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Vol. IX, No. 13.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JULY 25, 1898.
$2.00 per Year.
td W, JAKES, M. D..C.M,
' UY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      I      :      I      GREENWOOD CITY
iERALD WILLIAMS, Nl, D., CM.
Yl.liNON, II. C.
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St. Thomas Hospital,
laiai.iaa, UNO.
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QR. WHITE,
Graduate of McGill University.
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
J
P. McLEOD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
Midway, D. C.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
" BARRISTER AND SOLIOITOR
Of the Supreme Com t of B.C.
NOTARY   PUBLIC,  ETC.
Vhi.non, 11. C.
J   MO^l-ITH
|ary PuIiHg, otc,
FAIltVlla'"- ti. C
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BaimisTF.R AND SOLICITOR,
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H    ADRIAN  MEYER,
Minimi Broker,
Notary Public, Etc
H.iliNMiii A' a., Viuimin. II- f-
I    'A. JOHNSON,
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Oonoral Collecting an.]   i..-*.* * - -   :-■■
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M sell at prices to suit the
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7\    WE ARE AQENTS FOR McCLARY'S FAHOUS STOVES,     ;.  j
7 \nr.  T1   ("*w««a«J  8. -Tn.
*i     KETTLE Rl      ' KININfl IIVI ION. «hlch inspitcd iheuiigry excliinintlnn
v.,.- iiii nil.aii il.aini Mr. Jl nil ill's winds
Records for   '               Ending July mieh: uell'hnve been forgotton,
19th, 1898. In  private Mr,   .Martin prophesied
mini-:!,' ... "av; n.'-a. llial 11 cerlnln cause would produce  a
j,,| y 1 | eerlulli e|Ve. t, anil in pul.lie  Sir  .liihn
01.1 Bird, Lnngl,.kc camp, W. L. C, AhU.ltnii-1 other Oonservate leaders
.a,h,,1    nn    niiiu'Xiillnnl    uiiinifesln.
onli 11, .                          , ,     ,
n ,,| Ilea,     la     *l.-al    Wi'llllll    llf    pill'IV
Olileun, Ceilu,  creek,  I.. 11, Biilille ''' 'I'1'"1 "' '''  Mni>*"l I'V the rontlntIhI
, ,   ,. ,. .'.nil dlllgenl     misuse      ..I    .Tnippn
|               i     .,*! .11.11.111,1,11.* and MnHin'" Private suggesllons  ihal   ly
,.  ,     | i imny nnd iiinnnplv  might Iiinke an-
Ramlolph.'ceder creek. D.H. Biildle i."X.itimil«l« of lhe loyal  citizens of
,„'. .1    H Muniloha.
II rkeley, Ceiliir creek,   D, II. Biildle  *,—
"7''''?"_'        ,-       ,.   i  ,,- Terms of Capltuloflon.
Moiinlnln li miner, Galivnnl reek, !'. ,.,.,.
|,b tofti.i' ilnghn.n. IV lernis upon  which  Maun  s„r-
Nellie K.,frurtinnnl. llendiv .'amp,  '""derrd lllc prnvlm f Smilblgn in
H.S  Edwards nn.l,I, IV. Puwell fill.,,   m  lhe  United   Slates  are   as
Qln.i.   ■'„■::   Wellington    .an,.,.,   .1. follows, the nrlIdes  nine ill numher
having been  agreed   lo  liy  lhe six
/.-a
W. T. Shatford & Co.
iview, Camp McKinney, Vernon   and  Slocan City,
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. - - MILLS AT VERNON, li. C. - - -
■msrfl Bug ■-—
MANUFAC TUREI^S OF HIGH GRADE FLO! '!■'
Hungarian, Three Star, Strong Bakers, Superfine.
All produced by the cabbrated   j ■■:   *     PI - ijifj if sys    i
Try so   \ m I by tha on ' ? nni! .' ni! In tft Prav 10;
....WHOLE WHEAT FLOI 11  A  SPECIALTY....
See That Each Sack Is Itarl :
. •:   D   '; iVil H    ]f|   I H     fr -':■■-    "   V.   '    "
■'-, .-;,   t ,   ..:: ,  ■■■ ..,   illl .   -2  oil.-   I,    - ■*   II, li  II.   Ji
Mulliitaii,
Conimiiuder,     friictinniil,    Copper
eamp, I. 11- Hi Hell
Falcon, fraclionul, I'nil ral cninp, T. j
II.".   a.
rninuiissliini'i's appuiiited, three on
lai.-h side, lo represent the two
Icinintries.     Before   General   Toral,
ll.iwever, would consenl   lo ul.ide  liy
(£'iie'inl Shaffer.  Ceulral camp, T. I'h" '('™tsof cnpilulalinn the necessary
., snnellnnJ.wns received  hy  him direct
Philadelphia,    Central    camp, E.   f|,,,m >l,"lril1' ,
,. ,. Ihc urlielesdeclare;
"uiue Bird, Bouudury  M ain, T. i   ••,''i,"',   That all hoslilitiesshall cease
f!„dy nud T. Klepliens. '"•'"'",-    ""'    iW'"1'1"""1     "'    N""1
pORBES M. KERBY, P.US.,
A.M.C.8.C.E.,
ENGINEER  ftft SURVEYOR
Not.uiy taaa.i". M dway, ILC^
Bifikaris, Ben-smtui & Co.
SIIDVAV B.C.
REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL
AGENTS.
MINING BROKERS.
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT IMS
JOHN -'V. CORYELL, A.M., B,C.A,
Civil Brieineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN-
Ii*rlitnUon Projects, Englnocrlniv and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of tbo Province Immediately Attended to,
Haps nnd Plans of Any Portion of 0 oyoos
Dlstriot and Mining Camps of Kettle Ri\ n
Hlnlns Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
0, A, III aaa. M. A, H. A.Ql ,- I, M, A,
GUESS BROS.
Chemists ami Assay
Tl onghly  lamlllar  Willi   falrvl     and
Umin hay i'i. .'k Mini i '1 Propurtl .rt,   Pro]  i
tins Kxamlnod. A-aya uml Analym   ol I
I'lli'la, EtO,
oaaaxwoon, u. o,
M. IlllillKT'l. 0.T.1I0 .0 .
BOUNDARY  OnMKK
EnglneeriHg and Assaying Co,
Greenwood City, B, C.
Assaying' and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported  on
TlioroiiRli Aci|ii,aiiitiiiicc villi the Kettle
Ulvcr ami Itnuiulnr.v Orccll Minliif?
Dlstriot.
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stv.i Sportsmen,
% Terminus of stage
:•,   lines rrom-
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ft: W.C. HAYWOOD W L. LEONARD, gf
ft Pro] rieti rs, Pentioton, B, C.
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« llour h is iia   name ..I  I - :" ■  iln   !
all-round Hour on the m trket, tr il    i I i, iu v:" not nsi   otln
b    ids,   (Iur shan li ild< rsjjrovi the whe it ind ivi ;  in I the
(lour with the latesl ■   ' •   '"" [ machii    ;
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nAKRRS  ;        0    i1   '      ■ R   :v-:-
"O, K,,"     I to he Ind ii n ; '" il i        tictr.n
to ■ in enw od Ci
: j ■       :        lills I     I  '      ': td
ArmRtron*', ii  C.
"HS",Skylark rump, fi. Beardsle.y.
Josephine, Kellle river, l„ Onel-
letl.c.
J. hu Gilpin, I'nnyoii Creek, ,1. II.
Reilie nnd II. A, llnywooil.
Hi laelava, Cnu; m cieek, I.II. Reilie
and H. A, Unyw I.
Ililau.l   Mary,   Cedar creak.  .1.   li,
Reilie and J. Lundy.
-in.v 1!.'.
Ailiinn, Pioviili'iire fiiuiji, T. llnhie.
f)ul li... VVallnce cnmp J.Gillan.
Vi.'tiirla, Wnltace camp, ,1, P.
i'i keaiidJ.G-illiiu,
3 II ..-a. a |i, Wesl .' ;;.>'I* UlllU|l, .1.
■ :■  lm rkeiiuil .1. Oilluii.
Osford, IVaaiiiiual, Ij-mg Like camp,
,    , I aa.
, ,.,: III'lCA'PIW DP tt'HKK,
jl  .v 12.
Burrow, ,1. B, Descusiers el ill,
a. ...-a;...   p. J,   !>■;:,     lly i'l   111.
i Hnli in, II. la- UriiHKtiuiiet al.
, ! iliu ■   ill a i. ta Ial..a.
Su  a    „.. :'..!. Deriii'.iiy el ill.
i .... .   J, Derini.ily el ul.
Ap a. P, J, Deriniul) el ill,
: .',.-!,.a ,la -k, 11. Nusll,
:, . ■ ,|a;, U, VV  Ituiuherger,
JULY I I
Rulhj Bell, W.T. Sinilh el al.
JULY li
[I , kl;, ('. N'eiviniiti el ul.
:.:- Plate, i . i ,-u-rsiiii, el ill.
JULY 15
S| aaa'ilalc.  p.. T. Wickwire and  15.
C. I irsill,
Miiuchester, P. W. M.l, -an and I!
II, :„    i inn.
JULY Hi
p. lenn, M, Onrlaml el ill.
(Iold Bu ..1. P, Kelly.
JULY 18
Jlaiy K.. I'-.i- O'UiiRhlln.
N ,,:;,,!. [IoiikIiis.
TKANSl I'RS.
.11 ',Y 12
Nellie.) inleresi, N.'i'lmll and ,1. W.
(ji-edenlii II. II. McLaren and VV, li.
McMynn.
Mnj ', i rest,  N. Tholl ami .1. W.
Ol   lento i*. li. Mc I,aien -.nil  W. 0.
McMynn,
JULY 1.1
Weill ot' ni I i.i iuieresl, W. .1.
|| i i to,I, A, McDiinald.
i,   HI ,,i, i  N i. i. i IS Interest,   W.
J, Harris li  .1   '   Mel), an i,
,11 LY I!
Nickle Plnle, 1 inlerest, ,1.  Pelersun
,   mam.
M nne,.', Iul 'i'i <M M   W, II- ' J"
W. I'. P. lei
Oltsprlntt. Ifrii.'lloiinl) nil inleiesl, I,    Orange   Red and YcIIoh
enpii uin liun,
•'Second -That Ihc cn pi I illation in-
eludi's all the Spanish forces nnd Ihe
surrender of all war material within
the prescrlhed limits.
"Third- Tin* Iriinspnrtatlonof troops
to Spain at the enrliesl, pussilile
tnonieiit, ench fnrce lo he enilmrkeil at
lhe neari'sl pnrt.
"Eourih—Tlml the Spanish officers
shall retain their side firms, and Ihe
enlis'ed men iheir personal property.
"Fifth Thai lifter the final capitulation lhe Spanish fnrces shall assial in
llieiemoval of all obstructions to nn ligation in Saiitii'igo hurl.iir.
"Sixth—Thnl after tin* final capitulation ihe rnnitnandinp' ollicer shall
Furnish n cntuplele inventory nf all
anus and inutiltinns nf war, and a
tosi.'i'of all the soldiers in the districl,
"Seventh—That the Spanish general
shall he permilled Inlake Ihe tnililiiry
archives anil llie records with him.
"lvrluli -Thai nil (•lierillns nnd
Spiuiish u'retrnlai's.ihall he pertnitled
lo raiiaun in Culm, if they su elecl, *.;iv
inc. n parole thnl they will nol Inke up
iirins .-laaiiaai the United Slates unless
lirnperly released from parole.
"Ninlh Thai ihe Spanish fnrees
shnl) he permitted to inarch oul "iih
all the honor of wnr, depositing llieir
nrois In he dispfised of hy the United
Siai.'s in ihe future, the American
I'l.iiiiiussi.mers lo lecoinineiul lo their
j.-overnin.'iil, lhat the arms nf the
soldiers hi* returned In those who
hravelv defend.al thein."
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It
(letting Near The Truth.
.'     , .1 iienl   i i ., i. is i cell In*
    que .lion ..-I., nhelher
pli        liitfaviircd ullli a ill in,
,  , , ., :t.,u    l 'fe| i iug   In
lion pills  111 all.a    ill   this
',.   ■:   tin."    wii ai     Maultllllll   waa
und a Sir ,1 din A,  Mai dnii
, ■ i.pl lo maintain llie (', P.  II
ij  ,   .a   thnt   proi luce,    .1" . ph
isk,.B.C.. on the main       eof Ii-avi 1   Mh llu, then Atlorney (leiu'inl in tin*
hetween   Puil-i Ion nn.l    I llnund.iry Creak p. it        Sloppl '    '       r" '   l!'"] "'''   "
plan   !'
Colors Anil How Produced.
For the  h.'ii.'lil   of those  who nt
sometime may he called upon toselect
a color for the painting of a house or
something else, and  who   have   no
knowledge of how the different shinies
may he produced hy the Mantling of
colors,    the    Following     is     given.
'lo produce
Brown-Blend Red and Black together
Bright Brown -Carmine, Yellow and
Black
Rose   Lake and White
Olicslnul   Whiteand Brown
Pi ; pic   Cai'iiiiui' and Blue
Load Color   While and Black
Pearl    Hlue nud Lead Color
Pink    While nml I'aniline
French White   Purple and White
Oreeli   Blue and Yellow
Pea III ii   (irii'ii nud While
Hark Clrecn   Uracil nnd Black
Bronze tlreen- Bronze    Blue   and
Yellow
and
E  HOT]
Flesh    Color   White     Lake
Vermillion
Olive   Bed, Hlue, Black nnd  Yellow
Bull   Yellow, While,nnl Iled
Vui'llliliull   I aniline uud Yellow
1 iv .a, Ier Carniliiu,     Ultramarine
and White
s,;. Him-   While and Ultramarine
Uinher   Willi**,   Yellow,   Red   und
Black
Use \\ hite In produce Lighl  Tints
nn.l Blni'l to produce Hark.
♦
It k. Confirmed.
The reporl thai the Spokane Fulls
ii I Northern railway has passed under
nli r cnnliiil,   haa   lieen coulli'ltied,
I   S UNO   -   ■■       >
... -, , .
VIcCUA G S  LAP    ' .., I ropribtous.
le conversation llml if his people I (Bi* »ulli<u'ity heing none ulher than
did not |     |u    i     the)- uould nil he ! i-v,,.,;.!,..,!    Mi Hon  of lhe   .Northern
:    who aid llml lhe road had nol
iivot :   ivere nol pari of H  heen jittrchased hy  Ilis conipiiny  but
licullerance,   Such  words mighi  hy the Greal   Northern, and that J,
M r heen left   an- Iil,   hul  so Pierpnnl Morgan & Co,, acted asagonts
llnil i nihellish pri- foi Mr, .I..I. Uill, in the mallei' of the
Tl.'    tyranny  pun hase.
m tub advance!
Miiiway. B.C.. .1 iily25,181)8.
on* OTTAWA   LETTER,    J with the guidance of its affairs may lie . * ^ a,^,<, a * a
■ | rolled upon I" follow more closely than /V¥W^WWV
did their predecessors lh" inherent j Ji*
Ottawa, July I5th, 1898. principles of nrerant dav Liberalism. %    i.ilH.Y.i.1 It. iha (tai*tifi'i  D*i,!«it
Thk .max nun ,k o'bdnes-1 The Future   looks   verv bright for <    V"a»^/ ^ «*"© Marling rOlUt
THE ADVANCE.
VV. i!, N'OUUIH HltorBIKTOtt
PubUibad  weekly  at Midwny, H. C,
BulrfcripiioD Priuo, (2.00 per iinnuin. payable
in advance, either yearly or half-yoai'ly al the
option of the Kulwcriner.
Advertising Kates sonl on application.
Though tho columns of Tub Advance are
pubK& iioftnoUcc' 1,,rI1 favoring tlio Moplo Lwif Conner* .'upun iu make even grot ter odvan
norwarllyendorHo any of tho opinion;-, expressed, vnlivfl  < luh of  Winnipeg   wilh  his hi tho next five veal's than she hus in
Corrnspondoiioeofa personal nature will not be
publlhod-
Here.
iticetlial  Mr. Niclolos Flood Davln i British Columbia and in  the bandsof
Is home again from the east und  has her new governors she uiny  he relied
llin CLOSER YOU LOOK THE BETTER I LIKE IT
: :    A .'I'liaa ill tllia BDUCO lll.ll-
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: :io lliia paper I.a* oxplrod,
MONDAY, JULY 25, IH .
EDITORIAL  NOTES,
views on the political situation.    Ac- the past,
cording to the press reports h tide     The official announcenienl  by the
j tlio iikiiuI reckless charges of cbrrujit- Duke of Norfolk, tho  Imperial  Post-
:   lou and extravagance bul failed to toll j maatur General, thai tho proposal of
:   of the long weary sessionsol the Public tho Dominion Goveriiinenl   to reduce
\'..n.nta   Committee   when   every | Imporial postage to it  penny re one
;:   possible item was scrutinized  by the hall'ounce has I n adopted  will  be
Opposition, witnesses broughtfi Far j hailed wilh satisfaction by all Canad-
=i and near, and Investigation hud Into funs irrespective of party, ll will
I tbe expenditure of every depai'ltn. llt, now he iu order for Mr, Fosler and his
imt, wilhoul discovering the slightest  followers to apolngtee to PoHtmaster
  evidence of corruption or miss-use of Geueral Mulock for iheir luisoeiiilngly
public money,    There was unfiling ridicule, and to admit after all ho
particularly Hew in his rehash of the knew whal he was nlioul   when he
history of the Yulton Hallway Bill, nol undertook to obtain this boon for 11
Wilh Ihe   Hawaiian  Islands,   lie oven {ho iiiis-stntcineiitthatan attempt Empire,
Philliptne islands. Culm and   Porto was made to bribe the Members (by notsb.—Tho action of lhe Govern-
Rico the United Stales ivill have so the offer  of n double sessional In- menl in not .lying lhe ('. P. I!,,  thai
lllllell lu look lll'lel thill .'-lie will  .1 I.ilII
don her old lime recreation of twisting
amity),    into    passinf
lle
the lion's Inil,
(icininny is very niuch inclined In
thrust, her lingers into lhe Phllllplne
pie, hut evidently she is playing a
chary gain.• for she does not feel al all
certain how England would regard her
interference with Ihe United States
plans and operations.
With England faynrahle to Hi"
policy of the Uuiled Stales the power
of Germany would lie very much mure
than neutralized, should she endeavour
to prevent Ihe Philllplnes being laken
possession of hy Ihe former power.
Thai-England will favor lhe United
States holding the islands cannot he
doubted, fnr such a course would he
entirely in accord with England'desire
to see Ihe United Slates in possession
of colonial dependencies, lor with such
lhe Republic would Income more
vulnerable, and Iherefore more in need
of a powerful ally, whose inleresls nre
becoming dally more and more indent I
finl with her own.
4-
We are given to understand lint Ihe
Superintendent of Roads for this dlslrlcl hns nt his command several
thousand dollars, which was voted to
definy the cost of nny work necessary
In he dune, other Ihnn Ihul for which
special appropriations were  uiaile a
tneasiiro.  This lie originated in  the
local Conservative paper here  hut it
they will be held responsible for lh"
payment of all just claims for wages
by workmen on the Crow's Nest Rnil-
remalned for Mr. Davin lo give it a WRy| (U]d .,,,„  ,_,„, ,mim|1|t ()|, sl|1.h
semblance of respectability by making eIai|ns w)  „, loM ,„,,, „f lh(:
it his own..
His cheap challenge to the Govern'
ment to appeal to tho couulry against
Call around and examine my new consignment
nf Shoes in lilack and tan.
Ladies Dongola Button
McKay last, flexible sole, chocolate color,
a beautiful shoe, in*.st dealers would ask
yon $3.50 for this, My PltlCE is $2.75.
Ladies Dongola Kid Oxford
McKay last, flexible sole, chocolate color, a
very nobby shoe which you can have for $2.25
Also a Nice Link op
the Senale will he laken for what it is
worth liy the intelligent politlcans of
Manitoba.
AN     UNWOHTIIY     REFERENCE.—The
choice epithets applied by Jlr. Davin
tothe Members of the Government
may lie passed over, for thev carry no
weight wilh intelligent electors.
Proceeding, without ids ability to
produce proof, Mr. Davin sought to
take advantage of tho popular sentiment, and very proper Indignation
aroused by tho Crow's Nest Railway
scandal to misrepresent the facia in
llml lamentable affair, ill* talksahoul
the failure of the Govi fitment I" bring
Ihe guilty parties lo justice, declaring
that "lhe Depnrtnientsnre steeped in
inefficiency," though he knew full well
Ihul from the moment the allegations
of wrong doing on lhe part of the
Contractors reached the Government
steps were taken to investigate, lhat
oni! Commission hatl already report- ;i
fully thereon and no exception has
been taken to tbe tbrmiglmess r"
work, and (hat as a result, one of the
most eminent  criminal   lawyers   in j
suhsiily until lhe claimants are satis-
lii'il is further evidence that justice
will he done, and the wrongs of the
injured men redressed.
Once again hns nature been prodigal
in her benefits, and unless exceptionally unfavorable conditions arise dur-
the next few weeks, the crops, not
only, through tlie great prairie
stretches, hul in the older Provinces
nf Ontario and Quebec, will equal, if
lhey do nol exceed, lhe harvest ol'
nny fnnner year. No wonder that
Canadians believe in their country
wilh such present conditions and
Future prospects,
Pushing The Work Along,
The Trail Creek News says the construction of the Columbian k, West-
em railway from Rohson to Midway is
well uniler way. The completion of
tlle tote road lo Cascade City, over
which supplies will he hauled, is the
only hindrance. When lhat is finished
the Force of men will he increased until
ft numbers 11,000 or more. At present
the principal operations center around
Brooklyn and   on  the  right of way
yn nnil Robsi
ve been   en
Little Shoes for Little Feet.
Bring your shoes around and have buttons put on Ihei
l'TllSl! Ill" CHAIIOK.
icol,   =    Midway.
/fit
terior, llie Minister
Governuienl as a body are publicly
pledged, individually und collectively
lo sift this matter tn Iii" bottom and
bring tlie offenders, he lhey whom I hey
may lo jusl ice. Mr. Bavin knew all
thia, and it is Iherefore uol easy to And
words wilh which 1,1 characterize lhe
deliberate attempt ofa puhlic man lo
play ii)ion 1 hesyui|.nlilies and credulity
of his audience in the matter, lhe very
nature of which should have removed
il From the questionable influence of
the political arena,
Perchnnce some apology is due for
occupying so much space with the
utterance nf Ibis gentleman, possibly
his tlietnrlciil effusions carry tm more
weight in his adopted Province than
llievdo down  here  kill   as  lliere is.
d.   and
. the grade is plainly discerned along
shown hv the estimates pussed hy the j< •l»'»l;i ''as been charg loinplete (1h, (>;,llk..;,,,* ll;t. lvM,ll(S Columbia,
legislature.   If such Is wise ive would <*■■" invostigutioi  tne spot.    Iia"
suggest Ihul sou llli.' money c.iuiil  Premier himself, the  Minister of In
In*spent lo advaiitng" upon ilm improvement nf the road which runs up
the main Kellle river above Hock
Creek,nud furnishes only a very rough
and Imperfect coiiiininiinicnlion lo the
several mining camps which, the more
the properties in them nre prospected,
show themselves worthy of the en-
chanced attention now being given
thein hv the grent number of prospectors and investors who are constantly
and in increasing nnniheis pushing
their W«J', over 10uny obstacles, inlo
llnil very promising region which
surrounds ami is tributary lo the wesl
foil, of Kellle   river.       For   JUKI.   SUl'll
wnrk as this nnd the iuipriivemeiil of
the road between Heck Oris k  am! the
Anar.'hiai    mountain' sel11 ni, we
suppuse lhe money was appropriated,
e^it^f
a nd as these roads are badly in need of I unfortunately, considerable llkelil d
linproveiueiil.it Is to I..- I d some that this Is not tho lasl  time lie will
nl 1 nil inn will he paid to ihem as soon
ns possible,
. 1- • -« -
Klondike (iold.
II   is estimated   Ihal   as   niuch  ns
$0,000,000 was   hi gill down on   the
steamer SI. Paul wliieli 11 few days
ago arrived at San Francisco From Sl.
Michael in Alaska. Among the
passengers on theSt, Paul were loauv
returning minors nnd I he con,-, n.sus of
opinion among thein was to ihe effecl
thai ia is useless I'..]' men lo go   lo   the
Klondyke regloi I   expei'ti	
slak it claims, Foi .he   na,...  reason
Ihal nil thegroilii I has been located.
Tl d\   way to a. cure a claim   now
on any of the principal streams in the
i Hutu  KI lyke   region    ia  hi
purchase,
, 144
In Conference.
In  aecnrilnnce   with   an   invitation
fi- Mr. r, A, Semlin, lbe Leader ..I
lb,- party, the no.vly eleeled member
ilm defeated candidates and  delegations from tie- elect ion  1 lillees Iu
hoth the Island and Mainland eon-
sl it Honors nmt in Vancouver on ihe
20th, lo confer oil matters connected
with the interests of  the  parly.     All
lhe members elect.'ll by 111.' Opposition
11 the Lrgl«littnre were presenl exeepl
M.-sis.   Green,     Macpherson    ami
Klnehant,    who    wen nvoidanly
ali-enl.
The gathering wns on" of thp mosl
Chinese no Llkee,
Befure the Full Court, will) Justice
Walkein, McCulland Irving present, a
few dnys ngo lbe appeal in llu* case ol
Bryden v lhe Union Oolliery Company
ivas presented. The appeal was taken
IV..10 ilm jildgi'itii'iil, of Mr. Justice
Drake, bill ivns nnl siislnlned, the Kull    *"^: ' **.-.,
C, l,Cl    COIU'lU'l.lae    ill    .lll-aiee    Ilia.1,,a '■_fci*\T:l,
decision and [hereby   esliililishinja   the ;' )*'*,_.„	
constitutionality of tin.  Coal!  Mines; j.'-.j    ......
Regulation A.-i., or I hut  poition "f it ; if  ) '-'ft
which   piohibils   the   employment   oi, ft. -I '■■[$JL
Chinese iinileiground.    The .aninpanv i-'iwh-ft'.
'       Bos**   -- -  - ,-■ •
is/jivfii leave In n|i|ii'-'il   lu  Um-   privy    jg^i^
(■nuiH.il, and it. is quile likely tli"
lie iluin', iis; Lliu eiiSL1 is  ceii
line.
- - HARDWARE
Chambers & Co. Ver
Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware.
PAINTS,   OILS, STOVES, TINWARE  etc.
-: Jobbing1 Tinsmiths and Plumbers :-
a9»99S-*»»9»»9»*S*»Si*»»»»»99»»*9W»i>9iJ9(j.
2    nrtPTUI TKir fliCI    w'Ui "*■ •«• estliniiU's una   <S[.
IS, ny-'Li U-t-Hi- UITU,   '.king the lead everywhere,    K
ns.msm^essse^m^mmu^immi.im(i^
We solicit the patronage of the puhlic, ancl tjust hy fair dealing, and right prices, to merit your confidence.
"™*/*T*'**s* "
JVIa.il orders rzceiVe our prompt atter\i:ior\.
*,£*
iklW*.».riji'isj|j.»*
ftsT
11  test
(Tend, il mny he thnl a useful purpose
will he served by giving this much attention to his observations,
.1111. Illll.IVII'.'s appointment.—The
appointment of William Ogilvle in succession to Major Walsh as head "f the
Yukon administration has been received willi an unbroken chorus of
approval throughout lhe counlry.
Some there are who endeavor (0
minimi:'..' I he elfecl   of an   excellent ll
selection i.y Impugning the motives of
the floverninenl and dcclnrlnir Ihul |
|,hcappointment was Forced by lhe
aliened wrong-doings of subordinate
officials, Aa il happens. Mr. Oglivie
v,a 1 c|. . a '...ine lime before nny of
the e 1 tones nere pul into circulation,
nnd how much nr how Utile weigh!
iin'. have had wilh the Governmenl
may he judged From the fact thnl
prominent among tlie new adllllnis-
Iralnr's advisors ia ..nc inan ai leasl
wlio vas signalled out lie attack by
the inventors ol'tlie aforesaid stories.
This ret rgailtation has evidently heen
ciniili "led on exactly the snme
prin. i| Ies ns Illl previous acts of the
Government in the sum nnection,
namely,   lhe    selection   of   the    best
available men for the work lo bo entrusted to them,
uiii'i'inii nit.uMiilA in i.ini:. The re.
soil nflhe local elections in British
Columbia has made il unanimous; for
the Iirsl time since Confederation, the
entire country from ocean lo ncean is
in the'hnnds of the followers of sound,
economic,   progressive   government.
Iiarinonliis ever held  by  members of ecnnnn
theOpposllIon party, and useless is ii | While old line politics arenolclosely
tossy Ihal   much  business nf great 1 followed in the Pacilic Province, sliil
moment to the party was transuded, j the nun , ilu. will now he entrusted, homeward rate,
liyperlal Penny Postage.
A timely fllustrallon ni iln* piesenl
English feeling Inwards America is lu
he found iii ilie suggestion that the
Imperial penny postage just secured
should he extended to Include lhe
Stales, so llial. n half-Olmec letter
might pass from any one pari nf
Anglo-Saxony to nny nther Fnr2 cents.
Though so quietly accomplished this
Imperial penny postage scheme will
proliiihly live in hislury us nne of Mi.
Chainheeluln's great achievements ia
Imperial politics. Km* 11 dozen orinore
years I his scheme oF cmiimou p..slue,-
with tiie Empire bus heen agitated in
vain, hulh here and in lhe colonies,
nSi'ialilotn. the Ireusury
nud ;•..-! Cflce,opposed the change nnd
pei.iar.eol officialdom i'l generally
powerful enough to kill anything In
England. There is indeed only one
living uiiin who imn coei'.-e perinuiieiil
nlllcliildoiii and ihal iiiiii is Mr.
Cliiiniherliiln, nml Canada, having
given lhe necessary lead iu this posl
a,;.* unit ter recently in the mailer of
the German and Belulan treaties, he
has accomplished this nun. The
oflleiuls carried their opposll Ion lo incredible lengths. One dny Iheir alii-
Huh' in lhe Imperial conference which
has been in session was almost
mutinous hut he stood his ground nnd
in a few weeks the Queen's penny will
take ih.* place of llie presenl Iwnpence
half-penny, uud carry a hulf-niince lo
or from auv purl, nf LheUtllotl. Canada,
Newfoundland, Cape Colony. Nnln
1111,1 llie Crown colonies. The Australasian colonics pleaded lhe linunclnl
reason against a penny rale to England bill on the Iirsl of .hinunry 11 penny
oiitwnrd   rule   lo   Australasia    will
I slahllshed, leaving each colony to
iis own course  regarding   llie
Grand Prairie Hotel.
McLAREN Ul-JOS
GMND WM. HOTEL
Carson, B. C.
N direct route to the
Boundary Creek and
Colville Reservation
points.   .   .
-   Proprietors.
GREENWOOD
C].TI<-
Is 1 he Central Town and Supply Poiut of the Boundary
Cteok Mining Cumps.   From Ihis New Town roads
lead lo lhe
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skvi ark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lois are Selling Freely uud nre a Good Investment,
For Price of Lois nnd Other Information, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood Cily, Boundary Creek. B. 0.
Or Apply lo Agents,
C. E. Costerton, Vernon, li. C.
A. K. Stuart, Vancouver,  B. C
H dlDWAY, ti. 0„   -It'I.Y .25 WW.
TUB ADVANC1',
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
SOO PACIFIC ROUTE.
The Cheapest .
Qu ckest and
Shortest Route ||
0
Toronto, Montreal, Halifax,
Boston, New York and
All Eastern, European,
and Pacific Coast Points.
S.TR. ABERDEEN tavcs pen*
Melon daily, except Sunday, making con-
nin'ii.nis with trains ut Okanogan Landing for
.si.-nni.ma Junntlnn fo join main line ti-iiins
oust and west
What an Aggregation.
During llu* past, month we have
found out by carefully rending the
papers that lllis Provi: ce was full nf
pirates, thieves,.sand-baggers, roud
agents, horse thieves and liars. Most
nf Ihem were running for the legisla.
lure, nnd their despernti'lchuiacterwiis
now known until llie campaign commenced.-The Ledger.
Contract Let,
Tho contract for the widening of
the Columhia and Weslern to n
standard gauge between Bossland and
Trail was secured by llle linn of
Winters, Parsons iV Boomer, the
ligurebeing $70,000, Togelher with
the cost of furnishing and laying new
mils the sum to be expended by the
0, P, H, on this Improvement lo Iheir
railwny system will upproxiinntc"il2Jy
000, The contract just Icl calls lor lhe
completion of the work by the middle
of October, bo there is uot much time
to lose,
Through Ticknls In nnd frnni the Pncilic Const
to Eastern mul IGuroponn Points.
Equipment unsnrposaott, combining nnliiiiul
dining nnd slooplng curs, luxurious duy couches,
tourist and free colonist sleeping ears run on
■ all trains.
For Information as In lime, rules, etc., apply to
8. L. Smith,     D. R. McElntnn,
Agent, Penticton.  Agent, tlreenwuml, 11. 0,
Or to E, J. Coylo,
Disi. Puss'r Agent. Vancouvor
IXTXIsXittttH
Should carefully consider
the cost of material, and
by fInjuring, find out that
all kinds of
and Dressed wLiite,
Bough
Shingles, * Laths, * Etc.,
can be purchased nt tho
M Forks Sawil;
CHEAPER THAN
ANYWHERE ELSE.
-♦•»♦•>
1 tn tn tn tn tn tn x m y.- x x -x -x x m x -x -r. -x i
1 ,t   Tnr^rrnnri .,    j
$1 FIREWOOD $1
per load.
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G. K. Simpson, Prop.
S. A. MIR & CO.
(Succcshoi's to It. X, Tiiyior)
Chemists and Druggists
Vernon, B. C.
Keep a First-Class stoek of
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
nnd Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
—aivr.N to—
MAIL ORDERS.
Election Comments.
The Piovince says il is io a position
to announce definitely Ihul. Iheelection
uf Messrs. Turner, llehucken, Hull und
McPhillips in Victoria* Dunsinuir in
Oouiiix; Blierfs in Nurlli Viclorin;
Pooley and Bulleit in Elsquimult (providing n. recount befure the judge does
nut resull iii the return ot ihe opposition, candidates); nnd Booth in North
Victoria is to he protested, ln ull
Ihese constituencies lhe must scan
diibuis bribery wus practiced nud lliere
Is lillle dnuhl thnl the protesls Ihnt
have been decided upon will result, in
the unseating mil perhaps the disqualification of more ihan one ofllie government supporters,
TIIK ISLAND WUHK.
If I he Island had only done ils doty
half ns well ns ihe Mainland diil.it
would have been all righl, But perhaps it wus too much tu expect the Island to help turn the government out,
seeing lliiil ninney wns simply poured
nil over if and every influence of ibe
government brought to hear on the
people. Bui lhe Island vine will never
again be a dominating factoi*ln British
Columbia i lections. When Ihe new
Redistribution Bill is passed the Island
vill llnil ihnt one vine 011 the Island is
no heller (him one on the Mainland,
now rt wn.i, nu,
When ihe smoke ni battle clears
nwaylhegiiveiiuii 'i.l forces will ronslsl
of a cui porn I's guard nndn reputation
for dishunesfy thul slinks itt lbe nostrils of iininkind,
Tliere need I." no misunderstand Illg
ahuul the silunllun, .1. II. Tinner will
never again he premier of British Columbia, lie hnd his ch,nice nnd he
threw it away by allowing himself to
he mnde ihe lool nod plaything of almost every corrupt, influence known to
practical politics, lie und his sup-
purlers were nol elected in Victoria because lhey are model men or have
given llle people good government, hut
hecuuse of purely local interests ll-
eluding theselli-b fear of loss on lhe
pun. nfthose who gnlhemp the crumbs
which full frum the government's
liihle.—Province.
Spokane FaSSs
...& Northern,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
- - AND --
Red Mountain Railways,
The  only all-rail route, without change of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland      .
and Nelson. . . * -
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
lliiINll NORTH, OOINO S"l "I'll
13i27a.m MARCUS UillI a	
Train leaving Marcus ul 11*18 a. in.
makes close connections al Spukane
wiih trains for all
Pacific Coast Points.
(Hose connections nt Nelson wilh
slcnnihoiils for Kaslo und all Konlenuy
Luke puinls,
Passengers fur Kettle Biver und
Boundary Creek connect at Marcus
wilh singe daily.
RAILWAY, MINING AND gff
1 A6RI-CDLTDBAL C1TEB OF
1   Tho Kettle liver Count
m
m   Lots on E
,asy Terms to Actual Residents
ROCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OF ROCK CREEK.
J3C.   I»i-t-toixa.3t-lErli,   Msar.
FlHST-Cl.ASS   ACCOMMODATION   KOH  GUKSTS.
GOOD STABLING
iWKxrellcnt Hsbliignn Kottlo River.."**
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1G0N ID CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
(Carrying Her Majesy's Mails)
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, Passengers to
and from Fairview, Osoyoos and Oroville, Wash.,
delivered  in   quick   time,   and    by  comfortable
conveyance.
 1. • -.—
livery, Feed snd
Sele Stables.
Penticton, B. C.
R. S. HALL, Prop-
ES. & p> £& i 2? i 3-3. rj
OP ALL KIN'HS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
pr CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
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P0ST0KF10B BOX Ul.
McCuddy's Hold,
Is situated between Camp
McKinney and Fairview, on the
trunk road leading- from Penticton to Boundary Creek .
The best accommodation afforded
travelers,
GOOD STABLE IN CONNECTION
J. P.McCUDDY, Proprietor
Midway to Central Camp.
Several allemps have recently been
made by the ininers, ranchers nnd
others interested, lo organize and
unite upon a plan fnr lhe construction
of u good wagon roud belween .Midway
and Central Camp, hut so far no active
steps have been liikcn to curry the
project inlo execution, That a road
between the two points indicated is
badly needed everyone can easily
realize, for ul present much of the
trade that would rind its way to Midway were there nn easy means of
communication helween the cninp uml
the town now goes across to the olher
side of tiie line, lo the detriment) of the
tradespeople to whom il should come,
Nol only would the ininers of Central
camp he glnd lo have such n roud built
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   ol Improvements.
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Sltunte In Kettlo biver Minins Division ol,
Ynle District, locnted in Greenwood Cnmp. |
AKK NOTICE Ibnl 1. JnlmP.McLonilas
ugontfor W,T. Siuiili. free ininer's cor*
liili'iiti'Nii. 811312, ,1. Jl. Taylor, froo minor's
cortiflcato No, WIS, nn.l B, ,1. Roberts,
free minor's cortlflcnto Nu, H'nf. iiitciul. sixty
days train dale b.'1'.'..f. Ioo.lipl.vln llic Mining
ilocnnlor for a ccrllllcnto of Improvement, fur
Hi,. puraoM nf obtntnlna a Orown grant of tho I
iilmvi'eluiin. . ,, ,    j
Ami Iiirili.T Inko notico lint not on, undor
soctlnn 117, musl In. no'iuiieiu'Oil boforo Ilm
Issuance ..f micli cortitlonto <-f linprovomonlfl,
Dated tbla lib day of Mnruli 1*08,
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E show genteel designs in prints, pongees
of all shades narrow and wide, fancy silks
mouse ami shirtwaists or dress trimmings,
black and colored satins and sateen, silks of
every shade ami hue, Madras shirting, and
new designs in outing flannel, hosiery Ier ladies
and children, ladies shirtwaists at popular prices,
a new consignment of corsets in all sizes, ladies
and gents summer underwear, table oil cloths in
marble and fancy designs.
Men's sinnmer suits we offer at prices never
before offered in ihis vicinity, Don't forget
and call and examine these goods at tne Midway Post Office store,
HAIN & CO.
ATTENTION.
The Providence Kill' Conipiiny, Pro-
viili'iico, 11. I , wauls nil kinds of raw
ind wou'd iio doubt contribute 111 or.flly I furs, skins, ginseng, senlca, elc. I'rii
L*. MoDUFF
General Blacksmith,
GREENWOOD, B. C.
All Kinds of WorkExooutod lo tin. smia
notion of Customers.
toward Its construction, hut us well
lhe several nuieliom Ihnt would be
benefited would gladly lend support
lor io thorn it would mean nn easy
access tu Iwo markets, Then again
the roud il* Iniill to Central camp would
undoubtedly be pushed on in Fourth ol'
duly creok, sooner or Inter, und il so
un alternative route over Boundary
mountain would he furnished, a route
too that would commend itself to tin*
travelling public desirious of making
quick connection between points on
llu* Ketlle river In lhe enst and west
of Boundary mountain. In a direct
lino it Is understood the distance between Carson nml Midwny is only
eleven miles, hut whereas the roud
would of ueeessily he somewhat
circuitous, that distance would he extended, but not so niuch but that
several miles would slid be lefl to the
credit of the new route. As this work
is really one of necessity, those more
directly Interested should tuke hold of
lhe project .,!'bringing the matter lo
the attention of the authorities, und
by rendering what assistance lhey can
themselves, ensure its early inili-
iitioii and completion.
quoted tor the  next  lill dnys ure us
follows: -
Silver Fox $15 00 lo $160 Oil
Bene   5 00 lo 26 00
Otter   400 to 1100
Martin   2 00 to 0 00
Bonvor per lb.  n 00 to II 60
Wolf    I on to 2 un
Rod Fox    I 00 to 2 imi
Mink       16 to I i«
Skunk       26 lo I 00
Gray Fox       Wl to 75
tint      20 to 25
Pri list of nil   olher furs und
skills furnished upon application, Full
prices guaranteed, careful selection,
curleiuis treatment, and immediate
reniilluneeiin ail consignments,
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Practical House and Carriage
NTIN
A FULL  ASSORT'/IENT  OF MINER'S  SUPPLIES
AND GROCERIES,
Paper Hanging, Graining and Sign Painting. Also Kalsomining
find till kinds of Decorative Work executed by
|L Nash - ■ Midway and Greenwood City.
,1. \V. I^KKI),
WATCHMAKER ancl JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Walch Repairing' a Specialty.
All Work Warranto*,,    o3-2m
Commercial Jot) Frintinc.
AT "IHE ADVANCE,'
,1. P. FLOOD, Mniinger. .1. KERR, Secretory
Tlie Kettle Eiver Brassed Meat and Provision Co.
HAVE ESTABLISHMENTS AT
GREENWOOD CITY   GRAND FORKS
AND MIDWAY
Orders will be delivered in the p.wns named, and the'
several  mining camps nf the district. TIIK ADVANCE.
Midway. 13. 0„ Jolt25,1808.
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al A^T '    Nori-o*,k I'liii'i'iiisau, Minkuai, Claim
Wi P/fti \ Situate In the Kellle Rlvor Minim* Dlvlsl
ill' *"? . *** ' ni-   v.,..   n...,„!,-,       iio.n..n   i.ui.i .
of Vale District.    Where located ; In
*.**NJi - -  - *--- ■"-■■-
<n^Y !       Central camp.
&mi    TAKI': NOTICE Hint  I. John A. Cl
B3.zf*l     '    "'' "s'.1"' fm* •'■ llu'lorlck (lolioriRa
WCJ       <-nl i 1 i*,l /s 1    ViP?,}    niilii'i"-.'.'i'lill*'..i.'N'.i- *li*7il. im.'ii.l. *i'.l| uaia
ffl  The trade centre of the Grand ffl ^7777^7^77,1^17^0 _ Skeeha^
_%\i.   r,       •    • rr    ,,i • 1   K"i,<-1    Hu' |..ii|..i.-ci'i'..l.a.ii.iniiiiio.rn. iiriini ..f llic j ~
ffl Prairie,    Kettle   river    and ffl k«;iSfw,,„,. „ Itai J
SB Boundary creek  mining; and || SMaAa^CW''
ttpPi •        1, i , #'f,   •■••■« Is I8II1 ilny of April, ISM
c«S agricultural country. ap
Hr-Su   9,14,1  •———«——*	
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«|j     ,w(i      ,    ,      ,    ,,        . ,. r  fife '-        MINERAL ACT, 1896
- HOTEL.
Commercial and Mining men should  put up
at the I-'airview Hotel when in camp.
GOOD ACCOMODATION, EVERYTHING EXCELLENT-
proprietor.
H   Situated at the junction of ffl
I the Boundary creek, Marcus p l,',,,',ih
ffl and Reservation wagon roads. W
||j Nearest point to the Colville |p
reservation mines*
m
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ffl LOTS AS GOOD   AS GOLD ffl
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WjJvJ -tip    -.'.'li'.n UT. nei-t   In' .'.1111111.. I boforo lli.i
EKJi ====                                                                  «wN? I iMiianco of sueli Uortlllcnte of linprovonients.
Iritis.
icate nl   Improvements,
Ai.tn i Mineiiai. Cuim.
Situate lu the Kotllo Hivcr Mlniiiif Divisinn
of Vale District, Locnled in Greenwood oamp
TAKKNOTI   I it Illll hll.'iil'Kl'hlllilli.'l'i'irlV.-.'
I     miners * aliliialle   \u. Nlll, iiiicii.i, -i\l v
diiyK from lie dnta horoof. to n|inly lo tlio
Mlniuy It.' 'del'for a corllllcato or Improve-
ni. i.ia fnr tlio imrposo ..f obtaining u Orown
Unuil ,.f lliu nliuvo cli'.tm.
And furili.a inlto notice Hint
0<
y FALLS HOTEL t»
~7^Jl  Tlios,   Wah
■^•rjl      PROPRIETOR
"if^""*
The lioiel is centrally locmed and Is n stopping pluce fnr stage
lines.    (I I fishing in the vicinity.   Gond slahllng,
Meals will he served lit ull h -s, the luhles heing furnished will,
the hesl.   A variety of the choicest, hrundsof liquors und cigars ul the hai
SITUATED AT BOUNDARY FALLS, B, C.
c.i-i,-.uiMtn.-,,iw«--.^nh,i,«-»vi-.«»^»Eir.-noi.a «t»v.ujt-r«
li-l'l4
For prices nnd all otherinfornintlon apply to Pj}®
.AREN, Ml
OARSON, B, C, KAMLOOPS,H. C. *»i.2r
M
Ml McLAREN Bros.      ok    J.C.Mel
ml
'«n*>wvwv^ jj »■ «■■■- rraiiir ur^rr tmtf. i-"cj?*m jT-**m-n*'.';.-\"'J!r'H'rj
TheTravfiers Insuranci
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Chartered 1803.  (Stock Life nnd Accident Insurance,.
ISSUES  the   best   life   insurance   a    ASSETS, ....
contracts in the world.   No
disappointment as to divi- Jli Janual'-V ls<',S'"' ^0,896,684.53
dends. Everything Ouaran. i; L,ABIUTIESi . . . l7l920)26o.29
teed in advance.   Premium
rates, 15 to 25 per cent less       SURPLUS     2,976,42-1.36
than those of old line Mu
tual companies.
®    §    @
THE TRAVELERS COMBINATION ACCIDENT
POLICY guarantees fur accidental injuries under
ordinary conditions.
Ilnlcd 1Mb lilliiluv of March 1898.
mj^auibj nm^amammmmm io.M_tsamam
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Oei'tiflcute  of   Improvomonts,
2iT<OV?lZG 73.
Till': Aruivr Minkuai, Olaim.
Situate in Osoyoos Mining Division, of Yale
lilstt-ici. where Located!*-Camp Fair-
view
TAKK NOTICK llml W\ II. Hum-, five minor's cortifluilo No, V'.lll, .lnlin Stevoii-s,
free miliars uerliflcnto Nn. 2-Mla, .Inlm A, ('ury*
ell.  iv,.,. miner eorlilleulo No.U!2a.   .1.    I*.
[liinn-cii ITiviniiit'i-'s cerl illiMli'Nn. ilS.075, in
lend ,-ixl j dnys iniiii.hli-iii'n'iif. In iin]i!y ml Iif
MiningHoenrderforn Certlflcnlc cl' Improve*
mollis,forthe purpose nf obtaining n Uiwn
Granl ofllie hIjovoclaim.
Ami furllier lake notice Mini nellon under
Hcclion ti iiuiKl bo rommoncctl heforo llio issuance of micht'ertifleutconiiiprovomcntu.
Dated thbS3nl dny of May. 18118,
Certificate   of   Improvements.
KTOTIC'G.
Monti*:Oaki,o Minkuai, Claim,
Situate in llic Kettle River Mining Division
ol'Yale District.   Where Located: In Grocn-
wood Camp on the north of the Gilt  Edge
mineral claim.
TAKE NOTICE Uial I, John A. Coryoll,
I uoUugiu, ngenl lnr Thnnmi Ithodorlek,
free ininers ci-rtiilealo Nn. fvSM, ini
VERNON • SAWMILL
SMITH  k McLEOD, Pimi'itiKTnim.
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, T.urnings,etc. All kinds of factot
work kept in stock and made to order.   Coast Cedar worke
into Furnishings a Specialty, All kinds of Lumber, Lath an
Shingles kept in stock.    Best material always in stock.
Sawmill on Okanagan Lakh, Handy to Shipment, Sash and I'oo-
Paci'iiiiy ox (i. I', li., Vernon,
If Ion Want
REALLY GOOD ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER.
—CALL ON—
J. C. HENDERSON, Fairview, B. C
yards and Mill-at Fairview, B. 0.
Oorresnondence snlicitc,
ticniii liciicin    .    .    .    . Jinan
Lorn of Slgllt of Iliilli l-lyi-.s     . . ...nia
Loss of Hotli Fooler Both llanda . S.0IHI
Lous of One lliuid nnd Dim Punt . 5,111)0
I'lit-ni'incnt Tollll IHsuliilily     . . 2,5110
Loss nf lliglll llnniI     .     .     . jiViii
liossot Log at or above Kinw   . 2,.',IXI
Loss of Loft Hand     .... I.n.w
Loss of Klllier i'...,l . I.i	
Loss nf slghl .if Ono I ye    .     , .   C.i
A7\l'"s7t77ftu77777i"- IJftlft|- ,**'/*      Headquarters for mining
!„ir,f„rlhnp„rl,,ro.il ,,l,,,u„i,,K ., ,'»,„,; ^ 0[g2     s       *4'^ —  -"■
  ^
Lirqita of Weekly 1 i|il<*o|i|ily Sl.noti.
ANI), If sifli injuries nr.. Rustained wliile ridiuf* us a |iiusseii((c.r iu any
passenger convoynnco using'stettin, cable, or electricity as a tnotivo power
the amount to bo paid sball bu DOUBLK tlie sum specified in tlie clause
uniler which the claim is mail.a
COSt $52 A  YEAH 'I'u ProI'ESSIQNAL AND   BUSINESS   MEN,
and Commercial '1 ravelers, Other sums at proportionate rates
,\i
in.
Griinl.,I.licnl...,'. .-Ini
Anil furtlior tnko imtlce Hint nollnn, nnil
sccllon 37. mast 1, oncod lieforn i
issiinii if such Cortlllentooflniiiravonion
Ualod this llllll dny of 1'ohruary. 1898.
mmm wm,
II.  KEYES,  Prop,
ti.iuil Accommodation,
Best, Liquors and Cigars,
First-Class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG  B.C.
cade !
cascade city, b. c
C.H.Thomas, ^ros
men
visiting' the  Christina  Lake
district.   Stopping' plnce^for
stages on  route's from
P
Marcus to Boundary
Creek  points.
W. H. NORRIS,
AI1I0NT POll SOI'TIIKIIX HIIITISII nil.l-MIIIA, MIDWAY. II. V. @,cm^M#4^4»#m^§)
ai€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€!6 ! 1 H R. McELMON.   |
H\ %i j : u,=    *
C Ct\        1 I * Practical Watch Maker, X
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.     /i\  I ! Greenwood, B.C.
,.. . Cf Victoria, 1 |. t
i-:s']'aiu,isii]':i) ish:i.
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY.
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA   -
"Wl:^««»iW*:.iS».»l'--JKr».
Our  Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia
Trees Free from Pests.
Kill IT   AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,  PLANTS AND VINES.
Send for Free Catalogue,       F. Hutcherson, Manager.
| [. G. Prior &
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t\S Carry a fill! stock at Verfion o!...  m ; ♦ »..rh c..m,iiy | ip^mt-mow-w-w
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Brantford Camage' os Deiiiocrats,
Wajfons, Buggies and (arts. f$\
Masse) Harris Binders. $, Iw, 3, KEITH, M. E
Toronto and Brantford Mowers     ft),    -■ ■
and Hit) Raises, t}\
olive Plow Co'.s Can , Stilke) itS
and Walking Plow', i\\
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ASSAYER  AND CHEMIST,
UUI5KNWO0II, II. 0,
? MACHINERY |     A^-nl at Vernon, J
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WOIIK   rnOMPTI.Y  ANIl   CAHl'I't'IXY
ATTENDED TO,
GENERAL MERCHANT
I'airview. 13. C.
H
EADQUARTERS   for   Miners'
Supplies, Powder Caps Fuse.
a»»*»&9»»w»a»iW'»*&fca
W iSI.
ill     HENHY CARIl, 0,E. E.M. <!/
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1 IIIENHY (J. CAHK.E. M. I
I Aaaayer, -|
f, CHEMIST & MINIMI   ENOINEER,   i))
«       „   Fairview, B. C. *
(ft if
^W*WW*«W«*J-MI€*J««F
Largest and'best assorted stock of GROCERIES, DRY
GOODS,   CLOTH IM.  and    BOOTS   and    SHOES,
*a,-fc lo-'icsro.'S-fc   -e--asa.il. jf>xi»i*o*ais.
FOR SALE.
UnilOl illlltlMali I'okln DuckaoiiBS $1.00
TIiniiiil i.lltr
|10l ailllll|-l'
Apuly   I.AXi'Aalllltl-: lliHr-l-:.
Jlldway, Il.e.
We have furniture on the way in CAR LOAD LOTS, and
in a few days will be able to offer our patrons
Bed Room Sets       Chairs and Tables  *  Lounges,
■=   =   Sideboards, etc.   etc.   -   *■
ALL OF THE LATEST PATTERNS AM) DESIGNS
ANI) AT PRICKS WHICH WILL DEFY COMPETITON.
— ®	
We are agents for the NEW WILLIAMS and RAYMOND SEWING MACHINES,
T. M. Gulley & Go., Greenwood B.G.
i ll Ci ^^rwwwjnmjHii&UW*.
PIONEER-HOTEL
Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B. C.
We Imvu |tml opened Ihe above hotel at Greenwood City, and nre prepared
In wall' i* ({ileal** nnd prnvlda good nccotninodntimi.   tllmd Catering.   Firs
class Livery Stable.
J. W. NELSON
PROPRIETOR Midway, 11. (!., July 26,1808.
TIIK ADVANCE
LOCAL ANI) DISTIflOT.
Oaptain Ailniiis, Preuident of ilia
Midway Company, isatpresnnl in the
Sloi'iin country, having arrived a few
days ngo nt Sniidiiii.
Mr. L. BoHsteil panned through town
on Saturday, bound In tin* went fork
of Kettle rive county, whore ho will
spend sonic linn* prospecting,
Constable Elklns of Fairview was
a visitor in town during tin* pusl week,
and after attending boiuo officials
dulies returned home on Saturday,
Mr. .1.11. VV. Wood, nf Armstrong,
came down on Tuesday lnsl nml on
Saturday proceeded up tin* in iin Keltic
river in company with Air, 0. L.
Tlintncl nl'this place,
Mr. Barnard Lequinie of Kelowna,
together with his wife nml family is
paying a visit to this pint of ihc
districl, Mr. Lequinie ia interested in
the saw milling liusiness hero,
The first peaches of the season made
their appearance in town tbe past
week the same having been liroitghtln
hy Mr. Nash from lift' Okanogan, on
the snutli side of llie boundary line,
Miss Irene Haynes, returned from
Montreal a few days ago, alter having
spent a collegiate term of ninny
months there, For some time in conic
Miss Haynes will reside with her sister
Mrs. L'lnililv, at Osoyoos.
Onlois lOaml 11 Sixth street, the
foundation for a new liuililing is being
laid which will be uf gond size and two
storeys. The party making lllis
latest Improvement to Midway is Mr.
Harry Noble, who Intends lo start
business here.
Under I he supervision of Constable
Gardoma nice fence is being built,
which when finished will enclusc th"
grounds upon which the Giivernineni
buildings stand here, and which wns
donated lo the government by tlie
Midway Oompany.
A two storey building is in cuurse of
erect ion oo Fiflh sired lo llic insl of
McNicol's store. Mi.,I, A, Unsworth
will move int.. the basement  ivilh his
stuck uf drugs, etc., ami lbe Lilian f
the huildli ■: will in* Iiiiail up i'.ir office
purposes, v. hi.-h Mr. Furbes M. Kerby
will occupy,
Mr. Gin/." ni.e ..I'..ur local contractors, returiU'd a day or two ngo from
llic Kiiiii.'iiav. During In- t'lsll In
Kootenny  Mr.  Olnw   vlslird   Yuii*.
Committed Suicide.
On Saturday morning lust Marlin
Tnnnskei, an Indian Chief, who resided
on the Colville Reservation, cnmmltled
suicide hv placing a rifle under his chin
anil by discharging il, literally blowing
his head to pieces.
—, ** t -.	
An Inquest Held.
Willi llr, Jakes, I r Iur this dist-
li.-i, presiding, an inquest was held on
Monday last, oo tin body of Hugh
Thomas, who wns killed n few days
previously while winking in the Sliuw-
sin v mine, in Orccowo.nl Oamp. All
iheeviilcncc having heen Buhiuitted
the jury relumed a verdicl of ac-
ciilcntal dentil.
This
Hot
Weather
Will bring- plenty of Hies
"TANGLEFOOT"
Ull,I, CATCH 'KM
SURE,
Fon sale by
J, 11, UNSWORTH,
DRUGGIST
MIDWAY - 15. 0.
Truth Condensed.
The Toronto Telegram discustlngthe
political oul look in lb" province nl
lhe pre-cnl time, sipiec/.cs into n nut
shell a pyramid of truth when it says:
British Cohiinhia is lu In iigralu-
lated nn iis heroic effort to defeat the
Turner Government,
The returns sn far show llial, the
Opposition is ahead, and the chances
are Ihal Inlet'llgures will increase ils
advantage,
The position of the Government is
worse Iban il. looks, because ils slight
Inferiority tu lhe Opposition in the
number of supporters in the Legislature is i cjircscoi.il ii oof ii still greater
Inferiority hi the number ul supporters
in lhe pruvince.
The Tinner Government arranged
the constituencies tu suit Itself, ami
if the Opposition has even a slight lead
in the Legislature It, must have n large
majority of the popular vote, Unless
the later returns ate all against ihe
Opposition, the Turner Governuienl is
doomed. At best, it is a Ministry of
mediocrities. The Opposition has a
half-dozen men who nre easily tin*
peers of linn. J. II. Turner or any of
Ilis colleagues, ami in ilu* Hon. Joseph
Martin, Mr. Turner has to deal with
an nhle strategist whose experience j
bus taught biin  skill   in  the art  of Sltuato In the Kettle Rlvor Mining Division
of   Yalo   District.  Where li.caiccl: In
MINERAL ACT 1893,
Certificate  of Improvements
1TOTICB,
Itnn Roy Minimal I'lain,
Situate in the Kettle Rivor filiiilniT Division
of Yale District.   Where loco ted : Central
Camp.
-[-'AKK NtlTII'i: Hani Aloxander Wallace
I    froo minor's cortfltmto No. 112n, Intend,
sixty ilnys from .lale lioroof, in nnplv to ihc
Mining Itt '.I.'i'f.ira cortillcato of Improve*
moots, for tlio purposo of obtaining n Orown
Qruutof tlio abovo clahn.
And furtlior tnko notice llml action under
st'i'iion I'.Tniiisi hi. f.iiiiiii.'ii.'L'.l before tho Issu*
iuii-i. uf sin-li Corl itlcnt.. i.f tinprovcmonts.
Datod this IStb day of .linn., 181)8,
IHE RUSSELL HARDWARE CO.
GREENWOOD CITY, B. C.
—♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦—
LARGE CAR OF
inn run
AT LOWEST PRICES.
—♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, COLORS.
....We carry everything ill these lines,,,.
iil'iii orders receive prompt attention.
First class tin-shop in connection
Goods away up     Conie in and see!     Prices away down.
^riXftftm:^.fti'ss^j'sm;i
1
GREENWOOD CITY MEBCANTILECO.
GREENWOOD CITY, B. 0.
Certificate of  I mprovements.
Notice.
Mon']\k Okisto Minimal Claim.
smashing hostile govenim tills
wil.h thenlijeci   nl' lunkhm "ver ih-i,
, , , ... I mn will Mii.|>!-inl   Hi
ground, |ii'(',iiM-aliii-y to milkiliK li  "ML       • ,n,
upon nn  inipnrliml   piece   'if  work
which  Ih i" '"' const ntHed   In  tho
nolffhlmrhnnd,     li   I*  mtderslood  lie
1ms since wcltivil 111'1 riminid.
Mr, Austin  Huminumnii nld time
PAIRVIEW   NOTES.
(From our own correspondent,)
Mr G. II. M;iiii<t, imuuitfiiitf director
" |of I he Smuggler Gold  Mining Co., is
expected in on lhe nexl singe,  he   will
ho necoinpunied hy the mill conirneioi
and il is hoped I lint llle lung delays in
miil run.i ru ei (on '.vill Hnd an end in n,
few days nnd  thai   w  new   policy nf
vigorous developement and cointi net- j (
system nl'
promises, The mini' looks well and
seems only to need d-^relopenienl to
prove ;i HtstclaBs divide d payei',
Work on lhe Siernwinder progresses
steadily and iln* orespems  to  lie  lin*
Greenwnod Cam;i on tho north of tho
Montezuma mineral claim.
TAKE NOTIOE Hmtl. Juliif-A. Cory-all, ns
agonl for Jaiuos Mnrnliall froo minor's
cortiflcalo No. 88878, and Jaincn NfchoUon
freo minor's cerlttU-ntc No. W897, intond,
sisly days (ram tho date hereof, to
apply Ui tho MinhiK Itccordorfor a Certlficata
of [niprovcmcuw, (or tlio purpose of obtaining
ii Crown Grant of tho abovo claim.
And furthor tako notico thai uc.tlmi, under
Koction 37, musl bo commoncod boforo tho
Issuance of aueli Uorllflcatoof Iiiipiovouionls,
Dated this [firhdayof ITohrtiary, I8H8.
••vjj.n,u?2.r,'nxaKa*.*.-. *■
SON
,,'   '     ',,'    ,     .      '   . proving in value as ihe work noes on.
Boundary Creok miner anil prospector .
and part owner of the Big Copper in     The Morning Star is lining worked
Coppor camp, paid a visit lo Midway VW" I the om Is hauled in lhe Joe
ou Friday last. Mr. Hammer camn in I Dandy iniil. Tiie cost of milling an.l
from Otii'le'u on the I '..Ivill.* rescrva- i llmili"Kis W-Ms" ' hM ' h" work should
tion, at which point he has for some I P'ly even if it does not. go  more than
.... .Vn 1)11 pec ll III llllll llle cut   Is   supposed
Um>' I'''1*1'   ' "   developing    «m»'  ,,, ,!„„!,!,, ,|ml ,„„„„„. in v,,|„,,,'
properties in which  ho is interested.     TJll. ,,„„- fjovernmenl buildings are
liel'ei'riiig to the possihllity ol  early going ahead In good style,
railway construction ou the Colville j "
reservation, Mr, Hammer said he ho-1 riipMrQQ
lieved llial the near future would see a 11 UuHtuO
rood built up llie San Poil, from il»
Washington   Central,   which   road
would tint only give railway facilities
to Republic camp lull us well would in
all prohahility ho continued as far as
the boundary line al .Mid way in id Ihere
lirought into touch with Boundary
Oreek.  Trial surveys for this road are
now heing mnde hy partlos of surveyors who are in llie Held, and actively
engaged thereon,
 I* « 4	
MINING   N0TB8.
Messrs. Meyer, Stuart, McLean and
Bergman are Imlay al work on tin*
Hecla claim In Wellinglon Ciunp
They are sinking n prospecting shaft,
expecting to strike a hlg vein of ore
which ions through the claim, hearting
from ihe famous Winnipeg property.
At in .'-eat ilia-li il'l is down ahout
20 feel,
A splendid hody nf nro was recenlly
uncovered In llle Crown Point clnlin,
in Crown Point cainp which js jusl
wesl nf Buck Oreek nn the main Kellle
river, The Crown Point is mi tied hy
Mr. John Douglas and associates, nod
is looked upon as nne of llle must
promising pn.perl ies iii llic distriet,
Some rich strikes are helng made up
the main Keltic river, as evidenced hy
Ihe line samples of oulcrnpplngs,
exhibited l*y .snuie iil'lhe prospectors
who have heen fortunate enough to
locate claims in lhat region.
Mr. A. Sanderson recenlly struck
the main ledge of the Alhelstau, in his
claim the Jack Pol, which is silualed
in Wellington Camp.
The tutiiiel which is designed to
crosscut lhe vein nn the City of Paris
in Central Camp, at a depth of 276
feet, is now in about 200 feet, Ahout
a dozen men nre working ou the properly, which iioinl.ei will be increased
ns so. .ti as I he 10 ili-ill com pressor plant,
which is lo be purchased al mice;
is installed.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKltNOl*, H.C.
leneral Real Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARY PUBLIO,
s^j  Architects and
—,.mT; Civil Engineers...
Financial,
i*aVal Estate,
I lisiir;ii|(*<* and
Milling Aye ills.
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W99NOTARTKS 1'in 11,1 ('.£-:**:-(■
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l'';ih'vii'\v Townslto agents.
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.. . AODItKBS . . .
PDBNHS8 & I'AHiU ,SOX,
mitvinv, ti, e.
. 4, ,
('■,1'i'i'siioi.ili'iii'i* Bul lol loci,
Mineifil Act 18St>.
Certificate "I   Improvements,
Hotioo.
lion It.iv in!. Nun in-.., an Mr..a;u, I'mi.mh,
Sliuaic in Hit* Otoyno! Mining Dlvl t
Vale  'isiiiet.    Where   Intuited; tump
Pairview,
TAKK NOTICK,tlml U'lim-. iloHlaUOrcvn
lujunl fin' llio I'nlri'li " Cons llclnlcl Until
"I -I'....I.l,ui:.-,|. fl-'.in-, ii-.i, ll,i „fr . lilllll'l -
.'.i'liii,-,.!.' Nn, ISItlll, i nil, -ial)  iluyc Imni
llie ilalo hereof, lonppl) i" il.   illliiliij la- or-
licit' [ur irllllonloof liiim-uvoiiniiiU, for tlm
|llll'|l,ae  Of Obtllllllllg   .1   Ul'Otll) llllllli  of  III'-
nil.,1.-.'Iniill.
.imi fiiriliiT inla' notice ili.it notion, tiiulor
sect i.hi HU. iniiai I..- coniuionooil  before ttie
Isauon (such corl Ideal oof Improvements.
[Intocl this llltli ilay of July, IKK.
Mineral Act 1-396.
Certificate   of  Iniproveiiients.
:Nra-*bl.c:<».
Qoi.n Una, Mlsmui, Cuim,
A.;.*,-ox.vV.  For^^-
Tiin Royal Inbubance Ooy.
Tun London ami Lanoashire Pibe
Insubance Coy,
Till?   lN8t)BAN0E   ClIY.   OF   NoUTll
Amebioa,
Tiik London ami Canadian I*iu
Insubance Coy,
Tun Sun Life Assurance Coy m-
Canada,
Tiik DominioeBuhdinh and Loan
Association,
Appbaibeb i-iiit the Canada Permanent Loan ami Savings Coy.
7' .^';:'-.:i-f
1;S
COUNTY COURT  NOTICE.
A silting nf llie County Courl .if Vnlc will be
holdon
Al Midway "" Monday tlio -inn .Iny of
Octobor I8DS.
At tho hour of II o'olook In llio fnronoon,
llj Coniinunil,
\V. (I. Mi'MY.NN,
(iiiveriiiiiiiii nill.'.a Mldwicy, lit.',      D.lhCl.C,
Spscial Oeduetions lo
Oat of Town Me,
Goods Delivered
■Cftft, :1(_'■. ZiftftftZ EXZimZIi.
n
11
1,
liners
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
THIS MOTEL offers the best of accommodation
at moderate charges, Only the best brands oi
liquors and cigars kept on hand. A good table
and good beds add much to the comfort of its
patrons,
E. MORRIS, PROP.
Rossland.
Gheenwood.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO.
*■ \'^7ft\X <r
7'" 7.:.-'   '  k
Provincial Secretary's Oiee.
Stli Juno, 1808,
HIS liONOI'ltllii. I.i.'iili'iiaiil-liiivenini' lnia
boon plutsod to appainl
l.e.i.viiu. Noltltls Kfiqulce,Qovoi'llinonl li.-.-nl
to bo llcturnlnir OtHcor for tlio Kant Iiiiiiii^ of
Vnlo Ulcoioral llhlrlel: unci
Ilis ll.ininii' tin- Lloutonntit-Oovernor bus
lioon pleased toanpoinf.cind denture llie Court
Houso Vornon to bo llio plneo foi  lie. iinmln-
Situ.'itc In the   Osoyoos Mining Divisian .if ntlonot candidates fnr oleril  tlie Logts-
Ynle   District.   Where Incited: - Ciunp. Intlvo As-i.inl.lv in cIn- ICum Hiding nf Vnlc
Fairview | Eloolorol District.
I     ns   njaait    tor   Wai.    A. Dler tret ,-,-   n 11 I'vuni it
Nn.   7at:i-. mul  Alfred I I'.AIih 1 Vill,la
LIMITED LIADILITY.
Real [state and Mining Brokers.
. FINANCIAL HND INSURANCE AGENTS....
Fire luifiiirante a Specialty
^.xsi'M.-.-.ra^
III.O. I(. NAIII-N ■-  HANAIII-I*
iiri-i-iiMi.i.ii City, II. C.
IN THE—->»rfT
itt j iff
\)
Stit
of obtaining
lllilici a   I'l'rll,!
A. ian ii-nii
Inlond, ulil) di
in  tho Blnlim [loconlor to
Imprnvcnionts, ti.r ilie ptirpo
Cnimipiinl.il'llie nli. voclnuno.
AfidruriliW Into notico tlinl action.  I
sootlon ll", ilni-i bo coinmenceil boforo Uio isa
nn... nf -ii.-li corltflcilc.,:' iiniirovoinonts.
Datod tills, J2tli dnj'of July, 1808,
j
- cci'tillnato No. T I.U.
llOtlalOllOl'OOf,toapplj , 'ij*r03ri.i.a>a.»i5Ll      SHf..c2n.'Bj3,ltxi'tlli.
■flonlc llf
1'-.mi:vii:\v. ii. r.
All Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing
a Specialty,
it
it't
itt i iti
t
f
i i
ST. LOUIS HOTEL at
msm£&smmisi&&mMa_m*>iwmii —
Camp McKinney, B. C
Patrons will find a new house, neatly furnished,
and possessing all modern conveniences, tending*
to the comfort of guests, Strict attention paid to
the wants and wishes of customers at all times.
t.ooli stahi.im; ON Till-  PREMISES.
T. DONALD k Co. Props.     T. DONALD, Magr. THK ADVANCE
Miiiway. B.C., July 25,
BOUNDARY GREEK MINING AND M LING COMPANY, LTD. LY.
Incorporated October 21st, 1896.
EEZ3.-&JD   OETICJEl,   C_¥B*ttXSl!Sri!U'OOXi CITY, tt.C.
Capitalization $1,500,000, in II Stares, Treasury Stock 700,000 Stares,
COMPANY'S PROPERTIES.
The Company's mining properties now consist of fourteen claims, viz, the D. A., G. A. R. Big
Ledge, G B, S. H. B, Fred IX, S. F, J. A. C, P. H, C. S. & H, E. C. B,
Prospective,  Spokane  and  Granite  Falls.
SIX OF THESE HAVING BEEN ACQUIRED SINCE INCORPORATION
fcs
DKSCRIPTION.
•mss^StftiSfti.
OFFICFRS O FCOM PANY :
I). A. HOLBROOK
E. JACOBS	
----- PilESIDENT
_ - - - - jlAXAOEll
SlSi:lUSTAHY-TllEA8URi:H
On the "II. A " ia u vein about 2')
inches wide, willi u ptiy*str**nk of 1 lo
12 iuchesi froui luis 8,0511 ILs. of ore
was shipped to llie smelter, giving
$103.15gold per Imi, ailver7*l 7-10ozs.,
unci 2 (»er eenl. lead. A tunnel is lieing
driven on thia vein from which ore is
lieing taken. On the Htime property is
o. larger vein (quartz) ei.trying giiletai
ami pyrites,
BANKERS:
BANK OF MONTREAL   -   -   Veiiniin, B.'C!
Wffi3*SS"SBi.
-^■y^N1^**
The "0,11." lias two distinct veins;
one 25 feet- wide which, from ils strike
aud general character would seem to
he the same- vein us Ihal nn the Big
Ledge, ult hough sullieietil bus not
keen done in make this conclusive,
I'lie second vein litis nl present a
width of nearly lliree feel. Assays
have shown values io gold from $I.(HI
In $170,511, while a conservative sampling hy Mr- S. S, Fowler, 51. li. gave
The "(1. A. ]{," hns ii 80-foot; shaft    $20.00 In gnld.
sunk on a 2-fool vein, heayily mineral*
izetl wilh nn intimate mixture of iron
an.l copper pyrites, galena, blende anil
silvergiaa.-e. '1 I.a lines!. pieces of wire ail-
verl'iuia.l iniBoundary Oreek were taken
I'min this shaft,   Aveiage iissaj'B from
different  places across the vein ..;,■;v..
$8.(10   gold, nil   OZ*,   silvei'; ills.,  .-
old   and    0 nzs,   il,. a and one, the
Litest  return -$15.05 gnld and Ulli la '    flie "Fred  ti." was   located in De
ozs. silver per ton, | Ccinl,cr,  1805, nn,re as ground for a
— — basis fui' mining operations I'm llie
On  ilia "Hi:; Led e"  is a   10-fool | other claims than for Its present value,
quartz   vein,  mineralized  with   Iron    although Ihere Is little doubt lhat the
pyrites,   Thi,- vein lea* I,.   opened \ large v. in mi IheO, B. runs lhrough
upliyrrnss-cnlaiin the surface Eoc 500    it.   There is a small vein ..I'galena on
feel.     A   iiiirrowei'   vein    lias   been i this claim.
opened up, lieing one* foul wide, carry- 	
inji considerable copper pyril.  . und       ,,,.     „.    ^   (... |,.,K :l ..,,.„,,  |rnn_
runs inlo llle niiiin ledgi   iisaspur.on      ^    .     ,.un..]nn. (broirili   I rrciu.llie
whieha luniiel  ..1'   III feel   has been       '     ''-'     . „ ,,„„,,, ''..,   .„.., .„,.,
I AliaeonclHi at a uepiu in ,i   lew icei,
iiii'en.   Average assays gave $,m goal
and 1 ! le ozs, silver, ami $4*l,!i5gol
On ilie"S. II. II." an* two converging veins ul enpper iiiiiI iron pyriles,
no which work is now being done, An
average asuay gave, gold $1.50, silver
Hi; nzs., cnppei* 11.Ull per eenl., or
$40.44 for all values,
fS?
%
This company is registred under the.
Companies Act, 1890, and amending
acts, in the office of the Registrar in
Victoria, B.C., for 1,500,000 shares at
$ i .00, non- assessable', of which a
portion of lhe Treasury stocK i.s now
offered at 10 cents a share on applica-
cation to the company,
/EZS/UtSSESS
174o'Z8, silver, - pel eenl. copper
'>»
\ft The"S. K" lies I el weed IheO, A. II
hA\\!     •""' " A., in lliedii'i-clionol lie-strike
V     nn tla1!. A, 11. vein, This Incut inn has
... 1
lii'i-i .la on n vein nf pvi'i'holite,
Hie ore carries u ...
ige of i.f coppel ala
!
The remaining six claims ire a!! ::• "I ■■. «S
pi peels, bni  a,, yel  very liltle de- > j.    ,.'
velopmenl   work  has been done mi ij£~ ' '
Ihem.
Certificate of Improvements.
US' o -it it c: 13.
tlii.T Ki.i.1: Minhuai. claim.
Situate In the Kettlo Rlvor Mining Diviiion
ol Ya'.e District,    Whero looated:   In
Groonwood Camp, on tho oust of lho
Montezuma mineral olalm,
TAKK NOTICK Una I, John A- Cm-yell, "«
ngonl I...- .lauioH Marshall, n *  mini | -
oortllleiito No. BH878, latcnil, rfxty it
lint,, li.'*'inf, i..ii|i|.b a. lho ai
(..iii r.-i-iiii.aiii-.if Improve "
■)obuof olitnlulni- i» Crown Granl '.i It
olaliii,
Ami fin-ili.T Ink- notico thai aoilon, unit
Bootlon :ii, musl  l.e commenced ...'I'..',   lliu
'mum ilsuohCorlllltiuool llll|.l.a.11 '"
lllllell lllia llllll .I...V Ol I'.'l'l 'J. I'-1'-
SEI    Jl ■ SEEDS!
CHON E NORTHER I GROWN
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•XfAMX-M.
Al EASTERN I RICI S.
IE BEST PRODUCED.
You Want the Best and the Cheapest.^-
TKE ©XLY PIUFECT FENCE.  McMullen's  Fencing   and   Nettings
- —......«- „,.,,!,. Combine these two Qualities.
best «& V/UVB-i WIRE FEMC1HC n» ou,™ do.
wntE ft
WIRE R0P2 SELVAGE.
WAIL ORD    S - :.D PROMPTLY,
.. .We Pay T     Di ty ...
O.B.     P.   1. NELSON,
Seed Merchai   ,        1, *    -
te Hote
FAIRVil   *-',
v....   i. »* - - - ■  ••'
GO ft 'ft 0.1 1 '>■: i-ft-        ' '    '    '     '   '
s, ...0...   ..    f0r , a    I  -'. Wash.
Showlniv the Dates and Places of Courts of ,,„,,.,„,.,„.„,..............-.
Assign, nisi i'rin., Oyer ana Terminer n I
Gonoral Gnol Uollvory tor tho Year 1B93.
aainsi. a : aaa.
Kara-lino Tuesday, a. , M ,
N iv West inin ilcr   Tiiwdny, 10th May
Vancouvor Tuesday, 17th May
YiHiu-ia  ,...TuoBilay,lllsl llnj
Cllnlon  Monday, iilltli May
Kamloo|n Monday, OTh Juno
Virnon  Monday, M,h "tun
'Nol-on Monday, Wh*I lino
'Uonald Monday 5T
■    'Special AbbIho,
V tl.l. AS81ZKS.
Ciiilini Thur ilny.Kii.l 3opi™'i
Ki.-i,.;* 1.1 -'J lay, 2llth Sepliiuito'i'
Kamloopn Mouday.Urd October
bytlon Friday, Uth" lobor
Vornon ,, .llondas  Ullli O Liner
Kew Wost minster ,   .Tm (day, Isl   Xovi ml
Vancouver Mini ■■   .11 -   ■ " ■'   >'
Victoria ,|'   ■■■■■'''' ■■■'
NiM.iliiio Tuesday, Siud Kovoiaia-r
HOG FENCINGS   AT   SPECIAL,
LOW PRICES.
(ALL OTHER VARIETIES OHEAPJ
lleMiillen's are the only good nettings
sold in Canada.  They are unequal-
5lnnuIttctv.i-oil nnd Bold liy led [or poultry yards, trellises, and
THE ONTARIO WIRE FENCING. CO., Lta . :
fmlou,iiuluiio, mnn n-no-s.
Ask your hai clwaie merchant for McMullon's goods,   if you cannot buy of
[The Manufacturers at Picton, Ont„ or to
him write to   The B. Greening' Wire Co., Ltd., Hamilton and
i      Montreal, General Agents.
JAMES COOPBR,  riontrenl, tlcneral Agent for Railway Fencing.
"a
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JC* JLVl
AY HOTEL
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(jKEEXWOOl) i"  '■'  HOI     ' iltY (JKEEK, B, (
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
I  ,     011 a AecoiiMiioilation.   (lund .Slnliling,   Terniinus nf Stage l.ioe
fiimi Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors.
7 KACONDA HOTEL
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,.■-...:' ' MfSlllH Serve 1
lection,
  .;.-■ 7JP.
ANACONDA,  B,  C
Visitors In tbe Boundary Creek Mining Camps, Stop at the Anaconda
[Table  -  Good Beds -  GoodLifjuors -  Good Stabling
i.i.-—i. -ir\-~ •-i.aam.aam.iniiim-fiim in.'***i«
H. The,!!, Ps'oprtctoi*.
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