Business Survey: 0051.0605

HOW EAST KOOTENAY IS GOING AHEAD – The Miner culls from the current number of the Commercial, a journal of commerce, industry & finance published in Winnipeg, the following items relating to East Kootenay published in that journal, under the heading of British Columbia Business Notes:

            E.J. Schagel, has opened in lumber at Fort Steele.

            The Cranbrook Lumber Co. has started business.

            Bunyan & Leitch, saw millers, Cranbrook, have started a branch yard at Moyie City.

            The following are opening business at Moyie City: Geo. Bassett, hotel; Glen Campbell, hotel.

            The following have started business at Fort Steele: Wellington Brown, furniture; Mrs. Sprague, fruit and confectionery; Vandecar & Co., flour and feed.

            H.G. Parson, of Golden, has established a branch of the wholesale liquor department of his business at Fort Steele which is in charge of A. J. Hopkins.

            East Kootenay is going ahead and no mistake, and especially that portion embraced in Fort Steele Mining Division.

0051.0605: Business Survey

Newspaper article with excerpts from Commercial - a journal of commerce, industry and finance published in Winnipeg, items relating to East Kootenay growth.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  September 9, 1897
Pages:  1
Publisher:  East Kootenay Miner
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0051)

Keywords:

journal commerce industry finance lumber saw mill hotel wholesale liquor

Subjects:

People arrow Bassettarrow
People arrow Brownarrow
People arrow Bunyanarrow
People arrow Campbellarrow
People arrow Hopkinsarrow
People arrow Leitcharrow
People arrow Parsonarrow
People arrow Schagelarrow
People arrow Spraguearrow
People arrow VanDecararrow
Cities arrow Moyie arrow Businesses arrow Hotels, Motels, Boarding Housesarrow
Cities arrow Fort Steele arrow Businesses arrow Confectioneries and Ice Cream Parlours arrow Mrs. Spraguesarrow
Industry arrow Lumbering arrow Companies and Mills arrow Cranbrook Lumber Co.arrow
Cities arrow Fort Steele arrow Businesses arrow Liquor Stores and Wholesalers arrow Parsonarrow

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