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Vol. I, No. 7.
FAIRVIEW, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1894'.
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Groceries, Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Hats and Caps
Ready an4 Custom Made Clothing
Boots and Shoes Drugs and Stationery
Hardware Stores, Tinware,
Agricultural Implements,     Miners' Supplies, §f AH Kinds.
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BARRISTER,
Omen, IlAH.VAiii) Avenue.
VERNON, 11. <;.
POCHHANU k HILLINGS,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITOUS AND
NOTARIES PUBLIC.
Ofilcc: Gilnioro's Blook, Barnard Avonuc,
VfjJtXON,     ■     II. II.
W. M. COOmtANE, - FliKII. Illl.I.lNCIS.
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Physician and Surgeon.
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W.T.SHATFORD&CO.
Fairview and Vernon,
Httl'rl} & CLERIN, Props.
Miuiufaiiturera of
ings, Turn-
All kinds of Factory Work kept in
stock and made to order,
The best of material used.
Coast cedar worked into furnishings a
specialty,
Write fur prices and discounts.
All kinds of lumber, laths and shingles
kept in stock,
Sawmill rut Okanagan Lake, handy, to
shipment.
Sash and door factory on C. P. Rail.
way at Vernon.
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BROS.   &   CO.
pry Goods, Groceries, Beady-Made Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Ordure from the Lower Okanagan will receive prompt attention.
Prices Reasonable,
CONTRACTOR and IIULDKll
VEItNON, II. C.
Plans & spcclflcal inns furnished on application,
Similes, Doo   nnd Shingles kept in stock,
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T1 E.CROWELL,
TBONSON ST., VEItNON,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Otllce and Store Fittings a Specialty.
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W. RAYMER,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
KELOWNA, B. 0.
Plans and Specifications prepared nnd estimates furnished on all kinds of buildings.
P H. LATIMER,
VEIiNO I, II. C,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
Land. Suvreyo^.
Mem. Amer. Soc. Irrig, Enga,
J. A. Coiivei.i., C.E., P.L.S.
J. 1'. lll'HNVKAT, O.E., I'.L.S.
CORTELL & BDflHYBAT,
Civil -:- Engineers.
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
AND DRAUGHTSMEN,
All kinds of Kiitfincerihg and Sui-voy Work,
with Plana ana Estimutos ii. any part'bj
the Province, promptly ut tended to
Agents:
Real   ISat.Gi.'abo   nnd  IME±m.©s
Vehnon, Fairview and Boundary Orkbk,
W. W. GIBBS.
ASSAYEU,
Bqunhahv Falls,
Sam lea hy Mail will rqeoivo prnnijit attention
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A Pull Lino of English, Canadian
and American
PATENT MEDICiNhb,
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
FANCY AND MEDICINAL SOAPS,
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES,
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DISTRICT NOTES.
Never in the memory of Indian or
white liinii has the water in Trout
Creek been so high ns It is (his spring.
Mr.Qartrell of Trout Creek bus made
id, and a lively
for horse races July
time is anticipated,
Mr. Robert Uarland will Jjavg hjs
arvaster jn running order lite last, nt
this week, and will then be ready to.
take out I If .shining metal,
Peter HelsUib bus taken the com
tract for the now store building at
i further improvement to his already Midway.
iirliiiiil by planting out litis1. •'"I"1 Stevens, of Fairview, has gong
1     pal Greenwood, and will do
extensiv
spring.limit
And all uoqulaitca for tlloToilol
Sick ltiioin
and
Orders by Mail receive careful Alton-
Holland Qui,:k Dispatch,,
AOENT roil
B. LAURENCE'S
two hundred more fruit
trees of different kinds. It is a pleasure
to visit thia rancheand notice what
well directed energy can do.
The large volume of smoke hanging
over the tipper end of jljn Mission
valley is duo lo the clearing of land
*}> which is in progress on Mr. Calhonns
(ft pre-emption, By clearing, fencing,
'i* ploughing and other improvements tins
w I goiitleniiin is clearly demonstrating the
§A j activity of the now f,jiner,
<£A j   Of late there have been n good many
at
if Fall
into camp at Ore
some development work on the Iron.
sides ami Knob Hill proper) jes.
rrospsator.
i, industries of different kinds sta,rjpj in
<!> this land of promise, yet another |s
J|J  cohtciiipl,'itt)i|. Mr. F Hui|velte declares
Vj?|his Intention uf putting to wtiiintiiiiii-
.„,. <i\( berofslwash klootchmeu  to gather
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Spechfe and Eyeglasses
Grand Prairie Prattle,
(From our own coiTcspundeiiu
Rettle River, May 29.—Calamities,
havo fallen thick and fast on the Kot-.
Hi' River, First the bridge above Ingram's went out, and then the one
above Spraggett's followed suit. The
latter bridge was a sudden and effec
tual smash; a tremendous fir, butt end.
on, struck the middle of thu imntra,
span and walked right througb the
bridge, ns if nothin unusual was in its.
yvay. Boats have been planet] tin the
river ul ),||u bridge, or wjprc |||ji(,
structure stood, ana al the lower cross-
iNextlo Mr. Elliot's store,)
JOHN MOFFAT, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STABLIK&
Horses and Buggies for Hire.
CM. GEM,
Assoc. Mem. Can. Soc, C. E,
PfiQVINCIAL LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Surveys of Every Description In the Lower
Country Immediately Attended.to.
Address:    BOUNDARY CITY, B. C,
W. C, POUND,
TAXIDERMIST.
BIRDS, ANIMALS AND PISH MOUNTED
IN APPROPRIATE STYLUS,
Native Birds and Heads Kept for Sole.
Irdcrs   by mall  receive prompt attention.
Motllltlllg Heads a Specialty.
VERNON, B.C.
SV. DALRYMPLE,
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FAIRVIEW, B. C.
All  Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Specialty.
For Sale or Rent.
Two Story blacksmith's Shop nml complott
sot of tools (now); also stock of cO'nl and Iron
On half-aero lot at licnvotilin.
Apply I). NICHOLSON.
Hyndford Hotel.
MTUAThD 1'weivo Miles South of the Pair
)   view Mines, ou the hank of
—t OSOYOOS LAKE :—
Noted for its Scenery and Hunting.
' MRS. E. J. DOWintiQ.
FOR SALE
160 Acres of Land. All Meadow.
BETWEEN Sixty and Seventy Acres Cleared
and Drained.  Six miles from Camp McKinney, Ono Mile from waggon road.
Apply ADVANCE OFFICE.
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County Court Notice.
OWE (a. horoby glvon that a sitting of the
County Court of Yale will ho held i|l
Osoyoos on Wednesday, 18th June, Ml, at the
hour of 11 o.oloek iu the forenoon.
By command.
C. A. R, LAMBLY,
l}ovcrinncnt Ofilcc, Osoyooa, It. 0. C.
14th April, 18W,
Vernon Private College.
VERNON, B. C.
P. Adrien Meyer, Principal,
SEND FOR PROSPECTUS,
spruce and pine gum for shipment tot
eastern firms for the manufacture of i»g. so that pggple n I not be incon.
chewing gum etc,
He is confident thai
at the prices offered money can be
made out, of it.
Mr, J. Schubert has employed Harry
Hose to go to Penticton, to make tho
necessary arrangements for the crossing nf freight and passengers, until
such time as a permanent structure
can be put up to connect the present
bridge wilh the east side of the Okanagan River.
To those oi nipelli'il to labour almost
incessantly from one years end to the
other, some opportunity should be
given whereby they might enjoy occo-
ionally, in the summer time, a littio
rest and recreation. With this end in
view smite pressure should, be brought
to bear on the 0, P, R. In induce them
to Institute bi-monthly excursions from
Vernon and other points to Kelowna
and Pentictou. This would furnish a
chance for people to become acquainted
with the coimtry,to appreciate the
splendid accomuiodatiqn furnished by
the steamboat, and to enjoy the magnificent scenery of Lake Okanagan.
These excursions if established, would
be a source of pleasure lo the pponle
and profit to the company.
F. II, JACQUUS,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, B. C.
E SOHULTZ,
VERNON, B. C.
Notice of Licensing Court.
NOTICE is hereby given tliu! n Llooiialug
Court for the Southern uoi'tlon of the
Cvjoyflos Division nf Yale District will he held
at tho Government Otllce, Osoyoos, on the 15th
Juno next, at the hour of 11 o'olock In Iho forenoon, 0. A. R. LAMBLY.
Government Olllco, Osoyoos,
Hlh April. IS!)),
Long Lake Notes.
(Prom oar own correspondent.)
The settlers tire talking of gelling a
school and post office established here
next spring.
Mr. Bouvotto h,ujS In 30 acres of wheat.
Hid a fine garden with everything in
it up and looking well, and this on
land which for years was by many considered useless.
Mrs. Coryell is here living on her
pre-emption. She has a choice piece of
land beautifully located on Long Lake.
Fishing ou Long Lake is now good
many line trout being caught last week.
Mr. F. Bouvctte has rented |psplace
on shares and two hundred acres will
bo put in crop this fall, and five acres
of hops. The whole of the land will be
fenced and broken up right away.
People come here QYpry day looKing
for land. Before six mollis the whole
uf the commonage will be taken up,
Mr. Latimer intends putting in live
acres of fruit on his ranche here, and
flirty acres of timothy nnd clover.
Railroader,
Boundary Creek Notes.
(Prom our own correspondent,)
Boundary Cheek, May ISO,—The.
high water is the general topic of conversation, and the old tinier says it is
the highest for X) years. Heroic efforts were made to save the bridges at
Ingram's and McLaren's, but were unavailing, and travel will be seriously
Impeded for a month,
Mackey Ingram built a scow for the
purpose of transferring teams ami
freight, so that, travel from the Okanagan need not he tliiaycd. Several
Holds along tho river are tinilij' wnlcr.
The water has fallen two and one-half
feet tit Power's saw mill, and will
probably continue to subside, The
family of Mr. Charles, .Mclviiio has arrived at Midway to remain permanently, Mr. Melville bus charge of the
woi'k on the new hotel,
Mr. Win. Powers is putting up a
^ew cottage, and as be is now tit thu
Mission, he may bring back a housekeeper.
The townsitc, company are cutting a
new trail to vv bite's camp, that will lie
fniit' miles sbot'lei' than Ihe present
trail over the mountain to 'Grand
Prairie. The grades are much easier
than on the old trail, or even on the.
Government waggon road survey.
Mr. Dave Bonnet returned to Loomiston to-day to move in another family
who have decided to locate here,
Mr,'Thos,   iMcAulcj   will celebrate
Dominion Day hy a grand ball in bis
new hotel,  Owing to the first falling
on Sunday, the ball will bo given Won-
....   ,   ~ i ('ay night.  On the Fourth'of July
PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, ETC.!!l--.-ill tea m* W ^ Grand
C. MAIR,
jiji;LOWNA,B. C.
General Dealer in
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes,
Clothing' and Provisions.
Pnrliculur intention paid to orders, from the
MINING CAMPS
of tho Lower Country,   Prices Kuasnnnlile.
C. W, HOLLIDAY
Portrait and
Landscape
Photographer
VERNON, B. C,
CANN & CO.
Stationers &c.
Dcalcr
VFHNON. R C.
i Prairie.
A purse Is being raised
t. Midway
venienced, that js nnl any inure than
to the tune of footing ferrying arid
conveyance between the two points,
The bridge on the noTlfi fork t,f Kettle
River sustained a heavy jinn the Othep
day, but, fortunately, through the in-.
defutlgahlfj liilnir of smnc of t||,i sot.
tiers, was, for the time being, rescued
from destruction, This bridge is,
merely nn anouioly al the present,
time, as all approach to it is completely
cut off, except through the aid of
boats, and after the water bits subsided
the road in: the east a(de of the bridge
will, in all probability, be impassable
font nautili or more,
Since the collapse of the other
bridges the one on the north fork cai|
truly be called the bridge of "Size,'1
and aruiind il, may be seen "New Ven-.
ice," or, Venice as she is on Kettle
River. Had not the heat abated anil
cooler wcjtl.her with rain set in last,
Saturday, ,ve taucly, down here, bad
thought the second deluge was under
construction; even as it is the river
does not make make up its mind one.
way or tlie other, but vacillates between a rise and fall. The amount of
drift wood that has desceuded the.
river since high witter would, if coi-.
lecletl at sonic U|m.'fUptable point, have.
made a fair foi'tutie for any pue man.
How all this it:■cuiuiilatioii gets intl)
the river in on? year linffles con,:o,plioii
and Imagination.
Irrigation on Hie lower flats alongside the river is below par this year;
the holders of such lauds have nu
cause to grumble either, for, as rule
they are, or these lands tire, the ivcipi-.
cuts of what is'V:irrent"in I hiscou.nl ry,
Jinny people ii) litis lower country
will be glad to see that, spine one has
at last, taken up arms against tho
"road blocker,"as putting roads and
bridges onto hill sides and tlie toughest kind of places, nml leaving the pub:
lie to travel them as best they can, has
long been n practice of unscrupulous.
persons, This is nol the only nuisance
practised iu this rapidly settling country ; there is another that is just as
bad, or even worse, and that is bluff
fencing. This system of fencing very
often cuts off from the use of the public large tracts of grazing land, aiid
although the bluff-fencer does not actually fence in government land, he.
practically closes all access to the land
(>y outsiiltii's, ami wollishly enjoys the
use uf it. alone. These old time B.C.
tricks are beginning to make tbi'in-
selvesfi'll now that grazing lauds are.
getting scarce. Nemo.
Boundary Falls, Talk.
(Prom our own cnrrespi.;tdeiil..l
Boundary Falls, May 28.—Now.
that there are no more bridges lo be,
taken away by the unusual high water,
puhlic attontiqu, has again reverted to
our proposed Boundary Mountain wag-,
gon road. Wc think bridges are useful, but waggon roads a necessity.
T|te. snow is entirely gone front the different passes over the mountain, and a
survey of 1(11: sn tne should lie made ut.
once.
Quite a number of prospectors are
now iu the hills and several new strikes
have been made.
Quite a number oi 'aim owners are
In Ihe Copper cinip thing assessment
work, and, also in Deadwood, Greenwood and the Summit camps,
As vet. there is no work going on
outside of assiiionts, and there can be
none expected until sonic of our properties change hands,
A party from Seal tic, coming ill the
Interests of a Mnuijuin, company, has
recently mad,1, nn examination of the
Deadwood properties, willi 11 view of
purchasing the entire group.
Mr. E. P. Snydan, I'inlii Colorado,
has been looking through our camps,
and expresses himself as, being much!
pleased with what there is in sight.
II would be a great, entryc-nience to,
nine-tenths of the miners o( this division wore the recorder's offtoe located
on Boundary Creek Instead of Rock
Creek. It now lakes, one whole day lo,
ride from any ono nf our principal
camps to the office, and then with no,
],osiii\'ti assurance thai the recorder
will he found, which is liable In cause
serious trouble, as in case of recording,
assessment work. ko.    Oooabihnal.
FOR SALE
TN TDK BEST LOCALITY ON THE VER
1   NON Yownsito. a few acre and half-am,
lots, cither (or building or gardening,
Apply to this office or lu
P. ADRIAN MEYEIt,
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'i ;  1    Al I" is! lie I, id ,.'   < I'': ".1,1 1 li •
I 1    flirl  tin    W'hal   il   W',1.::,    beyniiii j
wishing  In  i psel   '.'.:■■    (:  rernwiiiil,
file (;jv;„,-.iii,::i tlu'oughoul ,:..' Pro
,. it "c wan 1 ,uup 1, 'il nl 11 iiiiiiibei ■ I
.. u.'iic.tblg 1 ii tneatii,    ', h ■ ;■; ■.   i .
lax,  inigltl     ■ ;     :   ;-i   , 'Ojiie nl   lit
'Itii s. but lie i n iiii red ., , uli! ei -
lit tli v.'t'! i:l in ii,.1 rural distriel .- :,-
1.lie secli ir.s r.'is'i '.'.. ■ ■, '<;-.- : i liail
,. upost :i ;li' , liimi i.'ttl nn il'dif-
I '.'•■, I ri'p:i di' liii.i , ■ t'tii','!!, 1 il \
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I' 1 ; i II, before I    'j     n  .   (lei'.:. ::. ,i
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Id (Imliani   '.   cii'.i'it' 011 :  ,■'.   1, ,' I ■:     ''■:■'"      i-iiii
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e.ipivU'd  , in nl   ii.1 i;   tpiiU' ,'    ...,, ,.,..,,
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Willi!   I'l, ! 1, I! !l .:      i.i    I"   I'll;'      1    hi
, i.",... la was al ,- i ..,. 1 . undi I'siaml.
us lie had 1 ■'   ,'.■: :..,:; 'i,. .  ,:.,-    ,-u   „
exprcrs Ins o; tiiioi'i on ■.■ iters poltli.   i Ai$WI  ;;  fi
cal.    Thai  1   .,.:■,...'   , ,-, r.,...;    (JOiUatlUid
awaitii ;; tin ai'i'iviil oi  Ur. i tituili n ul
itilt'i'i   IV '   ...-      BlIiMI'Li,     ,       ■     IJfl '
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tu :i:iv,  ilr, ti.-,,!! ' lite ,       •   ■
form  Liter 1 ....   !  ■ nuld   lliei, for ■
'::,! Illl IVilolil.ii it.'.'l   ll I hi- I      -elll
'millniii ti.. ..   i.'i'ik.-
Sjiallunic! ,. i I»utes.
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V'c   |'„;: 1 wi!      1.   ■■   ! ...
pis upp illl 1,1
M.1. (Jul   I       ' I. I'.li    :,
itAiv.sifiing,!.-.       I'll!' 1 ol ,tb,
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McAulev & Grant,     WyMsohll & Bewicke,
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■:.  STABLES,   :-:
D.'iubl   n 1 ■' -li Hie  .;■,.".
m ii** i,Hiies;.,'.": .ts'&diiio Bank of British Columbia
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-■ . " :  ■ ari'ii • '■ ■ :■■. (I Willi ,'m.k
V\ i- shall sliorth open n branch atj
ii." .:.'■ 11  "'-I.    : - com "i with  the
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I,0llti',.'!l ■
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Agitsfop Sale of Ms on ilia Aberdeen «■■ Lyons Mate
vv U Lri   POUflis   Oi.    DF. Vi i;,,hi.. LvtU..
Do  ■ Hon:     Hifj.i n ;. Stiikkt, Liisdox, l!:;ni,■.:,!•.
r\i/;: v sncouvk:!, ii.c-, ami vi unon n.(
JOiiAl'iN w UL E 30 ■-. .!■ ■ g' ig D ?eetoi
'       - ' ^erni n :':-: aneii G, a. Kankay, Blanag'C
11.'    II • '.    :■'.:     '  (T'l'l I'' ill    :"
:*ISK!%?: isi»JfieleFiii Livery
Pfiftfj   i'ri';   Ufi ft   VT<lh flCI
' If IS'    :.; -.    imtii   iShnYihtfL
:y. Manager,
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PJsLAREft   :  0 S   PROPBIiiTORS
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Popvevors ^flpte:^^™ si
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GOOD
■■;:"■■'■'■■.•'; Drivers,      BooJMe.BfiveKi,
Good Sails iim
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ill Ihe licit i      i    . . , ..        .     ,  ..:.
[lOtweci . ,--   .   ...... I  the bu ,i ...- '' '"■' ""■ i
for the erectiu ■. , :  ■■ ::    .■ , _.    ,i:
Htepney ranch,
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Mr. lkbbitl i'etiuiied I'roni  In i ■'
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F, R KLINE, Proorietor.
I'litriny tin   wi "l , briti:.;; .,; v, il.'i i.i,:'
joint' tlinroiighbied ..■ .■- j i     .
Ppnviniiiii] !;',;i'" ■'" i;-',! "':"
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Of Torcato,'.-..'
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GOOD ACCOMMODi ."'OM
'CflOD STABLTNC
C   . Irst' Class  I y n   in
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Proa Bus fas II Train
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Stopping1;";,' for Stages to P.ontictor. and Cro, Wash,
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■  .■: HOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
IlIilljIJlillJIAJy   Ii All tli iiii if I,
: ::!.!.   SGI X'fi   ''",,
B'ranl' rd     Binders . and -  Mowers
thi: bKst ix tiiu i.iiti.i'T.
A Full Lino of Wagg-ons, Tru ks, Ploug'hs, Harrows flee, uio.
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Friday al Oijoyuoi.ii.lu folli wi
;'.';.s
.-.    ii'-,,    wen   ina-.ir
tiie roll iv' : iii
While S at ii
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do, '-.V. !■'. Smith,
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suTiuues e.ii.t
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lilt e, ::" ', ii ':'"■:.•:..  51  iSullivaiii ,To
I:.ir.. in ne,; Die .in':::-" i
siti1) i- tin old Hume of Mi ■
UdVitiiU, at out one iii,;. ion! ii
•i Luke, i, was! M: iirsl saw-
■' iontlirrii i otintrv, wan r;ui-
:■":..:::.,.   ,:    :■   ;
.    'itt  . :■■ '.'   in
mil, Iii' ' is ion
I.i, hull
ittcsiion ut li:t\ ur. line mini
rice  101   . lumi
i    Ill ■:' .'     Il'l
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mi   I'"      l!  :-.   inde: ■'-■"
lll.-ill :,
111    lift I  I II:
111 i.|!'!
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r Ihe tltlJti
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t.-l i'.. .;'.' I'ivei
ii- I   in, '
v  prngi
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I'.nk of Verii in spent  it d;l
nun last week.
A.  Palmer n.
:■■:' l.!l ■ ..: il|is lil,:l   WC :■ to
■i- l-i,,;!'.    i in ' diiln .   The 1.
'here  VI r,      hi i ■   B   its oi   i!
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in .Mi-,; tit'i ii
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their fiiim
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n- pif, ■   v ':■:•  lias
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inn  linisfiett
ililuie can in
lore in tut! iii
■ : Ihniiurli lo Hoc  i ■ ;:
• HI ll',    I : ':"  .'
imp en route
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ir    iiiute  I   un .: mi n •■ ■. ■ ■ ■
!.<tsl Sunday a tluinde
illowod by ;i peilecl tleluge
id high wind passed ovei
has hn I
lit!   n-:;i::.l.
:  : lip   ll'jvv   i-:
within !'. ur ni' five mile . ol JleKin        .   •.,
iind a ".i.i'  ami ..... I ,-' ..' In;   ii:.
Ililllfi •    TlVi 'il •' '    II llil 1! iu uli  .
iverin'.',' l:oi      ' . i -1 ■■     i.itl
linn, r.G.yqrnop.MTivedil I iliriiew ',,,  ;,;
i Siinday eveitiiiH and pul up al the ,.,,,,   ,
t'niii ■
it .Mr, 1     Sli'iltlliM.n
[i   '..'
,.'.,.    on    li
,!  111.10,  I 111' ,.'!,'  i'
.  on iVlo!
.Fill     !.     .   '-.
oil'   iiriit;:
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ii. P. I),Key.
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DISTfllCl NOTES,
. I ..v.iiiiiii',. ivljl Iii diss av
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In
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railed  i".   tlltt     il   IrU'.'lion ot " t: ii i   ■
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porter', i	
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Hit) ii.it. .' t'-'i   ' la ;'.' in s il   Oro  .':
Pttc ii. y,
Two ndli - " lb'' I   "'•■' tliu i iad in
WhiteValloi ii.i.-. !"' " ."
o f e i u n i'       ■  .
ll llllll ' ',,    ■ I'll ■    (I'll  |)   lllk'1-t.l     ( f.|„,       ;  :  ,     il
Hoi .'•'.,:!,'.'. i, i' ll ill La ' lllltli III    ll :-     '"
i ii soil this mill '■ fin' -
Sir, Uchuonover knleil ,i   larj.
11',111 I'm. creek Ibis rt'eek,
Sir, Schiibet'l Iw  K"ue Lo .niuu
;„.,,,. i two n ceka anil tli
:        ■
■   il    ip \
' I .     :.       iff ill
-      :   '.■     I!     1','IV   01    '
iiii; on'' iirioii
bids to hn the un   . bui
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li 'i en i.      i> i.'Vet CORRESPONDENCE.
O, P. II. .'IUKIIIHT  1,.1'I'KS.
.To the editor of Tni, Aiivamk:
Shi In regard tn the ninny paragraphs which have appeared in your
paper anunt C.P.R rules, I am requested by .Mr. Brown In send you the
enclosed special rate circulars, in order
that your readers, inay set. I bat the
company ure doing nil they possibly
can to help I be farmers in !!:• Okanagan settlements. Ami SO far ns the
meii'linnls ure concerned, the following reduction in ft eight rales between
Vancouver, Westminster ami Penticton wll prnve that Ibeir interests ure
being looked after also, via.1] on 1st
class, 85.80 per Ion ; 2nd class, $4.80 per
'ton; 3rd, class, $3.80; lilt class,$3,20\
titii class, $3.fi() j (lib class, $2.401 7th
class, $2.20. Tiie rate fur nil) from
'Penticton toTacoum is $10,60 per ion
cur loi s, Instead of $11, as stated in one
'.it your isties. Tlie local rates for all
classes botwoon Qkiuiagun and Kelowna Is il ccnls per 100 lbs,, and be-
! icon Okanagan  and   Penticton 50
rents per UK) lbs., and as the weights
In the majority of shipments do not
exceed that number uf pounds, it
would lie unreasonable to expect the
I'linip.itiy ti> iiinke Hie minimum rate
less. Yours truly, H. S. SuAimiNq,
Agent,
Following aro I be circulars from Mr.
Drown i
'Canadian Pacific Railway Co,,
1 Wks'tkhn ami Pacific Diyisionb.
Vancouvtsb, D. 0„ Feb. Ki.b, 1894,
Special rate No, ll-ll, superceding spc
rial rale No. 0-8, dated January 1st,
1803, The following rales will apply
mviiinjn; feed, Hour and mill stuffs) in
ptl'ifight or mixed carloads, iniiiiiniiin
weights, as per general freight agent's
circular, No. F6B2, dated March 27th,
1803: To Vancouver and New Westminster from Sicainous Junction,
Mattt,-Endorhy, Arin.-.tn, tig, Iiirkin,
Vernon and Okanagah Landing, at
rate of 25 cents per 100 lbs. When
the steamer Aberdeen resumes her
service on Okanagan hake, a rate of
ya cents per 100 lbs. will be put in
effect on uackcu grain, in carloads, train
Kelowna to Vancouver iiiul New
Westminster. Please acknowledge receipt. Wm. ilunw.v,
1   .           Assist, Gen. Freight Agent,
N. P. f). 20—Special fruit and vegetable tariff-Effective May 1st, 1894:
'F.jOin any station on Shuswap & Oknn-
/ig'iin branch to Vancouver and Now1
Westminster, on straight or mixed
carloads of beets, cabbage, corrots,
unions, parsnips, potatoes, pumpkins
and turnips, at owner's risk, minimum
weight 24.000 lbs., at rote of 85 cents
per 100 lbs. On straight or mixed
carloads of fresh fruit, and the following vegetables, viz : asparagus, beans,
celery, corn, ciiotiii'iliers, melons, parsley, peas, rhubarb, shillots, spinach and
tomatoes, at owner's risk, iiiiniiiuini
weight 20,000 ilk, at into uf 75 cents
per 100 lbs.
' Charges on  all shipments must be
pre-paid or guaranteed. '
Koiit, Kerb,
1 General Freight Agent,
Winnipeg, Man..   Wm, Brown,
Assi. lien. Freight Agent,
Vancouver, H. C.
Issued In Vancouver, II. C„ April
20th, 1894.
THE BRIDGE AT KAlltVIEW.
To the editor of Tun AdyaniMS ;
Sir—I wish to draw your attention
to the fact that a year ago the Government called for lenders for building it
bridge ovci the Okanagan River near
fairview. A few remarks from one
wlm saw the plans and specifications
might not, under present circuui-
»ut,.,:es, he out of plac'O.
' Having occasion nearly a year ago lo
go over the grovtnl now occupied by
the road, I found it necessary lo use a
raft over part of the distance from the
ltin|: ground on the west side to the
bank of Ibe river, a distance of about
BOO feel, aiid the balance of Lite way to
Wade through water knee deep,
The plans and spec!Hcatious called for
this part of the road In be covered, in
the Iirsl, place, with the brush cut down
for tho right of way, whicli was to lit
piled in lite centre of the road, anil on
lliti'l'op,!.!' thai wilh two feel, of solid
dirt with ditches on each side. Two
culverts would have been reip'ilrcd'for
the carrying away of tlie water, whicli
Ivould back up agdnst such road. Al
present it is almost entirely covered
R,(li water, in most places two feet
deep, and as the river has not reached
lis height, there is a great likelihood of
its shortly being impassable,
i 1 have born' infornicd thai thu inspector had orders, when oxiinilng the
bridge and rnnd lo receive il, although
it might not have been luilll according
to contract, as the contractor bad not
tniitli1 any mtiilny on the job, If such
Is tin1 case, I resepectfully ask, should
(he contractor aavo special favors
Shown bint antl not do work according
Ip specifications ? I have also huon Informed thai the Govornuicnl bad a
man working tin the road between
''i'S' mix I ake and Fairview shortly
jJi'twFif'v.'iiS'ltit'lit'd over to the officials,
doing work which wits left undone be-
Stire by the contractor. Perhaps our
lliief tloininiiissioner of Lauds antl
Vorks will go do.v ii and see for him-
self how the wor6?%is done, aud coni-
hare ifwilh what vtais called for, anil
let us'know the result. Vours t''i|ly,
I' HtjCAl. Riou'rsl'
May 21), 1894.
Jfl the editor of THE AliVANcir:
Mil. kerb's REPLY,
Sir—In reply lo II, P. Palmorstou's
biter iif'Miiy liilb, I wish li) statellnil
ii'lien I change:! the road crossing my
.Vuperiy I Interviewed Mr.' Schiibort,
(toad .Supi'i'inleiiil.iiii, In tegaiil In
same. Mis Instructions wi-roto build a
leinpiii.'ii) road to do until he could
get along with the main road, My mis-
kke though seems lo be thai I did not.
Aptsome aspiring or officious individual
in the district lo issue direct Ions, Now
lis regards to its being impossible to
haul a load of freight over mo road the
l'acl« of the cise rui'llte tiie Si„ileiiinnt.
A  four  horse load of freight  (beside
loads • ken by single teams) has already been drawn over il by Muckie
Ingram and no complaint made, As
regards consulting the interests of
others, some peoples words and actions
'lilVei'i'onsideral.ly. ll has been noticed
here by miners and Others thai when
ever "4Jrospector" writes to (be Vernon News ii is about nothing bul
"While's Camp" an,I " Boundary
Flat". As lo lencing nml living on
$ 5.00 land, I consider it pout policy for
a man wilh a " M bite ISIcpliaut"ou Ins
hands tu iiinke any remarks about
land, In conclusion I would say thai
I do nol wish to ('01111 notoriety by
writing lo newspapers about petty
grievences and matters of no interest
lo the'reading public j but to those
wbo do, 1 would silv some one should
give I belli ;t siiinll press lo play wilh.
Yours truly,    It. I), KERR.
OKANAOAN   ilil'NK'll'AI.ITY   QUESTION,
To the editor of The Advance:
Sill -As Ihe Advanoe is widely road
ill White Valley, and as the notes and
letters whicli havo recently appeared
in its columns regarding the above
(|i,i,slion might loud people here and
elsewhere lo believe that there is nn
feeling iii the district In favor of tho
movement, you will permit me to make
a few remarks showing that, notwithstanding tho letter of "Antl," in your
issue of the 171 h Inst,, and the one
sidedness of the notes of your correspondent, llinre is a sli'ongnnil growing
feeling in favor of Incorporation.
At the meeting bold at Lllinhy to
consider the question, the opposition
tn lite inurement was nut based (as
"Anti" vainly endeavors to prove)'On
the merits or demerits of Ibe question,
One or two individuals prejudiced the
minds of the people by constantly asserting that fiiu (natter was mooted by
a few of the "' big bugs' down at Vernon" and that if a municipality was
formed they (Ibe bugs) would control
matters antl raise the taxes on tho
poorer ranchers and reduce them on
their ranches. I appeal to t|ie chairman of the meeting if thu above was
not a strung factor iu the rendering of
the decision. Tlicii there was the
political demagog present, who, in
fiery declamation denounced the nnive-
mciit. Mr. Price Ellison was quoted
as saying (anil he is reported in the
News to have said so) in regard to a
.similar case, " if you return, tlie Chief
Commissioner of Latin's and Works it is
no inducement ft,ryouln seek inooi'porn-
t .on." In the light of election day, the
mending nf such a sentence is evident,
and an endeavor to make capital out of
it here was made, '! Anti" truly represents a number of those present when
tic writes •' It cannot be proven to us
that it would be a benefit,, &c," Thai's
just it. You can't prove anything to a
liiiin who won't accept proof. Letters
were read at the mod big whicli demon •
started that a municipality is an improvement lo a district. The letter
from Reeve Graham was a frank and
candid opinion on the subject, anil the
man is above being suspected to deceive or lend astray. With Ibe trunk
roads sliil undergoverii'l'nent control, a
a municipality could far better tell
where aud what roads, bridges, &e,„
to do, nnil would admittedly lie able to
do them niiic|t cheaper than a concern
from Viol oi'ia, working through a
number of individuals. There might
bo better satisfaction given than now,
when, no sooner a road is made by the
Government, than all ibe settlers are
dissatisfied with it, and when roads arc,
changed at the caprice of one or two
individuals to I be discomfort of one or
two dozen,, With such direct over-
siglil, such saving in work, such direct
ciiiilroi over the work, laxes, and affairs generally, it is evident to anyone
free from prejudice and bigotry, that a
municipality is a distinct step forward
iu the'inarch of progress. Of course
"Anti"should not forgot that this is
election year when bo speaks of appropriations; it might explain some tilings,
lint. I am persuaded that a municipality could un as much work and to more
advantage with the amount of taxes
raised here, as Ibe Government is doing ou the average year. Let "Anti"
prnve otherwise. I do not think there
is anything calling fur sarcasm or reproach in lb'1 borrowing of $500 by the
Spaliumclieen Council. Does "Anti"
know that the Government borrowed
$1,000,000 lately and used $210,000 of it
for carrying on the work nf the country, and the loan won't be paid In three
months either;-' 1 apologise fur taking
up so much of your space. Yours, fa„
" ■' ' O.
A TALE WITH" A JttUUL,
To the editor of Till'. AiiVANiiB:
Hut -The siege of Paris furnished the
foundation for many a strange story,
but none more singular than the manner in which a Frenchman and bis dog
pulled through Ihe last few days of the
siege, Having devoured everything iu
sight, nothing remained bul to kill and
eat the dog. This il. seemed Cruel to tin
for the man loved his dog very much,
AfteMlesitatiug therefor for som,^
time, an inspiration came lo liini
whereby both himself and bis dug
might be saved. ! And to this end oacfi
day saw the dog minus one joint of its
tall, off which tne man ale the meat
giving the bone t'd the dog. Now Sir,
it seems to mo.' that a moral "iiu bo
pointed from this story to tho two contesting parties in the provincial'i'lection
now taking place in this riding. The
govcrniiH el iparty by organizing large
' tifliii'liliiil connuillii':: nil! cutting
oil'joint after joint of till'' opposition
tall, eating the meat and leaving the
bone lo the tin;;, This is generous on
the part of th$ government parly as
the bone obviously belongs to Ibe opposition, the opposition being Hie parly
baying the bond to, pick, ai.nl hereon
hangs no tail, for if the opposition
party do nol become innri' alivo, at the
hill and of the contest they will find
their Influence greatly citr-f-tilled,
Voitis truly, Tailings,
Fairview, D. 0. June 1,1894.
|A man who makes jokes of tills kind
should he hounded out of iho camp,-
Li).!
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TICTON
RBER, Prop.
at
Pleasantly Sitdoil a} tlie Foot of Okanagan Laku.
Hi
Siiioi: Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points, jn
Washington,
All
Guii
ICS dliC
ngements made for providing
Outfits for jHunting Parties.
Giflil Boating mi Fishing.   Row Boats and Sail Yachts fop Hire.
Jill
GrOEMTS-  BOtTTH
will leave Penticton 7 a. ni. every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, arriving at Fairview 1 p. m., and Oro, Washington,
the, same evening,
will leave Oro, Washington, 7 a, rn., Mi)|)days, Wednesdays
and Fridays, reaching Fairview at 11 a. m., conntjctjng with
SS. Aberdeen and S. & O. and C. P. flai)ways;
Aaron Johnson, F?op.
COLDSTREAM
»TEL
VERNON, B,Q.
OPI'OSITH TO KAjLWAY DEPOT,
He.   C   MC tr r^. X, XS u.   Fropvietor.
EST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CHIP,
GOQD STABLING.
TERMS - FROM    $1.00 - PER - DAY - UPWARDS.
KANAGAN
Saw Mill
Kelowna, R C.
A Large Stock of All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber,
of Superior Quality, Thoroughly Seasoned, Constantly on Hand.
Hill  fi-fc-mff a,
3f»ociea,3.'ty.
Dx-tl.t33.-B   Pro.
ptly Filled..
Lath, Shingles, Sash and Doofs-
Goods Delivered at Okanagan Falls at Reasonable  Rates.
LEON LEQUIME, Proprietor.    • ly
BELL BROS
Impobtebs and Manufacturers of All Kinds of
'URNITURE
Upholstered Goods, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oil Cloths, Table Covers, Curtail,
Down Quilts, Window Shades,
Baby Carriages, k, k.
PICTURE FRAMING AND REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
CAMPBELL BROS.
6mo
VERNON, B. C.
J-
THESON
MERCHANT TAILOR
Stock complety.   Extra Rood quality and
value in till tbe latest patterns fiu;
w
id
%
1 Hen!. Trimmings, Good If it and Good
I'kniiiiiflltlp.
Satisfaction.  ^ ^'ial Will
1 cuu give
('nnviiici   '
BARNARD AVENUI
VERNON, B.
Qltll'H    ,
W.JARMSTRONG
■V-EHSTOKT,  B.C.
P. O. Boz,137.
HARDWARE, TIN ANP ST0YB1AN.
Stoves, Ranges and Heaters of all Kinds
Agricultural Machinery.
g
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O
0
Rifles and Shot Guns.
Force and Lift Pumps.   Iron   Piping.
General J0T3T3in.gr  Shop ix*
ATI I-fcs Branoh.es.
W. J, ARMSTRONG,
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vernon mm B1W1Y
R. OCHSNER, PROPRIETOR.
First Lap Beer Brewery in B, C,
m  ><—■
1
M Keep Money in the Province by Patronizing' Home Industry.
I
W  x	
i
§$ Orders Frqm All Part§ Promptly Filled,
m
i
W. F. CAMERON
Imporloii and Inealer In
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
A Full Ass rtment of Groceries Always in Stock,
Boots and Shoes.        Hats and Caps,
Pry Qqocjs and Clothing.
Jixs-fc ) [ X'islxin.ir,
■   -"  " j.    A Large Variety    J    	
Opened  j [ Tackje.
(SteeleBros.&co.) GABDEN SE|DS !Ferry*ftt
Cash Discount of 5 per cent, on Dry Goods and Men's,
Furnishings.   Orders Promptly Attended to.
W. F. CAMERON,
VEItNON, $ C.
 77" .'. ':r.i.".".,,,^'-',^.gv-~'»i-f-*i«—
KEXicrwigrA   $   #
The GARDEN TOWN of B. C, and the natural
Shipping and Distributing point far thp famous!
%
$
%
•
This new town affords the hest and safest investments to be found to IJritish Columbia.
The smallest size being 5br\120 feet,
TOWn LrOtS witn 10° fcet venues n^i 20 feet
lanes.  Acre blocks frc^ui 5 Acres upwards.
yfi» PBICE8 APPLY TO
DQNALD & SUTHERLAND,
ly AGENTS. KELOWNA.
"735*"
BOUNDARY HOTEL
BOUNDAKY CltEEK. KETTLE MVBI^
Firat Class Accommodation.   Gnnd Stabling,  Tcrm,HWs of Stage Line
from Marcus, Washington,
T. McAULEY   :  :   ;   :    Proprietor,
HoTgL Kalemalka
■~~^»" 1
VERNON, B. C,
THE LEADING HOTEL OF THE INTERIOR.
Every Modern Convenience for Permanent and Trans-,
ient Guests.
W. J. MEAKIN, Proprietor.
(Formerly of tlm Morcluuita' Exchange, Vancouver.)
IIOUNDARY'tHTY »AW HU-L
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on hand at Reasonable Prices.
I.QCX'Ci.^.xn.o  &  Fo-vveM,   JF"*"o;iMr*.etiom"»-
—-z*—  9EB
ILA-TSKL'S   HORN   IfOTEI,.
LUMBY, B. C.
First-Class Accommodation for Guests.                  Good Hunting and Fishing,
Stages to Vernon and Blue Springs.     '" 	
Louis Morand, Prop.

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