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(pSS™)   Grand Forks, B. G, Tuesday, August 25, 1903
No. 85
Bob Nelson is Severely Injured While Blowing
Up Stumps.
Late Saturday afternoon Boh Nelson, who was engaged in clearing
land near the racetrack for Ed
Ruckle, was seriously injured by a
premature blast. Nelson was at work
blowing up stumps. On the stump
on which he was at work one charge
of-, powder had already been exploded without affecting it. He refilled the hole before it had cooled
sufficiently, and while he was leaning over the stump to light the fuse
the second blast went off.
Nelson was severely injured about
the body, and also sustained a fracture of the skull. The shock of the
explosion rendered him unconscious
for three hours, and it was at first
thought that he had been killed outright; in fact this news was 'phoned
into the city. The injured man
was removed to the home of Joe
Burwell, in the Ruckle addition,
with whom he has been boarding.
Dr. Northrop was summoned, and
he arrived promptly and dressed the
wounds of the unfortunate man.
Nelson is about 40 years of age and
unmarried. At present his recovery
is reported to be progressing very
satisfactorily.
A Fortunate Misfortune
Neil McCallum, who has been selected as the Liberal candidate for
Grand Forks riding, was one of the
('anadian voyageurs who went up
the Nile in '84 and '85, a campaign
in which W. A. Galliher, M. P.,
iilso took part. Mr. McCallum is a
gentleman and a scholar, but had
Ihe misfortune of being born a Liberal.—Nelson Economist (Conservative).
Not a Demagogue
Neil McCallum, the candidate selected by thc Liberals of Grand
Porks electoral district, will make a
capable member. He has had a
long and . successful business ex-
' perience. He is thoroughly imbued with sound Liberal principles,
and while not a great orator, has a
straightforward common sense way
of putting things that appeals to-the
intelligent electors. By returning
Mr. McCallum no part need fear the
result. He is not a blatant demagogue but his sympathies  are with
the masses and he will always be
found advocating measures that will
tend to develop the resources of this
great province and will be for the
betterment of all classes.
With such a candidate the Liberals of Grand Forks district should
enthusiastically enter the fight. By
electing Mr. McCallum they not only
help the great cause of Liberalism,
but they elect a good man to a legislature that is sadly wanting a good
man.—Greenwood Times.
The session of the city council
last night was rather short. Mayor
Burrell presided, and all the aldermen, except Feeney,  were present.
The chairman of the water and
light committee was authorized to
accept Mr. Wolverton proposition for
installation of city water in his
residence at the foot of Observation
mountain.
Mayor Burrell appointed the following committees:
Works and Properties—Martin
and Feeney.
Water and Light—Gaw and Peterson.
Health and Relief—Peterson and
Gaw.
Mr. H. C. Hanington, of the board
of school trustees, was present, and
urged an appropriation for the construction of porches at the Winnipeg
avenue entrances of the school building. He read a letter from the government superintendent of education.
That oficial stated that he thought
the prospects for a further grant
of $4000 for the Grand Forks
school on thc reassembling of the
house were very good. Mr. Hanington thought that, on the strength
of this promise, the approaches
should be built. The snow and ice
falling off the roof during the winter
season was a positive danger to the
children entering or coming out of
the building. Aid. McLellan said
that this danger could be removed by
having the snow scraped of the roof
of the building whenever there was
a heavy snowfall* Thematter was disposed of by the mayor appointing a
committee, composed of the board
of works and Aid. McLellan, to inspect the premises and report at thc
next meeting. The committee, in
company with Mr. Hanington, will
visit the building at 9 a.m. tomorrow.
The Mayor and city clerk were
anthorized to sign the reptal of the
water pumping contract between the
C. P. R. and the city of Columbia.
City Treasurer McCallum was
granted a month's leave of absence,
and City Clerk Bower was named as
treasurer pro tern.
J. Oil
Visit This City and Phoenix
by Special Train and
Teams.
A party of Great Northern officials consisting of Louis W. Hill,
assistant to President James J. Hill;
J. D. Farrell; assistant to the president in Seattle; H. A. Kennedy,
assistant general superintendent; J.
C. Eden, assistant general traffic
manager; G. O. Somers, assistant to
the fourth vice-president; H. A.
Jackson, general agent at Spokane,
and Charles Chamberlain, of Spokane, arrived in the city Saturday
morning from Spokane by special
train, and at once took carriages
awaiting them at the depot for Phoenix, accompanied by Jay P. Graves,
general manager of the Granby Consolidated.
They were shown over the Knob
Hill and through the Old Ironsides,
and after looking ovpr the proposed
entrance of the Great Northern to
the camp, they drove back to this
city. After a visit to the Granby
smelter, the party left by special
train, at 7:25, for Morrissey.
While nothing was given out as
to the object of the visit of these high
officials, it is generally construed by
the citizens to mean the early commencement of construction work on
both the Phoenix and smelter
branches of the V., V. & E.
G. H. L. Hobson, of Vancouver
one of thc provincial agents of the
Loiidon Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
of Canada, was in the city last week
in connection with the Christina
Lake Lumber company's loss by fire.
The loss, which occurred on the
13th inst., was adjusted and settled
last Saturday at $2750. Messrs. B.
Lequime and E. Couture, thc principal shareholders of the lumber company, express themselves as highly
satisfied with the prompt settlement
made by the insurance company.
Reports from Nelson say that
Miss Ida Tencate, who recently conducted the Clarendon restaurant in
this city, is doing a thriving business at the Nelson hotel and cafe.
The house is located in the business
centre of the city, and is the only
European hotel in the city. It is a
good place for Grand Forks people
to stop at when in Nelson.    A ' bus
meets all trains and boats.
Seven carloads of horses came in
yesterday morning from Republic
over the Kettle Valley lines. Last
night they were reshipped over the
C. P. R. to Broadview, Man., in addition to two cars from this citv.
Dr. F. A. Sinclair, who has been
connected with the customs service
in this city for about four years, has
been transferred to Winnipeg, and
will leave for that city about the
lstprox. Mr. Sinclair's numerous
friends in this city will regret to
learn of his intended change of residence.
The Canadian Law Times, commenting on the new edition, shortly
to be issued by the Carswell Co., of
Toronto, of "The Law of the Canadian Constitution," by W. H. P.
Clement, of this city, says: "The
advent of this able writer on the
constitution of Canada marks an era
in the history of constitutional
study. It is by far the most complete and comprehensive work yet
attempted."
The following attractions have
been booked by Manager Lew Johnson, of the Biden opera house: Sept.
20th, New Orleans Minstrels; Oct. 12,
J. R. Pauline, exponent of hypnotism and mental telepathy; Oct. 24,
Elmer Walters, in "A Millionaire
Tiamp;" March 25 and 26, Harold
Nelson company.
John Haverty, of this city, has
been appointed district agent for the
Loan & Savings Co., Ltd., of Montreal.
Advises have been received in this
city that the government has appropriated $100 for the purpose of repairing the road on the east side of
Christina lake.
Addison & Knapp, contractors, of
this city, have been awarded the
contract for the erection of a $31,-
000 wholesale liquor warehouse in
Calgary, Alta.
Rev. E. P. Flcwclling, vicar of St.
John's, Phoenix, has accepted a
pastorate in Dawson city.
Couture & Lequime's shingle mill
at Cascade was accidentally destroyed by fire recently.
The V. & N. Telephone company
is taking down the old Columbia
line between this city and Greenwood via the North Fork road. ®li? Efottttuj £>mt
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The Evening Sun,
Phone 55. Columbia, b. c.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1903
The Sun will be sent to new subscribers from now until after the
provincial elections for 25 cents.
Thk Tory press says Mr. Blair is
the seventh member to leave tbe
Laurier cabinet in seven years.. But
tbat is different from the seven Tory
cabinet ministers bolting in one day.
The resolutions passed by the
Grand Forks Liberal association,and
printed in The Sun last week, in reference to taxation of railways, are
being extensively reprinted, with
approval, by the Liberal newspapers
of thc province. Regarding these
resolutions the Greenwood Times
says: "The leniency with which
railway corporations are treated, in
respect to taxation, is one of the
legacies left us by Conservatives, who
were always slow in doing anything
that 'might antagonize the big corporations. As a result the hard
working farmers and the artisafis
have been forced to pay heavy tributes to the government. For the
purpose of issuing bonds and for the
purpose or arriving at a valuation
upon which the road is expected to
pay dividends, a railway company
generally places a high valuation on
its property. It should pay taxes
on a similar valuation, and municipalities are justly entitled to a fair
share of such valuation."
Friday, July/31, was a great day
in the history of Canada. It witnessed the -launching before the
house of commons of the gdve.rnrncnt
project for the building of another
great transcontinental highway, destined to exercise a most important
influence on the development of this
great country, and marks a great
step forward in Canadian progress.
In tin- most concise language, Sir
Wilfrid Laurier outlined the project
iqion which thc government has
been working and for which thc
country had been waiting so long.
He reviewed the ambitions and mistakes of Canadian railway building
in the past. He pointed to present
needs and the present dangers of our
commerce between the interior and
the coast. He showed what Canada
is to be, and invited Canada to make
ready for her future. Time after
time the chamber rang with deafening applause. Even on the oppo-
.   sition side of the house the members
could not refrain from testifying
their appreciation of the sentiments
uttered. At the conclusion of the
speech there was a tumult of enthusiasm in the house, and none joined
in the applause more heartily than
the ex-minister of railroads, Hon.
Mr. Blair. Below we give a few extracts from Sir . Wilfrid's speech,
which are worthy of the attention
of every thoughful Canadian:
Wo ask parliament to assent to
this policy because we believe—nay,
we feel certain, and certain beyond
a doubt, that in so doing we give
voice and expression to a sentiment
—a latent but deep sentiment which
is today in the minds and still more
in the hearts of all Canadians, that a
transcontinental railway' from the
shores of the Atlantic to the shores
of thc Pacific, and every inch of it
on Canadian soil, is a national as
well as a commercial necessity.
That such a road must be built,
that it is a national and a commercial necessity, that it is a corollary
to our status as a nation, that it is a
requisite to our commercial development, is a proposition to which up
to this moment I have hoard no dissent.    ...     |
To those who urge upon us the
policy of .tomorrow, and tomorrow
and tomorrow; to those who tell us
to wait, wait, wait; to those who
tell us to pause and consider, to reflect and inquire, our answer is no,
this is not a time for deliberation,
this is a time for action. The flood
tide is upon us that leads to fortune;
if we let it pass it may never recur.
If we let it pass the voyage of our
national life, bright as it is today,
may' be arrested in the shadows.
We cannot wait because time does
not wait, because time lost in these
days of wonderful development is
doubly lost. We cannot wait because at this moment there is a
transformation going on in the conditions of our national life which
would be folly to ignore, and a crime
to'overlook. We cannot wait because the prairies of the northwest,
which for countless ages have been
roamed over by wild herds of bison,
or by the scarcely less wild tribes of
red men, are now invaded by the
white race. They came last year
one hundred thousand strong, and
still they come in greater numbers.
Already they are at work tilling the
soil, sowing, harvesting and reaping.
We say that today it is the duty of
the Canadian government and parliament to attend to tbe requirements of this vast, growing country,
to heed the condition of things.
This new railway will be another
link in the chain of union. It will
not only open territory hitherto idle
and unprofitable, it will not only
force Canadian trade into Canadian
channels, it wilt not only promote
citizenship between old and new
Canada, but it will secure our commercial independence and it will
forever make us free from the bondage of the bonding privileges. For
that reason alone it would be worth
all the sacrifices and far more than
we are called upon to make.   .    .    .
Sir, it is therefore with a firm
heart that I offer this scheme to
friend and foe, it is with a firm heart
that I present it to the Canadian
people. I am well aware that it
may scare the timid and frighten
tbeir resolute; but, sir, I claim that
every one who has in his bosom a
stout Canadian heart will welcome
it as a scheme worthy of this young
nation for whom a heavy task has
no terrors, this young nation which
has the strength to face grave duties
and grave responsibilities.    .    .    .
Pickling  Season
Don't spoil your Pickles by buying Acid Vinegar.
Pure Cider Vinegar Pure English Malt Vinegar
Pure White Wine Vinegar
We have just received the first consignment of  local
whea} for chicken feed.    A No. 1 quality.
JEFF DAVIS m CO.
The "Club"
Ol'POSITE POSTOFFKIIC,
First Street.
Highest grade imported
Ports, Cherries, Burgundies, Etc.
C. C. TILLEY, Prop.
Tun Sun will be sent to new subscribers from now until after the election for 2o cents.
Strength and vigor conic of good
food,   duly  digested.    "Force,"   a
ready-to-serve wheat and barley food
adds no burden, but  sustains,   in- j
vigomtes.
Thk Evexixg Sun job department
is the best equipped in the Boundary for printing neat pamphlets
and price lists. Our material is
new.    A new broom sweeps clean.
THE MILWAUKEE
A familiar name for the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railwuy( known
all over the Union as the great railway running the "Pioneer Limited"
trains every day and night between St.
Pan! and Chicago, and Omaha and
Chcago. "The only perfect trains in
the world." Understand: Connections are niada with" All Transcontinental Lines, assuring to passengers
the best service known. Luxurious
coaches, electric lights, steam heat, of
a verity equaled by no other line.
See that your ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee" when going to any point
in the United States or Canada. All
ticket agents sell them.
For rates, pamphlets or   other   information, address
11. L. Ford, H. S. Rowe,
Tiw. Pass. Agt.,      Gen. Agent,
Spokane, Wash.     Portland, Ore. j
L.  P. ECKSTEIN
BARRISTER,-SOLICITOR, ETC.
Mohuison Hr-ocK,        GKAND FOHKS, B.C.
BICifCLES--Clevelands, Massie-
Harris, Imperials, Columbian, Ramblers—all top-notchers—for sale and
for rent. Also a complete line of bicycle sundries. All kinds of bicycle
repairing. Geo. Chapple, First St.,
opposite postoffice, Grand Forks, B. C.
Klondike pool table. Only one
in city.    Grand Forks hotel.
A special 6 o'clock chicken dinner
will be served next Sunday evening
at the Pacific hotel, opposite the C.
P. R. station.
HEADACHE
IN THE MATTER OP THE "LAND RI5GIS-
try Act" nnd in the mutter of the  title to
Lot 20. Block  20,  Map S2, Nortli AiMition
to tiie City'of Grand Fortes, lu the Osoyoos
Disvision of Yale District.
Whbkkah, the Certificate of Title of H. 0.
Griffin, being  Certiilcate of Title Number
5042a, to the above  hereditaments has  been
destroyed, and application has been made to
me for a duplicate thereof]';
Notice is hereby given that a duplicate certificate of title to above hereditaments will
lie issued at the expiration of one mouth
from tiie date hereof, unless in tiie meantime
valid objection to the contrary is made to
me in writing.
Lund Registry Office,•Kamloops, B.C., 21st
April, 1903.
W. H. EDMONDS,
District Registrar of Titles.
CURED
By using Dr. Howard's Headache Wafers.
also. ..
[DR. HOWARD'S CORN CURE
Will cure Corns,   Warts, Etc.
...Kon sale by...
H.E,
&C0.
f AGENTS.
N. oMcLellan C& Co.
WHOLESALE and retail dealers in
HAY, GRAIN, FEED AND FLOUR
Phone 78       Winnipeg Ave.        Grand Forks, B. C.
NEW STORE   «e7   DONALDSON'S
THE PLACE TO BUY
HAZELWOOD ICE CREAM AND ICE CREAM SODA
(A fine Ice Cream Parlor to eat it in.)
all leading braxds of Ganong's and Lowney's Chocolates
CIGARS Finest Candies * j» Choicest Fruits
DONALDSON'S NEW STAND »««
t THIRD ANNDAL
LABOR
DAY
CELEBRATION
AT
Phoenix, b. c
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
SEPT. 718
1903
Special Railway
Rates from all
points.
Hose Reel Races,
Rock Drilling Contests, Horse Racing/
Etc., and a long
program of Caledonian Sports.
IN
PRIZES
$2000 Prizes
GRAND BALL
in the Evening
of September 7
(
E. P. SHEA, Chairman.
N. H. SLACK, Treas.
W. P. WILLCOX, Sec.
PERSONAL
Gity Treasurer McCallum left this
morning for Toronto, where he will
spend a month visiting relatives.
Mrs. McCallum, who has been spending the summer with her parents in
the east, will return home with her
husband.
Jay P. Graves, of Spokane, general manager of the Granby Consolidated company, is in the city.
James Addison returned from
Calgary last Saturday.
J. Burtt Morgan, district manager
of the Mutual Life Insurance  Com
pany of  New  York, returned last
Saturday from   a trip through the
Slocan country.
Mrs. J. Burtt Morgan is visiting
in Vancouver and other coast cities.
Wm. Towe, electrician at the
Granby smelter, left last week for an
extended visit to his old home in
London, Ont.
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Averill have
returned from un extended trip to
California.
Miss Clara Farrell, who has fully
recovered from her recent illness,
left last week for Porland, Ore.,
where she will visit friends.
Miss Margaret Eyre, of this city,
is camping out with Miss Prather,
of Spokane, at Liben.y Lake, Wash.
Mrs. Chas. Magee, of Chicago,
is rapidly recovering from a severe
illness.
Mrs. Wright Walkei has returned
from an extended tour through the
New England states and the Mari
time provinces.
J. R. McKay, secretary of the
Douglas Mining company, of San
Francisco, has returned home, after
a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. W. Hodges.
If you want to buy Halcyon Mineral Water call at the Grand Forks
hotel.
If you want all the local news,
read The Evening Sun.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Grand
Forks—J. K. Robertson, B.A., pastor.
Services every Sunday at 11 a.m. ard 7:80 p.
m.; Sunday school and Bible olass, 8 p.m.;
Westminster Guild of C. E., Tuesday, I
p.m.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH-Corner Main
and Filth sta. J. F. Betts,pastor. Servioes
overy Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.;
olass meeting at close of morning servioe;
Sunday sohool and Bible olass at 3 p. m.;
prayer meeting every Thursday evening
at 8 o'olock. The public is cordially Invited.
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH (Churoh of Eng
land), Grand Forks, Henry Steele, vicar-
Holy Communion, 8 a. in.; morning prayer
and sermon, 11 a. in.; Sunday sohool, 3 p. m.;
evensong and sermon. 7:'W p. m. All are
cordially invited.
Pacific Hotel
Phone i>9.
J. J. McINTOSH
Opposite C.P. R. Station,
Oolumbia, B. C.
G. J. HAYWARD
CUSTOMS BROKER
Consignments send to me will
be passed Customs and distributed speedily by unexcelled facilities.
FREIGHT AND DUTY PAID.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Reference:—
Eastern Townships Bank.
NOTARY PUBLIC. REAL ESTATE DEALER
OFFICE IN MINER HOUSE.
Grand  Forks, B. C.
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PRINTING
Just What You Want
Just When You Want It
GOOD SERVICE is composed of two elements
—excellence of the work and promptness in
the execution. Bad work executed promptly is not good service—good work delivered behind
time is not good service; but the two combine to
make one of the most necessary, but hardest to obtain and often most expensive, requirements of the
twentieth: century business man. That we have
learned the lesson in theory we have shown. Our
customers will testify that we have also learned it
in practice.
WE PRINT:
Price Lists
Pamphlets
Letterheads
Billheads
Statements
Invitations
Ball Programmes
Businss Cards
Visiting Cards
Shipping Tags
Dodgers
Envelopes
Etc., Etc., Etc.
We Carry a Complete Line of Stationery in Stock.
4*
Our Jobbing Plant is new, and consists of the
latest and most popular faces of type and the
most up-to-date machinery. All workjguaranteed
to give satisfaction.
t^e Evening Sun
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ACIFIC HOTEL
MRS. NICHOLS & MISS BAILEY,
PUOFHIETOKS.
First-Class Board and Rooms,
$2 Per Day.
Special Rate by the Week.
This dining room is fii'st-class
in every respect. Table supplied with the best to he found
in thc markets.
OP. C.P.R. STATION, 6RAND FORKS, B.C,
\
Hay,
McCallum
&
Wright
Mining and   Real
Estate Dealers
M •
Insurance te its
Lots Fob Sale in all
Parts of the.City.
Choice Garden Lands
at Low Prices.
MONEY TO LOAN
COLUMBIA   ST.,
IIHANI) FORKS,  B. C.
BOUNDARY MINK AND SMELTERS
Foreman Holman, of the Mother
Lode mine, has been doing some remarkable work lately in ore extracting. With a force of only 55 men
he has for ten days or more supplied
sufficient ore to keep two furnaces at
the smelter in operation—some 600
or 700 tons daily. He wanted, and
still needs, 15 or 20 additional men.
The tonnage shipped from the
Snowshoe mine is once more creeping up above the 2000 mark.
Richard Plewman, manager of the
Winnipeg mine, has closed negotiations for a ten drill straight line air
compressor, says the Phoenix
Pioneer, to take thc place of the one
destroyed by fire in May, 1902. It
is now being loaded on the cars, and
should arrive at the mine early next
week, when it will be installed as
soon as possible andplaeedin operation. A new building for the machinery is also being arranged for,
and an air of activity is beginning
to prevail at this long quiet mine.
Mr. Plewman is making his headquarters at the Winnipeg, and will
give the operation of the property
his personal supervision. As soon
as the water is pumped out
sufficiently, the work of taking out
and shipping a good grade of ore
known to exist on the No. 1 level,
will be started. For the beginning
the ore will probably be sent to the
Boundary Falls smelter, at which a
most favorable treatment rate has
been secured.
A resident of Phoenix has invented a gold saving machine, which he
claims will do what so many contrivances have thus far failed to accomplish, viz., save the fine gold
from black sand—of which there
are untold millions of cubic yards
all through the west, along the rivers
and on the coast, all carrying some
gold.
ISEEMAC 1
I     FOR BARGAINS 1
§        New and Second-Hand §
o       Goods Bought and Sold *
I     STOVES A SPECIALTY     1
% N.D. McINTOSH |
%    Cor. Bridge and Second Sts.     %
HOTEL JRRIVALS.
YAI.K.
J. E. Irving, T. W. MacLennan,
Fred Cowans, Rossland; F. H. Ferguson, W. H. Lewis, Vancouver; F.
L. Anstrutter, Portage la Prairie; C.
L. Dooley, New York; E. McNett,
Portland; Allen S. Halls, Hesperus
camp; Alfred Arnold, Yorkton; T.
A. Home, Toronto; R. E. Milne,
Victoria; W. T. Hunter, Greenwbodj;
('. R. Wilson, Bossburg.
For Sale—Three-room house;
cellar, brick foundation, well built;
also desirable lot; near (.'. P. R. and
(I. N. railways in Columbia; cheap
for cash.    Enquire at Pacific hotel.
Don't forget to leave your order
or Ice with F. Miller.    Phone (14
BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary  mines for
•1900,  1901, 1902, 1903, and for the past week:
1900        1901.        1902.   •    1903. Past Week
Granby Mines,Phoenix... 64,533   231,762   309,858   223.797       7,803
Snowshoe, Phoenix	
297
1,721
20,800
39,142
2.160
150
Mother Lode, Deadwood.
5,340
99,034
141,326 '
71.(107
4,640
Sunset, Deadwood	
8'04
150
7,455
10,461
480
Morrison, Deadwood	
B. C. Mine, Summit	
19,494
47,405
14,811
19.3(15
R, Bell, Summit	
560
650
8,580
10,916
561
Oro Denoro	
1,070
1,040
785
2.757
561
Winnipeg, Wellington	
Golden Crown, Wellington
2,250
625
Athelstan, Wellington	
L'200
550
825
15(1
King Solomon, W. (topper.
875
No. 7 Mine, Central	
665
482'
Citv of Paris, Central	
2,000
Jewel, Long Lake	
M)
350
2,175
Carmi, West Fork	
890
'    219
634
Providence, Providence,..
129
Ruby, Boundary Falls...
Miscellaneous);	
80
3,230
3,456
325
Total;  tons  99,730   390,000   507,515   377,045     16,360
Granby Smelter treated... 62,387   230,828   312,340   211,986       7,893
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