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 ™«1      .     .Vl^i  ITf.-7r—
Vol, III, No. JO.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JULY 8,   1895.
$2.00 per Year.
W. T. Mori k Co.
ts.
We bgg to inform the public i.i) and around
Gamp J^lcKirmeu
Jhat we will open a Branch .Stork at said place on or about
Jhe 1st of dvilvj
and will carry a complete stock of Genera] Goods,
such as we now carry at Fairview.  Your patronage is solicited,
and we assure you that we will sell goods of the
best quality and at prices ujjequaled
in this section of the country,
f. T. Shatford k Co.,    -       -   Fairview and Vernon.
PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop
Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake, $
Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington.
All arrangements made for providing
Guides an:! Outfits for Hunting Parties.
Dood Boating and Fishinj.   Rw Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire.
JeBQ'TTaiMEE   BROS.   Sc   CO.
I X, O-VVT- Iff A..
Pry Goods, Groc-ras, Heady-lade Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Orders from tlie Lower Okanagan will receive prompt attention,
I-kick-i Reasonable.
VERNON SAWMILL
SMITH & UIN, Props.
SASHES, DOORS, MOULDINGS,
TURNINGS, Etc.
All kinds of Factory work k§pt in Stock
and made to order.
Coast  cedar worked into  furnishings
a specialty.
All kinds of lumber, laths a.nd shingles
kept in stock.
The Best of Material Always Used.
WRITE FOR PRICES AND DISCOUNTS.
fSawrfliH on Qkanagan Lake, handy to shipment.
Sash ancl Dqci|: Factory en C. P. R., Vurnon.
MIDWAY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on hand, at Reasonable Prices,
LEQUIME   A   POW ER8, Proprietors.
■D. O, CAItCSrlLL.   CO.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
1    ealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Clothing, and Supplies of all kinds.   A specialty
made of Home Cured
HAMS   AND   nACQfJS.
Write for pr(pes,
A LARGE LIST OF   FARMS FOR SALE.
JB>,   O    OA.Xta-XX.X,^   <*fc   OO., . . ^KMBT.lfOlSrfT.
^  MAODONALD,
BARRISTER,
0PFKZ, B-.ll.N-.tltU AviiNUB,
 VKHNON, B, P.
pitHI). BILLINGS,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
Office : Martin's Block,
Vkunon, B.C.
PORBE8M, KUHBY, P.L.S..
A. M, 0.8.0. E„
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
VEIINON, JJ. II.
-T E.OROWELL,
THONSON ST., V.UIN0N,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Otllce and Store Fittings a Specialty,	
P_ H. LATIKER,
VKHNON, 11. C,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
XiEaxxd Stu-T-eyov.
Mum. Amur. Sue. In-i1*. Kih*b.	
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates in any
Portion of the Province Immediately Attended to,
Haps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
J. O. HAAS, B.8., K. At,,
MINING  ENGINEER AND ASSAYER,
MIDWAY, B. C.
Samples for Assay From a Distance Will
Receive Prompt Attention,
Analytical   Cliciulat    unit   Assay**,..
G-KO. A. GUESS, M. A.,
Honor Graduate In Chemistry and Mineralogy, Queen's University, Kingston.
All Kinds of Assays ami Analyse*! Carefully
anil Accurately Pel-formed.
dare of Strathyre Mining Cr,,,
Fairview, II. C.
Tl-lliMR-dolil, Silver or Lciul, each $1.50; Gold
uml Silver, 82; Nickel, SS; Cupper, $2;
Copper, Gold and Silver, §11. Othor prices
on anplluattou.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKHNON, ll.C.
 .A-S-onafc   JFpj-	
The Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td.,  Wliolsalo
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
Nlqholles k Renouf, Agricultural Machlnory.
—-A-g-oxt-ti  Foi*—
Tlie OkaDagan-Spallunicbeen Dists.
FOR
The Royal Insur-niice,
The London k Lancashire,
The Insurance Co. of North America,
The London k Canadian Fire Ins. Co.
The Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada.
The Canadian Permanent Loan k Investment Co.
The Dominion Building k Loan Association.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
C. M.  MELVILLE
MIDWAY, B. C.
EDWARD j\. HAIN,
ii DEALER IN n
Stationary,      School-Supplies,
-:-     Toys,     -:-
Cigars, Tobaccos,
Notions and Patent Medicines.
MIDWAY, B.C.
THE
CYANIDE PROCESS
HAS DEEN A
GREAT SUCCESS
In Africa, Australia, America, and
also in Canada, including- the Pre.
yince of British Columbia,
It Will Not Cost You more than (4 pi r ton to
extract from 90 to 96 per cent of the
assay value of your ores, Send samples
to us and we will report thereon free of
cost, pmyliljid freight Is prepaid. Call
ajlll see us or wrl.e to
JKe Gassel Qold
Extracting Go,, bd.,
W. PELLEW HARVEY, F.C.S.,
pupT. Experimental Works,
VANCOUVER, B,C.
J.MCNICOL
aV     Ha      Ha
i'S   i'S   W
A Fi Stock of
PLOWS
HARROWS
RAKES
At Lowest Gash Prices
HA   HA    HA
ft        4,7       ft
McNICOL
MIDWAY, B, C.
R. N. TAYLOR,
Dispensing and
3Ken\ts.
VKHNON, Tl. ('.
A Large Stock of
QUASSIA CHIPS
,u-p
WHALE OIL SOAP
on Hand.
B. LAURENCE'S
Spectacles and Eyeglasses.
SOLE AGENT FOR
Chas. Cluthe's Columbia Wire Truss,
Tlm Lighest nnil Must, Perfect Truss in
the Market,
FOR
SHORT
.WHILE ONLY:
COFFEE
(Per Package)
25 CITS 25
ing do.
P.  B.  NELSON, MGR.
J. Kerr. fl, D. Keiir.
KKK'K HI\'0*m„
fjTJTCHEI^S,
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
McnJ ili'llvefi'il nt IE"'-.!; t'ltiek ami all llie
Mining Canlim, '	
J, W. 15JEED,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Week Warranted.     ...a am
0. WaDMff,
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B.C.
All Kinds of Wurk KxocutCtl la llie Balls
echini uf t 'untiiiuer-t.
I'ltUE TIlADi; VS. PROTECTION.
The second of Ihe series nf lectures
which ('apt. Adams has so kindly undertaken In deliver during liis slay in
l£idway, on Sunday evenings, proved
of even greater interest than tbe Ural;
and ilia discussion which followed was
extremely animated.
At8 o'clock, the lecturer spoke us
follows :--Lnst week tva discussed the
great question at capital nml labour, in
especial reference to Anarchism uml
Socialism, and tbo possibilities uf cooperative pffnrt. I propose to*nigbl lo
treat onasnhjecl thataflects,perhaps,
nn less materially the national welfare.
Man, from earliest times lias been
compelled to contend with antagonistic forces, iiiiiI adverse circumstances,
The primeval savage in liis forests
battling for life at Ihe hands of Nature ; uml overcoming by liis ingenuity
Hit! dlffitcultles of environment In
Ibis fierce and necessary fight for freedom, the tight to live, lbe Buffering
and loss of life lias been almost beyond
computation,—the martyrdom of mankind. Reed says the Iirsl victory wits
won when man discovered Iho use of
fire : its warmth-giving properties, and
Its utility in the preparation uf food,
Thus suffering lends to enlightenment,
and man by exerting himself tn Investigate the evils and origin of liis suffering, finds n means tu eradicate them.
In tbe early stages of society, man
had but ihu forces of nature to contend
against. But in a later age, he found
his freedom assailed by his own kind.
Where strength aiid weakness were
matched against one another, the hat-
tie, then its now, was to the strong,
and the weaker became the slave of
bis conqueror. In Ibe present day
slavery, 111 ils original meaning, no
longer exists; but the race of tyrants
is not extinct, With plausible pretexts
the musses are gulled into the belief
that they are free, While laws are
passetl allowing special privileges lo
llie minority; whioh say U> the majority; the class   which  lives hy  labor,
"Thoushall not" take advantage of
natural opportunities, the musses cannot he considered free,
On the aphorism, "the greatest good
io the greatest number," rests the
claim of Lhe Free Trader for consideration, The Protectionist on tbe nthei
band, aims at, thu "preservation" of
nationality by depriving Ilin people of
l be eight in the choice of market, And
we must admit thut in a certain degree
Ihe Protectionist policy is beneficial,
In this way;—If the mayor of a town
were to make all shop-keepers on the
right hand side of Ibe street pay a sum
of money on every article sold hy llieni
into the city treasury, and exempted
Ihe tradesmen on the loft side from a
like exact inn; It would naturally follow that tlie business of the town, nnd
also the land values on the favored
would increase at the expense of tlie
other side, Tlie left-hand-elders would
be staunch Protectionist*, while the
right-hand fuel inn would be ardent advocates of Free Trade, Whether this'
discriminatory system would ultimately benefit tho town in whicli it was
pt'licl isetl, is auol her question,
Talmage tolls a story uf bis father,
whn, with others, could always be
found in the mat'ket-placo discussing
this momentous question; and he expressed his belief, Unit were |||e disputants allowed until the Judgment Hay
to completo their arguments, the controversial points would lie yel undecided.
Now, tho question is, on the grounds
of expediency and right, is Free Trade
to be advocated ? Is it expedient thai
tho people of a country should be called upon to pay a higher price for an Inferior article, in iii'der to foster iho Industries of that country? It is true
Protection has built up the cities of
4liict'lcil, antl swelled tip. colters of Hie
manufacturers, hut ut what cost!'
The Impoverishment uml ruination of
the agricultural and poorer classes, and
to tbo detriment of commerce, As uu
instance of the latlor, in Will, the tonnage carried by s|pps of the II. S. mercantile navy was greater than that of
any other nut inn, It Is now only fifth
in tbo list.
On principle, however, rather than
expediency, Free Trade should be supported,   (hi lhe principle that il is uol
just to protect one man's intoro&l ut
the expense of another's, Because nne
inan lives under a certain, nud another
man under a differently coloured ll.ag,
why should l|ps be the reason for
trade restriction f It would bo just as
sensible were it a question of pocket-
handkerchiefs i the possessor of a pocket-handkerchief with slurs in one corner of It, offering lo sell his goods to
thii (iwiier of a pocket-handkerchief
otherwise marked, nt a cheaper rate
than was asked  by  a second seller,
whose handkerchief was simllliu to
ihal uf the probable purchaser,and lhe
reply In Ihe first pinpnsitinii was, "(III,
no, I can't, buy finn\ ynu. 1 must s,Hp-k
up for llie old pocket-handkerchief."
The   American   liousls   ihnt   be can
" whip ere il ion"; while the English.
mini glories thai lhe beat of his drum
roll is beard round llie globe. It is not
a drum roll Ihal is all Important, Imt u
dreakfast roll. The old tribal pride is
unworthy of enlightened men. The
noble winds nf Tom Paine illustrate
this lesson,—" The world is my country; IlllltCklnd my brethren | to do good
my religion,"
A question of equity—, man should lm
permitted the right in do the best for
himself (bathe Is able, lie shuuld he
left tree uiui unrestricted. The prosperity of lbe place is the result of pros-
peril y of i be Individual; and Iheoame
law Is applicable to national prosperity.
Some time ago 1 read a work on the
medical systems of 4,000 years, The
writer showed that (he methods of
medical 'reuiment had differed rudi*
i-iilly with almost every generation,
Tims wilh trade policies, experiiience
Is ever teaching the necessl'y for im.
proveiiienl. In England it wns mire
tliougthl exportation was baneful, and
therefore a practical I y prohibitive tax
was levied un exports. Then it was
just the other,way, and the tax was
removed from exports uji4 placed on
Imports. The origin of lhe word tariff
is derived from Tariffajn the Mediter-
tanean, which once sheltered a nest of
pit-ales, who demanded a. heavy tnlj
from Hn* merchantmen falling inla
their power The policy is thus appro*
prlately named,
The economists of tbe present, day
in England in1 ve now somewhat modi-
llcd theii opinions in regard to Free
Trade, The advocacy of (be policy js
no longer entirely based on lhe ground
of principle ; hut also upon the llliprac
ticability nf Protection. The impossi,
bilily of so regulating a tariff, that in
benefiting one industry, another will
not he harmed. When the duly was
removed frum sugar a tremendous impel ns was given to the English ennfee-
tlouary Industry. Meanwhile Prance
and Germany put a bounty nu lintuo
refined sugar, and English producers
set up a cry of ruin. A Parliamentary
Investigation showed, however, thut so
many more bunds were employed in
the confectionary trade Hum in the refilling, that it would be unwise to assist tlie latter ut I be expense of the former.
The lecturer I hen referring In a local
experiment in tobacco culture; asked
whether, supposing the industry nf
growing and curing tobacco were es,
lahlished on a large scale, it would ben-
ellt Midway were lite duty ou Virgin,
inn tobacco placed at $1 per pound,
He showed Ihal although, perhaps, for
a time, such a course would add to the
local prosperity, yel, it would really
only be benefiting ihe manufacturers
at the expense uf the consumers,
Al the discussion which followed,
another point was raised in favor uf
Free Trade, on the plea nf public morality, The present system admits uf 8
great deal of corrupt and fraudulent
practice at the Custom House, which a,
trade policy of tariff for revenue only,
would tlo much lo lessen.
Ah hough some arguments were ml-
vauced in favour of Protection, they
were uol possibly as forcible as they
might have been, hud llie convictions
of the speakers beeti with the Boptjs
incuts they expressed,
 4.4	
DOMINION DAY.
Although no elaborate preparations
were made fol' the occasion, the people
nf Midway fell they could nut nlliiw
Ihi'1st. nf,Inly tu puss liy, unheeded, A grand hall was therefore given
in Palmerston Hall, at which about,
one hundred people were present; a,
goodly proportion belonging lo the
gentler sex, amongst whom we noted
many fair Imt Btrange faces. Tho
mimes of lhe lathes who look part iq
the dancing tire selected from among
Hie muiiv :
.Mrs. Spraggett, llie Misses McLaren,
Miss Wilkins, Mrs. Mai-liu, Mrs. Mac,
Dowull, Mrs, Davis, (Boundary Fulls),
Mrs. Hopper, the Misses Kalie, Nettie,
and Alma Hopper, Mrs,  Lmuly,  Miss
I McAuley, Mrs.   Dan.  MeOllWg, Mrs,
| llaiiy McClimg, Mrs.  Hurl. Iiigliriiin,
: Mrs. liighi-iim, Mrs. and Miss Keuiigh,
Prof, Sbrette'sstring bund furnished,
music for tbo occasion, nnd the wlec-
liuii uf wull7.es, pnlkns, etc,, delighted
dancers and listeners alike,  Putn-luuU
ly ut 12, a sumptuous supper was par*.
taken of at  lbe Boundary   Hotel,  tbe
caterers, being Hie proprietors, Messrs,
McAuley k Lundy,  Great praise in
due llie management, for the pleasing
manner in  which the arrangements
were carried out,  and   no doubt   Ilm
participants in Hie festivities feel that
{I. i.s a greul, pity Dominion Day rnniea.
but once u yenr,
The share nf land fulling to each In*,
huhilant of the globe in the event of a,
division, might bosel dnv/n at twenty*.
Ilm e ,'ilii| a half ticrcs,
t THE ADVANCE.
5TUABT k N0RIU8 PapraiBTons.
I'llhlishcil   ivcoLly   at Midway, n. 0,
Subscription Price, $2.00 per annum, payable
.11 advance, either yearly or hull--.early nl the
ptiou nl tiie snbsorlbfir,
Advertising Rates still on application.
Though ihe columns of The Advance are
always.open for the discussion of matters i'l
'public inleresi und Importance, we do nut nee*
eessarily endorsonny ot tbo opinions exin-essed. i,, ,      ,
'-■-■■ ■ '     ■     *|| ,,„, „D j llabey li
t'orres^ondi.:,7|tt!'of a'pei-soiiiirnutui-e nil
211. Last Chance ; Win. Austin,
" .Jtllllhu; lleiuiell .V Savage.
"  Gnld Drops Joseph Hclii.
TBANSPERfi RECORDED.
fl. While Horse, J inleresi, J. 11. Singer tii King, Graham nnd Meyer.
17. City of London, J inleresi, John
Raines to 0. B. Nelson.
22. Nellie Pntten, I inleresi., ,1. Sutherland tn II..I. Cn'Ain.l (■. K. llcetl.
" Highland Chief, all interest, T.
Win. Edwards.
'mil-li -re ,i.
MONDAY, JULY 8, 189%
I	
MINING DIVISION.1-, HE-DEFINED,
The at tent inn nf miners and prospectors is culled (n llie alterations
which have been mullein the definition
of the boundaries nf the different mining divisions of Hie Yule district, Hit'
advertisement of  which  appeal's   in
these columns. The principal alterations affecting iniueis in our immediate
vicinity, is lietwcen the Kettle Rivet'
,ini]Qsoyonsi|ivisioiis,ll|c dividing line
between which has been shifted some*
.yjilit to |he east, thereby cutting olf
Camp .McKinney nml llie greater purl
nf Rock ('reck fi-oin the former, and
apportioning them I nthelnl I iTiliiisinn.
Formerly the watershed between the
Kellle and Osoyoos Rivers defined the
western boundary of these Iwo divisions. Now, however, lhe intersection of the International Bniuitjitry
with Hie llilll) Meridian is iiuule Hie
starting point, which point, it will he
noticed, is some two miles to Ihe wesl
nft.hf muulhut Rock Creek. II will
pe wise, therefore, nf nil probahle locators of clahus, mineral nr otherwise, in
order tn save tlie expense of (limbic re-
curd, to thoroughly acquaint themselves willi tbe changes .inder lhe new
regulations.
To prevent a good deal of inconvenience antl confusion, it would be well
if the Government would now cause a
complete survey to he made, sn thai
the point at which llie International
Boundary intersects the llllih Merl-
[ijan.'iiiijy be marked, and lhe dividing
!|jnnj|||ay be m.-irketl, al
iiiii clearly defined,
VEItNON NOTES.
{From our own correspondent,)
The closing examinations nf Ilia Vernon Public .School lonl, place nu Friday, Tlie attendance nf visitors was
larger than on any previous occasion
of the kind here, Those whn attended
expressed themselves ns highly satisfied with the exercises uf the day,
ivhiih speaks well fur Ihe Vernnn staff
pf teachers Mr. Ilnidge, Hie principal, has resigned his position here, and
jvill leave foi' Ontario in a few weeks.
The City was pretty well desertetl on
Dominion Day, A large number of
intr citizens went tn Armstrong; com.
pni'atlvely few lo Kelowna ; and others
to the Epwoilli League picnic at Long
Lake, At Kelowna, it baseball mutch
wits played bet ween the Vet-nun alio
Kelowna teams, Owing to the short
time between the arrival and departure of the steamer, play wus confined
|o two'jiiiiings a side. Tlie game resulted in a lie, each team scoring eight
runs. A return match will be played
at -nine future time.
Miss Cntiglilan, the teacher of Hie
primary department of the Vermin
Public School, left on Tuesday's train
for ber home at the const, where she
will spend her holiday^.
Monday lieing Dominion  Day, the
Oily Council met nn Tuesday nighl.
i        iii, a     *
There was a good deal  of squabbling
ab.(ii|t ft bill of Dr. Williams against
the Corporation fm   medical  services
i ' .i     -
while attending the Dlplheria pal ion Is
last Fall. Alderman Fuller maintained Hint the City was not responsible
tor the payment of (lie bill, as Dr.
Williams had not, been engaged by the
City; inni hestlggejted the advisability of it revisal of the books and the
City accounts bv the auditor-general,
with a view nf obtaining liis opinion
lis tb the City's liability in ihis, aud
oilier accounts of ii similar nature
which have been presented to the
Council for payment'. A resolution to
am emit wus read aud adopted. A
nullum was I hen curried mil utilizing
lb,e City Clerk lo pay Mr. C, W, Ireland, P.M, his Biliary up to June lhe
10th, 1805.
,*, ■
KKI'll.la ItlVl'.lt MINt\0 DIVISION.
CERTIFICATES OP Wllllli 1'tl.l; J.UNE,
1.    Sunseti Scholield,, Lefevre, and
East,
'• Crown Silver; Scholield, Lcl vi-c,
and East.
•L Piiyullup; Raines, Winilli und
Tate,
8.' San Demand ; liji.ishurt, and Dillier.
1(1. Jack of Spades; Frank Gome and
others.
' II. Cyclopsi Hill and Hiirtncjt,
111. Crescent; W. Dilliiiei-aildothi'i-s.
U. Golden Hod ; Jos. E Doss,
If). White Horse;,I. D.   Singer and
others.
18. lieno; Meyer k McLaren.
" Highland Chief, J inleresi. Win.
Edwards to Saulter, Sniylh ami Bon*
net.
" Puyiillup, | iiil.ei-esl. J. Raines to
E. L. Tate.
21. Mountain View, 5 interest, Tims.
Hardy tn.I. Christie.
27. Jiitnnq, S inleresi T. L. Savage to
G. A. Reudell.
MINERAL LOCATION RECORDS POR TIIK
MONTH of.Ill,V.
1st. Futir Ace, Green wood Camp, J,
Sutherland.
||   Minnie, Cupper Gump, TAtklnst|n
"  Saiqson, Gold Drop Camp. Dan.
Shrill.
'!   Elheni'ia, G.nld Drop Ciinip, Dim.
Stuart,
"   Hubert, ISiuuiet, Cjqld Drop (Jump,
P. .1, McAi-ibu'ia
"   Queen Hess, Gold DropCump, W,
P. llol'sleller.
"   Unlei-prise, Gold Drop Camp, G.
Leysnii.
2nd DoiibluStaiidard, Wliile'st'amp,
E. 1', Siiydam,
"   Hlwnssue, Skylark  Camp,   E. I'.
Snydum.
"   Hope, Skylark Ciiiijp, 11. Mounts.
"  Mt, Morgan, Popper Piimp, Sum.
Preston,
"   Honey Couih. PoppurPanip.Sitin.
Crest on.
"  Ranger, Greenwood Ciinip, John
Rogqi'B,,
"   Hartford, tiiwiiwnnil  Camp, ,1.
lingers.
"   Roman Eagle, Christ ina Lake, W
II, I'oulton,
"   Gold  Band,  Gnld  Drop  Camp,
Thoniel, Saunders, ami Miller.
"   Sl. Maurice, Cenlral Camp, Clem*
en I. Vacher,
"  Seven Thirty, Copper Camp,  |i.
C Johnson.
"   Hidden Treasure, Copper Camp,
Ned Dennett.''
"  CO! D„ Gold Drop Camp, 11. G.
Pole.
Hid Dtillercup, Wellington Pinup, J.
Fiti-i-el.
"  Girl of lhe period,* Grtenwood I
Camp, W.J. Poller and ,I Furrel,
filh Carrie, Greenwood Camp, N. P,
Gordon.
(Ith Foiluna, Gold Diop Camp, P. A. i
Bielei|bi-|g.
"   Hising Sun. North   Folk   Keltic
River, E. R. Shannon,
'•',   Copper King, North Fork Kettle
River, P, Edwin Surig.
CERTIFICATES OP WORK, JULY.
2nd Honolulu ; Geo. Rller,
3rd Golden Crown; Porter & Russel,
4th Helen; Synionds & Wallace,
"  Stemwinder; Dcnxler, Furiel, k
Midgen,
Bill uiicklitirn; Samuel Larson,
TRANSFERS, JULY.
811I Rawhide, {interest, Denzler tn
Glbhs,
" Rawhide, I interest, Denzlei In
Thos. Tighy,
Bth PhoBiilx, i inleresi, T. McDonnell lo T, Tighe,
Oth Jui'nl p,. all Interest, 0. S. Ilnwcn
In W.T. Smith.
T. ELLIOT,
General Merchant,
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
Keeps tlie Largest ancl Best Assorted Stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, &e.
any place south of Vernon, and Kelih on terms to suit thi! times
Cheapest Place Lo buy for Caijli in (lie Okuna^au Counlry,
FALLS
FULL WEIGHT AND  MEASURE  ASSURED.
A. J. SPROLI'S EXPESSS STA&E LINE
MS1T0RY.
Djy. JAKES, M. I)., CM.
8* AfSOWSaWS*
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE     ;     :     :'   BOUNDARY FALLS,
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL
Boundary Falls, B. G,
THOS. HARDY, PROP.
Centrally Located Stopping Place for Three Different Stage Lines.   N<j
Trouble or Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Charges Moderate.
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
Good Stabling,
will leavt
Saturday, arrivin
ih'- same availing
a-oxriTfj). mti-CTxx
enticton   ~ a, in. every Tuesday, Thursday and
1 Fairview i p.m., and Oro, Washington,
CrOXIiT*.*-  HOK.TH
will leave Oro, Washington, 7 a. 111., Mondays, Wednesdays
ami Fridays, reaching Fairvjew at 11 a. m., connecting with
SS. Aberdeen and S. & O. and C. I'. Railways,
A. J. Sprole, Prop.
Okanagan Saw Mill
Kelowna, B. C.
A Large Stock of All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber,
of Superior Quality, Thoroughly Seasoned, Constantly on l land.
Bill  S-fciaitfr ra,  Sjci-eciial-fc-j*-.
Oaii-cl-F:*.-£•  I-Vi-omap-fcJy  Fill-eel.
Lath, Shingles, Sash and Doors.
Goods  Delivered at Okanagan Falls at Reasonable   Rates.
 LEON LEO,UIME, Proprietor. _Jy_
THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.,
8HERBROOKB, QUEBEC.
Manufacturers of
ROCK DRILLS AND AIR COMPRESSORS.
Bn ASK l^rHcuSacs the Best.
Special Compressors driven by
'ELTON     WATER
WHEEL
.lotintoJ direct up-
m crank-shaft, es-
^ciallyads.ptedfor
liillzing the power
1/ mountain steams
ts shown in lllus-
. rati on.
H. P. PALMERSTON,
Agent for Midway and District.
G.ARTHUR RENDELL
BOUNDARY FALLS, B.C.
Headquarters  for  Miners'   Supplies.
A GOOD STOCK QF
Qroeeries, Clothing, Boots and; Shoes,
JWder, Etc.
UHCIOIVKI) THIS WHUK A LAUGH SUPPLY OP
s
1
Orders Taken for AH Kinds of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
G. ARTHUR RENDELL.
CONKLE & DONALD
Genera! Teamsters gncl Freighters.,
ROCK CREEK,  B.  C.
Rates from IV11I it-ton tn Oninp McKinney, Rock Cn'fk, Midway ano)
Boundary Palls, twu cents, por pound for two tons, p,f under.  Marcus tio Midi
way, tlin aiinii' rate,   Marcus In Orittul Prairie nun cent pen |i(',|inil.
Special Rates for Large Orders and Ore Cpntraeir,.
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale State
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses,
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail pealers ip. and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected gef'ore Leaving the Nursery
S V OK A N !•",   F A U L S,
I'. O. }Sox ~>S,2. AVufhiiiylon
A. D, WORGAN.
Portrait & Landssapa Piiot'ppliei'
YKiino/:, ii.c.
VIEWS OF  THE DISTRICT   FOR   SALE.
TAX NOTICE.
N
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Utii Jui\o, 1805.
dtrcctod Lo ilie iilli't-alions
PACK
HORSES
AND
O'.I.OES
H. E. WALKiiR, PROP.
"   Iron vi'l l"* A' Brown,
" Viilt-iiiiii- :R.' \. Brown.
II), I.t'tul Kii'n; A. M. Hyniniis.
"  iliint H.u|ii'«*. .1. P.  lliii'ltin and
tithei's.
!'. Llvlngstonei Mi-Jtitnsli k Mack. •
'll! ftlklinl-liiT'l'lniil'i'l.   Hill I i'l'.   llllll
p.
27, Lu.uj A. ('..Ji.'liusoii.
0110K Is hRrob^ tllrcctod lo Iti
liiiiilchi Ih'jbbiiiiilui'lQB.of the Ivctih' liiv-
or, Osoyooa, and Vornon ^nitjug divisions of Yalu
OiHtrloUBincolhomibiicationoftlioHmltsof tlio
Hnid rttvIsloiiB in tlio RrltiHli Columbia Qauolto
of tho 14Lh of DoQO^iUer, 180J)i
YALK lUSTilK'T -OSOYOOS DIVISION.
Mining Divisions.
Koitlti lll\t.v,MiiiiiiK Itiviwis'in -Commoiit^ng
at ft point where llio Inlornntioiyil Himnuiu*j
intoi'flocU Ihu IIDLli Mt-rlilian: thonco norlli
rilong Hj-jllftth^rltlliuito 11 point nbout 17
IllilOHHOUtll Of tlioMth |jiirel1.J;lhrii('i, ciul to
lliu w'OHturn botmdftry nf tin- WorI Kootonal
Dinirii'i; llionuo Bouthorly nloiig sniil houmlnry
lo Iho Intonifttlonnl Hoiniihirj'; thonco vvohI
Id a poll,I of roiniiii'lji'i'iiiciil.
Ofloyoon Mining nivlBion Ooipiocneliig nl a
polnl wlioro lliolnloriiflllontil llonmlnry Inlor-
Hoclfllhc linili Morldlftti, being also the sontli-
wobI corner of tlm Kottlo Hlvor Mining IHvl-
h^oi\ ; llionce norlli along tho U^tli Morlillftii lo i. ju
a polnl whicli is also the bouUi-ohhI noniop nf tW
ihu Vornon Mining Dlvlnlniiilhcncowcsl nlong m
VERNON SODA WATER WORKS
O'NEA!. C: DQWNEY, PROfR^TORe.
Manufacturers o." All Kinds of Carbonated Drinks, Including
Ginger Ale, Sarsparjlh, Club Socla, Lamon Soda, and Cream Soda.
CHAMPAGNE   CIDER.
A Specialty Blade of
Raspberry, StrTtw^-as-ry, OraFitp,  Pineapple,  Va'.iiiia, Lemon,
anil tiitsiii Syrups.
A\l in Pint and '" Write for
Quart Bottles. Prices.
FURNISHED Rook Creek Division of Yale
Hy?JT3?!B PARTIES | District.
NOTIOK W JiOroby v'wxw Um) ossi^ed aiid
Provincial revenue taxes for 1895 art; now
I duo anil payable at my office, Osoyoofl, at the
following rates ;—
If paid on or beforo tho SOtli Juno
Ono-hftlf of one por eenl n
NUTU'K.
AMKIIIOAN ItoY MlNISUAt. Cl.AIM,
to III tho Kottlo nivor Mining Division »f
nisii'ici, in iihi I'rovldonuo Otmip, on
ilar) Moniilaln, ono inllo liortb-oaiilorly
lioiindiu'i t'allH,
tho soutliorn boiindary of tlio Vernon Mining I ,%.
Division to lhe iL'tith Meridian i thonco doulli \fflp
along tho IMliMoHdiaii to tin: Itilonmlioiml | g)
JiHoulidaryjtiioncocaBt to point of eominenr :^'
llielil.
Vornon Mining Divlntnn-Commonclng at nlffi
point on llio llOtb Meridian, whicli is whn the ■ *
north'oast comer of tho Oitoyooa Mining Division; thonco west along ilu- norj^orn boundary
nf thoOfipyoo) MUiIng Division lo the 121HI1
Morldlftti; tlienee ijyi'ih alnng'tlio IL'inh Meridian lo tho southern boundary of the Rnllway
Kelt; thonco east ft'ong tlie BOiithcrn boundary
of the said Itftilwav Hell to ihe western bound,
ftry of the West, KimU'iiay Diatriol; llieiico
inoutl) along said boundary to the north-east
eorner <>f lhe Kellle lilvor Mining Divirioii;
tiionoowcsl titan; llio nortnorn bbuntlftryoftho
nettle lilvor Mining ijlvisloii to its interHcctinn
wilh th" IIHth Meridian ; Ihonoe Holltll aloiij:
the UUtll Meridian to point 6\ coiMinuieeineiil.
DyX'iitiiiimtid,
JAMES BAKEK,
l'rw\itieii!l Siocrolaiy itu'd Minlat-ei '-i Minos!
1 ffl
,,Ji]      ,1. S, DONAIjDSON      M
I CHEMIST & DBBGGIST i^TA^:,,^^;i^ /^'iU: !S;...;;;^^ul,;^
,;.,   t*i*«ItimncoNo. til.tWI, lnlniil, KlxtJ tlfti-fl front
i'S    III.'iiiiii' Iinaait. |..,i|i|)l) a. tlio tlulil I'liiiuni*
I j.,    (lulu)! fur II ..Wlilll'llli: ill ill||ll'nv|.llll.||lri, fill- II
VtRNON, B. C.
hitilniiiK 11 Crown (Irniit ut lin-
nf .
olnliii,        ,^^^^__
Anil Itirtlicr lako nnllco,,Ilinl nilv,
l,^ A Pull Lino of
Drugs
Patent Metlicines
Toilet Articfos
Trusses, &c.
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titjiiuusl lie B.cjt| to the Oold ('oiiiinis^ioner and
v'   aellon comntcnepd boforo tho lumiaueo of mioh
ertiltcale of iin'iiroveint'iils.
tJaled tills Otiiflfty of May, 1805,    mi:Wni
GKAND PRAIRIE SAW IWILL.
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Rough Lumber
From if K) to $12.
Dronsed Lumber
From 1(1 KM 0$ IS
Per Tbousiiiiil.
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Mull   Orders   From   the   Lowot1
Country    Will    Receive
Prompt. Attention.
\V. DAUiYiMIMiK
PAIRVIEW, B.0,
All  Kinds of Repairing.   HorseslmelnK a
Socially.
^^^_ thuasst'Sit'd valuo
of real estate    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
One-third nf one per cent on the assessed
value of personal property ;
Ono-balf of one per cent on  Ihe Incnm-j of
every person of flftouil hundred dollars
and over;
Two por eont Oil the assessed value of Wil
Land.
If paid on or nfter the 1st July--
Two-thirds of nne per donfc on lhe assessed
value of real estate;
One-half of one per CQIlt on the nssossod valn«
of personal properly;
Three-ipiarlurKof one tier eenl on tliu Income
of every person of llfle<.n Imndred dollars
and over;
Two und one-half per eenl on the assessed
value of Wild Land.
All person* whose luxes are In nrreai'snp to
lhe ;tlst DocCinhor, ISjII. are I'CflllOHlod to my
tho dnhio forthwith; or cosih will bo InoiuTed nl
au I'lii'ly date.
('. A. R.LAMBIjY
A«io8flor and L'ollootor for llio
Itoelt Creek Division of Yhle Dlslrlet.
Oovommonl OIHco, ■
Osoyoos,/ith January, IWii. td
SPOKANE FALLS
and
RAILWAY
Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway
ALL RAIL  TO NELSON, B. C,
Only through line to Nelson,
liastio, Kootenay Lake
and Slocan Points.
Daily (t'xt't'iil. Sunday) botwoon 8po-
kano nnd Nni-I li|wrt.
I'l-i-ivii'Vly   liotivoon Northport  andj
Nt'lsnli.
WU Nil NUltTIl                     OOING S0UTH|
11 lilt) a, in JJ AW'VS 2.20 p, in.,
OjtTu''K'iuyn,'i'luii's'lii'at,uiitt Saturdays, tralnt
will 1*111,1 lir.uiKli lo Noluon, iii-i-iviiiK nl .'lal'i p.m.
making close coiuiootlon with tho Htoiunor Nol;
huh foi- KiikIo i^u'l all bike ooiiiUi, arriving ot
ICuslo of ilioti 11.111. Hume diiys. ltotunilug, pan.
Hongora will ioiivo hike polnto nnd NoIhoii on
Mondays, Wodiiti&flajttoantl Fridays, arriving at
SpnltHiio samo ilny. "
PassongorS f"i' Kottlo lilvor and lloundiir**,
Credit connoot iilMim-iist witli Httiaoon Mon-.
ditj-w, Wiliicsiliij-H, Tlittrstlays, nnil trtdnys.
Km- THAU. OHKRK MINKS connoot at
Nurlliiiiiil with stfiao lino dully.
Km- Nukiiapitiiil Itovuistoko ooiinoot at Nortb
inni ivlili Inm t Ivodiiosdays and Saturdays,    '
FOR SALE
TN TIIK PPT LOCALITY ON TIIK VKU,
1 ' NON TuwiibIIii. 11 low ncro nnd linlf-iutjl
lillli. olllu'r ijill' l.niiiliiiK nr Kaidoulng.
Apply at tills ofllco or to
IAN MEYElt,
Vbi^on. II.C
Provincial Secretary's lice.
flth Junc.lB-vii.
HIHllON'OUUthe UniilcHanl-anvernor has
boon pleased to appoint :—
W. II(iWAKl) BULLOOK-WflnSTfl!., nf Osnynos,
Esquire, to bo ft Milling Iteeorder within and
for the Osoyoos Mining Division of the Yale
Distriet.
Wanted A Boy!
as an upjmuiMci* to. tho prjiitlng trade;
or one who ha.s already servod a short j Nanuimo
tet'tii,   Apply, Till'; Ai>VAN0U Oftl
COURTS OF ASSIZE.
Table Showing the Dates and Places of Courts,
of Assize, Nisi prius, Oyjr and Terminer
and General Gaol Delivery for the
Year 1895.
HI'ItlNO AHril/.r.H
Nuunimo Tuesday, 7th May,
Mew Wiintnu.i.H'lcr Tuesday, 14th May
Vancouver, Tuesday, 21st May
Clinton Monday, 27th May*
Vieinrju Tuesday, 28th May
Kamloops Monday, 3rd Juno.
Vernon Monday 10th June
'Donald Friday, 14th June
'Nelson   ^Vcdnc8day, 19th Ju«*fi(
FALL AHSIZKH.
... .Thursday, 2GLh Soptombor
 Monday, JJOth Soptombei
 Monday, 7th October.
 Monday, llth October,
Lyttun .................,...* Friday, llth October,
New WcHlminstfjr..Wediidsday, 6th Novembei;,
Vancouver Monday, llth November,
Victoria Tiiu-^ay, 19th November.
....Tuestwy, 2Cth Novapiboj*,
'Special Awlre • -alM-td-v .
Clinton...
ltiehlleld.
I Kamloops
Vernon METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
jUt 10 Long 116" 50
Altitude. l.KIHI foot abuve sua level,
ftnlnfnll for week, .77 of nn Inch.
yrEMI'EllATl'Ui: KOU  WEEK   ENDING  JULY    0.
Max.   Mill.
JuncM :  n     SI.5
Sul^*   I .v.'   71       14.5
"    a'i'i',''. '.'.'i, \'.'.','.'.'.'.'.'.'.	
"    I	
"    5	
112
54.5
4"
78
81
W
60.S
M.5
12.5
LOCAL AND DIS'i'RCT.
G. A. Guess, M. A. nf Filit'Vlew, paid
bis fliist visit tn Midway on Thursday
'last | before returning on Sunday ho
inspected some of the principal mines
iOTi Boundary Greek,
About a hundred mtui are prospecting in the neighborhood of Ohrlstliiu
Lake, and in the search for quartz
Jedges are gradually wonting in n
westerly dirertion towards Boundary
Creek. Let them come I Tbe number
of recent locations gives promise that
all at least wil) not be disappointed
when they visit oni' ramps.
Twenty three, represents the total
number of Ina! work's locations ut llui
Recorders office hero i thirteen claims
having been recorded in one day. Mr.
Mi'Mynn's post is tlici-fore no slnscure,
Jiis duties now keeping him busily engaged, not only for six, but seven days
fl week.
A sad accident occurred at Grand
Prairie on the 4th nf July. Mrs. Man-
ley, and Mrs. A. Manley, having with
,the.m a little baby, were driving tn the
race track, when the horses becoming
frightened, and ono of the reins hretik-
ing, ran away, upsetting the buggy,
the occupants being violently thrown
fo the ground, Mrs. Manley, uged
over 70 years, was the must severely
jnjuretl; and owing to her extreme age
fears are entertained for her recovery.
The accident cast quite a gloom over
,the tbiy's festivities at Grand Forks,
Messrs. Douglas, Atwood, and Wake I
are prospecting near Canip McKinney,
A fine specimen of nickel ore was ex- j
bibited at Ciinip McKinney Inst week !
by nne nf our prospectors ; it was in |
the form of n sulphide, and the ledge
fi-nin which it was taken is suit! to be U
feet wide. Further particulars of this
find wjll doubtless be of interest to j
many,
*
ThegQO-foot shaft on the Cariboo,!
Camp McKinney, now being sunk by
tho Butte & Boston Co,, which when
completed will prove the mine to a
depth of 280 feet, is steadily dropping
down. Tlio vein nt the bottom of the
shaft, and the quality of ore in the
vein, |s nil lhat could be desired. Beckoning from the stu-fnee, about one
half the depth hits already heenattuin-
Kighty fet'l was sunk before the
present work was commenced,
 1,,	
GRAND FORKS.
ll„»   Mayor,
■ lll|l,
MINING NOTES.
Joe Wallace came over from Trail
Creek on Monday last, and reports
having made in company with Geo.
Town, a valuable location, which Ibey
have named, the Empire, He returned
pn Tuesday.
Tbe road to Copper Ciinip was 0Ottli
ploted last week,
■The North Pork of Kettle River is
attracting much attention just now,
owing In the |fnct that two valuable
locations  b.'ive been made liy Meast-i,
W, Austin mid S. if. Klrklaud ; llio
Twins nud the Lily K. The ledges nee
SO feet wide, and the nssny v '"'ii* fnr
gold and copper are very satisfactory.
^Vitb some six or seven otlvi'i Me.
Austin went up tbe North Fork nf the
KettleTtl'-of, with llie Intention of
*mis-p"ctinu the ernnite licit, which is
about HO miles wide. The smith sideof
the belt, us Gnld Drop, and Stliitit k
Patterson's'Oiinips demonstrate, is replete with free milling propositions*
it is lliei'ffine quite possible thill we
shall next bene of new nnd valuable
gold disenveties nil the north side.
The Stmt byre Company, with headquarters at Montreal, has been re-organised, and are again about to eom-
ineneo operations at Fail-view. Mr.
Cameron, formerly manager of tbe
great, nickel mine al .Sudbury, Out, will
be'in charge, and il Is understood, he
is now on his way out, and mny be expected In iirris-e in Faii'view any day.
We tr.ust. that ere long Fairview will
be again a bustling mining ciinip.
Mr. T. Keutigh is developing tho It.
Bell, Suniinit Camp.
Owing tn the great increase in the
number of claims that, are being re-
Corded in the Kettle River Mining Di
vision, the list will be published weekly instead of monthly as heretofore.
A new townsite was located on
phetip Creek last week.
Work is to re-commence on the Texas, Graham Camp, Mr. E. S. Graham,
the owner, is prospecting in tbe vioin*
liy. .
Clement Vacher has st ruck the Lexington vein on the Jack of Spades.
S.ome'of the specimens nf ore brought
down last week, taken-from the new
vein, were very Hue.
Messrs. MeCullock and Sliiillenbei'g-
er located the White Elephant and
fhe Uuicon, in Stuart k Patterson's
Camp, last week. These two claims
(ire very similar; the ledges eneh being
8 fecf wide. The quarts, evidently cul*
pItiacloilB in chuiat'ler, is beautifully
\vhite in the vein, yet runs wu|l in
gold and silver.
Many surprises certainly are in store
for us ere tl\e prospecting season draws
to a close. \et when \ve Consider l|n*
extent of territory, and the enormous
bodies of mineral already known to
exist, we.otight not to be astonished
should we liaai' of precious metals
pther than gold or silver, having been
found in our district. Recently platinum and nickel havo both been discovered in the neighliurboood of Camp
McKinney; and we jtre quite prepared
to believe that ore bodies, Carrying
metals as rare, .-ind precious as gold or
silver, will be fouiu| In exist in paying
quantities here, when once il systematic analysis of ores takes the place nf
the present method nf assaying for gold, nod, silver only. Ii never
seems to occur tn some men that the
specimens that they gel assayed cnn
j'tiutiiin anything other limn these Iwo
metals lasl named. Perhaps some day
^hey wid discover their inytfiike,       ' ,
Cotobritlee the llli of July will, Ilorsc-
ltnces, Etc.
Although tho morning was cloudy,
anil Hi heavy shower of rain fell during
the day, (he slate nf lbe weallieis 'clued In have little effect upon lbe spirits
of the people; for never before had sn
enthusiastic, or so great a coucoiirsc
gathered together in llio history nf
Gi-nitl Forks, as wns present to witness
the sports held there iu honor of lbe
•lib (if July.
The track, which is a new one, is
beautifully situated and well laid oul;
yet owing to tin) ruin, it was found In
be rather heavy to permit, of fast time
being made, ur lbe lnenkingnf records.
The fit-sloven1 was tbe bnlf-milo trot,
best two in three, whicli brought to
lhe pole the following horses* Keight-
ley's Sorrel | R. A. Brown's Flying
Gyp; O.K. Simpson's Grey Joe; T,
McAuIey's Midway Ranger, Tbe Inst
named horse wns barred mil, tho local
sports considering that he moro than
filled the requirements nf the programme. This action on lhe part of
those having lhe management of the
races, occasioned sonic surprise, and
was conducive tn a good deal nf discussion, Keightley' Sorrel hud no difficulty in inking tbe first and second
bents, und therefore won the race,
Tbe next event was the half-mile
dash, fnr which live horses entered,
After a good deal nf scoring bad heeu
Indulged in, they got away, and it was
at once apparent 'hai tlie race was between 11. MuClung's Midway Bnlie,
and Eneas' horse Dentilralph, nnd lhe
race was won in the order named,
The quarter-mile dash hrmigh
five contestants. P. Clifford's Ok,
an Pete; Larahee's Ladyi Beauber's
Mautl;; S. I McClqilg's Midway llahe;
This was llie innst exciting race uf
the day, and the lini-d struggle foi- lirst
place wascilpliliptl by t'lilliml's Okanagan Pele, wilh Larahee's Lady a
close second.
The closing race.was one fm- boys;
que half-mile being the distance. The
first prize was captured liy a son of Mr,
F. Godliietlson, and the second by tl
son of Mr, lid. Warren,
The judges were Mr, J. Lind, Mr, P.
McOallum,.and Mr, 0, K, Simpson,
Mr, W. Austin acted as clerk of the
course,
111 the evening a grand bull was given, al whicli uver a hundred were pres
out. At midnight the guests partook
of a splendid eolation, the caterers being Mr. and Mrs. Wiseman of
Grand Forks Hotel.
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GRAND PRAI1UK.
out
n.-inng-
Tf-.E ARIZONA KICKER.
How   Ye   EUlhir,   v».in  |,
II' In...I i, llrotlm
Holl lagan Edltor.-WIillu a certain por
oonl ol the journiilbnlo trot Ity.uf this
Territory aao iluwu on Ilm iv,' r. anil
ncvor ;;:i.,s au oppprtunto lu give tie a
yvlsae. . ■•!• feeling toward llui niillm lot
is ii finliurly ono, nml m. ■,..,, always
cheerfully i lUlngto do a !■-.,.',,, ■ tlitor
nf"."i-.   I,,-;  v.-iak wo got v.- ,1 from
Brother IJau k of tho Pjuullill i.'ecm-tl-
or that things wora not going right with
him, Daybeforoyestonlay we mounted
ourimijomut rode uvea tu ace whip Iho
trouble was. Wo soon lutcortiiliji tl tlml lie
had lieen licked bo often tl .: ft.- ,.o.u\
lind all [lortorod oul of liis craw, He
started tlio Reconlor with Uio intention
of making it a rival of llie Kicker; hut,
mas, lie doesn't know one end of n gun
from ilu, ether and Is too weal: In tlio
unci; fora rough and tumbleflglit. When.
eve he (jas jjybljsbed a spii,-' paragraph
during llto pint six months, som io has
called at ihe office und wipo'd Iho floor
wiih liini and uitttlo him fool Hint llfo wu-
ii"! worth tho living. tjowiu oxnocllng
two 01' tlu-Oe calico, when wo got ovorthoro
nnd it didn't luke much tjoiultig iur
la'i-t in intiace litni to stand back and lot
lis lake a seat nt his editorial tuhlo, In
foot, ho hatl gone hoinoond gone to lied,
anil ia ivore running things, when n big
bufforof ii Icuiuslerntruok the ofllco to lick
thp editor for publishing an in in lotho
riieci Uml si.i.i i,*.i horeos wore going out
of Blylo ami bail sufforod iulwp iu prlooB,
Tlio llllffor didn't want i,, urguo the
inalli'i* in thi, and a rolraclloll.   IP* una
boiling ovor to lick somobod al ho was
no -minor Inside tho olllco than lie made n
dive i.i- us, ii,. piokod up ii hot Iron from
I1"- very blurt.   We hud him on liishaek
ftll.ll l!'"r fhly licked  in lens ihnnllve
minutes,nnd wo hail nu soonor let him up
thnii he ,tih-c-iiieii r.ir throe copies of the
Becordorand raid in iidrancc.
Wo had only got mir sooond wind whon
In eiinie a citizen of lhe town Inlici;
Brother Baboook, fnr saying there wore
ton ninny Millions In tho place. He didn't
know one itlllor's buck fnnn nnolhor, bul
when v, c wheeled on hlmnndprocmdod to
bump and bang Iho breath oul of his carcass Bitch a look of amazement stole into
bis face lhat wo thought ho was preparing
to tlr.ip dead. In the course of live hours,
which was all the tlmo we could spare
that day, fuur different individuals came
in to make lire. Baboook got down on his
marrow bouos nnd plead for mercy and lie
mopped ovor tho floor. Thorn vtera four
soptira.tc •md distinct surprise parlies, and
in each case wo came out 'eii top aiid so-
cured eaih In advance Bubrerlbovi, for tho
Recordor.   We smashed two knuckles on
DP AM) ITS CHINA.
ONE    OF   THE    FAMOUSLY   CLEAN '
TOWNSOFTHE NETHERLANDS.
lint Its Great Boat* !■ TUni It ii'm tlio
Hanieof the I'rlnoepf .Orange—A Typical
Inn—Hi tying iho Ft-urnm-i Ware—The
Leaning Tower of Piilft,
Tim town of Delft,  whence Ml this i
rliiijttwdPB 4X)i»«pl Ih one of tlio famously |
cluau (owns of ihu Nofljerlnnds, boing ■
ini-iii'd in  t!ic sou, thero contra! pari nf
lo'laud,   Ti;.- word "Holland," i -incur-
iv.ciiy used i / tho Engll^-ijppakingpeo-
pl*\ being in reality the iKiiiic of only one
|. nviiur <;f  tlio XclliiTlnnds.   T;.i," Eng-
ii b nml A.iirrNns have thtjs |n*t)roporly
;i.,u"i'"n,t't! ihe name ote provinco lo that
tifuwholo country, as bad a iniauilto ffl
-■   '•- land wom niUcd "Siirkox" or thu
I iiiicti;'i;i,rs".\V,v Voi-H.;'TI iso]d town
iri;. olh'i lion of rranarkalily cl an cnnnl.*,
o\-L'i>hailu\vpd .villi Ilnio li*coHtyitl Ixmlor-
ci. by thp cI-ptiuuM i-f clean briei Iionsog,
II • ■■ ■■■''• -r U>v ;iJj this doauplng being
'un Miud by tliopjvor Bchjo, whioh Howh
iniothoUivutAt pclfrfiavon,   Tho clean-
.I-- of iranj   i!' ilu ra  Uuicli  loww is
,; / umrvi'Jou?,   Tlioy am mi dean llnvi
■ .. detpcratloii  to do nny work
■ i   i i  itrir lluiitH,    \:r:>  ..  iravclem
.(■ | ivoji Vft'/iouu cxplanaib n   for liiis
■.:'i- nf i li imJiniifM existing ninong tlio
Uiitchj iho ell iiato,    tho almndanc i of
ivatorai d, tlio RUiiomliundftiiw t>l « rvniilu
liuvoall lnvn brought forward as cnusos,
:.;   ii i -. uifl in im- thai  thi in U a force
Sail; of all tluaaj elemonts which is ihu
.s'al eaiir'-j of this plionoinonon: it is duo
■■!:■ i'iy to iho itaniicramont of tin; Dutch
i-.],Io; (lioyaro mothodtcal nndclonuly
•y naiiiro, and honco thoy cannotstand
lyflilng that siniu-ks of oyob a susiiiolon
1 'irt.
F. Ii. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, B. ('
BOCK CREEK HOTEL . , .
MOUTH OF ttOCK ( RBKff.
3BC.   S»iti ti3X2.*aix- i-S"11--.   ^Mcer*"-
FuiST-CUBa  Accommodation  j-o.u QUKSTB.
GOOD STABLING
.t-'Kxi.ellia.l Hshlugon Kottlo illver..tfjr
ARMSTRONQ   HOTEL
I-I, KBYBS, I
rop,
GRAND PRAIRIE
KOTBL
QIUND Plt.URlE, KKTTLK KIVKR.
Good 8tock o
Liquors and Cigars
.   .   .   Uood Stabling,
PRICES ukasos.uii.i:.
mclaren bros., proprietors.
HI.Al'IWMITII  SHOP  IN  CONNECTION
Singes hoavo ovory Montluj- nml Wediioeilny
 for Marcus. Wash.
^
our right hand, but the pain ami n-iney-
anco '. en- iiioip |haii effsot by swiii{{ tlio
radical iieji-ui-enieiit wrought ill Ih'a.
Baboook, When ho camo over and Icarucd
what tve Imtl dono, he was a r.ow inan.
Wu put him up to a trick ur l-.vn in lhe
manly art, and boforo leavlughod the sal-
iafactiiin-nf Feeing liini vvalhip tlie proprietor of n poker-room, who laid cniled tn
Btop his paper and punch the ctliiorV
head. Wchellevo the Recei-dor man Iuu-
passod Iho Rubicon nnd will bu nil 0. K".
from this Ihaoou.htttsi.nio tiny nest wcoli
wo shall ride uver again aril /he him u
fow hexing lessens and leach him tlio use
of a ii'ii Iver. Wo will w
iniioli fnr any other alitor w
in" us. '.Ve havo always hel
ter should le en top, and,:!
luui lo ki inkle wi several
avei-flgt i* \- ay ahead cl' ihe
ruin' Meltois.—T).o I.oi.i
itllill al) ;
cill-
erots
week
town.
The ui
il e wpy,
for one
11:1111,   waa
I.V ll
•III Ptl
I lia' ci iter 11 tbe Kickt
toeing tn be Pennant r,
We    acknowledged    lhe
lliiiiK wo have rciiclm! o
II 111 get -lace wonri  |c ■'■:
lhe
(From mu-own oorrospondont,)
On Friday afternoon, June lhe 28l.li,
through the kindness of lhe teacher,
your correspondent again found himself attending the annual examination
at the Kettle River School, After
greeting a few friends, and enjoying
the smiling faces and iienl appearance
of the pupils, I settled down to the
multei'Ttif-fact liusiness of following
tlie proceedings of the afternoon; and
iiiuller-iil'-fact it, was, hard, dry, grinding from beginning to end, no child's
play, although conducted hy children;
antl I uin satisfied lhat much of the
work done not only astonished, hul
puzzled some of the audience,
An Interesting occurrence took place
towards the close of the afternoon,
Several of the pupils unostentatiously
gathered at the lower e.|itl of thoscluinl
room, formed a procession, and tip*
pi'oaching Iho teacher's desk, Alias
Louise MoEiven read the following address i—
Deal .Sir, l'Vienil, and Tenclier, II  is
with the deepest regret that we (earn
ol your departure from our midst, We
beg lo iiinke our acknowledgement of
your able, efficient, and untiring effort? 'o pi-omnlc iiur lies! interests,and
tu prepare us for that rough journey,
through which wo must, pass. Unit we
may he able lo lake our stand und play
our part oo the "great slage of life."
It Is our heai-lfel) wish Unit, you may
lie as successful in yotii' new Held of
labour, as yon have been in tills,
Please accept these slight tokens of]
our regard for you sand our heartfelt
prayer is, that God's blessing may t ver
attend you through life,
Presented by
'Pile ftipils of Kellle Blver School.
rin* presents consisted of a combined j
mirror,  a double  ink-stand, a   case
of writing materials, a handsome silk
kc.iiliiel', nnil a mosl useful housewife, I
With Mr. Jnhnsliiu's neat and appro*
nridte reply,,a very-enjoyable afternoon
lunounttod,
lu
nn a
ilnynrol tho (own,
prc-ideiit of Ihe Pul
nml several ollior lh
the Posl Olllee. Tin
is a tm an ninn from
is not in syinputhy w
liunain being excepl
lind one singli
does r.i-.t liule him f
feil jCOO In nny e
It was our '
him out in
lie sliil alii
of politic.*-,
slii.el ami f	
delivery window. \V
biin cr'', uml we bnvi
potlllulls I'l Wii-hil'i
romoMil ai il i lira]].,
We frankly admit
i we
el   ll.
it! ti;
ill
elf.
in il i
parly or any
If he can
a.vn whn
belief
We 1
nl al
man in tlie
skunk, ^^^^
y lie may none,
al wo could liocsl
bill nftor longyenra
ono l ftlu. hiy-lorics
licked lllm "li Il.e
throughtlm general
linroVmuglit to buy
tetil t iee different
a" I raying for bis
ll i
nlineiit:
thut we
nu Mn
I InoiU'OlT
iniill ii
ina- tbo
begun.
um
Uncle ftiin'i
we tire no ta
than \'.|icn wo begun. While ,■
to defetit ni.ii ilbii]foinlment, tv
ing lo bo u | hlloscpher about
havo left
ia handle
nllty, but
our hopes
fussing
ire try-
Even
B 	
Delft Is famous for other thini's besides
its china nni) its clennlinoss. In the Iirsl
iilnee, the i.-n-ut boast of Dolft Is that It
, i .he Inine of tho famous William of
llllllg,! ;ll,u (he scene of liis tinfortullalo
i-iiih, ami. secondly, it waslho blrtliplucu
f Hugo tie (it-(M)t, the glint statcgnutn
.I'd seliiilnr, wliMj) fanto is linked tn llnil
tt the neighbor-lug univorsity nf Iioydon.
Tho oololirtilpil Prinsonhof, which was
iho inlui" of William tho Silent, the
founder of Uuicli independence, isou tlio
Glide Dolft canal,
Opposite tlie Prineonhof stands tho fa*
•uc'tl -'(.Hide Kel'k," or old chin-cb of
. i'i. It bus a leaning lower which,
I.i!a by no means as marked OB that of
iie famous towor at Pisa, is still far
■nougli nut of plumb tn attract attention
tad Invite investigation, lls Inclination
as probably produced nccidonlully for
ho lowor is tall and hoavy and its bate
s surrounded by various cuu.-iIb, wliieli
venlil lend to wenken the Etablllty of ils
'oundnttons. Moreover, the Dutch have
hi tic: Ire to do such an iini'i-iliotlnx thing
-.a lo build a ohuroh wilh a loaning rteejile.
ii this old church is a incnuniout to tho
iiomoi'y of Admiral von Tramp, who is
li,. great naval hem of Holland,
ln ihe fiquaromarket-plucowhich lies to
lie ve-:!. ( f the PrillBCllllof slillllls Ihe
o-culltd Kimiwo Kork, or new cliureli
if IJelft, wliieli, although railed new, was
nilil in Ilia', nnd la in reality older tliau
i.iii'd clltirch.
In ihe open square which lies in tiie
'a c!c -\a:-kl between tbe Nietlwc Kerk
'1 Il.e Ptiullllllfi is a bronze stattlo ut lhe
'!:,...., ':i( colebrily of Delft, Hugo Grii*
Ins, ■ r HitgodoGroct. This /.'real Dulcli
rholiir was hern in 111 i - - town in 15:11,
lie (lay |..,'. ri. tlie assassin.ilien at lie
'•■incocf Orange. Heliccanieinvelved in
olllioal iiaaihles curly in life and was
iiiprisoncd for spvoial yini-s lint finally
cnjatl und beciinip evenlunily ilie Swe-
j !i;.-..a; ,..Ji,,.|i* i-'rarai, lu which sor-
Icobedied, His principal clidm to fame
i as lbe founder uf llie sciena1 ot intcr-
ali a.al law.
la n ia off the line of tlie conventional
bhiseer;  what, lew vision's It doos at*
aaa generally rundown there fm-the day
■om The Hague,   which  Is only a few
horoforo when wo Btop-
^^^^^^^^^^^^ pre.ci-.ce
tiitea sonr-alton in thul section
■a.   Our llltle inn evidently wus
ircd oflou   by tne ptisonea ,.f
The best rooms wereinmll and
kirk, wlill'.' the beds ware single, each
a.' lain,.; conmleloly onvolopod in curtain ( nl' heavy dark-colored calico. Kvery-
ibing   about   tlie   hotel, however,  was
scrupulously clean.    Wu ooiild not (led
iny one who was nhlo  to lllHierslnlid the
,ni| lcsl licgliah; even our best G
Qood Accotnniodal ion,
Hest Liijiioi-s und Cigars.
First-Class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
GRAND FORKS
HOTEL
KETTLE   KMVEr^,  H.C.
Stages to Marcus, Wash., nnd
Mldtvay, B. 0.
ENDERBY HOTEL
II. Vi. WniQHT, I'ltoi*.
:-:   ENDERBY, Ji C.   :-;
l.ivcry la Connoctlon.
Kirst-elnss accoinmodallon for C'onuniirclel
Travellers.
Hunting and Fishing in nbuudanoo ihroiigN
tills district.
Patch Horsta ami Ouldofl
mon mi ibortosl nnl ice.
b furnlihod to Bpnrla-
Every Attention Given to Guests.
J. L. WISEMAN, Prop.
MARTIN   BROS.
LEADINO IlOb'SI-: FOR
Hapdwape, Stove, Tinware, Paints, Oils
and Glass,
"V"ex»3M.OMt, Ft. G.
FOR SALE
i!itt Delft wo found tlml
at   hoi
eel n.
lie
I'll.,
Die
Igeut re- j ( n
ernian
Annul'
a- lh
OKANAGAN MISSION,  B. C.
This is n siileniliilly finished house inside
and out, almost new, wilh good stable and out
buildings, is centrally located in the valley
and commands a good trade. It stands on Uh
imvu grounds of hyi! nnd nL half acres ill extent
and is a good iiivc.tniont.
ALSO A FIRST-CLASS
BLACKSMITH SHOP
with
COMPLETE OUTFIT OF TOOLS.
This buililiiiL,' Is two Htoruys high and Rtiniil*
on Its own ground ot half tin ucro in extoui, tuxl
\* in a coniiimtiditig bualnoaa imsition,
Kou Terms Applv to
I). NICHOLSON,
Okanagan Mission,
FAIRVIEW HOTEL
GEORGE J. SHEEHAN, PROP,
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STABLING
Camp Fairview, B. C.
Gilberts Resort,"
OKANAGAN LANIILNG.
MoAULSJT  Aa PltANT, Peop*.,
HUNTING, FISHING, BOATING.
'ft.OUOl'UHI.Y COMFOUTAHLU.
—Fii'Hl-elans-
LIQUORS and GIG A R S,
LOUIS,
lAll orders promptly attended lo;—
Grand Forks, B.C.
GOLD COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
Osoyoos Division of Vnle I)U«
trict.
All placer claims and louse holds tn this distriet gaily heli! may he laid ovor from the 1st
uf November, 1891, lotlie Isl df June, 1895.
0. A. It. LAMBLY,      ' • f
Osovoos, II. C, Oold I'oiiunlssioner.
!iilh Oelolier, ISM.
NOTICE.
T HEREBY Kivn nutico that I liiivo tuls tlilrtj
^ day of Juno laken charge of twolVO head of
hug*, under the provIfllOHBOf thu " Mischievous
Animals Act," for trospas-glng upon mid dainaK-
Ingiuy crops, and further-, tliat tho Mime wilt
lie sold by me in ttCCOttlailGO w itli the proviHiiiiiH
of the eold Ael, providing the same ure not
reclaimed and all damages and expenses paid
hy Hie owner nr owners of Die animals.
A description of the animals in a^ follows i
Three while sow*, foil'; spotted hliyknnd white
sows, ttu'ee spoiled hlaek n.nd white harrows,
two black harrows, all yeavUngs.
K ltUCKI.K,
Grand 1'rairio,
l)a',«Uhjs third day of Juno, 18!>5.
A   Ut
inipln wants  known.   Inmrini
i waits, In
ill full Into
lltivo done,
Dimelod to
post < Dices Louie in iiim wp'
ihe coujva cf timo thin plumv
our IinudF,  tui other plums
and iVM'uiiifr this we lmvo o
Iniild an addlilQii to tho Kicker office
to Itr utwl h.i o posl ofllco,  Nothing Is ion
good for an pililor, and tho editor who is
not oonstunntly rcaclilng oni nftor tlm fat
things of llfo (Uwnvs to oml ills days In
the poorhotif.o.-—M. Qutul.
I,.tnd uinl Wnter'I iirycld,
A Irleyele wliieli euii bonmtlotO travel
oither tm land or wntor Is tho Invontlon
of a nmnbtirggonlufiiiaiiictl Uuorgo Plnlc-
orir. The ii'iieiiine Is so lill'go ami heavy
that no Bitch speed can bo gotton out of
It as la mndo overy day upon the boulevards, Imi lien Plnkorl thinks ho has
(VCCoinpllHhuil much in doing nine and
rum-fourth nii'es an hour on land and
M'Ven and ore-half en the wionlh Blirfiicfl
pf a rlvor. Hi' irieyi'h- hns motor wlnvlx
fifty tiiree Inchofl In diameter ami nearly
twenty lnel.es tlilek. They ,ire made of
shoot Iron, ami mv divided Into three,
wator-tlglil oomparlmeiils, which nro
nihil with air, on iho outside ol Um-m-
whirls are flange boimls nboul fuur
inelies wide by HJVPll and mu' half in
length. Tlie Bteerlng wheel Is ahout a
yard in <liaiiieter;unl sixteen Inches tlllok,
nml has two wnlor-dghl coiiiparlnmiits,
The beds hav rubber tiros which allow
thein to run on IbihI. The vvliolu maohlne
weighs ujioul 810 pounds.
Any Jury Wiuilil Convl-ni Him.
"Young man, what right have you to.
kiss my daughter on rjiieh short acquaintance f"
"Whal proof,   sir, have you that I have
done any sueh thing?"
"No positive proof, young man, but thnt
hairpin in your mustache Is strong cir-
cumstantial ovldouco.'1
■ llir ^^^^^^^
norniiift ii,\ hearing a m
loor in oxcollonl Iflnglls
'.'•"iiii! have tea orchocolal
On   friiiiy   to   (lm
found ;\ rweot,   brlgli
Wittfl- ^^
lu his headf
Mrs. Blg>vl|
working mil i
break Ibe bank
Vt-ry   Mluily,
Hasn't your husband got wheels
-I guess he hns.    He's
now rouletlo system to
'vonod in Hie
.;■ ;.rk at the
whether wo
for breakfast.
breakfast-room wo
__^^^^,^ -faeed, inlelli;:eut-
touKlilg DU'th girl who suit! lhat she wai
■'.-.{■ nitre of Hie proprietor of Hie inn;
I lini hoi* aunt had sent for her lo attoud
;is and serve as guide to tho town us long
as wo stayed,
On leaving our Inn in the morning Wo
walked slralght lo the nearest cliiun
■■tore to buy Delft wan'. Shades of Dolftl
Wo wefnoltorwl iho common Japanoso
-.are whirl: hitti Illlod our own shops for
c:\.\i to i' ■■ fill! n> I t'ing heller nml mere
iovoJ tin i [lelh ware, Kinally, wo
lieti'.'iif'l in gi fling t-ouio original ware,
nit we .V""' vt-L■■.'■■■[-.'.'. rather suspiciously
• pnthuMy as ft ii.g i liber foebliHuludcd
r very e-.cei trio,   Wo visiied alra the
■ ollorle^ wi inh nro- Iwgipningtobo again
tho rhow-pluren "t' tin town,
On" New Yui'l. Duuh girl pvovedan oi-
i'l'iicii' guide, for witbliereaivwi learned
much of IJelft nml Us ousli i.e. Hero, on
;'" odge '.f lhe town, wo found tho groat
!' l/.cchnlctv hool yC-Knglneorli:^, v! Ich
i Mm niil  miiit:u'>  Kohool of Holland,
■ ,!■ I on fin' Din eh >"■ Hi Isiaiighl to ililii
".■nit,-; ilie mo, Th;p study - f civil culm -'in.; i.-; Hum ^;\ry In Um uxislolico of
.(oliuiul, ,-. I'tii.niiT tii.i: Jii*> ::i givul |iartj
'kjIow the level uf ilu.' rea musl be
Liuvdud, il .ii it may uol be swepl from
, a ',, - 'i.-.ti;,. This no.llon wnn taken
\:'.. ;: ) ii'ih i! nl llie Netherlands to sjivu
.ir coiiniry front the Spanish in the six-
it mjh century,
Many ef lluvo dykes woro so oxponslve
to build Ihnl H.e Biinvropwwontfl iho valuo
i)f unjiiiUtO 'uunnnt of nms.'ive eopppr
Holland [faforlross; Its mills aro Its tow-
ursj it.-:e ^luidiHlR-fy/oltsgalei; I hul I uida
Iho advanced furls; ami, like a true forts
,',;.s, ii filioMii Lo, i:.; tid enemy, tho Fea,
,..!y,:.i' lopsof, [tfl belMwW.'/,; ^nd iho
fool's of ils houms if! deflanco tMi'lderi-
top.—J, HijWy Adams, \n t,he 1'et^rsou
fllagazlno.
i%
'"   i
m
County Court Notice.
SITTINGS of lhe Ciuiuly Court ot Yule will
ho holilcn as follows:
Al. Oaoyooa ou  Kridny, Mil Atipit, ISMj
At Midway un Moutlny, 12th August, 1805,
nt the hour Of eleven oeluek in the fnrenu'.iu,
Hy Conuiiand
(,-. A. It. I.AMIII.V.
It. (J. C.
GOVBRKMBNT 0KK1CB, OflOTOOS,
lllh Mny, 1KB.
NOTICE.
MINEEAL ACT, L801,
♦
Oortlfloato nf Iiniirovcniciits,
NOTICE,
I'lNTKiii'itiKu .\|i.vi:it.vi,, CSLA4H,
I'sylnitfii
in.
Wool-:
of iiromli
VV.n I'.
in li,!!.'.
Ii.l ll, mi,,,,.
ion sued fur broach
ailn.il.
Yule III
,1,111,,,,
I     fi-
A LI, I'l'.ltSONS are horoby enntionwl ngnlnst
buying, (leiOiiiK witli, nr holding, wil limit,
my wriiien authority, any tinlltte lininded J
willi "ilowlop" cut uu, or bnindeil 0 wilh
" dewln(i" cut up.
No one lias or had any authority to sell of
deal with such stock, or any horses or uiiiinnlr,
belonging to the MeCoiuioU raueb, Iiniiiil
Pmlrlo, Kottlo lilvor, or nny increiise thei-ool,
(-hntlels iisuil therewllh.
I, the uniler.*!^ii(..il, nni, nml 'always have,
heen, llie owner thoroof, hy duly llleil Hill of
W»*
My written authority should he demanded of
anyone atloluptlng lu deal with such stock,
horses, nnimnls, ur ehiitlels, ami nny persumi
buying ur holding my Btoak without such writ-
ti.iiiniiliuriiy.as aforesaid, render lhciuso|vei, ■
lliilile lo proooodiiigfl ut law.
i^, l» UAVBV.
MINERAL ACT, 1891.
Oortlflonte «f Improvoiuonti^
tho Kottlo Hlwn MiniiiK Ulvlfllonol
■fol, nnd lullollllllg llie KIiik Siilumi'ii
he llnil ll In I'liuiier (-|ltll|i.
NIITICK Ilinl  ive, J. K. Iluss, agent,
__ inlnei-s eerillleiiic Nn.   Will, und  |i|.|j
Iiu Mellue, free Inlllcrt eerllllenle No. .'ililii,
illl.'II.I,  Sixty lint- ll'i'll  lhe   dale   hcl'in',   In
apiily In Hn1 Knlil (•iiii.injs.lniier fnr n eeriill-
enle  nf  tlUUrOVOIIIOIllB,   fnr    llle   |nir)lilsi*   lit
olnntnlngn L'rown liruni uf ilu- n,bovotualm,
Anil (III'Ilier luke llOtlCO, thai  lldverse elliilns
must bo soul in ihe Gold CQiniiihtslonor nud
nel ii.n ediiiiueiieeil  liefure llle issilltnee of slleh
eel'lilliilleuf ilnlll'iiveloellts,
Hilled Ihislllli ilny of April., fv'li,      iipj-Hni
NOTKM':.
I'lllit'lTV UK 1'AIIIS JIlNKItAI. Hl.AIM,
iltuats at Control Oainp, Kottlo Hivvc MiniuK
lulenisirlii, H,r. .      n.
'TAKK NIITICK thai  1, .lolin .Slovens, trim
.i.i..l"i.M',.r.".,|,',|:l,'ll''-'u'.N"-.'\l?ll|..'|u-'»)-"i-l'.
IM agont tor thp
lleiuy Uliil,   "
FOR SALE
160 Acres of Land.  All Meadow.
BKTU; KICN Sixty nnd Seventy Acres Clenred
aud Untitled. Six miles ivoin Ciinip Mo*
'-''    Ono Mllo from waggon road.
Apply ADVANCE Ol'MCE,
bjiuioy,
NOTICE.
-Woll, I  expeeted  my ronrpe
Ufiu to cost me Bomotlliug,
In lhe undersigned's band of cattlo there in
a stray rod stoer, which joined Iho band In tho
full of 1803. Urand, capital P, on rit{hl ribfl
split in right ear. Owner can have tl*e hny-l
by paying expoiiBoa ami proving owuonhiu
withlii thirty days, othorwiBO ihe bcnul will be
Bold, MACKA\ '.XUIH.M.
Kettle Hiver, June 1st, IMi;.,
f Matihliw iJuifer,
froo minori certlttoato No,
Hd.nbttj dan fnnn Iho date lioroof
tn apply lo the Cold Uommlflilonor for a eorliil-
oato of linprovomonte, fnr the iiiiriHwnaf obtaining a i 'v<iwn grant nf ihe abovo elaim.
And further take nolke, thai tulversc clalinB,
musl bv .sent to ilm Hold OoJumtsnonor and
action cpiiyuoncod boforo tho luuratioo ot luch.
ii'i-tilleiLleojiii'iprovenieiitK.
Dated this third day oi Juno, 1805.
NOTICE.
Tiih Uncoln MiNfiaAL CUAWt
SltuatoatCouUal.C p, Kettle Hiver Mliiliin
DIvlKlon, YaleliWrletji. V,
TAKK N'tVfK'K that, I, John StOVOtlB, fr»
loiaeis ccrlilleale No. i15,'Jtti, for uiy**'ll
aiiuiwngpnl fin-lbeeMale of M/lihia- Ui'.i.i.:
and Henry White, free miners eertlllenlc No
57000. intend, BJxty days ftbin the dale hereof
apply to the Hold Commissioner for a ecrliii-
ea,U)Of tin pro VOniOIl bB, fur the |iiii-|ni..i' of obtain
iftka Crown grant of Lhpabovo claim*
Andfnrlhe! lakonotloo, thai kdvCtHO cluiuir
Mill: f  I" KJ   Hill    111    th''   (llllll    ('olOlllihSilllll'l'   Hii'X
action coini)ionoo-i\ boforo the if-suancc of imuq
oortlflcntoof Improvoiuoiils,
ll.o«':| 'iii- ihilJ'l.r. n[ .liyy, \Kl\ PVBITIC'SJIBLTING,
It, AppllcablUty tn Iron and copper
Sulphide Oroe.
HY .1. P, I1AIII.AN.
[' iicticul application has demonstra*
ed in the past few yens, beyond a
it, flu* advantage .-mil feasibility of
■ Pyritic smelting of sulphide ores;
■ ..iiit-lt is the ml nf smelting ores hy
til ?,ing tlif fuel qualities nf their
luistiblu element!., thei-ehydispons*
.. io a great extent  wilh carlionn-
eeous material."
We can readily recognize the greal
-aving thus made by tbe nge of metallic sulphides'as fuel in Hn- lilusl  fur*
• ice rather thnjj coke or ranis aH'i'll
. a in tlio new uii'llioil ltlslni|iossilile
■ lo altogether withoiil eai'lioniiceuus
fuel, of which from 1 to i per cent is
ployed.
Illsllllllc.'.l. SKETCH.
■ i John Hullway's experiments lire
... I irgely indebted fnr I ho origination
lipllido smelting,   His i.lca was In
!l lbe sulphide (ini   ii   a  inodifletl
Iii     ain-i- convenor, using just  Sllfllri*
Melons material i" "slag off" the
loiiidii nf Iron,   The neeessary teui*
i .11,11* was niniiiliiliietl lo   Introdiic*
lie iiittiii niollen hiilh nf sulplildes
ilulncd in ibe ciiiivi'i'toi'-shiiped fur*
nni ■*.  This bull], and lliu manlier of
- .mincing tin' blast, being essential
.    oth of the llollway system.
■ nne years later, Austin, Ii:**! con-
rived llio idea of subjecting (lie sill*
ill le In ii liol,.ail- blasl ;   using a c -
mon cupola furnace, antl siiperheallng
•lie air with a hqt-lilaat sldve, whicli
laugh sinni'u-lial cimiliei'soine, an-
itvcred every purpose.
Tho evolution, however, of sulphide
"melting luis not lieen brought nlioul
by lhe efforts of out' or two Individuals
only shut ils perfected stale to-day is
flue to ihe combined ingenuity ami experimental study of many. The original theory has not been improved upon to nny considerable extents hut the
furnace apparatus and const rod ion is
,, j-'iiiueh supia-ioi- to the plans adopt,
ed by the original or.
ADAPTABLE (HIliH.
,\a the name Implies thesu smelters
are constructed for the tretitii|e||t or
pyritic. or sulphide ores, lion, copper,
and even arsenical pyrites, under proper conditions will burn nnd smelt. SI-
liciotts ores are desirable lo produce a
necessary slag consistency, and to neutralize excess pf iron.
Tlie huso of the product of these
smelters is copper, and the icon that is
not "slagged off "goes into the product, Now we know Hint copper bus
a much greater affinity for other previous metals than is the case wilh lead,
therefore, with a copper itljjtaljl of a
lead base, a liti-gcr proportion, amounting to (IB per cent and over, of gold and
silver i.s saved by Ibis process,
BBLPWUES AS FUEL.
Iron pyrites is a combination of two
elements, inni ant] sulphur. These two
elements' may be disassociated, anil
each when combined wilh oxygen,
piake a fuel equal lo coke. Tbefiillow-
ing processes ace used lo obtain Ibis
result:—1st. There must he an external source of heal supply. This is obtained liy producing a hydro-carbon or
oxidizing flame hy steam und petroleum, or wood niny be siibstitiite.il; by
lbe llollway, or I lie Engelhach k
Bi'othoi'ton met hods of superheating
ail'.
■ 2nd. Thero nnisl be an igniting or
smelting teinderalure before the " try-
us," If the nil- blast bias nol lbe necessary Iempernturr, tbe molten pro-
ilinl lii'Ciiiies "ciiilleil. Willi a right
temperature, the Ignition of lbe sulphides takes place in the furnace,
: Hid. The ore musl be in lump form,
ui- bricked if a concentrate, Tllat, is, it'
must lie in a separated stale in the furnace, to allow the hot blast to penetrate up to lbe ores.
iiii. There must bun right combination of comhustihle, linsic and silici-
nus, ores, in order lo fi-jtalilish un exact
smelling medium wil html a waste of
caloric energy ; or llie excessive wasting of slag materials,
In fact a careful analysis of all
pres submitted foi- treatment is necessary (o itisiiro tigitiust. partial "i- com*
: I la failure. Hy judiciously mixing
Ores lacking in lhe necessary elements
ivilh those currying Ihem in excess,
tlie smelting ini'illiun can always lie oh-
tallied with lliu aid of little or tm car*
boiiaceoufl fuel.
(To be Concluded in our Next.)
THE ISLAND lltllN'i AIN QUAUTZ
HIKE.
Ore to lie Treillril liy III*'Cyiiuldo Proqell
Prom one of our exchanges wu glean
lhe fad Iiiul ill Insl llie cyanide pen
aess of extracting gold frcmi oro Is tube
pul ton practical tesl io this provinco,
Tlie Island Mountain mine, In Oarlhou,
up,ni which a sum »f $125,030 lias been
expended in vain attempts to work refractory ore hy a free milling process,
is llje Iirsl property Io receive any
marked attention from the agenl of
llu- .Mc.\i(Utii'-l-'iuresl Co. Now, no
doubt, mutters will mend theiusclvoi,
for wo are told he has already solved
the problem of extracting 1)5 per cent,
of the lire assay vuluia/il' llle ore,
We bad rather Hint I lie Iirsl cyanide
plant bad been creeled in tills, (llslrlcl,
as we believe ..,(,mc nf ! be hits Io lie
found lieieare pariIciilarly adapted In
il'ia mode nf trenlmetil ;  yel, at Ihe
■ iiia time, it pre heller Hint such
eiiubl be creeled tiiivwhere in lbe pro*
viine, I ban that no opportunity should
be given mining men of witnessing the i
practical working and results "f thi-
much-talked-nf method of extracting]
precious metals from ores. Should the
plant and experiments lo lie carried ou
al ihi' above mentioned place prove a
success, then we have no hesitation in
Baying that before another year has
passed, nol one only, lint many Buch|
plants will lie in operation io British
(.'oliiinhia. What is greatly tp be wondered al, is lb" fact Ibal tip to the
pie.-i ill lime, noeflort had. been made
Ly lbe predion ol' planls at mines
throughout the country, to prove the
practical utility of Hie process. This
may, perhaps, be explained when il is
slaled Ibal each year Iho Company
spend ipany thousands nf dollars defending iln-ii patenl rights;money that,
were Hie patent rights nol io qii'Mllon,
might be spent in greal ndvanluge by
(lie erection cf plants at Iho several
mines the owners of which ure desirous
of ndopllng Ihis tnulliod nf extraction,
but wlm are prevented from lining so
Hiving In llieir pecuniary cit'CUIllsliin*
ces, Customs planls in favorable localities, whore large bodies of oro of u
siiilalile eliuraeter iare known lo exist,
Bhould be n prollttthle Invoslnient,
Theduvolnpmcnl ami prosperity con*
sotinenl   upon  ibe orectl if such
works would be Incalculable both to
thodlslrlcl. in which they were located,
and lo l|jc province ill large,
HON VOYAGE.
(Hall lbe ploasnnl gatherings fur
which .Midway lias now become famous, perhaps none lias been more interesting lluin lbe one which took place
nl, I'ahiicrslon Hull, on Saturday, June
lhe 20th, when tin- parents, friends,
and scholars of Hie Midway public
school tendered ll farewell parly to
Mrs. Miicdoliuld, Hie occasion being
tlie ad ven I of the midsummer hnliduys.
Tlie hall was beautifully decorated
with eveigreens, flowers, mottoes, nnd
cultivated plants; nnil Hie decorations
reflected greal credit on Ihose who ban
spentso much lime nnd trouble, upon
their in tislic nmtngcuicnt.
Al lhe end of lite ball was erected a
raised plalform, upon whicli lhe .school
children were sealed. Al 8 o'clock llie
stinior scholar. Eddie Melville, read au
address of welcome i after whicli reel*
latinos nud other exercises were rendered by llie children, and received
with applause, The youthful clinic*
man then came forward, and offered
the  following presentation address:
Dear Teacher,—Vacation bus conic;
and before sepernling, wn wish Inshew
our appreciation of your work, as also
to give expression In lbe kindly feelings ive entertain towards you person
ally. Vou began your duties here under discouraging circumstances, as we
were few in numbers, antl .some of us
bad not been lo school for a long I line.
Owing however to your perseverance,
patience, and kindness, we havo made
rapid progress, Apart from your da*
lies, ynu have been ll, ire In us than a
teacher, ns outside of the school-room
ynu have taken a deep interest ill
everything thul pertained lo our happiness and general welfare, We assure you, Mrs. Macdonald, we appreciate you as one teacher, our friend, anil
for your very excellent, kind, and
Christian character, As a token of esteem, and ns a souvenir, we beg your
acceptance of this gift from ns, and as
we offer yon the same, we wish you n
safe',iiil pleasant, journey bnnie, anil
sincerely hope you may'return to us,
feeling much Invigorated liy your troll-
earned i-esl. (applause).
The gift was a beautifully bound volume of Bryant's poems,
.Mrs, Macdntiabl, upon rising to reply, niQstheartily thanked lhe little
ones, as also nil present for theii' marked expression of appreciation of her
services. Shu wished llieni In believe
thai she felt grateful for the kind ant!
thoughtful assistance she had always
received frum thein in llie carrying
out of her work; a wiii-1-, which, she
could assure thein, was not only of duty, hill, of love. Words could not, adequately render a line translation of her
feelings. She would therefore beg
them to accept her best wishes for a
joyful holiday, aud bid llieni good-bye
with the hope that soon she might
meet litem again, (npplaise).
The i est, of llie evening was devoted
lo games for llio little ones, ami progressive euchre for tho elders. Tlio refreshments, whicli were provided by
parents and friends, were both plentiful nnd excellent,
Among Ihose iiiio Look nn active
pail, and In ivhtllll I hunks are due,
may l.u mentioned, Mrs. Lundy, Mi*,
Melville, Miss McAuley, Mr. Huns, antl
Mr. McNicol,
S,   A,   S Ji A T F O l\ I),
DRY popilb AND A.m.LlNEI-J*,
V ii K ?*, () N.
The Only Store iu the City that Has a Compjete Line of Ladies' Goods.
In DRESS HOODS we have an immense ussorLm.iql, with »H Uic Latest Tiitn*
tilings lo match.
In Ml 1,1,1 XI'IHY we are sure wc can please ynu, as wo have a first-class
milliner, and can give you Hie latest io tiio„e goods ul piices never before heard nf.
OurDHESSMAKEH Ims lind lurgo oxperlonco at the business, aj,d n perfect l|! is guaranteed
nrovtilhig you semi ihe corroot measure.
Remember m- carry everything that a lady requires, and iuu tsivc yon monoy if you scml your
orders in ua. Send une to-day and he convinced,
TKISMS CASH WITH 0101K1I.
QAMPBELL BRQS.
Importers and Manufacturers
of All Kinds of
ds-6ni VERNON, H.C.
*■—" ■-— .--I*..........'.---.—■■ — ■ -- -T -—"  ~m""       """   '•■"■■■—™
Armstrong Sash and Door Factory.
Al.l, KINDS HI''
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS, ETC, ETC.,
Manufactured on the Premises nnd Kopt in Stock.
Write for Prices to
N. McLEOD,
ARMSTRONG, B. C
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| Railway, Mining and Agricultural \.
Centre of the Kettle River
Country.
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ID WAY
The    F-ul tbxa/x-o
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Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
FOI! PARTICULAB8 APPLY 'I'D
W.H. NORRIS, o„ ,o R.C. ADAMS,
Midway, V>. C. Montreal, I'. Q.
iii
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Slip
B- •'!"
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iiiaai-aj   .jai-j:   ,|, ,ft   r,    ,ijU„.oi   fti'~ a'i
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le Yernon Livepy
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Having taken over lhe stables of Gallagher i'i Stevenson, and thoroughly ovei
hauled and leliltcd the premises, I am prepared to meet the demands
of lhe public.   I have on band a, complete stock of new rigs,
(double and single) for public iise, and also a gout1 lot
of well broken carriage and saddle horses.
Tourists desiring to sec tin; country would do well to call.
M Single Dpiygps,      good Itai Erivops,
Good Saddle Horses.
Ladips' gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses.
Horses boarded by the week or month (box stalls If desired).
Horses broken to harness, and horses nnd cattle sold on commission,
Dealer in hay aud grain, tVholesale and retail.
Cos-Jiei* OH st.Zi.-tt.t lio^ia laLUSxJ. Tx-ciaaj.rjcoiE. £3^x**e*e>-fcai
W. GARDNER, P„o,.,„.,,-o,i.
A 3iNCH FUMF
Will Work at .50 Feet or 300 Feet.
Complete witli Pipe and Brass Working Barrel
Will Sell the Same Cheap Fpr Cash,
Af,L   KINDS  OF
Hardware and Stoves
Cheaper than tlie Cheapest I
Better than the Best I
AT THE STORE OK
W. J. ARMSTRONG
HARDWARE, TIN AID STOVEMAN.
•VURlirOM-, B.C. X>. O. Bok,127.
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L't4
Victoria,   S.  O.
AGBICULTURAL MACHINERY.
SOLE AqKNTS FOR
Brantford 1 Binders i and % Mowers
THE IIKST IN Till! MARK1.T.
A Fui) Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows &c, &e.
WAREHOUSE AT VEIINON.
•C. F. Costeirtou, A.g-©ixt>.
BANKMONTREAL
CAPITAL (all paid up),.
RBST	
..$12,000,000,
..    6,000,000.
Nil! DONALD A. SMITH, Pres,     HON. GEO. E. DHUMMOND, Vice-Prfi
E, S. OLOUSTON, Gbnkrai Manager
SAVIKTO-S  BRANCH,
HATH 01' INTEltliST AT PfiESENT 3) PER CENT,
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.
Brunches in London, Kng., New- Vorkaud Chicago, and in nl! the principal citl; |
in Canada.   Uuy and Sell Sterling Exchange and I 'able Transfers,   Grant
commercial and travelling crediis,available in any partof tho world.
Drafts Issued.        Collections Made to all Points.
llltANCIias IN BRITISH COLUMBIA 1
VANCOUVER    -    -    NEW WESTMINSTER.
VICTORIA
fci'iioi| Branch
NELSON
G. A.
P,
XOBXiO'WItr.A.
f
Hs.     Hs.     ns.     Ha
ft       TS       TS       T,i
The GARDEN TOWN of Ii. 0., and the natural
Shipping antl Distributing point for the famous
Hi     Ols^xiatig-aLix "Valley
This new town affords the best and safest investments to lie found in llriiish Columbia.
The smallest size being o0*il20 feel
Town Lots      with 10° foi-t av™,ics ,,n(i 2° m
lanes.   Acre blocks from 6 Acres up
wards.
I'llll  I'ltlt'KS APPLY TO
BARNARD  LEQUIME,
AGENTH. KELOWNA
(dto Wi !'• Megaw'aSloi'o,
i'oHt'oiiiccHtixi:.;
Notr. This slablo will bo run RtrioUy (Irat-oltia tn ovory particular.  My drivers aro nil (ij&o
kand ({oiitlo tltsposltian, and tho moat tluvublo Blocfi tho inarliol ran pratluud Spoolul attontion
!u liiiiisiunl Innlc and lo bi ni vl rrs,
t§. All kimls ,)f heavy teaming promptly attended to,
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON, B. C.
MURPHY & FAULKNER, Props,
; FMI:
Hutchison $ Davidson, Proprietors.
Flour and a!! ki.rls of Fassl always in stock.
Rolled Oaf;, Oatmeat, and Cornmsal.
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.
;Corner Barnard Avenue and Vance Street, VERNON, B. C,
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER,
First Class Accommodation,  Good Stabling,  Terminus of Stage Lino
from Jlacciis, Washington.
McAULEY & LUttDY, Proprietors.
MINERAL ACT, 1891.
Coi'tlfloate of Inipioveiiiciils.
NOTICE,
I'litivniKNTi! Mi.nkiiai. Claim,
Kellle
ver MbllllU ilil'isiiili
Pravlitotii'o Cani]), i
■n-'AltK NDTK'H llllll, 1, T. It.
i     III)' lll.v Utflll
Silnale I
Vule   IllatrlOt,   ill   III
liniiii'lary Mountain,
liultcr
ll, C, He II. Ilrei'lil, (ret llllll*
WI, llltcpd sivtv days fnnn
Hieilnlc licrrnf, In iilllily'lii llietlnlil t'lililliiis-
iiluiier far n cortlllcftlt nf iuiprovoiiiontB. for
llie inll'liea,. nlisiiltlliinull 1'rinvii tll'lllll ill llle
abovo claim,
,',n,l fllVlhCI' l.-lkr llnllee, tltlll llilvcrsi! clllillis
i,in-,1, lie seal la ilm Held t-(iiiiiiiissiniicr iiial
„. lien eiiaiiiiiatci-il before ilu- latitmco olsucli
e .riilleille (if ilnliriivi'liiellls.
liiili.llliialiliiilKVdfMal.lXC
No Trouble or Expense Spared  to Make Guests Comfortable.
Strictly First-Class and Qharps Moderate.
Best Brands Liquers and Cig-ars.        -       ••       Good Stabling:.
GKB0.   EE.   S3S»K,O"0"X.SS,
BLACKSStiBTH  AND  WHEELWRIGHT.
HORSESHOEING  AND GENERAL REPAIRING.
Feed Stable Run in Connection With Hotel.
Opposite Golden Gate Hotel, FAIRVIEW, B. C.	
GOLDEN GATE HOTEL
Q, O, SHU^gON, Pyop.
l'"A ill VIEW, B. C.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
Tbe Kettle liver Stage Line
Running over the MAIL ROUTE
Detween GRAND FORKS and PENTICTON.
-.*....
Leaves Penti,c1,ori on Thursdays at 6 a, m., arriving at, Grand Fork^
on Fridays, at 6 p. m.
Leaves Grand Fai'liu, on Tuesdays at 6 a. ni„ arriving at Penticton,
q-q, Wednesdays at 6 p. m.
FARES AND EXPRESS CHARGES REASONABLE.
I14. MIH.^[-J,      -      Prop.,      **.     Grai^\ Forks, B. O
RAM'S   XK-Q]Et3f   HQTJBL,
LUMBY, B, C.
Plrsl>piass Accoiiu.^oiV»tton for Guests. Good Hunting and ^tyV**?S
Singes to Vernon and Blue Springe, "

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