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 i nt; AUVMNLfc.
Vol. VII, No. 5.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, MAY 31, 1897.
$2.00 per Year.
R
W. JAKES, M. D„ C.:
HY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      :      :      :      BOUNDARY FALLS.
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D„ C. M.
VKItNON, B. 0.
Lath of
St. Thomas Hospital,
QR. OSBORNE MORRIS,
VCRNON, B, C.
Graduate of McGill University.
Latu Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Yale.
T   P, McLEOD,
Baurihtkh., Soi.iciToii, Etc.
Anaiikm..., 11. 0,
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
Of lhe Supreme Court of B, C.
notahy pumac, MTo.
VmiNON, II. II.
LJ   S. CAYLEY,
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR.
(Ikani. Forks, H. i'.
C    ADRIAN   MEYER,
Mining Broker,
Notary Public, Etc.
Haiinaki. Ave., Vkiinon, II. Cl
pHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKHNON, H. C
Commission and Insurance Ag-'t
NOTARY PUBLIC.
J.
K.JOHNSON,
General Collecting ntnl  lnsurnm-u Agont,
Mineral Claims Bought unit   Solo, Notary
Public.
('RAND   FORKS Tl.   Cl.
pOIHlES M, KEUBY, I'.L.S„
A,M.O,S.O,E„
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR.
NOTAUV l*l'l*l.ll'.
Midway, B.C.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Protects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Flans and Estimates In any
Portion of tho Province Immediately Attended to.
Haps and Plans pf Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Campi of Kettle River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
T   II. FEATHERSTON, 11. A., So.
Mining Engineer and Assayer.
RryHRSiDB Ave,, (Iiianh Forks, B.C.
O. A. Guess, M. A. II. A. Guess, M. A.
GUESS BROS.
Chemists and Assayers
Thoroughly fimiilmr with Ftiu*viuw anil
Boundary Creek Mineral Properties. Properties Examined. Assay« and Aiiiilynuri of Ort!H.
FucIb, Etc.
MIDWAY, 11, c.
GRKBN-iVOOD, H.C.
u. Ti H0DQ80N
BOUNDARY C.KEWK
Engineering and Assaying Co.
G-rem i wood Olty, B, (V
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough At'ipiulntuiiuu with tho Kottlo
Hivcr nnd Boundary Creek Mining
DlRtrlutR.
GROCERIES.
Large Shipments Arriving Weekly. We buy the
the Very Best. Brands, and sell at Wonderfully Low
Prices, Give us a call and he convinced that our
prices are the. lowest in this seelion  of country.
Boots and Shoes, Ming, Etc.
We carry a large and well-selected stock of aliuve
and as we. purchased our goods for 8POT CASH we.
are ennl.liil to give mu- ciislotneis the liem-llt. nf the
Discount.   Give us a Trial Order.
' "W. T. gjbjsgtjfo-i?d. a-xid. Oo.
W. C. Haywood.
W. L. LEONARD,
OTEL PENTICTON
Haywood & Leonard, Penticton, B. C.
Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake
With Steamer Aberdeen fot Fairview, Osoyoos, and Oroville, Wash. Also
Camp McKinney. Rock Creek, Midway, Boundary Falls, Anaconda, Greenwood
Cily, Carson, Grand Forks and points in Washington.
Ample Accommodation Top Hunting Parties.   Guides Furnished
Good Boating and Fishing.
VERNON ■ SAWMILL
SMITH k McLEOD, Proprietors.
Sash, Doors. Mouldings, Turnings, etc.   All kinds of factory
work kept in stock and made to order.   Coast Cedar worked
into Furnishings a Specialty. All kinds of Lumber, Lath and
Shingles kept in stock.    Best material always in stock.
Sawmill on Okanagan Lakh, Handy to Shipment.  Sash and Door
Factory on 0, P. R., Vernon.
ESTABLISHED
, 1670.
WHOLESALE ANI)
Retail Dealers in dry
goods, boots and shoes,
groceries and provisions,
wines, liquors and cigars.
Special Attention
Paid to Mail Orders.
Nothing but reliable goods
kept on hand..
A.  TRIAL   SOLICITED.
Hudson's Bay Co., Vernon, B. I],
"P. O. Box, 64.
BEFORE....
Making your purchase of
• ••
Don't forget that we have
just received our spring
stock of men and boys'
ready made clothing,
heavy cloth and flannel
top shirts, stylish dress
shirts, underwear, and a
mil line of hats.
1
. Your choice of any suit
in the house for $15.
Respectfully yours, etc.,
The White Front Store
GREENWOOD, B. C.
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION. .Tnlln Mulligan and John Frost toTHos,
  Wliieli.
Record of Mineral Locations for the Colmntlo, all Interest, Thiia, Hardy,
Week Ending May 24th, 1897. John Mulligan anil John Final t„ T.
may IS. : Wn ah.
Glriiler,  Long  Lake ramp,  .1.   A, Virglnns, all interesl, Thus;   Manly,
Frank. *'"'"i Mulligan ani John Frost tu'lla s,
King of the Hills. Greenwood camp,
0, J. Lundy.
•Murlielh, While's camp, A. McNeill.
St. (:lnir, Summit cainp, J.W.Yuuug
and A. L. Rogers,
Dasay, Christina lake, -las. Lult'criy.
Big Chief, Cedar ereek, .1. II. McDowell nml .1. T. Liiiilian.
Kll'cy (fractional), Brown's cuuip,
Frank McGuire nnd F, Slonechest.
Sliiplelon, Grand Finks, H. Hewitt.
Lakn Chief, Christina lake, M.Angi I
Walsh.
laiay. j inleresi, Thus, Wnlsh in T,
Oliver.
Emerald, 1 Interest, Thos, Walsh tu
|T. Oliver.
Molilalia, [ Inleresi, Thus. Walsh In
T. Oliver.
Ciiliit-.tiln, '. interest, Tims. Walsh to
T. Oliver.
Vlrglniiis, I iniiaist, Tims. Walsh In
T. Oliver.
McKinley, all Interest, P. II. bun,.
lined Kirk, Wellington cninp, W. Ohas. Granl tnThns. Morrow
,1. Allm-il.
Liuii- Perry, tiai-dy mountain, VV,
It. Moore and J, Mcintosh,
Yellowstone, Nurlli Fork,,1.11. Kelly.
Lancashire, AiiHcoudii, S, Taylor.
MAY 111.
Ciiy View, Skylark camp, I'l- ('-
Brown, J, I', Hiirlanand W.A.Corkell.
Legal tender, Smith's cninp, N. G,
Laplanie,
HAIN&CO.
MIDWAY, B. C.
KSTABi.itiHKD 1883. Having im\AeA t„,,st,.|,iis„,i general
MAINLAND     NURSERY     COMPANY) merchandise liusiness here, we l,eg our
patrons lo look out for our future nil-
LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH. -   COLUMBIA
Our  Spkcialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT   AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,  PLANTS AND VINES.
Send for Free Catalogue.   |   E. Hutcherson, Manager,
MARCUSandMIDWAY
ST^GrE   I_XSTtt
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i p, M
Arrives Creenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 v. M
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m
 §	
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS
XX.   D.   MORKISON,   FROPBIETOB.
vartiseinent in this paper, Don't huy
your summer supplies until you see
what we have to offer.
may 20.
Trill, Christina lake, Jus. Ilieks.
Ontario, Christiana lake, A,  ii. McDonald,
Surveyor General, Seattle cainp, A.
C. Sutton.
Brothers, Granite mountain, ,1. I.in
geufeldei nnd W. Slake.
t'ERTII'lCATE OP WORK,
MAY 16,
Shamrock, A, li. Anderson and John
Hush.
Thistle,,I. .I. Lemli nm. John Mush
anilll. A. Barton.
MAY IT,
Buttercup, .1. .1. Farrell.
II. Bell, II. McCartney,
Delaiuar, 11. McCal-lney,
Eclipse, W. T. Smith.
San Bernard, ('. S. Gallo.vity,
mav IS.
Gulden Eagle, J, Blaiidf.
Tinlic, Thus. Iiiiriin..ulli.
Illi'ti Ryrle, (I. Hicken,
Lizzie, II. McElVcli anil .1. Mcintosh.
Van II e, ('. Sliuirl, S. Aiiliiii-*....,
.). Puwiider and C. A. Powudei',
Hillside, fl. Alchinsnii.
Tip Top, (i. Alchinsnii uial .1. SprilU.
Heckle., M. Manning,'; .1. Murphy
anil 1'. Flynn.
Teller,.I. K. Kcll.-y and 1). McLaren.
Lincoln, J. Kdiy iind 1). McLaren.
Hope, '(.'('iis Tiu-scti,
Carler, A. (1. !il»arils.
MAY IH.
Black Bear, .1. Newhy, S. Henderson |    Reven
Silver BiihIii,nil luteresl, I-'. II. Llllll**
tnChas, Grant,
Wanela, i, Ihteresl, I-'.  II.  I.nntz in
(Tins. (Ira.I.
Flisi". 1 Interest,   Win,  CkiIiiiii   In
(hen Buyer.
Copper Stand ml. | Inleresi, Win.
Craleau In Owen Buyer.
Pli se, J inleresi, Wm. Uriilean
In Cueii Buyer.
Queen of iin- Lake,nil Interest, Owen
Buyer to F. Buyer,
.MAV IS.
Viola, lianas, Ucnriclla, { Interest,
0. Carter lu.las, Md oiine.ll.
Queen of the Hills. Bum hern Belle,
Bay Slate, Ace High, Iniugeliu anil
Ilny..!, nil interest, A. Carter in ,1. Me-
t'nllliell.
(iniil Nugget, Dewinloti nml Liltle
Winnie, il-lii Inleresls, C, II, Hull in
.1.  II. ilivil.
Daisy. J iiileii'sl, .lames Lilferly tn
A. ti. Liilinenil,
(' 't, \ inleiesl, .1. Taylor to Miss
A. V. Davis.
Portland,.', inleiesl, W. ,1. Schuiuek
In .Mr-. A. N, had-.
Silver King and Kelly W„ all luteresl, Jus, Davidsnn in.I. H, Biuiib.
III.I a | i leal. .Nells l.lll sell III 11. S,
Cavil V.
MAY 20.
.Miiiiiiaiiuii'. Fidelity, Ki-nser. Maw-
guiidii ainl Prngresa, nil Interest, .1. ('.
Olson l,i M.J, lin Lm.
Saint Louis, 1 illlcre.sl, A. Fnrlii-r tn
.1. II. I)i-ln-iel-.
Si. i, ni-, i i -i..|. |i. Desrosieia
i.e. Km! ier.
Tnllol. Ci'i-sn. vnlive, nil inleiesl, ,1,
Dawson In Geo. II.in ley,
MAV 22.
I'inii -, al! ini. resl. Nnl Bennett,
nun   Prank  M.   Greenwood   tn  .Neil.
Ilennell.
Illeri'St,  1-'.   M,   Green.
and R, Murray. I w Iinl-. Mi-Farlalii*.
Kiniherly, 3. Newhy, 8. Henderson     Plonee,-, J inleresi, Ned  Beimel! in
nnd 11. Murray. J, II, McFnilane,
MAY 20. * ° <
Hain & Co., Midway.
To
We are taking First-Class
Mining Properties in hand
for
A  NACONDA HOTEL
♦ ♦ —————————
/♦♦♦♦♦ ANACONDA,  B.  C
Visitors to the Boundary Creek Mining Camps, Stop at the Anacoiid
Good Table - Good Beds - Good Liquors - Good Stabling
N. Tholl, Proprietor.
F. B. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, B. C
D. McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kinds ol Work Kxoolitod to llio Hiitin-
clion of Cimloinors.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery
SPOKANE   FALLS,
P. <), Box 582, Washitijjtor*
Finding 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 Particulars
Apply to
L. C. DILLMAN,
Broker, Spokane,
J. W. 1<EE1),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Work Warranted,    nMin
Strawberry, .1. 11. liillio, T, Goody
and T, Stephenson.
Granite, J.B, Rillio, I. Condy nml
T. SlepheiiBiin.
Slur nnil Crescent, E. Evans and ll.
P. Mildicll.
Mountain View. .1. Slack.
Virginia, Owen Buyer.
Mnnlreal, A.Aiidel. nnd J. Boyer,
Sl. Louis, A. Furlus, J, 11. Desroslers
nud Ivi. Perry,
Mny Flower, .1.  Raiisport and  11.
Mack.
may 21.
Nellie May. II. II. McKcan.
Sunset, R, Wood el.nl.
Crown Silver, li. Wood, et nl.
Buck 11.mi..I. M. lilnckliiiin.
Luke View, Alphouse Peon.
may 22.
Mayflower, II. 1'. Toronto,
Grand Forks Belle, English ntnl
French company.
Tamarack, John Spralt,
Seat He Clark, Seatlle Gnld Mining
company,
Bniiniiza, English nnd French (inld
Mining conipiiny,
Swede, W. Conkle,
Skylark, Ohas E. Roger,
Denver, (Tin-. 15, Riiger,
Silver King, John Douglas,
MAY 26,
Leiioriii W. II. Swansuu,
Wood Uiiin, I. C Gales.
VankeeOIrl, I,. Mersnn,
Vankeu Uny, I,. Merson,
TRANSl'IillS,
MA*.  16,
Grey Eagle, i luteresl, W.W. Spinks
|,,l'. Van Ni—-
linlil Nugget, | interest. C, P. liulf
in.I. A, Finch.
Dowlnlnn, i lulerest, c. K. liulf lo
.1. A. Finch.
Little Winnie, ■ Inleresi, C, 1-1. Hull
in .1. A. Finch,
mav 17.
Twenty Stamp Mill.
For snine i imi* pasl il has lieen under-
sini.il ihal llic owners nf the Tinhorn
(•Iiiiiii in Full-view couletnplaled l.riijlt-
ingln n BJ slump mill i" work lli	
taken ironi thisclaim. Now,however,
this matt er isa certninly, as sonie uf
llli- llinellinel v hns tllrcilllv arrived al
Peiiliclon, ami a cnni ancl has I.ecu let
for ils reiinivnl from llial point lu Hie
cninp mi tenuis, n distance of al .. lill
uiiles. Tlie i ntilracl an,is ini Ions in
lie moved sn liy lllis il uill lie seen lllis
plnnl ia nil l-Xti lisive nne. An soon ns
ihis mill is sel, up mul is i mining, it
will In* tlie second in upernllon in
Fairview, and Ihis alone sin.nld give
nn I'lll'lll-sl nf lin- Iiiiiii-.. Ilivi'f is in
sinre for lliis cituip nml iiinrc purlieu-
larly so when ii is i>eiiieiiil>ei'ed ihal al
al. no dislanl dale il is quite possible
Hie aiiinl..a- ul' mills in o|ieratioii nl
this |iniiii mav In- Increased liy nl least
aiiulllel-olle, uliiiil  niil  lie  placed  in
i-iiiiiii-ciiiiii ui;h Hn- .Ine Dandy piu-
perty,
MINING   NOTES,
Theeltiliti adjoining the Carl lino ami
Amelia "ii lhe soiilh In Oamp Mi Kiiiuy
is called the Saw Toolh, an.I Is owned
liy Andy I'nlllilKiln nml Mi. Grnhaiu,
(In Ihi- pt-operty work lin-. jusl I.e.";
sliu-teil nml as n result nf very liuii
I prospectliig n line ledse of ore was mi
Wednesday last struck, which fr as
position a i nl I rend and sui-fnn1 showing
lllllilli-.- In I I 11 II-'-  Millie.   Hint
is if assays -Ini V H to I"- a- :; I  n-   il
Inoks.   ill.' ledge is -'.ine  II  feel   wile
nml de,illy defined lulu..en L'l'.al ■-.   a .
eieii iiii the outcrop, su ii should he an
easy malt er to rarry nn developinenl,
which in ihi- ease lakes the form of a
shnfl, whicli has already heen started,
Tlie Snw T'niilh will  mul.ml.I.alia ho
St, Joseph, all.jnlcrest, Char ire ||Mm| f|i Mv01,.     fc
In Margarel (lire.
Excelslur, i i rest, Charles Gire in    'IT wnei-snf lhe Hie, Bug claim in
Margarel Hire. Camp McKI y ltuve decided tin- -
Lucy, all Inleresi, Thus. Hardy, Jnlm  nee lhe develupiiienl nf this pin-
Mulligan nml John   Frost in  Hi-.  iy, and now calling for lenders
Wnlsh, Inl lhe sinking ui aUl fool -lial'i.  Tin-
Eniei-nld. all inleresi,, Thus. Hardy
.lniin Mulligan nud .lniin Fnisl to Tims.
Wnlsh.
tiig IIiik lies sou'h of iiiid corners nn
in llie Mimiiehaliii cluim, nnd also
adjoins llie Mountain -I p which lies
Molilalia, all inleresi. Tin... Hardy,  to the nurlli .-mil wesl of il. EDITORIAL NOTES.
IV E in nice in a reccnl issue of the
Colonist, tin*question of the location
uf the International boundary Hue between tin- Kettle River section of
British Coluuiliia and the State nf
Washington, P. ti. A., is touched upon.
This question has received our attention al intervals dining I In- past three
years, nn niii-uiion giveu t.i it not
with Un- ohjecl of fomenting trouble
between two governments, but solely
for tlle purpose of endeavoring if possible to llml nut ns in whether any
foundation really exists for the belief
entertained by many thai the commission appointed about thirty-live
years ago in establish the locution of
lbe llllll parallel, lhe li f deinurka-
tlon between the two countries, only
Imperfectly performed their duty. If at
•lie time of tlie survey any mistakes
vere made whicli were not sitb.se-
uienlly rcclillcil. then the sooner il is
found mil the better, and if ou the
ilher linnd the errors which are believed in exist by many arc only fancied
and not  real,  the  sooner litis loo is
peeled, wns found al his post ably
directing the ninny operations attendant upon the commencement of
work upon no important, property,
upnu which n large ntuounl of develop-
ment Is lo take place. Having made
known his mission the serviter was
atfalilv and eurlcously invited to inspect Ilia outside ntnl inside working of
the property nnd during ibe cuurse of
inspection, the fart, was noted that all
improvements are being carried out
systematically nnd with a view of
insuring great stability, and this wns
iiiiignilicenl nnl unly in the clnss nf
liiiildinus helng provided tor the ac-
i'liiiininilntion of Ihe miners, bul ns
well ill llle devdnpment, of lhe inine,
as upon del-ending the shafl which is
now down a d.plh of aboul (HI feel,
the reporter saw for llie Ih-st lime in
this sectiun of tin-country a really .veil
timbered shi.t't, nud mu- whieh is iu.
tended to insure absolute safely to lhe
men working under ground,
Having arrived al the Lotion, of tin
shnfl llie visitors presence occasioned
n cessatiou iif work fora fe..' minutes
while Ihi' miners with their lighted
SHOES!
SHOES!
SHOESi
Ladies Fine Shoes and Oxfords.   Shoes for the Little FoIk.
Shoes for Miners and Ranchers.
We Handle Hardware and Hardware Only,
W. J. ARMSTRONG & CO,
Hardware, • Tinware ■ and - Stoves
... SHOES FOR EVERYBODY.., ANAC0N0A-B-c-
Ot%J?  S&ixocsSs:  of
tnnde clearly appiirenl lie- better it	
....      , .. i ..   . I   iL'lllell cmnllea, pnllll.eil mil,   (Illll   llllll
uill lie lor all ciiuccriii-il, us ll   is un- . , ,
.        , ,   ,i      -,- ,-,  ,, loo witli  Hve nml iii-iil... lhe course
i leiisiint to tlie citizens ol both conn-     , . , 	
..,;„..,, ..i , .... ,i... ........   lund exlenl nl llie ore  Only,  which  is
; now visible iii Uiis mine nml which
was found to be a well defined vein
extending mi Hu- ensl end nf lh" sh ifi
nies the enterlniiiineiit of the feeling
"f Insecurity which tho ^agitation of]
Ills question gives rise to.
Having during tin- past year paid
11 tent ion I o tbo Kootenay and other
mining district** nf British Columbia,
Professor Carlisle is now un n lour of
inspect ion of Ibis section, nnd will in
-lie course of Ins examination take
under consideration nil the principal
properties iu the Vernon, Osoyom und
Keltle river mining divisions of Yale
disiiicl. lu his official capacity Mr.
Curlysle has been able to render valuable services to tbe province, as by the
issuance of reports bearing the stamp
of authority, much confidence hus been
engendered among those pnying attention to Brilisli Coluuililn, as a Held for
i'l'iiiitable investment In mines, a con-
lldeuce, it mny In- said, wbich could
baldly have been created In any olher
,.ny. Thnl Ilis reports should engender
conlldence, however, is not to lie wondered al, for the simple reason thai
I liny ui-e compiled from cold hard facts
and reflect only the true slide of lbe
mines nud milling Industry in the
portion of lhe province so far brought
millet'observation, In Ihc section of
the province now receiving attenlion,
Mr. Curlysle will find plenty of material
upon which lo Imse au interesting
report, and if every facility is ottered
liini by inine owners and olher for
gathering Informal ion, no doubt 1 lit* j
resull of his labor now begun will not
(inly inleresi themselves but will In- of
interest lo the multitudes outside the
province, who arc ever and anon seek- j
I  jusl   sueh   information  as  Ihese
1.111.-tills  compiled  by   Mr. Carlysle
c.iiitalus,
— ♦ —
'•Vlmt i, strange govci-iiinutit il isl  A n.nii i
mi-. Imi unil iviniiidrd lusi t'l-lil'ilnry hy ll civil
-it..".i.l. Tn qulul llio popular dunnim), opinon
iit [putluga ivltik*tlio*ollior*flyo licatiiiottt uf i
llie nutter, a sort of liivcsllgallon Into tlio ciiiiso
ai II... siinntiiif*- lliis hi-'lil lairl.. in Mnii-li.   Krilin
Ilia, iiiiii- tu Iiii* nu furllicr stops Iiuvl- lieen
l-ikuiitiy tliopiopor aullioi-lttos,tlio num ..In.
aa injured being fin-coil in lin.- mil in lako lliu
inil ind. euitil lodge Information,   As u coiiku- I
11-a o of tlio pi-cliiuliiiu-y jlioatiiig boforo thu
[iKigiHirutCH List iveok Mr. .McMynn uns i-oin-1
nni odlfol*trull.   Illll ..Ind people wnnt lukiiu-v
o: Arc ..--jliving!n llic iiiiitliorll.ciilnolooiilli
ciliary I llocntisoa until happens in lien Gov* i
in at'illli'iul is in- llioroforo abovo llio lu.vsl
n- nnili-i- n spools! prolecllon if he disregards
Imm .- .Mr. McM.viiii may ur niny uut havo boon |
iiislillotl In llic nil ..lii.-li lit- acknowledges to
In.ing committed llu- i|ttoHtlon is nuw nub
in'i.c whoro it sbuii'd Iiuvl- boon long ago.
Anil tills is prueisi-ly lhe piiiiil
Tm*; foregojiig extract appeared in
the Boundary Creek correspondence of
The Pitivincc. It is lo lie regretted
tla.t a newspaper of tin- standing of
The Province should huve such ill
maliciously iiieudacltius correspondent
us 'Blazer," Tin- cnrrrspondoiitmusl j
lev.* been familiar with nil the pro-
cei'tlings leading up to tlle trial of
('instable McMynn. He must bnve
known tlmt Hood, the person woundedi
lm I been waited upon by a local justice
of the pence and asked to commence
proceedings witli tlie object of having
a proliniinary hearing. He musl have
known llnil Hood refused to lay nn in-
fo.-iiiation until nfter the return from
I-i,Uml of il. T. 1-Iiidgson,J. I'. II.-
musl have known Hint Hood wuuld
in.I Hike nny steps in Hie ease until
after H. T. Hodgson, .1. P., became a
im iiber of the Greenwood Citizens'
i'' iiniilt.ee, the object of which was
to - au-crutc McMynn. He must have
known that although the charge was
laid before tl. T. Hodgson, .1. P.. mi
lie lllst March, Ihc cuse was nnl |
brought to trial until tbe lltllh April.
That tills delay wns nni, caused liy the
government, but by Justice of the
t'eice Hodgson, n member of Ihc
l <ain-ii wooi I Citizens'Commit tec. Tbe.se
fuels " Blazer" mint have known, as
tin v wore nil hroiighl out In evidence at
(In- piiilimlniiry hearing before C, A.
il. Lanibly, S. M., .lames Ken-, .1. p..
ami ll, T. Hodgson. .1. P.. a u iberof
Hie (Ireeuwooil Citizens' Committee.
 ...	
The Minnehaha.
Recognizing Ihe fuel thai lbe fame
if lbe Minnehaha inine in Camp (McKinney was gradually spreading
throughout the Imid. uml nil authentic mining news is eagerly sought after
l.y nl leasta secllon of the population
md Tliu Advancf representative
helng a visitor in the camp during tin*
past week, u call wus made upnu tin
iienl uianager of this company, Mr.
A insley Megtnw, who ns niigltl lu- ex*
lbe whole width uf lin- face, dearly
and well defined belween guild walls,
while on the wesl, side although the ore
body hardly tilled up ihe whole side,
yel I here were signs visible lhat this
would lake pluce as soon as a few ina-e
feel of depth were attained. Tbe
l-easun flf this being more ore on one
side of the shaft than the other, needs
a lillle explanation and is accounted
for froui lhe fact llial. Ihc shnfl Is heing
sunk pei-pendlciihirlly and is gradually
owing to Ihe dips in (be vein, cutting
iliHiugh ll, Although this will not. he
attained entirely until quite .n depth
has been reached us the dip uf the vein
appears only lu In- slight, iindiilsofrnin
tin-furl her fuel Unit lhe vein corners
across the shaft as it were to some extent.
From Ibis vein ts now being raised
to llie Ihe surface nre that is Idenllcal
in character witli that always laken
from the Carl I mine near bv, with
otic except inn. and that is it, is not al
presenl. so highly mineralized, The
E.lllie class of mineral however being
presenl, gives promise Hint as depth is
attained lhe ore body will contain n
grealei' iimount of ciiiicenli'iitiug matter, and indeed the ore body and Ihe
dump already give evidence uf such
being llle case. Wil hunt being over
sanguine il can be said that Ihe prnspecl ahead of Ibis mine al present look
extremely bright, and ivnulil it is believed he enhanced it the manilgeinenl
would Install iiiiicliinery, which al
ansrale will soon lie necessary, in lbe
shape of n small pump, hoisting works,
nnd ii small compressor plant, thereby
enabling a more convenient und rapid
develupiiienl. nf the property,
AUCTION SALE
OF DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. HARDWARE,
UNDEIl AND HV VJRTUKof Ihr |iower«
rimiiiincil in it onrtttlti Chattel Morlgu-ju,
luitriiiK dun* ilie ;!nldm-uf Novoinbor, A. 1>.
lUW.aml maclo hy William TlmxlerThumpsnn
of Kaiiriow merelmnl, ns mortgagor, tn mi;.
Mm uwlorrilgiiotl, ns innrt ague. Micro will bo
olforod fur side, hy Public Auction, un
Wednesday, 16th June, 1897,
Ai Kftirvlow, mi ihc nromiBea hereinafter particularly dweribotl, nil tho ^luck uf Dry Uoocis,
Grocorioa, Hrmlwaro, Urtiiri, Palon! Medicines,
Saddlery. NoHoiib, Kan-ay Uoods,and all othor
ihc balance uf lhe stock in trade which die
said mortgagor hud at ilu* time uf the milking
of the saia mortgage, Bituato in uinl upon lift
sluiTitnil ]]n;iiiisc.s nl Kuiivirw Miningt'*iiii]i,
In the Ouoyoow Division „f Vide DIatricf, in ihc
Province of Hritlnh Columbia, together with
all lhe rigid title ami interest ot the said
mortgagor to thoualdstoreandpremisoB, which
may bo inure particularly described as n idut uf
ground, beingotKJfeel in length bv .Vn feci in
breadth, sltuato above Um Rattler inillalto
proporty of ihc Stralbyro .Mining Company,
together with tlio said storn and all buildings
nnd ollior tilings in and upon wild pint of
ground.
Tlio above stock nf goodfi *vill be sold on bloc
al n rate on the dollar as per inventory. Tlie
inventory and goods can lie noon by intending
puroliasors at the said siurt* at nny' tlmo prior
iu the tlmo of sale,
Tho further tonus and conditions uf sale will
hi* made known at Hn* time of sale, and may be
liad in iin* meantime on application to
D. A. CARMICHAEL,
Fllll'vlow, Mny I.i, 181)1,        Knirviinv, It. (\
Our stocK is now complete and is guaranteed for style and
durability. Ymi are respectfully requested to call and examine
goods and get quotations,
J. McNICOL,
Midway and Anaconda, B C,
ABOUT SHOES...
To get the most value out of your
mines or to be the most successful in prospecting, you need the best tools and outlits
to be had. We have our Shoes Made
Expressly for Prospectors and
Miners.     They will make your outfit
 """ ""', v"u JS  better, they being the best, and will not
cost you any more than eastern goods made by people who
do not understand your requirements. We have all sizes and
kinds.
0. B. & P. B. NELSON
NELSON, WASH.
J_____K
Hoc llml tills stamp.ia on the
bntroni -md you
Hum tu i;.i i. gooil
Crockery,  Glassware, Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Bellows, Anvil-. Heating and Cook Stoves, Woodenwai-e, Hush
anil II uns. Pnlnls mid Oils, has been selected lo meet the
reipiiieiiieiiis nf the country, and will be found most cninpl'de.
Sjpeoiabl.-fbi.es
Je.ssop's Steel  (any size); San  Francisco   I'owder,
Caps and Fuse; Miners' Outfits.
Jo'b'bizxg*   Shop
Any order in lhe Tin or Iron Line will secure our
Prompl uml Careful Attention at n iteasnniihle Figure,
W.J. Armstrong & Co,, tlie Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaconda.
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
§2$ The trade centre of the Grand m
§tg Prairie, Kettle river and 5$|
|P Boundary creek mining and ffl
ap agricultural country. ffl
P| Situated at the junction of jp|
dm the Boundary creek, Marcus ffl
gfis and Reservation wagon roads, g
Wi Nearest point to the Colville S
fl
ml
ffl
ml
m
reservation mines.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
THE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY, IfETTLE RIVER,
First Class Accommodation,   Uood Stabling,  Terminus of Stage Line
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & McCUAIG, Proprietors.
ffl LOTS AS GOOD   AS GOLD m
M
iritt,,. ,, .     , (WrL
jjjfcM l*or pi-ui's ntnl till iiihi'i'iiilonn UJo'i np;>ly In ejjji
m C. E. STUART ■ ■ ■ AGENT M
CAHSON, (III.-'Nil I'HAIHIl-:. II C. £lS
m,
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
OortlDcato   of Improvement*).
NOTICE.
'rut: I'oi.ia.iiii. Miskku. t-i,u..i,
Sllunlo nl  Cnmp Fnlrvlow, In tlie Osoyoos
Hlnlns Division ol' Vnlo District.
TAKK NOTIOK llnil I. Cliarlra lii-Huls
(li-ci'ii. ua ngonl fm- Kviui Morris, Imu
minor's ooi-tlliontu Nn. 1)1101, inloiui, sixlv
a...- from llio ililic lioi-cnf, tn npiil" i<> tin1
Mliilnitltoii'ii-ilcr (or n ci-rililcnie iif liiiprovo.
iin-iiia. fnr tin' |iiir|inau nf obtaining u (i-n.vn
granl nf llio aliovoolalm.
Ami further lako nolieo llml notion, iliuloi
sn1ilmi ll",  nnisi in- rn nni..ni-i'il boforo tlm
i-slliltlcl> nf sin-li ei-ltilli-nli- nf Illllll'tlVOIIIOIlU,
linied lliis Ullli day of Jtitroli, isuv.
NOTICE.
QITTINQS of Hie Licensing Courl for tin-
O sniiiliiirii iiiirtinn iif ihe Odoyoos Ilivision
nf Villi' Dlslriol (.III lie linlltl-il 111 (lauviliw (Kill
Mitl.vuy un Tuesday, .lium Iiiiii. 181)7, nl cloven
ii'i'lm-k in iin- foronoon,
ISrt.l   ('. A. I.'. I.A Mill,Y. S. M,
Oovonimoiil Olllco, Osoyoos, May li 1807.
NOTICE.
NiiTK'l-: is HKRKIIY GIVEN llnil uiili
Hi.,   .vriltn uont   of   aliiireliiililera.
ro|irosi.|illngt.vo*llilrd»of tltocupllal stm-k nf
Tlie Illllllnti   Miiiin:.- nnd  Millliiie (' ,,„„v
il.iiiiiiid blnblllly), tlio lii.iiilnlll|.|.nf sail)com-
nany ..ill lm (ciiiii.i'il frum lii-riaiivniid. in llic
lllstrlot iif Vulc, tn Jlliliniv, in Mm raid
lllstrlot, on tl.c 2lm ilny uf .lum- noxl, in ac
i-ii|-i],-illi-r uiili -i-eliiin tl i,f lho "CoOlimillOR-
Acl, IBB,"
liivcii-v 1.11. ('.. Mm-Kill. IS',17.
-I. ('. IIA IS. HaSIIOI.I'II STIA1IT
I'rc-.i-lei.l. Hoot-oliiry.
GREENWOOD
CITY^-
Is theCnntrnl Town and Supply Point of tho Boundary
Oleek Mining Cilllips, From Ihis New Town roads
lead to llie
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lola are Selling Freely ami a    a (loud Investment.
Km- Price of Lots unil Other Information, .Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood Cily, Houiulary Creek, B. 0.
tb- Apply lo Agents,
C. F. Costerton, Vernon, H. C
A. K. Stuart, Vanci
THE FASHION
FEED - LiiVEpy - /\p - 5/1EL - SJflBLES
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always on hand Good Single and Double Drivers, Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Centle Saddle Horses.   Pack
I lorses for Hire.
H; Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
BROOKLYN -HOUSE
OltEENWOOD CAMP, BOUNDARY CREEK, 11. C.
Good Accommodation for Travelers.   First-cliiss Monls Served
(Jooil Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF, PROP.
GRAND FORKS
®        (») GEO. P. MIMS, Proprietor.
■0*x>ai(33.cl Foriks, 2ES. G.
STRICTLY piRST QLASS.
(|) JERMS $ I 50 AND $200 PER DAY*
M. I-'. 1-111,(1 Kit,   l'liOl'lttl'I'I'dll.
B. il
The Golden Gate Hotel
FAIRVIEW, H. P.[
T. Elliot,    -   -   -    3EB-i?o][33t»i©-fco2».
(1001) ACCOMMODATION,  UOOD.STABLING.
Stopping1 Place for Stages to and from Penticton and Oro, Wash. McLAREN BROS.
Good Accommodation and Moderate Charges.
ISJffo Clxixxese Help
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.   Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.  Saddle Horses a Specialty.
Grand Prairie Hotel
CAHSON, KI'ITTLE BIVER, II. t.
Situate in the Immediate Vicinity of the Boundary Creek Mines.
First-class accommodation for the Traveling1 Public,  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
PROPRIETORS LOCAL ANI) DISTRICT.
An addition Ik K. tic linllt to the
Miners noun, hotel ut Fulrvlew, und a
licence is being Applied for liy lhe
proprietor Mr, Mm-ris.
H. C. Cai-r.iissayer ul Cuuip Full view,
wus In town Wednesday,|?iviii|r testimony in the case, Jel inyii v. tiuess, und
left for Inane Thursday.
Mr. Morrow hus secured a con tract
for the building of severul miles of lug
fence for Thos. Ellis, of IViilirtiin.
The fence is being erecleil belween
Meyers Hat and Fail-view.
Mr. House, an old time resident und
liusiness mail of Nicola, was a visitor
at Fairview a few days ugo, ill which
point business in contiedtiuu with snme
of ihe mining propositions nf tlm camp
necessitated his presence,
Finns have been dl'ilWII for u very
line lintel lo be creeled al i'liii-view. by
the townsite company, llu- inaiiagii-
inenl is in lhe hands of Messrs. Dyer
and Davidson, The plan discloses a
hnndsoimi and commodious liuililing
and one which would be a credit to any
pluce, nn mul Ier Imw prclciilinils.
(I. sliiirsoii bus bought Mr. Feather-
stone Interesl in lbe Fail-view sawmill,
which is at present located jusl eusi uf
ibe ea hi p. Mr. Shiii'son although nut
an old bund at the suwtuill liusiness,
has yet had some experience, and having gnnd business qualities and contracts nu hand for a large amnion of
lumber, will 110(loillil make a success
of Ills new venture, He expects shortly
to move bis mill closer to Fall-view.
Mr. Haiiimiind, niieof llu- principal
share holders in the Btratliyi-e
Mining company of Fairview, recently
paid a visit to this distiicl, taking in
the cuuip named und also Oamp McKiuuey. in conversaliuu Mi-. Hammond expressed lhe belief thul the
Strathyre company mav again at no
distant dale resume operations upnu
the property lhey own in Ihis section.
Thii-company's iii'II is at present leased
Io Lhe Smuggler company, hut nssnon
as the lease expires il. is expected they
will make use nf It themselves.
The eiiiii'iiiiiiisaninnni uf iiiuilinullei-
thul is lieing pusscil Ihrmigh the Penticton office bus necessitated lhe eiir
plnyment of un assistant l-yillr. Wade.
This heing the cuse the authorities
should mil he slow in appreciating tile
necessity uf furnishing all ine necessary
help In lhe rendering of un efficlelil
service at this pninl, as lhe olllee is
l-eally u .cry Impiirtaut une, und nne
in which.'i i-nsl tiinoiuil nf work devolves upon iin- shoulders of lhe
iiccupunt,
A guod in.ut uinl u uuicli needed nne
ts|heiug graded fruln Ihu stfuuilmiit
landing ui I'l'iiiiciiiii in iin- bridge
crossing iin- Oktiiuigiiii river. Tills
will allnwofu free bundling nf freight
hetween lhe fuut nl' Okaitagiiu lake and
head of Dug lake. Tin- bulk nf the
freight desliueil for Buillidai-y creek
poini.sisnoii' lielhg curried Iu Okaungaii
Falls, Ihepiiriiigi- hPtwecii llie two lakes
lieing tiiuili- by tennis, afler which il. is
carried liy sleaui in ihc foul, of Dug
laken distance of 12m- It miles.
 1- *.
MINING   NOTES.
The company having 111 hauil IheJoe
Dundy prupei'Ly in Kali-view, are already mining nn an extensive scale, us
they employ ahuul. SI men, and are
opening up the priiperty wilh sliufls
und l.uunels ,il lire ditfeicnl pnlnls.
Soon however lhe number of man will
he increased us a resull  nf llle inslal-
'latinii nf machinery, which is to take
the form a 211 stampmill for llie. treatment of ore, the creclinn of an electrical pltiiil al Oknnagitu Fulls, ami
a tramway fm- tin- carriage of ore
Imi Ween thu mine and the pninl at
which the mill is In lie creeled upnu
tlie Okaungaii river, abniti.il miles ensl
of the mine. Even al llu- present lime
engineers are employed siuveying lhe
tramway line, and as smin us Ihis is
dune nn diiulil ii she will be selected.
and the necessary surveys made in
connection wiih ihe electrical piiint.
The necessity fnr uu electrical plant
will be reiidily (inilerslniiil when il is
explained that ihis conlpany Intend
operating their 2(1 stamp mill .villi
electrical puwer, ami will make use of
it in connection with lhe tram line,
and fnr nil oilier uses in und nboul, the
niines, The puwer will huve In be
transmilied fm- a distance of ahout ten
miles between the puinls ul which it
will he generated uml used, hut Ibis
will he attended with little difficulty
or loss of power, us bus ulreudy been
demonstrated ninny limes over,
' The contract bus heen let for a considerable uuioiiiii uf development wnrk
to bed.me on the Adams Company's
group of claims on Kruger mountain,
.lohn McDinigall of Fall-view secured
lliu contract., and under his personal
siipervisinii Ihe wnrk will be done, The
property consists pf tlie^Divide and
other claims, nil of which cuntaln
quarts! of a free millingI'liiii-iirtrr,frum
which very sntisfnrlnry ussnys have
always been uhtiillied, Should the
shufllng und tunneling In be nuw done
proveof ii siilisfnil.iiry cliatucler, it is
quite pussilile snuie means ..ill be provided fnr lho working nf lhe ore,
which from Ilm pnslllnn and extent, of
the veins cnn he mined in large ipilllltl
ties ami ut a very nniueuul figure,
The treatment of ihe ore would nlsu be
an easy priipnsi I inn ns I tit-re is a spend id
Bight fora slump u.Ill upnu lhe property, close lo a small hike, which
would afford ample watei- for reduction
purposes, a question of firsl importune*
in the handling nf a free milling
property.
D. A. Carinichael is steadily pegging
away at the Victoria claim in cninp
Fail-view, und wilh fairly gnnd results.
From the eluiin ahout 60 Ions of ore
wns milled when Iirsl Fairview sprung
inlo life, the returns from which were
entirely sat.isfact.ny. The nre that was
milled was taken from two enoiinous
pockets which were situated about. 150
feet aparl.nn the claim. Having mined
this the owners commenced to cast
ahout for indications of a true ledge,
tail, wilhniit success, and no wall could
be discovered. Recently however gond
walls have made their appearance in
which are encnunlered small pm-kels
uf rich me. carrying iron pyrities,
galena, nnd sunn* free gold, are indications which biilnt. In llie fuel Hint ul
uny time wnrk will disclose the vein,
wbich lhe presenl nwiier is confident
is mu nnw fur nil'. Altogether lhe outlook for ihe Victoria i» very promising.
Alihuiigh placed in pnsiliiip the compressor pluul nt the Cariboo mine in
Oamp McKinney h(l» not as yet lieen
sliirted up, nwing In tiie fact of au in-
sulllcicnl uiiiniinl. nf puwer being available, Ihe linilers upon the ground having proved ofa rapacity unequal to the
lask of running tin- compressor and ut
tlie snuie time lhe hoist and pumps,
ll has Ibeiel'iire been decided lo install
a new holler, and Ibis, it is said, is now
oil ils way aa.I will sunn be ill llle camp
nml m pnsiliiip, und us soon ns it is ill
operation, sinkinganolhci-lOOfoot level
will commence;,
Wnrk bus been st ill-led on Ihe Cold
Dollar a properly situated on Kiuger
iiiiiiii.lain near Fairview, and owned by
T. Elliot and ,1, MoDoiigiill. As the
name implies, the (told Dollar is a free
milling gold proposition, and from
assays received froui the ore treated
wuuld indicate lhat the nuine is wel)
deserved. Althniigh little work has so
fur been done upnu lhe claim, yet there
has been discovered a guod strong vein
uf ore, the Hue exlenl. of which the
presenl work is calculated lo give a
fair Indication]
Some fine samples of ore are on
exhibition at Fall-view, taken from
claims recently located near and lo lhe
north of Meyers Hut. The ore is of u
free milling, i-nncoiitrating character,
lhe gungue heing a quartz carrying
iron and enpper pyriles, but owing its
.•nine principally to ils gold contents,
DR
PATENT	
FEEDING BOTTLES
FOUNTAIN SYR
TOILET
;| J. A-
DRlitKllST,
MIDWAY    -    -    B.   C.
FOR SALE.
('limn.   Two good (-.wliilc horses,    Quid.
Apply fo J. A. UNSWOHTH,
DruggiBt, Midway.
■SHEENWOOD CITY MEHCANTILECO.
GREENWOOD CITY, B. 0,
: ■'.
• Ml
-AND-
Lip Dealers
Special Reductions lo
of Town Trade.
!*^?l ?*\^1 ^CM I"U"M rcM ?*tM
MIDWAY!
a^****************~********** "^■>\>n>*v>^   wu?}
Bi«3   THE  FUTURE SS-rpsS
M RAILWAY, MINING AND |||
I AGRICULTURAL CENTER OF      I
rl'M       'f^i»><rjf«i***i***«.ji-**i« *«■  ■■■■ii ■—.——.■■ —,i CAt-Pl
|   Tie Kettle Biver Country 1
1® ■      i ffl
$P ,       w
5ft5   Lnia nn l-.ii-ii  1 (Tin*, to Actual Residents', jjtew
'/mS lnr Particulars AddK to   Srer,
 U ■       ffl
A. K. 9TUART,    (in to    R. C. ADAMS, §£#
Alum w, II, ('
Mii.vniK.u.. I', il
VERNON,
B.C.
l*ADMOt»B * I'KHllS, Proprietor,.
Tlie Leading Hotel
In the Interior.
FLOUR-f    ->;-FLOUR
We have commenced tin- manufacture of Flour nnd are in
the liusiness in stay, and ive now oiler the following brands for
sale: Hungarian, X X X X, Strong Bakers and Superfine.
Also Bran, Shorls and Chopped Feed,
Patronize Heine Indusin and keep tin- money in the district. Our lloitr has been pronounced the. .superior of any now
manufactured in Brilisli Columbia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
FURNITURE!.',     . !! '", ou     ,
r®**w~ 5 [Cheap! Cheap! Cheap!
CHEAPER   THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED
THE ©SLY PESFECT IffNCE.
U,« W0VEM1E FENCING
E**fcr-^..
■"UPHOLSTERING'
ROSSLAND, B. C.
VERNON, B.C.
THESE
FENCINGS
Mamilacta*cil and Sola by ^S " '*•'•' AS
The on1"ar-o ti.nz. f:ncing co., Ltd.
l'.C.UD, (IllllltlU.
.Mi'.Mi'lli-ii'... Ciiinii- Sli'i'l   Win- .' i-I I ilia- fin- liiaiia. i-filllli'}   \eni-. la.vii
feliuiliKK, ulr,   Arc siilii niiicli I,una- thi- yeiir I lum a. it Iii-I'iiii-.
TliiiY Aid; tiik Hi>r.   Ask v  ll-iriliv-iiv Aliai-linni fur llii'in.
CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION
- OK A-
rORBIGBf    COMPAMTY.
"Companies' Act," Part IV, and Amending
Acts.
Highland Queen Consolidated Mining Company
(Foreign.I
liKGISTMtKI) 1st Day ok .May, 1807.
T KKHBHY OKItTIKY tliat 1 have this dav
1   registered tlio " Highland Queen Consoli*
ilnli'd Milling Company * (Foroigni, under ihc
".Companies Act,'Pari IV. "Jtogistration of
Kuri'ign Companies," and nmojiding Acta,
TholieadofiTeoof ihc snid Company is sim-1
iitednt tlm City nf Spokane, State of washing*
ton, U.S. A.
The objects for which tho Company is csinb-
llslicd nre:
1st. Tu purchase, locato, own, nml oporaio
mines uinl •iiinintf claims, iind lo mil llu*. mimic,
ftjld goiiomlly lo curry on the linsiiicw of mining in ihc siuic nf Washington mid iu ihe
Provinco of liiilish Columbia.
*2nd. To locate, purnhtuo, own, otioralu, nml
bell water righto in ihe State of Washington
alidtliP Province of British Colnmbin,
3rd. Tn purchase, construct, build nml
operate quorlx milk coiiccnlrnlors, -une tors
nmt any other machinery or contrivance (or
the purpose of lllllil'lgor lhe reduction of ores
in tlie places iifiirewilil.
•llh. To borrow money fm* the purposo of
ttftlil coi'poralion upon bonds, nolea, hills, nr-
ec|jlnncei orutliui-w|HP,atiiuell rule of inleresi,
nml niiuii Mich tonnHivB Hie Irtwlooa of ihe Cor-
poratfon rIiiiII deem boul for the liiloroaU* of
ihe -niil corporation! nnd Lo saonrn the pay*
moil of lbe snme liy iiiorlgiigc upon lin* property ot the Uoiiipaiiy, or ollior wise ns ihe
Ubard of Trustees nmy dotortilltlO.
Tin; capital slnek of lhe snid Company Is one
iiullitiu dollars, divided Into one million shares
of lbe par value of one dollar inch.
(liven under mv hum! nnd ftoal of office al
Victoria, Province of Mrllish Columbia, lliis
Isl ilny of May, 1807.
Jl,. s.i  S. V. WOOTTON,
itogmtrar of Joinl Stock Companies
R08SLAND-
Greenwood.
THE BEALEY1NVESTMENTAND TRUST CO.
LIMITED LIABILITY.
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
.... FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS....
Fire Insurance a Specialty.   ^k^^-TiT
1 Livery, Feed anil
(irand l-'inks, li. ('., Ilrlnw the lirlili*.'.
I Livery Tcsis, Saddle iiiid Pack Horses and Ladies' Saddle Horses
Hay, Craln nnd Wood for Sale.
Teaming of All  Kinds  a  Specialty.
THE
.-««^rt**«jv-r\*T\/nin^^^t^i3i**?*4
Practical House and Carriage
PAINTIN
Paper Hanging, Graining and Sign Painting. Also Kalsomining
and all kinds of Decorative Work executed by
E. Nash ■ - Midway and Greenwood City.
PIONEER-HOTEL
Cilil INWDiili ClT\,   lldl'MiAin   CltKKK,   B.  C,
Wc lia vr just iipi-ni-il Ihr .-ilu ua Imi i-I nl (iivi'iniiiiiil I'ilv, unit mc |ii-i'|'iii-.-il
tn .vi-ln'iiif iiaiesl*. anil iiruviilc gutitl ticcdinttiinliilMni. (limit Outf-rlng, l-irst
i-lilaa l.i.i-n Slllllll'.
NELSON & TYNAN
PROPRIETORS.
OKANAGA1?
y*    V
jijmy ,|
ftl/P- .-,     -.
e''-£ \N^ It t'J ■■
AWMILL
KELOWNA, B. C,
MINERAL ACT, J 896.
■pertlftcftto of  tmprovoinentSi
NOTIOl!.
Maple Leak Mineral Claim.
Situate In Camp McKinney ln tho Osoyoos
Mining Division of Yale District.
TAKKXOTK-K Hint t, James Lynch, freo
minor's coillllcato No. 70224, Intoud, sixty
dnys from the date horoof, lo apply lo tbe
MinhiK itecorilerfor n cortiflcato of improve-
incuts, for the purpose of obtaining ft UPOWli
(friini to the above claim.
And further take notice tlllll notion, under
section 'Al, must he commenced before lhe
insnaiiLTof suchcci'lith'iUe nf improvenirnt^.
Dated Uiin 23rd day of .March. 18«;.
Notice to Joint Stock Companies.
THE following Kootloti, numbered Mil. of the
"Companloa' Aot, IBUf," relative to Ihc
Issue of a free'niner'H oortidoate to published
for the iuforiiiniiiin of .IointStock Companikh
JAMK8 BAICKIt,
Minister of Mines.
Provincial Secretary's Ofllco,
lllh Mny, 1X117.
1(11, Not withstand! iig mij'thliin io He eon-
Irary In seolion I of ihc "Minonvl Act. l8WI,"or
section4of iho "Placer Mining Act, ISIII/'oi'
elMcwhercin tbcsiiiilnctsiir oilier the niiiiin*
laws nf the province, no free miners criilinitc
shall hn Issued ton .Inlnl, Slock Company for a
hinder pi-rind Ihnn one year, and such uerlill*
nilcslmlldal' from Iho SOlli daj of Juno in
each year; unit every 1'iee minor's cerlillcate
held hy a.hunt stork Company nl tho passing
of this Aot shall be valid nml oxteltng until nnd
shall expire on lho-With duy of June. I8J".
riioii itnplvlng torOnow nny such cortlflcaln on
or before lhe wili day nf .lime, the Joinl Stock
OoBipUny slinll be entitled lo a robftto of n pro-
portionale amount of tho fco paid for n cortlfl-
caic heretofore Issued ftccnriling lo lho furtlior
time for which il would hul for ihi** section
hiueboen iaiui,
TABLE
Showing the DntOS nnd Plnces of Courts of
Assize, Nisi Prius, Oyer nnd Terminer nnd
General Gaol Delivery for tbe Ye;ir 1897.
HPH1NU  \ssizr.-:,
! Niuiniino Tuesday,   lib May |
New WeslmiliHler  Tinwdny. IIUi M;iy
Vancouver  .Tnc-dny, i>'ih \Jaj I
\ iciorlii   Tuesday, iMih May !
Clinton        Mohliny, Slitl Mnj '
Kn.inlo,']'-' Monday, 71 h .liilio '
Vernon     Mm.day, lltli June
'Nelson I   - Monday,i!l*l June
SDonald Mondiiy.'Sii, .Innc |
■S|ieei..| Assise,
KALI. (MijyZrW.
(Union Thursday,^rd Sepii nil.ei-1
Von mn nnw piirehnH InMHinrl ibini'-, lieiiniifiilii innde 'ind llnlsln*i|; wlnduw   ash.
laths, Rhlnglos uud nil olher kludn oj [ion -■ iiiiiiHliinn^, ni ihu (Jkalliigdll Miwinlll.     Itough nnd
>Im--nl l ber em liuitl) .hi I I,     Oni-1 - fr  Ketlle Hi ier dl-Urlul wIIcIUkI anil prices
'IIMti-Ill 'I ll|lllll applii IIIloii III
N. It. ,-n-iii.iii i iiiH.i-.i i -ii   lh , ill liKlftfln Ulnuwe tu cover cost nf freight,
13.   __*tt€&XTXJS£_tt,  PROP.
Kii'lilli'lil     	
Monrinv. 2Hh Hejitcmhcr i
K «
 Mondny, Kb October
I.j-IIiiii	
. Vrblfty, Blhficlobcr
..    .    .Moiulny, lliii Mci.iher,
New Woslmllisto
.Tuesday, 2nd Novombor!
Vancouver.   .
Monday, 8th November
\icioiii     ..    .
.   fj'tieaday. Uiih fcjovemboi (
Naiiiiiniii, , .. ,
. .   Tuns-day,-'Hid Nmrnilur
VERNON LIVEflY. FSED AND SALE STABLES
.i***. ..: ..-<,***ra,*.Mi»»a*i*»*r
Gfiml -ini-lc iiiiii (liiitlilc drivers unci siitlcllu horses. Laclius'
(rentle double and singly drivers und saddle horses,    Horses
hoarded by the week or month,    Uox stalls il desired, llnrses
broken lo harness, and horses and cattle snid on commission
Dealer in ll.iy mid i^rain; wholesale antl retail,   All kinds of
heavy learning atlended to,   ( orncr Mission and Tronson sis
W. G.\l I'M it, Pronuetor, BOUNDARY CREEK MINING AND MILLING COMPANY, Ltd. Ly.
Incorporated 21st October, 1896.
HEAD    OFFXOB,   GREENWOOD    CITY,    tt.   C.
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OFFICERS OF COMPANY :
fl. ARTHUR RENDELL  -  -  -  -  Pbkbidbnt
I). A. HOLBROOK Manaqeb
('. W. H. SANSON   -   Skcbetaby-Trkauubeb
RANKERS:
BANK OF MONTREAL   -   -   VgRNON, B. 0,
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VIEW SHOWS GREENWOOD CITY AND LOCATION OF COMPANY'S CLAIMS.
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This company is resist red under the
Companies Act, 1890, ancl amending
acts, in the office of the Registrar in
Victoria, B. C, for 1,500,0(30 shares at
$1,00, non- assessable, of which a
portion of the Treasury stocK is now
offered at 10 cents a share on application to the company.
-sm
^r.
PI^OPEI-JTIES.
I'lm properties, wbich are absolutely
u.vni-d hy the Company, consist of
riul.t claims lying in 1 group nnd
named iu follows:" The Fred, D.,"
"ti. H. B.," "Bin Ledge," "D. A„"
"0, B„""8. F.,""G. A. R."«nd "J.
A. C," lieing fully shown and explained
in ih- Map Plan annexed,
DESCKIPTI ON.
On Ihe "II. A." it a vein ahout 20
inches wide, with a pay-streak of 4 to
12 Inches; from this 8,063 Ihs. of ore
..a,. shipped to the smelter, giving
$103,15 gold per ton, silver 74 7-10 ozs.,
and 2 per cHit.. lead. A tunnel is lieing
driven 011 this vein from which ore is
helng taken. On the same proporty is
a larger rein (quartz) carrying galena
mul pyrites.
The " 0. A. K." has a 30-foot shaft
sunk .ni a 2-foot vein, heavily mineral-
iziai wiih an Intimate mixture nf iron
ami •..ppi-r pyrites, galena, hlende and
sil via (.'lance. The Hurst piecesofwiresil-
ver finindnnBoiindaryCreek were taken
fnnn 1 Ids shaft. Aveiage assays from
different places across the vein gave
(8.00 gold, 50 nu. silver; also 98.00
gnld nnd 150 ozs. sliver and one, the
lai est 1 -I urn -$15,115 gold and 1064-5
um, silver per ton.
On llic "Big Ledge" is a 10-foot
quail/, vein, mineralized with iron
pyrites, This vein has heen opened
up hy cross-cuts on the surface for 500
feet.    A narrower   vein   has  heen
"^s^p^5-
__^iii
opened up, heing one foot wide, carrying cinisiderahle copper pyrites, and
runs into the main ledge nsu spur, un
which 11 tunnel of 40 feet has heen
driven. Average assays gave $33 gold
and 11*10 (iy,-., silver, and $40.35 gold,
17J ozs. silver, 2 per cent, copper.
The "O. B." has two distinct veins;
one 25 feet, wide which, froui its strike
and general character would seem lo
he the same vein as that on lhe Big
Ledge, although sufficient lias not
heen done to make this conclusive.
The second vein has at present n
width of nearly three feet. Assays
have shown values in gold from $4.00
to $170.53, while a conservative sampling hy Mr. 8. S. Fowler, M. E. gave
$20.00 in gold,
On ltiu"S, H. B." are two converging veins of copper and iron pyrites,
on which wnrk is now heing done. An
average assay gave, gold $1.50, silver
lflj ozs., copper 11.00 per cent., or
$40.4-1 for all values.
The "Fred D."was located in Deeemlier, 1805, more as ground for a
basis for mining operations for the
other claims Limn for its presenl value,
although there is little dniiht that the
large vein on the O, B. runs through
it. There is a small vein of galena on
Ihis claim,
The "8. F." lies l.etweed lhe G, A, R.
and I). A., in Ihe direcl ion of Ihe strike
1111 the 0. A. II. vein, This location has
been made on a vein of pyrrhotile.
The "J. A, O." has a large Iron-
capping running through it from the
Anaconda, at a depth of a few feet,
lhe ore carries a considerable percentage of of copper and $10 in gold,
N, B.-SCALE ON THIS MAP 1500 FEET TO THE INCH.
Capitalization 1,500,000, Treasury Stock 700,000 Shares.

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