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ADVANCE.
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MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1897.
2.00 per Year.
D W. JAKES, 11.1).. CM.
ItV APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN 10 KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE      :      :       :      BOUNDARY FALLS. I
ptRALD WILLIAMS, M. D., CM.   I
VKHNON, B.O.
1...TK ni-
St. Thomas Hospital,
I
	
Mif     ,     ■
^GROCERIES.
A ' -.——.-. i ...      	
nR,  OSBORNE  MORRIS,
VERNON, B. C,
1
Graduate   ol   McGill   UiUverBlty.
Late   Plivai-iiniv* find   Surgnon i
Canadian   Pacilic-   Hy.   Uorun-ir
for East Yale.
QR. WHITE,
Graduate of McGMSUniversity.
-1 FA-IRVlpW, U. C. :
!
Large Sliii/maits Arritiiig Wec-'ltly.   JVe buy the
llic Vcrv Mf# Brands, uud sell al  Wonderfully Low
• tfi   ■ - -
'ilnric'sl Giufftus it cull mid lie ctnivincctl tlml. our
-M '" • ** T : - - ■ —
prices  ore .afire lowest in lllis  seeiioii  of country.
'is* *
ul-Slifies,.
! CANADIAN
!      PACIFIC
I        RAILWAY
iSOO PACIFIC ROUTE.
The Cheapest . ,j»
Quickest and    ||£
in.
T
J.P
P, MoLEtfDl
Wo entry n largl1 nud .vi'll-si-leclcd'sliii-k of above
tfl J ^^ |-| I -  )%JBWr,__ B*
« l£Kj fn9(1.i'4ii/last..l onr *trn,Js for SPOT OA-SM ive
are emililciblti give nur -"iisl minus Lhe hciielll of. the
Discount,   Give its n Trial Oi'dei.-.?-../.... K
W. T. Sl^-ja-tfoi-cl a,M.dl. Go.
B.viiiii-rrwi, Siiuu-iTuit. Kxi-.
Jlimv.ii, jl. c.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLIOITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
N OT .V B V   I* C II 1, I (',   I'lTC.
Vl.l.NOS, 11. ..'.
|_|    S. CAYLEY,
Barrister and solicitor.
Haywood & Leonard, Penticton, B. C.
iNDsoLiction. rji£rSy „„ ■
i--.k  in TJ    '^pleas*fly s$^teA atthe Foot of Okanagan Lai
Stage CoiBSiSMiin
C    ADRIAN   MEYER,
r" ItiNlvt; littiiki:,.; V
y
NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC, j       wm| gtTOHier .\ 1„.:,1..,.,, f,„  Paini,-..-, Osoyoos, and Oniville, Wash.   Also
IlARNAim AvcViatvnx, r-.c. j'Cmnp' M -KTilliry.' I''i**lt<*rii('l;,-Miil.v.ii-, llinindary Falls, Aimcondil, Qrtetijvuilil
pHAS. E. COSTERTON,    ,
vi-aiMix. it '
Commission and Insurance Ap/'!
NOTARY PUBLIC.
I    K. JOHNS JM,
tti-nrriil ('iillcrlil'K nn
lii.ill-.in-i.   Alltail.
MIllOfHl   t'lllillia   lllllll;'.!
iiiiiI   s.i.l.    Xniiiiav
Public.
(I If. \ Nl)
l-DI.'hS   li.  .-.
('ilv, Oiti'fAirl (ii'tiiiil Pui'l
!•-;*•:  .'.   ■■Hi.W'r'*',. :	
} I 7
Ale AcoiiimoiiiiliDii for \\:0m
ami points in Washington,
ri       **
.
Guides Furnished
-Oood Boating and Fishing.
i
Shortest Route
Toronto, Montreal, Halifax,
Boston, New York and
AU Eastern, European,
and Pacific Coast Points.
STR. ABERDEEN ^osFc-.-
llt't'iti livery
Tuesday, ITniwilay aiul Saturday, making nm-
iH'<li-jii--> willi ti'uins ni, Okanagan Landing for
plcuiuoiiH ■fuiu'tiuii to join main line traliiB
(.■asi uml wesl.
Through.Tiokotsto und from thoPnbiflpCoast
to Eastern and European Points.
Kt|iiil)]in'iil. uii^iii'|)a-snl, Mmbiniiig piilniinl
dtiHngandrioopiUKtarsJuxurlouHdayowcii^a,
tiiiiii--l and free colonist bleeping ours run on
all trains,
KiiNiifoniinlinn iis lo tiino, raroS] otc,, apply tn
H. S. Scadding,
Agent, Ponticton.
Or i<> Geo McL. Brown,
Ul4, lWr Agcnl, Vaiii'imvur.
BEFORE....
Making your purchase of
T   S
|
coiniKs m, km mv. p. i,.s
a. ,\i.(i. s.c. i-:.,
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR.
Nin-.lltv PtJllt.tr. Man."...
—
JOHN A. OtlH.YI'.LL, A.M., ll.llfA
Civil  I'-.tiyiti.-ci-,
1
PROVINCIAL   LAND    SURVEYOR
AND
.:■      ■    •    "• •   t#H'l'H    ,V -'M(l,|-:01l,   PlIOI-RIK-l-tiHS.
■       • ■   .; :*'
Siish, Uoon/:ftIotililni^s,'Tiii-iiini(s. 12ft    All kinds of factory
work kept in stock ;ii)d,in;i)(.l(; to.rfii'ik:-,-.    Coast  Cedar worked
"~r   Iff    ■ A- - _f*~yr'i'''"!''       -'-
to Etiriii:>li|ii^s.n, %t:LM.-.i|ty. All kinds of Lumber, Lath, and
?lo Fun
lil^l,-.
It III sitII
Best miijft
always,.in stock
•ft:. ..r*'
.S¥VlMLH;i.N,J)liA^A,v   1-,AK11 1I« ftn .SI,„.:„,.;s-,,SA.s„   am,   Don,
IL    LAHU     bUHVtlUn F.i!-rllJl.X,HN,(> P. )''.,   VCllNllN.
DRAUGHTSMAN..  *'     ''   . '-.''   ■:'■',  '( a     -■■ -
'l''AlftT,lia)lIli;U   l-aiHIl'!, }4*i.:'- '       '   •'
IrrlKatloti Pro.locts, Englnoerltlg pud Sitrvpy
Work, .villi Plans and Estimates in any   IWI'A  ! Nl I    A"
Portion or the province Immediately At-   l"lr>.1...11 J '-»"'
tendod to.
Maps and Plans ot Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Milling Camps of Kottle Biver
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY nnd VERNON.
„,_ ,i „„ ,. ,
T   11. Fl-IATIIl-lllSTON, 11. A.., So,
Mining: Engineer and Assayer.
ltlVKUSIIIK AVI!., (iRANll EOUBS, B'lQj
IS'PAl
\i*fto2'
HUR^ER%M.MPANY
LAD NER' S,'"'\ 'BRITISH'''-   cBlUMBIA
ies I-jpfit-ible-t in British Columbia;
feesj Freti.froiii Pests
" VINES.
ft, A. lll'KSS, 11. A. II. A. llinas. Al. A.
GUESS BROS.
Chemists and Assayers
Tliormiiilily   fiiiiilliur   .villi   Fiiirvii-.v ami
Bniiinliiry Creek Minora) Properties.   F'l-opor-
tlos Kxatnllii-il.   Assitys ami Analys'iH nf (Irtaa.
Klltlls, i'lta.
Mtn.V.V, II. C. tlltKENlVlltll', II c.
t'i's Frcii from Pests.
s nt a r,; In mi*; ' ^.mkwWty
cilf.JjS,OS-, Manager.
Don't forget that we have
. just received our spring
stock of men and boys'
rTOdy made clothing,
heavy cloth, and flannel
top shirts, stylish dress
shirts, underwear, ,and a
lull line of hats.
Hats from Sl up.
Your choice of any suit
in the house for $15.
Respectfully  yours, etc.,
Tlie WIe Irani Store
''GREENWOOD, B. C.
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION. ;    Funny II, Uouiiilnry Mines company.
(Ilnai;ii,i, lltiiiiiilitry Minca i-iinipnny.
Record of Mineral Locations lor the     [|i*li<n, Hooniliiry Mliiiw cninpiiny,
Week Ending June jist, 1897.    ;   Mi-On-Kur,   Bouiidliry -Mine- coin-
JUNB15, I'anv.
Antler. Norn'Hgiiin iri-t-k, I-'. ,I..M..ul luiiilini>, .1. M. Lynch,
(Ircsccnt,   Puss creek. (I.  Ktuidanii JONK 17
el ul. Irniiclntl, ,1, M. Lynch,
(l.iiitl Luck, Puss neck, (I. (Iiiinli-r- Only t'lt.iiii-e, F. .I.C. linden et nl.
anil rI nl, Hlillillier Hill. I-'. .1. ('. Iln-,'1-11 cl III.
Kliziilielli, (!iiiiyoiH-i-i*i*k,,l.lliiiiiilton     Alcxiindriu, .1. .1. I-I.nnsri nl.
Lilierty, Kiuilierly i-niiip,  ll. A. Iinl-      McGregor,   H.  A.  Junes ami W, J
lirimk. Mlll-phy,
lilnck llnivk, Puss creek. .1. .1. linker., .H'NJS I".
MuHttUllipt    l-'isllerill.lli     cieek,     L,J     New .l.li-k of Spaili s I'. Villllcl cl III.
Sehilfte, l   I'l'lnrailii. \. ii. liilwnnb,
Trail  Finder, Browns cnin.i. 0. 0,1   Alhiiinlimli, II. Oiirrlsun,
Luther, !   VeiKlnlus.A, ti. |.ilnnidsp| nl.
Iteilliriinile. Pnss creek, ll. .11. Inula j    lloiui'slnki*. ,1, \V,   It, ,|,|y nml  I.II,
nml K. Ilalttiii. -I'"x-
Wild UnruB,Grand Prairie, W. Iloll'-i   HlgliliiiiiK'heif, I. II. Fox,
lh,m, j   Little Plltslnug, 1,(1.Crii'liiiaii,
lilnck  Prime.  Keltle  river,  ('. A.     Trail,T. Iluniin.
Oi-eiinlng] I   '''""  K'"K- ''• ('"-rliilf .'iiii D. P.
Kiltie J„ Kiuilierly cninp, I. Lnrsen j -Milelit-ll.
nnd 11. Mcl'itilliy. '  I'-iy-'.'-r- .1. Byrne
.HXKltl.
Grey Eagle, Sheep <-rrck,.I.II.H,iilcy.
Nurlli  Slur,   Manly   inoiiliiiu, .1. II,
Aslilicl.l nud A. li, Rogels,
JO ME 17.
Kvelyn, Cctlnr   creek,   .1.  SI.   I'lnir
Blnckctl.
Helvetia,  Kiiuhi'l-ly cninp, F. linn-
sscner.
Yellow Blossoni, Silver creek,  A, II.
McKay.
May Qiiuen,,.l. S, Byrne,
New  V.nk.   I'.   CisKiilt' nnil   II. A.
HciiiliTsini,
'Hunker Hill, Kiln Clark,
Amniuly.li.TliiiiiinsiiutlC.N.CiilliiiH,
lln-y  Bogle, J. Stevens nnd .1. S.
Sellnlield.
Alln.ll. N. M. N.-ili-s.
,1, & ll„.I. Kogersul nl.
Hell.er. A. A. .Viflllltisll III III.
I    Kan K.tkec. Si.rlnir lnkster and (I,
0.  K.. Ciiiiyini Creek. ,1.  Dee, ,T. | H. lnkster.
Mellon nnd 0. Mt'llnn,
Tjtletl, (l.inyiin creek, ,1, Mellon nnd
J. Ilce.iniid 0, Melloin
Denver, Onnyon creek,.!, Mellon and
,1. I lee.
Monition    Qiiartl'tte,    (friicllonnl),
Bvtins cninp, L. Lo.viiilcs el nl
► • .    -—
Blocked,
The Oiilnnlsl in its issiie'of lhe 101-ii
dlctlssing lite Heinze rniluny l-inglc
says in pnrl:   Tin-   project   hns   Iieeu
iiliiiki-ii.   Wholuisgal I unyllilughy
the liloeking? Nu nue-e-lcepl President
Surprise, Loiig Luke, T, E. O'Brien Onrl'ln of lhe Spnknne ,V Nprlhen,
nnd II, Gillian. whose cngli is  nre now on  Slieep
Siidliiiry.  Siiininil   cainp,   ,1.   W.  ('m'k loiikiiigrorniiiiilewhel'ehylhov
HAIN-&CO.
Yiiungel nl.
\'i.riiiillinii,   Summit   i-.-iinp,   .1.  W
Young ei ul.
.Miiiiiitiiin View, Mtirrisy cii-t-k, 0, 0.
Kohl's mid A. Lnngftiril.
Tiliuai'iicll, (frnrlinuiil),   Greens.aiii.l
eninp, J. Lucy,
.irxti IK.
Iiilerunliiitiiil,    (.'.iiiyiin   creek,    .1.
Newl Is.
I'llipress, Ciliiyiiliih'1-k..I. Nen lund-.
U Iscnpsju,  Cm. nn   creek.  W.   la
McBnylc.
l.n.ai, (liiiyiui creek, (r. Sinilh nnd
W E. iMi-H-iyle.
Nelly lllye, Cilliyiill creek, (i. Sniilli.
.1|-M!1!I.
Mlliinllghr,  Lung    Iflkn  ciunp,   I-'.
Cliuigh.
Peorluf lhe Luke, Clirisliini lake, .1.
A. Ilefnri*.
Foiry  llclle,  l.llirislinn loke, .1. A.
Define.
..lev, (jiit-hlina like, .1. A. Drl'iiie.
Pnrrcl, Hrniviis cninp It. (iiiliiin.
JUNH2L-     -
Arlitigton,   (ireeiiwniiil   cninp,' A.
Speiiee,  ,T. Stnrri'lt inni (I. W.Spi-uci-.
Irun King, Slack ereek. (I. Smith.
Minnesota,Canynn neck, (1. Smith.
Ottawa, Long lake ciunp, P. Black-
liiirn.
Midulglil Star,   Copper   eninp,    D.
Smilli.
ti llml a line iulu I! .utility Oreek,
Dr, Millie has mil gullied nny thing, lllld
lllllll H'l*gi-l il glimpse nl llnil. pnpi-r,
ivhlcli hcslgncil nml ihen rcpndli.tt'd,
.ve slinll mil kiin.. if In- even stood the
slightest, chance nf gaining nnj'lhltig.
Ml'. Ileinze's plans lime lieen inter,
rupi'd. Mul Ilinl priilllsliy litis!-There
litis heen an unteiisiniiig cry ngniiist
Mr. Ileill/e lieing nllnwell l.l hiiild   the
,...i.l.   We  .1 1   lienr niiylhing nf
thnt inn.. Ill a mn ii 'ill 111" iilen ll is
lieell lll'iiuglll Iiiiiiii- In evi-ryiilie'.s luiilil
Ihnt it hoso iiiiii t .-■ of perfect iiidillier-
i-iiii- iilm I.uill ihe tajlwiiy, prnvldtd
it ..as Imill ..illl-ml loo gleill a enst In
lllc ptllilie. Nn.v Illll il is loo lull',
peuple are   llfgllllling   to renli/,e  hil.v
lln-y uei i-I...ul lull, stippnsigg Hint
lhe \ii I.nia. Villlcoiivei- m.il Biislel-n
people ctlliltl llCI'lllliplisIl I he iiiipiisslhlc,
nud intu hi'lie.iiig llnil Dr. Milne nnd
Ihnse .vhn worked .villi Iilm in defeat
lhe Cnliinil-iii k Weslern and secure
fiir themselves aitllinrily nnil siiti-ndy
fnr I In-saint- rinul, mid not u tulle n.uu-,
.vi-ie .tiling in tin- iiiihlie interest.
. •.   -    -
Exptirt Duty on Ores.
Ou lhe lllth inst. Ihi-ipti-slioniil placing nu exporl duly on lugs anil nies
tvaailiellsseil ill lite Cimilnnlls.
Mr. Foster coliiinelililig upnu llle re-
Mtliiliitu  upheld the  iuipiisjtion of oil
MARCIJ
S'lC'u^-O-JS   X.IKT3EJ
L'eaves Mafcus. p,.. i Mt^ida}^, ^^jffrsHiiy'S at i-i'.- -m
Arrives'(^-«'nWo-nVl.'.....'.. .'tuesd<.p,;uid.' Fridays at 5 .p. M
Arrives''Marcus. .i..aJ.,.,..4^-r'4liui-.sday..-ii|4-...S.Uuda): al 9 A. mL
midway, B. 0.
Having decided to estaliflshii. general
iiierehanilise liusiness here, we heg our
pillions to look out for our fuliirc nil*
verlisi.'nieiil. in litis paper. Don't huy
your siiminer supplies until yon see
wlinl we huve to offer,
Iain & Co., Midway,
Lnkevie.v. Crown Poinl cnmp, V. S. exporl duly mi li-ns, Imt ileprinilcil the
I Fletcher el ul. iinpnsiliun of nil export thilvnn ores.
TRASsi'iiti-i. Holding thul those wlm hnd invested
june 111 ninney in Oonodinn mines should lm
.insey, 1 inl.'i'csl, I'l. DiiforilliiL. D, pr»l'''leil.   When   llml    he   went   In
Wolfinil. liiilish Ciiliuiihiii In-snid he hold tlle
Clininx,/, interest, H. Wnlstinln.l. T. j i'l'-' ">■■'■ Ihi'oiiw of Ihecuuiitry should
I),.II, I III-Sllll'llt'd  al   lllllilli,   hul   he Slinll re-
"Ki", 'interest. (I. Conk (o. I. T. Mall, ializetllli.it  lliere "as until her side lu
,]|.\|,; ]7, llic sloty.   An export   duty  nn ore
American Eogle, -J interest, .1. Holm-! would an llu- iiiipnsilinii of n tux mi
lo H. McGuire, 'ilm mining coinpnnies eipilvuleiii in
. AlinileCarln. J interest. 1-). W. .loin. ' If Ulli I" $1111 per lun.   He urged the
sinn In II. McGuire, (Invet-iiuu'iil In procei'd slowly,
W, ,1, Bryiiii, 1 i rest, F. (Iralf m     Mr. Blair in tllciissliig ihc ipiesllon
SPIOlllAL. ATT1-:NTJ().N 'GIVWN1 TO{ MAH,,.FUKI(JIIT  AND FX-PIIKSS
XX.   D.   3MCOR3irGO:'**t,  FROPBIBtftok"
	
To Prospestors
m. ii.ianr.rr. 6. r. utinnsoN
lllIIINDAIiY   (.'HI'II-'.K
Engineeping and Assaying. Co.
Cri'**miwood C-i(,v, B. OA
Assaying and Analyses of Ore |
Mines Examined and Reported on
. liornuK'ti Aci|Ui(liitaM(>c with tho KetUe
Hivcr and Jlntindnry Creok Mining
Dldtvlots.
aU
G, A.  Ileutlell.
Cniiniii Bill, 1-12 interest, II. II. .Mai
kill loG. T. Ai'titslt'tiiig.
.llMi III.
Dtiiiiiliuntin. J inleiesl, II. (I. Poe lo
OTEL
j        -'"ANACONDA,  B. C.
I    '
A NACOND
* *  —H
♦♦♦♦♦\      ■ 1-"-
♦      ♦
.'Visitors lu lite I'iiiiiiiIi ry (Vt-ek M,lll|lg ('limps. Slop at llicAniicutlil'
,a ;   " '■ ■      li
Good Table  -  Good Beds  -  Good Liquors  -  Good Stabling.
  1    . -,—..-»(..~.—t,-.1 -
1 1
-N. Tholl, Pr-jiprietor. ,, .  .,.,. .•
■i : (-
hi-lil Mini he helieveil I hoi smelling
cntilil In prolllalilyiiirrieiliin in British
C11I1111,liia. Tlm Dingley hill, hn sold,
gives pruleetinil I" the smellers of the
Sillies, anil hull'11 eenl 11 pound 1111 posed
hy Cmiatla .vuiiltl meet thai.
Mr. Foster said lhat   the liuililing of
1 ha Prow's Ni at ruilwuy hy opening up
C. A. I.nwinnii nnd Jl. .1. Yesler.
Klverview, | Inlereit, II. ll. I'm- in
M..I. Yesler undo. A. Lowuuiii.
Kay, i Interest, It. G.  Poe lo M. [J.  Iheconl  llelds of  ICnsleiu   Knulenny
We are taklilg First-Class| Vi-sli-romM. A. Lhwiihui, ivoulddoi el niiiinge smelling
t'an.iil.i Ihnii no export duly would.
linialeii Hint ifll xporl
lied Cross, J Inleiest, II. G. I'm- to M.  duly i» linpnsed llu* Win Kagle people
.1. Yesler nnd ('. A, Lm.-man, "in prohohly esl-nltllsll  11 smeller nl
Blue G11188, J interesl, II. G. Poe io Rnhsnn or snine point-near llosslmtd 1
M. .1. Yesler mill ('. A. Lm. man. 1 if there is tin such duly Ihev niny locale
Mi, •    1       1      'i'lffer. I Interest.  II G  Pin-In U. .1    in Ca11.nl a IL
inm-' Properties in hand'   '7 '\ ,  . '   e *J'    ,,   ,„ ,
o       t Yesleriind I . A. Lowinan, Mr. Blolrl
for
F. B. JACQUES,   •
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectaclesi-and •'
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VEHNOX, 1). (.'
GEN0WAVS :fe JS/kAWNEY
Wholesaleiknd'ftetai-l dealers.in ari"drGrowers of
,- -v .*   '    a     -..    ,.        • aj f ;     „         1 .:. ■•_
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
TTZTift....:..' •-1*1*.' ■ 'ti'
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation,   'vi „.*.',. i,
.,,,.- AH Tretfs IiKpc'fSd'Before Leaving the Nursery
S I • O IC A N E   F ALLS,
-'
P. < ). Ili.-x "iiii. VVusliii|yiui|
Finding all cash, time and
trouble anil .furnishing the
at Niirllipurt,   The leatilullon p,
. # -,    —
A Rich Strike.
■n-sv.21.
Williiinlno, oil inleresi.  D. Smith to
A. A. Mcintosh, and A, Speuce,
oiCitTII-lt-ATH  of wiiUK. Nt-tU* N'-lsiin, Wash, a very rlali strike
-ii'm-i In. has heen mndenii lliellriiiistoue cloini.
Itiiliilale, G. Kiiiiiisinit-I al. j a |iio|ieity lying adjatfiil lo llu- ,-■■]■■-
Stock  readv   foi'  Mrrkel,;   Oyclnne, G. Knudsonetul, bnited LeKloui- ledge.  Tin* Brimstone
(iiiatlrii, G. Kniidstiu el al. is owned hv Messi-. Phnr and Coulson
and  are  willing lo   take    Ctipperripolis, G, Rlther, who have oldolned assays w'lilch nm
our pay ill slocks.   Treas-     Hercules, E. L. Tail. up in ul 1 $1,6110pei ion fi-oninstri'iik
Lillle Volcmiic, E. L. Toil. | of peeulinr looking ilcctiinposed , uf
Nopolemt   Miinnparle.   The   Fuglish  a Inmvu eulor uhiili was loiinil io
nnd,Freiii-h Gnltl Mining i-nnipmiy. porlion of llie ledge,   Ai lite Iirsl ap-
ury Stock   Listed   Fast.
Foe Furl her Porlieulars
Apply lo
L. C. DILLMAN,
Broker, Spnkmtc.
Ilithleii Treasure, N. Brunei. ! penrani f litis  streak  iu the vein,
.Il-Mi III. upon whiehnlunnel is heing driven, no
Utile Herllia. ().('. Giuidersiin el nl.   noli"' wns taken of ILhlili-ul-iiisllygiil
Lady  nf Hie Luke,  Boillldnry Mines 'he (letter nf Hie  miners mul as.s.iyi
tnnip.iny. diil lhe resl. THE ADVANCE.
W. II. NORMS pKorniBTOit
Published weekly al  Midway. H. C.
Siilistiripiion Price. $2.00 per annum, payable
In advanoo, either yearly or half-yearly at the
n|.l i..m uf tlle subairilitT.
Advertising lao. - sunt mi application.
Though lini t-oliuiuia ol Tin: Advance arc
always tiptlli fnr III.' ilisellK-tinn of matters nf
putiHr interest anil Important**), wc dn Hot acts
eessi.rily tiatitirs-i any uf the opinions oxprcflaod,
Correspondent-i' of a personal initiir.- will nut lie
published.
: : A o(oss ia tliis spare null-
: tcatcs thntyonrsuoscriptioii
: :to this paper has expired.
MONDAY. JUNK W. 1X117.
KDITOlilAL NOTKS.
One lliing the newly appointed con-
stnhlc to Fult'i'low eon do, mul which
we ore sure Onnsliilihi Klkius will do,
nnil that Is, pay iltlentlon to sanitary
matters, and see thai ihe regulations
ore put into force the ohjecl of which
is to preserve lhe public health, l'p
to llle presenl lillle attention has lieen
paid to Hie ipicsliiuiul Conip Fnirvicw,
tliecoiisctpience lieing, a great deal of
sickness Insl spring, mul Ihc possibility
of much sickness this full, if Ihesoni-
tary iiriungeiiieiilsof Hi.- ciunp ore nnl
hroiighl lo it iiiiiiii heller stole than
lheyoreinnt presenl. Ton muchcou'linn
cannot lie excerised iu Ihis respect, os
it is niuch easier to prevent, sickness
Ihon il is to stamp il. out when once it
gains a foothold in n community.
The charter mongers Heinze and
Milne, hove locked horns at Ottawa,
the resull. heing n dnuhl fill outlook for
the Immediate construction ofa roll-
way through Ihis southern portion of
Brilish Coliiinhin. Upon Iheolfending
head of Dr. Milne nil sorts of imprecations ore lieing lavishly heaped,
whilst loliisoppiiiienlnreiiuiiimiioont
(•funnelling adulation is heing ottered,
mingled wil li censure, Whynrepeople
su inconsistent? Surely lhey do mil
entertain the Idea that, either Iho one
or the other, will give a thought to
Hie puhlic weul or woe whilst fighting
to obtain prlvellges,.which the people
of this province or rather a portion of
their representatives have placed them
111n position to expect. Did not lllc
provincial government griinl to I Inline a charter, carrying With It o cosh
subsidy, mul did not the snuie govern-
inenl grant In the oilier a charier,
currying with ii a tremendous land
bonus, nnd endeavor ns well lo supplement the concession with n cosh
subsidy amounting to numy Ihiiusiinds
of dollnrs? Why therefore censure
these men, who ure nothing more limn
therepri'senliilives ofritigs aiiili-liipies
ond servanls wlm are expected I., do
the bidding of their muslers. Would
it, not he more consistont to turn ul-
tcntion to the Government that shirked
its responsibility to the people, nnd
gave into other hands concessions,
which in the one cose hud lhey heeu
retained, would easily have offset the
cost iif building the road so liudly
needed between Ponticton nnd the Co-
luiiiliia river. The British Columbia
government Is responsible for Ihc jar-
i-ingond clashing nnd wrangling and
jiingliitgofllie charteriiiongeriug interests at Ottawa, and the sooner the
people of lhe province realize Ihis, tlle
sooner will the suhsiily scekinganil
laud-grubbing policy he dnnc away
wilh, and one siibsiitiilcd for it, having for ils ohjecl legitimate ciilcrprts.',
corned oul under Ihe direction of a re-
sponsible government,
In Hie meantime nnd until such a
changed state of affairs us outlined
above con be brought nboul,snnielhing
must lie ilinie lo insure o railway bring
built lhrough tbe Boundary Greek district al the earliest possible iiiomeul,
that, os if the people  of  the  province
nnd  Ihose nl   lbe sl   partirtilarly
do not wish Ihe Irode of lbe districl
diverlcd inlo alien mill southern chilli-
nels. Did lhe Turner government
reenghi.se iis duty t" the people, ii
would linniidintely take steps in put
iulocxei-iiliiin Hie building of lhe roud
front Peiiliclon In the Columbia us o
provincial enterprise, tho suine to lm
extended to Ihe const nssnon as pussilile or us so.m .is ciicuinsliinres would
it. By such action Hn- whole
inn wuuld be settled at once.
events in dcloilot Ihis writing, yet I
ca n i nil line them nud say thut in the buse
ball match, which was played by Enderby mul Vernon teams, the latter
were lhe victors, winning the gome
willi niuch ens,.. Not so cosy however
wos Vermin's victtny Iiu liicrnsse, and
0desperate struggle ended hya goal
being taken by Vernon just 17 minutes
picviniis lo the limit of the play, und
oh hough Kelowna made a supreme
effort to pul themselves on nt least on
equal footing with iheir opponent*,
yet they were nol, utile to do so in the
shnrl liuii- nf 17 minutes allowed before
the close of the game, therefore victory
rested once more witli lho home team.
lullie bicycle rucc which was hotly
contested, Alex Birnie carried off highest, honors,
Three bylaws have been Introduced
ii) the cily council, one culling for un
appropriation of $55,000 for water
works; one for $12 000 for electric
light; aud one for $.S,0dl) for a cily
lnill. These will In- suhmllied lo the
vote of the people for their approval.
Now Hint lhe old dilllciillyuhoiil.laxes
is sel I led,   llu* COIIUcll is illll  position
logo ahead uml tin Biiinelhiug, mul
Ill's fuel will he opprerioli'd hy the
people.
 4 ,4	
Vernon Celebration,
My oar Kulovvaa I'oiTcaptniilenl.
The evening of lho 22nd gave ilidi-
col Ions of it rainy day! mul while
mostly everyone looked sorrowful
thinking the sports would be n failure,
cretly Ihc farmer wus rejoicing
far rain aim lots of it meant a guod
crop. Ai half past, nine it cleared up
nnl with tlie exception of one slight,
shower tlie duy was oil thul. could he
desired. The programme of spurts
wos lengthy, consisting of nil Ihe
isiial athletic games including bicycle
races, liaio hull, lacrosse nnd trap
shunt ing. iu Hie majority of which
Vernon wns the winner. At 10.(5 a
gome of Imse hull Venum vs. Enderby,
slarlcd lhe sports, resulting in Vet noil
winning by a score of 33 to 15.
lli'oi'il j p  A. Blrulo,of Vcrnoa, 0 fl. ''in.,
II. (Iroalur, of Kiiliiivaii.ilft., without weights,
Hop, skip and .iiiiap W, II, Lawronoo, Ver-
null. 117II.IJin., Frank Fl-axler, Kcltmli-i, 36ft,
II Incites,
MO yard dash -Hon. Boll, Bndorljy, Fran-
cols (Indian.)
High jump S.n, Oni, Vornon. Tllton, En*
derby,! fl. Ill 111.
Ilnys race  Harry lliltli, Uny Mllitlicll.
Girls race   May HuOlolld, l-llsie MitliUetoti,00.
1 utile race Trnniiois, S.I), Ortl.
Putllng Hie shui -Alex. McDonald, White
Volloj', 211 fl 5 ill., (Ico. Hell, Elidorby, 20 II
Hleyele rare Alex, llintie, Vornon, Vi. II,
I.awreai-0, Vernon.
220yurds Imrill.t rare S. ll. Oni, Francois,
Trop shooting, Vornon vs Armstrong-Vornon
ilt'fiiitletl Armstrong easily iiiiiI iil.au lonk Hie
Indivldttnl prlxo.
haorosse match, Vornon vs Kelowna -Vernon
l. Kelownii l).
lu lllc evening a calico ball ul. the
jam factory in aid of Ihe Hospital fund
ended a day of sport which has never
been approached III ihis locality.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of   Improvements
Hotloe.
Mammoth Mineral Claim.
Situate In the Osovoos Mining Division of Yale
lllstrlot, located st Fairview.
TAKK NOTICE that I. W. S. N. Wills, an
agent for W. A. Ilier, free miner's ccrlitl-
cale No. 89192, inlenil, sixty days Iron, dole
hereof, to apply to the Mining Itecorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further tuke notice that action, under
section 37. must bo commenced before the
issuance, of such Certificate of Improvements
June 21st, 1897.
KERR & FLOOD
—«—BUTCHERS'***—
MIDWAY,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
Meat del!7ored at Hock Creek and all tne
Mining Camps,
J. Kerr. J. P. Flood
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements.
NOTIOB.
WINCHESTER MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Ilivision of Yale
District, located at Falr.-lew,
TAKK NOTIOK that I. \V,S. N. Willi, iw
agont for The WlaehcsUir Gold Mines
Company, free minor's certificate No. 91912,
inlenil, slxly days from the dale hereof. In
apply tn lite Mining tteeimler lor a Cerlltleato
of Improvements, for the purpose ol obtaining
a Crnwn (Jrant of the abovo olalm.
Ami further take notice llial action, undor
section 37. must lie commenced  before the
Issuance of smtli Certiorate of Improvement*.
June 21,18117.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of  Improvements.
NOTioa,
Fannie morris MiNKitAi, Claim.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale
District, located at Fairview.
TAKE NOTICE that. I. W. S. N. Willi, os
agent for Tho Falrvlow Consolidated Gold
Mines Company, freo miner h certificate No.
1131122. Intend, sixty days from date here if. to
apply to the Mining Itecordor for a Cortillcato
ol iniproveiiients for the purposo of obtaining a
Crown Grnnl of llie above claim.
Ami further take notice that action, under
section 37. must,  be commoncod before the
issuance of such t 'i-t-l illtaile of Improvements.
June 21st, 1897.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of Improvements.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
NOTIOD
Wiahton Mixkiui. Claim.
Situate In Camp McKinney, In the Osoyoos
Mining Division of Yale District, Adjoining the Okanagan Mineral Claim.
TAKE NOTICE thai I.Oeorgo M. Dennett,
free miner's certificate No. 77336, acting
rut agent for the Camp McKinney Development
Company. Limited Liability.free miners certificate No. 90875, Inlend, sixtv days Irom the
date hereof, to apply to lho Mining Hccordci
for a certificate ol improvements lor the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of Iho ahov.
claim.
And further tako notico that action, undct
suction 37. must bo commenced before tht
issuance of such certlllcate of improvements.
jjjI^^^9[9^^^k99V99_^99^9^99.^
DIRECT FR0.1  ■
GOPP BROS' FACTORY
|
HAillLTON, ONT.
f
!
J. HcNICOL, MIDWAY. I
&
I offer a nice line of Cooking Stoves at Cash
Prices that will astonish those who have been buying such goods from exclusively hardware dealers.
Remember.
Caupohnia Minkiial cuim.
Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale
District. located at Fairview.
TAKK NOTIOK that 1 W. S. N. Wills, as
iig<!i)l fur Tlie Fair Vie VY L'onsuliilatcd Gold
Miuei-- Company, free miner's corttneate No.
03022, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,
to apply to tho Mining Recorder fora Certificate of Iinprovomenla for tlie purposo of obtaining a Crown Grant/ of tlie above claim,
And furthor lake notico that action, under
Hcetion It", mint he commenced before tho
issuance of sueh Certifloflto of Improvemonta,
Juno21flU897.
TJk.ttI.tt
Showing the Dates and Places of Courts ot
Asslzo, Nisi Prlus, Oyer and Terminer and
General Gaol Delivery for the Year 1897.
SWUNG AHHI/.KH.
Nanaimo Tuesday, 4th May
New Westminster Tuesday, llth May
Vancouver Tuesday, 18th May
Victoria Tuesday, 25th May
Clinton Monday, 31st May
Kanikwps Monday, 7th June
Vernon Mm.day. Uth June
"Nelson 1... .Monday, 21st June
'Donald Monday 28th June
'Special Assize.
FALL ASSIZES.
Clinton Thursday, 23rd September
lUehfield Monday, 27th September
Kamloops Monday, 4th October
Lytton Friday, 8th October
Vornon Monday, llth October
New Westminster.. ..Tuesday, 2nd November
Vancouver Monday, 8th November
Vieloria Tuesday, 16th November
Nanaimo Tuesday, 23rd November
We give a discount of 10% 1
on all goods in our store
on July 4th and 5th.    j
10/
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Cortiflcato   of  Improvements.
NOTICE.
t-'oxTiiNnv Minima*. Claim,
Situate In Camp McKlnnoy, in the Osoyoos
Mining Division of Vale District.
If, K NDTK' E llial I, I 'has. De Illois Green,
nr  ft
nixly (li.
from the time lioroof, lo apply to the Mining
-l-AU
I.   '!
acting as agent fur li. A. Canioron, free
miner's certificate No. lilts'), intend, sixt>- days
loeorder for a ('ertill'-iiie of Improvement*., for
he purpose of tiftalaingn Crowe Grant of the
above claim.
Anil further Into limine thai aeli  under
ai-ciitni 117. must  he commenced before  the
i„siliutee of snrli Certificate of Improvements.
.lime llllll, 1KI7.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of   Improvements.
And on those days we will also
Tl
close out a lot of—
and NOTIONS.at Prlces unheard of-
Gome in and inspect our large
BARGAIN COUNTER
AT THE
OLD L0Q SJQp.
0. B. & P. B. NELSi
NELSON, WASH.
COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
HOTIOB.
QiiAitTr, t'.-KKN MiNKn.iLClaim,
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale
District, located at Fairview.
TAKK NOTICE thai I. Vi. S. N.Wills, ns
agent for The I'air.-icw Consolidated Gold
Mines Company, free ininer's certificate No.
'2'2,rii, intend, sixty days from the dale hereof,
lo apply to tlie Mining Recorder for ft Cor-
lillrate of Improvements, fur the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.
Anil further take notice that action, under
section 117. must bo coiiimotined beloro the
Issuance of such Certificate of Improvctnonls.
Juno Slst, 1897,
Sittings uf tlio County Court of Yale will bo
holilen aa follows:
At Mlltwtiy. on Slut .fats', 1H97, and
At (Irnii.l Forks, on 2nd August, 1807,
At the hour of Id o'clock In tho forenoon,
respectively,  lly command,
W. (1. McMYNN,
Government Ofllco, Midway,
March 21, IW.
MINERAL ACT, 1896. *
Certlllcate   of  Improvements.
NOTICE,
I'atu Finder Minkral Claim.
Situate In Ketlle River Mining Division of
Ynle District, located In Brown's Camp.
TAKK NOTICE Ihal wc. The Pathfinder
Mining Reduction anil Investment t.'nni-
i pntiv, fret- miner's cortittcnle No. SII7-VI. incitd,
BtJCty tints frinn III.- dale hei f, to apply I" tlio
Mining itecordor forn I'l-riiilt-att- of Improvements, Torino purposo of obtaining a Crown
(Irani of tho nbovo claim,
And further lake notirr Hint notion, undor
sootlon 37, must lie couunouood boforo the issuance of such ('i-i-t Ideate of Improvements.
Juno, 21th, 1807.
per
qui
VKRNON  NOTES.
Kl'lllll 0:11- O.VII ColToslllll.lOIII.
On Sill lllllll!* Ill'1 ID inst. till' twill}'
(rl Is of Mr, uml .Mrs. <>■ A. Uender-
sun IiiiiI tin- pleiiunre of welcoming
llii<ui Iiiiiiii.(iiiiii tln-ir lunn-y trip
apt'lll. in Ciilifiiruia an.l Mexico, unil
which lum In-i-ii extended over it period
of ncnrly livo months.
Tin. ilitncc in lin' jinn filt-tor}', on Ihu
evening u( tin* Mind, lie proceeds, of
which niu in K Hu- fund f»r !hu
cri-riioii of n milage hospital iu Vernon, liirni'tl out to hn I In- greatest event
of lhe kind ever witetissril iu llle cily,
nnil in fuel wus fur iilieml of uny similar fund inn. Tin* premises which
weie licautifiilly th-i-iinileil, was liter-
iilly crowed wilh people, who vied
with ciich other to miikii lhe evenl tin
eiijoynlileoiie. Tin- nituiherof lickt-ljt
sold,uinl lhe proceetlsof the refreshment rounlers,  Which were presided
over hy clmrinlhfr, iillendiints si
have iieiled n nnu in Ihoniilglihorhiinil
o( Ihree or (our hundred dollnrs, there-
fun- the uiiilitigeinenl huve every trillion to 1'iingriitiiliim llieinselvos,
The 22nd wus i|ttile ti B*'" ''">' i"
this city, and iillhongll I ant mmlile
to given progi-Hliilue ol tin- sporting
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of Improvements.
SfOTIOB.
Wiin-K Swan Mineral Claim.
Situate tn the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale
District, located at Fatrvlew.
TAKK NOTICE that I, W.8. N, Wills, as
agent for The Pairview Consolidated Gold
Minos Company, free minors cortiflcato No.
mil, intend, sixty days from the date horeol,
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Cerllll*
cute of Improvements, for the purposo of
obtaining a Crown Grant ol the above cfaim,
And further take notice Hint action, undor
section 117. must bo commenced ucforo tho
issuance of such Ccrtitlcnto of Improvements.
June 21st. Wi7.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Certificate   of   Improvements.
NOTIOB,
Last Chanck minimal Claim.
Sltunto In Camp McKinney, In tho Osoyoos
Mining Division of Yale Distriet.
TAKK NOTICE thai I.('has. Ilelllnls Green.
asnKent for SlepltellMangolt.fri-ominer's
rortiflcnto No. 7.V*7H, intend, sixty days front the
ilnli'liniiif, loaii|ilv lothe Mining lli-i-ordrrfor
a l-1.1.11111.101. of liiiprov nils, for lit- purpose
nf obtaining a Crown Oranl of Mm niton- olnlm,
And further lake notice Hint aoilon, undor
art-linn 117. must   lie eolllllieni-etl   before  the
Issuance ol such t'oriillniic of Improvement*,
.Imio 2llh. lltli.
Certificate  of Improvements,
KTOTIOB.
Silver How Minkral Claim.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale
District, located at Fairview.
-TAKE NOTICE lhat I, W. S. N.Wills, as
I agent for Tho Fairview Consolidated Gold
Mines Company, freo miner's oertiflcato No.
lUKKia. intend, sixty days from the dale hereof,
to apply to the Mining Rocor-lcr for a Certificate of improvement*1, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Uiaatoftlie above claim.
And furlhcr lake notice that action, under
section III, innsl   he commenced before tho
issuance of such Ccrtitlcato of Improvements.
Juno Hist, IW.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements.
NOTIOE.
NOTICE TO MINERS
iKALKD TENDEHB iidilreswd   to J.   A.
S
ui Midway, willlier	
o( Juno, for driving it tiuniol forty IHU feel In
Icnglli and f ' by six Hilll feet lu face, on Ilm
.Margaret claim,oil Kellle Hivcr,opposite Hock
Crook, work to In- cottiploloil not later than
pilli'ili'iyof August next.
Lowest or.an.v tetiiloi-niil iiocoB-wllyaccopten.
KOOTENAY AND CARIHOOOOLn FIELDS
I.IMITKIl.
Cowiin. i-iti-e of.l. A. 1'iMwiirtli, druggist
' -nl up In tin. .'mill day
Oiiean Wavk Minkral Claim.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale
District, located at Fatrvlew.
TAKE NOTICE that I, W. H. N. Wills, as
agent, for Tho Falrvlow Consolidated Oold
Mines Company, froo minor's certificate No.
imrJ-l. intend, Hlxty ilaye from the dale hereof,
lo apply lo the Mining lteinrilrr for n Cor-
tlllt-ale of Improvements, lor the purpose of
obtaining ti Crown Grant of the above claim.
Aad further take nolieo that nctlon. undor
Miction 31, must he counneneeil before tho
iwtunnce of such Cortiflcato of Improvements,
June Hist, I8-.I7.
\V. [ULRYMPIjE
geusria     Bl*aolK;«i»»i*l>.
FAIRVIEW, B. O,
Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Specially.
All
Co
dem
tiuieri-iiil
i| lion nl
joli printing of   every
The Advance,
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of  Improvements
NOTIOB.
Tamarack Minkral Claim.
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division of
Yale Dlstrlot, located In Greenwood Camp,
TAKE NOTICK that 1, W. H. 'oung, froo
miner's certificate No. 875111. intond, sixty
days Irom tlio date horcnf, lo apply lo (lie
Mining Recorder fnr a CorlWoalc of Improve-
litems, for the purpose of oblainlnj a Crown
(Irani nf I he above claim. .
Anil furthor take notice thai nellon, under
section 37. must be commenced licft.ro tho
Issuance of such CorllfloAte of Improvements.
Juno '.'1th, 1807.;   '    •   . '
D. It. C. C,
COUNTY COURT NOTICE
A sitting of the County Court of Vale will
he holden at
Osoyoos on Wednesday the 28th of July 1897.
Atthohou-of 11 o'tlork in the forenoon.
By command,       C. A. 11. L AM1II.Y,
Government OfRoeJlsuyoos, R. C. C.
Juno iltb, 1807.
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale
, +	
Good Single ani Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AMD
OUIDES
roaun
HUNTI?13
ti"a
C0URLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
Practical House and Carriage
PAINTING
Pope** Hanging, Graining and Sign Painting. Also Kalsominiii
and all kinds of Decorative Work executed by
I, Nash - • Midway and Greenwood City.
Provincial Secretary's Olllee.
HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Govenor has
been pleased to make the following ap*
poii.tliielil :
Sidney Rosskll Almond, of the Town ol
Grand Forks, Esqulro, to be a Mining Recorder
for the Grand Forks Mining DWIslon ol Vale
Electoral District.
■ i
NOTICE*
THEREwill be organized a (-oilrl of Chart*-
Members at the Independent Order aw
Foresters at, Midway about the Ist ol Jul* Vf
the undersigned.  By ordor of.
James H. Fakuneh,
Deputy Supreme Chief Ranger, 1.0. F,
TENDERS WANTED.
TENDERS will bo received by the nndor-
slgucd till the I2lh day of July, 1897, for
the right lo oul thin season s hay crop on the
"Elinli meadow."
The lowest or any other tender not necowurlly
aceeptod.
ANGUS K. STUAItT.
Agent Mid vay Company, Ltd.
Midway, B.C., Juno 12th 1807.
NOTICE*
Alt pari Irs wishing to make nonneotlons with,
or tn any war into wntwfrom tho Midw""
~    uiiinv'a Irrliratlon "Itah an berebv illforn
F. M
that thoy notify lhe ..ndwsignetl or I
Kt-iliv, I'. I-I.. before doing so.
ANGUS K. STUART,
Midway, 11. C, June 12th, 11
AgcnlMklwavOompany Ltd,
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of Improvements,
BTotico
llANiiiiLi'ii Mineral Cla'M.
Situate It the Osoyoos Mining Division or Yale
District, located at Fairview.
TAKE NOTICE lhat I. W. S. N. Wills, as
I agent for Tho Itamlolpli Elmore Qnnrtr.
Mining and Milling Company, froo miner's oor*
fltlcate No. . Intend, sixty days from tho
date Hereof, to apply to tho Mining llocordor
for a Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining n Crown tirr.nl, of the
above claim.
And further tako notice that action, under
section 37, muBt bo commenced before tho
Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
June 21st 1897.
GREENWOOD
CITY^
Is the Central Town ano* 8upply Point of the Boundary
C(eek Mining (Jumps. From litis New Town roads
lead to the
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
________________________________
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Ultt nro Helling Freely nud a    n Good Investment,
For Price of LoU and Other Information, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood City, Bi.iind.ry Creek, it. ('.
Or Apply to Agents,
C. F. Costkkton, Vernon. B. C,
A. K, Stuart,  Vancouv
The Golden Gate Hotel
FAIRVIEW, B, 0..
TP. Blllo-t     -    -    -     tt_-OJ?3?±Q-tCtt.".
OOOD ACCOMMODATION.   GOOD STABLING.
Stopping Place for Stages to and from Penticton and Oro, Wash. Illl,     .-II'I
LOCAL AND DIS'l'lilCT.
'     ■
Air. L. V. Cuppage, Bond Bnperln-
lendt'iil, passed throughtbedisti-lctthe
last week.
On Thursday lust Mr. A. K. Stuart
passed out, to Grand Forks to meet
Cuplain Adams.
Mr. W. J. Armstrong, of Vernon, i.s
paying a visit lo ihe district, having
come in on Friday's stage.
Dr. Powell, of Victoria, is at present
sojourning in the district, attending
to mining nnil oilier matters,
The government have given the contract to have a fence Imilt iii'tiiiiul the
lockup at Kelowna und also ti shed
built,
As a result of the ineeling on Friday
last Mr. T. McAuley was re-elected to
serve on the hoard of trustees of tbt-
Midway puhlic school.
The ninny fricuils throughout Ihe
districl of Mr. (i. M. McMynn, will lie
pleuscil In In-ill-lhat hi- haslit'cn reinstated us chief constable at Midway,
There Is lo be on lbe isl of .Inly a
picnic at. Ki-lnvnn, by lbe 1'rcnliy-
teiian Sunday School of Vernon. Tin-
Aberdeen is to be chartered for the.
occasion.
The president ami tiiiiuiigvr of the
Cascade Water ami Power company
Dr T. .1. Jones of Victoria, passed
through the distriet lusi week liiitinil
for lioini'.
The Recorder's office to he built, at.
Grand Forks will be kept for that ami
court purposes only, unil will not bn
made use of us a dwelling house by
lbe lli-i-ortler.
A Court of charter members of the
ruder of Foresters, ..ill he organized at
Mldwav, on or ahout tne 1st of .Inly.
Mr. .1. II, Falconer, of Vieloria, is licit.
in connection with the organization of
(bis court,
Timber inspector, Mr. ,T, Murray,
rounded up the sawmill men of
iho disirici during the past week, anil
in ronsnt-uenee llu- government ex
villain.a is the richer bv several luminal lli.llltlS.
The largest dairy in Ihis district, Is
ib.it nf Mr. Teilrow. located on Anarchist luini-ilaiii. This dairy consists nf
uvor IHI cows, llie product of which
Minis n ready market, in llu- cuoips anil
towns of llie district,
('. A, 11. Litil.bly, H. M. c.-iun-
over frinn Osoyoos yesteiday. Mr.
Lunilily us (lulil t'liininisitiui'i* will
i-ii|ii-iieiiti-iul llu* li-tiisi-ribillg nf I lie nr
cords iu connect lull willi llu- establish-
iiii't.l.of llle i*'riirdcr's iillln-al. (Ir.-ind
a'.n-ks.
Mr. (1. Sbui-si-ii has moved liissuW-
uiill into t-,-iin|i Fairview,   It. uns formally Incal.-ii ahuul II utiles cast uf the
imp,   Tb.'ilftitaittl Iur liutilii'r tti'ces-
liilcd lli.-i'oipl..Miu'til of a lliglll aud
■- shift at the mill, wliieli is cutting
illicit dimension stuff fnr llio mining
.•innpi.nies operating iu liic cainp.
Many changes were math' in Ibe disposition of (be html .-iinstalu.liiry as a
result uf Supriuul undent Husses's
visit to tbe district ret-i-nlly. Const able Deans of this plane has moved
lo Osiiynos, Constable lilkinsuf Green-
wood has moved to Fuirview, Countable Gai-dom of Kndcrby is Inrntetl
here nnd Mr. .1. It. Brown, hits been appointed a special const able.
At lhe licensing court recenlly hold
at Osoyoos, the following applications
weie granted and refused. Mr. D.
Ciirmicbael, for a lintel at Fairview,
granted, subject. Inroniplelionof house,
Mr. Morris, for the Miners llntne,
Fairview, granted. Mr. Wi A. Dyer,
granted, subject to cntiipletiiin of
building nt Fairview,. Mr. Hosier for
Ilis premises between Rtlclt Creek and
Camp McKinney. refiised. Mr. Spro-
let'8, for liis premises bet ween Fair-
view and Penticton, refused.
It Is with regret the sad death of Mrs.
Wilkins is chronicled this week. Tlle
deceased was living on a ranch wilh
her husband who is a well-lo-ilo farmer
near Boundary Falls. The circnin*
stttnees utleiuling her death are par-
lli-iilin-lysiid, asbuviiigoi't'iisiiiii lo be
moving around outside near the bouse,
she bi'cnnie unconscious, and remained
so for Iwo hours after It wns discovered
she was ill. She then passed away
from I be elf eets of heart disease, The
fnneriil took place Ibe following Am
The Rev. Mr. I.eilb officiated,
 ► •-.	
MININC, NOTES.
Jimmy Hunters claim wliieli is recognized as being one of the best yel
discovered on tlie Siinilkaliiiu'i-n. has
been bonded for a period nf six months
to'Messrs. Doitultts anil Thompson of
Midway, The bonding consideration
lias not un yet Iti-eti made public.
Messrs. Mi-Laine and Bergman of
Midway, lire busily engaged developing
their claim in Long t,nke ramp, known
ns the Mnncbesler. "Tills elulm adjoins
the Silent Friend, anil the furl of the
Silent. Friend's vein running through
tlie Manchester ground gives to it
intrinsic value, ns the SUenl Friend is
recotigiilzed us b -iug a really gooil
property,
Hill Allison is haniinerlng away al.
the Morning claim situated nn linker
creek, a tributary of llm-k creek. The
vein whieh is iilniiil.il feet, wid", iscotn-
pnsed of a heavy sulpliide ore, wliieli
i iiiniiieuoes lo slum- snine ht-uialite in
ils composition, As funis the shaft
has been carried down, the properly
looks well, and gives promise, lhat
quite a nice body of ore ivill In- opened
upas development pt-ogtusat-s.
Mr. C. L. Thomet and Mr. Beiiner-
•li.lli liave'moved Ihi'iroultit down to
the Highland Queen in Providence
camp, and work will sunn start up on
this claim which is the properly of lhe
Highland Queen Consolidated conipiiny. There is a large rich looking
iron cup tip the clahn, and it is, their
Intention of the management to.give
il atleiilion before resinning work on
the main ledge.
 ...	
It. is reported that a very rich strike
.has been made iu Suniinit Camp, by
Kehoe Brothers, who have been ftirtn-
timiile enough to uncover uu
Immense ledge of copper ore, on a
claim recently lucaled there by Ihem.
Il, is said tue ledge is 110 feet wide, and
carries a high percentage of copper.
Almost as soon as the ore. body was ro-
vielcd au option was given extending
over only u sliorl time, the purchasing
consideration limned in the option being $50'KI0.   ■
.Surveys have lieen run on the Crown
Point cluim, iu Grown Poiul eanip, for
lbe purpose of ilelerinining the most
soil able spol lo driven tunnel, work
upon whicli will lie started at once.
The tunnel will iu ils course crosscut
I he ledge on the clniol at a good depth,
and will lie the means of allowing up
Ibis property to ipiite au extent. The
Prospecting Svniidicate of British Coluuiliia, is noted In the district for the
lhrough iiianlii*i- lu which they open up
claims, as instanced with the Jewel
lu Long Lake camp, and no douhl. the
siiine policy will lie pit: sued in theii
new Held ut exploration.
-ft—sH	
Keightley-ncAtiley.
A pleasant marriage ceremony and one
in which lhe people of Midway were
much Interested and which should have
taken place here about the 1th inst,
was unavoidably, owing to the death
of Father Lciuuy, of Rossland, pos-
poned and ■ adjourned to Spokane,
where oo the 10 inst. Mr. KwingKeigh-
ley, of Anaconda, was united in holy
matrimony lo Miss May McAuley, of
Miiiway, lliu Rev, Father Guillen off-
icialing, with Mr. T. McAuley support'
iug the groom, and Mrs, Paluiei-stoii
formally of Midway giving assistance
liiihe bride. Circumstances deprived
tin- citizens of Midway the pleasure of
witnessing the marriage ceremony, in
iiiliiieclion with these very popular
young people, uud Ilictefore all the
mure were they determined lo show
llieir appreciation ofllie event, and
this they did iu uoiuuni-stnkcalile mull-
iter when mi Thursday last, Mr. and
Mrs. Keightley rcliiriii-ilto lbe scene of
theii- future home, Arrangements
liming been cuuipleleil, their many
friends ossein hied at theMldwny hotel
where n hearty reception was tendered
Mr. ami Mrs. K.-ilbley, all present offering their hearty coiigrululntions,
Later in the evening tlle guests were
entertained nt a splendid supper, given
by the brother of the bride, Mr. T.
McAuley, at, which the toasts usually
indulged in uu such occasions, were
cheerfully till'ered, and us cheerfully re-
ipiiuiled to. After supper many of
he guests ndjouriied lo llle Midway
town-hall, where a very enjoyable
hour oi-two was spent in dancing and
social intefhiourse. Following isa list
if some of the presents received.
Mrs. ti. McAuley, upright piano,
fancy quilt, pair of gold bracelet s,silver
cruel ; Mr- T, J. McAuley. bedroom
sidle; Mr, M, McCuaig, silvur teasel
nnd server ; Hain & Co., silver tea sel j
P. McAuley; gold lace pin ; Mr. and
Mis. J. MciNicnll, silver lint let- dish und
pickleIcruel; Mrs. W. G. McMynn,
fancy silk llllllli,Ic drape ; Mr. uml Mrs,
(i. .1. Lundy, fancy clock; Mr. and Mrs.
.!. Toll, silver dinner cruet; Mr. apd
Mrs. T. J. Hardv, silver gravy boat;
Mrs, Palinerslon, siver dinner cruel.;
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Birltie, silver sail,
und pepper shaker; Mr. and Mrs.
Humphrey, silver bread plate; Mr.
and Mrs. Thtntlliit. set of carvers ; Mrs.
J. McAuley, pair kid gloves ; Miss K.
McKeuzie, 1 tliiz. silver culfee spoons ;
Miss Elsie McLaren'silver butter chips;
Mi»s Sadie Myers, silver sugar tongs
Miss Ethel McLaren, sel. silver let
ipoons; Miss Alice McMynn,  silvei
itigarsp t Miss Myrtle Tholl, photo
.'mine ; Mrs. JI. Tutfney, silk hose: Mr.
T. P. Murphy, sel silver napkin rings ;
Messrs. Wilbur and Mitchell, silvei
breakfast cruet; Louis, fancy pin-lot
lamp, Mr.W, H. Rickards, cheipii,
GREENWOOD CITY MERCANTILE!]!].
GRKENWO0I1 CITY, B. 0.
• Ml
-AND—
le--
Lipop Dealers
Special Reductions to
Out of Town Trade.
VEBNON,
B.C.
PADMOKF, & PEEKS, Proprietors.
The Leading Hotel
Id the Interior.
FURNITURE!
CHEAPER  THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED
^"UPHOLSTERING'
ROSSLAND, B. C. VERNON, B. C.
MISSEL FENCE WIRE.
PRICES Cl
v
Most Complete Line of.
SHELF ID BUILDERS' HARDWARE
PATENT	
MEDICINES
PERFUMES.
FEEDING BOTTLES,
FOUNTAIN SYRINGES.
TOILET SOUPS,
J J.
limtillilST,
MIDWAY    ■    -   B.  C.
"TIIK ADVANCE."
m
Stoves and House Furnishings
 In the District	
I ALlV   vAjll Will Suit You
RAILWAY, MINING AND M
Wl
AKBICULTUBAL CENTER CF      j
Tie Kettle River Country 1
 . .—im
Lots on Easy rerms to Actual Residents, jjjf^
For Particulars Apply in   thff,
s$   A. K. STUART,    '»< '">    R. C. ADAMS,
HS
MlIIWAT, ll.C.
.MllSTIIIa.'l.. I'. I).
wl
O.K. F
Oxlx" Hour has the name of being ilu- jES-ss-fc
all-round Hour on the market, try it ami you will imt use other
brands. Or shareholders grow the wheat .nnl wt- grin ! the
flour with the latest inproved milling machiiii-iy.
OUR brands are. HUNGARIAN, XXXX, STRONG
BAKERS, ECONOMY, SUPERFINE, all lugs mafked
"0, K,," and to be had at al! the leading dealers from Penlict in
to Greenwood City.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, 15 C.
Cheap! Cheap! Cheap!
THESE
FENCINGS
TIIE ©SLY PhRlTXT FENCE.
El W0VB.WIRE FENCING
WIRE R0P2 SELVAGE.
aianulitctu'0<\ nnil Sold by
THE ONTARIO W.RE FENCING CO., Ltd.
AS W l-ll.l. AS
l-iiaau, Hlil.liIn.
McMiillenV Cltiii.-i- Stai'l  Wirr tU'lliuu-l fur In-llis. |inulll-y yards, lawn
fencingR, ete.   An- imlil unii-li l.i.vi-r till* year iluin ever before.
TllKV Aim Till-: BEST.   Ask ynur 11 aril.vim. MrrrbiU'l fur iluin.
Prospectors' Livery, Feed and Sale States
Grand Turks, II. C, Below (lie Bridge.
Livery Tenuis, Saddle and Pack Horses aad Ladies' Saddle Horses
Kay, Crain and Wood for Sale.
Teaming of All  Kinds  a Specialty.
W. J. ARMSTRONG & CO., ANACONDA.
R06SLAN0.
Greenwood.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST GO.
LIMITED LIABILITY.
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
Fire Insurance a Specialty.   aeonl^CuyTcnm
THE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Ulna*, Acconiniodittlon,  Oood Stabling,  Terminus i.f Stags Line
fnnn Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & McCUAIG. Proprietors.
THE.
PIONEER-HOTEL
Gkeenwooi) City, Bouniukv Crkkk, li. C,
Wi* hiivi" just opened tjie nlxiya lmlel al Greenwood Oily, nml lire |ire|mreil
tn weli-uinc giiesls iiiiii priivitli- good iii'i-Diiiiniiil.-ili'iii. (...ml Onlel'lilg. Hi-nl
class Livery Stable.
NELSON & TYNAN - -  PROPRIETORS.
OKANAGAN
SAWMILL
KELOWNA, E. C.
•** V WIT, .■■ll ■'III WW ' 1 IT ~"
Vmi Oftti now purcilifuft ftwlnr pniiol ilonn*, boiuiilfiilly nrnitc nnrt llnlnliwli #ii « *a*\u
luths.shlnglofl Ullothor kiwi* of hrium'fiiniliftliigtf,nl IlicOki rum ftiwiulll     i- '1
il rowed luuibor vonilwitl) on haml, Onlow fpom Kotllo lll\*or rtlnlrltil »oHolt«l nml price*
fiirnUhod upon nppllcnllon id
N. It.  Hiirtlnui'l li.ii.i-Kiii (!oiwl IM.--. will. Sllglil Vrtnniw Ineiivwrtfcl nl rmnlil,
tt.  LJSQUIJVJiE, piw>p.
VERNON LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STAELES
i-WtfW -iSe*« tJKbXsBfir
Good single ntnl tltuilili' drivers and Sittlille horses  Ladies'
gentle double and Sjingle drivers and saddle horses, Horses
boarded by the week or month. Box stalls if desired, Horses
broken to harness, and horses ancl cattle sold on commission
Dealer in hay and grain; wholesale and retail, All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to.   Corner Mission and Tronson sts.
VV, GaRDNKR,   PuOl'RIJ'.TOR. niiunATi n.  u, .n.M';:\ ibwj,
THK  ADVANCE
BOUNDARY CREEK MINING AND MILLING COMPANY, Ltd. Ly.
HE
Incorporated 21st October, 1896.
tt    OFFI CE ,   GREEN WOO tt   CITY,    tt.   C
*****
*****
V-A/v.
**v»-f
Y«-\A-
OFFICERS < )F C( IMPANY i
ti. ARTHUR RENDELL Pbesident
I). A. HOLBROOK   - -      - - -   Manager
(,'. W. II. SAN80M    -    SEOBBTABT-TllEABllBEB
BANKERS 1
BANK OP MONTREAL
Vebnon, B. a
J->/V-
VIEVV SHOWS (IREENWOOI) CITY AND LOCATION Ol' COMPANY'S CLAIMS,
■AA-r
This compmy is regisf: ed under the
Companies Act, 1890, and amending
acts, in the ofhce of the Registrar in
Victoria, B. C, for 1,500,000 shares at
$1.00, non- assessable, of which a
portion of the Treasury stocK i.s now
offered at 10 cents a share on applica-
cation to the company.
--/v-V
/■%**V~
">/\r\
Miz.
PROPERTIES.
The properties, which tire absolutely
owned hy the Company, consist of
right claims lying in a group and
named as follows! "The Fred. II.,"
"S. H. B„" "Big Ledge," "11. A.,"
"0. B.,""S. F.,""G. A. IVaiitl ".I.
A. C„" lieing fully shown and explained
in the Map Plan annexed.
DESCRIPTION.
On Ihe "D. A." is a vein nlioul 20
inches wide, with a pay-streak of 4 to
12 incites; from Ihis 8,(1511 lbs, nf ore
was shipped to the smelter, giving
$103,16gold per inn, silver 71 7*10ua,
and 2 per cent, lead. A tunnel is being
driven on Ihis vein from which ore is
being taken. On tlle same property ffl
a larger vein (quart-/,) carrying galena
and pyrites,
The "(!, A. H." bus a 80-fnol shaft
sunk on a 2-foot vein, heavily mineralized .villi an Intimate mixture of Iron
and copper pyrites, galena, blende mul
silvrrglaiii-e. Tlle lines! piffesof.virf silver found otiBiiiiiiiliiryCi'eek were taken
front Ibis slmfi. Aveiugu assays from
different places iu-i-osm tbe vein gave
IfiH.tXI gold, SO ozt. silver; also $H.IIII
gold ntnl l.'id nzs, silver nnd one, lhe
latest return $15.(15 gold nml IlUI 1-5
ozs. silver per ton.
(In lbe "Dig Ledge" is a 10-foot
quartz vein, mineralized with iron
pyrites. This vein has been opened
up hy cross-nils mi the surface for 600
(eel,    A  narrower   vein   has   lieen
-77/[^
Campam/s Properties are
marked t/ws ///////
Company _hum~p<nxti"e&
21s Oct 1896.
*.
op-ned up, being one foot wale, currying considerable copper pyriles, and
runs into the main ledge ns a spur, on
which a tunnel nf -10 feet hits been
driven. Average assays gave $83 gnld
and 11*10 ozs, silver, and $40.35 gold,
17J ozs, silver, 2 per cent, copper.
The "0. B." has two distinct veins ,
one 25 feet wide whicli, from its strike
and geueral character wuuld seem In
be the same vein as that un the Big
Ledge, although sufficient, has not
been done to make this conclusive.
The second vein has at. present a
width of nearly three feel. Assays
have shown values in gold from $4,00
to $170.63, while a conservative sampling by Mr. S. S. Fowler, M. E. gave
$20.00 in gold,
On Ihe "ti. H. B." are two converg.
ing veins of copper nnd iron pyriles,
on whicli work is now being done. An
average assay gave, gold $1.60, silver
10} ozs., copper 11,06 per cent,, or
$40.44 for all values.
The " Fred D." was located In December, 1806, more as ground for a
basis for milling uperntinns for the
other claims than fur its present value,
although Ihere Is little doubt that the
large vein on lhe O. B. runs lhrough
it. There is a small vein of galena on
this claim.
The "8, F." lies letweed the G, A. R.
and D, A„ in lhe directlou of the strike
on tiie 0. A, Ii. vein, This local ion has
Iwen made on a vein of pyrrhotite,
The "J, A. 0." has a large iron-
capping running through It. from the
Anaconda, at a depth of a few feet,
lhe ore carries a considerable percentage of of copper und $10 in gold,
N. B,-SCALE ON THIS MAP 1500 FEET TO THE INCH,
Capitalization 1,500,000, Treasury Stock 700,000 Shares.

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