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 >V A N C E
Cj^.<lW,_ 7Z,a^
Vol. IX, No. 18.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 1898.
$2.00 per Year.
D W. JAKES,M.D„0,M,
1IY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE HIVCR
DISTRICT.
OFFICE
GREENWOOD CITY
G
1,ATI'. Ill
ERALD WILLIAMS, M, D„ C, M.
vhiixon, ii. e.
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Eno,
QR* WHITE,
Graduate of McGill University.
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
T   P. MoLEOl),
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc,
Midway, ii. e.
A
LLAN MACDONALD,
BARRI8TER AND SOLIOITOR
Of the Supreme Court or B. C.
NOTARY   PUBLIC, ETC.
Vernon, n. c.
J   MONTEITH
Notary PuMic, etc.,
Fairview, B. 0
M    S. CAYLEY,
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR.
GluNll E'OIIKS, 11. 0.
C    ADRIAN   MEYER,
MINING HllllKRH,
Notary Publio, Etc.
Barnard Ave.. Viais-ii\a B.0.
u*> — Ui.L—:,v*ri r- wttttt*MBrxanf1'**Bimnm Mia-vMiiKViatw-f"
j    ',',. JOHNSON,
General Oolloottn'j and   Inanrnncsi   Annul.
Mlnoral CliitniB Boughtr-and   Bold,   Notary
1'lllllir.
(Jit.AND   FORI!
m77m§m0m$mi.i
I W.T.SHATFORD & Co.
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j®! best assorted stock in this
ttt   section of the district and
General
"Merchants,
sell at prices to suit the
times,   .   .   .
NEW GOODS CONSTANTLY
ARRIVING, SEND FOH PRICKS
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c&     WE ARE AGENTS FOR McCLARY'S FAHOUS STOVES.
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W. T. Shatford £k Co.
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Tee Columbia Fioim
 MILLS AT VERNON, 11. C. - - .
■ BEaaai ******—
MANUFACTURERS OF I! Ki) I GRADE FLOUR
Hungarian, Three Star, Strong Bakers, Superfine.
All produced by the celebrated Hungarian Plansifter system.
Try some, mad., by tha only Plansifter mill in the Province.
....WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR A 8PECIALTY,.,,
See That Each Sack is Marked
--: L P. Hithet & Co, Ltd., mmm, Victoria. B. C.
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION Met Defeat.
Victoria's '-lliu Four"   tlnl   uol   win
Records for.theWeek Ending August ,,„., ir,.iMl:, •„„,,,•„ (lM ,.
94th,l898. |,.(| .,, Winnipeg on tin ISlli in-'.,  Illll
MINERAL L0P.WIONS, they made the present holders ...' llle
AOOOST 17 iiii.', i|,.. Argonauts, of Toronto, exert
tlwl, lli'uilivooil cniiip, P. Howard, their every clfoiI lo  hold  what, lliey
New Vork, Kiniherly  CKmp,  (I.  ti.  hud win Eastern eotiines,
Ford. Following is nn account uf the ureal
AUGUST 18 ina.' :
Joule, Kiniherly eamp, J, McMiilioit. Winnipeg, Aug.  IH   Willi  pnrfeel
Aiiai-iniilii,   Kiniherly   camp,    P, weatherncd In ihu prtwencv nf an im-
Mickey, mense rnnciiiusenf | pie, the James
auoust 2(1 Buy cteiv, of Victoria,  i  tbelr Hrst
Longfellow, (fractional) Kettle river, defeat al the hands ,,f ihe hruwny
M. VV, Dresser, Argonauts, of Toronto, champions of
lien  Hui',  Skylark  camp,   I!.    II, America, nl Canada,of the Northwest,
Bergman, Rowingassociation, and  nnu   of the
AOBD8T 22 Pacific count,   The men from Victoria,
Gladstone, (fractional,)   Providence however, lived up tn tbelr trndlllonB,
camp, T. Q. Butler, und when the ciews llni-ii.-d.   neither
Llt.i le Oopper, Deadwood camp, T. Q, if them could do moie than paddle lo
Bullerand II. 0. McDonald. the tlo.il,   They died gaiue, nndnnnne
White Goat, West Copper cainp, 11. of the Victorians who came  to  Win*
Bryant, nlpeg had any lensi.u to feel ashamed
Porto Rico, Long Lake camp, .1. VV, of the men whoso nolily carried  tie*
Nelson and G. A. llendell, hlue and white,
Empire, Canyon Creek, D. McMillan, An on the previous day, interest in
august 2,1 tlle opening events was dwarfed liy the
Tariff,     Greenwood     cainp,     ,1. Intense excitement, which the hul tie of
ii. C
m r mn - «.■**"••.■*. t.i- .-•>*. iT?r.'m .a
CORBES M, KERBY, P.L.S*.
A.M.C.S.C.I'I.,
ENGINE Eft   AND  SURV'-'YOP
Notary Public.
ilmwAv, nc,
Fiic'iiiril ihmmm k Co,
.MIIIWAY, ll.C.
REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL
AGENTS.
MINING  BROKERS.
FIRE, LIFE ID ACCIDENT INSURANCE.
2 Good accomniodati;)*,! fit the V
1 HOTEL PENTICTON 1
TWIN A, CORYELL, A.M., ll.C. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN*
Irrigation Projects, Engineering nnd Survey
Work, with Plnns nnd Estimates In any
Portion of the Province Immediately At-
tendod lo,
Mnps and Plans of Any Portion or Osoyoos
Districl nnd Mining Camps oi Kottlo Hivcr
Mining Division,
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIIIWAY nnd VERNON.
0. A. auras, M. A, II, A.Ill IW, M. A,
GUESS BROS.
Chemists and Assayers
Thoroughly tamtliar willi Kftlrvlow nnd
Boundary Orook Mineral Proportion, Proportion Examined. Always and Analyses of Oim
Fuels, Etc.
0REBNW00D, 0. ('.
M, BABR-BTT* 0, T. HODGSON
BOUNDARY  OREEIK
Engineering anil Assaying Co.
(rl'i'OllWIIOll Cily, 11. (.'.
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
ines Examined and Reported  on
Thorough Acquaintance, with the Kottle
Hives' (snsl  lltiliullliry Orcoll Milling
District.
 !E*oa?	
Travelers, Commercial men, Mining' men
and Sportsmen.
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(f Terminus of stage    \
(@   nnes from—«*■•*-
Pairview,
Osoyoos,
OroviUe, Wash.
-AND-
Si I
/ ||Oamp ■'(.•!' Inncy,
! Midway, Orcein 'ood,
Carson. Grand Forks,
and Marcus, Wash.
7
Dempsey.
UU11TIF1CATE3 OP WORK.
AUGUST 10
Herbert Spencer, !•', _, McMann,
Boston, W. J. Giliaoii,
AUOUST 18
Idaho, G, W. Kiiniher|<er et al,
Viiiicouvei', JL Oppenheiiuer,
Pyei made, A. L. RoRers et al.
AUOUST 11)
Nellie, H. Unvis el al,
Leap Year, S. M. Johnson,
Deer Horn, ,1. 11, Morrison et al,
AUGUST 21)
Mntne, M. W. Dresser et al.
Ibex, S Larsen,
Riverside, S, Larsen.
Ave Maria, T. L. Tnrmey,
Toronto, M, Kav.
Biillernt, M. Garland.
Bendlgo, M, Garland.
AUGUST 22
Vlrglna, E. S. Graham,
Paymaster, E. 8,Graham.
AtlaUlIc, G. Ilaltili'iai.Iiei nl.
TRANSFERS.
AUGUST 1(1
Black Bess, J interest, G, Henderson
to P. 0. Woods.
Little Annie, J interest, J. McNulty
l.iT. Clark.
Little lli'own, -} interest, J. McNulty
to T. Olark.
Marshall, J inleiesl, D. Bresnnliuii I
T, Olark.
Little Annie, ^interest, J. JlaN'u
piants ni'tiiscd in every one, and an expression of relief was clearly noticeable
when the end of Ihu Argonaut boat
eunie out of the cbib-hnusa, and the
slalwari Tun.nli.uin.ia in.ik ihe wnter,
They looked every Inch of what they
are—a splendid crew of men, (it lo nice
for llieir lives. Tlu-y got a hearty
round of applause as they pushedclear,
bul, this waa drowned in the wild outburst whlchgi'eeled the appearance nf
the James Bay crew, They certainly
i were the popular crew, uud carried
with Ihem Ihe sympathy of three-
, quarters of tin* crowd.
Tli" ci'i'ua, faced Ihc starter, und ilu*
Argonauts, In their anxiety to get
| iiwitv, uindi! one false start, which tbe
crowd very unreasonably hooted.
When theydld getaway, the Toronto
crew caught the water Ib'st, and set
out with four feet, ofa lead, rowing 34.
The .Iisines Bays, pulling the snme
stroke, kept even till the quarter was
reached when the Argonauts wen' up
In 11(1 nnil Increased theii lead to Imlf n
length. The Vieloria men slnnd Ihe
rise, but Widdowson was steering si
aainii'ivltai erratic course, and crossed
the river nearly twice before tinning
the buoy, Here ihe Victorians Inst
number half lenglh, Ihe Argnn-ints
paiing round in 17 seconds while the
James Buys lunk 21.
The Toronto crew starl<*d home a
clear length In llu* lead, and with the
westerners directly in Iheir wake. In
oi'iit   In 'at clear,   Widdowson  drew
(® W. C. HAYWOOD     -    -    ■•    W. L. LEONARD, ©)
(Q Proprietors, Penticton, B. C. ft]
VQ&9&&9&&9&&&&&&&&$_ '7'}ft
O.K. F
lA-**»
iiiiiii >7
to.I. Bi"suahnn.
,,,,,,   u .. ,      ,,,,,.,      across towards the  Si, liomlace sue,
Lnile Brown, i interest, J. McNulty      , .,
,    ,   „        , *   uii'l t ie Argiiniillts  inil   mi  a smart,
IoJ. Bi'fsnnhau. , ,     .,
,,     u ii , i .      .  r, t,        , spurt and tiiokiiiiolier length.   Mull Z
Marshall,}interesl, D. Bresnahan to .    ,   ,  , . ,
,  ,,        i in their Imw, wns steer ng a   liciiuiifiil
J. rii'i'snnliun, '
,„, ...     ..       ,,      ,,   . ,    course, nnd navel'  osl.il V.IK .    Ill spite
liiiini*, (fractional, all  Interest, ,1.    ,  ..   ,      „  ,     . ,.     ... ,   .'
,,      .    ,       ...   '  .,   ,    , o" all 111"  elf..its of  the  Vlflor alls,
M     I Ounningham tn P, 0, McAi'thur, ,,                     , ,       ,,    ,    .       ,
V'"                                            ,_ thev coiiltl not rut down the lend, mid
AUGUST 17 ,„   '                         ,       ,,      ,   .      '
loroniocame under the bridge two
clear lengihs to the good, There
O'Siillivan called upon his men for a
Inst, spurt, mul rnisedlhe stroke In 118.
For n ninnc'iH lhey gained giniind, but
Wright pulled the Argonautsl.ogelhei,
and lhey won in a drive, with 2**
lengths lo spare.   The lime wasDiUl.
Mendocino, J interest, W. 0. McMynn as sheriff to I*. Jncohs,
AUGUST 18
Jewel, J interesl, B. Kane lo J. Grey.
Jewel,  J interest,   E.  Kane  tu   l„
Simpson,
AUGUST,2IJ
Longfellow, (fractional,) all Inlerest,
M. W, Dresser to W. 15. Peterson,
AUGUST 22
Keepin;: Fresh Eggs.
Experiments have   been  mnde by
Toronto, J interest, J. (iillnn  tu  \V.  Director Slnuch,  nf  the agricultural
Wilson. school in Niesse, Germany, wilh vnii"
AUGUSTUS mis  I,,,,]   I'm   keeping  eggs  flesh.
Lndogii, J Interest, F, J, Miller lo J,  Al lho beginning of JulySOfiesh eggs
IS the  name  of  being   thi   33©SSlb  ''• Anderson, were trented by end ibod, ami ex
iimEiii'il al the end of February,    The
result  are given below :
Hume ninlster of Mines, Kept in brliie t    All  unHl  fm  use.
Mr. K,I. Iln., 'Nels   n  Nnl  ''•"';'v",i' ''"  "ttp-Uatuhlp fr	
u.li lbe Sen, .ahlnel as  .Man-..  lu'inRsalUfated in salt.
ter of Mines nnd Provincial Secretary, si'Sl!
iu succession io Colonel .I. i   A,  )':■'•■■ ' , '"
,, , ,  , Kepi um '.llllll       Id   nn.l
Baker who held a similar purl foil   no
I be Tnr 'cabinet,,  Tin*, makes lhe |i, j"
Iil'll iiber in ihe new ministry, and  ' ' ,|1"
Hi nt al nnd
7U
OtU1 flour
all-round flour on the market, try it ancl vou will not use other
brands,   Our shareholdersgrow the wheatand w. grind the
flour with the latest inproved milling machinei.
OUR liramls are, HUNGARIAN, XXXX, STRONG
BAKERS, ECONOMY, SUPERFINE, all bags marked
"(). K.." iiif 1 to be had at all the leading dealers ''ran Pi nticton
to Greenwood City.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, li, C,
ffl. McCuaig. S. Larsen.
T^l PIVERSIDE HOTEL,
Is situated at Rock Oreek, B.(),,nn the main route of travel
belween Peiiliclon nnd nil Boundary Creek points, Stopping
place for stages.
•"•"7s* ^1*>»
GOOD FISHING   .   GOOD HUNTING,
BEST OF AGCOHIMTM,
McCUAIG iX LARSEN, Proprietors:
leaves therefore only one more to he
selected,
The new Minister of Mines is n resident of Nelson iu the Kootenay, In
wbich district he bus spent several
yenrs, engaged in mercantile and ol In r
pursuits, in winch mining bus received
njgoodly share of bis attention,
Mr. Hume is metiihe*' elect for lho
Nelson riiling of Kootenny to which
position he was recently re-elected,
over bis opponent Mr, Farwell, His
parliamentary experience extends over
a term of • I years, spent ns one of the
staunch supporters of the Opposition
cause in the provincial legislature, and
although nol a lirillant speaker, tlle
new Minister is possessed of su -h other
sterling qualities that it is safe to suy
his department will he administered
with Ihe utmost regard to the public
welfare.
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[Ivi    in.
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llublictl ivill    inin ....    m
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'I'i- '.I ivill] liorluueid ..nl ". ililoulnsa...  is
Tr. in ! ...a, imi.   'lui-mnngminli!,      '.ii
a, nli il will   ii   Ilm niisl   kept   in   lime
.vili*] AIIkcos]
Kijii in s'.liii.l.-.,a. ■ . All vory good
- • ♦ —
Remember the Alalne.
Here is n -i..iy whieh is going the
rounds of the Cnnndlnn press, mid
Which is surely hai*! |,. heal of ils kind,
Somewhere in the Slates, the exact,
place Is iinrertnln, a horse wns helng
gin.inicd. The stableman had carefully
brushed uiui denned lhe horse and wns
giving a final louch to liis tail preparatory to leaving him, when lbe animal,
tn ibe attendant's great surprise, turned bis head nn.l remarked, "Remember
lb.* Maine." .   .
Miiiway, 11. ('., AUGUBT20, 181)8,
THE ADVANCE.
i.pp. need, there was [a,1 'i hrd n  .
of,. cable vnt bv Sir Howard Vincent
W.H.NOniUS PiiorniBroii jj. P. ot  tieli If of t
Publlshod  weekly nl Midway,  H.c TrntleLougne lo Sir   Wilfrid   L
Subscription Prlco, 92.00 por annum, payable expressing "I h.  undying irmtitndi
In advanoo.elthor yearly or half-yearly ni tin*
option of tho lutnorlbor,
Aavortishij* Rates sent on application.
Though tin* .'.iluum- nl Tin: Ani.iN.a-: are
always opon Iur tin1 sllscsisslon ol inntlen ...
[uilili.. Inli'if-l iiu.! iinii'ir'ai  ...■ .1..  •"
lil'ssisrilyi'iiiliir.-i. uny .1 tlio opinions OXUl oil,
CoirospoiidoiioQ ofa personal naturo will uol bo
imlillhi.tl.
: : A orassln tblssnaco lnill'
: :ustus Hint yiii,i-sulis.-i'i|.ii"i.
: :to litis ]iii|ii-r liasoxpb'cd '
MONDAY. AUOUST 2".   1 -
OIK OTTAWA LETTER,
Ottawa, August, 201 li, J8DS.
Provincial polil-ies me iihsorbiuir ni
tention iii Ontario jusl now, all in
teres! being centered in Toronto, e
debate on the address hus considerably cleared lhe atmosphere and the
policy of the Government is now liefore the country in black mitl white.
It differs in no material pninl froui
that outlined in llie discussion that
hns been occupying so large anamoiuil
of space iu tin* press for lbe Inst, mouth
and there is practically no question
that another month wiil see the new
legislation upon the statute book mul
the House adjourned until lb.* new
year,
In British Columbia.—Provincial
affairs iu liiilish Columbia ure nls..
OTupyirga very large share of public
attention and tbe kaleidoscopic
changes from day to day ure at ibis
distance quite bewildering, Tlie one
point that certainly appears settled is
that the affairs of the Province uill.
for lhe next parliamentary term, be in
hands of new, though nnl. untried
men, whose past rcct.nl for progres Dfi'inody nnd other men madi tl
4 id knowledge of affairs is an excellent, eertiflc'tlefor Ihe Inline of lbe
Pacific Province.
Foolish ov I-Ibqh John.—If Mr.
Ilia liiilish lace nf lo-duy mul torevei
a, tin li'hrotl lino '■■■'■ Hie a*, i
linniiimai fnr lie ii- palmitic uinl Hiinl
iu iiiguriition el Prefercntinl tl lib
I.i tweeil Iii i I. 1 ith anil ■ a ■   iidilii
I'ellti • ■  HOW a' .1
grow in',   tli        tiplel
.
,,a.
■'-•
I'l     l'1'l
llio i    lh ill 	
a.a.  . | li       11
III Ironsides ml
. ■ ■       u l
This    week    ■ i   a
a ....a.   '     ■■ ::      Inil insl,
la" . ,....<:
plo loll of I'
the     i '-■■■■'
victim, Ihisl     ■       n 1     'a
a    ' a,
.. . ..      j..
wife aa.i two rlil   itm v
Ml   Lnited a1 a.-a lieing the i uf I nn
a:, on a
li would ■ 'in  I un   hai 'an drilled
.ne: In .a ' .... i ' Coi .ai ').
ami i'ia partner, William Twi t, cm
IU .a., i tbcl.'lltt'l'l a a'.*' Lo ..I.a ball'
the number of ch irges, and then i ro-
eecded '■■'■ the i • and llred the
same. This was all nl 11:311 in Ills*
fnreuo,an, Aboul 2(1 aaa.a.- Intel .... I
without having  i !      the  li if!
lhe twoproi eeded down  the  ■' • '■' lo
I nil... a!      I al   I   lie    Lli ii."  '■ al..'1'V.
and  i  a ';   hnd  they   reached    the
.... un, !  ■ ..   Lhey wei
Afteri   ililii   '       :   '•' minutes, ma!
ae,. iving no rei [louse   ... ;i Riinunons
senl .i .ea la -  *i   inei r  al   ii
hecame abirnied !';,', tin   u. ti'i
so after turning on air be called for
Soon   the fori man  P
Hugh .lollll Miic.lnl.alil .■ver hopes I
occupy his distinguished father's place
in the estimation of the Canadian
•people he will have lo exhil.it, inoi-c of
the tact thnl wus sn eharaelerislic nf
the old Chieflian. There uns u line
when it. appeared ns if be appreciated
Ihnt fuel, nml endeavoring tn cultivate
the suavity for which Sir John A Mac
donald was noted, but his recent, exhibition of personal feeling in refusing
to preside al the banquet given l.y the
Manitoba Club, nf wbich In* wus President, to ihe Governor General was a
break that hns attracted considerable
notice. We don", suppose it. hnltiered
Lord Aberdeen In nny extent, bu! ii
hiiscmiseil no liltle annoyance loll ugh
John's political friends. Dislrihiiiinu
legal advice and services gratuituusly
among I host* from whom be hopes In
receive fut ure favors, is nil vety well,
hul it will nol luke the place of the
ordinary nuinnilles "!' public life.
Timber Permits.—An order in
council bus been issued authoii'/iiu
crnwiitiiuher ngciilsin   lbe  Yukon In
issue yearly permits to cut cordw I
and ties on cerltiin defined areas of
land under regulations mail., by tb.
Minister of the Interior, 'I'be fee f.n
each permit is *i5 unil the dues foi
timber cut is 50 cents pec ennl fol
wood, nnd six cents for each lie.
Why Tiiey Auk Lauiieii ai
can understand ibe mil nnil chagrin "I
extreme Conservative pari Isuns at lhe
unqualified success of llie . Iforls i.f il.e
Liberal iidniinislrii'iiiii l.nglvepii cli. n
elfect to the long  exlsling desiri   fm
closer union wiih Ihe Binpin re
particularly ns bIiou a in lb.   in    .
of Preferential trad    and   Ian eri.il
penny postage, hul v »■ i m i    I- a
eland   why   lhey   pi      I   ia   a  'I.i,
themselves ibe laugh
community, The "I. Wi    ., .'..,.
ilicitli'til of :i yeur ign  \,...
liy those w lu. could len   In.a
ahead ns ;i ninsl exeellenl juke, i"i
n iniill..I'.if fuel, the .in.i iinl uf
lion wliieli ilie i n.i-i.i .   iillein| I
riiliciile.lr.«' 'n Iln- Pin linnsK . (.
ulna.I his project, hud the .    icl      : i
wbich liedesiri'dnf making llie. oi a'  •
a nl       the       Imperial"   aulh'iiitie
so     familiar        uiih       the      111
llnil'alien be  went   In   Loudon  Ihi
summer to clinch 'be  nuilter  ii   u.e
comparatively plain Bailing,
Then again ibe mannei in wliieli ;i
large niimlierof llu- up| enls  nf ll
lice,    a"        Ml    .a illicit
Tv. istal1   r being in  i in   inine  about
0 minuter ivete, i- acn t),
minute.*: ti Tti *      ing  hv     111
di a       |j]     '' ,
nidi .. . .   a a   [    . lowly   fe
ci*   :. a '    ■■...,'    I. recovering,
On Wi ilm  -a. ,'IUI iiKiucsl   .■ -  I
ill" liniling a. i he being;    Th;
■'-.   aid John I.   lis  ' inni Ilis
. ;i,i  fclll'ol,:;!' ; -a-, :.a   ■■'■■■'   ■
iillion    can ..ai    by inliuling    carbon
monoxide and  car! ..a di ixide  aa... i
powder used  in   worl ini;  . lid mine,
and we I'urtlii r find thai tlio rcsponsi-
bilil.y for snitl ilenlh waa.hie.   firsl   It-
direct negligence un !la- pari   oi   the
dacc'si'i] in thai hedld  uol  i ci
io llu* u.,ia'i custom .a' iia   mine tun
nu air a.'., rfiring th
cnl. rill!  I  ei or! ;■■   . .■■..-'
il bad been pointed oi h;
felloiv workman lie m a lei ted I     i
We iilso 111     'oiilrib i.a     a   .a. . ,
ii]'.*n ihc par! .a' ih.. company In thai
lhey .ii.l ■ ol i   .a- dcflni     ...
for lie lllinillfl ill . I' aie  i.y   sun e I'll
pn ui, il.ii i   ... a inula li iti I;   ....
■ a■ ■ . llf   ! ..aa.i '--    . >.
.:,::.'   In    ..;   ..... a illl   Ll al   ail
pi] etihei   rried   into i.ii drifts    a .
ia-,. .■■ .a        oi a . 'iililc nml i
cloaetothe  is--   a     I!
Chief Just)
Th ' pnsili       a au i
!     :' lhe     llnil.
Tliei.'l..n  I by tl
Jnslic.
Chief      U-.I
Imvi- been  a   fearful   lung
nimble  ,      '     '
Ch i tie "ial hi]     !i. *.' thai they may
-   I    e go il . .-a.,a. in a..-ral  having nn.de iln it Iii,mein Lhe ll.aiml.ny
Cn ;L , ollnlry.
FAIII VOTRS.
Il'ii.a.. in , i
Ma. li   II. 11 a, .  ,   Direct*
nf I     . i.  . .      iinsgi ... luVeriioii
i       i
','    '.   ' ' nn In   *., i,,
:   .■- -  in return
i nbout ll	
parly It
i-i   i . .
.    .
i .   . ,   i   taking n
., Ill ,1       .       :.
il Ii mil   the
"
....... :....   n
■■■■ neai        ' inuggli I mill nle.
.       i,..  .. T,   Shut ford
,. .      .. nev.  : :■       : ., ; :    .
• '.. . ia     ie   :    ail      llllll]!
up.
.' i :  igm .': ja tition In up-
..   '*. '■   i , ; vill   ... i ns-1 n iistei
furl   .... -  t. .ai  m ul   imo   the
.....   nnu lit I     ' i:   , ■  ■ ., hoi .'ia
Aii audience . !' 5 or 0 uilei di ,1  ihc
piul'.ll ition      an. ..aa:    oil
j liorsdny,
MU   ' '■     fl TFS.
Iiu* value nf JS8 we.
ial n n.aa - liicer claim belonging
... Mr. James la m-h mi Hock Creek,on
Si (lay last.
Work  is in ,■ in   progri       n the
Morri ...n  . i: ■    in  Dcadw I camp.
...     is .. ,i.     I  iwiu ii'i   on   lhe
: .i.i anil is a opening up well.
Mnnfrenl   a • is  have   secured   a
bond, suit I     id, on (lie  !.!. hn claim
whieh is situnl. •'■ 'ii  I ai. u'.vnii'l caliqi
nnd owni •' I     ....... 'i,  Llnmhergcr,
Icl in n . ::   rlici*.   'l'h,.
: di    .•■   ei'     >e li iai has nnl as yel
heen made public.
.' splendid ;i   ny  win   received  liy
Mesas. Aie   "a I .... * I   l iliimy Del!
i.n.-: nc ial   i   Fnnn l! eir Bellclaini,
hi    i   a       I ou   Ben vi a Creek a
ry of l     ". -i   fori   ..i' Kettle
i-iver.   The or. was foil rrynol
ver; high in  a       I a.   in.-iilvcr over
LOCO tii un     I    . lie ton,
Eichl   cli ■   ' now nl woik
a iwo  of  la      'liiiirs   in   Peadwooil
■ a.-. '    i|...   Boundary  Crei '■
lin' , ■  nd       n   ■   mp:   *.   Mr. A,
a charge .a'  tin    ..a'.
eel r. Hci tor Me
i   -.-     ing    the  la a-., n and
' mi uin Syndicate,  wliieli  under tiie
lenn     I       ■:■'■ ■■  n ii ■:.     ■ mpnny's
- nld    ciisury    '    I    has   i In ad;
Laki n a.   ■  a...  hares a.1  iia,   ., nls
per share,
A gTeal . hange lu1.   laken pin a   in
I iu*   '■ a:     IsI'OU. ■!.    llu
'\..'^f|..'I^.A^AAAAA/|iA<M
S Shoe-Talk)
8 I
' t,rile° Procure f=,t"ul J
nl  goods  in   lhe market,     This Cp
twiel,    I    ile,iiv     vitiii-     in- J{
•|..'..-.ii    .1   my    Pall v
I..lie    of    I' We;,,- A
Ijnsl    nri'lvcd)
The
hesl ns v,t II ns
lhe   ll.'Wesl    in   llie
district. I ih, nnl tell yon
Ilmi I hare every style he.
cause, every style would nut be C»
suitable fnc   ihis   country,    hul it
I    have    tlm   Vfar-i.   ami      most        J
\,y       S. I liellbleslyies     i-'aCbL      ill l.llllies
£h Gentleniiins, Misses, Boys and Chilerens Shoe
• iSe© "1W"i3ra.dLo,*«wr -
PcjNICOLi,   -
A
I*,/\4tr .,-,, .'It. .*, ft; ff. ,-,*-,  n, ftu<r, ■ 1. ,«(..^A,(M|| •-, vjl
jS'i.i'ft'il- -.*•  *'■■«•• -»VWVV V ft-^-'ftft-s.ifs,
MidWay.
11 A
A. i
■ nam Der s oi lo.
i
Dealers in Shelf ari Heavy Hardware.
PAENIS,   O^LS, STOVES, TINWARE, etc.
: Jobbing1 Tinsmiths and Plumbers :-
_ft.ftft:.fti.ifti:..z^ft.$iiZ'imiiiSQii&imfift.^.
Iff    nnrTU! rur miri    Write us lnr eutlmutes and "•.'■!-.
\   HUL)  ). LLI  LUflO,   titkltifflUe tend everywhere. J
t'a.S:-i*iJ-JSlf-"ie'T^.S<«S.«Sv-Sc2''*vSSC;
We .*'>.]!(:ii the patronage nf the public, iind trust In- f;;i, dea -
iii;.', and fight prices, tn mciit your c< nfidence.
■:. .:■_
jvi:*ii orders receive cvir prompt &.tlers.ticr\.
i ai l! e
I"all's nl
ile to
nnv
'
:
■
j.lllili'llc.      lie
.'.     ": mile]
by (lie l ttill
-
,      '      .
a  ... '
I'.irl
it Ai
.       '       ■     .    .
i*. llr. 1
Ion   Pali .
... 1,   11
.,  ' -,-,,• '. I,   tl
Governuienl presist In Iheir allcinpt.      .
to "guy" Preferential Iradc is vei; •  ■ ....
fllliny. (July tins week Ihc Mail min
Km pi re treated its reudei r, t n a colunin
lending article In .I.a lonstrule thnl
"lhe policy * I lh, Librral (loverninunl
is only one of ilrlfl linm Gieal brlllan
towards th. rniiul Stales, li is d -
signed Io keep British und Cniiadi.-in
Interests in closer lunch". Ainu:. i...
aaiiic day llml Ibis in,., uliu   unci
il
Mrs. Chri
pruvince,   : in ill,-,;
(lies iiu. nd.    here i
......
a. a. a •
.
.......
h;  the iinui.'1.
a a i    iii:- . i lling ".aa" .  took
• , ;,.,... .; . n ".'■'  ..ai.   'iii,,
,   . ., ere li. -i • Denni • i i	
.  D. McLcod,
of Ui I, said to 'an   tlie
a    ', a, i'   ! .   aaa   t   a  , i l
:   WHS   Ihal   lha
li'iki     lnr   15   suc-ia-ai', (
ic    won   .lis   conle.sl
'  '-.:■   clean  . .
, ■ I' Al. Mi -a ■
iold his ih - nii't,   lh'
il It -f I ;i 1 ori Inehs'S,
iii ■.:
■
.ia- event,
■.  ' :	
.      .       enl
Illl      .
:, livid ...    inijuin;
l,itn
■
..
I'lieoltl I  a  tolitl e.l
....
iWillg.       'lia     |.
.... .': ' . ..■' a
....    ids      nplc c-ipitnl
.    .   .   ,. :
-     -villi    in    a,   i;..
career sl        : •  tnon pru
...    n tin    ,    ,       . ;
: ■ ■       mi ol
•
,!
;       n .;.i of mining gold  in  il.e
: : ;-
llf .n.iinl ini.. 'lha  lain.' .a,', ii, as
miu Ihal they ci       ■  lhe gold
... gravel bed .: a...'
: pi,. in ...
GRAND PRAIRIE H
Carson, L'.C.
\iN cirect route to tlie
Boundary Creek and
;.' "     , '.-,.,.;• Colviile Reservation
points.   .   .
Grand Prairie Hotel.
McLAT^EN l;lv<iH.   -   -   Proprietors.
■-"•■a   TT*^ V*"i *!">, ]
. .i.
I'l till .".'■'   Ill To'    .an. ISnpply I'ninl (il'lbellnundlirv
Cieek Mining Camps,   From this New Town run.Is
leadj   lhe
Green   ood, Deadwood,
per, Summit, Long ]  ike;
.   . ,,-.   liaUWIMI****************   ."     ■   -        a..lll.,..,ul'a**,»il,*l|i-lli™.Wl«
'. od,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lois are Rolling I ii 'lj and are a Gond Iiiveslment.
Pur Prici  . f Lots n id Olher Information, Address
ob :rt wood,
I   ,   ■ 'i' i ity, Bonndi.ry Creek, B. (',
Or Apply in Agents,
C. F. Cortkrton, Vernon, li. C.
A.  K. Stuart, Vancouver,  I). C, Midway, B. 0., Augsut 2 ,1838.
THK ADVANClJ
PACIFIC
SOO PACIFIC ROUTE.
The Cheapest . U    tssa^sm
i[t* ti
Quokest   and   a—
Shortest Route l
0
Seeking Ore Por The New Westminis .
. ter Exhibition.
"Joey" nnd I started recently In
visit some of the more prominent of
tbe Boundary Creek mineral claims,
or, to be up to date, "niines." It took
away nothing from Joey's value ns n
Iravellingcoiupnnion llial fnr two or
three weeks previously be hnd been in
ihc charge of n provincial police
olllccr. Usually il is nol considered
fortunate in fuel il Is regarded us
pai'tlculiil'1) iiiiforliinatn, if mil decidedly discreditable -tn he sn situated,
Bltt Joey's    ,VOS   ll   euro   nf   niislllkell
Identity, This was excusable, the
resemblance lu lbe "wanted" mu.,
being-Imm,'. S.i .lney eat his mils,
wbich he got whole, mil rolled ynu
see .lney belongs to I he IDqnino family
his branch hailing fnnn Okanagan -In
contentment until his luck changed,
fnc lhe official was apprised of his
mistake and took Joey buck to liis
usual haunts and fare the Miiiway
range and Its bunch grass. This wns
rough on Joey for he liked outs mul
timothy, "for his stomach's sake", and
linseed nnil tlie dandy brush were
Logel.her making bis coal shine, Joey's
experience Is not an exceptional one,
for not infrequently sonic of those who
jure  given   Hie  credit  nf   heing   his
,,   . ,,.,,,• i superiors in Intelligence—by the way
Kniilpmonl iiiistii'paitaoil, combining palatial      ' . ,   • •
dining nnilsfnopliiB cm, luxurious day coaches, M^e   who    give   credit  .'ice    often
touvlst mist froo colonist stooping cars villi on   badly fooled—find   tiiey  nre  on   tiie
nil irnins. .   u hols'better  led  .".ml  cared   fnc  by
Her Majesty's police than when cosl
adrift, on this sometimes inhospitable
world in shift lnr themselves, Not
llml Joey's u'.vner deliberately neglect.
him, only that between gelling out
his newspaper anil cultivating his
model farm, he has little lime to cn-
_  . M Mllll , ,   . joy Joey's companionship, so lets him
roam at. Ins own sweet will.    But, to
S3 UI XaS3 ES 3»® *"'dmv"'"om'ulvmitlve'
We had something more than the
Toronto, Montreal, Halifax,
Boston, Now York anil
All Eastern, .European,
and Paciiic Coast Points.
SIR. ABERDEEN *-««- i>o„
tluton dully, oxcopl Kuwliiy, making con-
nootlons witli trains al Okiumgim UndliiK for
Sicamous Juiintinii lo join main line trains
GO&I ami west.
Tlirouyh Tickets to antl fnnn tho Pnciflo Cnasl
in IQaBtemanrt Kuropoai! Points,
Spokane Falls
...& Northern,!
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
- - AND - -
Red Mountain Railways.
V3t WV  "^T   "^'Wfi   -^W^B,
Iflfll
.  wi k!      H       p.*'    ie      vd
ILIA il i^#   W
fit.
The  only all-rail route, without change of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland        ■*..£   j^Jj
and Nelson. . .        /ft'.^
For Information us in tlmo, rules, etc.. apply to
S. L Smith,     D. H. 'ftftiiofti,
Agont, I'ciil inn ni,  Agont, Greenwood, 11.1'.
Oc in E- J. CoyJs,
Hist. 1'iias'r Agont, Viiiu'iiiivni'.
SliauitJ oar* of oily somsiiiei*
tho cast of material, and
liy fiijurlng, find out that
aU kin lis uf
mere gratification of one otu'oslty, or
gathering of uewa in view when we
started nnl.. lu a weak moment one
of ns had undertaken to send to the
hig exposition, whicli is to be held at
New Westminister early in October,
some specimens of ores from Hound
Rough ■:•• and Brassed:-: Linnta', ■■' :™k IM1;' ff™j ;]M'^ /;»
*J ' I getting at the tunc  Unit  we ciiuldn
.is, - Et?.,
lljiJS,
can ii:) puirohasMl at Vie
Branil Fo?k3 SawniHi
SJIUEiiPES THAN
getting an iuu tunc nun we cumin I
carry ninny 50It specimens in nur
pockets at one and tho same time, no
mutter how strong mir overa'ls might
be Wt. 'mul already received many
promises of assistance, but lillle ore,
in fact tliu only practical aid received
up to the time of Hlurting our expedition was a sack of ore which rem lied
AWYWMEHE ELSE. ,
usl'co.ii the Ciiciliao mini',   Camp ilc-
- .*>-i,*'1*'*
Kinney, only two or three  slays after
we hail asks il fnc in.   Perhaps us  the
l*»»9>*»w*»»»«a mtntntntntntntntn\  Caribou isu diviileud payer, tliose iu
!  Sl  FIREWOOD Sl   ! el'JW'ori.wnfJtoiiltobeprompt-
r T      , oilier people apparently mean well,
i "D0!1 la,aid 1 hut so far had beon too busy preparing
1 1 for the time when lhey too,  will pay
ltnt»»tntn<»tn'ntntntntr.-tt.tntntf,tntntnl Idividends, to keep their promises,   So
as tlie situation was getting somewhat
G. K. Simpson, Prop,
iii
iSuccossors ta It. X. Tayinr)
Ih
Chemists and Druggists
Vorn-)*i, 3. 0.
Knoll 11 I.'il'st-rlitss stuck of
1 )rugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
Prampt and Careful Attention
 GIVEN Tl)	
MAIL ORDERS.
i'iis'i',,|,'i'ii-i,: mix III.
( 'net'csptdwlt'ti
desperate we decided to make an effort
to "round up" some ore. Kight here
we must gratefully acknowledge Unit
everywhere we went we here assured
that lbe ore wc asked fnr would be
sent to the nearest town, and wu believe that these assurances were sincerely given and will be faithfully
carried into effect.
Well, we iniiile ii start lute one
afternoon, and jogged along quietly
until we reached Anaconda where wc
wero cordially welcomed by Mr. P.
Keffei', M, E,, the manager in charge
uf the several claims in Deadwood
. . . ., , . , oanip owned hy the British Columbia
111(1 toilet Articles Copper Co,, of New York, At dinner,
ami Intel', soiueinterestinginforination
relative to the progress being made
with the work of installing lbe large
mining plant lately received for the
Mother Lode mine was gleaned nml it
was ascertained that it is anticipated
ihul by the middle of September or
soon afterwards the new plant will he
In operation and that thereafter sinking tho main w,irking slial'l   nn  Ihis
i linkable claim will he vigorously
proceeded uiih. Nexl morning ihe
help nf several nf Greenwood's enterprising clti'-ena wns roquostcd, uml
promptly proinised, and then a start
uais niiuii'for the 11. ('. mine, in Sum-
suit camp. Hn lbe way n call was
malleoli Mr. D, A. Holbrook, Presidenl of tho Boundary Creek .Mining
nml Milling l'n.. who stated thnl work
Is to he resumed shortly on theii. A.
and O.A.H,, claims, mul who undertook tn supply some nice ure from
these cinims. At the "Big Windy"
cabin Mr. Ilenermuii wns found, just
about ready to continue his journey lo
Lung Lake, su bis services were enlisted to assist in the gnnd work by
co-operating with Mc, ('. II. Thomet,
who had already promised to try to
obtain some good specimens from tbe
North Star-mid other claims in Long
Lake camp, Proceeding up tho Eholt
v illey several teams were met, these
hauling 12x12 timbers frinn the Boundary Creek Milling and Lumber Company's imw mill, silunleil jusl above
iJholl Meadow,   These limbers were
for the Mother I ,   snine.     After a
Contliiuoil mi pago I.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY,
(UlINd NORTH,                    OOINO SOUTH,
12i27lt. n    IIAIICI'S IlllSa.lll.
Train leaving Marcus al 11:13h. hi.
makes close connections ni Spokane
with trains for nil
Pacific Coast Points.
Close connections al Nelson with
steiiinliunis fur Kaslo and nil Kootenay
Luke points,
Passengers fur Ketlle Kiver nnd
Boundary Creek connect nt Marcus
with singe dully.
.Sift, .
riXNl
grwJ
$1 Business Lots ji^l^
Choice of good locations from $100
.- : upwards,
BOCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OF ROOK GRKIIK.
HI.   3PA*.*E.:m.«aU--is'li'-,   ItXBTK*.
FniST-CLASS Accommodation foii Gubsti
GOOD STABLING
•tjrExoollort K'lshlngon Kottlo Rlvor.JBt
—r-n-r-s—. n i-tirm •— ———.....
fe Residence Lots.^£&
I
m
v \j
o-n. [Practical ^*£>
WAGOM HND CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
Pr' CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY,
RJRNES81 PARKINSON
jViJ  Architects and
271 Civil Engineers...
i111111 (• i111.
I^i-iil Estate,
I iisiir,'ii|cc and
Mining' Agents.
.—~+.
«•» sir v. \i,ii vft i'i'tii.ti '.est*
.1* ali'vtew Townsite A-genta.
 un.itass...
FUKNES8 & PARKINSON,
K.uitvu:,v, 11. c.
..li.'il.
It. McDFFU
General Blacksmith,
GREENWOOD, B, C,
All Kinds "I Work Kxociitod in llie
culinii iif L'usloincrs.
W_ S. KEITH, M. E„
ASSAYER AND CHEMIST,
GREENWOOn, II. C,
WOrK   PROMPTLY AND   CAREFULLY
ATTENDED TO,
ARMSTRONG HOTEL
II.  KEYES,  Prop,
(imid Accomniodatlon,
Best Liquors und Cigars,
First-Class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG  B.C.
Excellent   sites,   50x140 at $75;
75x120 ;it $100.
pf Garden Lots ^5^
ffM (innil soil; water  handy,     ln y2
fki! acre,   i acre,    2]/2 acre,  and 5    |Jp2
JS acreplots' ' „."
HRla   Defarrea payments if required. Sfi\
'ffctti Liberal reduction for prompt building.
^ The Midway Co., Ltd. ||
:.*.'■"     Midway, B.C.   -and -   Montreal, P. Q,    S^S
'tii.I-**  "Ui*t(   ''A   *    ( *M1J*'i; ^^ft-^*wC*4l^l-!ftT*&ri*
A-*jK-.;'iv^-1"--^-7^y,*7'M ^^dA'.Jr^
Bob Hall's Stare Line
b
(Carrying Her Majesy's Mails)
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Penticton on Mon
days, Wednesdays ami Saturdays.     Passengers to
and from   I'airview, Osoyoos and Oroville,   Wash,
delivered   in   quick   time,    and    by   comfortable
conveyance.
Livery, Feed and
Sale Stables.
Af   Penticton, B. C.
R. S. HALL, Prop.
ftt-i
. nc a
it, , :,
tft I*
ft   'i.-
'i . ft''Si. 2
I*        _ _       'it   Ill   r  I -I   ol    1:
; v a : "a. "ir~:r:; fj*l
.*  u.«]ll    .l*.«|J     |.5|f
v tMy&MWlWMWM
Nmv Is the time to buy Summer
and Fall Clothing, a further
reduction in prices	
,, lown To Cost 11
ein oil
...
,
.
mrnmmiimKttmmim Hf|J
in order to niake room for our winter stock Sl
■  ut Clothing wo have decided to sell what Is *»
15 li'l't of su ier and early fall clothing, AT W'
i   cost. We tl the room and musl sacrifice, il
■n don't ho slow and take this opjiortnnity ttjl
to replemish your wardrobe, H i
fin:
IA Full iw Lias of.. I
mtismtnmmmtiimmmiiimM *|t;
Groceries arriving every day.  North ui*, -1|
' 21b tins Wftf
I
"ItM
1
.
I
west Creamery Butter in 21b tins «W
nml lib bricks.  Californiaevaporat- Sfjis
cil  fruits   ami berries.     Kippered 7,<tf
I biddies iind Herring, Salmon nellies il5"3ni
uiui line while  Mackerel,  Morton's Stii
nssorted  potted  Meats,   Honey   in 'fl}
comb and in fact everything in the j
fancy mul plain Grocery line.
 4.4-
J Dry Goods ancl Ladies and Gents fur. |
nishing' goods a full line.
d^!giit KEain. «Sc Co. firi
 ., „  i[i,
Bl- II
X*otst I'j'.ll "it. Store  .
<a r.'itfi «i -vvt.y.  a], m
•:!    •   -l ■ a     1    ■'     .-   n   0, ■  ,::;a lli. »..,.. tik.
„l.
|« il: «i»i<|p-aa
e fo *|".<a|.J mil -It
i:-ii»Ti„.;.'     515
f Til
,      HENRY CARR, CE.E.M. <V
  "li
| HENRY C. CAHR.E. 1 !
td »
« Assayer, J»
(li «'
d, Ctll--.1I.ST ,-t MINIMI   ENOINEER,  it>
•» V
I       fairview, b. c. <s  Paper Hanging, Graining and Sign Painting. Also Kalsomining
Practical aiouse and Carriag
PAINTING
^e*8*8*3«€«*3 «MM<imQ«tP
anc! oi\\ kinds of Decorative Work executed by
L Nash - - Midway and Greenwood City.
(§)*••"•>»» *»*»*H   ,***m***+e_)
hi Y ELMON.  {'
t
Practical Watch Milker,
coi'i'i'ii; st„
C teen wood, B.C.
(Innil Tunis, Plenty Material, <•>
$| nnd .in ycurs experience tu tin T
aI   wsirl. correctly.  ... <*,
<*' »
@ ******************** ®)
.1. I*. FLOOD, Miiiingcr. .1. KERR, Secretnr-y
Tte Kettle Rivsp Dressed Meat and Provision Co.
HAVE ESTABLISHMENTS AT
GREENWOOD CITY   GRAND FORKS
AND MIDWAY
Orders will be delivered in the towns named, and the;
several mining camps of llic district, Vill'. ADVA.V'l'.
Midway, B. d„ Auoust 20
- HOTEL
£lS*f,  iMesHra. Fuller (S) of"Spokane were
m
j$U The trade . of the Grand '
\m Prairie, Kettle river and '
9|s Boundary ci    i    lining and ]   '
'
I agricultural counii .,
M Situated at the junction of ;;;:;
H the Boundary creek, Marcus ! jj j
ffl
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met, Hue of these gentlemen ii
ceinr of the Brandon and (joltlen
Crown Mining Co. Passing the Minimi cabin it wns noticed that Jlr..I, W.
t uial other.* ivero camiied iu the
vicinity, As an cxnni| le nl pluck and
energy Mr.Cheei* is uni(|iie in the district, for des] ii. ilm fact that he is
minus nne hand bo bus done much
pisispi ting work on the Hum. stuko
i. a. by ai d oil ci claims be holds In-
: ri  ,   in.
i a ■ pn mil ii ctivity al ii u l„ ('.
mine wus In strong couti'iisl tothehnsy
stir nnd evidence of enter]it'ising progress noticeable on former visits 11
Ibis valuable pro] i ty, Mr, aud Mis.
Keough and fan . were |nsl then taking n farewell look'al the claim thai
had hroiighl ll.. in n forlune. the limit
i ij i I ain...   ... • ni.liill I. 1  li.-iv
Commercial and Mining men should put up
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
GOOD ACCOMODATION. EVERYTHING- EXCELLENT
**/;;:;;(   iney, well on for $100,000 bus  been
1 i i spended on this    property   during
LOTS AS GOOI    A3 GOLD ffi • ^ZX^'^Z
;,;,',*;.) I selecting a fine sun plo weighing 80 or
Sjjislj ! 70 pounds.   When il  is remembered
,                               S-ifW that during tin * a,- insl  closed over
For prices and all othei'inforination npply to              '■■■''[ IfltKlfeel  of work   nearly all  uuiler
Qeo J. SKeeKan
proprietor.
<! BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL >^
SS^r
*zz&A Tll"s' Wakl
-^<Jl       PROPRIETOR.'
The hotel is centrally locits-ed nnd is a stopping place for slagn
lines.    Good fishing iu lhe vicinity.   Good stabling,
Meals will be seived ul ull hours, the I allies being furnished wltb
the besl.   A variety of the choicest brands of liquors nnd cigars at the bar,
SITUATED AT BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C.
ILL
$$g McLAREN Bros,     ou    J. C McLAREN, M llvX^^^r^ fe
CSto !Bi    prise uf the ownem  appears  In  bnve
mf, CAHSON.B.C. KAMLOOPS, B. C. jfp$    {net with an ad  piato reward, or is in
S&P^-^W^SSSffl   ■•'     ;"',-:'::;" ::'1 i«™-!r■■■'■■ ■■7,iA'ir:mvl,"Z
abteaff'.'   a;    ••   fftft.        :■:■■' ■ •./.•'*,'  -n "!'' w'"'k ""'l l"   ' llM    "I"'1'"
mai^lft^iftftiiii :i.fti-2idii^ I ill inns on ii    more    exleiisive  scale.
II I1I1MIIIII lllllilli Illl     *'"
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| Meanwhile there is no profit in getting
ni,i oroonly la lei ii lie on tin dump
until next   year,  hence  their recent
Tlio Tpavellors taraee k ,,,
Next niornin :. afler having boen
hospitably enl. rtniued at the B, ('.,
the trail was followed from Suniinit
camp to Greenwood, Thero was no
time, to pay the Oro Denero n visil nor
any ol her of the nmuerons claims in
. . .  . Of Hartford. Conn. *   | tho vicinity,    Aboul  half way along
n
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Olmrtortd 1863.
Stock Life nii-'l
il  Accident Insurance.
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UES the best li'e Insurance
contract.-*, in the world. No
disappointment as to dividends. Everything (iiiaraa-
teed in advance. Premium
rates, 13 to 25 per cent less
than those of old line Mu-
tual companies.
ASSETS  $
January stit, 1807, $
$20,81)6,68,1.S3 §
LIABILITIES, . . 17,920,260.2 %
SURPLUS
tin trail two boards nailed to trees
Were noticed. Evidently there wns
a .viia' in (lm i)cigliboi'hooil,for on one
hoard was written n legend of wbich
the following 1 ■,, literal copy :
—IIOTELL—'
First class Bill of Faro
Krealcfast
Bannock and Bacon
Lunch
Bannocks nnd Bacon
1,'ill'ia"
Bannock.-,.and Bacon
Fntrees
Pine K.aie anil Pie
enalion Accide.nl Policy(
umler ordinary coiulitii
. .  2,976,424.3 $
  V, j   On tlie other was the following
,,        * 1   . 1 ei [forceful  inscription : "Take   righl
guarantees foi'iicctdenlal 1>    ,, ,„,,,,..,-,. |(l V.>1|(,,. ,. „, -„ feel) *nd
<j\ Dentil Bcnolll     ,     .     .
IA Ittss nl fllglil ..I !!-.:h ia*
f l,o.-anf H.iili M or Il-illi
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J,i   ton o( One H 1 nnd
$   l'lii-nriiii.n', 'lotal tiki
,111.1a
Pool
.(SO ,    Lo.« af   (tilllll Hnnil      .      .
,11.1        I, ... o( L0f*lll (ir above Kill
,01 ,   Una nf 1,0(1 Hnnil     .   .
.,;. I, ... i.f laillier i'dill
-,,,      Loss ot Bight of One 1'yo .
an follow down (be draw to line (Tell
'g   Ai:.,   Hell),''     Not   knowing,    neither
io   ' fr experience nne hearsay just how
ft    in"v"l!"as directed I be silent invitn-
mentally   declined    with
SMITH k Mel,KOD, I'riiI'Hiktiius.
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 Door
Factoiiy on 11. P. H., Vebnon,
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j - riidway Meat Market - j
K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor.
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At this establishment customers can get choicest cuts of
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK cud VEAL.
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I Therefore .Meals are always fresh nnd sweet,   Call and gut 11 good joint jj
®, for dinner to-day. fy
Limits of Weekly   1 i)(lcnii|i!y $1,300,
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. Mil Id thanks.
(II ;   Space limitations prevent an account
$ 1 lieing gl\"?n in much detail nf the rest
ffi           -"~i—-                              ..,.....,.,...,   .     .                     j. : „| 1 lie* liip. --a., il imi.-. t-ulir<-.*  that the
«  AND, If such injuries are sustained while riding ns u ■ sengc.r in ^ remaining claims visited   be briefly
*  any oassctiKer coiivevau sing steam, cable,  or  electricity as a ♦ I mentioned.   ''These wero tho Brook
CASCASL C5TY, B. C.
H ea ciq u a rters fo ml fitag ineri
visiting' ths  Christina  lake
district.   Stopping pine.'1 for
stages  on  route from
ny passenger coiivevau sing steam, came,  or  electricity as a •    uieiiuuiieu.   ••.uhpk wmu s,i. s>i-.,.m-                 _,                    ,^
lolivo power lho aiiiouul to hi  paid   shall heDOUBLE  the sum*    lju.Stemwinder, Old Ironsides, Knob f H        ,.ni..*.    ftDi\l>
specified in the clause under which the claim is mnde. % |I-iili, and Snowslioe, jii   Greenwood j V. 11.   H tlUM/-.^,   «   1<UI    -
Cost $52  A   Vlaa.l;
Marcus to Boundary
Creek   points.
TO   rUOFESSIONAI,    AM)
MliN,AND CoMMERt IAL TUAVELI'.US.
I Other sums a; proportionate rates ,»
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\   AGI3KT FOB 80UTHERN IlillTISII COLCMBIA, MIDWAY II, C.
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y»''fc''*-'*i '»*.* "a • ■ '   i."'4."<ti"ai.'''ii.'Vs.' **.-^t'X/'«.'N|.,' av a^.'   ...
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.3,   I camp, and the Golden Crown, W*iiirii-
lUSINESS '?    pegand  Alhelston,    in    Wellington
i    camp,   fining thence to GrandPrairie,
*   I Fourth uf Julyci i; ivascrossed below
■s Spencer's ranch, and White's old trail
^ : was followed up ovoi the range to lbe
J Lincoln and Paris claims. AttheCity
a of Paris camp, Mr. Henry White was
v seen and he gave some interesting information respecting llie work now
being done at the mine and whul. will
be undertaken Inter, Reluctantly de-
din ugth. [iroferi'i'dhospitality forthe
night, we turned onr heads homeward
inni after a rather lonely rale dnwn lbe
I;..;: a, ni an closed in, reached Midwny al aboul nine o'cloc'. tired and
hungry, a... in time to hear the Midway Quartette serenading Milyua Hain
and Judge HcLeod. Sn leaving Joey
I,, diss na en-, clover and timothy, we
i*.enl ... deep In dream uf tbe pile nf
6OII1 samples of ore and In wako next
morning cuncious Hint our task ia only
jusl now entered upon,
'..OC
A Carry a full     ck at Vernon of.
fj^ Brantford ( arriage ' <>':■ Democrats,
\\'.o.: ins, Buggies and Carts,
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Ti ronto and Brantford Mowers
and I lay Rakes,
t Hi'    1 ■; ■■      ', Citing, Sulkey
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il. SCHULTZ
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GENERAL    MERCHANT
Fairview, B. C.
EADQUARTERS   for
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PEllOY V'EBENE
MINERAL ACT, 1898.
- ■    II   -oAif   of  Improvements.
Nan t-.ii.K Piiaction ,i. Miaaii.o, Claim
Sltuato In Um Kellic River Mlniim Division
of Ynli: r.ia.aict.   Whoro located i III
ii anir.p.
T2 ll  KOTIOK .   a   I. John .1.  Coryoll,
.1      ,-n (or 1. Itiiilorlcli ItoliorUon free
         '  'an ..a.   o.o ilnys
1 ....... .. iiii imrniit, iii iiia.':. In Hie Mining
.. a Iinprin nm for
a.            it ni.iiiiiiiiii.- ii Crown Oriuil uf llio
Inlin,
■        a. * i.il;,* ii*.ii. ■■ a .a . .a;..... mull -
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i     i It.li Telliiil lie'.f ll.llil..,,..! -
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tiers
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der Caps Fuse.
Largest and besl i sorted aock of GROCERIES, DRY
GOODS,   CLOTHING  and     BOOTS   and    SHOES,
ES,-fc !.-.:*•*       ;■■•■It   QtBh&lx pt^'deseas.
( ertilicate of Improvements,
XJ o "fc !*a *c <n>.
(lil.T Kiilii: Jliaiasu. CLAIM.
Sltuato in ihe Kettlo Itivor Mining Division
of Vale District.    Wild"; locnted: - In
Greenwood Cnmp, on the enst of tlio
Montezuma mineral olalm.
"TAKK NOTICK Ilmi I. .Inlin A, Coryell, ns
I    ngonl  fur .luaies Mnrslinll, freo minor's
.....ain nic Nu ,sss;x Intend, Htxiyduys fs'oni llu.
sin „'      .f. lo apply lo il.e Milling llocordor
lorn CorUiloito oe lmprovomonls. for the pur-
piwcor obUiinliiK o Orown (Jrant ol llu. abovo
eluiin.
And further lake notice thnl nctlon, under
,.1'iiuii ill. iiui.-i   in' commenced boforo lie.
s-iii if mirh Cortiflcato of Improvements,
Dated Hii- niil. .iny ■> l''obi'iini'y, IBS.;
ICSTABLIISHKB   1883.
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA   -
Our  Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia
Trees Free from Bests.
FRUIT   A.N!) ORNAMENTAL TREKS,  PLANTS AXD VINES.
bend lor Free Catalogue,   j   V.. HuTCHEUSON, Manager,
Railway or m railway
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^v^v ONE THING IS CERTAIN
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We have furniture on lhe way in CAR LOAD LOTS, ancl
in a few days will be able to offer our patrons
Bed Room Sets        Chairs and Tables #  Lounges,
-   -   Sideboards, etc.   etc.   -   =
ALL OP Till: LATEST PATTERNS AM) linSKiNS
AND AT HRICIES WHICH WILL DEFY COMPETITON.
We are agents for the NEV* WILLIAMS find RAYMOND SEWING MACHINES.
LM. Gulley & Go.,Greenwood B.G.
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PIONEER ■ HOTEL
Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B. C.
Wc have just, opened the ahove hotel nt Greenwood (lily, and are prepared
to welcome guests anil provide Kll0d accommodation. Oood Catering. Firs
class Livery .Slnhle.
J. W. NELSON
PROPRIETOR Midway, B, 0„ Auoust 29,181)8,
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mr, Glaze who has a large contract
for huilding a road in the Slucati, paid
Midway a visit nn Friday,  coining in
hy way of Marcus,   He remained only
a day or two hero, and then returned
to I he scene of his labors,
Tho veteran Seattle PobI Intelligencer
representative llr. J.  A.   McOlenuan
citnic wheeling into lown on  Ilia hike
on I'Viduy, nnd  nftor slinking *linuil.s
with old lime friends, ami doing a
little business foi* hin employers, pus.
sed on tn Greenwood uml Grand Pucks
on Saturday,
Jlr. P. A. II. Lamhly, 8, M„ uf
Osoyoos, wns a visitor to this district
during the past week, being ovor on
olllcial liusiness. In his capacity a*
Gold Commissioner Mr, Lamhly visited the scene of tin' i'i iit. sad accidents at the Old Ironsides inine in
Green wood camp. His recouimendia-
tions to Ihi' Government will no doubt
help to lessen the possibility of a re-
curi'iinciiof such sail a Ii'i lies.
Mr. Rice's party of ('. I'. li. Surveyors are still engaged in running trial
linns from the several mining camps
situate smith of Eholt and Brown's
creeks. Ths.se ac Summit, Greenwood, Wellington, nml Central camps
and possibly nnu or two others, Il
appears to he Ibo company's intention
to mako n town on the summit of the
divide between Boundary Creek uml
the North Fork of Keltic 11.ver, connecting the several mining camps by
spur lines wilh lbe main  line ul thai   mali. ■  .
point.
McNicol's bull   was  Hie  scene uf ll j
botl ..: which will buhl many tons of
Imlil, c, This is lbe i. iiiaiiie .-:.-, iii
this direction, as although many bnve
talked ofllie benefits nf (be ensilage
system, no othei* farmer iu tbia ny iur
thul malti'i'in adjaciciil districts, lias
up to the present carried his tlioeries
inin practice. If ranchers, more particularly those who keep milk stock,
knew tin*:n'tinil benelll   In ho derived
fr nsilage ti,. j   ivoi Id uol   resl
emits.ni. imlil thoy had ;.i; - bu 1,, an i
tilled with ibal perfect fn. .1 for cattle,
a iiiixtui f corn fo I.l aa   mn  Hewer
bunds unil Hold bean vines, ll ia In he
hoped llial rn.my farnii'i'siu this dis-
Icicl. will follow tbe example icl   Inan
by Mc. Coulson.
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Consumed by sire.
A livid hglu iu tbe nighl sky, gave
llu* citizens nf ,\liii ..ny uu Wednesday
lasl warning thai something hnd gnnii
wiling iu lhe neighborhood of i,. i|uhie
& Powers saw mill which was located
o Ilniinilary Creek nboul Iwo miles
From Midway, Hardly bud Ihisstrnnge
ightbeen noticed when word readied
lu* town thai u lire IiiiiI broken mn al
be iniil. As soon us possible u number
if citizens made llieir way in lbe seen.,
if ibe cunliiigralInn, ami although
ibey lenl every n^sislance In lbe
regular mill stuff, an raveiiiuis were
iln* names thut little could  be saved,
mil Ibnl. lillle was represented bys	
pilesof lumber, amounting in ail only
ui a few thousand feet,
Enquiring    ns     In   Ilia   an.ice.'     nf
ibe     Hre     elicited      lint'   :.inf.o
Will bring plenty ol
"TANGLEFOOT"
Will. '  I'l'l.'II   lill
si ihe
FOfi SALE BY
J. fl. UNSWORTH.
ORUQQIST
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[HE RUSSELL 1 RDWARE GO.
GREENWOOD CITY, B. C,
LARGE CAR OF
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MowsJ ■ steps and Blocks
AT LOWEST PRICES.
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PAINTS OILS, VARNISHES, COLORS.
.Wi* carry everything in these lines....
Ill'.;] .lo'Vf.fs peceiva prompt attention.
First c'355 ail-shop in connaniion
;!a away up     Gomo in and se!     Prices
JWil,
lent' explanation ns lu where ii
sprung frum, tus when  discovered   by
ilie mill bunds llu* lbe  bad gained  a
very  social   gathering    ol    Midway    |)ud h(,,l(Uvay| ftml W|l9  M   mmm.
cithens on Friday evening lust.    IT.c ,nR th(, pmlllsi.Si  Thai ii, was passible
cnlci'liiinineni   lunk   lbe  form   ul  aL    ^  ^  f(|  , u|,n  ft||i M||m, ;j	
dance, In which all present parliclpal I ||||(|||| ,,,*.„,,,.„,„,,.,, mla ,.xpMnei
ed, and so throughly enjoyed llml ,)y Ulu ,■„,,, U„ao„iy ,.Vll ,,„ys hefore
expression., tlml. lhe same would  soon   |J)e        (   „.,„.,,,„,,;   w„s AMimgeA
he repealed wus beard on all sides. L    ||o. ^       |n ,,„„.,.,„.,„; ,,-
Qulten number of Indies were present,, ^^ ;mi| m |m,n wp|(J mm  ,hr
ll"dil< Ilunr wns in  excellent con        ,tj„n ,,„,,„„ „,„,„,,,,„ „,;,,,, a*,,,,
dilion nnd the music furnished by Mr.  ,     . ,„,,,,* hv ,,|I11IK| ,],	
Bush nnd his assistants wu* dance i-
spirhigto Ihehiahesl degree, ll is no
wonder lhat the plticlpants rebiciaul
ly lefl the hall 111 the early illuming
bonis, In ail* nil Inter to the sterner
dulies of the day,
loss is repi
it.ill plain,
feel nf gun
; It mn: i:i
iiisniiielhin-j
iiiiil, "ia in all aggregating
ilv,-ilucnfsuiiii.*$8,0IX) to $10,000, none
nf which ivns covered by iosiiinnce.
Sin. iilu.lv inifiirluunle hits tins linn
been ill llieir milling operations in ib"
Mc. James Mctln-goi', Provincial In- dislciet, but neviM' bi'fim* did lhey
speetnr of Metalliferous Mines, came in  recclv/such n blow as nn VVi'diiesday,
yesterday vln Grand Forks,   [lis visil,   Inst, and as ll ivnnrs   bullied   hum*
wliieli islll" lirsi lm bus   puid   lo  tin*   fully   ug.'iinsl   funnel*    losses,    much
llislricl, Is neae  pni'ticuliii'lv  in  con-  symnulhy is felt, fur llii'in,   in   this I
in'i-i inn with twu recenl final noddenls  -tunce.   As to whether Ilm suine  ii..
n!  lhe Old linnsides  mine,  and,  in-   will install another plant lias  nnl   i
fulfill ally, In in,ike enqulris  respecl-  yel transpired,
ing tin* I'iiluliiy wbich iici'iii'i'i'sl  n few
weeks ngo at the Snowshoe.     He will
nut-nnw make a general inspection of
C. F. COSTERTON
VlaliXUX.Ii.C.
Ssiiepal Real Estate & Financial Agi,.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Tiik Royal Ixsai; inch tln\;
Tiik leixmix ami Lancashire Fire
[SaUlUNCK Coy.
Thk  Insurance Coy, of North
America,
The London and Canadian Fm
Insth inch, Coy.
The Shn Life a is-jhasch Coy ui
Canada,
The ') .mixuif lii'ii,nixii andLoai
Association,
Appraiser for the Canaiia Peii
manent Loan and 8avi.ni aCm
GREENWOOD CITY MBBCANTILE 09.
•GREENWOOD CITY, B. C.
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COUNT'*' COURT NOTICE
tbe nunewolkings in lb.* district, I'm
thedoiible rciismi that h" has oilier
urgent work n wail iia; his.-it tent inn and
that several iniportanl Inenl properlies
are at present closed dnwn,
Mr.  James  Monnghan  with   some    A silting of tlio County Court of Yulo will
members of his family passed oul  to to lll)1'lu"
Spokane on Thursday last. Spoken to ••' Fmrvlow. on Oetobor l.ttli isas.
by an Advance representative, Mr, Al tlio hoir of 11 o'clock in the foronoon
Monaglian admitted that   Mr. G.  II.    By sioniinnnil,      c. A. B. LAMBLY,
Mc\iil:ivs mission lo lbe easl   wus I'nr U'vjmiii.i O.Hio, Ouyooj, ll. II. I
the purpose nl re-organizing  the Cari- ..,7:"4i7.7i	
boo Company, but what suecass had
Sc:
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attended his olfnrts Mr.  Monaglian
could not say, as only  through  the
columns of the press hail word reached
him, thnl the piojoct was being carried
to eoinplel ion. Referring to tlle recent
rich strike on the Waterloo claim in   COUNTY  COURT   NOTICE.
Oamp McKinney Mc. Monaglian said
ho hoped that Eiirthor dovelopeinent    , ,(.  „    ,„„„.,  ....    .„,
i , ,       ,,        Astltlngof tho County Court of i nlo will be
would only bind tu strengthen  Hie ]lMl:n
rich prninisc uf the ledge, ns he would A| ,.*lhv.„. „„ H„ ,.].„.., .,„ mils any of
lie glad lo see othor  mills  stumping Octobor 1808,
out bullion in the old eamp, Ailho hour of 11 o'clock In tho f	
I;. Coniiniinil,
Wnrk on lhe government buildings 1V (i ,., .,;Vvx(
at Fairview wusrereully stopped, bul om , „    ., I(W,,';,,   ' „..,',.
it Ib expected operations will soon  be inii'uly, IW,
renewed, and construction carrleil lo — ■
completion,   ii is in I...  hoped  that ,.,
such will lii'lhc s'lise, I'nr  lbe  sake nf [ ".."          ' I
Ibi'csinvience In  llle  public,   and   Hi"
iillieiitl- who wnnlil naturally Iil..- in
he established in  Iheir new quarters For   I   I                '"
before the cbllley l.lusls of winter have feel    HI
unuiher   oppnr lly     of    blowing 6) BaVai
Hu'uugh their whiskers after  | tn, Sp "■  "
the clunks in llu* wallsof their presenl Cfaa'"                   1     S    tl    llO
habitation at Osoyoos,    ,Vt  showing DylStSupt,,
the deltipleliitedstate of the buildings r   \xr   j.|   *,?„.,,.,.„.
,       , , w,   V i . i t. .2) cl 11 ,:ll 111.
there, ii prisoner win unci' heard in re*
mark that be cnuld easily hove ttol | "
away wllhthesnfe hy walklngthi gh f|„
tin*
fnilned from dning sn nut nf consideration fnc llle ollit'iuls wlm wnnlil perhaps have 'lieen censured, bud be
followed the bent of his Inclinations.
MINERAL ACT 1896,
OortlflBttte   of  1 nprovo iiouts
Una lien- MlNI'llAI, S'l.UM.
iltuntc In. ill    • ittl   It       lllintn ! Division
a '.-' ilo 1 lia'ri a    W mrol ■ ...an Control
n
T-AlvE  XilTH'l: that I  A', -nil,!- Wal'i...
I fi... iiitnor'n cortWcatti K,i.ll'ii. iiii.-.i'..
ilstydni itrain .In- horoof, in innil- to tho
Hilling lloconl ..-r.ru ci'iiii-i;.. uf I iipniro*
mollis, for tlio " ci...*.. ..( oiitiiiiiiiiir n t'-cown
Grunt of lho iibu-'i cluim.
And further luke notice thai notion under
sootlon 37 mii-st lm eiiiniueiici'il a, I'.n-t. Llie lusti-
nitooof such Cei'iiii'-ia ■ of tin] a. onn a:-,
llnlosl Ihis Will slay of Juno, Isas.
Mingral At"? 1896.
Certificate  ol' Improvements,
I*J-.^'ilr..ia:.'.3.
Ill,at. IIll.L '-liaia; a'l,MM.
Situate, In Ihc   Oso".ios Mining Division nf
Ynle   District,  Whero Iticatodi   Camp
Fatrvlew
-T-A1C1! NOTICK, llml I.CIins.delllolsG n
ua,   ngenl    for   Wai,    A. liter froo
miner's oortlll •-'.■    X ..   i 'ft .....I   Alfred
A. llnvldsonfri'O Minor's li ."ilo X... i.llffl,
a..aa i, .iai. ilis.   .■■.... -'.. ',     ■ v .f, a,....i.a
io the Mi., a; 11 siordei for   . rorllllonlo . I'
i                 :  a    . , ..■   Ill   ,- ..a. ISl! olllllllllllg ;i
( l-OWIl   ■   '.' .a    .   .,a ., ..
An! fni'iltei' i.'.               il ictton, uiitlor
•oollhn 117. ma a    ■..■... i.e., Uio Issu
iiiien a' ■: -a *•■■.':.,.■:■■ ■  ,. i,,■ fomouta,
Hal  I lhl« lSlli day cf July, I
up Mm
pecial lainiisiis io
011131 10WI3 mm,
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i ...   .' : ..    .   - ■ m______
1 ssu
jht,    '■"■      —
ome,
FAIRVIEV/, B.
';'■    TJi!S HOTEL offers the best of accommodatto
\ .
iwA     at moderate charges,   Only the best brands ft
,;-:'    .
■■■ ■■     liquors ancl cirars kept on  hand.   A   p;oi;d bible
'/'/'•
ara! tjood beds add much to the comfort of i s
patrons.
■   MORRIS, PROP.
t )ertifii ate of  Impi  . enn nt;,
',' -   '      a   ■ a.
Sltunto Iii th ■ Keitl   a .-'    ■
,.     '..        Disi
■ on tt        .ti. ot' the
HoiiKi/aauu lill
T* M  ;   a      ;   .   :
igelll fur J
ico inliirr's curll
1.,..,     I
:
,   ,,
-   ni ■.;
r Illl Hull   ll
...
a..
lllltOll Illl*. llllll illll ..i I'd
ay wllhthesnfe by walking!),, gh Q    J mi      .  n      n   j
■ci'iicksin     walls,   tuily   be  -,,..  Ujjy    \ -, \j,  ',
: ■■■-■■:
!    Parties nee liny good
|   il- ni i.:'l seed  . :'  ii
n   for  plantinsf,  sli ml
  .-,s     ,,      ,   ,, ',-.   ,
fewdavs  ■„:,.,,,,!'xhilal.I   iw   aa -     '    '  "   '   '   I   ;        "l'",)'
samples of fall wheal  grown nn his!     *{!      vildwav, I.. I „   who
has two fumous van
tries, the,
ranch, on tho bench lands near .Midwny. He reports a splendid yield, tbej
varieties of grain being  Early Genes-!
seeGiiint.'mil Dawsons Golden cimif,iEarlv Genessee Giant
■Il.-i'C.-l'I'-nilll-rai**. ... ■' .      •
.Mr. ('unison is meeting wilh   success .Nil
ranching in thisdlstrict.imd ass resull Di ■' Golde
he is liuililing nn  enormous  barn   in  sninple. can .      .
,vhicli will be insliilletl   two siln pits.
Mineral Act '■:: -■
Certificate of   [mprovements
.. ttt-n.
Bon 11 .     - ■ |.      . ■ 'a.- ecu,Claims,
-■   -       lining Division ol
',' '    dl trict,    ,',' aa    located;  Cn   a
Fal
TAKK   OTI   Sthnll  1      loljo! (Ins;,
,1111111
alun-,.
II    '     a,
granl of ilm
an.l fiirili'ir ...
lion 37. innil ii tin
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i.i  a ...: l:!i  .a.. .   .
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Patror house, i     ly fu lished,
'•■.,: . nding
io the comfoi Strict a'' n   i paid to
the ". nti ■"' '" "' -.ii limes.
:-"...' I'MISl'S,
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THK ADVANCE
Midway. B.C., A*jatfflT29, 1808.
BOUNDARY CREEK MINING ID MU LING COMPANY, LTD. LY.
Incorporated October 21st, 1896.
H23 JkX3   OFFICE ,   O-XfcEinXlirOT'O-OD  CITTT, tt . C
COMPANY'S PROPERTIES.
'he Company's mining properties now consist of fourteen claims, viz, the D. A., G. A. R. Big ]
Ledge, 0 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
%
•Os-.
■ ■ tawntk
G F FIC n iv S O F C O M PA N Y :
_   -   -   -   -PllESIDENT
D. A. HOLBROOK   - Manages
E. JACOBS Secbetary-Tiveasubeb
BANKERS
HANK OP MONTREAL ".- |    Vernon, ti.fjpx
•OTCTSBniBfc.
DESCRIPTION.
On thu "11. A" is a vein about [20
Inchea wide, with a pay-streak of 4 to
12 inches j from tnis 8,6*53 lbs, of ore
wus shipped to the smelter, giving
$103.15 gold per ton, silver 74 7-10 ozs.,
iind 2 per cent, lead, A Inline! is being
driven on this vein from whicli ore is
being taken. On the same property is
n larger vein (quartz) carrying galena
and pyriles.
The "G. A. II." bus n B0-fnol shaft
sunk on a 2-foot vein, heavily mineralized ivilh nn intimate mixture of iron
iiiid copper pyrites, galena, blende nud
silverglaiu'c, Thi'linesl piccesofwiicsil-
verfound pnBoundai'yCi'eek were taken
from this shaft, Average nssnys from
different places across the vein gave
$8.00 gold, BO oz*. silver| also $S.O0
gold and 150 ozs. silver und one, tbe
latest return—$15.05 gold unil 100 4*5
ozs. silver per ton.
On lhe "Big Ledge'' is a, 10-fool
quartz vein, mineralized with iron
pyrites. This vein bus been opened
up liyccoss-ciilson the surface for 500
feet, A narrower vein bus been
opened up, being one fool wide, carrying considerable copper pyrites, uml
lams inlo the main ledge as a spur, mi
which a tunnel of 10 feet 1ms been
driven. Average unsays gave $88 gold
nnd 11-10 ozs, silver, aud Wo gold
17J nzs. silver, 2 pes eenl. cupper
The "S,!?." lies lefweed tlio G, A. 1!
and D,A.,iti the .iii eel i.n ni lie strike
on the G. A. 11. vein. This location has
ecu made on a vein of pyrrhotlto,
The "O. B." has two distinct veins',
une 25 feel, wide which, from ils strike
uml general character would seem to
be Ihe snine vein ns that tin llu* Big
Ledge, although sufficient, has not
been done to make this conclusive,
The second vein bus at present, n
width of ncnrly three feel. Assays
huvu shown values in gold from $4.00
In $170.53, while a conservative sampling by Mr. IS. 8. Fowler, M. E, gave
$20.00 in gnld.
On tlie"S. !!. II." iirc'two converging veins of copper nud irun pyriles,
on which waul, is now being done, Au
average assay gave, gold $1.50, silver
10? nzs., copper 11.I'd per cent., or
$40.44 for all values,
The "Fred ti." was located in He
ceuiber, 1805, more in* ground I'm' a
basis I'nr mining operations for lbe
other cliiiins Ihnn for ils presenl value,
although lliere is littlednulil thnt lbe
large vein nn IheO. II. runs lhrough
it. There isa small vein of galena on
Ihis darn,
The "1. A. (V has a large Iron-
capping running Ibrnugb it from the
•Yiiiicond i, at a depth of u few feel.
The ore can ies u considerable percent
nge ,,!' nl'. i.ppei and Sill in guld,
I"
%
This company is registered under the
Companies Act, 1890, and amending
arts, in the office of the Registrar in
Victoria, Ii. C„ for 1,500,000 shares at
$1.00, non- assessable, of which a
portion of the Treasury stocK is now
offered at 10 cents a share on application to the company,
______wmkw
Tin' remaining six elaimsnre nil good
prospects, but us yet very lillle development work bus been done on
them,
k
4.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certiflcnto  of   Improvements.
■jsoftfs.tiyiTti.
1 1 a   ,  a       1   MniKRAL Cl.AIM,
Situate ia Oa......  Mil  a Division,ofYale
Dlstriot.   Waco Locnlod:- Camp Fair-
vlmv.
T.       :. ,   .  .    ia Itosn  '1... Iliil.
or's .-■ .a      •   ".  10   :,  I i in Slovens,
trOO I"in.-r'-f.-l   ilea■' .... .li .Illl   A, I'OI'V-
ill,   fl-00   1,1.     .     .I'. .', 'e   'a...llf.'-,.    .1.     I'.,f\
Hum)     a . : liner's corlillcnlo No, 1MB, in II B
lnmi thiol orcof, nplytotho I X.
I ..ii. fin .i ia tan.aa.. nf Improve-'
tin |)ur[iost! 1,1 obtaining a Orown
(iiiini <,i'ii... . ■.,-,. 1:, na a.  tlielrngonl .lulin
...
.a , until,. iiiul it,'iin.1 nnd,-r
ni   a,  ,, i„ l',,ii. ill*, iaan-
III '   a  a ,.■ ii*. ■   . ,    [in|iroV0lllOlltS.
.       . I
Oi—^*~->tlJO I
C"0!CE NORTHERN OROWN
■aart *•*<••   .1 ,
,
4
'^j%:.\nxy.f!3,.
Showing the Datoa and Places of Courts of
Asslzo, Nisi Priiis, Oyer and Tormlner anil
Gonoral Gaol Delivery for LhcYeiu* 1893,
1 \; 1,  \    .■'.   .
Clinlon Tl.ui:- lay,3'2ii(l Soptombor
Ulcliflold Monday, 2(Jtli HoptombBt
kamloops Monday, Hnl October
■Lytton    -   - .    Kiiilii.v, llthOctobor
Vi'l'luni Uonduy, WthOctobor
New WoHluilnslnr.. ..Tuesday, 1st Novoinbor
Vancouver Monday, I Hh Novoinbor
Vieloria.,, Tuf-1i.1i  lAib Novombor
Nnuninio 'I uenday, 32nd Novembr
Xax _G_._xi.-jr
uantity..        j
AT EASTERN PRICES.       !
GSQ
You Want the Best and the Cheapest.^-'
THE ONLY PERFECT FENCE. McMullen's Fencing  and   Nettings
...,."^..T....«» -wiifnun        Combine these two'Quallties.
bw m WOVEN WIRE FENCING no oth,*,,...
nlj&s MTv/irh- rope selvaoe. ■	
******* HOG  FENCINGS   AT   SPECIAL,
LOW PRICES.
IA1.I, OTHER VAItlKTlKS CIIKAl'.l
Tin; BEST PRODUCED,
MAIL  ORDERS  FILLED  PROMPTLY.
Mini ut;„.ti, ratal imil fluid l.y
THE ONTARIO WIRE FSNCINU CO,, LTD.
Pinion, llnliirlo.
.McMullen's are the only good nettings
sold In Canada, They aro unequalled for poultry yards, trellises, anil
lawn fences,
.. .We Pay The Duty . . .
0. .B& P. B. NELS
Seed Merchants, Nelson, Wash.
IHr*fB**a*XHCHUI
e Golden
, itm-t»msMmMumKmM
'"I
i
|.'A III VIEW, li. C.
ote
Ask your hardware niercliaiit for McMullen's goods.   II" you cannot buy of
The Manufacturers at Picton, 0nt„ or to
him write to   The B. Greening; Wire Co., Ltd., Hamilton and
Montreal, General Agents.
JAMES COOPER, Montreal, General Agent for Railway Eenclng.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION.  GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages t'o and from Penticton and
Oro, Wash
(loiiuwa!J3!i?fi!iiJug.1
AT "THE ADVANCE.'
W. DALRYMPLE"
Grezii3a-*ini,l    VOjetolmmaaaii-tla.
PAIIIVIEW, H.C.
All Kinds of Repairing,   Horseshoolng
aSiieclnlly.
J,  __. li[Kl
WATCHMAKER and
MIDWAY, B.
Fine Watch Repairing
All Work Mini'-'
_ I ',
JEWELLER
c.
a  Specialty.
iiti'tl.     iilt-'il.i
THE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation,   Good Stabling.  Terminus of Stage Line
from Marcus, Washington.
McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors.
NOTICE.
Having rented my premises the Brooklyn Hotel, situated in
Greenwood Camp, I beg to give notice that from the first day
of August the business in connection with the above hotel has
been in the hands of the lessees.
F, GRAFF,    ■   ■   -    Curlew, Wash.

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