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The Greenwood Weekly Times 1901-01-31

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 *- 3--'i  & s *-  l_'I  '/- t  Published Weekly in the Interests of the Boundary Creek Mining District,  Vol. VIII.  GREENWOOD,-B. 'CM-TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1901.  Novl  tf  LEARANCl  PREPARATORY TO  TAKING  STOK*  RENDELL & CO. Agt.for  La VIda & W.B. Corsets.  -IN -���  Mantles, Furs,  Dress Goods,'Silks,  Linens, Towels,  Sheetings, ar;rts,  Linoleums,  Blankets, Etc., Etc.  RENDELL & CO. Agents  for the La Vida<:iml  W. B. Corsets.  Mantles; Ladies' Jackets,   Coats and  Capes at Cost to Clear.  FURS���Balance of Purs  25  percent  Discount.  Press  Goods  arid Silks,   20 per cent..  Discount.  Tapestry and Chenelle, Table Covers-  20 per Cent Discount.  Ladies Costumes at Bargain Prices-  Skirts, ready made, 20 per Cent Discount.  Carpets and Linoleums,   20 per Cent  Discount during-sale.  Blankets,   white   and   grey,; at Rock  Bottom Prices.  JLR Sperry goitipany, Ct&  As our shop will be closed on  Saturday next* our customers  are requested to place all Sunday orders before that date.  THE fANADIM RAM OF fOMMERCE  With Which is Incorporatel'tlie  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8>000,006.       -      Rest, $2,000,000  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B, E. WALKER, General Manager  J. W. H. SMYTHE,  * Manager Greenwood Branch.  TWO MEETINGS.  City  Council  Meets Wednes^  day and Monday, 7  COMMITTEES APPOINTED  Fire Chief Resigns ��� Telegram Acknowledging Greenwood's  Expression of Sympathy.    *  The adjourned meeting- of the council held on Wednesday evening* last,  was a long and interesting one. Aid.  Naden presented his declaration of  office and took his seat for the first  time. He was welcomed by the mayor  in a neat speech and he replied in a  few well chosen words. Aid. Kirk-  wood's seat was vacant and after the  meeting- was opened he tendered his  resignation to the city clerk. Aid.!  Sullivan moved that the resignation  be received and filed. : This wassec;  onded by Alderman Sutherland. Aid.  Caulfield believed the- , resignation  should be accepted and the seat declared vacant. He moved an amendment to this effect which was seconded  by Aid. Miller. Aid. Sullivan said  that Aid. Kirkwood not being qualified, he could not resign a seat he did  not legally possess. Mayor Jakes was  of the opinion that the council had not  the right to assume that Aid. Kirkwood was not qualified. Aid. Kirkwood desired to. make an explanation.  He stated tha" as some doubts existed  as to his qualification and as the matter could not .be settled excepting by  the courts, and as he had no desire to  retard or cast a doubt upon the legality  of any business transacted he deemed  it better in the public interest that he  should resign.  Mayor Jakes said that Aid. Kirkwood was to be commended upon the  public spirit displayed in the matter  and' in his opinion the council should  receive his resignation.  Aid. Caulfield had not doubts regarding Aid. Kirkwood's qualifications.  He believed they were ample but as the  alderman wished to resign so that no  trouble could possibly arise, he believed that the council should accept  the resignation. The resignation was  then accepted.  Aid. Naden ��� moved that the  seat be declared vacant, that nominations be held on Friday 25th, and elections, if any, on Monday 28th, and that  G-. .B. Taylor be appointed cky clerk.  Seconded by Aid. Caulfield, Aid. Sullivan doubted the legality of this course  and Solicitor Gray being asked for his  opinion held that the course was  regular if Mr. Kirkwood was qualified  but irregular if not qualified. . A reference to the minutes showed that Solicitor"Leamy had advised that an election could properly be held in a. similar case two years ago. Aid. 'Naden's  motion was then carried. .  "Before bligi^i-ig^^  ness Mayor Jakes made reference to  the. loss the nation had sustained by  the   death of Her Gracious Majesty.  This Space  We will continue  to occupy during  Whatever your  vocation may be it  will pay you to look  over this space from  week to week- : : :  You will be kept  posted on all that is  new in our line,  learn of our prices  and all in all it will  MAKE MONEY  FOR YOU.  SmitbgnieRae  Diaries for Office and the  Pocket���1901.  ���'WW >t**\rrt\��r/^ff*Xf+X***\i*l**0*\m,m^mftlWj  He believed that her loyal subjects in  Greenwood should combine for -'the  purpose of holding some fitting service and suggested the appointment of  a committee to arrange with the clergy  and societies for such a service. The  mayor and Aid. Naden and Miller were  appointed a committee on motion of  Aid. Caulfield.  The mayor appointed the following  committees, the first named Being  chairman: ���'....  Finance���Naden, Caulfield and Miller.  Streets���Sullivan, Sutherland,  ������.  Waterworks ��� Sutherland, Sullivan  and Miller.  Cemetery and Board of Health���Miller,. Caulfield and-Naden. ^  Fire and tight��� Sutherland, Naden  and Sullivan.  The recommendation to the government of police commissioners was then  considered, The mayor suggested the  names of-Aid. Caulfield and C. J. McArthur. Aid. Caulfield.suggested Aid.  Sullivan and ex Aid. Galloway. Aid.  Naden stated that as Mr. McArthur  had superseded himself, he did not  like to vote either way, the mayor's recommendation was endorsed on vote of  Aid. Sullivan, Sutherland and the  mayor.    \  The re-appointment of city officials  was then considered but as Aid..Naden,  Miller and Caulfield all held that some  rearrangement beneficial to the city  could be made and that they wanted  time to "take stock" before committing  themselves to any course, a motion of  Aid. Naden that the officials be appointed temporarily was carried.  Applications for the position of city  engineer were received from Sydney  M. Johnson, A. E. Ashcroft and F. W.  Groves. The consideration of these  was also deferred.  The council decided to publish" the  auditor's r-eport in both local papers,  also to secure copies of the Municipal  #*#*��*#*#i|.)��##<.###.:*j{.###*.***.  * . 9  PUBLIC NOTICE. I    *  *  ^      I  hereby   proclaim   Saturday, ^  * the second day of February, A. 9  *. D. 1901, being the day appointed *  * for the funeral of our late Sover- *  9  eign   Lady,   Queen   Victoria,   a 9  * day of public mourning in the *  9  City of Greenwood, and all citi- |[  * zens   are   commanded   to  close *  * their places of business and ab- *  9 stain from their occupations and 9  9  employments on   that day   as a $  * slight token of respect and ex- *  9 pression of sorrow for our na- 9  9   tional loss. *  * *  * Greenwood, B.C., Jan. 29,1901. 9  9                   R. W. Jakes, Mayor. 9  9 9  9 9  9*************************  Clauses Act for the aldermen, and the  matter of printing the.'city by-laws was  referred to the finance committee. ;'  y The council then adjourned.  -At the regular meeting of the council . Monday evenin g, May or Jakes presided a'ud all the members of3the coun-  cil except HUd.-Millerf^whois-ili-^were  present. Duncan Ross who was elected  by acclamation on Friday last to fill  the vacancy in the North; Ward, presented his declaration of office and  took his seat. A. D. Hallett, city assessor and fire chief, tendered his  resignation to take effect at once. The  resignation was accepted and the fire  and light committee were empowered  to make temporary arrangements-for  afire chief.  An applieation from E. C. Aubin for  the position of. assessor .was tabled.  W. E. Hodges, chartered accountant,  was instructed to open a new set of  books for the city. Aid. Ross was appointed by the mayor to. full the  vacancy on the street committee.  Aid. Naden, on behalf of the special  committee to arrange services in connection with the funeralof the Queen,  reported the programme arranged, details of which are given elsewhere.  The following acknowledgment was  received from Capt. Graham, scretary  to the governor-general: "I am directed  by the governor-general to inform you  that His Excellency has been commanded by His Majesty, the King, to  express .to you. and7the -citizens of  Greenwood, His Majesty's heartfelt  thanks for your kind message of sympathy.". The mayor suggested thai an  appropriate picture of the Queen be  secured for the city hall and this suggestion was -referred tp the special  committee having the memorial service in hand.  The council 'ballotted upon 'the applications for city engineer and Sydney M." Johnson received the position.  Aid. Sutherland, "of the fire and light  committee, reported one of the. fire  horses sick unto death and the committee were given authority to make  temporary arrangements. Tenders  will be called for the purchase of a fire  team. ��� ....   -,,..-  The annual contract with the scavenger was referred to the board, olhealth.  Aid. Naden explained his position in  reference to the recommendation of  police commissioners and then the  council adjourned.  NEW  COAL LANDS  Are  Bonded  by   a  Toronto  Syndicate/  IN OKANAGAN DISTRICT.  Local Men are Interested���C. P.  R.  Officials Behind the Deal���Late  Mining Notes.  John Douglas, of this city, who has  been in Toronto for several weeks past  has been successful in placing with a  strong syndicate an option on 3,000  acres of practically undeveloped coal  lands, situated five miles north from  Fairview. Last week Robert Wood received telegraphic information from  Mr. Douglas.that the preliminaries for  a deal had been arranged, and subject  to a report by an expert of the syndicate, he felt certain that the same  would go through. On Saturday Mr.  Wood left by stage for Fairview where  he will meet the party sent out to ex-  amine'the coal lands. The 3,000 acres  are owned by John Douglas and Robt.  Wood of this city; Mrs. Ida Thompson  of Beaverton, and J.- C. McLagan, editor of the World of Vancouver. When  seen by a Times representative, Mr.  Wood corroborated the report: that.a  deal was on, but said he was unable to  give full particulars until after the  examination of the property, which  he anticipated would be . quite satisfactory to the Toronto people.  At the head of the purchasing syndicate is E. B. Osier, , a prominent  financial agent and broker of that city.  Associated with him are said to be a  number of heavy shareholders in the  Canadian Pacific railway. . From this  it would appear that the gentlemen  who practically control the destinies of  the big corporation are determined not  to be at the. mercy of 7those ,��� who manage the Crow's Nest Coal company, in  so far as coal and coke is concerned.  Especially if recent reports from the  east are correct that James Hill, of the  Great Northern railway has become associated and a large, shareholder in the  Crow's Nest company. By acquiring  ���these coal fields the C. P.TR. would  place itself in a position to cope with  the inroads of the Great Northern at  Fernie. '���'���  The coal fields are reached, five miles  north from Fairview on the main  wagon road to Penticton at the foot of  Okanogan lake. The deposits have  been recognized of great value for the  past 15 years but lack of railway transportation has prohibited a proper exploitation of the resources. Some prospecting has been attempted from time  tc- time, and coal has been mined for  local purposes. It is reported to make  excellent coak, suitable for smelting  purposes.  Should the deal go through the  owners-will receive*-a-substantial-cash  payment as also considerable stock in a  company to be formed to acquire the  land and develop the- same. The proposed route of the Coast-Kootenay railway passes directly through the property and the building of this road will  afford facilities for transportation 'not  only to the camps of Similkameen district but also to the Boundary.  y There have* been quite a number of  mining and smelting operators - and  machinery agents in the city the past  week. One party of Spokane men consisted of M. J. Ready, representative  of the Sullivan drill; Geo. O. Bradley,  of the Bradley Engineering Works  company., and A. W. Hudson, formerly  with the Northport smelter. From  New York are F. L. Underwood, a  director of the British Columbia Copper company, and W. H. Thomas, consulting engineer for the company, and  F. Batchelor, with the Robins Belting  company. On Sunday R. F. Tolmie,  secretary of the Silver-Lead Mine  Owners association, with headquarters  at Nelson, drove over from. Grand  Forks accompanied by D. A. McFar-  land, formerly purchasing agent for  the Hall Mines, and now the business  manager for the Nels/in Miner. Frank  Watson, of Spokane; the well known  operator ��� of "Silvery Slocan" mines,  and Judge John Boultbee, of Rossland, arrived here Saturday and left  for Summit camp on Monday. William  M. Brewer, traveling correspondent  in the province for the Mining and  Engineering Journal of New York,  was also in tewn the end of the week.  S. F. Parrish, of the B. C. mine, and  Jack Hanly, of the R. Bell mine, spent  Sunday in the city.  Gilbert Mahon, manager qf the Jewel  mine, Long Lake camp, returned to  the city on Friday after an extended  stay in Rossland. To a Times representative he said that the ore treated  at the Silica Reduction works, some  160 tons, had proved most satisfactory.  While unable to give out anything of  a definite nature he thought that it  was more than probable that his company would erect its own reduction  works at the mine this coming summer.  The plant, with some modifications  would be on the lines of that at Silica.  At the Jewel only a small force is at  work, but now that Mr. Mahon has returned a resumption of active development will doubtless take place.  Charles I. Hoffman, a prominent  mining broker of Spokane,was in town  on Friday. Accompanied by Ed. Massam he visited some of the properties  in Deadwood camp. With regard to  the St. Lawrence claim, adjoining the  Mother Lode to the north, and which  is owned by a Spokane company in  which he is heavily interested, he said  that work would likely be resumed ac  an early date. Mr. Hoffman hopes to  return in about two weeks and make a  lenthy stay here.  The main shaft on the R. Bell.Super-  intendent Jack Hanly, reports is down,  140 feet and is to be continued to the  300-foot level. This Summit camp  property is employing 14 mem. Jack >  Hanly owns an undivided one-fifth interest, the balance is held by the  Miner-Graves syndicate.  Eightcar loads of ore, averaging 20  tons per car, have been received at the  Pyritic smelter, from the Carmi mine.  The ore is hauled in sleds from the  mine to Midway, about SO miles thence  by rail to the smelter site. The mine  is under contract to ship 2,000 tons.  F. Batchelor, of the New York office  of. the Robins Belting company,arrived  fr  *9*****9******************  I       N0TIGE       ��  J'-- **.*���..-_  *  **..     .*..������ . *  * To the.Citizens of Greenwood:��� *  *7 The committee of the council 9  9 on arrangements for the observ- *  $ ance of Memorial day, Saturday, *.  % February .2, 1901, A. D., an- 9  9 nounce the following programme: 9  $ Procession will start from City *  9  Hall at 2 o'clock p. m., proceed- 9  * ing along Greenwood street to *  ������$-.. Government street, thence south ��  A.Valong -Government and Dundee 9  9  to  Copper' street; thence north *  * along Copper to Deadwood; ��  9 thence to the Auditorium where 9  9 a memorial service will be held, *  ^  commencing at 2:30 o'clock p. m. ��  1 r^S  R. W. Jakes, *  G.R. Naden, *  Thos.Miixer.        5  Committee.   9  9  9*************************  On the Lake claim, in Skylark camp,  Superintendent R. McCullough is sinking a double compartment 4x8 shaft,  It is down 30 feet and at a depth of 100  feet it is expected it will tap the big  pyrrhotite ledge on its dip. Five men  are employed.  -___Williati-.__M___Bre\ver> the representative in British Columbia of the Mining  and Engineering Journal, of New  York, with headquarters at Vancouver,  paid, the Boundary district a flying  visit last week. '  .   /  Harry Shallenberger has lifted the  bond on the Alameda. This claim adjoins the'Primrose of the Mother Lode  group and is to be exploited thc coming  summer. ._   in the city the end of last week and is  now out at the Mother Lode mine,  Deadwood camp, superintending the  installation of the ore sorting apparatus.    In an interview accorded the Nelson  Tribune, Manager- Andrew Laidlaw,  of the Pyritic snjelter, stated that the  plant would-be blown in about the  middle of February.  TO THE ELECTORS OF GREENWOOD  As there was a desire on the part of  some of my political opponents to test  my qualifications as alderman on an  assessment roll legalized by act of parliament, and as such test would have  to be decided in the courts, during  which time the business done by the  city council might be illegal had I retained my seat. For the best interests of the City of Greenwood, I have  resigned:  The following is a correct statement  of the property I qualified on: Lot 6,  block 2, assessed for $200; lot 6, block *  24, assessed for S500; actual cost of improvements, $3,375, on which there is a  registered incumbrance of Si ,400.  * Thanking you for past favors, I am  your obedient servant.  W. J. Kirkwood.  Just a few of those fine apples left  at Bannerman Bros'. Cash Store to be  sold at J 1.85 per box while they last.  The best meal in the city for the  least money at the Horseshoe Cafe.  - * .fei:���'-. 7yy;teSi?'"-''%s7fe^  ������-���[e^^_^.^^-&:^iK--A.;-'--?? "% r*^:^-^:'-^*^:^.-:?"*-^*?*^-;^:?^  '~y:Ki^MtteP&.iy-t;;zl)  ***"iti. f ���^liiffifaftitiiii-i-i  m*m  11.' iihm  __&*���  Arz0MM  ���-____Sf      '-' •\
January 3i, i90L
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I have added to tlie equipment of tny dental office an
apparatus for the administration of
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.
(Weekly Cimes*
The Greenwood Times Printing and Putllshlng
Comtany, Limited.
Duncan Koss .- Editor.
Patcty papers on both sides have
been directing attention to the alleged
war that'**is on between the Canadian
Pacific Railway company and the
Crow's Nest Coal company. How
much truth there is in the many reports that have found publiciyy in the
press it is hard to determine. Without
expressing any opinion on the merits
of the conflict that, is supposed to exist, we are forced to call attention to
the serious crisis that has arisen in so
far as the. operations that are essential
to. the progress and development of the
country is concerned. The Greenwood
Electric Light company who furnish
light to Greenwood and Phoenix announce that unless a change takes
place in. the situation they will be
forced to Shut down for want of coal.
The British Columbia Copper company
have announced that they will be ■ unable to operate their smelter for a
similar reason. -Other smelters are
similarly situated. As we have already
stated, we. know nothing about the
merits of any quarrel-that may exist
but we do know that the public interest
is paramount to the fueds of corpora,
tions or individuals. If the govern
ment can do anything it should in
sist that those who are ready and wil
ling to develop the natural resources
of this great country and that those
who are ready and willing to carry on
legitimate enterprise! in this country
should not be frustrated by lack of any
material which nature has provided,
but which may for the time being be
tied up in the hands of individuals.
Nature has been lavish in her gifts.
There is abutjdance of csal to meet the
requirements in the operations of our
mines and the carrying on of other enterprises, but if the coal fields are exploited in the interests of the corporations holding them or if a conflict
arises between transportation companies and coal companies, such a difficulty as exists as at the present time
may occur again unless both transportation and coal companies are controlled by legislation that will prevent
such a danger, to the public interests.
"The"*b"ar<T7fact"that the"smelting-in-
dustry and other enterprisrs are likely
to be brought to a standstill by a coal
famine, calls for a prompt and rigid
inquiry on the part of the government.
Upon the death of the Queen, the
statement was made that her death dissolved parliament and that Great
Britain would have to pass through
another critical general election. It
turns out that this is not so. The
ancient practice of dissolving parliament on the death of a sovereign was
abrogated in 1867. Hon. David Mills,
minister of justice, one of the best
constitutional lawyers in the Empire,
has explained the matter clearly and
his remarks will be read with interest.
He was asked if the Queen's death dissolved parliament. ' No it does not,"
was the reply. "The. act of 1867put
an end to that rule. The ancient practice of the constitution in that regard
was founded upon the theory that the
House of Commons was Called into existence for the purpose of advising the
sovereign, and was treated as personal
council of-the sovereign for the purposes of legislation,- the technical
theory being that all acts of parliament are the acts of the sovereign,
created by and with the consent of the
two houses of- parliament. Seven and
and eight, William III, Chap. 15, enacted that parliament should last for
six months after the demise of the
Crown if it. were not sooner dissolved
by the new sovereign, and this rule
was applied to the united parliament of
England and Scotland, and also to Ireland, when that country was represented in the United Kingdom. Thirty-
seven, George III., Chap. 127, provided
that where the demise of the sovereign
took, place during the~ period of a dis
solution, the preceding parliament was
to be revived for a period of six months
and the present statute, which is 30 and
31 Victoria, Chap. 102, makes the duration of Parliament independent of.the
demise of the Crown.
"Our law for the Dominion, which
will be found in Chapter 11 of the revised statutes, provides that 'no parliament of Canada, summoned or called-
by Her Majesty, or her heirs or successors, shall determine or be dissolved
by the demise of the crown, but such*
parliament .hall continue, "and may
meet, convene and sit, proceed and act,
notwithstanding such7-demise7Qf the
Crown, tn the same manner as if jsticn
demise had not happened.' So . that
the death of her Majesty would not
necessarily affect the duration of parliament either in- the United Kingdom or
in Canada. Before the American revolution, iu some of the colonies the impression prevailed for a time that the
death of the governor would have the
effect of dissolving the legislative assembly in the same way that the death
of the sovereign would dissolve the
house of commons, but the law officers
of the crown pointed out that this was
a wholly erroneous view, that the legislative assembly ia a colony is called
together to advise the sovereign, and
not the governor, upon the subject of
legislation,.and so the governor's de-
demise had not the effect of dissolving
the legislative assembly. The executive power of the crown extends alike
to all parts of the empire, and it was
the death of the sovereign and not the
sovereign's representative that terminated the existence of all bodies that
advised the crown—whether in respect
to legislation or administration—the
theory being, as I have already stated,
that these bodies were the personal
councils of the existiug sovereign, and
the effect of dissolution being to leave
the succeeding monarch equally free
to constitute his own councils. By a
statute passed immediately after the
death of George IV, it was expressly
stated that no commission or warrant
for the exercise of any office or employ
ment, civil or military, within any of
his Majesty's possessions should in
future, on the demise of the crown, become void until the expiration of eighteen calendar months next after such
demise. And so all colonial commissions which existed at his demise were
continued in force for a period pf eighteen calendar months during the period
of the fourth George's death, and that
continued to be the law until 1867,
when the representation act made the
duration of parliament independent of
the demise of the sovereign."
A rich lady cured of her deaf ness
and noises in the head by Dr. Nicholson's artificial ear drums, gave $10,000
to 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 Y6rk, U. S. A.
Under and by virtue of the powers contained
in a certain mortgag-e which will be produced
at the time of sale, there will be offered for sale
by public auction at the postoffice in the Town
of Anaconda, iii the District of Yale in British
Columbia, at the hour of 10 o'clock in .the forenoon on Thursday, the 28th day of February,
A.. D. 1891, the following property:
All and singular that certain tract of land
aad premises situate, lying: and being in the
City of Greenwood in British Columbia,' and
being composed of Jjot One, in Block Fifty-five
according to the Registered Map or Plan (deposited in the Land Registry office at Kamloops and therein numbered 70) of the Subdivision of LotT711, in Group One on the Official
Map or Plan of the Osoyoos Division of Yale
"Onthe property are a house. and^wood-shed._y
Dated this 24th day of January, A. D. 1901.
18-22 Vendor's Solicitors.
Notice ts hereby given that application will
be made to the Legislative Assembly of the
Province of British Columbia at its next session
for an act to incorporate a company with power
to construct, equip, maintain and operate a
..ingle or double line.of railway of standard 'or
narrow gauge for the purpose of conveying
passengers and freight, from a point on Bur-
rard Inlet at or near the City of Vancouver,
thence via the city of New Westminister in
.in easterly direction along the south side of
the valley of the Fraser river to some point on
Lhe said Fraser river between the junction of
the Chilliwack river with the said Fraser river
aud the town of Yale, thence in an easterly
.lirection along the valleys of the Chilliwack,
Coquhalla, Tulameen and Similkameen rivers
or some of them or the tributaries thereof or
some of them by the most feasible route to a
point between Penticton and the international
boundary on the watercourse connecting Okanagan and Osoyoos Lakes thence by the most
feasible route to a point on the Kettle river at
or near Rock c.eek, thence by the most feasible route to a point at or near Midway, thence
by the most feasible route to a point at or near
the City of Grand Forks, with power to construct, equip, maintain, and operate, from any
point on the said railway, branches and extensions of the same of not more than thirty miles
in length, and roads, bridges, ways, ferries,
wharves, docks, and coal bunkers; with power
to! build, own, equip, operate and. maintain
steam and other vessels and boats, telegraphs,
telephones, and tramway, aerial or otherwise
and to carry oa 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 electricity, for the supply of light, heat and power
and dispose of and deal with the same at a. profit
i n any" of the districts or localities through*
which the said railway, branches and extensions pass; witli 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, construct, and
operate hotels; with power to make 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 roads to be used in the construction
of said railway and its extension and branches
ahdi In advance of the aame and to levy and collect tolls from all parties using' and all freight
passing over any such roads, of 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 hereby applied for and with all other usual, necessary or Incidental rights, powers or privileges
as may be necessary or incidental or conducive
to the attainment of the above objects or of any
of them. '"■
Solicitors for the Applicant.
Comfortable furnished rooms.
Private Board. , Home Cook-
ing." Board and room from
$7 a week and upwards.
! R. P. Rithet & Co.
VICTORIA, B.  C.      \
Barristers, Solicitors,
Notaries Public.
Cable Address :   " hallett."   • _
s  Greenwood,
e. c.
Barristers and Solicitors,
• Notaries Public, Etc.
Offices: Over Bank of Montreal, Greenwood.
Barrister and Solicitor,
Notary Public, Etc.
Offices: Wallace-Miller block. Greenwood,1 B.C,
-'•'7'■•'': • Provincial J^and Surveyor.
Offices:. Greenwood, B.C.
also J,A. Unsworth's Store, Midway, B. C,
;'' Civil and Mining Engineer
Provincial --.and Surveyor,
greenwood, B.C.
Mineral Claims Reported upon.
Underground Surveys.
Civil Engineer,
Dominion   and J Provincial
__,and Surveyor.
GREENWOOD,   :     iJ '.:     .•   BO.
Provincial Land Surveyors
Mining and Civil Engineering.
Mineral Claims Surveyed and Crown Granted
Land and Engineering Surveys
Wood   Block,  next door   to   Custom   office,
GREENWOOD. B. C.      -
crockery ■!
The largest  hotels and finest   I
residences in B.C. were fur-."    |
u ished by us throughout
Clears and Tobaccos,
Smokers' Sundries,
Comfortable Club Rooms.
Copper Street, Two Doors Below
Rendell Corner.
»-» i.,VmZl£S^^^
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
west 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,   *
Boundary Yalley   Lodge
No. 38. I.O.O.F.
MEETS every Tuesday:
/  \   Evening   at  8.00 in
their lodge room at Masonic hall.   A cordial
invitation is extended to all sojourning breth-
rn. -G. B.TAYLOR,. NG.
FredB. Holmes, Rec. Sec,
Established in 1836.
Incorporated by Royal Cli arter.
Paid-up Capital $4-.866,666"
Reserve Fund $1.581,666
London Office:
3 Clement's Lar.e, Lombard Street, E. C
J. H. Brodie, John femes Carter, Gaspard
Farrer, Richard H. Glyn, Henrv I. R. Farrer.
Ed. Arthur Hoare, H.J.B. Kendall, J.J. Kiugs-
ford, Fred Lubbock, George D. Whatman.
Secretary, A. G. Wallis.
Pead office in Canada: St. James st., Montreal
H. Stikernan, general manager.
j. Elmslev. iuspeclor.
Branches in Canada:
London, Brantford, Hamilton, Toronto,
Kingston,Otta\va, Montreal. Qiiehcc, St. John,
N. B., Fredericto-i, N. B.. Halifax, Winnipeg,
Brandon, "Victoria, Vancouver, Rofsland,
Kaslo, Ashcroft. Greenwood. Atl'u_,.-Dawsoii,
Klondike, and Sidney,' C. B.
Spokane—Traders' National Bank and Old
National Bank. New York—(52 Wall street)
W. Lawson and J. C. Welsh, agents. San
Francisco—(124 Sansome . street) II. J. Mc-
Michael and J. R. Ambrose agenis.
London Bankeks:
Thc Bank of England and Messrs. Glyn & Co.-
Foreign Agents:
Liverpool—Bank of Liverpool. A atralia—
Union Bank of Australia. New Zealand—Union
Band of Australia, Bank of New Zealand.
India, China and Japan—Chartared Mercantile
Bank of India, London and China. Agra Bank.
West Indies—Colonial Bank. Paris-Marcuard.
Krauss & Co.   Lyons—Credit Lvonnais.
J. ANDERSON, Manager,  Greenwood   B. C
First-Class Sleepers on all Trains From
Revelstoke   and   Kootenay 'Landing.
. Pass Dunmore Junction daily for St.
Paul, Satueday's for Montreal and
Boston, Mondays and Wednesdays for
Same cars pass Revelstoke one day
earlier. 7
1   X   A POINTER   X:'%
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9 ' ~9
* For your eastern trip, is to see that your *
9                   ticket reads via. *
9 9
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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 Iyina and Pacific Coast.
15:45 ) For Midway, where stage
Ex. Sun. V 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. B. REDPATH. agent, Greenwood, B.C.
E. J. Coyle,
A.G.P.A. Vancouver.B.C
Pill, 111,1
Capital, all paid up. $12,000,000. Best .....$7,000,000.
.President:   Lord Strathcona aSd Mount Royal,
Vice-President:   Hon. George A. Drummond.
General Manager :   E. S  Clouston.
Brandies in London, Eng. \ c^1Bp*n£±_. \ New YorK, Chicago.
Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an
Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.
Greenwood Branch,    F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.
—-_=—=- -—--.■■       ■  '     '   ■_  OP TORONTO.
cods :
mor*-*ing:_& neat,.
Ml 11
TO LET:   Building suitable for Stores or offices.    L,ot on Copper Street
business   centre...  ..-.-.   -■.'-. '' . '
FOR SALE :   "Well Furnished five roomed house, easy terms of payment.
GREENWOOD, : : : S. C.
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Complete Line Bar Supplies; -_,»«3/?ggA^Vt/'OO.Cv
Harvey & Robins. Proprietors.
Cbe Best Stock. Gb$ lteate$t^Ri$$»
Copper Street^Gfeetvwood,
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*, -.. •v*<:..**.n
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TheEikhornLager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try
It! It is kept on Draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel
VANCOUVER, B. C, 733 Pender St,"
Also NELSON. B. C,
We arc Manufacturers and direct Importers, and carry a large stock of Balances; Furnaces.
Fire Clay goods, ScirfiUfic and Practical Books, Glassware, Platinum Goods, Acids; Chemicals
am all other Assayers' and Miners' requirements.   Sole agents for Morffan Crucible Company,
Battersea and Standard Firebrick Co., Crucibles and Muffles.   Becker's Sons'Balances, Etc
Catalogue and full particular sent on application. • :
-     Braun's Gasoline Furnaces and Cupel Machines.
Does He Sioke?
If so get him a "Xmas Box" from our
...   extensive-stock of    '.''.':/'■:':    :    :    :
■''■_■ . y
which is bound .to please him. It includes everything used in Smoking, and each article is the* best
of its kind—THE .BEST IN' CANADA.. .-
Orders by Mail, Telephone or Telegraph promptly "executed.   Open
every day until midnight.    .
7T it  "...  __-- #,  %'--^.-/.-'.f.  ���_i v i  **������*- -~v~���- in - fi_-?ir"-*" -"' - ���*-*�����"*���"���m*. mm  TH$ GREENWOOD -WEEKI/IT ^IMES  *_-*8Mh-M  &  ft.  | City gleanings |  For the best cup of coffee in the city  go the Horseshoe Cafe, Copper street.  The skating rink -will be closed Saturday afternoon.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, over Bank of  Commerce.   Both 'phones.  F. H. Oliver returned from Spokane  on Monday.  First class potatoes only $1.50 per  hundred pounds at Bannerman Bros'.  Cash Store.  J. C. Haas, M. E*., is expected here  this week from Spokane.  For Rent���Comfortably furnished  hree-roomed cottage. Apply Times  office. '���������  Elmer Miller is back from a trip to  . Walla Walla.  Mrs.- Andrew Laidlaw and her two  daughters have arrived from Toronto.  Just  a few of those fine apples left  at Bannerman-Bros'. Cash Store to be  sold at $1.85 per box while they last.  '..- h. "'"A.y Manly, -ex-mayor of   Grand  Forks, was in town during the week.  Nitrous oxide and oxygen for painless extraction of teeth at Dr. Mathi-  son's. tf  Don't forget the South. End Grocery  store whenbuying fruit and groceries.  Wm. Graham proprietor. tf  H. T. Ceperley, the Vancouver insurance adjuster was up in Phoenix during the week. ���  For instructions on piano, violin,  mandolin, etc, see Prof. Kauffmann,  Greenwood Music Store.  For fine sleighs or cutters call at  Winnett's carriage works,Silver street.  Next Sunday at the Catholic church  holy mass will be held 10 a. m., and  evening devotions at 7:30 p. m. ��� >  All kinds of Taxidermist work done  by T. B. Winnett, Silver street.      tf  A.A. Crowston's stores, Government  street, for groceries, provisions, produce. Headquarters for green fruits, tf  AU barber shops in the city will be  open on Friday until ICf p. m. and  closed until 6 p.m. Saturday when they  reopen until 11:30. m. '._"-.  First class potatoes only $1.50 per  hundred pounds at Bannerman Bros'.  Cash Store.  The best pastry in tht city is at the  Horseshoe Cafe.  A. G. McKenney, representing the  Gutta Percha and Rubber Manufacturing company, of Toronto, was in town  early in the week.  For RBKT^-Corner store with three  rooms, papered, rent about $20. Apply The Times office. tf  For Rbnt���Unfurnished rooms very  cheap.   See Smith & McRae.  A four-day winter carnival -is being  held in Sandon this week, beginning  Tuesday and lasting until Friday, 31st.  A splendid programme of winter sports  ' has been arranged.  Coffee and doughnuts only 15 cents  at the Horseshoe Cafe.  Large collection of sheet music at 5,  10 and 15 cents.' Greenwood Music  Store.   WINTER CARNIVAL.  . The third quarterly meeting of the  Methodist church wai* held on Monday  evening at the pastor's residence. Arrangements were made by which the  outstanding debts of the church'will  be paid within -twenty . .days. Rev.  Balderston notified the board that he  intended to leave Greenwood about the  the 1st of June. A communication was  received from Mr.* J. W. D. MacKay  offering to organize for an entertainment in the Methodist church, the  terms being that one-half ofttae pro-  ��� cecds should go; to the church. The  offer was accepted. The meeting closed  witli the singing of the Doxology.  The Rossland winter carnival committee is;. making good progress witti  its plans for the carnival which is to  take place from February 12th to 16th.  ���y. Already from outside points there is  promise of a very large attendance/ assurances having been received . that  clubs from Nelson, Sandon, Revelstoke  and Boundary will participate in the  senior and junior championships, and  there is some prospect of teams coming  fromTCalgary and other points. TLadies  ^ teams will alscrmost likely come from  ~N$stfrfal_iUReve^  J^fi*^rP*xf^*rx+^f*^tJt^^x^*^*x^*^  H. A. KING &G0  XMAS.  A box of cigars is always appreciated as a Christmas gift.  We have the following brands of  CIGARS.  LEDA, $1.75.  HENRY VANE, $2.00  FLOR DE MELTA, $2.25.  ��� JOSERAMIEY, $2.75.  JOSE RAMIEZ CABI-  ... v ..; , NETS,   $3,25  Other splendid brands of Imported and. domestic cigars in  --boxes of 25, 50 and 100. : : :  Pipes���Meerschaum and Briar.  Leather Cigar arid Cigarette  Cases from 85c to-$6.   :   :   :    :  CANDY.  "We have plenty for all in  all grades and prices. Let  us supply your Christmas tree.  H. A. KING St GO  There will be an unusually large  number of curlers this year. Nelson is  going to send four or six rinks instead  of two, and Kaslo, Sandon, Revelstoke,  some of the Boundary towns and Golden, Calgary, Lethbridge and; some  southeast Kootenay points may also be  represented.  A great many visitors are expected  from Spokane, but it is not known yet  whether there will be a hockey , team  from there or not.  The carnival will commence on jTues-  . day n_c_nh_g -with thebonspel of the  Kootenay Curling-association, in which  there will be eight events for handsome trophies, and some fifty prizes,,  aggregating in value about $1,000.  The bonspeil will occupy all of the rink  until Wednesday at 6 p. m.  The carnival proper will begin with  the masquerade at the rink on Wednesday evening. Big preparations in the  way bf fancy costumes are being made  for this event and prizes valued at $75  are offered .for the best costumed and  sustained characters.  The snowshoe reces this year will be  as follows: Three mile championship  for the Wells-cup, valued at $150,1 and  gold and silver medals for the first and  second, free-for-all 100-yards race, 220  yard prospectors' race, and free-for-all  300 yards race, for all of which handsome prizes will be given.  There will only be two cutter races  this year���one for single trotters or  pacers and one forteams. Both events  will be free-for-all, quarter mile, best  three in five heats, three to run or no  race, entry money five per cent of purse  which will be $75 for each event.  The hockey contests are of course the  chief feature of the carnival and will  include at least three matches forthe  senior championship,two for the junior  and two for the ladies.  The ski races will be three in num"  ber First for the chionship and the  Jeldness cup, valued at $100, and medals, second for mpn, and third for boys  uuderl5.    These races will be run over  There will probably be two balls during carnival week���one, a masquerade,  by the Eagles on Thursday and another by'the Miners':Union on Friday.  Application has be.eq-made.-.for* the  usual excursion- rates: from all points  of a single fare for the round trip and  there is-'r.o' doubt that in addition to  granting this the various railways  will run special, excuesions.',  CANADA, PROVINCE OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA-  Victoria, by the Grace of God, of tbe United  Kingdom of Gre_ft Britain arid Ireland,Queen  Defender of the.faith, &c,  To Our faithful, tlie members elected to serve  in the Legislative Assembly of Our Province  . of British Columbia ait Our City of Victoria-  Greeting. '  A Proclamation.  H. A.Maclban, ... I WHEREAS WE  Deputv Attorney - General, ..YY are desirous  and resolved, as soon as may be, to meet Our  People of Our Province/of British Columbia,  and to have their advice in Our Legislature: -  NOW KNOW YE, that for divers causes and  considerations, and taking-into,consideration  the case and convenience of our loving subjects  we have thought fit, by and with the advice of  Our Executive Council do hereby convoke, and  by these presents enjoin you, and each of you,  that on Thursday, the twenty-first day of February, one thousand nine hundred and one, you  meet Us in Our said Legislature or Parliament  of Our said Province, at Our City of Victoria,  FOR THE DISPATCH OF BUSINESS, to  treat, do, act, and conclude upon those things  which in Our Legislature of the Province of  British Columbia, by the Common Couucil of  Our said Province may,by the favour of God  be ordained.  In Testimony. Whe*eof, We have caused  these Our Letters to be Patent and the  Great Seal of the said Province to-be  ��� hereunto affixed:   Witness, the Honor-  jTfr-n        n*r*rrr'r".*-1nrr,l.-  i-_r_-_-i --r'-i. r_rnf rt i1t_->- rrr._vnirW-_.iiii*.. i  -^*=AH  -_-___*__.  ' January, 31, 1901.  EC  *   __ _     .-__���*  | in stock | Hoisting Plants, Stamp Mills, Concentrators,  * ROSSLAND *   ��� .     .  I -~r     . I ���8uckets�� Cdfs' Ropef Sinking and Station Pumps,  Chain Blocks,  Boilers, Receivers, Etc,  % Warehouse. g  * 9  9************9  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4 ._. ,.  yt<*f *$ .$. *$- ��f.*f*-f�� ���$��� *g.*$, 4. ��f>$- ���$��� *$���$������$ ���$��� ���$��� 444 4 44 44 4444 44 *fr ���$��<���$"-$���- ��f*s��  CAHAB1AN-RANB BRILL C��<  Compressors and Rand Rock Drills, in which the highest degree of Perfection has  been attained,  R. P. WILLIAMS,  GREENWOOD.   B.C. v^, ROSSLAND,   B.C.  F. m MENDENHALL,  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  I    The James Cooper Mfg, Co.,    1  Our    Yards    and   Mills    are  ��|�� located as follows. :  ��j��; Greenwood,    Phoenix,    Dead-  ��8g wood City, Eholt No. J, Ehol No.  SjySj 2, Long Lake, Rock Creek, Sky-  56 lark  Camp,    Nakusp,    Robson,  pvK Ymir and Rosslaud.  We Are Manufacturers  of all Kinds of : : : : :  CORPORATION OF TBE CITY OF GREENWOOD  Auditor's Statement for Year WOO.  GENERAL REVENUE ACCOUNT, JAN. 1 TO DECi 31, 1900.  To. interest and discount ?  Cemetery   Legal expenses   Street repairs   Advertising and stationery   Fire and light   Special donation to celebration    Mayor's ex. to Victoria   General expense   Office expense, including  salary of Medical health  -officer   Fire department expense  Scavanger.......... .. ���.-.-  .-. Indigent sick.;............  Rendell v. The City....:...  Miller Bros. v. The City..  Waterland v. The City....  Police department, salaries and exponses........'  Water rental expense....  Balance..   550 09-  505 80  - 767 25  950 50  380 20  1,241 29  300 00  500 00  760 95  2,816 05  2,275 92  81175         -  1,422 40  6,572 95               ,_  242 65  685 50  4,143 85'  399 05  0,683 29 $32,022 69  $32,022 69  Deo. 31,1900���. :.':.-,  Assessment account,  being  total amount of taxes col- ���  lectableon general tax....$12,115 54  Liquor-licenses   Dog tax........ '-...;:   Koad tax  -.���.......;'  Peddlers' tax   Trade licenses.. ���.........  Police department receipts.  Water rentals.....t.......  9,950 00  ��� 52 00 ,   : ���  190 00  802 50  1,570 25  4*930 00  2,912 40 $32,022 69  $32,022 09  Jan. 1,1901.   By balance....!.C,_8329  By balance 1898 and 1899:. 10,994 13  $17,677 42  SPECIAL REVENUE, 1900.  Dec. 31. To one year's debenture interest .....$ 4,200 00  To balance.. i.-.      324 80 $ 4,524 80  Dec, 31. By 70-111 of $7,043.95,  being special tax for year..$.4,442 20  By bank Interest on deposit..     82 60 $ 4,524 80  TAX ACCOUNT.  To balance outstd. 1893-99.....$ 1.6T8 60  Amount collectable  as .per  tax roll.........  13,081 03 $14,760 23  Special tax for debenture interest:  To balance outstd. 1898-99...$ 1,542 09 -  To 70-111 special tax collectable 1900 roll.....    4,442 20 $5,984 89  Special tax for debedture sinking fund:  To balance outstd. 1898-99...$ 1,028 40  To 41-111 of special tax col-   ���,  lectable on 1900 roll    2,001 75 $ 3,630 21  Amounts still due for taxes:  General.... ' $ 7,772 04  Special tax for debenture  terest  3,3-16 54  Special tax for sinking fnd  2,043 5-1  $13,102 12  By   cash   received   during  year ��� $ 6,021 60  Discount to persons paying .  prior to October 10..  .966 09   .  Balance still owing...    7,772 34 .$14,76023  Cash received during year..$ 2,633 85  Balance outstanding..   .0,326 04 $ 5,984 89  Cash received during year..$. 1,586 67  Baltinco outstanding....   2.043 54 $ 3,630 21  BALANCE SHEET, DECEMBER 31, 1900.  LIABILITIES. ASSETS.  Debentures issued,   $70,000:  Net proceeds, $25,000 nt  92  $30,000 at 101  $15,000 at 101  Bank Commerce, hypothecation of debentures   Bank Commerce, loan on  general account   Bills payable   Interest accrued due on bills  payable   Debenture interest accrued  due Dec. 31st but not yet  paid '   Special tax for debenture interest 1900.....-...;.   Plus 1898 and 1899 taxes ;.  General revenue act. 1900   Plus 1898 and 1899 balance....  Special tax for sinking fund  1900.. .'.   Plus 1898 and 1899 taxes   Tramway charter trust act.,  see contra ^.   Sundry creditors   23,000 00  30,300 00  15,150 00  321 80  1,346 71  6,683 29  10,941 13  2,650 15  3,520 64  $08,450 00  10,000 00  10,000 00  5,800 00  50 50  2,352 35  1,671 51  17,677 42  6,170 79  5,000 00  1,381 01  $128,553 58  Street Improvements $53,71-1  Flume   8,422  Municipal buildings and furniture    Waterworks   Fire department....   Cemetery   Isolation hospital   Sewerage account   Propertyaccount-tools, steel  rails, etc   Waterrents in arrears   Masonic lodge   Bank Commerce, amount  held in trust re tramway  charter: See.contra.   Bank Commerce, gen.* act....  Taxes outstanding on gen.ac  Taxes outstanding on deb.  int. act. 1898 and 1899    1,034  Taxes outstanding on deb.  int. act. 1900    2,311  Taxes outstanding on sink-  iug fund act. 1898 and 1899..     689  Taxes outstanding on sinking fund act. 1900  '1,354  Cash on hand deb. Int. act...       47  Cash on hand sinking fd. act      28  Cash on hand gen. act      145  City map���cost..........   Bank Commerce.special sinking fund and debenture interest account   38  17 $57,136 55  9,562 32  26,586 60  4,884 89  3,966 19  878 60  123 25  990 00  116 00  64 90  .    5,000 00  607 60  7,772 54  14  90    3,346 04  42   ���  12     2,043 54  80  50  11       221 41  463 25  4,789 84  $128,553 58  This Balance Sheet is true and correct-   In my opinion it gives a  true statement of the City's financial standing at this date.-  W. E HODGES, Chartered Accountant- Auditor.  *������ MONTREAL, QUEBEC,-  ���     MANUFACTURERS OF  -**  =$eraeati!  ������  ������  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COMPRESSORS ....  ��� BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc, ^^^I^kSB^���*8  Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills. ^^^_^_ STOCK carried in rqssland  ��~   K. H. e* mcnally, Rossland, B. e*  fi. R, ttiritpatriek, Greenwood, B. C.    ~s  ^uuumm.-_i.-ua...u..imi.^^  able Sir- Heart Gustave Joly de Lotbiniere, K.C.M.6., Lieutenant-Governor  of Our said Province of British Columbia, in our City of Victoria, in Our  ��� said Province, this seventeenth day of  January, in the year of Our Lord one  thousand nine hundred aud one. and in  the sixty-fourth yearof Our Reign.  By Command.  J. D.  PRENTICE,  Provinciai Secretary.  MINERAL. ACT; 1896.  ,     CERTIFICATE   OF ������ IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTIOE.  "MAPLE LEAP"  Mineral Claim  situate   in  - the Kettle River Mining" Division of-Yale  District.     Where   located :    In- Skylark  ���������".  camp.  CT'-'-AKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  J." agent for William J. Porter Free  Miner's 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  Seetion 37 must., be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 24th day of November, A. D��� 1900.  I. H. HALLETT.  7  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 that I, Otto Dil-  : ler Free -Miner's Certificate No  B7871, intend, sixty "days from the dat e 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 is  suance of such certifictte of'"Improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of November. A. D., _90o.  OTTE DILLER.  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF -MPROVEMEriTS.  NOTICE.  BURNS, BURNS FRACTIONAL, .COPPER  . TRUST FRACTIONAL, SCRANTON  ;OTIS FRACTION and PICLADILLY  FRACTION Mineral Claim ,situate in the  Kettle River* Mining Division ~ of Yale  District. Where located: In Deadwood  Camp. ���.'.".  TAKE NOTICE that I, 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  Section-:37i!n_ust__be .commenced-.before.tlie.is--  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.  *������ Dated this 23rd day of June, A. Di., 1900.  * E. A. BIELENBERG  MINERAL ACT. 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  EMERALD   Mineral   claim,    situate   in  the  "���  Kettle "River Mining Division of Yale District. Where located:   In Deadwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson, Free Miner's Certilicate No. B. 8120  for self and as agent for I. H. .Hallett, Free  Miner's" Certificate No. 8003 and Lindsay Mc-  Carren Free : Miner's Certificate No.  B30022       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.  Dated this 1st day of January, A. D. 1901.  .of the Boundary creek to the City of Greenwood and from the said City of Green-wood in  a southeasterly direction to the City of Grand  Forks: with power to ��� construct, operate ��� and  maintain branch lines to Aspen Grove Camp to  the Tullameen River camps and to Copper and  Kennedy Mountains and other points and with  power to construct operate and maintain all  necessary bridges, roads, ways and 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 same on any navigable waters and to '.contract, operate and maintain . telegraph land  telephone lines along the routes of said railway  and its branches or in connection therewith and  to transmit messages for .commercial purposes  and to collect tolls therefor and .to generates  electricity and supply light, heat and power  and to acquire and receive from any govern,  meat, corporation or persons grants ol land,  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.,.  COMPANIES' ACT, 1897.  Morrison Mines. Limited (Non-Personal Liability).  * Take notice that the shares in the Morrison  Mines, Limited, (Non-Personal Liability) here-,  inaf ter described, have been declared In default  and will be sold at public auction to the highest  bidder for cash, at the office of the said company, Rendell building, Copper street, -Greenwood, B.C., oh Friday, the 1st day of February,, A. D., 1901, at the hour of four o'clock  in the afternoon, to satisfy assessments which  have been made thereon and are in default for  a period exceeding sixty days after notice and  demand of pay ment'of such assessments.  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 near the junction of the Cold  Water and Nicola Rivers, thence following the  Cqld 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 J of the Otter river to the main river,  thence following the 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 Princeton, or as an alternative route from  the said junction of the Cold Water and Nicola  Rivers following the valley of the Nicola river  to Nicola lake, thence along the south shore of  the said Nicola Lake to Quilchena creek thence  following the valley of the Quilchena creek to  the divide of One Mile or Graveyard creek,  thence down the valley of One Mile or Graveyard creek to Princeton at the junction- of the  Tullameen and Similkameen rivers aforesaid,  thence from Princeton following down the valley of the said Similkameen river lo a point  west of Osoyoos Lake, thenco in an easterly  direction to the Osoyoos river, crossing the said  river above Osoyoos Lake or at other convenient points, thence in an easterly direction to  the divide of Rock creek, thence down one of  the tributaries of the Kettle river to the valley'  of the Kettle river, thence following the Kettle  river down stream to the town of Midway,thence I  rom the said town of Midway along the valley  No. of  Certificate.  No. of  ���Shares.  Amount of   As  sessment Due  and Unpaid.  '  49  1,000  $  200  _��.-���.  2,ooo  400  51  2,ooo   .  4 00  52  5,ooo  10 00  .84  5oo  2 00  142  5oo  3 00   .  162  1,000  200  191  1,000  4 00  201  4,ooo  16 00  202  5.ooo  20 00.  203  5,ooo  2000  204  5,ooo  20 00  ,   205  5,ooo  20 00  206  5,ooo  20 00  207  5,ooo  20(i0  229   ���  5oo  200  338  5oo  2 00  339  5oo  200  340  5oo  * 200        j  341  5oo  200  342  5oo  2 00  343.  5oo  200  344  5oo  .200  345  5oo  200  346  5oo  200  347  5oo  200  355      .  l,ooo  400  356  5oo    ���  200  357  5oo  2 00  414  5oo  200  474  5oo  100  475  5oo  100  476  5oo  100  477  5oo  100  512  l,ooo  200  534  2,ooo  800  589  5oo  200  59o  5oo  200  591  5oo  200  592  5oo  200  593  5oo  200  594  5oo  200  595  5oo  200  596  Soo  200  597  5oo  200  598  5oo  2 00  599  5oo  20o  600  5oo  200  601  5oo  200  602  5oo  200  603  Soo  2oo  604  Soo  2 00  605  Soo.  2 00  606  5oo  2 00  607  Soo  2 00  608  5oo  2 00  728  2,ooo  800  754  l.ooo  4 00  755  1,000  4oo  756  1,000  4oo  757  l,ooo  4oo  758  1,000  4 00  .  759  1,000  4 00  760  1,000  4oo  761  1,000  4oo  762  1,000  4oo  763       . l!  1,000  4 00  1118  375  1 5o  1119  275  1 lo  1120  725  2 9o   _  1122  4od  16o  ,.  1123 .  150  60  .  1124  34*  138  --             t  NOTICE   OF   FORFEITURE.  To C. A. Peterson, late of EUolt Creek in Yale  district  Sir: You are hereby notified that we have  expended $100 iii labor and impro\ ements upon  the "Silent Friend" Mineral Claim, situate in  Long- Lake camp, formerly Gold Drop Camp,  in the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District in British Columbia, a*, will appear by  a Certificate of Work recorded December 1st, '  1899, in the office of the Mining Recorder for the  said Kettle River Mining Di. ision, in order to  hold said claim under the provisions of Section  24 of the Mineral Act, such being the amount  required to hold the said claim ior the year  ending 10th May, 1900.  And if at the expiration of ninetj [90) days of  publication of this notice Jou fail or refuse to  contribute your proportion of the 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 of the "Mineral Act  Amendment Act, 1900.  Dated at Greenwood, B. C, this 9th day of  November, 1900.  Thomas McDonnell,  Spencer Benerman,  Joseph A  Frank.  Hallett & Shaw, Solicitors.  ��-.1  tr  "    x .-  X  BUREAU OF PROVINCIAL INFORMATION  IN ORDER that- the Government may _be in  i- possession of- defihate information 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 may feel disposed to forward such  particulars to this office for the purpose in  question.  In view of the proposed early re-organization  of the Agent General's Office in London, England, the desirability of having on file a 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'*  affording opportunities for legitimate invest-��  ment.- i  It is not proposed to recommend properties  to 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, but the localities  in which they are situated, and the conditions  affecting-them. For this' pnrp5se printed  schedules will, npoh application, be forwarded  to those desirous of making sales.'" ���''..  R. E. GOSNELL,  ���" Secretary, Bureau of Provincial Information.  -1  Dated this 28th day of December, A. D., 1900.  A. F. OLIVER,  Secretary Motrison Mines, Limited.  NOTICE OF PRIVATE BILL.-*  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  bnild,.e^uip,j|uaintain^and^pperate^ajine or_  lines of railway of standard guage with any  kind of motive power from a point at or near  the town of Midway to a point at or near the  mouth of Rock creek, thence in a northeasterly  direction to the West Fork of Kettle river,  thence following the West Fork of said river to  its head, thence bi* the most cahvenient 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 Svith power to  construct, operate and maintain all necessary  bridges, roads, ways and ferries, and to construe., 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  same on any navigable waters,and to construct,  operate and maintain telegraph and telephone  lines along the routes of said railway and it.  branches or in connection therewith, and to  transmit messages for commercial purposes, to  generate electricity and supply light, heat aim  power, and to erect, construct, build and maintain the necessary buildings and works, and  with power to take water from the falls on  Spatlumcheeti or Shuswap" river near Lumby  and on the West Fork "of Kettle river near  Bull creek, to generate anv kind of power for  the 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 company's undertaking, and to connect  with aiid enter Into traffic or other arrangements with railway, steamboat or other com-  panles; and ior all rights, powers _rhd privileges necessary in or incident to the premises  and for other purposes.  Dated at Vancouver, B. C, this 22nd day of  December, 1900.  WILSON & SENKLER,  -��� Solicitors for Applicants.  y-fffjlj  _  ���* **%*  - V-s-'^  -.V'rSr.  ?'#f  "���/Cfta-v*.  > I .... A* 1-'  ,~_ ����  *  ���-. >*- --i  '     'ft  *    --_.-.. ?\  ' J.'1-,. -rxS  ' "...  \_-. '  MINERAL ACT, 18%.  Certificate of Improvement-  NOTICE.  HONALULU mineral claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District. Where located : Iu Copper camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. JE. Shaw as  agent for James R. McMackson, Free  Miner's Certificate No. Bl3 56 and William H.  MCMackson, Free Miners Certificate No. B13593  intend; sixty days from date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Im  grovements for the purpose  of obtaining a  rown. Grant of the,.abo ve claim.  And further ta'. �� notice that action under  Section 37 must' be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated the 20th day of November, 1899.  f, 193 C. JE. SHAW.  IO:  TVtv*.  '���-'���-��� "���'���^���Ttf'i-i'-.  y^tA-yy  tyK-y-'t-yre  >^*_wtM  ���. ^-i-?.Ja**-\fc{-M,ar_i-.i��iiiiii_ini  j-xir-^Z^'-f  im-tfAfri re��4_rcA*.-^?]--~%_��U-^__^ei_ft^  &KXi&c&1&-&-^*'^'^^:*''?��^yy~-r'?--zr::  ;���;-.';y-  ' .*-''!-'.  yyyyy  *7777v.  January 31; 1901*.  ttBE^  ,/vv/,*vy-v-��  ���THE ONLY-  DIFFERENT  Jlaid  OPTICIANS III.sjyles.  -IN THE  SIS  C. m. 0ully$Co<  llll IE  Druggists  Jewelers and  For Business...  We beg to announce to the public that we are  open for business, with a full line of general  merchandise. We propose to carry a large  and varied stock of such goods as are required  in the district and to cater to your every want  and trust to be favored with a portion of your  patronage. The following goods en route  to arrive in a few days :���  USE ONLY THE BEST  1ELL0RS'PURE  MIXED PAINTS.  Gi.ar.inte.-d 1 Strictly Pure  ouaranteea \ Imperial Measure.  A.large assortment of Frame  and Room Mouldings.  .iM'iy ,;iH!|l;i  l:l|illiSI  =  PICTURE FRAIM  ,tiVh...  w.  ':.���."*  iJnss!iifiifs  The Pride of  'M^^M^WW^*      ''      I. R.  ARMSTRONG, '  ':       . PROPRIETOR  One Car Blacksmith Coal-  One Car Pearl Coal Oil.  One Car General Hardware  One Car Sash and Doors.  One Car Ogilvile's Flour.  One Car Fresh Eggs X  X Opticians   |m MSSELL-LAf-CAULFIELD CO, LTD.  ��    GREENWOOD, B. C.  '��__Z_____\____^i________________________^_^___^_^_^_  SPECIAL SERVICES  of all kinds.   Work  Guaranteed.  Eatest Designs in  The Best Selected Stock in  the Boundary.  Plate, Sheet and Ornameiv  tal    Window    Glass,  Mirrors of all Kinds,  Is The Best Hotel in The City.  Every Modern Convenience  (Srafyam $ Parry,  Proprietors.  Congregations Paying Tribute  to Victoria, the Good,  The services in the different churches  in    the   city   on   Sunday   last   were  peculiarly appropriate, being eloquent  tributes of the love and esteem in which  the deceased Queen  was held by her  loyal subjects in Greenwood,   At the  Presbyterian church, Rev. Mr. Ander-  - son in a short address paid an eloquent  tribute to the virtues of the queen and  then called on His Honor Judge Bole,  of   New Westminister,  who delivered  an eloquent address.   He was foll.owed  by Mr. H. C. Shaw, who in appropriate  terms,   made   reference    to   the wise  statesmanship of Her Majesty and the  consequent blessings that came to her,  colonies,   particularly   Canada.      His  Honor, Judge Bole said in part:  "The occasion which we have been  ���-narking by. a solemn and 'appropriate  religious service is one of  sad significance, the like of which has never heretofore occurre'd in the history of the  mighty  Empire  of   which  we  are so  proud to f->rm a not unimportant part,  I advisedly say the occasion is without  a   parallel  in our history;.other kingb  and queens have died and  been buried  with ceremony and pomp, and the outward   signs   of   mourning   and   the  funeral rapping' of woe were much in  evidence, .but  outside a small���a very  small circle���there was Utile genuine  sorrow; today  we mourn the loss of a  -��� sovereign =who-had_,become_ very dear  to every one of her millions of loving  subjects���who   for   over   sixty   years-  were   accustomed   to    heartily   pray,  'God Save the Queen;' we feel we have  lost not  alone the official head of our  Empire,   we have lost one whose life  and   every    thought    was    dedicated  to the welfare of her people, one'whose  loving heart  always sympathized, not  alone with   her own subjects, but was  in   sympathetic touch  with  suffering  humauity  throughout the   world, and  who   is   today   regretted   throughout  every  civilized   laud.    Her  noble example as mother, wife and widow have  left their mark never to be  eradicated;  and  the  world  is  the better that Victoria has lived.   I recall  some anonymous lines   written when the Queen  was crowned, which, when viewed in  the light of  subsequent events, seem  . almost prophetic:  They decked her coartly halts,  They reined her lipnored steed,  They shouted at the palace (rates���  A noble Queen succeeds.,  "And a noble Queen she-has been  noble in the best sense of the word, o,  as Tennyson puts it:  Pure hearts are more than coronets  A.nd simple faith than Norman hlood.  ."Noble in  her unswerving devotion  to duty, noble in her public life, noble  in   her private life���in-each she lived  up to the highest ideal,  and succeeded  to an extent which is  rarely   the lot of  man or woman.    She loved, peace and  hated war; she ever bore in mind that  God is the author of peace and lover of  concord, and on more than one occasion  by her timely  interference   with the  acts   of   her   ministers,   averted the  scourge of war.    But  over, above and  beyond all the glorious  reminiscences  of a wonderful reign, her marvellous  career  is a  great object lesson to all  Christian people.   She began her reign  with heartfelt,  earnest prayer to Almighty God for guidance and help���a  5       prayer   which  has   been   abundantly  . answered for   sixty-three   years���and  she   closed her  life as she began it���  with prayer���as she passed peacefully,  away from the possessions. of an  earthly crown to the eternal enjoyment of a heavenly one that fadeth  not away."  In the Episcopal church, Rev. Mr.  Robins made, special references to the  great loss the nation sustained. The  music and lessons were also appropriate for the occasion. Next Saturday two special services will be held.  At 8.30 a. m. Holy Communion -will be  administered . and at 11 a.' m. the full  Angelican burial service. for the dead  will be said. -���"���''       ..   . y  Similar services   were   held   in the  other churches in the city.  J.-W, MELLOR  Times Bldg.     -     -     Copper St.  Cot. Copper and Deadwood Streets, >><> < / * Greenwood, B, C  . .The Clarendon Cafe.;  THB   BBST   MEALS   IN   THB   CITY   SERVED.  SPECIAL ATTENTION; TO DINNER PARTIES.  COUNTY COURT.  Was Opened by Judge Bole on Monday Last,  County court >vas- opened by His  Honor, "Judge Bole, of New Westminister on Monday. The learned  judge has taken over His Honor, Judge  Spinks' work during the latter's con-  valesence from a serious illness. Immediately after court was opened, Mr.  A. Leamy rose and said:        ^  "May- it please your honor, before  proceeding with the business of the  court, I have a motion to make.  "My Lord, these ate days of sorrow  for those owing allegiance to the British crown.   Our Queen lies dead.    She  who sat upon the throne of the greatest  Empire of the world, she now lies dead.  She who   during her term upon that  throne, presented an example  that all  the rulers should follow.   A woman in  the   strictest   sense of the word.   To  Canadians especially,  our  Queen will  be "looked   up  to with  reverence and  affection.   At the time she came to the  throne, an  agitation was going on* in  the   provinces   of   upper    and   lower.  Canada.   An agitation that might have  brought about the  separation of these  colonies from the mother country. The  people" of these colonies  agitated for  responsible-government.-.The���Queea  had just come.to the   throne,  and  by  her wise advice the way to the future  foundation of British North  America,  and the building up  of this great Canadian nation, was paved.  "Now, My L,ord, on my behalf and  on the behalf of my brethren, I wish to  tender you a hearty welcome to this,  our city, ��� the metropolis of the Boundary district. We desire that during  your stay amongst us, you will have a  pleasant time, and we will only be too  glad to sec you return to us more frequently than you have.  "I now make a resolution that the  court adjourn in consideration of the  death of Queen Victoria, the head of  our courts."  Mr.   Brown:   "May   it please   your  honor,   as   the juunior member of the  bar of the city of Greenwood'. I deem it  my duty to second the  motion, for tha  reasons  which   have been so ably expressed   by  the   senior   member,  my  learned friend, Mr. Learny.   It  would  be impossible for me to enter into the  virtues  of   our   late Queen.   1 might  say,   however,   that   I think it is particularly  fitting   for   us,   a   body   of  lawyers, to show every respect due to  our late beloved Queen, bftcause,as Mr.  Leamy has said, conditions were in a  state  of chaos when she ascended the  throne, particularly in  Canada, and it  required.the exercise of tact,  common  sense and wise statesmanship  to effect  a satisfactory settlement.   It has been  said that she is the only monarch who  ruled   constitutionally.^ She  was    always guided by the advice of her ministers and never acted contrary to their  wishes.   This   is  riot- the only reason,  why she is^ loved.    She is loved because  she was pure, and because she-was fpre-  mostin works of charity and humanity,  by all the people of the English nation.  "I may say again that I re-echo the  sentimentsof Mr. Leamy in welcoming  you to the city of Greenwood."  i   "Mr. Shaw:   Before your Lordship  replies, I would beg to move that the  proceeding today be spread upon the  records of   the court."   Seconded by  A. M. "Whiteside.  His Honor, Judge Bole: "Mr. Leamy  and gentlemen of the  bar,' In" granting the motion to adjourn this court, I  feel that" I cannot do so without making some few remarks.   It is. true that  it is impossible for words to adequately  convey t_ie"sense of bereavement and  sorrow we allfeel. Our Empress Queen,  onr loving friend,  has gone   to everlasting glory,  and left   behind a sorrowing Empire.   Nay more, a sorrowing  world,   from   the   heart of grief  stricken people of' every race, and in  every clime.   We, all her subjects here,  feel that   we  have -lost  a friend and  guide.   Under her  wise counsels, the  Empire which ��� at the time of her succession, was little better than a number   of   disintegrated provinces,   who  had no interests in common, and whose  feelings were, unfortunately, too often  the reverse of friendly.   But under her  wise-counsels,^-her^pxu^nt.dy^ction,j  that  Empire   which,  as I  have said,  bound together by a rope of sand, became welded into that glorious fabric  which stands forth as the greatest Empire that has ever existed on earth; a  fabric which has been . within the past  year cemented with the  blood of our  bravest and best on the South African  veldt, aad now she transmits to her son,  King Edward,   the   seventh   of    the  name, whom may God long preserve,  the throne of a glorious Empire, whose  foundations    are   deep   sunk   in   the  minds and   affections of the   people,  who are   not bound to the throne by  chains and by  force,  and the only re:  spect  that  we can show our late beloved Queen is to adjourn this court, a  court of which she has so long been the  "** '���������.--.*���  % X F. J. MITCHELL X  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  I   .9  9  9  9  9  9-  9  9  9  9  9  9  f  Most comfortable and well furnished room.=, steam heated  and lighted by.electric .light.    Can be had from , ;  e,$10 Per Month Upwards..  MRS. BOWMNG,;      y Clarendon HotW and Cafe.  COPPER STREET:  .1  Shop worn goods  for your Fall Suit  when you can secure  New Goods of the  m o s t fashionable  pattern^ which have  just, arrived.       7  QJPEN % PAtf ' AND ; NIGHT.  For the past four years under the 'same.management.... Best accommodations in the city.     Private Dining Rooni:for Ladieis. 7 : ": 7:..-  The Biggest and best f  assortment of Fall Suit/ g  �� ings ever brought into *  the Boundary.  XX 9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  t9  ~9'  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  TvSsSi-XnWWn^  v*v..**:.-' ��� ���.>���:;   cuNUFFE&jvicJyiitLANy "y  rounders,  Miichiuists  aiid  Boilermakers���Manufacturers of Ore..Cars, Ore Bin.'."  Doors,  and   GeneraT Mining Machinery���Lots of Second Hand.:Machinery which ,  has been thoroughly overhauled aud is practically new. ������/��� :   ���-'.���'*-���  -25 H. P. Locomotive Type Boiler with J 1���Sinking Pump 10x5x12 Outside, packed,  Engine attached,  complete with all fit-  *    'plunger pattern.- :.'���':"��� .-..  titles-Ready to turn on.steam.  - ���'���"-'?-'*���     '���   ' ���"-*'���     '-���'���':'".  -6Kx8 Double Cylinder  Friction Drum i 1���Sinking Pump.  No. 5 Cameron,  New  Hoist, built by the Iiigersoll Company..   " I     York. .      . :..;   s.>  Watch this ad for other lists or write us forcomplete list before vou buy.   We  may have just what you want.  Agents* for Northey Pumps���Stock Carried.  THIRD AVENUE ~ ROSSLAND P. 0. BOX 19  ��������WA��A*/A^-��*#i&#}!.###fclfr<.''"wnfM^  THE TAILOR  Copper St.  laft-t--****-*-^*  4  To the Public  We beg to thank our patrons for the  good-will shown us in the year just  passed and hope for a continuance of  the same during 1901, when we will be  better ablevto fill all demands upon us  more promptly.  Wishing - you  all'"a prosperous New  Year. Respectfully yours,  Sprott  acpherson,  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  DAY  AND  Finest Steaks and  Chops in Town-  Best Cup of Coffee in the :  Boundary.   :  No trouble to eet  up Short Orders  THE PROGRAMME INCLUDES  Eight Curling Contests  Under the Auspices of the Kootenay Curling- Association.  WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS.   -    Wallace-Miller Block.  444  4  4  4  M.M.Bungert&Co.  (Better known as Shorty.)  head. She naturally and properly was  the head of our justice, and all her life  was devoted to it, her greatest aim and  care. We can only show this small respect to our late beloved Queen who  has laid down the sceptre of the British  Empire, and has exchanged her earthly crown ��� a glorious one ���for a  better and more glorious one, which  fadeth not away." _ ._.',.  His Honor also expressed..,his.appreciation of the cordial Welcome extended him by^.thc "Greenwood bar.  granted both motions -and adjourned  court to February 26.  Snowshoe Races.  Ski Races.        Skating Races.  For Provincial / Championships  Hockey Tournament   m    ******���**>*>,'  For Senior, Junior and Ladies'   j /  championships of B.c.     I Gutter M Dog Races^  COASTING CONTESTS.     CARNIVAL MASQUERADE  $3,000 IN TROPHIES ASP PRIZES $3,000  Rates of a Single Fare for the Round Trip  ....on All Railways....  ';i_HT For further particulars see posters or programs or address  H. W. C}JAOKSON,  Secretary Carnival Committee. ROSSLAND. 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