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 THE  ADVAN-Jti.
*Avf n jL-£r
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7
Vol. VI, No. lf-l
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY. FEBRUARY^ 1897.
$2,00 per Year.
D W. JAKES, M.11..C.M.
HY AIM'OINTMKNT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE     :     :     :     BOUNDARY FALLS.
QCRALD WILLIAMS, M. D, C Ml,
VKItNON, n.c.
IjATK uk
St. Thomas Hospital,
Loniion, Kno.
QR. OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C,
Graduate of McGill University
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Yale.
T   P. McLEOD.
Bahmbtmi, Solicitor, Etc.
Anaconda, ll. C.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLIOITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C
NOTABY PUBLIC, ETC,
Vkiinon, B. 0,
J    K. JOHNSON,
Law and Collecting Agency. I
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   NotiryPublic.
GBANU  FORKS   ....   B. C.
pOHBES M. KEHBY, P.L.S.
A.M.O.8.O.E.,
ENGINEER  AND SURVEYOR.
Notary Ftieuc. Miiiway, B, ('.
QHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKHNON, 11. C
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYEM,, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division,
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.
'writing to the Canadian Miner upnu
1 tile subject of mining in  British Ok
Record of Mineral Locations for the Week t, . . .      ,      .
.... .on. | luinliiii, lu part expressed llle following
views:
ESTABLISHED
1670.
AND
WHOLESALE
Retail Dealers in dry
Ending January 30, 1897.
JANUARY 26.
Irun Crown, Grand Forks, tl. E. Mc-
Carter and W. J. Ruse.
Johannesburg, Skylark camp, A. S.
Black.
Smelter,  Hardy mountain, A.  0,
Siillnii.
Iron  Ore,   Hardy  Mountain, A. C
Sutton,
jasu.miy 27.
Onnislnek (fractional), Skylark cuuip,
|U. Uiiiier.
____^_t____mm    ii JANUARY 28.
goods,  boots and   shoes,]   Leeton,Post) creek, J. fl, Feathei^
groceries and provisions, 1 si one.
wines, liquors and cigars, i .ianuauy 2i).
■W^HB |    Ibex, Central camp..I, VV. Nelson,
JANUARY till
lliriildn, Priur creek. H, Hiimlles,
Pair i'lny, Grand Kinks,,I. II. Ash-
Held and A. I. tiugers.
l-KK't'Il-'ICATl-: llH WllltK.
BANUARY 211
"With regard tn lhe future it dues'
nnl require a prophet nor the sun nf n
prophet   In   forecast   llie   inevitable.
"Taken map. see the trend of tilt*
iiiniiiitaios fnnn Mexico through New
Mexico, California, Colorado, Nevada,
Utah, Wyoming. Iili.hu and Montana
ini.. British Columbia, where we have
a length nf llie snuie mountain ranges-
equal to or greater tliun that already
alluded in. Then turn In Ihc slittislics*
nf the nlllpuls nf the allnvc ..It'll,ioned
stales, leaving nut Mexico, aud we will
llml Ihul the silver, |*nld and cnppei'
.nilpul hns been frum a hundred and a
ipntrlcr millions lu a hundred ami u
luuf miHImm of dnllars per milium,
fsiuk again at the geuloglcnl map of
Ihc 111., count lies, such us llie Hitch*
enck   map,  Issued hy  the Americnn
^^^^^ I Insliintiiiii of Minimi' Eltgilieers, anil
BANUARY IM. |twi|| |,,. seiuilhul lliere is aluiosl per-
Gold Drop, A. V. Anderson an.l C. .1, f(l(.( gvl,\„^m] 9|IM||,„iiv bei «•,.,.,, n„
"•airett. tnunntaln areas In niiestlni..
JANUARY IHI. ' . .,,,.
IOTEL PENTICTON
Haywood & Leonard, Penticton, B. C.
Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake
Paid   to   Mail   Orders.
Nothing but reliable goods
kept on hand.. !
A.  VCXtXA-X.   80I.IOITBD,
Hudson's Bay Co, Vcrooo, B.
Stage Conneetions at Penticton
Willi Steamer Aberdeen fui Fairview, Osoyoos, and Ornville, Wash. Alsu
Camp McKilmey. ltock Creek, Midway, Boundary Falls, Anaciinda, Grtenwuud
City, Ciirson, Grand Furks and points in Washington.
X>   O.  Boac.  84.
ED.A.HAIN
MIDWAY, B. C.
Snuw Biid, Uliu Clark
Mtither's Buy, P. A. Wllliamsnn,
TRANSI'ERS,
JANUARY 'Mi.
Agnes, i interesl, A. 11 n mill on lu A.
I., lingers.
Hnme linn,  >, inleiest,.), Hamilton
Id A. I.. Rtigers,
Slat-  West, .J interest .1.  Hamilton
to A. Ij. Hogers.
Gnld Drop, i inleiest, C. .T. (iafr.'lt
uud A. V. Aiutersiiii In A. lOrickson.
JANUARY 28.
Hidden Parcel, all interest,.). P. Uilliin to I'i. Meyers.
Arlou, all inleiesl, 0. Uiiiier in VV,
B. I'm.ni.
I    Flowery blind, all  inleiest, (i. Ed-
I wnrils In 11. l(, Ceieiiger,
J   Muggins, all interest, II. Allenherg
to Ihe liiieruaiiiinal (luld Mining conipiiny,
Ample Accoinnioilation for Hunting Parties.   Guides Furnished
Good Boating and Fishing.
The Postoffiee Bookstore
VERNON - SAWMILL
SMITH k McLEOD, Piiopuietorr
  .    Sash, Doors. Mouldings, Turnings, etc. All kinds of fanctory
BOUNDARY EALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.   ^ ^ jn ^ ^ ^ *.„   Q^     Q^,   Ced;lr workd
o. a.8i.«ss,m.a.      H.A.o,.,«,M. a. ilUo Furnishings a Specialty. All kinds of Lumber, Lath and
-jUhob DnUo.        Shingles kept in stock.    Best material always in stock
Chemists and Assayers
Crockery Glassware.
Toys, Fancy Goods,
Marked Down to 53
Per Cent. Below Cost
This Is No Josh.
mountain areas in i|iii'Slinti,
"The niiiHTitl dcvflnp.ni*ni in Brit-*
Uli I'oliiiii-iiu, in Itii'sc niiMinlaiii
iMii^f*., very nal in ally ['uiihiiimh'ihI in
tlle si null, whf iv il It'll nil in Montana,
a stale proiliuiim ftnilll HO lu •V) million
dollars a year fnnn ln*r gnld, .silver
and eo|ipei- alinie. The -.vhifle inilf-inf
of thi1 Dominion nf Canada has lieeir
from 1(1 lo Jl millions nf dollars a year,
and at ilhniHir is hanlly needed lo see
I dial an eiiormons gup exists whirl)
1 should le^ilimately lie tilled, when il i»
L'onsiilend Ihul the United States lia**
h. en producing npwaids nf six hiitul-
icil millions uf dollars per aiimnn from
her iniin nils, and when the one adjacent stale meiiiioiied almost  liuhlett
onr whole nntpnl."
  m	
CLOSER  TRADE   RELATIONS.
Tlieie comes from Canada a demand
for  closer  Iradc  i-elmions   wiih   lhe
HIV.
t:i,iT,ii„i,.r,.s,,.i.(i.(ir,,.„„,\v. .i.j ;;;,„;.;*'»;„;„; -,, WIMi;d ,,„ ,„,„,
I crest nf Iinl It ii,*,iii|.*s if thev ennld be
l,iiiU'l'-at.U-Allesto,I.|m ,, ,.,„„, .(.-l||y ,(< ,„„. |1(,np|„_
What we wiiul   is nnl  a reciprocity
treaty tail a ",-illv'ci'ln.   It  wuilld Iiu
Tliiiriuiirlilj fiiiiiiliui' .villi Fairview and
l.iii]iiiliii'.v Creek Mineral l*roiie.'Ucs. Properdin Kxainilii'il. Assuya ami Analyses (if Ores.
Fuels, Klia
Call and be Convinced.
Sawmill on Okanaoan Lake, Handy to Shipment.  Sash and Pntm
Factor,! iin (I. P. It., Vernon.
Have You a Cough or   Cold?
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
JTRYj
■I row AY, B.C.
orkknwouii, n. c.
M. II.1RHETT. 0. T. IIUD08ON
BOT7NDA.BY   (IRKIKK
Engineering and Assaying Go.
(I reei.wood City, B. 0.
Assaying and Analyses of Ore^
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough Acquaintance will, the Kettlo
„,ver and no-aniUry (.reek MI.I.I-      - GreenWOod.
(li«trlct«. ______—_,'  , ,,
Arrives Marcus..,.
W. nAIiltYMPliK
GeuovEll     Blacluinilth
FAIRVIEW, B.C.
Ml  Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Specialty,
ustatiijIkh hid 1883.
MAINLAND NURSERY COMPANY
"JtmiLKIO FARM,"
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
■%**»»sw*M*^-i^r*******»»,
Our  Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
'Irees Free from Pests.
FKUIT   AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,  PLANTS  AND VINES.
Send for Free Catalogue.   |   E. Hutciikkson, Manager.
MARCUSandMIDWAY
ST-A.O-3E!   ImITSXS
.eaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i p, m
 Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 r. M
 Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Itussine!
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦
In Bottles, 50c. and $1, at
Taylor's Pharmacy
GllBKNWOOIl, B. 0.
Haiti
irun lint      ^^^^^^^
(Hark,
IJniiui, J interest, It. Alius In '.Clark
OeiitrilOity, 1 interesl,  N.  Lmseii
in r. Bennett,
IjiiiiiIiiii, nil interest, Olfn Dillier In
(.!, W. Cullain.
.iani'.miv 29.
Dexter, !, inleresi, p. W. Feleli lull.
Whin*.
JANUARY 1.0.
('allium Hull, |, inleresi, 0,(Iiililen li
It. I). Mill-kill.
('.1 iiiiiiii Uill,1, interesl.,I. W.Spauld
illg In \V. C. VVilliinns.
 4,4	
A  WARNING TO  INVESTORS.
Minority Stockholders Receive Scant Justice
In Washington Companies.
The sale nf lhe War Eagle conipiiny
ilinuld be an object  li-ssnn tn investors
lin tlie shares of mining companies organ in-ed uniler the laws uf the State iif
Washington,  Tlie Wai- Bugle mine Is
situate near Busslaud, in lllis prnviiu
IVell f.ir liulh cnlllllries if llle Cll'toill.-.
bll'l'ier bellleen   lllail   .lllllll   III' ll.il..'
,i«ny wilh entiiely.   A cusloius larlll
LclWeell (JltUlldll Ullli the I'llited Stales
is eciinniiiically its iudefeucelnSS
.is wnnlil lie ii linlil' u.,11 lie*
l.ween Ihi. Stales nf IVniisylvnniii
ami New Ynrk. Neither people needs
prtilectiuli  against llu- ulher.    Iinl I.
|ii..i|.les   uccupy   Ihe   salui inn,ntc
planet neit Ii.a |ienpli jnys uuy in I ill*
tut iitlvitlltuge nver lhe ill her, sueh ns
,'iuiferred l.y ticciliutlliili'il enpitiil in-
differences iu ivnges, anil wbichu lariit'
is needed In ueuiraii/.e. A proU'Clieu
tariff aims, liy tin* iiculrali/.tng uf nd'
yaulages pussessi'd by nther coiupeti-
tors nu ticcouut nf at'ciiuuilatlotts nf
capiuil nrcheiip lahur, in luruiiidiislry
mul lnuii- luln lis mil mul clinuliels, lo
■ short, a pint eel ive lai ill" i> (li'slglli'll Insecure the llii'tiretit-al tuliiililtigi's nf
bul the cinnjiaiiy opei-uliiig il was free trade. Alula cuntuum barrier be
i.rgai.i''e.l under ibe laws nf ibeSiaie 'Wen tivo countries sn similarly shunt Washington I bad its head ulliee ,",''l '">'■ ciilnntalas llie United Slides
at Spukane.   The laws nf Wnshing    uinl l-illliulu CM .1 bul  reined I'lull/
iillnwa  inajorlty uf llie  sluircs in a  ,11"1 k"T' •"■«■"  IV  follnwlng lluisn
conipiiny, evnu If the majority Is hill   pursuits  which   would   vied   llieni
..ne share, can sell all the shares of lhe  Kl'ealesl   return.    A  laiilV   belli 11
"ipatiy and pass  title.  The   War -Jaiiada mid   Uu-   Unlli-d   S s i-,
SHOES.
We have to make
J. W. I<EEI),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Work Warranted.    I'V.'in
-Si-
SPECIAL ATTENTION (IIVKN TO MAIL, FREIGHT ANI) EXPRESS
XX.   Tt.   SIOBKISOir,   PEOPH.IETOB.
♦     ♦
F. B. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, B. P.	
/; NACONDA HOTEL
ANACONDA,  B.  C
Visitors tn the Bnundiiry Creek Mining Camps, Ship tit the Aiuicniid
Good Table - Good Beds -  Good Liquors
N. Tholl, Proprietor.
Good Stabling-
room for Spring
Stock. That is
why we reduce
prices on all children's hnd boys'
shoes 33 per cent,
which gives them
to you
Eagle company's capital  was $500,1X1(1,
divided inliisliarcsnf the pur value ol
$1. The majority uf Ihe shares Cil7,ll;*ij
were held by an interest  who voted In
sell llle cuinpiiuy's n(KI,(*KI shares fnr
$700,000, when au nlTcr lo purchase lbe
shares fm $1*00,000  was before ihem
I fur ennsitleriilii.il.   They claimed Ihnt
I the  $"00,000  was  all cash, while lhe
$ll.li,n(l) otter was only $2III).IIIKI rush
mid   lbe   l-nhiuic  in   III days     The
minority   interest   at   the   meeting
(178,835 share*) iiuiinlaiiiid Ibnl   lhe
$100,000 niter was 1 he hellertme. While
only $3111.11011 nf it  was cash, nn stuck
WHS In be lleliveled  lllllll  lhe  lilllnllie
uf the niter, $700,000, was in hunk, nud j
if mil sn placed within  HI (lays, then
Iherefiire,  as   a prnlHcllvc   itieu'lire,
indefensible,   The Aiiiericiin.
ANOTHER  DIVIDEND.
The !,c li ii  Mining nnd Smell bill
cntupaiiy have declared another divi*
(1 1   nf   $2~>,IHIII,   Wliieli    makes   lhe
second in Hi until uf .Innuury, or a
I ilal nf 150,(13.1 ur a ce it sash ire. This
I Ina efine brings Ihc lllllll of dividends
paid up In tlie etinrinniis sum of $,-,00,-
11.(1, nil uf whicli has Iieeu paid since
Ocliilier nf IW. The divlilellll Jusl
paid is the tenth ill the history of llie
eiunpiiiiy, which will no dnubt froui
now on declare dividends with p'-c-
cisiou and regularlly, as euorniiiiis 11«
-rves uf ore nre blocked mil, liesldes
the $200,000   was   I"  be   loilcil.'l. ""j*,vhi,-h itulhingevei • inlerrnpl" regular
Al  a  ineeling held nn the 'i-I It nf
.1.iiiiiiii y tin* iiiiii mil eieclliiu uf Olllceis
„l,„ml,l mure ihnn double Hie I"'"1"'1'1'-  ,|„j|y shi| nl
iiiiipulnfllic mine for HI days.   The,     ..
acl inn nf the  niiijniily lnlelct-1   cl	
only   have  nne  cniislrucli  Ihul is.   (|f ,| |1;,ny look  place, wlllcll I."
lhe property rights of III Inoiiiy in' Lu||,,,| ,,« fulluwsi W. W. 0. Turner,
mi^lH were sacrliiced,   It is nenertilly | (J .„e Turner, I, N. I'.vtmi. W   .1
conlended thai eight out of n "•  tXiti-liM. W. M. Kltlpalli, .1. M. Arm*
n„  n,„Ml.l. |„,w  scrupulously I est „..,,.,,,,.D, W, Heilley, li* P. WI.H.imU
lhey may be in nrdinaiy  liusiness uu-1 pl||(j w_ j t't WaUelleld.   The litis	
rlerlnkltmsi a«' nnserupllloiis in theirL|M.,H-, t|u. fnlluiving tifflcerai I're-i-
IM|,,|ng ventures, and tin- sale of the font, W. W.D.Tur 'I vice-president.
'    '""  --'"*- i-cliiry, .1. M   An.''
THE ADVANCE."
D. McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kiwis nf Work Executed to the -iiiiii.-
fm-tiini of rustniiiia'a.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
AU Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery inn    on   n
AT COST
Wur Engl.* company fnr $700,<UXXI when
it culil have been wild fur $000,000
goes in prove that contention, In-
vrslurs should steer cleni nf nII mining
companies nrgni.izrd uniler the Sinle
nf Washington,—Nelson Tribune.
—— ♦•-.—.—
EXPEBT OPINION.
I). W. Henley ; ^^^^^^
strung; Treasurer, W, M  ltiilpath.
Tlle  general  uiiiin.ger  hns  nnl yel
been selecled.
► • 4
TURNER   ELECTED   SENATOR.
Judge (it urge  Tiiruer nf Spukail.l
has lieen chosen as sennlnr fnr ilu*
Stale nf  vVtishlllgluu, ns al  Olyinpi.i
.   i   .. . i...
Prufesstir lliimillnu Merrill, F. (
S., lecturer nt   llle scbnnl  nf  mines, I w -
Kingslnn, and a reci.gni-/.ed aulh.irily  "" 'he'i'Mh ull. he was elected rill lh
....    milling   ui rs,   who   two   ,,,.! Iivi-lily-llt'th ballot, which mi* the li.-l
SPOKANE   FALLS.
!*.(,. |lox«l2. Washinplon
;Ihree    yeni
shnrl    tlm
hail  charge   foJ
nf    the    Slrathyt
nf lbe day, In serve six ye.its.receiving
US.if ih"S7 fiisii.u .nies in ihe ii'jjisla*
Nelton ■ • Wash.
i ll      niiin v      ■,«■>>■■. *11
,**-w-
THE ADVANCE.
ili-*;mi."* '.f .t common renter, whiflli they hit
nni;i' inv.ciii. nor would Uioj bo werolhoy
■ -  - ! made Lributiiry Lo Uoavland.
W. II. NO It RIB, I'noi-uir.Tou I ►•*
Published   wcokly  ftt  Midway,  II. C. BR- IRELAND REPLIES.
Uubscriptlon Price. $2,01) ucr annum, |»yn.blo
In a.iTaiuu. either yearly nr lialf-yeirly al lho ■[■„ t]1(. K-jitor of Iho Advance,
ojiliwii uf the uuhfirihei, .. , .    , f ..     ■
AUv»U»ln«Kaloa wilt on application. Sir.—I uot-ira »u ymn  i«sue nf the
Though the coluunw of Thk Avvamw an1125th  nil., »8 I'nnmiuuimM'tl l>v voiii-
alwuvH open for tliu duciiMiloii "i nmtlcra of
pnlilir interest nml iniporiaueu, wo du uotiuw* invii   rorn,>p<>iiili,iil,   lo   tlie   mtu*tf
1^,^;;'^  ig..lhe,.things, thai I hud •'.' -.
piihiiKiicit. ' incnied lia.llv witli lhe new council,"
——' thnl   I  bad raised ipiihlilcs us lo ill"
ipiullfieations of sunn, nf Ihe aldermen,
ami " pusiiively rifiised lo swear ill
Mr, 0. (i. Ilelllialsnil."
I lin iiiii know   where  ynur own COI-
respondent gels Ills Infuriiiiillull from,
imi I shiiulil advise llllll In obtain tlie
fuels relating lu mullets liefnre he
writes In llie iieuspnpers, otherwise be
may Iiiul hlliisell suine day In ll very i,
THE
CUP THAT CHEERS.
MssISTECOI/S
J. criii-s in thMBpace imli-
: :oate8lhatyourt>uiitiuHptioii
: :to thii- |Mp^*rInwexpired.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 18.17,
EDITORIAL N0TK8.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY.
To
p Perfection Brand of Ceylon Teas.
■ The Choicest Blend of Ceylon Tea The Cheapest . jj,
that can be produced.   Strong, Quickest and i !"-
Pungent  and Rich in Flavor.
Guaranteed equal to any 75c.
tea in the market.
PER 50C-LB-
Fob want of ►pace ive al-e lib igeii in I awkward piwltiun,
ihi-- issue m tibslalii Iiiiiii couiiuelllllig
The irnili is thai I c meiiced with
5o, per lb. less in 5 Pound Lots.
IVv a sample pound, put up in   Lead Foil Packages onlv.
cNICOL.
upun several uiatleis of lillerest, m,ch  "'*•'"•«' ■""•"li-il mi the musl i-in-.liiih
us  ilu*  inilwny  ipieslion, McKluimli  Icruisiiiid reiniiin on Ihnse Iciuifl. "
„„.„ ,,,,. i    I did  nnl  rel use lu swear hi any of __,-__,   _, , ,. -.
'""■• ' ■ [ih,. Aider ii. Mr.Uiiiiiieisou never BttlcLxirBtjir    axtcl   Jkj_X£lC9>OXJ.ai&,,
i.rkc.l inc ti) siveni him ill,   1 lunk llu
ileclaraiiinis nf his will-ship lin- uiaynr,
Without any prepiiralory fliiurlsh
nf It-uiupets ur Ibe formal inn nf a
"J.lllll sli.ckeiilllp.lliy,'' ITlll AllVANCK
Willi lllis issue is Incri-nseil  in size by
I ie llllllli lull  nf a   Slippll'll I,   H'llll'll
will nppeiir regularly Ini lhe future.
A 1 Yi'i.iiiiAi'iiifAi. eiinr in pi Iiiiii
Ihc  (till ell iseiin III   nf   llle   II .mill.HI
Oreek Mining mul Milling cuinpnny,
which appeal's for Ihe Iirsl. lime on onr
I'lilirlb pig". The price nf shares,
niuch nre III cents, wns Iinl quoled
correctly,   In  nur next   week'- issttt'l   sim-e  the council  nnl   I   have te*
the error will be i-urreeled. ceived n i-niuinllleu Frum It, In ask	
il I 111 ui li I eont Inilu tu Imid the '.iiiii-
i='=Z= BROOKLYN - HOUSE
UHK1SNW00D CAMP, BOUNDARY PIIEEK, B  0,
ur spoke to t uc n I nn it s.i earing l hen i in.
I Inni expressed my upiniiill in a
castt il way thnl I dill lull believe Ml*.
Henderson could uiake liisdccliii-iiliuu
.mil ht'llevillgsu, I .nighl  mil in illuiv
him I,,  make a deelnraliuii which I  ''»«» Ao-joimiiortntloii for Trim-lew.   I-ii-sl-clnss Meals Served
knew   or llrnily hclicycd lo be incur-
reel, althtiiigh he inlghl iinagiiie ii lu
K
T
he 1-iglll,
Not ii mini iippeara iu Ihe Bound-
ary Creek Tillies ihia week in explanation lo III.- ciiiiiineiits in nur last issue
lunching llie lei Ier over the signature
"Murk  of lulerrngiili " whicli up
pearcd in ils culuiniis recenlly. Eii*
deiitly llu- Tillies In-lieves III tlie rule
Ihal. "silence is gnld m." In llle menu-
iiiiii- lbe nlll i.'ils in iptesl.inn nan,liii
under llle ban, and the people of the
disirici will no dnuhl di'iuv iheir own
<• inclusions,
Good Mvcry Stable in Coiine.otioni
FRED GRAF, PROP.
Shortest Route
Toronto, Montreal, Halifax,
Boston, New York and
All Eastern, European,
and Pacific Coast Points.
;$TR. ABERDEEN ':™v"<''","
Hi-lull every
Tuesday, Tlnll'K.lny unit Saturday, making oon-
iieciiniis wiih triiiiiH ut Oknmignii Landing fur
Slr:iiii<ii|.| .linii'tiiill tn join tlllllll  line   trains
enst iiiul wost.
Through Tickets le uinl (ruin lin. Pacific Const
In laiislnl'll unil l-.lll'ii|n->lll I'liilllH.
Iv.|lti]illleiil   llllsill'|liissi:il, OOlnhllllllg inllnlinl
dining ami sluaptiiKtuira, luxurious .lay cnacltes,
liitll'iiil unil free eiilimisl stooping ears 1*1111 iiii
all trains.
|.'iir iiifiiriiiiiiiiiti nn In Utile, iiiies, otc, apply I..
}'. S. Ssailding,
Agent, Penlii'tiiii.
(bin        Geo McL. Brown,
[list, I'nss'r Agent. Viilicuiivei-.
We are taking First-Class
Mining Properties in hand
for
Fin'di'rig all cash, time and
trouble ancl furnishing the
Stock ready for Mrrket,
and are willing to take
our pay in stocks. Treasury Stock   Listed   East.
For (further Particular*,
Apply lo
L. C. Oli.li.iHaN,
Bt'uker, Spukane,
il pulice magistral!* without salary lnr
,l lillle, as lhe cily Cllllllot all'ird In
pay inn-.   I have consented In 'I11 sn,
I Irusl Ihnt inn wil I publish thi*.
lellcr so thai liic minds uf tin- public
may be disabused,
I fear tin- "luw mutierings" men*
litmeil musl have enuuiiili.il fnnn ynur
correspoiiileiil himself,
(J, \V. Ihui.anii.
Vernnn, Pebrtlui-y 1,1S.I7.
VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE
llislri
1,
Kirks, to  the position nf milling re-
enrderul  llml. pninl rhiuilil a rcru'rd
nBlce be estaiilislieil theiT iu ll"' neiir
i'u ore.   Th.-   si  peliliun alsu itsks
Hie  gin'eruineni   lu  detlue  llle  new
mining division sn Hint ns dat ics
shall extend sunn* 15 utiles west nl
Grand Forks. Evidently ilie|ielilliii.i-rs|
nre endi'iivniiiigIn mislead Iheuuvelli*
inant, us, slinuiil sueh hniuid.iries be
chosen, prospectors locating claims in
certain points on this side of Bound-
ary   innllllUlIll, ivuil.il  bu  oiillged   l"
r.-i'iirJ the s  a I U'rnnd Forks iu
s end ot at ilid.v.ty. wliieli liHice would
In niiieh nearer In lh  The petitioner's desire I'm 'lhe es. all. isll I
ii reenrd olllie iii iheir niillsl Is emu.
iu •iiiUtl.lt*. They should mil, I. iwcM'i,
e tileavor to obtain ibal which wnnlil
greatly discninun de iilbers, We
wuuld  suggest  a   line running due
norlh from a pninl he iuieriiniioiial
boundary line al ur neiir lbe uh uf
Ft
Iwoe.o llu* tiv itiitig (lis iiicts.slinulil
nnulher nni. be established,
^2Kt.'fttti-ft.'fti,t. ftsm. .-_-'
Good single and double drivers and sttdtale horses Ladies'
eentle dpuh|c .md single drivers and saddle horses. Horses
boarded by the week or month, Box stalls if desired. Horses
broken to harness, aiid horses and cattle sold on commission
tv and gram; Wholesale and retail.   All kinds of
^Ei;3:r:;;'£;;; MIDWAY tlTIIffi^in li
heavy teaming attended to.   Corner Mission and Irorisohsts
\Y. Gardner, Proprietor,
STABLES
SADDLE ■ HORSES!
BUIIiDEBS
Should carefully consider
the cost of material, and
by figuring, find out that
all kinds of
Bough -:- and Eressed:-: Lumber,
k Lloyd-Jonas j stogies, • m% - Ete.,
can be purchased at the
The  best   hay   and   gfain «       ,    n   ,      n        >ii
,,is(, [n tlu; Mi,si()11 vaiiey ^i Forks Sawmill,
delivered at Penticton at lowest possible prices by
Loquirae k Lloyd-Jones, Kelowna.
dies a
p
men m
ml
Double Wm, Pack: g
MIDWAY
SAWMILL.
sp Lath and Shingles.
fftj
SASH ■ DOORS.
CHEAPER THAN
ANYWHERE ELSE.
♦♦♦♦
l-»««-xa«»»«»>»;-*-i5««i»«te46i
! $1 FIREWOOD $1 1
l i
i per load. i
1 x!•»«*>*»•»xHtX.trtmtr.i*A«-«t*i-e-»  m\
G. K. Simpson, Prop.
Horses if MM, toy ; g  The ^ centre of the Grand m
Tcjinin] in Tow.! or : gs Prairie,    Kettle   river    afld H IROU&H Al DBESSBD
District. i p^ Boundary creek mining and ^ !       LUMBER*^
 h,v,i„.-i .nn in...! p  .in       -n j & agricultural country. m\	
;,,,;,,,,;fli':;.ret.„s( i-i Burbank Bpos., Props.: m m\dissolution of partnership
 ''  )M m*
In ii flintier Issue no look oct-iisi.
n refer In the ciislnins i|UH.slillll, sli
UH thai in llii-eienl of Hosshinil bet
i-iiiseil io ibe'digiiiiyrif iii'imtoiiH |ioi'i
IflDTOi ll. ('.
 . ■11.   „ra|     4
LIME! LIE!
if ymi iinui to point up (i cabin,
pliiot.er ii hints., or luiilil a fuiillihltii.n,
call for IIiiih at
Geo. T.Wells'Lime Kiln
Offli-c, lteii(tell& Co's Store,
Unioiiliiry Palls, B. 0.
NOTICE.
r*W|-**j _^,                   .                   |           .              ..                 r. "rii-\ !                                                                      ivlili l( r. iw iii',i(i',ni in i i-,r> nun
fctiSd CSifiiafpn    or    tdP    innrrinn   fit Wsv I Vtotiii.* i^ hfim-hi'<iivi.v *i-h \*i-thk IN  em i.HM.'iii im niiuii. iii tlm I'liriinii
■    tfsff. OllUdtCU   di    LaC   JUllLLlUli   Vi. SKCfi N1','.,';,,,:.,,;,   „!,-.,i„r,„.l, oiiBtliiK bol weoii Ihiniuln. ftt tho rnixl. aesslon thoroof.for
; i the Boundary creek, Marcus W SiSSH'iSKSSsSS
M \   .r w. _       ——1..                                                .                                                                                               _ ^Ltie.Ml i                   .                                               *                                                    *    i  l.i.-i.,^   nt   I'.i.i...In '  Iiiiii.■■..    in    ein  on.    \v
NOTICK IS FIKREBY OIVBN tlml nppli-
I'lilioii will In; niiuii! to tliu I'iU'liiinii'iit of
ail Act
ct awl
near lho
,'cHt Terri-
ii.Kthat.1 : fRu- i„,a,, Hl-JlUiJgllUlBl.—-      \G& an(j Reservation wagon roads, jf ■"■ l1"-'
Wi Nearest point to
mi reservation mines-
&
;rt:,,i:x:^,-r;::
"uiatleis sliind    nl    pi-eselil,      Hi.-, O
licSiR (lrtni'lfiilly iiiiiriiii'il; n p
.,.«in llie It.,.,,, -ycouie  |P   ■'Al'1'"     ''Rl'
iiit|.ertsnf Kosslimit hi Um  1      ^ K. 1 *ITI*I*:N111:
\W
ffl LOTS AS GOOD   AS GOLD |
or sale.   Price $3.00.        SgH
"*  '"»'»  '■■"""«■      '    ffl ..*    '""'     ' ■      -.      ..        I- ■■■,■■■.  -L-.1 5?;
KERR BROS,     ffl C. E. STUART - - - AGENT ffl
■-—.ti ii ii.'.i.'.i.  ^              caiison, (MIAMI I'liAii.'ii:. 11. c |«^ iAssessment Act and Provincial
"■'••''', -  '•■        "       ""M Revenue Tax.
MIDWAY,
I GREENWOOD ancl GRAND
Uiis-ilillill Miner, liikiiiK  up lliet|iic
tion,   makes  lhe fnllutt'thK I'oniliii'lil
niiuii our i-xpressed views:
Tlm Miil.n.i Ail.il".'C IR .linn Ifnlly iiiiiriiii'il
Ian! tlie riiKluiiHuffl.
iry ..Iiniiiil lm malleoli
event nf U'lMsiimit lieiiiK Hi'ile 'I lui'li'f etinv.
Ii su^t-ests Vermin nr u in ire iniilniii: t'-iinl for,
11 port of onlry limn llosjliinil. -la far tu'llio
|i lople of ttoafllmi I lire collcci'lietl (hey Ctil'ii lull I
n llUiilinnl llie inniti'i'. lint ii mtik.'i itaimviir-
UlOlCDB llllll I'liM!'.' liltaill'iw rulllliillll inni rail I
cilllieetloli.a Willi Itosalilliii ivnulil sllllltl llio
Dunliilnry country more in liiiiiil.lliaiislinlliir
roliili'ins .villi Vein.111.
We r,.|ir.iiliiic below III.' poflloli of
nf our nrliele to whicli llie .Miner ! Mont (Icllvorcil at R'jcli Crook anil all tin
likes exeepl inn, nnil by il il iilil be Mining I'iuiiim,
seen Illll- coillenip 'I'.'ll'i' I.,'-* U'HH' "
little nut llf Illl' will' I" llll-l,*|U.--.i-.H
nur views upon llle slil jul'l, lis ill nlll'
cniilinl-llls we refi.t'i'i-il only lu th"
„r.'..i ioinnveni,,,,.,. n. ivbiel, il wou.il
I lu-   |ll'ope   ol    BnUlnhil'V   ereek WSfN*.   J  j . „ „        ,.,
Kliollld   llu-  i.llhes i'l    dl-ll-lcl rn-I •6ft-^%ftrft-'     - MwmfhK loHh..se,-H,'os„ ll-
toiiile   iiuiliiil-i*.   of    llinwluliil    llllih'i lt.i--ili.il..     Fri'lul "■    Ilinl
yturnut ell s.   W ..jus !   COUNTY COURT NO TICL    ,,„.,, „, ,,,„  u,. „, ,
M Nearest point to the Colville m
ffl\
mi ""'nintS'ifioWm will 1.0 eonilimtcl l.y I Uirough Crow.Nial l'ii»>;l.iili..('iil.iiiilil.iriver
gl-W 11,-Milev I McClllllg. in whom nil (loblB ilm.' In '"' I'rnvhire of llliliali I oilliil.liI! I l co
tt*^V    tl,,-, 1I1I firm are In lio niiiil   ! In ivlii.m nil  "'catorly tn a point In until iiri.vit.cu on or near
Tlltis   Mcllli.-Y    | nnv iii'.n or inli-l nl tlio mime at tWo water or
('  I -LUNDY Stflbotirn.    Willi   powor  lo luiilil, acquire,
li.hv,,,-  li c   l.,mmi... ii' la'l'i      '    li     iiiiiiiilain anil oimi'iite steiiniami ollior vessels
lliiwaj, ii, 1., -titulars n, uim. ift, (i| l|c llw,l| h| ,.„„„,.,..;„„ „.llh ,llc fll|,| «$»«•*,
also lu iiurclinsc nml 1180 water tn genernto
elect ricnl power ami to sell and lease such
powor,
liuteil nt Vieloria, Hriilsh Columbia, Uill
Ilrcoinlier, 1KHI.
ABCHBlt MAIlTIN,
Sollcilor for Applicants.
'Fnt-prices nnil ull tifbi.-'l if nan H inn apply In
_mi       i&&3*__iWm£c-
m.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
-^r^""W -. ^W^«»™^«'I«V",
J, Keiih.
R. D. Krrni.
Vm i >'v
'ftr!   ___ J.■    ■'
ttft"'%ii:y--"
met MVi^M
4lo nl)]
4~^<_f\
-i .|.i: -,f 'i-i'uii . I'uia nf Vale will In
li.il.l  fulllii    ;
cov >r .nt om
.in
Mli
li. li.r.c,
.ta
/I'll awiiroin* the Miner llial iniiwiiy
cnoiiiiiiiiii'iilinii Imiwi'i-ii Ilia pniiils in
(pieslinn wt llllll l-llilllK.' Hu' W'bilc Htiili*
of nlV.iii**, nud when ibis i.. pruilili'd,
wi II, lie Wtlll'l obji'l-l loliiisslailll I.eiliK
iniiile nu nillpoi-l uf li buy cri'i'k :
Willi rispi-i-l lo llieeli-i.1.1 li 111 llossllllt'l to
il port, we Inn-mil ii WOI',1 111 -a... OXCep. llial
mnli alioiilil Imu' Iiiiiiilo.iui'lnK ng'. "ui it in I
making lho ollluesul llmii. mrj erecKuittliorH
in uueslatitl, nu L.ilng is ri .!■-iiuu* in nil llie
luiist us mill lei'.* sUlllil .ii pros -nl.  Tne gl'ililliils
of our olijicilon in sueli it 'I'liiigoiitclil mi.
c,i-lly cxiiliiincl unil nro 11,1*80:  He lime
i.o ocslre lo in: pie"'(l "I Ki '.' li.oiiivonleii'i ;
in thein.i.ir.'..Iiliolrui.aiiciioii.il'1111-11111*1111 a.   (-,,1.*:i|i|..|t(.    of   llnproiciui'iil s
i.i iit.i.liiteilil|i,ni III'Ii'iiii-U'l inn "I''"en.mis'.'.."
the presenl |. nl a   Now Wot nuiisur.aliil tllit
utiiloiibiclly won it twull, sjoiilii ilm i.illci.ji.
llie (lislri'l he iniela trlli Uur) WItmwhui 1, Til
Kettle liiver nol lliimi ary . rooi ins ru-l I* n
l.irgioiio,ftli(lbv Mr. L'lntes oivnslioiyli.gtho  '-lltuiito in  rami) I'.ilrvlcw, In lho Osoyoos
,.,,„ uilsinetuol Il.e i*. i-r.r.ii lly iinT.'.ia- Mining Division of Yalo Dblrlcl.
i g un I io* Uio country Is tioarliig ilibmorii of -*pAKI" Jl'tili'la Hint I, John Sinvoiisi-ns
great ilovolupiiiont, we can soe nil roaiol. wliy    1   .,, loiil, ta minor» eiiriltWo N,. ft,;
i i' il a "f -'■ t «• inleimnduni por for ™",,!,,1'0^%S&lcr fori. Kil-Ui!
lloiindnry on uk »liu iH n .1 tie oiiiertnlns I.  If | „f im|r „-„„ ,„n t „ n,,. i,,,,.,, m „, obtnlnlng
i as ».iggesll-.ii Is mil m P-nWo, then by nil »(;mwi!i™"'"'ljwn|»v""-lji-, ,„.
|lK).(KHI p iirf'l., hi-HI  I''-  id, lh   .   I-a il-
llll-'lia   lli.ji ' I   a   ill   it'll-'
Mil llllll.   ..■.Ill IMlllVll,   i||mi   || i|||,.„, Sl I.Ilea. I'll',. Ill   I
AI  111 I nny
TtOfM-J !'...'  Mai. .-    Ttl.iMy HK..U I pVloluib. .,,,.lr,.,.l.-l.* ..ml
llnreii.    snv. ' Vnritu ill HilltH iif ('|'|tlllng| Iienlli'illi'll1' ami
Al  the hour uf II o'clncli In llio foronnor,   |,, n,..'f„ mvear. DrV U'niil., N illmis, I'll'.    My g
l"a|l|.|iv..| a    lly I- .in nil.
IV. U. 11.11 VN
I   His Iloiiiir (lie I,li.'iil..iiiin|.(iin-eriior, under
i ROCK CREEK DIVISION 0? YALE DISTRICT. ' ^•"SSJff'W"Hoalll.Wff"Z
I neon pleasoil to .nuke, nml does horoby mako,
llu- fnltowlng regulnliotis, namely :
I    I, That tho ICclt.o RiVOr  Mining Division of
NOTICE Is hereby glvon iii accordance nitli the Vale Blootorul District booroaloila llcallli
tlie statutes, lhat  I'rovlnolal lloveinio District umlor llio provisions of tin "Health
1 Tux ami nil laxes lolled mnli-Hl Assessment: • g •,,,,'j willlam Oraliain Mi-Mynii, Koeiinlcr
'ii-l.'inc n...\ Ian-fur Um ycnr l.-tlT. ' ul, .Mlil.vuy, In tin- Inenl board uf lleullli for
All of il bnve nnnioil taxes c lablo lll08aWDI'tr!0t*nAM,ijm^ n[mmy
ulllihi Hi" I( Crook Division ..f Dlslrlcl nro j Dopuiv chirk, Kxooutlro Co'ouoll
|.a;:if.a ill l|IV olllee 111 lls-ijn..-, ll.C. ____«__-__~«——.——
I'i.uin..iiii  llrvi'liui. Tux. |3.0i) por ralilln.
■ a i-a..,i Taxes nro uolloohihlo al the following'
,.,,'n i
Ut, II. I'
NOTICE.
lutes, ii/.:
Il'|,.ii,l,iiinrli. fore .lime Mill. IMC:
Ilm. -ilfilni.l ipcl'cmii.oii rent |irii|ii.|'l).
Two uu.I ii Imlf per cent, tin tlie us.-i-.i-ii
vnliii. of wild Intnl. 1
Ilmi half uf nnu porconl iiotoiiiiI iivoporty
iiu * i iiiiiiii nt lli.- ii nu- nf uny pn sun as I
oxei'oits inn- iliniismul tltillars, ilu- following Tlm Osoyoos Vernon unit Kottle llfvei*
rates, numelyi Upon such exeoss, wlieii llmj      Kilning lllvlsluns of Yalo lllsti-let.
• ■ ■    .      -.,miu in mil in ire linn bill  llioiisilltil iliillui's, I 	
one per oonUl when surli excess Is uvoi ton   ^OTICE is horoby given Hint all plni'cr
v supplies nie sulllciui.il , ihutismiil tlullnrs nnil nol inoro iiiiiii IwonfS' 1N   elnimsIrgull) hold in lho Osoyoos, Ver-
.,,    ,. „.,.'    ,,,,  , |   „,. Ml,,,.,'   lli'-ii-aii'l .lollurs, on., mul „„i-.,iinrlcr uf nne; mm ami Ret He Hivi'l-Mining Dlvislnns of Vnlo
lll.lv Ilia wants l|l the I'lillri' IC'ltll. ItlllT lillle).    .Ml   slink oj  M.HMJ» I        m|| .  M|(||| m.h (mm £ lm,„ly : Districl.ul'c Iniil uver fruln llie Ist Novombor.
MINERAL ACT. 1896.
SfOTICB.
Tiik Ei'liXIXti srin Miaaaci. ci.idi.
■Siiiiiilii-i N lusi wlni is ivniileil hv the rrnspi-iini's nml Mimas.   Lum wiling I Jhunsiuul dollars, one nnd one-half of Ono perl 18». to thu -Isd JunOt lBUi.
„.        '      ,        ,      ,,,,,,,, •  ,    ,, ,,„.. ini ISignoill     C. A. It. LAMBLY,
niSpukanaSIMTCASil |V,,,.„ l,„,gl„ „„ly ii.hl-'.l |,lm v Ihrnwii ,„|,   t, , l-f ;^',„,„,„,„„.,„„ ,„ ,„„,., m. j (.old Conunlsslonor.
ami Ititt'lTugiilK till-, li'oiir-lllll.sof( pol' oont Oil real iiruiii'i'ly i *^**™™"™"*—^^™"™^"^"™™^"™
ED. DRISCOLL, CARSON, B. C. ThroeoUroent io iisspssod valuoof wild MINERAL ACT, 1896.
! Intuls.
Till'
The Golden Gate Hotel;H":
.qiiartorsofono pur cent, on personalIQortHlCUte   of   liiipiovcni.'iits.
I .IS Sllggt
IllallC   I-al
union un InJopoinlonl pnrl, and
■• . fills districl n'llp ein nl
And fnrlli..r Inki. ..nti -■■ Hint notion, iniilia-
soi-thin ii". must in mm-ittefl't bofurn lho
iss iiiiii" iif sir-li i-orllttrnte nf iniprn- mods.
I'Alb'VIKW, B, I'.,
T. Elliot;   -   -  -   Proprietor.
, (100!) At'COMMIlDATIiiN.   (IOOD STA'llLiNG.
if llu. Itiednlo of any in'imui as
Is one lliuiH.iiil dollars, Ihu fall..nana
rules, miuiiil)-: I'li.ni sueli excess, whon Hie
same is iiol inn'., llian ton tliniisiurl dollars,
one uml otio-jiHiu-tor of one tier oent,-, whon |
such use
mil imu'
N-orioB.
liliesio*i ur 1 it... inoinui.
i,| oiio-nmirtor of one i.e.* eenl.: when ,.,,. kot,qk im ,  Kllr,„,
isaaiss Is uvit len thousand dollar, anil j  ^  acting ns ngonl for Ainslcy
tro Iluin Iwoitty Ihoii8aiiddollnrs,oiieiinit miners imriiili.iu* No. imfii. intcn
-,.,:: ■ i,on b ■ \ II hin tn -hlng -   Datod this Itli day of .Innu.i.y. iwi,
MiNXK-ii.i-in MtxKitii, Cum, S'm.Aii.: in
('AMI* illck'lXNKV, IX TIIK OsilVIHM MlNINI".
IIHTSIOV (IK \'AI,H DlSTRKT.
AKK NOTICK that I. Korhos M. Kerby.
 , Megmnafreo
 olid, sixty days
 Halfofonb Per cent.: who,, suohoxooss ls| MStoa.^AKoftt™!^
I ovor hvi.m.y thoiiBniid dolltira, ono nnd throo* i iiiopiirpfisuof ubtaiulngft Urown grant to tlio
„u,„-,i,s„fo,lopern.|i, I ^voojnljj^ ^ ^ ^
t. ,\. II. I„l.)ll.l,l. sootloli 11" sl  lie (.(iniincneeil before tho
Assessor aud Collector,   \ issunnco til such cortlflealo nf linin'ovoinoiils.
Stopping Place for Stng'os to and from Penticton antl Oro, Wash., „..,.,,,, m,m. . D»t*dthi»i«td»rofDocerabor.uM.
-, Vol.. VI, No. 16.
SUIM'IiKMRNT TO THE ADVANCI',
Midway, B.C., Feb. 8, 1897.
We Handle Hardware and Hardware Only,
W. ]. ARMSTRONG & CO,
Hardware, - Tinware - and - Stoves
ANACONDA, H. C.
Our   Stock:   of
Crockery,  Gl.issw.tre, Shelf ancl I lew Hardware,
Belhiws.  Anvil-.  Heating mil ('..nk  Stoves.   VViiudeiuviil-e, tinsh
ami    Hours.    P.llllls   (Hill   Oils,    lllis   ll I   -eleeled    In    unci     the
i-cqiliri'lllentS  uf   III"  t'OIHItry, llllll   n.il  l.e fl il   innsl  cn.ii|il"le.
S-p©   .-±£1,1*13*3
|essop's Steel (in.' size); S .n Francisco   Powder,
Caps i.nd Fuse; Miners' Outfits.
Jobbing   Shop
An.    nliT in the Tin or Iron Line will secure out
Piiim'il uml (luii'fill A.•cnlimi nl a  lii-.isiiniiiile Figure.
!w, J. \psnstP3ir; \ -i , t'w H,ipJwiiP3, Tin anil Stave Men, Anaconda.
illl
sion Lvery,
Good Single and Double Drlvars, and
*'      Gentle Saddle Horses.
u: x
pack '.ma
HORSES • 50 S        . '
GOURLAY ANI ITlr,:.  pso? '.
MINING NOTES.
There is some Inlk nf another slump
mill being put on a group of claims in
(lamp McKinney by ii Victurin syndicate. It is umlerslunil In lie lite syndicate which piirrhused the Sailor Buy
and nt ber inleresls lust full.
The Itni-k Creek Bold Mines cum-
puny is ibe Intent inroi-ptiratinn and its
object is the purchase und developinenl of the Vieloria, Queen and Cnli-
(iirnia mineral claims ill Ruck Creek.
The cnuipnny is rupiliilized al $600,000,
divided into two million shares of 2ii
cenls eucli,
Willi lbe opening of spring work
will in* stiii-ied un tlle Minnehaha claim
in Cnmp Mi-Kitini'Vi and ihe name will
lie prosecuted witbniil intermission
imlil the prospect Incus intu a mine
and becomes a revenue prndiicer, The
owner of tin* Minnehaha will iindiiuhl
filly push things when nnce wnrk is
enintiienced,
Snme exceedingly rich ore is being
taken at. present from tin- No. 7claim
in 1.1.nl nil cnmp. The ore is being
taken from small veins nr pay chutes
which appeal- in tin- ledge propel-In
the drift-, whieh arc nnw lieing inn,
uud although the neiiial iiesay value
is mil made known, il is suid uslnnisb-
ing .nines are being gotten front the
sninnlcs assayed.
Then* is siiinuinlk of nreorganization
of lli.. iiiiiiiinnv which formerly did it
gl-ent deal nf .'...rl, mi placer ground nl
ill** li sat crossing uf Ruck creek. If
the euitipniiy cnn he I'ctit'ganl'/ed, il is
intended in put. wingdiiiiis uud pump-
b g iiiachlni'i-y in, su that the difficui-
ties liithi-rtii ixpei'leuccd wilh water
In the wurkli g uf tin- claims will be
ovei'cunie, ll is to l.e Imped llllll lhe
present negotiations can In- brought
tun   successful   issue,  us  inidullliledly
the romp-til)- ...ii giotuid iiiiii will pay
to wnrk once i' isthnroughly opened up,
T» 1       IT   1    1 fl .1 13._1 C\        'I'l'.'   Fntilennv   ledge  hus now Iieeu
Royal Hotel, hnm forks, d. Urcr^-ss
m. i*'. n't 'i,(iii-,i(. I'l.'oi'iiii.'.'i'oi:. '       '    '
Oood Aceomnioiiation anil Moderatj [iiurp,
riSTo Olxixxeso Hv_1jx
Finest brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.   Livery .tn.t
Stable in Connection.   Saddle Horses a Specialty.
THE MIDWAY HOTEL ::,.K'..::::r,;:::;*:.t
thl'Ollghnlll the I. uglli iif iheFiinteliiiy
bul lhe Ontario claim as well. A con-
titllluus series nf npell crnssetltH huve
been rim. all of which have brnken
Into ore, and as well uu lhe Fnntetitiv
a shnfl bus lieen sunk In il depth nf
ghoul 100 feet, proving lilt' veil! In In'
large und strung. The property is
situated In (Jauip .McKinney. antl is
un ned by Mr.   If. In nn. -run,   the old
MIDWAY, Ki-; i ii.;-; Rl'
First Ohuw Accnininndiltlnii,   Uood Stnbllngi   ':'.
from Midi us. Washing:.>.i
nf Stage Ijiuc
MoAULEi" u Mc   [JAi :.-, . ;oor.O;.oi'.s
Grand Prairie Hotel
CARSON,   KI-VITIjU   RIVKIt.   II    ('.
Situate in t:;e liniaoillitj Vicinity o' ih Jdin Ono!. Mines.
First-class accommodiitto.i for the Traveling Public.   Stage Lines
to Midway and Mtreus. Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
McLAREN BROS.        ....        PROPRIETORS
THE I ASHION
FIED - LIVEpy - /\p - 5/1,1, - 5J/\BLE5
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always on hand Good Single ancl  Double Drivers, Ladies'
mul Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.   Pack
I lorses for Hire.
He^vy Teaming at Reasonable Rates,
I     On lhe   M. U Ilia   Lnile   in   llenilw I
! cuuip, wliieli claim is iiiiii under bind
I to Ihe Boundary Mines .- pmy, .he
'tunnel hus Iieeu iliiveu 185 lea
I Mure ur les*. inliieriil lia- Iieeu eu
' countered sine.- ilu- tunnel lefl lhcil5
i fool murk. Iiul.it few days tigu the ore
suddenly lieeiuiie uuieli rlcliet, und llle
! tunnel iu llie Insl 2.'. feel  i -.1,1 hits lieen
culling   Ihi'oiigh  suine uf  lb.- Hues!.
j copper-gold nn- ever seen in lhe ilis-
tl'ict., Tlie depth ulliiiiied uu tin ure
budy by I he drn ing ut lhe inline! is ul
! presenl uiiuul. 10(1 feel. The mine is
fnsi  demonstrating its  right, loth,.
'proud  title  of  the   Mother   Ijiul.., as
inothing up to ihe present uiny in.
said lo approach It in the Boiiiidnrv
Creek districl fur size and richness,
I On the properly of the Rock Creek
Gold Mines conipiiny al Rock Creek, il
lis stulcd the ledge on lhe Victoria
1 claim was oo Wednesday last tupped
i by lbe tunnel which was started Btiine
I lime ago nod up lu lbe presenl bus
I been run a dial nine uf bin feci. Two
tunnels are being worked in, Ihesecuud
one nut having as yet reached the
ledge. The tllllliel ill which lhe ledge
has been struck tups lhe ure budy at n
depth nf aliuiii 100feet. The width nf
 ledge has nut nf i-.iin.s.- us yet been
determined as it has'nut been drift ed
through, but a day nr two will disclose Ihis fact. When tunnel No. 2
strikes the ledge, tlie company may
congratulate themselves, ns enough
will then lie done tu demonstrate that,
they pnssess a valuable property.
 ►-•-,	
VKRNON  NOTES.
Prom Our Own Corrcst'Oiulent.
Mr, antl Mrs, P. McOowcn are giving
a grand bull on the llth inst, atthe
courl hnuse.
Messrs. Smith k Mel,end are erecting a new planing mill and sash and
dour factory, the old building proving
inadequate fur the Increasing demands
of then- trade,
I nni glad to hear Ihnt. Mr. John Mr-
lot vir baa iuul a substantia! offerfor
ids mine, the .Moiiushee, near Cherry
creek. The particulars to hand are
soiiiewbiii meagre, but my Informant
assures me the consideration is in the
six llgures. Mr. Mclntyre has spenl
over a quarter of a century prospecting
nnd developing ibis mine, and It is lo
be sincerely hoped the transaction may
la- speedily consummated, so Ihal he
iiiiiv ul last retire upon his well-deserved uml hat'd-earned fottuue.
Our new city fnlhers nre ad.ailing
a policy of economy thai should satisfy
tin. musl parsiniiiiiiutis of the ratepayers, They have made il. their
initial liusiness to look boldly into 1 inquest inn nf expenditure, and where
thev have found ii practicable to retrench, have unflinchingly used Ihe
pruning knife uf civic ecnnuiny with-
mii fear or favor. They have decided
lo reduce the iily cleik's stipend frum
$76 per mouth to $50, uud lu dispense
iillngether with tin- police magistrate's
salary—$800 per auniiiu. These iwo
Ileitis alone will lie u saving to the
ciiy nf $11011 n vinr. This iiinnuiil, with
lbe newly imposed trade license, will
Increase the revenue by aliiiut $1,000, a
very gnnd sliuw Ing fur a month-old
council. This iniiile of procedure, I'u-
creating uur revenue in such tt sub-
stanlhit tiiiiiiiit*!- will sunn make it pussilile tu iicgiitinle n lnuii ui u Inw rate
nf Interest, thus enabling Mayor Arm-
strung nnd hi* council to proceed with
lhe iiupui'liint public works laid down
in uur ivuriliy mayor's platfui-tll,
 . 14	
INDIA   FAMINE-STRICKEN.
According tn lhe report of an ufttcial
high iu t he service of lbe Iiidiiu.gov
eminent,six inllllunsuf peop.e in India
are un tin- v.'rue nf stumtliiui.and
already the famine has claimed limns-
anils uf victims, 'llu* desperate state
uf lhe case is imw accurately knuwn,
and the whole civilized world isiirouseil
Relief must In* sonl in India, and that
Inn wu Innil delay. The peuple uf
Great Britain have already taken ac-
linn, America is fullmvlng their example, uud even the Russians are cult-
tl'ihlllillg 10 the relief uf Brilisli subjects iu (be Indian empire, The relief
movement in Oaiuidti bus Iieeu
iniiugiiiiileil liy lite 11,.alien! Slur
ui'wspapet-, w huse publisher hus headed
the list will] a subscl-iptiuil uf $ril)(l.
Tills iipeiis the relief fund ill this
cuiuilry. nnd front ull parts uf the
llniiiiiiii.il iiiine nurds of approval uud
primuses uf cu-uperiiliun, Premier
Liinrier bus wrilleii to llie Slur staling
Ids approval uf tlie cuurse taken l.y
ils publisher, und lo lhe relief fund In*
adds liis cheque for a handsome
iiniiniiil.
The I'luiesiani clergy nf Hon treat
have all jiiineil in u memorial lu the
Star supporting I he cause uf Canadian
assistance for India. The appeal is
being heard and responded to.
Subscriptions lo tin- relief fund,
greal or small, sent tn lhe Montreal
Star, will be publicly nckiiiiwleilged, LOCAL ANI) DISTRICT.
MissCapell of Spokane is visiting
friends in the districl,
Mrs. Hopper of Spokane is visiting
her son, Mr. A. Hopper of Midway.
Mr. A, C. Sutton, barrister of Grand
Forks, was in Midway Wednesday anil
Thursday un liusiness.
Mrs. It, M. Lamb of Greenwood Cily
It t spent a few days in Midway the past,
week, a guest of Mrs. VV. T. Thompson.
The whir of the "wings"of lbe Vancouver World representative was distinctly audible int.be district the past
week.
On Wednesday's stage Mr. J, C.
Haas, M. E., weul out to Spokane.
Before returning it is mure than likely
he will pay a visit In Rtissloud lo look
titter Ins mining inleresls Ihere.
About. April 15th, Mr. B, 0. Moiri-
sun expects tu start a daily stage between points on Boundary creek and I
Marcus,  The Increased I ravel will uu*
doubled!? warrant such a service.
The president uf the British Columbia
Prnspecl Ing   syndicate,   Mr.   Mull  !
I'.une in Boundary cn-ek ou Tuesday's
stage from Marcus. The Brilisli Co- j
liiinliia I'lospecliugsymlii'iile linlil the
bond ou the Jewel claim iu Lung Like
camp, and Mr, Million's appcai-niice
may uu doubt, hd iillrllitii ed In this
fuel.
Several hundred Ions of Ice have
. Iieeu hai'veslcd on lhe Kellle liver recenlly, much of which bus gone up
Boundary creek. Much excitement 1
expected iu the distr
milium'r, and those gnt
FLOURS    41FL0UR
ft-
We have commenced the manufacture of Flour and are in
the business 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 been pronounced the superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia,
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, B. C.
Why Send Outside ?
Wk cany the unly lull Ifue "f Men's
and L'ldii's'vvi'iir in llu* district and
Ouf Prices Are Right.
C.M.], fiii'QunUiinnsuti All Lines nf
Generul Meieliniullae,
Way Down on Stoves
Winks and IjIi-I'ouh at Wiiin.i:*
BALI" Oxi.Y,
j" We Submit lo the
Will of the Majority,"
0
Are Ksinhlislii.il i'ltirii.tic
I'nrli. Ueac Ihis iu uiii.d
when In need of
Clothing and (iroctrits.
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Mi   THE  FUTURE
KM   —-—■	
m
RAILWAY, MINING AND M
ml
(JIIKKXWOOIICITY, B. C.
IS :,:::# AGRICULTURAL CENTER OF
iTiipiire milking pri-pariiliuns lu pin-   f-JWJ    ■"" 	
vide a reinedv against  mining ami Jfoajir
ffl
m
ffl
m
lm
The Kettle River Country
Lots mi Easy Terms to Actual Residents.
For Particulars Apply to
other kinds uf foyer.
Jltsl so soon as the snow leaves, a
lunk ymd is lo lie slatted here, .Mr.
Mltch.'ll having decided lo Ian a a
large kiln fur lucal cnusnmpiiuii. If
only a Utile kiln COllld he gill under
way, lliilu dilllculiy would he experl-
I'ticed in prociiriog Ihese Iwuucccssiiry jiiR'S
iirficles for building purposes lllis coin-1 HyjBU    A.K.STUART,     OB TO    R.C.ADAMS,
illg siimiuer. tUnla    ***"     " '
We regret we arc uot able to furnish EgKJ Miiiway, II, 0, Monthkai., P. Q.
our readers  wilh  au   account of llie tjfjug
iiitei-esllng eVelil  foreshitilotted in our , SfifiSMWJ^HjOTjj'JSj]
last week's issue, viz., Ihc liiarrlagu of | jJJ**--"*"~        *S'J "
Air. C. A, It, Lanibly I
of Midway, which should have taken
(ilacc on Thursday Inst.   The lu ide and
bridegroom were present and ull Iltil
Were in readiness, hut illifoi-tuuuti
iiwing ui sinoe uiifureseeu accident,
Kit hei     liein.iy,     who
tu it al offljlitlng nl the
not pul lu au appcaraiue.   Wind i.'n.i
leceiyed froui  Ihe   reverend  father
Blallllghis iniilaiily lu ul Ua d, Iuu Int.
to allow uf anulbei- clergymali lull.
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RENDELL & CO.
GENERALS
_£§1MERCHANTS
Vint ..III iiivt* inntiey. We
aie tin' lenders in Low
Prices, Ask yolu- neighbors
The V\ LiftFi'ont Store, trcer.wxcd
!OLSON&PHELAN
S. A. MD1B k CO.
i.-iiivt".,iii-. iii l; \   l.nii.n
Chemists anil Druggists
Vernon, D. C.
I'.ii" .i iii'i cttiMmock ill
I .rugs, (!lv.*micals,
l'.tit'iit Medicines
and Toilet Articles'
Prompt and Carafol Attention
 lilVI-.N TH
MAIL ORDERS.
I113TUPHII V. IHi\  HI.
ROCK CREEK HIJTE
MOUTH OF HOCK I'ltKKK.
1 23C.    X*il,t,cixcl»-li;!a,    IH-.;.-.
Klllffr-CUUB   ACCOMMOIMT
Full   Ul I..VIS,
„?^P^,.^r^^ Greenwood City and Boundary falls, 1, IJ,
GOOD STABLING
iWKXOcllolll Ki*<lli..K "ll  Kellle Itl.VC
  —     i ..iim.i   ii m
iGRAND FORKS
ii^; HOTEL
:
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»—-
if)        <§) GEO. P. MIMS, Proprietor.
Ghar*a.xi.d 3E1o2»1?s:es, tt. G.
ft\
■«i
ft-
Ikft
■: '" ''!-l1j. ■        I
-   .    .-'-     -.-      -J'
Hotel. .
alomalka
®
JERMS $1-50 AND $200 PER DAY-
Grand Forks, 1$. C, Below the Bridge.
Livery Teems, Saddle and Pack Horses and Ladies' M\\. h?m\
Hay, Grain and Wood for Sale.
Teaming of All Kinds a  Specialty.;
>.n"'uml" **% ¥ <"'' ll""""'-;OTRICTLY CIRST PLASS.
I'll,', cere.n,illy,   O.i bilu.-.liy ni im- j vj I \^
inglh-i liridil pu-ty, acci iipiuiad liy
(he uiolhcr of the bride-.llrs, O.nvil-1
illg, took a special conveyance and pro- j —
(.'ceded Io Spokane, at  which city ilia   n ■ '      I " Tl      ! J      fl   I       Di   1 I
-'Ptialsen'icewillhepcrfonnedilisPpOSpeetOPS      L1V6PV,     M      M     SUlO     StilllleS
expected to-day. "
A l-egtilar meeting of the Boundary
Creek Mining and (Jomineicial iissoelil-
tion was held at Gleeuwood Cily ou
Tuesday evening lasl, a large number
of the nieudiers lieing present, After
the reading uf the minutes of flic last
ineeling by llle secrelaty, mailers of
inleiest were taken up, the secretary reading letters received froui
officials of the 0. I'. R. touching
freight rate's, and from nther parlies
touching mallei's of pitrelv local interest lu Greenwood City. Mr. Siualles
as ooe of the delegates lu I he must, was
then aiiiaJ up.1.1 hy the chairuiaii—flic
vice-president, Mr. Galloway—lu give
lhe ineeling un ace.anil of Ins In burs
whilsl away, lo whicli lit- responded,
showing that upon arriving al Villi-
i-uuver he Immediately interviewed
olliaials nf the (J. P, It, lunching lhe
question uf reduced freight rates between pnlnls on lhe coast und Puutlc-
1.011, anil havitig discussed the mutter
pretty fully with Ltieiu, he tiirued bis
auciitiini In railwny matters, feeling
cerlaill llial lhe (J, I*. H. iiiliaials
roaii'*ed tlle necessity uf giving suine
t'elief to the iiiercliaitis uf Boundary
creek. Arriving in Viclurlu he, lo*
together with .Messrs. II. Wuud and T.
Mclb.iitu.il, the other delegates, walled
upon I he several parlies inieresled iu
furiiishing ilu- Boundary district with
railway facilities, itittl found ihal twu
''actions— ilw oue holding a i-iiarlei
liic,i piiriiuii uf lhe i.ail.., anil the
other, which is applying for n.uharter
liver lhe whole ol' the route between
the const, and the (Joluiubla river, iur
liigoiiljlng .inc nnu lh nr. Tlu-y |iuintcd
oul ilu-fiiiilily uf such a course, and
lbe) were as a dcpulalion, lie said, lie
lic.iinil, limlriiiiieiilul iu iillei'iing a
lecnnciliiiljun lielwcco fhe livo fac-
l |<iiih, which have nuw decided lo
iillliialc and pull logcllier. A public'
oicctiiig was lieing called fur Ihc dia-
L'lissluii of lhe quest ion, Mr. Sua,ilrs
said, just as he lett Victoria, an account of which lhey would iiodoubl
receive through the press. A hearty
vole of thanks was accindcd Mr,
iSuiailcs by ihnse present, alliippreclal*
ing lhe labor performed. After intending to some olher liusiness ofa
purely local nature the meeting adjourned.
I'AllllOIll'. * PBKI1S, Priirrlrlnr
Tiie Loading Mel
Id tiie Interior,
FURNITURE!
CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOAES JUST ARRIVED
-—"UPHOLSTERING*^
ROSStAND, B. C. VERNON, B. C.
THE
GREENWOOD
CITY<-
Is the Central To\v,u nnil Supply Poinl uf tllejWndarv
Cieek Mining (lumps. Knim lliis New Town roitils
lend to the
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
C. F. COSTERTON
VKHNON, 11. c.
' General Real Estate & Financial Agc#
!!. 0. NOTARY PUBLIC,
Tnt: IliiVAl. INSUIIANCK III V
The Ijoniiux ami IjAXWauiiiiii* I-'iiii;
Insubance (Joy,
The   iNsniAM'i-: Coy.  av  Numu
America,
The Ijiinhon a-.ii Canadian I-'iiii:
In.siiianci.; Cov.
V '   Thk Si'N bin: Assuiianh* Coy of
Canada.
The Dii.miniiiI'lit ii.iii.mi ixn Loan
A.iKiuiATioN.
j    Al'I'HAWEII  1**1.11 TUB Canaiia I'lilt-
IIANKNT IjOAN   AMI,  S.\ VINOS I'llY.
—ev*aWtr\P-W.:
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lois are Selling Freely anil a     a Good Invest inenl.
For Pi-Ire "f Lots and Olher [nfm-iniilinn, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwiiud Cily, lluund-.ry Gi It. II. ('.
Or Apply in Agents,
C. F. CoSTIaUTON, Vrnimi,   13, C,
A,  K, Btimi'T, Vancouver,  II, C.
ii. ki,vi;s, i'nip.
(iinui .Acconmiiiiliii imi.
licit Ijiiptors uml Cigars.
Kirsl-Class Sluliling.
ARMSTRONG   B. C.
IH All ff at iii
V.ll\^
KETTLE RIVER
VjIKTvVI-il.N.^
Marcus and Eoir.diry t'reek Poii.ts
STAGP, STATION ,\\li
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMOCATION
Best Imt Liquors i:nd Mm
Qeoi'lro  Kilv.niils - - l'ro|irieti;r
PIONEER"" HOTEL '^^^^^Mm^im^^mMm    H, WR 1G H"f
Grkenwooi) Cm, Uoukdary Cki-ek, 11. (
We ll
lli ivi'li-nin
class IiK't'i
jusl i i,i.-i i -11   li- a lm. e hut el ill Green woild Cily, a tut nre pre|
gtieals null prtivlde gnotl nceuuliiiodtitiun,   Guod Catering.   Mist
Stable.
WOOH & WESTEL
;::::;,i Windsor hotel
ml Cnterlug,   firs
PROPRIETORS
GREENWOOD CITY    .'.,'!..
.   G. E, SKfWIOUR 4 CO., Phops
Mr,
. . STRICTLY   FIRST-CLASS
Anaconda. B. C.
C    ADRIAN   MEYER,
Mining Broker,
Notary Puhlic, Etc
HiiiMiil. An:.. Viaivns. Ii.l'.
OKANAGAN
SAWMIL
SiTt'ATBD as tiik Main Hn\u TO COPI'KII
|li;U)Wiiu|j,   HKVI'.VUK,    QnKKSWOOU,   l.'iM
Lakh a(jh Oriitcn Uoundaiiv Cubbk Camw
Terms: $1.50 to $2.53 per Day.
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Repairing Noatly and PruDiptlyCooo
i  uidoMti) rtiwtrial) uucmtd iu. ,\-i.ii. **
i .\n;utiiiilii .yii'mtnlili'i'"-. Store.
NOTICE.
N.i'i'K I   Is HliliKltY (iB'KN ilmi iinli*
c-lllulli Hill lijliinili. in tin I'i.
KELOWNA, E. C.
, _      ,, il. jCl.l. lllllSI Hie  Illll  -i--i.. li   llieir, f. Iinui  in
Ronnnarif H311q R P   '" '"VSl""'1.11'' «*'i"i«'»>'_»cnuii-nei un
DUUliUal V X   dltO, ID,   \_,,   ..i* I .i.n nni v.,,\ Ti  |i..lf> I- imu. 11
J                 ' 'I'i.hiiiii mi,imii iii lirhlilfl-diiiiiiiiii.iiuu,
Vou can now pu.rchasp ec'iu- pniml doors, beautifully iinulc ind llniaiunl; window smli
laths, stiluses nml nil oilier luiuls nf litnini* inriilrifilngs, at llie Okanagaii Hiuviulll Ilollgli iuu
droflsod lumlier constantly on hand, Qrdoi-s tram KeiHii Itivor illsirict Hiilleiteil nml price,
furnished upun applltiatloii in
N. II,-a'nsli uml liniii-H al Coast PrlOM, ivill. Sllghl Advance tn enver oral uf (rel-ilit,
33.   LSQ-D-IlSifCE, PROP.
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PKOPBI.1TOE..
Centrally Located Stopping Place lor Three Different Stage Linos.   Nc
Trouble or Expense Sparod to Make Guests Comlorluble.
Strictly Firsf-Cluss and Charges Moderate.
Rest Brands Lipors and Cigars
Good Stabling.
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Lho said railHuy, nlmi ta |iuit')iuw nnd tipo wniei*
in Kuiierala ofectrlcal (wwor and ioa*llaml
l.n-r niiuii power,
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UOUOLL R IIA.VII.ION.
w.i Uti ■ Ui :■. ^Itcautl. BOUNDARY CREEK MINING ANO.MILLING COMPANY, Ltd. Ly.
Incorporated 21st October, 1896.
HEAD    OFFICE,    GREENWOOD    CITY,    tt.   C.
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OFFICERS OF COMPANY:
(f, ARTHUR RENDELL Prksiiiknt
l». A, HOLBROOK Manager
0. W. H, SANSOM   -   Sechktary-Tiieahuih-u
IIAXKEKS:
BANK OF MONTREAL   -   -    Vernon, B. 0,
i-W-
-N/V-\
VIEW SHOWS GBEESWOOD CITY AND LOCATION ()!•' COMPANY'S CLAIMS.
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This company is registered under the
Companies Act, 1890, and amending
acts, in the office of the Registrar in
Victoria, B. C, for 1,500,000 shares at
$1.00, non- assessable, of which a
portion of the Treasury stocK is now
offered at (j cents a share on application to the company.
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PROPERTIES.
The properties, which are absolutely
oivned l.y lh." Company, consist of
right claims king in a group (ind
named as follows I "The Fred. P.,"
"ti. H. B.," "Big Ledge," "D, A.,"
"0. B„" "S. F.," "tl. A, H." and "3.
A. ('.."lieing fully shown and explained
in I he Map Plan annexed.
 ♦	
DESCRIPTION.
On Ihe "11. A." N a vein aliuil 2D
Inches wide, with a pay strwik of 4 to
12 inches; frinn this 8.(131 Ilis. of ore
was shipped ti. Ihc smelter, giving
$1(11.15gold pi*r Ion, silver 74 7*10OVA,
and 2 per eenl. lead. A Itiunel is being
driven on Ihis vein from which ore is
being taken. On the snuie properly is
a larger vein (.piarlz) currying gnlemi
and pyrites.
The " (i. A. R." has a .Klf.xit shaft
sunk on a 2-f.mt vein, heavily mineral-
feed wilh un intimate inixtni-eufir.nl
mill copper pyriles, galena, blend.- nud
illverglaiice. Thelinesl plecesofwlresll*
rerfoiniil onBoiiiidaryCreek weietiikcii
frum this shaft. Avcnige assays from
different phices ncros* the vein gave
fiH.ntl gold, .VI oz... silver; also $K.IIl
gold und 15(1 ><».. silver nud nne, the
latest return—$15.05 gold and IW) 1*5
o/.s. silver per Inn.
On Ihe "Big Ledge" is a lOfont
quat'lK vein, uiitieriiliM'd ivilh Irun
pyrites, This vein Ims been opened
up liy cross*ciilson the surface for 600
feet,    A  niiri-nwer   vein   has   been
Campamjh Properties are
marked thus ///////
Company jfacorpordfeiL
21* Oct 1896.
opened up, being one fool, wide, ritrry-
iu|i considerable copper pyriles, nod
runs inlo the inain ledge as 11 spur, on
which a tunnel uf 40 feet has been
driven. A enrage assays gave $1*8 gold
nnd 11 in ozs. silver, and $4li,S5 gold,
I7.!. ozs. silver, 2 per cent, copper,
The "0. It.'' has two distinct veins;
line 25 feal. wide which, I'i'iim its strike
and geiitjral eharacler would seeih lo
be flic stime. vein as thai un Ihc Big
Ledge,' although suSicienf lias niil
tiein dune lo make lliis t'nuehisive.
The second vein hns nl present. 11
width ..I nearly three feel, Assays
bnve shown values in gold frivin $1,110
lo $170,611, while 11 cnnservallve iaitipl-
iug by Mr, S. S. Fowler, M, E, gave
$20,00 in gold.
On I lm " S. H. B." nre two converging i;elns of copper and iron pyrites,
on wbich work is now lining dune. An
averuge nssny gave, gold $1.60, silver
Hi; n-/:., cupper II.im per cent!, or
$10.11 fur all valu.il.
The "I'l'i-d 11." was liicated in December, IH!)5, more, as ground for a
iniais I'm- mining opei-iitions fur lin
Olher clttiui tun fur its present vulue,
llllll. a . Iln.ro is Utile doubt thai the
ill _ rein no lbe 0. B. runs through
it, Then- is a small vein uf galena oil
lllis claim,
The "S, F." lies Icl weed lhe G. A. II.
aud 1.1. A„ in the direcl iuu of llie strike
on died. A. R. vein, This local ion has
been made on a vein of pyrrhotlte.
The "1T1 A. Oi" has a large iron-
cupping running lhrough it, from the
Anaconda, at a depth of a few feet,
lhe ore curries 11 cnusiderahle percent-
nge uf of copper and $10 in gold,
N. B.-80ALE ON THIS MAP 1600 FEET TO TIIE INCH.
Capitalization 1,500,000, Treasury Stock 700,000 Shares.

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