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Array Published Weekly in the Interests of ttie Boundary Creek Mining District.  Vol. VII,  GREENWOOD, B, C��� SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28,  1899,  181 No. 7,  ____-��vv\vnvv��o*!b. BUILDERS   OFw����w����w��������_i_  *=**5-****5-*-****5**=-*^--^^  Contractors lor the design and construction of complete Stamp Mills, Concentration  Chlorination, Cyanide and Smelter Equipments. /  ANOTHER BIG STRIKE  ON   THE   ORO DENORO  IN SUMMIT  Camp���Face of Drift at the 220 Foot Level Is  in Solid OreV-A Trail Wanted to Franklin  Camp���The No. 7 mine in Central Camp.  o  s:S  , *��***-i  a  ��� o  O  to  ; i-i  FQ  *- ��-���  ���-o ������  ���   <+H  vW  - ��''  <U  bx>.  7:^  , i>  :ro  .CO  1  ��������:���  if  o  .!  o  O  I  O  O  d  U  l!  o  O  o  is  is  3  o  S?-i�� -r8*"*S*S���.      - ���s=��-a='^E=^K   tr^^fe-fe^l^Wis^cile-*  SS?  :-- W  ���    r��.  o  w ^  : n>  CO    P*  6a .   ���  !>  S'fJ  . or**}-.  **<   P  . :'   (3   '  Ro ��..  .    ri-  00 P  l-b  o   GL  O  a j**^  ���:n  oo cr  3 &  c-K  ..01:   .  .13*  H $  n  crq   H  ���o  ^^   .  *-*�� n  '��'"  61     X, .  ���'�����'  3^'  cr '  3' S  ��� {�����,  3 ^ ;  l-h  O  ��<   GO  ���t    .  0)  ���;���..  Head Office and Works ;  PETTERB0R��, ��HT.  Branch Offices!  Vancouver,rB'. C, Rossland, B. C,  And Greenwood, B.C. harry howson. Agent.  F  YOU   Inspect  Our Prices  >>  Our Stock And Get  *W>-carry a full stock of merchandise including all kind's of staple and  fancy.groceries.  Flour, Feed, Vegetables, Fresh Eggs, Fruits, Cured  Meats, Fuse, Caps, Powder, Earthenware, Glassware,  Crocker}'.  ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS AND MINING HARDWARE  A, H, SPERRY & CO,,  Copper Street,     /���*     ���     ���      Greenwood, B, C, 4|  S*\  ~~ vIs tlie Time to        3  iirmsh Your House  The   writer visited  the Oro Denoro  about six weeks ago.    At that time the  working1  shaft  was  being-sunk under  the superintendence of Dave O'Neill.  Mr. O'Neill stated that drifting- would  beg-in at the' 220 foot level which he expected to, reach in 20 days.0 The statement   was  then   made  that the drift  would surely encounter ore as the surface   indications    pointed    to   several  parallel ore   belts   that ran  at   right  angles to .the direction of the proposed  drift.    That statement has been  more  than verified.    The drift which is now  in about 80 feet, has run   into the most  striking, body of ore that has yet been  exposed in the Boundary  Creek  country.    The whole face of the drift is  in  solid  copper ore.    A large block was  taken to Eholt by Mr. O'Neill, and  it  created considerable excitement among  railway   men   who   have   extensively  purchased     King  /Mining-    company  shares.      Al  once  several   interested  parties went to the mine and examined  the drift.    Theyconfirm the statement  made by Mr.'O'Neill. 7   There does not  appear to be an inch 7 of "waste' iti" the  whole   face of the drift.    The pre;is  similar   in   character to that already  found on the Oro Denoro, giving;, good  gold values and running-high in copper.    This drift will be continued  and  will cut  through two  or three other  ledges that can  be. traced on the  surface. ���'      ���.:7:/' '������ .;'���'' V* ���:��� \- '\';  The citizens of Grand Forks are very  properly taking considerable interest  in Franklin cainp,.up the '.'North E'ork  of the Kettle river. The camp is nearly  60 miles from Grand Forks,. but the  merchants are reaching-" but for the  trade. They "succeeded in inducing- the  provincial government ��to build a trail1  to connect with the wagon ro id. That  the camp possesses merit is evidenced  by the fact that Henry White, the well  known mining man, has bonded properties there^ Greenwood took very little interest in this new camp, because  few realized that it could be made  tributary to the city. A well known  prospector .is the authority' for the  statement that Franklin camp is not  over thirty miles from Greenwood and  that a trail could be built for a comparatively small amount. There is a  good pass from the head of Long* Lake  to Franklin camp. This route'has a  much easier grade than that from  Grand Forks. If the trail were built,  it would shorten the distance one-half  and the V trade would actually be  diverted to'this city. The matter is  well worth the investigation of the  Board of Trade.  At present 14 men   are at work   on  the No. 7 mine in Central camp, owned  by the No. 7 Mining company, limited.  They are eug-aged  in erecting- a shaft  house, boiler room, bunk and boarding  houses, carpenter shops, etc., preparatory to the further, developmenfof  the  property.    Nothing-  was done  on  the  No. 7 for over over a year as  Mr. Keffer, the manag-er, considersd it wise to  await the  advent of  a railway before  engaging   in   further   work.     At the  time  work   was  discontinued   a  large  amount of development had  been  carried out.    The shaft  was sunk a depth  of 140 feet; at the bottom over 600 feet  of crosscutting- and   drifting- was done.  A second  shaft is 66 feet deep with a  crosscut   of   2S   feet   at    the; bottom.  There is a lead over 850 in  length and  averaging- 2%   to   2%   feet   in width.  The ore. is a quartz,   carrying-  galena,  zinc blende, gold and copper.    It as Al  concentrating- ore.    Fifteen tons can be  reduced to one of concentrates  and 90  per   cent   of 'the   values saved.   The  average; value is $20,   this  being,obtained from over 75 assays. ; The company, are purchasing-,, a plant for the.  mine.   It will comprise a 50-hore power  boiler,  a friction hoist with a 30-inch  drum, a pump with  a   capacity   of 400  gallons per  minute arid all" the necessary appurtenances.''   A road is being;  built from Greenwood to Central camp.  It will be completed, to the No. 7 before  the plant arrives. ;.;'       ,'.. 7i ,    ���  J. C. Haas, M. E., has returued from  the east where he successfully floated  the Golcouda Mining company. F. P.  Buck, of Sherbrook, Que., arrived here  last week. He is interested in the Gol-  conda company as well as in the several  other mining companies in the district.  Work has been started on the Golconda  under the superintendence of Capt.  Shields.1- 7  The aerial tramway from the Gold  Bug to the railway will be .completed  as soon as-the wire arrives.: Superintendent Sharp has two' car loads of  picked ore awaiting shipment. The  ore is of exceptionally high grade.  THE CITY COUNCIL.  if  ,.5~L  RECEIVING   NEW     Latest  consignment, 'containing  S.ti-op's, Mirrors,   Shades, r^  S^ "."* ���' Curtain Poles and Fixtures. Pi :1   r.-   .mil Wall Mouldings, :*****2  ^ GOODS    DAILY . . Etc.   Etc.,   Just  Arrived      -..---���------ ^~  g    ^*vrr^.^����rr^��w��        T.   M.   GULLEY & CO.    Copper St.Greenwood, g  ;1  DEALERS  IN SHELF AND   HEAVY   HARDWARE  ,,. GRANITE WARE, ETC,, ETC, .,,  DOWSNELL   WASHERS,-   AM   AND   ROYAL   CANADIAN   WRINGERS.  c <��� <��� >> ' A  Large  Consignment  of  Window Glass Just Received,  ��� ��� ^ /^  Business #  Professional Men  Facilitate your office work and make  attractive your office by providing  yourself with the many up-to-date  things in stationery and writing  material which you will find in our  up-to-date stock.  Paper Travs, Baskets, Clips, Pins,  Letter and Bill Files, High Grade  Blank Books and Stationery of all  kinds will be found here   at low prices.  ���w���  SMITH & McRAE.  BouuS, Stationery, Office Supplies, Kic.  Business Transacted at the Regular Meeting  Monday Evening. ,  At the regular meeting of the city  council held Monday evening Mayor  Hardy presided, and Aid. Sutherland,  Cameron and Fisher were present. J.  F. Junkins,1 of the Manufacturers Life  Insurance company, wrote regarding  the sale of additional debentures. R.  B. Kerr, on behalf of W-7 S. Fletcher, '  applied for a license for a theater.  The council decided to grant the license,  leaving the question of the sale of  liquors to the board of commissioners.  J. D... Ronald, of fire engine fame,  wanted to sell one to the city** but his  letter was filed.  Mr. Nicol, of Silver street, was anxious to ascertain what the council intended to do with his building if the  street were widened. He was advised  to consult a lawyer.  Some weeks ago the council called  for sealed tenders for gum boots and  mackinaw coats for the 'firemen.  Tenders were received from several  firms, that of Rendell.& Co. being the  lowest. Instead of awarding the con-'  tract the mayor appointed a committee  to get the best bargain possible. The  appointed committee is Aid. Sutherland, Fisher and Cameron.  A resolution endorses tlie construction of the C. & W. railway through  the city and extending to them ���'such  privileges as to streets and alleyways,  crossings and otherwise as we may by  law be entitled to do," was placed before the council. This gave the mayor  an opportunity to abuse H. T. Wil-  gress, land agent of the C. P. R. Mr.  Wilgress resented the mayor's accusations which provoked an elegant and elo  quent reply. The resolution was turned  over to the tender mercies of the city  solicitor who will report at a special  .neeting of the council this (Friday)  evening.  The carpenters and joiners of Green-,  wood and vicinity met on Thursday,  evening, 19th inst., and effected a permanent organization with the following officers: President, W. Marsh;  vice-president, L. G. Comstock; recording secretary, A. B. Hart; financial  secretary, Alex. McLeod; treasurer,  Robt. Fry, and a roll of 45 members.  Meetings will be held every Thursday  evening,-the Miners' hall being used  as'a temporary headquarters. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  BAR   NONE.  IN   A    DISPLAY    OF  WILL BE EXHIBITED AT  THE     WHITE     FRONT     STORE  Next door to the Postoffice,  To-day,  SATURDAY,   and following days.  mm  fi  o   o  Call and see the Wonders of the Ag-e.    Our Prices speak volumes.  Here are a few leading-lines :  Men's Shoes, per pair, from....... ....'........ $2 00  Men's Pants,.per pair, from.....       .......'    2 00  Men's Sweaters, each, from.... .-.-,,.'.. 1 75  Men's Top Shirts, each, from...........' ....'.....'. .-.       75  Men's Underwear, per suit, from :.-.    1 SO  Men's Suspenders, per pair, from**   ..;........        35  Our Special Fleece-lined Underwear, per suit......... :.....    2 00  Our Champion Overalls, per pair .:... ......:......,... ....?..!...':....!'.-    1 00  Remember !   This is all happening* at  ���fre Wbitt Front Store,  Government St,      Next Door t0 posioffice        Greenwood, B.  C.  Camp McKinney Hotel,  HUGH CAMERON, Proprietor.   c  Best Brands of Wines, Liqnors and Cig-ars.  Good   Stabling.  GREENWOOD III CO'!  Proprietors of the Fletcher &  Goodhue sawmill, is prepared  to furnish all kinds of Roug-h  and Dressed  Just Opened  PH0BNIX  A. P. McKenzie & Co.  CUMBER,  Lath, Mouldings,  Etc., Etc.  Greenwood Office���Corner of Mineral  and Kimberley streets. ���  *.  LIVE AND LET LIVE.  rffe     A*i     J!i     iVi    ife  ���#   *af   ���*   it? "gp  #'*  Thos. McDonnell.  R. M. McEntir  I  IH<  Mines and.  Real Estate  GREENWOOD   and   CAMP McKINNEY*  #���  Buy Your Bread and Pastry at the  STAR '���BAKERY  Guaranteed   free from   adulteration.     Once  yon try it you will always buy it.  BRIDE'S CAKE TO ORDER.  Comer & Pickthall, - Prop's  GOVERNMENT STREET.    ���  B. C. Assay Office  # 0 e-  RELIABLE WORK.  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  "MAMMOTH" Mineral   Claim  situate in   the  Grand Forks Mining- Division of Yale  Dis-  tridt.    Where located :      In   Summit Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Albert E. Ashcroft,  as a^ent for E. D. Olmsted, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 3400(ja, James M. Fitspatrick,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 34685a, and I. J.  Evans, Free Miner's Certificate No. B6971, intend sixty da}*s from the date hereof, to apnly  to the Mining Recorder foJ a Certificate of Im-  pjovements, 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  is-  suanco of such Certificaleof Improvements.  Dated this 16th dav of October, 1899.  ALBERT E. ASHCROFT, P. L. S.  �� �� ��  '��� We have paid special attention  to the construction of Pumping  Machinery for duty in mines,  our unsurpassed facilities and  methods have g-iven our Pumps  aODominion wide reputation.  They are fully guaranteed. ���'��� Our  designs include all types of "the  ordinary Piston Pattern Mining  Pump, Solid Cylinder single and  Duplex Patterns, outside packed  Duplex Plung-er Patterns with  Pot valves, also Vertical Sinking- Pumps, both piston and outside packed double Plung-er patterns. Mine superintendents  and those interested in Machinery would consult their interests  by sending- for catalogue and  quotations before installing their  plants.         '  LIMITED.  TORONTO,   , ��� ��� ONT,  Gunliffe & A'blett,  AGENTS AT ROSSLAND.  /"Aackay & Walken,  AGENTS AT VANCOUVER.  Advertising: A City.  The question of profitable advertising is occupying the  attention  of  different Boards of Trade.    Recently  the  Victoria Board  of Trade discussed the  matter which lead the Colonist to offer  the  following  very sensible   remarks:  "There  was  some discussion at  the  Board of Trade yesterday as to the best  means  of  advertising  Victoria.    The  subject is a very important one. Doubtless   any   kind of  advertising is good,  provided  it . reaches   the  ponple   who  want to learn about the city.    We are  quite  in   favor  of ' the'proposal that a  a pamphlet descriptive or the-city" and  its many and varied  advantages shrill  be prepared for  the use of the agent-  general   in   London,   but the members  of the   board   will   riot,  we hope, be  offended,  when we say  that they appear  to lose sight of the fundamental  principle which governs successful advertising.    Most  of  them are familiar  with  the great New York papers, and  and know that advertisements appear  on pages where ho one  could   possibly  see them by accident.    ThSy  are seen  onlyby those who look for them.  This  is what ought to be the dominant idea  in advertising, namely, the advertiser  ought to have in mind the people who  ���will be looking for his advertisement,  not   the   chance   customer   who   may  happen to run across his advertisement  or whose attention is  drawn  to  it because it is "top column next to reading  matter."   There is , not   much   use in  advertising snowshoes in a community  where there '��� is never any snow.    The  people  whom  business  men ought to  seek to  reach  by advertisements  are  the people who look into the newspapers for information contained in  advertisements.       One   member   of   the  board said that he would give more for  one editorial than  for three times as  much   advertising;   but   this,   though  complimentary to the editorial,   is  not  sound from a business  point of view.  It is not the advertising of the city as  a whole  that pays, but what the individual advertiser tells  about his own  business.    If the merchants of Victoria  supported  the  papers  as  liberally   as  the merchants  of Seattle support  the  papers printed there,  if the Victoria  papers ' were   enabled   to   print   page  after page of commercial advertising  as those papers do,  this city would be  better known every where than it  now  is, for  the papers  could then afford to  push their circulation  as they cannot  now.    It is very easy to find fault with  the   newspapers,   but do the  men in  charge of other lines of business in  Victoria feel called upon'do business at  a loss?   'They certainly do hot.   Then  why should they expect the newspapers  to do so?  "The best way to advertise a city is  to advertise in its newspapers, not  by  inserting, write-ups  aud circulating a  lot of extra copies, but  by steady  and  continuous: publication   of   abundant  attractive     commercial     advertising.  But there is'much that can   be donein  other ways.    Much  can  be said in the  press and otherwise to  make the city  known.   But we tell the people frankly  that it is a thankless piece of work to  do it in   this city.    The Colonist  has  printed  hundreds of columns of matter   setting   forth  the advantages   of  Victoria, and scores of columns enlarging    upon    the   advantages   and   resources of  Vancouver  Island.     Does  any  one fell  called  upon   to speak a  word of encouragement?    Well,hardly.  Here is a sample of the things that are  said:   There was an editorial reference  a few days ago to a certain mine.   The  only comment that came to the ears of  the Colonist was a remark, made in all  seriousness, that it was wrong for   th*  paper to lend its aid to any man to get  rid of his mining stock.    A  few weeks  ago there was a strong local reference  to some mines on the west coast.   The  only  com ment  this called forth   was  from  a-gentlemen   who   stopped   the  editor on the street and criticized very  severely the policy of permitting wildcat   projects   being   exploited   in   the  press.     And   so   it   goes.     Then   the  Board of Trade meets  and spends  an  hour and a half in  telling the Colonist  that it ought to do this, that and the  other thing."  The timbers for the gallows frame at  the Sunset mine passed through  Greenwood the other day. They came  from Fletcher's saw mill and are the  largest timbers that were ever turned  out in Boundary creek. Fletcher's  mill has supplied a large quantity of  timber to the Sunset and Mr. John's  the superintendent is well pleased with  it. The B. C. Copper company has  also placed a large order.with this  mill. '  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby jrived that I intend to  apply to the board of license commissioners of  the City of Greenwood at their first meeting  after the expiration of thirty days, for a license  to sell liquor by retail on the premises known  as the Imperial Hotel, corner Copper and Dead-  wood   streets, Lots 35 and 36, Block 12.  EVAN PARRY.  *Z* The Best Beer in Toy,'*! is Made by The..... 7:........       7 ����**���  EEWER YI  BROS. & Co.  Proprietors."/�� <$��'  Laier Beer  PATERNIZE HOME INDUSTRY.  ***    The Elkhorn Lager Beer contains only pure Malt and Hops.     Try it!    *$�����  ���J*    It is kept on draught or in bottles by all the leading hotels ��|��  ROSSLAND.  Greenwood.  "^ investment m ^  f-fWi ' LIMITED   LIABILITY. ** "\\,(%  QReaf BMt anb QUimngi Qifrpta,  Financial & Insurance Agents  GEO.   R.   NADEN.  Manager.  ^iUiiiiaiiiiiiaamiiiiuiiiiuiiaiiiiiiiuiiiUiiiaiiiai^  CABLB ADDRMS9.  MAORI.  CODK,  MORBlUa   '* HEAL..  BOUNDARY CREEK  THOS. MILLER.   MANAGER.  g *R&AL ESTATE, {MINES, f^SUR^CE.B  ....-o . . , . . *��^*  C^S. Office: Corner Copper and Deadwood'.Streets. .5^"  ..3 GREENWOOD,  B. c: ^  ^tmfflmmmn'ffnmmmmfnHmtmmrnmmwK.  Midway, Kettle River.  First-class Accommodation.   Good Stabling. , Stopping Place.for Stages.  ���THOS. McAULEY, Proprietor.  LIME! LIME II LIME 111  The only first class White Lime in the Boundary.  ^$e fhtoto jffafte Bimt C��**  Is now prepared to furnish lime on short notice .  in any Quantity   Enquire of . . .  . E. MEDILL, MGR.  I  7!|  ! THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  C. P. R. MAGNATES.  A LARGE PARTY OF RAILWAY MEN  Wake an Official Tour.of Inspection of the New  Railway���President Shaughnessy Speaks  About Boundary Creek���The Gentlemen in  the Party. - .  The  C.  P.  R. officials from the big  sachem   down,  came  and'saw Greenwood and went away  satisfied  that  it  was by   long odds the liveliest, most  enterprising city  and the commercial  and   mining  center of the Boundary  Creek district.  A special train brought  in   a   valuable cargo on   Wednesday  evening^   Had one of Porter Bros', big  trestles given away or a flaw cropped  up in Pat Welch's rock : work, it would  be impossible to imagine what might  have .happened  the  C. P.R., because  on board were nearly all the men   and  brains that so successfully conduct its  enormous   operations.    They took  no  chances,  however, and brought along  with them Tim  Foley, Peter Larsen,  and J. W. Stuart as  sureties that, the  journey would be made in safety.  Included in the party  were   T.   G.  .   Shaughnessy,   president   of the Cari-  ���     adian Pacific Railway company;  Wm.  "Whyte of  Winnipeg, manager of  the  system  ih the west;  L. A. Hamilton,  Winnipeg,the gentleman who strain ht-  ens.out.all   townsite ^difficulties; and  looks after all the C. P. R. lands; H. C.  Cambie, chief engineer of the Western  division;  Geo. McL Brown, executive  agent   for   British    Columbia,   whose  special mission is to pour oil  upon  the  troubled waters  and make every body  pleased with the C. P. R. whether they  want to or not; R.  Marpole, genera!  superintendent of the Western division;  \V.F7 Tye,'chief engineer of the  Columbia and Western;  T.  G. Sullivan,  his assitant; A. C. Dennis,  one  of  his  staff; P.* A. Peterson, chief engineer of  the,���. entire system;  Capt.  Troup, who  runs   the   company's    steamboats: in  Kootenay;'T.   A.    Gutelius,   general  manager.of the Columbia and:Western;  W.. H.-Aldridge, general manager of  the Trail smelter; H. S^ Holt, the well  known/ Montreal   railway' contractor;'  and A. W. Ross, of Columbia.  The -party were met by the G. P. R.  engineers and H. Wilgress at the station and driven to the Clarendon,  where dinnerwas served. Afterwards  they visited the Greenwood club and  met several of the citizens. They returned oh Thursday morning. Mr.  Shaughenessy will visit to- the coast  before returning east.    .  From a newspaper man's standpoint  the only fault that could be found with  the party was its plethora of railway  magnates. Any one of them was  worth a column and advertising space  is so valuable in these prosperous days.  So the Times representative summoned  all the Scotch courage at his command  and tackled the president for copy.  The task vvas not a difficult one.  ome one has aptly said. that the  greatest man in Canada today is Thos.  G. Shaughnessy. If a man's greatness  can.be measured by his power and influence, this statement is not exaggerated. The C. P. R. is Canada's greatest  enterprise and its president and managing director cannot but have the  great .influence. U If Mr. Shaughnessy  were not at the head of the C. P. R. he  would still be a great man. By his  own pluck and ability he rose from an  ordinary railway man to the magnate  that he is today. His rapid progress  in the railway world has not spoilt  him. He is still as affable and courteous as ever, and was quite willing- to  talk to a newspaper man!  " I am well satisfied with my trip,"  said he. "When I thought of the large  amount of money we were spending in  this Boundary Creek country I had  some doubt regarding the wisdom of  venturing so much in a new district,  but after becoming more intimately acquainted with your wonderful resources  I have every confidence that the in vestment by the C. P. R. will eventually  turn out a profitable one. We are  showing our confidence in the district  by building branch lines to all the  cams; something we never did before."  "Have you arrived at any decision,  Mr. Shaughnessy, regarding the extension of the road from Midway westward?"  "No, we will not build for sometime,"  was the reply. "We have already expended nearly five million dollars in  this district and we are anxious secure  some return before building farther.  We have yet considerable money to expend here in the building of more  branch lines."  "And smelters?"  "We will build smelters if necessary,  but it appears to me that the mine-  owners of this district, will be quite  capable  of   handling  their own ores.  Tf such be the  case we will not,engage  in   the  smelting industry.    We do not i  care to build smelters unless forced  to  do so."  "Is there any truth in the rumor that  you in tend to build to Republic?"  "None whatever." "',  Mr. Shaughnessy referred to the  wild, country through which the railway passed and also to the Corbin  charter.  "Why didn't you buy the Corbin  road, Mr. Shaughnessy; too patriotic?"  "Yes, if I do say it myself. Our  policy iri this western country in the  construction of new roads, is to build  up Canadian industries.* If we went  over to the other side we would no  longer.be a Canadian road.'.*:  "You will admit, Mr. Shaughnessy,  that the agitation for, the Corbin road  induced the C. P. R. to build more  promptly?"  "No, we would have built anyway.  I .tell you what it did do. It cost the  C. P. R. $1,000,000. We, would have  secured a $10,000 a mile subsidy had  the Corbin charter riot come up. I  think the people of the district will be  better served by a Canadian railway  than by an American road. We intend  o do everything possible to encourage  the development of your mines. What  we want is tonnage. We want to haul  large quantities of ore and large quantities of supplies into the district.".  The Times representative was prepared, to admit that the C. P. R. could  do; a great deal for the district.  "I am- glad to think that you'and  others iri Boundary Creek have reformed. You gave us considerable  trouble two years ago."  "I have not reformed. Peopieareso  constituted that they must kick against  something, and a big railway company  is a most convenient target."  ��� "You are quite right," replied Mr.  .Shaughnessy, "and it is a good thing  for the railway company. They are  anxious to serve the best interests of  the public and properly directed criticism often draws attention to matters  that might otherwise be overlooked.  We intend to give a good servicehere,  daily trains will be. started to Grand  Forks next week .and to; Greenwood  just as soon as the road is in'good condition. The branch lines; will be  rushed so that the camps may be  reached at .an early date."  "Are you. going-to give a uniform  freight rate in 7 the Boundary. Greek  country, Mr. Shaughnessy?"       .  "Well,' it will be only proper to add  mileage."  "But couldn't you make the same  through rate for all. the Boundary  Creek towns?"  "We'll see about that,  make a little money here,  our turn now."  NON-PERSONAL   LIABILITY.  Capital, $2,100,000, in $1.00 Shares.  ^C  500,000 Shares Placed in Treasury.  PROPERTY:  The Sunset Claim, Similkameen District  DIRECTORS.  R...A.' BROWN, Esq.. Grand Forks, B. C, President. ALEX MILLER, Esq., Grand Forks,  B.C., Treasurer  DR..GEO. W. AVERILL, Grand Forks.B.C. Vice-President        SMITH CURTIS, Esq., Rossland, B. C, Secretary.  ' .    .. J. S.M. MORRISON, Esq., Grand Forks, Asst.-Secretary. ,  Montreal, Sept. 22, 1899.  SMITH CURTIS, ESQ.,       .  Dear Sir,--The Sunset mineral claim  is'a crown granted full sized mineral  location 500 yards square, situated on  Copper mountain in the Similkameen  district of Yale Mining division, and  on the east si<fe of the south fork, of  the Similkameen river. ������   '���.'���'���  *.��� # *.���'.*. *������ The contemplated  route of the C. P. R. to Hope will pass  very near to the property when cbrri-  pleted. *  TIMBER.���The whole of Copper  mountain, as well as the adjoining districts, ' is well timbered with magnifi-  ceat pine and fir, admirably adapted  for mining purposes.  WATER.���The south fork of the  Similkameen river flows about 2,000  feet below the surface of the claim and  has an abundant supply of water for  all"mining purposes ��� throughout the  ���year; .'*������ *   *  .'.*���'���;.* if':-     ;.     ;   ;;   7.  GEOLOGY.���The ore is present in a  diorite surrounded for the most part  by gray granite. In the diorite. there  is a mineralized zone passing throughout the whole length of the Sunset  mineral claim, and into those adjoining, reaching, however, its greatest  width in the above-mentioned Sunset,  upon the surface' of which large areas  of copper-stained diorite are -seen, one  of these areas approximating . 10,000  square feet.   -Apparently about 20 acres  REPORT.  of, this claim on the surface is thus and the adjoining properties. Thev  mineralized, but a great part of it is vary exceedingly. My smallest assays  covered by wash; only larger or smaller from copper from the mineralized rock  areas being exposed, but they all have was about 3 per cent, but values of 40  the same character. The width of the per cent, or more, are obtainable iri  mineralized zone at the , south end of picked samples. Averages across the  the claim is about 100 feet where it whole shaft, side and bottom have  joins the Helen H. Gardiner, but on the given the following, returns : 3 per  north end the width approximates 750 cent, 3.4 per cent,"3.8 per cent, 4.3 per  feet, where it adjoins the Vancouver. per cent, 5.65 per cent, 6.3 per cent, 9.1  DEVELOPMENT.���Near the north Per cent�� 9.3"per cent; 10.5 per cent.and  end about the center-of the claim, a 'U.l percent. When'one considers that  sloping shaft 50 feet in depth has been 5 per cent is worth $12 per ton, and  sunk. This represents the only work when the enormous deposit is consider-  done on the claim, but on those adjoin- ed, the possibilities of the mine are  ing, viz: the Helen H. Gardiner, Cop- great, with judicious management and  per Farm,,-Sunrise    and   Vancouver, the latest method of treatment.  similar shafts have been sunk, and in  some cases open cuts made. They are  all on the same mineral belt, and all  showing a similar kind of ore,, but not  in as large quantities, according to  surface indications, as: those: oh the  Sunset.  NATURE   OF   ORE ���Chiefly   bor-  nite or copper-iron   sulphide,   carrying  small quantities of silver and gold. The ing   except  from  bornite is more or  less  intimately as- and so far enough  As far as development-so far has  been done. I do not think it difficult,  with a small amount of hand culling,  to get an ore from 6 to 8 per cent in  value. "  The only question' comes, will it continue with depth? 'That is the risk  the investor always has to run, and  which we have no means of ascertain-  development work,  has not  been  done  sociated with the diorite, either in to prove the property. ;  seams or in small grains, and varies in The surface indications are certainly  richness at different level. ��� Apparent- the largest I have.ever seen, and it has  ly the copper ore was shot through sub- a great future, if depth can be proven,  sequent to the diorite eruption, which It ;s certainly worth 'developing and  accounts for its more or less irregular spending considerablemoney on. *' *"*  distribution. ���  ASSAY VALUES.-A' great many     The above is r^pectfully submitted.  have been made, both from the Sunset  (Signed) W. E. DEEKS.  Dr. T>eeks spent the spring and summer examining and operating surrounding properties  on Copper mountain, and no: one is better able to judge of Jtbe potentialities of its mining claims  Good treasury assured. Development begins next week.. Block of shares offered.  at?7l7^cents:;^ itpply personally or by wire to SMITH CURTIS, Rossland, B.C., or to  ALEXANDER MILLER,; (Merchants' Bank of Halifax) Grand Forks, B. G.  i^����-*����-^��-^��^^  We want to  It should be  notes. .,  Mr. Peterson the chief engineer of  the .C...P. R. is heavily interested in the  Gold Drop mine in Greenwood camp.  He visited the property on Thursday  and joined the party at Grand Forks.  Mr. Hamilton with Mr. Wood and  Mr. Wilgress considered several matters relating to the townsite and the  C. P. R. interests here. Mr. Hamilton  apologized for the joke about "Le holt"  and placed the responsibility on an innocent Winnipeg newspaper man.   '  Mr. Marpole is interested with Mr.  Barnard in the ownership of the  Windsor. They looked over the ruins  and decided to build a larger and better Windsor.  Mr. Hamilton tells the following  story regarding Mr. Chipman, the  Hudson Bay company commissioner.  He accompanied Mr. Hamilton on his  last visit here. It was the night the  Greenwood club was opened. Next  morning was Sunday and the party  had to leave for Penticton. Mr. Chip-  man was anxious to invest in Greenwood real estate but could find no one  that would sell. He didn't know  whether it was their religious scurples  that kept the real estate men oft" the  street or the club opening the night  previous. "That could never have  happened in Columbia" concluded Mr.  Hamilton. "You can't get away from  the real estate men there."  r$"$r,$r  M.   E.-FRAZEE  Corner of Government and  Deadwood Streets.  R.F.Coates  Contractors  Builders  New Goods,  New Customers.  The Best-  MS*  GOFEEES  Staple  and Fancy a  Choice and Fresh  You want good  BUTTER  we can supply you.  In The Market.  Goods Delivered to  any Part of the City.  Our Bread  is always good.  We Make no Other.  M. E. FRAZEE  l^S��<��<<g��i^����^<��<^^<��<��������('S<��S��  &w&&&w ;^<&^^  SHOULD BE MADE BY  House Moving a  opecialty.  Dissolution of Partnership.  Notice is hereby jirive.ii that the partnership  hitherto existing between Leutfried Portmann,  Anton Pnrtinaiiit and Frank Hartinger, brewers, Greenwood, trad in jf under tlie name of  Ellthorn Brewing Co., is this day dissolved by-  mutual consent, Frank Hartinfer retiring from  the firm, aud I/, and A. Portiuaun c��iitinuin<r  the business. Debts due by the firm will be  assumed bv L. and A. Portmann, aud debts  due the firm are to be paid to them.  Witness : LEUTFRIED POREMANN  D. A. Cameron.    ANTON PORTMANN  FRANK HARTINGER.  Greenwood, Ii. C, Oct. 4th, 1899.  Ill  I  Ll'i'i ��� O,  STORES  m    WINDOWS  CLEANED.  Capets Sewn, Laid and Cleaned,  PRIVATE NURSING  FOR GENTUi.MA.-.'   A Large  Stock  From.  to   Select  PERFECT PIT  GUARANTEED.  F,   J,   MITCHELL/  Fashionable  Tailor.  Leave Orders at Henry Sauve's  Stand, Copper street,  /MINERS and : :  PROSPECTORS  should Wear   : :  Ames Holden Go./s  ** Columbia "  " Kootenay "  " Vancouver  All of which are First, class Font Wear  THISTLE  L  0.  SEAGRAM'S  ^s rte Best scotch whisky insurance, {Mining and T{eal  Estate Broker,  GREENWOOD    -  The Best Canadian.  Greenwood   St,      Greenwood  SOLE AGENTS:  R. P.  Rithist & Co.  VICTORIA     B.C.  Ltd.  B.C.  A thorough   acquaintance  with   the  boundary  Creek and Kettle River mining-districts.  Mines Examined and Reported on. ii  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  !' ',('  (^ounbar j Creel? ^times  PUI1I.ISIIED   WEEKLY  BY  The   Boundary Creek   Printing & Publishing  Company, Limited.  Duncan Ross Editor  W. J. Hakbek : Manager.  SATURDAY,  OCTOBER 28, 1899.  RAILWAY BUILDING.  The completion of the railway to  .Greenwood recalls the many hopes and  disappointments connected with the  construction of a railway into the  Boundary Creek country. There were  many interesting events connected  with the legislation and negotiations  looking towards the building of a  Boundary Creek railway. D. C. Corbin  was among the first to turn his atten-r  tion to Boundary Creek. He and his  associates became interested in mining  claims in Copper camp, and he secured  a charter to build a railway along the  Kettle river and up to Copper camp.'  This charter was allowed to lapse.  Col. Baker and his associates secured  the British Columbia Southern charter.  This gave them the privileg-e of build-  rig a railway from Lethbridge to the  coast. The provincial parliament presented the British Columbia Southern  company with an enormous land grant,  including valuable, coal areas in the  Crow's Nest-Pass. : Col. Baker and his  syndicate succeeded in selling their  rights to the Canadian Pacific Railway , company. They secured a big.  cash subsidy from the i Dominion  government and built the Crow's Nest  road. ���' '-,  In the meantime F. Auguste Heinze  secured a bonus from the provincial  government to build a smelter at Trail.  He also built a railway from Trail to  Rossland and secured a charter from  the provincial government to build to  Penticton. A land grant of 20.000  acres per mile was to bey given on the  completion of this road. : Heinze  haunted the lobby of the provincial  legislature for several sessions. He  apparently could get anything he asked  from . the ��� provincial . government.  An effort was made to secure him a  cash subsidy as- well as a land grant,'  but.the legislature, would, not, consent  to this arid Heinze left Victoria for  Ottawa. Here ���:���.-;he lobbied for a big  cash subsidy, but he was defeated by  rival railway schemers. Dr. Milne, of  Victoria, and others started the Victoria, Vancouver and Eastern project  to build a railway from Victoria to  Lethbridge * through the Boundary  Creek country. They went down to  Ottawa and tried to convince the  government that they and not Heinze  were entitled to put their hands in the  public purse. Heinze tried to buy them  off .and would have succeeded only  Milne never knew his own mind for  twenty-four1 hours. He said he would  and. then he wouldn't. The government became impatient and declared  that no subsidy would be granted that  session.  The C. P. R. then took an'interest in  the situation. This alarmed Heinze  who .endeavored to work up popular  sympathy for himself. While his silver tongued orators were thundering  against the C. P. R., he was in Montreal negotiating with the C. P. R.  officials for the sale of his interests in  British Columbia. He succeeded and  the smelter and railway passed under  the control of the big railway corporation. The C. P. R. company were preparing to renew the request for a big  cash subsidy when D. C. Corbin went  down to Ottawa and stated that if he  were granted a charter, he would build  a railway into the Boundary Creek  country without a cash subsidy or a  land grant. This unusuai and unheard  of proposition so enraged the C. P. R.  officials that they used all their energies in defeating the man who dared to  establish such a foolish precedent in  Canada. Then began the hottest railway fight that was ever waged in  parliament. Corbin was backed by  public opinion, the Grand Trunk and  any influence the American railways  had at Ottawa. The C. P. R. was too  powerful at Ottawa, however, and after  three months of continuous fighting  they carried the day, but not until Sir  Wm. Van Horn had made a solemn  promise to begin the immediate construction of a road to Boundary Creek.  This promise was fulfilled so promptly  that in a little over a year after work  began the railway engine was seen in  Greenwood.  Now that the railway is here most  people will admit that it was built almost as soon as the development of the  district warranted. Still it is impossible to disguise the fact that men of  means were prepared to take chances  in the district and invest their money  in railways. There is no good reason  why they should not have been allowed  to do so; There is too much red tape  about railway legislation in Canada.  It offers a premium to the professional  lobbyist and the* purchaser of votes.  Theman who wants to build a railway  should not be forced to spend six  months and several thousand dollars  down at Ottawa. He should be told to  go ahead and build..  For six years Boundary, Creek was  the plaything of charter-mongers -and  subsidy hunters; They bought and  sold assets voted to them by a vacillating legislature. They used their influence in defeating the legitimate railway builder. ,; Wipe away all the red  tape connected with the securing of  railway charters and the occupation of  tlie charter-mongers is gone.  The Grand Forks Daily Gazette has  made its appearance. Eber C. Smith,  formerly of the Rossland Record, is at  the helm. Mr. Smith is an enterprising newspaper man and Grand Forks  will know he is there while he is there.  The statistical year book for 1898  has been sent us by the Department of  Agriculture, Ottawa. We are quite  willing to lend it to any Conservative  who is not yet convinced |of the "growing time" under Liberal rule.  4��*  4v  *  4��  FIRST SHIPMENT OF  Clothing  Hats and  Caps,  Neefcweaiv  F0RFA7LL .....**.  JUST ARRIVED:  W.M.LAW <& CO.  TlCCS.  ��oo  The  'CORNER7.COPPER AND  CENTRE  STREETS.  Wl��f  S  Ss��  Jf^  %&&>  0&  ��>,  BkS��|&��  Fine Furiiishings,  Hats f Caps,   Boots and Shoes,  Rubbers, Overshojes, Gum Boots, Trunks and-Valises.  ***  &etfi  Restaa  *Qtit  AND  "'.  >yster  Fresh Oysters In.a.ny.style  Meals at All Hours  DAY OR NIGHT.  Copper St��� Greenwood,  WHOLESALE  RETAIL.  Three Solid Brick Stores; Plate Glass Fronts, and . the  finest offices ih; B. C., heated with hot water and air,- will be completed and ready for rent in ten days. Terms, on application to,  proprietors on the premises.  civQT-HiNG and:shirt manufaqt^urers.  * ?GREE(NWOOD ��� *  HEAVY  Dealers in Hay;, Graiiu Potatoes, Butter, Eggs, etc,  . " :       �����'.*���:      i'i     =���% '    *%'  ���*).c        -71*?       ?|F  ���    -JA- -  WAGON   SCALES   IN   CONNECTION   WITH   OUR   BUSINESS  Silver Street. Greenwood.  THE   CANADIAN  Head Office \J TORONTO.  Established 1867.  Paid-up Capital,/ �� $6,000,000,  [Six Million Dollars.]  Rest- -:   ! ,...$ 1.000.000.  PRESIDENT.  HON.   GEO.   A.   COX.  Direct From the Oyster Reds  , E. WALKER,  General Manager.  J.   H. rLUMMER,  Asst. General Manager.  This Bank has the larg-est number of  Branches of any Bank in Canada, with  Agencies at New York, Chicago, New-  Orleans, Skagway and Dawson City.  Are the. only, kind we are handling  from now on.,  .TRY THEM.  Yon will certainly agree with us  that they are far superior to those  sold in tin cans.  The advantage of buying direct  and saving the cost of cans has also  reduced the price.  7  P, Burns <�� co:  Accounts of Corporations, Merchants,  and Individuals received on favorable  terms.  Drafts, Commercial Credits,  Travel  Iers' Credits, and Circular Notes issued  available in any part of the World.  Approved Notes Discounted, Collections made.  A general Banking business transacted.  Greenwood Branch,,,,  D.  A.  CAA\ERON,  Manager  THE   PALAOE   LIVERY   STABLE.  Established in 1834.  Incorporated by Royal Charter.  Paid-up, Capital.:., ......$4,866,666  Reserve, Fund..;,.. $1,460,000  London Office:  -3.Clement's. Lane, Lombard Street, E. C.  Court of Directors^  J. H. Brodie, John James Carter.  Gaspard  Farrer, Richard H. Glyn, Henry I. R. Farrer,  Ed. Arthur Hoare, H.J.B. Kendall,J.J.Kings-  ford, Fred Lubbock, George D. "Whatman.   ,  Secretary, A. G. Wallis.  Pead office in Canada: St. James St., Montreal  H. Stikeman, g-eneral manager.  J. Elmsley, inspector.  ' ..���HfrTT . ...���  Branches in Canada:  Loudon,    Brantford,     Hamilton,    Toronto,  Montreal. Ottawa, Kingston, Qnebec, St. John,  N. B., Brandon, Winnipeg, Fredericton, N. B.,  Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver, Rossland, Kaslo,  Trail, Ashcroft. Dawson City, Klondike, N. W.  T., Greenwood. Atlin and Bennett, B. C  Agents in the United States:  Spokane���Traders' National Bank and Old  National  Bank.    New York���(52 Wall street)  W. Lawson  and   J.   C.   Welsh,   agents.     San  Francisco���(124    Sansome    street)   H.   J.   Mc-  Michael and J. R. Ambrose agents.  : London Bankers:  The Bank of England and Messrs. Glyn & Co;  Foreign Agents:  Liverpool���Bank of Liverpool. Australia-  Union Bank of Australia. New Zealand���Union  Baud of Australia, Bank of New Zealand.  India, China and Japan���Chartorcd Mercantile  Bank of India, London and China, Agra Bank;  West Indies���Colonial Bank. Paris-Marcuard.  Krauss & Co.   Lyons���Credit Lyonnais.  F. T. SHORT, manager.   Greenwood,   B.   C  MINERAL   ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  CITY VIEW Mineral Claim, situated in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District.  Where Located : In Skylark camd.  TAKE NOTICE  that   I.  E.  A. Bielenberg,  free miner's certificate No. 25867 A, intend,  to the  >rove-  ng a Crown  grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of sueh certificate of improvements.  Dated this 12th day of August, 1899,        26-7  IN   THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   DISTRICT.  Extra Well Fitted for Long Drives,    Saddle Horses  and Pack  Ponies,    Feed Barn,    Hay and  Oats For Sale,  A.W.ROBINS   -   -   -   PROPRIETOR  W.B. RICKARDS & CO-<���<  Real Estate and Financial Agents.  Fire, Life and Accident    ,  insurance. -  MINING BROKERS  Capita], all paid up,  $12,000,000.  Rest ...$6,000,000.  President:  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal.  Vice-President:  Hon. George A. Drummond.  General Manager E. S. Cloctston.  #    #    #  Branches in London (England),  New York, Chicago,  And in the principal cities in Canada.  J*  **;.**  ..MIDWAY, B. C.  m  Buy and Sell Sterling- Exchang-e and  Cable Transfers; Grant Commercial  and Travellers' Credits, available in  any part of the World.  Drafts issued,  Collections  made,  etc.  Greenwood Branch,  F, J, FlNUCAriE, Maimj-er  l 'II  t   '  ;���? if  ji *  Si i  'iff  \i  i I'  i  E  / TH E   BO UN DARY   CREEK   TIMES,  PROVINCIAL  ANNOUNCEMENTS.  Notices':Which  Appear in the issue  of the  Gazette.  The  Official   Gazette today contains  notice of the following  provincial  appointments:    John   Still-well   Clufe of  New   Westminister,    John    Bond   of  Periiberton  Meadows,  St.  John Armstrong of Surry, Arthur Fuller Goldsmith of Alder Groves, S.  F. Seymour  Van Arida,  and Thomas   Shotbolt of  VJctoria to be justices of the peace for  the   counties   of - Victoria,   Nanaimo,  Vancouver, Yale, Westministe-r,' Cariboo   and   Kootenay; J-Williii'm'  Henry  Falding of   Rossland?- Augustine Ma-  ��� chrae 'Pinkharri of Reveistoke to be  notaries   public for the  mainland  of  British   Columbia; Alfred Curtis 'and  W. J.,Care of Vernon to be members of  the board of license commissioners for  ,   that city; Joseph  Dee Graham of At-  .   lin, government agentj to be collector  of'votes for the Bennett lake and At-  lin   lake   mining division of Cass.air;  James Keenaghan of Reveistoke to be  a liceuse commissioner for the Reveistoke license district, vice B. R. Atkins  resigned. ,     .      .. ,  The'T-following companies have been;  incorporated: The Torbhtb-Lillooet  Gold Reefs company, non-personal  liability/capital $1,000,000, headquar-,  tersiri:Vancouver; the Evening Gold  ��� Mining company, capital $100,000,  headquarters at Rossland.  'Notice is given that'all placer mining claims legally held1 in the Cariboo  district may be laid over,, from"Novem-.  ber 1st to June 1st, 1899, subject to the  provisions of the placer mining act.  Notice is given that all placer claims  legally held in Northeast Kootenay  district and West Kootenay ^district,.  Reveistoke riding, may be laid over  from,'the present date until June 1st',  1899. Notice is given ihat a.n application will be made to the legislative assembly of British Columbia at itsTnext'  session for an act to incorporate a  company .with power to construct,  ;equip, 'maintain and operate a line or  lines'of telephones throughout the district of East Kootenay.  7D.*C. McDonnell, solicitor for applicants,' gives notice of application to  the7fBritish Columbia legislative assembly, at its next session, for an act  to^lncpr porate a company with power  to construct, eqip, and maintain/a.rail-  Way' from' a point on or near Dyea  river,,,,on,_the.international boundary  between British Columbia and Alaska.,  to a point'on or near Lake Bennett;  thence to the 60th parallel of latitude;  with powers ; to. construct, equip and  operate branch lines; to equip, build  and operate boats and wharves; to  equip and own and operate-telegraph  arid telephone lines, to generate elec-  'tric power for lighting and heating, to  expropriate land necessary for the  railway; to levy and collect tolls, and  to make traffic arrangements incidental to the said railroad.  Orde, of this city,- has just returned  from a trip through the Boundary  country, was enthusiastic yesterday  over the future of Southern British  Columbia. Mr.. Hall came in by the  Crow's Nest Pass line, and will return  via Reveistoke. This is his first visit  to the province, and he predicts a great  future for it. He was impressed with  stability and progressiveness of Rossland, and said that although he had  been continually reading accounts of  the camp in the papers, he was agreeably surprised with what he saw on  his arrival. .Mr. Hall has been making close inquiries concerning real  estate in this city, and the returns that  are being made in investments in Rossland- property., "You are well over  your first booni^" he said, "and have  settled down on a permanent basis.  With.the steady monthly pay roll that  you now, have, and every prospect of it  'continuing to show a healthy increase;  the city certainly has a remarkably  bright future before it, and there; will  be many chances for g-ood paying- investments outside of mining pure and  simple."       .      ���     . :'*������������', .  'Mr. Hall is' a grain grower, and he  stated that the harvest all through  Manitoba this year had been exceptionally-good, both in quantity-and quality.  He had bean instrumental in inducing  the Dominion government to pass the  legislation of last session placing grain  inspection and grading on a new basis,  and he was satisfied that having stationary standard for grain would have  a*.good effect, as merchants who deal  in "futures" will know exactly-what  they" are purchasing in advance. There  hadMaeen a large influx of population  into Manitoba this past year, and the  country was'nllihg up' arid prospering.  "You^'will be sure to get your share of  the money we have been making. All  our people are'looklng into British Columbia investments of one sort or an-  ''other,'arid bur spare cash is likely' to  come this way, as we believe with you  in.the future of tlie province,"���Rossland Miner.  rglUillimilUUUiU^^  IS THE BEST HOTEL IN GREENWOOD. A Nc-.v Biiiidiiiff,' well furnished. First-class  Service in all departments. . Choice, Wines, L,iqnor.-: and Cigars, a Headquarters for' Mining  anil Commercial Men.  Copper Street, Greenwood.  ^mmmflmiww^  FOUND.���A bicycle.  Burns & Co.  Apply  at P.  A MANHOBA MAN.  Mr.  Hall, of Brandon, Speaks of Rossland and  ...........~.    .Boundary.   ...  Mr.  C. E.  Hall, of Brandon, Mani-  tobia,  who  in   company  with   W.  L.  -..MONEY SAVED--  Is Money llade.  VOU can  save money  by buying your,,. ,  -AT-  ���COPPER STREET���a  GREENWOOD,    B.   C.  Corporation of The City of Greenwood.  BY-LAW NO. 32.  I  I Ul  W. J. Snodgrass & Sons, Prop's.  Leaves Penticton at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays for Camp* McKinney y  Rock Creek, Midway-, Anaconda, Greenwood,  Carson and Grand For^s.  Returning; leaves Grand Forks at 7 a.m. each  and every day except  Sunday for Greenwood  and leaves Greenwood for Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays/and Saturdays at 1 p.m.  Carries the Mails; Passengers and Express.  SS" Will sell through Tickets to Vancouver,  Victoria, Seattle or Portland..  , Have you looked "at your subscription" label?  It will tell you whether you are in arrears  or; riot '.     C.<  A  Established 1862.  Furniture |  Carpets  Linoleums!  Cork Carpet  Curtains    |  Wallpaper]  Complete House Furnishings.  larpe  stock  of  Fine  and   Medium  Priced Goods >in above lines.  Send for Samples and Prices���free....,..,.  IB BROS.,V1GT0RIR.II!  Mineral Act, 1886.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  FALCON Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettla  River, Mining- Division of Yale District.  Where located: In Atwood camp -.lying:  south easterly of and adjoining- the "Rob  Rov mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for Mary iGarland, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 19&32A, 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 6th day of Julv, 1889.  T."H* HAI/LETT.  A By-Law to raise by way of debentures the  sum of Five thousand dollars for the purpose  of erecting buildings in the Municipality of the  said City to be used for Municipal purposes.  Whereas it is expedient and necessary to  erect certain building-within the Municipality  of the said City of Greenwood to be used for  Municipal purposes; and .       r  Whereas it is necessary for that purpose to  raise by way of debentnres a loan of the sum of  $5,000.00 with interest thereon at.the rale of six  per centum per annum for twenty years ;'. and  Whereas for the payment!of said debentures,  sinking-fund, and interest it will be necessary  to raise the sum of $480.00..by special rate in  each and every year ; and      ",  Whereas the whole; rateable land   and  improvements or real property of the said Munici-  Salitv according- to the last revised Assessment  :oll "is $603,795.00 ; and  Whereas the existing debenture debt of this  Municipality amounts to $55,000.00 and no  principal or interest is in arrears.  Therefore theJMunicipal'Council of the City  of Greenwood enacts as lollows:.  IV It shall be lawful for the Corporation of  the Cit3- of Greenwood to raise, by way of loan,  from an}- person or persons, bod}' or-bodies  corporate who, may be willing to advance the  same on the Credit of the debentures herein I  mentioned, the snm of $5,000.00 and cause the  same to be paid into the hands of the City  Treasurer of the said City .of -Greenwood, for  ���the purposes aforesaid, and with ��� the object  hereinbefore recited. ���������' ''.'��������� .  2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor to cause  any number of debentures to .be, made., riot exceeding the whole sunvof 55,000 in sums of not  less than S1O0.O0 each as may be required; and  all such debentures shall be sealed with the  seal of the Corporation of the City of Greenwood, signed by the Mayor and countersigned  by the Treasurer of the said Citj-.  3; The said debentures shall be payable in 20  years from the day herein mentioned for this  by-law to* take effect, at such bank in the City  of Greenwood as the Council may by- resolution  direct;  4. The said debentures shall have cupons attached for the paymentof interest at the rate of  six per'centum per annum on the amount of  said debentures and -shall be, made payable  yearly on the  - ���' day of     -.'���  in each and every year.        ���  5. A special rate on the dollar shall be levied  and raised in each and every year, in addition  to all other rates, on all rateable property of the  City sufficient to pay interest and create a sinking fund for the. paymeut of the; debt hereby  created at and when the same shall become  due.-    '-.. '..;,    ,���'���'.    ':'. -; ..      -.. ";..-''. ,.'..,,.-  ,  6. The sum of $300.00 shall be raised annually  for the payment of interest on .the amount of  the debt incurred "during the currencv of the debentures authorized to be issued.  7. The sum of $180.00 shall be raised annually  for the payment of the debt hereby incurred.  8. It shall be lawful,for the,Corporation'--from,  time to time to purchase any of the said debentures at such prices as may be mutually as reed  upon aud all debentures so purchased:shall be  cancelled and- no reissue" of any debenture or  debentures shall be made in consequence of any  such purchase. ���..,     .,���:       v, ..-.���    ,     ,..    ���   - ., ,    "  This By-law shail before the final passing  thereof receive,the assent of the electors of the  Corporation in manner prescribed by the  .''Municipal Clauses.Act."  '   This By-law shall take effect and  come  into  force on the. day of .1899.  Read first and second time October 9,1899.  Read third time October 16,1899.  G. 13. TAYLOR,,. THOMAS HARDY,  City Clerk. Mayor.  TAKE NOTICE that the above is a true  copy of the proposed by-law upon which the  vote of the municipality, will be taken at the  courthouse in the citv of Greenwood hi Mbn.  day the 30th day of October A; D., 1399, between the hours of cighto'clock a.m. and four  o'clock p. m.        G. B". TAYLOR. C. M. C.  Corporation of. the City of Greenwood.  BY-LAW NO. 31.  A By-Law to raise by way .'of debentures the  sum of Ten thousand dollars for street improvements.  Whereas it is   necessary  to   improve,  grade,  '     ' - '^  I open and repair thestreets of the City of Greenwood and for that, purpose co raise by.way of  debentures a loan of the suni of $10,000 together  with interest thereon at the rate of six per cent  per annum for. twenty years : and .  Whereas for the payment of said debentures,  sinking-fund, and interest it will be necessary  to (raise the sum of $960.00 by special ;rate in  each and every year : and  Whereas the whole rateable land and improvements or real properly of the said Municipality  acbording to the last revised Assessment Roll  is $604,795.00 : and  Whereas the existing debenture debt of this  Municipality amounts to S55,000.00 and no  principal or interest is in arrears.       ���     '  Therefore the Municipal Council for the City  of Greenwood enacts as follows:.,  1. It shall be lawful for the Corporation of  the City of Greenwood to raise, by way of loan,  from au\' person or.persons, bodylor bodies corporate, who maybe willing ii) advance the  same on the credit of the debentures hereinafter  mentioned, the sum of S10.000.00 and cause the  same to be paid into the hands of the City  Treasurer of the said City of Greenwood, for  the purposes aforesaid, and with- the object  hereinbefore recited. ^  2. It shall be lawful for. the Mayor, to cause  any number of debentures to be made,-not exceeding in the whole the sum of $10,000 in sums  of not.less than $100.00 each as may be required;  and such debentures shall be sealed with the  seal. of. the. Corporation- of. the.City of Greenwood, signed by the Mayor aud countersigned  by the Treasurer of thesaid City.  3. The said debentures shall be payable'in 20  years'from the day. herein , mentioned for, this  by-law to take effect, at such bank in the City  of Greenwood as the Council may by resolution  direct.:';        :.������;.:       '..,.,'-   ���-.,-..     .������..���   .'.'  4. The . said, debentures shall have cupons  attached for the payment of interest at the rate  of six per centum -per annum on tlie amount of >  said debentures   and shall  be made   payable  yearly on the   '. '-,       day of , :  in each and every year. ;.        .          :;������                  '  5. A special rate on the dollar shall be levied  and raised in each and.every year, in addition  to all other rates, on all ratable property of the  City sufficient to pay interest and create a.  sinking fund for the payment of the- debt there-,,  by created at and wheiithe same shall become  due. ,',.''       t,-'''  6. The sum of $600.00 shall be raised annually ,  for the payment of interest on the amount of the  debt incurred during the currency of the debentures hereby authorized to beissued.  .  7.   The sum of $360.00 shall be raised annually of the debt hereby incurred.  8. It shall be lawful for the Corporation from  time to time to -purchase rauy of the said de-':  beutures at such prices as may. be mutually ,  agreed upon and all debentures so purchased  shall be cancelled and no reissue of any debenture or debentures shall be made in consequence of-auy such purchase. .  This By-Law shall  before the final uassing  thereof receive  the  assent   of  the  electors of  the,    Corporation     in.  -manner .   prescribed-,  by the Municipal Clauses Act."        .  ;  This By-Law shall take effect and come into  force on the    '���.'���.-   .     day of   ' 1899.  .   Read first audsecond time October 9,1899. ��� ������-������,.  Read third time Octoberl6,1899.  G.B. TAYLOR, .     THOMAS HARDY,  '   City Clerk. :.-   Mayor.  TAKE \NOTICE that the above is a true copy  of the proposed by-law upon which the vote of,  the municipality will be taken at the court house"  in the City of Greenwood on Monday the 29th  day of Oct.,.A'.*| D.V1899,bet\veeii the hours of  eig-ht o'clock a. m. and four o'clock p.-m. .  G, B. TAYLOR, C. M. C.  MINERAL   ACT, 1896.       .  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  BANNER" mineral claim, situated in the  Kettle River Miniri Divisi m of Yale  District' Where located: In. Greenwood  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for James Marshall, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 19604a, aud Thomas Roderick,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 19625x, 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 Improvement.  ��� I. H. HALLETT.  Dated this 12th day or September, 1899.  Livecand dressed  meat market.  poultry at Burns'  o   o  o   o  the: genter of the similkameen d/str/ct.     a mining and  agrioultural  ~~~        ~~    ,.'    ���-��� ~~        :.  '. . . .-. CENTER . . . . . .  ��� I;  o��  THE BUSINESS STREET.  ��  Third Avenue 10.0 feet wide,  Lots 30 x 120* Corner Lots $150,  Inside Lots $100,  OTHB7c STREETS,  CORNER LOTS $100.  INSIDE LOTS $75.  six  Bealey Investment  & Trust Company.      For Further Particulars  LIMITED.  General Agents,  Greenwood, B* C,  R . H, PRKINSON, Fairview,  E, BULLOCK WEBSTER, Keremeos, 8  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  GREENWOOD   AND   DISTRICT.  J. Dale has returned from the West  Fork country.  The Hunter-Kendrick block is being-  veneered with brick.  P., F. Richardson, the well known  commercial.man, is in the city.  Dr.' Mathison, who had been indisposed for several days, is around ag-ain.  Ross Thompson and Alex. Dick  visited the Oro Denoro mine this week.  01sen'& Phelan will move into the  Miller block, Copper street, in a few  days.       "  D. W. Morg-an, of the Greenwood  Clarendon company, has returned from  Rossland.  H. C. Shaw gained a victory over an  embryo case of fever 'and is now attending to other suits.  ' There will be services in the Methodist church on Sunday at 11 and 7:30.  Tund.-iy school at 2:30.  Good progress is being* made with  Graham & Perry's big hotel at the  corner of Copper and Deadwood streets.  W. M. Law, who visited the Spokane  fair, went to Portland to see friend:,  there.    He will return in a few d ays.  Several carloads of furniture havu  arrived for the Leland hotel. The  hotel will opened early  in   November.  Percy Godenrath has gone to Myers  creek. He is heavily interested in the  Wisconsin group, which is now being-  developed under the direction of A. ��,.  Steele.  At.the residence of Mrs.Cier.rf,Silver  street, on Saturday, Rev. B. H. Balder-  ston,- B. A., united in marriage Wm.'  Ludwig and Mrs. Ida Krinkie, both of  Greenwood.".'.'-.  When Mr. Hogg* reached Grand  Forks last week, en route for the east,  a telegram awaited him announcing-  the death of his child, whose serious  illness hurriedly called him home.  A. H. B. McGowan, Vancouver, is  making his first yisit to,the Boundary  Creek country, He is astonished at  the wonderful growth < of Greenwood  and predicts for it a great future';  Aid. Wood has g-iven the contract for  excavating- under his block at the corner of Government and Greenwood  streets. As soon as the excavation is  to grade, another storv will be placed  underneath the building-, making-, two  large stores on the ground floor;  F. S. Barnard who has just returned  from Europe reached Greenwood on  Wednesday, with the C. P. R. party.  Mr. Barnard and Mr. Marpole have decided to rebuild the Windsor. .Mr.  Barnard will also build on the corner  of Center and Copper streets next  spring-.  , F. 7L. H. Robbins, son of Frank Rob-  bins, manager of the Dominion Copper  company, died on Thursdny morning-  from typhoid fever. The deceased who  was only 20 years*of age'was a"young  man'of great promise and thesympathy  of the community is extended to Mr.  Robbins and family in their sad bereavement. The remains were interred  in Greenwood cemetery this morning.  The attention of the proper authorities is directed to the great annoyance  caused our citizens by the incessant  tooting of railway whistles and the unmusical clanging, of railway bells-  The people have rights as well as rail,  way companies. It is too bad that  their peace should be disturbed by the  noise and bustle of a railway. [Notb  ���The above is an editorial scoop. If  we hadn't registered the kick, "the  rag on the other side of the wall"  would have done it in the not far distant future.���Ed.]  Sultana fraction, Eholt creek, R. C Graham.  Bannock Burns. ���"To. 67, J. M. Bozarth:  October 21.  *'55" Fractional, Deadwood camp, J. E. Leckic.  Luckv Tom, Kimberlv. T. Q. Bntter.  October 21.  Monticella, Copper camp, W. Forrest.  Certificates of "Work.  October 18,  Gold Plate, Thos. Wake, et al.  Black Diamond, 2 vears,  W. G. McMynn, etal.  October 19.  Rovalease, John Duglas.  October 20.  La Grande        I , ,     .  Extension >'���   H. S. Pittendigh.  Gold Bug     ,���    ) ,   ���   .    '   .  Viceroy, fract. /    ,, ��� ���  Little Buffalo, fract.      |"    C. H. Tye.  October 21.  Revenue, Frank Dalton.  Arlington. C. M. Tobiassen.      ,  Red Warrior, Ned Bennett.  Columbia, D. A. Gord. <  Transfers.  October 20.    ,.  Koyalcase,   all   iut,   Central   camp,    Ida    G.  Thompson to J. Roderick Robertson.  Mackinly, all, int.. Smith's camp, A. D. Oliver  t t Louise Castlemau.  i t. Lawrence, all int..  Deadwood  camp. C.  L.  Hoffman to Deadwood Gold Cop] er Co.  WANTED.���Position as salesman  ! y a young man of experience. Will  furnish reference/, Apply to C. H. W.  Times office. ���  , tf.  PEEP YOUR FEET DRY  0<><>OOpO&<>GOOO<><y04y&0<><>00&0<><>0<>00  ^mmmmmmmmmmm^  Smoke  The Best.  El Crepusculo,  Por Larranaga,  Benjamin Franklin,  Manuel Garcia, Alonza  El Ecuador  Bock and Africana  La Flor De R Fulton  ..TurKish and Egyptian..  CIGARETTES.  KETTLE   RIVER MINING   DIVISION.  Record  of Mineraio Locations for the Week  Ending October 18,1899.  Pipes and Smokers  Articles. . .$ ....  STATIONERY.  H.A.IONG&  COPPER ST.  Science  preserves for us  all things  which  the world has  found.  The science of  selling clotting  is to sell such  goods as will  keep for you all  7 patrons once  gained.  This store sells  Shoreyfs Clothing  . with the private contract that money Is to be  refunded if goods are not satisfactory.  Overcoats and Ulsters sold by as...  ... are not made to Order, but to Fit.  A Full Line Rubber  Goods at,.  IW  RENBELL3  ARGABE  - h  ^uuiuiuuuummuuiuiiuis:  FOR 1900.  THE following- persons are entitled  to vote,  viz :  October 18.  R. G, Dunn, Myers creelc, Al Mason.  Atlas, Meyers creek, John Mcintosh.  Insurgent", Myeis creek, E- Burns.  Blue Coat. Deadwood camp. C. H. Tye.  Delmonto, Deadwood camp, C, H. Tye.  October 20.  Ida, Barrett's canio, R. Lockhart.    I PRESCRIPTIONS |  ������������  ���������a  ������00  ���������9  ������������  ������������  �����������  ���������o  ������������  �����������  ���������e  ������������  ���������o  ��� o*0  ���������o  �����������  ���������o  ������������  ������BO  �����oo  ���������e  - ���������a  ��� ������0  ��� ���00  ��� ������0  ���������0  ��� ������0  ��� ����������  ��� ������0  ��� ���0  ��� ������0  ��� ������0  ���������a  ���������o  ��� ������0  ��� ������O  ���������0  -������0  ��� ������0  ��� ������0  ��� ������0  ��� ��������  -������0  ���������O  ��� ������O  >�������  ��� ������0  ������00  ������00  ��� ���00  S!fi~       -VSr      sHi  13F      *��?      "WP  Need special  care  pounding'    as   well  drugs.       "Many    a  spoiled in the making1."  cook may  make   rich,  in   comas   pure  broth   is  Any  light  pastry with the same materials  that another converts into a  soggy mass. A skillful  diamond cutter may quadruple  the value of a gem by artistic  cutting. Care in handling  and good material go hand in  hand. That is what we assure you of when you bring  or send in prescriptions to us.  00*i  Off*1  Off*'  ������������  Off"  ������������  Off*1  Off*'  Off*'  Off**  Off*'  Off**  00*  Off**  Off**  Off*-  w  ��  BRUSHES.  We have a particularly  fine  line of Brushes from 50c to S5.  Off*'  Off*'  Off*'  Off*'  Off*'  Off**  Off��*  Off*1  Off*'  ��� ���������  Off**  Off**  m m m  \tt,it  iller Bros*  DRUGGISTS  and cJEWELLERS.  Off**  Off*'  Off*-  Off*'  Off**  Off*-  Off*"  *-��������  Off*>  Off**  ��� ������"  Off'*  Off*'  - ���   ���0 0��ooo0eo0O0eoooooo00ooo0O90oooaeoa**  FOR MAYOR:  Any persons qualified to vote for Aldermen is  entitled to vote for Mayor.  FOR ALDERMAN :  The following persons are entitled to vote,  that is to say :  Any male or female, being-a British subject,  of che full age of twenty-one years, and  [a) Who is the assessed owner of lands or of  improvements or the assessed occupier of land  situate within the municipality : or  [b) Who is a resident of and carries on business and is the holder of a trade license in the  niunicipalit}-, the annual fee for which is not  less than $5.00, and who has paid on or before  the 1st day 'of November, 1899, tlie full license  fee therefore ; or '  (c* Who is a householder within the municipality. A " householder " is defined as a person  who holds and occupies a messuag-e, dwelling  or tenement, or any part of a messuag-e, dwelling- or tenement within a municipality, paying  therefore a rental or rent value of not less than  sixty dollars per annum.  Householders must have paid all municipal  rates, taxes and license fees (exclusive of water  rate-or water rent] on or before the 1st day of  December, 189S, to entitle them to make the  declaration as mentioned below, and in order  to be included in the voters' list must, on or be  fore the 1st day of December, 1899. enter their  names with the Assessor or Clerk of the municipality as voters, and make and personally  deliver to the Assessor or Clerk at the same-  time a statutory declaration as set out in section 2, subsection, 2, of the " Municipal Elections Amendment Act. 1897."  Forms of said declaration may be obtained at  at the office of G. B. Taylor, City Clerk.  No Chinese. Japanese or Indians are entitled  To Commercial Travellers  and Public we are prepared  at all times to give you a  first class   T  at a reasonable rate to all  points south of Penticton  to Cascade City if desired  SCHUBERT & BARNES  Penticton, B, G    Proprietors  Fairview Drug And Book Store.  & JOHN LOVE & CO. ��  Druggists and Stationers  v.**   .-#    �����*?  FAIRVIEWand CAMP McKINNEY.  A   full   line    of    Drugs,    Stationery,  Drug-g-ists Sundries.  Prescriptions   Carefully Compounded.  CORYELL'S MAP, Price $l;25.  Kerby's Map of Wellington Camp; $ i ;00  A fine line of    ?  Pipes,   Cigars/  Tobacco  and Pouches  *Just Received.  J. A. UISIORTH,  Druggist  i> i>. ��>  Midway.  otd 1  J. J. MILLER, Prop.  m  m  m  m  Dining* Rooms will be open- ^g  P�� ed on Sunday, August 13th.  to  vote.  By  order,  G. B.  TAYLOR  Greenwood,  C.  M.  C.  25th October,  1899.  METHODIST CHURCH.  Services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school  2:30 p. m.   Social service 8 p. m. Wednesday.  EVERYBODY   WELCOME.  ���B. H. BALDERSTON, B.A., Pastor.  m  MEALS AT ALL HOURS.  p Log Cabin Hotel Near Brewery. ||  "  Kerby's Map of Wellington Camp.  Candies,   Tobaccos,   Cigars,  Druggirts' Sundries. Stationery, etc..  H. B. MUNR0E, Greenwood.  GREAT  9  . ceyNTRY.  Prospectors  save packing by buying your outfits at West-  bridge 10 miles above Rock Creek.  NOTE A FEW OF OUR PRICES.  Hams 17*^ cts.  Bacon!     17*4 cts  Dry Salt '...;.....' .- 15 cts  Supar   Flour :.  Rice.....    .    Powder   Fuse    8.35 cwt ,   Caps.  .   2.25 sack      Jessop Steel    10 lbs for $1   ...'.19c  case lo t   SI coil   51 box   18c lbs  A Full Stock Now on Hand of Miners' aud Prospectors Supplies.  B ots and Shoes, Groceries, Hardware, and Gent's Furnishings.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  MOUNTAIN VIEW mineral claim, situate in  the Kettle River Mining  Division .of Yale  District.  . Where    located :      In    Summit  camp adjoining the B. C. mineral claim.  '-pAKE NOTICE that I, F. W. Groves acting  Jl       as ag-ent for Patrick Lyoiis, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 19133a, and Louis Scheiflle, Free  Miner's   Certificate   No.   19135a,   intend,   sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Mining- Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining-r Crown  Grant of  the above claim.  Aud   further   take   notice   that action, under  section 37, must be  commenced   before  the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvement.  Dated this 12th day of September, 1899.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is liereby given that the undersigned intends" to apply to the board of  license commissioners of the City of Green  wood, at their next sitting, 30 days after the  date hereof, for a license to sell liquor by retail on the premises to be known as the Hotel  Nordeu, situate on lot 6 in* block 14, Copper  street, in the City of Greenwood.  CARL NELSON  ANDREW SATER.  Dated Sept. 18, 1899  Mineral Act. 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  ��, O. GUISE,  SUCCESSOR TO  HERBERT <�� G  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  NOTICE.  PASSADENA, PARAGON, EL PASO, aud  OLIVE mineral claims situate in the Kettle  River Mining- Division of Yale District.  Where located :    In Greenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that we the Passadena  Consolidated Gold Mining Company,  Limited, Free Miner's Certificate No. 20113.  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to  applv 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 commended before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 18th day of September, 1899.  Passadena Consolidated Gold Mining Co., Ltd.  LIMITED.  R.   GREIGER, Manager.  Agents For,  - PABST BEER  COMPLETE    -    LINE    -    BAR    -   SUPPLIES.  Greenwood, B. C,

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