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 ���~v_  ���r<  - .��  Ift  ';-.:!  Published Weekly in the Interests of the Boundary Creek Mining District.  GREENWOOD. B. C. THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1901.  no. $ if y  jmumty.  lepart-  en Who will build marcus-  I  Ll"-.'? 1  REPUBLIC road  ion.  1 _. ������  _^tnotU'h'  fot hosf/Xto  Fsur-c^eded   iii  .Mr Johnson's  -���assubduedby  volunteers.   It  l^appeared, from  rpaiI', of the  fur-  fhtjfire b#?��_s  there  Forl_^*to .burn,   the ���fi'e  Anguished by 'i^bn'-ket  5e little blaze did not tntei -  'the xralclt at .he-Vsmelfe.,   tlie  __ititK,uih^ to, shovei(ore" into  the  Fnace'as if nothtug unusual was hap  56-jirigi ���.,   ,   . .       y  fj ^Vtiesday night the \Ahi-_tl"* of the en*c-  HricJigh't station and a bla. e in that  llocality-'biought a laij-e number ol  |��itizcus in that d let-tion tli in kin ir thc  Ij5o7.er house itself vi 's abla.e ll was  [fouiid to be onl. a small log shack neat  [the power houso The shack was it.  jhabited bv some Ubo lug men Thc  |-fiieinengot a stream to tho biiimna  Ib tilding and soon extinguished the  illa_n.es.  The lire departineut grat*iullv ac-  Ikno^lcdyes the iece.ipt of a cheque ol  I-.2S fiom the smeltet compan> lot ttun-  Jnig out to the fi-e Thiougl. no fiult  [of theus the boja were unable to lender  (assistance bat such mark., of apptecia-  Ition will encoiuage them to still moie  Icloieh guaid the mteiests of piopeitj  Iholders  Tne department have also  airanged  [for an all night   telepnoue  connection  IvMth   the   elect-Mc   light   stttion   atrd  ilarnis can be tinned in fiom theie  P. WELSH AND J. STEWART  *.  A  Get-Tiieir Share���Other Well Known  "'.Contractors Have Secured Portions of the Work  fo-,-*;-: ; -; ���: :-���: i9-' ���:--!' :��� :-��:������.-. ���;��>-  RlEW  ft! A I  <. -  OF THE  SI-fl-LAKAWEEN.  BY  This map $hows creeks, rivers, :,,  mountains1 aud all other physical ^9  features of the country North of *  the Boundary  and  between   the  I-L  "     '���    ��� r,.  Fraser River and the Okanagan.   *:*  Jf,r  1*  A good  lithographed map,  in  colors   at   the    remarkably   low  price of  ��  ill  CIS,  For Sale, by  I  i mm  Hi  I  i   li  gether on a station. They really will  be subcontractors under us."���Spokesman Review.  DEATH OF ALD. MILLER.  ' Spokane men will build most of the  Gi eat Northern branch to Republic.  Subcontracts covering the entire  hue, except one five mile piece, were  let yesterday by Siems & Shields, who:  have the general contract for .constructing the line ready for rolling stock.  These subcontracts are all for preparing- the roadbed. .' The bridging,  particularly the work of constructing the big ^teet bridge across the  Columbia, and the, laying of the ties  tnd rails, are yet to be contracted.  Beginning at 'Marcus, Wash., subcontracts on the roadbed have been  aw .ird'ed as follows :  First six miles to Parker &, Mulligan  of St. Paul. ���  Five miles to John Grant of Faribault, Minn.   -.' ,  Next five miles yet to be definitely  awarded. ���-;..''  Ten miles, or to the International  boundary, Patrick Welch of Spokane.  Fifteen miles, covering the portion  of the branch.- in British Columbia,  Jack Stewart of '"Grand Forks, B. C,  ind Spokane^  THirty-five miles, from the boundary  to Republic, "**J. A. Caughran of St.  Paul and William Winters of Spokane,  contracting  as. Caughran,   Winters &  Co 7.        '7 ;'V:7   ' 7  ���''-���"���'������'���  ; -��� "������'���''  The announcement concerning the  subcontracts was made yesterday by  Mi. Shields, who added :  "The contractors wili start shipping  in outiits at once and the work will be  pushed as rapidly as possible from the  start. /'���'���'������  ���'We want to get trains to Republic  bj winter, and no time can be lost. I  expect 3000 men will be employed on  the construction within a .short time.  "Thesf subcontracts are only for  loadbc-d^-There-wilHbe^much^bridge-  woik, wooden structures, which we will  ta.ee up later. -.  ������Our contract calls for the completion of the road ready for trains, so we  will have to lay the ties and rails. We  have done nothing yet about this part  of the work.  "Cine big steel bridge is to go iu  across the Columbia. I think it will be  about 1500 feet long, though I am-not  positive concerning, the measurement.  This we hope to have completed and in  use before the spring high water.  "I expect to remain in Spokane  several days to complete the details in  connection with the subcontracts."  Peter Siems, head of the firm, wlio  has been sick, is recovering. He said  yesterday .that  the entire  matter had  Occurred, at Los Angeles Sunday Morning  Last.  A telegraph communication from J.  Ray Miller to his brother Will in this  city conveyed the sad news of the death  of their father Thomas Miller whi.h  occurred ot Los' Angeles on Tuesday  morning. Mr- Miller shortly after his  election as alderman in the North  Ward in January last .was taken ill-  and was confined Jio his -bed for  several weeks. He sat at the council  board on the day of the memorial  services in connection with the death  of the' Queen but he was a very sick  man and his-physicians ordered him  south. He went first to Phoenix, Arizona, and then to Southern'California,  but he was unable to shake off his illness. His son J. Ray Miller"who had  enlisted with the South African con-  stabalary resigned in order to accompany his father south and was  with him at the dine of his death. Mr.  Miller was born in Scotland some 61  years, ago. Proceeding to New-Zealand when 18 years of age, he soon: be--  came a prominent figure'in that  colony and held public office. Pie  came to British Columbia in 1896 and  visiting Greenwood in that year- he  decided to remain here. He invested  iu Greenwood real estate and was a  considerable property holder at the  time of his death.  Mr. Miller too.-; a'keen interest in the  affairs of the city aud Y. as eleotod an  alderman for the North Ward in January last. He was a member', of the  A. F. & A. M. He leaves two sons and  a daughter Mise Jean Ray Miller who  is*at present residing in Vancouver.  The remains were , interred at Los  Angeles.  WILL BE CELEBRATED   IN GREENWOOD  STRONG COMMUTES FOMED  '    _ ��� .     ��� <��.'  To Arrange Details-Drilling Contests,  Hose Races, Firemen's Tournament.  and Athlectc Sports.  At a public meeting held .in the city  hall Friday June Sth to organize for a  Labor Day celebration. Aid Sutherland was voted to the chair and Aid  Ross appointed secretary.  " R.T. Evans moved and W. J.Nelson  seconded that we hold a celebration on  Labor Day and that this meeting  a.ppoint a general committee.    Carried.  The following were appointed a committee to act with an equal number  from the Trades and Labor council:  R. W. Jakes, D. Ross, J. Caulfield, R;T.  Evans, W. J. Nelson, J. Sutherland, J.  Ehrlich, W. ]VI. Law, Smailes, J. Dallas,  T. Q. Butler, J. P. McLeod, J.O.Brien,  ME. Miller. G, Scott Galloway, A. W.  Strickland, J. H. McTott, Geo. 'Well-'  wood, A. Ferguson, I. P. Armstrong,  D. Bannerman, Andrew Sater, D. W.  Morgan,Thos Walsh aud D.J.Sullivan.  It was decided that the general committee meet Wednesday evening of this  week to arrange for the biggest celebration in theBoundary and then the  meeting adjourned.  AiV_0NC TKE LODGES.  Officers Installed  by Fraternal  Societies for  Current Term.  The different fraternal societies in  the city had a very successful half year  ending June 30th and at the installation  meetings congratulatory speeches were  made upon the good work. Last Wednesday Duncan Smith G. D. C. installed the following officer*: C. C. M_  Berger; V. C. N. McLeod; O., C. Pittock; M. ot W., Geo. Barber; M. A., M.  Elderman; J. G., Kenneth McKenzie;  O. G., A. Allmacher; M. of E , G. Whit-  beck; M. of F.,H. B. C. Frith;>K. of R.  &S., A. D. Hallett.  Tuesday evening District Deputy  Thos. M. Gulley installed officers of  Boundary Valley Lodge I. O. O. F.  He was assisted by Jas. Kerr> G. W.;  H. H. Munioe, G. S , W. B. Fleming,  G. T.,atidJ. McKninon, G. M. The:  officers installed follows : D. A. MacKenzie, N. G ; Fted B Holmes, V. G.;  W. Elson, R. S ; W. M. Law, Treas.j  W. A. Filth, Warden; D Beat"., Conductor, E II. Cannor, I. G.; H. D.  Johnson, O. G ; J. W Ellis, R. S.jST. G.;  D- Ross, L. S. N G ; S. McLellan, H.  S. V. G , P. S. Palmer, L. S. N. G.; A.  E. Amau, R S. S.; J. Sauve, L. S. S.?  G. B. Taylor, Past Grand.  After installation refreshments were  served and an entettaming programme  was - tntrupted by an alarm of fire  which drew the Oddfeilows to the  burning shack near the electric light  station.  Fok Itol���Unfurnished rooms, very  cheap.    SeeSimtn & McRae  DEATH OF MR SMYTHE-  Books, Stationery,  Wall  Paper,  Fancy Goods.  'Phone V. & jST. 34.  The death of Mr. J. W. H. Smythe,  the manager "f the Greeuwopd branch  of the. Canadian Baiik. of Commerce,  occured on Thursday evening last. Mr.  Smythe had, been ill for some time,  bright's disease followed by uraemia claiming him as a victua 'iwo  week's previous to his death lie was  forced to take to his bed and notwithstanding the best medical attendance  and''a careful .nursing the dread disease  had too firm a hold and he rapidly:  sank. ...  Mr. Smythe came to Greenwood ia  18.>9 as successor to D-. A. Cauieroh lhe  .presetiX-_maiiager^of_the-SeaUie_1branch\  Aii'alde, courteous, and energetic he  soon inacie personal friends and irienas  for the bank. Born in Berlin, Ont., 32  years.ago, he was one of the youngest  of the bank's managers. He entered  the service of the bank at Strathroy 14  years ago and his promotion was rapid.  He came west during the construction  of the Crow's Nest railway to take  charge of the bank's branches at Fort  Steele aud Crambrook. At the latter  place about 18 months ago he was  married to. Miss Maude Keay who  survives him aud who with her mother  and Miss Keay- were present at tlie  time of death.  The funeral took place on Saturday  afternoon aud was largely attended by  the citizens. The solemn services at  the   Episcopal   church   and   ci'-iuetery  THE YEAR'S BUSINESS.  been left in the hands  of Mr.   Shields. :  Mr.  Siems   will probably return to his ! were conducted by Rev. W. A. Rubins.  St. Paul home in a few days. j The pall bearers were Geoi   R.  Naden,  William Winters of Spokane, one of j A' E- Ashcroft,-, W. G. II. Belt, C.  the firms which'has the contract for Scott Galloway, Arthur Mowat and P  the longest stretch of track, is a part- V\r. H. L-_ing.  ner, in the firm of Winters,' Boomer &  Parsons, which had the contract for  grading the depot sites and new right  of "way of the Great Northern in this  city. Mr. Caughran, his partner in  the Republic road work, is a well knov-n  St. Paul contractor. They said yesterday :  "We will start as soon  as we can get  men,  teams  and  outfit on the ground.  Monday  we shall ship   our   outfit   of  cars, track, scra^ero, plows, drills   and ]  stock. ' \ !  "The horses  will be driven in from !  1 --   --    --  -  Myers Fails/   The   heavy stuff will go j Total   -   -    S72 509 13  by   rail   to   Grand   Forks   and then be \ Nmilbe.. of letteis nlaiIed     226 044  hauled to points where needed. j 1Xamhi r of iettcrs received     298 488  "We can use 1000 men on our part of j Kumt jr of post cardSj   FaperS)  the contract.    We are looking for men, ;    '      , , .,   , .���,.,_._  ���" '1     parages, etc.. mailed  2j 4o2  especially   station   men?     They   are'-.-      ; ,        .  '���< ���J 1 mm.ber of post caras,   papers,  j Transacted at tlie Grcenwopd ,'ost Office dur-  j ing Past Year.  7 The following is a summary of the  '. Greenwood postofnee for the year eud-  | ing June 30th 1001.  j Money orders issued   i Money order,, paid _.  ! Stamps scic!   j Saving's b-.nk deposits....  j Postal uoles sold   Postal iu.tes paid   13 065 15  4 366 35  6 120 00  2 '034 SB  825 03  fellows   who   take   a   contract   for   a  certain  specified  portion  of the worts.  9**9**%9*9999v*9-j%***Zi*%$9  Sometimes half a djzen men join to-  .p-yC.VagLes^etc, received  93 80S  r���*,r*:lr=J-  I    -*_-..  Total'  -   -  636 792  Pakki_>son.���On the2udinst, at Fan-  view, B. C, to the wife of Richard I-I.  Patkmson, J  P., P. L. S., of a   son.  *!. # ?,���'!���  "rieral-committee met in-the  citjjM.all oh Wednesday night, M. Kane  ;*t^as appointed permanent chairman  Ttnd Julius Ehrlich secretary. The  Trades & Labor Council reported the  following as their portion of the general committee: ���'���':'.  '''":. C. Wv Stack, T. B. Winnett, J. W.  Ellis, C. W.'Wilson, Geo D.ySankey,  John McDonald, Geo Pratt, J. A.  Souvie, Steven McCarty, K. D. McKenzie, Thos Kane, W. J. Kirkwood,  H, Bunting, K I. Cameron, Mat Roberts  J. Donohue, Chas Dunn, Wm. Trawby,  Thomas iHemerly, Mr. Webber, Mr;  Harris, J. A. Mikle, W. H. Pierre, P. W.  Quiu!an,;M. Kane.  The following sub . committies   were  then appointed:  Fi_;ANCE_-=-M.-,-_Kan.e,-_i_Dr.,_=- Jakes,.__..; I,i:  Dallas.  Drii^ixg���Geo D. Sankey, Geo. Pritt,  R. W. Jakes, Jas Sutherland.      7  Decokations & Parade���J. W. Nelson,  W. J. Kirkwood, T. B. Winnett, Thos  . Pieckart, Thos Hemetle, D. J:   Sullivan, A. W.'Strickland, T, O.   Butler,  C. Wilson,R. T.Evans, C. Dunne.  Firkmen's Tournajiekt���D.  Bauner-  uian, C. Wilson, C. Dunn, Dr. Jakes,  J. J..Caulfield.  Horse Racing���A. Ferguson, Geo.  Wellwood, D. Bannerman, J. W. Nelson, Col. Armstrong.  Reception���Mayor Jakes, W. Fraw-  ley, J.  J.   Caulfield,   J.  Sutherland,  D. J. Sullivan, D. Koss, C. W. Stack,  T. B. Winnett, J. W. Eiiis, J. A.  McTott, C. Scott Galloway.  Pl'lNTlNC*     .t ADVE'-TISIXG���J. A.   McTott, Thos Kane, Jas Sutherland.  Atiw'Tic Si*o.iri's���Steve McCarty,  P.  W. Quinkui, R. Smailes, M'.E. Miller  W. M. Law  The sub committies were given power  to adil to their number if so desired.  D. W. Morgan, A. Sater and Thos  Pieokharcl were appointed a committee  to interview the council to secure street  privileges for the contest.  The chairmen of the different sub  committies weie appointed the executive committee.  It was decided that if a ball be held  it be held under .the auspices of thc  Tr.-des & Labor Council and that those  entering for the.dri'.'ing contest mtist  be members of the Miners' Union.  The committee adjourned to meet at  the caii of the ci.air.  *  *~^��4ti  ty%M  ^���iSias.  "Flints Sarsparilla, the spring tonic  1*1.00.    AYiderson's Pharmacy.  A   PUBLIC  MEETING Will BE HELD'LN  THE CITY BALL,  DAY  ar  9  9-  AT EIGHT O'CLOCK P. S  M., FOR THE PURPOSE ��  OF '" DISCUSSING THE |  HOSPITAL BONUS BYLAW AND SCHOOL  MATTERS.  9  9  The K. F. & A. Co., sells wood   co  aud ice.    V. & JC. Tel. 123.      !"        tf  -11 I lii  ! 5  Fresh fruit of all kinds at Semerad's,  Copper street.  MAYOR.  9 . 9  9 ��� .. 9  9 9999 ?;999* 99* <"���$��.�� 9*99 ***** :ly tjm*)5-.
Adding.
We take pleasure in announcing the
marriage of Alexander Whillans, M.
D., to Miss Mary S. Dunlop.
The young couple are well known in
Princeton aud district, Miss Dunlop
having been a most popular teacher ol
the local school for the past live
months.
The ceremony was performed ai
Fairview on Saturday last, by the Rev.
H. Irwin, (better known as Father Pal)
the bride' and groom stealing away
quietly to escape the publicity, oi
Princeton enthusiasts, who had decided to royally celebrate the event if it
took place in town.
Leaving Princeton quietly on Friday afternoon, the Doctor und his bridt
rode 60 miles, received the. miuutera:
blessing, and were home again b\
Sunday evening, having ridcien full..
120 miles on horseback iu two days.
Dr. Whillans comes from Ottawa,
Out., and is a graduate of McGill
University. He settled m Princeton It.
months ag*o aud has proved himself a
capable and hardworking physician.
Miss Dunlop came to Princeton from
Vancouver, where she received hei
education at the high school.
lier many friends there will be
pleased to learn of her happiness.
JJoctor and Mrs. Whillans have set-
tied down in tneir new home on Bridge
str jet.—:-.tar.
Take your prescriptions to the
Wiuc.-ioi* Drug Score, \V. E. Anderson,
Greenwood
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-'   '   OIL TALK-
Oil talk is still in the air and i1 cer
ta-iiiy. iooxs as though tiie genuine
urticie Had been discovered here, everyone sviio views the   vveiis   from   wmch
;■    uie oil is being pumped   agreeing   tliat
:'   wiiat comes out is tne real   thing   aud
..':   no mistake. *    -
.The Vancouver company which ■ has
an option On. the .Ware! ranch is preparing for energetic development and   al-
•'. ready has its order placed for lumber
to build a derrick ror the necessary
drilling. ..Tlie requisite machinery'hae,
been-purchased and -wili arrive here
either today or eany next week when
drilling wiil shortly, be commenced.-   A
"1  hand drill   capaOle   of    working   to   a
depth of three hnnared feet wiU ne usea
i at iirst nnd'it is  expected   that   boring
'■"will be uu.ier way by the end   of   next
week.    After tlie hand drill    i_;.s   been
•worked to its fail capacity    it    ivj.ll   be
yjjt-iiausi'e-.'i'eu to another place   ana,   ana
:vy_i'i-__iicu.ti._ii_; warrant, a   power   i.iarr.
7'y"Wiil  he   iusialled    and    work    pushed;
yy^thti cuinpau'y   lias   plenty   of "'Hacking
;;77aud expects to develop u well.
7.77!W. E. Pickering of iS.tginav., Mich.,
owner of considerable mining interests
i.i tins -.eciiun, and who was raised in
the oil regions ai'u itus nail uoiisiociaiji-.:
.experience in oil, Ueci-are -u'ter. yisi'.mg
•    tiie   property    where   the    indication..
■ oj.ur, that tnere cm be   no  doubt but
■ tiiat oil exists there.
■ it iias all the irra.aescen.t-hues of petroleum and stands all the- otuer   uauai
tests.    That(it cannot be   a  vegetable
.^_-oiLis--pi-0-v.ehr:he=says.-by1.the-fact"-that-
;   it is found so far under  ground,   vege-
ytabli oil never percolating   inure   tuau
a few feet below the surface, while the
well where tne beat oil indications   are
l'-.uud is over 3. feet in decth.—Gazett.
GLASGOW EXHIBIT.
Angus K. Stuart of Greenwood, who
represents B. C. at the Glasgow exhibition has this to say regarding the
■--uiiiing exhibit :
"The  mineral  exhibit is' attractiii_r
(! ""*
great attention here and it is quite impossible to supply me with too much
information of all kinds. I am doing
my best, but would be much obliged il'
the provincial government, and the
mining community generally would
keep supplying-- me with detailed information of every kind, so as to facil.-
tate my work. At least the British
Columbia mining papers might be sent
to me us long as the exhibition lasts.
Personally, I believe that the mineral
exhibit will help immensely to make
oar resources understood, especially if,
after this exhibition cl -ses, the collection is sent on to London and placed
there in the city, so that it can be
viewed by people practically interested
in mining."
AliNERAL ACT ~~
Certificate   of  Improvements.
XOTICE.
1VA LENORE Mineral   laim. situate   in   llie
Kettle  River Mining- division of  Yale dis-
U\x-.     Where located:    in South Deadwood
camp.
TAKI-   NOTICE that I,   Isaac   H.   Hallett.
><*_■-c   _»Ii...t..    certificate     >..i.     1.L01A.
in-tend,' si -'V days from        the
date liicof, i .itiiui to apply to the mitiini;
recorder for a ■''•rtiyeate of improvements for
thc purpose of o >tai::iu# a crown grant to the
above cn.im.
And   farther t    '<*  notice,  that   action, under
Vseelio;. 37. must b    commenced before the issuance c-f s: ch certi  cate of improvements.
*- Dated :l is 29 th i   " of April. 1.01.
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Certificate of I-iiprovement-
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'HOJS'AtiUl.U'i!iiii".ral   cl;ii:i:.-situate   in    the
K_tll_'RivKr Miuii-.p- Div:si»;iOf   Vnlu'Tiis-'
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1. ..-u-rfii; fc,:- J:iu:c;V. )..■ Mc:.rric!-*ni. Five:
Miiif-r'.-'. Ci:rti!ic::u: Nd. i:1."!5o ami WiUiar.i H_
MCMiiciiMv.i. Free Jiinors Curtititaie. No., i*'i_".5.S
iiito:jJ:'«i-.t.v«i-iysfn<iii da'to iiriivuf.'to applv to
llie M;::;'t:_r Koecrilot- for a C..rli'u:a't_ of'Tut
:>!-iive:n_iits for Un: piirjjnse »irf fblainiiiK■'»■■''
Crown. (Iriuil-o. Mi« :_b.n'''-cl..i:i:.    ■
And  fiii-.lH'f fji;e   notion  ili.il  ncli<>n' inv.ic.r
Section'. 37  mast   l?e. ci/iiiiii-aced   li-foro'tli.. is.
sanico (>f s-.'t'h Certilii-ititj oi inipnv.-.iaer.t;;.
Daleci tin- _i:ili i*a.v"ui Ncivf.tub.r.-lS1)1.!-.
\"2   .. C. _K,. SHAW.
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. ..MINERAL'ACT, 1S%.'
7   Certificsto of lf?i.'.'ove-..£__t7    yy
■.','     notick. ■'■'-     .-*. ■    7'7;7
ATiVA   Mineral'-Claim, 's-'.rats 'in   th.  Kcltlf;-
Rivcr! Miti'iiijr 5Myi.!ii:i    (if   Y;il_    I>is.Ii__7*
'iVher.. Ideated:    In   E'rt'.v.idunco   c.anij>7;utr-::
■ jniiiiit.tr UtiVKoU Rov   raiac.-aj eiair.i.    f._'';.!^..-
TAKI.. KOTUi   that   I.   Artinir   '*.:.xxr&>ci£i
V/hitesiiio.  af.  a;;i-iit for  C.   N. iia'rd.iii^''
free miner's eertificate Nd. ii 2'. .">■*>. 7J'ei!ii,{-rIiio.-y7
la-<. fifj'.-'iMiiiofVoe.-lilicatt- Kt>.  I>2'5!i9.;f-]:".'-.~iVy
i'li!!i;!!. free itiiiiar's certii'.oato Mu.  AISS^V, ar.ii'
Ijonis    I.    Csti-osl-ri    five   :i:iiiK.r'iV  eertifieatt-
!•.*(!.     l:rt96--..i_iU''nd.'.:..,sixcy.'-,'.''<dhys.:'V''-i-(.iii... tSuV .'
date liei-'eol-, tii apply; to the  Mlnti:™- Roeiirrier
for a  Certi!":cat-  ot*   Iini»rijvenient's..' tor   the.
purpose, of obtaining-  a   Crown  Orant of fhe.-
above claim. '-.■-' -    - , .
And fiirtlier take notice that, action. i:n<Io_-
section .■"", must be commenced before the-issuance of snch Certi l-c:--e.of Iinprovuiuciits.
Dated this IStli day of April. 1901.
A. M. V/HITESIOE.    " .
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of ImBrovements.
-        NOTICE.   .  '  •
"JO DANDY" "01-I> KENTUCKY"--RILEY--
.'I.OST HOUSE" -TI-MERA1 RE FRACTION" "EMM-_FRACTION" and "TEXAS
FRACTION" Mineral claims, situate in the
Kettle River Mining- Division of Yrtlc-
Disttict. Where located : In James Creek
Camp..        . .
TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as-.
atreat for Leonard S. Moiiltnn Barrett.
Free Miner's Certilicate No. 1.2-789, inlenti
sixty davs afier date liereof to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of itni>roT«>-
ments for the purpose of obtaining? a Crowie
Grant of the above claim.
And  further take notice that   action under
Section'37   must   be   commenced   before   the:
issuance of sucli Certificate of Improvements.
Dated tilis lHth dav of Mav, A. i>., I'lOO.
1. II.   HALI/ETr.
NOTICE.
STEAM    BOILER    "'N'-PECTOP.S'.  EXAMINATION.
APl'I.ICATIONS for examination for S tea in
.toiler Inspectors will be'received by thli
Chief Inspector of Steam ]"_iilers. Nev,- Westminster. Ii. C, «]) to Jin: 10th, 1001. Ay>5>lic-
atus must be beiwc<:ti me aj.es of 25 and SCi
.vears. tliey must have had at least live years'"
practical v.-orkshop ex;ierience as machinists or
lioilor inakeis. and must also have a tlinruu^lT.
understaiidiiiff of steam en^ineerinff.
; Fiiim. of particulars may be obtained, on request of iatendinir atiplicants. from the Chief
liisuector of Steam lloiiers. Ne\v Westminster,,
1.5. C . and must be properly filled in aud returned to him on cr before the above-mentioiK'.d
date.
The candidates selected for examination v:iH
then  be   notified  as  to date and  place of examination.
The salary will b- S100 per mouth.
W. C. WELLS.
Chief Commissioner of Lands & Wor'cs-
Laud aud Works Department.
Victoria. 15. C, 22nd Mav, 1901.       m30
For Rent—Corner store with three
ooms, papered, rent about $20. Apply The Times office. tf
Fresh candy at Semerads.
Fresh  candy  at  Semerad's, Copper '
street.
Tiie best ice cream daily at Greenwood Candy Factory. We guarantee;
;'   pure, C. V. Semerad.
h. #'  ���rt'r.  THE) GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  - "   /,/     -Tf ��*�����  ���!":/;  SI?  Page   3.  HEAD OFFICE AT GREENWOOD.  ���-���w.  ?  C. McMynn Appointed Government Agent  for Boundary.  Greenwood is the capital of the  -Boundary district so far as the gov-  ���ernm'eut offices -are coiici-racd. Heretofore the business of the g-overntue.it  *^ras transacted.through the Rossland  ���on -e and the government 'offii ials had  Xo report to ag-eiit Kirkup and_itiake  iili returus to him. The government  Jiaa at last ackn^n^edge^*/ the importance of Boundary ''an&Greemvood by  Jiepai-attng the district  m  m  Rossland  >��.,  .r'^nd, p-y   making   "Mriff McMynn    a  J.J-, ^''govecuiia'enVagent. "':;Graiid Forks and  t��t.ier fafficers7ia7the:,: district will now  fee'uvrooil and will  make all  J      ���*      >  tie g-ovet'iimeiit through Mr.  ,-g-e should be of considerable  Ho the,aisti'ict.     It is tinder-  ,'thfe^at-propriation  for  tlie'  will  .bei divided    and    th t  to?ay-Snare   will   be- expendeu  ".!>/./ ��� ,��   '    V  rV;t.ie\Greeni'\vood ofliee.  .ffy^-y-**- i :    .     .  % Bolsters prospects.  .���Jft-s-y         ���   ��� ��� '.  sArylrch-'Strike of G ilcu.i On on the  Clirysta!  jiS'-P?"^^  Butte.  %*  ||j|ji||l��^--'Bolfaler,s    prospects    were    never  |��|&p!'^brig-.iter  than  at present" said a min-  [S||.'j:?^'? ing- man who retttrued from there  this  week.    The  mine.- that  arebei.ig.de-  .Veloped are showing up bodies of high  .grade ore.;   Last -week   a.   line : strike  '.."���vas; made  on  the'-Chrystal Btitte be-  tweeh   the    Review   and   Bolster.      A  paystreak of. galena rims over S200 to  the ton.    On  Copper mountain east of  lhe   town     considerable   development  Work is being done.  There is now a first class hotel run-  wing' in Bolster. Mrs.. Cook, well  itiiowu iu Greeitwoo;!, has reopened the  .Review and is condtictitig it in a -first  ������class manner. '"Reddy" Young also  well known in Greet. yyoocI is the mixologist. "Although thiugs are quiet I  predict a good year for Bolster'' concluded 4hc mining- man. '  NOTICE;  Notice is  hereby  given   that--'thirty  .-clays-front-the .date.'hereof I in tend to  ^apply  to   the  Board  of; License Com  smssioners in the City   of  Greenwood,  ���i*or a transfer of the licence  now  held  hy. me  to  Sidney  Oliver, fer the premises situate  on   Gold  Street,  Greenwood,  arid known   as the Ladysmith  -Hotel.    . '  Ola Loktad. .    -  Dated June 4th, 19017..' . -.'..;���  Inspection of Metalliferous Mines,  ��        iNSPECTO-is7 district..   .-"  THE Inspectors of MetaHiieroiis Mines are  hereby assigned the following- as their  ^respective Inspection Districts \yitli headquarters as noted.,  Such assignment to take place  from June 15th, 1931, until further notics.  I"ti.Rciii_i'A-;i>^icKynrsi-ei.ior.  y. "_. *  Headquarters, Craii'>_oo]c,.Of_ice of Deputy  ; Miuing Becorder.  Inspection District shall comprise all of Easjt  Kootenay and also Goat River Miniuy Division  f West Kootenay.      -.  In  addition   to  the ditties  of  Inspector  of  ttalliferous Mines, Mr. Dick will also act as  '"'opector  of  Coal   Mines   within    the   same'  ��->'sl .ct.  James McGregok,   nspecto  Headquarters, Office of Mining- Recorder,  Nelson.  Inspection District shall comprise all of *\Vost  -"Couienay except .Gnat River Minim.- Division,  ���and also tlie Grand Forks and Kettle River  JiJiniiig- Division of Yale District. ������,���  Tno.vr.-S MokgA-n, Inspector.'  Headquarters,      Government       Buildhiirs,  .   jManaittio. '  -.  Inspection District, 'Vaitcnuver Island and  Co.-.at District.  Mr.'Morgan is also Inspector of Coal Mines  for tliis District.  Notice is lt_i\_!n- p-iveu ..f such Inspection  Districts aud ihat'lu accordance with tlio '"lu-  ���s;)irction of .... laHif-TOr.s Mines Act, 1S')7." am!  Anutiidiiijf Acts, notice of accidents to employes  Jjappeiiiu;. wiliiiu any of such Districts must he  promptly reported lioth to tlie Insju-ciorof sucli  District and also to tlu- Minister of Mines,  .Victoria.  In mines not included in thu above- Districts  tn:tir.>.;."Ci-s wilt report, iu di-pi'icaie, to the  Minister of "Mines direct, wlio. xf lie considers it  necessary, will as:-i^rn an Inspector lo specially  report.  .Blank   forms upon  whicli to make reports of  5.ucii accidents may  be obtained  from  the  iu-  p.i.tor  ot   tho    District,    from    the.'   Mining  Recorder, or upon application lo this office.  RICHARD _.Icl"SID!_.! .i  '  Minister of Mines.  Department of Mines,  5i.ii June. J.W1.  fl_ir-.Er.AL ACT, 1896.  Nitrous oxide and oxygen for pain  less extraction of teeth at Dr. Mathi-  sou's.  FURNITURE  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARES  BAR GOODS B  ���The-largest   hotels  aiul  finest |  residences in B.C. were fur- f"j  nished bv nsthroughout' S  a _���_.!_-. ST.     t  VICTORIA, B.C. ' [|  " 1 -S3BSGSE����RS2_-3XZ^3)!--^^  9 9 .''!' '*' * * *<i** * * * 3"* * 'I' * * * * *  9  XF. I MITCHELLS'I  * 9  1 *-u._-'^-_u____^__ji_itgw-;����-------_3-_--J.g.-;aax_-ii-��.-     ^_  9  * -  If''  Id"  9  ��� *  9  *  9  u  S'��?'  -.3|S  9  Shop worn goods  for :your  Fall  Suit  '-���.������  when you can secure  New Goods of the  most fashionable  pattern   which have  just arrived.  ������it'  zi  The Biggest and best  assortment of Fall Suit/'  tags ever brought into  the Boundary. X   X  -.-x    -  9  9  .   0.   -.iUUI-LLL  %HE-TMLOR  LW St.  Greenwood.  **.******* ******* '5!S��.***���:.;;;���  P*  nu  ��� *  .%*  ^z.  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  is*  | in stock | Hoisting Plants, Stanip Mills, Concentrators.  I ROSSLAND | BucketS( CarSf RopCf Sinking and Station Pumps,  Chain Blocks,  | Warehouse, f Boilers, Receivers, Etc,  5. 'i  <-'!'.-t#��i:--��':'��'B''j'#':H*'   Compressors and Rand Rock Drills, in which the highest degree of Perfection has  been attained,  . MENDENHALt, '  GREENWOOD.   B.C.  ROSS LA .ID,   B.C.  4 4 4 4 4444 4 4 ���&* 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4.4 4444 4 4 4 444 44\  "���'1 nu "HH--1  ""*"���������-���**TCTCMW.wi_M��wouyM  ^aiiUJittiiuuiM^  ������*<��  ���^i��  ���"*t>.  ���*l~#m\  ~"t_,  ���t*Z&  ���^_>  -���3  ?:$M I  .y-y^  -*��r^  ���^  <��.-**���'  JJl��*"*  ���,'.k-V-^,,*:",]  {2*** '  ���i"*-.'-,- ���'-'*l'l  ��V*���  S^l  $&&*$>'  <s����^-  ��r^-*  RT*rw-  (Jfta*���  (Tn^~  .pi-ftEEBi  fi*^-**-  ���  O*���  ci-r- ���  Ci**"���-.  - ��� '.   ��� . ��� . ���  _&*��*���  *jw��� -.  - 91^-.  ��*��-^  . Or^���  ;, ��3V���  Ctiv*"  CHOICE CIGARS   AND  TOBACCOS X X X*><  .:. !  j  Certificate of Sm.orovement.  InOTICE. '  '''DYNAMO'' Miiior-.il CJaiiu. situate in tUc  Kettle River Miiiintr Division o�� Yril_  District. Wlicn, located : In Skylark  Camp.      "������',! . ���      '_  XAKK  XOTICE   that   T.   Isaac   H.   Hallett, as airent for AutoiiPo rt.-.tanii. Free  "Miiiers"s certilicate   "S'o.   B41331. and  Cliarles  Haoriug-,      Free      Miners      Ceriiiieate     No.  i_*>6!)7       intend sixty clays from  tliti date hereof, to apply to the Mining-  Recorderfor a Cs-rtificate of Impfoverae.its. for  The. purpose of obtaining a Crov.n Grant of the  above cl'aim-  And further take notice that action, under  Section 3T. n:_st be commenced before-the is-  Boancc of such Certificate of Improveitients.  Dated this 17th day of Jnne. A. D. lr".">l.  I. H. HALLETT.  FINE��� ,  \ I'll -rl 1 Mm l  u In 11 li if Li! I 1  ������'W��M/l  ��� iyyt-'mt  ���^'���'Itmm  _T^_. -       ���' *i!'*Wi^V-V..-2-..  <FJl^. -.   !.'  ��� ytJUp-'J-L-.'1-'**.  ����.< .ik'jrWmt'  ��_��� .*-";-;-'*��'������-'-;  O���-     '      --____��-��!-���.���  ���Cte*..-.  &l  <l>  ���SURVEYS ARE NOW BEING MADE AND LOTS  T.  WHICH   THE  CARMI  MINE IS THE CENTER.  Slipping 'iron  .&  ^ 0>i  W% -fi ���/& 4mpi /^4-  <>���  -.��.. !  Carmi is the Mining1. Center of tha Upper West Fork Country. The  Townsite adjoins the Carmi Mine, which shipped 2,000 tons of ore to the  smelter during tho past winter, and upon which development is being-  pushed in order to be ready for continuous shipments when railroad is  eoimoleted to Carmi. ' i;.  yy ���  ttt*���  <*&���* Nd?-" X��^  *1- *-?��� ^V*<  \l*                   *!*                   _r.*     ���  <-i'>                            ^i'-                            �����!>  ���   ���  nnt.    ranTSTTfl    ^";"'T-tT���'-!*''f_,  .   run iH/i-*ar.'0  Vt'niii*-   .  *       ���  News Pacers, Perioc-Icals.  Circulating Library, Fancy fet ^  Goods, Candies, Etc., Etc.  ^���-^ __.  S' -^ ^S-^  .3*  *���"_>  %��^*  ��armi  W, V:'  ^?!immmmfnnfmmmn!mm??!mfnmmmm?!��  Ull HiL - liIILO,"  aia  H__D_B ���Hge  THK GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Nitrous oxide a n d  oxygen '(furnishes-, the  "latest, safest and best  method for the painless extraction of teeth.  There are no bad after  effects.  ticularly true in the case of Mr. Smythe  who throng-h his great ability rapidly  rose to a prominent position and used  that ability in promoting- the bank's  and the city's interests. The sympathy of the'entire community will go  out to the young widow in her sad  bereavement.  Dr. R. Mathison  Both 'Phones.    Greenwood.  eelcl�� Cities*  PUBLISHED BY  the Grecnv/ood Times Printing and Publishing  Company, Limited.  Ooscas Ross EniTOK.  ><_"^'i��?***>v  <U^!C^W^fLAE;L>  Iii an editorial appearing in the  Times of last week headed "municipal  councils past and present" certain references were made lo Mr. Hardy's connection with the Gieenwood Miner to  which some parties have irh-e.i a sinister meaning. Owing-to an u fortunate  error in proof reading the.i: was .sonic  excuse for tliis and as the Tinu-s hii.. no  desire to do Mr. Hardy ar. injustice we  regret the publication of anything-that  might unfairly reflect upon biin. As  far as we know Air. Hardy's connection  with the Miner v.as secured in a perfectly legitimate way.  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.  Notice is hereby given that the  partnership hitherto existing between  the undersigned by the style of Sprott  & Macpherson as watchmal.e*-s and  jewellers, has this day been dissolved  by the retirement of Wm. Sprott who  has transferred to W.I.. Macpherson  all his interests in the business, assets,  good will and book accounts.  All persons indebted to the said  partnership are hereby requested to  the said \V. ID. Mncplicrso'ii who has  assumed and will pay the liabilities of  thc: partnership and who will continue  the partnership business.  Dated thus 9th day of July. 1901.  Signed :   WIL SPKO'lT.  W. E. MACTKKSSON.  Notice ol Dissolution of Parlaersliip.  Sensationa.; reports are still being  sent from Grand b'orks regarding- the  oil strikes in tliat locality. The latest  is that there ii. a ranch in Grand  Prairie upon whi<*h no oil has teen j  found.  Our estetnie'l liliputian conteuv, o-  rary the Anaconda 1*1 ews, appears this  week in a new dress which adds greatly  to its appearance. May it arid its  youthful editor Master Keffer continue  to grow and prosper.  1 iw, iti the City of Spokane. Washington, and the City - of Gret-vswoiH ,  British Columbia, hns been this day  dissolved by mutual consent  Dated at   Greenwood,   British   Columbia, this 6th day of July, A.D., 1901.  (Signed)        E.F. MASSAM/  ANDREW lAIDl,AW  Witness :  A. M. WHITESIDE.  NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS  eayy and  -''������-.^"-'--'^^.������ti  .i_.J_7Mi:i2;&il  Tovisjons.  ������PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY.  THURSDAY  JULY 11, 1501.  THE HOSPITAL BYL,AW.  Among the factor's necessary to mak-  ' ing Greenwood a desirable residential  city are good schools ..nd a good hospital. It is of the highest importance  that.that the children should have the  very best educational advantages right  at home and also that there should be a  *well equipped hospital where the sick  ���������, can -, e .eive llie best treatment. The  ��� two propositions are joined together in  Greenwood. As is weil known, so decide:!  an objection was taken to tlie  present school site aud building that  less than half the chilureu of school  age in the city attended the public  school.' This * of course militated  -'against the work oF tiie school and  would if allowed to continue, be a  serious hardship on the ratepayers uexi  year when the maintenance of the  schools fails on the city.  The Sisters of Peace arrived with  ^/the object of erecting- a hospital in  Greenwood. The site they selected  ���was where the present school stands  and they made an offer to purchase.  A delegation was sent to Victoria to  interview the government regarding  tne matter and tht-minister of   educa  The death of Alci Miner removes another of Greenwood's earliest aud best  citizens. He had strong faith in tlie "l  city and his cheery word of encourage-j  ment will be missed by those who knew |  him and;  qualities.  A meeting of the shareholders of the  Waterloo Mining & Millinp com  will be held in Vedder & Cimningha  office, Greenwood, on Monday, July  15th, 1901, at-8 o'clock, p. m. All  shareholders are urgently requested to  attend as business of importance is to  come up.  Greenwood, B. C, July 10th, 190t.  KUlMKh  ' u  11 HE  .TRANSFER'OF LlCEi-iSE.  Notice is hereby   given  that   thirty  him and appreciated his many excellent J daY�� 'after date we intend to   apply,   to  Board of License Commissioners in, thc  HOSPITAL BYLAW,  city of Greenwood for a transfer, to  W. II. Craig of the license now'held.by  us for the Alberta Hotel, Situate lot 4  ( block II.    City of Greenwood.  Ernst & Bailey.  June 13th, 1901.  To Tiiii Editor:���Tuesday a .b3*l-i*,v 1  is to be submitted to the electors, fori  the purpose of granting aid to the es-'  tablis'nment   and   maintenance    of   a  Sisters Hospital.    And as I have  been '"'  _  informed that some opposition is being       Notice  is  hereby  given that thirty  encountered ou the grounds that such a | days  after  date  I  in.et.cl to apply to  IT IS  NO GHEAP'CIGA^-BUT EQUAL TO THE BEST  IMPORTED. ���������.:������'  il  YOU WILL ENJOY IT AND AT THS SAME TIME  '":-  ENCOURAGE A.LOCAL INDUSTRY.,  TRANSFER OF"'LICENSE;  ' II  procedure would be working a hardship  upon nie. I beg to state-that I am personally and tii-icially iu hearty accord  wiih tue; project, personally because,  not having found hospitable business a protitable one, I welcome au  opportunity to shift responsibility for  hospital care of the sick to .the able  management of the Sisters, and officially because I-think it to the city's  interests to avail ourselves of the present opportune chance to secure tlici'r  services and at the same time dispose  of the present school house.  R. W. Jakes,  ir  t 5  6.t(i  * A  r  "MCLAREH-WILK-E.  -\Af  Chief John Mcliaren of the Greenwood police returned home on Saturday's train accompanied by Mrs. McLaren. The happy event which made  the chief a prisoner took place on Dominion Day in   Vancouver,   the   bride  ,. . ,   . .    .      .       ,, being Miss  Letitia   Wilkie of  Sarnia  tton not only granted permisstoa to sell "* ��� .  ** Ont.    Rev. Dr McLaren tied the nuptial  the present site but also promised  sub- lnlot   Tbe happy   couple   spent   tbc  stantial aid to secure a more central h meymoou in Seattle and other sound  site and erect a school building suitable cities. The Times joins the chief's  to, the requirements of a growing city.   many friends in extending congrattila-  Thc Sisters of "Peace undertake to  begin hpspittii'wor'- in a few days after  the by-law is sub nitte.l to the ratepayers, and. to erect a hospital costing  not less than $8,001" within a year".  The)' have made arrangements witlr  Dr. Jakes mutually satisfactory so  they arc not in any way coming- into  competition with the pioneer physician's business.  The bonus asked for is* S3,500, payments extending three year's'and haif.  As has been pointed out so much is  involved in the undertaking that is of  greatim-.otar.ee to Greenwood that  we feel conlidet t the by-law wil.  meet with but little opposition.  Board of License Commissioners in the !  city .of .Greenwood for a transfer to., pEJipf"}    RfjV  P. Andersen of the license now held by '   *-  me for lite .Commercial Hotel,   Copper  street, City of Greenwood.  ���'������'.. ,  A. BRANSON.  Dated Greenwood, June l-.th, 1901.  00  -uALLNIfuu  Proprietor.;  WMI  im1 W\ �� ���������-������'  lilflii niuiuhi...������-.���'���;  Thone :..Columbia i55^  ru -.l^ivmijraj" j. j--i>Tsnii*^33iT^Er�� J��-hj-^^  lttcwk** ra-K-ewtaxsa  tv-ttgwrwetxr��tOTWim?'m-i navy.r^wrrx jarr.'^vflCMiiifA  PROFESSIONAL \CARDS..  HALLETT & SHAW,  Barristers, Solicitors,  isJOTAKIliS PUBLIC.  Ca>ii(��� Address :   "hallett."  j Bedford _>_'>Teiirs  Gijeenv.-  "l-'Miii-eiti-T & 'Neat's  :.l.Lcibisi-'s.   oo__,  B. C.  I.  U.   HA.LL1-T.T.  H. C. Sit AW.  DEATH OF MR. SMYTHE.;/  ,! In the death of Mr. J. W. H. Smythe,  the Canadian Bank of Commerce lost  oneof its highest manager^.atid Green  wood ifif^eh ~*v!l0 lost ub opportunity  to a<_A-*_tnoi^fcs interests.    A bank man-  ager's life is -scflfmtiviate-y  associated  '���with that <5f <tne   business   community  <ttte   bt  ^stys dif  *���'*   ~that it is always difficult to fill the void  ^caused by  his  removal.    This  is  par-(  MIMY \  ...HOTEL...  Hugh Cameron  -: Prop.  PRINGLE & WHITESIDE,  BARRISTERS' AND SOLICITORS,  Notaries Pciiwc, Etc.  Offices: Over Uank ui Montreal, Greenwood.  MCLEOD 6k BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Pobi.ic, Etc  Offices: Nadeii'-Flood block.Ci>i*pei-stroet,  Greetnvood, lt.C.  J. R. B-Ows. J* t\ Mc*Ceod.  PORBES M. KERBY, C.E'  PROViKctAr, Land Surveyor.  Offices:   (.rccuwood, K. C.  also J, A. Unsworth's -Store. Midway. 15. C.  > ������'.'.��� '���' i*  r  nt\ m m torn  It  t|!l!|iiM  S ��i  f,i S c  }  ^^~x^,~l  Best   Brands   V.'im>s,   Li'iuors   and  Cigars.   Good Stabiintr.  \ CAMP McKiNNEY. B. C,  <  I  DAWSON   &   CRADDOCK  Cigars and Tobaccos,  Smokers' Sundries.  CoR-fortalrte Club Rooms.  Popper Street, Two Dooks  Below  Re:s*dell  Corner.  p. W. GROVES,  Civii, and Mij. in'g Engineer  Provinciai. Land fc.URVEY.0-'.  greenwood, b. c.  Mineral ClrJuis Reported ii|)on.-  Uiul.rirrouiid Surveys.  OHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civii. Engineer,  Dominion    and.  Provinciai,  Land Surveyor.  GREENWOOD,    -.     :     :      :   B.   O.  BAUER & ASHCROFT,  Provincial Land Surveyors  Mining and Civil Engineering.  Mineral  Claims  Surveyed and Crown Granted  Land and Enjrincer'niif Surveys  IV. A. BAUER: C.E., P.L.S. A. E. ASHCROFT C.E  .P.-.S  VANCOUVER B��EENV.-000  Wood   Block,   next  door   to   Custom    office  r.REEN'.VOr.D.R. C.  RUST  1 9  Ll  (11TED LIABILITY,  PHOENIX  FIRE  ASSURANCE CO.,  i OP LOKDON, ENGI-AKD.  REPRESENTING :  PHOENIX  FIRE  WESTERN ASSURANCE   CO.,   of Toronto.  BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE CO.,  OF TORONTO  LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE  ASSURANCE CO., OF LONDON, ENGLAND  BIRKBECK INVESTMENT & LOAN CO..  -J-*x OF TORONTO-  GEO. R NADEN,  |! Manage!  Rooms at the Clarendon 50 cents per  night. ,(  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  Page   5.  LOCAL HAPPENINGS.  Andrew Laidlaw   left  on   Saturday  last for the east.  , Ice cold 'refreshments at Candy  Factory.      -.-' t t   ���"���  G.  O.  Guise,  the  Westbridge  mer-  chaiit. is iu the city.  W. T. Smith returned from  Spokane  on Wcd-ie-c'-v l'st  .. '' ^tiilui-. l-Wi 1 li\ lo.-.1 m mager for P.  ' *^uina vis.led Nti'on f-u*. ,week..-.-:���  j    JVC. Haas, the*  \.cil  Known   mining  w '"/ ��__giueer is rt Hit *- tj fiom Spokane.  F.or_d\ frtutHv.'ie->   .i jpie   cider   all  k.qds s^ft-dnnkf .xt C  V Semerad's. '  . P$rcy FVf-pd? ir ith mil Ralph  Cun-  kinjrhamJeftfor   Si'oKuie   on ��� Satiir-  J  cTfjbwsg/'-i well  1'iiowii   Priiice-  ' 3,-t.t. is? r'^isteied at the Arm  CARRY  ONE r  Jettii-if .Oiji hen fs' from   Crow-  >ou   get   tlit. n /ii.ih   from   his  Inch. ti,   \     /        \.  '������   .  '���' ;  Gilbert Mahon mi inart.*-:pf the Jewel  fcinie is. expected noinc  from  England  J    i      " I  tomoiiow  Blake Wilson of P I'm ns & Co., and  Mrs. "* Wilson wcie  otct   from Nelson  this we'ek.  i  J. W   Iiugh *V",ood wl o spent several  ll^jy^eks .i'i *-lle c: *"Y returned on "Saturday  |^Sist00iiB home in Armstrong. -���  ���flSfcfec^ E- Betts��* resident manager of the  l;77i'yiCitnt*oo   company,    Camp   McKinney  -\va'-.7n the'eity this week.    ,  Miss Wilson is now prepared to tak  pupils in piano playing..- Residence,  next door to Baptist church. "-.'���-'  John'Rogers of .Grand'"Forks who is  ititere-ted in.. Wellington camp properties v. as in the city this week.  13. A. Duff of the Bank of Montreal  staff K-ft on Saturday . for 'Winnipeg:.  Where he will spend his holidays.;.     .  "Mrs: K-oland L':ird, who had ,'bcfi.  visiting Mrs, Andrew Laidlaw returned  on Saturday to her'homa in Rossland.  The ladies of *lhe msthodist church  are arranging for a Pia nolean concert  to  be  given  next week in the Masonic  hall. -  Jno Love, representing the Consolidated ��� .-.tation'.ory eompauy, Win-  -jipeg, -was"'in the: citytakmg orders  this "veek.  Why not put tip your own fruit when  you can get home grown fresh berries  from Crowston's ranch. iff ��� ,  : J, W. Mellor's men are linsy. giving  the Rendell block a coat of paint which  gives "tlie metallic, shcet'ii'** the:  appearance of stone.  John Kirk'.p'.and W. J.' Noble the  new road suneriiKeii.lunls were.thro'ugh  the district '.'last week: planning the.  season's work on /the waggon; roads. -  There are about 200 subscriptions  to the Times due this week. Look at  the label on your paper. If your time  is up send us two dollars. We need  the money.  ���J.=E"*->I-Iall an'iai.id_J.._-G..;.__=etersM^we.re  in Vancouver last week en route to  mines up the coast .They spent several  weeks prosVedting; f rom the Simiika-  niegn westward.'  Wm. Sprott has sold his interest in  the firm of Sprott & Macpherson to VV.  E. Macpherson*. Mr. Macpherson will  continue tlie business in the old stand.  Notice of dissolution elsewhere.  Last Monday evening, D. Bainier-  - man ran his chestnut saddle horse  against Frank Bailey's black charger.  The course was from Loiusa street to  the Imperirl hotel. Bannerman's horse  won after a close contest.  W. E. MacphetMon, successor to  Sprott & Macpherson has secured the  services of Geo. E. Geiidron. Mr.  Gendron is a watchmaker of wide experience and has the honor of being a  graduate of the Canadian Karological  Institute.  Smith Curtis, M. P. P.. returned  from Kossland Tuesday and left on  Wednesday for the Similkameen. He  was accompanied by K. M. Scott a  graduate of the Kingston school of  mines.  Mining machinery men were much  in evidence this week. K. A. C. McNally the James Cooper representative  spent several days in the city as did  also Frank K. Mendenhall, the Rossland representative of the Jenckes  Machine Co.  When at Crowston's stores don't  forget to get a supply of good potatoes.  "    Potatoes and lots of  them at   Crowston's.       tf  Geo. Robertson, a prominent lumber  merchant of Ottawa, Ont., is at the  Imperial. Mr. Robertson has been in  * the province for several months looking into its resources. He is much impressed with Greenwood and the  Boundary district.  Hi  &__  ��� Ml  _���_. -Li __..  GRADES  WE GUARANTEE. THEM UNCONDITIONALLY.     CALL AND LET US  EXPLAIN ITS -ADVANTAGES TO YOU. '      .   ���  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  e.  <2_r  <��*  <r*  CF<  ir*  <C*  <C  F*<  ��***  Capital, all paid up. $12,000,000.  Rest $7,000,000.  ProsidciC:    Loki. Stkathcoxa an:. Moc.-.t Koval,  Vice-!?.-sidi.ru:   Hon. Ueougk A. Dhu.mmo:.*d.  Branches in Loiidon, .Eogl" -! 3^1���$$!$*.. Sew York, C-lik^o.  Buy aiul sell Rttrliiiir Esciiaiipeaiirt Cable Tr..i:--...s ; t>ra:it Conimurr.tal an  Travel1-!.-*' Credit-, available in anv'-.art of Uie workl.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FISHCAKE, Manager.  Jv--_3  _��?  !__..<.  ���~y)  ^>  >��_/  ^-*-  HL  mmmmMmMmmmmmmmmmmz  ���at ut. -txn *Uimr. yui^^.ywtlwrrr.-��E'"ff.uj *���*���������/- '** 11 _ i.-xin-u,**;. rt'iri'**'*<-'rim-.  r*x,aJ**^>^w/.*^tri����**x*^if*:i*'-^��*-^��Trj,/y.--ro-^  ��-  I j> -m t-, 4.- $ n  ���?      .''^ A fa ^ I*?  of liiSu  iWiil  Es.a.'i5l;cc_ 153 6.     !ncatEooate<_ by Royiti Charter.  Capiiai, ^1,060,000���$4,866.66.  Reserve Fm&, ^350,000:-$l,703f333.33  lAacphersbn:  HEAD OFFICE:   LOK&OH, ENG3.AND.  H- ST5KEMAW, General .ilanager, fi.or.trc?i,  j, ELMSLY, Iiissectcr,.Montreal.  SUCCESSOR TO  ���Sprott  JEWELLERS.  ^cplierso:  A.  COPPER STREET.  xrjttaMKMurataaxvao' oon -mtu-iunnivrvunw-i wtrimam* **r ��i  ��� i zcatg=n3TCf_ aax Trsz~?snrjx.*nr*\ rj-arW'wrJJ' vnemnrJi i&7W!i3etirv*2~zrwr varrirTXvrwi wjcr^rm? J *%.vw*ir*nr# wjci-taerat T^natrer~ ���  mm  w '���' k  ^   m v' A  i>  -A i 11 I  S^  1  m.  will Si  tr  . 1 \}/ U il ���. S *��� IH J 0 b.^ O   An iJ   '-'' ^ IS i" CS  m^^MM'^^mm^^m^MmE^^^^^sm^&^ms;  __-Hd.Giiarriiiti<3'it'.r tvor!" U> be ri'jrltt, as wc iir-o only the b_Kl"  of materials anti iMnijlcy.v'tly coin ji'.'teizt woi-!.mcii  ------  ��� '���' '������ PAPERING "AND ..DECORATING��� .  "��� . A full  lint: I'f Wall r.-.pyvfi, V.-ii-.-.ts   0;H-.,   Glass,   Mirrors,  Sa.'-'i aiul l.ocir., Vuni'is'.ies,   olc.  otc.  Use /v.enor'5 Parft'.Bsatly Mixed Paints .-  $2.00 Per'GallOH *  Branches and agents   in  all  the   |)-.-;ncip:i1  citits 'of ..Can'aoa ai.cl ih<s  United States, and. r^'i-rospoiirletits in ail purls  of uie world.  ... A GENERAL EAMIftG BUSINESS TiA^SACTED ...  Greenwood Brar.cii:   W. G. H- BELT, Waneffer,  ~.*vi.-��iBu*n-t'rTiiii3_aaamuna9��iM  tlAMHKMIl ^<JJ-rtH*3-.-J��l����*��*n**n��a_P(CK_TOff "3  m .     ; : -y m  m  ��� Witli VY'xiidti is Incorporated'.tlie  �� THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,  ���3  y. A N. 'PitON.- I'I.  COI'PKR STSKKT.  iHm-iiUiku.-iUi/>-i_Aci-AV����Atn(*cct**i*-*iwjw����**>^n-'<,'-^u��^i_irit"���*'-- -^*-v'-���*'������ ���������**"*��� JU.nouv^u>v--i,v_j_i.ph_-ic^vum:ui^-t^**1  nr^iTV-fif��nvt��r Mran'ara^TOar.*' v u j^ ���.���<���.��� .��r yr-ur*-. r-*_������- -wrcwagyt-T j-^ci J|- ��vrcrMf r otwi cwctkch".' rw cjy.^iv.t.o ����� y. i rain trar**. -r^anren^i rnrtrjui.i khz r*n.T"  't-.ll  ���y**\  ^7*1  >5r  '���'  If you want nice soft drinks    call  Sou th^En d-*-f'roee**yr^-^'-'-^--i-"==-=^^----  at  Beans per can $0-15  Mail orders'promptly filled���Anderson's.drug store.  ��� E. A. Duff of the bM.k of Montreal  staff is away at Winnipeg* on his  holidays.'  Tr. P. Skiffington of . New York accompanied by liis daughter registered  at the Armstrong; this week. Mr.  -".k-.i'iinyton represents the Fairbank  soak-s.    With hi in is   A.   C.   McDonald   Peas  the company's Mon_realr,ep: esentative. ' ,,,  >_.01'*1  ,         13  '   Dont forget to g-o to  the  S-outh End'  Grocery for fresh   ejrf*'B��   -;ood   spuds, ( Tomatoes       15  ^ood mocha and Java coffee,  pood  tea I ^^ ^   and fresh groceries. j  J. T. N. Hill wlio was  accountant   t  Raisins per package ;...      15  the  Canadian   Bank  of Co.ii*n��.rce for j jja-sins per ib       10  '       HEAD OFFICE,-TORONTO.'-  p.Capital, $8,000,000/   ���  -      Rest, g'2,000,000  ��$ .* ' ���'������'  HOK. GEO. A. COX, Presi-Iant-   B, E. WALKER, General Manager  Manager Greenwood Brand?..    ^  ���r # Knit- nr k -���4'**��*xv,J'_-vmi ��wr ifwcr-vtw ��.��wf f? t*^ iyt--ta/t tf' vttji ��v i%tT ��T��f7 (* *w w.%j.��ir.Tv vrrc<-a rrWT -rfnr-tj-^T a Pin *f jvi -cv w x*r* t rma, wv, mi _������ i t\ ^ a. jpci_j% .i.j--mu��.*i)  ROSSLAWD: EKGINEERiWG WORKS/  -0 . CUWLIFFE & WcM-ILLAN������= : -&  F0U.IDEKS,      DOJLEE MAKERS      and      MACHliNiSTS.  ORE CARS- This is our specialty. We make the best ore cars on th-e  'market and sell tliem as fast as we can make them. Write its for references and full particulars.   ���  SECOND- NANJX_M_OJHl.NE.&y._    For_Sale._ 1���G0__H._P. _returii_  boiler 5-16 shell, heads, 62-3 Hue.-..    Tested To i3u i<is cold wiit.er pressure.  52 ft heavy 30 lb smokestack and all   ritfinj-s  complete.     1���9x1.2  Hori.->  -.yntal slide valve engine.    1���25 h. p. Locomotive type boiler and  engine  atta_*nr_i. "  WANTED. 2���3 or 4 drill aircompressors. 2��� Sniall hoists about 16 h. p.  small boilers 15 to 25 h. p. must be in good condition.  Third Avenue. '       Rossland. P 0 Box 198  u^;yyy':yyyy$'0tffl  ^yy-yyyyyyi����m  ^���-yyyyyy'W^m  fM0-iyy'SM0^^\  last   Saturday   lo   take  char; e of the j Currants loose,..  Currants. Package   Salmon, per can   Salmon, 2 lbs   Mackerel, per can fresh..  15  20  IS  25  15  Herring, per can, fresh  .15  Herring', tomato sauce  20  Preserved bloaters  20  Flour, Hungarian....- '. 1-50  Flour. Gold Drop  1,35  Potatoes, per cwt  1:75  Oil, per case  ... 3.   5  ff*"V��^".3^-^^.V..;.--'.*-"^  P  Si.  �� �� ��  some  time   returned, from   Kamloops  last  Saturday   lo   take  char; e of the  Greenwood branch iinlsl a .������'. cccssor to j  Mr. J. W. H. Smythe is appointed.  For lessen].*, on vioim. piano, ui:indo-  in etc., see   Prof.   Eiuiffiiuin.   Green  wood Music Store.  LOST���A cheque for fifty dollars  drawn on the Royal Bank of Canada.  Grand Forks, by the V. V. & E. railway company in favor of James Leckie  and numbered 217. Firder will please  return to H. B. Munroe, Greeuwoor'?  Parties are cautioned against using  saine as payment has been stopped.  You can get the very best apple  cidet. by the gallon at the B. C. Wholesale Liquor Co.  Word came f rorn Rossland this morning that the continued threatenings  culminated in a strike, all the miners  except'those at the War Eagle and  Centre Star walking out at seven  o'clock.    All  the  B. A.  C, properties  are affected.     The strike was expected   ^_��� -c���,. ,.,   ,,      . ���:n, .,  ycs_��-' -vatxr j   ^    Evenintr   at   b.00   in  and it is feared that it may continue ��� Ucir lod(?��� room at Masonic liall. A o.rdinl  jfor some time as appareqt^eithe^^^oti ise.tettded^oai. ~�����^^  ' party is disposed to giveipyyytt.:".':y���'".->;yyV. _.l..x,    Rec. Sec,.  .-ii.  II  '(���������'&  '<'. i?  ii  ���<y  v ������*  ki'4  .���:'.  Smoke a William Pitt Cigar.    A jolly given  with every cigar at Fi'S..eSf'���    Ask for it.  .__.worn.uuM--  >*-_.__ an V  is  ��*  $��rm  Ci-l^**  When  you   can   get   the   best   cigars  the   country   at .'Fisliers'    -       :      :    :  Don't = pe s <  CLARENDON HOTEL BLOCK.  $a<  Cooper Street.  II  si.  'k't>,  t'i  H;\  i-X  ���**-.  V\V��->>v.K<y>_;-i<x--:c-;_-_.'>-..-i'-^.:->i^-^^^^^^  ^uiisiiiiiiiuiiuiauiiiimiiuuuiuutiiiiiiaiuiiuaaitiiiuijj.*  ;_.3     PETER GENELLE. PRES.  -KNERff  J. POUPORE.  SECRETARY.  j. genelle, .:CE-P/.-S.   j   General Ofiicc. f>���  I. (-i-_eiiw(n).'l. II. C.   c��*.  ib uuiu ibiu Lu ub UU. 7r:y-::,K"*  I,   \ _rucii Ac _\t'.if-ini  e���-  LIMITED.  No. 2d.  Eoundary   Vaiiey   Lodge  No. 38, I.O.C.F.  jyi EETS every Tuesday  /   \   Eveninjr ' ~"  "*  Our'   Yards   ant!  Mills   arc |j  We -*.re Manufacturers  located as follow : jj   of all Kinds of ::���-::  (*��� re. ii wood.     Pitoeni .v.   ,_         Dead- j  -~o   wood Citv. Kholt Xo. .i. jCliol Xo. j  2. __oiitr I/til.e, Rock Cr^-ok.  SI:;.-- ;  lark   Ca::it>.    X;iK*i*S|>,    i'o'o-un. |l  Ymir aii(i Rosslaud. ll  I;!| 11 MM H'i.  m  4\  ^WfflHmffi!^^  -;_:.M  .:'A. Page 6  THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.  ���'_^g  *y-,\t<  -i-W_.  *��*vy,  3S2-"  *J.��.5  a-*j-t  s_*.  *2S.!S  -ss"*"*  33!s  Genuine . ., . ,  Sold by the Gallon.  -"$3     rr   Tin* ���I     85      Ifll. _> 3.1 I' ll  1      m     ill  &S*^c.  *���"��.  as.  -**-*"*>.  *!>T(V*.  ~-#  *-fi��_"  "*-*""S  ���S./9.  ���������S.V..  'Vv!��  S_5W  Millar Rhk ���i^^^  ijI.MAAVI      lU>i \>.J��    C'ncalcal Supply Co., Vancouver. B.C.  ��� . ^ DIRECT IMPORTERS OF., , ,  -ASSAYERS   AND   MIL,I.   SUPPLIES     -:-    WE   HAVE   A   COM?!/ETE  'STOCKJDF ALL AfPAKATUS "REQUIRED IM VOUR ASSAY OFFICE.  IBL35S etc, AND BRAUNS PAT- .jfilj.   Mil   UU 'llUK" PKlutO  -���l-.N'i.a P_S( LINS  CG L<._3I-5 AT   )N J 3SA. ' FL KKACSS.    :    :_  :    :    :    :  Harvey & Robins. Proprietors.  ���Cbe lest Steel'  ���*��� 't&s'aj  Copper Street, Greenwood.  ��� CABLE ADDRESS :  MAORI.  CODE :  2UOREIXC   &-INEAX.  nl  ICbll .ttlii [III lftIltl[JU.|��tlil  THOS. MILLER, Mgr. . .  TO'LET':   Building-  suitable   for  Stores or offices.     Lot on Copper*Street,  business -centre.  FOR SALE:    Well Furnished five roomed house, easy terms of payment.  GREENWOOD, : :    : '   :      .    B.  C.  \h  xUi*��"t i -%^0i*m  bb^  ��KS-_3S-S-^-^J2_E__SS?  EngiKeerr,   and  Mine  J SaD��ri!*.tci:datits will find  ��  fer to ns -vvliea in need or \  any.-ling  in   tha    Pum-a |  line.   We make Pui-iss cf |  every descrisiion for all jt"  Scrv.ccs. I  . ik Pump Catalogues ?.n3  ���jifi Specifications sent upon  _lf,,��_!uesr._, .We. manufact- .._-,   <m isre also Nortiiy Gas anci  SS Gasoline Engine���-heal*- ftJf  M .sandy-safe.      Sena foi �� n  Ml Booklet.  fj.    Cimliffc&Mcmni..n.  )S   assiits at Rossland, 8.C.  m    Vancouver Easrlneertng  ?-h Works, aj-ents  at  Van-  *|jj couv.r, B. C-  Mf'^sm^2M3^mMMmim-^ms!^m  CITY COUNCIL.  Business transacted at the last Regular Meeting. *  Mayor Jakes presided and Aid Naden  Caulfield, .Sullivan and Ross were present at the regular weekly meeting- of  the city council Monday evening-. The  city engineer wasj empowered vo call  for tenders ior a bridge across .Boundary creek at the electric light station  and also for work onrChurch, Long  L,al;e and Louisa islreets. Th'- cemetery committee were asked to put in a  gateor siile at tlie cemetery to allow  the public admittance. Arrangements  were made to repair the portion of the  Phoenix road within the city limits,  tlie government men under foreman!  D. Bi.-u.th repairing the other portion.  The council-decided to lii'-et at seven  o'clock next Monday evening: and caii  a public meeting for eight o'clock ' the  .same.night to discuss the bonus bylaw.  Licence to an Extra-Provincial Com-  ���ICO-t-PAMES ACT, 18_��7."  HOSPITAL '.BY-LAW,  Voting   Next   Tuesday���Endorsed    by   LaSor  CVgar.i-atioi.s.  Tuesday next the vote on- the by-law  Domisi.ig.the Sister's hospital will be  taken from the hours of ten o'cio'cU-to  four at the city hall. (���_.. B.."Taylor  will be returning ofiictr. On MoiK.-iy  evening a public meeting will be held  tor the purpose of discussing-: the bylaw and .allowing the''rafeepayers an  opportunity to .ea'rn tiie det-ails of tl'.e  scheme..  All of the Labor organizations have  endorsed.-tlie by-law. L_.t- week tlve.  Greenwood Miners' uniosi. passed a  resolution endorsing the action- of the  city council in introducing tlie by-law j  and at jMo.Kiay -night's meeting*.of tiie  Trades."nd Labor council the resolution of the Miners' union was endorsed  bv that-bod'v.    The resolution-follows _  Resolved,, that this uniorx; heartily I  endorse the action of .the citv, council l  in introducitsg a by-law.to giw*.a.gran87  to a Sisters' hospital, to be e^"t:ablishec_-!  in Greenwood,-and.  Be it further resolved, that any improvement oil the present conditions.  will receive the moral and iinancia_  support of this-union.  ���LOSAL-.T.OTICES.1.  Poultry  and good steaks, ahvays-oss.  hand at the Gem restaurant.  Prescriptions- filled eorrect-5y~-Aiide_  5-on's pharrnas.v. , .  .   Kooms at the Clarendon 5<t> cents-par.-  night.  Go   to   Anderson's    pha-craac}-.   fsir  drugs, toilet, articles,   spoi-^jesj. soa^.s,.!  perfume.-, etc, .<-.reenwood..  To LET���A. fi.rnished "tlsree  rooraed  cottage.    Ar^-ly Times ofSce..  "C. C. C. G. the great nerve   bnil'der,  SI.00 at Anderson's Pharnaacy.  Seasoned . iir' or tamarack v.-.-ood.  Phone V. &. N. 123. Prompt deliv.  ery. . tf  Jhf*-  f\0&&'C$i  960 King St-Subway  r i-fir,  IIS  .!*:''?7;  m  : J ft;  \y&  m��y  \r:y  mm  w,-y  m  �����HALGYQN WITH-��  THE B. CL WHOLESALE  LIQUOR  COMPANY  ARB GENESAL AGENTS FOjRJTHIS POPULAR  NATIVE WATSR.  TH��RPE & Cfei  M^-"l -tr    /r-, ee?>. 7!--?       "?w.        /xl  3��j_ it r.**i,-,i---A M      ?����.,      6  m  r.n.i  y^\  m  :;ty(-  P  m  li-.c-':  ���'r\v5!  m  ���ViiC.;  m  m  __:--UElints.-'Einulsioti-ofLGod--iIviv.er-Gil-  -the best���Andersons tbe Druggist.  Rooms at the Clarendon SO ceats pet-  night, tf  . Canada :   ' I ���  Pkovincb of Bkitish Columdia  f  THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the "Montreal and 3-"--toii Copper Company. Ltd."  is authorized ai*<l licensed to carry on business  within tUc I'rovince of Uritish Ci<Uim1>l.t, anil  lo carry oiit or effect all or'anv of the objects of  tlie Company vo which Uie legislative authority  of the Lesrisralili-e of Biilisli Columbia extendi*.  ''The head ofliee of the Company is stinate !n  Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada.  The amoiiitt'of the capital of the Company is  5*00,0.''.. divided into tlve thousand .shares of  SHXieach.  The head office of th._ Company iu this Province is Mtitate at Greenwood, and Clive  Priiijrle. Harriste.r-at-Law. whose address is  Creenwuod aforesaid, is the attorney for the  Company.  Given .tinder my lia��ul and seal of office at  Victoria, Province of Britisli Columbia, this  lltli xiixx- of _\larcli, one ilsousand nine httn-drod  and'#Mie.  [l'.s.J S. V. WOOTXON,  Re_risti-:ir of Jovnt Slock Contpa:nies.  The foffowiiifr are the Directs for which the  Compairy lins been e.slabli.'Ued :���  a. Ti��n,''uie,.<|uai-r-.-. work,- mill, manufamiire  and prepa'-.e for sale liy :'ny process, and'to  carry, sell and deal in coal. coUe, iron, iron  ores, ���-lone, copper anil copper otbs. mau^inese  audany o.lwr minerals, clays of mineral sub-  . tauces, anciy-er.ei'all v to caary on the trade-, of  mine and co;;| o\>-uer.'.:, iron masters, founders,*  smellers of metals, and quarrymeu.and oveaud  metal dealers :  b. To pmchase or acquire any interest in,  ixnxl to liold. xvh-. or occupy atw laud's..buiH'-in'trs,  coal and oliier mines, niiiieni_,'>,.ini;:injLrorot!n:r  rij-his, e.asements <*r privileg-ss.. and' the- Company may sell ;>ud convey tlw.-samo by ciead. or  deed;.'.villi the- usual full covenants or otherwise : ��� ���        .  c. To let or wib-lel for -building-;, mininjr. or  any cither oiirp.vive any projl^rly, anti' to it'xvx:-  r.nd j^-raut any riji-lus, licenses, easements-oi  priviiojj-es: '.....  ' d. To cnusir'.sjt. purchfi'se, alter, operate.-or  i:iaii!'.ain,.or lo contribute to -lie p!ircha_e*,-cor.-  strin.-tion, alteiv.tiou, opt'ratloM.or hininie-iaiice  of any bnilitiny-. railway; ii-..mway..-.x-ire rope  .-tramway, c.aual, bridy-e. pier, road; ship,- s-ieam-  er, bai-fre or other -work calculated .to anonliaijy  facility in can-yiu-r-.on or e.-.txtMclhiy" the- liusi-  luess of the.Cor.vpauy, ..ind"to ope-.ate sucii- railway, tram way..wire, rope trani-aay. canal, wharf  ^briilire. pier. ro:al, ship. sie:tr.ier,��� baryi.,. and  ,0'ilier xvoi-;-:s by. sieam, elecyricity or other  motive power :_���  : e. To imrchas'i:,, hire, charter,. coii'*-ruot,  'm.ii'uiaiu, oporai*. or- uianu.-jct'ire for use in  coniieciion xviili a-;iy'business of the Coiupany'  any ships, steamers,, b.i i-jtre;.. rol-lir.gr-stoclc,.  juiachhiery or pla-nt:'  1 ��� f. To acouii'e a_iy.excliisiv'_;.ri).lit. iu letters  patent, f ranch istvsiF pateiit'i-i.ijriitsor pri-rilAjros  or lauds in connection'-.villi tl_e. b'i!sines_..oftlie  Company. ; ,'���'������  , tr To farm any laud held liy. the, Co:��pai!y,  and lor that pui_pose ��� to . luijr. f-ell aiutiealin  nuy-l"armin_.s_oei- or produce..-:-  , -1_. To coiistruc-.-tucl maintain.' teleg-r.-xji.li.and  telephones, and ji-enerally.to earry.on' tisc.b'usi-  ness of a teUH.ra.p-ti and. ti-tephoue. company,  and to transport-fri'ijrht and passeiiH-ers-oit land  ..ud xvater. in conristtctiou witii. and coitliued to  the Imsin ess of tiprf Company::'  - i.; To acquire -U-e-.-j:'-... ii-xx'i_! io��-aiiy-Lsiisiuess  xvith'm the. iilvjes.".* of the Company..and auy  landi^ p'rivileire^v rights aud <:ontracsu.ap"er-  taininar lo the.-saiae, and in liCTineclion xi-itl.^  such purchase lav nuderlal<e^. the. liabilities of  any company, association, partiic-rship or  person : ���  j. .'To sell or Whenvise rit'Spose-of y.he.rxvhole  or .i.ity bvanclivor part of*.Ue. busitiessor pro...  pertr of theConapany to a ay Compfuay. carry-  inj;- on.or formetfi-Jor the pui-^ose of corryiny oi_  any objects-siinilar to tUiose of ,ti_ft.Compai;s-  hereby iucorposaved: ���  Ic. To acquiro by oriantnal snl'f-eriptioit'xw  otherwise, :iik1:-.o hold, seal orpthetti.-ise,dispoi<e  of shares, stock?, debe^tuiresor deimalurcstc-i-lc.  of any company carry iuia-on, or fo-tued for t-jur-  ryiiilf ou, any trade or Uusiness.- witliiii:. She  ob.fects of tli-iContpany: :  I.'. To puic'sase, lease-or. otheisw'se acriufre.  hold and en joy.all prop.Mty.. f ratKhises. .rights  and privilefres.: held on-enjoyed by any ojthor  cotripany orcoiupaiiiets-carryiii!; or. any busi-  lwss.simila-Ji-to that which this..-Compary- is  _;uthoii..ed to carry oa. under die p.oyi_&��nnf  i.s charter. Said prcjiOTty,, rights,.fratMthises  and prix-ile;3^. xvhen p.ttrcJiase<me.-ised.o...-i-tliei'-  wise acquiivd as :tbo-_e stated shall: be t.wned  and. ..ejijoyjrd^ Jiy itg__.C.Q.iujK!inj-_.-:v8lXu6l3-.-and-  ef-ectiialiy. as . lhc amc xve-:e heretofore held  and: enjo.-juvl; by the Gompaity. from.wjiicli the  same were so purc'-iased, luv\s<;d. or-otherwise  acquired, .ubject tc��all exist.uy valid liens and  charges. .  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate  of ImprovementS-  *SOTICE.  CfROWN POINT Mineral claim, situate in lhe  Kettle Kiver Milling- Division of  Yale District.   Where  located :   'In Crown   Point  Camp. ���������,'���'*.��� -     '  TAKE NOTICE that I. Issac H. Hallett,  Free Miner's certicateNo.'BSOoa, Sor myself and as .ajrent for- Jt.hii -Donjj.aik, Free  Mmer'H certificate No.1.8117, John P. McLeod,  Free Miner's Certifica.eB2(>5ri., A-N.Pellv-, Free  Miners Certificate No. 2..09, itnd G. K. Hod(,'8un  Free Miner's certilicate No. IKW*. intend,  si.*:t.v davs from the date hereof to apply l;> llie  Mining- Recorder fo>- a Certificate ov hii]jrovi_-  iiieut��"*l"or the put post, oi obtaininKf aCioxvn'  (.rant of thc above claim  Aud further .aJtc notice that action, under  section 37, must In umnuciictd befoie Ihi^fev-  auaiiceof such ct-rrihi. n? of inip-oM.meiits. \ ,  Datext this3rd<I--> oi  Mix,!1)!1!). t"<  \,  I   It  UAIXHI T���      xi,  MINERAL ACT, -/,   '.      i \;  Certificate or !n.p_^V���rr_eiits.  NOTICE.     K  ,      >    ,  r '  TAMARACK  FRAtllON,   Mineral-clajf  .  siiuaiein  tli Ixi uie lM\ei?3__liiUi{r DIxIhioj  - :o.  YaKv Disti ict      ^'heio   located  G reeu wood c i ni p  TAKE   no'lci   tli it I, Isaal. H./HallcJ  ajrent for ihe I 11 Sj ndi*."itaj It.oitt:^  Miner's Ceruii ate Not       '  intend sixty cti\s fiom Uie ' &_  to applv to the M unnff Rcx-o^Hldn- f<_|  cate of Iniprevpnien*-!, fot tbe {  ob.aiuiimra Crc>��-i gfrintof thoaJboie.  Aud   further   tal.e notice tltatx,��jtio?_  SectiomS", .mu. I  be comnifiiGfitl before  suanceof such Cci i i fix. ite of Imp r 6\ cmsn'tST  Dated' this l'Jth drt> of May. 1901  Ml. - I H HAX-r-Eac]  m  Notice to Pre-emptorsv of Civawii-*  Lands . -, ��  i'tSaPS  ' /'"T^-*r?>~_.        .  ,.'T~*]IiE'. attenixim  of  I'u emptors   of  Crown  ; I      lauds is hereby caili i   to    n   *   ttnilmeftC  to the "Land Act," pa.s. _ l    i the I _<>. m s*. on of  the   Legislature,which   pioxidt.-.   as  tulKnvs^*  vii:-  : *.">. Pre-emptors of Cio x n land . -xxlicthcr in  arrears in paysuent.of in t tin t its of pmchaso  money or. not, whoattlie tin-.e of caiiiiuu-into  force of this Act have oUtaiued Certificates of  Improvemoii', or who .hill ha i obtitued  'Certificates of Improx(.:_nit ^ linn txxilve  iiiontlis thereafter.. shall on coii-di-muitf' with  Uu*; provisisiouSr.of the -Mini \.u, except exs  heia-by altered,, be..euti's. I to i Ijlain Cioxxu  (ri-O-nts of 'their p_e.-eihj>-_ou cl tiuv upon uom-  plc.iiijr.pay men ts-. of. ptxicli-. l itiomx it the  "ra.'o-t-f.se.verift.y-ttve.-ci'.w- OL( lex, indCiown.  trriutx-fees, vrtiluli. pay cuius m i. be in io��. as  fo Slows :������  Tweniy-li.f-.cents per icie on  or bLfort the.  3lst day of .pecom.b'orv .l'JCI  ,''Txventy-luyc cents pet icie on ot   befoie th<_.  30th day.of June, .1.03,  "���'and the-rentaiiiiu'r���  ���T.wen ty-fixe cents x>ti -icie oistir before the  ���C___-_.3-st daj_.ofr Dceoiiili r, liJi   md   x.ithout  any. f.v_.l_ec. pavniauL  of  oillilsc oj -ir-  ,rears ��f iuleref.u'*'  -W   S   GORr,  .. Dcpu-i>-.Conimis-.i)ii-.i of. luinds i". Works.  Sands aud worics Dei>i2! tunntv.  Victori:-i.l'-."C.,ls_'t_!.uue. iVlU.        Jy,4.  mju��r����E-ijiMJ��-j��u'>oi^7��Jt-i^e  MINERy-L  /aCT.  Ceirtificate.of Impifivemeats.  \y ��� soticu.  ���j'"_,EAD PCSNG. Mii-txal cl--ii_i, situaic   tu.  tl.6  l!       Kett-leKiver M-tuiiifr Ukuision of Y lie   Ri-��-  |        triclc   Where.lracotca     In Si \ 1 i3l<;i-.iiiip-  ' Ti-'AKTS KOTIC'-Jihat   \V\    Uiiirli   R    Elliot  I--, I'rw).-Miner's.t_i_rti_ijn.i iSo  I) 2. ��_S Iftibcit  Hamliii;Fr��eMitiQ<c's cetttb--iluNo "*$ 1(13.7, tmli  Waller S. "Wartm'tn.F.rti Mttiei s cc-tilicat*- I\n  B 2')-2&).Jtvteiid()0.��-ayslniiil the iltti h<iu)f to  apply to the Miuiv^j. Reci*-ilL   loi   -i   Lei liticate  of nil ���'f-u.vement-vlY.r-.tl.j puipn c nt obUitmntf  a Cro-iy,u ("rant <vf thcaVovt ci um���_  A:J6i.further.--t!U.e.,!i>iit<.x th it   tUiou, Glider*  actio>t37, must .be,comi_e-ici.d be "��i" tlix.   iht.tt  ance .-.�� such, Co_r_Uicat_-o.( Impio ��"av��.iit*.^  ljatejl this.32nd day jI M ix , Si. D XM ">  MiNEBAL ACT.  Halcvois is the best -mineral -.water on  the rnarkit. B. C. Wholesale Liquo--  Company j-*ener.-il .i;;-ents.  .��� 'TheE-.F. <>_ A. Co., se'-.s Crows  Nest coal; seasoned hartl-wood. a-iiy  lensths-, L.oon Lake ice: daily clelive*ry.  Oilice ��pp. "Windsor Hotel.. V. 0x_ N..  ���Tel. 123. if  Fi-ii.��.-h  straxvbe-rries received twice a  week at Semerfid*s. Copper street.  WhitB blouses,, all. sizes, and prices sa  G. F. ^il'iian.s.  iti*_-<_9��A-��# r*-.a*o-.>-&.**m-.ev+*r.e*-Q-.****+*4aup-*-4*x*e..  MRS.-LARKIN   '  Has   taken   charge-  of   the  rooms in the  Certifacatc; af imErvj.'eni&Btjr.  ���      ' ���-***���"* r:ri.  "ta->EVE__.*IMJ. X-. 0COO** ' r. LU -.D_.  *FRAC_ilION��'-.ud *YO!��A. l-'itV'.T-..0_>*;'  _vliuer?-5��_.lainn>.situate in in    VnKe; UeRiver  _... __M ini it !t"Diyisi'wi of-Valf? 0is-rictr^*"""*~~  ��� Whera located::    In Smiths C-xiHip.  TAKie._-'Oa.3CE that 1^.Isaac. H. Hallett, as  tijr-Jtnt foii-J. C. Uaafs. lfrue- Miner's Cer-  kilicate ?.o. __2'.U4,aiid Ucur^ra E. Foster, Free  'Miner's. Certificate No., 167 ,'speciat)  intend. si*ct__ days fjHjm date liereof to  apply tiS.the .Hii'niti��- Recucdeir for a Certilicate  ol Imp��*vetiisf.vts lor tin..-purpose: of obtaining1  a Croxx:iiiG,i:.i_T.t of the ah��i.-,;e claims.  And: fjiJi-ber- take itoa'.'ce that action  under  Sectlr.il1 37' tiiu-.d.  be. c-j/uuumced  before the is-  suaucjof site.li Certi lic_.le of Improveiueuts.  Da.tec_ ttt-SOth day cm'May, A. .1.1., 1901.  .l.t-iiW- I. H. IIALMCTT.._  *..  ���I  Si^MillMigiMMI* iOltlg^g^Mf  OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AT THIS OFFICE  MINE HAL  ACT 1S96.  Certiiicaje of !mp.rovemeiUs.  XOTICE.  *'|)!"I>r.!-. V" ���.r.iiierjil Claim, sit ���.���.'���.to lu the  Kellie  Kiver Miuni-- ili.v'isixul ul   Visit- district.  Where loi'.-tU'il:    In   Vrovideiiei. cant]..  *-5-".x i. iv :CX)Tli.'i-'.   Dial   I.   Isaac. It.   llalli.lt.  1       ,'riv uiium-'s ceriiiieate No. I'.-mt'. for uiy-  s.-lf. and  as   airi-ul   ���tor   James   Moran,   tive  iiiiiu-rs:.  ci-niticatx- -No,   ll_;,7Sl.   iu-eu'.!.    sixty  liays  from  the dale   h.reoi.   \... apply    ux the  niin'.:i'_r r, jorder  fo\.a ceriiiieate of  imurnvc-  meuis   lor lint  purpose t>f obtainixxit a  eroxvii  Lrraulof the abore claim.  And  ���*i:rlhe.i" ta>;e  notice that  action,  under  -eciioa 37. must   >.e  commenced  before  the is-  Mianoeot >ucli corti'.ic.'ite of iiitprovemeuts'.  Dated this lo     dav oi Ajirii. I'/t'I.  I. H.  HAI-I.F.T  MINERAL ACT 1S96.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  IDAHO-Mineral  Claim,  situate in  the Keltic  River   Mininx.   Division   of   Yale   district.  Where located :    Iu Louy Lake camp.  ���-pAKE XOTICE  that  I, C. JE. Shaw actinjr  _L    as accnt for J. Lucy. Free Miuer's certilicate    .-'Oj.'n    and   the   _'. A     Larsrey    estate  Free Miner's  certificate   2.62.H.   inteiid   sixty  davs 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.  Aud further laice notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certilicate of Improx-emeiils.  Dated this 32th dav of April. A.  D. 1100.  41-50 ' C. JE. SHAW,  Where she will lie 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  yon need ���  I'WNHJUllllY  svi ***** .  i Call   and   see   her   be- 2  $ fore   takino-  elsswhere. $  I ;  l>-��-��';*��4-S>^>��>fc0.'��*4->-C.<_(>��S4-fr_4-��--4O>O4->-a.4BMM  Illustrated postal cards, views of  both smelters. Do not miss seeing*  them.    Smith & McRae.  �� ���>��<D<MI*4 *-xl*txtM*tt,7>-0*0>*'* %>*t-4Q>-0+fl  I.R. P. Ritbet & Co. |  o  LIMITED.  m  WHOLESALE   GROCERS I  WINE AND SPIRIT     I  MERCHANTS.  VICTORIA, B.  C.  ���   ���   i ���  Pan-American Exhibition  Buffalo - -  $76.00.  JULY 2. 16. AUGUST 6, 20-  Epworth League Meeting  San Francisco $50.00.  JULY 13. 14 _5th.  Christian Endeavor Cosven't  Cincinnati $68.50.  JULY 2afi and-3rd.  National Educations)  Assn.  Detroit $71.25.  JULY 2nd and. 3rd.  in****-, >c-o����<o .*-are*.^-,*+*+m-++t^+ ������<a> ��-._  E. R. REDPATH. agent, Greenwoo,!, B.Cv  jf |    J. S. CARTER, h. J. COYLE,  ' D. P. A., -Nelson, B-C.      A.G.P.A., V.- -tconver ��� ��� ���'; :0t��^Mtryy0;��;m^  THE. GRJSKNWOOD WEEKLY OMMES.  Page 7.  ��� ������.-������ -. :��� ���'ffeVi:.-.-*1,**:!':.^.* -. .  PKlNCSa'ONiyrune.29.-*r:-The late railway  1;t-.;-/. ���'(--''V;v;; ������';'-A-  news'receiyefl^lTisjWieelc is very eiicour-  ag-iag-. Whe_��'7;J77Hill's new' line  reaches tlie.ju'rfjttprt'bf'the -Okanagan'  and SimilkanijeeiiTiyers, 70 miles more  of the .easiestJuiiifsjyriulrorid building  will liriiij:j- it to Princeton. As the  route is an all-river one, following- the  Siitii'U'nmeen river, an easy, cheap-anti  natural grade is- provided. That the  ^���k'line wiil come to Princeton is certain,  as mi'- i-n-il fiflfls niul coppnr minor will  "be air irresistible ittiir-tion to a btisi-  nesshkfe fCorp< i itioti like -the , Cr.-kt  "r-SfoftWirn^Rdil^iy Com pany.  y  Fr<>i)>j$, Dav mc' the -anowden   boys  y^a-^'^^Hnptclefl -i*-<-os metit   wor!-   on  \ J QjJpJOrjole   ann  Sill unn   claims    on  .   '_i��pPer Mb'rmtini    The new   develop-  i^__a_-__L  cnt on the Oi (le his piocuced   snnie  jjendidjcire, fii entue bottom of the  li-ft   being  c-o.Ltid  v. th,,  the   new  Bbe.  Iticfe Balels i li-oi ted   to   "n-ive'coni-  jted a.cc*tl^f it  lhe  Portlfiiid._rroi.iij  K'A-ajgh^G.oye.It is' _. ud   that  Jack  Pndh-ijijfeai-i'Ji'eri'vill   re.eive  Si50.000  iJr     't*  ">*Vwr and --tori-   for   thc   proper'.y.  <_-��� j��i if ft, . '     '      -  ���  ; pn?^hB-��.ers . re an Indiana com-  rpanj,7Vro'rllo't;e(l b\ Mr.-C, N. Murphy,  *>vih**>v5fec'-i_-rty7vi.il(.(1 thc Aspen   Grove  >*K-<vo ���-���:.:,.��� 7  '-.yltCesifers.   rvTrDniuld    McAlpine   aud  Mill-Sr c i me in **iori A*mj n Grove  this  v^-week,    '1 ht_. iciiiuatti  edereiopm&it  "* V.prk t iKinp- plact i> l *-c\ ��� ral properties  ajj?"-0f \i I ich i t Oi��>\. iiur; steady iin-  provemei t The little Sioux, a ney-  locidon nv iifi1 h\ Frnnk Oarcia,  shtn b bon e sen nch ore on the surface ��  *>  Smith Ct *-ti*i xfi T,  A      is   expected  to ir ivo in Piitiuloii Monday first.  Mcs_,i<, \ cdd.i md Id efer. two well  T-iiow i G-"i_��-iiv-ood u* il estate and min-  iner bn ! ei ���- ou tiled m from the Bonn-  d i. ai-.tr, i on liusday. While in  Ilu* pn I of the uoilu Mr ������ Keefer made  .t leim i lhle Diuue urn from AMison  10 Pi nee*oM tins wrt k The'distance  w is .boui thitcm \-_, m d ;ill Sin_i_<  _��� untiii lecnidsWLie broicen. .A,"wild  bull aclfc '   s picci  LiOt* i i tn_ no "-civet ninent town-  I bi te of 1 il ii ice i will b^ sold at Princ.-  i ton on the 17tli of July-by the provincial auctioneer.  A number of tlie mining* men and  I settlers in the district, Who are thor-  [oiigbly convinced of the future of the  JSimilkameen coiintn-, are'.. prre'j'.tly.  ipleaseci at the opportunity aifordei:  it hem of sieeti" injf a li.o.i tion in ivh.-i t  ���they hone will become one of the niiii-  1111"- centi e* of the <li*ti ii t  -4i  ���**pi  fe^MiMMW^  Fiesh sti a \\ liciiK-* ieio.eci   twice a'  fo cell at Seme.a'l'., Copoer stteeL.  N01ICE-  Noticc i* beithi < tveii that at the  fiext mectiiitf ot lhe L.oaio of License  Ponimissioner-. ioi the city of Green-  rood 1 will ar>ph foi an lio'el license  for the B. C. Hotel situate on lots 8 arid  block 16. map 21 on Government  |tteet in tlie city of Gieenwood  .*   Johx KlJOtlGH.  -^_">:it*ed*^iine'i.th^^  MINERAL ACT. ISO..  Certificate of linj.roveip.ewts.  NO-ricu.  flXHOOK".   "WOKLDS    FAIR    FRACT-  !.OK"aiiil'*MlSSI.N(. I. INK NO. 'FRACTION" mineral claims, situate in  the Kettle  Kiver Min 'my Division of Yale District.  Where located :   InT!reciiw<;od Cam.*.  *AKX_ NOTICK Iiui I, Isaac II. Hallett as  _      a^enit fin- C.cnrjju R. Kanen. Free Miner's  j_rtil.--'<�� K<>. 14357a, and James S.  C.  Fraser,  Iree   R.iaei's   Cerli.iiciilu   no.   l-2')234,   intend,  Ixty i'-.i.vk irom  date liercuf.  to  ajmly to the  Jiniii).'Kiicoixler for  Certilicnles of Imyrove-  lents. for tin* ���nirpii.-' of obtaintn|_r a Crown  IrautK of Uie aliove claims.  ���AikI fiH-llit'i'-taKe iiiuice  that actions, under  lotion  37,  muht be cni-iiiiiein;ecl  hirfore the is-  ]a::ru of Knell Certiliciiles of Improvements.  gO'ited tlii.s2Stii day of [���'ebinar.v, A. I). Dill,  m-o ' I.U. HALLKTT.  MSNEFAL ACT,   1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  B\Nl)V   Mineii   Claim, situate  in tNe Kettle  Kiver Jlhiinir Division of Osoyoos Disirict. \  Where located:   InGivenu-ood camp, sonili j  of the Tamaracli j\Iiii_ral Claim. -I  "���\AKIS _.OTICK that we, Sydney M. Joh/i-I  _       son. Free  Miner's C enilicaie No. J_812i) I  liil If. h. Morgan, Five Miner's Ceriiiieate No.  B'Xil., intend, si.\ty days from tliu date  lieri;< -":  I apply to the miitiiiir recoitler for a certi      I  Iteuf improven tints for the pni-|-ose of oblai  ff�� a crown ifraii' of lliAabovc claim.  ���And  further lake  notice  lhat action, um! _  lotion 37, must he commenced  before the i  Banceof such c< rtifictleof improvements.  !Datecl;-.}iR 16th dav of March, A. D., l'AU.  -W  N�� B.���Gontracts have been let for a new hotel, general store, assay office  and other buildings,    Fishers new saw mill at Rendell is running full blast,  'MINERAL ACT   1S96.  Certificate of Improvements.  '   ' ,   ' '      NOTICE.  -���.'QUI'-.ACE." Wiitetal clliin, rtltuat- in tins-  Kettle Ri\er Milling Division of Yale Dis;.  rict. ' Where located ;    In Greenwood carrn>_  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. Hallett.'a-s  ap-eut for Hubert Jaffray, Free Miai-r's.-  ceuiticaseNo. _*_''_2., AVilliam T. Smith, free  n.iiter's ceriiiieate Xo. U2''S3.., Robert Wood,  free miner's certilicate No. 1__..C.V.., anr3  Kvan Parry, free miner's certilicate No.  I in''''.-;.1, intend, sixty days from the 'dat-.  liorcof. to apply to the Miniuir Recorder  for a Certificate of Iniprovements for the purpose of ubtahiitijf a Crown Gram to tile above  claim. ;  And further  tal.e  notice  tiiat  action,  under  section 37. must lie commenced   be/ore Uie issuance of such certificate nf improvements,    ���  D;ited this loth dav of April. 1.01.  I.   II.   HAJ.L.'-TT.  MINERAL ACT 1S96..  Certificate of -���r.prcvenic-r.ts..  * NOTICE.  CLIMAX mineral claim, sitaate in the Kettle-  River -Miniitfr division   of   Vale  district.  Where local cd:    In Skylark camp.  -pAK__ NOTICK that I. Isaac II. K.illett. as.  X.     aren't for ('-o.!_t_  R. Naden. i'ree laiiu'r*-.^  ���certiiicaie  Kc. 1.3S7A, Joint  T. Hell, l're_ miner's certiiic s'.e No.   l;.t).V',   Anll'.ir   :N.   Pelly,  free  niiii.r'i. ceri'.licalf   Ko.   2';.V.J1.   and    Cer���'  aid    T.     Hoi'.;-M):i.    free   .miner's   ccrt'ificai<_  '\o.    IWt'lj.     iiiteiid.    si.vty    days    from    the:  date lieraof.  to apply 'to tiie mining  recorder  lor a certificate ol   i:u|-rove::ieius,  for thoy.ir-  pose oi obutiiiii-.L' a crown   (.'rant-to   the above-'  claim.    '  And further lake  notice that  rtcvkni.  uncle.:  seciiuri i~. must be commence.!  before the   issuance of such certiticv.u of improvements.  Dated this'��� I2tli dav of April, l'.'lil.  I. II. HALLETT.*  Mineral Act'?S96.  .    CEF-TU~.CA.TE f).: JiW-'.'OVeA'E!. Tf.,  NOTICK.  And further take nolice that- action unr*ev.  -eciiou 3T must l.a commenced before .the issuance of such certilicate of improvements.  Dated this 27th cay March. A. U. VII.X).  20-_4 ' C. JE. SHAM'.  MINl.KAI, ACT, IW.  Certificate of }ffij.roviirp.e.i?s.  KOT1CI-  ���lOBIIRT EMMET   Mineral  claim,   sitnte.'in-  the Kettle Kiver Miiiir.^    I'i vision   of   Yalis  Distiict.  "���AKi- NO'i'ICI". that I..C. IF..  Sl;:;v.- aciitt_r  a.-,   a^-eiit   for    C.   .1.   McAn'tiur.    ?,''n:s_  Minei's  Ceiti'i:c.-i!ei.r2'i'3i.   (1.  R.   _-_.th.it.    '_'ite  Min.M-'s ceiiiliihtl?   No. . 1.*���.".-. aiul   the I*. A.  f.anjr.'ry   esl-.i'.e,     I-'rei.    -Miner's     coi tiiican.  $".  2|:.2>L'.     inteiii-. ;��� sivty     (iavs    _n'r*    II:i_  ���hii'*     hereof-.    Id'      apply      to     liie   , Minir.;.  I-.. _or.lei- f,:r ,���; -.'. riiircaie of ImproM'.mcr.is. ..-;���.-  tiie p-:; pc.ve of ob,.:iiiiiu-'- a Ciinvu Cran. of  the:  ibove c!ai:p.  Ami   li-.nl-.er tal-a*- no'.lce 'that  ae.ioti. under  sectio;-, "7. nit'si   J-.e c-'-imepi;. ;i   I.i:*:t..-:-t.'.  the  is-  'uauce of such Certiiic.ite of Imoiovement:..  l):;-"il ���l,is27t]i d.-.v of J.farcii.'l'.'.-C'.    -  20-3. * c .a., sujy.r.  Jit-flll^u Iil?lJ*jL>;  C inifvOrli'ibla funns-hec" rooms-'i  Private Boh rd. Home Cook-I"  in_f. Board :nid room from.:  S7 :.i. week and ii-nvarc.--. ||.  -_-^-T��'J-.l.  -���Tr.^j���'ufvjx^n���.t..:jcwnv.TT.T&n..  MINERAL ACT.  -t^t-T.^TT-tT-rt-f   ^y    ^���^���^^^4444-t^^-   ^r'rh  rt_awgnrjgJJ^jqgaiegn��KJ^lJ.^Ttyasy^^  ���HJJH ��'r,-____tLAJ.ilIJJgaiJ^^!.3-_-��  ^n?f?nHi?f?!fnff?mmf!!?!??!HHni!!!n!fiH??niifii?f?fnfn?fff?f?H!?mmm!!!mmff?f?!H!fnff?^  MINEKAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  I ej_-���-  es toooer  ---���MONTREAL. QUEBEG-  MANUFACTURERS OF  JAKE VTE"W m5����r?1 fii��!->-. bi*--*--* *- �����*���-  Kettle Ki-.-ei luininir _��i��i.iiv��r_ o_ t^.- - ���  trict. Where located : In Lonir Lake  Camp.  -���AKE NOTICE illative, Robert Wood.Free  _.      _tIiner*.s.Certificatc No. 132.75., and C. L.  Bhrmiet, Free Miners Certilicate No. B2V659, in-  fnd sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  | to Mininf."-Recorder for a Certificate of Im-  Jonements,  for  the purpose  of obtaining  a  f-own Grant of the above claim.  __nd further  take  notice that action, under  etion 37. must be coiinnenced before the iS-  ance of such Certificate of Improvements j  _��a*ei this 4th day of March, A. D.,19U]_  3ra-  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE 2  DUPLEX ani CORLISS AIR COM- .3  PRESSORS . . .���; ��� 3  BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc!  Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills.  rs: COMPLKTE'-MINE EQUIPMENTS  �����~-<./-i-'*ALL KINDS.-  STOCK CARRIED IN. RQSSLAXD. ^J  R. H. ��,. nScKally, C{oss!as_(i. B. C.:,  ^iaiiiiiiiiaiiiuiiiiiuuiuiiiiuiiiuuiiiiiiiiyiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiL^iuiiuiiiiiiiiyiiiiiiaiiuiuiiiiaia^  Certificate of Isnyrovenents.  NOTICI-. ^  ������CIG     FOC7R".    "PAHAGON",     "T-'JIjU"  "GHAXU     CENTI-'A.r."    ar.sl     '-KAPA"'  Mineral Claims-itn.-ie in llie   ICettle Rivec  .Mininy I'.'ivislo:: ol Yale District.  Where locale! :    In Kimberley Camp.  TAKE-NOTICK si_.it 1 Isaac H. Hallett. as-,  asieni l'or .'olin Din-in. Free Miner's Certificate No. lUWii. j-.i-.nes L. Siertle. Free.  S 'i-r's Certificaie No. I_:v.'M2. Dennis Dillon,.  Free Miner's Cenificate .-To. P.^.y., and Jii.eph  P. Kelly. Free -.linerV Ceriiiieate No. E2 ;!I1,  intjnd sixty days from the 'iau: liurei.f. to apply-  to the Mining U'ecord.'r lor ;-. Certificaie of Improvements, for the purpose of oblainint.' a  Crown (.rant of the above, claim.  And further mhe notice t.iat action iiinicr  section 37. inns', be .ommeiKvd before the issuance of such Ci.TI liicnte of Iiiirirover.ieiit.s.  Daied Ihis 12ih <lav of April. T'ol.  m.*U 1. H. -IAI_-._.T'r.  MINICR.M. ACT, 1.''%.  Certificate ox Iinproveiriciits;.  NOTICE.  "t'ARMI " Mineral Claim, situate in tin.  "Ceil'ic .'.iv'.'i- Miniuir Diiision of YaV Ilis-  trici. Win-re Inciiti'd : !n Carmi camp on  tiie West For!.' of Kettle Kiver.  "PAKE SOTli:E that I. Forbes J... ICerby,  i CK., ns :nr,'iit for l-dnmuiHl Keathcou:-  Tlirnston. sree miner's certificaie No. -7d2U  ;*.ei:ri_-e A Sonneman. free miner's certificate  N<.'. 11-121)20. and .los-pii 1.. 3'..-iiisconii*.-  free miner's certilicate No. li-U'U''. in-  rend si.vty oays from the ilale hereof, to apply  :o the -inning Kecon'.er for a Certi!k...l. of  improvements, for tlie pr.ipo.i! of obtain inv a  Crown Grant of tlie above claim.  Aii'.!  lui-llier   tai-:e notice that action. nii.Ier  -ection o7.   must  be commenced befoie  the  issuance o/stic'ii Certi licate of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of April. I.ul.  FORI'-*-,  -M. KEKKY  JAO  muii, in. ne  GREENWOOD.  A  \  \.  ! ,*.s Page 8.
THE  GREENWOOD WEEKLY TIMES.
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PROPRIETOR.
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that the porphyry is not mineralised at
all." ,    .    ''
Cutting thro.igh theabove described
rock formations are several faulting-s
having- a g-eneral northerly and southerly strike, with a slig-ht dip to the eas
There does not appear to have been
any great vertical displacement, but
there are indications of a more or less
extensive lateral movement. It is in ■ r
near this faulting that the ore is for.; d
extending into the country rock iu a
leiise-shaped mass so far as developed, !
having an extreme width of about (5
feet by about 200 feet in length. Ths
extends from the surface of the gr, u d
to a d_p'.h of nearly 300 feet, beiow
whieh it nas not as yet  been  f l'.owed.
As will be seen from the cross section herewith the ore lies in close contact with each porphyrttii. intrusion,
both above and below it, the o.-.ly elTect
having been a pjssible slight throw
the ofu to the east. The ore itself is
chalcopvrite, pyrrhotite and some py-
rite; with a small quantity of goid and
silver. On the edges of the main ore
body bunches of specular iron und zinc
blende occasionally occur, but never in
the ore mass. The specific gravity of
the ore is 3 65 to 4 00. Garnet rock is
the mineral most intimately associated
with the ore, occuriug around the edges
of the ore body and occasionally in
masses in the midst of it. A noticeable
feature in the entire absence of oxidisation of the ore body, at lhe outcrop tr
elsewhere".
Trie mam ore mass is made up of
more or less horizontal sheets of ore
varying from a few inches to several
feet in thickness, possibly maintaining
very much the, •form of the original
bedding of liuie.ione, of which it is
probably a replacement. Thcrecis no
cementing of these layers, consequently great care has to be exercised iu
breaking the ore, for if too.large an ex-   <;.,,, -,.,... -     „
cav-nion   be   made without careful  '{    '.oishice very much to be- considered the "'cheapest place
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8¥E STOCK
mz0
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aud an eight drill compressor! with - O *
and 70 horse power boilers, but a larger
plant -will probably be. installed shortly.    A large amount of   prospecting
work has been done with  the  diamond
drill, for which a contract was taken
by   the   Diamond   Drill   company   of
Spokane.    T.ie result of this work has
been  to  prove  the existence of large
bodies of ore.   As the Canadian. Pacific .
ail-way runs right through the ground
ihe mine is in  direct communication •
with all the Boundary smelters, as wcl)tr^,;v',;;';j«-sr---^
as  those at  Nelson  and Trail.-    ■phj£j)ij^|''i7y"7
WMMyJl
power Hue of the Kettle Kiver'Pc^ety0Mi<0]l
' t.yxT.i,-cJy:yl'j}.c:i^ii^
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JSiUll'L
is a large and varied one, every line is complete ta
itself, and strictly first'class, Not a shoddy as* dele in
} any of the lines. They all concede that our stock of
Groceries is the nicest and freshest in the city, Prices
consistent with the .quality  of the  goods,    \Ve would
company also  traverses the proper.,
and the latter company will   shortly;''
in   a position   to  supply   power tt^thej^
mine  at  a  cheaper rate than hitherto^T-.
obtainable. .:,-   '.'r'7
Strawberries fr.s'i fronn my ranch'ibJl;
any quantity  from  1  to SOO crates atByi.
Crowston's*. tf  'y3>.'".'>:
. y -.sS'-X'
"Dromogrlp-cures, colds—15 cents—~7;l.
Anderson's P!iarniac\. ,"   '      '   n-fffi
Dr. Mathison, de ui-^t,  over'Baak. oJJS|_|p:yJ
Commerce.   Both '..hones.     • '\i?!^m^M:^
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THE E- C MINE:
S.   F.   ParrisTi. M.  E., in tli- B.   C WlainE
Record.
This property, the R. C. mine, owned
by the ''3. C." Chartered Company,
Limited, of Montreal, Quebec, is situated iit Summit camp, in the Boundary
district, in the divide between the
North Fork of Kettle river and Boundary cveek, about midway - between
Grand Forks and Greenwood.
The'location was made i_i 1896 and
development work was commenced in
the summer of 1S97. A shaft was sunk
t'*i a depth of'160 feet, mostly in ore
and vein matter. From this two levels
were turned, one at 50 feev and the
-Second- at 150 feet, and drifting was
stav'teci   in   a   general   noitheriy   and
timbering one sheet will fall from   the |
one above it by its own weight.    It has j
been found   necessary   to   timber   the
stopes  with  square   sets   throughout, j .
there being nootner practicable method j
of supporting- the   gioniid.    The   sets
are made of   ten-inch   square   timbers |
and are    placed    with    live-foot   centres.
SNOWSHOE
Company .Successfully Floared in England.
• Dev&.opinent "Work Done.
Mr. McMillan, brother of A. J. McMillan managing-director of the Rossland anci Slocan Syndicate owning the
Snowshoe mine at Phoenix camp, was
up at the property last week and
returned to Rossland ou Saturday, tie
stated that he expected his brother
back from   England   shortly.      Word
in town, there are. so many VERY CHEAP QENS,
but we do think that we .come very near being the
best    Try us, and tell us what you think,
THE
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*ln lllfom
lIMIJiHir
UUUuluiu
COMPANY, LIMITED.
■Southerly direction, following the strike j comes from England tliat the Snow-
.of--.he ore body, far as it could be deter-j shoe company, has been successfully
mined. '
A branch of the Columbia & Western
r.tilway was completed to the mine iu
the autumn of 1S99, this i'eing a spur
from the line from Eholt to Phoenix,
and early in Jantiai"., 1900, ore ship-
n_ent¥^veFe~slaTfeti"f7:oin*"tiie*dumpsi-of-i
ore accumulated during the development work. In June of the same year
stoping was commenced.
The mine is equipped with a sufficient plant to break and hoist more
tii an 2.00 tons of ore a day through the
present shaft.
The country is limestone which has
undergone various degrees of alteratio'n
from a white crystalised or marbeiised
rock, containing about'4S per cent lime
and 7.30 per cent silica and having a
specific gravity of 2,67, to thoroughly
metamorphosed limestone, having ordinarily a smail gold valu'.*, about 3-100
of an ounce, and containing 70 percent
to SO per cent lime, with a specific gravity of about 3,00. There are diilerent
-.t.iges of -.iiteration, of course, between
tlu; iibove-mentioned limits, one piece
of i'i I'.'l. not in:r'''t|'.ioiil!y showing v..ri-
•_•.•■- degrees of metaiuorp'nisin.
The n.ici'O.'-c.'piCiT.l deu-nninations  of
rvvv.
. iotice' of assignmeh.|^^P:
Pursuaat totli" "Cr-3itors Trust D.eds^(Ssl|<|i|@
and Amendmsnts Thereto. ^^^yf^iS.
Notice is hereby given that Geprg-a.7ir.y_iv)
F, Williams, of the city of Greenwood, 77|yy
in the province of British Columbia,
dry goods merchant, has by deed dated
the 28th day of June, 1901, assigned all
his estate, real and personal, to John
Frederic Helliwell, of the city of Vancouver, in the s_.icl province of British
Columbia, accountant, in trust, for the
purpose of paying and satisfying thc
claims of his creditors, rateably and
proportionately and without preference
or priority.       ■
The said deed was executed by the
•stiid George F. Williams, assignor, and
lhc said John Frederick Helliwell,.
tri' -'ce, ou the 28th day of June, 1901.
All persons having claims against,
the s-ud George F. Williams must forward particulars of their claims, duly
proved as required by the act, to the-
said trustee at his office, Molson_i Bauk
Chambers, Vancouver, _3C, on or before J.ily 31st, 1901.. After the 31st day
of July the trustee will proceed to distribute the assets among the parties
entitled thereto, having regard only to
those claims of which l.e shall then
have r ceived notice. :
Notice is also given that a meeting
bf creditors of above estate will be held
on Wednesday, July 17th', 1901, tit 3 p.
ra. at the office of the trustee,: Molsons
Bank Chambers, Vancouver, B.C.
Debts must be paid forthwith to the
trustee's  representative 'at  George F.
Williams'  store,   Greenwood,   or   for-
wnrded to the undersigned.
' JOim FREDERIC I-IELLIWEIvL,
Trustee.
Dated at Vancouver, B.C., July 2,n901
»••• •;.^h:.-S':*»'-s •?*»**•;■-i-'-h:;*:--*.***•'.sjs^
"-™
•ii   S"% i»nv
,  .■/■■«   _.__«'*0-_.   Sror*-
LL ci
fioaled   and   that  ample  funds  are on
hand for working'the mine.
A recent report regarding the Snow-
shoe says : The ore bodies existing iu
this mine are of exceptional magnitude, rivalling the big get and more
widely—famous ^deposit^-.of-,-t"ne^=._Qkl
Ironsides and Knob Hill mines, which
lie near. The property was one of the j
first locations of the district, and was
at one time, under "ootid ' to Patrick
Clark, who, however, was compelled to
to abandon it iu consequence of the
heavy expense of development without
railroad facilities.
About 4500 feet of development work
has been done on tiie property. An
immense body of ore is now in sight,'
from which a consi
been shipped to   sm
ore bodies are under development.
They are distinct from one another,
but may have a common source* at
deeper level. A shaft has been sunl^
200 feet in <»ue of the^e ori* bodies, with
lateral drifts and crosscuts. The surface shewing of this ore body is immense, and many thousand, ton*- can b;
quarried out frum the surfao . The
ore   in   tnis deposit  carries   goid   and
a nun:ber of .■.pecimens ot*   this   highly : silver in   a. decomposed quart--, gatigi.e
altered   limestone   l.ave   revealed   the j ,..-f  such   a  nature tliat the gold can be
piesence  of*   the   following   minerais. I freely panned.
most of which are seen in   each   speci-1     The second ore bony was first opened
men: quarts, plagioclase, epidot.e,  gar-! up by the Canadian Pacific railro:.d in
net, xeieite,  magnesium   and   calcium ! tiie  course  of  the construction  of its
c-irbouates, actinolite, kaoliue,   pyrite, j line,   whicli   runs   across   the   group.
cli"c>!.il"_- and serpentine. I Here the surface showing of ore is  im-
into this mass of tock sheets of   por- ! mouse,  and   subsequent   development
phyry. varying' in thickness, from four
or five feel tu thirty odd feet, "nave   i«-
tr-uded, the   intrusions   having'   appai-
ently followed more or less closely   the
bedc_iu_r of the  limestone.    A   Micros
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derabie to.rage has. | _-__%£_ ddiQ boys top shirts, so to interest cash buyers we have *
leiters.    Two.   main j v ■-- '■ *: ll*
pui the knife In a number of up^to-^date lines/ JC Shifts all
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copical examination of these sheets of
eruptive rock reveais the following
minerals: pb-gioeluse, orthoclase, mic-
roclitic. biotite and a little qunrtz, and
the decomposi'ion of these minerals,
vi;',: chlorite, carbonates and kaolinite.
Au analysis of two different varieties
gives respectively, silico 82.69 per cent
and lime 2.37 per cent, and silica 53.21
per cent and lime 5.52 per cent: specific
gravity about 2.67.-   It   will   be   noted
work has shown nr-  an   enormous  ton- |
nage  ox ore.   the  vein   in some places j ■*
being from 100 to 120 feet  wide.    This i -:i
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ore consists of  chalcopvrite   aud   spec-]..:;
ular  hematite  in  a  gangue of quartz,
the  main   values  being   in   gold   and I
copper.     Pay shoots of high grade ore j
I are  iuterspread   throughout  the  vein,
'and  the  richer bodies run from £40 to
IS100.  but  the  average  for   the  whole
width  oi the ore body as at present developed  is between 58  and S10.    The
company is .reported to have  in con-
temp'atiori the erection of a smelter for
their own ore.
The mine is equipped with a five dr'il
Men's**   Oxford   Shirts
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