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 l��/l  f" v  w  SATURDAY,    MAY    29,   1897.  @ (mining 3outrnae  PUBLISHED AT GREENWOOD CITY, B.C  vmmmmmmmm  Under License from The EDWD. P. ALUS CO., of Milwaukee, Wis.  ACHINERY.  Works i  14 sM4 ��$k ��4k ^14 Ai4 ��A&  ��***>���      ���*&*      ��--v     -*^;  Branch Office?  ancouver,  frfgW  63  > -      b  ������__JP"I" T-- ���-     ^-���������->-.  | ������ ip-4�����-   p��� *�����'  ?'  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  Established 1862.  EILER BROS  ^g^-g^t^^vvvv--  Manufacturers of Furni^  tare, Upholstery, etc, X  Importers of Crocker}*, Glassware, Carpets,  Wall Paper, Linoleums, etc. Residetices and  Hotels furnished througiiout. All orders, no  matter how larg-e, promptl}' filled, as we have  the  UR6EST STOCK II THE PROVINCE.  ���"/���*���   *v*   *v*-  ���sR?    ���"vV'     ���?/**���  Write us for Catalogue and Price List.  iV4     jSJ4     *V">  ���*A**     *?*v?     ���*��?���  VICTORIA,   B.C.  WILL   OPEN   BUSINESS   NEXT   WEEK   WITH  A Full Line of Hardware*   v    /  Granite   and  Tin/ware    .���  mining'forms,  "   CERTICATES,  Ledgers*   ���  Seals*  Government Stre^y:   Greenwood,  B. C  ML    R. ������:;SMITH    &  Established 185S.  Gold Medal Awarded  At B. C-. Agricultural Exhibition  1895 and 1896.-  BISCUIT   MANUFACTURERS.  Medal Awarded  Colonial and Indian Exhibition,  London, 1886.  i#mR-3-9e--i--��ff--^r-----?ia-f-^^  ps;  /WRITE   TO?^  The Province Publishing "Go,/  [Limited Liability.] *  Victoria,    ���        ^    Vancouver,  Plfffi   &   LEISERT^  Direct Importers and Wholesale Dealers in  1$)intB, fki(\\xoxB anb C^tgdrs  Yates  Street,  VICTORIA,  B.C.  G. H. Mumm's Extra Dry.  Watson's Scotch Whiskies.  J. N. HENDERSON. T. M. HENDERSON-  W*. HENDERSON.  Langley &     %   \  Henderson Bros,*  ..Manufacturers   of  ROLLED  OATS  OATMEAL V..//. ���  SPLIT PEAS ����.  Also Dealers in Grain of all  kinds,    Oats a specialty,  Robert Buckley*  UK.  CORRESPONDENCE  SOLICITED.  i!te.     *V4      ��!'*  fl^       ."Sllf*       ?rF  The Brackman & Ker Milling Co., Ltd.,  Victoria. Vancouver.  New Westm uster. Edmonton.  -Q=^^D-  Haruess, Saddles, Boots and  Shoes Repaired  ������"'<   with neatness aud dispatch.  SMEN\VC)bD   CITY,   B.C.  .SUKW-tfv^ii.fiU,- nrvmntPMrmUHt^-j ��.liml!liuMjm.ini��^if����mai���imu��mi-j..  SQUARE   HOUSE.  esaie Druggists,  Established 1858,  VICTORIA and VANCOUVER, B.C.  W. J. Snodgrass & Sons, Prop's.  Leaves Penticton at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays for Camp McKinney,  Rock Creek*. Midw.ayf,!-' Anaconda, Greenwood,  Carson and Grand Forces.  Returning-'leaves Grand Forks at 6 a.m.  on  Tuesda}-, Thursda}- and Saturday.  Carries the Mails, Passeiig-ers and Express.  $3r Will sell through Tickets  to Vancouver,  Victoria, Seattle or Portland.  (0  -J  UJ  UJ  ft  o  CO  Greenwood City, B.C.  Geo.' E. Seymour & Co., Props.  First-class  Accommodation.  Stages  from all parts pass the  door.  ,  SQUARE    TREATMENT.  0)  o  c  3D  m  *d  o  m  W. D.-PALAVER.  We carry the largest stock in British Columbia of Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines,  Perfumes, and Druggists' Sundries.  Proprietor of  Langley's Balsam of Aniseed, Sarsaparilla, etc.  A.   D.   WORGAN,  GREENWOOD   CITY.  ������>',?. f- A Weekly Paper published in the interests ot the Boundary Creek Mining District.  GREENWOOD CITY, B,C��� SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1897,  TOPICS   EQR   TME   WEEK  (5 6 Tk\ n? IGHT-haye-beens ''  are rarely  profitable  subjects  of   discussion;   nevertheless   one   may  perhaps be pardoned for occasionally noticing  flagrant mistakes���even when  they   are  past remedying���  when the right course has  been  made  plain.    Those  who  have travelled the road between Boundary Falls  and Midway, if asked, would doubtless be  unanimous  in  agreeing  that as a track for a   " switch-back "  railway  it  would be  hard to excel.    Strangely  enough,   however,   the  teamster  only regards the splendid potentialities of the steep decliyi-  ities and the  corresponding  precipitous  acclivities  of  the  route from the harrow standpoint as viewed from a wagon-  box, and at every hill he swears strange oaths ;   further,   it  will be some while, we fear, ere  a  speculator  of  sufficient  enterprise can be found prepared to establish a railroad  of  the "switch-back " variety  between  the  two  points mentioned, the natural advantages of the location of the present  wagon-road for the purpose notwithstanding.    Under these  circumstances it is, therefore, a matter for regret that when  the road wasbuilding those who had the work of construction in charge should have used so little judgment to  allow  the grade to be up-and-down hill when there was really not  the slightest necessity.    These remarks are chiefly inspired  "by an inspection of the irrigation ditch that is being dug on  the north   bank of Boundary creek by  the Midway  Town-  site Co.    Why could tnot the wagon-road have  followed  the  same levels?    Alas, why !  *1fe     iSfe      "Afe  We but give voice to, we opine, the general sentiment  throughout the district in expressing satisfaction at the  result of the trial (which took place at Midway this week),  of Provincial Constable McMynn. The acquittal was due  solely to the evidence of Dr. Jakes, and does not, as the  learned Judge was careful to point out, legally justify Mr.  McMynn's action with regard to the shooting. Since Mr.  Hood was shot last February public interest manifested in  the case rested upon two issues : (1) Has a constable privileges (as was asserted) not enjoyed by other members of a  community to use fire-arms under circumstances such as  attended the shooting of Hood ? (2) The question of the  case being taken up by the proper authorities. Except in  the first instance, before the full facts were known and Mr.  McMynn's conduct excused orrthe plea of ill-health, sympathy for his unfortunate position rather than indignation at the act which placed him in it, was the' dominating  feeling in the neighborhood. However, while so far as the  legal points are so happily decided, the Government has  yet to explain on what grounds the proper authorities neglected to take the usual measures in the matter of prosecution. Query : Had any common or garden prospector committed the offence whereof Mr. McMynn was guilty, would  or would not the offender have been promptly arrested by  the officers of the law, whether or not formal information  was laid previously ?  ��L**  "5J5��  The summer season is now close at hand and the possibility of Greenwood going up one fine morning in smoke,  consequent upon the spreading of bush fires in the direction  of the town, is by no means out of the question. Nothing  at all has yet been done towards providing against the occurrence of such a catastrophe, ergo if a fire does break out  it will have things pretty well all its own way and as in the  song the townspeople will have only themselves to "blime."  A proper system of water-works is, of course, the desideratum, but at the best we can expect nothing of a permanent  character in this line for some months ; hence the next best  thing in the way of fire protection must meanwhile suffice.  No time should be lost in organizing a local bucket and ladder brigade which, properly drilled and captained, would in  the eVent of a fire render very muchmore efficient services  than an unorganized mob of helpless people, however  willing and well disposed.  *  4fe  MR.   McMYNN   ACQUITTED.  W. G. McMynn, provincial constable and mining recorder  at Midway, has been acquitted of the charge  of  wounding  Reginald J. Hood.   The case was tried before Judge Spinks  at Midway on Wednesday.    Mr. J. A. Aikman appeared for  the Crown and Mr. J. P. McLeod for  the  defence.    Owing  to other cases having occupied the time of the Judge, it was!  8.30 p.m. before the McMynn case began.   The first witness  called for the prosecution was R. J. Hood, and his  evidence  was similar to that given at the preliminary hearing and at  the investigation conducted by Mr.   Lambly,   S.M.    In answer to Mr. McLeod, Mr. Hood stated that he had no reason  to think that Mr.* McMynn had any  hard   feelings  against  himself.    Wm. Lewis and James Fisher also gave evidence  similar to that on   the  two  former  occasions.    Dr.   Jakes  testified that he��had been   treating McMynn  for  nearly a  week previous to the shooting ; he had been  suffering from  a severe attack of la grippe.    Mr. McLeod elicited  the  important information that Dr. Jakes, knowing McMynn and  having treated him, was professionally of the opinion   that  he was temporariry mentally deranged  at  the  time  of the  shooting.    Constable Deans also gave evidence for the prosecution.    For the defence Miss McKenzie, Mr. Klkins and  Mr. James Brown in their evidence stated that they all had  noticed Mr. McMynn previous to the shooting  and   that he  looked very ill.   Mr. McLeod made a strong plea for acquit.  tal.    He quoted authorities  to  show  that  malice   must  be  proved, and there was no evidence to that effect.    He dwelt  particularly on Dr. Jakes'evidence.    He hoped the counsel  for the Crown would attempt to   throw  no  stigma  on   Mr.  McMynn, who bore such an excellent reputation.  After Mr. Aikman had summed up the evidence for the  prosecution, Judge Spinks reviewed the evidence and acquitted Mr. McMynn. The learned Judge also referred to  the medical evidence and stated that had it been different  his decision would also have probably been different. But  this evidence was so conclusive that he could do nothing  but acquit Mr. McMynn.  # ���# m  "%<*  *i*  ���w*  Thursday being Ascension Day,   the  Rev.   H.   Irwin,  of  Rossland, celebrated holy communion in Greenwood in  the  morning and   held  service   in  Midway in the  evening.    A  service was also held in Greenwood by the Rev. H. S. Ake-  urst, of Nelson, in the evening. A committee of members  of the Church of England has been formed in Midway to  make arrangements for the building of a church there.  MINERAL   ACT,    1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  BARBARA Mineral Claim,   situate  in  the  Kettle River mining* division of Yale district.   Where located : Skylark camp.  Take notice that I, G. Arthur Rendell, free  miner's certificate No. 87,434, intend, 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 28th day of May, 1897. 38  -t^.-.������^���r:rr  \ THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  CAMP   MCKINNEY   NOTES.  [SPECIAL    CORRESPONDENCE.]  -  Mr. Sidley is making a ditch to'bring  water to the Anarchist claim from the  south fork of Rock creek. When, completed this will give a fall of over 200  feet and drive all the machinery necessary for the working of the Anarchist  and other claims. With such advantage even the lowest grade of ore in the  mine should yield a profit.  Mr. Blick, who has been amalgamator for the Cariboo Mining Co., has  been obliged through ill-health to  seek outdoor employment and will  spend .a part of the summer in the  mountains prospecting.  The camp had a visit a short time  ago from Mr. W. C. Hammond, of Toronto, well known in mining circles.  Mr., Hammond was greatly taken with  the appearance of the Fontenoy, owned  by Hugh Cameron.������; "���-.' ��� ;.'��� - ..  Development work is going along  steadily on the Minnehaha with night  and day shifts. The manager complains of the slowness experienced in  getting* in freight. A pump a.nd other  equipment is on the way, and as the  large quantity of water coming into  the shaft is retarding progress they  may have to shut down for a short time  to await the arrival of thepump.  Assessment work is being done on  the Ontario, King Solomon, Eureka  and Victoria group of claims, about  three miles north of McKinney, owned  by Victoria parties.  Work will shortly be resumed on the  old Eureka claim.  Mr. John Douglas was here   a  short  �� time ag*o, accompanied by Mr. Hediey,  a mining expert.    Mr.   Douglas   is   always a welcome visitor in McKinney. ,  Mr. James is doing some work on the  Alma claini, which is showing up well.  The    Queen's   Birthday   passed   off  quietly in camp.'.\  COUNTY   COURT. -  A sitting of  the^county  court  was  held at Midway on Wednesday,   Judge  ' Spinks presiding. Several important  cases were tried. In the morning, two  or three minor cases were settled,while  two others were adjourned. An important mining case was that, of "Vasher vs. Gire. This was an action for  the balance of the purchase money of  an eighth interest in the Jack of Spades  and St. Lawrence leases. An action;  in connection with these claims has  been pending in the supreme court.for  the last two 3-ears. In the meantime.  Vastier sold Gire his interest iii the  leases for $1,500. At the time of the  agreement $500 was paid in ca.sh, and  the action was brought to recover the  balance. Judgment was given for the  plaintiff Vasher   for  $1,000,   execution  : not to. be.issued until July.  Mr. McLeod <*  appeared  for  the   plaintiff,    and   Mr.  Leamy for the defence.  FAIRVIEW   CAMP.  The Smuggler company of Fairview  having leased the Strathyre stamp  mill, ground several hundred tons of  Brown Bear ore which was in the mill  bins, and are now at work on the ore  from their own mine.  Messrs. Dier, Davidson & Russell's  steam stamp mill is being hauled from  Penticton to Fairview, where it will be  placed in position, as quickly as possible. The mill has a capacity of 60  tons daily.  ��&&>  :���'���'   DEALERS   IN-''���      .   .  Hardware, Paints and Oils, Sash and Doors,  ���'���''���"' $6 '   $& -V^fe*-1- ' ��� ,   '���' - - -V  Agents for Chatham Wagons and Sleighs,--Best in America.  One of the  best (Jobbing-' Shops  in  the  interior.  ������e^,>-^����-��-����>r*��MfB*��^��*fe^eKe^e>-e��^e����^��^ei>o^fr��>e^^  Tinware  Silverware.  -w-v-  Glassware  Hardware       Granite ware  Cook.Stoves      Wooden ware  Parlor and Box Stoves  Miners' Camp Stoves .    ��� Window Glass  Iron-Pi-pfe- and Fittings:.; .;.:;-  Cutlery .;:  y-*}������.'"-���"���"���{*_i'���;���;��' :.;'���'.'���*;��� Cr'qftl-ieryware and Jouse Furnishings  :;;;,:,:'t^MIHEFS' SUPPLIES;Av'SPEClALTY,:i::$ .:.  ^����ia^��-*0^C-��8^O<^e-��f��^^^^��*f9-<et>-��W*^��^f*^fS^��^f^ ,  You will find the A. & B. brand of g-oods the best.   :  tW    I   "n'n'M'OTnnilin V fl(\ The Hardware, Tin and Stove Men,  W. (!. HnMaiHuili km,. .   amaconda.  -T%Lj .   kJO*' t-��*(L> lJIU ��� k-CVj L^Ktf ���   b*-*w .   W*_i iJWw (wffiLrf kfRU tJrtw ��-53Lr -   JXi lW. ���.aO-?'    ***--<   A���!  fe^ *&* "ri9*  ���*-#���/���     ^s*      \��pr.    *s$s   ���"���*$*"    "ta^r ��� --ySK     *-*$���*"     ^"' ���**$*'.���   ~t&*     ^r   ���'**&'  "^*iSg-^J-aSi***-kf-^*^^ '  fE  ���       ���Midway, Kettle  First-ct^ass Accommodation.    Good. Stabling.    Stopping Place for Stages.  jMcAULEY & McCUAIG, Proprietors, -;\  I.^.f    Vl.. ���     f.  a*��*&ycuavartZTa��x?w  ���"-if*-'- *��  sr-s  Thos, Wake,    ���    Proprietor,  ��  The hotel is centrally located and is a stopping-  place for stage lines. Good fishing in the  vicinity.    Good stabling.  Meals will be served at all hours, the; tables  being furnished with the best. A variety of the  choicest brands of liquors and cigars at the bar.  '^���MBIiTattp''fcag��SqW'g-^  F-^a*"J:Ti^��M^i*t��ill^.u.^ - 1   -nJ-gtfr;jBac-|  S&4* 4* 4* 4? 4* 4* 4* 4* 4^ 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* '4* 4* 4* 4*$?  l Taylor <&  ^ lercMMiset  And pROSPECTORSV SUPPLIES,  ROCK     CREEK, -       -       -       -       E30 C.  *f* *$��� *f-* *$���*$* *f* *f* ' *$* >$* *f* *f* *f* 4" *?* *f* *f* *f*  M^j<^��g��sa*av^^��J=J'an��nj^.iimL'jjiueia^TJUj.>fiuiiafB^  mui5tiaMgga����Mf��MM��igB-��jiia>fUta[��L��i.^��ML n. iT<n-... Tl ���  sansoM & holbrook  Groups of Claims bought for Stock Companies and Syndicates  OFFICE    AT     GREENWOOD     CITY,     B, O.  Mm  %  TV >-&����� T.TfVT.-^-wf'v "���f.��f,llff����"  .���-. v'-U.. 'c,  'ft  "��� 'l '���w-hipjt-  .^0OFV't,-?r-as-lWi',V a  CTI..I1.C   ������     H|l|.|  ���!,���������.������������,��� .u,w ���������������!������. ^   ���T1fVU��..�� ��^.|||^ frnPfflrMI WXC-MUI -WWW��FW����'*W��-M1W,��*  ������������������ "||���V���Tr 1���|    |       ,| II ���      |-| 1| |H        |      ||  ,. I,., Ill        lll'll III      ���       ���������II   ll||l|l   lljn  IIIILJ.     .IIMI.,  1 , ,'lyvMt '���."/'  *\  'V  '*  ^  ���n-*'. 4 0*��j^rt^fcrip^!rn.ff^K,w*rK]6^��*-M*��rrU^  THE  ^BOUNDARY   C R E E K   TIM E S*  4  i  AN   EXTRAORDINARY   GRANT.  A return of all correspondence connected "with applications for water records which was presented to the legislature during the past session disclosed  the fact that F. August Heinze had secured a record of 1,200 inches of .water  from Beaver creek,  but  althoug-h  the  correspondence   was   supposed   to include all applications for  water  since  January 1st, 1896, the most careful perusal   of the return   presented  to  the  legislature fails to reveal any reference  to the grant made to I^indsay  M.  McCarren   for   1,200  inches  of water at  Boundary Falls.    It is understood that  Mr.   I^ambly,   the  gold  commissioner  for Yale district,   and  Mr.   McCarren  are interested in a townsite  at  Boundary Falls, and this  may  account  for  tlie extreme reticence displayed in reference to this grant.    In January, notice was given iri the Gazette that the  legislature would be asked for a private  bill to incorporate a company  for the  purpose of utilizing- the water at Boundary Falls for power  and  light purposes.   The applicants understood that  the water would remain unrecorded for  some time, as there was no  possibility  of its being utilized in  the   immediate  future ; but there is at the g-pvernment  office at Midway a record to  the  effect  that Mi*. lyarribly granted on  the  14th  day of January, 1897, a record bf 1,200  inches of water for 20 years tql/ihdsay  M. McCarren.    The said water is to be  used for mining and milling' purposes  on L<0t 429, Group 1,  Osoyoos division  of Yale district, and is to be diverted  from  its  source  about  74 feet  above  Boundary  falls.;    This 0grant  was  recorded on the 21st day of January, 1897.  One mig*ht live for ever  in   ignorance  of this water grant as far as the correspondence presented to the  legislature  is concerned, but the same correspondence  disclosed  the  fact  that   Messrs.  JDier,   Davidson   &   Russell,  who are  busily engag-ed  in  minings operations  at Fairview, were refused a water record by Mr.   JL/'ambly.-    An  explanation  of the hiatus in the return would prove  interesting, as would  also  the reason  for refusing Messrs. Dier, Davidson &  Russell a grant of water necessary  to  operate their  stamp mill; while at the  same   time   the  gold    commissioner's  partner is  g-iven  authority   to  tie  up  1,200 inches of water for 20  years.    If  this grant to Mr. McCarren is not subject to the water clauses  Act, then the  company who secured a charter to use  this   water   to    develop    surrounding  mines and to  generate  electricity  for  other purposes, are debarred from carrying out their intentions  unless they  make terms with Mr. McCarren.  Bven  Mr.  Heinze's  extraordinary   grant  is  subject to the provisions of the Water  Clauses Act.  The current issueof the British Columbia Gazette contains notice of the  creation of several new school districts  among them being Greenwood. The  district of Greenwood is described as  including " all that tract of land composed of the northern half of Township  70 and the southern half of Township  79, Osoyoos division of Yale district.  Mr. Keffer, manager of the Boundary  Mines Co., started eight men., to work  on the Mother I^ode on Thursday.  The work of developing the property  will be vigorously prosecuted during-  the summer. Several men are also at  work on the No. 7 mine, owned by the  same company.  Rossland.  Greenwood.  LIMITED   LIABILITY.  QRedf Bstatc anb fining. QStofeers,  9-  Financial & Insurance Agents  GEO.   R.   NADEN/ Manager.  I     H.   HALLETT,  QBaroafer, Jloftcifor,  NOTARY   PUBLIC.  GREENWOOD,   B.O.  fZ'ORBES   M.   KERBY,  Assoc. Mem. Can. Soc. Civil Engineers,  (protrinctdf fednb ^umgot  AND CIVIL  ENGINEER,  ��� Qtofar-g (puBtlC ��� MIDWAY.  "B. C.  ��    W.   JAKES,   M.D..   CM..  BY  APPOINTMENT  Resident Physician to Kettle  River District.  Office       :       :       Greenwood, B.C.  T    P. McLEOO,  Barrister and Solicitor.  Anaconda, B. C.  0  03  .(CJ  o  s-  CQ  .-��������  IU  -o  C  C  'c  o  R  i������  o  O:  o  ���w  SS  c  o  ���el  o  r  ��  ��  <3S  ���ei  ... .  c  2 *-  ��    g  CO   -J*  l��  e ��*  <S  "CJ 3��  c:  �����*''.  be  a  to  co  <  >>  1-1  <a .  3���f  O *-���  MS  fJJ ""J  Si fcsC  ^a  "a*':  u  ;������'�����'�����.-  :%&  ���^->  C'-��J -  732  $u  rt'C  '88  si��  .+*  '���<  TO   LET  TO Responsible Party,���a well-finished  ��� ������..eight-room. House in Anaconda, now occupied by Mr. Keffer, managrerof the Boundary  Mines Co.���Apply to  MACIMIEN BERGER,  37-4 '-'--   Anaconda, B.C.  SITTINGS of the Licensing- Court for the  southern portion of the Osoyoos Division  of Yale District will be holden at Osoyoos and  Midway  On Tuesday, June 15th, 1897,  At Eleven o'clock in the forenoon.  C. A. R.LAMBLY;  Government Office, s.M.  Osoyoos, May 12th, 1897. 36-5  OHN   A.   CORYELL,   a.m., b.c.a.  tttgtncer,'  Provincial Land Surveyor and Draughtsman.  Irrigation Projects, Engineering- and Survey  Work, with plans and Estimates in any portion  of the province, immediately attended to.  Maps and Plans of any portion of Osoyoos  district and mining" camps of Kettle River Min��-  ing1 Division.  Residence   -   -  MIDWAY.  A. B. HART +  4�� Greenwood, B.C.  Office, Store, andv Saloon Fixtures a specialty.  Plans and Specifications made and Estimates  g-iven.  KAY & BLOUGH  9  BUILDERS  anaoonda:  Plans Prepared & Estimates Given  Notice to Joint Stock Companies  THE following- section, numbered 161, of the  " Companies Act, 1897," relative to the  issue of a free miner's certificate, is published  for the information of JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.  JAMES BARER,  Minister of Mines.  Provincial Secretary's Office,  14th May, 1897. 37-4  . 161.���Notwithstanding- anything* tb the contrary in section 4 of the " Mineral Act, 1896," or  section 4 of the " Placer Mining- Act, 1891," cr  elsewhere in the said Acts or other the mining-  laws of the Province, no free miner's certificate  shall be issued to a Joint Stock Company for a  long*er period than one year, and such certificate shall date from the 30th day of June in  each year: and every free( miner's certificate  held by a Joint Stock Company at the passing*  of this Act shall be valid and existing- until  and shall expire on the 30th day of June, 1897.  Upon applying- to renew any such certificate on  or before said 30th day of June, the Joint Stock  Company shall be entitled to a rebate of a proportionate amount of the fee paid for a certificate heretofore issued according-to the further  time for which it would but for this section  have been valid.  G.  A. GUESS, M.A.  H.  A.  GUESS,   M.A.  Assayers '& Chemists*  Thoroughly familiar with Boundary Creek  and' Fairview mining- districts. Properties  examined, assays and analyses of ores, fuels,  furnace products, etc.  Greenwood, B.C.  .  W.   GIBBS,  b;c.  GREENWOOD  ���7-re??^^^ LER & L  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in General Merchandise*  m  a  m  m ���  ��  fr  Or by whatever name you Have in  25 different patterns,   Imported English Gassimeres at 6,5Q*  5^50f 5,00 fGa  at 3,00* 2,60 and 2,0Q\ down to Overalls* Kentucky Jeaiis  and cotton,     '   2�� :-    ;*3lT   ��������� $�� .'���'���  Men's Jumpers iii Gingham and Denim and Miners'  Blue Denim Working Shirts,  y.  /  9': "-\  14 and 24 Strand Cotton        .^  and 20 strand Hair  ;.-���'''"���      "��� $& *&: d&' . ��� ���- .'* '������  Whip Lashes from 5ft 4 Strand at 50cts to  9  jS&' i-AJs.  df&  '.'.J';.' Rope air Sizes  8ft 6 Strand at 2 50 Whipstocks 4^ 5 5X feet  Second Growth Hickory, from 50cts.to $1.00.  Batting* half  Turkish and  sat fi  alters1' aprons* short  or  last but not least  cents  cents to a dollar,  etc* and  line of  9  F  in the district,    Our Ladies  cents, to a dollar per pair is-the best selection in this vicinity,  it  i  %  cts, per  cts,. per  cts, per  i  i -I  0  I  ��  ���* k  ����M��aMm^TO��g^ ���r  "'I  ��  .. /  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  .,       .��**V.!'  f     -   ./'������  .*''  MINING   NOTES.  Sam Strong has begun work on his  placer claim below Boundary Falls.  Word has been received that Mr. W.  A. Carlyle, provincial mineralogist,  has left Victoria for Yale district and  hopes to be in Boundary within the  next two weeks. ^  John B., Snider and partners have  completed the assessment work on the  White Horse, in Copper camp. Mr.  Snider will spend the summer prospecting in the Similkameen district.  Col. Yr. H. Fife, of Rossland, and R.  Gibson, of Birtle, Man., arrived in  Greenwood on Sunday and spent some  time in visiting the different camps.  Col. Fife is interested in the American  Boy, Providence and lOlkhorn. ,  Mr. iylkiris., acting in his official capacity as deputy sheriff, sold a half-interest in1 the Standard and Mammoth  mineral claims in Prior camp at public  auction on Thursday. The purchaser  was Thos. Walsh, who owns the other  half-interests.  Scott McRae brought down this week  a remarkable specimen of ore of almost  solid copper from a claim upon which  the assessment is being done in Copper  camp. The specimen was merely float  but there is abundant evidence that a  fine body of ore exists on the property.  Mr. McKen-sie, of the Greenwood  Gold Mining Co., returned from Boss-  burg this week, where he owns a promising property. The town of Bossburg  is growing rapidly and when the new  piece of wagon road is completed will  become the freighting station for this  district instead of Marcus. The distance between Bossburg and Greenwood is nine miles less than from Marcus.  GREENWOOD  AND VICINITY.  Wash.,   was  Dr.   Peck,   of   Colville, ,.._..  among the visitors, to  Greenwood this  week.  Mr. Hugh Wood, Mr. Robt. Wood's  nephew, arrived from Armstrong on  Wednesda}-.  Mrs. Wilson, of Chicago, is visiting  her brother, Mr. T. Hardy, Palace  hotel, Anaconda.  J. Jermyn left on Wednesday for  Nelson and other Kootenay points. He  will visit the eastern provinces before  returning to Greenwood. ���/  Mr. Stei^hen Taylor, who has made  -many friends during his stay at Greenwood, will leave for England shortly.  He is anxious that all accounts against  himself or the estate should be presented at once. Mr. Taylor intends to return to Greenwood within the next two  years.  F. W. Gilbert, superintendent of the  Idaho division of the Great Northern  Railway, and several other prominent  railway men spent several days in  Greenwood this week. They maintained that their visit had no connection with the construction of a railway  into the district; they were simply  having a look at the mines with a view  to investment.  On Wednesday evening Mr. Alexander Curry, of McKee & Curry, the proprietors of the Pioneer livery and feed  stables, was united in marriage to Miss  Ivulu Belle Huff, the eldest daughter of  Mr. H. H. Huff, of Greenwood. The  ceremony, which took place at the residence of Messrs. Hodgson & Barrett,  was performed by Rev.   H.   Irwin,   of  Rossland, only a few personal friends  of the bride and groom being present.  The bride, who was charming attired  in white, was attended by Miss Palmer  as bridesmaid and given away by her  father; Mr. Hugh McKee acted as  ��� best man.  Mr. Irwin, who until recently was  Presbyterian missionary at Greenwood, cut his foot rather badly while  out prospecting up the West Fork. He  is at present at Midway.  ANACONDA COMMERCIAL CLUB.  The regular weekly  meeting  of  the  above  club   was   held  on   Wednesday  evening last.    Thos. Hardy (president)  occupied the chair.    After the minutes  of   the   last  meeting  were  read   and  had   been   adopted, a   communication  was   read   from   jthe   auditor    of,   the  Spokane ;Falis & |tforttiern Railway in  which  he  stated.lthat   Mitchell  Bros,  were reliable   freighters  and  he  was  satisfied that they will  carry   out  any  agreement that they may make.  Messrs; Hardy and   Hind,   the  committee  appointed  to   secure  subscriptions for a Dominion Day   celebration,  reported that the citizens were  a unit  in favor of holding the celebration and  that $120 had already been  subscribed  for the purpose.    A  motion  was  then  passed to the effect that the celebration  be held under the auspices of the club.  The following committee was appointed   to   carry   out  all    arrangements :  Messrs. Miller, Hind, I^ind,   Iyaw  and  Ford.  The club decided to secure Anaconda  fingerboards, to be placed where the  No. 7 trail intersects the Dewdney  trail, and also on the roads leading to  Deadwood and Copper camps.  NOTICE.  To W.  H.  Norris,  Esq., Gerald   T.  Hodg-son,  Esq., and James Kerrj Esq., Justices of the  '     Peace *  TAKE iSTOTICE that I intend to apply at  the next sitting- of the Licensing- Court  to be holden by you for a portion of the Osoyoos division of Yale district, for a transfer to  Thomas Wake of the license now held by me to  sell spirituous aud fermented liquors by retail  upon the premises known as the Boundary  Falls Hotel, situate on lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 31, 22,  23 and 24, block 4, in the, townsite of Boundary  Falls, in Yale district.  Dated at Boundary Falls, B.C., May 3, 1897.  35 THOMAS HARDY.  NOTICE.  To Gerald T. Hodg-son, Esq., James Kerr, Esq.  and W. H. Norris, Esq., Justices of the  Peace '. ..>���..,- - -  TAKE NOTICE that we intend to apply at  the next sitting- of the Licensing- Court  to be holden by you for a portion of the Osoyoos division of Yale district, for a transfer to  Geo. E. Seymour & Co. of the license now held  bj* us to sell spirituous and fermented liquors  by retail upon the premises known as the  Windsor Hotel, situate on lots 31 and 32, block  7, Copper street, in the townsite of Greenwood  Cit3*, in Yale district.  SEYMOUR  & WEBB.  Dated at Greenwood   City, B.C., May 11th, 1897.  7 ��� ' ��� "  McLEOD,  1  I  T  1  Dealers in ���  ^M^t����^>>HI��>H*i^^^a<��M4t>t<����l<|{f  I : I  ���       r\        1 1       <n        s* *!  ���I  ��� '?  i  (Real Estate  j     And MINERAL   CLAIMS,     l  t Greenwood, B.C. $  j  MINERAL   CLAIMS I  2 For Sale at a Bargain.  J In tlie Besf "Mining Camps.  A  Proprietors of the  VERNON   SAW,  1 PLANING   AND  I MOULDING yniLLS  ? Sash aud Door Factory at Vernon.  I Saw Mill at Okanag-an Lake.  ''A  ? Owning-   extensive timber limits on  !*      Mabel lake containing- some of the finest  Cedar"to., be found  in  the  Interior,, we  are prepared to fill all orders  for  Fac-  ���     tory   work    reasonabl3*,    expeditioiislj-  !      and of as g-ood material as  can be  had  at the Coast or Spokane.  T Orders from Boundary Creek and the  !      Southern Interior solicited.  ������5^3  I Smith & McLeod, Vernon.  i r  &4  GENERAL  :��� JllHJMIII.  All kind of work promptly executed to  the satisfaction of Customers.  Anaconda* B,G���  Can outfit Prospectors cheaper  and better than any of  his Competitors,  Pure Drugs,  Patent Medicines,  Toilet Soaps,  Books* Stationery and  ewsvg  1   "���  MIDWAY  B.C.  OFFICE    SUPPLIES,   CIGARS,  CONFECTIONARY,     FRUIT,     Etc  Copper Street, Greenwood B.C.  mi  c '��� THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  omoatp Creefl Ctmeer  PUBLISHED BY  THE  TIMES  PUBLISHING COMPANY.  Subscription, $2.00 per Year, in Advance.  :A\INERS>;an'd':������?:���' ^      ,  PROSPECTORS  should Wear : :  Ames Holden Cc'S  "Columbia "  "Kootenay "  "Vancouver "  All of which are First-class Foot Wear.  SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1897.  QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATlONf  The seventy-eighth   anniversary  of  thebirth of Her Most Gracious Majesty  Queen Victoria was celebrated  by, the  residents of Greenwood  in  a  manner  that was not only gratifying- to the ultra loyal but also satisfactory to   those  who wished   to  enjoy   themselves on a  national holiday.   Those who observed  the holiday were not limited to subjects  of   the   nation  of   which   Greenwood  forms no  unimportant  part,   but  citizens of that country that divorced herself from John  Bull  forgot  the  Stars  and Stripes for the  nonce  and joined  with the others in making the celebration a credit to the day and  the  place.  Visitors came in goodly numbers, Anaconda,Midway, Grand Forks and other  c  places   being   well   represented.    The  success  of  the   celebration  was   in  a  great measure due to the efforts of the,  general committee,  consisting  of the  following gentlemen : Messrs. Nelson,  Comstock, F. B. Smith, Currie, I^eamy,  Galloway,   Breslauer,   Black,   Sutherland   and    Hodgson.      The    different  events were carried out promptly  and  without disputes of any kind.  HORSE RACES.  The celebration opened at 10.30 with  horse races on the new track, which is  about half-a-mile in length and runs  along Silver street. The track was  rather heavy j owing to its having been  completed only a few days before the  races. The most of the prizes were  won by two well-built gray horses from  Curlew creek. There were no entries  for the trotting or pacing race. In the  running race (in heats) the entries  were : Salem, gray gelding, owned by  Ed. lyefleur ; Curlew Babe, bay mare,  owned by Godfriedson ; Johnny, bay  gelding, owned by Robinson ; and  Maude, sorrel mare, owned by A. Fisher. Salem was ridden by an Indian  boy named Francis who knew how to  get the best out of a good animal and  his horse won both heats, closely followed by A. Fisher's big sorrel. The  saddle horse race (straight dash) was  won by Fly, a gray mare owned by Ed.  Ivefleur and also ridden by Francis.  The other entries were Skookum, a  gray gelding, owned by McClung, and  Gray Bird, a gray mare owned by Godfriedson.  The ladies' race proved one of the  most exciting of the day. Mrs. Winters  rode one of the grays which had distinguished themselves in the earlier  part of the day; Mrs. McClung had  charge of a likely looking bay ; while  Miss Hopper was also mounted on  one  of the grays from the Curlew creek  country. Many bets were made on the  result of the race. The horses got  away well and came down the track  like a whirlwind. By superior horsemanship Mrs. McClung succeeded in  forcing her little bay ahead and retained that position until near the close  when the almost invincible gray, ridden by Mrs. Winters, made a spurt and  came in a neck ahead. Mrs. McClung's  friends were not satisfied with defeat  and immediately made a match for a  purse. This second race was runoff in  the evening and those who had confidence in the little bay and its rider had  the satisfaction of seeing them win.  A  ROYAI,  SALUTE.  While Greenwood has no heavy guns  by which her citizens can loudly proclaim the fact that they are observing  their sovereign's birthday, the same  citizens are full of resources and consequently at noon a salute of 21 ''guns"  reverberated througfi the mountains.  How the-' salute " was brought about  is a mystery. The only explanation  was offered by a certain sharp-visaged  gentleman who maintained that Bill  L/ewis and another walked up - the  mountain side with their arms full of  dynamite cartridges and that they returned empty-handed.  ATHLETIC SPORTS.  The different events in the athletic  sports were also keenly contested. The  sack race was won by W. R. Medill,  the other contestants being Jack Hoffstetter and  Frank   Coryell.    The  100-  fryards foot race was won by George  Spence, John Snodgrass Jbeing second.  The other entries were  Jack  Hbffstet-  -terr J. Brown, Tom White, John Mur-  ray arid James McKmhori. M. D. "Mc-  Iyeod "put" the : stone several feet  further than his competitors, D. Beath,  F. Coryell and EJd. |Ivafleur. In .the  hurdle race F. B. Smith won easily ;  W. R. Medill was second, and the other  entries were: J. Snodgrass, J. Hoffstetter, G. W. Spence and Inkster. G.  W. Spence won the standing long jump,  Wesley being second ; James Sutherland and D. Beath also entered. The  running hop, step and jump was won  by Frank Coryell, M. D. McL,eod being  second. The other entries were : W.  R. Medill, J. Sutherland, J. A.  Cavin,  G. Hoffstetter, Inkster and Godfriedson. F. B. Smith won the high jump,  W. R. Medill being second. R. W,  Deans and Mitchell also entered.  DRIVING    CONTEST.  Probably the greatest interest of the  day centred in the drilling contest.  Two teams entered, viz., John Sullivan  and Dennis Clune, and Al. Ivynch and  Bert. Cousins. The rock was of the  hardest granite and every one of Sullivan and Clime's drills came to grief.  They won the toss and started first.  The odds were against them from the  start as the rock was too hard for their  drills, but they worked with an endurance that deserved success and succeeded with their broken drills in  piercing the rock to the depth of 13}i  inches when time (15 minutes) was  called. I^ynch and Cousins were more  fortunate for their drills stood better  against the rock. L,ynch also used the  hammer to the best advantage, changing from one hand to the other without  in any way weakening- the force of the  blows. His partner Cousins was an  adept at turning the drills, and when  the 15 minutes were called they had  drilled 19}i inches, thereby winning  the contest and a purse of $40.  TUG-OF-WAR.  The last event for the day,   the  tug-  of-war, was the most keenly contested  of them all.    The opposing teams represented   Greenwood   and    Anaconda  and were made  up of powerful men,  the aggregate weight of the Anaconda  team (10 men) being over 2,000 pounds.  The tug-of-war took place on the sidewalk   in  front  of  the  Pioneer  hotel.  Cleats were securely nailed to the sidewalk, and for ten  minutes  the  teams  tugged "with, all   their  might.      The  Greenwood team was  handicapped because of lack of training, but  as  they  had plenty of opportunity  to  practice  during   the   two   weeks  previous  the  fault was their own.    Anaconda secured an advantage at the very  start and  kept   it throughout.    Just before the  ten   minutes   were  up the  Anaconda  men gave a long and strong pull  and  succeeded in getting the rope over the r  four-foot mark,   thereby  winning  the  tug-of-war.    The teams  were   as  follows : Anaconda���Mr. Miller (captain),  Tholl   (anchor),   King,  Jackman,  McDowell, Kay, Murphy, Reed,  Hopper,  C. McDowell andClune."   Greenwood���  Mr.  Sutherland  (captain),  Hoffstetter  (anchor),   Godfriedson,   Lindsay,  Mc-  Arthurj   Dilllier,   A.   Rupe,   Harrison,  L/ewis, Fmerson  and  Bryant.    Mr. G.  A. Rendell carried  out the  duties  of  referee to the satisfaction of both sides.  THE   BALI,.  A successful day's celebration was  concluded with a grand ball given in  Sansom & Holbrook's hall. About  fifty couples danced to the excellent  music furnished by Comstock's orchestra. The hall was prettily decorated  with flags and evergreens. At midnight an appetizing supper was served  atthe" Cosmopolitan restaurant.  *o  ������{Incorporated 1070.)   To the large number of the  Boundary District people we  extend our thanks for the pat^  ronage given us in the past ? and  to those who have not given us  a trial yet we would request  the favor of an order,  We make a specialty of Mail  Orders, which receive prompt  attention, Our stock is now  complete in  ._   dry goods.  boots # shoes;  groceries.    .  ���Wines, Bdquore anb Cigarc.  ������ffe     ��&      aV*.      irifc  ���In--     it?      'ii$      -SitS '-  VI.  P.O. Box 64,  VERNON. B.C.  M8IMa��^  immnamtmmtwTOKmmegn ���i    / ." f p  '��J��".  Makes four House a Home.  When thinking of papering your House, come and see our  latest consignment, just arrived. The Newest Designs; We  have also a complete line of  Carpets,   Window  Shades*  Etc/  Of  Description*    Nails of all Sizes,    Windows and  Doors,    Building Paper,  General Merchants,  $Ub fffl��okB<xfox& cf Dtfints, j%iquoxB <xnh Cigars,  * >�� ���"trc*7i ���*  ���-Afk-  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  -!������.������ TpTO=rvf��^mr���rr^acarawi; ���A^^-afHttiiAj'.JiSaa  <tar��M>w.u-w��fJi|i iwinuJi ���.rffiiDffrmf.��...j. ��� nyMp^M^gpf-i     .,, ,,    ||i|-JOM��|inBr^n.^lipmnirin|r1^��  isffsssssxmraanKiazir  BtisaEinisafsusaissi'sSfZiieasiaaas  3M3gs8cgggaau.wwfl -.^^aaiai^gl.a^im^gJig^'^^^&J.i^ajgsj  '!iP  ���fc**.-'1'  ���   Wt;  >//,- ,;^<i)-*ss=-  GREENWOOD CITY is the central town and supply  point of the Boundary Creek mining camps, From this  new   town   roads   lead   to   the.  ��� --���-���--���-����������� - *  >5 mxxn  Si  j t��  Lots  are  selling  freely  and  are  a  good  investment  -o-  For price of Lots and other information, address  Robt Wood or C S, Galloway*  Greenwood City, Boundary Creek,  Or  apply  to  the  Agents?  Ij.u.  A.   K.   STUART, 'Vancouver.  #  M  I  i.  m.  -��..' I  THE   BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES  if  //*���/>���  HEAD     OFFICE:      ROSSLAND,     B.C.  Capital/ $1,500,000,     3��      1,500,000 Shares, par value $1,00,    Fully paid and Nonassessable,  Treasury Stock,  500,000 Shares,  Officers:  President :   HON.   T.   M.   DALY,   Ex-A\inister  of Interior.  Vice-President :   ANDREW   KELLY,   of Alexander,  Kelly :& Co.,  Brandon,  nan.  Secretary-Treasurer :   W.   L.   ORDE,   Esq.,   Rossland,   B.C.  Boakd   of   Directors :  Hon. d. N. Kirchoffer, W. A. yHacdonald, Q.C., Ered. Nation, W. L. Lindsay, Wm. cJohnson,  W. A. Fuller, W. cJ. Porter, and G. II. Collins.  Owns  the "Golden Crown" mineral claim and has a bond on the "Calumet," situated in  0 Wellington camp, Yale District, B,C,  TRANSFERS FOR THE WEEK.  [Furnished by J. S. Harrison, Searcher of  Records, Midway, B.C.]  -  "   MAY   18.  Hope, y2 int., Niels I^arsen to H. S. Cay ley.  ���-.-   MAY.   20...  Moonstone, Fidelity, Kroner, Manzanita,  Progress, % int. ea., JVC. Olson to M. J. Phelan.  Saint Louise, ]A, int., A. Fortier to J. Desrosier.  St. jDouis, Va int., Desrosier to Geo. Fortier.  Tablet, J. Dawson to G. Hawley.  Pioneer, Revenue, % int. ea., Ned Bennett to "J.  H. McFarlane.    >  nay 21.  Revenue, y2 int., F. M. Greenwood toMcFarlane  Pioneer, % int., Ned Bennett.to McFarlane.  Johanna, ^ int., F. Blackburn to Geo. Smith.  Golden Horn, y2 int., G. Gunderson to Spindler.  '   MAY.' 22.  Superior, % int., D. W. Dillon to Fred. Gross.  River Elbow, % int., J. Holm to W. Troutner.  ..... .        MAY,;  25.  Aurora, Ibe, % ea., J". A. Currie to Jul. I^auzon.  Ing*ersol, 1-6 int., J. F. Rice to M. Queneau.  Lenora, Ys int., P. Steep to V. R. Swauson.  I,ondon Hill,  Washing-ton,   %   int.  ea.,  W.   S.  Hill to W. B. London.    Ditto to Th.   Geddes.  Ditto to Geo. P. Holman.  McKinley, % int., F. R. Launtz to J. T. Moor.  Quebec, l/2 int., W. Guttridg*e to R. F. Coates.  '.MAY ''26.     -. ���      ���  Bruce, % int., R. Denzler to J. C. Haas.  A   MINING   CASE.  A lawsuit which evoked considerable  interest was that of Jermyn vs. Guess,  tried at Midway.    On   16th  April  Mr.  Jermyn   entered   into   an   agreement  with Geo. A. Guess for the purchase of  a mineral claim named Susie, in   Fair-  view canip ; $200 was paid for an option  until May 5th, provided that  a  report  on the property   drawn  by   Mr.   Guess  was corroborated by Mr. Haas.    In the  event of the report not being- found as  represented, the $200 was to be  returned.    The case was  tried before  Judge  Spinks  and   a  jury  of  five,  namely,  Messrs. Rickards. (foreman),   McNicol,  McAuley, Mead and  F.   Coryell.    The  case occupied over seven hours, several  witnesses having-been called on  both  sides.    The decisive point in, the  case  was as follows : Was the claim a "fissure  vein between intrusive granite?    The  plaintiff held that the quartz  was  not  contained in a fissure vein but in a deposit.    The judg-e charg-ed  strongly in  favor of the plaintiff and said   the  expert evidence went  to   show  that  the  claim was not a fissure vein.   The jury  remained out for over  five  hours  and  then returned a verdict of four to one in  favor  of  the defendants.    Mr. Hallett  and Mr.   Black  were  counsel  for  the  plaintiff, and Mr. Leamy and Mr. McLeod for the defendants.  A letter received lately from the  President of the Executive Council contains the important information that  the petition for the incorporation of  Greenwood has been received by the  Government and that letters patent  will be issued as soon as possible.  R1E PIONEER HOTEL  Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B,C,  *Vi'  We are prepared to welcome Guests and provide g-ood accommodation/  Headquarters for Mining-Men.        Best of Wines, Liquors and Cig-ars.  ���������l/EVERY  S'TABIvE  IN  CONNECTION.   NELSON L CO,  A*fe aV* .Mi*  **&  Proprietors*  +.��� Jenckes Machine Co. :  SMERBF?OOKE,   OUE.  *�������     ���*&     -"&  -"n?      fiF      ���%**  ���c- &��"���     i$k     ���",!"���  �����&     -sft*     t-R*  Boilers, Hoists, Pumps, Ore Cars and Buckets, Wire Rope,  Air Compressors, Steam and Air Drills, Saw Mills and  Supplies.    Prompt delivery from Rossland stock.  ��� Send for Catalogues. ^   F.-R.  MEN DEN HALL,   Agent,   Spokane  and   Ro@sl.and.  We have on band a large stock of  Glass* Mattresses* Pillows* Springs* Gots*  Meat Safes* Rocking Chairs* Bedroom  Suites and Furniture of all descriptions/  We would call your attention to our BOX SPRING and CLIPPER MATTRESSES  JOB   WORK   PROMPTLY   ATTENDED   TO.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD CITY, B.C. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  THE  SCHOOL  CONCERT,  The concert in aid of the school fund  g-iven on Saturday evening*- last was a,  decided success so far as the excellence  of the programme was concerned ;  every number being- encored by a  rather small but thoroughly appreciative audience. Mr. Smailes occupied  the chair and in a short address he  explained that owing to the expenditure in connection with the opening- of  the school, the Board of Trustees found  that after the $40 allowed by the Government had been expended there was  still an indebtedness amounting- to a  considerable sum ; hence the concert.  Below is the programme, as carried out:  Quartette���Juanita..  ..Mrs. McArthur, Miss  Thoriiber, Mr. Jacobs and Mr. Galloway.  Solo���Cockles and Mussels ..Mr. Lamb.  Chorus���Part3- at.the Zoo.........School-children.  Charade���Infancy.....   Solo���The Love Letter..... .. ...Mr. Jacobs.  Solo���Tell them that you saw rue:...............  ..'.' .-..'..���.' : ..Mr. Harlan.  Recitation���A lesson to lb vers.:.:-... Miss Butler.  Solo and Chorus���Paradise Alley.........    .........:....... ...:.....Miss Thornber.  Recitation���Oh   why    should    mortals:'.,be  proud... .....' ...Mrs. Phelan.  Trio���Ye banks and braes.:...... ..Mrs.  McArthur, Miss Thornber, Mr.  Galloway.  Chairman's address.  Quartette���Home ag-ain .....Mrs. McArthur,  Miss Thornber, Mr.  Jacobs, Mr. Galloway.  Solo���A warrior bold..................Mr.  Gallowa3'.  Charade.  Solo���Love's old sweet song*......Mrs. McArthur.  Recitation���The inventor's wife.. ...Mrs. Flood.  Cornet solo. ............Mr. Cope.  Solo���December and May Mr. Harlan.  God save the Queen.  COMPANIES'   LICENSES.  Mining*   companies    without   crown  grants for their properties should carefully study the provisions  of  the  Act  dealing*   with   the   incorporation   and  registration of joint  stock  companies  passed during- the recent session of the  provincial legislature. All free miners'  licenses held by companies will be cancelled on June  30th  next,   and  unless  companies secure other licenses  stipulated by the Act their right to mineral  claims held by them is endangered. By  scanning the  advertising  columns  of  The Times  it  will  be  seen   that  the  government is calling the attention of  companies to the section dealing  with  this matter.    A  company,   after  June  30th, will not receive a miners' license  for $5, but must pay $50 where the capital does not exceed $10,000,   and  $100  where it exceeds that amount.    A company   applying  to renew  its  miner's  certificate on or before June  30th  will  be entitled to a rebate of a proportionate amount of the fee paid for a certificate heretofore. issued, according to the  further time for  which   it  would,   excepting for  the  new  Act,   have  been  valid.    While many mining companies  consider that the charge  for  the  new  certificates is exorbitant,  they  should  act promptly in securing these  certificates in order that any future  difficulties may be avoided.  The Victoria Order of Nurses.  The Rev. H. Irwin, of Rossland.  writes to The Times suggesting that  an effort be made in Boundary "to  raise money for the * Victoaia Order of  Nurses ' which is a commemoration of  the Diamond Jubilee, as Canada's recognition of her sick and poor." The  churches at Rossland are subscribing  liberally towards this fund and Mr.  Irwin thinks that a strong effort should  be made here "just to show them back'  East that the West is alive too to the  great need of such endowed national  help." Mr. Bostock, M.P., also writes  in the same strain.  SPORTlKtG   GOODS.  ��1*  "'ilft     &*  vn*"      ''i$     "w?  AUI * Boxing Gloves,     Dumb Bells,        Indian Clubs, *|fjj>  ^M \ Lacrosse Sticks,    Tennis Goods,    Punching Bags, |mv^  ii Cricket Supplies,  Victor and Remington Bicycles, I  ��-e^a-������a��aw��if<^��*f-��c^B����^^����<^����fa��B��o����o������a^ a  | CHAS. E. TISBAL��L��, Vancouver.  O ����� ��� <��>��^��>-������^8����<-����W ���  Louis Blue.  A. Fisher.  A. R. Tillman.  MILLS     AND     YARDS     AT  Greenwood Gity    %    Anaeoriclar B,C,  Manufacturers of Roug-h. and Dressed  ShiiigleSf Lathf Mouldings* Sasli arid Poors/  if?     "sS**     -suk"*"  ALL EINDMF FACTORY WOMMABE TO ORDER  Lumber deli.y.er.ed"- to any place  in the. Ci by or   tos Mining; Camps  J. Kerr.  J. P. Flood.  BUTCHERS       ;:  GREENWOOD. GRAND PORKS. & /MIDWAY.  Meat delivered at Rock Creek and all Mining* Camps.  ARMSTRONG.    B.C.  ��!'*     *V*     $e.  ">li?       "SK**       ">&  Patronize home industry and the only co-operative Flour Mili in the  Province by using our  XXX X  Our Mill is fitted throughout with  the latest improved machinery and  is  in  charge of a thoroug-hly experienced miller.  Ask  for  our  Flour, and  keep  the  money  in  the  district.  *oms��+*&>b<b*&*  The Okanagan Flour Milts Co., Ltd.  Armstrong, B.C.  >  SHAVING PARLOR.  Government Street, GREEnwooD.  Hot and Cold Baths at all hours of the day.  Ladies and Children's Hair-cutting* a specialty  Anaconda Commercial Club.  MEETS in Wilson's Hall, Anaconda, every  Wednesday evening- at 7.30 o'clock. The  Secretar\; will be g*lad to answer enquiries respecting- the Boundary Creek district.  Thos. J. Hardy, F.J.Miller,  President. Secretarv.  1  %  a  i-'VCj/  ft?*!  It, "J"'"    ���    ���*  x - ��� **>);  H-*  I- ���'  ffi<��g>Tiflfg,aMK��ffi^J.lt.M  ;v ��� M  .1*  m  If  , ��� I if  ���x<  1  -.����  1  ��� ��� ���"&  %  ��� %  '���".'.". f-?V:'  ���'Ii  .$$  *>$  -      <-!  ��� .':;,'r*  ��� ��� .!:������'  is  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  CELEBRATION   NOTES.  An act of gracious courtesy which  was performed in connection with the  drilling contest was loudly applauded  by the spectators. In his excitement  Al. Eynch, while making a change,  threw his hammer off the boulder. Instantly half-a-dozen of his friends  offered to take it to him but the crowd  objected. Then Dennis Clune, one of  his opponents, came out from the crowd  and placed the hammer on the boulder.  The spectators verj- properly applauded the man, who showed that he could  be a gentleman even in defeat.  The fronts of many of the hotels and;  stores were decorated with evergreens.  All the flagstaffs in the to\vn supported  Union Jacks, which varied in size from  Rendell & Co.'s mammoth one to A. S.  BiackV: insignificant pennant.  A dusky individual bearing the name  of Gfpttfriedson was the luckiest man  of the day. : He won on the liorse ra%es  and on nearly all the athletic sports.  He .o-athered in several dollars iri a  very funny way : After the -first man  put the stone, Gottfriedson shouted  " That's no throw ; I bet I can do better than that myself." He got several  takers, and soon about $30 was posted  against Gottfriedson's ability to put  the- stone. Gottfriedson was betting on  a sure thing for he quietly put the  stone about four feet further than the  first contestant and pocketed the nioney  with the remark, "I am a bit of an  athlete myself."  Police officer Elkins enjoyed his holiday as there was no disorder of any  kind.  MINING   NOTES.  A highly satisfactory strike has been  made on the Anaconda claim, situated  in .'Deadwood camp and owned by E. A.  Bielenburg. A fine bod3^ of high grade  copper ore has* been uncovered at the  south end-of the property. Two assays  of this ore have been made, one giving  16 3-10 per cent, in copper and the  other 10 9-10 per cent. The ore also  runs over four ounces in silver. From  this it will be seen that the hig*hest assay in copper alone is worth nearly $40  to the ton..  The rush to the district surrounding  the West Fork of Kettle river still continues. Prospectors are g*oiug there  every��day and many, claims have been  located during the past week.  Mrs. Bell,   Mrs. Smailes' mother   arrived from Duncan's on Tuesdav.  _Gid. R. Propper went over to the  North Fork on Friday to look after the  properties owned by the recently deceased prospector, "Captain" Carter.  Mr. Lewis Hind, of the Anaconda  Townsite Co., has been appointed local  ticket agent for the C. P. R.  Tom Walsh has purchased the building adjoining the International hotel  on Copper street. A store front is  being placed in the building, which  will be rented immediately.  Mrs. McCuaig appeared before Judge  Spinks at Osoyoos on Friday to answer to the charge of shooting her husband with intent to do grievous bodily  harm. The husband not appearing  against her, Mr. J. A. Aikman, who  appeared for the crown, entered a nolle  prosequi. Mr. J. P. McEeod defended  Mrs. McCuaig. At the same court C.  Burns was sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment for house-breaking.  I-H.&  PEOPLE   TALK  of the low  prices  and the excellent quality of the Staple Slid  Fancy Groceries sold at the" White Front  Store 'Y Remember the old adages" Where  there is Smoke there must be some Fire/*  Be prepared for a drop in the price of  4*     4*     4*  The Friends of the Prospector I  ^lUiliiiiiililiiilililliiiiiliaiililUiiiiiiliUiiiUlUilliilllliUI>f  CONTRACTOR &   BUILDER,  Government Street, Greenwood, B.C.  Mi.  ���an?*      "!)f.c      let  a>��-  ���:  Store Fronts and Fixtures a Specialty  cr-?i  mm??m?m???m?m?m??m?mmm??????mmK  n��B0ftw>i^BWdnars��M'-*infl--ci-f-3*-ii^  MARCUS   ^d   (GREENWOOD  >~9<a>-to<K��-O-4a*-&*OS>."h<9*-&*a*G^&>-9*i9*^h40>.&*9>-a-<9  LINE.  i A. 9>9~iSl>-9~i9>9<8>-��<9>0��S*-9'i  STAGE  Leaves  Marcus    Mondaj-s  and  Thursdays  at 1 p.m.  Arrives  Greenwood............  Tuesdays  and  Fridaj-.s at 5 p.m.  Leaves   Greenwood  Wednesday  and  Saturday at 7 a.m.  Arrives  Marcus  Thurs'daj-  and  Sunday  at 9 a.m.  Special.   Attention   Given   to   Mail.,   Freight   and   Express  E.   D.   MORRISON,   PROPRIETOR,  '?$ 4* 4* 4*'4* 41 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4s *&*&* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4' 4* 4* 4*3?  ROOKLYN  OUSE  GREENWOOD   CA/^P,   BOUNDARY   CREEK.  -maxuiwjzzxa -  First-class Accommodation.     Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  LIVERY     STABLE     IN      CONNECTION,  Saddle and Pack Horses provided.  -    -    Proprietor.  HENRY NICHOLSON,  ���Qtofarg ($)u8fie, (Btintng Cogent  Mining Negotiations Transacted.  Office .������Camp McKinney.  N-B.���Some    valuable   Mining-    Properties   in  Camp McKiniie3* and vicinity for disposal.  ��� 9  Jewellers and News Dealers,  GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  Watch Repairing a Specialty THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  Boundary Valley   Lodge,  No. 38,* I.O.O.F.  EETS every  Tuesday  Eveiling-   at   8.00   in  their lodg-e room at Greenwood, B.C.   A cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourning'  breth-  len. Thos. Hardy, N.G.  W. J. Hakbek, Rec. Sec.  ttan^2j&s*^MM*b&iA.*-r:Jiait�� *>j.:**t*zr**!:-aKm  MINERAE   ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  .:.-   fi    .-' ".:  'NOTICE.  THE OLD ENGLAND mineral claim, situate on the north fork of Rock creek, in  the Osoyoos mining- division of Yale district.  Where located : Camp McKinne3-.  Take notice that we, Henry Nicholson, free  miner's certificate No. ��� 90,535. and Edward  James, free mi tier's certificate No. 64,195, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining* Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining* a  crown gran t to the above claini.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of iniprovernen ts.  Dated this,23rd day of April, 1897. 34-8  MINERAE   ACT,    1896.-;  Certificate  of Improvements,  Notice.  MOTHER LODE .'mineral claini, situate in  the Kettle River mining division of'Yale-  district.    Where located ; Deadwood camp.  Take  notice that we,  the Boundaiw  Mines  Company, free miner's certificate No. 81,264, intend, sixty daA's froni the date hereof, to apply  ��� to the Mining* Recorder for a certificate of ini- .  prqvements,  for the purpose   of   obtaining- a  Crown grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 7th: day: of'April, 1897. ,    32-8.  MINERAE    ACT,    1896.  Certificate, of   Improvements.  NOTICE.     .  BULLION   Mineral .claim,   situate in    the  '.Os.03-.oos mining- division of Yale district.  Wife re located : -Camp Fairview.  Take notice that'I,; Charles de Blois Green, as  agent for"E. Lv Tate, free miner's'certificate  No. 66,605,.atid A. B. Railton, free miner's cer-~  tificate No. 79,525, and G. F. Lafrenz, free miner's certificate No. 75,857, intend, sixt3- da3-s  from the date hereof, to appl3* to the Mining-  Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for  the purpose of obtainiugva Crown grant of the'  above claini. ���  And further take notice that 'action, under  section 37, must be commenced befer'e, the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 30th Any of March, 1897. 30  TO"OTICE is hereb3* given that with the writ-.  _l_oL ten consent of Shareholders representing  two-thirds of the capital stock of The Bullion  Mining & Milling Company-, Limited Liability,  the head office of said companj-will be.removed  from Greenwood, in. the district of Yale, to  Midvva3*, iu said district, 011 the 21st day of  June next, in accordance with section 41 of the  u Companies Act, 1890."  Greenwood, B.C., May 8th, 1897.  36-  Randolph Stuart,  Secretarv  C. Haas,  President.  *r2wmnm.imaw,wM*,-mwmunkM*&*  HUGH CAMERON, Proprietor.  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Good   Stabling.  ��  Of all kinds and leug-ths.  4 foot wood S2.25 per cord, delivered.  16 to 20 inch S3.00 per dbl. cord       ���  FRITZ   HAUSSENER.  4@T Orders ma3* be left at the Times office.  GRAND  SCENERY. LOW   RATES.  MODEL   ACCOMMODATIONS;  OOEAN     TO     OOEAJSJ  Without chang-e of Cars, via  CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY  &    &  ORTHERN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY.  *�����"���    ��1'*    *?l'*  ���?��*"        ���>!���?        If?  The Fast Line. -Superior Service  ���******v**  HROUGH    TICKETS  LINE  Solid vestibule trains, consisting* of palace  sleeping-cars, luxurious dining* cars, elegant.  da3* coaches, magnificent tourist cars and free  colonist sleepers.  The only Hue running  through  tourist cars  from the coast  TO  ( WINNIPEG, -  < -J. MINNEAPOLIS  ( STl   PAUL,  ( TORONTO,  -! MONTREAL,  .(.'" BOSTON,  WITHOUT  HANGEI  Lowest rates to  and from  I?  Via all Atlantic     ..  Steamship lines  Canadian Pacific Ry. Co.'s  Royal Mail SS. line to Japan aiid China  These twin-screw steamers  are .in.  every" respect superior to anj-; ships that have yet sailed  the   Pacific   ocean.     The   route   is   300  miles-  shorter than via an v other Trans-Patific line.  $'*  tie  "/if  Canadian-Australian Steamer Eine  ���TO���  Honolulu, Fiji and Australia.  - The shortest line ,to the Colonies. , These  steamers cari*3' an '.experienced medical man  and a stewardess 011 every vo\*age.  For time tables, pamphlets, or  any  information, call on or address  H. S. SCADDING,  Agen t,  PENTICTON  -ir-fOTTM-'-rirT'-'T-r-^T^^  GEO. McL. BROWN  Dist. Pass. Agent,  VANCOUVER.  To all points in the United States  arid Canada.  Direct   connection     with   the  Spokane Falls & Northern Ry,  Trains Depart from Spokane:  0 No. 1, West bound   ........   8:25 p.m.  No. 2, East bound   ........    7:00 a.m.  TICKETS TO JftPflN AND CHINA  Via Tacoma & Northern Pacific SS. Co.  ������Aife"   &*������- ���#*���  ?ip      ">ie   .  fie  For information, time car&s, maps and  tickets, apply to Ag-ents of  ,.;..:��� the ���.S:-F/;&:N,',or  r; d. gibes,  General Agent,  Spokane, YVash.   OR   ,  A. D. CHARLTON,  Northern Pacific Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent  225 Morrison St., Cor. of Third,  Portland, Oregon.  *V��-    aV*    &V-"-  lie      "'ii?      tie  Write  for  new   Map   of   the  Kootenay   country,  **-- ��� <>+���  MINERA.E   APT,    1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  ,C  o --.  NOTICE. -1  JEWEL Mineral Claim, situate iu the Kettle  - River   mining   division of  Yale district..  Where located : Long Lake camp.  '���' Tajce notice that I, Leslie Hill, as agent, for'  ��� F. Diitmer, free miner's certificate No. 81,118,  L. Bosshart, free miner's certificate No. 87,597,  Mar3* Garland, free miner's certificate No. 70,289  intend, sixty days'from the date hereof, to a.p-  ply to the Mining Recorder for a certificate of  improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  crown grant to the above claim.  And further  take notice that action,  under  section 37, must be commenced before  the issuance of such certificate of improvement.  Dated this 27th day of March, 1897. ��� " '        30  MINERAE   ACT,   1896.  ..Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  DENERO GRANDE Mineral claim, situate  in the Kettle River mining division of  Y"ale district. Where located: Long Lake  camp.  Take notice that I, Leslie Hill, as agent for  F. A. Shonquest, free miner's certificate No.  68,420, and Mary McArthur, free miner's certificate No. 87,402, intend, sixt3- da3-s from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  certi ficate of improvements, tor the purpose of  obtaining a crown grant of the above claini.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 27th day of March, 1897. 30  'he Greenwood Book Store.  ���fc-  lOLUiVSBIA 1 LOURING MILLS GO.  ENDERBY   and   VERNON.  Trade Mark  Red Stak.  \n  Makers of Flour pronounced b%- experts to be  the best made on the Pacific. Coast.  HUNGARIAN .  XXX STAR  STRONG BAKERS  GRAHAM  Bran Shorts Chop Etc  sJfe.  lie  i>-&<at*OM&>-o^o*��**i)>>-o*t(i*-&*4a^f>*!8��-o-4&>-o*<B**a-<ia*~G��s  Next door to McKague's Barber Shop.  The best brands of Cigars,  Cigarettes and Tobaccos ,,  SC  Fancy Goods & Stationery  NOTICE is hereby given that 60 days afterdate I intend applying to the Honourable  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  for permission to purchase the following tract  of land, viz. : Commencing at the norih-west  corner of the Twin mineral claim, iu Skylark  camp, and running thence east  thence running north 20 chains ;  20 chains ; thence south 40 chains ;  40 chains ; thence north 20 chains  commencement, comprising 120 acres or less,  known as lot 663, tp. 79, Oso3*oos division of  Yale district. OTTO   DILLIER.  Greenwood, B.C., May 15th, 1897. 37-8  20 chains ;  thence east  thence west  to  point of  !   7'      '  ;J!^iMgW&MBM��r&��^^ i    V  ^Sv-fs-  '���;'"/ -'-..!".-'-.'- 7';'-'--'-i^-yvf^.zr  f   >  |IIIHUIIB|--J��IIIIIIUIIIII��lllllllC-BltlllllllO!!ll!tHIII  ^trustees:  G.   ARTHUR   RENDELL i.^.^ President,  D. A.   HOLBROOK  -���--,--'--   - - Manager.  E. J A COHS  Secretary and Treasurer, Pro Tern.  "BANK  OF {MONTREAL,  VERNON,   B.C.  Capitalisation, 1,500,000 Shares.     :^^.- :,; 700,000 Shares.  Tar value, $1.00.     Fully"paid and non-assessable.  Incorporated October 21st, 1896, under  the  British " Companies  Act" and amending Acts.  The Company s properties are fully paid for.  ! u  ', *  ���      V .*,.'^f-'-,^'.>';ViiiA.^f-  :\.:.yvg;'y!i;Sf|;||;  ^.^:;'"^||;��||'lips  :^W^$MI$  :���.���. -'r';,;;,.;Vf;'i>'',.>;^^.',,.  ;'IMi  Plags denote the Company > grou^ or  iwovo v^i..^.  <^0HE PROPERTIES of the Company consist, of Twelve claims lying in a group and named as follows : The  W "^ed D," -S.H.B.," -BigLedge." -D. A.," -O.B.," �� S. F.," " G. A. R.,"J. A. C.," �� P. H "  "C S &H.," "Prospective," and " E. C. B.," fully shown:'and explained in the Map Plan. They are, with  the exception of two,* all full claims, 1,500 feet by 1,500 feet in size, giving a surface area of about 400 acres. Lying  as they do on a steep sloping hill, they offer unusually good facilities for drainage and for rapid and economica  development by main working tunnels driven in from the base of the hill. These are some of the first principal  locations made on Boundary Creek.  Active  development  work  has  been  going on   since  the  incorporation   of  the  Company,   October  21st, 1896.  Mead Oeice  GREENWOOD CITY.  B.C.  -4|-��       -^-*  '/' s'"  Attention   is  particularly   called  to  the  large  amount   [700,000  shares]   of  stock  put  into  the  Treasury,  and  that  all  the  properties  are  fully   paid   for.  Write   for   Prospectus   and   Plan.G--���-a**����-^ ^il^li^^�����<^l��wawllw^�����^lKl^^lJHlB^^1^M���  "it tttf 1-nnwWff-aqHWM'TW* if rum  7  ^iiiiiliiiiUiiUliillillilliiUiliiTiiUiiiiUiUiUiUUiiiUiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiUiiilUiiiiliii^  ��  K*~ '*    , t'  l\V  ( "���  I.'  3,  :-'.s>. 't'J;  s  r  While other people are kicking about Slowness  of Trade, we have got to say that we are more than  satisfied with the; improvement in ours* We have been  busy  in  all  departments,  and particularly  so  in  the  DRY    GOODS.  The reason is not far to seek* Our Prices are right  and we carry the largest and best selected stock in  this  part  of the  country.  Ladies' Blouses, Shirt Waists, Hygeian  Vests, Dress Goods in lengths, Black and  colored Cashmeres, Prints, Seersuckers,  Lawns, Muslins, Art Muslins, Ribbons,  Silks, Gloves, Corsets, Quilts,  Sheetings,  etc,  etc,  S  ee our s  apetic Corsets, made  Magnetized'-' Steel; -   Greenwood and Boundary Falls.  \.v  v-       *     t  '$  pa  tew  V    ?.  SJJff^-^jyS^^  aansHtei  *�����*��  ���33-gggasa-fflasE5^^ >;i u m utoxjuvwt&unsrvzmsti  7p#k^yttm/vitvrp  "j+lKr ,


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