit the camp���in his two properties,  the Golden Giant and the Northern  Belle, on Pass creek. Meanwhile the  claims are being-developed.  MINING NOTES.  The final assessment on the Trilby,  in Skylark camp, has been completed.  Estops and Smith went up to Pass  creek on Thursday to work on No. 3.  Mr. Leslie Hill, consulting engineer  of the Prospecting Syndicate of B.C.,  returned from Rossland on Tuesday.  Work on the Last Chance, the property of the Republic Mining* Co., will  be started next week and tenders for  sinking from the bottom of the present  shaft will be called for.  Three 8-hour shifts are to be put on  the Golden Crown in the course of a  week or so, in fact directly the tunnel  is well under way. At present only  four men are at work on the property.  **  Garland & Co., !  Dealers in ���  J     And MINERAL   CLAIMS,  i Greenwood, B.C.  MINERAL   CLAIMS  !  |   v   ' ���.,-'.?  J For Sale at a Bargain. |  I In the Best Mining Camps, i  H.   HALLETT,  NOTARY    PUBLIC.  GREENWOOD,   B.O.  prpRBES   M.   KERBY,  /���...|. Assoc. Mem. Can. Soc. Civil Engineers,  (provincial fk&nb JJumgot  AND  CIVII, ENGINEER,  ��� (norar-g (pufiftc.-- midway,   b. c.  T    R. McLEODy  -   Barrister and Solicitor.  Anaconda, B. C.  R.  W.   JAKES,   M.D.,   C.M>,  BY  APPOINTMENT  Resident Physician to Kettle  River District.  Office       :        :       Greenwood. B.C.  British Columbia  Investigations  a  Specialtjr  J* C* HAAS* EJVL*  Mining Engineer,  Greenwood City, B.C. Spokane, Wash  Mining* Properties Examined and Reported o;i.  Mining- Negotiations Transacted.  Correspondence Solicited.  Alining and Estate Brokerage.  BOUNDARY   CREEK  GREENWOOD CITY, BX.  Assaying and Analysis of Ores.  Mines Examined and Reported on.  A thoroug-h acquaintance  with  the Boundary  Creek and Kettle River mining* districts.  G.   A.  GUESS, M.A.  H..A.   GUESS,   M.A.  Assayers & Chemists*  Thoroug-hly familiar with Boundary Creek  and Fairview mining- districts. Properties  examined, assays and analyses of ores, fuels,  furnace products, etc.  Greenwood, B. C.  W.  W.  GIBBS.  Mh'ur  GREENWOOD  B.C.  ���"���je*  t��MJM��;�����M'!lCTy��L'J1J)JWJmiam;ii,?!.ju.j..-ii,i.ijLkjui..iML-T *eng-ffr��W!H��re>gJA"'SggSi^^  gawicsaclrmTiiw^tM^ ft uftrmtrK Mi  'M-  V**  (      f ������.������'/  I'll  |.'?.''/..i  II''f  .1-  Hi  #42  ill1*  13  "f  IN  1;  ;K��!  ^ ���:  Mil  1  1? !''���  ill  I  ill ?  5Jfl"  m  ff*  >i  'a  ���4   I  i"**i  I  iB'-fc  ���W3^}  ^  ���������<a^a-4e^a-4c>-e-<3e^o^��^e<<e^<  ���o-��c>-(ssc��-'fr<o��-ffi-<e>-��-<o>Q^��^��-<e>-e  A full line of ^  "San Francisco, Galii^celebrated make  of  MEN'S   WORKING  AND  DRESS  ���4S��-fr4CMM0l����4e��'0:4����-*-4e>��S'<��J  i>#<����Ml����i��'��i  <>����-4��^��ys��><Me��-��4��>-a  ���4*��-*-4*Ka^e^*-49��.��^a  We  also  carry the Famous  California Horse-shoe  Brand  of  othingto  equal  them  in  Quality or Price in the Market  -<sse��-<e!f-a-<��^��-<tt*-%-�� c>��-ieK��-* wo  -*��>*-<0>-��-sc  ADiEs; Russet Oxfords  IN    Alvlv    STYI/ES.  WfeaafetB of 1}7tne0, Biquora dnb  ??????????????????????????  ��iF  IP  r-B-4SP-Q<t>-&<e*-0*tO��-<S-<lO*-0  ~<��>-��-<o��-o-*i!>-��^��>.e^e  rj..".ji..i^.  x| vi i^v*j,iir-  luj    ���   i IV I "xire~b sj u iNOAin  ^cneE-jDxt  I XlVIETO^  r-tn>��j?T,.T!";  5>.*bw --," ��� -'-���������--������������--���n rT-T-niriTi-n���kitmimh  THE VICTORIA, CAMP McKINNEY,  The  Victoria  claim  was  located in  1884 by F, W. Goericke, but it  was not  until 1887 that much work   was  done ;  in that year an incline shaft was sunk  on the property to a depth of  110  feet.  Assays from, the best ore ran  from $44  to $480, with very little silver, and the  poorest $7 to $12 ; one  sample  sent  to  San   Francisco   carried   telluride.    In  1887 the claim was patented by Messrs.  J. C. Haynes, F.  W.  Goericke   and  C.  B. Bash.   Recent development consists  of : Tunnel No. 1,   236  feet  across the  formation, and a drift on the  ledg*e  at  present in 108 feet ; tunnel  No. 2, also  across the formation, 205 feet to.h angling* wall, and an upraise along- hang-ing-  wall to tap the old incline shaft, about  70 feet. The perpendicular depth where  ledg-e is cut in both  tunnels is 100 feet.  The assays from the ledg*e at the depth  of crosscut vary from  a  few dollars to  $280 in g*old and $2.30 in silver per ton.  Sinking* has been beg-un on   the   ledg-e  at the No. 2 tunnel.   An upraise for air  will.be made at No. 1 as soon as the 150  foot point is reached in the drift, when  sinking-  will   prp.bably   g*o   on   at   the  same point.    A larg*e part of the ore is  concentrating- and a mill   to   reduce it  will be built as   soon   as  the  company  find the quantity sufficient to  promise  a steady supply.    Three spurs, dipping*  towards the ledg*e, were crossed in the  crosscut.    The width of the ledg*e proper varies from  4   to  8  feet,   and  the  width of the spurs from   a  few  inches  to  2 feet.     The  tunnels are  650  feet  apart and enter  the   hill   at  the  Rock,  creek level.  The Victoria is situated on the rig-lit.  bank of the creek, .about Zl/2 miles  south-east from Camp McKinney and  halfra-mile from the stage road to  Greenwood. Work beg*ari on clearing*  and grading* the road to the camp early .  last October. The building-s consist of  a dwelling--house and office for the superintendent, three bunk-houses,, store  and cook house, blacksmith shop, . coal  shed, powder house, larg-e barn, two  small cabins at the tunnels, etc. Actual mining- commenced early in November. No free g*old is noticeable in  the rock, but experienced mill men say  that stamping- will bring- it out. There  are 12 men on the pa}- roll, besides the  superintendent.  There are three claims on the same  ledg*e, the Victoria, California and  Queen, all owned by the Rock Creek  Mines Co. Development work 'has only  been done on the Victoria, except that  done in the early days. The company  have put more than half their shares  in the treasury, but there are as yet no  shares on the market. A limited number will, it is understood, be offered f or ���  sale when it is known what will be the  probable expenditure necessary for development and the erection of a reducing- plant. The managing* eng-ineer  of the company is expected in directly  snow g*oes.  ��� '' ���  MINING NOTES.  The crosscut tunnel on the Combination has reached a distance of 20  feet from the mouth.  A party composed of Messrs. Mliler,  Gordon, Gloug*h, Fdwards and Garrison have left to prospect up Kettle  river.  F. A. Bartholomew struck a g*ood  body of sulphide ore last week on the  Jubilee, on Eholt creek. A shaft is  being- sunk on the claim.  Mr. McCarren intends to utilise the  water power at Boundary Falls and is  now preparing* to lay pipes. It is possible that works of some kind for treating- free milling* ore will be established  in the vicinity of the fall this summer.  ineral Glasses and Prospecting Compasses.  I nave just imported, direct from Paris, a larg-e and well-assorted  stock of the above g-oods. ;  aV*     i?!�� '   'd&  tie"      tie"      �������?..'������'  RIFLE?  Have everything- in stock, from a 22 Marlin to a 30 cal. m. '95 Winchester    j  '-���"    -. TIS0AI.U Vancouver, j  r  5$?  A.   FlSIIEK.  A. R. Tillman.  IV1ILI.S     AND.   YARDS     AT  Greenwood Gity    %    Anaconda^ B,G,  Manufacturers  of  Roucrh  and   Dressed  Shingles* Lathr Mouldings^ Sash and Doors,  ��&     $?&    -dfe  tie      tie      tie  ALL KINDS OF FACTORY WORK MADE TO ORDER-���'���������,   '  L limb 3 r. delivered to any pi ace in, th e Ci t y. or t o Mi n i ng C amp s  wz*zxvw&iws*'yimtt*3ii^.*xmsu!ur!l3'*  J. Kekk.  J. P. Ftooio.  L.0��  Bi_jTe  GREENWOOD. GRAND FORKS, <& A\IDWAY.  Meat delivered at Rock Creek  and all Mining- Camps.  fWJUUVJNl  STRONG.     B.C.  js*/*.      ��fr     ^Y4-  tie"      tie"      -tie"  Patronize home industry and the only co-operative Flour Mill in the  Province by using- our  JK j\ J��� JK  Our Mill  is fitted throug-hout with  the latest improved machinery  and  is  in  charg-e of a thoroug*hly experienced miller.  Ask  for   bur   Flour  and   keep   the   money   in   the   district.  Ot��@**9*��&<Bt��9-*S*-Q-*  The Okanagan Flour Mills Co., Ltd.  Aniistrons, B.C.  JS.     HARRISON,  Jie&tcfter of QR  Abstracts Promptly   Furnished.  Notary Public.  MIDWAY, B.C.  Anaconda Commercial Club.  MEETS in Wilson's Hall, Anaconda, e%ery  Wednesda\-evening-at 7.30 o'clock. The  Secretao' will beg-lad to answer enquiries respecting- the Boundary Creek district.  Thos. J. Hardy, F. J. Miller,  President. Secretarv.  *Vvs  fe  -���J.  ��  fr'S"-*'.'.v  WW8SSB&llBmmiMWmWMIU&in\  fCTUl^i'i-W-'-Mi^ ' 1/  iKi  iff if:  n.  i\  it  if?'  -1; riv  ���:'!l ���  fe;;  �����.'.'. I.  f!.:i.  ��  fill  MS  Itiiiv  !f|l  tip  m  *i',i  i.��  Is  >!;������  pi.' v.  m  ���f   I'  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIME  /:  GREENWOOD NOTES AND GOSSIP.  Mr. Phelan has enlarg-ed his house  on Government street by the addition  of two rooms.  Mr. G. B. Taylor has opened the new  store at Rock Creek and is already  doing a capital business.  Messrs. McKague & James have  greatly improved their bath rooms and  have added new appliances for heating  water quickly.  Mr. Paton moved into his new house  on  Greenwood  street on Wednesday..  The building is one of the neatest and  most comfortably arranged residential  houses in Greenwood.  Mr. J. C.Haas, who returned from  Spokane on Sunda}', states that there  is a great rush to the Fort Steele country which is "now being furiously boomed,, not however without good cause.  A confectionery establishment is to  be opened shortly on Copper street by  Miss Brennan,who has a reputation  for skill as w pastry cook A paint  shop has also been-added to the places  of business on Copper street.  A number of people from Greenwood  took advantage of the glorious weather  on ^Monday and formed a picnic-party,  spending the day at Midway. A most  enjoyable time was passed, notwithstanding the waters of Kettle river  were too muddy to afford successful  fishing.  Harry Rose, a freighter on the Penticton route, was ten days making his  last trip to Greenwood. If culverts  were put in at different places on the  road the journey could be done now in  a little more than half that time. The  cost of j)utting in the necessary culverts would liot exceed |5150..  Those who have not alreadj- made  application to have their names placed -  on the provincial voters' list are notified that forms may be obtained from  Mr. Hallett, Mr. Black, or Mr. L,amb.  It is most imperative that the name of  every eligible voter in the district be  registered.  On Monday Messrs. Rendell & Co.  employed a. force of men to improve  the road between Carson and Greenwood. This step had become absolutely necessary, since freighters from  Marcus have refused (owing to the  condition of the road over the summit  of Boundary mountain) to haul beyond  Carson, and consequently- several  wagon loads of goods consigned to the  firm have been left at that place during the past two weeks. It is a strange  and at the same time most undesirable  state of affairs when private firms are  compelled to g-o to the expense of maintaining the public roads, paying taxes  meanwhile.  The wholesale business houses of  Spokane are beginning to make strenuous efforts to secure the Boundary  Creek trade, and ever}' week representatives of the larger firms arrive in  Greenwood soliciting orders. Mr. E.  E. Williams, representing Holley, Mason, Marks & Co., a large firm of hardware merchants with headquarters in  Spokane, who visited the district for  the first time this week, said that the  trains running- between Spokane and  Marcus are literally crowded with passengers bound���for the most part���for  Boundary Creek. Until the last week  or so, however, people have been deterred from setting out for this district  owing to the reported impassable state  ��� ?  \  J  Rossland.:  ttivestment and  LIMITED    LIABILITY.  Greenwood.  F\NANCIAL '-&":��� INSURANGE AGENTS.  GEO.   R.   NADEN,,,Manager.  m<Ji*.-jJ+A*jESa3S&Kn��rinmi \tf.r^dibLii^    1 I .i .�� JW5I  rr...i_'.^.j...j.. .ji^ET-c:  ^JfJ-m n r j.rgiaxflaKaar'j:  of the roads. Mr. Williams found the  roads to be by no means in so bad a  condition as he was informed at Marcus was the case. He hopes to visit  the district regularly at intervals of 60  days in future.  THE   SPRING   OUTLOOK.  ������'���'"���'      [contributed:]   '",."..  In conversation   with   a  number  of  parties   who   have   recently   been   in  Rossland and the   Slocan   country, wte  are informed that it   will  not  be   long  now before this country will be   at   its  height-of a firm  and  lasting  business  boom.,,  Inquiries are being made daily  regarding the condition  of  the  roads,  and the amount of snow in   the   mountains, and when it would be   advisable  for men looking- for business locations  and mining investments to   visit   this  section.    As a   rule   the  class   coming  here are men   of   means; who   have   in  view a permanent residence or investment in   mining  property1;   and  it   is  well to understand that there is  little  ^demand for any others1, as the country  is well supplied with people who depend  on their labor for a living.    It   is true  there is a large population in Rossland  but a large per cent, of  the people are  without   any   means   of  support   and  many would  not  work  were  they encouraged to do so.   It is the same in all  new towns adjacent.to a railroad. This  cotintry is too  far  away   to catch this  undesirable class of people at present ;  but there are-scores of g"ood  enterprising citizens anxious  to  come,   and  to  these it is necessary to explain  that it  is yet too early to get out into the hills  and see the mines  or  to  prospect.    If  the   present;   weather     continues   the  country   will  soon  be relieved  of  its  burden of snow and there will then be  no trouble or drawbacks to easy access  to any part of the country;,  The work done on the principal mines  of   the  Boundary  Creek   district  this  winter is  a  sufficient  guarantee  that  we can show more ore and larger  bodies of mineral in this district than any  other part of the province, and capitalists   and  investors  are  beginning   to  realize this.    Greenwood, as a  central  point in this vast  mineral  section, is j  already well known, and when the people do commence coming into the country it will keep the citizens   here   busy  taking  care  of  them.    A  glimpse  of  half-a-dozen properties in  Greenwood,  Copper,   Deadwood   and  other  camps  will soon convince them that the Boundary   Creek  country   has   never   been  over-estimated or exag-gerated.  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.  ipe & James,  SHAVING PARLOR.  G J 7,5 RNiMENT   STREET,   Gr EEhWOOD.  Hot and Cold Baths at. all hours of the da3'.  Toadies and Children's Hair-cuttiiig-aspecialty  ��  T  I M..1. .1.1 T....--L y  ,H,  , ,trt' �����-��.����� _>��-*  R  Greenwood, B.C.  im-ii_n i j. a... i �� I. I   ..UJ....I mu.   i. - ii -i������  Office, Store, and Saloon Fixtures  a specialty.  Plans and Specifications  made and  Estimates  g-iven.  KAY & BLOUGH,  .DERS  Plans Prepared & Estimates Given  ��BaraagMirriri���iiFjrii��a��i'wwTirt;T.,niaMaja  Ladies', Men's, Children's and  Boys' Boots and Shoes, of the  celebrated Ames, Holden & Co,  make. AH sizes, shapes and  prices? tan and black,  *V4     *>�����     *V*  tie      tie      tie  For Sale by  .<$&  W  idlway* B,G  1   it  r  fe.'  ft\J THE   BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES,  THE RECODRS FOR THE WEEK.  \!y  Ii--'  11v   i  m ft'  IS'  SI'  P  i��is ���  1  KQ  ll:  la;  la*  |.y.' ���  APKIL    13.  Canyon, fract., Grand Forks, J. and G. Pounder  Review, Grand Forks, D. E. Lareva-  Beicher, Morrissy creek, W. Parr, A. L. Rog-ers  and Jno. Ashfield.  Tro3', North Fork, A. Olson.  Two Brothers, Frank and Fred,  Carter camp,  W.J. Schniuck.  Geo. Washing-ton, Seattle camp, J. G. Wrig-ht.  Little King- and J. S., Grand Forks, Jas. Seal.  APKIL 15.  Don Julio, fract., Deadwood camp, F. Keffer.  Jig*, Midway, J. M. Stephens.  Rialto, Alpena, Pass creek, S. E. Walker. . .,',  Champion, Summit camp, A.   Dorais, E. Davis,  and E. Buron.  Eliza,   Virginia,   Doreldo,   Kid, Three    Jolly  Bo3rs, Summit camp, A. Dorais, E. Davis and  Joe Buron.  Key (fract.), Grand Forks, R. G. Poe and Young-  Missouri, Mea Steams, Grand Forks, J. Perkins  Eneate, Delaware, Grand Forks, J. W. Jones.  Burling-ton and .Hamilton,   Grand  Forks, Jas.  Addison.  Queen's    Diamond    Jubilee,    fract.; '.Skylark  camp, A. S. Black.  Spring-dale, Sk\*lark camp, W. B. Paton.  White Cloud, Iugraham Mtn., W. McCormick.  APKIL 16;  Monitor, Deadwood camp, F. Vaug-han and  H.  Jeffries.  Iron Top, Sl<ylark camp, J.  J. White  and   W.  Strather.  APKIL 17.  North End, Graham's camp, J. C. Haas.  Jubilee, Graham's camp, J. W.,Reed.  Midhig-ht, Deadwood cainp, D. Stewart.  O. R. & N., Brown's camp, H. McGuire.  Spokane, Brown's camp, S. M. Kirkhani.  Portland, Brown's camp, Jeff Day is.  Hopeless, fract., Brown's camp, E. W. Nelson.  APRIL 19.  L/ero3r, Copper camp, D. D. Eti3'eart.  Excelsior, Providence camp, M. H. Raue.  Durham, Graham's camp, J. Beckwith.  Truth Conquers, Rock creek, J.  Beckwith  and  W. H. Norris.  Northumbrian, Graham's camp, ditto.  Alma, Graham's camp, W. H. Norris.  Puma, Graham's camp, J. M. McDonald.  APRIL    20.  Amy and Alv3--, Kettle river, R. Watson.  Trilb3r, Kettle river, II. Pitteudrig-h.  Hilda, Kettle river, H.  Pitteudrig-h  and  Brown.  River View, Christina Lake, A. W. Armstrong-  and F. Hutchinson.  British Columbia, Brown's camp, W. H.  Hick-  ersou. ' :.' ' ���-������"���' .'  Independence, Carter's camp, R. Petrie.  Ive Grand, Carter's camp, W. J. Schniuck.  Doming-o, North Fork, H. Hoffmann.  .Alberta, Grand Forks, A. Olson and H. Cannon  Scranton, Summit camp, Chas. Ben uett.  Nonpareil, Boundar3r Falls, C. W. Cottam.  Is not as large as our competitors'* but  we have the most complete and best  assorted stock of Staple and Fancy Gro^  cerles north of Spokane i and don't  forget that we can do better for you on  ..'���''n ' -    '   ' '      /'' "   .. '��� v    ��������� ' . .���������'������'��� , '-  Clothing and Furnishings  causioa  s^&^ia*vatti&eziov*^<^M^i^?r&xa^^  than any other place on Boundary creek  A call  will  convince  you,  Respectfully  yours/  R.  OLSON & PHELAN.  Certificates of Work.  APRIL 13. '''���"'  Old Jim���R. Clark.  APKIL 14.  Mavis���J. B. Mulvahey and J. Christie.  Bruce���A. M. Syraoas and R. Denzler.  Hig*liland Queen���C. L. Thomet and  McLaiue.  APKIL   IS.  Nig-htiiig-ale���R. Smailes.  Mountain View���R. Smailes and T. Hard3r.  Little Chief���J. Fisher and J. B. Derosier."  APKIL  17.    .  Granite���M. A. Kane.  Iron P3rrites���E. C. Brown, J.  P.  Harlan  and  W.,.G. McM3ain. ^   .  Marg-uerite���E. C. Brown, J. P. Harlan  and D.  M. McMartin^  Aspen���Jno. Ke*oug*h.  Ottawa���Alex. Audet and J. Bo3Ter.  iitjn ii,Lii>im,ii.iia  *gap��g��wajww..npj. i nwji��.im��!wmiwjjfcm  [iiiliiiiliilliiliii  mimmaumimimii  -~^K3>  F.  CONTRACTOR   &  BUILDER, B  Government   Street,   Greenwood,   B.C.  Conveyances.  APRIL  15.  Nig-hting-ale, Mountain  View,  Sterling- :% int.,  A. G. Pembertou to R. Smailes.  APRIL 17. ��� "   . ������  Paramatta, 2-9 int., M. Griffin to R. R. Burrus.  Granite, Yz int., M. H. Kane_to J. B. Breslauer.  Iron P3rrites, |^ int., D.  A. Holbrook  to  E.   C.  Brown and J. P. Harlan.  Marg-uerite, % int., E. C.Brown to D. McMartiu  Little Bate, G. Hicken to H. McGuire.  Columbia ^3 int., Iron King- Y-,  Kupper  Queen  Yi Max Ruutz to J. E. Gibson^ trustee.  Bowes," Y int., E. Bowes to W. F. T3*e.  Columbia, Yz int., C. H. Teschner to MaxKuntz,  APRIL 19.  Midnig-ht, D. Stewart to J. C. Haas.  Pathfinder, Y cond., W. Pfeifer to Louis Blue.  King-   Solomon,   Y  int.,  Florence and > Annie  Stack to E. P. Su3rdam.  Clipper, Y i��t., J. Suther and to M. Kane.  Durham, Y int., J. Beckwith to W. H. Norris.  Alma, Y, W.H. Norris to J. Beckwith.  Mammoth, Leviathan, Ro3-al, Little Glad3*s, %  int., A. Lang-ford to E. Sprag-g-ett.  APRIL   20.  Dominion and No. 2, Y\ int, E. Hug-hes to Finch  Olg-a, Y int., J G Ohlert to E B Downing-  APRIL   21.  Rattler, J J Farrell to Wm Garland  Eldorado, T Fahe3* to Gladstone Mg* Co  Gladstone and Atlantis,  E  F  Morton and  T  Fahey to Gladstone Mg Co  Peacock, M D McLeod to R N McL/eod  Golden Dollar, Yz i��t, R Wood to T Wake  A Ivy and Amy, R Watson to R Stuart  APRIL    22.  L/ulu, Y int, T Wake to Jas Atwood  W3-andotte, y�� int, H J Homann to D D Eu3-eart  Sit-     Sit.     Sit.  -��)e     tie"     tip  ei**~  ��� ������    ;   "������    -; Store Fronts and Fixtures a Specialtj-  ^fnf??f??????fn?!f??f??f??ff??fif?ifm?!f!??m???f?f??f?m?  >   V..3  i^aannwwBw  M"(nREEN WOOD  STAGE     LINE.  Reaves  Marcus   Mouda3's  and  Thursdays  at 1  p.m.  Arrives  Greenwood............  Tuesda3'.s and  Fridays  at 5 p.m.  Leaves   Greenwood..  Wednesdays  and  Saturday  at 7 a.m.;  Arrives  Marcus  . - Thursda3r and  Sunda3r  at 9 a.m.  Special   Attention   Given   to   Mail,   Freight   and   Express.  .      E.   D.   MORRISON,   PROPRIETOR.  |JL^l|JLljrf��J��yM^,^--'-r"||rttri*l''"*^''ao^ ill-ill     TWJ.iltltJiyir^|^-^-ri��Mw��M^M-��-rTn����f��JPr^ I  rj��^^Wu��mjg3����I^������Pi  4* 4* 4�� 4* .4* 4* 4* 4? *fc 4* 4**k 4* 4* 4* -4* 4* 4 4* 4* 4^K  ROOKLYN  OUSE  GREENWOOD   CA^P,   BOUNDARY   CREEK,  -CKOTS'^w,1:*- -  First-class Accommodation.     Best of Wines, Liquors and Cig-ars.  LIVERY     STABLE     IN     CONNECTION.  Saddle and Pack Horses provided.  *�����>  lt4>4o^^4>4>4,��f.^4>��f4>^^^^4*^4*4*^  HENRY NICHOLSON,  Qlofarg QpuBfift, QXlinin$ (ggenf  Mining Negotiations Transacted.  Office .���Camp McKinney.  N.B.���Some   valuable   Mining    Properties   in  Cam p^McKiuney and vicing for disposal.  ��� 9  Jewellers and News Dealers,  GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  Watch Repairiug- a Specialt3'.  r-v-'  tv  j '     '  i. ^te^a^^Wi"iwWagtb��wawWwffWfa*��i  .,'r'./.  ���*���������:.  /  HEAD     OFFICE:     ROSSLAND,      JB.O.  Capital, $1,500,000,     <X,      1,500,000 Shares, par value $1,00,    Fully paid and Nonassessable,  Treasury  Stock,  500,000 Shares,  Officers:  President :   HON.   T.   A\.   DALY,   Ox-Minister of Interior.  Vice-President:   ANDREW   KELLY,   of Alexander,  Kelly & Co.,  Brandon,  A\an.  Secretary-Treasurer : . W.   L.   ORDE,   Esq.,   Rossland,   B.C.  Board   of   Directors :  Hon. d. N. Kirchoffer* W. A. Macdonald, Q.C., Tred. Nation, Wl L. Lindsay, Wm. cJohnson,  W. A. Euller, W. cJ. Porter, and G. H. Collins.  Owns  the " Golden Crown" mineral claim and has a bond on the "Calumet/* situated in  ' '.���'������'���.������ '    . ' .      "     '    ��� 0 .'���  ��������� ''���.'���' '      ���'���.'������'      '���','.'. ' ' '."      '���   '      ���'.'-���.  Wellington camp, Yale District, B,G0  EP  Hi  l*|y.  SI'  If  TRANSFERS FOR THE WEEK.  APRIL   22.  Last Chance, % int., H. Callahan to E. Denzel.  La Veta, J. B. Baxter to E. S. Graham.  APRIL 23.' -'.'.'��� ���.'������' ���'  Gilt Edg-e, Yz int., B. L. Garrison to S. Breslauer  ��� International,' % int.,  S.  Bennerman  to  C.  J.  Lundy.  Raft, yl int., F.B.Harper to J. Flannag-an/  Lake and Troy, Yz ea., E.Nug*ent to Flannag-an  Troj', Newark, Lake, Raft, % ea., J. Flannag-an  ,.   to J. G run ley. "  Thistle, Shamrock, Yz ea., S. Kerling- to Hirsch  Shamrock, Y int., A. B. Anderson to S. Kerling  Rose, Yz int., S. Kerling- to J. Hirsch.  Thistle, Yz int., T. J. Lendrum to S. Kerling*.  Rose, Shamrock, Thistle, % ea., T. J. Lendrum  to H. Barton.  APRIL 24.  Sunset, y2 int., W. Guttridge to E. Sprag-g-ett/  Tamarack %, Van Home % int.,  C.  Stewart to  J. & G. Pounder.  Bonita, J. B. Sarg-ent to Bonita G. M. Co.  B.g- Chief, City K., Twins, Yz ea.,  Wm.  Austin  to Wash. M.^fc L. Co.  APRIL   26.  Hecla, % int., T. McDonnell to R. H. Berg-man.  Manchester, Y> int., A. K. Stuart to Berg*man,  Hecla, Ys int., R. H. Berg-man to F. W.McLaine  Olive, W. H. Armstrong* to Pasadena G. MrCo.  Spotted Horse, A. S. Black to H. Hemlow."."',  Don't Know, J. JV Winters to G. R. Naden.  Vancouver, Yx int., J. P. Kelly to J. B.Mitchell.  ANACONDA COMMERCIAL CLUB.  Communications were read at the  meeting- on Wednesday from Mr. Graham, M.P.P., acknowledging- receipt  of resolution condemning "L/oanAct"  as first introduced ; from Mr. Cuppage,  road inspector, who stated that he expected to visit Boundary immediately,  when the matter of improving* the road  between Grand Forks and Anaconda  would be attended to.  The dramatic entertainment committee reported that the casts, in. the comedy "Turn him out," to be given about  the 15th*inst., had been filled and the  parts assig-ned.  Messrs. Keffer and Miller were appointed a committee to secure a further  lease of the club rooms.  Mr. F. E. Baton, of Walla Walla,  and Mr. F. N. Alexander, of Portland,  were visitors at Wednesday's meeting.  Leaving for Winnipeg.  Mr. H. M. Irwin, who has acted as a  missionary of the Presbyterian church  in Boundary for the past twelve months  leaves probably next week to complete  his course in theology at Winnipeg.  During the time in which he has resided in the district he has won the warm  esteem and respect of the entire community, who unite in wishing him  every success and happiness in the  calling for which he is so well fitted.  Mr. Irwin's successor, Mr. Eee, arrived  on Wednesday, and is yet undecided  whether to make his headquarters at  Greenwood or Midway.  FINANGIAL   ANDMINING   BROKERS.  Groups of Claims bought for Stock Companies and Sy  ,    ^OFFICE     AT     GREENWObD     CITY,     B.C.  *'. Jenckes Machine Co.  ��� ��������� ���  9       ���  ��  ; 1  ������!���';(  :���!���&  4  ,    K<��|  ������:.���*�����  m  SJrIERBROOKE,   QUE,  iSfe       dfe       J&  tii?     t!P     tte~  i' *.l  *���/�����     dfe     ��&  tie"     tte~      tie"  Boilers, Hoists, Pumps, Ore Cars and Buckets, Wire Rope,  Air Compressors, Steam and Air Drills, Saw Mills and  Supplies.    Prompt delivery from Rossland stock.    Send for Catalog-ues. ���z���:��� c  F.   R.  MEN DEN HALL,  Agent,   Spokane and  Rossland.  *A  And   UNDERTAKING  I beg to notify the public that I have taken over Mr. W. B. PaTon's stock  of Furniture, together with the Store on Copper street, and that the present  stock will be at once added to.  Ordered Work promptly attended to by a competent Cabinet-maker & Upholsterer.  ���tREPAIRING.^-  ��-o-��$i>-o-4et^>-<to��-&<ai>-o-��&M"Mo  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD CITY, B.C. JUS-  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  V  1 **  hi  ���  1 ��'���  I Jj.  IS  1  MINERAL;  Certificate  of  ACT,    1896.  Improvements.  M.   Fitzpatrick, free  certificate,   No.  MINERAL,  Certificate, of  ACT, .,'1896.  im prove ments.  NOTICE.  'ULLION   Mineral   claim,   situate  in    the   !*    Oso3'oos mining division of Yale district.  Where located : Camp Fairview.,  Take notice that I, Charles de Lilois Green, as  ag*ent for E. L. Tate, free miner's certificate  No. 66,605, and A.,"B. Railtou, free miner's certificate No. 79,525, and G. F. Laf rert2, free miner's certificate No'. 75,857, 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, Hiust be commenced befere the issuance of such certilicate of improvements.  Dated this 30th day of March, 1897.  30  MINERAL,   ACT,  1896  Certificate of Improvements'."  NOTICE).  THE OLD ENGLAND, mineral claim, situate on the north fork of Rock creek, in  Hie Oso3'oos mining-, division of Yale district.  Where located : Camp McKinney....    ;  Take notice that \ve, Henry Nicholson, L:ee  miner's certificate No. 90,585.. and Edward  James, free miner's certificate No. 64,195, intend, sixt3r days from the date hereof, to apply  ��� lo the Mining* Recorder for a certificate of -.improvements,' for the purpose of; obtaining- a  crown g-rant to the above 'claim..'  And further take. uotice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before,the issu-  an ce of such certificate of i mprovemeuts.  Dated this 23rd day of April, 1897. ��� 34-S  MINERAL,    ACT,    1896,  Certificate  of Improvements,  NOTICE.  MOTHER LODE mineral claim, situate in  the Kettle River mining- division of 'Yale'  district. ,r. Where located : Dead wood camp.  Take notice that we, the Boundary Mines  '.'���' Company, free miner's certificate No. 81,264, intend, sixt3r days'from the daie hereof, to apph-  to the Mining* Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining- a  Crown g-rant 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  HUGH CAMERON, Proprietor.  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cig-ars.  Good   Stabling.  Of all kinds and leug-ths.  4 foot wood. S2.25 per cord, delivered.  16 to 20 inch S3.00 per dbl. cord       ������  FRITZ   HAUSSENER.  4ST Orders majr be left at the Times office.  HELEN mineral claim, situate in the Kettle  River mining- division   of  Yale district.  Where located : Sl^vlark camp,     o.  Take notice that we,.. Mi J. M. Wood, free  miner's certificate, No. 87,573"'; G. T. Hodg-sou,  free miner's certificate, No. 87,489 ; H. B. Merri-  man, f,ree miner's certificate, No. 80,439; W. J.  Lindsay*, free miner's certificate, No. 74,655 ; J.  GRAND  SCENERY. LOW   RATES.  MODEL   ACCOMMODATIONS.:'   ��'  ���/"���: ��� ocean .; rrO ��� ocean  Without chang-e of Cars, via     .'',���'������  PACIFIC  55,418 ; T.M. Daly, free miner's certificate, No.  S7,447, and Robert Sni3;th, free miner's certificate, No. 79,399, intend, sixty da3\s from the  date hereof, to appl3" to the Mining* .Recorder  for a certificate of "improvements, for the purpose of obtaining- a crown grant of the above  claim.  And further take notice that action, under,  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 16th day of March, 1897. ���> 28  FACIFi  ��    s  RAILWAY.  Sit.     Sit.      Sit.  tie"     tie      tie~  olid Vest ibuled   I rains,  Modern Equipment  And. S0G PACIFIC LIN  m  Solid vestibule trains, consisting- of-palace  sleeping-cars, luxurious dining* cars, eieg-ant  day coaches, mag-nificeut tourist cars and free  colonist sleepers/ :  The 011I3- line running- throug-h tourist cars  from the coast  '.'.*       ( WINNIPEG,       '"'���'  .'���-j MINNEAPOLIS  ( . ST.   PAUL, ...  ( TORONTO, ;  ",; -j MONTREAL,  ( BOSTON,  Lowest rates to -  ' and from  7  Via all Atlantic  Steamship lines  r*  O.  Canadian Pacific Ry.  Royal Mail SS, Line to Japan and China  These twin-screw steamers are in ever;/ respect,superior to any ships that have 3ret sailed  the _ Pacific ocean. The '.route- is 300 miles'  shorter than via an y other Trans-Patific line.  THROUGH-    TICKETS  Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria; Van^  couver,   Portland,    and  ".'California Points,  St  Paul,   St,   Louis;   Chicago,  New York, Boston and  !',.-���;' all points East  Also European SS/Tickets,  ; Time Schedule.   -; \     '  No. 1 West   ... .depart. :..    10:55 p.m.  ,No..2 East    ....    "'    ....    "7:00 a.m.  tie  tie"  Canadian-Australian Steamer Line  ��� '.���to���* ;': /������   . ,/  Honolulu, Fiji and Australia;  '.... The   shortest   line   to the. Colonies.,   These.  steamers   carry  an experienced  medical  man  aud-a stewardess on every vo3rag*e.  For time tables, pamphlets, or any  information, call on or address  H. S. SCADDING,  Ag-eiit,  PENTICTON.  GEO. McL. BROWN  Dist. Pass. Ag-eiit,  VANCOUVER.  MLNERA  Certificate  of  1896.  ACT,  Imp rove merits.  Sii     Sit.     Sit.  �����ie~   '.tie"     ���sk"  For information, time cards, maps and  tickets, call on or write  P.   D.   GIBBS,.': /  / General Ag-ent,  ..Spokane,; Wash.  ..:.....or. ......  : A. D. CMARLTGN,  Northern Pacific Asst. Gen. Pass. Ag-ent  225 Morrison St., Cor. of Third.   ^  Portland, Oregon.  ���-j���>^w��gigc&:agscrlOB3iMBi^��sammT��Tigiv.i"^^ ��� ���..������~���  -o-  NOTIOE.  JEWEL Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle  River   mining-  division  of Yale district.  Where located : Long- Lake camp.  Take notice that I, Leslie Hill, as ag-ent for  F. Dittmer, free miner's certificate No. 81,118,  L. Bosshart, free miner's certificate No. S7,597,  Maty Garland, free miner's certificate No. 70,289  intend, sixtj' da3rs from the date hereof, to'ap-  l)ly to the Mining- Recorder for a certificate of  improvements, for the purpose of obtaining- a  crown g-rant to the above claim.  And further take uotice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvement.  Dated this 27th day of March, 1S97. 30  K0111 M  EN DERBY   and   VERNON.  Trade Mark  Red Star.  MINERAL-   ACT,   1S96.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  DENERO GRANDE Mineral claim, situate  in the Kettle River mining- division of  Yale district. Where located : Long-" Lake  camp. '.'.'.  Take .'notice that I, Leslie Hill, as ag-ent for  F. A. Shonq nest, free miner's certificate No.  68,420, and Mar\- McArthur, free miner's certificate No. 87,402, intend, sixt3" da\\s from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining- Recorder for a  certificate of improvements, tor 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 27th day of March, 1897. 30  lie Greenwood Boot Store.  Next door to McKag-ue's Barber Shop.  The best brands of Cigars,  Cigarettes and Tobaccos',.,  SC  Fancy Goods �� Stationery  Makers of Flour pronounced by experts to be  the best made on the Pacific Coast.  HUNGARIAN  XXX STAR  STRONG BAKERS  GRAHAM  Bran Shorts Chop Etc  Boundary  Valley   Lodge,  No. 38, I.O.O.F.  M EETS everv  Tuesdav  /   V    Evening-    at   8.00   in  their lbdg-e room at Greenwood!, B.C.   A cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourning-  brethren. Thos." Hardy, N.G.  W. J. Hakber, Rec. Sec.  LOT FOR SALE  ONE of the most  desirable Residence Lots  on   Long- Lake street,  Greenwood,  near  the School.   Reasonable terms.   Enquire at  The Times Office.  fcrt-*V��  yftw  fail W*t  yr*  �����* 1*       w  _ .*���.���'. _,J l  /'  1��  tiBIWmi!��w>w*w.^'mMaJimi��m�� i:  ?  :0:;;^:y  ^  t  f  ���-���"�� ���."ir*'**S>.  {IMfmHiTtif'l*r^  G.   ARTHUR.   RENDELL , , , President. *  P.   A,   HOLBROOK   ��� Manager, |  Cjl W,   H.  SANSOM , Secretary and Treasurer,  (ganfttM! y$M  "BANK  OF MONTREAL,   YERNON,   B.C. "'��'  Capitalisation, 1,500,000 Shares. Treasury, 700,000 Shares,    |f  Tar value, $1.00.     Fully paid and non-assessable. \  Incorporated October 21st, 1896, under the British  Columbia  "Companies   $]  Act" and amending Acts. XlL  Tfa Company\s properties an fully paid .for, ��i7 tiff  'A  #  "'i  1. 1  ��,!  A'-  o,tt  "' >;- *  !?I  i  iivs  $  I'  If-  Flags denote the Company's group of Twelve CLiims.  ^  BagssBSBSESSSBiHeaaBagEBia  inramwmiMiaBm  nA  <<  <<  'HE PROPERTIES of the Company consist of Twelve claims lying-in a group arid named as follows : The  Fred D.," "S. H. B.," " Big* Eedg-e," " D. A.," " O. B," " S. F.," " G. A. R.," >'J. A. C," " P. H.,"  C. S. &';-H:.-',?.' "Prospective," and" E. C. B.," fully shown and explained in the Map Plan. They are, with  the exception of twp> .all full, claims, 1,500 feet by 1,500 feet in size, giving- a surface area of about 400 acres. Eying*  as they do on a steep sloping* HH1, they offer unusually g*ood facilities for drainag*e 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   gfoing* on ^iiiQe .the^incorppratibn. of  the  Company,   October  21st," 1896.  '"'iir'"'' * ''"������;  i^/.-t-..-.  %  Head OrncE  GREENWOOD CITY  ���%JtZrJi>ni-?���������������'.������  .&&*   Attention is particularly  called to  the large  amount   [700,000 shares]   of stock  put into the Treasury,  and  that   all   the  properties   are  fully   paid  for.  Write   for   Prospectus   and   Plan.cr  % ii  M  I  g ll  i  ���' ft  ��'3  i **|  '?!  nl  * ��T  1 3B  Vi  rra  m��MiMb^^ Of our Dry Goods and Boots and  Shoes have arrived j the balance will  be  here   in  a  few  days,  The ro^ds are now open and our  teams ar^ filing in by the half-dozen,  LS-  jL.  Some  '.^y.;'/".  in  Apricots, Peaches, Prunes,  '8*  etc.  Greenwood and Boundary Falls.  ww7i����n<��s^At*,uiiiu-.!;i\ma!;wiiLaB(-wm'niy,,uiiLLii^,i'j  n���*������^**���*���**���^^

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