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 Vol. X, No. 2.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBI
1898.
$2.00 per Year.
DW, JAKES, M, D„ CM.
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE:
GREENWOOD CITY
QR* WHITE,
Graduate of McGill University.
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
jj   P. McLEOD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Midway, R. C.
IJ    S. CAYLEY,
Barrister and Solicitor.
GlIANIl FOUIIS, 11. C.
C    ADRIAN   MEYER,
Minino Broker,
Notary Puhlic, Etc.
Barnard Ave., Vernon, B. C.
pOUBES M. KEHHY, P.L.S.,
A. M. 0, S. C, E„
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR
W.T.SHATFORD & Co.
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General
.Merchants.
We carry the largest and
best assorted stock in this
section of the district and
sell at prices to suite the
times.   .   .   .
NEW (I OOPS CONSTANT!,-?
ARRIVING, SEND FOR PRICES.
[•Jeirioniber
WE ARE AGENTS TOR McCLARY'S FAftOUS STOVES
W. T. Shatford & Co.
Fail view, Camp McKinney, Vernon   and Slocan City,
tftift,...
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KETTLE RIVER MINIMI DIVISION,
Records   for   lbe    Week     Ending
November oth, iSi;8.
MINERAL LOnVHO.NS,
NOVEMBEB 2.
Apollo, Skylark camp, J, Lcyson,
NOVliMnER ,'l.
Olie, Rock Creek, II. Reed and li. II. Liindsdmvne, for I he army.  Tlieru wn
Perkins. J n feeling ol expectancy thruughout ih
|    Minnie, Rock Creek, B, Perkins, 11. speeches and everything that could lie
Reed and E, H, Perkins, construed as an allusion  to war was
Florence, Eholt Oreek, J, Lindsay,     j ped at liy lhe assembly wilh pro-
•'n righl In expect fnnn the iisitiiins
whose territory bordered on the Dervish liiri'llnry not ill F«*i*Hii*j* and jealousy, lint llie fullest measure if gratitude,'1
Admiral -Sir Newell Salmon the Hrst
and prlni'lpal naval aide-decamp in
i,i*' () n, responded Cor the navy, and
lli" Si'i'ii'iury uf Slut" for  war   Lord
Notary Public,
Midway, n. 0,
J   CHRISTIE, M.R.C.V.S.
(BDINBUKQHi BOOTLAND)
All Domicile Aniimil**; treated on Hcliinllflc
principles
Itcstdonoo - -  - ■ GREKNWOOJ), 11. 0.
Greenwood Assay Oloe*
.1. C Luckenbel, Prop.
Assayer   ur|d   Analytical
Chemist.
Cn-ar&&zti-w<*4a4ft, 33. C
Mining Proportion ';■■ unlnpil uu' Uoportosl '.**
Biekarrts. Benerman & Co.
MIDWAY, ll.C,
REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL
AGENTS.
MINING BROKERS.
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE,
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., H.C. A.
Civil Ei|fjmeer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND    SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
rrlgation Proieets, Engineering anil Survey
Work, with Plans anti Estimates in any
Portion of tho Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle Itivor
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
G. A. Oui'ss. M. A.
II.A.tlcnsH, M. A,
GUESS BROS.
Chemists ani Assayers
Tlmrniitflily fmniliiir willi Kainirw and
Honndary Orook Mlnoral Proportion Properties iCxniniiied. Aswiys and AiialysoB of Oi'm,
Fuels* Kic.
QREBNWOOD. 11, r
Mountain  View,  fmelional,  Providence cainp, J, Lindsay,
NOVEMBEB   1.
Cashier, Deadwood camp, J. Lucy,
Exchequer. Deadwood camp,  P. M,
Greenwood,
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DRI1 MILLS
DM    1'UUUJllilU    IfilUiiO
- = . MILLS AT VERNON, B. C. . - .
MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE FLOUR
Hungarian, Three Star, Strong Bakers, Superfine.
All produced by the celebrated Hungarian Plansifter system,
Try some, mad* by ths only Plansifter mill In tlie Province.
....WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR A SPECIALTY,..,
Sec That Kadi Suck is Marked
-*:B. P. Bitot & Co. Ltd., Protista, Visfe B. I
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of 'travel
Slnpping
Is situnti'il nt Rock Ori'i*'(. B.O., nn   ilm main mul
between Penticton ".ml all Bounil.iry Creek points.
place for stages.
Good. Fishing •■:- Good Hunting-:- Bestof Accommodation.
lVXt-C4a.m*.$_ dsiidt It'.oot.-^icttti.,   ProEJ3?ssotorH
5sE3£'3is'--i:sa
Oood accommodation althe
HOTEL PENTICTON
 IFc&.'s*	
Travelers, [Commercial men, Mining' Jmen
and Sportsmen,
E. J. SCOVIL,
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minim; BROKER,
REAL ESTATE,
INSURANCE AND
GEN'KRAI, AGENT,
ABSTRACTS   OF TITLE  FURNISHEII ON A I*
PLICATION.
Correspondence Solicited,
Midway and Greenwood, B. C,
M. 11AKIIKTT. II. 'I'. IKIIIIISIIN'
BOUNDAHY CKBEIK
Engineering and Assaying Co.
G-men wood Oil y, B, O.
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
lines Examined and Reported on
hoiongh Arqniiiiitiiiinc with tin* Kettl
IIIht mill Hoiiniliu*}- Crook Mining
Districl.
Terminus of stage
lines from—*-*-*-•**
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W. C. HAYWOOD     -     -
Proprietors, Iu lieui 1
NOVEMBEB 5.
W. II., fractional, Copper ciinif
Hn inni.
NIIVI'.VUSI'],'?.
Ln. Grande, Rock Creek, J, Mulhol-
Innil.
NOVEMBEB H.
Lincoln, fraclionul, Central cnmp, A.
3. Fleil,
Dick Dun, Skylark cnmp, ti, 0, Rich*
ai'lla.
CEBTIFIOATES OV WORK,
NOVEMBEB  f.
I). A,, Boundary Oreek Mining nml
Milling coinpaiiy.
November 5.
Alhatnhrn, 15, M. 15. Munns el al.
TBANSl'EBS.
NOVENBFJi 2.
Boston,!, Inlerest, W, 3. Gilismi In
.1. II. I) 'Sinais'l'S.
NOVEMDEB I,
May Day, nil Interest, J. F, Cunning
lniin t.i W. II. liniris.
Spiikntiu, all inleresi, J. A. Frank to
Bnundiiry Creek Mining and Milling
conipiiny,
Xl IV KM BE 11 7.
Ln Grande, all Interest, J.  Mulliul-
liinil to li. Pittendrigh.
NOVEMnEB 8.
Berlin, 5 Inleresi, A. IJ. Oliver to
Onr! Bender,
New F-terlioro, all
Punch in Bnundiiry Falls Mining Co.
New GaJ, fractional, nil interest. ,1.
Hunch lo Boundary Fulls Milling Co.
NOVEMBEB 1).
Admiral Dewey, ,| inleresi. F. K.
Mr.Miiiiii In H. II. Lli,si I,.
Golden Fleece, J interesl, Roller!
Wood io II. B, Elintt.
Tip Tup, I interest,.). 0, Haas In II.
R, Eliott.
Snppho, J iulorest, Randolph Stuaii
to II. ti, Ellolt,
Tiilhy, J interest, Randolph Stuart
to II. II, Lliiil I.
Rhnda, I interest, Randolph Stuart
to II. I;, Ellott.
Tip Top, J interest, G. T. Hodgson to
H. R, LliiiiL,
Tip Top, j., interest, Win. B, Rickards
In J. C, Haas and R Stuart,
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Iii Honor of Kitchener.
London, Nov. 4,—The hatiquel givei
In Gi'iiernl Kilclii'iii'i' nl llu* Mansiui
house I his evening was an exceptionally hrllliaut affair. A trophy of British anil Egyptian lings entwined lind
lieen arranged ahove the Lord Mayor's
sent, The guests, who woro full dress
uniforms, with rilihoosaiiddccorallous,
included Ihu Duke of Oiiinluidge, the
iM,ii-ijui.s uf Snlisliury and  the other
Cninp Nl   inney, calilnel inltiisters i  Lords Roherls, of
:ili(iwn.v, (!reenwo|Kl,   Klllldu|wi, LorfSlrathconaand Mount
Corson, Grand Forks,   ,,     ,   ,.  ,...,.
mill Marcus Wnsli | Koynl, Sir William Vernon tlarcoart,
Lord Rosehery, Lord Wolseley, the
Wi L. LEONARD    euiuinandur in chief of the forces, Luid
S.  Larsen.
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Pairview,
Osoy   s,
Orovillc  Wash.
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Russell, of Killinve.il,  the lord chief
. jii-siii'i' ni England, Lord.Curaon, ni
.   ^        Ki'iilesiun, Hn* newly appointed  vice
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Use 0. K. Flour.
The Best Flour m Canada.
WE carried nil'Iirsl prize for Flour as well
as for Wheal al the Wew Westminster
exhibition, Our Brands nre Huuv-amn,
XXXX, Best Pastry, Strong Bakers and
Economy, nnv nne of whisii is a long way
superior to Washington Hour. Ask your
grocer tor a Hour that gives universal satisfaction, Get any of the 0. K. brands and
jam will never regret it.  __*   _t^ ' ^
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kanagan Flour Mills Company Ltd.,
Af2tft,rflK.-23"Si'Si,f3iffil22Sr, U.O.
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X   \ I    I    I , '   ^iiigilieiipinisinllinilliBrllainhi:,
■f  roy of India, Sir Joseph Llsler, presi-
ij    I   deutol His' Royal society, lhe Duke ol
ftttii   Miii'lboriiiigh, Mr, Henry White, the
United Slates charge d'affaires, Baron
Rothschild, Judge Lauiliuii Tree, for*
r   I'oruierly  Uuiled Slaliis  minister lo
a   Russia and ulhers of the hixhest rank
■    in ills'  lliiii.-li i-iiijiui-.   In  nil ihere
well" ilunil iljtlgllesls piesenl,
iia   iff
,.;       Afler iln' Invltigcup had lieen clrcu
' Inled ii," Lulil Mayur tousled Un
t*iileeu, ilia I'iiin-i' nl \\'iil,a- nnil Mn
Ruyal faiuily, lu which llie Duke of
Cambridge responded.
Luid lluaeliery toasted llu* army and
navy, paying u glowiug i ribute tu Lord
Kitchener and liis gullauL comrades
nm! in Lord Cioiner nnil ihe Egyptian
nml Soudanese forces, "whose brilliant
campaign, just closed is tl iosI con*
I I suiiimate In the annals of British mill-
Ini-y history for80 yenisniiil fur more
beneficial aud extended, in its result
Iluin, perhaps,any recurded In history,'
'iiie campaign, said land Uuseliery,
had wiped out tlie"blnodlesl and most
nged cheers, When Sir Nowell Salmon alluded tu Hie "preparedness nf
llu* navy," and Luid Lnndsdiiwne to
Hie readiness nf lbe army," there were
prolonged cheers.
Tlie assembly greeted the rising uf
Ihe Marquis ol .Snlisliury lo luast Ihe
Sirdar with nervous silence, as it liad
been whispered lhat be bad no Important nnd grave slatemenc in make.
His statement was important, but it
was pncilic as he announced a seltle-
mi'iil ul Hie difficulty wilh France.
Tie premier said in part ; "Nu one can
wonder al the vast enthusiasm by
which the career nf ihe great soldier
hns lieen received, especially when we
consider the strange dramatic inlerest
uf llu* circumstances and conditions
amid which bis laurels were won hv
the Sirdar, Besides being n splendid
soldier, he Is also a splendid diplomatist, ll mny have required unusual
talents successfully In carry out the
delicate mission up the Nile which con-
ducted him into Hie presence of Major
Marchand, The Sirdar has lately expressed Iho hupe lhat lhe difficulties
arising from the presence nf Major
Marchand may lie within lbe puwer of
diplomacy lo adjust, 1 am glad to say
I b it, up to a cerl ain pninl, he lias proved
a I rue prophet, This afternoon I received from the French ambassadur the
information Ihal Ihe French government have come lis the conclusion that
the occupation nf Fashoda is of oo sort
of value. (Prolonged laughter and
cheers.) And thai lley thought, in
I.- si'si. .l.iiiies ->'■'•-' elrrun aianies Ibnl to persist in an
occupation niiiiii wouldonlvcosl thein
money and do harm, merely because
some bad advlserslhought it might he
disagreeable lis an unwelcome neighbor, wuuld mil. show the wisdom willi
which, as 1 think, ihe Fi-'iich republic
has lieen uniformly guided,
"They have dune what I believe
every govi'rnineul would have done In
the same posilion, resolved llial the
ma iip.sl inn musl cense (cheers). I must
nm tie understood sis saying that all
causes of controversy are removed,
That, is not so. Doulilless (here will he
many discussions belween us i but a
somewhat aculeand Bomewhatdangerous cause uf differences has been removed,"
General Kitchener's reply, whieh
was modest and nut Important, gave
unslinled praise lo lhe llriiish, Egyptian and Soudanese troops. Tin*.Sirdar
said lie w,suid indeed have been an incapable leader if lie had failed uf victory wiih such soldiers, llegavesiuue
details as to llle expenses of the expedition, dwelling wilh pride upon lhe
cheapness nnd, in summing up lhe
"assets Hint remain," referred to (ICO
miles of railway, guilhouts, a flotilla of
sniliiu,' craft, nnd, afler a pause, lhe
Soudan,  (Laughterand Applause).
A striking feal ure nf Ihe scene, was
Ilia presence of n number of ynung ofll-
(■■is of iln* Guards, Life Guards nnd
i'l-l I.s 'is, who lind served wilh lhe
Sirdar,   Several nf th were wounded
nnd walked wilh ri niches nr wilh their
arm:* in slings,
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The Awful Liltle Brother.
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I asbairosi In r beauty rare, prniaod tan- prolty
si'uki-iii raptiiros ui' tier oyos su tn-lKlit uml
Iniieli ia;,
ni hor il runs io iilcoanil uont, nml her runllfl m>
klllills,' BBOOt,
And iia-insal hor llial il ivih isis idle islsiiinisK,
Then In'* liiile liisstlici'ili-iis-Bpranga s$rin Irom
rur In ('sir,
.\nil,'!i-|iili' hor hood nnil  (Illgor siiiiking
v.iillsiliK.
I'isi*1 uiiuul: "iiii, alto's nil rltflil   Hlio liiuku
■might) Blloklo-nlglit,
Iti.I, "I'l'ssi Bcotl; you'll ouglil lo uec her in
lho morning I
—Donvor Post
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iVlaria Tere.«n Lost.
Tin* Spanish cruiser I he Maria Teresa,
over lh covery of wbich lhe United
Stales spenf,several hundred thousand
dollars, hns at Inst found her resting
plar.e, as on the 8rd nf Nov, when tho
cruiser «sfs nff Sim Salvador, Bahamas,
unil"!'way In New York, she was
struck by a heavy Btortii, which very
suun sent her tothe bottom, although
strenuous efforts were put foilb liy the
crew in save Iur. Fortunately no
lives wits' lust. TIIK ADVANCE
.Midway, B, ft, NOVEMBER U,
THE ADVANCE.
(iood Ore Found in the Bullion.
W.fl. NORRIS.
Pabllal
.l'i,,„.,siK',',.i,;   The very guod strike of ore repo.'
i lu have In* niiuii' some liuie since
is kly  ai  Midway, H, C,        .,    ,, , ,, ,
Biioaoripttoii Pilso, W.00 por annum. poyaMo the Bu linn claon in Greemvnod cm
in ii'lvssiiiv.iaiiiia- yoarly in- hall-yearly at tho has not disappoinled Ihe holders of
option of lho subsmtior. ' .    .
Aifviiiai-iis^ b.tira Boot on application. property on nssiiv, nsil   is  shown
TluniKli tlio coiu - of Tub Advanok aro      „, .  .,,., ,,      ., ,..,,,
almyiopoo lor Iho aiscussloii nf inattor« ol   '■»"? ■?" '"   "■" <"» «>'  "" Vlll>
public interosl,ami Importance, wo iln notnoe- Consldorini' tlml Hi i* wns mel «
iit'.-ai'ilyiiiiiliii'ss; any jf tho opinions expressed.  ,,,.„.        , .
CoiTiapoiidonooofaporsonalnaturowlIliiotbo in llu* vein a-few feel limn Hn* bum
palatal. ibis is nnl nl all bail nml certainly
sures good ore being mel with as
in
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Sf.ction 29 A.
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 14,1898,
ledge is further broken inli
Wu do not know if it is possible for
the government lodoanyihing in lhe
matter of providing a luck-up af Cascade Cily fur which provision wns
made In I he last estimates, hul If any
thing can he dune liefore the imw esti*
males are passed through file bouse,
no lime should lie lust, for a lock-up is
badly needed al lliis point, Active
railway cunsl 1 uclion is in ing cnnied
on lo llle eiis-i and wesl nf Cascade
Cily, and as a consequence nu undesirable element has been attracted.
These require all Ihe restraint necessary to keep ihem in llieir place, nml
as llieir place is oftentimes in llie lockup, und there is not nne at all at Cascade Oily, the officials are put In no
end of trouble ill keeping 'he peace.
The government dues nut seem tu realize that il isa haul mutter for three ur
fuur constables, wil bout propel' places
of detention for the rowdy element, In
lunk lifter Ihree or four thousand men,
principally foreigners, and as well ihe
citizens of the towns along tlle rotilenf
construe!inn, bul, it is neverlheless,
unil something should be doue lo
affoid relief.
In our last week's issue in referring
to the visit of Mr. Jauies Martin, our
member, to this portion of liis district,
we made mention of the fact that be
had suggested a good plan whereby liis
constituents could bring to bis notice
tlie needs of the locality in tlie matter
uf public wurks. The plan suggested
was tliat the citizens shuuld congregate
.together nml confer one with the other
and determine the most urgent needs
of tbe locality, nod after doing so,
recommend that these should be carried out, at the same time giving ail
necessary information including tlie
approximate cost. That Ihesiiggeslion
met with approval is not to be won.
dered at, as it presents an oxtremely
favorable way In wliieli,* through our
member, tn present tu the government
our claims for recognition in thisdirec-
tioil, and that the same will lie acceptable to the government there cnn be
no doubt, fur it would seem that the
government will nut only countenance the plan but have also recommended it, a notice tn this effect appearing iu the last issue uf tlie British
Columbia Gazette. The government
oven goes further than this for au invitation is extended to persons living
in any portion of tho province, lo forward lo the Lands and Works Department information as to any puhlic
works it is desirable to have carried
out. Such being the case, tha sonner
the citizens of this place nnd iu fact
the residents of every locality in tlsi'
province comply witli lbe Invitation,
the better, foi' liy so doing they will
render a great aid to the government
and through the government tu the
locality hi which they reside. Upun
this same subject the News' Advertiser
in a recent issue says as follow.-,:
"A notice whicli appears in tlie 'Gazette' is an Indication of the careful ami
businesslike milliner In whicli the government is managing the affairs of Use
province, It is a request that persons
in different parts ol the country shuuld
forward to tho Lands and Works lie
pnrtment Information as to any public
works whioh il mny be desirable to
have carried out, It is noi nf course
supposed tliat all the reeonmienilni Ions
whicli may be senl, iu, in respnn e i>i
this; Invitation cnn be acted on. lliu
by this means Iho government's ntton-
lion will In* called in 1!"' ni od 1 uf the
different localities 1 it will have ibe
1 pportmilty of investigating the recommendations 1 ascertaining what nre Hie
most urgent or Important wurks lis be
done nnd llirir probable cost aud Ihen
it will be alile to judge how fur Ilm
available revenue will permit of Hie
proposed expenditures,
"It is not, of course, intended In Ignore liie representations of tbe members for tbe various districts lu inviting
these suggestions from others. Lot iu
few cases (am a member examine completely nil the needs of a district, large:
as they nre in this Province, or be able j
to give such accurate details as a resilient in the locality, The government
will also by this method have llu* opportunity of comparing tl ember's
recommendations witli those of bis
constituents nml ascertaining what
those works are 011 tTie importance of
which both agree,"
CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION
ill' AX-
Extni-Proviiieliil Foreign Oompany.
1 llial
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the 1
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West
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nf 1111
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in-Is*.
"Companies  Art.  1807."
Till;  WATERLOO fllNINO  AND   MILLING
COflPANY.
Roglstiircil lho iffllli ilay ol Octobor, 1898,
1 HEREHY CERTIFY ilmi I hnvo ibis ilny
I mtlsteroil "Tin' Wnli'i'loo Mlnlmr nml Mill-
inn Conipiiny" ns 1111 extm-Provinrtnl Company
uniler tho '■Coiniiiuiiim Act 18il7" (0 carry nnl
ur of feet lift or sun- ol iln- *sl i.-.-l- heroiimllor
sss torih, 10 which 1 hn legislative nnllmrilv af
llio Logislnturo of British Columbia 1-a nil-
Tin- head ofllco nf iln1 compnnv is Bituato nl
thoCltyotSpokiiiicSliitoot Washington I'M.A.
Thoamoiinl nf llio capital n£ tlio company la
lliii; Hundred Thousand dollar*, divided into
ono million slinros of ton acuta encli.
Tho bond ofllco of llu* company in this Pro-
vins-s! is sililsllt: at Ciiinn McKimiev, mill
Thomas Graham, 'aincr ivIiobo niblrosB Is Cnmp
McKliinoy (ifiss-s'ssiisl. is Hns nltorisoy fm1 iln'
conipnll.r,
Ttio objects for which llsr,",ni|iiiiiv luis boon
established nro: Tu work, npornlo, buy, Bell.
loaso, locate, acquiro, procure, hol-1 ami doal in
severally, mine's, miials. mlnoral claim** af
ovory kind nnd description within lli" tliilleil
Stntcs nf linoiicn imi British Columbia, in
. 1  I    .   1:     I lr;Ug lll-il - iLr.llH- !.:= Ill ■-:
purchnse, acquire, hold, creel ami oporato
olcctrlclightand pmvor plants for lin- purpose
of mining nnd treating ores, anil for tha purii 1-1
,,' o- ,'  - lh : Iflnml s - itlng power for nil
nn; is,-,-: 1 i-a. Iinj.li-,,.,- >-nii. and Imlil
nit ils,-a' ilia,*-, nd water ligblfi 1 lo conslriict,
lonso,buy, -iii ni'il opornto railroads, ferries,
tramways nnil other moaim nf transportation,
fsss- Irniippoi'lattng sires,   milling  nnd olhor
 lorlnlilo own/bond, buv, ss-ll lonso, incnlo
llmbornml limber olalms 1 tnilnnnil conilncl a
gonoral iiioroiioll:o business, nnd. filially, to ilo
anything consistent, proper nml requisite fui
III" I'l'l'l'iimf suit nf Ills*  OOJCOlS  Illll!    lisuaii'scs
nforoHild, In tholr fullost nml broadcBl sense,
1111 bin lbs- lonitory aloi'OBaid.
Given undor my ham] nml sonl nf ofhco nt
Victoria,Provlnoo nf HiiiMi Columbia, lliis
20th day 1 (Octoberono Ihousuml eight hunilroil
nml iilnoty-oigLt.
(Senl) S, Y, WOOTOi**,
RogiBtrnr of Joint Slock CompnnlcB,
ESTo-feS.©©.
NollcolB horoby given ttmi ,111 nnpHcnllnit
will bo iiindo l" iln- I'l'ovlnclnl Paillsslncnl nf
Hi'lMfi I'nlnuibiaiil ilm no.11 usssslsin thereof,
fui-nn nsil in Incorporalo 11 cmapnii) in eon-
struct nml maintain a railway from n
jinini nl or near tbo town of Midway, llriiish
Columbia   II '■'   in a   wos orlv sltreotion
following llio valley nf tlio Kcllln River lolls
unction with lho West !*'in-kof Ketllo Illver,
Iboncoup tbo valley of lho Wesl fork of Kotllo
lilvor lis n poinl nt nr man- Ilm inmilli nf I'' nvol'
Crock a tributary of lho West fork nf Ketlle
lilvor. willi powor n* construct, oporato inni
maintain branch lln-w,
Also wltb power in coiifitruot, opcrato nm'.
mnliitnin Iclegrniili nnd telephone Ian ■. su well
lnr commercial purposes as tlm business nf Mm
railway; and i.n other necessary nml usual
powers.
Dated tills 2Blh day of September, 1»".
li. II. vrNCENTl
Vgonls Car applicant
I. THOMPSON   j
1*. i-i- j.i^ii^iji:--.»:';-i;x.-;2^^^.x^^!i*i^.'.'iLifn^^Q^j
LICENSING COURT.
\ I OTICK ia hereby given ta.it nppllcalion wiil
;M a., mmlonl Ihu nexl Billing of tho Licensing Court in tn Imid ni Midway lor tbo Imuster
oflholicensi forlho aula nf liquor by rctnil
now held by llio undersigned in reaped nf ilm
premLiea known a- ilm "Mnunlaln House"
-ina is; outer's prc-onipll icarllo:kCreek
m.l. ll. ChrtBtophoi'81111 mul Usui n copy nf lliis
nolieoIniBboon dcposllosl uiili Vi. II. Nun-is.
Ks(|„ nnil .In s Kerr,  Esq., .Insliiis's of Ills-
Peace within tho County ol vnlo.
Doted tlsis I llli day uf Novombor, 1893,
W. II. CONKLK.
LICENSING  COURT.
NOTICK Is hereby glvon Unit isl: llso nexl
alltlng nf tho Llccnalnj '.'imrl to; iold
at Midway npplluntisni will bo made I'm' iln'
transfer to Lynch & llunipliroj nf tii" llconao
a,a ilie - do ai liquor in rolnll now Imlil in rami /iis isi'i'inlai ■ known na ilm si. Louis
fisilol lun hoGiildi a' town minora! claim
nl 1 nmp .'.1, Klnnor,un' Hint   ■  •-so of llib
1 ,, In  heendi'iin lied willi W il. Norris,
Esq., nm! .Innius ions', Kan , .llintlcoa uf Um
I'l-nia- uilliin IhoCoiinlynl vale,
Unleil Ha  I tdny of Snvon Iiei 1808.
I'ltANK luiNAbll,
T.DON \I.n.
I'.v tlwlr attorney In ami
.1. M, LYNCH,
Mineral Act 1806.
Certificate nl   Improvements,
fi-.tt--.,
WnvilN llll.l.,   1'l.aia',.  VlliillNIA, Ml.'.aas.'.l,
Claims.
Situs'lo in lho Osoyoos Mining Division nf
Ynle dlstriot, Where located; Camp
Fnlrviow.
TAKIi NOTICK, thai t.Ctini. tie lilolflGroon
ngenl fnr Win, ilnlrymplo. freo aai: ra
eorlllli'iilo Nn. ,' 101: Ail-in Dnlrvniplc free
miner'scortlllcntc an. nil-', nml Duncan 1 u-
inielinol, free Ulllim iiasi'llfluil Na, I |; I.i, inli mi., i a.v days from  Ilm dalo hereof,   in
apply I mis- Mining Hi 'dor for 11 Corllflrato
i,| Im   iivonu-nlH. fi)i*Ih   ■■   nosn ol oblalning
And fui'llior lako 1 ollci 'an1 notion, niidor
Hoeitoii 87, inuBl  lu- oominenccd  boforo tlm
;..,< mc ioi audi I 'I'llftcntoof Improvomonls,
Dnled 1Mb 8th dny ol Novombor, 1808,
iHKncrasKJBnwiTmti ,*-.--:■-r.-. —
Commercial Job Printing,
AT'Till' ADVANCE,'
tKBYgivo nottco thai GO days hf tor (tote
lenil lo apply in tlioChti't1 '' mis-slmier
il* m .■ Ivorkfl fni> puniiis inn Lo mircliOHo
Iotv|iiir(lu8orll)o(. i'i"1- ot Iiii"' fiitHHto
Rirvlyw ill the District of Yulo, IU\,u*:
IllOIK'illg at npu-l   jilanli"! Oil  tllO   Ifafll
iry of my pre-emption uin point twenty
Norlh of tho South Kiwi cornor thereof:
Kiwi forty uhniiw in ihoS, K. corner of
lipllul i'u-'; ihonce North, forty olinln*, to
I., uoriicr nf lain' applied for; Ihcnco
t.i t\ ilmins i" the N. !• corner ul' mv
tion ; thenco South along Kual bounilary
pre-emptiom, forty eliatiia lo poinl of
I'in-i'iii-'iii and coiiluliiltiK 100 norofl more
,l. K. ItOBINSON,
Iul Rilrvlow,Oct,2211(1,1808,
Seed WW Fer Sal;.
i.za:",. ~: :: "■::. sii- ft.ifti_—s_)
Parties needinggood
clean fa 1 seed wheat
fm- planting, should
call on |. A. Coulson,
f(\ Midway, B, C, who
has two famous vari
tries,, the	
Early Gonessee Giant
-AND-
Dawsons Golden Chaff.
nunpH's s'ssn tic aeon al I-Iuin& Co's sto
Midway.
T
Ilia pnitnoralitp horotoforo subslstuig lie-
livecn Ki'iink ll'imilil, 1 humus llimiildiinil
.liiiniM M. Lynch, doing liiisiimss as tioi.il
keepers nt Camp McKliinoy hns Ibis dm- Isith
diasnlvcd by milium consent. Tlm business
wlllhorouflorbci luctoil by JumosM. Lynch
uml Tin,inns ijumphroy under nm nuine of
Lynch S flumpiirey to wlinin ull debts duo Ilm
list': firm must tm puid.
Haled Ibis 10th day of Oclobor, lfffl.
JAMES 11. LYNCH.
THOMAS HUMPHREY.
NOTICE.
•XI0TICI" is hereby given Usui nnv purlins
s *J trespassing by culling or otherwise inter-
fl't'ring willi liluhor on nur lnmi niliiiiniiif,- llu1
I'own of Midway, will bu piwociilciL
STUAHT* Ndiinis.
MINERAL ACT, J.89G.
Certilicate ol   Impro/ements.
IWIi'lli.CJlfEX.
VlllCIMA MlNlillAI, Cl 1IM.
Situate in tiio Kottlo River Mining Division
of  Vnie District.      Where    iosntssl
Graiinms Camp.
"TAKK NOTICE Hint 1. I'"orbofl M. Kerb)
I I'.L.a.nangenl lnr Edwin Sniilli Omhiini
free millers corllllcato No. RUSH, intend, .-i.\t\
'In).- fi s Ii'i' ilnli' Imri'uf. lu nii|ily  In His
Minim; lice riter fin 11 s ii'lilicalc ul Impiove-
iii,-ma fni-llio punn c '■!' oblnjuing a s msvii
Hrnnlof tlioillioveololm.
Anil furtlior lake nolieo Hint nellon. uml
socliiin 111, mum !"■ I'limmonced before ll
isfiiiiueeofaiichCcrlillralcoflmpriiveiiicnts.
tinted Ibis 12th day of October, 1MB.
Mice of DissolotioD of Partner
ship,
NOTICE Isherobv glvon llml ilm co-partner
ship heretofore existing hohv  A. 11.
Tillman nnd ll. A. Mason doing buslncBB under
tin* nuine inni stylo nf Tin- ll.C. Lumber Co..
nl ilm town nf rain-low it U„ has lliis day
Vi'ii sli-smvi'il by  luui consent. The Inni-
hush In llio future will ho carried on msslcr tlm
sumo namo anil aiylo liy A. IC. MiiRon ami
O, N. Maurer, ilm now firm .iBautntng nil
liabiilliCB nnd collootlng all iiecounlsol Um old
coinpaiiy,
A. II. TILLMAN,
A, E, MASON,
The Hank of
British North America
ESTABLISHED 1830.
Incorporated by Itoyul Cluirtcr,
Pald-tlp Capital     -     -     -    $-1,1106,603
Resorvo Fund     ....     I,CS7,000
London Ollleo t ilcl its' Luno, Lombard 81,
15, C.
Court of Hlreciurs.
,1. If, Hruillo, .1 am ,li s Cater, Qnspni'il
Kurri i. i,ii-liur.l II, nlsu, Henry J, Earror, Ed.
Arthur Heme, II, J. H- Kendall, .1. .1. Kings*
font, [I'rodorlc Lubboclc,Gcorgo li. Whnlmun.
Si i s-i'tury, A. II. W.11.1,1s.
Hi'iui Olllci' in C niu.si. -faniofl BL.Moiilroal,
H.8TIKEMAN, J. ELM8LY,
Qenoral Muting ir, hiflpoolor.
Branohos in Canada,
London, tlrantford, llumtllon. Toronto, Kisigs-
I'lii.nuuwn. Montreal,Quebec,St, -li'lni N. It.
Ih'undon, Winnipeg, Man., Eri ri'- N, li.,
Hnllfiu, N. H„ v 'hi, Vancouvor, IIobbIiiiiiI,
Knslo,Trail, Slocan cilv, ,'siiil Qreonwoodll.O,,
UawBouClty, Klondike, N. WT,
Agents in the United States.
Bpoki : Tradcra Nntlonal Runk, nud Old
Nullonal Bunk.  Now York I titi Wall Stool),
IV. I.iir.aainnliil.l. I'. Welsh,llgollls.   San l'*l'slll-
cIbco,(ISlSunsonioatvcoHII, 5!..I. MoMlehaol
nml,I. li. AmbroBo,nghnts,ngonts.
London Bankers,
Tim Hank uf Englii'.id suiil Mossrs. Olyn & Co.
Foreign Agents.
Llvorpool, Bank uf Llvorpool. Australlo,
Hilton llunkolAuatralfu. NowZealurd,! nton
Hunk uf A'l-nriliu, Is.aiMsf Nuw Zealand [lllllll,! hbui, inin Julian, Chniiorod Mors llio
Hunk uf India, Lnuimiisml ciiimi. Agi-n bank,
Llil. Wesl InslloB, Ciilonliil Hunk. I'nris,
Tnrounnl, KrnussS Oo. byona, Crotlll Lyon*
nnis.
M.J, AnDHIMOX. Mfjr,
IllTI-llWllllll,    Ii.l'.
m
m
II Me Toiip
m
Mliili^liil' «£SS£3S$5S:5£$*«-
i -/jv *4> */i> */I>
» It* is ,-i iliity vnu OWP In yniirscli' In examine  throughly  before   ymi
^ lllrtkoil pui'clii'isc, this is wlinl I ask ynu tn iln with my large stuck of
r*. Underwear, just arrived,   I have si une that aro Pure Wool (nothing
* Imi wool)somu are wool unil cotton mixed, and somo are ail cotton,
+ I tell ynu just what, they are, not like snine dealers who will sell ynu
\ COttoil pniiils lol' weul.
iliiliili.^i
'iWAWi-wj*;
ii
p
m
H,iH.'.,n.niii
4.1 4,4 1,1 4,1 I
'MM My Stock is Complete
g in Tlie Following Lines
17-
\r |
wm
m
Mens Suits
Mens Overcoats
Mens Pea Jackets
Mens Mackinaw
m
Coats m.
mix
P
hambers & Co. Vernon
Befilors in Shelf and Heavy Hardware.
PAINTS,  OILS, STOVES, TINWARE, etc.
: Jobbing' Tinsmiths ancl Plumbers :■
^39$$S9$9992immm99*fSZ99$99999999*2$$
2?i    nnr*rr\/i rur /•* n n    Write us lor estimates and   4!-.
| ACETYLENE GAS, sssr&iS&z }
Wc solicit ihc patronage nf the public, ancl trust by fair dea-
iiiL;, and righl prices, to merit your confidence,
*, * .    ,.
I'l oil orders receive our prompt aUerition.
■   ;■* a, l,f'■:■:■■■. fft-if 2   ..;,.
- ':*" -■"."■     ;        l-l,. - .a-
(lraiui Prairie Hotel.
McLAREN l-;Ix;OS
GRAND PRAIRIE HOTEL
Carson, B. C.
N direct route to the
Boundary Creek and
Colville Reservation
points.   .   .
-   Proprietors.
Till CANADIAN BASK OF COMMERCE.
HEAD OFFICF, TORONTO.
CAPITAL,   (PAID   UP),SIX   MILLION   DOLLARS.
A Braeli of tills Bankte I10911 oponeil at Greenwood, B.C.
Savings Bank iieposits of $1.00 and upwards received,
ami interest allowed thereon,
APPROVED NOTES DISCOUNTED, DRAFTS SOLD
A (JKNI'.UAI, HANKING lU'SIXIlSS IIIAMIACTHI).
W  H,  MORRIS,  MANACEd, PHO'.TEM.
K,t Kit Kit Kit Kit Kit :it Kit *-'ii'i <liH.i Uiili itliilUliHiiliHi Mi iii Hiil'.H'
7,i7,7V,7'',77,77t7ii',?'4',7'<,7 /,i ir.i t,i 4,14,1 /,i t,i 4,14,14,14,1 i,i 4,14,1 t,i t,7'
Hi
Druggists Sundries,
Patent Medicines, Etc.
-A.T-
MiIter's Pharmacy QreenwoodLB.c.
TJT&.±11. 0.-c-dLo:i.*E5 Solicited.
ft
t -,.>*,T" Kit *.>• *,» lit Sit <1,t^,t^]tHiiliiliH.i^liHAHi.HiH.i,
i"V,7V,i"7,l'<.' "/'(i't,! 4,17(14,1 ii»> 4,i 4,1 .,1 4,1 4,1 4,1 <'V 4,1 4,1
.. ^/ Kit Kit Kit Kit  ll,* Kit Kit -ft  *-!*
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'it -JiV .»> fiv*
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H.i
/,7
H.i Midway,'IB. 0., November It,
THE  ADYAXl'l*.'
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
S00 PACIFIC ROUTE.
The Cheapest . 11/
Quickest
Shortest Route
0
Toronto, Montreal, Halifax,
Boston, New York and
All Eastern, European,
and Pacific Coast Points.
STR. ABERDEEN Leaves Pen-
ticton dally, except Sunday, making connections with trains at OkaitiiKiin Landing for
SiciunouH Junction to join main line trains
cast and west.
Through Tickets lo and from the Pacific Coast
to Eastern and European Points,
Equipment unsurpassed, combining palatial
dining and sleeping cars, luxurious day coaches,
tourist und free colonist slcoping curs run on
all trains,
Por Information as to time, rates, etc, apply to
S. L Smith,     D. R. fflc-Elnion,
Agont, Penlieton.  Agent. Greenwood, H.C.
Or to E J. Coyta,
Dtst, Pass'r Agent. Vancouver.
nxT.xZiXi]
Should carefully consider
the cost of mu id-eft, and
hy figuring, find out that
all kinds of
Rough -:- and Drossed:-: Lumber,
Shingles, ■ Latlis, - Etc.,
can ha purcliasod nt the
Grand Forks Sawmil
CHEAPE3 THAN
ANYWHERE ELSE.
♦♦>♦♦
■:■ Firewood $1 Per Load, ■:■
G. K. Simpson, Prop.
S. A. Ill k GO.
(Successors to H. N. Taylor!
Chemists ani Druggists
Vernon, B. G.
Keep is I'irst-Olsiss stock nf
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
 QtVBN TO	
MAIL ORDERS.
POSTOPPIOB BOX HI,
R. H. PARKINSON,.
{ftjg   Architect and
—L  Civil Enginoer,..
Financial,
I^eul Estate,
Insurance and
Mining' Ag"ci|t.
—•—
*»a y ot a i i i m  p i; 111, i <.".«•-**
— -*■—
12 all viow Townsite Agent,
... ADI1UKSS ...
R. H. PARKINSON,
K.UUVIHW, 11. 0.
Correspondence Solid lnsl.
MM        i.wi — —— —_—
D. McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
GREENWOOD, B. C.
s\ll Minis of Work lixooiileil lo tins Sails
ncliun of l 'is.-i.,,-i,i s-.-..
Heinze After the C. P. R.
It is reported I but K, AnRiist Heluzie
formerly owner of flu* Trail Smelter,
hns filed a suit against lhe 0. P. II.
company In Montreal, for PAOOO, in
whieh be alleges that lhe daid compnny
have fiiri'i'iilily taken over In themselves certain personal property, which
was not, included III tbe sale liy him,
From inliii'iiiaiinn  recently i ived,
it is learned lhat there are a number
nf sensational leal nies in llle case,
Tiled, P. U. com pany eluiin Ihal
they bought everything In ulghl for
the sum of $800,000 cash and have taken
possession nf eveiyihlng they could
llllll llf Ileinze's.
tin far it lias not been made puhlic
just whal the "personal property" alleged In have been wrongfully taken
ciinsisis of, but Mr, Heluzle's general
business manager, P. J. Pll'-gerald, bus
been called easl in consull wiih the
millionaire smeller man and give full
del nils of ills' inovemenls of lhe O.P.H,
people since tiny took charge,
Completed the Survey.
The survey pnrly which during the
summer bus been running Incline from
Penticton to Boundary Ureek fur the
V. V. k E, railway turned back tu
Penticton ou Thursday lnsl,after making connections at this point wilh the
i'iiluinliiu nml Weslern railway survey
curried oul under the direction of the
U, P. II. officials, it mis thought llml
the V. V. &E, railway party ivould
proceed, afler reaching this point, lo
iun Ihe line ou up Boundary dreek tu
Summit, camp, hul hnving asked for
instructions, Mr. Kennedy lbe chief of
tht! staff, received word from Mr, I). I).
Maun, tn pin.'i'ed no further, bul to
turn buck in Peiiliclon and there superintend Ihe wink ofconslruction, which
will be carried nn throughout the
winter, This therefore lie bus done
taking liis whole party with him.
Frum Ibis it looks very much as lf„llie
V. V. k K. railway charter holders, ure
determined to earn Ihu provincial cash
subsidy,
A New Townsite.
To be strictly iu line uud up In date,
ihe parties who recently acquired cnn-
trot of the Sailor and oilier claims lu
Clump McKinney, huve decided lo lay
out n tuwnsile upon Iheir property,
and iliaii'liy kill twu birds wilh nne
slime, [or while sis-lively pinseculiiig
milling, nhii linei'i'ssiiule Ihc ereclitm
ol many buildings Ibey will found the
U'tIcus nf u lown, anil Ihul too iu
such a position ill tlie camp thut it is
nnl nl ull unlikely llnil lbe place wil'
grow lu be one of much liiipurlance,
Centrally locnted as it. is, lieing sur-
roiinded on nil sides liy mines, il has
niuch chance of growing,and although
it.may tie some time before il assumes
the proportions of Ilnssland, nevertheless the grent milling activity of Ihe
cninp should wurrunt Its being of considerahle sine within a yeur or two.
Mr, S, M, Johnson, P. L. S. bus the
contract for the survey and be bus already proceeded to damp McKinney,
therefore, in the very near future, not
in own n lot in Oamp McKinney will
lie to acknowledge yourself behind the
limes,
The Keltle River Railroad.
In their efforts to secure a charter
fur the Ketlle River Valley railway,
the promoters of the scheme should
mil Ibis lime overlook ;ihn advantage
of securing u provincial churl er, There
can be no question but Lhat the presenl legislature will granl a charter
which will secure is mil way without
furllier cosl in Ihe public treasury,
and I bus endorsed, Ibe hands of iln*
promoters would be considerably
strengthened nt Ottawa,
Thai no attempt was mnde last year
wns evidently due lo tin* strong hold
wliieli the diiuudiun Pucitio Kuilwuy
compnny held upun Ihe Turner gnvern-
ment, which was fully disclosed by tin*
policy adopted with respect in ibe
lli'bni'ki'ii resolution, Thai llu* Onn-
adlan PaciHc Railway cuuipany will
again make slrenunus olforts loilofi'ai
(lie scheme may he expected, hut there
is liiile probability lhat lbe Canadian
Pacilic will again receive such signal
assistance from the Irgitdature or from
[be hoards of Iradc of Vieloria uud
Vancouver,
Tliere is unnlhei'leusnn why n pro-
vlncinl churlerslioiilil lie sought, Tliere
isu feeling of reseulineul in llie minds
of snine public men againsl the pursuit
of a pnlicv which in a incusure ignores
Ibe provincial legislature by the building of railways within the province
uniler Dominion charters, Then* is
no excuse this year for lbe p»omolors
of llie Kettle River railway scheme
allowing the allies of iiu* Cnnndlnn
Pacilic Railway compnny to liglil them
under lbe mask of provincial rights,
They have il in their power to so nurse
their scheme that II can be presented
ns u provincial issue, and iu view of
lbs* forces whicli lhey must, light, at,
Ottawa, they should du so.—Nelson
Tribune.
Spokane Fails
...&. Northern,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
- - A.M.) -
Red Mountain Railways. _
*   i nt
-Wl  fy?~
3     Vs ,"*P? .
I   m 7
AJ V
The  only all-rail route, without change of cars, betv/een
Spokane,   Rossland
and Nelson. . .
DAILY TRAINS,
DOING NORTH. (HHNli Hill Til.
Ui37a.ii  iisMirrs Itil3a.ni.
Train leaving Marcus at 11:111 n. in.
makes close connections al Spokane
with I ruins Fnr all
Pacific Coast Points.
Close connections at Nelson willi
steamhoals for Kaslo nud nil Kootenay
I,nke points.
Passengers for Kettle River nnd
Boundary Creek connect nt, Marcus
wiili sluge daily,
c. «3-. xsesscost,
. P. 5sT, A.
_M Residence Lots „^£
ROCK CHEEK HOTEL . , .
MOUTH OF UOCIC CUI'f'I*..
EE.   S'.i-t-texita^iB'li.,   WC*_W.
I'liisT-Cuss Accommodation foii Gorsts,
GOOD STABLING
■KTExcolloi'l Fishing (sn Keltic Itivei'.jsif
iBB.
*£=v Practical,*_«.
uftGE
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
H, epaii?S^aaJj-g*
OP ALL KINDS
Promptly   and   Neatly
Executed.
 4 . 4	
^* CARRIAGE   FAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
W_S. KEITH, M. E..
ASSWER AND CHEMIST,
BllEENWOOI), 11.12.
PrOPERTlES EXAMINED ANI) REPORTED ON
ABISTll
H. KEYES, Prop,
(Innil Accommodation,
Best Liquors aud Cigars,
First-Class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG  B.C.
«<^»»»i»»S»39I»»»MMMa
5 •*■
til     HENI1Y CARH, O.E.E.M. «
1      -        I
IHENBY 0.0ABH.E. M. J
HrtM ****************** ********* s^^^>^,*>lf,
ffl
Wt Business Lots-^4^—
Ggg ffl,
ijjv^? Choice nl ;_,r("nl locations from $100
upwards.
Excellent   sites,  50x140 at $75;
75x120 ;ii 1100.
II Garden Lots^^rv
fjrM Good soil; wail'*'  handy.     In ]/2
V&uB acre,   1 acre,   2]V2 acre,   111111'5    fflh\
m       ^^- m
WUS   Deferred payments if required. 5?fS
ij&tt Liberal reduction for prompt building".    §$9
S3 The Midway Co., Ltd. §te
ffl&   Midway, B.C.   -and  -   Montreal, P. Q.   ffl
Bob Hall's Stage Line
(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.
Livery, Feed and
Sale Stables .. .
Penticton, B. C.
R. S. HAUL, Prop.
e al last.
LL our winter stock of Dress Goods
have arrived, new, seasonable and
fashionable, the latest patterns in brocaded
Brillantines, Plaids of all kinds, plain Brillan-
tines, Silk lustre, latest French importations
of black and colored Cashmeres and Serges
Fancy Brocaded Dress Pattrns . . .
No two ullko, in colors of brown, purple, blue and
green, also a lull line of domestics,
Dress Trimmings . . .
In jet, steel, silk braid, metallic, end tubular,—But.
tons "of nil kinds—Ladles, childrens and Infants
underwent', lams, toques and capos, in fact everything yon may wish for, Knitting wool in plain
and f'nncv colors,
A Full Line of . . .
Mens, youths and boys clothing, Irish I'Hze ulsters,
pilot jackets In beaver und chinchilla, full lino of
all-wonl underwear, overshlrts in blue and st.-iped
fin 1 nnd  serge,   arctic sweaters,  German  snx,
mills,-inil gloves.
A full assortment of QROCERIES, TOBACCOS and
MINERS' SUPPLIES always on hand.
*iai','ciiicii|lii'r tl)i* Post office Store.***"
I'Hiaim -_*& CO.      ^^iai-wra-y, 2B.C
Practical House and Carriage
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Paper Hanging, Graining and Si-rjo Painting. Also Kalsomining
and all kinds of Decorative Work executed by
[. Nash _ Co., Midway and Greenwood City.
J. P. FLOOD, Miiiiii'ic:
J. KERB, Seoret*
The Keltle River Dressed leal and Provision Co.
HAVE .'ESTABLISHMENTS AT
GREENWOOD CITY   GRAND FORKS
AND MIDWAY
Orders will be delivered in  the towns named, and the
Several mining camps of the district. TIIK ADVANCE,
Midway, ti. P., NovemberH, 1
GREENWOOD
CITY^-
Is the Central Town and Supply Pninl of the Boundary
Cieek Mining Camps. From (bis New Town ronds
lend In the
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
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Wellington, and Smith Camps.
Lots are Selling Freely ami are a Good Investment,
For Price nf Lnls and Othor Information, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood City, Hound:.ry Creel;, ti. 0,
Or Apply lo Agents,
C. F. Costerton, Vernon, B. C.
A. K. Stuart, Vancouver,  B. C.
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.11 Chartered 1863.
?S     Stock Life nnd
' j I  Accident Insurance.
UES the best life insurance
< nracts in the w rid. No
disappointment as to dividends. Everything Guaranteed in advance, Premium
rates, 15 to 25 per cent less
jhan those of old line Mutual companies.
ASSETS, .
January ist, 1897,
$.>o,884.5"* (j>
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LIABILITIES, . .  17,920,260.2 «*
SURPLUS   ....   2,976,424.3 I
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The Travellers Combenalion Accident Policy guarantees foraccideiilal |
under ordinary conditions.
Death Bonoflt    .... is'i
boss of Sight ol Bolli Byes    . 5,00
boss uf lluth Foot or Both Flsinsls 6,009
boss of One Ilnnd suiil One foot fl.llMI
I'erni'Uiont Total Disability 2,501)
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boss ol Right Hund . . 93,600 *
Loss of Legal or silisivo Kneo . 2,50]' j*
Loss of bell Iiiiint . . . I.iki" |jj
Loss of Either Foot 1,11" (ii
Loss of siglsl nf One t ye .     .     . IM (li
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* Liniits of Weekly  Ir|denir|ity $1,800. |
jjj AND, If such injuries ure sustained while riding ns a passenger in a
:   any passenger conveyance using steam   cable,   or  electricity as a ♦
motive power the amount to he paid   .shall belKHJHLE  the  sum ?
specified 111 ilie clause under which the claim is made, X
Cost $52 A  YEAR   TO   PROFESSIONAL   AND    BUSINESS |
Men.and Commercial Travelers. |
Other sums at proportionate rates___+ |
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Wagons, Buggies and Carts,
Massey Marris Binders,
Toronto and Brantford Mowers
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Olive Blow Co's Gang, Sulkey
and Walking Plows.
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MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation,  Good Stabling, T01 minus of Slage Line
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors.
The Sullivan Property.
A deal of considerable magnitude was
put lhrough here a leiv dnys ngo when
a syndicate of Midway capitalists enn-
sisling nf Messrs McAuleyitKeightley,
M.MiOuaig,Jam*sMcNicol, W.B.Itick-
urds, 8, Beueruiun, John W. Lind, F.
M. Eerily, andJ.P.McLeod, purchased
what is known as the Sullivan property, consisting of about 'Mi acres uf
bind, which is silualed to the west, of
and adjoining the holding*nf Ibe .Midway Company Ltd. This property,
which by the way the Midway Company has been endeavoring tn obtain
for 11 long lime pusl, i< exceptionally
si 1 uut ed, being iulu pied nil ber for I own-
Bile, residential or agricultural and
horticultural purposes, Other natural
idvanlngca may be said to bu a close
proximity to ihu eoul beds on the Black
pre-emption, which adjoins It on the
west, sun! ariose touch with several
liupurtuut mineral claims tbe boundaries of which in some iuslunees come
within a few feci nf lbe limits of this
purchase, Tins survey mo of the Rub-
snn-Mldwny branch of the Crow's Nest
railway was contineil lo and ended on
Ibis properly, iherefore, it is possible,
should IheO. P, R. Hud it difficult lo
make fuvoriihleuiTHiigeiuentswith Ihe
Midway company with regard to station grounds, lhey may seek an alternative hy locating them further west,
a course which is possible, hut hardly
probable under existing   conditions,
Does Away With Wires.
S. Nicola Tesla, the electrician, describes in a recent issi.e of lhe l'lu'j-
tl'ical Review a possibility in electric
puwer transmission,
The announcement, is now made Hint,
liy empluyiug au appurutus whicli
be bis invented, it is possible to
getier.ile electrical pressures, vastly in
excess of any heretofore used, The
currenl, whicli is generated al, some
uul uial source of power, can be carried
tipwu'ils lou terminal maintained ut
an elevation where Ihc rarefied annus-
p lere is capable of conducting the particular current tun distant point, where
the energy is to be used commercially,
There it is conducted to the earth hy a
second terminal at, aboul the snine elevation. Special means are used for
transforming and utillulug tbe current,
With the article an illusirulion is presented shewing streams uf electricity
issuing from a single terminal, giving
as estimated eleclricul pressure nf two
and a half million volts.
"The Electrical Review comments
on Mr, Teslu's novel idea us follows :
"Tesla now proposes to transmit without Ihe use of wires through tbe. natural medium, the earth nnd llie air,
greater miniums nf power lo the distance of Ihiiusundsnf miles. This will
appear a dream, a tale from tbe Arabian Nights. Inil tbe extraordinary discoveries Tesla has made duringa number of years of incessant labor mukes it
evident Hint liis work iu ilns Held has
passed a singe of luborutory experiment, nnd is ready for a practical lest
on an Industrial scale. The success of
his efforts mean thut more powei from
such sources ns Niagara will become
available in any part nf the world regardless of distance." .
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Brain Power of Plants.
The elfecl of the electric light 0 11
planls has revived interest in the question of tho bruin power of plants, and
many illustrations nre given in proof
of lhe fact I hut brain power can and
does exisl upurt frum a visible brain.
In ihe curly days of lhe treatment uf
planls wilh electric light the ligh
would sometimes be kept nu su long
that Ihe planls were prevented from
sleeping, and the resull iu llle case of
perennials would be lo ureatly weaken
their constitution. The following
yen i's growth would be poor uud
scanty, und in home cases llie plum
would barely keep alive, The symptoms were uuulngniis, in fuel, lo those
which would be exhibited iu human
suiji cis under the suine ireiilment, It
is uoleivonhy that all ihe funi'tlousuf
plants can In* arrested liy fhe nppli-
I'liiinii of chloroform urn iveaksulullon
nf opium or olher soporific, ln regard
lu ilie sin,it, ui ilu* germinating seed
Howards nnd tin' root downward, tliere
must be n directing force or brain
power. There is nu structure in plants
mnro wonderful lbe tip uf the mot,
'I'be course pursued by I he root iu penetrating tlle ground is delerinineil by
llie lip, Darwin wrote I "It Is hardly
uu exaggeraliiiii tn say Ibnl the lip of
ibe radicle, endowed sis il is with such
divs rse kinds nf sensitiveness, ncln like
the hruln of nulmals," Arthur Sinilh
fully maintains ibis view, und while
contending Hint plnuis do possess
la,iiu power, argue.-. Hint they sleep
ami impure resl uol. only for their
physiclnl but fur their nervous organism. He holds that it is impossible lo
wiiness certain organs Inking determinate posi I Ions iiiul directions, surmount ii,g intervening obstacles, moving sponlni'oualy, or studv the manner
In which they are affected by slium-
laniK, narcnlicsoi polsonsi-and yet declare lliese phonomena to bu caused by
11 dill'i'i'i'iii. power than that which produces similar actions and effects in
auitnulss
FAIRVIEW - HOTEL.
Commercial and. Mining men should put up
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
GOOD ACCOMODATION, _EVERYTHING EXCELLENT
Qeo J. Skeehar.      -      -      -     proprietor.
FULLS HOTEL...
THOS. WAKE
.PROPRIETOR.
The   liulel   is   centrally  located and is a stopping place   for  stag's lines.
Uood fishing in the vicinity.   Gond stabling.
A variety of the choicest brands of liquors and cigars at the bar.
SITUATED AT HOUsNDAKY FALLS, B. C.
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SMITH k McLEOD, Piioi'itiETOBB.
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings.etc, All kinds of factory
work kept in stock and made to order.   Coast Cedar worked
into Furnishings a Specialty, All kinds of Lumber, Lath and
Shingles kept in stock.   Best material always in stock.
Sawmill on Okanagan Lakh, Hanpy to Shipment, Sasu and Doon
Factors ox 0, P. R„ Vernon,
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K. A. MATTKES, Proprietor.
At this establishment customers can get choicest cuts of
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL.
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CASCADE CITY, B. C.
C. H. Thomas, Proi%,
2JHj*5«    Headquarters fo mining1 men
visiting   the  Christina   Lak
district,  Stopping place for
stages on route from
Marcus to Boundary
Creek  points.
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Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT   AND ORNAMENTAL TRUES', PLANTS AND VINES!
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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        Cliairs and Tables * Lounges,
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ALL OF THE LATEST PATTERNS ANI) DESIGNS
ANO AT PRICES iVHICH WILL DEFY COMPETITON.
Wc are agents for the NEW WILLIAMS and RAYMOND SEWING MACHINES.
T. M. Gully & Co., - Greenwood, B. C.
THE
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IOTEL
Greenwood City  Boundary Creek, B, C.
We have just opened I be above hotel at (Irermvond Cily, and nre prepared
to welcome guests and provide gnnA accommodation, Gnnd Catering, lies
class Livery Stable.
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PROPRIETOR MlIiWAY, B.C., NoVKMIIlill 11, 1»IS.
"ft.: UJVANCE
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mr, W. It. Norris, publisher of The
ADVANCE, ia spending a lew day** iu
tbe Okanagan valley.
SlierilV Pi'inbi'i'fon of Ducks was a
passenger on Friday's stage from Pentieton. Mr, PeinbiTton proceeded to
Grand Forks,
Constable Diiisuiore of Graiul Forks,
lauded hero from Cascade City, with
two prisoners, Albert Lamb aud .1. .1.
Moore, on Friday lasl.
Mr. VV, 11. Megaw the enterprising
Vernon merchunl, who liaa a hrauch
slnre at Grand Forks came down from
Vernnn on Wsduesduy last and proceeded tbe same day to Giand Forks,
ll is reported that Provincial Constable Klkins of Cascade Cily lias tendered his resignation, It is a pity if
such is the ease, as undoubtedly Mr.
Klkins wns a very efficient officer,
Wednesday's slige fnnn Penticton
brought Dr Bnyce of Kelowna inlo
tin* disi ri.'t, Dr. Boyce went as fur as
(ireeuwooil and after conferring with
llr. Jakes he relumed by the nexl
slage home again,
Tlie oi h day uf January has been
selected fnr lhe opening of lhe pin
vini'ial legislature. This menus that
the silling of parliament will com
mence ubiiut, two weeks earlier than
hus heen customary for some yeurs
past, n good remorutlon and under lhe
ciicuiiistunres much tn lie commended,
S. M. Johnson, P. L. H-. of linen-
wood passed lhrough lown on Thursday last, nu his way in Camp McKinney
at which pninl he will engage in lhe
survey uf a new townsite, So fir il i-
not known if the name oi ibe new
town has been decided upon, bin if noi
the humble suggestion is made that il
be called Naden.
Grading on the Robson-Mldway
railway, between Cascade City and
Grand Forks is now very nearly completed, tin I'sir no work has been done
within the Grand Forks corporation
limits, so il looks us if a satisfactory
arrangement has nnl, as yel been
effected between llie corporation and
theCP.lt,
Not the -.lightest foundation would
seem tu exist with regard In tbe rumor
that bus Iieeu recently Hying nrotind,
and whicli lias gained some credence
on the Outside, in lbe effect tlmt, Use
C. I'. II. intends io sisie truck Greenwood Cily. Those who an- in the hesl,
position to know, ridicule the idea,
ami their views should cortuinly carry
weight.
iln tlie Sib insl, utOuscudeCity.J.J,
Moore was brought before G. 0. Hose
.1. i\, anil P. Itochusssen .1. 1'.. ou a
(.'hus'ge of attempting to Couuuil a
tin ft. Tin- accused endeavored lo
steal some food uut of a meat salt al
the back of one of the hotels. The
objectof the attempt was considered
by the magistrates and then fore a
sentence nf only II days bard labor
was imposed,
Recently, lbe business portions nf
Midway und Boundary Creek huve
been enlivened considerably by the
presence of a number of onumerciul
travellers, representing wholesuli
houses in ililfs'ient purls of America,
including the cities of Winnipeg, Toronto, Chicago. San Francisco, Spokane
and the Const cities, und each received
a fair ainounl of patronage . lly the
visits of the,"i' gentlemen it is very evident that tin.* commercial Importance
of Buundary Creek is being recognized
all uver America,
II, will be remembered that last year
nbout this lime Mv. T. Ellis of Penticton had a drove nf beef eat lie seized by
P. ti. officials as lhey wore bolngdriven
across lhe reservation belween ibe
points on tbe boundary line, Midway
and Carson, uml In release them lbe
ti, ti. government obliged Mr. Ellis to
deposit, iu tlie form ofa bond, llie sum
of $2,600, The coso will shortly lie ro
viewed al Tsn'oina, unil ponding lbe
decision of tin' court, il is not pussilile
to say whether Mr, Ellis will forfeit
the sinn deposited, or have il returned lo llllll, It is lo he hoped lbe
taller will be the Outcome of lliu all'.iir.
Mr. Wlrhuinn, recenlly a resldcul nf
Slncan Oily, came to town a lew days
ago, and su lm pressed was he llml
Midway needed a Hrst class tunsorial
artist that he purchased a lot on Filth
street from Messrs. Rickards nnd Ben*
erman and at uuce let a cnutracl for
lhe erection of a suitable building in
which to open out In business, In th>-
near future ibefuzzy-wuzzv Mldwaylle
will be shin n of his locks and his
fierceness, and yet will lose nothing,
for immediately he will in* able to
assume a metropolitan air.
During lhe Inst few weeks huilding
operations have made quite a different
appearance to Midway, Two houses,
one Indulging to Mr. 0, M, Crnuse ami
the ot bee In Mr. G. Cunningham, having heen completed on Palmcniion
Avenue, grently improve I Inil porlion
of the town,   -Mi-  Owen's new two
Way.   i ia-in",,
• In' Mr. Vi icll-
storey furniture store is being pushed
to completion, This when
and stocked will add grently to llu
busiiii'ss portion ol
barber shop bolonj
iiiiiii ivill l-e linishcd in a few days and
occupies a prominent place on Fifth
street. The .Midway hotel lass hud
a high board fence built to enclose
the yard, Mr. J. McNicol has addedn
slori'i'ooni to bis general store. Mr.ll,
Noble will shortly linisli Lis twu storey
building wliieli has lieen delayed on
nccounl of the scarcity of lumber,
On Nov. Tib an Inquest, (Dr, Stanley
Smith ul (Irand Forks aning a- coroner,) was held nu lbe In idy of-Sterling
tlurklcrodo nt Cascade City. It Would
seem Usui llarklerodo was assaulted on
I In- 80th of October at thu above named
point, liy :i man named Albert Lamb,
and on the lib inst, died, It was to
determine llu* cause of death lbe Inquest was held, nnd a post inurteui examination having been performed liy
Dr. Foster, of Cascade City, the evidence in llie ease was I iken. This
tended to show particularly tbe medical testimony, tbat pneumonia was the
Immediate cause of death, therefore
tlie jury brought in a verdict of "death
by natural causes," Mr. AV. ti, McMynn, of Miiiway, chief constable for
the district, watched the ease on behalf of the Crown. The inquest over,
Albert Lamb was brought before
Magistrates (I. 0, Rose Esq., and P,
Huehiissen, Esq.. on a charge of common assault, and for this offence wns
sentenced to two months hard labor,
A very sail accident happened at
Vernon ou FriilavHIt inst. when Mr.O.
,1. Vale shut und killed a yniiiigmnu by
the inline of I). Mi ICcusue, It; would
seem thai McKeuzie whu worked in
sMr. Price Ellison's butcher shop, want
tu liis raneh lu gel, hume lings, and
having lu slaughter llieni,'called upon
Mr. Vail who is a relative of Mr. Ellison's lo shoot, |bein. At lie* lime they
were hnth iu a cabin occupied by Ihe
men wnrkitig on the ranch and as Mr.
Vail agreed to assist in Ihe killing he
took down from a rank in Ihe saltan, a
rifle, This he commenced to handle to
see if il was loaded when il was im-
niedialelv discharged, killing almost
instantly the poor fellow, Mr. McKeuzie, who ivns silling ul the lhue uu one
nf the bunks directly opposite, An
inquest was lieisl lhe same day ami
nl'li'i'lieai iag the evidence of- those
whu wiiuessed the accident, lhe jury
r 'lurned a vei die I uf death by itcci
denliilshunting, al llie same lime fully
exnucratiiig Mr. Vail, who being of a
sein.il Ive nal uie i-, greatly grieved over
'lie sad uceuiTi'lice,
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MIDWAY - !!. 0.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKIINON, li. C
General Real Estate & Finaneial Age.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
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Tiik Royal Insurance Coy,
The London and Lancashire Fibb
Insurance Coy.
The  Inbiiranck Coy, op North
America.
The London and Canadian Fire
[NSURstNCE Ciiy.
The Si'n Lieu Assurance Coy on
Can:, iia.
The Dojiiniop Building and Loan
Association,
Appraiser for the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy,
MINERAL ACT 1336,
Cortiflcato   of Improvements.
thin Roy Minkuai, Cuim.
itta::,', in Mic Keltic Isivar Mining Division
of Yale District   Wlieac loeutoa: Ceislral
Cain ii.
-TAat: VaTiCK tlmt I Aliixniulor Wnllacu
',    [leu iiiitioi''H csjiilfleiito No, l!2n, intend,
slxly days Ivolil :1a:* hereof, ns ssisnl* lis llic
lli o. .;■■-■ interIjrn uei'tilletito ol Improvements*, for the purpose i,s' o'olttfnlng n Crown
tls'ss'ii of Umuliovoclaim,
Assil lui'llic' lake notloo llial action uniler
ii,.   si    i    is,, ,i,,,..,,„, ,,,.m.i,,„|,   nt'Isect.on37innslb i icnceil before tlio issu-
.Mi. t.. A. If. i,ib i-son mun.igi.1. ol  „,„.,.,„.„,„,,,...„ul.,., <tuiprnvjinouts,
llsitoll lllis IStllllsiy at' .lea:,', 18118.
the branch uf Ibe Bank nf Mtinlrenl at
\ in non. come dowu from there on
Wednesday, und nn lhe snme same day
proceeded to Ureenwoud, al which
point ilie Bank iif Montreal has decided
lo open anolher branch. Until properly established Mr. Henderson wiil
direct all'sirs at Greenwood wills .Ma.
Seymour whn also ciiuie dnwn willi
him, as assistant. For a long time
past tlie Bunk of Montreal hud under
contemplation lbe opening of u branch
establishment al soon' poinl in ibis
district, hul that they would have deferred the mat ter until sueli tune as
the railway leached here cannot be
doubted, bud not Iheir baud been
forced by Ihe olhe banking Insl billions
llie Bank of liiilish Norlh America
and the Canadian Bunk uf Commerce,
which unly a few days ago npened
branches al Ihe same point. Fnnn
hnvltig no chartered banks Greenwood
suid Boundary Creek nuw hnvc three,
thereby lending truth in I lie old adage,
"il never rains Ian ii pours,"
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MINING   NOTES.
M**ssis. II. Siuiirl uial 11, Elllnl lit ai
purchased i ball Inleiesl iu the Lulu
claim, in Grueuwood camp from Mi. ,1.
Hondas.
a good -ilike of see is reported to
ban- been made on the J. 0, cl iin.
which is owned liy Mr. VVenrick and
0, Sioiika mid is situated in (.salamis
eamp on Ingiiii mountain, near Miiiway.
Mr. ,1, ('. II ins I'i. M„ of tlreeiiwnnd
l>*ii on Wi dnesday lasl for Spukani,
where lie will before i* una lugliunsacl
some iniporliinl niiuii,g business.
II. W. Mdrl'iil'lillli', I'.'.M. wins ri'i'i'l,lly
resided sit Greenwood, and hul charge
I'm' iii- cuuipany of the Snowshoe cluim
in Greenwood eamp while the cluim
wn ■ nnd r bond, has moved to Vtnir,
in Knolenny, where his company i
expelling tin- Monni'ch clu'in,
Mr. Thus. Giuliani iniiiof the original
owners nf Waturloo claim In Camp McKinney passed out to Spokane on Friday, and wil1   Inn   look s ' of lhe
nr ei'itlly iiiken fnnn iheshaft which
is living sunk on ilu* property, and
which la.-, now attained a depth uf
iibniii 50 fi'i't. Tin- ure curried pi nt:
nf visible guld, anil olheiit Ise looked
MINERAL ACT, 1808,
Certificate  of  Improyemouts
BrovpiaCiia.
Sawtoii'iu Minkuai, Olaim.
Situate in lllc OsOj'.T.s raining Ilivision of
Vale  blsirict.    Whore, located: Camp
McKinney.
T-AKK NOTICE llllll bClins. lliiHIoin drocn
!     isjeiil (.a IlioCnrlliiinlionsollilatcil Mining
ami lutllhii*, i ompaiiy, laa.  freo minnr'H cei
Itllralo   No,   Ml:!   a.   Intend, slxly  slsivss
I nun slie it.a.- hereof.Ioaiiply in llieAliiiinBRe-
carder lorn cerliliesi.li nl tiiiprovoim nls, lor llio
purpose ol obtiiiiiiny a Crown Ui'suil nl tlio
uliovo olnim,
Ami fui'ilioi'tnko nolieo Unit nctlon, umler
section   117, must  tie csimiiiencoil boloro ilia
iaasiiiiln' nf all -1, COl'liticnlC ,'t IlliprOVOItlOlltS.
liislsil tills28tli day of 8i*ptcinbcr, 1808.
U.li_i-:; ......:40.0t2,:l-^±TtX&21!23rztSX!t_l
he Bank of
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The Bree mi
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on Coj.   r St.,
Greenwood, B. C.
Three Doors From
tin Impi ti tl I lotel.
G.A. HENDERSON,
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The Russell Hardware Co.,
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Of Greenwnod City, B, 0„ bus jusl received a car load of stoves, ard in ilm assortment mny he fmmd every dlscrlpllun of ihc stove fi   tin' highest class
range down to Iln' small tin stove foe ilm pruspector, A peculiar feature iu i	
neel with Ihis shipiuent is, lhat although  you can ehoos'i from a great
variety you cun only get one quallly, 'The Best".   As lo price?  Well, considering the qualify they are Cheap I Cheap II Cheap 111  ami so yuu would
any if you examined lite goods.
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Orilfii-s by Iflail riocoiye Prompt Attention.
ESSlSiETa
GREENWOOD OITY MEfiCANTILBCO.
GREENWOOD CITV, B. 0.
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I Soods Delivered Free.
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FAIRVIEW, B.C.
THIS HOTEL offers the best of accommodation
at moderate charges. Only the best brands ci
liquors anil cigars kept on hand. A good table
and good beds add much to the comfort of ks
patrons.
E. MORRIS, PROP.
1        RonsLAND.                                                  Greenwood.
\ THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST GO.
LIMITED UAHIUTY
| Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
,i                FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
1   Fire Insurance a Specialty.   (i7^!„7cn^.m
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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.
COOl) STAHLING 0\  TIIK  PREMISES.
Lynch & Humphrey, - Proprietors. TIIK ADVANCE
Miiiway. b 0„ Novkmbbr 14, 1888.
NDARY CREEK MINING ID MU Lli COMPANY. LTD. LY,
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Incorporated October 21st, 1896.
HXSA.I3  OPPICH ,  O-RHHIfirWOOD CITY, LB, o.
Capitalization $1,500,000, in $1 Shams, Treasury » 710,101 fas,
COMPANY'S PROPERTIES.
The Company's mining properties now consist of fourteen claims, viz, the D. A., G. A. R, Big
Ledge, 0 B, S. H. B., Fred D., 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
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OFF1CEKSOFCOMPANY :
D. A. 1
E. JAC'i
IOLBROOK
Otiti	
- - - - President
- - - - Manager
Secretary-Treasurer
BANKERS
BANK OF MONTKEAL
Vernon, B, c
DESCRIPTION.
On lhe "IX A" is a vein abnnl 120
inches wide.twith a pay-streak of 4 to
12 inches; from tnis 8,053 lbs. of ore
was shipped to Ihc smelter, giving
$103.16 gold per ton, silver 7-1 7-10 ozs.,
and 2 per oent, lend. A Innnel is heing
driven on this vein from which ore is
being taken, On Ihc snme property is
a larger vein (quartz) carrying galena
and pyrites.
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The " G. A. H." has a 30-fool shaft
sunk on a 2-foot vein, heavily mineralized with an Intimate mixture of iron
and copper pyrites, galena, blende and
silvei'glanca, The lines! pii'oesnfwiresil*
verfouudonBoundaryOreek were taken
from this shaft, Aveiage assays from
different places across the vein gave
$8.00 gold, 511 oz-. silvers also $S.OO
gold and 1150 ozs. silver nnd nne, lhe
latest return—$15.06 gold and 1064-6
ozs, silver per ton.
On the "Big Ledge" is n 10-foot
quarlz vein, mineralized with inm
pyriles. This vein hns been opened
up by cross-cut son th/.* surface fn- 500
feet. A narrower vein has been
opened up, being one foot, wide, carrying considerable copper pyrile.,, nud
runs into I in* main ledge as a spur, on
which a Innnel of 40 feet has been
driven. Avernge assays gave $83gold
and 11-10 ozs. silver, and $41,35 gold
171 ozs. silvei', 2 pet colli, copper
The "8. F." lies I elweed the il. A, H
and D. A., i'u lhe direction ul tin' strike
on the G. A. B, vein. This lncatiou has
een made on a vein of pyrrholite.
The "O. B." has two distinct veins I
one 25,feet wide which, from its strike
and general character wnnlil seem lo
be [lbe same vein as thnt on the Big
Ledge, although sufficient lias uol
been done lo make Ihis conclusive.
The'second vein has at present, a
width of nearly three feel. Assays
have shown values in gold from $1.0(1
to $170,63, while a conservative sampling by Mr. S, S. Fowler, M. E. gaye
•JI20.00 infold.
On'lhe"S. II. B." are two converging veins of copper and iron pyriles,
on'whlch work is now being done. An
average assay gave, gold $1.60, silver
Hi* ozs., "copper 11.00 per cent., or
SI0.lt for all values.
The "Fred I)." was located in De
cetnber,! 1805, mure as ground for a
basis for mining operations for tin*
other claims than for ils present value,
nlthnugh Ihere is lillle doubt thai the
large vein on Ihe O. B. runs Ihrmigh
it. Tliere is a small vein of galena on
Ihiselai n.
Tiie ",T. A. 0," has a large it uncapping running through it from tho
Ainicondi, at a depth of a few feel.
The ore carries a considerable percent
aga of of copper antl $10 in gold.
The remaining six claims are all good
prospects, but as yet very lillh* development work has been done on
hem,
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This company is registered under the
Companies Act, 1890, and amending
acts, in the office of the Registrar in
Victoria, B. C, for 1,500,000 shares at
$1.00, non- assessable, of which a
portion of the Treasury stocK is now
offered at 10 cents a share on application to the company.
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MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate  of   Iniproveiiients.
BTOTIPIOS
Tub Auoust Minkuai, Olaim,
Situate ln Osoyoos Mining Division, of Yale
llislricl.  Where Located:--Camp Fair-
view.
TAKK NOTICE Unit iv.*, If. RiiBq, froo minor's eertiflaato Nn. 70,111, John Slovens,
frooiiiinoi-'Hctsi'lilli'iils: Na. L'.'itin, .lislas A. Coryoll, froo minor corllllcato No, llli., .1. I1.
Ilnrnycnl frssi'liiilis'l-'-s'iTiills'iili'Nn. !IWI7s"i, in
lendfllxtytlaysfroin diloboroof, lo apply to llio
Mining Iteoordor fnr a Certlsloalo «>r Improve*
n te, for tho purposo nf obtaining n Orown
Grant of thi) nbovo olnlm by Iholragonl Jnlin
StOVODRi
Anil fiii'llssT Inks: notloo Hint mans liter
sootlonSl insist bo oommonood lioforo tin: issu
anoo of attcli Certificate ot Improvements.
Datod thia 1st day ol August, 1808.
WJ" Mmmd JL-*/
CHOICE NORTHERN GROWN
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Quantity.. #   Quality..
AT EASTERN PRICKS.       {
THI* BEST PRODUCED.
MAIL ORDERS  FILLED  PROMPTLY,
.. .Wc Ray The Duty ...
O. .13 & P. B. NELSON,
Seed Merchants, Nelson, Wash.
irA.iiax.xx.
Showing the Dalos and Places of Courts of
Assize, Nisi Prlns, Oyer nnd Terminer and
General Gaol Delivery lor the Year I SOS.
FALL A8SIZRS.
Union Thursday, Kwl September
Hii-liilsslil Monday, HOtli Scplomlmr
Kamloops Monday, 8rd Ootobor
l.yttun Friday, lltli October
Vornon Monday, mi ii Octobor
Now Westminster.. ..Tuesday, 1st November
Vanoouvor Monday, lllh Novoinbor
Viistni-isi Tnosday, 15th Novombor
minium Tnosihi), SBnd Novemhe
THE Mi!
HOTEL
You Want tho Best and the Cheapest.i£>
THE  OXLY  PERFECT FENCE.   McMullen's   Fencing    and   Netting
-....~ft::..,.nr noiHiuA        Combine these two Qualities.
best **& WOVEN WIRE FENCING no ,,11,™ do
MM ]|L~iVIR1J B0PS SEt,VAGE* 	
HOG FENCINGS   AT   SPECIAL,
LOW PRICES.
(ALL OT1IEII VARIETIES CHEAP.)
McMullen's are the unly good nettings
sold in Oanada.  They are unequal-
aianufoctiu-oil and Bsi'ul by h*d for poultry yards, trellises, and
THI ONTARIO W,RE FENCING CO., LTa , .    	
rioioa.itanirlo. laun Ionics,
Ask yoiifliardware merchant for McMullen's goods.   If you cannot buy of
[The Manufacturers at Picton, Ont., or to
hiiii write lo   The B. Greening* Wire Co., Ltd., Hamilton and
Montreal, General Agents.
JAMES COOPER, /lontrcal, General Agent for Railway Fencing.
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER,
First Class Accommodation.   Good Stabling.  Tei minus of Stage Line
from 'M-u'ous, Washington,
McAULEY A KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors.
W. IJALRYMPI/E
Commercial Job Printing.
AT "THK ADVANCE,'
FAIRVIEW, H.C
,J. \V.  )if[BRL>,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
'.ll Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing   I Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty
A Speclalth.
All Work Warranted.    oS-:
Mineral Act, 1896.
Certificate  of Improvements.
WQ-fci-io©.
SlJVKIl Tit'MINKUAI, Cl.AIM.
Situaio In the Ketttlo River Mining Division of
Yale District. Whero located:- Dead-
wood Cnmp.
TAKK NOTIOK, ilinl I, Forbes JI. Kerby
P.I,, s,. acting na icu'iil lm' John Mark free
mini i's ai'i't ills nli: No. UI70A, Inlend, sixty days
from ilia linn; lii'i'iint, to apply to lho iMhilns
Rooordoi' for a Oorllftcato ol Improvements fnr
f ho purposo ol obtaining a Orown Granl of the
abovo olalm,
And furthol luke notloo liiisl action, under
HCOtlon 37. usual tin commonood before llio
issuance of such Ccrtlfjrato of Improvomonts
listed this lillh day of Oololicr, 1858.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Oertiflcato   of  Improvements.
3MOTICB.
North Stah (phactionalMnd Golokn Eaoxb
Mineiiai, Claims.
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yalo Distrlot.   Where located I In
long lake camp.
TAKE NOTICE lhat I, Korbos M. Korby
I'. L. S„ niiling na agont for Robert Wood
freo minor'H coi'tidcsito No, 860a nnil Charles L.
Thoniol froo Mfnnr'n oortlfloato No. 18371a,
Intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply
to lhe Hilling llccoi'stor for a norlillcato of
bniii'ovenioiils, for llio purpose of obtaining
Crown KiiiiitH of tho nbovo claims.
.Vint fnrilioi' lake notice tliat notion, under
aiji'tion 37, muni lus commenced boforo 'ho issuance of sncli I'ai'it Ileal a "f uuiirovcineiits.
llnleil this lllh dny cf October, 181)8.

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