Tag: Larder Lake Proprietary Gold Fields Ltd

Wildcat

Wildcat

Barber’s Open Call Mining Exchange was in the heart of Cobalt’s commercial district, “The Square.” All were welcome to join, as long as they could afford the $50 membership fee.  The building was located on Argentite Street, opposite to where the Golden Age Club is located today. By the end of 1906, Barber had moved … Continue reading Wildcat

The “F” Word

The “F” Word

In this case, “F” is for “Fraudster.” Horatio Barber was a stock promoter in Cobalt in 1906 and then in 1907, he shifted his focus to Larder Lake. There he and his associates promoted the Larder Lake Proprietary Gold Fields Mine. First order of business was organizing a company. Directors of a mining company, especially … Continue reading The “F” Word