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Displaying completed and published resources of collection #0050 from Columbia Basin Institute.

Completed records in this collection: 999

C.P.R. Kootenay Lake Tug : Newspaper exerpt Kalso Kootenaian - C.P.R purchased large tug being constructed near Nelson. When c
C.P.R. Kootenay Lake Tug
James Baker : Provincial secretary Colonel Baker made statement in legislature that government has made arrangemen
James Baker
Crows Nest Construction : Newspaper excerpt Kaslo Kootenaian - Rossland board of trade approached C.P.R. officials about propo
Crows Nest Construction
Crows Nest Construction : Newspaper excerpt Wardner International - ongoing notes on railway construction and steady inpouring
Crows Nest Construction
Elk River Crossing : Kootenay Valley Land company to lay out town lots at Elk River Crossing.
Elk River Crossing
Goat River : Provincial government appropriated $500 for a lockup at Goat River.
Goat River
Kaslo Notes : Man in Kaslo charged with seduction jumped bond in the sum of $2000 and local newspapers turn cold s
Kaslo Notes
Kuskanook Notes : Kuskanook to have a post office within a month, and local man charged with murder found quilty and r
Kuskanook Notes
Last Chance Mine : Newspaper excerpt Nelson Tribune - group of claims near Kuskanook yields high quality ore showing go
Last Chance Mine
McBean : Newspaper excerpt Wardner International - McBean claims Sand Creek district to show development in t
Nelson Notes : Due to Nelson insurance companies not lowering their rates, it is proposed to tax them $200 per year
Nelson Notes
North Star Mine : Newspaper excerpt Spokane Chronicle - one of the largest mining deals to date in negotiation at Fort
North Star Mine
Rossland Notes : Rossland has forty newsboys and along with Nelson is now customs port.
Rossland Notes
Transportation : Provincial government set aside $13,000 for roads and bridges in East Kootenay, should have been at
James F. Wardner : Wardner started into transportation business, planning to take advantage of scarcity of supplies exp
James F. Wardner
A. E. Watts : Liverpool man who spent last year in Fort Steele district will be coming back to area with syndicate
A. E. Watts
Cranbrook Baker Home : Local art sculptor working the soil at Col. Baker conservatories to show them the high art of garden
Cranbrook Baker Home
Garden Avenue : Cranbrook has new bridge over Baker Street near Garden Avenue.
Garden Avenue
Cranbrook Trading Company : Cranbrook Trading Company moving to new store to furnish staples and delicacies as well as a pony ex
Cranbrook Trading Company
Bank of Commerce : New bank managers arriving in Fernie and Cranbrook.
Bank of Commerce
Cranbrook and C.P.R. : Land Commissioner of C.P.R returns to Cranbrook after a couple months away and was surprised at grea
Cranbrook and C.P.R.
Cranbrook Notes : Comings and goings of residents and visitors in Cranbrook.
Cranbrook Notes
Crows Nest Construction : Crows Nest Pass Chief of Construction satisfied with the progress of work being done in Cranbrook an
Crows Nest Construction
Golden Age Mine : Railway construction workers uncover ten inches of solid galena while working on a right of way thro
Golden Age Mine
Police Court : Trials of drunks, disorderlies and other offenders agains the law.
Police Court
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