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 ������*  Published Weekly in the Interests of the Boundary Creek Mining District  **%  ���Vdi..''-vn.  GREENWOOD, B.'���.', SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1900.  198  No. 40.  :Head Office and Works'at'  :: ;BEi-i<F,vrr(T<"e, Ont.  "''!<!������-*������ ���   '  ���Branch Office and Works at  ���    Traii,J:B.C.     ,  '$HE-;fift^^  Manufacturers oi  Air Compressors, Roc Drills, jHoisting and-'StationaryEngines, Boilers,  '������   'l}:-A "        Pf*r Trucks, Ore Cars, Ore Buckets., etc.  i Agents Jar Knpf les Steam.!j^p,:^|^^'^  .Our Shops at Trail are most complete,  consequently we are in  a position  to handle all  ;' , -kinds of Repairs.   If you; are troubled with your Drills freezing, or wish to        L..  r..'....,{ ;���*. .say^money buying repairs, then USE   OURS. J. p. BYERS, M_.r.,Trai..B.C  G.P.R.  EXCURSION.  Railway and Smelter Officials  Visit Greenwood  AND THE MINING  CAMPS  The James Cooper Mfg, Co,,  **���  -MONTREAL, QUEBEC,-  ' MANUFACTURERS OF  -*��#  1 Tngerso11*Sergeatit  z 'n  ��� ���  IHacbifiery..  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COMPRESSORS ....  g       ^ '    BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS; Etc. C0M���^flt\X������TS  S~       f 4'"-^ >,�����;'  '.     -  "'. . �����_____�����___.. STOCK CARRIED IN RQSSI,AND. _  S~   H. B* ��. hlcnally, Kossland, B. C. B* R- Kirkpatrick, Greenwood, B. *Z,   ~2  Speak Hopefully of the Shipping Prospects in Boundary���Spur to Granby  -  Smelter About Completed.  JencKes Machine Co.  Always on  Hand at  Rossland Depot'.  HOISTING  PLANTS  BUCKETS,    CARS,    ROPE,    SINKING AND STATION  PUMPS.   CHAIN  BLOCKS,  RAND  DRILLS   AND  .compressors. p. R. MENDENHALL, Agent.  s  ' PISTON PATTERN.    y\ :  >'��� ';.���-.' y*y .-,'   __i,'i.'n.-*-i*'j'-truyi.  i'^:n{. ��� ���, ������-   ;::<'-iv .������.���,-.' :���:-.'?.��� y*i i   .  -'������ This Pump Is of comparatively lipfjit -n-clg-lit  easy, to liaiKllc and g-lves unqualified satisfaction, It has no projecting- valve gear or -parts'  liable to breakages-jit-handling-. It is fitted  with, convenient suspending hooks and i^ easily  repacked. Mine Sup'eriiitehdeiits1 and others  are invited to send for our catalog-ue aiid  figure's before purchasing.  . ������Wo 'manufacture a full  line of Pumps for  ' mine work.  IMeylap-fg^COi It  t'\.,j ^or^^OntJI  CUrtLIFfzEi&.ABLEJTtl  i>.     s7i;     ^A'preiits at Kosslatid:   '      ���  MACKAY t& WALKEN  Agents' at Vancouver.  F Coates  Contractors  9- Builders  House Moving a  Specialty.   ..  A.': :  y  FINE LINE: OF.  ^ipes, Cigars,  ���$m��-  our guarantee:^......,,  We guarantee to furnish a better Cash Register  v   than, any other; company and at-a lower price.  (JUftoi-taf Cm$ $��p&* Co*  DAYTON, OHIO. >  Address all communications to '      -  7    7 AH! WALLBRIDGE, Sales Agent. Vancouver, B. C.  JUST RECEIVED.  Coryell's  Map   of  Wellington   Camp  $1.00.   ���������'������'   ���  DRUGGIST,   ::.., . MIDWAY,   B. C  THISTLE : :  is the Best Scotch Whisky  ���AND���  SEAGRAM'S  The Best Canadian.  SOI,E AGENTS:  R. P. Rithbt & Co. Ltd,  VICTOfllA    B.C.  MINERAL   ACT.  1896.  /,/W,'V��r'WW  .;���-������.--.        MIDWAY, B.C.  First-Class Accommodation. Best Brands Liquors and Cigars  rx THOS. McAUE/AY,.Proprietor.  Certificate of Improvements.  notice.      .  Ah There, Syd M. Johnson and Deadwood  mineral claims, situate in tUe Kettlcriver  mining- division of Yale district. "Where  located:   Dead-wood camp. -:��� .  TAKE NOTICE that I, Forbes M. Kerby  as agent for Geo. D. Iicvson, free miner's  certificate No. B6+73, 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 g-raut to the above  claim.  And..farther' take notice that action;, under  sectio_L,3I, mast be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements;  Dated- this 3rd day of March, 1900.-   -    .... -   FORBES M. KERBY.  A prominent party of* Canadian  Pacific railway and smelter officials  arrived iri^jhe city Tuesday on a tour  of inspection of the Columbia and  Kootenay branch and to some of the  mines to which spurs have been built.  The party left Rossland on a special  Monday, '��� arriving- af Columbia^ that  evening. Yesterday morning- they  visited the Granby smelter at Grand  Forks, then took tiain for the B. C.  mine in Summit camp, where they  were entertained at luncheon by manager S. F. Parrish. In the afternoon  they journeyed on to Wellington camp  visiting the Winnipeg- and Brandon  and Golden Crown mines, then down  to Phoenix, visiting the Snowshoe, Old  Ironsides and Knob Hill properties and  reached -Greenwood by carriage last  evening.   _  The party consisted of W. F. Tye,  Winnipeg, Man., chief engineer of  construction; John G. Sullivan, Trail,  engineer of construction for the Kootenays; W. H. Aldridge, Trail, manager  of the smelter; Captain J. W. Troup,  Nelson, superintendent of the Kootenay division; F. W. Peters, Nelson, assistant general freight agent and D.  W. 'Moore, Trail, ore buyer for the  smelter.  *  Speaking of the operations of the  company's smelter at Trail, Mr. Aldridge informed a Times representative  that it ��� was 'practically being kept  going by ores from the Slocan, East  Kootenay and the Boundary district.  They were receiving between 700 and  800 tons of ore daily. Now that the  several branch spurs had been built to  the mines in the Boundary district,  enabling big plants to be brought in to  develop the same, he hoped in a short  time to see a large amount of copper-  gold ore being sent out to Trail. Since  the roa,d had been completed the following mines had already shipped or  were about to ship: Mother Lode in  Deadwood camp; Last Chance in Skylark camp; Gold Bug in Providence  camp; B. C, Oro Denero and Rath-  mullen in Summit camp; Snowshoe  and Gold Drop in Greenwood camp;  Winnipeg, Brandon and Golden Crown  and the Athlestan in Wellington camp;  City of. Paris in Central camp and the  Yankee Girl near Columbia. Mr.  Aldridge explained that some of these  mines had shipped merely for testing  purposesrthough-there iwere a^nuinber  that were shipping steadily and many  more vi;ill shprtlybe added.  From Captain Troup it was learned  ttiat the'spur from the main line to the  Granby smelter would be completed by  the end of" the week, when the Knob  Hill and Old Ironsides mines at Phoenix would be able to ship continuously,  these two mines having over 8,000 tons  in the ore-bins awaiting cars to carry  the same away.  Mr. Peters went on to Midway this  morning ������ to arrange about sending  freight forward from that: time to  Chesaw arid other Myers Creek canips.  ' Today the balance of the company  were out on the Deadwood spur and  visited the Mother Lode and other  mines in that camp, returning this  afternoon to Rossland.  THIRTEEN CARS OF ORE  Shipped From Boundary Mines Via* Eholt.  Machinery for R. Bell.  Ehoi,t, June 13.���[Special to The  Times.]���Thirteen car-loads of ore for  the Trail smelter in one day is a pretty  good showing for the Boundary district. Last night eight cars came  down, from Hartford Junction. They  were shipped by the Winnipeg, Golden  Crown and Athelstan, and this morning three loaded cars came in from the  B. C. mine. In t all thirteen cars were  sent to Trail today, .t is expected that  the B. C. will maintain a steady ship^  ment of from three to five cars.  Yesterday the plant for the R. Bell  mine arrived here, and today is being  unloaded.  Seventy workmen* arrived yesterday  to do surface w,i.rk' era the track between here and^Greeawood. It is reported that the EhciVmeadowi9 will be  filled in along the-railway track.-*  C, P. R. Have Arranged to Carry Passengers  to Greenwood Celebration.  Last evening Capt. Troup, superintendent of the C. & W., telephoned  the transportation committee-that he  had seen E. J. Coyle, general passenger agent of the C. P.: R. and arranged with him that commencing  Thursday, Jue 28th single fare rates  would be given on the C. & W. railway  good to return until Sunday, July 1st.  In addition a Sunday train wiil be run  from Greenwood on the same time as  the regular, in order to give the visitors  an opportunity to get back home in  time for the Nelson celebration: The  single fare rate is good from all Kootenay and Boundary points. The arrangement is entirely satisfactory to  the committee who appreciate the interest the genial captain took in the  matter.  The question of transportation having been'settled, a large crowd of  visitors are expected from the Kootenay cities. Lacrosse, baseball and  ���hose teams are also expected, so that a  big-celebration can be confidently looked for. . ...;,  The Nelson lacrosse team have asked  the general committee for $150. to get  the Greenwood boys over there for the  celebration, but the matter has not yet  been decided. The Greenwood lacrosse  boys are practising every night. There  is plenty of good material here. Sortie  of the old veterans are ��� showing. that  they, have not lost the knack of handling a stick, and there are some  promising youngsters.  GOV. McINNIS  J  It Is Said, Will Tender His  Resignation  RATHER THAN DISMISSAL  BIO FIRE AT PHOENIX.  Serious Bush Fire Raging There TodayT-Small  Houses burned.  Phoenix, June 14.���[Special tq The  Times.]-���A serious bush fire is raging  on the west end of the; Old Ironsides  claim. A strong wind is blowing, and  unless checked, may dp serious damage  on the Rumberger townsite. One or  two. small houses^have been, burned  arid the school-house is imminent danger. A strong volunteer force is out  fighting the flames; but so far have  been unable to accomplish much head-  .way.:-';::-;*^.,-.'^^;./'^:;^^:-:,. -:-';:.. :..:���.;  Tomorrow, the Eastern Townships  Bank will open a branch here. R. W.  Spier will be local manager and/Mr.  McCraw of the Grand Forks branch  will be accountant. Both arrived today  and are completing arrangements to  open out tomorrow.  Fort Steele Ballot-Box Stolen.  Fort Stebi.e, June 13.-^-One of the  most singular things which has' ever  occurred in this Province was -the ihys-  terious disappearance of one of .the  ballot-boxes from the office of Returning Officer. Ede. From what can: be  learned'' it was taken about 11 o'clock  Sunday evening.. Policeman Bafnes  was called when the theft was first  discovered, arid on the statement of  Dan Munro, D. Stadlander was arrested and. lodged in jail. His preliminary examination was held this  afternoon, all the evidence for the  crown was taken and three days were  given for the defense to prepare its  _case.___MunroIs^testimonyiwas^.tp^,th_e  effect that he saw Stadlander with the  box under his arm, positively identifying it "as a ballot-box.. No one seems  to have seen the box in the possession  of Stadlander. Other witnesses testify  that the returning officer was drunk,  and that Stadlander and another man  went with him to his office. What was  done there no one seems to know  clearly, but the ballot-box is gone, and  no trace of it has been found. The  loss of the box does not invalidate the  election, as the record of votes had  been taken. It is generally believed  to be the work of some drunkard who  thought to return the box, but such an  excitement was created when the loss  became known that he was afraid.  The box was taken from Wasa, one of  the small polling-places, and would  not, in any event, have effected lhe  result.  A Life and Death Fight.  Mr. W. A�� Hines of Manchester, la.,  writing of his almost miraculous escape  from death, says: " Exposure after  measles induced serious lung trouble,  which ended iu Consumption. I had  frequent hemorrhages and coughed  night and day. All my doctors said I  must soon die. Then I began to. use  Dr. King's New Discovery, which  wholly cured me. Hundreds have used  it on my advice and all say it never  fails to cure Throat, Chest and Liing  Troubles. Regular size, 50c and $1.00.  Trial bottles free at Miller Bros'. Dr'ig  Store.  .       - i -,  R. M. McEntire and family have returned to the city. - .  The Great Syndicate English-American Shows will be at Greenwood on  Monday. Be sure and witness the  grand street parade,  Interviews With Hon. Robert* Beaven  and Hon. D. W. Hifi._.ins-Martin  Has Nothing to Say.  Victoria, B. C. June 14.���Well informed politicans are expecting the an-  nouncement|that the Lieutenant Governor has resigned. Everybody is of the  opinion that the honorable gentleman  will take this course rather than be  dismissed. The premier returned from  the mainland tonight, but he had nothing.to say for publication. The local  papers print important interviews with  Robert Beaven and ex-speaker Higgins  on the crisis. Mr. Beaven says:  "When the legislature in session assembled, condemned Mr. Martin as  premier;, His Hon. the Lieutenant  Governor Mclnnes, said: "I understand the wishes of the electors better  than you do. I therefore send you to  your homes and shall continue Martin  in power and appeal to the people."  The .electors have answered : "We  do not want Martin's government",  thus, endorsing the view held by the  legislature and condemning his honor's  conduct." There is only one answer  arid one course open for Mclnnes, and  no doubt 'he has taken it; that is, to  hand his resignation to His Excellency  the ^Governor General. Mr. Higgins  asked when he thought the crisis -  would end, said: "Soon, if members  will lose sight .of every other consideration save that of expediting public  'business." ������"  "Do you think a strong ministry can  be7formed put j)f the new house ?"  "Yes,.thereis fine-material in the b'ody  without; resorti/ig to a coalition with  the members who were elected to support the premier." ..  . "Do you] think Governor will resign ?". "Certainly, have we not the  statement of William Mclnnes that  his honor has twice tendered his resig-  natiori, aiid the furi.ier sta'cmerit of  Sir Wilfred La in*? or and Sir David  Mills that in calling on Mr. Martin,  Mr. Mclnnes took his official life in his  own hands."  MAIL SERVICE.  Mails close fo: u ... i:u..1, all'points  east and west nm! United States at  10:30 a. m. For'��� Penticton and way  points, 7 a. m. Tuesday, Thursday and  Saturday.   For Phoenix, 9 a. ra.  Mails arrive from Rossland, all  points east and west and United States  at" 10:30'p.."m. From Penticton and  way points at 5 p.m. Sunday, Wednesday arid Friday. From Phoenix 9. a. m.  The Eastern press -is unanimous in  their praise of the Great Syndicate  English-American Shows, which will  be at Greenwood Monday next. The  cream of acrobatic and gymnastic  artists from all parts of the globe, and  a monster menagerie of wild animals.  Townley & Co., room 4, Wallace-  Miller'block, offer several acres of  good land close to Greenwood on easy  terms. ��� .-7  AT HYMEN'S ALTAR.  "Wednesday-afternoon,at the Imperial  Hotel, W. T. Buker and*Mrs. Barnett,  both of Summit camp, were joined in  marriage by the Rev. Mr. Saunders.  The ceremony was attended only by  the intimate friends of the contracting  parties. . It was held iri the parlor of  the Imperial Hotel. Afterwards a wedding luncheon was served, aud in the  cool of the evening Mr. and Mrs.  Buker and their friends returned."to  Summit, camp. Mr. Buker is well  known here as the manager of the B.'C.'  mine boarding-house.  Miss Bcrnadirie Sargeant, the noted  Spokane singer, is preparing for a toltr  of this Province. She will visit Greed-  wood. '".'.<���  The two carloads of ore sent from  the Athelstan to the Trail smelter,  turned out very satisfactory. The  shaft will now be sunk another 10O:  feet.   . -   c   -. ,.7i  Next Monday Nick Tregear will as.  sume charge of the Winnipeg mineV  Mr. Tregear was for some time superintendent of the Le Roi and is considV  ered one of the best miniug men in thk���'���  country. i*"' ,*-Jl  .  THE) GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIM^S.  J. WAtl  Ct>*  meekly Citnes.  PUBLISHED BY  The Greenwood Times Printing and Publishing  Company. Limited.  Duncan Ross _ Editor.  SATURDAY, JUNE 16, L900,  FIRST   THE   GOVERNOR.  For the next.few days the Province  will probably vex itself in speculating  whether Mr. Martin will resign at once  or wait until the house meets. The  disposition of Mr. Martin, however, is  neither the most interesting nor the  most important consideration at the  present time. It is desirable to know  as soon as possible what is to be done  with the lieutenant-governor. The'  house will meet in a short time, and  whether Mr. Martin shall decide to  wait and accept his dismissal from tlie  members-elect is a matter of little  consequence. The retention of office  for a week or two more or less is not  of consequence enough to disturb the  public equanimity. The country has  pronounced against him, and if he  does not voluntarily take himself off  today he will be packed off tomorrow.  The situation in respect to the lieutenant-governor is an affair of quite  another sort. The vote on Saturday  was as much against Mr. Mclnnes as  against *Mr. Martin. The latter was  unpopular enough in his own person  and on his own account, but there is  little doubt that much' of the emphasis of his defeat was due the lieutenant-governor. British Columbia  viewed with much alarm the encroachments of - the past year or two on the  right of the people to govern themselves. Mr. Mclnnes had committed  acts in direct variance with the great  principle of responsible government.  He was assuming to make and unmake cabinets accornirig to his own  will, and without regard to the wishes  of the people. He presumed on a prerogative which was stretched to an  alarming length in a successful effort  to force the Province to accept changes  that were personally agreeable to himself. The latest outrage of this kind  was unparelleled in the grosness of it.  He selected for premier a man who was  absolutely without a following, after  straining constitutional practice in  making way for hitu by dismissing  advisers who had the confidence  of the House. To complete a cabinet  this premier was obliged to  go into the highways and byways of  the Province and select as colleagues  men who were not known in public life,  who were without knowledge of public  affairs, without experience, and without responsibility. Their acceptance  by the lieutenant-governor was even a  greater scandal than the selection of  Mr. Martin as premier.  These things were alarming, and the  people voted to coridem. them. They  voted to condemn the lieutenant-governor who was guilty of them. Now  they are waiting to know from Ottawa  whether he is to be continued in office,  or whether there shalUbethat_-vindica-  tion of the rights of the people without  which responsible government would  become a farce.���Nelson Miner.  THE  REINCARNATION  OF  THE  LIBERAL  PARTY.  Unless Liberals are slow to learn  the lessons taught by bitter experience  they will lose no time in healing the  wounds made during the recent Provincial campaign. The responsibility  for the weak and unsatisfactory position in which all true Liberals were  placed rests with the avowed leaders of  the Liberal party in this Province.  Their sins of omission cover a period  of many months prior to the insane  action of the lieutenant-governor in  calling on Joseph Martin to form a  government. They allowed matters to  drift from month to month and from  year to year without taking any decisive action. A strong but disorganized political body wandered hopelessly  in the wilderness without a recognized  Provincial leader. When a designing  lieutenant-governor foisted a political  adventurer on the Province and on the  Liberals, many Liberals, ignorant of  the traditions of the party or indifferent to the consequences, followed his  leadership. The result was inevitable.  The Liberals, who have always been  found struggling for good government  and the rights of the people, were  hopelessly divided, and the Province  is face to face with another dose of  Turnerism or a period of Conservatism.  Either is preferable to Martinism, but  had the Liberals been organized, had  there been a strong guiding hand,  Martin could , have been sidetracked  and tlie Liberals would have swept the  Province.  The pill is a bitter one to swallow  but there islno use .vhining about the  past. There.'tnust be a complete organization of the party in this province.  Discarded and discredited politicians  who -take advantage of the lack .of  party discipline to exploit their own  personal. interests and who gain  strength by misdirected zeal of foolish  enthusiasts, must be dragooned out of  the party. The forcas must be marshalled and they must have a strong  leader. The Liberals will then be  ready for any emergency and they will  no longer be the plaything of the  schemers within the ranks or a factor  in promoting the interests of their  political opponents.  So long as the Liberals sit down aid  do nothing but prate about the state-  manship of Sir.Wilfrid and the glorious record of the great party, so long  will the schemers and a*dventurers  thrive and Conservatives gain strength  There is no special Providence guarding or guiding the destinies of the  Liberal party. For them there is no  royal road to success. They cannot  ride into office on a pullman car. They  must take the rough places like their  opponents and if they are to be a factor in provincial politics they must have  a strong leader and a sound po1icy.  To say lhat there is no party politics  in this province is merely inventing  an excuse for shirking work and responsibility. The Conservatives take  mighty good care to promote their own  interests whereever a favorable opportunity presents itself.  * The Liberals of this province are  weak today. They will degenerate  still further unless something is done  and done quickly. .  SATURDAY'S ELECTION.  The people of British Columbia are  to be heartily congratulated upon their  work on Saturday. They have told the  world that they have still some regard  for constitutional government arid that  they will not allow a designing lieutenant governor to foist on them a government of his own making. Saturday's election was a strong verdict  against Mclnnes and Martin. What  the outcome will be it is yet too early  to say, but Martin1 has been crushed.  The Times having supported the  Hon. C. It. Mackintosh in this constituency, appreciating his ability and  the valuable service he would, render  the province at this time, regrets his  defeat.  The people of the Boundary cannot  be reproached for not doing their duty.  They were about evenly devided when  a minister of the Crown could reasonably expect a big majority since Mr.  Mackintost was not so well known arid  he had not been so intimately associated with the welfare of the district as  with that of Rossland.  The responsibility for defeating Mr.  Mr. Mackintosh rests with the people  of Rossland. They were bound to defeat Martin. They were determined to  reward and honor the man who brought  $7,000,O0Q into their camp and inspired  new life into their city and they piled  up. an adverse vote that swamped the  rest of the district! We cannot cavil  at the decision of the people but we  venture to express-the-hope-that-the  good people of Rossland are thoroughly  satisfied with themselves.  McINNIS   MUST   GO.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier, in reply to Colonel Prior, stated that the Dominion  government could not interfere until  after the election. The people were to  be the sole judges of the actions of the  lieutenant-governor. There was only  one meaning that could be taken from  Sir Wilfrid Laurier's words. If the  people of British Columbia endorsed  Mclnnes' appointment of Martin, then  the governor would remain; but if the  people repudiated Martin's premiership  Mclnnes would be dismissed. The  people have spoken and the Dominion  government must act. Saturday the  people did not divide on questions of  party or principle; they almost unanimously voted against personal government and its introducers, Mclnnes and  Martin.  The Dominion government should  act at once. The people gave their  verdict on Saturday. It was final, so  far as they are concerned. To delay  the dismissal of Mclnnes would simply  give Martin an opportunity to corrupt  those representatives elected by the  people, and thus defeat the very object  they had in view when they voted on  Saturday.  Saturday's verdict was that Martin  must go. The surest way to get rid of  Martin is to first get rid of Mclnnes.  Sir Wilfrid has now no choice. Mclnnes  must go.     REDISTRIBUTION.  Election day placed on record some  striking figures in reference to the  grave injustice that is being done the  interior so far as proper representation  in the legislature is concerned.' In the  Rossland constituency 2,606 votes  were polled. In Victoria 3,468. Victoria  gets four representatives and Rossland  one. The four districts of West Kootenay aggregated 6,202 votes and having representation here on the same  rule as applies to cities, the four districts are entitled to not less than  twelve members.  Again there iwere 1,246 votes polled  in the Boundary district, which entitles  the district to two members according  to the standard that holds good in  other parts of the province. Boundary  rerfiains without a member, and if Joe  Martin had his way, would so remain  until 1902.  No government can study the election "figures without coming to the  conclusion that Boundary should be  granted representation at the very  earliest opportunity.  McINNES   MUST   GO.  The destiny of the Province is now  in the hands of the lieutenant-governor. < The good work of the electors on  Saturday may be nullified by further  bluudering on the part of Mclnnes if  he is allowed to retain the position he  now occupies. Lieutenant-Governor  Mclnnes' actions in the past demonr  strated that he was anything but a  safe representative of the Queen. He  succeeded, iu bringing the high office  into contempt and plunging the Province into a political turmoil.  The electors wiped out the effects of  his absurd action on Saturday, but  there is a limit to the people's power.  Tliey cannot go further. All they can  do is to insist that Sir Wilfrid Laurier  carry out the promise made on the  floor of the Dominion House. Mclnnes  should be dismissed before he has an  opportunity to thwart the will of the  people; There should be in the governor's chair at this juncture a man  who will carry out the expressed wishes  of the people. Such a man is not  Mclnnes..'.  SHIPPING   MINES.  Boundary has at last reached a permanent shipping stage. Up to date  but few mines have sent ores to the  smelters; but the number and output  are continually increasing, and by the  time the local smelters are completed  Boundary will occupy a;;.prominent  position in the Province as a shipping  district.  Like all camps of big' ledges development has been slow, but it has  been sure and steady, and Boundary  will shortly prove that all the en.  comiums have not been exaggerated.  The C. P. R. officials who were in the  city today speak in a more (jonfident  tone than they did two months ago,  when a combination of adverse.circum-  stances militated against the progress  and development of the district. They  are now confident that tfie company  they represent will be amply repaid for  the large expenditure of money made  in securing railway communication to  the different mining camps. .  VOTING   STRENGHT.  ..Jgome time ago jhe_jjr��and Forks  Gazette published what it claimed to  be an official list showing the number  of voters in the different centers in'the  Rossland, district. Grand Forks was  next to Rossland, and this important  fact was telegraphed all over the country. The Times then told its contemporary to wait for election day and  publish the result and it would be seen  that Greenwood had a far greater  voting strength than Grand Forks.  Here is what the ballot-boxes declare :  Curtis. Mackintosh. Total  Grand Forks   U3 119 262  Greenwood 226        217 443  Columbia    48 84 132  It will thus be seen that Greenwood  has 181 votes more than Grand Forks,  or 49 more than Grand Forks and Columbia combined.  THE CITY COUNCIL.  Business Transacted at Last Night's Reeular  Meeting.  Aldermen Sharpe, Bannerman, Sullivan and Sutherland were, present at  last night's meeting of the city council, with Mayor Hardy in the chair.  The street-sprinkling question received the attention of the council for  some time. Finally it was decided  that the city assessor visit the sprinkling district and ascertain the names  of those who were not on the street-  sprinkling petition; also instructing  him to send a notice to such persons  the assessor is to collect amount due  for last month's sprinkling.  The finance committee reported that  they had interviewed the bank and  were informed that a note signed by  the finance committee and countersigned by the mayor would be, necessary in order to increase the present  overdraft. Motion . passed giving  finance committee and mayor power  to sign a note for an overdraft of  ��3,000.  "'JA^^1  7^  THE^OOMMEROIAL  Is the Supply point for the mining camps. From the  CiW^os^s^ad to^Sreenwood, Deadwood, Copper,  Summit, Long Lake, White's,   Atwood, Wellington,  �����������  Smith's and other Boundary Creek camps.'   Three  Chartered Banks have branches in the City.     For  prices of lots and other information, address:  ...GREENWCOD, B. C...  The street aiul ��v.uler works committee reported progr-iss.  The matter of bui 1.1 iiig standard survey marks was lefl l-> tiie stivcl committee and city engineer.  Re Rendell vs. City, the council  thought that the opinion of some eminent solicitor should be had on the  evidence given in the case and on  Justice Martin's decision, and also as  to the advisability of appealing same  or appealing for reduction of damages, and whether it would be advisable to appeal for a new trial. Decided the matter be submitted to Mr..  Bodwell.  The question of gambling being  conducted so openly was discussed for  some time, and Aldermen Sharpe,  Bannerman and Cropley wege appointed a special committee to look  into the matter.  The meeting adjourned at 10:15 p. tn.  A GREAT CELEBRATION.  The Committee   Arranging   For   Successful  Sports.  The celebration committee are arranging for a two day celebration that  will eclipse anything previously held  in the Boundary country. A well attendedmeeting of the committee was  held last night in the city hall. Communications were read'from the Rossland hose team stating they would  come if arrangements could be made  so that they would be able to reach Nelson by Monday. The excursion committee took the matter up with Capt.  Troup and he said he would endeavor  to arrrange a train service that would  meet the wishes of the committee.  This morning Secretary Ehrlich received a letter from the Grand Forks  hose team, stating that they would  come "and bring their own cart if  necessary.  '��� The finance committee reported that  already $2,101.25 had been subscribed,  witha'prbmise of-more-money.-�����-���_^_  The following arrangements have  been made for drilling contests: Double-handed���First prize, $120; second  prize, $50. Single-handed���First prize,  $45; second prize, $25. Entrance fee  for team, $5; for single-handed, $2.50.  The same Jprizes to be given on the  second day, but winners of the first  day's events are barred from competing the second day.  J. W. Nelson, of the parade committee, declared that they were arranging for a monster parade, and $30 was  allowed for incidental expenses.  The dance and music committee reported they had arranged to hold the  dance in the Masonic hall.  The decoration��comniittee will give  two prizes: 1st���$30. 2nd���$10.  The following are the prizes for the  firemen's races: wet test���$100; dry  test���$90; hub to hub���$70.  The horse racing committee were instructed to prepare a programme,  They were allowed $400. and the entrance money.  The sports, drilling and horse racing  committees meet this evening to arrange when and where the sports are  to be held.  tt  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  **  .  Lot 3. Block P���  City of Greenwood, Map 46.  WHEREAS the certiffcate of title of David  A. Jones to above-mentioned hereditaments,  bearing date the 31st day of January, 1899, and  numbered 2450a, has been lost or destroyed and  application has been made for a duplicate of  such certificate.  NOTICE is hereby given that such duplicate  -will be issued unless cause be shown to the  contrary in writing- within one month from the  date hereof.  ���V***. H. EDWARDS.  District Registrar.  Dated this 12th day of May, 1900.  Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B. C.  Subscribe for The Daily Times  THE SIMILKAMEEN.  Lv  AT MILL.  MILL LOCIITED ON ONE-MILE CREEK  Martin, Harris & Co.  IS. E). HARDWICK, BUSINESS MGR.  PRINCETON, B'G  All Roads Lead from the  I  . JL.JL.     1  To / * <>  Copper Mountain,  ^T^Tw^tyyfvliier"'- ^������  .   Granite Cree,  Rocne River,  Tulameen,  Big Soo and  Nicola.  Rates Reasonable.  John H. Jackson, Solb Proprietor.  PRINCETON, B. G.  BUTCHERS  Pi. Hi::;" il  Special   Attention    Given    to    the  Supply of  Mining Camps.  PRINCET0N. B.C.  WM. A. NICHOLLS  iolH  Spokane. Wash. U. S.  J. HE AX.  r_*��  ���  llVIVl    9    ���   ���   ft  Keremeos is the Center of the  Simialmeen Mining Belt,  First - Class Accommodation.  EVERYTHING NEW  AND UP-TO-DATE.  Rates Reasonable  Horseshoeing and  General Blaclcsmithing.  Princeton, B. G  H01 FORTHE  Similkameen;  Stage now running- from  . XiXi,  Fairview to  Leaves Fairview on Mondays  at 8 a. tn., returning leaves  Keremeos on Tuesday s at.8 a.m.  Ul. Bine, manager,  Fairview and Keremeos  FULL, STOCK OF . . .  GENERAL . . .  MERCHANDISE  Jit Keremeos.  Harness and Saddlery  Ht Fairview.  Fairview Drug And Book Store  ^OHN LOVE^ G0r&-  Druggists and Stationers  ��� ��������'������ *       ���  FAIRVIEW and CAMP McKINNEY. |  #    *   *  A  full  line   of   Drugs,    Stationery  Druggists Sundries.  Prescriptions  Carefully Compounded  ��� ���  # # *  Will be tlie terminus of the Columbia  & Wesiern Railway  ...IN THIRTY DAYS...  $&* Now Is the time to Invest. "^  We have Snaps in Business and Resi-  dental Lots.     Cash or Terms.  Call, "Write or Wire..  W. B. Rickards & Co.  MIDWAY, B. C.  -FOR SAM-  WOOD  The undersigned has tjooi dry. pine wood  or sale. Leave orders at Frazee's Grocery  orner Deadwood and Copper Streets.  FRITZ   HAUSSENER. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  ___��i__i______a_M___Miiia___Mi____ii  Thirty-Seven Feet of Solid Gold-Copper Ore Encountered  at the Two Hundred-Foot Level of the Deadwood  Camp Property, and the Ledge Is Not Yet Cut  Through-The Values Entirely Satisfactory to the Management.  Thirty-seven feet of solid gold-copper  ore and no footwall in sight.!; Even  in a camp remarkable for its big ledges,  such a strike will attract the attention  of the mining men. Superintendant  Henry Johns of the Sunset mine, and  his efficient assistant, George L. Fraser, were in the city Saturday evening.  As they were both Mackintosh men  the result of the day's election was not  likely to be responsible for the happy  smiles they wore, and a- Times' representative ventured an inquiry. "No it  isn't politics, it is ore. We have struck  it big on the Sunset. We are cross-  cutting a big ledge at the 200-foot level  arid are in tonight over 30 feet and we  are not through it yet. ��� The ore is a  heavy sulphide chiefly pyrrhotite.  Values ? Well I .lon't care to make the  values public without instructions, but  I may tell you that they are entirely  satisfactory. Come out and see for  yourself.   It is well worth seeing."  The invitation of the general superintendent was accepted and a Times'  representative yesterday went out and  not only enjoyed the hospitality of Mr.  and Mrs. Johns, but also saw what con-  fin, ed Mr. Johns' statement regarding  the srtike on the Sunset. *���  Last March the working. shaft was  sunk to the 200-foot level. Then Mr.  I Johns decided to run a drift a distance  of 1,200 feet to meet the Crown Silver  shaft, which is being sunk to the 300-  foot level. Mr. Johns expected that  this drift would cross-cut two parallel  ledges of ore7 The drift was run 158  j feet when a porphyry dyke was en-  I countered. Mr. Johns believed that  behind tha dyke was an ore body* and  he changed the course of the drift in a  westerly direction, in order to cut the  dyke at right angles. /.'The drift ran  through the> porphyry a distance of 30  feet and met supentine with, stringers  of copper ore for 35 feet, .then another  dyke 15 feet in width was run through  and behind this was 186 feet of quartz.  Before   getting    through    this    Mr;  I Johns      was     beginning     to      get  discouraged,      believing     that     his  surmise' was incorrect, but he  pluckily pushed the drift forward and  was rewarded. The drift ran into  solid sulphide ore, and is still there,  although in the last few days 37 feet  has been cut through the ore body.  Any one seeing the ore and the formation cannot but be convinced that  here at the 200-foot level on the Sunset  a typical Deadwood camp ledge has  been encountered, with this distinction, that the ore is more heavily  charged with pyrrhotite and carries  more gold and less copper than the ore I  usually found in Deadwood camp. The  ledge runs north and south, with a dip  of about 60 degrees to the east.  The drift will be continued until the  other wall is reached. A winze will  also be sunk on the ore and an upraise  made to the surface.  Mr. Johns expects by continuing* the  drift to strike another. vein running  parallel to the one just discovered.  The strike is an important one not  only to the owners of the Sunset but  to the district. The company owning  the property, the Montreal^Boundary  Creek company, have installed one of  the largest plants inthe district. They  are in a position to exploit theriches  of the mine in a short time, and if the  views of Superintendent Johns prove  correct they have in the Sunset one of  the largest properities in the camp.  Too much credit cannot be given  Mr. Johns and his assistant, Mr.  Fraser, for the large amount of work  that has been carried out since the  plant has been installed, in March last.  Up to the present the main working  shaft has been widened and sunk 186  feet, the CrowaSilver shaft has been  sunk 48 feet, and 572 feet of work in  drifts and crosscuts have been carried  out. ���..������'���''  On the Grown Silver, an adjoining  property owned by the same company,  a contract was let last week to sink the  shaft to the 300-foot level. ,   7^  Owing to a combination of circum  stances, Eastern-capital has been some  what   chary   about   investing   in the  Boundary country, but strikes such as  has just been made on the Sunset will  give them new confidence.  crease of $1,449,694, equivalent to an  increase of 13# per cent, over last  year. -  In consideration of the fact that the  temporary closing down of .certain of  the mines caused a deficit: ;of$910,:644  in silver and lead values alone, the  above is a very creditable showing.  The reports state that there is every  reason to believe that but for this shutting- down there would have been derived from these same mines an in  crease of $500,000 in place of the  present deficit, which would have  brought the yearjs-increase to $2,863,-  159,. or about 27 per cent, over last year.  The gold production- for the year  1899, which includes both the placer  and lode gold, amounted to the very  sum of $4,202,473, and it is very gratifying to note that never before in the  history of the Province has the gold  production reached the four-million  mark. The nearest approach was in  1863, when the production was $3,913,-  563, the figures this year leading those  of any-previous year by $288,910. ;The  yield of placer gold was $1,344>900,  which. ha.d not; been equalled within  the' past 12 years. This increase is attributed by the report to the Atlin district, which during the'year .entered  the list as a serious producer, and,  despite the disadvantage of a late first  season and many disputes "as to the  ownership of claims, has yielded about  $800,000 in gold.  The output of gold obtained from  lode mining was $2,857,573,!an increase  ovor last year of sonie $656,356, due  chiefly to the great increased tonnage  of the Rossland camp and the operations of the Ymir'mines in the Nelson  mining division.  The amount of fine copper produced  in the Province during the year 1899  was 7,722,591 pounds, an increase of  about 6 per cent over last year. The  report shows that while this increase  in the actual output is comparatively  slight, the;; exceedingly /good7 market  prices, ruling' throughout the year  caused the value of such production to  amount to; a.n Increase of about 55 per  cent over that of 1898. So far the copper-producing districts are practically  confined to three���Rossland, Nelson  and the Coast. The copper production  of the Coast district for the year was  654,972 pounds 7of: fine copper, produced f rom so,me 5,200 tons of .'ore, the  product of mines; on Texeda Island, on  Mount Sicker on the east, coast, and  hear Alberni on the west cpast of Vancouver Island.  The fact that many of the largest  producers of the Slocan had been shut  down either partially or entirely for  the greater part of the producing- year  since June or July, owing to aquestion  between the mine owners and their  workmen, accounts for, the poor showing of the silver-lead jproducts chiefly!  ���___._. _"_. '_!__. _.'._--.___:       rt-,x j���'_:_._ -_-.-:. _.!��� -._:"_.''  WAR J5ACLE  Times Representative Visits  Well-Known Property.  THE DEVELOPMENT WORK  Lar_re Ore Body Opened Up  Development Work ���Future  Development Work.  by  obtain possession of the money. They  were not long engaged in accomplishing what they had set about, for the  same day, a few hours after the sale  had taken place, they had the Indian's  wealth in their coffers and were proceeding to get hilarious.  As soon as complaint was made the  sheriff started out to capture his men,  and on Sunday last he succeeded in  finding Faust at Bolster as he was  preparing to dodge the sheriff's vigilant eye, but the officer was too quick  for him and had him in the toils before  he made goo'd his escape. Wheeler,  the other party to the crime, was apprehended at Molson some few hours  later in the day.  Faust and his partner appeared before Justice Cresson and_ were committed to the jail at Conconully, there  to await trial.  IS  lartin Was Hopelessly Beaten  By the People Saturday.  I0BL SMITH CURTIS WINS  a Narrow Majority���Results  Over the Province���How the  All  Opposition Stands.  gave a good bulletin service at the  Auditorium and B. C. hotel and the  Spokane and Northern a satisfactory  service at the Pacific and Windsor.  Large crowds were at the different  places to hear the results. Below are  given the different constituencies won  by the opposition and government and  the names of the members :  Opposition.  CONSTITUENCY. CANDIDATE.  Albemi.....y... 7.............Nbii,L.  Comox..........7.................MouncE.  Cowichan............ .....Dickie.  Cariboo......;.... .. ........Hunter.  Cariboo........ ..RODGERS. ,  Chilliwhack..... -... Munro.  Dewdney McBride.  T__Esq___s_____t_.-������_^__^^  Joe Martin  is crushed.   Saturday's  Ilection was a death knell to personal  overnment, and political adventurers  this   province.     From Alberni to  last Kootenay and from jthe Interna-  Jional Boundary to Cassiar, the ballots  loured in'against Mortin.   The result  n Rossland district was a surprise to  _any.   Those who thought they knew  Ilaimed that Rossland city would give  governor   Mackintosh    a    handsome  lajority but the other portions of the  Jlstrict would 7be in  favor of Curtis,  was felt that the  election would be  flose, and so it was, but the pre-election  .mputers were out.     Rossland piled  i an adverse vote that swamped the  einainiug portions of the district and  jave Curtis a majority of 34   in   the  |/l.ole riding.  Jn Greenwood,   both  sides   worked  (ard and it was felt that the vote wovld  e close, and so it was. The result by  oiling booths follow:  Curtis   Mackintosh  Sfossland  615 547  trail  64 137  lireenwood .....226 217  brand Forks 143 : 119  Phoenix, 96 71  Columbia  48 8s  lidway '.  23 54  Dholt :... 49 25  _ascade.:  28 16  Jladstone  27 12  tfotal   1319 1285  |viajority for Curtis    34  Lack of space prevents a detailed  j-eport of the result throughout the  Province.   Saturday night the C. P. R.  Esquimalt. Hayward.  NortheastKootenay WELLS.  Nanaimo......... ....'..Smith.  South Nanaimo Dunsmuir.  TBast Lillooet Prentice.  West Lillooet    .-.Smith.  Richmond Kidd.  Vancouver.. .Garden.  Vancouver... ...... ..Tatlow.  Victoria Turner-  Victoria .....Helmcken.  Victoria........ :...-. Hall.  Victoria McPhillips.  South Victoria Eberts.  North Victoria....... ...Booth.  Slocan....... ...Green.  Nelson..... ���Houston.  Revelstoke ...Taylor.  North Yale Fulton.  East Yale Ellison.  West Yale Murphy.  Cassiar (no election) Irving.  Cassiar (no election) Clifford.  Government.  CONSTITUENCY. CANDIDATE.  Delta  ..Oliver.  East Kootenay .Smith.  New Westminster Brown.  Vancouver...;  Martin.  Vancouver.. Gilmour.  Rossland Curtis.   '���*  North Nanaimo McInnes.  Opposition, 31; Government, 7.  MINISTER OF MINES REPORT  Shows �� Substantial Increase In the Mineral  Output for Year.  The annual report of the minister of  mines for the year ending December  31st, 1899, is a very clear and comprehensive review of the mining- industry  in this province during the past year.  It shows that the total mineral output  of the province for the year 1899  amounted to $12,356,558 as against  $10,906,861 for the previous year, an in-  in that districts. The total'yearly ton  nage of the Slocan district has dropped  from 30,691 tons in 1898, to 21,507 tons  in 1899, according to the returns of ore  treated or shipped. The tonnage actually mined, according to the report,  would be somewhat less,;, as some of  the mines having concentrators utilized  the period of enforced idleness underground, in running through their mills  dumps of second grade ore, which had  accumulated, whicli fhas'yhelp&lj; to  swell .the tonnage of tlie ore~-shiipped  and accounts for the greater propor  tionate decrease in the silver and lead  contents of ore,, there having been no  appreciable decrease in*the assay value  of the ores "mined.5 "This decrease,"  says the report, "Is in no way attributable to any failure or depreciation in  the mines themselves, but solely to the  fact that they have been worked only a  portion of the year'" /  '7/ 7' '7  -"'file* total^silver^^u^iSn^fbT^tlie  year amounted to 2,939,413 ounces, valued at $1,663,708, a decrease from the  production "of 1898 of 1,357,619 ounces  of fine silver, and of $712,133. ������:( y  " Quebec Province has contributed  largely in the financing of mining  companies operating in the Boundary  district. Well-to-do business men of  Sherbrooke are heavily interested in  the success of the War Eagle Copper-  Gold Mining company, owning and  operating the War : Eagle claim near  Phoenix, in Greenwood camp. Twenty-  four men are on the pay-roll of this  company, of which Clifford G. Buck is  the resident manager. The War Eagle  h<ts the distinction of being one of the  earliest locations in that camp, the  stakes having been set up by Robert  Denzler and Thomas Johnson in  August, 1891. At that time the law  provided the size of the claim should  be 600x1,500 feet, and within these  limits the two prospectors acquired  ground that was literally covered with  mineral-bearing rock. Considering  that at the time the claim was located  few prospectors had ventured into the  district, they had a pick of the big ore  bodies that cropped so conspicuously  on the surface.  Recently a Times' representative  visited the mine. Considerable surface  trenching* has been done in numerous  portions of the claim and two prospecting shafts sunk. - These workings  showed the ore to be well mineralized  with more or less copper sulphurets. The  present development is by shaft and  drifts. The. main working shaft is  down to a depth of 100 feet. It is a  double compartment 4.2x4.6 and 4.2x3  feet respectively. At the 100-foot level  a drift west has been run 165 feet. At  this point it is now proposed to fun an  incline raisie to the surface, which will  pass through, it is believed, a rich  chute of ore that is open on the surface at a point where the outlet will be  made7 The east drift has progressed  85 feet and is to be continued to apoint  under an old shaft, sunk to a depth of  30 feet, where an upraise will be made  to.connect with same. These drifts  have cross-cut several stringers of copper ore, but so far no attempt has been  made to follow any up, as it is believed  that one of the pay chutes of the ore  body is to the west, where the rise is to  be made.  The mine is equipped with a splendid machinery plant, which is housed  ih a substantial manner. The gallows  frame for the hoist being one of the  finest in the camp and of modern de-  sign. The plant consists of half of a  ten drill Rand duplex compressor, an  80 h7p. Jenckes boiler and a 30 h. p.  hoist capable of hoisting from a depth  of 400 feet. The water is pumped to  the surface with a 14-7-12 Knowles  station pump with a capacity of 1,200  gallons per -hour. The water supply for  the machinery is pumped by a No. 5  Cameron, with a capacity of 800 gallons  per tiomv Altogether, the War Ej-gle  tfas~oneof thelnostmodernTplants in  the district,  splendidly installed  and  BIG PLANT FOR LE ROI.  Compressor  'Before  CELEBRATION  Good Work Being Done by the  Committees.  THE MEETING LAST NIGHT  Finance  Committee   Report   Nearly  $2,000 Already Subscribed���Splendid Celebration Promised.  Are Having Another 40-Drill  Installed.  A Rossland dispatch says:  its second 40-drill compressor has all  arrived from Sherbrooke, the*Le Roi  Mining Company is calling for tenders  for a third compressor of the same  capacity, which will be needed as soon  as the contract-can be let and the  machine built and installed.  There is now in use one 40-drill compressor and the second 40-drill machine  is now on the ground being installed.  Two carloads of it have not arrived,  but as they include the parts which  will be needed last, they will not delay  the installation. When the new compressor is in operation, there will be  capacity for 92 drills, but it is proposed  to then lay off the 12-drill machine except in emergencies on account of the  high cost of operating it compared  with the larger machines. This will  leave 80 drills which will be, about  enough to operate the Le Roi mine to  its full capacity when the new hoist is  iu operation, and at the same time to  carry on the development of the Josie  No. 1 and Nickel Plate.  It will not be very long before all  three of these mines are sufficiently  developed to warrant their beginning  to produce ore; in fact they could produce now if they had the proper railroad connections. Additional power  for dr^ls will then be needed in the  stopes of the three mines. Forty more  drills will not be any too much if the  Le Roi is to be kept up to its full producing capacity and a safe reserve of  power is to be provided. B. A. C.  mines will then have compressors for  120 drills, leaving out of consideration  the 12-diill machine, which will be held  in reserve.  This new machine will give the B.  A. C. the largest air-compressing plant  in Canada, and there will be few larger  in the United States-  MINERAL   ACT.  .. Established 1862.  1,._.. ....... -... -... - .,, TTII , m t in>> vmm-.  Furniture  Linoleums i  Cork Carpet  Curtains "  Wallpape  Complete House Furnishings.  _.  large  stock  of Fine  and  Medium  Priced Goods) in above Hues.  Send for Samples and Prices���free.  capable of opening the mine from  prospective to the shipping stage.  ..      AGAIN IN THE TOILS.  the  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  BALLARAT  Mineral Claim, situate  in .*_-.���  Kettle Ri-ver Mining- division of Yale district.   Where located:   In Kimberly camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for Nicholas Garland, free miner's  certificate No. 19661 A, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, intend to apply to the mining  recorder for a certiffcate of improvements for  the purpose of obtaining- a crown grant to the  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenc.d before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 6th day of March, 1900.  I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  The -Dominion Day celebration committee have got down to work with a  vim, and if the present enthusiasm is  kept up the celebration will be the  very best ever held in the interior.  There was a full attendance at the  meeting held in the city hall last night,  with D. A. Cameron in the chair.  W. M. Law, chairman of the finance  committee, reported that they had. canvassed the city for subscriptions and  that up to date they had received  $1,822, The committee were not through  yet, and they believed they could secure over $2,000 for prizes. The report  was received with applause.  The sports committee, horse-racing-  and drilling committees reported progress. They were.awaiting the report  of the finance committee, but now that  was so encouraging they would go  right ahead.  Arnold Hallett was placed on the  music committee, instead of Chief  Henton, who was called to St. Paul on  account of the illness of his father.  John R.Porter offered a band of 10  pieces for the two days' celebration for  $100.  Mike Kane, president of the Miners-  Union, asked that the union be allowed  to give the dance. The committee  decided, after discussing the matter, to  give the dance under the auspices of.  the celebration committee.  Communications were read from the  Nelson and Rossland baseball teams  asking for further particulars reguard-  ing the celebration.  The excursion committee reported  that they were considering the matter  with the C. P. R. officials but there was  as yet nothing definite to report.  The different committees were grant-  the following amounts: Drilling, 5400:  Horse racing, $400; Music, $100; Decorations, $100; Sports, 700; Printing, $75.  Messrs. Nelson, Hooper and Rodg"ers '  were appointed a committee to arrange  the procession.  Hose teams from Nelson, Rossland,,  Trail and Grand Forks will be invited,  to enter against a local hose team.  The committee meets again on Tuesday night.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate ot Improvements.  -'PEACOCK" Miuoral Claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District. Where located : In Deadwood camp  TAKE NOTICE thai I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  ag>'nt for "l-'.di.ar.l H. Mortimer. _?re��  Miner's Certificate itfo. -.6034,Georgi;.K. Naden;  Free Miner's Certificate No. 14357A, and C. H.  Brown, Free Miner's Certificate No. 19559A, intend sixty days from the date hereof, to - apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  I. H. HALLETT.  =iDated.thisa3tl__day-O__0ct0ber,,1899.^35r44   111 BROS., .1.1111. Bi  _w<e��i Miiiniiiii wiatKHmmmiiiiii  ���~pi  MINERAL ACT, 18%.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ELECTRIC mineral claim situate in the Kettle  rieyr mining division of Yale district.  Where located : In Long Lake camp.  AKE NOTICE that we, The Vancouver  and Boundary Creek Development  and Mining Company, L. * L. Free  miner's certificate No. 29759' sixty days from  the dEte hereof, to. apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the  purpooe of obtaining a Crown Grant for the  above mineral claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvement.  Dated tliis 2nd day of June, 1900.  Vancouver and Boundary Creek  Development and Mining Co., L- X,.  Theodore Faust Arrested at Chesaw For  Robbery., ������;.,  Theo. Faust, who has been so frequently in the clutches of the law, and  who generally escaped, is again in  trouble.' This time he is charged with  rolling a Siwash and robbing him of  $20.; The Chesaw Times describes the  circumstances as follows:  "Deputy Sheriff Sanford brought into the city Sunday two men who will  have to account for a serious charge  lodged against them.  j. heodore Faust, who was implicated  at "Republic in a robbery, and over in  Wardner, Idaho, charged with murder,  arid at Niagara, B. C, in a highway  robbery, but who got off this last  offence by turning Queen's evidence  and sending his partner in crime to  the peuitentary, and who has been  before Commissioner Cresson a couple  of times before, charged, with assault  with attempt to kill, and selling  whiskey to Indians, and who has figured prominently in recent years in various and sundry cases ranging from  manslaughter "all the way down to  petit larceny, and who is considered a  bad man generally, must now answer,  in connection with one Wm. Wheeler,  to the charge of holding up an Indian  by the name of "Bund-grass'' at Molson on May 25th, and relieving him  of $20.  It would appear that the Indian had  sold a horse, receiving therefor $20,  and by some means these individuals  learned of his having the proceeds on  his person, aud forthwith connived to  TINTIC Mineral Claim, sitnate in the Kettle  River Mining division of Yale district.  "Where located:   In Deadwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett,  free miner's certificate No. 19S10A, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  mining recorder for a certificate oi improvements for the purpose of obtaining a crown  grant of tha above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 12th day of March. 190C.  I. H. Hallett.  MINERAL ACT. 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMEKT.  NOTICE.  "BARROW" Mineral Claim situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division' of Y-Ue  District. Where Located : In Skylark  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, na  agent for George R. Naden, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 14357A, lean P. Desrosiers, Free Miners Certificate No. B604c, John  Layeax, Free Miner.s Certilicate No. B6355,  Frank II. Parker, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B6150 and Earnest J. Livermorc,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B6321,  Intend   sixty   days  from   date   liereof, to ap-  fly to tbe Miniug Recorder for acertiticate of  mprovemeuts, for the purpose of obtaining a  crown Grant of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 16 day of March, 1900.  58-67 I. H. HALLETT,  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate  of improvements.  "STANDARD" Mineral Claim situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale Dis-  trict.   Where located : In Deadwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for Phil Aspinwall, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 34801A. and James Johnson,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B7852, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate ot Improvements, for the puroose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take  notice that action, nnder  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements,  I. H. HALLETT.  Dated this 9th day of February, I'M).    3��"-44  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  BUTCHER BOY Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining division of Yald district. Where located: In Deadwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallelt-  as ajfent for the Butcher Boy Gold and  Copper Mining compkny, limited, non.personal  liability, free miner's certificate No. B28965,  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 to the above claim.  Aud further take notice that action,(nude  section 37, must be commenced before the issn  ance of such certificateof improvements.  Dated this 6th day of March, 1900.  I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL, ACT, 1896.  CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE..  HAMILTON Mineral Claim situate in the  Kettle River Miniug Division of Yale  District. Where located : Kimberly  Camp.  TAKE NOTICL that I, Mary t.arlaml, Free  Miner's  Ceitificate  No.    19632a    inieiul  sixty days after date hereof to applv to the  Miningltecordur for a Certificate of  Improvu-  for the purpose of obtaining a Lrown  ments  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action nude  Seetion 37 must be commenced before tli  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 27th day of Februarv, WOO.  28-37 MARY GARLANt)  Mineral Act. 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTIOE.  ANACONDA, COLUMBIA AND KOOTENAY Mineral Claims, situate iu the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District; Where locrted : About two aud one  half miles northerly from Greenwood.  AKE notice that I, J. A. Kirk acting as  _     asent    for    Wm.   T.1       Olliver,     Free  Miner's Certificate  intend sixty   days    from  to apply to the Mining  nnj  cate  ���..#:r*?ji  m  No. 3S674A  the    date    liereof,  Recorder for a Certi fi-  Improveraents,   for   the   purpose   of  obtaining a Crown grant of tho above claim.  And   further   take notice that action under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 1st day of Mav, 1900.  J. A. KIRK. \  Roberts   Meets  With   a Slight Reverse���Metliuen and  Kitchener Gain a Complete Victory Over Dewett.  Roberts is Hopefut^Communications Are  Established Between  All British Forces.  LATEST  POPULAR  NOVELS,  London, June 14.--T-.ord Roberts'  line of communication is practically  restored by a complete vjctory gained  by General Methuen and General  Kitchener over General Dewet yesterday. The Boer camp was captured and  the burghers scattered in all directions.  Lord Roberts has fought a battle  with General Botha 15 miles southeast  of Pretoria. Botha had a strong force,  and the position' is practically unassailable. The British forces met  with tremendous opposition. Botha  held his ground and attacked the British flanks.    Lord Roberts telegraphs  END IS NOT YET.  The Chinese Troubles Are of a Very Serious  Nature.  London,   June    14.���The    Chinese  insurrectionists are entrenched outside  of Pekin to oppose the advance of the  the international column.  .They have  guns trained   on   the  American   and.  British legations.   Two thousand Russian  troops landed at Taku;   United  States Minister Conger asks for 2,000  American troops.   The dowager  eir_7  press says .she will not object to the  presence    of   foreign    forces.     This  change of front caitie as a surprise to  officials and diplomats, but the Boxers  are implacable.   The end is not yet.  that thc eneiiiy gained a slight success,  but Her Majesty's government need  have l.Orapprehensiqn :as to the security of the army in South Africa.. He  has c6'mmunic'alion with all forces.  He deplores the death of the Lord of  Airlie, Major Lion forte aud Lieutenant Honorable Cavendish.  The details show that Lord Roberts  has a-firm grip on' the situation and  will soon surround Botha.  Reports froth Generals Kitchener,  Buller, Methuen arid Hunter indicate' a  most satisfactory arrangement7 of  forces and an assurance of the early  conclusion of the war.  TO HAVE AND TO HOLD  ,'���������.������.:���-     MARY" JOHNSON.     ": '<:..  RED POTTAGE  MARY CHOLMONDELEY.  JOAN OF THE SWORD  WAND,  ' S. R. CROCKETT.  THE GREEN FLAG  CONAN DOYLE.  RESURRECTION,  TOLSTOY.  BY THE MARSHES OF  MINAS,  CHAS. G. D. ROBERTS.  DAVID HARUM,  WESCQTT, g  RICHARD CARVEL.  WINSTON CHURCHILL,  FABLES IN SLANG.  C.'liO. ADE.  JANICE MEREDITH,  GLORIOUS NEWS  Comes from Dr. D. B. Carg-ile,. of  Washita, I. T. He writes: "Electric  Bitters has cured Mrs. Brewer of  scrofula, which had caused her great  suffering" for years.. Terrible sares  would break out on her head and face,  and the best doctors could give no  helpjbut dow'her health is excellent."  Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known. ��������� It's the'supreme remedy  for eczema, tetter, salt-rheum, ulcers,  boils and running- sores. It stimulates  liver, kidneys andbovvels, expels poisons, help's digestion, builds up the  strength'.--'Only SOcts. Sold by Miller  Bros., Druggists, Greenwood; Guaranteed.- .;,���:���������'.  ���; . ���:���:���*4�����.���.���. __���  FORD  '1I_U  . LIMITED.,  B.C.,'733 Pender St7.7'.. ;.v.  7, ./-��     ��,:.��..  ./..AlsoNELSbN, B. C  . We ai'e Manufacturers and direct Importers, and carry a larire stock of Balances,Furnaces, Fire  Clay goods, Scientific and Practical Books, Glassware; Platinum Goods, Acids; Chemicals, and all  other Assayers' and Miners'.'requirements..'; Sole.Tjjents for* Morgan Crucible Company, Battersea  Becker's Sons'Balances. Etc. Catalogue arid full particulars sent on application,  and Standard Firebrick Co.,Crucibles and Muffles.    .,.,���....'  Braun's Gasoline" Furii^ces arid Cupel Machines.  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  FOR. SALB BY  McRae  PORTMAN BROS. & CO,,  , Proprietors.  TASK FOR  I  BANK OF MONTREAL.  The report of the annual meetirif*; of  the shareholders of lhe Bank of Montreal will prove . interesting reading.  The Bank of Montreal is very closely  associated with the business life of the  country and the remarkably fine showing- made during the past year speaks  volumes for the growing time in this  country. It ia said by some that a* bank  thrives in hard times but the facts do.  not bear out this contention. As will  b-seen by Manager Clouton's statement, the year was an exceptionally  good one for the bank in the Eastern  provinces, where they are enjoying an  unparalleled prosperity, but out here  in British Columbia where mining" and  other business has been retarded by a  combination of adverse circumstances,  the bank has not done so well.  That it has been an exceptional year  with the Bank of Montreal is shown.  by the directors increasing the rest  account $1-000,000 from the earnings of  the company. In addition to this the  bank contributed largely to patriotic  funds, the Ottawa fire sufferers and  -for other charitable-objects..TheTbatik  ���"'.'WANTED..; ������';'./'���������'  Tenders for cutting and pileing 1,000  cords-of four-foot wood' ingood timber.  For particulars write- ������'���  "'  ���'���������"' "-  ...        KEITH LACKEY, '-!,'  .    .Rossland, B C.  BOOKS, WALL PAPER,  ; OFFICE SUPPLIES.  GREENWOOD,  :    :    B. C.  PHONE, V, & N. 34.  ���*�������������������aatawaua-f  MINERAL   ACT.  To LET���Store on corner Greenwood  street. Two whidown also side entrance, lately occupied by D- McElmon.  apply to E.Kei'foot,-Greenwood St.:'  .'���' J/M. 'Coombs,' a"'Winnipeg-' commercial nian, is at the imperial. '������'.'.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  BUTCHER .'BOY Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining, division of Yald district., Wiiere located: In Deadwood camp.  TAKU I?OTXCE that I, Isaac H. .Hallett,  as agent for the Butclipr Boy Gold and  Copper Mining eompkny, limited, licni.personal  liability, free miner's certificate jjo. "^28905,  intend, slxt_* days from the date hereof, to apply  to the mining recorder for a certificateof improvements for the purpose of obtaining" a  crown grant-to the above claim.  And further take notice, that action, unde  section 37, must be commenced before the Issu  ance of sucli certificate of improvements.  Dated this 6th day of March, 1900.  I. H. HAL.EETT.  '^t^Wi.  !*-j^*y.<5!!->V  LOUIS BLUE,  PRES..' PETER GENEU-E.VICE-PRES.  POUP.ORE, SECRETARY.  LIMITED.  General Office,  Greenwood, B. C.  Telephones :  Columbia No.  '  ���Boundary Creek No.  Vernen * Nelson  Np. ?6.  Out*    Yards    aiid-Mills  located as follows :   .'.. ..,. ���  i ''Greenwood, Phoenix, Dead-  wood City, Eholt No. j., Eliol No.  2, Long Lake, Rock Creek, Skylark   Camp,    Nakusp,    Robson,  . Ymir and. Rosslaud.'    ���"���  ;���'-;  We Are Manufacturers  of all Kinds of : : : : :  staffs also received a handsome bonus,  McINNES   GOING.  A special dispatch from Victoria  today suggests that Lieutenant-Governor Mclnnes will resign. This intelligence will be gladly received by  the electors of the Province. The  probability of bringing order out of  chaos will be greatly increased by haying the gubernatorial chair occupied  by a man of sound judgment and discretion. His successor is likely to be  Hewitt Bostock, M. P., a gentleman  who is in every way well fitted for the  position.  -C. P. R. EXCURSION.  The  celebration   committee   should  make every effort to advertise the fact I  that special rates will be in force on '  the C. & W. for the benefit of   those  who will visit Greenwood during the  celebration.   Greenwood will be glad  to welcome visitors   from   Kootenay.  They will have an opportunity to see I  the mines of the district and get back  by   Sunday's, special  train' to take in ]  the celebration afc Nelson. .  R. P. "Williams, resident agent of the  Jenckes Machine Company has closed  an order with A.'J. McMillan, manager  ��� of the British Columbia (Rossland and  Slocan) Syndicate of London, Eng.,  owning' the SnOwshoe mine in Greenwood camp, for the following plant: a  70 h. p. boiler, a 2% Little Giant drill,  a Duplex No. 3-2-3 pump, with pipei  fitting, etc.  D. W. Moore,, purchasing agent for  the Trail smelter, has secured two carloads of rich ore from the Royal Victoria company, owning the Golden  Eagle mine ou the North Fork.  Several lajt-ge troops o�� Trained Horses andPonies,Monster  Menagerie of rare wild beasts. Real Royal Rowan  Hippodrome and the best of arenice talent. Two peiy  formarices, afternoon arid evening. Free outside exhibit  tion after; Grand.Street Parade,  GREENWOOD,   MONDAY,   JUNE 18.  THE-  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on Draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  TH0MAS & NEWC0FIB  s.  ...MINE A.ND STOCK BROKERS...  301-2.& 3 Fernwell Block, Spokane,   Wash., U.  We  have  buyers  for Winnipeg,    Brandon   and   Golden  Morrison. Knob Hill,   Reservation,   Mt.   Sion,   Jim  "  Blaine, Princess Maud, Black Tail, BvemngStar.  SEND YOUR STOCK TO US FOR CAREFUL ATTENTION  !��.  It will keep  you  thoroughly  posted  MAIL CONTRACTS.  SEPARATE-SEALED TENDERS,���'addressed-time Postmaster General, will be" received m  Ottawa until noon, on Friday the Otli July,  .1900, foi' the.conveyance of Her Majesty's  Mails' -on a proposed Contiact for four years,  three times ami once per week respectively each  way, between Midway;; aiid Pentictlou and  Fairview and Oroville, Wash., from the 1st  Septembci next.  Printed notices containing further information as to conditions of proposed coutr.ict  may be seen and blank foi ms of Tender maj'  be obtained at tin.; Post Offices of Penticton,  Okanagoti .Falls' Fairview, Camp McKinney,  Ruck Creek. Midway, Greenwood and Osoyoos,  and:at this office.  Post Office Inspector's Office .. )  Vancouver, B.C., 25th May, 1.00. f  '      W; H. DORMAN,  Post Office Inspector.  MINERAL ACT, 190_.  Certificate  of Improvement,  NOTICE  '���JO*LIETTI3 FRACTIQJ.A1"," Mineral Cla.m  situate Wi llie Kettle Rjver Mining- Division of  Yalp  pi->tripl,    Where located :   Deadwopd  T'a'HV, NOTICE th -it I. Join, P. McLeod,  li'ice Miner's Certilicate No. H6356. as  agent foi J<tlin B. Desrosieiii. Free Miner's  Certificate Nq. 1.60.3. intend, si'ixty daj s from  the date hereof, to apply tq the Mining  Recprder.fora Cert'dicateof Iniprovemeiils, for  tlie purpose ��>f obtainini; a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice.that action, under  Section 37, must' be commenced before the is-  sicmceot snch Certilicate ot Improvements.  "  IJ iti-il this 3rd day of Maich, 1'XK),  -'-*-���--  ^ ' '.' J.* P. MctEOD.  _���!,___..___. __tJ.  in air the  mining  news of the  *��� \,     **  Boundary  country.  ���FOR���  Bar mirrors*     Plate,     Sheet  . or Coloured  Glass,  UJail Paper.     Paints.      Oils.  Uarnisbes.    Kootti  and Picture mouldings,   etc.  WRIT*;  " WVyE-rAsKEW; Gt-and Forks, B.C.  "Bouiulary Creek representativ of J. W. Melli  ���f "Victoria, who carries    the largest stockr  bove lines iii B. C^'     As  near.'ly all  of iuop  (jroofjs are imported via Cape   Horn" thechoe  freight e*fplv(des eastern dealers      .-.,  MINE^A     ACT.  -    Certificate of Improvements.  *-  /NOTICE.;'      .-.'.;  BENDIGO mineral claim, situate in the Kettle  River  Mining division  of. Yale���-district.  "Where located: 'In Kimberly camp. ".  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for Nicholas Garland, free miller's,  certificate No. 1%61A, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder  for-'iycertificate- of iiiiprovements,''for the pur:  p<Vscof obtaining- a crown grint to tlic abov-  claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 8th day of March, 1900.  , '.I..H.HAM.ETT.  The Greenwool  Electric Company.K^f  Are* now prepared to tmder-  ' take the installing oi lights  oa premises of- intending-  consumers. Before an-Zbuild-  ihg is connected tp the Company's mains, the wiring-  will have to be inspected by  an officer of the Company.  All work must be done in  accordance with the rules of  the National Board of Fire  Underwriters. Prices and  any further particulars can  be obtained at the office of  the Company' located on  Deadwood street.  Greenwood Electric Co;  Greenwood, *B. C.  MINERAL   ACTV  Certificate of Improveineiits.   .  .   NOTICE.,:  RATTLER Mineral:Claim, situate in the Kettle River Mining _division of Yale district.  Where located:In Wellington camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for- William- Garland, free miner's  certificate No. 1S680A, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to "apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvements for-tlie  purpose of obtaining a crown grant to the  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 6th dav of March, 1900.  I. H. HAI<r,ETT.  Mineral Act, 18^r  ��� Certificate Qf improvements,  ysjOTlCB, :'.-;';���;'.  IDAHO Mineral Claim,''situate.'i�� the Kettle J  River  Miuing: Division  of' Yale  district.  Wiiere locp.ted i   In "pougI<ake qamp,     ���. ,  TAKE NOTICE that il'Ql'^.'Siiaw acting-  *_>s ag'eiit-for J, I/UcVjTree Miner's certifi.J  qatu    8fl*!3*.>  and  the  P. A- , "kargey    estate;  J*reo Miner's certificate  396291.,'  intend   sixty  days i rom.' the ..date.-.., hereof,-; to apply to'.the')  ���   ���      ������       ���-.* '���-rtificate of imnm��o.i  ���.^......   .��. ��� -._.._.���       obtain!  Grant of the above claim.   . .-..   ,A  Miniug Recorder for a Certificate <  ���       '    - ... .    ..-:.-...;...  ���*  _t.i,.:_;,  w^nii'iy ivcvmuvt .... .. .^. .���--..-   llUjprove��i|  lttents   forthe purpose.of obtainiiigr a Crown  Arid further, take notice that action, under  section..37,-. must be  commenced ..before   the.  Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated tHls_2th day of April, A. D. 1900. ,��  :.   :33-4Z'���>:���������- '���'���'.C _E: SHAW.  Mineral Act. 1896.  Certificate  of Improvements.  NOTICE. '������'���'  MARGRIE mineral situate in.thc Kettle river j  Mining Diviuiou of Yale District.   Where  located In 'Skylark camp.    '  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. _E. Shaw acting  as, agent  for    Marry    McArthur,   Free!|  Miner's Certificate7734u, and George R. Naden,  Free Miner's certificate No. 14357a intend sixty  days  from the date hereof to apply   io   the  miniug recorder for a certificate of improve-I  ment for the purpose of obtaining a crown-  grant for above claim, ......  And further take notice that action   under  cectlou 37 must be commenced before the is-  snance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 17th day .April, A. D. 1960.  33-42 '"      C. M. SHAW.  MINERAL, ACT, 1896.  Certificate   of Improvement.  NOTICE.  IiAURA mineral claim, situated in the Kettle  y  River  mining  division  of    Yale  district.  Where located :    In Long kake camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. C. JE. Shaw acting:  as agent for Marry McArthur, Free  Miner's Certificate ~34_r, G. R. Naden, Free  Miner's.certifidate No. 14357a,. and. the P. A��  Largery estate, Free Miner's certificate No.  29629b intend, sixty days from the dat e heteot  ,to apply to the mining recorder for a certilicate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above claim.  And:further  take  notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the is-  isuanceof such certifictte of improvements.  Dated this 12th dav of April, 1900.  33-42 " C,^. SHAW.


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