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 Vol. IX, No. 21.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1898.
$2.00 per Year.
R.
W. JAKES,M.D.,CM,
HY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KITTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
FFICE
GREENWOOD CITY
Q
ERALD WILLIAMS, Nl. D., CM.
VKRNON. II. 0.
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St. Thomas Hospital,
,(1NI1(I*>', I'lN'SI
lUUhliA/**UI.X1:X<
QR* WHITE,
Graduate of McGill University.
fairview, b, c.
1   P, McLBOl),
Bahristhu, Souoitor, Fare.
Midway, ll.C.
A LLAN MACDONALD,
I BARRI8TF.R AND SOLICITOn
Of the Supreme Cou'*t of B. C.
NOTA B Y P IJ .11 1.1 (!, 10 T (
Vbrnon, 11. 0.
J   MONTEITH
Notary FiAlic, etc,
Fairview, H. c
l J    S. CAYLEY,
Barrister and Solicitor,
wmmft-ft iiiiiii:-
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m & Co.
General
Merchants,
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§ Wc carry the largest aiid
ps bust assorted stock in this
J (§1 section ot the district and
■ 7' sell at prices to suit the
[!v§; times.   .   .   .
ffl NEW POOPS CONSTANTLY
frji ARRIVING, Sl    DF01  I' RII a:     7'
\W,    KcnicMtjbcr §
'SSI    WE ARE AOENTS FOR McCLARY'5 rArlOUS STOVES,     f»
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li       W. T. Shatford & Co.       j$
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BJ|    Fahviow, Camp McKinney, Vernon  nnd Slocan City,     25
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n        i       i   i     respondent at Ihu Observer saysi
ess  ci Austria m"» ^ m *■■ "•
Aii'-lri. Hungarian   foreign   miulsler,
ActDflCininn-l.irl '■nnimiuiicaled the news lo the fiuper-
AObttiSoIllttlOlli or.thelaller -mil.  speechless into a
'iatii'iiiul "t'lttniiicil   for ii   long   lime
inni [linli'il*..  The remains of Ibeein-
Stabbed by an assassin while walk- press will lie brought  t» Vlenun al
lug in the streets of Geneva, .ce.fiir a state funeral,
Switzerland. The Emperor Is reported to have
saltl, MililliiKi "Shall  I  not he fieed
,, ,,  , , ,„   „,,    from grief and pain In this world?"
Geneva, Switzerland, Sept. 10. —The .   '  ,. t<
empress of Anslrln wns assassinated at May Mean Trouble.
the Holol Beau Rlvage'his evening hy     News rouses  from   Lonpnn,  umler
nn anarchist who was arrested,    He Hntj* *if S»|it. Mth to the effect   that a
siiilil.t-d her majesty with n stiletto,
It appears that her majesty wns
walking from her hotel In the landing
place of the steamer al aliiuil 1 o'clock
when an Italian nnaacliisi suddenly
appeared and stabbed her to i lie heart,
The empress fell and wan carried to the
iiltiic force lm*. occupied Fashodi a
town on the While Nile iibilnl 403
miles south of ICIartotiui, Tbe tidings
when they reached London caused in-
tense exci temenl.
As theie seems lillle room to slunlit
thnl llieti'i'iips  neciii-yii-jr llial place
11.acl  Beau  Rlvage, where she ex-1 are French.lhls will prove a distinctive
piretl. Ist'tlia.'k In British victories In Ihe Nile
The stretcher upon  which   Ibe  em-
ii@§i'$imI'd® %®®f
|lld al ntii'i' ilispnsi's of llu- qui'Slir»n uf
1,
■.,i..,f..ii-- rxtli
I UOLUIBIA Will IMS 08,
- - « MILLS AT VERNON, B, C. • - ■
MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE FLOUfi
Hungarian, Three Star, Strong Bakers, Superfine.
Grand Forks, 11- 0, |
—in—. wm.. mm, i. a tin i. in in.
r    ADRIAN   MEYER,
JlixiNn Broker,
Notary Public, Etc
n.nrf.uin Ave,, ViatNox, It. ('..
Al! produced by the celebrated Hungarian Plansifter system,
Try some, mad', by tha only Plan3ifter mill in the Province,
I    K. JOHNSON,
Gonoral Collootlnij ami  Inmu'iuino  Agont,
Mlnoral Olalm* lii;ii*lil, iiiul   Sold,    Notary
Public,
(IWAMD   P'OKIIS   II.   a
pORBES M, KERBY, P.L.S.,
A.M.O.8.O.E.,
ENGINEER  AND SURVEYOR
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WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR A SPECIALTY....
—**=-W2*i< yjaijlal .Km——
1 Sec That Each Sack is Marked
~:R, P. BitlieUCo, Ltd,, Proprietors. Victoria, B. 0.
Notary rrni.ic.
Midway. 11,0.
Bickard: .Benerniaa & Co,
MIDWAIT, B,0.
REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL
AGENTS.
MINING BR
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.
J *^iS*JW^|i»?^^
§ Good accommodation at the
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press was carried to the hotel  was I a British waterway to the Upper Nils*.
hastily iinpiovised with oars and sail ofeonrsell is pussilile ihe forces at
cloth,   Doelorsiind priests were ini- [--..shodamay be British troops under
mediately summoned and  a  telegram  Major AlacDiiiuild,   hul   Ibis is  most
was senl, to Emperor  Francis Joseph, i i,nIikp|v, as ihe lutesl. news  received
All efforts to revive her majesty   were f,.0iii   Uganda announced  Ihal   Mac-
unsvailingnnd she expired al SSo'clock.   Donald hail mil, left there al the end nf
Th." (Ileal examination shows that Uny and II  is extremely  Improbable
the aasiissin iniiMi have  tis.-sl  a small u,,,'*   MnrDnnald's  force  could   have
triangular  file.     Afler striking  tbe,,0vered BOOmilesover,.difficult course
blow he cnn  alum; ihc  Rue des Alps from Ugnntla lo Fashod.'t in this lime,
wiih the evident intention nf •mtorine.j wrK especially as so fat asisknownhe
lhe square Los Alps, bul before reach- had nnly nne -mall bonl wilh which to
irgit he was seized  l.e  two  cn'iin-.-u . imvlfpile lho Nile.
who had witnessed lhe crime,    Thev     ~, ,,   ,,,,,•,       ,    , -i
Hie news Hint Btitish gnnbontsjhave
iiiiii ial hini i'v'i'1'In lie  bonl men aiisl ■  .    .   , -    ,-,   ,    , ., „, ■
slni'tt'il f.ir Fnshodn opens the iinastinn
n ecu iiiii in.*, who conveyed   linn  In        ,i „. ,-,■,,
^ / weather a-cnnfliel   is likclv In occur
the police station. ,, i.i."
'      , . Iieiwei'ii ihem nml the forces neenpy-
Ihe prisoner made no resistance, He  .     «,. ,, ,,       ,,,, , , -  ,,
' .       ing l'aslinila,    Tbe greal danger lathe
even sani** ns he waked a bag, k.i vinir: ,     ,. n      ,    „•
,,.,,, ,    ,    ,'„       headslrong young French nfnrer mav
"   dn Ml   ,'ind"S he niiit-t be sle.-nl. ,. ., ,     ,      ,.,,'
open    Inc    nn    tin* gtm-hoals,   lbe
At ll,,. police station he declared tbat; s|nl||1(,|f Vi,]u,, „,- |7]|shn|hl h.,s ,l|mlvs
I'lt'vlnganarchisl, with „..,,, ,  i||sis(„(,  u|„,n „s  Mng R|.(,i|L
Scit'iilisis and geogrnpliers bnve repeatedly poln|i>d oul lb possibility nf
iln m mi ng up tin* Nile I here and diverting the course of tlla river sn as to
mnke lower Egypt, whose very existence depends on Ihe Nile, a waterless
desert.
®)       Travelers, iCommercis
(® ar.d Spc
Commercial men, Mining' men
Sportsmen.
Fairview,
_t*Wm~_******W_***MME
tp Terminus of stase     %: Oroviiio, wash.
' all        -AND-
TOHN A. COHYELL, A.M., B.C.A,
Civil Ermineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
ANO DRAUGHTSMAN*
rriitatlon Projects, Englnoorlng and Survey
Work, with Plnns and Estimates in anj
Portion of the Provinco Immediately Attended to,
Haps and Plans of Any Portion of Osnyoos
District nnd Mining Camps of Keltic I'l, i -
Mining Division,
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VtriNON.
u. A.Guess,M. A.        II. A.Guess, M. \.
GUESS BROS.
na a^sayePS
Thoroughly familiar with Fatrviow iit'..'
Boundary Orook Mlnornl Proportlos. Proper-
tics Mxinniiioil. Assays and Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc.
OIIKKNIVIISIII, 11. (.'.
M. BARRETT, Si, T. unlit
BOIJ.VDAHV   CKlllaK
Engineering anil
p lines froni-~»««    "y7
W / Oarap McKinney,
iii) Slldwuy, areonwood, m
fi Cui'snn, Griiiid Forks,  ,£,
<■■- undMiu'i ii;., (Vnsh.
e)
(# W, C. HAYWOOD    -    -    -    W. L LEOMARD, ®;
rfjg Proprietors, Penticton, B. C.
(®mmmms<&mmm^m&$A)
3^1 Ut J
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Flou
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C&TL-X? flour has the name of being the 3«sst
all-round llour on the market, try il ancl you wili not nsn othei
brands, Our shareholdersgrow the wheatand ive grind the
flour with ihc latest inproved milling machinery,
OUR brands are, HUNGARIAN, XXXX, STRONG
BAKERS, ECONOMY, SUPERFINE, 7 bags marked
"(). K.,"and in Ik* had ii all the leading dealers fr: m Penticton
to Greenwood City.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong:, B. C,
M. McCuai?;.
S, Larsen,
l''e"i7 fl ITS? P IVERSIDE HOTEL,
Groimwoiisl Olty, H. ('.
Assayin-r and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported  en
Thorough Aoqnalntanoo with (tic Kottlo
Hivcr unit Bouudury Oreoli IHlnlug
I I        _-—_-_-_-_-_-_._._._—.....^
hatred for the poor but  only  I'nr  llic
rich."
Later, when taken In lhe courthouse
nnd Interrogated by llic magistrate, In*
said Ihal 1 nine In Geneva ivitli   Ilia
intcnli ei i.f killing the Due d'Orleans,
j tail thelaltei hndnlcendylefl.. I -i,
.-is ih,. assassin is soiiielin.es called.l Adilitioniil evidence llml Sir General
followed the due in Evlan, ahoul 2.1 K||(.|,cnei expects serious nnd import-
miles north of Geiievn, tn. Ill- lake, „„, PV„U|S |o grim nnl nf 111.* new
where he was again iiiisiieeeesfnl    lie  ,•„,,„,, hl „,„    Af|i,„n   sit,mtion la
Ihen retnrm O va  and  learned ;,„|„,,i,„,„1,,,1   niih the news thai  the
from the pnpers of Ihe presence of llle now*»p,iper rorrespondents wiih the
Aiisltinu empress, Yesterday he dog- „,„,,,,,,,„, „.,.,,, „,„ ,,n„,v„,i i,,,,,-,,,.,,,.,]
get! her footsteps, but, found no oppot- ,n Fiishnda, hut have heen ordered in
tunily m carry ..a' his purpose, though ,.,.tLJI.M j.1,ll„.r|ii,lely i„ Oalrn. If the
be watched lbe li.....: |;,,u, .;!<,,,,„ ,,|| p^ ^M Mm sm,,.,,il;„|v m.|M.
day,   Tins ,,Miming, ha s,-,i.!,   he saw   ,,,.,H,|n,,.K , •„,„,,    ,-.,,,.,,,    B,.,|ft|n    „r
'lievalel   of  lie-   n-ess   leave   llu-  ,,*,,.„„ ,,„, |iil(.k  ,,„„.„  |fl  ,„.,,„,. tn
hotel nnd go towards the landing. I aTOi(, „,„,. Sncci'ssive n.il ish cabinets
Ile inferred Ibnl ibf empress was imd(<l,U„.A Bnconsfleld, the lale Wil-
going to take the slenmhoat, and he Hnm 0|„,,K,on(,, Ln,,d R„T|,PI.V „n,i
hid himself bcbi.nl a ic,. m. Hi.' ipiny, |h(, Ml,mnlB ,„■ SnliKhm-y have warned
uiih Iba lile  concealed  in  his  righl   ;,>„„,„ n,,,, (im„ UHlnin will consider
sleeve.   In a few minutes Ihe empress,  |n|wf m |n (h(, m m]]      ft mm
accoinpanled hy liar Indy nl  hnnnr, f01,.,,...,
appeared and Ihe assiissin .struck  lhe.  ^—
lile home, The Dervish Slaughter,
Lneessi ennfessed that  be had been     An idea can he gained nf lho effect-
an anarchist, since he was 13 years old. iveness of modern nnns when the re-
"If all iimii'i'hislsilitl Iheir .inly as I  suit nf mi" days Hghtlng in lhe Snndnn
have done mine," he said,  "bourgeois is considered, for al fhehallle fouirbt
sneiety would soon disappear." near Khartoum  no less Ihnn  HaSOO
He nil mil ted that he knew the crime dervishes were slain, nnd KI (IIKI wound-
was useless, hut snid he rnmmittcd iled.  Thatitwas nonsihle .to sliuiBliler
for "the sake of example." I such a number of hitman beings in so
After searching for soiiin  time   th*! short*, tin.-*,  seems  In establish  lbe
wenpnn used by ilia assassin  nf the superiority of smokeless powder,which
empress "'as found in the lake,   li uns |„.j,lu- nm) „\, this Imllle gave un dm,lit
albrre-sldedffle, slender nml sharp, the British troops a grent advantage
The post mortem examitml ion showed ,„-,,,. snelr ndversarles,   Then agnln
one aluiosl Impe plihle wo    il   Ihe ■],., '•dum'diiiu" bullet    which   vis
file having peuelmled the  henrl  nnd used for the first Ilmi sl Ihis engnm-
nnl causing exleri      ble 'ding,    The
ment seems In have bean |iartlciilarly
ia situated .at I'.aa-. Greek, R,(l„nn the main ronle'of travel
between Penticlim -ial .all Buundary Creel; points, Stopping
place I'nr singes,
GOOD FISHING   -   GOOD HUNTING,
BEST OF ACCOMMODATION.
McCUAIG & LARSEN, Proprietors.
empress, ll seems, only 'iiipposeil Ihul e|fw.||ve In disabling lh" enemy, n
-he hud received n violent  blow.    Ai  H|,nle of affairs nllogether ilifferenl  to
Hrst :b,' maintained grei Ine  .  that, which prevailed al  n  former en-
Whenaskedll  lie* return to (rageinenl   with  ilm dervishes,   who
ib.' hotel shereplledi itllhuugh woundedilij ibelhen hullel in
"Nn, b Iv alriickmenn the breast, „.,,, «,,,,,,, known lorbarge homii  not
ami   ib.ul.il.      wished  in   steal  my  helng throughlv illsahled.
watch." '--4,4
Hocclpl oftlic iinwa lu 1 i.-iinii. Why Girls llon'l Marry.
Vienna, Sept. 10. The news of the A ladles'pnperileallng with tho qnes-
iissiissin.iiit.i, of ih.. ipieen reaehed Hon, "\Vby girls don'l marry," sums
here shorlly before (I o'clock, ll spread „,, |]„, ,,,,.,,n, undor Unci' heads.
Ike  iiala. ;..-.     The   slreels   wai.- Girls with hobbies don'l  wain "hul -
■uildenly  filled  uiih  nitiltltndos    nf |,les," because  ll hubbies"  would
people, innny of them becoming im spoil the hobbies: girls who are addict-
passable for vehicles, Extra pdltlmis ej l() prnmhlilig.liMi'1 marry because
were Issued by all Ihe papers     Many  nnhraly wants  them;  girls whn  llirl
Vitiii.'a considered the report Inered   diintiiinrry because n regard them
Iblc imlil  ihe   senii-nHlcial   Wiener I lls ,nnm| oplleptles."
tVhend I'ost appeared conllruiing the     As lo l.li» remark ili.it  men tlqn'l
statements of other papers,    All  ilm marry grumhlot'fl, it seems to need n
papers accnmpnnlei!    lhe ininonncn- mtlo i-ovlsitip*.   Nn man would i -
ment. wltb warm trllintes lo tin' em- scinusly cinniiilt his happiness In tin*
press.   They   were eagerly   snatched keeping of a grumbler, but  Ihere .'ire
r.'..m the hands nf 11 II, I- and were deceptions in llie wnrld.   As n deluded
,   ,                     ,.  .,.                  lun bund sn d I,, bit- wile "Before  I
1 l«lob(ltogropsofeil|i..ei,s.  mod vou I Ihoughl  vou nne inn
An  indescribable  irrlel   overpowers I |,]musani1, now   I   believe vnu  nre a
the people.   The performances at I he, thousand m one,"   Factors'that are nf
court i,,eni.'i'!,i;i] the jubilee exliibl-)mmimnorltmcennw-ii-dny In• umrrl-
lions have been cn nci-lli'ii. age are l'a..s. I'.a I, ,:,'-. ..,.,-iiil position
laiiiiiei-nr WmSlnnnoil en,! ii "iii,I of love, but these Beem tu
London, Sepl, II.  Tb.- Vienna cor-1 have been overlooked hy the wrltuv. THE ADVANCE
Midway, 11. C„ September in, idliS.
THE ADVANCE
W. II. NdlllUS	
Pniilislietl  iveeklv  al  Midway,  H.C      I is getting everything  ready  prepiii'ii,
8ahscrlptlon Price, $2.00 per annum, payable tory to starting  up  thru*  new   null
 ■        PAIRVIEW   NOTES.
iKroiii mir own coprcRpondenU
....I'ltoiMincToitj   Tho Smuggliu'Gold MiningCom]Mmy
in advance,ollher j'uarly or half-yearly .it tlio
option of tho subscriber,
Advertising lUitos hchI hm nii)ili*';iil<in.
Srimutfli iln- columm of Thk Auvance hit
ftlWlWB OPOD  fui-llu* fii**rii--iuii  Of  mill!'!*:, nf
public intoront and Importance, wu -In nol iur
nawarllyondorno nnv if tho oplnlous expressed.
Coprospondoncoofti jJOfBoiial natiivo will not i»-
pnblihoil,
'   A ltokk in tbisspiico Iti'ii-
icatoH Him yoi rmiuHci'tpi	
to this paper liascxplrod
MONDAY. SErTEMBERlfl, 18i.'8
MININO   NOTES.
Tin- Boundary Creok Times says that
aixml 1200 apet'iiiionH have.heen collected here for the mineral exhibit fit
m____m__________________-___m_mm i Npw Westminister next month,    Mr.
rheyhavejuBfccuinpUo. a road oy«r j (,fpnu8o wfao ooll41ctw| ,he llh, ifl mow
which the ore will be hauled from llic
mini' Inlin' mill, and a Contract has
I.e. i, lei for the hauling nflhe first one
ll,,a,sail,I Inns.    Water lnr  liic  mill
modest—he claims tn bave obtained
abnul.,120'1 pounds of m-e in all from
iiliinil    tweniv    claims,     Individual
,   ,  tuples  ranging  in   weight   from   a
will be taken fr Reeds creek by an L ,8 1(j0p() B_
extensive pipe system,    Wurk m the
EDITORIAL NOTES,
In the near future Midway will possess a large and thriving population.
In the past anil up In tin' presenl ihe
numherhos not reached lhe thousand
mark, and owing In this tact, and also
that the town Is so situated lhat il is
an extremely healthy place, very few
in fact only two residents have su far
died. Tlie lieccessity therefore I'm' tlm
possession of a regular burying ground
lias not been keenly fell. Willi .an inilu x of population, if is only rt'ii.'t imib's'
to suppose lb;,I- (be nil in of deaths will
increase, and should such be Ilm enst*
soon the resident* uf tins place will
find themselves confronted with;,, problem which will require perhaps sonic
day, a speedy solution. Under these
circumstances we would suggesl thai
tho citizens should take lb" ninller
up, anil if pussilile gel lhe Lownsite
company to donate a suitable plol if
ground in n convoulenl spot, and failing In Ibis easl around for some other
solution to the problem of how,to
furnish a resting place I'm llic dead.
A section nf lhe provincial press
seems to be labouring under I lie idea
that the introduction of party lin."a in
provincial politics wunl,I have lhe
elfect uf re-inBtatlng in power ex-
premier Turner ami I.i.- ciilleagues.
Fur uur part we ilu nut buld such
views, fur verily Turner, I'll., rts,
Pooley. linker, Martin nnil in fuel Ilm
whole combination is ns politieall)
dead so tn speak its the pruverliittl\"t .McCnlli
doornail, The people of I he province
will never uguin allow llu* eel,.a uf
power in llieir bands, su if lbe lenders
of this movement desire success, thev
will  be obliged In choose   ns  their!
mine is steadly progressing witli very
satisfactory re..ulla.
Twu hundred tons of Stemwinder ore
luis jusl been run through the Tin
Horn mill with Ilm resull, thai $7 per
Imi iii gold was obtained mi tin plates,
and this witli Ihc gold in Ilm concentrates will give the ure n fair average value Tin* mine has a splendid
Bhnwingin shafts, tunnels ami drifts,
iind a few muni lis more development,
nini the necessity for tbe erection ofa
The hoistrng machinery at the
.llnil,, r Lndi' mini', in Deadwood
camp, is nuw in running order, Tin*
compressor planl will In* ready fur
work as soon as a few fittings'arrive
from Spokniu ami are put in place.
The work uf sinking lhe main working
shaft will be resumed as booh ns power
is available tn drive tin* machine
drills.
Mr. David Bryant last week brought
dnwn specimens uf ore fnnn the Abor
large pl,inUn"7reat ibe'ure "at "tju", I<l"en .Golden Treasure nnd  Prince nf
in.* will be made apparent,  There is \ }™es d?1™ j.,,,vWes,t i',"1'1"'1' ramP'
even now an immense bmlv of ure in
Messrs. .1. T. Bell nnd Alex.  Wallace
The Morning star is being developed
by ils owners, who ace mi well pleased
with their property that they dn m.l
hesitate In refuse offers .vhich would
make n modes! mini rich.
standard bearers men more acceptable
to the people than any uf the above,
The majority of the people of Ilm pn,
vince nre nut in sympathy wiili tin'
party line movement, and nl the first
opportunity that offers they will make
this plain to everyone,
—-♦	
In the development of Ilm resources
of this district the people uf Boundary
creek have laboured under tremendous disadvantages, oh ing In i im
neglect of the past governuienl to
render them ililetpiate assistance.
Therefore when a sad calamity overtakes a community in another portion
of l he province, the people nf lliis cl it."
trict iim- not able to render such ample
.sui.'cui' In llie.ilisiii-vcd as their generous nature undoubtedly suggests,
Under these circumstances it is to be
hoped the people of New Westminster
will not judge their sympathy by llic
size of the pecuniary donations they
may receive, bul rather rest assured
tliat in uu pari uf the Dominion is n
inure profound feeling ni' sorrow en
tertaiimd, Iinui Hint whicli bus held
possession of the people ui' flouudriy
Creek, .since they were made acquainted with the sad misfortune which he-
fs'l the people of New Westminster mi
Ilm 12th instant,
Not unexpected.
Tlm following is published in llle
Rossland Miner ul' the 1,'tlli.
Victoria, Supt, III. ■ |S|iesa,al,| A pol.
ideal -eiisiilinn, compared wilh which
the recenl disclosures contained in ii"
published correspondence re llu- .lia-
missel uf lbe Turner gsiveriimenl
dwindles inin insignificance, is nboul
lu startle the gossip loving folk iu
British Culuinhiii. Vuur cori'Ospon-
dcnl learned luday from a must
authoritative source tlml 'lm condition disclosed hy an investigation by
tho new administration iulu tlmallnirs
nf the Innds nml works dopitrtmonl
are such that the goveriiinenl has <I.■-
tided In ask forthe appointment nf e
royal commission of inquiry inin iln
affairs uf tlnil. department,
The iinnoiinceuienl to this effeel wil!
probably be made on Mondny. ll wus
common repurl un Ilm streets lliis
afternoon thai promtueiil officials iu
tin- hind ami works ilepnrtinenl I,a,I
confessed Hint were an Invent! nllon
held the gravest irregularities would
In- itneinihed. A warm time is expected,
sent in snine   nice  samples  frnni   Ilm
West ti'orkof Kiltie River.    Mr. .1.
Douglass contributed a nice chunk of
ure frum I'm Crown  I'ninl,   James
creek,   Mr. .Ins. Lynch added another
|from' Ilm  Aztec,  Meyers creek.    A
^^^^^__^_      ^^^^^^—^_     large and very fine sample uf Wlnni-
Tlie Om Pino Mines Company Is also 1)eg ,„,, w' also  received.    These
vecy actively opening up llmir pro- several contributions were a welcome
perties, addition In tbe ures previously collect-
i • ■
The hnvn Is rather quiet generally,    ed for the Provincial Exhibition at
W.T, Shatford Co's now store will New Westminster.
sunn be complete, also other buildings, j   Word Is received that a 6 foot ledge
,„    .„.., ,        ,..,,    ,    .   of ore was cut through a day or two
SbiTill I'l'iiibortiiii has a   lillle   busi-.       .    ,,      ,,.,       „ ,,   .    '.        ,   .
.ago in the  ( .tv cl   runs  tunnel   in
i,,-ss here. ..;.   , ',,,. . ,,     ,,
Central camp,   Ihis was altogether an
Father Palmer has been visiting tho llnpx|looW  strikC)   ;IB   ,,,,,    ,,,,,,,,,
menihers of his church, 'dues nnl, show  nn  the surface,  nnd
 ...  several hundred feet will have in be
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.        driven before the ledge in the t'ily uf
i Paris will he reached,   The ne,v lind is
Mr, Henry While, of Central camp, Md to assay well,
was a visitor in Midway on Tuesdny A recent assay made mi ore taken
lasl. Mr, While reports splendid pro- from the bottom of the shaft which is
gross being iniiile wilb ibe work heing sunk on the Lake View claim in
(ifili'vi'i.aai.. ni .a. ilm Lincoln an.l Long Lake ennip, gave the gratifying
Ciiy uf Pari-, properties, resull of }:08,CO ill gold anil bounces of
Mia P, ti, Bnrnaid, passed norlh  nn .silver lu llie Imi.   The shaft is imw
Tiiesdiiys singe.   Mr, Barnard has fur down ahout 65 feet and lbs1 ledge  is
snme  lime  pasl   lean  i nrling   In gradually widening nut as depth   is
building operations)   „|   tii' iw 1, attained,       Th -e     which     is
where lie pmchased lots and has pul. j pHnoipally quart;',, derives ils
up a film lilnck or two, values    from    tin'     fact      Mail    il
Af.'wdiiysiisroainnn by 'I nm.' containsnlteite, a eombinatirn of gold
^^^_^^__ I'l'i-st'-sl iin.i uul iu and silver, which Is notice*] as a dark
gnnl nl Greenwnnd on n charge "of i-tain in the ore. Mr, C. L. ThOmel
ihen.  Evidently h  did appreciate nnoofthe owners is much  pleased
llle kind ;.II.'Ull.in nf lhe cily author*
lli..a i'nr i.ii Saturday niu'bl uc early un
S Iny ini'iiiiiig be broke nut  of Hi,
villi the appearance uf llu* claim,
IT SATO PICES
ft    *TP(') "la'<(: ")<>"1 '"'"' new Soot'*s   which   ;tre   ar-
X     1     riving every day, I will close out the follow-
ty    lm; lines at prices   that   will   ensure  quick   sale,
for cash only.
The balance o! mv stock of Celebrated Fast
Color English Prints regular 17 lie  quality
Your Choice II! 1-2 cts. Yard.
JS* I Nice Line Flannelettes // g %
A To Clear at 8 cts. Yard.
I LADIES AND MISSES TAN HOSE g _t £
I?       Regular 20 ani! 25 cent quality
A To Clear at 15 cents Pair.
¥ BALANCE Of WOOL AND COTTON CHALLIES iff f •$
X To Clear at 8 cents Yard.
5 NICE UNE MENS UNDERWEAR \ff itt iff
A To Clear at 75 cents Suit.
30" <o CSoocJLa Ola.a,:a*»;n-;*0«3. ra-fc ^.lao-c-oa 3Px*i!-C!(E>s
McHlOOL,
lV
Chambers & Co. Vernon
Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardwape.
PAINTS,   OILS, STOVES, TINWARE, etc.
[Jobbing Tinsmiths and Plumbers :-
^9»9999999»99»»m»9»99ii99»9999^9^9ijS,
t flP.FTYl FNF HAR i^."«thir»M**™»irt.'w $
'■j-,,    111.-1. 1  I LLIU. Um.),   iBklrg lbe Iclid everywhere,    if
^$«Q<&t««w.m«*W4t<sewe^*Q^WG$mwB'
W'r. solicit the patronage of the*  public,  ancl trust 'dy fair i!ea-
ing, ami right prices, in merit your confidence,
rr,f\r\
WtiW
Mr. J. Stevens came uver from l'Yr-
view yesterday, mul to-day proceeded
to Spokane, by way of Marcus.
3S3"ot;ic5©.
—4—
Dissolution of Partnership,
Inck-itp iind hiis not so fai been  heard
uf.
A very sad death was that nf Mi's.
Alex Currie nt Greenwood on Inst
Friday aftei noon. The decs used, wlm
wins quite young and much esteemed |
hy her numerous acquaintances was
enjoying good health a few daysbefore j
her death, 111,,1  Ihcrel'uiv  her demise        	
coming an suddenly quite shocked her '   Thepnrlnershiplietween Ueo.J.Shee-
iniuiv friends.    Typhoid  fever,   ag- l™.1 1»"' F. Gwntkins hotel keepers,
,,    . „        .      „   .    ,       ,     Fairwiew, is dissolved by mutual con-
gr.tvated hy lnflamal il the bowels, 8cnti   (i, J. Slieehan will pay nil bills
was the cause of death.    VYhito con- nnd will receive nil  moneys due  Ihc
clous and jusl before hor life ebbed above named firm.
away, ib. deceased expressed n strong Slieehan & Owatklns.
ilesite lube buried at Midway, and  Fairview, B. C, July 20,1808.
looking upon lliis request as a sacred	
nncthc relatives carried it into effect, j
tiie I'uuetittl which mis largely attended ; MTO"fc2-C2'©.
Inking place un  Saturday afternoon. —*>	
,,    . .      ,, nn,     .-  ,,     Cariboo Mining, Milling anil Smelting Co.
Oaptain  Adams,  President ul   lbe Noto or stockholders' meeting.
Midway    Company,    arrived     here -«•
>'*"'•'>', l»ving c ■ user from the; ^"tffilng ttt^^TSJ^
iSliican.   Among the Captains baggage niicsiciltoineotiiltlicotncoof lho sulci Com-
, litiliv ul C-ilnn McKii'licv,  In llit'l'nil'iiii',- uf
was noticed two cameras and  a vei-y j JjrlLIali Columhia. fnnntln llio 27th day of
powerful magnifying glass, A curious Sopto-uber. A. Il„1808,al iho hour of 1 o'olook
', , ' , , . p. m„ of Ihnt ilny fnr lho puroouo of voting nn
observer wondered in hat be was going  ,|,c nn aiii„„ to noil anil dispone of nil, nr any
I u slu ivitli I Iteae   antl  was ,,twu-,„,,„l hi,    POl't f lllO lUWOlS, rlglltU, |IH M'l'S, |)l'i\ ilcKl'S
tn uu nun i in.-,!,, iiiii wits answered nv  ,',,,,) rri,n.-iii--<-> i>r .ttisl Comi j.
1, \\:i|,' who happened  In  ho standing Q. B, MnAUbAY,
by, llml lhe two cameras would photo* | Soorotary,
graph tlle many Improvemenls Hindu I	
to Midway by her citizens since  tin
genial Captains last visil, aud   llie; t (
!!isn!v!';'ifi'n!aibi,.ui,tuit"nvLh^ IN0LIGG Cl ASSipiilfiM*-
eompany bud done dining Iln- same ,
period, to advance tho welfare uf ilu- purKimnt to the "Creditor's
t"w"' 'J'nist Docils Act."
Dr. Jakes of Greenwood and lawyer
McLeod uf  Midway  luui nn excitingMOTItlKIsihorobyglvoii thai Tl m* Klliut,
„ , , '     ,, , ., i In   ..( Kiiha-li'W, 111 llie  Pl'ovll 1   linlil,
tune nil lu themselves Iur a  while on , cvdiinilila Vlerohanl linn, by doml bonrbigdalo
Friday evening  lust.   As  thev  wero tlioailtl.-u.'iyof Angiml. Iffl, iwlgiiod ullhUi
■ ■ ■ ri'iil iitt.l |.,-i.-..ii!il innlicrl)  I'siipt a* 11,,',','ln
driving along lbe road from Midway i mentioned, to John Plercv of No. Illll Minizlca
toGreenw 1 and weru decending the 77 yl!7,!77l KradCTkLVrlhinPnulIno
Bteepblll near Powers sawmill,  some- of Nn, dl) Kiiig's Hoad In tho mid City, Jloroli*
,, .                            ,,,,          „ anl, In trust for Hn- purpose „f paying ne.
Ilniig went wrong, ttlld tho result, wns snthtylng ralnably or proporllonntoly,   nml
r riniawnv    Fnc a I'eiv iiiiiiiw.nls ll,,, wilhoul nrcforuneo or priority, tho croillLortt- of
„ iiiu.n, aj.   i.n a ini  momenta ine tho aLlrl TIioiiihh miltot, Ihoirjimt nobis.
two enjoyed or otherwise a inuteorlc Tlio mill dood wns oxocntod by lha mid
-,       '   ',   .i         ,s      ,        .       .   ., . Tli.niiiis Klllt.l lllienssl'iii.n'liindlhi! snid.li'111
rule,  iiiiii  then  Ibi'  liuggie Btriking picrcv unci Kreilorlek Arthur  Paulino (tlio
smneearthlyobstaelethelrea, r w wjjjl«$^W^__\8l_
suddenly aiTested, ami fhe stillness of crmtodbj i! p.ldslood,
,i    .:  ,',   „,„ ,    „ i.     ,: ,     it,      ,t 'ill iii'i-ii,*. iiiiian'ir cluiins ngflltlRl  llle snii]
thenighl wns pnlj disturbed liy the ti,0Xm Elllol mmftewnitl and ilollver to tho
foothills echoing of the Heel  steeds Uld Irualcoa   n iibor »  Yntoa street,
,i       i       i  i ,   , I Vlnlorln, B.«., full imrtioiilnr-iof lliolr olnlniH,
as lhey   biiunded  nn  toward   home,  duly vorlllod, on or before the Stli day ol Oct
»««•''»»!"« fl' i ^"«'h-< <"»"!'l7,!7.n7s7Zuu:ii'.'^iiiVli.:!'!
nil iupeiliineiits tu their progress.   A due by ihom, to ihc snid Iriinteca furtlnvllli,
1 Afior lho rniltl Alb daj  nl Oclobor, 1818, the
livi.-i.'.-., «,ll ii'is-eeil indWi'llinl.'llii'n-ii.a a
Hi., mill rotate iiiuiing the |...,-iic.-i oiilltleil
Ihcrolo, having regard only le Hie claims ,,f
JMail crclers receive cur prompt aJ
1 -.     i '
careful assay uf the  entcrtalninent
disclosed llu* fact  Ibal   llr. .Iuk.es gol
nil' wilh ii shaking up, Inwver Mel d j «-'hicbTb"-'vViiiiliTfioHbii'vobn-i
with a slightly fractured riband snme    Balotl iho ail h day ot A«s«»'- «?•
MAItTIN SbANGbKY,
511 ('ovcrninenl St., Vlnlorln, B. (
had bruises, ami th<' bllggie in need ofj
I
i--.il. a...'- I a ta.-l iii-.	
ft-ftY
TJ:'^.tttut. as*-'
GRAND PRAIRIE HOTEL
Carson, B. C.
N direct route to the
Boundary Creek and
Colville Reservation
points.   .   .
(irand Prairie Hotel. __
McLAREN BI-JOS,   -   -   Proprietors
GREENWOOD
/I J
I-1 he Central Town and Supply Point nf the Boundary
Cieek Mining Unnips. From Ihis New Town roads
lead in the
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lots are Selling Freely and ace a Good Investment.
Fur Price nf Luis and Other Information, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood City, Boundi.ry Creek, ti. C.
Oc Apply to Agents,
C. F. Costerton, Vernon, B. C.
A.  K.  Stuart,  Vancouver,  B. C. Midway, B.C., SetbUuei ID, I "•'.
PI1E  ADV .   I   .
PACIFIC
RAILW-
PACIFIC ROUTE.
The Cheapest .11/     '*■■-■'
Quickest
Shortest Route
N
0
Toronto, intpoal, Halifax,
Boston, N8W Yorfe and
All Eastern,-(European,
and PaciTiG Coast Points.
STR. ABERDEEN u»-«ta.
ticton daily, oxcopt Sunday, making con*
noottons With Indus at Okmuigan Lauding for
Bioamoua JunnUnn t.o join main lino tralne
east and wost
, Westminster \
stroyed ly Fire.
All the business portion of the cily
.a -, . .away.
Los estlm   -,: tl i half ol
wl Ich was covered bj   ■       m .
Some loss of life,
Word coiiios from the coi      I hai
Sew Westminster was neati;
a     ,,,.   h;   lire oh tho n, ol
the 11 inst, '
The tire started ahoul  I lid
tin river fronl and win   causei   by ..
Ssoka^e Fatis
...bi
;rn,
Nelson & Fort She;    ■
-- AND --
Red ft- ■
I
utt ."      ■■ ■■   ■
Spokane,   R
an
A
mi iditj I ial  within thi
sti .as ,, ireablaze.  The
11-3   lb
DAILY TB UN I,
a :■-■         aai.                 it'  *    ii      -,.
12iS7ii. ill.        UAIt  i'S Iliblii.iii.
Train leaving  Mm t'.s al  I l:l!i it, ni,
,  : ■   i .im. cl i.uis ;ii ' ; ikan,
iviibi u ns for all
!   ' "a.   ' : Dil . ,
TUT 77 T\Yl#    h
i h
Through Tlckota to and from tho I'uelflp Consl
in Eastern and European PutoU,
Eijuipinoni unsurpassed, combining palatial
dining and sleeping cars, luxurio ia day coach i,
tourist and froo colonial bIuoi lug w si  i
all I ruins.
For Information ns to time, rates, otc, apply to
S. L. Bmtth,    D. BI. ftlcFJmen,
Agent, Peiiliclon.  Agont, GreoiUYoud, \\. C.
Or i.o E. -J. CoyEe,
Iii:. I'ii n'r Agent, Vn ii  uvor.
BTTXEa.
down to thi I . P, K.i pot. ,. crossed
the itreel tl II     ,       .    From  tb. ae
oj ;    fFrontstreel  and i alum
iin . th 'hii ■' ine - through
fai f the city, Blue] after block
■ -,,, ;hl i ... and ini mi uitcs there
vi,,. nothing 1, it pf whal I, il In - u tin
business portion of Nt w Wesl
From columbus street it spi
'hill to ii huge building upun piles
on the pull :  liy '■ iirnn > ni
street. T iere ivnsn greal space under this building mind wi li li'j seasoned hi;:,ba.'. Tlie nir '.al in V1 be
Rrc mil gave i greal play, There was
a whirlwind      Inine      hich  bele.iied
•ShOU'jL'UPri*;''?:') i. .    il'. "
t!lO HP"1: o5 nt'■*'.' ;:'      ' I
by Hijjur!
ft. Mil Us of
Bougli-i-aiifi 'ftttft ;-;'.■::■ iter,
Stales, * 1 itlii i ■- Etc.,
.,       *jiiuuu,
il&tft ''A.lfj.lC a;
e'".e.-ii   [ollov   i    and   tl      I     li'-'d
rcli also,    ill  wei
.     l! .)'     with     n   large
nni iberof r. Their i       ;-
t.-inl-sh id to He i for Iheir lives
- , ,..-■ -a   i1 ivn   ( arm I'vs n
.-li I nml (|iiick'v envi lo] ■!   the  big
courl house and the v, i th n city  hull.
Fnrfunntly th re  ras n his "Pen space
I   ,       I the llamos were  unnhlc  to
lean far ei      I    le   lake  in  the big
......      '.  .       street,  i.ow-
ever,hs(l   nl nlighl  nnd  one    id i of
av, nne,   All lhe hi uses on I! if
tre a i  irecoi    Intel    bu i 'tl.    Tbe
win I wn i   ' I .  in     fori n I)   down
ift-ftifti ■■'  '    "' .   '■':   -:•:■,■- ■ ■■     ■'" ,:a ....nil       :   '„
_    .. had lieen 1 lo ring lhe otln r ' 'ity the
w tole ol theOiitholic eh rch buildings,
" ',  ci nvenl    and    hospital   and   other
1 $1  FIREWOOD $1   ,  sin    in   i would have been burned.
1 ti '     The loss i. rougblv estimated nl
i per load. '■ ^,mm.in8U„.nce, ..;  ..-,-,   ■■,,,,
: -it^\~^%*+**^r*
I I      es    .ol ■
-
Choi ■ cations from $100   §Bf
hnl
Sussu
' :. Lots^^ ffl
i ,   i nu   sites,  50x140 at $75;   ^fer
75x120 at $100. m
m gi     :/q7_..,^        m
Good soil; water  handy,     In % §«0
acre,   1 acre,    2}. acre,  and 5 tffl
acre plots, {W
■■ •■■-   7     Defe    i payments if req Em
"..   I reduction for prompt building. W
The Midway Co., Ltd. ||
VIimvAY, II. C.   - and  -   Montreal, P. Q.    JM
■'■'■'''■< ft^^-ii^^.^m
■   ->'-:t'77Mm^
',...-.2. :-       . ..oft.-2.lft:...--.J:ftisxfi\^ifi.^-.\^_-
0    . ngers   fnr  Kellle   Ki s r   a I
• I.  csiunecl   al, Marcus
a. ::■ ~ ■•■'■::.'.  ■' :
a. .'. ti a,
feu Forks ::: ' III
cheaper aim
I'X'X-X'V. ■
1
1 x-nx-xr. r.-ii-'i m^tntntntnmtntntntnl bank vaults withsto id the fire,    One
„    ..    _, p. I insurancecompany's vault wns blown
lj. L biiiipson,.rfop.i"p>'yB»«-powdei':
I    it is not known  how many people
**——-"**"•"  lost their lives, but it is feared several
0       ||      THTTTD    %   flfl     hivBlraentomilU. death.
D. L 111 :       ! Mli   ('^"
10     Ak»
Successor*! lo it, N. Taylor)
heists : i    .
Vernon, B. E.
Koopn Kirsl-Cliis.. sl'i'l, .,,'
Drtifrs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Artit I
Prompt aad Capoful
 BIVBS TO	
MAIL,. 0 ,
. . 1 burning building and was ki!
ight,
lined
.'. .       :      SL . , .
aaa-' a pi m CK i '   . ■ ■
12211.   iff:. !■   •■  .      . a. ■ ■ ,     * '■:■'   ■
IPlllST-Cl IBS    A.'!', V...U  I', ar.    I'D .',.       .
GOOD ift A;*'i..
. '..- a    ni* n li   1,1   a   -.   ■
->:-v Practici
iflf    .   ■   ,. -1 i'i   fi-
ft.t.   ftl       MU       UU!    '--   "    :-
BUILDER.
Mid way, B. C.
:"     .      ■■ft;.: . ■ ..a a".;; ;
OF ALL KINDS
Promptl ■   ■ kI   Neatly
Executed.
 ► 0 4-	
J3T CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
3 Stage Line
t3
ing I ft- Majesy's Mails)
Vi    ts tb   steamer Aberdeen at Penticton on Mon
idno.sdays and  Saturdays,     Passengers to
. , :-,. n   Fairview, Osoyoos ancl Oroville,   Wash,
di li'  re I   in   quick   time,    and    by   comfortable
I
Aj   Penticton, B. C.
i*u R. S. HALL, Prop.
i!
a    ,.    ,
'■''', tt»iM»f n
Best hss Tins..
}m.m&MMi¥.MS   7i.
7
■W
m
* ',.■■ is ib'a liiiie to buy Slimmer
,a:,.' Fall Clothing, n further
1 1 ncl ion in prices	
Hi
7
a-:, ft.
*l!'SS
',. low.] To Cost 1
■SIP *9lP
let* to make room for our winter stock §j§iij|
nf ('Inthln-r we have decided to sell  what is |[tS|
left uf sunimer and early fall clothing, AT ___f
,. We need lhe room and must sncinllce, mjffi
,1,1' ihis opportunity *MiJJj
plemish 'uur wardrobe.
-
ni .. .,.,,' ni.M  ill.
FURNESSjPfl
sft'   Archil
17.7 Civil I .     ■::■:...
Finarjcial,
lN»i*;ii Estate,
I iiai'i: .1 ,''.   Ill
.    * Mining Ag  n I ,
i. ■,...        had  been  twice remov, a
I'i ,.., a.  ill   -..     .vhieh   a en   : , tl e
,„', zone, did nol  wirvlve   the
aleak.
Three river stea i des roy....
th   : I    I*,   I d;   an I ! unaccord.
Evorj inilu try save  thi   bi       yal
1 , '.;-...
Con  ■ uy o:'. wiped  ut.   Tl      in id
ition nnd   rid
ross tl ! I
Plie I : I
in ■'■■.''
.. ,: I was r I In
i'i
[owns aim
in I. a *,.    lid  1
I      Pro v 111 ci n I   1
prompt in oh
l-t       '
.
\/iJt S. KEITH, M. ft
■
:;-.■    ',\  >      ,, II. I'.
worx pbompi'LV Aim car* i i
■
..: i k M. iw Lias of..
■
a-. , , . . a    ;',..-a a, I (PrfBMIMXI)
rocerieii arriving every day,  f.'orth j
wesl Oreailicry Butter in 2Hi tins II
bricks.  I'alifornln evaporat- SI
t*d  frulta    -iii berries.     Kippered t,,,3E
I laddies and Herring, Snlmon bellies *a*ffl|
and lino white Mackerel, Morton's ftl ft
iiHsorled  potted  flo-.oo   llnuey   iu "a r'i:
comb and in'i'i!"! cverylhilig  in   lbe "pliiif
fancy and plain Grocery line, :    |
_     ... ... ,  'a'' if.
fflVff
Dry Goods and Latiiss anfl Gonts fur. J||$
nlsliing ijoods a full line.
H.  1ft' Vi S
Prop.
Good Accnintnodalioi
lies  i
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: executed by
Kenwood City.
,!. KBItR, See re   Iv
■ isd Meat and Provision Co.
ei rs AT
GRAND FORKS
WAY
i tl nann d, and the
■■■■:.    i'u '.. Till': AI.'V \ M'!'-.
Midway, B. 0„ Sisptembbii IP, IS is.
m
mm .The trade centre of the Grand ffl;
\M Prairie,    Kettle    river    and §p$
Sff-jl  R/MinA-i-iT    nvaalr     *t. i i-i incr    'M",d   ScfM Hnilth nud ,1. MeKenzle,
jpjmj i5ounu.ii y creek  mining ana 3$ MuKWlllll|hLllHBLllkl
{M agricultural country. ml ^wngbi.
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KETTLE  RIVER MININO DIVISION
Records for the Week Ending Sept.
ember 14th, i8y8.
MINEIIAI, I.'irSTIllN'S.
BKITTMBKH 7.
"No. 0", Smith camp, 0, \.K. Shaw,
BKITKH13BH 8,
Oregon, Deadwood camp, J, J. Win-
S nil',,nl,   (friietlonnl),   Qreeiinuud
amp, II. Nnsh,
Si-XTIl.'.IIIKl.* III.
Whi!,-   II .,.*-,  Jnuies    ereek,    W.
camp, VV,
8$&'reservation mi    i
ml
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77
ffl LOTS AS GOOD   AS GOLD D^i
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Fur prices and all otherinformation apply to
\REN Bro;
CARSON, B.0,
S McLAREN Bros.     ok    J. C.McLAREN Ml
KAMLOOPS, B. C. flftflfi
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Travellers Insurasee Co. . . .
TnTTTyrfT'O'TinnrTinro'
.... Of Hartford. Conn. *
vttrrnrmrr t
i\  Clinrtcrcd IStiti.
%) j  Stock Life and
Accident Iiimiriince,.
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f
I  ISSUES the best life Insurance ASSETS, .... jjj
iti coi.tracts in the world.   No <.,
1        disappointment ns to dlvi. January i3t, 1897, f
J       dends. Everything Ouaran- ''•••'■ ••"*• |
jl) teed.;ln advance.   Premium LIABILITIES, .. .7,1)20,360.2"«
w rates, 15 to 25 per cent Ies.*, '         "y               il/
$ jhan.those of old line Mu. ] SURPLUS   .... 2,976,424.3 t.
<S ton) companies. Jj',
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Nnxun,   Lung   Luke  camp, ('.   P
Tiicheienu,
Enoch Arden, Central cninp,  P.   P
Alexander
T.  Wick-
an,!..   II. ,I.
p, T. Kearns,
Aelnn, Myers ereek, II. Mcllouell.
Minimi, Myers ereer, E. Burns,
Morning Slur,    (fraeliuunl),   Lung
Lnite eanip, S, S. Edwards,
SI'1-TKMHKII 18,
"V", (fraeiional), Dendwuod camp.
Buundary Creek Mining & Milling Co.,
Ltd,
Queen Bee. Deadwood camp, A, Hill,
Sl, Louis, Copper cuuip,G, Ililcr.
CERTIFICATES 111' IVUKK,
SEFrriiBimi 5.
"Xn. n", II. Wood etal,
No. lo, II. Wood,
HBFTSMBER 8,
Siiininit, W, A. Corbel'.etal,
SEPTEMUEB 111,
Black   Diiuuund,     VV. (1. .McMynn
el nl.
Black Bess, W, G, McMynn el al,
Wellington, If. Kizec.
Wellington No, 2, F, l(iz"i'.
Welling No. 1. II. A, Harris.
Standard, •', Johnson el nl.
Cuiniiianih'i', .1. Dempsey.
Burns, J. .Inhnson el al.
Phoenix, .1. Jjilinsim etal.
BEPTEMmsn 12.
Virgiiia, I'l. S, Grnhiim,
Bunk of England, P. S. Grnhnin,
Cosmopolilitii, ILN*. M 'Lean,
Snow Bird,.I. II. Hedges el ll,
Bullion, Fi M. K.'cbv etal.
dial it,..1,ml tlliinf,   .1. L.   Bjoinberg
el III.
Big Four, II. Murray et ai.
Lulu, li Murrav el ill.
A TViTT_T?'$17
Commercial and Mining men should put  up
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
GOOD ACCOMODATION, EVERYTHING EXCELLENT
Geo J. Sheekari
proprietor.
<< BDUNDARY FALLS HOTEL t»
'*ma+5Z%h Tlloa Wake ^
<»*"Vyj       PROPRIETOR-
The hotel la centrally located and is a slopping place for stage
lilies.     Good Hslllllg III the vicinity,   (lund slnbling.
Meals will be nerved ill nil huius, llle tables being furnished wltb
t|„- lnsl.   A variety of lhe choicest brands of liquors and cigars at the bar,
SITUATED AT BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C
rn naa i*«i 1 twtwBQM
PPl\
.SMITH  .V  McLEOD, I'liiieiiiKTiiiis.
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings,etc. All kinds of factory
work kept in stock and made to order.   Coast Cedar worked
into Furnishings a Specialty, All kinds of Lumber, Lath and
Shingles kept in stock,    Best material always in stock.
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, Handy to Shipment,  Sash and Dock
F.MiTIIIiV ON ('. P, 11., Veuniin,
t   The Travellers C bennlion Accident Pulh'y guarantees foruccidental $   J ngnn.^Murriy . I .1
under ordinary conditions,
jjj   Ilcnlli Hcimlll "•WW ,   Lost '.,' IHkIiI Ifcnsl
(ft    Ui» of Slijlit uf Ilutli Kyos     .     ..,n.ll       luis ill 'l.e till nr nlll
tb   Lostiof Until Idiot 111*llolli Hnnils   u.UH'l      biias nf b'-'il 11 1
(11
Utss iit (Iiii! Hnnil and Um- Pool
Pnrmmiont Total llkibllli
i.,,---.f .ia
I (a..- 1 jn
$2,S0   ffl
',-. ,   (ft
'"'   Id
I,:.- it,
. IHI (II
i
$ Limits of Weekly   I r,(lcii|i|ily S I ,H<)(1. ®
$   AND, If such injuries are sustained while riding as a passenger in a
1   any passenger conveyance using steam   cable,  or  electricity as 11 <j*
motive power tho auioiml to he. paid   shall heDOUBLl* thu  sum J
specilied 111 tbe clause under which the claim is made,
<f
Cost $52 A  YEAR   TO   PltOKKSSIQNAI.   AND    BUSINESS $
Men.and Commercial Travelers, |
Other sums ar. proportionate rates _^& |
"t..::y„ ___\. BJoaKpi-a, I
1  AGENT FOB SOUTHERN HIIITIsll COLUMBIA, MIDWAY 11, c. %
X «
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fa f
fa w~ _T%   ° O   _P St)
IE. . Prior &(iQ..  1
fa ^     ty
fl ,.. . Oi Victoria, a
fa fa
fa Carry a fa\\ stock at Vernon of...  fa
fa ... th
fa Brantford < arriagc < os I )i mocrats, fa
fa Wit]     -    in I ' arts, fa
fa Ma    , 1*1 iris Binders, fa
fa Toionto and Brantford Mowers     -jj'ij
fa and II tj Riiki ., fa
fa Olive Plow Co's Gang, Sull fa
fa and Walking Plows.
th -WW99999WWW9 - 7
• REPAIRS FOR MAGH      '     Agent, at Vernon,        g
f        SOLD BY THEW     ' H.5CHULTZ.|
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r.l'H,.■«*."«.■>.• VW-eVVS.'  ..'>v>*.' -.--aiWWW >*-^i.*.(*'
Having ri nied my] el Hotel, situated in
Greenw iod I    np,-l I  .  '     ive th, first day
of August the bin ii       i1 lhe above In lei has
isees,
F. GRAFF
.. ., Wash.
Nnpn, .1. I. Steele el al
Grand Central, 11. Murray el al.
TUAXBI'liltS.
BUPTBMUHIl 7.
E I'liiribiis I'tiuii,    ,\ ieterest,    '['.
Ke.iriistiiJ, Mek'i'ller.
BlflTBJmBB 13,
Sun- Pointer, 1 interest, P. J. Miller
11,(1.   Ilill'C-
Roanoke.J Interest,W. M, Law 10 G,
liilel.
Cnl,111,bin,.I iniei-sl. VV. M. Law to
(I. Hilar.
Albany, i interest, W. 2\l. Law lull.
Hilar.
 4 ,4	
Tiie Cretan Trouble.
Trouble in the island of Crete continues, and it is likely another bombardment of Ciimliii will luke pluce,
ami certainly will if tho Mtisseohnans
refuse In ley down their arms, The
admirals representing the powers there
have requested their respective govern,
ments lo send reinforcements and as
soon as these arrive n very determined
effort will he 111:1,In which will nu
iinui,I hnvc theeifeetof restoring order
quickly. On the request of the admirals, the Cretan Exectitivo Com*
ihittee 1,,,s succeeded iii Inducing the
Christian Insurant,Is in Catidln to
retire nuMdo the coeilon, Lj.-inllil,
Djevitd Iaiui. the Turkish military
eonmiaiidaiit, says thai lie has given
llu* Turkish military niithoril , I
Can,lia si iiii Instriietlons to nsslsl iu
, .    ■   ■■! ng oilier,   lie ili'i'liires I hai
,1,. llu Iil  Bitzoiikn  were res| hIIiIo
fm* th recenl outbreaks, Twentj une
ndditloiial bodies of Clni illaiifi were
ill cover .I under tho sinculilering
ruins nl Cantlia up tn tlin iu lnsl,, nud
lie ,1 lugbter and her child of the
Lrltlsh Vice-Council hive disappeared
antl no doubt have been massacreed.
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I = Jlsdway Meat Market = f
¥.. A. MATTJIlS, Proprietor.
At this establishment customers c   iiii   Hi
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL.
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!H.€ijf7."i.j_i3.ti-nttoar4aa7.-t.'±!t.e$-jf>t_-G^Ta.±ttSi4^ft,   -   -
* Therefore Meats are'always Irish nnd sweet.   Call and get 11 good Joint S
(1) 'I',,,-, li,>,,,,„  t,. .,!„,- Sf
f#
for dinner to-day.
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i'l    Oi "T* (P Ct, fi f\
*H ndquarters I'o reining men
)  visiting'  tlie  Christina   Lake
CASCADE CITY, B. C.
CH.Thomas, Pro,
district.  Stopping place for
singes on  route from
Marcus to Bcundar
I
Creek  points.
lilST-A 111.l-i 11 bi U   Ihhii.
NLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
-   LAlDNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
•4a&*ti^tt&tosmbasrikCP*JBm-
Ouu  Specialties—^Varieties Profitable in British Columbia
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT   Aa!)  ORNAMENTAL TK13ES,   PLANTS  AXD  VINES'
Send for free Catalogue,   j    ]•'.. Hl'TCHERSON, Manager.
',   •'    •
■ftftiftfY COURT  NOTICE,
III,        a  iiomilj Court „. Vnlo ivill be
,-   ,||,|, ,,    mi JlollllllJ ine "dill   111) Of
.■','.:
M Hu i, tut- Of II O'clock III till! fill ,11,      .
lly Conn,
IV. (i.Mi.MVNN,
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|mJ ^:77- ON[* THING  IS CKR'ITtIN
t
We have furniture on the way in CAR LOAD LOTS, and
in a (aw clays will be able to offer our patrons
Bed Room Sets Chairs and Tables  *  Lounges,
-   -   Sideboards, ete.   etc.   -   -
ALL OP THE LATEST PATTERNS ANI) DE3I0NS
ANO AT PRICES A'HICII WILL DEFY COMPETITON.
.We are agents for the NEW WILLIAMS nnd RAYMOND SEWING MACHINES.
T. Mo Gulley & Go., Greenwood B.G.
THE
HOTEL
Greenwood City   Boundary Creek, B. C.
We iiatejiisl opened the above hot el at Greenwood Cily. nnu are prepared
u weleome guest- and provide 0. 1 accommodation,   Good Catering,   J*i.s
•Ina!: Livory Stable,
J VV.  NELSON
FFiCFRIETOR Midway, B. 0„ September 19, 1808,
THE '''-'■ AMi ia
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mr. Thos, Wake, of Boundary Fulls,
has been on the sick list, for a few
days.
Two Calgary men were among the
number who bought lets iu Midway
lust week.
Mrs. C. J. Bales, of Greenwood, is
enjoying a change of n ir ut the Jack-
sou lllllell,
Mrs. Jus. MeMi'ol returned to Midway last week after a pleusiml   visit tn
her parents at Ou "son,
Mr. G. T. Hodgson nf Greenwood,
left on Saturdays sluge to Per.tlclon,
Ills rep.tiled that Mr, S. Moullon-
Barrett, has snid his business lilnck in
Gieenwood City to Mr, F. S.
Barnard. Tbe considerilim il is
suid wiissuuieivlit'i'si in the neighborhood of $10.LOO.
li in stated that Messrs, (I. E, Seymour .v. Co., proprietor", of lhe Windsor hotel in Greenwood have disposed
of tbelr premises to Mr, P. ti. Barnard,
who bus il is suiil ni'ipiiieil ihem fora
syndicate whicli is Investing heavily in
Boundary creek,
Mr, W. J. Armstrong, ilu* Tin nnd
Stove Man is ut piesenl it visitor in the
distriet., and If reports cnn he relied
upun, il is iinui* Uiui likely he  will
forhishouie in England, where be I „,„„ lip tt hrudwmro Btopn nt'tbls pnliifc.
will spend suine lime, before rel urnlng i Th,.n, •„ „ gnod „,„.„■„,, •„ SU(.h ., •,•„,,_
to Boundary creek. and no doubt u good trade could he
Messrs. E. B, Barohard and A,  H. built up by anyone as pushing as Mr.
Harrison of the B.C.  mine, Summit! Armstrong,
camp, and L. S. Moulton-Biirrett of
Greenwood, went ever to Osoyoos
Luke last week on a shouting and
hunting trip.
Mr. A. R. Tillman came over from
Camp McCi.ddy on Friday last, and
liefore returning home will no dnnlil
investigate the possibility nf establish-
Mr, A. K. Slnarl.of Vancouver passed lhrough Midway nn Wednesdays
stag,* bound for Greenwnod, there
to join his brothers, and remain wiih
tlauu nn a shnrl visit, lliiring liis
sojourn in Ihe districl Mr. Smart, my
take a spin over to OhrlstiniiLake, inni
will endeavour while Ihere  to  enjoy
neighborhood. ■
Mr. W. Powers is making preparations to again try his hand at the
sawmill business and ns snun ns n new
plant can be got on the giound lhe
buzz nnd whir nf the saw will be
heard in the land, and Midwny given
what it is so badly ill need of, viz.,
lumber.
Mr. Adolph Dt'itckur, who is a member of the llriiish House of Cs,in,unns,
niuTcuhlfd from England In Mr. L, 8,
Muiihoii-Hiii'i'i'ti, nl Greenwood, to
expect him uiiuul lhe Sib insl. Mr.
Drucker owns the Guld Hug nnd Hidden treasure mineral rlniuis in Dead-
wood camp.
Mrs. McMynn intends lo return tn
her home in Midway by the middle of
next iiiontn.'^ She bus hnd nn enjoyable holiday, but lalely has been in-
convinced !>> extremes of we'dher.
When she lefl Toronto recently the
bent wits trying, but upun her arrival
in Manitoba she had llie uncommon
experience uf a snowstorm iu the
harvest Beason,
Mr. 0, M. Melville our Inenl contractor nud builder, tried lu perform a
ticklish siiruit'iil operation tbe othei
day will, u baml axe, wilh Hie resull
that lbe fnselii get' uf his lefl luinil wns
nearlyjSwvi'ri'll, Fur a few ilnys the
wounded member did nicely, and ihen
became very Iriiuhlosiiiiie, but is nnw
mending rapidly. Tin* pal len'
declares that he wont meddle with
surgery but will slick In his own trade
for the future,
Mi. E. A. Bielenherg returned lo
Boundary Creek a few ilnys agn after
paying a visit tn Seuttli*, Portland,
Spukane ami towns in the Kootenay,
Mr. Bielenlierg reports much con,inenl
being indulged in by ntitslders relative
tn the resources and prospects nf
Buundary Creek, which district he
says is held in Very higli esteem. The
coming winter nnd next Spring will lie
thinks see much capital and a great
influx of peuple into this distriet.
Two cases of glanders have developed al Greenwood, The horses have linen quiiiantined hv Dlstriot Veteiluary
Surgeon Christie, unil uill no doubt be
destroyed as soon as wind is received
from the authorities. Every precan.
tion is being taken tn prevent lhe
spread uf the disease, which undoubtedly wus brought into tin* cnuntry last,
summer among stock from the olher
side of llu* line, and before Hr. Christie
wsss regularity appointed Veteniary
Burgeon for the southern porlion nf
Yale disirici.
Two or three very llerce bush fires
un' raging in the neighborhood ul'
Cninp McKinney, uml ns a result, the
nlmiisphere is pi'eginnt with sninke,
Undoubtedly these fires have been
started by parlies desirous of burning
olf Ilie timber nnd underbrush, sn ihul
prospecting uiny the mnie readily he
prosecuted. The recent rich strike in
Ihe cninp mny in amen.ure be accountable fur the heedlessness of the de-
pinihilnrs tu lhe inleresls of oilier*,
The authorities should make a searching enquiry intu the ninller und if
possible punish the nffcutlc's.
Messrs. P. Burns nnd W. J. Wilson,
who conlrol the West Kootenay district men! supply, arrived from N'.'lsnn
last Friday night, li is understood
that, they are negotiating with Ihe
Keltic River Dressed Meat nml Provision On,, wilh a view tn buying mil
that company und extending iheir
business in the Boundaiy counlry. li
Is significant thai Mr. Burns who Is
interested with Messrs. McKemde,
Mann & On, in lhe railway charier,
under whieh ihe Pentletlnn—Midway
railway is In be I,uill, purchased snme
real eslale in Midway dining his brief
visit.
ing his saw mill at snme pninl in lliis some fishing nnd  hunting I'm* which
spurt, judging by the reports of the
residents nf the neighborhood, tlie
place is justly famous.
Mr. Sharp the manager of the Hudson Ilny Company's stint* at Vernon,
passed through the districl during the
past week, going north in Pentieton
on Tuesdays singe. It was Mr. Sharp's
first visit to Boundary ereek, and he
was agreeably surprised at ihe many
evidences of prosperity which confronted him at. every turn as it were, The
Hudson Buy Company has many
patron's throughout the district, and
these Mr. Sharp wai pleased to become personally uctpiiiinted with.
Messrs. .1. II. Fergnsnn, uf Trail, nnd
,1. P., Mills, nf Rosslaud, were visilois
In Midway lasl Tins,lay, Both were
very .fiiviirahly impressed willi the
excellent, nut uf nl advantages anil the
guod prospects uf Hie town, Mia
Ferguson purs hnsed no-acre I il nu Ihe
Murray Addition ami a 60x1-10lol in lhe
Inwn, II,* purposes bringing in his
wife nnd fin,iily ihis fall and making
his home here, 'llie visitors left un
their return journey nn Wednesday
morning, lining mil by ihe Kettle
River road In Grand I'rilhieandlhence
by lbe Dewdney trull tn Rossland.
Messrs. Poitiuaiiii ami Hai dinger of
Purl maun Hens, k nardingerofGreeh
wood weie in town mi Wednesday
Messrs, Poi'lmanii Bros. & Hard-
inger are building a line brewery un
premises which ate situated jusl norlh
uf Greenwood mi ilu old Elkhorn
mineral claim, This brewery when
completed will il. Issuid henne nf the
if imt. iln- largest on ihe mainland,and
as all parlies interested in Ibe undertaking nre men nf experience, they
will be sine In lum nut nn article
which will successfully compete willi
the gnnds nuw derived from other
sources,
This
Hot
Weather
Will bring plenty of flies
"TANGLEFOOT"
WILI. ('.Wil   nil
,SUIVK.
FOI, SALE BY,
J,
DRUGGIST
MIDWAY - B. C
C. F. COSTERTON
VKRNON. II, ('.
fieneral Real Estato & Financial Ag(.
NOTARY PUBLIO,
•A.-g-'raira.'fc  SPoaplIt—
Tin.; Rotaii Insurance Coy.
The London and Lancashire Fire
Insurance Coy.|
The  Insurance Coy. ok North
America.
The London and  Canadian Fiu
Insurance Coy.
The Sun Life Absurance Cuy ur
Canada,
The DmtiNioi* Ri'ii.Dixtt and Loan
Association.
Appraiser kor thu OAnada Permanent Loan and Savings Cot,
J_ CHRISTIE;iV.R.C.V.S-
(KDINBUROII, SCOTLAND)
DOMINION VETERINARY INSPECTOR.
All Domestic Animals treated an Boloutlfio
principals.
RcBldonco • •  - - GHKKNWOOD. 11. C.
M Wheat Fop Sals.
B»»**:
fl
'sbsssxzxxfpl-ziw.-. Yftsft- ftt'i'm
Parties needing good
clean fall senl  wheat
for  planting, should
call nn |. A. Coulson,
Midway, I!. C,
has two famous
tries, the	
Earlv Genessee Giant
"'and
Dawsona Golden Chaff.
MINERAL ACT 1896,
Certificate   of Improvements
jsto'X'jccs.'S,
Hon Roy Minimal Claim.
Situate in tlio Kettle River Minim* Division
of Yale Dlstriot,  Where looatod i Central
(Jain p.
TAKK NOTICE Ilinl I. AIi'mhiIit IViilliii'i*
I    froo minor's oortiltciitc Nu. 112a. intond,
sixty daysfi* Into horonf, In iiiwH* in lho
Mining Hoonnlor fjr a cortitauo nf Improve-
mollis, for tho purposo .if obtaining :i Crnwi,
Oram of tlio nbovo oluiui.
A nd furthor toko nsiti.'c [tint aoilon undor
nootiuiilHnnisI bocommoncoil boforo llu. issu-
n nf ant-it Cortlfloato nf Improvomonts.
llatod this mill day stf Juno, isas.
Mineral Act 1896.
Certificate  of Improvements,
Xotice.
Oiii.n Hii.i, MInkiui. Claim,
Situate In tlio  Osoyoos Minims Division of
Yalo   District.   Where looated:— Cnmp
Fairview
"TAKE NOTICE, tl.i'.l I, riina.il,. Blola Qroon
I na iiki'hi far Wr.i. A. Dler froo
minor's corElfioito No, join*, uinl Alfred
A. Dnviila-in froo Minor's corlM ail,! Nn. JOBS,
intond, skly ilsiys from thedati* lioroof, to apply
in Il„. Mini,..: Itceordor fur ,, oorllflcnlo of
Improvement', for tho iniriioso ot obtaining n
Crown giantof tlio abovoolalme,
And fun hor take nolieo ili.il action, undor
soot Ion 37..nuii,l bo commenced heforo *ho isa,,
anon of snob eorllllonlo of iinprnvonloutu.
Datod thia isih day cf July, law.
Mineral Act IS96.
Certificate of  Improvements,
who
vari.
in
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SJotiloo.
Hull ItllV AMI Nltill'I'IM! 11,1. 51 .veil u. CLAIMS,
Sltllnto in llio Osi.y.ms Minimi Division of
Ynle district.    Where   located;  Camp
Pairview,
-TAKK NOTICE,llial [.Clin
I ngonl for il,.' Kalrvimi t'nns.
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unrtiflenloNo. Isli1.li. inlend, -ia!
I ho dato hereof, to apply In il„! it
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piii'lDssi ..f iiliiiiinlng ,i L'ronn gmiit nf lit,
abovo s'lftlm.
A,,.1 final
seolion ar.
lo lllola Qroon
sullilnti.it Uold
. from
Dill-.I Iiii
.',' inlin notico tin,, action, luidor
iiiii-i l iinnien.'cil boforo II,c
■anl, ....iiiiint.. nl InipravomoiiUi
121bday nf.liili, is'."*.
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*:& Kit
Druggists Suradri^s,
Paient Medicines, Etc
MilSer's Pharmacy Greenwood, B.C.
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THE RUSSELL -HARDWARE GO.
GREENWOOD CITV, 1!. C.
—********—
LARGE CAR OF
Boors, Windows, Banssters and Blocks
AT LOWEST PRICES.
—<•*><>-.*>■***> —
PAINTS OILS, VARNISHES, COLORS.
,\Ve sairry everything in these lini's..,,
Mail orders receive prompt attention.
First -ftfto: tin-shop in connection
Goods away up      Come in anil see!     Prices away down.
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GBEENWOOD CITY MEHCANTILEi
GREENWOOD CITY, II. C
—
'^CHANTS
—AND—
Wholesale • ■
ip leaks |
I Special Radaelions to
at of Tom Trade.
I Gools Dotal Free.
ya-E^a'iss
ne miners nome,
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FAIRVIEW, B. C.
THIS MOTEL offers tin: best of accommodation
at moderate charges. Only the best brands ci
liquors and cigars kept mi hand. A good table
and good beds add much  to tlle comfort of i.s
patrons.
E. MORRIS, PROP.
ROGSLAMD.
G   EENWOOn.
1 THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO.
LIMITED LIABILITY' '.
Real Estte and Mining Brokers.
Fire Insurance a Specialty.   maJSJ^a^W™
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IN THE
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ST. LOUIS HOTEL at
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Camp McKinney, B. C
Patrons will find a new house, neatly furnished,
and possessinij all modem conveniences, tending-
to tlie comfort of gaiests. Strict attention paid to
the wants and wir.hes of customers at all times.
(aiiili STAIILINO  ov  Till':  PREMISES,
T, DONALD & Co. Props.     T. DCNALD, Marg run tnVANCB
SlmwAv. B.C.,September 18, 1898.
BOUNDARY GREEK MINING ID MU LING COMPANY, LTD, LY,
Incorporated October 21st, 1896.
__xnjkja oitzce, 7:-. ■   sehsbtwoou cixrsr, tt. c.
Capitalization $1,500,000, in li Stares, tawy Stoek 700,000 Shapes.
COMPANY'S PROPERTIES.
The Company's mining properties now consi >t of fourteen claims, viz, the D. A., G. A. R. Big
Ledge, O B, S. H. B., Fred D., S. F, J. A. C, P. H., C. S. & H, E. C. B,
Prospective,   Spokane  and  Granite   Falls.
SIX OF THESE HAVING BEEN ACQUIRED SINCE INCORPORATION
F
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DESCRIPTION]
On the "I). A" is u vain uhnnt |!S)
ini'lii's wide, wilh n pay-streak of ! to
12 hit-lies; li-i.in Ini-; 8,053 1 lin. nf ure
was shipp-t-d tn the smelter, giving
Tl 0.:'II." has two distinct veins
one 26 feel,-wide which, from its strike
anil general rlnii'iiclrr wuuld serin to
he tin' annul vein ns thul on the llig
$103.15 gold per Inn, silver 747-10 nzs., I U'dne, although  suftlrienl   luis  not
itnd 2 per ci-nt. lend. A tunnel is hi'ini* | heen done I ake this conclusive
OFFICERSO I COM PA NY :
"lie second vain has ill present I!
width of nearly three feel. Assays
have shown values in gold frnni $4.00
to $170,53, while n conservative sampl-
iiiji l.y Mr. S. S. Fowler, Jl. E, gave
$20.00 in gold,
II. A, IIOL11KOOK
E. JACOBS	
-   -   -   -   PllEHlDKNT
_ - _      -   Manager
Secbetabs-Tiusabuheb
BANKERS
BANK OF MONTI1EAL   - 'Q   Vebnon, 11. 0
driven on this vein from which oro is
heing laken. On the same property is
it larger vein (quartz) currying galena
nnil pyrites.
The "(I.A. II." has a mi-l'niil shaft
sunk on ii2-i'i>nl vein, heavily n mural*
ized with nn intimate mixture..[ iron
and copper pyrits s, galemt, hlei - '. rid
sllverghtnce, Thcllnesl piecesol \ . 'esii*
ver found oiiBouuduryOreek were taken
(ruin Ihis shaft. Avetago assays fnnn
ilill'eitail, plaees across th*' vein gave
f.'f.ni   gal.I.   all   na-.   silvrv;  H   ftft,   	
gold  and 150 ma. silver nnd on*, llu  .
Iiilesl  return -$15.05 gold nnil 1IIU4-5       T;„, ..|.',.,,| D." was   locnled ii,  ile
ozs. silver pel ton. j ,.,.|„i„.,,, issir,, mure ns giunml I'nr a
1 hnsis I'm- mining operations fur (he
On llie "llig Ledge" is a lO-foot i other thiinis than for its present value,
ipiiiilz vein, mineralized with inm although ihere is littlu clnulit that the
pyrites, 'this vein lias heen opened ; huge vein on the O. B, runs lhrough
up l.y cross-nils on Iiu* surface fsrjtiu | it, There ia a small vein nf galena un
feet,    A  narrower   vein    has   heen j Ihis clai'n.
opened up, lining one fsml '.vulc. carry* ' 	
ing considerahle copper pyrilet, and
runs inlo the main ledge as a spin', on
which ;t tunnel nf ill feet has hrett
ihr. en. Average assays gave $33 gold
and 1 ITU nzs. silver, itnd $10.35gold
17: nzs. silver, 2 pel eenl. copper
RF
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This company is registced under the
Companies Act, 1890, and amending
nets, in tlie olliee of llu; Registrar in
k
The"B. F.Micsi.riwwil tb" tt. A. H
antl !). A., in tho direction "1 Hi** Hlrikf
'■"v^.-.'d'-j     on tht» ft. A. R. voin. Thin lni'jitiuii hns I vei op n lent  work  has  been  doni1 on
eeiituadi'on a vein of pyri'liolite.       j hen'.
On lhe"X, II. II." are'two converg-
ng veins nf enpper nml iron pyriles,
ai wliieli wnrk is nnw heing done, An
ivernge  ;i:..ay  gill',', go!,1   ire..'ill, silver       	
•'a .'•"*.. '.ii'i- u,«i per icnt., nr    i  Victoria, B.C., for 1,500,000 shares at
j $1.00, non- assessable, of which a
portion of the Treasury stocK is now
offered at io cents a share on application to the company.
The   ".1. A. O." has a large  iron-      j
capping running tihrough ii fr ihe /t__m&BBI_W
Allileniull, ill il depth  nf :s   feu  feel,        j
'1 he ore carries a considerahle percent,
age 111' 111' COppCl  illlll $1(1 ill gil'll. j
,    4
Tiie remaining six claims are all good      ( " f
pt'iispecls,  uut (is yel  very lillh'  th
MINERAL ACT 1896,
Certificate  of   Iniproveiiients.
wo*.i .2iij.u1..
Tins August Minkuai. ... um.
Sltunte In Osoyoos Mining Division, of Yale
llislricl.   Where lociued:   Camp Fair-
view.
TAKK NOTICK llml iv, 11. nose, tree ininer's cortlllcalo N,.. 7li.Hl, .lain, Sevens,
froo minor'H cerlillcate S'o, '.'-'.'.Iii. .Inlin A. Cory*
t-t'iiill.'iiii! N'o.lll'Ai,   ...   P,
CHOICE NORTHERN GROWN
-   f'f.     "•■?'•!      ^ft:Pft7^Q
You Want the Best and the Cheapest.^-
T3IE OJt'IiV PREFECT F33HCE.  JleMullen's   Fencing   nml   Netting
-,,^,V,,",,„ni. prmniiin l onihine these twnt'iinlit
«*„& «W!REOTG no„u„.i,,i„.
JCur-i. JXinay
ell, (reo miner i'crtlfli.'nlo Nn.illii,   ,1,   1'.   />,   „
Blirnyonl froo minor'scoi'tlllcnto Nu. IkVIH, In   5 1119H i'itV  .   .
Ii'iiil.-i\ljiiis).-li'„in.l-ili-liei'...l',l..iii.!;l, milse ' V"""1"*11-./    '   *
AT liAS'l liRN lJklCI:S.
1
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WIRE
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WIRE ROPE SELVAGE.
MInlnii IIocohUt fni1 n i n-liflcaie of imi
iiit'iiih, I'm- Uu purpose uf outiiiulnu u -. rown
(Jnini nl ihc iiltuviM'lriin Ijj  Hiolnigont John
Kiuvi;iih,
Ami furllior tnko notico llml ncliun. uwii»r
flocllon ;ii si tn fumiii. nci il Iii fort! iln- iwui*
mieoof nucli Cerlilicutool linprovotnuiiU.
Dutod tliU tut day of AiiKUKl, ISJJS.
i   r'   ...
irj__.xn.xi.
Showing tlio Dines Jind Placeb o! Counts ol'
Assize, Nisi Prlusi 0) o" and Terminer and
Goncml Gaol Delivery tor llie Yeur 1008.
FU.I, ASSIZKS.
Clliilon Thursday, 22nd Soptombor
IUelilleld Monday, Ml li floplwnbor
Katnloopa Monday, Hrd i Ictobov
Lyllun Friday, Nlh October
Vornon Monday, lOlli On obor
New Wcalminutoi'.. ..Tuwday, 1--I  N'oveuibi r
Vauoouvor Monduy, I lib Novonibei'
Victoria Ttiobduy, lSiliNovombci'
Nanaimo Tuesday, 22nd N'ovcinbc
MAIL ORDERS  FILLED PROMPTLY
_^_^_^—   , ft3£&\
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'■,".* Jlnrnil'i^hi.-^r.nilHo'iaby
THH ONTA-niO W.ltE P^NCINO CO., LTD.
l'iCi'jii, Ouwrio,
.. .We Pay The Duty ...
O..B & P. B. NELS
Seed Merchants, Nelson, Wash.
Commereial Job PpiBling,
AT "THE ADVA.NIT'.'
THE MIDWAY HOTE1
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Glues Accnniinoiliition.   Oood SKthling.   Te, ini.ni ' Stage Line
fri,ni Mariais, Washington.
McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors.
W. llAI.HVJIl'Li:
(,,auc-„-i..t    3ESl*aol2*c-Dxa3.£'4ilii
FAIRVIEW, ll.C.
J, VV. |.'i.!.U
WATCHMAKER ancl JEWELLER
HOG  FENCINGS   AT   SPECIAL,
LOW PRICES.
(AU, (ITIIKK VAIIIKTIIWCHKAI'.I
I'Mullen's are Ihe nnly good nellings
-niil in Ciinnilii. They are unequalled for poultry yardi, tvolllsos, and
IllWIl leliees.
Ask your hardware merchant for McMullen's (roods.   If you cannot buy of
I The Manufacturers nt Picton, Ont,, or to
him write to   The b. Greening' Wire Co,, Ltd., Hamilton and
:       Monti oal, General Agents.
JAMliS C001>F:R, Hontreal,  General Agent for Railway Fencing.
w i. y.Tt :■ -a. i., mMTH ■"jxtanar 1 -mrtawxn
mm,
COUNTY COURT NOTICE-
A sitting of tlio Counl)' Courl nf Ynlu will lie
iiililen
At annul I'iii'Iis, nn I'rlilu.v, llie "Us
sl.'ij of Oclobor, i'li1..
|   Al llio liiuir e! II o'olook In Il.e Inrc n
MIDWAY, 13. C. IllyCiininiitnil.
s. It. ALMOSO,
All Kinds  of Repairing.   Horseshoeing    Fine  Watch Repairing1  a  Specialty, uovcriiinnntOH   . li. li.e.e.
if ua, l   Wi'i-niHu       n'i."!,i        (lii.n.i l''i..'li.',.-,i!lil.-liil.el-,',lll. talis
^Specialty, A.ls M nil* *i ..il,iiiu-n-     ii-'-.n
sw*lift! iffI!"*vs
odt^mi^^isj^
COUNTY COURT NOTICE
A slitini; nt ihe County Court nf Yale will
lie holdon
At l.'all'vlew, nn Ocliilnr lillh 1898.
At I lie litnf'tsf II o'clock in llie fiii'enoon.
llyiaiiniiii.ini.       0. A. It. I.AJIIil.V,
tlovoriuaoiil 11:11", il-..v.ita, I1.lt. Ull.
Auuiistfltii lbtia.

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