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Array i  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1897  ($ Ibt&fy Jjowrttai?  iLISHED AT GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  .Under License from The EDWD, P, ALLIS CO,, of Milwaukee, Wis;  MACHINERY.  r&����*l��^t��  xa/" \  & <&&&��$& ��fete ��^fc4 <s*#4 ##��  *^*     "��i$y"'     t^y    "M^"*    "���^      ��gir    "w^s/  Branch Office?  1?>  ^��4  ir  J.  'A  Cr ������������ [>f.��   rift .info? me  GREENWOOD CITY is the centra! town and supply  point of the Boundary Creek mining camps, From|j this  new  town  roads   lead   to   the  azxj  nrf  iEnfv  ry- '  <vf^  Lots  are  selling freely  and  are  a  good  investment,  For price of Lots and other information, address  Robi Wood or G S, Galloway*  Greenwood City, Boundary Greet, B.C.  Or apply to  the  Agents? ���  C. F.  COSTERTON,  Vernon, B.C  A,  K.  STUART,  Vancouver.  -i;  B3ja3iiaBmS*itaj��^^ A Weeldy Paper puMished in the interests ot the Boundary Creek Mining District.  Vol. II.  GREENWOOD CITY, B,C��� SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1897,  52  3 No, 26,  ��  l:X  MUNICIPAL   ELECTIONS.  HI} first election in the  city of  Greenwood has  been fought and the people have settled down  ~^to the humdrum of everyday life.    The fight  was not a very heated  one  and  engendered  no   ill-feeling-.     The   only   meeting-   of  the  short campaign was that held  in1 Rendell &  Co. 's hall on Friday evening-, when   a  large  audience   listened   to   addresses   from    the  Mayor-elect,  candidates  for   aldermen   and  others.    Duncan Ross was voted to the chair.  His Worship the Mayor, who was called upon for an address, said that as the meeting had been convened for the  purpose of hearing- the views on municipal affairs of the  candidates for the office of aldermen, he had come to hear  rather than to speak. He would, however, take that opportunity of thanking- the electors of Greenwood for the honor  they had done him in electing him without opposition their  first mayor and for the many congratulations and kindly  expressions of their goodwill he had received since his election. Coming to the business for which they had met, he  referred to the importance that attaches to the position of a  member of the municipal council. There exists the necessity for strict economy in connection with the affairs of the  city, but he'hoped that all would work together in that  unity which is essential to success in their efforts.  Mr. C. Scott Galloway, the first candidate to address the  meeting, said that they would have to carry out the business of the city in a straightforward, economical^and energetic way. There were several questions they would have  to deal with, one of the most important being that of water  supply, both for fire protection and domestic purposes.  This would, however, be better discussed in council than in  public meeting. With regard to street improvements,  whilst something is required to be done now to the streets,  he thought their permanent improvement would have to be  left to the next council, which will take office early in 1898.  The biggest and most important matter to decide was how  to get money to spend on the city. So far as he knew,  Greenwood as yet has no power to borrow money. He was  not aware how far the government controls their actions in  this matter. The question was one to be dealt with by the  council, but he thought little could be done during the  current year. c  Mr. J. Hamill thought the question of water supply should  be discussed publicly. The matter would have to be very  carefully dealt with, ways and means being fully considered before taking action. Dealing with the probable revenue the city would receive for a time, he gave figures which  showed the position approximately. They could not at first  expect to have a margin left above running.expenses. He  referred to the difficulty a mining town, no matter how good  its prospects, usually experiences in borrowing money. He  would be guided in this matter by the wishes of the ratepayers ; if a majority of them favored borrowing he would  support it but not otherwise. As to improvements he favored spending the revenue derived from taxes in different  parts of the city as near proportionately to what they contribute as possible. They were fortunate in being for the  present relieved by the provincial government of the necessity for providing police protection for the city. He would  like to allow taxes and license fees to remain much as they  now are, and to ascertain the wishes of the rate-payers in  the matter of borrowing money for public improvements.  As far as possible he would like to avoid going into debt  and would keep out of wild schemes of all kinds.    The coun  cil would be able to use its influence for good in advancing  the interests of the district, especially in connection with  roads and railways, and in bringing before the outside  world the importance and value of the mineral resources of  Boundary Creek.  Mr. Leonard S. Moulton Barrett agreed with much that,  Mr. Hamill had said. He would endeavor to keep down  taxation, and thought that whatever public improvements  were made should be permanent ; would largely favor con-'  centratirig their efforts in improving the part of the city  already populated ;������ and thought it early yet to introduce a  system of waterworks.  Mr. Archie McKenzie after pointing out the importance  of municipal affairs, expressed himself in favor of taxing  more heavily than residents absentee land owners who had  bought town lots for speculative purposes and who contributed little or nothing to the cost of public improvements.  He would take the sense of the ratepayers respecting water- ,  works, and discuss it with them how best to raise money for  carrying put such a scheme. He had nothing to add to  what previous speakers had said about public improvements  which he would like to see carried out to such an extents as  . was practicable, having regard to their limited resources.  Mr. M. J. Phelan considered the most important question  (was whether the city should borrow money or not. While  opposed to running the city hopelessly into debt he favored  borrowing money enough to bring in water for protection  against fire, but not for a house to house supply. He deprecated local sectionalism and said that he would vote for  expending money wherever necessary in the town, and like  many others he had come to Greenwood to make his home  and he had every confidence in its future. If all worked in  harmony the3r would make it one of the finest provincial  towns in B. C. He would support in engaging a competent  engineer to furnish complete estimates of the cost of the  proposed waterworks,; then let the council estimate the probable revenue, and if it could be shown that the scheme was  feasible and they would not throw the city back financially,  he would support it. The increased population they would  gain ere long would assist in paying the interest on a loan.  He was sure the townsite owners would do their share.   ���  Mr. J. W.'Powell would not favor borrowing money. He  thought the proposed waterworks unnecessary at present.  He had not found difficulty in insuring his buildings against  fire and for the present he could get water from Boundary  Creek. He was willing to be as liberal as any one, but he  thought the town too young to get into debt. Once in debt  it would be a hard job to get out of it.  Mr. G. A. Rendell had always been confident Greenwood  would be a good town. While he fully realized the necessity for water supply for fire protection purposes, he was  not yet in a position to express an opinion as to whether  they could carry out the projected scheme. For the time  the council will have all it can do to pass by-laws and other  necessary preliminary- work. For his part he had always  done all in his power for the benefit of the town and he  would continue to do so.  The mayor here stated that he wished it to be understood  that he intended to go for all he is worth to build up the  town, which he wanted to see go ahead. The council could  go into the question of public works, figure out their cost  and then if they found themselves able to undertake them,  to carry them out in a business like way.  Excellent short speeches were made by Messrs. 3��. Jacobs,  C. J. McArthur, G. R. Naden, I. H. Hallett, Thos. Miller,  Mr. Blizzard and others, but lack of space prevents their  remarks being reported.  THE EJECTION.  Prompt!}r at 10 o'clock on Saturday morning Returning  Officer  A.   S.   Black  opened  the    polling    booth   and  Mr.  -\T'  rr  L ��Wk.V THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  Ralph Smailes polled the first vote.  Up until four in the afternoon when  the polls were closed, the majority of,  the electors came voluntarily to the  polls, none of the candidates putting  forth any great effort to secure votes.  The register of votes showed that there  were in Greenwood 99 men qualified to  exercise their franchise at the first  municipal election and of this number  87 voted.  the result.  At four o'clock the polls were closed  and G. A. Guess and Duncan Ross  were appointed scrutineers. The ballot papers as they first came out of the  box would indicate that Mr. Barrett  was going to head the poll but he gave  place,to Messrs. Hamill, McKenzie and  Rendell. These three kept pace with  each other until the last when Mr.  Hamill secured the advantage and  headed the list with a vote of 71. For  him also was intended the only ballot  of the 87 that was considered spoilt,  the elector marking a cross over the  name instead of in the space on the  side.  The result was as follows, the first-  six being those eletced :  John Hamill.. R'l .......71  Georg-e Arthur Rendell 67  Archie C. McKenzie..... ..........  ...............60  L-. M. Moulton  Barrett...........  ...    .     57  M. J. Phelan... .....50  C. Scott Gallowaj'....:...      ..    . 43  Cyril J.  Bales..   37  J. William Powell! .......19  The result appeared to give general  satisfaction, for the friends of both the  victors and the vanquished joined in  the celebration which followed.  A POLITICAL SCHEME.  If those who ought to know are correct in their opinions, the provincial  government have succeeded iri inducing a wealthy corporation in the city  of Victoria to invest some of its money  in up country newspapers. The Kam-  loops Standard which boasts that the  provincial government is a conservative one ; the recent purchase of the  Rossland Miner ; the establishment of a new paper at Nelson and  sundry changes that have been made  in connection with other Kootenay  newspapers, are said to be results of  this scheme. It will be remembered  that previous to the last election Hon.  Theo. Davie, now Chief Justice, dropped considerable money in buying provincial papers. The present government are more fortunate if they have  succeeded in inducing millionaires to  put up'the cash.  More Building.  In addition to the building already  mentioned in another column of The  Times, Messrs. Olson & Phelan have,  decided to erect a large warehouse at  the rear of their store. They are receiving- some heavy shipments and  must secure more space. The Greenwood Mercantile Co. will also do some  building. It is their intention to erect  a stone foundation under their block,  giving- them larger space for their  goods. The contract for this work has  not yet been awarded but probably will  in a few days.   While Boundary Creek is a mining  district, the soil is very productive and  with irrigation produces some remarkable roots and vegetables. At Boundary Creek City they are enjoying  strawberry shortcake, the strawberries  being the second crop this year. Mrs.  Holbrook of the Providence hotel picked several pints this week.  IF3     YOU     NEED  Hardware,     Stoves,     Granite  and Tinware  CARPENTERS'  and  MINERS'  TOOLS  Ore   Cars   and   Rails  POWDER   AND   STEEL  Paints  and Oil        Sashes and Doors  Water Pipes and Fixtures, &c.  Call or write for Trices:  Government Street,, Greenwood.  A Practical Tinsmith and Plumber connected with the Business.  0  III  mmmW*mmm^^  ROSSL.AND.  Itiyes  Greenwood.  LIMITED    LIABILITY.  riNANGiAL?& Insurance Agents  GEO.   R.   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Martin's speech at Grand  Forks, very clearly points out that the  Chief Commissioner's remarks placed  the government in a peculiar position.  When the famous railway bill was introduced, the government, vehemently  denied that the subsidy from Penticton  to Boundary Creek was intended for  Mr;. He in ze. After quoting- the Chief  Commissioner's remarks, the Tribune  says : ���   . v ...  " If G. B." Martin was truthful he  would have stated that when the premier announced his railway policy he  had not sufficient courage to say  whether or not F. Aug-. Heinze would  be allowed to retain both the land subsidy and the cash subsidy. He could  have informed the people of Grand  Forks that the legislature had no confidence in the government in its dealings with F. Aug. Heinze, and that for  this reason the majority in the legislature voted for the amendment moved  by Mr. Graham. In making the statement which he did at Grand Forks G.  B. Martin has put premier Turner in a  bad position. He says in short, that it  was the government's policy that  Heinze should have both land and cash  subsidies. He further says that the  legislature rejected^ the government's  policy. If this were so why did not  premier Turner resign?"  ', No objection can be taken to the  Tribune's observations except its acceptance of Mr. Martin's error that it  was Mr. Graham who moved the amendment. As we pointed out before, the  amendment was moved by Mr. Sword.  Money Must be Borrowed.  But little fault, could  be, found with  the   argument   used  by  a number  of  speakers  at  the public meeting to the  effect    that   the   city   should   borrow  no money, provided ,such a course were  practicable.    Under present conditions  however,  it  is   simply   impossible   to  conduct municipal affairs unless money  is borrowed on  the  credit  of the city.  According to the Speedy Incorporation  Act under which Greenwood was incorporated the council   may  levy and collect a road tax for the whole year, 1897,  in the same  manner  and  to the same  extent as if the Corporation had  existed from the first of January 1897.    The  g-overnment  may  return  to the city a  rateable part of the real estate tax collected  upon  property within   the city  limits but even with those very   indefinite plans  of securing money, the city  will not have  sufficient funds for ordinary current expenses.    Licenses heretofore issued shall be valid   until expiration of the period named in the same,  so no revenue except from new licenses  can be expected from this source.    The  aldermen should  at  once  realize   the  fact   that  municipal   government cannot be  carried  on   without funds and  one  of  the   first  acts  of   the   council  should be the  passage  of a  by-law  to  borrow money.    There is  considerable  red-tape connected with money by-laws  so that  if action is  taken   at  once, it  will be nearly three months before  the  city   is   in   a   position   to   go into the  money market to borrow.  The Railway;  The report that Heinze surveyors are  in the field and are determined to complete the work of surveying the line of  railway between Trail and Penticton  within the next three months will prove  welcome news to the people of Boundary Creek.    A survey is far short of a  railway but it is a beginning and it  probably means that Vice-president  Shaughnessy of the C. P. R., and Mr.  Heinze made some arrangements during the former's recent visit in Kootenay. Mr. Shaughnessy in an interview than said that in a few weeks the  people would know that the C. P. R.  appreciated the importance of the  Boundary Creek district, and probably  that knowledge is to be gleaned through  the actions of Mr. Heinze. Further  particulars regarding the movements  of the railway magnates will be awaited with interest.  The people of this district have nec-  essaril}'- their preferences regarding-  where a railway comes from and who  will build it but after all the great  desideratum is a railway arid they will  welcome one from any quarter.  The C. P. R. and Boundary Creek;  Vice-President Shaughnessy was interviewed upon his arrival at Vancouv-  and said among other matters that he  is confident that in the E}ast and West  Kootenay and the Boundary Creek section of the Yale district, British  Columbia in its southern possessions  has an inheritance which will yet rival  the greatest bullion yielding countries  of the world. You can say, said Mr.  Shaughnessy, that ..the Canadian Pacific Railway will do all in its power to  aid in every way the efforts of the  miners, the prospectors and the traders  of Kootenay in general to make it the  richest and most prosperous section of  Canada in the great west.  Asked as to his views concerning the  probability of railway construction  west of the Columbia river in the direction of Boundary Creek and Penticton,  Mr. Shaughnessy observed that the  subject was an important one, and was.  now receiving the attention of the executive at Montreal. The necessity for  such an outlet as Boundary Creek was  demanding had forced itself upon the  Federal and the Provincial Government as well as his company, and such  action would be taken at an early date  as would result in the carrying of a  line of railway west from the Columbia  river.  DISTRICT NEWS.  J. W. McFarland left for the coast on  Saturday last. -  Trios. Walsh left on Wednesday on a  business trip to Spokane and Rossland.  ���'. A. H. Harrison, who has bonded the  B.C. mine in Summit camp, came in  yesterday from Jtrairview. -  D. A. Holbrookleft early in the week  for the reservation. He is negotiating  for the sale of several of his valuable  mining properties there.  Hon. D. W. Higgins arrived in Ross-  land on Monday and in an interview  with the Miner, he spoke very encouragingly of the Boundary Creek district.  The residents  of  Grand Forks have  forwarded a petition to the Attorney-  General, asking that a deputy-registrar  of the County Court be appointed.for  that city.  Voorhees & Davis, traveling musicians, entertained a large audience at  Rendell & Go's, hall last evening.  The concert was one of merit. A  dance was given after the concert.  The Townsite Company intend  straightening Boundary Creek where  it runs through the addition. Several  men will be put to work in a few days.  By excavating a straight bed for the  creek an additional fall for the water  can be secured.  Court Boundary, No. 3576, LO.F.      S  THE ABOVE COURT meets at Greenwood      ^  ever}' Thursda}" evening-.   Visiting-Members are cordialry welcomed.  GEORGE F. MILDER,  Duncan Ross, Recording Secretarj-.  Chief Ranger. 45  5  WILLS' Famous "Navy Cut"  and    " Traveller"   Tobaccos.  TuII Line of TUSHING TACKLE  Including-a choice assortment of FI/IES.  Comfortable Club Rooms  ���:[ now open. .]:���'',  M.E.rRAZEE,  Hamiil Block, Copper Street.  mimmmmiimmm  For   MINING    CBRTIFIC ATKS  For    MINING    FORMS  For   LyDDGKRS,    JOURNALS  And     SEALS  For  MAPS  of Every  Description  ���write to���  The  Province Publishing Co,,  Iyimited Inability,  Vancouver, <-X   Victoria,  ���y/v7      ftF      lit?  THE VERY XATEST :  "The Province" Map  of  the  KLONDYKE.  Price 50c.    On   Cloth,  waterproof cover, $1.00.  ?mm?m?mmmmtm??!mm??  ESTAURANT  GR3KNWOOD,   B.C.  T.  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NORRIS,  Collector of Votes for the Fast  ������.. - Riding-of Yale Electoral Dist."  The statement by Mr. Norris that  "After revision the list will be closed  and such list will be the voters' list for  the ensuing- year "is incorrect. - The  system of reg-istration in force in this  province is continual. It is true that a  court of revision is held in August of  each year but the lists are never, closed.  Any duly qualified person may send to  the collector of votes in the district in  which he resides an application to have  his name placed on the voters' list, and  after the name of such applicant shall  have been posted for, a period of two  months without an objection having-  been filed the collector is required to  insert the name on the voters' list.  (See Chap. 38, B. C. Con.) There is no  such thing as a " closed " list under  our system. " If Mr. Norris' construction were to prevail no names could be  added after June 2 of each year and  thousands of qualified voters would be  disqualified at the next election.  If collectors in other districts have  misread the law simil.arily there will  be no end to the confusion, disappointment and illeg-ality next year.    ���  .  .  Immediate steps should be taken to  properly instruct Mr. Norris and all  other collectors who may labor under  the same misapprehension.  D. W. Higgins.  Section 38 of the B. C. Consolidated  Statutes 1888, to which Hon. Mr. Hig-  g-ins refers clearly lays down the duty  of the collector of votes. He is to  receive from any person offering- the  same a notice of claim to vote and to  insert the name of such person in the  list which shall be posted up in the  office of the collector. The collector is  liable to a fine of $50 and imprisonment  if he neglects to do so. If Mr. Norris'  contention holds good, many hundred  voters will be disqualified. Fortunately the law is against the instructions  Mr. Norris has issued, presumabry at  the direction of the Attorney-General's  department.  An effort should be made to at once  place on the provincial voters' list, the  names of the many who have qualified  during- the last two .months. Kvei^  British subject 21 years of ag-e who has  resided 12 months in the province and  two months in the district of Fast Yale  is entitled to have his name placed on  the list. Blank forms ma3r be secured  at. The Times office or at any of the  barristers' offices in the city.  R. Breslauer, of the Greenwood Cit/y  Mercantile Co.,   returned   on   Tuesday  from San   Francisco  and  will  here for some time.  remain  IV.    V��     ARMSTRONG, /_,     y.     BIRNIE.  tJ3*  1 W. J. ARMSTRONG & CO. ����  ^Stoves,  Hardware*  AT ACTUAL COST!  As our stock is larger than is necessary and to make room for new g-oods,  we offer the foreg-oirig- inducement forCash for the next 30 Days.  If establishing- a home for 3rourself, or contemplating- the purchase of an3r-  thing-in the line of Stoves, Graniteware, Silver-ware, Glassware, Crockery-  ware, I^amp-goods,   Sash  and   Doors,   Paints and  Oils, Builders' HardAvare,  MINERS'   SUPPLIES,  make  it   a  point   to   see   our   stock   and   compare  onr  prices.   'Nouf sed.'  !J.  I CO;,  The Hardware, Tin and Stove Men,  ANACONDA.  yg*       *&���       <J9��       >Jf* .    ,*(*       *4w       *Jf*       <Jg��    .; uf^       wftr       wgw       >jj��       <4^  SANSO/H   &   MQLBROOK.  FINANCIAL   AND    MINING   BROKERS.  Groups of Claims bought for Stock Companies and Syndicates  OFFICE     AT     GREENWOOD     CITY,     O, C.  >*�����"  4/%,  Thos, Wake,    /   Proprietor,  The hotel is centrally located and is a stopping-  place for stag-e lines. Good fishing- in the  vicinity.    Good stabling-. .,  ��� ���   ���  mS1  Meals will be served at all hours, the tables,  being- furnished with the best. A variety of the  choicest brands of liquors and cig-ars at the bar.  M 1��.��W, WJ>4Mi.U-^E��ijaMHBA��^HY��JJVW^ftJ  4* *!? 4* 4* 4* 4* .���$��� 4* ��$* ^^^^^^^^^ic  Taylor &  And PROSPECTORS' SUPPLIES,  '.-:-   NOTARY    PUBLIC   -   -  F?OCK.      CREEK,       .-���     -       -       -        B.C.  ^*f ��f>��f ^*f *f *f *f ^f *f'f'f *f *f *f *f <%><%>%  igi^^l:iaj*TrosHwag^wi.m��^'Lai��j^^aw.tU'Aa^  First-class Accommodation.   Good Stabijng.    Stopping Flack for Stages.  McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors,  1 *'''  f.  /)^?  '&?  MisssaMMsgiiM lHE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  PUBLISHED   BY  THE  TIMES   PUBLISHING  COMPANY.  Subscription, $2.00 pek Year, in Advance.  AUNERS   and:':'  PROSPECTORS  should Wear : :  Ames Holden Co./s .  "Columbia "  "Kootenay-"  "Vancouver "'  All of which are First-class Foot Wear.  SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER 4, 1897.  ONE YEAR   OLD.  Thb Boundary Creek Times celebrates  its  first  anniversary;  with the  publication  of  this   issue.    The   year  through  which   it  has  passed has not  been   without   encouraging-    features.  The subscription   list   has grown,   the  ������ advertising-; patronage   is  increasing,  and we have no   complaints to offer regarding the amount of job work received.    GJ-reenwood    business   men   have  sufficient interest in the city to patronize   home   industry   and  consequently  they do not send out to get their printing done.    We do not want  to  destroy  any   sentiment   that   may surround   a  birthday but we cannot let  the  oppor-  ity   pass    without  gently   hintingv to  those who  had  sufficient confidence in  The Times to be subscribers  from the  first and to pay in advance, that  their  subscriptions   are   again   due and. that  we will  be pleased to acknowledge the  receipt of two dollars.  The  Times  has great confidence in  the  future.    It  ought to grow up with  the city and district whose   interests it  has always striven to advance.    Greenwood is in the heart of one of the greatest mining districts   in   the world and  during   the  year  capital   will come in  more freely, railway construction  will  be commenced  and  the  growth of the  cit/y will be rapid.    The Times  is now  a   healthy  youngster  considering   its  age and it will have a splendid  opportunity to grow during the next year. .  We  desire to thank our   friends  for  their liberal patronage and also beg to  request them not to forget the subscriptions.  GREENWOOD NEWS AND GOSSIP.  Alderman Hamill intends leaving on  a business trip to Armstrong early  next week.  , Mr. Ralph Smailes, of Rendell & Co.,  has almost, completely recovered from  his recent illness.  Messrs. Hiekey & McDowell are  altering and repairing their livery  barn at Anaconda.  The next regular meeting of the Liberal Association will be held in Rendell  & Co's. hall, Greenwood, next Monday  evening.  D. Bryant and Seth IDmerson returned on Wednesday from a two weeks'  prospecting trip up the Kettle river  and West Fork.  E}wing Keightly has purchased Malcolm McCuaig's interest in the Boundary hotel, Midway, and has thereby  associated himself with T. McAuley in  the business.    Mr. McCuaig- has moved  to Rock Creek where  the Riverside hotel.  he  will  conduct  Mr. Thos. Walsh has had several  men at work on his properties in Greenwood camp. The result has been very  gratifying.  George Henderson has transferred a  two-third interest in the Black Diamond mineral claim to R. Murray and  W. G. McMynn.  Mr. A. Cameron, of Cameron & McKenzie still remains seriously ill'and is  now under Dr. Jakes' charge at the  Greenwood hospital.  R. Robinson returned this week from  Kootenay. He reports that things are  not so lively in mining circles in Kootenay as in Boundary Creek.  William Hanna'who was injured at  the Golden Crown mine last week has  recovered rapidly and is now able to  move about with the aid of a stick.  Rev. Thos. Paton, of Grand Forks,  exchanged pulpits with Mr. Leith on  Sunday last and conducted an impressive communion service. Mr. Paton  intends resigning his charge shortly  and going east in order to educate his  family.  Mr. C. M. Shaw, P. L,. S., has completed the work of surveying the Spotted Horse mineral claim adjoining the  Greenwood town site and is now surveying the Boundary Falls claim. Both  properties ,. belong to the Boundary  Falls Mining Co.  The First Meeting.  The first meeting of the, City Council is to be held in the school house today. In all probability Mayor Wood  will be sworn in by Alderman Hamill,  J.P., and the Mayor will then administer the oaths of office to the aldermen.  J     H.   HALLETT,  NOTARY    PUBLIC.  GREENWOOD,   3.O.  W.   JAKES,   M.D.,   CM.,  BY   APPOINTMENT  Resident Physician to Kettle  River District.  Office       :       :       Greenwood, B.C.  f^ORBES   M.   KERBY,  Assoc. Mem. Can. Soc. Civil Engineers,  (provincial! JL&nb Jlumgot  AND CI VIE ENGINEER,  �� Qtofarg (puMc ~ midway,   b. c.  g^YDNEY  M. JOHNSON, B.A.Sc.  CiPi? Engineer  And Provincial Land Surveyor,  ANACONDA,    B.C.  W.   WV GIBBS,  GREENWOOD  B.C.  UBSON'S  O- :  -(Incorporated. 1670.)-  of Wines,     V  Liquors,    v  and Beer,     **  have just come to hand We  are now prepared to supply-  large and small orders prompts  ly.    Our  BOOT. 1 Si  3C        X ���        is  up to   date*  GROCERIES  of the  freshest  are being constantly received.  We make a Specialty ofcr^  English   and    Canadian  TOBACCOS,  CIGARS    and     CIGARETTES.  aV*    *V*    *Y*    *�������  , ��� ftp       ftp       ftp       ftS  Hudson's  P.O. Box 64,   -   -   -   VERNON, B.C.  (D  CI  Ctf  <~  (D  ������j��  O  ..CQ-  CO  l/i  [U  "O  C  c3  O)  C  5��  <n  <u  w  ��  o  .22  >j  "5  c  <  n  c  ��j  toe  a  en  en  <  c  o  T*  o>  +�����  ��  ��  CO  05  n  e  ��  o>  a  S  ��j  x  w  en  <u  c  5-1  ��    -  ��-. +->  5.H  &*&  ���$ bo  si--*  +-> " ���  si)  o <"  ,3��  JOHN  I.   CORYELL,   a.m., b.c.a.  Ctfnf <Bnc$inm,  Provincial Land Surveyor and Draughtsman.  Irrig-ation Projects, Engineering- and Surve3r.  Work, with plans and Estimates in anj'portion  of the province, immediately attended to.  Maps and Plans of an3~ portion of Oso3*oos  district and mining- camps of Kettle River Mining- Division.  Residence   -   -   MIDWAY.  Spokane Technical College,  New Building in  Cook's  Addition,  (Father    HeldV   School),  GIVES Bo3rs a good practical edhcation and  prepares them for Business, Trades,  Mining, Engineering-, Telegraplvy, etc., etc.  Theoretical instruction at the Colleg-e, and  practical application at the different offices and  shops in Spokane connected with the Colleg-e.  Write for terms and information to  50-4  The Director, Spokane Technical College,  P. O. Box 1835,  SPOKANE,   WASH.  QMARLES AE. .SHAW,  Civil    Engineer,  <��omtmott and (protunctaf %<mb gbur��et>or.  GREENWOOD,       -        B.C.  a       a  m       m  Is the Best Scotch Whisky  ���AND���  'S  The Best Canadian.  R. P.  SOIvE) AGENTS :  RlTHET  &   CO.   Ltd.  VICTORIA,    B.C.  in  Kb?  J^^^^^^^^^S^^  KiAtef^VV^��.W^^^  \ 1 lMb��>,  lNERS'     AND  ROSPECTORS'  A full line of Haber man's celebrated German  Granites Ware  received  v*E  M  ��  nJ>  \ip  &1*  (I5enerdf (^ IXtintB, J^uor* <xnb ��a%xk&.  v3a'"'^&' ^^^L^^iioS^&^crajJ81'' ^^S^k^^J^^^Mc: ^^Ah^^^^^^^n~^^iShh^<^^.^^^B&'^^^^^^t^^'^aa^X^^^x'^,  Disappointed Re-Locators.  There are living- in the city of Greenwood to-day representatives of three  great nations, whose countenances are  by no means pleasant to look upon.  Until last Tuesday morning- they were  happy and contented free miners  but now they are suffering-from bitter  disappointment and disgust. Their  troubles arose over a certain mineral  , claim called the Vancouver, situated  in Deadwood camp and registered in  the Recorder's office at Midway in the  0 name of Fred Young- of Rossland.  The Vancouver is a promising- claim;  it has good surface showings and the  assays therefrom are hig-h. The Vancouver was located on the 31st day of  Aug-ust, 1896, and the 31st day of  Aug-ust, 1897, having- come and  g-one and there being' no assessment  work done on the property, several free  miners determined to re-locate the  claim. Now each of the re-locators  were ig-norant of the intentions of the  others.  Midnig-ht of the 31st came with a  cold, cheerless rain and an Egyptian  darkness. In the vicinity of the Vancouver were three groups of drenched  men. One of the parties drove in posts  and raised the stirring- notes of the  ,. Marseillaise to keep his own and his  companions' courage up. From another  corner of the claim came sounds of  driving-posts and also the "Star  Spang-led Banner." Both the French  and Americans were greatly startled  when " God Save the Queen," penetrated the mist and the darkness and  to find that they were not the only ones  who were engaged vin the work of relocating-the claim.  The morning- of the 1st was as  dispiriting- as the preceding- evening-,  but the mineral richness of the Vancouver acted as an incentive to the  chilled men who spent the night in the  mountains. They went to Midway to  record and were greeted by Recorder  McMynn singing- with a strong- Scottish accent " Will Ye No' Com' Back  Agin."  In their enthusiasm regarding- the  re-location of the property, the parties  in question never stopped to consider  whether the law furnished a way by  which an owner could protect his prop  erty without doing the assessment  work. When they were busy decorating the property with posts, one hundred dollars of the lawful money of Canada was lying snugly in Mr. McMynn's  safe. It had been deposited with him  in lieu of the assessment work oh the  Vancouver.  There are several disappointed men  in Greenwood and it is anything but  safe to speak about the Vancouver  claim in their presence.  Crown Grants.���When applying for  crown grants, request that the advertising thereof be published in The  Boundary Creek Times,���the mining  paper of the district.  The best  brands  of Tobacco,   Cigars  and Cigarettes.  Cool, Refreshing Milk-shakes.  Fruits,   Candies,   etc.  Coryell's  Map  for  Sale.       ���AT���  'he Greenwood Boot Store.  ftc-  Next door, to McKag-ue's Barber Shop.  FOR   SALE  6H-P. Hoisting- Engine, 15 H-P. Vertical  Boiler, 300 feet 5-8 inch Steel Cable, Pulley, etc.; two Ore Cars, two sets Truck Wheels,  two Ore Buckets, Water Bucket, Pipes, Track  Iron, Tools, etc.  The Prospecting Syndicate of B.C.  Greenwood, I^td. I/iabilit3r.  Sept. 2nd, 1897.  FOR   SALE  SET of Graduated Iron Pullevs, complete  with Overhead Shaft, HangeVs, etc. Will  sell cheap, or trade, having no heed of steam  power.���Appl3'at Times Office, Greenwood.  1 '  :  A  I  &  s  A  !  i  m  I  t  I  A  m  I  A  A  t  i  A  SMITH & McLEOD,  Proprietors Of the . ���-  vernon saw,  planing and  "������'Moulding /hills  Sash and Door Factoiy at Vernon.  Saw Mill at Okauagan Lake.  ��� -Ms.  Owning- extensive timber limits on  Mabel lake containing- some of the finest  Cedar to be found in the Interior, we  are prepared to fill all orders for Factory work reasonably, expeditiously  and of as good material as can be had'  at the Coast or Spokane.  Orders from Boundary Creek and the  Southern Interior solicited.  -$&-  ft\-  I  A  *  I  A  ��  I  A ��� i  Smith& McLeod, Vernon,  Join our Circulating: Library  Books exchanged for 10 cents.  An excellent assortment just received.  Works of the best authors.  The best Text Books on Mining  and Prospecting  -at-  Stationery & Wall-paper Store,  Greenwood   City  tit  B.C.  D, McDuff,  I  : BLflCKSMfTH,  MIDWAY,   B.O.  All kinds  of work  prornptU-  executed   to  the  satisfaction of Customers.  ��� 9  Jewellers and News Dealers,  GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.  Watch Repairing- a Specialt3'  nr  ^aa!SS4WSS.'!JSlB(ffifflaJL��i,-lJ.i-ilJiuUJiu!ur. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK    TIMES,  BUILDING ACTIVITY.  Greenwood carpenters are a happy  lot these days. They are all being  kept busy and have work in sight for  some time. During this week several  Greenwood residents came to the conclusion that this was a good enough  place to build in and consequently the  material for houses is being hauled to  different parts of the city.  Alderman Hamill has decided to erect  a three-storey hotel on   his  lot  at  the  corner of Greenwood and Copper street  and  adjoining  his  other  block.    The  hotel will   be built  and furnished in a  manner that will ensure for Greenwood  one of the best hotels in the whole district.    Work  has  already  commenced  and the ground is being excavated  for  the basement in which the heating apparatus will be  placed.    The  building  will occupy  the whole of the  frontage  on Copper street and will run back  for  a distance of 70 feet.    Alderman Hamill  has already  leased the  building for, a  year  and   he   is to have it   completed  within sixty days.    The lot is centrally  located and is . an  excellent site for a  first class hotel.,  W. Miller, merchant tailor, has given  the contract for a store and residence  on Copper street. The carpenters , are  already at work on this building.  W. S. Fletcher, the druggist, has decided to build for himself on Greenwood street, next to Olson & Phelan's  store. He will erect a two story building; the contract will be given in a few  days.'  W, W. Gibbs has let the contract for  a residence and assay office on Greenwood street. Work has already commenced on this building.  Mr. Ostroski's residence is nearing  completion, as is also Mr. JOawder's.  Both are neat and well built structures  and will add to the appearance of the  city. Mr. Thos. Miller, Mr. Powell  and others are also doing some building. Good progress, is also made on  the jail and court house.  Besides these there are others who  are contemplating building operations  this fall so that carpenters are most j  hopeful.'' Greenwood has plenty of  carpenters of her own however, and  those on the outside will-likely be disappointed if they come here seeking  employments  l  Old Ironsides Machinery.  The large hoisting machinery and  drill plant has arrived at the Old Ironsides mine in Greenwood camp and  men are hard at work getting it into  position. The Burger Bros, and A.  Call had the contract for hauling- the  machinery from Bossburg and they  succeeded in getting it to the mine in  g-ood time and good condition. The  plant was purchased from F. R. Meu-  denhall, Rossland, the general western  manager of the Jen ekes Machine Co.,  of Sherbrooke. The boiler is of 60-  horse power. Mr. J. P. Graves, the  general manager of the Old Ironsides  arrived in Greenwood on Wednesda}'.  Sonse Rich Specimens.  Mr. G. H. Collins, the manager of  the Brandon & Golden Crown Co., has  brougiit down from their mine several  hundred pounds of wonderfully rich  looking- samples. Some of these will  be sent to Toronto, Montreal and other  eastern cities and will there undoubtedly attract considerable attention.  That V what talks at the WHITE FRONT  these days. We have just put in a small stock  of Rochette & Dion's celebrated Boots and Shoes  that we are offering at Eastern prices.  25 pairs put in circulation last week*  jSfe iV^ ���*"�����  ftf ftp fjp  As is to be expected, our Uf'tfillLCKI-   Trade   is   increasing  every day.    Why ?   Because our Prices are right  iV*      aY*-      aV��-  ?ii-      fjp     f'p  Remember !���..-. We carry the finest  assortment of Black and Green  Teas in Greenwood.,  Special prices on Teas to Hotels and Restaurants*  ^sstEr  OLSON & PHELAN.  myuwdtm  4^:  SHERBROOKE,   QUE,  ��'&���      g'i.        4'r,  ftp        ftp        f'p  *V��     *?!'-     a>��  fir      ftp      ftp  Boilers, Hoists, Pumps, Ore Cars and Buckets, Wire Rope,  Air Compressors, Steam and Air Drills, Saw Mills and  Supplies.    Prompt delivery from Rossland stock.    Seiicl for Catalogues. -���  F.   R.  MENDENHALL,   Agent,   Spokane  and  Rossland.  We have 011 hand a large stock of  lass,  eat  attressesi Pillows, Springs, Cots,  ares,  We would call your attention to our BOX SPRING and CLIPPER MAT!  JOB   WORK   PROMPTLY   ATTENDED   TO.  N.^En-  K-e-iavo-deKS-w^e-^ave^e^-e-"!*  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD CITY, B.C. ms��i$gmmmm  m��%mmmwm  TTT-JE7     PrMTMnAPV     rcccv     T  X    1. 3. i-J XJ V>/   W  A ^   J--' jC 3l XV    JL VJXVJUlJ J.V. J5.  1 XVI 12 O 0  ART *���  e  v  # Greenwood, B.C.  my i iiiiiiuiiWMiiiinirwJ,rmiimfiiiiiiiii.iwiiiiiiiifinij(ii'mr��  Office, Store, and Saloon Fixtures a specialtj'.  Plans and Specifications  made arid  Estimates  given.  i PIONEER MERCH1T Of  Anaconda, B,G,  -<Z=^=Dz  MINERAL   ACT,    1896.  Certificate   of   improvements.  NOTICE.  MAMONT Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kettle River mining-division of Yale district.    Where located : Skylark camp.  Take notice that I, Ferdinand Dittmer, free  miner's certificate No. 81,118,' 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 12th day of Julv, 1897.        , 45  SQUARE   HOUSE.  (f)  Ul  q:  o  CO  Greenwood City, B.C.  fir  Geo. E. Seymouk & Co., Props.  fir  First-class  Accommodation.  Statres  from  all  parts  pass the  door.  0)  ��  c  rn  o  0)  SQUARE    TREATMENT  ��a=��sjsrenuca-.sr.n K!Trz??rrr.'r.-ZVT'*��~<^:?-��ir^-r3vzvrs3??>\s,'^. vr.'JWwrgragTffl tit -=gi~-u-^.r��vl^4M-iT^=jeci;  MS  llM *%& -Sksf gas?    o  ��� BU  & j&gfr  w^  S>  Of all kinds and Icng-ths.  4 foot wood 52.25 per cord, delivered.  16 to 20 inch 53.00 per dbl. cord        ,,  FRITZ   HAUSSENER.  t&h~' Orders may be left at the Timks office.  Can outfit Prospectors cheaper  and Better than any of  his Competitors,  GEAND SCENERY. XOW   RATES.  MODEI,  ACCOMMODATIONS.  OCEAN     TO     OCEAN  Without chang-e of Cars, via  RAILWAY.  And S00 PACIFIC LINE  i    '      '���   ��� ���  Solid vestibule trains,  consisting- of palace  sleeping- cars, luxurious dining^ cars,  eleg-ant  da}r coaches, mag-uificeut tourist cars and  free  colonist sleepers.  The only line running-  throug-h  tourist cars  from the coast  ���i      WINNIPEG,  -j       MINNEAPOLIS  ST.   PAUL,  TORONTO,   r  MONTREAL,  BOSTON,  without ���������Change/  i  Lowest rates to |}  and from  Jt Via all Atlantic,  Steamship lines  Canadian Pacific Ry. Co.'s  Royal Mail SS. Line to Japan and China  These twin-screw steamers are in every respect superior to anyr ships that have yet sailed  the Pacific ocean.. The route is 300 miles  shorter than via any otherTrans-Patific line.  fir  fir  Canadian-Australian Steamer Eine  '������'.���   '    "..   ���TO��� ���'/ "   '  .,������������' ,"..���������'  Honolulu, Fiji and Australia,  The shortest line to the Colonies. These  steamers canry an experienced medical man  and a stewardess on every vo3rag-e.  For time tables, pamphlets, or any information, call on or address  H. S. SCADDING, E.   J.   COYLE,  Agent, Dist. Pass. Ag-ent,  PENTICTON. VANCOUVER.  LEWIS HIND, Local Ticket Ag-ent, Anaconda.  JVJORTHERN  RAILWAY.  fir      fir      fir  The' Fast Line.--Superior Service  To all points in the United States  and. Canada.  irect   connection     with   the  Spokane Falls & Northern Ey,  Trains Depart from Spokane :  No. 1, West bound   . ...   G8:25 p.m.  No. 2, Kast bound   . .  7:00 a.m.  Via Tcicoma & Northern Pacific SS. Co.  iV*     ���sV'4     i-V4  ftp      f'p      ftp  For information, time cards, maps and  tickets, apply to Agents' of  the  S..-F. & N.   or  r\   p.-;.GIBBS,"  General .Agent,  Spokane, Wash.   :OR...'     ���  A.' D. CHARLTON,  Northern Pacific Asst. Gen. Pass. Ag-ent  225 Morrison St., Cor. of Third,  Portland, Oregon.  Ai'i ��>lt- iV*  ftp      f'p      flp  ite   lo.r   new   Map   of   the  K'.eotenay   country,  MINERAL,   ACT,   1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  CHOWN SILVER mineral claim, situate in  the Kettle River mining- division of Yale  district.    Where located : Dead wood camp.  Take notice that Ave, Robert Wood, free miner's certificate No. S7,502, M. J. M. Wood, free  miner's certificate No. 87,573, Walter L. D'Aeth,  free miner's certificate No. 70,074, W. W. Gibbs,  free miner's certificate No. 87,527, James Scho  field, free miner's certificate No. 75,991, G. H  Brown, free miner's certificate No. 68,427, and  W. G. McMynn, free miner's certificate No.  88,801, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to appl3r to the Mining Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining- a crown grant of the above claim.   c,.  And further take notice that action, .under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 14th day of July, 1897. 46-8  MINERAL   ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  SUNSET Mineral claim, situate in the Kettle River mining- division of Yale district.  Where located : Deadwood camp.  Take notice that we, Robert Wood, free miner's certificate N,o. S9,502, M. J. M. Wood, free  miner's certificate No. 87,573, Walter L.J)'Aeth,  free miner's certificate No. 70,074, W. W. Gibbs,  free miner's certificate No. 87,537, James Scho-  field, free miner's certificate No. 75,991, and G.  H. Brown, free miner's certificate No. 68,427, intend, sixt3r 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  must be commenced before the  issu  ance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 12th day of July, 1897.  46-8  McKiiiiieyHotel,  HUGH CAMERON, Proprietor.  '.':,���"��� ���'    .. Cr^��^ ��� ;   ", '  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cig-ars.  Good   Stabling.  MINERAL,    ACT,    1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  NOTICE.  VERNON    Mineral   Claim,   situate   in   the  Osoyoos  Mining- Division  of Yale  District.    Where located: Camp McKinue3\  Take notice that I, Charles deBlots Green, as  agent for Hug-h Cameron, free miner's certificate No. 90,547, intend, sixty da>'s from the date  hereof, to applj- 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 26th day of July, 1S97. 48  S  1TTINGS of  the  County   Court    of   Yale-  will be holdeu as follows :  At  Midway, on   Satiirclci/y,   the  2nd  of October, 1897.  At Grand   Forks,  on   Monday, the  4th of October, 1897.  At the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon respectively.  Uy. command.  W.   G.   MCMYNN,  Government Office. d.k.c.c.  Midway, August 12th, 1897. 49-4  A.   D.   WORGAN,  GREENWOOD   CITY.  ��� ��� ��� ir i  Views of Greenwood  and   the   Mines   for  SaU'. A Mineral Exhibit.  All the mineowners and others interested in the development of Boundary  Creek ' district should make an  effort to have an exhibit at the Spokane  Fruit Fair. Judg-ing- from the lack of  interest at present evinced in the matter, no exhibit will be sent, or it will be  of such a commonplace order that it  will not do justice, to the district. Iyast  year the same lack of interest was displayed and were it not for the energ-y  and perseverance of Mr. J. C. Haas  Boundary Creek could have made but  a poor showing- at Spokane. Thanks  to his efforts, the exhibit was second  only to that of the Fort Steele country;  it received the encomiums of the press  and mining men and did much towards  attracting- attention to the district.  Mr. Haas also remained near the exhibit arid furnished inquirers with valuable information regarding- the dis-  ���' trict.    ' ���'���"'.���  If the residents of this district will  present an interesting- object lesson to  the thousands who will attend the Fruit  Fair, the benefits to be derived will  well repay the trouble and expense.  Boundary Creek produces a wonderful  variety of ore and nothing- so soon attracts attention as a nicely arrang-ed  mineral exhibit. The people of Grand  Forks are collecting- ores for the Spokane Fair and unless the people of  Greenwood are alive to their interests,  those who go to Spokane need not be  surprised if they find that the Grand  Forks exhibit includes ore from camps  in this vicinity.  A Larger Force of Men.  Mr. J.- P. Graves, the manager of the  Old Ironsides and Knob Hill Companies, paid only a hurried visit to the  properties leaving- ag-ain on Thursday  morning-. During- his stay however,  he gave instructions to put more men  to work and on Thursday 15 men were  employed. It is reported that the company have decided to spend $20,000 on  the Ironsides and Knob Hill. From all  appearances the properties justify the  exj^enditure of any amount of money  and they are likely to become two of  the largest producing- mines in the  country. Fach contains enormous  bodies of ore.  A   REPORTED   CHANGE.  The Vancouver World is the authority for the following :  ' It is reported in Victoria that Mr.  Scaife has resigned the editorship of  the Province and will shortly leave for  England. Rumor has it that W. C.  Nicol, a brig-ht young journalist, well  known in Hamilton and I^ondon and  who was for some months joint owner  of the Kaslo Kootenaian, has been  offered and has accepted the bosition."  Mr. Scaife has been seriously ill for  nearly a year and this will probably  account for his resig-nation, if the report be true. He is one of the ablest  journalists connected with the provincial press, and his many friends in the  prdfession will wish him a speedy recovery and success in the Mother I/and.  Another Dividend.  The Cariboo Mining-, Milling &  Smelting- Company, of Camp McKin-  ney, has declared another dividend.  The dividend is for two per cent, and  will g-ive about $16,000 to the stock  holders. The dividend is paj'able next  Monda3', September 6, and the transfer  books  of  the company will close Sep  tember 4, and re-open September 8.  This is the sixteenth dividend declared  by the company, and when paid will  make a total of $173,000 in round numbers which the company has paid its  stockholders. Some of the earlier dividends were only 1 per cent. The mine  is reported in a prosperous condition.  The new air compressor, which was  recently installed, is working- in a satisfactory manner, and it is the expectation of, the directors that other and  larg-er dividends will follow in the near  future.   ,  R. H. Hamilton, of the Wholesale  firm of Hamilton & McMillan, Vancouver and Naksup, and R. Carley,  representing M. R. Smith & Co., biscuit manufacturers and Pehdray'sSoap  Works, Victoria, paid Greenwood a  business visit yesterday.  From all reports mine owners in Slo-  can are g-etting- discouraged at the low  prices for silver and unless it rises to  60 cents many mines will probably  shutdown. Some of the owners are  talking- of reducing- wages but others  would rather close their mines than  take this course.  Provincial Secretary's Office,  Aug-ust 18th, 1897.  HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor in  Council has been pleased to direct the  publication of the undermentioned Scale of  Fees, pa3rable under the provisions of the "Water Clauses Consolidation Act, 1897."  By Command.  JAMES BAKER,  Provincial Secretary^  SCHEDULE   ONE.  Recokds of  Water  for  Domestic,   Agricultural, Industrial and Mining  Purposes.  For every" record or interim record of  100 inches of water or less....  $   5 00  For every  additional 100 inches  up to ^  300 inches        5 00  For eyeiw additional 50 inches above 300  inches .. ...'.'......'.���.        5 00  For apportioning-the water authorised  to be used under any record        5 00  In respect of every record or interim  record (except in respect of water recorded and actually used for agricultural purposes) an annual fee up to  the first 300 inches of        3 00  For eveiw additional 50 inches an annual fee of ........ . .        1 00  Inspection or search of au3r record in  aii3r record of water rig-hts '.:        0 25  Filing- aii3r notice or document with a  Commissioner or Gold  Commissioner       0 50  For certified copies of aii3'-record or document per folio of 100 words.:...............       0 25  Publication in the Gazette according- to  the scale of charg-es as defined in  Schedule A of the " Statutes and Journals Act " ���.'..'   Annual fees to be paid to the Commissioner for the District on or before the  30th da3r of June in each year  SCHEDULE TWO.  The Supplying of Water by Water-worrs  Systems to   Cities, Towns and   Incorporated Localities.  Every Municipalit\r or specially incorporated  compau3r shall  pa3r  iii  respect of each of the  several matters, in Schedule One of this Schedule mentioned the fees in respect of   such matter b}- said Schedule One prescribed :  For the presenting-b3r a specially- incorporated compaii3' of a petition under  section 53 of the Act and  the filing-of  the documents b3r section 52 prescribed,  a fee of :  $ 25 00  For evetw certificate issued under section 55 of the Act, a fee (to be paid to  and for the use of the Judg-e of the Supreme Court granting- such petition)  of :     100 00  SCHEDULE THREE.  The   Acquisition  of   Water   and   Water  Power for Industrial or  Manufacturing Purposes by Power  Companies.  Eveiw power company shall pa\* in respect of  each of the several matters in Schedule One of  this Schedule mentioned the fees in respect of  such matter b3" said Schedule One prescribed :  For the filing-of the documents mentioned in section S5 of the Act, a fee of  $ 25 00  For evei*3' certificate under section 88 or  sectiou 90 of the. Act, a fee of    100 00  For the examination and approval of  eveiy schedule or proceeding- fixing-  tolls, rates, fares, rents or charges, a  fee   of        10 00  Provincial Secretary's Office.  18th Aug-ust, 1897.  HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor  has been pleased to appoint William  Sinclair Gore, of the City of Victoria, Esquire, to be Water Commissioner under the  provisions of the " Water Clauses Consolidation  Act, 1897."  County Court Notice,  A  SITTING of the County Court of Yale  will be holden at v  Osoyoos on Wednesday, the 29th of  September, 1897, .  At the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon.  C. A. R. LAMBLY,  Government Office, d.Tr.c.c.  .    Osoyoos, B.C., Aug-. 25th, 1897. 52-4  f 0  Financial and Insurance Agent  "s (ttofttrg (pufiftc t  c        VERNON,    B.C.  AGENT for  The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.  The Roj'al Insurance Co.  The Scottish Union & National Ins. Co.  The London,& Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  The Insurance Compaq1- of North America,.  The London & Canadian Fire Ins. Co.  Dominion Building- & Loan Association.  APPRAISER FOR  The Canada Permanent Loan & Saving-s Co.-  D. R. McELMON,  TGHMAKER,  ���Formerl3r of Moncton, N.B.���  GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.C.  f'p     ftp  fir  Good Tools, plent3'- of Material, and 30 3rears*'  Experience in the business.  Engineers' and Surveyors' Instruments, Guns,  &c, Repaired.  AH37 kind of small Mechanical Work done.  In the g-oods of James J. White, late  of Boundary Falls, B.C., deceased,  intestate.  LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION of the-  estate of the above-named intestate having- been granted to me on the 30th day of July,  1897, b3'order of His Honor W. Ward Spinks,  notice is therefore hereb3r given that all persons having- claims ag-ainst the estate of said  intestate must forward the same, with full particulars thereof, duly verified, to me at Anaconda. B.C., before the 10th day of September,  1897, and all persons indebted to the said estate  are required to pay the amount of such indebtedness to me forthwith.  And notice is further g-iven that on the said  10th da3r of September I will proceed to distribute the assets of said intestate among- the  parties, entitled thereto, having- reg-ard onl3r to  the claims of which notice shall then have been  g-iveu.  ". Dated this 2nd day of Aug-ust, 1897.  THOMAS H. WHITE,  48-5 Administrator.  MERCHANT TAILOR  GREEKWOOD CITY, B.C.  J^Sr"   Perfect fit guaranteed*  1 'M  n  ill  ggggjaggg^^ THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK    TIMES.  SURVEYORS   AT   WORK.  Heinze will build. After countless  rumors reg-arding- railway con struction,  the latest information appears to be  reliable and is exceeding-ly gratifying-  to the people of Boundary Creek. A  despatch from Trail states that Heinze  has decided to complete the survey from  Trail to Penticton in less than four  months. There will be two parties of  perhaps 18 men each and they will  commence surveying- from the summit  on the other side of Christina L,ake in  order to avoid the heavy snows. One  of the survey parties is now at Dog  Creek in charg-e of E^ng-ineer Sullivan  and as soon as they are under way he  will return and organize the second  party. It is the intention to complete  all maps before winter closes so that  active construction can beg-in in the  spring-. G  The despatch states that Heinze Pass  is the new g-ateway across the divide  to Christina lake, through which^ the  Penticton road will be surveyed. It  was so named because Mr. Heinze's  engineers discovered it, and thereby  overcame the greatest obstacle in the  construction of the entire road. At the  same time it made accessible a. country  which had hitherto been considered  almost useless for railroad purposes,  because of the high mountains. In  fact, the Canadian Pacific railroad surveyors at one time reported it as impassable, and did not even outline a  probable route through it. The lowest  pass they succeeded in finding was  7500 .feet, while Heinze's engineers  discovered an opening which repre-c  sents a climb of only 4000 feet. The  whole country is a succession of hills,  and, a large portion of it is altogether  unexplored.  It is a peculiar break in the mountains, running in just the opposite direction from the one sought, that will  let the Penticton road through. From  Robson the Columbia river turns from  its northeasterly course and runs  almost due west for perhaps eight miles  before it takes a course northwesterly  for the same distance, broadening into  what is called l/ower Arrow lake.  From this lake to Christina lake is a  distance of about 30 miles, and just in  -the center of this area, is the divide  from which flows Dog creek, to the  northeast, entering Arrow lake, and  McCrea creek, to the southwest, into  Christina lake. It is along these  ..streams that the most difficult portion  .of the Penticton road will find its  grade.  The Canadian Pacific railroad engineers, instead of following the south  tributary of Dog creek, ran their line  along one running almost due west,  with the intention of reaching Kettle  river, but the high grades were in the  way, and no pass short of 7500 feet  could be found. Heinze's men made  two trips, with better results. Naturally they were looking for an opening  in the mountains east and west, but  instead they found one running due  north and south. They called it  Heinze pass and it is 13 miles in length.  When the mouth is reached a sharp  turn  is   made,   and  the distance is re  traced on the other side of the mountain, until the head of McCrea creek  brings the road on a gradual decline to  Christina lake. Then the most difficult section of the whole Penticton  road is covered, and the road runs  down the east side of Christina lake to  Cascade City, across Christina creek,  and along the north bank of the Kettle  river. From the North Fork at the  mouth of Pass creek, the road will  cross to Boundary creek, pass through  Greenwood, down to Midway and on to  Penticton. The country from the  North Fork to Penticton does not offer  many engineering .difficulties and the  cost of construction will be compara-  tively low. <,' ��� ���  APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE.  NOTICE is hereb3' given,,, that the undersigned intends to apply to the License  Commissioners of the Cit3r of Greenwood, at  their next sitting- on the 8th da.f of September,  1897, for a license to sell liquor b3r retail on the  premises known as the Commercial Hotel, on  lot 5, block 5, in the Cit3* of Greenwood, B.C.  Dated this 9th day of Aug-ust, 1897.  49       ���������; D. R. CAMPBELL-  MINERAL,   ACT,    1896.  Certificate   of   Improvements.  LAKE Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle  River 'mining- division of Yale district.  Where located : Sliylark camp, Boundar3r  Mountain.  Take notice that I, Charles de Blois Green,  as ag-ent for William Adam Corbett, free  miner's certificate No. 47a, intend, sixty da3^s  from the date hereof,, to apply to the Mining- Recorder for a certificate of improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining- a Crown " grant'of  the above claim. '  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvement.  Dated this 23rd day of Aug-ust, 1897. 53  EN DERBY   and   VERNON.  Trade Mark  Red Star.  Makers of Flour pronounced by experts to be  the best made on the Pacific Coast.  HUNGARIAN  XXX STAR  STRONG BAKERS  GRAHAM  Bran Shorts Chop Etc  PITHER   L  LEISER,  Direct Importers and Wholesale Dealers in  ,,. $%xquotB anb Ctgdts  Yates Street,  VICTORIA,  B.C.  G. H. Mumm's Extra Dry.  Watson's Scotch Whiskies.  HENRY NICHOLSON,  Qtofatj ($)u8fic, (gtintng $gent  Mining Negotiations Transacted.  Office.-���Camp McKinney.  N'B.���Some   valuable   Mining-    Properties   in  Camp McKinney and vicing for disposal.  G.  A.   GUESS, M.A.  H.   A.   GUESS,   M.A.  Assayers & Chemists,  Th.0r0ug-h.l3- familiar with Bouudarj- Creek  and Fairview ���mining' districts. Properties  examined, assays and auaU'ses of ores, fuels,  furnace products, etc.  Greenwood, B. C  ROCK CREEK-  f'p  f,r  VP  NOTICE is hereby given that the Town  Lots in the subdivision of that portion of  the North-west Quarter of Section 19, Township 68, Oso3'oos District, lj'in'g- west of Kettle  river, will be offered for sale at Public Auction  at Rock Creek  On Thursday, September 23 rd next.  Sale to commence at One o'clock p.m. Terms  Cash.  Copies of the plan of the Townsite ma3' be  seen at the following-places : Midwa3r, Greenwood, Oso3toos, Grand Forks and Vernon.  G.   B.   MARTIN,  Chief'Commissioner of Lands and Works.  Lands and Works Dept.,  .   Victoria, B.C., Aug-ust 2nd, 1897. 50-5  DISSOLUTION  OF   PARTNERSHIP.  MOTICE is hereb3r g-iven that the partnership hitherto subsisting- between Thomas  J. Hard3* and Georg-e W. Kingy'as.Livery Stable  Keepers, at the Town of Anaconda, B.C., has  this da>' been dissolved b3T mutual consent.  All accounts due to the said late firm of Hardy  & King-must be paid to Georg-e W. 'Kingy who  wili cari"3r on the business and settle all liabilities of the firm. 9  Dated this 11th day of Aug-ust, 1897.  Witness��� THOMAS .HARDY,  Lewis Hind, GEORE W. KING.  Notary Public, Anaconda, B.C. 49  * *��--���- -������ *���*   DISSOLUTION   NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given, that the partnership formed by L. Blue, A. Fisher and  A. R. Tillman, under the firm name of The  Boundao' Creek Milling & Lumber Co., has  been dissolved b3r mutual consent, A. R. Tillman retiring- from the firm. The,business will  be carried on b3r Messrs. Blue & Fisher, who  will receive all accounts and pay all the debts  of the firm. L. BLUE.  Greenwood, A. FISHER.  49       August 13th, 1897.      A. R. TILLMAN.  NOTICE  IS hereb3r g-iven that sixt3r da3~s after date I  intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to purchase  all the unoccupied portions of the following-  described laud, situated in the Kettle River  division of Yale district, in the Province of  British Columbia : Commencing at a post about  one-half mile westerVv of the mouth of Rock  creek, near to the small lake 13'iug south of the  main wagon road, thence south SO chains,  thence west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,  thence east 80 chains to point of commencement, containing- 640 acres, less what ma3r be  occupied. " J. W. HUGH WOOD.  Aug-ust 13th, 1897. "' 50-8  NOTICE  IS hereb3r given that sixt3* da3'S after date I  intend to apply to the Chief Cammissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to purchase  all the unoccupied portions of the following- described lard, situated in the Kettle River-  division of Yale district, in the Province of  British Columbia : Commencing- at a post about  one and a half miles south-easterly of the  mouth of Rock creek, near to the wagon road  from Kettle river to Myers creek, thence south  80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence north  80 chains, thence west 80 chains to point of  commencement, containing- 640 acres or less  what mav be occupied.  Aug-ust 13th, 1897.  THOMAS CURRY.  NOTICE  IS hereb3r given, that sixt\- days after date I  intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to purchase  all the unoccupied portions.of the following- described laud, situated in the Kettle River  division of Yale district, in the Province of  British Columbia: .Commencing- at a post  about one-half mile westerl\r or the mouth of  Rock creek, near to the small lake 13'ing south  ���of the main wag-on road, thence north 80  chains, thence west 80 chains,'-thence south 80  chains, thence east SO chains to place of commencement, containing 640 acres or less what  ma3' be occupied. " M. J. M. WOOD.  Aug-ust 13th, 1897. .     ���     '   . 50-8  PROVIDENCE  .. .MOTEL  McDONNEL   &   HOLIIKOOK,   Prop'l'S.  BOUNDARY     CREEK     CITY.  A comfortable stopping place on   the  road  to  Long Lake, Summit, Pass Creek, North  and  Kimberle3'   Camps.  .flST*    CHOICE  LIQUORS   AND   CIGARS.  ^l&%  %:  r ��������Ss3^  teaAtt&S&beH&Bhh ��#@ffi,.��  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  tntn  HEAD     OFFICE:     i?OSSLAND,      B.O.  Capital/ $1,500,000/  */  1,500,000 Shares, par value $100/   Fully paid and Nonassessable,  Treasury  Stock, 500,000 Shares/  Officers :   ��� . " '   ���  President :   HON.   T.   M.   DALY,   Ex-Minister of Interior.  Vice-President:   ANDREW   KELLY,   of Alexander,  Kelly & Go., Brandon,  /nan.  : Secretary-Treasurer:   W.   L.   ORDE,   Esq.,,  Rossland,   B.C.  Board   of   Directors :  Hon. d. N. Kirchoffer, W. A. AAacdonald, Q.C., Fred. Nation, W. L. Lindsay, Wm. cJohnson,  .������"."'. W. A. Puller, W. cJ. Porter, and G. H. Collins.  Owns  the��� " Golden Grown*' mineral claim and has a bond on the "Calumet/* situated in  Wellington camp, Yale District, B,G  maevmexass  The New Council.  The electors of Greenwood are  to be  congratulated upon the  result  of  Saturday's election.    The Times will be  disappointed if the. aldermen-elect will  not give  the  city  a  progressive  and  efficient administration.    All  of  them  are   successful  business  men,   and if  they will only conduct the  civic  business   as," each   conducts  his  own  the  electors will have nothing to fear. Aid.  Hamill   is   no   stranger  to  municipal  work, having  been  for   a  number  of  years a member of the municipal council of  Spallumcheen.    His  experience  should prove to be of the greatest benefit at  first.    Aid.   McKenzie  also  had  municipal   experience    in    the    East,  where the work is  similar  to  that in  the   municipalities . ��f''.this   province.  There are many  matters  that require  careful consideration   and we  believe  that   the   new  cduncil   will  approach  them in the proper  spirit, having only  the interests of the city at heart.  A New Steamer.  A steamer is being built at Okanagan landing which, when completed,  will be utilized for carrying freight by  way of Okanagan river and Dog lake  from Penticton to Okanagan Falls.  The steamer will be a stern-wheeler of  light draft, 90 feet in length and 18  feet in width. The distance is about  twelve miles, and as an appropriation  has been made by the Dominion government for cleaning and deepening  the river the steamer is likely to prove  a success and will ensure a more  speedy conveyance of freight to Boundary Creek points.  Boundary Creek Ore.  During- the week mining men and  others have discovered the advisability  of securing a building in which could  be displayed specimens of Boundary  Creek ore. Such a display would result advantag-eously to Greenwood and  the whole district. If properly labeled  it would also furnish intending purchasers with a great deal of information concerning the ores of Boundary  Creek. Probable' the city council will  take up the matter and see that it is  carried to a successful issue.  Hon. Joseph Martin and Smith Curtis of Rossland visited Christina Lake  last week and bonded the St. Elmo  from Mr. Hutchinson for $50,000.  ����� <����� ��� 4*>o+a*+*w>-Q*o>*<i��o*��t>-^a>o*��>a<&m*ok-o-4at>*-a-4B>-e-'t*>-*-4��>*m**r  A"  e ���  V  *  A   ''  ��� T  Winchester,   Marlin  and  Savage  Rifles.  Greener,, Clabrough,   Scott,   Tisdall,  and  W.   Richards  Shot Guns.  Smith  &  Wesson   and  Colt Revolvers.  Ammunition of all kinds.  Wholesale  and. Retail.  Catalogue on  application.  SDALL'S Gun Store, Vancouver.  ��  ��  J. Kerr.  (<���"���  J. P. Flood.  BUTCHERS  GREENWOOD, GRAND FORKS, & MIDWAY.  Meat delivered at Rock Creek  and all Mining- Camps.  m  m  OUR FLOUR has the name of being the BEST all-round  Flour on the market. Try it and you will not use other brands.  Our shareholders grow the wheat and we grind the Flour with  the latest improved milling machinery. Our brands are HUNGARIAN, XXXX, STRONG BAKERS, ECONOMY, SUPER-  FINK. All bags marked "O. K," and to be had at all theleading  dealers from Penticton to Greenwood City.  Olianagan Flour Mills Co., Ltd., Armstrong, B. C.  J. PIERCY & CO.,  25, 27, 39  YATES STREET,  VICTORIA,    ,���    B.C.  Wholesale Dry Goods,  and  Clothing Manufacturers.  ���'I  i'l  ffl  if'  ���m  V\j  :)l  :!l  i  A  '  -r  -i -i  -a .  -J-*. fj  t^xd  ' ���^j^J^^g, 4, ^jp^^fegpaw-  CATITAL $1,500,000;  In   1,500,000  shares of $1 each,   of  joojjbo  are   Treasury  Stock.  o>e<��t����<a>e<4a*04����-B<��e#'��4e)*s4o��������-9-4��>��<tta*0'48>e4  g. arthur rendelu..-,-  s. s. fowler, a.b.,em. .......  d. a. holbrooke.  ......  thos. {McDonnell   ���  g. \ae. shaw,  c.e., p.l.s.  ...............Presiimt.  ���Vice-Tresident.   ......Manager.  'BANK  OF ^MONTREAL,   VERNON,   B.C.  ���0<��oe<s����-<Q>e<o^e-<eM^0<��O'��s>��4e*-e4e^o<o��-e4ee>a-4s  iHE COMPANY'S  mineral  claims now number  14, of which 12 adjoin ��and  form  a  compact group  situate  in  Providence   Camp,   Boundary   Creek.     Development work is in progress on three of these, viz. the D. tA.T  G. A. R., and O. B. claims, each giving promise of good results.  iHE   COMPANY lately  acquired  Mr.  Thos.   McDonneUv'S   pre-emption of 320 acres and adjacent lands^upon  which are excellent mill-sites and which give access to an abundant supply of water for power purposes.    Forty  acres of the pre-emption have been sub-divided into town lots, and the new townsite thus established has been named  which is most favorably situated at the junction of Boundary and Eholt creeks, and at a convenient distance from  several important mining camps. These town lots are being offered at reasonable prices and upon easy terms of  payment.    Plans, prices and full particulars, are now obtainable at the Company's  M  *Sfe  ead  Orncc  GREENWOOD  CITY,  B.C.  Correspondence Invited.  E. JACOT3S,   Secretary and  Treasurer.  .:<��� ������  ��� ���     , ,  ������m. in ��� ��� ������,��������� m in i.. ijiilil.   ii. iihii III, iji.iii   i ill        J I     I. 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