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 &?<?  a  if  FT  .#.���:  Hi  P  ?& :-  h' v  P  ??.������'  I  SATURDAY/MAY    14,    1898  */  **  ^  <?  4  '**  *0  iLISHEB AT GREENWOOD; ^B.C.  I  fWia��ssTOflfi^;x.v^^  scxeikvi k ���& k*i vwifljfwjr Drnms  ��� ���  MANUFACTURERS  OF  Concentrators, Smelters,  Engines and  Water Wheels, etc.  wvmTfWBBa  SAW,  PLANING AND SHINGLE  High Speed Corliss Engines.  Works ?  #  Branch Office s  Building, I.  To be complete" must include Anvils,  Bellows, Drills, Giant Powder, Caps and  Fuse, and all other Miners* tools, These  may be procured from the Russell Hard-'  ware Company, who carry a complete  stock of the highest grade Miners' Sup^  plies,  Money is saved by dealing with us,  til  Of Housekeeping arises from  a poor Stove. Discard your  worn out* old fashioned Stove  for one of our modern Ranges  and make the good Houses  wife happy,  Dealers in Hardware, Stoves, Granite and Tinware; Carpenters9 and Miners' Tools,  Ore Cars and Rails, Powder and Steel Paints and Oils, Sashes and boors,  Water Pipes and Fixtures. All kinds of Tinsmitliing, Plumbing, and Furnace Work.  twrnrnwiiBsmmi  Remember !    We are headquarters for Boots and Shoes  and have  a  fine line of Men 's, Women's and Children's,  of both  American and Canadian manufacture.  Outing Shirts.  Summer Underwear.  Collars and Cuffs.  White  Shirts.     .  Fancy Colored Shirts.  Neglige Shirts.  LATEST STYLES IN SPRING HATS.  Summer  Hose.  Ties (beautiful line).  Gloves.  Handkerchiefs.  Towels.  &c, &c, &c.  The most complete stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries in the city.  ..... TENTS,. All  Sizes. .....  aT,Ty.^TaEifrY��>?nnTCTTrr^^:JW��u��t��aa��j^ra.*.igjaw  KBtmuauamwintrtBB cmiuuuuiiMiuji*Mwm.imwtuuiaBBa*umiLiuijiUuuu  "9  Barrett Block,  Copper Street,  f>       S       y>       * n  V '  I  it  -;!'':rVSy'L$'''t>-?^^  i - ���' -X V  I'  it t  ft:;  If-:  A Weekly Paper published in the interests ot the Boundary Creek Mining District.  *���-������  Vol. IV.  GREENWOOD, B.C��� SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1898.  88 No. 10."  1'U1  I:?  FINANCIAL   RECKLESSNESS.  i  I?  'OOLS rush in where angels fear to tread. The  Turner government with that recklessness  which plunged the province one and a half millions in debt in order to anchor the capital at  Victoria is now going to give $1,600,000 to assist  in building a railway to the Yukon country.  The necessity of a railway into the Boundary  Creek country is used as a stalking horse behind which the  government intends to impose this additional burden upon  the taxpayers of the province. British Columbia is to be  legislated into a modern Atlas, forced to carry burdens the  Dominion found too inconvenient to bear.  The bill authorizing the further loan of $2,500,000 was  presented to the house in the shape of an amendment to the  Loan Bill of last year. It will be remembered that this bill  provided for a loan of $2,500,000 making $5,000,000 in all.  The railways to be assisted by last year's act and the one  just introduced is as follows :  A���For a standard-gauge railway from Penticton to the  Boundary Creek district, approximately 100 miles in  length.  B���For a standard gauge railway from Robson to the  Boundary Creek district, to connect with the railway mentioned in sub-section A hereof, approximately 80 miles in  length.  C���For a standard-gauge railway from the Coast, in the  neighborhood of English Bluff, near Point Roberts via Chilr  liwack to Penticton, approximately 230 miles.  D���For a standard-gauge railway from Bute Inlet to  Quesnelle, approximately 230 miles.  E���For not more than 400 miles of a narrow-gauge railway from Teslin Lake to a seaport in British Columbia,  divided by the Stickine River into the northern and southern sections.  The above grants are to be made on the conditions :  (1.) That unless work is commenced on railways mentioned in Sub-sections A and B, within 15 months from the  8th day of May, 1897, and on those mentioned in Sub-sections C. and D within two years from the 8th day of May,  1897, and on each section of the railwa3>- mentioned in Subsection E by the 1st day of June, 1898, and is duly and diligently prosecuted to the satisfaction of the Lieutenant-governor in council, all right and claim to the aforesaid subsidy, granted by this Act, shall be cancelled and forfeited.  (2.) That construction on the railway mentioned in  Sub-section A of said Section 8 be begun and carried on  from Penticton.  (3.) That the aforesaid subsidy shall not be payable  until the section of railway for which the subsidy is granted  is completed and in running order to the satisfaction of the  Lieutenant-governor-in-counci3, nor until security or guarantees, satisfactory to the Lieutenant-governor-in-council  is, or are given for the continuous maintenance and operation of the railway ; and no subsidy shall be payable or paid  until after such completion and the g-iving of such security  or guarantees.  In the case of the line from Robson to   Boundary Creek  district being built by a cornp aiy entitled to a  land   grant,  for the construction of such line, the subsidy herein authorized shall only be paid to suoh company on its giving up its  claim to the land grant to suh portions of its line.  The land occupied and ciaimed as the right of way for  the road mentioned in Sub-se tion E, and other lands occupied for station   or  engine houses,  or .other  buildings con  nected with the actual open  with the personal'property 1  operation, including the roll  a whole, and at the sum of Piping sidings, of the railway  and without the limits of. ;,ii-  In connection with the ' x  for in Section E, an agreeine.  non of the railway, together  old in connection with such  ������!g stock, shall be assessed, as  )00 per iniie of track, includ-  utuated within the Province  < 11 ;or porated munioipa 1 ity.  .-> in Lake Railway, provided  with the promoters provides  that the provincial government shall, receive 4'per cent, of  the gross receipts of the r -.itway, and a.wj.g*on road over  the route indicated is to be i     -i^ '���-���   to y consti'ucted.  Past railway legislation ;:        ���:'���..>    .rovince   has  been   of  such a'nature that raihva3r pr. ��� ,;   ..- o found   it   more profit  able to wait for  subsidies   than   build   for   business, consequently we are bound   to accept the  subsidies   for   railway  construction into the Boundary Creek country as being necessary and in the public interest.    It   is  rather   a startling  anomaly to find a government  strenuously  endeavoring to  prevent Mr. Corbin from  building   a railway   into this district and then paying the C. P. R.   $4,000 a   mile   for  doings  what Mr. Corbin  offered  to  do  for  nothing.    It is equally  startling to find that the provincial government are paying  $4,000 a mile to the C.   P.   R.   when   Sir William Van Home  told the railway committee of the House of Commons that  his company did not intend asking for a  subsidy for building a road into Boundary Creek district.    The  people have  at  least   the  satisfaction   of   knowing   that if the C. P. R.  accepts this cash subsidy, the  enormous land grant which  had been alienated in Mr. Heinze's interests will go back tb-  the province. , ,  The    assistance   for    a   railway    from    Teslin  Lake  to   a    seaport    in     British    Columbia,   approximately   400'  miles is about as foolhardy a proposition as was ever undertaken   by    any  government.    The Yukon  country   is   an  inhospitable  region that is only temporary at best.    Placer  mining is never permanent   and   as soon   as   the river beds  yield no  further  wealth   the  district   will become depopulated.      The    .Dominion     government   realizing   this,    refrained from appropriating  public  money for  building  a  railway that after a few years will not pay for axle grease.  The   land in that   region will never be used for permanent  settlement and  consequently   is   the   exception to the rule-  that no lands should be alienated   to   assist  railway   enterprises.    The  Dominion  government was  frustrated   in its-  efforts by an irresponsible Senate.    The  British   Columbia  government generously  comes  to  assistance of the federal  government and undertakes a work that is  essentially the  duty of the Dominion.    Premier   Turner   showed so   much  anxiety in the matter that he telegraphed Sir   Wilfrid Lau-  rier that he was willing to undo the mischief of the Senate.  A general election   is   dangerously  near.    The  Turner  government is discredited.    Pocket  boroughs  require careful handling.    The Canadian Pacific Railway   Co.   will get  $400,000   for   a   road   from   Penticton   to Boundary Creek;  $320,000from Boundary Creek to Robson;  $1,600,000  for  a.  road from Teslin Lake to B. C. seaport ; $920,000  for a road  from Point   Roberts to Penticton.    Total $3,240,000.    What  a glorious opportunity for a campaign fund.    The C. P. R.  would   be   iudeed   ungenerous   if it did not donate at least  $250,000 to the Turner government to  carry   the   elections.  That sum will buy all the pocket boroughs in the province.  It is a daring, reckless scheme.    We must go  to history for  its parallel.    Years   ago   Richard  III  offered   his kingdom  for a horse ; to-day the Hon. J. H. Turner says to the   C. P.  R., " carry the elections and a province I will give thee."  *V4  ���He.  BETTER   MAIL   SERVICE   DEMANDED.  It is hoped that Post Office Inspector Fletcher will act  promptly in the matter of securing a daily mail service  between Greenwood and Grand Forks. Last summer such  a service was established because residents of Greenwood  contributed $20 a month for carrying the mails on alternate  da3rs. Such a service would probably have been maintained until the present but Mr. Snodgrass offered to carry  mails between the two points without private contributions  he   were   allowed   to  change his time on   the   Penticton  if  rout  Now that this arrangement no longer prevails it is  the duty of the post office department to act promptly and  re-establish the daily service. Greenwood is too important  a business centre to be without a clailv mail. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  First  Payment  Made.  On Saturday last $6,500 was paid'into, the. bank','at Rossland  on account of  the bond on the Snowshoe.    This  was  the first ten percent, payment, according to the   conditions   of the   bond for  $65,000 given by an  English  syndicate  represented by R. W.   Macfarlane,   M.  E.    Mr. Macfarlane went over to Rossland last week to make arrangements  for the payment of the money.  .', Since taking hold of   the   Snowshoe  some three months   ago   Mr.   ���Macfarlane did   considerable work.    A shaft  was sunk 130 feet.    This was  crosscut  for   44   feet   at   the 110-ft level.    The  result was most encouraging.    A large  vein of high  grade ore was uncovered.  Mr. Macfarlane is expected back  in a  few days and in air probability a large  mining plant will be purchased for the  Snowshoe.    With   such   a   plant   it  is  expected that a large amount of work  will be done in the next   three  months  at  the  end  of  which   the second payment becomes due.  Telephone   Connection.  Republic has now   telephone connection.    The line runs from Kettle Falls  9  and is 37 miles long. Later on the line  will be extended to Torado. The Spokane & British Columbia Telephone  Co., who erected the line are now building from Bossburg to Grand Forks.  They expect to reach Grand Forks by  Julv 1st.  Corporation  of  the   City  of  Greenwood,  BY-LAW      NO.      ��.  City of Greenwood Municipal Rate By-law,  1898. v  "W/ThEREAS it is necessary and ex-  ^* pedient that a by-law be passed  for levying a rate on all the land and  improvements on the assessment roll  of the Corporation of the Cit)r of Greenwood, to provide for the general and  ordinary expenses of the said Gopor-  ation'during the current year :  Therefore the Municipal Council of  the Corporation of the City of Greenwood enacts as follows :  1. There is hereby settled, imposed  and levied, and there shall be raised  and collected upon all the lands mentioned and described in the assessment  roll of the said City of Greenwood for  the 3rear an equal rate or tax of twelve  mills on the dollar upon the full assessed value of the said lands as appears  on said assessment roll.  2. There is hereby settled, imposed  and levied, and there shall be raised  and collected upon all the improvements mentioned and described in the  assessment roll of the said City of  Greenwood for the }rear an equal rate  or tax of twelve mills on fifty per cent,  of their value as appears on the said  assessment roll.  3. The said rates or taxes shall become due and pa3rable by the person or  persons liable to pay the same, to the  Collector of the said City of Greenwood, at his office in the said city, on  and after the first day of July, 1898.  4. A rebate of one-sixth shall be  allowed on all taxes hereby imposed  which shall be paid on or before the  31st day of August, 1898.  5. If the rates or taxes hereby imposed, or any part thereof, shall not be  paid on or before the 31st day of December, 1898, the same may be collected '  in the manner provided by the " Municipal Clauses Act, 1896," and amendments thereto.  6. This by-law may be cited as the  " City of Greenwood Rate Bvlaw, No.  9, 1898." .. '���'������;"������'  Read first and second time, Monday,  April 25th, 1898.  Read third time, May 2nd, 1898.  Reconsidered and finally adopted  by the Council this 9th day of Mav,  A.D. 1898.  [i..s.] ROBERT  WOOD,  Duncan Ross, , Maj^or.  ^   c.M.c.  "'.'   ":������.-:���-'���  NOTICE  THE above is a true copy, of a by-law passed  by the municipal council of the corporation of the City of Greenwood oiv the 9th day  of May, A.D. 1898, and all persons are hereby  required to take notice that anyone desirous of  applying- to have said by-law, or an}- part  thereof, quashed, must make his application  for that purpose to the Supreme Court within  one month next after the publication of this  1vy-law in the British Columbia Gazette, or he  will be too late to be heard in that behalf.  DUNCAN  ROSS,  Citv Clerk.  Corporation of the City of  Greenwood,  BY-L/VW    NO.    iO.  To Provide a Sinking Fund and for the interest  on Municipal Debentures.  \jj/7*HEREAS it  is  necessary and ex-  pedient   to   provide    a    sinking  fund for the payment  of the  city  debentures and the interest thereon :  Therefore the Municipal Council of  the Corporation of the City of Greenwood enacts as follows :  1. There is hereby settled, imposed  and levied7atid there shall be raised  and collected, in addition to all other  taxes, upon all the lands and improvements mentioned and described in the  assessment roll of the said City of  Greenwood for the year 1898, a special,  equal rate or tax of four mills on the  dollar on the assessed value thereof to  provide a sinking fund, and a "special,  equal rate of six mills on the dollar to  provide for interest on the City of  Greenwood municipal debentures to the  amount of $11,000 issued in pursuance  of By-law No. 5, and $14,000 issued in  pursuance of By-law No. 6.  2. The said rates or taxes shall become due and oavable on the first day  of July, 1898, .to" the- Collector of the  said City of Greenwood, at his office in  the said city, after which date the same  may be collected in the manner provided by the " Municipal Clauses Act,  1896," and amendments thereto.  3. This by-law may be cited as the  "City of Greenwood Special Rate Bylaw, No. 10, 1898."  Read first and second time, Monda}',  April 25th, 1898.  Read third time, May 2nd, 1898.  Reconsidered, adopted and finally  passed the Council this 9th day of  May," 1898.  [i,.s.] ROBERT WOOD,  Duncan Ross, Mayor.  City Clerk.  NOTICE  THE above is a true-copy of a by-law passed  by the municipal council of the corporation of the City of Greenwood on the 9th (knot May, A.D.. 1898, and all persons are hereby  required to take notice that anyone desirous of  appl\'iny to have such by-law or any part  thereof quashed, must make his application for  that purpose to the Supreme Court within one  month next after the publication of this by-law  in the British Columbia Gazette, or he will be  too late to be heard in that behalf.  DUNCAN    ROSS,  Citv Clerk.  EITH,  SUCCESSOR  TO  oJ.   P.   MARLAN,  4�� ASSAYER4>  Delicious  Toothsome  roe^ccos,..  WILLS' Famous "Navy Cut," "Traveller,"  and other lines of tobaccos.  IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS.  /n. E. ERAZEE,  Hamill Block  Copper Street.  <^  MISS   O.   MEDILL,  Dressmaking and Millinery Parlors.  Sample Plats, in the latest styles, will  arrive in a few days.  COPPER STREET,   GREENWOOD.  &4&L    ?Qj       jtfc       jO?        jOc       jC?       jfi?        &k       jOr        z&t       jOc       jfir    J  g/%,*M2> *3p ft|S3 &flfe> ft^d <Ms> ��Ma ��Md eMs> feSfe tMa,  THE EVERETT & SPOKANE MINING  Company hereby revokes the appointment as Attorney for this Companj; of D. A.  Holbrook at Greenwood, B.C., made on the 8th  day of March, 1898, and instead thereof hereby  nominates and appoints Georg-e Arthur Rendell, merchant, of Greenwood City, Yale district, Province of British Columbia, to be their  resident,ag-ent and attoruev.  Attest:' "E. MARLTON,  T. W. Gillette, President.  ���     Secretarv.  April 9th, 1898. * 85  MINERAL    ACT,    1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  N O 7 ICE.  GREYHOUND Mineral Claim; situate in the  Kettle River'mining, division of Yale district.  Where located : Iti Deadwood camp.  TAKE Notice that I, W. J. Harris, free miner's certi.ficase, No. 79,645, 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 yrant  of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of s'-cb certificate of improvements.  Dated this 11th'day of April, 1898.   ���        " ��� 84  SO   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone sending a sketch and description may  auiekly ascertain our opinion free whether an  invention is probably patentable. Communications strictly confl dential. Handbook on Patents  sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.  Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive  special notice, without charge, in the  A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest circulation of any scientific journal. Terms, $3 a  year; four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.  1UPSN & Co.36,Broaawa>,'New York  Branch Office. 625 F St., Washington, D. C.  APPLICATION FOR  TRANSFER  OF LICENSE.  NOTICE is hereby tfiven that I intend-to  appiv at the next siitin.sr of lh^ Eiceusing-  Court lo be holdou at the City of Greenwood on  Wednesday, tlie <-th. dav of June, 1898, for a  transfer to H. McKTee of l lie license now held  by me io sell spirituous and fermented, liquors  by retail npoii the premises known as the Commercial Hotel, Copper street, situate upon lot 8,  in block'5, in the Citv of G reen.wood.  D. R. CAMPBELL.  Dated this 4th day of May. A.D. 1898. 87  APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  GREENWOOD  B.C.  NOTICE is hereby g-iven that I intend to  apply to, the license Commissioners of  the City of G oenwood, at their next sitting-, for  a transfer to E. Parry of the license now held  by me to .-cU liquor bv retail on the premises  known as tlie imperial Hotel, lot 13, block 12,  in the City of Greenwood. S. L. GRAHAM.  Dated tins 4th dav of Mav, 189S. 87 ';'-^^i"!^i^?i:^.:Si^S)^Z''5lj!!��S  6!  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK    TIMES.  i  i  v.  ��''  I  fit  I  I'  fl'  C.   P.   R.   to   Build.  Bids for the construction of the C.  P. R. from Robson to Midway, a distance of 100 miles, will be opened on  June 15th. Mr. W. F. Tye and his  corps of engineers are busy preparing  plans and the estimates for the road.  Among the contractors who have had  representatives over the, ground are  Foley Bros., St. Paul ; H. C. Henry,  Seattle ; Winthers, Parson & Boomer,  Butte ; Lynch ; Larson ; McKenzie &  Mann.  With respect to the road from Penticton work must begin at Penticton before August 8th to save the siibskty of  $4,000 per mile.  Mother   Lode   Machinery.  The machinery for the Mother Lode  is beginning to arrive; three wagon  loads reached Greenwood on Wednesday. The first consignment which  consisted chiefly of piping was hauled  to the mine with considerable difficulty.  The road to the Mother Lode was  rather soft and the heavy wagons cut  through. It is expected however that  before the boilers and heavier material  reach here the road will be in a better  condition. The plant is by far the  largest ever brought into the district.  The entire weight will be about 52  tons. '  -   ���  Mr. Corbin's Intention.  In a letter to The Times, Mr. D. C.  Corbin states that owing to the action  of the Dominion parliament he has  notified parties who were to take a considerable part of his bonds that their  subscriptions would be cancelled. He  does not expect to do any railway  building this year, unless it is in the  direction of Republic. Mr. Corbin is  naturally disppointed, and he expresses  the hope that for the sake of the district the C.P.R. Co. will carry out  their pledges and build here this year.  Kimberly   Camp.  Messrs. Shire and Thompson of Victoria arrived from Rossland this week  to work properties in Kimberly Camp  in which they are interested. Messrs.  Shire and McCurrach did considerable  work on Kimberly camp properties last  year. Among their locations are the  Wallace, Bruce, Middlesea, Forest City,  Caledonia, Thistle and Highland Chief.  Several claim holders in Kimberly  camp have decided to develop their  properties this summer.  Accident.  Richard Ratcliff, the well known  contractor, fell from Miller Bros.' new  building on Thursday and was rather  badly shaken up. He was shingling  when a portion of the sca.ffold.ing gave  way, a bundle of shingles falling with  him. Dr. Jakes attended to the injured man. It is feared that he was hurt  internally.   It is definitely reported that the Le  Roi and the North port smelter have  been purchased by the British America  Corporation. The price is said to be  $3,000,000.  Boundary  Valley  Lodge,  No, 3 8, I.O.O.F.  EETS-every  Tuesday-  k,   Evening- "at   8.00   in  their lodg-e room.at Greenwood, B.C.   A cordial  invitation is extended to all soiourhing- brethren. W. M. Law, N.G.  D. G. McRae, Rec. Sec.  Court Boundary,, No. 3576, J.O.F.  THE ABOVE COURT meets at Greenwood  on the first and third ThursdaA' evenings  of every.'month. Visiting- Members are cor-  diallv welcomed.  GEORGE F. MILLER.  G. A. Guess, Recording- Secretary.  Chief Rang-er. 45  BOUNDARY CREEK MINING & COMMERCIAL  ASSOCIATION  T7T7TLL   meet   every   alternate   Wednesday  YY     Evening- in -Rendell   &   Co.'s  hall  at 8  o'clock.    The meetings are open to the public.  J. P. HARLAN, THOS. HARDY,  68 Secretar\\ President.  1HUJJ-JIU1MI JfWM  MINERAL   ACT,   1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  LAKE SIDE FRACTION Mineral claim, situate in the Kettle River mining- division of  Yale district. Where located : In Long-Lake  camp.  TAKE notice that we, Seth Emerson, free  miner's certificate, No. 327a, and' J. A.  Cameron, free miner's certificate No. 326a, intend, sixt3r days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining- Recorder for a certificate of  improvements, for the purpose of obtaining-  a crown  'grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 18th day of March, 1898. 81-9  MINERAL   ACT,    1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  ANCHOR Mineral Claim,  situate in the Kettle River   mining- division of Yale district.  Where located : Long-Lake camp.  n^AKE   notice   that" I,  Georg-e   D.  Le3rson,.  X       free miner's certificate No.  95327, intendi  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining- Recorder for a certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining- a Crown  grant of the above claim.  And further take  notice that, action^  under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improA-emerits.  Dated this 18th day of March, 1898. 81-9  MINERAL    ACT,    1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  ENTERPRISE (fractional) mineral claim,  situate in the Kettle River mining- division  of Yale district. Where located : Long-Lake  camp.  TAKE notice that I, Georg-e D. Le3*sou, free  miner's certificate No. 95,327, intend sixtj'-  da\rs from the date hereof, to applj7- to the Mining- Recorder for a certificate of improvements,  for tlie 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 improvement.  Dated this 18th day of March, 1898. 81-9  MINERAL   ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  TWIN Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle River mining- division of Yale district.  Where located : Deadwood camp.  TAKE Notice that I, J. W. Htig-h Wood, free  miners's certificate No. 361a, intend, sixtA-  days from the date hereof, to appty to the Minting- Recorder for a. certificate of improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining- a crown grant of  the above claim.  Aud further take notice that action, uudei  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 15th day of April, 1898. 84  MINERAL   ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  .      NOTICE.  BONNIE BELL Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kettle River mining-division of Yale district.  Where located : In Deadwood camp.  TAKE Notice that I, Robert Wood, free  miner's certificate No. 360a, intend, sixty  daA\s from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining- Recorder for a certificate of improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining- a Crown grant  of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be. commenced before tlie issuance of such certificate of improvements.  'Dated this 15th day of April, 1S9S. S4  The Pioneer Jewelers,  GREENWOOD.  OK ELL &  FRUIT/* PRESERVING # COMPANY,  Victoria,    B/G,  ���MANUFACTURERS   OF���  Candies,   Mincemeat,   Orange,   Citron  and Lemon Peels.    Preserves and  Marmalades.    Pickles and  Vineg^ar.  ������o������   '  We claim without exception to make the  Purest and  Best - Selling:   Goods  in  Canada.  ESTABLISHEI)  1862.  Manufacturers of Furni  turer Upholstery, etc,  >*>/"  +*>���  Importers of Crockery, Glassware, Carpets,  Wall Paper, .Linoleums, etc. Residences and  Hotels furn ished throug-hout. All orders, no  matter how larg-e, promptlv filled, as we have  the  LARGEST STOGK IN THE PROVINCE.  $% *% $&  ���71* 1l\- �����!*  Write us for Catalog-tie aud Price List.  _._�����    *_*���    iV*  ���?l\~      itf      -i^  VICTORIA.   B.C.  Financial and Insurance Agent  VERNON,   .B.C.  AGENT  FOK  The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.  The RoAral Insurance Co.  The Scottish Union & National Ins. Co.  The Loudon & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  The Insurance Company of North America.  The London & Canadian Eire Ins. Co.  Dominion Building- & Loan Association.  APPRAISER   FOR ~  The Canada Permanent Loan & Saving's Co.  ��K  W. J. Snodgkass & Sons, Prop's.  Leaves Penticton at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, aud Saturdays for Camp McKiiiney,  Rock Creek, Midway, Anaconda, Greenwood,  Carson and Grand Fonts.  Returning- leaves Grand Forks at 12 m. each  and every day except Sunday for Greenwood,  aud leaves Greenwood for Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m.  Carries the Mails, Passeng-ers and Express.  jftST- Will sell   throng-!)   Tickets   to   Vancouver,  Victoria, Seattle or Portland. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  T?r.V��- '���*"����� ��� K ST*, yj-'l ��� ����� *.'**���-;>*���?���*������;����������� r ."   <1 ������ ��� ��TI !.���. nwni t"���.w��� T ���   ��� ��� J�� r;��g Bjff��MHlWy*���  mwm&rwwii���wMwnnKw���Bu2Srj*TJS*?nussrx!iiwppgMigp����i*nynyaCT���^TH- ww ���"^'wruy;1 'lyBirj-w��� ��wr*jtrjtrrr'-*r:L."ar- ��..<-'�� TKrwry-jw*ww"^.m*^  LAVALLEY   LAND   DISPUTE.  The Christina Lake land dispute has  been settled. The dispute was between  Eli Lavalley who claimed 160 acres on  the east side of the lake under a preemption record granted him on June  23rd, 1896, and Chas. Dundee who  claimed 320 acres (which included La-  ������ valley's 160 acres ) under an application to purchase which was accepted  by the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works. It will be remembered  that Mr. Leonard Norris, the government agent at Vernon, held an inquiry  at Grand Forks on March 15th last.  Mr. J. P. McLeod appeared for Laval-  ley. The evidence of Laval ley's witnesses Wcis taken but neither Dundee  nor his ag-e'nt appeared for examination. Mr. Norris recently gave a decision in favor' of Lavalley, confirming  his pre-emption title to the land.  The decision hinged on. a question as  to whether a prior record held by Neil,  Hardy was valid, Mr. -Hardy having-  admitted he had not compiled with the  provisions of the Land Act as regards  occupation.  The decision of Mr. Norris gives  general satisfaction. Mr. Lavalley  pre-empted the land in g-ood faith,  lived on the property and spent over  $2,000 in improvements. Because the  land was likel}' to prove valuable a  "syndicate of speculators attempted to  force the poor settler off the land, secure it for themselves and hold it for  speculative purposes.   ,  It is a fortunate thing for Lavalley  and also for the reputation of the province with respect to the administration  of its land laws that Leonard Norris  was the judge in the dispute instead of  Hon. Geo. B. Martin. Mr. Norris  when left untrammelled by the powers  that be has been eminently fair in his  decisions ; Mr. Martin the reverse. , No  better illustration of this can be found  than the fact that through Mr. Martin,  some 80 acres were fH'ched from the  Ruckle Bros., hardworking farmers of  Grand Prairie, and ���given to a land  ���speculator at Victoria.  A   Libel   On   Midway.  Those interested in the town of Mid-  Avajr have good grounds for an ciction  for  damages   against the Mining Rec-  Awarded  Highest Honors���World's Fair,  Qold Medal, Midwinter Fair.  ���tf^, IPS"  .vRr?K  A Pure (irape Cream of Tartar Powder.  40 YEARS THE STANDARD.  ord published at Victoria. In the May  issue of that journal appears an illus-:  tration of ".'Midway, B. C, Looking  down the Valleys" The cut shows a  farmer's snake fence, a barren stretch  of land and a few sickly looking trees  at the base Of a snow-capped mountain.  Not a house is to be seen, not even the  irrigation ditch, nor the bands of  horses, the tintinnabulations of whose  tuneful bells lull the denizens of this  loveh' valley into sweet slumber every  night. The illustration is a libel on  the importance and enterprise of the  town.  Slower   Than   the   Stage   Line.  Greenwood ehjoys'the rather unenviable distinction of being in a position  where   telegraphic   communication   is  slower than the stag-e   line.  A  gentle  man having business in Greenwood  telegraphed from Nelson, B. C, that  he intended leaving for Greenwood in  the morning. That telegram reached  Marcus,was promptly mailed to Greenwood but was delayed at Grand Forks  for 48 hours. In consequence of this  dela}', the sender of the dispatch  reached Greenwood 24 hours before the  dispatch itself. Such , a service would  not be tolerated in any other district as  important as Boundary Creek. Often  important mining deals fall through  because it is impossible to secure  prompt delivery of dispatch. If a telegram were mailed at Marcus for Greenwood on Saturday, under the present  postal arrangements, it would reach  Greenwood on   the following-Tuesday.  Hotel Arrivals.  The following were the arrivals at  the International hotel during the  week :  Lee Davenport, Trail ; J. H. Suss-  man, Montreal ; Henry White, White's  camp ; J. McNicol, E- Jacobs, S. R.  Jackson, Midway ; Kit Rees, City ; ID.  Spraggett, Grand Forks ; Wm. H. Lancaster, Geo., A. Guess, S. Breslauer, M.  McMillen, Thos. McDonnell, City ;  J. E- Boss, Stemwinder.  J. D. Prentice has been chosen as the  opposition candidate in East Lillooet.  He previously represented the riding  for one vear.  0      ��  0     9  By using- some of the latest, newest styles of  WALL PAPER  Which will reach us in a few days.  Books, Stationery, Wall-Paper, Fancy  Goods and Notions,  GREENWOOD  B.C.  Cedar .Shingles.  A.1 Cedar Shingles,  in  any  quantity,  for sale by  Boundary Creek Milling & Lumber Co.,  Greenwood, B. C.  GRAND  SCENERY. tOW   RAXES.  MODEL   ACCOMMODATIONS.  OOEAN     TO     OOEAN  Without change of Cars, via  Solid vestibule trains, consisting- of palace  sleeping- cars, luxurious dining- cars, elegfant  day coaches, magnificent tourist cars and free  colonist sleepers.  .,',  The only line running-  throug"h   tourist  from the coast  /  WINNIPEG,  MINNEAPOLIS  ST.   PAUL,  TORONTO,  MONTREAL,  BOSTON,  Lowest rates to ]}  and from  7   Via all Atlantic  Steamship lines  Canadian PaciEic Ry. Co.'s  Royal Mail SS. Line to Japan and .China-  These twin-screw steamers are in. every respect superior to'any ships that have yet sailed  the Pacific ocean. The route is 300 miles  shorter than via any other Trans-Pati fie line.  Canadian-Australian Steamer Line  . ���TO���  Honolulu, Fiji and Australia.  The shortest line to the Colonies; These  steamers 'carry 'an experienced medical man  and a stewardess on every voy ag-e.  For time tables, pamphlets, or 3.113- information, call on or address '  H. S. SCADDING, E.  J.  COYLE,  Agent, Dist. Pass. Agent,  PENTICTON. VANCOUVER.  RAILWAY.  NELSON X FORT SHEPPARD,  MOiiNTlUN- RMLWRYS.-"  The  only   All  Rail   Route,    without  Change of Cars, between  Also between Rossland and Nelson.  *y��-   *v*   *v*  ���Sjf -7/jT ftf!  Going North  12.34 p.m.  BURGGoing South  2.06 p.m.  Close connections  at Nelson  with  Steamers  for Kaslo and all Kootenay Lake points.  Passeng-ers for Kettle  River and   Boundary  Creek connect at Bossbufg- with daily stag-es.  Is the Best Scotch Whisky  --AND���  SEAGRAM'S  The Best Canadian.  sole agents :  R.   P.   RlTHET &   Co.   Ltd.  VICTORIA     B.C.  / li  b   '  f    '  i  I*  i  i *  F��  6 i  II  I)  I;  i  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  C��ff5ZEK3aEJJH��S3C3raHWBHiC5��l arrfBSB  S3KSHE1B     T^TTW ft w^u^ ��f Tffrijp^9g?iKfcJ^-��'4J>^  GREENWOOD AND  DISTRICT.  W. S.   Fletcher   returned   from   the  West Fork of Kettle river this week.  Mr. A. Leanry was thrown from his  horse on -Wednesday-' evening and  rather badly injured.  M. T. Robinson has finished the  assessment work on two of his ' Kim-  berly camp properties.       ,  Wm. Shaw is doing assessment work  on the Hamfat, an extension of the  Josie, in Summit camp,  James Cunningham is doing assessment work on the Columbus, an extension of the Summit mine, in Summit  camp.  Mr. John Hamill returned to Armstrong on Tuesday. He will probably  make periodical visits to Boundary  Creek during the coming- summer.  Church "services-will be conducted by  Rev. Mr. Guy in Rendell Si Co.'s hall  on Sunday, at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Evening subject:  "Writing off bad debts." All are cordially invited.  J. J. Miller and C. N. Collins returned from Republic this week. They  report that town to be\,still booming.  People are rushing* in every day.  Many of them are without means however and find it'difficult .'to secure employment.  Mr. E. Cargill, of Armstrong, was a  passenger on. Wednesday's stage from  Penticton. Mr. Cargill is a member of  the well known Armstrong firm of  Wood, Cargill & Co. He will remain  in the district for some time and will  probably make some investments.  * ' ���      o  T. M. Gulley has removed his large  stock of furniture to his new store in  the Flood block. Mr. Gulley has the  advantage of having one of the handsomest store fronts in the city. The  second floor of the Flood block is being  fitted up for a Masonic temple. The  Masons expect to organize in a few  davs.  Tunnel   For   Stemwinder.  Mr. James Punch has been awarded  the contract for 60 feet of tunnelling  on the Stemwinder mine. The tunnel  is to connect with the main shaft.  Work will begin at once.  Denial  in   Order.  Elsewhere we give a report of the  discussion on the redistribution bill.  Several ministers maintained that the  result was satisfactory to the people of  Boundary Creek district. Col. Baker  went so far as to state the gentlemen  from Boundary Creek district who visited Victoria during the session suggested the advisability of tacking  Boundary Creek to the Rossland district. We believe that Col. Baker was  lying for political reasons as he often  does and that no one from' Boundary  Creek suggested such an absurd and  unjust combination. The gentlemen  from   Boundary   Creek   ought to   give  Col. Baker's statement a flat denial.  It is bad enough to be wiped out of existence without charging our own people with being traitors to  the  district.  Hon. J. H. Turner has written a letter to A. J. McLellan, Victoria, deprecating the introduction of party lines  in provincial politics.  The very thing you have been Looking for:  s  We are offerin? them from 5Oc. upwards.  CALL    AND    INSPECT    THEM.  &.    J*C  ALSO    A   SPECIAL   LINE   I  50 Cents each.     See our Window,  Vl��,  %������  <*��/  \��/-��  '+<%*  Our Grocery  Stock  js Oomplete.  BUTTER, CHEESE, EGGS, OF THE FINEST QUALITY.  &    PHBLAN,  Government Street,   'V^JWJzStilNI W CJCJJL/. Next Door to the Drug Store.  nmnomnsn  ��� D. R. McELMON,  WATCHMAKER,  ���Formerlj- of Monctou, N.B.���  GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.C.  aV*    iV*-    ^v*  ���*��vc      ir?      trF  Good Tools, plenty of Material,  and 30 years'  Experience in the business.  Engineers' and Surveyors,' Instruments, Guns,  &c, Repaired.  Any kind of small Mechanical Work done.  Camp McKinney Hotel,  HUGH CAMERON, Proprietor.  Best Brands of Wities, Liquors and Cigars.  Good   Stabling.  '���~*��D  Greenwood,   B.C.  ->if       to-       ->ii-  Store Fronts & Fixtures a Specialty-  CORYELL'S MAP, Price $1,25.  To Subscribe for any of the Leading Magazines  Write  for Rates  to  \j  MIDWAY  B.C.  GREENWOOD,     B.O.  ��*[��.    .^jf.    gtg.  ���5ft*    i'^    itF  All kinds of work  executed to  the  satisfaction of customers. i'_!a';LWiiiwi'i  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  If-Mi KB.1 in  T-^a1 ^.JUJ' .��-.. ^...ay^J!,,  ��^;.jui-*>��<H^-eB_tfMiv>Mtfw��i:,��mitf���aM'.J���-  ^c^>-e���<�����-&-4CM&�����c>-o-<e��<o<c^-e-4fi>.e^o��-���<<o��-0'4c���Q-<���)��-e�����eMMn  o  e  y  a  A  e  T,  ��  A.  O  V  9  A  A  T  O  A  ���9  T  T  e  A  a  ���  EDWARDS'  ��oio$x<x$  <J5dfferg,  ��� ���   (    -  Copper Street, Greenwood.  !  e  T  r  0  T  e  A  e  ���  a  A  T  A  ��  y,  e  A  O  ,  V  ���  A  ���  V  0  A  e  y ���  a  A  y  o  A  A O  ��>>O4����-e*a>9-<_>943><MO)����-4s��-s-49��-0-<i8^e<e>��e-4O��-0-4����'S'������-��-4  '    ���$%���. ���-.-  All kinds of Photographic Work at  Moderate Prices.  a        Every Photo g-uarauteed to g-ive  t Satisfaction.  A  a  ���  -��'.  A  -$V'_-  I   E. J. EDWARDS,   Greenwood,   B.C.  _ ���     ��� _  A  ��  y  o  A  a  y  .9 .  A  Qj^ountotg. CreeR Ctmee  PUBLISHED  ])Y  The  Boundary Creek Printing; & Publishing  Company, Limited.  Duncan Ross..; Editor.  W. J. Hakuek.   Manag-er.;,  Advertising-Rates are One Dollar per inch  per:month. Legral notices, 10c. and 5c. per line.  No "qiutck"or remedy ads. inserted at any  price. Subscriptions are due in advance ; other  accounts payable monthly.  ..Address all communications to  <-,  The Times,  Green wood. B.C.  SUHSCKIPTION,   S2.00   PER'  YlJAK,   INT   ADVANCE.  SATURDAY,  MAY', 14, 1898.  INJUSTICE   TO   BOUNDARY   CREEK.  The following-  is the News-Advertis-  ,   er's report of the discussion in the legislature regarding-Mr. Graham's efforts  to secure justice , for Boundary Creek :  '���' Mr. Graham moved to have Clause  4 reconsidered. He wanted to bring- in  an amendment which would'oe just to  the electors of Bast Yale. x-He-said he  did not think that there could be found  one man in the whole constituency who  would sa}r that the region had been  treated fairW b}' the government.  The motion was   about to be put to a  vote without an expression of approval  from the government side of the house,  when   Mr.    Cotton   rose   and s.aid that  surel3r the government did   not   intend  to ignore the.motion.    Surely its sense  of justice had   not  become   exhausted  so   soon.    The   government   had  said  that it, had seen  the justice of the situation and led the house to   believe that  it   was   going   to act on   that.    There  could then be no  reason why   it should  not respond heartily  to   the request of  the honorable   member   for Bast Yale.  What justice   was   there in   joining a  part   of East  Yale   to   Rossland ?    It  was an unnatural union.    The twTo districts   wrere   separated   by boundaries  which gave them   nothing-in   common  with each other.    It had been an argument   of  the government   members  in  support of the bill   that constituencies  were divided because natural obstacles  stood in the wa}' of justice   being- done  to  them   by   one   representative.    He  would like   to  hear what   justification  the   g-overiiment  could  offer  for this.  It meant   nothing-   bttter than   strangling the voices of   the   people   of Bast  Yale.  Hon. Mr. Bberts replied that Rossland and Grand Forks were similar to  each other inasmuch as the}' both produced   copper,   and   he   would   submit  that  the  people of Grand Forks were  much  nearer   Rossland   than   Vernon.  The honorable gentleman who had just  sat down had claimed that the government was strangling the voices of the  people of Bast   Yale, but it was. a matter of expediency that the Grand Forks  country should be taken  into Rossland  and he could imagine   that   the people  thereof; when  they came to   look   seriously   and  properly   into the division,  would find it a very happy one indeed.  Mr. Cotton said that   the   Honorable  Attorney-General   must be   very hard  up for, arguments when he would   give  as his reason for the   joining- of Grand  Forks and Rossland that both districts  produced     copper.    Did   an3rone   ever  hear of such an arg-ument in the house  before.   Let the government come down  and announce   that   it would   abandon  that city of refuge that it was building-  up  for  itself   at   Cassiar   and give an  extra representative to Bast Yale.  Hon. Mr. Turner said he did not  think the honorable g-entleman knew  the part of the country he was talking-  about. He had received information  to the effect that the people there were  very much'satisfied.'  Mr. Semlin said he had received information from there of a very different nature, namely, to the effect that  the people Avere determined to oppose  being- severed from Bast Yale and  joined to Rossland.  Hon. Colonel Baker maintained that  the government was just throwing the  mining portion of Bast Yale into the  mining portion of Rossland. A number of people of< Boundary-- Creek, wrho  had been to the city of Victoria, had  expressed themselves as satisfied.  Mr. Graham : " That was because  the Boundary Creek people understood  at that time that the3r 'would be divided as they wanted to be, and the3r were  sent away with that impression."  Mr. Forster said that when the men  spoken of were in the city the3r had  been given the impression that Boundary Creek would be given a member,  but now that they had seen that they^  were not to get what they wanted, the\r  were joining the demonstrations  against the government.  THE   CITY   COUNCIL.   . t  The reg-ular meeting- of the Greenwood city council was held at the courthouse on Monday evening. His Worship Ma3'or Wood presided, and Aid.  Gallowa3r, Kerr, Paton, Barrett and  Phelan were present.  W. F. T3re, of the C.P.R. engineering  department, informed the council that  as soon as the plans of the route of the  C.P.R. through Greenwood were reacU-  a cop3r would be furnished the  council.  The street committee was authorized  to make necessary repairs on Government street, in the valle3r.  The b\'-laws dealing- with ordinary  and special rates were re-considered  aud finally' passed. Aid. Phelan reintroduced b3r-law No. 7, which provides   for   the   better   protection   from  fire and theorg'inization of a volunteer  fire department. The bv-iaw was read  a first and second time and its different  clauses were considered in committee.  H.    HALLETT,  fatrutfer,' deficit or,  NOTARY    PUBLIC.  GREENWOOD,   B.O.  ORBES   M.   KERBY,  Assoc. Mem. Can. Soc. Civil Engineers,  (provincial $*,<xnb Jlumgot  AND  CIVII,  ENGIA'fiKR,  ��� (ttofarg (pltfiftC ,-r MIDWAY,    B.C.  JOHN   A.   CORYELL,   a.m., b.c.a.  Civil (Sngineet,  Provincial Land Surveyor and Draughtsman.  Irrigation Projects, Engineering- and Survey  Work, with plans and Estimates in any portion  of the province, immediately attended to. .  Maps and Plans oJ any portion of Osoyoos  district and mining- camps of Kettle River Mining- Division.  Residence  MIDWAY.  J.  H.   KING,    M.D.,   CM.,.  0f (Utc<_5tEf Qintuemf^ ��� ��� .-  anb Qteto ^orft (pofyctimc,  Intends Locating in Greenwood about the  First Week in May.  HENRY NICHOLSON,  (Ttofcttg (puBfic, (P4ninc$ $c$ent  Mining Negotiations Transacted.      .'  Office:���Camp McKinney.  N'B.���Some   valuable-Mining-    Properties   in  Camp McKinney and vicinity for disposal.  G., A.   GUESS, M.A.  H.   A.   GUESS,   M.A.  Assayers & Chemists,  Thoroug-hly familiar with Boundary Creek  and Fair-view mining- districts. Properties  examined,'assays and analyses of ores, fuels,  furnace products, etc. d  Greenwood. B. C.  ft-  QI1ARLES AE/ SHAW,  Givil    Engineer,  <��)ommiott arib (provincial ��anb fburEegor.  GREENWOOD,  B.C.  O  CD  Cu  t  0  ____  O'  cQn.  : O  -t-5  IU  a:  ���<  UJ  o  >*  a:  Q  2:  0  ��Q  a  o  - T*  O  +-��  v-  ��  ��  a>  .    C  co   as  <u  ��  <i>  ^     .  5.H  o -u.  *^S  O'g.     o  CO    <?3  fw  13   co  ��   <u  < B  c  bJD  CO  CO  0)   CO  y p.  3 u  W. B. RlCKA'RDS.  S. Benerman.  MIDWAY,   B.C..  Mining arib Reaf Eetdfe.BrofterB  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.  _>fe  Correspondence Solicited.  AFTER MAY 1st, 1898, TICKETS OF  Admission for ordinary hospital treatment may be obtained at ilie Greenwood Hospital at the rate of Two Dollars a month or  Twenty Dollars per annum.  R.   W.  JAKES,   M.D., CM. i:./-.';; ,.;-;--;��� f.7-";-;.-:':'  rSSKiESSWW****  i".. i  1-1  I!  ff  jl   '���  I!.  'In  I  I.  I  I;  R:   '  J  /'  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  $tnb  H#$ofe0dfe?0  of T3?ine0,   $kic\\xox& anb Cigar*.  COPPER   STREET  greenwood; B.C.  The Greenwood City Mercantile Co. has been appointed,.agents5  for the OK AN AG AN FLOUR MILL CO.'S FLOUR. It is the best all-round  Flour on the market. Trj^ it once and you will use no other. Their  brands are '' Hungarian, " " XXXX," '' Strong Bakers', " " Economy, ''  and "Superfine." The flour is made from wheat grown by the shareholders in the mill, and is made by the latest improved machinery.  Okanagan  Flour  Mill   Co.'s  Flour  is  THE  BEST!  An   Eastern  Visitor.  G. H. Holdsworth, of Bolton, Quebec,  returned East this week after spending-  several weeks in Greenwood. Mr.  Holdsworth is a prominent lumber  man and saw mill owner of Quebec.  His visit west has been for the purpose  of recuperating his health and also to  make investments. He expressed himself as being- more than pleased with  the outlook in Greenwood. He is of  the opinion that in a very short time  railway construction will beg-in and  that the entire valle3r will soon be  taken up with residences. Mr. Holds-  worth may return to Greenwood during  the summer.  dence. From here it will be carried to  the buildings of the persons interested.  The elevation is sufficient to throw  water over any of the business houses  in the city. The waterworks will be a  convenience not only for domestic purposes but will also be useful in case of  fire.  County Court at Midway  Waterworks.  Messrs. Rendell & Co., Barrett &  Hodgson, Bealey Investment '& -Trust  Co., Kerr & Flood and J. W. Nelson  are putting- in small waterworks for  their own use. The water is carried in  a pipe from Twin creek to a tank on  the   sidehill   from  Mr.   Smailes'   resi-  A sitting of the county court was  held at Midway on Saturday last, His  Honor Judge Spinks presiding. It was  announced at the opening of the court  that the case of Guess vs. Jernvyn had  been settled. It will be remembered  that this was a case which dealt with  the sale of the Susie mine in Fairview  to J. Jermyn by Geo. A. Guess. The  contending parties settled the dispute  private^, consequent^ the new trial  which had been ordered was not proceeded with. The onty other cases of  importance were those in which Messrs.  Medill and Evers were the plaintiffs  and   Mr.   John  Hamill  defendant.    It  appears that Messrs. Medill & Son and  Mr. Evers plastered the Imperial hotel  for Mr. Hamill. The plaintiffs affirmed  that the contract wras accepted by W.  E. Medill, that they-worked by the day  for him, and Mr. Hamill not having-  paid the full amount of the contract  Mr. Medill sr. was unable to pay them  their wages. 'They secured a mechanics' lien ag-ainst the building. The defendant held that the contract was  awarded to the Snowliake Lame Co.,  which was composed of Messrs. Medill & Son and Mr. Evers, and that the  full amount to which the compare was  entitled had been paid. The case was  adjourned until the next sitting of the  court. Several other cases" on the  docket were also adjourned.  The Midwa3r Cricket Club has been  reorganized for the season with the  following officers : President, W. G.  McMynn ; Sec.-Treas., W. B. Rickards;  Committee, R. H. Berg-man, R. Ga.r-  dom, F. W. McL/aine, W. H. Norris,  and R. Stuart. Mr. Bergman was  chosen captain of the eleven. ^^^(.^���k. _-,'i pj*--^r^-.-^rTrlrii'.-a.-.^; a^^ijl^ <^_��_i';____:___i__  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK    TIMES,  BIG   TRADE   AT   OSOYOOS.  J. Christie, M.R.C.V.S., dominion  veterinary inspector, returned yesterday from Osoyoos and left immediately  for Grand Forks, where several bands  of horses are awaiting-his examination.  During- the doctor's visit at Osoyoos he  examined 285 horses belonging to prospectors bound for Yukon and the Peace  river. Four horses were condemned  because, of gianders ; they were not  ��� .allowed, to cross the line. Three came  from Walla Walla and one from Bridgeport. The state veterinary surg-e%n  has been notified of these cases.  The doctor emphatically denies the  statement published in the Palmer  Mountain Prospector, that a ninety-  day quarantine had been established  at Osoyoos. There was no excuse for  the publication of the statement. It has  worked a hardship on many prospectors who are camped 'along- the Okan-  ag-an river and who are afraid to come  north, believing-that their horses will  be quarantined. Everything possible  has been done to expedite the examination of horses at Osoyoos, care being-  taken to prevent diseased horses coming into the country. Doctor Christie  expects to return to Osoyoos early next  week, when a large band of horses is  expected from Oregon.  Mr. Theo. Kruger, the customs officer  at Osoyoos, is also kept very busy collecting duties on the larg-e amount of  goods brought into the country by  prospectors. Never before were times  so brisk at Osoyoos.  Barrett Block.  The Barrett block is nearing completion. The ground floor has been used  by the Russell Hardware Co. and W.  M. Law & Co. for some time. The second floor is handsomely finished. On  both sides of a very wide hall are large  well-lighted rooms, well adapted for  offices. The front rooms are particular^' well arrang-ed. On the third floor  is a hall 60x30 feet, capable of seating-  at least 600 people. It will probably be  opened by a ball on the 24th of May,  to be given by the baseball team to defray a portion of the expense of clearing the recreation grounds.  Freight on Beer.  A sitting-of the Small Debts Court  was held on Thursda}; last, Police Magistrate Hallett presiding. Harry Rose,  the Penticton freighter, sued E. B.  Simmons for $92 freight on several  barrels of beer hauled by him from  Penticton. Mr. Simmons did not appear and judgment was given in favor  of Rose. Mr. Simmons has since retained Mr. McEeod and will appeal  from the decision of the magistrate.  Mr. A. S. Black is acting- for Mr. Rose.  "^T^l^���tll^^l^'"'���^"���',-r-r-irr-iT-���"-"1,*~"~t"  Business Change,  I BEG to inform the public that I have leased  my assay office to Mr. W. S. Keith, M.E.  All accounts due me should be paid before the.  15th iust. Any creditors should present their  accounts for payment before the same date.  Thanking- the public for their liberal patronage, aud bespeaking- for my successor the same  g-enerous treatment,  87  J. P. HARLAN,  Assayer, Greenwood.  Rossland.  Greenwood.  LIMITED    LIABILITY.  st  QRedf &e��<di dnb (Brining QSroftere,  ���Financial- & Insurance Agents  GEO.   R.   NADEN,   Manager.  Louis Bi.uk.  A. Fisher.  IIUE-ML  MILLS     AND     YARDS     AT  iU  Greenwood Gity.,'^.    Anaconda* B,G  Manufacturers  of Roug-h" and  Dressed  Shingles* Lath* Mouldings* Sash and Doors.  , ��-_�����        &&��� _-��-  ALL KINDS OF FACTORY WORK MADE TO ORDER  Lumber delivered to any place in the City or to Mining Camps  IE PIONEER MOTEL  Greenwood Cityf Boundary Greek, B,G  jSJs. _J'_ _.�������  tir" ->!*" -*i*~ -.,..-  We are prepared to welcome Guests and provide good accommodation.  Headquarters for Mining- Men.        Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.   -L/Ivery Stable in connection.���������  _.v��-      *v*      ^v*  '/!<? -Slic "Sill?  i, W. NELSON  Proprietor,  Kflanei&asaxn  iiifi- ?  If  you  do,   Never Forget that  we  have   placed  in  stock with our other lines of Household Furnishings  some   FJRST-CLASS M4CH/A/ES.      We buy  them direct from the manufacturers and are prepared  to sell at prices to suit the times.  We call your special attention to our new  Which  can  be  seen   at  our  Store.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  J.  PIERCY <& CO.,  25, 27, 2')   YATES STREET,  ICTORIA,    ',    B,C,  Wholesale Dry Goods,  and   -  Clothing Manufacturers. ,.��'  r  f  f  k  I  r  t'  r  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  ��� \ ,-V  - I  V 'v' .  ������  POLITICAL   NOTES.  An opposition convention is to be  held at Rossland on the 26th. Among-  the candidates 'mentioned are James  Martin, David B. Bogle and Hug-h Mc-  Cutcheon.  AlvEX Henderson, a barrister of  New Westminster, has receivedc the  .government nomination for that city.  He states that he is not a straig-ht government supporter.  The people of Boundary Creek would  like to know the individual who urged  upon the government the advisability'  ���of annexing Boundary Creek to Rossland.  Attorney-General Eberts says  that because there is copper in Trail  and copper in Boundary the districts  niight be, united. He would have given  the governments reason if he had stated that there are ��� oppositionists in  Rossland and oppositionists in Boundary Creek and they.'oug'lit to be hived.  IT is reported from Ottawa that in  the event of W. W. B. Mclnnes resigning- his seat in the House of Commons,  Senator Templeman will resign, and  contest the constituency as a member  of Eatirier's cabinet. No better arrang-e-  ment could be made.  Mr. Baillle, editor of the Eort  Steele Prospector, will likely be the  opposition candidate for one of the  East Kootehays.  Fighting   The   Loan   Bill.  The opposition are making- a desperate fight against saddling- the province with a debt of $1,600,000 to build a  railway to Klondyke. They are being-  ably assisted by Joseph Hunter, M. P.  P., who was heretofore a strong government supporter. Mr. Hunter is  an aggressive fighter and it is probable that he will make matters interesting- for the government. It is  scarcely probable that the house prorogued yesterday as was announced by  Premier Turner last week.  Up   the   Main   Kettle   River.  E. E. Hibbard came down from the  Main Kettle river this week where he  has been developing some promising-  mining- properties including the Belcher. He reports considerable mining-  activity in his  section   of the country.  Speaking of the new ferry, Mr. Hibbard stated that up to the present the  ferry has been working admirably but  he fears that at high water it will become unmanageable. It was construct-  ���ed at a bad point in the river. Mr.  Hibbard believes it would have been  more advantageous for the government  to build a bridge. A bridge would cost  but little more and would obviate the  necessity for paying a man to run the  the ferry. Besides the ferry can be  operated during- the summer months  ���only. In the winter time it is dangerous crossing the river. A bridge would  be useful all the year round. Owing-  to the increased travel in that district  there is also a great necessity for a better road.  *����  i*  <Sj3|$  ������  Is prepared to supply the trade with first-class Bottled Beer  manufactured by the " Eion Brewery Company, Etd.,"  of Rossland. The beer is shipped in bulk, and bottled by  steam in Greenwood. No freight delays ; stock always on  hand.    All orders filled promptly and delivered.  Eeave vour order with  'tig*  F"IfS*H'JET /?, -'������'-'.'������' *��*  Columbian Steam Bottling WorKs, near the Saw Mill, Greenwood  t Wholseale and Retail Dealers in  .. ' ������ ''      '        ��� . '   .    ��� ��� ��� '   ' , ��� ��� ',. (    ���'���.'���  ���'  FRESH   AND   SAtTED   MEATS  HAMS,   BACON,   LARD,    Etc. : : :  GREENWOOD. GRAND EORKS. & MIDWAY,  M  I *:;:.  �� '     ��  P.   R.   MEN DEN HALL,   Agent,   Spokane  and   Rossland.  1  r  Midway, Kettle River.  First-class Accommodation.    Good Stabling.    Stopping Place for Stages.  McAULEY L KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  KETTLE   RIVER  MINING   DIVISION.  Record  of Mineral  Locations for  the  Week  Ending May 10th, 1898.  Ma>'. 4..' . ��� ,. v   ������  Truth Conquers, Oro Fino camp, W. H. Norris  and J. Beckwith.  Maj-  6.  Ocean Wave, Mj'ers creek, E. B. McMyun.  May 7.  Equaluy, frac, Deadwood camp, G. H. Ford.  MulgraA'e, Greenwood camp, J. Punch.  Lee Metford, Main Kettle river, J. Doug-las and  I. G. Thompson.  Boston, Main Kettle river,  J.  Atwood and Ole  Johnson^  Johnson,   Rock   creek,   Ole    Johnson   and   J.  Atwood.  Red Warrior, Graham's camp, W. T. Gibson.  Railway-, Main Kettle river, S. Benermau.  : Chartermonger,       ��� ��� ���       ���  Lobbyist, Main Kettle river, H. Strauss.  Certificates of Work.  Mav '.%  Trilby���R. Stuart. '  Missing- Link���G. Rumberg-er et al.  Cimeron���G. Rumberg-er.  Norfolk���J. R. Robertson.  May   3.  Golden Eag-le-^-E. Keig-htley etal.  Montezuma���J. Liud et at.  May   4.  Silver King-���F. P.  Hog-an.  ./Etna���G. Rumberg-er.  Little Ruth���W. M. Law et al.  ,.." May 5. ���     '  G.A.R.���Boundary Creek M. & M. Co., Ltd.  Fourth of July���G. R. Naden et al.     r,  May 6,.  Lake View,  Golden Eagle���C. L. Thomet et al.  ������"'.��� May 7. '   .  Black Bess���John Mack et al.  June Bug���H. H. Huff.  ., V  ' ..   May  9.    .-���','".  Silent Friend���S. Benermau et al.  Hercules���E. L. Tate.  Transfers.  May  3.  Moonlight, Deadwood camp, y> int., J. S.  Martin to A. B. Jensen.  May 5.  New York, Greenwood camp, all hit., R.  Shea  to J. B. McArthur.  Silver Champion, West Copper camp,  % int.,  J. Gillan to A. Morg-au.  Silver Champion, West Copper camp.  y2  int.,  J. E. Hooper to A. Morg-au.  Ma3- 6.  Greenhorn, Kimberty camp,  y&  int.,  Wa3rback  and Cyottie, l/i int. each, G. Peterson to J.  B.  Muuross.  '.;��� May 7.  Sunnvside, Boundarv mtn., % int.,  J. McNultAr  to W. J.'Hurley.  -   "      May .9.  Great Hopes, Deadwood camp,  1-16  int.,  F.  F.  Wren to C. Simenson.  GREENWOOD AND  DISTRICT.  Eouis Bosshart and R. Denzler  returned last week from Spokane where  they spent the greater portion of the  winter..  E. Sprag-g-ett and R. Wasson of  Graiid Forks came over this week to  attend the funeral; of the late James  McConnell.  Mr. G. D. L-eyson, the well known  mining man, has secured the contract  for extending the tunnel on the Bruce  claim an additional 50 feet.  J. P. McEeod, barrister of Midway,  returned on Tuesda3r from Grand Porks  where he had some important cases at  the sitting of the County Court.  The report that the Sunset in Similk-  umeeu has been sold b\r R. A. Brown  to the B. A. Company has been confirmed hy officials of the big- corporation.  Frank Chadler came up from the  West Fork of Kettle river this week.  He reports that the ferry recentl}r  constructed is working" excellently and  is a trreat convenience to the numerous  prospectors who are rushing- into that  district. Mr. Chadler brought down  some   rich   specimens   from the   King-  Solomon upon which property he is  working-. He returned on Wednesday  after securing supplies.  The owners of the Athelstan in Wellington camp have decided to secure a  mining- plant similar to that Used at  the Winnipeg.  Mr. Corbett did not g-o to the Similka-  meen country last week as he intended. He started from his home in Summit camp but while nearing Eholt  creek his horse fell. Mr. Corbett was  rather badly bruised but it is expected  he will be able to be about in a few  days.  Mr. J. E. Boss expects that the  machinery for the Stemwinder and  Brooklyn will begin to arrive to-day.  As soon as it reaches the mines it will  be placed in position and active development work will be commenced.  Several men are now at work erecting-  the necessary buildings.  The Greenwood baseball team is  practicing- for a match with a team  from Nelson, Wash., on the 24th of  May. Several men have been at work  clearing- the baseball grounds in the  valley. All the stumps have been  removed, and with a little rolling-an  excellent recreation ground will be  secured.  D. A. and D. W. Holbrook came in  from Sprague, Wash., on Tuesday last.  On Wednesday a meeting- of the directors of the Boundary Creek Mining &  Milling- Co. was held. It is understood  that the directors are endeavoring to  unravel the legal tangles into which  the affairs of the company have been  placed.  Mr. E. M. E. Munns, of the Anaconda mine, arrived in Rossland from  England on Wednesday last. , He expects to reach Greenwood to-morrow.  It is reported that Mr. Munns has been  furnished with a large amount of money for the development of the company's properties and that work will  be resumed at once.  Donald A. McKenzie, an experienced  Ontario teacher, came in from Nelson,  B. C, on Wednesday to act as substitute for Mr. Keith who assumes charge  of Mr. Harlan's assay business on  Monday next. Mr. Keith has leased  the office adjoining Mr. Frazee's on  Copper street. This is being- fitted  into an assay office.  ^  EDUCATION.  NOTICE is hereby given that the annual  examination of candidates for certificates of qualification to teach in the public  schools of the Province will be held as follows,  commencing- on Monday, July 4th, 1898, at 8.45  a.m. :  Victoria In South Park School Building-.  Vancouver In Higii School Building-.  Kaniloops In Public School Building-.  Eiich applicant must forward a notice, thirty  days before the examination, stating- the class  and grade of certificate for which he. will be a  candidate, the optional subjects selected, and  at which of the above-named places he will  attend.  Every notice of intent ion to be an applicant  must be accompanied with satisfactory testimonials of moral character.  Candidates arc notified that all of the above  requirements must be fulfilled before their application can be tiled.  All candidates for First Class, Grade A, Certificates, including- Graduates, must attend in  Victoria to take the subjects prescribed for  July 13th and 14th iusts., and to underg-o required oral examination.  S. D. POPE,  Superintendent of Education.  Education Office.  Victoria, B.C., May 4th. 1898. 88-4  Circiilating Library,  " ���^=^^=D���   .    .���.'���  Subscription, SOc. per Month.  ALL    THE    BEST    NOVELS.  Greenwood Book Store,  9 GOVERNMENT ST.  Tkade Mark  Red Star.  VERNCN,   B. C.  Brands  i  HUNGARIAN  THREE   STAR  ���STRONG" BAKERS'.  SUPERFINE  All made by the celebrated Hungarian Plansifter system. Try some,  made by the only Plansifter Mill in  the Province.  Whole Wheat 'PIpur a specialty  Bran, Shorts, Chop, p^tc  A*~+*mi*��-*o*-��-4B>-<**o>-G<o>-m'<��>-��-*a>-*-4a>'0-49>-��f *���*-<*>���&*&��  Greenwood  Drugstore  For Excellent Qualit}' and  Variety of Choice hi Drug-s  Medicines, Chemicals and  Drug-gists' Sundries.  'Stationery,  Confectioner}",  and Cig-ars ::::::::  Wallpaper, Paints and Oils  W.   S.   FLETCHER,  ��0e ��ruggfet.  I  MERCHANT TAILOR  GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  $��"  Perfect.fit guaranteed.  A  SITTING of the County   Court of  Yale  will  be  holdeu  At Midway,  on Monday,  the 11th day  of July, 1898,  At the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon.  By command.  WM.   G.   MCMYNN,  Government Office,  Midway, May 7th, 1898.  D.K.C.C.  88-4 t-A'SJ^SCS.'igtS.ffafttf 3^*111    ft:.  ���'.:/  &'V  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK    TIMES.  i i  f  tv     f  ��'  f!  J;  11  AN   IMPORTANT   MINING   CASE.  '  !  !>.i  A mining-case involving- some nice  points in mining- law was tried at the  sitting- of the county court held in  Grand Forks on Monday last.  On December 19, 1895, Geo. W. Elliott located and recorded the Elliott  mineral claim, in Wellington camp.  No assessment work was done and on  December 21st, 1896, John Farrell located the same ground as the Confidence  mineral claim, having previously discovered mineral in place at a point  where he afterwards placed his discovery post.  On the same day about an hour after  Farrell had staked the Confidence  claim, Geo. W. Elliott relocated the  ground as the Eastern Girl, in the  name of John A. Kerr, of New York,  and recorded it the following- day.  Farrell did notrecord the Confidence at  all. In May 1897, Moses Burns, being-  aware of the staking- of the Confidence  , and Eastern Girl, located and recorded  the same ground as the Palmetta,  which he afterwards sold to Chas. Van  Ness for $500. Mr. Van Ness spent  considerable money in developing-the  property and as soon as he had made  it appear that the claim was likely to  prove valuable, the representative of  Kerr proceeded to do assessment work  for the Eastern Girl. Van Ness thereupon brought suit for a declaration  that the Palmetta was a valid claim  and for a decree that the Eastern Girl  record be cancelled on the ground that  at the time of the'location of the latter  claim the ground comprised in it was  not vacant land,by reason of FarrelPs  previous staking and occupation of the  Confidence. The case was tried before  Judg-e Spinks and a jury at Grand  Forks. The jury found (1) That Farrell  duly located the Confidence on 21st  Dec. 1896, before Elliott had staked the  Eastern Girl. (2) That Elliott did not  discover mineral .in place on the Eastern Girl location.  ��� On the findings of the jury His Honor  ordered judgment to be entered for the  plaintiff and the Eastern Girl record  was accordingly cancelled.  Toronto   Globe's   Representative.  Mr. S. T. Wood, of the editorial staff  of the Toronto Globe reached Greenwood on Sunday and spent a few hours  in the city leaving- in the afternoon for  Rossland: Mr. Wood is writing- a  series of letters for his paper and as  he made g-ood use of the time at his  disposal in Greenwood no doubt the  result will be an interesting letter  describing- the resources of Boundary  Creek district. The Globe has always  taken a lively interest in this district.  It used all its' powerful influence to  .secure railway communication for  Boundary Creek by the granting- of a  charter to Mr. Corbin.  ���Certificate of the Registration of  an Extra-Provinciai, Company.  " Companies' Act, 1897."  THE   BRITISH   COLUMBIA  COPPER   COM  PANY,   Limited.  Registered the 26th da3^ of April, 1898.  I HEREBY CERTIFY that I have this day  registered " The British Columbia Copper  -Company,  Limited,"   as an   Extra-Provincial  Company under the " Companies'Act, 1897," to  carry out or effect all or any of the objects  hereinafter set forth, to which the legislative  authority of the legislature of British Columbia extends.  The head office of the company is situate in  the  City of New  York.  State of  New  York,  U.S.A. ":-=,~:^-     ' .���:.������������'  The amount of the capital of the company is  one million dollars, divided into two hundred  thousand shares of five dollars each.  The head office of the compai'13*' in  this  Province is  situate at Anaconda,  and Frederick  Keffer, mining- engineer, whose address is Ana-'  conda aforesaid, is  the  attorney  for the  coin-  pan y.  Tne objects for which the company has been  established are :  For the purpose  of acquiring-,  by purchase,  lease, or otherwise, mineral lands and  mineral  rights, including gold, silver, copper and other  minerals (except coal), and'airy and every other-  form and kind of mineral lands, and lands, estates and properties of any tenure  whatsoever,  in either or all of the States and Territories of  the United States of America, the Dominion of  Canada, the Province of British  Columbia, or  a.ny or either one of the Provinces of British  North America ; and to hold, improve, develop,  conve3r, lease, sell, dispose of or  mortgage all  the same, or any part or parts thereof"; to purchase or otherwise acquire, and to sell, dispose  of and deal in and with mines,   mining properties, mining- claims,  mining-  rights, smelters,  mills, plants and machine^ or works for  the  treatment of ores and minerals, and all grants  and undertaking's connected therewith ; and to  bU3T, treat and  sell ores  and minerals of aii3r  kind or description ; to acquire the holding's or  lien of aii3r corporation or individual owning- or  holding- mining- or other propert3r necessary for  the objects and business  of the company ; to  discover, la.y out and  locate, take on lease or  bond, or otherwise acquire and develop,  manage, improve and operate mines, mining claims,  tunnels, mill sites, furnace sites* water rights,  mills, plants,  machinery  or works,  and  such  and any other estates and interest as are necessary and expedient for the interests of the company ; to join  with or consolidate with ,an3T  person, firm or corporation for the purpose of  prospecting-, locating-, ^ying- out,  developing-,  improving- and operating- any mine or mining-  property;   to acquire,  by purchase or otherwise, build, construct,  equip,  maintain,  work,  manag-e,  carry   out   or control  the necessary  railwa3'and railroad  facilities,  branches, siding's   and   bridg-es,   reservoirs,   water-courses,  manufactories; saw-mills, artificial and natural  ligiiting- and power plants, warehouses,  shops,  stores and other works, plants and coveuiences  that are necessary, and that seem calculated to  inure to the benefit of and advance the interests  of the compaii3r, and to sell, lease or  otherwise  dispose of all or aii3r part or interest in  a.ny or  all of the properties,  rig-hts or  interests  that  ma3' be so acquired b3r the company,  as  above  set forth or relating- thereto, and general^  to  eng-ag-e in any and  all   lawful business  necessary or convenient in connection with, the business of the compau3r, and for the purposes appertaining- thereto, and scny and every  act  or  acts, thing- or things incident to,  growing- out  of, or connected with said business, or any part  or parts thereof ; to purchase and  sell  shares  of the capital stock and  mortgag-e bonds  and  other evidences of indebtedness  of other corporations, and to purchase and sell the bonds,  deeds and notes, aud other evidences of indebtedness of individuals and  firms, and  to  negotiate for and borrow  all  mone3'  necessary- for  the conduct of the business of the company b3'  bond or other evidences of  indebtedness  there- ..  for, as may be necessary for the proper conduct  and operation of the business of the company ;  to acquire a domicile, and conduct any^ or all of  its business, in. the Dominion  of Canada,  the  Province of British Columbia, or any  or either  one of  the other Provinces  of British North  America.  Given under my hand and seal of office at  Victoria, Province of. British Columbia, this  twenty-sixth day of April, one thousand eight  hundred and ninetv-eigiit.  [l.s.] * S. Y. WOOTTON,  87-4 Registrar of Joint Sitock Companies.  Notice of Meeting,  Boundary Creek Mining & Mitring  Company, I/td. Ey.  MOTICE is hereby^ given that a special general meeting of the shareholders in the  company- will be held at the office of the companv, Greenwood Citv, B.C., on Thursday, the  26th day of May, 1898, at the hour of 3 o'clock  in the afternoon.  Business :  1.���To consider the best means for the  conduct  of the business of the company and to consult  as to its future operations.  2.���To arrange,  if deemed  advisable,  for the.  sale of some of the company's mineral claims  with the object of providing-  means  for the  development of the remainder.  3.���Aii3r   other   business    connected   with   the  affairs of the company the meeting ma3r deem  it necessaiw to transact.  Dated at Greenwood Citv, B.C., this 2nd day  of May, 1898. " E. JACOBS,  SecretarA".  Note.���By-law No. 9 requires that " the register book of the company for the transfer of  stock shall be closed twenty days previous to  aii3r special general meeting." No transfer of  stock in the company can therefore be registered between May 7th and 28th, 1898, both days  inclusive.  To a Business  ���   ���  L&li    ���      ���     ���  A Typewriter is a Necessity.  It pa3-s to buy the Best.  9 9  Tnc   EMPIRE  Has niaiiy points of superiorit3r  And is fullv GUARANTEED.  THE    PRICE    IS    SGO    CASH.  __��.     __*     *�������  ���SjP      ?&      ''iF  For circulars and.testimonials address  THOMSON  STATIONERY  GO.  Agents for British Columbia,  VANCOUVER  AND   NELSON,   B.C.  "    .    . __:#�����-  '    '   ' '  "  "'if  The EMPIRE is manufactured by  THE WILLIAMS MANUF'G CO., Ltd.,-  MONTREA3V,   P.O.  Manufacturers of the-celebrated  New Williams Sewing-Machine.  Agents Wanted.  'A  .WhereKf  yetand Cold &       r v  Prevail^\\\ must be cfioscr with \  \ ^\vt^v��AREirtpd   JUOGMFNT  t  ft?      & <��� i W)  ">      v ���-��*��� ^Jv      J;  San Francisco.  (<$; Consider��� IP you can keep the wet out  /<f; of your rule it will not ritsniorfreese. Only  I marl in  1%   have Solid Tops, shedding water like a  lu    duck's back. ~uiu''J'h'-jj<t'je bt>ok(]nst out)  ,.*    tells all about them.    Up-to-dare infor-  n   niatioii aiiiuii; powders.hlack and sinokc-  \f;i   les.s; proper   sizes,  quantities,   how  to  '"-'    load; lnuidroflsot' liullets, lead, alloyed,  jacKeted. soft-nosed,   mushroom,' err..;  trajectories, velocities.penetrations. All  <���ali!>res_-_ U)4o; how to (aire for arms and  l.',;:0-otli(>r t!ii:i��s, including inp.ny trade  :;cc:'c{s never before given to the public.  i (1,/y /������ <<��� ,f udii'irjil n/'utf stamps for postage to  ������%��   T::c/'.>a.iiii Firearms Co., New Haven, C(.  >;:  *W Absolutely free from Foul Stuff. ^y3ft  At W. H. Covert's   -   -   Carson, b.c. ^^3^*.teiiff*,<^j;t��i3'KSasK=::::;i*;3  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  PLUNGING   TO   ITS   DOOM.  The Turner government refused  to listen to reason. It treated  with contempt and indifference the  opinion of the people, publicly and frequently- expressed. It turned a deaf ear  to words of wisdom from its own  friends and supporters. It made law a  redistribution bill without materially  altering- its visciously inequitable provisions.  The friends of the government know  that it has committed a public crime  and a political blunder. The bill was  intended as a powerful weapon in  thwarting- popular opinion in the next  election.    It will prove a boomerang-.  The government thought that by  separating- Boundary Greek from lOast  Yale, Donald Graham could be defeated ; that Osoyoos and Trout Creek  would swamp his majority in the northern portion of the district. A greater  political mistake was never made.  Graham will have an overwhelming-  majority south of Penticton^���almost  as g-reat as his majority north of Penticton.  The Turner government thoug-ht that  the Boundary Creek votes could be  swallowed by the greater numbers in  Rossland and that the government  candidate would have an easy victory.  But Boundary Creek will swamp any  government supporter that runs in the  constituency. The government has  left the electors of this district nothing  -but the right to cast their ballots. The  500 voters of the district will not forget that they have been gerrymandered out of existence, that they are now  a backwoods portion of the constituency of Rossland. No Boundary Creek  elector with a spark of self-respect will  forget that political justice has been  denied him by the Turner government.  The government candidate will be  handicapped from the start by the  votes of 500 electors of Boundary Creek  district.  The same dissatisfaction exists in  other parts of the province. The redistribution bill is a veritable boomerang.  Death of James McConnell.  James McConnell, one of the earliest  settlers of the Kettle River valley, died  in the Green wood hospitalon Saturday  last. The deceased entered, the hospital some months ag'o. There was but  little hope of his recovery ; his constitution had been weakened by previous  illness, a complication of pulmonary  troubles being- the cause of his death.  Mr. McConnell came to Grand Prairie  some 30 Years ago. He cultivated the  beautiful farm whi h he sold to E. M.  Johnson. He was the original locator  of the Volcanic mine  and had   several  sts.    He.  other mining- inter  tive of Ireland, an  the time of his de ;  The funeral, wh  the hospital on Mu  largely attended.    Rev. Mr.  ducted an impressive, ouri \.)  the   Green wood   c ��� :. c t ��� -   .  bearers were Mes.sc.-.   1.  Black, J. Douglas ,.:���     .,     .-_  w  a  na-  7 years of   age  at  h took   place   from  ; a y a f t e r u o o n, w a s  iriiy   conset'vi ..re at  he   pc.il-  /..   A.  S.  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