Milner Consolidated Silver Mines Ltd was a Canadian mining company that operated in the early 20th century. The company was founded in 1906 and was based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Milner Consolidated Silver Mines Ltd was primarily focused on the exploration and development of silver and lead deposits in the Kootenay region of British Columbia.
The company's flagship property was the Silver King mine, which was located near the town of Nelson, British Columbia. The Silver King mine was one of the largest silver mines in the world at the time and produced over 4 million ounces of silver during its operation.
Milner Consolidated Silver Mines Ltd was also involved in the development of other mining properties in the Kootenay region, including the Slocan Star mine and the Kootenay King mine.
The company faced financial difficulties in the 1920s and was eventually forced to sell its mining properties to other companies. The Silver King mine continued to operate under different ownership until it was closed in the 1950s.
Today, Milner Consolidated Silver Mines Ltd is no longer in operation and its mining properties have been abandoned. However, the company's legacy lives on in the history of the Canadian mining industry.