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 BWHWMI  iiiisnniiswirn*  f  (.  f  Vol. 10  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY; JANUARY 24, 1902.  (Oil  active work will commence on the Midway & Vernon road and in all probability Greenwood will be ��� made the  headquarters for this end of the line.  What May to Bxsfettd Ib in BoaoflerrQlit-  rtet Thle  Ytar-Rellway   BitMI��|-New*  Sailttra sea Incresstd Pwcaa at the  mia��i.  Thia will be the best year.. Greenwood ever had. The pessimist will  laugh at this statement and demand  strong* reasons ior the faith that ia in  ua. Here they are. Greenwood, grew  too fast during the. conilructioM of the  C. P. R. and is only now recovering:] inrna.ee  from the growing pains. Business is  now done in a business way and all  merchants are in splendid shape to  meet the revival of trade that is coming suddenly.  { The smelting 'situation ia also moat  hopeful. The reduced "price of copper  ,ha*   set- mining", and   smelting   men  ���(thinking. The conclusion they arriW  ��d at was to' the effect that:there la  | still money ia treating Boundary ores,  ' but in order to maintain a reasonable  profit, the output must be increased.  It is reported that a meeting of the  British Columbia Copper company  held in New" York recently this waa  tlie conclusion arrived at and instructions have been issued to get the secon��l  in  operation' as  quickly aa  Among* railway contractors, the most  popular and the best, in the interests  of a town in which they are interested  are J. W. Stewart and Pat Welch.  They will be herd in' a short time to  establish headquarter* and reopen  their warehouses. DuTing* the construction of the V. V, &E. from Curlew to Midway to Greenwood and on to  Phoenix they will' mate Greenwood  their headquarters and pay out from  $60,000 to 1100,000 a month in this city.  The'road is''completed to Curlew-and  active construction will be commenced  from that point towards , Greenwood  within the next sixty days. '  Nor is this the only railway that will  be built during the coming summer.  -Should the wishes of the-V. V. &E.  company not be fuatrated by parliament, the line will be continued westward towards  the   coast,   Then; too,  possible. Thia will double the capacity  of the smelter and this will be Increased from time to time until one of  the largest reduction works oa the  continent will be established here.  Th* situation have also confirmed  mining companies without smelters In  their opinion tl.at the best and moat  profitable results are to be obtained by  treating their own ores. The Montreal and Boston Copper company owning the Sunset and other properties in  Deadwood camp are negotiating lor  the purpose .of acquiring the smelter at  Boundary" Tails and the deal will be  closed in a ew days. It is understood  that Messrs. Munroe of Montreal will  be here early next week accompanied  .by one of the best known smelter experts in America, for the purpose of  tab ing over the works. Aa "soon as  the smelter can be blown in regular  shipments will be made from the  Sunset.  A meeting of the shareholders of the  Morrison Mines, Etd., will shortly'be  held for the purpose of confirming the  vale of the mine to Chicago^capitaliatB.  ��=  PROCLAMATIONS.  .>  . t  .lis.)  HENRI G. JOLT awe lOTRINIERE.  CANA��A.  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLOMBIA.  EDWARD VII, hy the Grace <M 'God, of the  United Kingdom of Great BritaHn ami 'Ire-  laud and of tbe Brtlisli Dominions tejoud  the Seas, King, Defender ofthe Faith, etc.  To Our faithful tlie Members elected to *-er*-.c in  the Legislative A*��s����*��bl*j of jur Province  of British. Columbm, at oar City of Victori.1  -G-RBBnifG.  A PROCLAMATION  D, M. Eberts I UTKEREAS We aredeslr-  Attoniey-General. f" ou.9 and resohed, as  ���o��n as may be, to meet Our people of Our  Province of British Columbia, and to liaVc-fhctr  adxico Ir Our Legislature , - ���  NOW KNOW YE, that for clivers causes and  considerations,;and taking- littO'Con��ider?.Uoti  tbe ease and convenience ol Our lovi itg' subjects,- Wc ha-ve thought- fit,- by .*and with the  ad*vice of Otir Executive Council, to herebycon-  ���voka, and *bj these preseiUs enjoin yolv and1  each of yon that- on Thursday . the twentieth*  da\ of February, one tJumsaito nine hundred  and two, you meet Us in Our said Legislature  or Parliament of ��ur *a.id Province, at Our City  of Victoria, FOR THE .DISPATCH OF BUSINESS, to; treat, do, act.aad. conclude upon  those things which, in Our Legislature of the  Pro-vince of British Columbia, by the Cortmon  Council of Otir said Pro-vluce may, by the favor  oi God,be ordained.  Ia Testimony Whbrbo��, W�� have caused  these Oar Letters to be made Patent and  the Great Seal of O iir said  Province to be  hereunto affixed :  Witnksb,    the    Hoaoarbls   Sir   Bshri  GUSTAVK JOJ/Y DE LorBIHIBRB, K.C.M.G.  . Lieutenant-Governor of Our said Province  of British Columbia, at Our Government  House, in Our City of Victoria, in Our said  Province, this 9thday of January, in the,  year of Our Lord one thousand nine  hundred and two, aad In the first year of  Our Reign.  By Command.  J. D. PRENTICE,  Acting Provincial Secpetary.  Blank  Books  ������  Fresh   Candy  Semerad's  strictly first class at  A-ssoon a* the sale ii Effected thia pro-  petty wilh be developed on a large  scale aad as there are thousands of  tone of ore in sight th�� new owners  *{Sl\ glf>ubtle��s follow; the lead of others  aij.d arrange for the erection of their  osTo, redaction work* near the mine.  ..G-ood work is bein-f done on the  Rabj near Boundary Falls .which' is  beinjc developed^ *b^F. W^Hiyrt Wnd:  other Detroit cipitalists. . Under; the  superintendence if fj; W. Hamilton a  large amount of *rork hat'been done.  It is reported that shipments from the  King Solomon in C6pp6r camp will be  resiimed-earlY iii thi spring.  * Up-to-date not one mine in the Boundary has been elbsed,! instead preparations are being- made for increasing  ihe working force at all mines. With  active railway construction, with at  least another smelter in operation and  with increased output from the mines,  the year ia certaitt to be the most pro-  gressiye in the history of the city and  district.  THE CITY COUNCIL.  ',.7. **jt.  Pnxaeilai�� TraaMfctsd At thi Last Recular  Huetto*.  Tlie regular iheeting of 'the city  council was held on ^Mondayt evening  with A.ld."Ross id the chair and Aid.  Caulfield, S-illivan, Kirkwood, Banner-  man and Smailes, presents' Joseph  La. Page tendered for scavenger work  at the rate of fifty, cents per month for  private houses and five 'dollars for  hotels. The tender waa' tabled for  future consideration. The greenwood  Socialist society asked for. the use of  the city hall one night a week and the  request_ira�� _ gran ted. Aid. Kirkwood  introduced: an, (amendment to the pound  bj-lBw- illowing tax collectojfto destroy  d����B for Which ao tax had been paid  and to charge the owner with expense  of reiuoTtng the .aame from the city  limits. The tax amis ' by-law was  fuither considered and the council  iifj.oiiraed^nntiL,Tyednesday e*e&in��,to  -finallyi pans this by-Jl'wT^ A* resolution  -was passed to~the��ffectthat city, would  j��ot Txe responsible for any patients in  : -the 3to*pLtal,unless aame were admitted  "<>a?aathorityof ,the mayor, and medical  -aflias^r-of health.   -     .'--.-,,.  UOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  NOTICE is he.eby given that the  partnership heretofore subsisting be  tweei* the undersigned as Merchant  Ta.i1ors etc., under the firm name of  AllmacheT & Wilson, was dissolved by  mutual consent on the 4th day of January 1902.    '���_  All depts {owinf to the said partiner  ahip'are to;be paid to the undrsigned  A. C-;Wilson who will; pay all^cUims*  against it.   ���'..:��� . ,'���    '" '*  Dated this 10th day of January  1902    ���''���'.*  A. Allmacher.  ',v. A. C. Wilson.  ."Witness Fred Roy.  CURLING  Greenwood Curllai Glob Hit B����n Orctnlzta  With Good memtcrshls.  A well attended meeting was held  in the Russell-Ira w-Caul field office  Wednesday afternoon for the purpose  of organizing the Greenwood curling  club, It was decided to organize the  club.and the following officers were  elected: Pr'es., J. Av Russell; vice-  pres., Rev. Dr. McRae; sec-treaa., J. iM.  Humphrey.' These with the following  gentlemen will compose the bpaid of  management: T. J, Finucane, H, F.  Mytton, A. W. Strickland, J. S. Birnie  and H.C.Shaw. Arrangements have  been made with Mr. Caldwell for the  use'of the rink up to two o'clock each  day, up to seven o'clock three day& in  the week and one night exclusively.  The stones will be here next week and  after a few night's practice, the old  time curlers expect to be in shape to  meet any rink in the district. ����ast  Saturday evening Sandy Cameron, Dr,  McRae, J. A.-Russell and A. W. Strickland, skip, went to Phoenix and met  a Phoenix rink. Although none of the  Greenwood men had played for years  they did fairly well, the score being 17  to 7 in favor of the Phoenix rink.  8  SAD DEATH OF MRS- HAMILTON  Wife  nine  of Superlatoadtat of tt�� Ruty  Dl��s Suddenly la Hosttts].  Mrs. J. W. Hamilton, wife of the  superintendent of the Ruby mine, died  suddenly In the hospital on Monday  night. Monday afternoon she underwent a slight operation for tonsiiitus,  and'was resting easily when left by  the doctors in the evening. Shortly  before midnight-a reaction set in and  she died suddenly, heart failure being  the cause. Mrs. Hamilton .leaves beside the bereaved husband four children-the eldest being only- fifteen years  of age. She waa .a sister of Jno. R.  Toole of Montana."' "Funeral arrangements are awaiting the arriual of relatives from Montana. _ .  v                    *���                           ���*���  On Thursday Jno. R. Toole and his  sister'Mrs. Cox'aVived from Montana  and the funeral takes, place this after!  noon from' G-ulley's undertaking par-  lnrs ��� and "later from the . Roman  Catholic church. Mr. Toole and* Mrs.  Cox will take the 'four children back  with them to Spokane where they will  be placed in the Sisters' school.   :  Montana papers please cop}.   ,  .yrill t>�� Ogeuted   by Assessable  Coapaoy  Work Resumed on Tbe Wttcrlec ia Camp  McKinney.   Anneal   Westing  ot  The  Boundary Creek M. ft M., Cenpaay  : The Boundary Creek Mining company owning the Last Chance mine in  Skylark'camp, near Greenwood is soon  to be reorganized and put on an asses-  sale basis;- Arrangements to that  effect are now, being made, and it is  hoped will ; be completed in a short  time.  The mine has been closed down for  some time on account of lack oi funds,  but by making the stock assessable the  treasury will soon have money enough  to go aheatd with the work. One of the  reasons for starting work again is the  splendid showing that has lately been  made on the Lake claim, adjoining the  Last Chance.  The Last Chace mine is o-ne of the  oldest locations in skylark camp, and  is a rich gold and silver proposition,  from which some shipments have been  made, even before a-railway was built  into the Boundary country- It is owned by the Boundary Creek Mining  company of Spokane, of which Sidney  Rosenhaupt is the secretary. Two  years ago a car of ore was shipped  from which satisfactory returns were  made, but th- mine was closed about  that time and haa remained closed  since.  It has been developed to a depth of  120 feet feet with a double compartment shaft sunk between two parallel  veins. The east crosscut was driven  about 70 feet and the west crosscut  over 200 feet, the last hundred of which  was all mineralized rock. At the end  of the west CTosacut drifting was started north on the most promising pay-  shoot.wliich wa��'penetrated, about 18  inches, with 10 'inches to the south.  This ore ran from $80 to 3267 per ton,  .the gold values' beiag from $5 to $30  per ton and the silver from 126 to 245  ounces per ton.  If you wish a set of'books for- the  CTew Year���J purnals, ., Cash ' Books,  Ledgers, Minute Books, Index, Prices  Books, Memos, Pocket Books or any  other kind of a book,, we have exactly  what you want and at prices that wtU  suit yon.  Office and Pockei Diarle9 for  1902.  SMITH & McRAE  Books, Piiper,  Office Supplies,   Wall  Paper, Kodaks and Photo Supplies.  *��  | ..Amateur PMogTapta,. 1  Bring your films and plates to  J. L. COLES  Developing, priming and mounting $1.0t> a. dozen.  Unmounted 65 cents a dozen.  Work strictly first-ciaas.  Always in stock a full line of  amateur photographic  supplies  3* E. ���d!e$,  *  ��  * ���  ���  *���*  o  �����.  ft  ft  ft.  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft:  .ft-  ft  ft  *  ft  ft  ft  ft,  S*" .    Books,   Stationery,   Office  ���:-*.  ft  ftftftftft*��ft����������*��������������090*��  B. A. KING & CO. I  ���**����#ft��ft������*��**��*****��*��5*  ��       -    _ ���   *  ��  ft -     ��� x-  ��� must  g                    reduce their  ��� large   *  ft'                     stock  of  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  f They offer Brrgains  OFFICE SUNDRIES.  Books,   Stationery,  Supplies, etc.  -in-  Staaon Files,  Blant'BMts,  lifts of all kinfls,  Typewriter Papci,  Writing laterals.  H. A K1SG&C0  ��  ��  9  6  ft  ft  a  ft  ��  ft  ���*  Dr  ft*'  *  *  UOTICE.  Vancouver, Victoria, sad Eastern Railway and  Mavlcfttloo Company.  KOT1CB la hecebj *j*W��n thxt application  wilJ-b�� madeto the Parliament ot Caaada at  tie sect eaiuins Senioatbereofby and on be  bsLf ot ti�� "Vancou-rer, Victoria and Eaatorn  RaJl-way and Navigation Company" for an Act  esMndingtlie time Bred by Section 4 of tbeAct  o��8��ldParlinmeii*tr6lVic��rla, Chapter ??, for  tbe completion and operation of the Railway of  tbe Company.  J   Lt��d thia24th &*j of December, 1901. .  VANCOUVER, VICTORIA. AND  EASTBRN RAILWAY AND NA N  IQATION CCTOPANY.  Notice of Assignment.  HJRSUANT TO  TBE   "CREDITORS-  TRUST DEEDS ACT. 1901.  notice Is Hereby Given that Jacob  n��!��hmaiiii. of tbe City of Vanconrer In tbe  Province of BrltUlt Colombia, Merchant, has  >r Deed of Assignment for the Beaefit of  Crnliton Ixarinj date tbe Iltb day of January,  ** D, 1902, made la prirsunnce of the "Credltora*  XrBBt Deeds Act, 19tU," trraated and aMi��ned  ante Alfred 8. Btactc, of the City of Greenwood  In li�� said Province, solicitor,' all his perxonal  esOtt, credits and effects which may t>e aeUed  and! Bold under execntioa, ind all his real estate  la trust for the txnefit of his creditors for the  par-pose of distribution * amongst the said  crtnitors as provided by' law; The said Deed of  amlenment was etecnted by the said Jacob  tflelah��na.nn ou tlie 17th day of January, A. D.  IW2. and afterwards on the said lltb day of  , January, A. D, 1902, t>r the said   Alfred  S.  The Annual and special general  meeting* of the shareholder* oi' th e  Boundary Creek Mining and Milling  company will be held at_the oBL��e_olE  company* near the Pioneer hotel t(>mor-  rdw afternoon a,t three.: o'clock.    iBusi-  ���*\-H>. ��� --i   ���.-       * . .        ... ;*,���',-"-.���* * ��� ���  neasofiihportan.ee will? come  Up for  consideration.���������     . * ''*':'r.- I   '  Jno. "R. Toole who is in the "city is  one pf the bea.t known of Montana's ���  famous minjug men. He is executer  for theOaljr estate and ia in clow touch  with, th*"Copper Magnates and theCop-  pcr njarket. In his opinion Coppe r  will ��ot go up to the old price." He be-  livei that the natural price is about 13  cetits and that the Copper king-s will  arrange for a fixed price around thac  figure. Mr. Toole iraa one ofthe first  to invest in the Boundary. He had the  Winnipeg bonded and spent considerable money in developing it. He is  now interested in the Nickle ,Plate on  20 Mile creek in the Similkameen.  " Capt. F. D. Howe the well' known  mining man was itt'the city this week  enroute for Camp McKim��ey, where he  takes charge of the Waterloo mine  which will be actively developed.  Geo. W.Hughes the Salmo   Mining  king was in the city this week.  ,   J. D. Swoid has returned from a tripi_ J  to.th? SilniLkameen. ���-������  \:h. "Ii- Patrick Bl: E.,**��f';Mois6tr is  registered at ihe* Armstro tig. *''  Oti Febw'rary 3rd . tlte ' iadies Aid  society of ..th'e'Piesby'teri a.ta church will  give a.-musical intertainment���: and '.  juinblesale in the new Mellor block  Copper street. . Excellent programme  .has.been, arranged for the occasion.  At v the meeting- of tlie: Greenwood  Literary Society to be held in thijj  Presbyterian church on Wednesdajf  evening. J. L,ukov will read a paper  on the power of suggestion. Mr Lukov  is a careful student of such matters  and the paper U bound to prove interst-  ing and instructive. Th* German class  under the direction of Di. McRae meet*  at 7:15 at the same pi ice the same even*  ing. -       .  NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT  9*?*9*������*������*ft0*e*0������0e*��  Black.  HX\ Creditors taring claims agaiost the said  Jacob FJ��ishma.iiB are required to file their  culms with the said Assignee, Alfred S. Black,  ��l��ly *p*roved as pro-vided vs the Act, In default  at tbe said Assignee receirlnr tatlsfactory  ytobrtbereof, aoy creditor Is liable to ha.*re his  ��l��l��u featred. ,    . *  . And notice U hereby further glren that a  -Meeting of the said creditors will he held at the  .offices ofthe sa.ld Assignee, in-the Gness Block,  Vovvtt street, G-reeuwood, B. C, on the 3rd day  fl-f Fefcraary, A. ��n 19<��, at the hoar of four  -o'clock in the afternoon. ,,.,_��� ^r  ' Dated at Gre*nnood, British ColnmMa, this  ���Jlst dsy oi January, A, D. 1W2| . /   ���  A. 8. SLACK,  Assignee.  Psrsuaat to The "Crelltpn Trust D��ed�� Art.  1901.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that William  Macpherson, heretofore carrying on business as  Jeweller, at the Citr of Greenwood in tbe  Provides of British Columbia, has, hy deed of  asslffnmcnt,-tuatls la pursuance of tbe "Creditors Trust Deeds Act, 1901" and ixarl itr date  the 10th day of January, 190J. assigned all his  real and personal property irnlch may be stised  and sold nxidec execution, to Wallace Ogle  Wright, of the said City of Greenwood, Accountant, in trnat for the general benefit of his  creditors.  The said deed wasexecsted by the slid William Macpheteon on the 10th day of January,  A. D., 1902 and afterwards by the ssld Wallace  Ogle Wright on the said loth day of January,  A. D. 19o2.  All persons hurlag claims against the said  William Macphenoa are required to forward  particulars of same, duly verified, to the said  assignee, Walace Or*1b "Wright, on or before the  29th dar ot Jaauaay, A. u, 19o2, after which  date the' said assignee will proceed to distribute  the assets of tbe said.estate among th�� parties  entitled thereto, hiring regard only to the  claims of which he shall then ha*re received  notice.  AND TAKE FURTHER NOTICK that a  meeting of the creditors ��f the said "WillUm  Macpherson -will he l��ld at tbe officer of Messrs.  Fringle a.ad Whiuside, Rendell buildiog. Cop-  ?er steeet, Gceeawood, B. C on the 29tb day of  annary, at tbe boar of three o'clock in the  afternoon.  Dated at Greenwood, B. C. this 14tk day of  January, A.D., l9o3. _  W. O. WB1GHT, Tnestee,  Psiwors A "Winf-eaiDS,  &>llcltors for Trustee.  Pool table and two tzitrf toe sale, see  A. h. White the 2nd Hand Man,  Fruit of all kinds at Senaarad's.  Wanted 2nd Hand house goods O.  C.,2nd Hand Store.  I.  Mitchell the Tailor is making a  reduction on suits and 82 aa pants  the next 30 days.  Sewing* machines ior sale or rent.  I*. White & Co., Znd Hand Store.  S5  for  A,  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION  Notice is hereby given fltat the partnership heretofore subsisting between  the undersigned Restaurant keepers  under the name of Werner & Pittock,  is this day dissolved fcy mutual consent.  All debts owing to the said partnership are to be paid to the undersigned  Chas. R. Pittock, who will pay all  claims against it.  Dated thia l5thday o�� January, 1902.  Witness : Com. Ii, W��rnbh,  J. R. Bro-wst.       Cbas  8- PXWOCK.  im^msssmama^jmmu / <  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES.  s  Regular Shipments of the Choicest Varieties  of Fresh arid Cured Fish at  A. A. OROWSTON'S  Zbz  Boundary Creel Times  Issued everv Trlday ,  Columbia Telephone...  ���brnon & Nelson- Telephone  No  40.  . No. 29.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  To Foreign Countries  $200  125  2 50  FRIDAY, JANUARY 24. 1902.  CHIEF JUSTICESHIP.  teeir great age and the failure of their  mental faculties, the contention-of tne  complainants is, forget whatever law  they knew, and do not remember near  the close of the proceedings what was  said to them at the beginning. If  these men have not the good sense to  retire, parliament will be asked to discharge its duty and enable the government to discharge its duty as well. If  this is done there is not likely to be  any adverse criticism or any misrepresentations in respect to the matter.  We beg to announce that  we have sold our Drug business to J. L White. The  Jewellry department will be  carried on as:.\heretofore  under the management of  Geo. F. Miller. We wish to  thank our patrons, for past  favors and solicit the same  kind treatment for* our sue  cessor in the drug business.  As all business connected with  the drug department must be  closed1 forthwith, we beg to  state that accounts remain:  lhg unpaid after January 15  inst., will be placed in solicitors' hands for collection.  MILLER BROS.,  Greenwood, B.C.  STYLES.  lOiitiiiis^  atiA;  Ht=  :-C;W;iiiully^i^-  :THE:  THE MBERAE,  CONVENTION.  The elevation of ;-E. P. Davis to the  supreme court bench, would strengthen  the judiciary of the province.    It is not  "too much to say that in a large  province,like .B..C,   judges   should   be  superanuated at an earlier age than in  the  more  thickly   settled   provinces,  where a judge has not so  much  terri-  tory to cover and can do Ins duty without the waste of. so   much   physical  strength as is required here.    Death is  'no respector of persons and strikes the  young arid the|8trong rather than  the  .old-and weak.   It is rather encouraging that ..when Chief Justice  McColl  wis cut down jo theprime of life, there  is a probability :of his   place   being  '���.taken'by about the only  one who  can  ' compare with him in knowledge of law  and those other qualities  that are so  necessary oh the bench.  Protests have already been sent in  because of judicial delays on account  of physical incapacity on the part of  supreme court judges and it is to be  hoped that the minister of justice will  do.his.-share in removing these objections by appointing men who can work  to trie'beach.   There would be enough  * :.-'t    l t      . . *  -supreme court-judges in the province  if some o t. them were not handicapped  by old age aiid other disabilities.  The complaint'regarding judges is  not local.   An Ottawa dispatch says :o  ���.   It is undssrstood that it is the   iiiten-  -Vtion of some members of the house of  commons and the senate to present an  address for the removal of certain  judges who, they contend, ought tn  have had sufficient appreciation ot  their responsibility and the good taste  long ago to have retired. There are  the memorial will state, .men on the  bench who are so deaf  that it is, well  . nigh.impossibe to make them hear and  lt'isfutlier  held that there arc para-  ' lytics. ' It.Uunderstood that prominent  members' of the* legal profession on  both sides have represented to the  .government the scandal of permitting  these meti to continue in positions for  which * they are no longer qualified.  The representations made' to trie  government have been so well supported, by men of of both political parties  that parliment may undertake the dischare of its duty, however, disagreeable without leaving itsejf open to any  adverse criticism.  Judges'were a good while ago appointed during good .behavior, but it  was never intended .in making*., them  independent of the influence, of the  crown to ena.blethe'n: who have "ceased  to qualify for the discharge" of their  dutips to continue on,the bench. There  are, for instance, on:the bench in Ontario se vera.1 men upwards of 80 years  of age. Someof them are so deaf that  they do not hear-half of what is said  to them by counsel;  some,  owing to  Thursday, Feb. 6,a provincial liberal  convention will be held in Vancouver.  Prejudiced parties are prophesying all  sorts> of diteful results on account of  the differences of opinions that exist  among liberals It is quite true that  all liberals do not look upon provincial  matters from the same point view but  this is equally true of conservatives.''  Ti^is reason is that neither party have  been thoroughly organized in connection with provincial politics. Until this  is done, political adventurers jvill always keep a foothold to the deteriment  of the province. We believe that the  representative men of both the old time  parties are anxious for good government1 in this province and are'equally  I anxious to set aside the present state of  affairs. Asv we have s*wl before we  would rather see a strong conservative  government in power than the present  outfit and the surest way, to make a  party promulgate a. sensible, businesslike policy is to give it a well organized  opposition. So far as the^ Times is  concerned it is most anxious to see  good government established and is  prepared to fight in opposition for a  time if by assisting to organize that  opposition, political opponents have  been forced to give the province its  very best men and its most progressive  policy.   If this idea were kept'to the  front   at the liberal convention there  t  would be no crying of peace yvhen there  is   no   peace   and   there   would be no  temporizing with those who'would use  the liberal party to "exploit  their  own  .... * *> i .*  *    '**^  selfish interests.'  It is a time above all  times when the province should be considered .before party, '.'" '."'" ' . - '  ' There are enough good men.in either  of. the old; time parties who if they  freed from the machinations of unprincipled adventurers would give this  province what it needs'���strong capable  administration of its affairs.  B. C. HOTEL  . G1EEHW0OD, B. C,  j. C, DOUGLAS,   Prop.  EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS.  THE   BEST _ OF   FOREIGN,  AND  DOMESTIC WINES, UQUORS  AND   CEGARS.  FIRST-CLASS    SAMPLE    ROOMS  FOR   TRAVELLING   MEN.'  Copper Street.  ���" OPEN DAY AND NIGHT; fe  B3  MEALS AT AIJ. HOURS  PRIVATE ROOMS FOR  LADIES.  *  TRY OUR-.COFFEU  Charles R. ^Pittock,  5.  <i  Pool table and ttyo safes for sale,, pee  A.L.'-Whitc-'the 2nd Hiind Man,.  Fruit of all kinds, at Se'tnerad's.  .   Wanted 2nd Hand house goods O.  I.  C, 2nd Hand Store.   ������*  ���'������:    ���' '   '  ACCOMMODATION-FOR 75 GUESTS,  ,;**v  near tlie  or*;er of Gcvernment and Greenwood  Streets.  S ��� -���    t  *  *  *  *  ONE OF MUNROE'S  CIGARS..  DO YOB  ! SMOKE??  *  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  �� "    9 ~ ~   * THE BEST LINES rN  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ��*���  *  9  9  j��        Newspapers,     Periodicals  CIGARS,  TOBACCOS  and CIGARETTES  _   Stationery:...f':, \.,  A Full line '. JJofce Candy  9  9  9  9  *  -    <6.  .*  -�����  *  *���**.  ***  -��  ������*��  ������*��  *  9  *  *  ��  9  �����  9  9  *  **  1  H.B. falJNROE  9 .      ��  a  Copper Street. Greenwood.  *  �����     ��� '��� ������     *-   ��� ��� * '' ''  'a  ."Mitchell/.the Tailor i.s making . a 35  reduction oh" sttits-and S2 on pa.ii.ts, for  the next 30 days,. <       .   .'������-  Serving machines'for pale or Tent. A,  L. White & Co., 2nd Hand Store.   .  In The.Supreme Court   of  British  Columbia.  In the -Hatttrof tHe '.'Winding Uj>" Art".  . *  and ,*.-..  ., Jp the.Mattex,of the British Columbian  : Wholesale Liauor Coaijany, Limited. "  <:T6 be Sold *br Private. .Tcii4ftrf Subject- to *  tlie approval *<61tlie Court,, jmisutftit to an*or<l��r  of P. Schofiel<r,"Esq., 'Registrar, dat��dHlie Uth:  iaxat Jaiinar-y, l9o2,. add made herein.   -...,  All tlie stock in tra.de of the above flamed  company, consisting <>l wines; liqtiors aud .fixtures. ���*   ���'���'���'��� *.-���'..  Tenders are to be sent to I*. Schofield Esq.,  Rosslafid.B. C. not later tlia.ii Friday, ttte Z4th  day of January,.19o2.  Tlie terms of'* sale are cash, on acceptance oi  the tender. ���_-,,.  Particulars may be obtained* ieam TV. jr.  Fortnson, Rossland, Tf. C.  Bated 13th January. 19a2.        ���-   '���-'.*  W. J. R0BIN30N,    '  Officiil i(iiialdator .  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION;  ���Notice is hereby, given that the  partnership.Heretofore, -subsisting between the-, undersigned . as Plumbers  etc, under the firm-name of "Tilsley  & Bisliop''' was dassolred by. mutual  consent on the 18th. day of December,  1901.   .        '*��� ���- * ���.'���-.' '.:'���.*���'  All debts owing to the ,said'partnership are to be paid to .> the /undersigned  Edwin-.W. Bishops who ��� will-:pay; all  claims against1 it.' '���������'  - .   '*  Dated this 23rd day ��� of December,  1901. W..C. K-njSXTH; .- -  '��� '���?��������� ' ������' -.._" :..���" . Jferw./.fissBOP.'*'-:*  Witness;;:* R."R. .GtrJrNiNGHA-M;  '.-.>���; ^.. NpTICE,!:. ,.'*;::;-.;���>  . ��� Hayipgdisposed Of our clothing and  furnishirigs,business in'Greenwood to  P. W.' Georrg*c,'-ali-'accounts^.diie the  Wallace Miller Co/, must be paid forth*1  ���with to bur aoUciitiTSj^ P. * Myers 'Grey  at his office in the .Wafiace'Miller block  Greenwood. All accounts against the  -company must fbe. presented ;at the  head office, Nelson, "3. C'.' .".\    -  C."E.Mii,XER, President....  J. H. WjUXACs, Sec-Treas,  ...Enjoy Yourselyes  Smoke a William Pitt Cigar. ~ A'jolly'given  - with 'every cigar at FiSheSf'r "Ask for it.    ' >  ���Xile % Is t SPortb V Ei^ihg^r  -When you   can  get   the   best "cigars' ���- ';  the   country -at   Fishers'    '���      :   /-./���   ,'_,  't '* be �� a �� Dead * Qm  CLARENDON HOTEL BLOCK.  -r J" ~   ''  Cooper, Street..^  &,AAKSA&gS3Si����  XSWWNWW&^WWVWWMWUWWWHA-UM'J^WSVWWWW.'yi  sK\gqt*i^iy��,����l��to��MiMuuuw5 **  THE BEST' BEER IN TOWN IS MADE> BY  THE ELKHORN BREWERY  PORTMAN  & PORTMAN  Proprietors  ASK FOR  > c.  III  BE  " ��� The Elkhorn Lager beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  tl t epjjon anosT   ghtr in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  GEO. R, NADEN/  : Jaiagerv  REPRESENTING  The Phoenix Fire Assurance  Co. of London, England.  The Western Assurance Co.,  of Toronto. *  The British* America -Assurance Co.'-,[of Toronto..  The" Canadian Birkbeck:,In.  vestment and Savings Co,  MINES.  STOCKS,  REAL ESTATE.  ^::  ���'We are moving our Stock from the old-store..of. Law  & Co. to our new: store,', and will openf up: foi*..business  there on MONDAY MORNING. ^ Wh^-we ^yill he upset: for a* while, and unaTSle tohaye a.pr'ppe.r\'.openiiig-)*,y^t;*-  we will be prepared. to ��� j^n^le.''j^Jr'^CH^sSmAS'' OR-.  MRS." .Our grocery stock-iW 'entirely new *:and ^freslif  the;greater part: of it : jtist.-;pgeii.ed-.*.".viip..;;;*��� 54��'"-. herefefore,  we -Will carry only the very.:: best quality* of goods!    We  ��� will- set'Upaa-t an OPTING DAY;late^ Gjri, to whigh you,,  will beVinyitedto critically ihspect our |new-Building- .> In  .the^meaiatime, justcoihe.in and   V'ha^ela&lobk^vindf licit���  dentaliyslfea:ve yotir order for,9oHyay Gr.oceri^siJ.:  ������/ THE   BOUNDARY   CREJEJK     TIMES.  Oi  /  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT A SHAW.  Baxristnrs, Somcitors,  Notaries Pubuc.  CaWe Address : * "HAtLBTT.*!  CODIS  , Iidbcr's.  I. H. HALLETT,  Bedford M'NcilPs   Greewwood,  MoreLtig* & Neat's  a. o.  H. C. SHAW.  M�� LEOD & BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Pubwc, Etc.  Offices: Naden-Tlood block. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C. -  J. R.. Brown. J. P. McIieod,  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  <     ClVII, I/NGWEEK,  Dominion    and    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  GREENWOOD,   ,    . ;   B. ��� O.  BAUER A ASHCROFT.  Provincial Laud Surveyors  Mlnlng.aud Civil Engineering.  Mineral Claims Surveyed, and Crown Granted  Land and Engineering Surveys  W. A. mAUIKl C.E.. P.L.M. AmE. ASVCIfOFT O.E iP.IS  VANOOUVtR BREENWOOO  W��od   Block',  next door   to   Custom   oflice  ' \*        -   GREENWOOD. B. C.  ?  SOCIETIES.  BOUNDAHV VA1LEY  LODGE  Ko.3 8,1.0.0.lJ.  Meets every Tuesday Evening aL S.00 iii tlieir  lodee room at Masonic Hall.    A cordial invitation is extended to all sojourning brethern.  .'���, F*ed B. Holmes, N.G.  W. B. Frith, Rec.Seo  .O  *  .,     ,KMGHTS OF PYTHIAS  Grand Chancellor N. Binns Visits Greenwood  Lodge,  On Wednesday evening* a. large riiim-  ber of Knights turned out to welcome  N. Binns, of Trail, grand-chancellor of  the domain of British Columbia. After  the routine of lodffe work was over, a  speech was made by thegrand chancellor, giving an outline of duties of  lodges and individual members. ;The  speech was enthusiastically received  by the members. " , ,  Speeches-were .then ma.de by visiting  brothers and by* several members of  the lodge. At eleven o'clock the  chancellor commander announced tha-t  a banquet was ready at thc_ Imperial  hotel. '.'jAll'then*-proceeded to that place  where/about sixty sat- down to the  spread'. After discussing: the banquet  which all agreed was excellent, toasts  were proposed and replied t to, and  several talented Knights - favored the  gathering w<th songs and impromptu  speeches. The' crowd broke up a late  hour, after, s'nging ,"God aa*****? the  King" and":'Auld Lang Syne."    ,,  The grand chancellor installed the  officers of Phoenix Lodge-on Friday  evening. A number from' Greenwood  lodge we're present, who wish to extend  thanks to the Phoenix members for B.  royal good time. ��  Mineral Production.  The provincial mineralogist has  issued a bulletin showing the estimated  output of British Columbia for 1901 to  be-worth $20,713,501," as against the  ascertained value of$16,344-,7Sl for 1900.  West Kootenay heads the districis  ^ with $7,392,189, as against $6,020,783 iu  1900.  Trail Creek dirUion stands at the  head of any single miningdivision.aud  is credited with $$,855,556,- as against  $2,739,300, for the previous.year.  Grand Pork a and Kettle Kiver raining  divisions combind are credited with a  total of $4,695,469, as against $1,358,383  for 1900, and show the grea e <t increase  over the previous year of any divi*>io a.  .. The Ainsworth and Sloean figurt s  are$2,240,615..for 1901, and S2.413.373  for 1900. Nelson is credited with 51,-  110,226,as ag-ainst $787,082 for 1900..  East Kootenay returns show tlie estimate for 1901. to be 82,850,289, as  against $2,855,851 for the previous yecr,  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION,  ���Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore subsisting between  tiie undersigned Restaurant. keepers  under the name of Werner & Pittock,  is this day 'dissolved-by-mutual consent..:"  ' "       .-.*'.  ���All debts owing to the said partner-,  Bhip are to be paid'to the undersigned  Chas. R. PUtock,: who' will pay all  claims against it.   ..*  Dated this 15thday of January, 1902.  Witness:    ���'���..'���   Con. h. Wernbk,  J. R.' Brown. ,  J&o** "R. Piecock:. r  ���Corpwation ol lie City of Greenwood.  M-UW^O. 73.  A By-lxw to authorize the sale of l:iuds *w-ith-  iti the Mu.nlcipa.lity'of tlte <2ity of Greenwood,  upon which Taxes have'been due anil in arrears  for two years prior to Utu passing of tills l$y-  '.a.w., *  ;F6r sale 6 ft., bent glass show'case  2nd Hand 6. I. C,. Store.      '  \. ���:"';  :..[...; STORAGE,-., .:. r.,VK'  ... Trunks, ^Fntniture', etc,   stored- on  reasonable terms., Apply P.-'.6...Box'25  Or Times oSioe.^:    - ......  WHEREA-Slt Inexpedient that all lauds, or  Improvements, or real property within Uie  limits of tUe Municipality of the Cityol Greenwood upon which .vluuicip.il Taxes havelicen  due and lu arrearfor two years prior to the pissing of this By-Law, shall he sold and the proceeds allied In the reduction of such taxes.  Be it therefore enacted by the Municipal  Couucllof the City of ftreenvood as follows:  1. Tlie colttctor of Hie Mmticinal Council of  the City of G-reemvood, is licreby authorized and  directed whensoever taxes on any lands or !ni-  provetue nts or real property have been due for  two years prior to the pissing* of this Byla^t to  submit to tlie Mayor of the said Citv or Greenwood a list, in. duplicate, of all land*, improvements or real preperly'liablc u��*ei Hie provision  of th s.bylaw to be sold foi*;ta.\es with the amount  of arrears against each lot set opposite the same  and the Mayor shall authenticate such list by  adixinir thereto Uie Seal of the Municipality and  his Signature. And one oi such lists shall he <lo-  oosited will the City Clerk of the Municipality  and tha ol ho shall he returned to the collector  with a wair nt thereto annexed under the hand  of the Mayor and the Seal of tlie Municipality  commanding* lilnt to leTj-upon the land, or improvements, or real prpcrty for the arrears due  thereon, with costs, Collector's commission  authorized by this Bylaw aud contingent expenses,  2. It'sltall not "be the duty of the Collector to  make inquiry before affecting* a sale of lands,  or improvements or real property for taxes, to  ascertain whether or not there is any distress  upon the lands, nor shall he be bound to inquire  into or form any opinion of the value of the  lands, or improvements, or real pioperty.  3. TheCollector shall prepare a copy of the  list of lands, improvements, or property to be  sold, and in such lists shall be scheduled in  separate colum ns;���  (1) The amonn* of taxes unpaid up to the  date of the pass.lii# of this Bylaw:  (2) The Collector's commission authorized  by this Bylaw to be paid to him and Contingent  expenses of salt; and  (3) The total amount of taxes and cost for  'vhicli the property is liable to be sold.  And the Mayor shall authenticate such list  by affixing tltereeo the seal of the Municipality  and hi* signature; and the Col lector shall caiibe  a copy of the last mentioned list to be published  for at least a period of one mouth proceeding  the date of such intended sale in sonic weekly  uewspapcr'published in the Municipality of the  City of (ireeuwood.  4. The advertismeut shall contain notification that unless the arrears and cost are sooner  "paid, he will proceed to sell at public auction  the lands, or improveinents, or leal property  for the taxes, ona"day,"a time, and at a place  named in the advertisement, but itshatl.not be  necessary for such advertisement to state  whether the lands offered for sale ne patented  or unpatented.  5. The Collector shall, at least two months  :beforetlietimeo��sale, deliver or cause to be  delivered to tlie rcg-istered owners and holders  of charges oji^each parcel of laud contained in  said list, a "notice in writLnir signed by him of  said sale and the conscqticnces.-thcreof. and of  the amount of taxes due on such parcel and for  which said parcel is beingsold, and the amount  of commission and expenses charged against  each ������parcel. In cast personal service cannot  be effected upon, any person entitled thereto-  hereunder, then substituted service upon such  person shall be effected iu such manner as any  Judgeoftlic Supreme Court may direct, and  the"cost of ohtainliijf such direction shall be  added to the cost-of sale charged against the  particular parcel of laud in respect of which  such diiectlon is obtained. He shall also,  at least t\vo months before the tlraeof sale post  a similar notice In writing and so signed, in  some convenient public place within the Mucl-  cipallty, such as the frontdoor of thft City Hall  of the Municipality or other conspicuous place.  6. The day of the sale shall-be the tbLrty  third dxy after the publication in a newspaper of such ll->t, exclusive of the day of such  publication, except In case the said thirty third  -day shall fall oa a Sunday or holiday 111 such  case such sale shall take place on the following  day at'the City Hall in the Municipality of the  Citv of-Greenwood and shall _begln at ejeven  o'clock In the forenoon,  7. If at any time appoidted for the saleof the  lands, or improvements, or real property, no  bidders appear,-tlie Collector may adjourn, the  sale from titme to time.  8. If tlte taxes due on any lands, real  property or Improvements contained in such list  and Collectors commission thereon and leg^al  expenses incurred in connection with the sale  under this Bylaw and chargeable thereto, have  not been previously collected, or if no out- appears to pa} the same at the time and place  appointed for the sale, the Collector shall sell  at public auction so much of the land, or iniprovements, or real property, as. m.iy be sufficient lo dlicliiir-fe the taxes, interest tlicrcou' and  all lav\lul charges Incurred in and about the  sale and collection of the taxes, selling* in preference sucli part as lie may consider best for  tlie owner to sell first, and in offer! it -j such land  or improvements, or real property, for sale it  shall not he necessary to describe particularly  tlie portion of the lot orsection as staal l'be necessary to secure the pay meiifof the taxes due, aud  nnd the amount of taxes stated iu the ad vertlse-  ment shall in all cases be prima faclt evidence  of the. correct amount due.  9. If the col lector f.ill* at such sala to sell  such laud or im provemeiilfi, or real property for  the full .iiiiouiiL of arrears of taxes due, lie .shall  at such sale adjourn the same until a day to he  publlclr mined by him, not earlier than one  week nor later than three month) thereafter,  of which adjourned salehe shall give notice hy  advertisement in tlie newspaper In which the  original notice was advertized, and 011 such day  he (tliHll sell such lands or Improvements, orie.il  property for anv sum he can realize, Provided  that In the event of of the price offered for any  land or improvements or real property at  such adjourned sale beinir less than the  amount of tho arrears of taxes due iu respect  of such land, Improvements, or real property,  the collector shall have power, if lie* thinks tit  0.1 todo,topnrchasesuch laud improvements,  ;.. real property in tlie name "of and in behalf  of the said Municipality".  '���' 10. If the purchaser of.any land, improvements or real property at such sale falls immediately to pa? the collector the amount - of  thepurchase money, the collector shall forwith  again put the property up for sale:."  ������: 11. Immediately after every sale the collector  shall tetura a list of the arrears satisfied by  such sale to the Clerk of the Municipality, and  :'hall at the same time pay the proceeds to the  Treasurer*of -the said Municipality.  .12. The collector shall he entitled to 2% per  centum commission upon all sums collected by  tf-nasafore-ald-  13. This By law may be cited for all purposes  as the City of Greenwood Real Estate Tax Sale  Bylaw 1902.  Kead a first and second time Dec. 13,1901  . Read a third time January 20th 1902.  Reconsidered, adopted, and-finally passed  January 22ad, 1902  fx. B. Tatizaj-* , D owe an ROSS  City .Cleric. Acting Mayor  MINERAL,  ACT 1896.  Certificate  of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "SILVER     DUCK     FRACTION"     Mineral  Claim, situate in the Kettle River Mining  Division of Tale District.   "Where located  Iu Central Camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for Kredeiic Kecifer,Free Miner's Certi-  ricate Mo.lJ4(X)W,ai*.d Mary.Garland Tree Miners  Certificate No. 1M0559, intend, sixty days  from  tlie date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder  for certificate of improvements for the purpose  of libl.iiuii.g Crown Grants of the above claims.  And  further take notice that action, under  nec.iou 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of *uch certiiicate of Improveinents.  Dated this 23rd day of October, A. D. 1901.  I. H. HALLET  ^TOMOTOITO^^  CF*  <��?  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  &  CF*  F*  F*  ee  Capital, all paid up. $12,000,000.  $7,000,000.  President:    Lord Strathcona and Mount Ro*y/��,  Vice-President:   Hon. Gbokgis A. Drummokd.  General Manager:   E. S   Clouston, .  Branches in London, Eng. \ Cm'��'^'ISSSL} New YcrK, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling- Ex :hantfc and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers* Credits, available In any partjof the world.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANE, Manager;  *=5  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  WHITE HORSE niiner.il claim in  the Kettle  River Mining Division Of Yale.  Where situate :   Iu Copper Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, B. L. Wood, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B. 41502, on behalf  of nn self and as agent for James Graham, Free  Miner'*? CertificateNo. B 'I0609and   Annie Hud-  a, Free Miner's Certificate No. B42634 and  Aiargaret E. Mercer, Free Miner's Certificate  No. B55805, intend sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining* Recorder ipr  a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose  of obtaining* a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  Aud further take notice that action,  under  section 37,   must  be  commenced   before   the  1-sSHiince of such Certificate of Improvements.  ���   Dated this 16th day of December, 1900.  First issne January 10. B. L. WOOD.  A reduction   in   clothing*   at   P. *J.  Mitchell's.  Besides tlie regular  RUA.Y Ore Car, we ean  build any kind or Ore Cars  to suit every requirement  from your plans and specifications.  hi wheels-are all cut  steel imported from Morton,  England. The axles are  the straight type of the-  Anaconda self oiling as you  may desire.  Drop us a line and let  us quote our prices and  further particulars.  VANCOUVER  ENGINEERING  WORKS, LTD.  Successors to  Armstrong & Morrison,  Machinists, Iron Pounders  Blacksmiths,Boilermakers  VANCOUVER. B, C.  TiMmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^K  THE BANK OF  ritish North America  Established 1836.     Incorpooated ty It��y��I Ckirtcr.  Capital;^l,000,000-$4,866.666.66  Reserve Fund, ^350,000--$l,703,333.33  W' : ���   a  HEAD OFFICE:   LONDON. ENGLAND.  H. STIKEMAN, General Manager, Montreal,  J ELMSLY. Inspector, Montreal.  Branches and agents  in all  the  principal cities  of   Canada and the  United States, and correspondents in all parts  of the world.  Greenwood Branch:  W. G. H- BELT, Manager.  THE f AMMAN RANK OF f OMERCE  With Which te IncorporatedUhe  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.       -     Rest, $2,000,000  HON. GEO,A. COX, President.   B, E. WALKER. General Mumr  H. R. DAVIDSON,  ACTING MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCB.  f~***>  Pi  ft   ��;-' ti /t*s s  "v.  ,   Pump  Catalogues and  Specifications scot upon  request.   We manufacture also Northey Gas and  Gasoline Engine���cheap-  handy���safe.     Send for  Booklet.  Cunllffc& McMillan,  Agents at Rossland B.C.  Vancouver Engineering  j Works, agents at Vancouver, B. C  0   Klac St. Sntwsr  James Cooper Mfg, Co.,    I  *H��~  -MONTREAL, QUEBEO  MANUFACTURERS OF  -������  1 lH9er$oll=$eraeant \ R0Ck drills, straight line 1  E mA<*kitl*t*U X   DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM- 1  g     ������iiiacningry.*     i pressors .... 3  I BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc. COMI"'EJFEAM��tK,WM,i'"'s 1  ���S; Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills. _��_-������_ stock carried IN ROSSLA.Nl>. ���%���  ��~ R. JI. ��. mcnally, Rossland, B. ��. ~5  ^auuiumuuiuuiaiiiaiiiiiiiiiaiiauaaaiuiuiiaiiiiiuiiiiaiuuiuiiuiuiuiiiiaiuiiiiuiiaiiui  Greenwood is  the financial and commercial centre 01 the gJE  Boundary Creek District    It is the supply point for the S��  Mining camps. \From  the city roads lead to Greenwood. g��  Deadwood,  Copper, Summit,  Long Lake, Skylark, White ����  and At-wood, Wellington and other Boundary Creek camps. g~  Robt.-Wood or C. Scott Galloway, Greenwood. |��  ~;      For prices of lots and other  i5      information, address THE BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES.  local sews:  LiOsT-Between Anaconda and Greenwood, or on the street, one ladies silver  watch, initials lv. C. H. on front of  same.    Mrs. L.   C, Harris, Anaconda.  Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mowat left on  Thursday for their old home in. Toronto after a re idence of nenrly three  years in Greenwood. Both made  numerous friends in this city, allot  whom regret their departure.  Pinjf Ponff has struck town. The  game of in door tennis which has captured every city and village from London all around the world has reached  Greenwood. The ping pong of the  celluloid balls can be heard at all hours  of the day and night. The game was  introduced by the Saints' Rest, and on  Monday night a house party was given  and the game exemplified by the  Saints.. The contagion soon spread  and several orders have been placed  for the necessary plant wilh which to  beguile long winter nights and at the  same time be iti the swim.  The semi-annual meeting of the  Trades and Labor coancil was held on  Monday   night   when   the    following  officers were elected :    President, Geo.  *������?*��� . .  Dourthey; VLce-pres., Clias._ Dempsey;  Sec-treas., C. W. Wilson.  U. S. Consul Col. Dudley of Vancouver, accompanied by Mr. Jackson  the consular agent at Rossland v!sited  Greenwood this week. Col. Dudley is  sizing up the situation with a view to  arranging for .the .appointment*, of a  consu1 air agent in the Boundary.;  Ihe meetings of the Greenwood  Literary society are being welL attended. Last Wednesday night in the  Methodist church Duncan Ross read a  paper pn journalism and, an interesting* arid well contested debate followed;  The subject was annexation vs Canadian independence.. /Duncan Mcintosh  led the annexation forces and R. P.  ���McRaechahipio.ned the cause of independence. Mr. Mcintosh was supported by.J..Lukoy and Duncan Ross while  Rev.' Dr. McRae and 'Mr. Mayock  helped the cause of independence. The  judges, Rev?Mr,���vRobins, Dr. Simmons!  and Mr. McTavish decided- in favor of  the'ahne'xationists.;; Miss Laird cou tri-.  buted a patriotic song. ���  ��� T-*A" telegram from Senator ' Tetnple-  -nian announces .'that the,; provincial  . liberal convention, has,been adjourned  until Thursday, February '6th, one  week later than when first called.  BoRN*-7''At-,Greenw9od)  B.vC..  on  the  '_''   iS��'th'���';in's't.yto'i the .wife of  A.   W  '   '  Strickland, a daughter. ,  V<*.;*..-��� y.J. MINERAL ACT.  .,   Certificate,of. Imsrovemaiits.  ~ ..NOTICE. ', * ��� .  'FLORENCE PRA.CTIONA.L" Mineral claim  situate in the Kettle Kiver. Milling* Division .of Yale District.  "'- V'WlVefe located'!' * Deadwood caiiip adjoining* the Crown Silver and C. O. D. Mineral  claims.  TAKE NOTICE Ut.tt T. Clive Pritiple,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 4()314,  'uuend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements",for" the "purpose"* of���obtain ing*-a'  Crown Grantof the above claim.  And furtlier* take notice t.iat action under  ��� section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of siich Certi ficate of Improvements.  Dated this ntltday of November", A. D., 1901.  ''-���*.', CLIVE FRISGLE.  ..;..  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  "    '���"".'''    :      NOTICK "    '   "'   '  ���''DOMINION" and 'NUMBERTWO"Mineral  . Claims'siitnte in tlte   Kettle. River - Mining  Dlri-sii.in of Yale Distr'uu. Where located:���In  Deadwood Camp.  TAKE NCmCEtliat I, Clive PritijrU, Free  Miner's CertUicile. Xo. D4i).ill, intend  sixty iliiys [ruin the date hereof loupplv to the  JlinitiK keconk'T fur'ii'** Certiiicii.itj ��f Improve-  litems for the piirpusu ot obtaining it Crown  GrMtit of lite uboru e iiim  And further tnke notiee tliat action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  lastiitnce of ��ueh Cortl ' ������iite nf .Improvement.  Dated this Will day of November, A. D., iOOl.  ���"-���*���     CL[VE I'UINGLE  Boundary Creclt-Mining& Milling Co. Ltd  Notice of Annual and Special General  Meetings.  NOTICE Is hereby piven that tlie annual  Ifeneral ineetiti'fof shareholders, in the above  named ���-.���unpiuy will be held at the ollice rif llio  company, Grei-uwood, on Saturd iy, Jami-iry  2"), 1902, at 3 o"clocl< p in., to rccei ve a report of  the Directors and Auditor for the year l'JOl,  and to elcctdirectors for tlie ensuing year.  ., A special general meeting ot shareholders  will be held at the same place at 3:30 o'clock p  m. of the same (lay, to authorize anil ratify tin-  sale or other disposal of the lands, properties  and other assets ofthe company.  E. JACOBS,  Secretary.  Greenwood,!!. C. January 3, 1902.  GEORGE H. MAY8ARD  GUN  AND LOCKSMITH.  :: ALL, KINDS  OF REPAIRING  NEATLY DONE  Bicycles Repaired and Rented-  50.00 in cash will buy a. seveu drawer  new Singer sewing* machine. At A. L.  White's 2nd Hand Store.  CAMP  McKINNEY  >       ...UUiJi��...  Hiigh Cameron :-: Prop.  Best   Brands   Wines,(>T,iquors  and  Cipars.   Good Stabling*,  CAMP McKINNEY. B, C,  COMPANIES* ACT, 1897.  Morrison   Mines,   Limited.(Non-Per-  sonal Liability.)  Xal<e itotiec that tlie shares in tho Morrison  Mines, Limited, (Non-Personal Liability) hereinafter described, have been declared in default  and will be sold at public auction to the highest  bidder for cuslt, at the oflice of thesaid company, Kendall build!ntr, Copper street, Greenwood, JI. C, on Tuesday the lStlt day of February, 19o2, at the hour of four o'clock in the  afferiioou , to satisfy assessments wlilclt have  bicn made thereon and arc in default for a  period exceeding- sixty days after notice and  dciiiHud of payment of such assessments.  R. P. Ritlfet & Co.  LIMITED  ;   if, ���  ���  WHOLESALE   GROCERS  WINE AND SPIRIT    .  MERCHANTS.  VICTORIA, B.C.  :ul ��  ORXITURE;  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE!  BAR GOODS  Certificate  No.  The largest   hotels and finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  VICTORIA, B. C.  IpiM^w^Na:^.;..  ��*:*',:    **:''ADA0|'F 1 d-~-  RAILWAY  World's Scenic Route  DIRECT LINE  36  43  <-5  94  95  1��  173  no  132  191  297  334  3C1  302*  363  364  365  360  367  363  369  870  371  372  373  406  420  428  429  430  431  480  431  482  530  534 .  685  636  706  713  714  715  716  "720  742  744  745'  746 '  793  795  796  1076  1077  1078  1095  1123*  1130  1155  1227  1264  1367  1407  1408  1535  1599  1654  1663  1692  1743  1753  1759  1802  1822.  1831-  1835  1854  1869  1876  No, of  Shares  SOO  4000  11)00  SOO  1000  2500  lt:00  1000  iO OU0  1000  2000  3000  2500  2500  2500  1000  1000  1O00  1000  ; 1000  500  500  500  500  500  21 500  1000  500  500  500  500  1500  2000  700  5000  12000  ; soo"  500  5000  sot)  500  500  500  . 2500  40 000  10C0  1000  1033 '  ��� 500  2000  1000  10.000  10 000  10 000  2000.*  150  3000  500  2 ��00  2500"  1000  SOO  500  1500  500  5000  5OOD  5000  1000  5000  , 5000  3600  50o  1000  100o  1000  . 500  100  rVmouut of Assessment Due  and Unpaid.  $  4.oo  32.oo  3.00  4.00  3.oo  7.5o  800  800  80.00  8.00  I6.00  24.00  20.00  2o.oo  2o.oo  8.00  8.00  ���   8.00  8.00  8.00  4.00  4.00  4.00  4.00  4.oo  6+.5o  8.00  4.00  4,oo  4.00  4.00  12.00  . I6.00  6.60  40.00  lb.oo  1.5o  1.5o  4o.oo  4.oo  4.oo  4.00  4.oo  7.5o  32o.oo  8.00  8.00  8.66  4.00  O.00  8.00  80.00  80,00  80.00  ln.oo  1.2o  9.oo  l.So  2o.oo  2<).oo  8.00  4.00  4.00  12.oo  4.00  4o.oo  4o.oo  4o.oo  - 8.00  15.00  15 00  28.80  4.on  8.00  3.00  8.00  4.oo  3o  \-  V  Dated this i7th clay January, A.D., 1902.  ' A. P. OLIVER, .  Secretary Morrison Mines, Limited.  EAST  Winnipeg  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal..:.  New York  WEST  Vancouver  Victoria  Seattle  i:^rtlanA-=-.i,_-_  San Francisco  via Soo Line, St. Paul, Chicago  and"all U. S. points.  COMER OF SILVER AND GREE5WO0D  STREET.  TOURIST SLEEPING SERVICE  Lv   Revelstoke   Wednesday. Friday-and Sunday.  Lv.  Dtinmore Jet.  Monday. Thursday and -Saturday.  Lv. Kootenay Ldg. Friday, St. Paul,  Toronto, Montreal and Boston.  WtTCT       Leave Revelstoke Mon-  VV LiU l    da-v' Wednesday  and 3at-  urday, 'Vancouver, Seattle,  Coast  STEAMSHIP SERVICE  Vancouver to Alaska, Hawaii, China,  Japan, Australia.  Through bookings to .Europe, via  Atlantic Line  Prepaid tickets from all points at  lowest rates.  For berths, time tables, rates and  lull information npply to  -    Greenwood.  E. J. Covi,d,  A. G. P. A.  Vancouver.  E. R. REDPATH,  J. S. Caktrr,  Die. Pass. Agt.  Nelson.  MINERAL ACT.  CERTIFICATE  OF  IMPROVEMENTS.  -   NOTICE.  "QUEEN RESS" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Keltic Kiver Milling DLiioioit of   Vale   1>U-  trict.   Wliere located:���In Long* Lake Cami>,  formerly called   Gold   Drop  Camp,   lyinff  ���'North-Easterly   from  and adjoining  the  '.'Roderick Dhu" mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Frank B.Goetter,  of Colville, Wash., U. S. A., Free Miner Certi-  fiomic'-No. B40458 and W. G-.McMynti. of Grcett-  woud.B.c. Free Miner Certificate No. B4060I, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to applj  to tlie Mining* Recorder for Certificates of Im-  prcvemen ts. for the purpose of obtaining Crown  grant of the above claim.  A-iidJurtUei^take notice that- action, under  'section 37j must"be^^nraciiceS"bef6"re~tlis is-~  suahce of sucli Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 25th day of November, 1901.  FRANKS.   GOETTER,  WILLIAM GRAHAM McMYNX  MINERAL ACT, 4896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK. -  "QUIEN SABE" Mineral  Claim, situate  in the  Kettle   River  Mining  Division   of  YaleDistrict.   Where locaied:���it: Copper  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Geo. A. G ucss, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B406I.S, for myself  and as aijettt for Sydney M. Johnson, Free  Miner's CcrtiBcaic No. B8120, and for Colin  McRae, FreeMincr's Certificate No. B40635, intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under  section 37, must tic commenced before ihe issuance of such Certiiicate of Improvements,  Dttcd thW third day of December, A. D.  190:.  GEO. A. GUESS  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that nn annnal general gon-  era| meeting of 'shareholders In the Kinkora  MiiiliiK Company,I/lmlied, non-personal liability, will be held at the Company's office, Room  1, Wallace-Miller If loch. Copper St,, Greenwood,  Jf. C, un Monday, the third day of February,  1002, at the hour often o'clock, a. m., for the  purpose of electing* officers and directors for the  ensuing year, asd transacting such other business as may then be deemed advisable in the  interest of the said Company.  Dated at Grand Forks, B. C. Dec. 26th, 1901.  FELIX HUGHES,  Scc.-Treas, and Gert, Manager.  "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"  V  Assets ... $304,568,063.49 Surplus .  . $66,137,170.01  H, ALLENBERG, Manager,  605-606-607 Empire State Building, -- Spokane, Wash.  CHARLES T. KIPP. Cashier-  Office Tel. Brown, 211. Residence Tel. South, 801.  V  Heavy and  Shelf Hardware  Groceries  and Provisions  ���AT THE���  9  . < .*:--���  *  P. BURNS & CO.  Vol  Wholesale and Retail Meat"'  Merchants.  Markets at.:   Greenwood, Grand Forks, Midway, and Phoenix,  ��  ��  9  9  9  -9-  *��  ��  *  V  0  0  ���  9 ���-������ -���*        0  9 ������;....-.*,���       *,-     ��� �����  9 *.*������'������*. ��  S ��� **.    0  Wt.99999 ������������ 000*00 ��0��t��00000000000000��00��00000e������l��0  &  f "WELL THAT'S FINE"  Is what they all say about  .THE NEW GEM SAFETY RAZOR  Impossible   to cut the  facet  shaves  easily, quickly and cleanly,  ULustratcd booklet free.      Mail Orders promptly filled,  McLennan,   McFeely   &   Company  Wholesale Hardware Merchants,  122 Cordova. Street, VANCOUVER, B. C.  ^^^�������|��>��'��'������4-'��'������'t��4��4��4t'l>,l>'��'��'f@  For Sale,  A complete stock of watch materal with cabinet, one watch filass cabinet  couiDlete witli glasses, three work benches, two tables, one w��tch fcoart, oae  watch sign 40 inches diameter. 22 k gold leaf and sundry other articles,  a These foods are part of the W. E. Macpherson estate and must fee solg gt  once.   For uartiCHlars apply to W. 0, WRIOHT. Assismee-  /���-


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