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 1*  t'-:    -    ���  *v  \  . \  i  \  '���'  m  -S  Legislature "'���!  11901    '..���,*,,.Library ������)���  Vol. 10  GREENWOOD, B. ,C. FRIDAY, JUNE 6,   1902.  No. -wr'Stf,  i~V  Iff DIAI  The War in South Africa has  JBeen En&l  I  Boers Surrender and   the* Country  Passes into Hands of British.  \  There was as much rejoicing as the  time and circumstances would permit  when Sunday' evening ' the wires  flashed to all parts of the British empire the glad tidings that peace had  been 'declared 'and1 'the war in! South:  Africa was at an end. Many ofthe  subjects of His Majesty heard the*  news from the pulpit* of the churches  and in some instances the restraining  influence of tacred; edifices was not  sufficient to prevent outbursts of feeling.' In old London the people went  wild with joy and celebrated until a  late hour in the night.  Monday the event . was properly  celebrated in the various towns in  British Columbia and elsewhere in the  dominions beyond the seas.        :  The1 first official news came in a  brief telegram from Lord Kitchener.  Afterwards tlie terms of peace were  made public.   They are as follows :  "His excellency Lord .Milner, his  excellency Mr. Steyn," General Brem-  ner, General CR. Dewet and Judge  Hertzog, acting; in behalf of the  Orange Free State, and General Schal-  kburger, General Reitz, General Louis  Botha a.nd General Delarey, acting  for their respective burghers desiring  to terminate the present hostilities,  agree to the following terms :'."..  "The burgher forces in the field will  forthwith lay down their, arms, and  hand over all' their guns, rifles and  ammunition in their possession or  under their control, desist from further  resistance a nd acknowledge King  Edward VII as their lawful sovereign.  The manner and details of surrender  will be arranged between Lord Kitch-  Hener an'd'CommaTndant.��Gen*ral_BothaV  assisted by General Delarey and Chief  Commandant Dewet.  Second���All burghers outside the  limits of the Transvaal and Orange  River Colony and all prisoners of war  at present outside South Africa who  are burghers will, on duly declaring  their acceptance of the position of  subjects of His Majesty, be brought  back to their homes as soon as means  of transport can be provided and  means of subsistence assured.  Third -rThe burgheis so returning  will not be deprived of their personal  liberty or property.  Fourth���No proceedings, civil or  crimminal will be taken against any  burghers surrendered or returning for  any acts iti connection with the prosecution of the war. The benefits of  of this clause do not extend to certain  acts contrary to the .usages of war,  which had been notified by the commander in chief to the Boer generals  and which shall be tried by court-  martial after the close of hostilities.  Fifth���The Dutch language will be  taught in the public schools of the  Transvaal and Orange River Colony  where the parents desire it, and will be  allowed in the courts of law, for the  better and.more effectual administration of justice.  Sixth���Possession of rifles will be  allowed in the Transvaal and. Orange  River Colony to! persons requiring  theto for their protection, or taking  out a license according to law.  Seventh���The military administration of the Transvaal and Orange  River Coliny will, at the earliest date  possible, be succeeded by a civil government, and, so soon as circumstances  permit, represpntative institutions  leading up to self-government' will be  introduced. . - --   1...  Eighth���The question of granting  the franchise to natives will not be  decided until after the introduction of  ���elf government.  Ninth���No special tax will be imposed on the land property in the  Transvaal or Orange River Colony to  defray the expenses of the war.  -  Tenth���As soon as the conditions  permit it a coromision on which "the  local inhabitants will be represented  will be appointed in each district of  the Transvaal and Orange River Colony, under the supervision of a magistrate or otherwise, for the purpose of  assisting people to their homes, and  for those who are not able to provide  for themselves, etc;, indispensable to  the resumption of their normal occupa-  tion. .His Majestys government will  place at the disposal of these commissions the sum i of '. ,��3,000,000 and will  allow the notes issued under the law  of 1900 of the South African republic,  and allfeceipts given up to officers in  the field of the late republics, or under  their orders, to be presented to a  judicial- commission, which will be  appointed by the government, and if  such notes and; receipts are found by  this commission to have been duly  issued in return for valuable cbnsidera-  tipns they;, received by the .first  named commision as evidence of war  losses suflered by the persons to which  they wereoriginally given.  In addition to above named free  grant of .��3,000,000, His Majestys  government will be prepaired to make  advances on loans for the same purposes, free of interifst for two years  and afterward repayable, over a period  of years, with 3 per cent interest. No  foreigner or rebel will be entitled to  benefit under this clause.  Preparations For the   Big  Three Days Celebration.  I  Other Hie Events Will Take Place at  The Gateway City,  SUDDEN BEREAVEMENT.  Warren Henry Parker, the eleven  year old son of Mr. amf Mrs. F. H.  Parker died after a brief illness on  Monday evening. Warren was" as  bright an active as ever on Saturday  but Sunday evening he became unconscious from paralyses of the brain  and medical treatment proved unavailing. The funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon, Rev. J. P. Knox and  Dr. McRae ^conducting the services.  Six boys, school mates of the deceased  acted as pallbearerlv' There was a  large attendance of sympathetic friends  at the funeral and the^ floral tributes  were many.' ,  Warren was a particularly bright  boy of great promise and the bereaved  parents have the sympathy of entire  community.'  A HANDSOME HALL.  Indications point to the attendance  of at. least five thousand visitors for  the big celebration at Grand Forks,  Julyl, 2. and 3. Secretary Harkin is  deluged with inquiries from nearly  every town in the interior as well as  from many towns and cities on the  American side. All the railways have  agreed to run special trains and excursion rates will also be quoted for all  regular trains. J. S. Carter, district  passenger agent of the C. P. R., will  be here next week to arrange details.  He announces that this company on its  account, will do a lot of advertising of  the celebration,  A single fare will probably be charged by excursion trains and a fare and  a third by regular trains. L. A. Manly  one of the track directors, will visit'  Spokane with the object of inducing  horsemen to participate in the local  race meet and .to invite the members  of the Spokane Chamber of Commerce.  He will also disabuse the Spokane  people of the idea that the Grand Forks  celebration, far from being. a competing attraction will co-operate with  Spokane in making a success of the  Spokane celebration, July 4. 5, and 6,  He hopes to induce the Empire city  to send a large.delegation and will  take up the matter of special trains  with-H. A. Jackson, general passenger  agent of the Spokane Falls & Northern;  An arrangement, it is hoped, will be  reached whereby a special train for  points, will  return trip  late on the evening of July 2. American horses competing here will be  transported by the  same train, Jfaus  with theNorthern Pacific Fair association.    His presence will   be an   assurance that everything will be conducted  on ; the  square.      The  various  events  are to be held under,  the rules of  the  New  California  Jockey club  and   the  American Trotting association having  applied for membership in both.  The association and the athletic  clubs  are working in harmony. It is believed  that the hose contests,  lacrosse, football   and  baseball  matches   will    be  among the strong features of the programme.    Five or six outside baseball  clubs are expected to compete.     Handsome   prizes   will   be .offered.      The  Grand Forks hose team is  in active  training and expects to have   better  luck then it experienced in Greenwood.  Definite   arrangements   have   been  for the presence of the Kaslo, Nelson  and Rossland companies of the Rockey  Mountain Rangers comprising 100 uniformed men, besides a number of outside   civilian- rifle   associations.      At  least $250 in prizes, cups, etc..   will be  offered for the. rifle matches and and  drilling   contests,      Capt.   McDonell  wrote Geo. A. Fraser, captain  of the  local rifle association that the soldiers  will reach there Sunday night,  June 30  go under canvas.    Besides the exhibition with the Maxim guns there will be  a street parade of the military on the  forenoon of Dominion Day.    The location of the camp has not yet been settled.   The Granby Co., has agreed  to  grant a' rifle range on its land north-of  the smelter.   There will be a display  of fire works frobi  Observation mountain July 1 and 2.  Cases Heard by Mr. Justice  Walkem During Week. - -  Was Quashed on Appeal of M. E.  Frazee���Timfcer Dues.  A SERIOUS FIRE.  The Oddfellows and Knights of  Pithias have fitted up the hall in the  Wood block opposite the Pioneer hotel  for a lodge room. The hall is now one  of the handsomest in the interior.  Under the capable hands of T. M.  Gulley & Co., it has been luxuriantly  carpeted and otherwise furnished. The  hall has also been repainted and generally renovated; The Oddfellows met  for the first time there on Tuesday  evening and the Knights on Wednesday. -    ' '  SO Pants patterns to choose from at  Mitchells.  Spokane and intermediate  lea,ve Grand Forks on the  Last week fire completly destroyed  the shaft house; at the Winnipeg mine  in Wellington camp. The fire started  at six o'clock in the morning and as a  high wind was blowing at the mine it  was only after hard work by the mine  force that the balance of the buildings  were saved. The destroyed building  contained a* 7-drill compressor and  boilers. The loss is partially - covered  by insurance. . . -  ,  A NEW MANAGER.  SUNDAY SERVICES.  Dr. A. O. McRae will conduct the  services in the Presbyterian church at  Midway next Sunday. His pulpit in  Greenwood will be occupied by his  brother, the Rev. D. McRae, D. D. Dr.  McRae intend* remaining in British  Columbia during the summer months.  He will occupy Dr. Robertson's pulpit  at Rossland during the absence of the  latter in the east.   .  RETURNED FROM THE COAST.  Robert Wood returned on Saturday  from Victoria where he spent several  weeks in the interest of the Midway  and Vernon railway. Assistance to  the railway was in danger during the  political crisis at the capital but Mr.  Wood is hopeful that the latest railway  legislation will be passed by the legislature. Five thousand dollars a mile  is promised the Midway and Vernon  road and Mr. Wood is confident that  with this assistance he and his associates will be able to successfully  finance the undertaking. Construction on this important road is likely to  be commenced at an early date.  allowing one full day's rest before the  opening of the Spokane races. Republic and the Boundary towns may be  counted on to send large contingents.  Last Julv the CP. R,, carried to Grand  Forks 850 people from Midway, Greenwood, Eholt and Phoenix for the celebration.  The city council at a special meeting  held last Wednesday night, granted  $1,000 towards the celebration fund  with the understanding that the distribution of the amount should be left  to the joint decision of the council, the  athletic organizations and the race  track directors. This substantial  grant will-greatly assist the celebration  commitee, which had contracted to  expend in prizes, etc., and amount in  excess of $4,300, The approaches to  the race track will be repaired and a  sidewalk will probably be laid down.  The extension of the waterworks to  the track will be undertaken at once.  There will be full entries for every  event on the race programme and the  fastest horses in the west will compete  for the big prizes.  Blake Wilson, general manager of P.  Burns   &   Co.,   writes that   Calgary,  which was nri-represeated at    Grand  Forks last summer, -will send at  leaat  twe car-loads of flyers for the running  events.   All the horsemen who were at  Grand Forks last July write that they  will be  there again   this  year   with  larger and faster strings then  ever.  Spokane will also   send   an   array   of  of talent to compete in the harness  events, besides a bunch   of runners.  Walla Walla, Lemston, Moscow, Pendleton,     Conconully,     Kettle    Falls,  Northport and other American  towns  will also make entries.  The honor of the Similkameen will  be  maintained! by Richter, the Keremeos  horseman and Snodgrass, the turfman  of Okanagan Falls.   Fort McLeod and  Cranbrook have also been heard from.  C. D. Jeffery, of Spokane will act official starter.   He holds  that position  King Rees of the firm of T. M.  Gulley & Co., has served his connection with the firm to accept the management of P. Burns & Co's., establishment at Phoenix. Mr. Rees was  connected with the big firm before  AndJPhM^.^sJo^eiongratii^ted-jon,  having secured 'such an estimable  citizen. He and Mrs. Rees will immediately take up their residence at  Phoenix.  Crowston  the market.  has   the best potatoes on  J. W. Powell who has been workin g  his properties in Deadman's gulch "has  uncovered a fine lead which runs high  in copper values.  Charles Kiutz, a well known railway  contractor, was in the city this week,  and left for the West Fork where he is  heavely interested in mining properties.  Mayor Naden made a trip to Canyon  City this week accumpanied by J. D.  Sword, M. B.  New goods diredt from Great Britain  just arrived at Mitchells the Tailor.  A. E. Ashcroft P. L. S., has returned  from a six weeks trip to the main  Kettle river where he surveyed 20  claims for W. G. McMynn and others.  A, A, Munro returned to Greenwood  on Saturday. He had intended to go  the coast with Mr. Greenshields but  returned on receiviug definite word  that the machinery would be in this  week.  The best potatoes are those that  have not been irrigated, you can get  them at Crowston's.  A meeting of the board of licence  commissioners for the Boundary Creek  license district will be held at the  office of the "Crowell Hotel", Midway,  B. C, on Monday, June the 16th, at  the hour of five o'clock in the afternoon to consider the renewal of applications for the district.  Mr. Justice  Walkem  w^s kept busy <  during*  the  week withi supreme court  cases and chamber motions.     OtiFri-^  day  last  the  evidence  in   the case of  the Standard  Pyritic Company vs the  B.   C.   Copper Company   was   lieard'. '  Pringle  and  Whiteside  appeared   for   ' <  the plaintiffs and Hallett and Shaw for   v,  the defendants.!  .The. .plaintiff. coiu-T,^  pany sued for a settler, valued atSCoO.  The settler was the  property   of the  Standard  Pyritic ' company.     It" was  the B." C Copper company's . *  sme^tec,. and   then - .returned    to    the .^  Pyritic.smelter..       ,,...., ..     JK,  . Paul Johnson gave  evidence for the  defendants.    He stated   that he* nude  arrangements  with    Andrew Laidlaw  the then manager of the Pyritic smcl-*>-  ter for the use of the settler until the -,-  arrival of one.for  the B. C  Copper     .  company.   When the latter settler ar;  rived he returned the one belonging fo  the Pyritic* smelter. ! He claimed that  the settler was'loaned   to him by Mr'.     ,  Laidlaw and that there was no arrang-  nient for purchase*.;,-   Judgment ...with  costs  was  given   in   favor of th-j "B. C,  Copper 'company!;    '  In chambers a final order was made *  for  the *-. foreclosure    under   mortgage' ���*  held by William Price again&t the properties of the Quebec.Copper company,  and   the   Standard   Pyritic   Smelting  company,' Ltd.    Mr.   Price   advanced"  large sums of   money   to  these com- ' "  panies takiug-amortgage* as  security.  **> *  On Monday, the learned judve heard  the argument' in the  test case as to  whether the government   could seize  wood cut on mineral claims for timber  dues.-   H.  C.  Shaw ' appeared forthe  *  parti es .i d-A.=M. -W h iie.side -t+  for the government.   .Mr, ..Shaw..held...-...  that the timber agents had no right to  make the seizure   under  the provision  of the Land Act and consequently the'*'"  seizure was bad.    Mr. ���. Whiteside  held ;   .  that in  any   case the Miu-cral Act did  not give  the right to cut  timber Jgtrj.,  sale on mineral claims andcousequeut-  ���-**"-. -.   .ft-.! IA :.  ly  the crown had a right to protect its  property.    The'learned  judge'decided ' '  not  to   interfere   with    the   \s-ciziire.~"'*  While the  proceedings might not have . \.  been technically correct, still no right,,, .  was  given   to  strip   mineral claims of  the timber by converting   it   into wood  to sell. ���   3"   ���"  M, E. Frazee, grocer and baker,-ap--*�����.  pealed from the decision, of the police 4  magistrate, fining him for keeping' \/r  open after seven S o'clock. J. P. Mc- ,***,  Leod acting.for the appellant attacked "*  the validity of the early closing 1>y-law '>  and J. P. Myers-Grey city solicitor ap* *  peared for the city. Written; argn- ���"'  ments were by���the.counsel ���  and Mr. Justice. WiUcciii "gave the '4  following decisioii :      < ".a, ���U; --,  jUDUMttS'l'ul'MK.  JUSTICR'wrA.t,KlCM.        >��  This is an application to nie, to yr  quash a conviction made undor bylaw r'  No. 68 passed in Greenwood^'; under ,"*  authority of the "Shops Regulation *  Act, 1901." ������--.*���.;  The bylaw was then quoted in f i  Omitting a being a immaterial the"  first pari of the conviction, it proceeded  to state that the Defendent "did on the  17th day of April .'..'.^...commit a  breach of the said bylaw... by suffering or permitting his'shop.,to re;*,  main unclosed during one ofthe times  prohibited by the said bylaw, to wit,  after the hour of 7 p. m." ' %Jfine'of  fivedol'ar.9 was inippsed, and a�� order  for five davs^imprisonment uiide in  default orfi.. iient by the sale of his  goods or otherwise. .._,--_  The objections t�� the bvlaw ;. :e:���  I     (1)   That it. was not,   as  is required  by section 8  of  the  shops regulation  fiat*  Continued on Pa*re 5. THE    BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES.  9HHB9  Riverside Nurseries  8rand Forks ��     c     martin Burrell, Prop.  Maples, Elms, Linden, Mountain Asli, Cotnlpas, Cut-leaf Hi roll.  A fine selection ot flowerlnif shrubs, inclndintj French' ami Persian Lilacs, Hydrangeas, Snowballs, Splreas, Roses, etc.  Spoclally Mlected strain of Lawa Grass Seed.   Fruit Trees. Berry Bushes, Strawberry I'lauts  and Asparagus Roots. '  SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS.  V. & N. PHONE 25.  THE   PROVIDENCE.  ; OOOOOOOOOOOO-OOOOOOOOOOOOOOHiOOOOOOOOOOQOO O-O-OC OOOOOOOOO  '. OOOOOOOOOOO-O O0C0OO0OOO0O0O:;'.O<)-CK)Od-0O00OOO*0OO0 OOOOOOOOO  Cbe  Boundary Creek Times  Issue* every ?riday  D��mcax Ro9s Managing Editoh.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pbi Ybar - --S2 W  Six Mokths      1 2i  To FOKBIOK COUNTRIES   .2 50  FRIDAY   JUNE 6,   W-  WEST FORK   RAILWAY.  The prorince is to be congratulated  if the miserable session which is draw-  infetoa close, will result in nothing  more than the granting of such aid to  the West Fork railway as will enable  its promoters to successfully finance  the scheme and begin the early construction of this important piece of  work. The West Fork railway possesses the rather unique distinction of  haying some merit. Its principal  promoter Mr. Robert Wood is not asking for aid, that he and his associates  may sell but for a large figure. He is  heavily interested in the minesof the  West Fork and is anxious to secure  transportation facilities for the high  grade ores, for which that district is  not��d. The road will be a development  road. After all what this province  needs is not paved streets in farming:  communities but reasonable facilities  for developing the great natural resources of the country.  The West fork railway when constructed will bring much revenue to  the province. The district through  which it passes is: one of the: most  promising in the province. In addition to ita wealth of mineral tliere are  stretches of splendid* timber and the  ���whole valley of the West Fork offers  every inducement to the farmer. The  opening up of this country by a railway will bring many people who help  to make a province great and will  bring much, revenue into the rather  "depleted provincial treasury ." ~"~IrT thisf  connection it may be pointed out that  the present system of handling the  finances of the province is about as  penny wise and pound foolish as  could possibly be devised. Instead of  endeavoring to build up British Columbia and encourage the exploitation  of its magnificent natural wealth, the  administration is apparently satisfied  if it can secure a sufficiently large  overdraft at the bank to eke out a miserable existence. There is something  wrong if the general revenue does not  meet the ordinary expenditure in a  province such as this. Either the  the money is being badly spent or we  are not doing business enough. If  money has to be borowed, a large  amount should be borowed, not merely  enough to cover an overdraft, and it judiciously spent in opeuiug  up the resources of Hie province, A  firm that has a revenue of S10,000. a  jear and whose office expenditures is  $15,000 is bound to go behind. If the  office expenditures cannot be reduced,  the only thing to do is to get moire  capital and enlarge the receipts of the  firm.  But we are getting away, from the  West Fork railway. There is the other  point in its favor, that its constrtictian  and operation is bound to s'vell the  business of the Shiiswap and Okanr  agon road and thus tend to relieve the  province from -paying*- the -.annual:  guarantee of interest on that road. It  will also open a good market for the  agricultural products ofthe Okanagan  and further encourage settlement in  that portion of the province.  Great credit is due Mr. Wood for his  persistency in advocating the important undertaking. The advantages to  the province will be grater than those  to himself but it requires hard . work  of ; public spirited men -to begin an  enterprise of this character.  Another rich strike has been made  in tlie Providence mine. . Surface work  was commenced at a now point on the  property and a large body of hieh  grade ore ^uncovered. Shipping will  be commenced from the property next  week.  A. Ferguson has found what looks  lil<e the Providence lead on his garden  at the upper end of tlie city and ha-,  located another Providence oh ii is own  account. He has some line samples of  high grade ore taken from the ground  at the upper end of his garden.  REWARD.  Wanted lo know the whereabouts of  David Henderson of Green wood, B. C.  E, heard of December, 1901. Reward  given by communicating .with T. H.  Henderson, Fairview, B. C. .  ^'*��^^*^���t'���^���t�����^���t���<���.*�����^���t^��t��.z��^���t',J*,^"���'��*'*���*^**���''���'���>*,^  ��> ' ���>  <���:��������� *  w  I up  .'J  IlIlllUDliWii  Ar n  Ij-Atth \J\ jjitillUii j  Established 1836.      Incorporated by Royal Charter.  CAPITAL  A000,0OO--!&4.86(),Gf466  .Reserve Fund!-^"365,000--^i ,776,333.33  I1EA0  :   London En.?land.     II. STIKEMAN, General Manager, Montreal,  *J. ELMSLY, Inspector. Montreal. ��� '    '.  .  <Jo      Dram-hes ami agents iu all ilu- p*.i:iei*p:it cities ofCanada and,the United States,  pp 'ami correspondents in ali parts of the world.  gg .   GREENWOOD BRANCH :   Copper Street. ;   .  O 000<KK)O0<)<KX>00<HXKKKK><M> OOa-OO&Ob^XWOOOOO^'OOK'OOOOOOOOO  ���OOO 000*0*00 0<><H>00<>000/000<>0-0-0 0 p-OP*00-00<><>0-0*0<>-CKKK-<><>(>000<>0<>  On jtme 1st, we dissolve partnership,   ����   For  the, next 30, days   we  will sell at cost for cash  .only,.:." .-'������.-  A: GOOD "ALDERMAN.  The withdrawal of Aid. Sullivan  from the municipal council and Board  of Police commissioners is a distinct  loss to the city. He was first elected  as alderman in the year 1899 and since  then he has done g*ood work for the city.*  During that time Mr. Sullivan brought  sound judgment to bear on all matters  coining up for consideration and if any  mistakes were, made the fault was not  his- He will be particularly missed by  Tiis conferes in the council who appreciated his many g*~6d qualities and  whogreatly^regret^that^hehas-determ^  ined to withdraw from the council  board.  i  %  %  %  fi  i BAMAM  PACIFIC BLOCK,      Copper St.  SELLS  FRESH FRUITS,  CONFECTIONERY,  CIGARS  and TOCACCOS.  Ha* ai neat cosy and clean  ICE CREAM PARLOR  and mil blend your Teas to isuit  you.  Don't *forg*et the place In th��  Pacific  Mock next to "Windsor HoteL  LOST  On May 24-th bei ween race track and  town a hunting case gold filled watch,  No. 2,457.413, Waltham movement No.  64,499^965. Finder will be rewarded  by leaving at this office.  During Victoria Day Celebration, a.  lady's belt buckle. Pinder will please  leave at Times office.  For good dry potatoes go to Cro Weston's.  ooooooooopoooooooooooooooo  Has  opened   his Ice  Cream Parlor at the  MY M  Makes Your House  a Home.     .  If   you   intend   to   paper    your  house, see us. ���":.-*'  We have the newest designs and  will* guarantee'' first-class workmanship.  Shop on Silver Street  near :<  :?:  Government Street.    %  ***  ���> ��*;.  #��**�� ����#�� ��B:f��***#****7? ji** :�����  * .   ��� iS  TRY  ONE OF MUMOE'S  CIGARS.  in the Clarendon Block-  ICE CREAM  SOFT DRINKS  ii    Fresh Candies Daily.  A full line of all  kinds  of  fruits always on hand.  Strawberries now  on   sale   and  receiving daily.  * THE BEST LINES IN  CIGARS,  TOBACCOS  and CIGARETTES  i' n  FofniTure  ir? jf ji"**'"* j*?*'**s?*. j?**"���&:��' a? av- *r sf t? j?' 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TRY  OUR  COFFEE  ,���2  _.5?L*  ���'������  -1 *:�� fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi. fi fi fi fi fifi fifififififififififi fi  .fifi^fi-Sfifi-i   ------..-.-.-.--- -   -  ���yrv  fifi fi fifi fi fi fi fi fifi fifi fifi fififififi fifi fifi fi fi J*;<2��  fcV.  *^n  Wa  tp in ���jiwWi -?v i .i tun cuiHJtm ii  fc**  <7%S  Have be  their  New Stock,  C*^r*  *<���-"  ' *jf ��f if & Iff" Sf Sf 5'   .  ' sf af af jf \<- &*'���>'��� �����' sf  too busy to tell you about    ^  SwL-       ^r       c>-r       **r    ^'*  Wa  They will next week,   Meantime call    fc<fc  i a and look the place over,     3C     2C    ^  ���'���.���'    fcfc  i? sf if ?i; jf sf if jf; jf jf jf jf j? sf ��f ^ af af sf sf sf sf Jf sf sf  y sv-����� af ?f jf sf ji- jf 5f jf jf jr },-��� #> ^ $��� & #> #> $? ^ $. #> fa  WAWTED  \t  1A Full Line Clioice Candy' I  V-fF ��P ��f If ��? ��p** I5" ^ f f & f & &  . C V. SEMERAD,  �� Clarendon Block.  J***   *00000<>0<K><X><X>0<KK><K>OK>0<>0-CK>  Newspapers,      Periodicals  Stationery.  H. B. MUNROE  RELIABLE  AGENTS  V���>. at nnc�� tni^tworihy juen and wojnen  in '.*vi*ry localitv. !! or tr:u', to iitirn-  duce :-, irr.v iii><;(.)vtTy ;'.iid k.'nji our :4hf.��W cards  ;>iut ;:ilvorti.~:;i'.r maiter t:tcU'f*.l nj) i:i C'.>u:;picu-  oi;s p;aci**i Uiro'iirhotiL tlu* town and country.  StiTulv t'inp!<v,-i;i,>;it voar roiitu!: co::i;tiissio;i or  sai.iry. S63.0O per*";pi!ili and H;:penses. noi  U* rxt.iH-f! ?2.5'-�� wrr d:iy.    VVrUt^   fur particulars'.  i'oMoHicc }Jc;; 537  Inlcrnalional Medical Co., London, Out.  FOR RENT-  v .> or 6 rooms partly furnished for  hous-ekecpiii"*. bjilvcr streei. Fisher's  addition, fonuerly occupied by   Frank  , Miller.    Enquire on premises' of   Miss  I 1 (rooks.  Ne  S-   Copper Street. ,   Greenwood.   ��u  *S - * i  ��*e#��"S$$**$**igS��.S��5-*v****** I Mitchells.  ���ods   at   reduced   prices   at  MINERAL ACT.  Ta Leonard Simpson, J.  R. Simpson,  Charles  O'Connor and any others coixrrned :  You .ire hereby notifieii that I liave expended  in labor-and iniprovements on tbe "Jewel"  mineral claim, situate in Triple Lake camp, in  Oic:KcltIe River Mining Division of Yale District, the stun of One Hundred Dollars, and S2.50  fur iccordin-q* t!*.e same, such being the amount  i'miiire-1 and iieci'.ssary to hold the said claim  for'tliu .year ending "the lit lz day of Mav.'1902,  .Jiidur-the provisions ofthe ''Mineral Act" and  Anietidin-tr nets: and if at the expiration of  niiietj- days from the date of the first publication of this notice in the Boundary Creek  Times you fail or refuse to contribute vour portion of'sucli expenditure, namely $7G.SS, to-  trether with all costs of advertisitit,', j-onr in-  terest in said mineral claim shall become invested in me [your co-owner] upon filing* in.the  proper office in that behalf the affidavit reunited by Section + of tlie "Mineral Act Amendment A ct. 1900.*'  Dated this 5tli dav of June. 1902.  IV. ELSOX.  Date first publication. June 6th.  Date last publication September 5th.  ">ir��a  v.  / BSD  sa  aaffi  ^wu&i  iw-irrr-irr"���!*"' ���������--�����������  "^  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES.  <*kk~:k*":��k*"K**<k��<k*m*:-"X��x~>��:"W">,X'  +  ��  IN PRIZES  OFFICIAL/ PROGRAMME  DOMINION DAY  CELEBRATION  JULY1, 2, and 3,1902.  Under the auspices, of the Grand Forks  Driving* Park and "Athletic Association  SUNDAY;JUNE 29.  Excursion of Rocky Mountain Rangers and Rifle Association from Kaslo,  Nelson, Rossland and , other points,  arriving in Grand Forks Sunday even-  ��� ing".;-..';���,:'    ;",, *.'.'.-';.'.'    .%:''.-'  MONDAY. JUNE 30-  8:30 a. m.���Rifle competition, under  the.auspices of the Kettle River Valley  Association, as follows :.'.-'  Nursery Match, 200 yards. $25.00 in  prizes. '������'.'���.*.��� .,*< '  Grand Forks Corporation Match, 200,  SOO and 601 yards, $54  and cup worth  $rs. ��� . * ������?:' ���  Ladies Match, 500 yards, $25.  Rocky Mountain Rangers Skirmishing Match, $45 and shield worth $75.  DOMINION DAY, TUESDAY, JULY 1.  9:30 a. in. - Military manoeuvres including exhibition with Maxim Guns  atRifle Range. ���'���."���*  Li a. in,���-Military parade through  the principal streets of the city.  12 o'clock noon���-Baseball match  on  tlie Athletic grounds. ������*', -  :.*   AFTERNOON.  Opening." of the new $10,000 regul-  tion half mile race track of the Grand  Forks Driving Park and Athletic Association, five minutes Walk from the  business centre.  V   RACING PROGRAMME.   .  :.    First event, called at 2 p. m. sharp.  No. 1. Running, quarter mile dash.  Purse $175. ���"���*-  No. 2.   Three minute trot or pace,  mile heats, best two   in   three.    Purse  .$250.   \   ..''.' -' .'. .. ������"���' '"    .'-������"  ���������Mo.". 3. Running,Grand Forks Derby  one mile.    Purse $400.  .Exhibition by Dr. M., the guidless  pacing wonder, who will endeavor to  break his record of 2.25.  No. 4.    Running, gentleman's saddle  horse, quarter mile dash.   Purse $75.  _Open to horses that have never oom-  peted in any other class.  No. 5. Running, five-eights mile.  Purse $250. ' .  A J/acrosse match,  Nelson, B.C. vs  Grand Forks .will: be played between  the racing events.  .  .^^^^^EVENING.^^^^.,^  General Illumination of the City.  WEDNESDAY* JULY 2.  9:30 a. m.���Firemen's Tournament.  Bridge Street. .-. l>.  Hub and Hub Race, distance 150  yards; reels to carry 250 feet of hose.  First prize $100, second prize $50.  Wet test, distance 100 yards to  hydrant, teams to lay 150 feet of hose.  First prize $100, second prize $50......  In both of above events three or more  teams to enter or no second money  avvarded.  L2 o'clock uoon���Baseball on Athletic  grounds  2 p. m. RACE TRACK.  No. 6. Running, three-eights mile.  Purse $175. .  No. 7.   Free-for all, trot or pace,mile  eats, best two in three.    Purse $400.  No. 8. Running, ponies 14K hands  or under, one quarter mile.   Purse $50.  Exhibition by Dr. M., the guidless  pacing wonder.  No. 9. Running, half jnile heats,  best two in three.   Purse $300.  No. 10.    Running, three-quarter mile  Purse $250.  r' No. 11.   Cowboy's rae*, 300   yards,  1   three turns.    Purse $50.  EVENING.  General Illumination of the City.  THURSDAY, JULY 3  deemed advisable. The rules of the  American Trotting Association (of  which this association is a member) to  govern harness events. The rules of  the New California Jockey Club to  govern the running events (by permission). This association is also a  member of the North Pacific Fair Association. Entry blanks can be obtained from the secretary to whom all  entries must be made. Racing starts  each day at 2 p. m.  GBNEKAI, INFORMATION.  Excursions and special reduced rates by all  railways .entering the city. See railway poster!-. Grand stand scats IfiOO people; a section  reserved for ladies and their escorts. General  admission' adults So cents; children under 12  years 25 cents. General admission to. grand  stand 25 cents. Restaurant-aud refreshment  booths on the grounds. Competent judges  hare been engaged: also au official starter.  Good stabling for horses at the track. Official  score cards for sale on the grounds. First class  bands in attendance each daj-.  DR. G. W. AVERILL, President.  W. A. HARKIN, Secretary.  Aid. Sullivan Resigns.  Tenders His Resignation as Alderman  ���       and Police Commissioner.  Aid.* D. J. Sullivan has tendered his  resignation as an alderman for the  South ward and as police commissioner.  In his letter lo..''the." council Aid. Sullivan points out that .he agreed to an  nomination in January on the distinct  understanding that he would be allowed to withdraw early in the year  and as there is now a full attendance  of aldermen, he desires to be relieved  from aldermanic duty, particularly as  he intends being away .."from*'the city  during the summer. The communication was received with regret by the  council and the mayor and Aid. Caulfield and Bannerman were appointed a  committee to interview: Aid. Sullivan  to see if he could not be 'induced to  chang-e his decision. The committee  saw the alderman during the week but  he decided for reasons given above to  let the resignation stand. .  A BIG SUCCESS.  The laughing comedy "Too Rich to  Marry" which comes to the Auditorium  Friday June 13th, had a continuous  run in New York City, last season of  twenty weeks, and was pronounced by  the Press, as New York's comedy  success.  $��#####$$&$$$������$��$��$��$$$��  12 o'clock noon���Athletic Grounds-  conclusion of Baseball Tournament.  RACE TRACK���2p. m.  Consolation,   Running-,   half    mile.  Purse $150.  Consolation,   trot   or   pace.     Purse  $100.  Both of above events are open only  to horses which have not won first or  second money at this meeting.    Post_  entries, free.  CONCITIONS  FOK  HORSE JCACES.  Entries in all events close   with the  secretary, Board of Trade rooms, June  30  at 6 p. tn.      Entrance fee five per  cent of purse with  five per cent additional from monpy winners.   In all  _ races four to enter and  three to start.  All purses divided 70,  20 and 10 per  cent.   A horse distancing the field entitled to first money only.  ���     The association reserves the right of  ^Changing   the   order  of  any   race if  fl. A. KING & CO.  must  reduce their  large  stock   of  OFFICE SUNDRIES.  Thev  offer Brrgains  ���in���  Shannon Files,  Blank Books,  Inks of all kinds,  Typewriter Paper,  Writing Materals.  H. A. RING & CO.  Jtl.i OR E  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The  largest   hotels  and finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WEILERR0S.  VICTORIA. B. C.  Xawooooo<h><**><><><><>^^  GAUNGE   WICKWIRE  Can sell you  a lot for a home in any part of town.  Can lend you money to build a home on easy terms.  Can insure your home in any ofthe following first-class Companies :  atlas, guardian;  phenixof  brooklyn,  PHQENIX:OFt;  HARTFORD,  NATIONAL OF  IRELAND.  THEY AS0 DO A BIT;  OF  LIFE,  FIDELITY,  ACCIDENT,  PLATE GLASS AND  STEAM BOILER  INSURANCE.  ROYAL,  UNION,,  NORTHERN,  CANADIAN,  CONNECTICUT,  LONDON AND  LANCASHIRE,  > 'i  Ol!  0000<XK>0000000<KX)0000000^$00000000000000<X)000000<>000��0<>000000000^^  <>OOOK>00<><>0<X>0<>000<>C>0^^  -'*.*..' i ' '    *"'���'-'; "^"iCI5-,'  THE PIONEER WEEKLY OF THE  BOUNDARY DISTRICT.  i'- : '  THE BOUNDARY CREEK  ....Greenwood, 0  ti  THE   BOUNDARY   CR13EK' 'TnviKS.  Disastrous Fire.  CHURCH OF ENGLAND.  Cariboo  Hotel   Destroyed  at  Camp  McKinney-  Camp McKinney, B.C., June4, 1902.  The Cariboo hotel was destroyed by  fire this morning. The inmates were  aroused by smoke coming from the  basement, shortly after two o'clock,  and the progress of the fire was so  rapid that few escaped with little more  than their night clothes, some being-  rescued by getting, .ou.t of .the front  windows by means ot" d ladder.' One  man'.in jumping out -broke-cthe small  bone^.in his foot. There was much  clothing and considerable,,monejr.Jqst.  It'^-uld appear that "the' fire" brigiri-  ated>lin  the basement,, where the^fur-  <*)<*' ei>'��   ^     *   t' '..   ���*���* <������ J *"��'^ '"  nace :,is. The proprietor stated that  ever^hing was alrightyyheiLhe retired  at 10? o'clock and that there Had been  sio fire in the furnaceisince^fiye'ojclock  in the afternoon. Fortunately there  was/but little wind'and what .there' was  ���was >fblo wing* away from the town,  otherwise a large portion'sof���**. the '.business Houses and the Cariboo buildings  would have been wiped .out.  MrlCMcAuley. is., a * heavy .-loser,, the  building- being insured for only $2,500,  while,..,.the .cost�� of .it- .and ~d urn iture  amounted to $9,500. A large quan tity  of liquor was also destroyed.  BOUNDARY LINE.  The /Bishop of* tliu Diocese will hold a confirmation service'in St.Jude's Hall <m Sunday  June 15th, at 7:30 p. in.  The services next Sunday, June S, will be as  usual. The subject of the sermon in the evening will be "The Caronation Service" its nicaii-  itijLir and history.  W. F. O'Hara of Ottawa was at the  Imperial this week arranging his party  for the continuation of the work of  redefining the boundary line. He has  quite a large party with him. Several  weeks will be spent in this locality and  then the party will go to the vicinity  of Sheep creek. Mr. O'Hara's party  includes R. A. Dsdy,_geologist and Mr.  McCucn a^naturaiist;:::: ,..,:,:zy. .*.,.:.-,:,;;;... ~r.  A. F-, & A- n-  . D. Wilson inspector of public schools  and a past grand master of the masonic order will pay the local lodga' A.  F., & A. M.,Jan official-visiteonsSatur-  day June 14. "All membfers and ;yisit-  ing brothers arie��-requestedsptp^ be'  present. Last evening "Qrf Westwood*  and T. A. Sinclair of -Grand Forks  were present at the meeting of the  lodge,     .  CARD OF THANKS  Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Parker desire to  -,*>-  thank friends for their assistance  during their recent sad bereavement  and for the floral tributes and numerous expressions of sympathy.  H. J. Scott provincial manager of  the Hamilton Powder cotttpany and  Geo. C. Tunstalli:Jr.fthe Nelson repre-  senative of the? same ^-company^registered at the-Armstrong this week. :i>  W. G.   Gaunce "returned   yesterday  -from--Seattle ^accompanied^^byL^his.  daughter who will spend a short  time  here.  0<>00<X>00<XH>0<><K>0<XK>OiOb:0<K>b-  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCMKXX^O  ..auditorium! -  PROF. PARSES  exhibition CO.  OnesBigbtOnly  Auditorium -- Greenwoo  FRIDDAY; JUNE 13.  The Laughing Coniedy Sensation  BACK FROM FERRIS, j  Geo. Pout-diony, secretary of the Green wood  .Miners' Union returned  from Fernie ihis week. !  He is also president of ihe district as-'oeiation j  of the   Western   federation  of .Miners  and in !  this  capacity  was kept busy relioviii-^ distress j  and looking* after the interests  of those alTceiod !  by   tin:  terrible disaster.     He states   that   the :  Milters' Union will insist upon :i ritfid investi>r- j  atioit into the cause of the accident and from all |  indications the govern mom are anxious to hav  j  sueh au inquiry.   Two practical men have  sent from Nanaimo by the f**overuiueiu to assist  inspector Dick.  W.'Midin MoAtin i:is,- editor' of the  riiiiido:! t**;i v.stivak i.s** a tour of  th*: ]j'.)i!ni.Ui!"v country.  COURT CONCLUDES.  Mi*. Justice Wallcoui duriii(.rliiSi ten (lay slay  hi Greenwood was Icopl busy with the Humorous  cjises that came before him for adjudication, lie  \yas'well pleased with the, manlier in "which the  business of the court was conducted, The  learned judu*e highly* complimented Registrar  McMynn nnd Deputy Slieriff Eluius for their  tfood worlc and prompt attention dnriitj.** tlie  sittings There is������some chambers.wo.rl: >e; *..*>  conic before the -judtre. He will lilioly yet away  the first of next week.  ... R... A, C. McNally,. the Rossland  represcriativc of the Jas. Cooper Mfir-  Co,, was in the city this week,  Jas. Dale is  Fork.       ���      ���  down   from   Uie   \Ye.--t  A   Roaring,    Rollicking,    Screaming  Comedy with an interesting plot, tip-to  date specialties. .-���    .  Prices, 50.a lid 75 Cents.,..,.. ..  Seats ���" on ;;; sale, ��� at White's Drug Store,  corner'TCopper and Greenwood Stsi.  YOUNG  m.A  This celebrated horse will stand"  for the season at  Teims foi the seasoni.^lO'.'OO or will'  nsure for SlO,0O if paid for in .'advance  money  to  be returned' if marc iidt in  foal. .. ,  Pasturage S-5.00 a month.  Young G.^M. Patchen, Jr., is a  bright bay with black points. Stands  16 hands high aiid*weighs 1286 pounds.  : The pedigide of this horse can be  seen by applying to the undersigned.  YEB. kirby;  tama  ���SIDLEY, B. C.  MINERAL ACT  .....,,, Certificate, of Improvements.-  notice.  GOLD  BUG   Ko. 2 Miuera-  claim; situate in  the Kettle  Kiver  Miniuu*  Division of Yale  ���Distiict.  Wliere located : In Dead wood cam]).  .'PAKE N'.lTlOK thai I Sydney M. Johnson  ���- X' y-aetintr as .'i-,'eiil I'or Chris McDoiu-'.i, Erce  Miner's ceriilicate .No. J!42i'iiW and Thomas W.  Stack, Eree. Miller's certiiicate No. U42431. iu-  leiid.'si.vty days from the. dale hereof, to apply  to the Miuiiij/ recorder for a certiiicate ol iin.  proveineuts, for the purpose ot* olnaint.:*.r a  crown Grant of the. above claim.  Aud further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certiiicate of Improvements.  Dated this 20th dav of Mav. A. I). l'>t>2.  ' .SYDNEY M. JOIIXSOK.  1'lrst insertion itav 23.  -���MINERAL ACT-' '-.  Certificate of Imcrovemeitts.  NOTICK  I(EROY. .JA'AZiK and W1NEDOT .Mineral  Claims, situate iu the ICetlk: Miver Miniiitr  division of Yale district,  AVlierc located : In Deadivood camp abmu  three quarters of a mile Xorlh west of lite  aioilior Lode niine.  TAKE NOTICIi tliMt IfSydney M. Jolmsoii,  actiiij; as airent for-3v. IT.- Shaw. 1'iv.e  Miner's'certiiicate No. lMO-17'i ami I. d. Crau-niu.  Vtea Miner's (:ertiiic,**.:.e N"o. r..;0;t'-.U  sixty daysiromt'lio dale liereol,.to apply !-.��� iloi  'Miu'ii).' Kecorder for certliic.i'.es of "inpro ���-  meiits, for the pernor., ot* nl.-.aini-Df ci--;1.-.*!!  ifrants of tlie above claim1-.  And   furilier   take   liotice  aclion. uinier  soctinn  37, must   b*j  c��:r.HK-.ii*i-i!   b.-for,.-   the in-  stmuce of sm-li cerlificau-sof i inproviMiienis.  Dated thislolh dav of m:lv. l*i'>2.  SVlWIvY M, JDIINSOM.  b'irstinsertion.May ,3j. '.     .  MINERAL-ACT  Certificate of improvements.  NOTICK.     .  IN'DBili*:NDBXcK Mineral' c.k'iiiu.sitnate in llio  Tj^MleVifiAuf .Mining* Division, Yale District  Yvhere'located : In copper camp iwljoiuinj.--  tho copper in iue. ... ���       ...  TAKE NOTICU that I. Clive Prin-fle. Kree  ji in it's certificate No. 1M0.11+. intend  sixty days fvoni-tlie; date hereof to ii]ip!y in the  Mining Kecorder Un* a certiiicate of improvements for the purpose 'of -obtaiiiin-^- c'ro'-.u  of the above claim.  ��� And-ft: rther-.tal-se^. notice-til iH-^actiou-^tjidi-r.  section  37  must be commenced   befoie  the :-*,-  suance of such ceriilicate of improvements,  Dated this lOih dav of Mav. A.D. l')02.  .'..������        CUVK PRIM(II..'*',.  i First insertion May 23rd.  MJ?iERAL ACT.  "Certificate   of *s;nbroveineiits.  X ���'���/!'K'.'.*'.-  j'lT.fL'IS, ;<Ei.L!l",  ai:.I   May,-  Mineral ���Claims,  .-���iiuated iu *'.hi-Kettle Kiv,-r i-liuin;;*  Division  of Yale. District.  ���Where located : Koii.i to Dry Creek and  Spiuieev-.s rroieh. aV)-.��iO. tiiree miles from the.  town of.Anaconda.  '"pAKE XOTiC" tisat we. John X. Greden.  A Xichola *, Tholl. Donald o. -McLaren aud  William C J;cMviiii, I*"ree Miners CeriiOeates  :V'S.-IHiWO., !'.!UiV.!7. 11415.13, CMowil* respectively,  iiili-ud sixty days from lite date hereof, to apply  I" tlie Mininir Ker.ordtM* for- CevtHicates of Ini-  1'rovemeiit.s. foi* the purposei of .obtaining  Crown {'. rants of Ihe above claims. - -  A nd further take notice 'tliat.* action. Under  section 37. must be commenced before Ihe isT  suance of siu-h tA-n\ Ih-.-ites of tiiiprr>veitieuts  Haled this.lCth dayol' April,'A.. r).*,19*)'.2*     '���;  Job.t!-7*%. ("livden, Nieholr.s Tholl, Donald   n. .-uc-  Laren, Yi'm. Ci. :'!CMyiiu,.  S0CIETJES.  S^ig^    BOUMOAUV VALLEY   LODGE  ~*:.&:<~ no. 38, i. o.o. f.  Meets every Tuesday Evcninjr at S.00 iu  their  lodire rootn'at'Masonic Hall.     A  cordial invitation is extended to all sojouruin*.' bretherii.  1\kki> 1��,, N'.tl.   W. JS. Kritii, Keo.Scc.  ,,;-A^KERAL ACT '* ;"'    =*..v;.  Certificate of Irn;oroveinents,  .*,;*.;-.   *;   ...   .NOTICK-,; ���,'.:���.*.. :.   . ;; - ;.    ��� ;-  IKOKSIDKS  -���FRACTION-.-'. .Mineral    Claim,  situaie iu the. Kettle kiver Miuiii*!* Division  '���-'    of Ya'.e Disirict.  Where located :    In   G reeuwood camp.west  of tiauner Mineral claim.' -.'������'  "P^AKr. 'NO'riCf'i.'.liat I Sydney M'. Johnson  i. r.i-i as r.e-e,nl f���r Alex' W. Dotiylas,  If ree -Miner's O.rii iie-.ite S<To. K40491, iufeiidj  sixty days from the ^inte Iiereof, to apply, lo the  Miniiij>* Kccririler for a Certiiicate ol Iniprovements. ft,r vl-.e purpose of obtain ing* a Crown  Grant of the abov,. tdaim. '.   ~  And ftVvther take notice iliaiactton,1 under  section 37, commenced before the issuance of such 'Certificate, .^f Iniprovements.  Dateathis '2Istdav of Mav. A. IX, i'?(>2.  .. SYDSIjy M-. JOHNSON.  Ii'irs't insertion Mav 23rd.  /VUHESUL.ACT.  'v-ercirica  of improvemerifs,  . NOTICK.  "L"' Kraciion   Mineral "Claim ' situaie   in  the  KelticICiver M"<iiiit;/* Divisieii of Yale  Dis ���  trict.,  WhereXocated : camp.  ���"PARK   NOTtCI-:  titat" 1, Joint  P. McLeoti.  J.      Free  Miner's   Certiiicate' Jii).   I1400S7 as  airent  fur  Pltiii-.i    S.   Siaitliope. Free Miner's.  Certilicate Xn. H405I**; and  Rocrer O'Hara Free  Miner's Certi ficate "Xo. 1>31MW>,iutend.stxt'v'days.  from   Hie tlate hereof, to apply  to the Mining-*  l\*ecor(ler for a Certiiicate of Improvements, for  the ]*:urpose of obtaining a Crown (Irant of the  ribovi-. cl;;i*,u; ' ^      '..*  .\nd  further i.aice notice that action,  under  section   37.   imisi  be  commenced before the issuance of sucli Certi Hca'te of iuiprovenuiius,  i     Dated this 30ih dav of April, A. D.WD3.  !   ��� ���"���.������-   J. P. McLEOD.  MONDAY, JUIE 9th,  8:30 p- tn.  ADMISSION 50 cts, GALLERY 25 cts  . NUFF SAID.  What Others Say:  Grand Forks, Juue 2nd.��� AA  Our large'bpera house" with seating*  capacity of 500 would not accommodate  the large audience .that came to see  Prof. Parkes Co., exhibition.  Nelson Miner, May 28th.���       ,    .  Fully 500 people attended the exhibi-';  tion of Prof. Parkes -Co., -and were  nell satisfied.  The Moving Picture Exhibition  given by Prof. Parkes Co., was greeted with a crowded house and it was  certainly the best we have seen here.  The views were splendid. Sloean  Drill, May 23rd.  Prof. Parkea Co., gave the best  Panoramic Kinetoscopic Picture show  that has ever struck catnp. New Denver Ledge.  Prof. Parkes Co., comes well recommended By the press of the country.  Kamloops Standard.      ;.;.-. ,-*.  Prof .Parkes proved to be an   artist.  worthy of the highest praise.   Victoria  Colonist.  oo<xxxxx>o<K><><><>o<>c><><><><><><><><><>  OOOOOOOOOCK>000<><><>CKXX>CK>0<K>  ���'���C:*':;*rv*j*~      ..'        "  ':   . DStWCGH  e."a: small <��l cors.  "'*.:.. :' "'*:' c '-'" '.-'������.*  and the, clothing pro-  diiced by other makers,  Certificate' of ImsfOvetnetiits."  notici:.,  'ilKLKS'''. "TiXlh OPTITE LAKE".'"GLAS  i;OW  f'KAvTIOy*,. V.i*.i;SF.;i()R:'. "PAN-  NV.11,.[������!���;.aCI.HOI-;" and "TK1 L'OI)   KRAC.'  i'Ii.:?C" ���'.-" in. *r;s i. -Claims,    situated'    in   the  . Ki I.L'e .;-;i ������*:������.' Mie.i*,i;r   l'!i*.*i-doii   of   Vale'���District,    \Y!>���,��� re !.���.,:;'!-.:���' :    T". Central camp.  -PAKE -:OVie!\ *.Ijat I. t:-..i:;*ii-. 1.T. Hallett, as  1      a-fout   ,'er  tlie.  !*���!(;.  7   Miuinjr Ci.mtpauv*,  I'ree    .*���-;: i.'-.-1 'f*.   O; *U:ieale   No.   J-MOt'-'jO,   Intend  iixty d;..\;; ���from dav; iiereof.  to  apply  lo the  Nrini,*!*/ Hi-.wi!i: fei*_  Certilicates of jniprova-  n-.entH.   for llio 'perpose'or <ibtaiiii.Hj,''.  Crown  ;; rati !.-;.���.>( l;ii alidce claims. ';.'���'  ,\-.<d riirl'ier t.i':e' .iiiat  acli'onP,* under  ieciion S7,   ii!ii**f  be coniineiie.ed   before (lie is-  ;������,:'.:;,.*'.*nf soc'i Cei'tilic;".;-.^ ol' Improvements.  UiU'd tl-i-? Hill day ofAtirii, A." D'. V)Q2     .:-.  .Iiu-I. ������.'.���:���������        l. H. HAlv'LETT.  MINERAL ACT- ...  ': ' '"a. '���-*'  'Certificate of Improvements. .-  Nviricii. '.-���.'���'  S'l'.   BUliKXB    I-'rnciional;  MitteraV   claim.  sitn.'^te in tlie K'.'l'le i-iiver IMiniiii,*" Division  of Vale I'islrict. *'���'���.'���'"'  Wlie.ieloe.iied : In Deadwood camp ad-join-  imt* ilie "Itntcliei lidv'J and*-"St_. tawrerice.  """ Trri iieral ^l':u"nf*=;7w"^"s^=^^r^~~"iI"*a*ai" "*"'"-  '-pAKK XOTIC!*; that I; Clive Prin*,**le, Free  X Miner's Ceriilicate No. I!40;;i4, Airent for  Louis I f), Free Minor's Certiiicate No,  l-l-i-l-!*-'-';, mid I. Wobert .iacobs Free Miner's  Ccr'-ilioati: So. i;,-**'****.**.. itileud sixty days front  tlie datuiiereof. lo apply to tlie Jliit.iug Kecorder  loia Certiiicate of TniproVyr.ic.iils, forllie. pur-*  pose of obtainin.'r a croivu jrrmit of the above  claim.  And  furtlier  l.aicc notice that action,  under  section  ?7, commenced before the is-  snaiiceol' cevtiiicaie of iniiiro-.-eiiionts.  Daieit this 2nd dav of May, A. ��.. l')C2.  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  Kolire is hereby Hiveii that liie partnership  heretofore snbsistinir bel*->veen the iui(ler.sij;*iied,  carrying* on business at I)endv.*ood, B.C. as  Hotel lieepers, under the name, style and Hrm  of ilarlnian & Henderson is this day dissolved  by ni ii dial,  Tlie iiiic!er>itrned JameH Henderson will continue the l;'.'.--iii'.*:-s end will pay ail debts due by  the liri-i of Ilartij'.an A.*. HeiidersDii and all ac-* ov.'i-.i;:-ihe s.dd iirin are. to be paid to the  said James lieiid"!**-.oii.  r,\,*..��:il.   V.. 'A.,   thi:;  -Htll-dUV o  .Onted   at  M.i... A. I v..  Vviiness :  J?:    ^-  tr -    -'Kv     irim^-y-.-.     .**/     ^  I   f&m';. ;   ...  Hj;'.;���:}" <���������.>���-���-. ..->*.--' wa !*-..'!>  Coftificr.te  This label in trie left'hand pocket  is your guarantee.  n.u/r  tli-;"i:t'et'i  oi<u-v. :'-,[-  liie    |Mrp.r  the :'i...v.   .  And    l"i:r  ;>aied tli  .10UK IIATI*?MAN  JAM UK HI-IcTDI.-iRSON.  .".f.iXHir.AN.  of I;�� prove uie nt-  \<)'VUA'A.  lertll  i ! i*  on-  . i; -i  *i* taii  m-,1. b  h C>'-*1  ���Hi da  t  v.n-1 :  John )  cm  l;vi  \   :-. i i  'a-iUi  i   1 :<���   ot  , -; i i: i: t :,  :*   iKtiie  ���'.pnl  .1. ;  in situate in the  ii.,ii of Yale. Dist-  Copper tlinnp.  J. !'. Myers-Cray  -od.\-, l-'rei: Miners  -, --i.\!y (biys from  Uie Miniii-r  Kec-  iijirovei'.u.nis    for  C.iowi!   (Irailt of  lj;*.t   r.cti-nt   nnder  ced   !>:;i*oi-�� the is-  ni-.-roveiuenls.  , I'.iG.  MYKRS-CKAY.  Is  E. A. Small &.Co. are founders in tlie DommioD  of' Tailor jMades."    '��� Jleacly lo Wear."'  There is nothing' in Cannda to-day .equal to  Ai.  :iu:.  z+r-  -S    5?  - ,.  !i.*AJ���.k:J *.Ji^-   aJ^J a,:. ^.,*.  It's up-to-date'Style, F't, and Finish; ae^onnt io\  the 'Iar;<e and iiiefeasing demand thr.>r*gJiuut the  WJioie country'.  ; "no:-' .ni  i-hr.u*.*  I C.'inpai*, v.  ! Xo.     il.*'*i,'.  Iv A L  cf Ir  A'.."TI'  AC  prove cient.  ne.ral.   C'P-im,  Miria-r Divi-  lo.jated:   In  hi:  Cop  ���rtint  for Salr*y P. llio george f ��  GREENNV/00D, B. C.  Liie  ,:*il-.r  the  "   the  .t,i:tt.  MINBRACACT.  Certificate of Improvements  *   ��� NOTICE.  CLYDESDALK    and     MODNTAIK    LION  Mineral eiaims situate in   the Kettle Kiver  Mininjr Division ofYiilc District.  Where located :    In Deadwood camp.  TAKE NOTICK that ], John  Robert Brown.  Free. Miner's Ceriilicate No. JMOOSS, as a-jcnl  for David  A. Good, -Free  Miner's   Certificate  Nbr~ B-40451,-   intend-   sixty   days    from     tlie  date hereof, to apply  to tlie tu'miiif*  recorder  for a ccrtijicales of improvements.for the purpose y  obuunin-,'*   crown  frraiils of  the above  claim .  .'*;  ....   -',        ,;.   j.^';.';. ',* .":���������  And furtlier take  notice that action, tinder  section 37, must be.cominenced before the  issuance of'sucli certificate of improvements.**;*  ^  ' Dated this 2ud Any of April, d'JQ:.     ���   r.    :: ;'  ���'���?'r--~"::      ". J. R-BROVVN.;  MINERAL   ACT.  .Certificate^ of Improvement.  .     . -'���'��� ;   NOTICE: ' *  TIGER   Mineral  Claim, situate in the Kettle  River Mining Division of Yale District.  Wlioro located : ;.-Ini.:Boaver i.Caijlpi   West  *. Fork of. Kettle Rivev.  TAKE NOTICE that..!, John P. McLeod, .  Free Miner's Certificate! No. ! I5-401-S7, as  agent for^AVilliam M-' Latv, Free Miner's  Certiiicate No.**. ..*-^141382, ,, .intend . sixty  dnys from the: diite hereof to, apply-to,.tho  Mining* .fteco'nlorfor tv Certificate of Improve-'  monlsfor Uie purpose of olrtaining u Crown  Grnul of tho above claim . ..-....'..  And further tii-lce noti.iio that uetiou, uuder  fioclion 37, must" be coiiimenood : before' tlio  issuance of sucli Certi".,^uto of Improvement..  Dated-lliis. 20tb day. oCFe.bruar.v, A. D., 1902.   .;  Mar. 27���May.27.'.;v. .;,".; 'J...P. McLEOD,....  '     MINERAVACT.:"  *  CERTIFICATE   OF  IMPROVEMENTS.;  KOTICE.    . .' '-:'  HOMESTAK-B Mineral elaini-situated'-'in-'the *  Kettle.   Hirer   Miuiiij***.   Division,    of    Yale  *    District. :'''���������"-. ���  ' ���.  AVltcre located : In Davtoit .camp, adjoin-'.,  tntr the War Ea-jle claim;** L.* 1879.;.-*- .'.:'.--  TAKE.NOTICE.Hiat.I, Svdney M. Johnson',.  Free' Miner's Certificate No. 71S120, for self aiid  as airent ��� for AliisleV Me-rraw," Free "Miner's!  Certificate No. 11303+9 and* S.. G.- -'Deletion  Free; Mi it e.r?s Certificate. >To.; B37S25, .intend ,  sixty days' from the dale hereof, to' apply  lo the Mining" Recorder for Certilicates "of Im-*  provements. forthe purpose'of obtain'tiiR* Crown of the. above c'.a'uit. *.-..,      *   ���,'���!/      ..  Aud furtlier take notice that action," under  fcectioti .37,- must bu commenced before the'is-,  suance of such Certificate of Imjirove.uients.  Dated this 22tid dttvof March 1902.'-:���-  MINERAL A,Cq.>.1900.���,,'.���;:.;,';;.VV:-*  Certificate of Improvements.  -. !.IfOTIC.K* , '* :���'.'.';,'  MYRTLE Mineral Claim, situate inthekeltle"  River Miuiiij? Division of Yale District. ; -���'  Where, locnteil :    In Dayton camp, adjoin-,  in-/ tin: l-U.unesin'.ce niiue'ralclaim.'   -.-:."���   .���:���-.  TAKE NOTICE that 1. Sydney M. Johnson,  Free Miner's Certificate. No. li. S120 for self iiiid  as airent for Aim-lev Megraw,' Free : Miner's  Certiheaie. Ko. .3131)3-19. and Uu-crli MejrrawEree'  Miner's Certiiicate. No 1130341, intend sixty days  from', the elate, hereof. * to apply to the Mining*  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for,  the. purpose of oblainiiifi* a Crown Grant of the;  above claim;' ���������'��� ";*.';   ''* '��� ���' *!: ���     .-���      ���������"-.  And  further take  notice that action, under  section 37, must be coiiimenced before the*is-",  suance of such Certi ficate of Impro vemeu ts.  Dated this22nd day of March,* 1902. >  Mineral Act 1896.  ^CERTIFICATE OF IMPR0VEWENT.Q.' . '  NOTICE.    ���'*  DON'T KNO"\\", Minerai Claim, situated in the  Kettle "River. Miii'ii!***:   Division    of    Yale  District.-' -.- ,;    '      ">��� ���'.���-'*  AVlierc Located : '���'   Smith's, -camp, '..* near  Bouudary Kails. -.' -AA.'  TAKE NOTICE Hint we, Geo, R'. N2den,  Eree'Miuer'.s Certificate 'No.;.416SSB, and  Sydney * M.* Johnson. .Free*'. Miner's Certificate No.. S120D intend sixty  days from the; date hereof to'���apply: to the  iin i u in j?���recorder���-f or-ja: certi-licaie- of -d mprove-=-  nieiit for tlie purjiose of��� obtaitiinjr a crown  If rati t for above claim.* :;'��� ;.  '���*;  And further take notice that action   under  cection 37 lnust/be-coiiiijieiiced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements  .   .'Dated this. 15th dav of February, A. D.,  1902.  ���"'"_    MINERAL >CT.*     '  Certificate, of Improvements.  .u".   ;.'   NOTICE.     '...'.'..*    -'���-':.  "No. 2" and "Xo. 3" Mineral Claims  situate  in  ilte Kettle River 'Milling-; Division of Yale  In   Crow Point Camp ou  District.'  ,  Wherelocatod  James.Creek.  TAKE KOTICE 7. Isaac 11. Hallett,  as ajjeut for John Douglass, Free Miner's  Certiiicate No. 40253. James Alv.-ood, Free-  Miner's Certificate No. It-IO.lio, Arthur N. Pelly,  Free'Miner's Certi ficate No. ���1518275* aud Gerald  T. tlodsrson, Free Miner's Certiiicate No. I3404'��O  intend sixty days from the date hereof, lo apply  to ttte Miniiii*-Recorder forj Certificates of Iniprovements, for the purpose of obtaiiiiu-r a  Crown G ranis of the above claims.  And further lake notice tiiat action uuder  section 37, must lie commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Iniprovements.  Dated this 4th dav of April. A. D., 1902.  1. II. HALLETT.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To  Geortre D. Edwards, and to any person  or persons to wfiuiii lie. may  have transferred his  interests in the "Uncle Ram'' mineral claim  dnd  ������First Chance"   mineral   claim, both  situate in SL-.vlark Camp Iu the Ketlle Rivur  Miniu***-^Division  0f  Yale District, British  Columbia  Yon are hereby noiilied that I have caused to  be   expended  *?2l)5.CK) to hold   the  said mineral  claims  under  tit';   Mineral   Act,  that  the proportion you should contribute for your undivided one-liiird ir.lerest in each of the above claiui3  is ;0S,33. and i f wit bin ninety days from' the first  publication-of   this  notice you fail or refuse-to  contribute the said sum of S0S.33,   which is mnv  due. with all costs of advertising*, your interest  in each of thesaid mineral claims "willbecomc  the property of me,  Hie   undersigned, one c,f  your co.oM-i'.ers. under section four of au Act  entitled  the   "Miueral   Act  Amendment  Act,  VMO."  Dated  at  Greenwood,  B.  C. the 25th dav of  March, A. D.. V.'02.  EMANTJELE PASTRONE  MINERAL   ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  AHEKOEEN  Mineral claim, situated   in   the  Kettle Kiver Min'rasr Division of Yale District.    VV1; ere located:    In Copoer camp.  '"PAKE NOTIE  that  w. John   D. Norrish.  i      Free  Miner's C ertificate No.  1541333, A.  E. Crus-*.. Free Miner's   crlilicale No ntOoOS and  Loins   Uryai-t.   Free   Miners   Certificate     No.  ].M'.ij.25 MiU'iid. six* v ilays from  the date heref f  ; to apoly  to  niinir.-r recorder  for a certi"  ! ca'e of improve.i:i;i:ts for 'be -j;:i ;>ose t,t obtai  i iny* !;-���'.! iu of the above claim.  i     And   f-.irther  take   '.ti'tice Th;it ;*,c-ion. under  j section 37,  must be commenced  before Ihe   *  suance or .-:h:*h noilficlte of iniorovcmenis.  Dated this 26tlt dav of April: A. D.. 1902.  / THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  .>  <  I  1  &  I  #       *       ���*       ��       #        #        ��S  ���58  at  I  1  IS TO SUIT OUR  CUSTOMERS. . .  We sell goods  That They Want  at prices they want  and  When They Want  i  i  .#B- YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND  US READY TO DO BUSINESS  ��� -.iii;;���;;$raze.e'  Grocery and Bakery. j��  Wallace-Miller Block,  Copper Street,  GR_NWOOD, B;C,  ������;" '  tlie omission is not very material.  Still, had section 11 been followed, the  mistakes which are evident in subsections (a) mid (b) of section 1 of the  bylaw, would not have occurred. For  instance, by sub-section (a), a clothier  titay not keep his shop open later than  7 p. m. Whereas, it is provided in subsection (b) that any shop wherein the  business of a tailor is carried on may  be kept open till 8 p. ni. Now it is  well known that many large clothiers'  aud dry g*oods establishments have  tailors connected with them, either as  partners or employes. Hence under  sub-section (b), the tailor might insist  upon keeping either of the establishments open until 8 p.- tn., and thus  defeat the main object of the bylaw.  In addition to this defeat sub-section  (b is invalid asit makes a discrimination which gives tailors, who sell  clothing, an advantage over dry goods  and clothing firms who deal in the  same article. :  Again, the conviction is bad as it  fails to state the specific offence for  for which the defendant was convicted.  I am informed that: the offence was  selling groceries after 7 p. ni. The  statute allows the information to be  drawn up in the general terms employed in the conviction as descriptive  of the offence; but it fails to say, and I  think very properly so, that those  general terms may be also used iii   the  conviction. It is a cardinal principal  of criminal law that convictions,  whether by Magistrates or the higher  courts, should state the exact offence  for which the offender has been convicted.  The result is that both the conviction and the bylaw must be quashed;  but as the defence in the case is without merit, and the defendant's conduct  reprehensible, I shall rot award him  any costs. The order to be made  should also contain a provision protecting the Police Magistrate against  legal proceedings as sometimes follow  quashed convictions.  Walkem. J.  (The learned Judge complimented  the counsel and solicitors in "the case  on the able manner in which it had  been argued).  ^mmnmmmmmimmmmmfmm  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  ��� a  Bank of Montreal.  Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000,  Rest.  ..$8,000,000.  President.   Lord Sthathcona and Mount Koval,  Vice-President:   Hon. George A. Drvmhokd.  General Manag-er :   E. S Clouston,  Branches in London, Eng. ��� {CuL*1npl��5iSU -New York/Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling* Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any part[of the -world.  Greenwood Branch,     F.J. FINUCANE, Manager.  ���**=2  **%  _  I��e9  **%  pimMMMMMMMMwmmmmmmmMM  Dominion Express  Orders sold  and  cashed at Smith & McRae's.  SHIPPING    RESUMED  The B. C, mine will begin shipping  to the* Greenwood smelter next week.  A contract has been entered into under  which the mine undertakes to supply  120 tons daily to -the smelter. There  are several thousand tons of ore on the  dump and as operations have been  resumed at the mine shipments are  likely to be permanent.  V  SUPREME COURT  Continued from Pajje 1.  act, put in operation within two weeks  after it was passed, the fact being- that  five weeks elapsed before it was published or promulgated.  (2) That the council failed to provide'in the bylaw for the closing of  shops'in. which two or more trades or  classes of business are'carried'on; and  that it was therefore invalid in view  of section 11 of the act. That section  is :-������*,...'_ ', .*..        ...���'.-..  '���A shop-in which trades two or more  classes are carried on shall be closed  for the purpose of all such trades at  the hour at which it is , by any such  bylaw required to .be closed for the  purpose of .that one _ of, such trades  which is the principal trade carried on  in the shop."  (3) That the expression "legal day"  ' in paragraph  3 rendered    the   bylaw  invalid by reason of uncertainty as   to  the meaning of that term.  - ���(4) ^That'the-failure'to-prove^publi-  cation of the bylaw was fatal to it.  (5)* That the shops regulation act  and bylaw both interfere with ''the  J regulation of. trade and commerce",  which is a subject that is placed under  the exclusive control of the parliament  of Canada; by section 91 of the British  North American act.  Tbe last objection may, as a matter  of convenience, he first disposed of.  In the case of the Citizen's Insurance  Co., vs Parsons, 5 App. Cas., 98, the  House of Lords hold that the term  "regulation of trade and commerce"  meant political arrangements in regard  to trade requiring the sanction of  parliament, such as the regulation of  trade   and matters of inter-provincial  concern, and ;..a general regulation  of trade effecting the whole Dominion   .but not the power of regulating the contracts of a particular  business or trade in any province so as  to coflict or . compete with its power  over property and civil rights, or matters of a merely local nature which has  been assigned to its legislative control  by section 92 of the British North  American Aet. It will thus be seen  that the shops regulation act, dealing  as it does with matters of a purely  local-nature, is within the legislative  authority of this province, and is therefore constitutional.  Next, I consider there is nothing in  the objection that the bylaw was not  put in operation withinthe two weeks  mentioned in the shops regulation act.  The omission of the council in this  respect is a mere irregularity for the  provision with respect to time is directory aud not imperative.  The objection that the term "le^al  day" might be misleading is untenable  as it is well understood that it means  from midnight to midnight ie 24hours.  With respect to the other objection,  namely that there was nothing in the  bylaw in connection with the provision suggested in section 11 of the act  as above quoted, I need.only  say  that  THE BEST BEER IN*TOWN IS MADE BY  PORTMAN  & PORTMAN  Proprietors  ASK FOR  :yk^m  -��������� :^m^  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only'Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  THE CANADIAN RAM QFflMERCE  With Which js Incorporated.the  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  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COMPI'E?FE^EKiEJ?DusrmENTS 1  S^     Agents For The Bullock Dlamonl DriUs. ��__��__, stock CARRIED IN ROSSLAND. ^j  g R. _ g. nunally, Kossland, B. e. 3 THE BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  i  We are prepared to do your  DEVELOPING, PR1TING and MO _t_C  and guarantee to you in every instance  only  HRST-CLASS WORK  Our facilities for ffivin? the test results are unequalled in the  ��� Boundary.  Complete Line of Photo Supplies and Eastmen Kodaks.  Dominion Express Orders Sold and Cashed.  Smith &  BOOKS, PAPERS, PHOTO-SUPPLIES, ETC.  From South Africa.  Interesting'Letter From one of the  Greenwood Boys.  R; K'fStevens has received a. very  interesting ;}ett<Srf*otn John Meklejohn  who left Greenwood for South Africa  some time ago. The letter was Avritteii  at Klerlcsdorp on April 18th. Extracts  are given below :��� ' c,  *-.-#}%   We got into this camp the  day b^re yesterday and I was pleased  indeeS to hear from you.   I.retaiLed tlie  news vt'contained to the  other Greenwood-boys   and    they    were   keenly  appreciative.   *   *   *.  We have been  ���workiiig very hard since coming-   to  this -district, being kept constantly 011  the march', sleeping out in the  cold  and wet, sometimes without blankets  and very Soften with short   rations.  The hardships  have   already   weeded!  out all/those men 'who are unfit for the |  life ahd:the work is certainly   deadly  to the horses.   Two horses ha re died  with  me from over-riding,   and it is  safe to saythere are few horses I will  not kill'if wef continue to have as many  long rides.   The first one which died  with me was on a midnight gallop of  fifty Smiles or   so -which    was   made  across country, :,my horse  played out.  and was unable to "go further, so  after  the column had passed me I had to kill  it.   It was half moonlight  and  I  had  no.idea of the direction where our men  had gone,   I was  alone there  ori the  veldt-in a part infested by  Boers,  and  ^r~cbttid~ here -the- cracking -of��� their-  Mauiers behind  me,��'as  they sniped  and captured other stragglers so I can  tell you I would have been more easy-  . minded If in   Greenwood  for a while,  ���I dodged everything  suspicious  however  and  after a twelve    mile   walk  joined.the column as they were making  a capture of some thirty Boers and 800  cattle.   I got another horse and  m ade  camp.with. them., After that advent'ire  we had other marches acting as escort  to convoys etc., and then  we started  out oh! a drive.      We  got into   it  this  time as we met the Boers in   force under Delarey at a  place  called   Bosch-  poort. They certainly were very clever  in their tactics with  us,    they   had   a  light convoy of cape carts  and when  we first saw their dust chase was made  immediately and soon  we  could hear  our pom poms open on  them,   We got  up with them soon, but there was no  sign of any   force  of   Boers.     There  were stragglers on the skyline certain-  Forks for instance had a bullet  through the rim of liis hat raid Freddy ! T  Gladden was hit on his bondolicr the  bullet gliding along i>: up his back I  leaving hi in intact. None of the  Greenwood boys were hurt and all behaved esceutly.  Jack Leckie was one of the few  officers who showed himself to be a Bt  leader and he was simply fearless  under fire. ���"���* '������' * Remember'me to  all the good people of Greenwood, *  ���:������    *  John Mkikuejohn,  MACHINERY ARRIVED.  After vexations delays the balance  of the plant for the Sunset smelter is  arriving and the furnace is likely to be  blown in next week. Several carloads  arrived today and the sampling mill is  expected in tomorrow. The work of put  ting this machinery in place will be  hurried with a view to blowing in the  smelter next week.  DEATH OF MR.   BRUMMUND  ly and ourflankers aud rearguard were  left to skirmish  with  them while we  fixed a camp, our horses being  played  out. A number of us were eating lunch  thinking the enemy   had   gracefully  retired, when a shell   landed right   in  among our horses,"   I made a -run - for  cover   with   rifle    in   one   hand   and  biscuit with marmalade in  the  other.  Soon the shells came  in  fast, lucki ly  however few of them  burst,   and then  on each flank aud rear the rifle fireing  become pretty hot and we could see the  Boers advancing* in open   order firing  as they came beatiiig back our flankers  and rearguard. I was on the west flank  of the camp under our IS lb gun  and I  had a few rounds of firing  at 1200 yds.  The fire from our men was to warm for  the Boers aiid after two hours  fighting  they retired.    As the fire slackened I  had an apportunity of looking  around  me. A number were hit in  1113' vicinity  although the cover was good, but considering the amount of  shooting  that  was   done   there    was   comparatively  little to show in our camp  as  a.   result  most of those of   our   men   who   were  wounded and killed were  the flankers  and rea'rgard who were fighting outside  the camp.   "We  had  a number horses  lying   dead.   One next   to   mine   was  stretched out, and the general scene of  confusion is hard to  describe,   hover-  sacks and all different  articles of   kit-  were strewn about  the  ground* everywhere. Saddles were fringed round   in  disorder on the rear of the camp where  they had been used as a kind of defence.  To make things worse it rained heavely  Some kind   of  order was soon   made  however-and before dark_trenches-were.  dug all round the  camp  in   which we  slept  with one eye  open   in    case of  another attack.      A great  portion of  the leisure moments  of  the  next day  was occupied by each man   giving his  own description   of  the   actions   and  particular attention   was  paid  to  descriptions of narrow escapes. A number  of course   had  escapes   which    never  occurred but there were some who   had  proof to show.      Wollastnti   of Grand  C. Brummund died at the .'residence  of his daughter Mrs. G. H. Collins on  Weclnesdaj' evening at the age of 85  years. Mr. Br.iinimmid who was a  veteran of the civil war came here  from Euclaire, AVis. The funeral  takes place at two o'clock this (Friday)  afternoon. ,: j  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT & SHAW���  Hah risters. Solicitors,  novarijjs pubtjc.  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