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 0.7'  Published Weekly in the Interests op the Boundary Creek Mining District.  Vol VII,  GREENWOOD, B; G��� SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER 18,1899,  1S2  No, 10.  ���i  i ...  ��v^\x\\\V>XVXHw.  BUILDERS   OF  &Mmmrmi  g^^ft^^^gBsS^  DEFENDING A TRAIK.  BRAVE FIGHT BY IRISH FUSILLERS.  Contractors for the design; and construction of complete Stamp Mills, Concentration,  Clilorlnation, Cyanide and Smelter Equipments.  r  u  o  s  w  ^  (3  ��W  ro  ^  o  o  ^1  o  m  h5  ��������� U:  :    -O  M-l  ': ail-  !-(->  ������  �� '  '   0)  bJO  ;<  ''o'  W .  o  CO  G  o  o  ^ .  "o   $3  ro  i:  3  O  O  o  w  o  ro  ro      ^  &  a  o  a>  ��-+  ��<:  <*>  o  S3  ��  o  pa  O  O  ^^^s ig^^^^^^fts^ffl  ���-*  crq  S3  crq  rv  SS)  3'  ro  X  n  a*  o  p  CO  02.  2L ������'  !>���������  Cfq  rt>. .  ,2. <  r-t-  W  "t-h  w  o  o  1�����  r-  p  t-h .  O  Head Office and Works  Branch Offices)  Vancouver, B.C., Rossland, B, C,  And Greenwood, B.C. harry howson Agent  We handle  all kinds" of shelf  ';heay^Hardware',^i%i^iS  v��i^ *&/" >��/'  Hardware;  Doors,   Sash,|  Paper; Window Glass, Plaster and|  Hair From.  4*. 4* 4*  estimates   given  ! for tin roofing....  yntm'mm!.m!tnw^^  is  ms  ��= RECEIVING NEW  Ie GOODS   DAILY . .  Latest  consignment, .containing-  Screens, Mirrors,  Shades,  Curtain Poles and Fixtures, Picture   and.Wall Moulding-si  . Etc.   Etc.,   Just  Arrived      -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -  Furniture, Undertaking  and Embalming.  T.  M.  GULLBY���<�� CO.    Copper St.Greenwood  Sltuijj^  '-~+v*. PUMPING MACHINERY FOR MINE WOMLmm^-  WE ARE PREPARED  To   furnish Pumping Machinery of various  types for  Outside Packed Duplex Pattern; Willi Pot Valves.  all Minim;- liulk-,  date   pi:s tit   and  Pumps !!!!:i]:].���;���(>:;������;!  uc.ss ami genera; si  pleased lo furnish i  NORTHEy  Our long- experience and up to  ;:eUiods enable us to warrant our  icii for design, durability, conipaet-  rviceable qualities.    We  would be  i.talng-uc. and estimates.  Toronto, Ont  J.IAKIJt'ACTDRINC  COMPANY,  nrr~r���"*����- "�� ���-���jqwijiij>ii5����  94 ^i. ^ ^|4 ^ ^ii.  YOU   Inspect  Our  Stock And Get  Our Prices  y    ���   v    /    >   *    s    *  We carry a full sloclc of merchandise including- all kinds of staple and  fancy groceries.  Flour, Feed; Vegetables, Fresh Eggs, Fruits, Cured  Meats, Fuse, Caps, Po-.vder, Earthenware, Glassware.  Crockery.  ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS AND MINING HARDWARE  A, H, SPERRY & CO,,   '  Copper Street,     ->     *   , ���      Greenwood, B. C,  *&*        *&r*   ���    ^�����     ���  i*V        "���<**        *(**        "&���        ^^        "fa        *V        *&*        'A*  ^M  Heroic Conduct of Officers. Engineer and Firemen. Fate of Winston Churchill, Dublin Fusiliers and Durban Volunteers Unknown.���The  .    Train was Saved.  Special to the Times. .  New York, Nov. 16.���Advice from  Esticourt Natal, state that fiftyDublin  fusiliers, fifty Durban " Natal " Volunteers on an armoured train returning to  Durban: from Chilvely, Nov. 15, was!  shelled- by four guns of the Boer  artillery. Two eng-ine trucks were derailed and part of train overturned;  British alighted, deployed and fought  like tig-ers." They defended the train  while trucks were being- replaced,under  heavy fire from the Boers ' Captain  Wylie was.wounded Lietenant '��� Winston Churchill, Foiirth/Hussars, son of  .Lord Randolph ;Chtirchill,;; displayed  much tact and heroism, as also did the  eng-ineer and fireman. .  The Boers closed in and .captured a  number of "the British The engineer  seeing- that the position wys hopeless,  steamed back' with a few of the  wouxided, including Captain Wylie,  thus saving the train from being za.y>-  tured The fate of Churchill, the Dub-  lins and the Durbans is unknown  Sabian j-esterday. Erglity Fillipinos  were found dead in the trenches, and a  great many were, wounded and captured. The Fillipinos fled. Major  John A. Ltoga.ii and five privates were  killed and thirteen wounded.  Special to the Times.  Nijw   Yokk,   November  15.--A dispatch   to   the   Tribune   from London  says that  the  situation   is  surely improving, every   day.    Reinforcements  are arriving-at Capetown and Durban.  The  Boers    made ;i  fatal   blunder  in  scattering- their  commands instead  of  concentrating their forces ag-ainstKim-  berly    and    Ladysmith.       The    best,  writers in Eng-land caution Englishmen^  against over confidence.    It is officially  announced that five troop ships arrived  at .Durban.    Advices,from   Capetown  state that the; bombardment, of .Lady-  smith increased in intensity during- the  past   two   days.    The  present whereabouts of General Buller is not known.  Kruger's threat to execute the British  officers now in his hands, unless Nathan  Marks, a spy, is released, is  met..with'  the intimation:that his own ineck  will  be held responsible for violation of "the  rules of warfare.'  Special to the Times.  Mew Yokk, Nov. 16.���The latest advices via' London, says the campaign  ag-ainst the Boers is progressing satisfactorily. It is evident that the Boers  made a fatal error in attacking a number of places simultaneously.'Since  last Friday 19,000-men, 13,000 rbbrses-.  three battalions; siege-and field: guns,  and ; a large number; of ..Maxim guns  landecL at Capeto\yn and .are now on  the way to D'urbani':It is now definitely  known that authorities impose three  days' delay on telegrams from. South  Africa. Most,of the messages offered  are refused by the censor.  The Natal Times publishes a telegram from Lorenzo, ��� Marquez, that  General Joubert was killed in action on  November 9. .The Boers are within  1,:S00 yards of Ladysmith and are actively intrenching.' ' .-������-������-  ;It is; patent that Boers contemplate  taking Ladysmith by assault.- Belated  dispatches from Mafeking give an acr  count of a five-hour battle between  General Cronge, comriiauding the  Boers, and Colonel Baden Powell. The  British detachment made : a bayonet  charge after dark,*and fifty Boers were  killed. The detachment fell back in  good order without serious loss.  Uncle Sam's Little Scrap.  Special to the,Times.  New York, November 15.'���The  Thirty-Third U. S. infantry had a two  hours' fight With  Fillipinos near  San'  Special to the Times.    .  ::; New Yokk, Nov. 14.���Ladysmith   is  the chief .center-.'of  interest,-,and'^the  London war o'ffice"gives''ititelligence as  it is without 'censorship- .Recent  btil- .  letins 'confirm  the defeat of the^Boers  at Ladysmith.    Heliograph   communication has been .established with Lady-,  smith.    All are confident and cheerful  but are suffering from a bread famine.  Cecil  Rhodes   is   employing 8,000 men  ofj Kimberly  on   the roads to pre vent-  destitution,  and  Father Mathews,   of  the     Irish  . Fusilers,     reports-   that  prisoners are kindly treated.   ,;   ���.:,';;.y.w  General Buller is  rushing reinforce  ments.    Twelve   thousand   troops   on  transports arrived at Capetown.   Great  battle is imminent at Ladysraith. ��� The  Boers are bombarding dynamite houses  at Kimberly. ������/ : v%:-: ":  r;-.  New York, Nov. lt4.���AguinaYdo and  hi's followers are completely surrounded  His private secretary and a large num-' '  her of men were.taken prisoners. The  cruiser Charleston was wrecked off the  ccjast of Luzon.' Total loss. .The crew ..  was saved.  ..Special to the Time's./  London, Nov. 13.���The latest; "dated ,  Capetown;   from   Buller,   is that Boers  are besieging.Kimberley   on  tlie  east-'  ern border of Orange Free State, with  infantry   and  cavalry.    The  apparent  motive is to  capture  herds  of  British  cattle  and . divert  attention   from' the  siege of Ladysmith. Colonel Keke with  the  British   commander reports lively  engagement.*     Colonel",. Turner   and  Major Peakeman   drove  Orange  Free  State' troops";.without: firing   ay gun. .  Later, in -the !day; Colonel .Turner eh-.;  countered   the Boers  and  opened fire  with Maxim guns.      Six   Boers   were  killed.   The Boers opened fire on.Kimr.,  berley with guns in effective -position.  The latest advice states that there is  heavy firing at Ladysmith. 'Communication with ,g-arrison is.still pos-.  siole. General Bulleris en route from  Capetown with a large, body of reinforcements. Ladysmith . is well, supplied- with gun's;. There are signs of  greatly increased activity among the.  Boers in the Natal, on the western  frontier.  CITY   COUNCIL.  'FINE'  STATIONERY:  &>  OUR line of fine stationery-  is better now than ever.  It is the best energy, experience and art caii produce. The  stock is of exceptional quality,  the finish unsurpassed for correspondence, and the shades  Wedgewood,    Oriental Rose.  Silurian, Etc.  the very latest Paris productions.  O    O    O  Business Transacted at the  Rc��u!ar Meetine  on Monday.;  At the meeting of the city council on  Monday evening Mr. Paul Johnson, on  behalf of the B.C. Copper company,  suggested that the S3,600 offered for .  the purchase of 36 acres of land for the  smelter site could be paid in the shape  of 10 cents a ton on tlie first 36,000  tons smelted by the company. This  offer was considered favorably by the  council, and a by-law along these lines  will be introduced.  The council will ask contractor  Campbell for an estimate of the cost of  completing sidewalks. ��� The city engineer'was instructed to make a survey  and estimate of waterworks and sewerage systems. The clerk was instructed to purchase 200 dog tags, and tlie  solicitor was authorized to employ' a  solicitor at the coast to look after the  interests of the city in connection with  the application for a tramway charter. The city solicitor's salary was  raised to S50 a month.  Smit!? &' McRae  Hooks.. Stationery .Office Su^pli*  ,\  -���#^^.4,.��4a>'0.��������.����.en��-o-��ff*��-��i *#-��������������-����**��0**��  J. P. Keane, manager of the Cariboo  mine, was in tlie city this week.  Duncan Mclnt>sh, president and  general manager of the Winnipeg Gold  Mining company, left for Montreal  last week. Ronald Harris, M. E., has  charge of work in the Winnipeg and  Hartford during the absence of Mr.  Mcintosh.  The officers of the Masonic lodge  Greenwood, were installed on Saturday evening last by R.W.M. Mayor  Goodeve of Rossland, J. C. Clute. jr.,  and Mr. Raymer, of Rossland. The  officers follow : Master���('.. Scott Galloway; Sen. Warden���A. S. Black;  Jun. Warden���J. H. Macfarlnne ; Sen.  Deacon���W. D. Palmer ; Jun. Deio n  ���J. Biruic ; Treas.��� R. Wood : Sec.���  J. C. Haas ; Tyler���T. O. Butler. After  installation, a banquet was held in 1'..���-'  lodge room.  V '; I  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  I.  If.   irAI.LKTT.  II. C. SHAW  HALLETT & SHAW  NOTARIES    PUBLIC.  Cable Address: "iiauett."  J Bedford M'Neill's  Moreing *.-Neal's  Leiber's.  Codes  ���V  Greenwood,  b. c.  J    R. BROWN,  Barrister and. Solicitor  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Naden-Flood Block, Copper Street. Greenwood.  R.  B, KERR,  Bakk'istkr and Solicitor,  Notary - Public.  GH8ENWOOD, B.' C.  pRINGLE   &  WHITESIDE,  Barristers and Solicitors,  c     Qtoforiee (pu6fi'e, tft.,  OFFICES :���Over Bank of Montreal.  GREENWOOD.' '  EyORBES   M.   KERBY.O, E���  Qprotnnciaf &tnb J=$urt>egot  OFFICES:  ���J. A. UNSWORTH'S, MIDWAY.  GUESS BLOCK, GREENWGOD.  HOTEL ARMSTRONG.  GREENWOOD'S BIG HOTEL OPENED  The Building is Magnificently Furnished from  Top to Bottom���Ample Accommodation for  the Travelling Public.  CT    VV.    GROVES.  "���: Civil & Mining Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor,  GREENWOOD,   B.C.  Mineral-Claims Reported upon.  Underground Surveys.  G.   A.  GUESS, M.A.   .'. c       .    H.  A.   GUESS,  M.A  Guess Bros.  CHEMISTS AND ENGINEERS.  Mining- Properties Examined and Reported on.    (Estab. 189S).     ,  .  Greenwood, B. C.  QMARLES AE. SHAW,        ���  -   Giyil   Engineer,  ���Bomt'itioit  onb  (proOt'nct'at? fitmo ^urSegor.  GREENWOOD,    ."-       B.C.  ARTHUR MOW AT,  - (gaining,  (gt<xt Bstcfo  dnb ��� 3tt0urance QSroftet.  Greenwood,���"���>   ���  ;>   ^   B,C,  ���' Greenwood can now boast of a really  first-class hotel. The hotel Armstrong-  has been elaborately furnished and is  now prepared to welcome guests. The  hotel from the kitchen to the attic  shows that a master hand had direction  of the furnishing-. Nothing has been  spared that would add to the comforts  of the guests. The fifty-four bedrooms  are all supplied with handsome sets and  are carpeted and otherwise furnished  in a manner that will satisfy the requirements of the most fastidious. The  parlors, offices, bathrooms, etc., are all  fitted on the same elaborate scale:  The furniture of the bar and billiard  rooms is as neat as anything that can  be found in the interior. The large  and comfortable dining, room makes  one feel hungry without; reference,, to  the elaborate preparations that have  been made in the kitchen to supply  everything that will satisfy the  appetite.  The building is heated throughout  by steam and will be in this respect  comfortable during the coldest weather.  Mr. Arriistrong, the proprietor,' has  had a long and successful experience  in the hotel business. He has started  out by making the Armstrong one of  the most comfortable hotels in the  interior, and his record as an hotel man  is a surety that Greenwood will have  nothing lacking in the shape of a really  first-class hotel.  }M 4* -$��� 4* 4* 4* ���4"4* ���$��� 4,'4* 4" 4* 4* 4* 4*"4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4? e^,4'4��^  .The Best Beer in Town is Made by The..;   PORTMAM  BROS. & Co.  Proprietors./-'  4��  *  *  PATERNIZE HOME INDUSTRY.  *  *  The Elkhorn Lager Beer contains only pure Malt and Hops.  It is kept on draught or in bottles by all the leading hotels  Trv it!  %<%*% *f %>$>&..���$ %$>$$ <%> %<&&���$ x+h <% &+���$**%>���-$ <& n  ROSSLAND.  REVIEW   IS   GREAT.  Ore  Gold.  :.,H....M.  KEEPER.     :  Real Estate and fining Broker  OFFICE   OVEPJ   BANK   OF   B. N. A.  GREENWOOD.  ��    W. ROSS.  MINING AND SHARE BROKER,  COLUMBIA, B. C.  Boundary   and   Camp   McKinney   properties  (riven especial attention.  w. s. KEITH, M. E.  F.  F.   KETCHUM.  KEITH & KETCHUM  REAL ESTATE IB Mill HIS  GREENWOOD,   B. C.  Mining Propertieo Examined  AND    REPORTED   OlSL  REAL ESTATE AND MINING  PROPERTIES.  . . .THEMART. . .  CADSCE& WICKWIRE,  Agents,  Greenwood.  W. A. BAUER: C.E., P.US.  VANCOUVER  A. E. ASHCROFT,C.E.:P.LS  GREENWOOD  BAUER & ASHCROFT  (proUmciat? gano giuroegorfl.  (Joining tmb Cit>if (gnsi'neeri'ng.  Mineral  Claims  Surveyed and.Crown Granted  Land and Engineering- Surveys  Flood-Naden Block, -   -,   GREENWOOD, B C  GREENWOOD   ASSAY OFFICE  -  -  JOE. C. LUCKENBEL  ASSAYER and METALLURGIST  I'KOl'KIETOK.  Mines Examined and  Reported on. GREENWOOD.  AV  Bo unaary    Valley   Lodge  No. 3 8. I.O.O.F.  , EETS every  Tuesday  m��� ���-   ,    [    Evening-   at   S.CK)   in  their lodge room at Greenwood, B.C.   A cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourning  bretli-  ern. H. B. Munkob N.G.  Jas. Kkkk. Rec. Sec.  A.    P.    &    JK.    M.  ^GREENWOOD LODGE,rA. F. & A. M  Regular. Communication   first    Thursday   in  every month.    Sojourning brethren  cordially  invited. J.   C.   HAAS,  C. Scott Galloway. W..M. Secretary  H.   KEMP..  ..].  HOLMES  Capets  KEMP & HOLMES,  ,   STORES  AND    WINDOWS  CLEANED.  Sewn, Laid and Cleaned,  PRIVATE NURSING  FOR GENTLEMAN   From the Winze  Is  Full   of Free  Sinking on a Rich Ore Body.  The Spokesman-Review correspondent at Myers Creek says: "The Review  mine is turning- out a phenomenal property. The ore brought up from the  bottom or the winze at a depth of 66  feet from the tunnel level showed a  plentiful sprinkling- of free gold, visible  to the eye. Samples of this ore, would  run into the thousands. The Review  mine, besides boasting of an ore body  measuring, between walls in the crosscut 46 feet, is producing- ore that'is  making it the talk of the.camp. Canadian money is developing this mine.  It appears that they have struck a  bonanza in this camp as great as that  in Republic. What the Republic mine  is to Republic camp the Review, even  yet in its infancy, is to the Myers'Creek  camp. ���  ���    .  Since the last visit of the travelling  correspondent of the Spokesman-Review to the mine at the end of July,  Superintendent McEntire and his men  have done a considerable amount of  development. At that time the main  tunnel was only in 280 feet, and the  crosscut of 46 feet from wall to wall had  just been completed. Since then the  tunnel has been extended, following  the vein 120 feet further, making a total  of 400 feet in from the portal.  In a distance of 280 feet a station  14x14 feet in the clear was cut out and  timbered, and the sinking- of a 100-foot  winze started. This winze, subse-  seque'ntly to be connected with a raise  to the surface, is down 66 feet from the  tunnel level. It is a substantial piece  of work, a double compartment 4x8 feet  in size. It follows down on. the foot-  wall, which is nearly perpendicular.  The whole of the bottom of the winze  is in rich ore. After sinking- 100 feet,  which will give a total depth at this  point of 250 feet from the surface, two  levels will be started, one at a depth of  50 feet and the second at 100 feet. .  IN'  A KICH  CHUTK.  It appears that the winze is being  sunk in the center of a rich chute of  ore, as besides the blue quartz canning  free gold that is coming to the surface,  samples of ore taken from other sections of the winze in the process of  sinking give a value in gold and silver  of S280, S480 and $270 per ton. These,  however, were probably from picked  samples. The correspondent was not  informed what the average of the whole  66 feet would go.  From where the winze is sunk to the  face of the tunnel, a distance of 120  feet, the same followed the footwall,  which is as perfect as could be desired.  At the end of the tunnel the footwall  was broken into and on the other side  quartz is quite plentiful. The breast  has fully six feet of ore. This ore,  Superintendent McEntire states, averages $50 per ton.  On the dumps, taken out in the development, are fully 1000 tons of ore.  The Review Gold Mining company  proposes putting on dii increased force  after completing the winze to. a depth  of 100 feet, and to further develop the  mine by opening levels from the same.  The company will also raise to the sur-  i face so as to obtain a thorough systam    I of ventilation, which is greatly needed.  Leave OrdefS at Henry SaUVe's  The company is extending  the  wagon  o.       j   /-i a       a. i road from the Reco chum to   the mine,  btand, Copper Street, which will be completed in a day or two.  ^$^  Investment mi  Greenwood.  fC\&J LIMITED    LIABILITY. ..*       I f\  Financial ������& Insurance Agents  GEO.   R.   NADEN;   /Manager.  ^liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiuuuiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiiuiiii^  CABLE ADDRESS.  CODE,  MORE1NG  <�� NEAC.  BOUNDARY CREEK  hi m. I  iimmninifimtwmmmK  El Crepusculo,  Por Larranaga,  Benjamin Franklin,  Manuel Garcia, Alonza  El Ecuador  Bock and Africana  LaFlorDeR Fulton  "���.'..Turkish'and Egyptian..  .  CIGARETTES.  Pi  esand Smokers  Articles. .......  STATIONERY.  H.A.KIWG&C0.  "  COPPER ST.  ^umummuuumiuuum  s^  u.  Insurance, (Mining andT^eal  Estate Broker,  GREENyVOOD   -    -    B. C.  A' thoroug-h acquaintance with the 'Boundary  Creek and;Kettle.River mining- districts.  Mines Examined and Reported on.  THOS, MILLER,   MANAGER,  ~j%EtAL ESTATE, MINES, I^SURy4^CE.B  ^S Office : Corner Copper and Deadwood Streets. 2^  ���� GREENWOOD,       :        :       - B.  C. g  ^mmmmmmm?.??mmmmm?w?m!mmmm???R  Midway, Kettle River.  First-class Accommodation.   Good Stabling.   Stopping Place for Stages.  THOS. McAULEY, Proprietor,  OFFICE :     NADEN-FLOOD BLOCK, COPPER ST.. GREENWOOD, B. C.  Graduate   Pennsylvania College of Dental  British Columbia   Surgery, Philadelphia.     Licentiate of  LIME I LIME!! LIME!!!  The only first class White Lime in the Boundary.  Is now prepared to furnish lime on short notice  in any Quantity ;   Enquire of  W. E. MEDILL.mqr.  Thos. McDonnell;'  R. M. McEntir  MOfllLL \ KITH,  Mines and.  Real Estate  GREENWOOD    and   CAMP McKINNEY  iV&   ��l\  #  WINERS and : :  PROSPECTORS  should Wear   : :  Ames Holden Co.'s  "Columbia"  "Kootenay"  " Vancouver  All of which are First.class Foot Wear  G. S.GORDON, M. D,  PHOENIX, B.C.  Telephone Connection.  THISTLE : :  is the Best Scotch Whisky  ���AND���  SEAGRAM'S  The Best Canadian.  SOLE agents:  R.   P.   Rl  HET&   Co.  Cn VICTORIA     B.C.  Ltd.  Builders  House Moving- a  Specialty.  H. STOECKE, Prop.  Prime  Beef, ��� Pork, ��� Mutton, ��� Poultry, ��� Fish, ,> Ham,  Bacon and Lard.  The Public are Respectfully Invited to Give us a Trial  COPPER ST. GREENWOOD.  MINERAL,   ACT,   1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  BANNER" mineral claim, situated in the  Kettle River Minin Division of Yale  District. Where located : In Greenwood  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  ag-ent for James Marshall, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 19004a, and Thomas Roderick,  Free Miner's Certificate No. l%25x, intend sixtv  daj-s from the date hereof to apply to the  Mining-Recorder for a Certilicate 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 Improvement.  I. H. HALLETT.  Dated this 12th day or September, 1899.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby g-ived that I intend to  apply to the board of license commissioners of  the City of Greenwood at their first meeting-  after the expiration of thirty days, for a license  to sell liquor by retail on tlie premises known  as the Imperial Hotel, corner Copper and Dead-  wood streets, Lots 35 aud 36, Block 12.  EVAN PARRY, a..  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  ^e take pleasure in  informing our many friends and patrons that we have moved into our  new quarters in the  MILLER   BLJDGK.GOPRER ST,  With enlarged premises and  more centrally located we will  carry a much larger and more  complete stock*  ^���C    ^^    -t*^  ��� ������'������'.''���    ��j  (Hi  Hi  w    Has been the secret of our 1  1 success in the past and .is our. J  .��'guarantee for the future.--^ ^~.��  Our stock Consists of^  Clothing  Men's Furnisliings -  Hats %> Caps  ��� Boots and Shoes  Mitts and Gloves  Rubber Goods, Etc. Etc.  We respectfully invite you to visit our new store, examine our stock and compare prices,     A dis/  tinctive feature in our store is that all our goods are marked in plain figures,  ..HONEST   GOODS.      HONEST   RRIOES   AND   OOURTEOUSJTRE^  ROM VICTORIA CO.  EXPERT'S CONSERVATIVE OPINIO rO  Mr. Lindsay Examines the Golden Eagle Group.  Sbnie: High Valuesr Geological Formation  and/the Development Work.   ��� <   ��� ���_-.  ''x Mr. James Lindsay, the well known  known mining- engineer, who has been  in. this district for some time representing capital, has experted: the Golden Eagle group, owned by the Golden  Eagle company. Mr. L,indsay is  known as a careful and competent engineer, and his report may be taken as  an accurate description of the property.    The  report  is   given   in   full  below:  Anaconda, B. C., Nov. 8,1899.  To L. S. Moui.ton-Barr.i?tt, Esq.,  Greenwood, B. G.  Dear Sir: At your request I have  examined the ''Golden Eagle" group  of mines, situated in Brown's camp,  Grand Forks mining division of British  Columbia; and the following statement  I respectfully submit as my report:  The group consists of the  "Golden  Eagle,"  a full  mining claim (1,500 x  -1,500)   the   "Laskey"   arid   "Junction  City," each  fractional  claims.   These  three mining claims are adjoining and  have a total acreage of about 105 acres.  They are located on the south and west  slope of the Volcanic mountain,  at an  elevation  (at the shaft) of 3,250  feet  above sea level.    They are also 900 to  1,000 feet above and 3,000 feet from the  north fork of the Kettle river.    The  elevation  and  topography  affords  an  ideal  site   for   a   gravity   wire-rope  tramway.  The mine is connected with the town  of Grand-Forks, British Columbia, and  the Granby smelter (now in course of  construction) by a good wagon road, a  distance of 9���10 miles. The Canadian  Pacific railway have located a branch  line from Grand Forks to and beyond  this property, their line following about  the course of the government wagon  road, along the east bank of the river.  The numerous mining properties along  this proposed railroad assure its building in the near future. Their main  line now in operation is two miles distant, across the valley.  FORMATION  The country rock is eruptive, acidic  and feldspatic, in its broader sense  a porphyry, which rests upon granite.  Folding and contracting in cooling,  has fractured this "effusive rock ; into  one and'probably more fissures. The  folding and contracting has also broken  the formation���at.or near the surface  ���into segregated, fractured plains of  contact. Many- of these "fractured  plains" intersect the. vein proper, and  form stringers and lenzes of ore. These  without doubt were formed in the same  manner and time as .-was the main vein,  and roccived their depositions of vein  stone and precious metals therefrom.  As depth is gained : these segregated  fractured plains (stringers) will disappear; and the main vein fissure become  permanent and better mineralized',.and  extensive chutes and chambers of ore  will no .doubt be found. ���"-' .'. ~"  These vein-fissures have evidently  been the channel, of ancient, water  courses���ascending mineral, springs���  the water being highly, charged with  I acids, alkaline sulphides, vein stone  ' and precious metals. The acids and  alkalis, enlarging the fissure, as we  now find the vein, eight, and ten feet  wide in some places, at the. same time  depositing therein the precious metals  and vein material, which is largely cal-  cite, some quartz, a little quartzite,  and both carbonate and silicate of lime,  throughout which are mixed iron and  copper sulphides, a vein material which  commands a low treatment charge.  With the railroad and Granby smelter j  in operation this ore should be trans-j  ported and treated for $5.00-a ton. |  Under   the   existing    conditions, to j  demonstrate   the   relation and   source;  of   the   precious   metal   veins of   this:  group, I invite  your  attention   lo   the  adjoining   mining  properties   on    the i  north���the   Volcanic,    Mammon,   Sn-i  perior, and other mining claims,   upon  which we find an immense dike of iron  more   ^   than       100       yards      wide,  walled in by a country rock of porphory-  diorite-limestone.    This  dike  contains  small quantities of gold and copper sulphides scattered throughout  its  entire  mass, and in places a very good grade  of copper gold ore in  stringers.    That  this dike  has had   a   direct  influence  upon the deposition  of  precious  metal  veins on   the   "Golden   Eagle"   group,  there can be no question.    It  is, in my  opinion,   that   an   ancient   ascending  mineral spring has  leached  from   this  dike or from the source   of   its   origin  probably   at   great   depth)   the   vein  material   and  precious   metals,  which  we now find precipitated .in   the  vein-  fissures of which this report treats.  DEVELOPMENT.  At the surface the croppings.are not  continuous, and some of the croppings  are from stringers, nor are the vein  markings strong. The main vein appears On the surface in places,   having  a north and south trend.' A- few; croppings dehbteiits probable extension to  the adjoining claim on the south;:''the  "Earthquake1,-" wherca dozen miners  are exploring the vein.. If we pass our  judgment upon this property from its  indefinite croppings and surface markings, we shall fail therein to do to what  a limited development has revealed.  A 70 foot shaft sunk on the  '.'Golden  Eagle" claim discloses a .vein  from  a  few inches in width, at the  surface, to  the entire width of.the.shaft  (5-6  feet)  in places.    Samples Nol/l, 2, 3, 4 (aver-_  age value $45.64) are from each successive   5   feet,   both from  the north aud  south side of this, shaft,  beginning   at  the bottom of the cribbing, 15 feet from  the surface.    At 50 feet this vein comes  to a stringer which has  been 'followed  to the bottom of the shaft.    A  drift 12  to 14 feet to the north, brings us  to  a  cross-vein. i A 15.to 16 foot drift' into  this stringer  discloses  2  to  3   feet of  ore.    Nos. -5,  6 and 7 .(average value  $25.60) are from-.this point.    The, drift  continues, on :  in    the  : main.--  vein',  which in places is 8 to 10 feet. wide. At  a point 40 feet north of .the  bottom  of  the shaft, a cross-vein or the same vein  faulted, and its course altered���occurs.  At this point a 50-foot winze has  been  sunk.     About   half, way '���'���down   this  winze a drift in the ledge,  27 to 28 feet  to  the  west,   discloses the vein 5 to 10  feet   wide,   half of which is ore.    Nos.  8,  9,   10, 11  (average value S23.25) are  from   this  drift,   both vein and gouge.  At  the  bottom  of this winze  the vein  appeared   strong,   but   had   not been  crosscut at the time of  my visit.    Nos.  | 12 and  13   (average value $14.16)   are  from the gouge here, which is about 2  ' ft-ut  wide.    This  is the extent of the  ! exploration.  I     The  greater   portion   of  the   ore rc-  j moved   by   these   workings   has  been  i uiixed with the waste dump,   and  can-  j not be sampled  to  advantage, from   a  I few   tons  saved' evidently of  the best  j copper ore from the deeper workings I  j obtained No's. 14 and 15 (average value  '^71.83).    The  amount of  ore   in sight |  ! cannot  by   reason of  the undeveloped  condition of the lhine, be estimated by  measurement.    A large  tonnage  may  with safety be relied  upon, depending  upon the extent of  the unexplored   ore !  chutes. '   " ' |  Reviewing the situation,  we   have a j  property  with   about  200   feet of work |  done on a vein once the  water channel !  of an ancient.mineral spring", the  vein  on the surface being much broken and  faulted,   yet  showing  a stronger vein  and ore body of better values   as depth  is gained.    A property well worthy   of  vigorous development, one that should  have at least $1,000 to S2,000 per month  expended   in   exploration   for   6 or  8  mouths, which  sum  should  determine  the merits of the mine, and should disclose ore chutes  filling the   entire vein  ���which, I believe, with depth sufficient  to  get below  the broken   surface'-'"ac-  THE   PALAOE   LIVERY   STABLE.  ii     ��� ^mwmmm^--^tiiRmu7-i***7\'T~���iT������ ��� -     - -    ��� ���  IN   THE  BOUNDARY   CREEK   DISTRICT.  Extra Well Fitted for Long Drives,    Saddle Horses "and Pack  Ponies,   Feed Barn.   Hay and Oats For Sale.  A, W. ROBINS  PROPRIETOR.  4��  4"  ���.,,,The Only Direct Importers .in the Boundary Country.  Just Received Fresh Importation From Havana of.,,  LA AFRICAN  UPMANN  BOCKS  CAROLINAS  HIGH LIFE  ALL SIXSS  ALL  SIZES  ALL SIZES  ALL SIZES  ALL  SIZES  soie Aqent Tor....  Wm. Pitt Cigar  Players Navy Cut Tobacco  Anglo-Egyptain Co. Cigarettes,  I. Robt. Jacobs  Manager.  I*  I*  &���.*���.$��� ���f-'f * *fr *$�� .���*���*������$������*��� *f*?"f'^*f'*f"f"f"f"i"f"f^  tion, will be found in place, larger,  and better mineralized, with a high commercial grade' of ore. Regarding it,  however, in its present condition,while  it cannot be classed as a dividend prop- ,  erty for investment, it is a splendid I  one for speculation. :  James Lindsay, M. E.     j  Anaconda, B. C, Nov. 8, 1896.  To L. S. Mour.TON-BAKKRTT, Esq.  Greenwood, B. C.  "Dear  Sir:    Following   is  the report  of assays on ores submitted.    In   esti-  I mating  the   values,   copper  has  been  | estimated at S3, per unit,   silver  at  60  ['cents per oz., gold at 520.00 per oz.:  i  I'L-I'I  i  i val. usinnil as  Ilbovc  Gold.1  Ozs.  Silver  Cent  Ci>i)"i-,  ���.  "���  Gold.  Sil'r  Ciip'r  To'tl  1-  $22.00  10.2  13.66  22.00  11.22  55.0S  80.50  2  6.00  7.0  14.77  6.00  4.20  14.31  24.51  3  12".X)  0.4  .s.oo  12.00  5.(4  24.27  41.00  4  10.IX)  3.0  4.77  10.00  2.34    14.31  26.65  .   5  8,'XJ  4 6  4.s?.  K.IK)  2.76    14.64  25.40  '���   6  3.75  .0  3.X.-I  3.75  .(X)    11.64  16.3-1  1?.25  4.6  5.00  1.1.25  2.76    15.IM  36.01  8  S.00  4.6  6.77  K.0O  2.76    20.31  31.07  0  6.00  4.7  5.10  6.00  2.S2  15.57  24.3)  10  8.00  4.7  4.76  S.00  2.S2  14.2S  25.10  11  2.50  2.7  2.77  2..=o  1.62  8.31  12.43  12  1.25  ���    .0  3.67  1.25  .51  10.01  12.70  13  .50  .7  4.57  .50  .42  14.71  15,63  14  8.00  15.3  15.33  s..��.  0.1S  45.00  63.17  iJL  wy  43o5_  J5.22  0.00  _25.��  45.6'.  SO.40  Rusncctfullv suluiiittrd,  KKEDKKICK     KEEFKK,  Sunt. Mother I.i'do. l!ntisliColum'>i:iC.>|>;>c>r C> THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  i -  Q&otmMrp Creefi ^tmeer  l'UHLISHE��   WEEKLY   11Y  The   Boundary Creek   Printing & Publishing  Company, Limited.  Duncan Ross ..'.... Editor  W.  J. Hakhek :............. ..Maiiajfer  SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER, 18, 1S99.  THE    BY-LAWS.  The electric light by-law should receive the assent of the elector*. There  can be no monopoly in lighting. Those  using light have so many avenues of  escape from the high prices of an electric light company that the company is  forced to reasonable charges in order  to secure business. The maximum  rates for street lighting are reasonable  and consequently there can be no great  objection to the electric light franchise since the company is under heavy  penalty, to install within ninety days  from the passage of the by-law.  The necessity for the speedy installation of electric light is apparent to  every one. The city's greatest drawback is that there has been no provision made for the proper lighting of  the streets. The passage of the.bylaw  means the introduction of a proper system of street lighting within  90 days.  The bylaw granting a franchise to a  tramway company is weak in some details" but still paves the way for what  many people are clamoring for, a'tramway to the. town of Phoenix. We  would have been better satisfied had  the bylaws outlined'a more comprehensive system of tramways to the different  mining, camps. It is reasonable to  suppose, however, that with the development of other mining camps a demand will; be created for closer connection with Greenwood, the, metropolis of,the district, and the company  operating the Phoenix line will not be  slow to take advantage of the increased business by building lines in  other directions.'  REPRESENTATION.  There is a possibility that the Sem-  lin  government will  not be defeated  during the coming session of the legislature.   There  is a strong probability  that a general election will be held immediately after the session.    Under no  circumstances   should   the   people   of  Boundary  Creek  continue   under   the  grave  injustice done them by the last  redistribution    bill.      The    provincial  franchise act should be amended at the  coming session so as to provide a member for Boundary Creek district.    This  should   be   insisted   upon.    A   united  effort must be made in order to insure  success.    The first important step is to  secure the registration of all the voters  in ;the   district.    If all   the   qualified  electors between Rock Creek and Christina Lake were on the list   it would  show over a 1,000  voters in  the Boundary district. If the matter of registration  is neglected, no strong fight can  be   made   for  proper   representation.  Every man should see  that his neighbor  is on the list.    With an organized  effort there is ho reason why a full list  could notbe secured by the first of the  year. .���!-.���':..  THE SMELTER BONUS.  The British Columbia Copper company's request is an extremely modest  one. When the site for a smelter was  undetermined, the company could have  asked the city for a substantial bonus  and the electors would probaply have  granted the same in order to secure the  smelter near the city. The company,  however, refrained from doing this.  The proposition to grant a bonus of 10  cents for every ton smelted until $3,600  is paid will-not entail any hardship upon the ratepayers and is a public  recognition of thefact that a large and  important; industry has been established in the city.  The mail service has been fearfully  and wonderfully irregular for the past  month. Now that regular trains are  'running to Greenwood, the postoffice  department should luse no time in making- arrangements for the conveyance  of mails by the railway.  The Boundary Creek Times will  publish a war bulletin daily except  Sunday until the appearance of The  Daily Times. This bulletin will give  the very latest war news and may be  secured at the book stores or from the  newsboys.  The   music   hall    monopoly   by-law  may prove a boomerang.  First Wedding in Phoenix.  On Sunday evening last, in the parlors of the Hotel Ironsides, the first  wedding- in Phoenix was celebrated,  Rev,  B.  H.  Balderson of Greenwood  officiating. The contracting parties  ���we're W. Twist, one of the popular  young business men of the town, and  Florence Schubert, of Oregon City,  Ore. R. S. Veatch helped the groom  through the ordeal, and Miss Lolo  Boyer acted as bridesmaid. The News  joins with the residents of the town in  wishing Mr. and Mrs. Twist happiness  and prosperity;���Phoenix News.  The second payment of $7,600 on the  Lulu was made 'Friday last to H. E.  Elliott and Randolph Stuart.,  I FIRST SHIPMENT OF %  4��  4��.  Clothing  Hats and  Caps,  Neckwear,  4�� FOR FALL. '���..,. .  *. JUST ARRIVED.  4��  4  ���'���  ���.���  CAPITAL, all paid up, $12,000,000,  REST    $6,000,000.  President:    Loed Strathcona*and Mount Royal. ".  Vice-President:   Hon. George A. Drummond, '  General Manager ; :.... ...,.E. S. Clouston.  ,���0.��� ,��,����*  Branches in Condon (England), new York.  And all the Principal Cities in Canada.  Chicago,  amot-in w m m mi>��i  Buy and Sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers :  Grant Commercial and Travellers' Credits, available in  any ��art of the World. ���  Greenwood Branch,  F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  THE  BANK  OP  * ��� GREENWOOD ��� *  Row, Feed, mm..  Direct From the Oyster Reds  Dealers in Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Butter, Eggs, etc,  . ..:^.     %e      %5     "W , ���   ��� -  WAGON   SCALES   IN ^CONNECTION   WITH   OUR   BUSINESS  Silver Street. Greenwood.  Are the only kind we are handling  from now on.  ..TRY THEM..  You will certainly agree with us  that they are far superior to those  sold in tin cans.  ��� The advantage of buying direct  and saving the cost of cans has also  reduced the price.  Sf  Established in 1830.  Incorporated by Roj-al Charter.  Paid-up Capital   .-.'.$4,866,666  Reserve Fund.: .���.............$1,460,000  London Office: .  3iClcraent's Lar.e, Lombard Street, E. C  ���  '.-��������� ���  *���" .  ,  COUKT OF DIRECTORS'^  J. H. Brodle, John James, Carter. Gaspard  Farrer, Richard H. Glyn, Henry I. R. Farrer,  Ed. Arthur Hoare, H. J. B. Kendall, J. J. Kings-  ford, Fred Lubbock, George D. Whatman.  Secretary, A. G. Wallls.  Pcad office in Canada: St. James st;, Montreal  U. Stikcman.g-eneral manager.  J. Elmsley, Inspector.,  Bkanchks in Canada:  London,    Brantford,     Hamilton,    Toronto,  Moutreal. Ottawa, Kingston, Quebec,'St. John,  N. B., Brandon, Winnipeg-, Fredcricton, N. B.,  Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver, Rossland, Kaslo,  Trail, Ashcroft. Dawson City, Klondike, N. W;  T., Greenwood. Atlin and Bennett, B. C. :  Agents in tub United States: .  Spokane���Traders' National Bank and Old  National  Bank.    New York���(52 Wall street)  W. Lawson and  J.   C.   Welsh,  agents.;   San  Francisco���(124    Sansome    street)   H.   Ji.   Mc-  Michael and J. R. Ambrose agents. '    i  ������: London Bankers;.  The Bank of England and Messrs. Glyn & Co.  Fok'eign Agents:  Liverpool���Bank of Liverpool.   Australia-  Union Bank of Australia. New Zealand���Union ,  Baud  of  Australia,   Bank  of New Zealand.  India, China and Japan���Chartered Mercantile  Bank of India, London and China, Agra Bank.  West Indies���Colonial Bank.. Paris-Marcuard.  Krauss & Co.' Lj-ons���Credit Lyounais.  F.T.'SHORT, Manager,..Greenwood,  B.   C  THE   CANADIAN  Head OfficeXJ TORONTO.  Established 1807.  Paid/up Capital ��� ��� $6,000,000,  [Six Million Dollars.]  Rest..     :$1.000.0OO.  R. Burns <& co.  Above lines just received  all of the. latest patterns and  designs. When you have a  few moments to spare call in  and look them overi  Druggists and Jewelers.  t,-s.  i��*Ji  in  bjo  *C3  c:  ��  ��  S3  0.  * T3.- *  'f' *i ? �� & .- s  ^ *- % ~ 'z - r* ���* 7 t*-a �������  '5e*g2eEoS '=.�������  . 3 K g U.S'O.  ' 0-fi;~  o   ��v"?tlb����  P.t-IS  rt  McELMON  Greenwood St.  Opposite Rendell's New Block  Having quit the stage  express office I will devote  my whole time to the  watch repairing business.  *:S^'��<S*ft;=fi����S*  Why Pont You Be  Good to Yourself  Stop taking drugs and patent poisons.  They will not cure you,    They never  PRESIDENT.  HON.   GEO.   A.   COX.  B. E. WALKER,  General Manager.  J.  H. jc-LUMMEK,  Asst. General Manager.  This Bank has the largest number of  Branches of any Bank in Canada, with  Agencies at New York,; Chicago, New  Orleans, Skagway and Dawson City.  have,    If so why dont you stay cured ?  ���is'a positive fact that thousands of  people go  annually to their   graves,  victims of the   desing habit.   Are you  to be bne of them. Stop and Think ?  Investigate the newer and   saner  method of curing people.  Reason, Observation and Experience  (The Trinity of Science.)  combine to    pro-re the   efficacy of the ���  ���Quaker, Thermal Folding-  Accounts of Corporations, Merchants,  and Individuals received on favorable  terms.;. ;. ....'��� '  Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travel ���  lers' Credits, and Circular Notes issued  available in any part of the World.' "  Approved Notes Discounted, Collections made.  A general Banking business transacted.  Greenwood Branch.,,,  D.  A. CAA\ERON.  ���.  . Manager  FOR 1900.  LIVE AND LET LIVE.  Buy Your Bread and Pastry at the  uj:.i-. c��� s--_��CjJ_,  J2.��-S^H~5i'5'=2'H.-=  ������Ji L. Cm -3--.   C   "   r��   _   _.  - o w .T2 uO" 0.2 B �� it  w��Jg~��'ggT.gf":--o.S  ��� ��-k S~'cuSoSSt:  gg'S.sSagrt^SaS.  6;-'g = rtOK:c��o':io_  uo'o-'g rt 1 �� Ua "Z ��J  ���c u^��j Fjjc ? c 5 t* S  rt u <5o SS��� S--     rt-3  oScoijJoii'Scci-.  BAKERY  Guaranteed   free from   adulteration.     Once  yon try it you will always buy it.  BRIDE'S CAKE TO ORDER.  Comer & Pickthall, - Prop's  GOVERNMENT STREET.  METHODIST CHURCH.  Services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school  2:30 p. ni.   Social service Sp. m. Wednesday.  EVERYBODY   WELCOME.  B. H. BALDERSTON, B.A., Pastor.  GelIv Restaur^  tit  AND  "��.  u��h-J is  : o u > a u ���  R. M. DUCKWORTH & CO.,  Wholesale   Agents,    30   Hospitai  Agents,    30  Montreal.  I. ROBERT JACOBS,  Agent, Greenwood, B.  St.  C.  Fresh Oysters In..any.style  ���#���  Meals at All Hours  DAY OR NIGHT.  Copper St��� Greenwood,  In eliminating effete matter-the  cause of disease-through the pores of  the skin, from the body.  The Hot Air and Vapor Baths are  natures own method made easy and  enjoyable. It is absolute cleanliness.  Combines the curative beautifying and  invigorating elements of the Turkish,  Russian and Medicated Bath. Dispels  eonjestion, equalizes the circulation.  The Cabinet Bath is the most powerful and efficasious agent yet devised  by modern science for cleansing the  skin, purifying the blood, promoting  healthful and natural functions, and  reliving the excretory organs.  The Cabinet Bath is the most powerful and efficaious agent yet devised  by modern science for cleansing- the  skin, purifying the blood, promoting  healthful and natural functions, and  relieving the excretory organs. For  breaking-up a cold, averting attacks  of la grippe, relieving rheumatism and  neuralgic pains,soreness of the muscles  relaxing stiffened joints, dyspepsia,  indigestion, sleepelessness and many  other chronic and acute diseases. The  Hot Air and Vapor Bath stands unrivalled. It is endorsed by leading  Hygienists and Physicians.  R. H. MOFFAT,  Government St. :   :   : Greenwood.  Sole Agent for B. C. and Atla.  Samples of Bath may be seen at Boundary Creek Times Office.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is heredy (riven that I intend to  apply to the board of license commissioners of  the City of Greenwood at their first meeting-  after the expiration of tliirtv davs, for a license  to sell liquor by retail on tlie premises known  as the Alhambia on cBouudarv Avenue and  Deadwood streets, Lots 13 aud 14^ Block 97.  ��� , W. S. FLETCHER.  Dated Nov. 4th. 18TO.  THE following- persons are entitled to vote,  ,'viz :���'������'���  FOR MAYOR:  Any persons qualified to vote for Aldermen is  entitled to vote for Mayor.  ���       FOR ALDERMAN :  The following- persons are entitled to vote  that is to say : "  Any'male or female, being-a British subject,  of the full age of twenty-one 3-ears, and  [a) Who is the assessed owner of lauds or of  improvements or the assessed occupier of land  situate within the municipality : or  [b) Who is a resident of and carries on business and is the holder of a trade license- in the  municipality, the annual fee for which is not  less than $5.00,, and who has paid on or before  the 1st day of November, 1899, the full license  fee therefore ; or  (cj Who is a householder within the municipality. A " householder " is'deiined as a person  who holds and occupies a messuag-c, dwelling  or tenement, or any part of a messuag-e, dwelling-or tenement within a municipality, paying-  therefore a rental or rent value of not less than  sixty dollars per annum.  Householders must have paid all municipal  rates, taxes aud license fees (exclusive of water  rate or water rent] on or before the 1st day of  December, 1898, to entitle them to make the  declaration as mentioned below, and in order  to be included in the voters' list must, on or be  fore the 1st day of December, 1899. enter their  names with the Assessor or Clerk of the municipality as voters, and make and personally  deliver to the Assessor or Clerk at the same  time a statutory declaration as set out in section 2, subsection, 2, of the "Municipal Elections Amendment Act, 1897."  Forms of said declaration may be obtained at  at the office of G. B. Taylor, City Clerk.  No Chinese. Japanese or Indians are entitled  to vote.  By order,  G. B. TAYLOR  Greenwood, c. M. c.  25th October, 1899.  ...NELSON...  Employment - Agency.  Help of all kinds furnished.  X H, LOVE, : : Nelson, B. C.  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  STAFFORD FRACTION Mineral Claim,  situate in the Kettle River Mining- Division  of Yale District. Where located: In  Greenwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, J. A. Corvell, as  agent for Harry Nash, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 6615n, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining- a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take . notice that action, under  section 37,   must   be  commenced   before   the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 12th day of October,  1899.  JOHN A CORYELL. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  THE   ARMSTRONG  Greenwood's  Leading  Hotel Which  Has Just Been Opened,  MINISTER OF MINES.  HON. J. FRED HUME IN GREENWOOD  Simplex, Skylark camp, J. Smith.  November 13.'  Deadwood, Deadwood campMT. L. Monran.  '���'     ��� '���;.  ^ November 14.     :.    .������'���;'''���".  Golden Eleanor^ Midway, John J. Patterson.  November IS. '  Copper.Cliff, Proyideuce camp, C. W. Sansome  He Is.Astonished at the Mineral Resources ��� and  the Rapid Growth of the City.,; Will Return  to the District at an. Early Date,   ���.r^,^: ,.  Hon. J. Fred Hume,' minister of  mines, paid Greenwood a hurried visit,  .arriving- here on Monday'ah'd returning- by the train onr Tuesdayi^evening.  Mr. Hume visited;; the -Sunset and  Mother Lode mines and/regretted, that  . an important engagement in Victoria  necessitated;his hurried .departure.'.  .,'."  " I aiii; astonished at;1 thie.f size and imr  portance;.9^;GreenWopd.''..he  Times representative. "Although I  have heard a great deal about 'Boundary creek and Greenwood, r could.;not  appreciate their importance until I  came and saw for .myself. This . hur-  hied ; trip of-;ml'ne-only reassures me  that it is the duty of a minister to visit  all sections of the oprovince. When  anything comes up relating to Green-  .wood .1 will know.Dthat it is connected  with'an " important city and' business  centre and consequently is likely to  receive greater consideration than if I  had not seen the city. I should be in  Victeria to-night but I was determined  to see the Boundary country for myself...: I only regret that I. cannot remain here a week, and" when I get time  I am coming back here. One cannot,  visit a property like the Mother Lode  without at once becoming impressed  with the; immense, possibilities of ;the  district.^, Ifeyoit.have'many mines�� like  the Mother Lode, Boundary creek will  shortly, become .the, greatest ..raining  district in this province."  Mr. Hume had nothing new to .say  regarding the political situation. He  believes the government, will- be -able  to hold a majority in'the house during  the session.,:       ���"'..''  iv <"������.'.������,    .Certificates of Work.- .,--, ������'���_- '   ,-.-  November 9.  iYellowstone'and   Dom Pedro, H.-rHi  Shallen':  bei'ger. '  Winning.Card and Qiiieue Sabe,C.ScottMcRae  "������������ ���'���       November 11.    ���.-.."���������.:.    ' ��� ���:���-:  Niger, Ternardo, Strathniore, Callao, and Net-  ��� ��son.-C-Scott Gailowayi"      -  November 13  Sidar, Arthur.F. Thomas.  Columbia, J. W. Smith.,  ttt ��� 14ii|tKg-llft|lsltil. C@o Mio  %   ����   ft ���.����� ��s  *-��'  *-v  E-cannot say too much about pur Clothing Stock.     It merits  the strongest: emphasis we can give it.       We   prefer,   how-  ��� ever having yon come and make personal investigation.       That is  tlie most satisfiictoiy  plan.:.   ..Our. Clothing, Stock-���that   means  Clothing,   Piirnishings and Head wear for men,'boys and children,'  is in splendid shape, better, now than,ever before, and we're ready  for the biggest kind of trade in Winter Clothing needs.  The  re  :;v   ,' -Transfers       ,  1.^:.-''   '   ;,'; .,   Nbv'ehlbLl   8 v  Elli.'fraciiou   Boulder?friction and  R^ien, K  interest,'ioUli Gladden to Thos Miller.  Greeuw'ob'd7%' interest, Edward' Davis to Clias:  R. Pittock.  Boston Boy., J{ 'interest, John -Lucy to Geo;. D.  i Leyson-.i';  -:       ')f     ���  >: ���'':���,,���, '.���>'���: A  '-.  Highland Mary, 1-6'interest:'Dobert Wood to  r,jS..MrJohnsoiiv.w..;:.^.,u,.;.:;.;te.iii;,;!/s,;.f..i!;;.  Thunder Hill, ���% interest, C.'J. r,undj-"to S. M.  Johnson.  Black Warrior, all interest, Prank M. Green-  ������: w-oodto C. H. Archibald:"' (  ''     - ������ ��� -   -  ���      ' - November 10  Hiyhlatid Mary, ^interest, Itobert Wood to S.  M.'Johnson.  Foghorn,-;ki interest, ;J. W. Reed to S. M. Johnson. ,  Dandy, 7-48  interest, Thos. Humphry to S. M.  Johnson.  Dandy, 7-4S tnterest, J. W. I/ind  to S. M. Johu-  ' son.  ,         November 11    .., '; ��� . >'"  Atlantic,';fraction,.'^ finterest,.'E. H.Rippets  to  ���   C. M. Arnold. '  November 14. .  Hartford,,all interest, P: ^McCarthy to Thos".  Hardy.    '"'   '..'",     '"       '    '','>>.      '"  Joker, %   interest, P. J.  Dermod}-  to Michael  Sullivan and T. B. Garrison.  LIQUOR   LICENSES.  Meeting of the Board of License Commissioners  on Wednesday.  An adjourned meeting of the' BOard  of License Commissioners was held in  the court house on Wednesday,.the full  board, Mayor Hardy, Ald:; Sutherland  and C. J...McArthur,being present. ...J..  J. Miller's application for a license for  the roadhouse was again considered.  Mr. Whiteside, representing- the residents in the vicinity, entered an objection to the granting of a license and  the consideration was finally deferred  until the next meeting or the board.  All the other applications for new  licenses were not finally passed upon  owing to the non-completion of the  buildings, but it was understood that  permits would : be granted tippn-coin-  pletion, satisfactory' to the chief of  police. This was also done with the  music hall applications.  CANADA VS.- GREAT BRITAIN.  Football Match Saturday Afternoon  at Two  O'clock.  Saturday at 2 o'clock a football  match will be played at the athletic  grounds, the teams representing Canada and Great britain. The teams will  line up as follows:  Canada.                                              Great Britain.  Thomas...... . - .......Goal ..'.Hodges  Guess      i                 '-p-,,-t,i J'P-    Smith  Johnson f ���; ^acKS.... /'Robertson  Hill ��� ( Coulter  Doug-las > Half-Backs 1 Snii t h  Gray       ) | .Lewin  Crai(r  )' . R. .. j  Mortimer  Pafet f���.-��� "-'M"   ��vufc (Cousins  Chesterton Center Forward Gladden  ......Left Wing- ���!  S;��ric��  Holmes /  Palmer f   Referee���Leeso.  3?. Ferg-usou.  ing-  I/niesnien-  |  Elk ins  -P. P. Sharp and  KETTLE   RIVER MINING   DIVISION.  Record   of Mineral  Locations for the Week  Ending November 15.1899.  November 8.  Maule Leaf. Deadwood camp, D. A. Good.o  Bitf Pour, Clemous camp, Joe Coleman et al.  November 9. '      .  Butte, fractional. Lyman creek, J. J. McDonell  White Water, fractional, Eholt  creek, 55. Boiir-  dier.  November 10.  Bell Ring-er, Central camp, Geo. Foulds.  November 11.  Copper Dale, Deadwood camp, Thos. Pascoe.  Copper Reward, Deadwood fcanip, J. M. yuirk.  On the West Fork;  ' '���.-.''��� (From the Pj-o.enix News.) ��� ..' -;  A. D. McLeod came down from the  West. Fork of Kettle river'"the past  week.,, He. has. been working.on his  claims, the Stemwinder and City of  Paris-fqr some months. About pO.men  areiworkihg on claims 'arouh'diBeaver-  ton." The City of Paris adjoins the  Washington and Idaho, two claims  now under bond for $100,000. The  work done on -the Stemwinder was  open cuts, prospecting the lead, which  is about 12 feet in width, quartz carrying copper and gold values', and similar in character to -the ore body on.the  Washington and Idaho.  Three shifts are. working on the  Washing-ton and Idaho, sinking. The  shaft is down about 65 feet-.on the  Washington.;;.'and.��a-:; 40-foot shaft has;  been sunk..on'the Idaho."  On the Carmi a rich ledge has been  uncovered iri the shaft now beirig.sunki  The" 'Carmi" is under bond] to Pichard  and Connie".' "The "shaft is down 100'  feet.    There are 10 men at work.  W. McBoyle has been working on  the Rosalia and Maud M. About $500  has been expended in surface work oh-  the Rosalia. On the Maud M. there  is a. 15-foot shaft. The-assay., values  run from $15 to $40, in all values.  A tunnel is being run on the Sallie,  owned by Robt. Wood, to strike the  lead, which will be crosscut at a distance of about 100 feet.  Frank Chadler is running a tunnel  on the lead of the Black Diamond.  The tunnel is in about 50 feet. The  lead is about five feet in width, and is  quartz with galena, ..carrying good  gold and silver values.  The Prince, owned by Alex. Wallace,  is being surveyed. The claim adjoins  the Washington- on the south. Mr.  McLeod says a very large lead has  been encountered on the Prince, but  did not know size of ore body or assay  values. He understands it is one of  the richest strikes made on the West  Fork. ;  On the Bell, owned by J. Bell and'  Alex. Wallace, there is a 140-foot tunnel and considerable other work. The  owners recently refused to bond this  property for a sum in the neighborhood of $100,000. The claim is said,by  prospectors, to be one of the best in the  district.  is enough here to satisfy every man and any man,'no matter .what  his taste or fancy, his calling or profession may be. Put our  claims to the test. That's all we ask. The superior excellence  of our stock will take care of itself.  ��   ��   ��   c   ��  ��EE    those^;  single  breasted - sacque suits  all     finfei;'^fii^<i>rtcd  .' tweeds, iofcj.^  THIS WEEK we placed in stock  a full car load of American shoes for  men, women and children, our stock is  complete. These goods were shipped  direct from Foot Schulze factory to our  shoe department' and every pair of  those goods we save our. customers the ,  jobbersSprofit.        ' ' ���   ':.-  *���<  '������  Our Men's  Bedrock Shoes  r '  OORNER CORRER AND DEADWOOD ST.  VICTORIA, B. C.  LONDON;ENG  VANCOUVER, B. C.  T  WHOLESffiE    MERCHANTS,  ���^"���^'^y     "'/: IMPORTERS.  BRANCH   v   y v   ;  CIGARS,  -   "        - ' 'Carpets,  ���.' '/:[.".''.".'  KOOTENAY  :;vf?LIQUORS,  Tobaccos,  7 Boots,  ! Tents,  SHIPPERS   AND  \v   NELSOHR;C  dry goods, ::;:.,  China Matting,       '/".','..-.,  . Ore Bags,  WRITE   F-OF?   CATALOGUE.  Baptist Services.  Rev. Ralph W. Trotter, Baptist minister, who has been ill for some weeks  with fever, is again in the city and  through the kindness of Rev. Mr. Bal-  derston will preach in the Methodist  church, Greenwood, on Sunday, the  19th, morning and evening. Everybody is invited to go and hear him.  He will preach on " The Gospel of Jews  and the Social Problem,*' or "Did  Christ give principles suited for life in  Greenwood ?"  Head Office aud Works at  BEi,i,EyiM(E,:ONT.   .j-  Branch Office and Works at  TKAIL,   B.C.  -fa ^ .$> 4> tyjfrfy >$ jj* #> <%> ���$��� <%�� ���$> <%> 4> ^ i? ���!��� "fc fy'fa # fc?�� ���& ^.^ "f # ��1* *t* *$=������  V '''^THE Tll^ Wo,  Limited;  Manufacturers of '  .Air   Compressors,  Roc Prills, Hoisting   and Stationary Engines, Boilers,  '.:���' Ore Trucks; Ore Cars, Ore Buckets, etc.  Agents for Knowles Steam Pump Works.  Our   Shops   at  Trail are most  complete,   consequently   we  are  in   a position   to handle  all  kinds of Repairs.    If you are troubled with your Drills freezing-, or wish to  save money buying repairs, then   USE   OURS.  FOR  TUNNELS,  MINES  AND   QUARRIES  Straight Line Duplex and Compound  GOMPELTE   MINE   EQUIPMENT.  JAMES     COOPER . MANUFACURING COMPANY,    Limited  MONREALrp. Q.  Branch   Office, ROSSLAND, B. C. JAMES  D. SWORD, ManaS<r, THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  GREENWOOD TIMES COMPANY.  "Companies Act, 1897." Certificate  111 corporal ion of -'The Greenwood  Priiitinif and Publishing  Com]:  The Following Notice Appears in the  Current  Issue of the Gazette  of the  Times  hit and i'uoiisniii^  \-ui.i j;tiii.>, Limited.  Capital, $25,000.  1 herebv certifv that "The Greenwood Times  Printing-"and Publishing Company, Limited,"  has this day been incorporated under the  "Companies Act, 1S97," as a Limited Company,  with a capital of twenty- five thousand ($25,000)  divided into twenty-five thousand shares of one  dollar each. .     ������ ...  ,  The registered office of the Company will be  situate in the City of Greenwood, British  Columbia.  The objects for which the Company has been  established aJe:  ;a. To prepare, print and publish daily, triweekly, semi-weekly, weekl.v, monthly, quarterly, or yearly, newspapers or other publications:  b. To carry on a general newspaper, book,  job, lithograph, and other printing and publishing business in all its branches, as well as  book-binding, paper ruling and allsuch kindred  work as'may be deemed necessary or convenient  in   connection    with    the    business    of    said  company: ... ���      .  .������  c. To carrv on a general business, in stationery, stationers' suppliel, both wholesale and retail, in all its branches:  d. To carrv on a general business of buyers,  sellers and manufacturers of all descriptions,  all books, papers, pamphlets, stationery and  articles of alike nature in all its branches:  e. To purchase and take over the assets and  goodwill of the Boundary Creek Printing and  Publishing Company, Limited, together with  . all the goods, paper, printing presses, end appurtenances thereto, goodwill and offices belonging to the said Boundary Creek Printing and Publishing Company, and to pay for  the same either in cash or fnlly paid-up slocks  and shares of the Company, or partly in cash  and partlv stocks and shares of the Company:  f. To p"urchase, take on lease or in exchange,  hireorotherwiseaci|uireany landsorbuildings  within the Province of British Columbia or  elsewhere, and any estate or interest-in, and  anv rights connected with any such lands or  buildings: ,       ''.',.���  g. To develop, lease, sell, exchange and turn  to account auv lands acquired by the Compandor in which tlie Company is interested:  h. To acquire and undertake the whole or  anv part of the business, property or liabilities  of any person or company carrying ou business  which this Company is authorized to carry on:  i. To borrow, raise or secure the payment of  mbnev in such other manner as the Company  xhalf think fit, and in particular by the issue of  of debentures, or debenture ��tock, charged upon  all or anv of the Company's 'property,' and to  redeem or pay off any such securities: .  j.' .To remunerate any person or company for  services rendered or to. be rendered, in or about  the formation os promotion of the Company, or  the conduct of -its business: ���'���' _    ......  k. To draw, make, accept, indorse,.discount,  execute, and issue promissory notes, bilis of  exchange, bills of ladin S, warrants, debentures  and ��� other; nogotiable and iransferable  instruments:, ;' ���'.  1. To enter'into any agreement for sharing  profits, union of interests, co-operation, joint  adventure, reciprocal concessions, or otherwise,  with any person or company engaged in, or  about to carrv on or engage in, any business or  transaction capable of being conducted so as  directly or indirectly to benefit the Company,  and to lend money to, guarantee the contracts  of, or otherwise acquire shares and securities of  anv such company, and to sell, hold, re-issue,  with or without guarantee, or otherwise deal  with tlie same:  m. To sell, improve, manage, develep, exchange, lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to  account, or otherwise deal with all or any part  of the property and rights of the Company:  n." To lend money to such persons, and on  such terms, as mav seem expedient, and in particular tocustomers, andothers having dealings  with the Company, and to guarantee the performance of contracts by any such persons:  o. To construct, maintain and alter any  buildiiigs; shops, stores or works and conveniences, or any portion thereof, respectively,  necessary or convenient forahe purposes of the  Company, which shall seem directly or indirectly beneficial to the Company:  p. To use and generate steam, water or electricity or an j- other power as a motive power or  otherwise in connection with the business of  the Company:  q. To distribute any of the property of the  Company among the members in specie:  r. Tor do all or any of the above things as  principals, agents, contractors, trustees, or  otherwise, and bv or through trustees, agents  or otherwise, and eilher alone or in conjunction  with others:  s. To do all such other things as are incidental or conducive to the above objects:  t. To acquire, purchase, register or obtain  any interest in the copyrigtitof any book, paper,  pamphlet, picture, map or design, or to grant  leases or licenses thereof, or to sell or deal with  the same.  Given under my hand aud seal of office at Victoria, Province of British. Columbia, this 28th  day of October, one thousand eight hundred  ana ninety-nine.  [L.s.] S. Y. WOOTTON,  Registrar of Joint Stock Companies  Miners' Union Ball,  A grand ball will be given on Thursday night, November 30, at Rendell's  hail, underthe auspices of the Greenwood Miner's Union. All are cordially  invited.   Tickets $1.50. 2t  KETTLE   RIVER  MlrUNS   DIVISION.  Record   of Mineral  Locations for the Week  Ending November8,1899..  November!.,  Dew Drop, Clemous camp, Joe Clemous.  Marigold, Clemous camp, Henry Adams.  Dew Drop, Cedar creek, T. Bagshaw.  November 2.  Good Luck, Boundary mountain, C. M. Stiow-  den.  Editlu Boundary mountain, C. M. Sr.cwdcr.;--���  November 3.  St. Lawrence, Myern creek, E. B. McMynu.  Raand, Skylark camp. W. J. Northey.  Bright Star, Kimberly camp, Fred Hauasener.  November 4.  Pilot   Center,   fraction,    Skylark  camp,   Jas,  Sutherland.  Mamoth, Central camp, Max Ray, et al.  . November 7. -  Tamarack, Providence camp, M. H. McMahou.  Certificates of Work.  November 2.   .,.  Glen wood, C. Scott Galloway.  November^.  No.   44,  Ben   Bow.   Rose Bud,   Spotted Tail,  Morning Sun, J. R. Porter.  Ready Bullion, Thos. Humphrey.  Ida L., II. L. Jones.  November 6.  Yukon, J. M. Taylor.  , November 7.  Bank of Winnipeg, T. Phaneuf.  Lizzie, E. H. Shaw.  Certificate of Improvements.  Golden Eagle, Robert Wood, et al.  Lulo. H. R. Elliott and R. Stuart.  Transfers.  November 2.  Free Coinage, 1-6 interest, T. A. Haywarp so T.  A. Howard.  Bengal aud Badger, \i interest in each, A. Han-  sou to John Massam.  November 3.  C. O. D., % interest, G. D. Leyson to O. D. San-  ford. s ....,���  November 4.  Dewey, all interest, D. W. Morgan to M. Esca-  le't.  Baby Branson,  % interest, A. Branson  to T.  "   Miller.  C. O. D., lA interest, O. D. Sauford to T. Miller.  November 7.  Superior, all interest, F. H. Carey, et al to E. B,  McMynu. ',������-.'  Velvet, H interest, Thos.   KeaniB   to Con  L.  Werner.  Cleveland, all  interest, I.  H. Hallett to J. C.  Haas et al.  CARRYING   THE   MAILS.  Present  Contractors  Are tut Half Paid by  ��� ��� Canada..  Every night from a thousand pounds  to a ton of Canadian mail is brought  by the stage line from Bossburg. This  mail is destined for Cascade, Grand  Forks, Columbia, Phoenix, Greenwood,  Mid,,_y, etc. For this service, Messrs.  Brockmah & Lay, proprietors of the  line, are said to receive the munificent  sum of $1,000 per year, or about $3 , per  round trip of 82 miles.  In contradistinction to this liberality  on the part of the Canadian postoffice  officials, is the contract made for carrying American mails over the same  route. With perhaps but one-quarter  or one-third as much mail matter daily  ���bound for Republic and other reservation points���the United States postal  department is said to allow $4,000 annually, or four times;the amount that  Sir William Mulock's subordinates will  pay for jne-quarter the service.  It is understood that arrangements  are being made to bring Boundary  mail in by the new railway line, now  that daily trains are run both ways.  If, as anticipated, the road is taken  over by the C. P. R. to Greenwood on  November 15, the mails ��� will also  probably be started by that date���if  the officials of the Victoria postal  division wake up in time.���Cascade  Record.  Clarence J. McQuaig and Major  Leckie were in the city last week after  visiting the B. C. mine. During their  visit here they had a conference with  Paul Johnson relative to the treatment  of B. C. ore. .     *  ^iiiiuiiuiuiaiuiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiaaiuiuiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiaiiuuiiiiuiaauiua^  IS THE BEST HOTEL IN GREENWOOD. A New Building, well furnished. First-class  Service in all departments. Choice, Wines, Liquors and Cigars. ��� Headquarters for Mining  and Commercial Men. .    '    ���  Copper Street, Greenwood.  ^niH!!?!!?n?!t?n?n?mn?n?fHn?!??f??f??n!f!!!!?!!?f!?n?!Hmn?!Hn?n?!nn?m??f!Hmn?m!!?mrc  ji'�����  Always on  Hand at  Rossland Depot.  HOISTING  PLANTS  BUCKETS,     CARS,     ROPE,    SINKING AND  STATION  PUMPS.   CHAIN   BLOCKS.   RAND   DRILLS   AND  compressors. F. R. MENDENHALL, Agent.  E RI  # * #   #  �� �� �������  doming  Ro$$latid  of tbe  Boundary  p The Heart of The Famous Greenwood Gamp  250 Feet From  the  Brooklyn  Plant  j^A:  Onchalf Mile from the Ironsides and Knob Hill,  Railroad now being  completed passes  through the  town,  Centre of six of the most prominet mines in the Boundary. All producers. Plenty of pure watler from lake on  the property.  BUY NOW. <�� PRICES RIGHT. ���* EASY TERMS.  For Prices and Terms apply to  j. b.mc Arthur, Geo. E/Breakenridge,  OWNER, COLUMBIA. B.C. General Ag-ent Phoenix.  .voyyvsv**^.  ���    *    ���  The TIMES Job Office cannot be excelled.  o   o  o   o  ��""�� 1 i t* ~~~^'aBWm"���m  THE CENTER   OF THE SIMILKAMEEN    PI ST RIOT,       A   MINING   AND    AGRICULTURAL  . .  . . .  \*^s^. /v / jtS rx  . . . . .  li  ����,  THE BUSINESS STREET,  OTHER STREETS,  Third Avenue 100 feet wide,  Lots 30x120, Corner Lots $150,  Inside Lots $100,  CORNER LOTS MX).  INSIDE LOTS S75.  i'4  Bealey Investment  & Trust Company.  LIMITED.  General Agents,  For Further Particulars R    R   PARKINSON,   FairvieW,  Greenwood B, G     ApplY  TO E BULLOCK WEBSTER Keremeos,. J- ������  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  if  1$  Bylaw No, 35,  A Bylaw to authorize and ratify the  execution by the Mayor and City Clerk  of a certain agreement made between  the corporation of the City, of Greenwood and Duncan Mcintosh as trustee  for an Electric Light Company to be  formed.  The Municipal Council of the City of  Greenwood enacts as follows:  1. That the Mayor and Clerk of the  City of Greenwood be, and they are  hereby authorized on behalf'of the Corporation of the City of Greenwood; to  execute a certain agreement ma.de', between the Corporation of the City of  Greenwood, party of the first pai;t, and  the said Duncan Mcintosh, as trustee  for an Electric Light Company .to be  formed, party of the second part, to be  dated the day of the final passage of  this bylaw,' which said agreement is  marked "AV on'the first page thereof,  a true copy, of said agreement being  published herewith, and to attach the  Corporate Seal of the said Corporation  thereto. '  Read, 1st and 2nd time Nov. 4, 1899.  'Read 3rd time Nov. 8, 1899.  G. B. Ta.yi.or, Thomas Hardy, ���;  City Clerk. Mayor.  Take Notice   that   the above is a  true copy, of the proposed bylaw upon  which the vote of the municipality will  be taken at the Court house in the City  of Greenwood on Thursday, the 23rd day  - of November A. D., 1899,  between ; the  .hours of 8o'clock a.m. and4o'clockp.m.  G.-B. Taylor,  ' :..' Returning Officer.  1899.  Marked'.'A."  This Indenture made the  . dav'cf,.:.' , A. D  Between  The Corporation of the City of Greenwood (hereinafter called,  for itself, its  successors arid assigns, the City) .of the  first part;-     !  .:.'..-.;':������:.. And  Duncan Mcintosh, of Wellington Camp,  in the, district of Yale, Manager of the  Winnipeg mine, as trustee for and on  behalf of the Company hereinafter  mentioned (hereinafter called the  party of the'second part) of the.second  part.  Whereas, .the party of the second  parthas agreed to cause to be incorporated under the statutes of British  Columbia, a Company with the object  of lighting by electricity the City of  Greenwood in the said Province.  And Whereas, immediately after the  incorporation thereof the Company  shall ratify and adopt these presents  and the Directors shall carry this agreement into effect.  Now This Indenture Witnesseth, that  in consideration of the premises arid  the Covenants hereinafter contained  the parties hereto agree each with the  other as follows:  . 1.- In.' consideration of the covenants on the part of the City hereinafter  contained arid the -rights, powers and  privileges Hereinafter- granted the  party of the second part as trustee for  and on behalf of the said Company,,  covenants and agrees with the said  Cityv.that the said Company Company  will within ninety days from the final  passage of a bylaw authorizing and  confirming, the execution of this agreement, instal, equip, and put in operation an electric light system in the  said City of Greenwood and for the use  of the public, and the said Company  will supply to any person or persons in  the said City requiring the same within  the limits of the said City electric  light at the following rates:  For incandescent lamps of 16 candle  power, $.1.50 per light per month for all  night lights; $1:25 per.light per month  for stores, business houses, etc.; $1 per  light per month for dining rooms, etc.;  65 cents per month per light for private  houses and,bedrooms; etc.  . Provided, that as soon as 5,000 lights  or more are in use. in' the said City the  above prices,. with the exception of  private houses and bedrooms, shall be  reduced 10 per cent, and so soon as  7,500 lights or more are in use in the  said City the' above prices shall be reduced 15 per cent from the reduced rate,  and the prices for private houses  and bedrooms shall be reduced 15 per  cent from original price.   ���  For street arc lights of 2,000 candle  power, $10 per light per month.  Said street arc lights to be kept  lighted from dusk to dawn, aud all arc  lamps required-by the City to be supplied by and owned by the Company.  2. The said City doth.hereby grant  to the said Company for the period cf  ten years from the date hereof, the exclusive privilege, right and franchise  of supplying the said City with electric  light, and the said City doth hereby  authorize and permit the Company to  construct, erect and maintain poles and  wires for the conveyance of electricity  along the sides and across and under  the streets, lanes and alleys of the said  City, under the supervision of the City  Engineer for the time being.  And for the purposes of erection,  laying, construction,, alteration or repair of such poles and wires to enter  upon any -such streets, roadways, lanes,  passages and other highways and  places, and to make such exravatibns  and to do such other acts and th'.ngs as  may be necessary.  3. That the wire poles shall not le  less than twenty-five (25) feet in length  and six (6) inches in diameter at the  top, and the arc light poles not less  than forty-five (45) feet in length and  eight (8) inches in diameter where the  arm is affixed to the poles; said poles  to be clean, straight, pointed and set  firmly in the ground, and the said  Company will at all times during, the  erection of any poles, the stringing of  any wires; and the construction of any  building or works, and during repairs  or alterations of the same, take proper  care and precaution for the safety of  foot and other - passengers, and of  horses and carriages passing along the  said streets or any of them, on which  erection, laying, construction, alteration or repair is being performed, and  will not interfere with or impede the  public right of travelling on or using  the sam-e or in any way obstruct the  entrance of any door or gateway, or the  free access to any building: That  after the erection, laying, construction,  alteration, and repair the said Company  shall and will repair and mend tlie said  streets and leave them in their former  condition in so far as the saiwe is compatible with the said erection, laying,  construction, alteration and, repair,  subject to the approval of the City Engineer for the time being, who shall  direct the manner in which the arc  lights   throughout ^the   City  shall be  .suspended/,,;  "'.'."'".'"V.."'." .'���" '        4.' The said Company agrees ' to  indemnify and save harmless the said  City from all actions-, claims, demands  and costs,' that may, be at any time  during the continuance of this agreement made against the said City by  reason of the Company erecting poles,  or laying 'underground, or strinying-  wires along, under or over any of the  streets, lanes, passages, or highways of  the said City, or by reason of the operr  ation of the Company's plant, and from  and against all actions, proceedings or  suits at law, and the costs thereof, that  may be brought against the said City,  by any person or persons by reason of  the said Company so breaking up any  streets, lanes, passages or highways  and erecting poles and laying wires.  5. Wherever in case, of fire it becomes necessary for its extinction or  the preservation of property that the  poles or wires should be cut, the same  shall be cut under the direction of the  electrician of the Company if he be  present, and if he be not present,the  cutting of the poles or any wires of the  Company under direction of the chief  officer in charge, of the fire brigade  shall not: entitle the Company to demand or claim compensation for any  damage thereby, incurred. Provided  that 'so soon as ari electrician is appointed by the City such cutting shall  be done under direction of such' City  electrician.^ -���..���'    _��� '.;������. ���:-,  ���.'.-6. If within ninety days after the |  final passing of the bylaw the Company  should have-failed to erect, equip, instal  and put in operation an electric light  plant, as . aforesaid the .sum ofj'SlOO as  liquidated damages shall be paid to the  City by the:-Company for each and  every day until the said? electrical  plant shall be put in operation, and. as;  an evidence of good faith and to guarantee the payment of such liquidated  damages the Company ; agrees to  deposit with the. City Clerk"'f5,000, 'to  be left with him without interest until  the Company have carried out the  ternis of this agreement..  Provided, that if default occurs from  causes beyond the control of.the .Gom-  'pany, the Company shall not'be liable  to pay the said liquidated damages.. ,J  7. If the said party of the second  part, or a Company to be incorporated  by him for the purpose of constructing  a tramway through the streets of  Greenwood and from the said City to  the To wn.of.Phoenix under such agreement as may be entered into with the  said Cityi .should. fail to obtain such  charter on or before 30th March, 1900,  or ���': having "obtained such ' charter  shall .make default in the construction, equipping and operating such  tramway during the- life of this  franchise provided . such . agreement shall have been entered into and  a bylaw authorizing .the . execution  thereof assented to by the" electors, then  the rights, privileges and franchises  hereby granted shall not prevent the  said City putting in an electric plant  an 1 operating same. '.-...  Provided always, that if the lieutenant-go vernor-in-couucil delay or refuse  to consider said application before the  30th day Of March, 1900, then the party  of the second part shall have an extension of time to obtain such charter  until the lieutenant-governor-in-council  shall have considered such application.  It is mutually understood and agreed  between the parties hereto that if at  any time the said Company should  desire to sell their rights,' privileges  and franchise under this agreement  the said City shall have the first right  to purchase same.  8. Upon the adoption of this agreement by the Company the said Duncan  Mcintosh shall be discharged from all  liability hi respect of this agreement.  In Witness Whereof the said City has  caused the Corporate seal thereof to be  hereto affixed, and the signatures of  the Mayor and the City Clerk thereof  to be hereunder written and the party  of the second part has hereunto set his  hand and seal the day and year first  above written;  Signed, sealed aud delivered )  In the presence of \  I  g^^mm^^sss^^  as-'  mine, as Trustee for and on behalf of the] Com-'  pany-hereinafter mentioned [hereinafter-called  the party of the Second Part) ,.      .    :  ".���"������":��� ?��� of the Second Part..  , Whereas, the party of the Second Part, is 'de  sirons of forming- a company under the VTram.  way Company Incorporation Act" for the purpose ofcoiistructiiig-, completing and maintain-?  iii)j a' proposed line'of. tramways' and streetcars  through the city of, Gi-cenwood to the town of  Phoenix and for making-, doing and building  all the acts', deeds, works and things necessary  for the-construction, completion arid maintenance of such.proposed line provided a charter  can -be obtained for the purpose under the said  Act. And for that purpose have requested , the  city to grant to linn as trustee for such Company certain-rights, powers and privileges and  to permit such Company to do, make aud perform and build certain acts, deeds and'things  aud works which tlie city has airreod to do.  _���'_  Now This Indenture Witnesseth that in consideration erf the premises and of the covenants  hereinafter contained, the city hereby covenants  aud agrees with" tlie party of the Second Part  and:, the-.Party of the Second Part covenants  with the city as follows:��� ?    .:���-.���       ���'���"���'  1. , The party of the Second Part shall-? within seven days after the final passing ?'bf-:a,.-bjo  ��� law'of the'saidcity.authorizing aud confirming  the execution by the city of this Agreement apply under the* Tramway Company..Incorporation Act for a charter to build, construct and  equip aud operate a line of tramways: ati hereinbefore mentioned at his own expense and shall  use his bast endeavors to obtain same.. .',  2. The said citysliallJiave the-riglitjto send  the city Solicitor "at the expense'of tbepfTrty ~of  the Second Part to Victoria to co-operate with,  the Solicitor of the party of the Second, Part in  endeavoring to obtain such charter and the city  shall use its best-endeavors -to assist JUTe. said  Company in-obtaining such charier. '"���'���'��� ". " ���������;  "' 3. Upon siich charter being granted to a Company to be formed, the party of the Second  Part as Trustee for sucli'Co'nipany so to -be incorporated, agrees with the city that the said  Company shall, on the 15th day of April, 1900,  and in?case the charter has not been obtained at  that date then within 15 days after said charter  is obtained, that tlie said Company shall begin  work on the construction of such tramway aud  will complete such and have same ready for  operation within365 days fnim such, incorporation aud as a guarantee of good'faith the party  of the Second Part agrees to deposit'with the  city the sum of-55,000 which said sum shall be  forfeited to the city as liquidated damages  should the party ���of.- the Second Part fail to  carry out the ternis of this agfedment.  -   4.   .The said city agrees with the party of the  Second Part as trustee for said Company to be .  so incorporated to give to the said  Companv   the second part to run cars along and over  such right of way through Goverument,Coppef,' of the streets in said city, as may be:agree  ByvLaw No, 3.6,  A I5y-Law to authorize and ratify tlie exertion by the Mayor and City Clerk of a certain  agreement made between the corporal! >;! of l?i."  City of Greenwood and Duncan Mcintosh as  Trustee for a Tramway Company to h - f-HMie I.  The Municipal Council of the City of ('��� reel-  wood enacts as follows : ���  1. That the Mayor and Clerk of the City of  Greenwood he, and they are hereby authorized  on behalf of the Corporation of the city of  Greenwood, to execute a certain agrceuieir.  made between the corporation of the city of  Greenwood, party of the First Part, and the  said Duncan Mcintosh as Trustee for a Tram-  waj- Company to be formed, party, of the Secojul  Part, to be dated the day of the final passage  of tilis by-law, which said agreement is marked u A" on the first page thereof, a true copy of  said agreement being published herewith, and  to attach the Corporate Seal of the said corporation thereto..  Read 1st aud 2nd time Nov. 6, 1STO.  Read 3rd timj Nov. S, lS-JO.  G. B. TAYLOR, THOMAS HARDY,  City Clerk. Mayor.  TAKE NOTICE that the above is :i true copy  of tlie proposed by-law upon which the vote of  the municipality"will be taken at the Courthouse in thecityof Greenwood on Thursday the  23rd day of November, A.D., 1SW, between the  hours of eight o'clock- a. m,. and four o'clock  p. m. G. B. TAYLOR,  Returning Officer.  <<   ,  ����  .  This Indenture made the. dav  of A. D., 1R09.  Between  The  Corporation  of   the  City  of Greenwood  (hereinafter called the citv)      of the First Part.  And  Duncan Mcintosh of Wellington camp  in the  District   of   Yale,   manager of   the  Winnipeg  Silver and Greenwood .Streets of the said ci ty of  Greenwood as may be required by the Company  for the'eoustruction-of such tramway, aud such  tratnwav shall traverse the whole length of the  citv in a northerly aud southerly direction.  5". Before and after construction the said  city agrees with the party of the Second Part as  Trustee for the said Company to be so incorporated that the said Com pany may [with the consent of the citv] substitute other streets or' parts  thereof for the streets herein.mentioned.  6.. In the-event' of the said charter being,  granted to such company the said -Company  shall have the right to lay a single .line of rails,  on the aforementioned streets in the city or upon such other streets as may beagreed upon by  the citv aud the Company aud for that purpose  to enter in and upon said streets and to make all  necessary excavations arid to do all such other  acts aud" things as in 'tlie'opinion of the Companv inav be necessary. ''������.'  7." That it shall bo lawful, for the party of  the Second Part to erect poles and to lay overhead wires along all or any of the said streets  of tlie said city, and for the purpose of the  erection of such poles and the .laying of such  wires, to enter upon anv such streets aud roads  aud to make such excavations, and to do such  acts and things as may be necessary.  8. Tlie tracks of the Railway and all works  uecessarv for constructing and laying the same  shall be built ami made in a substantial manner  and according to the best modern practice,  under the supervision of tlie city engineer or  such officer of the city as the city shall appoint  ami to the satisfaction of the said city.  ���). The railway shall be of such gauge as the  C'liiip-inv may decide upon and the rails shall he  ���if such pattern as shall he approved by the said  oily and shall he laid, kept and maintained by  the said Company, flush with the streets, aud in  such man tier as shall least obstruct lite free and  ordinary, use of the streets and the passage of  whiclei and carriages over tin-same, the City  a-rreeing l>> maintain the streets to the grade  with which the said Company are from time to  liui.- required to U-eftd their rails flush.  10. The location of the tracks and rails shall  he subject to the approval of the said city; and  tin: tracks shall conform to the grades of Hie  several streets upon or along which the same  are to be established, aud the Company shall  not in any way alter or change the same.  11. Before breaking up, opening, or interfering with any part of the streets for the purpose  of constructing the tramway, the Company  shall give the said.city six days notice in writing of their intention "so to do, and no more than  3.000 lineal feet of the streets shall without the  authority of the City be broken up or opened at  anv one time; and when the work thereon shall  have been commeticod the same shall be proceeded with without intermission as rapidly as  the same can be carried on with due regard to  the proper and efficient .construction of the  same.  12. During the construction of the tramway or  the repair (if lite same, due aud proper care  shall ho taken to leave sufficient space at crossings so that the traffic on the streets and other  streets running at right angles'thereto shall  not be unnecessarily impeded, and that the  water courses of the streets shall he left free  aud unobstructed, and lights, barriers, or i  watchmen shall be provided and kept by the  Companv when and where the same shall be required to prevent accidents to the public.  13. While the rails are being laid or any of  the \v.,r?\-s of tlie. cumpany are in course of construction or rjpair, the. company shal I c uise a  free passage to be kept open   for carriages  and  vehicles, and air surplus street material shall  be either removed or spread oyer thestreets from  which same shall be taken, as shall be directed?  bv the officer of the corporation for the time being having charge of the repair of the streets.  14. The city and the .-officers and servants,  thereof .shall have .the Tight to take up the  streets traversed by the trainwa.v either for the  purpose of altering; the grades thereof, constructing or repairing, the drains, sewers,- or  culverts, or laying down or repairing the gas  sewer or water pipes,'or for any-.other, purposes;  for the timebeiug within the powers, privileges,  duties.and obligationsof the city, without being liable to the company for any damages that  may thereby,bo occasioned to the company or  the works connected therewith or the?working-,  thereof, and the city shall not be liable to the  companv for any damages the company may  sustain i'from the breaking of gas sewers or  water pipes,atid the rails if removed or destroy;  ed in the course of any of the works above  mentioned, shall be replaced by the city.  15. TluJ company shall be liable for alldani-  ages which may be occasioned to any person by  reasou of the "construction, 'maintenance and  repairs or operation of the tramway.  16. The company sliall" indemnify arid keep  indemnified, and save harmless the city, at all  times, from all costs, damages; and.expenses of  even- nature aud kind whatsoever, which the  city "may be put to or have to pay, by reason of  the exercise by the company of their powers or  any of them or by reason of the neglect of the  company iu:the;executing of theirworks or any-  of them, or by reason of the said works-becoming unsafe or outof repair, or otherwise howsoever; and should the city incur, pay or be put  to any such costs, damages-.or. expenses,\the  company shall forthwith upon demand repay  the samei to the city.  17. In case the company shall fail to keep in  a: proper and sufficient. state of repair the  several tracks of the tramway and tlie surface  of the streets between saidrails.aud for a distance of eighteen inches beyond each rail, the  city after one week's notice in writing to the  company or their agent, may: dp' the said repairs at the expense of the. company arid the  amount so expended may. be recovered from the  company in any courtof competent jurisdiction.  IS Wheuever it shall be,necessary to removeany  snoiv or,ice from the track of the tramway, the  same shall not be left in heaps, but be spread  evenly over the street, or removed, and shall be.  directed by the officer of the city for the time  being charged . with the supervision of the  streets. '   .. '."'���'���-���  n. The Company shall not make "use of salt  for the purpose of removing snow or ice from  the tramway track.  20. That it shall be lawful for the party of  "any  . reed oil  and along and over any streets in 'which the  partyof the second part may at anv time' have  power to lay a line of tramway, and also that it  shall be lawful for the parties of second part to  propel, or run such cars either by electricity,  gas, steam, compressed air, or any other1 motive power. ��� ',      --?,.      ; ' : :   . ,     - :  21. That the parties of the second part shall  have power to lay sidings along atjy of the said  streets, and to' take up and replace'the said  tracks or any part thereof, and to repair the  same and for these purposesorauv -of, them to  enter, upon the said streets and to excavate" and  aud do aitv act necessary.  22. That the party of the second part shall  have the right and ' powers necessary, and it  shall be lawful for them to allow their cars lo  stand upon the said streets at certain points or  places which shall be chosen by the party of  the second part with the approval of the city  engineer as "stations":for.such length of time  as the party of ihe'seeou'd part shall deem fit,  aud no car shall be allowed to stand across any  street crossing. .,  23. That the party of the: second part shall  have all other rights and j)owers"uecessary for  the purpose of constructing such lines of tracks  and of repairing, altering and maintaining  same, aud for the purposeof erecting said poles  aud of laying the said wires, and of repairing,  altering "and maintaining same; all powers and  rights necessary for the erection of such build-  :itigs aud the construction, alteration aud repair  of all or any other works necessary or the purpose of such tramway. :  21'. That the parties of the second part shall  and will at all times during the construction of  such tracks or tramway line, or the erection of  such poles and the laving of such wires, and  during any repairs or alteration of of the same,  take due and proper -precaution for the safely  of foot and othei passengers, aud of horses and  carriages passing along'the said streets or any  term of 20years at the rate of five per centum  per annum.1      i : ��� ?      -���...-..  -..-...���  29. The icity hereby agrees-with the parly .  of the second part as trustee ror the, said company so to be incorporatod to exempt the said  compauy.from all taxation and all other municipal rates on their franchise, tracks aud rolling  stock,'and other personal property used'.in' and',  about the working of the tramwav until the  company declare a dividend.       ':?���"���        ������;/'"���  30. That the powers, permissions, authorities,  rights and privileges hereinbefore contained,.  are granted by the corporation to the partv of  the secoudpart as trustee for the said company  so to be incorporated for.the term of fifty vears  from the time of the passing of anv by-law '  authorizing the execution of this contract, and  that the obligations hereinbefore imposed upon  the parties of the second part shall be binding,  upon them so long as they shall run the said  tramways or cars under the powers hereinbefore given them.?.'. '��������� :������:..-,.  31. In the event of the partv of tliesecoud  part neglecting to apply for such charter as  agreed or after such charter shall have been  obtained, making default in carrying out the  terms and conditions hereof, provided the city  on their part shall have passed the by-laws;  herein before referred to and received thettssent  of the electors threto and carried out the terms  of this agreement on their parttobe'pei-foimed;  the party of the second part shall forfeit as  liquidated damages to.the city the said sum of  $5,000, so deposited as aforesaidi'and the rights; ���  privileges.aud franchise granted by the city .to  the party of the second part or to the"companv  to be incorporated with reference to supplying'  electric light within the said city shall not be  deemed to be exclusive; provided that as spon'  as the company"shall haver completed the construction of .said tramway, sud the same is in  operation, the sum of SS,006, so deposited, shall  rbe returned to the party of the second part and  if the lieutenant-governor in council refuse to -.  grant the party of the second part or such company as aforesaid such charter or if the legislature refuse to grant to the city a charter to construct and: operate a tramway, then the said  sum of S5,000 shall be returned.  32. If the said company so to be incorporated  shall not use the authority and/privileges  granted by this agreement, and such non-user  shall continue for six months after the completion of said tramway by said companv;'said  company shall neglect to operate, said" tramway in accordance with the terms of this  agreement for a continuous term of three  months, then such authority, permission, franchise and privileges shall thereupon cease and  determine, aiid this agreement as against the  said city shall be null and void and of non-  effect.  33. The party of the first part sliall have full  liberty to at any time during the life of this  franchise to examine the bioks of said company���whenever the said party of the first part ?  is called upon to pay the whole or any part of  the live per cent of interest hereby guaranteed.   -  34. Upon the adoption of this agreement bv  the Company the said Duncan Mctntosh shall  be? discharged from all liability in respect  thereofi* ��� ���        "    ? .' ;;, .  In Witness Whereof the said city.has caused  the corporate seal thereof to be liereto affixed  and the signature of the Mayor and City Clerk  thereof to be hereunder written and the parly  of the second part has hereunto set his hand  and seal, the day and year lirst above written.  Signed Sealed aud Delivered I  In the Presence of f  Notice to Creditors,  In the matter of the estate of William Berry  Paton, late of Cireenwood, in the District of  Yale, Broker, deceased.  NOTICE is hereby piveii that all creditors  and others having claims against the  estate of the said William IJerry Paton, who  died on or abmit the 16th day of July, 1H9'>, are  reijuired,on or before the 10th day of December,  18'W. to forward to or deliver to Messrs. Le;imy  & Gray of George Rlock, Copper Street, Greenwood, 13. C, Solicitors for Annie Carter ' I'atuii  aud James Napter Paton the administrators of  the      esti:te      of     the said deceased,  i.heir; christian and su mantes,  addresses and de*crivti<>"s, tlie full particulars  of their claims, and the statement of their accounts and tlie nature of the securities, if any,  held by them.  A ndfurther lake notice that after such last  mentioned date the said administrators will  proceed to distribute the assets of the  deceased  imouy tlie parlies entitled   thereto.  _ .     - n ,.-      having  re-  >f them, on which such construction, alteration j Ur;ir,l only  lo  the claims of which  they shall  * ' then have notice, and   that  the said administ  rators will not'be liable for tlie said  assets or  or repair is betutf performed.  25. That after the consi ruction of such tracks  or tramway lines, or after tlie compl_'iion or  any repaii s addition or alteration tot e saui.*..  and also at'ter.the erection of such po.es,aud the  layinjr of such wires or any alteration, repair  in' addition thereto, the parties of the second  part shall aud will repair aud amend the said  streets and leaA-e them in as yood condition as  they shall -be ar the time of commencement  of such construction, alteration, repair, or  amendment so far a* the same is compatible  with the construction of such tracks or tramway lines, or the erection of such poles and the  layiiiff of such wires; such work .of reparation  and amendment of the said streets lobe, done to  the approval of the city engineer or some other  person ai proved of by the said city.  2(>. Ti.esaid city agrees with ine p.irly of the  second part as trustee for said company to be  so incorporated to obtain for the, company a  rifrht of way from the said city of Greenwood  to the town'of Phoenix with the rtjrht to erect  poles and strinjr wires thereon aud to, enter  up'iu the lands between the city of Greenwood  and town of Phoenix and to make such excavations aud to do such other thin-/s as m:iv be  necessary.to lay their rails and erect such poles  as may be necessary.  27, 'Pile company shall make two round trips  each dav between* the city of Greenwood and  the towii of Phoenix <luriuir the yv/ir.  Z-t. Tile satd city further a*rree* with tin:  party of the second part as tru-nee for the said  company so to be formed aud incorporated tn  tftr.iratiti'e interest upon a sum not exceeding  one hundred   thousand  dollars 15HK),(K>;)| for  a  any part thereof to any person or persons of  whose claims notice shall not have b��eu received bv them at the time of such distribution.  LEAMY & GRAY,  Dated the 10th day Solicitors for Annie Car-  of November, lSVO. ter Paton and James  Napier Paton, Administrators of the estatt; of  William IJerry Paton,  deceased.    *  HL  Snodgkass & Sons, Prop's.  Leaves Penticton at 7 a.m. on'Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays for Camp McKinney,  Rock Creek, Midwav, Anaconda, Greenwood,  Carson and Grand FVirKS.  Leaves Greenwood daily at 8 a. m. for Grand  Porks, daily excepting Sunday; 8 a. tu, for  Camp McKinney, Chesaw, Rock Creek and  Midway.  Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 8 a. m.  for Penticton, Fairview, Chesaw, Camp McKinney aud way points.  Thro-.t'^h tickets toallpoluts east aud west via  c: .P. R.  Carries the Mails. Passengers and Express.  t;i)- Will --ell   throutrh Tickets  to   Vancouver,  Victoria, Suattle or Portland.  _j 8  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  BENGOUK'S   ENTERTAINMENT      j  The Well Known Cartoonist Entertains Big  'Audiences in Greenwood.,  Beugough can draw a full house, a  bank manager, a smelter expert, a  .mining, man, in fact anything < He can  also tell a good story, has splendid  dramatic ability and elocutionary  powers of a high, order His two appearances in Greenwood demonstrated  his wonderful versatility There was  no doubt about the full houses nor the  local men which he cariatured The  first evening, F J Finucaiie with a  choice assortment of 'fashionable ties  was shown on the canvas P P Sharpe,  "A Golden Eagle" and "A Boundary  Creek Bonanza;" was a combination  the audience appreciated. Chief of  Police MacLaren and a frightened  ofiender completed the list of local  men that were made famous by Ben-  gougli's chalk Next evening Mr Beugough "Showed Oom Paul" and the  '���Transvaal smelter;" also long Williams ascending Phoenix hill and  "King Fungus," The literary part of  the entertainment was of the highest  merit  #@e&��-:&@S��&:S��@@��g-:g-:@;S-:g��%  W -      w  (&���.-'���'���'��� '���    89  & ��� ��� - ' W  " �� H H111 ������ ��� " w  sa  w  MINING NOTES.  The Review Gold Mining company  has completed its organization. The  control of the Company is held by Mc-  Entire, McDonnell & Co., F. J. Finu-  cane, G. H. Collins, Duncan Mclntosh-  , Greenwood, and J. McNicol of Midway,  the company being registered in-Wash,  ington,- the officers are principally residents of Spokane. James Fitzpatrick,  Spokane, is president; Geo D. Leyson,  Greenwood, vice president; P. C.  Shinne, Spokane, is secretary, and R.  M. McEntire is treasurer and general  manager; all these and Stuart Arraonr  constitute the board of trustees. The  Review stock is now on the market and j  is selling rapidly. The property will I  be-vigorously developed. !  Geo. R. Naden and Ronald.Harris,  M. E., left this week for Kruger moun-  tairi where Mr. Harris- will expert the  Dividend and other properties bonded  by Mr. Naden and his associates.  Some rich ore is now'being taken from  the Dividend. The vein is 12 feet wide  arid from the bottom of the 40-foot  shaft, ore has been taken that averages ?23 in gold. Assays as high as  $130 have been secured, Copper is  corning in at the bottom of the shaft,  &  GREENWOOD   AND   DISTRICT.  J. H. Macfarlane has returned from  Montreal.  f"-J. C. Luckenbel has returned from a  trip to Sumpter, Ore.  Blake.Wilson, manager for P. Burns  & Co., was in the city this week.  The shaft on the Idaho is down 40  feet and good ore is being taken out.  There will be mass in the Catholic  church  on  Sunday next at 10:30 a. m  Fred Oliver, manager of the1 Morrison company, spent the week in the  city.  Aulay Morrison, M.P. for'New Westminster, paid the district a flying visit  this week.  W. F. Tye, chief engineer, and W.  F. Anderson, passenger agent, came  over the road this week.  On the Ironsides crosscutting is being done at the 300-foot level. Sinking-  will be commenced from the 300-foot  level in a few days.  The tunnel on the Golconda in  Smith's camp, has been started and is  now in about ten feet. Three shifts  will be working after this week.  The second division  of the Greenwood school will be opened on Monday.  '  Tne trustees have engaged Miss Mary  Laird, a sister of Mrs. H. C. Shaw.    A  principalhas not yet been engaged.  D. M. McLaren, son of Chief McLaren of Greenwood, has accepted the  position of assayer for the Winnipeg  and Golden Crown mines, and will  commence on his duties this week.  Geo. B. Meacham, a well known mining man of Montreal, is in the city, accompanied by Mrs. Meacham and family. Mr Meacham is interesting- himself and associates in mining properties  here and in the Myers creek distaict.  Regular passenger trains-will run to  and from Greenwood on Monday next.  The train from Nelson, Rossland and  the east will arrive here about 3 o'clock  in the afternoon, while the east bound  train will leave here at 1 o'clock afternoon.  Silver street has been widened under  a by-law passed by the council. An  effort was made to run an alley between Copper and Silver without a bv-  law. Property owners^ objected, however,   and   the work was discontinued.  A. Fisher has purchased from Jas.  Kerr the corner lot at the corner.of Silver and Greenwood streets for $3,500.  The lot on the opposite corner has been  purchased from Trios! McDonnell by  W. S. Fletcher for the same figure.  John Kirktip, the government pooh-  bah in the Kootenay country, came  over to take good care of the minister  of mines. Mr. Kirkup kept the boys  straight in the early days of the Kootenay and is one of the most popular  officers in the service. With his many  other offices he holds that of collector  of votes for the district. Mr. Kirkup  will be glad to receive new names for  the list.  The Greenwood hospital has decided  to give attendance and admission to  the hospital if required for those working in the mines at the rate of $1 per  month. Dr. T. J. Slack, until recently  connected with the smelter at Great  Falls, Mont., has associated himself  with Drs. Jakes & Gppenheimer and  will open an office in the building occupied by the Phoenix News company,  Phoenix. Here an emergency room  will be established so that prompt ,  treatment may be accorded those j  working in tlie mines.  Gentlemen:  We beg to announce to the Gentlemen of  Greenwood that we have opened a store in the Butler House  Block, Copper  St.  where we  w  jjj  will'do  nothing but  a  first-  $  H fl  ��  cit\'   City   Trade.       See   our  #  �� '-.''���"��!  * stock of imported Tweeds and  #  j  Worsteds before buying  else-  $  �����'������" it.  i  where. .  .       ���   ffl  V    . :., , . '     " ��!  i     '   ' ,' ��� o��� ' - ��!  i .       , U  i '������''���   ffl  I   Fanning: & Bennest    1  li it.  t HIGH CLASS TAILORS. $  j     A. K. STUART     j  I CUSTOMS  | Greenwood, B. C,  w  CORYELL'S MAP, Price $1.25.  Kerby's Mapof Wellington Camp,.$1.00  A fine line of j  Pipes,   CigarsA  Tobacco  fijust Received.  and Pouches/  J. A. UNSWORTH,  Druggist  i> ��� >>  Midway.  Business Moods.  When a good man swears on a wet day-  it's more than likely the profanity comes  from his feet.       (,-���'  The shoe that pinches spoils the temper,  irritates .the nerves, impairs digestion, and obscures the merry  ^/   sunshine of life.  "Success or failure in life oft  hinges upon a man's mood at  I critical moments, and the way  ). his feet feel sometimes sways  destiny.' "''.<:' '  . A pair of-"Slater Shoes" may  the shoe'"   Un  can't cost more than $5.50.  It's cheaper to throw aivay  a shoe that hurts than to /ccepit,  and mark this���new " Slater  Shoes" need no breaking in.  A tag on each pair tells just  what leather it is made of���-  how it will affect the feet���and the wear it  will, or will hot give, according to use. .  1 The makers name 'and price stamped  on the sole protects against imitations of  Goodyear Welt, and ensures value every  time to the wearer.    #3.50, $4.50, $5.50  ������'" ���        unconsciously save a fortune, but  r\J  B. C. Assay Office  RELIABLE WORK.  GREENWOOD,    -      B. C.  Established 1862.  JE  Greenwood, B...C.  NEXT DOOR TO TELEPHONE. OFFICE.  Kerby's Map of Wellington Camp.  Candies,   Tobaccos,   Cigars,  Druegirts' Sundries, Stationery, etc..  H. B. MUNR0E, Greenwood.  SHOULD BE MADE BY  I  I  J  A Large   Stock   to  Select  From.  PGRrECT PIT GUARANTEED.  R  J,   MITCHELL  ���    .Fashionable Tailor.  Greenwood  St.      Greenwood  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  CRESCENT   Mineral   Claim,  situate   in   the  Kettle River Minium Division   of Yale district.   Where located: In Skvlark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac" H. Hallett, as  ajrent for Charles  Sweeny,   free  miner's  certificate No. 34821 A, intend, sixty  days from  Situation Wanted  a  Japanese;     first-class  By   a  Japanese ;     first-class    Cook;  hotel, restaurant, or mining camp, city   section 37, must be commune  or country.    Address    Hakkis Mayei, i ^Date."!^^"^"'^���  P.O. Box 32, Greenwood, B.C.  tlie dale hereof, to apply to the Minitiif Recorder  ! for a Certificate of Improvements for the pnr-  j pose of obtaining a Crown Grant to tlie above  | claim.  And further  take  notice  that  action,  under  need   before  the   is.  mprovenients,  :mher, IH'I'I.  5-11-9-9. I. H. HALLETT.  Furniture t  Carpets  Linoleums  Cork Carpet  Curtains  Wallpaper i;  Complete House Furnishings.  i   larire  stock  of Fine  and   Medium  Priced Goods in above lines.  Send for Samples and Prices���free.  Mineral Act. 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  PASSADENA, PARAGON, EL PASO, and  OLIVE mineral claims situate in the Kettle  River Mining- Division of Yale District.  Where located :   In Greenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that we the Passadoua  Consolidated Gold Mining Company,  Limited, Free Miner's Certificate No. 20113.  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to  apply to the Miuiiiy 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 commended before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this ISth day of September, 1899.  Passadena Consolidated Gold Mining Co., .Ltd.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  MOUNTAIN VIEW mineral claim, situate in  tlie Kettle River Mining Division .of Yale  District. Where located: In Summit  camp adjoining-.the B. C. mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, F. W. Groves acting  as agent for Patrick Lyons, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 19133a, and Louis Scheitfle, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 19I3��a, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining v Crown Grant of  the above claim.  Aud   further   take   notice  that action, under  section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvement.  Dated this 12th day of September, 1899. ��� ���'  JustOpened  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  "MAMMOTH" Mineral Claim situate in the  Grand Forks Mining Division of Yale Dis-  tridt.   Where located :     In Summit Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Albert E. Ashcroft,  as agent for E. D. Olmsted, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 34606a, James M. Fitspatrick,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 34035a, and I. J.  Evans, Free Miner's Certificate No. n6971, intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder foj 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 16lli dav of October, 1899.  ALBERT E. ASHCROFT, P. L. S.  , B.C.  I nnc������-gq����-��-��-���� ������������������������*������������� ����!�������������*������������-**�����<���  WOOD  ��\_~FOR SALE).  After the 20th inst the  undersigned will have good  dry pine wood for sale. Leave  orders at Frazee's Grocery,  corner of Deadwood and Copper sts. FRITZ. HAUSSENER.  m  fjps Dining Rooms will be open- gg|  &M ed on Sunday, August 13th. ��f��  a$? MEALS AT ALL HOURS.  ft Log Cabin Hotel Near Brewery.  KM*  0  A. P. McKenzie & Co.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that at the first meeting of the Licence Commissioners for the City  of Greenwood held after30days from this date  the undersigned will apply for a transfer from  the undersigned to A. Bourke aud Frank Fera  of the Hotel Licence now held by them for the  Ottawa House, situated on Silver Street in this  citv, H. D. TOMPKINS & CO.  Greenwood, B. C. Nov. 11, 1899.  W. B. RICKARDS & CO-- ��  .Real Estate and Financial Agents.  Fire  Life and Accident  insurance.  MINING BROKERS  MIDWAY, B. C.  THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN  R.  LIMITED.  GRE/IGER,'.. Manager.  Agents For.  ^PABST BEER  COMPLETE    -  LINE    -    BAR  Greenwood, B. C.  -   SUPPLIES.  ���1.1  a  &


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