Cranbrook C.P.R. Ad: 0050.0277

CRANBROOK

THIS TOWN IS DESTINED TO BE THE

SMELTING,

                COMMERCIAL AND

                                        RAILWAY CENTER

                OF:         EAST KOOTENAY.

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          As a Site for Smelters it has exceptional advantages, being the

Divisional Point on the Main Line of the Crows Nest Pass Ry.    and the most central point on it for the principal mines of the district,

viz: The St. Eugene group to the west-northwest, the North Star and Sullivan groups to the north-west, the Wasa group to the north-east, the Wild Horse group to the east and north-east, the Dibble group to the east and south-east, and the Bull River group to the south south-east.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, MAPS AND PRICES OF LOTS, APPLY TO

                                                L. A. HAMILTON

                             C.P.R. Land Commissioner, Winnipeg, Man.

                                      V. HYDE BAKER, Local Agent, Cranbrook, B.C.

 

B.C. Land Investment Agency

                                                Victoria and Vancouver.

0050.0277: Cranbrook C.P.R. Ad

Advertisement touting Cranbrook as the town destined to be smelting, commercial and railway center of East Kootenay.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  August 4, 1898
Pages:  4
Publisher:  Cranbrook Herald
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0050)

Keywords:

smelting commercial railway center divisional point mines land commissioner local agent

Subjects:

People arrow Hamiltonarrow
People arrow Baker, Valentine Hydearrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Developmentarrow
Industry arrow Mining arrow Mines arrow Dibblearrow
Industry arrow Mining arrow Mines arrow North Star Minearrow
Industry arrow Mining arrow Mines arrow St. Eugene Minearrow
Industry arrow Mining arrow Mines arrow Sullivan Minearrow
Transportation arrow Railways arrow Companies arrow Crows Nest Pass Railwayarrow

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