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Vol. IX, No.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1898.
$2.00 per Year.
R.
W. JAKES, M,D„O.M,
I1Y APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE
:      GREENWOOD CITY
pERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C. M.
VKIINON', 11. C.
I.Ain oi'
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Kno,
QR. WHITE,
Graduate of McGill University.
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
J*
P. McLEOD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
Midway, B, 0.
A LLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLIOITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
NOTARY  PUBLIC, ETC.
ViatNciN, 11. 0.
J> MONTEITH
Notary Public, etc.,
Fairview, B. 0
U    S. CAYLEY,
Barrister and solicitor,
(in wi) Porks, II. C.
*__wm4tttmmmmeammmKm4mtaaBmaMmuBKwa_i
C    ADRIAN   MEYER,
Minimi Broker,
Notary Public, Etc.
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!© section of the district and
@j sell at prices to suit the
;§}! times.   .   .   .
.'fy mow noons constantly
M ARRIVING, SEND Full PRICKS.
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gi'fjj    WE ARE AGENTS FOR McCLARY'S FAI10US STOVES.     fi|
I      W. T. Shatford & Co.
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CSii    Fuiiview,  dunip McKinney,  Vernnn   and  Slocan  City.
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KETTLE RIVER MININO DIVISION s chesin defence of the nld  Mon-
rahial party.     During the revoltit-
Records for the Week Ending August
ry period of 'Is. the servi*
he*
I   K.JOHNSON,
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Oonoral Oolloettng nml   Iasiivaiioo  Agent,
eia Flirii Mills Co.
. - = MILLS AT VERNON, 11. C. ** . .
MANUFACTUK'KLJS OF HIGH CivMHE FLOUK
Hungarian, Three Slar, Strong Bakers, Superfine.
All produced by the celebrated Hungarian Plansifter system.
Try some, mad' by tha only Plansifter mill ln tha Provlnoa.
....WIIOLH WHEAT FLOUR A  SPECIALTY,.,,
 «A',32&iSSi^*jMW«——-
Sec That Each Sack is Marked
--:R. P. HiW&Cfl. Ltd,, Prappiatsps, Victoria. B. C.
,, .      ,,,        , ,,.    ,,    in.- in.a ..I the iltil li.'i-iu.iii   llun.I   a
Daisy, Wesl ruppcr cainp,  \\.   II.   .,     . .   .     .       . .
,, M ' rrnnkfnrt,   Austria was then pnwei
■Sll.nmer.a.
t'l'.ale.  Weal Clipper   Cllllip,    W.    II.
Soininelaa.
Lost l.ii.l,•, Wesl Copper camp,  W,
II. Si rs.
Iinl.    UvlllS,    Sllllllllll     enni|i,    .1.
Cockell,
JULY 27
li,
(I'll.Illl lie.
3rd, i8<jN. rendered in tho puhlic delmtes I.. ihe
MINEIIAI. LOCVrlONB. Inn. .'native .aiu.-eled I., his  appoint-
JULY20 nieiit iis ri'pi'i-i-iituiivi' uf Pl'llssill in
la- Hi.-I iif tlm Old Herman   Hund   at
1"
I'nl iu lie- Herman lluinl. Froui llie
time of Bismarck's appearance, how-
DVer,tho voi i tof Prusslii began to have
Increasing weight, The successful
audacity .villi which he checkmated
Austria in intrigue al Frankfort, was
lho source uf constant Irritation al
Vienna, mid naturally tended lu pro-
Glenora,    Deadwood camp,   .1.   I', duce some estruiigemeiil hetween the
Austrian and tlie Prussian Courts,
-III. y is ,,. .   ,       ,
,  ,     n,   n j    ,.    iii,     , Hisinarck wassetil asau Am uassad-
Aphrodlle. Cedar Creek, L, Bagshaw ,. .    ,       .    ,„.„       ,,  ,.
...  ,.,.,,.        , .,  ., , or to St. Petci'Sliurg n  IMI, am . he 1.1
\V. Phillips am) js. Palmer, ,  ,      . . ., , ...
,„       I,.     t..   i   i „ i that posilloii unlil Km-.     In   May  ul
lilue   Jacket,    Skylark  camp,   G.   , ,.,,    , ,,      .      ,   ,
„     . , ' 802he lieannie Prussian Ambassador
Beardslcy. ,.   .      ,„ ,    ,
.,        , ,,     ,     al Pulls,    <ivc iiiiiii  is hiler,   he  wus
Snowshoe,    fractional,    Kiniherly       ,   ...   ,,,.,,       ,. .,     „
,...,.,. *   mudclnrst Minister u    he Prussian
cnmp, D. A, lloll.rook. ,, .,..,. .   ,,
,,,   .     ,,. , ,.,   ..   ,,     ,       ,,   Crown,    \\ iiiiiii the nexl len veins he
Iwm   Sisters,    l'.hiill,  Creek,     II.  ,      ,,  ,  ,,      ...       ,,    '.       ,
-,,  ,. huinlileil  the   Allstl'ilU   Liniare; de-
stroyetl the French Lmpin* and created the new German Umpire,    lie re-
j modelled tlle map ol  1'iurope, dismembering  Denmark  and   France,    He
,     ... .     ,      , enlarged the frontiers of Prussia, nod,
Jennie, (fractional,) Deadwoodeamn. ,    ., ,.      ...,
,  ,  ,,.., " hv the annexation ..I the various pro-
.1. .1. Miller. .  : .   .   ..       ,      ,       .    '
,,      ,        ,,    ..     ,,    ,,    ,       ,  voices,  mi'luding the   dominions of
•Seranlnn,     fractional,)    Deadwood  ,,        ,,, , V,
,  , ,,.,. , lliree di'lhiiiued (leriiian princes, suc-
lainip. .1. J. Miller.
,„   ,        ,,,-,,,, ,    ccecli'il in placing (icruianv, which had
Chotean, (fractional,) Canyon creek, ,   ,      ,,        ,',     ,,
, ,,.„ • previousiv i ii the weakest and least-
J. dillati. - ii,,,,,
resiieeleil ul nil the  Great  Powers, at
OERTIPICATES OP WORK, ',.    ,      ,   ,,   ,,,,      ...   , ,   ,.
I lhe head ol all llie Slnles of  Ruropo.
•|;'I'Y-7 The German  Bund  having   at Bis-
Queen uf Sh.-ha,    W. II. McMynn, Larek's Instiimtloii resolved to invade
''' *'• I the i'ilhe Duchies  in support of the
Luev.A.fl, Divisel nl. |,.|ai f|h(1 Duko of Augestaiimrifc
Blue Hell, A. ('.Di vis ,*i ah I Anstoria, Prussia and  Saxony w, re
Idaho,  P. A, liirgey etal,
JULY lid
Queen Vieloria, (Irarlioiial,)  Dead-
wood camp, ll. Andrews.
AHOt'ST 1
Tulnllln, ,1. Gilllin el irl,
Canadian, J, Sillherliiud el al.
JDLY28
Snnnyslde, W. .1. Hurley etal,
Denver, A, A. Mcintosh.
JULY III)
Qlieetl ofSheha, tl.  Andrews.
Lead King. I, ('. !la-s. el al.
entrusted with the execution of tiie
task, and war hroko ou't, in 1831, with
Denmark, reuniting in the loss to her
of the Duchies of Schleswig-Holstehi
nnd Luu-riilici'g. Instead of giving
Ihem up In the Duke, Bismarck, who
was now a Count, determined, if pus.
silile. tu .".tinex llieni lu Prussia. Tile
Austrian and Saxon troops were re-
C»,\N n   1TOBKS B. C
pORBES M, Ki'il.'HV, P.US.,
A.M.C.S.C.E.,
ENGINEER  AMD  SURVEYOP
Xivnnv Publio
MinwAY, It ('.
Rickards, Betierman & Oo,
MIDWAY, It.!'.
REAL ESTATE AMD FINANCIAL
ACENTS.
MINING  BROKERS.
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND    SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN*
Irrigation Projects, Enfineci'lng and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates in any
Portion of tho Province Immediately Attended to.
■taps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
Dlstriot nnd Mining Camps of Kottlo Rlvor
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
O. A.Guess,M. A,        U. A,Qubss,M. a,
GUESS BROS.
Chemists ad Assayers
'I'li.ii'.i.iKlii.v familiar wltb Falrvlow ami
Hniiiiilnry Orook Mlnoral Proportion, Proportion l.'xalllill'.'iL Assays unit Analyses ,if llia-s,
Kllilla, HI.'.
COOal'.XlVOIII), ll..'.
BOUNDARY  CIIKIBH
Engineering anil Assaying Co.
Greenwood (llty, 1!. <'.
Assaying1 and Analyses of Ore
I Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough Aoqunlntanoo with tlio Kottle
River nml lloioiilnrj   Oroolf ■Iiiiiii'*-
Disti'li'l,
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Minora] Olalms Bonaht ami   Sold.   Notary ;        aa t-\ r./_ /-%i,-, ,o cr. t;\ tn /-> tt. f\ .7. ,****> frs ,-*. ,w ^-s n»,,--.,-
,.,,. I      % •^•&fei!}i^;'!Wt'TOOfeTOI'5^';
7 Good acconiniadaiion at the j-
fe!i01EL PENTICTON
©) 1 IU 1 L.J_        i L-l U IU IKJi\ $)
(®  E'ca-a*  C®
 .f__m     ■!*4*.,^J,* i
ff/)       Travelers, Commercial men, Mining' men        ffi
and Sportsmen.
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(® Terminus of stage     ♦.
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C/B   nnes from—«wri5W    J\
Palrviow,
Osoyoos,
Orovilk*. Wimll, <%
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Ciini|) ilcKiiiiie**, (@
Midway, Greenwood, ©)
Oirrson, Grand Forks, ,v\
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(tD W. C. HAYWOOD     -     -     -    VV. L. LEONARD
Proprietors, Penticton, B. C.
unrson, liriind tones,  ft
mid .Marcus, Wash.       */
C. HAYWOOD     -     -
(ft Proprietors, Penticton, E. C. a\
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O'-Eia? Hour has the name of being the BeEii;
all-round Hour on the market, try ii ancl you will nol use other
brands. Our shareholdersgrow the wheatand we grind the
llour with the latest inproved milling machinery,
OUR brands are, HUNGARIAN, XXXX, STRONG
BAKERS, ECONOMY, SUPERFINE, all bags marked
"(). K„" ami to lie had at all the leading dealers from Penticton
to Greenwood City,
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, H. C.
Hold Coinmisslaner, P, ,1   Dermody oallctl, nnd tho quarrel eventually Ind
et ill, | to tin* war iii 1800 helween Prussia nnd
Copper King No. 2,  P. .1.  Dermody Austria, tho last-niiined country lieing
etal, I joined by  Bavaria,  Hanover, [I.vue-
Ci.aa. I, Hi'sst Darmstadt an I a'aasai,,
The arms ol Prussia were viouirious.
Austria suffered a crushing iiefivil at
Sadowa (RonittgeratK) i" Bohniuin,
Hanover nnd tlie South German
States were likewise vanquished, and
the Wiir. which was uver in neven
weeks, led to the treat,'.' of Nikolshnrg,
hy whieh Austria was permanently
excluded from the German Hnnil, and
Hanover, Nassau, Hesse Cussel, and
Frankfort, as well as Schleswlg-Hol-
sleio unci Lauren berg were annexed to
Priii-siii, and the North German Confederation, with Prussia ni its head,
wns established in Iho pluce of lhe old
iiiiiiii, while wilh lhe South German
States nn offensive anil defensive
alliance wns concluded, giving the
King of Priissiii supreme command of
nil their troops iu I lute of war.
Of the North-Gei'innn Bund Bismarck was created Chancellor, nml
President of the Cessal Council, In
addition, be obtained greal popularity
for crcal ing ;i representative branch of
AUODBT I
SophieSlierrciii, Jl. II. Kane nnd  (I,
2\l. Smith,
.M'llt'SI' 2
Wassiiw, 0, Matheson.
Liberty, J. II. E-lep.
Hornett, tl. Atchison ei nl,
Bran,!, lb Alehison, el al.
Gordon,G. Atchison etal.
Odeii, II. Atchison el 111.
Stanley. .1. Spralt,
Kinghoalt] G, Aleldsonel al.
Forward, (1. Alehison ct al.
Moonlight, G. Atchison etal,
For, ti. Kundson,
, , e 4 .
Bismarck Is D-nd.
About 11 o'clock on lhe evening of
July 80th, Prince Bismarck, the great
German statesman, passed away.
The death of the ex-ehanccllnrcomes
as it surprise to all Europe, Despite
the family's denial, there was an undercurrent of apprehension when the
sickness nf the   prince   wns  lirst  nu
nounced, Inspired more by what the the'New Federal Government mi the
family left unpublished than by any basis nf manhood sufforago, The
information given. Hut when the Diet, which Iirsl assembled in IW,
daily bulletins chronicled Improve consisted of delegates representing a
ueiiisin ihe prince's condition, de- nation of two million Germans.
tailed his extensive bills of fare and
his devotion to bis pipe, the pul.lie
accepted Dr. Schweninger's assertion
that lliere was  no  reason  why  Bis-
. Bismarck's nexl achievement wns to
prevent tlie attempted annexation of
Luxembourg by Napoleon 111.
In IHtlii. Bismiirk withdrew for somo
M. McCuaiff.
S, Larsen,
TS P1^??^?^,^!51'
Is situated nt Rook Creek, H.C.i.n lhe main route of travel
between Pentictou and all Bouudury Creek pniiils. Slopping
place for stages,
GOOD FISHING   -   GOOD HUNTING,
BEST OF ACCOMMODATION.
McCUAIG & LARSEN, Piu'I'kiltohs.
Illi"'ksl M not reach the age oflTO, m0|,th8frani active public life, bul be
The reports were dee I to lie n re was In power again liefore ilu* end , f
petition of! ilarm thill  Prince His- *.,„, ,.,.„.     ..■,„.„  ,..,.,,,. n,,.  *,■„„„.„.
mark was in extremis, which luui buen (j,,,,limn War of 1870, and  with  it mi
on repeated In the past, unbroken series  of victories,    King
It appears that thu ex-chancellor's W||lliiui    was   able,    through    Irs
'leath was reeipll I hy sudden (Jluiticellor, to dicUiU' terms of peine
' ''"i""*' bl"  Wils   l'"11"'1'  l!l" to his helpless assailant,
culmination "I chronic dlseitso,  nan-
ralgln ot Hie bn'.' and Inflammation ul
the veins, which kepi Bismiirk in eon-
alanl pain, which wn., borne with lice
Iron fortitude wbich tiiiehl have been
expected,
1 ti ■ iII1.. i;.luiilil I pnlilBisninrck-
Schoiihauseii was borne of an old ami
m>i.le family of, ibe "Mark" (Branden*
burg)alSehonhauseii, April Isl. 1815.
He was created n Count, September
lilt 1,1805, and Prince (Fust) vnu His-
marclt in March, 1871. lie wns educate.I iit tin- University of Goettlugen
and at Grelfswilld,     lie spenl  s. •
A Hi;* Stampodo.
Dawson City, .'•-. IV, T, July II (via
Seattle, Inly HO i  Tic Canadian L"1'!
cnininis-i..iic" issued a   pii.cbiimili.iii
July 0 declaring the  Dnininlnn creek
hill an.l bench claims open fnc location
liy all   pel-,ms   holding  flee   mlneis'
licenses,    In leas   than nne hull** the
grealesl slnmpede in  ihe history > f
the Klondyke, bad started tn Dnininlnn
creek, III to n0 miles away,  over hills
ami marshes,    Many women joined
the procession.    In two hours  llllll
time in the Army nml subsequently I people hud reached tlle Bonanza creek
settled down as a country gentleman,   farry two miles away,   The trip will
Brought upm tho puliiical faith of require six days, and will l.e attended
the ••Junkers,"   ur   Prussian   Tory by many  hardships,    Some  uf the
squirearchy, he became, in IS."*ia in- at impellers have already returned io
ber of the Provincial Diet uf Saxony, disgust. The value ..r ihe Dominion
and of the Prussian IJiet,ln which he bench claims Is entirely a matter of
11ist attracted attention liy Ids Itery conjecture, THU ADVANCE
Mil.WAV. ft. ('.. Al OUSTS, lft|l8.
THE ADVANCE
W, II. M0U1SIH
Publish*.:'   w ■'.':.   ..;   Ui.l « : ■  li, ''
fur lbe criiitiim of suebaehnrierns Iln*   military circles,   and    he    therefore caAiDAi? S Aii/LiA
„ ,* Mr. Cnrbb, npplled aud will   ippl;   c -ha,;.,,,  !,H   the g rnatorlnl     //WrWWWW
,1'iinrniETOii  ; ....,. I cinder these  eirciinisliinci'S ll' position, Willi nil the prestige and ad-1    iP
.,,,,.  ,,,;,; ih, the enovlciinii tliat | vantage then obtained,
to1SlS2Sd.fi?;  '.'Vn-:   ■'7.7t  *l„* niipliciti •oraebar.erfoi
oinii.ii..1.1. isuhiioi  ,a. lliu Keltle   Kiver   Valley   Hallway  is
i'lcdiwli'i'liu colli        f Ti ."" uguin hroiighl to the attenlion  of  lhe
Prof, Saiindi rs, Director of Experimental Farms, has left on bis annual1
tour of Inspecliou through the West.;
lingoes frinn  hern In  Brandon and
Quality is the Starting Point Here.
, . . Till: CLOSER VOU LOOK Till: BETTER I LIKE IT  .   .  .
"bmj ti for tlu. illsciiwlmi of aiatlcrs ol fwlernl authorities, the sum- will   he
lull.!,- Inli'l'iist .u.-1 . n;„,| anaia a,   >;,, in   ...
iiosmi'llyonitowo nnv of Un:opinions o:   .    a. grnnied wlllioul  hesitai , ami in Ihen on lo Asnssi/. wnero ho will meet
,;,l,ll';j'i'1-;';,l1"1"'"'' '"' mM]"a""'"wl"" ' splleofall that   tic C. P, R, or any Prof. Fletcher,  Dominion E iolo-|
:     ,\ i-i-.,-in Ullasiini'o i.i.l
; a-iil.-- llllll ,v  • a, , rtjilto
a, till   |,.].,a I.a- i-,|,inil.
olher inilu 'nee can .1" In prevenl it-
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oi'1; OTTAWA   LETTER*
MONDAY. Aim LT 8, IS08,
EDITOItlAL NOTES,
apt
gist.   Dr, Saunders will ho away live
weeks,
Hx-Flimnee .Minister Foster has gune
West, llllll expect.   In   address   public
meetings al  all linportanl   puinls en
Ottawa. .Inly Mil,      .-uul,. (,, Lite coast,   ll is rumored lhat
In a few clays, or at uiosl a week or l)w chief topic will  lie   "'ihe  fulfill.
iw,., the Quebec Conference will Im nmitti of my )ii*nplieay  thai  l.rii   rule
in session, and II isdil'iieult toestlmale meant inevitable ruin,"
lliu .-at.'Ill nf lie   hell.'Ills   Ihal    III.IV
  ae.-i-unalily lie expected   I.,  neel-lli'   |.
The B. C. Elections. those pnrllcipaling In this most ini-
Referring, a day nr I wo ago,  In the portunl   convention.     Nut   unly will
General Election In British Columbia, the occasion be a .ary gratifying one,
the Journal,   Independenl   Coi.servn in Indienting the vast linproveinelit III
live, says editni'iallyi   "Premier Tur the feeling b'otw be British Umpire
iieriif British Columbia him aniioune* and the States, which  ha- made Mali
edthat  bis    Governuienl    uill    not ft gathering ] lllile, hut II  ii   also nf Va,-i,,Us lake p..rts were neier hnaie;',
resign, but will meet   ilm  Legislature m Ihnn ordinary home interesl   lu
In see what  uill   happen,     li   is  ad- Canad'i, as the preliminary discussion
mltled thai he has Liu   eighteen  sup upon tlie ae ,  of the   Goveriiinenl
porters ill n. Hnuse nf 88  nhers nud which led tu  tin   ineeling  being ar
also in a minority of 1,500 in the general ranged,  has produced  less   partisan
elecl ion vole.   \Yh hiii.is  iln* best cavilling than perhaps any  other act
Greal reports nro coming io ul' lhe
tremendous shipping business being
dune ihis season by Canadian liner.-.
All iln- Montreal boats are
congested willi traffic hoth
in passengers and freight.
Halifax, St. ,!..lin and Victoria are
having similar experience   nnd  llu*
Terms of Peace.
A111111 o y I c a.a as yetdcHnltely known
via aie lb.- following  supposed   In be
llle lei ins nib led by the Uuiled States
[1,1 lo Spain in reply lo the hitlers  over*
ve   tlnil   111
lure
a Governuienl can do which goes lo oi ae presenl nihil!
th* pulls wil lit he advantage iif pal run- would be pleasanl In I
age and prestige il   is a   proi ly sorry all mailers, where it is to tlie ndvutit-
resull.   Mr. Tnriiet gill to  have the age of Canada thai her people should
self-respect and decency In  resign  al   present a united front. Thin demeanor
uiiee.    Any   uf his  supporters   who of the Opposition shuuld he sel  as the
value responsible governuienl  nnd Ihe standard.
wcllare nf Illl*   Suite   nane   Ihnn   lhe      TlIK   PlSHSClXEI,    AND     '1111')     I'm
mere    inteiesls   nf    salary-grabbers (HiAllJlK.   The   imporlm
shiiulil tell him sn." gathering mny  he seen at  a  glance,
Tin* above com nl in lhe  main   is from its pcrsonel.     On liehnll  of tlin
very much in lhe point,  yet   ihere   is! Motherland, lh" Imperial Govern I
one thing the Journal evid ly over- has sent Lord Her-.'bell,  twice Lord
looked  ni' did      iinderslnnil,  vr/.;|Iligh  l'h: 'Hor ul' Great    Brilian;
that although lhe Turner party had Canada will be represented by her
theadvanliigenf palroiiage, il Inborn-1 Premier (Sir Wilfrid Laurier.) Sir
ed under lhe disadvantage uf in.ss.-s-1 Biebard Curlwright, sir Louis Davies.
singan Hxeeerableprestir;i',sii iniieli so and i-li: John Charlton, and New-
thai had it not wielded    a    weighty   foiiiidland by her Bremier (Sir ,1a a
patronage the resull  nl'  the  i>|,*ciion*.  Wittier) or  Heceiver General   \,  II.
would have lefl lhe  party  in  such  u Murine    On the other side Ihe Uuiled! may lake iu lbe very near future, bin
position thai  it    would ' have    been  Stales  will   -in!  General   John   W.  the general disposition of the United
practically annibili I.    The prrnlige Fosl r, John A. Kassou,  Nelson   Din- Slates  wuuld  s i  lo  be  lu  allnw
nflhe Turner Goveriiinenl .-iinl.* in gloy. Semilov Gray, Senator Chas. W. Spain I" luirliclpate iu the Until
lbe una ca Is nf tne people, Fairbanks, and Thomas J. Coolidge,      iidjustiinl ofaffairsin Ihoselslands,
■ *  j   The list  .1   a   -li.-n  which  in  all _,   	
The Corbin Charter. nrob.il'ililv  will   i.a considered,  also
At'will be seen  in'.- ilmi   column ^iv(,s'„m, tl!n'i(li*n of  the Ireinendn'-is Tbe Commission.
itlthis issue in whicli referenee Is made | jinnortance ..'.' i'i.    iiilhcrhiK.    Tne     Lord Hersrhell, P. 0„ G, 0.13..  for
I * of Mr. Ciirhiii's niilw'iyiin.j"cls, i-p,..M|,,   [jelntiuna'   llle   Helming   Sen   merly Liird High Chancellor, the head
much speculation is nun*.'! "" Disnitte* the Atlantic Fisheries; the "' '■'"' British eoumiisslnn loseltle the
account uf liis hiving declared hi-' >*,.,,.,,,„,■,.,, a,,, (,f i!„, Fisheries; H,,. differences between llic'United Slates
Intention In again apply in the Doiniii-1 tlt.xiiiit->iMi of luteri "ilmi .1 Hmnulnvli,,,. I "nd Cnniid i. an
Tlle absolute cession to the United
Slates uf Piiecto llie.) and illl islands in
the West I.i.li.-s aicve Cuba,
Tin* relinijuisliiu.ait by Spain of her
soverelgnily in Culm,
The Unite.1 Slates wil! exercise con-
I' ||H, triil ihere until a stable government
can lie established,
Th.- ncqtiisb.ion uf muling stations in
the Lnrdrone islands and perhaps the
Carolines.
No assiimpl ion nf ,1Spain's Co1.,-in or
Puerto Iln..an  debts  l.y   the United
S lilies.
No uar Indemnity frnni Spain.
W'iib regard in the Phlllipines the
ultimate policy in be pursued will
depend greatly upon the turn [affairs
Call around ancl examine my new consignment
of Shoes in black .uul Lm.
Ladles Dongola Button
McKay last, flexible sole, chocolate color,
Il beautiful shoe, mosl dealers would ask
you $3.50 for this, M\  Prick is $2.75,
Ladies Dongola Kid Oxford
McKay last, flexible sole, chocolate color, a
very nobby shoe whieh you can have for $2.25
Albii a Nice Lini-: 01*
Little Shoes lor Little Feet.
Bring your shoes around and huve buttons pot nn I hem
PHI!'" ul-' t'HAUOM,
HcNscol,   =    Midway.
Chambers 81 Co. Vernon
Dealers in Shelf and Haavy Ksr.!ware.
PAINTS,   OILS, STOVES, TINWARE, etc.
-:.lobbing' Tinsmiths and Plumbers ;-
,pmmi.!&&fiM&»i&»bi»$fiS»!idiM&!}t»!*f»fiM9^
.*'    nnr~'T*\'i pur- n n n    Write us for estimates anil   *s<,
i ACFTV FNF I   p*-.««w«»iii«.»« %
%   nULI ILLIlLUniJ,   laklne llie lead everywhere. J6
Hw«$$Qweewe«QmiiGist>6<!Q&>iiQ*fs$iii<iMtP
We solicit the patronage 0! the public, and trust by fair deal-
***"*'■ "Tiig'', anfl'TlgtU'prices, to merit your confidence.
/-*\ t-\/^i.
11 III.' I lllicll  Males   , ,     , , .
■dmNov,■ voik on jJ4au orders receivs our prompt &,tteG\tiOE\,
ini'in Goveriiinenl   fur  a  ohiirler  lo|t|H,    [JoiidtDK  Privilege;    the  Allen P11'?   -'•  ""   ""'  White  Star   liner
construet the  Keltic    Knar   Valley  [^hcirLav     these are  mime of the'Teutonic  from  Liverpool,     lie was	
,"■:""   ■
'"'ft
a"".1'.
Itailway. 11| r the bill of fare.     Mure  than  lUTouipnniedou lhe voyngeby his son
Why he shuuld   make  attnther  nn- „_,, ,*• these i1:|,; (,|,,.,,;,.,|  trouble   ami i'*""' ""i-sehell declldcd In speak of bis
plication for permission  In  build   I he ln,t-n it lU'ri'iininl  source of irritation  mission on thlssidenf ihc Atlantic, or
road in Ihe face of his former defeat is since the Declaration of Independence express  himself    in  regnrd    In   the
hardly understood snys  ihe  Spok»s- (lm* „•* „f ihl,m Il(lV(! flll,  ,,,,,',.,.  ymn Spiinisli.Aiii'*rl»aii  war nr the  peace
ma n-lie-, hv,, unless  be  has   received rn ,„,:,,! y1(! *,,.,.. efforts „! thelteenest Prospects, ini'int.al i.y the French nm-
new assurances nf support,   lai i.i.ml iv m,fi most trained  slnlcsinen  nf  both I ,la-s«iidor at Wiishlngtun,     Lord Her, ..:., .._„,. ,'.*
the Journal referred tn loses slghl   nf Rnipires, lint, never before  havo these rebel1 left to night   fnr On a ua.   in  a,   ig.'       J|.    t •■;,'.'"' 3""
the  great, influence lhe oni,-.. I' ,,„,,,;(l]|,  i ,    app...ae!'e,!   in  \i- "i"'1'' ! '■'"'vi' ""' v"v Y""k  '''nival     t>: !y-.'f'-'^!^<r'^f'a.*Wttg;AVS.!
recenl   events  in  this  province  wiil ,-,,[,,;t of mutual goodwill nnd reeip ,. and Hudson Illver railroad. j  M^,^^  -   -      if?t,I.},>f,,
exercise upon the successful application ,,| ,, „,(] .,..,„.,, w;tij, „..,;,a, i;,,.,. w||] now     The i.iinl high enininissinn to settle j  P^'7/.ft~ftV^i.77i;ftft
fnr a charter if again made,  an.I  nls.. i,,.,.,,.,(,..p and as  these Rt*ntimetits "," rlHTprencc bptAvnou (l.-ui.-irlo unit llic<    fe'^g^^S^-rsaioi'Sa-s^*5^*
the. Internal loual turn the aspect of muat always he. the strongest influences D"niled Stales will convene at, 'in.bee
affairs took just befure the  defeat of in the settling nf disputes,  there  isl™   ^urusi 111.   The   questions    np-
Ihe former  nfiplleatiim,  is  evidently i.,.,, -,-1,,,,-,. ; ,i'-<l;iv than  ever in He on which Ihere is sn much dlspule nnd
GRID PRAIRIE1 HOTEL
Carson, E.G.
_ 2
also overlooked. |);lst] *,;,., ( \\K ;i„,.i;(,:.  Cm]',,re nee of
it will he fresh In lb inds  nf nur  isos ,vill go down in histoi')-as in I'
readers I he all inula which the  Turner ,;,„,.-,,. „i„„ di uiaking events ..I'
I
which will be conslil'"'iil bv   lhe  cnn
mission, Included lhe following:     I'm'
seels in B'diring sen   nnd  lhe  North
(Im-cr cut i's-... .....! uiieii il peliii.ni-  ip,. |1(,,]f,|,,„   Thut it  ivill accoiilplish  "'"'i1'1" n|,eiin;  A'laotlc  nn.l    PaciHc
wl lhe Dnniinloii Goveriiinenl  tn .lis. ;,ji that is hoped uf it.  i;   is scarcelv r"""1 Hshi'ri'*s, nnd Hsheries in Inland
allow the churl er for the Kellle River   ,,,., ,,,,.,• a,, p,  ,,■,;. p   t „t   the  v,,,.v I waters conligunns  in  llie  frontiers!
Valley Bnilwny, nnd although it can |':1„| ||,;]| une Governuienl has |K.,,J, delineation nf Iho Alnsknn bnundiiry:
be snid that Ihis petition did uol carry  nhl(. to bring aboul  sueh  a  mooting ""en    'u,",r '"WSI triinspnrtatlon  nl'
as miieli weight with a majority ni' lb- entitles them to the rriititltde   t f merchandise   iu  bond   lhrough   lhe
members nf the Coininoiis as mighi   •-.,„., ,\., i,„i ,,;- the* Umpire a!  large,  United  Slates ami   Canada!   nival
have I tpecled, yel did into d H  ,in'cl pvlilcticra nn* nnl  wanting fchafl v''sq''ls mi the bikes, mining righls of
Influence some lo somo exlenl, this fact, is nimreciated both  nl homo '''''•'-""'*  "'' '""' counlry   within   the
Much ui- lillle as  the Influence-  was I „,v] A\^,ni\, leirltory of Ihe ulher: reeiprncily in
which was as«erled hy th" Govern. -i.v.- -:;nav Braiis Repeatimo, Hade, and in conveynneonf persons Iu
ment petition, recenl  puliiical eveols    .pp., sjm,y  nr .M:n,ii,,i,,i*s Bplendiil'''"' eiiRl"dynf officers of one counlry
hnvesnehang hostatnsuf ihetwo ,,,,..   . -;;: ,,)1,lill|, „llllrw| „„'„,„,„„- Ihrooeb the lerrllory of ll ther.
provincial parlies I bill   in   the  forth*  „„  i„ ||,s unvarying coinpleleiioss, bill     The United 8 s will he represent-
nunlng application In  ilm  Ooiulnlon  ||, (, n plensnnl   page  to dwell ia  oil nt Hie Quelle iferonrn hy John
*i""ft    "    '"   i"if"   to   say    that Ml, w.D.Scolt, Provlneu nui^.A. Fnsler, rnelpmelty cmnnilMl ■
no adverse ini nee  will    I x.*r* ,*„„ • ,,,„ i;,,,,...,,;,,  r(1,,  lhl, pm|,,|„ K'nwn, Senators Ore) .1  Fairbanks
''i""l    "«   f'"'   "«    "'"    'I »"'"   ;',..,:„.   holn   inst returned fr |nod , He|iresentaliv«   Dlnglcy,    The
provincial parly  in  the pruvince I      , j i|u. w, teiirroborales every   I'anadlan and Newfcumdhind arbitra-
cniieiTiieil and therefore mi •   Rtimih- tiring llmthasbeen said  --i tbe mag- l"i's, nf whom Lord  tlersehcll is the
Hug block is removed, and  icli  „!n,.m,t null    "(',■• v going tl, '"'    ,,'iz'"1   h""1   '"'" Slr    Wilf	
eneiiuriigcuienl given lo Mr, Cnrliin.      ,., |  Svv."   "I tsi - I  notice in all  Verier, Sir Louis Davies, Mir Klehiird
Then again, as before lioreil tlm p,,.,-   ..p | is selling w II." "There ' '■*'! ,vl i'-rl.i. Mr, Chnrllnn, M, P., and
International phase ofllie ipioslloo lin    ■     . • r o want it."   "Evorv- Sir Jnnies Winter,  premier of New-
tot ie taken intu consideration,  and nu  hodv seems to have niniiev."   "ll   ha-, foiiiidland,
answer given ns In weal tier it is politic       '. ,*ear for settlors," ami'so  --►•,-,	
lu refuse a foreign  corporation  ilmi,,,,   Snohistl pitomi! of his report,
right In conslruel  rnilwavs    in    mn* ■ Settlers ,u ning from  everywhere I MININO    NOTES,
territory, when all that isasked nf lliei ],,,snyu. New districts recently npen-1 Recenl work mi Ilm Bullion claim in
Blnlels Ihc lm re permission toclns :,l:..;: , filling rapidly,    Tlie class of Greenwood eamp. disclosed   Iwoline
For years the two greal parties in ....;,'..,■ is all that can In* desired-oven out crojiplngs uf nre, wliieli have
Canada have preached lbe doi'li'lue, (|„ pcmi'G.'iliciansare going to turn every nnpearnnee of belonging to two
freer trade relations with  tie-   United  nulnll right. strong ledges,   The Bullion belongs lo
Stains, ami gieat clfcirls have t.ee.. -a-,-,,:. The announcement that the R. Sluart. F. M. Kerb;* andnlliers.nnd
made 'seeking n beHer  underslandlliu   pM]„\ ft,,.,,,, p,,.:|, ,.,, ,..,,, ,„, .,., ,/m]  \, Hn hiiIlulled among the other large j
between Ihetwo ttries upun  lb-  Aberdeen's successor,  receives tiddit- properties of  lbe eninp,    Ihal   it  is
subject, therefore if th protestations i,,n;il isitoi-i.*Kl from the fact that, as destined no dnuhl to become a very
bnv.'lieen since, .'.tie-.pa il ion nnl orally   p,,,.,, \i,,p,niM ho came to Canada uiih  valuable claim,
presentsilselfjliowisitposslhle for such     Almf-uifi   -(   Landsdowne and    Mr. .1.  Myers Is in charge of the
desires In he consummated, If avenues 9Pl,Ved under General Middiotnn ns work helngcnrrled nn mi Ilm Kenu
of coinmiinleation belween the tu.. „.,;,,■ „fhis -'all' in tiie Northwest c'nhn In Wellinglon Camp, The Ken,.
countries are not established r ,,,,,-.     .,   •      .. .   . . . , ,  ,
Looking ai  il alter  limn  ihe     ' During bis previous resi- is a promising property and thejownersj
bi'iiailer nr [titernulloniil standpoint, III nunco here Lord Molgnnd gained expect, to have It in presentable shape
is easy fur peuple msec ibe necessity golden opinions,  both  in   .-ivil and in the near future,
Grand Prairie Hotel.
McLAREN ii)ft)>
f\N direct route to the
Boundary Creek and
Colville Reservation
points.   .   .
Proprietors.
"A "fj™1*   T''"^ T""*- |\Y \ &
Or K tL lL 1
\ | n^'\r	
1.1 be Central Town andSupply Point of lho Boundary
Cieek Mining Camps, From this New Town roads
lead to the
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.   ^
Luis aae Selling Freely and ate a (lund tnvesll I.
1'..:  Price nf Luis ami Other Information, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood City, Boundary Oreek. ti. P.
Or Apply to Agents, •
C, F. Costerton, Vernon, li. C.
A.  K. Stuart,  Vancouver,  B. C.
'WEzimsmima iiiway, U. C„ Anii-CT.s, 1808.
Till': AI iv A Mb
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
V
To Start Work. Qs-jrnJ/ano Falls
A.H. Patterson of .lie Lemon Gold ^JpOftdfle f BiiS
Mining Cniiipioiy. nparallug claims in
C p .McKinney, was io the city Saturday.   "1 have jusl   retur 1   from
Omaha," said he, "where I have been i
conferring with thoKlnekliiilders of the ^
\i    I'oiiipiiny,   Arrange nls were made
for ihe.I 'velop ill   of the property
fas
•J-af ■ *•?
fffti-fflifiojlfte:?:-! *;'>.*,-tfJ,"« ftti.i-:iSi1.t^t^o,',iiirtrt^ty4,.^f,'^fl
...& northern,1
**~. !W'   Iff1   ""SiF"^
elson & Fort S!'.eppaiv.i, |     I   |   l#*f     fl      w      ■«**>■ :*y
-™.i-      IflllJ ff Al  I
sag
■
Srtft PAflFIf KtfWF  ■l"' '•"'' ■'■"""I""''', ia.,, |^(_| Mountain Railways. _	
•Jx/W   Iflollll   IVUIUIL.  ., KUp Monday I nuiencuoperat- '      S^«*«W«»«'>n(.vv,wrm w
n*i,„ eu .      i, •aisisjm-v.'.BiiiM t     -Ve linveeiicou led a   Ib-nrc, 7({i
The Cheapest . II • '
S
a.
0
Qu okest   ana
Shortest Route
Toronto, Monte!, Halifax,
Boston, New Yorlt anil
vein on theii..!.! Slaa.l.nd   claim,   olli*|„
uf ihe kii.up,anil llie stamp   mill will
In* erected there,   Mining experts have
LB. till ll IIH llllll  WO    lane    the    Clirillllcl
vein."   Spokesman it \ iew,
All Eastern, European,
and Pacific Coast Points.
Corbln's New Plnns.
An in.li.-mi..n of whal I). t!. Ciirlilii
pro| ii .es lu ilu ivilh sunn* uf I.i uicutei
realize .1 from Ihe sale of the Hpnkuuc
Falls it iNoilhern and Nelson i: Furl
Sli.'iipaiil railways lo the Greal Northern van  received   lasl   nighl   in   lin
  followingspi'eial despatch:
„„,„    . .,..., .   ...... J    "Ollawa.Jul) 211.   Not ice will appear
bi K, ;\ Iil'. Kill'. I'. A Loaves Pea* ft |(J w*8onifliil Gazelle of U.  (I,
t'.'i lully, cxooiii   Suailii)',   makhin oou- tJurltlti's ItitHntlun tn iniiki*«   new  up*
11,-i-li.ins uilii lniin- .-it Olanae/an l.all.lina i,n'      ,. , e ,    ,- I    ,,
,..,.,          ...       ,    . p lealli. II tu pin-   aim* nt    lnr   II    ch,liter
SlonnioilB Inn.'In.a m j.an an,in line  Irani- ' ,.,,., .,.,
c.iai ami .vest, tm-111- Kettle   Vall-J   railway.      ihe
  irnuoutlci-uteut lias caused ,i setisaliuii
Throuyli Tickets to unit from llio Pncttlo Coast
a. ICnstorn and I'luropniiii Points.
Rqnlpniont iinsirrpiumocl, combining palatial
clillillK nml sl.!i'|.iiiK.'ill's. IllMli'i'iiiaiiiiy.-,aiciii'-.,
tourifll anil free colonist RlccphlU I'.ii'-nui on
nil trains,
Kor Information a- in time, rates, olc, apply lo
S. L. Smith,     D. J!. iflcEIsnoii,
Agent, Ponticton.   Agent. Greenwood, II, C.
Or to E- J. Coylo,
Diet. PiiES'r Agent, Vnnconvor.
BXTILDEBS
Should eorofully consider
the cosl of material, and
hy figuring,find out that
all kinds of
Bough ■:• anil Drsssgrt:-: Lumber,
Shingles, ■■ Litbs, - Etc,,
■  can ho purohascd at tha
Grand Porks Sawmill
CHEAPER THA!*!
The only all-rail route, with
out cli mg'e of ears, between
.. ine,   Rossland     t/j_\
,t id Nelson. . .
Iwftfi   THE   FUTURE
;M>
,   Mit.\
f$ffl
li \1I.V EXCEPT SUNDAY.
RAILWAY, MIN
ffl
■
ft
a
IIDINtl SllllTII, liiilNIl BDUTIl. \[l$f\s
ISi'JTii. in.,   .   HARCl'S Ilil.'lii.iu.  Wivi
:■'■.:.
Train leaving   Mar. a- al 11:111 a. u
in.   es clcise connections al Spiikai
with trains for all
1 A&RICULTURAL CENTER OF
ING AND 1
 m
I
i
Pacific tat Points.      -fm -
(Hose  enine'etiniis   nl   Nelson  with   j',-p.:-
steamlioals for Kaslo and all Kooleiiay
Luke puinls.
Passengers (or Kellle Hivcr ami
Bninulnry Creek coliuecl nl Marcus
with stngednily.
The Kettle live? Country 1
mi ffl
kVij.   i  i,'„.,. i ,,, \„,,.,i i.i..,;,i,„„.. £VVr
7:-i
&?$   Lots on F.asv Terms to Actual Residents
iti'., ..I i ,.	
Ml
m
Wl CREEK HOTEL . .
MOUTH HI'' BOOK IT'IT'I'.
in llle railway circles Opposed   In   Ihu
Iiiii."
tlm Keltle Valley railway project is
llial I'nr which a charter has been
se.iu.il from congress tu eruss the
tinrlb half rn' t.be ('..ivill Indian reservation.   The projected line is t..  leave
the line of the Spiil, 1'al'siV.   Nurlli-1 •far.   K>4*'fc*»M.»*».4*B*3lx,   3ME*ar:
.-rn pi-'simiat.Iy iu the vicinity of  Keltic Falls, gO lip the Kelile Valley, Cl'lISS
intu   Hriilsh  Cihonhla,   follow    ihe I1'' ;
valley for about III miles  iulu   Hellish
Culniiii.in territory,  then  cross  hack
intu the reservation,still following llie
valley, ami mice mure cross Into Brilisli
Ciiluinliia, touching ami   tupping  Ihe
rich Hnun.Iny creek  countity.     .Mr.
L'ol'bl ideupplirnliull    In  the  last, ,,,,., .   -„ ■■
" '"'.arl nlforl Iiarler in j ^  H ,    WEBB
GOOD STABLING
•HTExcolloiil KIslrlnKon Kottlo Itli".»?
^Ktmx^xxiTTTtti-4a,-.'4^IXM_tfjJi^i::tataitu;   t:M3ti
British Coluiubiii mil In* was bitterly
opposed ai Ollnwn by lbe Ciiiuuli a
Pacilic an.l dually it foaled -.ft.a iilonu
an.l haul light, ihe del'eiil i■ •. ..:.. i■ i...11
aft.a- the Easter holidays tliia year
...vv Practical a^
i.a- tne a., st. 'I'tiuMitays mis year.       ,.„.n„    ,uln    n-inninnr
»»» M.'.t.o,'i,in huss„„, s WAGON 111 CARuiAQl:
interests in 1 Iih S. P. k N. system   and
i neelinclines the supposiliim is ihui
lle has an . irl'cclnc I ..'..III President
Hill I.l i-f.ts.~i rn- I '.Ilis .ine nr 1.
enlist roet il fm- llituself, prolnlh
ly 111.- Inner Mr. (' il'hill li ii ;.; ai" I.
N uv i'urk,   This aii.iuii'i eui'-n'  frou
Ottawa, w I in lie ie (li.. p. .nap. In
uill s i l.e in  ii, Cn ladinu capital.
Speeiilutluti is arun.-ed   l.y   Itis now
Uti'V^miiE ajJE.\"^'tiv
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
liciitlun,   Why he should  make it , *"—' ^ -.'*-- «* * *   *•"""■;&
gi    E. JACOBS,
ftft
For Particulars Apply to   ^,,
t*-4rift
ffl
m
ml
It TO     R. C. AD/2MR,
Midway, B, 0. Monthhal, P. Q.       tSS9.
Bob Kali's Stage Line
(Carrying Her Majesy's Mails)
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, Passengers to
and from Fairview, Osoyoos and Oroville, Wash.,
delivered in quick lime, mul liy comfortable
cenveyan:.
Livery, Feed and U    Penticton, B. C.
Sale Stables.. .    ™ h. 8. hall, Pr.[(.
<L^"f_* Vis V_\ •/£ /tA *$ A^'f'S 'i> JiwlwJV i\?/Jv \/\\ VJ-i' **!■♦/i** VI** «*I> VA\ <\\ s\\
2-'',y/c''/ -ii^iMi
I" ©y^Spriii^ amd Summer $
[QODSMVE ARRIVED.
lace  uf  hi,  I'm- r  defeal   i-
■-***<s' I hardly unilcistiind, unless In- has re
lix/fixxxxr-r, -I.::, xtntntntntntntntnl j ,,,,-eived nuw assurances uf suppurl,-
'   %1  FIREWOOD  $1   { 3puke»uuiu Revl-w.
I
I 1
i ner load. '■
l m n x- in x x x •*/. -x x- xxx «■ tn tn -x tn x I
ipson,
per load.
: ■■/. ••/. X y. x x x
G. K. Simpson, Prop,
b. A. Ml li! dC m*
(Suctvs-urs lu K. X. Taylor)
Cliemists ani Druggists
Vernon, B. G.
Koi'iia Flral-Clnss stock of
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careflil Attention
,—OIVBN Til —
MAIL ORDERS.
POST-DP HOIS BOX   HI.
IWiiv's Io Id
Is situated between Comp
McKinney and Fairview, on the
trunk road leading' from Pentic-
t   u I. 1  i
The best accomi
travelers.
GOOD STABLE IN CONNECTION
J. P.McCUDDY, Pkoi'riitok
I,. McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
GREENWOOD, B, C.
All Kinds of Work KxMllcil to llio Sulla
action of Customers.
Mad About It.
Ib ferring lu the ipieslinn nf mul
building between Gleuiira ami Teslin
hike, nf which su itiueh was heard in
pi.--. 1. eliun days, the Gleuni'U News
a|)prniiebcs the sul.j-et very much in
Ihe same spirit a hull would appruach
a red ing. when n says in a recenl
i-slle :
"The    lil.00    KI liki'is     between
iilenurti aud Teslin lake who nre waiting furu wagon I'nad In be built had
liet I or order in annl her year's -upplies
Insusiaiii them until the road has been
built, I'm' in -pile uf all talk In the
cunt ia,ry, lliere is nn linpeuf a witgnn
mail lliis year,
Fur ir month past, every mail has
lirnughl ua Vic'lnrin ur Vnucniivei'
pap in telling iislli.il wagon minis ami
railroads ner.' m In* l*r*gun  Iminerliate
ly.   The pi  'ha-   bilked  I'nr   pub-
li.aili.iu. ami in  all   liis   talk   lias   nut
left a pnssiliility   i.f   a   dlllllll    llial    at
lensl a wagnn mail wuuld be built,
Y.-l the insiruellcins llnil ace sent from
Vietnriii in llu: giiveruuieill ..Iii aais
ami lliellaelc'iinle, Mann ,*■ Cn, num
at tilelllllll, have heen iliieeily In Ihe
cunt rnry.
'The latest   papers  li;i\e  enntuiued
OK ALL KINDS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
Hi
Kit
"fan 7ft
<i>
4,1*
4.1
Kit
SJ>
CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Oevtlflciito   of  Improvements. |     '£
iuow3:'l3..si.
Bnoonvs Minkuai. Claim.
"h"' Wl'1'' s'low ,''.!:nt''(:' designs in prints, pongees f)
i\t nf all shades narrow and wide, fancv silks ha
4,1 'I*.
J;$ for blouse and shirtwaists or dress trimmirgs, v,.
IHa . H.i
(jj black and colored satins and-sateen,  silks nl '£.
\Ha every shade ancl   hue,   Madras shirtine, and i\'.
■ f        ' ... 'C
■wf new ili-sit'iis in outing flannel, hosiery for ladies 7,7
'Hi ' .a'
|SJ and children, ladies shirtwaists at popular prices,
7,4
a new consignment ol corsets in all sizes, ladie
'P
Kit
7(7
HA
4.1
Kit
V   and gents summer underwear, table oil cloths in   *[.
HA ' Ha
v't   marble and fancy designs, i\z\
ft.
Kit
sltunte in Kottlo River mining Division ot'1 7,7       Men s summer suits we offer at prices never 7,7
Yalo District, looated In Greenwood Camp, j H.i                    .....       . .                     , H.i
takk notick u  .inlin i". mi-i..-mi! a-' .?£ before offered in this vicinity.   Dont forget X
I    ngonl Mr W, r. Smith, (ro icr'n cm- . iA                                                               ■                          » y*
77.11,"' xo.2'ii8M-,,n'.tyK'!' T'ilt7, H'f and call and examine these goods at tiie   Mid- §
Ir.'i'.ni.i'i-si-ei-iillc-nlc XclllViS. Intencl, aialy i\P, J,
•lft^7,7:77\:'77"7^tT'ill If way Post Office store.
Ihu iiniisiHo iit ubuil   11 Orown grant of tlio ,*•,*.;
* KAIN 8z CO.
J.iua
\111l furtlior luke nolle.' tte.t a--tii.ii. uniler
....,.ii,IM a;, mum  In- * ninonooil liofore llie
iasiitin. fsuchoerllllc   'nf Iniprovctnonts.
[lalcil Ulla llllihl) "I Mi : li Ift.
,1. I*. Hcbeoil'
AW
ATTCN1 ION.
i'li,- Providence fur Company, Providence, II. I . v.-iiil - all kinds .a' ran
lechrralInns in lhe .ll'.-.-i   thai   Mar- furs, skins,ginseng,senicil, etc.   Prices
,, ,  ,,      , ,        , i..,i .....  il .,<   un   ,1.,,...    1
k.aizie, .11 uin ,i;C... line signed lh,
i'i.iiI riii'l lu build lllllll wngilll mad nnil
I'liili'imd ut.cl Ibnl   wink   '. Id   1,. "in
ini li ii.'lv, yet the Instructions sent
.ni here ai" I'i pul un ilm nceessai*)
'li ni aa.l I.lliiil a Hail In Tesllll,
"Last year llie   ( ., II liri.ll ll -    Illliil    11
trail fr Telegraph  rreeli   In  Teslin
lake. 'I'll''11 llle gnvciluill'lll appril|)rl<
.11 I'll ,i,l2.nuu nu-1 rail., in   litis   \ii hilly,
illll snine   of   thai    was    pul    .ill    I lie
• '.-• 11 t.i i* 111, lnill. Then ibe govecninenl
cillleinl here was Inld In lake ilm hub
mice nf the uinttey and I.oil.I a trail nn
lop of t.he trail prcvinusly Iniill, I'licii
nine furllier iiislriieiinns   i,. the gov
ernini'iii ngenl lu build  1 Ilmi-  trail
nn top uf tlie nne now existing, nu
matter what the exnense might be,
and nnw ccitnes nt'di'i'S t" M'iekeii/,le,
Mann ,V ('11. In hiiild ailiilller trail mi
tup nf iill nf 'em, the g.ivernmenl 1..
pay lhe freight,
"The result of nil ihi- ia thai their
will he 11 good trail In Teslin lake, nn"
trail un l.upi.f annihee until llle payslreak nf trail isas thick as the muck
un sume pans of it,''
This is only ..ti" instance in  which
tlm 1 pie are Hurling out ibnl prior In
elecl inn days I hr Turner parly pursued
a pulley uf romplntii duplicity,  but
mure in-i run will he brought i.. light
sunn and tinui pnlltlenlly speaking the
pruvince will be shaken l.u its center.
incited lnr lhe  lievl  lilt  ilnvs are 11
follows:
Silver Fox $15 00 to $160 00
Dour   5 00 to lh an   \
O'.icr    4 00 to I) 00   j
Martin     2 (10 to (ma
Be iva  per Hi, 3 00 to a 60
Walt ■'■■   1 nn to 2ii«
Hod Fox       1 00 to !tm
Mink        16 to I aa
Skunk       26 lo I '..
Gray Fox       Onto 75   |
Rat      211 to      26
7,7        A FULL  ASSORTMENT  CF MINER'S  SUPPLIES       W
K't Kit Kit Vt
7,77.7 Ai'lD  GROCERIES. 7,7t',7
'■" V' iii iliiliili
7,7"/',i'-- \i t\i7,77,7
vt .it ri, Ki* Kit Vt Vt ftf',', 'It H:'.H/ H'.Hii'.-'.H.' H.iH'.H.i .*!>^!'.,*-,> *'* *'**
7,iy,*Vy,'"ft'/,2.,.'7,i7,i"4','7,','7t"7ii7,iy,i 7,i7,i7,i7,i7,i7,i7,\7,i7.iyt7
Prctical House and Carriago
HA IXTTI
PA     \\      I
.1    a A k I   i    iil    m
4^
Popcr Hanging, Graining aiid Sign Pointing. Also Kalsomining
and all kinds of Decorative Work executed hy
l'fice-li.-l   uf all   ullmr film   nal   f     ]*>l.o,?^    „     .     M'tAtMRV -lIKi (-srOPtlVVftA'!  TltV
skins lnrni-h.ilupi.na|.|.liaali..i..   Kull   L*    !■■■      ' IVIttflTOy ,.1111 \ll Cl.IIWUWS   l^liy.
pnniipl
prices giiariinl I.  t'liroful sel
nurteous  ti'e.itineiil.   ami   linmodii
reiiiillnneeim iilleousignmeiits,
,1. VY, I^EEl),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All V.i.il. Miii'i'iinlecl.     o3-2ni
Cosmerciii] Jot) Printing.
AT "Till': ADVANCE.'
.1. I'. I'i,oul). Mnnuger. .1. KERR, Secretary
Tlie Kettle Biver Dressed Meat and Provision Co,
HAVE ESTABLISHMENTS AT
GREENWOOD CITY   GRAND  FORKS
AMD MIDWAY
Orders will be delivered in  die towns named, and the
several  mining camps nl the district, TIIK  M'VAM'R
MllllVAY, H. ('.. Al'lifSTS. )__,
1P«^ P ■ '■■'  I '    ' ?   • ■ "■'        fflNmL ACT' i£'°'     IU A TDTFIT
^mmmmm^Ui    : *>..:., ...'*. c<n.tiflcate ,,- ^^^JriiiKVIJ
-1^ ,     j-ssm      ffl      TI5W-,      '-fii:-,/,    j-%i:   "<"« W   Sfisffl
HOTEL
ffl
m
ssrs'.FXtaxx.
tN'ouroiili   I'm. rei-aii, Jliaaaiu. I'i,aim
__    ]§ Wi    -7    fl    Wi     ft*'*    Situate In tho Kotllo River Mining Division
_¥•%_<?   ^W-'1'   r-L-   «      ''•   - of Yale District,   Where locnled; In
i^a- Central oamp.
!&%';{    TAKK N'OWCK ilmi  I, .lohn A.  Coryoll
-ifl      I    a- np'iii for ,1. Unilorlck Itoborijioii fro
$$   The trade centre cf ihe Grand ffl
  Pr '
Be
agricultural c
""--Wil      I    ■'   "Koiil (nr'.I, I e.l.-i'i.'k l,'i.iieris..iifi-.':'.
W*Wv    minor'sciTlHloaloNo,MOiO, in:.nT. -i*a. cIiiih
. tin ilalo licrccif, to apply In llio linear,
i- [or n i sji'liliealc of tinprovoincaUi for
ffl Prairie     Kettle   river and ffl l&irfob''11 **a "0ra"lo(Ui°
MS* 1 ittlUC,       IVCW1C      11. i/Cl aiiU ffl;,-j,     \,„,,-,,.,1,,.,- ,,.1. ,ti«. u>m >wtioi ichir
LVW Dr.-.lrir10-.-T    ,14-c ft.     4....).,',,., ,y. n„J f'a'f'.''       *;aa a:, ne, 1 1 na irl boforo the
mm ijo.mc.",). / creek mining ana siun   "■■•■■■■■' ".■.".■.•m..iiciri.n.'i...aii*
hf>**1Z « I. 1 , ■''''•'     ilnle it iluin, .'. ,',|.i!l,l«.
m agricultural coui try. I  '
em     _*'_      t    l      _   _i        • l* r  mn MINERAL ACT, 1806.
m   bituated at the junction of ffl
m the Boundary creek, Marcus m Ccrtiflcate °[ ^provemems,
fes and Reservation waffon roads. M BroMOB'
5rt«-.j
- ci,. >n wagon roaus. -wk
B Nearest point to the Colville B
JtfirV* ,   * *■ fir.:' 1  1
'■"■'"     rata
i" -*:;
ffl reservation mines.
ffl
ffl LOTS AS GOOD   AS COLD Ml
Ip
.'.-:■:, Ill a an, CLAIM.
Situate In tho Kettle River •Mining Division
of Yalo Dlstriot.!..r.a.ed In Greenwood camp
-•■"WliN'iiTlfp Ian I.Gooi'Bolluinboreoi'fiTo
*    itilnor's t-i-r,iii, aa- No, si*, intond, nlxty
din   froui llu- a  horoof, in npnlv lo 111'
■'ina.-: lie iiei 1 .nc cortlllcalo of Imp
nasi.- Mr He 1 iso of   '
Gram of Ihunhoi  clnlin.
Commercial and Mining men should put up
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
GOOD ACCOMODATION. EVERYTHING EXCELLENT
Geo J. SKeeKan
proprietor.
<>< BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL \x>
™m riz77 \w~"
The hulel is ei iilrally hicuicd ami is a slopping place for singe
lines.     Hund Hailing in the vicinity.   Good stabling,
.Meals will be served iil all hours, lhe tables being furnished with
llie best.   A variety of the choicest, brands of liquors nnd cigars at llu* bar.
SITUATED AT BOUNDARY FALLS, li. C
*M**Hl**Mi****i"*fifiliwflMa^^ •iiai-vtMrr.'.xM'rrxrMVMiaBcmvmn.mmwKi'Ki
:7"
Fnr prices and nil otherinforumtion up ply i.<
r7:l McLAREN Bros.     ok    J.C.McLAR:
CARSON, ll.C.
j.-ii'i  ;   Anilfui'llior hike, notico llml nellon, uniler
Wgji)   |si'clii.n lli. musl   lm 1:01111111*11 'i'.l  liefore tlio
ffl    '
tete VERNON ■ SAWMIL
ffl
KAMLOOPS, B. 0. i\s'-a;i
ffl
t i
Tto Travellers Insurance Co,,,,        I
.... Of Hartford. Conn. I
Tmrmrrm t
Ohurtorecl Itititi.
!,toek Llfo Illl 1
Accldoitt [lutiirince.
it
/tf
SURPLUS   ....  2,976,42*1*3 I
g ISSLiiaS the best life Im-urn-tce ASSETS  $
ill        contracts in the world.   No ,.,
* disappointment ns to dlvi- January ist, 1897. $
jj        (lends. Everything 'ii:.aiv.ii.                             $20,896,68^.53  ;•;-
J       S/ScrccoS       LIABILITIES    .,7l93o,
Jj        than those of old Hue  Mu-
is       tual companies.
I
It) The Travellers Conihennlioii Aeoidenl Pulley guarantees foiaccidenlal J]
jjj umler ordinary ennditions,
((, lleiillill.'lii'lll      ....     $5,11110       Loss of   itis'lit ii.-ui.l      .
fli Lous of Sight of Potli Hyoa     .     8,0011      Loss of I.o« nbovo Kn
* Loss ot Doth I'eol or Both IIiuuls   5,1100      Loss of Loft Hand     .   .
£ Lea of One Ilmi 1 ami Ono I'ool   o,0Htl      boss of Rltlior I'ool
linloil Mils 12th dnj of March ISDS.
ummaaauanaamm. .it.-nt-rmmsix
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Oertlflciite of  Iinprovcmonts.
Tm; Ai ui ar Mtxiaui, (a,aim.
Sltuato in Osoyoos Mining Division, of Yalo
Dlstriot,  Whoro Looatedi-Comp Fair-
viu.v.
-TASK !*OTIUK Hint iv, II, l;,.-.', free mill-
1    er's corliflcnti. v... 70,111, John Btovons,
froomlnoi scor
Oil,   f.'ce  inine:
SMITH k McLEOD, I'u.iiMtiKTiiiis.
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Tuniiiifrs.etc. All kinds of factory
work kept in stock and made to order.   Coast  Cedar worked
into Furnishings a Specialty. All kinds of Lumber, Lath and
Shingles kepi in slock.   Best material always in stock.
Sawmill on Okakaciam Lake, Ham.y to Shipment, Sash and Door
I'-.UT.lllY ON 0.  P,  1!., VEIINON,
I III
.. ,.1,111, .I..lia Mevi'iia.   t, rs    vj TY.T l
m& If Tea Want
londsKlyilnysfi'iniid'iloho .... maneli l..Ill
MtuiiiRItcmnlnrf»i-n iVniil.-ai.- ol Improve-
m-iii.. for lliu pui'iinso of olitnlnlng a Utown
Grant ofllie nbovo elulm.
And fui'llior littio nottco llial aoilon under
.-.'.-! i.iii :iv msiisi be 1'omnionceil lioforo Iho Issu-
a a.-a of aiu-ii Cei'iiflontoof [nipi'oveinciits.
Hm ed tills 23rd dny of Mny, 18118.
Certificate  of  Improvements,
IffOWXI03B.
MoN'l I I'Ala.u MlNlill.U, ('i.'.lM.
SiiuiiU' In tho Kottlo ni.oa Mining Division
ofYn e District. Where Locnted: In Green-
, ,' mp on tlio north of tho Gilt Edgo
-   ■-.,',olalm.
REALLY GOOD ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER.
 CALL UN
J. C. HENDERSON, Fairview, E. C.
Vrnrdsniid Mills at Fairview, I! r
Oorresiiondenoe -a.licit.-I
,.,,. ,   lo III
ill
a
a,
S2ftl   (1
'    If)
.'. furtlior tako nolieo Uml nctlon, mull
unci' iifsiu'ii e illmloof Iniprovo lit
!. liis): i lay nt t'obr ana.'. 1 ■'■■-.
Loss -a   Iglltof .im  I'j
«
/)V   1','i'iiiuii'iil Total Otaiblllly 2,
tt>
JJ Limits uf Weekly I i|ili-ii]tiil v $1,30(1.
« " ' (ft
jj  AND, If such injuries are sustaiiied while riding as a passenger in ,;,
anypassenger couvoyaflce using steam, cable,   ur   electricit;   a- a *
inotivopower tho tunouul  to be paid   ohnll he!-ll'l'l,la  the   sum ^
sjiecilied ill the clause umler which the claim is made, $
Cost  $52   A   YKAR    TO   PllOFKSSIONAL    AND    BlJSIXESS
I AGENT FOR S
Men,and Commercial Travelers.
iroportionate rates *■
•$&. JX. SJo^-'-sris,
i Other sums at proportionate rates
*
a  A'iis.M i*u,i SOUTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA, MIDWAY B, 0, %
*******************^S9$9S^m^<S^l&*******************
f
G. Prior IC©,,  J
^ Z^ftftrft<ft :_ft si, ^ -al^^si. ^^ ft .2 ■:_■,,; .... ;,., ■
th
th
th
k ... . Cf Victoria, j\\
ii th
% Carry a fol! stock at Vernon of...  th
m (IS
jjjfa Brantford Carriage Co's Democrats,               m
*||jl Wagons, Buggies and Carts,                     f)
•m Massey Harris Binders.                     th
fk Toronto ancl Brantford Mowers     ^
fjk audi lav Rake,.                        A\
(l\ Olive Plow Co's Gang, Sulkcy                      j\\
fl\ ancl Walking Plo.vs.                                 A
$
a)
f  REPAIRS FOR MACHINERY f    Agent a! Vernon,        flj
J      SOLD BY IHEM,     I H.SCHULTZ.«j
miJP,Jt%JP* <0'>*l'.ft+i,*,-j!*i_f-/*i*P-S*- *-s*i/'r.i<r,,-<t,.<!*,&,.fr,,'rt,,f>,jfi\,«$\ki:.
■j'**i1-».*»-5l»-V-" -•'.-••"o'-.e-** ■.t»*ti>*..lK~. .     1."  Ji'.".»   -*J.-.-U»-*i        ■:■•■    X    ...1       -.   -m ;■...•-■)» «.*-■»•;'*>•,'.'.*.•
*t.'V>,'v*%-^k-,'*«i;^','-tti.'f-ti.'VL-^ti'^-^i.'^-.' VW^i'WWWWi'*
■-•.r.'e.:x:;_2.:\, -;..:i.jiu;r.* a:.tiJij,v^..,dZ.,XAV/T._.-jJi_i
mum mn,
II.  KE.YES,  Prop,
(lnuii Accniiitiiiidalinn.
Best Liquors and Clgai-s,
First-Class Stabling.
ARMSTRONG  B.C.
r"i'm]n'„vc* S=S<n,4-al           \{ff Heaiiquarters for raining men   ,
fi[^ visiting^^ the Cliristhia JLaJke
C^        ..**    a
LvlCu-C district.   Stoppjiig I^ace for
_)*****m-i . '•»<>»♦»***»*»(§
I"} 11 MN, 1
i Practical Watch Maker, |
cascade city, b. c.
C.H.Thomas, Prop
stages on route! from
Piii reusJ.o^Boundaij
Greek  points,
('  ll'l'Ial.' ST.,
Creenvfood, B.C.
!:;-'!'.'.,tM-sft |.',I)    la-.s,'!.
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA   -
■^2,t^,'?i,:/ft:.,-iai4;ttr'Zs^i:-mx-
Oun   Specialties—Varieties Profitable in llriiish Columbia
Trees Free from Pests,
FKfllT   AND OKXAIIEXTAL T11K13S,  PLANTS  AND VINKS.
Send for Free Catalogue,       E. Hutcherson, Manarer,
if rP ■ATi-vis €S il    r< '\ I ti All
I
GENERAL    MERCHANT
Fairview, B. C,
'EADQUARTERS   for   Miners'
i 1   Supplies, Powder C::?z Fuse.
Largest and best assorted stoek of GROCERIES, DRY
GOODS,   CLOTHING  and    BOOTS   ancl    SHOES,
£&■"£> lowest   oasla. j>3C»icg©f3.
* lii.nil Tunis, Plenty MattTlal, !<>!
'f, and 30 ycam txpcrluncu tn dn V
q,   iviirli correctly,   ... j<f,i
.... ■: 'm****************oV).
,ixttitii/t—i._tt:t:_t
\^_ S. KEITH,. M. E,,
ASSAYER hm CHEMIST,
GHKIiNWOOi), II. ('.
WOmt   rROHPTLY ANIl  CAnEPULLY
ATTENDED TO,
.T'ii.-itEHmy.~.t4man&mtr.'yittliut...i.wi "tf-ritim
sMiMNNNNMNWIi
■ft %
111.     HENIIY CAIin, 0,E. E.M. <H
(Il  lli
ffl it/
IHBNBY fi. CAM,E. M. I
» Assay (,1, ())
A,*,/.*,*.-;.^..*.- tff-.t,.-!.*.'.,!. l-tftf**<f********** ****
iBAim 7 m NO RAILWAY
ft    '■<>m*m**}mm*m*m*****m
i -: a, i
I <-•
♦♦♦♦•in?
,, ::.>!vv ONE THING IS CERTAIN
/li CHEAIIST
IT &A1ININU   ENOINEBR, §
(tl <S
ID Faihviev;, B. C. (II
FOR SALE.
TitonononmtKii Pokin iiuok* pkbs 31.00
por slitliifjof ulno.
Apiily   IiANCASIIIIIK HOUSK,
Mid way, a 0.
We have furniture on the way in CAR LOAD LOTS, and
in a few days will be able to olfer our patrons
Bed Room Sets       Chairs and Tables *  Lounges,
=   =   Sideboards, etc.   etc.   =   «
ALL OF Tin: LATEST PATTERNS ANI) OI'SKINS
AND AT PRICES WHICH WILL DEPY COMPETITON.
-®~
We are agents for the NEW WILLIAMS and RAYMOND SEWING MACHINES.
. M. Gdley & Go., Greenw-i
THE.
W1717 D
Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B, C.
EL
Wo hn ve jusl opened lhe nlioi e hotel nl, Greenwood City, nml nre prepared
in welcome jjnests nml provide good fleeoniniodation, Good Oaterinpf, 1'irs
class Livery Stable.
J. W. NELSON
PROPRIETOR Midway, ll. c, AoouarS, 1SD8,
Till') AllVA.M'K
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mr. F. Rlehteris having tbelinishlng
I.inches put tn n Hnc, resilience he has
Imlil on his proporty nt Kereineos this
summer.
Dr. .lakes w.asin Imvn on Saturday
last, hnving heen culled tn render lli"
professional services to Mrs. ('. M,
Melville, wlm ivns prostrated  during
The midsummer holidays over, the
several puhlic schools ot lhe llislricl
open to-day, much to the regret, of
lintli pupils nnd instructors no douht.
Mr..!, McNicol and his partners are
having some workdoneonllie Meadow
Link  claim   which   is  situated   in the «'"1-  «'ltii  n Revere attack   ..I
Skylark cninp and mair in the Skylark giwWtta.   II is pleasing to ho nhle • to
, : say that the patient is Inst recovering
claim.
The Brooklyn Hotel In Green,
wood Oamp 1ms changed hands,
Mr, Grail having a few days ago sold
nil', his inleresls to Messrs. McDonald
and McMillan,
The new government buildings al
Hiiirvlev* are being pushed forward,
snd it will not. he many weeks now
before the officials al Osoyoos will
move to llieir new place ot abode,
Cascade Olty i.s enjoying quite n
huilding boom, ns four or live new
hotels, and nlhcr plnces nf business mc
ill course of erection, Cascade City is
commencing to feci the elfect, of rail-
under the doctors able treatment.
Mr. R.N, Mel'niire. of Greenwood,
who wilh liis wife nnd n party of
friends hnd been spending ll few dliys
camping mil on Ilm tho main Kellle
rivi'r jusl nbiive llnelt creek, returned
In.ine on Thursday lasl, Mr, Mrl'nlirc
reported hnving lind n jnlly good time,
ns the ti'ont were plenlifnl nnd look
kindly lo Ihe By, and Ihe bathing wns
all thai could lie desired. If people
generally could only underslnnd what
nn eiiinviilile liuii* can lie spent while
cnnitiinir oul for a few dnys in snme nf
lbe lovely spots In lie found ill Ihis
neighborhood,   manv    more    would
way construction, nml sum, this '"-1 follow frh*. f>xnmpl-a nl' Mr.  McEnlire
fluence will he  fell   throughout Um iin(1 ,,is fH,,ml
whole of the Boundary creek seel inn.
Farmers on nod in the neighborhood
of Anarchist   mountain are   blessed
Good progress is  being  mnde  willi
theconslructioiioflhe  new  road he-r,vitlVniiignillceiit crops-this year.   Tin
tween Fairview nnd Keremeos.    A*j ,,,,„,,„ ,„,,', i,v fm. ,p,, best p'wr seen in
sunn is this road is completed il, is *° ihtn potlhin of lbe dlptvlrt, nml would
huped nlteution will be directed to the Lnmpnre, fn.voi-ii.litv wltb Ihnse of .any
This
Hot
Weather
Will bring plenty of (lies
I "TANGLEFOOT"
u ii.i. hatch 'km
SURE,
For sale by
J, 11. UNSWORTH.
DRUGGIST
MIDWAY - B.C.
HE
RUSSELL HARDWARE GO.
GREENWOOD CITY, 11. C.
LARGE CAR OF
•■,
Windows, festers and inks
MINERAL ACT 1396,
Certificate   of  Improvement'
AT LOWEST PRICES.
****m*
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, COLORS.
,.,.\Ve carry everylhing in these lines.,..
Rial! orders -receive prompt attention.
First class tin-sltop in connection
Goods sway op     Come iii nm! sec!     Prices away down.
-KracfiaaS,
linn Hoy Minkiul Ci.vim.
•„,,„„„ ,,„,t nf tbe ronds lending nnl   .,  '      .-        i-  .i ■ ti     Situate in the Kettle River Mining liivlsion
iinpiovejnentotiiie.il ll"?. "J I nthi*i* sprt.itin  ol   Ihe province.    The]     of Ynle Districl   Whore locales!: Central
Camp,
lhe main  Kellle river above l-oeM*,^ nfthn grain will nol  he cul  fi
creak-und between Rock Greek and tho k„ynB|n  f,,,.,,,,,,. vnm< |mt wm be
Aiinrchist iiioiiiiliiin seltleinenl. - allowed to null lire anil   ivill   ihen   he sixty cinvs friiin iliili.lici'nof. m nmili* lo thi
,,  i     i       i        Mining Itccordor lor n ecrtlncnto of Improve-
A verv enjoyable dance wns held iu • threshed.   I'tve new hmrters have open | menu, for tho purposo of obtalnlu*** n e
TAICK NOTICE Uml I. Alexander Wnllaco
free minor's ccrllftcnto No.ll'a. Intoiiil,
Grant .if llienlii
\ii.l furllier luke notico llml action undoi*
aei-1 i.m :i;iiui.at In*.'..iiiiii. n.'i.il before 11..- Issunnco of suoii CofllHcftto of Improvements.
Unleil ihis lllth ihu nl Juno, IW.
Barretts' Hall, Greenwood Ciiy, i tali d by different  ranchers, beside
Friday evening last, u large number of a l.ifgp quantity of nther new niachhi'
people From nil over lhe distalcl being cry. so it looks ns if lhe new settlers nn
present,. The proceeds of lhe ball and around lhe mounliiili, nre iu a
after expenses were defrayed, were flourishing condition and in it fair way
donated I., tlm Kin' Brigade fund, I" receive substantial compensation
which bv Ibis menus nml private do- I'm Illogical outlay they have made in
nations has lieen added too recenlly in money and labour during the past few
a substantial maimer. yours.
Ahoutawoek ago a pel horse In- As so..u ns ilm railway furnishes a
longing to Unil) Bros, gol bitten hy I means of cnniiuuuieatlon hotween this
a rattlesnake. Evidently Ilm horse.jdlslriot ami Kootenny and Xn th
was feuding   as  III*'  wound  was  in-  Wost   territory   poinls,   a  splendid
flecled on Iho Bide of the  neck jusl  market, for frull will he thrown  open.  _VKKN0Til,   . , ,   ..    .
behind the jaw,     For  three or hair  If Ihose engaged In ranching pursuits    |    nBoiit for Jiiiiiim .Vinrslinll tm
davs Ihe animal was  in  such  a stale  In this district could y .call-,.,  this, jg11^^
is. cutild uol open itsinuulh, Inn upnu 'bey would pny more attention to Ilm Hlxt(v ^-^a-™* .-J^X'*?,, 'cforHitocu!
suppurtliill selling ill uuicli relief tvus eiiltivalion of fruit than lhey do nt i)Uiupi'[ivonieiils, for tlio purpisc of oblnhiini
found and now lhe horse is Easl ,e- present, Our loads of frurl is being aCrnwnGrain^J^J^^^j";;,.,,,,,,, Ulll,0
I'i'c.ivei-ii:.'. shipped   into Ilm   North   Wesl   each Lection lli. must hu comineiu'cl liefore Hi
ear from different parts  of  the   pr.'
illee, lliiil   Vet    I here   is   ;m   ever   ill
Certilicate of  Improvements,
3XT oiii-ir-io.
Mnsii-:I'ais'rn MiNi'liAi, Claim.
Situate in lhe Kettle Rlvor Mining Division
of   Ynle -District.  Where located 1 In
Greonwoo' Camp on the north of the
Montezuma mineral claim,
GREENWOOD CITY MERCANT1LBC0.
GREENWOOD CITV, 1',. 0,
llfiilM'Jil
miiuPO
IMUUfllB
—AXD
oti j
wnoiesaie - -
Liquor Dealers
I Speeial B-jfeiieiis lo
H i fm Mi
The attelltliill of lhe aulh..lilies ia
iliiecte.l in n liorse ronuiilig at large in
ihe   neighborhood,    which    should
.iinl in
- ' ' ' ' ■.,-.:. i.-tlr. F. COSTERTON
ivill huve direct, cointtiiuticiiliou  wilh
coi'laillly   receive   friiainient   llt   lh... . .
,      , 1       1    ,   , . .1    lie inarke . il will en uv nn 111 vanluu-e
hamlsollll   nivnec 01    be   ileal rnyecl.              ■' ft
1, 1     .     1,1        ;„   :   1,,.   .„„ „   ivhleh ll is to be Imped  those holding,
i;;;;:;!:::::!,!!'';,;;,.,::,,l:r :z ^o^*** wm „„,, „„.,., toiGenepaiwEtt&Fteoi
1    .                 ,       '     ,    1:    slipi.v llieni.    Hundreds nl  acres nf
ye ir*.ami aa it presents 11   most    (lis-  .   '.;     .          .
gustlng sight soinol hiiigshould beduiie
ie lhe mat ter al once.
Mr.  James    Beckwilh    met   uiih
^rxnrr7.wt.r7i?V'™t,rNK,^nKVrX,
Innil in these valleys should he planted
lo fruil in tbe near future, and if sueh
is .lone tli"  reniimomtinn will  be a
bountiful one to those who will carrv
nil her a painful accident last week, .   )||(
which may lay him up fur  some li	
While al work Mc Beckwilh dropped
nu open knife hy his side, which fell  _,.,-,.p_- „
with the,,blade    pointing   upward.  1 'JKML.00 CX 1' f\i\T
Presently   he  bud occasion   In kneel    -
dnwn to do  something,  nml   was re-
rcuude   ,„,bo prcscnceol   Ihe  k ££   CM £    ;
when it penetrated his leg, inllictiiig °
an ugly wound, '. Financial,
The 0, P, B.survey party under the      K''al Estate,
able direct ion of Mr.  Bice has again I liNiiriii'cc iind
returned to   the   neighborhood   of Mining'Agerjts,
Boundary Greek, as the party is now; .  ^
working In the west and south of
Summit camp. It, is mooted that iu
c-onjuciion with the 1'nustraction ofllie
main lino near Suniuill cninp, a branch
road will be built which will lap
Greenwood nnd Wellington camps,
thereby giving the proprietors nf
properties in those camps no nutlet for
their ore.
■mes.NOTAini'is puBiiic.ee**
o
l'':iii'vii*w Towiisiit' Aj-nnls.
<-
... Alunu'.is ...
PUBNESS & PABKIMSON,
l-aunvuav, ll. e.
 +	
I 'lu'i'ivpinuli'iu'i' Solicited,
VKItNON, H. 0,
NOTARY' PUBLIC.
gt.
A.-^oms.'C  fE'oarvK^-
Tiir Wcivai. iNsru.wi'K Coy,
Tiik London and Uancasuiue F1111*
IxaotUNCE Coir,
Tun   [nsokance Coy. of  Nohth
AMERICA,
Tiie London ami Canadian Imu
Insurance Coy.
The Sis Life Assurance Coy ur
Canada,
Tun Dominiof Bt'ii.DiNfl and Loan
Association,
Appraiser I'm: the Canada Per-
stANKN'r Loan am* Savinos Cow
Goods Beliveped Free.
■^^^'^_2i'^i_-___%^i-mm&ii-'.
f-if\
* * ,,•
Mineral Act 1896.
Scientists   fell   us llial,    the    sun
is gradually loosing ils force, nnd thnl
In a few million years thai  body will
be In a congealed state,   tt u nniie • Certificate of  Improvements,
possible to believe this for yesterday ll
put forth its  greatest effort  of the Biotics...
season and wns only nhle to iiinke the n01, p0y ,m. NtniiriN..u.i MisKiaiU'Liius.
Iherinoineler register HH.'. degrees  in Sltiuuo in Uio os..y....a Mining Dlvislui ..!
,     ,    ,       n        11   1    '.     1    1   1 Yale district.    Where   luiartcd;  Cnmp
theshiule.   I'ilni- ulil  heavenly  body! pnipview.
it is iniicb lo ho piti"d   that   it  makes .^-AKE NO'l'tCE. Hinti.Olins. ilu BlolsGreen
such a miserable attempt at  being   I   imoiiHoi'iliiiKnh.vloweiiiisolicl I Hold
,    .        ,,       ,        ', . ,\|illl'sl>ll.,l,IIIUII'il.i,[|.iUI'Vli.»',ll.l'.,ll',-,' sirs
warm, after helng nred up lm- su maiij' cerllllcnto :--. 1811*1*, anl, *i-iy days from
in'
illinnsof years,   If il dose,,,,, do be,- t'u7:777777,77?77,
tn he star led to lend assistance in
warming up tlm atmosphere,
ter In future an electric stove will have inirpiso ..1' obtaining 11 Crowii grain i.f Uu.
abovo claim.
Anil fui'llior lake  Ico thu; notion, under
I a,,-iiiiii :',T. musl be * inuneneecl  boforo tie-
I Issuance of such coiilfleiite of liiiiii'ovumoiils.,'
Midwny is  much closer to mime of Dated this 12th day of July, t-a-.
the piincilial camps in lhe disirici Hum I      ,      —        ~... ~™™„
many have been led lu suppose, During the past, week parties have heen '
In town purchasing supplies wl time \r     ..- ,-   ,
fro,,, west Copper camp.    These Certificate  nl   Improvements,
parlies have constructed 11 short, piece
of trail which leads thein  from  their
t'-fti
:':":
'.- ,<■-.',
COUNTY COURT  NOTICE.
A sitting of the County Court nf Ynle will I e
holdon
At Midway on Monday the 10111 dnj* of
Octobor 18IIS.
At lho hour of II o'clock in tlm foronoon,
By Command,
W.G.Mc'IYNN,
Ituvi'i'iniii'iil Omen, Midway, 11. C,      Il.ll.C.C,
llih .Inly, 18W.
'IS-Kl If 1? -It   » $    If
fhe Miners Home,
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
THIS HOTEL offers the best of accommodation
at moderate charges, Only the licst brands ol
liquors and cigars kept on hand. A gnnd tabic
and pood beds add much  to the comfort of its
I
ft
patrons.
E. MORRIS, PROP.
Rosslaud.
Greenwood.
THE BEALEY
I ilu i
ENT AND TRUST CO.
LIMITED LlAtllLITY,
Mineral Ate 1896.
ft'- ^ ,'M
**}   VaNI'V^a  i-rif^    f*~
•(,'    u:M-,-    !     :•■'■'-''
Provincial Secretary's Ollco.
Rea! [stale and Mlnitig Brokers.
...
(Il.o. K. r.ani.*.     MANAflER
llrei-niii.uil Cilv, It. li.
Bill Juno, ISIIS
l US IKIN'OI'llil.i- l.i,-ii'.'liiiiil-ll..vi-rii.ir I
fl   lioonplonsed npnini
bUOSAHIl NollHls ICsqnili;.(lovovii ul is!.
:..hi.|a,i.ii-i,iii.-,'.„:,.' fn .!,- i-:,..i UidhiB
i Yule Kloclornl a    .
3ircrt.f.{r.i-. ':    I''- /I ''   ■ -      ...ml,...\.'ni...' 1
.   .  ,1. MINHUAI. CUIM, iSeVctw a"- a   i ."■'•*.. '.'•" 'f",'l''',lh!'''lil,ii','
camp nut onto Ingram creek, nml by situate in lhe  Osny.ms Mining Division ol ntlnuol .- in.-- foi ..   rl 1,.- [,i-c
80 doing they put themselves in lunch       Ynle , Dlilrict.   Where l.icntcd:   Camp Inilvo Arwomhly hi llic Knsl Itlillng of Villi
, ,   ,       ,    i      Fnlrviow lClcciora'. Ilisti'lct.
wilh  the  wagon   roud   used  by  lhe  -pAKK NOTICK, that I, Chns. do Hlolsai'enn
ranchers in that neighborhood,    In   I.    [•»   ft;"!,  I'"1;. W"',„A* ]!'"i lh"
 ,        . .  minors conlllciito   .a,,,   en:::! 1  Alfred
constructing this trail  Ilm  ininers ol   A. Davidson froo Miners corllllcut,  N'u, TU1M,
West Copper camp are closer in ln"ah | l^'jttiiiiaa'it^iar^i'^^^^irij
wilh Midway Ihnn any oilier point nn t linprnvmnonls. for the piiriiosn ufobUihihiB u
_,,,,, ,ni ii, i ei'icin L'lii'il "I" the iih.'vi'.'l.iiliie.
Boundary Creek, und  will no^ daunt    And fiinlicr lake notleo thul. nellon. undor
uiake Ibis place their purchasing poinl IIM!I!]ll}5 J:?ce^n^ito'o'T"itHirov'Mii1 ii'w '*"""
for the future, Dated tlilsli!thilayct,liily, Isas.
Fire Insurant.! a Specialty.
ijbiii&m'ft'. ."".-'■ __-__-____-miE^mE.mi'mBmt'
■:<w-.w.*-i.n*-v..-r.«-*.■•■.•*n -■.-'
IN THE—'"""ME.'
VV, PALRYMPLE
(GroaaLOVEfcl    3Bld,olcisaai.A'fc*a
FAIRV115W, Il.e.
All Kinds of Repairing.   HorsBshoelng
.iSiieeinltv.
W ! it)
1
I ift '
iff    f
!
S'i
7
it
ft
7. L0UI8 HOTEL at
iTffiffMtflM*T**-fr^^ —
Camp McKinney, B. C
Patrons will find a new house, neatly furnished,
and possessing' all modern conveniences, tending
to the comfort of g-uests. Strict attention paid to
the wants and wishes of customers at all times.
UOOD  STAHI.INC!  ON  THK  PREMISES,
T, DONALD & Co. Props.     T. DONALD, Majjr. THU ADVANCE
Midway, B.C., August8, 1898.
BOUNDARY CREEK MINING MD Mil LING
, LTD. LY.
Incorporated October 21st, 1896.
HEAO   OFFICE ,   eRBEMWOOD CXITST, B.C.
Capitalization $1,500,000, in Sl Shares, Trasary Stock 700,000 Shares.
COMPANY'S PROPERTIES.
The Company's mining properties now consist of fourteen claims, viz, the D. A., G. A. R. Bi g
Ledge, O B, S. H. B., Fred D., S. F, J. A. C, P. H., C. S, & H, E. C. B,
Prospective,  Spokane  and  Granite  Falls.
SIX OF THESE HAVING BEEN ACQUIRED SINCE INCORPORATION
I?
DESCRIPTION.
OFFICERS O FCOM PANY
D. A. HOLBROOK
B. JACOBS	
- - - -  President
_ - _ _ _   Manager
SECRET AnY-TllEASTOER
On the "I). A " is il vein ahoul 20
inches wide, with a pny-streak of I to
12 Inches; from tnis 8,053 lbs. of ure
wns shipped to the smelter, giving
$103.16 guld pee ton, silver 71 7-10 nzs.,
nml 2 per eenl. lend. A tunnel is heing
driven un this vein from which ore Is
being taken. On the same property is
n larger vein (quurlz) currying galena
and pyrites,
BANKERS:
BANK OF MONTREAL
Vehnon, B.JC,
k
VS-.I
The "tit. A, 1!." hns a 30-fool shaft
sunk on a 2-foot vein, henyily niinerul-
izei! with nt, intimate mixture of iron
and copper pyrites, galena, hie,nle and
silverglaiiee. Tlle ii nesl pieces til'wire silver luiiinl nn 1'mind,, ry( 'reek were taken
froui (Ills shaft. Avoiage assays from
different places across the vein gave
$8.00 gold, ail oz-. silver| alsu $8,00
gold and 160 uzs. silver and une, the
latest return—$15.05 gnld und 11)04*6
ozs, silver per ton,
On the "Big Ledge" is a 10-foot
ipiarlz vein, mineralized with irun
pyrites. This vein has been opened
up liyeriiss-eiils nn lhe surface foi'500
feet. A narrower vein has been
opened up. lieing nne fool wid,a curry-
in;: considerable copper pyrites, nud
runs into lhe n,uin ledge as a spur, un
which n tunnel of ID feel has heen
driven. Average assays gave Sin guld
anil I 1-10 ozs. silver, and SW.iiogold
17J uzs. silver, 2 pel eenl. copper
The "S.I'." lies lei weed 111" II. A. II
and I). A., in the direct ion ol the strike
on the CI. A. 11. vein. This location hns
een made on a vein of pyrrhotite,
The"0. II." has two distinct veins
one 2,"i feet>'ldo which, from ils strike
and general character wnnlil st  In
*
ne the same vein us thai on the Big
Ledge, although sufficient has not
heen dune to make ihis conclusive.
The second vein hus at presenl. ,i
width of nearly three feet, Assays
have shown values in gold frum $1.00
to $170,53,'wlille a conservative sampling by Mr. ti, ti. Fowler, M. E, gave
$20.00 hi.guhl.
%
Ou'the"S. II. B." nre two converging veins nf copper nnd iron pyriles,
on which work is now being done, An
average assay gave, gold $1.60, silver
lflj nzs., cupper 11,00 per eenl., or
$40,44 for all values,
This compnny i.s registered under the
Companies Act, 1890, nnd amending
acts, in the office of the Registrar in
Victoria, li. C, for 1,500,000 shares at
$1.00,   non-   assessable,   of   which    a
The "Kreil D," Mils located 111 He
cemher, 1805, more ns ground for a
basis for mining opemlions for the
ulher claims than fnr ils presenl value,
although Ihere is lillle ilniil.l that the
large vein uu the (I. I!, runs lhrough
it. There is a small vein of galena un
Ihis claim,
The ".I. A. ('." has a large Iron-
capping running Ihrougli il from the
Anacoudii, at a deplh uf a few leet.
The nre carries a considerable percent
age of of copper nnd $10 in gold.
Thu remaining six claims nre ull good
prospects, but ns yel very liltle development work has been dune on
Ihem.
porlion  of  the Treasury stocK is now
offered al 10 cents a share on applica-
j  cation to the company.
\ U/a,
J
Certificate of  Improvements.
Motiuo.
Gilt Knur. Minhuai, Claim,
Silunt.i in the Kettle River Mining Division
or Yale District.    Whore locnted:   In
Greenwood Ciunp, on the east of the
Montezuma mineral claim.
TAKK NOTICE linn I, John A. Coryoll, ns
ngenl (nr .Initios Marshall, five minor a
coiiltlcnto Ne. 6S878, Intend, sixi y ilnys from I ho
dato lioroof, lo apply in tho Mining liocordcr
for n Cortlflcnto ot Impi'iivomoiits. for tho purpose uf obtaining a Crown Grant of Um nbovo
olalm,
And flintier tnko notloo Hint notion, undor
sccllon 117, must  bo oommonood boforo llie
Issuance uf such t 'art ille.u., .if Improvements.
Dated this Ullli dny af t'lilii'iinry, 18!ts.
SEEDS! = SEEDS !lYou Want the Best and the CheaPest:
CHOICE NORTHERN OROWN
Garden Sec '
In. .A. ary
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iin  W»   ,■"
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•2_A.TBX.XX.
Showlne the Dntos nnil Plnces of Courts of
Assize, Nisi Prlus, Oyor and Tormincr nnd
Qenoral Gaol Delivery lor the Your 1808,
Sl'lllSII ASSIZES.
Nanaimo Tuosdny, miiMuj
Naw Viasimlnslor Tuosdaj*, 10th May
Vancouvor Tuesday, 17th Ma)
Victoria Tuosdny, 31sl Mnj
Clinton  Monday, 30th May
Kamloops Mnuilny, Bill Juno
y jt'iton Moi.dny, Illl I) .1 mi"
•Nobon Monday, Stlth June
•Donald Monday 2Hh Juno
"Special Assize.
1,'AI.I, ASSIZES.
Clinton Thursday, Hnd Soptombor
lliclilk'lil Monday, until Soplomber
Kamloops Monday, Snl Oc or
j.j-llnn I'Vlday, 11 Hi October
Vornon Monday, 101 li Octobor
New Westminster. ..Tuesday, la, Novombor
Vancouvor Monday, Iltb Novombor
Victoria Tuosdny, 151b Nov Iter
Sn miiuii Tuesday,(2nd November
Quantity ..        ¥   Quality ..
AT EASTERN PRICES.       1 THE BEST PRODUCED.
MAiL  ORDERS  FILLED  PROMPTLY.
. . .We Ray The Duty . . .
O..B& P. B. NELSON,
Seed Merchants, Kelson, Wash.
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The Golden Gate Hote
l-.VIIIVIKW. II. C,
GOOD AOOOJ1MODATION,  GOOD STABLING,
Stopping Place for Stages to ancl from Penticton and Oro, Wash.
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RPOOKT VM - HOUSE
GKEI3NWOOD CAMP, BOUNDARY GREEK, B. 0.
THE ONLY PERFECT FENCE.   McMullen's Fencing   and   Nettings
miniwiTiuinp rrunuin Combine these two Qualities.
SL ft WOVEH WIRE FENCING no others no.
luior W      WIRE ROPE SELVAGE. 	
HOG FENCINGS   AT   SPECIAL,
LOW PRICES.
(.till. OTHER V.UIIIOTlli.s OHEAP.)
Manulacturoil and Suid by
THE ONTARIO WIR-* FENCING CO., LID,
l'.cani, Ontario,
McMullen's are the only good nettings
sold in Canada, They are unequalled for poultry yards, trellises, and
lawn fences.
Ask your hardware merchant for McMullen's goods,   If you cannot buy of
I The Manufacturers at Picton, Ont., or to
him write to    The B. Greening' Wire Co., Ltd., Hamilton and
I       Montreal, General Agents.
JAMES COOPER, flontreal, General Agent for Railway Fencing.
THE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER,
First Class Accommodation,  (lund Stabling,  Terminus of .Stage Line
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors.
i.ood Accomiiiodiitlon for Travelers.   First-class Meals Served
Good l.ivei'v Stable in connection.
FRED GRAF, PROP.
A NACONDA HOTEL
^    ^   U™-«^TO^,™M™— - "■"'
♦ ♦ ANACONDA,   B.  C.
♦ » —
Visitors to lhe Boundary Creek Mining Camps, Stop at the Anaeonda       )
Good Table  -  Good Beds  •   Good Liquors -  Good Stabling'
N. Tlioll, Proprietor.

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