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Array Published Weekly in the Interests op the Boundary Creek Mining District.  Vol, VII,  GREENWOOD, B. C��� SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER -23, 1899,  No, 2,  T  he  MVVWW  BUILDERS   OF^,  WZKaazm  m��MrmT1ACHINERY. mining  Contractors for the design and  Chlorination,  construction of complete Stamp Mills, Concentration,  Cyanide and, Smelter Equipments,  ������-���-������u.  :^..:or  :V-'**���<��� ���  'W:ii%  'K-V-ViH;---  ^:.:rO:;'  ���;.������;��� JIB .-;  :.'. ..th.  :/S'+J :������  ���-yr.y-l-..  r;./.-:u:r:  ��&:;  ^*  ���:-i;   ������I -  .^���������so--  I  ;-;o..  i  1  :cO'!-;  ��  ���:-i>s-^3.''-x?.,  V"Ov: >-;:"'  ,JO^">>  |: 3  o  ;s o  CT>    P3  ^P  ��<    P  *��   M"  o  ��L  - n  3"*  3! ��  es  o  CD    fr  ��<5   00  "   I  CO  CO  o  t���*  CD  crcj  a>  O  >-s  td  l-t  13*  o  o  ���������  pi  Et  cr  l-h  o  'i-i  Branch Offices s  Vancouver, B. C, Rossland, B. C,  And Greenwood, B.C. harry howson. Agent.  "mmm^^mm -a lamont.  i>lliSRS^ HEAVY-   HARDWARE  ;;J>PgS^ ETC, ETC. ..;  if^ *wire screen m^ *Screen Doors-  ^���M:00ff^ Window Glass Just Received. / �� ��� "  lllllllfiif|!WffffffWf^  F    YOU   Inspect  Our  Stock And Get      ^  Our Prices <>>><'*���>>><'*  Wecarry a full stock of merchandise including all kinds of staple and _^^JJ\  fancj- groceries.  ���Flour,,-Feed, Vegetables, Fresh "Eggs, Fruits, Cured  Meats, Fuse, Caps, . Powder, Earthenware, Glassware,  Crockery. _L,.  ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS AND MINING HARDWARE  A, H, SPERRY & CO,,  Copper Street,     ���   V    '     Greenwood, B, G,  W^wWm*mw 1^^^^^^^^^kw??*?*  WEST FORK CLAIMS.  BONDED   BY   BROWN   SYNDICATE.  The Washington Croup Changes Hands at a  Big Figure���British Columbia Copper Company Have Secured Smelter Site and Begin Work.  Negotiations which had been pending for several weeks in connection  with the bonding of West Fork properties were brought to successful issue  last Saturday when J. Empey, R. E.  I/. Brown's mining engineer, secured  control of the Washington group of  claims. The deal includes six claims,  the Washington, Idaho, Montana,  Rambler, Sampler and Columbia. The  first three were bonded some time ago  by Mr. Empey, and the last three were  included in the deal made on Saturday.  The price mentioned for the six claims  is $100,000 ; 10 per cent in cash. Mr.  Empey has six men at work on the  properties. Offices and bunk houses  are being erected. The force will be  increased and work will be continued  all winter. The owners of the Washington group have realized on their  properties in less time than any other  prospectors in the " country. Their  only competitors in this respect were  the original owners of the B. C. mine.  John Keough and sons bonded the B.  C. for $60,000 after six months development work. It is less than four months  since A. J. Marshal, J. Marshall, R.  Pitcher ,and J. Comuck went up the  West Fork and located the claims.  The properties are situated near Rendell, just above Alex Wallace and  John Bell's big mine. The Washington group has two parallel ledges of  rich galena ore. One of these is. seven  to nine feet wide. At the bottom of a  45-foot shaft a crosscut has been'run 10  feet all in ore. Assays from this shaft  shows $42 to $18 in gold. 55 to 63 ounces  "in silver,"5"to-8 per*cent copper:.'   *  The last transaction conneor;d with  the securing of a smelter site for the  British Columbia Copper company was  completed this week when Frederic  Keffer who went east for the ;i -rpose  arranging with Nicholas Gar! .:id an  exchange of Anaconda property, thus  giving the company all the land required for their big works. Mr. Keffer  wired Paul Johnson that the arrangement had been made. As soon as the  report reached him, Mr. Johnson immediately put men to work cleaning  the site. An office will be erected on  the grounds immediately. After the  site is cleared, excavation for the buildings will begin. A large force of men  will be engaged during construction.  Mr. Johnson expects to have the  smelter completed within six months.  As already stated the site includes over  50 acres of land. It runs back on the  hill up to the branch line to Deadwood  camp, takes in the mouth of Copper  creek and all the land along Boundary  creek on west side until a point opposite the rock bluff is reached. C. A. R.  Lambly, the gold commissioner, has  decided to grant the record asked for  by the company. Mr. Johnson believes that there is' plenty of water in  Copper creek to run the smelter, but he  Now Is the Time to |  Furnish Your House ��j  ST DST'FlVING  NEW     ^atest consignment, containing Screens, Mirrors, Shades, Curtain "="2  S~i \LEl ������ ��� ��� Poles and Fixtures, Picture and Wall Mouldings, Refrigerators,. ^2  Less Than Cost.  HMfpBMlBMBMmaB  ^m  :\JJ  is securing a record on Boundary creek  where a pumping station will be  erected. This will be necessary should  any thing go wrong with the Copper  creek supply. The site is a most convenient one, so far as the shipping of ore  is concerned. The main line of the  railway runs in front of the smeller  and to the rear is the Deadwood camp  branch line.  MIKING   NOTES.  Dave O'Neill superintendent of the  Oro Denoro received word last week  that he and his associates were confirmed in their title to a valuable mining property near Northport. The  suit which has been going from court  to court arose because of the excitement at the time the reservation was  thrown open. The supreme court  finally decided in favor of Mr. O'Neills'  company. C. A. Vedder the insurance  man was interested with Mr. O'Neill  in the property.  J. W. Flavelle, one of the directors  of the Dominion Copper company,  visited the company's properties at  Phoenix this week. Mr. Flavelle is one  of the leading financial men of the  east.c He is a director of the Can adian  Bank of Commerce and several other  big institutions. Hugh Suth erland,  managing director of the Dominion  Copper company, is expected in a few  days.  D. F. Mcintosh, of the Winnipeg,  Geo. B. Meacham, of Montreal, J. D.  Sword of-Rossland, R. M. McEntire,  James Kerr and W., T. Smith visited""���  Chesaw and the Review last week.  All the visitors were favorably impressed with the big Myers creek property.  Some rich looking specimens "of  copper ore were brought down- this  week from the Winnifed situated in  (Camp McKinney No. 2) Wellington  camp. This property is owned by J.  Fisher and J. Smith. They did considerable work on it during the summer  and Wave 'exposed - a-'strong ledge of  ore.  'Another strike has been made by the  railway graders. This time it is on the  Primrose, one of the British Columbia  Copper Company's properties. The  branch line running to Deadwood camp  cut through a large body of ore.  Alex. Beath has returned from the  West Fork. He has been working the  Rob Roy and Sally, two of Robert  Wood's properties. Mr. Beath opened  an eight-foot ledge of rich galena ore.  Ross -Thompson and M. Flaherty  were in Greenwood Saturday, having  just returned from the Zala M., in  Sheridan camp, where a compressor  plant is being installed.  E. A. Bielenberg has returned from  a trip to "the West Fork. He visited  the Washington group' and was astonished at the big showing of high grade  ore.  J. Edwards Leckie and Ronald Harris left oa Thursday for Republic  where they will operate for some time.  > P. H. Butcher of St. John, who is  interested in mining companies in the  district is in the city.  S-r GOODS   DAILY .  Etc. Etc.,  Just  Arrived  Z~      Furniture, Unoertakino f      M.    GULLEY   <&   OO.      Copp�� St. Greenwood. '   =~  �����*- -     AND  EnIBALMINQ. ^J  Baby garbages  ;   * # *  We have left a few Go  Carts and Baby Carriages  which we are closing out at  less than cost. Call and see  them, if interested.  ���%*    ;  ���      SMITH &..MCRAE,  Boote, Stationery, Oflice Supplies, Etc.  THE STOCK MARKET.  Oro  Denoro  Bought Locally���Other Shares  In Good Demand.  Oro Denoro stock, or more properly  speaking, that of .the Kiiig Mining  company, was a popular favorite in the  city during the week. One party sold  25,000 shares to different purchasers,  the majority of whom were railway  contractors. The price paid was 25  cents, but the stock has a tendency to  go up rapidly. Considering that the  sales represents a cash aggregate of  over ��S6,000, they not only show  that the stock is popular, but that there  is considerable money in Greenwood  seeking investment. There have been  numerous inquiries for other stocks.  The prices quoted ars as follows:  ii. C. M. &. M.  Co ..'   Brandon a.nd Golden   Crown...........  Kinif MiniiifT Co ��� "���"  Knob Hill... :..- .���������-     �����  Last Chance.      'X~ ,  Morrison '<���.-��  Old Ironsides,.    1>2��  Pathfinder 1S  Rathmullen 03��  Winnipeg    "^  Camp McKinney Mines  25  Cariboo ���.. l.oO  Minnehaha ���. -     ���}?  Sailor   Walrrloo     $ .03  .29  .10  .11  :l  ' -AW  &  ���  - ytitr*  V- ��� B>  f. *<  1 CO  .,j,v3 THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  /  j. ii. iiai.i.i:tt.  II. C. SIIA1V  HALLETT c�� SHAW  {B&vristtVB, ^oftcitovB,  THE CITY COUNCIL.  NOTARIES    PUBLIC.  Cable Address: "iiai-i.i:tt."  [ Bedford M'Ni-ilVs  .Brooinh all's  Muieiug- A. Xeal'i  Leibt'r's.  Conns  Greenwood,  b. c.  DRINGLE   &   WHITESIDE,  Barristers and Solicitors,  (notaries (puBfte, etc.,  13akkett Block, Copper Street,  gj* kenwood.  R.  B.   KERR.  Barrister and Solicitor,  NOTAKY PUIILIC  GREENWOOD, B. C.  J. K.  IIHOWN.  ]. S.  AH'. HALL. LL. II.  M. MOKK1SCCC, L.L.ll.  JJaff, QBrotw $ (JtXomson  Barristers and Solicitors, Notaries  Public,' Etc.  Naden-Flood Block, Copper Street Ureenwood.  czr    W.   GROVES,  Civil & Mining Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor,  greenwood, b. c.  Mineral Claims Reported upon.  Underground Surveys.  6.  A.  GUESS, M.A. II.  A.  GUESS,  M.A.  Guess Bros.  ���CHEMISTS AND ENGINEERS.  Mining Properties Examined and Reported on.    (Estab. 1895).  Greenwood, B. C.  QHARLES AE. SHAW.  Givil   Engineer,  ��omi'mon ano (protu'ncfaf fionft gwrBegor.  GREENWOOD,,     -        B.C.  ARTHUR MOWAT,  Qfttnftts,  QRedf Bst<xtt  dnb 3iuntrdnee QSrofter.  Greenwood,   i>   '   > . ?   B, G  ' H.  n.  KEEPER,  Real Estate and A\ining Broker  OFFICE   OVER   BANK   OF   B. N. A.  GREENWOOD.'  C^ORBES   M.   KERBY,  Assoc. Mem. Can. Soc. Civil Engineers,  (protftnctdf Bi<xnb ^umgor  AND CIVIL ENGINEER,  �� (JtofOrg (puBftC ��   ' MIDWAY,    B. C.  W. ROSS,  MINING AND SHARE BROKER,  COLUMBIA, B.  Boundary   and    Camp   McKinney   properties  given especial attention.  W. S. KEITH, M. B. F.  F.    KETCHUM.  KEITH & KETCHUM  GREENWOOD,   B. C.  Mining Properties Examined  AND    REPORTED   ON-  REAL ESTATE AND MINING  PROPERTIES.  ���. . THE MART. . .  GAUNCE & WICKWIRE,  Agents,  ���   Greenwood.  W. A. BAUER: C.��., P.L.S.  VANCOUVER  A' E�� ASHCROFTiC.E.iP.LS  GREENWOOD  BAUER &ASHCROFT  (protH'ncicif fionb gmrwgotB.  (tt)i'm'ng ttno Citit (gnsmeeri'na.    ,  Mineial Claims Surve3-ed and Crown Granted  Laud and Engineering Surveys  riood-Nadeu Block. -   -   GREENWOOD, B C  Business Transacted at the Regular Meeting  Monday Evening.  " Hamlet" was played-without Hamlet on Monday evening. The city  council transacted business without the  guiding- hand of his worship the  Mayor. The city fathers talked on  sundry subjects for an hour awaiting-  the arrival of the chief magistrate but  they       waited       in      vain. Aid.  Sutherland volunteered to organize a  search party of one. He went but did  not return. Aid. J. A. ��� Cameron was voted to the chair, the minutes  were read and municipal business was  transacted.  Leonard'Norris, land commissioner,  had been giving some attention to  ii. c. l water records which had been transferred to the corporation by the Greenwood 'Waterworks company. Certain  records were secured for specific areas  of land and could not be divertd to  other sections. He' suggested aban'd-  ment of the old records and applications for new records that would  cover all the land within the corporate limits. The council instructed the  solicitor to give the matter his attention.  Mr. Early wanted the use of the  street while veneering the Hunter-  Kendsick block. . Permission was  granted.  R. E. Gosnell wrote in reference to  the establishment of a reading room  in the new city hall. He urged upon  the council the importance of a reading-  room in a mining town.,  The Greenwood-Clarendon company  through their solicitors Pringle <&  Whiteside asked permission to put'in  stairway leading- to side entrance and  also stairway leading to basement.'  The matter was referred to the street  committee.  Rendell & Co., through Hallett &  Shaw their solicitors notified the  council that retaining wall on Greene-  wood street had been removed because  of instructions from the council. They  wished it understood however that wall  had been placed there with the consent  of the council and that damages would  be expected.  - Dr. Schon again urged upon the  council the necessity for an alley between Copper and Silver streets.  Herbert Bolster invited the council  to the Spokane Industrial Exposition. f  ' The By-law regulating water rates  was read a third time and finally  adopted.  Aid. Beath introduced a by-law-  regulating the sale of milk. It was  advanced a'couple of stages.  The collection of scavenger fees  being unsatisfactory the solicitor was  instructed to inquire into the matter.  The' council then settled down to  discuss streets. The treasurer reported that approximately $11,000 of the  $15,000 had been spent. The street  committee said they intended to turnpike Government street to Shaw's  residence covering it with gravel, sidewalk Kimberly Avenue to Catholic  church; grade Skylark street 30 feet  wide and make a road to the hospital.  The council also discussed to opening  of I/ouisa street to the railway station  and a special meeting was called on  Wednesday evening to discuss this  point.  The council after nine months' delay granted tardy justice to the city  clerk and treasurer by voting him a  living-salary of 8100 a month.  latter point is about 40 feet wide,  mostly of shipping ore. It is intended  to make an open cut into the hill side  and quarry the ore out. From the  prospecting done this ore deposit is  how known to have a.width of at least  300 feet. The railroad cut the northern  side of it, distant about 250 feet from  the showing mentioned, and when Mr.  Curtis was there last Sunday the men  were blasting out at this new place  first-class shipping ore. Samples  taken at random will run "from 7 to 20  per cent in copper. Over a large area  up the hill and also down the hill at  both sides of these railway cuttings  ore can be got wherever a pick is  driven through the soil. It is quite  safe to say that no other property in  the Boundary Creek country has a  surface showing superior to the Oro  Denero.  By the 1st of October a station will  be cut at the 200-foot level in the shaft  and a drift will then be started so as to  cut under the ore bodies disclosed by  the railway grading.' This, with the  surface work proposed, will enable the  company to ship 100 tons per day when  the railroad is completed and ready to  carry ore.  There has lately been a large inquiry  for the company's shares from both  Grand Forks and Greenwood and residents of these places have invested  sums ranging from S1,000 to $5,000.  .The company, in a few days will advance the price of its shares, and anticipate, that within the ��� next three  months  the price will be doubled.  Grand Forks and Greenwood are  both lively, and a good many buildings  are being erected at each place. Eholt  is also building up rapidly. The railway is now ironed some miles beyond  Grand Forks, and its coming makes  the natives feel, most buoyant. The  outlook for the 'Boundary country is  very bright, indeed.���Rossland Miner.  QREE/SfWOOD  is   the   financial  and commercial centre of the Boundary Creek district.    It is   the supply point  for   rhe   mining camps.       From  the city,  roads lead to the   c  Wm.  Greenwood,tB.-C.  .  DOOR TO TELEPHONE OFFICE.  Established 1862.  ������������ ������Q^>���� ���������������������������������������������<��������B�������t  G. M. HILLARY, B. Sc.  ASSAYER   AND  CHEMIST.  SMITH CURTIS' MINES.  Oro Denero,  Humming Bird and Pay Ore Are  all Looking Well.  iture |  Graduate  of  McGill   University  Engineering-.  GREENWOOD    -    -  in    Mining-  B. C.  .Q  H, ELLACOTT  B. Sc, A. M. Soc. C. E., D.L.S., P.L.S.  Surveying and Engineering  undertaken in any part of  British Columbia.  Mining   Work    a    Specialty.  COLUMBIA, B. C.  Kerty's Map of Wellington Camp.  Candies,   Tobaccos,   Cigars,  Druggirts' Sundries, Stationery, etc.,  H. B. MUNR0E, Greenwood.  Boundary   Valley  Lodge  No. 38, l.O.O.F.  EETS every Tuesday  .    I    Evening:   at   8.00   in  their lodge room at Greenwood, B.C.   A cordial  Invitation is extended to all sojourning- breth-  ern. Thos. M. Gulley, N.G.  Duncan Ross, Rec. Sec.  A.   F=.   &   A.   M.  \GREENWOOD LODGE.'A. F. & A. M.  Regular   Communication   first    Thursday   in  every month.   Sojourning brethren cordially  invited. J.   C.   HAAS,  C, Scott Galloway, W..M, Secretary  Mr. Smith Curtis returned yesterday  from a visit to the- Boundary Creek  country, where he has been for the  past 12 days inspecting the mining  properties in which he is interested.  In speaking of his^- trip 'yesterday he  said that the Pay Ore property, adjoining the Pathfinder, is looking better  than it ever did.; Iii the tunnel, which  has been driven 100 feet to crosscut the  vein, the formation has straightened  up and stringers of quartz are being  encountered. While there Mr. Curtis  let a contract for driving the tunnel  another SO feet, which is thought will  be"sufficient to reach the vein and give  a depth of about ISO feet.     -  The force of men on the Humming  Bird has been increased, three shifts  are being now employed taking out shipping ore. There are about 300 tons of  ore on the dump.  Mr. Curtis paid two visits to the Oro  Denero in Summit camp, which is  being developed by the King Mining  company, and on one occasion he re��  mained for .two days prospecting the  surface showings. The company is  working a large force of men, who are  engaged in sinking a shaft which is  now nearly 200 feet deep and in stripping the vein opened by the C. P. R.  grade,      The   showing   made   at'  the  Furniture  Carpets  Linoleums  Cork Carpet  Curtains  Wallpaper  Complete House Furnishings,   j  A   larg-e   stock  of  Fine  and   Medium   i  Priced Goodscin above lines. ;  Send for Samples and Prices���free.        I  ^rp*^ :o i-t^Jsg^  Deadwaod>  Copper,    Summit,  71 >  P\  long Lake,  White  Wellington,  'Skylark,  Smith's,  ���And Other Boundary Greek Camps*,  ^>>&r^:u:-GgAsf<^  Have Branches in the City.  ^>^r^ :o :&��*&?*  For Price of Lots and other information, address  i  mi  Robert Wood or C. Scott Galloway  'Greenwood, Boundary Creek,1 B. C.  Or Apply to the Agents :  F. COSTERTON   A. K. STUART, J. B. J0HNS0N& CO.  Vernon,  Vancouver/  Rossland,  To Commercial Travellers  and Public we are prepared  at all times to give you a  first class.............          at a reasonable rate to all  points south of Penticton  to Cascade City if desired.  SCHUBERT & BARNES  Penticton, B, c    Proprietors.  GREAT  ^>^r^^^<^ '"���'���'iv;  Prospectors  save packing by buying your outfits at West-  bridge 10 miles above Rock'Creek.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby g-iven that the undersigned intends to apply to the board of  license commissioners of the City of Greenwood, at their next sitting-, 30 days after the  date hereof, for a license to sell liquor by retail on the premises to be known as the Hotel  Norden, situate on lot 6 in block 14, Copper  street, in the City of Greenwood.  CARL NELSON  ANDREW SATER.  Pated Sept. 18. 1899  NOTE A FEW OF OUR PRICES.  Hams ��� 17M cts.  Bacon ....Vt'A cts  Dry Salt .'. , :.:..... IS cts  Sugar :..! 8.3S cwt  Flour..  ....... 2.2S sack  Rice  ....lolbe for$l  Powder 19c case lot  Fuse ;...:   : .........$1 coil  Caps ......;..... .$1 box  Jessop Steel "l8clt>8  A Full Stock Now on Hand of Miners'and Prospectors Supplies.  B ots and Shoes, Groceries, Hardware, and Gent's Furnlshlaes.  SUCCESSOR TO  HERBERT & G THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  KERBY-BIRNIE.  The Well Known Engineer Married at Vernon  Last Wednesday.  Forbes M. Kerby, C. B., of Midway,  and Miss Ida Birnie, os Vernon, were  married at Vernon on Wednesday, 13tli  inst. Mr. Kerby is one of the most  popular young men in the district, and  the Times joins his many friends in  extending congratulations. The Vernon News gives the following particulars of the marriage ceremony:  "To make use of the term-"a 'pretty  wedding" in- describing the event  which took place at the Presbyterian  church,-on Wednesday afternoon, is to  employ a commonplace and hackneyed  phrase, but it is one that exactly depicts that interesting event. The chief  participants in the ceremony were Mr.  Forbes M. Kerby, C. E., of Midway,  and Miss Ida Birnie, of this city, and  the church was crowded to its utmost  capacity by friends of the contracting  parties. The ceremony was performed  by Rev. G. A. Wilson.' Miss Edith  Chambers acted as bridesmaid, and  Mr. J. A. McKelvie performed the  duties of 'best man.' A. and E. Ber-  nie were ushers. -  . "Thoroughly in keeping with the joyous nature of the occasion were the extremely beautiful floral' decorations  with which the interior of the church  had been decked. Wild flowers, hop  clusters and house plants had been  utilized' by the skillful hands of the  young ladies of the congregation, of  which the bride was a valued member,  and the -charming combination of  color gave evidence of much artistic  taste. A noticeable feature of the decorations was a% beautiful floral bell,  under which the bride stood during the  ceremony.  "The bride was most charmingly attired in white Duchess satin, trimmed  with-chiffon and pearls. The bridesmaid wore a most becoming and handsome costume of white organdie over  pink. silk.' Both" carried splendid  - boquets 'of cut'flowers from the coast,  the gift of the groom.  "As the bridal party entered the  church, the gladsome wedding march'  pealed out from the organ, and as they  took their places before the'minister,  the choir sang; 'The Voice that  Breathed o'er Eden.'  "After the ceremony a very enjoyable  reception was held at the residence of  the bride's parents, on Schubert street,  and���the-spacious- rooms were filled to  overflowing with the crowd . of friends  who gathered to offer their congratulations and best wishes. Refreshments  were served and a pleasant hour passed  by all.* Here was spread a large and  most attractive display o"f' wedding  gifts, attesting, in a most tangible  manner to the popularity of the young  ���couple,, and to the deep,esteem in which  they. are. held. The left by the afternoon train for their future home at  Midway; which: they will reach by easy  stages via Nelson- and Rossland. .At  the' station; the platform was crowded  . with friends desirous of giving them a  warm 'sendoff,' and; as thetraih pulled  out, Mr. and Mrs. Kerby, who stood ori  the rear platform, were almost covered  with boquets and:lopse:.flowers, which  made a pretty variation from the usual  showers- of rice, ��� thoug-h������- the latter  article was, of course, iri evidence to  some extent.; Torpedoes, on the track',  and ' playful toots from the engine;  blended with the acclaim of friendly  V voices wishing them Godspeed on life's  journey.  "No young lady in town has/been  more popular with'all classes than the  bride, and: the groom,who spent several  years here beiore removing to the  lower ��� country, is equally firmly entrenched in the esteem of the community. v"V:w !  ��� "Along with hundreds of friends, the  News extends its warmest felicitations,  and hopes for them a long continued  career of prosperity and wedded happiness."  the roadbed and bridges a most rigid  inspection, which was taken advantage  of. The train reached Cascade about  5 p. m., and left here on the return  trip from the Forks to Robson at 8 p. m.  Mr. Fellows expressed himself as  more than pleased with the new roadbed and its solid construction. In fact,  he asserted that, in his recollection,  he had never inspected a roadbed that  was in' such good shape as this one  is today.  Route Agent Helm, of the Dominion  Express company, was also over the  new line this week, checking in the  new offices at Cascade and Grand  Forks. He brought in a large number  of express packages with him, and  Thursday morning the agents of the  company were ready to do business.  This will be a great convenience to  Boundary shippers generally, as heretofore it has been next to impossible  to get goods in with any degree of  satisfaction by express. Peter Hucker-  by, the Cascade station agent, is also  express agent. Cascade is now the repeating office for all Boundary C. P.  R. telegraph and telephone business  and it keeps two bnsy most of the time  attending to that work alone.���Cascade  Record.  Yankee Boy Bonded.  .J.. Edwards Leckie, on behalf of  Montreal parties, has bonded from E.  Spraggett, Grand Forks, and J. M.  McGregor, Nelson', Wash., -the owners  of the- Yankee Girl, the Yankee Boy  and the Bell. The consideration is  $25,000. The properties are on Hardy  mountain, three miles from Grand  Forks. The deal was negotiated after  they had been thoroughly examined-by  Mr. Leckie. Assays from the face of  the 100-foot tunnel at a depth of 100  feet on the Yankee Girl average values  of $50 in gold per ton. The values  obtained from ore from the bottom of  the 60-foot shaft on the same claim  average $71 in gold per ton. Development work will be commenced this  week. Steps are being taken to crown  grant the properties. There is every  probability of the Yankee Girl becoming a mine.  ^^ ��^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 4* ^ ^ 4? ^ ^ ^ *^ 4* ^ ^ 4* 4* *& 4* ^ 4"* c$��J��  *Z*  The Best Beer in Town is Made by The    *S*  lELKHORN BREWERY*  f X - V      \   HARTINGER ��� f  ��ask por  Proprietor^^J  EMorn  *=  ���jer^^Wa*  Lager Beer  PATERNIZE HOME INDUSTRY.  -*  *  ���5*   The Elkhorn Lager Beer contains only pure Malt and Hops.     Try it !    ��?T  ������    It is kept on draught or in bottles by all the leading hotels in the distri-.t������  �����$���% of. t&jfru jf, %of.& j^ se^ss o$ %of*H * st-f as ���%> s*��f k  Just Opened jjjgg  PHOENIX  A. P. McKenzie & Co.  LOG  CABIN  J. J. MILLER, Prop.  . gofetf  Rossland.  Greenwood.  sland. ~a.^*.^^*jl *="  : ^iwtM ��� Trilst r  ^.Ufr      V ,  LIMITED    LIABILITY. *"      \jfk  .   QReaf (Safafe cxrib (Utinmg (��xqUxb,, *  Financial &. Insurance Agents  C. P. B. TAKES IT OVER.  CIS W. Railway Line Inspected by Dominion  Government Official. [  Part of the Boundary branch of the  Columbia & Western railway, was inspected this week by the Dominion  government official, as well as those of  the railway, and turned over to the G.  P. R. operating department by Mann,  Foley Bros. & Larson, the contractors.  Thursday afternoon the first passenger  coach ever seea in the Boundary country, rolled into the Cascade yards with  the party of inspecting officials aboard.  It consisted of Chief Engineer Tye,  Chief Assistant Engineer Sullivan,  Superintendent and Chief Dispatcher  Lawrence, all of Trail, Government  Inspector Fellows of Ottawa, arid  Superintendent F. P. Guetlius, of  Trail.  A flat car, with a canopy, had been  pushed ahead of the train and the  party had every  opportunity" to give  Dominion Copper Co.  "   Mr. Hugh Sutherland's present visit  to British Columbia is in  the  capacity  of Managing Director of the Dominion  Copper Co., Limited, one of the largest  organizations of the  kind   in   Canada,  having an authorised capital of $5,000,-  000.    The  President- is Senator  Cox,  and  Mr.  Wm.- Mackenzie, the famous  rail way .man,' is Vice-President.    Other  directors are Mr. D. D. Mann   and   Mr.  J.. W.  Flavelle.      The company   has  purchased  and ^amalgamated the well  known  copper mines of. the  Phoenix  camp  in   the Boundary district,   consisting of the Brooklyn and   Standard,  the Stemwinder., and Montezuma, and  the Raw Hide and Idaho, the'most important consolidation  of, copper mines  that, has  yet been  brought under one  management in Brtish- Columbia.-    It  is not ihtendedhoweyer, that; the^oper-  ations   of "the : Company shall !be confined   to   these   properties,   as" it has  taken power  under its charter of incorporation  to   acquire,   manage  develop,  work,  arid sell mines, mineral  claims, and- mining properties general  ly, at itsdiscretisn. , The .flotation of  this Company has occupied a considerable portion of Mr.   Sutherland's time  during the summer that is just passad;  but  it has  been  successfully accomplished, and all transfers and  other arrangements necessary to. the ���completion of the deal have been made.     The  Company, fortified with all the capital  required for ' the  most extensive operations,   is   prepared   for .active work.  Within ) the next month it will instal  new machinery of; the latest 'and.best  descriptionl    "These operations are iu  progress now, and when completed the  Company will be in a position  to give  employment to between a hundred and  a hundred and fifty men.   In   view of  the labor troubles,   however,   it is not  yet decided whether  active operations  shall  proceed at once,  or be held in  suspense until the present  disturbed  condition of the mining industry  shall  afford some promise of settlement.���  Nelson Miner.  GEO.   R.   NADEN,   Manager.  W. B.'RIGKARDS&CQ--...  Fire, LifeandAccida.it ...Real Estate and Financial Agents.  insurance. ~ ���=  MINING BROKERS.  ��� MIDWAY, B. C,  Mine Pumps  IMPROVED SINKING PUMPS.  PISTON PATTERN.  This Pump is of comparatively lifi-ht wcifrht  easy to handle and (rives unqualified satisfaction, It has no projecting- valve g-ear or parts  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 catalog-ue and  figures before purchasing.  We manufacture a full   line of Pumps for  mine work.  %mi Ltd.  Toronto, Ont.  CUNLIFFE t&ABLETT  Agents at Rossland.  Dining Rooms will be open- WA  ��S ed on Sunday, August 13th.       ����S  &��        '    MEALS AT ALL HOURS. sM  || Log Cabin Hotel tor Brewery. M  CORYELL'S MAP, Price $1.25.  Kerby's Map of Wellington Camp, $1.00  A fine line of  Pipes,   Cigars,^  o Tobacco  and Pouches  Just Received.  J. A. WORTH,  Druggist"'' Midway.  F��R SALE  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 iu the neighbourhood o  Kamloops. ' k,  MACK AY & WALKEN  '      Agents at Vancouver.  * ��� GREENWOOD ��� *  Dealers iii Hay, Grain, Potatoes, Butter, Eggs, etc,  ..;-,.  -.-'������.���������   =��5    ��#���'..%?    V?       .     . .  HEAVY   WAGON   SCALES   IN   CONNECTION   WITH   OUR   BUSINESS  Silver Street, Greenwood.  It is reported that the Columbia Telegraph and Telephone company, have  contracted with J. P. Graves to construct 50 miles of private-telephone  lines, connecting the smelter and all  .the company's properties in the different camps.  MINERAL,  ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  CITY VIEW Mineral Claim, situated in the  KettleRiver Mining Division of Yale District.  Where Located : In Skylark camd.  TAKE NOTICE that I, E. A. Bielenberg,  free miner's certificate No, 25867 A, intend,  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  LIME I LIME / / LIME ! ! I  The only first class White Lime in the Boundary. ���.-,"���  Pe f&no<&; 5?alle Btme ���o>t  Is now prepared to furnish lime.on short notice  in any Quantity ;   Enquire of .. .  WE. MEDILL, mgr.  Camp McKinney Hotel,  HUGH CAMERON, Proprietor.  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cifrars.  Goon   Staiiling.  THISTLE  ���:  is the'Best Scotch Whisky  ���AND���     ���������.'������.'���'������  SEAGRAM'S  The Best Canadian.  SOI.E AGENTS:  R.. P. RiTHET & Go. Ltd.  VICTORIA     B.C.  H.  KEMP..  ....J.  HOLMES  KEMP & HOLMES,  wmMm.  OFFICES,   STORES AND   WINDOWS  CLEANED.  Capets Sewn, Laid and Cleaned.  PRIVATE NURSING  FOR GENTLEMAN...   Leave Orders at Henry Sauve's  Stand, Copper street,  Fairview Drug And Book Store.  �� JOHN LOVE & CO. &  Druggists and Stationers  A2&       &��&       SS  tS?        =>tf        =����*  . FAIRVIEW and CAMP McKINNEY.  '*   .#    *  A   full   line    of    Drug-s,    Stationery,  Drug-g-ists Sundries.  Prescriptions   Carefully Compounded,  STRAYED.  From Phoenix, B. C, about 4th August, tu-o  saddle horses, one a bay, branded 6 on riph:  shoulder, and the other a sorrel, branded f on  lijf'it shoulder. A suitable reward will be paid  to any j>er.son leaving- in formation at the  Pioneer hotel, Greenwood, that will lead to  their recovery. J. A. MUNSON, ���iiinrrmwiiiiirmi  B^twnMW^gF^rfi^  4  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES;  Q&ounbarj ��reefi itimw  PUBLISHED   WEEKLY   BY  The Boundary Creek Printinf & Publlshlne  Company, Limited.  Duncan Ross '. Editor.  W. J. Harbek ...\ .; .Manag-er.  SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER 23, 1899.  THE WATER SUPPLY.  The court that was held in the city  a few days ag-o to determine the rig-hts  of mine owners to the use of the water  in the vicinity of their mines revealed  a rather startling: condition in connec-  ��� tion with the development of the great  mineral resources of this district. The  evidence taken conclusively proved  that there was only a limited amount  of water available. The great mines  of Greenwood camp must depend on  Twin creek for a supply���and the  rather remote possibility , of having-  , this aug-merited by water from the  lake that is said to be the source of  Providence creek. The supply in  ��� Twin creek can possibly be maintained  by the water from the mines but the  requirements of the city for fire pro-  " tection purposes can not be lost sig-ht  of. The mines in the other camps are  in a better position so far as water is  concerned, but none of them have too  liberal an amount. ' -..,..  The spirit and intention of the water  clauses consolidation act is to distribute the water from streams in such  a way that the greatest possible number of ^industries may be benefitted.  We believe that Cold Commissioner  trambly appreciates this and is always  ready to grant a record to mining:  companies who are anxious to use the  water in connection with their works.  Under the circumstances mining-  companies should realize the fact that  there is not too much water for all and.  thateach company is entitled' to the  amount it requires and no more.  J. B. McArthur of Columbia voiced  the proper sentiment when he stated  . that amicable arrang-ements should be  made among- rival applicants so that  the best possible distribution could be  made.   '������' .      .     ''.:  The contamination of the water is  another important point. The mining  industry of the country is of first importance. It is the backbone of the  country. ..Upon it depends the prosperity and growth of cities and the  extension of profitable commercial  pursuits. While every city and every  citizen has , a right to protest against  the pollution of any streams by ex-  taneous matter that can' be easily kept  outfit is a mistake to harrass a mining  or smelting company by offering  objections to those matters that cannot be avoided in the carrying on of  mining industries.  Cities must look for a source of water  for. domestic purposes as far away  from the big mines as possible. It is  idle to attempt to preserve a supply by  harrassing mining companies.  tions leading up to the decision were  conducted quietly and without any  flourish of trumpets. Greenwood is  also to be congratulated upon the fact  that the men who represent the British  Columbia Copper company are gentlemen who believe that smelting is , a  legitimate '���'' business that can pay its  way without holding up a city for a  large bonus. The British Columbia  Copper company , could have followed  precedents and demanded a bonus from  the city that would practically cripple  it financially.. They begin their smelting career in the Boundary Creek district, encouraged by the good opinion  of all mining men and the respect of  the residents of the city in which their  works are located. _  NEW DISTRICTS.  Thb recent discoveries in the Kettle  river district above Rock creek, and  the  bonding  of   properties   at   large  figures, indicate that the. mines to the  west   are to  be of great importance.  The treriii of big mining camps, like  that of civilization, appears to be westward.    In  the early  history of quartz  mining in southern British Columbia,  Nelson   was the Mecca and all eyes  were -turned   to  Slocan.    Trail  creek  came into prominence and Nelson soon  had a powerful rival for supremacy in  the; city of Rossland.   The  glory of  Trail  creek was soon eclipsed by that  of Boundary creek, in so far as offering  attractions to the pioneer mining man.  Boundary Creek will soon be a district  of permanent mines and big dividend-  payers.    Greenwood will be its metrop-  lis���a large, solid  business city.    The  excitement of pioneering will be transferred to the Kettle river country.    A  new town will spring up there that will  occupy a position similar to that of  Greenwood  today.    This district, too,  will settle down in a big mining camp,  free from the excitement and fascination of new finds and big strikes.   The  excitement will travel   farther   westward to the Similkameen.    From  the  Crow's  Nest Pass until  the farming  lands of the Fraser river  are reached,  is   one   of   the    largest   and   richest  mineral   belts   in   the   world.    It  will  make British   Columbia  the  most  important province in the Dominion.  The Deal Put Through.  Agreements were signed in Spokane  on Thursday -whereby the Bosun and  Fidelity  mines near New Denver are  consolidated,   and    they   will, in   the  future be operated under the management of the Northwest Mining Syndicate, which is a L/Ondon corportion, represented -in ; the   Slocan   by   W.  H.  Sandiford.   The owners of the Fidelity  were Scott McDonald, F.  J.  Finucane  of   Greenwood,   and   T.  J. L,endrum.  The deal is not a sale, but is rather a  combination of interests whereby the  two mines���which adjoin each other on  the same vein���are made bne'Tproperty,  to be operated as a whole.   The exact  terms of  the agreement are not made  public.    The  amount of cash passing  is small, and the Fidelity owners are  still largely interested in  the property  under   the   new arrangements.      The  Bosun.mine is a famous property.  Mr.  Sandiford  took ^a 30-day option on it  year ago  last May.   THe   agreement  was that he should do the assessment  work for the option, and at the end of  of 30 days he might buy the claim for  $7,500 or bond it for a year for $15,000,  with 10 percent, down. . He was ridiculed by the old timers of New, Denver  for his credulity in having anything to  to do with the property, which had always been considered a rank wild-cat  and had originally been deemed  valuable only for ranching purposes.    But  Mr. Sandiford is a mining man of wide  experience.    He   has   represented   his  London  company   in  mining 'regions  the world around.   For years he operated a silver-lead mine .in Servia for  his principals.   He has  been in South  Africa: and on the eastern coast of;that  continent:   He has mined in India and  operated in  Argentina.   He was not  taking other people's views; therefore,  when-he invested in the Bosun.    Mr.  Sandiford was at the Phair last night  on his'wayback from Spokane.���Nelson Tribune.  THE LEADING MEN'S FURNISHING STORE, GREENWOOD.  Fall and Winter Goods Arriving Daily in Large Shipments.  HERE ARE A  FEW ���  EYE-GRENERS . .  .  Men's heavy shoes, per pair, from..........;......,       ;... $2  Men's pants, all sizes, per pair, from     2  Men's Sweaters, each, from ;....    1  Men's Top Shirts, each, from 'i ������   Men's Underwear, per suit, from...: i:.    1  Men's Suspenders, per pair, from.... ,..;.  ....:... ...;....  Men's Hats from.'.1 :...    .............: .;..........;.....    1  Men's Caps from.; :...'...."..;[     ....���.............;...... ...'.  Children's Shoes, per pair, from..  ..-....,........'  Bank of Montreal  Capital,  Rest   all paid up.  $12,000,000.  .$6,000,000.  President:  Lord Strathcona and Mount-Royal,  Vice-President:  Hon. George A. Drcmmokd.  General Manag-er.'.' ..E. S.Clouston.  ' j!��    ��lfe    sVfe  ���  ir     vii*     *)f   ���'  Branches in London (England),  New York, Chicago,  And in the principal cities iu Canada.  , '/#��� m m  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,  F. J. FINUCANE. Manaeer  THE   CANADIAN.  Full Lines of Ladies, Men's and Children's Rubber Goods  95  75  SPECIAL BARGAINS OFFERED IN UNDERWEAR.  Our   Genuine    Fleece-Lined    Underwear,    All    Sizes,  r;;:;0NLY;'$2;;A;SUIT.,.::v:;':.;:v  Our Heavy-Grkih, Nailed Wide-welt Men's Shoes   $3  Our Easy Walking Shoes.................... .. ...     2  _   ;',,.'. , And Don't Forget  Our Champion Overalls $1.00 a Pair,  "'''������.��� .'."��� :   ~~     " ������"���'���', (4?& ��� ������  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:  TORONTO.-  Established 1867.  Pai<U*p Capital > ?. $6,000,000,  '";.[Six Million Dollars.]   V     ."';;/ V.  Rest.. .................l......./..l..;....^.$i.obb.6bo.  PRESIDENT.  HON.   GEO.   A.   COX.  B.E.WALKER,  General Manager.  j. h;Hummer,' '���  Asst. General Manager.  f be lUfeite Fr0nt Store,  Government St,  <^^^��^��'\      Greenwood, B.  C.  THe  The fore part of the week Mr. A. D.  McLennan had a force of workmen engaged in packing-the furniture of the  Windsor hotel, preparatory to moving-  to Greenwood.���Trail News.  FIRST SHIPMENT OF  4��  4��  4��  Clothing  Hats and  Caps,  (Manufacturers and........  Dealers in all Kinds of  This Bank has the largest number of  Branches of any Bank in Canada, with  Agencies at New York, Chicago, New  Orleans, Skagway and Dawson City..  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,,,;  '"���.'\y.'-:i"pj'' A��� cAMeron.  Manager.  THE  BANK   OP  and Dressed  Shingles, Lath and Mouldings  FOR FALL....  JUST ARRIVED.  W. M. LAW <& CO.  4��  Telephone 36.  Office!     Corner  Dundee Streets,  Copper and  Greenwood,  THE   PALAOE   LIVERY   STABLE.  THE SMELTER.  Greenwood is to be congratulated  upon the final decision that the big  smelting works of the British Columbia  Copper company are to be established  within  the city limits,    Any negotia-  F.J.MITCHELL  IN   THE2 BOUNDARY  Extra Well Fitted for Long fDrives,  Ponies.   Feed Barn,   Hay and  A. W. ROBINS   -  -   -   PROPRIETOR  CREEK   DISTRICT.  Saddle Horses and Pack  Oats For Sale,  Established in 1836. .''"���  Incorporated by Royal Charted  Paid-up CapItal.!....;....:......$4,86<S,666  Reserve Fund .l...:....$l,460,000  London Office:     ;  3 Clement's Lar.e, Lombard Street, E. C.  '"������..' _iV4_ .-���'.'���  Court of Directors':d  J. H. Brodle, John James Carter, Gaspard  Farrer, Richard H. Glyn, Henry I. R. Farrer,  Ed. Arthur Hoare, H. J.B. Kendall, J. J. Kings-  ford, Fred Lubbock, Georg-e D. Whatman.  Secretary, A. G.Wallis.       ���  Pead office in Canada: St. James St., Montreal  H. Stikeman, general manager.  J. Elmsley, inspector.  ���#���     -        ���:V''  Branches in Canada:  London,    Brantford,     Hamilton,    Toronto,  Moutreal. Ottawa, Kingston.Qnebec, St.' John,  N. B., Brandon,  Winnipeg-, Fredcrictou, N. B.,  Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver, Rossland, Kaslo,  Trail, Ashcroft. Dawson City, Klondike, N. W.  T., Greenwood. Atlin and Bennett, B. C  Agents in the United States:  Spokane���Traders'  National Bank and Old  National Bank.    New York���(52 Wall street)  W. Lawson and  J.   C.   Welsh,   agents.    San  Francisco���(124   Sansome   street)   H.  J.  Mc-  Michael and J. R. Ambrose agents.  , London Bankers:.  The Bank of England and Messrs. Glyn & Co.  ^ Foreign Agents:  Liverpool���Bank of Liverpool. Australia-  Union Bank of Australia. New Zealand���Union  Band of Australia, Bank of New Zealand.  India, China and Japan���Cnartored Mercantile  Bank of India, London and China, Agra Bank.  West Indies���Colonial Bank. Paris-Marcuard.  Krauss & Co.   Lyons���Credit Lyonnais.  F. T. SHORT, Manaeer,   Greenwood,   B.  C.  HAS JUST  RECEIVED  A LARGE  SPRING # SUMMER  SUITINGS.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Greenwood St,      Greenwood.  ....MONEY SAVED-.  Is Money Made.  YOU can save money  by buying your,,,,  ��� .GROCERIES.  -AT-  Midway, Kettle River.  First-class Accommodation.   Good Stabling.   Stopping Pi,ace fos Stages.  McAULEY & KcIGHTLEY, Proprietors,  COPPER STREET���  GREENWOOD,  C. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  FIGHT FOR WATER.  BEFORE THE GOLD COMMISSIONER  Mining Companies Struggling to Secure Water  Enough to Run Their Big Industries���Important Applications Heard 6y C- A. R.  Lamely,  Mineowners    and    their   solicitors,  ���.:" smelter men and their solicitors, town-  site men and their solicitors���all fight-  ;   ing- fiercely to secure control of water-  were. the   formidable ��� gathering that  greeted. Chas. A. R. Lambly, the gold  commissioner,   as he on Monday took  the seat usually occupied by the mayor,  in the court house, and endeavored to  equitably   distribute   the   water   that  runs through  Boundary creek and  its,  tributaries.     Never before did lawyers  fight so hard for water.    Some  of the  disciples of'; Blackstone wanted it unpolluted, "while others didn't  care so  long as they got it.    The ,tall wraithlike for ni, of W.  R, Williams, the af-,  fable agent; of the Dominion Copper  Mine's, limited, was the first to appear;  before the commissioner.   Through his  solicitors,", Pringle. &   Whiteside,   he  asked ithat his j compa:ny be given the  use , of "the waterV' of ��� the lake on the  '   Timer, fraction, which is supposed to  '   be   the   source of  Providence   creek.  Solicitor   Whiteside   made   a   smooth  _talk   and he  almost succeeded in convincing   the gold commissioner , that  the  success   of Mackenzie,   Mann   &  Co.'s big flotation depended upon the  waters of this nameless lake; but J. B.  McArthur,  of   Columbia,   dropped   in  and   the   little plan  was temporarily  knocked in the head.    J.  B. McArthur  pictured the people'o'f the big town of  Phoenix in the position of the ancient  mariner   with   "water,    water   everywhere nor any drop to drink" if the  big mining companies  were going to  use it all in running boilers, and compressors.    He   wanted  the water preserved for the free and enlightened fellow citizens of   Phoenix.     Then   the  astute Frank Robbins, the manager of  the    Big    Copper . company,    opened  negotiations    with   the   fiery   lawyer  from Columbia.    After, a short conflab  it was arfnounced that they had come to  terms.    The   Dominion   Copper   company   could have five miners' inches  from the' lake.    But Andrew L,eamy,  the   city solicitor, had something   to  say.   If this lake was the source of  Providence creek, then the city was interested.    The city wanted  the water  of Providence creek to augment the  present supply,  and if the water was  taken  from the source, even a Provi-  . dence creek would be of little service to  the city. . It : was then decided to examine the  lake to, discover where it is  ' and how much .water it contains and  final action.was deferred for/one month.  The Montreal Boundary Creek com-  Vpariy,  ,o\yning   the   Sunset   group; of  claims, waritedto'Vmpve  up'the creek a  bit and get their water from  ahigher  source.    They   were   about   the   only  company in the  fortunate position  of  having no opposition, so the commissioner allowed them a  higher point of  diversion on Deadwood creek.  The -two,: big- .companies of Greenwood camp locked'horns over the  waters of Twin'creek. Jos. E. Boss,  who represented' Mackenzie,' Mann ���&  Co. before the. days of the Dominion  Copper company," secured a record for  water put of Twin creek. The Old  Ironsides company wanted"water too.  Hallett & Shaw, representing the Old  Ironsides company,' tried to convince  'the gold commissioner that the Dominion Copper company were rion-  users of water and that joe Boss was  not the owner of the properties at the  time the records were granted. Mr.  Whiteside indignantly repudiated the  idea that the Dominion Copper company didn't use water. Several witnesses were examined on both sides.  The gold- commissioner decided that  the Dominion Copper company were  entitled to their record. He was willing to grant an interim record to the  Old Ironsides company or .they could  appeal.  The direct antithesis of the representative of the Dominion Copper company was Paul Johnson, of the British  Columbia Copper company. Mr. Johnson wanted some water for his'smelter  and asked for a record from Boundary  and Copper creeks. J. P. Mcl/eod, representing the Midway Townsite company, didn't want the smelter to get  any water and said so in a half a hundred different ways. He simply flooded  Mr. Shaw with objections to the application. The two lawyers quoted every  clause in the water clauses consolidation act that were relevant to the application���and some that were not���  and told the court how similar cases  were decided in other parts of the  world where they had water troubles of  their own. Paul Johnson was a good  witness and imparted a lot of information. His company were dickering  with the Cascade Power company to  get power to run the machinery and  would like it if they got. it cheap  enough. If not they would require  one-half a miner's inch for every 100  horse power used. They would want  some water for the jackets, but this  would be returned to the stream unpolluted. The smelter would not consume  the water nor contaminate it. Then  Mr. McLeod wanted to know if the  British Columbia Copper company  didn't intend .to build a concentrator.  Mr. "Johnson; replied that this was  probable. The concentrator might  make the water dirty; for a few feet,  but it will be-all right by the time it  got to Midway. The heavens during  a heavy rainfall carrried more pollution into the stream than would a  concentrator in a whole year. Anyway they could build a dam to collect  any waste matter froni the concentrator  and' then .Midway people would have  no kick coming.  During- the investigation"^ was made  apparent /that; Boundary ;creek is already a niuctf recorded' stream- Some  6,000 inches are recorded; and about  500 inches is the capacity of the stream.  Jifr. McI<eod filed several objections to  the granting of the reeord. He put in  declarations to show that the Midway  Townsite company's ditch cost money  and that they had guaranteed g-ood  water to purchasers: of .lots. There  were: also ��� some , records:,; for irrigation  purposes affected, and the'"' grold commissioner could not properly adjudicate upon the application without the  assistance of Leonard Norris, the land  commissioner. Mr. Shaw hammered  away at Mr. McLeod's objections and  Mr. Lambly decided to take some time  to arrive at a decision.  The Dominion Copper company also  wanted some water for the Rawhide.  A. K. Stuart and W. B. Rickards  wanted the same water for the Pheasant. Another compromise was started  and this application went over for a  month.  There were other applications of  minor importance.  Mr. Lambly adjourned his court sine  die at noon Tuesday, and the many applicants were for the nonce satisfied to  take water in limited quantities.  Mr. -Murray Back. ���.-.  Mr. C. B. Murr ay  of Hall & Murray  has just returned from a trip to British  Columbia.    Mr.   Murray   said   that  in  addition   to the vast  amount of work  being-done and money expended in the  development of mining properties,there  is also an ^.extensive  amount of work  being done ihjthe way of building, railroad construction and roadniakihg-.   In  the- Boundary country: such towns as  Grand .Forks  and Greenwood  are beginning  to rival Rossland.and Nelson  in  importance,: and now that the railroad has'reached the former, and shortly  will  the latter,  the old-- terrors of  staging will be removed.     In  reply to  an inquiry as to his impressions of the  Athabasca,    he    said    that    he   had  measured  up over 2,500 lineal feet of  tunneling-;  shafting, and winzing-, and  that even; taking the ore in No. 2 ledge  as only 12 inches wide, there xan be no  doubt  that there is over a million dollars' worth of it blocked out.    Only a  settlement  of   the   lab.or   troubles    is  needed to enable the superintendent to  save $20,000 to $25,000 worth of bullion  monthly.       In   the   neighborhood    of  Phoenix camp a great deal of building  is  going   on,   and  a  very substantial  little mining town is being built.    Not  far off in Summit camp a great deal of  work  is  also  being done-on such properties as the Emma, OroDinero, B.C.,  Rathmullen  and  others.     This latter  company   owns   a   group   of   sixteen  claims,  on  several of which there are  promising-  looking  finds. ,  On  one of  them,  the Maple Leaf,   a lot of work  has been done, and they have installed  a steam  pump  and hoist, and are now  installing- compressor   drills.     - At   a  depth  of some 60 feet on  the Maple  Leaf  the   ledge   was   crosscut   at an  angle for some 29 feet, giving a total  width of over 25 feet  of  splendid-looking ore,  carrying values, according to  assays,  of $12 to over $40, the latter  being taken from a pay streak of some  ten feet in width.  A great deal of work has also been  done on the different properties in  Camp McKinney, and it has already,  in addition to the Cariboo mine, another bullion-producer in the Granite &  Banner properties, owned by the' Camp  McKinney Mines, Limited. With a  little five-stamp outfit they have been  for some time past quietly pounding  out $500, to $600 worth of bullion  weekly, at an expenditureof something  under $25 a day for mining and  milling-.���Toronto Globe.  This week we placed in stock  a carload of Tapestry, Brussels  and Axminster Carpets.  a;  Before Buying Carpets and  Floor Oil Cloths, see our Big  Stock,  V*/" >AS* >AS*  *^1/      ^V       **%*  Also a Full Line of Furni/  ture on second floorj  *4<    .*4>     ^  ��   e   ��   ��   ��  VICTORIA, B, C  LONDON,  ENa  VANCOUVER, B. C.  TURNER, BE ETON   &   CO.  WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS;  IMPORTERS.  BRANCH   V   y    v    ,  CIGARS,  ...v Carpets,   -  Tents, ';���  kootenay;;  LIQUORS,  "Tobaccos,  - Boots*  SHIPPERS   AND  >   NELSON, B, C,  DRY GOODS,  China Matting,  Ore. Bags,  'WRITE   J=OR   CATALOGUE.  awnjilin���  Head Office and Works at  :'��� V Beiaeviiae, Ont.  . Branch Office and Works at  .���:'   Trait., B.C.  THE  AC  ACHINE  *L,a,  Limited,  Manufacturers of ,  Air  Compressors,  Roc  Drills, He'sting   and Stationary Engines,  Boilers,  Ore Trucks, Ore Cnrs, Ore Buckets, etc.  Agents for Knowles Steam Pump Works.  Our Shops at Trail are most complete,  consequently  we are in  a position   to handle all  kinds of Repairs.    If you are troubled with your Drills freezing, or wish to  ^  save money buying repairs, then   USE   OURS.  ^iiiiauiiiuuiiuaiiuiuiaiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiuiaaiiuiuiiiiiiiiiaiuuaiiaiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiuaii^  TUNNELS,  MINES   AND   QUARRIES  Straight Line Duplex and Compound  OOMRELTE   MINE   EOUIRMENT.  JAMES   COOPER   MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Limited  MONREAL,  P. Q.  Branch   Office, ROSSLAND, B, G JAMES D, SWORD, Manager, THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  o   o  o   o  THE OENTER  OR THE SIMILKAMEEN   DISTRIOT.       A   MINING   AND   AGR/OULTURAL  OENTER  ,.L@TS ARE N��W ��N THE MARKET..  THE BUSINESS STREET,  Third Avenue 100 feet wide*  Lots 30 x 120. Corner Lots $150,  Inside Lots $100,  Terms 1-3 cash,  OTHER STREETS,  CORNER LOTS $100.  __      INSIDE LOTS $75'.  in three months and six months.  Bealey Investment & Trust Company.  LIMITED.  General Agents,  Greenwood, B, G  For Further Particulars R  R   PARKINSON,   Fairview,  Apply TO E BULLOCK WEBSTER, Keremeos,  THE EAST FORK.  Big Copper-Gold Ledges   Found la the  New  District.  Confirmation of the recent strikes on  the east fork of the north fork of Kettle river, about 50 miles from this city,  has been received.    Harry Donogh and  Harry McLaren, of Carson, B. C, and  Thomas Ranee came down a few days  ago, bringing- some fine specimens of  gold-copper ore.   They made a number  of locations in Franklin camp, as  the  new   camp   has   been  named/ Three  miles south  other g-ood  strikes have  been made.   The place has been named  McKinley,   in  honor of the American  president.    On their way  out they met  20 prospectors, including- two men who  crossed the ranges from Cascade,   all  bound  for the new grold fields.   The  trio have returned to Franklin camp,  accompanied by Henry White, the locator of the Knob Hill and Old Ironsides.    The prospectors are elated over  their discoveries, and declare that the  surface showings surpass in size the  bigg-est y. ledg-es    ever   found; in   the  Boundary country.  From the end of the wagon road, 15  miles north of Grand Forks, there is a  g-ood pack-trail all the way in, with the  exception of a rock slide, seven miles  long-, above Lynch creek. The distance is about 52 miles, but if the new  road is cut through the Kettle river  valley, thus avoiding- several mountain  climbs, the route can be shortened to  about 40 miles.  Donogh and Ranee located.the Big  Three, Annex, Doctor and Surprise.  The claims form a. group and adjoin  the Banner and Bullion.. They are  situated on Franklin mountain, three  miles from the east fork and two miles  from Franklin creek. The Annex,  Doctor and Big Three, embrace most  of the summit, the Surprise having  been staked on the slope. The Annex  has a well mineralized iron ' cap 60  feet wide. The Doctor has not been  prospected. It too has a large ledge  lying in contact between granite and  lime. It lies between the Surprise and  Big Three. The Big Three has the  same ledge as the Annex. The showing on the Surprise consists of a vast  iron cap on a different lead. It laps  the Bullion and Banner.  The   Alpha,   located by  Harry McLaren,   is   described    as   one   of   the  largest gold-copper ledges the returned  prospectors had ever  seen.    It has a  copper-quartz ledge 30 feet wide, apparently   all   in   place,  and  carrying  gold values.   The ore seems to be very  rich.    When  Henry White saw a few  of the samples brought down  he immediately   decided   to   visit   the   new  eanip.    The Banner, located two years  ago by Frank Mcfarlane, has a lead 40  feet wide with shipping ore on the surface.     The   assessments    have   been  made on the property, which  has a 20-  foot shaft. Surface values, it is claimed,  gave values from $12  to SIS per ton.  The ore includes considerable- galena.  The Bullion,  owned by John Meyers,  on the same lead.   The bottom of an  eight-foot shaft is in ore.     Lying west  and next to the Banner is the Ajax,  owned by James Welcher and his partners, Laughan and Mclnnis, the Carson ranchers. They haye made other  locations. During their stay there,  W. Porter, who located the Brandon  and Golden Crown, accompanied by  his wife, arrived at the camp. Both  secured locations. When they arrived  there were about 10 prospectors in the  camp. During their stay two prospectors arrived and showed some. nice  specimens they ,claimed to have found  30 miles up the river.  The prospectors state that the mineral belt appears to be three and one-'  half to four miles wide, with a granite  reef on either side. It runs nearly due  east and west. On a clear day the  Arrow lakes are visible from, the summit. They also stated that" there is  plenty of room for prospectors. On  their way down they discovered lots of  "float." James Welcher has made  some locations in McKinley camp.  Claims have also been secured by Geo.  and Pat Wolfe, who are partners of  John A. Coryell, C. E., of this city.  There is abundant grass in thejvalley,  and the country is described as heavily  timbered. Harry McLaren located a  ranch at the mouth of Blue Point  creek, and D. B. Cairnes secured one  five miles above a point called Desolation. Nearly all the timber along the  east fork has just been located by a  man named McDougal. Several prospecting parties started from here this  week for the new camp.���Grand Forks  Miner.  MINERS and : :  PROSPECTORS  should" Wear   : :  Ames Holden Co.'s  ."-   v "Columbia"  "Kootenay"  " Vancouver  AH of which are First.class Foot Wear  W. J. Snodgrass & Sons, Prof.'s.  Leaves Penticton at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays for Camp McKinney,  Hock Creek, Midway, Anaconda, Greenwood,  Carson and Grand For.cs.  Returning- leaves Grand Forks at 7 a.ra. each  and every day except Sunday for Greenwood  and leaves Greenwood for Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 1 p.m.  Carries the Malls, Passengers and Express.  JO" Will sell through Tickets to Vancouver,  Victoria, Seattle or Portland.  ^iUUiaiiuuuiUiuuiUiiuiuuiuaiuuiUiiiiuuuuu^  CABLB ADDRESS.  MAORI.  OODB,  MORBINQ * NMAL.  CANADIAN NORTHERN.  BOUNDARY CREEK  THOS, MILLER.   MANAGER.  PUa of Mackenzie & Mann for a Transcontinental Road.  Mr. William Mackenzie, of the well  known firm- of- contractors, - Messrs.  Mann &��� Mackenzie, arrived in the city  last evening, and is staying at the  Windsor, says the Montreal Star.'  Asked about the mission of his partner, Mr. Dann Mann, to China, where,  it is understood, the firm have secured  a large contract for railway construction from the Imperial government of  China, Mr. Mackenzie said that advices had been received from Mr.  Mann stating that he had reached  Shanghai, at which place the preliminary negotiations with the Chinese  government are being carried on. Mr.  Mann states that he hopes to be able  to return to Canada some time in October next.  For some time it has been stated on  the floor of parliament and in the public press, that Mr. Maskenzie and his  partner have in view an ambitious  scheme for the construction of a transcontinental railway line from Lake  Superior to the Pacific. This question  was the subject of a good deal of discussion in the house of commons last  session. Asked what it was the intention to call this new railway, Mr.  Mackenzie said- that he thought the  Canadian Northern would be the most  suitable name for the new transcontinental line. While not in any way  interfering with existing railways  across the continent, Mr. Mackenzie is  of the opinion that the new road  -sMz/lL ESTATE, MINES, IV^URAZ^EB  ZS~���' '       ." .    .    .       ... ....       ===gr'"  ">��3.: Office : Corner Copper and Deadwood.Streets. ����V  ^S ��� ��� .,\ ���.  ' "   '''- - -���"��������� -��~-:-  ���'-~g; ��� ���   ��� -VV: : :    .-  .���;���~~~,     '    ~ ������ ���,-,S^  ��g GREENWOOD,       /       :      :        H. C. g  Mineral Act. 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  .  NOTICE.  YUCON Mineral Claim, situate In -the Kettle  River   Mining-   Division   of   Yale District.  Where located :   In Long- Lake camp.  TAKE NOTICE 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 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 13th day of July, 1899.  I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL   ACT,   1896.  Certificate   of  Improvements.  noticb.'  WREN mineral claim situate in the 'Kettle  River Mining- division of Yale district.  Where located :    In Wellington camp.  TAKE-, notice that I, Robert Denzler,  Free Miner's Certcficate No. 19074A intend, sixty days from the date hereof, .to  apply to the Mining- Recorder for a certificate  of improvements, fpr the purpose of obtaining  a Crown grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, undei  section 37, must be commenced before the Issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 4th day of August, 1899.  MINERAL   ACT,   1896  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  HELEN H. GARDNER mineral claim, situate  in the Similkameen   Mining   Division   of  .   Yale District. . Where located :    On Copper  Mountain,   adjoining; the  Sunset; mineral  claim on the South.  ,  TAKE NOTICE that i,F.W. Groves acting-  as <��� agent; for Jessey F. 'Miller* Free.  Miner's certificate No. 14359A ami R.Stevenson  Free Miners certificate No. 88596, 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. ':.���'���'     ; .    .      ...  : Arid 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.  '. ���. .   *'������..."..      ;-:F..vir. groves;       :  Mineral Act. 1886.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE.' '������  tracts' of valuable agricultural lands,  but it will afford an outlet to the  northern districts of Manitoba and the  Northwest Territories and the vast  mineral regions of Cassiar and northern British Columbia.  There   is,   Mr.   Mackenzie   thinks,  ample   room   in   Canada for another  transcontinental railway  to  open  up  this vast northern country which is not  in  any   way served by the Canadian  Pacific railway. The work of construction  on  the line of the   Ontario and  Rainy   River  railway  is progressing  fairly well.    One hundred  miles of the  line from Port Arthur westward is under contract   to some dozen or more  contractors.    The work on these contracts was delayed for  a time through  the impossibility  to getting laborers,  owing to the extraordinary demand for  labor in the northwest.    The work is  now being pushed ahead, and  it is expected that before the end  of the present  season  fifty miles  of line will  be  completed.    With regard to the prairie  sections of the road, Mr. Mackenzie  is  in the hopes that ISO miles will be completed before the winter season sets in.  Speaking with regard to the engineering   difficulties    expected   in   the  building of a railway through the Yellow Head pass in the Rocky mountains.  Mr.  Mackenzie said  he  had not any  will j definite information as to what difficul-  .'engineers agreed that the Yellow Head  pass was an easy one to build'thrbughi  The work of construction from the  mountains westward to the Pacific,Mr'.  Mackenzie thinks will be by all means  the most difficulty and costly.  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 tU.it I, F. W. Groves, acting as agent for Charles Saunders,  free miner's ccrtificateNo. 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:  F.  W.  GROVES.  FALCON Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle  River5 Mining- Division of Yale District.  Where located: In Atwood camp 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. 19633a, 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,' 1889.  I. H. HALLETT.  NOTICE.  T\T OTICE is hereby given that the under-  _L jL signed William C. McDougall will apply  to the Assistant Commissioner of Lande 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. McDOUGALL.  Mineral Act. 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  GARFIELD Mineral Claim, siiuate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located : In Greenwood  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Geo. W. Rumbcrger,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B64S0, as  agent for myself and Richard T. Daniels, Free  Miner's Certificate No, B1S07S, Thomas Stack,  Free Miller's Certificate No. 33678a and Christ-  her McDonald, Free Miner's Certificate No.  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.  Datedthis 19th day of July, 1899.  G. W. RUMBERGER.  ephcr  12524a  not only open up for settlement vast   ties might be expected, more than that  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 on the premises known  as the Log Cabin Hotel, situate on Government  street, near the city limits. J. J. MILLER.-  Greenwood, July 22,1899,  MINERAL   ACT,   1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements  NOTICE.  TIMER FRACTION mineral claira.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 hi commenced before the  issuance of such certificate of improvement,  Dated this 13th day of July, 1899. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  MIDWAY NOTES,  W. T. Smith was in town Sunday.  J. M. Lynch came down from McKinney Saturday.  Mr. Gordon, of Greenwood, spent a  day in Midway-this week.  Spencer Benerman has gone to Long  Lake camp for a few days.  Prof. Montgomery, of Toronto, was  here on Tuesday, en route to^CJamp  _ McKinney.  Messrs/Holbrook and Ivens, of Nelson, B. C, are in town looking np a  business location.  The youngest child of Mackie Ingrim  died on Sunday after several weeks'  illness.  Mrs; Sydney M. Johnson, of Ana-  corda, is visiting Mrs. W. G. McMynn.  Johnny Bell and Alex. Wallace weie  here Tuesday on their way to Rendell.  E. KeigHtly and wife are spending a  few days" at Myers creek.  Mrs. 'B. Lequime and children left  for San^Francisco, via Vancouver, this  week. They intend remaining there  for the winter.  Tenders 'are being called for the  erection-;of' a building 30x70, next to  W. B. Rickards & Co.'s office. It is  the intention of the owners to put in a  stage and first class 'floor for dancing.  The Spokane"^'and ��� Northern/Telegraph "line was completed to here on  Saturday "evening. It is rumored that  a popiiiar young lady from Greenwood  will take'charge of the office in a week  or so/  Louis Ouillette came down from Copper creek, on the Main river, this  week. '~He reports several desirable  locations 'in the immediate neighborhood of'the Lottie P.   ���  Mr. and Mrs. C.VA. R. Lambly came  over'from Fairview bri Sunday: '<t  Forbes M. Kerby, P.--L. sS?;- .was  married,-on Wednesday, 13th inst., in  the Presbyterian church, Vernon, to  Miss Ida E. J3irnie, of that .place, the  only sister of-Messrs. Birhie/of -Greenwood.    '        .", -.', -x  Mr. and Mrs. Kerby came in via  Robson to Grand Forks, on'the first  regular passenger train, ,on th,e Columbia & Western]railway. ��� 'Thijy; are' expected here" this week, arid a warm welcome awaits -them- by their many  friends.  2s!  mmmmmmmmmmmkf  ^iuiiiiuiiiiuiuiiiiaiiiiiaaiiiaiiiuuiiiaiiiiuiiuiiiuiiuiiiiiiiiaiiaiiiiiuiiiiuaiiuiuiiiiiiii^  El Crepusculo,  Por Larranaga,  Benjamin Franklin,  Manuel Garcia, Alonza  El Ecuador  Bock and Afficana  La Flor De R Fulton  IS T1IK BEST HOTEL IN GREENWOOD. A New Building, well furnished.'- First-class  Service in all departments. Choice, Wines,'Liquors' and Cigars, o Headquarters for, .Mining  and Commercial Men.  ��� ..TurKish and Egyptian..  CIGARETTES.  Copper Street, Greenwood.  ^mmn?m!!!mmnm?mmnm?!!?f!!n!ni!n!??m?!!Hj!Hmmmrf!n!n?t?Hf!n?nn??!?H!?H!!!^  LIVE AND LET LIVE.  Buy Your Bread and Pastry at the  Pipes and Smokers  Articles   STATIONERY.  H.A.KING&Co.  COPPER ST.  tfUUMUiuutiUiUiiiaiiUf?  K  KETTLE   RIVER MINING   DIVISION.  Record   of Mineral Locations for the Week  Ending September 20.1899. " '  -..September 14. -, lt-  Captaiu, fraction,' Deadwood camp, S. Birch.  " September IS.  C. G. T., Lost creek, Joe Clement;  Silver Lake, Lost creek, Joe Clement.   -  Ector, Kimberiycainp', A. Anderson.  Tom Bluff, Rock creek, T. Bluff.  'September 18. .    .  R. M., Copper creek, Louis Pilkey,  Gold-Point,-Rock creek, Dick Lum.  , September 19.  Summerside, mjar'Midway, Claude 'Gldon. "  Silver Cliff, Kimberly, D. R. McBlmon.  Diamond Hitch, Kimbfe'rly, D.' R.'McEltuofi.  Whale, fractioji, Kimberly, D.' R. McElmoh.  Certificates of Work.,  i   September 13. ,  Gold Drop, JeWef GoldMines.'    '  V September 14.     ,   .'  Flyingr Cloud, Thos. Hogan.  September IS.  Sultan, fraction. Ellen McEwen, et al"  Hanibal,: Geo. H.'Inkster.  Utopia, R. Roberts. _  '''-"-September 19.   -���   '.      '  Colonel Sellers, W. L. C. Gordon.  Orinoco, W.;L. C.-.Gordon.  95, Jolm t. Bell.  Gold Drop. Jewel Gold. Mines. Limited.  St. Lawrence, T. E. O'Brien.  -Transfers. _���  September IS.  Sunflower, )i interest, John Frost to- J. Hi Mac.  farlane.  Hannibal, 5-6 interest, St. Clair-Inkster tp Geo.  ,  .H. Inkster.-   <_"    ,   . ;.    .,.''  Carbonate, JJ   intesest,  John   P.   Johnson" to  The'd. Witte. '.'.,-  .    .  September 19.' ���    ''-.,'  NellieM., ^.interest,. J. rB. Moody to Fred B.  Holmes.   ���'. V'ti'  '��� '-.-."��� <   ���-.'���':.,- '."'���  ,   .'^September 18. '.?'. " "'.:  Crown Point, -No.:- 2 and No..3, all  interest,  Prospecting Spndicate, of British Columbia  to Joh|i Douglas, et al.  .Lulo, all interest, Ida G. Thompson et al. to  Randolph Stuart, etal. ..-'���'..-  Lulo, all interest, Leslie Hill,et al to Randolph  Jtuartet al. -   .   -��� '���.���-.-������-.  cations for water records. Mr. McArthur believes there is no'place like  Columbia, althoug-h he has a second  )><[ love at Phoenix, where -he has subdivided -the surface rights of several  claims into city lots.  George Birkett Taylor, assistant city  clerk, arrived in the city on Tuesday  morning.' He is an aggressive young  fellow and-will make his ���" daddy " toe  the mark for some time to come.  Forbes M. Kerby' who joined the  Order of Bendicts last .week was 'just  a little bit excited on his trip to  Vernon. At Camp McKinney he  placed his "trosseau" on the wrong  stage'and his wedding suit was being  brought towards Greenwood when the  driver of the stage and the passengers  were startled by hearing a rig coming  behind at a furious rate.' The driver  saw visions of a second hold-up and  was about' to offer up a prayer for deliverance when he recognized the  features of a thoroughly excited civil  engineer. Mr. Kerby made a trip  down the hill without .reference to  grades. He recovered his wedding  garments and proceeded to Vernon.  The Times is in receipt of the first  and'second issues of the Atlin  Globe..  The Globe is  a newsy paper  and   a'  credit   to ''the   diggings.   Among the  items of interest is the following'refer-  ence to J. Anderson:    "The Bank .of  British America has purchased  the lot  on -the northwest corner of Pearl  and  First streets, and intend beginning at  once the erection of a two-story bank  building thereon.  The dimensions will,  be ^OxSO feet,  and it will be fitted  up'  in  first, class style for   banking purposes. "Mr.- 'Anderson,'the   manager,  and   his, assistants,   will   have   their  'quarters in the upper story.    It is ex-  extremely satisfactory tosee an  institution of the stability of the B.  N.  A.  fixing itself permanently  in the city."  Mrs.-: Foreman'- and -Mrs. .Nichols.  Teachers "of Dancing arid Physical  Culture.���-Office Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p.  in.     Residence in School House.  mm?w???mnmmmwm?wtf.  al.  '1     Agreement." -'    ���'..'...'  Crown Point,-No/a and No. 3, Leslie Hill et  to Johii'Douglas, et al.     ' ��� ���  Lulo, Prospecting- Syndicate of British Colum-  " bia to Randolph Stuart, et al.  GREENWOOD   AND   DISTRICT.  -J. W\- Bengough, the well known  lecturer, will appear in Greenwood  under 'the auspices "of the Greenwood  . fire department on Nov. 10. Mr. Bengough is one of the most popular lecturers in the Dominion and people who  hear him are sure to enjoy a rare treat.  J. EJdwardsXeckie and Ronald Harris returned oh Monday from Rossland.  They came over on' the train "to -Columbia. The two passenger coaches  were loaded with people coming to  Greenwood arid other points in the  Boundary Creek district.  J. B. McArthur, of the Columbia  Townsite company, was in the city on  Monday in connection with the appli-1  ;B.:C. Assay.Office  -     #������#���*  ���      RELIABLE WORK.  GREENWOOD,    -     B.  C.  uuuiuumuiuiumimuuuuu  1R. F. Coates & Go. 1  1 Contractors       i  ^S Greenwood,  B.C.  ���^g   Store Fronts & Fixtures a Spe  alty  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.  #*#**��   *  Thos. McDonnell.        ,  R. M. McEntir  mcDONNLL I JkEITIft  Mines and.  Real Estate  GREENWOOD   and   CAMP MCKINNEY  $ ' # ' #  ���   #  METHODIST CHURCH.  Services 11 a.m. and7:30 p. ni,  2:30 p. in.   Social service 8 p. m  Sunday school  Wednesday.  EVERYBODY   WELCOME.  B. H. BALDBRSTON, 'II: A., Pastor.  Proprietors- of the Fletcher &  Goodhue sawmill, is prepared  to furnish all kinds of Rough  and Dressed  FQ^t  'DEALERS   IN  FRESH X ANB^ C^REB ^ MEATS  Fish, Poultry, Oysters and Game in Season.  LUMBER  Lath, Mouldings,  Etc., Etc.  Greenwood  Office���Corner of Mineral  and Kimberley streets.  *****  Ge*n  Restai  AND  Free ��� Delivery ��� to /'all ��� Mining > Camps,  TELEPHONE No. 2.  =2?  P. O. BOX 9.  C.  -       .   GREENWOOD, B  .       . ....--.. MARKETS AT   CASCADE,  GRAND  FORKS,   GREENWOOD- and MIDWAY;  ������^^B B USIMJEJSjs"  Or GREEMWOOD.  #  ��  s���  ^%  m  ��  ^  *  %s  #  m  m  I*  THE   MOST  ".UP-TO-DATE     STYLE  merchant who uses "cheap'and nasty" stationery and printing- does his business a serious  injury���it is dear at a (jiift. Moral: Use none  other but ours and   '������    ���    ���  =*���  *%'  #  m  -.��?  ��  s?  "rant  Oyster Parlor  Fresh Oysters"y.8?1;   iVj   Meals at All Hours  , DAY OR NIGHT.  Copper St��� Greenwood.  Summer Classes  AND  iiSiimmer Prices.  TO THOSE " i  who desire f  to prepare fort  the series' ofS'  Winter Dances I  Mrs. Foreman'!  will -u-ive in-1  structions    in J  round dancing- and the Lancers on Tues-  'days and Saturdays.  ,' WEDNESDAY   EVENINGS-New   fig-  fures of the " German Cotillion."  Admission, each  class,   Gcntleme  cents,'Ladies' complimentary.  ii  fifty  I  ���  ���  *  --b'or-J*  McELMON  Greenwood St.  Opposite Rendell's New  Block.  Having: quit the stag-e  express office I will devote  my whole time to the  watch repairing- business.  ffef^^  ^c-  L.o.  i.  Insurance, {Mining and 7(eal  Estate Broker,  !��|  l^-j  l��'  YOty PROSPER  -#  COPPER ST,  ,...Naden"Flbod Block...  -        GREENWOOD, B.C.  GREENWOOD    -  B.C.  A thorough acquaintance  with  the  Boundary  Creek and Kettle River mining districts.  Mines 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 uf Cars, via  And S00 PACIFIC LINE  ii  The  The   fastest  train  IMPERIAL LIMITED."  the   Atlantic and  between  Pacific.  Eastbound leaves Sicomous Jet. at '. 2:35  Westbount leaves Sicomous at :.:....23:20  Connecting steamer leaves Penticton.  TUESDAY, THURSDAY. SATURDAY, 7:30 a.m  Connecting steamer arrives at Penticton  MONDAY;   WEDNESDAY.     FRIDAY,    17:30  Accelerated   service into the Kootenay Mining-  District.  '&     &  Through Tickets to all Eastern Points  AT LOWEST RATES.  For  full   information  as to time, rates, Etc.  also  for copies of Canadian   Pacific Railway  publications apply to  F. T. ABBOTT, -        Aeent, Greenwood  Or to   E. J, COYLE,  Vancouver. B. C,  Asst. General Passenger Ag-en}, 8  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  THE WISCONSIN MINE.  Successful Floatation to  Develop a Myrs Creek  Group  Another strong company has been  floated in Spokane to develop Myrs  creek properties. The Wisconsin Mineb  Incorporated is the name of the company which Perc3' Godenrath succeeded  in organizing to develop the Wisconsin, Black Hawk and other claims  bonded by him during his visit to the  Myrs creek district. The Wisconsin  Mines has a capital of 550,000, divided  into a 1,000,000 five cent shares. There  has been placed in the treasury $1,000  in cash and 250,000 shares. Work will  be started at once. "Mr.'Godenrath has  succeeded in interesting prominent  mining men as the list of officers and  trustees will show: President, C. D.  Rand; vice-president, Charles Theis;  treasurer, F. E. Goodall; secretary, C.  E. Mitchell; superintendent, A. H.  Steele; trustees, W. J. C. Wakefield  and H. I/. Percy.  THE REVIEW MINE.  A Strong Local Syndicate Secured Control of  Property.  A strong aggregation of Greenwood  capitalists have secured control of the  Review mine on    Myrs   creek.     The  second payment on account of the bond  was made on Thursday.     A  company  has been   organized   to   acquire   and  develop the mine. It will be remembered  that McEntire,  McDonnell  & Co.,  first bonded the Review.     They" made  the first payment and did considerable  development work.     I^ast week Geo.  H. Collins,  managing director  of, the  Brandon   &   Golden   Crown,    Duncan  Mcintosh, president and manager of  Winnipeg visited the Review and were  so favorably  impressed with the property that they were eager to get in on  the -ground floor.     Negotiations were  opened with  McEntire,   McDonnell &  Co., and a deal was made by which the  .���. following local men became interested,  Duncan Mcintosh,  Geo. H. Collins, F.  J. Finucune manager of the Bank of  Montreal, J.  McNicol of Midway and  Geo. B. Ueyson.     McEntire,   McDonnell & Co., of course retain a large interest in the property.  The Review has developed into the  best property on Myers creek and one  of the best in the mining belt. A 400  foot tunnel runs along the ledge. A  crosscut running from the foot to  hanging wall is 46 feet wide. A winze  hasbeen sunk 180 feet from the mouth  of the tunnel. This winze will be  continued to the 100 foot level when  drifts and crosscuts will be run. The  vein is well defined and the ore values  are high,running to $135 in gold. The  ore is free milling and concentrating.  With such a good property, with the  strong men interested, the Review  company is sure to be a successful  flotation. The company is being  organized with a capitalization of  $375,000.divided into 150,000,000 twenty-  five cent shares. A limited quantity  of stock will be placed on the market  in a few days.  ment for plaintifi. Black for plaintiff,  Kerr for defendant. Suit for balance  of money due on contract to prospect  and do assessment work.  - R. T. Lawrence vs. John A. Coulson.  Kerr for plaintiff, Whiteside for defendant. Occupied two hours and a  half. Suit was in connection with a  contract for plastering on Powell's  hotel. Expert evidence taken to determine the nature of the specifications.  Bourke vs. Fera. Eeamy for plaintiff, Whitesido-for defendant. Discontinued.  J. B. Brisbois and W. F. Miller vs.  W. B. Davey and J. B. Donall. Whiteside for plaintiff, Gray for defendants.  Owing to absence of plain tiffs adjourned to next court.  Schon vs. McKee and Barrett, Defendant absent, Adjourned till next  court. Defendant to pay costs'in 14  days or judgment cby detault. Whiteside for plaintiff, Gray  for defendant.  Blue & Fisher vs. Palmer & Hunter,  C. S. Galloway, A. S. Black, J. H.  McFarlane and A. F. &. A. M. Lodge  garnishees.    Judgment for plaintiff.  The next sitting of the county court  will be held in Greenwood on Nov. 10,  and in Midway on the following day.  Christopher Columbus Warmouth  charged with horse stealing elected  speedy  trial  and was released on bail.  PHOENIX.  The town' of Phoenix is growing  rapidly. There is a strong demand for  business lots, and Geo. W. Rumberger,  the owner of the townsite, is finding  some difficulty to fill all the applications for lots on the main street.  Smith & McRae have purchased a  lot and will open a branch stationery  store.  Martin Bros., Rossland,_ will probably open a hardware store.  The Boundary Creek Telegraph and  Telephone Company have now a" wire  connecting Greenwood with Phoenix.'  A local exchange will be established  by this company in Phoenix.  GREENWOOD  AND   DISTRICT.  COUNTY COURT.  A  Long  List of  Heard   by   Judge  Cases  Splnks.  His Honor Judge Spinks held county  court in Greenwood on Tuesday last.  A long list of cases was disposed of.  The following was the result:  Arthur Black vs. C. JQ. Shaw,  (Referee's report received). Mr. Shaw  solicitor for defendant, applies to take  up award but in Mr. McEeod's absence  (acting for the plaintiff) action adjourned to the Midway court.  F. Mority vs. P. W. George, similar  action taken. A. S. Black for plaintiff,  H. C. Shaw for defendant.  P. J. Russell vs. John J. Caulfield,  occupied about an hour, finally adjourned in order to allow the plaintiff  to procure invoice on affidavit. A. M.  Whiteside for plaintiff, R. B. Kerr for  defendant. Russell sues for commission for sale of oats in Manitoba in  1893.  John W. Nelson vs. Alex. McArthur,  John McArthur, W. D. Palmer' and  Hunter, garnishees. Black for plaintiff.   Judgment for plaintiff.  E. Weeks ys. W. J. Workman. Smtih  & Travis, garnishees. Settled. Brown  for plaintiff. Whiteside for : garnishees.  John Rush vs. Chas. Early. Discontinued.  Bedard vs. Custoa, Old Ironsides Co.,  garnishees. Black for plaintiff, Shaw  for garnishees. , Judgment for  plaintiff.  Roudeaux vs. Blue and" Fisher;  Smiles vs. Blue and Fisher. Judgment for plaintiffs. Brown for plaintiffs, Shaw for defendants. This was  an action to recover wages due by Jolly  who had a contract for supplying logs  to Blue and Fisher.  A. Logan vs. J. Pearce. Judgment  for plaintiff. Shaw for plaintiff, Kerr  for defendant. This was a suit for  wages.  John Christie vs. Wm.  Robert Aikens a Vancouver insurance man is here. ' '  J. T. Wilkinson of the Vancouver  Province is in the city. >;.- '���  A. S. Innes of the legal firm of Bod-  well & Duff, Victoria is in the city.(  The Hunter-Kendrick company-are  veneering their big block with brick.  F. M. Cummings, the mining engineer, returned on Thursday from Spokane/  J. W. Grier, of the Times, left on  Thursday for the coast, where he will  spend several weeks.  J. W. Stewart, Mann, Foley Bros. &  Larsen's general manager came over  the road this week.  G. M. Leishmann and R. H. Jameson two Victoria travellers were taking  orders this week.  R. R. Love, representing F. R. Stewart & Co., Vancouver, is here to establish a Boundary creek branch.  C. S. Slawson one of the directors of  the Hunter-Kendrick company was in  the city several days  this week.  Aid. Cameron, Aid. Wood and J. D.  L. Smith mining editor Toronto World  left on Thursday for the main Kettle  river.  Miss Freda Faulconer of Butte has  arrived in the city to play for Mrs.  Foreman's entertainments and dancing  lessons-  Clive Pringle, of the firm of Pringle  & Whiteside, returned on Thursday  from a two-months' visit to Toronto  and other eastern cities.  C. A. R. Lambly, the gold commissioner, will come through the" district  next month, to make an assessment  for the provincial government.  A H. Ireland general superintendent  of the Canadian Bank of Commerce  and J. B. Bell his assistant are in the  city inspecting the local branch. Mr.  Ireland is an uncle of Mrs. D. A.  Cameron.  Prof. Henry Montgomery, of Trinity  university, Toronto, was in the city  week. He intended visiting several  properties in which Mr. Wood is interested, but was compelled to hasten to  the coast and left for Camp McKinney  on. Tuesday.  James M. Martin, M. P. P.,' was in  the . city Jor several days this week.  He and his brother are sizing up the  situation with a view to engaging, in  business in the Boundary Creek. They  will probably open a store" at Phoenix.  Mr. Martin had nothing to say polti-  cally.  Alex. Robinson, superintendent of  education, was in the city for several  days this week. Mr. Robinson visited  Phoenix, where a school is beings established. He met-several'delegations in  the city, relative to1 the lack of educational facilities here. ��� -Mr. -. Robinson  said that the building of the new  school 'house would be hurried and  Miller.  Judg-|when it   was   completed   that   school  matters would again run, smoothly in  the city.     "     - - r -    ,  DReal estate is moving freely in  Greenwood."., Seve.al sales are reported.' The largest of these-is the purchase of Thos. Miller's lots at the  corner of Deadwood and Copper street.  The purchaser is F. W. Hart and the,  price paid for two 25 foot lots is in the  neighborhood of $7,000. Three Copper  streets lots above the Miners' hotel  were also sold, at about $800 a piece.  Beath Bros., purchased a lot on Gold  street and Mr. Hoi man a lot on Lin-  coln,street. Other lots in the city also  changed hands.  The Yale and. Kootenay Telegraph  company have their wire into the city  and are doing a large business. Their  line connects with the Spokane Falls  & Northern and Western Union telegraph systems. The Boundary Creek  Telegraph and Telephone company are  running telephone lines to the different camps and will operate in connection with the telegraph line. The telephone company already have a line to  Phoenix where a local exchange will  be installed,' a telephone line will also  run to Midway.  Liberal Conservative Association  A meeting of Liberal Conservatives  of Greenwood and district will be held  in Rendell's Hall on'  . Wednesday Evening Sept. 2 7th,  for the purpose of appointing delegates  to attend the annual meeting of the  Liberal Conservative Union at New  Westminster, October 5th, 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.  Time for rebate on taxes  has been extended to October  1st, 3899.  w. s, mm  CITY COLLECTOR.  1 PRESCRIPTIONS  ������������   JL ���    ���������0  ��� ���0  >������*  ������������  ������������  ���������0  ���������0  ���������0  3%  �����������  0����>  ��� ���������  O0*<  ��� ���������  �����������  0����<  ��� ���������  /?. o. OROK.  +   BEATH eg OROK   *  Have secur ed a complete draying outfit and are prepared to do  all kinds  of heavy teaming on the shortest notice,    Mining  supplies hauled to any part of the district,  ���������0  ������00  ��� ���0  ������o  ��ea  ������0  ������o  ������n  ������a  ���������0  ������������  ���������0  ��� ������0  ������������  �������0  ���������0  ���������O  ���������0  ���������e  ���������0  ���������o  '������O  ��� ������0  ���������0  ���������0  '������0  >��ofl  ������00  ������o  ������0  ������o  ������e  ������00  ���������0-  ���������O  ��� ��������  ���������o  ������CO  ���������0  ��� ������0  ���������0  ������no  ���������a  ���������o  ���������0  ������so  ���������o  ���������0  ���������O  ������on  ���������o  Need special care in compounding" as well a& pure  drug-s. "Many a broth is  spoiled in the making:." Any  cook may make rich, light  pastry with the same materials  that another converts into a  soggy- mass. A skillful  diamond cutter may quadruple  the value of a gem ^by artistic j  cutting". Care in handling  and good material go hand in  hand. That is what we assure you of when you bring  or send in prescriptions to us.  rfte    sVa    4&  �������?     ^pF     ���}&  BRUSHES.  "We have a particularly .fine  line of Brushes from 50c to $5.  O0��*  0*0*  A  Prompt Service s and ��� Safe Delivery*  * * * *  GREENWOOD, B. C.  0    *    $   fi  0������  ��� ���������  �����������  0��*<  0*��>  oo*>  o����>  o��*>  BOf  00*>  -�����������  �����������  !>���������  00��*  oo��*  �����������  0����.  so*.  o����-  i i. iooooowooooooeooooooooooeoooooooo**  ���-I����00*o00��o***0����o��oa0O������aa*����*��oa*f  ��� ��#***�������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������<>*���  *****  DRUGGISTS  and JEWELLERS.  I*ate MacFarlane  We are Manufacturers and direct Importers, and carry a larjre stock of Balances, Furnaces, Fire  Clay goods, Scientific and Practical Books, Glassware, Platinum Goods, Acids, CheiUlca.!?, ai.d all  other Assayers' and Miners' requirements. Sole ag-ents for Morton Crucible Company, Battersea  Becker's Sons' Balances, Etc.   Catalog-tie and full particulars sent on application.  Fv^li^J iXJlW���;  ^i:Mi��KcirKcw^wsJW3*��^��^w*,^**��*^^��wc^!��v*-�� _���  v *�� M.1E4.J Cit.ei.1l


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