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Vol. VII, No. 2.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, MAY 10, 1897.
$2.00 per Year.
D W. JAKES, XI. D„O.M,
iiy Ai-i'oi.vr.Muvr
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      :       :      :      BOUNDARY FALLS.
pERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C. M.
VKItNON, II. ('.
Lath or
Sl. Thomas Hospital,
LtlMiiiv. lain.
ROCERIES.    I ^
MPANY.
pR.  OSBORNE  MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C.
Ire i to >l "I -""il University
Late P;iy -i dan and a .••:, ....
■...      .-I   I-..        Ry.  Coroner
Large Shi) .nts Arriving Weekly.   Wu buy the  *.      ■
th- Vei-v Besl Brands, ami sell ul Wonderfully Low *f*>
9
IViccs,  (live iis ii call (iiiii Iii- i-iiininia-il Ihal onr *i
prices nre lhe Imvcsl in this seelion of eountry. ty
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION. lai,I ,.|, (Interesl, J, llllfolir io J. B,
Desioslers,
Record ol Minenil Locations lor the Week .,         .,           ,    ,   , ,             ,,,   ,
.ilaiy   Mnrgniel,  .',   uilci-rsl,   \\. .1*
Ending May 5ili, 1897. Hurley lo W, J. Hurley.
Al'""' iS II I Ilmi,., Unlei.'sl, L A.XIniiley
XL f II. li.-a.Uv, -amp, .1. I*.  ,„.,. E, ()i,„	
-ai.-.aa.ai.     ,                       .               ,       -   , 0''*. i inlereal. J.M. HaVlllvoUi J.E,
!    (ieiii, (irccnwood cuuip, ,1, I mining- (}|||8|)M
1670.     j Inm. ... .
AI'llll. I'll. BLESSED  ARE  THE   FEW.
M "''   OenAiXimA  """I1-   J-  '" T.ie  I'r.vin -.   dismissing Hn- evils
„   '         ,,    ,.   arising fniin the fi lispetisulion ul
i-l'iT,     We   lllgli.ll    CUIIII1,   G,     I.       II..   ,    l    ii   tl   .,     i ,*   i,i.
1 ' ' |i'ilii" I Ii. ill-nils, iu ii slightly
llai-ln
% DUMb dllu mm, UblLliig, MB. J
WHOLESALE   AND mi,..*. ,„„„„,. „„ m.Mk\,eU
»   Retail Dealers in dry J""*h N"1, u'"'dy""""""'"'   ' P' »»»i
-roods, boots and shoes,
groceries and provisions,
wines, liquors and cigars,
We i-arrv it large nnd well-selected slock of above
anil as ».. | -lia-ril ■ i* Is fiir SPOT CASH «e Q
 'ii'" «! ■- •"—•"-'' Jf j Special Attention
Ilis,- il.   Ill ve iis ii Trial Order. (l
■   ■■  .-,  ,       Rti
anaciinda, ii. i'.
IAL ),
rSR ANO SOLIOITORI   & 7o7.   __*. &',      I at tOJ? 1 OiMLCl Co. X
Of th-    . in ne Court oi B. C.
\   i i* v i( V   r U lil.ii', I'l'l'C
Vkiinon, n.c.
U    S. CAYLEY,
BAIiniSTER AND SOLICITOR.
A
|.,ili'\i.-iv, caiiMi llclviiiii,.,\ mul Vernon.
l-AA(»i(>-,*-•>-'" ' * ifl-.tK.'Ht.'fi!_fit_toxlfc,4>xA>,&.? *f
Paid to Mail Orders.
Nothing but reliable goods
kept im hand,,
IA   T-SKI.A.I.   _2S2iX._tlX*22KX3.
M!',""1- .   .,    ,.        "Here Is nn in fill 11 -eeelpl fnr ini
Flsheater,Seal le cmiip, -I.  II.   Mc-       . ,    -,,   ,
siirinjju. nice, cunifortiihle and ivllbal
''!!'"' ,   u , apr.iHtiiilnll.ii. for pmterity whereby
I >eO|.al, Lynch creek, R.  I'm-, :y,,,, can I ,v ,,,, a , ,, lie I, .ri,.,*,'for
""' "■ ':'':'• ,    ,     ,,..,,       yoiirehii, ,„i,-,,,„:,I, Im.
\"""' L-v'"'1"' k,H, Pater.,,.,,   ,,,„ d      h     „•„,,, ,,„,:l.   Tllko ,,.,
anil II. Lee, ,   ,
average sp.-eii i nl lhe genus uiiliei1
li.ilili-n   Hagle,   Morrisy   creek,   L.  uin, dlscnvers sodi'-ihing (ivhleh   In*
Klllgllt. -Iii;.'( in..- i'liii lhe ship* nf (I i.l Al-
'''■■"■■" i|iiKhly'sliin,liiv„rk,s.iy,f„r liistilnce,
W.   ('.   llAVWilllll.
W. L, U'OS.'AIW.
■I       r
Qiiaso Kouks, 11. C. ■
■a-a-Taa-n-suw v.ct*i:
C    ADRIAN   MEYER,
Mining Broker,
Notary Puhlic, Etc,
Barnard Avis., Vimnon, ii. C.
pHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKHNON. II. ('
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC
W tT\ '"iP TP- T   T% T* Tp.. T nn V /"% t* ,f\ TXT
Hiiieka, Buuiidiuyricrk, .1,,I.Harris,  „ ,.,,,,|  „,:,„,  (iiv,. *,■„, ., ,.,, ,,,,„,. ,„
Ciiy of 1'iiiis. .N.nil. Folk, P.. Gel- hiiild aiMllrii ul thai li vtlieumra
iiiond, coiivonli'iilly carry his coil I" innrkel;
Ciipi-nlingeii, North Fork,S.Pelerson, Ihi'iiw In by ivay of li nun anil llliHlru*
MAY I. linn il couple of iiiilliini Hires of lnuii
Fretiionl,   Skylark   cainp,   .1.   M. wilh nil Hid In lli Isj ad I, f ui-l hai',
Lloyd, ns an c\t,-.-, Inducement, iliree-ipiiirlerH
Siniiggler, Sinilhs camp, T. II. of a inllllo,, d illaiasin cold rnshi Then
While, ; iniill; Imw soon lie ami Illsdespuiidiilitfl
H,    ,                .,             ,,            Hauler, IIiieklelii.'i-ry ui.iiililtliu, W.   ..ill gi-o'iv lich ,toil for bow long Ih-isn
hums Bay Co,, Vernon, B. 0. i--...-..,-. Li .-„-,..i„-,„i,r.„.. ,„ nv,,,,,,,..
Twu Kings, IliH-klflifiry mminfaiii,  hi-. Inud tun! utili/.c hin milHiiy will
2p, o. rsexzic, e*^:.
=BEFORE
Haywood & Vjonard, Penticton, B. C.
!   —-' a I-
. "i-^J.... Pleasantly Situated atthe Foot of Okanagan Lake
 ,„„_„ „
Stage Conietions at Penticton
1    M       --6'
Willi Steamer Aberdeen I'm Fairview, Osoyoos, and Oroville, Wash.  Al
A. Ciiineron.
Rising S,u,, II inly mountain, C, .11.
I'nliiassnu,
Blue Bird, \niili Fork,. I, Mnrlin,
i    ll.iw   (Irockell,    Ruby   creek,   T.
aking your purchase of whiiiyaudE. G. Dniii.
Black Cloud, Puss creek, A. Olsen and
uiiiJiillHij...
'i
Don't forget that we have
Cnmp McKinney. Rock Crock, Midway, Boundary Falls, Anaconda, Greenwood jU3t received   Olir Spring
J.
K. JOHNSON,
Ciiy, Carson, Grand Forks and paints in Washington.
Ming and   .„ Agent,  ^pj,,    ACCMII13!i3ti3fl    fOP   Hililtin]    PflPtiOS,       GilluOS    Fill'iliii'ilil
s lluni'lil iiiiii   Sold,    Nutiu-y l °
Gunoral Coll
Milicnil  Cliiiins  Hniifi
l'lililii*.
(IHANl)   I.'dllKS   li.   ('.
PORBKS _, Kl-llinv, P.L.S.,
A. M.C.S.C. I'l.,
ENGINEER  AND SURVEYOR.
Good Boating and Fishing.
ERIOH ■ SAWMILL
stock of men and boys'
ready    made    clothing,
top shirts, stylish dress
shirts, underwoar, and a
iiiii line of hats.
retmiln  |ioor,   Tin- iibuvi'  recipe,  or
s iniellii ,,'i-.i. .|y iiualagotld lnis b.-eti
Irieil nil Vlllll'l III' I-   Isln,nl nnd  llle in-
hiibilniits nre enl lug Ihu dead sea fnillS
i'lii lo-diiy, They haveimiisly laste,
"Tlie power llml gave can laku
a'.vay. Befoll'|on*r il will illlilillbledly
In- exercised, li Is unly a tpiestluu of
lime,   Thai lime which sees an nnli-
II. H.Ci mn.
Alice, Summit camp, II. Kelvin,
Lucky Greet, -n, Christian lake. li. | ""'" ^'"' ,;"m'' '"    "'  I ''
C  lose ai illl C I- -iillcr will hen greal one in llle history of
Clill' Hardy muuii i.'ll.  Hnllnian*  B|'I,W,(!" hl"' "ml ls '""  v"'>' f:l1'
Llio Grniul, Suiini.il  camp, W, .P\'U',:""'   We slinll see ii. next-year, for
,, | unless   we  hi.-,* uliu-,' • tlier mistake!!
iSi-liinii, k.
J. IC, Summit camp, W. II. Keough.   • ■*—ti-I «.r I I don throughout
. lhe province, we fancy Ihal lew cniiili-
heavy cloth and flannel]   B«*tt,  a,ia,y",„-,k. .m.ci„-i-|''' "''•""""m,:,,,Pm l'""'',"lM""
I ^ ] who nr,-  imt  piepnrcil lo light tooth
,   ,.             i.i,       i              is.- "I"' "nil for tin- preservntiiiil of llie
A. (iiai'iiiiiiiil.)  It.aiiilan   creek, s. , '
i   ,    s| ! | pies riithls in iii- I'm.in- .nnl win,
"u'l'iio, \\l„.i's,(,,|. H. Jl.-iiiils.  «-ilir...-lli,'i- pl.-lge Ihensclvesius far
Sheer Strand, Deud.iuod camp, J. L, >« »"'.v I., lhe  lo , ,1 lhe Imi'l.i
llllll In- been (1.1)1.- in Ilie p.isl."
A        P (P
-iff! rnnm \
M tm U llf.   ft- ■
,1   camp,   .1.   I.. sT0LEN JE
NOTARV I'l'lll.ll'.
JIllilVAV. H.C.
SMITH  &   Mel,Kill), Pnoi'RlI'TOHS.
TOHN A, CORYELL, A,M„B.O.A.      c   t.   n m    i r i-     ; .        vn i.l   i     rr   ,
J hash, Uoors, Mouldings, lurnings,etc,   All kinds ottactory
work kept in stock and made to order.   Coast Cedar worked
Civil  Biisjineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYCH
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
into Furnishings a Spscialtv, All kinds ol  Lumber, Lath and mi    inn 'i
Shingles kept in stock,    Best material always in stock, i •*
Irrigation Pt-oiecis, Engineering nnd Survey
Work, .villi Plnns anil Bstlmatoa in any]
Portion of the -Province Immediately At- gAWMILL os Qicasaqan  Lake, Handy to Suipjibnt.   Sash  ami  Doon
lis White Front Step
GHEENWOOD, B. C.
tended to,
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Gamps of Kettle River
MiniiiK Division.
BOUNDililY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
T   il  FEATITERST0N, II, A., So.
' ■ fineer and Assayer.
Factory ox C. P. li.. Vbhxon.
WBlS AiiE lilSiiTlFIED.
Tin* jewelry s.1,1 n In.in Challoiiet',
Mili-liellAi Spring, al  Russland, ll.C,
 1   iai|-Innil   ill   Spokane,   wns   in-
. an.(aa. .1 ii   ilie United Slates courl
.,.1.1 nl- led ny A, li. Mitchell, who
'iul inni'. down for lhat purpose.
Judge ll.nii'iiiil found ,1, a lhe goods
had li cn suiugKled oyer the line Inlo
be United Slaies ivlthotil tbe consent
i I   lla-  .'..nils.    II deled llllll.  Illl,
Ti,  One,   .\,.  Ina,,.', F, McGuliel (imrsli.-il deli.erlhein loll. .1, Maloney,
iiiid IV. liaiiiiii.in.                                 | ei.::. i loi  of customs,   to   bn   l.y   bin.
....   i ink, It. Shea, dellv. I in Hi -owneisnl lliebouinliiiy
MAY I.
Your Choice  OI   any   SUit     JI"Kv-'L>'-  Gi-eenwoinl   camp,   t.  ,).
in   the   house    for   $16. |    A lV(frad,ioiul,)   l)e,„i wood camp,
Respectfully  yours, etc.j-1-l'---l"i|-'--""'
CERTIFICATE o.' WORK,
I). A., Boundary Creek  Mining and
Milling company.
APRIL HI.
T¥  A  TWr Q^f^rW       Coluiiiinis,  ,1,  Uiiuiiiiigliaiii anil .1. line belween tne United Slates ami
ii  r^l  i'i] CV I   A   ft   JlcGiiirk. llrilisii Ci iin,
■u '■"■ -'■ I ii" go "Is wi'i-e Iimiifl   bv  llelc, live
i-:s'i'.\ iiiasil Ki)  is-.-ci.
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
MIDWAY, B. C.
LADNER'S,       BRITISH        COLUMBIA       li„vingd«cl,l smbiisbage ,.i
,s here, we beg our |    IJ.'i,dw„od,J. W. Spniilding
I    ('iiiiiii.n Ball, On-Gciden.
lilabo No I, ill. CyrniidJ. Mahei,     Joel  I-'.  W, inn  in  n   valise  in  lhe
ilill.'.l. .1. I'iUTCll,
Al'ltll, Ml.
Royal Oak,,I,,I, Harris.
-•■».- --.      .    :   -I-,   , I ,'.-■■
chiiiulise 1.1,sin.
I'FANii Forks, B.C.
II. A;Ill-IBS, M. A
,'Our  Specialties-   Varieties Profitable in Uritish Columbia; pnironsioiotikoui for - fnture,ul-   ai,„ii,J. w. Spalding ami o, Gnt
... ,-       ,- n    , verllsemenl in Ihis paper,   Don't buy
I reus riee Irotn I esis.
FHUIT   AM) ORNAMENTAL TKKI3S,   I'LANTI    AXI)  VI IKS,
Send fur Free Catiilu^ue.   -    I.. Hi i'uii'Usdn, Manajri
ii[i:i  ttSSaYoFS
wbal, we Inm- In nll'ei'.
. miliar   i.illi   fatrvlow
a!, .illliil-itl l'|.|.j).l.|iis.   Proper-
'. mil mill AnalysM nfOrcs,
JMARCUS  ■■- Mil vl
£LFI?„" ] l   :  .LiliTll
ir Hain k Co,, Sway,
I.i- -       .Ian:
.'" '""',!'l -^ '"■
li.T.unn    is
'IM  :  ii
\i- llihi        iiii   lia    (la    I III   I  I'. M
Iiii1 . i al 5 i'. \i
■ ; Sun lai ai 9 \,   ■   Z
SDK   .
Northern Pacilic express olllee .and
seized by const.[hie Ore uniler a writ
issued by .la -lire I Iul, us. In lbe viil ise
was ,i pair nf men's ruffs with the
initials, "I, !-'. J,,' also n box of inedi-
iiiii- |ne|iiieil by ii drugglsl in San
Frimcisi-ii, The valise li id a lag lo .1.
I). Gi'cen, San Francisco, ..itli llie
slrrel nnil iiiiniber. lly telegi-npliic
ciurespouileiice villi Cinlin's delec-
live agency al San Fi-aitclsco, Green
iv,is Incaled ami by means of the
iiii'iiiiiiie anil lull's be waas eonncclcil
.villi i'.'l. .1 .liii-ini anil wife, who had
a    arrived lia in lbe noi'lh,   All I line
I ! i st. J- Anders  W. | tvfi-fiu-i-csii.it.   TelegrainsloDetecllvo
iViu-reii slate Ilia! .Tohltsuli adiiiils
having rcci iieil n i,ai*l from tire, n,
alias  BI ick, lo go In Nnrllipiiri inni
Dixie  W. !1 .ll.ll.lll.
pplies until ynu  see| MAy |.
.Miiiiiiii li. I'. Iliiiiifliii'.'.
Missiug I f, li. L.i-iurgi al
I i.i ily. .1. W, I,nai.
Tiilby, ll. annul, el ill,
1 IIAM-.M-.11H,
Ai'iiii, an.
' li. McMyon.
AI'IIII. 21)
I'.ill.liliilel, all inleiesl, T, P.llkill-Ol
nud U. Pfellei  lo Pallillndei   Milling   .cento the valise iiudei the dejiul  pin
.THIN .   .a...,   ,,,i i.a,     ■ We are I kin;- l'irst-1 :,    i.M^rijiU. Ru-h..^
Ij
'.'-       ;.
' ; 'XtX . ,TOB.
 it,-.».l       ...-     ...,
•    -
,. i Anal ""■ of Ore  ><  >♦
*       *
' fill-in,    I rn- ollleers ludleve lhat  lliey
i". Li inlert'sl, M. Cyi a- M.  ,,,,| ,,,,„,, nI(. |,Mlh of thu dliniioiiils,
wldi li  Inni  I n  cxtrni-lcil   I'm.ii   Ihu
In       inleresi, \.. c, tye lu   li I,   sellings.
- I ' nies ill hand  Dimes, Tl   k rintendenl of lhe provincial
...an    I-   Victoria,  Mr,   Hussy,  has
 >a>i,i.acs,, O, C. llimdei     ,. [M ,,,„„. , ,.,,,,;,„.,,„
lor
Minos Examined and Reported on
Thorough Aii|natiitanco with Hn-Kellle
ltlver mil  lliiiiiiitiii.y Oruull  Mlnins;
Qlstrlcls.
Visiiois iii Ihc ll.iiiini.il. Creek Milling Caiups, Slop nl tin' Aniirotid
"-'-,!
lo A, V, Downi
.Inm ....    interest, 0, C. Iliin.i,a-mi
III.I,  II. Ml	
if tie-prisoners,
Green's real name is said to be Him k.
I He is a cook and was I:nine,Iva will er
»' interesl, 0, C, Ui i''-„M|„, ||,„,| Spokane,   llelsknowni
""ll1" ■'• H-s "*' Ihe polices, plum (lend.
.1,,,inni. . Interest, 0, 0, GuuderBoli, .,,	
Finding all cash, time and i„a, K.ogiivie. dont bbueve ih bjhu-sin-.
trouble ami furnishing the     5l"ssl " ; llll|-"'":- "- ''■ l;"1"1''1' -   Tliecllyt.fVlcl irluwanls nsiuellei
,' tHiilliiA. K. Ogilvie, |,|„|, .1 u,ml, ils-ii Inni Ilia,  i,
Slnek   read)    lor   lllri'ket, Jumls., Jiiileli'sl,  W. L, O'Counell
.               ....               ,   I lull. 0, Giuidei-sou.
•''"'I "•'' willing 10  take   ., „.v,all,„„,,,,,.i.,m. ita„ii„„,,
F B. JACt'UI'K, .. . . our pay in Stocks,    Treas-  In A. Mat lens and F. W. Prelly, ii,,,, ih,.,,. is Inn ver, liiile ii- I.i. ii.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,  wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of       ury Sunk  Listed  Last,   ,  ,"Aj' f,ulllli„,0 Ti.„. trM."' "M" "" "'"',"l,l"K
Spectacles and No...„,„ii,,-i..i. n.....!..     n.-. .\ ,,,,„ „. „„, ,,„ ,,v „, ,,,,,. ,.,
Silverware. CHOICE   NURSERY   STOCK       "',,r '■■"'■"''•'■ |,'"',il- 's :  c'liniax.-, neat,.!. At iM."*„!7,riiJ^tti:
UUV1UL,     nunu-Ui      Ulu"'ii' ,,,,,,. .,, ,1,, business of iiiining nre about ask a
.  \   I I I II  \       I  I P i        T  I    ' I  I*. I    > ,.       , ,      ,
11 ■ i*       r • I  Iaiui, I     W    ill    K"' "' ||-..""- il" ""' " '  I ''*'"'*•
All Stock Crown Without Irrigation. ,   »„,,.u.-u J™. ,„[,!....'..., '      '   ■ '1V1' '" " .'!'"!" !""..*v,",l..lt
Good Table  -  Good B ood Ll uors -  Good Stabling
I r'oprietor
GENOWAYS 8z McAVINEY
a iilnm ii. nice a litmus of $160,000 for
one, ii a a ani in Is Ihal .iln-n ii lie-
 necessarv to bonus any im-.ii.ii-
RErAlRINC A SPECIALTY.
VKHNON, 11. C
IJ. K-tcDUFF
General Blacksmith,
M1IWAY, B. C.
All lllllll" "I %k '-^ccllleil lo llie Sail!
Iiii.lionuf.l.'u.-lolllis
Free Coinage,
L. C. DIlAhlAN,               liMackloT. A. Howard, „,,, ;,,., ,„  |WI, *wl 1 l-e buill ou lhe
Broker, Spokane,   I                       MAV 4. British si'iibininl In the near fill lira as
Haml.iw, lliilcicst, G. O'Nell in IC  ilie mineral pi's-iniliiii'siiruevery day
1'. < i. Ho.\ ."",»'-.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving' the Nursery _
bPOKANE pALLS CommernialJob IttflDgJ^SSS, ,,,t, w,.,.^|HSSS?S*^
WttsliJil'jti >n
Till-; ALVANCI','
niilii. In K. ,1. Mali lea -Nil. Midway, H. C, Mav 10. IW.
Till-: ADVANCE.
THE ADVANCE.
\\.
. Nonaw,
, HttOPRtETOlt
although mi iipptwl is to he t;ikcn in
tbccusf i-iti'il, in tin* privy count!!, wt*
feel cei'ttiln lhat lhe decision just
rendered liy the court ivHl he sustained.
l'lilili-tuil   weekly   ai   Midway,  B. C.
Subscription Prico, £j.ih. per annum, payable
In ailviiiii'i;, olthor yearly or half-yearly ai tho
option nf Hie Bubacrtbor.
AdrorttRhiR Itaii'- Ment nn application,
Though iin1 I'tiiiiiiiii-. uf Tin-; Advance are
Hhvuir, opau fm- tho itinciiiialon of matters *.r hi'mmiii to boat'[upon iin* auveimnenl
publiciiitoroAtamilinporUwoo. wo do uotnoc-  .    ,, .       ' ' ..
ceurorlly etidorao anj of tlio opinions osprcsud.  "}' "ll,8e who were desirous oi seeing
CorrMpoiidoncc of a personal datum will not ho , ll(J t„x removea from Hi()se engaged
PBBVIOOB lo, mid U.iOUl tlie time of
Lbe opening of lho presenl sitting of
the leffishtLurr, preat   pressure   was
SHOES! SHOES!
SHOESi
We Hani Hardware and Hardware Only.
W. J. ARMSTRONG & CO,
iniiiii-iii'i
; A (-cuss in lliis s|iiu-i- imli-
tcatos that your subsorlptloii
le this paper haa oxplrod.
MONDAY. MAV 111. 1897.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
The spirits of lhe American pupil-
lilt Ion of the province which for the
past few days bnve been depressed loa
very low .-lib its they realized thnl the
prii ili'ilucs hitherto granted ilium by
lhe people llf Ii. C, were ahuul ,o Intake,i uwuy, iii**., no doubt now gradually rising lo Iheir uceilsl(lined level as
the truth eomes home to Ihem Ibnl foi'
the linn* being al auyriile, ilu- danger
is passed. It was a very near margin
however upon Which their privileges
were relallied to llu-,,,, as Air. Humes
motion lhat the alien sectiun of the
Mineral Act nn,end,,,enl. bill be struck
(nil, was only carried liy one vole,
thirteen members voting I'm- nnd 12
llgalnsl il- A good (le.-ilofilllellliotlluis
been paid Ibis subject of excluding
aliens Ihiiii Inking up ilu- mineral
lands nf the. province by papers upon
the oilier side of the line, more par-
I li'iilarlty those published in Spokane,
and yel so Inconsistent are tin- people
of the greal republic lo He- south, Ilinl
while Ibey bowl for privileges In be
extended I.) Ihem, by the people of
Oanndii, iiiid more parliculiii-ly by the
people  of  lllis   province,    yel     Ibey
closed llieir d '  si  effectunlly lo
tin- Caiiadlnti prospector ..ben lhey
iiilnpla-d similar measured and have
kept il so closed for nlong lime pusl.
As I'm' us legislnl ive enactment, is
concerned of course an cod has been
pul to tin- ipieslioli for the piesenl,
bul lb inly (ire we convinced I he subject
will imi be allowed lo slumber for long,
and will at some Iul ure dale be hroiighl
again lo ibe altentioii of Ihe legislature
us ii resull, of I lie great awakening
among B. ("s. population, count qui'iit
up-ill lhe re iii/.illon of Ibe enormous
privileges ibnl iiii- lieing indiscriminately showered upon aliens, by a
government whose greatest uiui seems
to lie In make a record for itself in
llie uial Ier of alleiialing fnnn the
p uplc in my valiialile assets, which a
wise iiiul judicious legislature would
co,,reeve lo llieir use nnd benelil.
in   nnd   mound the   precious metat
niines of the   province,   il   was fell
Ihalthe imposition of a live-dollar tiix
upon   lhe   working   inan   was   unjust, (iinl mote particularly so as it
was not exacted from miners engaged
j in tlle colliaries of the province,   To
j llie request that the lax lie removed,
j tin- government gave a favorable reply
iind promises that it should be, hul
now il would seen, as a result, of recent
influence ill tho opposite direction the
govcrniiii-ul has decided to allow (lie
lax lo remain iu force.
If lite ohjecl. Iu doing so was lo
furnish a menus whereby a lax could
he extracted from ilu- alien laboring
classes, who nre flocking intu Ihe
province lu search of work, ihen why
lliii not llle giivernuielll amend the net
so that it would apply I" nil men work-
lug ill any mine iu the province. It
would not be possible then foe American i-oal millers lo come over here and
In- treated with n greater amount of
leneancy llinii Iheir lirrthci-n who Iiiul
employment iu our metal mines,
Either take llle tax away altogelhei
or make il an equitable oue.
Ladies Fine Slides and Oxfords,    .''lines for the Little
Shoes for Miners and Ranchers.
•OIK,
..SHOES FOR EVERYBODY...
examine
It would be well io remind miners,
prospectors and others lhat Ibis disirici has been constitiileda lice district,
nud tbell-fore comes within the sphere
of the act to preserve the forests from
destruction liy lire, the provisions of
which lake elfecl io May and continue
in force until October of each year.
Now that, lbe dry season has fairly
sel in, the usual danger ot hush flics
threaten, and iherefore it would be
well for all tu become familiar with the
provisions of lbe net, und more particularly that seelion which says;
"Kvery ptreon who shall,botwoon thoftref
day nf Mny mid Ilia Ill-fit ilny (if Octobor In nny
ycnr. mako („• start wiiliin nny lire district, any
Hut in iiny woods or faciisL or upon nny lands
adjacent tlioroto 'or cooking:, obtaining wiinnili
in- fnr tiny liiduttlrlal purpose, slinll clear n
sntlli-iiait s|ni(.c surrounding tliu place ill IVllll'll
In ia uiiuul tu light or anna such tiro, nnil slinll
completely extinguish such lli-n boforo leaving
llio place."
Let alt therefore lake warning mul
govern themselves accordingly.
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The editor of this publication was
Indisposed dmiug the latter part of lasl
week,and hisdutlesdevolved upon other
shoulders,  The editors! substitute io-
ndvei-tautly coupled Greeuwood Cily
wiih Grand Forks as a place requiring
a money order ohMce, which of course
wns altogether a mistake, but nol a
NEARLY everyone in lhe roiinlry is.'er'ous one.   Tin- incident however
familial   will,  tin-  -.1 Paris Belle furnished tm opportunity for our concise as il was decided by Chief Jusl ice  temporary the Boundary Creek Times
Our stoei*: is now complete and is guaranteed for style and
durability,   Vou are respectfully requested to call ant
goods and get quotations,
J. McNICOL,
Midway and Anaconda, H C
Hardware, - Tinware - ani - Stoves
ANACONDA, B. C.
YOU
Can order goods from uszd-
And get just the same service
as if you were here in person.
Crockery,  Glassware, Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Bellows, Anvils, Heating and Cook Stoves, Woodenware, Sash
and Doors, I'aiots and Oils, has been selected to meet the
requirements of lhe counlry, ami will be found most complete.
Sjp&X£±st,J.-t±&ss
Jessop's Steel  (any size); San Francisco   Powder,
Caps and Fuse; Miners' Outfits.
Jo'b'bxxxg*   SSlio^p
Any order in the Tin or Iron Line will secure our
Prompt, and direful Attenlion al a Hoasonalile Figure,
W. J. Armstrong & Co., tlie Hardware, Tin and Stove Men, Anaeonda.
BROOKLYN - HOUSE
GREENWOOD CAMP, BOUNDARY OREEK, H- 0.
Davie,   From lhe decision of lhe Chief
Justice llu-owners of Ihe Paris Belle
appealed, nnd It would seen, upon very
good grounds wns lbe appeal based, as
Ihe decision of Ihe full court   delivered
on llle Iinl insl. ul Vieloria, completely
upset I be rendering of I be Chief .1 ustice
as to whal consl Uiiles mineral iu place,
Upon Ihe bench sat Judges McCreighl,
Drake nnil McColl, .lodge McCreighl
in rendering his decision, touching lbe j will bandlo tholr cedar nnd plno shingles and
question uf mineral iu plncesiild* i"As Wh, which will bo kopl in Btook nt Midway.
to work itself up into it state, while
poinl iug mil the error,iihuost hiii-deriug
upon we, were a bout lo write "insanity,"
lull, no*; we will not suggest the ueeessily nf our contemporary assuming such
a .'iuulilimi.
 t. • 4    —■
TO BUILDERS.
Tho Boundary Crook .Milling mul Lumber Co.
huve nittilo arrangements liy whicli [lain & Co.
In ihc argument, of plaintiff Unit no
.ein or lode was discovered most be
answered by ascerlaiullig whal is rock
in pluce, as staled ill the mineral ad.
It n,e.-uts all rock in place bearing
valuable, deposits of mineral within the
meaning of Un net. The legislnl nre in
this net. slnles 'All mineral claims shall
be marked by two legal posts placed as
near as possible on the line of the ledge
or vein,' Those words 'ledge'or'vein'
are disjunctive, showing ihal llie b-gis-
luliire did not consider.-! vein necessary,
Again, llie ncl provides tla,I Ihe ilis*
coveryposl be placed where there is
'rock ill place,' This means sufticlcnl
valuable deposits of mineral capable of
being mined, lhe wunl 'valuable1 being
defined as 'capable of being valued,'
the locillot- not hnving lo swear In Ihe
value of tiie mineralsfiiuiid, bul merely
lhat he hns found ll. li is uul necessary, as Duvie luui In-Ill. lo II id 'substance between deilued walls' before
recording, because often largo expenditure is necessary lo Ibnl llu- walls, nnil
oflen without success even lis In the
Willis,    ll was liiil   sllggesleil   llllll   lbe
Paris Belle had no or", bu, only llial ,a
vein oc siiinelliing helween lbe walls
was not diowii, Tin- laud olliee liad
adopted ii inle Ibal when land is wol-lll
fui' iiiiiii' I'm -agricultural purposes than
for mining, il is mil miiaa.il I;,oil,
I hough it ii,ay contain souie gold or
silver, nml this McCreighl holds was
llu- principal rule of lliu decision Ihal
would be appll, d lo ibe subject. It
bud nol been show ii I bul liiudsiidjtici'lil
lo lbe Puns llrlle wen. lip) ter suited lo
itgrli'iillui'f than mineral land." Judge
Drake upon I he same poinl says: "As
lo Paris Belle locution, lbe ink iu
place appears to he all rock which bus
mil been broken from llie main body,
llu,ugh bow valuable ii mny be may
uol li" discovered tiiitil extensive work
has been done, A lode or vein is ,,o,
necessary to be discovered to enable a
miner In locale gnu,ml if Iheru be
Orders fur nil kinds uf luinbor ..ill nlsu In:
promptly Illicit
C. F. COSTERTON
VERNON, B, C,
General Real Estate & Financial Agi.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Aaaoiat   .Fox-*^—
Tin-: lliiVAi. iNSUlUNOli Coy.
Tin* London and Lancashire l-'uii-:
Insurance Coy.
Tiik Insurance Coy. oi-' North
America,
Tim London am, Canadian Fun-
WE
Pay   particular attention   to
Mail Orden.
Good Acoflinniodntlon for Travelers.   First-elnss Monls Served
Good Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF, PROP.
GRAND FORKS
HOTEL.
0. B. & P. B. NELSON s
i ***********~*****w-^-~
(§) o CEO. P. MIMS, Proprietor.
G_y_hXi.<fL IPoa^lcs, IS. O.
•' 1ICTLY piRST QLAvSS,
(C) -JERMSSI-QO AND $2*00 PER DAY*
Nelson, Wash., and Carson, B. C.
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale State
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HOUSES
AND
GUIDES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
H The trade centre of the Grand §p
ffl Prairie, Kettle river and §fe
p2 Boundary creek mining and ||l
pp agricultural country. ffl
W, Situated at the junction of p|
ffl the Boundary creek, Marcus ffl
ffl and Reservation wagon roads. Sjja
HI Nearest point to the Colville S
?M reservation mines. $m
ffl LOTS AS GOOD AS GOLD ffl
ffl
m
ml
MlM
11 C. E. STUART ■ ■ ■ AGENT ffl
9t2___\ Wl*?%3
Sfcvft OARSON, CHAM) FIIAIHI10, 11. C. Ssjj
mi     _tt_s_fm_.ms_t.    m   K
M. I'*. I*'(ll,.l l-IK,  PROPRIETOR.
Fori,rices nud all othecinfor. nation apply to
tlle Osoyoos Vernon  and   Ketlle Illver
"lining Divisions of Yale Dish-lot.
NOTICE is horoby given Mini nil placor
olalms legally hold in Ihu Osoyoos, Vernnn nml Keltic Itivor Mining Divisions of Yulo
lilsli-ii'l.an-Iniil uv.-i-fr  llio Isl Novoinbor
INI!, inilu- Isl Juno, I.W.
ISIgnodl      ('. A. II. LAMBLY,
Odd Commissioner.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Oei'tlllcnto  of   linprovonients.
HOTIO&
HAI'liK I.HAI' Ml.VI'IIAI, CLAIM,
Situate In Camp McKinnoy In tlin Osoyoos
Minim* Division of Yalo District,-.
TAKK NOTICK llml I, .1 es Lynch, free
minor's coiltllcato Nu. "MB*, Inlnrnl, sixly
mineral denuslls of sntHcictlt value ln|{W«*f»m tlip .Into liorooj to npirty to Mm
1                       ...      . I Mining llciiinlor for a corlincito of improve*
monts, fin- Hu- purposo nf obtaining a Crown
iii-iiiii lo lho abovo olalm.
Anil fiu'llu-r lako notico Unit ni'liuii, iiiiiii.r
sordini. 117, innsl ho cnminoncod boforo lho
IsSllllilCi: llf SIII'll i-l-lillcilll' Uf illl]T'U(.||||.||ls.
Dated lids iinl (lay uf Unroll, MR.
induce tin- miner lo expend eupllal and
luinil- ot, Iheir develo|iiiieul." This
sle. nld set lie lhe vexed i|ueslii'ii as lo
whal cuuslillllus mineral iu [illicitunil
In everything required by the Miner,
the Prospector and the Rancher, at
reasonable prices. SEE OUR GOODS
ED. DRISCOLL
Dealer in General Merchandise. Saddles and Harness, 'Carson. B, 0,
8. H
ps,
BJo Cliinese EXel:p
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.   Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.   Saddle Horses a Specialty.
THE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation.  Good Stalillng,  Terminus of Stage line
from Marcus, Washington.
McAULEY & McCUAIG, Proprietors.
Grand Prairie Hotel
OARSON, KETTLE- RIVER,  II. ('.
Situate in tiie Immediate Vicinity of the Boundary Creek Mines.
First-class accommodation for the Traveling' Public.  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
McLAREN BROS.        ... - PROPRIETORS
THE FASHION
FEED . LIVEpy - fi-yid - Spti - SJflB-JES
GREENWOOD CITY,
Always mi hand Good Single ami Double Drivers, Ladies'
aiul Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.   Pack
Horses lor Hin.'.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
The Golden Gate Hotel
FAIRVIEW, II. ('.,
"37. 2E511i©-*i    -   -   -    KBa?o-pa**rfte,fcoap.
(10(111 ACCOMMODATION.  GOOD STABLING.
COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
Sittings nf tbo (liniiity C -I. of Yulo will lm
hnlilon as follows t
At Mil,, iy. en lliiailay, the ("lh May,
ism, (mil
ill Grand forks, u„  IVwIiicmlny, Hm
(lliii Jluy. IH07,
Al   III., lllllll- nf   In   ..-l-i'-k 1,1 tllO I'i'l-elliiil
respectively,   11; con u„l,
IV. (I. lli'JIVNX,
.   , lliivi'i-iiini'iil (Mlli-i-. Miil.ii.y,       O.K.O.0,
Stopping Place for Stages to and from Penticton and Oro, Wash.      mu,.,;i, u,m.
COUNTY COURT NOTICE
A silling of ibe Cinnly Oonrtof Yule will
lie Illlllloil ill
Osoyoos on Friday, .he I-llh of Iiiuy, 1807-
Al llie In,,,-nf III o'efick l„ Ilm foroiiuo,,.
By command,      ,<'. A, It. LAM IILY,
liiiri'i'iniii'iii (illli-e, (soy-cos, H. o, 0.
April l-ili. I sill
Tlio nbovo oourt/8 postponed until tliO-Htsl
Sliil-, 1801, LOCAL AND DISTRICT, Dunnell; Yukon..!. Fnum; Oceanic,
'..i.f. Haas; No.  1. 0. .1. Lundy; He- j
Mr.  I*.   (I.   Cuppage,   government|fender; T, McDonnell.   Tbese cl-ilma]
inspector of roads is now in tbe district I ;,Vu silualed near where the road lead-
endeavoring to get men lo work on tlie | [ng to Anarchist mountain crosses lbe j
Boundary mountain road.
^^W^W^W^^&mft^CiCSJi^s/ii -ft' i. ft.-.
Al present tbe Kellle river is higher
South Fork of Hock creek. Tbe quartz
Is of a free-milling eharacler, carrying
than'it lias  been  al. any  time  this ! on   lbe Blirfacii  a small   n „„l   of
spring and is nearly as high as it was > galena und a liltle iron pyriles. and
at Hood time Iivo years ago. should, Upon   devclopmenl,   show up
Lumber  is  being hauled upon   thi'   "'''"■ ,
ground for lbe erection of n meat Mr, H. Cameron has a gang of men
market which Messis. Kerr and Flood \ al work on the extension of the l-'.,,,team building. Mr, C. Jlelvllle has the nny, nnd already a shaft several feet
contract.
Captain Liinib, 1. N., is again visiting
at Midway, he having came direct from
England.  Oaptain
some lime here looking after his property it,le rests.
His m my friends In the district ,vill
hear with regret uf the bereavement
which has overtaken Mr. .1. K. Johnson
of Grand Forks, whose, father passed
away at Vernon a few days ago.
Mr. .1. Hmnill, of Ariiistrung, win, is
visiting ut Gieenw'ond al presenl, is
laid up wilh a wounded leg, us the
result, of hnving a pie,-,- of limber
falling upon him.
Mr. Spencer is clearing land in,
Boundary mountain proprietory to
engaging in the small fruil Industry,
lhe principal fruits lo he planted out
being respberrins, strawberries, current*, etc,
0, D, B. Green, P, L, S„ is now en-
engaged surveying the laud al liuck
creek which the goveitment inlend lo
put upon the market in lilts, The
method of disposing of the lots il is
understood will be by public auction.
Quite a flock nf commercial travellers
have been passing lhrough Ihe districl
the past few days, which gives indication that the outside business world
is beginning to appreciate the fact that
tlie trade of Boundary creek is worth
looking afler.
Messrs. .1. A. Coryell and .fames
Lynch returned front aprnspecllngand
exploring   expedition   up   lbe   innin
Keltle river on 11 lay last,   They
repurl a tremendous amount of snow
yel lyiiigon I lie slopes of the mountains
facing tbe north.
6HEENW00D CITY MERCANTILE!).].
GREENWOOD CITY, 11. c.
• Ml
deep bus been sunk, and a tunnel run,
wbich as il progresses is expected to
tap the ledge al a cunsldei-abte depth,
IIU ll.lll.. 11.1 . .,.( 11 '.,11   i . , ...
Lamb will remain \ Altogether the property looks splendid.
Mr. Aiusley Megriiw arrived in camp
a few days ago and ill once started for
Vernon, He is expected back again in
a day ur Iwo. Mr. Megraw was very
well pleased with tlle showing on the
Minnehaha,
The ('mil  company have moved
lbe liofslitlg works more lo lhe east, or
(u, the Amelia ground, aud are also
erecting tlie compressor plant at ibis
poinl upon their property.
The outlook is favorable for a busy
summer's work in Ibis camp, and there
is plenty of ground left around lbe
camp that should claim lhe attention
of the prospeel or.
A CARD.
THE BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL
110,-XllAltY FALLS n. c„
Has   C-h.Eaan.-gred.   Banda.
Under the new management, many
renovations will be effected, lending to
the co,iifo,1 and convenience of guests,
Meals will be served ill all hours, the
tables being furnished with the best
the country affords. A great variety
of tlie best brands of goods will he
foi,nil :,l lin- bar.
 AND-
Lipp Dealers
Oat of Town Trails.
I
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THE  FUTURE
VERNON,
B.C.
RAILWAY,MININGAND ffl
AGRICULTURAL CENTER OF 1
——„. ——— ^
The Kettle River Country Eg
mmmb*—               i    .■■. inn ■*—m ■■■■« —■•*■*■ vifW
ffl
Lots nn Easy 1 erms to Actual Residents, uIkI
'articulars Apply to sfejj
FLOUR
)/
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■M
77
wilh the Biu-roundlng camps.
Messrs. \V. II. Young mul I'liii As-I
pinwal are visitors in the distiirl al      V< h^'enl.iil position on Bound-
presetil,   Mr, Young is the parly hold- ary creek, the hnlel is closely iu touch
inc, tlie tiimil on   llie   il inarch  and
II unly cliiiins in Green wood camp, lb-
ul.ao purchased tb.- Lanark in Ihc same]   To deserve public patronage will  he
camp,   Work uill he slnrled iiluiosl al
nt. once upon Ihese ptiiperlles.
The Boundary Kails In,id has passed
inlo oilier hands, Mr. Thomas Wake,
a well kin. vn .-uul much respected old
liniec I,living purchased lin- premises
froui    Mi-.  T.   Hanly.  of   Anaconda]
(luring ill*' pasl week,   Asn prospector
llr. U'nki' lias I n sitci'i'ssful a,nl as
., I,i,lei pri.prielur we believe be will be 1
eiiuiilly as forti,aa,e.
Quile n rush Is being experienced at
the guveruipeiit offlcc, owing to tlie
fuel  thai  all the Americans in the
districl are renewing I licit fr biers
cerlillciile, llierohy hoping io controvert the law when it ciitnus into force
which «ill forbiil Ibeni becoming free
miners, wilhoul Ural declaring their
InU'lltiiiii of becoming llrilisii subjects.
Mi-, .lohn Mist Is planting oul many
valuable trees ou his ranch jusl wesl
of Midway which were brought from
California and include lhe black walnut, hurse cliesuut, California tulip
tree and others of the hard wood
varieties, lle also is making preparations foi putting i,m iiii extensive
orchard Ihis fall. Mr. Easl was the
lirst tn plant fruit trees un the Kettle
river and he bus always had great
faith in I he district as being particularly suited to full! culture.
 4 , 4	
A PETITION.
tbe chief -liiti uf
Yours respectfully,
THOS. WAKE.
Pll'lI'ltlUI'Olt,
This Space
Is Reserved for
J. A. USWORTH
Who will open
J\ DrvigStore
AT MIDWAY
In a few Days.
Wc have commenced ihe manufacture of Flour uinl are in
the husincss to stay, and we now offer the following brands lot'
sale: Hungarianj X X X X, Strong Bakers and Superfine,
Also Bran, Shorts nml Chopped Feed,
Patronize Home Industry antl keep the monev in the dis**
i-Ainiour.* i'kkiis, i ni'iotom, trict.   Our llmir has lieen pronounced ihe superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, B. C.
Tlie Leading Hotel
In the Interior.
GREENWOOD flCheapl Cheap! Cheap!
CITY^~ • f'T^>'^^^'hW^ THESt
THE 0X1T PERFECT FENCE.
fOVMBEFEtt
WIRE ROPE SELVAGE.
tftiiftirii'ti
BEST    1
STEEL
I    WIRE
Is lhe Central Tnwn'anil Supply Point of the Boundary
Cleek Mining (lamps.   I'riini Ibis New Town roads
lead to i iii-
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Manillucltifl
the ontar'o v-.re fencing co., Lra
r.eluu, Outulo,
FENCINGS
AN WKI.I, AS
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lots are Selling Freely and u    a Oood investment.
For Price of Lots and Olher Information, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood Cily, Boundary Creek. B. 0.
Or Apply to Age,lis,
C. F. Costerton, Vernon, B. C.
Mi-Mullen's Choice Steel Wire Nettings (or Irellis, poultry yards, lawd
fencings, etc.   Are sold much lower this year I lain ever before,
Turn* .uu-: tiik Bust.   Ask your Lturdwaru Merchant for Ihem.
Prospectors' Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
(Jriinil Forks, II. ('., Below the Bridge.
Livery Teems, Saddle mid Fuck Horses and Ladles' Mh Horsas
Hay, Grain and Wood for Sale.
Teaming of All  Kinds a Specialty.
THE.
■t-wu-t-r jTiu* %u _?a*?^S%_%_
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of  Improvements,
A petition is being circulated among
the inhabitants of Greenwiiud City,
the object being to ascertuln iis to
whether a majority of ihe property
holders  desire  incorporation.    There
tire about 100 property holders, a majority of them reside in the cily.   The
laud coutained within ihe corporation
would consist uf aboul 1121) acres and
would comprise luts 710 and 711, the „-„,     ,,.,,., ,;,   N„  ,■„;,, ,„.,,,. .;,
Dark  Horse   and   Dundee    mineral days from lbe unto lun I, to apply to lho I
Mining Hooni-tloi- for a coi-tifloalo ot hiijirovo-
Hunts.for lhe put-piiaa "f obtaining n Crown
L'l-.ini of lho nbovo claim.
Ami rnrilu-r [alii! notico ilinl notion, minor
sootlon 37, innsl In- oommoiioeil boforo tlin
iaalliu n( Slli'll |.,.,.,ill|.|ll|. nf illi'inna-llll'lils.
Daloil Ibis 2711, day of March, 1801.
Tin: t'ni.iMiii,. Mis,;,...,. Claim.
Sltualo nl Camp Fairview, In tho Osoyoos
MininB Division of Yale Districl.
TAKK NOTICE  Hull   I. Clinil.-s   llcllilis
tiiTi-ii. ua ngonl fnr l-lvnii Morris, free
A.  K. Stuart, Vancouver,  B. C.
claims.
 4 . 4	
IHE FALCON.
ll is snid IiiiiI Messrs. T. IIunly and
F, (iouio have either bonded or sold
outright llie Falcon claim in Central
camp- Tin- i-lreuiiistnnces unending
Ihe deal bnve nol ,i- yel lion ever been
made public.
.—   ► •<   —
THB MONtEZUMA.
Messrs, M irgaii aud Keigblly bnve
Mini ed o-ii to work on the Monte-
/at ii        inii i.l, ,...|i,iaiod rilllip,  (iinl
b   -   ii ih i.ai I  lhey .ii.l carry mi
.- a    i... -non- lime, as ibey desire to
ib notighly open up lie* properly.
S . 4	
OAMP  Mi-Ill WHY  NOTES.
Showing lhe Dales itnd Places of Courts of
AssUc, Nisi Frills, Oyer an it Tormlner and
Conci-iil Gaol Delivery lor tlio Your 181)7.
FURNITURE!
—«****X£J 4 JltPWuiLi
CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED
^UPHOLSTERING*^
ROSSLAND, B.C. VERNON, B. C.
PIONEER-HOTEL
Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, li. C.
We have jusl opened the ubove lintel al (irernwood Cily, and aro prepared
In welcome guests and provide guod accommodation, (.ood Catering, l-irst
class Livery Stable,
NELSON & CO.
PROPRIETORS.
SAWMILL
""i?ELOWNA, b. C ,
■'*•*■ i* ——pw— •■• —p«*m
Villi rati HOW purcluWC ''t'tliir pltliol ilnur-. lit mil ifulU  niftilc  uul llni-hcd : WltldoW KlUbi
lnLlm, HliJiiKiwiiml nil ollior kliidri uf lnjimu/iinilsliliiifMil tliu Okunntfuti Sawmill lluugb itnd
drosuod lumber coiiBlftiiUj on lift ml, Ordqra from Ivctllo [Uvor dfattrlci wllcUcd mul prlcm
furnlsbcd upun application lo
N. IJ. Satli iiiul Iti'iii-iii i'„.i-t I'rioou, witli S%|il Advancolo cover emit ot fruigbt.
33.   LHQXJOKIB, PROP.
•[.    .i        to -,...in., ni'ia
Quite .a ,iuinlie|. ol good locutions
lain i .(, made here lately in llu- new
Held lying I-i llu- -iniil of lin- eamp
iial niiuii; llie valley of Hie Sou 11
Fork of Hock creek. The claims ink.a
up are pie'!-,  much  ia
being up..il one ledlfu of ore, .villi lhe] l.yiinn Friday,81bOctober
others closely i lich,   A fuw of I lie Von   ...Holiday, Mb (Motor
claims laken up and the names of ibe , *""' "'">'"" » ' •■*M»". *''■ Novombor
„ ,, ......   I Viuinniver Momliiy, Slli Nmciulicr
si'iiiMi .\ssiy.iH
Xiiiininii) TliuHtlilj',  *M li May
New Woatmliifltor Tuesday, lliii May
Vancouver Tuostluy, mi h Mny
Victoria Tuoaday, i*ii It May
t'liiiiiiii  Monday, Slal May
Kamloops Monday, 71 li J uno
Vornon Mouluy, Hilt Juno I
Nulst.ii 1.... Monday, SlHl-Jimo I
•Duuald Mondaj IBUiJuiie
'8|)eeial AsstKu.
h-.llJ, ASSIZES.
i Clinlon Tbtiwday,23rd Scpl-uinbcr
t Ulcliflcld Monday, 27tli Bcplcniber
hunch, rmii'  KHmiuutJH Monday, lib Ootobor
Incut.ira ait! us followsi Aiciiii'iii, It,
Victoria TuiiKilny, iiiiii Novombor
M, Melntyiv; UiTiit Knslcru, T, Mc- INftnaimo Tuesday,23rdNovombor
RENDELL & CO-
GEN ERAIJ^
^^MERCHANTS
Grecnv/aoii Cily and Boundary Falls, 8. 0,
VERNON LIVERY, FEED All SALE STABLES
Good single ancl double drivers ami saddle horses, Ladies'
gentle double and single drivers and saddle hm-srs. Horses
boarded by lhe week or month, Box stalls if desired, Morses
broken in harness, ami horses and cattle sold mi commission
Dealer in hay and grain; wholesale and retail. All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to,   Corner Missinn .md Tronson sts,
VV. G .uii\I K,  PuOI'ltlETOR, .mini at,   o.   \j (   ,ti.\>   Ji',   If-'*.
1 11 r.    .ini.l.ii  l'„
BOUNDARY CREEK MINING AND MILLING COMPANY, Ltd. Ly.
Incorporated 2ist October, 1896.
XS.ttJi.Xi    OFPZ C?E ,   GEiSBM WOO »   €3 I 'XUT,   3B.  C .
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V-V**
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T1HE3HISES"*,.
OFFICERS OF COMPANY:
(f. ARTHUR RENDELL   • Prbsident
li. A. HOLBROOK -  -   Manaoeu
('. W,  II. HANSOM Slollu-IIAKY-'rilKASfUKU
BANKERS:
BANK OF MONTREAL    -   -   Vernon, B. (1.
I
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VIEW SHOWS (IIIEI-'.NWOOD CITY AND LOCATION OF COMPANY'S CLAIMS.
V-Ay*--
-s\r^r
This compiny is regist. n\ under tin
Companies   Act,   iSoo, and    men I n
CtS,    in   I'll-       Iii  C     I   'I'c   '  '
■
\'ii loria, ii. C, i"i    ,500,000   li
$1.00,   luui-  assessable,  of  which   ii
portion of the Treasury stocK is now
offered al 10 cents a share on application to the company.
I
I
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PI-JOPEI^TIES.
The properties, whicli urn absolutely
owned  by  the  Company, consist of
right claims lying  in  a group and
named as follows: "Tlie  Fred.   D„"
"S, II. B.." "Big Ledge," "l». A.,"
"0. li.," "S. [•-.," "(i. A. II."anil "3.
A. C," being fully slimvit and explained
in the (Map linn annexed,
—+—
DESCRIPTION.
On lhe "D. A." ii n vein nlioul -JO
inches wide, with a pay-streak of-i to
12 inches; froo, this 8,(S1 lbs. of ore
was shipped to Ihe smelter, giving
$103.15gold per too, silver 71 7-10ozs.,
and 2 per cent, lend. A tunnel is being
drive,, on Ibis vein from which ore is
being laken. On the same property Is
a larger vein (i|iinrl/,) carrying galena
and pyrites.
The "ii. A. U." has 11 .ID-foot shaft
sunk on a 2-foot vein, heavily mineralized with an Intimate mixture uf iron
and copper pyriles, galena, blende ntnl
nilverglaoee. Theliin-st pii-c.-soliviresil-
rerfomul oi,Hoimiliii-v('rri*k wriel.-iken
from Ibis shaft. Average assays from
ilitt'ei-eiil plnces iicm.ss the vein gave
$K.(XI gold. 50 ii/.*. silier: also $8,00
gold nod loll nr.r. silver nml one, the
latest return -.fd.Vi*. gnld uud Illll 1-5
HZ«, silver per ton.
On Ibe "Big Ledge" is a 10-foot
quart", vein, mineralized ..ill, boo
pyrites. This vein Iiiih been opened
lip by cross-ciils on'the surface for 600
leet.    A  narrower   vein   has  been
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CLAIMS
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N, II.   SCALE ON Tills MAP 1600 FEET TO THE INCH,
^
opened op, being one linit wide, carrying considerable copper pyrites, and
runs inlo lbe mail, ledge a»a spur, on
which 11 tunnel of 11) feet has been
driven. Average assays gave $38 gold
and ) 1-10 ozs. silver, ami $40,36gold,
171, o/.s. silver, 2 per cent, copper.
The "<). B," bits two distinct veins;
one '2ii feet .vide which, Iron, ils strike
and generul character would seem to
lie lhe snme vein ns Ibal on the Dig
Ledge, all hough sufficient has nol,
been (lout- to make Ihis conclusive.
Tbe second vein has nl present 11
width of nearly three feel. Assays
have shown values in gold from $4,00
to $170.53, while ronserviilive sampling by Mr. 8. S. Foivler, M. 13, gnve
$20.00 In gold,
On II,.. "S. II. II " are le 1 ronverg
|i|
oil -. hi It wo, k ,   uo.v I    ng il
■
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..III. ill Ilea,
Tin  -I-
ci-mliei,  181)5	
Im.-i.a for  mining  opeinl in I,
olhel claims lb 10 fo, ll rt presel    .-.lliii
■1 ib ugh Ihere is  lillle ii  .
I. I).
tl,   Then
It a  II,
Tlu"'S, F." lies I el weed llu ... \   II.
and I). A., in Ihetlirei lion ofllie .ll
on ibe (1. A. II. vein. This locution bee
lieen made on 1, vein ol' pyri-hotltu,
Tin- ",l. A. C" has a lurge iron-
cupping running Ihruiigh il frinn lhe
Anaeonda, al a depth of 11 few feel,
The ore carries, a considerable percentage of of copper and $10 in gold.
=5§5p
Capitalization 1,500,000, Treasury Stock 700,000 Shares.
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