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Array ti���nvuiTKnmr~tirmr���wm  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2 8,1896  inin$ Jfournaf  9  '�� v�� py  mmmimmmimmmmimimimimmimmiimmmiiiim  - >�������> a +oo>*+e>*9+  ��4��MM��  ^J  Is the central town and supply point of the  Boundary Greek mining camps, From this  new  town   roads   lead  to   the  |:.,Vy?'  LONG   LAKE,  DEADWOOD,  SUMMIir.^-:/:l\/^  SKYLARK,  -^A^tfi 9  WELLINGTONtlb SiTic^MPS  Lots  are  selling  freely  and  are  a  good  investment   J3C.: J^-  For price of Lots and other information, address  9  Greenwood City, Boundary Creelt, BX.  Or apply to the Agents j  C.  F.  COSTERTON,  Vernon,  B.C.  A.  K.  STUART. Vancouver  ??**���  k  $  u A Weekly Paper published in the interests ot the Boundary Creek Mining District.  Vol L  GREENWOOD CITY, B.C., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1896.  No. 12.  COMING   TO   THE   FRONT.  Camp McKinney Now Attracting Attention���A Season of.  Prosperity will Shortly Dawn   upon   this   Long-  Enduring  Mining   Camp���Description  of  Some  of   the   Chief   Claims.  Camp McKinney is situated on the eastern slope of the  range of mountains dividing the Kettle river and Okanagan  valleys, at an elevation of some 4,500-feet above sea level,  and forms one of the series of mining camps extending  from the Rockies to the Cascades ; in that mineral belt  which so closely follows the 49th parallel, comprising the  mining camps of East Kootenay, Trail, - Rossland, Grand  Forks, Boundary Creek, Fairview and the Similkameen  district.  In the spring of '87  Messrs.   Rice,   McKinney,   Burnham  and I^efevre left Spokane to prospect for quartz   in   British  Columbia, choosing Rock creek as their field  of  operation.  Following up that creek some 12  miles,   they  came  to  the  Victoria claim, which had been located in-1884 ; the   indications for mineral being encouraging, they pushed  on  some  2,000 feet higher up the mountain  and  camped   on  what is  now the famous Cariboo claim.    At that season of the year  the mountains were still covered with   the  winter's   snows,  making prospecting almost  impossible  except   upon  some  exposed "ridges from which the wind had  swept  the  snow,  andfit was upon such a place the croppings  of  the  Cariboo  were discovered, close "to  where  the  camp  fire  had  been  built.    A very little work soon revealed the richness of  the  vein, and Messrs. Rice and McKinney located  the  Cariboo  while Messrs. Burnham and L/efevre staked  the  adjoining  claim, the Amelia, on the 3rd of .'May, 1887.    Though there  were comparatively few prospectors in the  country   at  the  time, the news of the new strike  quickly  spread  and  soon  some thirty or forty prospectors  were  camped  around the  lucky discoverers ;   claims w^ere   staked   in   all  directions,  everyone believing- he had a bonanza, each new-comer having the privilege of a look at Fred. Rice's cabinet, which he  kept in a cigar box, and a sight  of  those   specimens,   with  the quartz literally hanging to  the  g-old,   would  make  the  most skeptical believe there was nothing- like being a miner  and no place like Camp McKinney���which, by the/way, was  so named in honor of Al. McKinney.    In spite of  the  difficulties of transportation and consequent high prices of provisions, prospecting and development work was carried on  vigorously during 1887, not only the Cariboo   and  Amelia,  but several of the adjoining and outlying  claims   showing  up remarkably rich ; but by '88 many of the  claim  owners  had to face the hard problem which   has  been   and  always  will be, to the majority  of  prospectors,   a  difficult  one  to  solve, viz., the want of capital.    Quartz mining in B.C. was  at that time at low water mark ; it was next  to  impossible  to induce capital to invest; the camp was practically  inaccessible, all supplies being packed in over a mountain trail,  and a mail service once a month. Under such circumstances  it is not surprising- that the  majority   of  the   miners  were  compelled to abandon their properties, however unwillingly,  and seek more favored localities.  Mr. James Monaghan, of Spokane, and associates, having  purchased the Cariboo and Amelia from the original owners, determined to put up a mill on the property and thoroughly test it, and on April 24th, 1894, a ten-stamp mill  which had been hauled in under great difficulties, commenced running���and is still running���on the Cariboo  claim, only having- stopped for the necessarj^ clean-ups,  etc., making it the record mill of the Province; and what  is still better, has paid from the first  drop  of  the  stamps.  The property is now owned by the Cariboo M. & M. Co., of  which Mr. J. Monaghan is president and Mr. G. B. Mc-  Auley secretary-treasurer, and is one of the best���if not the  best���free-gold producing mine in B.C. The 140-foot level  is now being worked, but preparations have been made to  work the 200-foot level where the vein in places is 11 feet  wide and the sulphuret ore appears to be richer. The total  output of the mine foots up close upon a quarter of a miliion  dollars.  The Eureka, better known as the  Douglas mine, situated  about 800 yards west of the -Cariboo,   was  located  by  Mr.  John Douglas in 1887,.has a- shaft   153  feet  in  depth,   and  cross-cuts 100 feet and 75 feet, displaying a big body of ore.  Mr. Douglas, who was connected with a  New  York  syndicate in the enterprise, expended a very large sum of money  on the property, under the most adverse circumstances.   As  an instance: He had to make several miles of road to bring  in proper  hoisting  machinery ; and  though  for  over  two  years he stuck pluckily to. the development of his  property,  it is not surprising that he should have accepted the  advice  of one of his partners, " that life was  too  short  to  operate  in such a county."    Between the Eureka and  the  Cariboo  are situated the Maple I^eaf, owned by  Mr.   J.   lyynch,   on  which is a 45-foot shaft, and the Alice and  Emma  (consolidated), on<which is a 63-foot  shaft.   The  character  of  the  ore on these claims is similar to the Cariboo  but  of  a  less  degree" of richness.    Some 300 yards south-west of the Cariboo is the Sailor, formerly known as the  Prince  of  Wales.  This claim has been recently bonded to Toronto  and  Vancouver parties.    It has a very strong vein  which  has  been  opened up about 500 feet, assays from the shaft giving from  $8.00 to $58'in gold.    A little" west of the  Eureka is the Dol-  jphin, on which is a tunnel 50 feet and  two  shafts,   the  ore  going from $13 to $40 in  gold.    Still   further  west,   in  the  granite, is the old Bouncer claim, now known as the  Anarchist, owned by Mr. Sidley ; a 60-foot shaft has been  sunk,  showing wonderfully clear walls ; the vein is nearly six feet  wide at the bottom of the shaft and assays from $9  to $13.  Immediately to the south of the Cariboo is the  Minnehaha,  with a 40-foot shaft, showing some very good ore:    Joining  the Amelia on the east is  one  of  the  early  locations,   the  Okanagan, and half-a-mile still further in  the  same direction is another, the Fontenoy, formerly the Carbonate, situated in the lime belt ; an 80-foot shaft on this claim gives a  splendid showing of mineral.  Mention should be made of the north-west portion of the  camp. Three miles in that direction from the Cariboo are  situated the Highland Chief, Hidden Treasure, G. M. B.,  Rosebud, Mayflower, Alma, the old L,ost Mine and several  other properties. This section offers the best field for the  prospector, the mineral area being very extensive and surface showings indicating large bodies of ore.  About 3*4 miles east of the Cariboo and 2,000 feet lower  down, is situated the old Victoria mine, the first location  made in the district having- been recorded in '84. The character of the country rock is somewhat different, being- a  talcose schist, while the upper camp is slate. The Victoria  was always known to contain very rich ore, two test samples of 1,000 lbs. and 1,200 lbs. being some few years ag-p  sent to Chicago and assaying $187 and $168 to the ton, and  picked specimens going as high as $2,700 to the ton. The  property has been recently acquired by Victoria parties and  under the superintendence of Mr. Bash work is being pushed  ahead. Already two tuunels have been started, one being  in some 50 feet, so that by the coming- spring the property  should be thoroughly exploited. Adjoining the Victoria is  the Old England, on the same vein ; in fact there are three  veins running through this claim ; on  the  centre  or  main THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  vein a 75-foot  incline  shaft  has  been  sunk and the big-ore body tapped, while  a'90-foot, tunnel has been run to cut the  west vein.    It is  the  intention  of  the  owners this winter to run   a .tunnel in  the centre vein with a view to   stdping-  ���   the ore.    The Homestake is  an  extension   of the  Old  Eng'lantd,   the   same  veins being- traced through the  claim,  - the centre one being tapped by   a  tunnel. In addition to the foregoing, there  are a number of locations in the vicinity, such as the Ophir;  Snowden, California, Queen, Peerless, etc.,   showing  the presence of large bodies of .���������mineral.'  During the present season considerable prospecting has been done between  the two forks of Rock creek, some four  or five miles south-east  of  Camp  McKinney, ' with   most   encouraging- results, Messrs. Copeland  and  Gwatkin  having- struck, a splendid body  of   copper ore running, from $25 oo $55 in copper,   silver   and   gold.      Their   shaft,  which at present is about  20 feet deep,  is in solid mineral and it is their intention to put it down 100 feet this winter.  They have named their claims the  Ee  Roi and War  Eagle.    As  may  be  assumed, this discovery led to  the  location of a number of claims in the vicinity.    Another strike  was  made   about  four miles north-east of McKinney last  summer by Mr. Brethour, representing  Victoria people, though sufficient work  has not  yet  been  done  to  prove  the  value of the  new  find.    The  showing  on Alex. Cameron's claim, the  Gamer-  onian, is most  encouraging,   however,  and indicates the presence  of   a  large  and extensive body of  mineral.    Con-  siderable work is necesary to  develope  the properties in this  section, the mineral being all heavily capped. ,  In viewing the possibilities of Camp  McKinnej'- one is led to believe   that it  was  somewhat  unfortunate  in   being  discovered at the  early  date  it  was.  Had the  discovery  taken  place,   say,  within the last two or even three years  claims which are now idle would be in  full blast,   the  altered   conditions   of  quartz niining  would  have  compelled  the development of such bodies of mineral as are to be found in   the  vicinity  of this camp.    It is much more difficult  to make intending investors believe in  the merits of a claim when gazing into'  an old shaft  half  full  of  water  than  when looking at a brand new, prospect  hole.    Resuscitation is a slow  process, -  but   time  and  the  much-talked-about  railway will undoubtedly place  Camp  McKinney where  she  belongs���in>the  front rank of gold mining  camps.    A  good axiom in   niining   is  to  seek  for  gold where  that  metal  is  being  produced, and  to-day   there  is  no  better  field either for  prospector  or  investor  than old Camp McKinney and its surrounding mountains.  f  Fruit # Vegetables  Copper   Street,   Greenwood   City.  Some magnificent Apples, and a large supply  of Potatoes, Cabbage, Pat-snips, Carrots,  Turnips, etc., etc., on hand.  ES.C*.  f'r~      ftr"      f'r~  Patronize home industry and the only co-operative Flour Mill in the  Province by using- our :.*=������-'���  XXX  Our Mill is fitted throughout with  the latest improved machinery  and is in  charge of a thoroughly experienced miller.  Ask  for  our  Flour  and  keep  the  money  in  the  district. ��  ��>�����*��������-<��>*"����������������  The Ohnagan Flour Mills Go, Ltd,  Armstrong, B.C.  i.e....  v,aa**m���rw=znmi.t.i*AU.rjrj-B.*UL."imxl'lu  %*k 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* *&<&$?4* 4* 4* 4* 4* ^ ^ ^^ 4^ ^k  ~r htttcvc-iivt�����������.-*.   jg ONE of thebest remedies for Coughs,  Colds, Bronchitis* Hoarseness, etc, etc. It  *  ������  .*���  tussine;  TUSSINE  TUSSINE  TUSSINE  TUSSINE  TUSSINE  TUSSINE  ���TUSSINE  TUSSINE  TUSSINE  TUSSINE  TUSSINE  TUSSINE  TUSSINE  l  A  9  V  ���  A  u  r  %  A  I  A  o  I  A '  e  I  &  A  O  ��� Y"  a  A  . e  r  1  ��  $  A  ?  I  M  -  I  A .  ��  ���T  ��  A.  soothes the inflamed membrane and ptok  motes expectoration of irritating phlegm,  eases coughing, and breaks up feverish  colds when taken in an early stage.  As a Goug-h Remedy it is invaluable and should always?be at  hand at this season of the year, especially when the weather, is so  changeable.and persons are subject to more or less exposure to  variable temperatures ; it is the easiest thing in the world to  " catch a cold." Take it in time and ward-.off-tho.se many chronic  complications Which arise from neglecting nature's-warnings.-'.-  Ask your, Druggist for a Bottle.  Sold at50c. and $1.00 each.  :�����^��-  *  a9   ....::���:  -*~���" Greenwood Citv, B.C.  &�� *M* w* w* i&* eM* *��* <sM& Jjrj> ��^�� s^* ��>������ a^U bM* <J$L J&�� tMa *&* e|<'t|i4i <Ma tM* tM* <M* w<> J^  W.  B  -Importer of and Dealer in-  ��� COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  Louis Blue.  I  A. R. Tillman.  IVIIL.LS     AND     YARDS     AT  Greenwood City    Htf    Anaconda* :RQ  Manufacturers of Rough aud Dressed  Shingles* Lath* Mouldings* Sash and Doors.  ��-�������    *�������    aV*-  fi&        fiS       fiS  7a-      fir  ALL KINDS OF FACTORY WORK MADE TO ORDER  Lumber delivered to any place in the City or to Mining Camps  I  '$  &�����  m  ft  �����*#  fa  C'Tij (  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  Ig ^  iai  i ^���MM..^^ij��i!i;iJajBjj��.^.<gf3na5��.ia��'gBafcJM;wmuii..  ANACONDA   COMMERCIAL   CLUB.  A special meeting- of  the  Anaconda  Commercial Club was held last Saturday, about 20 members being-  present.  The   meeting-   was:called   to   appoint-  trustees and to  consider  the proposal  from Messrs. Tillman  and  Wilson  of  the rental of their,hall.   The president,  '.,  vice-president and secretary were electr  ed, with Messrs. Keffer, Tillman, JLind  and Birnie to constitute  the board  of  trustees and to deal with alljiiatters of  finance.���The reg-ular meeting-  of  the  society was held on Wednesda3r' evening-, the president  in   the  chair.    Mr.  Hind presented the report of  the  committee on the No. 7 road  construction,  showing; that the equivalent of ninety-  two days work   had  been required  to  open  the  route.    On '.motion   of   Mr.  Bennett the report   was  accepted   and  referred to the trustees.  ���/������ In   reply   to   a   question  Mr.   Hind  ,.. stated that he had .drawn the plans ,for  the proposed  bfidg-e  across  Boundary  . creek leading-froni Butte Avenue. The  bridg-e would be sixteen feet wide, and  he thoug-ht, would be creditable to  the  town.    The   contract   to   the builders  had already been let/  .Moved by Mr. Miller, seconded by  Mr. Hickey,'that a standing- vote of  thanks be tendered the Townsite Company for the promptitude with which  this sug-g-estion of the Club had been  responded, to.���Carried.  Mr. Keffer, as chairman of the committee appointed to confer with the  owners of the Wilson hall with reg-ard  to the terms of lease, reported that the  hall could be leased for six months at  Monthly rental of twenty dollars.  Moved by Mr. Miller, seconded, by  Mr. Sawder, that the report of the  committee be accepted.���Carried.  Mr. Hind oh behalf of the Townsite  Company offered the lease of an unoccupied inside lot for six months commencing- from December 1st, at a nominal fig-ure of $1 per month, g-iving- the  option of purchase at present current*  prices of lots, as an inducement to the  first blacksmith locating- in the town.  The following- applications for membership were received : J. Bloug-h, M.  Kaj', J. M. Mitchell,8 and H. M. I*am-b.  Moved by Mr. Hind, seconded bjr Mr.  Land, that provision be made to allow  persons residing- outside of a radius of  15 miles from Anaconda the privileg-e  of joining- the club as non-resident  members on payment of 50c. a month  or   $6   per   annum.     No  non-resident  ���member to be eligible  +-,  or  office or  to  at  the  club  have the power of voting-  meeting's.���Carried.  Mr. Keffer moved that a pamphlet  descriptive of the district, taking- Anaconda as the centre, be published by  the club. After the matter had been  discussed at some leng-th, the president  appointed Messrs. Keffer, . Hind and  Bennett, with Mr. L/anib, as a committee to report on the cost of printing- a  pamphlet of so many pag-es, at the  next: reg-ular meeting.  The contract for the buiiding- of the  bridg-e across Boundary creek at Anaconda has been let to Mark Kay and  John Bloug-h.  The new road to the No. 7 was completed on Monday and is a very satisfactory piece of work.  Crosscutting-on the No.   7 is  being-  to  run at the rate of twenty feet per week.  prU-*l \&�� \d/" \A/' ^a/" \&/~ \^X Xi/^ \6/' \A/' \&f \&f XS/" \&f \&f  <jgv       wgv ���    wgv       w^       ugw       yy*       yft>>       ug^       *tgy      <j$*      %^       gfw       ugv       ��$y '  W.    <J.    ARMSTRONG. L.     Y.  WJhs  M  -DEALERS   IN-  Hardware, Paints and Oils/ Sash and  f'r~.    ,%V./   f'r~  Agents for Cliatliam Wagons and Sleiglis,-fiest in America.  One  of the  best dabbing Shops  in  the  Interior.  yo<B^0<ty0^e^9^9>9<9^O^*>-9^9^9^��'9^9^9Mm>-0-<9>'9<9^9<9>-9^0>-0<0>O<e>-��<9^e^9>-9^0>-a-<9P-9'49P-9<9  **&*  Hardware        Granite ware  Cook Stoves      Wooden ware  Parlor and Box Stoves  Miners' Camp Stoves  Tinware  Silverware  Glassware  Window Glass,  Iron Pipe and Fittings       Cutlery  Crockeryware and House Furnishings  Y        MINERS' SUPPLIES A Sre^  You will find the A. & B. brand of gfodds tlie best.  The Hardware, Tin and Stove Men,  .-..'.������.     ANACONDA,  \f  ��4*  wgb>  isssasssvs^srsssc  z2sssxs3X^s^!ssBs3asr!s^exssifa^^a^j^^^^^9'^^sa^s!Ee^?aassPn  Greenwood City* Boundary Creek, B,C,  fir  fir"  We are prepared to welcome Guests and provide g-ood accommodation.  Headquarters for Mining-Men.        Best of Wines, lyiquors and Cig-ars.   IyivKRY Stable in connection.-   fir  '��&'  fir  JLSON & C  fir  V  rietofs,  *znttx?&^izvK&&x^zzv2eS33ag^^  FlRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION.     GOOD  STABLING..    STOPPING PLACE EOR STAGES.  ��� McAULEY���& LUNDY, Proprietor  ��*s,  ?rssTg3i^i^^a^TSEicaesrogaifl.'asrar:f'ggawu mifliiMiami.'Wf ass  E ?  ANACONDA,   B,G  1M.   TMOLL  PROPRIETOR.  In every respect a Comfortable and Well-appointed House.  .Livery Stable in connection.  9RCTKaBS3!CBE3&SEZ��Xa  rcuEaaxaenranu&GjEeaanttgccjsrirazrATXESro  Miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiai  Ittlimmimilltillimimilkllim  ~~*sz&  -~~^x&  ~^*my  THE BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL  BOUNDARY    FAI^IyS,    B.C.  jr.     a.     WHITE -'    ��� PROPRIETOR.  Centrally Located.    Stopping- place for Stag-e Lines.    No trouble or expense spared  to make Guests comfortable.  ��V���  ����"���  Strictly First-class and Charg-es Moderate.  Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  Good Stabling.  mmmmwmw  ??????????????????  [s^S THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES;  PUBLISHERS'   NOTICE.  The Boundary Creek Times is published  every Saturday morning in time for the  out-going mails, and will be sent to any address in Canadaor the States, post free, for  $2.00 per year, in advance. If; sent to the  Old Country, 50c. mnst be added for postage  Advertising? Rates are as follows : One inch  $2.00 per mouth ; two inches, $2.25 ; three  inches, $3.00 ; six inches, S5.00 per month,  larger space at a proportionate rate. Legal  notices, 10c. and Sc. per line. Licenses, laud  and mineral notices, $5.00. No advertisement inserted for less than $1.00, and no  ���' quack "��� or patent remedj' ads. accepted at  any.'price.  Job Printing at reasonable rates. Accounts  for job printing and' advertising payable  'on..the 1st of. every month.  Letters to the Editor will oul3r be printed  over the name of the writer.  Address all communications to  The Boundary Creek Times,  .   ,. - . Greenwood Cit\', B.C.  HAROLD M.   LAMS  W.   J.    HARBER   ��� ��� EDITOR  ��� MANAGER  Subscription, $2.00 per Year, in Advance.  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1896.  TOPICS FOR THE WEEK-  Mr. Heinze is, we learnv advertising-  for tenders for the construction of three  sections of  the   Columbia  &  Western,  road.   The cost of advertising- to a man  of wealth like Mr. Heinze is a mere detail and therefore this  move  in  itself  cannot be reg-arded in   a  very sig-nifi-  1 cant lig-ht.    Ere, however, the  provincial   house  meets,   the  tenderers   will  have submitted their fig-tires and Heinze  will thus  be able to show whether, to  use a colloquial but expressive phrase,  he is" bluffing1 " or not.    The government's treatment of the companies that  intend applying- for  charters  to  build  railroads   throug-h    this    district   will  doubtless greatly depend  on  Heinze's  movements during- the next few weeks,  and   unless   the  public  estimation  of  that g-entleman's  character is  wrong  he is perfectly aware of the  fact.    By-  the-way it is  not   as   yet   ascertained  that Mr. Heinze has paid into the  provincial treasury   the  sum   of   $50,000,  which according-   to   the   terms   upon  which he obtained his charter and land  subsidy, he was oblig-ed to deposit  before the 17th  of   October.    If   he   has  not, it will be for  the  Government  to  determine   -whether   or not  he  is  entitled'to a renewal of his charter.  A correspondent draws attention in  this issue of The Times to the practice  resorted to , by certain' company promoters in Fairview, viz., paying- a man  so much a day to stake what must be  under the circumstances, unless by the  merest fluke, absolutely worthless  ground, to be doubtless described in a  forthcoming- prospectus as valuable  mining property. There is apparently  no way of preventing- this kind of  swindling-. If, however, the government would appoint a staff of mining  inspectors in connection with that excellent institution the Bureau of Mines,  under Prof. Carlyle, much could be  done to put a too-confiding- public on  its guard ag-ainst fraudulent schemes.  Each district would have a resident inspector whose special duty it would be  to report on claims that were to be put  on the market by stock companies. If  this report was published in the prospectus of the company owning-, such  property, the public could at least be  satisfied���providing- the government  official was honest���that the facts were  not exaggerated. On the other hand,  failure to publish the official report  could be regarded as prima facie evidence of fraud. Of course the inspector's duties would not be limited to reporting on properties; the inspection  of working mines with a view to ascertaining- that proper precautions were  taken ag-ainst the occurrence of accidents, would be among- the more important of the functions required of  such an official.  The proposal to institute a Board of  Trade in Boundary has been discussed  for some weeks past, but from information which has been recently received  it is found that for several reasons the  original project cannot for the time  being- be effected. . A meeting is, however, called for Thursday evening- next  (December 3rd), for the purpose, of disr  cussing the practicability of organizing- an association in the interests of  trade and the mining- industry in Boundary Creek. This association will ultimately evolve itself into a district  Board of Trade. It is to be hoped that  the meeting- will be well attended.  It is decidedly to the interest ot the  miners of Boundary creek not to delay  the org-anization of a local branch of  the Union until the last moment., Had  the Rossland branch been established  a few months earlier, the three and a  half dollars a day wage would thereafter have been paid without question  by mine-owners.  p^ORBES   M.   KERBY,  Assoc. Mem. Can. Soc. Civil Engineers,  AND CIVIL ENGINEER,  '-- Qtofttr^ (pUfiflC-��� MIDWAY,    B.C.  T   P. McLEOD,  Barrister and Solicitor.  c Anaconda, B. C.  H.   HALLETT,  $5<xtt\Btttf Jioftctfot,  NOTARY    PUBLIC.  GREENWOOD,   B.O.  G.   A. GUESS, M.A.  H.   A.   GUESS,   M.A.  Assayers & Chemists,  Thoroughly familiar with Boundary Creek  and Okanagan mining districts. Properties  examined, assa3*s and auaVyses of ores, fuels,  furnace'products, etc.  Greenwood, B.C.  Midway, B.C.  ��� >  Jewellers and News Dealers,  GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  Watch Repairing a Specialty  1 SMITH & McLEOD,''  2  A  Proprietors of the  f- VERNON   SAW,  l  i  l  PLANING   AND  MOULDING /niLLSf  Sash and Door Factory at Vernon.  . ���  Saw Mill at Okanagan Lake.  i  A  u  a  I  *  A''  e  X  fir"  I  9  I  *  Owning extensive timber limits on  Mabel iake containing some of the finest  Cedar to be found in the Interior, we  are prepared to fill all orders for Factory work reasonabl3r, expeditiously  and of as good material as can be had  at the Coast or Spokane.  Orders from Boundary Creek and the  Southern Interior solicited.  "������'    ��&���  . ��� fir  9  k  I  i  I  A  m  I  A  8MHB^��M)-<l��'��-��9����<tW<aW^��W'4��MN����8'<���� 9 ��� ��� ���<��>-��-�����  /fining and Estate Brokerage.  BOUNDARY   CREEK  GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  VwisCPBiryi  Assaying and Analysis of Ores.  Mines Examined and Reported on.  A thorough acquaiiitance with the BoUudary  Creek and Kettle River mining districts.  WW.   GIBBS,  ^s.  ANACONDA  B.C.  British Columbia  Investigations  a  Specialty.  }* C> HAASf ".'Eiyx^  Mining Engineer,  Greenwood City, B.C. Spokane, Wash  Mining Properties Examined and Reported on.  Mining Negotiations Transacted.  Correspondence Solicited.  EN DERBY   and   VERNON.  Trade Mark  Red Stak.  Makers of Flour pronounced by experts to be  the best made on the Pacific Coast.  HUNGARIAN  XXX STAR  STRONG BAKERS  GRAHAM  Bran Shorts Chop Etc THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  GREENWOOD AND VICINITY.  Two new building's are being- erected  on Copper street.  Remember, y-ou who " have travelled  to Jericho, "the meeting: to-nig-ht.  "I/es "Woodward,   an   employee  of  the Fashion Lavery Stables, was badly  kicked in the face by a mule  last 'Sat-.  ���   urday. ���������";'���    ..'   "."-       ..::- .;^ \ ���    ''<-,���. '���'  An   extension   to   the  Grand  Forks  townsite is being- surveyed to the west,  in the   direction   of   Mr.   McCallum's  '"���ranch. .' (/    ,. ��� .'//'������  The Boundary Creek  M.   &  M.   Co.  will shortly publish a map showing- the;  situation of their properties  to 'Green--  *'��� wood. .���'.;������'.'' ''.'..- ���'?   .' \'������  Mr. James Sutherland  is  making- a  capital    skating-    rink    on   Bouhdary  creek by  building-  a  dam across'  the  .  stream. ��� "_':'"? ���  Messrs. Snodg-rass & Sons' stable, to  build which money was subscribed by  residents of Greenwood, was completed  on Wednesday.  ���Mr. Munroe opened a fancy g-oods  arid tobacco store on Government street  this week. His stock includes some  particularly excellent brands;of cig-arsj  cig-arettes', and cut tobaccos.  We regret to announce the sudden  death of Georg-e Corbett, a nephew of  Mr. W; A. Corbett, owner of the- I^ake  mine in Skylark camp, which occurred  recently at 'Cheney, Wash. : The deceased left Boundary to vote at the  presidential election and at the time of  his departure was apparently in perfect health. > .-���_;  The interesting- write-up, of Camp  McKihtiey and its surround ing-s which  appears in this issue is from the pen of  Mr. Hy. Nicholson, of that camp���who  is probably better posted on the mineral resources and development between  Boundary and Fairview than any man  in southern Yale. The photo-engraving- which .should have - accompanied  the article has not yet reached us���for  which delay the C.P.R. blockade is no  doubt responsible.  A new map of the Greenwood town-  site has been drawn by; Messrs. Sanson! & Holbrook and is a ��� most creditable production. According- to this  map three new blocks have been added  to the north of the town. On the slope  of the hill fronting- the street that has  been christened Kimberly avenue, a  number of residential lots have been  platted. These lots have a frontag-e of  ISO feet and are 350 feet deep. In this  part of the town the valley " sensibly  widens and the area is sufficiently great  to admit of a population of 5,000 people.  Three new streets have also been laid  out, named respectively Providence,  Brooklyn, and Pass streets, leading- at  rig-ht angles to Government street  from Boundary creek. From the corner of Deadwood street, in a northerly  direction, allowance has been made  for the widening- of Government street  to 70 feet.  UB9mB��raai<n  Dissolution of Partnership,  MOTICE is hereby g-iven, that the partnership heretofore existing- between Frank  Wood and J. W. Nelson, carr\Ting- on business  as hotel-keepers at the Pioneer hotel, Greenwood, B.C., has this da3r been dissolved by mutual consent ; J. J. Caulfield, of Virdeu, Man.,  takes over the interest of Frank Y/ood. All  accounts due the. late firm ma.y be paid either  to Frank Wood or J. W. Nelson, botli of whom  will be responsible for the late firm's debts up  to date. J. W. NEDSON,  FRANK WOOD.  Greenwood, B.C., Nov. 12th, 1S96.  GREENWOOD CITY, B,G  '        G.   E.   SEYMOUR   &   CO.,   Props.  Specially adapted for Commercial Men.    ���:-���    Sfag-es to all parts pass the door.  FlRST-CIvASS  IN EVERY RESPECT.  A\f4''  ' !*&������.     iifs-  ' '    ' '���"  f'r" . f*r~ '��� f'r"   ' ..  Rates from S1.50 to $2,50 per day,  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby g-iven, that application  will be made at the next session of the  Legislative Assembly for the Province of British Columbia for an Act incorporating- a com-,  pany to supply water for domestic, fire, manufacturing-, mining-, milling-, smelting-, reduction,  and other purposes to the inhabitants of Greenwood City, Anaconda, Midway aud Boundary  Falls, in? Yale district, and all extensions of  said tcnyns, and to the inhabitants of the district about the said towns, and to any mines,  mills, manufactories, smelters, reduction, refining- or other works in. the* said' towns- or in  the district or vicinity thereof, and also to produce and supply power and electric lig-ht to the  said towns and the inhabitants thereof, and to  the mines, manufactories, -millsj smelters, reduction, refining-, or other works now or hereafter to be operated in the said towns or. in the  district or vicinity thereof, and also the- rig-ht  to, expropriate lands, and for all or any of the  above purposes to appropriate, take and use the  waters of Boundarj^ creek, Boundary Falls,  Twin creek, X,ind creek, Providence creek, Copper creek, and Eholt creek, and for all other  necessary powers, rig-hts and privileg-es for  carrying- out theabove objects.    ",       ��� '     :  Wilson & Campbeul,-  11-3 Applicants' Solicitors.  JrL  SITTING of the County  Court of Yale  will be holden at  Osoyoos,  B.C., March  13th,  1897.  At the hour of 11 o'clock in the-forenoon.  B3r command.  C.   A.   R.   UMBI.Y,  GovernmentOffi.ee, . r.c.c.  Osoyoos, B.C., Nov. 14th, 1S96.  11  unty Court .Notice,  A SITTING of the County  Court of Yale  will be holden at  Midway, B.C., March 15th, 1897.  At the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon.  B3r command. , '  W.   G.   MCMYNN,   '  Government Office, R.c.c.  Midway, Nov. 14th, 1897. 11  Tlie Osoyoos, Vernon and Kettle River  Mining Divisions of Yale District.  KOTICE is hereby g-iven that all Placer  Claims leg-ally, held in the Osoyoos, Vernon and Kettle River Mining- Divisions of Yale  District are laid over from the 1st November,  1896, to the 1st June, 1897.  (Sig-ned)       C. A. R. LAMBLY,  Gold Commissioner.  Osooyos, B.C., Nov. 1st, 1896.  ONE Small Heating Stove ;   one Rochester  Radiator,  new ;   two  Sacks  Wheat  (for  chicken feed).    Cash or trade.    Enquire at  Boundaky Creek Times Office.  HENRY NICHOLSON,  QXofcttg (J)u0nc, (Jtt-ining (&genf  Mining Negotiations Transacted.  Office .������Camp McKinney.  N.B.���Some   valuable   Mining-    Properties   in  #    Camp McKinney and vicinity for disposal.  Certificate of the  Registration  of a  Foreign  Company.  .'" Companies Act," Part IY, aud Amending-  Acts.  "Combination Mining and Milling Company,"  (Foreig-n).  [Registered the 30th day of October, 1896.]  T HEREBY CERTIFY that I have this day  J- registered the "Combination Mining- aud  Milling- Compaiiy '���' (Foreig-n), under the "Companies Act," Part IV, " Registration of Foreig-n  Companies," and amending1 Acts.  The head office of the said Compaq- is situated at the City of Spokane, iu the State of  Washing-ton, U.S.A.  The objects for which the Company is established are: To bu3*, sell, lease, or otherwise  acquire mineral claims, mines, and mining- property ; to explore, develop, mine, improve, and  operate the same; to sell, mortg-ag-e, lease,  bond, or?otherwise dispose of the same ; to do  any and all thiiig-s whatsoever which the said  "corporation may deem necessary for the development and operation of atry-and- all mineral  claims or mining- property which the said corporation may hereaiter acquire, own or eoutrol;  to construct, maintain and operate trails, roads  or lines of transportation, whether b}r laud or.  water ; to build flumes or ditches, or to acquire  water power and water rig-hts, and to lease or  sell the same ; to erect mills, smelting- or reduction works, for private or public .'use ; in  fact, to carry on a g-eneral mining-, reduction  and smelting- business in allits various departments, in.any of the States and Territories of  the United States, also in the Province of British Columbia.  The capital stock of the said Compau3- is six  hundred thousand dollars, divided into six  hundred thousand shares of the par value of  one dollar each.  Given under my hand and seal of office at  Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this  31st day of October, one thousand eigiit hundred and ninety-six.  [l.s.]       S. Y. WOOTTON,  Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  -Q^3*=9-  Haruess, Saddles,  Boots  and  Shoes  Repaired  with neatness and dispatch.  GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.C.  A.   D.   WORGAN,  (p��otQ$x<xp��tTt  GREENWOOD   CITY.  Views of Greenwood aud  the  Mines  for  Sale. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  MINING NOTES.  The Rambler Mining- Company propose to cut a sleig-h road from Pass  creek to Greenwood.  It is reported that between 150 to 200  men are employed developing- properties on Myers' creek. ^  Georgfe Bdwards, of Edwards' Ferry,  is said to have made a rich strike to the  west of Christina lake, last week.  A tunnel is being- driven to strike the  ledg-e on the   Clifton,   the  property  of  the Coolg-ardie  Mining-   Company   in  Copper camp.  A quarter interest in the Jack Pot,  an extension of the Buttercup in Wel-  ling-ton camp, has been sold. No work  has yet been done on the claim, but  the^surface showing-is remarkable.  A very favorable report on the richness and extent of the mineral deposits  of Boundary has been made by a well-  known German mineralog-ist, Mr. A.  Hamer, who spent several months this  summer in the district. <  Work on the Stemwinder is to be  ���suspended temporarily, fiotwithstandr  ing-that the result of recent development has proved eminently satisfactory. During- Mr. Farrell?.s visit some  few weeks ago, he seriously contemplated erecting-a smelted on the property next spring-.  The Ophir in Welling-ton camp, owned by Joe Taylor, is looking- very well.  It has a twenty inch ledg-e carrying-  native silver and free gold. The shaft  . is now down 25 feet. "Another nearby  property, the Butte, has a most promising- appearance-with two and  a  half  feet of clean ore at the foot  of  the  20  ������ \ - .. . ~ ������.       -      ..'���������������     ?  foot shaft.  Andrew Hansom, who returned on  Saturday from Okanogan, Wash.,  states that mining- activity is reviving-  at Ivoomiston. A few years ag-o Iyoo-  miston had a larg-e population, and a  great excitement followed the discovery  of bodies of free-milling- ore in the  vicinity. Several stamp-mills were  installed, but were in operation than  as development proceeded the ore began to turn base and the!������ mills' were  forced to close down.  At the School of Practical Science  and Mineralog-y in Toronto an assay  was made .last week of some rock from  the Minnehaha claim (Camp McKinney). The samples were estimated by  the students in the laboratory to g-o  from $8 to $12, and much surprise was  manifested when the cupel was taken  from the furnace and the bead shown.  The value was at the rate of $107 in  g-old and $2.51 in silver.  The Colville reservation prospectors  coming- into town for winter, bring- reports that g-o far to justify the claims  of mineral riches that were made before the land was opened to white men.  thoug-h much work must yet be done  before the first promises beg-in to be  fulfilled. Enough has been shown this  season to satisfy everybody that the  great reservation will add much to the  wealth of Washington in the next ten  years. But there is one feature of the  case to be deeply regretted; that the  mineral laws should have permitted  a few greedy fellows to stake out hundreds of claims which they have not  the slightest intention of developing  but which they can hold without one  stroke of work until January 1, 1897.  ���Spokane Chronicle.  There are times when patience ceases to be  a virtue, but we would respectfully ask our  patrons to have patience a little while longer,  The contraction of the currency evidently  forced our Pack  Mules on  a  strike.     The  money question being settled, prosperity will follow all those  who take advantage of the Low Prices of  CLOTHING    and    GROCERIES    at  W_!H-?X'^l U��. ��� '.ajl'��.PVU>^ll.Kl%,U Ji .��.UA-U AWL lJ<JtHUUl*..mt.l.!��m,��WSgT��3  The PIONEE  Livery and Feed  I  A tl L J~l  Greenwood City, B.C.  S't-  ���   ��1'-      *'"*���  ijgi?-        Saddle Horses SI.50 per daj-  Teamiug- at the Shortest Notice.  McKEE /&   CURRY,   Proprietor's;  |��B32Wffl��*S��BHrKSWCT3SH3=3nSS?SF3^^  SANSOM   &   flOLBROOK,  Groups of Claims bought for Stock Companies and Syndicates  -o-  OFFICE    'XT'     GREENWOOD     CITY.  25, 27 29, YATES STREET,  VICTORI-Ai-'B. G.  Wholesale Dry Goods.  Gents' Furnishings Manu  facturers.  Best assorted Stock iu the Province.  J. Kerr.  r. D. Kerr.  BUTCHERS   -  GREENWOOD. GRAND PORKS, & MIDWAY.  Meat delivered at Rock Creek and all Mining- Camps.  MARCUS   ^d   (GREENWOOD  STAGE     LINE.  Leaves  Marcus....   Mouda3'S  and  Thursdays  at 1 p.m.  Arrives  Greenwood.    Tuesdays  and Fridays ,at 5 p.m.  Leaves   Greenwood ..Wednesday  and 'Saturday  at 7 a.m.  Arrives  Marcus Thursday  and  Sunday  at 9 a.m.  Special   Attention   Given   to   Mail,   Freight   and   Express.  E-   D.   MORRISON,   PROPRIETOR. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  .I'-S,  *  *-A  8  ���f.  S-rt  ���?  1<T.-/  4  i��r.-  MINING NOTES.  Messrs. Hansom, Kelly, Murray and  Steele are working on the Eulu in  Kimberly camp.  John Shear,has heen working for the  .past nionths on the Homestake and  Idaho Trinket in Summit camp. Both  claims look well. The Homestake has  an 8-foot lead, the ore assaying $42 for  all values.,   .  ���Sinking was started on the Ironsides  Monday afternoon, the shaft having  previously been emptied of water. The  compan3r have built a large and substantial shaft house, and a "Common-  sense " whim is in operation.  The ore in the tunnel of the Mother  Eode is gradually but certainly improving in character and is becoming  more siiicious. Already the ledge has  been proved for 60 feet; and the proba-  >   bilities are. that it will be twice as.wide.  Judging from some specimens  brotight down this week, the Big Four  in  Kimberly  cariip  is  improving  im-  . hieiisely with the progress of developments  T^ taken from  ���..;. a depth of eight feet and showed a  large proportion of copper pyrites.  Mr. S. S�� Fowler,>M.--^..,;-whose'���������re-'���  portslast  winter  on  Boundary  creek  were the means of /attracting much attention to the district, is again visiting  , the camp, and accompanied by Mr. W.  T. Thompson went out to the Curlew  creek camps this week. Mr. Fowler  was ..greatly surprised at the rapid  growth made by the new towns since  last spring.        -.  Jim Cunningham went up to Summit  camp this week to work on the Columbus, a north-west extension of the Summit, and on the Remainder, a fractional   claim   on   the   Emma    lead.    The  '.Columbus is a big iron-capping, assaying $6 in gold and $5 in silver, aud can  be traced for 600 feet. A tunnel is to  be run and the ledge crosscut. The,  Remainder, upon which a shaft has  been sunk 15 feet, has a 40-foot ledge  carrying copper, silver and gold.  The half-interest in the Jewel owned"  by F. Dittnier was bonded on Tuesday  by Mr. Eeslie Hill, acting for the  Prospecting Syndicate of British Co.-  lumbia. The price on the bond was  $15,000, 10 per cent, of which was paid.  The Jewel was located by Messrs. Bos-  hart and Dittmer last yea.r, , and the  claim is one of ��� the'most promising in  Eong Eake camp. The ledge is about  five feet Wide, and ore is very high-  grade. Very little development work  has been done on the property, but at  the bottom of the 8-foot shaft or prospect hole there is a magnificent showing of almost "clean" galena. The  syndicate how hold a bond ��� on the entire claim with the exception of an  eighth interest owned by Mr. Garland.  THE   BALL   AT   MIDWAY.  The ball g-iven by Messrs. McAuley  & Euncly at Midway on Thanksgiving-  Day, to celebrate the opening of the  new addition to the Boundary hotel,  was by general consent acknowledged  to be the most successful affair of its  kind yet attempted in the district.  Dancing commenced at 8.30 p.m. and  was maintained until 5 in the morning  to the music provided by an orchestra  of an organ, three violins and a banjo.  At midnight an excellent collation of  cold fowl, game, salads and cake- was  served in the large dining-room in the  new addition to the hotel, covers being  laid for nearly 150 persons. The room,  which is very handsomely finished and  panelled with cedar and, tamarac, was  tastefully decorated and festooned with  flowers. Notwithstanding the extreme  severity of the weather, a large number of guests arrived from a distance,  among whom were Mr., and the Misses  McEaren, from Carson; Miss Horn-  chan, from Nelson, Wash. ;? Mr. and  Mrs. Shonquest, Mr. and Mrs. Phelan,  Mr. and Mrs.. Seymour,, Miss Palmer,  Mr., Mrs. and Miss Comstock, Mrs/  Symonds, and Mr., Mrs. and Miss  Huff, from Greenwood ; Mr. White and  Mr. and Mrs. Roy, from Boundary  Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Birnie, Miss'Bir-  nie, Miss Becker, the Misses "Hickey  and Miss Wilkins, from Anaconda;  Mr. Perrine, from Grand Forks.  WOOD -BUZZELL.  On Thursday Mr. Frank "\^ood, formerly one of the proprietors of the'  Pioneer hotel, Greenwood, was united  in marriage to Miss Sadie Buzzell, of  Walla Walla, Wash., the ceremony  being performed by Rev. T. Paton. In  the evening- thirteen g-uests sat down  to supper in the dining-room of the hotel, Mr. Sansom toasting the bride and  bridegroom ; arid later/the Greenwood  City band serenaded the happy couple.  Among the wedding presents were the  following : Wedding cake, Mrs. Hardy;  set of silver knives and forks, Mr. D.  Hicks ; set of dessert and tea spoons,  Mr. and Mrs. Periniwell;. rocking and  easy chair, Mr. J. W. Nelson. Mr. and  Mrs., Frank Wood will continue to reside in Greenwood.     .  DISTRICT NEWS.  The Rev. H. Irwin of Rossland held  a thanksgiving service in the Greenwood school-house on Thursday evening.  Mr. Robert Buckley, of Greenwood,-  was married this week at Midway, to  Miss Ida Beach of St. Paul, Minnesota. ' ,,:  On Friday morning the thermometer registered twenty-eight degrees below zero. Such a temperature in November has never before occurred here  in the '" memory of the oldest inhabitant."  Mr.'W. H. Norris has, it is understood, written to the Provincial Secretary asking- to be provided with a  surplice. As a justice of the peace Mr.  Norris finds that he has duties, to perform which in a fitting manner such a  garment is indispensable.  A meeting- will be held on Thursday,  Dec. 3rd, at 8 p.m., in the Greenwood  school-house, for the purpose of organizing a Trades Association for the district and for the discussion of other  matters of public importance. Visitors  from Anaconda, Boundary Falls and  Midway are cordially invited to attend.  Place   your   orders   for  presents with Miller Bros.  Christmas  Crown Grants.���When applying for  crown grants, request that the advertising thereof be published in The  Boundary Creek Times���the mining  paper of the district.  Carson Lodge,  No. 3 7,  I.O.O.F.  EETS every Saturday  1 Evening- at 8 o'clock  in their hall at Carson, B.C. A cordial invitation extended to all sojourning- brethren.  P. B. NELSON, R.S.  E. Spkaggett, N.G.  Established .1862.  Manufacturers of Furni^  ture, Upholstery, etc. 3��  Importers of Crockery, Glassware, Carpets,  Wall Paper, -Linoleums, etc. Residences and  Hotels furnished throug-hout. All orders, no  matter how larg-e, promptly filled, as we have  the-' - ,.:  LARGEST STOGK IN THE PROVINCE.  All*    *����.    &  fir"      fir"      fir"  W-rite us for Catalog-ue and Price List.  ��� ���    ������'   atf4      *V*      &   '��� ' ���������'��� ���  'fir    ������ fir"      fir"     ,'?.  ���VICTORIA,   B.C.  HUGH CAMERON, Proprietor.  '? .:'���������,���' .:":���������'��� cr^^=^ . ..'_���' .;:*���������*: ���;.  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Good   Stabling.  T  ',;���; Snodgrass & Sons, Prop'rs.  Leaves Peuticton at 1 a.m. on Tuesda3rs, Thursdays, and Saturdaj^s for Camp McKinne3r,  Rock Creek, Midway, Anaconda, Greenwood,  Carson and Grand Foncs.  Returning-. leaves Grand Porks at 6 a.m. on  Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.  Carries the Mails, Passeng-ers aud Express.  To W. H. Norris, Esq., Gerald T. Hodgson, Esq.  and James Kerr, Esq., Justices of the Peace :  TAKE.NOTICE, that I intend to apply at  the next sitting- of the licensing- court, to  be holden b3r 3rou for portion of the Oso3'Oos  division of Yale district, for a transfer to Frank  G. Wood aud J. W. Nelson of the. license now  held by me to sell spirituous and fermented  liquors b3r retail upon the premises known as  the Pioneor hotel, situate on lots 21 and 22, in  block 5, in the city'of Greenwood, British Columbia. ROBERT "WESTELL.  By his 'attorney in fact, J. W. Nelson.  Dated at Greenwood City, B.C., Nov. 9, 1896.  ��aanr   J  To W. H. Norris, Esq., Gerald T. Hodgson, Esq.  and James Kerr, Esq., Justices of the Peace :  TAKE NOTICE, that I intend to apply at  the 'next sitting- of the licensing- court, to  be holden 'by you for portion of the Oso\-oos division of Yale district, for a transfer "to Se3r-  mour & Webb (G. E. Seymour and 'Samuel  Webb) of the license now held b>r us to sell spirituous and fermented liquors by retail lipon the  premises known as the Windsor hotel, situate  on lots 31 and 32, block 7, iu the City of Greenwood, British Columbia.  JAMES McMAHON.  Dated at Greenwood City, B.C., Nov. 9th, 1896.  For Occupation or Speculation.  BUILDING AND LOT for sale on main  business street in Greenwood Cit3*. Size  of building-, 24x55 ft. Arraug-ements may be  made to exchang-e other lots or erect a smaller  building- suitable for our business, in pa3'ment.  For particulars enquire at  The Boundary Creek Times,  Greenwood Cit3r, B.C. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  THE RECORDS FOR THE WEEK.  NOVEMBER   19.  St. Joseph, Central camp, M. C. J. Gire.  North Star, fraction,  Providence camp,  D.  C.  McArthur.  Argentine, Providence camp, T. A. Garland.  Delta, ditto. -���"���'���  Mollie Pratt, Fisherman creek, G. B. Stockinh.  Little May, Summit camp, C. Cumming-s.  Amazon, Fisherman creek, F. M. Long-shore.  NOVEMBFR 20.  Mountain Lake, Summit camp, W- Rawson.  California, Boundar3^ creek, W. Rawson.  Ontario, ditto.  Elcho, fractional, Pass creek, W. Rawson.  NOVEMBER 24.  Black Bess, Kimberly camp, Wm. G. McM3rnn.  Virginia Cit3VBrown's camp, Ella Clark.  California, Brown's camp, W. Harris.  Ajax, Deadwood camp, J. B. Hanuahau.  Certificates of Work.  , NOVEMBER   19.  Butte���J. M. Ta3-lor, Mrs. J. R.  Gallagher,  M.  Oppenheimer and P. Feldmau.  Ophir���J. M. Taylor, Phillip Feldmau. and   E.  F. Munroe.  NOVEMBER 21.  Tamarack���T. Skiffington and J. W. Hamilton.  NOVEMBER   23.      .  Tip Top���H. Lamb, L C. Haas, W. B. Rickards and G. T. Hodgson. '  Burns, Phoenix, and Standard���J. Johnston, P.  Aspinwall, F. A. Williamson, W. H. Williamson arid V. D. Williamson.  Violet���G. A. Rendell.  NOVEMBER 24.  Montana���Dennis Hannafin.    ,  Hidden Treasure���T. Parkinson, Wm. Pfeifef.  Piatt���P. Aspinwall, F. A.,  W.  H.  and  V.  D.  Williamson.  Conveyances.  NOVEMBER    16.  Portage���}^ interest, M. T. Robinson  to  Mary  Garlaud.  NOVEMBER 19.  Moren, 1-6 int., E. Davis to S. F. Hepworth.  Electric-  . Electric-  ~-~%. int., J. A. Frank to R. Wood.  72 int., E. P. Suydam to F. M. Green-  J. E.  >/$ int., S. Bennerman to, R. Wood.,  Golden Eagle���& int., T. McDonuel to R.Wood  NOVEMBER   21.  Terrible���1^  wood.  Parag-on,   Pasadena,  El  Paso���all  int.  Walters to J. M. O'Toole.        ,.'.'���.  Cannon Ball���1-18 int., E. J. Short to A. Seigel.  NOVEMBER 24.  Jewel���Yz int., Ferdinand Dittmer to The Prospecting- S3rudicate of B.C. (Leslie Hill).  Vancouver���K int., A. G. Bog-g-s to F. H. Young-  Lakeside, fractional���all int.,  G.  Thresher  to  J. A. Cameron and Seth Emerson.  North Seattle, f ract.��� all int.,  Mrs.  E.  Clark  to Robt. Clark.  Waterloo���% int., Ed. Davis to H. B.   Cameron  and Studwick.  Indian Queen, Mascot, Little Volcanic���H.  A  Sheads to Grand Forks Mining- company.  FA! & VIEW MINING NOTES.  [Special Correspondence.]  No  better news  has  ever  been  received in Fairview than that of the incorporation of a company   in  Toronto  to develop the Smuggler mine. Among-  the directors are some of the  most  influential men in Toronto, and, there is  no question but that ample funds will  be forthcoming- to develop the property.  Stock is offered at 25c. and  the  whole  100,000 shares are likely to be snapped  up  quickly,   one  order   in  Vancouver  alone calling for  25,000  shares.    Tenders have been  called  for  a  10-stamp  mill and a cyanide plant, and  work  is  expected to be in full .swing within 60  days.     Notwithstanding  the  set-back  caused by the miserable  fiasco  of  the  Strathyre company,   the  environment  of Fairview camp and its natural facilities for the working- of claims, ensure  its prosperity at an early day.  A surprisingly large number of stock  companies are being formed to acquire  and work quartz properties here in  Fairview. While a revival in the mining interests in this camp is a matter  for congratulation, it is more than  doubtful if the present activity will  not do the camp as a whole more harm  than good. Very few properties of  merit are being stocked���the promoters  confining their attention mostly to the  undeveloped and hitherto unknown  claims.    In many cases the method  of  procedure has been to make a small  preliminary cash payment, and then  for the balance load up the owner with  stock certificates. One company has  made a decided improvement on this  however, finding it cheaper and altogether more satisfactory to hire a man  by the day to stake vacant quartz for  thern. In this way they have acquired  some number of claims.  W.   JAKES,   M.D.,   CM.,  BY  APPOINTMENT  Resident Physician to Kettle  River District.  Office      .:       :       Greenwood. B.C.  '&  ^Office, Store, and Saloon Fixtures a sp.ecialt3r.  Plaits and Specifications  made and  Estimates  g-iven.  Get your Supplies at  as*  v  W*  Midwayi B,G  &V*    ��&    *1f*  fit'     fir"      fir"  AGENT    FOR  The Giant Powder Co.,  OF SAN FRANCISCO.  A Good Billhead  Helps Business s s  The merchant who uses " cheap and  nast3r " printing does his trade serious  injuo^. It is dear at a gift. A neatly  printed, stylish-looking- letterhead or  invoice sug-g-ests g-ood methods, helps  collections, and imparts an air of  prosperit3r. The Times Job Department is equipped with the latest and  newest t\~pe faces, carries g-ood paper  and guarantees satisfaction. We  would like to fill j'our next order.  ^^^^_}4i:?i^,t^^jfolfi!^  Courts of Revision and Appeal.  Rock  Creek Division oe the IOast  Riding  oe Yaee District.  MOTICE is hereby given that Courts of Revision and Appeal, under the Assessment  Act and Amending- Acts, will be held at the  following places on the dates named below :  Osoyoos, on Tuesday, December IS, 1896  Midway, on Thursday, December 17, 1896.  Greenwood City, Friday, December 18, 1896  At 11 o'clock in the forenoon.  (Sd.)     "     FRANK   McGOWEN,  Court of Revision and Appeal.  Government Office, Osoyoos,  Nov. 21st, 1896. , r :  Notice oe Application eor Private  BiIe.  Cascade Water, Power, & Light Co., Ltd.  KOTICE' is hereby given that application  will be made to the legislativeAssembl3'  of the Province of British Columbia: at its next  session for an .Act iucorpo rati rig the Cascade  Water, Power and Eight Gompaiiyv Eimited,  with power to appropriate and use so much water from Boundai^ creek, Kettle river and the  North Fork of Kettle river as the company majr  see fit, for the purpose of establishing waterworks and supplying water for mining, domestic, manufacturing and other purposes to the  inhabitants of the townsites of Midwa3', Anaconda, Greenwood, Grand Forks and Cascade  "City, in Yale district, and to appropriate and  use 150,000 miner's inches of water from Kettle  river, near Cascade ������ City, for the purpose of  generating electricity for the suppl\r of light,  heat and power to the inhabitants, cities, towns,  mines, smelters and tramwa3rs within a radius  of 40 miles from the said townsite of Grand  Forks, aud to construct, erect and maintain all,  necessar3r works, duildings, dams, race-waj^s,  flumes, poles and erections, lay pipes and  stretch wires for generating and supplying  electricit3r as aforesaid, and to enter upon and  expropriate land for the purposes of the company, and also to construct, maintain and operate tramway and telephone S3Tstems within the  said .radius" of 40 mileSj and to do all other  things necessary or conducive to the attainment of the above objects or any of them.  Dated at the City of Victoria the 10th da3r of  November, A.D. 1896.   ,  FRANK  HIGGINS,  13 Solicitor for Applicants.  MIN05SAL   ACT.  Certificate  of  Improvements,  ���" Last Chance" and " fton Such" Mineral Claims  Situate iu the Kettle River Milling Division of  Yale District and located in Smith's camp.  TAKE NOTICE that The Republic Gold  Mining Compau3r, free miner's,certificate  No. 81,152, intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Gold Commissioner for  certificates of improvements for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown grant of the above claims.  And further take notice, that adverse claims  must be sent to the Gold Commissioner and action commenced before the issuance of such  certificates of improvements.  Dated this 31st day of October, 1896.  Snam   t  SITTINGS of the Incensing court for the  Oso3roos and Kettle river divisions of  Yale district will be held at Gso3'0os and Mid-  wa3r on the 15th da3r of December, 1896.  C.   A.   R.   EAMBI.Y.  Osoyoos, B.C., Nov. 12th, 1S96.  Greenwood City, B.C.  aiieral' v ��� ���  *j-t *  And Horseshoeing  Satisfactory Work Guaranteed. I  We manufacture the Best and Cheapest Prospector's  Stove you can get It is cheap, strong, useful and  handy, and the price is right Place your order if  you want one early, as we can hardly keep pace  with the  demand,  they  are fast  getting  away from us,    Nothing beats  a  Cash trade  at Popular  Greenwood and Boundary Falls,

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