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 i.  jxT  Published Weekly in the Interests of the. Boundary Creek Mining District.  Vol. VIII.  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY,. MARCH 21? 1901.  No. p^T  ���>  tf  &���& x 4>4mI4m-MMN-?  sm-  -9  K<&-  The Latest Styles in  Taylor - Made Costumes, Golf Capes  Ladies'  The Standard Spring Patterns for f  April Justin. f  RENDELL* S ARCADE I  iff-^-fH^-��-^ A:.<HWj&-��HNP'<^&  fl-fl* Sperry Company, Del  *���  ���jt  WE ARE IN A POSITION TO SUPPLY  In any quantity desired. As to quality our stock  can not be surpassed.  urns  THE CANADIAN pMOF COMMERCE  ���       "��� .'   With Wb-cli is Incorporated the  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital. $8,000,000.       -     Rest, $2,000,000  ; HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER, General Manazer  j. W. H. SMYTHE,.  . Manager Greenwood Branclt.  COUNTY COURT.  His Honor Judge Bole held Comity  Court in the city hall, Greenwood, on  Monday and. Tuesday, 18th and 19th  inst. The sitting of the court having  been several times previously postponed a large amount of business had  accumulated, there having been between 60. and 70 cases on the docket.  Among those of interest were the  following:  In tlie matter of II. Mason vs. Snow-  flake Lim ecompany, a judgment summons for Uiis court had been issued  against W. E. Medill who. fornlerly  traded under that company name. Defendant was called upon lo show why  he had neglected tq pay amount of said  judgment. Upon examination it was  elicited that instead of- paying the  whole or any part thereof, he had been  reducing-liability under aichattel mortgage held by his wife and sons. The  court considered this a family arrangement such as it invariably regarded  with suspicion. An order was therefore made for payment on'account of  $25 forthwith and a similar amount  monthly until the debt of $316.81 shall  have been paid, in default defendant  to be imprisoned for 40 days. Medill  was taken into custody by the deputy  sheriff but was afterwards released  upon payment of the first instalment  and that official's costs.  In Clark & Binns vs. Kaake, an interpleader summons which involves  the rights of chattel mortgagees to  proceeds.of goods sold by the sheriff  under an execution following judgment  obtained against W. T. Kaake, the  court made an order that an issue be  drawn up in which the claimants be  plaintiffs, all questions of costs lo be  reserved and that the action be set for  next court peremptorily.  Iu Annie Skjennald vs. M. Berger  and Jos. T. Bedard, Louis Greenwood  garnishee," which was a claim for wages  due to plaintiff as chamber maid at  defendants'- hotel, Bedard, who, was  absent, had not been served with a  summons and-Berger disclaimed responsibility. It appearing that he was  interested in the hotel business the  court held .that plaintiff could not  be expected to ascertain the exact business relations of men advertised as  partners,so judgment wasgiven against  Berger and the garnishee for amount  of claim and costs.  An unusual counter-claim was made  in Guess vs. Cunningham & Andersen,  an action to recover ��8. rent. Defendants admitted that this amount was  due but claimed$100 damages for time  lost, etc., owing.to premises not having  b -en sufficiently heated, as had -been  agr.ed- they should be, *to" admit  of their carrying on their work as electricians and that, first having given  notice of tljeirintention to do so and  failing compliance with their requirements, they were compelled to surrender their lease and to remove their  business to other premises. Judgment  was reserved. ,  Davidson vs. Weeks (Before judge  and jury).���The plaintiff herein sued  the defendant, who was a hotel keeper  at the time of the occurrence, for $300,  OUVENIR of  the B.  C, Co/s Smelter,  blown in February 18th,  1901 j and of the Standard  Smelter which is slated to  blow in shortly.  On the face of this card  are excellent views of the  smelters above mentioned,  They are selling at  sight You will miss it if  y ou do not make it a point  to see them at once.  $m.tb$lftcRae  Books, Stationery, Wall  Paper, Office Supplies, etc.  'Phone,   V.  &  N.    34.  alleged to have been stolen from him  while a guest at defendant's hotel at  Phoenix. The plaintiff deposed that  on the night in question he retired  perfectly sober and on going to bed  placed his pants containing the money  under his head, but did not fasten the  door, as the lock was not in working  order; that there was no notice under  the Iunkeepers's act posted in his  room; and that he was unaware that  there was a safe in the hotel for the  deposit of valuables, and that he had  earned the money,sued for whilst working in the B.C. mine. Defendant, on the  other hand, swore that the lock was in  perfect order, but admitted that there  was no notice posted in the bed room,  and that he had not called plaintiff's  attention to the fact lhat he had a safe  in which valuables might be kept.  The defense was practically contributory negligence. The learned  judge charged the jury at considerable  length and carefully explained the law  bearing upon the subject. The jury,  after protracted deliberation, found  that there was contributory negligence  on the plaintiff's part and so returned  a verdict for the defendant.  Moran vs: Salter���This was an action in. trover for $1,000 damages for  wrongful conversion of plaintiff's  household goods. The .evidence,which  was voluminous and complicated, went  to show that Mr. Moran, the plaintiff's  Tiusband, at one time owned the Hotel  Spokane at Midway, the furniture of  which was solely owned by the plaintiff, Mrs. Moran. Mr. Moran mortgaged the premises to Mr. Mackay  Iiig.rim, but no mention of the furniture appeared in the mortgage deed  and.Mrs. Moran was ho party thereto,  but the tenant,'Mr.'Salter,- appears to  have been allowed the use of the furniture free of cost.; Subsequently In-  grim assigned the mortgage-to Salter  and gave the latter to understand he  was getting the furniture as part of  the _ security, whereas Mrs. Moran  swore that she had never given up her  title-to the furniture to Ingrim or any-  .pne "else, as-In grim-well knew.and; had  told her he did; also that the Value of  the furniture was more than $800, and  it had been bought with her own money.  The court added Mr. Ingrim, who was  preset-tin court, as a defendant. -.At  the ."close- bf the evidence, His -Lordship,''������-remarked--that.-, the' case clearly  indicated that Mr. Salter had no right  whatever to keep the furniture, but at  the same time it was also evident that  Mr. Ingrim had deliberately deceived  Mr. Salter into the belief that he had a  right to convey the furniture. Judgment would therefore go for $300 and  costs, same however, to* be reduced to  $l-aud costs if the furniture were delivered up to Mrs. Moran, which Salter's counsel undertook should be done  within one week from date,Mr. Ingrim,  owing to his improper conduct, to; pay  all costs of the .suit.    J '  His Honor Judge Bole transacted  the business of the court with all dispatch consistent with' full hearing of  the evidence brought forward in the  various cases dealt with. For the convenience of litigants and others from  -P.l_Lc.-_3--9.lLtsi-i^  sitting was held, thereby expediting  matters considerably. The numerous  cases that came before the court demonstrated markedly the necessity that exists for more frequently holding court  in this city and for having a County  Court judge resident in the district.  ~P"  NORTH FORK KETTLE RIVER  THE BUCKHORN  It is announced that arrangements  are in progress for an early resumption  of work on the Buckhorn, in Deadwood  camp. F. H. Moore, of Stewartstown,  New Hampshire, has been in Greenwood for the past three weeks endeavoring to straighcen out the tangle the  affairs of the Buckhorn were left in at  the time work was suspended several  months since. He will leave tomorrow  on his return east. He will la}' before  the management of the company the  result of his investigations and will report favorably as to the promising  nature of the mineral showings he has  seen on the property. Altogether  about 1,000 feet of woik have been done  underground in development of the  Buckhorn, including a 220-foot vertical double compartment shaft with  about 240 feet of crosscutting at the  100-fobt level and nearly 300 feet at the  200. The power plant includes half of  a 10-drill Rand duplex air compressor,  20-horse power hoisting engine, station  and sinking pumps, machine dr_lls,etc.  Miss G. D. Sexton, corset expert of  New York, will be at Rendell's Arcade for three days, April 12th, 13th  and 15th, to demonstrate the merits of  W. B. and La Vida corsets. She will  be pleased to meet ladies who wish up-  to-date and, well-fitting corsets, on the  above dates. ���  The shipment of a little ore during  the past six months from two or three  mining properties situate on the North  Fork of Kettle river has had the effect  of again directing attention to several  groups of claims distant 10 to 15 miles  from Grand Forks. The best known  properties among these are the Earthquake, Golden Eagle, Volcanic, Pathfinder and Little Bertha, on the eastern  side of the river, and the Seattle, Humming Bird and Strawberry, on the  western side. Recently a short switch  was put in on the Columbia & Western railway, its location being on the  Graud Forks Ride of Eholt and between  the latter placeand Fisherman Station.  As there is only room for three or four  cars at a time on the switch it is evident that it i.s not expected that immediate shipments will b.e large. However, it is the intention to send ore to  one or other of tlie smellers from the  Humming Bird���which has already  made several small shipments to the  Granby smelter at Grand Forks���and,  after a bridge shall have been built  across the river.from the Golden Eagle,  Pathfinder and Little Bertha. Of  these the Hummi/g Bird and Pathfinder appear likely to make the best  showing as regards early output. Of  the former, which is reported to have  shipped 600 to 700 tons ore, only this  passing mention will at present be  made, no reliable particulars .of it being just now available to the writer.  The Pathfinder lately resumed work.  There are two double - compartment  shafts on this property, respectively  135 and 125 feet in depth, and about 700  feet of cross-cutting and drifting. It  is stated that there are three main pre  bodies of a somewhat irregular character, partially developed by these  workings- and that these ore bodies  are large low grade masses of pyrrhotite, carrying.gold, silver and copper  and run ning about $15 to the ton. The  formation is porphyry and a diabasic  rockf the ore occurring .seemingly at or  near a contact, in , a"quartzose gangue.  The general indications were some  time since regarded by the Provincial  Mineralogist, some of whose comments  are given above, as favorable to the  finding of considerable bodies of ore.  The manager of the company, when  recently in Greenwood, intimated his  intention to shortly ship ore to the  Standard company's pyritic smelter at  Boundary Ealls. The power plant ori  the- property consists of a 5.0-horse  power horizontal tubular boiler, a 10x24  -straight-line Rand air compressor, a  42x10 air .receiver, two Little Giant  drills, a 6x8 hoisting engine, a No. 5  Cameron sinking pump and a 3x2x3  boiler feed pump. .The mine buildings  include, good: offices, manager's house,  bunk and boarding houses, stables, etc.  FRANKLIN CAMP.  Up the East Fork of the Forth Fork  there is a very promising mineral country known as Franklin camp, which  for size of ore bodies,so far as shown by  the very limited amount of development1 work" dotfey* aiid "^pecimelf "aTMay  values, compares very favorably with  what was known of the older camps at  a similarly early stage. It is not to be  expected though that extensive mining  operations will be undertaken in this  outlying district before it is given  wagon road connection". A trail was  cut out last year to connect with the  wagon road from Grand Forks, but the  construction of the wagon road is an  urgent necessity for the getting in of  mine supplies and machinery, otherwise the mineral resources of Franklin camp must remain undeveloped.  Numerous mineral claims have been  located; and of these the best known  at the present time are the Banner,  McKinley, Glouster and Polard. No  doubt strong representations will be  made to the government so as, if possible, to secure this session an appropriation for construction of the much-  needed road.  A MINING REVIEW.  .  < ....  K^s- v.-       *"*   l    ' V"- ,   "*    *  ��-a**5S?bs.      *    ?*   f ***<"*��� "-3*  JiZ-      ~   '-   -tT-^  m^&'-~zL_tM L~=*x-\*  -g^-.--. _Jk   y  ��.tt&m,w.M,im��m,,i,,.'mm4��~*amm       IHMIHII-llii.l���n  #  The following brief review of mining  in British Columbia is taken from the  reportrof the retiring president of the  Vancouve Board of Trade to the annual meeting of members of that organization held last week. Its strik-  inadequacy to the importance of the  mining industry of the province���an  industry which, as wis prominently  shown in last week's issue of this  journal, contributed during the year  under review products valued at $16,-  332,061���is regrettable and it is to be  hoped that when the annual report of  the board shall be7publi-.hed the  meagre information given by its late  president will be supplemented by the  inain facts relating to' the mineral  production   of the  province  recently  made public by the minister of mines.  The statements made relative to the'  smelters in the Boundary district are  inaccurate iu several particulars.which  is less excusable from the fact that the  professed writer of the report personally visited the Boundary district not  very long ago. The mining review referred to it as follows:  " With the settlement of the labor  troubles in the Kootenays mining operations at once showed increased activity. .Many properties that had been  either wholly or partially shut down  resumed work and the output of ore  has been largely in excess of that of '  the previous year. In Southeast Kootenay it is interesting to note that we  have the second largest producer of  silver lead ore on the continent in the  St, Eugene, at Moyie, besides many  other promising properties. In the  Slocan district the output has been  largely in excess of 1899. In what may  bytermed.the dry ore belt in the neighborhood of Slocan Lake considerable  development work has been done during the year. In the Rossland district  we also find a great increase of production as compared with 1899, the figures  being 221,900 tons in 1900, as against  180,399 tons in 1899. The values are not  at this writing available, but will duly  appear in the annual report.  In the Boundary district, mining  operations have been very active, the  output of ore in 1900 reaching 101,000  tons  as against practically nothing in  1899. In June last the Granby smelter  at Grand Forks was blown in and it  has since been found necessary to  largely increase its capacity, while  quite recently two additional smelters  have been completed, one in Greenwood, the property of the British Co-,  lumbia Copper company, and the other  in Anaconda, the latter being intended,  to treat pyritic ores, anew departure in  this province.  "The large smelter at Trail has  greatly increased its capacity and now  handles ores from Slocan, Southeast  Kootenay, Boundary and Rossland.  The Le Roi ores are treated principally  ���at 7 their' Northport ��� '��� smelter. This  smelter, has also nearly doubled its  capacity. It handles exclusively B. C.  ores, chiefly those 7 produced by the  famous Le Roi mine;  "It is noteworthy that practically all  the'railways that have been constructed  in the province during the past six  years have been built to serve the mining districts. On the coast there has  not beeri_j.ery great activity in metalliferous mining but there are some  .well known properties of great promise  notably on Howe Sound, on Texada  Island, and at Mount Sicker, V. I.,  which are being steadily and persistently developed, and it is hoped that  the coming year will prove that there  are great.mines on the coast as well as  in the interior. In the. Atlin district a  large amount of placer mining was done**  upwards of one-half million dollars  worth of dust from this promising district having been purchased by the  Seattle assay office between Jan, 1st  and Oct. 24th, 1900.  "Coal  continues   to occupy  a high  place in the list of our natural products  the^output^having^increased from 1,- ~  294,100 tons in '99 to 1,520,500 tons in  1900. -*These  figures  are  exclusive^of  coke." ��� '     ������  - >i*iy  '*_*__  THE WINNIPEG.  -'r*  N. J. Tregear, superintendent of the  Winnipeg mine, was in town on Monday. Whilst not inclined to say much  at the present stage of development of  the mine, he admitted that things  are looking more encouraging now  than at any time during several months  last past. The winze from the 300-foot  level is now down about 70 feet and is  in ore that forquantify and assay value-  is very promising, but more than this  Mr. Tregear will not say just now, preferring to wait to see if further development and additional sampling will confirm present promise. Mr. Plcwman,  managing director, states that thc vein  in the winze has now widened out to 10  feet with eight feet of solid ore in the  bottom. At a depth of 31 feet there  was only two feet of solid ore. Furthermore the values of low-grade ore hav  steadily improved.  REDUCTION IN RATES  Commencing April 1, passenger rates  on the Pacific division of the C. P. R.,  will be reduced from .four cents per  mile to three and one-fifth cents, on  the main line, and from five cents to  four cents on branch .lines. Round  trio tickets at reduced: rates are now  obtainable as well within the division.  These reductions do not apply to the  Crow's Nest Pass line, .which is not in  the Pacific division. Reduced rates on  freight between Okanagan and Kootenay audBoundary pointshave already  gone into effect.  -   ^  -__-?>  L  __<__.  -���"iv March 21th, 190l.  THK GMBNWOOD WKBKL1 TIMES.  _.    J  i*-*T i-**-*���-*���  '���' *** * ��� -  mi-ii- *n-Tirf-irfi��*r��-  Nitrons oxide and  oxygen furnishes the  latest, safest and best  method for the painless extraction of teeth.  There are no bad after  effects.  Dr. R. Mathison  Both 'Phones.    Greenwood.  Cbe  Weekly ���ime$��  PUBLISHED BY  The Greenwood Times Printing and Publishing  Company, Limited.  Duncan Ross Editor.  THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1901.  GOOD RESULTS PROMISED.  The committee appointed by the  third annual convention of the Associated Boards of Trade of Eastern  British Columbia, which met in Green  wood ou- 1st and 2nd Gin st., to proceed to Victoria to place before the  government and the members of the  legislature generally a number of the  resolutions adopted by the convention,  appear to have been accorded a  courteous and generally favorable reception at the capital. From the published report of the secretary, H. W. C.  Jackson, upon his return to Rossland,  the following information is taken.  The Minister of Finance promised  that the government will give mature  consideration to the request that 20 per  cent of the royalty on ore mined with  in a municipality be applied in aid of  construction and maintenance of roads  to the mines within such municipality.  This request will either be complied  with or the roads to mines within the  city limits will be gazetted as government roads and be maintained by the  government.  With, regard to the amendment to the  Companies Act to enable joint stock  companies to be reorganized from a  non-assessable to an assessable basis  at reasonable expense, the Attorney-  General said he would look into the  matter thoroughly and if he found that  the recommendations of the Associated  Boards could be carried out without injustice to- the larger stockholders he  would have the Companies Act  amended as suggested.  Respecting representation of thepro-  vince at the Toronto exhibition the  Minister of Mines declared himself  strongly in favor of it, as he also was  of all reasonable schemes for thoroughly advertising the mineral resources of  the province, including the issuing of  frequent 'government bulletins by a  bureau in the department of mines.  As to hasty mining legislation the  Minister said that he was still in f avpr  of the appointment of a commission,  as promised last session, lhat no material changes wonld be made in the  laws affecting metalliferous mining  and that, in all probability, none would  be made except under the recommendation of the mining commission.  Concerning applications for water  rights by corporations under special  charter the Attorney-General and  others said.that they thoroughly agreed  with the position of the Associated  Boards that any bona fide applicant  had every facility required under the  Water Clauses Consolidation Act, so  that acts giving special rights/were undesirable and unnecessary.  The Minister of Lands and Works  promised that the mineral region occupying the Kettle River basin shall  he officially designated "Boundary district," as recommended, and shall be  so named on new provincial maps how  being prepared. In reply to the petition  of the Associated Boards re representation in the provincial legislature and  at least one member for the Boundary  district, the mihisters pledged themselves to bring down an equitable redistribution bill after the forthcoming  census, and intimated that there was  a possibility that a bill might be introduced during the present session to give  a separate representative to the Boundary. The Attorney-General promised  to look into the recommendations of  the boards iii respect to county boundaries, especially as they affect the  county courts, and on the question of  a Supreme Coiirt judge for the interior  ne expressed'himself as not in favor  of such a cotfrse, but strongly in favor  of more freqUent sittings of Supreme  Court judges in the interior, and -of  the appointment of more County Court  judges, possibly with increased powers.  Several resolutions relating to railway matters were submitted.   The first  of these-was one in favor of a general  railway act to do away with the necessity of special charters for individual  roads.   The executive said they could  not see the advisability of such an act  so long as   the Dominion insisted .on  the issuance of special charters.   Regarding the proposed railway from the  Crow's   Nest   Pass   to   Golden,   they  seemed inclined to encourage the construction   of such a line.   Mr. Dunsmuir   stated with regard  to both the  Coast-Kootenay railway and the resolution in favor of "free trade in railways," especially referring to the railway from   the Crow's Nest coal fields  to the international boundary, that the  government was not yet ready to de  clare its policy and would not be until  after the Dominion  government had  been   heard from.   Mr. Turner stated  that  the government  had under consideration   the question  of extending  the Shuswap and Okanagan [railway  from Vernon to Midway.   In the matter of freight rates on farm products,  in   connection   with    which   the   Associated Boards are making representations to   the C.  P. R. with a view to  securing such a readjustment of freight  rates as will enable the fanning   districts of the province to  compete with  the   United States   for the Kootenay  markets, the Minister of Agriculture  said   that   the provincial government  was already acting along similar lines.  Respecting the immediate selection  by   railway companies  of lands they  are   eutitled  to under their respective  subsidy   acts,  and the cancellation of  reserves,  the Minister of Lands said  that   the   British  Columbia Southern  aud Columbia & Western railways had  practically completed their selections  and   that   he   was  urging them to  at  Once make the necessary surveys.   As  soon as this was done, which he hoped  would   be   inside of another year1, he  would be in a position to cancel the reserves, how covering practically all of  East and West Kootenay.  Other representations were also made  to the government, but the foregoing  includes those in which the Boundary  district has a more or less direct interest.   If only half the benefits sought  be obtained, then will the existence  and efforts of the Associated Boards of  Trade of Eastern British Columbia be  abundantly justified arid rewarded.  on supplies and machinery. The statement shows supplies aud machinery  paid at Toronto up to March 1 of this  year and at Fernie up to the end of  last year as follows: PaidToronto firms,  $48,815.47; paid Montreal firms, $33,-  076.17; paid Ontario towns, $5,007.12;  paid Nova Scotia towns, $9,812.40; paid  New Brunswick..towns, $670.62; paid  Great Britain (including freight), $59,-  704.15; p_ud Winnipeg firms, $19,121.37;  paid British Columbia, Alberta, etc.,  $43,035.08; paid. United States, $97,-  740.77; pid Fernie firms and contractors,  $373,397.2*1; total, $690,550.36.  THE  BANK  OF  TO THE   DEAF.  A rich lady cured of her deafness  and noises in the head by Dr. Nichol-.  son'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 York, U.-S. A.  SOME INTERESTING FIGURES.  A Toronto Press dispatch states that  on March 11 the council of the Toronto  Board of Trade passed a resolution recommending the granting of a charter  for the construction of a railroad from  the Crow's Nest pass coal fields to the  international boundary. Some interesting figures- were submitted to the  board, showing what money the Crow's  Nest Coal company has been spending  FOR  We have paid special attention  to the construction of Pumping Machinery for duty in.  Mines; our unsurpassed facilities and imroved methods  have given our Pumps a Dominion wide reputation. They  are fully guaranteed. Our designs include all types of the  ordinary Piston Pattern Mining  Pump, Solid Cylinder single and  Duplex Patterns, outside packed  Duplex Plunger Patterns with  Pot valves; also Vertical Sinking Pumps, both piston and outside packed double Plunger patterns. Mine superintendents  and those interested in Machinery would consult their interests  by sending for catalogue and  quotations before installing their  plants. -_;  We are experts In the Manufacture of  Pumps for Special Duties, Pumps actuated by Compressed Air, Pumps for Bad  Mine Water, Station Pumps, etc., etc.  Et  LIMITED.  TORONTO,   CANADA,  Gunliff e & Ablett.    .  AGENTS /\T_ ROSSLAND.  . Geo, A. Walkem.  AGENTS AT, VANCOUVER.  WM.'.SMITH,  PO. Box 166,: agent at Greenwood. B. C.  S WAYNE HOUSE  Comfortable furnished rooms.  Private Board. Home Cooking. Board and room from  $7 a week and upwards.  9-  99* ��� *��g��>��<o����-n����-i��� ����������^aMM��������*<afro������-'��-<����-��* ���  ; R. P. Rithet & Co.  LIMITED.  WHOLESALE   GROCERS  WBNE AMD SPIRIT    I  ���    ���        ������ -��� - ��� **  MERCHANTS. \    A  VICTORIA, B.  C.      !  l*>+4t*+-a>>*>49a-9 4**9'*&9<*i>9M9^**>9*9*9M��9*9-49*9*k  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT & SHAW,  I Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Ponr.ic.  Cable Address :   " haixett."  Copes  j Bed  ( Let  Bedford M'Neill's  Morehijf & Ncal's  ~ e_ber's.  I. H. HA-XETT.  Greenwood,  b, c.  n. c. siiaw.  PRINGLE & WHITESIDE,  Barristers and Solicitors,  '���"��������� Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: Over Bank of Montreal, Greenwood.  MCLEOD A BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  .  NoTAiaEs Public, Etc.  Offices: Naden-Flood block. Copper street,  r Greenwood, B.C.  J. R. Brown. , *    J. P. McLeod.  FORBES M. KERBY.OE'  -Provincial Land Surveyor.  Offices:   Greenwood, B.C.  also J, A. UnswortU's Store, Midway, B. C.  P. W. GROVES,  ."'.'���'    Civil and Mining Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor,  greenwood, b. c.  Mineral Claims Reported upon.  ,     Underground Surveys.  CHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    andJ Provincial  1,and Surveyor.  GREENWOOD,   .-      _    Tr      _    B.   C.  BAUER A ASHCROFT,  Provincial Land Surveyors  __y.--__^-__--.^._._,:-^.^  Mineral Claims Surveyed aud Crown Granted  Land aud Engineering- Surveys  W. A. BAUER, C.E., P.L.S. A. E. ASHCROFT O.E iP.LS  VANCOUVER SREENWOOD  Wood   Block,   next door   to   Custom   office,  GREENWOOD, B. C.  -" Established in 1836.  Incorporated hy Royal Charter. ."  Paid-up Capital...*. $4,866,666  Reserve Fund ��1,581,666  London Office:  3 Clement's Laire, Lombard Street, E. C  ComiT OF DlH-CTOHS'l*  J. H. Brodie, John James Carter. Gaspard  Fairer, Richard H. Glyn, Heurv I. R. Farrer,  Ed. Anhur Hoare, II. J. B. Kendall, .T.J. Kings-  ford, Fred Lubbock, George I). Whatman.  ' Secretary, A. G. "Wall's.'.'  Pead office in Canada: St. James St., Montreal  H. Stikeman, general manager.  J. Elmsley, inspector.  ; a''._  BRANCHES in Canada:  London, Brantford, Hamilton, Toronto,  Kingston,Ottawa, Moutreal. Quebec, St. John,  N. B., Frederictou, N. Ji.. 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Boundary   Valley   Lodge  No..38, I.O.O.F.  /���__* EETS every Tuesday  _   V   Evening   at   8.00  in  heir lodge room at Masonic hall.   A cordial;  nv nation is extended to all sojourning breth-  ��rn . G. B. Taylor,. N G.  Free B,  Holmes, Rec. Sec,  <�� "Capital, all paid up $12,000,000.  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  ��_  s_  CF*  CF*  <F*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  $7,000,000.  President:.% Lokd Strathcona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. Geoi.gi_ A. Drummond.  General'Manager:   15. S   ClobstoN.  Branches in Loadon, Eng. i AUV^ISl. f Now'YorK. Chicago.  Buy and sell Sttrling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Traveller-;' Credits, available In any part^of the world.  Greenwood Branch,    F. J_ FINUCANE, Manager.  >=2  _=��>  *=��>   ���  ���"=2  *=2  *=_9  *���*��  mwmMMMmmmmMmmmmmMmM ���  AND  TRUST CO,; LIMITED LIABILITY.  REPRESeNTING :  PHOBNIX  FIRB  ASSURANCE CO.,  OF LONDON, ENGLAND.  WESTERN ASSURANCE CO., optoronto. *.  BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE CO...  "  OF TORONTO  IvIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE  ASSURANCE CO , OP LONDON, ENGLAND  BIRKBECK INVESTMENT & LOAN CO..'   -  OF TORONTO.  GEO. R NADEN,  Manager  CATiLE ADDRESS  MAORI.  CODE :  MOREING,_& iNEAL.  THOS. MILLER, Mgr.  TO LET:. Building suitable  for Stores or offices.     Lot on Copper Street,  business   centre.  FOR SALE:   Well Furii-iblied five roomed house, easy terms of payment.  GREENWOOD, : : ; B. C.  * _ ���  1  **_  Q  U L  Yx  COMPANY.  LIMITED;      R. GREIGERsfoGR.  ���*x~  x x Agents For Pafest Beer, xxx  Complete Line Bar Supplies.  .GREENWOOD  Canadian Pacific  ana ��oo Cine  '���������  FIRST-CLASS SLEEPERS.  on all "trains-."from  Revelstoke  and Kootenay -_.andu.g-.    :    :    :  TOURIST GARS...  Pass Dunsmore Junction for St.  Paul on Sundays, Tuesdays,  Thursdays and Fridays. Toronto  on Mondays and Wednesdays.  Montreal and Boston on Saturdays   Same cars pass Revelstoke one  day  earlier.   For Time Tables and full information call on or address nearest  local agent.   :    :    :   :  :   :   :  E. R. R1.DPATH. agent, Greenwood, B.C.  J. S. CARTER, E. J, COYLE.  D. P. A., Nelson, B.C.      A.G.P.A., Vancouver.  mcEntire  ItlcDonnell $ Co,  Harvey & Robins. Proprietors.. ;    ���'��� ���  Zln Beit Stock; Cr. e tkatcs. Rigs.  Copper Street, Greenwood) 7    ;   >.- ,:y.  ""* -, *��� ~    -     -'      ^  ��MH^---__----H-_-_--__f9--M-__--__---E-_M-tn_B��J-B-a''^--B��^  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS, MADE'BY  N BREWERY  .PORTMAN BROS. & CO,/  Proprietors.  ASK FOR  ���$  *>J��fW  Ilii  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pore Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on Draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  -UII &  T/IMITED.  VANCOUVER, B. C. 733 Pender St, Also HELSON. B. C.  We arc Manufacturers and direct Importers, and carry A large stock of Balances, Purna.es,  Fire Clay (foods, Scientific and Practical Hooks, Glassware, Platinum Goods, Acids, Chemicals  and all other Assayers' and Miners' requirements.   Sole agents for Morgan Crucible Company,  l.attersca and Standard Firebrick Co., Crucibles and Muffles.   Becker's Sons'Balances, Etc  Catalogue and full iianicalarr seiilon appltcatlon."__ ��� .-        -:-���.-��� - .. -  Braun's Gasoline Furnaces and Cupel Machines.  * #-��  Mines <-  and ��� eal Estate  Greenwood-and Myers Creek,  ^V;��-_^-<_^:���^STO>3�����/x^y���./-_^^  _re_;ss_3S3areres5yS$-iails**^  �����  Smoke a William Pitt eig^ry*1^ jolly'given  with .every cigar-at Jacobs'.    Ask 7f or it.  I-**  i  Cite r is t OJortlr t  When you can "get.. tliey,.best ycigars  the   couirtry 'at* JaCObSy ^    :   "   **��� ,;^  Don't s ie\* ��*s Oead - One  CLARENDON HOTEL BLOCK. - -  M  i *  i i :  m  n  -        -        Cooper Streefcy  _i K-sx-<c^^-^^i^tfAstf<Ktf-rrt^ tr  THB GREENWOOD .WEEKLY TIMES  ��� mn -"rrniiirfirTfi'i    -r i_.mi-" '*ii-  ��� ^^^^v?.**  March:51th,  '"-WW  .��  DEVELOPING B. C.  On 5th inst. :-the Manitoba .Free  Press, Winnipeg-, published _ a lengthy  editorial upon the subject, "Developing British Columbia:" After reviewing the position as regards the Crow's  Nest Pass coal fields,and approving  the action of the recent convention of  representatives of- the. -Associated  Boards of .Trade in deciding for "free  trade in' railways," the article continues: ���'���  "Besides the proposal tCconnect the  Great Nprthern railway with the Crow's  Nest there is also a proposal to author-_  ize a line to be constructed from a point  on- the Spokane Falls and Northern  railway into the Boundary countryy  passing in and out along -the international boundary at Casade, Carson,  Midway and other . points. The  strongest arguinent brought against  the granting of authority to construct  this railway, which; has in the past  been known as the Kettle River Valley  railway, is ,that it", would-carry .-the  trade of that part of*the province into  the United States. This is such an old  argunieut and has been so often illustrated by the case of Spokane City that  by this time the people are surely very  well able to appreciate the value of it.  They appear to have come to the conclusion that even at the risk of benefiting the town and country to the south  of the boundary they will advocate a  policy to benefit themselves and the  country aud towns to tne north of the  boundary. T.ie United States -welcomes railway construction and has always done so. Permission to build  is obtained'from local authorities without any . question. The Canadian  Pacific and Grand Trunk compete in  the United States with the Great  Northern, the Northern Pacific, and  their connecting lines to the east. The  Canadian Pacific have for a long time  sent their passengers and goods over a  line to the city of Seattle in the  west and in the east they proceed by  way of the state ofjMaine, while in the  center they use the state of Minnesota  and Dakota for the purposes of their  traffic and trade. The people of southern British Columbia do.not appear to  regard with any alarm the entrance of  Great Northern trains into Canadian  territory;  on  the  contrary the resolu-  " tion of the'Associated Boards of Trade  of the province clearly, shows that they  desire (he adoption of a policy of free  trade in railways, just as a few years  ago the- province of Manitoba desired  the adoption pf such a policyj fought  for it, -tnd" obtained it. The C.P.R op-;  posed the adoption of that policy with  regard to ^Manitoba andit is opposing  the adoption of that policy with regard  to British Columbia. '.���'"-       ���*  "Several -'applications ; have -been  made in past.years for-a right to construct the Kettle -River Valley road.  The Free Press has neyer been able to  see any objections to the granting of  that authority, nor are we able now to  see any objections. The argument  that railway, competition will be disastrous because if will give thc people  of the Boundary country the option of  shipping and receiving goods over two  lines of railway instead of one is only  made apparent by the contention that  the second line of railway will develop  trade with the United States. Well,  that is not so disastrous a thing, because the Canadian Pacific and Grand  Trunk have spent millions of.dollars  and have built hundreds of miles of  railway for the purpose of developing  trade with the United States, as many  millions of dollars have beenexpeuded  on international bridges to connect the  "two"countries byrailwayr At the present moment there is a project to make  a steamship connection between the'  Grand Trunk at Sarnia and the port of  Duiuth. The object of the Grand  T_ruai�� is to carry business from Du-  l__Y_i"a__d Superior cities to the New  England states. The Canadian Pacific  makes a strong bid to carry busine ss  from Seattle and other western points  to the eastern states  and the Atlantic  o'-seabo'ard.     What   the   railway   com-  i ���- .-- ������'      -  parties desire, is something to carry and  they .'are not 'particular whether they  get that iri one country or the other.  In the case of the Kettle River Valley  charter and the proposed connection  with the Crow's Nest Pass,one of these  railway companies doing business in  the United States as well as in Canada  endeavors to wrap around its corporate body the folds of the British flag  and declares that if there is any connection between British Columbia and  the United States the interests under  the flag will suffer.  "It probably.has never occurred to  opponents of the Kettle river charter  that it would draw to the smelters iu  the Boundary country the ores from  the Republic country in the state of  Washington-and from the mountains  around whitti the Kettle river runs into British Columbia. The projected  railway crosses the international boundary at least three times and must take  a dip down from Carson in the Boundary district to the head of Curlew creek,  _ which flows out of Curlew/ lake immediately north of the Republic mining district. There art other creeks  flowing into the Kettle river arid it is  "only natural to suppo|e,that a great  deal'of- therores in theiint'ral part of  __the state of Washington would find its  jyyray" to the BoUadary^district smelt  ers by means of this . new  railway, by  virtue of proximity and convenience.  "."It should be remembered that the  Boundary-district mining camps are all  new and the vast majority of the properties aie as yet undeveloped, though  known to contain great wealth. Experts who have seen the South African  and West Australian gold fields say,  that the British Columbia mineral  fields rank well with either of them  and, all circumstances considered, are  superior to both.--Much. of that  superiority consists in the fact that al-  the aids to successful mineral developl-  ment are io be found in southern British Columbia. . The climate is favor  able, there is enormous water power  there is timber, coal and lime, and all  that is heeded is transportation fatuities. A statement was made in the  railvray^committee of the House of  Commons a couple.of years ago by Sir  William Van Home in which he ventured to estimate that iri the next ten  years, if southern British Columbia  were properly, developed, it would give  rise to a trade worth at least one hundred million dollars. The proposal to  keep a dittrict like that from trading  with the United States, to deny it a  privilege accorded to every other province of the Dominion, may be a proposal in the interests of the C. P. _R.,  which has drawn an iron circle around  the Boundary country so that nothing  can get in or out without its permission, but it is certainly a proposal that  cannot be viewed by parliament as in  the interests of the country. Parliament has very properly, by means of  the Crow's Nest railway, connected  the Northwest Territories with the  Kootenay country first, and by its delay oyer the Kettle River Valley application has allowed the C. P. R. to  take possession of that country two  years in advance of any other line. It  is quite another thing to contend that  parliament ihould say to the people  out there, and to those who have investments in that country, no other  railway must ever enter, and you can  never trade north and south but only  east and west. That might be the view  ���of the hide-bound protectionist, but  even if a handsome trade between  southern British Columbia and the  United States is built up surely that  will be to the interests of British Columbia and all concerned. There is an  enormous trade between the province  of Ontario and the states of New York.  Pennsylvania and Ohi��. Nobody looks  upon that as a disaster."  *  After-quoting statistics illustrative  of British Columbia's export trade, the  article continues: "The figures we  have given are for the fiscal year 1899.  With proper transportation facilities,  with enterprise, with capital confident  of return, with boundless natural resources, British Columbia is destined  to produce and export not $14,000,000  but, as Sir William Van Home predicted,' $100,000,000 worth. What the  province chiefly needs to accomplish  this great destiny was set forth by that  "eminent and patriotic Canadian who  has just passed away, Dr. George M.  Dawson, the director^>f the Geological  Surrey of Canada, who, writing of the  ecoromic minerals of British Columbia,  after describing the resources of the  districts already well advertised, said  that valuable minerals were known to  occur in many other parts of the province, and added, ���but can be utilized  only where means of transportation  have been provided?  "That transportation is the key that  will unlock the resources of the province of British Columbia is fully recognized by the people and in a democratic country like ours the will of the  "people ~is~ ~ supreme." The 'resolution  bearing upon the Crow's Nest Pass-  Boundary railway question passed by  the Associated Boards of Trade of that  section of the province was carried by  a very large majority, after.full notice  and discussion. The policy is endorsed  'by some of the most representative  papers in the Kootenay and also by investors in eastern Conada who have  large investrnents in the province.  Parliament cannot close.its ears to the  demands of the people pf British Columbia, or ignore the conditions under  which they labor in developing that  province and finding a market for its  products."  ���*g*_i ��� tm,mm*.*��4**x*.*���*��***&*>.*..*,***&****���.  Has   taken   charge   of' the  . rooms in the  Where she will be prepared to  look after all her old customers and as many new ones as  she can entertain. The rooms  are well furnished and comfortable; rates reasonable. If  you need ���  Call   and   see   her   before   taking  elsswhere.  H^BW<MW w. *-a  99*********9*9***********9  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  9  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  9  9  *  *  *  Large shipment of men's, ladies and  and children's footwear just in. Rendell & Co.  Young man, reliable, German, wants  position in hotel or private place as  yardman or any thing else. Addreas  B. B., this paper.  In addition to groceries, candy,  spuds, etc., we have five good unfurnished rooms to rent cheap. South  End Grocery Store.  Gem Restaurant, Copper street, open  day and night; best service in the city.  Werner & Pittock Props.  E. JACOBS  I.fiiEHC.  GREENWOOD.  Wsyyy  You will save money by buying your groceries from us.  We have cut down prices, to  bed-rock and are prepared to  meet all competition. Our  goods are strictly the best.  We have secured the services  of a first-class union baker  and we���  ��� ������  the  etc..  best  etc.  bread,  pics, cakes,  Goods Delivered to  all Parts of City  IM. E. FRAZEE!  GROCERY AND  BAKERY.   :    :  Corner Greenwood and Dead-  wood Streets.  ft  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  *  9  99***********************9  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.  Notice is hereby given that the partnership  heretofore existing- between Hop Yuen and  Kong Op, trading- in the firm name of Hop  Chong-, of the City of Greenwood, merchants,  has been dissolved by mutual consent. All  moneys due to;the late firm must he paid to thc  said Kong- Op who will discharge all lawful  debts due by the said firm.  (Signed) HOP YUEN,  ��3 K=.v KONG OP.  Witness, I. H. HALLETT.  , Greenwood, B. C, Marcii 14th, 101.  ^  "'BILLS OF SALE ACT."  Notice is hereby g-iven that in addition to the  provision made for the registration of Bills of  Sale in thc County of Yale, as Gazettod ou the  Will of April, 1900, namely:���  For the Grand Forks Mining- Division:  At the office of the  Registrar   of the County  Court at Grand Forks.  For the Kettle River Mining Division:-  At the office of the Registrar of the County  Court at Greenwood.  His Honor, the Lieutenant-Governor in Council, tinder the provisions of section 9 of the  "Bills of Sale Act," as enacted by section 2 of  the "Bills of Sale Act Amendment Act, 1899,"  has been pleased to provide for the registration  of Bills of Sale���  For IheYernon and Osoyoos Mining Divisions:  At the office of the Registrar of the County  Court at Vernon, on and after the 1st day of  April, 1901.  For the remainder of the County of Yale:  At the office of the Registrar of the County-  Court at Kamloops, on and after the 1st day of  April, 1901. ,  J. D. PRENTICE,  Provincial Secretary.  Provincial Secretary's Office, 12th March, 1901.  +  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  JENCKES MACHINE C0.  44444444444444444444444444444444444444X  ������  4  4  4  4  4  4  9****9******9* ^  | in stock | foisting Plants, Stamp Mills, Concentrators,  �� % Buckets, Cars, Rope, Sinking and Station Pumps,   Chain Blocks,  | Warehouse, % ' Boilers, Receivers, Etc,  9 9  99******9***** ��� ������ ��� ��� ��� ��� ������  4"  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  44444444444444444444444444444  ILL C  Compressors and Rand Rock Drills, in which the highest degree of Perfection has  been attained,  R. P. WILLIAMS,  -9  GREENWOOD.   B.C.  F. R. MENDENHALL,  ROSSLAND.   B.C.  a*-"-*--'*  __.** ___'"' '   _' ______;; '*���*   i -- -u-.gr  fff  fO I  1A9     KJ\/9*} j��3  9*-  -MONTREAL, OUEBEC,-  MANUFACTURERS OF  -**  1 Ttigersol!*  ROCK DRILLS; STRAIGHT LINE  DUPLEX aiid CORLISS AIR COM  PRESSORS . ...  B * BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc, ^"^^ffi^gg."^"18  ~Z.     Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills. -    ��� ' stock;; carried in rqss*_,and.  E~    R. Jl. C. mcnally, Rossland, B.e.  15. \X* Kirkpatrick, <8reenwood, B. 0,   ~_s  ^.......mua..mi..uu.auuu.u.u.u.uauim  MORTGAGE  SALE.  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.  14th March, 1901.  His llonor thc Lieutenant-Governor in Council has been pleased to appoint the under-mentioned Provincial Constables to be Deputy Im  migration Ollicers for the Districts written opposite their respective names, namely:  James Kirby, of Port Essiu-fton, for Cassiar  District.  H. l'\ M. Jones, of Shoal Bay, Thurlow  Island, for New Westminster District.  A, "W. Lane, of Mission City, for New "Westminster District.  I. A. Dinsmore, of Grand Forks, fer Yale  District.        .    ,  Geo. Cunning-ham, of Greenwood, for Yale  District.  A. McLeod, of Fernie, for Kootenay District.  Examination for Assayers for Licence  to Practice in British Columbia.  ^^g7;77.7*ii  ,"Ste?K_t!__si:,  mms  In accordance with section 12 of the "Bureau  of Mines Act," examinations for efficiency iu  the practice of assaying will be held ;at Nelson, B.'C, on the 15th April, 1901, and following-  days.  Entrance for the examination must be made  in writing to the secretary of the Board of Examiners at least ten days before the date set for  beginning of examination, aud must be accompanied by the prescribed fee ($10.)  Any additional information desired may be  obtained from H. Carmichael, secretary, Board  of Examiners. Victoria.  RICHARD McBRIDE,  Minister of Mines.  " Department of Mines, Victoria, B. C, 12th  March, 1901.  :_v  Under and by virtue of the powers contained  in a certain mortgage which will-be produced  at the time of sale, there will be offered for sale  by public auction at the postoffice in the Town  bf Anaconda, in the District of Yale iu British  Columbian at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon on Thursday, the 28th day of February.  A. D. 1891, the following property: ;  AU and singular that certain tract of land  and premises situate, tying and being in the  City of Greenwood in British Columbia, and  being composed'of Lot 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 Lot 711, iu Group One on the Official  Mapor Plan of the Osoyoos Division of Yale  District. ���  ��� On the property are a house and wood-shed.  Dated this 24th day of Jauiiary, A. D. 1901.  HALLETT &SHAW,-  18-22 Vendor's Solicitors  CUNLIFF & McMILLAN.  i FOUNDERS,  MACHINISTS,  AND BOILER.MAKERS.  , Specialty in manufacture of Ore Cars and General Mining Machinery.  List of Second Hand Machinery on hand, whicli has been thoroughly. overhauled and  is as good as new:  One 60 h. p. Return Tubular Boiler 5x12  1-2 heads, 82���3 tubes; tested to 1801bs.  cold water pressure. 62 ln. heavy 30 In.  smoke stack, complete with all fittings.  \Ve  One 12x18 Ingersoll-Sergeant Air Compressor,- listed at 3 drills.  One Yertical Air Receiver, 8x3, 5-16 shell  3 - 8 heads, with all fittings. *  Watch this advertisement for other.lists,.or write ns, for full list before buying  ���;.."' may have just what*you want. '  Third Avenue;  Agents for Northey Pumpsl���Stock Carried.  /Rossland.;  P. 0. Box 198.  Vernon &-Nelsoii-TcIephoiie CoiapanyrLtd  Pole Tender.  Tenders will be received by the undersigned  up to Monday, March 11,1901: -..7  For supplying aud delivering- telephone poles  along-the wagon roads at stake about 50 yards  apart, between, Greenwood and Camp McKiu  ney, and between Rock Creek.and , the International Boundary line, near Bolster, Wash.:  Poles to be delivered by May 1st, 1901:  All poles to be of good, sound and well-shaped  cedar or tamarac wood, 25 feet in length and  not less than seven inches iu diameter at the  small end when dressed:  All bark and knots to be neatly trimmed off  to four feet from the butt:  ^Tenders must state the price of cedar and  tamarac and about thc. number of each to be  supplied.  H. W. KENT, G. C. HODGE,  General Supt. District Supt.  Vancouver, B. C. *"     Nelsou, B. C.  thousand dollars, and three per cent on  the remainder. :   .     ;  Class D���On all others in excess of forty thou*  sand dollars, three per cent up to forty  thousand   dollars, and three and one-  half per cent on the remainder.  If paid on or after tiie 1st  of July, 1901.���  Four-fiftlis bf one per cent nil  real property.'  Three  pej cent on the assessed.value of wild  land.   Three-fourths  of one per cent on personal property.   On so much of the income of  any person as. exceeds one thousand dollars in  accordance with the following classification;  upon such excess the rates shall be,naniely.:  Class A���On one thousand dollars and not exceeding ten thousand dollars, one and  half per cent up. to five thousand dollars, and two and one-half per cent ou  the remainder.- ' '  Class B���On ten thousand dollars and not er-  "ceeding "twenty "thpusand *dbilars^" two'  per cent up to ten thousand dollars, and  three percent on the'remainder.  Class C���On twenty  thousaud dollars and not  exceeding forty thousand dollars,thre  per cent up to twenty thousand dollars,  aud three and one-half percent ou the  remaiuder.  Class  D���On   all  others   in   excess   of  forty  thousand dollars, three  and  one-half  per cent up to forty, thousand dollars,  aud four per cent on the remainder.  Provincial revenue tax $3.00 per capita. - Two.  per cent on the assessed value of ore or mineral  bearing substances, payable quarterly, on the  last day of the mouths of March, June, September and December in each year.  Fairview, B.C., February 11,1901.  C. A. R. LAMBLY,  21-25 .    Assessor and Collector.  NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.  Assessment Act and Provincial Revenue Tax Act.  Notice is hereby given, in accordance with  the statutes, that provincial revenue tax, and  all taxes levied under the Assessment Act, are  now due for the year 1901. All of the above  named taxes, collectable within the South  Division of East Yale, and part of Rossland  riding, are payable at my office, Fairview.  Assessed taxes are collectable at the following rates, viv.:  If paid on or before the 30th of June, 1901���  Three-fifths of one per cent on real property.  Two a.nd one-half per cent on assessed value of  wild laud. One-half of one per cent ou personal  property. On so much of the income of any person as exceeds one thousaud dollars iu accordance with  the following classifications, upon  such excess the rate shall be, namely:  Class A���On  one  thousaud dollars and not exceeding teu thousand dollars, one per  cent   up to five thousand dollars, and  two per cent on the remainder.  Class B���On ten thousand dollars and not exceeding twenty thousand dollars.one and  one-half per cent, up to ten thousand  dollars, and  two and anchalf per cent  on the remainder.  Class C���On twenty thousand, dollars and not  exceeding forty  thousand dollars, two  and one-half per cent up to twenty  MINERAL ACT. 1899. ,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ,'PINHOOK",   "WORLDS    FAIR    FRACT-  ION"and'!MISSING LINK NO. 2 FRACTION" mineral claims, situate in the Kettle  River Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located :    In Greenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Uaac II. Hallett as  agent for George R. Naden, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 14357a, and James S. C. Fraser,  Free   Miner's   Certificate   no.    1.29234,   intend,  sixty days from date hereof, to  apply to the  Mining Recorder for   Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining * Crown-  Grants of the aboveclaims. .  And farther take notice that action., under  section 37, must.be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvement*.  Dated this 25th day of February, A. D. 1901.  3ru-b                                 I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAVACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvement-  '���"   ���" NOTICE.'  HONALULU mineral claim, situate in the  'Kettle River Mining-Division of Yale District.; Where located ; InCoppercamp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. JE. Shaw as  : agent for James R. McMackson, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B1356 and William H.  MCMackson, Free Miners Certificate No. E13593  intend; sixty days from date hereof, to apply to  the Mining, Recorder for a Certificate of Im  provements 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 i".  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated the 20th day of November, 18W.  , 192 C. S��,. SHAW.  ;     MINERAL ACT. 18'?"6.'.'-;  Certificate of Improvement.  ; . ,'��� NOTICE.  ��� i ....���,.  EMERALD Mineral claim, situate In the  Kettle.River.-Mining Division of Yale District. Where located:   In Deadwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. John-"'  'son, Free Miner's Certificate 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.  SIDNEY M. JOHNSON.  '  MINERAL   ACT.  1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  DANDY Minerl Claim, situate In the Kettle  River Mining Division of Osoyoos District.  Where located* In Greenwood camp, south  of the Tamarack Mineral Claim.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Svdney M. John-  sou, Free Miner's C ertificate No. B8120  and H. L. Morgan, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B29614, intend, sixty days from the date hereof  to applv to the miniug recorder* for a' certificate of i mprovements 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  suauce of such certifictte of improvements.  Pated this 16th day of March, A. D-, 1901.  Ay-  MINERAL ACT. 18%.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICU.  LAURA mineral claim, situated in the Kettle  River. mining division of Yale district.  Where located :   In Long Lake camp.  TAKE NOTICE thatl, C. jr. Shaw acting  as agont for Marry McArthur, r_cc.  Miner's Certificate 7734B, G. R. Naden, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 14357A, aiid the P. A  Largery estate, Free Miner's certificate No.  27629B, 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 12 day of April, 1903.  3m-7. C. je. SHAW.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  .   i NOTICE.  LAKE VIEW mineral claim, situated ia the  KettleRivei Mining Division.of Yale Dis-.  trict.     Where  located :      In. Long  Lake  Camp,   :   .. .   .  TAKE NOTICE that we, Robert Wood.Free  Miner's Certificate No. B29759, and C. L.  Thomet, Free Miners Certificate No. B29059, intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to to Mining Recorder for a Certificate of fm-  prouements, 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 4th day of March, A.. D.,190I,  3m-6.  ��� c/  * ,<  *  y:-y7@|  '.:y^^'y-yj-yj- $��&���!&  7-^v.n '*;:^��Sg  '^y^MSSk -faaS'_SC!sa3sr_--JteSSsMlS  ISi^^^^asjkc2-_i3_.  1^-.j-3__.��^^3iB��iaiSB��5i^^  Match 2i, 1901.  &EENWOOD WEE  LY TIMES  ���THE ONLY  SCIENTIFIC  OPTICIANS  ���IN THE���  ��� ai  0  Druggists .**<  jewelers and  ^C Opticians  GREENWOOD, B. G.  4*'W/W/W/W -*\+sS\A/*\*f**\Ar^fS>t\,  local Items  Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Deacon came  over from Rossland on Saturday's  train, returning- on'Tuesday.  Fourteen pounds of granulated sugar  for $1.00 at A. A. Crowston's.  G. Arthur Rendell returned to Eholt  last Monday after having-been away  on a visit to the coast cities.  Wanted���-Good finishers and apprentices for dressmaking department.  Apply Miss-_.ibbald at G.E*. Williams'.  Ronald Harris, M. E., has gone to  Mossamades,-Angola, West Africa, on  mining business. 7  See those new sailors at MacKenzie-  Hambly Co..next to the Bank of B.N.A.  Mrs. Jakes is up.from Midway on a  short visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  W. G. McMynn. >  A $650 piano in perfect condition to  be had at half price at Rendell & Co.  The next sitting at Greenwood of  the County Court of Yale has been set  for Thursday, May*30.     *  The best meal in the city for the  least money at the Horseshoe Cafe.  .Judge Bole went out on- Tuesday  afternoon's train en route to New Westminister.  A. A. Crowston gives a neat nail  brush with every pound of Hondi tea  you buy.  The annual meeting of members of  the Greenwood Board of Trade will be  held on April 3.  Just arrived a case of New York pattern hats.    MacKenzie-Hambly Co.  _.,-,._ An.adyertisemen t.i_Lanother_colum_i���  announces that the Pacific cafe is now  under new management.  D.on't forget to attend the millinery  opening this Friday and Saturday.  MacKenzie-Hambly Co.. .*.'  I. H. Hallett and G. R. Naden went  up to Canyon City, upper main Kettle  river, last Friday, returning on Monday.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, over Bank of  Commerce.   Both 'phones.  Finnigan's Alley was played by the  Greenwood Dramatic company on Monday night in the Auditorium. The attendance was'fairly numerous and the  local performers were aa entertaining  aud amusing as usual.  We have for sale at the South End  Grocery a number of Peerless Egg  Cookers, also good spuds and general  supplies for prospectors.  R. R. Cunningham and C. W. Vedder have entered into partnership and  will jointly carry on a; real estate, fire  and life insurance and general agency  business in Greenwood.  All kinds of Taxidermist work done  by T. B. Winnett, Silver street.       tf  Manager Henry Johns, of the Sunset  and Crown' Silver group, who has  been more . or less under the weather  for two or three weeks, a victim of la  grippe has recovered from that malady.  Easter hats' and bonnets to suit  everybody7 MacKenzie-Hambly Cp.'s  new stand, next to the Bank of B.N.A.  Passengers from Boundary points to  Nelson are just now required to produce a doctor's certificate to the effect  that theyhive not been in danger of  infection from small pox, otherwise  they will :not be permited to"leave the  train at Nelson.  Illustrated postal cards, views of  both smelters. ; Do not miss seeing  them,   Sipitb & McRae. "-  For the best cup of coffee in the city  go io the Horseshoe Cafe, Copper street.  The Vernon & Nelson Telephone Co.  last week strung a -wire between  Greenwood and the Standard Pyritic  Smelting Co.'s works near Boundary  Falls... Similar connection is shortly  to be made between the city and the  Greyhound and Marguerite miuea, iu  Deadwood camp.  For Rent���Corner store with three  rooms, papered, rent about $20. Apply The Times office. tf  J. W. Stout, trading as the Summit  Lumber and Timber company, whose  saw mill is at Summit camp, is opening an agency in Greenwood with Sidney Oliver in charge. The new lumber yard will be situate near the Greenwood Electric company's works, alongside the railway. ,  For instructions on piano, violin,  mandolin, etc , see Prof. Kauffmann,  Greenwood Music Store.  Mr. Robert jaffray, of Toronto, vice-  president of the Crow'sNest Pass Coal  company, is expected to re-visit Greenwood shortly, probably next week. He  will come in from the coast, via Camp  McKiuney, where he will <epend a day  or two at the Cariboo-McKinney gold  mine in which he has a considerable  interest.  For Rent���Unfurnished rooms, very  cheap.    See Smith & McRae.  J. H. Methot, for about five years  with the C.P.R. atNakusp, has arrived  from Montreal on Tuesday to succeed  W. S. Keith in the Greenwood customs  office.  The best pastry in the city is at the  Horseshoe Cafe.  A. Fisher is down frirn Rendell.  He states that his firm's sawmill, which  is the pioneer mill on the West Fork,  lias now been running abcut three  weeks, during which time it has cu1  about 100,000 feet of lumber.  For Rent���Comfortably furnished  three-roomed cottage. Apply Times  office.  A column of mining and smelting  news of the Boundary district, contributed by E. Jacobs, appears in the  March number of Mines and Minerals,  a standard mining journal-having  more than 8,000 subscribers, and published at Scranton, Pennsylvania.  Nitrous oxide and oxygen for pain  less extraction of teeth.at Dr. Mathi-  son's.  J. Coulter in the chair. The following  were elected officers and committee for  the ensuing year: President, F. J.  Finucane, vice-presidents, W. G. H.  Belt, H. A. King, P. P. Sharpe and J.  W. H. Smythe, secretary-treasurer, E.  H. Mortimer; committee, C. W. Chesterton, R. ff Coulter, G. F. Craig, J. H.  C. Custance'and E. B. Dill. It was decided to co m n. u nie ate with Phoenix  and Grand Forks with the object of  forming a football league or association in the Boundary toarrange fordis-  trict matches, the winners of most of  which to represent the district in a  match with the winning team, under  similar conditions, of the Kootena3rs,  so as to decide the championship for  Kootenay and the Boundary.  Wanted���A partner in a good paying  mercantile business. Apply Victoria  House, Phoenix, B. C.  FIRE NOTICE.  The members of the Greenwood fire  department wish the citizens to take  special   notice   that   fire    alarms   (at  night) can be sent in from the following places: ���      ���   '  Hotel Armstrong���Vernon & Nelson  Hotel Clarendon���Columbia.  Hotel Ladysmith���Vernon & Nelson  Residence of F. J. Mitchell; Kimberley-avenue.  The department also wishes any person who may send in an alarm to stay  at the 'phone until answered and on all  occasions to distinctly state where the  fire. is. F. J. MacKenzie,-  " Chief.  BRANDON & GOLDEN CROWN.  VISIT OF  A GRAND CHANCELLOR.  A.N.Pelly has returned to Greenwood  after having spent the winter in  England. On Tuesday,12th inst, he left  for Lillooet en route to the Bridge  river district where, on Cadwallader  creek, he and Mr. Leslie ..Hill and  others have a gold-quartz mining property, with W. Barker, formerly of the  Jewel, as foreman in charge.  Large collection of sheet music at 5,  10 and 15 cents.' Greenwood Music  Store.    " *" ���-..-;  A. A. Crowston receives daily from  his ranch customers fresh laid eggs at  40c a dozen.   Case eggs 25c dozen.  Messrs. H. M. Keefer, C. W. Vedder, W. G. H. Belt and R. Liden lately  drove . to Rock creek to visit the  scene of the recently formed placer"  company's intended operations. ".They  found that the construction of the dam  was in hand and that all the timber  needed for it was on the ground. It is  expected that work by the "booming"  system will be in progress before the  end o.f the current month.  Coffee and doughnuts only 15 cents at  the Horseshoe Cafe. '���.-������  E. T. Agate of Rochester, N. Y.,  and C. E. Iugersoll, of St. Catherines,  Ontario, are at the Imperial. Both  have joined the staff of L. M. Rice, C,  E., as draughtsmen in conection with  the Greenwood-Phoenix tramway survey.  For fine sleighs or cutters call at  Winnett's carriage works, Silver street.  W. W. Beaton, of Kaslo, was in the  cityJast.Friday^in^co.nnection_with_the  proposal of the Kaslo Board of Trade  to send delegates to Ottawa in the  interests of the mining districts of the  province. The local Board of Trade is  willing to send delegates conditionally  that the expense difficulty be satisfactorily got over.  "A dollar saved is a dollar made."  You save money by buying provisions  at Crowston's.  The annual meeting of "the Greenwood football club was held on Wednesday night in the Mas onic hall with R.  From Rossland, where the head office  of the company is situate, it is learned  that a plan has been perfected whereby the treasury of the Brandon and  Golden Crown Mining company will  be restored, and will enable operations  to be resumed shortly, on an extensive  scale. Owing to the slump in the mining shares iu eastern Canada, the  directors were unable to dispose of any  more treasury ������ stock, and in con-  seqence operations were suspended last  November. Prior to that date, considerable ore shipments to the; Trail  smelter had been made. The freight  and treatment tate was such..that the  directors did not feel justified in paying it any longer, especially as the  smelter company declined to reduce  the figure, unless a contract for a  specific tonnage was entered" into, or  unless the entire ��� output of the mine  was sent to Trail, for one year at a  fixed rate. ' The re-organization just  effected, has taken a different-form  from that usually adopted. Instead of  the company being.re-constructed', and  made assessable, as is the practice, the  original subscribers have entered into  a written agreement,in-virtue of which  they have agreed to contribute or surrender to the treasury, 40 per cent of  their original holdings'; and, as the subscribers' stock has been in a pool  since 1897. this. arrangement was thus  more easily accomplished, as the promoters'; stock was not scattered. By  the plan adopted by the promoters, two  important things have been accomplished. First, the saving.of the cost  of reconstruction; and," secondty, the  saving to the purchaser of treasury  shares of an extra assessment. The'  original subscriber's have thus shown  evidence of their good faith, as well as  their high opinion of the futuie of the  property. With the treasury on hand,  the 40 per cent contributed by the  original subscribers, will bring the  shares in the treasury to 450,000.  Negotiations for the sale'.of a large  block of the'-treasury shares are now in  progress, and the proceeds will not only  be sufficient'to payoff the floating debt  but* will provide sufficient funds for  working-capital, so that when preship-  ments are resumed, it will be on a permanent basis.  Last Monday night J. R. Brown, of  Kamloops,Grand Chancellor iu B. C. of  the Knights of,Pythias, paid an official  visit to Greenwood lodge No. 29, K. of  P. He was accompanied by J.Graves,  another enthusiastic Knight of this  popular older. Chancellor Commander  D. .A. MacKenzie,- who. presides over  the local lodge, cordially welcomed the  visitors. The Grand Chancellor suitably addressed the lodge, his remaks  being well received. After lodge business had been disposed of a banquet  was served and two or three hours were  very pleasantly spent, speeches, songs,  and instrumental music combining to  make the time one of social enjoyment.  DIED IN THE HOSPITAL.  R. J. Day, a blacksmith lately from  Cranbrook, East Kootenay, and who  worked at* his trade for a few days at  the Deadwood saw mill, died last week  in the Greenwood hospital. Before  going to Deadwood he complained that  he felt unwell and shortly afterwards  was taken to the hospital whereafter  .tw.0--_w_e,eks.���illness_jyit^  died. His relatives at Sebright, Out.,  were informed of his death and on  Monday last his body was interred at  Greenwood, a number of friends of the  family from Phoenix and this city attending the funeral, at which Rev. J.  R. Davies, Baptist minister, performing the burial rites. Deceased appeared, from bank pass books, etc.,  found with his personal effects, to have  been a man of thrifty habits. .-  For a good meal try the Gem Restaurant.   Werner & Pittock. Props-  4 44444444444444444444%4443/i  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  444  We have just received a full as  sortment of Greenwood Souve--  nir Spoons with theB, C, Copy  per Company's Smelter on the  bowls, Come and get a souve/  nir of the event before they  are all taken.  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  444444444444444444444444 <&  $protf$macpber$oii  matchmakers.  Copper Street lUaHaccmuicr Blcek  ��$=>  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  -Find  ���   ��� ���  Papering and Kalsomining  Wall Papers, Paints, Oils,  Varnishes, &c��� &c��� &c���  Plate, Sheet and Ornamental Window Glass X  Sash and Doors, Room and  Picture Mouldings. X  Pictures framed to order.  Use Mellor's Pure  V-& N.  Times Bldg.  'Phone 76.  .-"   -     Copper St.  /. P.   ARMSTRONG,  PJrtOPRIETOH  ' 9 .:.���:' '���      ��� -.   9  IX��.IMTCMLLX%  9    .   -'���   ��� 9  ^^_^__________^==.^  ihiir'-II'lWkir-     I  -, 9 ������  9 .   T  **J I  Sum I  9 - ll Ulll 9  '.��. 9  9 '       ' 9  *    in *  9  9  9  I.  111"  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  ["  efl.  Shop worn goods  for your Fall Suit  when you can secure  New Goods of the  most fashionable  pattern which have  just arrived.  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  The Biggest and best %  * assortment of Fall Suit/ *  9 f    .     9  ings ever brought into  X  the Boundary.  >*V"  +*-tm>  IT  9  9  9  *  9  9  9  9  *  9 .  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  *********$9****9****$*99  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  THE TAILOR  Copper St.  Is The Best Hotel in The City. \   _-___ : _____ : .        �� -  Every Modern Convenience   tv- v  irabam # Parry,  Proprietors.  CoK Copper and Deadwood Streets, ��� ��� *��> "* Greenwood, B. C  % '-<M  x- ^ -,  _v  I  4  ������  THE   BEST   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..  MRS. 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