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 THE  ADVANCE.
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Vol. II, No. 23.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, APRIL 8, 1895.
$2.00 per Year.
W.T.SHATFORD&CO.
Fairview and Vernon,
General Merchants.
We  always  have  on hand a well
selected stock of the following goods:
Groceries,     Clothing,     Dry Goods,
Gents' Furnishings,
Boots and Shoes,    Hardware, Etc.
ALL AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES.
JJeW Spring Qoods Constantly Arriving.
/\n Inspection of Ovir Stock Solicited.
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop
$ Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake. $
Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
Good Boating and Fishing.   Bow Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire.
LEQUIME   BROS.   &B   CO.
KBIiO-WNA.
Dpy Goods, Groceries, Beady-Made Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Orders from the Lower Okanagan will receive prompt attention.
Prick; Reasonaiile,
VERNON SAWMILL
SMITH & CLBRIN, Props.
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, laths and shingles
kept in stock.
The Best of Material Always Used.
WRITE FOR PRICES AND DISCOUNTS.
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to shipment.
Sash and Door Factory en C. P. R,, Vernon.
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on hand at Reasonable Prices,
LEQUIME   A   POWERS, Proprietors.
XI. C. CAX-LGrlXiX^NBCe.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
pealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
H^MS   AND   BACONS.
Write for prices.
A LARGE  LIST OF   FARMS  FOR SALE.
H* a  QAJSfrXXaX. * OO., *,      ,h.bmstbom&
^  MACDONALD,
BARRISTER,
Office, Barnard Avenue.
  VKHNON, B. C.
PRANK MoGOWAN,
SOLICITOR, NOTARY PUBLIC, Ete.
Otllce, Pound Block, Barnard Atomic,
 Vornon, B. C,
COCHRANE & BILLINGS,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS AND
NOTARIES PUBLIC.
Olllco: GHmorc'H Block. Barnard Avonuo,
VERNON, B. C
W. M, Cochrane.       ■        fnnn. Billings
T  E.
CROWELL,
TRONSON HT., VERNON,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Olllee and Store Fittings a Specialty,
P H. LATIMER,
VERNON, B. C,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
XaEK.3n.-rX   Sur-veyor.
 Mom. Amcr. Soc. Irrig. Bam,
C. De B. GREEN,
Assoc Hem, Can, Soc, C. E.
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Surveys of Every Description In the Lower
Country from the Siinilkaineen to Grand
Pratrle Immediately Attended to.
Payment will be received either In Cash,
Stock, Produce or Labor.	
.1. C. HAAS, B. S., H. M.,
MINING ENGINEER AND ASSAYER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
Samples for Assay From a Distance Will
Receive Prompt Attention.	
Analytical   Chemist   and   Assayer.
GEO. A. GUKSS, M. A.,
Honor Graduate tn Chemistry and Mineralogy, Queen's University, Kingston,
All Kinds of Assays and Analyses Carefully
ami Accurately Performod,
Cure of Strathyre Mining Co.,
Fairview, II. C
TBllMB-Oold, Silver or Load, each $1.50; Gold
ami Silver, 82; Nickel, 8-i; Copper, {2;
Coppor, Gold and Silver, $3. Other prices
nn application.	
C. F. COSTERTON
VERNON, B. C.
—.A.-B-e-ax't  Por—
The Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td., Wholsale
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
Nlcholles k Renouf, Agricultural Machinery.
—Aara-at  Por-
FOR
The Royal Insurance,
The London k Lancashire,
The Insurance Co. of North America,
The London k Canadian Fire Ins. Co,
The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada,
The Canadian Permanent Loan k Investment Co.
The Dominion Building k Loan Association,
NOTARY PUBLIC.
CANN & CO.,
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS
And Dealers In
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
SEWING  MACHINES,
WALLPAPER,
TOBACCOS, ETO„ Eto.
Needles for All Makes of Sewing;
Machines Kept In Stock.
Mail orders from the Lower Country
will receive prompt attention,
CANN & CO.,
VBB1TO -W.     3B.    O.
THE
CYANIDE PROCESS
HAS BEEN A
GREAT SUCCESS
In Africa, Australia, America, and
also in Canada, including the Province of British Columbia.
It Will Not Cost You more than $4 per ton to
extract from 90 to 96 per cent of the
assay value of your ores, Send samples
to us and we will report thereon free of
cost, provided freight Is prepaid. Call
and see us or write to
JKe Gassel Qold
Extracting Co., Lid.,
W. PELLEW HARVEY, F.C.S.,
Supt. Experimental Works,
srlD VANCOUVER, B. C
J.MCNICOL
1
Ise.
■as t
S$   sit   a
A Fall Stock of
PLOWS
HARROWS
RAKES
At Lowest Cash Prices
Sfc   i&   &
ft    ft    ft
McNICOL
MIDWAY, B, C.
R. N. TAYLOR
Dispensing and
VKKNON, B. C.
A Large Stock «■*
QUASSIA CHIPS
AND
WHALE OIL SOAP
on Hand.
B. LAURENCE'S
Spectacles and Eyeglasses.
SOLE AGENT FOR
Chas. Cluthe's Columbia Wire Truss,
The Lighest and Most Perfect Truss in
the Market,
If you have a
Wife
you should procure one of Anthony Wayne's washing machines complete with all the
latest improvements. It is a
machine that is
Wanted
by all who wish to save their
wives drudgery and hard work,
and who also want to do away
with doctors' and drug bills.
Write for prices
At Once.
P. B. NELSON,
(MANAOER)
101
j, Kerr. R. D. Kerr
KBHI? BUJOS.,
BUTCHERS,
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
Meat delivered at Hock Crock nwl nil (lie
M i niny (,'imuw.
Jpair\tor\'s J^usic Store
-OLD   P08T   OFFIOE-
409 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
Pianos and Organs-Easy Terms
Sheet Music, &c.  Special attention i;lycn to
 Wall Orders.
■J, W, KEEP,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
P|jl«. Watch Repairing: a Specialty
AU W9rk Wflrr'C'M.   oWn
MINING   NOTES.
Silver reached the highest price last
week for some months, quotations on
Ihe New York market rising from 80
to 83 7-8.
There is i|uite a "rush" to Allierni
on Vancouver Island, where rich gold
quartz hns been discovered. Specimens from one claim showed under
assay Hve hundred dollars per ton in
gold.
The Triune mine and mill at Golden
has lieen purchased, und it is under*
stood 41X1 feet of development work
will lie accomplished this summer.
The mill, also, with an additional ten
stumps, will lie in constant operation.
The Silver lllull' Mining Company, in
Lime Belt, of Loiimiston, Wash., are
preparing to ship a large quantity of
ore, the present shipment of which is
delayed owing to the shallowness of
the Okanagan river. The ore is extremely rich in silver, averaging very
nearly 350 ounces to the ton.
A new process for extracting metals
from ores has been patented by a Prof.
Blivens, of Loomiston. The process
has attracted much attention, nut only
in America, but in Australia and South
Africa, It is suid that the process was
to have been used upon the concentrates at Camp McKinney, but this
statement is not thoroughly authenticated.
The Slocan Prospector pulished lasl
wees a must creditable supplement,
descriptive of tlie rich mineral lands in
the Slocan subdivision of the West
Kootenay district. The writer, Mr.
Randall A. Kemp, has evidently most
conscientiously applied himself to his
subject; and the perusal of his able
paper cannot fail to convince the outsider with I lie idea of the great prospect befor tlie country.
Tbe Kootenay .Hail reports that the
ore storage houses at Three Forks, of
the Slocan Star, Beco and Noble Five
mines are full, and that mud slides on
the Nakusp k Slocan railway are seriously interfering wilh shipments. The
concentrator is well filled with ore,
which it cannot clear away until an increased supply of water furnishes the
additional power required.
The Mining and Market Reporter
snys the flrm of Winters, Parsons k
Boomer have secured the contract for
the ditch that Is to carry water to the
new smelting works that are being
erected by the Parrett Company. The
ditch will lie 18 miles long, 15 to 30 feet
wide and 5 feet deep, nnd will lake the
contractors about five months tn complete. The water will be taken from
the Jefferson river.
The advance in the price of silver has
put all the silver property owners on
the qui viva, and the indications are
that if the upward tendency continues,
many a silver mine that for months
past lias been lying idle will soon lie
producing again, More especially is
this tendency to resume active operations noticeable among Montana mine
owners. Should the white metal
touch the price predicted for it, of 80
cents per ounce (now that smelting
has become a reality in tlie Province)
would cause the Kootenays to go ahead
by leaps and bounds, and then it
would lie that the country would
reap the heni'Ht of its vast mineral
wealth, the output of which at the
present time is only just beginning to
make Itself felt. The appreciation nf
silver would also have a beneficial
effect upon mining in this our own district, as it would warrant the shipment
of ore to the smelters, which will not
now give a profit to the mine owners,
owing to tlie high freight rale charged
by learns, etc.
 ►♦.
PAYMENT OK WAORS ACT.
The Act 111(1 Nol I'd...
A few days ago we were iiBked
to decide whether or not the above
liill had or bad not passed the Legisla
lure at ils last session. The quest ion
was the result of an argument among
some mining men, Those holding Ihe
affirmative were basing their conviction upon the fact thai In the Vernon
News issue of February 28, It was
stated thllt tlie act had really become
law. This, however, was not the case,
although Mr. Kelly, who introduced
Ihe measure, deserves credit for the
same, even if lie did fail to get it
through the House. The companies
doing business in the country who
wish to pay their employees in American currency are therefore exempt
from the law,
 1» • *, 1
Clutllce for 1'uturi' Experiments.
Under the caption, " Another Possible Industry," an article appears in the Journal, published at
Loomiston, Wush., in which is discussed the possibility nf the successful
cultivation of rice, tea and silk in
tlie region of the Columbia river;
and if there, why not in  Ihe major
part »f the «*<iensive country uf tli«
southern interior? The proposition
oi-iginated with a Mr. Sasaki, a native
of Japan, whose experience of Ihe cultivation of the rice and tea plants in
his own country has been considerable. It is affirmed that I here is much
similarity between the soil found on
the banks of the Columbia and the
plateau lands uf Japan, where rice is
successfully grown without irrigation.
And further, it is stated thai upon
whatever soil wheat can be grown, rice
also will prove a successful crop, At
the present low market pn eo wheat,
hardly paying as it does, the farmer
for Ilis labor, such a suggestion opens
a Held of wide future possibilities,
Prepared for the market at a cost very
little ill excess of the expense of wheat
threshing, rice should at least be worth
from three to four cents per pound,
which would allow of a very large
margin above the cost, of production.
Further, the market price of wheat is
controlled largely by the output from
Manitoba and the western American
States, where the crop is grown extensively at a minimum cost. In the
rice market the British Columbia
farmer would have no competitors except at so considerable a distance tlmt
in any cose he would be assured of a
lucrative return,
Tea and silk culture, however, is a
debatable question, and experiment
alone must answer fur its success. A
gentleman of Vernon, whose opinions
on subjects relative to the Orient carry
much weight, confidently affirms the
practicability nf such a scheme. He
states that in northern Japan, where
great tracts of country are planted
with the tea shrub, the climate and
soil resemble closely the climate and
soil to lie met with in the southern
interior of British Columbia. That
the mulberry grows with success in
the Okanagan is indisputable. We
shall anticipate with interest a practical development to the suggestions of
Mr. Sasaki, and shall depend upon the
diversified Industries which at the
present time receive so little attention, to alleviate the depression now
so severely felt by our fanning communities,
 n-.——
KETTLE  RIVER   MINING DIVISION.
MINERAL LOCATION RECORDS.
"Boston," Thomas McAuley, Central camp, 5th March. 1885.
"Wolverine," It. A. Browo, ■ north
fork Kettle river, 5tb March,J8fio.
"Forlorn Hope," Hugh Cameron.
Camp McKinney, 8th March, 1805,
"Combination," Thos. McDonnell,
Providence camp, 11th March, 1895.
"Highland Queen," Randolph Stuart, Skylark, 18th March, 1805.
"GreatHesper," J. C.Haas, Smith's
camp, 18th March, 1805.
"Scotia," Wm. McMynn, Deadwood
camp, Kith March, 18115.
"Snowdrop," Randolph Stuart, noar
Midway, 20th March, 1805.
"St. Patrick," Randolph Stuart,
Smith's camp, 2111 li March, 1805.
" Deer Trail," Peter Heldstah, neap
Midway, 20th March, 1805.
CERTIFICATES 01' WORK.
" Eagle Bird," Henry White, March
5,1805.
"Snow Shoe," McDonnell k Denz-
Ier, March 0,1806,
"Phoenix," McDonnell, Denzler k,
Scliofleld, March 0,1805.
"Alcna," Clement Vacher, March
12, 1805,
WATER R10IIT.
Grant of water right, March 9, (1,000)
one thousand inches out of Boundary
creek, near the Fulls, to B. P. Snydam,
TRANFBRH.
"St, Lawrence," C. C.Sands lo Ross,
Colby *: Prattler (| to each) March 1,
"St. Lawrence, 3*8 int., Sands et a|
to Prattler, March 1.
"Jack of Spades," 0, 0, Sands In
Ross, Colby & Prattler,, (1*12 to each)
March I,
".lack of Spades," Sands et al to
Prattler, March I,
"Enterprise," J Int., Humphrey to
Boss, March 6,
"LastChance," \ Int., Geo, Cook tq
MiiOormick, March 11,
" I,am ('liancii," J Int., McCormick to
Biirbridge, March 11.
"Enterprise," | Int., Keightley A
Lind to Boss, March 12.
" Puyallup," i int., Raines to Strong,
March 18,
"St. Lawrence," 1-1(1 Int., Pruther Ui
Slrong, March 18.
"Jack of Spades," 1*21 int., Prather
to Strong, March 18,
—'— * e +	
SCHOOL REPORT.
The following shows the rank and
number of merit marks obtained during the month of March by pupils uf
the Midway public school;
Third class—maximum marks, 025—
Jessie Murray, HOSJi Alma Hopper, 788;
ICildie Melville, 7(10: Willie Melville,
728.
Second class—maximum marks, 925,
-Willlie Murray, 611; Fred East, 000.
Second Primer class—maximum
marks, 725- Walter Melville, 885 •
Walter McClung, 8611 Walter Mur.
ray, 635; Harry Palmerston, 613.
First Primer class—maximum marks.
725—Dick Liun, 801; George Murray,
577, Mi Macikinai.d,
Teacher, THE ADVANCE.
STUART k XOItltIS PkiiI'Iiiktoiis.
I'lililislKid   weekly   at Midway,  B. C
riiibwriptiou Prk-e, i'i.txi par annum, piiydlilo
In advance, cither yearly or litill-yearly ul the
ption ul the subscriber.
Advertising ltates sent on application.
Though tho columns ol The advance are
always open for llio discussion of,matters of
pulilie Inferest and iniportauce, we do mil nec-
ocssiirily endorse any of the opinions expressed,
Correspondence uf a personal nature will not be
publishud.
decided to send delegates to the  pro-1
posed silver conference,
It is proposed by the British admiralty to increase lbe naval reserve force
by 50,000 men,
MONDAY, APRIL 8,1895.
MAIL SERVICE,
Some weeks ago the Vernon News
published an article announcing that
arrangements bad been made liy Mr.
Mara, M. P., to secure a semi-weekly
mail service between Peiiliclon nud
Kellle river, It appears that Mr.
Mara represented to the Postmaster.
General that the expense of the extra
service would not exceed  the modest
additional figure of $300 per annum;
this statement being based upon the
Information of Mr. A. K. Stuart, who
is credited with having Mr. Mll.i.nn's
(the mail contractor) assurance of ils
practicability, It is Impossible, during Mr. Stuart's absence, to lucidly
explain what really passed between
him and Mr. Miller upon Hie point
at issue. Mr. Miller has written a
letter to the Vernon News repudiating
altogether the assertion accredited to
him, that he would undertake Hie
extra service for the sum named, It
is lo lie presumed Mr, Miller is quite
conversant with his own liusiness and
the method in which it, is carried on *,
at lbe suiiie tiin*-* it seems almost incredible that Mr. Stuart could have
been laboring under an utter delusion
when attempting to arrange n matter
of business of such vital importance to
to the progress and prosperity of this
section. Many letters have been written to Mr. Stuart on this subject,
but owing to the fact of bis having
moved from Chicago to Montreal on
business, they evidently have not
readied him. Some day we may be
able to give a satisfactory explanation
of the matter, and iu the meantime it
Is no use standing still,something must
lie done to provide better mail facilities,
The easiest, solution to the present
difficully we can suggest would be the
re-letting of the contract, providing
the present holder would have no objection to this being done, and we believe Unit we may make the statement
that such would he the case. Before,
however, taking steps to curry this
Into execution, we would point out to
Ihe authorities that the only sen ice
which will give entire satisfaction to
the community, and at the same time
prove remunerative to the Government, will be a bi-weekly or li-i-weekly
one between the terminal points of the
two railway systems, the C. P, R. at
Penticton, and the S, k N. R, R, at
Marcus, Wash., and tho sooner this is
recognized and acted upon by those in
authority tho better. Until the consummation of such a service the solicitations of our people should never
cease.
 4-.4	
We HAVR heard a great many stories
with reference to the (.', P. R.'s ability
to charge people for the carrying of
freight, etc., but one related to us tlie
other day seemed to savour of true
meanness. A party having a team of
horses to ship from Okanagan to Penticton, was charged the sum of
50 cents for the privilege of passing
them over the company's wharf at
Okanagan to place them ou board the
Steamer, It would be a pleasure to us
to he enlightened as to the true reason
of the company for imposing such a
loll, for surely if this is not putting u
restriction on trade, then what is it?
Jt is not Die loss of the 50 cents tlie
company's patrons foul i they are
dignunt at the thought of having to
pay for the privilege of becoming customers to so generous a corporation,
A rebate of 50 cents on the present
shipping charges would bo far mine
likely to encourage trade.
— 4.4	
THE  WORLD  OVER.
Spokane lumber dealers, according
|o the Chronicle, are illixioiis to again
combine for tbe coiiVtnon weal. Lumber bus been selling recently for tlie
ridiculously low sum of 411.00 per
thousand feut, and at this price profit
|s oul of Ihe quest ion,
The llfly-seventli inler-varsily boat
race belli n Oxford ami Cambridge,
was rowed Inst Sal unlay, and resulted
lu a win for Oxford by a length and a
half.
The great authority, Uriulstreet, re-
purl ed Insl week iu New York the general evidence of great Improvement In
trade. This Is emphasized by the
steady rise of prices on 'change
Mr. Will. Court Oulley, Q. C, hns
been nouiiiinted by the British Cabinet
for the speakership in the House of
Commons, to succeed Sir Arthur Wei.
Icsly Peel, Mr, Gulley is n supporter
of the present Government,
The following telegram, dated March
20, has been lecolvcd from London ;—
" It is officially learned, that whatever
Canada inay desire, the decision of the
I'ni'is Bciiring sea arbitration tribunal
will be strictly ii tillered to dining the
ensuing seusnn, nnd no side issue will
lie allowed LonflVol Hint, decision."
"hi   Mew Zealand  nrivninimMil has
GRAND FORKS & MIDWAY STAGE LINE
The stage running between these points leaves Grand Forks Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays at 8 a. Ill,
,   , Leaves Midway for Grand Forks Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays
An attempt was  made by a young ; at, j* a, ni.
Japanese to assassinate Li Hung
Chang, tbe Chinese envoy of peace.
The einissarv, though wounded, escaped wilh his life.
A resolution was passed by the British House of Commons Inst, week, by a
majority of 18, that members should NOVEMBER G0TTFRIEDSEN
receive payment for their services.
Connections wade with MARCUS STAGE pn Mondays, Wednesdays and
Saturdays at Grand Forks.
All Business Transacted at Reasonable Rates.
FREIGHTING TO ALL  POINTS,
PROP.   -   GRAND FORKS, B. C,
BIRTH,
McClcno-Oii Thursday, April 1, the wife of
Ilnniel, Mel'lung, nf Midway, of a sun.
GENERAL ELECTION. 1
To tin Electors of Yale-Cariboo;
GKNTLEMKN:-
In rosponso to ilie wldoly oxprossod da-Ire of
roprosontaUvQ mon In mrlona pwU of your
DtfltricI 1 lm vim I irii led di oomo forward ob n
ni i id iiiii l <. ul. tho fortl iiu: elections, In opposition to tbo prono.it Government.
AkIIiIh issncli im ou ioiw distrlft 1 tun, of
course, personally unknown to a large iiui.ibor
nf.von; Imt I may •.hit*' that 1 havu largo Inter-
utjtfl nt nud around Ducks and Kaiiiloops, and
mn very desirous, for your WoIfi.ro anil mine, In
boo thia Provlnoo progress moro Hum ii lm*
dono [or the liwt few years.
I mn opposed to tho polloy of protection
whioh Iihh boon pursued for the last sixteen
years, im being unfitted lo thu roqulroiuonts of
Llie country, and benefitting the few at tho
OXpoiiROof tlm many.
I join in th't condemnation of tho corrupt
miunicr in whioh (lie administration of tlio
affairs of tills country has boon carried on during tlm time iluii ilu- present party Iihh boon tn
office.
I consider:—
1. Thul. a oiiBtoms tariff, if Imposed nt nil.
should only bu for tho purpose of raising a
revenue, not for the purpose of protection:
2. Tlml freer trade relations with Groat
Hritttin nnd ihe United Statua would Immediately benefit Ihisdounlry:
3. That under existing circumstances mid the
peculiar niiliii'o of the country mining machinery rihould be allowed to come in frue of duty :
4. That the natural resources of the country
rihould bo the ilrst to be developed :
5. That lu ordo" to accomplish this end the
country should bu opened up, Ihu rivers made
navi -.able, mid increased mollifies for communication and trmiH|ioi'lnliou alloi'dcd:
ti. That the mail and other contracts let by
the Government should be put up to public
tender:
7. That the ulrlctcul economy should bo ob.
Borvoiiin tho administration of the public service, mid all uuncccsoni') expenditure should be
stopped:
8. Tlmt all complaints in regard to the disposal of government lauds and issuing of titles
should be inquired into and any grievances re-
dressed, and tho surveys in tlie railway belt
cuinplcted as quickly as possible.
As this district comprises so large an extent of
country it will he impossible for mc to visit
every polling division and become acquainted
with the the electors, but I shall make a point
of visiting as many as possible and ho ding
meetings for tho purpose of placing iny views
on public matters before you, and learning
from you the local requti-oimmti of oaon
district.
I have no objects of my own to serve by
asking you to support mc, but I havo time that
I can give to promote tlio Interests of this District, the Province, and the Dominion, and I
shall devote it fo that purixiuo.
For these reasons I ask your support at the
approaching Dominion Elections, mid trust you
will see tit to give if to me,
Yours faithfully,
HEWITT  BOSTOCK.
KAMMWPS, 28Hl February, 189.5.
MANLEY BROS.,
Qra.r\d Forks, B, G,
ill
T. ELLIOT,
General Merchant,
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
  Keeps the Largest and Best Assorted Stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, &e.
any place south of Vernon, and sells on terms to suit the times,
Cheapest Place to buy for Cash in the Okiiniigaii Country.
 § ■
FULL WEIGHT AND  MEASURE ASSURED.
..u««C««?i>.
BOOTS ancl SHOES
DRY GOODS
CLOTHING
HARDWARE
and
groceries.
Gold Drop Flour
$5.50
PER BBL.
PER BBL.
The Kettle Bivep Stage toe
Running over the MAIL ROUTE
Between 6RAND FORKS and PENTICTON.
C. M.  MELVILLE
MIDWAY, B, C.
Contractor and Builder
Plans and Specifications Furnished
for All Kinds of Contract Work.
Best of Material.
Finest of Workmanship.
Prices Always Right.
A. D. W0RGAN.
Portrait & Landscape Photographer
VEIINON, 11. 0,
VIEWS OF THE DISTRICT FOR SALE^
D. Mo DUFF,
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, b, a
All Kinds of Work Kxi;(:ill(!(| (Q tin) Stilts
Iilclloll ofl'llsUillKirs,
Leaves Grand Forks, during the month of March, on Mondays at
6 a. m., arriving at Penticton on Wednesdays at 6 p. m.
Returning, leaves Penticton on Thursdays at 6 a. m., arriving at
Grand Forks on Saturdays at 6 p. m.
FARES AND EXPRESS CHARGES REASONABLE.
M.MILLER,      -      Prop.,      -      Grand Forks, B. C.
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL.
Koujfli Lumber
Prom $10 to $12.
Dressed Lumber
From $10 to $18
Per Thousand.
GRAND PRAIRIE
3XO-37X3X.
GRAND PRAIHIK, KETTLE HIVKlt.
Cloud -Hock o
Liquors and Cigars
,   .   .   Good Stabling,
PItlCES REASONABLE,
McLAREN BROS., PROPRIETORS.
IU.AOKSMITH  SHOP   IN   CONNECTION
Stages U-avo every Monday and Wednesday
lor Maroon, Wash.
F. 1). JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VKHNON, B. O
H. C. COOPER
MANUFACTURER, OF
VERNON, B. 0.
FOR SALE
TN TIIE BEST LOCALITY ON TIIK VEIt
1   NON Towitslto, a few acre nnd lialf-ncl-0
lull, eltlier lor Iniililliii* or -rnnletilng.
Apply nt tliimilli'-oiir lo
if. ADRIAN MEYER,
Vf.unon, Il,f,
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
GRAND FORKS
HOTEL
KETTLE  RlYEl^, B. C.
A.J.
ooxsro* soxri-xx
will leave Penticton   7 a. m, every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, arriving at Fairview 1 p. m., and Oro, Washington,
llie same evening.
ooii»'a woxura:
will leave Oro, Washington, 7 a. m., Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, reaching Fairview at 11 a. 111., connecting with
SS. Aberdeen and S. & O. and C, P. Railways.
A. J. Sprole, Prop.
CONKLE & DONALD
General Teamsters and Freighters,
ROCK CREEK,  B,  C.
Rates from Penticton to Camp McKinney, Hock Creek, Midway nnd
Boundary Falls, two cents per pound for two tuns or under. Marcus to Midway, the samo rate.   Marcus to Grand Prairie one cent per pound.
Special Rates for Large Orders and Ore Contracts.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
AU Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving; the Nursery
SPOKANE   FALLS,
P. O, Box 582, Washing tor)
Okanagan Saw Mill
Kelowna, B. C.
Stages to Marcus, Wash., and
Midway, B. C.
Every Attention Given to Guests.
J. L. "WISEMAN, Prop.
BOCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OF ltOCK CltEEK,
XX.   rit-te.xx.ix-i.jgafaL,   TyCgtar.
FiitsT-Cr.Ass Accommodation foi, Quests,
GOOD STABLING
HiTKxcellcnt I'lsliini* on Keltic Hivcr..ffiK
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STABLING
Horses and Buggies for Hire.
Gilbert's Resort.
OKANAGAN LANDING.
HUNTING, FISHING, BOATING.
TnOHOUOHLY COMKORTABW,
-Flrnt-clans-
LIQUORS and CIGARS.
A Large Stock of All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber,
of Superior Quality, Thoroughly Seasoned, Constantly on Hand.
Bill  e-taa.tr a Specialty.
Orders  Promptly  Flllod.
Lath, Shingles, Sash and Doors.
Goods Delivered at Okanagan Falls at Reasonable   Rates.
 LEON LEQUIME, Proprietor. ly
WULFFSOHN & BEWICKE, Ltd.,
BANKERS
Financial, Real Estate, Insurance and
General Agents.
Dock House, Biluteh Street, London, Enuland,
VANCOUVER, B. C, and VEIINON, B. C.
J0HANN WULFFSOHN, Managing Director,
 Vernon Branch, G. A. Hankey, Manager,
Vernon Private College,
VERNON, B. C.
F, Admen Meyer, Principal,
SEND TOR PROSPECTUS.
MARTIN BROS.
LEADING HOUSE FOR
Hardware, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
and Glass.
ARM5TR0NQ   HOTEL
II. KEYES, Prop.
(iiiiid Accommodation,
Best l,i(|inii-H mill Cigars.
First-ClasB ,Slaliliii«.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
ENDERBY HOTEL
H. W. WEIGHT, Prior.
:-:   ENDERBY, B.C.   :-:
Livery in Connection.
First-class accommodation for Commercial
Travellers.
Hunting nud Fishing in abundance Lhrough
this district
Pack Horsca and Guidon furnlf-hod lo Sportsmen on hliorlorit notice,
THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.,
SHEKBROOKE, QUE11EC.
Manufacturers of
ROCK DRILLS AND AIR COMPRESSORS.
In All Particulars the Best'
Speolnl Compressors driven by
PELTON     WATER
WHEEL
mounted utructupon (11'illlk-stlnlt, os-
liiicliillyiiitiiiiiiiill'oi'
utilizing tho power
tt mountain sUmms
a, shown In lllus
tratlon.
H. P, PALMERSTON,
Agent for Midway and District.
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON, B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
No Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquers and Cigars.       -       ■       Good Stabling, LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mr. John Manley left Grand Prairie
last week for Trail creek, where he
lias gone on business.
Mr. Martin, of Boundary Falls, left
last Monday for Penticton, and r»v
returned on Saturday with freight
for Messrs. Rendell, Hardy and McCarren.
On Saturday Midway was quite Inundated with mining men of all classes
and descriptions, Iron) the expert and
capitalist to the mine owner and pros-
<j pector. Like the bii-ds of spring they
come.
Humphrey Bros, are building an extension to their dwelling house at Copper creek, and are also clearing up a
large quantity of land, which they intend to have under cultivation this
summer,
McLaren Bros., ol Grand Prairie,
nre building a fine blacksmith shop
of two storeys, upon their premises,
which, when completed, will add much
to the, appearance of the place. The
upper portion of the building will la'
used as ii public hall. The blacksmith
simp will be furnished with brick
forges and chimneys. The size of the
building Is 80x40 feet.
Mr. W. G. McMynn paid a welcome
visit to Grand Prairie nn Tuesday last,
His errand was the payment of the
men who had been employed on the
construction of tlie bridge at McLaren's. The bridge now completed and
open for traffic is a really strong structure, well built, and calculated to
•withstand any strain that may be put
upon it by floods in the future. Since
the advent of our Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works, Mr, Norris, into the lower country, these
bridges aro being built so that the top
structure shall be out of the reach of
high flood water. Formerly, bad a
little more money been spent in carrying the piers of these bridges a few
feet higher, many hundreds, if not
thousands, of dollars would have been
saved to the Goyernment as a result of
last year's floods.
A rumor is afloat to tho effect that
Len. Armstrong, the man wanted on
this side for the stealing of cattle last
summer is now within the clutches of
the law, being confined in custody at
Fort Spokane. It seems he was ulso
wanted on the other side for a like
(offt-nce committed a long time ago
near Colville, and whilst awaiting his
trial he managed to escape. It was
then that he came over to this side of
the line. It will be remembered that
un December 17, John Armstrong, a
brother, received a sentence of live
years in the penitentiary for the stealing of cattle from parties living at
Annrcjiist mountain. Owing to Len.
having been implicated ill the same
liusiness, he thought it best to keep
out nf the way of the officers of Ihe
law, and it was well that he did so, or
lie too might now lie in company with
liis brother. However, if reports are
true he has jumped out of the frying
pan into the fire.
Mr. W. H. Covert, of Grand Prairie,
contemplates enlarging Ids residence
this summer. He is at present engaged on the construction of a large
bay loft, us an addition to his stable
accommodation. The ground is being
prepared ii[i<iu this gentleman's premises for the setting out of 1,000 fruit
trees this spring. One thousand of
these will be prunes, the balance different kinds of fruit, principally apples,
When these trees are in the ground
Ilis orchard will contain 0,000 trees.
His object is to set out the major portion of his property, which comprises
iiii acres of fine land, into fruit, aud
then subdivide it into suitable blocks
and place it upon the market. If this
is systematically carried out (and we
may say the business is in the right
hands) then the returns should some
day net a very neat little figure, There
is a chance iu the country for anyone
with suitable land, location and other
advantages, adopting the same plan,
and by so doing growing independently rich.
In Provincial politics " Island versus Mainland" wns the cry of the contestants for supremacy. The same cry
may be made applicable to the politics
of Grand Prairie, where the settlers
upon what is termed the "Island,"
seem Inclined to leave no stone unturned to abolish the Isolation from
which, iu the past, they have suffered.
For the establishment of through (villi-
iiiiiiiieatiiui lo Maroiin it was necessary
to have a bridge al, Mcljiiren's. Having accomplished this, Ihe next neees-
(■ slty is a bridge or ferry at Ihe lower
end of the island, near Johnson's
ranch. With commendable energy
and tenacity of purpose, for which
they have become famous, they lose no
time in providing the latter, which is
now being constructed, the saw mill donating the lumber, McLaren Bros, the
iron work, and the balance of the settlers contributing labor and the purchase of a cable. A subscription is to be
raised among themselves to defray the
expense of keeping a man for two
months to look after and run the
same. The ferry will be of a sufficient
me to accommodate a four-horse team,
or anything that may come along.
When completed w'h'ater ferry
cab'p'able Institution it will be. It
seems a great pity that such people
should ever lie reduced to the necessity
of having tn seek assistance from the
Government.   They are so well able tn
manage their own affairs that they
should lose no time iu forming a municipality.
0. deB. Green, C. E., returned from
Osoyoos on Thursday and intends tak-
tng up his quarters for the summer a
few miles above Boundary Falls, at
which place he contemplates building
himself a cabin.
The trunk road running through the
Colville reservation between Midway
and Grand Prairie, is about to he put
into good condition for travel. Tenas
Peon has received instructions from
the Indian department to carry out
the necessary repairs.
Messrs. Sands, Lucy, Smith and McGregor arc camping out in the vicinity
of Boundary Falls. The warm glow of
their camp Are every evening is tho
centre of a busy circle of yarn spinners,
and the time passes merrily by with
wonderful accounts of old time adventures and long-forgotten prospecting
I rips,
 4-+4	
MINING   NOTES.
Silver is steadily rising. Latest quo-
lilt inns are (I7.|.
Messrs. Cole and Ueid, it is under*
stoiid, will commence development
work on the Last Chance to-day,
Messrs, Boss, Suydiim and Conway
are making a liusiness stay at Copper
camp, while Messrs. Bruce ami Thompson are at the Greenwood.
Prof. Conway, of Denver, Messrs.
Ueid and Cole, of Butte, Mr. Bruce
and Capt. Thompson, arrived on last
Tuesday's stage at Boundary Falls.
Messrs. Klckards and Thompson
have located a claim on Ingram mountain, near the Bruce, which they call
the Laidlow. The ore carries principally copper, but has not as yet been
assayed.
On April 4 Mr. L. Bosshart made
another discovery in the Skylark
camp, He came upon a nice vein of
ore, which he located, calling it the
Altai. The name given to the claim
might apply equally lo the altitude of
the mine and the quality of the ore
found.
Messrs. J, Coryelle and McCarren
located a claim on April 3 in Smith's
camp, lo which they gave the name of
Nickle Silver, Samples of ore shown
would tend to prove that it is a good
location. They also on the same date
took up another claim adjoining the
Alma Belle, which they style the Mountain Linn.
For some time past Mr. R. G. Sidley
has been having development wont,
done on his mine, "The Anarchist," at
Camp McKinney. A few days ago
good rich ore, showing free gold, was
struck in the bottom of the shaft.
Last summer a mill test was made of
ore taken from this mine, which gave
very sntisfacl ory results. Tlie quartz
is free milling and rich in concentrates.
The Lake Mining Claim, a north extension of the Last Chance, Skylark
camp, wan bonded on the 5th of April
by Mr. Oorbett to Mr. C. 0. Sands.
The indomitable Mr. Sands has thus a
bond on a valuable properly, and we
shall hope lo see ere long the Lake
Mining claim in the hands of capitalists. We understand that development work will commence immediately.
Mr. W. Dick-nan has recently been
doing considerable work on his claim,
the Defiance, in Providence camp, and
has some very good ore in sight. The
main lead of the Last Chance has been
traced onto this claim for some 800
feet, showing up a good body of rich
ore two feet in width, with well defined clear-cut walls. When better developed the Defiance should be able to
turn out ore for shipment, as we believe it is rich enough to stand the
freight.
We are pleased to chronicle the
bonding of the Monarch claim, iu
Greenwood camp, on March 21st last,
to Mr. P. A. Largey, of Butte, Mont.
This claim was formerly owned by
Messrs. T. Humphrey and Ewen
Keightley, to whom was paid the sum
of $1,000 cash, on the bond, the full
consideration of which was $10,000,
one-half to he paid on Aug. 1 next,and
the balance on Jan, 1, 1800. Mr. Largey may be congratulated on having
secured one of the many good properties to be found iu Greenwood.
Samples of coal taken from three
different collieries In Wltwatersrand
(-oul basin Soul h Africa, gave the astonishing result by assay of :i| dwts. of
gold lo the ton for III samples tested.
One sample went I) divls. 5 grs. As a
result of this discovery pirparal ions
are lining Iliads to testa large number
of samples there, as also ill Europe.
This is a very intel-estingdiscovery, for
In the future, when smelting ore, the
proprietors of such works, if they select
a fuel containing a sufficient quantity
of gold need trouble themselves very
little alaiut whether the ores contain
any or not, their business will be a
paying one under any circumstances.
•■ it,	
The steamer Velos, of New Westminster, was lost, off Trial Island lust
week. Of the crew of six men only
the captain and mate were saved.
The canning industry is gradually
becoming, year by year, nf greater importance iu British Columbia, This
year several new canneries are to be
built on Rivers Inlet, while those already established ure preparing lo put
up a larger puck than usual during the
approaching season.
VERNON NOTES.
IProm our own correspondent.)
VERNON, April 2.—Mr. J. A. Mohi
has opened out a lunch counter and
hake shop on Barnard avenue in the
premises lately occupied by D, W. F.
Kaunas.
Mr. Mr. M. C. Davidson hns formed
a partnership with J. Hutchinson in
the general produce business and have
their store house on Barnard avenue.
Vernon is now well supplied with
dry goods stores. W. R. Megaw has
been remodelling his, and is now
opened with a magnificent line of dry
guilds. His display is really excellent
and does great credit to the city. Mr.
S. A. Shatford also announces a grand
opening in dry goods this week. This
gentleman has leased one of the magnificent stores in Martin's block and
has fit ted it up very nicely.
The Vernon bund gave a concert
here the other evening, which
was lint as well attended as it should
have been. Being a ineinlierof a town
band is a very thankless task, and yet
a town is nothing without a band, ami
the citizens should show their appreciation of the band's efforts by helping
the boys whenever they cnn. The
following programme was rendered i
1'AllT I,
Grand Potpourri.."0 flair Dovol Oh Fond
Band, Dove."
(loriiol s"le  Mr. A. Burnyol
Vocal Hunt " Muster (inil Pupil".
Mrs. ItoiiUc nml Mr, W. A. Crydormnn,
Hong "Tliu Tur's Farewell "
Mr. Somorvllle,
Cornet Hunt Messrs, Iliiriivcat and Wright
Song(comlo) Mr. J. Mllcfioll
1M11T II.
I'lunn Sole Mr. Cnnn
Willi;. " Sounds from Krin "
Band.
Song " Anchored "
Mr. Somorvllle.
Urass Quartette " Iva "
Messrs. Iliinij-eat, Cooper, Davidson
and Goodniurphy.
Humorous Song and Chorus	
Mrs. Archibald, Misses Mvat and French,
and Messrs. C. II. Archibald and S. French.
Club Swinging Mr. E. Goodniurphy
Farco Lea Misoraoles.
OOD SAVE THE QUEEN.
The cricketers of the city ere organizing, or, rather, have organized, and
are at practice, and will endeavor to
win buck the laurels they lost last year.
 ►-•-<	
PROVINCIAL  NEWS.
A consignment of hops from Oapt.
Moore's ranch at Agassiz, hilled to
England, was lost with the foundering of the steamship Venetian in Boston harbor.
The directors of the C. P. R. have
decided to cut down salaries generally
of the officials in the company's employ, On salaries up to $2,000 5 per
cent will be the reduction, and on over
that amount 10 per cent.
A much-vexed question is about to
be most satisfactorily settled by the
organization of a company for the
utilization of the fish waste and offal
of the Fraser river, which will be
manufactured into gnano and fish oil.
It is estimated that the company,
after deducting the cost of manufacture, will reap a handsome return,
The story of a phenomenal escape is
reported of a man named Jos. Greene,
who fell a distance of 50 feet from a
bridge near North Bend, on to the
rocks beneath, without sustaining any
injury further than a shock to the system. His companions, fully expecting
to find him dead, were surprised to discover' Greene in a silling posture,
somewhat dazed, but, entirely unhurt.
This does not speak very highly for
the courage of one of the police-constables of New Westminster: Information had been wired from Seattle
to New Westminster thai the convicted murderer Blanck, who had broken
jail, was supposed to he on his way towards that town. During the day a
constable named Batt acknowledges
to have Been a man answering exactly
Ihe description given of the escaped
murderer. Upon being asked why
then he had not arrested the suspicious
person he replied " that the man looked
so dangerous, and walked with one
bund in his hip pocket, probably grasping a six shooter, ready to open fire,
that he didn't like to disturb him,"
The Rev. Geo. B.. Maxwell, of
Vancouver, now in Scotland, signified
by cablegram the other day his " acceptance of the Opposition candidature
for the House of Commons in the Bur-
i-iird electoral district, al, the next general elections, should it be tendered
him by the convention, Mr. Maxwell
is a better politician than he Is a parson,
—not that he could be charged with
neglect in his religious duties—yet so
keen is his interest, in public matters
that he unwittingly offends a number
of his parishioners by the too energetic
(as a parson) part he invariably plays
during political contests—notably', at
the lust provincial elect inn. However,
lliere cnn be little doubt that as the
Liberal nominee fur Hun-aril district,
Mr, Maxwell would prove a strung
candidate.
LIBERAL PLATFORM
Adopted by llie National
ion,
OTTAWA, JUNE, 1803,
Wo, Iho l.ilmni] party of Cumuli,, in
convention assembled, declare:
..-Freer Trade-Reduced Taxation.
That tlio ciistoinH tariff nf tho Dominion
slum lil lie bused, not us it is now, upon tlio protective principle, bnt upon tliu requirements of
tlio pulilit! service;
That tho existing tiirlff, founded upon nn unsound principle, ana used, ns it has boon by tho
Government, as a corrupting agency where with
to keep themselves In office, bus developed
monopolies, tnuts timl combinations;
It 1ms decreased the value of farm and oilier
landed property;
It hftfl oppressed the masses to the enrichment
of a few;
II has checked immigration;
It has caused a great Ions of population ;
I lias impeded commerce;
II has discriminated ngalnst Great Britain,
In these and in many other ways it bus occasioned great public and private injury, all of
which evils must continue to grow in intensity
us lung as tbe present tariff sy.-iein remains in
force.
Thai the highest Interest d of Caiindn demand
a removal of (his obstacle to our country's pr -
grass by the adoption of n sound fiscal policy,
whicli, while not doing injustice lo any elasb.
will promote domestic and foreign trade, anil
hasten tlie return of prosperity to our people;
That to that end the tariff should be minced
to tbe necedsof honest, economical and cllicicnt
government;
That it should bo .so adjusted iw Ut make free,
or to bear as lightly as possible upon, the necessaries of life, and should be so arranged as lo
promote freer trade with tbo whole world, more
especially with Great Britain and tbe United
States,
Wo believe thai the results of the protective
system have grievously disappointed thousands
of persons who honestly supported ft, and that
tho country, in the light of experience, is now
prepared to declare for a sound fiscal policy.
The issue between tbe two political parties on
this question is now clearly defined,
..The Government themselves admit the failure of thoir fiscal policy, and now profess tholr
willingness to make some changes! '"" '-"'J'
say that such changes must be based only on
tho principle of protection.
We denounce tbe principle of protection as
radically unsound, ami unjust to tlie manned of
the people, and we declare our conviction Unit
any tariff changes based on that principle must
foil lo afford any substantial relief to tho burdens under which the country labors.
This issue we unhesitatingly accept, and upon it weawait willi tlie fullest confidence the
verdict of the electors of Canada.
2.-Eniarged Markets-Feel proslty.
That having regard to the prosperity of Canada uin) liic United .States as adjoining countries, with many mutual iutoroats, it is desirable that lliere should be tlie most friendly
relations and broad and liberal Irudo Intercourse bel ween Ilium;
That tho Interestsaliko Of the Dominion and
of tho Kiuiiirc would be imilerially advanced
by tlie estiiiilisbing of such relations;
That tbo period of the old reciprocity treaty
was one of marked prosperity lo the Hritisii
North American colonies|
That tlio pretext under which the Government appealed to Ihe eountrv in I.Sill respecting
negotiation fora treaty with the t'nitc.l Stales
was misleading and dishonest and intended to
deceive the electorate;
That no sincere effort lias been made by them
to Obtain A I rusty, hut that, on the contrary, il
Is manifest that the piesenl Government, eon
trolled ns lhey arc by monopolies and combines, are not desirous of securing such a
treaty;
That the first stop towards obtaining tho end
In view, is is to place a party in power who are
sincerely desirous 0/ promoting a treaty on
terms honorable lu both countries;
That a fair and liberal reciprocity treaty
would develop the great natural resources of
Canada, would enormously increase the trade
and commerce between the two countries,
would tend to encourage friendly relations between the two peoples, would remove many
causes which have in tlie past provoked irritation and trouble to the governments of both
countries, mid would promote those kindly
relations between tho Umpire and tlie Kepublic
which afford tlio best guarantee for poaec and
prosperity;
.That tbo Liberal party is prepared to enter
into negotiations with a view to obtaining such
a treaty, including a well considered list of
manufactured articles, and we are satisfied
that any treaty so arranged will receive the
assent of Her Majesty's Government, without
whose approval no treaty can bo made.
* Z.-Purity of Administration-Condemn
Corruption.
That the Convention deplores the gross corruption in the management aud expenditure of
public moneys which for years past has existed
under the rule of tho Conservative party, and
the revelations of whicli by the different parliamentary committees of inquiry havo brought
disgrace upon tho fair name of Canada.
. Tbo Government, which profited politically
by these expenditures of public moneys, of
which the people of Canada have been defrauded, and which, nevertheless, have never
punished tho guilty parties, must bo hold responsible for the wrongdoing. Wo arraign
the Government fur retaining In officen Min
inter of the Crown proved to havoaceoptod very
large contributions of money for election
purposes from tlie funds of a railway company,
which, while paying the political con tribal inns
to him, a member of tlie Government, wilh one
hand, was receiving Government subsidies with
the other,
The conduct of tho Minister and tho approval
of his colleagues after tlie truth became known
to them are calculated to degrade Canada In
-tlie estimation of tho world and deserve tin
severe condemnation of the people.
4.--Demand Strictest  Economy  Decreased
Expenditure.
We cannot but view with alarm tho largo
increase of the public debt and of tho controllable annual expenditure of tho Dominion and
tho consequent undue taxation of the people
under tlio Governments thnt have been continuously iu power since 1878. and we demand
I he strictest economy iu tho administration of
the government of the country.
5,-Responsible  Government-Independence
of Parliament.
That the Convention regrets that by the
action of Ministers and I heir supporters in Parliament, in one case iu whicli serious charges
were made against a Minister of the Crown,
Investigation was altogether refused, while in
another case the charges preferred were altered
and thou referred tu a commission appointed
upon the advice of the Ministry, contrary to
tho woil settled practice of Parliament; and
this Convention affirms:
That it is the ancient and undoubted right of
the House of Coinmons to inquire into ab matters of public expenditure, and into all charges
of misconduct in office against Ministers uf the
Crown, and tlie reference of such matters to
royal commissions created upon the advice of
the accused is at variance wilh the due responsibility of Ministers of lbe House of Commons, and tends lo weaken the authority of the
House over the Executive Government, and
Ihis Convention affirms that the powers of the
people's representatives lu this regard should
on all fitting occasions be uphold,
6,-The Land for the Settler-Not for the
Speculator.
That in the opinion of this Convention the
sales of public lands of the Dominion should be
lo actual settlers only, and not (0 speculators,
upon reasonable terms of settlcmcnl, and in
such areas as can be reasonably occupied and
cultivated by tho settler.
7.-0ppose the Dominion Franchise Act-
Favor the Provincial Franchise.
That the Franchise Aol since ils Introduction
has cost the Dominion Treasury over a mil inn
of dollars, besides entailing a heavy expenditure lo both political parties;
That each revision involves an additional
expenditure of a further quarter of a million:
That this expenditure has ore vented an
annual revision, as originally Intcndeded. iu
llie absence of which young voters entitled to
the franchise have, iu numerous instances, been
prevented from exercising their natural rights;
Tlmt tl has failed to soctiro uniformity, which
was the principal reason a-signed for lis introduction ;
That it has produced gross abuses by partisan
revising banisters appointed by the Government of (lie day;
That its provisions two loss liberal I ban those
already existing in many Provinces of the Dominion, and Mint In the opinion of this Coven-
(ion the Act should be repealed and wu should
rovorl lu llie Provincial I'Vanchlse,
8,  Against the Gerrymander County Boundaries Should bo Preserved,
That by the Gerrymander Acta, Ilm electoral
divisions for Ihe return of members to Ihe
Houso of Commons havo been so made as to
prevont a fair expression nf the opinion of the
country at the general elections, and to secure j
to the party now in power a strength out of all
proportion greater llian llie number of electors
supporting them would warrant, To put au
end to Ibis abuse, lo make the House of Commons a fair exponent of public opinion, aud lo
preserve the historic continuity of counties, It
is desirable that In the formation of electoral
divisions, county boundaries should lai preserved, and that in no ease parts of different
counties should be put in one electoral division.
9.~The Senate Defectlve-Amond the
Constitution.
The present constitution of the Henatc is
Inconsistent With the Federal principle ill uur
system of government, ant! is in ol her respects
defective,as It makes the Senate independent
of tho people and uncontrolled by the public
opinion of ibe country, and should be so amended as Ui bring it into harmony with the principles of popular government.
10.—Question of Prohibition—A Dominion
Plebiscite,
. That whereas public nltontlpn Ib al presenl i
! much directed to the consideration of Ihe
admittedly great evils of in temperance. It is
desirable that the mind ot the people should
be clearly ascertained on the question of Prohibition by means of n Dominion Plebiscite,
BOUNDARY FALLS
'ib
D W. JAKES, M.D., CM.
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE     :     :     :     BOUNDARY FALLS.
JOHN A. CORYELL,
CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEER.
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survoy Work, with Plans and Estimates, In Any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans or Any Portion of Osoyoos District and Mining Cam-is of Kettle River
Mining Division.
Olllee Address, BOUNDARY FALLS, 11. ('., and F. M. KERBY, C. E. VERNON, B. C.
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL
Boundary Falls, B. C.
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
Centrally Located Stopping Place lor Three Dillereni Staflo Lines.   No
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly Firsl-Class and Charges Moderate.
-   -    Good Stabling,
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
Boundary Falls Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Stage Line in Connection between BOUNDARY FALLS and MARCUS,
WASH, Twice n Week.   Freight in*; Dune From il.-u-i-iis, Pen*
tittun and Intermediate Points,
Saddle Horses Always on Hai)d,
CENTRAL POINT FOR  BOUNDARY CREEK MINES.
HENDERSON & MARTIN, PROPS.
G.ARTHUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C.
Headquarters for  Miners'   Supplies.
A GOOD STOCK OF
Qroceries, Glotking, Boots and; Shoes,
JpoWder, Etc,
ALWAYS   ON   HAND
JUST RECEIVED A GOOD LINE OF
Men's Underclothing and Soeks
Orders Taken for All Kinds of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
G. ARTHUR RENDELL.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY,
The    World's    Highway
from Atlantic to Pacific
STEAMER ABERDEEN
LEAVES PENTICTON
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and   SATURDAYS
at 8 a.m., Connecting at
OKANAGAN LANDING
With Trains for the East and West
Through Fii-Ht-Clinm Sleeping Cam
Ilully lli'tu-ccn Vancouver nml .Montreal and St, Paul.
Through TIclii'tH on Sale to Eaatcrn
and Pacilic Cnnst Points.
-*•    -
Bates Lowor Than Any Other Line
—..+—
For Rates, Time &c, Apply to
H. S. SCADDING,
Aoent, Pentioton
OR TO
G. Ml. BROWN,
Dist. Pass. Aoent,
Uanoouver, B. C.
SPOKANE FAILS
and
NORTHERN RAILWAY
Nelson & Fort Shop-jaic-d Railway
ALL RAIL  TO NELSON, B.  C.
Only through line to Nelson,
Kaslo, Kootenay Lake
and Slocan Points.
Through Trains Semi-Weekly,
Daily, except Sunday, between Spu*
kaneond Marciw.
7*0 a.m, Lv SPOKANE Ar. 6:30 ji.m.
On Wednesdays and Saturdays trnlns will
run through to Nelson, arriving al fciu p,m.,
making clono connection with the steamer N.;l-
Hun fur Kaslo uu<t all lake (minis arriving at
Kaslo nt ikon p.ni. -.une days. Returning, pa*
rjongore will leave lako points and Nelson on
Tuesdays ami Fridays, arriving at Bpoknno
samo day,
Passengers for Kettle Itivor and Boundary
Crook conned ai Marcus wilh stage oil Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursday* and Fridays,
auglSlf	
County Court Notice.
SITTINGS nf tlm Ciiiiiitj- Court nl Yalo will
bo lioldcn an follow-:
At OsoyotMon Wodnosday, lOtli April. iMii
At Midway on Saturday, Utli April, ism,
ut Ihe hour of eleven ocloi-k In the forunoon,
Hy Command'
0, A. It. LAM1II.Y.
K. C. C.
(JOVIallXMKNT OKKICK, OSOVOOfl,
aril April INK,
W, DALBYAIPLE,
Cren.ea?al     Bliid-dox-til-tli.
FAIRVIEW, Ii. 0,
All   Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
       Specialty.
FOR SALE
160 Acres of Land. All Meadow.
BETWEEN Blxtyand Hoi-only Aerci Cleared
anil Drained,   **ix llllloa from Cani|' .McKinney.  Olio MUo from waggon roud.
Apply ADVANCE 0MICE.
TAX NOTICE.
 +	
Rock Creek  Division of Yale
District.
NOTICK Im horoby given that unset-mod mid
Provincial revenue iii vn. for 1KU5 ure now
duo and payable nl my office- Ofoyoot* nt tlm
following mien;
If paid on or before tlie .10th June-
One-half of ono por oent ou the luwwwod value
of real enlalo;
One-third of one per eont on the assessed
value of personal property:
One-hnlf of one per cent on the Incomo of
every person of fifteen hundred dollar*
and over;
Two percent on tho a-pfietwwl valuo of Wil
Land,
If paid on or after tlio lit July—
Two-thirds of one per eont on tho -assessed
value of real estate j
One-half of one per cent on the assessed value
of personal property;
Throe-quarters of one per cent on tlio InconiQ
of every person of fifteen hundred dollars
nnd over;
Two nnd one-half por cent on tho assessed
valuo of wild Land,
All persons whose tnxesnre in arrenrsup to
tho Bl8t December, IHiM, arc requested to pay
tho same forthwith, or costs will be incurred nt
an early dalo.
0, A. It. LAMBLY
Assessor and Collector for tho
Rock t'reek Division of Yale District
Govornmciil Olllco,
Osoyoos, Sill January, 1835, id
J ■IIMaltAI,  At"
Amendments  Bode to the Aet lliiring
the Session of 1895.
Requests having been received from
wniic nf the principal miners 111 the
district, Unit lliu "Mineral Ad Ainrnd-
liteiit Act, 18115," p.-isseil il) tlie recent
session, lie published, so that each and
•ill might become familiar with the
same, we gladly comply, nml at the
game time would point out thai some
radical alterations were made to this
•let between the time of its second
reading and its tiniil passage through
the Legislature, In our issue of Feb*
fiiary 21   «'e  published  the proposed
amendment* lo ihe Mineral Act, ns
Introduced by the Minister of Mines,
ivhich, however, before its final passage, underwent the changes before referred to, and therefore the amendment ns published on February 21
plight lie Ibn means of misleading
pinny, hut such was not iuu- Intention
lit the time of publication. The best
features of the bill are the restoration
nf surface rights, the privilege to
locate any number of claims, providing
(.hey are on dlffereut veins of ore, and
(lie clause which provides that should
a partner in a claim alluw his fice min*
er'n certlHeate to lapse, his interest,
reverts to the other co-owners, pro
•intit, Instead nf lo the Gtoverniuent, ns
formerly, As the future inay lie productive of manv changes to the Mineral Act, it would lie well for those
wishing In lie familial with the same,
to preserve the. copy of the present
amendments for future reference.
1. This Act may be cited us the
'•Minenil Act Amendment Act, 1895."
Keel ion fl of the "Mineral Act, 1891,"
is hereby repealed and the following
Inserted in -lieu thereof*—
"II. No person or joint stock company shall he recognized as having any
eight or interest in or to any water-
fight, milling ditch, drain, tunnel or
Hume, ui||ess lle of It shall have a free
miner's ceptiflcate unexpired. And on
the expiration of a free miner's cerlili-
eate the owner thereof shall absolutely
forfeit all his rights and interests in
rn- to any mineral claim, and all and
pny minerals therein, and in or to any
and every water right, mining ditch,
drain, tunnel, or Hume, which may be
jield or claimed by such owner of such
expired free miner's certificate, unless
_such owner shall, on or be.fo.i-e the day
following Ihe expiration of such certificate, obtain a new free ininer's certificate : Provided, nevertheless, should
any co-owner fail to keep up his free
piiner's certificate, shall not cause a
forfeiture or act as an aliaiKlonemeut
(if the claim, but the interest uf the
en-owner who shall fail to keep up bis
free miner's certificate shall, ipso facto,
be and become vested iu his co-owners
pro rata, according to their former
interests: Provided, nevertheless, that
a shareholder in a joint stock company
peed not be a free miner, and, though
pot a free miner, shall be entitled to
buy, sell, hold, or dispose of any shares
therein : A,\v] provided, also, that thia
section shall mil, apply to mineral
.claims for which a Crown grant has
been issued."
3. Section 23 of the "Mineral Act
pgfll) Amendment Apt, 1893," is hereby
repealed, and the following inserted in,
lieu thereof :—
"IS). TbM owner nf a mineral clnjpi
shall be entitled to all sulfate rights,
including tlie use of all the timber
thereon, for mining or building pup,
puses, so long as he holds the suid
claim for the purpose of developing
(he minerals contained therein, but no
jonger."
I. The holder of a mineral claim
may, in lieu of tlie work required by
Bectlod 24 uf the " Mineral Act, 1891,"
as amended, to he done ou a claim in
t*um, year, pay to the Mining Recorder
in whose office the claim is recorded
Ihe sum of one hundred dollars, and
receive from such Recorder and record
ii receipt for such payment, Such
payment and the record thereof in any
year shall relieve the person making it
from the necessity of doing any work
lliiring the year in and for which and
upon the claim in respect of which
such payment is recorded.
5, Section 2(1 of the " Mineral Act,
Mil,"and section 1" of the "Mineral
Act Amendment Act, 1892," and section 7 of the " Mineral Act Amendment
Act, 1893," are hereby repealed, and
ihe following inserted in lieu of said
section 20; -
"211, No flee miner shall he entitled
In hold ill his own name, or iu Ihe
panic of any other person, more than
pile claim un the same vein or lode,
except by purchase, but such free
miner may hold by location a claim
upon any separate vein or lode."
(I, Section 15 of the "Mineral Act,
1891," is hereby amended, by striking
put of I lie said section the words and
llgures, "in section 31 of this Act";
and section 3 of thu "Mineral Act
Amendment Act, 1891," js hereby
amended liy striking out of each of the
sections thereby substituted for sections 43 and 41 of the " Mineral Act,
1891," lbe words aire) figures, "in sec,
lion 31 of this Act;" alan hy striking
out of ll|e sealimi substituted for the
said section 43 of the "Mineral Act,
1891," the words "including the rights
set forth."
7. Section 85 of the "Mineral Act,
(Sill." is hereby repealed, and the following inserted in lieu tliureofi—
"8."), Should any partner full to keep
||ii  hjs ff.'o  miner's cci-lillc-ite, siicji|
failure shall not causa a forfeiture, or
actus au ahandonement of the partnership claim, bul the shine of the
partner who shall so fuil to keep up his
free miner's certificate shall ipso facto
he and become vested in his partners,
pro rata, according to their former interests, on lbe said partners paying the
free miner's certificate for the year."
8. The Minister of Mines and (lie
Provincial Inspector or Mineralogist
shall have the right to enter into or
upon and examine any mineral claim
or mine within the meaning of this
Act.
9. Every owner of a mine or mineral
claim, and every contractor for the
performance of any work upon a mine
or mineral claim, shall pay ihe annual
fee for a free miner's license for any
person in I li.it employment anil liable
fm the fee, and may deduct Ihe amount
so paid on account of such person
from the amount of salaf-y or wages
due or to become due to him from such
employer, upon production nud dollv
cry of the receipt for such lax to such
I person. Every such owner or coll*
I tractor sbull furnish to the Mining Recorder or Collector, when requested by
bltn so to do, from time to time, a list
of all persons in his employ, or iudi
rectly employed by biin, liable tn pay
tl|esaid license fee; but no such statement shall hind lbe Recorder or Col
lector, or excuse him fnnn milking due
enquiry to ascertain its correctness.
10. If any person fails lu pay tlie said
license fee for his employees, or to de
liver to the Recorder or Collector the
list, mentioned in the preceding sec-
lion when required lo do so, or knowingly stales anything falsely in such
list, such person sliii.ll he liable to a
penalty not exceeding one hundred dul-
bus, to lie recovered, together' with the
amount of unpaid license fees, upon
summary conviction before one Justice of the Peace.
11. Notwithstanding anything contained in tbe said "Mineral Act, 1891,''
or amendments thereto, mines and
moneys invested therein shall not be
exempt from luxation, but shall bear
such rate as may be imposed by i
law in force iu the Province.
12. The Lieutenant-Governor
Council may make such orders as are
deemed necessary from time to time to
carry out the provisions of this Act
according to their true intent, or to
meet the eases which may arise and for
wbicb no provision is made in this Act,
or when the provision which is made is
ambiguous or doubtful; and may also
make regulations for relieving against
forfeitures arising under section 0 of
the 'Mineral Aet, 1891," us amended
hy this Act; and may further make
and declare any regulations which are
considered necessary to give the provisions in this clause contained full
effect; and from lime to lime alter or
revoke any order or orders or any regulations made in respect of the said provisions, and make others In their stead;
and further impose penalties not ex
ceediug two hundred dollars, op not
exceed three months' Imprisonment for
violation of any regulations under this
Act; and further provide that any
statement or returns required to lie
made by said regulations shall lie verified on oath. Every order or regulation made by virtue of tbe provisions
of this section shall have force and
effect only after the same has been
published for two successive weeks in
the British Columbia Gazette; and
such orders and regulations shall be
laid before the Legislative Assembly
within the first fifteen days of the Session next after the date thereof.
"Golf is Ihe question, and in reply is
the following; " Golf, sir, golf, do I
play golf?" thundered (he big man
with contempt; "pray, sir, do I appear to you to be the sort of person
who would spend the day chasing a
bally quinine pill up and down a cow
pasture I" This is a very line definition of golf, and equals the Frenchman's description of cricket as a game
in whicli "one fool stands before three
sticks while another fool tries to knock
his eye out with a ball."
FOR SALE
This Is n splendidly llnulieil house lnsldo
und out, almost, new, wilh goix! sinhle nud out
hnlldliiKS, is centrally located in thu valley
and commands ft good ti'iido. It stands on its
own grounds of I w-tt und a half acres In oxtont,
and lsi\ good inveshneiit.
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
WITH
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
This building is two storeys hljfh ..ml stands
on ilu own ground of half an acre iu exte.pt, nnd
Is in n commundlng business position,
CAMPBELL BROS.
Importers and Manufacturers
of All Kinds of
FTJJS-tWITTTIfcE,
d5-6m VERNON, B. C.
One Hundred Tons of First-Class
POTATOES FOR SALE.
EARLY ROSE, PEERLESS AND STRAY BEAUTY VARIETIES.
Will be laid down at Kelowna or Penticton in car-load lots if desired.
For Prices Write To
F. W. STERLING,
f7-2in KELOWNA, B. 0.
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory.
All KINI1H OK
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
Manuigctursri on the Premises and Kept in Stock.
Write for Prices to
N. McLEOD,
ARMSTRONG, B. C,
iji^|^*«|l!|ij|i*5|i»|i^^M[|«s*|i:|
I lift -*4ii|i = r, »l^j»ttwitj!f||f|jiiij||
iii     **
ft    it
f™mte
MIDWAY
The    Future
Railway, Mining and Agricultural
Centre of the Kettle River
Country,
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
m
H.P.
t»l*2|a:a*|i|
MIDWAY B.C.
mmmMmmutwm
The Veraon Livery      i
11    Feed mid Sale Stables.
Having taken over the stables of Gallagher & Stevenson, and thoroughly over
hauled and refitted the premises, I mn prepared to meet the demands
of the public.   I have on hand a complete stock of new rigs,
(double and single) for public use, and also a good lot
of well broken carriage and saddle horses,
Tourists desiring to see the country would do well to call,
 X	
ijood Single Drivers,      Good Double Drivers,
Good Hie Horses,
Ladies' gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses.
Horses boarded by the week or month (box stalls if desired).
Horses broken to harness, and horses and cattle sold on commission.
Dealer in hay and grain, wholesale and retail.
Coruor Of OTlta-aaloxa. nxxd IfiarKaaamtaaa Stx-eo-tai
W. GARDNER, Pro..,™™,,
A 3-INCH PUMP
Fox-  Sale
Will Work at 50 Feet or 300 Feet.
Complete wi Pipe and Drass Working Barrel,
■A.11. TSTgi-%at
Will Sell the Same Cheap For Cash.
ALL  KINDS  OP
Hardware and Stoves
Cheaper than tbe Cheapest I
!
AT THE STORE OF
W. J. ARMSTRONG
HARDWARE, TIN AND STOVEMAN,
TBnU-Oir, B.O. X>. O. Boi,127.
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
Victoria,  S. O.
AGRICULTURAL MACHINBBT.
SOLK AGENTS TO
Brantford § Binders ® and § Mowers
TUB BEST IN TIIE MARKET.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows &c, &c.
WAREHOUSE AT VERNON.
C X". Costerton, JSLgeix-fc.
BANK'MONTREAL
 __•._	
CAPITAL (all paid up) $12,000,000.
REST    6,000,000.
SIR DONALD A. SMITH, Pres.     HON. GEO. E, DRUMMONI), Vice-Pros
E. S. 0LOU8TON, General Manager
SAVINGS   BRANCH,
RATE OF INTEREST AT PRESENT 3| PER CENT,
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.
Branches in London, Eng„ New York and Chicago, and in all the principal cities
in Canada,  Buy and Sell Sterling Exchange tind.Ciible'l'rtinsl'ers. Cn'Mlt
commercial and travelling creail«s,available in any partof tho world.
Drafts Issued.        Collections Made to all Points.
BRANCHES IN IHUTlall COLUMBIA 1
VANCOUVER     -     -     NEW WESTMINSTER.
VICTORIA    ....        NELSON
: G. A. HENDERSON : Manager.
HA
•
•
•
The GARDEN TOWN of B. C, and the natural
Shipping and Distributing point for the famous
►$     ►$     Okanagan "Valley.
This new town affords the best and safest investments to be found iu British Columbia,
The smallest size being 60x120 feet
XOWn LotS with 10° fect avenues and 2° feet
lanes.  Acre blocks from 5 Acres upwards,
FOR PRICES] APPLY TO
DONALD & SUTHERLAND,
iy
AGENTS, KELOWNA
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation.  Good Stabling,  Terminus of Stage Line
from Marcus, Washington.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
Opposite \v. it. Mcgiiw'H store,
Post Olllco llox 137
Foil Thumb Apply to
D. NICHOLSON,
Okanagan Mission,
GOLD COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
Osoyoos Division of Yule District,
All placer claims and lease liulits In I his dis-
trict oirally lield amy bo laid oyer from the lai
of November, 1891, lo the let of Juno, IHIS.
c, a. n. mnn,Y,
OSOYOOS, H. C., Gold l.\nillillimlolior.
2(1(1 QctelrSf* W'
No'ri'.-Thli Hlab|c will lie run Htriotlj* llnd-clam, In every particular. My drivers are all freo
nnd gontlo disposition, and llio most durable sunk the market can produce, Special attention
In transient trade and lo boarders. - I
w. All kinds of heavy teaming promptly attended to.
COLDSTREAM
HOTEL
VERNON, B. C.
OPPOSITE TO RAILWAY DEPOT.
XX..   O.   HVIiIiBB,   Propriotc,**..
BEST OF WINES, LIQUORS Al CIGARS.
GOOD STABLING.
Term? - FrQTO • $1.00 - per - Day - Upwards,,
Golden Gate Hotel.
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
THOMAS ELLIOT, Proprietor.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
ft A IKE'S  HORN  HOTEL,
LUMBY, B. C,
First-Clam Accommodation for Guests. Good Hunting and Fishing
Stages to Vernon and Blue Springs.
Iiouia Movand, Prop.
MIDWAY, B. C.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
Rigs to Rock Creek, Penticton, Grand Prairie, Marcus, and all other point?
in the CountfY*
Parties Desirous of Seeing the Mines Should Give Us a Call.
Heavy Teaming Promptly Attended To,
INCtHBAM   <*   XJa-^JSIJ***".,  3Proj»a*|,

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