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 Vol. Ill, No. 28.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MOK1AY, NOVEMBER 11, 1S95.
$2.00 per Year.
W.T.
ts.
w.
M. COCHRANE,
THE LAND ACT.
Sin.irrrnit Sui'iniMI! I'm-ur.  To tbo Editor of Tun Amaixci::
Nivr.iuv I'rm.ir, ('iiNvi:v.isri:ii, Etc.
OIIIit: Qllmoro's lllm-k, Itui-nai'il Avenue,
VERNON. - I). C.
was clearly nol huiltln the inteiestsof waler nnd  railway   cnininunii-alinn.
the settlers, could Iw easily  worked nnd perhaps
5, It is I lie duty of tlin Government shipped to market at a prnlll  to ihe
DealevH   :   Xaa
Sit
BOOTS,   *   SHOES,  #   CLOTHING
HARDWARE, ETC.   ETC.
Wc have just received a carload, and
we are selling the same at surprising-
GROCcnlES:     lyixw.nucra.   #       $       #
If you are requiring any, call, and be
convinced that you can save money by
dealing with us.
W. T. ShatfuTd k fa,   Fairviow, ■ Camp McKinney, - Vernon.
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop
Pleasantly Situated at the Foot or Okanagan
. §
Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
-fijod Boating and Fishing.   Row Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire.
iizaQTTzncxs bbos. & co.
XBL O "W TT A..
Dry Ms, Groceries, Beady-Mado Clothing, Hardware, Etc, Etc.
Oiilors frum the Lower Okanagan will receive prompt attention.
Prices Reasonable.
S|n—In lhe Vernon News of Oct, 21 tocollrcl the revenue,                       I owners,
there is a letter signed " Juslilin," lhe Yes, ccrtainlyi   hul  herein lies ill   Several other elaiim were visited and
piii'jiort of Which Is la cxi'iin.* Iheinex* "snppressls vi I," whieh I iiudeistund upon nearly every one pt-nspecled It
eusjtlile ai-lion of Ihe provincial guv-  ,„ i„, .,  v„!rfll. ...^....-sicii mi-lining has I n found thai the wurk of de-
, eminent in trying to enforce n (lis- ■• i rilkh,- ihiough one's hut,"   1 clml- volopuienl isnttetided wil li very snlis-
Icrellnuiiry seell f lhe  Lund Ac-I, |pn{p, timtiiKlii-llon fr any eeltler if factory results, as lhe ledges liecome
11 1-'1'  " ll||-||-|"ls lu lu-im i.-lv im he did n ul...-inni ui th,' ii  lin  re highly mineralized as they arc
answer m n letter signed ".I. SI."   I  |(,„k up hit pi iiiplion heennld have npernled iiptin. All hough 1 mil invitee,
wish In show Ihe inconsistency nf thai  hisowuli tu pay for It,   Ami now, «iy"JIr, Wiind, lho BiumilaryC k
luttof mul xpluln why ilu- settlers nflor allowing this hellef In .xisi  fur i'iini|iB contain  hudlus nf ore perhaps
consider lhe enfurrrmi'iii nl' section-!,  ,.„,,., ,,,„, V.,,M„ ,,,„ mip |„ Ml,|,|,.n|v ' nnl I nailed   In.  A main
(. ,  (, "'■*""' Art, in';,," uujusl ai Un- pics- B|l „   *, n,,. j,lMi,.,.?  |s |, vwn continent, yel nl-  I aware tlml
'"                   ''"'' • nci'cssni'y?   Is ll even safn tu depusll  the future will see I'lipilullsta paying
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.        Turin ce wilh the '-ml uf Ihis such a large iiinounl ns Ihese nrrears iilleullnu  I" ilm minus of the ninth,
letler, signed ".Iiibi Ilia "wliieli Is proli. iiwniinl to considering llie presuntepl- whirl In'   careful   mul   skillful
piiKn. HILLINGS.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
Office: Martin's lllm-k.;
VmiA-iix, B.O,
COBBE8 M. KHIlllV, P.L.8,,
VKHNON, II. C,
T>E
•I. ('HOWELL,
riiiiN'miN si., ivaixus,
CONTRACTOR ANI) BUILDER.
OHIco and Store Fittings a Specialty.
P H. LATIMER,
VKIINUN, B.0,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
Xaa.xa.ciL   Sin***rc,7/oi*.
Mom. Anna- Sou. Irrig. Engs,
Assaying and Analysis of Ores
QERALD WILLIAMS.'M. D„ C. M.
VKilXUX. ll.C
QHAS. E. COSTERTON
VEItNON, II. 0.
Commission and Insurance Ag''t
NOTARY PUBLIC.
VERNON SAWMILL
SMITH k MIN, 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 ancl Door Factory en C. I'. R., Vernon.
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on hand at Krasuiiahlr Prices.
LEQUIME   *   POW E B S,  Proprietors.
XI. C. CABGILL/CO.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAMS   AND   BACONS.
Write for prices.
A LARGE LIST OF   FARMS FOR SALE.
•B.  O.   CABGXW.  tSi.   OO.,        . ABMSTBOWG.
"J|»' ii siwnsli ivniil inclining "nils*
i-i™f.-.iciii,-,tinn" ilm unfairness will
Is'ai uiui' noticed of uitriliiiiing Improper motives to ".I. N." fur npeiily
expressing an honesl opinion. Nor
ilni's ii look well in hvii Hn- electorate
uf llu* riding witli Ihu fad llnil their
representative did nnl oppose tin* pass*
nge nf thu act. [u this, uu duuht, lie
made a mistake, which shows there*
suit nf keeping luui t- pni)}' in Victoria, hul tin inan can say ihul Donald
Gi-itliiiin charged his election expenses
tn tin* Boundary rtuid account,
".Iiistitiu" si-i'Mi-s lu lu>  ipilte sur.
prised llnil il should he considered n
hardship fur the settlers to pay up for
their laud.  Now, if "Juslltlu" would
St. Thomas Hospital, go amongst the settlers a little and see
London, Kso. j their dully drtidgety, their unceasing
loll, their coarse fund, their patienei
tliJBer the knowledge Ihal out of Iheir
liiiril rarnings, in some subtle mntinci,
$1;OUU,6CO hulldiligs nu* distilled antl
usi'h'ss officials mi' kepi fat and sleek,
&(!,, Ac,, he might nut In* sn aslun-
Ished,
Tn thoroughly analyse "Justitiii's"
letter wuuld reipiire a reptuducliou uf
it verbatim, 1ml leaving uul his slap nl
l',I. N." anil 'such as hr," it.-* su list miai.
Isiis.fnlliuvs:
1. Tha Innil was bought anil shotuil
lie paid fnr, it heing a deht,
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey     i**,,, |lis ,,„.,.,, ,,.,„ ,„, ,,,„ „m, ,msw,,|,.
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any .    ..
Portion of the Province Immediately At-   u's' 'niaoiliitetliy so
1. Tha giivei'iiiuent should mil be
hlliiued I'di' enforcing an nnl passed hy
till'll',,i,Illl inc.
I answer i ighl again, Inil you mis-
1 Inai* llu- i-iisi*. The gnvot iiiuent. is nut
hlniued forcnTiircIng"ii man.la! myacl.
passed hy lhe legislature, il islilained
fur unueccussarily, in a period ol' woeful depression, trying lu enforce a (lis*
creliunnry  power given In Ihu Chid
MINING ENGINEER, C. ssiniier nf funds nud Works.
Tin-  legislature   did   nol   suy   these
MIDWAY, B.C. arrears muht he paid.  The w.,,-,1 may
'    is used, leaving II in the diseretijin nl
lhe Chief roinniissiunur, no doiilitwllh
C.  F.   COSTERTON  theintftnlmi tlml If n  inan can pay
and won't pay, In- shuuld he made lu
| pay, nnd ipiile right, Inn.
S. Ynur   dial rid  nsks   fm-   riutils,
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., EC. A.
Civil I'.rjgiiieer,.   .,! .
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Portion of the Province Immediately
tended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle Illver
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
J. C. HAAS,
VKHNON, H.C.
The Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td., Wholsalo|S(.f10()ISt s,,,.VL.j-Sl &(!,    ||„.v can these
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
Nicholles k Ronouf, Agricultural Machinery.
Agrejottr-t.   Foi*
hr provided unless the settlers pay up?
This is until fair quest ion.   How can
you expect laboring men, Midi' mental faculties (lulled hy hiidily  Inil, lo
Tlie Okaiiap-SpsllLiiicli(ii]nD;sts.il'un,isl1 n»«»w««»ni «iti, brains?
„„„ °        ' ; Sadly Ihniigh lhey need llnaii.   Do we
„„   ,.    ., i not lilierally pay tho several members
Tho Royal Insurance, ,       '    ,    ,
The London & Lancashire, I"' "J   lo do our thinking for us?   II
The Insurance Co. of North America, ! necessary, ive will willingly pay inure
The London k Canadian Firo Ins. Co. | |f  |n   reliiin   we  gel guild guidance,
ilt'inic ufsklpi Ing nlllcials
Hnwever, judging hy rumorof lhe
prescni Chief Ciiiiuulssluner, there is
nu danger of sucii wholusalu evict [tin
nml aiiiillsi.nl ion as sniiie lliiuk ia going io happen, lh- is nol Hie man in
imperil ilie proviiici liy uuy such foolishness, .-iinl ii Isaltugethei' dlseietlun-
iiri- iiiiii hi in.   Tlie Lund Act distinct-
inaiilpiilalluii, inay liecome greal and
paying producers,
AN OPTION OF PURCHASE.
The Cnlunict Claim in Wellington Camp
Ten Thousand Dollars lho Consideration.
Siluali: next to the Winnipeg.
Ill mil'  Inst  neck's  issue  we  mentioned llie fad. ihal ii was reported lhe
ly sn.s ihal if the arrears nre uol paid Cttliimel had been bunded lo tlie sunn*
thu record may lie cancelled, Nuw, parlies whn li-ul purchased lhe Win-
suppose this should he done, ihe land nipeg clahn. Instead nf n bund au
heenmes again the properly of lhe Qov-(ipl ion uf purchase lias been glvon
eminent, and as such is open lo re* which offers ihe following consilium*
local ion, so Ihnt all Ihe scliler has to lions to lui> purchaser, viz,, lhat if on
iin is in scrape lugelher $2 ami re* or before ihe Iirsl of December nexl
locate his Innil.   I mu, Ac, | $500 he paid Inlo lhe hands uf thu pies-
II. (I. S.       em mi i.er-, Messrs, McCiirren and T.
Sidley I'. ()., B. C„ Oil. 28. 18.15. \ I). Johnson, lhey ivill execille -t hill of
 >-*■>    - I sale nf llu* pa. pei'ly, which shall pro-
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION. | vide for llie payment of 111.' hnl'ini'l nf
I $0,000 ir liel'iiic lhe 15th day nf .Inly
Record of Mineral Locations for tho Weolt ■ |,,.S|,    Wlml lends ilddlllonal Interest
Ending November i). | •„ n„. t|L,„| is ,j„, r.„.| „f |hl. „•„■,„ ,„,.
ill). Aiiacnndii, (iiithain's cninp, J, W. ing situale iu  Wellington camp ml*
Jnhe, hniniug the  Winnipeg,  which nfew
1. iron Horse, Skylark camp, CM. duysiigiisiiUnoMarcus Daley'sagonl,
llellilell.
ii. Ashcroft, Providence camp, Thus,
Mi-Do II.
2. Mul   Vauf, Central caiiiR, 0. II.
Giro.
I. lion  Cap,   Skylark   camp,  Jnlin
Douglas,
Mr, .1. II, Tim:,., lor lhe sum uf $00,000,
Tin; reason nf Hie purchase price lining
so loir Is no iloulil, caused hy lhe fact
Ihal very lilllcilevrlnpiiii'iil work has
lieen curried mil upnu Hie claim, so
Ihul Hie prnpurty is uul in a coudllinu
lod nml n  very  high figure,   Tliat
is. Daisy Decne. Summit camp, D. D, the Cahuuel is a splendid claim will
Lancaster, D. Cnutnny and J. W. certainly lie demonstrated nl'ler a cor-
Gawkl'.iger. 'lain nun,mil nf work hns been (lone,
5. Denver, Grand Prairie, B, F, Mor- and the body of ore pciielraled wiih
iuu mul T. Fahey. shaft and  funnel,   Heing in   the
u. Gladstone, Grand Prairie, E, F, same lead Ihe character nf ihe ure is
Morion mul T. Fuhey. | similar tn Hint iu lhe Winnipeg.
ii. Aii.uiiiis, Grand  Prairie, K.  F. j  •-••<
Morton .-nnl T. Knhey, COKHnTED FCR TRIAL.
(i. Mllwilllkre,   Clark's  creek,  li  J.
j   Uicke'- i Jack Evans Committed on Two Counts and
li. Dl'Uiiihin ml. Clink's creek, lit                   Black Upcn Ono,
.1. lliri-,.y nnd il. Clark.; i   On thi> 2Glli nf Ocloher, Jack Evuni
li. Ited Maiinlniii, Sllinniit camp, Ii  a innil who for s u lime past has re.
Hickey and 11. Clark. sided upnu Myeis cieek, was In-oughl
ii. Wuud'hiiie, Suiniull camp, ('. K.  "I"it Osoyoos Iicfoie ('. A. II. Linuhly
llriguiiin. 'lll|l Thus. Ellis, J's P., charged wilh
(i. Wild   Hi.-.., Clark's crock, C, K.  lhe ci line ufliat ing laken by violence
Brigiuau. " I'tH'se froui ihe possession of Mrs,
(aiHTII'lCATEH IIIMVOHK, Esll'l' Kl'.lgHII. ttl   Hie   Ingl'llU  lunch.
,   ,        ,, , Kettle river, ou lliu evening (if Sept,
■L Slam un,  Thus.   ). Juhnson and I „    ,,, ,, ,     .      ,,
 '. .                                     i.   After a   pi-iilluiltiary hearing, lhe
i prisuuer WII8 I'l'lliillldeil  until llle Isl
W.T. Sinilh,
li. IIoiiiiulu, George Biter.
(1. Gupprrnpolis, George Biter
li. Viiciiiiiii, Geiirge liiler.
FOR
The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.
However, il is plain in he seen thai
mentco. ideas are scarce with llieni, so I wili
Tho Dominion Building & Loan Asso- jot dnwn a little one,  merely  saying
ciatlon' that I here a ie plenty of  men  111 tills
General Real Estate & Financial Agt. southern sec ,»,u, „„n,i„;,- n„ but
NOTARY PUBLIC. upairof blue overhauls who can nne
' thein many more.  Any Bolller uwlug
the government should he made lo
pny up. lie lias mil not Hie cash,
Well, hr bus plenlv of Inline, Lei him
work oul his Indebtedness wheiievei
nml wherever the guvet'iiuienl requires
il In he done, either nn mails nr al-
londlng mi a surveyor,  The load boss,
HARRY A.  GUESS,  M. A
iSuecessor to J. C. Haas, lil.Ea
ANALYTICAL    CHEMIST
and
ASSAYER.
TxuxxrwA^itr, IB. o.
lust., when he wns again lii-iiughl he*
I'm el lieeouri .nnd fui'htcrevtdf lire being
pioiluccd hy Mr. W' C. McMynn, who
TiiANSl'Eiia injd   ||l(, infurniitlIon,  he win com.
I. Phoenix, | inleresi, Thus Tlghe In milled lu sliilid his Iiiul al lhe next
W. T. .Sinilh. court of conipulent jurlsdlcllon,
1. Snowshoe, all inleresi, R, Denzler, I    Upon lhe same day and dale Ibis
I, McDonnell uml W, \\. Glbhs inan wns again brought before!!. A.
lo W. T. Smith. li. Lanibly, .1.1'., charged, tugothei'
I. Phoenix, !, inleresi. li. Denzler, T.   nil h  u   young  inan   liy llle inline nf
M-I). eii ami  \V.   W. Ifihhs In ' A11 Inn- Black, Willi lhe ciiuie nf ciil*
W. T. Sinilh. lie stealing,  The Infuruiiitlon In Ihis
I. Aitiicnnda,  i ini sl, Thus  Me- case was laid hy Ml'. T. [Hills of Penile-
I).il .1  to K. A. lieiieiihrrg. Ian.      Tills   case   had   a'so    I ecu   re*
I. Hecla, | Interest, li A. Bellenhurg uuindrtl friuu UiuSOth nf Octnlier, hut
lo Riiudulpb Stuart. having lecelved tlio tu ■ I In i- uttentloil
I. Original, 4 inleresi, .1. 11. Rulfe to of lhe eourl, Ihu iw i were also
llmvlaiiil sicieiisnii ciiiiiiniiied I'm- liliil upnn the charge
B, Ledger, J inleresi, J. II. Bolfe to|lald iigiiinsl llieni.
liuii land SlevenHUil,
being paid and ippiituted hy lho gov*
elllllll'lll, slllilllll   see  llllll    Hie   sell let
an earned liis iiinney, or else discharge
RATES:  Gold, Silver, or Lead, $1.00 each; ■,-,„_   iMS|,,ail nf paying llllll cash lle
Copper, $1.60; Iron, $2 00, Cold,    ,     ,,  ,, '   ,,„,,,,„ ,,„,„„„
Silver, nnd Coppor, $3.00.   Other h	
rates on application. Sample! from  ,'"1"1'1' »lllrl1 """ll1  "''T1''11 "i'
adlstnnco will rocolvo prompt at- lhe gnvei'iiinenl as a payinelll till  Ihe
tonllon. llllll),    When priiclicahle Id even mini
——~———^—   |„,u|.(|    lilllisi'lf.    if   lhe   -.Ciller   is   Illl
Send Your Orilor io-A. a . -       hllllcsl IIUUI he nil! pay up aa lhe I nnl
Lequime k Lloyd-Jones 3eLwS?H^S
For Implements, Wagons, (;"l"mlli'1 la |,|(l ,"r lli1l" l,1"' l"•,;",•
Coses nl poverty llii'ougb sickness, Ac.,
II. MorningSlnr, all luleiesl, II.Clark
lo li J. Iiii key and (!. Dawson.
II. Moiuiiiiin  View,  '   Interest,   11.
WHEAT IN PAYMENT FOR LAND.
Owing in (he stress nf Ian.! llmci
Clnrk'ln'liJj'liekiiam,)C.'il.itv- ««d fOIiHi-qiu-Hl sll'lligency uf  y
_|pi| ula ri'liji iia- seiileis who purchased
*. < I..ml., fi  il.e c. I'. II. Iii the North-
MINES NEAR VERNON. m .1 lei'illiiry, have f ul il terydif*
ill 1111 In iniil Iheir imyiueiils for siinie
Boundary Creek will Hm Lajoy an Entire  |illl(,  uhbI,   lhe   wise policy bus I well
Monopoly of tho Mining Busmen,       I, ,,, lpy  |hi |)u|iy ()f |(u|
Mr. II.   Wood, win,  In,-  jusl       (v|||,; „J, ,„  „r ,„.,„„.., ,|,„„.|,y
'l"«'11'""1111 'liei'Okiiiiiigaii.tu rn.  ,W.|V|M|(„.| ,,1,,,, ,„ ||„, ,,,,..
AnvAN'oure nenliillve, Iii -out.,. ,|„V|MK,|I(, rni'iners of I he necessity of
 '   ''■   Ii"'1   giving up llie I I*, which Ihev lllld
"'■ '' "vul,,l "' "'"'If W'li<lls*  „  , ,„  ,  „f ,,„,,|„ ,„,„.
floslllg Illll union.Uinl   piospclsiav     v rn ,|,n|. Mll ,,,,„   L.e„   liling    f.
i--1""1 'ciruiinli-y, hm ihu i i'l,,,, |„ n wise ve lie part nf lhe
could be found thu,e Ihul wnii.il   *. ,, [l: „„  „,,.,,, u,iw,, s|g|),
,,,rc f.ivnralily  willi  thai   in i .j,,,, {Mf, pulley Inward Iheset.
Buggies, Sleighs Etc., EtO. lean be safely ileall   willi by  the Chief  oilier purls n! lhe pr e.   Urruiilse, ,*,.„, wi|| |„, „ ml|linil| ,„„,,
Ooniuilssioner giving mi exteiislun ol  said Mr. Wniitl, I duuul inean In say ...
FIOIIP aiid Feed,   Hay and GPSin, time. I lint l here are such prnspccls  ,■■ a. THE MINING WORLD'S OPINION
I. Thegmen I, Iii regai'd In up*| here 'ilm Ihecliiiu  fat, yel   I
A Number of Cheap Farms '"
I . I    III'     1^1  ' »   <     I    I I II I'     II I   ,      I .1       I   1     ,,ll  I   ' I (ll   INI- IHH|     ■■■■  ' ,-
propriiilions, h.isdenll I'liialyivilh jourjilo wisli l.o.siiy llai:   I    rcrlilly vislled     The |ienplu uf II. iii-li C iluaihi.i nre
illati'lct, piniiei-lie*. mi Olo Wesl  side of Okini-j u.iliu'iilly I'liileavniiiig Inilirccl lolheii
for Sale from $4 to $50
an acre, well improved,
To this I teply you are entirely mis
I taken, the government. In- nnl deall
fairly with lliudlslilcl in general, and
this southern section in pari letilar,   la
Lequime & Lloyd-Jones, Kelowna. |i.d,iiii..n i yearly revenue, th..
  i.iI, i, ;' ' laud  sales nud mil'share of the
W  DALIIV.MPLK uillliiins of liorrnwed iniuiey, Ihe Ilm*
her licenses mul other licenses,  I).-
GMleral    Eta-ABmlOi   ||(J11  uAMyi  tei|   to.,   no       be
FAIRVIEW, 11. ('. ('(iiinlial.   Besides, lhe much  talked
All   Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
.Sjiuclslty,
an Lake ihal. arc undoubtedly mil lo. conulrv Rome uf lhe millions of money
lie lightly lliotighl of, ami Ihis.vou will Ihal lhe Brillsh people nre now send*
nnil, isiiinil w hen I tell vou I visiiml ing I.i Africa for Investment in milling
one claim iu which the lead was clearly property, Tin- idea i* logical and
dellueil uud of a width from len lu reimiinable, larciuse tlieru is nn ilniihl
Ihirly feel, anil li-.u-eihle fur over half
a lulle.   Tl -e in  Un- claim  i.- of
vi ry similar character to much Ihal is
,u hu found iu iin- Boundary cniiips, as
il curies a guuilly purecHtuge of cup*
of, inosl expensive, and utterly useless per, a little gnld ami mime stiver, and
hluuk   vou .Ina ail"  Duuuibuy   1'OUvt' belue; ill a guild ojii-ii naiiilrv, a.:..J near
lliiil ..ni* mn i Iiiii, neighbor humippnr*
liiiiilie.. ipdleas gnnd an I in.ne per*
iiiatient lli.in exi.,i III Sinilh Africa,uot
only in gold, silver, nud copper, lull
oilier minerals, Inclinllug coal. A run
In iiitisiuieai- i.i Brillsh Coluuilii.i
-...,-:..I [really licuelil lhe cjiUin West- THE ADVANCi
A CARD.
. il, N'OIIIIIS PnOI'llIETOR
Piilillshcd   ivookly  al   Midway,  11. C,
siilwcrlpllnn Price, $2.0(1 per annum, payable
I Ivaneo,olthor yearly ur half-yearly nl llu-,    dents (icncrnll.v
ition of tlio subscriber.
To  tlie  Boundary   Creek  nnd
Kettle Kiver Miners und Iirsl-
J.MCNICOL
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GBEBTINO,—We   begin   Iiinke   Illl
mmmmmm® mmmm^%m]GRmD prairh
\--\   -a iff) xxoift.x.
H ft 11   AND I'll.MltlK, KETTLKHIVKlt.
m/   a^J   iLmS JL •- Uood Stock of
?. ® >•?# ■   -   :• Liquors md Cigars
I i .
Aavertwnig HaUH now on application.          |        *■*                           T        i V6 *         1
'tail! c.-iilu.iu,*i.(T.,ni Anvix,-,.-. iti-eannnuuc 'lit that we have opened            1 11 J ... ,                                    AJUT    p/n|R'v/jFW    B
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,lfc Intoroal iiiiiI Importance wo ilo not lion* 'l M""'"  siuii   .n   in.          i (11! J I, Blli-: L ■ '■ \lii '        .                                                                                                           r- r*-
Hsarlly endorse any of tho opinions expressed.  Greenwood on Boundary creek, where w " »■»«.*•#•.    w~ f         .   ... k                                                                                 .v. ,,..,
MONDAY. NOVRMBEB 11. 1805.
.:EH.'0""00'" <""* """' "'"' "'" '"' I we hav   hand ami daily ami ing a
large stuck of general merchandise.
In soliciting a share of your patron-
age, we do so feeling cuiillilelil llllll if
ynu will cnl I list us ivilh ynur fuvuls, I
We shall be equally and unilually belie*
filled,
Many years' experience iu oilier
pails of lbe province luis cnn-
- I viiiccil ii- Hint the public generally
wuuld much prefer to do businessiipun
a cash basis, providing Hie price of
guilds is consistent  wilh tills system.
Peeling cuiillilelil llllll such ia I 111-case,
Kit        Kit
-ft   i'S
A Fi Stock ofLJl
c.
A crosu in i!u* space in !i-
iillis llllll ,vi|lli-s.ll,a.li!i; inil
11 thii papar has cxplrcit.
III'SII OF TKADIi
Tl riv -ii'iuuer \'iikiia|i Is unable Lo copo
ivilh Lho ninounl o! Irnlglil ulrcriug on tlio Co-
lienblii river, ovou aaa ilu aid 11 lhe ICootc* ,,             .           .    ,   ,
„..     , ,,    ... we beg u si V    hul   lie   une moiled
ij, Though llio Nnkimt ikes two trips n ,'       , •                       •
ok and her capacity Is 8U3 tons she hns still  Ihis lurlliod nl d g bn, ss,   viz.,
iqiiiuillly l.clillul ul llornhloko,   I'i- rilliei for rash or Hade, anil in lining
'.ma: I iliurcfuro n. build anulhcr new Lu we believe we are uclllig III the liesl
mat-This Is Inward freight an 'huh- largo  ini,.,, sis nl cus ers,
in [ties of machinery lor [lie llnil inliiesiinil
i... ih.. Wiil- Bogle .i„.l i her Trail Crook
... i, Tlie otilpul mcanwlitle Is Increasing
11 ihu Blocan luis i..a \.i ei una. need. 'I in1
Tr.ill Creok slii] ma sn fnr Klneo the end uf
a a lia. .... idod II. .i Lous.   Nils ui Miner.
Nn cnu.illy or -ce: inn llf eolinlrv i Illl
receive .1    lieller   Illll I'l'liSellll'lll   lllllll
llie nlliive, as il slums ai u glance lhe
ripl I devi lupmi'lil Inking place in Hie
several mining rumps uf British Vn-
liniiliiii's snulhiTii iiileriur. Winn
in iillliler iiuliiai ion nf nn incli'iise of
trade could be hul I linn the necessity
nf building new sleuiniTs uu uur hikes
lllld   river.;   to   .liviiuiiiiiiilulc   (he   tic-
 minting Unfile,    Nol iilune is Hie
Knnli'iiiiy cntinli'V experiencing mul
being hi'iielileil by lbe iucreitse uf
trade, I'm- in our nun sri'lliill similar
activity is apparent, ns never befnrc
iiassn liirgr.a ip an lly nf gumls, uia-
i liineiy, cic. found llu ir nay into the
IJ.iiuidary Oreek nun.iry us is being
bi'iiilglll in Ihis fall. Although wilhin
liic jias', twelve mouths it is safe to say
Hied, P. I!. aieainrj. iiii the Okaungaii
lake has been ciinvei'led from n non-
pay ing In a paying inslilulinn, yd lhe
ii'inie gives Iuu a l'.iini iden nf the
aiiiiiunl nf business ibal is being doni
in l Ills section, as I'm every pound ol
iiu.ls hi-iny hrnughl inlo our camp*,
I.mn lhe iiiulii, [wu pnililds conic
in by way of 'lie soiilli. a stale
nl' all'iifs which can only beaccunulcil
fur by llie lack nf energy shown by
111 Hi ii Caiiailiia ne ri hauls, who nre
i aIleal his; lbe ladies liispluyed Inward
li... Kooleiiiiy ennui iy, mul alliitiiu,'
Ibiuiigli wunl of energy a gond market I
lu -.ip into I lie hands of I ben- mini j
prngressite lu-ellu-i-li nci'iiss the line, u •
Au ins|ii Iii li uf iuu- slink anil an
Cllipllry ns In  prices  will  fl 111ViIlll- nil
llllll .-III ll is lhe ense.
Ill   colli llislllll,   WO   would   Blty   llllll I
even uppoi'ltllilly will beenibraci'd by
us lu I'nsler llllll   Ii'i der ilssislnuee  iu
ibe tlevelii| nl uf Hie rich milling
..ui]   ugrii tit mul   rostiurcfs   nf this
-eel illll.
Tb..liking you in nllLll-lpalIllll for
your many faviirs, we remiiln respectfully j inns,
II. WOOD ,v. CO.
(ircenw I, lliiiiiul.iry Creek,11. (!.
Hi Rubber Hoots
Hi Lumbermen's Overshoes
Ha Manitoba overshoes.
Kit    at    at
i'S   -ft   TS
•;jj Also ;i New Line of
All Wool Blankets
Si   ns.   ha
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McNICOL
MIDWAY, B, C.
.ARUEST .'..NO BUST-ASSORTED STOCK I.N Till'. SX
i?
'mm W
SOXTTHBIUV  -  ElffWDRIOR
mm
)| FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE ASSURED |j
": ~mmmm mwmmmmm
. . . W. C. POUND . . .
TEiiEidLe^jtaxlsti and E1-K.x»a»i©x»
Orand . . .
Thanksgiving
Social .
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To be hold in tho Grand Prairie Church
on Thursday evening, Nov, 21, Tlmnks-
givilig Day, ut 8 p. m„ consinting uf
£ongs, Ro&itatSons, Etc.
After which u Heal Thanksgiving Sup-
por will lie spread. All nre cordially
invited.  Ticket* 60 cents children free
Come Single.  Come Double.
JUST ABRIVBD
Ilffi Al ill
 MANUFACTURED AT   	
GRAND . . .
. . . PRAIRIE
Al'I'I.V To
MEN'S
Arctics
Coir|biii;itioii     shoe
ni]d boot,
Lumbermen's   Rubbers,
Snow Excluders,
Three-buckle    J£iv|-
perors,
Rubber boots,
LA DUOS'
Arctics.
Button Aragon,
lie of.Tails l.nl nl u I ili'ililllllb!.- .... ,     ...._._
em, uud dell nli iu- province '■ J.   WARD, CHILDREN'S
" "''""''• HiiicKi.AYKii am) Plasterer
Animals, Birds and
Fish
Moulitotl In Klrsl-cliifsSljiii
ii
SKINS  TANNED  AND
MOUNTED
Volt Itins ixn sun Balk,
-0—
Deer Heads a Specialty
(Mors by Mail Will Hui-tivo
Prompl. Attention.
■r^'-k
Musk Ox Robes Kept
For Sale.
E'lU'S Mini'' t" Oeiloc
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
FOR RAW FURS.
Winner of Gold Medal
Al Clticago, 'nil, nnil Wun
First I'rizii Wliorovor
Shown,
Pi'Ht Olllee llox 100
VEBWOSf,   S.   C.
JOYFUL-NEWS
.aSEK-t^^EgsBffi*--
QKANAGAN gAWMILL,
__»B3a^KEL0WNA'B. C.,
You can now  purchase Cedar Panel doors, beautifully
made   and   finished;   Window Sash,   Laths,   Shinnies and
Arctics
■'.'S.
all  oilier kinds of house   finishings ;   Rough  and  Dressed
Lumber constantly on hand.
 ft;..; ..,,;,.;.„ /.	
Orders from Ke'.tle River  District solicited and prices
furnished upon application to
Tm.  XtXtQXJXWKXi, E^OE*.
.j»*j*ryi*Mt"-v-iHi*t.'jtj*st**pwua-ii^^ aMgggj-g-gggggggjggg
HOTEL KALEMALKA
-   -   -   VERNON, Pi C.   -   -   -
W. J. r/.EAKlN PROPRIETOR
.  .  .    Goad Stalling,
PiUUES KKASONAIILB,
McLAREN BROS., PROPRIETORS.
BLAOKSMltH   SHOP   IN   CONXKOTION
Slui-ii Leave every Mpuday uml   Weibit-Biliiy
(or liurcus. Wash.
ENDERBY HOTEL
II. Vi. WRIGHT, l'ltor.
:-:   ENDERBY, B.C.   :-:
Livery in C'onitfietiuii,
First-cliiHs accommodation for (,'ommercial
TnivelleiH.
Ihiiiiin;: ilikI KiHliing in ubuiulunco throngli
LbU district.
1'iick liiirricH nml Guides f-iniii-lieil ldK)mrta-
imiii mi shortcut nulice.
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STABLING
Camp Fairview, B. C.
hOCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH Of ROOK OREEK,
B.   Fi.-t-texx-a.ad.-B-li,   Ms-nr-.
KntsT-('i.,iss Accommodation run Gi-ksts.
GOOD STABLING
■WKxn.llent KUhiligon KoUie ltiver..ffy
ARMSTRONG HOTEL
11.  KEYES, Prop.
Gond Al'cnlllliinibitinu,
Hest Liquoi's and Cigars.
First-Class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
Mr, Sliiart's liiluri'sl in Ibis iniblica-1 -"  -   '      „ ..„
ina, tviii,-:, a siinri ii,,,.. .,., passi'd Mava Vou a Cough or Cold?
i i ' itlit'i' b i'i la ami tbeii again re* ]
rei'lud lu its ui'irfiunal iiwni'i', bus bum I
luiivliiisi'il by lbe iv-pui'tni'i', tlm pi-c
nail |irn|i- icloa. v.am is now sole oivne.
-uul eiliior ui' Till! Advance,   Dndtu
llli'pi'i'Senl ninii.; ul   lbe policy if
tlie |ni|ii'i* will liiiilci'nn n sllghl inodili
uiui.  .whicli   will   lie observed  in
Jilt ui i' editions.
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VI'illi-i'ON  NOTES.
Mr. T. (liroiiinii. Iiinllier of lbe lule
I,ua. 1! ii mi,! il. uiiiveil in luwil Insl
iveek li'lilll lbe I'llsl, lie I'xpt'l'ls Iii remain lieri' for winic liaie.
Mr, I,'. H Taylor lel'l nu Tuesilay's
la.lill nil il 111 .■. I -• 111. ■ trip  lo   I I.I 1111.    lie
GERMAN SOCKS and FELT BOOTS
IIOTI'I,  SI6KDS  NO  SPEC] \l,   I,"..'
Ii:\ ilA'l'ION
Tr^r'TUSSINE."
25 «,-a,cl i»Oc. per So-fc-fciE-o
Reservation Trading Co,
S'-ii' First-cliif-'s A-W'oijunodtition nl  tho Wk'timouH Juut'tipn   1 lonsi*.'frli
nrauii.iru,-*'".1...-.   --..   . .  - -      . ..-..'-.v-wvi. ■M.'MXI+vl.'kis.T'.-.xvrwmT-
i :s'i'.\^i,i-.v •■ n   i.
imw —ra'■■-■-'-■•*■■-■' .
U^iiVlA! ;,.A
NURSERY  COMPANY
Propared and Bold Only by
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ti      J. S. DONALDSON      jW
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R. N.   TAYLOR | CHEMIST  & DRUGGIST @°LR  SPECiALTiES-Vaneues Profitable in British Columbia;
".I UJIILWE   I''A KM,"
LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
THE DRUGGIST,  VERNON.
I'OR  SAL1
VE"?N0N, B. C.
u i i prubnbij' \ i.-ii Husslnnd mul ulla r 160 Acres of Land. All Meadow.
n V, I'V BEN Sixly iiiiiI .-evenly Acres Clcnred
D nnil iirabioii, .-;ix miles from i'iun|i .Mia
Kinney,  line Mile (luui tviujiioll ruiul.
i
g| A Kull Lino of
i
KIClv'K 1*I\()S., ffl
BUTCHERS,   'ffl
ti
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS ti
.ti
Drugs
Patent fib-licr-ies
ToiietSArticles
Trusses, &c.
Mall   Ordors   From   tho   Lower
iw; Trues Free from Pests.
f^ FRUIT   ANI) ORNAMENTAL TRKES,  PLANTS AND VINES.
ffl\    Send for Free Catalogue.   ]   F. Hutciierson, Manager,
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18ADDLE HORSES . . SINGLE AND DOUBLE DRIVERS . ..UUGGIES FOR HIRE
.JHid.Wavj Feed and  LiiVery Stable;
Magkay Ingrim ■ ■ ■ Proprietor.
J.i'.vn* in llle  lin uciiay liefori' be u-
llli-lls,
Messrs, Siiniiinns uud Cuslerliui re-
e. iilly i- I veil uu iiaiay frum ii sample
nl me frum llieir iniuei-nl laniin Incnled
a -luui dislauce lineli iil'IbeB N rnneb,
wliieli shews iba; they havi'suinethliig
Ibal iiinv prnve tiilniible, 'i'be assay
s *: "iv cil vas, (.old 1,21!',til, ui il silier
1,2fI).    '!l ej   me inking iiiniiailiiile
*1( | a  In   I a'.e   lie   claim   til ll lul'i (1.
They  hliip| ul LIU   pounds of ibe me .
iitiay lasl week lu gel  il  tesleil at the     Mont ilollvoroil al Iturli i'i k and all tlio \ffl
j.hi,;, ! Mlliililll'iinilia. <fy
i,„.,i„,„i i.i,. ii ,i  „ i r, i, ,;J.kerr. R. D. Kcnn. Kfrff..KfrfXlfn\fc/7-fc H.iHs.HAH.iSins.n.iH.iSins.H.tH.iH.i.
spcrlal Mail nn .Muiulay fnr the eniisl. im'I'Ii
Ariel spending a shui I time '.hern I hey ''• W' K1'-1'-"'
"1'!I"""V. ,IUIW";1"11 ,"'111 I'!'"!1  WATCHMAKER and JEWELLEH
llbl) cue \ el'liuli 1111111 ber call mi llie,
way ensl. During Hear slay lli'l'clliey
have grnwil *l ;:ly  iu  llie i ll'eeliona
Country   Will   Receive
Prompt Attention.
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. Parties Diiiven tu Maiious, Psntioton ano Otiieii 1'oists . ,
ui'   llle  |eieile    nf    Vl'I'IIOII, llllll   bate
uliuwn a greal  llilenesl  in everylhlnu
i..a..caning Iheir itelll'iire, mul iin.iii
aa.iue Ihelll il heal ly weleiui.e sliolllil
lhey ever relm u.
'ill   elilerllll'lllli nl     tins    given    ill
C'nllii'lull'rt hull iiii I'liilav cveiiiiiL'.
iiiiiba lbe aii-pi.is nf Luiil and Lady
Ahl'lllf  fill' Il.e  belielil   nf  Ihcrcilli-
iag i- i.   Besides lo.ail lai  Lord
and liiulv Aberib en nsslsleil III llle
uriigiiiuinie | ei*. i ally, 'lhe iiiiillenee
1.ere illsn ('annul wilh il solo liy Lady
Miiijnric Oorilon, an.I n special feiilur'
ol' llice-.-ia Illg Was a guilur and banjo
ilni'l. bv l.aily .'limjorie uml lion.
An iiie Oniduli, Afler the priigratiuui'
H us Iliiislieil, refi'i'ilinienlH tvere ncrvcc
jiail on lbe v hn'e llie i veiling una i
icrv  enjoyable one,   Abnlll   fffifl \\nf
IV ll?1 il.   Tbe   rending   r II   lliil  be
n ..lei- lbe inaiiiiij.il i cnl nf Ma. Ilnse Ihi,-
i. ililcr.
'.'.all,in. .'Voa. II.  835,
> 11
.'i-a ", V. Itu'iile I i< busily engiiged
I III .1   *.-.a la w ).. ::i!. inc nl llii'iiiilaiy
FiiJ.'it
MIDWAY, D. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty
All Work lliii-rnnleil.     i,:l
rsT:*} FURNITURE}
SZ3   t  414 414 414  Tt
**£
■" NOBTIIffl RAILWAI g I
T  HA HA Si  &  H-*^
S IcheaperthaneverI »
l-OH 6ALt
BEjWUUbii|iJiOJEb
OKANAuAN MISSION,  B. C.
This is ti s|iliituliill.v ilnlslieil liouse insiilo
anil out, almost now, ivilh good stable and out
luillillilgs, is ci'iilnilly liiualml in the ralloy
and commands n Bond iriule. II annuls uu iu
own f-i-uiuiils uf tivn uml a half arms in extent,
ami isa good investment.
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
W1TTI
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
Tills building Is two atoroyt lilgli and ilauds
nn ils iiiiii ground of half iiii ai'i'L* iii oxtont and
is In a eoiiiiiiiiii'ding busbUBi p nil I'm.
Pun TkiimsAi'I'LVto
I). NICHOLSON,
Okaxaoan Mission
MARTIN    BROS.
LEADING IK.-Vkk 1 (Ut
AT
Hardware, Stove, fr
ware, Paints, Oils
and Glass.
"Ve3?3n.ozi., S. G.
f t=d
Vernon Privato Golldge. Noison&FertshoPpardRai.wny 21 -Canipbell Bros.-1 §
ALL RAIL  TO  NELSON,  B.  C.  £■§ § . % t^
VERNON, B. C. 0nly through ||n6 t0 NelMni ^J | * <:' *
Kaslo, Kootenay Lake
F. AllRIKN MKYKR, rRINCll'AL. and Slocan Points. r ft ft
dim oiiou^n roiius ,     R0SSLAND B, a VERNON, B. C.   {ji,
HKNI) FOlt PIIOSI'KOTUS. | Dully (except. Sunday) between Spo- L,,^«/8»*vl»*!>*!44l44l44l44l44liJl4  atatatKitatKitKit\itatatKitatat
kaiie and Nnrl bpnrl. ! i'ST'S T'SiliT'Si'S'fti'S i'ST',^i',i 4(i V.i   t,i ft ft 4.1 ft 4,14,14,14,14,1 SSft ft
Teiweekly   between  Nurthport   and | ___ijsijj^jiLKrE^tlTr   J^^rrrrrriT
^ I TWO GABLOADS JUST ARRIVED | ^
LCUIS, LAUNDRY.
lAll orders peoinptly attended toi—
Grand Forks, B.C.
do vou ao HUNTING?
OP COURSE
You will buy a [MARLIN.
BECAUSE       -»**
It lins a Build top-Protection*
It ilt'iiiH ui 1 tin nine- Convenience.
It li Unlit ».lulu   Ciinil'iirl.
It tins tlm liALiAiiii nniTel-Accnracy.
ll. lim luweiit piiriii-Himpllclly,
Iniil fiiri'(ini|ili'tli rntnliiuil", free. Bpiiiilnl pftcll
of cniili for 15 nulls.
THE MARI.IN F1RF. ARMS CO.,
(Now Haven, Conn,
Nelsoi
IKIINO NORTH GOIXII SI11ITI
ll£0n. 111 MARCUS 2.20 p. in,
6 MARCUS and MIDWAY
S'E'^LfS-ES  xJx,mxi
On'['iii'Mlnyp/riiursilfiys,nnd Salurduyi'.tmin
•vill run lhrough to Nolsoii, ftrriving ftl ojrap.m,,
ninktiig oloso oonnootion wilh tlio utonino.'Nol*'
*'" fop ,K,^!.[,.,imI Hl1 ,ftH° M«l?j, w&ta?»' Leaves Mnrcus Mondays and I hursdays at i p, m.
Arrives Midway Tuesdays ancl Fridays at 5 r. M.
Leaves Midway Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a. m.
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. m.
lOisinni 0:00 ji.m. shui'! (lnvH, i.ciiii'iiin.;. pan-
aoiigom will loavo lako points nud Nolnnnon
Miiiidayf, Woitinjwtaysaiul Kridnyn, arrivingftl
Sjiokaiio MituodaVi
1   PiiHHmi«ci'M fm* Kottlo Itivor nml Hiiiiiidiiiy
Crook coniicol ni Mflrous with -ntago IUija*.
b1or THAU, ORKKK   MINES iiciniienl ai
NuriliivH'i wiiii HtAtfo lino (tally.
Km* Nakuapand Rovowtokoconnoot nt North
1 [jori wiih Innil \V(!diuwl|i\>i|ii.l Sutiit'ilaj-H,
SPECIAL  ATTENTION (JIVKN TO  MAIL, FREIGHT AND RXPRESS
JO.   D.   J»EO^rRrE''0»iri   PROPRIETOR.
COURTS  OF  ASSIZE.
Tablo Showing tho Dates and Places of Court*
of Assize, Nisi Prius, Oyer and Tormlnen
and General Gaol Delivery for the
Year 1895.
FALL AK8IZKS.
Clinton Thursday, 2(il h Suptemho'?
Richflold MonrtftytSOth Siipifiinboi
KiinilniipH Monday, "I h Octobor
Vornon Mondav, 141 li Octobor
Lytton Friday, Ulli Octobep
Now WOHtinliiitor,.Wcdno8dayi (ith Novomber
Vanonnvor Monday, llth November
Victoria Tuesday, l'JIh November
Niuiiiiino. Tni'sdny, '.llth November
•SjiidlilAifll/ alKMil METEOROLOGICAL   ItEPOIlT.
Lat 19  Long ......Till?!
AltlLudc. 1,8011 feet above sen level,
painfull for week. ,25 of an ineli.
rKMl'KUA'rUUK VQn   WIllUv-   BND1NQ    NOV. ID.
Mux. Min
Nov. 4  1I1.5 1?
"    5   311.5 10.5
"    II   37 27
"    7   38 25
"    8   17.5 22.5
"    I)  (I 311.5
"   10   12 33
CORRECTION.
In our last issue a typographical
error erept into Ibe arliele touching
tnu bunding uf the Snowshoe claim.
In the article it was stated the claim
was 10 feet wide, instead uf which it.
shuuld have boon 110 feet, a slight difference in favor of the claim.
LOCAL ANI) DISTRICT.
The Hun. Colonol Baker, provincial
secretary, lias insl il used a still Iur
libel against the Province—the Province newspaper, we mean,
Mr, Melllvane uf I.uniby has erected
a nice villa ou the cornel'of North
street ami Mara avenue, Vernon,
which now that il. is completed adds
much to Ilinl residence purl iuu uf lhe
city.
Mr. and Mrs. Folger, formerly doing
liusiness in Orand Forks as hotel
keepers, Jiavc moved to Damp McKinney, and in future will luuk after
the comfort of llieir guests in the
Cariboo company's hoarding house.
Sawmill men from linsshindland also
from the Okanagan nn the ul her side
of the line, have been In this week
looking over the ground with a view
to setting up in business. I!y report
lumber will be cheaper next summer
than ever betore, and consequently a
large amount ni liuililing will be carried un.
Mr. E. 1). Boen, who had Ihe c.nn-
tracl to build a bridge tu span Llie
Okanagan river at the Haynes meadow, lias completed the work, lly this
nud ol Ilea Improvements, wliieli are uf
a private mil ure, Mr. Ellis furnishes
proof that under his management, the
splendid property is lu be pot. to its
lies! use ns a large stock ranch,
Mr. Geo. Edwards, who keeps the
stopping place nnd runs the ferry over
the Kellle river nu ihe road IoMiiitus,
and just below llie customs house lit
Gilpin's, is about In apply fur a license
tn retail liquor, Evidently Mr. bid-
wards is preparing fur a good season's
business next, summer, when I lie siring
(if prnspeclnrs wend llieir way inliilbe
Boundary I'l-cek eauqisr    ■
Twil'liiifse, fuur burse and six hursc
tenuis; tenuis from all directions j fui'
inner befure iu the history uf Ibis sectiun nf eniinliv luis sn much freight
been moving ill und uul us al. lbe
presenl lime. Truly Ihe Hnunilaiy
deck camps are loosing up, nud before spring the croaker will have passed
uul uf existence allugelhei, und our
mining development will have pru-
greased beyond lhe microscnple stage.
Fur many years pasl coal has been
kiinwn lu exist at Hock Creek, il having been discovered by ininers while
wurking placer nr hydraulic diggings.
Nuw, however parlies nre applying
fur licenses tn prnspecl, and before
lung the coal reefs which undoubtedly
underlie lhe whole nf the Keltic Kiver
valley, will receive expert attention,
nnd lie made to contribute tn the usefulness aud wealth nf those who are
strenuously endeavoring In develop
this portion uf British Columbia.
Those who nre sceptical as In the
suitability of our soil and climate fur
the growing of fruits, more especially
apples, should have taken a look at
Mr. Geo. Wlielao's orchard in the
Mission valley befure the fruit was
plucked, and it is needless tu say their
doubts wuuld sunn have been dispersed, as from mil a great, number nf
trees Mr. Whelan was enabled this fall
to gather nearly ten tons of very
prime apples, whicli at the present
state of the market is considered, or
rather is worth some Ic. to 5c. per
pound. Two acres of trees in full
hearing would readily yield this
amount of fruit, su il is easily tn be
seen and calculated that, growing apples at. $250 per acre is a more profitable business than growing wheat at
$20 per acre. How lung will it. take
the average fanner, possessed uf lbe
Messrs. Stuart k Sadler have suid
(heir len acres nf land adjoining tlie
Midway townsite to Captain Lamb,
whu has recently come In the district
nn a visit to his suns.
A Ml'. Brewett frum Butte, Mont,, is
visiting the camps un lhe North Fork
nf Kettle river in company with Mr. J.
W. MeOanh, a party owning mining
pruperl y there.
The second number nf the Trail
Creek News, Ihe latest journalistic
venture in the province, lias arrived
and is welcome, Tha News is nil that
ils inline implies as regards reading
matter, and typographically—to use a
print-shop term—Is "artistically com-
positioned."
Captain Thompson and a Mr. Larsen
are visiting the different camps. This
is nol lbe Hrst visit that, has lieen paid
the districl by Captain Thompson, and
it i.s reported thnl Mr. l.acsen, whn isa
smeller man frum Lendvillu, Colo,, is
seeking,a suitable location upnu which
to put up ii plant,
There will be a thanksgiving concert
and social iu lhe church al Grand
Prairie on the evening nf November
21 The programme will consist of
vocal and Instrumental music, reclla-
linns, elc. Concert from H In 0:80 p.
ni„ after which a real thanksgiving
supper will lie spread. Proceeds in aid
of the different schemes of lhe chinch,
Tickets, 50 cents I children free. All
who cume will receive a hearty Welcome, have u gnnd time and gel a
square Thanksgiving supper.
If'here is nne thing fur which a
newly-arrived settler, whn lives about
half a mile frum Boundary Kails, is
fiunnus, il.isthegi'tiwingnflui'nips. The
gentleman referred tn alsu keeps Jersey cows, and although we wuuld nut
vuuch fur Die truth uf the story, we
have been told lie declares that although it would be difficult to get one
nf tlie turnips inside nf a cow, yet if
llie same were hollowed out il. wuuld
be nn great difficulty lu get, the cow
inside llie turnip. Therefore an idea
is conveyed as to the m\xe of the mammoth vegetable.
Messrs. Manley and Averill are pro-
paring tn erect a fine hotel at. Grand
Forks, tho plans and specifications fnr
which call fur a structure second tu
none In the Interior of British Coluui.
bid, as the. I'dlllce ia estimated to ensl,
somewhere in llie neighborhood of
$15,C00, This is ilie right kind of
energy, nnd iinl.bing tends to build up
n country more than;dues really fiisl
class hotels, where guests can lie made
thoroughly comfortable after Ihe
fatigue of travel. Minislering to the
buddy wants of tbe capitalist often*
limes lias u wonderful Influence upon
the purse strings, as a stranger passing
through lhe eonntry if made cuiufiirt-
;iLb', is put in bolter humor with him-
self,nnd cnnsi'ipieiitly willi the balance
Of creation. Make the animal—man—
comfortable, nnd immediately lhe
whole outside world is tinged with a
roseate hue.
Mr. T. McDonnell is carrying un development work nn the Gulden Eagle.
Messrs. Alex. Wallace nnd G. Cnnk
aie lining assessment wurk nn the Hub
Roy, a claim adjoining the No. 7 in
Atwood's camp.
Messrs. Clifford aod Bjorneberg having completed their buildings, are now
devoting Llieir attention tu their claim,
which is an extension nf the Morrison,
They intend working all winter.
A sample nf the Highland Queen ure,	
taken to l he coast bv Mr, It. Woods, I
assayed $2IB.n tbe inn.   This ledge nf | DIRECTORY OF ADVERTISERS.
il iu Providence camp,
GRAND PRAIRIE SAW MILL
Hough Lumber
From ItiiO to $12.
Dressed Lumber
From $1 (i to $18
Per Thousand.
BOUNDARY FALLS
)W
R.w-
JAKES, M.D., CM.
nv APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVEB
DISTRICT.
OFFICE BOUNDARY FALLS.
Boundary
ssra, C, I*.
MINING   NOTES.
Mr, Austin Hammer lefl a few days
ngn oo a trip to Trail creek,
The Winnipeg claim is nuw being
surveyed by Mr. J. A. Coryell,prepara
Iuly to gelling nut,n crown grant,
Mr. Jauies Scliofleld has purchased
the Scotia claim, Deadwood cainp,
from Mr. McMynn, and has i-e-lncated
the claim under the name of the Primrose.
Mr. E, 0. Brown is steadily working
away nn the Ira Lenorn, in Smith's
cain)), and the ledge is now slinwingup
well, and guud ore is being taken out
uf Ibe tunnel.
A splendid assay lias been bad un
Borne ore taken from a claim recently
local ed near Vernon. Our enrres-
pondenl reports the sample treated to
have rim as high as $21I).(X) iu gold and
$2.80 iu silver. Ore nf this value is
gond ennugli for any country, and
shuuld much nf it be found ill the abuve
mentioned neighborhood, Vernon will
have great things iu since fur her.
The reported iind nf a gnnd ledge of
nre no the Scotia, iii Deadwood camp,
published ill our last week's issue, bus
turned out uol in lie upon this cluim
but un lhe adjoining nne, the Gem
The error occurred owing to the
I'u a I that the men engaged upnu lbe
ore is situal
three or four   miles abuve
Falls, nml is owned by Mi
Thomel und li Stuart.  As tha ledge
is about, two   feel   wide and sulkily
mineralized, it Is reasonable to suppose
this is shipping ore.
Messrs. J. Scliofleld and W. McCoi-
inick are carrying nil deve'npinent
wurk nu Ihe Mel her Lnile claim, Dead-
wood camp, This is an enormous copper properly, carrying gold, and is uud
always has been luuked upon by the
miners of lbe district as among llie
best things to he found in ihe Boundary camps, The Mother Imle is well
named, ns ll is a very sirong lead uf
great width,und traceable fur a lung
distance across tbe country. The Sunset is a parallel ledge lu the Mother
lnile in lhe sillne camp, und also u very
large ledge, and bulb will undoubtedly
at nn distant, date receive the attention
uf capitalists.
Snme 25 nr 80 men are nuw at wurk
building a road lo.andputting up bunk
and shaft houses upon the Winnipeg
claim in Wellington camp, the property recently acquired by Marcus Duly.
A good road is being built to lhe
claim frum the mail! trunk nne, a distance nf about twu miles, su that easy
access may be bad fur llle transport of
supplies,nuiclllliery, etc, Men have been
put lo work sinking a new shaft on the
claim, us alsu carrying llie one already down some thirty feet to a
greater depth. The energy displayed
ill carrying nut development wurk mi
this pruperly Is quite In keeping wilh
the known business characteristics of
llie purchaser, and n few mure such investors is ail ihal the Boundary camps
need In ennverl, thein Iulu veritable
hives nf industry,
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
Compiled in Alphabetical Form
And Intended ns n Rendy
Reference for the Busy Ones
ARMSTRONG.
No
H.Koyrs	
N.MoLood.,..
0»rglll&Co,,
 Armstrong Hotel
..Sash uml Door Kiii-tiir)
 Oeiuiral Men-hauls
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS NOT ENOUGH,
BENVOULIN.
I). Nicholson.
lll'llllilllill lintel
BOUNDARY  FALLS.
T. Hardy	
Coryell, J. A,.,
J ilkos. It. W...
Kerr Urns	
Itendoll, ti. A..
... Boundary Kails Hotel
 liivll Engineer
.Physician ami Surgeon
 Illltelli'lT.
 Goiioral Merchant
CAMP  M'KINNEY
Slintfiml&t'o..
..General Miii-eliunis
FAIRVIEW.
Iialrympli'. W	
Elliot, T	
Slim-son, (i. O	
Siiatford&Co.	
Sjimnlc, (). II	
Slicchan, (Jeorgc J.
..General Blacksmith
....Gunoral Morchant
...Unlilon (into llolel
...GoncnUMwcliunln
..General Blacksmith
 Fairview Hotel
GRAND  FORKS
Louis Laundry
Miller, M Kettle Illver Stage Line
minium, 0. K Sawmill
Ward, J Ilrlck und Lime
McLaren Bros
Nelson I'. li...
lllltrlierson, K-.
Robert Clark Refuses to Bond the Seattle
Claim on the | North Fork of Kottlo
River for That Amuuiit.
Mr. E. ,1, Hit-key nl Spokane, a few
days ago was interviewed by an Advance representative, und in cout-si Of
conversation suid ibatalthouglihe bad
visited most uf liic great mining camps
un ihe American side nf ihe boundary
line, uud hud seen wane purl inns ul
Stiulb America, \cl bud he never hi
ilis life visited any siclinn uf country
wiih suchshowiiigs of mineral asarelo
lie found ln wbatis knownastlieBuund*
ary Creek country, Hu had, lie said,
just been up to I he North Fork of Kettle river, and all hough lie had offeied
In lay down $1,000 cash on a $50,000
buiiil for the Seattle claim owned liy
Mr, Hnls'i't. ('lack, jhe privilege had
been refused him, Questioned ns lo
the exleiil nf the nre litidv, Mr, Ilickey
acknowledged that il. was 2IHI feel wide
ill ils widest part, nud mil less than 80
feet in the narrowest portion of the
claim, and Ihe ledge a solid body of
copper ore, carrying gold with a gond
percentage of silver. Although very
little work other then prospecting has
been dune un the cluim, I was quite
prepared to go as high ns $50,000, said! MoDuff, I)
Mr. Hii'key, but since Marcus Daly has •**■*•■*■ W, II
invested in the Winnipeg in Wellington cainp, llie properties here have
laken -i jump nf 100 per cent., and that
rather staggers one, and it is dillicull
lo know what tn do. Mr. Ilickey is
now looking over snme nf the other
camps and dues nut despair nf making
snme deals befure leaving the country,
as he is simply astonished at Iho number uf gnnd properties that are still
lying in the hands nf Ihe prospectors
even at I Ilis early day In lhe life uf the
mining counlry referred lu.
—*■*—
GRAND PRAIRIt
 Grand Piwlpi ollotol
...ItesLTvaliod Trailing (Jo
KELOWNA
Liomiiuio& Idoyel-Jonofl...
Uqiiimo RroSi & Co	
LetjiiiiiK., f.	
.Implement Agents
.Gcmoral Merchants
.Okatingan Sawmill
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Different Stage Lines.
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquors and Cigaps    ■   ■   -  oad  Sltllinf,
G.ARTHUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B.C.
Headquarters   for  Miners'   Supplies.
——   A (10(111 STOCK OP
Srooaries, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Powder, Ele.
—ORDERS TAKEN FOR ALL KINDS OP
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
JUST RECEIVED
.   A FULL SUPPLY OF   .
Men's Woollen Underclothing,
Overshirts, Fancy and Heavy.
G. ARTHUR RENDELL.
CONKLE & DONALD
General Teamsters and Freighters,
ROCK CRFEK,  B,  C.
Rates fnnn Pentictou to Camp McKinney, Rock Creek. Midway and
Boundary Falls, two cents per pound for two tons or under, Marcus to Midway, llie same rati',   Marcus lu Grand Prairie one cent per pound.
Special Rates for Large Orders and Ore Contracts.
LADNERS
..Mainland Nursery Co
LUMBY
Mnriunl, I, lime's Horn Hotel
MIDWAY
wurk uf ilcvcliipincul did nnl know
average iiliiiitllll nfaliilily, tullinruugly (thai lbe Sculia gl 01111(1 overlapped thnl
comprehend this problem and grasp | of tho Gent claim, and therefore lhe
the significance of its triilh.
Such splendid results lias allenilei)
tbe drainage uf the meadow lauds in
Ihe miuiicipalily uf Spalluiucheen lu
the norlh of Otter hike, thai now Ihe
council contemplates extending the
same In the lands south uf the lake, sn
that lhe work abciidy carried mil
may lie more effective, By straightening and deepening the oiillluwiug or
miutherniusl channel, the waler nf the
lake will be lowered considerably,
which will nut only add to theuieadnw
acreage but will prevent the damming
hack uf Ihe inflowing water in lbe
spring, and Ihe consequent (binding uf
the meadow lauds to lhe mirth. The
drainage nf these nictidmvs. Is nut lbe
only useful. piece nf legislation In lie
placed tulhecredil (if IheSpallnincheeii
municipality, hut. even if it was it
could nut be said that the creation of
the municipality had been a failure,
for the lieneflt in the future that will
accrue to the owners of these binds
Would be difficult In eslini.ule,
mistake. However, what is a luss In
nne is ii galll Iii llie tilllcr, and the
cnimlcy loses nothing liy lbe transfer,
uml by lbe discovery nf Ibis line lead
nf ore the Gem claim is made a gem
indeed, and probably a cosily one al.
thai.
Km- certain kinds uf ground the
Chinese undoubtedly lake lirst place
among placer ininers, and tills is being
clearly demonstrated upon Boundary
creek at lite present time, fur here we
see the Celestials busily engaged working ground thai has received no alien-
tiun fuc years past, although at nne
time a great deal nf ininingwascarried
nn u),iiii the creek, lly the number nf
cabins springing iulu existence ami the
reinforcements of Chinese arriving, it
would seem that lliere js still ground
left upon Ihe creek worthy of thelf attention, and gold enough to he worth
striving for, as, by the work that is
lieing carried nn, it would seem that
fur snme lime at least Ibey have come
tn slay.
Coryell, J, A Civil Engli
Guess, Harry A Assay
Hans. J. A Mining Engliieor
llniii, Edward A Stationer, lite
Illgrllll, M Final and I.i very Slulilc
Kin'" Urns - butchers
l.ci|ilium k I'u .vers Kiuvniill
McNicol, j (ii'in'nil Merchant
McAiilny & Lundy boundary Hotel
 Illiicksiniiii
■ Agent Midway Towusllu J
llnod, .1. \V  .... Wntcliiiiakorand Jeweler
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
S PO K A M E   F A L L S,
P. O. liox 583. Washir)glor|
?- A. J. SPBOLE'S EXPRESS STA&B LINE
Phursday and
Washington,
PENTICTON
Bproulo, A. O Express unit stage line
Tliiirbnr, ,1 Politician Hotel
Walker, II,.. I'oiiliiitoii Livery nnd Sale Stable
gouvg sonn
will leave Penticton  7 a. m, every Tuesday,
Saturday, arriving at Fairview 1 p. 111., and Oro,
the same evening
GOING   NOItTU
Washington, 7 a. .11., Mondays, Wednesdays
11 a. in., connecting with
Railways.
will leave Oro, Washington, 7 a. .11.,
and Fridays, reaching Fairview at
SS. Aberdeen and S. &. O. and C. I1
A. J. Sprole, Prop.
ROCK  CREEK
Conklo k lioiiald Tcanislorsauil Freighters
Plttontlrlgli, H Hock Crook Hole!
SPOKANE
QOIIOWtlj'rt & Me A vltioy	
Hpnkaiio i-'iillsati'l Nortlitrn Hallway,
Nursery
Court of Revision and Appeal,
VERNON
Armstrong, W, J     Hardware Morchaiil
llnnk ol Montreal II. A. Iloiiiloruin, Mgr
llllllnifi, Ki-nl         Il,i|.|.|.ii.r
ltock  Creek   Division   of  the
Hlootornl   District of Yule.    I ■'" boll liroii— —Kurnltiira
I Cochrane Vi. JI.... Solicitor
1 I'rolicll, T. K  Ciiiilriii'liiriiiiil tlnililrr
Inn ii'diiiii'ii willi tin: 'inn-Minis of Uio As j CimIitIoii, <'■ V Commissi mil liimuiu	
sesamoid Acl,Courts of ttiivlslnii nml Appeal Coryo**. J A (-'It'll Kngli r
ivill lie bold as follows: j Coslorton, 0. K Commissi mil Insurance
Al Ilm Qovornmoiil 0HI00, Osoyo is, on Tims- j Donahta '• S Cliomlst nod Druggist
day.llie Llllb day of Novombgr, nnd at tho Oftrdnor, W Livery V I and Hale Stable
(Invci'iiiiiriii uilli'o, Midway, on Friday, tlie fflili j Hulchlnaon and Davidson Flour and Food
day of Noveinlmr, l«B,at tlie hour of eleven In  Jacques, F. II Wiiliiliiiiuker and Jowolor
tliu forenoon. J Kerliy, FnrliiiH M Civil Knglnocr
|Sigiieil|  F. MoOOWAN,        ' Lnllmer. F. II Civil Kngbie >r and Assnyor
Jnd.il-of the Court of Revision and Appeal.   ! Mlu,|i" ,,r"s  Hardware Merchants
(iiivcnilniilit Olllee, tlsny II. (.'., j Meakin. Vi. .1 Kiili'iimlkn Hotel
illl Xoveliiluir, 18115. j ""•)">•'. y'.K Vol' I 'ri i nle I lollogo
Murphy and Faulkner Victoria Hotel
Nlohollos ami Iteiiouf tgrloultiiral Imp.
Suila Wnler Works
,
Ciunp   McKinney, Osoyoos   Division   of
Yale District, Provinco of Ilrltlsb Co- < O'Neal and liowiil.
Iinnlilii. Canada, stli November, 1805.! Bbfttford and Co..
„ ., „ „      , „ .. „ ,.        ' Shut ford, S. A	
oil,Q.siiii.kv.Esq.,J,P„8tnunr, B.C., ami - „,     ,,„  .
,„ ,, .. ,,      , „  ,, .      ! Siinlhaiiil Clorll
\\. H. Nomas, Rag., J. P., Midway, ii. c. i T|l . r |( N.
(inxn.KMKN.—I beg to  hereby  give you Williams,Qorald.
notico nf my intention In apply at the next j Worgnn, A. !>....
Hilling of the Licensing Court to bo held fur lbe
lowor portion of the Omiyoos Division nf Yale
District, for permission to transfer my license
for tho fiftlo of liquor by retail fnnn mvoldlo
my now promises here, both situiile in Ciunp
Mcl'iiiiu'j aforesaid, Vout-s respectfully.
111(111 CAMKHOiV.
    ..(leneral Moi'cliants
...Dry Goods and Millinery
 Vornon Ban-mil]
 Chemist und lirugglsl
 Physician and Surgeon
 I'luitngriipher
MISCELLANEOUS
CaiHitliiin Itaml Drill Co..
Marl})] Kin* Amu*Cu	
.Sliei'lirnnki!. Quo
.Now JlftUfi.Cwi
I VERNON SODA WATER WORKS
O'NEAL & DOWNEY, Proprietors.
Manufacturers of All Kinds of Carbonated Drinks, Including
Ginger Ale, Sarspanlla, Club Soda, Lemon Soda, and Cream Soda.
CHAMPAGNE   CIDER.
A Specialty Made of
Raspberry, Strawberry, Orange,  Pineapple,  Vanilla,  Lemon,
and Gum Syrups.
All In Pint and Write for
Quart Bottles. Prices.
The Canadian Rand Drill Co.,
MIKlilUKlOlila, Ql'MlHO.
Manufacturers of
ROCK DRILLS AND AIR'COMPRESSORS.
In All Particulars the Best
Special Compressors driven by
PELT0K WATEI
WHEEL
ia mi nl ml direct up.
nn rr.illk-ahllll.es-
ln'iaiillyiiJapieiliiir
utilizing the power
ul mountain stenmi
as shown In  Illustration.
H. P. PALMERSTON,
Agent for Midway and District. CARIBOO AIID UORSEi'LY MINES.
Tn tIn* British Columbia Mining
journal wo are indebted Ini' a (It-scrip-
linn nf the um (ji'i'iii hydraulic gnld
producing mines now in operation in
ib" Ciirlliiin counlry, from which re*
ccnily. ns 11 resiill nf twenty-nine days'
work nn lbe Oiiribun iiiiii six weeks nn
ibe Hnrsrily, turned mil un iiniuunl uf
gold valued fiuiii Ihu fniiueral $11,-
837, and from the latter $25,160:
The Caril'ini .Mine. Cohunns nml
ri'iutnhs of type could nnl ndeiiualcly
ilcsii-iliclhe greal  mi u the Smith
Flll'k   ,if   (Jllealielle   liver,    flllllililll'ly
known us lhe "Cariboo." II is big in
••very sense of the word, A big Hank
of gravel ahout two miles inn;,'nn lbe
river side, a canal IS miles lung and
v. iile ennugli nml deep ennugli to admit a small propeller, discharging ils
llniid nf wnler lhrough twu huge nine-
i.u-li nozzles, tupahle nf pouring Wl'tll
IKXXI  inches  nf   water   cnllliiuuillslv.
Soiiiii piping mis prost'culed last year
cul I'm- a few hourett day through ibe
I'nie pari nf llie summer, hut llle mine
•■iiulil mil be said I.i be in iipt'Callon
lill llie waler was liirncd Illll) Ihe big
dilch, which nccurretl August Will,
nml ri'iichi'd ihe mine ahout August
li'ilh. li was nearly twu weeks, liow-
evei, before I he niltie was In fullnpera.
linn, Flow Ihings did nml'I Twenly*
nine (lava nf ill >i mi I fiiiirlecn llinirs
■'iieh and lbe clciin-up liirnetl mu lhe
I.lick nf value .*: 11 a 7.M a a run nail
:-ulis('i;lli-lll   pctiduclinii   ntuinsl, ii' li"1
!|iiilc unpi'i'i'edeiiti'il in ll minis of
Jiyili'iinlic mining.
Tlie reason thai lbe piping wns mil
•'untlnucd full 21 hours a ilny was Ibal
lhe space in the |iil- is s. .nnllned ami
llie I'.aiesii high, li'nlll i.fXl led. llllll. il
was dangerous in llie exlceiue, When
ilaiiiiess sel in n i uhsecvaliun cuiibl
.ileleci when a Link started I" cave
.and ivnrk fur Hi" .1 irkcr purl Ions nf
llie uighl iia.11., lia siKpcnded,
Wliilc the "Cai'iliuu" is mil fully
'•quipped, in- rather, in a shape In wurk
lu lull advantage, il may hit considered
llie greatest hydraulic mine nn earth,
fur size and ilchtit'SS combined,
'['lie Horsefly Mine.-The Horsefly
Hydraulic inine is capitalized ui. 2(1,000
shares of slock of pne value $1(1 each.
.1. II. Uiibsmi is manager und has had
''llll'ge uf Ibe III i a e since its illclpielicy,
He is n. practical California hyili-au-
llcker iilm learned and studied llie
business fruln lhe time uf llie iirsl nd-
.veut uf Ihu liydraulic process In liic
•tlnlifiii'liia mines. In ndditliin In his
valiinhie practical Iraliiing he wus in
••ill iv ynu;li naiiie Il.e recipient nf a
.careful and Ihoiiiugh lechiileal Irani*
iii: in mining by bis father, whn ycais
ago foresaw Ihe greal impurlaiice Hie
milling iiitei'csls uf the Paciiie cnasi
would ni l.iiii.
Tin* running expenses of IheHol'seL'y ' -
nre aliiiiii $611,011(1 a year fur !)iiinnlhs'| (
j-iii ■tjil.tUlt) a  iiKinIh.   A;, lia* i-ali
lbe mine will nuw pay the output wili
lie about $150,(10 la ycnr, which leaies
,i lnl.ll prnlil, nl' nearly $l(»,0J0yepc.
'i'be liorseily is ivn ly a wonderful
liiiue, even III c(niip,ii-Uoii wiih really
gnnd hydraulic minus, The gravel do-
I nail exisls fm- nn'i - I nek I'lniji (lie
fan", and lite saine surface Indications
exisl Inn iiiilcs back, and even live or
len miles away I he ipt.iH/.grave! slums
it lu'ievea Iiu ia tip| i iu-8 a slide or
Jireak in Hie undulating siiiface. 0!
i-iuii-se, il is mil staled thai all Ibis
yeginn is hydraulic ground, fm- ii is
lint, butcxperl opinion gives it lhat
fm-niany mill's ill the Horsefly region
il.e cviileiues iiiul (here arc pinbiilily
nl I chaiiiiels llnil can be worked wilh
gre il |irnllt us deep diggings,
Tin- face uf No. , pli al. Ilia ,1 nsc.'l.,'
nun., i.i iin-i','iibiuit 1(10 feet high, On
lm.'soldi] .-i''1' nccni-s a cement that
|i ia given greal. I rouble, .uul at the beginning nf ibis sciisnn it was liercely
S. A. SHATFORD
wa."iiiii ^a^<^n^v:aVi,^"«7<:i,'L«*^-»'-JB'm
uf gold Iiii- ycnr will be if'Mtl.t.tm.H'l)
iisngainsl SiSU.iK«l,(KKI lust vein-. The
nggregiile prndiictiou for 'In- United
Stales  ivill  be  $-1(1,000,000 as nguinsl
$liO,01K),000for lhe previous year,audi"©wy   CxksodLE-.   Kbmf'.cL   3Mil.lia3L©I»y
Ibal tbe Unilnil Stnlcs will lake sec- "r
mid place.   The report, will be  largely i v '* K' N ( ' N •
gotten up fnr circulation as n guld-bug The Only Store iii the City that Has a Complete Line of Ladies' Goods,
argument,al lhe expense  ul'  lliegnv-
ei'liiiiecnt.     Large  nuinbors  will   be  IN  DRESS GOODS ,v? ,mv" niiiehm annrtmonl  ivilh nil tlio Latest Trim-
...                    in  i ni" -    ""a"   .' nilngsliimateli.
I"'1"11''1   n"d   ll"'  eircubilipn   will   he ,-,*  ,,.• ■  ,», rjny ivcarosuroivoeanploiwoyon.aswoliavoallretolassmlllluor.ttild
niituy lliuiisniid limes more extensive  im-ivi  eiioglroynntholatiisflntboscgoodsntprlcosiiovot'boforoliiiartof
Ilm,, a'hniln,. n 1 ccr   minimi     Tin.   OUR    I )R I'" *-, S \1 A 1\ 1'' ii  buB lull! lalgc OXpwloncC ul Uu' lillsiluiss, nnd ii pcrfocl
"■"lsl"""" "I""1 ,u"   l1""1"1*    I'"'  --"-J l\   I'XU.I.-i.H.MM.K liitngnnranicedprovldlngyousond correct taeasuro | r
governmenl ivill Inni the bill.
STOVES!  STOVES!
1 1 4
SCHOOL REPORT.
I'™,'.,, ■.v,',.„,.,.yc„.,.yihi„B,,„t„l„,i,.,. Urns, and can save yomnoncy If you scud your CHATHAM    Bob-Sleighs,     Essex    Centre    PloWS,    Oliver
orders (o us.  Kcild one to-day mul lie oonvincod. Tkums Cash With Oilmen.
Tlie fnlluwillg is lbe .sliillilillg nf llle
pupils in llie Ui'iinibiry Cleek school
I'm- llu- luiililll nl' Ocloher :
Tilled Class, innximiun marks 050
Eddie Melville, K."sS;  Jessie Murray,
,ii: Alma   Hnpper,  Tli J : Willie  .Melville, 785.
Second   Reader,  Maximum   murks
7,11 s" 'l'lll|i»' w Murmy. looi Write for Prices to
.1 u11iin   class,   Waller   Melville,   HSU;
Waller Murray, iiifr. Harry Pal i-
stun, SSI.
II  I'llieer.   M.i > i iii I nirks CUU
(i vi Miiriav, .Ml.
(ban Class, il titxil ll ll III murks HID
(Jnlin I aaii.-raiiin. M; Gcnrgo In
graham, 3.8 i Allied McClung, 80,
A. M, I.Ktviti. Teacher,
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory.
ALL KINDS DI"
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC,
Manuiactured on the Premises and Kept in Stock.
N. McLEOD,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
EDWApD ft. HAIN,
..  UEALE*! IN  ..
Stationary,      School-Supplies,
-:-      Toys,      -:-
Cigars, Tobacsos,
Notions and Patent Medicines.
MIDWAY, B. C.
K ii. .lAt'wri'is.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Sp3ctacl33 and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,
VERNON, il. ('
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
Ooi'tiflcjito   of 'Improvements.
nroi'a'j;.!^;.
'I'll].; Hue, IIhu-ik MlN'll i'.i. CLAIM.
Situate in Skj'liirk (lump, [{'jllla ..iver Mining
Pivlsion ul Vac Dtstri it, 11. ('.
T\UCK NOTICK that I. Hubert W I. froo
X i. Ililii, Intend,slxly
VERNON LIYBRY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
Q
NORSES boarded by
week or month,
Box stalls if desired.
0
.xmx&zt^xstt
HORSES broken to
harness, and hor.
scs and caitle sold
on commission.
DEALER in hay and
grain; wholesale
and retail.
ALL KINDS of heavy
teaming- attended
\
Single Drivers    ,   ,
1
0
Double DriVers. .   .
D
Saddle jiorses,  ,    ,
Tm/un/tMMPK
Qerxtle double drivers
D
II
S
Qerxtle single drivers.
Qentle saddle horses
CORNER Mission and
Tronson streets.
W. GARDNER,
PROPRIETOR.
UlUJIIUltiSll II
for iho mini
llio ai
t.M,i,.l,eV,.,:f.i.i',.'|,p:vioi:,".(i„iii 4a..! ' ::]-
rforncorlilleiiieofbiipt'ovenienls. Jljll* SMWHil
ac nl iibtiilniug ii I'l'invu Grant of
ill    :|i.  ft    Infill   i'li alj.S|6H*   .|a .IS 4> I'flf  .'
ula iljpUl HI ilsTluflssisBli iSItiitSllllal
llf ill
*t/      lit
II
a alii
jllIlBiljslsEiriiliisl""
lis
il
it
alliM4IMim
il
§
** slit
■JitflHIslltiii
! f:;i* lici-Uik" noiic", Uial iwlvorsO olivlum
Iiphi ni le ilt i Milling Ubomtloi'iiiiilaclini) |
i iiijc.l boforo tlio Iwaanoouf fliich cortlll-
Un! Ilns'.''.'l',il
i.ynf Ootobor. ISM,
ussii
TIIK ISKST IIKMKIIY t'Oll
V In. e    3E" is. t ti a- e
UUUgllajU'jiUkjj JI uiiiiii.u.io,
ETC., ETC.
Prepared  From   the   Original
Formula Only by
R, W. TAYLOR, VflE RF.?iGGEGT, |
VKHNON, II. i'.
it'*!?' '.'.il'l'lllaaliil .Vlcciiia per liiilllc.
I Rai!v7ay, Mining and Agricultural
Centre of tlie Kettle River
Country.
nil*
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
l-'Oli I'All'I'K'l liAHS APPLY TO
Chilled Plows, Cook Stoves-, Parlor Stoves, Box Stoves,
Camp Stoves, Hardware of All Kinds, Window Shades,
Iron pipe ami fittings, pumps, paints and oils, varnishes,
rilles, shot guns, powder, shot and shells, plated ware,
enamelled ware, wooden ware, tinware, wash-tubs, washboards, sp;ides, shovels and axes, crockery ware, lamp
goods, glassware.     All  the above goods will be sold
CHEAPER THAN FVER BEFORE
W. J. ARMSTRONG
-trxu&sroxfl'. b.o.
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
Victoria,   H.  O
AGRICULTURAL IAMIII1Y.
SOLK AGENTS KOH
Brantford ® Binders § and ® Mowers
TIIK IIKST IN TIIK MAHKI.T.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows be., tne.
WAREHOUSE AT VERNON.
G. F. -Cos-texp-fcoxL, jSk.SGXk.fi.
BANfOMONTREAL
CAPITAL (all paid up)..
REST	
$12,000,000.
..    6,000,000.
SIR DONALD A. SMITH, Pres.     HON. GEO. E. DRUMMOND, Vioe-Prn
E. S. OIiOUSTON, GENERA! MANAGER
 + .
S^.^T3ET€S-3   BBAIUCH.
HAT!) OK INTEREST AT PRESENT IIJ PER CENT.
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.
llraui'lu's iii London, Eur,, New York and Olilcago, nndlnalltliuprincliial cltt'l
in Cnnnda.   Uuy and Sell Sti'i'llngExclinngu and (labloTi'iiiisfcrs. Grunt
commercial and Ira*. i'lliu,u-iTi'dil*(,available in nny pnrtuf thfl world,
Drafts Issued.
Collections Made to all Points.
UltlNCUIIS IN lUUTISI! CUI.l'.MIll.t :
VANCOUVER     -
VKTOKIA     -      •
NEW WESTMINSTER.
NELSON
Vernon Eranch : G. A.
ger.
n
i   MSSpi
'HEALTH ACT, 1893."
NOTICKIa licri'ln- given I lin I "An Acl I
"l'.-'-iliK  Uu'   I'ui.lic    illll" is nuw ...
furcu, anil tlml iniilor lbe provisions o( tbe salil   -
Acl Alfi-.il T. V.'ii.t, ul' Hi- I'm nf Vii-a.iia, Ji
Kaipiire, JI. II., lm. lie, ppointeil Soerotat'j'   '• Si,
W.H. NORRIS, ,-o R.C.ADAMS,
Midway, B.C. Montreal, P.O.
i!i II HSHHM
JAMES ll'.KKI!
I'l..vim ink
I'riiviiicial Socroliiry'sOlllco,
!llh Uoiilombcr, IS1I5,
■iltaciletl. bul In a ilimiilvitntayi', and ni tlio I'l-oi-iiuiial liimiii ,,f i'l     a
later Inc sli'i'iinia ivcie liirnt'd nn jusl
ps guud gravel, bul easier in wurk, mi
iin- iniiib side,   lliceiil devt'lu|i)iii'iils
jit tliis lullcr |inin> an' allall tliat tbe
pi in nf wm kin,; lbe inine niny lie rum-
nli'lely  liiangeil  fur  Hie  |iriwnt, lit
Icii-i, uinl ibe I.i il-inek cleaui'd up by
llie pincc-as uf drifting,
All uver lil'd-ll (k llleic lias been a
I'ii'll alia nk llllll baa paid al mil i,.',i In
llie supi'l'lli'lnl van!, 'i |n-, slrenk lias
I't't'll lielv.ccll llie lallllllllllf tllI'L't'lllt'lll
clary.    SI
.    .    HI
Hi
_
I
ils
:■ ■
._:*l9*l
i; m ■'j-m'mmwmwmMmm
^
w
i
eiitieton livery, M d Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
t HORSES
NO i IOE.
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON, B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props.
AND
GUIDES
H. E. WALKER, PROP.
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
nllHLlO  NOTICE  is  IIEHKHY  GIVEN,
.   |                                    under nutlioi'lly of tlio pi'iivlnlmis r.f ibo
Iiiul llie lii'd.nifk. H lias been fhiiii six  .., | M aiiioiuIiii.-iii Ais.lrtK, Ibal. nilar.l
I'lei in n Lav,-im ins in ib |.,b iuu im. "'•'';,",';,,'! II"'|','1;:!I,1! 'J'',",',l'l'"'''','|'';'l'-' ':";li"l,!-
lieen very rich. On die  th aide of: nllfo'bi iivo aMmii'iiniiiui'i 1ii!m'ui-i:«'iiik, hiKulhnr! No Trouble OP Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable.
l-'iibiuiuy, 1111,1, Isiluoiiiiil muni l.e palil on or I M   ...       ,   .- j m
.. i.n  an i.v.iii or, i a., in iiofui I- Best Brands Liquers and Cigars.
nub pnymoiil Imim 'i; :.■ Hteps vill I.n inkun  . - . — —-
i'.( i'i ■ cam illitll ni i.i' nil., i i.ra.; in- ngro
n. ni.   . i.n, i uiiin mitili lam  .
W.R.GOIIE,
[lopulj iiiiniiia. iiii..ni f LuiiiIh and Wnrkn,
Victoria, II.('..Stli Aiiaust, IffiB,
MIHEHAL ACT, if93.
ci'i-iilii'iitc   of  [iiiiifovoiiients.
ll :,    ..    i                        i             ,,,  i|„, Vtill llllel'     ' ii .1. ■ a:aaa I .... .in.nu: Ilc>rule
111    I'11   ''"' H  ""   nll|lP ""     i  Ixi    il.nir 1111111,111, 'ilu   * tlnmn ni.
fi'liielil bin. neaili ni-1.p, ,ii. .il, niilv ,i miiclior '-'ill Inloi-wl ii-iuii a...  :im iky nl
1 ' • .i.i 	
I'l'll   ilu lies I .'ii.g in *:..lll  llllll. bill  till'
(jl-iivcl iiii I ■ il lock is very iii ll, anil
tie are illlllini'llilll' civ iul'..: i. nl llnil
pal*, bale   I ii II   lai e 1   llllll   Ililic
gone is blgli a- . S, lhe i lid il ina
I'll Illll'sH in etllly  lll'VI li.pi il   mat lead
ilie iiiiiiiugcnu'iil 1" ivurk lbe mi. e ly
llle   il.if illg    prilCl'SH   ami   lbe gl'llllllll
1'iiu'il iInn be hyili'iiuliekcd,  'ibe plan
is nne ih'll bn: beea Used in llicSlun-
ley iiiiiI IIiii kin i'le rceiiuia, lm| nf
riuirsc nn a inui'li smaller scale I ban in
llie llii|-.-clly. Piping IVill be ciilliillllcd
niilii lbe frost pievi'iits, ami everything aliuttl till' lailie is ill cxi'l'lll'lll
shapii fnr I'i'siiliiliig iipai'iilliins early
next spring.
.01     —r
WORLD':, CUfl'UT OF COLD,
In llie fol'lllCIIUllll ,- acpml nf lhe ill-
l-.'i'lnr i.f llie mint, 11, 13. I'li'Slnli,
lllllcll spilci.- tli!l lie lli'Vlltl'll In Illl
subject llie "I'.iili I ill' gnld'' Willi ll
,una in be mvi'cping uver lie gnli!
pn diiciiigi'iiuiiliii's'il' lbe wnrld, Mr
I'u Jlu|| e-liiinili - t In.' lulal inoilllfllull
Strictly First-Class and Charges Modorate.
Good Stabling,
<GKE3©.  33L  SSriPEiiOTrisU,
BlAGXSrrilTE]  ANB WHEEIWHIOHT,
ttCflC-tllxlyll il  AND  flENr-nAL  REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C.
r*io:;'-raEj.
Tun (-111.1)11-11 Mini aw, i'i.um.
Sltttnto ln Summit Camp, ICotllu lilvor Mining
nivlrlonot Yule Hlstrlcl, II. ('.
TAKK NOTICE tlml wo, ilnlii'i-l (I. Allium*,
(roc minor's cerllll .'nle Nu. inm, nml
Roborl Huo, fin minor corllftcnto Nn. 579111,
inn ml. ivltliln sixty dayi Iroin tlio iluto licrenf,
to apply tu tlio fl .1; 1 ...111,1,—i- mil- for a cerllll-
-■ulr ni' Itiuimvcmcnifl, for Uio purpose uf ob-
aiiliili.'il Uroivn Kl'Alll of tluai'inve cluim.
And fin-ilici'lulu iiijiiii: Mint iiilvei-iu'claims
musl bo mul in ilm Mbiiiin llocoi'itor,and
llelii 11 i-iiiniii' nccil liefiu'c llu. IssttntlCOOf Rllull
coiil! onto of iinpi'i.viiiiieiiis.
V:i nil tills Silt lay of August, 181)5.
,DEN GATE HOTEL
FOR SALE
j N THE IIKST LOCALITY (IN THE VKIt
I   nun Towusltii. n fen Here ami liulf'...."
Iul-.. illicr fur buildliiK orunr'det.it'K.
Apply al IhlsolHoonrln
I''. Al'IIIAN JlKVHit.
Viau.viiM. H.C
G. O. SIIUKSON, I'rop.
PAIRVIEW, I!. C.
GOOD ACC0HH0DATI0N - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place fnr Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
D.   mcDUFr",
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B.0,
All Kinds uf Wurk Kxeiuileil 111 tbe S|itls
ilC'llnnatlMi. il) ..*.<,
A. D. W0RGAN.
Portrait & Landscape Photographer
VKHNON, 11. O,
VIEW? OF THE DISTRICT FOR. SA-.E,
: FLOUR : k :
Hutchison & Davidson, Proprietors.
Flour and all kinds of Feed always in stock.
Rolled Oats, Oatmeat, and Cornmeal.
Fresh Eggs and Butter.
All kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruit In Season.
A choice line of Confectionery, Biscuits, Tobaccos A Cigars.
All kinds of Summer Drinks.
Comer Barnard Avenue ancl Vance Street, VKRNON, IJ. C.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
Ai'i'iiiiiiniidalinn.   (Innil Stabling,   Terminus
from .Mai'i'iis, Wasliinglnn.
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
First Glass Aconinmodiitlon.  Good Stabling, Terminus uf Mtagu Una
from ilai'ciis, WuKliingtnn.
Tie Kettle River Stage Line
Running over the MAIL ROUTE
Between GRAND FORKS and PENTICTON
Leaves Penticton on Thursdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Grand Foks
on Fridays, at 6 p. m.
Leaves Grand Forks, on Tuesdays at 6 a. m., arriving at Penticton
on Wednesdays at 6 p. in.
FARES AND EXFRESS CHARGES REASONABLE.
M. MILLER,      -      Prop.,      -      Graiid Forks, B. C
RAM'S   HOXtltar   HOTBL.
LUMBY, B, O,
First-Class Accoinmixlatiun fur Guests. Good Hunting and Fishing
Singes to Vornon and Blue Springs,
LcmxisB KCox>a,zvdL, Prop.
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