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Array >'.-4/  //^���Legislature Library  Published Semi-Weekly in the Interests of the Boundary Creek Mining District.  ���'���A '  Vol. VI,  GREENWOOD, B, G, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1899  No, 3  rrrr-tt-  ,^_v��_ BUILDERS   OF  #////_����/  Q-^-^^-=��<-^^^  >*=_>'*=-_>S*��a-^!-:^^  Contractors:.or the design and  ���--- :"���/;: / .'���������''* '���:' CMoriflation,  ��� '. ^ ��� . - ��� * ��� ��� ��� ���  construction of complete Stamp Mills,, Concentration,  Cyanide and Smelter Equipments.  >���*.;:  u  ��� o  ���������fl-  -.3  m  '    o  -, M  t."  ������*=������  ���_.  ��� o  o1-  ������m  o  O  _o  > -.-���  %  ��� ���<  ��� ���I  ,'CT  o  O ,-_>  w.  -A  *1  U  o  a  ���3S  HH  o  o  to  .��7  <_> -  o      -���"  bo  ���a  bO  3  tj.-  o  rJ  CG.  *w.  *.��������:, ��� -  w  32?  CO  <*>  o  co -_  o>  f��  PV  >  crq,.  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Have just-received a large consignment'of carpets'direct from, factories in Scotland. Also linoleums  and oil cloths, which they will retail or wholesale at very low prices. : Also five carloads of. furniture for  spring- stock.    Will be sold at very low prices to introduce our, business  in the Boundary Creek country-  ���WRITE.   FOR   CATALOGUE   AND   PRICES  D. McArthur & Co,, Wholesalers and Retailers of Furniture, Carpets, Etc, Nelson, B, G  7M\*  -vUfv;^ J. J. Caulpield  . Neil H. Lamont  No more vexatious   delays.     We   have  on hand a full stock of  And all kinds of BUILDERS' MATERIAL.  A large stock  of Bar Iron,  Steel, Blacksmiths'  Supplies,  Anvils, Bellows,  etc.,  etc.,  etc.  . GAULFIELD  Copper Street, Three Doors South of the Bank of Montreal.  ^lauuuiuiiiiuiaiaiiuuuiuiiaiaiaiiuiiiaiiuiUiiiaiiuiuuuiuiiiiiiiiiiuuuuiiuuiuiiiuuB  IS THE BEST HOTEIv IN GREENWOOD. A New Building, well furnished. First-class  Service in all departments. Choice, Wines, Liquors and Ciyars.��� Headquarters for Mining-  and Commercial Men.  Copper Street, Greenwood.  QUEEN'S  BIRTHDAY.  CE L E BRAT ION      AT,     MIDWAY.  Good Horse Racine and Athetotic Sports���Nelson  Wins Baseball Match���Green wood Victorious  at Cricket���Celebration Notes.  Even a downpour of rain did not  damper the enthusiasm of those who  celebrated the eightieth anniversary  ot the Queen's birthday at Midway on  Wednesday. The long programme of  sports was successfully carried out  despite the fact that old Jupiter  ���Pluvius did his utmost to drive the big  crowd undercover. Great credit is due  W. B. Rickards, the courteous secret-',  ary and the committee for the succes of  the celebration.  Early : Wednesday morning the  expdous began from Greenwood. Every  kind of vehicle was brought into service to carry the crowds down to'Mid-'  nvay, and; by noon the streets had a'  deserted appearance for the first time  in several months.  Midway has a . perfect conrse for  horseracing.' * The prizes ought to  ��� have brought out better horses but  those who en.tercd. raced, for all that  was in them and the spectators were  ; satisfied; The results are given  below:'  ' Sleepy Jim, D. McClung's won the  free for.all >_ mile and repeat and $100.  Roby Roy, GiW...Finch's taking second  nioney.  "' ' '''.  Meyerv J. Richter won 600 dash, Rob  Roy, C. W. Finch's'second, Minnie, P."  W. McLaine's third.  Arlington, Jim' Manson's, was the  winner of the race for local horses,  Buckskin, J. Bubour second and Little  Winch, J. Southerland third.  T. McCauley's team, Keightley  driver, won the race for trotters, D. M.  Wilkin's second and J. McNicol Ts  third.  C. W. Bubone's Weazel won the race  for saddle horses, F. Vaughn's Nellie  Grey won second and M. Ingram's  Jack third. '      ' '  Jolly, Jack's charger, J. R. Miller,  won the slow race with J. Vaughn's  Molly a close second. Mrs. McClung  won the ladie's race with Victor, Miss  Armstrong's Grey Eagle secoud.  In the running long jump Frank  ..Coryell won first money, Victor Rider  second. R. G. McL,eod was the winner  fj.f the high jump. J. Richeter won  the men's foot race,' J. F. Mitchell  second. Jack Withell won the wheelbarrow race, Frank Fbrset second.  Baseball.  , The score tells the story of the baseball match between the Greenwood  and the Nelson, Wash, teams. Errors  and poor team; play - piled up 21 in  favor of Nelson and eighteen for  Greenwood. There was some brilliant  individual plays on both sides but  practice is required to bring the score  down to respectable proportions. The  match was to be between Greenwood  and Midway bu, Ihe Nelson boys came  ^m?!!????mm??m?m?TT?HnnHnm?n?????H??f?H?rn????nH?Tmm??!!nmnn?!?!Hn??H??n?mmi^  over to help  Midway out.  The teams  lined up as.  follows.:  Edwards''  Catcher  Smith  Sundry  Pitcher  Petty  Medill  .   1st Base  LaPlante  Keith  - 2nd Base  Campbell  Sterrett  3rd Base  Hooper  McKinnon  Short Stop  Coryell  Wartman  Left Field  Clyde  Miller  C. Field  Newton  O'Leary  R. Field  Bush  The most striking feature about the  game was errors. The official scorers  attempted to keep a record but were  forced to give up on account of score  sheets being exhausted.     Edwards of  Wc now have a large assortment of  Rods, Reels,  Lines, Hooks,  Leaders, Fly Books,  Grasshoppers,  Cans, Etc., Etc,  SMITH   &   McRAE'S,  Books, Stationeiy, Wallpaper, Notions  and Fancy Goods,  the Greenwood team put up the best  game in the field. Sandry' a new man  pitched a good ball as long as his arm  lasted. Miller played well iri the field  and at the bat. Sterrett gave the  ball some of his old time smashes  driving it out in the vicinity of the  Kettle river. For the Nelson-Midway  team good ball was played by Smith  behind the bat and Campbell on base  and, in the pitchers box. Coryell,  pounded the,ball all over the' Midway  flat and picked up everything as short  stop. The o rain was responsible for  some of the errors. Greenwood team  has the men that will twin the champ-  sonship cup if they practice honestly.  The members are all good players, but  no team work is noticeable. The, old  veterans are noticeable in the Nelson  team and they work well together.  Cricket.  The cricketers of Greenwood were  once more enabled to celebrate the  Queen's Birthday in a manner thoroughly appropriate to the occasion,  thanks to the kindness of the Midway  Cricket Club, who had invited them to  play a friendly match at Midway. The  members of both teams were out of  practice, especially the Greenwood men,  who had no opportunity at all of getting a game,-so the smallness of the  scores was not surprising. The bowlers had a glorious chance, of which  they availed themselves as will be seen  from the analysis. The Midway team  entertained their opponents-at'lunch  on the grounds, and at a most enjoyable - dinner . after the match at the  Lancaster "House. The captains���  . Messrs.- Bergman and Short���responded to the toasts of the two teams, and  speeches were made by Messrs. Norris  and McMynh. The honors of the evening, both in oratory and song, were  carried off by those well-known and  popular veteran sportsmen, Messrs  Ferguson and Sansom.  The full score follows:���  GREENWOOD.  1S1   INNIW.S. 2ND INNINGS.  Short, b McLaine ..0 b Simpson^   .11  Sharpe, b McLaine    . 6 b Simpson 0  Palmer, c Morgan 2 b McLaine    .   1  Hani., run out 4 b Simpson  6  Smith, b.Gardom _0 b Simpsoii...,..22 .  Lewin, b Gardom  0 hit wicket....... 2,  Moss, b McLaine  0 1 b w  rf  Leckie, Jc McLaine..; .1 b Simpson...... 4  Chesterton, run out .: 18 not out .'. 3  Mortimer, b Simpson 0 c &b Simpson i  Flood, not out .2 b Simpson...... 0  Byes 2, leg byes 1..... 3 Byes  6  .   Total <4      Total... 56  . MIDWAY.  Morgan, c & b Harris  2 - b Short 3  Deans', b Short.! ;..... 4 runout..... _ 0  McLaine, lb w, b Harris... 1 c Lewin.    0  Bergman, run out ..: 2 c & b Short  1  Hodgson, b Short 10 b Short.......... 3,  Gardom, 1 b w, b Harris 0 c & b Short  0  Simpson, c Smith, b Harris 8 b Smith ��� 7  Tyrrell, c Sharp, b. Short... 0 not out...  5  Young, b  Harris :...;... 0 c Flood... _ 0  Norris, b Harris :  0 c Leckie.  .  McMynn, not out...:.. 0 b Smith  0  Byes  1 Byes  5  Leg byes  -.. 2 No -balls  1  Total ; ......30      Total ....... ...26  BOWLING  ANALYSIS.  1st in. '   2nd in.  O.     M.    K. W.       6.     M.  R.   W.  F. W. McLaine  9 2 13 3 7 0   25 1  R. Gardom.; :. 8 2 13 2 3 1     7 2  R. W.-Deans...  5 2 4 0  A. G. Simpson...... 4 0 11 1 11 6   18 7  R. Harris  9 3 16 6 7 3     5 0  F. T. Short  8 2 14 3 8 2    10 6  J.  Smith  3 15 2  F. Lewin...                       ��� 110 1  NOTES.  F. Burns, of Boyd, Burns, & Co.,  Vancouver, is in the city.  E. C. Finch, the well-known Rossland mining man, is in the city.  J. C. Clute, inspector of customs, is  paying the district an official visit.  W. J. Snodgrass of the Snodgrass  stage line was in the city this week.  A largely attended ball was held in  Barrett's hall on   Wednesday evening.  B.   Redmond,  of  the Ames   Holden'  company, Victoria, was in the city this  week.  D. B. Vincent left on' Thursday for  Grand Forks where he will spend  several weeks.  A. W. Smith, Montreal, and R. E.  Smith, Toronto, two commercial men,  visited the city this week.  W. dev. le Maistre, of the legal firm  of Daly & Hamilton, Rossland, is over  on business connected with his firm.  The Nelson and Vernon Telephone  company have extended their system  to   the Sunset and Mother Lode mines.  The provincial government has granted a school to Phcenix. It will be  opened  after the midsummer holidays  H. H. Boomer, of Winter, Parsons,  & Boomer, the railroad contractors,  was in the city for several days this  week. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  1. 11.   I1AU.KTT. II. C. SHAW.  HALLETT c�� SHAW  . (��<xmstttB, ^oftctfors,  notary's  public,  greenwood,  b.c.  pRINGLE   &  WHITESIDE, .     '  -  Barristers and Solicitors,  (ncpfori*-(puBfic,-efe.,   ,. '  Barrett Block, Copper Street,  greenwood.  7=3      S.   KERR, ~  ' BAHRISTEK   AN!)   SOLICITOR,"  NOTARY   PUI'.I.IC.  greenwood; 1(. C.  J. H.  IIKOW.V. AI.K. IIAI.L. l.L. II.. !'.. C. I.  I. S.  M. MORRISON, L.L.II.  %titt, Q5rot��rt..'$- QttqrriBon-  Barristers and Solicitors, Notaries  "PuiiLic, Etc.  Naden-Elood Mock, Copper Street  t.reeiiwood.  CHOREES   M.   KERBY.  Assoc. Mem. Can; Soc. Civil Engineers,  $>refnttcfo'f ��dnb ^umgcr ���  AND  CIVIL ENGINEER,  --Qtofnrj; (puGiic��� mioyjay,   b. c.  CT     -V-    GROI/ES,  G/i-v'/. &- Mining Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor,  GREENWOOD,   B. C.  Mineral Claims Reported upon.  Underj.'roilnd Surveys.  v..  A.   Ol.'liSS, M.A.  II.   A. GUESS,  M.A.  Guess Bros.  CHEMISTS AND ENGINEERS.  ���Minisiy' Properties Examined and 'Reported on.    (Estab. 1895).  Greenwood, B. C.  ,01-IAKLES AE. SHAW,    ...  Givil .Engineer,������,.  ��ominton  cmb  (prouincieif fionb f'jur'Be.or.  GREENWOOD,      -       B.C.   MO WAT & PALMER,  Milling and Real Estate Brokers  GREENWOOD.  II.  n.   KEEPER,  Rear Estate and Wining Broker  CIT-'.CK   OVER   BANK   OF   B. N. A.  GREENWOOD.  \A/.-"&>    PATON. &   CO.,  Mining and ��� >>������'.  Real Estate Brokers  GREENWOOD.   fe.C.'  ft    W. ROSS,  MINING AND SHARE BROKER,  -..','���'"'' COLUMBIA, B. C.  Boundary   and . Camp   McKinney  properties  uiven especial attention. -  (jgounbar j ���ree6 ��-tme��  l'tlllMSHBD  SEMI-WEEKLY BY  The Boundary Creek Printing & Publishing  Company. Limited.  Duncan Ross :.: '..'  ...Editor.  W. J. Hakiier .Manager.  ADVERTISING RATES PER MONTH.  1 inch.'. S 2 Si) '  2 inches     3 SO  s inches ..:....-....:  4 SO  4 inches ;    5 50  0 iucher. ...t.-....:........   7 50  8 inches    9 50  10 inches ......       11 50  12 inches ..        33 50  IS inclies         .10 00  0 inches-     20.00  Address all communicati  The  One-third off these  prices, if only one  insertion per week  is contracted  for.  ons to   .  Times,.  Greenwood, B.C.  Subscription, S2.0O per "i  'ear, in Advance.  SATURDAY,  MA  Y 27,  1899.   ','  ORGANIZE A  r once.  -.������ ���               \,  IE Greenwood is to have a Dominion  Day , celebration in: keeping- with the  importance.of the city no" time should  . be lost in organizing- a committee to  perfect plans. The greatest drawback  to any celebration is a lack of organization. A hastily and carelessly prepared programme means having- .the  enjoyment of the spectators marred by  an absence of (hose little details that  go to make a. successful day's sport.  A meeting should be called immediately to decide whether a celebration is  to be held. If an affirmative decision  is arrived at every day to the First of  July is needed to perfect arrangements  for :i successful celebration.  The redistribution bill introduced in  the House of Commons makes 'no  change iu the representation for-this  province. It" was thought that the  Yah -Car',boo district would-be subdivided but the Island members "protested  against losing a representative. The  changes are'priricipaliy in.Ontario and  Quebec and are 'intended to wipe.out  the result of gerrymander under the  old irovcrninerit.'���  An explanation is due the readers of  the Times for the appearance of the  last two issues. Having unbounded  fjith.in the C. P. R. we considered two  months  ' sufficient    time  to secure  a  stock of newspaper from the east. It  hasn't reached the office yet. and a  substitute���rrianilla paper was consequently necessary.  The provincial government ��� have  offered one million odd dollars to build ���  ani. all British cable but they do not  know whether to rob the East Yale or  the Rossland appropriation to build  roads in Boundary creek.  Dk. Milne and associates are endeavoring to revive the Victoria, Vancouver & Eastern railway scheme.  Charter mongers die hard.  Watch dogs and revolvers are in  great demand since the visit from  burglars. The next gang will get a  warm reception.  We hasten to congratulate Midway  upon the success of its celebration. All  that was required was organized  effort.  Resident;; of the city are foivcd to  accept,the.fruits of a wide ope:: town  policy. . "I  Get your signs made by 'Goupil &  Holden.'   .  Voting on the four money by-laws  will take place at the court bouse tomorrow between the hours of eight and  four.  I Just Arrived I  4*.  A FINE LINE OF..... ������  California-Bottled and Can- -��.  lied goods -.-.;... ���*"�����*  A Most Complete ������*  Grocery "> Stock J  l>f^-HM��l'f41ll>*4(M����^l(.-H(-'MIHHI ��* -.  .     Rex Meats J*,  Iiazelwood,Butter and X  Egg's always in stock.  We want your paleruage  4��.  0      lilt  Barrett BlocK, Copper Street, *���#>  GREENWOOD. . ����=���  DENTAL NOTICE.  D  R. R. MATHISON' will open  dental office in Greenwood  as soon as the building iu  which he has engaged rooms  is completed���probably about  end -of  *May.  If. your Watch is tired  TAKE   it  to  . - - THE - - :���"���';--  WATCH MAKER,  GREENWOOD. .,;...    ...  And have it fixed right.   Oyer-30-years'experience, and the most complete stock of material  with which to do work correctly.  Save Money by purchasing your. Ticket - direct  from Greenwood to points on the Coast or East."  OCEAN     TO     OCEAN'  ..'���        Without change of Cars.:via  mmm  And S00 PACIFIC LINE  Solid vestibule trains, consisting of palace  sleepinir cars, luxurious, dining cars, elegant  day coaches, magnificent tourist cars and free  colonist sleepers. .... i  The only line running through tourist  from the coast  TO  T  WINNIPEG,  .MINNEAPOLIS  ST.   PAUL,  TORONTO,  MONTREAL, '  BOSTON,"'  WITHOUT    CHANGE!  Lowest rates ^0 L,ITWfVPJi,--Via.an Atlantic   .  LUllUrD.:    -Steamship llneV  anil from  'Canadian Pacific Ry. ,Co:'s  Royal Mail SS. Line to Japan and China  These, twiti^-screw steamers .ire in-every respect suptirior to any ships that have yet sailed  the Pacific ocean..' The; route is "300 miles  shorter thai*, via any*other Traris-Pati lie line.  aI'S:     '*��*���  Canadian-A.USTK-.VJJANSteamer Line  . vto���  Honolulu, -Fiji and Australia.   -  The shortest line to the Colonies. These  steamers carry aiCexperieticed medical man  and a stewardess oil every voyage.  For time tables, pamphlets, or any information, call on or'address'  S. L. SMITH, E.  J.  COYLE,  /Ajrent, , '  Dist", Pass'. Afcnt,  PENTICTON. "   VANCOUVEK.  D. R ' McELMON, Local Asrent, Grceinvood.  w. s. keith, m. e:  V.   KETCHUM.  KEITH & KETCHUM  REfSL ESTflTE AND MINING BROKERS  GREENWOOD,   B. C.  Mining Properties Examined  AND    REPORTED    ON.,  REAL ESTATE AND MINING  PROPERTIES.  - .    THE MART...  GAUJiCE & WICKWIRE, AeV"rI;  i        Greenwood.  G.M. HILLARY, B.Sc.  ASSAYER   AND  CHEMISTV  0.  Graduate  of   McGill   University    in    Mining  Entriiieeriuy. .  GREENWOOD ..- .-'   B. C.'  Kcrby's Map of Wellington Camp.  Candies,   Tobaccos,   Cigars,  DruKglrts' Sundries, Stationery, etc.  H. B. MUNROE, Greenwood.  CORYELL'S MAP, Price $1.2,5.  .Kcrby's Map of Wellington Camp, $1.00  A fine line of  Pipes,   Cigars.  Tobacco  1)=just Received.  and Pooches  J. A. MSWORTH,  Druggist  y y i>  Midway.  Money Made  a_3_snn-______Ba--��_M_-M-----_--__M---_  Is Money Saved: :���  You cain make  money  by  buying your  o.GROCERIES.;  at Bannerman..Bros,, Copper St,  Best  cooking  and  eating- apples in  the market.     ���'        . -;'  Copper Street, Greenwood,  ��� A Choice Line of Staple and Fancy   :.  Has Arrived.  EVERYTHIKG   FRESH.  ������� We want your patronage, ��5?  rX.:E. f RAZEE,  Grocery and Bakery,  Hamill Block, Copper Street, Greenwood.  Camp. McKinney Hotel,  HUGH CAMERON. Proprietor.  .-'���'"'    G=<?=b  . ' '"  Best Krands of Wines, Liquors and Ciyars.  Goon   Stahlino.  And LUNCH COUNTER.  ���Meals at air hours.  Open Day and Night. -  Private Boxes. Lunches put up.  Fresh Eastern Oysters Dally.  -''  '      ��� r of, -  WERNER & PITTOCK. Proprietors.  COI'PKR STKEET - - -GREENWOOD,  B.C.  | R. E. Coates & Co.. j  | Contractors      |  g     And Builders g  __S Greenwood,   B.C. JS_:  ���*** *_****_!  ^rS 4-   %���?   $sf o���  _^g   Store Fronts & Fixtures a Specialty   g_;  ���viKj. . ofe, ok *Vi ofe ' or_. -fe'  7h��-     %*     -5^      ���%"    ^     ���%-      -sfi?  Thos. McDonnell.            R. M.  McEntir  WIELLIMNIIRE,  Mines and.  Real Estate  GREENWOOD    and   CAMP McKINNEY  ^"�� ' !?k i1*' ai't rilt ^'��- *"&  ���9,,^     '*F     -?if     ^rF    -����r     -?i,7      -S)v&  EsTAHWsin.i) 1862.  ��->4��m����-����>-t<iii >�������m w����������<i>m�������� *mr  i  Furniture  Carpets  Linoleums  Cork Carpet  Curtains  Wallpaper  Complete House Furnishings.  . *==__-=<',.  A   larjre  stock   of  Fine  and   Medium  Priced Goods in above lines.  Send for Samples and Prices���free.  stocks:  Boundary Creek M. & M. Co .........  Brandon & Golden Crown   Helen:.:..........:....;?..:.:.. ..���.....,..,  ���Hijfhlaud Queen.....":::.-............. ..........:.  Morrison :   Camp McKinney.Gold M.& M. Co   Waterloo:.., ; ...............:.......:...  Winnipeg...... ..:..........:... .1.'-..'..'. .'.'..  '   5'  30  0  5  18  .5'-.  13  30  List Your Stocks With Us,  Mowat ^ Palmer,  Mining and ;Rcal Estate Brokers,  GREENWOOD,   Ei.C.  <3  ."Si     ������  ^-       _  o  ���--��� _?i  -S'  o  ���S-'  . ^  s  Tr*.  W  <5!  ��  Ci)  ���d-w  ��.a  .-. M _  u-5  a-tt-  ���sl  1       4)   CJ  *. t  y _i��  a ��  , a u .  '_�����  ri ���_  Is  ���������lis  13  o  I*  a  OS  ���a  ��  -a  a  a  B:  a  x  w  a  E  Proprietors  of the Fletcher &  Goodhue sawmill, is prepared  to furnish all kinds  of Rough   .  and Dressed  LUMBER,  lath,- Mouldings,  Etc., Etc.  Greenwood Office���Corner of Mineral  and Kimberley streets.  IF YOU WANT  O- O D^  Leave Your Orders at  H, B. MUNROFS  Copper Street  CHAS. HAERING.  Mining, Stock,  and Real Estate  Exchange.,., * *  Tenijiorary Office ;  Government Street, Opp. Post Office,  GREENWOOD.  B.C.  vVt   '    O'fe        *"*        A,.(/-        iV��  ilr      l&F      '.if      Tif      -5a-  Parties having- copper claims for  sale kindly call on us, and give full  particulars. Would be gflad to get any  information from parties familiar with  location of unsurveyed claims. Expect  to go to press very soon, and wish to  have correct location of every claim in  every camp for our Boundary Creek  Pamphlet. City property for sale; call  for particulars. Business lots on Copper, Silver, and Government streets.  Some choice sites for residences. Our  lithographed plan of Greenwood mailed  free for 50 cents.  Bank of 1  Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000.  Rest..-:...-.,... ...$6,000,000.  : President-: :'������'..  LordStrathcona and Mount Royal.  Vice-President:  Hon. George A. DrummondI .  General Maiiag-er E. s. Clouston.  -US:      aV8- ���   ~&  '"ir      '*iF:    *'i?       .  Branches in London (England),  New York, Chicago,  And in the principal cities in Canada.  '���'.'.������ #'#.'������."     :���-.",;; -  Buy and Sell Sterling-Exchange and  Cable Transfers ;   Grant Commercial'  and Travellers'  Credits,  available, in  any part of the World. ,  Drafts issued,  Collections made,  etc'  Greenwood Branch*  F.  J.  F1NUCANE, Manager.  THIS   CANADIAN  Head Office %/ TORONTO.  Established 1807.  Paid-up Capital > ^ $6,000,000,  [Six Million Dollars.)      '       ';.���'_         ...:.$1.000.000.  Rest..  PRESIDENT.  HON.   GEO.   A.   COX.  B. K. WAIvKER, J.  H. rI,UMMEK,  General Manafrer.     Asst. General Manager.  This Bank has the largest number of  Branches of any Bank in Canada, with  Ag-ericies at New York, Chicago, New  Orleans, Skagway; and Dawson City.  Accounts of Corporations, Merchants,  and Individuals received on .favorable  terms,' .'_ . ������-,- -..  Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travellers' Credits, and Circular Notes issued  available in any part of the World.  Approved Notes Discounted, Collections made. ,..'���:  A general Banking business tranr  sacted.' ' :.'���"'" ',-  Greenwood-Branch,,,,  D.  A.  CAMERON,    -  ��� ������������.'��� Manager.  THE  BANK  OF  Established in 1830. ...  Incorporated by Royal Charter.  Paid-up Capital ::.......$4,866.666  Reserve Fund.............:.......$l,460.00p  London Office:   ������''���'  3 Clement's>I,ar.e, Loiiibard Street, E. C.  Court ok DirectorS':d  J. H. Brodic, John  James Carter.  Gaspard  Farrer, Richard H. Glvn, Henry I. R. Farrer,  Ed. Arthur Hoarc, H.J.B.Kendall,J. J.Kings.  ford, Fred Lubbock, Georg-e D. Whatman.        '  Secretary, A. G. Wallis.,  ,-Pead oflice in Canada: St. James St., Montreal."  H. Stikeman, general manager.'  J. Elmsley, inspector.  ������. ' ��� &��*__. ......  ..������-, '��������� ' ���        ���������������* ,  Branches in Caham:  London, ' Brantford, Hamilton, Toronto,  Montreal. Ottawa, Kingston, Qnebec,r.St. John,  N. B., Brandon, Winnipeg, Fredericton, N. B.,  Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver, Rossland,Kaslo,  Trail, Ashcroft. Dawson Citv, Klondike, N. \V.  T., Greenwood and Atlin.B.'C.  A.iknts in the United States:  Siiokane���Traders' National Bank and Old  Nation.-.! Bank. New .York���(52 Wall street)  V,'. Lawfim and- J. C Welsh, agents. San  Francisco���!124 Sansome street) H. J. ,Mc-  Michael and J. R.-Ambrose agents.  London Bankers:  The Bank of;;I5iiglaiid and Messrs. Glyn & Co.  ������ . Foreign Agents: ���.-..  TjiverpoolT-Batik of Liverpool. Australia;���  Union Bank of Australia. New Zealand���Union  Band of Australia, Bank of New Zealand.  India, China and Japan���Chartored Mercantile  Bank of India, London and China, Agra-Bank.  West Indies���Colonial Bank. Paris-Marcuard,  Krauss & Co.   Lyons���Credit Lyonnais.  F. T. SHORT, Manager,   Greenwood,   B.. C.  W    Shannon   Files, * II  m ', %  f|        Letter  Clips,       ^  ft Stick  Files,.       ft  H * i" * i> ^  �� World Almanack, -99. i  Chicago News  '99.  Canadian:       "   '99.  Tocket Diaries.  1 H. II.  '>  H'  m Copper Street. p  m  ��� ^  To Lease,  LOT  9,   BLOCK   13, City   of   Greenwood.  Will lease for the term of three years.  Applicants write to P. O. BOX 226,-T  apl29 Colville, Wash  i  ��  I  i  II  ?*ji  5!|  M THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  Lot 14* Block 13r next Burns* butcher shop jLots 11 and 12 r Block 13v between Providence and  Brooklyn streets; Lot 3f BL 16/ opposite Postoffice,  Fisher Addition and several other  Choice Lots.    If You Want Bargains, call and see me*  G. E.   MALLETTE   -   -   -   AT  SAWMILL  OFFICE.  UNDESIRABLE VISIT  SNEAK   THIEVES   IN   THE  CITY.  T. Abbot Robbed or $134 and a Gold  Watch. Mr. Paton Also a Loser. Chief  MaLaren Organizing a Chain Gang.  Greenwood was .visited by sneak  thieves on Tuesday evening last and  F. T.'Abbot express agent for Snodgrass & Son's is loser by $134 and a  gold watch. W. P. Paton is poorer by  five dollars and some odd cents. The  burglar or burglars were about, as  bold as any who operated in big cities:  He entered Mr. Abbott's bedroom at  the Palace Hotel; Anaconda and took  his vest containing the money; and  watch from underneath his pillow  notwithstanding the fact that Mrs.  Abbott and two children were sleeping  in the room. ' No one heard him and  Mr. Abbot was greatly astonished to  find his vest, money- and watch gone  when he got up next morning. His  visit to Mr. Paton's was equally bold.  He entered, the bedroom, took his  trousers'that were on a chair near by  j and walked out. Mr. Paton, thought he  heard a noise and got up. He saw a  ��� man running across the street and was  going to dress when he was astonished  . to find himself without his trousers.  The same evening Mr. Madden's.and-  Mr. Collins' residences were visited the  same night. Mr. Collins is the only  one.who saw any of the sneak thieves;  He was awakened about 1:30 Wednesday morning by a man attempting to  enter his bedroom window. The  burglar had secured a ladder and was  trying to-'raise an upstairs window  when Mr. Collins heard the noise. Mr.  Collins armed himself with a revolver  and the robber ran across the lot.'Mr.  Collinsdid not shoot as he could not'  realize what was taking place until  the burglar was out of sight. He  watched for some time and then saw a  man running at full speed from Anaconda towards Greenwood. . Mr.  Collins shouted to him but this only  increased his speed. The fugitive was  dressed in a swallow-tail coatjinda t  hard hat. \ . ;;  The matter was not reported to  Chief McL,aren until next morning.  He .began an investigation but found  no clue to the robbers. He found Mr.  Paton's trousers beside a stable across  the street from the residence.. A little  over five dollars, the amount of nioney  in the pockets had been taken .but his  keys and other articles were left behind. -.���''-   - ������.'������..''.'.'  It is supposed that-the man seen by  Mr. Collins was just hastening to. join  his companions inthe city after securing Mr. Abbot's .watch and money.  There ' were- likely. two or more in -the  gang. That they meant serious business is-evidenced by the fact that a  heavy piece of wood was left on a table  in Mr. Paton's residence. This would  likely-have been used if tlie robbers  had met-opposition. :. ���'_��� .-.  Kenneth McKenzie was sworn in as  special: constable Tuesday morning.  He will assist night watchman L,awder.  Chief .'McLaren is organizing a chain  gang and he intends securing members by arresting toughs, tinhorns and  other suspicious characters on general principles. There has been quite  an influx of people of this description  during the past month and the chief is  determined that they shall leave the  city or be placed where they will not  have  an  opportunity to commit crime.  IvOST.���A'souvenir Steamer Beaver  cufflink. Finder will kindly leave the  same at Boundary Crkek Times office.  ���'��� A New Postmaster.  H. A. King, of,tlie firm of H. A. "--':'-g  & Co., has been appointed 'po���tiii.L_ter-  at Greenwood '������ vice , Robert Wood,, resigned.: Mr. King received notice of  his appointment on Thursday, and forwarded . the necessary papers to the  inspector at Vancouver.    He will   take  ' charge of the office in about.two weeks.  Mr. Wood was postmaster since the  office was first established. During"  that time the business has increased to-  such an extent until now'the receipts  from the Greenwood office are ��� :..l__r~.r  thari   those  of- any   other: ui ooutlxn:  'Yale.'.'.. ' . :;     "'.'." ������:.-? "':- ���  Campbell Sweeny the general nuin-  ager of the Bank of Montreal .visiVod'  the Greenwood: branch th's week.  Greenwood has .inside" ' riiiii'.l strides  since Mr.,Sweeny's last visit and he  -was well satisfied with, the large  amount of business that is being-  transacted by the branch in this city.  Another large sawmill plant has  been secured by the. Boundary Creek  Milling & "Lumber company. .It was  purchased fa" Tacoma and reached  here on Thursday. The plant will be  taken to Greenwood camp where the  company have secured plenty of timber;. The cutting of. lumber in the  camp will obviate heavy-hauling up  the steep grade. �� '"  CHINKS, Garbage Boxes and Cesspools need attention now. Sometimes sickness in the summer months is  due to lack of disinfectants, lie on the  safe side���use Ckkot-in now.  CREOIiIN is a prompt, reliable and  safe disinfectant. It is not poisonous,  and that is one of .the reasons why it is  in such demand. Death through carbolic  acid is frequent.     . ���'������-  J.-;-.V --: .(r***=�� ���  IN addition to its use as a: general  disinfectant, Creolin is an'.agreeable,  deodorizer for the sick room, an effective' home remedy for burns, cuts and  other hurls; and a useful application;in  treating- skin .blemishes and "parasitic  diseases of animals.  THREE table spoonfuls of Creolin'  mixed with a gallon of 'water makes a-  good disinfectant '     -���.'���'     '.''''���!.'���/  '.' ";-";-   ''cPW> '"'������' '"���'  -.':  Druggists and Jewelers.  YOU WANT A  _   ���___  We can guarantee satisfaction.  A  big' consignment  of   latest ���  patterns will  arrive in a few  days.    Call and get our prices.  Mitchell & Massie, Merchant Tailors  ���     GREENWOOD,   B. C.  Greenwood City Waterworks Company.  NOTICE is hereby given that a meeting of  the Shareholders of this company wil  will be held at the office of the company  Government Street, Greenwood, B. C, {in  Thursday the Sth day of June, IS'W, at the hour  of 4 p. in.", for the election of Directors and for  the ordering of the affairs of the compan\-  generally. A. S. BLACK,  Greenwood, B. C, 23 May, 1899. Secretary,  Midway,  May 20th, 1899.  To The Bditor,     ; �� ���'.������"':,-.  Boundary Creek Times, ;, .'.'���'  Greenwood, B. C. .  ''���������'    ' ���--,���'-���'. (">���" .. - ,   '' '   ��� .' ;    ���  Dear.Sir:   ���. '-"'���;'���'  ���  I have recently learned since my partial recover}"- from illness of  long* duration that during the recent visit of Mr/Leonard Norris, assistant  commissioner of Land >and Works, several.lahd cases in regard to the town  of Beaverton or the pre-emption otW, T. Thompson were tried.    ...  I never heard of them ! !. They were never tried ! ! simple for the  reason that theynever existed, Then why? Because the title to Beaverton is perfect.'       '���'������;      : ^;.  z1.- '    . '-']���.-.  .Who owns Beaverton ? The trading men in. Greenwood mostly !  Bankers, the townsite owners of Greenwood, your leading broker-s, assayers,  merchants, mining men,  and citizens.   ,-, '  Why do they own property in Beaverton ? Because they know a good  thing when.they see it. That is what is building Greenwood city up sor  fast, and besides they have been on the ground and have seen it themselves.  Beaverton is the cerminus of the West Fork branch of the Canadian  Pacific Railway, there are no other branches in that part of the country.  Why is Beaverton going to be prosperous and a large and. thrivino-  centre ?-.. Because it is the key to the entire mining district, and running  right up to, in fact right into the town, are some of the largest and richest  -surface showings of mineral on the continent, '' Ask such experienced men  in these matters as Robt. Wood, George Guess, C. Scott Galloway, J. G.  Haas, James: Sutherland, C. M. Shaw, or in fact anyone who has been at  Beaverton what! he thinks of it ?     '  Yours truly,  W. T. THOMPSON.  '* ��� 0R&ENWOOQ?-*  ������DnAniifl?:  , .ri_|],-,l:RUlJOu[ m ������'t/un  Dealers in Hay, Graiii, Potatoes, B'txcr, Eggs, etc,  HEAVY   WAGON   SCALES   IN -CONNECTION   WITH   OUR   BUSINESS  ��� Silver..Street, Greenwood.   :  ,"' . ;GR3I).E)NWOOD is the financial and commercial  centre of Boundary Creek district. It is the supply  point for. the mining camps. From the city, roads  lead  to -the ��� -  '���"���';���" ''���'  GREENWOOD,  OORRER,  LONG   LAKE.  DEADWOOD  SUMMIT,  SKYLARK.  Boundary Valley   Lodge  No. 38. I.O.O.F.  EET S every Tuesday  ,,   .   ,   , ���   .    i    Evening   at  8.00  in  their lodge room at Greenwood, B.C. A cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourning bretli-  re"- _ Thos. III. Gui-i-kv, N.G.  Duncan Ross, Reel Sec.  F=.,  &   A.   M.  GREENWOOD LODGE, A. F. & A. M.  Regular   Communication   first    Thursday   in'  every month.   Sojourning brethren  cordiallv  ���'"-"cd. J.  c.   HAAS,  C. Scott Galloway, W.M. Secretarv.  w  SySW    W. 1J. I'AI.MEK.  ��-3!*  K. IIUXTKH.  \  M  KAt*  ^ Contractors and Builders i  ff TURNING AND BASDSAWIKC  mi  -��-'-$ A  SPECIALTY.  K_4    SU0P   AND   OKrflCE, SII.VKK   ST.  *&�� GREENWOOD, U. C. w.���  Wi..^,,....,     .:  l      %&  W  m  <^"( _;  WHITE  AND  ATWOOD,  WELLINGTON, SMITH'S,  AND   OTHER   BOUNDARY   CREEK   CAMPS.  Three  chartered   Banks  have  branches   in   the  city.  For price of L,ots and other information, address .  ROBT.  WOOD  or  C.   SCOTT  GALLOWAY,  GREENWOOD,   BOUNDARY   CREEK,   B.C.  ...Or apply to ihe Agents :  C. F..C0STERT0N    ^   A. IC STUART,   X   J. B. JOHNSON &'CO.,  Vkkmw  ��� Vancouver.  Rossland.  MODEL    CARE.  W. R. Courts, Pkoi\  A New Restaurant in the Flood-Naden  Block, Run on the  LIVE AND LET LIVE PLAN  Our Tea, ColTce or Cocoa is  Always Fresh and Well Made  I. B. RICKARDS I  MIDWAY.   B.C..  MIEJIFINCWL  MINING BROKERS.  Flrc. Lite and Accident Insurance.  ���>  .&.,. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  B HAVE..  assess  ���'���'.'���: WHAT we HAW WE5LL hold; ,;;  For a safe, sure, and reliable speculation keep your money  for investment in  i here is no surer thing on earth than that Rendell is located  is.-ike most natural position to command--the'trade,,-, of the rich  l'liiiiing section of the West Fork country, Located at the cpiv  f.i-.:ei.ce of Beaver Creek and .West Fork of Kettle river at the  junction of the two railways and main line of the C, P, R. nothx  ing can change its natural location, '"/������'���"  TO THE MANY BUYERS  Eager to get in oh the ground floor of Rendell we beg to say lots  will be on the market as soon as the survey is completed, we  prefer to complete the survey .in preference to selling paper lots.  In the Meantime Don't be Decoyed.  ES *&  YOU CAN'T  TAKE ANOTHER'S   .���   hi -_~j  A case was tried in an English court of law  recently which is of interest to hat men. The  plantiff a Liverpool man was lunching at a club  one day and left his hat which had cost him  SI,75 on a peg near pegs containing other hats,  When he came out his hat was gone. But  nearby was a hat which had been left behind,  by another member of the club, This member  it appeared on enquiry had taken the plantiffs  hat not being able to find his own, The plains  tiff went and bought a $2,50 hat, Sent the bill  to the other member, The other declined to  pay and so was brought into court, ��� The dc  fendant submitted that the whole affair was a  trifling mistake and that he was not liable in  law, The Judge thought differently. He said  it is not a mistake The defendant saw a hat he  knew was not his and took it He gave judgev  ment for $1,75 in favor of plantiff the sum  which the latter's missing hat had cost  MORAL Buy your hats from R & Co they are  different from other hats, and have them put  your name in it  ENDELL& CO.  C. E. Race.returned to Rossland on  Thursday    ���   \.' . ' '''* .  F. H. Oliver, manager of the Morrison company, is in the city.  James  Martin,   M. P. P.  arrived   in  Greenwood   this'   (Friday)     afternoon  and  will   spend   several  days  iu    the  ''distri. t.    '. .'���   ������;'��������� -^ ' ��� '  James ������ Martin,' M.P.P., left Ross-  line! a few days ago for a trip through  the Boundary Creek,'district. He is  expected here daily.   .','  P. Burns senior member of the firm  of P. Burns & Co., Blake Wilson a  member of the same firm and Bruce  While, Nelson, are in the city.  A grand ballwill.be g-iven in Barrett's hall 'Oil Monday evening Yiext.  The proceeds will go to the building  fuudof the Roman Catholic church.  Joseph E. Woodcuff, a- Chicago capitalist, is visiting the. district. He is  interested in mining ventures in Oregon and. elsewhere, and is examining  Boundary Creek properties. ,  A mass meeting of the citizens will  be held in Barrett's hall on Tuesday  evening next for the purpose of perfecting an organization to arrange a  Dominion Day celebration. Everyone  interested in a successful celebration  is urgently requested to attend.';  H. H. Bailey, of Ottawa, Ont., arrived in the city on Thursday evening.  Mr. Bailey is one of the shareholders  in the Knob Hill, Granby" Smelting,  and other companies . operating ��� in  Boundary Creek.-, He is making his  first visit to the district, and while  here will look up properties for eastern  men who wish to invest in good properties; He is accompanied by E. F.  Massam of Spokane. , :  .  D. R.'Campbellhas returned  from a  business    visit, to      eastern   ''centers.  During  his  absence   he   successfully  - negotiated a deal for the purchase of  the Anchor and  Enterprise claims  in.  LongXake camp.      A  company   has  been incorporated  to take over these  properties.      The   company is   called  "The^Enterprise   and  Anchor Mines,  Ltd."    The capital  is $1,000,000  and  the head office is  in  Greenwood,  B'.'C.  The Anchor and Enterprise are two of  the best known  properties   in    Long  Lake   camp.      A   large    amount    of  development work' has  been  done on  the property.   -The ore is free milling.  Extraordinarily     large    values   have  been secured from the'vein; - The^new  company  is ready  to-'begin ' development upon a large scale. -  ADVERTISING GREENWOOD.  Mr. Taylor Deliveries Illustrated Lectures In  England.  Mr. Stephen Taylor who was a resident of Greenwood for nearly a year  has been entertaining and ��� instructing  English audiences with a series of  lectures descriptive of Greenwood in  particular and the province generally.  The Barrow News has this to say'regarding a recent lecture delivered by  Mr. Taylor :  The  inhabitants of Roa Island, supplemented by    a large  contingent, of  friends from Barrow, and  a few  from  Dalton,had a- great treat ou  Thursr-  day evening' last,  when  Mr.  -Taylor  gave   his   lecture   illustrated   with -a  large number of views of the portions ���  of British   Columbia,   he   himself  had  visited,  and  the  views  he  took when  resident at Greenwood City, B. C.   The  school room was packed, Mr. Alderman  G. B. Wonsbrough, J.P.,  presided, the  lantern   being'   manipulated    by    Mr.  Irving Wansbrough.. Mr. Taylor kept  his   audience   entertained    with     the  wonderful pictures of  the "Rockies,"'  the miner's camps,   travelling   equipments, Indian  settlements,   the home  pictures   of Mr.   Wright,   junr., . and  other friends including Mr. Pool, junr.  and  a  host of pictures showing   the  rough life in camp combined with  the  good  fellowship  also   existing   there,  not   forgetting   the   devoted Church  Missionary, a manly character made to  be admired.    Mr. Taylor enlarged  upon these things in such an   interesting  and descriptive  way,  that his words  and   pictures, will   long   live   in   the  memories of the large company  there  present.     The lecturer was    heartily  thanked -for his kindness in giving his  time and pictures free of charge,  the  object   being   to raise   funds   for   the  Wesley an friends who worship at Roa  Island,   to   purchase   an   harmonium.  Mr.     Alderman      Wansbrough     also  received the grateful  thanks   of   his  friends here, not only  for his  interest  on   this   occasion,   but'  for the  many  other kindly remembrances the friends  cherish for him at his place.    Mr.   and  Mrs. Edmondson,  had as usual, dore  much to  add  to   the success  of this  entertainment, and the little Methodist  cause   amongst   their   many    friends  settled here.  Whilst the Greenwood City Council have compel/  ledthestoresto,closeonSundays, they have no  -jurisdiction over our business during-the week,,,,,,,        ./'.���  ...We Are ^  Gent's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes  Clothing:,      .Neckties.      latest Styles in Collars,     Hats  Caps; ....  Etc.,   :   Etc.  Whilst the City Council regulates our Sunday affairs, We regulate our own prices  and they suit every pocket.    Just call and see us at the  WHITE KRONT __   '  OLSON & PHELAN  �� "ll^^l Government Street, Greenwood.  (>:<  lo the  Lotis 1m.uk.  tail oiiSXl I  A. Fisher.  '  MILLS,  AND,     YARDS     XT  Greenwood City    %   Eholt Greek, B, G,  ���   Af.lltltflli'tlipn^     -.f     T>-. t.       'i      t. ���'.-����� ' t   Manufacturers of Rough, and- Dressed  Shingles, Lath, Mouldings, Sash and Doors,   # m $    . .    ..  .   ���  Cv.:       ALL HNDjOF^FACTORI WORK MADE TOiORDER     t -' "���'-��:  ^be;r-delivered;to.any place:Jn the .City or: .���d:MininW Camps-^.  Midway, Kettle River^  First-olas? Accomodation.   Good Stabling... :s.opriNG Place for Stacks.  McAU__��_Yj KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors,   ,  ���������*:  We are paying particular attention' to "  ��q  *'��� Our Hams and Bacong, after a trial, you" wijl &  certainly pronounce as the .best you have: -/��vir* . *"  used. . ���'   ,:Vi '��� <$r  P.   BURNS   <&   CO.  j��   Head Office for Boundary^Creek division at GREENWOOD/ !��  4  &tfy^_ji*'jfrjfr>  Shops at Cascade; Grand Forks, Niagara^ .Greenwood and MldwWy  OF   EVERY   DESCRIPTION. UPHOLSTERING,   ETC:' ;'���  The Larg-est Stock in the District.  ; COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD,CITY, B.C.;.. ..   '  THE    PALACE'LIVERY   STABL^  THE  BOUNDARY  CREEK   DISTRJPT.  Extra Well Fitted for Long Drives,    Saddle Horses and Pack  Ponies,    Feed Barn,   Hay and Oats For Sale,  A. W. ROBINS   - --   -   PROPRIETOR.  1 THE ELKHORN ADDIT  m  -fife:  ���s<_3  =ifes  -?*����  W'  IS THIS BEST SITE FOR  T  REASONABLE PRICES  and EASY PAYMENT.  FOR PARTICULARS APPLY.  ^"5  Room 10, Naden-Flood Building, Copper Street.

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