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The Boundary Creek Times 1899-09-16

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 Published Weekly in the Interests op the Boundary Creek Mining District.  vol. vn.  GREENWOOD, B. G, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1899,  ���No. 1,  amilton Manufacturing Co.  THE STOCK MARKET.  ___����������* BUILDERS   OF  F!@BERN  NACHINERY. MINING  LOCAL SHARES   IN GOOD DEMAND.  Contractors for the design and construction of- complete Stamp Mills, Concentration,  CWorination, Cyanide and Smelter Equipments,  Boundary Creek' Al. & M. Co's Stock Gone up.  Other Locali Shares. The Lottie F.  Mining Notes.  U  O  m  'o  O  +->  ��� ,H  U  ffl  i-i  o  m  -h  XX  <u  <  IV  o  W  o  o  ?  o  CO  ��o  IP  f  I  o  o  d  U ,  re  1:  o  O  &  CO  ct>  ��-+  r-K  ��<  R��  C/>  o  s  o  n  o  n  a  ���*  CO  o  a>  >  Crq  o  ����     2  ���era  p.  "Si  02;  3*  crq  o  CD  o  a.  CO  a  >-t  n  Qu  o  o  to  td  >-t  CO  fcr*  o  o  cr  l-h  O  '���1  c Head Office and Works t  PETBRB��R��, ��NT.  Branch Offices j  Vancouver, B. C, Rossland, B. C,  And Greenwood, B.C. harpy howson. Aeent.  PORTLAND  Manufactured by the B  c, Portland Cement Co.  at Vancouver andjg-uar-  antecd equal to any im  ported cement ��� in the  country CZ2 rni  Agents for British Columbia  BOYD BURNS &Co.Vancouvcr,B.C  Wholesale Dealers in  Plumbing- and Engineering Supplies  Local stocks are again  in  good demand and the brokers are wearing a  happier smile   consequent   upon   the  arrival of better times in  their business.   The   development of  the  Gold  Bug and the shipment of rich ore from  this     property:    has     attracted    considerable . attention., to    the   Boundary Creek Mining & Milling company's  stock.     Several  blocks have changed  hands locally at eight cents  and  there  is a good demand at this figure.     Most  local holders of this stock  are   holding  it   expecting   them   to   go up shortly.  Winnipeg  is" quoted locally at 30 cents  but is difficult to secure .'at this figure  and it has been sold as high as 34 cents.  Another stock  which   has gone up is  that of the Morrison company.    The  shares in  this company   went   down  with the slump a'couple of months ago  but is now up to 18 cents.    The shares  which are selling locally are quoted as  follows :."���..���..       '���'..'.'������ ' '���' '   ; '���''..���'  Boundary  Creek M. & M. ...,,...:.:.���08  Winnipeg.............. ..........:........ ...7.....30  Brandon & Golden Crown........ ...29  Rathmullen....... :......;............;........,..........8  King Company (Oro Denoro)................25  Morrison..............:........ .18  Waterloo,.::...: ....:.!.......���..... ...........!..10^  Minnehaha... ....:.,........:...:.........15  Okanagan Free Gold:.......... ���:........'..���.J.:..-.15'  ore body. The drift is in 105 feet and  starts from a point 3.0 feet above the  road way, a short distance from the  Kettle river. When the ledge is properly explored a tunnel at the base of  the hill may be run in to strike it.  Some of the old time prospectors  must look to their laurels unless the  railway contractors cease opening up  big bodies of ore. The railway work  has opened up several large bodies of  ore, to which reference has already  been made. The latest big strike is on  the Snowshoe. Last week the branch  line cut through a 70-foot vein of ore  to the south of the present shaft. The  vein can be traced for a distance of 700  feet., The ore is very rich chalcopyrite,  giving high gold and copper values.  It is as pretty ore as can be found anywhere in the district and large specimens have been received for the Spo-  Jtane fruit fair.  Alex Sharpe, superintendent of the  Boundary Creek .Mining and Milling  company's properties, is making arrangements to construct an aerial  tramway from the Gold Bug to the  railway. As soon as this is completed  regular shipments will be made from  the mine.. Already, a ton of high grade  ore has been sent to the Trail smelter.  The,shaft on the Gold Bug is down 80  feet...  .GAULFIELD <& LAMONT..  n,sr *  ^   �����  ^P^  DEALERS IN  SHELF AND    HEAVY    HARDWARE  ,.. GEANITE WARE, ETC, ETC, ,..  Dowsnell Washers, ��� Ajex and Royal Canadian Wringers, ��� Wire Screen Cloth, ��� Screen Doors.  y ��� >> / >> A Large  Consignment  of  Window Glass Just Received. ��� ��� ��� ������  ^#^##��  [F    YOU   Inspect  Our Stock And Get  Out* Prices  ***<',���*,'*  ^  Wecarry a full stock of merchandise incHidiiiir all kinds of staple and *��j^s  fancy (.'roceries. v^t/  Flour,   Feed, Vegetables,  Fresh   Eggs,    Fruits,    Cured ^^\  Meats,   Fuse,   Caps,   Powder,   Earthenware,     iihsssware, c,^V  Crockery. *��^  ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS AND MINING HARDWARE $<&>  Copper~Street,     ^     ���     s      Greenv/ocd, B. C, <^  The Pathfinder mine on the North  Fork is looking better ever day. :The  tunnel driven at a: depth of 85 feet on  No. 3'ledge is not a crosscut, but really  a drift. It is now in 142 feet, and iscin  ore all. the^way except for adistahce of  35feet. .The cnd'is-npw "directly underneath the big . surface cut. From the  former point a crosscut was started to  crosscut the ledge ;ri order to determine  the width of the ore at that depth. The  crosscut is now in 16 feet of ore, and  has not yet struck the hanging wall.  Seven feet was driven this week. The  drift will also be extended further. A  main working double compartment  shaft was started on Tuesday. It is  not expected that it will strike the  ledge until the 400-foot level is reached.  Crosscuts will be driven from intervening levels to the ore body. Recent assays give average values of $6.40 to $12  in gold, and from V/z to 6 per cent, copper. At the face of the crosscut in No.  3 ledge assays as high as $41.20 in gold  and %Yz per cent, copper were obtained.  Work oh the Humming Bird on the  north fork of,Kettle river, in the Boundary, was resumed last week. J. J.  McGauley of Rossland, who formerly  had charge of the Snowshoe mine in  Greenwood camp, will be the new  superintendent in place of Alex J. McMillan, who resigned in order to attend  to his private business. Eleven men  will be employed. It is proposed to  sink a winze in the drift for the purpose of determining the extent  of  the  Aid. Cameron returned on Tuesday  from the Lottie F., up the main Kettle  fiver, bringing with him several  samples of ore. There are four men  at work on the I,ottie F. Development  work is exposing a large body of ore.  The development of the Lottie F. will  be watched with interest as it appears  to contain an extraordinarily large  body of rich copper ore.    .  An error crept into the article on the  Review company, published in this ,  column last week. The capitalization  is $375,000 not' $500,000, there being  only 1,500,00 twenty-five cent shares.  This does not affect the treasury which  contains 500,000 shares.  F. P. Buck, of Sherbrooke,- Quebec,  is incorporating a company to acquire  the I/Ulo in Greenwood camp, a'prop-  erty acquired by him during his visit  here.  The secretary of the board of trade  has received a telegram from B. T. A.  Bell, secretary of,the mining institute,  regretting the inability of the members  to visit Boundary Creek.  STEAM LAUNDRY.  A, H, SPERRY & CO,,  ^mfmmmmfnmmmmm  ~ "    Is the Time to        1  Furnish Your House |  IgZ.        ��� '    DECEIVING   NEW     Latest consignment, containing Screens, Mirrors, Shades, Curtain ^S  2^;                 "                !                    ;                             Poles and Fixtures, Picture and Wall Mouldings, Refrigerators, ^S  |E              GOODS    DAILY . .         Etc. Etc.,  Just  Arrived    -     -   -   - ��|  ��~    furniture. UNDeRTAK,Na        j".   pv7.  GULL./EY <& OO.    Copper St, Greenwood. 5|  WH1 Be in Operation In a Very Short Time-  Plant is Ordered.  Greenwood will have asteam laundry  in a short time. A company is being  incorporated and the plant has already  been ordered. A meeting of those interested was held in Bealy company's  office on Wednesday last. The following proYision<il directors were elected:  A. T. Kendrick, G. H. Collins, J. H.  Macfarlane, W. M. Law, W. L. C. Gordon. Geo. R.Naden was appointed  tieasurer and E. H. Mortimer secretary. The capital of the company is  Si,000, divided into 10,000 fifty cent  shares.  MIDWAY NOTES,  Artistic Wall  Decorations.  There is not a leaf colored by Hie nrtiric touch  of autumn that pives the forest more beautiful  effects than the same colors blended by the  hand of an artist have yiveu to our fall stock of  Wall Papers. We offer the greatest variety of  patterns at the very lowest prices. We would  especially call your attention to our extensive  line of ingrains.  SMITH & McRAE,  Books. Stationery, Office Supplies, Etc.  Mr. Deans, of Eholt, was down on  Tuesday.  Messrs. Fred McLain and J.. Tuzo  are up the river on a hiintiM^- lri;).  J. Milton Martin, of the Crystal  Butte, Myers creek, was in town last  week.  James Atwood has gone to Sum:n:t  camp to do assessment work on ti:e  Wake and other claims.  Mr. Crowetl has gone over to Cascade for a few days. He expects to  move his family here shortly.  Mr. Casson, United States government agent for allotment of Indian  lands, passed through last week on his  way to Chesaw.  Messrs. C. O'Brien Reddin and J.  Donald of the Columbia Telephone  company,, were through on Wednesday  on a tour of inspection.  J. A. McLellnn. of the Seattle Post-  Intelligencer, was in town Wednesday.  J. O. Norboni left for Seattle, via  Vancouver, on Saturday.  The Corbin telegraph line will be  completed to Midway in a few days.  They will open their office in the building next to the butcher shop.  'Je*  ', CD  cr  .In  r<  ,'noy THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  J.  H.   IIALLETT.  H. C. SHAW  HALLETT &SHAW  NOTARIES    PUBLIC.  Cable Address: (iHAi.r.i;TT.''  ( Jiedford M'Neill's  -'.'^Tm-c   J Broomhall's  .oui.s       jiorcinfri-Neal's  ( Leiber's.  Codes  Greenvjood,  '' B. C.  DRINGLE  &   WHITESIDE,   ���  Barristers and Solicitors,  (notaries (pufifi'c, etc.,  Barrett Block, Copper Street,  greenwood.  /?.  S.   KERR,  Barrister and Solicitor,  Notary Puiilic.  greenwood,"n. c.  ' J.'K. IIKOIVN. ,.    ALF, HAIX, LI.. 11., 11. C. L  J. K. M. MOKKISON, I..I..1I. n  %<x% Q&rown ����� Qttormon  Barristers and Solicitors, Notaries  Public, Etc.  NadenrFlood Block, Copper Street Greenwood.  rr    W.. GROVES.     v  Civil & Mining Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor,  greenwood, b. c.  Mineral Claims Reported upon.  Underground Surveys.  New Clergyman.  Rev. W. Robins, B. A., curate of St.'  Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, has been offered the charge of the Church of England mission in Greenwood. Mr. Robins is a nephew of Dr. Go'tt, bishop, of  Truro, and a son of a well known  clergyman of Cheshire. lie. is about  30 years of age and unmarried. Bishop  Gott says of him: "He is exceptionally  devout, energetic and gifted in parish  work of all kinds,a good preacher and is  very successful in dealing with men."  Mr. Rotibihs is expected to arrive  shortly, but the exact date, is . not  known, i Archdeacon Peatreath will  viiiit Greenwood, the end of this month  to confer with the members of the  Church of England on church matters.  S.  A.  GUESS, M.A. n. 'A.  GUESS,'M.A.  Guess Bros.  CHEMISTS AND ENGINEERS.  Mining Properties Examined and Reported on.    (Estab. 1895). -  Greenwood! B. C. 0  QHARLES AE. SMAW, ���  Givil    Engineer,  ' <Bominion on6  (proUtncidf fitino gjurBegor.  ,���;'. GREENWOOD,       -B.C.  ARTHUR MOW AT,  (Jttinmg,  (gedf <B��fofe  : dnb JitBurance,' Q0tolet\  Greenwood,   v"'v   v   ���    B, C,  Lead Smelting- Bonus.  An Ottawa dispatch says: Mr. W.  G. Parmelee, deputy minister of trade  and commerce, left today for the  Pacific coast, to inspect the books of  the smelters. In. 1896 parliament  authorized a bonus of '$150,000 to assist  }he smelting in British Columbia of  silver-lead ores, there being three  smelter then in existence: The terms  of the bonus providsd for the payment  of not more than 50 cents per ton, and  the total'subvention was! divided over  five years, at the rate of S3O,OO0 per  year. As the term of the bonus has  nearly expired, the department considers it advisable to have the accounts  of the companies examined.  '   M;  n.   KEEPER.  Real Estate and /fining Broker  OFFICE   OVER   BANK   OF   B. N. A.  greenwood:      ;'  f^ORBES   M.   KERBY,  Assoc. Mem. Can. Soc. Civil, Eug-iuecrs,  (profrinctdf ��anc JsSumgo'r  ���-,   and; CIVIL ENGINEER,      ���  1--(ttofarg (puflft'c��� midway,   b.c.  ^ W. ROSS,  MINING AND SHARE BROKER,  ..      COLUMBIA, B. C. :  Boundary   and   Camp   McICinuey   properties  given especial attention.  F.    KETCHUM.  W. S. KEITH, M. 13.   '  KEITH & KETCHUM  GREENWOOD,   B. C.  Mining Properties Examined  AIMED    REPORTED   OT<.  REAL ESTATE AND. MINING  PROPERTIES.  . . . THE MART J. .  GAUNCE & WICKWIRE,  Agents,     I  Greenwood.  . A. BAUER! C.E., P.L.S.  VANCOUVER  . E. ASHCROFT.C.E.-.P.LS  GREENWOOD  BAUER &-ASHCROFT  (profji'nctof fiono |��urtiego��>.  (Joining ono Ct'urt (gngmcen'ns.  Mineral  Claims  Surveyed and Crown Granted  Land and Engineering Surveys  Flood-Nadcn Block,--   -    GREENWOOD, B C  Provincial. Politics.  Re verting then to provincial affairs,  Hon. Mr. Cotton who visited Rossland,  said there was not the slightest chance  of a dissolution this fall and that the  legislature would meet on the 4th of  January next with a clear '.majority.' of  two, that was assured for the government, ���;'������and it was expected that'this  would be increased. The only defections the government had were Hon.  Joseph Martin and Hon. D. W. Hig-  gins, and in travelling through the  country he had found, that the leaving  of the former out of the government  had been one of the most popular  moves ever made by a government,  while the cause of the latter's defection  was well known.'  As to the eight-hour law Mr. Cotton  said that had come to stay and the history of Nall legislation of this class  made it evident that there was never a  retrograde from a movement of this  kind. He thought eight hours twas  long enough for any man to work  underground,. and_he was well aware  that there was no trouble in Rossland  on account of the passage of the law,  but the people in whose interest it had  been passed might be well assured that  the law had come to stay.���Rossland  Record.  we came into the bonanza values. I  sampled the vein across the bottom of  the winze and the return was S48 in  gold. Two hand samples showed S601  and S673, respectively. To pick a  sample is impossible, as the ore does  not carry the visible indication of its  value. It is the typical Rossland.ore.  There is, however, a streak of about  eight inches in which high values are  found;     . ' .  "Water has bothered us so much in  both the shaft and winze that work has  been progressing -slowly., The company has ordered extensive machinery,  and it will be installed as soon as the  railroad can transport it. The plant  will comprise a pump, hoist ;arid' a  small compressor. .When this is in  place there will be good news from the  property, that is certain. It has all  the indications of making a great mine.  "The Diamond Hitch, Mammoth,  Bertha and War Cloud and adjoining  properties in the order named. On the  Bertha a 400-foot cross-cut tunnel is  being driven to tap the ore at a depth  of 300 feet. ' Favorable progress is  being made. On the War Cloud, which  is owned by a Spokane company, work  is progressing nicely, and the showing  is three to four feet of fine ore with  important showing with every foot of  progress^"���Grand Forks Miner.'  A Spokane paper says: "The number of miners emploj'ed in the Boundary country today reaches about 3,290.  The figures, of course, are only; approximate. This small army of toilers  is earning in wages monthly an  amount exceeding $315,000."   ��� -  SPR<  >TT.  NEXT  Greenwood, B.C.;"  DOOR TO TELEPHONE OFFICE.  G. M. HILLARY, B. Sc.  ASSAYER   AND  CHEMIST.  Graduate   of   McGill   University    in   'Mining'  Eufriueerinff.  GREENWOOD   -   -   B. C.  C,  H. ELLACOTT  U. Sc, A. M. Soc. C. E., D.L.S., P.L.S.  i ��� ,..,  Surveying and Engineering  undertaken in any part of  British Columbia.  Mining   Work    a    Specialty-.  COLUMBIA, B. C. �����,  Kcrby's Map of Wellington Camp.  Candies,   Tobaccos,  Cigars,  Druggirts' Sundries, Stationery, etc,  H. B. MUNROE, Greenwood.  Boundary    Valley   Lodge  No: 3 8. I.O.O.F.  I /YV'EKTS ererv  Tuesday  /   V    Evening "at   8.00   in  tlieir lodge room at Greenwood, B.C.   A cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourning  bretli-  enii Tubs. M\ Gullky, N.G.  Duncan Ross, Rcc. Sec.  A.   I=.   &   A.   M.  iGREE?JWOOD T^ODGE.fA. F. & A.M.  Regular   Coiniiiiiiiication   lirst    Thursday   in  ev.'rv  month.    Sojourning  brethren   cordially  invited. ' J.   C.   HAAS,  C. Scott Oai.i.owav. W..M. Secretary  The Diamond Hitch.  ,   A   great   strike  is  reported on  the  Diamond Hitch claim,   about  IS  miles  from Grand Forks.    Frank Stohechest,  who has  been employed  on the property for the past year, was in Spokane  with  news of the  discovery, says the  Spokesman-Review. In sinking a winze  at the tunnel face after tunneling on  the vein  for 30 feet, rich pre was eh-,  countered  at  a depth of about 12 feet  from the tunnel floor.    Mr. Stonechest  reports  three  assays   of  $84, $601 and  S673, and says there is a streak of six  or eight inches which shows values  of  over S600, while the $84 was an average  assay across the foot of the winze.  The Diamond Hitch and  Mammoth  | are ad-joining claims,   and  last spring  they'were consolidated and a company  was formed to operate   them.    Evan  Eans   was   the  principal owner of  the  Mammoth   and  S.   F.   Ralston  owned  the Diamond Aitch.   The consolidation  made   the   development    of   the   two  claims as one mine easy of accomplishment.    The properties have  long been  fanions, for .their surface sqowings, and  development is proving them far richer  than their owners ever believed.   ,  "The properties have been under development all summer," said Mr.Stone-  ches.t. "About 200 feet of work has  been done on the Mammoth. This consists^; of shafts and inclines on a vein  which is north and'south. It has been  prospected for a length of 250 feet, and  shows up favorably.  "Oh , the Diamond Hitch we have a  shaft down 50 feet, and a 12-foot crosscut was made from the foot of the  shaft which has shown up eight feet of  ot'e assaying S16 per ton on an average.  We have about 60 tons of this on the  dump. The ore is like that of Rossland camp. It is a quartz, matrix,with  p3-rrhoite, and carries but little copper.  The vein has been practical^- proven  for a distance of 200 feet by trenches,  crosscuts and prospect shafts. Two  hundred feet east of the shaft we  started a tunnel on the vein and ran it  30 feet. In the face we had three feet  of ore which assayed S30 per ton, and  and at that point wc started a  winzt      After   sinking    this  i??mmmmmmmmmmmm  B. C. Assay Office  ���s��'      ^i*      *A$  REEIABEE WORK.  GRDBNWOOD,    .     B. C.  iiiilillUllllUlliiUlilllllUllllUll  Established 1862.  ���     -      " A  Furniture |  ���i  Carpets     |  t  Linoleums I  e  T  Cork Carpet  Curtains  Wallpaper j  Complete House Furnishings.   I  A   larse  stock   of  Fine  and  .Medium   J  Priced Goods in above 1 itie's. I  Send for Samples and Prices���free.        |  QREBNWOOD is the financial  and commercial centre of the Boundary Creek district. It is the. supply-point  for die mining camps. From the city,  roads lead to the   m  Greenwood*  Deadwood,  Copper,     Summit,  Long Lake, Skylark,  White and Atwood,  Wellington,  Smith's,  .,And Other Boundary Creek Camps,,  -V^pV^ :<j :^U^<r<=r  Haye Branches in the City.  i  i  ^-.Ol-^fk^^f  For Price of Lots and other information, address  Robert Wood or C. Scott Galloway  Greenwood, Boundary Creek, B. C.  Or Apply to the Agents :  C. F. COSTERTON   A. I. STUART, J B. JOHNSON & CO.  Vlenon  V VNCOUVRR.  Rossland.  ?m  GREAT  Illl BROS., flCTORII. B.G.  To Commercial Travellers  and Public we are prepared  at all times to give you a  first class..........   Prospectors  save packing by buying, your outfits. at West-  bridpre 10 miles above Rock Creek.  at a reasonable rate to all  points south of Penticton  to Cascade City if desired,  SCHUBERT & BARNES  12 feet! Penticton, B, c.     Proprietors.  NOTE A FEW OF OUR PRICES.  Hams Vi'A cts.  Bacon ....1TJ^ cts  Dry Salt 15 cts  Sugar  8.35 cwt  Flour 2.25 sack-  Rice .......::.....:lo.lbs for$l  Pou-der 19c  case lot  Fuse $1 coil  Caps ...; $1 box  Jessop Steel .Il8c lbs  A Full Stock Now on Hand of Miners' and Prospectors Supplies.  Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Hardware, and Cent's Furnishings.  G.<0. GUISE,  SUCCESSOR TO  HERBERT & GUISE.  ���i  I  I  Vi��  \ %,���  .���-i^iiJrtlwiJ^^;���-;.'": ���; I  i    \  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIME  ORO: DENORO MINE  BIG  SHOWINGS   OF   COPPER   ORE  Railway Construction Uncovered a Monster  Ledee���Copper Ore Found Everywhere���  The Development Work.  W. A. Corbett,, the locator of theOro  Denoro* in Summit camp;  always believed .that he .was.the owner of a big-  property,, but   he   scarcely   imagined  that the hiU upon which" it is situated  was a veritable treasure vault or it  is  .hardlyVprobable that ; he would have  .transferred the'.property .to the King-  Mining-   company.. The  development  work by the.company, and the exposure  .    made by the contractors for the branch  from-,Eholt  to Greenwood camp have  demonstrated the fact that the hill contains   copper  of ��� hig-h   values.     The  branch line skirts around the'hill on its  way   to Greenwood camp.    For fully  . 300   feet  along- the side, the work exposed, copper ore that assays 20 to 25  per cent copper.    Development work is  necessary >to demonstrate the character  of this enormous body.    It is supposed,  however, that it contains three parallel  .-ledges that run back throug-h the hill.  This body of ore is one of ^the larg-est  in   the   district.    It possesses  the additional' merit of giving exceedingly  high   copper,  values.,  Railway  workmen, are, busy  throwing tons of hig-h-  grade copper over the side and carting-  it away to make "fills" in the roadbed.  A few tons have been saved and piled  along-   side   the   railway.     The   rich  pyritic ore glistens in the sunlight and  speedily attracts the attention  of the  .passerby, who cannot but be impressed  .with this new method  of exploring ore  bodies.  The writer visited the Oro Denoro  a  few days ago.    He found the work of  development being pushed under the  direction   of   David   O'Neill.    At   the  very, .summit   of   the   hill   has   been  erected  a- commodious shaft house in  which  has   been   installed  an engine  and hoist.   The shaft which is an exceptionally good one is  down  180 feet.  In 20 days  Mr. O'Neill expects to have  the shaft down 225 feet when crosscut-  ting will.begin.'- .Then the actual value  of the Oro TDenoro will  be clearly demonstrated.     The   shaft,   like ' short  tunnels, open cuts and everything else  on   the   Oro Denoro,  is in ore.    The  crosscut  must surely encounter zones  or ledges, or veins of ore which are exposed on the surface.  ,\.The  Oro .Denoro   will   have   every  facility for shipping ore.   The railway  passes around the rather precipitous  hill, about 100 feet below the top where  the shaftJiouse is situated, thus afford-  ing.a.goodia economic dump.  The Oro Denoro. is,at-present owned  by the-King-Mining company, limited.  The property was first bonded by Ross  .Thompson, "of Rossland;' The'. King  company was-then ��� incorporated and  the Oro Denoro;,transferred. Its capitalization is $2,000,000 divided into  thn: same number of shares. Of this  amount 500,000 shares were placed in  the treasury. The officers include  Geo. R.:.Maxwell, M. P.; president;  vice-president "and :- manager, Ross  ...Thompson', secretary, Angus McNish,  and Smith Curtis and Alex. J. McMillan are on the directorate. ' The shares  haye gone up rapidly and are in good  demand. Waldmar Wallach is at present in Scotland ..where shares in' the  company are being purchased at 35  cents..: Locally shares have sold for  this figure,although small lots are being  exchanged at 29 and 30 cents. ' No one  could; visit the. Oro Denoro and not  \come away convinced that the shares  are a "good buy" at this figure. The  visitor will come to the conclusion that  ��� the Oro Denoro must make a big mine  and consequently shares will increase  in value as development proceeds.  ������ Adjacent to the Oro Denoro is the  Emma claim which also has been  forced into fame by the operations of  the.railway builders. Indeed, the irrepressible newspaper man, writing from  Tacoma, has added a few millions to  Mackenzie & Mann's wealth, because  a ledge on the .property has been cut  by the railway. The railway grade  cuts through the vein for a distance of  60 feet; The ore is rich looking iron,  containing copper pyrites. It should  assay high in copper. The Emma is  owned by the Mackenzie-Mann syndicate and W. T. Smith, of this city.  W.'.A.  CARLYLE  GOING  TO SPAIN.  Will Manage the Famous Rio Tinto Copper  Mines.    .  Mr. W. A. Carlyle, at present general  superintendent of the properties of the  British .America Corporation in Rossland, has received the- appointment of  manager of the historic Rio Tinto copper mines in Spain.     , \;  No   other    Canadian   has  attained  such prominence as a mining expert as  has been given to Mr. Carlyle by his  connection with the 33. A. C- and the  success which has attained his operations for that company, and the appointment offered him' is in itself an  evidence that as a mine manager he is  in the very,front rank.  Great as the responsibility of his  present position is, -it can hardly compare in any degree with that which he  is", about to undertake, the Rid Tinto  being the largest mine of any description in the world; though it ranks only  third in the list of copper producers,  being surpassed by ; the Anaconda of  Montana, and Calumet-Hecla of Lake  Superior.' .''.-.-....-���..". o..;.....  The Rio Tinto, which is situated in  the province of Auelva, in the south of  ;Spain, at present employs' 14,000 men,  from which it will be seen that it is  operated on a very extensive scale, yet  though it has been worked from time  immemorial, and it is the oldest mine  now yielding ore, it bids fair to remain  one of the greatest copper-producing  mines for centuries to come. Over 2,-  000 years ago, long before those cunning miners, the Phoenicians, secured  the mine, leaving behind them, as the  result of their smelting operations, 20,-  000,000 tons of slag, good evidence that  the production of the mine in bygone  ages was enormous. These ancient  miners left 180 miles of underground  workings as evidence of their industry,  or the industry of their slaves.  The ore body of the Rio Tinto, is undoubtedly the most wonderful in all the  history of mining, in which history  the mine has from the beginning  played a leading part. ��� Practically the  only known limit to the ledge is its  width, which is 1,000 feet. The ore is  isolid pyrites, carrying 2.8 per cent,  copper. Last year the mine produced  1,500,000 tons of ore. Of this amount  800,000 tons were shipped and sold, the  remainder being treated on the ground  in the manner originated by the early  workers. The ore is placed on large  roast heaps, where, after being roasted  it is allowed to leach, the copper running out in the form of copper sulphate," to be precipitated as metallic  copper in large trenches filled with  scrap iron. This system of treatment  has been followed from time immemorial.  Last year the mine produced nearly  75,000,000 pounds of copper, and paid  l$4,500,000 in dividends. The amount  of profit yielded durjng the life of the  mine it is impossible to estimate, but  it would certainly^- cover the national  debt of every nation in Christendom.  The estimated value of the mine at the  present day may be told from the price  of the stock, ��& shares being quoted  on the market at over ��40, which  would make the market value of the  property $90,000,000. The stock is held  principally in England, Scotland and  France, the Rothschilds and their associates holding the control.    .  Mr. Carlyle expects to assume his  hew position.on January.1^ but will not  take charge of the Rio Tinto until  April 1, as it will take him fully three  months to familiarize himself with the  property. He will hand over the charge  of the B. A. C. properties to his successor, who has yet to be appointed, on  December!..   ���:/-:--\.-i   ,;.-���.���  Mr. Carlyle's salary as manager of  the Rio Tinto will, it is reported, be  not leso than $25,000 a year.���Rossland  Miner.        ,.',.:-.  S��j&-'4* 4* 4* 4* ^c 4"$* ���$"$* 4* 4"$* *��* 4"$"$* *&* *& 4* 4* 4*.4* 4s .4*3?  "<*  The Best Beer in Town is Made by The      *?*  lELKH@RNBRE��ERYt  J*    4��ASK   FOR  HARTINGER ;  &P0RTMANN  Proprietors, v  _  ( 4:  *5��   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 in the district��f=>  Just Opened ^  ��h3  PATERNIZE HOME INDUSTRY^  PHOENIX  A. P. McKenzie & Co.  Rossland.  Greenwood.  bland. ���A.^**.*-a. un  V^ l,lV m Tr��Str  fCVV^l LIAVITED    LIABILITY. *      f^f\  .QReaf (Bfitdfe <xnb (gtininoj (gxoUu, '  f inancial & Insurance Agents  L����G  CABIN.  J. J. MILLER, Prop.  GEO.   R.   NADEN.   Manager.  |��2     Dining Rooms will be open-  ^|5 ed on Sunday, August 13th.  pf3 MEALS AT ALL HOURS.  SI  %% Log Cabin Hotel Near Brewery.  m  * * * t  W. B. RICKARDS & C��-  ; ..Real Estate and Financial Agents.  Fire, Life and Accident  Insurance.  MINING BROKERS.  ..MIDWAY, B. C.  Mine Pumps  IMPROVED. SINKING PUMPS.  PISTON PATTERN. ���  This Pump is of comparatively lig-ht weight  easy to handle and gives unqualified satisfaction, It has no projecting- valve gear or rjarts  liable to breakages in handling. It is fitted  with convenient suspending hooks and is easily  repacked. Mine Superintendents and others  are invited to send for our catalogue and  figures before purchasing.  We manufacture a full   line of Pumps for  mine work.  ���  irtiiey If Coi Ltd.  Toronto, Ont.  CUNLIFFEA ABLETT  Agents at Rossland.  CORYELL'S MAP, Price $1.25.  Kcrby's Map of Wellington Camp, $1.00  A fine line of  Pipes,   Cigars/1  Tobacco  and Pouches  Just Received.  J. A. UNSWORTH,  Druggist  i> * <*  Midway.  MACK AY ���� WALK EN  Agents at Vancouver.  F0R3ALE  12 WORK MULES  9 PACK MULES  , If desired the Vendors can furnish aparejoes,  and pack saddles, and harness'for the above.  These animals are in first class condition, and  are all well broken., Offers to be made to the  Waverley Mine, Limited,'Albert canyon. The  animals are pasturing in the neighbourhood o  Kainloops.  Camp McEinney Hotel,  HUGH, CAMERON, Proprietor.  ������"���"JcT^     : v  Best Brands'of Wines, Liquors'and Cigars.  Good   Stabling.  * ��� GREENWOOD ��� *  THE GOLCONDA GROUP.  Eastern Capitalists Secure a Promising Property  , in Smith's Camp.   :  The new Golconda company which  is being- incorporated to acquire the  Golconda group, is capitalized for $1,-  500,000. Rufus Pope, M. P., is at the  head of the company and strong- financial men are interested with him.  The group is owned by J. C. Haas, M,  15., and Hon. Geo. E. Foster, ex-minister of finance. The group consists  of the Golconda, Gold Bed, Wild Rose,  Laocoon and York. They are situated  on a hillside in Smith's camp about  three miles from Greenwood. Throughout the properties runs a wide vein of  iron pyrites in a silicious gang-ueV  The greater portion of the development work has been done on the Golconda claim. The vein is from three  to eight feet wide. A 60-foot shaft has  been sunk on the vein. The first 20  feet is in solid ore. To the south of the  shaft, about 160 feet, is an open cut  exposing- the vein and there are two  open cuts to the north of the shaft.  There is also a tunnel about 75 feet in  length along- the vein. On the Gold  Bed there is an immense showing of  arsenicol iron which has been exposed  by about 400 feet of open cuts. The  ore carries, but little copper, but gold  values average $45.  Have you looked at your subscription label?  It will tell you whether you are in arrears  or not.  Dealers in Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Butter, Eggs, etc,  ,aV4  HEAVY   WAGON   SCALES   IN   CONNECTION   WITH   OUR   BUSINESS  Silver Street, Greenwood.  LIME 1  -."''���'���  LIME I >   ........ .  ���       LIME! 11  The only first class White Lime in  the Boundary.  ,  t$t  |  inote  ..j&fte-  Bitne  (E/0*f  Is 1  iow prepared  to furnish lime on  short notice  in  any Quantity  Enquire of  ���   ���   ���  W.E.MED1LL,  MGR.  THISTLE ::  " is the Best Scotch Whisky  ���AND��� -   '���     ;  SEAGRAM'S  The Best Canadian.  R. P.  SOI.E AGENTS :  RlTHET  &   CO.  .;    VICTORIA     B.C.   Ltd.  H.  KEMP....  ..J.  HOLMES  KEMP & HOLMES,  STORES  AND   WINDOWS  Capets Sewn, Laid and Gleaned,  PRIVATE NURSING  FOR GENTLEMAN....  Leave Orders at Henry Sauve's  Stand, Copper street,  H. STOECKE, Prop.  Prime  Beef, -'Pork, / Mutton, ��� Poultry, ��� Fish, ��� Ham,  Bacon and Lard,  The Public are Respectfully Invited to Give us a Trial,  COPPER ST.  GREENWOOD.  Fairview Drug And Book Store,  �� JOHN LOVE & CO; &  Druggists and Stationers  * # $  FAIRVIEW and CAMP McKINNEY.  $    *    #  A   full   line    of    Drug's,     Stationery,  Drug-g-ists Sundries.  Prescriptions   Carefully Com pounded.  STRAYED.  From Pliccnix, H. C, about 4th August, two  saddle horses, one a bay, branded �� on ri^hl  shoulder, and the other :i sorrel, branded f on  rig-lit shoulder. A suitable reward will be paid  to any person leavinj,' information at the  Pioneer hotel, Greenwood, that will lead ta  their recovery. J. A. MUNSON. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  Q^ountarj Cteeft Ctmes  PUBLISHED WEEKLV BY  The Boundary Creek Printlae & Publishing  .Company, Limited.  Duncan Ross ....:.. Editor.  W. J. Harbek.................:....... Manager.  SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER 16,  1899.  WISDOM FROM MIDWAY.  - Paul Johnson blundered. Before  giving expression to his views on the  mineral resources of Boundary Creek  he should have consulted the gentleman who is the editor of the Midway  Advance and the Midway correspondent of the News-Advertiser. Mr.  Johnson was certainly indiscret in  not securing data from this gentleman  .before venturing to make a speech.  He has had a long- arid successful experience in almost every mining country in the world, it is true, but still  he could profit by lessons from Jacob.  Had he consulted the Midway sag-e, he  would have, been; furnished with an  1895 copy of the "Mineral Industry,"  and could make up-to-date comparisons.  He would also have learned the possibilities of each property' in the district and the exact number of tons that  the mines can ship daily. Incidentally,  Mr; Johnson could have ascertained  the very best site for  a smelter.    He  .would also be relieved of the respbnsi-  bilityj.of figuring- upon the capacity of  the smelter or the kind of plant required to successfully, treat Boundary  Creek ores. Mr. Johnson is showing- a  great lack'of judgment in not allowing  the Midway man to do his thinking  and acting for him  THREE DOLLARS A DAY.  Duhing the last municipal campaign  there was a great deal of ^talking to  the gallery. The rights of working  men were championed, and the tyranny  of employers denounced. Shortly after  the election, those who really have the  interests of the working men at heart  and who believe in paying- g-ood wages  without making a noise, were gratified  to notice that the council declared in  favor of $3 per day on all municipal  work. Those who made the noise,  however; have failed to carry out the  the principle of good wages.1 Recently  a contiact was awarded for. grading  Center street. Some contractors put  in tenders under the impression that  the $3 a day rate was to be enforced.  The tender was awarded to a contractor  without any stipulation regarding the  rate of wage, and men are being employed at a much less rate than $* a  day. If $3 per. day is a fair rate of  wage, it should be paid on all city  work, irrespective of whether work is  being done by contract or day labor.  Workingmen ought to have learned ere  this that their best friends are not  those who make the most noise.  THE LEADING MEN'S FURNISHING STORE, GREENWOOD.  Fall and Winter Goods Arriving Daily in Large Shipments.  HERE ARE A  FEW  EYE-ORENERS . .  .  Men's heavy shoes, per pair, from .���  $2 00  Men's pants, all sizes, per pair, from    2 00  Men's Sweaters, each, from    1  Men's Top Shirts, each, from   Men's Underwear, per suit, from :.    1  Men's Suspenders, per pair, from   Men's Hats from '.     1  Men's Caps from   Children's Shoes, per pair, from   THE  SEMLIN GOVERNMENT.  .. Certain opposition papers are howling at the lieutenant-governor because  he fails to dismiss the Semlin government. They base their arguments upon the assumption 'that Mr. Semlin  does not command a majority of the  legislature and that it was for this reason that the Turner government was  dismissed. While their argument may  be sound, the opposition papers do not  inform the lieutenant-governor regard  ing   the   substitution   for the Semlin  He would thereby I government.   The Semlin government  escape hardwork^and^a great^deal^of | is weak; the opposition  is weaker.    If  a government be necessary it is good  Full Lines of Ladies, Men's and Children's Rubber Goods  ank oi Montreal  Capital,  Rest   all paid up,  $12,000,000.  ..$6,000,000.  ���    President:  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal.  Vice-President:  Hon. George A. Drummond.  General Manag-er E. S. Clouston.  *    #    *  Branches in London (England),  New York, Chicago,  And In the principal cities in Canada'.  $    #   #  Buy and Sell Sterling Exchange and  Cable Transfers-;   Grant Commercial  and Travellers'  Credits,  available  in  any part of the World.  Drafts issued, Collections made, etc.  Greenwood Branch,  P. J. FINUCANE, Manacer  THE . CANADIAN  responsibility. Mr. Johnson has still  time to profit by the vast amount of  wisdom that is gratuitously furnished  by the gifted arid versatile townsite  agent, editor and newspaper correspondent. I<et him read this week's  Midway Advance,. or last Sunday's  News-Advertiser and we feel confident  that in the future all his actions will  be governed by the suggestions of the  Midway sage.  THAT STREET GRADE.  It was amusing:... to watch iAid.  Sutherland while Mayor Kardy- was  announcing the strong determination  of the street committee to follow the  profile irrespective of the damage  caused to property in the city. Aid.  Sutherland is not slow to denounce the  folly of the work on Copper and Greenwood streets and doubtless he was  praying for the power of a Demos-  lhenes to repudiate the mayor's contention that the street committee are a  unit in. favor, of the work. Unconsciously the mayor in his anxiety to  place the responsibility on last year's  street committee, condemns his own  course. In his peculiar elegant language he tells the,, council that the  work of last year and the grade were a  disgrace to any committee on the continent. In the next breath he states  that the street committee of which he  is the head, are going to adopt the  grade without the slightest variation!  If the grade is a disgrace why should  it be so religiously followed? Is it because it entails a great loss upon his  municipal opponents?  Aid. Sutherland is naturally a man  of common sense and good judgment.  He allowed himself to be a voting machine to satisfy one man's egotism.  He can redeem himself by taking the  same sensible stand at the meetings of  the council that he does in private".  policy   to keep the present one until  material for another is available.  THE TRUNK ROADS.  There are four trunk roads connecting the mining camps with Greenwood.  Within the city limits they are certainly in an'almost impassable condition. Before the money is all misspent in the center of the city; aldermen ^who are not wedded to a certain  grade, should insist that Government  street is made passable to the Elkhorn  brewery; .Greenwood street graded  from the reservoir; the road from Anaconda repaired, and also,.the road to  Deadwood; camp.  One engineer, built the Greenwood  street flume on street grade; another  engineer gave the grade for RendeU's  block; a third put in the hydrant at the  corner of Copper and Greenwood  streets. All three are on the same  grade arid all three are now eighteen  inches above grade. Were the three  engineers wrong or is there a "nigger  in the wood pile?"  SPECIAL BARGAINS OFFERED IN UNDERWEAR.  Our    Genuine    Fleece-Lined    Underwear,    All.   Sizes,  ONLY $2 A SUIT.  Our Heavy-Grain,  Nailed Wide-welt Men's Shoes    $3 95  Our Easy Walking Shoes.       2 75  And Don't Forget  Our Champion Overalls $1.00 a Pair.  Large assortment of gray and white all-wool Blankets  and Comforters, as cheap as they are warm. We solicit  your inspection of the above goods,: irrespective of buying.  NOTE NAME AND ADDRESS:  Cbe lUbite Front Store,  Government St,   >  N��tDoortoPoBtoiE��        Greenwood, B. C.  THE  Head OfficeA/ TORONTO.  Established 1867.  Paid-up Capital * �� $6,000,000,  [Six Million Dollars.!  Rest $1,000,000.  PRESIDENT.  HON.   GEO.   A.   COX.  B. E. WALKER,  General Manager.  J.  H. SUMMER,  Asst. General Manager.  Yale Lumber Company  ^Manufacturers and   Dealers in all Kinds of  as #& *& ���$* 4�� &>&'&>���$��� 4* *$���#  FIRST SHIPMENT OF  UNBUSINESSLIKE METHODS.  Clothing  Hats and  Caps,  Rough and Dressed Lumber  Shingles, Lath and Mouldings.  Telephone 36.  Office j     Corner Copper and  Dundee Streets, Greenwood  The ratepayers themselves are much  to blame for the useless expenditure of  their   money.    Last   year the   Times  strongly urged that the work  be done  according to the schedule furnished by  the city engineer.    This year, before  the  money b y-laws -were  voted upon,  the   Times   took   the   ground   that  a  schedule  of   the    contemplated   work  should   be made   part of the by-law.  Had the ratepayers insisted upon  this  precaution, the council would be forced  to spend the  money where   improvements are   most   needed and   not on  streets that have already been graded.  There is nothing new about this suggestion.   It is done in  all cities where'  municipal affairs  are   conducted in a  business way.    The present haphazard  method of spending money  can   result  only in confusion.    We venture  to assert that not Dne member of the council has an accurate idea of the amount  of money left for further improvements.  Neither the street committee or finance  committee have reported on the amount  of work done or the cost of the same.  They are apparently going ahead until  the bank calls a halt.  4��  4*  ��$��  4��  * JUST ARRIVED.  4��  FOR FALL  This Bank has the largest number, of  Branches of any Bank in Canada, with  Agencies at New York, Chicago, New  Orleans, Skagway arid Dawson City.  Accounts of Corporations, Merchants,  and Individuals received on favorable  terms.  ��� Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travel  lers' Credits, and Circular Notes issued  available in any part of the World.  Approved Notes Discounted, Collections made.  A general Banking business transacted/   ���.  Greenwood Branch,,,.  D.  A.  CAMERON,  1 Manager.  THE  BANK   OP  Established in 1836.  Incorporated by Royal Charter.  Paid-up Capital $4,866,666  Reserve Fund $1,460,000  London Office:  3 Clement's Lar.e, Lombard Street, E. C.  Court of Dikectoks<:o  J. H. Brodie, John James Carter,  Gaspard  Farrer, Richard H. Glyn, Henry I. R. Farrer,  Ed. Arthur Hoare, H. J. B. Kendall, J. J. Klrigs-  ford, Fred Lubbock, George D. 'Whatman.'  Secretary, A^ G. Wallis.    ���/:  Pead office in Canada: St. James St., Montreal  H. Stikeman, general manager.   '  J. Elmsley, inspector.  London,  Branches in Canada:  Brantford,     Hamilton,   Toronto,  W.M. LAW <& CO.  *  F. J. MITCHELL  IN   THEl 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.  HAS JUST  RIEGEIVED  A LARGE  SPRING # SUMMER  SUITINGS.  PERFECT TIT GUARANTEED.  Greenwood St,      Greenwood,  Moutreal. 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. Atlih and Bennett, B. C. :  Agents in the United States::  Spokane���Traders' National Bank and Old  National Bank. New York���(52 Wall street)  W. Lawsori 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  Band of Australia, Bank of New Zealand.  India, China and Japan���Chartared 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.  .-/nONEY SAVED-.  Is Money Made.  YOU can save money  by buying your,,, ,  Kettle River.  First-class Accommodation.   Good Stabling.   Stopping Place for Stages.  McAULEY 6 KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors,  -AT-  ���COPPER STREET���  GREENWOOD,   B.   C. 11  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIM'ES,  TRAINS ON  MONDAY.  KETTLE   RIVER  MINING   DIVISION.  Passengers  Will Be Broueht in Every Other  Day to Columbia.  L,ast week's Record stated that passenger trains would be running on the  new railway into the Boundary in two  weeks. This is literally true and was  corroborated by Assistant Chief Engineer Sullivan and Superintendent of  Construction Jack Stewart this morning. "The following from Chief Engineer Tyle tells the story:  "We will take over the road from  Robson to Grand Forks from the contractors some day next week, and run  the first passenger train on Monday,  the 18th. We will run from Robson to  Grand Forks on Mondays, Wednesdays  and Fridays, and from Grand Forks to  Robson on Tuesday, Thurdays and  Saturdays. Will make connections  with the Crow's Nest Pass and Rossland trains.    Time table to follow."  This, means, as stated in the last  issue of the Record, that trains will  leave Rossland and Nelson about 7 a.  m., and on alternate days depart'for  Grand Forks also in the morning.  The Rossland Record of Thursday  says" that; the rate" from Rossland to  Cascade Citv is $5.95, and $6.95 to  Grand Forks, but it is probable that  passengers will have to re-purchase  tickets, at Robson on account,of the  road not being turned over to the traffic department yet.  Next week some of the C, P. R. inspectors will go over the road as far as  it is completed, after which it will be  turned over to the operating,' department. There has been rumor of an excursion of Rossland and Nelson business men to the Boundary on the first  passenger train, but this will be deferred, as the requisite rolling stock is  not yet at hand.���Cascade Record.  Record   of Mineral Locations for the Week  Ending September 13, 1899.  September 6.  Copper Glance, Copper creek, T. Kane, et al.  Copper King, Copper creek, T. Kane, et al.  September 7.  Lucile, Cedar creek, R. R. Burruss.  Evergreen, Cedar creek, R. R. Burress.  Silver-Tip, Cedar creek, Joe Burress.  Toronto Boy, Providence camp, J. S. Bruce.  Showery Day, Long Lake, M. Bellefontaine.  Uno, Long Lake, Jas. Dunn.  September 8.  Parrington, Copper creek, James Ryan.  Uranus, Copper creek, Jas. Ryan.  Toledo, Copper creek, Sandy Mclutosli.  Pearl. Cedar creek, H. Mathis.  Climax, Kettle river, C. Henderson.  Enterprise, Kettle river, W. B. Riley.  Monarch, Kettle river, J. C. Riley.  September 11. '  Over Haddton, Rock creek, S. Goodove. ,  Forpaw, Cedar creek, Adolph Seren.  King Solomon. Cedar creek, J. Christian.  Big Four, Copper creek, L. Ouellette, et al.  London, West Copper camp, J. E. Hooper.  Lucky Jim, West Copper camp, J. A. Stack.  B. C. West Copper camp, G. M. Barrett,  No. 2, Kimberly, Dan Cook.  GANG  OF   ITALIANS . USE .KNIVES.  But Fortunately No One Was Damaged Beyond  Repair.  Last Monday night Officer Darrough  gathered in a number of Italians who  got mixed up in a cutting scrape near  the railway bridge, over the gorge.  Incidentally, in the melee, two or three  of them were chopped up considerably,  necessitating several stitches by the  contractor's surgeon.  It appears that these sons of sunny  Italy, some of whom bear' the euphonious titles of Vestione Gallo, Frank  Scalzo, S. Piccolo, Joe Garcia, etc.,  etc., were railway .laborers," and' had  came down from the camp, a few miles  west of town, to do some tradingaS&dn  the return they got into a,quarrel as to  the wisdom of putting the hand-car on  the track when a train was expected at  any minute. Not agreeing,'a general  carving match followed, with the result as above stated.  Wednesday evening Justice of the  Peace Rochussen heard the case and  one of the men was fined $50.���Cascade  Record. ���  Certificates of Work.  September 6.  Emma, Titos. Kane.  September 7.  Saxon, C. F. Tasherean.  September 8.  Maze, J. C. Rielly.  Black Diamond, J. C. Rielly.  Anvil, J, C. Rielly.  Columbia, J. C. Rielly.  September 9.  Scryyr, G. Birtsch, et al.  Met'alic, G. Birtsch.  Lilly, G. Birtsch.  Gold Dollar, fraction, Ed. Sullivan.  S<, Louis, Geo. Riter.  , , September 12.  Rejected, W. H. Conklin, et al.  Golden Gate, John Emdal.  September 13.  Queen Bee, Arthur Hill.  Gold Bed, J. C. Hass, et al.  Paragon, C. JE. Shaw.  Nappa, C. JE. Shaw.    (, ,  Lulu, C. M. Shaw.  Big Four, C. jE. Shaw.  Black Bess, Wm. Marshall.  Certificate of Improvements.  September 5.  North Starto C. L. Thomas and R. Wood.  Transfers.  September S.  Barrow, 1-6 interest, H. J. Mogridge to F,  Parker, et al.  Briton, all interest,D. Richards to E. C.Brown.  Early History, S. C. Richards to E. C.  Brown.  Gem, fractional, all interest, Wm. Rowe to Gilbert Mahon.  Gold Drop, all interest, Prospecting Syndicate  to Jewel Gold Mines, limited.  Massachusetts, all interest, Prospecting Syndicate, to Jewel Gold Mines, limited.  Gem, fractional, Imperial, Blackmail, fractional, all interest, Gilbert Mahon to Jewel  Gold Mines, limited,  ���  September 12.  Barnato, fraction, Yx interest, Sam Larson to  V. R. Swauson.        "  Riverside, % interest,   Sam   Larson to V  Swauson.  Barnato, J$ interest, V. R. Swansou to Sara  Larson.  September 13.  Jack Pot, T/i interest, R. M. McEntiretoJ. M.  Stephens..       . ���  News of the Rathmullen.  Mr. J. M. O'Toole of .this city,- who  for tHe past four months has had personal-charge of the development on  the^Rathmullen ^property,' returned to  Rossland on Sunday leaving Tom  Burden in charge of the work. Mr.  O'Toole said yesterday that for awhile  he would look after his own affairs and  later on would return to the Rathmullen.  During the four months Mr. O'Toole  has been in charge a great deal of work  has been accomplished. A complete  hoisting plant and a three-drill compressor has been installed, a 78-foot  shaft has been sunk and a crosscut has  been driven 85 feet from the bottom of  the shaft cutting the ledge at 55 feet.  Mr. O'Toole said yesterday that 'the  ledge will show a width of from 20 to  25 feet. Twelve men are now engaged  sinking the shaft to the 200-feet level  and excellent progress is .being made.  The main work has been done oh the  Maple Lyeaf, but the company now owns  a bunch of 16 claims and a considerable  sum of money ; has been expended in  prospecting all these claims under Mr.  O'Toole's supervision. A good wagon  road has been constructed from the  C. P. R. line of railway up to the mine  buildings erected on the Maple Leaf  and trails have" been cut from this  .point to all the other claims. The line  of the Columbia & Western railway  will very shortly be completed to the  shipping point oh the company's property, and the management state that  it is their intention to commence the  shipment of ore on the turn of the  year. ,  Hare-Brained Scheme.  A Victoria special to the Nelson  Tribune says : The latest hare-brained  scheme of the political mugwumps represented by the Victoria Globe is to  circulate a petition for the dismissal of  the lieutenant-governor. The text of  the petition has been published and  fails to include any valid reason which  might be urged. Meanwhile, the  Vancouver News-Advertiser joins today in the denunciation of W. W. B.  Mclnnes for his anarchistic preaching,  and there are those who say that if  Mclnnes, in turn, were to tell what he  knows of Cotton's political plans something stirring might result. For instance, if it could be shown that  Semlin and Cotton have recently repeated Turner's folly of inviting Mclnnes to join the cabinet the lieuent-  ant-governor might be moved in  self-defence to show his resentment of  what would be called at attempt to improperly influence him. It is said that  the lieutenant-governor is not impressed with the strength or popularity of  his ministry, but is at a loss for a  proper man to replace Semlin.  THE HUNTER-KENDRICK CO'Y  VICTORIA, B.C.  LONDON, ENG  VANCOUVER, B. C.  J. K. Gill, superintendent of inland  revenue, Victoria, J. E. Miller of the  Vancouver office, and Hugh Mc-  Cutcheon of Nakusp, arrived in the  city Monday evening. Mr. McCutcheon  succeeds A. K. Stuart as collector of  inland revenue in the city. He will  also be customs officer for here. Messrs.  Gill and Miller left for home via  Penticton on Tuesday,  Free Miners' Certificate Fees.  The following scale will show the  fees to be charged for free miners'  certificates covering only a portion of  the year : Certificates issued between  June 1st and 18th, $5; between June  19th and July 6th, $4.75 ; between July  7th and 24th, $4.50; between 25th and  August 11th, $4.25; between August  12th and 30th, $4 ; between August 31st  and September 18th, $3.75; between  September 19th and October 7th, $3.50 ;  between October 8th and 26th, $3.25;  between October 27th and November  14th, $3.00; between November 15th  and December ' 2nd, $2.75 ; between  December 3rd and 20th, $2.50 ; between  December 21st and January 7th, $2:25 ;  between January 8th and 25th, $2;  between January 26th and February  12th, $1.75 ; between February 13th and  March 2nd, $1.50 ; between March 3rd  and 20th, $1.25; between March 21st  and Ayril 7th, $1 ; between April 8th  and 25th, 75 cents ; between 26th and  May 13th, 50 cents ; between May 14th  and 31st, 25 cents.  TURNER, BEETON   &   CO,  WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS.   SHIPPERS   AND  IMPORTERS.  BRANCH    ���    ���    ,    +   ���   NELSON, B, C,  CIGARS, DRY GOODS,  Carpets, China Matting, ^  Tents, Ore Bags,  KOOTENAY  LIQUORS,  Tobaccos,  Boots,  ���WRITE   FOH   CATALOGUE.  ammmmmmmmri^  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given 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 oil the premises known  as the Log Cabin Hotel, situate on Government  street, near the citv limits.     J. J. MILLER.  Greenwood, July 22,1899,  ;'Head'.Office, and Works at  Belleville, Ont.  Branch Office and Works at  Trail, B.C.  the flitac (Machine ���o��� Limited,  Manufacturers of  Ait*  Compressors,  Roc Drills, Hoisting   and .Stationary Engines, Boilers,  Ore Trucks, Ore Cars, Ore Buckets, etc.  Agents for Knowles Steam Pump Works.  Our Shops at Trail are most complete,  consequently  we  are in  a position   to handle  all  1 kinds of Repairs.   If you are troubled with your Drills freezing, or wish to  save money buying repairs, then  USE   OURS.  ^iaiiiiaiiuiuauiiiiiiiuiaiuiiuiiuiiiiuauiiiiuiiiiiiiiiuuiiiiiiiiuaiaiiuuiuiiuaiiiaiiiuii^  FOR   TUNNELS,  MINES   AND  QUARRIES  Straight Line Duplex and Compound  OOMRELTE   MINE   EQUIPMENT.  JAMES    COOPER    MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Limited  MONREAL,  P.O.  Branch   Office, ROSSLAND, B, C, JAMES  D, SWORD, Manager. 6  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  O     O  o   o  THE OENTEROF THE'SIMILKAMEENDISTRICT.       A   MINING   AND   AGRICULTURAL  "^���?'I'V ... . OENTER . ;.-.", . ;,':^/;;  :>���������  so  THE BUSINESS STREET,  m  Third Avenue 100 feet wide,  Lots 30x150, Comer Lots $150,  Inside Lots $100,  OTHER STREETS,  .C0RM&  lenns-1-3 cash, # Balance in three^^^^im  Bealey Investment >& Trusts Company.  -    L1AUTED.  For Further Particulars  General Agents,  Greenwood, B, C  :fc.'H/:PARK^^  > E-BULLOGK WEBSTER- Keren^ebs,  if Y OF KEREMEOS.  THE METROPOLIS OF SMILKAMEEN  Hits Been Placed on the Matket���The  or; Rrlch Aerlcultursl District and  ^Properties of Great Promise.  Center  Mlnlns  Towrisiting has become so prevalent  in southern British Columbia that it is  almost epidemic.    Almost every piece  "  of leyet'country has been subdivided or  is "being-" reserved "for "townsite   purposes.     Many   have   no   merit   while  others are sure to grow.    A townsite is  justifiable when it possesses  those advantages that-attract  trade.    If  it is  the natural center of a   rich   mining-  section or a rich  agricultural-section,  it is sure to grow.    Trade has  a habit  of following natural channels and  the  natural center is  always  the big business town of i district.  Keremeos,   the    latest   town   to   be  placed in the market, has bothv" advantages.    It is the center of 20,000  acres  of the richest-landiin theiprovince and  in the hills on, either side of the rich  and  beautiful" valley  are some of the  largest mineral showings in  the province.- ��� ���,���'���.-....���....... ,71  Keremeos is situated on the Smilka-  meen driver,' at the mouth of Keremeos  creek.-' It is 45 miles .from Princeton,  andi about IS miles from the international boundary.line.:, Then it is the  natural point to which the mineowners  of Twenty Mile creek, Keremeos creek,  andi Oolala creek will come to secure  supplies and : transact business. Considerable has already been written of  the big and promising showings in the  locality. Development work- has uncovered big.ledges of copper ore". .There  are also ledges of arenical iron giving-'  high gold values, and on ��� Keremeos  creek, adjacent to the town, are two or  three free-milling properties.  Keremeos townsite contains 160 acres,  all level land. The land has been well  subdivided. The main street is 100  feet wide and the lots have a 30-foot  frontage. The townsite is owned by a  syndicate, represented by Geo. R. Na-  den of Greenwood.  THE CITY COUNCIL.  Street   Grades   Provoke a Hot Discussion-  Donations to Fair.  Mayor   Hardy,  Aids.   Wood,   Galloway,  Sutherland  and Beath were the  members of the council present  at the  regular meeting on  Monday evening.  The   city   engineer   reported   having  given grades  for  Fletcher's, Masonic,  and  Delsheimer's  buildings,  and  the  report   was   filed.    Silver  street residents petition the council to turn some  of the money being spent in their direction.    The matter was referred  to  the  street  committee.    Several bills were  referred to the financial committee.  The Standard Publishing company's  request for $25 for 25 copies of the annual was refused.  Mr. Barnard will be informed that  the council cannot make any reduction  in   taxes  on  account of the'Windsor  hotel ffre.  The building committee have accepted John -Robertson's plans for the  city . hall. Work has already been  started.  Aid. Galloway reported that Mr.  Shaw uwas> engaged., in making.a survey of the tramway from Greenwood  to Phoenix.  ,' The council decided to exempt the  hospital grounds from taxation.  '  Aids. Galloway,' - Wood and -Sutherland- -were appointed - a:- committee- to  attend to scavenger matters.  Thos. < Miller, Wm.. Law and Jas.  Kerr interviewed the council "relative  to securing money to defray the expenses' of ah- exhibit -to the:Spokane  fair. Mr. Miller, made a strong talk in  favor of a" big voteV'and the council decided to- place $150 at the disposal of  the committee.  Chief Henton urged, the council to  open an alley betweenx.Copper and Silver streets. He also reported that fire  insurance companies had refused to  donate ahythihg\..tbwards the fund to  purchase a hose wagon.  The meeting ended in a brilliant display of fire works."-- The^principals being Mayor Hardy,and Aid. Galloway.  The mayor said: "We are going to  call for. tenders for sidewalks in a few  days-andtwant. to-lay,-asidewalk on the  north side of.Greenwood street. Them  people have' a; stone . wall but- on the  street and it: should-be-lowered to the  street level.v I want the council to take  action."  .��� Aid.   Galloway::-r"The   street, committee   decided.;:- far   more-, important  questions without asking the council. J  They might decide=thiSralso."  '   Mayor Hardy:;  "What more import  ant questions did the  street committee  decide?"  Aid. Galloway:-; HWell, they decided  to cut down the street to the present  level without reference to the council."  Mayor Hardy:' "I want to tell you  and some- of-those, calamity howlers  that we are following a grade and are  going to follow it."' ��� If last year's corn-;]  mittee had done its duty there wouldn't  be so much kicking now. The grade  is, I say, a shame and disgrace to any  street committee or' engineer on the  continent. The engineer is doing the  work according to profile."  Aid. Galloway: "Why don't you remove the wall if its in the way of the  grade. You moved the earth and  boulders���you might ��� move the wall as  well."  The mayor: "We. don't want to do  that."  A motion.to adjourn brought the discussion to a close.  WINERS. and : :  PROSPECTORS  should Wear   : :  Ames Holden Co.'s  ^ ..".Columbia"  " Kootenay "  V Vancouver  All qf which are.First.class. Foot Wear  W. J. Snodgrass & Sons, Prop's.  Leaves Penticton at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays,  aim Saturdays for CampfMcKinney, j  Rock Creek, Midway, Anaconda, Greenwood, j  Carson and Grand For.cs.  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.  s(9r-'Will sell-.throug'h.Tlcketsi to; Vancouver,  Victoria, Seattle or Portland.  ^auaauiiauiiUiiiiiUUiiUiiuiUiauaiiiiUiUiauii.^  s !��'Hlnerai;Act^l896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  ��� .(������'"������';;r.'is;NOT10B.;.,"r'..',-.';{i;-;  YUCON Mineral Claim, situate in .the Kettle  River, ftfining, .Division of Yale District.  '- li- Where located ':'  In Long-. Lake camp.'  TAKE.^OTICE that,I. Isaac ,H..Hallett, as  agent for Nichols Garland, Free Miner's  Certificate No.' 19661a, intend,,sixty, days, from  the date hereof, to apply, to .the Mining- Re-  corderfora Certificate .of- Improvements, for  the.purpose of obtaining a Crown 'Grant, of the  "above claim. -'  ,. And:further , take  notice: that.action,,uitder  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate'of Improvements.  Dated this 13th day of July, 1899. . X  V. >������ ' ";i.~H. HAtLETT.  CABLm ADDRmOB.  ���MAORI.  OOOM,  MOMMO al HEAL.  BOUNDARY: CREEK  THOS, MILLER.   MANAGER.  '^REkALESTATE, {MlNES^lUjSURA^k'B.  vm��<�� .'"���' ��� ���    ���^���������   ��� ������-��� ���    .-,~".~'    ���     ~''        "        '     ~���" ~��� y*-  .22 Office : Corner Copper and Dead wood Streets. " ����  ^GREENWOOD,       :::        B.C.i��  ;k:;.! MINERAL.-.!.'ACT,,, 1896. ,  Certificate : of-y Improvements.  ..    ���,���';.:���:.     ;-;': V  (NOTICE'..  'WREN. .Tmineral:cjaim. situate In .the 'Kettle  ' '*. 'River  Mining  division  "of Yale  district.  . f.-ji.Where located: ;: In.Wellingtqn.camp.  nr^XE. notice    that .1,    Robert   .Densler,  i7*^;ree ' Miner's vfcertcficate N.6.' 19074A intend, rsixty,, days .from the. date hereof, ��� to  apply to the Mining Recorder fof a certificate  of improvements, for ,the. purpose of; obtaining  a'Crown grant of the above claim, -"-,  "An'd-further -take'-nqtice that actions under  section 37, mustbe commenced before the issuance of such certificate qf improve'ineuts.   ,.  ? Dated this 4th day of-Aufi-ust, 18$.  BOARD OF TRADE.  Business Transacted at   a; -Special   General  Meetlnir.  ; There was a larg-e' attendance at the  special general meeting- of the Greenwood board of trade, held in Rendell  hall. Wm. Law and Mayor Hardy reported having had a conference.with  ���Messrs. McMullen and Crowhurst who  were   looking- for   a site for machine  shops.' The gentlemen did not accept  ,a reasonable proposition made to them.  \ W.T. Smith, F. Keffer, J. H. Mac-  'farlane, and A. Fisher were elected  members.  ��� By-laws were passed, initation fee  being fixed at $10, and quarterly dues  at $2.50.  ���President Galloway reported* the  steps which had been taken in reference to the tramway to Phoenix. Some  discussion ensued but action was deferred until the scheme assumed more  tangible shape.  The board decided to send a good exhibit to the Spokane fruit fair. "W. T.  Smith was appointed to take charge of  the exhibit and Messrs. Wm. Law,  Thos. Miller and James Kerr were appointed a committee to collect $350 to  defray the expenses. Suitable adver-:  tising literature will be sent with the  exhibit.: The secretary was authorized  to collect initiation fee and pay outstanding bills.  " MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate  of   Improvements.  /--NOTICE.       .' ���  COPPER FARM Mineral claim situate in the  Similkameen Mining- Division of Yale  District. Where located: ��� On Copper  Mountain adjoining the Vancouver mineral  claim on the West.  TAKE NOTICE that I,- F. W. Groves, acting as atrent for Charles Saunders,  free miner's certificateNo. 19071A, 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 July, 1899.  V. W. GROVES.  -....-   MINERAL  ACT,; 1996.   .  Certificate'., of. Improvements.  NOTICE.  HELEN H. GARDNER m^eral cla,imi situate  in the Similkameen Mailing Division of  Yale District.-.-rWhere located : pri Copper  Mountaiu, adjoining the Sunset mineral  claim on theSouth. '..������'.. '  T^AKE NOTICE.thafl, F; \V. Groves acting  .-.-J. . as agent tfot Jessey F.: Miller, Free  Miner's certificate No. 14359A and R;Stevensou  .Free Miners certificate No. 88596, intend, sixty  'days from: the date ; hereof, to 'apply- to the  mining, recorder for.,a,.certificaie of, improvements for the' purpose of obtaining "a crown  grant to the above claim. .-���-   '.   .  .,.. And further tafie notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced-before the issu-  ,auce of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 6th day of July, 1899.  .-'..F.-W. GROVES^  Smith Curtis was in city for several  days this week. , He is as enthusiastic  as ever about the Oro Denoro.  Mr. R. J. Bealey, senior member of  the Bealey Investment and Trust  company, and Mrs. A. La Chappelle,  of Oregon City, were married at the  Episcopal church, Portland, on the 6th  inst. Mr. Bealey has a host of friends  throughout the Kootenay and Boundary Creek who extend congratulations.  MINERAL  ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  CITY VIEW Mineral Claim, situated in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District.  WhereLocated : In Skylark camd.  TAKE NOTICE that I, E^ A. Bielenberg,  free miner's certificate No, 2S867 A, 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 sueh certificate of improvements.  Dated this 12th day of August, 1899.        26-7  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned William C. McDougall will apply  to the Assistant Commissioner of Land* and  Works, for the ��� District of Osoyoos in the  County of Yale, thirty days after publication  of this notice, for a license to prospect for Coal  on the following land; Initial post of Red  Bluff Coal deposit, consisting of four hundred  and sixty acres, commencing with the Initial  post, thence North sixty chains, thence West  eighty chains, thence South sixty chains,  thence East eighty ..chains to point of commencement, "   W. C. McDOTJGALL.  Mineral Act. 1886.  >..' CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  FALCON Mineral, Claim, situate in the Kettle  River Mining Division  of  Yale  District.  ��� :Where located :     In :Atwood campr lying  :south easterly of  and  adjoining   the   Rob  Roy mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for Mary Garland, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 19632a, intend, sixty, days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of J 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 July, 1889.  I. H. HALI/ETT.  Mineral Act.1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  GARFIELD Mineral. Claim, situate in the  Kettle River, Mining Division of Yale  District.' Where located : In. Greenwood  Camp.  T'AKE NOTICE that I, Geo. W. Rumberger,  . Free Miner's Certificate No. B6450. as  agent for myself and Richard T. Daniels, Free  Miner's Certificate-No, B15075, Thomas Stack,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 33678a and Christ-  epher McDonald, Free Miner's Certificate No.  12524a, 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 to 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 19th day of July, 1899.  G. W. RUMBERGER.  MINERAL   ACT,    1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements  NOTICE.  TIMER FRACTION mineral claim.situate in  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District. Where: located : In Greenwood  camp immediately west of and adjoining ���  the New York mineral claim, Crown  Granted.  TAKE NOTICE that I Prescott Campbell  McArthur, Free Miner's certificate No.  19237a, intend, sixty days from the date thereof,  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 cominenced before the  issuance of such certificate of improvement.  Dated this 13th day of July, 1899. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  His Recent Trip.  Professoj   Harrj'   Montgomery,  of  Trinity University  Toronto,   has    almost concluded his inspection of the  -British   Columbia  Gold   Fields:       For  :.the past two or three  mouths the processor    has    been    going    over   properties in the Slocan,   Ldllooet and the  /Boundary country.    He came into this  camp  last! week  and  has  been   busy  since sorting and arranging the   many  :<.samples  which  he secured.     Some of  these  will be used, for  museum   and  .laboratory   purposes   at   Trinity    but  :: .'many of the samples have been obtain-  t< edfor assaying purposes at the request  ���Kofithe owners and will be used in malt-,  ���; iag up the reports on the various pro-  : perties.    Mr. Montgomery will return  -to. the   Boundary,   Creek   country   on  s Thursday for a short visit to complete  '.���' come of his work now in   hand, and by  ���./'.October   1st' he   will   be   back at old  '.i::Tfinity  taking  up  his usual course of  (���lectures. '":'������.  V   ; .While a,large field has been covered  ��� .and    many    properties    visited    and  ���sampled,    the    professor     mentioned  among the most interesting properties  a group consisting of  four claims,   the  Ample,  Monarch,  Gladstone  and  the  Whale, situated in I^illooet, three miles  from the Golden Cache, near the town  u  of Lillooet.  There is now being completed a good  , wagon road from the main Hue of the  . Canadian  Pacific railway to the pro-  .- perties in question, Jwhich   will   reduce  ..the  distance hitherto required   to  be  .. travelled, from 80 to 45 miles.     Cayuse  ������ river affords an abundant water power,  and  all the  machinery   of the Golden  ��� Cache is driven by this power, and  -there is plenty of unused power for the  . properties.  ��� A potassium cynide mill, having a  capacity of 50 tons daily, is now in  course of erection, and will be completed and in running oider before the  winter sets in.  Concerning the four claims,  the pro-  - fessor said that they contained a large  body of arsenical gold bearing ore, 18  feet in width, having values from S8 to  $50, and an average values from ��12 to  S14. The professor said that he traced  this ore body on the surface through  the properties for over 4,000 feet. "I  was instructed," said the professor, "to  obtain, if possible, a conservative  estimate of the ore in sight on these  four claims, and after considerable  trouble I have done so. I am of the  opinion that there ��� is .now in sight on  .these properties ore to the value of  over $400,000, and I think my figures  are within the mark."  _ About 10 men are now employed, and  the owners are Mr. Chaplin, president  of the Welland Vale compony of St.  Catharines;, Messrs. Fox and Ross of  Toronto; and Mr. T.   Hawley of Van-  , couyer,the;same parties who purchased  the Golden Cache mine this past sum-.  iner.  The {Review,-just over the line in  Washington state, 15 to 18 miles southeast of Camp ,'McKinney,; near Rock  creek,: is! an other : property the prof essor had examined closely. It contains  a large body of free-milling ore, and is  being (worked ;by :, Mr. McEntire of  Greenwood. ���;.  The North Star of I/orig L,ake camp,  north of Greenwood, some 10 or 15  miles;- adjoining the Jewel mine on the  north, was also mentioned. At present the property was being handled by  Robert Wood,;ex-mayor of Greenwood.  The ore contains good values in gold  and silver and is concentrating.  "I expressed a very high opinion of  all the sections referred' to on the occasion of, my last visit. I then stated  that 1 thought British Columbia would  prove as rich a mining country as any  of the states to the south of us. My  visit this summer has not only confirmed ray. former, views, but has advanced them considerably. I don't  think the province need fear comparison with any of the American gold-  producing states.    I think a few  more  ��� years of development, will prove how  marvellously rich the province really  is." In conclusion the professor said  that he was very much struck by the  large number of farms and ranches he  met while going through the Boundary  country in particular.���Rossland Miner.  ^uiiuuuaaiuuiiauiuaiaumuaaua  El Crepusculo,  Por iSarrariaga,  Benjamin Franklin,  Manuel Garcia, Alonza  El Ecuador  Bock and Africana  LaFlor De R Fulton  IS THE BEST,HOTEL IN GREENWOOD.. AKcr Building-,' well furnished." First-class  Service in.all departments. Choice, Wines, Liquors and Cijrars. a Headquarters for Miuiiif.''  and Commercial Men. ���'.''" . '   ���   .  Copper Street, Greenwood.  ������^mfmjmi^  LIVE AND LET LIVE:  Your Bread and Pastry at the  ..Turkish and Egyptian..  ���  CIGARETTES.  Pipes and Smokers  Articles   STATIONERY.  H.A.KING&Co.  COPPER ST.  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.  *V4     *Yi"   *��*      ���>'�����     *V'i     i\'4     *��*���      i*'4      J-'.'^  Thos. McDonnell.            R. M. McICntir  McDONNLL 8 McENTIRE,  Mines-arid.  Real Estate  GREENWOOD    and   CAMPMcKINNEY  i?'��.     j\'t     t'.'s.      ��V<t     *."{.    ^'t     i"i      ��."i      o'i'  -/*��"     V.~     Vi5"      '4i*     Vi?    Vi?     V.7      %j*"      5fir  METHODIST CHURCH.  Services 1.1 a. in. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday scliool  2:30 p.m.   Social service 8 p. ni. Wednesday.  EVERYBODY   WELCOME.  ]). H. UALDEKSTON, 13. A., Pastor.  ������^���:���_ _<���__L_���_���  WOO LUMBER COY  Proprietors of ,the Fletcher &��� ���  Goodhue  sawmill,,is prepared  to furnish all   kinds  of Rough  and Dressed  LUMBER,  DEALERS  yimniiimiiiiiiiummK  <  closed a body of good ore, but of what  width the shaft had not yet determined. The Dewej', he held to be the best  of the Company's properties. The  Smuggler mine he reported against,  saying that the ore body was in a gash  vein and its extent not be depended  upon. The Dewey vein, however, appeared to be of fissure origin. The  President stated that the liabilities of  the Company amounted to about S24,-  000. About $10,000 of that sum had  been advanced by the Directors: about  $11,000 was duejto the Jenckes company  which had supplied the stamp mill, the  money being secured b}r a mortgage on  the mill, and the remainder was made  up of working expenses.  Then followed a long discussion, in  which the policy ofthe Management  was rather severely attacked, after  which the President stated that the  Management had been unable to proceed further from lack of funds. When  the Company was reorganised and the  capital stock increased, the Directors  had subscribed, and paid for a large  block of stock,..-.but the response of the  individual shareholders had been discouraging, the amount of money received from general subscription not  exceeding a couple of huudre:!   dollars.  Dr. Aikins moved, seconded by Dr.  Primrose, that the. mill and mill site  should. be . sold and the proceeds devoted to paying off the liabilities.  To- this strong objection was made,  and it was finally decided, on a motion  made by Mr. Arthur Harvey, to have  the properties of the Company examined by a competent and independent engineer before any steps should  be taken to dispose of the mill. The  examination of the mine will have to  be made instantly,;.as the payments on  the niortgage are now due. The meeting adjourned, to assemble again at  the call of the President.  FRESH X ANB X CHREi X MEATS  ���    Fish, Poultry, Oysters and Game in Season.  Free ��� Delivery ��� to ��� all ��� Mining c Camps,  Lath, Mouldings,  Etc.,  Elc.  Greenwood  Office���Corner of Mineral  and Kimberley streets.  Gem Restaurant  And LUNCH COUNTER.  TELEPHONE No. 2.  P. O. BOX 9.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  MARKETS AT   CASCADE,   GRAND  FORKS,   GREENWOOD   and MIDWAY.  The following resolution was passed  at the meeting of the board of trade:  That whereas the district over which  C. A. R. I/ambly, Esq., exercises jurisdiction as gold commissioner, is so extensive as to render it advisable, in  view of the delay and expense attendant upon personal application to him  at his office in Fairview, that the said  district should be divided: Be it therefore resolved that this board strongly  recommends the lieutenant-governor  in council, that Messrs. W. G. Mc-  Mynh, Midway, and S. R. Almond,  Grand Forks, mining recorders, should  be vested with the powers of gold commissioners in their respective districts.  And that the secretary be instructed to  forward a copy of this resolution to the  honorable provincial secretary  at Vic-  ��  OP GREENWOOD.  E.  toria.  A. Poor Smuggler.  A meeting of the shareholders of the  Smuggler Company was held in the  Confederation Life Building, Toronto,  the other afternoon, when it was decided to secure the report of an independent expert before any further  move was made.  The President of the Company, Mr. !  Hartley Dewart, occupied the chair. |  There was not a large attendance. The  President read a report made by the ]  mine Superintendent, Mr. John H. [  Campbell, dated August 12th. In it he j  said that work had been discontinued  on the Dewey claim after a shaft had [  been put down 40 feet.    The work  dis- ' ^??H????H????H?H?????m?!1f!K  R. F. Coates & Co.  Contractors  Greenwood,  B.C.  Store Fronts & Fix-lures a Spe   ally  *  *  ''iS  iY<-  TN THE MOST UP-TO-DATE STYLE  -L anything in the line of Job Printing. A  merchant who uses "cheap and nasty" station-  ,ery and printing does his business a serious  injury���it is dear at a girt. Moral: Use none  other but ours and . '    ���  *V'��  Meals at all hours.  Open Day and Night.  Private Boxes. Lunches  and delivered.     Ice cream  in  Telephone  put   up  season.  WERNER & PITTOCK, Proprietors,  C01T13R STRBBT .- - - GREENWOOD,   II.  �����a4����.��..aa����4��**..������4��>��..9..a.<��*��4i9��^..o^��'��^*��e*a4  THOSE     t  ! Slimmer Classes  AND  f Summer Prices,  i   TO TIK  who  desire f  to prepare for j  the series of J  Winter Dances J  Mrs. Foreman l  will irive in-t        structioiis    in j  a  I round dancing and the Lancers on Tues- I  I days and Saturdays. I  j   WEDNESDAY "EVENINGS���New   fig-J  ^ ures of the ���' German Cotillion." a  J   Admission, eacli   class,   Gentlemen  fifty j  f cents, Ladies' complimentary. I  A��*��-M>^.<a��.c.��)*��-i����-4ft��.o-<*a*��.4a*a.4>a4a>.��.4aa>��-��a*a-tt  ���McELMON  Greenwood St.  Opposite Rendell's New Block.  Having quit the stage  express office.I.will devote  my whole time.; to the  watch repairing- business.  trance, {Mining and "Real  Estate Broker,  GREENWOOD    -'.-    B. C.     -  A .thorough acquaintance .with the Boundarj-  .   Creek and Kettle River mining districts.  frtines Examined and Reported on.  Save Money by purchasing your Ticket direct  from Greenwood to points on the Coast or East.  OCEAN     TO      OCEAN  Without change of Cars, via  And S00 PACIFIC LIME  u  IMPERIAL LIMITED."  tlic   Atlantic  and  The   fastest  train   between  l'acific.  Eristbouud leaves Sicomous Jet.at 2:35  Westbount 1ca\es Sicomous at 23:26  Connecting steamer leaves Penticton.  TUESDAY, THURSDAY. SATURDAY, 7 :30 a.m  Connectiiie- steamer arriv<  MONDAY,    WEDNESDAY.  s at Penticton  FRIDAY,    17:30  COPPER ST.  .Nadett'Flood Block...  - GREENWOOD, B.  Accelerated   service inlo the Kootenay Minitifr  District.  TIiroii!��li Tickets to all Eastern Points  AT LOWEST RATES.  For full information as to time,'rates, Etc.  also   for coiiics  of  Canadian   Pacific Kail way  publications apply to  F. T. ABBOTT. - A;ent, Greenwood  Or to    E. J, COYLE,  Vancouver.  U.  C.  Assi. Ceueral   Passentrer Ayein,  Mrs. Foreman and Mrs. Nichols  Teachers of Dancing and Physical  Culture.���Office Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p.  m.     Residence in School House.  ���ft��> 8  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  GREENWOOD  AND   DISTRICT.  Fred Munns is opening- a hotel in  Eholt.  John Keough.was in the city this  week.  Ross Thompson, of Rossland, was  here this week.  Nj Lamont is about ag-airi after a  five weeks' seig-e of typhoid fever.  ' Joe C^huckenbel has opened his  assay office in W.'B. Paton & Co's old  office.  Thos. McDonnell and R. M. McEri-  tire made a flying trip to Chesaw this  week.  D. C. McRae of Smith & McRae is  aw'ay in Rossland purchasing goods  for his firm.  The board of license commissioners  met on Tuesday last. No new licenses  were granted.     .  ' The track is now laid six miles on  this side of Grand Forks and should  reach here about October 1.  B. C. Murray, of the Snowshoe mine,  is on crutches, haying sprained his  ankle a short time ago:  J. Edward Leckie has returned from  Fort Steele where he examined some  properties. ,     '  Sam Larsen, of the Riverside hotel,  Rock Creek, paid the metropolis a flying visit this week.  Geo. McKenzie, -with the Hunter-  Kendrick., company, is" sick in the  Greenwood hospital.  Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Phelan have  moved into their handsome residence  recently erected on Knob Hill.  John McGregor has returned from  Portland, where he was called by the  illness and death of his mother.;  A. W. Smith, the well known Montreal cigar manufacturer.was hereon a  business visit this week.  Mr. and Mrs.",W. J. Harbei- return  today after spending a four months'  holiday in the vicinity of Vernon.  I. Robert Jacobs is getting- his stock  of cigars and will open in ihe Imperial  block as soon as his fixtures arrive.  Frank Robbins and Mjs. Robbins of  Phoenix, and J. F. Hemenway and  Mrs. Hemenway were in the city this  week.  Thos. McDonnell and W. T. Smith  were busy visiting; the different camps  this week collecting- ores, for the Spokane fruit fair.       .''  '-  Mr. Williams, of Winnipeg-, father  of W. R. Williams, of the Dominion  Copper company, Phoenix, is paying-  his son a short visit.  Mrs. Arthur Mowat and family are  expecte'd from Toronto in a short time.  Mr. Mowat has taken Aid. Galloway's  residence for the winter. -  Herbert Bolster, the energetic.manager of the Spokane fruit fair, has; set  apart an international day when  special attention will be given to visitors from British Columbia.  R. Greiger manager of the British  Columbian Liquor company has returned from Penticton where he was  moving stock for his company. The  company has 20 tons of foreign liquors  in   transit,  Mrs. 3. C. Scott Galloway and  Masters Jack and Charles, will leave  in a few days for Victoria. The boys  are going to the high school, having-  successfully passed the entrance examination some time ago.  J. D. Sword, general agent for the  James Cooper Manufacturing company,  and four members of the Canadian  Mining institute, arrived from Rossland late last evening and left early  this morning- to visit the Sunset and  Mother Lode mines.  B.  Moody,  of Spokane, is in the  fruit  fair   opens   on  J.  city.  The  Spokane  October 3rd.  Fred, Oliver, of the Morrison^hine,  was here for a few days this week.  C. W. Vcdder, the well known insurance man, was in Greenwood for a few  days.  E. C. Wilson, represen ting- the Toronto Type Foundry, was <in the city  this week.  J. B. Donald and C. O'Brien Reddin,  of the Columbia Telephone company,  were in the, city this: week.  J. A. McLellan the veteran representative of the Seattle Post Intelligencer was in the city'this week.  W. C. Adams, of Sahdon,' son of  Capt. Adams of the Midway Townsite  company, was in the city this week.  Julius Erlich of P. Burns & Co.,  has  i returned from a trip to the Similkameen district.  Geo. R. Naden leaves today for  Keremeos. There are several buildings being erected in this new town.   .,  A: J. McMillan of the Snowshoe  mine was in the city last week. He  had just returned from a visit to the  coast cities.  W. G. McKenzie, representing- Wood.  Vallance & Co., wholesale hardware,  Hamilton, paid Greenwood a business  visit this week.  A. E. Ashcroft returned.on Saturday  last accompanied by Mrs. Ashcroft and  two children. He went out to Sica-  mous to meet them.  Ross Thompson,.of Rossland, was in  the city today. He said that he never  saw Greenwood-look more more prosperous than at the present time.  , Dr. J; Christie is a happy man these  days. His many friends are congratulating him upon the arrival of a little  daughter on Sunday morning- last.  R. S. Hall of Penticton who is well  known in Greenwood where he once  resided and Miss Annie Manery of  Okanagan Falls were married recently.  Hon. F. C. Cotton, chief commissioner of lands and works, was in Rossland, last week , and left for Cariboo.  ���He'.:1- intends visiting- the Boundary  Creek district this fall.  Frank D. L. Smith, mining- editor of.  the Toronto World was in the city this  week. He is making- atoijr of: the  mining sections of the province in the  interests of his paper.1 .-���'.'������..���  vThe Anaconda Townsite company  are bridging- Boundary creek at the  foot of the smelter site. This will  straighten the road between the two  townsites.  County court will "be held in the  courthouse Greenwood, Wednesday,  September 20. On the 18th, C. A. R.  Latnbly gold commissioner will be in.  the city to hear the applications for  water records. ;  Thos. McAulay.of the Midway hotel,  was in the city this week. Mr. Mc-  Aulay, is now sole proprietor of this  popular hotel, Mr. Keightly having  sold his interest in order: to look after  his mining-properties.  The government have consented to  turn over $1,500 to the board of trad e  for the purpose of building a road to  Central camp, a similar amount having-  been subscribed by the citizens. Work  will be started immediately.  Duncan Mcintosh of the Winnipeg  mine was in the city on Thursday. He  had with him some splendid specimens  from the mine which he is sending-east  to R. Mathison, principal of the Deaf  and Dumb Institute, Bellville.  -*��I}. W. Morgan of the Clarendon was  in the city this week. The Clarendon  is undergoing- some extensive alterations. The dinning room was opened  on Tuesday. John Hardy of the Rossland Clarendon arrived on Thursday  to take a position in the Clarendon  here.  Hugh McCutcheon has opened an  office in Wood's block at the corner of  Deadwood and Government street. A.  K. Stuart intends to open a customs  brokers office in the same building.  Mr. Stuart's experience as collector of  inland revenue fits him for the work.  He will be of great service to the  merchants as soon as a customs office  is established here.  Frederick Keffer, M. E., manager of  the B. C. Copper company left on  Wednesday for Portage laPrairie and  Toronto to purchase several lots held  by N. Garland and required for the  smelter site. Mr. Johnson has the site  surveyed and all the plans made for  the different buildings. Men are now  at work clearing- the ground and excavating the foundations for the  buildings which will be commenced as  soon as all the land needed is required.  R. C. Clouston, the general manager  of the Bank of Montreal, will be in  Rossland next week. F. J. Finucane,  manag-er of the local branch, will go  there to meet him, as Mr. Clouston is  unable to visit the Boundary Creek  district this year.  Provincial Officer Dinsmore passed  through Greenwood on Tuesday en  route to Kamloops with Chas. Mullen  in charge. Mullen and Cameron were  committed at Columbia for the Columbia hotel fire. Cameron was  brought over previous to this by Officer  McMynn, of Columbia. Jean Stubbs  has been arrested on the other side and  will be taken across the line.  The party with J. D. Sword, M. E.,  includes D. Beatty of Montreal who is  heavily interested in mining ventures.  Geo. Meacham a prominent mining  man of Cripple Creek and S. G-. Simpson of the James Cooper Mf'g company  Montreal. They are all well pleased  with the wonderful showings and the  large amount of development work.  Mr. Mencham is so impressed with the  possibilities of the country that he intends investing here. The party intend visiting the Cariboo and other  Camp McKinney properties and will  go to the coast via Penticton.  A. W. Strickland, of the Bank of  Montreal, returned today from a holiday trip to the east.  Have.iyou looked at your subscription label?  It will tell you whether you are In arrears  or not.  The branch., line to Greenwood and  Wellington camps is being rushed in  order that the track may be laid before  heavy snow falls.  Word comes from Rossland that  several members of the Canadian Mining institute intend coming to Boundary creek during the next few days.  Geo"; McL. Brown, executive agent  of the C. P. R., was ill at Rossland last  week from blood poisoning. His many  friends will be glad to learn of his recovery.  There was a large crowd on Silver  street on Saturday afternoon to witness a foot race between P. G. McLeod  of Greenwood, and W. Raysdale of  Curlew. The race was for $500 a side  and 100 yards. The race was exceedingly close and the judges declared it  a- draw, although many were of the  opinion that McLeod came in ahead.  Liberal Conservative Association  A meeting of Liberal Conservatives  of Greenwood and district will be held  in Rendell's Hall on  Wednesday Evening; Sept. 27th,  for the purpose of appointing delegates  to attend the annual meeting of the  Liberal Conservative Union at New  Westminster, October Sth, and for  other purposes. All Liberal Conservatives are cordially invited to attend ;  Young men are particularly requested  to be present.  Greenwood, Sept. 15th, 1899.  Municipal Taxes.  has  1st,  Time for rebate on taxes  been extended to October  j 899.,  W, S, KEITH,  CITY COLLECTOR.  ��� ���������������<>��������������� ���������������������������������������*������** ���������������������������  l! 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