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 THE ADVANCE
7oL XII. No. 9.
MIDWAY, I1ITBH COLOBU. lOWAY. JAW AIT 1.  1900.
12.00 per Tear.
J.
P. McLEOD.
B.uimwm. Solicttdb, Etc.
Gu-jiiomi. tl C
U   NICHOLSON,
-: NorTABT PCWJC, '
REAL ESTATE.
FINANCIAL AtiENT
and MINING BROKER.
c*mp matamet, b.c
Dr. R. Mathison,
 : DEMIST.
KABCV-FLOOO   BLOCK    ■    GBEESWOOO.
l a. Binrrr. a. c. m e w.
Hallett & Shaw
HAHBISTEHS.  SOLICITORS.
\itar*,   Patac
Cah'ot A'iilnm   "HxLLfrrZ
Coots: Hetltir'. )A.-St_ll'i.Xaete.ngtt\
•   *      *»'«iti *. Letlter *.
G*BE> WOOD. B.C.
JAS* SUTHERLAND,
. . . _mnr_v, b.c.
50TABT  PTBUr.
ccsrwis brokcr.
CTIJSHEBIOS ABMSX.
Ctutirau ia:.*T_ -lus*! Hlnarci 1.'
asst U:4 ' it oes-OT 4*»»!i up. I 1 -
4a*t_u__.    _-\_e_ tais.
Coamaaxc: xe. kx tzx., ae telazz: •
cecal ptly *.:'.ai2d«d j.i.
_4 MERRY XMAS
To   Tta Year's Prom
All.
increased 0evdop._ent ia the
Boundary Creek District.
And  to rruke it a joyful one  to all vour dear
ones aaa frieads we have gathered front     i nt                      *
and Occident -any beautiful articles statable as Summary of the Work Done in
present^.                                                                      the Leading Camps.
D    et importation of Japjin**^ art g^ods  i —»	
<ery. Vases. Trays tad  AntimD.v/'
GooU.   From ths aart_, L dia;' Far Collarets u
■adffitts.   G*:n-.!?-n--i's Fu/Coits. G'.ovjs and ■
Caps j    so fiaa SK-waar mi o_ur a;:-:i "'
article '''
- -i..- Zhe ■
Bur.darv i'
--try.   In
'i- •.   t..
♦    ♦
0..
coai j
a ty gr >:sne;
Onta-i.i   apples
■-.-. i was of this »'
leai in peel.
Willi 111
tiaa -  '
l-s*. max tie ■•
I ._•--. iI
new teajv
Always happy to see and wait on you at
■xiroSI OFFICE STORED HAIN & CO.
MIDWAY.
Vf.
IViLRTM
K3
1     mxXaaamteaaaaO t^—a
FAIRVIEW
B.C.
AH Amis
at
Sapalrtag.
A toettth-
Har«aa«jr.*
Thmm. leDmeaaA
*TX>.
B. H. McEatir*.
3fe3_i_ji
5
s
Hotei Spokane,
i Seventh St. - .lidwav.
l~j*m*r*^Lr~
.1. riORAN, PROPRIETOR.
McDonnell & MeEiitira,
Mines and
-:- Real Estate.
Greenwood and Camp McKinney.
A new building.   well furnished.    Every thin:,- new
and  rirst-dass.    Only the cboicesJ   Wines.   Uqi
and Cigar fc   - irters  f
-**v ... -/■v^"-. -^^s^s. yN ^v/v
r      v w1 ^      ~ a*
J.i     - ■    n  -h~   -•■zr-zx-..:..-..;..
9 tea r. s i_kei_heff**d -hat Ihtnu
are >.* least twenty  a.irr.r-z r-r-u-r':--
" - -'• : jh.it. with OA__fcfTcnB-
ditiotis preva; .: z ':; \ >Te-:tj.:.c with
their development, vv il .-.'.'ri'i the
x-ar \AX ■r'roe -hifc "z '...'-.—. ':'.
(_ he . '.inri th»t t_? —Sttkt
tppaua '-.-< te enter.: z ■:* d a
PerioJ ot l»4uj>triil Activity
-h.tr   -iv 'c  r*_*.«tniT ^pi^j*^i t.i
._j    v=*. tn- x"'.nn:r    ■ :-x.:.' to -o    -..--
■   with tr.ti irntaoa^y BBfov_Bt tee*
j i.n .<f theftot—MR   Tht tTi ■: aae
■iiiriDi   !*&.'  on   :t—o- _r_-.-r:-< zx..
—-i  j- "- lir-'ti..- -i   -.'z..-z '■:-...
ippr.-pn-Jtt.-ifv *,        - r '«-'.!-.:  ut.:--:
■     -r-   st   :' --     It-   o :• rt-
tnine • mldiiiif-. th* whuie rrprr^ntiBtj
* i.trz** .<nti.*.T of ihjj-y It i* CMiumi
that th^ "rite nitR*" oo these thr«
mime
b ■/**• Feet in WiML
.j,_   ll t   be w.»k t-i. n«irl*r _tin
j. i. d 'we.
Th-   B* .'kiTn. Sri-itiwioder.  l_tHa>
.i-*i R.4ih..i^   .*mp*w- -tno*ri--r irmp
i p**."*1*^ ii..iirr -x'.- aiMnaxFiD-*fir.
Th.* nwri-rn. Jhi* Dum.i.ii-in 0^***rO\.
• t Xxir'-'-i". x -> n.xX'i ..ih-t claims in
th-   M-tntv     Thir  B Mjn  .ij..,'    e.
mem d -.. n 23) f--< -nth ai-nni 3«
f--' f i if .ai fxl r -■* .it'ing »l l_-
.".     . *--, mi mf-t. at. -b' 29)
' ... c       Th—-     *'..n>i".«<    h.i.i*
.t^i.-tl ... arz- xt'.xx'ii.iir^ >sf *hipptn«
. r - Th • ■**tcfrr*i*xmi-r ,i<>ubl# t-ompar*-
-iif i- .i-.wn HI: f—'. .r.th 30)
f—t  .f-r k-. ■: t.iij ui.i iir- uni.i   thr
'..'■--   ■        rXri   ,:,.:        rotx    ore   ill   -latlJ.
them ,r-,i'.~, ■■—. puMjMi ti -t-z.i--
._: -i    -...    ■-.    T'n*-^i- iffn prpr"-.
oe !■•*.-_ njait»p^.i otrh a 2r»itttl 	
fttotm :-,- iz.•■-.■ j"inr. '>-     is      _gv
.-.ar- _M   i-lj_ p.-.v   .-:.    fbe   ~
A :    i- tiiOr^^sur roa  ir   -.-ir    ■  ;h-il.    *
J     •* :e5'u:-ii   mike  Rawcui-  'ts-r-
iban fl» f«r». ij h-ici* ettrmded ir„   r.-
-" '.'.ij ir-t r .:.';. . . -' ar i-*i_*t>(U-
-.■•■.:"-z i-.,\r . ,: - -•:-■'. - ■'■ r •xrh-
::. ja.tJ aiJitauo- an^-ati. A :»•> c*ni»-
:-.:■■■ mtatabatx. ahvwAf dmra ;•.' let*
- r ■ i ..;r,i ... r.e Ij.tti.* *tir:- tr-
■n-r >- -ii- .tar>. Ih- liar*.
i., . i-n- b • >. . y-. ' ■-• n-Ru: ;•'
s mast j a mSh an; iron tUi Slew*
•■■-•.--*-"*!>•
Thr >.hfr prot*ertii?s ir, this camp
naiui*.i aimTr u.-u-r •— za-r-d wi'h .
baefaM__BnL Tbt .**.;■ rmah e h j •ir-
pini "rith a rtona c*.*-i  piiurt and i>
m   i jo __ a  ..- .i jj.- ^<-f-. .—
P*»»t p-irrbajed tot lbe .*>,io*K tocae
ofaa air e"mp«i*-isor rcpHl (« of o-*-' •-
tin*3Ddnil!i.» STO borsii r».w*r Nattnrir
o# bnrtitHita] tttbtdm I". ii-*r*t ird
pi»t* buistjng and Dumrtr.i apriitr -*
Th»  plant   ii   now   being   iann -:
C.iaiu.i _:i:us and  co_fi>rtahl<.   i,
io*p have leen _wti*d _  ih**  a  -•
and all arran^mects hjiv^ i^^n  n. _;-
with the ohj*_t uf wnrmnjicuolmtii -js-
i»
LirtU*   informal inn     is    tt   prp-.'-'j
av»iUI>lr ro *h.> writi-r ri-.pw:t;nt£ ' .:■*
Morri-am. T»n iu.m' hs uc'i 'he r,..- m
ger ^tar-d for p.ji .ii*j\ri.in fhar. T* ■
i»dz» haii he-n nn hy . inonel 2B1 f— *
tn*'. w the mrfact*.and that wh«-r-.- a
.in. it w... T.i f»*rt in «.iii:h. wiih 31 te--
-i solid _a_' ore. A t> ■n: pn-<*ir pla a I
w.m tn.*.*t '—i   r 'h-1  rr-^-'iu  !v-
thr h*li.      K—'rr'i,* w   rx W is JilJ*t.**'
-ii.-nr :r'-. .....-;   >m/ i.i  re-' rv-. J" ■ :
-h,- .jmn-ixr.y   tuning lhe inirte arm
*•"•: J.r   .perttjiJO..    (J    t   n:jch  jim:--
An -iH-h'Jr^e  power  bialer. cntEr---
* r i"'l  'iir-.-e  juar.aa-   iriiU   art •--:
:-. •  -*--s   f.r    ;he   BiKkhiJcn    •   . -
which, a.ter sinlcin?   ta  in»:i;ne  A'- -*-
pec* *h.*f-. ahi. ;'. i'l.'f-ei x_, a hig   ■■ ,;-
f ".re. prepaaak*   • '.:- he nu m_  ■
put   d<..*n a   Kitui  aadai   wurk ■;
<lMi'.     M ch   prvpr.-ring   ha>   '-
lorn,   in   'w     >r   -r.-—   r.r-.-ih .-■   z
'l- :.-.-.- 5.  ujOut i ---< Mining   - j
M.. :r..- C _:acy * ir^    ■   *.f 1-5 jj7..'
*,'. nzf i: lhe n.jr-a bid   r  Li-i_l.v ;
i.-nio. n-ceot work h.t.*   -Je«n n.rfi'.-c
cbiefiv to  tbe Gold Bu*  -n wh;c
theft tm heme • _t !i'' bet tad    •
W«t E-w-r   ...-r-.v.,j
-r.-
'G€ CUIl WD'
A
h_*
■ i-er '
.ox: 'ne mg
ce Luiaiu  EL-av
m ellinrto* Camp.
.1-.   .
iue "t    Ittea.   atrVt.iv   _ ving  ntwh
pnaaisr tw emeOTo by deveiopiinr farta
MCI CtEEK HOTEL . . .
MOCTR OF BOCK CREEK
JB. V&*-a
rtm _uaa  AccoamoDtr-M   .<« i".j am**
600D STABLING
*_T   fcnet—lrfrnili.-utjn Kf. .r *&..r- m
ABMSTRONft HOTEL.
H.   KEYES.  Prop.
Guod Ac«:umuwiiiati.>n.
Best l_|Mn arret l;on.
Fir«r.-t trk^c -SJ.,'■■ " *
ARMSTRONG   B.C.
ij, A****************** 9
IUXMLMOH. I
Pnetteal Waieb lakep. **
I JUST
| ARRIVED
m*7      -SSS—SE—S—b—x
I
I
$ Japanese Ware
f and  Silks       ir{
,    ..ue.
\    pcaia*-
nitat-i. *i lhat ther" are rhese. in ad
ditno to the BJureadvanued pror-enies.
lo he kept jn mind in estnostiof the
groving  valae.   fnun  a  (ivmmerruu
p>-int .>f view, uf thb d_tri<*t.
;,.,        For moveoieore the rwiw pc mtoetit
wt     pencerties will r«. referred to in   -amp
\jjf     urntipa. bo attempt N-inc made to tWJ
Qi     with the_ in i>ri-*r ..f estimated ;m-
i
FINE
LINE
>R
,,-*tC5
fo
to
fo
H .__..
#
\J/
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xi)
W
ml
\J>    v
portaoe*. Ti- -'
Phiieoix. I>_:■
r.io ;rtd Tentr.. •
S* th'ise ni
it Wrliicr-
Phoenix Camp.
Tie  AToidac-*. -f    aaa
•t.'.D.    -ictii      t»eeTit!v
• r"-t.jv.-«i   -jtmp—   '■■    -'
..■■-■     a_
kn -vn    B
..i   • i'y
■ .'.—is n«.w
IS Ph.e-nJi
n. h __
|THE MIDWAY TRADING G0..Lm |
•^ J, B.JA3 3 33.   _i_as«r, ,7'
ft- iY'
^-&*£i£.£*&* -ti.-' ii f .-*-■ >; <; gafii*^- _, _j-.'t»
v^^r^1^^''1?^1?*?'**-'^--^ *?vvv> ■v-^-'x'*'
irtr pnj&pecl ril.
Deadwood Camp
1        -J-      *Ui^,        ...    IQrfe   ir*-    50tE-
-...'. ...rge 1-jJ";-.^ nl .ire. ad
-^i.... j.y ju?rii- i-*tvr w.*ri J.aie 00
tne >l..'..n. r L.-1- SimhiA, MvanrMM
atei 111 n_afl_-decree 011 the Biica'ttorn
and neuhuoriotf gniupe. The «o.k
■tune ou the Mother L._» nas doue
much todetuonatratelhe i_lue of the
luinvrai muuix-ra oi tne district.
frf—ft deVetoJM.eut. entered tipoo
ia 1 ne Fa.i ui iSUL .as .:emduy coaitio-
ued un una 1AA1. 1 or _atn unit a
trim j. »i. j_> .r-t. <...na sutue JUU
feet of ha__ lu.ib,-. ■ tne nt.i, ihe
wm/aemymm -ei .n-r eale?Qu«iog almMi
J.' fevr a goer up iix,ii tbe t-uu_r ut
. ur ?aalt.   tKtlhJtl   Md   ..'.rlcd    Si   I Or
_he ... .ue B.li.    l'ue mmk duste at the
30n>t.e\el,atoned nnm lorn xtmin
•^ixit.  tmtibi-"- a Urn.  run   xl)   feei
•   ... .1,0 egtreifalrs Hxixle  klM feel.
Am halo** npaniiw iiilea >h_  le.rl haa
.each a tl trrx and  a   * JH _  ln.Hll tlie
... d ^'     --.- .t   ai.net  a ..'.etsdoatl   170
I•-..     -       ,   .r.r  tl..:.!.,-.    Jvnie tf) fret
-r^t.   .1.-J . i^--e l»..'. .  ....  x, iriZX    .vrjrtj
..-..trO    -ar.)    -.-it   lU-Jtitn—   wiil
...r .rs.-xi'2se) 1- . .-, no ot atuptrji
.r  1   1.    :. - -r.   : .'.",:-,-. tndi-ueou
,   ..-     -   t- ned  -p _jt>et aeejjer
.-   .....  ... .... i.z. ' 00. leaves unt
.... n   i '«taeen   tQr
:     .      -   ...-.    Lt-   ■       .- t c-iriisalKif-.
..."      tt   aiiJ.,1   r.a.r   >•.   je.era.
-- m Mirnhrn* ii Tax Adva>._
d. .'-; 1 tame     1 -ata^taiaaal tuti-
The camp is at H—tl 1
hv matt :*     im_ae 1
•*pre*-r.'. ■.
a„ au.- r,
r f ;,-
it tbem
.iie Gi^i.
for *evrri.
est   kn..*-.
-h _l .-
360 I -'■
OI.I Ir I
.tt m   x.-r-■'■■—xi     V
t.< anil .•:-*■>.-titd .-n t
are   tbe   Wusnipes   ind
. t-'roaru.   TVe   fucuier __
\ ytmrs been  '.lie of the
1 praperties in the liist.-.;. t. Un ore mam
\ it«f for it much uroaiinence as re^ ■" •
both quantity and value. The devei. t
i ment wuirt—uiw»t  of it di'Cte Jui ...
the year now .HiotHug—is as iViti.m-
1 Xo. 1 aii. ft s down ;io feet: No. 2. :•
I feet: Ttm. i lo feet: So. 4. i5 feet
i So. i 13 feet.    >■». I.'.' and I ar**
nected hy crosscuts drifts and rt -
j fhaateam 1 nd drifts fn^ui So.  ♦ :
iahoot ISI)  feet  al  the  3)-fooc   b
aiwut jfli f-et at the  i- •*■'«•( level .
I more than Um) feet   t:   :he 3.»[. ■
' leveL    Much ore haa t*— r   :.et w.tr.
i these wotkinjes.   Seven    :.-timt   •
i snoots have been enci'.jater*-d in  t :-
' Nf ore lone partijiiiy   :?>;iss<-Jit at - -
jSOMoot level and dr.v.nii ss now
j progress: to cut at this Jrvci a Uxiy
ore opened on the Mirtace by the r' .
■ray grtiie and  '.here :.r._?r.s    ;p
25 feet in width.   IM ■—M fa -., 1
ped with tao builer^ gHna* *<-r-.
f»wer. bi'tst.   ikih;i>    .. ,;   a   >}j.
air ci _pre.51.1r.     The   plant   wiii
added :.. U r-jiired. btit a.>t until it 1
crrr.i.:.   :'zal   the   t.   *iy   ,*an   t.ti.
awav more ore than an be ;:iJr.ed xx-,- ■
that now n use here.    A  -hortagr 1.
. ore .-'jtrs for a while t» anticiptited.
The Golden Crowa.
Tjj- n-.a.n -halt   r' -he tioiden i.'r  '-
...   -.     _z. -    - it the Zi'rz- ,t * :•'::..
f -.ce vertt.
!
COPPF-li  3T
GR_ESW00D B.
♦
♦
♦
♦
Qood Toots   Plenty  Material.      *
aad 3a years eiperWace   to io    ^
%»rk owractlr.   ... ♦
♦
z_v —_         _
m .. — ~~~ — . . . . ~ . .. . _.**_. a
i
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»9-M-***?^3****i*i*l**2k*******-ii***:^9i»»»Ji?*K    ll tt--'-'
\ ar the 3*
Midway Meat Market
\k. \. 'liUHES. Proprietor.
At this e<_Mi-.r.:?*.-•-jr-t >oiirs cin ;et choicest cats ot
"&*Z~r. H. rrON. POWSi and VE\L.
Betjri^ertttoroa tiie 3px*-_a
TE_E=MOr*.£ 31 1- P  O- 80X 25.
i^S0eS90990t99^$e99^99e9?ri9tCt*;txt«t9999(xttttS*i9t^'
—■--. >n.i -r. :;:- , v'.on.i
* 88) feet at tn- 2HM.n'< :-vt. aad 'H'
O ;■—:.,: li.r IS foe* levei. The Kn»r.
j. Hi.i J- ". 'ro , turn.**} pr..f*.**ttt.-r. ".-
f .ii!.j -..nr; - -■ z -■ mm teet a li u
« equal haMacs run oadnAi aci jr'-->-
J -utsfromi-   Twoak-litaflu together
* -■-     .    - it':-.-- r**  ',,-rx ar.';   x
* " no  -•
* am 1- - :--■ ..- eet la f-rau__y
f -            •■ SOfeet ieeae  r*. - t   _0tl*
t ■:.'-,-   -    .    r.zzr'i,   ir-,.   S.-.'l
\ -;-..:: of the   I .i In.rj-j
air*-.t*iv -x,  :Ei[.ie.iwi
Tn
MIDWAY WEWS &TffiDE£SS_
I 1 I ************* I   I  >a»4«a»«» I   j***********  r,.....-t    -tt«hl- ..:   j-fttnj*   atone tilt-
*"»* *■   _ *h^ -•  ,„yv  fnnl   4    j^jtii  „( ii,,) fp„,.
Ii now open with a Stcwk of
SL Luke's Horns...    ;
A Private Hospital
and Nurses Home.
Opfenmeimer St.. Vancouver.
Medical.3Bn<ii.nl andMldwifery Jise<
recetTed. Ter_»:— Private Rooms.
ttSper   week ;   Betls   in   Wards. |1S '■	
i^Tt U-8 f» Leading i*puir« W*~" r»B «4
>uise« wnt into the coiiutry at tb*!
•JlitBIt" charges, telegnuns reeejvin*r I
immediate attention. 'J
AH applications to he made to I _,, m a r    a a r\
sisterfraxces. linos. Walker, Prop.
:.ri?v*r* ni'fUi-'r.t.ii £ :^u;.ir ;.i:*iwi> ^^^r^-
h*-:-:,- a- d »i:.lI- pumping ifftiunt
T'r>* ni-io-ndn^   dir»^.*ttir   r-^.'^Q^v
CIGARS,  FANCY GOODS,   ETC.
i-'itis—tb.it foe
hold 9Jm terns
<■>.      .-I   V.c
.._ ^ honk x,-
.iranwjc        . .''    ....     ii    men
rtTujuu '-       -      ■!-    *J<in(Pci-»-re»:d ... -   ..-   rant^-rjtnd
f..rem—n   r»»peitin*iv   mad S detarbed
cxtaftea for en>(_ .ye*   with   families
•tcalk MNd, j wete afar. hoiitdortiKjt the y«_r.   Then
mMw%.   &,(•_    i there an big ahaft hooara ami other
-..-I----,  atrutrx- -. ■       z-.,■■>-:■ .
tii£,ifctjsu pefaaa_ettcy.
The Sunset Uroup
adjoins the Mother Lde     >l -    f th-
* th d..ue on this jtr. ujj  tn_    r_ ,„,
ine   Suri-et.     The _nat*n  >.iv-r h.t-
.1^1   l^rrn   pr^pectrti.     l'nr j,,....   {
.l-*oed 1-.-' .  . a :   .i     jj- ' ... -
rhefloatnt _ _»frethi  -i..**h.   tben
HDUtgUinaTlTofert   S o- ;. '.— :.-.
rhe in-,fi rx   A tne tunrel .-   t   v.nz.- ri-
;—t   ir;  ,1-v A.     Tn-   tr.x^ini   thai
:'—t   n . . >       vi foe I    . -.*-.
A .NJ -       t    .rir,       O-n-    \r-f   a^'U'
.ii, - ; ..ii.. ,.i.d . ii—cul?. The
1.1. -Jiaft bas iei-U .-ni m _**ii t>> a tWti-
nrtiiparfmeni worWmtc -cjf. ejtch t.
feet hy a teet in lb- clear. An earlier
report jfave the total ot oe wort dorx*
on ibe protwty as MB fori i.f turnel-
ling aad IB feet of .oaf t work.   Tbe |
-.   '.
Irjlt.
1 had l>-
-oni.   A
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leore.    At
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MIDWAY, B.C., JANUARY 1
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Subscription L'rioo, ti.il) i*'r milium, payahlq
in iwtvmiuu, clllu-r ytatty or luilf-ynirly ut the
option ji Uii'.-.ih-iTiiuT.
Ailvorll Iiir II tics -.'i-i '"ii niiiilii'.ition.
Tilu-Jjll    ll" COlUIIllll nf Till!  AliVANi'K arc
alH-iynopon fur ii"' ilimiu_lon nt lnfttttm ut
piitilic inlKTOi nn.l Imporlonoo. wo iln iml eeo-
nos-ni'Ilyoii.l irsn nny if iln' apluions oxpro-ed.
Corroapaiiilaaoa ufn p-rsonjtl iinun-o will not be
publlsliod.
MONjOAY. JANUAMY 1. l«U>.
A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR,
To ilny ano'ili:t yi-ni' i ■ i-nlert'il iipnii.
Us iidvi'iit hul until li'.iiti) I'l'fi'iitly
been niiticlpiited i" ilu* Boundary districl with ounlideul liopn unci sunguilie
exppcMimi. Bul difliqiiltiea have
arisen ivliioli Im.!• ti'iiiiiiii'iii'ily—mily
It'inpiU'iu ilj, iiv lli'inly lii'lii've -cliiiiili'il
the pl-ospect, Twelve months since'
tho iiii'iittriii'i' uf b!Miliar national
troubles wnilil, in disarranging the
iimney iiuii'ki'i, must likely have it.
siilt.il wry disastrously to thia dis-
tiici. Nmi', Imwt'vt'i', thr position is,
for us, it much better una. The ex*
tfiil anil value uf our niini't'iil resources
have lieen meanwhile shown to In
gn
Initio!!, particularly as it affect* tht'
Boundary district, was very- loudly
proclaimed hy tlm present (iuveriinipnt
party when in opposition, so that they
shoulil nnt iimv require any urging iu
this matter.
The Minister nf Miues hus promptly
ivmnveil llli' I'ciiKiiiiiiMt' cause for complaint that, would have existed had thej
liiiunil.'ii'V litis lielween lhe Keltic Uiv- j
or and Grand Porks Mining Divisions;
heen altered as proposed in the re-defi* j
nil inn of boundaries gazetted early lust ]
month.   A inure reci'iil Gazette notice i
replaces the|dividing boundary lim- in I
ils  original   pnsilinn.    This  was nnj
mine lliin  was lo h" expected  iif Iff i
iiltenliiiii had been ilirei'leil to the iri*
convHiiicnee tin'  proposed  allertflion
wonld   hi ve   occKsliuied,     Prutiablv I
the pt'ii-pn'iiv ■  injustice   ihu would
haye been dune to those  liipsl  inti i-
esieil was ill... on'e nui'nf inadvei'tem'ti'
—however,  il   vigorous  pinl"si  froni
Grand    Km-ks iiiuiieiliately   biouglit
aliout the desiieil irMl'i.    Perhaps lhe
(inveriiiiieiil will in   like manner consider fairly Ihe actual requirements tif
I lie K-llle River Mining Division, lb-
greater part.—anil, too, lhe part tlint in
the near future will be inns' ilicnnven*
rent, that, even if capital lie ill some  Mired by such acbange'-of which lies
measure withheld, those interested in
our leading mines, now developed sul
flcii'iitly to ship ore, will exert themselves to continue operations so as to
obtain |ivo!ll From the protluctof these
mines. The position, therefore, ivhilsi,
In siniie etteilt disappointing, uiiglit
easily have been liiuch worse. Keep-
ingjlhlsiumind it is well to look ai
the bright side of things. The review
of tbn year's progress, published elsewhere in this issue, gives a record nf
work, mainly well-directed, systematic
work, that has achieved excellent results in the opening up of big bodies of
shipping ore. Then there is the important! complementary advantage
possessed in the construction of the
railway now practically completed.
Sn iiiiiiii money has thus been ex-
peiitied that to stand still is out of
the question, A progressive policy
must consequently lie continued and
this fact contains much to encourage
all to renuwed exertions Despite the
clouds that have lately loomed up
there is tlliereiore room Inr nuieh satis*
faction with the outlook and good
ronton to anticipate thai IflOO will indeed prove a prosperous New Year iu
this district.
The reception accorded Sir Charles
Tupper {list week nas alike vr.allying
tu that veteran sui.'* n . i.ulil credit-
able lo lhe boundary district, At
(irand Forks, Gulliiuliia and Greenwood honor was done him, This was
mosl marked ai the inst-iiauied town,
wiieri'the laigesl. ball obtainable was
nut nearly large enuugh to hold all
who desired to hear him speak. And
speak he did in no uiieertaiii tones,
anil with unabaietl vigor and zeal in
the cause nl lbe party of which he is
tlie distinguished leader. His visit
was a tribute to the growing importance of the dislrict. ItCJ.nnot fail to
be a benelit also, for the inure our leading legislators see fnr Ihemselves-of
this section nf tbe country the mure
firmly convinced will they become
that il will speedily grow in population
—as .Mr. Oliarles Wilson aptly put itat
the iiiefiiiivt— in population, pltt'a vot-
... est of Midway, hi fore yielding in th
I'iainnriif llinse enncerneil mainly in
adding In lbe seeming Importance of
Greenwood fora removal of the Mm
ing Recorder's Ofli e fnun its more
convenient local ion al Midway.
HININO NOTES.
A p... in-ill. of $3.5.0011, Ihe second
under ili'i bund on the Siioivshne, near
Phoenix, wjis lately m i le bv lhe Bi it -
ish Ciiliiniliiii (Rnssliiud and Slocan)
.Syndicate, Lid.
It is stated that thirteen carloads of
machinery for the Mountain I,inn
mine, Republic, arrived rfcc tiHy at
Grand Forks, having been brought in
over the Ooiumbia and Western rail
way. It will lie hauled thenee to the
mine in wagons.
The boundary line between Ihe Ketlle River and Grand Fnrks Mining
Divisions not tn be altered as stated
in Ihe redefinition of boundaries published nmnlh a|fo. A later issue of
lhe (iazelte slums that the original Hue
is to remain the boundary.
The carload uf ore which was
shipped fnun the Gold Bug by the
Boundary Creek Mining and Milling
Company, has arrived at the Trail
smelter, lt is expected that the ore in
this shipment will run $141) to $150 per
ton.—Nelson "Tribune."
The two-compartment shaft of the
Last Chame in Skylark • n\ , is down
iaift.,nt whichdeplh acinsscuf has been
run 67 ft. east and SMI It. west. Drifting
on a shoot of ore cut by the latter is
now in progress and a carload of this
ore believed to lie rich m gold and
silver, is being shipped to the Trail
smeller.
The Boundary Excursion.
In ,t recent report of the "Free Press"
of a nieeling nf Ihe Winnipeg Hoard of
Trade the following occurs; "li hating been brought to the notice of lib*
board llitil I'ueO. P. R. Vo. recently
invited lb" merchants uf Vancouver
ing strengl:i mid general importance, j nnd Vicloria  In nn excursion  to the
If will have infused new life, tflb, inl
the Conservative cause lu the district.
Indeed its heueSciai cll'ivt.s in ibis
direction are nir .uly apparent to the
committee which lunl prevlii been
endeavoring to stir up fresh eiithtisbisin
among those of tbeir follow citizens
who are in sympathy with them in
their political belief. Another advantage wus that Mr. Wilson found oppor
tiiultyunder very ausplolotis conditions
lo in ike Iiii lirst political iippenraure
belli" n Boundary Creek audieiree.
Sir Uibbew Tupper, though not, on the
progmiiiine a.* ji speaker, in deference
lo llir wish of tho meellng.spnketno in
nslioi' bull ...nir address and shown!
himself I, im,-, ,!,. i,|,.,i acquisition i,,
thestiengili of the Conservative party
iu Hn'-. province. Doubtless both be
and Mr. Wilson wiil he heard iu the
district again and that bef very long
if, as is.intMpated by many, the Provincial Government Hnd th mselves
without the requisite working majority
to enable tbeni to contlmi*' to hold
olllre, Altogether lhe visit of Sir
Charles and two of bis pnuniuetit sup.
porters in this Province was a source
nt much pin i-aire and bonefit.
Tin' Provincial Legislature will meet
mi Thursday Ith inst. There is much
speculation ns to whether or -mi ibe
Government has a majority   iu its
favor : aim as to what the tvcoRnlzeil
Opposition or Mr, Jort.pl* Martin will
he able to do in'tbe direction of em-
liiiwanslng or wi king the ministry.
The Government has been urged by an
Important proportion of tlu. press to
Jit'uiirc bring i,ui lie distribution mens
ore, so thai ir defeated the resultant
election-for if is generallv lesnujed a
dissolution will I'ollnv, tliient-may be
fought upon a inofu i..||iiitabl(! ha-,',,
t!:«ii is possible under existing con-
tliMoiis,   Tho nccesshy (of Re-distri-
Boundary Creek euuull;y, u, ('., to
enable lliem lo extend tlnii trail,, in
t ual district, ibe Secretary was inslrjic
led lo write Mr, Wyble, manager of
C, P. R. licit", drawing hisatieplioii io
the fait lbal ibe Winnipeg wholesale
men have always in lbe past worked
bard to extend their (hide in the same
distrht,and ihe board would like to
learn if tlie same privileges nf visiting
the Boundary Cieek-district will be
xltiidiil in the trade in Winnipeg.."
More Trade for Vernon.
Fri
i'plll the Vernon "News" it is
learned Unit ai a meeting of lbe Qkau-
ngnn Board uf Trade, held lately al
Vi.non, Mr, W. T. Shmfurd staled
that during a recent visil In Knoleuiiy
he had found ihat it great deal ofiitlen*
tion was directed in ibe new ininilig
district at ibe head of Ketlle River,
where snnie of the i.||.||(.;,t rock in tile
country had been found this lasl la I.
He believed lhat fully olio prospectors
would Hock into the cuuniry in Uie
spring, nnd it was, of ciuirse, of ureal
importance (bill Vernon should secure
lli:ir trade. AI presenl they could
eil ber get Ihere by way uf Fire Valley,
or Ihe Mnnushep innd, and ail Ihnt wm.
needed In seem el heir trade lbe [k| I ci'
way wits an exteiihinn of lbe present
wagon road ale tv miles from Mtiua*
shee so that they would not require
pack horses for any portion of lhe dis.
tunce. He urged ihe impnriance of
Ihe matter in strong terms, and utter
a guod deal of neneial discussion com-
millers were appointed, one to nieiiio.
rtalr/.e the (,'nvernmenl, asking fnr an
appropriation to build a wagon road
from Moniisbee lo tne mining camp m
t he head of Ken le River, and thx- oi her
to consider the best means of Hdver*
Using Vernon ns a supply p„illt fol,
ibis new mining seel ion.
KETTLE RIVER MliNINd DIVISION.
Records  for   the    Week     Ending
December 30th, 1899*
MINKKAI. LtlflVTltlNS.
I IKI'.Eil 11 Mil 22.
Litlle Copper, Deadwood cninp, David 1. P.uier.-Jtui, I£, U. Palleiwiii end
Wm. 8. Palmer.
DECEMBKR 23.
Lilior, fraction, Long Lake camp.Gil-
bert Mahon.
DECliiMKR 28.
loin, Boundary Falls, Miss J. E.Tate.
Boldimingo, fiac'.ioii,   near Greenwood, J. J. Harris.
pEOKMBb.it 27.
Night Hawk, Providence canip, Geo.
McLeod.
DECEMBER HO.
St..lames, Kimberly camp, George
Foulds and JI O'L.-nry. ,
T.mitriick, Providence camp, Pctt r
McBride.
CKIlTmCATKS OP WORK.
DEOEMBEB 'IS
Klondike, Mark Chi istensnn.   ■■
l)Blli.MIIKll2i). **•":
Jennie, fr.-iotinb, Robert Perry,
decemhekSQ.
Siiusei., Peier McBride ei til,
Moonshine, Thindore Wine,
TRANSFERS.
I) EC KM IIE It 211. ,'
Boundary Star, fraciion, J iiitei»st,
Tbiiinns Kearns tn Peler Oiistriip.   ■
Bouudary  Siar, fratlinn, j inlerest,
Tliiniias Kearns lo Nicholas Olei-fi'--
DECEMBER HO.
Bosinn, fraction, J inlerest, John
D |sey lo A. W. Douglas.
Lucky Shut, 818 interest, J. Sterrelt
to A, W. Douglas.
Noil hei 11 Bell, J interest, J. P, Myers
Gray to A. W. Douglas.
Queen of Sheba, _ interest, If J.
Hoinanu lo George Andrews,
ABANDONMENT.
DFCEMBER
St. Jituies, J. S,  Harrison a    ,-,-,
James Foulds.
When thc Fto| is Unfurl*.
Ih the hush of the Autumn's red splendor
The Flag nf the Qn> en is unfurled
To roar of the drums thai defend Her
The width nf the world ;
And sound of the husbandmen reapiog
Thiii' Helds whore the harvest lies
white
Is stilled in the hearts that are leaping
To music of light.
From the outermost edge of Her borders
We send Her our husbands and sons
To strengthen the ranks of Her warders
And stand by the guns ;
That the nations may know that they
reckon
Witli swords whirh   encircle the
world
When the drums of the Empress shall
beckon,
Her Flag be unfurled.
We lend Her our bravest ami dearest,
Nor count up the cost of the fray,   ■
For the Flag of the Empress floats
. nearest
Above usalway ;
And  cheeks that are  wet with' tlie
kisses
Of s'.wet hearts und   mothers  and
wives
Shall.Maine that their passionate bliss Is
To give Her Iheir lives.
Though we drink of llt-r wine-, up of
sorrow
And shaiv in her chnlic of pain
-V.i   those of our  brave   whom   lbe
- morrow
Shall bring mil again,
VVith love we liiiye weldetl a thralling
Steel chain thai sballgirdle the wnrid
When the drums ttf the Empress are
calling.
Her Flag is unfurled.
LVNIIIVIMIE Peiikira.
Ottawa, Canada, Oct. 21th, WW).
...J. L TERRY'S...
New Store on Seventh Street Midi-
*mt V J    A, I Ai. I y . *jy J
Is now nearly completed and will
shortly be opened with a well
assorted stock of
GENERAL   MERCHANDISE
Including a fine
LINE IN NEWEST MILLINERY.
Applications   for  Certificates  of
Improvements.
Notices advertised in this Week's
Advance are those of :—
North Star, (.amp McKinney.
(iraniteaiiil Banner, Camp IHcKin-
nev. ,    '
Dominion, Fairview, A. D. A.', Iiiid
Black Hawk, in Camp Kairview.   j
Bullseye, fraction, on Kruger t**nun-
taiii. 2
Dividend and Dividend fraction,
Gold Dust and Little Gold Dust,
Kruger mountain. .
Meiulow Lark, Skylark camp. -.
Bootblack aud Mayflower, Camp
Kairview.
Balmoral, Camp McKinney.   -
Waterloo, Camp McKinney.
Manager   Tom   Graham, *the
Waterloo mine, is in Spokane
He brought down wilh him a ^"ld
brick worth about $2,000, the product
of 15days'run of Waterloo, mill.
This handsome chunk of bullion is dis!
played in a jeweller's window on Riverside avenue, where It bas attmctetl
in tub attention. The bul mn runs be.
tween $18 and $14 an ounce.
"Tbis is the product of 15 days'
run." said Mr. Graham, "We have
beside a line lot nf enncentiaU's which
are very rich, hut 1 cannot state the
exact value. The ore bas been assay,
ing about $21 on an average.. I cannot
tell yet how much of the value w« are
saving on the plates. The mill ig running smoothly anil is ready for the in'.'
stallatioo of Hve more stamps. When
that is (lone tbe Waterlooinill will not
lake a back seat for anything in the
cainp. We expect to have the art**
clititmal stamps in sunn.
"The drift nn tlie M) foyt level is in
HKl feet, anil in the face we'bave a full
width of ore with eight feet -showing
in lhe slope,
"The camp is doing fairly well with
work going on upon some properties
that lmd been idle for some time,
rim talk of the camp is the strike In
tlie Dayton claim. It Is the richest I
have ever seen. Ihe ore at the very
surface is full of free gnld."-"Spokes*
iimn Review." •
Hardy Apples.
An eastern exchange 'slates that- at
Ihe recently-held ciinveniion of Ontario
fi uii grime:s Prof,  Saunders,' tiuper-
' ■*••*■" "f lb-' Central Experimental
Farm, Ottawa, exhibited some new
varieties of apples beli.-ved to be hardy
enough It) stand Ibe cliiualt. of lhe
nun Invest. They were produced by
cross feriilizaiion nf hardy, Hil.eHan
wild t-rabapples with Ihe h/W harily
apples uiuler millivnjInn in lhe east.
The original crub apple is aboiit lbe
sine of a respectable gootw-d-erry. but.
ihe new hybrids are perhaps an inch
and a half in diainaler. and the pro-
fessor hopes to grea ly improve on
them. The importance of these ex-
perinienls wus appreciated by Ihe fruitgrowers,
Dissolution of Partnership.
Diiteit 1 lila 20th da*, of Dccombor, IMD.
W. ,1, FRANCIS,
WM. A. MILNE,
Colonial Expansion,
According 10 Brads!reel's Melbourne
correspondent lhe wheat product inn of
Australia Ibis year will reach 60,000,-
000 bushels, the exportable surplus lieing fully %,000,000 bushels, wil hunt
taking into'account New Zealand's
crop, from which a large quantity will
he left over for export. Canada's
wheat production is also increasing
rapidly. 'Willi «■ y I.ind ' il 1' eti
conrag.-inetit tir »■'■ '■:■.,., ..... ,- idtlj
tvlfhiii n very f.- 1 .'..-.--. :--.
'■ ienl «li-if '.•• ,->i...;, ■      '■ -■
Great Britain aid Inl: :i A .x mIm
1.0 Braditl reefs corresplllfdei'ii theCom-
mpnwealth of Australia bids fair 10 he
established amid exceptionally prosperous conditions. 'Gold product ion
is rapidly increasing. The estimate is
made that this -tear's production will
easily aggregate 180.000.000, a sum
which, owing to the check to Ibe
Transvaal's production, might give
Australia flrst place in production this
year. The wool'growers, aside from
those located in the drought-stricken
districts, are reapinu important benefits from Ibe advance iu prices shown
duting the present y.-ar. It is estimated, in fact, that the tolal utlue of tbe
A usl 1 aliun crop will run at least tti per
cent, higher thnn tliat of tbe preceding year. As soon as the war is mer
and South Africa is consolidated inin a
Briiish Dominion it will be in nrdi r
for the three big colonial confederacies
to get together and insist on the
adoption of an Imperial policy nf son,.'
sort. The influence whieh the, Dominion of Canada, the Commonwealth of
Australia and lhe Dominion of South
Africa will wield in the affairt of the
Empire will be quite an appreciable
ijuunlity. Tbe next few years will be
memorable ones in lbe development nl
Imperial unity,—Tin onto "World."
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Insurance Coy.
The Sun Life Assuranob Ooy nr
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The DomMoN Bt,iLDiNo and Loan
Association.
Appraiser for the Canada Permanent Loan ajid Savings Coy
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Jf OnellliK* West otlt,^, „,„!
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yHIS is a new building hard finished all through audi
furnished in first class style. The dining" ,^1
is supplied wi;h the best < n the market. The bar in I
connections 1 un by Messrs. FRANCIS & MILNEM
laie of Cascatle City, and has a choice stock of Wines!
Liquors and Cigars.    :   :   :   :
Patronage of the Public is Solicited.and Satisfaction is Guarantee
SIMILKAMEEN (4-
Princeton 28 miles. \ti
•" :-view   30 miles. S
»\ ''.?os 15 miles. T
15 Mile Creek.
Stable and Store in Conneetioo.!
The Riverside Hotel,
In HitiiHlfd Ht. KtK'k (Vr^k, U. •!..  nn   Ihp   innin rtmlt*  nt   trare
Item•••'h P..iiiiiKiii -.txd nil Uniuulinv V.reek points.   SlnppinK
fdat-e tor Mltgi-s
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PAINTING
Paper Hanging, Graining and Sign Painting. Also Kalsominino, 1
and all kinds uf Decorative Work exceuted by
E. Nash S Co., Midway and Greenwood City, j
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Trees Free from Pests.
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Send for Free Catalogue.   [   E. Hutcherson, Manager.
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Commercial and Mining men should put up
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
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proprietor.
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LOCAL ANO DISTRICT.
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A "Happy Ne.v Yee.j" (ivullt.
Dr. Jakes,' Mil}  " "'I ill!" *-h'':"
bati.iM.ine new rtmidi-iue .'.-ii Seventh
Street, last week.
Oiiiicio-lOotl, I. 0. Foresters, li-m
been uiunniwd at Phoenix, malting
with '21 ijiewbers.
Mrs, Dowding. having disposed .if
ber Interest In ih'a Lancashire hotel to
Mr. T. BanlM'iy, will shortly leave
Midway for Trail.
An exchange slates lhat a carload of
eggs *88 recently sliipped frntn Nelson
lo the Boundary country, Thei e were
mftll etti'fi I" the shipment.
A lot of new plant and machinery
fur Ihe Midway sawmill i-r detained al
Hudson by the freight block, much
to the iiiionveiiiHiiec of theownur*
Part nf the Church of England ser-
»lce held at Oreenwood on Christmas
morning was choral. There was an
attendance of ahout a hundred people.
Mr. Rol«*rt Stevenson, one of the
Tew remaining pioneers of the South
Yale districl, was in Midway last week
on bis return from Rossland to Princeton.
Sir Charles Tupper and party were
entertained at luncheon at Columbia
on Christinas Day and the same evening at a »»nquet at the Yale Hotel.
Grand Forks.
Messrs. Francis A Milne are today
advertising notice of dissolution
of partnership. Mr. Walter Fran*
cis will continue to conduct the bar
business al Crowell's hotel
The contract for ihe sidewalk the
Midway Conipany intends putting
down from McAuley's hotel up Chain-
Met Avenue and thence along Seventh
Street to Terry's store haa been let to
3. W. Reed.
An eichange states that the town of
Republic has taken a great stride forward during the past twelve months.
The mining outlook is hetter than it
was a year ago, and the future is
bright io all respects.
A team of hookey players from Camp
McKinney passed through Midway on
yesterday's stage forlireenwood where
they are lo meet a local team in a
friendly hockey match. A game he.
tween Oreenwood and Midway players
ba* been suggested for an early date.
The Bulldog tunnel nn the Columbia
and Western Railway is ahout complete.!. Messrs. Tye and Sullivnn
walked through it on Dec. 23. The tun
nel is 3000 feet long; with the approaches it measures 3700ft. The mad
will probably lie taken over hy the
operating department of the ('. P. R.
ahout Feb. 1.
Che filial .iccideiil. nl. lin: Snowshoe
jijim., near Phoenix, mentioned in
laat week's Advanck resulted in the
instant death of one 111111(1." named John
Nelson and never.! injury tn another
named Stanley McLeod. The milder.t
wa;; caused hy th" explosion of n shot
that had previously iiil-s.it Hre. It is
said that ihe men wire warned of the
danger and were advised to he direful.
CONSERVATIVE LEADERS.
iiit- Charles  Tupper Visits the
Boundary District
Mr,  Chas.   Wilson;   the   Provincial
Leader, on S'^rtv Politics.
An Explanation.
Owin« lo the noivreuelpt of a consignment of paper, already several
weeks on the way, THE Adv.».;< _ had
the alternative of missing publication
this week or printing on wrapping
paper. Tn keep faith with subscribers
it chose the latter course. This necessity is regretted, but under the circiim*
■taoces it could not be avoided.
Columbia Telephone Company.
A press despatch published in Spo
kann states that: A deal haa lieen consummated by which theColumbia Telephone and Telegraph Company has acquired the lilies of iheNpnkaneKn lis and
British Columbia Telephone Company.
The two companies have hen operating their lines jointly, but hy Huh
consolidation they will be owned by
one company and can he more advantageously operated.
The Spokane and British Columbia
Company waa' controlled hy Messrs.
V, O'Brien Reddin and W. I. Reddin
the former of Spokane, and the latter
of Rossland. This conipany owns the
line from Spokane to a point on the
International Boundary line on the
Red Mountain railway. It also owns
branches trom Bossburg to Republic,
Mareus to Republic, and from Bosshurg
to a point nn the International Boundary line south ot Cascade City.
The Columbia Telephone and Telegraph Company owns a line from
Rossland to the Boundary line. In
addition to this, it owns one which
extends from Cascade City to (hand
Forks, and thence to Oreenwood, Midway and Camp McKinney.
Mr. W. B. Davey, president, and Mr.
.'. B. Donald, superintendent, of the
Columbia Telephone and Telegraph
Company, carried on the negotiations
.011 behalf nf their company. The intention of the new purchasers, now
that they have control mi the Amur I
can side, ia to improve lho fticllll les nnd
to (-ive the public a lie! ter service Hum
hitheit/i. The ten;.!:, of th'O Sale lire
withheld.
.Sir ' Unities Tupperand part) reached
Gi eenwiiuii on Tuesday 20ih, a day |
earlier than they were expected. The
hange of dale disappointed many who
did not learn of their arrival until
ion late to join in welcoming
Iln-111. Despite this lliough they had a
very cordial reception from large mini
hei s who did know of their presence in
the lown.
In tin. party were Sir Charles Tupper,
Sir Hlbbert Tupper Q C, Lady Hih
;u-i'l Tupper, and >lr and Mrs. Charles
Wilson. Tbey were met at Grand
Forks hy Mr. R. E. Oosnell. chairman
of the reception eommitiee, who relumed Ui Greenwood with them. Mr.
.1. It. Keavis of Grand Forks aud Mr. A.
W. Ross, of Columbia, also accompanied them. At dinner they were
joined hy Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Shaw,Mr.
and Mrs. D. A. Cameron and a nunilier of gentlemen from Greenwood,
Midway and Phoenix.
Upon leaching Miller's Hall shortly
after eight o'clock Sir Charles was received with loud applause. On the
platform besides Sir Charles Tupper,
Sir Hihbert Tupper and Mr. Wilson
jvere representatives of the Miners'
and Carpenters' Unions and several
members of the reception committee.
The chairman, Mr. Oosnell, at once
called the meeting to order and in a
few well-chosen words introduced Sir
Charles and Mr. Charles Wilson, Q.C.,
of Vancouver, to the meeting, the
former aa the leader of the Liheral
Conservative party throughout the
Dominion and oue whose life had heen
intimately associated with the building
up of Confederated Canada, and the
nther as the leader-elect of tbe party
in British Columbia.
Mr. Wilson next addressed the meeting. He was well received and made
a good impression. He thanked the
large audience for having gathered
there to do honor to that distinguished
statesman, Sir Charles Tupper, and
expressed gratification at the growth
of Greenwood since he visited it two
years ago, its material progress having
been marked in the extreme. Referring in passing to Federal politics he
said that if any credit were due lo lhe
Liberal party now in power it was for
having adopted and followed the protectionist-policy of their Conservative
predecessors. Dealing with Provincial
matters he said that in travelling
through these populous districts he
was struck with the necessity that ex-
j is!I'd for an equitable re-distribution
j measure—not oil a basis of population only but on population plus
voting strength and the general
importance of the district. The first
duty was to see that proper representation was provided for. and the
second to afford railway transportation
facilitiet. He might perhaps bave
placed the development of the mines
hefore the construction of railways,
hut it whs not always requisite that
production should precede railway
construction. He instanct-ti the good
effect thu building of some of the transcontinental railways of the United
Mtiites and that of the Canadian
Pacific had upon the opening up of the
resources of the country ihrough
which they passed. He recognized the
importance of extending the railway
fiom Boundary Creek through the
Similkameen to Hope or some other
point suitable, and thence to the coast.
He thought thetiovernment and legislature would he acting wisely in giving
proper transportation facilities iu this
direction. He purposed visiting the
district again later when he would
speak at greater length than there was
then time for. In seeking their support he would make no idle promises
hut would ask that he be judged hy
his past, which was known to many of
them, aud to accept that as an assurance for the future. As to party politics, should they iu future rely upon
individualism as distinguished' from
party ? They had had in the past session nf tlie local Leglslaiate an object
lesson, it having been characterized hy
individual action which had ended in
failure. Experience had taught that
the hest way to govern lhe people was
hy party, the existence nf two distinct
[unties producing thu hest results.
Government by party wns one of the
principles of the LII-urnM.'onservativrs
and it was his intcnlinn lo ask that
district and the province at large to
give that party their support.
The chairman then read an address
from the Boundary Creek Liberal-
Conservative Association to SirCharles
Tupper, who thankfully acknowledged
the kindly sentiments it contained.
No language was too strong in which
to express the pleasure he felt in visiting this, one of most important and
progressive districts in the province.
He heartily agreed with the opinion
mlvanci.il that the railway should he
continued through so as to give direct
coiiiiniiiiicatinii with the Coast. The
development of the enormous mineral
resources of the Boundary district had
tec-iitl) led to thu extension of the
1 'row's Nest Pass Hallway, From in-
formation ho lind received be thought
lhat similar enoruioua   mineral re*
sources would he developed through
the Siinilkauieen country to the present main line of the C. P. R. It appeared likely tbat eventually the rail'
way through the Boundary country
would lieouiue part of the main Une.
Referring to the progress this and
other districts . king In-realized
Lhe MH.V-il.ilJJ   for   public   IIICII   to   Visit
in. in .-oi., Ui keep pace with such
progress.
Si, Churl is next slated lhat he waa
visiting this piovince for tbe purpose
of discussing witb the independent 1
electors lhe question which, next lo!
the sacred one of religion, was uf most
vital importance, viz that of the con-
duel of public affalis, If a man came
among ihein 10 lake pari in their
affairs they would enquire as to his
antecedents and as to whether or nol
he had been successful in life. He had
full confidence in inviiing the public to
consider lhe antecedent*, and standing
of the Liliei- l-Conseivativeparty. He
leviewed the unsatisfactory condition
of politics in Old Canada before confederation, and nai rated ihe circumstances which led to coalition and the formal ion mil of Lilierals und Conservatives of the Lilieral Conservative parly
The later re-loriuation of theLilx-ralpar-
ty in opposition to IheLiheral-Conserva-
tives was next mentioned. From that
time down to the present the Lilierals
had never accomplished anything good
for Canada. That was a strong stjite-
maul to make but be repeated it, The
electois have now to make choice lietween the Iwo parties, He invited
them to consider the public records of
Ihe post. They would find that no
party in the world had over achieved
more for their country than the Lil-e*
ral-Conservatives had for Canada. and
that not only without the help, but in
I he face of lhe tun-; te      opposi
tion nf ihe Liheral parly. He showed
lbe absence of inlercouimumcalien
between tbe Eastern provinces and
the isolated condition of the country
from Ontario to 1 he Pacific coast—cut
off hy seemingly impassable barrier.
from the East. The Liberal-Conservative party hy arrangement wilh tbe
Imperial Government, Ihe Hudson's
Bay Company and witb British Columbia, had brought all s country into
Ihe Confederation and had connected
East and West by rail. But during
the whole period, from cnnfedeiation
onwards the Liberal party bad been
characterized by one policy nd one
alone, a y of obstruction. For a
time the Liberals were in power and tbe
country suffered, hut when the Liberal-Conservative* displaced them they
restored prosperity to Canada by the
introduction of tbe National Policy.
Afterwards they grappled with tbe
most gigantic works ihal a country
with a population of only 5,000,000 people could grapple witb and they carried tbem through successfully, On
their past records I he taller is a part of
progress whilst I he Lilieral party is one
of obstruction. The one pany had
confidence and foresight; they had
faith in the nu'hern pari ol the con
; linent ind they believed that it had as
1 many natural advantages as were possessed by Ihe great republic to the
| south of it—climate, soil, agricultural
I and mineral resources, forests, fisher
! ies— nnd ihal all they had lodo was to
open up ihis great country to make
I it prosperous, as it is to-day. The Lib-
j eral party looked at ibese things with
1 a microscope. They could nol conceive
: ihat the provision of facilities for open-
. mg up lhe country could produce such
results, They were nol to blame per*
' haps—they simply did not helieve it
possible. Hr'Sir Charles) appealed
honest, independent, patriotic Canadians to judge between the parlies, their
statesmen and governments, on th .1
records. He claimed lhat his parly
had honorably fulfilled their promises
and lhat the Liberals had not redeemed
one single pledge hy which ther al
tained 10 power. They could not name
a promise or a principle previously
maintained they had not trampled
under foot when ihey found that it
was in 1 heir way.
Sir Charles gave particulars in con
nectiuu with the abandoned ftee trade
promises of lhe Liberals and their
maintenance of tbe National Policy)
tbeir largely-increased puhlic expend
ture, their corrupt practice? at lbe
polls, their extravagance and abuses in
connection with railway subsidies-
Crow's Nesl Pass, Intercolonial and
the proposed Yukon rail#ay— and
theiratlilude in regard to the Yukon
scandal issues raised hy Sir Ilibliert
Tupper. An evidence of ,he growing
dissatisfaction with them waa lately
seen in Manitoba and what bas already
happened there is going so happen
nil. over the country, perhaps not to
the same extent, in parts yel inure
lhan sufficieii'.ly to remove I hem from
power. When next, they appeal 10
the country Ihey will find the greal
Liberal-Conservative party thoroughly
nulled; will Hnd their expei ience in
1878 repeated; will find lhat their maladministration of publie affairs will
cause (he verdict of Canada lo lie "get
yoiigone and give place lobeller men."
Sir Hihbert Tupper, In response 10
calls from the audience, next spoke
briefly, and then after cheers had
been given for ihe Quern, Our Volunteers in South Africa, and Sir Charles
Tupper, t.he huge audience dispersed.
An informal reception was held by
Sir Charles on Wednesday morning
and iu th» afternoon the parly lefl for
llossliii'd after a pleasant and very
successful visit to ibe Boundary dis*
trict.
The Absent Minded Beggar.
That Rudyard Kipling has achieved
phenomenal success in the literary
world is shown in the price'paid for
the original manuscript of bis poems.
For the nianuscrijl of "Th* Ahsenjt-
.Minded Beggar," put up for auction,
immediately upon lhe appearance of
the poem in the London "Daily Mall,"
Oct. 31st, the sum of $2.1125 was realized. According to the "Daily Mail"
the bidding started at $25, and the
manuscript passed into the bauds of a
Mr. Bihby, of Liverpool, editor of a
literary und agricultural journal, called   "Bibby's Quarterly," for  $2M_.
"Many manuscripts of great men of
times long gone," says the "Mail,"
"have realized high prices, but we
doubt if any short manuscript of a
nineteenth century author—four verses of a poem- has ever realized %'l H25,
certainly never in the lifetime of the
writer of the manuscript, Adding the
$1250 paid for it hy the "Daily Mail,"
the record price of $3,875 has been oh
tained."
This does not mean, of course, that
the poem is ill itself so remarkable, hut
that the cause it. pleads is one that
appeals to the patriotism of the country and so has secured for it, in connection with thc author's popularity,
its tremendous vogue,
lhe poem, as set 10 music by Sir
Arthur Sullivan, was given for the
Hrst time at the Alhainbra theatre,
London, on the evening of Monday,
November 13th, the composer himself
personally directing the orchestra.
The great theatre found itself all too
small to hold the crowd which assembled.
"It has not heen often," says the
"Mail," "that lhe greatest of English
writers, and the greatest of Knglisli
musicians have joined inspiring words
and stirring melody in a song which
expresses the heart feeling of the nation. And it has not been often that a
music hall audience has been so completely representative of the nation.
Every grade of Knglisli society was
represented in the house—people of
every degree, but all having in common the passionate patriot ism to which
Kipling has given voice, aud the enthusiasm to do their part by the wives
and children of the men who are all
of them doing their country's work."
The poem wiih its musical setting is
to be sold for twenty-live cents, and
one London house has undertaken to
to publish an edition of 75,0(10 copies
free of charge. This of itself will bring
an addition of nearly $16,000 to the
fund.
yhe Miners Home,
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Receiving new Goods Daily.
LATEST CONSIGNMENTS CONTAINING
SCREENS   -   MIRRORS   -   SHADES
CURTAIN POLES AND FIXTURES
PICTURE AND WALL MOULDINGS
REFRIGERATORS   etc., just arrived.
PUBLIC OFFICES.
POST OFNCE-*
Mailn going went, close alm.it IU a.
m. on Tiiemlayi, Thursday * n nd Sal.
iirdays ; going east    on   Sundays,
.    Wednesdays mid Fridays at aliout
2 p. 111.
P. O. Money Order Offlce.
Edward A Hain, Postmaster,
CUSTOMS OFFICE -
Office  hours ti a xxi   lo   4pm;
Sat iirdays Pa in lo 1 p in.
R. Uiirdoin, Acting Suli-Collector.
MINING RECORDER'S OFFICE-
Offiee hours II a m to 12:30 noon,
and 1-30 p in lo 4 p tu ; Saturdays
9a m lol p in.
Wm (i McMynn, Recorder for the
Ketlle River Mining Divisiou.
COUNTY COURT OF YALR-
Win Ward Spinks (Vernon) Judge.
WniG McMynn (Midway) Registrar and Clerk of the Peace,
A G Pemherton (Ducks) Sheriff.
fl B Taylor (Greenwood) Deputy
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Briiish (loltlinhta.
PROVINCIAL POLICE-
Wm G McMynn (Midway) Chief
Qonstahln fat-Southeast Yule wilh
Constables stationed as under
Phoenix. DJ Darraugh,
Grand forks, I A Dkisilinre,
Midway, Gen Cunningham,
Camp McKinney, ('has White .
Fairview, .1 R Brown,
DISTRICT CORONER-*
Dr It W Jukes, M I), 0 M, Coroner
for Ket'le River and Grand Forks
Mining Divisions.
REGISTRY OF MARRIAGES-
Win G McMynn, Registrar,
PUBLIC St'HOOL-
A A McPhail. Teacher.
BOUNDARY CHEEK LICENCE
DIST1IH".'-
E Jacobs (Midway) nnd T W die-
man (Trail),Licence! 'ninmissionei■*
I» ,1 Darraugh, Chief Licence In
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are Licence Inspectors. Regular
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Dec.lnj special meetings when ever
called liy Chief Inspector.
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Forties M Kerliy, Win fl McMvnn,
W H Norris, Jas, Sutherland,
I! II Bergman, J S Bnreisnn
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tiHcates covering only a portion of the
year : Certificates Issued between June
1st and 18th, $o i lietween June 10th
and July tlth, $4.7f> i lietween July 7th
and Uth, *4.5ii ; lietween July 25th
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between September lllth and October
7lh,$8.60| between October 8lh and
20th, ifCt.25; between October 27th mid
November Uth, #11.00; between No-
vciiiIht 151 Ii and DcrciiiIkt 2ml, $2 75 ;
lietween December Unl and 20th", $250;
between December 21st and January
7th, $2.291 lietween January 8th and
Skit, $2; lietween January ttlth and
February Ifth, IM.7B ; between February liitli and March 2nd, $1.30; he-
tween March 8fd and 20th, $1.25; ha*
tween March 21st and April 7th, $1 ;
between April Sth and 25th, 7o cenl* ;
between April 2Hth and May l»th, 50
cents ; between May Uth ami illet, 25
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Itivnr tlieimo down the Sitnilkaniooii River ii>
tho point of coiitlimiiijiiliit'iil uml niiiUining 3'2II
ttcriiK liinrtj nr loss.
The sulil l.iml bolng ri-iiniri'il forn range untl
lurrictilturul purposes.
KItANlv IJAIi.EY.
llalotl this ninth tiny of Movoin'j ir, IS.CI.
Mineral Aet 1S96.
Certificate of Improvements,
Rossland.
Ghecnwooo.
aroTxon.
Dominion, Kaikvikw, A. 1). A. and Black '■
Hawk Mixrkal Claims.
Situate   in lho Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale DlStrlot   Where located : in Camp '■
Falrviow.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Chns. dull. Oroon. I
as ngont fnr tho liiiniininii Consolidaltid
Mfues, Liinili'd.frri' iiiiiiijr'sci'iiilii'iiii.X.i. ufiC22
Intond, aixty days frnm tho date horoof, to
apply in ilie Mining Itecordor for ;i CortlflcatQ j
i.f Improvomonts. for tin* purposo nf obtaining !
u Crown rirunt nf tno aboVo claims.
Anil fnrllier lake notico Ihnt iietion under |
seutiitii II" nuts' In'unitiiiii'ii,'i'ii beforo the isst
aiiee of simh Cortifleatc of Inipi'inriiienls.
Iluted Ihis 20th duy nf October. 1800.
  CIIAS. DuRGftEEN.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND-TR^ST GO
LIMITED LIABILITY,
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certiflciite   of   Improvements.
KOTIOB
Granitk and'Manner Mineii.u, Claims.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division ot
Yale District, where located:—In Camp
McKinney.
AKK NOTICE that I, It. 11. Parkinson as
ngont for Jltc Camp MeKitinoy Mines
limited, of Cninp McKinney, free minor's
eertltleate No. liiftflA. intend, sixty days from
tho date hereof, i o apply to the .Mining Itooordor for a oortlfloato of linprnvonionts. for the
purpise of ohniining u Crown gnuil of tho
above olaims.
And furthor take notice that action, under
section lit, must lie eoinineneod   boforo tbo
issuance of such cortitlcuto of improvomonts
Dated this 17th day of Au-ust, 1SH9.
It. H. PARKINSON.
Lln
NOTICE.
THE British Columbia Southern llailway
Compuny will apply to the Parliament of
Catiiulii ut its next Session for an Aot authorising the cniiipnity to eiunplotc at any time before the end nf t ho y mr Ilml, iu western sect inn
as deserltied ill the iVcluf the said Parliament
100-111 Victoria. Chapler 301 and a branch linn
from a point on its main line ut or near the
forks of Michel Creek thence liy way of Michel
Crook to Morton Creek, and for other purposes.
Hy ordor nf the Hoard,
II. CAMPHKLI, OSWALD.
Secretary.
Montreal, 17th November, 1800.
Mineral Act, 1896.
Certificate   of  Improvements.
Notice.
BuLtsEYE Fraction Mwebai. Claim.
Situate In Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale
Dlstriet.   Where Loeated*.-On Kruger
Mountain.
TAKE NOTICE that I.Chas. de Minis Omen,
as agont for John C. Fisher, free miner's
rertlllcalc No. 18728a, tleorgc A. Kegel, free
minor's certlflcate No. 18727a, and for Wm. F.
Keller, free miners certtflcat*! Nn.n37ffl, intend.
sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply
to   thc Mining Itcconler for a cerlillcate of
improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown grunt of tbe above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
cction .17, mast be eommauncd before 'he Imu
mice of such certificaie of improvements.
Dated this 2<ltli day i f October, INO.
 CHAS. null. QUEEN.
Real [state and Mining "Broker....
FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS. .',  , .
. Fire Insurance a Specialty.   <iR'V!_„^i V£™
Bob HalFs,Stage Line
LINERALACT 1S9B.
Oertiflcnte   of   Improvements.
N-OTIO-.
Xoierii Stir Minhi; i. Ci  hi
On good paperl*•
and in the mosi.
J approved style M
ii i
|| letter ni'mm
m BILL HEADS
|I NOTE HEADS      etfjj
S ENVELOPES
§§ STATEMENTS
&§ POSTERS
Wd BUSINESS CARDS«     '
|p CALLING CARDS
|| BLANK FORMS
tm of any kind,
'ttJttJ * * *
Wm BILL OF SALE
]£.'& forms for Mineral Claim*!
\mW Q-i_y_Z'
w •••
Ml SURVEYORS''
bo© affidavit forms far field
tt:W notes, etc., etc.
tti
Slliuite In the Osoyoos .".li.iiu.; in
of Vale District. Wlioic Locntea: I
MoKlnnoy.
TAKKNlH'll'K tbnl I. Clinw. lleBlniKt;
iiniiKiini  for Win, Kdwanin, 1.-.  ■.,,
cmll.' lu    Nn.   li Mil), in on I.   nisi)
'. frnili tin ...ii.' iicivnl.  pi)   in ill        . ,ii,     ...jO'
]    |..|..|'.li 1  f.,1 ,|'l Cl'llli. ,.l,   i.i   IlillilMVlll,,'!    •   llll *     •-•
tbe imrPORe ul obtaining a x rown Umnl of iho j >•$.-, if)
I aliiivc i-lniin. i ,V   je
I    And fni'iiii-i iiilie notloe thai action, pndor.l w!*3jf)
eeotlnil 117.  inii«i  ho eotnnibticed   Itofiiri.   tin-1 ..-, (,
J i^.-iiiiiici' nf uncli Cerlibcnti' nf Improvement*    , yi '-.:
I   Hn nitlii,. jmi daj nf Sent,, a. b, i*ui.
j  ('Has. In'jli. aitEEN
ri
TKe /\dv>ar\ce,
MIDWAY, II,I
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of  Improvements
nrotice
An Ideal Hesidenea Town.
Buy a residence site whilst
there is plenty of choice. Pure
air and water, beautiful scenic
surrounding's, skilled resident
physician, excellent school-just
the place for families.  Try it.
For Pricks and Terms
Apply to
THE Mil) WAY CO., LTD.
(Carrying Her Majesty's Mails) .
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Pen'tcton .on Mon'
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.     Passengers to -i-akk notick, timt i,, joi™ a.
and from  Fairview, Osoyoos and Oroville,   Wash., MuveTfiT'mineni eorii»c«t'.,,No"'
j  ,. j    ■ •  i      __ _j       * fit ___  li'     lend, "duty dnya (rot,  thc date   hereof,   to
delivered  in   quick   time,    and    by  comlortable antiiytothcMiniiijriiocomorfor a cerMtiMio
nt Ililpnivi.|ii|.nlM, fiir tin'pnrtmin. nf ulitaliiiiiK
conveyance. —  '
MINERAL ACT 1896.
[Certificate  of' Improvements.
Notloo.
Tlll'J llnilTIII.AIJK  ANII .MAVt'l.lltt'KII    MlNKKAl.
t'l.AIMN.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division nf
Yale district. Where located:- In
Cump Fairview.
Monteeth
of  Van
H'JJXn, in-
lend. -Uty ilny.. frtiti  the dnlc   hi'tcnf.   to
Livery, Feed sui
if, Penticton, B. C.
a" H. 9. mu. r—
. irpn
A I inwn(Irani of tho atxivcoIkIiiik,
And furthor lake notice that action, under
aeetlon 37, niii-l be commenced  liefore the
iaailiinoe of hiicIi rertlllcalc of luiprin einenta.
Doled till' tilth day of November, IHU.
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Oortiflcate  of   Improvements;
WOTICS3.
Oold Di-st anii LnTi.K Oot.ti Dust Minkiui,
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Oortiflcate   of Improvement*.
NOTIOB.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certiiicate   of   Improvement*.
Tin- MrjAiiow l.AiiK Minkkai. Claim.
Situate in the Kettlo Rlvoi* Mining Division of
Yule   District.   Where located:- In Sky
lark (.amp. lying southerly of and m
joining thc Skylark mineral claim.
ITAEH NO'l'It;*: Hlmt I, Xelwiii. .losopb Ln
CLAIMS.
c,   .   ."'If °Rn'' 5"N'";'AA1'.(,,'A'"'.   ,      . Situate in thc Osoyoos Mining Division of
Sltunto in the Osoyons Mining Division of       Ynle District.   Where located:  Kruger,  .
rale District.   Where located:  Camp'      Mountain. |  I    I'liml, free miner ccrtlllcule No. nilltlt, for
MoKlnnoy. t*_K1C NOTtair.thitl T   flm* ilnlllnk rimm, iniynHfAnd as  agnnt. fur It. 1,.  llnller,  free
TAKK NOTIOK that I, It. H. I*u,-kinson I T    .ia^,!,.!'!,' n!"^: A ' "^,:!r '1"^j 1^ ■"   rrJ'iM.Diiir^'l'lai.^.'v!''^-^'"'Iwl ^^l'"'"'
I     as   agonl    for 'William   Small)   free I cortlll-nie Nn. 1s;l';.i. n.,il for Min Ivcllor fro..!-.   . ■■i-noruojlIHcnto Nn.-IO.iT.iA d. William
minor's Cortiflcato  >;o.  n juijlii, intoiid) slltty minen! oortiflcate No. ubtis. Intond idxtydih-
days frnm the ilnle horoof, to apply tn the  from llio tint
Minim; Hecnrdcr fur a certiiicate of Improve*  onrdorlc
incuts for tbe pin-pusi. uf obtniiiing a Crown I r
Grain nf thoahnvooleltn'. 'aboveolaims,  ['" -gnurown urnni or_inonupvooimm,        |^liiiniu
Anil further lake notloo thai jicliun. under I    And fnrtliw tab., nnt-,,. n,„i „,.ii.„,  .,„,i,.,.:   Aud'fufUlor lake nuticr thai aciinii, uiiilur
section
issuanci
Dated this
; (iriiliitin  McMynn, froo niinei'
Nn.
free milium certificate No. u,7ll. II, A. Anderson fri-e minor's   enrlltlcalc No.  B47tt, and
.Iniin O,   fisher,   freo   minor's    cerllflciiin
No.   I8i0U.   lnlcnd,   slsly   lUiva   frnm    IIip
(.to apply to the Miniim Bo- i |n7„hirS-7homMVi,iZJ-MS,ir rXK ?CT„   Llulc Unr"t'" ■*?■/ '" ""' M»'l'« noeordor
ill of Improvementa. titiFtlio   " fflVmn?m_ ,™u     ■'    mir.,«• ,   .  '   ''"'" W.fl!f)»'" ("iPfnvemnnUi. for tho pur-
purpose i.f obtaining a Crown  Qranl uf the   ,'; |  ,,',,,n ,^f i   , ', '* ' I"""'". "hlalnitig a Crown (iraul nf ihu ahovp
DlVIIWNII AKP DlVIUKMI KltAITItlN    MlNKKAl.
C/.AlMB.
Situate In the Owyooi Mining Dlvlilon or
Yale District. Where located ; On Kruger Mountain.
TAKK NOTICE that l.Chas.doltlolsOreen,
act-nig an  agon*, fur II.   A. Hnwnnnnn,
fn.,.   Iilliti.ru •.i.rll||,..i,,.   Un   ..'.Tl,    I,     ,      ......	
mrW^gmm
W S f* - 'A @^i^ ©@ W zzz 'ir I
| H. PJUflflBOH.
Provlnciul Land Surveyor,
Architect and
Civil Engrineer...
Financial,
I-^chI Estate,
Instirarice and
Miiiitig Agent*
•••VOTARY    PtTRL H'.«•«»
 m	
_ aitvtew TowiiHitu Agont.
... AnilllKSS ...
R. H. PABKI.V'SON,
rAtnviitw, B.C.
Corrmpondenoe Bolioitod.
JOY'S DOMAIN.
Mould's lln'iii lli.v liniise and aiires prlwi
Anil vviiliMi iitt'iistires aiargul
(in Imilil thy Inn of any mIzo,
llu'. mtike lliygarilua large.
virsea
"*4&\
lie
Midway Company stili
mr- 9m
further lake notice thai action, umlcr And further lake notice thai act on, under '. tttt"   ■,-   ,, ' ,   i„   ,.,,,,„'      ' V, r'.     i        Aml 'i**!0'' "ll!" """"» Dial iic.linn. umlcr  Viji vf for S.l C a fc\V -i-acre traClS.
n 37   mittt* lio oommonood Irate tho adoUon   37, mtiM   bexou-meticoii lief,.rc the ■■?;< "".";,"   n (!L    „    T    ni™ :l7'  ""!"'   '' ""'"'•'"'"'I  boforo tbe   ,     LRI !""U"U   -. <*liiz u,xx.x.
'.:V "f,.H_ i'1'.''"'' ',',:"u' nflmiit-ovnniuiitH. InuancaofDuoheartlflcnti of Improvementa.      If   Jit, Ji ,       , '                 ' "icuifiilK.   iH<ii„ni,c ,,f siichCcrllllcalcf linprnvemcnis      ljiiv   ()I*c    nn    caSV   temiS, Ullt
this28th iiit.vnfNin,milier, ism. Dated this20th day «f October, ISM.                ' Dated this 7th ilny of NWcmlicr. Mi.               ! lu.icil Ibis "llll, ilm if ni.iol.cr IWIP                  '        '                                '
KicHAitiiii.PAitKiN.soNi*.i...s. | chas. nui'.i.ois oitKKN. I NKI.SON .KiHKi'ii i,a plant ' ciiA.i. iii.ni'niucioN.  !      "make thv ivardcn larec"
Spokane Falls
..& Northern-
Nelson & Fort Sbeppard,
-- AND - -
Red Mountain Railways.
tWtmESBS^l^S^A^^^SSSSmSIJiESS!S2^^a
*
The  only all-rail route, with
out change of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland     ./A.
and Nelson. . .     __^-^^T
DAILY TRAINS.
OOINO NflllTH.                      GOINd HOUTH.
»»'«1«    MAIU'CS 12,11 n.in.
Train IcavlnR Marrus at 12:41 it. in.
mukw clnsf fimnpctinns at Spokane
with ifuiiiu Fn|. all
Pacific Coast Points.
<3lo«e coiinectimii at Nelaon with
Hti'iitn Iii in in ftir KhnIo and all Knotenar
Iiaki'.pniiitH.
Pnutmnx'trB fop Kettle Biver nnd
Boundary Orenk ennnect. »l. Mtitttis
with 81 age daily.
o. P._T. A
Just a
To those contemplating an investment in Midway real estate, th^ informatibn is
offered that on the Riverside Addition may be
found 300 very choice residence sites.
.    LOTS 50x125 FEET. :, .,.. PEI
• ii  rin" ' Z,
For terms and:all other information apply to
W.H. NORRIS,        or& *    A MEGRAW,
. Jfidstaty,Rt CatitjpMcKinney, B.C.
arge,
W. H. WEBB,
vjks. Practical ^__-
H§ MD CARRIAGE
■   BUILDER.
Midway, B. C
Xt © jp\^h i a? 1 xx e
Off A tt, KTNPS
Kromptly   and   Neatly
1 Executed.
$_? CARRIAGE   PAINTING  A j*1'
SPECIALTY.
**.
LEE CHUNG
LAUNDRY.!
MIDWAY, B. C
WASHINGS   CALLED  FOB AND
DKLIVERED.
Prlce-i jeXtaAmasmOm.

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