BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Advance Nov 14, 1894

Item Metadata

Download

Media
advance-1.0309233.pdf
Metadata
JSON: advance-1.0309233.json
JSON-LD: advance-1.0309233-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): advance-1.0309233-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: advance-1.0309233-rdf.json
Turtle: advance-1.0309233-turtle.txt
N-Triples: advance-1.0309233-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: advance-1.0309233-source.json
Full Text
advance-1.0309233-fulltext.txt
Citation
advance-1.0309233.ris

Full Text

 jf
I
Vol. II, No. 3.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVtnij.-.R 14, 1894.
$2,00 per Year.
W. T, S
\VVc always liuVjJ mi Iniioj a well selected slock of tlie fo)kiw)M g'iods
1Mb,     Ming,
mmm
i
U
1 lHUlllTfUlU,   IJlUf,
ALL AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES,
►!<,5!«!o!iiIW!o!«!w!4i!£i!iifcl,i!iM' '■H.iH' iii Hi Hi ill Hi at at at at a.
ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft tft W-tft ft ft •^[vWwwJIvfWW/Iv
at       ' * *  * -   e ......,-..,-.-.,.
Kl,    'V
Vp ■
Kit
9S
X
1
:i;
A DAMP CELEBRATION.
.lie   Lively   RomlnUceiieeH   of jCui'ly
Days in Cnni]) McKinney,.
Il w'HuiiSi.I'i.tnt'k'sliav.
Hri'llCM Illl [I'IhImIQII HO gllj
Put on llieir Siindiiy flotiii's in cofclmite;
Tlml iin; buys from our young uunu
TJircw down hIiovo!, pjek nnd lamp,
Ami Bworo Dial tlivi 1 a drill Hint day
lheyVil hale.
ViVI Vis, si. Patrick's Day »t Camp McKinney, "88.
YoUudnhow weilid celebrate,
W.T.SHATFORD&CO.
Fairview and Vernon,
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURPER, Prop.
at the Foot of Okanagan Lake, 9
Stage Connection with SS, Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points ill
Was inerton.
... o
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
(rood Boating and Fishing.   How Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire,
KiaiiO "W ST A..
ppy Ms, Groom, Beady-Maiu Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc,
Orders from the Lower Okllllllgan will receive prompt attention,
i
SMITH & CLERIN, Props.
Manufacturers *of
Sashes, Djofs, Mouldings, Turnings, etc., etc.
All kinds of Factory Work kept in
stock ;j,nd made to order.
The best of niatcrinl used.
Coast cednr worked Into furnishings a
specialty.
Write for prices and discounts.
All kinds of lumber, laths and Blllngles
kept iu stock.
Sawmill on Okanagnn Luke, handy to
shipment.
Sush and door factory on 0. P. Hail-
way ntVernon,
4mHIMI4LUWHI»WllLMkUlliWi
J. E. MATHESON
MERCHANT TAILOR
Stock complete, Extra good quality and
value in all the latest patterns for
9
Suite and Handsome Stripe Trouserings, 4
Excellent, Trinnnjugs, Good Fit and Good
Workmanship,
I can give Satljjfnctloll,   A Trial Will
CohvinCe,
lURNARD AVENUE.
VERNON, B. C.
MIDWAY SAW MIU
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on liaitjl at Roie.;i,>,uihlo Prices.
I E Q li I ft E   &   POVVErtS,  Proprietors.
I
ft
9
¥
¥
Hi
X
As.
ft A the 17th of March they were nearly
<l\ '/L{ dune,    she was making water very
"iii r               ,,     _    ,     „    , , „      . , .         .,                        Hi fast, and Austin, 11 sturdy son of Iowa,
ffi Groceries, Dry Goods, Gents Furnishings., Ha-, nnd Caps X m ...„ „,,,„ t„ ill}. oilt„celebrate,
■!* Ready and Custom Made Clotliing
W. T. Thompson
I      -nr 1 .    Hi,   Ye Uod* lioiv ive did celebrate,
II     lllfiPfill/)Il!   '9     -\'i:-tlii Hr ier and Joe lied bad u
11   lliUI Uifiikil/ X contract on the Bmnin claim to sink a
'f
X
X
Hi
'f
As.
X Agricultural Implements.
"if
9 —-   -
§ A Specialty Made of Direct Importations of Scotch Goods.
sit  •
Bqots and Shoes Drugs ar<d Stationery
Hardware Stores,   Tinware.
Miners' Supplies of All Kinds.
4»; hut,loo said that fin' three hundred
if and sixty-four days lu the year he was
<I* 11 Frenchman, hut tlio three hundred
ftf and sixty-fifth he was Irish, and was
i.i going to celebrate Paddy the Greal.
iii, So ibey ciiuie in nn understanding that
m uTof1 w"s fo hall the shaft at six thnl
ft evening,and stinted to celebrate—wu
HA
ft
ft
9
9
A'
ft
Aa
ft
As.
x
Aa
sit
W. T. Thompson,
FAIKT1BW,    B.  C.
I
ft
Kit
X
Kit
MA !
f\
MA ■
§
MA I
all celebrated.
Then we did all ngreo
To Imvo a littio spree,
Su wo started in to fill ourseivca with (fin,
When in Itw! Paddy cainc—
David Whitley wan bin name-
Who never missori a uliftnco for to ring in.
Yts, in come Faddy with tho rent of ihe
boys;
Ilia body it wasHinall,
Iinl lied tongue enough for nil,
And all tho livolong day he made a divil of
a noise,
\boul Ihe work tlml he could do down in
David Whitley ("lied  Paddy," or
tfffj "Paddy the (-'haw") waa a character,
Vtf w$» In height lie was about five feet noth-
«^fe^fe*^^^^*^i^fei^^^«^«M<^^y&ling, but he bad a two storey and base-
inenl voice; his tongue seemed to be
hung on a pivot m the middle, for it
<i> '.V 'I* 4.\ ft ft .*.» •*.> «Y> /'> 4^. ft^ft ft* ft ft 4.S /.V 4,, /iVVp fiW1W|> <iWi»
A   MACDONALD,
BARRISTER,
Ol'l'ICIt, llAUN.llil) A VKXTIi.
TKRN'OK, B, P,
QOOHRANE & BILLINGS,
li.UtltlSTKIIS, SOLICITOUS ANO
NOTAIUKS 1'IIILIC.
Ollii'i'! Gllnioro's llli
VERXOX,
IV, tit. CoeilKANl!.
lit; Ilariiiiril Avenuo,
. ('.
Fm-ai. Iliiuaxo'
r\   L. BEOKINGSALE, Al. I)., O.M,
EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY.
VERNQJS:, 11. ('.
Konnorly nn stall' of Huntington County,
Stock ivtll H'nvor nnil Sniiill|)0!c, (Jiicon Uliar-
lotto's I.yiiig-ln, ami Victoria   llospllals fur
I'.liilili'i-ii.
rT   P.. CKOVVKLL,
TliONSON ST., V,;i:N()\,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Otllce and Sforo Fittings a Specialty.
O   W. HAYUEH,
'     CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
KELOWNA, II. 0.
Plans ami Specifications nronnrotl ami c-
anitps fnriiislicil on all 1 iniln cl' bullillngs,
P H, LATIMER,
VltllNON, 11. (',
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
Xn*a.ai«3.  Surveyor.
Mem. Amor. Boo, Iri'ig. Knits.
IOIIN A, CORYELL, A. Jf,, B, (', a\.
Civil  Engineer,
PROVINCIAL    LAND    SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey Work, with Plans and Estimates,
in Any Portion of the Province, immediately Attended to.
Maps and Plans of any Portion of
Osoyoos District.
VERNON,    M1DWAV,   KETTLE   RIVER^
7l. C. HAAS, U.S., K. M,,
MINING   ENGINEER AND ASSAYER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
Samples for Assay Uroin a Dlstanco Will
Roceive Prompt Attention.
C.D^ B.GREEN,
Assoc. Mem, Can. Soc. C. E,
HAili.at at atat Kit at at at at Kit at
|    " "	
*jv -/iV /iv -/i* *i\ *ft fjVV^ rl\ fjyvlv 5JV-/K
Sit AV
R. N. TAYLOR,
ITHE DRUGGIST I =,»T
ft
Ha
'i*
4
x
'f
Ha
if
Aa
'f
Aa
'f
x"
sit
Illy Kxani.)
"V e, aa- XL <q a*.
I'anil
A fall Lino, of Engl
anil Aitii-rii'iui
PATENT MEDICINES,
DRUGS AMD CHEMICALS,
FANCY AND MEDICINAL SOAPS,
l-l-II^UMiiBV, BRUSHES,
kept up mi" continuous clatter; you
i!4|coulil always hear Paddy before you
iii, saw him | his hair was a delicate sort
Jz I of a ginger or tho color of six cent
.'ho boys begun to get tired of
<i> I ins muse, so Joe lleil tllllllglll 111! Would
£& put a stop to it for n while.   He would
A.i, lake him lo help bail out the shaft
f
Sit
ft\
al
■Iinl all lli'iinlsltrsfi
Sick li'iimi;
tic Toilet llllll
/!>
i..
fr
HA
ft 	
As.
ft OnlorabyMiUI
Si
ft
i'.t, B. LAU
§ Spectacles and Eyegla
i-iveeai'eful Allen
lion and Quick ]ii-|i;i(eh.
l-NCE'S
Ui).M;i>
/iV *i\ I
Sl^ ^li^lt^ltsSlt^li s\t, Sli£ l^'llA-^ *!'
So wo kopt It up all day,
Until Joe Kcll did my.
"Paddy, cohio ami help mo hull out ilie
81111)]!.
] musl gel ii imt to.-niglit,
While mv skin is prnd and tight,
Fur I ni afraid tout in the morn _i u np un
u stump.''
So tiiey stavtcd for ilj<. hole
Wilh a stagger and n roll,
When lhey got there Joe put I'mli.* [11
ilie tub.
Says Paddy, "Ijoworaway,
For wchav'cnl long toatiiy,
We must get back to camp iu tin e fur
grub."
({) I Yes, Joe put Paddy in the bucket,
W with a wicked twinkle in his eye, and
'' sent him down hi hail witter,
Down, away down wont Paddy, lill the
bucket ii did stop.
They heisfed away,
MA
W. C. POUND,
TAXIDERMIST.
n'IMAI.H AND  I'-ISU
IN APPHOl'ltIA'1'E STYLES,
Native Birds and Heads Kept for Sale.
mil
"| will an In tin) eiinii) and try and get ti
ilrop."
He lull Patlilio away down in tho nolo.
They hoisted water for nearly an
liIItl)S,_A.NlM.\l,K AXii Kisit MiiiNTKli i„,u,., when Joe shouted to Paddy that
he would go to eiinip and fetch ,i hot*
[ lie, so lhey cQiild have a driuk when
■ lhey liiiisbed, Paddy suid all right, so
l.loe ciimi'to tbe crowd and started to
Onli'i's  by mall rocolvo iirompl n ition, | drink and il was mil long till Paddy
Mounting Heads it Spoitlally,
VERNON, B.C.
BRITISH  COLUMBIA'S
por\eer {loiter JMil
"RED STAR."
wns forgollnii. We had supper, I hen
kept it lip till lllidllighl-, when we went
Lo biiil, Joe with the lest.
Poor Paddy illll wait
Till he found il getting Into,
And tlio .inter bogan for to rise,
Tlicn lie should! anil lie sivoro
I'lllil liialliriinl was sure,
]''ni' Juc was off a-luslilng witli tlio li'ys,
Paddy wailed for an hour and then
commenced to shout tor help, but no
'belli can'".   Joe said  nothing about
This Well Known Brand  Makes hi md iiubody asked, as all were
More Loaves of Bread to the Sack glad to bo rid of him. All were cele-
than any Other Si-iul on the Pa-1 J".'1"',"«;.'. 'i'.'l'VV'V ','f,.'''.,!",'''' ,'MV!'y'""
eilic fjnast.
SEE THAT YOU GET THE GENUINE.
;lIitii||l':U'ltired only liy
provincial land SURVEYOR Co!\jrr\biar\ flovirirxg
ANQ DRAUGHTSMAN,
Surveys i?f Every Dosfiliiilfin i.i illy, luivur
Counter from ths Siirillkaingon la Grand
Prairie jnimedlately ilttonded to.
Payment will be received either in Cash,
Stock, Producii or Labor.
FOR S;\LK
160 Acres qf Land. All Meadow.
"—__j	
DKTWIaKN Sixlynnil Seventy AcrosClonroil
JD ami llrii'iiicd. Six tulles friini Vi\)\\\] ■McKinney.  (Kilrlinio from waggon nlaiL
Anily AIIVAXCK oi'h'K'K.
W. DALRYMPXiB,
G-eiiex;al    BlaclEanxt^li
FAIRVIEW, It. (i.
All   Kinds  ol Ropalring.   ilorscslioolng a
Sncolnlty.
^1!!§ Co.,
ENDERBY, B. C
P. B. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewalry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, 11. ('.
Vernon Private College.
VERNON, B. C.
F. Ai)rie$ Meyer, Princi^\l,
BKXI) I'm; l'i;t)sl'i-'i"(i':
his shouting was not heard
The only way to gol mil was lo
climb, The waler Iind risen up to hjs
waist and sobered him. lie tried tho
roup iiiul found that it was fast, the
pin having been put in so that, lbe
windlass would not, revolve, li was
quite a climb, sixly foot hand over
liiiiid, and the Iirsl setof timbers thirty
feel above, If be could only reach
them he could rust, hut he was gritty
nnd light and niiiko Iho climb, ll was
nearly morning when ho got out, Then,
lie picked up u drill and started for
camp with blood in his eve. When he
gol lliere he found everybody ill bed,
so ho tliought 1)0 could wail until liic
morning for revenge and turned in.
Tho next morning lie tub] his story
and I'Vei'body laughed al bint, but ,loe
kept out nf his way for (wo or three
days, anil when llu did nieel hill! lhey
sell led. it over u hot Ilo of Walker's rye.
Tamarack Jojs,
. •.	
IHSTKICT NQTBjS,
 *.—
Mr. King, .lum, returned to Camp
.McKinney from SpnHunoou Friday,
The, (Irani! I'ruirie stag;, enine over
tho new Boundary mountain mad, for
the first time last Thursday,
Assays ut unpicked I). A, shipping
ore, laielv made by  Mr.  Unas, M, B,,
.Midwi'c, give from Illl to 160oz. silvei
and } i„z. gold,
(lis expect ed that tj.it' new I'resby-
tewttij Church, (irainj Jerairie, will he
npeiud J!vr divine service on Sunday
18th iiinf ■! so.ciiil luld on the following
Tuesday,,
'H,ir experiments made this season
with the ■'iniui'.i'ii.l i'i),',! ".a I. Camp .McKinney aim ,-iiiu,^ hock creek have,
we are informed, not been successful,
i for to all intents and purposes, nothing W fce.ei,i discovered by jt. Tin
reason given for this is thai the rod is
not only attracted by gold, but also by
iron aud other metals,
Mr. A. lierg. Huperintenda;;/. »il fin.
Rush mine, informs us that the face
work bus been done and Ibal. the big
luiiuel has been commenced, It \n(H
tap Ibe vein nl about BQD feat, ami will
connect with lbe upper workings just
as soon ns men und steel can make the
('('ODuutiiin. It will drain lbe tippei
works. Al. the place whero the tunnel
strikes the vein a shaft will be sunk,
and a winze put in lo hoist tho ,(,irii
and pump fhe mine c).car of water, it
!>,.» become apparent that the project,
ors of develiipeinent work on the Hush
mine mean business, and all who are
interested in mining in this district
are gratified to see lint ipf/uli)f,ej/)#'j|
going on. -Loomiston Journal,
Silver und I'.'.M us Mnney,
After using many perishable eonu
■nudities, experience und ivjgduiu
brought lbe pooplo of lj,e world to thu
use of silver nnil gold. If experie/^i,
would suggest ii commodity belter
adapted lor money tl|;in melnlljc
money made from silver und gold it
should be adopted. The merit of lliu
two motals is that neither will rusl m
corrode tutd both nre odorless. As
compared with other property holh are
durable, Abrasion causes more loss ti,
gold than In silver, und the hitler may
be carried in Ihe pocket, aud subjected
In great use witli bul little loss. One
was Ihe money of the people Ihe
other of the rich. As two legs are
necessary to walk and two eyes to see,
so \yere these Iwo nioiijes necessary to
the prosperity of the people.
Asa rule, bankers are a very busy
set t|f loen, nnd they allow a few men
like lbe llolhsehilds to do their thinking  for  llieni   mi   all   questions of
Hounce, The Rothschilds are sneejul.
jsfs, ilinl as specialists liiey iavor what
trill tend to promote their own business, though it may injure I he business
of others, A statesman must be broad,
He musl have a comprehensive appreciation of the interests of all the people—especially the poorer classes, li
he has been a rail splitter at one time,
so much the hotter. The men who
. produce the property of Ihe world arc
the men whose happiness should be
'consulted, The men who handle this
property after it is produced, have lit.
lie regard for the iiilerests of Uio producers. Their selfishness and greed
blind them, Their iniii(js are running
ina groove, i|||i] ll'uy cannot see llpi
rights of others,
Hence, the bankers aro apt to quote
the stock fallacy of the gold niouo-
liietallisls, nut! one of I he fallacies lhey
quote is "How can you have, nt any
fixed ratio, llie saute commercial value
pn Iwo spni'iite metals, that are froiq
time to tii.it, varying in tl|e quantity oi
each produced?
All (lie commercial values are regulated by supply and demand, The commercial' value of uuy commodity depends on supply nnd demand. It (he
demand for a particular I'oiinitodity is
continuously rising, anil the supply
does not increase, Ino commercial value
will continually rise.
When the minis of Ihe world art,
thrown open und the governments say,
" We will take all the silver and cold
thai comes," nn unlimited deniiinil is
established The supply is limited,
Now, wilh an unlimited demand and a
limited supply, lliere is nothing lo stop
the Iwo metals going up in the market
except the governments' saying ''hold,
mi these metals nre for money, we fix
the values ul which Ibey circulate.
This unlimited, ujoiuanil is lor silver ni
SU  for .iJH grains ami ffl forililti
grains nf gi'dd wo si.-,tup tlm-,' fittn
iji|llii!'„ respectively, In those quantities,"
While an iiulitiiilei! il.'iiiaiiil has been
established, I Iiii point at which the
supply can luko ,'iilviilitago of thai demand is lixed.   Ami ll;:' demand pulls
j theill bulb op In that   |,'ii111.   ,\l III In
j 1 nnd H71.| grains of silver ;|s a unit,
the commercial value of bil\ grains of
pure silver is a dollar, and an ounce of
jsiver is worth $1.28 20-100, and 2l(.iS
grains or gflld is worth a dollar, and aq
punco of gold would be worth jj2t),«
[ (18 (W-100.—Nelson Tribune,
 . «-.	
SIkuiIiI Ask for Enough.
We understand !|iai Ur. ,1. A. .Mara,
Jt, I'., member for this district, will,
| when parliament, meets, endeavor In
obtain from the Dominion Govern-,
inenl "nn appropriation for the pur-.
pose of rendering ibe Qkunagan river
navigable between I entietoil and Dog
lake,   ll is lu be hoped that Mr. Mara
Ml iv i .      ii  i,i in m   unpin   ui nu.    on i  i'iiii ii
will nol let this inatler rent until the.
appropriation is granted, as the .lis-.
tivi,"t is, entitled In it, In view of the.
fuel llnil, the I'. ,S, (loverinneut in-,
lends In make the Okanagau river
navigable smith of iho line, this public,
work has become more necessary iq
tlte jnlet'osls of trade between thu
upper nnd lower Okunugaii. If any
appropriation is grunted ll should certainly be not less thiiu a sum sufficient
lo render the rivo.r poriiitinenl.lv navigable for large craft, so that unnecessary I'e-liiiiiilliiig of freight may
he avoided, Nolessii siiiiilhitii t2U,qtjri
should be applied, foe THE ADVANCE.
JTUAItTS t\'QRRI8
I'lioi'iuil'ioiis
Puullsruxl   «ia kly  nt   MJilivay,   It. i
Subscription I'rlcOi 12,00 '"■'' aiihuin. payable
i iiilviiii.-c cither •■ ;lr or lialfjuirly a' the
.rilii-I'.'
bill inn nf the
Ailverli-iaa I'i'-
Though ll"- colli)]
iliMij- open fur tin'
'pn
'■I'a-lll'ily iinl''
'.'..ri ..iiiiiii'
jitililMiort,
it iiij'lii'atiii'i.
of Tin; Anv.isi■■. are
I | ii-iull   d'   lililll'-i'n' III
,ij),'t!ii)i'i', ivd il" nol tn'''-
. '. :'   ilu a;.i!ilansi'X[ ,':.  aij
publiciiiloresl nml in
rilv endorse nay
, ,.n ■ a'uiii', ■ rufii personal IlllturO iv
„i,aiv.
I net hC
„«.     ....  .....    *.   ^.
| the province or changed fjitjr residence within it since.   'I.l;i; liimiiojon
= I Government bayg not seer. IJttqprq-
ridfl any fpi'ins for carrying it out,
such as declaration forms, etc, and, as
we biive'iiopai'tv organizations in this
proline, as in lbe,.;ii.t, on the alert to
get ci'ei'v possible name on the list, it
behooves everyone ivho is entitled lo a
viitd to get his name put pn the list.
This is a comparatively easy matter,
which sliould, however, not' he pul off
till it is toil hilo. ,j!:'»
WEI1XKSDAY, NOVEMBER I! ISM.
Tho lelli I "ii 'im' lasl page signed
,"Nemo," contains a statement which,
though patent to every single resident
nf Keltic river, does not nppearto havo
In en grasped liy I he postal depiirtuieut, j
viz.; that   vvIltil   Ibis  section   of   the
Official Administrator's Notice.
In the Matter ',1 ROBERT SCOTT,
Decepsed :
fi/un; ia nt
Order inhdr; I
, lliililcni't K;'.iii!,i.,|
coiitili",' needs js  a   lhrough   inter-1tnhor,.Mil, th
Penticton
ni.,1 li
service fii
to Marcus, Wash. The necessity
ibis bus been several limes pointed Oil
in tbe columns of this paperbeforo.I'{f0"°*|,""^
Two mails a week from Piintlcton to
Grand I''orks will cnrtahily, if grouted,
be un immense Improvement qn lbe
presenl Canadian service, but the postal authorities can n.ly Ibal tiiey will
uol receive milch revenue from the
sale of postage stamps in lj.ot.llo river
until the inl('il,:lliqliul service is established. L'ntil this is done tlie people
to tlua east of Boundary mountain, ul
(ll'if rule,, Yj'ill continue to uso Marcus
iis llieir post ollice. .Mr. Fletcher
would do well lo visit this district personally and judge for himself, The
presenl system is certainly un Injustice
lo the Kettle rivet- district as a whole,
nnd more especially to the Grand Prairie section
 ►•-.	
A correspondent   from   lbe   upper
Uppor Okanagan writes us Hint ns
thugs are hard be is thinking of quitting lbe country.   As other people who
nre now living in the besl. agricultural
flection of llriiish Columbia may be in I
ilie same frame of mind, we offer a few I
words of public advice
Ihe equntry."  The upper Okuuugan is
all right
llaliY GIVEN Ilinl la in
llie County Court ui' \ afe,
,datod lliu 31b! day uf Qn
;'i'i,.'ii(a! \a.ta appoliittil
uilaiini.-naiiiii' bl tin' c !-. chattels ami < nuns
of tlm n lm vi'-iiiui,<al i ail,ii; Scott. In 11- "I Kei-o-
of j incus, ilei'i'iisi'il.   All persons Indebted l,i Ilia
Incensed are requested lu pay tlie unipliiil of
uii'li iiiiti'lil.-iliiiss  fnrlbiviili   In  tile'Voider-
11 persons inivin,' i-luiiaa iigutiiHl
itisoil nn' rcquustml  lu rnrivard
same to llie Ulldcrtllgnud un ur beforp the flint
day of January, lSfo,
FRED'K. .1   KL'LTOX,
Oflk'liil Administrator.
| Kamloops, H. ('..
Isi November, 1801,
VERNON, B. C,
ier chant
A  C'ai1(i;i>i of Waggons, Binders,  Mowers, Rakes and
Prills juHi arrived.   Cheap for Cash.
pull Linus of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hoots and Shoes,
Hardware and CJ'otkjng on Hand.
Concord Harness and Stock Saddles Kept in Stock or
Made to Order.
UT. EL.  KE&AW
A. G. FULLER
GOLD COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
Otfoyoos Division of Yalo l>is-
trlct.
All placer claims anil lcnso IioUIh iu llili ilis-
trlot legally hold may lie laid over from llie 1st
of Novombor, 1801, lo the I«i of Juno, 1805.
C, A. It. LAMBLY,
Osovoos, II. ('.. (.old Committsloiior,
Kill Oi'toher, IRU
NOTICE.
"TAKK NOT!'
1 Kiurvicw, i..
liltoinl i"iipjily in
Hit
ItHngat I
for
Hi
In the Matter of the Licensing Act nnd
Amending Act5; nnd in tho Matter of
the Application of Thoums Elliott to
Transfer His License to George, J.
Shechan.
I, 3'lionma Elliot, of
il'l-lot nf YftlO.li.U,
i nl of LlconBU Coin-
j'oOd "fi Mio l-'illi (lay nf
iniBSion Iii tmnsfiT
.„. ,1. Shechan a license l<> well boor, wine,
Ktay with | andotlior intoxicating nml fonnontod llquora
nw hold by mo for prcmiuon sitimicd near tlie
Drown BoiU'" mine, nnd that t havo civuacil
lopositod with
Laiiihly, Kaq.,
two of Hor Man^ty** Justices m the I'cuct.1 [or
tho said districl
(Signed)     THOMAS ELLIOT,
Novombe}:.Sni, IfW
Barnard Avenue,       Vernon,B. C.
INGRAM & BUBER
General Teamsters and Freighters,
ROCK CREEK,  B. C.
Kul.es from Penlictou lo dump .McKinney, Hock Creek, Midway and
Boundary Fulls, two cents per pound for two tons or under, Marcus toll id-
way, tin' sauie pato.   jtfarcus l() Grand Prairie one cent pqr pound.
Specia] Rates for targe Orders and Ore Contracts.
mil lliiu-e is lull   lbe slc'lltest ' HOtlcOof lll.v application III 111)
mil iiiiii. is not. tne sigiiiesi; aam ' K^mA (,,AII
doubt that lhat district lias a glorious	
future iii front ot jt. When thePro*
viui'o i.s better developed and better
incujis of coniinmiicalion are opened
up, the Upper Okiiiiagaii farmer will
pot (inly capt|ire the market of Iho
idinltigcountry lo the south, but also
Ihal of Kootenay,   Tiie best industries
tip north, I'niii, Imps, dairying, »»d|no^for(SM^"SiMSo
inlxed fanning, have not yet begun to
turn in largo lnoney, but they certainly
will in lime. Agriculturists leaving
•Spulliiiiicheeti or Okanagan tit tlie present time, when the mining industry is
starling up agajii on ijolid foundations
iu almost every section of |.he Pro-
'.•'!     l;„|,l|,)„„„cr,',,l !l lipfn- ■•'■■
years to come.
There appears lo he little doubt Unit
fhe Provincial Government intends lo
borrow more money and that without
delay. T,„, policy of the Government
in litis respect is certainly the correct
'one for n country like British Columbia, and provided tlio sum secured
from the Outside is expended in a sensible manner in opening up Ihe country anil not in beautifying the capital
;ind putting through railway deals,
there need be no opposition to jt from
the interjor constituencies at any rale.
What, is needed, are roads, bridges nnd
such like improvements, which open
up the country for the boiiotit of the
people at large. Oncu these ure secured and the resources of the country
(■an be put to some practical use, railways will follow iisu natural sequence,
without lite necessity of Government
guarantees of Interest on bonds.
  ►•-.	
Kettle river has always in lbe past
hud llie reputation of being Hit! mosl
neglected district in East Yale. By
the amollllt ol money spent this
season by lbe Provincial Government
on roads it may lie stated to have been
tlie most favored. Teniporu intilaiitur,
The whole country will, however,
reap benefit from tlie expenditures
ninth' this season from Camp McKinney eusl, and not Hie Kettle river sec
tion alone,
NOTICE.
TAKK JJOTIClUllttl I, K It. Kline, of Knir-
riotf, in (In- Disirict ofYnlo, H. ("., intend
i apply lu tin: Board uf Lii'iniHct'oniniissiiVnerri
    of DeeomW
r to Thomas
.Hint n license tu Bell boor, wine nnd othor
Intoxiofttlilg iind fermented liquors now hold
by urn for OTClillaej ktiAwn Rfj tlie' QqlHop Onto
Hotol, nnd thftl I havo caused notice of'my
application to bo doposlted with It. (i. sidley
nnd ('. A. II. Uuiibly, two of Hor Majestys
Justices of the I'caee for said district.
'   iSigiied}     F. R; KLINE
November 3rd, l8i!L' '
ENDERBY HOTEL
II. IV. IVlllfiHT, PROP,
:-:   ENDERBY, B, C,   ;-;
I.lvery in Ciiniiccllon.
Kirsl-ciiiss accommodation for Commercial
TriiyoUcs.
llunliiik' nud pithing in !|biiji.Ijjijcd ttiroii'.-li
Ihis district.
I'licli llnrscs nnd Qulllos furnished to Sports,
nidi ou sliorlcsi initice.
COURTS  OF ASSBZE.
Table Showing the Dates and Rlaces of Courts
of Assize, Nisi Prlus, Oyer and Terminal!
and General Uaol Delivery for
the year 1894,    •   "
FALL ASSIglig,
Clinton	
lUcliileld	
Kamloops	
Vpmpn	
Lyftflu	
New \\'i.'»llllii:i;lcr.
Vuni'iiiivrr	
Victoria..
.'I'liurailiiy. t'Dth Scptoiubor
,,.Monday, aith Soptonihor
 Monilny, lsi October
 Mondtiy, Stli Ootobor
 ITi'lday, 12th Ootobor
....Tuosto);,lllh Nqyomboi'
...Miiiiiliiy,l2lliN'uraiilii'r
Tti'.-silny, 'J.,th Niivmliir
Niiiiiiini" Tuesday, !7tl| Xuvi'inlicr
C. F. COSTERTON
VHIIXOX, H. ('.
—&.&&aa.+J   Pol"	
The Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td.,  Wholsalo
Importers of Win»s and Spirits.
Xlcholles k Renouf. Agricultural Machinery.
GILBERT'S RESORT.
OKANAGAN LANDING.
HDNTINfl, FISHIP, BOATip.
'I'UO^OL'iilh.Y (.'O.MK(J|VT.\1U.li;,
LIQUORS and CIGARS.
ill
Htlll Time Left,
We are Informed (hut there is sliil
time left for parlies living in this outlying section of tlie province to gel
llieir names on Ihe Dominion voters'
list. This can be dime by forwarding
olio's name and ipialiHciition to lion,
Mr, Justice Walkem, Kamloops, ut
once. The following are the series of
ipialiliciitions, any one of which will
suffice :-
Owners of $300 worth of property in
a city, of $1100 worth in a town, or of
$150 worth in a village or township •
pcciipunts of like properties In a nimti-
eipnlity; leiinuts pitying $2 a month,
$11 a quarter, pr.^20 a yf.u'r; persons
t'liiniiig $it»)a year; farniers' sons und
owners' sons, where property owned is
sutUcieut to qualify all. It is a prerequisite, of course,' to all these qtiulili-
i'lttions that the person tu register be a
British subject of at least t^onty-oiie
years of age.' Asthe iniinicipiil voters'
lists nre pi ima.'1'iicie. evidence of sufficient propurty (iiiaJiliciiiiiin, all 'the
hanii's of these, are first liiinsfeiTed by
ihe revising liurtisLir to the Dominion
lists. Provincial voters, who were on
(he provincial lists up to 20th duly,
IKI,"), by a special provision of the Act,
lire itlsii qiiiililiiiil, independent of other
unallHcatlon, as Dominion voters.
The grp.ator liunibor. pi those
iil.o "\vill reyuirn to register by do-
j'liir.'ilion at'tliis time "ill, nndoulit-
ral y be young inen >vho have
atl/iinod' Iheir majority since tbe
List revision upwards ol' four years
Ui mid people who have come into
— -A.*aaij-iiL-tU  Foir—
TIib Okanagun-Spalliiiiickefl Dists.
FOR
Tne lloyul Insurance,
The London & Lancashire,
The Insurance Co. of North America,
T')|0 London ^ Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
Tho Sun Llfo Assurance Co., or Canada.
The Canadian Permanent Loan & Investment Co.
The Dominion Building k Lean Association. •   '    -''
General RghI Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
GRAND PRAIRIE
HOTEL
GRAND PllAffilU, KETTLE IlIVKIt,
Good Stork o
Liquors and Cigars
.   .   .   flood Stabling.
PRICES REASONAULE,
MCLAREN BROS., PROPRIETORS.
IIL,\('KS>,r.TIi   SHQV   lN   CONNECTION
Singes Leave every Molality ami IVcilni'silay
for Marcus, Wash.
VICTORIA HflfEL
VERNON, B. 0,
McAuley & Grant,
PROPRIETORS.
I'lltST.CV.SS IN jiVHIlV BltpPEfJIT]
ciiAiiuus MODKit.t'rr:
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Centrally Located in the Boundary Crock
Mining; Camps.
HEST PF LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
CHAI(GE8 MODERATE,
!U|ll||l(J Men Personally Conducted tn Any of
J|lie Camps, or Horses Furnished.
THOMAS. J. HARDY, PROP. „
T. ELLIOT,
General Merchant,
FAIRVIEW, 8- C.
Keeps the L,arggst nnd Best Asfjortfid Stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, &e,
nny place south of Vernon, apd sells mi totin,, to spit the lipies,
(,'beapest. Place t;i buy for (li|sh ||) tlie Qknilftggfl (.'puntry.
FULL WEIGHT AND  MEASURE
ASSURED.
.-^)^..i...
BANttMONTREAE
CAPITAL (all paid up) $12,000,000.
REST,..;     11,000,000'.
SIR DONALD A. SMITH, Pros.    HON. GEO, E, DHUJ1MOND, Vice-Pin
K. S, ULOUSTON, (Ihmjhai, AIan.uhch
SiA.'V^TffG-S  13 itt JL. m P BE.
RATEIjl!! INTKIfEST AT PRESBNT 31 PER CENT,
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDED.
Branches In London, Enpr,, New Fork and Ohicngpi apfl in all the principal ciliesj
in Canada.   Buy und Hell Sterling Exchange audi labia Transfers.  Grant
commercial and travelling ci'edits,iivaibi|jle in any part of the world.
Drafts Issued.
Collections Made to all Points.
BRANCHES IN IUUTISII COLUMBIA :
VANCOUVER     -     -     NEW WESTMINSTER,
VICTORIA    ....        NELSON
Vernon Eranch : G. A. HENDERSON :
Wulffsolin & Bewicke,
(LIMITED)
BANKERS
$i
$
IR
Financial, Real Estate, tape k General Agts.
Il/.ii'KEIlS AND CORRESPONDENTS
Bank of British Columbia
Agents for Sale of Lots on the Aberdeen and Lyons
WULFFSOHN & BEWICKE, Ltd.,
Dock House, Biluter Street, London, Eniii.and,
VANCOUVER, B. C. and VERNON, B. 0.
J0HANN WULFFSOHN, Managing'Director. , 1
Vernon Branch, G. A. Hnnkey, Manag-er,
PAIHVIEW HOTEL
(Next to Mr. Elliiil'sa|i,ri..|
JOHN MOFFAT, PHOP.
SLOANB-PAINE-BICIJll 0(|M! EXCELLENT MM
l\W, PAWN
BOCK CREEK HOTEL , . ,
MOUTH OK ROCK CREEL.
XX.   JPittcsxi.tlrijjlx,   Big-*..
FnisT-C'i„iss Accommodation roil Guests.
GOOD STABLING
M'Kscclloiil Fislilnfi on Kettlo Itivcr..gJ
XiXriKC   KEB
GENERAL STORE
ROOK CHEEK,
Miners' Sl.],pl(e«.  Also (.'liincso Goods.
ilie l.eaill
WHOLESALE  &  53ETA8L
GROCERS
Of the Northwest,
Sjrolntnu,   TV.vili.
SOLE AGENT'S FOll
Lipton's Celebraterl Ceylon Teas.
Anheuser-Bii3cl) Budweiser Beer.
"Diamond" Creamery Butter.
Write  Us Enr Prloos  mi   AllJ'tlltn(( to
Eat or Drink, '
SLOANE-l-AlXE-ltltllilOM)  (•().,
010-,'lin SPOKANE, M'ASII.
NOTICE,
f.'AMpSM. BLACK,
In the Goods i
Deceased.
All portions hiivi.it, any nliiiin nrtiiliint tlio
iilinvo cslilto iiilib-it Mi'inl lin. Hiiiiin In tit Ihe
iniilcrsiKiiliil ivltllln olio liiomll fi'inii Hid iliitii nf
this notto. '
IMISlicil)    FRANK H. 11LACK,
Exoi'ttlor.
Miihvny, Ool, 21,1S1I1. ii'll-lin '
^HHWINCVIIAM.
E, G
lOXPKJCSS
I rtivecli
Xj I N K
Osoyoos, Rock Creek, Boundary
Creek and Grand Prairie.
(101X11 WliST
LeavesGriinil rrnirii! (Nnrlli Fork, iin Mn
Uu'on'sl en Woilncsiliiy inoming, arriving
O.ath'PQS 'I'luirsiliiy oVoniliE,
I1IIIM1 EAST
Ijcaveti Osoyoos Erlilay niorntlig, niiHrlpR nl
llrionl I'l'iiiriuSiiliiriliij i.-.iiiiliig.
Horses afld Buggies for Hire.
MARTIN BROS.
UiAllINU lllll'SK KOH
Hardware^ Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
and Glass.
"V©a?33i03iL, 3E2. CJ.
ARM5TR0NQ   HOTEL
}l.  KEYES, Prop,
Pood Accommodation,
[Jest Liquors und Cigars.
First-Class Stabling.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
^ajnton's JMusic Store
-OLD   D93T   QFFIOE-
4QH Hastings Street, Vancouver.
Pianos and Organs-Easy Terms
Shoot Music, fto.  Special attention given to
Mall Orders.
e Yernon Livery
hi ni
mm
■1 -.. uja
$ '-a;.
Is Stalk
Iluviilg taken over the stables of Gallagher & Stevenson, and thoroughly over
hauled nnd refitted the premises, I am prepared to meet the demands
of tho public.   I have oil hand a complete stock of new rigs,
(double and .single) for public (ise, and also a good lot
nf well broken carriage and saddle horses,
Tourists desiring to see the country would do well to call.
Good Single Drivers,
Good Saddle Horses.
Ladles' gentle double ancl single drivers and saddle horses.
Horses boarded by the week or moptli (box stalls if desired).
Horses broken to harness, and horses und cattle sold on commission,
Dealer in hay apd grain, wholesale nnd retail.
Cprmev Of Mission cixxtl T!i-o.iboii Straeta
W, GARDNER, Proprietor.
Upposltp w. 11. Megaw's Storo,
Post Ollico Box 137
Note.-This slalilo ivill lip run slrii.lly llrst-i-lnss in every particular. My drivers arc nil free,
and gentle disposition, nud tlie most (liintMo stock the market can produce Special intention
to transient trade and to boarders,
tta. All kinds of heavy teaming promptly attended to.
MOF   XiAXSTD   FOB
—AT—
SA-TtJEi
OKANAGAN MISSION, |. C.
-§-
-Fox?   Flo-a-grlx.,
FOR SALE.
purity, 20,000 pop day,
Bplf-Feodur, with Jolnturnnd Packer
compliite.   Terins ii'itsonabli'.
Apiily Advance Opmoh or
MARK HILL,
Okanagan P.O..
A. D. WORGAN.
VERNON, II. C.
\VS OF THE DISTRICT FOR  SALE.
Notice of Licensing Court.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a
MoonBlng Cini'rt for tlio southern portion
n( tlm Osoyoos II vision ot Vnle Ulstrirt will be
lielil nt. the Govornnient Ofllce, Osoyoos, on
(lin lath day of lini'iiiliia' ni'xi, ut llu- hiiiii'ii;'
cloven o'clock in the forenoon.
0, A. R. LAMBLY.
QpVKIINMKNT Ol'l-K'K,
(.isoyiiim. 1st. Nnvoiutjt'r, IKill,
aPlvs-ti-CXEiigi^. Open Beuch Beady
PORTION  IN  CROP
All Under Large Irrigation Ditch From Mission Creek.
Cheapest and Best in the Market.
;-: Also Choice Acre Blocks in Vernon :-/.
Address FORBES M. KERBY, C. E,
OKANAGAN MISSION P. O.
NICHQLLES & RENOUF, L'td
Victoria,   H.  O.
AGBICUWAL MACHINERY,
SOLE AGENTS EOR
Brantford f Binders f and i Mowers,
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
A Fyll line tf Wagons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows &c., &c,
WAUEHOIJ.SE AT VERNON. LOCAL ITEMS,
Messrs. Kerr Bros, are p.utliug up u
jbutcber's shop near Mr. Martin's build*
(ing.
Dr. Jukes Is now residing in .Messrs.
.Oiirtinell A; .Schuster's huililing, whicli
he has leased.
Mr, F, Coryell is now living on his
.pre-emption adjoining the townsile.
He intends putting jip a new dwelling
house tin's winter.
Soine good specimens of ore cnri ying
ruby silver were brought into town on
.Sunday by Ihe men working in the
Texas tunnel. They report having
just struck a cross vein of this ore. No
assays havo been ina.de of it.
Mr. and .Mrs. W. Powers returned
from Spokane last Thursday, To show
their appreciation of tlie happy couple
ihe inhabitants of the town turned out
the other night und serenaded their
residence. The noise at a distance
.sounded lilac the lirst low warnings ol'
an approaching earthquake,
Mr. i'j, K. Bradford, who bonded tlio
.Steinwinder in Greenwood i woseasotis
ago, came to Midway on Saturday
accompanied by Col, Thompson, of Detroit, Michigan, alter paying u visit of
inspection to llie principal claims in
iGreenwood. They returned the following day to the Prairie, and it, is understood they will return shortly to
Houndury.
DISTRIOT NOTES.
Mr. F. Dettiiiitrhasnnunnenced sinking ou the Miiniont.
.Messrs. Ross &('tilby of the St.. Lawrence, are expected in to-day from
Spokane,
Mr. L. fJbristien has sliil six men fix.
ing the hew road on both sides of Camp
McKinney.
There will be u dance al McLaren
Bros.' hotel, Grand Prairie, on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, 22nil.
Corliett nud Jackson can be found
,'inywheri! in the vicinity of the D. A.
inine.   They are u great pair.
Mr, F. Ruckle of Grand Piuirie, went,
pp to Yernnp. yesterday, He will return south iu about o-fortuigllt.
The Skylark can now he reached by
ihe new wagon road, the owners having made a road to connect, wilh same.
Mr. Roy is fencing iu tlie whole of
his pre-emption. He has the proud
distinction of owning llie finest hat on
Boundary creek.
Some very coarse gold has lately
been bulling ils way from Cedar creek
1.0 ii,(.'&l stores, Tlie Chinese are not
working (here for nothing.
The first car load of Helen rock will
be shipped to the smelter next week
Viii Marcus.- Tlie ore is unpicked, but
very rich, many chunks showing free
gold,
Mr. ,1. Schofiold, who lately sold out.
ilis interests in the Summit citmp to
Mr. W. T. Smith, leave,; slfortly for a
visit to bis ijlii. home in Manchester,
i'lighiini
Ti.Armstrong was arrested last Friday by -Mi'. McMynn at Rock creek on
a charge of being implicated iu the
recent cuttle stealings and taken to
Osoyoos foi' safe keeping.
Mr. Gillespie, who took up a pre
eniption last summer on the summit of
Anarchist mountain, has moved his
bund of percheron horses onto the
range opposite to the mouth of Pock
creek.
The vein on the D. A. 1ms now been
opened uj.i seventy-live feel. The fraction between this claim and the Elk-
juorn, in which Messrs, Holhrook, Lu-
plitnto uiui Winters each hold a third
j teres t, and from whicli ore is now being taken oul for shipment, has been
pained the SV. I).
The distance from Midway lo Grand
Prairie (McGlllllis k Vaugliaii'» gale)
by tlie new road is twenty-one and a
'piarler miles. The great blessing of
this new loud is tliiit it not, only Irav-
urst's tliu heart of tho Boundary ore
belt, hut, can be used the yeai round,
jblgll water or no high water.
The collection of minerals exhibited
at the Vernon show, wjiich consisted
of ores from forty of tlie best developed properties in Fairview, Mc-
Kiiuieyaud llie Boundary camps, wns
shipped down to the const by the Guv -
eminent, Inst week, where it will be exhibited before being sent to thu Imperial jnstiliite.
If the Keltic river district does nol;
pbtttln a semi-weekly mail service it,
will not be through nny luck of atten-
floil on Hie port of Mr. J. A. Mara, who
lias done his utmost to promote it.
There is little doubt that, if the tenders
sent in ure considered to he in any
way reasonable that the bi-weekly service wished for will be granted, With
the post office depart inept it is solely
a consideration of tip? cost,,
Mr. lsoiiore Bouchorje, who died lust
Friday week at his ranch, was u native
of France, and one uf the earliest
pioneers of the Okauagttn country,
jhaving come to tip! Pacific coast in the
golden days of '10, and having lived on
the shores of Qkapagan lake since 18(K).
'Three years ago, after selling his place
in Ihe Mission yalley to Mr. Alfonso
Lefevre, he retired to his other properly on Ihe wesUiilenf the lake. His
age was 'Sl, und he has no known relatives in this country Though resident
so ninny years out wesl he spoke English willi dillleiilly.   He was llie very
ynu uf tin old French peasant,   Hjs
decease will be greatly regretted by nil
tbe old timers who have known bin..
intimately for so many yours.
Mr. Hardy lias two men doing sss<;ss-
luenl. work on the Falcon, adjo/iiing
the Roll Roy, Atwood's camp.
The first freight wagon caiBO fiver
ihe new Boundary mountain road from
Grand Praito the Fells on Saturday.
Messrs. Johnson and Sclioljtld ape
lining development work on the Eagle
-south extension of the Knob IJjll,
Greenwood.
The old liewdney Irajl across llj.e
Boundary mountain bus been cleared
out. It in sliil used by the present
mail carrier.
The one-eighth Interest jn the pother
Lode, Deadwood, owned by the lute
Richard Thompson, lias been purchased
by Mr. .Million) McCttaig,
Messrs, McLaren Bros., Gram- fVal-
rie, nre aboul tobujld a run ia a wwks
close to their bUick-unith a " anil
hotel,, and will bo ready lo supply the
district with sleighs.
Seven men are nt work on the ,Summit camp I'nr Mr. \V. T. Smith. The
new cabins uiuj shaft, bouse havo boen
completed nud a good trull is being cul
out down to the mouth of Fisherman
creek, a distance of six miles. This
will give tho ciiiup an outlet by the
norlli fork of Kettle river,
Dr. 11. L, Beckingsale, "resident
physician for tlie Kettle river district (?)" is Is in California, Why Dr.
Beckingsale received the apftoiiituicnt,
considering that he never set, foot in
the district, is incomprehensible, The
appropriation should he given to Dr.
Jukes, who has made Kettle river his
home,
Messrs. Faclishouder and Wilcox
have a contract to sink on the Last,
Chance, Smith's camp. Some particularly fine looking rock has lieen coming out of the shaft of this claim lately.
The vein averages six feet nod the ore
carries grey copper, Recent development has proved the Last Chance to be
a heller property than il has hilhertoo
been considered.
Mia T. Phelinn, foreman of the Josie,
Trail creek, and an old timer of Camp
McKinney, is taking in White's and
other Boundary camps, He reports
everything very flourishing nl the now
town oi Rossland, that about one
hundred men are being steadily employed al the mines, and Hint the S. F,
k N. railway is getting away with the
trade of that distriet.
Messrs. S. Maiigott and D. McEncli-
ren of the Morning Shir, Fairview,
have leased the Strathyre Company's
stamp mill for llie winter uiui s*ill
commerce crushing ore ou or about the
20th of this month, This is welcome
news to the peopleof Fairview and the
district generally. There is plenty of j
money in sight in the Morning Star,
and "Steve and Danny" pre nol going
to let it lie in the groupd. Fairview |
ows a good deal to their pluck anil enterprise,
Small shipments of ore have lieen
sent to the cyanide works, Vancouver,
by the owners of the following claims
on Boundary mountain, to find out
whether their ores can be treated successfully by that process or not; D, A.,,
Helen, Mother Lode, Steiuwinder. A
great deal of importance is afjcjjetl to
the results of I hi so tests, as if successful there is little doubt that local cyanide works will be established on Boundary creek in the near future.
Tlie Boundary mountain road gang
were all paid off by Mr. McMynn last
Saturday with the exception of six,
whom Mr, McGinnls lios kept on to give
the Huishlng touches to a few uf the
grades, This will probably have been
done by next Saturday, when we understand Mr. McGinnis will commence
work on the sleigh road up the north
fork of Kettle river, whicli v „ be
built, if possible, as far as Mi', Clarke's,
raucb, about six miles up thei.it earn.
Mr. McOinnis is giving the greatest
possible satisfaction ns toad superintendent for the Kettle river district.
Tljissii'niuer has seen forty acres of
timber land reclaimed hy Mr. T.Clinton. This adds greatly to ihe appearance of this genl Ionian's fine property
near Litrkin, Ssmo idea of the magnitude of the undertaking! niny be gathered when il, is Stated that no less than
700 stumps were cleared oil' Hie land,
and Lhat too without the aid of a
stumping niai'hine. The plan adopted
was that of boring into the roots with
an auger apd thei) selling them on lire,
whicli commends Itself to all those contemplating tho clearing of bush land,
and if more extensively practiced
would be found by fur the most convenient, easy and speedy nielhod of
clearing, Some stumps that measured
three feet in diameter were buipt out
in twenty-four hours,
Seldqpi does it fall to Hip lot of nnia-
teur huntsmen to procure two liner
specimens of big |)qrn t|iiin were
brought to Vernon recently by Mr.
I). IJ. Gelliilly, This gentleman whjlst
hiinliiig on tiie west side of Okanagnn
luko runie upuu tjie Iwo animals in
question engaged iu a piff-bcd, battle,
the battle ground being a beautiful
leyel bench or plt'l-cnn high up in the
luotiiituins, nnil so jutpnl were' l|ie 111-
fulfilled, monarch!! (if thu Mountain criiigs, each endeavoring to wrest
supremacy one from the oilier, that,
llie intruder was allowed to approach
witlpi! i, distance of thirty yards without any notice being laken of his presence,  This, of course, placed the com
batants entirely at J.is mercy, and i he
coup de gi-us war- administered after
his being n s/.lent wjtness for some time
of a scene which will never be entirely
effaced from his memory,
fully three-fourths of the22,000acres
which constituted I he coiniiioiuigc near
Vernon is now held by purchasers and
pru-cin plan's, many of whom have
made considerable improvements on
their place-. Mr. Q. Faulkner lias this
suiiiniei'fenced 010 acres, 100 of which
lie l.u'.s ii.liyi.-idy ploughed ready fin'
cropping in lbe spring. Nol. very long
ago Ib's land was regarded us useless
by many who would now gladly avail
then-selves of il,
Mr, nut! Mrs. 1!. 11, Gilpin, yyjio were
married last week in .Spokane, returned
to their homo in Grand Prairie on
Sunday. On Monday evening a largo
number uf their friends anil neighbors
went down to ihe residence of ibe genial custniijsI'fflceraud made lbe usual
nuisy demonstrations nl' welcome,
The happy couple invited everybody
in nnil all Iiiul a very pleasant lime,
which lasted well into Tuesday mowing. Their hospitality was very much
appreciated,
VEJJNON N'QTES,
IKroin our own correspondent.)
Hops are now being shipped front
the Aberdeen estate to England; and
although it is understood Ihe prices are
not quite tip to those of last year, yet
il js pleasing to be assured that Ihe
crop gathered was about equal und tbe
quality if anything superior lo last
year's sample,
Commencing on November 1st, the
service on Hie 8. k O. branch was reduced to three trains [ier week. This,
although causing some inconvenience
to the travelling public, wns perhaps
necessary for purposes of economy,
Some idea of the amount of rustling
that took place enn be gained when il,
is stated 'hat on the last day of grace
allowed to parties to avail themselves
of the rebate given oil taxes paiil up to
a certain date, Hint the city coffers
were enriched by Ihe sum of $!,000,
Considering that this amount represents about oiie-linlf of the revenue to
be collected for the year, iu times of
depression like the present il speak);
well for the financial stability of the
community,
The foundation is being prepared for
the Roman Catholic church which is
soon to grace by its presence our fair
city.
The city is to be congratulated on
having obtained such a splendid service
as has been supplied lo her by the Vernon and Nelson Telephone Company,
and to show their appreciation the
citizens occupying all the principal
business houses aiid several private
residences have availed themselves of
the same,
It were u pity to demolish the one
silent witness to lbe recent reception
accorded the Gi'vernpr-General in Ihe
arch left standing on Barnard avenue,
Some one .should suggest to the council the advisability of allowing it to remain, and periidvctilure it. niny take
root, furnishing thereby a living witness to the favorable climate nnd fertility of the soil of Ihe Okanagan,
Then, again, see lbe amount of energy
necessary for the erection of such
structures that would be saved in the
distant ft.tjji'p, when it might be
brought into requisition ut some such
other ceremony,
The artesian well boring business
goes nienlly on. The company Intvi
not yet quite made up llieir minds
whether lhey would prefer oil or
water, but time may solve tins
difficulty. Water is very convenient
when the other ingredient, is much
over proof, and u lucrative trade in oil
might hu driven if only the adventurous company could secure the contract
for supplying lubricants to be used on
the joints of the present city council,
and lo Insure the smooth working of
the fdlure one.
Each day the weather Ihre.'ilens rain
or snow. In the meantime thu tanners are busily engaged ploughing, und
So favorable has it lieen since the fall
rains for this work Hint, many nre far
advanced, leaving little to be done in
the spring,
The new flour mill is Hearing completion, nnd nil Interested in it ure
anxiously awaiting lliu action of the
town council in Ihe matter "Will
the line of $25 per day he enforced or
not? and where Ib the wheat to come
from from which he flour is to be
manufactured ?" These questions are
being asked by everybody,
The hunting party consisting of
Mayor Martin, Mr. P, Ellison Mr. L.
Girouard und Mr. D. McNalr returned
to town yesterday after a few days
spent in bunting nnil fishing on Long
lake. They report having had a very
pleasant, time, although gauio was nol
plentiful and ijsh did not readily lake
the lly. The object of this trip, however,'was attained, viz., to have a jolly
good time,.
 ► o -.	
Wedding Hells.
On Nov. 1st, at Ihe Episcopal church,
Rev. Mr. Oiitei bridge officiating, and
in llie presence of a large number of
friends, Mr,. S. A. Shutford and .Miss
Lettiii Raleigh were united in the
bont]s qf matrimony. The hridegrotn
was supported liy his brother, Ml'. W.
T. Shiitl'ord, nnd the bride by hep sis-
tep, Miss Rohiigh, Mr, D. A. Buchanan, q, friend of the family, gave tho
bi'idii away, After Ihe ceremony Hie
united couple drove to tip' (ruin, bound
for Calgary, N. W, T., where lbe
where H)o hqneymoon will bo spent.
If ths quantity of rice showered upon
newly mnrrieil people is n gunge of
popularity apd lbe well wishes ol llieir
friends, then Ibis couple should be
happy indeed, for lhey wen; literally
smothered with it. In the heiirly congratulations of friends the ADVANCE
begs leave to join with besl wishes fulfill lire happiness.
~kI/
JUST
OPENED
.    .    .   UP!!
STOMACH WORMS IN LAMBS-
Symptoms of Tlvel? Prpxi ;i<\- j*.nl :i Sii:ijilc
Itemed? for Mm [>oti1iW'
G. Arthur Rendell,
General .Merchant
.BOUNDARY FALLS, B.C.
\ Full Stock ol
DRY   GOODS,
llcini-ilj 0,1-11111 liimiili,. i>    S3,  (I?        "ra V fr .-"* ■i*"^ ¥     1
During last an",!!i!. thero „:,, great   f   M ;P> M R     ( IT GROCERIES,
miplitint of wiur.alit) .iaii,a.; buiilis, J ' m-A v i u a. W W* -*=«? MINERS' SUPPLIES
v. 1 ;..,,i.,,,. \y   Fi 'aril aa ;e  February a*'
number of llio America • a ieulturisl;,
nnd this was not 1 a; .-:;. , ;< • it is so
11,,.illy 1,very yi ai, ,; a- 11 a f>,re taken from their ilnyis mi'lili a- aa ! I'luc-
c'l np'.rt iii Borne iucln.-i i I.; and in a
few days of bleating f.;;a :; ilt'.ius thev
hoi'
MIDWAY, B, C,
i;sl!ll!V.I„„„,    CUnnlr    nP
on io 1','tr. -,:ii,.; 'i,'.,.|.a increase    i^Pflf   NtflfiK   ft!
naiaiii't-saa,;,! i,'i.:.al.O"!,,a."aai„l  M[b-'   "^0.   UL.
in unmoors ns tne i uuu ueti "s.i
fails la obtain the i ut/iji n; ;ieeos.snry
a K : aa.a ths        aa•-..   .1     i'l aiallmtll
—tip
GROCERIES,
mi mods,
BOOTS & SHOES
HARDWARE,
MINERS' SUPPLIES.
1 MCNIflM
0 • ill  111U u ii 1
1    -i .-.-..■-.:'■      ■.  -	
■ -a ■ ts 111 la ■ hinii. ■',;,'■ their
nppi'tile, diarrhea .-,,. ll: •}• liecoine
," 1111 ialed,  their bieatti tl   icult,
.ia 1 11 swejliug Is ia,. . ■ :   . 0 1! tlie
till' ml   ■■ , ' j<;-,iaa   j.iw     li  ir,. leiii 1 0(J,
tli . '  ret tilts    Wire Inni ■ if 1    lie-
c a bo, affei ;''.i   so ,a   oivii'irn iqijily
lotioiH, liiiint ■ 1. -.■ ; sail , t • tlio
Swellings, ana laiic- fiieui v, i ii 11 sharp
liliil'o !-a; ■!; it a 11,.' ii err -. 0 ts,
•aiii" tho ti'o'.lhl ii.a il oi "• 'i'lie
/awulling is aa jivli Tilion ul iiiiiluntri-
li'ia. which is ;a ,, ■■ 1 by ti ■ pies ,:■■■
.at' I'.iaiitl.'s.i tllM-aiuils ■■■'■ !'ir."al I,iii;
,-. inn :a tli !|i)i'!i-i. We :"• I'd to
nsa v. iy the - ,y,|l!   . nn ;;. ■ Java when
)':" I.a.Ill 1" ;a jlj the Sl 1 aa 'a;    Dim a;i
.aal effusions urn  1; ;;ai.' 1;, ■ ■: tons at-1
le; lin ; man   iaa'i   of  di.iii.iis wii-ire   —
im; '1'feetm ni'ioa isjin   ml    Jii-ii'"  p'D A YiTf^l
pre   U"o of greul imiiili rsof tliotwi-ted  U lN.ilIM U
std aa ''1 ivi; a : "ai" gjl'.tsco; i lltus) in
flic stomach of ths liiiiibi. wlii a iater- j
fui'iM.witli tho ii. a ■ live fun aia.a   As!
Hi'lainbisro'.iV.elof its pi'.i'i.'i- nnti'i- L      ,   r    ,,    ,,.,.,.,,    ,,   ,.
(ion, dropsical swel.i.igs result as out-   KETTLE   RIVELi, JJ. (
ward i iiiii a;.!;-,.' the trouble.
Long 11 fore li a .-a.v lia; oct r.r." in
the tlii'oat of the l.i.'ulis, they will show
,-; -,].i of languor, which indicite tlmt
tliay are ia ': v "i. Tills i: Lie time
v.l:--:i trail aaa!   •:■ in'.ilil i ■;; a  before  „ .,        ... ,.      ,
t'a- a',.-!";;;■ a i ".ra, iimiei' Hie ,i,".„'.; Every Attenlicn Given to Guests
i.a! .liaialu" aaa  loin nf appetite !i ive | 	
'-'in   iulotl the In ii'. l'tieiili ilanibs _
ilio.il lira sepiu-.iteil fi'jui th') ranminder    ''■ !-.   av I S EM. AN, Prop,
IBS,
ALL   AT   THt   1.-OWE5T   PRI0E8-
,1, \V. pED,
WATCHiiJAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Wnlch Repairing- a Specially,
111 Wurli \V!.ir)'e-it<'iI.    oS-ini
Ifjie (Jozy Shaving Parlor
V.'ailMIN'. II. C
The Gilmore ElotK
Opposite the Post Office,
,   ,la !,1,'li---' nml children's Iniir-iaittiiiK iiiid
sIiauipooiiiKt) -| ia'ty.
L. (UKlliMflll'llV, Prop,
.
0
f
|!/i
■•'~~~   ' -\
rrOrf*'
'J--—"
M
^
1,.
Hi -   '
)" a;.'
:■:-,-
- - <!■''- '■
> t'i
IKS CANADIAN PACIFIC
IGTEL
rjlu^t's to Mi'.rcus, Wash., nnd
Midway, li. C.
ol ilia flock, i'.'i'l given Iwico daily a
RAILWAY,
Tin-    World's     Ilig-l|\vuy
from .llliinljt.   i.o Pacfic,
—-♦--..-.
STEAMER ABERDEEN
LEAVES penticton
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS  and  MU-i«,A?&
a 3 p.m., Connocllnit at
pjj AS4C AN   LANDING
Will) Trains for the East and Wes>
dose of one-naif on.iue turpeiuino iu oiw '     ..',,..  ., ,7 ,
tn!two ounce.', of riw iin-ei-d oil.   This lv .. i\I-( 1 JI\(Jb>.,                   iTlirongl)   Flrst-Clims   Bloe]4i\g   (3#*t»
will   not  01':..'   r aiaiva   iia-   stomach J ,1 "]'('1 11'. Iv'S,           Dally Iletiveeii Vancouver ani Won.
worinti, but also anv imcitinul or lung '                  troal anil St. Paul
tvorins whicli  may be lurking in iia- MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
■iystc.'.i.   Ti.ii spue.ie.i nf tho strongylna 	
in not found in grunt numbers in aduit ,,  , . „     ,   , ,, T ,.   ,     ,   „ ,,
... 1,,,, ;,, a, ,,h  •, a I,,- idlers ;■-,, ia Moat doll")™" »' "ock (reck und all tho
,a ,1. ,', ..'111 la ..I   111.. ,..,   ,,'..,11' is ,..1     ,1    jiinj,.,,, ..,-,, :4.
ihiect ratio with 1..1 uutunity coiuii-  _
tin.! uf the 1'iuib.
'In- pracl iced eye nf tl:; shepbevil can
see when the lirst syinptoiu oi' irregularity comes in the lamb, and he is ,11
one prompted to me riroper Ireitincnt
lo.' j..I,',,.aiii 11.; any Liu'tli'ir disturbiuicy
iu the I'nnclio'.is of its systoni. lit tin;
;:'. i,,ieucy of any ilUirdur io tli - tiiuu to
begin treatment, for a ver/ si ■„• sliei-p
i'1-.-ht.'iili is di '.lenii to ho it with me I
(due, nnd one may nswell kill it at once
The lung worm (-Jtrongylus Hliiria) is
SQinetinii'S troublonoine, but th:.; species
is iiuliciited by so.uow tat diii'urout
iiymptoiiis. The ia. ab coughs n great
ileal, uul a omens runs from the mouth,
and ilrier, upon the under lips, thou:,i|
the lamb will always have ti good appe-
till... The disease caused hy Ibis pijrasitii
is known as siio "puiier Bicui," u„i.ig to
li:.' h'.oodlctiscoiiil ition of the sliij). The
treatment recinniiuuidei! id.u.ai will
ju-ovo buuelicial ia llii-i disi a-1, ,.a,i will
reach ihe worms through th 1 h)ou I.
WW
H. C. COOPER
Tli rough  Tlckots  on   Sale  lo Eufltorq
unci Patlflo Const Points.
  ->  —
Rates Lower Than Any Otliei1 Line
—^—
Kor llati's, Time &f., Apply to
H. S. SCADDING,
Agent, Penticton
OR TO
G. Ml, BROWN,
Dist. Pass. Agent,
VANppyyEF. §, G.
SPOKANE FAILS
and
NBBTHM RAILWAY
.MAS'l".
areess and Saisry
and
Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway
j ALL RAIL TO NELSON, B, C,
Only through lino to NeUon,
Kss!o, Kootenay Lake
and Slocan Points.
Through Trains Semi-Weekly.
Dally, except Uundtty. Iipttvpcn Kju)-
kanc and Murcus.
7:00 a.m. bv SI'OKAN'K Ir. 5:3u p.m,
lliilillls In Cam m' ali'i'li.
Havo a fi::ed In nr for feeding and,
watering ctc'li nn.l rigiilly o'o.ei've it. :    |J
The animal system in a inuchiiis whicli '■   H
worlts besl when operate ! by tin
rales.   Aili:.aaa,; an'l is no'jcss.r.7 to I VERNON, B.C.
restore roruinl condition when nu 11:1 ! -
U3U..'.lengCi '■■''•'' ' :t' 'I'' ■ "I1 ""•'."'
Iliads.   The la, '.or who Is on liato as
faithfully us the hours arrive saves fnlly   C*TT TTTJD
iiiie leiiih .: tli   : ■.-. re:   lied where tin    pIL/VJClV
intervals I.ai;aa a feedings arc vitried, . «»,.A-.T
Stock grow  illsciulented   111   a   Lav    KXTRAl   HON
niimilesiifteflheii'ineal time arrives if   *"-*" L iv-"-V A S-V1H
not fed, and Ihis restlessness cniises 11 [
■ii!-.; eflicsh. 'i'li.-'a tcravinitsofhnii ;er
tiregii-iiteriilsoliiiiuituho.irlitcr.iiiNu
tiira a1,mi ci".!'',,'.,..■'. t" rn
lutuiiis t>f the :'.;.a tent t'rotu I
serve of l'at    tio a double lt-siis there-
will.   The ri .iirfo is drawn ujion, and
this draft must be replaced,   Water at
the proper timo nlliiys moro sufferiui* I     „,    ,,  .   ,,      ...        ._
than food at itsreguliu period,  All ,•,     fftj MeAPtllUP-I BI'PESt PPOCCSS
ponenco   tislihcs that 11 ilesiro for u
drink when thirsty is more intense Ham !
ilie ('"it villi's of li'iuvor    Kvercise for ' tt t-        -        ,  ,    tit   , . hvjl| Iciiyc Spnlnui 1 Wi-ilin-diiya nml Sntnr-
uu  i.,iuiu,.   in ii-'M)-   iiMi.ei.oi   Have    Ejcperimental    Works    gt   1 ■» iti an,   icotlmt at Xort mort w th
unlni,1VB;:" lmIl01t,ml "  :; f"'   ml VANCOUVlaR and are prepared UWrl'..l.n„l'i„ (santoday.)at 1 p.ni. ,
ing and Wiiicriiig.   Luck of  it tciiili! iJuiouuv.b*i,auu -us papdao    I'asscnuors hy sliiainor fr above points nri
toward dyspepsia which wastes both to treat samples ot ore from 1 lb. rlyo in Spokane samp qvonliig,
llisli and energy.   In  nam' v.-.i.y the to 2,000 lbs. by the Cyanide PfO-
hmediug stock should always be given ,   cess,  No Roaallnq and 110 SmeH.
exercise,   The farmer   who  practice.!
punctuality in the euro ut Ina rtcck ing required.
breeding op ratiun.-; inchni 'd. will llnil
hiiiiseif u bottorluim in all the alfttirs ot For FuU Particulars apply to the
life, and is much, mor ■ 11'rtnin of reap-
On Wednesdays nnd Saturdays trains Mil
ran llii'miuti In Kelson, arriving nl fr.lu p.in„
•eVc I Ke Gassel Gold
ed re ! ' M
Ei 1 •      .   r* II    I uialiiti!*i'li,ai'i'iiiiin-i-l inn willi llii'sli'iinit'i' Nol*
XtraCtmg   UO.,   UU., I son for Kiulo and nil Ink.' 1 lis, nrriviiiis »t
—1 '   Kiiiiln nl !!;iia 11.111. am lays.   ItolurafM. pas-
cngcrs will li'iivc lake piiinls and ji'i'lSon 011
1'ucsiliiys uiui   Kriilajs, ai'Fij'jI^j ,il Spokauo
ing till)  full  rev,;!!' I  (ar  his liibors-
Uraugo Jul '; Fanner.
Company's Superintendent,
W. PELLEW HARVEY, F.C.S.,
ASSAY OFFICE,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
'I'u
inni' day.
(.'oninioiicintt Mnv 2. passoiiffors for Trail
Creek. Niiliii.-a. Xciv Deliver, Ilcvrlstokt' nnil
points 011 tlio I'iinniliiiti Pacific railway,
I'.i.-ciici'i'a lor Kottlo Itivor and Boundary
Crock I'l'iinci'i a' Marcus "''"' sIiikoou Mom
l.ivs. Tinailiiy-. Thnr-'lalsand Kirt*rt
atigloEf
A  Clll'1,,11, lilll   I'.liCI'lIt! It   I .St.
Tn h'ulletii] nl of too Sew Vork station j     Briosm
the 1;;:".-lio i iiii.a U'un tente.l whether I
hi'ta   ivill lay wil when   I: pt  away " SECURE YOUR
'leiii I'i ■ males, nml 11 1111 1 '.' ert oxpori
iue.it whero  night   a,::   -  iverc  Lepl   *S? XT R 3^ X| "ST S
st'pnratii In ii n ;.. di it a... Ftiimd that
CANN & CO.,
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS
2S :m. jl b
MRS. H. P. PALMERSTON,
MIDWAY, B. C.
O.   Hi u B U F F.
General Blacksmith,
.MIDWAY, 11. ('.
All Kinds of Work Kxcaiu'il In tlm Snlis
motion of Customers.
they produced eggs at nboiit „ 1 [ier cent.
less 1.,.it than io another i"n where
roosters' were kept. In a 1 cond pen
iviiar ■ the tesl wan conducted over
sever tl months almost 11 siuiil ,r proportion of reduction in tho cu3t ,vas notice
able. Il was found also thai in some pens,
.vluire cockerels weiv no: i;ept the birds,
piatan M lay from ono to three mouths
earlier ihan where the iu istcrs uaa..
kept with the pullets. The feeding wili
only Eiicli as is la'iiuii'.l in most uuulh'J'
yards, as no attempts were made to
fordo the hens to, lay. Livery one was
given i" oiigh to '.ai. and allowed to lay
when she felt like ii. and the whole tur-
rounding!) wee ahoijl thu siitue 113 those
in !,!!;■ oiifinury pei(.' Tlm conclusion uf
tin- rail, tin is thuf it is a loss to keep
the ciicaareis in the pen with laying
hens unless lhoy tip) kepi for the purpose 1 viin'ic 1
of breeding,   t'oi'-slinpioeggpro.luciioa '"
ilie roosters are luiiucen-aiy adjuncts |   The(k)]!XlCOPlA .MiNt.:it.vi. Claim,
lu (in) lien, lor they often  worry  tho L„    .   .   ,,   ,. ,,,   ,,.      ,„ ',     ,,. .        ,
,   '    ,    ,    ..,•,„»,  „    J.,        Sttmtn In tlio Ivotle 1 Ivor Mining DIvb uf
hens tu such un eUcnt as to stop their |      VnU*  llfalriet, on  the Sim 1  botwoon
laying. Iloitudni's' 1 n cl; 1 nd fouflli of July Creek,
linn't li.-ep .'.'.nek Wnltoijf. | f'AKB NOTIOE tlinl  I   Wlllliuu lliibcnn,
1     free minora eerllllenii   Nu. .Vi.'liS, inli-litl,
sixty day.- in,11 llie dme (icroof, to apply |o the
tinlil Ciilllliiisaiiiliei' I'll!' il ei'l'litienle 11!'ilii|ii'n\e-
uieiiis. for the im 11-■ ■ ■ i'i' ohlaniing p Crown
grant of llicabovo clalin.
And further luko notleo, tlial sdvowo olnlniK
must   he Mill lu llio Cold  Caaaiiaaiiiiie,' mill
lleli'ill ei'lillllelli ill iiefi.l'e llle lailintlee ut* ,-liell
MINlCU'yVL ACT, 181)1.
—♦-—
Certificate pf Inipi'oyoinpiits.
The first oritvinga oi hunger oro grcat-
aa 1.11111 an hoar lakf, as Iiittu'i'' sonn
emleavors to biipply the (jouitsad'i o; tiro
system from t..a storij'J ivi a"-; ol (at.
Ihe fi ador w'r 1 tj pq [\ tin 1,., tiCCy
fniiy a., the hi .....a' ,'.c. a ;! ■'. j 01 ■
'.'   til O.I   tUO    ".''   '.....'.:   ),'. .    .'   !',J    eenilleiileiif iiii|,i'i,M-ii,elils.
l..l'.",10. Ifelii, a' I" a.,,;'„.„•: a: a  i.       I    linleil lliia'.»l||i iliiyiil'Si'|ilelnl.i'r. ISlll.   ikl-'.'i
And Dealers In
MUSICAL  INSTRUMENTS,
SEWING   MACHINES,
WALLFAPER,
TOBACCOS, Etc., Etc
Noodles for All Mnki's Of Sewing
.Mij(:|!jnes Kept ill Stock,
Mail Millers from the Lower Country
will receive prompt iitleiitinii.
CANN c\- CO.,
VBBKfol*)      IB-     °*
County Court Mm.
SITTINQ8 of tlio Cotllltr C41IJI Of Yale i\11|
he liulilcli lis; fullovvH :
Al Osoyoos on lyfiduosday, int|i AnrU, issu
At Midway oil S|;.tui-d(iy,' ISlji April, lSUq
ill Mielioiiriif I'leten n'eliiek j|] lliofurciioan.
II; Ciiliiiiliinil,
<-. A. It. LAMBLY,
li. C, (',
QoyKRNMKNT orKicK. Osovoos,
»'il A wil |S!)l * ^r-f  ■"*.*. --'-■'. '.   . -'—-"-
; 11IVAL GOLD I'MH.U
I'lllll'iaSSKS.
,sii-iiiciis-lliilpl(c '«•  McArtUur-Forrert.
lli'inii lliu London CityTimos.)
....
The growing opinion (hat the Mc-;
Atlhiii'-i'iirrest proa:-;;) of recovering
(.old from tailings will be gradually
(Hipercedeil by tbe Siempns;Halskepiit-|
THE  SPIRITb  MOVED  HIM.
After   An   Hour'.   Su
,»f Strong IiiUtu'-jja
Mm. Miillniiv i.al t-iinnfii sleep
chair, says R. Jiclntnsfl in llareer's tfaga*
ziiiM; her luili of yiun had fallen io llie
(lour, wlien- ihe iiiii mis knitting cobwebs
Willi it llel'.'.een the elaiirs.
Pat Mulliitiy wns siniiking his old clay
pipe, aii.l trying Io get lust week's news
intu his lii-.tl by ip-iins of renilin
coflsful   Jlci.lrilnii.ie
Slillliuiy VIeliU
jeep in her
iili'inl
JOHNSON'S 1MESS STAfil
fl^ur^ay
;i|]t| PfO. WashlRgf'
ind
on,
.-nt will eiiiiie as a surprise lo many ywy sluivly, and spoiling llie bard words,
who thought finality was almost LObl'li-innr, li. his wife's nap. lie said: "Bid'-
•> , . . ■.,' , v.,' ,.,,-, .,, „,.„' dv, ilu veiiiiml liiat'.' Mui, bnth" wmthu
reacheil in tl,;• splendid cyanide ,,,,rkh   ^ ^   ^  m ^   ,n
recen '
crijcted by the largest companies. The McArtliur-Forrest process
lias saved many n inine from collapse,
nnl is responsible for close upon one-
jhii'd of Ihi! total ujqntjlly output.
This truly''grand   ni'luiivi lit will
always rcinajf] in the credit of its inventors apd tends to excite, sympathy
for llieni now that their position is
assailed in two directions. For just as
the struggle is coining to a head between the holders of this ptuciit and
ihe miu ing combination who are test;
ing its validity, und just when their
I'lforts to obtain legislative protection
have failed, there appeal's this new
process, which, by giving higher results at about half the cost, is likely to
cut the ground from ijlidur llieir feet.
There seems no reason ti, (Joilbt, iu
short, thai tho results obtained Thy the
,Hiomcns-lliilskopri,e,,s., nl the Worcester Company's works, murk an epoch
in the history qf gold mining on tbe
Hum). This was the general conviction aftor a hearing of Mr. Van Cornet's paper at a recent ineeling uf the
Chemical and Metallurgical Society.
After four months of careful trial of
the how, pi.iiuuss at the specially constructed works at the Worcester mine,
it has been demonstrated that it Is cap-
rble of an actual extraction of 70 per
"cut, of the gold ft'iiin the tailings at a
f lis. per ton for .1,0110 Inns treated
monthly. The initial capital oul lay is ;
not appreciably larger than in (he or-
liliiiiiy zinc process -in fact, the plant
required is almost the name—and it!
will be comparatively inexpensive to
I'
cost.
' follli) nam: Listen, will yii/,1 'Tlin per
j t'essiiiniiiovcil idling wid tirgiil-lentsi'vontli
I iioliti' ns itunrds i") eni'li aiil'* "f lb" (' a-i ?■
s-o-n.'   l'iac tli' divil'i: tlint'l    C ui ki. r,
i kies son—kissqii?—kisaqn?—shnre it must
be tii' ell can.    "I'lln  sthrei'ts  were  lined
whl a mill li-tmlii of people.'"
Hero no \Vii< interrupted by » knock nl
[ llie dinir. In which h; paid no nttcntitm,
-nve tu idanoi) nt  tliu door.   Tho kuoolf
waa repeated.
"Who's thnro?"
".Slime ils lis."
I'WIin'.l.cdivil'nus?"
"Slu,. . ' ■■,,.. Ti'iillyly, r.iily Mulilnrie,
Mlsl a' '    "a,-, iind the lisl."
"Pltltl til) yon Ini w.iatin' here? It's must
nine "'"1 aa', iiiiil ll.iliiy's ashinpo be tbo
lire.'.
; I'i,t Mnllany, will ye open  th' dnnr,
i and lei us be n'fier ciimlui   Wo'vo come lo
I ] ins tliu limn wid yai.   Harney Uuiniey's
i uul his ti idle, nml wo nould luivo u shtip
! or two,"
"(hi 'way wid yez."
"Here'sSirs. O'llny, wid a fiiinenhtewed
. ,-nlii.iii, aud .Mrs. Flynil, wid some foino
I pays."
The dour opens nn iueli.
"Come, now, It's I.niry Qiiinn has his
I iiniikets full nf pines and liiliaeini, ami it's
inese f llnil has siittnr nud 1 inuus; thai,
will the aid ut n litt'.o lint wntlier,  and a
[ limp of llie oriithur,  will tail a heart in
' )'«■" ,
"Ye Bpnlneenl where du yez think Idbe
i after gettiu  tlie crntiuir lit this time of
nlglit'l''
"Shnre it's just Tim llyly as can tell ye.
! Havon't I giil tlio bottle''under  inn arm.
k iulu' w nu  nnd lively  wid me heart's
thi'iibbin''/"
"Tan   llyly,   shore iba a fnol ye ate!
Why didn't ye tel. ni" nn hour a-.-ii!  Llimii.'
in un's, a Ulildy; sl.itre she's wenryin' for
nsi^-'t uf yez.   lliiiiy, me dour,   linro'i.
Mr. llyly mi I tho rial coiae fur a bit uf
supper they've brought  along wid   'em.
Shuro hereili-y've been sliinilin' widou',
and we wnltlii' widin, Inmrs."
f^toXXO-   EOTTTTIX
will lea*., j'l.'jitjcton   7 :i in. gVBty Tuesday
Saturday, ajriyjng i|t ('"airvicyy l p. m,
the sain.; pKpnjng,
ctqiwe- NOBTH
will jpayg iii-.i, Washington, 7 a. in,, Mondays
and Fridays, reaching hainicw at  11 a. i|i:, connecting vyith
SS /Vberdj.en and S, & Q, and C. 1'. Raihyays.
Aaron Johnson, Prop.
Wednesdays
COLDSTREAM
HOTEL
OPP<)S|T|
VERNON, B.C.
I'll RAILWAY DEPOT,
EC.   C    H(in.LIlB,   ProprjetpP,
BEST OF WHS, UPRS AND CIGARS.
GOOD STABLING.
Tei-ms > from - $1.00 - per - Day - Upwards.
un vert any existing cyanide, works
into suitability fur the Nicnians-lliilskc
'iilnieiil.   The new Iii'i ss is, inflict.
A Tlirtriy l'r
A lnily aiid ci'ii'lca
gather in u little Pr "in
'IlliilWIIUWlll.
nn were dining
Okanaqan Saw Mill
Kelowna, B, C.
••-:.-»'"
W. J. ARMSTRONG
xnsiwsroiff, as.c.        r. o. Box,i27.
HARDWARE. TIN AND STOVEMAN.
ia ngeaand Heaters of ,;11 Kinjds
cultural Machinery,
0
Force
Rifles and Shot Guns,
and Lift n
Limps.
1 ron
'iping.
*
3
■/.■
n
rU
C-
tfl
"-""!
rt
"'
o
-z
W
0
3:
5
U)
r
org
tst
t.
*
^
0
n
X
q
0.
0
0
0
1
<•
(t
W.J.ARMSTRONG,
mwmmmmmmmmmMmm^
to
A
lirn.tiiiii'iiiit imt long
; Binoe, wtieii Ih" iitleiitiuu of tho fii',i;iei
I wns allriii'ted In the figures wnven in the
, Inbloouth, which was ot a fair quality 01
linen
"1,'ink nt these 11','iires," said she, calling
! tlio canon's niiBiiiiun lo (lie cloth.    "They
scan tn bo a I'.iunpiuiy of men  diiiia;-.
The  pattein Is renouted on  your side.
odd.    Can yon uiuke. it
.,. „,,,,,,,,.   ..., „ew p
nierely a variation  in the trcatnieiit
iiflcr the cyaniili, aiiluliip.s have done
tbulr wtirk, aiid consists in un  ingeni-
iius'niipiiciilioii of electricity and tlie
use of thin sheets of lead in  place of
kinc fur lbe deposition of   the   gold.
!l'wo economic advantages of vital ini-1 It seems very
pnrtance are that very weak solutions onlJ ,,.,,,      -,
. , , . , , Tlm eentl-'llian ir.ohei) the plates nslde
,""■>' decilllhi! i.s.'ii,   and  ™»'l''"x ! ,„„! „x|;„lh;l,| ,ho ,, ,„.„, ami was astim* |
ores can he treated which nre mil nf i.hed, imt tu say a little shneked, in (lis- |
reach of thu older patent. Bv the Mc.'ever Unit tin- pattern re)iresented the;:
Artluu-Furrest, or zini-shaviiigs pro-; "1-iwl Suiipor."  'Fii.thet■ investigation re- |
,    ,. ,.       ,       I        I venle.l   tlm   nresence  nt-  the   four  eiius
cess, lite cost ul  extract ion  has  been ! o( t,w t;!(,.;i „( ,,,„ m„„„),mi,1, "t. h. S.'i
averaging from Hve tu six shillings per     -au. .,„„ ,„i„ijriiie; my table llueiil"
ion; al the Crown Heef lhey got as low | urtk.d t e p'ruprletress q( the pluoe, outer-
as ls.l!,il lust nionth, which is a record,   •"« «• dun nimuwit,
:..-,, .,      ,,       ,,    ., ,       "\:-.  remarked the genlleuinu, eome-
as It Includes royally.   It, ns Mr. lint-: w,ml , r,,.|ly     „j   mntam  they  wera
,argu Stock of All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber,
of Superior Quality, Thoroughly Seasoned, Constantly on
an/l,
33111 St-tilf ra.  SjieQlcil-ty.
rgar&oars.  Promptly  Filled.
Lath, Shingles, Sash and Doors.
Goods  Delivered at Okanagan Falls at Reasonable   Rates.
LEON LEQUIME, Proprietor. ly
'"''!.'.
in I res
tela I who controls the new process)
says, Ibey call by il bring lliu cosl down
to 2s, Oil., and are satisfied with a 2}
pi r cunt, royalty, it is pretty certain
i works erected on tailings
'sullies containing only 2dwts.
of gold to the ton, and now regarded
as valueless,
It. need scarcely be added that any
considerable advance in gold-mining
processes stub as this bring Ibe poflt-
able working of ve,ry low grade prn-
IHfticJi so much nearer reality, In
fact, this Invention may bo said, with*
'„i |X,'iggiTiitii,ii,ti)have increased the
life of Ibe Hand, and to have Indefinitely extended ils possibilities. This is
ctmlirmed by Ihe remarks of Mr.
Kissler, the well known author of1
"The .Metallur ;y of Hold," who considers Mr. Vnii (lerurt's figures and
stiilenienls to be conclusive. The cost
of re-trcatineiit, Mr. Eissler believes,
juts now been " reduced to almost a
scientific minimum."
iniiile fur u ij'.imi'.',!|)ii'JU table,  were they
nnl-;''
"Vim," replied the Frenchwoman, "but
they di In't sell, nnd whon I was furnishing this ]il co they were nil red to me
cheap. 1 bought (lieiti, nud my customers
mlnnr.) bhetii very much indeed."
SOME HOME REMEDIES.
COIIRESFO^DBNUE.
T'tii': Ni'w Mail Contract,
,Tii the I'ldiiiji'utTnt: aViiVAXCi::
Sin In looking over your paper the
other day I noticed an qilvertisemunt
calling tor lenders on transport of mail
from Ponticton to Grand Forks. Now,
if you have no objection, I would liko
lo pass n few remarks regarding such
a contract, In lbe lirst place, as the
mail to be carried is chiefly Kettle
river mail, why should not the starting point havu been made ill this end?
Well, Sir, right or Wroi\jj., the general
opinion here is, that the starling point
was located a| IVuticlon to favor that
place, nnil it ceitainlv tines give Ihal
place the advantage over Kettlo river
.is (here will be a fhroo days! lay-over
there, a big consideration in a. tender
from the Kettle river coillitl'j!,
Secondly, I wouldlikptOpollltQutthe
incapacity of Mr. Fletcher, or atvy dlher
mail, to cull Em; tenders of mail service
in litisei,iui;i}, when lhey' ai'jj tntallv
unacquainted Uut li with the country
nud ils tieeila in tlmt department, Mr,
Fletcher, if 1 am not inisliikcai, lias
never been lowfn' lluin Osoyoos,
.Vnil thirdly ipid htstly, as it, parson
would havu it, or otherwise, lastly, bul
pot least, by
i'liuutliy. iieetls anil what   the, people
pave u right (d tleiniiiii(, (s a through
mail from I'onliolnn to,l|iirciis, IVusll.,
I I'Dlinect.ing link froill the I, I'. H. In
tho great railroad centre oi Spokane,
si i liiin-i ..      '
This, sir, would save to the country ti
lew ol tiie hundreds of dollars nnuil-
iilly sueiit in \-. U Rttelageatanips, and
iiaiiili', convey lo all llu- facilities nnd
si'Uiritles that,aie now only enjoyed by
." ;i!-'i- iii pay Fur llieni,     S'lmo,
For a bee sting, make a jinsto of earth
nml wilier. U -ver the stnng plnua with it|
bind it on, nud it will sooa give relief.
When a felon ft sl begins tu appear cut
off the end ot n lniiiuii, put the finger In it
and keeii il there ns lung as it eau be
borne.
For a sure throat, try ft frequent gargle
of salt olid water. If a little is swallowed
it wiil alliiy Hie Irritation, cleanse tlie
throat and do tin harm,
For stiiiim nn the lintiih nothing is better
I than s.,It moistened wilh lemou juice. Hub
, tlie spins well wilh the mixture, then wash
off in eiellli waiter.
it is  suid   ihnt  a  good   remedy   for
i strengthening ami clearing tlie vuice is  to
bent the while of tin egg with the jitieo of
a lemon mil sweeten it well with sugar mid
use an needed.
To cure round ftlmulilew, Bleep perfectly
horizontal—-that is without any bolster or
pi.low, Tae lialiii can easily bo in-quired
of alee;-ing thiiB, iiiiil iho round shoulders,
Wiil suuii be straightened,
Fur a  ciugli,   boil tin nuuee ot whole
flaxseed in it pint of water, strain ami add
I n litlle h(i|;i'.v,. the'juice of two lemons nnd
lm uitiice nf ruck eiuiily.  Stir together aud
boil n lew minutes.   Drink hot.
FINANCINL AND INDUSTRIAL.
The Egyptian option crop Id healthy and
forward everywhere,
Louisville, Ky., bus tho largest tobacco
wnrehniiso iii tae world, it can store 7,000
liogshi'iitls.
During the Insl ten years tbo valuo of assessed Diiuiot lif Columbia properly was
inure (hall double, being now $101,417,-
804.
There nre 15,000 snlii-iej employes on
(h.) .ista nf New \'or(i city,' nud the total
expenditures of the ultv guveruuieut were
$89,000,000 foi' the year.
The wnild's aliiei supply of platinum
conies from Ihe mines in lite Ural mountains. 'J'hn mine's nre being wnrketl to
i their fllllint a inanity with orders for two
I years nhciul.
The gri ale-t h'uullo fiietorv, where handles uf axes, hammer-, nml ailknrts of tools
ore iniiile i f lbe besl hickory, and are ship,
ped by Ih- millions to 'nil p-irta of llie
World, is loi'tilo.l „i Louisville, Ky.
FOR MOTHER AND THE REST,
CAMPBELL BROS.
Importers and Manufacturers op iVm- ^Kinhs ot
FURNITURE
Upholstered Goods, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oil Clctns, Table Covers, Curtains,
Down Quilts, Window Shades,
Baby Carriage?, to,, to
PICTURE FRAMING AND REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
CAMPBELL BUGS.
VERUON, B. C.
R. 0CHSNER, PROPRIETOR.
First Lap Beer Brewery in B. C,
Keep fflo.ney in the Province by Patronizing- Home Industry.
Orders From All Parts Promptly Filled.
mmmmmmmm
JCELO^aTKT-^.
tb
HA
ft
H.i
ft
Hi
ft
The GARDEN TOWN of 11. ('.. und the natural
Shipping nnd Distributing; point for tlie famous
HA
a,
4'ir
OlEsi.aa.asrca,3tx "^Ta-llea^s
This new town affords tho best and safest investments to lm found in British Columbia,
Town Lots
The smallest size being 50x120 feet
with  100  font tivenjips  and  i!0   feet
lanes,   Acre blocks from 5 Acres up:
wards.
FOR rillfUCS AI'I'I.Y TO
DONALD & SUTHERLAND,
ly AGWNTS, KELOWNA,
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation.   Good Stabling,   Terminus of Stage Linn
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNpY, Proprietors,
'    "■.■:! . .:!' a .iI-.'Vi.v^I^I-whI^sIR'R'^-''1
i
ia'Jl'iiili'.Sp.CW'Sln.
5S
'|t r'
is
is
MIDWAY
^lio    Future
Railway, Mining and Agricultural |
Centre of the Kettle River
Country.
Golden Gate Hotel.
FAIRVIEW, 13. C,
F. R. KLINE, Proprietor,
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - * GOOD STABLING,
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.      '
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
FOR PARTIOULABS APl'lA' TQ
II,i
White Bpote tl j on tnrniBliei] furniture
yill disappear if u hot pinto bo held uver
them,
You oa-t tiike out spotn  from  wash
i long shot, wlptt, the o00uB bif rilbbiii'i} t'lietn ivitb the yolk of
eytt-i heiiire ivimhinit,
'    Tlm li .ir tuny ho kopt from fulling out
after illiies,; hy a (muni'it iiiiplioiition of
knge Un In ihe acnlp.
i    When the llii'.'ernnils are dry nnd breiik
eitfll , vi ttiMiio rubbed tin after tliu himde
are ii'ilfthetl will do n world of riood.
When thin ll nn„| iiiider-KUi'iiioiila Irrl-
' late ine -Mn uf Ihe baby in hut wnntfieV
plnie hetivi-en t iem and the skin a layer ut
soli litiea ur inii-lin,
A aiiaii nf nllultilh placed nt eneh skio of
» hod will ciiii- liny case nf liiiiiinniiibiiiimii,
ll im-lliil thill the cold Slllfnce of the nil-
lllnlll Wil! llivill'inl.lviiwill.'eli the sleeper.
p.
MIDWAY B
l.3ii»H)|i' ~|i5 iii-m i'i)»-SIJ,!IL-UII«'W!!i!t*il*
-I. i!a.^ia;+:rTiiiv«^|;i;|i|l'll«|j*l
Xt. O. CA-SlGrXI.X. 43c OO.
Armstrong, B. C.
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
A largo list ol' farms for sale.
FOR SALE
TN THU UKHT LOCALITY PjN THU VKIt
1   NON Towiisile, n few aire and linlf-acr
hits, either fur hnilililltt ur KDi.'liillillK,
Apply to lids ottlce or lo   ''"'
l''.AIIIUAJ( MKYKR,
VlaUVOM, H.C,
RAttC'S   XHOS&SBT   HOTJSL,
LUMBY, li, I'.
First-Clnss Aeciinnnodnlion for Guests. Good Hunting and Fishing,
Stages to Vernon und Blue Springs,
Iioxnis IMEo3?iEi>3xd, Prop.
Midway Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
GOOD DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRIVING HORSES.
Rigs In Rock Creek, Penticton, Grand Prairie, Marcus and all othc.y, points in
tlie Country.  Parties desirous of seeing the. mines should
Give us a Call.
Heavy Teaming Promptly Attended To.
RILEY  &  DONALEKS
Agricultuwil  Machinery  Kept \r\ Stpck.
CONKLE& DONALD,
MIDWAY, B. C.
GENOWAYS & McAVINpY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers oi
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK,
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Befora Leaving1, tl\a tyurserw
* P C) \sZ A N E   F A J.LS,
\\ O, Hi iv 5(32, \V!,,Kllyi8't»><l

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
https://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.advance.1-0309233/manifest

Comment

Related Items