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 .;" y- :";���. y ���ty;yyyyyytyyy��00i��^  " ''ftyyt^tfMW^  Vor;. VIII.  Published Weekly in tiie Interests of the Boundary Creek Mining District,  7 * GREENWOOD, B.G., THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1901.  9   -9  ���No.  ���9  m  BENDELL & CO. Afrl.for  J/a-VIda & VV.B. Corsets.  PREPARATORY TO  TAK.NG7 STOCK*  -IN-  Mantles, Furs,  Dress Goods, Silks,  Linens, Towels,  Sheetings/Carpets,  Linoleums,  Blankets, Etc., Etc.  AMONG THE MINES  The Blue Bell in Summit Camp  is in Rich Ore at the  l .  ceipt-of the electrical plant for the  Standard Pyritic smelter which, they  aire about to install.   .  30/FOOT LEVEL ��� OTHER  Properties that Are  Looking Well  and Will Soon Be Producers.  7   Mining Notes .  RENDELL & CO.-Vfrents  for the La Vida and  .J..;"W. I*. Corsets.  Mantles, ��� Ladies' Jackets,   Coats  and  Capes at Cost to Clear.  FURS���Balance of Furs 25  percent  Discount.  Dress Goods and Silks,  _> 0 per cent.  Discount.  Tapestry and Chenelle' .Table Covers,  20 per Cent Discount.  Ladies Costumes, at Bargain Prices-  Skirts, ready made, 20 per fcent Discount. 77-'..7  Carpets and Linoleums,  20 per Cent  Discount during- sale.  Blankets,   white   and   grey,   at Rock  Bottom Prices.  RENBELL -& C  John Dorsey, who promoted the Lake  Shore   and B.  C.   Copper Mining-and  Development company, was down from  Summit   camp   the end of last week,  with . samples   of  chalcopyrite   taken  from the bottom of the'Blue Eell shaft,  at a depth of 30 feet.   The-specimens  exhibited to local mining- operators attracted   much  attention,   so  much so  that   before  Dorsey   returned to   the  property he had received a substantial  sized   cheque   for  a   block   of  50,000  shares   in   the   company.     The   purchaser   was  Pat- Welch,  the Spokane  railroad contractor.  Mr. Dorsey stated  that the money was on hand to take up  the second payment of the $67,000 bond  on the Blue Bellarid J.  S.  claims.    A  party, representing the .Chicago sharej  holders is shortly.expected in camp.  ;. A. B. Clabon, a Rossland mining  operator, after spending: several days  in the district returned to the Golden  City on Monday's train. After a-brief  visit to the Lardo Mr. Claborn goes to  Quebec to consult, with thc eastern  directors of the Quebec-Bouddary Mining company, of which he is managing director. At this meeting plans  will be made for the further development of the .Strawberry mine, in  Brown's camp,' including the installation of a machinery plant.  At the B. C. mine, Sntnmit camp'the  main shaft is now down past the 400-  foot leveland is beiiig continued. The  pay roll average's 105 employees, and  this will doubtless be increased when  new levels-are opened up.' ' '  At the Knob Hill, Phoenix cari_p,the  double-tracking of the tunnel has been  completed for a distance of 450 feet.  The tunnel is to be continued on  through the Grey Eagle ground so.as  to develop that property.      _      .  Sufficient work has-been performed  on the Little Bertha, Little Burne fraction, Little Burne, Brandon, and Brandon fraction in Phoenix camp; to allow the owners to obtain a crown  grant.  THE SIMILKAMEEN  A District that is Rapidly Com'  ing to the Front,  THE NICKEL PLATE MINE  Has Over 1,500 Feet of Development  Work Done on It���A General Review of the District.  The Chicago-British Columbia Mining company is a recent Illinois incorporation that will operate in the Boundary. The undertaking has an eight-  rrionth's bond on the Lake claim and  Yellowstone group in Skylark-.camp.  The first payment has been received  by the Spokane owners. R. McCul-  lough has -a force of men at work on  the Yellowstone group, consisting of  four claims, - Harry Shallenberger, his  partner, is at present in Spokane.  Today is pay-day for the emplyees  at the Knob Hill-Old Ironsides-Victoria group of mines and the Dominion  Copper company's properties, Phoenix  camp. ���      \. .  Work on the properties of the Dominion . Copper company, Phoenix  camp, is progressing satisfactorily.*  Sixty-five men are at present employed.  OFFICERS INSTALLED.  Last Tuesday night the officers of  Boundary Valley Lodge, T. O. O. F.,  were installed by D..D. G. M., W. M.  Law, assisted by a staff of past grands  from Grand Forks, Greenwood and  outside lodges. There.-was a very  large attendance of members and  visitors, the following being over from  Grand Forks:  A. L. Clements, Fred Clarke, T. E.  Cooper, Jeffrey Hummer, D. "Munroe,  J. A. McCatfum,George Chappie, A. 15.  Savage, Alex Dinsmore, Dr. C. M.  Kingston; Dan McLaren, Carson.  The  past  year in the Similkameen  disttict has been rioticable  by   the  interest   taken   in   its   future   by large  mining operators on the outride.   The  realization   that   this,  section   of the  province is without doubt, capable with  development   and the now absolutely  necessary means of transportation, of  producing both valuable minerals and  coal, is gradually dawning upon those  who are looking for virgin   fields, for  the investment of capital. The solution  of the transportation . problem is, from  all   accounts,   near   at   hand.     From  Vancouver  word   comes that the old  Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern charter   is to  be resurrected and that the  provincial government will bonus the  line   to the  extent of $4,000 per mile,  and   the   federal authorities will also  assist.   This line will open up a magnificent stretch of country, both arable  and   mineral,   from  the cities of.the  Pacific to the interior.   When the construction    of   this, .railway   shall   be  started,   the. scenes  and activity that  characterized the building of the Columbia   and  Western railway-will be  repeated on a larger scale.  Gold   was   first  discovered   on   the  In addition to the three-drill compressor- plant purchased for the No. 7  m.ine, Central camp, the management  has ordered from the James Cooper  Manufacturing company, through its  local agent, Mr.' Kirkpatrick, a double  cylinder, 8x10, hoisting engine, rated  at 30-horse power, a 10-horse power  boiler, .wire cable, skips, ore cars and  all ��� necessary sundries for such an  outfit.  Tuesday, Messrs. Cunningham &  Andersen closed a contract with the  smelting department of the British Columbia" Copper company, for the -complete installation of-the smelter electrical machinery plant. Work is now  in progress.   This firm is also in re-  -FOR GREENWOOD AND  GOOD GOVERNMENT,  For Mayor-^DUNCAN-ffOSS.  For Aldermen, Nortli Ward���A. E. ASHCROFT.  W, J. KIRKWOOD. GEO.  R." NADEN.  For Aldermen. South Ward-J. J. CAULFIELD,  M. KANE.  All in favor of good government and an un-  stuffed Voters' List are reauested to vote for  the afoove.  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ��  tt  *  gaulfielct  We Handle all Kinds,  of Shelf and Heavy  Eamoiit,J ^fd*afe''* * x  Get Your Supply of Builders' Hardwares  Doors, Sash, Paper, Wmdow Glass,  Plasters ��� Hair From Us. M  iiC^ESTIMATES-GIVEN FOR TINROOFING.^  We will continue  to occupy during  Whatever your  vocation may be it  will pay you to look  over this space from  week tp week. : : :  You will be kept  posted on all that is  ne w in our line,"  . learn of our prices  and all in all it will  MAKE MONEY  FOR YOU.  Diaries for Office and tbe  ",���-.* .   Pocket���1901.  The officers installed were as, follows: P. G., Jas. Kerr; N. G���, G. B.  Taylor;-V.G., D. -A. MacKenzie;"R.  Sec, Fred B. Holmes; Permanent Sec,  Duncan Ross; Treasv'-W. M. Law; conductor, H. ��� B. ��� Munroe; "warden, Wellington __!lson;0. G., Ralph Smailes;  I. G.y J. 7P. Flood; S. S.;  M. EJilderman and John Sauvey;  R. S, N. G., Thos. Gulley; I/. S.JN. G.,  Neill Lamont.  After installation an adjournment  was made to the banquetting hall  where iin appetizing repast greeted the  Oddfellows. The evening was spent  in fraternal speeches, songs, etc. ' The  visitors from Gateway lodge left by  special train for home on Wednesday  morning.  WEST FORK RAILWAY.  In this week's issue appears a notice  from local people who intend making  application for an act to incorporate a  company to build a railway up the  West Fork. Their intention is to connect with the C. P. R. at a point near  Midway and tap the rich mines of the  West Fork district. The immense  showings in that section and the  amount of development already carried  out justifies the application for a charter, It is hoped that there will be no  opposition to this project. While  wagon roads are important, a railway  is of the greatest value in the opening  up of a mining clistrict. The project  has the distinct advantage of being  handicapped by no engineering difficulties and in the event of the charter  being granted there is reasonable assurance that the railway will be constructed at an early date.  .  It is to behoped that the development  of this rich section will not be delayed  by lack of railway facilities and every-  encouragement should be offered* those  .who show a bona fide interest "to give  the connection so much desired* i n tnfe  interests of the district. .  Similkameen river "in 1860 and from  authenticated reports still in existence,  itis learned that~placer miners, by the  old method, made from $4 to $20 per  day from the bars and beds of the  streams worked. On the Similkameen  .itself the returns were. fairly uniform  for many miles, but seveJal of the adjacent streams were rich only in spots.  The Cariboo excitement drew the  pioneer prospectors away from the district which, however, the Chinese continued to work with varying success  up to the present time. Now large  syndicates and capitalists are paying  attention to hydraulicing and dredging  the rivers of the upper Similkameen.  Mineral claims were also staked in  the early 60's, and it is reported that a  shipment of ore was sent to San Francisco via the Hope trail to the coast  and thence by sailing vessel to Frisco.  The returns of this trial shipment gave  37 per cent copper. Since Granite  creek excitement the district has progressed steadily. Only those who have  been through the country and know  its vast resources can form any appreciable idea of what it is capable, of  producing in the near future when  .transportation is available for Copper  Mountain, Hedley and other promising  camps.  . The area of the Similkameen covers  over 100 square miles and is divided  into twp. njdning divisions, namely the  Similkameen mining division, with the  recording office at Princeton, and the  Osoyoos. mining division with the  government jpfiice at Fairview. The  headwaters of the Similkameen river  rise- in the Cascade range of mountains, soCtth of the international boundary line and flows north for about 50  miles, dividing Copper mountain from  Kennedy mountain, twelve miles south  ���of Princeton.   The town of Princeton  .*_ .- ���  is situated at the forks'of the Similkameen  and Tulameen rivers and com  prises 320 acres which were first preempted   in  the eariy  sixties by J. F.  Allison,   the   pioneer   settler  of  the  Simiikameen valley.    In the spring of  1898-the townsite was acquired by the  Vermillion Forks Mining and Develop-   -  ment company.    Since then the place  has  grown  rapidly.   Last year some  excitement   was   caused   by   the   discovery of an excellent grade of coal on  the"1'Tulameen  river,  and experts say  that there is sufficient to amply supply  the   whole   district as well as the requirements of thc Boundary.  Among the principal mining camps  in  the upper Similkameen is that  of  Copper mountain, which is noted for  its   deposits   of bornite  copper.    The  best known   property   is the Sunset,  owned by  a company of which R. A.  Brown,   of  Grand   Forks,  is general  manager  and   a   heavy   shareholder.  Mr.   Brown,   accompanied   by   Smith  Curtis,   ex-minister of mines  for the  province,  was recently in New York  arranging   a  deal whereby sufficient  money will be forthcoming to place the  property on a shipping basis.   The ore  body from the surface cropping to the  bottom of the shaft, at that time at a  depth of ISO feet, is reported to assay  12 per cent copper.   The whole mountain   has been staked out and during     >t  the past year considerable prospecting  has been done on the numerous claims.  Kennedy mountain, across from Copper mountain, Friday creek and Roch  river are other sections that have received the attention of the prospectors  with favorable results.  The camps in the Tulameen river  district are located on Otter, Boulder,  Granite, and Brown's creek and Summit camp, situated near the summit of  the Hope range, are the headwaters of  the main river. ��� It is in Summit camp  >vhere a pass has been found for. the  Coast-Kootenay raiiway.  In the central Similkameen district  are Camp Hedly, Sterling creek, Pearson's and Riordan's camps beside Fifteen and Sixteen Mile creeks. Similkameen City is the principal supply point  for this district,  and; is.situated half  way between Keremeos and Princeton,  on the main wagon  road, traversing  the  valley   of   the   same name.   For  many years   this townsite was   unoccupied, under the belief  that it formed  a portion of Chuchuwayha Indian reserve, which lies in the center of Camp  Hedley.   This proved on* a survey being made by Frank Bailey to be inaccurate and consequently he purchased  the   land   from   the  government and  crown granted it.    It is now laid off in  lots and blocks on modern principals  and the coming summer should attract  a  considerable   population.   The   adjacent mining belt is about 80 miles in  width, running for over 40 miles in a  northeast and southeast direction from  Copper mountain to Bullion mountain,  on the east side of the Keremeos valley.  All of the above mentioned camps  are distinguished not only by the number of really first class mining properties but by the large extent of the  ore in sight, and the high grade of the  minerals.   The  ores in Camp Hedley  arechiefly arsenicaMronandchalcopy-  rite, carrying good commercial values,  while   Sterling   creek  and   Pearson's  camp  is phiefy copper sulphides of a  shipping character.   There are several  properties in Camp Hedley capable of  shipping ore as soon as transportation  facilities are provided in the valley below,   the   most   important  being the  Nickle Plate group, comprising eight  surveyed claims.   This group is owned  by the Standard Oil company interests        '  and the estate of the late Marcus Daly.  It is one of the best developed in the  whole district, some 1,500 feet of work  having been done the past year.   In.  1899 a car load of ore was packed out to  Penticton and shipped to the   Everett  smelter,   which   is said to have given  highly satisfactory returns.   Last fall  Mr. Rodgers, the superintendent of the  mine, constructed, with the help of the  provincial government, a wagon road  from Penticton to Camp Hedley, which  traverses    Pearson's   and   Riordan's  camps.   It will   be   continued on this  spring to Similkameen City, 6,000 feet  below, where it will join with the main  highway.  Adjoining the Nickle Plate group is  the Copper Cliff and Mound, owned by  W. Yolen Williams and associates.  Southend adjoining these two is another group owned by Superintendent  Hedley, of the Hall Mines, and Paul  Johnson, of the local smelter.  On Twenty-Mile creek is located the  Wellington, Giacker Jack, and Cannon  ball, owned here. Sterling creek camp  is noted for its rich surface croppings  of copper ore and many claims were  located last year.  The Similkameen district only awaits  transportation facilities when its  numerous camps will afford employment for hundreds of men in the mines  and prospects of its mountain ranges  and in the valleys below in the cultivation of the soil. It is a district destined to become no little factor in the  production of both copper and gold ores  of the province, _  .��.iS_S|3p  'fw��i__p|i  Mill January 16, 190L  ��__3-��  hS-*  the 6feiE&w66B wsfflS&A tfflflOS;  gatef-w^  ������ri il .*'-���������' '^i'i'-f--''"1^*_lnnr����iii'ii -*i�� i mm  I liave added to the equipment of my dental office an  apparatus for the administration of y y  Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen  for dental operations. This  is the latest, safest and best  method for the painless extraction of teeth or removal  of the pulp���destroying the  nerve.  Dr. R. Mathison  Both 'Phones.    Greenwood.  ��� '';*c-k'":v"''''  meekly Ximes,  l-UBIJSHED BY  The Greenwood Times Printing and Publishing  Company, Limited. I  Duncan Ross.   Editor.  THURSDAY,. JANUARY     1900.  FOR ALDBRMUN.  ratified an agreement between Dtihtjan  Mcintosh,   acting  as a trustee' for ~i  tramway   company, and the corpora-1  tion.   This agreement imposed certain '  conditions upon the company and the  corporation.     The   company   had   to  secure a charter  under 'the tramway  act and had to complete the road within- 365 days from the time the charter  was  secured and had to deposit with  the city $5,000,   which sum should be  forfeited to the city in the event of the  company not carrying out the terms of  the agreement.   The city had to assist  in  getting   the charter and agreed to  guarantee' the' interest on "a sum not  exceeding  $100,000  for   a term of 20  years at a rate of 5 per cent per annum,  It will be impossible for the tramway company to carry out the terms of  the agreement on account of delay ih  beginning operations and consequently  the new owners will probably ask for  a   new   agreement with the city.   It  should   be distinctly kept in mind in  order that the Tramway may be  kept  out of the*domain of municipal politics  that   any agreement entered into between the city and the. company must  be  ratified   by  the  ratepayers.     No  council can enter into any agreement  whatsoever with a tramway company  without   the -ratification   of the ratepayers.   The tramway question is not  a  political   one.   All  are agreed that  the   tramway should be tmilt during  the year.   It is of the greatest'importance to Greenwood.   The duty of the  electors  at  this juncture is to  elect  business   men to the council so that  construction of the tramway may no.  be  delayed by unwise municipal administration.  ���  TENDERS WANTED.  Tenders wanted for hauling 150,000  pounds of machinery and building material from Boundary Falls to the No.  7 mine, Central camp. Apply at once  for particulars at the No. 7 Miniug.  company's office, Anaconda, F. Keffer,  manager.  #-  SIAYMHOUSE  Comfortable furnished rooms.  Private Board. Home Cooking. Board and room from  $7 a week and upwards. ,-  Municipal mismanagement extending over a period of two years has at-  last aroused the citizens.to a keener;  interest iri' the affairs of the city and'  good men have set aside their natural-  repugnance to municipal politics in  order that interests of the city .may be  properly ^protected.. It is not often  that the electors have an opportunity  to place the right men in municipal  offices and they.are to be congratulated  upon the fact that men like Messrs.  Caulfield, Ashcroft, Kirkwood and  Naden have consented to' run. Out-  side~~bf M. ''Kaiie,v who is a new man  and who should:make a good alderman, the; rest7 of" the' candidates announced, have been members of the  last council. They; must answer for  sins -of omission' or commission, and  with a record. ,of mistakes, litigation  and impaired credit they can hardly  complain -if��� th'e electors take matters  into their /own hands and elect new  men to take their places. "It is' time  for change " holds good in Greenwood  if the career of blunders is justification  for defeating ��� the holders of elective  offices. The electors are not forced to  make a change for change sake. .They  have an opportunity to make a change,  for the better, a change that will give  the city, such management as it needs  at this critical juncture in its history.  It-is not a question of using conciliatory methods towards those who cap  a period of municipal mismanagement  with stuffing the voters's lists, but it is  a question of relegating to private life  those who are accountable for the mistakes and placing capable men in  position.  Mr. Caulfield is blessed with abundance of public spirit, is a good business man and-: has' wise and -weirdefined views on all questions relating to  the public welfare. Liberal and broad  minded, he is just-the man for office in  these growing times in the growing  -west. If merit and ability countythe  .-ejeejtors^of: the^ South Ward will place  Mr. Caulfield at the head of the pollsT  In the* North Ward, the electors are  equally-fortunate.- Mr. Ashcroft has  courage .and ability 9.rid when elected  to office, as . tie undoubtedly will, he  will exercise his good judgment and  common sense . in the interests of the  city. Mr. Kirkwood is pushing, enterprising with plenty of ability. He has  lived in the west for years, has become  inbued with the western spirit and his  energy and push is required in making  Greenwood the big city it ought to be.  Mr. Naden is so well known to the  electors and his election is so certain  that little need be said in his behalf.  He has been identified with the city's  interest almost since its inception. He  has always been a stalwart champion  of everything that was for the upbuilding of Greenwood and the fact that he  has consented to run is a hopeful sign  that the municipal -history of the past  two years is at an end. - Mr. Banner-  man, in private life, is an estimable  business man,* but he made the fatal  mistake of associating himself with  those who were in charge of affairs  during the past two years and must  stand sponsor in the North Ward for  their long list of municipal blunders.  The fate_of the city is in the hands  of the people. If "they want good,  government they'can secure it by voting against every member of last  year's council who seeks re-election.  THIS TRAMWAY.  Now that eastern capitalists have  purchased the rights bf the Greenwood-  Phoenix Tramway company and are  ready to construct a tramway system,  the electors; will doubtless be interested in the relations that exist between the tramway "company and the  city.  On N6v7 23rd, 1899, the ratepayer  MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, I90t  To the Electors of the Municipality of  the City of Greenwood:  Ladies and Gentlemen:��� I am a  candidate for the office of mayor atthe  approaching municipal election and respectfully solicit your votes and influence. During the campaign I will  have opportunities of explaining*'my  views at length.* Briefly stated, I am  in favor of the following:  The present state of city finances  and the stringency of the money market make it impossible to enunciate  a well defined policy of public improvements. An adequate system of waterworks is necessary and also somesuit-  able plan of sewering the city, but  these and other improvements must be  deferred until the city is in a better  ���financial position. I confidently, believe that by the exercise of wise judgment, the finances of the city can be  placed upon such a sound footing that  necessary public works can be constructed without placing excessive burdens upon the present taxpayers.  The credit of the city must be restored  and maintained. Litigation should  be avoided and I am in favor of an  amicable settlement with those who  have just claims against the corporation.  I If Greenwood is to occupy the prominence to which she is entitled by natural advantage, the city must be  brought into the closest touch with the  surrounding mining camps; "'During  i901 every effort should ,be made to  secure the construction of the tramway  without imposing additional burdens  on the ratepayers beyond those to  which they are already pledged. *  j The strength of etfery city, particularly one situated in the heart of a  mining district, lies in its workingmen  a.nd its future depends upon them. .1  a!m in favor of recognizing their claims  to proper protection. I believe eight  hours=: should, constitute ..alegal,_day_si  work and this principal should' he  adopted by the municipality.' Generally  speaking, I am iri favor' of  municipal work being carried on by  day labor; but in the event of contract  work being necessary, I would insist  that contractors should pay the current  wage.  ���I am opposed to the employment of  Chinese and the encouragement of  Chinese immigration and any power  granted to the corporation by the  Municipal Clauses Act should be exercised to the fullest extent in restricting  their employment in the city.  The mayor's time should be devoted  to the work of the city. I am not rich  enough to do this without compensation and if elected I will expect a sufficient sum to properly represent the  city without loss to myself.  The first of each year, estimates  should be prepared giving each section  of the city an equitable share of the expenditure and these estimates should  be religiously followed.  . I am your obedient servant,  y     Duncan Ross.  %-I,- Rithet & Go.  LIMITED.  j WHOLESALE   GROCERS  WINE AND SPIRIT  MERCHANTS.  VICTORIA, B.  C.  J  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT & SHAW,  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Pubuc.  Cable Address :   " hallett."  Codes.  Bedford M'Neill's   Greenwood,  Moreing s. Neal's -    B.'c.  Ijciber's.    ���  I. H. HALLETT.'  H. C. SHAW.  MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS 1901.  ' Green wood, Dec. 29,1��00.  A. E, Ashcroft, Esq., P.L.S.  Dear Sir:���We, the undersigned residents  and ratepayers in the; North Ward, respect-  Oully request you to become a candidate for-  alderman. Recog-uizlng that an important  time in the history of the city has been reached,  we believe that our best men should take charge  of civic affairs and we pledge you our votes  and influence should you consent to become a  candidate.   Signed  Thos. Miller, Duncan Mcintosh,  J. JrCaulfield, W. J. KHrkwood,  And thirty-five others.  To Mr. Thomas Miller and others:  Gentlemen:���In reply to your request to al  low myself to be nominated as a candidate for  the position of alderman forthe North. Ward in  the ensniug municipal election, I hereby consent to stand, and will, if elected, do my best to  promote the interests of the city.  ALBERT ASHCROFT.  PRINGLE & WHITESIDE,  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Pubuc, Etc.  Offices: Over Bank of Montreal, Greenwood.  Jm P. MCLEOD,  Barrister and Scwcitor,  Notary Pobi,ic, Etc.  Offices: Wallace-Miller block. Greenwood, B.C.  FORBES M.KERBY.CE'  Provinciai. IvAnd Surveyor.  Offices:   Greenwood,B.C.  ..  also J, A. Unsworth's*Store, Midway,B.C.  F.W. GROVES,  Civec and Mining- Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor,  greenwood, b.-c.  Mineral Claims Reported upon.': '  ..������'',';-.;'' Underground Surveys.  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  'ClVrLENGINEER, ---  'Dominion   andJ Provincial  Land Surveyor.  dkEENWOOD.   ':     :     :     :   B.  O.  BAUER A ASHCROFT,  ... ._���.' .v <.;���'-������������'.  provincial Land Surveyors  Mining and Civil Engineering.  Mineral Claims Surveyed and Crown Granted  Land aud Engineering Surveys"'  . ��� ��� ���-. -.-���    - - -'   t -  W. A. BAUER! C.E., P.L.S. A. E. ASHCROFT CE iFX.LS  VANCOUVER GREENWOOD  Wood  Block,  next door   to   Custom   office.,  . GREENWOOD, B. C '*  FUMITURE  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  CROCKERf"  GLASSWARE,  CUTLEP  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  Tbe largest  hotels and finest  ' 'residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  DAWSON   &   CRADDOCK  Cigars and Tobaccos,  Smokers' Sundries,  Comfortable Club Rooms.  Copper Street, Two Doors  Below  Rendell Corner,  NOTICE.  The Columbia and Western Railway  Company will apply to the Parliament  of Canada at its next session for an ac  assimilating its bonding powers in respect to its railway and branch lines  wefet of Midway to the powers already  given in respect of its lines constructed  east of that point, extending the time  within which it may complete its railways, and authorizing it to construct  such branches from-any of its lines  not exceeding in any one case thirty  miles in length as are from time to  time authorized by the governor in  council, and for other purposes.  ���H. Campbell Oswald,  Secretary.  Boundary  Valley   Lodge  No. 38,'I.O.O.F.  \A EETS every Tuesday  /   V   Evening-  at  8.00' in  their lodge room at Masonic hall.   A cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourning breth-  ���rn.      - - G. B.Tay_.or, N.G.  FredB. Holmes, Rec. Sec ;��� .���   J.  THE BANK   OF  Established in 1836,  Incorporated by Royal Charter.  Paid-up Casital...y...i........$4.866.666  Reserve Fund ���..���..,$1.581.666 ,  London Office:  3 Clement's Lar.e, Lombard Street, E. C  ' '-*-' ���:  Cocht of Directors.:.  J. H. Brodie, .John James Carter. Gaspard  Farrer, Richard H. Glyn, Henry I. R. Farrer,-  Ed. Arthur Hoare, H. J.B. Kendall, J. J. Kings-  ford, Fred Lubbock, George'D. Whatman.  "   Secretary 7A. G.W..1.is.   "!  y"  Pead office iii Canada: St. James st.-, Montreal  H. Stitceman, general manager.  J. Elmsley, inspector.  ,'     ���-'   *���-*--.������ ���     **  Branches in Canada:  London, Brantford, Hamilton, Toronto,  Kiugston,Otta\va,- Moutrea'l. Qneocc, St. John,  N. B., Fredericton, N. B., Halifax, Winnipeg,  Brandon, Victoria, Vancouver, Rossland,  Kaslo, Ashcroft. ��� Greenwood. Atlin Dawson,  Klondike, and Sidney, C B.  __GENTS IN THE UNITED STATES:  Spokane���Traders' National Bank and Old  National Bank. New York���(S2 Wall street)  W. Lawson and J. C Welsh, agents. Sail  Francisco���(124 ��� Sansome street! II. J. Mc-  Michael and 3. R. Ambrose agents.  y London Bankers:  The Bank of England and Messrs. Glyn ��fe Co.  Foreign Agents;    '*   '.'  Liverpool���Bank of Liverpool.   A stralla���  Unioii Bank of Australia. Now Bealand���Union  Band of Australia,  Bank of  New Zealand.  apmm���^  India, China and Japan���Chartorcd Mercantile  Bank of India, London aud China, Agra Bank.  West Indies���Colonial Bank. Parls-Marcuard.  Krauss & Co.   Lyons���Credit Lyottitals.'     '  J. ANDERSON, Manager. Greenwood   B. C:  B*'i..B��:.  ***y~      ^__t^      y*M/m  CHOICE CIGARS  AND  TOBACGOS X XX^c  FINE-  [fil  X   X  mf'a*  News Papers, Periodicals,  Circulating Library, Fancy-  Goods, Candies, Etc, Etc.  CF*\  CF*\  CF*\  CF*\  CF*\  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  e_  CF*  CF*  �����_  (F*  CF*  CF*  CF*  99  Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000.-'.  Rest.  .$7,000,000.  President:   Lord Strathcona and Mount Eoyal,  Vice-President:   Hon. George A. Drummond.  General Manager :   E. S' Clouston.  Branches in London, Eng. \  All The Principal  Cities    in    Canada.  .  ��� ....  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers'  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  New YorK, Chicago.  ; Grant Commerr.ialan  Greenwood Branch,     Fy J; FINUCANE, Manager.  mMmMmwwwmmMmmMmMK  �����  9 9  TRUST CO,, LIMITED LIABILITY  REPRESENTING:  PHOENIX  FIRE}  ASSURANCE .CO.,-.  ,   OF LONDON, ENGLAND.  WESTERN ASSURANCE   CO.,  OF Toronto.  BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE CO.,  * OF TORONTO  LIVERPOOIy, AND .LONDON AND GLOBE  ASSURANCE CO., OP LONDON; ENGLAND  BIRKBIJCK INVESTMENT & LOAN CO..  .     '  ; ;_���_ ' OF TORONTO.  GEO. R NADEN,  Manager  CABLB ADDRBSS  MAORI.  code:  MORBING_;& iNEAL.  THOS. MILLER, Mgr.  * TO LET:   Building- suitable fpr Stores or offices,  business  centre.  tot on Copper Street,  FOR SALE:   Well Furnished five.roomed house, easy terms of payment.  GREENWOOD. .'���. ��� ��� B. C  .. I*---*--*.:---*-'  COMPANY.  LIMITED.,      R.  GREIGER, MGR.  xxx, AgentsnEor Pabst Beer. XXX  Complete, line, Bat{SnppUes.:  .GREENWOOD  Harvey :&;Roblns. Proprietors.  X-   X*   ^v  COPPER STREET  4! tX   A POINTER. .X  First-Class Sleejers on all.Tralns From   7  j  Revelstoke ~ an4 ' Ko"otenay7 Xanairig. "(7  ']       TOURIST C^  I Pass Dunmore Junction daily for St.  Paul, ' Satueday's for Montreal and  Boston, Monday's and* Thursday's for  Toronto.  Same cars pass Revelstoke one day  earlier.  ���  9'. ������     ���'��� ���.'                     - ���          -��� '.���'���'   "'��� 9  -     _           .__.    . .j.  *  ... .9  9��� : : *  * For your eastern trip, is to see that your *  .9 TICKET READS VIA.      - *  9' *  # __ 9  |  CANADIAN PACIFIC  |  TRAINS DEMRTy  14:35 ) For Rossland, Nelson, San-  Ex. Sun. . don, etc., and all eastern  points via Crows Nest rout, connecting-  at West Robson for Nakusy, Revelstoke, Main T-.ina and Pacific Coast.  15:45 ) For Midway, where stage  Ex. Sun. \ connection is made for Rock  Creek, Camp McKinney and' Colville  Reservation points.  For time-tables, rates, and full information call on or address nearest  local agent, or       _  '  E. R. RE-PATH, agent, Gmhn^B'C.  CDc J?e$l S.ocK. Cbe neatest Rigs.  Copper Sttcet, Greenwood.               i  v THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  ;REWERY  PORTMAN BROS, & CO.,  Proprietors,  ASK FOR  - tnuteut  I  The^ElldiorflLager Beer Contains only; Pure Malt Hops, Try  It Ij It is kept on Draught or in Bc^^Jby^aU^.lca^-^ota,;  E. J. Coyle,  A.G.P.A. Vancouver.B.C  E. JACOBS  GREENWOOIX.  LIMITED.  VANCGVVER, B. C, 733 Pender St, Also NELSON, B. C.  Cataloguo and full parilcularr sent on application.  Braun's Gasoline Furnaces and Cupel Machines.  If so get him  extensive stock:  'Xmas>Box" from o.ur  .'. .SMOKERS'   SUNDRIES. .'.  which is bound to please, him. It includes.everything used, in Smoking, and each article is the best  of its kind--TH�� BE)ST IN CANADA.  :     THE QUEEN GIGAR STORE  ,,    - -I, ROBERT JACOBS, Manager.  Orders by Mail, Telephone or Telegraph promptly executed.*  . every day until midnight. .    tt  Open z&BtfjjifjrjKWiaffW"  1��hat__S',ttm��--^''E����-ra��^^ _  '��%te*����2di��n��*d��*��ffZ  ll!  J  I  ��� '-��� ���*' - --"-I-" '  MB 6ffi#NW63b*WB$K��Y,tflME$  AN OLD PI6NEER DEAD.  E. A. Bielenberg, a Prominent Min-  * ing* Man Dies Suddenly.  H). A. Bielenberg-, one of the best  known of the pioneer prospectors of  Boundar}' Creek, died at the Greenwood hospital on Saturday last after a  brief illness. Before death he made a  ��� will, leaving- his estate in charge of F.  ��� J. Finucane and Geo. A. Guess, whom  he named as executors.  E. A. Bielenberg-was born 3S years  ���ago in Holsteiiii Germany. As far as  can be ascertained he leaves a married  sister in. San Francisco; a brother who  is the Imperial German Consul at  Lima, the capitol of Peru, aud two  uncles in Montana.  Of a restive disposition,-his travels  had extended, to many quarters of the  earth. ; At the age of 18 he left'home  for Chili. From that country he went tp  Honolulu. For a time he. was manager of the sugar plantations of Claus  SprecVrels. His interests in the manufacture oi food products brought him  into intimate association with the late  KKal-ik_.ua I, King* of Hawaii, with  whom he amassed quite a fortune, but  left the islauds before thc outbreak of  the revolution. From San Francisco  lie again journeyed south, crossing the  Andes and touring Patagonia, Bolivia  and other Central and South American states. Then he drifted north and  in the 80's was engaged in thc banking  business in Montana. Here he lost a  fortune. Nothing* daunted he joined a  party bound for Hot Springs, camp,  arriving in the fall of 1890. Ains-  worth, as the place was afterwards  called, was the leading mining camp  of a ; vast stretch of country iittle  known to the prospector,1 extending  west from the towering Rocky mountains to the Arrow; L,akes. In July  of the following year John Seaton and  Eli Carpenter discovered the rich silver-lead deposits of the "Silvery Slocan," but it was not until 12 months  after when the news became generally  public that the first rush was witnessed.  Bielenberg and Eli Carpenter made  the trip into the Slocan, by-the way of  Kelson, up the Slocan river,- and onto  Slocan lake, thence following Carpenter creek to Three Forks. His venture  proved unsuccessful.-  ln the spring of 1895, the "Count," a  sobriquet by which he since became  familiarly kuown, wandered into the  Boundary district, and from that  period resided in this city. He was  largely interested in the Buckhorn  Gold Mining company, and at the time  of his death was superintending the  development of this company's holdings. He practically owned the" whole  of the stock in the Arlington-Burns  company. With partners he had considerable interests up the West Fork of  the Kettle river and iu the far Kitti-  mat district. He acquired consider--  able money from the sale of mining  properties, the greater portion of which  he reinvested in the district. Mr.  Bielenberg had a large number of  friends.. He was a cosmopolitan in  the true sense of the word. Well educated - and intelligent and having  travelled extensively, he was alike at  home in the great city or in the prospector's cabin in the mountain; a brilliant conversationalist, he often entertained his friends by splendid descriptions of exciting incidents in his life.  He was one of the most interesting of  the argonauts of Boundary and his  death is universally regretted.  Funeral services were held Sunday  afternoon at Gulley's undertaking  parlors and at the,cemetery Boundary  "Valley lodge I. O..O. F., of which the  deceased was a member/attended in a  -body-��� Short-'but^impressive^services1  were conducted in the parlors -by Rev.  Mr. Anderson, of th'e Presbyterian  church, and at the grave, Noble Grand  James" Kerr and Chaplain Fred B.  PJolmes conducted the services for the  Oddfellows. "In addition to the members of the lodge there were a large  number of friends and acquaintances  present. - ....���"���  TO THE PUBLIC.  Having sold our business to the-Rus-  sell-Ivaw-Caulfield Company, Limited,  we desire to thank our friends and  patrons for their liberal patronage  during the time we have been in business in Greenwood. The new firm will  commence business on or about January 15th. Until the three stores have  been inventoried, they will occupy all  three stores as at present. ' As soon as  the inventories are completed, the  Caulfield & Lamout stock will be removed to the Russell Hardware company's store, and until1 their new brick  block is erected they will continue  business at the old stores of the Russell Hardware company and W. M.  L,aw & Co.  Again thanking-you for your courtesy  in the past  an'd. requesting- a liberal  share of your patronage, for   the  new  firm, in future, we are sincerely yours,  .:   Russell Hardware Co.,  ���   W. M. Law & Co.,  CAULFIELD & I/AMONT.  PANTHER KILLED.  A large female panther was killed  last Sunday at the ranch occupied by  Watson and Berry, near Boundary  Falls. The animal had entered the  hen house and. was'tnaking a feast of  .- ;   ,   '.-���,���     'i;i:'"-:K .'���    7 -'  '���   ..     '      '*'.--   ������������������'���. .  the chickens when the noise awakened  Captain Berry who went out and whilst  the animal was in the hen house shut  the door of the high-fenced chicken  run. He then called Mr. Watson who  shot it through Uie brain. On being  stretched out it measured six feet from  tip to tip, and while Messrs. Watson  and Berry regret the loss of about 16  hens which the panther had killed,,  they are glad 1h��it they succeeded in  riding the neighborhood of this beast  which has lately been, causing.such  deprecations in theii vicinity.  THOUSANDS SENT   INTO EXILE. !  Every year a large number of poor  sufferers whose lungs are. sore and  racked with coughs are urged to go to  another climate. But this is costly  and not always sure. Don't be an exile  when Dr. King's New Discovery for  Consumption will cure you at home.'  Its the most iufallible medicine for  coughs, colds, and all throat and lung!  diseases on earth. The first dose]  brings- relief. Astounding cures result from persistent use. Trial bottles  free at Miller Bros.' drug store. Price  50c aud $1.    Every  bottle guaranteed.;  A PAINFUL ACCIDENT-  Jim Smith, a miner at the Ah There.]  Deadwood camp, suffered severe injuries to his, face, by a powder blast.j  oh Saturday, and was removed to thej  Greehwood hospital. On Mondy ^he  left for Spokane for treatment by an j  eye specialist. It is feared he will  loose his right eye. The accident happened, as hear as can be ascertained,  by his candle being put out from the  the spitting.of the fuse, which he had;  lighted in the.bottom of the shaft. He  ascended to the drift, lighted his candle, and : was/bending down into the  shaft ; to   haul* up  a ladder when the  blast went off aud he received the full  -������ ������������..-��� .     , -i ���  effect in his face. .  A DEEP MYSTERY.  It is a mystery why women endure  backache, headache, nervousness,  sleeplessness,melancholy fainting- and  dizzy spells . when thousands have  proved that Electric Bitters will quickly cure such troubles,- "I suffered for  years with kidney .trouble," writes Mrs  Phebe Cherley, of Peterson, la., '"and  a lame back pained me so I could not  dress myself, "but Electric ; Bitters  wholly cured: mc, and, although 73  years old, I now am able to do all my  housework;" It overcomes constipation, impjoves appetite, gives perfect  health. Only'50c at Miller Bros.' drug  store. . .   ;'���-;���':'  NOTICE OF PRIVATE BILL,  Notice'is -.ereby' given that application will  1)0.made: to jlie Legislative Assembly, of.. the  Province of British Columbiaat its next session,  for'a private bill to- incorporate ~a company* to'  build, equip, maintain and operate a line or  Hues of' railway, of ��� standard . guage with any.  kind of motive power froma point at or near*  the town of Midway to a point at or hear .the  mouth of Rock creel., thence in a northeasterly  direction tp the IW est Fork of Kettle river,  thence following the West Fork of said river to  its head, thence by the most convenient route  via Okanagan Mission valley to Vernon, with  power- to construct, operate and ' maintain  branch lines to any point within twenty miles  of the.main line of railway, and, with power to  construct, operate and maintain all necessary,  bridges, roads, ways ''add'- ferries, and to' construct, acquire, own and maintain wharves  and docks in connection therewith, and to construct, own, acquire, equip and maintain steam  and- other vessels and boats and operate the  sameon any navigable*waters,andto construct,  operate and maintain-telegraph and; telephone  lines along the routes of said railway and its  branches or In connection therewith, and to  transmit messages for commercial.purposes, to'  generate electricity and supply light, heat arin  power, and to erect, construct, build and maintain-the necessary buildings and works, and.  with power to take water from the falls on  Spallumchecu or Shuswap river near JC/umby.  aud on tlie West Fork of kettle river near  Bull creek,- to generate anv kind of power"for  thc purposes aforesaid or in connection therewith for reward, and to acquire and receive  from any government, corporation or persons  grants of land, money, bonuses, privileges or  other assistance in aid of the construction of  the^compauy's-undertal-irigj-aud-ito^connect-  ��� witli and enter into traffic or other arrangements with railway, steamboat or other companies; and tor all rights, powers and privileges necessary in or incident to the premises  and for other purposes.  Dated at Vancouver, B. C, this 22nd  day of  Deceui ber, 1900.   .  WILSON & SENKLER,  Solicitors for Applicants.  NOTICE   OF   FORFEITURE.  To C. A. Peterson, late of Eholt Creek iu Yale  district '  Sir: You are hereby notified that we have  expended $100 in labor and improvements upon  the "Silent Friend" Mineral Claim, situate in  "Dong Lake camp, formerly Gold Drop Camp,  in the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District iu British Columbia, as will appear by  a Certificate of Work recorded Dpceniber 1st,  1S99, In the ofliee of the Mining Recorder for the  said Kettle River Milling Division, lu onlur to  hold said claim under thc provisions of Section  24 of thb Mineral Act, such being the amount  required to hold the said claim for the year  ending 10th May, 1900.    -  And if at the expiration of ninety [90) days of  publication of this notice you fail or refuse to  contribute your proportion of thc expenditure  required under said section 24; together with all  costs of advertising, your interests in said claim  shall become vested in the subscribers (your co-  owners) under Section 4 pf {tits "Mineral Act  Amendment Act, VXW.  Dated at Greenwood, B. C, this 9th day of  November, 1900.  Thomas McDon_*K-.l,  Spuncer Benerman,  Joseph A. Frank.  HAtxETT & Shaw, Solicitors.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that at the firs;  meeting of the Licence Commissioners for the  City of Greenwood held after thirty days from  the date hereof I shall apply for a transfer  from me to Thomas Pieckart and Phil McDonald of the Hotel Licence held'by me for  the Arlington Hotel, Copper street, in the City  of Greenwood,  J. E. HOOPER.  Dated December 3rd, 19oo.  NOTICE.  Corporation of the City of  Greenwood,  PUBLIC NOTICE  Is hereby given to the electors of the municipality of the City of Greenwoon that I require  the presence of the said electors , at the City  Hall, Greenwood, on the 14th day of January,  1901, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of electing .persons, to represent them in the municipal  councilas;tnayorand aldermen.���;.��� 'ii  .;   ..  ��� The mode of nomination of candidates,shall  be as follows: \...... .'���       .; ,.-. ���'', ���'���'.    '���������;���'      -'���'���  "The candidates shall be nominated in writing; . the :writing ;shall be subscribed by two  voters of the municipality as proposer and seconder, and shall be delivered to the Returning  Officer at any time between,,the date of the  notice and 2(p. m. of the day of the nomination!,  and in the event of a poll.being necessary, such  poll will beopened on. the,17th day of January;  1901, at the City Hall, Greenwood, of which  every person is hereby required to take notice  and govern himself accordingly. i  Sec. 14.���The council-of-every City Municipality incorporated after the 23rd day of April,'  1892, and of every City Municipality hereafter  incorporated under.the "Municipaiitles'IncorJ  poration Act," shall consist of a mayor and not  more than nine nor. less thau.fiye aldermen:^  (a) After the first mnnlcipalelectloni the persons qualified to be nominated, for. aud- elected;  as the mayor .of suculclty sliall'be such persons  as are male British subjects of the full-age of;  twenty-one years, and are not disqualified un-;  der any law; and have been'for the six months',  next preceding the day of nomination the reg-;  istered owner, In the Land Registry Office, of;  land or real property in the city of the assessed'  value, on the last municipal'assessment roll,  of one thousand dollars or more over arrd,  above any registered incumbrance or charge,  and who are otherwise duly qualified as municipal voters:  _ (b) After the first-municipal, election, the persons qualified to be nominated for. and elected  as aldermen of such cityshall be such persons  as are male British subjects of the full age of  twenty-one years, and are not not disqualified  under any��� law, ��� and -have; been, for the six  months next preceding the day of nomination  the registered owner, ia the Land Registry  Office^ of land or real property in the city of  the assessed value, on the last municipal assessment roll, of five hundred dollars or more  over and above any registered incumbrance o*^  charge, and who are otherwise qualified as  municipal voters." ''  G. B." TAYLOR, Returning Officer.  COMPANIES' ACT.U897.  Morrison Mines. Limited (Non-Personal Liability).  Take notice that the shares in the Morrison  Mines, Llm.lted,(Nori-Per*8onal Liability),hereinafter described, have't*eondeclared in default  and. will be sold at public auction to the highest  bidder for cash, at the office otythe said cojn-  pariy, Rendell building, Copper 'street,; Greenwood, B.C., on Friday, the lst7(lay of? "February,", A. D., 1901, at the hour "of four .o'clock  in the afternoon, to satlBfy assessments' which  have been made thereon and are in default for  ���a period exceeding sixty days after notice and  demand of payment of such assessments. :  . Notice is hereby given that at the first meeting of the License Commissioners for the City  of "Greenwood, held after thirty days from the  date hereof; we shall apply fo*" a transfer from  us to Frank Fera & Co., of the hotel licence held  by us for the '.Ottawa Hotel'! situated on  Silver.street,, in the Citj- of Greenwood.  KNUT WILSON.  J. HAGEN.  Greenwood, B.C. Dec. 12th,-1900.  -   "No. of    .  Certificate.  No.* of  Shares.  Amount of   As  scssment  Diie  ��� and Unpaid.  y. 49 ������'������:���'  1,000'  $  200  '������ so  ���  2,ooo  *       400;   ���  r.   ���   51- ���������'  2|0oo  :   400  :-".   52  5,ooo  10 00  '���'���',   84  -  5oo  200  ��� 142  5oo  -3QQ-.  -156 .'������  1,000  200*  ���:���".' 157 ,'  '  1,000  200  "'���'" 158  1,000  200  .159  1,000  '   ������   200    ���  ':.'     162  1,000     v -  '   .    200  .  191     .\\  l,ooo  ���   "-,      4 00  201     .  4,ooo  16 00  ���      202  5.ooo  2000  1       203  5,ooo  2000  '   ,204  5,ooo  ;.. ^2000  205.    -������  5,ooo  2000  l       206    .  5,ooo.  .         2000.  : :     207   ;.  5,ooo  *            2000  V    215  10,000  2000    ;  .!-..   :��9 ���������.-:  Soo '���������-.  200-  .  -35..-,.  8,ooo  32 00 ,-.  ���!"*   -252-  ���  1,000   '-���������  200- ���-  '      264  5oo  100  ���265  5oo  100  ���    -329,  ;���  l,ooo  200  !"   .338   -  5oo ���������  ..,.''   200  .      339  ���   ,5oo ...  200  ������'���   ,340  5oo ���  200  '    341   .; *  5oo ������  200  ���' "-342   ' ���' * '  : 5oo  200  '      343     .  ���' 5oo ������;���  200  344  5oov  200  345    ;  5oo  200 .....  :;    346.  ��� 5oo  ,2 00 '-.���.���  ���;"    347  5oo  200  355    .  1,000.--.  -  '������������:   '4 00.-V, ;  :'-v356'.' : '  5oo'  200 *   *  '357  5oo  2 00  ���    .414  5oo -:.'..  200 -  :     415 '���"  5,ooo  m>         2000  ������!     416  lo,ooo  4000 ���,...-.  432   '  5,ooo  2000'  '...'���436         .  5,ooo  1000 ������' ������  .474  ��� 5oo  ,  1  00    -.>  ������ :  '     475     .  . 5oo..���;-, .  100  476  5oo  100  . 477   ���-.���,  5oo -'  100  51/  1,000  "200   .."..  ;  ;530  5,ooo  2000  534  .2,ooo  800  "589  5oo  200  59o  ,, ,    5oo*  2 00 "���������-  591  5oo  200  592  5oo  200  593   ������ .*"  5oo  200    -���  '    594  Soo  200  595  5oo  200  596  5oo  200  '       597  5oo  200      ,  598   ���  Soo  200  599  5oo  20o   ���  600  5oo  2 00  601  5oo  200    -  602  5oo  200  603  Sao     ,  Zoo  604  Sqq  2 00  60S  Jqq .  a 00  W  ?oo    ,  2 00.  607  Soo  2oo  608  5oo  2 00  678  l,ooo  2 00  679  1,000  2 00  687  l,ooo  2oo  713  Soo  2 00  714     .  5oo  2 00  715  ��00  2 oa .  :   716  Sea 1.  2 00  728  2.PQQ  800  ' 733  ],6oa  4 00  : 734  1,000  4 00  735  1,000  4 00  736  1,000  4 00  738  5,oqo  looo  742  4o,ooo ,  16000  743  ���5,000   '  20 00  744 ...  l,ooo ���.���  4 00  745    *  l,ooo  ���   4oo-  .  746    '  i;083  433  748  1,000     ;  2 00  754     .  1,000   ,   ,  4oo    1  755  1,000  4 00  756  l,ooo  4 00  757  ���l,ooo  4oo  758  1,000      .  4oo-  759  l,ooo  4 00 ���  760     ,  1,000  4oo  761  l,ooo   ,  4oo  762  1,000  4oo  763  1,000  4oo  1117  125  60  1118  375  15o  1119  ���   275  1 lo  1120  725  2 9o  1121  loo  ��� 40  1122  4oo  16o  1123  150   -  60  1124  34*  138     r  Dated this 28th day uf December, A. D., 1900.  A. F, OLIVER,  Secretary Moirlson Mines, Limited.  ! .The first sittings of, the Court of Revision  j and Appeal, for hearing cpmplaints, if any,  'against the assessments for A. D., 1901, in the  Soutli. Division of. East.Yale and part of Rossland Riding, will beheld as follows:  In the Government office, Fairview, 12tb of  January, 1901; at 12 noon.:.'.  7 In the Government office, Greenwood, 14th of  Jaunary 1901, at 10 a. in. .  In- the Government office; Grand Forks, 15th  of January, 1901, at 10 a. m.  :���������*.-"������ ��� D. RABBITT,'   '.  ���������': Judge of the Court of Revision and Appeal.  .  Fairview, December 18, 1900. ���     ..    .      "  -~*--" ���r* ���-��� -^   ***** u^_?aM-i-'- 1 i-"i iffl ^j-'i iii|iniiiia��M--iiia-ri*'---iri-'iir  Jatiilafy 10; 190  t -fx.  7---"  .' V -rf-  r  ye  i.  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  JENGKE3���ElACH%iS-��LC'0^  9*******9****9  9     _ ���'  ���*��������  1IN stock j Hoisting Plants; Stamg M0z, y^  * ROSSLAND*- |,'-'-.-.j-��� -���-   .' -":-     *���'������'.'-'.  .-:..-j-'v'.:  | .    .     ! Buckets;. Cars, Rope>S-i^^  Wr     *   '      " Boilers,^ Receiyersi Etc,  | Warehouse, %  9 ������ -'��� 9  9************9  Pressors and Rand Rock Drills, in whicli the highest degree of Perfection has  ,   . '. ���-,   : been attained,-    ���'-- : :vi-|i - -s' t i: j__ .7-      -.  R. P. WILLIAMS, F7R.   ^  GREENWOOD.   B.C.  ROSSLAND.  .B.C.;  4  4  4  ���*���-  ������*���:  4  4  4  4,  4  4  4444444 4 4 4;4^  w^ms;^  ymmMm  7 /\7[:;?si~$��rf-i  ���'���;���'v'.^f.-y-.'iffei'  ^mptmnffimmmntmrnfflt^  m'.-i ;i<J'{.  -MONTREiM., QOEBECr  MANUFACTURERS OF  1 ItijIil^lMgyae^  *~ ' Mimmii corliss air com- 3  PRESSORS i ... S��  ������  ������  B BOlLiERS; HOISTS, PUMPS^EtC';00^^!^^^^^3 ^  ���^���i   Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills. '���*���" ���"��� ���'    ��� ' STOCK CARRIED in RQSSLAND.      ��� ' ". ^2.-  ^ 7R. M. e* mchally, Kossland, B. V, R. JR. KirkpatricU, Qrccnwood, B. 0.   _2  NOTICE  Boundary CreeK Mining & Milling Cp.Ltd  Notice of Annual and Special General  ���.';  Meetines.  Notice Is hereby given that the annua  general meeting of- shareholders in the above  named company will be held at the office of .the  company,.Greenwood, on Thursday, January  17.'. 1901, at 3 o'clock p. m., to receive a report of  the Directora/'and,Auditor for the year 1900,  and to elect directors for the ensuing year.  A special. 'general' meeting of shareholders  will be held at the same place at 3:30 o'clock p.  m., of the same day, to authorize the sale or  other disposal of the lands, properties and  other assets, of the company upon.such terms  'or .conditions, if any, as the said meeting shall  determine. "'.."���''  J. W. NELSON, ;������  - - ;*-  Secretary.  Greenwood, B. C, December 26,1900.  -V__nera.7A.ct 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  . '.    :..y: - [      NOTICE.,   .. ���;   .;.,j.  BURNS, BURNS FRACTIONAI,,. COPPER  TRUST FRACTIONAI,, SCRANTON  OTIS FRACTION;* and PICLADIIi-jY  . FRACTION ^Mineral; Claim , situate in.the  Kettle Stiver Mining. Division of Vale  District.' Where located: In Deadwood  Canip-,.;..   ���;���'.-,,:.'.  TAKE NOTICE that .1, E. A. Bielenberg  Free Miner's Certificate No.  B8266, intend sixty days .from, date hereof'to  apply to.the'Mining Recorder for a. Certificate  of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claims.  And 'further take notice that action under  Sectioii_37 must be commenced before.the issuance o"f sttch Certificate of Improvements.  ^DatedHhis23rd: day of Juue,-A:;~D.;'1900.~-i:--  E. A. BIELENBERG  MINERAX ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvement-  NOTICE.  HONAl<UliU mineral claim, situate in the'  Kettle River Mining Division of: Yale ' District. Where located : In Copper camp. .  TAKE NOTICE that I,- C."M. Shaw as  apent .for James R. McMackson, Free  Miner's Certificate No. D1356 and William H.  McMackson, Free Miners Certificate No. B13S93  intend; sixty days from date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Im  Srovementsfor the purpose   of  obtaining a  rown 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.  Dated the 20th day of November, 1899.  192 C M. SHAW.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  CERTIFICATE    OF   IMPROVEMENTS.  ���   j NOTIOE.  ''MAPI.E LEAF"  Mineral Claim  situate   in  \ the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  ; District.     Where   located :    In   Skylark  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for William J. Porter F;ce  Miner'8; Certificate No. B29597, intend,  sixty days after 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  Seetlon 37   must ��� be   commenced   before   the  issuance of snch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 24th day of November, A. D��� 1900.  I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL   ACT,  1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  JOHANNESBERG   Minerl   Claim, situate in  the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District.  Where located :   In Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE tliat I, Otto Dil-  ler Free Miner's Certificate No  B7871, intend, sixty days from the dat e hereof  to apply to the mining recorder foracertifi  cate 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  snance of such certifictte of improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of November. A. D., 190o.  OTTE DILLER.  IMPROVED SINKING 'HIPS.  .'"��� '   PISTOL PAfTJERN.?  *��� 'This pump is of [comparatiyelj- Ijght  I���' weight, easy to;han'dle'a'ridjjiveatun-.  qualied   satisfaction.   It has tio pi*o-  L-jecting  valve gear; or sparts liablejto  7 breakages . in brandling.; .Jt:. is fiitted  with convenient suspending hooks,and  '��� is easily repacked.;���������������'���  ' 7       ���  i r-  i iWe give special attention to the Construction  of all Pumping Machinery-required for Mine  Work and Manufacture .any Tyce of Punic for  any Sue-lal Duty���Pumps actuated by Compressed Air, Pumps for Bad Mine Water, Station  Pumps, etc. Catalogue and.Spedficatlons upon  rreuuest.  .���'������.. .;_.-*���:���.':������:- ,.'..������;���-���.���:��������� ^.. .-<-.-1.  iirim_!:l.iiiriiiEi);  r Toronto. Canada. -  ���y   CUNLIFF& McMillan, ������  .. t  \ > Agent^_ats^ossl^n4;i   ��.i  GEO. A.WALKEM& CO.  .'���'-   ���''���-';.   .    BA gents at Vancouver.  t:-yy '-y%yi'  .'��� "h:'t-&y!-:S-&'h.  yy��0rgM  t:iy;t'ySxi-��  ���yuyri;--fi:ip^  ���:..',.v,;^_;i'A'.*^'"  'f"7;tf!*7;.|����  ^������'-'i-tfi<S?M^  ��������� ���������-:.-^���.���f^tX'.-.x^i  ������^'-���'ZtytBws?  '.f-m^WM  ���'.L-'a'-'K'i^jg^;  ^yysM$^M  y^WM^l  NOTICE  - Notice^ .ts.hereby given that application.will-  be made to the Legislative Assembly'' of thfe  Province of British Columbia at its next session  for an act to'incorporate a company with pi^wer  to construct, equip, maintain and -operate '��������  single or double line of railway, of. standard-;.or  narrow gauge for the purpose-of ^.conveying  passengers and .freight; from .aipolnt ohBiir*'  rard Inlet at or near the City of "Vancouver,,  thence via the city of New Westminister In  an easterly direction -along. the'-Wuth^slde of  the valley of the Eraser river to some 'point oh-  the said Fraser river between the junction of  the Chilliwack riverrWith the said Fraser river  and the town of Yale, thence Jn an easterly;  direction along the ^valleys':of the'Chllliwack,,  Coquhalla, Tulameen and SimUkanieeri-!Tlver8r  or.some of tliem or the tributaries thereof.or  some of them -by the most feasible route'to a  jwint between Penticton- and: the* -International*  ���boundary on the watercourse connecting Okait'--  agan and Osoyoos Lakes thence, by the moat  feasible route to a point on the' Kettle rlver' iat  or near.Rdck creek, thence ;by the most .feasK  ble route to a point at or near Midway, ..thence  by the most feasible route to a' point at''qr'jt'ear  the City of. Grand Forks,' with:-power"to'con-  struct," equip, maintain, and operate, from any  "point oh thesaidrailwayy branches land'^exten-'  sions of the same of not more than tb|rty miles  in length, and . roads; bridges,; ways, ^ferriesi  wharves, docks, and coal bunkers; wlth.pqwer.  to; build, own,:equip,' operate and .maintain,  steam and other vessels- and boats,telegTaplis,  telephones, and tramway, aerial or otherwise  and to carry on a general .express business  either as separate undertakings or in connection  with the said railway and the'said branches  and extensions; with- power to generate elec^  triclty for the supply of light, heat and power  and dispose of and-deal with the same at a profit  in any of the districts or localities through-  which the said railway, branches an.d. extensions pass; with power to expropriate lands for  any of the purposes of-the company and to acquire lands, bonuses, privileges, or other aids  from any government, municipality, or other  persons or bodies corporate; with power to construct, equip, acquire, lease, maintain, and  operate smelting, reduction, refining, concentrating, or other works for handling and treatment of ores; with power to" acquire and operate coal lands and dispose of the proceeds  thereof; with power to acquire, constrnct, and  operate hotels; with power to mako traffic or  other arrangements or amalgamate or connect  with any railway, steamboat, or other company,  or lease, purchase, or otherwise acquire the as  sets of any such company; and with power to.  build wagon roadB te be used In the construction  of said railway and its extension and branches  and in advance of the same and to levy and collect tolls from all parties using and all freight  passing over any such roads, or any such aforesaid docks, wharves, railways, ferries, or vessels owned or operated by the company whether  built before or after the passage of the act here-,  by applied for and with all other usual, necessary or incidental rights, powers or privileges'  as may be necessary or incidental or conducive  to tbe attainment of the above objects or of any.  of them.  HUNTER & OLIVER,   !  Solicitors for the Applicant.  NOTICE is hereby given that application will  be made to the Legislative Assembly of  the Province of British Columbia at its next  session for a private bill to incorporate a company to build, equip, maintain and operate a  line or lines of railway of standard gauge from  a point at or ifear the junction, of the Cold  Water and Nicola Rivers, thence following the  Cold Water River up stream about 22 miles,  thence running easterly through a natural pass  from the Cold Water River to the divide to the  west fork of the Otter River, thence down the  west fork' of the Otter river-to the main river,  thence following th'e Otter river to its junction,  with the Tullameen river to Otter Flat, thence  following the Tullameen river, down stream to  its junction with the Similkameen river at or  near Prlncetbuj'tfr'as aa' alternative route from  thesald junction of the Cold:Waterand .Nicola -  Rlyers ,fpllowlng.;the valley of the Nicola rLver.,  jtoNlcbia lake, thence along the soutli shore of ���  lite''said-Nicola' Lake to.guilchena creek** tlience  fallowing the valley of the Quilchena xreek^.to j  t_ie''dlv-de 'of 'One -Mile, or 6raveyard;cr.-k,���..���  ithencfe down the valley.of One -Mile or Grave- '  iirard creek to Princeton at the junction;-of the ���  Tullameen and Similkameen rivers aforesaid,  thence.fronrP.rinceton following down the valley of the .said iS.imilkameea river to "a point;  west*"6f Osoyoos' Lake,', thence in aneaslerly  direction to tlie Osoyoos river,^crossing the said -  riyer aboye.Osoypos Lake or. at other convenient, points, .thence In an easterly direction to,  the divide of Rotk' creek, ;'thence down one of*  the tributaries .of the Kettle river, to 'the valley'  of the Kettle river, thence, following the Kettle  river down* streairi to the town of Midway ,tl_ence'..  from!the _aid town of. Midway along the valley  of .the..Boundary -creek toi the City of Green-;  wob'd'and'f rom the said City of Greenwood in  a spntheasteriy; direction .to the City of Grand-  Forks, with.-power to construct,, operate ;and.'  maintain branch' lines to, Aspen Grove Camp to  the'd-ullimeen River camps atid to-Copper arid  Kennedy Mpuhtains and.otlier.-oolnts ^and; with  power to constrnct'operate and maintain. all  necessary-bridges; road's7ways and ferries and;  to   .construct, ,t acquire,: own .and:   maintain  wharves and docks in connection therewith and.  to bonstruct,1 own, acquire, equip' arid maintain  steaorand other vesselsnaudboats and-operate^  the iam'e onany navigable, waters and to construct, operate anil  maintain' telegraph and  telephone lines along the routes of said'railway, .-  aud its branchesor in connection therewith and  to trans-hit messages for commercial, purposes  arid to collect tolls therefor and to generate'  electricity;, and ..supply light,-heat and -power  arid to. acquire, and receive from any govern-,  mqntj'corporation or persons grants ol laiid,  money, bonuses, privileges or other assistance  in aid of the construction  of the company's  'undertaking and to connect with and enter into  traffic or "other arrangements   with' railway.  steamboat or other companies and for all rights,;  powers and privileges necessaay in or incidental  to the premises 'and for other purposes?    ���  .   Dated, at Vancouver, B. C, this 10th day. of ���  November, 1900.  wilson & senkler;'='-'  ...   Solicitors for the Applicants.  -  .'.-J.'J'lV-.SKi'Sa-S  my5$��z��  .7^- ���_: --'%:���> :'J->_j_  ....,.V'^'Ps_.  y-ss^sa^'?!  ,   ;-.7-..-::f-2.;.,'?:-^_.  "--������'���i<t:>-.^:t-'H?v*  ���''���:^.v?"*-S.Kf'xfe  "'-:-'ft:-S.S!-?fe  . ;y:'jtei��*!?*j  y*'V-'-'7*''';'"��-'^"','"  . S:ty''ffitH\;tf.i  " -.''' ^ ^:H-^y^^^q  .-' .���^'..*''',-Yv.%'(.i;fri  "���'y7.7l3tsi  :_y:y^#f.  ���j;iiSH  y$��$M$.  S?.'-'t&#$r.  BUREAU OF PROVINCIAL INFORMATION  IN ORDER that the Government, may.be in  ' possession of deftnate it formation with  which to supply those seeking Investments in  this Province, I am instructed to invite particulars from those who have propert'es for sale,  and who. jnay feel disposed to forward such ..-;  purticulars to this office for the purpose in' -  question.    ���..'!  I�� view of the proposed early re-organization  of the Agent General's Office In London, England, the desirability of having .on filea list of  farms and other properties for sale, with full  and accurate details, is obvious. Properties  submitted may include farms and farm lands,  industrial or commercial concerns, timber*  limits, water powers, or other enterprises  affordlng'opportunities for legitimate investment.  It is not proposed to recommend properties  'o Intending. investors, but to afford.access to  the classified lists and all available Information  connected therewith, and to please enquirers in  communication with,the owners.  The fullest particulars are desired not only  of the properties themselves, bnt the localities  in which they are situated,. and the conditions  affecting them. For* this ' pnrp5se printed  schedules-Will, npoa application, be forwarded ���'  to those desirons of making sales.  -     R. E. GOSNELL,  Secret*ry,Burean of Provincial Information;-''  X>M  D�� yoo owe tbe Greenwood Tines  $2. Yoor subscription lable will tell  you. Subscriptions payable, in advance. ���������-������'.���'  ":'':��&.!  *m  >y^M January id, 1901.  ���^Tv-7" . 'i .     . \; .^a^ '?& tr-  i- m  1  GEENWOOD WEE   tY TIMES  At  MILLER  BROS.  __.1^  i/.fc  _s^  2_____J  2.11  Diamond Jewellry,  Pearl Jewellry,  ;  5_M  2_M  as  7?.v?  ^M  ana  CLOCKS, -'i'v  SILVERWARE,  CUT GLASS, '��� :  PERFUMES���" '  'i  Sou.enier"  QUEENS WARE,  MIRRORS-���' = ���' '  ''-,'        '      ���"'.������'���  LEATHER GOODS,  ETC., ETC. :  ESS_i  points bstween Cascade City and the  Similkameen, and tog*ether with the  retail trade will be profitable in the  shape of dividends.  PUBLIC MEETING.  The Times   has received the following communication:  "Greenwood Times:. "Willyou kindly  publish the following- notice in your  issue of today:  !'A  meeting-   in  the interosts of Dr.  R. W. Jakes', candidate for the mayoralty, will be held in the Masonic building, ' go'vernmedt   street, on  "Wednesday evening,   Jan. 16.    Mr. Ross and  all   aldermanic    candidates   are   cordially inyited-.to.be.present.  5   ...       7   -   .-���   M."H. Kane, ���'���'���"     ./���  J. P. Mybrs-G-ray,  .:      W. S.KEITH,  -   -- -     Committee."  Wi  Ross  campaign committee engaged  the Auditorium for   a public   meeting  on the evening of Wednesday  the 16th  inst.,- ten days ago, and intend holding  'a-meeting-on tha) date.    As  the Auditorium is the most suitable building in  the city for public meetings,  the committee invite Dr. Jakes and the candidates for aldermen who are supporting  him,   to-be present,'-and .they-will'be  granted the same time  to  address the  electors as Mr. Ross or his supporters.  They are quite willing that   the   meeting  in   the   Auditorium   should be a  joint one but are not prepared   to cancel their meeting to suit Dr. Jakes or  ;his   supporters   at the  same time appreciating the invitation   from  M.?H.  Kane, J.   P.  Myers-Gray   and W. S.  Keith.   Posters announcing the meeting   in   the Auditorium   will be   circulated   a   reasonable number of daj'S  before the date "thereof."  .1.  A NEW COMPANY.  Russel I-Law-Caulfield"Co_npany, Ltd.,  Betrin Business Next Week.  The   Times   is pleased   to announce,  the final amalgamatio'nof the interests  of three of the largest mercantile firms  in the city which took place yesterday...  Some weeks back it was given out that  a firm to be knownlas..theRussell. Law-  Caulfield company! limited, would seek  incorporation   for the purposes of carrying bn a general'tnercantile busines.  This, has   been    successfully   accomplished,  and the new corporation will  open up for business about7the middle  of  the   month.     The   capital   of   the  undertaking'   is    $100,000,   in   100,000.  shares of the par value of $1, and it is  a matter of congratulation   to all cori:  cerned to know that resident capitalists  have'gone.into the venture, and no assistance   has* been;.required, from the.  outside.   It   is   an "eviflerice of 'Greenwood's prosperity,   that.-when .a local  business proposition of .merit is placed  before  investors they "are to be found  ready to back it.   . ':    y ;'  Stock-taking is now in progress and  when finished the store of Caulfield &  Lamonc   will  be closed and the hardware stock moved to the Russell Hardware   company,.. and   this end of the  business carried on in that store.    Mr."  Law for the present will attend to the  grocery and clothing department in his  store premises.   The company has acr.  quired   the   three, lots south from the  Commercial hotel to the Russell Hardware company's building-.    This building will be removed early in the spring  and a substantial,brick block,   with a  frontage- on   Copper street  of 75 feet  -"and-a^eptli of 1007feet," two-storys'iii  height,   built.    Ample  room will then  be   had   for   the   business, which will  carry   exceptionally -heavy   stocks in  clothing,   hardware"*" and; grocery departments, both for the wholesale and  retail trade.    Excavation work for the  cellar,  retaining-, wall and foundation  is to be. started at once. ������  -  The   personnel of the RusselUL.aw-  Caulfield company,.of which Mr. Law  will   be   at the   head, includes James  Russel,  Thomas Hardy,   Duncan Mc  Intosh   and   J.   J.   Caulfield.     These  gentlemen are the heaviest individual  shareholdersjbitt other parties have acquired   stock.   The'three firms combined represent a strong aggregation  and propose carrying a stock  of some  3100,000 value in all departments.  Mayor Thomas Hardy and James Rus-  sellfor the past three years, have been  carrying on a hardware business under  the   name   of   the Russell  Hardware  company.    Mayor Hardy is- one of the  prominent   pioneers of the Boundary  and Mr. Russell has been a resident of  the city since 1897.   The firm hive held  a large-share of the trade, making this  a leading feature.    William . Law first  came to the district in 1896,  and foe a  time   was in businesss  in Anaconda,  but   removed   to   this   city two years  later and since then has become one of  the   most popular and successful merchants   in   his   line���groceries.    J. J.  Caulfield   for   the past two years has  been   in   the   hardware business, associated   with  Mi*. Lamont, and their  trade    was    profitable   in   supplying  largely local contractors and the home  . consumption.    Duncan Mcintosh is-as--  sociated  with the undertaking- from "a  monetary^point only, believing that a  .business^  especially in ,the wholesale  line,. can   be   built   up -to"; supply all-  THE CITY COUNCIL.  The council met on Monday evening  with Mayor Hardy in thechair, and  Aid. : -Bannerman, Sutherland, and  Sullivan present. A. letter was read  from the Bank of" Montreal notifying  the city that note infavor of Greenwood' Trading company was due and  unpaid. ��� The clerk was instructed to  make arrangemente to renew the note.  ;A number of accounts were marked Q,  K. and left for the incoming council to  pay. Several by-laws were advanced  a stage and the council adjourned until Satui-day night which probably be  the last meeting of last year's council.  TO THE  DEAF.  A- rich lady cured of her deafness  and noises in the head by Dr. Nichol-  s'ohls'a-t.tifici'areaf drums, gave $10,000  toy his institute,' so that deaf people  : unable, to ;procure the ear.drums may  have them free. "Address No. 14520C,  The. Nicholson'-Institute, .780 Eighth  Avenue, New."York, U. S.'A.  iP..  ��ity@ieaiiitig$  For Sai,e���"A  safe.  Naden.  Apply G.  The Misses Mowat have gone to  Spokane for a trip.,  H. T., Ceperley,, the Vancouver insurance agent, was' in town during the  week."  Dr. Mathison, dentist, over Bank qf  Commerce.   Both 'phones.'  E. E. Vincent, on the road for the  Calgary Brewing-., company, is paying  the district one his customary visits.  Nitrous: oxide and oxygen for painless extraction of teeth at Dr. Mathi-  son's. ��� -     tf  D. W. Holbrook has shipped 18 tons  of  ore to   the Trail smelter from the  Gold Bug in Providence camp.   ��� . *  ���  7 For .instruc'tfons^on; pjianq,^ violin,  "ttiandolih, "etc., see Prof. Kauffmann,  Greenwood Music Store.  Edwin Durant, bnsiness manager of  the B. A. C., was iti the city this week  after . visiting. Grand Forks and Republic. '  All kinds of Taxidermist work done  by T. B. .Winnett, Silver street.      tf  Garrett G. Dalmage has arrived from  Victoria, to take a positiou in J. W.  Mellor's branch here. Mr.' Dalmadge  is an experienced business man who  has been connected with Mr. Mellor's  business ia Victoria for severl years..  For Rent���Unfurnished rooms very  cheap.    See Smith & McRae.  Dr. S, C. Richards, V.S., was over  from the Forks.last week.  Large collection of sheet music at 5,  10 and 15 cents. Greenwood Music  Store.  H. ��� W. Craig, Who was in the east  for several months, has returned to  the city. '*..-��� .     .'  Geo. F. .Williams, while east, purchased a large flag which he has had  erected on Jubilee mountain .above the  city. ��� ,*..'  .   For   fine  sleighs   or cutters  call, at  Winnett's carriage works,Silver street.  .Charles E- Betts, accountant for the  Cariboo-McKinney Mining and Milling company, was down from Camp  McKinney the end of the week.  A.A. Crowston's stores, Government  street, for groceries, provisions, produce. Headquarters for green fruits.- tf  . After spending several days in town  the past week, E. J. Roberts and Pat  Welch-left on Saturday's train* for  Spokane, both gentlemen, however,  expect to return here before the end of  the month.  Don't forget the South End Grocer"  store when buying fruit and groceries."  Wm. Graham proprietor. tf  F. J. Mitchell, the well known merchant tailoor, of this city, was tnarried  at Moose Jaw on New Year's day to  Miss Laura Battel. ..Mr, Mitchell's  many friends will extend congratulations upon1 his return.to the city.      .;  Since its opening* the skating rink  has been crowded nightly. Suring the  afternoon the rink is giten over to beginners and the ladies. The management anticipate a far larger attendance  this season than last. Hockey will  shortly be in order. '.���������'  ;|Eastern society papers contain the  formal announcement of the engagement of Miss Rebecca Brooks Cornell,  daughter of Madame de Ricardo de  Bias Albertine, to Mr. Clive Pringle,1  of this city,son of Mr. and Mrs. Roderic.  Pringle, of Cobourg, Ont.  Police Magistrate Hallett held a  court of revision for the purpose of correcting errors that may have been  made in the preparation of the voters'  list. Applications for a dozen names  were made^and the court was adjourned  until 4- o'clock next Wednesday when  the magistrate will give his decision.  On .Sunday, the town bell will be  rung for the first time for church services. In order to avoid a fire scare it  is well that the citizens should remember that the bell is, swung and gives a  pouble toll for church services, whereas  in case of a fire, only the clapper is  used. It will be rung in tbe morning  at t0;30 and a few minutes before .11,  [stopping at 11 exactly. , Iu the'evening  it will ring at 7 o'clock and 7,30.  Duncan Smith, D. D. G. C, assisted  by S. W. Houston, P. C, and Chas.  Jameson, installed the following officers in Greenwood lodge K. pf P.: D.  A. MacKenzie, C.~C.; A. D. Hallett, V.  C; Chas. Dunne, P.; John A. James,  M. of W.; A.'*S. Embree, K. of R. and  S.; K. C. B. Frith, M. of F.; M. E. Miller, M. of E-; Norman McLeod, M. at  A.; Chas. R. Pittock, I. G,; M. Eilder-  man, O. G.  District Deputy W. M. Law, Jas.  Kerr, N. G.; G. B. Taylor, O. G.;T. M.  Gulley, P. G., of the local Oddfellows  lodge, went over to Grand Forks last  week when the following officers were  installed for the Gateway lodge:'A.'  L. Clements, N. G.; Fred Clark, V..G.;  J. F. Kennedy, R. S.; T. G. Park, P.  S.; J. A. McCalluni, Treas.; J. Ham-  mer.W.; D.D. Munro, C; Thos. Smith,  O.G.; M. C. Davidson, I.G.; I. A. Dins-  mor-_7*-RrSrS;rDrrJr"-WestwoodrLrSv-  S.; R. B. Thomas, R. S. N. G.; N. Mc-  Lellati, L. S. N. G.; G. K. Bradshaw,  C; A. F. McCormick, R.S.V.G.; R. J.  Wasson, L. S. V. G. The visitors  were royally entertained by the Grand  Forks Oddfellows.  Local exchanges hava much to say  regarding the propofed meeting of  Andy King, of Rossland, and Billy  Armstrong, amusement manager of the  National Music hall, in the four  cornered ring. Last week Andy King,  through   the columns of the Rossland  Head Office: TORONTO.  Paid up Capital $6,000,000.  President;   HON, G. A. COX.  General Manager:   B. E WALKER.  Asst.Gcncral Manager: J. H. PLUMMER  ri\ 1  _ARA.ST.-yO.VG;  PROPRIETOR  Greenwood Brancli  Drafts 'and    Money  Orders  sold payable at any Banking  point in the world.  *���;.*!���**##���>��-!-***���!.#**###*###  tS**  9".  "P  $>  R.  9  9  *  ���*'���:  9  9  9.  9  9  9  9  *  *  *  9  9  ��.  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  *  9  *  *  9  9  *  9  9  9  x*  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  -9.  9  9  ���9  .9  9  -CF. J. MITCHELLS  is  Al-  el.  Shop worn goods  for your Fall Suit  when you can secure  New Goods of the  most fashionable  pattern which have  just arrived.  The Biggest and best  assortment of Fall Suity  ings ever brought into  9 the Boundary,  9  9  9  *  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  (I  THE TAILOR  * Copper St.  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9 ���;  *  9'  9 '  9 ;  -*���'  9  9  9  9  9 .  9  9  9  9  9.  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ,9  9  9  9  9  9  9'  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ��� 9  9  9  *  9  ��� 9  "9  ...��  ��  ��  '�����  ��  ��  �����'  .'��  ��  ���'���*  ��  ��  ��  '"*�����  *  . *'  9  9  ���9  9  9  .9  9  9  9  9  Chops  sc'M*!-frfr.4��4'4�� 4 4 4 4 4 4 4*4*^4"^4"�� *4 44VI   ���  ���    "^  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  To the Public  We beg.to thank our patrons for the  goodrwill shown us iii the year just  passed and hope for a continuance of  the same during 1901, when we will be  better able to fill all. demands upon us  more promptly.  Wishing you   all  a prosperous New  Year. Respectfully yours,  iPROTT  WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS.  ACPHERSON,  Wallace-Miller Block.  4  <|->  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  the  Steaks and  in Town.  Best Cup of Coffee in  Boundary,  No trouble to  get up  Short Orders.  OPEN DAY AND  KMT,  W. Bungert & Co.  (Better known as Shorty.  Is The Best Hotel in The City.  Every Modern Convenience  '$ Parry*  Proprietors.  Cor. Copper and Deadwood Streets, > S < * , Greenwood, B. C  THB   BUST   MEALS   IN   THE   CITY   SERVED,  SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DINNER PARTIES.  Most comfortable and well furnished rooms, steam heated  and lighted by electric light.    Can be had from    ,,$10 Per Month Upwards..  DOWDING, Clarendon Hotel and Cafe.  ROSSLAND ENGINEERING WORKS  GUNLIFEtZ McMlLLAN  Founders, Machinists and Boilermakers���Manufacturers of Ore Cars, and General  Min in jf Machinery���I��isi of Second-hand Machinery on hand 'in first-class condition.  One 9x12 Horizontal Slide Valve -Sn'glnc, complete;,One.5 foot Peltou Wheel, inside,  600 feet 8 to 10 spiral rivittedptpe-^new���never been used; One. rng-ersoll-Sargeant  and one Rand Rock drills, hatve-beei- thoroughly overhauled aiid worn parts replaced;  OueNo, 2;. Knowles- Feed Pump in first-class coudUion; One Gould's Hand Force  -. Putup/Stopinif Bars,.Blacksmith's Bellows, etc.. etc. Watch this ad for otlier-llst..  or write us lor complete list before.you buy. We may have  Agents for Northey Pumps���Stock Carried.  what you need.  0. BOX 198  44-4.4 4 44 4 4.4 4 4 444444444444-^4  Miner,issued a challenge to Armstrong  for a bout,with the stipulation that his  opponent should weigh in at 132 pounds.  Nov/Corbett's protege," when he so desires, can get down to such a weight,  and its up to King either to back down  or fight. Armstrong would prefer to  have the bout here, at the Auditorium,  and is willing to allow the winner-80  per cent and the looser 20 ��� per cent of  the proceeds or for the winner to take  the whole pot. He only stipulates that  in case of any official or outside interference the referee must give a decision  in favor of the man having the best of  it up to that time. Armstrong can get  plenty of backing here, and this is also  true of King, so there should be Utile  trouble in arranging a:-.match satis-  f actoay to, both principals and their  friends. ..-.  HvyA:!r"K:i nurytuC iiU  XMAS.  A box of cigars is always appreciated as a Christmas gift.  We have the following brands of  CIGARS.  L,EDA, $1.75. ,        .  HENRY VANE, $2.00  FLOR DE MEI/TA, $2.25.  JOSE RAMIEY, $2.75.  JOSE RAMIEZ CABINETS,   $3,25  Other splendid brands of Imported and domestic cigars in  boxes of 25, 50 and 100; : : :  Pipes���Meerschaum and Briar.  Leather Cigar and Cigarette  Cases from 85c to 46.   :    :   :    :  9 9  CANDY.  We have plenty for all in  all grades and prices. Let  us supply vour Christmas tree.  AT  H. A. KING & CO  For Rent���Comfortably furnished  hree-roomed cottage. Apply Times  office.  f  ors  times block-sca;  copper street  *-���**�����*,  V  -.., ^  '?_  c  TS J    ��� -"-'���' * _��~-��~J^!_-__  *3fe?KSfe3S-=?X

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