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 ;"*wwsjfcg^^^p-���^.r^pp-u,,������_,!._,   ~Tu���[,"  ,t���?',i     ���   ;~   , .,���_,- J TT7T ������    ;'t\i~..  , ��� ������'.,������    ..-.���.     ' ,-i '--,'y -,."'������,.' ���;'. '~--"���-���������> " ������   ^T   ���"������ ���   T    j       i   liT^i      i   i  >"-�� 0^ 07^^^^  <���  14  i i  Vol. 10  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, FERBUARY 14, 1902.  No. 23.  ���t  Martin and Ills Friends Slew Both Constltu-  t/on and  Executive���Many Leave Hall Is  Disgust WliHe Others Fix Things.  The recent Liberal convention at  Vancouver appears to have been a  howling- success. The Hon. Joseph  Martin appears to have gotten in his  fine Italian hand in great shape and  demonstrated that he is still fitfor a  fight. The summining up of reports  of the convention would indicate that  "some of the delegates properly so constituted were turned out and others  more in harmony with the scheme  turned in.  The Victoria and other delegates  withdrew iu a body, disgusted with  the proceedings. The E/iberal editors  and members of the provincial executive were told to vacate to better  men.  To a man al this distance it looks as  if the question of men and cliques had  been preferred lo province and party.  The convention developed the deeply  intimate knowledge many liberals had  of sufficient unfitness of many other  liberals. That section of the party in  control declared in favor of party lines  in provincial politics, chose Joseph  Martin for leader and "recommended  Maxwell for a cabinet position.  The convention will behest degnified  if aLl stories are true by not going into  fuller details.  ^ Womens Christian Temperance Union  The WomensChristian Temperance  Union begs to lay befoie the public a  report of the work done by their Union  during the year 1901. There are at  present 13 members .vis? 5 honorary  members. Mrs,. Gorden Li rant expresses  verv beautifully why there is a W. C.  T. 0. 'oiiB says: "It '"is because our  hearts are'burdened with the cares, the  temptations, the sorrows of humanity,-  and wc want lo help other*, lo bear  their burden*., to protect them from the  temptations of tlieir environments, lu  comfort them in their sorrows and lo  bring happiness and peace to their  lives. It is because we believe in a  common brotherhood because the mes-  sage "Bear ye one another's burdens,''  lias been burned into our hearts.  Since January 1901 there have been  received by the treasurer as clues aud  donations $29.35 and out of this have  been paid $2.40 affiliation dues 36,SO for  flowers etc., for city hospital, S9,25 to  Mrs. G. Grant when visiting us, S9.15  for material and fittings for comfort  bags for twenty-four miners, SSc Ser.  expenses. During the year Hip reading room opened to the public by the  W. C. T. U., has been kepi running  and the Union wishes to take this opportunity to thank the citizens of  Greenwood for the subscription.-, and  and donations received from them.  Although now in a smaller place the  room is warm and well fitted up- The  expenses now arc much Ies*--. aud if the  city council will grant us 3l5 pur month  ii will cover the rent and light, We  believe the frequenters of the room will  subscribe enough to furnish the reading matter. Captain Lacy of the Salvation Army has kindly offered to look  after the reading room free of charge  for which we wish to thank him. The  money received for ihe reading room  since Feburary 19Q1, amounts toS608,SO  made by donations and subscriptions  from citizens and the Union members  by socials etc. The expenses amount  to S619.35 being S330 for rent and light  S1S5 for care taker's salary the balance  for furnishings, reading matter and  sundries.  By Ordrr Of The Union.  1147 Laborers Wanted  Yon can secure work, to last yon  from 1 to 5 years owing lo the course  you select iii the International- Correspondence schools. 90 courses of  study, No books to buy, 400.0U0 students. Would you like a free lesson in  Spanish, French ,or German with  Phoiiog'iUplr. **SVrite or call and see  C- ,H.   ESHJ3-VUGH,  L,o'ck Box 7S1. Rossland, B.C.  �� $4000 in Prizes $4000 J  KODAKS  And Supplies.  Step iuts our Kodak department  and hear about the progress competition. $4000 in prizes.offered.  You have 200 chances to get a  prize ranging from 55 to S1S0.  Our dark room is at YOUR service, auybody using the supplies  we handle can compete,  ^������'M5l**********5,*I*4t*f***.**t**.*f.*>*t**.****<  The New Game���very  popular   wherever   introduced. 1~^v  Also extra raquets and  balls will���arrive -very-  shorllv.  OUR  I,INK Of  MulLS mical-Stipply C<  L1��)UUUJ j stock t0  ,for B.C. Assay & Che-  Co.   A  irge  stock to meet  demands of mining co's carried.  J. L. WHITE  Successor to Miller Bros. ������  Dispensing Chemist, Greenwood  is.simply grand. Call  and see them. They  will interest voir.  Smith & McRae  Hooks,   Paper,   Ollicis   Supplies,   Wall  l';ipor, Photo Supplies,  ^5^i^?^?��;#^ <^C"XK"X":"X��>'>��x��M��x~:��M��>':��K''  ����H0UP��H!HiH(t <��*<*##��* �����*!<*<H>t KnSifiHisfiHSt  ..Amateur Photographers,. |  6  ft   Bring  your films- aud plates to  ��.-': J-L. COLES  w  jj   Developing, priming andmo.unt-  �� .ing-.Sl.00 a dozen.  ��  9   ''  9 ������   Unmounted 65 cents a dozen.  ft  ft    . ��� -.,    *.������-.- ���'---'.: - ' '  ft Work strictly first-class.  4 ;.. '������:'���. -..������'���-;���  i  Always  in  stock a full  line of  amateur photographic  supplies  % E. goles,  Books,   Stationery,   Office  Supplies, etc.   '     _  $ft#fts;3#iss ��##*#��#���:�� <h&**v��wjS3  * 9 t�� 9 * i!�� IK * ft 9 fi< >!' K* !t tr C * ��t if ft tf ft tf ft  iH.il KING &C0.  ft ft  ft.  ft  must  reduce their  ,���     large  stock   of"  UUi  They, offer Brrgaiiis  ���in���  g Shannon Files,  nK BooK<  Inks of all lunds,  I    Blank BooKs,  % ���-..  Typewriter Paper,  ; Writing laterals.  The Boundary Creek  District to   Become. n  Great Smelting Ccntre-AH That Is Needed  Is Cheap Freights and Cheap Fuel.  "W. M. Brewer Mining Engineer of  Victoria 15. C, was in town several  days during the latter part of last week  inquiring into existing- conditions in  the mining camps about Greenwood.  He expressed himself as much pleased  with what he saw and went away linn  in the conviction that the mining and  smelting future of the Boundary is assured. "All that is needed to build up  a great and paying smelting itidusln  here are equitable taxation, cheap fuel  and cheap freights," said lie in an Lu-  teivicw with a representative oi the  Times.  "Even with your low grade ores and  your high priced labor you are mniinjf  the worlds record in copper production  even rivalling- the record of Duck town  Teuu., where labor is only a dollar a  day.  Mr. Brewer foresees great magnitude  ahead for the smelting industry of  Greenwood and the Boundary. With  Copper at 13c in New York he feels  satisfied that good profits await the  producer here.  The fact that the Greenwood smelter  with a normal capacity of 240 tons  daily averaged over 330 tons for every  day in 1901 whether running or not,  and that it had a record of over 450 Ions  a day. affords demonstration of the  readiness with which the ores flux.  This quality adds materially to the  value of the ores inasmuch as it cheapens reduction both by saving in c.->st of.  fluxes and in economy of smelter capacity. - "  Mr. Brewer spoke very highly ot the  Sunset propety and-looks to see--k become a big minx;.' ��� ���   '  SineiLCi -mini every whele Ioc'a v^>-i>" *  feeling of jealousy at the Granby and  Greenwood smelters because of ..the  record they are making-Li cheap smelting.     -   ��� "*���"."  The refrain.of Mr, Brewer's encouraging words w"as~\vith' cheap fuel and  cheap freights Greenwood has a great  future.  Curling-  The Times sporting editor has been  laid up all the week. He caught cold  last Friday watching the Greenwood  boys playing host, lying around the  outside" circle ~whiie~the Phoenix bo\s  used up the "tee". He forgets the  name of the skip and bis team but remembers that in the evening skip  Strickland with Merritt, Humphrey  and Chesterton entertained skip Craw:  ford and associates of Phoenix to a  game ,0! the real thing, the score  standing : '  Phoenix���11.  Greenwood���16.  This week the local links are making  glor}r for the club at a rapid rate.  PERSONALS  Rev Medley of Rossland exchanged  services with Rev, W. A. Robin* last  Sunday.  Judge Forin of Nelson has been in  town lliis week holding courl for Judge  Leamy.  Excursion rates 011 the Canadian  Pacific to the Rossland carnival Feb.  20th to 22nd.  A. C. Flumnierfelt of the Gra'nby  smelter and D. Wilson Inspector of  schools are iu town.  Mr. C. Biting Merritt spent a few  days wilh his relatives in Phoenix the  latter part of last week.  Dr. Schon has been appointed midi-  cal health officer forthe Kettle.River  mining division, vice Dr. Jakes resigned.  The St Leon Hot springs hotel is  now open for business. Tlie hotel is  certainly a line one and the location  charming,  C. Scott Galloway has returned from  a pleasant though hurried trip lo  Spokane, He speaks highly of Spokane's nerve and liti-sllc.  Congratulations are tendered Mayor  Naden on the recent arrival of a bouncing boy at his home on the hill. The  Mayor is smoking a lot this week and  smiles very easily.  -. The Carnival was a success last  evening. The ice was somewhat rough  along the sides of the building where  the Curlers', wild stones had ploughed  things dp.  Mr. and Mrs," Arthur Mowat who  recently left Greenwood to the deep  regret of a large circle of friends are at  present in Toronto. The departure of  men like Mr. Mowat from a community  is a decided loss. Sterling men are al  ways missed.  T#e Enid Martin Concert company  are at present touring Canada and'giv-  ing concerts all along the line from  Vancouver lo Montreal. They gave  the most successful concert of the season in Vancouver a short, time ago.  "They will be in Greenwood on Saturday the firsc'oi March  M. M. Walsh president and manage  of the Monterey Gold mining company  of Myers Creek was in town recently.  When interviewed he declined to confirm or deny the truth of the reported  strike 011 the company's property on  Copper mountain, He stated that the  company had recently survej'ed its entire group of claims and would seek  patent with dispatch. Further than  this he was reticent.  A Story of How a Neatly Written Letter with  Glaring and  Pretentious Head  Lines Be-  sulted-From Office to Jail.  Say!    Please don't mention that five  end score to Russell. --  Wickwire- Wortman.  The ease of Wickwire vs Wortmun  came before Judge Forin on Wednesday morning last. Thi* was the case  where Wortman filed a pre-emption  chiim over"certain mineral claim.-,, mid  proceeded to take nil" tho wood. The  judge held that the minora! claims  held precedence and found Worlinau  guilty of trespass. Mineral stakes  may hereafter in this part of the  country serve a.s notice to the laud  seeker not to interfere.  Cosgrove's Merry AJafters Here-  The Cosgrove Merry Makers appear  at the Auditorium this evening. Our  eastern exchanges .report them as  playing to crowded houses and giving  their patrons lots of enjoyment.  Seats on sale at the drug- store of J.  L. White, corner of Copper and Greenwood streets. ,,  ' . ' -  SjHa fSAiiirifqnr Minna  r inn Wiiil! urns  H'   Total amount of ore shipped  8 during'1901 in round numbers.  g5 Tons.  I Phoenix Camp. 235,o  I Deadwood Camp <)0,o  I Summit Citm-p 50,ooo s  1 Sundry smaller properties  6,000 i  &   U  1 ��� 381,000 1  j|    Treated   bv   Granby Smelter f>  I  1901. 230,000,  p    Teated   by Greenwood Smel-  1 terin 1901, 120,000.  A few days ago the secretary of the  Greenwood Board of Trade received a  circular from Fernie, signed by S.  Gahriel of "The Kootenay Association"  setting forth the. purposes of the association as.  1. Providing the provinceof British  Columbia with a supply of labor suitable for every class of work.  2. Further financing old established  companies.  3. Promoting companies, aud capitalising new concerns in the great areas  undeveloped.  It asked for reply by return mail for  an estimate ou the labor market here  and the number of men that would be  required during the year. He. made  no reply thereto but thought considerable.   '  And now comes the Fernie Free  Press with an interesting- story as to  the operations of this concern with  branches in L,ondon, Liverpool Cardiff, New York, Montreal and Westminster.  In answer to advertisements in eastern and other papers, stating that they  had positions to fill they received  many letters, lots of tnem enclosing a  51.00 fee for a job that was imaginary.  Attention having been drawn to the  parties, the police made short work of  them. The Press tells this part of the  story thus :  Attention was drawn .to the operations of the concern by the enormous  amount' of mail being received, and  Chief Barnes' eagle eye was directed  upon the'.exploiters. He kept posted  daily .as to the proceedings, and oa  Wednesday he. was given a tip that  one of the members of the Kootenay  Association was contemplating an exodus -to fresh fields and pastures new,  to wit, Nelson, B.C., by the freight  'train route. The wily'chief decided it  was time to act, and immediately  swore out warrants for the outfit and  placed them iu the hands of Constable  Henderson, Wednesday night. He had  the bunch all roped and in the bull  pen in a few hours. Proceeding on a  search warrant.-the premises ocenpied  by the trio were searched and a pile  of correspondence that could truly be  described as voluminous brought in,  besides,some money, postal notes and  express orders which had been recently  received. The correspondence bore  evidence of considerable skill and business training on the part of the Association, and an inspection of a pile  of it discovered that one concern in  town had been loaded up with IS cashiers, all at munificent salaries, of  course without the knowledge and consent of the concern-most interested.  The young men were arraigned before S. M. Armstrong Thursday night  on a nominal charge of obtaining  money under false pretenses, to which  they plead not guilty. W. R. Ross appeared on their behalf and asked to  have them released on their own  recognizances, which the magistrate  denied and enlarged the case for eight  clays,  New Stoves for sale and exchange  see A. L. White the 2nd Hand man.  I  Sw@^*^^Si����^}fw^^^iKiBS3S^K9?��SJw  Some of the local Curlers arc becoming so warm over the game that they  are kept on ice most of the time,  Pianos and Sewing machines for sale  or rent O. I. C. Second Hand Store  Phone 106.  *��$#**$## $##*lJiS#0*S##'v��*ff*  The local Lodge of 1. O. O., has invited their Phoenix brethren down, on  Tuesday next , to do second degree  work. O'dd -Fellows throughout the  district ' are invited. Rrfreshments  will follow.  O<KMMXMXKX>0OO0<XK>0<>O<KXMXK><KK)OO<)O<>OOO0<XHXMXKX  |    BOOS FOR THE BOUNDARY.  The Nelson Tribune is authority for the statement  that a reduction of Si.25 per ton has been made in the  price of coke for the Boundary smelters.i! The price of  coke was cut from $4.75 to $4.oO f. o. b. and the freight  rate from $3.00 to $2.50, a total reduction from $7.75 to  S6.50���a 16 per cent cut.  (.We have enquired into the above and find it sub-  ,   stantially correct.���Editor.  0-CK><>0-O00-<>0-0<KX>0<><><>^^ V  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES.  Columbia. Tei/kpiionk  Ho. -10.  Yernon & Nelson Tki.kimioni! No. 29.  SUBSCRITTIONS IN ADVANCE,  ' Pek Year '" S 2 00  Six Months  1 25  To Foreign COUnthiks..  2 ��0  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 14, 1902.  CHEAP FDEIv.  Elsewhere appears a Report of the  last meeting of the Greenwood Board  of Trade. The subject entrusted to  delegates for. special introduction to  the approaching convention is of one  great interest to the Boundary country.  Considerably over half the entire cost  of smelting and treating ore consists  in th:- cost of fuel, and the cheapening  of coal and coke to the extreme limit is  vital to the copper situation of this  region. Realizing this the Green-wood  Board of Trade has moved in the matter of cheap fuel. Tlieir delegates will  look for the support of the Associated  Boards of Trade in the matter aiid  trust that the voice of the convention  will speak ,in sympathy���'; with their  cause. ��� It is true that the ore deposits  of this region are phenomenal in size,  it is true that their natural smelting  qualities are unexcelled, but it is  equally true that with the reduced  price of copper, a price doubtless reduced to stay at least partially, these  low grade ores can be made to pay  only under the most favorable conditions of reliable labor, cheap  freights, and cheap fuel. The mining  industry of the Boundary under proper conditions is bound to be one of  "'b<SngtSiily"eiilat��n  industry, still'infant, gives notice of a  lusty growth and vigorous future. But  it must be safeguarded within and  without. Effective management, skilled reduction, economic direction are  not alone sufficient. It must have the  parental oversight of the provincial  government to see that it is unhampered and unhindered by vexatious tolls  and taxes and bounties,  The industry is no beggar. It de-  'sires to share the burden of public  taxation, but i. rebels at the imposition of more than its just dues. It  must have the parental oversight of  the Federal govern ment too in the  direction already referred to, the insurance of cheap fuel and cheap  freights. If the gr��5rt���deposits of  coal to our east arc not so administered as to forever guarantee the great,  growing smelling industry of the  Boundary the very essence of its life  and growth���cheap fuel -then nature  made a mistake in placing these two  naturally complementary things in  such close relation, or man made a  mistake in confiding these great treasures to unworthy administration.  thunder and lightening. The low area  extends over Victoria and far into the  interior.  Happening to have ;i key to the  code at hand, a Times reporter is able  to translate the signal into Boundary  English. It is highly political and  reads :  "Dark  clouds obscure  the political  sky,  The litful glass is low,  Above the billows men espy  The storm}" petrel Joe."  THANKS.  "We are in receipt of a very neat atlas  of Western Canada, with the compliments cof the Hon. Clifford Sifton,  minister of the interior. The publication is issued by -the-department of  the interior and in addition to excellent  maps of the various provinces and districts of the Dominion is replete with  terse information not only for the  resident of Canada but for the intending immigrant.;'/.    .'.���������.'���..'���;  BOARD OF TRADE.  The Greenwood Board of Trade at a  recent-meeting elected delegates to the  meeting of the Associated Boards of  Southern British Columbia to convene  at Kaslo on February 26th. .The delegates Were instructed to introduce', to  the convention a resolution looking to  cheap fuel supply, for the' smelting, industry of.the province. :���'������'���.'<(;���  EDITORIAL CHAT.  That Senator Templeman ais to be a  member, of the cabinet appears no  longer in doubt. Advices from Ottawa  indicate-that presently he is to become-  minister of marine and fisheries.- This  news will be welcomed by the people of  British Columbia of all parties. By  such promotion a zealous senator will  become an 'efficient minister of the  crown.  .-^We-cong-ratulate~our-okl--frierid-=F-r  P. Thompson of.New Brunswick, brother of Mrs. H. L,- Jorinston of this  city, upon his promotion to the senate  of Canada.  While mining must more and more  become the leading industry of British  Columbia, the province may ultimately  become a great dairying country. At  present it is a most profitable milch  cow for the Domiuiou,  Give thanks with us. Wc have  reached the end of the stock of  gray'tissue paper ou which we have  been trying to print a paper lately. We  trust to issue the Times iu black and  white hereafter.  News of a "financial crisis'1 similar  to tha,t of which has been worrying the  Times for some lime has reached the  ears of F. J. Proctor, and in a recent  pamphlet he tells the story. This time  it is the province of British Columbia  that i.s embarrassed and the story of  the same is told in a business like way.  Wc regret that our narrow limits will  not admit of a full review of this  excellent discussion.  9 *  9 9  9   ~      -  :v*��be--.Cailor 1  Has the most complete-  Stock     of     Tailoring  Goods in the Boundary  For an   up-to-date suit9  call on   ':    :. ���-':    :    :    :   :!:  '������".'���   ���'.''" 9  ��� *���  Greenwood's   'Leading    Tailor.   #  '.-   . '   '-��� ������ 9  ' - - 9  G;D.-F'17��'Y\rAA'n''';''::'D,'':'c''ri''';:''  iiLLili -iV'UUJ/j': ��� i/i ;:''v .^  ;   J.'C. D01TGLAS,   >rpp.   .  EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS:  THE, BEST , OF   FOREIGN   AND  DOMESTIC WINES,'LIQUORS  AND   CIGARS.":  FIRST-CLASS    SAMPLE    ROOMS  FOR   TRAVELLING   MEN.  ACCOMMODATION FOR 75 GUESTS  Near the  omerof Government and Greenwood  Streets.  MOKE ? ?  A GREAT STORM COMING.  The knowing ones do say there's a  hen on in copper circles, that the recent low quotations were fairy tales,  that little or no copper was sold at the  quotations and that it cannot be bought  iii quantity at to-day's prices.  The Liberal weather bureau man  down ou the coast has ordered up  storm signals over a large part of the  province. He reports a great gale as  about to break. The gale will be followed by heavy rains and some  severe  Some of the companies operating in  California oil fields, unwilling- that all  | their great gains shall go to further  I enrich the wealthy ones of that wealthy  state are trving to sell their stocks to  poor British Columbians. The quality  of mercy may be strained in this instance, it may enrich those who give  less than those who get.  9  If  ��� - 9  . *  ' 9  ONE OF MUNROE'S  CIGARS,  9  9             9]  S  THE BEST LINES iN  9  CIGARS,  TOBACCOS  and CIGARETTES  $        Newspapers,      Periodicals        %  |�� Stationery. f.  | A Full Lint Choice Candy I  Charles R Tittock,  *  'Prop's.  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  /  #%:-���/ ���*  >^.'  XV>.-\       5,   //a    as-P*  -PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietors  ASK FOR  ���./  ,"-.'^-*s',-  ,VV>  au'A' --4-; * ���'���'..  *  fi  The'Elkhorn Lager'.'Beet* Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It I It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  life! I III I- IN.  GEO. R. NADEN,  Manager;  REPRESENTING  The Phoenix- Fire Assurance  Co. of London, England.  The  Westerr) Assurance Co.,  of Toronto.    -  The British  America  Assur  -auce Co., of Toronto.  The  Cauadian  Birkbeck  In  vestment and Savings Co.  .MINES.  STOCKS,  REAL ESTATE  "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"  Assets . . $304,568,063.49      ..Surplus*". . $66,137,170,01  H, ALLENBERG, Manager,  605-600-607 Empire State Buildiug, --��� Spokane, Wash.  CHARLES T. KIPP. Cashier  Office Tel.  Brown, 211. Residence Tel. South, 801.  H. B- MUNROE   1  9  i ��   Copper Street.  Greenwood.  9  9&9%v%%9#-l-.>Ui!f&9&$&9&i!' 999999  50.00 in cash will buy a seven drawer  new Sinyor sewing- machine. At A. I/.  White's 2nd Hand Store.  11  11  11  11  11  11  *i%  11  11  11  11  11  11  11  31  31  11  11  11  11  11  11  11  ii  ii  *���>:  S^jtj^jAjt^Jt  .$,.*&&& J* jt  & �� J* Jt jJ j* jt Jt ,* ji jt & Jtjtjfijjt jt j*\* JU jtjtjtjt J.  S-jA Jt ,-* ���* .* J*.M ji j* jt j* J* J*%JAl*jJ Jjt -jXjtjl j* jJtJt.  The Russell-Law  Have been too busy to tell you about  X       their New Stock,     X      ' X.      X  They will next week.    Meantime call  X       in and look the place over,    X  *\,  *? & j? a? j? s? tf a? ��� "f &* a? ���$�����? af a? j? $" ^ v & ���& i? &  4  ^  '��fc  V*  Vtft  A  Vk;  fefc '  .  %<&  Va  r  ���fck   ..  %fc- \  -v��  ViR -.-������  -���     ,.  Va  Va  -  V*  Ssfe'.   ���  5r.k  &fc  c*fe ,,  &k" '  )  c*fe  /*fc  fefc  E-s.fe   '  fcfc'  %&  H?\?  h  A HOU0H
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THE   BOUNDARY
"tfRTSJBJK 'TIMES.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
HALLETT <& SHAW,
Bakristhrs, Solicitors,
Notaries Puet.ic.
Cable Address:   "hallett."
Cdrp.oralioii.fli Tie City :ol -. QreeawooA.
BMUf NO, 73.
Cnnv-K  J lJe<lford M'Noill'.s   Greenwood,
wnus   1 Moi-elit«f (iNeal'R
( Irellier's.,
I. II.   IfALCUTT.
B. a,
II. C. SJIA.W.
McL.EOD^& BROWN
Bakrjstjcks and Soucitoks,
Notarths Pum.ic, Etc.
Offices: Madcn-Klooil bln<:l<. Cn]i]ior slrcvt,
Greenwood. B.C.
J. R. JJrovv.y, J. 1>, Mcl.lcob.
CHARLES AE-. SHAW,
Civji, Encinrrk,
Dominion    and    Provincial
i/ani) sukvkvok.
GREENWOOD,    ;      .-      :       ;    B.   O.
BAUER & ASHCROFT,
Provincial Land Surveyors
Mining and Civil En Kineeritif.
Mineral Claims  Surveyed and Crown Grained
Land and Eiifriucerliiff Surveys
W. A. BAUER: C.E., P.L.S. A' E. ASHCROFT O.E iP.LS
■ .     VANCOUVER *'*     ;       * 6REENWO0D
Wood   Block,  next door   to   Custom;-office.
- .        TrRBENWOOD. li. C.     '        ,
A. "lty-liv.v to a.11 tliori a« tlie s.-ile of lands with-
iiillie'3Iunl<;i|-iitlUy <i( Uie Citv nf Greo.n vvootl,
uiion wliUli Taxes luiTuTwcndiie anil in arreai's
for two years |»rlor l«i Out liassiiiff of this ]!■>-•
law.
SOCIETIES.
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BOUNDARV VALLEY   LODGE
:■--'   Ko. 38,1.0.0. F.
Meets every Tuesday Evening- at 8.00-in 'tlieir
-.lodge room at Masonic Hall.    A cordial turl-
tiitlbu is extended to all sojourning brcl.Iiei.-n.
PbedD. Holmes", N.G.   AV. B. Frith, Ree.See
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; One of our brightest, ".best printed
and-'best:.made up 'exchanges is the
Phoenix Pione'er.   No,change baclc.
■ We hear that the advisability ; of
making the, government agerity" re'sid-
. ent at Greenwood, the official registrar,
of births and deaths for the district, is'
, being considered officially.'  . ! : •. ' .
We regret tliat several notices handed in to (lie Times were unav.oidaUly
crowded, out. last weekly -To;ensure
adinisbion matter for publication, iiitist
■ be brief,.;uk1 handed in ;by  Thursday;
:riiqon.;..'*:-.; '''*.••■'       ..-.'; '.;-'. "* '-'A;: '■-'''.   ■'','.''■''■■'
The secretary of the Board of Trade
is iii receipt of a tetter'froih Post OBice
inspector Dormaii saying that Uie matter of need for better railway facilities
for Camp McKinney and oth'er.points
west of Greenwood had been fully la.i<l
before the 'department.   '■'.'■".:■--.:'■
. That ; part of the" State of Wasli-
ington lyiiii,r along the Spokane Falls'
and Northern railway appears to. b«
showing itprich in all kinds aud colors
of marble. The farmers of Colville
will be dreaming they "dwelt in marble halls" presently.
Dr. J.. .C. Rutherford, of Portage la
' Prairie. Manitoba;lhas.be_en.. appointed
to succeed Dr. McEachren as chief
veterinary inspector of the Dominion,
making Ottawa his headquarters and
devoting his .'whole, time and attention
to the work of the department.
A five year contract involving a
yearly subsidy of 5300,000, one quarter
to be paid by Canada, has been entered
into between the British government
and the Canadian Pacific railway forthe conveyance of troops, mails and
stores between Halifax, Quebec. Montreal and Hong Kong.
The Wraiid. Forks people are still
agitating the question of a name foy
the recent consolidation of the two
town sites of Grand ForJ<s and Columbia. The present mood is unfavorable
to the name "Miner" which never was
appropriate. "Grand Forks" is by all
odds the best name. Lots of peopl*
liave heard of that and the work of
advertising already doim would be
largely lost. Then too the word
"Miner" would indicate to the outsider
that the place was a mining town when
it isn't. Grand Forks is a farming
town'
There appears to be quite an effort
just now by the European powers to
•show ;,that they were friendly to Hit
United States at the time of the Spanish war outbreak as well as to discredit
the frieualy attitude of Great  Britain,
It is announced that the V. V, & E.
railway will for the1 present abandon
effort to get their line into the smelter
at Grand Forks and now th* Grand
Forks board of trade proposes to see
what it cmi do about it. Perhaps tke
Grand Forks people have already done
too much. That's the war it looks tr>
a man from this distance.
WHEREAS It Is ex.|M!<Uiii»t Lliiil all lands, or
Improvements. or i"Ml property within, lliu
Mill lis nf ttio MuniciiiaUty of llio City of flrccu-
wooil upon wh.icl-1 '.Iii3i3cl-)i;tl 'Taxes li;i\-e lioiin
tliiiMtiit! In arroarfor tinjytiats prior lo Uie pas-
slimof tliis Jly-lav, Klia.ll3«! sold aud the pro-
ci'«clKa])]i1lc<l in tin', red u cti ii ii or sucli taxes.
Jid il lliereforc otiacU<l by tlie Municipal
Council of tlie City of <i r-eei ivixkI as follows:
3, Tliu ci>lleclnr'<if Uiq iVlutiiclnal Council «)f
tli« City of (»ru«mro<><l,i$.herebynullioriKeil and
directed vrlieuSDC-vor taxes oti any lands or im-
pi-«\ei1ieiilsorreal pni|ieTtj-liaT«! been <luc for
Iv« years prior to tha ii:iksI ii if oC tliis Bylaw to
Miliniil to tlio Mayor ofthe said City ol (Jnseii-
iv-oixl alist, in. duplicate!,-of ali l.nula. improvc-
n iciits or real jnrope rtyll a b le umlcrthe yrovision
ohb'ti byiaM-LohesoUi for|1a.sesvvitli tlie ainoum
of arrears apaiiisl ca<li IintfcLopposite llicsame,
and tlie Mayor sliall aii.lliuiltkale such list l>>-
allixi n (j- thereto tbe Scat or Lite M u n ici iiality anil
lilsSipnatiire. :ui<l .one oC such lists sliall becle-
oosited witli tlie Ciiy Cl«!«'l-c of Uie Mitnicipalilj-
aii<l tlic.otlic sliall be tetiinwcl lo tlie collcctor
wltli a tvarr nl theretoatiiiexe-a uiulcr liie liand.
of tlie Mayor and tlte Seitl of tlie .Municipality
octnitiandiiig-lilnt lo 1-e-vy upon the land, or hn-
pipvements, or real prperly for tlie arrears due
tbBrcoii, -with costs, Collector's commission
authorized by tills Bjlaw and coiitinpeiit es-
])cnses. . 	
Z It sliall tiot be tlie il ntj of tlie Collector to
make iiKiuiry beiore-afltculiig a sale of lands,
or inii>roVeiiie*ii1s or real, property for taxes, to
ascertain.-whether or not -tbece Is any distress
ii'lioti Uie lauds, tior shall he le bound to inquire
into or form any 'opinion- of the \-altie o£ the
lands, or improvements, or real property.
: 3. TU'eCoLleclor slialt jireparc a copy of the
list of lauds, Improvements, or property to ' be
s'olil, ahd'.iu! sucli lists sltaUte scheduled In..
separate cotuiuiis:—;; ■■  ;
(1)   The ain'oun1 of"t.-LJces ^injiaiil up to. tlie
date of the. pissinir oi tkics ni-ylaw:
-.( (2)-( The Collector's .coiumlssioii   auUiorize'Il
tiy this ByHaw W be paid to liini and contin'yent
expenses of sale; and    A
(3). The total amount of ttises and cost f»r
»i"U.lcI-i the. property is 1 lable to be sol A. .
And tlie Mayoe slta.ll authen licate such list
liy iffixiiiff ttiere«o lli-c scaloE the* Miniicipailtj
and his siuuauirc; .aadtheCollector sJiallcanse
a copy of tlte last citeiitloiteil list to be iniMislicd"
forat least a period of oae month proceed lag
the date of sncli-intended:sale In sonic '/w-eelcly
iiewspaper^iilillslied id tli<s Municipality of tlie
CiLy of Greennbod.   ■ "
4..',The 'ad-vci'rlisntont: sliall contain notification that nn less the arrears and cost are sooner
paidj he will procceitto sell al ;~]>ii1>11c auction
thelaitds, or improveiLients, or real property
for the-. tiureSj on a dity, a ticite, and. at a ptac.«
named in tlie.aclwertisenaeiit, 1> n t it shall-not he
necessary for such a<|-vestisenietit to stale
whether the lands offered for sale are patented
ftrunpatented-.;  ._  .-■'.:.''-.",.. .„...'.    •
', 5.' The Collcetor'shall; at. lenst two months
before the linieoEsale,: dfelirer 01 cause to .lie',
delivered to the reg-istcTea -oirnets and holders
ofcharg-es on'eaqli jiarcpi of land' contained in
said list, -i fiotlce.iii wrltui g- siffiied by him of'
.said sale and the coiise<]-ii«iices,.Uicreof.''and of
tlieanioiint of tas«s'diie oil such iiarceland. for;
.vliich'saiiliiarcel is 1i«ii«|»sold,and tlie anionnt
of cbiiimissioii.'' a"itd , cxjeti^es: cllaraed against
eath'. parcel. 'In case persoaial service cannot
be effected upon/ aiiy; person entitled thereto
hereiinder,- theii-substitii1ea service n-jjon such
person shall he effected i it sucli iiiaiuier. as. any
Judgeof.tlie Supreme Court niay direct, and
tlieco'st of '.'obtaining--, sucli direction shall be.
arJilcd. to the cost of sate ^cliarged. agfai list the
particular parcel of land, iu respect of which
such' diicction: Isohtnl iicd.' ; "He shall also,
at Uast two months before tbetl inooF.salc post
aSLinilar Libti.ce. In y-ritltig and so signed, in
some convenient, publicplace vTithlri the Mucl-
cliiallty, suchas theiroiU door of tlie.;City Hall
of tlie Mnnicliiallty or oilier .conspicuous place.
0." Tlie day of the sate sliall be the thirty
lliird day after the -puli'lLca-ilon-. in a *iieivs-
papef of such list,cxclHsh-e.of the day of such
publication except In case tlie said thirty third
dn.ysliall fall 011a Sunday or lioliday in sucli
case such sale shall lalMj-piaceorr the follow! nyr
dayat'tlieCity Hall In tlie ntuulcipalily of the
City of Greenwood n,iid sliall bejj-in, at eleven
.li*4^l^^l^_fore^oir::^_:>;L:=:^__. .^^^^rA...,,^
tlrat aiiy''tiTneai)iioirdte"ci Joe flicsakMjf "die
lands,.-or iniproreiueiits, ori-eal jiroperty, 110
.bidders appear, the Colloctor may ail jotirn the
sale from time to time-
S. tf the taxes <lu« {tn. any lauds, real
proiierty oriinproveiiieiitsf contained in such list'
and Collectors com mission thereon and legal
expenses incur'redin connection with the sale
under this Bylaw and chargeable thereto, have
noLbeeii prc-viously collected, or if no one appears to pay tlie same at tlie liinc and place
appointed for the sale, tbe Collector shall sell
at public auction so much of tlie laud, or ini-
pro-vemonts, or real praperly, as may-1>« suflici-
en.t to discharge Ilie lases, Interest thereon' and
.ill lawful cliarjies iiicicrtad In and about the
sale and collection of the ta.ves. sellinpt in'preference such part as he may consider best ior
llie-o-w-nci- to sell first,and In offering such land
or improvements, or real property Tor sale it
shall not be necessary lo descrllio particularly
tli« portion of the lot oi-sect Ion as shall be necessary to secure the payment of the taxes due, and
anil the amount of tasew stated In tlie advertisement Khali In all cases fie prima facie evidence
of I lie correct amount d««-
'X ' ir ihe collector ial l-< at sucli salo to sell
such land or iinprm-euvuts^or real property for
tli« full anion 11 i of arrears-1 iCtaKes due. lie shall
at k1io.1i sale adjotirn the same until .1 day to U-.
publicH-in-.nu'd by liiui, nut -earlier tIt jlii one
woelc nor Inter than lliice month* thereafter,
of Hilicli ad.iriui'ued smk he chilli five notica: l>y
advertisement In the newspaper in which tho
original notice wrirt advunrtixud, aiidon sueh day
liKHlmH sell such landsoi-Jiiiin-oveineiits. or real
proiieriy for an--' sum lie c;iu realize. I'rovjdei!:
ill at In the event of of IJi-J price 01 f.ireil for any
l:i 11 <l or iiiiprovemeiUsi cu' real properly at,
sucli adjourned sale V'lntf 1«s« than the
unuiuiiKif the arrears of laans >h;c in iv<j>«et
of sncltland, linproi-cn-ieui^ or real jiroiierly,
the collector shall lia-.eiionver.if he tliinlis tit
sotodo, to purchase sucli lani'l iiiiproi-ciiicnts,
urreal property tn tfoenanic of and iu bohalf
of the. said MtinScipaJHy.
111. If the purchaser oi any land, iinprove-
iiientsor real nroperty at such sale faiM' im-
mediately to p'ay the colVetor -dte amount of
the purchase money, the colleclo-;- shall toi-vitli
agai 11 nut the ^itoperty ap for sal«.
11. Immediately after -every sale the collector
shall leturualJsi of Hie arrears satisfied Dy
such-sale to the Clurkoi the Municipality, and
shall at the same lime pay the proceeds 10 the
Treasurer-of the; said Municipality.
12. The collector 1 -tall Iw entitled to 2'/i per
centum coirtiiiiPs-loti upon all sumsCollected loll 111 as afore=aid-
1.1. This I'ylaiv may U cited for all purposes
as the City of Gree.nvood ReialKsiaU Tax Sale
Bylaw 19U2.
Read a 6rst and -second tEme Dec 13, 1901
Kead a tli ird ti me Jajnui? 20th 1902.
Reconsidered., adopted, aud finally passed
January 22ud, l%C
G. B. TavlOB, ]> r;-Cfc Kc,aB
City CKift. Acting- Mayor
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Streets.
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n Steam Heated
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i Rooms 50 Cents
and up.
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» Liquors ;tnd Cig-a.rs.   5
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Capital, all paid up, $12,000,1)00.
-47,000,000.
President:    I.onn Stkaviicoha akd Modnt Eovai.,
Vice-l'iesidetit:    Ifos-. (iicoicci-: A. Dkcmjidxd.
Rein-ral Manager :    K. S   Clocston.
Brandies in Lonaon, Eng." lcMn,.7h1..,,r^S,a.f New York, Chicago.
Buy ami sell Sttrliiiir Kxclianircand Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an
Travellers' CrediiK, avaiial>l'.' In anv pait'.if tlie world.
Greenwood Branch,   ' F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.
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FIFTH AtSNUAL
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Feb,^0t^:.22j;1902,
PROGRAMME OF'SPOUTS,   ^
' Grand Hockey-Tournament, (for the
senior, and' junior* hockey .....'championship's .-of ■''■the. province.) Five Skating-
Races, Six Siiowshoe'Races," Ski Rtui-
niiigaiid Jumping-, Carnival Masquerade, Cutter : Races: >'. for. Pacers or
Trotters;..' ' '"'        ''■'-'■'      ''-.'■ '.•;..■
.'•;■, Single fare for routid trip on all railways, Tickets on sale .February* 20,
good to return until E'elirttarv, 24., For
programmes or* any information,
address    . ■'   ".; *       - :'a .'■'■■ ">■.■'.'■■ ■ '
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Established 1836.      liicorpooaiei by Royal Charter.'
Capital, .£1,-000,000-$4,866.666.66
Reserve Fund, i,'350,000-$l,703,333.33
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 Sta,te.s, and correspondents in all parts
of the world. <<
Gj-eenwood Branch:   W. G. H- BELT, Manager.
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m f mum rank of^ommerce
;,. With Which is IncorjoratedHlie
: TME: BAHKJOF BRITSSH.;COLUMBIA.;
HEAD 0FFIGE, TORONTO. ,/■:     '
Capital,- ':.$8;b00;>;006. ■::'-■':%;■ tesg$2,00d,Q(^:
■,    HON. GEO. A. COX. President. . B, E. WALKEii, General Mana?er
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ACTING MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.
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Superlntenlants will find
it to their interest to refer to us -when in needier
anything in the Pump
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every description for all
services.
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I Specifications sent   upon
request.   W'e m.-itinfact-
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i Gasoline_EiiEine-cheap—^Tf-S
"IiaWy—safe. "  Send, for '''■
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Ascitis at Rossland B.C.
Vancouver Engineering
i Works, aeenis at Van-
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st(x:k carhikd in rossland.
B BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc.
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Greenwood is the financial ;md commercial centre 01 the
Btdinaary Creek District.    It is the  supply  point  for the
■i       n   mW   in  ihn  rtUti        Min nig camps.    Kroin.tlie  city  roads lead to Greenwood.
nQ!HlfliliM 111 18 bill l*.™l«-ood, Copper, Summit, tongr Lake, Skylark, White
 "        and Atwood, YYeHinsrtou and other lioundarv Creek canai>i5.
For prices of lots and otlier
information address "...	
Robt.'Wood or C. Scott Galloway,' Greenwood.    ~ ^  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  ���4/  THINGS IN SHORT METRE.       2C       X  PROVINCIAL  PRESS.  Premier Duiisimiir will participate in  the King's coronation in June.  The Victoria Board of Trade has  endorsed Senator Templeman for the  port folio of Marine and Fisheries.  AYe trust the Hon. C. W. Wells who  reports that lie is corning to Grand  Forks will include Greenwood in his  itinerary.  The Public works Department has  called for tenders for the construction  of armouries at Kamloops, Revelstoke,  Kaslo and Nelson.  CANADIAN COMMENT.  Toronto deserves her name "the  good". Only one murder done-there  in 1901.    The C. P. R. plans to cross'the continent iii reduced time in the -carlj  spring-.  The three Maritime Provinces witli  over half the population of Quebec,  gained less than one-twelfth of tlia.1  province in last decade.  Sir Wilfred -1/a.urier's 'reply to ��� tlit  letter of Rioliardson o'f Lisg-ar leaves-  no doubt as to his feelings.  Kamloops is waking- an heroic effort  to secure recognition as the best point  of departure for the new placer diggings in Cariboo.  The Toronto World has inatigitrat��l  a spelling reform in its columns.  Thru andaltho are now favorites with.  it. . :.  The  provincial  parliament will assemble on the 20tli inst.    May we trust j  tliat  this  body  will  get in some good j  licks for the province ?   Your g-uess.  The Allan Liner Grecian was wrecked off Halifax in a snow stonn last  Sunday no lives lost.  EMPIRE ECHOS.  L-urd Salisbury will   not retire until  peace is realized in Africa.  G-re*�� Britain says peace in Africa  must lie sought by the Boers and in  Africa.  The buyers of army horses for Britain were poor judges or worse.  The purchasing department of the  warolBce is causing a scandal. E,arg-e  premiums, were paid for contracts for  the atmy. ���'."*������  Irord Kosslyn's system of gaming by  which the "bank at Monte Carlo was to  be broken lias failed him. A little  sadder, a little wiser.  Lord "Roberts contemplates the reformation of the army canteen.  "While not aiming; at its complete annihilation he  plans  to   minimize   its  influence.  JBrHish losses in Africa up to Jan.  31st, -were o,240 officers and 100,701  ineti.  Correction.  In another column the printer has  made us say that Inspector Dorinan  was looking- after railway facilities  "between here and McKinney when it  should have read mail facilities.  Jim Hill will look after railway  matters.  The Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace  desire to extend their thanks for supplies sent the: Hospital by the Rendell  company, Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Caulfield  and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McArthur. as  well as to.Mr. Duncan Ross for send-  ingpapers to the institution for the use  of patients. .   ���       ���  Pool and Billiard table for sale O. 3.  C. Second Hand Store.  The Enid Martin Concert company  will be iu the Auditorium on +he first  of March. Each member of this company is an artist. To judg-efrom, the  unanimous voice of .the press a very  great treat is iu store for the people of  Greenwood. Programme and particulars will be announced shortly.  For sale 6 ft., "bent glass show case  2nd HaitdO. 1. C. Store.  -     MINERAL ACT 1896.    ���  Certificate of Imnrovement-.  NOTICE.  WHITE HORSE mineral cl'iLiiu in tlie ' ICelUe:  .River Miniii;.'Division of Yale.  Where sitnaie :   In Cooper Camp.  TAKE.NOTICK -tliai I,li.*L. Wood, Fret  Miner's Certiiicate No. B. 4L502, on "bclialf  at iu\-Relf and as ag-inu for J allies G raluim, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B 40609arid' Annie Hud-  n, Free Miner's Certificate No., li+2634- and.  DLiirjrarct E. Mercer, - Free Miner's CwrLlfitate  I\T0. JS55805, iutend., sixty-. <la\-s. from the date  Iiereof, to apply to Uie Mining- Recorder tor  a Certificate of Improvements ��� for the.purpose  of obtaining-, a Crown Grant'.'of the above  claim. ���'���'���"-.������_���.  And further talco notice that action, under  section 37, must 1)C commenced before������ tlie  issuance of sucli Certificate of-t-itiproveirieats,-.-_  Dated this lOth.day of Decem1>cr, 1900."  First issue Jaouarr 10,v ���*. B-. Ir. "WOOD.  Notice of Assignment.  PURSUANT  TO   THE   "CREDITORS'  TRUST DEEDS ACT, 1901.  Notice is Hereby Given  Fleishmanu. of tlie City of Yan  Sewinjj machines for sale or rent." A.  h. White & Co., 2nd Hand Store.  We want 2nd hand goods.    King up  106 A. "L. White 2nd Hand company.  ST LEoN HOTSPRINGS HOTEL  GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION  I have much pleasure in .extending  an open" in-vitation to all to attend the  celebratiob:Of the opening of my new  hotel at St "Leon Hot Springs on Tuesday Febu.ra.ry 18 th. Dancing will begin at 8 p. m,  , .      M. Grady.  Provincial Secretary's Office,  HIS HONOUR  tbe Lieutenant-Governor in  Council .has Tieen pleased to make the  following appointment :  ,4th February. 1902.  James Edward Schon, of the City of Grceu-  M-oocl, Esquire,  M.E.C.S..  Ens-, to be Medical  Health   Olficcr ior tlie   Keltle  River   Mining-  Division,-vice Dr. H. W. Jal<es, resigned.  fT^u' >'"  mm^rrnr1^  CARPETS  wvuEiUfl  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  CITLMY  SILTERAVARK  BAH GOODS  .������..\;;^:.'iBIH;ERAL'^CTe.'^'?.^.'^r';..  Certificate of Improvements i  ���..'���;-.'������ ������:,- notice.. ���.-'���'. :[':v-:.ja-;":.--:-.  QUEEN, CALlFORXIAaiKl ASTORMitieral!'  .claims,'situated In the.Kettle River Midtlip  Division of Yale District. :.'; \ :; :.! ,. .'.*-  Located al)out3J-< miles sorlli easterly frotn.  Camp McKinney.;        '..'v      ;'���     ;���?���>���.-.*.--';���  '"PAKE NOTICE itliiit I.Thebdoreiubbe  IL Free Miner's ; Certi ikate. No, B6OS60,  aeting- as agent for the Roclt Creek Gold 3Ii.n-.-is,  I/-td��� L3-., Fi-cc:3Miiiei-s Certificate No,B60SW,  intend sixty d ays f roin the date hereof;' to apply,  to the Mining- Recorder for aCertificate ofLin-  proveiuents, - for tlie- purpose of '."obtaiitfoijf.: a  Crown Grant of the a1>ove-claini.'-.'.:']'���.������ -.',':  -And furtlier talce notice'that'action .under  section 37, must t>c-'commenced' -before the is-  suanceof siich Certi ficate of IflJorovenieiils.   A-  Dated'tliisSlli day of Febniaivl A; D., 1902.    -  THEODORE I/UBBE, *"'  Agent for tlie Rock Creek Gold Eines, Iihiatt-  ed Liability. .. "���,../-':---���.-'      A-'--.';AA  "���" MINERAL -ACT;'.%) 'S '  v'  : Certificate of.Improvement.     ..*'  *..--   '���'. "���KOTICE. ���"���:-.-���-' '-���'���'������ ���' :---..:"  "DOMINION" and "NUMBER TWO."Miliaria  Claims, situate in  the  Kettle River'Miiiinp  Division of-TaleDistrict. -Where-locate-!:���Iii  .. Deadwood.Cam]).-.',.'. ���    ; ������;      '������:."'������.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Clive-Rringlt. trees'  Miner's      Certificate' - Ko.      B40314,   . ltiteml  sixity days froiii'ttie date li'ereof to.apply-to-.tlie  Mining Recorder for-a '��� Certiiicate: of Irn.pf��"t:<!-  meuts for .tlie ��� purpose ot oMaiiiiiig-11 Cio^m.  Grunt of the ii.l>ov6 ehiim': ...;-���..':.;*":���;  And.further take notice, tliat nctibrii.' under  Section 37,"."must, be:* commenced  bcfpre.:..tlie  issuance of.sucli Certi" Sate of Iniproyentelit.���;.'���  Dated this Wth day of November, X.XS-; rtOL.'  r CMVE PEING^E   '���'..:   yl ���-������':  that Jacob  -, ... . aiicourcr ill tlie  Floviitce of British Columbia, Merchant, lias  by Deed of A^icnmeiit for the Benefit of  Creditors bearing date the I Till dav of January,  .\. D, LICE, made in pursuance of tlie "Creditors'  Trust Deeds Act, L9V1," granted and assigned  unto Alfred S. Black, of the Citv of Greenwood  .tu thesaid Piovince, solicitor, all his personal  estate, cicdits and effects which may be seized  and sold juicier execution,and all his real estate  ���iii.trits-t (orthe benefit of hi-s creditors for the  purpose oi    distribution   aniong-sl    the    said  ��� crelitor.s as provided b v law.   The said Deed of  j assignment ivas executed by the said Jacob  IMeUlmann oil "the 17tli day of Jauuarv, A. D.  W02, an (L afterwards ou the said 17th" day of  Jatmsry, A. D. 1903, bv tlie said Alfred S.  31 lack.  '.i AUCreditors liavitiff claims ag-ainst thesaid  Jacob FlDishntaitn are required to file tlieir  claims ��itlt the said Assignee, Alfred S. Black,  duly ]iioved as provided hy the Act. lu default  of the said Assignee receiving- satisfactory  jroof thereof, any creditor is liable to have his  clithn'liarred-  Aiid notice is hereby fiuther jjiveii that a  3iiee;tiiiu of the said creditors will be held at the  'cilices of tlie said Assipnee, in the Guess Block,  C��T>l)er street, Greenwood, II. C, on the 3rd day  of February, A. D., 1902, at Uie hour of four  o'clock in the afternoon.  ::'��� Dated, at Greenwood, British Columbia, this  21st ilar of January, A, D. W02;  'A\:. A ., , A.S. BLACK,   .  ,:    * Assignee.  -./Xkeabove meeting-lias been adjourned until  JYiaday, Feb. 2lst inst., at tlie same place. ���;  -Morrison   Mines,   Limite<i,(Non-Per-  sonal Liability.)  Tali* notice thai the shares in tho Morrison  Mines, J^iiuited, (Non-Pci'sonal I,iabilit.Q liere-  iriaeter described, have beeu declared iu default  aad.will lie sold at public auction to tlie'hlg-liest  Tiidder for.cash, at .llic- office of 'tliesaid.com-  liaaij, - Hendel.l buildiujr, Copper street, . (irecn-  Ovi>(>4, II. C.,;oii Tuesday.the 18th" day of Fcl)-  inary, L9��2, at the hour of four, o'cloclc in the  affer-uooti, to . satisfy assessments which have  "been mail e thereon and .are inf default for a  jeriod -caceeding- sixty days after notice aiid  dema-iid'of payment .'of such assessineiits.-: -A:'  R. P. Rithet & Co.  LIMITED  WHOLESALE   GROCERS  WINE AND SPIRIT  MERCHANTS.        :  VICTORIA, B.. C.  The largest   hotels atul finest  residences in B.C. were furnished bv us throughout  WE1LER BROS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  GEORGE H. MAIMD  AND LOCKSMITH.  Ahh KINDS  OF REPAIRING  NEATIvY DONE  Bicycles Reuaired and Rented-  COMER OF SHYER AID  STREET,  Royal Yictoria Gold Mining Company  Limited, Lty.  Notice is herchy iriTcn that a special ru-ectiixjf  of the shnreliolderc of this Companv will be  held at the oflice ortlieCoiii|).tii.v,R.eiulell brtilcl-  iog, Copper street, Greenwood, B. C, oil Uie'Jtll!  day ot March, A. i>. 1902, at tlie hoar of So'cloclfi!  in the afternoon l<> discuss, and if deemed ad- \  risable, to authorize thft sale of the assets of  the Company.  Dated this 5tli day of Fc1>r��i��ry, A.D. 19>l)2.  A. M. WHITESIDE,  22-26 Secr-oiarj-.  CO��PA"NIhS' ACT,' 1897.  . CertiBcMe  m.... ������  , iffifcwA^i" flBufthi  RAILWAY  ���FOR���  !  ROSSLAND  WINTER CARNIVAL.  FEBRUARY 20,21. and 22.  "Will issue "return tickets at  Single Fare   ���"  February 20 and 21,  gfoocl for return  till February 24.  Full particularsirom local agents.  E..R. REDPATH,   - -    Greenwood  J. S. Carter,  Die. Pass,,.Agt.  Nelson..  -E. J. Coyld,  A. G. P. A.  VancouVer,  +8  AH  :��  14-1:.  : 173  176  ' IS2  ��� Ml  2��7  3J4.  341  3M-  3W  -36+,  3(>5  360  367  ���368  369.  . 370  371  ��� 372  ' 373  406 '  420  428  429  430  4JI  4S0  .481  4S2  S30  SM  m,  706  71.3  71-1  715  71 <i  720  712  744  745  74��  7��  795  790  10%  If)"  3��iii  3095  3123  3L30  1155  1227  1264  1567  3W"  IW8  1535  1��90  lf.54  1M-3  1(��92  174S  175^  ���1750  1802  1822  1833  1S35  ma  1876  ��� Ho. of'-  Shares  500."  " ' 4000 '  1000  -^���500-  1000  2500  1C0O .  1000 '  '10 000  1000  2000  3000  2500  ���:    2500 ,  2500  1000 <  1000  '���  1000  1000 ���  1000  500.  soo  .'������ . 500  500  . 500-  21500  lOOO  500  SOO  500  500  "- ]500.  - 2"00  7l��  r000  oono  500 .  500  5000  5��J  500  500  51*'  25<>0  40 U00  10C0  t000;  ]0S3  500  2000  -- lOOO  ���10 000  10 000  10 000  2000  150  3"00  500  2=00  ��� 2=00  j000  : 500  500  1500  ��00  5000  MX)  5000  1000  5000  500��  3600  soo  000  iooo  5^  -jOO  Amount of Assessment ;: Due  ttud TTnpaid.  ������$'.'. 4.00':-V'  /: ��� 32.oo'".'".  _.. 3.00   v-_-,  ".   ��� -.4.WT~A"  ������: 3.00  ���7.5o  ..-���"��� S.oo  - 8,00-:  S0.00    -  ���;  8.00 -.,'  i6;oo  24,oo '-������  2o,oo  2o.oo   :  2o.oo  S.oo .: .  '���'"   S.oo  S.oo  8.00  8.00  4.oo  4.oo.  4.00  4.00  4.oo  ���C4.5o  S.oo ������  4.00  4,oo  4,oo  4.00  12.00  I6.00  - 5.6o  4o.oo  I6.00  1.5o  l,5o  4o.oo  4,oo  4.'io  4.00  4.00  7,5o  32f>.oo  8.00  8.00  a.66  L,   4.O0  6,00  8,00  80.00  80,00  80.00  ln.00  1.2o  9.00  1.5o  2o.oo  2o.oo  8.O0  4.oo  4,oo  12,oo  ���.00  4o.oo  - 4o.oo  4o,oo  .8.00  15.oo  15oo  28.8o  4,oo -...  S.oo  .00  ���'.oo  8.00  4   3  Datwl tliis i7tU day January, A.P., 1902.  A. P. OLIVER,  Secretary Morristm Mines, Limited.  Waist  The New  Century  Perfector  and" Long" Waist  Fotmer.  SPEOIAL LINES OF.,  Ladies WAists - - $1.00.  Ladies French Flannel Waists, $2.50.  Ladies Silt Waists      -      $4,00.  Rendell & Co.  Heavy and  Shelf Hardware.  I Groceries  t  and Provisions  -AT THI!���  ###��#��### ##^��#��*��**#**��# ��**����*<*��#******** *ft"*********|  p:  URNS &   o,  ��  a  a  a  ��� ��  '9  ��  9  9.  ��  9  9  9"  ��  9  9  9  9  9  a  ��.  ��  9  9  9  ^.��^&999^9^*l9<i9��99999��999999��i99999999999999*^99ii9:a9999  9  9  9.  9  9  9  *  9  9  9  %  9  9  9  9  9  9  >>,  Wholesale and" Retail Meat~  Merchants.  Mailtcts at:   Greenwood, Cianl Forts, Midway, and PImbiiIx.  ^4��4'^^4'4'4��4'4'*'^#4��l**4"^'i'^^4'^4"^^  +  +  4��  +  + :  +  + -  +  4��  "WELL THAT'S FIE"  Is what they all say about  *  .THE NEW GEM SAFETY RAZOR. I  Impossible   to cut the   face!  shaves  easily, quickly and cleanly,  4*  -S>i  ILhistrated booklet free.      Mail Orders prompt!/ faLled,  IHcLennan,   McFeely   &   Company  Wholesale Hardware Merchants,  4>  ���*������  122 Cordova.Street,  VAHCp.UyER.-B. C.    ������:  Acom��lete stock ol watch materal with cahinet. one watcft glass cabinet  complete with classes, three workfcenefces, two tables, one wafefi board, one  watch sten 4-0 inches diameter, 22 k gold leaf and sundry otter articles,  a These goo is are part of the W.. E. Macpherson estate and must ke sold at  once.   For particulars apply to W. 0, WRIGHT. Assignee-  rT-r-m-Th-mrrnf  ���^H*MMimiJKAaMdBEJiM��aa��M

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