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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 15 March 1902

KEW BANKING HOUSE FOR CARBON AND GALLATIN COUNTY "Montana is becoming a state of banks and banking?" said a St. Paul traveling man to the Inter Mountain hotel reporter this forenoon in the lobby of the Thorn ton. "Band banks?" queried the scribe as he whiffed the smoke of a prime Havana the knight of the grip had given him. "Not on your life," was the emphatic reply. "Banks that deal In money and are run by men who have sand enough to start them. That is the kind of a bank I mean and I will tell you of two of them that are being started in the Eastern section of the state if you whl curb your impatience long enough to listen without interrupting." "It's a bargain," said the reporter, and then he was told. Two New Banks. "Down in the good old county of Gallatin there will soon be a bank started by R. D. Steele and W. S. David son. These two gentlemen have been in business in Gallatin county for a number of yek'rs. Each of them are well known and hhs had experience in handling large a...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 15 March 1902

wNATThf 1 A 1' - r t-f ZearfotP, catcher: William J. K.itn, shortstop, with prolbatly M.t('iarthy for that pIosltion later and Mcilntyrt as the last but not least of the "hreavies." W'on't that look good on ai Ilutte score book ? Zea;rfoss, dtespite (thnaluts in rsome iof the newspapers, Is with Iul It this sea son. lie hIas biirn signed for soli weetks but has just securead hlils release frin Tacomai for a prite-a prire far, frill' bie low the $00 first asknil for by Ihie 'Ta onma people. TheI'l llllllntrt IS sirlil toi be in BIutte, lthollh i I'rsidhnit luan has nothing biut that stave snmile, whlh lihe la tcultivating for lh' seasonr , \h in asked about thie miatter. Katie lilis signed i and his ti rolilm r l: been forwardtled fi' it St. orils. ''hi, new shorltstutp was \ ith t ill. SNe York league bill his rIlease i ia, securedli ill orlde' thai lit iight sign .to h tloskey. Kane is a great sltop, a htiry bttter and oine of the lhst itlllId tr'i iin htI minoIr leagues. Ills hail...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 15 March 1902

Tnt INTtR MOUNTAIN'S AIACONDA DEPARTMNT DID NOT RIfNCH STORY OF EXEQUTION OF COM MANDANT SCHEEPERS. AS TOLD BY AN EYE WITNESS Resident of Anaconda Reoeives Letter From a Friend Who Saw the Whole Thing-Blindfolded and Tied to Chair. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, March 15.-A resident of Anaconda has received a letter from a friend now serving in the war in South Africa, and among other things men tioned is the execution of Commander Scheepers, by the English troops, which took place some four weeks ago, and concerning which comparatively little is known except that the execution was carried out according to the verdict of the court-martial. The writer says: "I went to see Commandant Scheepers shot at 3 o'clock. "They brought him from town in an ambulance with a band playing and the firing party following behind. "When they got him to his grave he begged to be allowed to stand up and face death, but they tied him down in his chair and blindfolded him and 15 of the Coldstream G...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 15 March 1902

LNEWS OF STORIeS or MON TANA IINES AND IIAND 21Z MINES AND MilNIN CAMPS RDCS AT THE[ OLD HILL D~VELOPMENT WORK IS PRO GRESSING RAPIDLY. STRUCK A FLOW OF WATER Two Pumps Required to Reduce the Volume-Upper Workings of the Property Are Full of Good Ore. Hugh I. Wilson and Thorns It. Illnds returned Thursday from a visit to the Gold H1111 mine, located about two minles above Parrot, Madlleson county. The property is owned by lMessrs. Wilson, Hinds and A. J. McKay, the latter of Whitehall, anti s a gold ore producer of more than passing note. It i. developed by two Iunnels, one above' the other. The upper one has been drive'n into the mountain about 500 feet and the lower one possibly 52 feet, both having bttbeen carried along the colurse ,t' lite vein. At a pollt about 110 feet from the entrance to the lowe'r tunnel a shaft hrs h1Olen sunk 100 feet and el i'rkini n are now driftintg for the pl.ysheooi foUlll in the upper workingsan a which the ownerst are reasonably (crttlin countluell...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 15 March 1902

................N..Cc...****** .......** .***** S @.o. ee.eeeeeeee"O.e.eseee Nme e.e · SOCIETY NEWS OF MONTANA. ".S. N "IýNýý N ýýýýýýýýýýýýNNNýýýýýýrýNNýýýýýýýýýýýý !Deer Lodge. (Special to Inter Mountain.) EERI LODGE, March 15.-Charlie Parker went to Anaconda Mon day. Henry Sharp of Ovando was it the county seat Tuesday. Little Miss Ruth Maxwell returned riom a visit to Anaconda Monday. Allan Williams went up to Butte last Saturday for a short pleasure trip. Capt. W. C. Dutton, who lectured here for a week on Intemperance, left Wednesday for Carvallls. Rev. A. D. Martin went .to Anaconda' last Sunday where he preached at the Presbyterian church morning and even ing. Mrs. Barbara O'Neill returned Wednesday from a short visit with her son, Dr. W. H. O'Neill and family, in Butte. Mrs. J. H. l Hasselberger went up to Dutte Saturday evening where she has since been visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. F. W. Gulletet and daughter re turned Sattrday evening from a visit to Anaconda, wher...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 15 March 1902

ý-E r . . ý . ' M r ~1, . dr,' / 14 I IINGtS are moving lively just now In clut ,irc'.hs, the coming biennial and the local elections engrossing the attlntlion of club women of both the large and small clubs. 'T'he Ibiennhll, of course, cloes not interest the unfederated clubs, but it does the four who are in the f.derat ltin and who, if they have a membership large enoug h, will have to clect a delegate. There is only one such in Butte-the Woman's -the delegate from which will proha bly be elecited next week. In smaller clubs, where the nmtnbe'rshllp is limited, only the president or the preside-nt's appointtcee ann go as dllthgate. One Butte club to nie on t'he safe side, if an eleItion shitld bte i t Icesairy, In due form elected a delegate, who will be apthlohted bIy Iltt' prtesident as her substitute if that is the prope.r thing to do. Next \wee.k the other clubsIi will probably learn wheither their respretive pres.lidilnts will gio is delegatIes, and if not, the iapplolintment...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 15 March 1902

U & r Y rA ev *1 '1 ~~Y~YYU IY~~~~/ * COMING ATTRACTIONS. e * Sutton's New Grand. x * March 16 and 17-Lectures, * * Father Nugent. * - March 21 and 22-' 'Ostler Joe." - g* ** "Y Union Family Theater. . -* Dark. x*- Maguire's Grand Opera. * * March 16 and 17-"The Man From x - Mexico." * e "-- 4 A: Margaret Theater, Anaconda. * *- March 19-"The , Man From *I x Mexico." " F OUR performances of that merry bustling , Shakespearean comedy. "The Taming of the Shrew," were witnessed by large and appreciative audiences at Sutton'. Broadway theater this week. The trend of the play with its spark ling comedy andi infectious mirthl was fol!owed closely by an audience respon sive to the subtle witticisms and whole some humor cleverly depicted by the various players. Interest of course centered in the prime nmovers of the' farce. Mr. Hanford as the violent, yet harmless Petruchlo, and Miss Grantly as the impetuous, satirical Katherine. Mr. Hanford's vigorous portr'tyal of the boisterous, swag...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 15 March 1902

ti iYY aaa &AM AAX AAI &W AU %P V LN A&AAN ·i, N,- a iiiiB IIn. 'I'll' iIIII 1 f' ' . r II I-III " ^ i,1 : N( r V "'T IS daly dull tlis weenk'' nginning to show ant outward ind visible peoph le rI rially and truly ibs that thly arle be.ginning to Irealize that aspect of nit' n( l c t llte. It ibn ias tlnhe cr'y, and so it has bhen. At last they have done those things theiy iought not have done aind left un done those' they shouldl have done. 'Thalt there is iL wearilness Inn ninny Is evidenced by the w\\holesale diepartiurlne of the soc'iety leadersn for more cton genial scenes untiIl EnIst(r Is here. The wteek has hbeen mInlad up, of iismall afnairs, the socelty concer't rThurls day evening and the HIlntford e'ngag'niemen.t leiing a)lt the only r'l:ll events of the week. 'inhere hains l tn the usualt sinaII grist of a'd i liparties, lins, luncheons and dinnerlls but, on the wihole, It has been'i thet qulet'ist eupk of the winter. Ping-r 1ng is with i us and perhapts the...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 15 March 1902

KT MISS LULU WARNER, MILE8 CITY. Kismets Met With Mrs. Laughin. On Monday afternoon Mrs. Hugh Crawford Laughlin was ho tess for the Kismets, and the members gathered promptly at her' co':y home on West Park street. The new rule of playing eight hands at every game was tried' and voted not' a success. so the club de Cided to return to first prhhciples. The prizes were unusually handsome, the work of the ho4tess. The first was a beautiful placque--a poster girl head in solft dull border and aesthetic t o'or ing. This went to Mrs. Ignatius Don nelly, who could not have lost it if she had tried, as she won all but one game. The second prize was a wall match safe in china, charmingly painted, also the work of Mrs. Laughlin. Three were tied for this-Mrs. teinh'ardt, Mrs. Ful ton and Mrs. Cheeley. On the first cut Mirs. Reinhardt dropped out. The others cut first each an ace; then a jack, and then Mrs. Cheeley cut an ace to a king and won .the third prize. The tallies were also the work of...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 15 March 1902

-_ 6ti or rT fi ýº i ·-61 iCK a.P y. ý -c--- ý_ 1 ' jg , - - i B.y Col. W. F. Jandirdr.. E AlILY In Juni, 1487. 1 l ft my h11n, at \'irginia ('lty fur Fort i'lnton t(i 1 r mt miiy filoily (hen E on their .,ay fromn tile, 1,is/t to Montana i1:i the Mislorl River on the st-eanle'r Abn ai. itemnfllining olre llen day4s at Fort lienton in 'ailly expetctat lion of their' arrival''; I n(cvepted the Iin vitation of the I ';lptailn of a Plittsburg Iowut, theI "Yorktown," to go ilowin the river and meet tlhem. Monmentarily ex p'ctirlLg to s(e tlhe boat I sat on the deck for tw o, lays whenV.i at Spread Eagle astr, nearll Fort I'lnlitn, I iwas. trlansferred to the iiiturillog st .' nino'r whic'h was nearly three weet'il. th'reafter reaching Fort A little btolow the mouth of the M'tritsB imlpatitt nt it the Slow progr.ss of 'o1t1" it; elt .'er, ii the 'Icompanl; y of Walt.t. ' ''rutilnbll I stepped tiashore and walking ltout' ol lie tiles 'i'ioisl a biti d bolarded lthe (]ullutin, Cap;tlthi 4 ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 March 1902

HTTT INT MOUNTAIN. VOL1 1o E " - + , + " F.UTTE. MONTANA. MONDAY' .. N|PG. MARCH Its 1902. TCE FIV$ CE IIVB CENTS ._ ......... R JI ,. ;-- - :_ "" ·: :..:... '"I( L .Ur lt I -*C 'l ... . " ... .. IRELAND '$$SONS DO HQNOR TO PATRON INT "Ohb Paddy &ear, and did you hear T10 news that's going 'round? The Shamrock is forbid by law T% .Irow on Irish ground. St. Patrick's Day no more to keep, HIis 'color can't be seen, Ar there's.a bloody law again Tae wearin' of the green." With blare of instruments, with* the ponip and splendor of a semi-military pa4de, with the eloquence and fervil oratory of the patriots came forth the Milesia. descendants today to do honor to their national patron saint-he of the ophldlan warfare and the emerald hue. St. Patrick's Own Day. It was St. Patrick's Day this morning and the bragh gossoons and pretty col leens were out to sing the hymn that stirs every Irish heart and to participate in the ceremonies incidental to the great Celtic holiday. Everywhere th...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 March 1902

aST IN YARS1 C=Goo £anLaoaD. RAf LWAY TRAFFIC STOPPED Pered That Both Loss of Human Life I- and That of Stock Will Be Great--G.tting Warmer Now. (By Associated Press.) lt. Paul, Minn., March 17.-South Dakota and the Canadian Northwest ha" experienced the worst snwstorm in, many years and railroad traftfic is practically paralysed. The Northern Pacific and Great Northern have not m~nved a wheel for nearly 36 hours iI the bllzard-strucken district and have abandoned all efforts to do so for the present. The high wind has piled the snow in Inotntainous drifts and packed it in solid masses, many passes being entire ly filled. N- No Trains Since Friday. The mercury is falling gradually and is now at or below zero. Not ai trans continental train has arrived In St. Ptuli since Friday and nIon is expected for several days. The Northern 'Pateli reports its West-bound and coast train, which left St. Paul yesterday morning, tied up at Fargo, the road beyond there being blocked. It will start a...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 March 1902

Meataa's awgs t ermcry Mar.17 Our Delicious Butter Pound 30c LUTEY BROTHERS 000D GROC ESISCII[EAP 47 W. Park Phone 68 AT Smith & Mattingly's Hat Store The Styles are Absolute ly Correct, the Quality the Best. Spring Styles in All the Fashionable Shapes and Colorings now on sale. DUNLAP AGENTS Smith & Mattingly, The Batters and Furnishers, 117 N. Main, Butte. MONTANA UNDERTAKING COMPANY Funeral Directors Bipert Bmbalmers THOS. LAVBLL, Prop. Thos. Sullivan, Mgr. Phone 8s. 2as E. Park, Butte Jewelry Repairing This store grew to its present size and prosperity through our watch and Jewelry work, We also exchange old Jewelry for new, allowing full bullion value, for the old. Optical Work We have been fittl i glasses for many years, and ou success as an optician has never been complaine$ of by patrons or physicians. Our reputation has to be sustained, and It would do great damage for us not to give the best service ad. vanced science affords. Come in and have your eyes tested. If ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 March 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN LUOeld gvery Evenin, hazoept Sunda. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mall to Inter Mountalp Publlshing company. M. A. BERGER, Manager, 10 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Omclal Paper of Silver Bow county and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mail, in advance...... 7.60 By carrier, per month................ .75 MONDAY, MAIt('H 17, 1902. WLcNINU IBE UnKcn, Today in the city of Butte Ir!ish so('Ic tirs are engafed in the celebration of St. Patrick's day, joining In appropriate exercises in honor of thie anniver'sary i. Ith characteristic enthusiasm. PFir 'weather gave additional charm to the outdoor features of the ocearlon, and the parade and the speechmaking have been alike enjoyable, while the program of the day and evening promises to colm pare creditanbly with other slmilar c'le .iratlons In Butte. The exercises of the day ilmply en thusiastic loyalty to the traditions of Ireland. Obedient to a nationatll custom, Irishmen have celebrat...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 March 1902

New Features in Pianos have the constant attention of the manufacturers whose output Is rep resented In our stock and the best are adopted, as our latest exhibits will attest. We never rest content with the triumphs of a decade ago, but offer Instruments of the latest construction, design and finilsh. You may see something new if you call. It's a real pleasure for us to show you about the place. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main Street Removal Sale... We move about rlarch 25 to new Clark building, corner of Park and Academy. One-Third Off All Goods Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Butte, 'Phone 294 1Drawing Instruments I; sets and single instruments, Bilue PIrlnt and Drawing Material, Typewriting Papers, Iibbons for all Machines. Mimeograph Supplies --Fine Statloney--Blank Books of all kinds. EVANS' BOOK STORE 12a4North fialn'Street, Butte. That Cosmos Picture Sale Was only booked for one month and there are but two moire tweeks of it. It was the most popular Art S...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 March 1902

CA1 OULIC MISSION .4 IXCEEDINGLY SUCCESSFUL THUS ,.. FAR AT BUTTE CHURCHES. WILL LAST ONE MORE WEEK Thousands of Men Have Attended the Services and Masses During Past Week-Three Weeks' Mission at Walkerville Coming. The Catholic nlmissin now being 'ln cluded in this 'ity is pri'oving ver'y sle ceseful. The seirv'' lesi1 IIan I Hs at St. Patrick's and Saireod Ilhealt c.hurches yt~tterday werle at tended l y great crowds of devout ('atholils. The milsilon serv Ices at both churches last week w\erte marked by a large atltendalcle. The lutisslon Iat week was for lnii'n only, and the services w\'aIre Ilste('led to by ilnlmaenlse 'onllgregtlation of I.i lln, w\ho were deepl'l y IIllIa.msrsell by Ii ,,' f..l'veil t. Berml'llIo s l ad listr c tl'lotli 't tl of the Zei i lIIlus mlisslon fathersl'. The silitilng caleity of th'e chl'ihl's ulas taxct ito thei utter miuht by the colngrel'l.'tionsI, and te , is sions flor men alre rlii'ideil by the is alo atl'Jer IS J1 11ing siguu ll}y tlt:1r.SSf...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 March 1902

dII-jlvEs' .ILLNESS IS SERIOUS_ 1,4 ) .. . OH t YIONEE JOHN NOYES. PIONEER. John Noyes, one of the best known pioneers in the state, and who has lived in Butte since the founding of the camp in the old placer mining days, is ill with nmeumonla at Hot Springs, Arkansas. Ills condition Is suid to be serious. He has been ill about two weeks and his sickness has assumed a serious phase during the past two or three days. Mrs. Noyes left for Hot Springs immediately after he became ill and has been with him since. Mr. and Mrs. WV. McC. White left for Hot Springs about a week ago, and Mrs. Arthur P. Heinze of New York joined them about the same time. Mrs. White and Mrs. Heinze are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Noyes. Mr. Noyes and D]avid N. Upton of this city came to Montana together along about 1865. Prior to their advent In this state they mined in Idaho. Both were ploneers in McClellan gulch and worked placer ground there for several years. They came to Butte in the .arly history of the camp...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 March 1902

FI1 ! U - ik~ aAL ~ CQ ~ Zr ara~~~~ v ý-ý `ýýý ý -, ý ý r ;r,~ The strong winds Interferred with the scoring by the members of the Meader ville Gun club yesterday. These figures tell the tale: Ormsby ..................... 18 17 19 14 Barnett ................... 15 17 18 14 Martin .................... 19 21 18 20 Bertogllo .................... 1 17 13 16 Plummer .................. 17 18 14 15 Pinazza ................... 15 14 17 16 Buccilnj elll ................. 15 14 13 10 Qullice ...................... 18 18 17 18 Snyder ..................... 24 23 20 19 Ed Finnegan and Jack Williams of Walkerville shot at two sets of 25 birds each, with the following scores: Finnegan ........................... 19 22 W illiams .......................... 17 18 Ed Long andd (li Hughes d.f'latled Martin Duffy and Maurice ('ongdon Ifor the $50 purse yes,,t,lirday by taking thiree games out of five at the North Main street handbuall court. The scores were' 21-15 in favor of Long and Hlughos in tIe fir...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 March 1902

TI! IN TER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA EPAIIflltNT ST. PATRICK PAIADE AND CiELBRAIION IN ANACONDA TODAY '(Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, March 17.-The St. Patlck's day .festivltles were well attended in Anaconda today and old residents of this place say that the celebration held here in honor of the great patron saint of Ireland was the most elaborate ever held in this city At 8 o'clock this morning divisions Nos. 1 and 2, A. O. H., and other Irish societies, assembled at A. O. H. hall. At 9 o'clock a procession was formed, which proceeded to St. Paul's Catholic church, where high mass was celebrated and a sermon was deliver'ed by Father Calla han of Butte. Route of Parade. At the conclusion of the ceremonies the procession, was retortned and under command of Marshal Phil Greenan and his aide, James O'Mara, proceeded east on East Park avenue to Birch street; thence south to 'Third street: thence east to Adams street; thence south to Fourth street; thence west to Cherry street; thence...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 March 1902

* S 01STORIES LII lufES A'ND flINING M.ONTANA PROs. CTS CAMIPS PRODUCERS MONEY IS NEEDED ISAFT OF THE fNMA CANNOT BE BUNK WITHOUT IT. STOCKHOLDERS TALK IT OVER T'hey Decide to Bell 160,C00 Shares of Treasury Stock at 50 Cents Per Share - Just a Year Old. A meeting of holders of stock in the Butte Mining & Developmenit ,omilanly was held in linlton Inst Mroan y aind it was decided to thll 1r;t0,iiOl sHlitre's of sto'k in the company's treasury. 'Thl slshare are to be sold alt 50 ceints oealch, and thoiise who already hoil stock 're to it giv'en the first chnnie to buy theirn up. Of the 160,000 sh'ares, 10tl,000 were hlil by fIie promoters of til enterllr ris, , but itr'e returned to the treasury. Amongi the Ilultte stolckholderls aho it tended the meting wt ere A. E'. S.,rlggs and J. H. Lynch. The company is dv\'lopiing the I:lllllli claim in this city, thei shaft lin \\ithic is now about 600 feet dlilep. Itelative to the 'op:iany utl proIl I'y, a recent lIsue of a iistuon sti'k ...

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