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 THE ADVANCE.
Vol. VI, No. 6.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1896.
$2,00 per Year.
n W. JAKES, M. D„ C. M,
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE     :     :     I     BOUNDARY FALLS.
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D„ C. M.
VKItNON, 11. 0,
Lath or
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Knii.
QR. OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, b. C.
Graduate of McGill University
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Yale.
T   P. McLBOD,
Barrmtkr, Solicitor, Rn:.
Anaciinua, B. V.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
NOTARY P TIB 1.1 (J, JSTC.
VKItM.S, II. (I.
J    K.JOHNSON,
Law ano Colleotino Agency.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   NotaryPubho.
grand fokks - - - • b. a
pOUBBS M. KKHBY, P.L.8.,
A.M.O.8.O.E.,
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Notary Public.
Miiiway. II. C.
QHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKHNON, 11. C
Commission and Insurance Ag-'t
NOTARY PUBLIC.
GROCERIES.
Large Shipments Arriving Weekly.   We Iniy lhe
lhe Very lies! Brands, anil sell ul Wonderfully l.niv
Prices,   (live us a cull and lie convinced I lint our
prices  ure  llie lowest in this seelion  of country.
and Shoes, Clothing, Ete,
We carry n large nud well-selected stock of nhove
and as tie purchased our minds for SPOT CASH we
an* ennlilcd In give uur ctist.on.ois the l.enelit nf the
Discount,   (live us a Trial Older.
"OT. T. Slxa.-tford -and Co.
Fairview, Ciunp MeKlnnoy mid Vernon.
J.McNICOL^
Dealer in
GrexLex*a>l  ]MEe-c*c]xa,ziLdi*3e.
A(JENT FOR
THE GIANT POWDER COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO.
Powder Maqassinb at Anaconda.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A. Jl„ B. 0. A.
Civil Eneiiiecr,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irritation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of the Province Immedlatety Attended to.
laps and Plans or Any Portion of Osoyoos
District ind Iflning Camps of Kettle River
■Inlni Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
J. C. HAAS,
MINING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C.
O. A. OiiBSS, M. A. 11. A.Gt-tss, M. A.
GUESS BROS.
Chemists .and Assayers
Thoroughly familiar with Fain-tow ami
Boundary Creok Mineral Properties. Properties Exiuiiinc d. Assays and Analyses of Ores.
Fuels, Etc
Ml
ESTABLISHED
1670.
KETTLE RIVER  MINING  DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locations for Ihe Week
Ending November 30, 1696.
NIlVKMIIKIi 21.
Virginia Oily, Brown's camp, Ella
Clink.
Ciillfiiriilu,  Brown's cuuip, W. 0.
Harris,
Ajax,  Di'iultvoiiil ciunp, ,1. II. Iliiu-
iiiiIiiiii.
NuVloiliKH '£t
llniiiliiitv, Christ imi luke, (', SiinilniT
IOLESALE   AND, rmmt
Retail Dealers in dry    Vilnius,   Greenwood   cniup,   ,1,
goods,  boots ancl  shoes,. '"!*' ,,,,..,, , ,,
o        '. . . . War Blight, Kiinlieily cnmp, .1. M.
groceries and  provisions, .i,,,.,.,.,*^.
wines, liquors and cigars. |
f
Special Attention
Paid to Mail Orders.
Nothing but reliable goods
kept on hand.,
TRIAL   SOLICITED.
Hudson's ay Co., Vernon, I, C.
X>   O.  Box.  6<£.
MIDWAY AND ANACONDA B. C.
W. 0. Haywood;
W. L.  LEONAlil).
OTEL PENTICTON
Haywood & Leonard, Penticton, B. C.
Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagfan Lake
FANCY MS..
Glassware and Crockery,
School Supplies and Toys,
Stationery, Playing Cards
and Games, Dressing Cases
Wall Paper, Violin Strings
and Proprietary Medicines.
Agent for the
Ptonix Fire Insurance.
♦♦*»«
ED. A. HAIN  ■   MIDWAY. B. C.
®     ®     ®
Stage Connections at Penticton
Willi Steamer Aherdeeti fm Pairview, Osoyoos, and Orovllle, Wash. Also
Camp McKinney. Ruck Crank, Midway, Buundary Fulls, Anaciinda, Greenwood
Cily, Carson, Grand Forks and paints iu Washington,
Ample Accommodation for Hunting Parties.   Guides Furnished
® ®
Though do Dot fall to lake artvantaRO at
thin rutlitii' limited opportunity, ami
hare your I'huto taken while you hnvo
that opportunity of obtaining n Ivuo and
MIDWAY, H.C.
ORBEKWOOD, II. C,
M. BABRKTT. 0- T. 1IOUOBOX
BOUNDABY  CRKKK
m Go.
G-eoonwood City, B. O.
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Good Boating and Fishing.
VERNON ■ SAWMILL
SMITH k McLEOD, l'ltoeitiKTORs.
Sash, Doors. Mouldings, Turnings, etc. All kinds offanctory
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.
® ® Perfect likeness
Aud a neatly finished picture, .1. H.
Storuiar Ib r proflolont workinun in hin
productions nf nrl, iuhI guarftiitoefl peifeel satisfaction.  CiiliinetK only $1,110,
California Gallery, Miiiway, 1
CK1IT1 I'll A'l I'M OK WORK,
NOVEMIIEH 21
Mtuitanii, ll. Il.inniliii.
(,'iiletluniii, .1. W. McOauil und .1. L.
Wiseman.
Hidden Treasure, T. Parkinson and
W. I'feifer.
Plittl, P, Aspiiitvall el ill.
NiiVKMimn i'i.
H.C. II., H.C. Brown.
NOVEMBEB 20,
Black Hawk, T. Walsh, V. A. Buld-
will uud I'). Ilnllie.
ltln, 0. Hicken.
Legal Tender, I). W. Ilulliriuik.
NOVKMIMSR 28,
Glenwood, .1. Sutherland,
NOVEMBER ill.
Hopewell, A, Councrs,
TRANSFERS,
NOVEMBEB 'U.
Viiiicouver, J interesl, A. (>. Hugh's
lu F. H. Ynung,
Lake Side Fractiun, all inleresi, G.
Thrasher tu .1. A, C-uuierun and 8.
Euiersuu.
Nnrlh Seulllc Fraction, Mrs.l-'.OIark
lo ll. Clark.
Willerlon, I interesl. E D.ivls In II.
Ii. Oaiiii'l'ou nnil II. C. Slnidwiek.
Indian Quitch, till ittierest, 11. Sheiids
to (liniiii Furks Gold Miningcmnpiny.
Mnsciitl, all interest, H, Shi'iids lo
Grand Forks Gold Mining company.
Little Viilcmiic, all interesl, l!.SIi»mls
to Grand Furks (In'il .Mining cnuipany,
Victory, all interesl, A. Wallace In
VV, M. Law,
NOVEMBER -'ll.
Tiger, 1 inleresi I). C. liench III F,
(.use,
Diii'tiontl Hitch, i interesl, II. C.
Bench lu F. (ins.-.
NONEMBEH 2S.
Napoleon Bnniipurti-, all interest, J.
Geliiius In Huglisli und French Quid
.Mining cnuipiiiy.
May Flint er, all Inleresi, J. Gallium
to English uml French Gold .Mining
coinpniiy.
Murk Anthony, J interest, ,T, Gelinas
In English und French Gnld .Mining
cnniptiiiy,
Besl, J interest., A. Dill-ills loJEnglish
mul Flench Uolil Mining company.
Iliiiuliler, nil interesl, A. G, Davis
I mul C. Frank tu Everett, and Spokane
Mining L'uiupany.
NOVUM III! ulil).
Hionniiiig Bird, i interest. .1. Rhrlick
l.n S, .1. Lure.
Humming Ilinl, I'M inleresi, ,1. Flu-
lick lu J, tl, Williams.
Humming Uinl. 1 20 inleresi. ,1. Rhrlick to P. O'Brien,
Humming Bird, 1-2(1 inleiest, .1.
I'hrlick to C. S. Crisp.
I "Then, if lliis principle sin.ulil pre
I vnil In cases where nld Is given hy
federal  or   proviticiul   governments,
why should not il I xicuilt-d loinuiil'
cipiiljties, thnl corporal III 118 whn 111111111}
railways ur Industries nf uuv kind,tuny
tieciune partners or shut" iu tiie pinlils,
if nny!' Were this method .llh.pl ell,
the uinst iilijrclionul.lt' features of the
llliuussysleni IVOIlId lie eliiuillllleil.mill
thnt system, which it seems llnpnasihle
tu uIhiMsIi,  could   tic  npernletl   more
fllll-ly   lllllll   il   null   is.    As tlle linlllls
system Isnperaled now, iiiiuili'lpiilitlea
coinpettt teckle-sly In secure industries
uud often give tiiiire iinui Is just lliu l.le,
while iu nny case tin* money is n clear
gifi. Under the piirlnersliip plan,
municipalities ivould la* mure careful,
would share in lhe profits, and, if lhey
were compel ing, lliere would he some,
thing liitigililc lu cnuipele fnr."
 .. 4	
WHO OWNS  JUNEAU?
]£ERR BROS.
•BUTCHERS.
MIDWAY,
The ownership uf the towmif .Itineau
iu Alaska litis heen in dispute fnr many
years, nnd unly recenlly the minis of
the Gulled Slnles decided us tu llie
I ilie.
The (Iccisiiiu referred to Is une that.
luis just lieen rendered hy Secretary
of tin* Interiur Francis, ami it. gives tu
Mis. Goldstein n lillle uver twenty
.teres nf land in llle lown of Juneau,
on tvliii'li her htlshaiul filetl ill her inline
us n mining cluim. The decision returned liy Scrretury Francis ends the
mutter in which al une Unit*t riiiiuthei'
a good portion of llu- citizens of
.Iimeuii fell, personnlly intereslt'tl.
Ill IHSU Huius Goldstein, u citizen of
Juneau, whicli was then not much ot
n tout), Hied it mineral cluim on what
wus afterwards lhe hest property in
the pluce. Mot. much was thought uf
the matter nl lhat lime, li tvus mil
uiiiil twu years Inter—iu 1SS8 -that
the puhlic knew nf lhe fact thul a part
of the luwnsilc ivns lieing claimed fill'
mineral purposes, In Ihul year u
govern ment surveyor wus .sent nurlli
lo stake nil' nuincruu-i mining claims
ihul hnd heen anleil un. Meantime
Juneau had grown, und when lho
peuple Ihere snw llu- government sur-
veyor ul work in lown, slaking ull'
soiiie of the lies! resilience luis in lhe
pluce, they were inure than ciiritnis,
uud sel nlioul In leiiru what il all
meuiil. They were mil long iu lllldilig
thul il was a mineral claim thai had
Iieeu Hied un Ihe property iu Ihe name
of Mrs. A. A. Goldslein l.y her tins*
Lit nd, uud Ihnt it wns lieing surveyed
under the siiine luw tlnil governs nil
I similar filings in Hint lurrilury.
It is suid ilinl ul presenl prices fm'
property in Juneau, the Goldstein
cluim of twenty acres is worth from
$8UU,0(J0 lu $1,0110,001) si of ii living
properly held hy those who will Iiiul
it lo their advantage lo pity a round
sum per innlilll rental lo llieir new
landlord rather Iinui give up their
plnces.
 4- . 4	
JOURNALISTIC   ENTERPRISE.
The llrilisii Cnluiiiliin .Mining Ilea.ail
will close llie present year hy pulillsh-
ing a special hnllilay niiiuhef, which
will he Ihe largest uml finest will inn nf
tin* jn.irniil ye: Issued, li will couliiin
urliclt'Sdescriptive of the vein's work
in nearly every mining disirici nf ihc
Cuiosliick l.uilc, nil interesl.(I.Lynch I province, uml  will  l.e  llie mosl com*
I.. IC. II. Ilusl II. II. W. Atkinson and
ft. .1. M. Gcugnii.
Onrlisle, J inleiesl, ,M. C.  Miller In
II. M. Ciunpliell.
 -.•-.	
BONUS  SYSTEM.
pli-lc exposition uf I he,mining Industry
of llriiish Culiiiiiliiu ever pulilisllell. ll
will sliuw lhe giiiiul piuspeclsiihi'iiil
for 18U7 uud the iuforuiii'iiui il .till
contain will he iif such a niilureiis in
make lliis special liuiuher valliahle III
Ihe fill lire fnr reference, Alreiuly
t.-iige unlets have lieen received fur
-ilia copies of this eililiiin uud many
! Sawmill on Okanagan Lakh, Handy to S ment,  Sash ami p00H. Mining damns,
F.ii.'i'imv on (I, lJ. H„ Vkiinun.
The Tnrnntii Star, discussing Ilia
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS llmnus syalein, suggests » very simple
  solulinn of the vexed ipiesllun, T 'h j „„„.„„,,. „x|„,|,. .,',„„ ,|„. dm uf
,.  ,  ,„,;..„, .   ,...,.   ,     ,  „       ln8 " ""ll1"" "( h"K" s s »f piilillciitlun su that iis wlilespreiidcu*
Moat itollvoniil at Hook Crook anil all llio of ,,.on,.v hv guveri Isnnd niihlic      ,   •,*    ,     , i   ,,     i
ot .iinui)  ..j got..nun ins nnu iiuuiii I (•■ilntlolt Isalreiidyiissiiied, Mcn-luiuls,
 ll™'" P1'1*:1"* '"'<' mil'"m' " "'J? ;! uianufiiclurcrs, mi g hrtikeis uml In*
J. Kerr.
R. D. Kerr.
"0 if  the   ml.I   features   nf   Iiii
Inuiiis system, ns practiced in Cnnuili,
KSTAItLISIII'l)   1H4II.
Thorough Aequiilntanee with tin. Kt-ttle I    ,.,...,.,.., _.     .lllinAr.nu     r\ r\ t m r\ a +, ki
mv., »„,. llouudary own mi... (M AI N UA N D  NURSERY COMPANY,    keiowna.b.o.
District*., ],.,„. .s„ii1<a^
Alia Vista Fruit RanehrJS^KilJa!;!:
W. lULftYMI'LE
naural    BI»oIt-»mltli
FAIIIVIEW, B. C,
All  Kinds of Repalrlnft.   Horsoshoolnit a
Specialty.
J, W. 1<EEI),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watoh Repairing a Specialty.
All Work Witrranlml.    ol'-2ni
F. B. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,
VERNON, B. C
Commereial Job Printing.
".rciniiWi.; I''ak.m;
LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -
COLUMBIA
Kit
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Hi
4,1
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APPLES
Our Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
Trees Free from Pests,
FRUIT  AND ORNAMENTAL, TRHBS,  PLANTS AND VINKS.
Send for Free Catalogue,   j   F. Hutchf.rson, Manager,
I PEARS
I PLUMS
TS
Hi HiHAHAHs a.iat Kit *i> .t>
4,1   4,14',14,14,lYS4'S4',ll',44'S
HCI i'lli|lli-ll  Wllh'll   tile (jili-luc gnt i-I
iiiiii) mul lin- cily nre each usked In
gi.eu  niilii..a (lllllllin, uml llu- f.-d.-lal
(■liver nt Isitsketl I'm-JlStJfl.flljO.whlle
the pl'ivute plll-lles  Iii  lite scheme are!
vcsiiucni I'utnpanles ttill du well lu
ntnil iheinsi-lves nf iiii-- oppnrliniliy
in .nn,nl Ihenlteiill f tlie iiiiiiing
men nf the province in Iheir liu-iin—.
ns the llcreml'cr issue of the llecuid
will out imly gu largely Inlo ihe liutueH
Uf I'ilizells Illll   ill-,I   llllll   ilia I  .Illl.Ing
I'.'inip of ihe pruvince, Tlie linllilii/
lllllllliel'iif llu* II..oni will  hen lining
1 "Iv lmlf " ",il '   Hl" lf closing uf year ISKI and a hrllllaul
dlrldoiid-J are ever  ilureil, y ttill j ||l)hD|, ,)f m „,,..,, ||j(,a ,,,,,., ,hi,
g„ unly tu ineu.liers of Un- c pally,   ,„„,  ,,.,„. „f ,„,„,      ,„  B|.|,|i,h«u.
lint lulhii Ihii'e puhlic liniiii*-, ivliich ,     ,,
iireuskeil lo Furnish live-sixths uf lhe »♦•    —
I capital, MHlll.il  BXCHANOE,
"Of cniirse  lhe  piuinnters  uf llu
MARCUSandMIDWAY *"*«*
STAGE   ImXNX!
Write I'.,.* Prices iu prujecl ttill suy the puhlie hodles are
I        I D D I n U A   M   i""'|,|,|v  Blv'"l* "Wl,Jr  "   ' "s '
J.     L.     r  KlUrlA M, enuragc a piihlli-splrlled enlerprlse,
Illll Why shiiulil   lhe  pul.lie  lii'ilies iiiii
'THU ADVANCE,
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i p, M
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p. m
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m
 Hsf	
SPECIAL ATTUNTION (ilVHN TO MAIL, FREIGHT ANI) EXPRE8s|ff0R SAU
XX.   D.   lllOKKISUiV,   i*K01'»tITI-170Xl.
The initiatory steps luwarda mining
cxcliuuge weie innil.. mi I he IWi hi when
nine mining hfokers met uml foriped
au association) which for the pi-esenl
and Leoorn
rallier lie recognized us partners iu i will lie knuitn ns the Hiiurilnf Sp ik.-mc
llle prujecl, and share In lliedlvidendsn Un.kers. Those wlm nil ended y.-sler
This wny of loukiiig ui ii is unusual, day werei 0, F. ('lough. W. II. Tnj
lull il siiiniils seiisihle. mul   is  merely   Iur, A. A. Newliciy, C. S, Rutter, 11
I nnolher way of saying Ihal when pule I K. Galnsha, \V. F, Kennedy, 11.11
He  luoney   lllillds  pul,lie   works   llie' Nil hills, Charles P. Klliuge .uul Siilnev
i puhlic Ireusury shiiulil get lhe lienelll,
'kick $3.00.
, i'iTT.',:.vi)r.iii.'i. iia..'.-. Casus.
ns the people gel the convenience. Il
is a statement of the principle Ihal
gi.verninenls shuuld nut lake the
ninney of ihe people and hand II over
us' 11 ijlfl io private Individuals,
Nnriniiu.
The following olllrers were elected I
II. B. Nichols. President : II. K. Oa*
Inshu, vicC'iuesiileiit und tl-i-ttHtm-lviliil
Sidney Nnl lllllll, secri-tnry. -Spokes'
niim-I(i..vieiv. THE ADVANCE.
W.H. HOWTfi ...I'linritiKToit
Published   wpkly  m   Mldvvav,   B, (*.
Riihuoription Prico. 12.00 per aniiiim, payable
lu advanoo, oltW vnarly or half-yearly at the
option of tin1 RiiWrlhor.
Urertininn ttatwuonl on application.
Though tlie wtlnmn*. of Tiir Advanck arc
alwnvs opop for the discussion of matt-ore of
public interc-d and Importance, wo do not nw*
rnffiarllv bndornoany of the opinions oxnrcfHod,
Cnrrmnondence of n personal nat uro will out in*
published.
MIDWAY
SAWMILL.
A cross iii thlssnacfl indicates that v«nr subscription
to thlfl paper 1ms expired.
MONDAY. DKOEMBER 7, I KM.
KDITOItlAL  NOTES.
We Imvi- in former Iwnps rirnwn n!--
li'iiliitti to the filt'l tlmt 'i pressing iih*
ci'wsitv pxl»ls for lbe cshililishint'iit of
ii iniiiprli'iil oVh'i'hve fum- iih n per*
niiini'Ol 1'diitch nf mn* provincial
police. Tlmt Ihc ipH'stinn will riM|tiin>
tn Iif airillll-'.l foi'  HOIIH'   titnc   Income
Itcfnrc nny notion  in  Ilm mutter in
tnki'ii wc do nni (Idiilit, nn wc nre
aWHl'Pnf lh'1 coiNcrviitivc fcclitnf ex*
IsllnKnninnR IbnHp In unthoHtv upon
nil witch nmttcrs, Tlmt the necessity
fnr RIH'h a fnicc i>xl*>t«, hnwever. is
is only tnn pnlcnt In those who huve
fftven'lhP lenst nttenlion lo nuinv of
Ihe niorc scrioi^ ci-ini-s c 1'iiMiillcil in
thn province dnrlnp; thepurI few vnnri,
nnil more piirlienlnrlv Ihnse nf ii recent
(lule. An ii'-ipminhiiice witli snme of
these ci'tinp** disclnses the fuel thnt too
mnch rp*»tinn«|hillly 1ms heen alloweo
tn resl in lie (wilds nf cnnslilhlefl whn.
pond us lliey iinrlnnlttPflly nreln llieir
Piit'tietiliir sphere ns eoiistiiMes, nre tint
eii her hv experience nrpniftircenpnli'e
nf enp|tip wiih Ilm more rtnrfnof nnd
■cunning clnss nf primhinR Another
reason, too, may he tHldiicerl, and tlml
i«, the tini** and nttenlion of Ihc nrdin-
cnnslahlc is sn taken nn will) his ninlti-
fni'ions dulies, he is seldom at lihprly
tnpive n full nnd undivided tit tent inn
In any very inlricnlecaso.
■ ■   ■ *»	
Ov Thurs'nv pvpnniff last hv the
nnnnimous ennsetit nf alarRc nnmhpi'
nf hiicinoss incti nf Orccnwonil Cily
nnd district, a new nfiaoclntion sprantr
into exislcncc which wns christened
the Boundary Creek Minim? and Com-
mercial nsj.iciatinn. As the nhject nf
the iissncinlinn is nnl clo-nlv suppcslcd
1'V the title, we would hint nt nn
amendment, liy ihc introduction of
the word "Protective,'1 As Ihc title
now slan.ls il tnifhl ennvev to Ihe
outsider the idea thnl it represented
an incorporated t I'll fling associali'Mi,
whereas the nlnVet. nf the new nPSue'ii-
tion is nnl inclined in'tlmt ilircclion.
hut rather to fnrthel and proi eel lhe
inininu and commercial iul crests nf
the district. As In the usefulness nf
Ineal assneiatinns nf llie kind, Ihere
can hp un (piesliun, as llieir sphere of
action need nut lie a confined one, nnd
n in Iters claiming iheir consideration
need nut he few in nmnher. Railway
transpoiiatinn, freight mtcs, mural
assislance In local incorporated mining
enmpanies, laxes, mining laws, and
pvervlhinpf ppi'lniiilnp to the wellfnre
of Ihe community at large can he
hrouifhl. within the scope of their
jurisdiction. This heing the case, we
would surest Ihe title nf Ihis purlieu-
lnr association he amended so thnl it
will convey a Irue meaning as to the
nlijcci fnr which lhe new association
has heen formed.
Tub preliminary hearing in the case,
Hepina v. Keene, disclosed the fact
thai-at the reeenl eoronor's ituptest
held Upon lhe liody of Roderick at
(■amp McKinnev, the ciironcr acted
without his jurisdiction, as Camp McKinney lies several miles wes1 uf lhe
hnundary uf the Keltle River disirici,
Ou Ihc pari nf ihc coroner Ihis was
entirely nnlnlenlional, as he had only
recently been appointed lo his posilloii
a« such, nnd hnd nnl received insl ructions clearly defining the scope of bis
jurisdiction, Under the elrcnmslances
we presume eii her ihc jui|iicsl will
have to he ratilied in some way or
another held, [Jusl before koIur tu
press wu are informed ihal Dr. Morris
uf Vernnn will hold an impicsl to-
niniTiiw at ('amp McKiuuey nn the
linily of Malt Roderick.]
♦
TlIBTimesin its lasl week's Issue is
tbe authority fnr the Maleim'tii llml
Mr. rteuffi'i is seeking an exlension uf
lime on lbe Skylark bond, We are in
a position to say ilmi such is uol the
ease nnd Ihal as soon a- some mailers
uf detail arc naltsfarlorily adjlisled,
the deal will be carried in eoinplel Ion.
*, t 4      	
ADIRONDACK AND KIMI.Mil.Y CLAIMS,
Men nre In he pul In work af once
on Ihc Adirondack ami KiinlieiK
cliiuns in Kiniherly camp, and develop*
ment work will he carried no actively
fur I he ha lance nf the winter. These
two claims were iWWUfJ lhe Iirsl locations mmle, nnd ns far as surface
showings Ro, they are oiiorniousbudles
nf ore, which, liesides carrying a
goodly percentage nf enpper, assay
well in gold and silver. The claims
are under a working bund lo Mr. W.
T. Thompson.
► #  4
VKHNON NOTBS.
From t)nr Own Corronpoiidout.
The pii il'ul hellowluff of callle is nut
a pleasant ur poetical sound just at
present. I wonder Unit tlm slnek
UWHVl'3 fui' the sake uf their own in*
BOUGH AND DRESSED
-LUMBER—
leresls, tvilliiuil considering the humane side nf Hie ipiesllun, do nut provide uiiiiile .heller fnr Iheir reiiinnera-
s,
live tun nies, when llu y are nnnlile lo
■ ■■•It.in  it   hy  thi-lr  iniiiiiled  ellnris, j
I Froui it'luisiness point uf view it would i
ttell pny  the cuttle iiiiii from ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
i humane pninl uf view n snciely fnr the
! prevent inn of eiuellv tiinniniuls slinulil   -. . .   ~.   . .
uiiemi i„ ihe nmiier, ; Lath and ohmgles.
Tlie guud fnlk nf Vernon  were cull- ^ [   '
sidernlily  surprised   when il   la-camel
kiinwn on Saliuilny  lusi  Ihul .Messrs. j -«,  .   ~ -- r*»/"\ #"\ T> O
MiGillivniy k Hniiiillop, piuprielors I oAoIl - DUUKo.
nftlie Vernon hnuse, had assigned for
ilie 1'cneHi of their ciedllors, ns il wns|
gciierally r,nderstuud this hotel tuts
j lining iili<ml the hest Inisiuess iu town,
The creditors held n preliminary ineeling nil Tin allay, ullli ll||lliitltid .Ml.
Stillingtteel   In  run   the   Inisiuess un
■ heir liehnlf. 'lhe iiiiiii iiriiiiml snys
there is u nigger in lhe fence suine-
where,
luuly Aherdeen returned nn Tuesday
fruln alleiidlng the VVuiiien's National
ti.iiventinn ut Vieloria. Hit ladyship
tvus kepi liusy whilsl ul the const delivering several puhlic addresses, he-
sides ill I eliding iiiiiiaiianil.il. nil-clings
In connection with the sociely Ihnt is
hundred wilh her presidentship, Their
excellencies leave mi Siilurdny fur
Ollinvn, uml Oknnngiin is sorry. We
would huve Ihem slny tilwnys,
Mr. CA.lt. I Iv is paying Vernnn n visit. The gnld comuiissloner is
always welcnine here, lhe numerous
claim holders generally having suine
lillle iliHIriillies Unit need slraigllleii-
ing i.iit, nml ii is much inure, satistnc*
lory in get iii ihe fiiiiiilnin head in
Ihese uiiilters, We shuuld lie glad In
see uur genial coininissiuner uftener.
The siiieller has arrived fur the
Morning Glory mine, uiui Mr. Ireland
Is gelling il ready fur nctlon with ull
pussilile dispatch. Big llilnge ure ox-
peeled fiiuu an actuiil smelter tesl uf
this ore, antl if ilu-suiellerworks right,
1 don't think lhey will he disappointed;
GREEWNOOD  CAMP
BOUNDARY OREEKi B. (;.
,, Tie Gold U. Boarding House..
'loud Act'oiiniiodlitioii  foe Ti'iivel'i's.   First-olnss ."ilenls Served
Good Livory Hdible in Coiinoctloil.
FRED GRAF, PROP.
NOTICE.
Lequime & Lloyd-Jones; ^
Turkeys ■ Chi
The best hay and grain
raised in the Mission Valley
delivered at Penticton at lowest possible prices by    •
Lequime & Lloyd-Jones. Kelowna.
"VITx-l-fco  for  Prices,
LIME! LIME!
If ynu Willi lo pninl up n ealiin,
plaster a hnuse nr luiilil n foundation,
call fur lime.nl
Geo. T, Wells' Lime Kiln
Office, Itenilell & Cn's Sl nre,
Buiilidary Falls, B. 0,
There will he a Turkey anil
Chicken slinnllitg match', Dee.
24lh, ut Cui'suii, B. C.'at 2:1.0
p. in., sharp, inniiiigt'd liy the
prince nf guild fellow
McAfee,   Alsu n
.lurk
Al lhe l.O.O. I''. Hull in lhe
evening, with supper ut the
(Iriinil Prairie Hotel.
The Snpper
Prepared   hy  lhe   iniuillnhle
i k. Mis IJ. K. Davis,   All nre
invileil   lo  funic  and   havu a
guod lime nt
11
To
CARSON
S  The trade centre of the Grand tjp
§$| Prairie,    Kettle   river    and §fe
Ha Eoundary creek mining and g
S agricultural country. ml
ffl ^
^ Situated at the junction of p|
S the Boundary creek, Marcus S
K and Reservation wagon roads. K
S Nearest point to the Colville S
\m reservation mines. ^
ffl LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD 11
cat/Ij Kor prices anil nil nl herinfurinatlon apply to S_fiT.
W C. E. STUART - - ■ AGENT ffig
K^f! CARSON, ((HAM) PRAIRIE, ti. 0.
We are taking First-Cla;s
Mining Properties in hand
for
ration
McLaren bros.
AT THE——
ANACONDA . .
SAWMILL . . .
ANACONDA, B.C.
Yon will find at reason
able prices all kinds of
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
Shingles, Mouldings, Etc,
A Gall Solicited.
A. R. TILLMAN,
Prop.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKHNON, 11,0.
General Real Estste & Financial AgL.
NOTARY PUBUO,
A-K-taii-t   ror*>«-
'I'lll! ROYAI, [N'BUKANOIi Cl.Y.
TllH LliNIIIIN AND l,AXt'AH]lllili Flllli
Inhuiianuh Cov.
Tun  Insurance Coy. of Ndhtii
A.ill.) i 111-a.
Tun London and Canadian Kihk
Insubanre Coy,
Tun Sun Un Asbubanob Coy of
Canada,
Tiik DominiofBuildinu and Loan
Ahsociation.
Ai'I'iiaihkii win thk Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy,
NOTICE.
To W, H. Norris, Esq., Cernld T. HodRSon,
Esq., and 'nines Kerr, Esq., Justices of
the Peace:
TAKK. NOTIOE Hint I Itilonil lo imply al Ilm
next silting nf llu* Uccrmlniruourl In lie holilcn
hv iuu fin" '-union uf tin* Ottovonsdivision of
Yalotllslrlct, forn Ironsfor i" ('rank it. Wood
mills. W. Nclsun nf Hie HcollSU 111...   lirlil liy
nu- in a ■!! Biiirltuoui) iiiiiI fei-iii.-iiii-il liquors liy
niilii ilium ihe in-outisoi!knnttn ua ihe Plnnoor
Iinl.-I. aiiimii- un Ids HI uml «, hlock «, in lho
t'ili of Greenwood,Brillsh Columbia,
Ki.HKHT W'l'STKUi,
Hvlii-iiii.)i'iii:yiii(iii'I..I. W.Nolson,
H.i'iial ul UfttemvoM Qty, B. C. lllh .Nov., till.
Finding all cash, time and
trouble and furnishing the
Stock read)' for Mrrket,
and are willing to take
our pay in stocks. Treasury Stock   Listed   East.
Kin' Piirlher Particulars
Apply In
L. C. DILLRIAN,
Banker, Spokane.
THE  NATIONAL
MATTE_SMELTER.
A PRACTICAL AM) SIMPLE METHOD
nf inattingRiilpliiilo ores, Budiiw ulckol,
riilipi'i*, gnld mitl silver hits. In loculitiofl
ivIicit, Umil orcii nud fuel.** arc sratrci' iiiul ot-
nnisi uiiiitltiiniiiilc, um [ivrilir. wai oi* jacketed
MalloSmoltor Iim been recognized wiih liiglily
witlaftiqtpry iTKults.aud Ims boen Uiorouglily
toBted nn various pvi-iiic, B'ulphidc and ftrsunldo
(ires, iii I'liiuicily nf i In MI Inns uf nre per iliij-,
Il Ib tho mosl pracrie-ftl, cheapest and shnplo-Rl
tut'l luui of gold iind silver oro matting nnd uoii*
centrathig tlml is ktiowu to-:lay.
li rctuurofl an extraordinary skill, nn lead
ores, nn lltixing material, and nu fuel if nnv
kind fur the sniclioi* aftir il i- started. Tlie
sulphur hi lho ore Is lis natural fuel unly, and
its cost lius no comparison wiih any other pro*
W'v arc prepared |.u fitrnisli any size orca*
paeiiy plum complete in uiihstanUal mlnlna
i)Coplo,fiot il up and funiUli ourmoii In run il.
tor thorn mi easy paymonls, Prlcos and Bpeotfl*
ciltlotiB fiirnisheil willi references and lusti-
lnoliiala ell application.
National Ore & Reduction Go.
5720 Choltonlmm Avenue, St. UuIb.Mo.
Manufacturers of Furnaees
-KOU—
Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver aud Lead
■-1.V1 OKES.
ttxriiMXittXi,s
Should carefully consider
the cost of material, and
by figuring, find out that
all kinds of
Rough •:■ and Drossod:-: Lumber,
Siiinples, - Wis, ■ Etc.,
can be purchased at the
Grand Forks Sawmill,
CHEAPER THAN
ANYWHERE ELSE.
♦♦♦♦
l-X-X-XXXXiX-XXXXXXit/lXiXiXXtlll
! $1 FIREWOOD $1 i
i per load. 1
1 Xt'Jixxxxx.x'xxx<tsVstrttf;ir.th   -el
G. K. Simpson, Prop.
Is one of a lentil.if eight henil
lii'lunglng In Slinser lirus.,lhe
Biislllng Fri'itrlitt-rs, llml
helped   tu  luui  the tliruiuh linn  li.iiilii,
ttl.tm p.nillila. FlII'B.l, [l.-iseoll, lhe railillll.l-
nhleliii-jjnin ilispetts-r ut' general-uieivlinii*
(lis:-, llirnes., S.ulilles. elc., nl Oilrflill!, II. 0.
My sturk i.s cinnplele indetuiliintlri-pleti* ami
vnrii-u in Suits uf ('lutliinx, Geiitleuicn'-i nml
Lu lies' l'unl tvenr, Dry (J.nils, Mullniia, elc.   My jri- leery supplies are auillaiunl.
In salisfy lhe tvnnls of tlle entire Kellle Itit'er enllay.   My slock nf Millers'
Supplies is just tvhiil is tfnuteil liy llie Pi-nspertuiw ..nil Miners,    I liln sellintf
al Spukane SPOT CASH Prices, I'reiulu only aililetl (ilnly lliroivn iu).   Otiuie
nml interrogatt. ine.
ED. DRISCOLL, CARSON, B. C
VERNON gPRING RREWERY
TEBirOS,   B,   O.
JOHN HAVERTY & GO.
3E*x-oi>37ie-tior*c-*s,
This large and well equipped  brewery has been re-opened
under new management and will supply
Beep, JLJlg *ra,n.d Portei?
Of unsurpassed quality and at prices which  will  be found
satisfactory to the public.
Special Attention Given to Orders from tlie Boundapy Creek Country
k NACONDA HOTEL
♦ «     ,
♦   ♦
.*-*.
ANACONDA,  B.  C.
Visilurs I., llie Boundary Oreek Mining Camps, Stop nt the Anncondu
Good Table  -  Good Beds  -  Good Liquors  -  Good Stabling
N. Tholl, Proprietor
1). MeDUFK
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Ulnils .)( Wnrk H-trentcd to Ilm Siitif.
fnctit.li uf Custunier.-.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers ol
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving- the Nursery
NOTICK is hereby uiveii that unplicaliuu
will t;c made to ihe LegbJlntive Ashoiuljly
ut llie iTuviuce uf JtrltUih ColiimUii1. ut its next
BOUioii fur an net inciirpui'iilinifueuinpimy wiilt
puwor lo censii'uei. uiierutu und iiiuintuin
electric power utid light siuti-jiit. and a system
ot electric power aim elcotrie ligtit plants at
tliel'olluwini' <itilUoU8, \W..:
(u) riuniu convenient point uhuut three hundred yiiftis ubove i lie upper fulU ou thul part of
the Kootenay river Known m. tlie St. Agn'eH
Kullr*, uf Kooteuay river; also tu take, une and
divert frum llie snid Ivunteuny river af said
point 80 much of ihe waters thereuf as may be
uoeoBBiiry lu ulituin tberefruin two Ihonsand
j'i.lKKI) hurse power.
(h| At Moine convenient point on tlio soiiili
hide uf Kuulenay river, abuut one hundred
yards abovo I he point where lho (Juluuibia and
Kuulenay railway crusnes tliu Kuuteiiay river:
alsu io lake, use and divert from llio said
Kootenay river ul snid point su mtiuh of tho
waters Uiemif as may bu uoceriitary lo obtain
I wo 1 huiiKuiid (2.WW liorw puwer.
(e) At some convenient puinl on the norlh
bank ot vturphy ereek, anoiit one hundred
yards (join tho point where the Murphy crook
■.turisland trail eruhSCK Murphy ereek t also lo
tuke, use and diverl from the mid Murphy
ereek al said point *■ much of lliu walent
lliu leu t as may be neeessary to obtain throo
ihuiisuiid (8.0JUJ hurse power'
All uf wliieli ubove pulnts ar) within the
W'chI Ilivision uf KuoUniuy Dlsiiict.,
Willi puwer to mm all of suid water power
or any portion thereof from any of said pointtt
[or thegoiiorntltigof olootrlcity lo be usedusa
motive power for proiiulliiiK, driving, hauling,
lining, pumping.cruHliimt:. smcltiiiK, drilling,
milling, and Ihu opemlloii of irninways una
the supplying of puwer for the operation of
mines and stationary maehlneiy and oleotrlo
Ii;;Iiiimk of cities, lowiiw, nmmulpnlities und
iiiiiiis und the supply of heat und for any other
purposes for which il may he applied or bo
required, with power to make rates und
cliai-gi's for lhe supply of said power, light and,
heal aud receive remuneration at sueh ml oh.
Wilh power lo the applicants to construct
and muluiulu buildings, erections, weirs, dams,
rucewujs, viaducts, iramways, or othor necessary works connected therewith for utilizing
uud Improving and iucrcusing lhe water privileges ami also lo enter upon aud expropriate
lands fur siles fur puwer houses, slutfons and
necessary tramway Hues and Hiibways in connection with lho said wurks and right of way
fur carrying llie electric current underground
or overhead and to erect, lay, construct,
and maintain all neeessury works, bridgen,
pities, poles, cables, wires structuvos und appliances necessary or proper for the generating
of elecliii-power and light, its iw uud transmitting uud supplying the same, with power
lo construcl telegraph line- uud telephone line?*
uver und along the rootcrttukew in transmitting
said powor, ight uud heat; with power tu
make rules aud collect «aiuo for tbo.use
thereof hy the public, and all mieU ulher
(lowersuu may bu necessary to fully and completely carry ou uud operate such worka.
The applicants to have the powor to parllcn*"
lurly Iruiismil and distribute the elocrtcpower,
light ami heat lu the towns uf Nelson, Itosslund,
Trail, Knslo. Suudon, New Dcuvor.1 Tlirco
Korkaand Nakusp. uud to such other cities,
towns aud municipalities a* may lie esiivblisncd>
in the said West imision of Kootenay District
and Vale District, uud particularly that portion
tlioroof drained hy the Keltle rivuv and ikmnd-
uvy eveuk. Willi power to the applicants to
engage in mining uiiemliuns and ocqutrit by
location or ut berwUe howsoever mining properties and claims uml work the suincuud utilize
the oleotrlo power geueruted uh afure-Aild in iiii
duiug, wilh power to purchase, aciiulro und
lake over by all requisite deeds uud assignments frum anv trustee fur tliu applicants any
property; rights, water privileges, and eusc-
mcntstuid milling claims ur leases iu-i|ulred b^
any trustee mi hcbalf of ihe applicants and that
the water privileges su acquired asufuresaid or
obtained by the applicants for wlm lever pur-
posomay nu consolidated where possible uml
may be held, utilized uud employed ill the
exercise ot all or any of lhe powers above set
forth. Willi power tu lhe upplieunls lo tako
and use frum ihe Kooteuuy river. Murphy
urook, kettlo river and Llouudary crcuk. und
tributaries tnoroof.al convenient points »uel»
furl he waU-r power us mny he necessary for
Lite aforesaid purpurea,
With powor io (he applicants to construct*
maintain and opnutc single ur double truck
i lum ways willi all necessary switches, side
tracks and tiun out Bjpttle» ailiu wires, uud ull
other requisite appliances ami powers in eon-
ncclmu i herewith ii pun and idong. the lands,
roads, sireotmiml bi'lugos eonnocllng llio towns
aboyosot(orlli uud within the radius uf ten
miles of uach of said towns and within the corporate limits of any uf sml towns overlne-
streets anil lirid ,csiliereof wilh lhe prlvilego
lo luiilil such lines of Iramways in sections and
from one town to another without, being
required to build the* other linen ttrid^wlHiln '
one or mure of the said lowimor munlcipalil ion
wishoitl lieing reipiivcil tu I mild iu ull i Iiu said
towns; wiih power to take, transport and carry
passdngors and freight thereon, und also with
power (o use in ibe running und upurulhm
thereof tho olecllie power lo bu generated as*
aforcsiiid, or aui'-h olhi'i' mollvo: itinvcr m
tlio applicants may sec 111. and vowor to com
struct telegraph and telephone lilies alung tho
ihu routes laken by lhe tiiiinway lines, with
lhe rigid to make, rates und collect 'same for
the use ihereof by lhe public. Willi power to
the applicants tu enter upun and oxprnpriute
lands ami lo opon ami break up Ihe.sull und ,
pavements ul' llie roads, slreeis, high ways und
bridges for tho purpose of laying pipes, rails ur
tracks, erecting pales ur for any other purposo
und for all wiwh powers ae may be iiecwnry to
fully and complotoly carry on the wurks aforesaid or any uf ihem. Wiih power toUicupplf-
eanls to uiake running urrangemuntKoranialga-
inalu with any company having siinihu*. powers
ur willi on ur mure ufihe |iowers herein applied fur. and with power lo acquire by pur-
cliase or otherwise any privilege held by any
pei'soii or persons, corporation or corporations,
ofbciiolll or advantage in the carrying un of
tho aforesaid works and operate the husincss of
any such person or pojfiflliS. curporutiou or cor-
puralions, or utillto the said privileges in the
carrying oh of tho aforesaid works nnd for alt
Bitch powor as may ho itootsgnry to fully uml
completely carry oi\ojk1 opomto all or any of
tho a foresaid works.
Hated at the t'itv of Victoria, thin filth day nt
November, A. IMbQQ.
AUi'Ull,hit's. WOOTON & lUHNAUI),
So it'iturs fur tho Applicants.
NOTICE.
Sittings of the hlcenBhigOoitrt tort lie Oitoyoos
nun Kottlo Rivor ilivisiiiiis ot Ynle tllstrlct,
ttill lie held iltOitiiyiinn nml Mllltvny, on 1110
(ill..Iny of Iliiet-nilim*, 181ft
0. A. li. LAMBLY.
Ojpyoon, 11.1!.. Nov. I-i, 1800.
CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION
—III,' A—
FOBBION  OOKFAirr,
Companies' Act, Part IV, and Amending Acts
SPOKANE
I'. < i, Box 582.
PAL LS.,
Wiii-sliiiiyloii
The Golden Gate Hotel
KAinVIEW, H. C,
T. XSllio-t   -   -  -   IBa?oi>x»ie,to3P'.
GOOD AOOOMMODATION,  GOOD STABLING,
Stopping Place for Stages to and from Penticton and Oro, Wash,
Eastern Star Gold Mining; Company
(fOKElO.N,}
Registored tho with Day July, 189G.
T IIKIIKHT OKRTIFY llml I Imve this day
1 registered the " Moslem star (Iold MiniiiK
Coinpail)' iKoruignl, under thu •'t'umpanlcs'
Ad. l'nrl Iv, "HcKlslrallnn uf Koreign Com-
lianies,'and ninunilliiK Acls,
The head olllco of lint said Company Is situ,
uled ul Ihe City of Spokane, in (he Statu ot
Washington, I'.S. A.
'I'iiuobje-ts for winch the I'ninpany is established are ; To buy. sell, own, lease, prospect
fur. oqtilp \w\ operate mines aud mineral
claims of iron, ifold, sliver, cupper an.l ulher
preeluus inelals, and days and minerals having
a commercial value, lu tho territory of tho
I'll.ted Sialt-sand of the Province Of British
Cilumbia, Canada; to buy, own, sell, lease and
up"i*aie mills, eoneeiiimlors.sinellersand other
machinery and upparut us fur ooncoid rat ing and
(routing ores and minerals, and also to buy,
own, sell, lease, develop and operate water
rights, ditches, llnimis and waterways necessary or proper for the working ofllie same; (q
buy, own, sell, loanqhud operate all Iminwnys,
railroads, rights of way and oilier menus of
conveyance and communication tn and from
any and all prtiporllea which may be owned or
loused by said Company i tu do geucrtuly a'l
inallers and tiling wliieli may bo necessary or
proper for tho cbmplete enjoyment or use of
llie powers herein sel forth.and furtheconduct
of a general mining business,
Tin* capital stock uf lhe sahl Compuny Is livo
hundred Ihuusand dollnrs, divided into Iiei
hundred lliousttlid, shares uf (he par value uf
one dollar each.
'liven iind i- in\ hand and seal of otllce at
Vlotorla, Provinco uf llrlttsli Columbia, this
IKllhdayof .Inly, 18,11.
S, Y. WODTTON,
Rflglsthir uf .lolul fltodiCompniiioiV LOCAL ANO DISTRICT.
The Odd ;Fnllow8 of (laison intend
-dying it hall and supper nn Christmas
Eve.
Mr. James Monaglian arrived trniii
Spukane und passed up tu Oamp Mc-
Kinney on Wednesday last.
in the report of lhe opening of the
Midway hotel last week, instead of 40
it should have rend (10 rouples were
present.
Mr. G. B. MfAuley, secretary of the
Cariboo Miuiiii* Co, in roiiipany'willi
Mr. Ciiwen of Spokane, has heen a
visitor in Midway the pasl. few days.
Tenders are being called for in connection' with thu building of lho Midway. Irrigation system, and therefore
Home proof is fniiht-niuitigof the Intention of tlm Townsite company to carry
nut this much-needed service in the
early spring.
Mr. (!, F. ('iistcraon of Vernon puid
n visit to lhe district tin- past week,
having, come, down on Wednesday's
least un association might In-formed
Ihe ohjecl of which should he (he advancement of tha general interests of
the community. Before resuming his
seat, ihe chairman exhorted those
piesenl to a free expri-si-iiui of opinion
wilh regard to the suliject unilei consideration.
.Many g I suggestions were made
l.y those who look up the discus-tint),
among ivhum were Messrs. Sansoin,
Holl.rook, Galloway, Sinutlcs, Worgail
uut] others, hut llu* general consensus
of opinion seemed to lie (hut, the question of the foriiiiilinn uf a liunnl of
trade wus une l nut required a more
mill ure consideration, and Ihul. for the
presenl it would hi- ndvisuhle tu cm-
line themselves tn tin- foruiuliim uf au
association, uut nl' Wbich at snme
future date u Imaril uf liuile might In*
evolved, Quite a liltle discussion then
look pluce us lu the selection ut' n
suitable mime forth..association, which
eventually elided hy a ri'sulutluii lieing
put tn the meeting hy Mr. I). A. Hoi'
lirutik, thai, the title In- llie Boundary
nlugi*. Asagenl for ihcl'liienix Fire III- Cieek Mining und Uoiuuierclal nssoclii
uuronce company, Mr. Oosterton
adjusted llie cluim in conned inn with
the recent fire ut the Greenwood hospital.
Mr. R. L. Cawston passed through
town with a large drive of beet cattle
during the past week bound fnr Ilnssland. This drive will have to lie taken
uriiiiiul hy way uf Northport as lhe
llewdiiey trail is nnw iiupassihle tu
sliM-k. iniill pnihahility this will he
(he lust drive nf the season.
The many friends of Mr, G, T. lluilg-
son of Greenwood City were sorry to
■say adieu on Friday fiisl.'on the occasion of his leaving for England, They
were pleased hntvever In hn assured
(hat his visit to tlie old country ivnulil
not lie a protract td one, and that he
would return again in the spring,
After spending a few davs in the
district, during which he look occasion
to examine several properties iu different localities, Mr. S. S. Fowler, con-
suiting engineer nf the London and
llriiish (liilumliiii Gold Fieldscuui-miiy,
pissed uut to lhe Kootenay via Marcus
on Wednesday last.
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MINING   NOTBS.
ll is iiporlitl on good authority thnt
work will again lie i-esUUied on the
Sleiiiwiiider claim in Green wood cninp
ul.nit llu* 1st if January.
A ru: is iRinil  la 111' e'lfii'l thut
■milk is iii l«. i..-.nail plml-l ly till tlle
(iijlilU)i(ljicliiiiu in Orei'i'iiViiiiil t-uiiip,
Inil irlii-lher -in li i.- Ml.- Iv It. he lhe
'-.im- ive ,ii mil in a |ia-'ii. a I., suy.
'liic Boundary Ciwk Mining und
Milling ctiitipiiny hnvc wivt-ral men ut
unrk am their |irus|ii-iis, tinder Ihe
nhle direction of Mr. Uiilhitnik. As
soon us iiccoiuinoiliiliiiii Is inmiil.tl, it
In.-gi- I'uii.. of mi'ii ttill lie employed.
Mr. \V, T, 8.uiih, hilling just, returned front Spokane, brings (he
cheering news llial. the llepublic Mining ciiinpiuy, with which In- is interested,-intends tu start wurk ou 'he
Non Such, Last Chalice .ind Republic
linn.    This  resolution  was scciuitlctl
aud was cm i it'll unanimously,
The selection of ullloers uns then
proceeded wiih uud hy aiinaiiiiiious
yote, Mr. R, Worn! tvus chosen president, Mr. Galloway, vlce-presldi..nl,iiud
Mr. Sansoin, Secretary, A committee
was lh.ni chosen whose duly il. shuuld
be In draft a consl ii ul ion and by-laws
for Ihc nssuciuiIon, after which,
feeling they bail laken one step for-
ward, III acu-nparalivesi'iisc, the meet -
iug iitljuuriii'd. Mr, II. Mortimer-
Liimb tided in thi' cupucily . f secie-
Inry fur the ineeling.
 ►•-.	
THE  KEENE CASE.
After un adjournment or two hud
been taken, pending ihe arrival of
witnesses, lbe preliminary hearing in
the above cuse tvus cuuiiuenced on
Friiluy afternoon at 11 o'clock, llle presiding magistrates lieing 0, A, II,
Lanibly, S. M,, li, Cawston, .1. P., uml
James Kerr, J. P.
Several witnesses were examined in
lllis case und ull eiinrmiiils amount of
evidence was compiled, However, the
court in ils Hulling claimed there wns
not a sullicieiii aiiiiiiint of evidence
before ll to wurriuil the licenced being
ciininiilt.cn fnr inurih'r, uud he was
Ihcrcfure set at liberty.
Before lenviug the court, rtioin, how-
ever, lie wns again iiriestctl, on n
ebiiigeof uianslaiighter, by Ounstiilile
Mcllyiiu, uiui u second picliiiiiuiiry
hearing wus itiiuiedlalely proceeded
.villi.
Uiinii this charge the courl com-
milled him to stand liis trill, but gave
the accused liis liberty on a i'l.lMJ
Iniiul—himself in (JI.IIIKI, unil Iwo sure-
tin
It.in ami  Mr. (i. H. McAuley furnished
Ilia sureties.
 4 . 4	
FIRE AT THE SCHOOL HOUSE.
TENDERS  WANTED.
;" We Submit to the
[Will of the Majority,"
TKNDKRS will be received by Ihc
undersigned until January 16lh, 1897,
for the cnnsi met inn of nn iiTi-guting
ditch uml flume from Boundary creek
to Midway Hut.
Plnnsatitl specifications cunheseen
nt I he office nf ih.- Mitliniv Company.
Midway, B. 0„ mill Ihc office of (I F.
Oosterton, Vernon, I). (I.
The lowest or any lender nnl necessarily accepted,
A. K. STUART,
Agent Midway Company, Ltd.
Midway, B.C., Dec. 5.181)11.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of   Improvements.
NOTICE.
Tub On.. Minkhal Claim, Situate in Cum
Tii.n, CIami-. is tiik Kk.ti.i: Itiviat Minimi
Division ok Yale Distbiot,
TAKK NOTICK tlml I. .inliii Douglas,free
ininer's rrrlllli'iilii N... mii:ih. Inlaw), sixty
ilnys fiuiii Mm iluin horoof, tu nniily in tho
Mining Rooonlor fnr n oorllllcato nf In.nrovo-
inriits. fm' tlm purposo iif iitiiiilnlng a Crown
grant nt tint tibovo claim.
Ami furlhor tako witlco Ihal notion, undor,
Motion II". must tm commonood boforo Hu.
issiiiuii-iiiif siirli riTiitli'iiiti of tniprovouionts,
liitn-il Mils mill ilnv ill Ootobor, INM.        i
NOTICE,
NOTIOE is IHillKIIY tilVEN Unit ii|ipli-
oatloil ..111 lminiiilr In Ilm I'lirliiuniiiit nl
Ciiiimlti nt tlm noxl srssion thereof, for nn net
tn Incorporate n oompAiiy t.. oonstruol uml
oporato n railway from u nninl ut nr near iho
Town nl Siiyivitnl In Dritlsli Ciiliuillilil. tliom-tt
oxtolidlng lliriniKli or mmr tlm tii.v.is nf Trail
nml Miiltvny In n Iiiiint mi (Ikiiminiin Laknnl
in-linn-Um tiiim nf t'ontloton, ill Clio Distrtols
of Wesl Knoiiiiiiiy uml Knst. Vnloi with power
to luiilil, ncnulro, mitintiiiii uml oporaio steam
ntnl othor vessels In In: liseil iu I'liiiiierlloil ivilh
tlie said railway, also to purchase anil use wnler
to io- lift in. ofcotrical powor nml losellituil
lease sueli power.
Dnteil nl Troll, llrilisii Coluhibln, llli Xn v., 18911.
McCUIJ, & HAMILTON.
s.iliriiiii'.a for Apiilieitnts.
Certificate of the Registration
roREIGHV    OOMT*A.N"V.
Companies' Aot, Part IV, and Amending Acts
Tim Cabiboo Mining, Milunu and Smbltino
COMl-ANY (KoillilUNl.
Registered the 23rd Day of November, 1896.
On Thursday hist a disastrous lire
occurred nt (be school house ou the
Okntiiignii, whi'ieby the Indian reservation school mid nl her surrounding
claims with the beginning uf Ihe new I hulldlngs were totally destroyed.   The
year.
Twu men nre at, work doing assessment ou the B.C. Central, a claim
owned liy Mr. J. McNicol and located
us au extension to lbe Morrison claim
in Detidivood camp. Then* is a gtmd
promising surface showing on Ibis
claiiu, aud development is expected to
break int.. the same vein of ore its
found iu (he Moirisoii.
On. is lieing sacked un Ihe Sleiiiwiiider claim in Greenwood camp,
which will be shipped oul for the pur.
pose of a mill or smelter tesl. When
work was slopped Ihe oilier day, it is
""||"IS ll ^e Irirt showed 12 feet of ^j^j^^^^
milid uit1, which  It is glveu Mil wu I-| 4
HvqtttKH  $10  per  ton   in  (fold.    The
T I1RUKBY CKRTIFR tlml [ Imvolhlfl
1 day u-tfislcrcil "The Caribw Mining
MllliugniidHiiiBltiiiff Corapnnr' (forolgn),undor
"Tliu Uoiiilnniiefl'Act, Port IV. " I te^M ration
nl' Kimilgli t'')iii])iiiiiis,' and iiiiicndiiiK acts.
Tho lioiid nffloo of Mio said company is situate I at tlm Cily uf Spokano Falls, .stuto of
VViishliijftoii, U.S. A.
Tlie'oGjocts for .vhloli tho company is wtab*
llshod aroi Ofmviiinjf mines mid mining claims
and roal property, wiih all tho nocossary water
rights theroto in tho torritoriesbf Wn-aniiigion
and [ilnlin in tho L/nilcd Slates of America,
aud also in ifritish Columbia, ami aUo for th
purposo of owning, controlling ami opomt|ii
all ne'cs.iiii'.v mills, smi-licrs and re In,-t'in
works within said localities fur the reduction
of any ami all ores Uiiitod or ustractod from
any inlnofl so acquired or workedbythoBaid
company within said respective jurisdictions;
and also lo work and reduce any and all oris in
any of said works owned or operated by wild
,. j company in any of said 1 iculiiics, and to in
ni $1,01X1 earn. Mr. .lames Mihmk* dnco bullion thorofram and soil and dlsp.jsoi
the same, ami to sell, transfer and disposei of
ami milling proporty or bullion therein, ami no
any air.l all things iiooossary In carry on a
gonoral mining, iml'liig and smoltlog business
williiu said rospocllre jurlsdiollous, and for
s m-li p'urposos among others to make, use and
construct Humes, ditches, Iramways, railways,
and rights of way noouaaary for tho full and
complete control of tho buMlicssutorcsitftl,
The capital stock of tlio said company is
eight hundred llinimand dollars, divided into
eight humlrod thousand shares of one dollar
each.
(Jiven under my hand and seal nf office nt
Victoria, Province of llrilisii Uolumbia, this
twenty third day of November, ono thousand
ein lit hundred and iiinetv-six.
a V, WUOTT0N
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
Greenwood City, R ('., Deo. 1. 18U0.
To the Miners, Prospectors and Residents Generally ok
Boundary Creek and the Kettle River Dibtrioti
Greeting.—We hep to cull your attention to tbe fuel that we
have recently opened a commercial establishment at Greenwood
City on Boundary creek, and having received lurge consign I lien t a of
pi M uls siiiiiiide for nil classes of customers, we fake lliis opportunity
of soliciting a share of public pal milage.
Included in our stock is everything n miner or prospector needs,
and our lines of family groceries and other goods will lie found
replete with every necessary. In connection with our other business
we are wholesale dealers in wines and liquors, a large slnek of
which, of different brands, we keep constantly on hit iul,
By conducting our affairs on good business principles, chief
ftmung which will be the wellfare of our pal ions, wilh a remuneration to ourselves consistent with Ihe service rendered, we hope to
win public favor.
Thanking you in anticipation for ihe same,
We beg to remain
Yours obediently,
The Greenwood City MHRO-VNTiMfl Co.
Are Established Patriotic
Facts. Bear this in mind
when iu need of
Clothing and Groceries.
You uill rave money. We*
are lhe leaden in Low
Prices, Ask your neighbors.
Tito White Front Store, t raonwood
OLSON&PHELAN
H. WRIGHT
Anaconda, B. C.
Repairing Neatly and PrainptlyDoao
Orders by singe alrlctly atleiuli-il In. AddroM
Ana 'Hilda Mciranllle Con 3tOf0.
RENDELL & CO.
GENERALS
^.MERCHANTS
Greenwood City and Boundary Falls, fi. C,
S. A. Ill k 03.
(Successors lu It. N. Tiiylorl
Chemists and Druggists
Vernon, B. C.
Ki't'li ii Kirsl-tlliii. .took nf
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
oilgtll of lhe fire we. have not. lieen
iilile lo nseertiiiii, Imt so thoroughly
uniitviires were ihe inmates of Lhe
sihool tiiken, that it was wilIt tlilli-
cnlly some eseaped ivilh their lives.
The si-hool is kept up hy the Indian
di-piiil inenl of lhe lini ted 8lates gov-
eminent, aiid a lurge nunilier of pit pi Its
are always in attendance there,
Have You a Cough or Cold?
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
JTRYJ
1..
VEBN9N,
B.C.
MAIL ORDERS.
sron-'iri: mix III.
tUiA
PADMORI5 St PEERS, Proprietors.
The Leading Hotel
In the Interiop.
Certificate of the Registration
FOREIGN   OOMPANT.
" Companies' Act," Part IV, anil Amending
Acts.
Tlio Silver Kin-; tiulil Mining Company
(rOIIKION.)
Registered the I ill It Day of September, 1896
ROCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OF ItOl'Ji CHKKK.
II.    JPIt.t.oi.atla-iiS-11,    TMCk*".
l-'ll-USr-l'l, \HM    ArCOMMIIIIATION    KI)H   OlKSTS.
GOOD STABLING
ita-Excolloill l-'iallillKtill Kottlo Itivor, a
!♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦>♦♦
In Bottles, 50c. and $1, at
Taylor's Pharmaey
Greenwood, B, 0,
properly is owned hy Me sis. Farrell
and Midgeon, the great smell er men.
A force of men have lieen put. to
•work un the Lewellnh elaiui iu (ireen-
woud cnmp, and they are now engaged in liuililing cabin**, preparatory
I'i atari ing Ihe sinking of a lifly-fool
shaft, The Lewellah wns recenlly
purchased liy the Brillsh Columbia
Gnlddelds Development, Exploration
and Investment company, and from
ils position among the olher cliiiins of
the cainp, is looked upun as an extremely promising properly. The
same company have also let a cuutl'iict
for 10 feel, of work! done,,., the j-,,,--,,,;,,-n o( ,„„"„,,„,„,Afl,,,.:;, hn-
Ivn Li'imi'ii, iiniilhiTiirnpiTlv in IK'iid* boon plciwoil n> mnk.*. itn.l does horoby innko,
tho following rognlat '■ ■
TUSSINE!
T HEREBY CKRTIFYItliat I havo this day,
1 rogistorc.il "'I'lm Silver King Hold jMinini,-;.
Uoitipniiy ' (Foreign), untler tbo "CompanioH i
Act. Pari IV, "iiogl.triit.lon of t-'oroign I'oin-
pnnlos. 'nml tiiuondfiig Acta.
Tho l.t'iui nillcc nf iho snid Company Is situ*
itli'ililt tlie t'ilj- iif Spokane, in llio IStato nf
Wasliingl 1.'. S, A.
Tlio iiiijoois for wiilclt tbo Compagy is eslab*
lisl.oil aro: To purchaso, bold, own, work ami
oporato minos of gold, Bilvor, lead, coppor and
othor motul*. and lo soil tbo samo; to buy anil
soil ores of buoIi niotals; to build, equip, own
anil operate nny mill, smeltor in- roduollon
works noootmar-' or convutiioiit tnsuoh IhihInoss;
anil to llnil onil In purchase nml own nny i-oal
I ostiitii or poi'soual property iicoessary or con*
! vonii-tii (horcfor; nnil to construot ami own
'any ivagun rimil, tramway, rnjlrnitil. oi* lolo-
Ijriiiili ur telephone lino necessary orcoiivoiitont j
for suoh businoss;suttl liusiniiss to bo cote!
I .linitoil oillior in tin- United States nr llrilisii
t'liliiinliin. in- bolli.
I   Tbo capital itook of llio suiil Company is
sovi-n bniiili-oil ntnl liny   ili..u-,iinl   iloilars,
ilil'i'lii I intoHUV0I] liait.lr al 1111:1 lllty lli.iaa.ii.il
' sliariis iif Ilia |i.ir villi,it nf mio dollar oiU'll.
Ijivon mull i- inv Iniiul unit Boal nf iillloo at.
Ills Iloniii* 'lit. I'oiiii'iiiiiit-liiii-oniin*, nnilor victoria, Pravlni f British Columbia, ilii.a
tbo iiiillinilly iiiinfoi'icil nn Iilm by snb-soolInn   |<ii|, ilm of Mtpiuinlior, IHtm
'     '        'i..s.| s. Y. (VOOTTON,.
wood camp whicli tlioy recently at',
quired, Mr,.I,(J. Hipwnf flrueiitvtiod.
City, will ililenil to tile .supervision of
the work ou behalf of the company,
—-—►♦+	
MEETINli  AT GREE0W00D.
On Thursday evening Inst a ilinjoril v
of the Business men of Greenwood
Olty asset„I.led nt the school house,
having been Invited to attend a meet,
ing having forils object tin- foi'iiiatl.ili
of a local board of trade. A large
number were present and the meet ing
having lieen called lo order, Mc. It.
Wood was elected lo the clmir. Iu explaining lin- obijtcl of the iiieeling the
chairman louclii'd upon llie necessity
for unilcd iiclion and co-operation
nulling lhe Inisiuess men of nol only
Greenwood Oily, l.t|l. lho whole district with repard to the inaiiy ipies-
tions lunching tin. M.'llfare of Ihe
mining nn.l commtrclnl inlerests of
Biiuuiliii'.v creek, anil suggesletl lhat
if it was not thought fcnsilile just at
present to form a board of I rude, at
lloiticii'iir nl".Iniiit. stnik L'ompanlos,
1 TiiaHllO Rolt'o Rlvor Mining Division nf
tlio Vnlo Kloi-tonil Districl lm oreniml n llonltli
Dlslrlcl under llio provisions of ilu- "llonltli
Aol. 1803,"
2 That Vt'lllliini (trnlmlil Mi-Myiin. llornrilor
nt Ml.lw.iy, In- tin' Local lloaril nf ll.-u.llli for
Uio said District.
A. (1AMPREU IIKDIUK.
Deputy t'lc-k, Ksooiillvo Council,
Court of Revision and Appeal.
llmli Crook lilt islnn of tho East lililliig
tif Vnlo District.
NOTICK Is horoby glvon Hint Courts nf Revision ami Appeal, undor tbe Assossmont
Aot nnd Amending Acts, will bo bold at tlio
following plneos on lliu dales iianicil below:
Osoyoos Tuesday, l.ilb December, 181*41
Midway Tbursiliiy, lilb llerainbor, 1800
Greenwood (Illy Fi-Wity. 18th Douoinber, 189(1
Al I'l.'i .ai o'clock in .lit forenoon,
[so.) FRANK MoOOWAN,
Court of Rovlslini nml Appeal.
Onvcmmonl (iftleo. Osoyoos, '21st Nov., isiki.
NOTICE.
NOTK'K in lioreby given Uml applicnlloii
will li< nni'lrt'i tlie logioliitlvoniaoiiililj'
of Um I'riniiiiiii uf UrllUli Ctolmiibln, m its
nextRofwlon, fur un aol InoornorntlnK tin* Co*
ontlo Wulor. Powor mul Uglit Uompany
lllnilti'ili, wiih powor in npproprlntoitiid uhoro
iimh'Ii water fr Doimriary crook, Kotllo river
flnrt tho North Fork o( Kotllo rlvor an tho company may aoo lit, for tho pUrpORD Of csliililisli-
in;n' wat it-works mul Blipplytng watorfor mining- doffloatlo. maiiufiiciurljig,ami diiht pnr*
piisi-s Id (In1 tnhabttanlB of ihc towtiBuea nf
Mlihvuy. Anaconda.'Groonwood, Qnitid Forks
and CaaoAila City in Vnlo dtotrlct, and to appropriate nnd use 150,000 miller's Inches of
wafor from Kottlo river, near Oascado City, for
tlin purposo of generating electricity fur the
su|i|.iy ni liL-lit. ilmi nn.l powor to tho inhabitants, cltlofl, toWns, iintn"«1 Ruioltore anil Irani-
ways within ivnuliiiri of if) miles from thewiid
townslto of (Inind Forks, und lo construct,
oreot uml main tain ull nocossary works, buildings, dams, racowayR. Humns. polos und croc-
tiops, lay pipes and stretch wires fur gonorat*
ini; iiiul supjih inn OlOctrlclty us itforrsulil, nnd
to color upon mm expropriate lund for lho pur-
posesof tbo company,and also lu construct,
maintain nml oporato tramway uml tele
phono syBtoms wltliju Mi<< suid rudins of li
miles, uml tu do nil other things necessary or
conducive to ilm attainment of tlm abovo
oliji'rts or any of them.
J)ntud nt Ihi! OltV Of Victoria, Ihc 10 dnv of
Novombor. A,n. istHi.
KlfANK HIOGINS,
8 Solicitor for Applicants,
GREENWOOD
CITY^-
Is theCentral Town.and Supply Point of the Boundary
Cleek Mining (lamps.   From Ibis New Town roads
lead to the
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lots are Selling Freely anil a    a Good Investment,
For Price of Lois and Olher Information, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood City, Bonnd'.ry Creek. II. ('.
Hamilton k Mcjillvray,
Proprietors	
West Hind "l \/
i,,.|,„,.,l Avi-oii...    VERNON,B.C.
•**">
White : Help: Oni v.
Klrsl-clwu III Kvery liospccl.
Every Comfort and ('niivetilebco.
Km; Una in inni from .ill Trains.
A Call Solid I oil.
<ti*
Stable :  in : (!or|r|ection
i:
Or Apply tt. Agents,
C. F. Costerton, Vernon,
c,
A. K. Stuart, V;i
Ii. KEYES, Prop,
(Innil Accommodation,
Best Mquoin and Uigurs,
Flwt-CliuiaHtahllng,
ARMSTRONG  B, C,
Ihalf way mm
M
KETTLE RIVER
GREENWOOD CITY
G. E. SEYMOUR & CO., PliOPS.
ITWKEN,
Situated ns tiik Main tto.n to Coi-pbh,
i.ii.tiitvnoi., SKviAiut, tiiiniiNwiiiin. i.iimi Terms: $1.50 to $?,50 per Day
I..tm: a.vii Otukii IIiiiasii.titY OliBBK OAMI'S,
Marcus and Boundary Creok Points
STRICTLY   FIRST-CLASS STAGE -STATION ami
UOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
Ooorgo Edwurdg - - Proprietor
•r. j. -w-xtite
FBOPBILTOK.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Different. Rtfine Lines,   No
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make GueBts Comfortable.
Strictly Firat-Clasn and Charges Moderate.
NTS
ei Brands Liquors and Cigars
Good Stabling.
PICK i- liana., idten Ilinl. sixlv ilnys
ftortlnlo, I iimaiil i„i,ii|ili In Un Chi f
Cninliii.-i.iiii.r iif Lnml  nml V, irksfi   :   nn!,-
sinn in |,nr..|iii«i. ilm following ilosorl -acl
nf Innil, -iiiiiiii- in iin1 southern imiii f 11,,-
Osniiins ilivision ofYalc llislricl,In tho Provinco
nf llilii-li I'liliiinliln: All Un- inn plod pin-.
i f tho west half nf sccllon 8. township (W,
nml nil il loccuploil portion ol the easl Imlf
nf sootlon 7. iniviisliiti GO, coulnttilnu Cliimros
i oorloss. I THOMPSON.
Mlilivay, Olobcr SI, i.-'.ni. ; ROSSUND'S great projects.       j    "People talk of drink us a cause nfl
decadence and crime; doubtless il is,
Tllm'is hil,R <"m" ll1""11 Bw»"- but poor, linil food  is as much and
land except the size of her l'c-1, an'l j „ft(.„ ||„. ,.,iuseof vice asslrongdrink.
any one desirous of heeoiulngpnssrssed if ,.,,„ fl,.,| ,, ,„.,„ ,,„ ,„„„._ |,,„nv
of a lillle real estate will Ibid thnt| eon'ke.l fond lie comes to believe thai.
FLOUR{f    -MFLOUR
ft
the foot will contain not a fraction
over 12 Inches, and if il is n front
fool il will lake not. a small sum to
heroine possessed of It, It Isa land of
lug  projects null large undertakings,
even his wife anil lhe good Lord, us
well as all tbe rest of the world, are
against him; and uothitin can bring
sweetness into liis experience,   Those
w—^^^^^^^^^^^mm^^,^^r      ■*'ho provide finds have much  to do
uud the most recent one is iu keepingl wit*, thu well-heingof tin*race. Where
with many others riinleiupliited.        ; V„M nll,i p0«iple huddled Into crowded
In many purls of lbe world Ihe
tuniiclliiig of a inoiiniaiii would ho
considered a big underliikiiig, tail not
liaiiainaila mul living on insufficient
tliet, (heir moral courage oozes out
easily, and they nre weak when the
soin  Kiistlin (I, iiiid lliiii-r.Ht* it .inn-1 sIi-,*.-."s of  leiup'liition   c s.   When
pany has been fnruied iiiid has already yolj |„d ,- limll lit. i..« ou good food
urlicles which gives I he piiweilo drive. ;ill(| |„.piithlug |>Ui t- fresh air, be is
aluuiiel Ihrnugh Ited iiioiiiilaiu, lite , w,elw||y „ ...„,, who Is good for some-
ohjecl of which is lo furnish aneasy thing hi evciy way,   People who work
""'I  expeditious   I.-I    fm  llu-  ore L, |a„.|Ul.j,.s uill i„.l   -.-.llllrigl** live on
fl' hl'  ninny  mines  whose veins isl ,.„„,,  titRlliiK  foods-  lhey  will 	
pi-nelriilelhe niniinluin aforesaid. The |„ly 8|rou^flavored hllcon• you call-
projectors arc.I. 1-'. .Mcl.iiiij-hlin, W.A. ,„,j M.|| Lht-iij utttle nun-id hllflcr or
i'.i.u|ilii.|| ami .1. .1. Mi.yniilian.   Tin- j,,;, j11(i (-hi---.*.
I'oiiipiiny propose starling theliinnul     '.Tliogovenii of(Jiinndii, reull'/,*
near lhe t.ntn nf llorsl |, und carry- iugthe dilHi-iillles tlml hiiiilerprlyute
ing it in a direct  line through the rolnu,Pf,.|„| enierprlse from providing
inoiintaiiilolh .poslto side,   It will; n„, ,„,,.as,„v colli storage accoiiiino-
lieiifusiilllcieiil size In acciill late dnllou, oil   rullwuvs   ami   Bloaiilslllps,
ii double track, on which an i-lectiic ,,„,.,, Al!,Ml, ,lm  „.■„,, „•■■ ■„..
railtvay plain will he operated.   From  ,.„„„. ,„-,,, j.,,,1 v ;l ,•„,•„ „f ,,,M „,„,..
lh""."'s l,f"' "'"" '" llietiinnul | ,|(,„ S1.ivi,,. ,•„,',,„; ,,,„„,. „•• ,„,,,,,.
level will he ahoul   1,600 leet, and the. „,,,,.,. ,,,„'„,.,,.■,. ,,,,  ,,,„.,,„
length of llu-  luiiuel  will   il I   to lhe consumers,   [loiiiisi-s are lo he
it.tm feci.   All liic ore IV  thedif- L|vt,n .,, |h„s„ „.,,„ ,,„„.,,,„ .„.,, „.
fcrenl claims will be brought out hy i,.    s|,„..11,,.   ,.„„,„„   .„   ,-,t.iU1!1.l j .K.
,llla   »«• wlllt'h   wil1 we  Ihe al   |,|il||s shi:ivill„ ,|„. oonsliiictlon  nml
*mwl" l ' "s "xpuiwe ..f liul-stlng ,„!.,(„„! „r ,u„llug Ihese ure supplied
""' ""   "'     *wi,uv"    Al",lhl''' I free l.y llie depart ( agilrulluie.
feature of the  project  will  he   thel Assi|j ,,. ,„ „, ,„, „,,,,,, ,,v ,,„, n„v.
dra «'• !||r'"' ■   A l">'lll|y »'" ll-' ernuieiil I'm■ ,-old slornge luilldings (or
ch,"'«" '"• '"''' 1"llldlt-'l'"l"lilis!fr„ii„i,s,uii,l,l,.,.,,,i,.,.,„f production.
* nldH'edeiioiighore .till puss over A„ ,,,.,„., .„,„,,„ ,„,,., ,„ mMWoM
""■l'"'" "i,k1, il il PU5'I»K l>''"l"'.-i-;, ectliui anil carriage of eggs in fresh-
thai for the venturesome conipiiny,      I M.IV(„(.(1,,, „„ ||11IM ,lw, ■■„,,„,,
***** Uniiuda lo tin. shops iu (item Britain,
M.  EMILE   DU   MARIAS. I,,  , .   , •       ■    ,    i    .       • I ,1
Uolil storiige tervice is io lie provided
„„ • r,      , - ,,   on rullways lending to lhe ocean ship-1
Ihe eminent   French engineer, M-1 .       .'
We have commenced the manufacture of Flour and are in
the liusiness to stay, and we now offer the following brands for
sale: Hungarian, X X X X, Strong Bakers and Superfine,
Also Bran, Shorts and Chopped-Feed,
Patronize Home Industry and keep the money in the district. Our flour has heen pronounced the superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, B. C.
We Handle Hardware and Hardware Only.
W. J. ARMSTRONG & CO,
Hardware, ■ Tinware ■ and ■ Stoves
ANACONDA, B. C.
Oiu*  Stock  of
Entile du Marias, who wus recent iy in
Rossland ote.looking the camp wilh
the oliji'd of reporting upon the sum
ping pmis mul. a  week i and cult) I
1 storage ehiimliers, ivilh the Ittlesl unit
liesl   liuicliiiiery  I'm1   uiechiiiilcnl  r
"" ","',',' "' ,"' "  ,' ', I I'rigei'ullon, are lo heprovldeiliui ocean I inX__
bn- the rrenchg.iveriiiiieiil.hiissliii'ted | .    ,      W3S~
fin-Cn ifni nia, and will not t el urn Io
Brillsh Columbia nniil Ihe spring, li
would he a |'il y if nny tiling should
happen tu prevent ,M .Marias froui returning, lm1'If nol lbe circiiiuslunci's
(hat Iluie called Iilm nway will he in
sleiiinships, i.i carry   hul-ler, puillry, I
j eggs, frull, u.i'.-ils uml clieesu in a safe
I condition ut low lilies of freight,   lly
such  iiic.-itis th.. gnvcrniucul
lakes to help Ihi. runners nf Ciilutdii li
- gel llieir pt-iiilitcls in llieir t-usloiiicrs
liiilish (loliiiulii.i's heiieHt, for in the
spring   lu-   will    ha   inoru   able  Id
in (Ileal ll.a ua
111.'   Ii.a-I   |
thoroughly examine the illshicls ruining under his til.s.* aval imi, as nothing I  ,    ,. ,
.... „ i.i-       ,• ' ttm highesl in
ill the shnpe of snow and olher llnpedi-    ,  ,
uieiits   will nhscurc  frnin  view  the
ciindltiuu, hoping thereby Hi
('iinailiiins   llie   class   nf
slide
■ure I'm
nl    Cllllslllllillg
liuii.i- who uru alile and ivllling In pat
pi ices for funds, of |
ilesome,   ultriiciive  ami superior
i       i.i    s .i              q.lulilv."
enormous mineral wealth of the conn- ■      >,,   —
try,   On bis return  be will visit lbe     when applying for crown grants for
Slocan, and will then lind bis way into mineral claims, request thai Hie same
Boundary   creek,   after   examining '"' utlverlised in  I'm*: Advance, the
which he .will  lake  in  lhe (Jiirihu.i
country
Crockery,  Glassware,  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Bellows, Anvils, Heating and Cook Stoves, VVoodi-nware, S-ish
and Doors, Paints nud Oils, hns been selected It. meet lhe
requirement*, of the country, and will be found most. coiiipl*tte,
Spe 3i£s,l-fcies
Jessop's Steel (mj' size}*, San Francisco  Powder,
i aps and Fuse; Miners' Ouilits.
iJ'o'blbixi.g*   SESlxo-p
An) order in the Tin or Inm Line uill secure our
Prompt ami Careful Alteuliou at a Ucustiiialile Figure,
ffl W, J, Armstrong k Co,, tlie Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaconda.
*\rifi   | '■   	
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
—   +
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
*      U1UUU        J. U11U**
M. F. P'OLGKH, PBOPBIBTOB.
B. G.
officially   rciaigiii/.i'il   paper   of   the
I district.
— 4.4       	
IRON  AND STEEL  PLANT.
NOTICE.
HOTEL
Weslern Mining World : A pnrtv of i T° W. H. Norris, Esq., Gerald T. Hodgson.
Esq., and .James Korr, Esq., Justices ol
the Peace:
(?) (|)        CEO. P. MIMS, Froprietor.
3TRICTLY piRST QLASS.
(§) JERMSS1-50 AND $2-00 PER DAY*
Good Accommodation and Moderate Charges.
No Chinese Help
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.  Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.  Saddle Horses a Specialty.
THE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First. Class Accommodation,  Good Stahllng,  Tennlmis of Stage Line
from Marcus, Washington.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
Mii'veyoi'S, uinli'i' ihc diicciiuii of .1. ,1, j
Grand Prairie Hotel
CARSON,  KETTLE  RIVER.   II. C.
*j*ifjj^ Livery, Feed and Sale StablesI
!.mi.,u%,hlt'L-i-^ «™>»i Forks, b. c, Below the Bridge. Isitoite io tlie Immediate Vicinity of the Boundary Creek Mines.
iStrS^^ t, mu    TltZ~u      nu«       1 ,.
and steel works at that, point, i uis-; ^i';;.L(;(!-|'l™.',; l™,!i,ii}iiM;\.,;i"l,,ili,'1.k''ll,,lie|      J ' , First-class accommodation for the Traveling Public.  StageLlnes
Hay. C^tn and Wood for Sale, j   to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
Teaming of All  Kinds  a Specialty.
I'ATTI'IIISIIN & STKIVAIIT.
llnleil at (Iraaniiiiiil Cily. II. L'.,0tll Nov., II.
NOTICE.
Iilirg parlies are said to he hacking the
enterprise, und hofore (he sunn flies!
next tvinler all Ilia rails used in thei
Western Slates nil n i dnuhl he made j
near Greul Fill's. ISverythlugfiii'lhe
economical op'ration of such a concern are exl rem.■!>■ handy, The power [
canheliadal.il very small cosl, audi
the iron and olher deposits necessary
are in close proximity.   Iiulm-itics rf\m^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_m
lliis eharacler wiil hrlng iihiutt ate-
vlval iu  the west Unit nothing else' Tl*« Osoyoos Vornon nntl Kettle River
could.   It will help retain within our       Mlnlns Divisions uf Vnlo District.
holders at least a portion of tin-vast
amount of money that now goes else-   \TOTtfK ia heroliy given that all placor
where.    Greul   Palls and immediate  iN   chilias legally liold In lib Osoyoos, Vor*
, ii | non and Kottle lilvor Mining Dlvlnlonsof Yalo
venule seems  lo   lie especially ne I           ..,       ,      ;,,,..       ,
1 • IMstrlol, aro laid ovor from llio 1st Novonibor,
mill pi ell In iiiniiiilui'l in iiig nt nil kinds.   i,s<id, ti, tlit* lsi.lunii.isti-.
>•< ISIgaodl     r. A. It. UMBliY,
HONTREAt  MEN   ARE   IN   THE   DEAL.
McLAREN BROS.
PROPRIETORS
FURNITURE!
linlil t'iililliii-.ainlii'r.
.lames !•'. Wnrdni'i', acting for n
Moniieal syndlciile, has closed a deal
wiih the ll'isslaiul Water and Llghl ',
company for their entire plain, franchises and lights. Mr, Wardner's
I'.uupaiiY ivill ai once slurl  the wink ,,     ^^a
1       ' PIIOVIM'IAI. Slll'llllTllIVS IIITIcr,
of laying  waler iiiiiins  llirough  Ihc 5lh Novotnlior lSOU,
siullh half ot Itiisslauil  townslle tllul     E-JIh Knnor >tio l.lciilomtiit-CIovoi'nor Iiiih boon
it ill also commence creel lug p ilrs uml   iiloni.nl lnuli|»iul William Umttiun MoMyini. I
,• Inue the  present   system of  in- of MW"iiy. Inquire.n.Dopuly of tho llcglstrar |
i,inilr-rani liglil Illg lliriillghoill llli
portion nf lhe low ti. Arc lighls »i
also he put in. Ilis drill Inclutles the
i lam.a for llle I'i nil d'Orellli! Uleclrlr
Trtiiisiiiissltui ciiiupniiy, uml eiirrles
ullli ll all existing eoul t acts for mul Ive
power from Ihe Illg mines nf the lluss-
land ciinip, Wurdner's conipiiny is
sl rung mul will push Ihis .hai lhrough
Willi Ihc ii .1 rapidity,
_____________________________________mm
CHEAPER   THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL, BROS,
TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED
-^-"U PHQ LSTERING-*	
ROSSLAND, B.C. VERNON, B. C,
THE FASHION
| /P. 5fl .E - Sj'/'.bLES
GREENWOOD CITY.
\..    ■. nn bind Good Single and  Dtiitblu Drive , Ladies!
i.ti.| i imitltjinen's d 'inle S t j lle i! rse's.    Pack
Horses for Hire;
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
./'lf^t«iW5«fi-,.*-ii-«^*«U,?:fc^
Good single and double drivers and saddle horses. Ladies'
I gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses.    Horses
fi*-f*'^r.rl-r***w»^",^»?TJ.»- Of**"***!****! I
COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
THE.
-. t\r.tsic\-_a^'-__tj*4.*_
j boarded by die week or month.    Box stalls If desired, Horses
[broken to harness, and horses and cattle sold on commission
MORAL FORCE OF  FOOPS  FROM CANADA.
Ill an iiei lain 111 The Flag, Professor
Uoherlson,   dairy   cnu -.- <r   for „,„,,.„„„,„, oniocMld
Oiinnda, in pari has lhe following to        Nov, uth, 1SD*.
say re Ilia relative position "I OiiiiikIii
N'ollco Is lioi'bliy given tlml a siding of llio I
r.iuiiiy Cuurt ol Yalo will bo hold class Livery Sfnhli
Al llliltva.v. Hnrcli    :,. ism.
At   till' lllllll'  iif   11   .1.'link   ill   Illl'   l-ila|| inn
Hy tiiiiiiiaiinil, IV. O, MoJIY.NN,
R. CO,
PIONEER-HOTEL
Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, li. C.
Wo have jusl opened ihe lihnve hnli'l nt Greenivniitl (Illy, and are prepared
, !ln ivelcoiuu guests nml provldo goad iiccoiiiiuudiilloii.  Good Cuterlug.   Firsl
I lealer in hay and grain ; wholesale and retail.   All kinds of
heavy teaming attended lo.   Corner Mission and Tronson sts
W. Gardner, Proprietor.
WOOD & WESTEL
PROPRIETORS.
:■■'   ft.]jft'ft''2.ri_
In Kiigliiiiil, uiih regard to ilia supply
ami ileinioiil for food products:
"Not alone from llhlllty lo supply
largo qtiuulilles of foods is famuli! lhe
most iui|io|.luui rolony nt Greul 13.L-
lalu, Inil she Is easily Hitil in llie possession of climatic ami soil conditions
uud resourct s whirll yieltl llieipialily
of fmids, nhle lo nuiirish und susluiii
the heal foriiiflof physical life,   Food
und climate modify if Ihoyd it de*
teriuine the roluisliifss, the forcefillness mid lie* haliiis of iinininlsandI OovornmontOlHco,OroyoOS,
people. I Sov. mil, 1890,
COUNTY COURT NOTICE
Nuii...■ Is hoi'oby nivonilial.il silting of tho
County.' 'I nf Yale ..'ill bo held
at Osnytins,JMiiroh 12, ;s;i7.
At-lliohotrofolevon o'clock In (lm furoanon.
fly i-inuiiiiinl,        ('. A. II. l.AHIII.Y,
tt. (I.C.
SAWMILL
KELOWNA, B. C,
Vmi cnn now purchiwo rcdar [wtio! ilunr«, bountifully mndo nnl flu lulled; whitlow miftli,
IntliH, Mhtngfoii nml nil ol her kinds nf houn fiirnlshltijta. nt tlio Olcnnagrtii Sawmill. Iloitgli nnd
(liT^cd Ittm-bor cunsiiinllv on lunitl. OnleiS) from Kottlo. Itivor difltriot wllcltod ami prices
furnlsliod upun nppltcAllnti to
N\ h, -SihIi nnil i inni'.*; m I'niwi-iVicotJ, withSIIb'lit Advaiiw to (WVWOTSt of freight.
tt. x.jBQ-crxAxx:, fxlof.
O. B. & P. B. NELSON
reservation"trading cot
I'arsoii, H. la, and licservalion Store, Nelson, Wash.
General .7 Merchandise
Anil Miners' Outfits of nil descriptions.  Our stork is large
mid complete and we helieve yon will tlml
Our Prices an Object
If you wish to save money.  Give us an early call.  Fair
and square dealing is our motto,

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