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 1/  Vol. 10  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, MARCH 14. 1<J02.  No. 3-frr A 7,  Mi*: Kerref. In the Canadian Mining Review,  Exjlalitf the Cheap Mining Methods in the  Boundary���f he Mother Lode Mine.  It is ttsually the case in new districts  presenting a varieLy of new: conditions, that a good deal of preliminary  work must be done to determine the  best methods of mining and treating  ores. This has been in the Boundary  district, the ores of which, as a rule,  are of very low grade, occuring in deposits of great extent without well defined walls.  it is the purpose of this paper to describe 1lie methods of mining at the  Mother Lode mine in Deadwood camp  near Greenwood, arid" |the * reasons  which have led up to their adoption. ���  The ore deposit here outcrops at intervals for a distance of about 2000  feet, the width in explored portion  averaging perhaps 140 feet although  the absence of any defined walls prevents exact measure being given. The,  dip is 70 degrees easterly, and pitch  toward the south at an angle yet.uu-  determined. Only the ground to the  north of the shaft, which is located  centrally, has been developed by a  northerly drift from shaft on the 200  foot lepel, the drift exte.tding-to apparent end of ore. The deposit was  crosscut at intervals of about 100 feel.  Similar work was also done on the 300.  level. A .winze to iiirfacc, about 500  feet to north of shaft, afforded good  ventilation.  It was the original intention to sort  all the ore from the mine, filling the  stopes with the waste, and .with the  rock blasted���'������'���. firb'm'. the walls'-. or elsewhere obtained. " Th this eiid a system  of belt conveyors was arranged whereby the ore from the shaft was dumped  into a No. 5 Gates crusher, thence passing over a three foot wide picking  belt  to the ore  bins.    The waste was  dropped into side pockets falling upon  another belt system, whereby it was  conveyed to a bin at lop of winze,  whence it was to be dropped into the  the stopes.  It may be sade thatjthe term "waste"  is, getierlly speaking, merely comparative, for the Whole of the ore bo.ly  (with exception noted below) contains  copper, gold and silver in varying degree, and waste is merely rock with  lesser quantities, of these, metals  The 'sorting and '*: con yeying belts  worked to a nicety, but the smelter-had  been in operation but a short time when  it became apparant that its capacity  for self-fluxing ores was much greater  than had been thought possible, and  consequently smelting costs were  lower thaii had been thought possible,  and consequently smelting costs weie  lower than had been figured, A direct  result of this was that the definition  of 'waste" was altered, and its quantity  Treatly diminished, And further, that  the cost of sorting uul this diminished  waste was- approximately equal to  smelting it; for even the poorest of the  rock contains.some values to offset' iu  part the smelting charges. These conditions necessitated the abandonment  of the filling plan for stopes. Also the  sorting of ores was suspended, save fot  certain ores from 300 level, where the  waste happens to be totally barren and  easily sorted out. The filling system  having been dropped, it was then planned to timber the stopes iu the ordinary fashion, but this plan was abandoned on account of high cost of  timber compared with ore contents.  A third alternative was next adopt  ed in one stope���that of timbering the  whole of the floor of stope heavily,only  the excess of ore from above** ���being*���  dropped; through slut tes'.'conveniently.'  placed,. ; This plan, was going-nicely������  uutiit.he.roof of stope was "some 20 feet  over timbers,.when a mass'of ore be  came detached frbriiroof, which., mass.  weighed -soiiie; :hivi-ured; tons. Rvety-  tliing in its path was crushed and the  stope: yvrecked.     Luckily nooue ' was'  imrt.yy-   ���*'���'���:.'_,'.*.' .:''.*:*���.;,;��������� ������"���':.'���������  ���  A   further and 'final.. plan was then,  adopted.' , The orej;body  was; <1 i vicled.  into   stopes   30   to   40.   feet  wide, th**:  length   of   -stopes  being  the distance  across ore  body.     The   crosscuts   already existing were used,  and  other-  cut  were  needed under the  centre of  each stope.  "From   these crosscuts upraises were made 30 feet apart.    These  were made 10 to 12 feet  high, and were  then connected by second  and parallel  crosscuts.*   From these latter crosscuts*  the stopes were opened out the proposed  width,  and .then-carried vertically  upward, the'short, upraises  being cribbed euicl furnished with gates for load  ing.    Between the stopes, pillars 20 to  25 feet in': thickness  were  left, these  being-'frequently pierced to allow intercommunication and ventilation.  In tlie stope where the wreck occurred, a .very heavily timbered passage  .cori'esporidiiitr to a crosscut was bi'iit.'*  chutes being placed,;'.t 30 foot intervals.  The.empty space was filled with porphyry-blasted front a blanket dyke,  which extends through all the ground  yet explored. The accompanying  ���plans and sections'?)lush-ate the general arrangement of the; workings.  T|jese  stopes  will be carried up to a  Mr.  Kerr Explains the initiative and Referendum at a   Recent Meetin? of the Local  Socialists���Good Audience Pceseiit.  $4000 in Prizes $4000  4$N.>.J<��X��.��<<��.J��<.��J��#<����J,��M,<^  And Supplies. I  ������������  ��� ������ ��� ���  ���    h  �� Step into our Kodak department ||  ��| and hear about the p/ogress com- k;  petition. $4000 in prizes offered, ffi  You have 200 chances to get a f|  prize ranging from $5 to S150.  Our dark room is at YOUR service, anybody using the supplies  wc handle can coinpete.  I   \ rinii^for B*C* Assa-V * c  1 MlIIiS mical Supp-yCo*  Kg    iXQ-UlHU u stock   t0   n  &Che- p?  A B  lrge  stock   to meet {%  demands of mining co's carried. ��?  J. L. WHITE - i  Successor to Miller Bros. &  Dispensing Chemist; Greenwood s|  *^l'lie-Ne\v-G*airie^-vt<i*y*-  popular * wherever   in-  trodiiced.. *-"  A Isb extra, raquets and  balls will arrive very  shortly.   ''*  OUR  r,INI{ Ol*  A*  is simply grand,' Call  and see them. They  will interest you,  Smith & McRae  Hooks,   l'-ipcr,   OtHce    Supi'lics,  >i Paper, Photo Supplies.  Wall  i<<^l<<<^<<<<^<^H'<r><^^>^.C^>'Z'>  ���:���*���*.��� 0;: ��*��**#*  ..Amateur Photographers..  Bring* your films  and plates  to  J. L- COLES  Developing, printing and mounting Si.00 a dozen.  Unmounted 65cents a dozen.  Work strictly first-class.  Always  in  slock  a full  line of  amateur photographic  supplies  .J. C. .Coles,  Boolcs,   Stationery,   Office  Supplies, etc.  *  *  *  *  -s  ���a  ��  ���o*��*9*#**#*��*����*��**Civ-*i'��s*��**  ��*Sf*��-��#ft-����H��#**<S?f��**)|f��J��-04|HS��iS  ft  B. A. KffiG -&C0.  must  reduce their  large  stock   of  OFFICE SUNDRIES,  (They  offer Brrg-aius  ���in���  Sliannon Files,  Blank Books-,  Ms ol all kinds,  Typewriter- Paper,  Writing Merals.  point 160'feet above the 200 level.where  they will' meet with, the surface workings to be described; After this occurs  the ore remaining in stopes above the  'porphyry*: will, be sent through the*  chutes, and ;as much of the pillars removed at same time as'; safety* may dictate. U' ':;'���"' '.'-���: '.".*''.'���'.��� "'.:*"*:- :j  ���'��� : ���'���'���;;.';.*-   '���  The; ore. below porphyry may be re-.  .moved' at, will,, as this 'dyke 'tis ��� very:  thick;.. and . solid and "will 'stand any'  pressure..*;:In this method of working  nearly S0: per cent 'of broken ore. must  be left:in the stopes .for. a considerable  period, but to . off.set this, the interest  on ,. capital so lied upis but.'a fraction  of the', cost of. timbering these* great  ytopes. ,', . Moreover, the '������[system is as  safe * as mining can. be made, the roo f  of: s to pes always being near the men,  and' there can be*rib'*��fv.��c)ts: bcbiisibned  Vyi:'*a"''cave. ���';Fuiir!'er;;"\'tliere''';8eiiig''* no  danger from timbersgiviiig way, .ire-,  mendbus blasts can be employed and  the ore-broken, down1 in great quantities at. a. time. Otic drill; willfreqii-  [ eii'tly break down 7s to SO tons in 24  hours.  On' the 300 level, the pillars come  'directly/below those.on.itlie200, but in.  future levels the distance 'will'be in-',  creased from 100 l'e��:t to'nearly 175 to."  allow of less rock being* left -between.  Levels, aud less development having to  be clone.  ^yro-suppiement-tli-s-outpit-t^froin���underground, a great am-junto f ore is obtained by quarrying. In the hill whiph  rises .some 200 feet over , surrounding  Hat, a quarry (or "Glory hole" as i)  is locally styled) is ju operation, this  quajry being Li.0 feet abovsj flat and.50  fcetabove.collar of shaft.Ore is acpres*  uiit nuj down a gravity tram to Gates  crusher, aud thence over conveying  belts to bins'on .the fi;:i" This No 5  crusher, oxpci'icice bus .shown, tube far  loo smull to admit nf economical work  tlie ore having to be reqiiced to 10-incli  size in order to pass Uiio'crus'uer. This  reduction h:is mainly to be alVected by  "���bulldozing' with lii^ii per cent 'Jyna-  mite, the ruck beiug too hare! for hain-  uier breaking. To obviate thi**difficulty,  and lo adn lit of ehe.i per ha ndliny, a tunnel has bean driven into bill from level  of flat. This connects by al2 .xl2 upraise with the quarry. In a pit on flat  uiixt the rail w.i y an i-.ii:neii.se Far re 11  crusher, will*, jaw open ing 2x3 feet  is now being installed.  . Ore will ue dropped down Uvs upraise,  aud there loaded into cars having a  capacity of 4 tons. Trains of those will  l>e drawn by mules to the crusher pit,  where they will be clumped by coin-  pressed air, over a grissiey leading to  -CTiislieJ. The screening .-s and crushed ore  will be elevated to al-sn beside the rail-  Avay.  As quarrying proceeds, other raises,  will be made, and the. level of the  ���quarry floor at the sanitt time be lowered until the flat level is reached aud  the tops or slopes encountered, when  tsiese latter .may be vi* ;>iiecl. The present Gates cru.Nher wil. .iku care of all  oro from the shaft *.*-. .*' present, its ea-  �� i jiacity being irwm -M'1 * ��� 5D0 tons per 2-1  Jill ours when fed wi: ��� ore properly  "t j "broken.  Over one hundred people, attended  the Socialist meeting* at the city hall  last Friday evening to hear Mr. R. B.  Kerr, of Phoenix, deliA'er an address  on ''Direct Legislation."  :*;Mr. Kerr opened the address by re-  ieiTing to the New England town  meetings, and gave Brookliite, Mass..  as ;'atx' example. Although ���*. the popul-  .attoii of that city is over 15,000 the  voters, still meet seven or eight times  an anally* and pass laArs.for themselves.  They : have never yet had ao'nayor or  ^city council. Prof. Parsons, the celebrated lecturer, recently compared, the  municipal governments of Brookline  and.Boston, much to the advantage;of  the former. The expenditure of Brook-  Hue amounts to over a. million dollars  yearly, and the city is modern and  up-to-date in,every particular.  The. referendum aiid initiative are  the principles of direct legislation.  Greenwood furnishes an example of  the 'referendum as all 'money'by-laws  have to be voted on by the rate payers.  Direct legislation in British Columbia  vvould 'mean that all. laws*.-passed by  the' legislature : could* be .voted on by  the people if they (the people) wished  it.* Sontli Dakota has direct legislation, anda laAV theredoes ;,not 'go into  effect until sixty'.da\;;*�� after it has been  passed :by' the legislature.; If in. the  meantime five per cent of the voters  sign ;a*; petition : to have the.bill voted  6,nkl>y.**'*."th*o.*.i people,; it is^theu pnti-tq rc-  fefena.tiin. This explaihs.tlieiiieaning  of initiative���:l certain percentage of  the voters petitioning, that a billbe put  to refereddu m, or vote of the people.  Messrs. BrbAvn'aud Curtis introduced* a^'bill at Victoria during tne last  session, granting of charters and franchise to be put to Arote of the people,  but the'.!)ill was defeated. Oregon and  Utah are about to inti oduce direct  iegislatioo. 3ati Francisco has referendum and initiative, requiring 15 per  cent of voters to sign petitions, while  Seattle requires 25  per   cent,   almost  to look out foi thcmselvee.  Fifty  years'ago  Switzerland   was  more mi<ler the heel of class rule than  any other -country.  Now they have the  finest system of  government   in  the  Avorld. Direct Legislation enables the  voters to vote on-every question intelligently.       At      elections |     at      present, so inanny different questions are  embodied iu one platform that theycan-  iiot be voted on  intelligently.  In the  last election in' this province a yot<er  had either to vote for Joe Martin  and  all   his   principals   or    against    Joe  Mar,tin    and     all      his     principles  ciples, and as a great many voters w-fire  in favor of a   Coast-Kootenay .railway  but opposed to Martin, they could not  vote as they wished. Direct legislation  w'ould effectually solve this difficulty.  At elections the people tvould be able  to vote for the best, man, irrespective  of party, and later on, say once or twice  a year could  vote on   individual questions. In Switzerland a man who   has  the interests of the people at heart is  always re-elected.   If the Canada Northern 'raibva-y. subsidy were put to a  vote. th�� people would be able to vote  for their OAvn opinions and convictions.  The initative and referendum is the  principal plank in1 our   Socialist platform and we will work and vote till we  get it,   It is the key to all reformers.  Important public questions are how  laid on the shelf frormyear to year,and  no question is brought forward which  will for ainoineut endanger the ?ife of *  the party.in power.,  Questions were asked by the audience,  short speches ;,were made Messrs Galloway,   Caulfield,   Dr.  McRae,   and a  member of the Salvation Army.  A vote of thanks was passed at the  the business meeting to Mr Keer, as he  would take no other form of '"recqm.-  jpcn.ee. .. ��� :'  Tlie Alabama Warblers  ���w I  *����� I  ���* i  The Cog tax man i.s  ^.j stick.his little tag ai:.ii  "Jf '     Better own up that *.  a jaud    pay   the    man   *  ut v.itii his little  'lis little bill,  iu oavii that cur  thenvise   sorae-  ���^S^ft^a-Sfi-^SSSS-ga^fe-feiS-rrS-^o-^Sf-s-'* bingwill happen.  "pryifi1>CforyT Direct "legislatioa wiiT  give real government by the people,  i:isioa<l (if goverinnciit by electoral  aristocracy as we have at present. Mr.  Kerr quoted the prayer of Henry Ward  Beecbi.'i- iu this connection, "Lord keep  us from despising our rulers, and make  them behave so .that we cannot despise  them." He showed by the following  illustration the looseness of our form  of . go'vvriirnent. Suppose that the  KusseU-J,;-Lvv-Cai:ilield Co. elected their  clerks to jict as managers of th-** business and gave them sole power to act,  keeping no check ou them. If a customer .should come in, and failing to  get vvlmt he Avutitetl through the fault  of the cleili, should turn to the real  owner, th�� clerk would say "He's only  tlie owner (the people); you've got tn  io.ixitie.ss v.-ith uie as I'm tha manager (the government).  Mr. Kerr referred to tlie ln.nii.se.-.  which tlie government of B. C. pro-  p*>ses ���.'���ranting to Maekoii/iie & Maun  and the Canadian Northern. These  great questions should be voted on  direct ly by the people. As it is now,  tliat is sought which will clo most to-  Avunis in .tin t.*t in irfg the present government in power. Mr. Eberts accused  Smith Curtis and Mr. Brown of talking to the gallery.in other Avords to the  poopi-J. In Mr. Kbert's opinion this  was sufertluons; they sho-ild confine  their remarks to the severeign servants  ot the people. People don't count for  much. It is the legislators themsel-  solvo.s who are the real government.  The ��y->tie-in leads to the .great danger  of po'ii;:;.*-.! corruption. Our repre-  seiiiri".)ves at Victoria ere subject to  presv-i-.t- hy both the Great Northern  and C. P. K. Most of thein are not  wealth v i:i:d are apt to yield to templ-  a'.ion Hardiy any of the members  can '.!������ *.-l.--->e(l as people's mi>ii. Smith  Curti- : - the only man who has worked  for the. ���**,"."��� p:o. and he i.s ak-uc. an  Islini;i :ii ������- As long as a few men  have all th po*,ver, and the people have  no  check   j-i   them, it is easy for them  The Alabama Warblers who will  appear in ,the Auditorium on Friday  evehing2t st iu&,*). come under promising auspises. The Nelson Daily  ���Miner of* the-11th ins,t. says of them*--  McKanlass and <. the Alabama Warblers appeard at the Nelson Opera house  last even iag before a larg-e and appr��-  ciative audience. Mr. Mckanlass appeared iaJSalson five years since, and  played to a good house and gave  good satisfaction and so is no stranger  to local theater -goers. -The show given  last evenbLg ooasisted of up . to. date__  "vaudeville by colered. artists. It was  a meritorio-us performance, consisting  of southern -plantation songs, good  clean jokes, plenty of lively dancing-,.  excellent triosand buartett. Misslyizzie  Perry' the Jewish Creole rendered such  classic selections as "Twas Only a  Dream,'' i n an artistic manner and was  repeatedly encored, Miss Patti Mc Kan-  lass sang" Sweet Sixteen" to the satisfaction of all present and was encored  to the eclin. i Mr McKanlass gave violin  selections and judging from the ap-  lause give a-Ms rendition of the "Mocking Bird," "��� Niagara," " Sugar la the  Gode, ���' and "Gravy on the Tater,'"  they were aniony the beat in his extensive rcportoir. He was repeatedly encored and made the hit of the evening.  The comedians of the company are  very ftuiixy ajid their jokes short and  new, The company will play a return  engageinoifs on Monday, March 37, ,  when an -entire new programme will l>e  given, in-eluding a grand cake walk of  three couples. The company should be  given a warm welcome on its return.  A. H. Brock of Winnipeg, manager  of the Great "West,1 was in town thU  week.  The Telephone Company is moving  its offices into tlie Wallace - Miller  brick block. Going- there to stay.  Dr. Jakes bade -Greenwood farewell  on Monday last, The Doctor thinks lie  may eventually go to Manilla.  Last Wednesday Greenwood was  treated to a snow squall acotnpanied by  thunder   and   lighting.     Thunder  i��  March means good times in  May.  Watch out.  W. M. Iriw the manager of the Rus.  seil-LaAV-Caulfield company went out  on Saturday last for a visit to Spokane.  The mere fact of his carrying two*  umbrellas to the depot with' him excited  suspicion, but be went alon<?. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES,  Cbc  Boundary Creek Times  Tssued evcffy Triday  Duncan Koss MA-tAinsr. Editor.  Cr.-CU.MB1A   TuLEPHO***,****    No. 40,  Vkknos* & Xblson Tkmu'iioxi-: No. 20.  SUHSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pen Yeah  S 2 OO  Srx Months    12;  To FOKHiaN CoUK-riUF.s  2 50  FJilDAY,   MAKCU W l'>0'--  LET US HAVE   ANOTHER   RAIL-  .    WAY,  sent   agitation   however   is    for   one j  member at once.    If  we  can  at once \  get  two   all  the   better.     Thanks   tor  your watchful eye, Mr. Curtis.  BKLT1S1I  Ti-iliATMKNT   OF   THE  BOER.  Evervbod v . in   tne  Boundary coun-  "   *    . t  try   ought    to   welcome   the   coin iug-.  of more railways* Cheap transportation and cheap fuel are imperative in  the development-of this region, and  although J. J, Hill doesn't appear to  think that rail way competition means  cheap Tates we will take our chances  on general betterment at least if  another railway should come. The V.  V. & E. road has had much to contend  within its effort to get into-the Boundary. It has had to ni3ke an up-hill  fight with the government and lately  it has been opposed by local interests  at Grand Forks. The latest reports  are to the effect that the effort to check  <*his road's progress in* the valley lms  been thwarted and that by making a  short detour and avoiding Manly's  ranch the road has been able to proceed.  Grand Forks had trouble Avith the  Canadian Pacific at the time it was  building, but that road appears have  forgiven and forgotten. And uoav the  obstacles placed in the way of the  second road may ultimately do tti'eni  good. Railroads are 'accustomed to  fighting and presumably admire tliose  qualities in localities. Green wood's  policy has a lways been of the oppo.-Jte  type. The toAvnsite owners Avere  liberal t.o the C. P. R. in the matter-.'of.  townsite subsidy and the people of .the  Boundary Creek valley are ooav  anxious to welcome another road.  Whether or not their spirit of fair-play  and liberality will redound to their  benefit will remain to be seen. ' We  trust so.  BOUNDARY REPRESENTATION.  The attitude of the Associated Boards  of Trade in regard to representation  tor Boundary in the provincial legislative appears to be misunderstood.  Even so Avell informed a gentleman as  Hon. Smith Curtis somewhat slightly  misunderstood the attitude the Board  took, as evidenced by the following  quotation from a letter recently received :  "I was very much surprised to see  that at the meeting of the Associated  Boards of Trade at Kaslo a resolution  Avas passed asking ihat the Boundary  country be given but one representative in the local legislature.  "I haw, ever since I have been in  the legislature, been advocating Hint  the Kettle River Mining Di vision, Avi I li  the possible addition of territory extending to Lake Okanag.ni, be given  a representative; ulso that the Grand  Forks Mining Division be given a  representative."'  Mr. Curtis shows commendable neal  in the matter and the Bot'indary appreciates it. The thought of the convention howtver Avas rather in favor of  not insisting upon the full rights of  the Boundary until si full measure of  redistribution was passed, meantime  asking for a special act that shall  divide the Rossland riding' and give  the Avestern part, or the Boundary, a  member for the present session of the  legislature. The convention desired  to recognize the right of the Boundary  to representation as a general principle, leaving the distribution of seats  on a basis of population to the government.  The people of the Boundary nuinber-  ing'over 6000 between Cascade and McKinney claim the right to two representatives under the census, the pre-  Tlie Post-Intelligencer of Seattle  recently discussed Couan Doyle late  book "The war in South Africa, its  causes and conduct"' in a spirit very  favorable to the British. The follOAV-  ing quotations from the artiele are  worth clipping, coming as they do  from a. source outside the empire :  ''While necessarily pro-British, it: is  written clearly and cainiiy, by a man  who has had the largest opportunity to  know the real facts, and. whose character is such that it must be recognized  that he would not willfully misstate,  any of them, however he may be'prejudiced in the coiiciusions^Avhiclr he  draws.  "Leaving aside the portion of the  book of largest- historic value, that  which describes the conditions leading  up to the war, and turning only to the  discussion of the manner in which the  Avar has been conducted, it is hard to  resist the "conclusion that the charges  of barbarous cruelty made against the  British soldiers in the field are based  on very slight evidence.  "The defence of Dr. Doyle isnot  \--aguc and general, as are the charges,  It is supported by documentary evidence,' by letters from Boer men and  women, and from many ministers of  '..the gospel who are on the ground, including some Dutch ministers heartly  in sympathy with the Boers. He also  includes letters from Boer officers still  in the field, thanking the British for  the exceptionally kind treatment of  their \yives and families. He cites  statements from the foreigu military  attaches and from fo-reign Avar correspondents -who attended the army,  some of whom were, in sentiment most  ardent pro-Boers, all agreeing *. iii  hearty praise of the personal conduct of  the British soldiers.  ��� *   *   * . * :  "Of course it is not to be expected  that Dr. Doyle's book will have much  ellject upon those avIio have have permitted their prejudices to warp their  judgment, but tu those who are open  to conviction it will certainly cause a  doubt as to whether Tommy A ileitis in  South Africa is any worse t li j-i- lbs  average soldier of any nationality in**  an enemy's country. Indeed, it leaves  the -impression thai he is far better.  PIOEERS TAKE MICE,  Owing to the unavoidable absence of  the -secretary and treasurer of Kettle  River and South Olcatiagan Pioneer  Society iiiul eouncouenI oversight in  sending out i*.otiees for the r.ieCii.-ig to  have taken place at Grand Forks ou  Saturday next, March 1st, ihe meeting  is hereby postponed. The next regular  meeting will be held at Grand Forks  on Monday, Sept. 1st, next.  Tiios.  McAur.KY. President.  1       7  Corporation oi tlie City of Greenwood. \\   f)T]*<pp]*{pN  NOTrCE IS IIKR'SUY f.IVKN tliat a Cunrl I \             of Revision for Un; C'nv of Ri-iaimiwhOiI, !'���. C, | J  on .Monday the Tih ..lay of April. 190*!, at I lie i -J  liourof k-n o'clock in the foivnuau. aiitl folloiv- j c  iu-j* (lavs if necessary, lor the pur-iose oi liear- \  intr cum plaints anaiiist the assist; memt us made I E  for the yenr 100"! by th�� Assessor, ;in<l* for ro-  visinjr ,-ind correctiiitr the. assessnioiit roll for.  thai year. |  Coiiijilaiuts - to be mud.: in writing lo tlie;  undersigned, at least ten days before liie si Lti tl jf j  of the court. ;  O. 15. TAYLOR. C, INC, C.  ,. Greenwood. B.C. Kebriian 25tli.l102, j  STYLES.  and:  itches'*  m-  C. m, Bully �� Co.  i i, /^v-'-v./WA/^-'WA-w/-'  -~*&*&r\ THE:-  We'*>van12nd hand   g-oods.    Ring* tip  106 A. L. White 2nd Hand Company.  <��>;��XMS-'X"X^<-"M^->X,-'>*I��-*-X,��X<->X-,,J  BRIEFLETS  ���ff^^^^^w&^^^^ffy^^^ffitftfrttftff.  Mrs David Bannerman returned to  GreenAvootl on Tuesday last after a  pleasant visit of several months ..in  Seattle.  We are indebted to Mr Embree .for  the .report of Mr -Iter's address on Direct Legislation.  John OH.rieii owner of the Arlington  Hotel is pitttini'r up a neat frame Hotel  Building* in *.he south end, or rather in  Anaconda.  MR. J. F. CRAFTS  of Ctiarlestown. Mass.  is desirous of learniu-j the whereabouts-  of his son ICIliott V. Crafts who Avas  wording- in tile B. C. niiiieabout a yea','  ag-o. Any information about him will  J>e appreciated. inr-7-28.  MINERAL ACT 1--.96.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICI*?.  WHITE IIORSI" ininural cl.iiiiiin   tlie  ICeltle  River Mi'iiii****** DiviMoii of Yale.  Wlieresiluat.::    In Conjicr ���J**.'-ii**i.   ���  TAKE N0T1C1-". that I. IJ. L. Wood. Free  Miner'sCcrtlfieaiu Xu, IJ. 4l-*i02. rm lioiialf  ol" liivselitmdas.atrent for James ("iralntin, Free  Miner's Ortilicate No. Ii -U>����;uk1   Annie llucl-  II. free Minqr's Ccnificnte No. H426V1 and  aiarira.rut K. Mercer. Free Miner's O.-niiiente  Xo. li5*5SO.*), iiiteiid sixty <l;ivs from the dale  lu-reof, to apply to tlio Mininir Recur-.!*,*-!- for  a Certificate nf Iniprovoments for the: purpose  of obtainin-r ;l Crown flraiu of the above  clai itu  And furtlier ta!(c notice that action, innler  section *37, must oe coiiniion.;'.-d befnre. tlie  issir;ince of such Cenilicitto of tinproveinfius.  D-atfd tbi.s lot li dav of December, l'KW.,.  Farst issue Jan ii.irv in. il. \��� w'OOD.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICK.  "DOMINION" and --XU.MBERT\VO*' Mineral  Cl-u-ms situate   in  ilie   Kyttlc Kiver  Miniiisr  Division of *i':ilp D'wiii,:1.. Wlu-re located:���In  f'ead\vo*)d Camp.  TAKKKOTICE that I. Clivo Prin^le. Free  Miner's Certil5c;iH- No. D-W3H.. intend  sistj- days from the date Imruof to npply to tli-e  Jliaiii.K Itccorderfor ?i (.'ortirii-.ite ol IrajiTOve.  ments for tlie purpose of obtniniiig ������ Crown  GrJint of tii'jiibovu e'.uim  And furtlier t:ik.j  notice  that notion,   uiiilcr  Section 37, must  be -l-ohimeneal   li'efore^-tlie  issuance of siich Cer:i'".Mte oi improvement.*  Dated this lcAl�� dny of November, A. i>.- i:M)l.  CLIVK i'lUXCLE  Yon can secure Avorh to last yon  from I to*S years owing- to the course  yon select in the International Correspondence schools. 90 courses of  study. No books to buy. 400,000 students. 'Would you lil-ce a free lesson in  Spanish, French or German Avith  Phonograph.    Write or call and see  G.   H.  Bshbaugh,  Lode Box 751. ������' * . TCosshuid, B.C.  Copter Street.  OPEN .DAY AND NIGHT "m  p>  WrSM^'J j*  ^c?x?��0'r.-";:3��  �����%>.  Every bit as Ew^dsamE  as, ..sOituS soft!  hal!is> fuUy. as   /&  serv(cea!jl<i and !?��/  a great deai  cheaper.  WHOLESALE, GROCERS  mm AND SPIRIT  MERCHANTS. :  VICTORIA, R. C.  t w �� # e v a ����� e sfa.-M-5-i'�� * ��'l' ���* a a- ^ a # �� ^ is  15  ' ONE OF MUNROE'S  CIGARS.  THE HKST LINES iN  ',lraRS  {jlbii  I        TOBACCOS I  I   npfi riR'RFTTFS-s  5 Iv'owspaper.-?.      Periodicals ��  !j Stjtiouery. |  | A M Line Choice Csndy |  H, B. MUNR  MEALS AT ALI,  HOURS  PK1VA.TE  ROOMS   KOK  LADIES.  %  Charles JR. ffittock,  TRY OUR COPFEB  ffiop's.  iiic-!r$^$��#is��is'>$e#e^��##^i!'^^��$o��'Sifffk#��i0fta��a��o��9��0����  RNS & CO.  Wholesale and Retail Meat  y        Merchants.  Markets -at:   Greenwootl, Qnmtl Foils, Midway, and Phoenix.  ��  ft  *  ��  ��  *  *  ffl ' v **  ,---:- &is aft#�� l����*-*��o *ia*��^.e*iaft#ft#o-*��#o*������#��ft##<(ft###tf*e#a*��**  w  m  *&��  m-  m  site  m  S55  J�� L 11��  CEO, B.:;,M1)E5.  iger.  REPRESENTING :  The Phoenix Fire Assurance The British  America  Asstir-  Co. of London, England,  /The Western Assurance Co.,  of Toronto,  ance Co., of Toronto.  The Ciuiadian   Birkbeck   Investment and Saving's Co.  STOCKS.  REAL ESTATE.  jnS&XKKZB  Wjr.Tprnc4  r  zs>  f**m*+^  t/3  CO  <;  a  o  i  K  U  ci  0  <   K  O  ��    P  a    -  o  en  o  (fi  ���tq  C3  to  <  o  H  CO  <  8 a  a  a  >  B   R  <  o  I  H  HI  to  <  ��  O  to  to  H  ��  o.  u  O  <  P  O  s  o  u  o  <  <u *4  fi <  . c  a **  w a/  ��5  o  ii  x:  = C* "O  s -.-  a  > ��   fit  -j �� w  f u  *0  rt o   c  s =   ie  o �� i  8 S^  ,,*�� .r:rv*.':  wmjy. ^V*. w.**.  *r *���? -I? iS "J  **��)  ��>**.  ���Z >Z  A 'I  S&&.J*  & ..*-.��  ���4*^' v?* &5* **?* w* */* i5* t*?* O* ���t?' v5*�� vfr v* t5*  ���j* .$ & & j* jt & & & j* & & <.* jt  ���**"  -%��-*J  *%��%  ^  ����  y��'"  jj   Copper Street.  Green avoocI.   c  -V J? **��� Sf 9?  J*? p"- ^ Jf- 5*."  Ms  %*k  fe*k  ���k-fe  &1s  fc-k  kk  &k  Isfc.  kk  kk  kk  kk  kk  kk  kk  kk  kk  kk  kk  They will next week.    Meantime call   kk  kk  kk  kk  sp*j?  Have been too, busy to tell you about  their Nesv Stock.  ���</"  *���*-  i$i and look the place over,  *�����-*  **%,  *K,  ^ ^*"^ -^ ���K**^^*^ i^ ^*^*' ^���^-���^���^ *^^^'^ ^^S'"-^^^'^  "T����3^cn--��m,-��T;  jfwmn.ni, .THHJ.JMILHIUJjib  sTSsesRajsesKSMa'i-^vra* ^  the:  boundary crrsk   times.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT & SHAW.  Bakkistjsks, Soucitoks,    '*.  Notaries Pobwc.  Ca hie Address :   " haclett."  ��.���-���  ) Bedford M'Nelil's   Gheenwoop,  oonres,  s M0rc-m-*/ & "treat's       *** a c  Lciber's. *      . / "    '  I, H. HALLETT.  n. c. Shaw.  MCLEOD & BROWN  Barristers a.ni> Solicitors,  Notaries Pdbuc, Etc.  Offices: Naden-Plood blocb. Copper street.  Greenwood, B.C.  J. R. Brown. J. P. McI/BOr*.,-  OHARLES AE. SHAW.  ClVII, I*NC-I"N"EE"e,  Dominion    AtfD-   Provincial  Land Surveyor.  greenwood,. :    :   .*.*.-    :  b. c.  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Minlne and En-jiiieejring Surveys..    .  Underground "Work a Specialty.  Wood Block fnext Customs office.)  ���'; ':*'    :        * GREENWOOD, B. C.  SOCIETIES.  .&&*&**>   ���" '������*'*.  ^ggg^S:   BOUNDAJtV VALLEY  LODGE  y^ml^ No. 3 8,1.0. 0. F.   . ��� ^  MeetB every Tuesday Evening at. 8.00 in tlieir  lodce room at Masoftic Hall.    A  cordial Iitvi-  tntton is extended to all sojourning brethern.  Fred B. Holmes, N.G.   IV, B. "Frith, Rec.Sec  Alfred   Canierbri   and  femily have  moved from West Bridge  back to  the  Httb'i;������:*.".      * "'*'' '.'���������''���'"��� \y.V -. ' * *-.  Every body is. invited to .*attend'  an'Irish evening* to be given Monday-  Marl? th 1902, bythe Epworth League  in, the Methodist":Church.*'��� Avery  pleasing- programtae Avill be given.  No admission.  The Lardeau Ea.gfle.is a..'li.kely. bird.  It knows how to put both beak arid  talouk into things that need tearing- to  -pieces. -  President Rosevelt shbw$ no lack of  appreciation of King* Edwards courtesy  in, deciding to keep his daughter at  home, rather than Let her be a bright  particular star at the Coronation Ceremonies., It is"' a case of the. parents  discretion overriding the Presidents  ambitions.  ,*! Col. Prior defeated Mr Bod welkin  the Victoria Election; on Monday last!  The Hon Minister of Mines will be ari  acquisition.to the I)urisniuir| Government whose present existence  appears  assured.' L/ast Sveek'we guessed oh the  results of the contest and hit it, now  you guess on the resu Its of the election,  The Green-wood Band  That there is plenty of band music  talent in Greenwood can no longer be  disouted. The taste of a feAV yolmg  people in this direction aided by the  ene.gy of a few public spirited citizens  and the support of the City Council, has  resulted in giving-Greenwood a Bti.ncl  much in advance of what might be expected of an institution in so small ca  town.  This is the character of things that  tamp a town as progressive and this is  the kind movements a community can  afford to sustaiu. The band's practice  through the winter has had a marked  eff C: on a and the I and in asters work  is acknowledged.  The spason i�� approaching when  the public may enjoy an occasional  Concert from the Band and Avhen public functions will demand its presence.  Mean time the gentlemen prominent  this enterprise must not be alloAved to  become discouraged because of public  apology or private economy.  It is a  kind of  giving that pay s individual and City.  NOTICE-  Until a successor is appointed to the  late C. W. Vedder as agent in Greenwood, payments may be made direct  to the head office of the company in  Winnipeg.  This Great West Life  Assurance Company.  CORPORATION CITY Of GREENWOOD  NOTICE OF TAX SALE-  NOTICE is hereby given that the  Tax Sale By-law will be proceeded  Avith on the 1st day of April, 1902, and  that all lands subject to sale under the  said Bylaw, on which the taxes are  not paid on or before that date, will be  charged with the full costs of said  sale. G. B. TAYLOR,  City Clerk.  Dated, March 12th, 1902.  55-00 buys the 50 egg Incubator at  tlie O. I. C. 2nd Hand Store.  Tor sale No, 5 Hydraulic Ram 6 to 10  g*allons water per minute. 2 inch drive,  1 inch discharge. bee A- 1*. White  2nd Hand Man.  nj-'j^  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  In tlie.NUttM of the eststc or diaries Wesley  Vedder, late of ilie City of Greenwood in  ths Province ot Brltlsli Columbia. Insurance  Agent, deceased.  -"Vroa-1'C'**- IS HEKEIIT GIVEN In pursu-  _LsL mice of tlie Rules of Uin Revised Statutes  of Urltlsli Columbia, ISO", Cap. 387, that all  creditors and. otlicrs liarbisf claims iHjaiust tlie  es late of the sai il diaries "-A'esle*.- Vdiulcr, wlio  died on the27(li dai-of D��cenibcr, A. 3>., W01,  are re<| ulreil on or befor*;*tbe 37tli day oCApric,  fl."D, 1902, tosend \>y posA prepaid, or deliver to  Ulc undersigned, solicitors for Mrs. Corn May  Vedcle*-, Administratrix nf tlie pev-onal ostite  and effects of tlie said deceased, llieir christian  nauics, surnames, addresses and descriptions,  with lull particulais of their claiins, a state-  m-cnt or their accounts an<l -.he nature cf the  securities (ifanv) lielrt lo* the. in, duly verified.  And further talie notice tli-u after tlie said  tlth dnv of April A. D-, aW)2, tlie said administratrix* will proceed to distribute the assets of  the deceased among* the -parties entitled thereto  li-iviiig regard only lo tlieclainls of -u-liicli she  sliall llio.il have had notice, and that tlie said  Administratrix will not l>e'lia"ble for. I lie said  assets or any part thereof to any person or  persons of-\\-ltosc claims notice sliall not have  Ueeji i-eceWed' by herxa.l the lime of siicli dis-  titbation.  Dated at G-rconwood, B. C. this 17tli day of  Febriia-rj, A. D.,3892.  *     J��RINei(E A.IVHTOESIDE,  Solicitors foS* Cora,May Vedder,  Administratrix.  K0TICE TO CREDITORS.  la Tlie Waiter of the estate of Thomas Miller,  late of the City of C reenwpod in the Pro-  ���Yince   of   British   Coluiribla,   capitalist,  .* deceased.   .:���  MO VICE IS. HEREBY Gn\rE"N' in pursu.  a nee of the Rules of. the "Ke*vise<l Statutes  oi British Colninhia, 1S9", Cap. 187, tliai all  creditorsandothers bavlnir claims against the  estate of t3ie said Thomas Miller, wlio died on  the30tli*da*y"of Julv, A.- D-"W01, are required mi  or before the 17tli day. of March, A. I>., l'*02, to  send by gost.'.propald, or delivered to the iiiidci*-  sijrned, solicitors for Joltn "Kite Miller, Administrator ��i tlie personal estate and effects of the  satil deceased,*their Christian names, surnames  addresses and descriptions, Avith full partic-  iitats of their claims, a.; statement, of tlicir  accounts and the nature of the securities [if  airy) "teld by them, duly-verified. '��� *. : ;...:.  . . And furtlier take * notice that -after.tlie sai d  3-Jtltday'or March. A, D..VXS2, the said Adinini-  strator-irlll proceed to dlstriliata tlie assets of  the said deceased anunifr tlie parties entitled  thereto^' liariag regard only, to the .claims of  ���Arlilcli lie shall then lim-c had notice, and that  thesaid -Administrator-will not belialilefortlie  saud assets, or any part thereof, to any .person  or persotis of whose claims notice shall not  lia-ve been received by liimat the' time of sitcli  distribution.   .... , :  Dated at Greenwood, 3t,: C.,' t3iisi.l7th day of  "Fc"biaa*ryi A; 1). 1902. .*'  \ ; * :        ' "P.RINGLE & WHITESIDE,  -        Solicitors ior John Rae Miller,  ���\ ���"���-.���.-.'. Administrator.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  Ia The matter of tlie Estate of Luclan Tefi roAv-;  -..;. late or Anarchist ����niitaln, ������ In tlie. Prov**  incc ��f Brltfsli Columiila', farmer, aeceaseSi  .'TVrOTICE IS HERE31V GIVEN iii iTjirsn  A-SLl ante of tlic-Revised.^Slatiites of JJritisIi  Colaiiiliia, 1897, Cap. 187, thai all creditors and  others leaving claims, airalnst the estate of tlie  said Ijiiciii.it Tedrovv wlio iII-ud on the 22nd day  of "JCoveiciher, A. D.,19ol, ;li-c required on or be"-  for�� the 17th day of -A ]>r3L, A. D-, 19U2, to send  by post, prepaid, or deliver to the uiiclers.i|jiii.-d,  solicitors for William Iisi-tt-les*,Administrator  of tlie personal estate aiid ejects of the said  deceased, their. Chrlstlaii names, surnames,  addresses and descriptions ivitli f iilljiarliculars  of tlteir claims, a statement of tlieir accounts  and the nature of tlie seen raties, (if any] held by  tlieni. duly A-cri Pied.  ^\ lid furtlier talce notice that -ifter. the said.  L7th dny cif April, A. D. 391)2, tile said Admini-.  strator \xi\ 1 proceed to distribute the assets of  the deceased amoiiir the parties entitled thereto,  having- regard only * to tile claims of which lie  sliaii then liave had tiotl��-t;, and tliat the sulci  Administrator will not Tic liaWe for ihe said  ;ass_ets,_or: aii>*^pai-t^ther.e-o.fj_^t<i-any-,persoi*i..o*L  persons, of Avliose claims notice shall not have  been received by him attbe time of such distrt.  butloti-  Datcd at Greenwood, 13. C-,  this  17tli day  of  February, A. IJ. 1902.  PRING-DE ���& "WHITESIDE,  Solicitors for "William l,awless,, -  Administrator,  lct,'le;Lse. demise, niniiitaiii, develop, operate,  distrlhute, transmit and furnish water, watur  rifflits. water poAver, electric lights, electric  lift**!!! plams, electric jHiu'ei-. Kleaui pou-er, ;:i:d  anv and all kinds nf power and power nlants  for min"ii|T and inillinir purposes :  7. To purchase, acquire, conKtrtiel, liuild,  own,luilii. i)|>erate, niaiiilaiii. c-iiui]). sell, lea- e.  dispose uf, niiii*t*,'a*,'e. and de.*U in and with  ililches, flumes, railways, and tramways, Ixuli  surface ami aerial, for minimr and nulling*  purposes, and for traiisnilttiii!,' and transport-  iii|.r supplies to, and the proilucts of, niinc<,  mills, smelters, and concentrators: aud finall_*.-,  lo do any iliiiI every thi iiy necessary, proper ��� ,r  couveiiieiil in oriler to liave, possess, and eiiji:1.-  all and every of Uie powers, ri-flits, and privileges herein set forth, and to fully and conpli >  ely earn- out the said purposes and object  above .specified,' in tlieir fullest andbroadi-a  sense and nieauiii!;.  /Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  DOX'T KNOW Mineral Claim, situated in thi  'Kettle River Mining- Divisiun of Vale  . District.  AVliere Ivocated -.      Smith's    camp,    ne.*r  Boundary -"Palls.  TAKE NOTICE that Ave, Geo. Jt. N'2den,  ���Tree Miner's CertiiicateICo. 4I63SB,. and  Sydney* M. Johnson. Free Miner's Certiiicate "i-To. S12(I.1J intend sixty  days from the dale hereof to apply to II-,".:  iniulu-f recorder* for a certificate of im prove-  ment for the purpose of obtainin-r a crown  if rant for above claim.  And furtlier talce notice that action under  cection 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such certiiicate of improvements*  Dated this lath (lay of February, A. D., 1902.  Royal Yictoria Goli Mining: Company  Limited, Lty.  Notice is hereby iriven that a special meeting  of the shareholder** of this Company will "be  held at the office of the Company. Rendell liuild-  ,iug*, Copper street, Greeinvood, li. c:.,ou the 7th  dav of March, A. ]>. 3902, at the hour of 3 o'clock  in the afternoon to discuss, and if deemed advisable,*, to authorize the sale of the assets of  the Com pany.  Dated tlLis 5th day of February, A. t). 1902. "  '  *'   * A. M. "WHITESIDE,  22-20 ���-:  y Secretary  i^* *?^ c^* c?* to* t&* w* ^?. -i5* t5*. -s^* v* it?1 -&1 fSy -j-5* -*--5*  ^ Corner Copper   and Greenwood   B  ���2* Streets.  ,:  *��    ��� .'if;  % Steam. Heated '��  *y :'��� ��� ::       Throughout  *ift  ���ft  ��j Rooms 50 Cents  "ft  $                       and iip.  -*<*��  *��  v.*  ,*  Fine Assortment *   ��"  A "A  i�� Twiquora mid Cigars,   r.  V, ���    ���    ���   %i  Si" J? 5? J**,-** ��" 8? J? f? se Jf -^ S? if J*?'��' 3? Jf.  ICAMP ��� McSISNEYi  .���.111/1 JLL/ii'i %s  Certificate of the iteglstiatlon ol an  Extra-PrpTinclal Company.  "COfrtPANIES ACT, 18 97'  7 niER EHY CKRTIKV that "The Waterloo  1 Consolidated Miiiiuir and Millid-r Coui-  IJitny" has this day been registered as an Extra.-  L'roviuclal Cotiijiaiiy, uitilftr the "Cnnipanies'  Aet, 1S9T1'' to carry out or effect all or anv of tlie  ubjccts��y the Company to which tlie letrisla-  live authority of the Lt'&'islatiiiu ol JJritish  Cpl u utfcia exte ii d s.  The head oflice of the Company is situate iti  the Citv of. Spokane, State of "WaslJlii-rtoii. V.  S.A.  The amount of the capital of tlie Company Is  SiaS.CK't), divided into 1,250,000 sliaresof II) cuius  eiich.  Tin? head ollice of the Coinj-any in this Pro-  viiK-., is .iLuate at ��.*aniji McKlmiev.and l^t-  rich IJ. C-raliam, miner, whose address is Camp  McKinuey aforesaid, is tlie attorney for Hie  Com-pany.  Tim time of the existence ofthe Company Is  fifty years.  <rlven -under my hand and seal of office at  Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this  lOtb day of February, oiift thousand nine liu inland two.  . [I..S.} s, r. WOOTTXN.  1-teg-istrar of Joint Stock Companies.  The following are the objects for which the  Com-pan*}** has been established :  3, To do, transact, carry on, ai-d eupage in  tlie business or undertakings hereinafter eniini  crated und s|>eeilied witllin the Doited States  of America, iu the Province of British Columbia, and Ihroujfhont the whole Dominion oi  Canada :  2. To locate, buy, purchase, acquire, bold,  oivn. maintain, equip, -wortc, develop, improve,  operate, sell, let, demise, e.-cchan-re and inoi't  patfe mineral claims, digf-'inirs. mines, and  mineral rights of any and every lei nil, nature or  description whatsoever :  3. To buy, purchase, hold, own, deal iu, sell,  e.-cc1ia.ii.sre ind hypothecate metals, ores, minerals, concentrates and bullion of every kind,  nature and description :  4. To treal, smelt, mat, mill, stamp and reduce orcs.juiaerals, metals, bullion and concentrates of every kind, cliaractcr aud description :  5. TO erect,construct, maintain, operate,*hu v.  piir-cliase, acquire, sell, dispose of. lense, let,  exclianire and *mortf;a-t;e ciiills. smelters, concentrators, and any and all kinds of machinery  and appliances for the purpose of smiitin*;  iiiatLi-n-if. con cell trail un, ���cvoffciijjr, re:lnci:i.!f  crnshin-r, refinitijf and liaJldliUif ores,minerals  iueta.1***. and bullion of all kinds :  (jr.   To acijaire, locate, l>ay, bold, own, sell ���  1'Hugh Cameron :-: Prop. |  IScst   tirauds   Wlucs.ii'TiinuKrs   and  Ciirars.   Good Stabling.  I  1 CAMP McKINNEY. B,C i  %  <ry  Cr*\  c'-^\  <F*  <F<  (F<  <F*  <F*  CF*  <F*  Cr*  (F*  ���F*  ���F*  F*  F<  ��-S  ontreal.  Ciipilal, all paid up. $12,000,000,  Host,  ..$7,000,000.  President.   Loud Stk.athco.va. a.nd MotJu-r SentAi,,  Arlce'-I>rcsideiit :    Hon. Oeorge A, Drommonb.  Oeneval Manager:   E. S   Ci.otis-r-o.v.  Branches in London, ling. \ ��l?%rxc^. \ iToiv Eork, -Chicago.  Bur and sell Sttrliiij-* Kxcliaiifc'e and CahleTransfers | G-rant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in aiiy parO>f the Avorld.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANE, Manager  *te5  **=s  <��*���  THE BANK OF-  America  Establislied 183 5. .   Incorpooakd by Royal Ciarter.  Capital, ^1,000,000���$4,866,666.66  Reserve Fund, ^350,000-$l,703,333.33  HEAD OFFICE:   LONDON, ENGLAND.  H- .STIKEMAN. General Manager, Montreal,  J ELMS LY, Inscectoi, Montreal.  Branches and ag-ents in  all the   principal cities   of  Canada and the  United States,, atitl correspondents in alL-parts  of the -worLd.  Green*wood Brandt:'' W. C, H," BELT. IM,anfa��*er.  YVitlt Which is Incorporated tlie  im BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.;  HEAD OFFICE/TORONTO/  Capital, $8,000 000.       -     Rest, $2,000,000  HON. GEO. A. COX, President.   B, E. WALKER, General Manaeer  KERRY F. IWYTT0N  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  ��� Engineers and Mine  Sucerlnlentlants will find  it to their Interest to re-'  ferto tis when in need of  acj'thltif la the Pump  line. We make Pumps of  every -description Tor all  services.  2*'    Pump  Calalosues and  *��>|Spediicatious  sent  neon  ;**.< requesr.    We  pianufact-  '����� lire also Northey Gas and        ,.  .-;'! Gasoline" Esjlnc-clieap- THE  .'**, Iiandy���s?.U.     Send   for  "  ���J Booklet.  ;"���]   CunlifrcSMcMslisi!, d  ��:" Aeents at Bossland B.C.  ������>.:��� Vancouver tiiein��erl*3g  K Works, ngcins at Van-  !.',i couver, B. C,  i .  M'-'.'i.--i.'ZJEi&.:?.-m i :*��. L...T11. '. :  Satiwa  "trt James Cooper Mfg, Co.,   |  ** -MONTREAL. QUEBEC, ��*��� ||  MANUFACTURI3KS OF ^5  RDCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE ^  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM- ^  PRESSORS . * . .      .    '' ��� 3  acbinery**  BOILERS. HOISTS, PUSSPS, Etc. C0l"-EJ^j!i;?EK^?-L���EST!'  STOCK CARRIED JN JtOSSLAND.  ���^     A.Kcats For The Sullock Diamond Drills.  |�� R. M. g*. !22clla1Sv, Kossland, H. 0. 3  ^LiiiiiUiiiiuiiiUiUuiiiuamuiuumiiuuuaiiiiuiiiauiiaiiaimuittuiuiuiiuituuiuiaiaiuR  ^UlUllUiliilUiiiiiiiiiJJittlUUiUmtUUlUUUUllUJltltiliUiM^^^  'zs TflTPO   fil'IfiPfPlI   l*Wr*!(^ Greenwood  ?s -the  finaacial and tainmercial cenixe of the B  S2 illlGlJ   lillvllluluu   Ullilllu " B.minUry Creek Dislricl.    It is Uie  supply  point  forthe. S~  ^S n      ,       .    .,     -., Mining" camps.    From   the  citv  roads Lead to--Greenwood. B  ^ Hil!H SiWIS   U  \K'Wi Dcarhvood,   Copper,  Summit,   Long Lake, Skylark, White. B  31 . __                                 3' and At wood. Wellington and other Boundary Creek camps. B  1 ^Snfi��Sd0llier Roit.-Wood or c. Scott Galloway, Greenwood, ff ���THE   BOUNDARY   CKEEK   TIMES.  -MINING NEWS-  Tlie se-'t'iKl furnace at the <*ireen-  vrood smelter will lie at work iu the  near future. Progress in its erection  is bein.tr made.  A crusher and a sampler are beiii��  placed in the Sun-set smelter. The  new man has things (joing lively.  It is reported that work in progress  on the Volcanic on the North Fork is  ���shoti-iny* that property up nicely,  A  lire at the Jewel mine  Tuesday  "last destroyed shaft house No. 2.  If ynu want lo see nice ore and nice  work and a nice vein in place step up  to the Providence some time when you  have an hour to spare. Three hundred dollar ore within a mile of the post  office is worth looking- at.  ���k  Tlie Rock,Creek Consolidated Placer  Mining- company held a meeting for  reorganization on Tuesday evening  last. The company decided to levy an  assessment of'S5 per share on I he stock  and be^in work at once. F. Keffer is  president, ami R. Liden secretary of  the company. Mrs. Keffer,"Paul Johnson and Robt Wood are on the board of  directors.  Mr, W. Hart-McHar^, a barrister of i Engineers, li"* Ire inert-, MactUtiisl****,  Rossland, B. <C., and is entitled '-Fro .11 ' TSLectricians setidFoHi) page '{iaitiphlet j  Quebec to Pretoria." The author, who |CotHa.i*n 1 tijjf"^ne-s-tioiis asked by ejraiiiiii.'  resigned his commission to enter tii-y i-ijf* boarci of Engineers to obtain j  ranks of the regiment, served tliro'iijfii I Engineers license. Address, Geo, A.'  the entire campaign  as a sergeant h: | Zeller,   Publisher,      189  -t-tli   t.     St.  "A" Company*     Mr.  McHarg, iu his *  -        narrative( shows himself not only a  close and intelligent observer, but  possessed as well of the ability to record his observations and experiences  in good literary form, and so as to enlist and hold the reader's interest from  the first page to the last. 2?otoniy  are the details of life in camp, aiid ou  the march, and .in the thick of buttle  graphically told, but the author exhibits a comprehensive grasp of the  whole situation, and gives a concise  and satisfying history of Lord Roberts  famous advance on Pretoria, in which  our Canadians won their laurels. A  sketch-map of the field of operations,  tracing the line of inarch of the regiment, and an excellent scries of diagrams of the various engagements in  which it participated, add much to the  interest and value of the volume.  At a recent meeting of the board of  directors of 1he Morrison Mines, E<td.,  a motion was carried giving an extension of 30 days' time on the second payment of the bond on the mine, making  it payable ">n the Sth day of April nest  The mineral output of .Canada has  increased from 20,000,000 in 1895 to  nearly 70,666,000 in 1901.  Tourist Association.  Tourist associitions appear to b-.�� becoming* popular.   For years such a body  has existed in New Bninswiok and has  done much in making the attractions  of that province known.  The crty of  Fredericton alone estimate a yearly income of several, hundreds of thousands  of dollars from tourist travel developed  largely through the efforts ofthe society  Recently Victoria launched a boom in  this directions and now Nelson is following suit'     The following circular  just received speaks for its self.    Per-  0 sonally wa  do not think   Greenwood  " has much to offer of attraction to the  tourist.   Boundary Creek has few fish  in it, and the promise  of   the   depart*  ment of marine and fisheries to stock  Long Lake has not been redeemsd.Jal  though Christina Lake which was to be  stocked at the same time has been attended }0.   in point of glory holes and  and good hotels we out class anythihg  in Yale-Kootenay'however*    The   former are worth coming to see and many  a man would be wilting to live a while  longer jus; to stop at one of our first-  class hosteJeries   However the matter  '_is_woTtH^<^si*dttfiVrg.  Nelson, B.C. Sth March, 1*902.  Deak Sir : At a public meeting  held here on the 4th inst; it was decided  to forrn-a Tourist* Association,covering,  if possible the whole of South West  Kootenay. As we feel that iu order to  make it,a success and placing its attractions before the.public at adistance  it is absolutely necessary for all sections to join hands.  Our desire is to obtain the opinions  of merchants and business men of ea.ch  section and if the project meets with  general approval, to organize local  boards at a point and all matters pertaining to eacn section to be under  their supervision and in that way to  get-up an illustrated pamphlet well illustrated and obtaih tne co-operation of  the different railways in its distribution  and also to appoint a good live man us  secretary who could visic each section  when necessary. .*,  We havejalready startedan association  here, the membership fee is fixed at  SI.60. and so far we have met with  great success having obtained a nicm-  dershipof ISO, weth the probability of  getting from 50 to 100 more.  We shall be glad if you will take the  jitatter up with your frieuds iti your  neighborhood aud let us have your  views as to the assistance we might expect from your section. We shall be  pleased to ge) this informrtion at as  eurly adate as possible.  Yours respectfully.  J. Fkej> Humes   President.  MBI.V1I.B Pahrv.     Secretary pro-tern  FROM QUEBEC TO PRETORIA.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate <if I*tuproreinetiti  NOTICK   "DOMINION^ and '���NUJJtiliR-tWO'.'MiiH'rai j  Claims situate i�� tlu: IC'eitle Klvcr Mining-1  Division of Vale I3is'trlcL.- Wlter��! located:���In I  l)c:id\v</��i.l Cani]). j  . 'iAKE NOTICE that I. Clive l"Tiii|��Lc, Free |  Miner's Certiiicate No. IM0314, intend j  sixty days from tlio datu hereof to apply to the I  Mining Recorder for 11 Certiiiciitc of Improve-!  monts for the purpose ot obtaining ji Crown j  Grant of the above claim  . And further take notice tluU action, under j  Section 37,   must be commenced  before  the  Issuiinee of such Ccrti" itite of Improvement.  Dated this mil dny of November, A., t)., ilOt,  CLIVE PBHfGt-E  9-a ��t-#��#<HtH�� # *#��St<H��#0#��HS �������*# ft  IttHcbell*  ���,*�����  Mr. J, P- Flood returned this week  from his eastern trip bringing* with  him Messrs Jones and Ely of Dninth,  These R-eritlemen have been visiting*  Deadwood Camp and the Riverside  Mine since arrival.  UR'KJUIEj  CARPETS  ���*������*  a  fit  Sj  Has the most complete  I  Stock     of     Tailoring*  i 5 '*'  i ���#   Goods in the Boundary  ��    -  31  The   largest   hotels  and finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  VICTORIA, B. C,  glassware  cut���  silto���*,)  bar-goods  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  XOTICE.  QUEEN, CA MFOltNIA and ASTOR Mineral  claims, situated in the Kettle Rdver Mining  Division of Yale District.  Located about .">)���< miles sortli easterly fro in  Camp McKiiilJer.  TAKE NOTICE tliat I. Theodore "OuTilc  Free . Miner's Certiiicate No. B60S&5,  acting*as ajjciit forthe RoclcCreelcG-old Mines,  Ctd,. Ly., Free Miners Certificate No, B69S6*,  Intend sixty days from the date hereof, to ;y>j>l*>*  to tlie Mining Recorder for a Certiiicate of Improvements, for the pnrjiosc of obtaining a  Crown Grant of tlie above claim.  And further take notice tiiat action under  section 37, must be commenced be-fore the issuance of sucli Certiiicate of Inuirovenictits.  Dated tliisSlli day i>f Februarv", A. D-, 110*:,  THEODORE LUIJBE,  Afirent for the Roclc Creek Gold Eiiies, Limit-  ed Liability.  ��� For au  up-to-date suit  S call 011    :    : .:    :    :    :  Greenwood's    Leading    Tailor.  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  WffiM$XJ$fiti  RAILWAY  WORLD'S SCEfJlC  Disect Lines,   Lowest Rates  EAST  Winnipeg*  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal  New York  WEST  Vancouver  Victoria  Seattle:  Portland  San Francisco  via Soo Li tie, St. Paul, Chicag-o  and all U. S. points.  TOURIST'SLEEPING SERVICE  EAST :   Leaves  Kooteliay   Landing Tuesday and Friday. '      .    . .  Leaver Duiismore Junction  ���DAILY-  WEST:   Leaves Revelstoke daily.  ICoineseciters Excursion Ticketson sale,  westbound March 1st to April JO.  Steamship Service,  From Vancouver  A laslca, Haivaii, China, Japan and   Australia.  ���Through bookings to Europe -via all Atlantic  Hues. ��� ...   .   j*.     THE BEST BEEF IN TOWN IS MADE BY  ,v.  PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  \i   \ *  n  if b  P-roprieto-fs  '"fe>^.  S&f'  ASK FOR  The ELkhoi-n Lager Beer Co-ntains only Pure Malt Hops. Try  It I It is kept on draught or La Bottles by all the leading Hotel  ���*  4=  I  'WELL THAT'S FfflE'  Is what they all say about  The Story of the First Canadian Coatls-gent  Graphically Told ty a Noa-Com.  .���Vn important contribution to the  literature of the war in South Africa  is announced for early issue by William Briggs. It is a history of the  First Canadian Contingent, the Royal  Canadian Regiment,  from the -pea of  *  I .THE NEW *GEJft SAFETY RAZOR.  4-*  jj* Impossible   to  cut the   faces  shaves  ��|t�� !j  tfr easily, quickly and cleanly,  gfig. Illustrated booklet free.       Mail Orders promptly filled.  ������ �� "������'*���  4.  "d^fc  ��adie$ Spring atsd  ^utnttier Shirt  iUassis and  Dressing Jackets  Itisl in/  at  Special Cine of SWM iliaisfe  75c are (be best value we bawe  seen at Ibe Price,  t'H*  TfX  Ti'f  ���TfX' '���'  TiX  XXX  XXX  XXX  XXX  XXX  XXX  XXX  XXX  XXX  XXX  XXX  XXX  *&$ -  -|��.V��  .'*..:���*���;���  Shelf Har(iwrafe  Provisions  ���H��y  "XXX  ���XXX  ������XT?  ,; -vvv  TfX  *?Vt  ���fix  xyx  vxx  xyx  XXX  XXX  xyx  ?M  ���VtV  TY?  XXX  4 vv  ������#  Present a Righ glass Performance fOr tbe Benefit of tbc  PboeniK General hospital.  The Kiit^rt.-tiiiinent will Consist of a Minstrel  First* Part  of  Good  CborusM, Solo"  and (joiiiic Sonirs. ' .  Che Oldest and ttlos* Cimo Uiorti Sokes Obtainable.  Pboenix miners' Union Rail, march 31 and Horii 1.  (freenwoad, Huditorium, April 2.  -grand forks. Biden'^ Opera Rouse*. JRpril 3 and 4*.  �����  * Jr &++**���* *4*B    &QJ)/$*&** + *������+**��&** 9  .   Orchestra ��1 five "Pieces.  JiKlpi; W. R. Williams,      C. H. Flood,      O. U. Tatro,      G. D. Turner,      R. Hwrretl,  S. Sonierville,        AV. H. Cole.        J. C. Stutz,        V, Holmes,        A. G. SlJup?*)tt,  VY. H. Rotlirock,      (3. S. McKtnzie,      "\V*. J. Pierce,     .P.J.Cook,      A.. P. McKenzie,  J. H. Whiteside, Little Glads Harvey.  Volunteer Orclieser���Mrs. William Presslcr*. Allien Biner. A. Almstrom. Din BlJier.  Under Che mana-aement of Itlr. 3cb�� F. Ifemenway.  Musical Director   ..   Prof. Paul Kauffminn.   Sta��*e Manager  Geo. R.  "Meld.  Business Manag-er W. B. Willcox.   Treasurer ...Or (J. S. Gordon.  | McLennan,   McFeely   &   Company  4> Wholesale Hardware Merchants, ���'%���  *4��     122 Cordova Street, VANCOUVER. B. C.     "f5*  �������>���# * ��!��� ��f ��f 4s * ���!��� ���?��� *���*�� '* * **?��� ��f -^ ��f ���^���4����f**'f"f��@  "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"  Assets .* . $304,568,063.49        Surplu? . . $66,137,170.01  H. ALLENBERG, Manager,  605-606-607 Empire State Building, -- Spokane, Wash.  CHARLES T. K1PP. Cashier-  Office Tel. Brown, 211. Residence Tel. South, 80L,


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