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 THE  ADVANCE.
V l,     i ■    \
Vol. IV, No. 24.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1896.
$2.00 per Year.
D W. JAKES, M. I)., CM.
HY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      :      :      :      BOUNDARY FALLS,
C. AND VI, RAILROAD.
tillipr point, or puinls on tli.' western itessiind courageous independence in
a ml uf ilu. nml us may lie decided llie face of the liiernriliy, which glows
Extra-it from Engineer's Report.          upon s nnd It dims uol in any my make In vivid conl null Lo llie shameful eon-
Spejiklng of the mineral  wealth  uf Ihe cnuutry ti'lluilaij* tour dependent imliceof ilia Orange preiniei'.   Two
lhe country through wbich the pro- un nny of llie Aineijrnn cities fur its weeks ago we said  'Iinl   Sir,  Ijiurler
posed line of the 0, &W.R. istohuilt,  trade, bnt will, on thu contrary, trans* wins facing I he political crisis ..I his
the Company's englneui reports us fol* for lhe trude lo  Vaiicuuver mil  Via- life,   Weuru lioiiml tu say thai he lias
'i                                                lorlu, or eastern Cliiiiiuli.iu  inula cen- trliiinphiinlly faced llie crisis, nud has
Solioitok Sri-iiKMi-: court, I   " I he ledges nn Boundary inoiintain  ires," emerged iiuiiieasiiral.ly slicugllieiud
Niit.iiiv p. iiiji', iiiNVKvaxiia., K-i-i-.            near ('rami Fnrksniid Camp McKlu-     Fulluwiug ismi esllumieiifduit.nm'_s In the eoiillileiice of Ills follower* uml
Office iGllnioro'* Block, liurnunl Avniin*.    : Hey we very iniich wider thul) Ihose nl   |.,.|„,rM Un, different sections iiii  the  the reaped ami iidniimtl f  his op-
vni'M'N* ■ '<■ ''■    Rossland, and lunch heller dellnctl mi ,. e from. Trail loPeiiliclnui punenls,   Before I lie IDial of March I."
_„„.„...       — :Hi..  Biirfiii..! for a greater   dlsli I ■ -4.11 I.. Rout-mil 12,5 Miles »
J-1 -1--IWU8, though few of Ihem are iis high grade Russland to Big Sheep creek,
as the heller mines al   Uossluml.   A     Chrislinn lake sum 23.(1
greal iiniiilier of Ihese ledges an.  un-  |ii_ si p, Chrislinn simuiill
donliledly rich enough In ship lu any     lo foul, of Clirlblinnlake    .27.0
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Elc.
OPl'lCBi Martin's Bloek.J
V'KliMIX, H.C.
pOUBES M. KEHBY, P.L.S,,
A.M.C.S.C. K„
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR.
VERNON, It. C.
LEQXJI3VIE   SSS.OS.   -fie   OO.
kel o -vi*- ar a. .
Dry Goods, Groceries, Beady-Made Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Orders froui the Lower Okanagan will receive prompt attention.
Prices Reasonable.
,T   P. OBOWELL,
TRONSON ST., VijRNON,
CONTRACTOR AMI BUILDER
Olllee and Store Fittings a Specialty.
P  II. LATIMER,
VKIIN'IIN, ll.C.
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
Laud  Surveyor.
Mem. Amor Soo.Irrlg. Muss.
Assaying1 and Analysis of Ores
PENTICTON HOTEL
.1. TiiuiuiKii, I'wii'uiKTim.
Pleasantly Situated at Foot of Okanagan Lake
Stage Connection with ti. ti. Aberdeen to
Faikvikw, Osoyoos, Boundary Creek,
Kettle River and Points in Washington
All Arrangements Made por Providing
(it'iiiissAsii Outfits for Hunting Parties;
Good Boating and FlshtiiK,  It"*-' atid Sail limits for Hire
smelter poiul on lhe roud, Hul, whili
lhe prospects I'm llilscuuiilryaieei|ual
if um superlnr lu Ihuse of any oilier
purl of America, wilhoiil a miliuml il ISuiuinil.Pussrri.eklii.\li„wiivl(I.O
Isof no use whatever, as It Is tuo I'm Midway In Incanap puss., ...'mil
from any railway (00 miles from Wei* luciinaii puss lo Peullrton...lH.O
lingtiiii camp lu Marcus)locoiniuercl.il
centres. At present practically everything ii-ii I in Rossland und 11..' Buiiiid*
ury creek country conies froui the
United Slates viii Nnrthpoi'l lu Ross*
Innil ami  via  Marcus in   Buuudury
Chrlstlnii lake luOriind Fucks 13.0
Ci.iinl  Fork* in -a ii uf
Puss creek  21.0
Total dlBlance from Trail in
Peiiliclon IS?..*, Milns.
    ...
MINING NOTES.
creek,   Such n road as you propose In
Io view nf ini'i.iii event., llie iiecessi.
iy Inriiii nrgaiir/.n
f ilns eharacler
luiilil   wuuld,  whilu develuplng    111- ■',, ,    ,. ,    ,
' Is llli' i a. 111111,11. nl.    ll   is   nulv   I
, I iv-    Iii    an    eii. ii-ii,, ,i i s    I. vli.nl      nil .
coontry to an  enormous exlenl, ul
unci, make ii tril.ulury to Vancouver
union uml ro-iipcruliini   Ihul a   all.-i'l,
lever, nn affillile, all eslliiiul.le,
uu hoiiesl iiiiiii mi Uml dull. In* he"
nunc n greal iiiiiii.
" If Ma. Lain ii-r i ulilil give .1 siilisl'iii-
imy guarantee I" the peuple i.f Chiiic*
da ilinl 1 guvi* uiiin' ni under his lender.
ship would uul iliaiaai.li/a ih. tain-
inerciiil life nf Ihe Diiiuiuioii, tlm next
elect inns would land him iu power mi
11 wave uf overwhelming popular approval tlml would make lhe clinging,
j hypocritical bends uf biiiiic nf ilm presenl  listers -iviin."
. •.
IGNEOUS ROCKS.
Tha following interesting anil nhle
arllcli Igneuus lucks, Ly Ma.  Hoti-
anl Wesl, A.R.S.M,, appeared Iii a re-
cell I issue nl ilm New  Denver  Ledge,
ami lia effectively placed un Ilm often  .
The article should prove nf particular
und Vieloria, and I cn it conceive of        ,.    ,  , ... Inleiesl lo prospeclors here
' erratic   liehawnur uf ilia g,-ui|,>mrn
any puhlic work, ilm eoinplel ion nl  ^ j.1(, r,,,,,,,., ii«-1.-, w -, f 11..- ,-.',iiiu, v      i   "I ****ould like Hi suy u  ton   winds
which would s ich redound lo ilm, , , .    * , this week leguidii.g a iiii'iil-ir mlscun-
advhnlages of Ihose cities. I   M "«'s, il i-mid ure hcuig ,, "";'!,,,,.,„ inh „nh„  Uli     ,)f |1|(, ,,.,.,„
nil Ilm uuy lmiu Iuruimi tn   wink   ill
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C. M.
VKHNON, II. C.
l-.TM of
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, I'm;.
1HAS. E. COSTERTON
This roud would thus he nf advant* I""""".". '','". '"*   '" [ ,,,,1'j.l.yrv.   ll   is  generally  used and
.iK" m lVn.inn.in yways,   ll ! ","' ' ;ml""', "»"'»■   ','""  '" ,s   «;|. ,,M„; „sl   ,,„ly  ,,,,-k  „f  Ig-
neons iirigiu ilinl fur pmposes  uf ilis-
liiicliiiu, il   cerlainlv  liecomes neces-
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A..M., B. 0. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND    SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN*
wuuld develop Ilm liesl Inlliiligci Iry  l,li1"" '■    Is I here such n scareily nf
in the world, and twoof the hest fiirin- " rs in Ihe piwhice as this wuuld     	
in,,. ,,i ,.:„„ I,, ,i>„ inioi.lm. ,,r lii.ltlsli  iiuplv I or is the. imporled article lo he ,. '   ,. ...
lug aiiiiiillacs in Ilm iiiiemir nl ifrlli-.li i     i i sury lo ciiiilinc lls  a|i|ilniiiiiin   wilhui
Culuuiliia-lhii Okiinagan i   Kettle "hfl ,h" s U1'h P1'1' 1" ''","1- closer limils tlinn appears to  I lie
river valleys,   ll  wuuld  transfer  Ilm """'   lf s"'  ll"'   K ''   organized L' |mwn|,
ininers' iiniwns ure established lhrough I
mil   I 'uuntrv,  Ilia  heller I'm-      The lerm is derived fr  tlm La	
country, m.l I, nli,,,, tl„. |.s,    i l""'H..vi'". wide aiia- purple, so that
„„    . .. , , originally il. wn* applied Inn nick uf
The initial steps'"■    i    ......    .
Nelson tu form a i
greul llrilisii Columbia trade from
.. „ I Spokane tn Viinciiuvi'r nml Viclorin,
' where it uut iirally belungs, and wuuld
iiniiu'ii.s.'ly increase lhe revenuesof lhe
Govei-iiiimiit, As no unheal inn ul
what mny I xpecfed ill llie Bun Hilary cieek country, when developed by
railroad facilities, 1 introduce ilm Iul-
lowingstalenieiil of llle uilLput nf Ilm
Rossland niines, tugelher .villi tlm
iiiniiinil nf revenue, Duiniuinn and
Provincial, collected, taken from official record :
OUTPUT UF MINKS.
.Inn. Isl In Dec. 20th, ISI5
lieen laken nl
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates in any
Portion of tlie PjmvIjioo Immediately Ai- j
tended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos!
District und Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division.
  Tntnl $7:-.0,lll)0.(K), ,     i ■
1 ., u.i oo- n-irinn   Vll'ted of ('IIIIlll-lUllipillg, llllS I II null
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.   P'*"'. reU'llllc cllllecll'll J.i.,000.001 |U| ^   ^^ ^-^ ^ ,   u . .   '	
HUM,   REVENUE CIISTUIIR I'OI.LEUTEI',
Aug. 1st to Dec. 20fh, 18115,
Russland... ^^(jo.q,, reported as having niinle the asseiliun
Tin- iiiislukeii i.lta. Iirsl uriginnted, ..
lhat inlur nliiiiined  in  Egypt, which
""'"l "'Kiini/Ji I „.„.s inunil verv useful for oi'iiaineiilal
hull In piulecl and l ..■ "a  Ilm   iiiinliia
iiiiliislrv nl Ilm   prinince,   Ilm   prime !
movers being Messis. H. E. Croisdai'e,     "'" ' V* we liearnl purphyries of
A. H. Kelly and John Huuslnn,  Willi h'"1.1"":  .'''"'-: "'T !' "'  """""'  "'"
  , ,   ., still I ( f I nulliili ul tlie until   does   Out
Ilm uialter in simli good litmus its sue-
... ,      , . | Ulillnl I.    I he Hllle |.ulph\rv nf Cnl.
cess  shuuld   be iissured.   A   genenu '    '   •  •
,-       ,.,,   .  ,,      .,   ,,.,  , ,   ,    uiui.ii, ui \i inch emu limns  imrki'ts nf
meeting will l,i' Imlil nn I be 22nd Insl.,   ., ,.»,-.,
,..,,,,       ,        . ., .   .        Still l-li III   i le llll.e I it'll   luiilil,    i.s   a
al uliu b delegiites  frum   ilm   tuiniiiL'
.     | nnllll i.   |..\;,lii|il...
J. C. HAAS
MINING ENGINEER, \^.
GREENWOOL CITY, 11. C.
camps Ihrnughniil lhe cnuntry will
asked liintlend, TlieniliieisofBniil.il*
Gull/, $KiO,00()Ul|ary ereek slioitlil be rcprcselilkl,
Silver,    33,000.00    Again,  ilm sliitet t   anenl   the
Cuppof,    (10,000.00 j | he power nf it Quid Commissioner in
.a.ke ii miner's license, if be lm  c'Oli-
'  delicei.n Ihe. il her side,   Mn Tnule i.s
'lliei in at inn uf eiilui', however. Is uf
Ulillnl' in.p.illnllle inllip.lle.l   wlfjll   till*
liilneriili.gi.nl cnu |ii.sillui| ul Ilm ruck.
Hut hen* again vast diU'ereuces uiny bu
ubsfi'ved iu rucks whli b Iii'iir the saute
inline, mul in which a I'cscuihlnncc
would mil tun lly beexpeeled. The une
point uf similarity in nil porpliories, is
in Iheir stiucliirnl iippearalice, crystals. if snnm piiitii uliu mineral, usual-
XLA.ML'&  HORN   HOTEIi
LUMBY, B. C. | = —    -
First-Class Accommodation fur Guests. (innil Hunting and Eishing ! GrlieSS      3_S_t?>0,
Stages In Vernon and Blue Springs.
Xjo-ulxus _MCo3?>a>3x*d, Prop.
VERNON - SAWMILL
SMITH k CLERIN, PROPRIETORS.
S^ste, Doops, Moiiflgs, Turnings Etc.
I.'.il     0,8..0(I0                   ,i    ,    •     ,,,|            ,-• U lo.:spin, being pniiuiiieu   v i etc ihi
•fiwnrai believe, in llle hr if Clarence King. •         ,          "'           ,. ■.      .,.'
     1.02000                    ••,,',        i    , ed,   This was oiiuol lhe d sliiigu sling
win. Is a gel.b.glst nf inile, and   ulsn  n   , H
,,, ,   i                                ,,,,,,,,.„.       ,,       ,          ,   ;       ,    ,i lealilles hi the I'.g.l.Han link, nnd Ilm
luliil bl,1,1.,0,111.  wiaierul   great   itiiaaaiiaiive   powers. .         '
,,              '.-ii fuinie|. n eai.ing ul I be wunl   Inm  gni
'I'l,.,  ,„,., ,f  ii...  mines  L iViiin  lluwi'M'i', il is ii   harmless  inscimcei- h
""   ""I"'     '  ""   '"""    l*"""1                          ,  ,.          ...         „ griiduiillyperverled, until it nnwsgn.
s ter rel'urns,   lie Prnv lie a   re.-  .ennugli, and  il  it*  telling will J     ■• s
,   ,    ,    ,                 lit     ,        -          i  ■      I lias alliinsl nnv etass ut nnl,. i\ Ineli e\-
enui! dues uul include any lux nn  per*  help to keep woold-be Aineriran chilli.*        ;	
1 c , • , i ■      -i      ..   Minn I Ml> cil;iliirir|iM ii ,
sniiiil prnpaiu urreul esinie.   I   huve .luii'l"'rs froui operating nn lllis side nl
j\^AlMb     AINU     uflWU0lJJ|p_rt.a_ sealell,,.  Is   „,   „.,,.,,,'p'ialmilaftai all. '        -:■ :
isiuins duties are cullccled "n goods
COLVILLE DISAPPOINTING
All Kinds of  Factory  Wurk  Kepi in Stuck  and  Made tu Order
Coast Cedar Worked into Furnishings a Specialty
All Kinds of Lumber, Lntlis nnd Shingles Kcjit in Stock
Material Always Usui Writ, far Prices and DisBOits
PROPERTIES EXAMINED        c hit;Int..camp .ia  tlm Cnliutibi
,    , „   . river.   This call  nnlv   be taken as tut
Assays and Analyses of Ores, j *,„,.,.,„., ,  ,„,„',,,,, , , ,„
Fuels, Ete. I In- niines nml ilm   revet   frum  lb"
counlry in lie developed liy Ilm prnpos.
.1. ('. li.VAM. M. 11ARUETT,        II. T. minuses.'.
IIOI'N UAUY   CKKKK
Engineoiing and Assaying Co.
Gre. wonil City, H. .'.
Assaying1 and Analysas of Ore
via. nf dealing willi ilm sttbjccl is tu
ilu away enlirely with ibe lerin por.
j pliyry nn.)  substil.itli.  tbe   adjective
Miller and  Hlectrieiiin i "Al I K00 porpiiyrille befure lhe deseriplIons uf
itssuys have lieen made by Spukane as* I n|| such I'oi'ks, sn  tlml   a  granite  in
avers, nf,ires i'l'iilll lliel'nlviile Iteser-! u|,i,.|| ||„,  |,.|s|,;,|,   el'Vstuls   are   mure
'    '   >,     i     '    i   '     . .'    ■  '    "    I   '   ' i    > ■ l     i  , ,'      I i|       i i' . . . .      ■
iiKENiviinii, u.e. •   . '      ,    , ,   vill ion since lis opening neral In* h hull Usui! y cniisp ciinus  beeninas  a
ed extensinn, as the cnuntry issu much , ,-      ,,,,       , . '
,,,.,.• ,,  .i'i '-■   A le.. "I Me-" have shown porphyi I c-gmn le,  s tunes cited
larger uml   lbe   iiiiIiciiIii.iis  are  ibal,       .     . ,,, « ,i. ,
. .,, , , gond values,and 11 res are ol  tlleU unarlz-pnrphvrv,
ihere uul Le a iiiiuil."nil  camps  insl i       , ,        ,i„      , '
usg I „s linssliiml.   Tl input ','   J',1 ,'''""""     ''V'," '""";'   ,'"     The class ,,r rock vhlc ■ mag-
the Provincial reve. ghl   Ihere*  "    '   ,  ,  "   V        ■      ,'",", '" >-iyi*y I-Iini||<hI , ■ n
fure   orresp linglv  greater,  "f !'"" V'T   ,?"'   "    '"' "S,   ' ■ It— «.f« pnri'1" «ri.,r. Mn> rn.tr
Tho tinmuul..feus,,,, Mies cnllecl- T , I              Tn     1'""" ' lll'8iK,Ul" I*" "*
nlrer lnile nr nu eucoiirngcuieiil In Ilm
eilwi.ul.lu.il, hnwevei'i   lie  ini'leiised   ,               ,,i       , ■        ,n              , I -nail, tlm nml iin ..a   liuilv  nf  the
                                 Ii.i'.aiuis ill Ilm claims,   Ilm tires  fur ,.,.',                          '       ,   .
In illlVt hlllg ilka lbe   same   laVlenl,   as   ,, ,.      ,    , I •,-       luck I-lllmlv   I'I'Vslllllllie   ur   setni-v (.-
cults in eliariieler ami ilm  protniiietil
Sawmill on Okaoagait Lake, handy iu shipment,   Sash and Door
Factory un V. P. It., Vernon,
Wood, Cargill and Co.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, ancl Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAMS    AN D   H A C O N S.
Write for prices.
A LARGE LIST OF   FARMS FOR SALE,
WOOD,   OAROILL  -C   OO., AIUHSTBOWK.
Mines Ex,im in ed and Reported on
Tli.na.llgli  .\,,||llilllltiill|... ll ha llle Kellli.
nm exlenl, as
direct eiiinuiiiiiii'.ilinii uiili Mm cnnsi
wuuld Irausfer thegreatei purl nf ilie
ei v^iiils sliilul uut iii Imlil re In   iiuu a
„.n lies nl Iree-nillliiig ruck wild i" ul- .'      ,    .
trade from Spukaui. lo \tiiicouver and ., iii'i.liiir null ink dnikerbiickgi'iinnil,
Vi,t;""'1"' ,   , ".Miiny of ih.. luiallnns ' Ihul   were    ,A '""T'i*'''",1'''"",   ' il>'l"'^"i"'
I'.slnli |sli"il    Inni'   I'llUles   lire    iuu-          .    .'           ,     ,     „              ... ei . Ill" illlllellllv nI iiilir-e l»   III   ileli'i'.
                        ,   ,      '        iiiiuli' line  been     -nilii.l,    iieiliup- .       ,          '     ,
verhhilly hard luehuiiguand lhe Am- ri||, Vi u|,   |iy  ( „|II)H|„|(, iu|ll ,,„. i""1"'-; i1"' I mtli'iiliii class in which ll
erlcalis .ire making a great slruggle lu f*„.,;,(1(|l.,; ,,,Mil,lv. „,,,,  ,„„„  „„.„ I'elnngs.
''"" "'"'"V "'I'""'1'  "''"   "'«""%  ,'„„„' I he besl assays,   Very feu  nrlg. Annlher ruck we I worthy ,,r uur n„.
Rival'ami Ilouiulary t'reoli Mining The Nelson and  I'nrl   Sbep| I   llnil-  |||(l|, „„[„„,.,„„ ,,ee have been  ""'"" ''"'""I" ""I""   I""H"
•tH-tiloU. iviiycu y.luever)   ..a.    i       ,     ,, ■,.«■ ,„.,„„„   Ill*"h" sercisesnn lhe|iei'UHiney
pusslbly can, nilikes lhe West K ,.- .„■„,„ ,,„u. ,„   „t1,(.iu, „   '" ' iaa imlu-,,v „l   U ,,,   |<„„.
iiyillmi'-ieHilinliiiVloSpoka,,,.,   The|(l|h,      h ,,  , nM ,   ,,„.  leniiy,  l«  'la.    roil y   railed
&o,_„-™i   :,ii»o__f..»i._.|"1"11 ;''>!» ™<" «'"l'"'l'"!'.  ' mineral il- i  I tvi     "mM      '  ' '"   """' 'v'"'k
an—
W. DALIIVMI'LI'
P.\IIIVIP.W, B, C.
lew ..I handling I he urea .uul smell*
ing I belli al Spulil    .a     .nne   lllile
.',., | ill.. .1   pll'l a.a -   a.   lis   up... Illg    I
mail Inenl Inns, eilhei ,u ihe   , nuni
iu  lbe  ii. Ii  dlsllii i~  nf   Trail   uml
II nlim neck" ami i*  nflen   imi I,   •
All  Kinds ol' Roimii'lng.   Horseshoeing a  pullll 111 llie Slaies,   ll is well-known  v ,, ,„, |u   nlle'nf  il." iiulhoillles   Mi''"I lunch inlneinl wealth, il ib
 specially. lhat Mr, Cnrbln has lung bul In- eyu hnsmillvilniii. llie Imiiesl  imwpi'i'lui'  l'1'"1'"" "■',,;'1 '''■'""'  lli''k'''  '"'•
■»-—__,—_■■ ■».ii -____-_____■  „n   ||M.   K,.|i|e   rlvel   nml   Ili.iiinl.ii v '.'■    , , ing I   I'n i|imlllly   ubserved   in   ils
C. F. COSTERTON""l"'" ii-"1 ■ ""•»■"'»'«"«■',".'..,'ii;,'.'..i',.':',..i,,,,Li,^.i,,-,., , vi<1:''*-v- Tl .'a...i,,,i,ii,ss„,,.
vialiNo:'. IL.'. Ihnt Ini. fepl III linen lhe in,*  ,,,,. A||lii|. „„, ,,,,,,,.- ,„,   „  i hi inerusiil   hull   Is,   I
-A_e-t for pnsslhlllty uf crossing the Culvlllc  In- ,. rt.nHv Iniht-Oni In r,!ll.l„e ihe    "'"'v" ""Il" l,l>""'v'"  "'""
The Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td.,  Wholsale
Importers of Wlnos and Spirits.
Xicholles k Ronoul', Agricultural Machiiicry.
iii,ill llesel viitiuli.    Willi   Ibis  lliinuii
>li.'ii, as ii is inure than likely sunn tu
in nre-pt
; ing.
Unlike griinlle, dlurllecuiiliijiis only
,iy.   Nniluiil.t in 'lm Hi-.1  excite nl
be,  lm   will   iinduuhtedly   push  I'i.a wlltleiil.   »   slaked    Priicli* Iwocunsliliienl minerals, felsp«r uud
Ibnl coHlitry, as up  Mm   kellle  river ,.,"11,. U!l y,,|. M„ ihi.rniigli priispecllng I""'"'1'1'1"'1''''"' l|||lpl'"f "'I'l''1'  Is  '''■
valley fr Marcus is hy far I he euslesl  1" '|' ,,. ,],„'„, llm| Hbsuluielv nn de- s| *'''''''"' l',eKlw lurwliich Ihu
—A.i^-4..tiro.   Po-c    -
Tbe Okanagaii-Spalluiiiclieeii Dists.
FOR
The Royal Insurance, I liauliiig ore tu Ilm Slates via Kootenny
The London & Lancashire, I hike and river lo  Bunner's  Ferry,  orj
via Kootenay lake and the "Vclsun k\   "Tlm govern
wiiytoiwhit, H    ( (,H|
I'beKusl.nV Slncan Riilway, Inn. „,.,,„„!„„,„ and Ill-advised
has been built solely with the view nf  ...
belefiile  ll
ruck usually pnssesses,   When quarts!
The Insurance Co. of North America,
The London & Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Cnniidn.
The Canadian Permanent Loan K Investment Co.
The Dominion Building ,*.- Loan Association.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
ia presenl il is designated a i|iiiii'izilin-
rile, when illicit, a Inlca-dlorite, mul su
THE LIBERAL LEADER. Ull,
Syenite, nf which   we   siunelitues
Si. Unwell." hciir, Is similar In dlorile iu mineral
Fnrt Sheppnrd railway tn Spukane,     'says the  Regltiti   '     ier. a  juurnnl eninpnslli 1 sistiug of felspar uinl
This proposed  railroad alone  will devoted strictly  10 lhe Cnnservatlve hiirnblende, ll ly difference being
conlribiite solely tu the ndviinceiuelil  Inleresls, "has evltlelilly placed  him- In llie nature of il.e  fell-pur present,
nl British Culniiibiii, us it cunt eliipln las   self ul lhe Iiei k nml call of llie (.'ill llulle Oil 111.' .lllllll lull nf IJllallZ II lieeiiliie- a
the construct Ion of a toad lying wholly hierarchy,   Allhniigh a ciithullc and 11 ipiiiilz-syeiille, ami  ilm piescuee nl
within the Province, and the smelling French mini himself, Mr, Lnniicr Inm mica |iasses ll al uiice Into a syenite
nn.l reliuiiig nf iii'eii nt Trnil and  such I shown that he is pussesscd nf mauli* graiiile." THE ADVANCE.
W. II- NORMS I'lmcKiKTuii
Published   irookly  ut  Midway,  li. C.
Subaorlption Price, $2.00 p...' annum, payable
In ailvuui-c,either yeiti'ly ur lmll-jciii'ly ut the
opilun of tho subscriber.
Advertising Kales sent on application.
Though Ilm colli « "f Tin; ADVANCS ure
atw.-ivs n|ii..|i fur tli" ilisi'iiasiiin uf matters <»f
pablfii Interest uml Importance, wo .1.. ....I noo*
ccsmu-iiv oiidorau nnv uf th.' ophitous oxpresaod.
r,iiTt.s|Miiiil|.|iiTiif;rii|.|a*ii>iiuliinHii'c will ...tl be
plllllislll'll.
MONDAY, APRIL 18.1806.
:   A ei-iiss in this space Indi*
: aiiiies ih.il yoursuescrlptloii
in tliis paper has oxplr.il.
CONSTABLE AT GRAND PRAIRIE,
Thu people uf Grand Prairie have
reasonable ground- Iur cnn.pluinl.
They refer lu llu* fact Ihal ill Midway
I here nre I wo resident iul constable, anil
will, snme shew nf jusl ieedeniiin.I why-
it slmiild be necessary that ..lie end nf
the distriet shuuld be su well provided
f..r, iippiiri nlly at lhe expense of tbe
ui her.
As a matter of fact, the Government
is none ton well represented by nllleinls
even in this end uf lbe .list rid. Ofllie
two resident constables, one performs
the duties of Mining Recorder, nnd, if
We are tu huve anything like a repetition uf Inst year's activity—and .ill the
iiidicatiuiis puinl lu such a conclusion
—the work I bat thereby devolves upon
this official Is mure (linn one man can
he reasunably expected In do. Thus,
fur several in.nil lis iu Ilm year at
leiisl, lbe ulliee wurk connected witli
the recording of claims, of transfers,
Rndtheissuiinceofcerlifient.es und licenses, decuples 111'1 full time of one,
and u guud purl uf the time of ii second
official. During the remainder of lite
year when tlie prnspecl ing season mny
be considered In be al nn end, it is sliil
a mutter of Importance that a representative nf the Gnvernmetil should be
found in his nfflce foi sn many hours
fur each ilny, In ullenil lo the many
quest inns which may arise in reference
In mining property, and anenl, whicli
his opinion is asked,
Of lhe Iwo constables, so-called,
therefore, only one hus the lime to devote tn I he performance of the duties
pertaining In the ulliee of constable
propel', and it is Indubitable Ibnl in su
large a niiiiing districl us the Kettle
river division, offences against, the law
might easily be committed nml admit
of the escape of the offender finiti justice, under existing itrriingi incuts of
police supervision,
While, ut lhe present lime, llle record of crime in Boundary creek is,
iiinipariilivcly speaking, light, we have
every reason lo fear Uml wilh lhe
opening of lhe Colville reservation,
and with lhe anticipated rapid development of the country, we cannot expect lo be whnlly free from the lawless
chariicleis who follow the early for.
tunes of every new mining camp,
Adequate nieiisiires should Iherefore
he taken hi lime, and we strongly recommend the appointment of another
cnusliil.b' fur the llislricl, hul whose
duties should be more or less confined
to Grand Praiiie. Such an appointment, would meet with very general
approval,
 . 4 4	
EDITORIAL NOTES,
\Vb referred iu hist we.k's issue to
lhe fact Ihul while, for reasons of
economy, mini'linns hud lieen lllllde in
the salaries tlirniighiiiil the civil service, ihe ministers hud very prudently
snid Utile uf ihe advisability uf reducing ibe liberal iillmvnnccs whicli uc
•■iii, > lo their exalted offices, Wesince
learn Ihul in bis budget speech the
premier slrnngly urged that a substantial reduction be made in the
salaries uf ministers; nnd in committee
nf supply Ciilnnel Bilker iicluully
moved n resolutluii lo reduce his own
snlmy by $100, The motion, however,
was Insl, because it wus agreed ibal if
a minister's salary whs I., be reduced I
the scssiuiinl indemnity puid to mem-
hers shuuld also be cul down
ally ibis last proposal met will,
lu VI ll.
sec more of It dune. Every tie thai
binds the empire more closely together
should he judiciously strengthened.
 ►■ • -<	
THE DIAMOND DRILL.
The diamond drill which bus been
held ul the Wanela customs house,has
arrived safely at Qieenivund und will
he used at once nn the Snowshoe. The
drill is lbe Hist in Jhe used in
B iiindaiy creek, und lhe ellterpiise uf
the Montreal and British Coluuililn
Planum ion und Prospecting company
is lube highly commended. It. issufe
to predict that the arrival of ihe drill
in the cainp marks a new epoch, the
beginning of llle good times wliieli we
all eoHliileiilly expect to see in Biiun.l-
ury before u-iii.y months puss. It is
well known tliat, we have huge ledges
of ore. but it is yet tuheshownwhether
or not these ledges continue down for
any distance, or whether I he character
nf Ihe rock Improves wilh depth. At
Rossland, where the ores heal' a striking resemblance lo Ihose found here,
bnth these points have been proved io
ii most satisfactory manner, If there-
fore one can safely deduce lads fiiiiii
analogous circumstances, there is litlle
to feni' frooi whut the diamond drill
may show.
 *r .4	
Commercial Jnb printing al Ibe Ad
VANOB office,
Send Tfour Order to-***--—
T ELLIOT    > ^m 4 ^^m
General - Merchant l
Infancy floods^.
GLASSWARE and CROCKERY
Statary, School Supplies
AM) TOYS.
Playing Cards and Games.
Dressing Cases.
Wall Paper, Violin Strings.
Proprietary Medicines
i.     ED. A. HAIN,     yl
]fc .M.l.WAV, II, 0.       ^|
Fairview, B. C.
2 MOHAWK CHIEF 2
§   and FLEURY PLOWS ?2
5 DIAMOND   HARROWS 5
NIC0I/S
MIDWAY,  B.  C.
•) A NEW LINK OF
i Mgni
ian
| Summer Suitings, Prints, Ginghams &
t
THE  CAFE ROYAL
Copper Street, Greenwood City, B. C.
Meals     et,"t    All    -lours
C. GIBBS, MANAGER.
GREENWOOD  CAMP
IIOUNDAHY OREEK, B. C.
I
Largest and Best-Assorted Stock
 in* tiii:	
SOUTHERN   INTERIOR.
FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED.
For Implements, Wagons,
Bugg'ies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour iind Feed, Hay and Grain.
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
I
an acre, well improved.
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones, Kelowna.
JOYFUL - NEWS
QKANAGAN SAWMILL,
mfTt  KELOWNA, B. C,
You can now  purchase Cedar Panel doors, beautifully
made  and   finished;   Window Sash,   Laths,   Shingles and
all other kinds of house  finishings;   Rough and Dressed
Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders from Kettle River District solicited and prices
furnished upon application to
Im.   LEQXJIIVIE,  PROP.
Good Accoiiinioiliiiinn for Travelers.   First-class Meals Served
Good Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF, PROP.
JONES & ROGERS
HOUSE AND CA^Ti-JACtIC PAINTING
CARSON
The trade centre of the Grand
Prairie, Kettle river and
Boundary creek mining and
agricultural country.
Situated at the junction of
the Boundary creek, Marcus
and Reservation wagon roads.
Nearest point to the Colville
reservation mi; es-
LOTS AS GOOD   AS GOLD
(''nr prices ami nil nllii'i'information apply to
C. E. STUART - - . AGENT
CARSON, GRAND PRAIRIE, a ('.
Plain and Decorative
Paper Hanging
KALSOMINING
Gi-.'ui-l Porks mul Midway, H.C
S Carson Livery and Feed
Stable, Carson, B. C.
KTOiaxtryrr. p:*ed
PICO FRIETOB
Tii.trtiil, Inn.ever, llu. n-.Milniiiiji ot
the minimal' nf inine-, wns lumen of
1'i'Mill, it ni'viTllldr-H rellei'ls uienl
.•■.(litnn Ills ilisiiiieri'siiilnu-.*. nfpur. "
Imm.', ullii'il, Mr. Ilelnn■». n annie.vniil  "'""l Baddloniid I'-ok lloraca coiiauuitly nn lianil. Dally Slauo botwoon Canon nnil Oranil
unkindly ri'iuiirki'il "linn if ilm mini*.- Knrka, Heavy Teaming promptly mi lull in.
lers   .U-lleil   In   ml.In*   llieir  mi In 11,'*., '
limy allmilll   have  |il nail   llie   reiliiee.l
FURNITURE!
CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS JDST ARRIVED
^-UPHOLSTERING-*^
ROSSLAND, B. C. VERNON. B. C.
limy Minimi  nnv. |.l,men Ilm ri'iliieeil   wr       wr i i I T» 1 A 1
:;:::•'::'';-:.::::'::■___. Mo, to m Miliary Creek
ill I ilia Hnv." ' V
*,   ...j   ua,   mjui...uu   fiuui'
-  TIIK (IHANIl PORKS, MARCUS ANI) MIDWAY
in lllis way.
A WI8E  NIKJ-Wllnn   i.a  llt.ll'llllltl'll  lo
Mr. Rllhet who, speaking of UHliuies'flH-j.— ___    ___»3     fr* _. ..      t-__
pnld to civil 8..„',.|il., r. innrkeil: " If I StaS°     and     ESarpiI-OSS     -_-_LX-.e
lieuesniwy  I., redtlcu the  -iiliirins  lm      Ituna Dotwcon Mnrima anil Grand Forks dftlly, lonvlng Mnrous nnil Gmuil Forks at 7 n. m,
wnnlil rnlhi'r mill nil hour or Iwo In       Loaves Ilrnml Knrks for Midway, Monitays, Wodnoailnya nml Friilnya nt i a. m.
1,1'iues Midway fnr Grand Forks nml Marous,ffuosdnyB,|Thiirsdaysnnd Saturdays." a. m.
ROOD  BrCACHEiB
MANLKV k AVl'KILL, PROPRIKTORS
elm office lioiiii. nnil dispense willi
Ktinie of lhe i'iii|iloj'e..s." Tlm winking
hours ilininn ihe biilium'r ujoiitIts of
Inm venr, lnr lhe milling recorder of
lhe Kellle lii.er milling division man
fi"in uin Um i 'nlnguntil ilm night.
 '■• <.-> » ■ HOTEL KALEMALKA
I nil ion nnil ill.io nn ni'l ul,' is |.iiii|ishi'd
in   Ilm  (li'i|iliie.  n   lending   English I -    -    -     VKRNON,   B  C.
wekly, nmeerning llriiish Ciiliinihin. j,.,      ,    p./ir'A./IM
Timiiiusiiiiiinii poiti-iij-s iim ii|,eiiing! W. d. IVItArxMN
of imi'liiiuii'iil fnr thi' Inst. Iiiim in ihi'
nld liuililing.   This kind of notice hy h-'HUS  HOTJBL NKI'IDS  NO S1M.CIAI, RKCOMMKNDATION
n'.l annuity jiinrnnls Is illwnys pious.  +	
ing In. ailnnisl.., nml we nboultl like ln|« j.,y„u.u,Mj Accommodation ,-u ll„* Sloamou. ,!....,.lion Hou.e."«
XtXtASOHlTAXlItXt   EATES
(litAMI FORKS. B, 0.
■ - PROPRIETOR
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. O. fiox 682. Washirigtor)
ARCUSandMIDWAY
$_.*_?_§_.&___   LIHTES
Leaves Marcus Mondays ancl Thursdays at i P. M
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 v. M
Arrives Midway Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 r. M
Leaves Midway Wednesday and Saturday at 6 A, M
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO  MAIL, FREIGHT ANI) EXPRESS
XI.   Xt.   KOKBISOIa-,   rKOPJtniTOB.
iio^miftfti,
J. S. DONALDSON
I CHEMIST
DRUGGIST 1
VERNON, B. C.
A Full Line 1.!'-__.
Drugs
Patent Medicines
Toilet Articles
Trusses, Ac.
Hall   Orders   From  the  Lower
Country   Will   Receive
Prompt Attention.
D. MoDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kinds of Work Executed to lho Satla*
faction nf Customers.
UI1ANI) RIKKS, II, (,*, BELOW TIIK IIKIDOB
Saddle   and   Pack  Horses at
Reasonable  Rates.
| ADIES' RADDLE HORSES
-A SPECIALTY-
MIDWAY
SAWMILL
ROUGH AND DRESSED
^LUMBER-
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   uf   Improvement!..*.
NOTIOJt!.
Tin: Ukkat Hopes Minkral Claim.
Situate in the Deadwood Camp, Kettle River
Mining Division of Yale District.
TAKK NOTIOE tlmt wc, J. V. Ilarlmi, free
minor's eertiflcnto No. 61)151,0. M. Mac-
Martiit. free miner's oertlflcat. No. 62102, A. S.
Crowdor free minor's ccrlilk'ule No. 0.U", J.
M. Cornthwaito, free mincr'fi ccrtillcale No.
66221, and J.M. WnikiiiR, free wiiicr'H certiti-
6ftto No. 66220, In tend, Hixty iU\y* from (he date
hereof, to npiilv lo llie gold eommiiMioiier for a
cortiflcato ot improvement.., for the purpose ot
obtaining a Crown gmui to the above claim.
And further tuke notice, that advento claima
must In* uent to the Gold CommiMlonor and
action commonood btfore Ihcirwuanecof sueh
cerl i Iienl c of improvetuunIk.
Dated thin '2:trd day of February. 1896.       5
\TOTKlK Ik hereby given that thirty dayw
IN afler date I intend to apply to the
Honorable the Chief Cuiiiiiiit-.inner of !.mnln
nnd Wurks for a Kpceial Heemic to cut and
carry away timber from tho following de-
sciilicii himl, nilualc in the OmiyoiiB divlriion of
Vulc district, viz.: Counneucliig at a post on
the norlh bunk of Wallace creek and about 1}
miles fnnn ils junction with Hi •andary creek,
thence running north 60 chuins, thence wetit 160
chatiiR, (hence Kouth 60 cliuiiis, thence viwt
along the north bank of said Wallace creek 160
elm [in, more or 1c_h, to the place of commencement, and cunt inning 900 acres, more or less.
J. II. HALLETT.
Greenwood city. It. ('., April o, im.
NOTICK Ik hereby given lhat thirty rtayn
nflcrdate I inlcmlto make application to
Hut Honorable I he Cliief ('ommi-Kionerof Lands
and Works fora licci'Ho to cut and carry away
limber from the following doHcrlbed lands,
situated on the cast Hide iit ('lirihlina take In
Ihe Omiyoos division of Yale district, rlx.;
Commenelng al a Make net about oni-haU mllo
Kiiuth of Ihe mouth of Texan creek and about
eight miles north from lot 308, township 74,
Ilienee running went sn clmins, Ilienee mirth 125
chains, llicncc ciiM Wl chains, thence south 126
chains lo the point of commencement,
FKKDKHICK McMANN.
(ireenwond   City,  Kettle Hirer, II. C, .rd
March, 1«»6. 1
NOTICK is hereby given that thirty days
after date I intend lo apply to tho Chief
Commissioner oi Landrjuml Workitforalieou-e
to cut, manufacture and carry away timber on
lhe following described lands situated near
Kholt Creek: Commoneingiit a post about one
mile norlli of Kho t creek, near Oold Drop trail,
thence running onut I'll) ebaina, thence north 80
chain-., thence west 120 chains, thence south 80
chains to point of commencement, and containing 960 acres, more or less.
THOMAS MoDONNBLL,
Dated (his 2nd day of April, 1.96. 26
WANTKD.-A man for even- unoccupied
dislrlet* of Manitoba, N. W. T. and
Hrii isli Columbia, to represent our hardy Canadian grown nursery stock and now seed potatoes. Liberal inducements tn whole Or part
time in. n. Kxpcrioiic'jd wilesmcn will And this
offer n good one. Iinplcmr-it agents, farmers,
fanners' sons, cheese makers and school teachers will do well to look into this. Men devoting
but part time do well with us. Htock especially
grown for the Western section. Send postal to
Toronto, Out., for particulars.
SroNR anoWklltnoton,
Proprietors of" FonthiM Nurseries,
Largest in the Dominion-Over 700 acres.
Head ofllco-Toronto, Ont.) branches, Chicago
til, and Montreal, P. Q. :
JFHTBOH.lll.0GN Al.   REPORT.
Lat I'..  Long IIH" _u
A lutuilu. I,*JIW fcut nlinvf, am, luvul.
Melting aiiuw fnr wenk, ,00 nfan Inch) rain, .00
l'H.MI'KK'Ti;itK
lull  WKKK E.NIHMI   .ll'l'.ll.   II.
Max.
Ml...
Id
... 68
30
S7.S
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7	
...    113
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LOCAL ANO DIS'
'MOT
	
Z Ploughing is in full swing ul Anarchist mountain,
Mi*. George Guess rode over to Fair-
view lust week on liusiness.
Mr. Jackson moved last week into
his new house on Ihis side of the river.
Mr. ll. Wood's new bouse ut Greenwood lo now completed, Ho moved iu
lust week,
Mr, Dinsmure has started a bakery
at Greenwiiud. This should lie u paying liusiness.
Mr. Barrett of Greenwood, left on
last week's stage fur lhe upper country. He will, if is understood, tiring
back with him an assaying plant.
Mr. J. Shuster has, we regret to
learn, la-en seriously ill wilh influenza
and rheumatism, partly the result of a
lung ride in hud weal her. he is
slowly recovering.
Eddie Allison, charged with cattle
stealing, wns given a preliminary
hearing hefore 0. A. 11. Lamlily, S. M„
at Osoyoos last week. He w as committed to stand his trial at the spring
assizes.
The ranch formerly belonging to Mr.
McDonald at Grand Forks, is lieing put
in good order hy the new owner, P. T,
McCallum, J, P., who recently tiuught
tbe property. A large acreage is to lie
put down lu liny.
The road from Deadwood to Copper
is lieing rapidly pushed to completion,
thanks to the energy of R. Wood k
(In, who certainly put the government
to shame in the matter of libera! assistance in the develop..nail of a new
country.
An elfoit to make Bosshurg a main
traffic station for goods imported from
the Slates inlo this country, Instead of
Marcus, hns failed, owing tn the determined opposition of .Mr. Corl.iu. Manley & Averill's stuges sliil make Marcus
their terminus,
A large meteor is said to have fallen
near Midway ou Monday night, This
is pi iili.il.ly intended as a sort of an ud-
vance agent to the comet which was
billed .0 arrive Insl month, hul owing
lo ilu* block on the C. P. It. tailed to
kt'.'p l.llf engagement.
ll. Luring uf Ohliliwack, erstwhile a
Mi'iliodisl preacher, hut now in the
belief paying, if less spiritual trade of
of butchering, was summoned as u witness in the t'ltltle-slealillg case at Osoyoos. B.'fore reluming to tlie const
II- usiietl the principal camps in
Boundary.
.Several coiiiplaiuls have lieen made
l.y miners unable to leave the camps
tlml they receive their mails very irregularly, particularly newspapers,
wliii'lrsoiut'litues do uol  reach tliem
Mr. Vi. H. Norris left on Thursday
f or Vernon.
Mrs. Thompson lefl for Fairview on
Wednesday, She is expected to return
to Midway to-morrow.
J.. H. Fealherslon, C. E„ of Vancouver, came in on Friday's stage. He
is thinking of locating at Green wood,
Another sawmill, I be owner of which
is ftom Montana, is to he brought Into
the country and erected at Anaconda.
Anaconda is going ahead at a great
rate.
_
Grand Forks is anxious to arrange a
footl all ninlch wilh Midway. A good
team could easily be gol together at
either place, uud some move should be
made iu the mailer.
Manley & Averill commence this
week to run u daily stage between Ihe
Forks aud Midway. It is expected
lhat the traffic will almost at once
warrant Mils change,
Bolh Mr. Guess of Greenwood and
Mr. Glhbs of Anac In are kiting lite
world know Ihul lhey follow Ihe business of assaying, huge signs adorning
Ihi'fr.nil uf their offices,
Lost, near Midway on lhe Isl inst,,
one diorile bell, in a fair slate of
preservation. The Under will be
siiilalily rewarded on delivering lo II.
Monroe ur II. Slewarl, or on leaving
belt al the Midway post office.
The roads are in a miserable condition between Boundary Falls and
Greenwood, Now is the time when a
large gang of men should he put. to
work, instead of Ihe usual practice of
delay until the summer is well advanced.
Any person finding a mnnacle will
be su.tably rewarded on [leavingsame
atthisofflceintact. Theglawswasimid-
vertently dropped on the football
Held while the ownei was rebounding
from a vigorous charge on Mr. Frank
Coryell.
If arrests continue to lie made at the
present, rate, it will soon l.e necessary
either to add to the size of the Midway
lock-up, or to have a weekly escort to
take prisoners to Kamloops, lhe Midway jail hus now three inmates, which
are about as many as it will conveniently hold.
The followingare Ihe arrivals at the
Boundary hotel during the past week:
E. 8. Graham, S, Drake, Spokane;,!,
C. Haas, M. Bonell, Greenwood; I).
Gilmore, Ralph While, Trail; B. H.
Cuchsiiig Myer's Creek; J. H. Finke,
San Francisco; W. J. Harder, Vernon;
11. I). Loveiing, Cbilliwnck; J. H, Ale-
Bride, Oroville, Wash.; J, A. Elliott,
Grand Forks; H, F. Hale, Camp Lincoln; R. 11. Sinilh, Montreal;,!, H,
W1MXG   NOTES.
A quartz location was made last
week by H. G. Sidley near the line,
The showing is good.
Joe Shuster located last week a very
promising claim on the American side
of tlle line near Nine Mile creek.
A claim mimed lhe Will n'the Wisp,
on Iughnun mountain, was located at
the dead of night on Monday last l.y
J, McNicol and .1, C. Haas.
A large body of ore hns been found
lo exist ou llie Primrose in Deadwood
camp. The eluiin is likely, in every
sense, to prove lbe equal of Ihe Mother
Lode.
The hanging wall hns at last been
found on Ilie Gold Drop claim 111 Green.
wood cninp, and Ihe ledge isthiisshowu
to be I'M) feel wide. Comment is
superfluous.
Mr. Turner has obtained an option
of a half Interest. Ill the Jewel, Long
Lake camp—one partner not wishing
to sell. The Jewel is one of Ihe most
promising claims in lhat seel ion of
llie camp.
Mr. Graham, the owner of the Texas
claim on Ingriiu mountain, arrived
from Spokane last week and isslopping
at thu Boundary hotel. He inleuds
doing considerable development work
on his claims this summer.
Development work is to be done
on tlie Magnet, a claim to lhe norlh of
Ihe Roderick Dim in Long Luke cainp,
owned l.y Joe Franks aud S. Bonner-
man. It is imdcrslnud that an option
has been given on lhe property.
P. Helslaiib and S, Benneriuan are
doing assessment work on a cluim up
the West Fork of Kettle river. The
ore in lhat locality resembles closely
that found in Greenwood. It however
carries less gold and more silver.
The claim ou Kruger mountain located by Dick Boeing and Jim Anderson has now a capital showing of ore,
containing tellurium aud free gold in
large quantities. The claim has the
advantage of being on a precipitous
side hill, development is therefore less
difficult.
Featherslon, Vancouver; D.I'.Sinyfh,
Georgetown, Minn.
ll is proposed that the establishment
of a um scry garden iu the Keltic river
valley, would be nnl, only a lucrative
Investment to anyone sufficiently enterprising lo undertake the experiment, but a decided benefit tn the
fanning comniunily in this dislrid,
We make the suggestion in the hope
that some of Ihe large nurserymen
on the coast, Mr. Hutcherson of the
for weeks afler th'' date of issue. With 'Jubilee Farm, for instance, will consld-
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locations for the Week
Ending April 9.
Cosmopolitan, Smith's camp, John
Thompson.
4.   Grizzly   Bear,  Deadwood   camp,
Dan Steward.
4.   Miners' Delight.  Grand   Prairie,
George Ann-It.
4.   Anodyne, Grand Prairie, T. J. Sul-
iivan and L. IL Chase.
I.   Berlin, Grand Prairie, L. IL Chase
aud John Hammer.
a viiy litlli'ex|rn trouble Ihe post
masters might tie lip in packages lhe
mail mailer directed to lhe various
camps, which could lie dropped in tlie
boxes mi the road l.y the stage drivers
as they pass.
Frank Coryell has employed Allan
Giles and Jimmy Lynch, two capital
workers, to finish his irrigation ditch,
which he hopes to bring on his lanch
Hear Midway by the firsl of nexl
month, The principal work of building the dam and grading froui Boundary creek has lieen got over, and the
limning but remains to be done.
There can be un doubt but that, llie
water will add immeasurably to Ihe
value of his property
erlhe advisability of establishing a
branch business here.
MR. GRAHAM AND THE C. AND W. R.
To llie Editor of The Advance;
Sir : I have forwarded a copy of the
enclosed leUer lo the Vernon News,
and It is self-explanatory, it needs no
further couiinent.
" I notice liy your reporl of the mission of Ihe delegates from Vernon, re
Columbia k Western R'y, that 'I was
so disheartened by the altitude which
most of the members assumed Ihe hill,
thnl I hinled to one of tlie Vernon
contingent that thev mighi as well return, adding that as far as I could see,
j lhey would only receive one vole in the
Henry Westcott, described us a pros- j House in support of their views, and
pector,   was   arrested  by  Constable that vole would l.e my own.'"
4.   Barbara, Skylark camp, G. A.llen-
ili'll.
7.   Hawk Eye, Brown's camp, D. W,
Dillon.
7.   Minnie,   Brown's camp,   D.  W.
Dillon.
7. Cupper Reef, Brown's camp, C. M.
Tobiassen.
7. Capital, . Brown's camp, 0, M,
Tiibiassen.
t). Outburst, Grand Prairie, Wyley
Glover.
CERTIFICATES OP WORK,
B.   Sylvia, W. II. Coveul.
8. Hecla, Jauies McNicol.
8.   Trilby, VV. II. Norrisund Randolph
Stuart,
I).   Boundary Falls, J, J. Winters,
TRANSFERS
4. Double Eagle, J interest, Richard
McCarren lo R. 0. Johnston.
4. Echo, I, inleresi,, A. Shannon and
Julias Brandt to H. L, Moody.
4. Iron King, J inleresi., A. Shannon
and Julias Brandt lo H. L. Moody,
II. Mary L, i inleresi, A. Shannon
and Julius Brandt, lo H. L. Moody.
4. Helen, J inleresi, Joseph Wallace
to Margaret J. M. Wood.
7. Last Chance, Grand Prairie, all interest, S. Snnfoid lo \V. W. Whit-
heck,
7. Double Eagle, J Interest, R. C,
Johnston to P. B. Nelson.
Deans at Grand Prairie ou Thursday
on   the charge   of   bringing stolen
"I do nol suppose Ihul. there is any
intention lo mislead the public in this
property from the United States Into matter, hut still that is the effect which
Canada,  He. was given a preliminary the article hi question would have.   I
hearing before P. McCallum, J. P. Tin
evidence against the prisouei was very
strong and he was committed for trial.
C-nslalilii Deans brought, Westcolt
over nn Friday evening nnd lie wns
lodged in tlie Midway jail.
Another case of claim jumping is reported from Kruger mountain. A
certain claim, upon which lhe showing was above the ordinary, being
jumped upon the technical grounds
that, the discovery post was not exactly upon tlle spot, where mineral was
found in place, but suine yards away.
This seems lo he very trivial grounds
upon which to disprove another man's
title, and it is very doubtful if any
judge would give a decision unfavorable to the original locator.
If persons sending in legal notices
for publication would write pruper
names legibly, they would confer a
favor on the compositor nnd perhaps
avoid future litigation. A wrung
figure in the number of a miner's
license nr a mis-spelled name might
invalidate fhe notice of cerlillcate of
did make use of lbe expression slated,
(to Mr. Ellison) hul if was wilh reference to the proposition of lliedelegules
that the railway must be completed in
two year., and a cash guarantee put,
up with the Onv«i-niii.nl by the Company for the completion of the same
wlthlll the tune specified, I knew how
lhe members «f lhe House regarded
this proposition, and I still believe Ihal.
had lho delegates adhered to il Hie
vole would have heen just as I slaled.
In lhe conversation mentioned, 1 went
further and said that, in my belief, if
the delegates were determined lo adhere I o their proposition, they would
do harm insl cad of good, as the whole
House was opposed to il, and that we
should thus lose the opportunity of ini.
posing more favorable terms upon the
Company, which, I considered, we still
had a chance of doing, if a more reasonable proposition was advanced,"
" Furthermore, and I do not wish to
detract from tlie efforts and success of
the delegates in the slightest degree, as
ihose gentlemen certainly worked
hard, and succeeded in amusing a good
w
-*x^>
110 wants In see hor liiishi\nil
luvjip)' iiiiiI iiliiinrfiil
improvements. In ordinary corn's-ideal of interest in this matter, more
P'indence, so long ns an occasional thau there was any hope of arousing
word is plainly written, the compos! I wsi bout their assistance, still I wisli In
tor can reproduce at. least the iiitun*
Hon of the writer, but in a list of
names where accuracy is required,much
time and trouble might he avoided liy
care in writing the notices,
point oul llial the charter granted,  Is
nuw iu exactly lhe same condition in
which it stood before the arrival of lhe
delegates in Vieloria." Yours etc,
Donald Graham,
SHOULD
VOTE
F
QR  gotting  the besl. groceries
for lhe lui-sl possible money, send
Fop Ppiees to
0.B.&P.MELS0N
Carson, B. C.
BOU-r,ARY FALLS hUlEL,      jPAIRVIEW HOTEL
Boundary Falls, B. C.  GEoRGE J- sheehan, prop.
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Different Stage Lines.   Nc
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
o)
EXCELLENT BOABB
GOOD STABLING
Camp Fairview, 6. C.
G.ARTHUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B.C.
Headquarters   for  Miners'   Supplies.
    A (iOOI) .STOCK OF	
Grocepies. Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Powder, Ete,
--0HDEB8 TAKEN FOH AU. KINDS OF—
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
JUST RECEIVED
A NEW STOCK OF
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G. ARTHUR RENDELL.
BOCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OV WICK I'HV.V.K.
xx. ri .«.«*» a i-iR-iv,  iner.
Kiiist-Cuss   Ai ruMMiin.iTiiiN   rim QUMsrii
GOOD STABLING
ttTKjcolloiil flailing on Kottlo lt|vor_B
II. KEYES, Prop.
Good Accommodation,
best Liquors and Cigars,
First-class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG  B. C.
FOR SALE
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-Will secure to you the very best bargains in all lines of-
GENERAL   MERCHANDISE.
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Kit AT TIIE GREENWOOD HTOItB, BOUNDAHV I'lIKKK, II. ('. sit
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Si, tt. WOOD & CO.   j!j
Kit Kit Kit Kit Kit Kit Kit Kit Kit Kit ->'4*!li;> ^4^'4i!4i!ti!ii!4i!i^!li!4i!ti!4*M4^.
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GREENWOOD
CITY^-
Is the Central Town and Supply Point of the Boundary
Cieek Mining Damps, From lllis New Town roads
lead to the
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lois are Selling Freely and  ire       and Investment.
For Price of Lots and Other Informal.!  Address
OKANAGAN MISSION,  B. C.
Thia is a splendidly llnialmil liouao Inalilo
nml out, almost now, witli good stablo anil oul
builillllga, la coiltrnlly located in the valk.
ami commands n good trailo. Ii atauils ou its
OWH Klii'llnl" nl two anil a half aoros ill exlout.
nml is a i;n..ii investment.
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
WITH
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
This building Is two al.irc.vs nigh uinl alandi.
on iia on n ground nf liulf un acre In osteal nnd
is lu a cutiiianndltig business position,
Knit Ttllims Al'1'I.VTo
D. Nicholson,
Okan.uian .Mission
MARTIN    BROS.
I.K.WIINIJ IIUrUK Kill!
Hardware, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
and Class.
Vernon, XI. C.
A. D. WORGAN.
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood (iily, Hnundary Creek. U. 0.
Or Apply tu Agents,
C. V, Costki'TON, Vernon, I'.. C,
A, I). Burnett, Spokane, Wash.
A.   K.  STUAKT,  Vancouver,   li. C
THE
,f_^_«i_tf___—y_f-unsrVll*—%>
VKHNON. il.e.
VIEWS OF  THE DISTRICT   FOR   SAlE.
F. If. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VUltNOX, ll.C
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL
Hough  Lumber
From $10 to I. 12.
Dressed Lumber
Prom $ 10 to K.l_
Per Thoiisnnd.
PIONEER" HOTELK^R bros.
Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B. C, ; MIDWAY,
_, .     .,        .„    ,     ,,,,,. ...,       , , GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
Wi1 havu jusl opened lhe above hotel at Orcein* nod ( lly, and mv prepared
to welcome quests and provide (food HecoimnodH.ioii,   (iimd Catering.   Fliul
,     ,.       i,, i, Moal dollvorod al Hock Crook mul nil Iiii
class Livery Staple.
Mining ("iiinnn.
WOOD, HUBBLE & WESTEL, PROPRS. ..k._, r.d.kh..
VERNON SODA WATER WORKS
O'NEAL & DOWNEY  Proprietors,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of Carbonai i, Drinks, Including
Ginger Ale, Sarsparilla, Club Soda, Lemon Soda, and Cream Soda., GOLD COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE
CHAMPAGNE   CIDER.
A Specialty Made of
Raspberry, Strawberry, Orange, Pineapple, Vanilla,  lemon,
and Gum Syrups.
All in Pint and
Quart Bottles.
Write for
Prices.
1,1,   I'l.At'Kli   MININ1I   I'l.AIMS   AMI
Ids legally held |n tlio Osoyooa
Al.l.   I'l.,'
~   l.rilaoll.
Division nf Yiiln Dlauict nro Iiiiil ovor fnnn tho
lai ilny of Novoinbor, 183., to tlio Isl day ol
.llllir, Hill,
V. A. It. I.AMIII.V.
(Iniil riii.iiiiissln.i..'
Govemmonl Olllco, Osoyooa, H. i.,
3011. Oclobor, i'li.. ,i. vv. 1*^1;i;d,
MIDWAY, B. C.
S. A. SHATFORD
<_a>;.9>%.Rr&'£^*'m-__vft.'__^
_Q_e»y Goods a,_cx«_L _Millia__ex*»*y
V E R N C) N.
I \   PiRFSS HOD   1 "'•> have an iiniiiciiao assortment with all tbe Latest Trim*
ll.   URE*)*) wu   *-> ralnga to match,
STOVES! STOVES!
school REPORT. Circulars, dodgers,  business cards,
railing cards, envelopes, letter beads,
The.following is the public school re- i,ji| \„.mu, slnlements, etc., printed at,|
port for lhe inonlli ending March lin   Tin-; ADVANCE.
81st, |	
P ih class, Maximum marks, 1050,
Jessie Murray,  In.*-':  Eddie Melville,
Bail WillieM-.lv  881 j Fred,  Wil- WATCHMAKER  and  JEWELLER,The Only Store in the City that Has a Complete Line of Ladies' Goods.
kins. 337.
Si'i'iioil class, maximum marks, (01.
Senior dh isiiin.   Willie Murrav,  765.  f|ne  Walcll  Repairing'  a  Specialty. I I \"  *i||| 1 IV'PDV wearc *niro _v<na'p]-_wrnn.acjiTOh_v-_ flrati_--i mlllliKir,	
Junior division, Waller jl. Ivill.;  -27; ; i.i   . 11 1.1.1 m .i\ 1   can gl vu ynu tho latest (n those goods at prices never before boardof I
All .Vork Warranted.    nMm     OUR      R F S S M A I<T F R '"'I bad largo ajparloD,* at (ho buslncsa, ondaporfoct	
wl |\      n.1,.0 il   liMilViuHgnarantoodprnrtilliigyoiiaoiiiltbocorrootnioasiiro CHATHAM     Bob-Sleighs      Esse
' nanlier i.a' carry ovory thing thai n lady n
il'ili-l's tu ns.   Hi'inl mn' lu-ility nml bo coll
Waller Murray, H20; Harry Pahneiv
ton, 778 i Theoihiru Kruger, Tiki: A. ™
2nd Piiiiier class. Miixhiiiiiii  uiaiks | JlALl       WAI
ton.
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lUiiii'inln'r wi' carry ovory thing thai a lady requires, and can aavo you motley if yon loud ynui
iiuviucuil. T.ai.is ('.wn Warn Oniiiai.
(150,   John Tlim 11I011, i"ilI7;(b*orgi'.Mm-j ^, ,^
ray, 811.
Ist Primer class,  Maxiiiium  marks, **-   -*
ai,;„,i",")>""lM,':,i f'luks 150 KETTLE RIVER
Chart class,    Maximum IIIIUKS,   lull.,
Cariilim. Liiiiii. 281,
A. M, I,|.;vvks. Tenetier,    \
TIIE BOUNDARY LINE.
*«_DETWKKN^«»
Marcus sod Boundary Creek Points
I, , U,,.,!,, „ alii the  lini-1 tii'At'.P. STATION AND-
!::iE:!;:,::iE;:::' !;::£, mod hotel accomodation
Issue behveen the giivuriimi'iits of lhe __™
l.'iiile.l Slaies mill C.iniiila, an excerpt J
fl' Mr.u tt.a a ns repnri to Jfls( gp^dg LJQIIOrS ID. CigaPS
IheSui'veyor-Oeiieral Is, at this Juliet*
lire iiiii'iirlaul : -. ■"— .-
To T. Kalns, Esq., Surveyor-General, Victoria, 3,.. George Edtvnids - - Proprietor
Sin: I have lbe honor I 1 ri'porl thnl
nrcorilio,.' to instructions I hive made
an examination of the  International
boundary  line,   *     "     *   For   six
miles eastward of Osoyoos   Lake   Ihe
line Is hard to find   From this point
eastward I found iwo parallel  lines,
eipially well cut, aboul 100yards apartI n .      p ,   [VI _j. '„_
apparaiilly run id almiil lliesanieliin.'. i LOLlHiy LuLli I INUIM'C
Tlie iniiniiiiieuls upon lhe north  line
are pulled down very eoinphilely, und
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory.
A I.I. KINDS OF
DOORS  SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
Manufactured on the Premises and Kept in Stock.
Write for Prices to
N. McLEOD,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
those on the sonlh lin« which nre pyru-
VERNON LIVBBlf, FEED AND SALE STABLES
SltttngB nf ilia County Court of Yalo will ho
mills of shun) al.m1l  5 feel   high  ure j li._d.ni us follow,.:
AtOaoyooson Mnnilny, 111. May, isoii.
At .Midway oil Wodnomlay.'ltli Jlay.lH.fl
standing in  good  shape,   *
From llvii's creek  in Grand  Prniri
..,,,., ..     At lho 1 r of cloven o'olork In tbo for .011,
Inn1 is haul In foul, nol cul in some nt   n ., {.   .   ,it I.uilll.v.
It. < i.e.
lly command,
Ihe valleys al all. an  air  line  hnvillg Qovol.limo„| Olllco,Osoyoos,
been iu many places run frum peak  to Doc. Kith, 1S115.
peak, on such places the monuments
are set.
As far as Boundary creek, the nuiiiti-
inents continue In stand  up on the
SOUtll lill.'ami lo In:  ill   mills   nil   llli'
imrih line,  Inil. al   Boundary creek
lliere are  moniiiuelils on  both  lines
" >"•*• At a Hats two »»■■- j CANCELLATION OF RESEBVE.
west ol Whites camp between Hound- j
ury creek and Grand Prairie, lliere is a
culling at rlghl angles connecting tin
1
itiueiils are in r
and standing on the north lin.
HO FSE boarded by
week or month.
Box stalls if desired.
__^j____rsat
HORSES broken to
harness, and hor.
ses and cattle sold
on commission.
DEALER In hay and
grain ; wholesale
and retail.
,_«^J5_*_!«n_B4Ss_i'c?a7
lg
fr      Single drivers
q    Double drivers
D  Saddle horses
L
**•«_.;_. _a_tz_Kzii_
GENTLE	
x Centre flows, Oliver
Chilled Plows.Cook Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Box Stoves,
Camp Stoves, Hardware ol All Kinds, Window Shades,
Iron pipe and fittings, pumps, paints and oils, varnishes,
rifles, shot guns, powder, shot and shells, plated ware,
enamelled ware, wooden ware, tinware, wash-tubs, washboards, spades, shovels and axes, crockery ware, lamp
goods, glassware.     All  the above goods will be sold
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE
W. J. ARMSTRONG
VBBiroir. b. o.
ALL KIN D of heavy -j
teaming' attended
CORNER Mission and
Tronton streets.
D     Do uble drivers
I    Single drivers
S   Saddle Horses
W. GARDNER,
-ROPRIETOR,
.'lilting at rlghl angles connecting the  vroTICKIi. liorohy glvon thai tlio roanrva* Jj
:\vn lines, und froui here, easl lhe 1 M-'   lion whioh win. placed on tlioiiorth*ivost.l||
niiiai.n ih. colli ||„.,iuiiirtor Section 2d.and south-weal i|oni'lcrand j -JB^M-gftlWhSt
illusion llu sniilli inn i„,hMf„,llortb.wol| ,„„,.„,. ,„ s,:i.||.,n:i:i.: itrsSiii&.ieife
I       m
ft
in Town-bin 711. Oa
llivisioil of Yulo His-1
C. Ill; II, (Juki:*-, i'. 1,, S, ti-lut. notloo wlmrnif iris pnjillalioil la lho 13
   ,,4     British Cnliuiibk Gazette, nnd doled Uth July, J
Cum fiiiI job printing at tlie Ad i lWlscainioIlod _ _ mI .
VANCE otllce. Deputy ('.munis lonorof Landanail Works.
—      ► ♦ -,
FRANK AND FREE.
I.iiiiilsniul Works llepat'tinotit,
Victoria, H. C, 1,1th March, 1EIW.
■nrir..' M _________________
ID WAY
The    _E"x-.-fciaLX-e
ZflTio-Ixellea   <&.   Renouf,  -E-rtd.
Victorda,   _B.  O.
AGBICULTURAL MACHINERY.
SOLK AGENTS FOIt
Brantford § Binders §'. and § Mowers
Till.; BEST IN TUB MARKl T.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows be., be.
WAREHOUSE AT VERMIN.
C. F. Costevton, Jk.fg&xi.'t.
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
 +	
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
NOTICE.
Or, the Confessions of a Journalist.
One of the most en I attaining hits of
aiiloliiogriiphy we have ever read is the
follow big iiivoiiiii ,if bis professional I Ih the Mining  Court  of the Ji!
life. will, its disappointment- and re-     Q Division of Ya,e D,g.
Wli'.li, bv l V..;.:.' 1  ■ li   ia: J
Been asked to drink    11.2(12!     trict, HoMen at OsoyCOS, B.C.
Drink      11,2112, 	
Ib'ipiesii'il to reltai'l	
1 Railway, Mining and Agricultural 1
Ceitre of the Kettle River
Country.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER, PROP.
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
, fi,  C.
M. 1''. B'OI.G-fflli,   I'KOl'KII'l'l'Ol".
Did relrail     	
I mil ed to pari iesand recepl ions
by persons fishing for pulls.,
Took Il.e hint  	
Ihi
To E. J. Ilickey of Spokane, in tho State of
Washington. U. S. A.
TAKE NOTICE Ibal .... anion bus boon on
tared un I n summons iaauod nKilinal .von ii
US hecll I'll- : *!)•_
in ; il?
...tbo abovo Mining Court In Hubert Clark of ti_
<", tho North I'ovk of Kotllo river, in ilia Krtllo  If
Didn't lakelhe him      3,S0O Itivor Mining Division of Vale llislricl, II, C., «|
,,-,,, '       fi minor, ror ojoolmont from lho'sonlllo    flf
linealened in lie ivlnpped         ldl minoral cbilin, logolhor wllb all tlio rights I «4
Boo,, ,.i,inoo,l fi  privileges glvon In Il.e said ininonu eluiin j PS
""""'"I'l1"1     "  inidoi'llioiirovlsloiisiif IhoMinoriil acl.   Ami   «^£
Whipped llll'lillie fellow  I   :... .'.'ib'.'bus been mule lliiil tlin |lllhlloatloil of   W
,,.,,' . ,., n notico of Ibo entry nf sneli iieiion in lb.. An-,4 !    -.   ■   '..
lllllll I eniiielo  llllll'  Illll   vAxaEnewsiiuper, nnil n eoiiy of lhe Miiiliuiliec' Bp™
Heen oeiinilsi-il iviiisLev   el i-   if posted ol, llie llmir of llie ..Iiiiiii},' llooordor's lm
nun pii.iiiiai.i uniskij.ui. it olHoo at .Midway ll aforcauiil mlnliigillvl*  I
I ivou'il go aflei llieni       5,010 alun, I also upon Ibo ginorniiicut iimco al IJ
„•      ,      ,., ., .,,,,,   llaiitiilisllfi.l'i'Siliil, fnril period'if lll.ee  Weeks.    «
Went after ihem (Illl „|s„'uro| tellvorv ol n acn 'npy of tbo ||
Been asked,'What's Ihu news?' SCX).00ft j nuiiiinotm lunuiil lu tliln nctlou Uiitollier wilh n
,„ ,, aoaloil copy of lbe aforesaid order lo Her
Inm      2:1   Jin jest vV posl mils! er at   llsiij'iias,   II. ('., ml-'
I Good Aecomraodation and Moderate Charges.
Iffo Cli.i-si.ese XXelp
Lo.s on Easy lerms to Actual   fj|.F1
Residents.
FOI! PARTIOUIiARS Al'I'I.V TO
W.H. NORRIS ....... R. C.ADAMS
Midway, B.C. Montreal, I'. Q.
|f Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.  Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.   Saddle Horses a Specialty.
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Didn't ktini. ,.	
I.ietl llhillll   it	
Bei ui iii church	
I'hanged polities	
Expect In change sli
(lave to charily	
(line for terrier d ig.
(Jlisll no luiilil	
2111,111 li)
•oglatnrcil I..
ilfrrsldenee. iiiimelvn: It
1111,1177  kiino, Shile i.f Wa-slilnginii, I . s. A„shall ho
doomed in be good nnu siiftloionl aorvlco of Ibo
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Ml WAV, KETTLE RIVER.
Firs! (.'lass Accommodation.   Good Stabling,  Terminus of Stage Line
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.   ■
- SUIIlllllllls ll|MMI Villi.
•in    Thin BiinutiutiH  .vill bo hcanl   a!  (Imovooh
nforcpuiil mi iiit- vovcnloontli ilny of April, A.
50  It. WW, .u elovon oVloi;l. in Ilia fiiruiinnii, on]
- -vhicli ilny yoti nro request od in ap|ioar. nnd If
0 you (to not HiinCHi* (iHhor in ncnuiii or by your
't'i ,i:,'i*nt al liic linn' ami ptiwc nbovo moidlimed
mu'li order will be inndo nnd proccorlingd tukou
1 us mny sooni Just mul oxpudlont.
!   DnlodtldHllillidftyofMnroli, A. It. IMHi.
('. A, If. MMHI/V,
Uold CmntnlBsioitor,
Seal of Alining Cotll'l Osoyoofi Divi-iuii of Vulc
Hi" I'l'cnnt mine rte-      nwrift.
WECESSITY FOR AN INSPECTOR.
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props
The Kettle Biver Stage Line
Running over the MAIL ROUSE
Between GRAND FORKS and PENTICTCN
('.I'liiiii'iihng
cidi'iil nl Iti-sliiiid ihe Province says:
"The disregard for Iheir own lives,
and unfurl mini ely for Ihose of others,
which is oecasioiinlly found lo e\i*l
a ng miners is posillvely oiuiecounl.
able unless il be   upon   Ilia   plan   III it
habit becoiiit'sseciiiiil natiirii,   Imagine
anything more frightfully dangerous
lhaii handling sticks of giant powder
willi a lighted   candle,   For  llnil   wa~
praiiie illy what iv.imI ine in tin-  (leu*   Assessment Act lllld I'l'nvllinllll
Ire Sine Miiie, a.i I to in Iga   frum   lhe ,, „,    .,,,,,
Iteveiitie   l:i\,  Ifoe'i  Creek
vei'ilii't Is a  usual  practice elsewhere
fm it Isdescrl In "ctialoin eon i        Division oi' Vulc Distriet.
tinning miners,"   It i- in lie hoped ihal
elfecl will Illl illl lltnll.ltt.ly given Iii lliu
jury's reel leniliilinii  'thai   an   In-   M'll'l''*' Ishoroijyglvon lhat aasoaaoil and
.pectornf Mines be iippninli'd for      ^ priwlnelal revontio lasoafor ISM nro now
,      ,.   ,„ 'hi I imyablo ul mvolll..., Osovoos, til lho
",,r"   "! '"' "Il""!i'1 following rate.:
If imlil n • boforo Will .l.uie:
tlae-bulf of one por e an. I proporty,
Tivi ii'i'i'i'iii  wlltl laiiil.
Dii'-tblrd  nf inn: por eont, nu poraonnl
proporty.
0 half nr olio per cent, nn Income,
]   If paid on or after Isl .Inly:
inleresi uin I'liionlo sviiilieaie, made       .,.,.,,      , , ,
I ivo-iinrils of one iiereeni mi real proporty,
up   ol    (lii'itli'i'liniiis.    lli..   distillers, (
1 Iw.inn.1 mie lnill iiereeni, on nfld litinl.
Biacksliiiie,   the  iioled  lawyer,   and.      ,,,,,,
„„  ' (liie*!inlf   of   :    llor  eenl.   illl   lil'l'snliiil
olliei's.   llie price ol llie liniiii  or op-j      proporty.
lion  is ani,I  ti, be $bTiO,(X)0,   Mr, Law
lefl .'. !a ni lllis   weak   Iur  Turiiiilii.-
Tlil"""'' >t< .'. ... It. I.AMIII.V.
. - ,   . ■ , . ,\H«OPBOI*llllll Cullrclur
lhv"> 'sUI" ''J' I'lauli'ili.tlhei liockl'roomilvlslonofYa islriel.
. No Trouble or Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Dest Brands Liquers and Cigars.        -        -        Good Stabling1.
G9-XIO.  EC.  S-P-aOl-TZ-E,
BLACKSMITH  AND  WHEELWRIGHT.
HORSESHOEING  AND GENERAL  REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
Leaves Penticton on Thursdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Grand FokB
on Fridays, at 6 p. m.
Leaves Grand Forks, on Tuesdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Penticton
on Wednesdays at 6 p. m.
FARES AND EXPRESS CHARGES REASONABLE.
M. MIL
...	
NOBLE FiVE B.i'DEU.
li i.s current rumor thai the Nubli
Five, io Slocan district, have heen
bunded In. or thai nn option has been
oliliilni'il on them by O. F. Law hi  lhe
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
O, O, SHURSQN, Prop.
PAIHVIBVV, It. 0,
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
ESTABLISHED  1883.
MAINLAND NURSERY COMPANY
".inm,'oil-, farm,"
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
Th:'.\'.f.j.ii'lhs of oao por eenl, iiii iiteiinm
I'l-ovineinl rovoiuio iiin, $,1.lKJiior capita,
Advance offlo.,
|   Oaoyooa, ll.C, IStli Jni it. IKW.
Our  Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
Irees Free from Pests.
FRUIT  AM) ORNAMENTAL TRUES, PLANTS AND VINES.
Send for Free Catalogue,   |   E. HUTCHERSON, Manager.
;r,
Prop.,
C,rai*d Forks, B. (.
Grand Prairie Hotel
CARSON, KETTLE! RIVEIt, II. ('.
Situate in tlio Iinincdiato Vicinity of the Boundary Greek Mines.
First-class accommodation for the Traveling1 Public.  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
McLAREN BROS.        ....        PROPRIETORS.
A, J,
•s-ozsro- SOUTH
Will leave Penticton   7 a. m. every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, arriving at Fairview t p. m., and Oro, Washington,
the same evening .
G-oxxra- worth
will leave Oro, Washington, 7 a. m., Mondays, Wednesdays
ancl Fridays, reaching Fairview at 11 a. m., connecting with
SS. Aberdeen and S. & O. and C. P. Railways.
A. J. Sprole, Prop.

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