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 THE  ADVANCE.
Vol. V, No. 5.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1896.
 _ i    i I,,,
$2.00 per Year.
JJ W. JAKES, m. I)., 0. M.
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE     :      :      :      BOUNDARY FALLS.
QERALD WILLIAMS.IM. D., C, M.
VKHNON, B. (.'.
Late iik
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Knh.
QR.
PENTICTON HOTEL
J. Thurbkb, Pbopkietor.
Pleasantly Situated at Foot of Okanagnn Lake
Staob Connection with S. S. Aberdeen to
Fairview, Osoyoos, Boundary Cheek,
Kettle Diver and Points in Washington
All Arranoemknts Made for Providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
Oood Boating ami Fishing.  Row und Sail Hauls for Hire
Wood, Cargill and Co.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAM AND   BACON    .
Write for prices.
A LARGE  LIST OF   FARMS  FOR SALE.
WOOD,   OAKOILL   <fc   CO.,      •      ■ ,    ARMSTBONG.
VERNON - SAWMILL
SMITH & McLEOD. PROPRIETORS.
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings Etc,
AU Kinds of  Factory  Work  Kept in Slunk anil  Made to Order
Coast Cedar Worked Into Furnishings a Specialty
All Kinds of Lumber, Laths and Shingles Kept in Stock
Best Material Always Used. Write for Prices and Discounts
Sawmill tin Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment.  Sash and Dour
Factory on 0, P, R., Vernon.
OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C.
Graduate   ol   McGill   University.
Late   Physician   and   Surgeon
Canadian   Pacilic   Ry.   Coroner
for East Yale.
J T. MoLAREN, M. D., C. M.
' Graduate of MoGill U.overbuy.
Office : Over Fuller's Grocery Store.
Residence: Kalemalka  Hotel, Vernon, B. C.
w.
M, COCHRANE,
801.ic1toh sui'iibme couiit,
Noiaiiv Public, Conviyanokr, Etc.
Olllee: Ullinorc's Hlock, Barnard Avenue,
VKHNON, ■ 11. ('.
pitED. BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Elc.
Office: Martin's Block.;
Vernon. B.C.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRI8TER AND 8OU0ITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B.C.
NOT AMY PUBLIC, ETC,
Vernon, b. c.
J    K.JOHNSON,
Law and Colleotinq Agency.
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   NotaryPublic.
OMAND   FORKS   ....   11.   (J.
pORBES M. KERBY, P.L.S.,
A.M. (i.S. (I.E.,
ENGINEER  ANO  SURVEYOR.
 VER VON, B C.
T"  E.CROWELL,
TRONSON ST., \Y,UNllN,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Olllee and Store Fittings a Specialty.
P 11. LATIMER,
VXRN0N, n. 0,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
I*t_xi,cX   Surveyor.
Mel... Ann..' Hoc.Irrlg. Kllgs.
Assaying and Analysis of Ores
QHAS. E. COSTERTON, '.
VKHNON, II. C,
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
GREENWOOD CAMP. 2(1. CullllIlllllB, Sillnlllil camp, J. Cnn* is useless lo  kick   ag.iinsi   lhe  goad.
 , niiighnin nnil ,1, Mi'lluirk. If li llliljl wants lo wil a inine he must
Devt'lopini'iit in Camp Groeuwunil is  2u   (•],,,,   j.;,.,.-,,,    BlWIl'a   cainp,  d. Sill.lliil   to  Ihe   re.piir. ills   which
heing steadily prosecuted, and wilh Hiiki-n." gnver e  .iilunlii.ii.     Every   great.
very sniisfarlory insults.   Upon I In- > aj. Timic, Brown's camp, T.  Dart- transacl ion tlmt ever look pliieehuhl.
Onld Drop claim ii I cl is heing run I       „„„,„,_ L*-,,  •„ ,,„. I*llil,.,| H|ales hud a
which cuts across the ledge and proves Ug, B|g   Maggie,  Brown's cn , 8,  id lichittd It,
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Ei*gineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY PALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
J.  C. SXAAS,
MINING ENGINEER,
GREENWOOD   CITY,   B.   C.
MARCUSand MIDWAY
STAGE   lilKTE
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at 1 v. m
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 .. m
Arrives Midway Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 <>. m
Leaves Midway Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a. m
Arrives Marcus Thursday ancl Sunday at 9 a. m
 $	
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS
XL   9.   XOBBiaOH,   rBOPRIETOR.
Guess    Bros.
JJSSAYERS AND CHEMISTg
PROPERTIES EXAMINED
Assays and Analyses of Ores,
Fuels, Etc.
M1DWAV, It. 0, Qlt.BNWOOD, I
J, 0. IIAAB,        M, H..IIIIK1T.        II. T, IIOOOSON.
BOUNOAKY CriEBK
Engineering and Assaying Go.
G-i'i,i'ii\vo.»tl City, B. Oi]
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and ReporM- 011
Tliorouc*)! Aci|iiulntancu with tlio Kcttli.
Illver nml ll.iii.iilui'y Crook Mining
Districts.
the depth from ils apex sixly feet. At
(ho end of the liiunel a shaft is heing
sunk which is now down si.ine llfly
feet, mil of which a splendid sample of
ore is heing taken, This, therefore,
gives the vein, which is 11 very lurge
one, a depth of 110 feet. A lew days
since wink had lo he stopped iu lhe
shnfl, owing ta the iiillow of surface
water, and until Ihosiiporlluous wnler,
(hi. resull nf melting snow,hns run oil', j
work will he curried mi in llie tunnel.
The parties currying on the work 011)
the Gold Drop, Ihe Montreal lllld!
Brilisli Ciiliiiiihin Prnspecl iug.-ind Promoting ci.nip.my, and who are represented at the camp liy Mr, G. Turner,
huve also a houd on lhe 111a111i11.ilh
Snow Shoe cli.iiu, and upon this lhey
nre liusily engaged ill presenl en-
deavoriiig tu di-termiiio Its depth aud
exlenl with a Sullivan diamond drill,
which is working very salisfuctnrily.
One hnle has heen pul down to a depth
of CO feel nnd 11 .second one started,
As Ihe ore hotly is an enormous one, il
will require in.my such holes sunk in
different directions heforentiy idea can
heohlainedof its magnitude, As wilh
Other rumps, SO wilh Greenwiiud, lhe
work of developinenl has heen grially
retarded, owing in lhe slnlc of Ihe
roads, which makes .transportation of
machinery iind supplies difficult, and
Ihis, coup led witli llie late spring and
consequently the nou-disappcarance of
frost, and snow, gives lhi.se who nre
lahnriug'so hard lo develop some nf
ihe properties In ihe distriet very Hide
chalice In derive lhe greatest amiiunl
of good from llle smallest, amount nf
lahur.
 *-•-«	
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locations lor the Week
Ending May 26th.
18, Gertrude A, Lung Lake camp, li.
H. DeGiey.
18. I'Yniiris Isiil.el. Long Lake camp,
B, L, Garrison,
11). Hula. Lmg Lake cuuip, J. Sullivan
HI. U audi, Ling Like cninp, J, Sill-
"Hvuii.
IU. Pucillc, Graham camp, J. II. Easl,
,1. N. Glover, P. 11. Gimmell nnd
J. L. Pricked.
10. Lizzie, Deadwood camp, S. Lui'seu,
11). Cascade,   Ohrlslinu   Lake,   II.  H.
Olevcnger,
111. Havel.nk, Siimmil eamp, R.Clark,
11). Treasure Fraction, Cent nil camp,
W, T. Thompson.
21). Shamrock, Christina camp, A. B.
Andersnn.
20. Thistle, Chrlsllnu camp, T, J, Luu-
drum.
20. Plaedies,   Grand   Prairie,   II.   B.
Miinrne.
21. Rutliuilillun, Summit camp, J, B.
Henderson.
21. Louisa, Greenwood cuuip, J. Me-
Illtnsh.
21. May I'lowcr, Oopper camp. H.I).
Mack ami J. Ratisport,
21. Lizzie, Hardy creek, II. McEwen
and J. Mcintosh.
21. Magnetite, Graham camp, ti, A.
Guess and S. Beuneriiiun,
21. IiileruaUonal, While's camp, C. II.
Couiior.
21. Trendwell,   While's camp;  C. II.
Connor.
21. Pliu.nix, Skylark camp, O, Dillier
22. Lizzie M, Kholl creek. M, Murphy]
211. Gold Nugget, Brown camp, ,1,11,
Sinilh and L. Slonechesl.
211. Woreeeler,   Chrislinn   lake,   T.
Mi.rnnd nnd E. Lavalle.y,
23. Deadwood, Oascudo  Clly, ('. E,
Powell.
21!. Gopher, Ohrlslinu Lake, 8, Richer
and B. O. Dole,
23. Glndays, Long Lake camp, .1. A,
Fletl,
21). Ophor, Siimniil camp, J.W. Young
nnd E Davis.
211. Fair Play, Brown's camp,.!. Ham
iiierunil D. II, Pettyjohn.
23, Swede, Myrr camp, F, 11. Carey.
1211. Lasl Ohancu, Deudw I camp,,I
F. Burr,
jifi. Sninl   Louise, Brown
Furl hior.
12n. Highland Ohlef.S, VV, Fork Ke|.
tie river, F. Harris.
25, Kalli,   Providence  camp, (!,   T.
Hodgson,
211. Opal, Boiindnry creek, (I. Heard-
sley,
20. Hop.', Brown's camp, N. Larson
2il. Bimetallic, Brown's camp, C. Bennett.
20. Silver Piute,   Suiniuil  camp,  J.
Coekcll, and VV. II. Harris.
20. I 'lill', Slllllllllt camp, J. Cockell and
W; 11. Harris.
20. tlninfnl, Summit ramp, ,1. Cockell
and G. Arnell.
20. Winner, Wellington camp, O. B.
Nelson and Mrs. Gallagher.
20, Khnherly,   B.nindury   creek,   G.
Henderson and R. Murray.
20. Rail I.asm.ke, Brown's camp, A. Ii.
Williaina.
■I'torc, win, will nnl
who   s.ivs:   ' First
dig    [Haggle,   Dl'OWns canq.,  r*.,   niiii.i ta*
Iliilchnii, I   "The man, the
iKitrii-icArKs of wniiK. fM'v* " enntriiel,
H.Bell. .1. Keougli nml J. Ilanev. i"'"""''  M|K| -emd;'who dieluloiliilly
Black Bess, li, Mcintosh and W. J. |urim >'«*- f» '""'K along ynur men
Purler.
Mother  Lnile, W. Mel '..I'll. ilk. W,
W, (iihhs, .1.  Schnlield,   M, Mc-
Cuaig and P. Aspinwnll.
21. Glllllsll , II. M.-Evi'ii.
22. Yankee Boy,  L.   Meiseu,   P.   W.
McOregnr and M. Beige..
28. Seal lie, H. Chirk.
23. Loyal Canadian. It. Clark.
123, Silver King, Thus, Wake.
Hi. .Muster Mason, E, D. Rllieai,
20. Gnld Drop, J, Helta
20. Summit, W. A. Odrh'etl.
20. August, ,1. Fluiirnoy.
T1IANNFKIIH
Cilf, .J inleresi, ,I,G. Green tu W.
,1. Harris,
Florida, { inleresi, ,1. Kennedy to j    For lhe henelit of many prospector
F. Gaulhicr.
Grnnile, J inleiesl, E. P. Suy.Ian
wilh ilium y, rash dnwn, is sure lo he
'lefl ina slate of lonely hlcssrdness, .as
1 far ns ihe side uf his properly Isenn-
cerned. Of enurse ii will ho urged
thnl options have heen given without
nuiiiliei ami nothing was accomplished
hy §n doing, To Ihis wo reply, llnil in
such cases lhe hond was eii her given
to worthless pintles or lhe properties
themselves hnd no value, A mine uf
lirst rule excellence, Ihal cnn Bland
close Inspection, thut is held al a lair
price hnsed mi developments, run
always he sold."
 —     !-• 4
LOCATION OF CLAIMS.
lu .Mrs. .1, II. Lowrcy.
Phoenix, J interest, C. Harrington lo,I. Johnston,
18. Sinnilurd, j iu'eresi, (', Harrington (0 J. Johnston.
18. Turn Turn, all interest, It. Patter-
sou lu li. H. IMiroy.
18. Uncle, j inleresi,O. Dillier to R,
11. DeGref.
10. RohRoy. ' inleresi, W. II. Harris
lo Alex Wallace,
21. Salamander, ull inleresi, J, Runs-
port, to E. 'I'ihum.
21. Gihrullar, I inleiesl, ,1. B. Ilendei-
suti to T. Caruinhael.
21. Gihrullar, 1 inleiesl, J. B. Henderson In G. E. Drew.
21. Glhrallar, ) inleresi, J. B. Ilender-
soii luT. S. ilagging.un.
21. Tretisuria.ilI inleiesl. W.T.Thump*
sou lo I (I. 'I h. lllpSOII.
21. Load King, ' ii est, 0, Dillier lo
W.'l'. Thoini'Min,
21. Aimcoiid.i, nli inleiesl,.I. W. Julie
1... E. S. Grtihiiui,
22. Lelinra, J inleresi. (I. Bijniklnnd
in V. Swansuii,
21. Geiinrn. J  inleresi. A.  .1. Chiinl-
gaeii, 1.1 I). J. JflPk' ui.
21. Gemini, J inleiesl, A. ,1.   Chilld-
grew In C. M. Wilsuii.
2.(. Newark, J inleiesl, J. Flaiiegnu 1..
F. 11. Harper.
2.1. Tiny, ' inleiest, E. Nugent In F.B.
Harper.
21. Lllile B, 8-10 inleiest, A. Speuce lo
W. 11. Speuce.
il. Lilly B, 1-10 inleresi. A, Speuce tu
.1. A. Ciiiiipioll.
20. Il.iiil Cash. 1 inleiesl, G. I). Ley-
sou I...I. Mi Bain.
20. Twins,  | inleresi, S. M. Kirkhain
In I.. A. Manley and U. Hicken.
 4 . 4	
BONDING AND SELLING MINES.
What Ihe greul inilhorily— the
Weslern Hilling World has In say
ahout lhe Lou.ling of claims is lho following I
"There isa great reluctance among
mine owners in all purls nf Ihe country
tu hiiild their claims, hul the fact remains Ihul il is Impusslhle In sell in
any other way, und miners, like every
mie else, must conform to liusiness
melhiids and usages il' they would sue.
iced. A well known authority on Ihis
suhject illuslrales Ihis poinl hy referring In 11 California mine which was
very highly thought uf hy experts
who had examined il, yel was nn lhe
market fur iwo years, Finally one
mill) was given Ihe exclusive opt ion
aud lhe property wns soon'sul.l nt 11 j curnle a description as possihll
large figure, position nf ihe claim given,
win. are nol conversanl wilh lho additions lhat were .11.1.1.. In lhe M llieni I
.Ail al Ihe Insl session of lhe provincial
legislature, lhe following seel tops of
lhe acl ure given puhlicily. Now thai
Ihe recording of a claim under the new*
ml isn nniih mine complicated Inisiuess Ih.-.n I'liniieily. 11 will save the
wou'.il-lie locatora greal deal of trouble
nml perhaps expense should he prOcurn
a cupy of lhe miniug laws mid liecome
thoroughly coliversanl wilh ilieh requirements:
(n) No mineral claim of ihe full size
shall he recorded without lhe application heing accompanied hy an affidavit
ur solemn decimal ion, uu.de hy lhe
applicant nr suine person on his he-
half cognizant uf lhe fads. 'II111I 1 la-
legal notice-, and posls have heen pul.
upilh.'il 111,1.oral hus heen found ill
place on lhe claim prop .soil lu he rerecorded | Ihal the ground applied foils Illll occupied hv uuy Iniil.ling in uuy
land falling wiihin lhe rui'tilngf nf ill.)'
.1 well ing liuii-e, or nny on hind, or any
Iimd alalia i ullivnlion, nr any Indian
rcseiMiiinii. I.i lho suid dccintiilion
shall Le set mil lhe Inline nf iheilpp.i-
ciinl, the uu.iiher ami dale uf his Ini*
.u.ii.e'.-'s eerlilleaie, ami lhe ii.iincuf ihu
place where Ihe said ci'ilillrntn was
issued, and the dale ul Ihu locution 1 f
the claim. The words wrilleii on the
No. 1 lllld No. 2 posts shall he at nut
iii full, iiiiiI as accurate .1 deseiiplmii
as pussilile uf Ihe local lull of the claim
given, having special reference lo any
prior loan I Inns wliieli may join.
Nu mineral cluim, which al llu. dull'
of iis record Is known hy lhe locator lo
he less than a full sized mineral eluiin,
shall le recorded wil linlil lhe wunl
"findinn" heing lidded lo lhe name of
the claim, llllll lhe iipplicnliun heing
ufcninpunled hy un affidavit or solemn
iliichiraliiin hy tlie applicant orBOllie
person nig.ii/.aiil of lhe fads: Thai
lhe legal posts and notices have hceo
pul up: Ilinl miiicial has heen found
In place on lhe fnicllnl.nl claim proposed In he iiti».1..I; Ihul lhe ground
applied for is unoccupied hy uuy other
person as n minora! claim and is nut,
ucriipicd hy any liuililing or land fulling within llle cm I Huge of liny dwelling house, nr nny orchard, nr nny hind
under cultivation, or nny Indian reser-
valiiin, In ihe said doeleralidll slutll
sei mil ihe inline of Ihe applicant,
I.
lhe ti 11111 her and da lent his tree miner's
certtficale, iiiid lhe iiiimn of Iheplnce
vvhi'ie snid cerliflente was issued, aid
lhe dale of the location of lhe cluim,
The words wrilleii on No. I nnd Nu. •_
posts shall he sel mil iu full, uud us UC*
if the
\ ih-
" Now, why did lhe sule in I his ease I serlpUull  of llle  land   Inuiudhig the
hung lire so long, and why did the f reel lonnl claim on all sides shall slulc
properly go ..If rn quickly ai lust? whether ii  is vacalil  criiwn land or
Simply heeiiuse I here wns uu hond or land occupied hy llillui'iil claims, wilh
option on It,, or, III ihe place uf such, 11 lie iiiiii'icb uf ihe claims',   A sketch
no one aulImrized lo net. officially fur plan shall he drawn hy H.c applicanl
the owners, ,Now, il has often boen I i.n Ihu hack of ihe ileclitriilloli, sliulv-
Urged,, hilt cnlinol   he  Ion  nl'leii   re*  ing ns iienl- as mny  he lhe position of
Iterated, Ihal   in  none ul  the  greal  the adjoining mineral claims and tin*
money centres like Chicugo, Boston, shape nnd size, expressed  in  leei, of
New York or London will lhe slighlol | lhe fraction desired lo he recorded.
mp,  A. j ni 11-11 (it ui he paid to any prupiislllun     nil Provided Mini Hie failure on lho
I for  which   lhe  proniolnr  has   uol  a  purl of the localoi of a mineral claim
power of attorney or contractor some tu comply willi any ul the foregoing
kind.   They will not even read your provisions of this secllon shall nnl l.e
1 epulis mu. listen lo whal you have to deei I io Invalidate such local Ion,and
say.  The icasiiu for Ihis is uhylouV I flint there has 1 11 ou Ills partn huiiu
There are hut few syndicates of enpi-; Ode nlleinpl lo comply wilh lhe pro-
(ulisls already formed nud .looking fbl' Villous uf Ihis act ami Ilinl the mainlines anywhere. The sale ol every j ohservniice of Ihe formalilies herein
mine is a singular and dislllicl opera-1 hefi.ro referred In is nol of a charade
lion  hy  itself.   When  a  hanker or] calculated to mislead other persons de-
siring In locale claims in Hull vlc'.llil)*.
■ *•*
.Toll printing executed willi neatness
ami despatch al the Advance ulliee,
—  *...
LOCATED good claims.
	
Mi. Ilrophy und Jack Lucy wlm have
heen   prnspecl iug on   the  reservnl loll
olher capitalist   accepts a  desirable
properly, he sends an expert In look
al il. If I he report is favorahle, he
proceeds to organize a company lo
purchase, and this generally involves
an outlay of fr  $10,001) lo 875,000,
Who would send un expert on the say
uf all irrespousil'lo iiilormediury?
Who Would gU In the cllurmulis expense of gelling up a company will I. near Osoyoos fur several weeks past,
ncnulracl giving the lime necessary ! hnvo returned.   Thoy are said lu have
for I lie work and llxing llu. price:- Ii | located soini good looking claim*. THE ADVANCE.
W. K. NOIIIII.** I'niieuiETiin
Published  weekly  at  Midway, B. C .
SnliscriiJlion Prim, t2.nn pur aiiiium. payable
in nilvanue, cither yearly or half-yearly nt the
option n( thu sab-ii-.ri.icr.
Ail veilism. lac- uont on application.
Tlinugli Un; . i.liniiii- of The Auvanck are
al.vu.vi. upon (or tho discussion ef mutton. o(
puhlic interest an.l importance, wo do not nee-
cossurily endorse sny n( the opiuloiiK expressed.
Correspondence o( a personal mil ure will nut tie
published.
MONDAY, JUNE 1,1800.
: :   A cross in this space inili- i
: : eutes that your subscription
: : to this paper hus expired.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
A (iiikat outcry is heard iu tho country against thu action of presumably
an official of ihe Dominion government, wlm is milking il his liusiness lu
act ill the capacity of veterinary sur-
gonn for llie inspection of all horses
coining intu the counlry frum the
otliei side nf lho line. We do not suppose fur a iiiiinii.nl nny ono would dare
load in such capacity willioiit due
Authority lo do so, yel. il strikes us ns
rather singular (us it dues others who
huve heen Inconvenienced hy heing refused admission lo Ihis country he*
cniise lhey had in charge a horse which
lhey failed lo gel Inspected, owing to
the fuel of their not heing awuio of
Dominion officers heing located in the
Slnles for the transaction of liusiness
of tlle kind) Ihul such an officer Is nut
compelled hy the authorities to reside
at, a convenient point,say, for instance,
at the customs house on Kettle river,
so tlmt tiie public niny he made tu fool
(hat un efficient serviee is being rendered Ihem in roi urn for lhe revenue
lhey nre culled upon lo contribute tn
the government. We shall make il
our business lo look more fully into
this matter and if possible endeavor tu
discover a remedy which is much de-
siri.il by Ihe people of both sides of lhe
line, sn ihnt lhe annoyance lhey me
now siibjeeleil I.n may speedily he re-
iiiovcd, and the Inflow of prospectors
and others inlo Ihecountryencouraged
instead unrestricted us al present.
 _s	
Another diamond drill is nn ils way
intu the Boundary Creek counlry,
which, when il. arrives, will make Hie
second in our midst, The drill is being
brought in hy ihe Diamond Drill Prospecting company ol Spukane and will
he employed upon properties in which
they may acquire an inleresi. Mr.
Kirkpalrick, the fepresenlntivnof the
company, who is now moving nboul
among our camps, claims for the drill
n greal. working capacity, as llie engine is 25 horse power und Ihe boring
rapacity of Ihe drill 1500 feet. The introduction nf these mncliines is a significant sign, which would lend In
show thai capitalists are determined
to lind mil whether lhe enor-
mulls surface showings of ore in Ihe
Boundary Creek camps attain depth
or not.
Enginekh Roberts, of lhe Spokane
and Northern railway, was recently
out hulking up a route fora new wagon
road belween the point of divergence
of the presenl road on llu. Columhla
and ils intersection of the boundary
line near Edward's ferry, and hyall accounts a favorahle route it is found
cnn he ol.tallied l.y following up lhe
Columbia and Keltic river, (hereby
bringing the ruad in touch wilh Cascade city, and lining away enliioly
with lhe heavy grades for which ihe
present roud is famous, Tlle distance,
should (he now pieeo uf roud ho built,
will it is understood he shortened l.y
nliiuit seven miles between Marcus and
Grand Furks. This nf itself is of greal
moment, and when coupled with Ihe
destruction uf heavy glades, it should
make a difference iu freight charges of
a quarter or perhaps half a oent per
pound. Tn show Iheir appreciation uf
llie necessity uf cheapening lhe cost of
freight, sous to draw trade their wuy,
the citizens of Marcus have coulrihilled
ition of low grade nre is under an op-
linn at. a satisfactory figure, which
from all indiciums will mean business.
Willi capital lo develop I hem, I here is
no reason why the mines ill this
vicinity should nnl, prove as rich as
tlio Trail ('cook mini's. As a mutter of
fact (he top rock hero has assayed
much higher Iluin the Trail creek rock,
some of il. going as high as $210 in
gold.
The body politic is abroad in Vernon,
and judging from the wordy warfares
Inking place al uur principal street
corners, the rational citizens would
deem it a favor if our enterprising
hobby would request the verhnse belligerent. In move on. The (own is
politically divided, onesidechampioned
liy a hardware man and the olheer
side by a tin and stove man. Melhinks
they will have harder ware lo tackle
than pots nnd n.l 119, Our ex-mayor.
Jim Martin, the king of tint Inn-holers,
lends lhe Bosloek fuel .on, while our
nearly ex-mayor, Armstrong, heads
the Mnra outfit. In politics Ibey are
Loth workers. Jim, smnoth, persuasive | Armstrong, impel nous, coercive;
nnd froui nil Indications they hnvo
nlioul. nn equal number nf followers,
Both candidates have heen doing ihe
town liming Iho past week bill,only
lobbying,  lhe public meeting   heing
deferred for n week or ten (Tayr, A
pilhlle meeting was held al Liiinby nil
Wednesday evening last, attended hy
hnth candidates, and regarding numbers was a success, hill Hie buttle cry
raised l.y a bibulous Frenchman,
" Vive leLaurler,"after Ihe meeting,
will. I think, knock out Mum's arguments and capture Ihe French vole for
Bosloek. Il is astonishing how one
tradesman (Llher.il) has jusl realized
thai free trade will make him a millionaire, while another uf lhe same Ilk
(Conservative) sees ruin, hopeless nun,
should il come In puss.
o lb. Evap. Apples
$■
6 Cans Gond. Milk
$i
9 lb. Evap. Peaches
$■
6 Cans Salmon
$■
We Give
GREENWOOD CAMP
BOUNDARY OREEK, B. C.
.. The yd Drop Boarding ouse..
Good Accommodation for Travelers.   First-clu.su Meals Served
Good Livery Stable In Connection.
FRED GRAF. PROP.
OKANAGAN
SAWMILL
C. F. COSTERTON
VERNON, B. C.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
The Royal Insubanck Cot,
The London and Lancashire Fibb
Insurance Coy.
The Insubance Coy. of Nobth
America.
The London and Canadian Fir*
insurance coy.
The Sun Life Assurance Cot oi?
Canada.
The Dominiof Building and Loan
Association.
Appraiser fob the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy.
Send for Prices.
fl.B.&P.BJELSON
Carson, B. C.
KELOWNA, B. C,
Vim ran now piirrrliow 86d.tr patio! doon., boa ii If fully marie -uul flnislieri; window modi,
latliH, shtllgloDflnd all othor kinds of hotlW fm'ii tolling, al lliu Okunngi.ii Sawmill. Hough and
droned lumuor cotiHtntitly on hand, Orders from Kottlo Kiver district ooltoltod and prices
furnished upon application to
N. B.—Snah and Doors at Ooast Prlcos, vrlth Slight Advanoo to rarer cost of freight,
33.   LEQUIME,  PROP.
A CARD.
I hereby beg to give notice
to purchasers and intending
purchasers of Greenwood City
lots, that I am, and have been
for some time past, prepared to
give a deed to such lots that is
eligible for registration at the
Registry Office at Kamloopi.
I desire to make known this
fact so that a direct contradiction bearing the stamp of authority may be given to the
impression that seems to have
been entertained by some that
a clear title could not be conveyed to purchasers of property
in the above townsite
R. WOOD.
Greenwood Oily, B. 0., Mny 18,181)6.
MIDWAY
SAWMILL.
Lath and Shingles.
SASH - DOORS.
ROUGH AND DRESSED
—LUMBER—
if^ancy Goofed]
GLASSWARE and CROCKERY
Stationery, School Supplies
AND TOYS.
Playing Cards and Games.
Dressing Cases.
Wall Paper, Violin Strings.
Proprietary Medicines
ED. A, HAIN
k
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MIDWAY, II, C,
u
-^
Land Act Amendment Act, 1896.
NOTICK is horoby given Mm! nixly days
aftor dato I Intend to apply lo tho Chief
Commissioner of Lauds and N orkB for pormiB*
alun to purchase llie following described land,
Bi.ua.oa in the southern porlion of tlio Osoyoos
Division of Yalo Distriet, in the Province of
ilrilirihColumbin:
Commencing at (he north-west earner of Ol to
nilllor's pre-emption claim, Ilienee north 20
chains, thonoo east in chains, thonoo south 20
chains, thonoo weal40 chains to (ho place of
commencement, being the norlli halt of the
8outh*wost quarter of section fl, township"u.
containing 8(1 acres more or less.
J. IV. HUGH WOOD.
Dated May 27, im. 12.
MINERAL ACT.
Cortiflcato   of Improvement-}.
BTOTIOB.
Thk Roderick Dhu Mixim.a Claim.
Situate In the Long Lake Camp, Kettle River
Mining Division or Yale District,
TAKK NOTICK that wc, M, J.M.Wood,
free miner's cortillcato No, 05203, and J.
W, Powell, free ininer's certificate No. 05.2D2,
intend, sixty days from Hie date hereof, lo
apply to the (iold Commissioner for a cortiflcato
of Improvements, for tho purnoso of obtaining
a Drown grant to the above claim
And further take notice, that advorso claim,
ni'isi be sent to the (iold Commissioner and ac*
8500and the citizen, of (Jnuul Turks Iiml commenced before ihe tssuanoe of such
coruficatfl "f Improvements,
S. A. IO tl CO.
(Slice Ktsors to It. N. Taylor)
Chemists and Druggists
Vernon, B. C.
Keep ft Klrfit-Clnfw slnek of
Drugs, Chemic.ils,
Patent Medicines
ancl Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
 OIVEN TO	
MAIL ORDERS.
CARSON
§2$  The trade centre of the Grand §5j
5m Prairie,    Kettle   river    and ^
H§ Boundary creek mining and ||
$m agricultural country. M
m     (   ================        §g
H| Situated at the junction of ||
rap the Boundary creek, Marcus m
fejj and Reservation wagon roads, m
||j Nearest point to the Colville ||
§a|s reservation mines- m
ml        - m
LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD W
mi
HALF WAT
-ON^
KETTLE RIVER
JIKTW11BN-
Marcus and Boundary Creek Points
-STAGE STATION AND-
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
George Edwards • ■ Proprietor
®     ®     ®
®  ®
Though do not fail to take advantage of
this rather limited opportunity, nnd
hnve your Photo taken while yon have
that opportunity of obtaining a true nnd
® ®
And » neatly tliiislied picture, J, I),
Stunner i. a proficient workman in his
production* of art, ami guarantees perfect satisfaction.  CablneU only $.i..».
rOSTOPFIOB MX HI.
Dated this 27th day of April. 1K%.
FOR SALE
OKANAGAN MISSION, B. C.
This Is n splendidly flni.-fticd bouse insinY
nnd oul, almost now, with good stable and oul
buildings, Is contrail)* located In the valley
nnd commands fl good trade, Il slnnds on II.
own grounds of t wo ami a half acres in extent,
aud isa (food investment.
Kuit TffflMtl Ai'i'i.VTo
D, NICHOLSON,
Okanagan Mission
KNIGHT & CO.
Vernon, B. C.
]M.lieFSandPOFkPa.keFS
nnd surrounding conn try $"M to help
ili'fmy ihi' cost ..f construction,   Tin-
Spokane nml Norl hern people have
promised In ntlil an equal amount lo
(hat Mil.scrlli.il »n Mint tho work may
In. carried oul al oiice.
 *.,	
VERXOX  NOTES.
Dick Taylor is hack mul ihe tunii Is
lively. We are sorry he is going snolli,
very sorry, hill 'lis your gain,
I iuu Kind lo see Ihal ..or la.lr
hieyelisl luis laken a llllllhl., (I (inn'l
menu from llie  hike) anil a.l..|ileil
lili.nllll'is.
Our cily fiilhrrs huve granted $111(1
10 ihe |.iil.li.' jlhrnry, »n acl Inn greatly
t-i.iiiiiirnileil l.y Ihe townsfolk, This
Institution, uiiiier tiie maimgriiirnl uf
Mr. Base, has liecome to the city a
liiiuii. II. is riiniuri'il round lhcc.ri.er-.
ih.i the municipal hodycontemplate
donating a like summit. I., ihe hand,
This acl hi.ulil make Ihem a record, as
lhe I'and hoys have nnl in days of yore
received I lie rni'oiirairi'uii'i.l lhey da-
served. Th",v have reorganized under
lhe leadership of Mr. A. O. Blirnycnl,
ami will no ihuilii under his Iutorshlp
eclipse llle hand uf lasl year.
Vernon"during lhe pasl week ha<
lieen visited l.y three dilferenl representatives nf capital looking n erlhe
mining prospects lu ihe vicinity, and
th "Vill seemed well pleased wilh the
mil loo;. The chances look l.ig just
now llml in lhe very near fui ure Vernon will rank hiali as a milling centre,
11 is rather early v I lo make d.'fliiile
jisserlionsas to nli.il has heen done l.y
Ihese gentlemen, Imt. ihe Swan Lake
irte*T^i.ft'iS Lequime & Lloyd-Jonos, Kelowna.
Hamilton k M..illvr_y,
Proprietors	
THE  CAFE ROYAL
Copper Stre.t, Greenwood City, B. C.
Meals    a-fc    All    Hours
C. GIBBS, MANAGER.
FURNITURE!
CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED
-^•UPHOLSTERING-^
ROSSLAND, B.C. VERNON, B, C.
AEJUSTBONC HOTEL
H. KKYES,  r_  p.
Good Acciiuimiidatiiiii,
Best Liquors and Cigars.
Kirs!-Class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG  B. C.
COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
Sitting, ot lliii County Court of Yule will be
lioldon as follow,:
At Midway, .Inly IS, 1HUII.
At (Jfoyooe, July 18, lNltfl,
Atthohoirofoli'vcn o'clock in tlio forenoon
By command,       ('. A. It. I.AM1H.V,
(iovornnient Olllco, lis..)a...,, II. (I. C,
:u_y sth, num.    " ii
WomI  Km! Of
lb,rut,I'll  Av,'!,...1
Send Your Order to
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones
For Implements, Wagons,
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., Etc.
Flour and Feed, Hay and Grain.
A Number of Cheap Farms
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved.
Vernon.b.c.
White : Help :Oi|Iy.
Klrfll-I'lnKK In Kvery ftospuot,
Kvery Comfort nn.l Convontoiioo.
Kris. Hns lo nn.l from All Trains,
A ('.ill Sollcllwl.
^^
Stable :  ii) : Connection
P. II. JACQUKS,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, B. O
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.
Rough I.uiiilii'r
From $10 to #12.
Dressed Lumber
From $10 to $18
Per Thousand.
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
to TO KANE   FALLS,
I*. o. llox r,B2. Wi-sh ine tori
THE.
PIONEER - HOTEL
Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, 13. C.
Wc have just opened llical.uvi. hotel at, Greenwood Cily, and are prepared
to welcome guests and provide good iiccoinniodiilii.il. Good Catering. First
class Livery Stable.
V/OOD, HUBBLE & WESTEL, PROPRS.
Showing- the Dat on and I'ltieoi or Court!
of AhhI/c.Mj-I Prluii, Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery for tlio
year 1N06.
SPUING ASHIZK8,
Nniiainio Tuesday, 5th M»jr
Sow WiiHtmitilur Tuesday, I'lth May
Vancouver Tnnduy. Itfth May
Clinton Monday- Uth M»y
Victoria Tuc«lny,26lhMi.y
Kniiiluoptf Monday, Iul Juno
Vernon Monday, Uth Juno
'N-.lr... n Monday, l.fth Juno
'Donald Monday, ftnd Juno
'■Special Awlw),
NOTICE.
ZlAl-X'S  HOB1T  JXOTXHm.
lumby, b. o,
First-Class Accommodation for Guests. Good Hunting and Fishing
Stages Ui Vernon and Blue Springs.
Louis Morand, Px>op.
To W. H. Norris, J. P.. Midway, li. .., and
Jniiios Kerr, J. P., Midway, B, C.
(Js.vTl.iMKS-1 beg to hitroli). dvi. yon nolieo
llial I iiii..ml nt the next rUIImkoi Ua' Mr.r.iif.Ing
('imrl, to be. hold for lowor portion of tlio
OloyooB division of Yulo district, to apply for a
llconio for llio sale of II.|.ior at tlio Summit
Hotel, situated on the siiin.iiit of llouudary
inonnlaln, about four mile*, from Annonnda,
U. 0. LAKAYBTTE SPENC'KK.
May 12,1SIKI. 0
J. W. l^EEJ),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
I MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Work Warranted.    o3-?ni
\V. DALBYMPLE
&ouei*al    BXakalKa*na*MiSm
FAIRVIEW, B. 0.
All Kind, of Repalrlnir.   Horseshoeing a
Specialty. 0
MKTKOItOLOUICAI,  REPOBT.
Ut a Long 118" 50
Altitude, 1,80(1 feet above acn levul.
Melting .uu w fur weelc. .0 of an inch: rain, 0,81
ruiPKiMr.ait roa week ksuinii may 2!i.<
Mai.  Min.
May n..
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mrs, Dowdiug of Ituck Creek spent
a c-iiiple of days in Midway the pasl
week the guest of Mrs, W. T. Thompson.
Material is being hauled to Mr.
Land's ranch near town, which Is in'
tended to he used in the construction
of au addition to his present dwelling
house,
Mr. Palni-reton'. many friends will
lie glad to hear thai, he is fast recovering health, as since his return lo Spokane from tlle south he has greal ly
iiitp. lived.
A gentleman recenlly returned from
the aunt claims (hai (he crops iu Ill's
sectiun are quiie as far advanced as
they arc in the neighliorhood of Van-
.inner and olhei coast towns.
Soul hei ii Ok.mag,in istn receive two
uiiiiHit-is ul lhe gospel almost ini*
mediately iu the persons of the Rev.
H. J. Itolierlson and lhe Rev, Irwin,
I...II. formerly of Winnipeg, Man,
Mr. VV. ,1. Armstrong of Vernon
value III uu Friday's stage and proceeded nn tn Aiui'tmda, where he has
decided to establish a hardware store,
'fwenly Ions of freight are now mi the
way down for his eslnblishuienl,    ■
Wilh llie exception of the glas. front
Kendell k Go's store a( Greenwood
Olty is now I'liinpleied, and certain is
il. no establishment in the country will
surpass it for commodious proportions,
elegance of Hnisli and general appoint-
uieula.
Mr. F. II. Boone, a new-comer from
the Big Betid country, has purchased
a lot in (own and is now engaged
•reeling a dwelling house. New coiners ar« beginning lo look upon the
town of Midway as a desirable place
in which to Hnd homes.
The Rev. T. Paton of Grand Prairie
returned home on Friday week last
after a sojourn a! Ihe coast. Whilst
in Vancouver Mr. Paton presided over
the meetings of the Presbyterian
synod, having been appointed moderator for the present year.
The ferryman at the crossing of the
Keltle River near Johnson's ranch,
Grand Prairie, is building himself a
new house, and this is made necessary
owing to the aim..ml. of navel over the
river by ferry all day and oftentimes
a goodly portion of tbe nighl.
Mr. J. McNicol nf Midway is building a store 25 by 45 feet at Anaconda,
and will open a branch there iu the
course of a couple uf weeks. He has
received the agency for this district of
the San Francisco Powder company,
and will stun, the powder near Anaconda,
Mr. J. McLaren of Carson is paying
a visit, to Spokane, where he has gone
to purchase furniture for the new addition to his hotel, which is fast approaching completion. The new addition contains about a dnzen rooms,
which are all plastered and will be
beautifully furnished.
The new freight tariff of the C. P.
R. from British Columbia coast points
tn Penticton is as follows, |ier 1(K)
pounds: First class, $1,811; 2nd, $1.51);
3rd, $1,114; 4th, $1.00; lllh, _5c; (Ith,
80'c.;7(h,5-(.. This is a reduction of
$6 per (on on first class freight, $3.80
on second class and $1.00on third class.
Messrs. R. and J. W. Hugh Wood
have gone to the coast on business and
tin their return to Greenwood work
will be vigorously pushed on Hie road
leading into Greenwood camp. The
gover.nne.il aie pursuing such a dilatory course In carrying out the needed
public wurk. it has been decided lo
take the matter in hand and conslruct
the road at once.
Greeawuiid City is to have a water
works system al once. The Greenwood
Cily Waler Works company have
ordered pipes and have men under the
supervision of Mr. D. McLeod at work
I'niislrucling.i dam on Twin creek at
the back of the town, out of which
cri'.'U 111" wnler will he taken atasulH-
cienl. I'lcvHilun to give plenty of pres
mire t.i insure an effective Are and do-
Uiestlc service.
MINING   NOTKS.
Mr. W, T. Sinilh inleuds continuing
work on ihe None Such and Last
Chuni'i' claims In Smith's camp,
Tom Roderick and J. Marshall are
carrying on development work upon
the Haiiner claim in Greenwood camp,
and (he work done so far leaves the
claim In a very promising looking
state. The Banner is au extension of
the Idaho.
The Prince Albert in Greenwood
ramp is uot only a good claim in name
hut in quality as well, as the ore taken
from the claim by recent developinenl
work, shows of a very rich character,
and the ledge as it stands at presenl,
is the pride of Ihe owners, Messrs.
Nash and Morand. who undoubtedly
have a very good property. These
same parties are also carrying on work
on the Premier and Chancellor claims,
which lie in (he neighborhood of the
Last Chance, in Skylark camp,
The boys McNulty and Lynch are by
persistent labor making a splendid
showing on the claim I he Majestic in
Greenwood,
Mr. J. 0, Haas is having the assessment work done upon the Hercules
laim in Copper camp for the owner,
Mr. E. G. Tate of Spokane. The Hercules adjoins Ihe .lunilio claim and is
upon the same vein of ore as the
famous Copper.
A splendid sample of ore Is now
being mined in the R. Bell claim, Suniinit camp. Many who have seen the
hit claim it, is the finest sulphide of
copper ore to be found in the country.
Tlie ore carries, besides copper, about
00 ounces silver and a goodly amount
of gold.
Work has already commenced upon
the Copper mine in Copper camp,
which shows that Ihe I.milling syndicate, (he American Exploral ion company, are not going to allow lhe grass
to grow under their feel in Iheir endeavor to fathom lhe extent of their
new purchase. Mr. Dan Macarlney
has secured Ihe contract for tiie sinking of a shaft 100 feel deep, from which
crosscills will be run anil also drifts on
the ore body. As lhe lime linn! to lhe
bold is only six months, it will readily
be seen there is good cause to move
along the work quickly, as upon the
appearance of the mine at the expiration of Ihe present, contract, depends
the payment uf Ihe balance of the purchase money—$27,000.
Encouraging reports are being
brought down from the Cordick claim
in Summit camp. The development
which is I., ing carried out under Mr.
Cordick's supervision is demonstrating that the shaft, sunk on the claim
last summer to a depth of 00 feet was
not on the ore body, This has been
proven by running surface crosscuts
and opening up the ledge. Having
thoroughly located the ore body, it is
now the intention to sink another
shaft, which will lie started at once.
Parlies who have had the opportunity
of recently looking al. Ihe Curdle, consider it a claim of great promise, The
Cordick joins tlie R. Bell claim and no
doubt development will disclose the
fact lhat Loll) claims carry ore of the
same character.
The owners of the hydraulic claim at
Hock Creek have determined to
thoroughly test Ihe property Ihis summer, and with Ihis end in view are
busily engaged laying new piping,
limning, etc. Two loads of new piping have just been brought upun the
ground, whicli will lengll.e.i aud make
uioreeffoelivi, the old pipe line. Several
men will he kept at work during thu
sum.ner, and it is coufiileiilly expected lhe claim will give a great account «f itself, as although little has
been done upon il recenlly, yet
formerly many thousands of dollars of
profit accrued to other owners who
worked the claim for many years. Tlie
present owners are good mining men
and they will see lhat no stone is left
und lined to make the enterprise a
success, even if the monitor dues not
displace il.
Mr. W. T, Smith has secured the
contract for the sinking of a shaft 100
feet deep upon the Old Ironsides claim
in Greenwood camp, from lhe Old
Ironsides company. Work will start
as soon as men and tools can begot
together. The Old Ironsides is oue of
the large ore bodies in Greenwood
camp, which formerly belonged lo
Messrs, Palmerston, White and others,
and which last winter was sold to Mr.
Strain..■» of Boston, who was Instrumental iu incorporating a company
foi the working of the mine. The progress of development work will ho
watched wilh keen interest not only
liy the shareholders, but the country
at large, as great things ure expected
of the Old Ironsides by those conversant with tlie character and extent of
ore lo be found iu the claim ut tlle
present time.
graced (he ballroom willi their presence,
and as guod music was furnished, a
very pleasant evening was spent. Tlle
supper at midnight, provided by mine
hosts Wood, Hubble k Co, of the
Pioneer hotel, reflected great credit,
upon their catering capabilities and
was thorn uglily enjoyed by the hundred and more guests who partook of
the delicacies provided.
So ended a very jolly day spent, and
before dispersing all joined io a hearty
rendering of " God Save the Queen."
FLEURY
PLOWS AT
M'NICOL'S
Midway, B. C.
English and Canadian Flannelettes
Summer  Suitings
Prints - Ginghams.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
R
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TO THE FRONT.
A NEW GENERAL STORE
Carrying Dry Goods, Groceries, Bonis and Shoes, Rendy
Made Clothing.   Miners' Supplies, Flour Bacon, Lard,
KI.-., On  Hand  AT  ROCK   BOTTOM   PRICES.
A Harness and Saddlery
Department bus been added, where everything in lhat
Hne will lie found,    REPAIRING   SOLICITED.
ED. DRISCOLL.
■■H»»mm.MmM»m»mem*»«««..»m«*»»M»»*M»M
JUST
ARRIVED
TWO CARLOADS OF
Groceries and Hardware
FAIBVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
GO.D STALLING
Camp Fairview, B, C.
AT THE-——
ANACONDA..
SAWMILL. . .
ANACONDA, B. C.
You will find at reason
able prices all kinds of
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
Shingles, Mouldings, Ete.
Call Solicited.
A. R. TILLMAN,
Prop.
J
Tobacco,  Canned   Fruits,  Kviipnrated   Fruils,  .lams, Jellies,  Canned
Vegetables,   Etc.   Picks.  Shovels,   Hammers,  Saws,   Nails,
Anvils. Bellows, Jessop Steel,  Etc. Fresh  Eggs
and Bnlter, Hams and Bacon at close prices.
RENDELL & CO.
Greenwood City and Boundary Falls.
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BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
Centrally Located Stopping Place lor Three Dillereni Stage Lines.
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Nc
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
Good Stabling,
PROVINCIAL BOARD OF HEALTH
Notlflvntl-n of Infectious Dlseisest
THK following extract frum llio " Health
Act, IS-I," ia published for general information hy direction of tin. Provincial Hoard of
lli'ulih:
"Sec. 119. Whenever any ho.isuholdor knows
(hut any person within Ids family or household
has the small-pox, diphtheria, scarlet fever,
cholera, or tyi.lioi.1 fever, he shall (subject in
case of refusal and nejrlcot to the pcnMtics provided by sub-section (2| of section 1)8) wilbin
twenty-four hours give notice thereof lolhe
Local Hoard of health.- or to the Medical Health
OHlcer of tbo District in which be resides, if
there be one, and such notice shall l.e given
either at tl.c olllee of the Medical Health Officer
or by a communication addressed lo Iilm and
dulv mailed within the time above spccilied.
and lu case there is no Medical Health Officer,
tlii-n to tbo Local Hoard of Health."
Hub-section 121 of section 9- provides a penally
of Slim, or imprisonment for six months for
neglect lo report as required.
* the Government Agent is the Local Hoard
of Health In outlying Districts.
A. T. WATT.
5     Secretary, Provincial Hoard of Ilea tb.
OMEN'S B1RTHDBY.
Many may be surprised lo read the
statement that Ihe Queen's birthday
celebration held al Greenwood Cily on
Monday last lhe 25th insl., was opened
with a royal salute of 21 guns. The
fact lhat lhe salute was not lired frum
lhe usual ordnance—cannon—bul from
a blacksmith's anvil, did not., however,
detract from lls force or effectiveness,
as each time the 1)00111 of I In. blast was
heard, a ringing cheer from the assembled multitude mingled wiih ihe
report that sped through the valley
and awakened lhe echoes of crag and
glen, clearly demonstrating llial even
In Ihis oiil-ofthe-way portion id thill ritish empire Ihe same amount of
reverence and patriotic feeling exisis
among llie ciiim ns an is characlerlslic
of the people owing allegiance to Her
Majesty In Ihe several countries under
her dominion.
After lhe firing of the salute, a
varied programme of sports was entered inlo, which consisted of horse
and foot racing, throwing the shoulder
stone, tossing the caber, jumping,
vaulting, etc., which events ended with
the usual tug of war, Greenwood City
v. All Comers, an event which drew
forth loud expressions nf pleasure from
those present, and was won by the home
team after a desperale struggle, in
which even men on horseback joined.
In the eveniug a grand hall was
given in the new Kendell hall (whicli
waslieaulifully decorated for the occasion) and patronized l.y citizens from
near and far. Qoilea number tif ladies
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
Certificate   of   Improvements,
SOTIOB.
TlIK IIl'NIISK MlSKII.II. I.I.A1M.
Situated at Providence Camp, In the Kettle
River Mining Division of Yale District.
TAKK NOTICK lhat I. .lames Sutherland,
free ininers IT lliii. a,la No. NIBS. I.ll.nlll,
sixly days from [he dole horoof, lo apply to the
(Iold CouunisHloncr for u eerlilleaie of linproio-
liieul for lhe puriiesc of obtaining a Crown
(Irani fnr lbe above mineral claim.
And further lake Iiililen lhat ildvers,, claims
inns! be sent lo lbe Mining Recorder and sc
lion ciimilio.u-itd before lhe Issuance of such
eerlilleaie of imiiriiveiniulls.
Haled Ibis ailh day i.f April, ISM.
MARTIN    BROS,
I.K.UIINII IllltlSk Mill
Hardware, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
Vevxion, S. O.
GREENWOOD
CITY^-
Is the Central Town and Supply Point of the Boundary
Cieek Mining Camps. From Ihis New Town cuds
lead to I he
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lots are Selling Freely and are a Good investment,
For Price of Lots and Other Information, Address
ATTENTION
Private Sale of Furniture
Hi'inj: (li'sii'iius nf <lis|)i>.sinur nf llie
.-. liuii' iif | III'f.illm.-ini'lliillNi-hnlll jfiii,r|s.
tvliii'li (-DDSlillllc ||||> Ihli'sl ;l.*-n(I| llMi'llt
■if fiiriiiiuit' I'xisiinir in ilu* ilir-di-ld, [
here hy cull IhenitHitim, nf Intending
invfsKu-s to tlif fuel tlml tht* w.M.t» nf
till' following IH'llcltm Clttl In' [Mitrli.-iHCil
at renMiii-ilih' pi-ici-s, und a view nf (hi*
goods its th-'v Hhiml ut my |iii*hi..i.
ret (delicti 'tt. Midway, h'spiTl hilly
soliriti-d. Tin1 wholi'iif the noortsonly
will lm gold, mid tint I liy priVi.te HgtiH**
inenl helween pinrhiW ami vendori
M W. PALMEK8TON.
Midway, May 12.181)11.
I'.un.iiK.
One grand Btoluway piano, gno-dAtuietvund in
perfect order, original eont $12,10-1 cherry wood
writing cabinet with top shelves, I (ink conter
table, 6 handsome rucking chairs, upholstered,
l rosewood hull chair, upho'stere-d, I ntaltognny
music stand, i ebony vane stands, l brow
Jardlnicr, 1 lounge, upholstered,'-' pair chenille
curtains witli pules complete, I Hno quality
Smyrna nig. H x Hi fret. several valuable Mecl
engravings, copies of famous oil pal ti tings by
noted artists, complete'sot of oostly Japanese
vases, In-ir-a-lirar, brackets, bust, novelties, etc,
Lt.IK.mVe
Ono choice )>n<ik case wiih combination
writing desk, 1 gentleman's hard wood ohotTo,
nicr with brass mountings, I upholstered Turk*
IhIi clmir. I large hook cose, library containing
many valuable works, I tabto, pictures, sled
engravings, bric-a-brac, vases, olHco clmirs etc,
DIMM! ROOM,
Oak dining room furniture. 1 oak oxtcnslon
tabic (large), I down clmir*. leather upholtterod,
I side table, t stfttld fur crockery, I New Home
sowing machine, I romplete «ot ut Ifaviland
I'liina, I set uul glass, dccanlor, gloss, etc., pictures, engravings, brloa-brac.
KITCHBN,
Uood kitchen furniture, consisting of stovo
ami all kinds of cooking utousjk tinware, ete,
llrlU.ni.M no. I,
Complol sol of handsome walnut furniture
(lint cost ^VX)) consisting of l»d, dressing com,
with handsome mirror, wushstand, marble top
tabic, rockors, writing tahlo, marquutto carpet,
pictures, brlO'ii'brac, etc
IIBDItOOM No.:'.
Oak net, consisting of dresser, wash stand,
bed, stands, chairs, lonnjo, ash chollbnlor, pic*
tares, bric-a-brac, etc
IIKUltOOMS 3, J .-.NO.''.
Sots of furniture homo made consisting of
beds, wasli stands, dressing tables, chairs, etc.
MISOKM-ANKOUfl,
Urge quantity of shades, lamps, ourtfllus,
rugs, matting, etc., I guud -single buggy, 1
cutter, 1 gentle ladies' soddlu and driving horse,
l yearling colt, l good milch nnv, harness, ete.
U McDUPF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. c.
ROBERT   WOOD,
t'r.'en« .1 Cily, Boundary Creek
Or Apply to Agenls,
C. F, COSTERTON, Vernon, 15.
A. I)   HukNKTT, Spokane, Wash,
A.  K. Stuakt,  Vancouver,
j   All Kinds n( Work Excelled w the Satin-
i faoliin. nf (lusiiiiniTs.
KERR BROS.
-*-*BIJT0HBR8.
MIDWAY,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
Meal dollvorod al II,.
Milling Cilliilis.
, Kerr.
•k Crook anil all the
R. D. Kerr.
LICENSING COURT.
NiiTK'K I,horoby|(li
(a.an for ilu- soli
Owr/nos llislricl, »lll In
in*oi ..(lieu. Osoyoos, on
II Ilia.   Illl'  Me,
hem ixirllnn i
liel.l ai iii.* ii
-l..„
_aad" Monday, the 15th June, 1880,
GEO.   IX.  SFXtOTTXiE,
BLACSSISITH  AND  WHEELWRIGHT.
nl uloVOII o'clock In I he fun-liniiii.
(*, A, II,
iJii.eniiiieiii uiiin.. Osorooi, II. r.
Ma. sui, mm,
HORSESHOEING  AND  GENERAL  REPAIRING. TAX    NOTICE.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
NOTICE.
Thirty days afterdate J intend to make application to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for pcrmiwdon to out and carry
iiwnv and manufacture timber from the fo lowing described lands: beginning at a post aboul
forty clialtm cast of Hound Lake guleh on
Kb,>]i ereek, running south forty chains, thence
west 200 chains, thence mirth K0 elmiiiH, thence
tut 40 chains, thence sou ih Hi dhains. thenco
cast 100 nhatna to starting point. Located this
llth day nf Ma v. 1K96.
7 JOSEPH KflAXK.
W. B. PATON
{..FURNITURE..!
tM*)<^WM'.M,,»,>,W,»,,WH»>..,',WMM^M>-.
Greenmrood   City.
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-   -   -   VERNON, B C,   •  .  .
PADMORE & PEERS   -   -   -    PROPRIETORS
THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE INTERIOR
Ass.'smih'i.i Act mid Provincial
Hevomio Tux, Ko.-k Or tick
i>iv.tt.»ii of Ynle i.ixti-i.-t.
NOTK'K Is horoby glvon thnl iVMased ami
provincial revenue laves for IW-luiv nmv
duo and payable ui myoPJcc, Osoyoos, at tbo
following rates:
If paid on or before 3nih Janet
One-half of one por conl. on real property.
Two per emit, on wild html,
On -third  of one  per cent, on  porwunl
proporty.
Oni'-liatf of one per conl. on Income,
[f paiil on or aftor l«1 Jul):
Twn-I lllrds of one per eenl on reel properl).
Two and one Imlf per cent, on wild land,
One-half of one   per cent,   on   pemuial
property,
Throo'fourthi of one per eenl. on Income
Provincial rovonuo lax, $3,00 per capita.
C. A. It. l.A.MULV,
AwuNior and Collector
RockCroos Division of VnleDlsirlct.
Osoyoos, Ii. C, IHlli .Imiiiihij. laftj, JUST BE CLAD.
0. heart ul mine, we shouldn't
Worry sn!
Whal we 've missed „l cnllll lie COIlIlln'l
Have, you knew!
Whn. IVO'VO lll.'t III stonily Jiaill.
And ef sorrow's iiii. iii'i rain.
We inn bettor it.ee. nyiin.
II i. Mow.
We have erred in Ihal dark hour
We have knii.vii,
When lhe lours fell with Ihe shower.
All uliil...-
Were not shine and shower blond
A,. I he gracious Master meant I
Let iu) temper orr content
With his.......
For we know, nut every morrow
I'an he sad;
Hu forgetting all the sorrow
Wc have had,
1*1 lis fold away our (ears.
And pul hy our foolish tears,
And through all the coming years
Just Is;glad.
 *.e-4 ■
PROSPECTORS COME ON.
Nut for many years past lias sui-li
a I'liekwaiil springa. llu, pn-senl une
licill l'X|li-l'il'lll'i*ll ill llrilisii Ciillllliliiil,
an.I ns a i'..nsei|ueni'e llie RlinW sliil
lies iu s..nu' uf lhe lliiniulary ereek
I'.iiups. Tin. weal hci, luiivovor, lift ho
past few (lays gi vus. an Indication I Imt
I'Xtri'ini'ly warill weather is al hand,
wliieli will have lhe I'll'eel ni musing il
rapid disappearance ul' lhe snow,
tlinr.li)- .lliuwin); ihe prnspeclors a
eh.inc.'.if ngaln visit ini; i ml-ul'-l he-way
places in search fur nilnernl Indira*
lions.
Thai prospect itig hnsli.gllll In earnest
uiny he gli'iino.l l.y reference lit the
record uf claims, which shows thai al-
r.'.-iily men arc overrunning a large extent of lerrltory, contained within ilu.
Iiniindaries nf Kull lu Hivcr Mlnlqg
division, In.nlerc.l nn lhe easl l.y Sheep
creek, i.n lhe snnlh hy lhe inler-
nn I l.iniil Inm ml;, iy line, and nn ihe
west hy I he Kellle river. Within lhe
ivhove scope of territory lliere was lasl
season nearly eight hundred mineral
claims Inealed, iit.d yet few are lliere
whn wuuld dare In suy thai a t cut It
part, nf the ground hns lieen I horonghly
prnspecl ed. This heing lliu case, II is
Willi confidence lhe iillenli.ui nf Hillside prospectors is drawn In Ihis
promising field fur exploration, whicli
there i.s every reason In helieve (vill
furnish Ihis slimmer 'greater I'l'Wiirds
lu the industrious seeker fur mineral
Wealth limn any olher portion uf
llrilisii Cnliimhia,
Prnspecl ors, entile on !
 *-♦-.	
BRITISH COLUMBIA'S BIG LEDGES.
Tn within recent dale prospectors
and mining men have lieen iii'custnined
In look upun the lag ledges nl copper
sulphide nre tn lie found ill the camps
nf Boundary creek us lhe only ones nf
Iheir size and eharacler existing in
the province. Now il would seem,
judging l.y lhe reports in 111.' roast
pap ts, n competition has arisen in llie
shape nf a tremendous ledge uf nre
similar In llial nf Bnunilary creek,
siliiiitcd upun Barclay sound, whicli il
is staled runs ahout ,l()0 feel wide nnd
curries gnld, silver and cupper. An
interested parly in llie new discovery
claims there is- in sight 100,000 tons of
ore of a value uf $1,000,000, which
wuuld make the average assay of the
nre run $10 per inn.
The fact. Ihal, cupper sulphide ores
nre helng discovered nn Ihe coast and
til oilier puinls inland would lend lo
show thai lhe ledges nf ine which
crop out, lit different poind in Yule
nnd Kootenay, really extend to lhe
const, thus funning a continuous
mineral haltstretelilngfrnni the Rocky
ii.iilint.nins nn lhe easl lo the weslern
confines of lhe province, a mineral
hell for continuity and size and value J
of ore hndies In he found I herein, nut i
tn he equalled l.y any other ill the
known world.
J !
Land Act Amendment Act, 1896.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of   Improvements.
5IOTICE
Tut: Uiieat Hopes Misi-iiw. Claim.
Situate In the Deadwood Camp, Kettle River
Mining l.lvislon of Yale District.
TAKK NOTI.'K Hint i.e. .1. I'. Marian, free
miners eerlill.-ali. Nn. 51151,D. M. Mae.
Marlin. free ininers cortiflcato N". 0*2103, A. S.
Urowdor free minor', certlfloito Nn. ikiit.j.
M. Ciirnlhnniie. free miner's cortllloato Ne.
lii-2-21.inni.I.M. Watkin-. (re Inor's cerllll*
cato No. 05220, Intend, sixty days from lho dato
lioroof, ti,.i|i|.lv tn lhe gold nn Isslonor t.>r n
cortiflcato of Improvements, for tho purpose of
ohiiiiidug a Crown granl lo the above claim.
Ami further lako notice, Hint advorso claims
must he sent In lhe linlil Ciiliiluissiiiiiei- anil
action i-iimineiii.|.il before lho Issuance of such
cortlllcalo of Improvements.
Paled I liis. 'iinl ilny nl l-'eliniar, a IHO.       .1
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
No Trouble or Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquers and Cigars.        -        -        Good Stabling.
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
(',. ("). SHI.KSON, rop.
KAlltVIEW, IJ. C.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
RESERVE.
KOOTUN'AV AMI VAl.i: IIISTItll T.
Nll'ITCK Is horoby given lhat, In pursuance
of tho provisions nl ll < "I Ida and
We.leni lliill.vny Snli-iily Acl,IW,"Ul.luiuia
shunted within tlie following boundaries nre
rosorvoil from salo nr |>ro*flinr>tliiii, viz.:
(Joiiimoncliig ni the nuriii east corner "(
Ti.wnshlp Kigl.l A is.n. Kiinleni.,. lilsirlei.
which Is nisi, liic imrlh east eurnor nf lllook li
granted lo lho Nelson and Kurt Bnoppnn] llnil
wm eiiiii|i.un hyi'i'iiwn granl dnli-.l -al. Miir.li.
IHI5: tl  'la rlh 22 miles. I hei Ine
wtwt 28 mill's, llionoo due sou(h li ml ps, thonco
due ensl 111 miles, llu'liee line South lli loilos
tli'-liee.lur ensl   IS miles. I T nr less In lhe
iilm ( beginning; tilsu thai portion fl I I
iloBcrlbo.lasooi dicing nl tho said nurlli onsl
corner of Bigot- U, Iheiico duo en*. Hi mtl-s,
Ilienee due si.lllli lathe llilcreilll. mil liiiui'i!-
nry; Ilienee wesl along anid boundary lOmllos,
Ihenee nut-Hi tn the place of beginning.
Wall. II. MAJTIN,
Chief Commissioner of UiiiIhiiihI Works.
hands nml Works liopnrimotit,
Victoria, II. r„ illi May, IMS!. 8
NOTICE.
To S. Russcl Almond, J. P., Carson, B. C,
and Peter T. McCallum, J. P., Grand
Forks, B. C.
Qbnti.kmbn.—1 bog to hereby give you
notice tliat I iiuetiil.nl Iheucxl slllltlglif lhe
Licensing Court, to be hold (or (be loiynr por-
tioll n( the Osnvmis ilivisiiin ut Ynle llislricl, tu
apply forn li.-cuae (or llie sale nf spirit. s
liqii'.rs, wine mid beer, ai the (Original! lliiuid
Furks Hotel. Grand Forks, II. r.
I am, gentlemen, yours rospoolfully,
OHAIll.KS VAN NKSH.
II rn nd Forks, I). t'„ Mavl), IS*
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE.
NOTICK Ih hereby glvon Ihal Hit! resarvn*
tion whieh wns plaeod nn lhe norih-wosl
quarter Section Iti. and snnlh-went quarter ami
Bonth half of north-won! quarter uf Hoot inn 3ft,
inTnwnship"!, Osiynos Division "f Va'o Dia-
trlel, intiee whoriof wan p'iblWhed in Ihe
Ili-ilish Columbia (iazettc, nn I (bile I Dili July,
tm, is cancelled.
\v..&.ao no,
Deputy C/Uinniiminnorof I .mils mul Works.
Lunlsaiid Works Departnifiiit,
Vieloria, H. (*.. 13-Lh March, lKHi.
NOTICE.
NOTICK Is hereby given Ihal SO days (ruin
(lule I inlenil applying In the Assistant Coin*
mlssloncr of Lands and Works for n license in
.prospocl fur Cool upun tlie fulluwing ilesciilied
lands, viz, ll... s, 15,1 sootlon 19. N. Is. I soctlnn
is, s. Vi. j soctlnn 20, nnd llio N. W, Imollonl?
township 118, situated in the Osoyoos division
uf Ynle .lislriel, nnd eimliiiiiin. lii.l neres.
J, CAMPBELL
Midway. ll.C. May MM. II
NOTICK Is horoby glvon thnl 30 days afler
ditto I Intend applying lo ih" Assisiinu Com-
hiisaionor of Lands and Works (or a license in
prospect fur coal ii|.'.n lhe (allowing described
hinds, viz, llio 8. V.. I Bcotlon 211, S. VV, I seel inn
25, N. W, 1 BOOllon 21. nnil N. Iv. I seel inn ii In
township 07, situnieil in (boOsoyoos division of
Vale district, and containing 010 acros,
KOBKItT WOOl),
Midway. II. ('..May 1,1800, li
Notice is horoby given lli.il BOdiiyfe from dale
I inlenil applying I'l ihe Assistant Conunls-
siiiiiei-nf l.-uuls ami Works fur ailcons i in pros-
pcel for ennl upon llie fullnwlllg described
lauds, viz., bolng lho whole uf Ilinl pni*tloi| uf
secllon SO. township 08, lying norlh uf Kellle
river, situated in li." Osoyoos division of Yalo
district, mul containing lill) acres,
ll. M.iili'O.l.e.
Midway, 11. ('., May I, ISM. li
T. ELLIOT
General ■ Merchant
Fairview, B. C.
Largest ani Best-Assorted Stock
SOUTHERN   INTERIOR,
IN THIS-
W. J. ARMSTRONG
Tiie Hardware, Tin and Stove Man, Vernon, B, C.
I Sell***--*-
McCIeary Hteel ranges, wood cook h!ovcm, coal cook stoves, parlor stoves, box stovea
miners' cunip Htoves, or any stove you want, silverware, granite ware, crockery ware,
glasaware. woodenwure, tinware of all kinds, toilet bcIh. hardware of all kinds,
cutlery, forks and spoons, Daisy churns, New Williams sewing machines, wringers
washing machines, window shades.
New Chatham Wagons and Trucks
Thai wore awarded the gold modal at lhe Chicago World's fair In 181)3.
Furnace Work,   Steam  and   Pipe Fitting,   Iron Pipe and
Fittings.   General Jobbing Shop in All Fines.
What it costs to get a Quartz Frospeeting Outfit
Al W. .1. Annsl mug's: One 24-lncli hollows complete, 1 40-pouml anvil,
1 shovel, 1 pick (any kiml), 1 spoon, 1 drill bummer, I l.larksinilh's ham-
mer, 1 IB-inch drill (either i- I or ono inch), 1 80-Inch drill (either}, J nr I
lll(.ll), Illl fnr llie sum uf $25, ..r auylliing else a miner wauls. Jessup's
steel unly used in drills. Send your cash with the older. If ynu are not
iu I lie city scud order fur grucurii's, as it, will lie Ulli .1. I will supply any*
IhiiiK ynu wunl.
W. J. Armstraii.-r, the Hardware, Tin and Stove Man, Vernon, B. C.
Penticton Livery, Feed ani Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND FURNISHED
GUIDES HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
3-Ti 3li.-elles   Sc   Reuouf, Ltd.
Vlotorin,   IB. O,
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY.
SOU? AGENTS FOH
Brantford ® Binders f and § Mowers
THK HEST IN TIIK MAItHIT.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows be., be.
WAREHOUSE AT VERIMlN.
C. F. Costerton, -A-g-em/t.
, i C,
FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED.
HOUSE A XI) CAl-^IAGE PAINTING
N
OTICK ir- horoby glvon Mini, sixlv iluvs
lifter dah', I 111 (olid to npltl) m IlioChlof
Com in I ssloi i or ot Idjntts find Worka for por-
luisHion iii piirolnwo llu; following -i-s<rih-d
land, siliialnl   in   tho  Bouthurn porlion nf
OiWyoOH   illvlHion   nf   Yalu   district   in  tliu
Provlnoo of Rritinh* 1-ohttnbtii: Conintoiu'tiiffftl
n Htiiku mnrkeil Otto nilllor, north wmI oornor,
ndJoinliiK the north wwl oornor of llio Dark'
llnrsi* iiiinci'iii clalin, odjolnlntfim' pro-oinptiBn |
claim, boiiig portion of Boction I iii towiiiihin 70,
weal of lin- *i\ih Inil lai niorldlnn, tiioncotioiilh i
MohaiiiHjtoMioiioiithtwiindaryor stiii loetion
lin-. tnonoocnRLOOohaliiBftloiigs'ild Houflon line, I
iliimc'iiiirthJidiaiiiH, thonco ivcul IfflnlmliiB,
Uioiio ■ io uth Jn I'lialns, thonoo U'OSl iM .•hullis lo
the iilat'o of nominoncoittont, oonliiinini H.i;
iwroB moro or lOfw. otto i.m.i.iki..
I'.iii'd Ihii-llthdiivof Mav, IK1I3, I-
Notiok U iiorobv glvon thai HO days from dato
i Intend iipiihiiiK to tlio A__.lBlnnt-tIonin.l8-
aionor nf Lnndfl aud Works (or a Hooubo to
proflpcol for coal unon tho fid owit.nr dohcribod
lands, viz.. boltig llio oiwl i booIIdii in, nnd ,Vofli
i section '-M. imviitliip iii. Hiumtwl Id lho Osnymw
division of Yalo district, und oontatnlng (HI)
acres. J. W. ttvr.u WOOD.
Midway, H.C,, May4,1808, 11
Trrmnn
SIGNS
Notick i*. Iioroby glvon llml IWilaysfroiii .Ii.l.
I in,..,1,1 nmitrlng lo Hie Assistant I' mia
sliii.....ef l.iui.ls nml Works (or .. Iloonso lo
prospect fnr ennl itti'in tl.r (ollowhig ilosoriboil
lands, viz., Iiolng llio ..esi ! sootlon tl, town.
sliip 07, anil e.i-l 1 scoUuii 28, loirnstilp 117,
nli nni eii in liic Osoyoos division of Valodlstrtol
apil containing 010 ncros.       Cuius. Wood.
Midway, II. i'., Mny 1,1801 ti
Plairf and Decorative
Paper Hanging
o o 8 o Q Q c ) KALSQMINING
G-rantl Kiii-hw iiiul Midway, B.C.
Kduoallon Oflloo, Victoria, May mill, l.w.
WilBilKAfl llio Council ol I'libllolnsiruc
Is oiii.iwoi'Oil,iniilorllio"l'ulillq School
Act," In oroaio School Dlstrlcls in n._IIH..ii n.
ilinni.i,l|.|.iiilv oxlsllng, and lodoDno liic bound*
tirii-H therouf, atri rrnni Lima u. Lima in alter
the boundaries of oslsllna illslrlelsi il 1s hero.
I.v lliilllleil Hull Hie I iilln.il Inn llirn plraaeil In
create the lollowlng tmel ol Imi.l to bo n Bohool
llialrii'l, miller 111': title nf " Anui'iilisl   Mollll*
ini.. School lilslrloti"
All tlml tm.-t of Inni otnbracoil i.. tho southern iinl, of Townships Ofl ii'i and 07, Osoyoos
Division of Yalo Dlslrlcl.    S. II. POPE,
Soorotory, Con loll of I'ulilie inHti-tit-tinn.
ROCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
norm of hock CKKKK.
II,    I*-i't*«*,-t'Lel3-lK-li.,   TXXgrar.
NiiTtei*.iiliereltv given Ilm: !HI il.i.i. fnnn
ilnie I inlet.I n|i|i!iiiifc* lo Ibo Asslslanl Com-
intsainii.il. nf Uiidsaiid Works fir n llnonsn to
prospcel lot ul mi Hi" (ollowhig doserlbcd
lands, vik, being aniilli enai | soiiiloii*.'J, nml
mil-Ill rail 1 soi'll'lll III. lownslllp 117. nml Il.e
south west | sdollon 111, also Ibo norlh wosi I
si'i'tlnn IS. lownshlp0(, sllnalo') III theOs lyons
division »f Vulu .Ilslrlol, ..ml c llilng 010
ncros, ('• Mt'C.iaa.v.
Mldwny, II. ('., May), 180(1. li
Notick Isliaroby niri-n ilinl 3fl days from dnlc
I inn.ml nii|.l.iii_ tn llie Asststnnl Comints*
sloiiorofliniilsiuid Works (or ailcoiiso ros.
llOCl   for ennl   lipnn   ll.e  fniluwinn doserlbcd
i.ii'ls,viz.,is'ingnlltlint portion i.f sootloiiM,
lownnlihi 118, imi ocrnnlod ns n hoinosiuad,
slinnieillii tho Osoyoos division nf Vale district
ini'l containing 0(0 sores,
W, It. M-M.INN,
Mill .vn)'. Mny I. 17:11.
NoTICKls horoby ftun tlml U0 iliiya t.flnr
ilntel Inlond ii]iiii.i.ik' t" Hu- Asslsinnt. Cold-
nilsslonor of Ijiluls mid Works fnr alHionselo
prospeel fm-ennl iipnn Ilm foimwlng ilo*.'.ilinl
Iimd'.. viz, Hei.iknil llml porlNiof seelinl.27,
townsbi)]lis, iiorlli nf Kiltie rlvor,shunted iu
llu.Osoyoo, division nf Ynle distriettindei.il-
lalnlng 010 acres.
k. D. ntii.i.w..
Midway, May 1,-1891.
' Livery, M anil
Grand Forks, 11. C, Below the liridffo.
Livery Teams, S;idiil3 anti Pack Horses and Ladies* Saddle Hopses,
Hay, Grain and Wood for Sale.
Teaming of All  Kinds  a  Specialty.
KS'I'A III,ISII I'll)    lHMII.
NOTICK is hereby, given tlml thirty days
(roil. .lute. I Inlenil In alilily In Hie Chief
Commissioner uf l-nmls nml w orks fnr n liconso
lo prospeel (orcoalon Hi" (ollowhig survoyoil
i limils, viz.'limlli Imlf.. f seel inn 27 nml soul li Imlf
of swiii.n 111. lownshlp KI. situated in Hn;
Osoyoos division of i'a!e districl. and comprising MO acres. W. II. NOHRIS.
.   Midway, U. ('., April 28111,1800,
MAINLAND NURSERY COMPANY
".trim.mm ('.Miu,"
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
Ouu  Si'iiCiAi;riliS—Varieties Profitable in I5ritish Columbia;
Trees Free from Pests,
FRUIT   ANI) ORNAMENTAL TREES,  PLANTS ANI) VINES,
Send for Free Catalogue.   :   E. Hutchkrson, Manager.
KlHMT-l '1..1SS   AeeOMMUllATlOX    rull   QUKSTS,
GOOD STABLING
-t^iiyolk'iit KUblngoii Kellle Rlvor,JH
Notiok i« horoby glvoo tliat 3(1 days froni
dnlc I iDlond applying \» tin- AHHlstniil Com-
mirtslonorof l-iindsanil Works for n licoiiBd to
proHpflOl fon-oal upon Uio follottlng donorlbon
lamk viz., being llml iioriioii of booUoii BU,
towiwlitpOa, not ocoiipiodnan liotnoBlcad,bIIu-
ntcd in tin* Osovoos division ot Yalo iHatrlct-
andi'onliiinint.'lil'lacrrF.
,).*.S, AtiMUTHONO,
Midway, May 1.1606.
Ha-Ho, to tie Boundary Creek Mines!
 ' THI5 GRAND FORKS, MAKOUS AND MIDWAY  	
Itups Hi'l.vi'i'ii Miuaaiisiinilllnuid Turks ilnily. leaving Marous and (iriiml forks at in. in.
heaves Grand Kurks far Midway, Mohduys, Wcdnosdayfl and Fridays at * n, iu.
Loaves M idwny fur Oi-i.n.l Corks and Mnr-us,"ruesdnys'Thursdays nnd Sntbrdaysi 7 a. m.
GOOD   HT-A.C; Jt!!S
RXSAS031-A3I.I!   XtAWXXS
MANLEY & AVERILL, l'ltOl'RIETORS GRAND FORKS, B. C.
M. I«'. I'DLGKH,   l'JiOI'Kli.'.TOI?.
Good Accommodation and Moderate Charges.
KTo Cliiixese Help
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.   Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.  Saddle Horses a Specialty.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KF.TTLI' RIVKR.
First Glass AcTi.iiiin.nliitit.u.  Good Stabling, Terminus of Stage Line
from Mari'iis, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
The Kettle fiiver Stage Line  ,
Running over the MAIL ROUTE
Between BRAND FORKS and PENTICTON
Leaves Penticton on Thursdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Grand Foks
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. MILLER',      -      Prop.,      -      Grnrid Forks, B. t.
Grand Prairie Hotel
CARSON, KliTTl.i;   lllVKIl.  II. ('.
Situate io the Immediate Vicinity of" the Boundary Greek Mines.
First-class accommodation for the Traveling Public.  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
McLAREN BROS.        ....        PROPRIETORS.
VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
>^^MNr**»f*4>*i^t?*^-r-f»wr-
Good single and double drivers and saddle horses. Ladies'
gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses.    Horses
boarded by the week or month.    Box stalls if desired. Horses
broken to harness, ancl horses and cattle sold on commission
Dealer in hay and grain ; wholesale and retail.   All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to.   Corner Mission and Tronson sts
W. Gardner, Protrietor.

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