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VoL I- No. 19.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, MARCH, 13, 1899.
$2.00 per Year.
B WHfTg, M. D. C. M.,
■'    * vi**s''FAIRVIEW, B.C.
', "   itt)     <
P.KoLBOD.
BAEUMUtSolicitor, Etc.
,i\ ■'. ■■■'. ' Midway, B.C. ,
•AMMttR ANO SOLICITOR.
Z';'.;.,        Ohawd Forks, B, 0.
't 'MinAicvcR,
* HhwiNo Broker,
.    m Notary Public, Etc.
lMA_»***l^.»«RSOH, n. c.
yOHS)i|#KKRBY,P.L.S„
i(jA%M.C 8.C.E.,
KNOINEKK ANO SURVEYOR
lB_D-EOK_.
Midway. B.C,
yp a kiith, m. e.,
mm AND CHEMIST,
■*. *   ' Hbeknwood. b. c.
kixamined and reported on
-|, Nlty OLSON,
—: Notary Public,
sUSTATK,
flANCIAL AGENT
and MINING BROKER.
NNEY, B.C.
ood Assay Offiee.
Luckenbel, Prop.
f   and   Ar-alytical
Chemist.
enwood, —i. O.
itatUllhtiTtrri'''--. Kxiniini'ilnnil Reported on,
B. Riekarils & fo.
MIDWAY. B.C.
ITATE AND FINANCIAL
AGENTS.
INING BROKERS.
PIIIlM AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.
■ CORYELL, A. M., B. C. A.
Ivil Encineer,
SIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
iDRAUGHTSMAN*
frrojacti, Engineering and Survey
rllh Plans and Estimates in any
' the Province Immediately At-
[ Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
nd Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mvlslon.
FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
OS, M. A. H. A.Oi-khb. M. A
IUE8S BROS.
m and Assapp
'*f$$fflk:t>i.   i - iit'.i-*.r   «i:ii   i'ftlrvlow arid
P creek Mlnoral Properties.  Proper.
UwitMtnJ- ■•'•   .»■'■'>* nml A nnl; *•■; ut 0:'i>.
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OKI K.VWI'I'II, 11. ('.
[. SCO VIL,
MINIM!  i'.KOKI'.R,
iiV.M. ESTATE,
INSURANCE! AND
GENERAL AGENT;
kCTS  OF TITLE FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
Borrespondence Solicited.
lay and Greenwood, B. C.
IT. 0. T. HODGSON
30UXDAHY  OBHBK
Beeping and Assaying Co.
Greenwood City, B. C.
ring and Analyses of Ore
Examined and Reported on
on*-* Aoqnnlntanee with the Kettl,i
liver and Uounditry Creek Mining
fclttrlet.
W.I. SUM & Co...
__________:
^trnmrnmi
Dealers in Ereneral Merchandise
_ii«__fifti_M_i__&_i_i_i_,_t__^___b_i_i_i_;_i_i_;_!_i_iliii_t.
\\/E always carry a large and well
assorted stock of the best goods
at the lowest price in the district.
Buying in large quantities enables us
to give our customers the advantage
of cheap prices, so when you want
anything remember where we are,
as it will be to vour advantage to
buy from us.
STORKS   A.T
VERNON,     PAIHVIKW,      CAMP     McKINNEY,
and SLOCAN CITY.
!he Columbia Flouring Mills Co.
 MILLS AT VERNON, B. C.	
—^a^^mssm^m^^—
MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE FLOUR
Hungarian, Three Star, Strong Bakers, Superfine.
All produced by the celebrated Hungarian Plansifter system.
Try some, mad; by the only Plansifter mill in the Province.
> ....WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR A SPECIALTY....
i
See Th»t Each Sack is Mai ked
--: B. P. Bithet & Co. Ltd., Proprietors, Victoria. B. C.
M. McCuaig
S.   Larsen.
The Riverside Hotel,
Is situated al. Rock Creek, B.!C.,* on   the  main route of   travel
between Penticton -md all Boundary Oreek points.   Stopping
place for slaves.
Good Fishing -:- Good Hunting-:-Best of Accommodation.
MoOual_ au—vd. Imnen,  Pvoprietora
■ Midway Meat flarket
K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor.
f
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At this establishment customers c n get cho cestcits jf
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL.
-   - U i.*f«• j^orutoi■ onth.eprenxlBea   ■  ■ jf
] | Therefore Meats are always fresh and sweet   Call and get a good joint $
j| fm- dinner to-day. 8
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USE OX FLOUR:
*
*-__4 The Best Flour in Canada.
Winner of ist prize at New Westminster
exhibition AGAINST ALL COMERS.
Certified by analysts to be absolutely pure, a
perfect flour, and strongly recommended for use
by all, as superior to any flour in the British Columbia market. Our flour is heralded by every
dealer from Penticton to Grand Forks. Insist on
receiving O. K. flour and you will get the best.
OKANAGAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
I KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.
Records for   the    Week     Ending
March 7th, 1899.
MINKKAI. I.Ofl \TI0N8,
ma urn 2.
Boone, Copper camp, F. M. Greenwood.
International, Midway, E. A. Hain.
Idaho, (ireenwood camp, J.Dempsey.
Early History, fractional, Deadwood
camp, S. 0. Richards.
Hector, fractional, Deadwood camp,
E. 0. Brown.
march t.
Big Bend, Greenwood camp, J.
Moran.
Baltimore, Greenwood camp, J.
Mulligan.
march 7.
Iddy May Mine, Long Lake camp, E.
Joanis.
Myrtle No. 2, Greenwood eamp, A.
VV Douglas.
Dynamiter, Greenwood camp, J.
Sherrett.
CERTIFICATES OP WOBK.
MARCH 3.
Monte Grande, J. E. Boss.
TRANSFERS.
MARCH 2.
Ready Bullion,   J   interest,   Thos.
Humphrey to A. Ferguson.
march 3.
Big Four,Lulu, Napa, Grand Central
and Paragon, {interest each', A. Hanson to E. A.Bieleubei-g.
White Cloud, i interest, W. McCor-
mick to A Hopper.
MARCH 4.
Vulcan, all interest, J. Dempsey to
A. Mowat etal.
United, all interest, J. Devupsey to
A. Mowat et al.
Boundary Star, all interest, M. Griffin to A. Mowat et al.
Oregon, I interest, J. J, Winter to
E. 0. T. Pelham.
MARCH 7.
Frederick S.. _ interest, B, Brush to
J. Euipsey.
Frederick S., I interest, B. Brush to
G. L Taft.
Two Brothers, part of, F. A. Bartholomew to Combination Mining and
Milling Company.
H. H., i interest, A. F. Thomas to
H. Reed.
Biijokline, all interest, B. Perkins
and 11. Reed to R. .1. Baves.
H. R., all interest, B. Perkins and H
Reed to R. .I. Bayes.
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Cariboo No. a.
One of tlie most recent of Spokane
organizations is the Cariboo No. 2
Gold Mining Company, which filed
articles of incorporation a few days
ago, and then proceeded to sell stock,
600,000 shares of whieh was taken in
an incredable short space of time, two
hours being sufficient it is said to dispose of that number.
After filing articles of incorporation
a meeting of shareholders was held
and the following were elected trustees : A. M. Winston, J. Goldstein,
William Dornberg, A. E. J. Percival
Peter Alladio and W. S. Rogers.
A. E. J. Percival was named general
manager and will have charge of the
development work upon the property.
It is his intention to be in Camp Mc.
Kinney in a few days to make arrangements for starting work.
The Cariboo No. 2 claim is sit u-
ated to the north of the claims owned
by the Cariboo Consolidated Mining
and Milling Company and although
the property is not developed it is said
the claim has a good surface showing,
two strong ledges being visible.
Lord Hurschell Dead.
Lord Hnrschell the commissioner
who represented Great Britain in the
High Joint Commission just closed at
Washington, died very suddenly in
that city on the 1st inst.
Lord Hurschell who was Lord Chancellor of Great Britain was sent to the
United States because of his eminent
attainments to take a leading part in
the negotiations designated to settle all
existing differences between the
United States anil Canada. During
the wintry weather, when the sidewalks were slippery, he fell heavily
and broke one ot his pelvis bones, He
seemed progressing favorably towards
recovery and was in good health comparatively until abqut 7 o'clock on the
1st inst., when he was sudenly stricken
with heart failure and expired half an
hour later.
Baron Hurchell was the flrst baron
of that name, having been knighted in
1880 and created a peer in 1880. He
was born on Nov. 2,18!!7, and was the
sun of the Rev. Ridley Hurschell of
London.
. He was a privy councillor, Knight of
the Grand Cross of the Bath, doctor of
civil law, doctor of laws, deputy lieutenant for Kent and Durham, justice
of the peace, captain of Deal's castle,
chancellor of London university, and
was appointed British member of the
Venezuela and BritishGuinea boundary
tribunal. In his death Great Britain
loses one of its most distinguished sons,
A Little Sermon.
Be strong to hope, O Heart I
Though day is bright,
The stars can only shine
In the dark night.
Be strong. O heart of mine,
bi'i'i Look toward the light.
Be strong to bear, O Heart I
Nothing is vain ;
Strive not, for life iu care,
And God sends pain !
Heaven above, and there
Rest will remain I
Be strong to love, O Heart I
Love knows not wrong i
Didst thou love, creatures even,
Life were not long ;
Did'st thou love God in heaven
Thou wouldst In: strong.
—Adelaide Anne Procter.
 ► as	
No Doubt of it.
The Hon. Mr. Cotton stated in his
Budget Speech that he expected that
the one per cent, net duty on the output of the metaliferous mines of the
province would during 1800—11(00 realize
$0O,IKiO as against $45,000 in 18D8--1HUH.
The prognostication of the finance minister is no doubt correct,
for there is every appearance that the
mines of Rossland, the Slocan etc.,
will continue their volume of shipping
and increase it, and with an increase
to the old output and the output of
new districts such as Boundary Creek
added, the sum total of $00,000 should
be easily made up.
Boundary Creek if given railway
facilities early in tiie present season,
will from present indications, add not
a little to the shipping tonnage of the
province before '.he close of the present
year. ,
Vii-.torla in Line.
Last year the people of Victoria wei-e
opposed to the granting of the Corbin
chart '\ it is if the board of trade
and municipal council of the city represented the opinion of the people, or
these bodies went so far out of their
way as to petition the government at
Ottawa not to grant the charter.
This year sees a great change and
the people now that they better understand the question are giving their
support to the project, the municipal
council having on the 2nd inst, passed
unanimously and without discussion
a motion presented by Aid. Williams
favorable to the undertaking.
It the board of trade of that city will
now petition the Dominion government to do, what they itti-ueste-J them
not to do last year, that body will show
liy their action that they are alive to a
keen sense of justice, and are unprejudiced where their own best interests
are concerned.
> * 1
Vein Structure.
A Rossland ininiug man expressed
his opinion tiie other day to a Miner
representative upon the above subject.
Although his remarks are not given in
detail some of his observations will be
interesting to mining men, more especially those operating in Camp McKinney, where conditions are similar
to those which occur in Rossland oamp
with regard to vein structure. The
mining man said ;
"It has been my experience that the
faults iu this camp come from the
north to the south. The vast earth
disturbance which caused them seems
to have extended from the poles to the
equator. In the past some difficulty
has been caused here by a confusion
of dykes and faults. Properly there
are no dykes here. The genuine dyke
is a cross-course of some rock foreign
to the nature of the country rock.
Here what we call a dyke is really a
seetion of the country rock occurring
in the ledge. At tho time the fissure
was formed, ages ago, the fracture was
incomplete, and in places no cleavage
occurred. Later on the mineral was
deposited in these fissures. Where the
fracture had been incomplete, no
mineral was of course deposited, It is
these portions of the country rod;
occurring in the vein that are locally
known as dykes. They are distin-
L'liishable because of tlie fact that
they generally occur at right angles to
the ledge proper, When they are
found, tlie mining man need only drive
straight ahead through the dyke along
the general line of the ledge. He is
almost certain to find the ore in place,
just where it should Im*, when the dyke
nas heen traversed.
"The fault is radically different. It
cm he easily distinguished from the
dyke, since the fault is generally ac
companied bv striation marks, wliere
it has been forced through the surrounding rock and the ledge. Then,
ton, there is nearly always a streak of
talc between the vein matter and the
fault. It has been my experience that
these faults cut the country with almost mathematical precision, When
one of tw > or three parallel ledges has
faulted, the others may be depended
upon to fault in a direct line with the
break in the first ledge. As a consequence, when the character of one
fault has been solved, a solution is
offered to the character of the corresponding faults in all the parallel ledges
lying by." Subaoriptlon 1'rli-o, 92.00 por winuin. payable
in iwlviiuuu, either yniirly or luilf-yoni-ly at Uio
option of lho BUbsorlbor,
AdvortlHliiK lltti.nn Bont on appUwaon.
Though tho noli i of Thk Aiivaniik iii-u
always op-in for tho dlsouaslon of mattera of
pulilio intoroBt. nml Importanoo, wo iln nol uop-
iioHHiii'ilyoniloi'Kii uny if llio opinions oxprosflod,
('iiri'iwponiloiioo ufti purwiiial mil urn will not ou
published.
MONDAY. MARO.H 18,1808.
SHOULD UK MOVNI>.
Although the buildings (it Fairvlew
hnve been finished I'm- hoiiiu time the
government offlciak are still at their
old quarters at Osoyoos. Just why
thisisil is liai'il tu say, nnd from this
distance the government seem to be
negligent in the inatter, For a long
time past people in that portion nf the
district have been looking forward to
the time when conditions for doing
business at the Record office, andj with
the OnUI Commissioner would In- such
as to relieve them of the necessity of
taking a considerable journey, therefore that those officers are still at the
old stand, when apparently thoy might
just as well be at Fairview, is rather
annoying to say lln-least. Itis to he
hoped the government will give the
matter attention at once,
PUBLIU WORKS,
The government recognized the
claims of their petitioners to he just,
and appropriated the sum of $5,000 for
the west fork of Keitle river road, including a bridge, and $1,(1*11 fora road
on thu main river
If precedent is followed, this money
will not be available until after the end
of June.
Now, as all Indications point to a big
rush of people to the west fork district
as soon as .spring is well advanced,
Koincthinc should lie done, by those
interested iu that seetion, lo bring tn
the attention of the govei-inneiit tlie
necessity of making an effort to nt
once construct the bridge at the crossing of the w.est fork, so that.prospectors and others g ling into the country
may be given facilities for crossing
that stream.
True there is a ferry Ihere which the
government were good enough to oper
ate for the convenience of the travelling public last year, but would it  not I it will he seen that Mining Recorders
... , , ij,-   M,,n,     i iiiij|ii-| iiii'ii     ill     n.ii.xoy
t 'anwportation.
—_--.»*	
Kipling Recovering.
According to latest Intelligence Hud-
yard Kipling I be great poet is gradually recovering from his seven- attack
of pneumonia, On the nth Instant bis
eldest daughter Josephine died of the
malady but so far the father haw nut
been made acquainted with the fact,
ns it is reared the consequence would
be such as In cause a relapse. Much
sympathy Is being expressed for the
family throughout the world, and no
wonder,'for there is no man to day so
nearly universally admired as Rudyard
KiPlh,8-     ....	
Rather Wide of the Mark.
Mr. David 11. Hogle, nf Hossland,
when In Spokane « few days ago is
said to have made use of the following
words to a Spokesman Review representative : "McKinney was discovered
and staked by old pioneer placer miners in 1887. And they haven't done
anything since but relocate every re*
ciirring Jiinuar;. inu! hold the claims
and wait for events to shape themselves.
"A few monthsslnce one might have
gone into Ihe camp and have had his
pick of the best of the properties there
for $500."
In the above Mr. lioyle hits wide of
the mark and does neither justice lo
the Cainp McKinney old timers or lo
himself. If he were better acquainted
with the camp, aud the conditions that
have prevailed therein for several
years past he would not have made
such a wild statement.
 ea .	
Gold Commissioners.
On and after the 1st of May next, the
•Mining Recorders in their separate
divisions will have [all the power now
conferred upon and exercised by (fold
Commissioners.
At lirst. sight it. in.'iy seem as il much
power is being given to Mining Recorders, hut if It is remembered that of
recent years the powers of the Gold
Commissioners hnve been greatly curtailed; owing to the fact that by
changes in the .Mineral Act, the jurisdiction formerly exercised by them has
beeu transferred to the .Supreme Court,
COMMERCE.
Head Office: Toronto.
ESTABLISHED 186?.
—<]tx>—
PAID-UP CAPITAL,   $6,000,000.
| SIX MII.I.IOiN DOLLAR!*]
REST,   -   -    -    -   $1,00J,000.
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IVcsideni Hun. HBO. A. COX
fhnei'ijl Manager !>• B. Wat.KFB,
Ass'l, Oen'l. Miiniiger....l.ll. Pl.lJMMK.t.
This Hank has the largest number of
Branches of nny hank in Canada, with
agencies at New York. Chicago, New
Orleans, Skagway and Dawson ('ity.
Accounts nf Corporations, Mti lum's
and Individuals received on favorable
terms,
Drnfis, Commercial Credits, Travel*
lees' Credits and Circular Notes issued
available in any pari of.I he World.
Approved Notes Discounted ; Colli".-*
lioiis made,
A general Dunking business transuded,
GREENWOOD BRANCH,
D, A. CAMERON,
Manager-
Thp Fif^t   ■9<1(,_>I' my oar of'Armstrong Flour
1 Ilv  ril*5l   haa arrived, and J am now pre*
pared to llll orders for Ihis "Celebrated Brand
of Flour" whieh carried off the First Prize at New
Westminster J'.'xhibltion	
-»»♦»»♦♦» .
Don't you think a plate JB-wkwh^cukes
"J r would  be mce   for
breakfast?   I have the  genuine  Wisconsin Self
Hising Flour in 21b packets.   .   .   .
Tn o*n with the cflkl-s   ! ''"" 8"'*a >'"" I"11'''
I 0 gO Wlin ine CUK__   Ontario Maple Sprup,
by the quart or gallon,   .   ,   ,
Pure White'Clover Honey in 21b tins.
Ye Olden Times Molasses put up in quart cans,
made and guaranteed pure by Alexander  K Co,,
New Orleans, La.  .  .  .
CA
J. MoNiool,
DEALER IN OOOD QOODS
Mineral Act, 1896.
Certificate   (if  Improvements.
Notion.
Lady ok tub Lakh (PbaotionajJ mimjuu,
Claim,
Situate In the Ketttlc River Mining Division of
Yale   District.   Where located:- Long
Lake Camp.
TAKK NOTICK, Ilml   I,  KurlicH M. Kerb}'
P.L.8., nOtlllK im jil'i'iiI  for (Jhurlt:*. I,.
I   l\L. s., tti'iiii'* as iitfuiil  fur
1'lniiiict free minora ccrttncateKo,
Thomol tree minor7* ccrilffcatoNo, I8871A, Ku
gene Gtermonr] free minor'* oortinc&to No.
!__ A, mul .lolm Brultfoltlct frail miners
i iTtitli'iiii' No. 800 a, Intond, dxiy days
from thi'. itiilc Iii'i'i'nf, toapply lo (ho MiniiiK
'ii'i'iirili'i' fur ii.(VrtiMinii' of linjn'ovi'iiU'iilK fur
Uu; purpoBO ol iililiiinlnx a (ro "li llnnil of lhe
above clitiin.
Ami fiirlhi'i tako notice (hat action, under
siviion :i7. mnsi lie conimonced boforo iln-
lasuanoo of such CJerUSoalo of Improvement.!
bated thin Sdrd day of Jartuary IKW1
I'OHIIKS M. KKItllY. I'.L. H.
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ho better to save the money represented in the operation of the ferry.
aud make it available iu the construction of the bridge.
With the bridge constructed and a
little guiding done on the road between
Hock Creek and the cross! ng.some sort
of direct communication to that point
could lie had by teams, and that to
those operating in that section would
mean much.
.Imtno.v, and before therivew lie-
comes Hooded is the time to build
bridges, and if anything is to lai done
it shoulil lie done at. once.
When the Time Conies.
Recently we were regaled with the
intelligence that the ('. P. H. were con-
siilcring the proposition of building a
railway to Republic camp.
Just how the 0. P, II. could do this
without entering into an agreement
with an American corporation, holding
permission to cross the Colville Reservation, was hardly discernible. The
granting of the Corbin charter would
change the stale of affairs but until
that charter is granted, there is only
one corporation In a position to offer
trans|Ntrtafion to the Republic camp,
and that is the (treat Northern. Tjiis
corporation contrails at present the
situation, as it holds a charter which
carries with it the right to traverse
ire nol being invested with any  very
extended authority.
Thai their duties will have a wider
range  than   al   present,   is however,
very gratifying, lor the reason   thatit
will represent a convenience to the
mining communities which [have, and
more especially iu Ihis district, had  to
contend   with   much   inconvenience
when desiring the Oold Commissioner's
services, owing to the fact that he has
resided and still resides so far away
from Hi-center ol'the district and in
such an out-of-the-way portion of it,
looking al, the tnatterfroni a Boundary
Creek   point  of  view, that   it  takes
several days to communicate with him
upon  matters that come within his
jurisdiction.
. ► ♦-«	
Good News.
Our Camp .McKinney correspondent
says that.a gratifying feature of the
pasl week was the striking of a rich
ore body in the Cariboo mine at the
800-fnnl level.
To those'first acquainted with the
permanent chjiracter of the veins
throughout ilie southern portion of
Yale, Mu- almie Information will not
collie as tl Slli'pl ise, it would have lieen
mure of a surprise had the opposite
happened, It is none (he less gratifying however, for the reason that it not
only places lhe Cariboo upon a very
easy footing, it will have the tendency
the reservation, by the, building of aldf infusing confidence into those who
road up the San Poll. are experi lug oilier free milling proper.
To gain act-ess to Republic camp, the \ tics in (Jump Mi Kinney and as well in
C. P. It. will have to take one of three olher camps iu I Iiii" district,
courses, first; encourage the granting; To ibeOm-I'iooCompany the strike
uf the charter tothe Kettle Hiver V.il- j wans in.ich, as ii insures a plentiful
ley railway, after having arranged for It upply of ore for lhe 20 stamp mill for
its acquisition, second; by entering, n I.ing lime lu come, and regular divi
into an agreement with the (ircafidriid-toiihusewhiiaiefoiluiuiteenough
Northern, third; by a direct uppea' to: to li >Ui ihe favored stock of ibis com*
the United States Congress for tbeIpany. The Uarlliuo Is entitled to lhe
right to invade American territory. dlsliiicilnn of i>emg not only the most
Which of the three courses will the imporlaul free milling proposition in
0. P. II. take:*1 this disirict,Iml as well in lhe province,
Under the conditions prevailing the land nol for sunn* lime will any other
flr.jtand third would seem to out of mine appfnaeh its present record, and
tbe question, and the second certainly, I pei haps nol for years will any other
mine uiits'.rip il as a revenue producer,
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Practical Watch Maker,
COPPB3K st
GREENWOOD B.C.
!
--HARDWARE -
Chambers & Co. Vernon
Dealers lo Shelf and Heavy Mwart.
PAINTS,   OILS, STOVES, TINWARE, etc
: Jobbing Tinsmiths and Plumbers :-
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MOUTH OK HOCK OBBBK
3.'»i'Ci_«j.j»jj.ici^iis-A».,   TXteia...
judging from the expressions of tho
president of the Great Northern a few
days ago when interviewed in Spokane
upon the suhjei-t of giving transportation to Republic camp, for he remarked
that when the time runic for the building of a railway to that point lii.s company would be tiie one to do ko.
Under these circumstances it would
seem that the recent expression of the
C. P. It's intention was thrown out as
halt to i- tch the unwary and so lull l.o
rest the support which the people of
Boundary Ci kv.il'give to the Cor- 	
bin ehartvr, and hy so doing place urKxoeUor* iflslitiiKon Kettle Rlvor.jw
The Hank of
British North Ameriea
-STABtTSHBO 1SKJ.
Incorporated by Royal Charter.
Pald-Up Capital      -      -      -     $4,866,666
Reserve Fund     ....     1,387,000
London Office: 3 elements' Ijuic, 'Lninl-nnl St.
K. C.
Court of lilreclnrs.
.1.11. Hi'ihIIo, John .laiiiuH Outer, Qaspard
KiiiTc.r, liloliura li.iiivn, Henry J. Ijarror, Kii,
Arthur Hiii'.ro, H. J, ll. Kondall, J, .1. Kings-
ford, Kreileric Lubbook, Qeorge 1). Whatman.
8oorolary, A. O, Wai.i.is.
Hi-nil Office in Ciiiiiulii, HI. lames .St., Mont real.
H. 6TIKEMAN, J. ELM8LY,
(lenurnl Manogor, rnspocior.
Branches In Canada.
London, Brantford, llainilton. Toronto, Kingston, Ottawa. Montreal, Quoboc, st, John N. B„
llniiiilim. \\'lniil|ii'K, HM.' t'linlei i"lon, N. II.
Iliillfnx, N. B., \ ii'iiirlii, Vancouver, Rowland,
Kaslo, Trail, Akhorofl and Oroenv/ood H. ('.,
Dawson ('iiy. Klondike, N. \v. T.
Agents In the United States.
Spokane: Tradors National Hunk, and (Mil
National Hank.   Xiev York : I.VJ Wall Stent),
VV, K'uvsiin and J. I', Welsh, agonts,   San t'l-iin-
oiaoo, till Bamonifl SI reel) II. Al. ,1. MeMiuliaiil
uml ,1. It, Amlii'iiKii, nghnto, agonts,
London Bankers.
The Hank of England and Mu«srn. fllyn k Co.
Foreign Agents.
liiviTpool, Hunk of Liverpool. Australia.
Union Hank of Aiislnilia. NowZealard, Uniou
Rnukof AUHtii'ulin. Kunknf New Zenlunil In-
di.i, chimi, iiiid Japan, Chartered Moroanlilo
Bank Of India, Lunion nnd Clilna, Aid'a Hunk.
Ltd, West. Indies, Qblontal Hunk. I'nris,
Tareliaril, ICraiiSK & (!o. Lyons, Credit Lyon-
mils.
J. ANDERSON, Mgr.
(Ireenwooil, B, (!
Urnnd Prairie Hotel.
Mcl-AI-JMN Br<os.
GRAND PRUHBE WOE |
Carson, B.C. *Wj
f\S direct route to the
Boundary Creek and
Colville Reservation
points.   .   .
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OF   DRUGS,.       Patent Medicines, Etc.
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GOOD STABLING
For Salo al tho Tin Shop,
MltiWAY, 0. C.
«00 ft. Who Netting-, 4ft.liifrli.
ia.*i ft. of;{ ply, 34 Inch,rubber
Tiiltliij,'.
80 Window SIiikIcs.
Mho Tinware of all kinds, Sheet iron
Ni'ivos, DnuiiB, Stove Pipe uud
Roof Sheeting. Anything made
tr oiilot' In Tin, Sheet Iron or (!op-
p.r wiui', Prices Right.
E. G. Prior & Co.,
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t... Of Victoria, $
Carry a full stock at Vernon of... jjj
Brantford Carriage Co's Democrats,
Wagons, Buggies and Carts.
Massc-y Harris Binders.
Toronto and Brantford Mowers
and Hay Rakes.
Olive Plow Co's Gang, Suikey
and Walking Plows.
REPAIRS FOR MACHINERY f    ASent at Vernon,        %
SOLD BY TriEM.     I H.SCHULTZ.^
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PACIFIC
RAILWAY
»00 PACIFIC ROUTE.
T
M, tatnal, Halifax,
Md, New York and
Ul EMtm, luropean,
md PmWo GiMst Points.
h« Cheapen
tuloksttad
ihortit Bout*
STR. ABERDEEN 'ZZ^Z
tatottf. IhmtattJanil Hnturday, niuklngcon-
leotlOM Wltk Mils at Okanagan winding tor
Hoamem lOOOtm to join main line trains
taataatmtat,
ttttottfbkatato and from lho Pacilii: Coast
Ud Kuropoan Points.
B^olpmeit HHBrpanseil, combining palatial
lllllllHHlllll(l>t»|li in   lil"iil'"ii iiil] runrlimi
teoflft Md ttm colonist sleeping cum run on
ah
_tb* ta time, rates, etc., apply to
t. L. t«Kb,    D. R. MoElmon,
ifMrt, Pwrtlrton.  Agont, Greenwood, B. C.
Or to        | E. J. Coyle,
tHOL Partx'r Agent, Vancouver.
tfcevMoaref ully consider
thiifet of material, and
fey lg«ring, find out that
I all kinds of
-Mail Dressed:-:Lumber,
Jes, - Laths, - Etc.,
pa be purchased at the
m Forks Sawmill,
©REAPER THAN
' ANYWHERE ELSE.
♦♦*♦
Not Correct.
[t i« to be regretted tbat the rewmt
session of llm proviuoiaJ legislature
whn brought to n olose before Uje proposed amendments to the Miheiwl Aot
weii! considered, Some of the contemplated changes wore of great importance, particularly that specifying
that the interest of each owner ofa
mineral claim should be described in
Crown Grant titles. Last year's provision that the survey of a claim should
oount as assessment work, was an excellent one, and it is unfortunate that
it will no longer remain in force.—B.
C. Mining Record.
In making these assertions the B. 0.
Mining Record is entirely mistaken as
the ahove were among thn principal
amendments introduced to the Mineral
Act during the session of tlie legislature just closed.
Section 14 of the Mineral Act Amendment Act 18IMI, reads thus i
Section 127 of said chapter 135, as
enacted by section 10 of chapter '.it of
the Statutes of 1SIIS, is hereby aniet)dt-d
striking out the words "one year" in
the second line thereof, and substituting therefor the words "two years,"
and by striking out the llgures "181)11"
in the fourth line (hereof and substituting therefore the figures "11)00,"
This applies to the survey of mineral
claims.
And Section 10 says : Grown grants
of mineral claims shall show the interest of each grantee in the claim.
Other provisions in the Act are that
after the 1st of May next, Mining Recorders will have all the (lowers of Gold
Commissioners, a provision which will
be generally acceptable as it will bring
thc Gold Commissioner more closely
in touch with the different mining
communities. In the matter of Free
Miner's Certificates all certificates
issued after the 81st of Mny next, will
expire on the following 81st of May,
and certificates taken out for a fraction
of a year will pay a pro rata rate, five
dollars lieing the fee for a full year.
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G. L Simpson, Prop.
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|| 118 k CO.
■ '   ■, Muo-usHitrM Ui ll, N. Taylor)
Cheiists and Druggists
| Vernon, R. C.
KMP » Wfst-Class stock of
.'tPfUgs, Chemicals
■Patent Medicines
**' and Toilet Articles
I and Careful Attention
 OIVKN TO	
MAIL ORDERS.
l-OSTOKHIl'. BOX Ul.
I VV. DALRYMPLE
mtfrnmamasexX    Blaolcamltb
\  FAIRVIEW, B. C.
til finds  of   Ropnirlng.    Horseshoeing
tt':tt. ASpeoinlth.
|*f       J. W.  K>EED,
HMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, ti. C.
Watch Repairing a Specialty
All Work Warranted,     o8*2m
He. McDUFF
teneral Blacksmith,
GREENWOOD, B. C.
Kinds of Work Executed lo the SittiH
on of Customers
OUR OTTAWA LETTER.
Ottawa,jMarch 4,18(H).
It should'augur well for the prevalence of bainony and brotherly love at
the approaching session of parliament
that in their recent speeches on more
ttian one occasion, leaders of the opposition have professi-d adherence to
the line of policy which bas been followed by the guvi-rniueiit throughout
' their term of ojflee. Sir Qhttrles Tupper for instance when at last he broke
loose from the stern restraint which he
bad so heroically inflicted upon himself, declared that under no conditions
must the Canadian Commissioners
sacrifice their country's interests to
their opponents ; his parliamentary
colleagues and newspaper supporters
reiterated witli all due emphasis their
fixed conviction that it was impossible
to make an equitable deal with the
United States, aud with their hands on
their hearts and eyes upraised, protested that they would sooner have no
treaty at all than obtain it hy sacrificing even five cents worth of their
national dignity.
In due course it transpired that the
British commissioners have declined to
proceed further with the negotiations
because they believed it impossible to
dc so with honor and dignity ; thus
showing tlie complete unaminity that
exists between the two political parties
Their Consciknce Pkioks Them.—
As a slight alleviation of the very
natural regrets which the interruption
in the negotiations at Washington have
occasioned, it is satisfactory to notice
that some of the leading American
newspapers are frankly expressing
their doubts as to the entire justification of the American position. For
example, the Philadelphia Times remarks, ''Remembering how recently
the United States threatened to go to
war with Great Britain to compel her
acceptance of arbitration to settle the
boundary dispute with Venezuela, the
attitude of the United Sthtes commissioners in refusing to referthe Alaskan
boundary for arbitration seems a little
embarrassing" Other papers take
much the same view, while others
again, question whether this was really
the insurmountable obstacle which
blocked the way, heing apparently
more inclined to the view that it was
the trade question that did thc mischief. Whatever may have been the
real cause, of one thing there is no
doubt; that a combination of minor
local influences can, under the American system, be brought to bear Upon
national legislation to siu-b a degree,
that, regardless of the well being nt*
the republic as a whole, Ihe most delicate and important international questions may be hopelessly endangered by
the reckless interference of irresponsible seotionolistB, Our Canadian system is very far from perfect, and altogether too susceptible to improper
influences, but it is happily may laps
ahead of its neighbor to the south,
Spokane tans
...& Northern,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
- - AND --
Red Mountain Railways.
The  only all-rail route, with
out change of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland     j/Am
and Nelson. . .     _^^^"
DAILY TRAINS.
GOING NORTH,                    GOING SOUTH.
12i27u. ii    MARCUS llilS a.m.
Train leaving Marcus af 11:13 a. in,
makes close connections at Spokane
wit   trains for all
Pacific Coast Points.
Close connection1) at Nelson with
steamboats for Kaslo and all Kootenay
hake points.
Passengers for Kettle Hiver and
Boundary Creek conned at Marcus
with si age daily.
O. Gk DIXON,
. P. &T, A.
W. H. WEBB,
_J**_V
Practical
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WAGON AND CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
*—♦**■
3t# epaix*i*n.*g>
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
%$- CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
IWe
Print
§S| On good paper,
pp and in the most
M approved style
LETTER HEADS
BILL HEADS
NOTE HEADS
ENVELOPES
STATEMENTS
POSTERS
BUSINESS CARDS
CALLING CARDS
BLANK FORMS
of any kind.
■/\/N«/\
BILL OF SALE
ii£$ forms for Mineral Claims
•\/N**'\
|§|      SURVEYOR'S
«h*   affidavit forms for field
?$&   notes, etc., etc.
A Trial Order Solicited.
is tar manes «sri=E__
MIDWAY, B. C
<?^m
We have bought out manufacturer's
samples of gentlemen's fur caps and
gauntlet mitts, at prices less than half
their actual value	
Real Persian Lamb CapsJ,;S« $4.50 & $5.00
Bokhara Lamb Gaps at
$6.00
All these would be cheap at $i 2.50 to $15.00.
Western Beaver h:s£S S;y $5.00 & $6.00
Actual value $10.00 to $15.00.
Also an assortment of so called Klondike   ith at less
than half their real value.
Wombat, African Buffalo and Calf mitts at $5.00
Actual value double this price.
There are still a few remnants in  silks, satins and surrahs
left, but they won't last long at the price they are marked at.
We still keep a full supply of
DRY GOODS.  NOTIONS,  GROCERIES  and   MINERS'   SUPPLIES,
which we are adding- constantly.
OIR BUILDER'S HARDWARE EXPECTED IN SOON. :	
XXAXBT  Ss CO.,
POST OFFICE STORE   -   -   MIDWAY.B.C.
Practical House and Carriage
PAINTING
Paper Hanging, Graining and Sign Painting. Also Kalsomining
and all kinds of Decorative Work executed by
E. Nash I Co., Midway and Greenwood City.
Bob Hall'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   time,    and     by   comfortable
conveyance.
Livery, Feed and jl f
Sale Stables...    ■*"
Penticton, B. C.
R. S. HALL, Prop.
Notice to Taxpayers.
ASSESSMENT AOT AND PROVINCIAL REVENUE TAX AOT.
Rock Creek Division   of  Yalo   Ointi'lct.
NoTU'K. is hereby glvon in accordance with
the Statutes lluii Provincial EUrouuoTax
nml nil Tnxesievied undor tho Assessment Aot,
arts now duo for iho yoar 1880. ill thoabo7o
named Uixoscollooilble within the Hook Crook
Division of Yalo District ire payable nt ins
ullleo ai Osoyoos, Yale District. .Assessed
luxes are collectible ni the following rates, vi/.:
If paid on or before Juno 80th, llm
Throe-tlfths of one por colli on i'ei\l properly.
Two wid one-half per conl on assessed value
of wild land.
One half of one per cenl on personal properly.
On so inueb of the Income of nny person as
exceeds one thousand dollars lho following
rales namely : - I'pon BUOh excess tif income,
when tho same Is not more (ban ten thousand
dollars, one per eeni, when such excess Is over
ten thousand dollars and not more '.ban lv '-ity
thousand dollars, one anil one quarter <>. me
percent, wl.eu sueb cxeess is over twenty
thousand dollars one and one half of one per
cent.
If paid nflor 1st July 1809.
Pour lift lis of one pi r cent on real properly.
Three per eeni on Uie nssesso:! v.ilue of wild
hind.
Throe fourths of - per cent   on personal
properly.
Oil 80 much of tho income of nny person ns
exceeds one Ibousnnd dollars : Ibe following
rules nuiuely :— Upon Suoh excess, when llio
Hiiioe is not more thnn leu thousand dollars:
one nnd one quartor per cent, w lien such excess
is over ten thousand dollars nnd less than
twenty thousand dollars, one nml one half of
one per cent, when such excess is over twenty
thousand dollars one and three quarters Of one
per eeni.
Provincial Revenue tax 83.00 per cnpil'i.
r. A it. I,.MIDI.Y,
Osoyoos, B, Ci Assessor and collector.
FobruiryiU'li, 1809,
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate   of   Improvements.
NOTIOB
"Cariboo Kkaition'' and "Golden Ckown
fraction" minkhal claims.
Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yule District, where locaied:-ln Camp
McKinney, adjoining the Kamloops and
Minnenahn Mineral Claims.
TAKK NOTICK Ibal the Minnehaha Gold
Mlnln" nnd MlllingCompany., nf Ilritish Ool-
iiuihia I l.iiniledl.frec miner's cert itlcnlei\'ol8IT3a
Intend sixty days from date bereof.toapply lotho
Minimi Rooordor Inr a Certificate of Improvements, for the purposo of obtaining a Crown
(■rant of lbe nbove elnlm.
And further take notice that aclion under
SOoUon 117 must be cnuinienced before tho issuance of such Cprtlllcuto of Improvement*.
Dated Ibis 30th day of 11 'comber. 1„8.
Certiiicate of Improvements.
Wo ttoi
DBKAM Mixkhai. Claim.
Sltunte In Osoyoos Mining Division, of Yale
Districl. Where Located:-About seven
miles south of Camp McKinney.
TAKK NOTICK thai tForbesM, Kerby,as
agent for Thomas Pinch, froe miner's'eerlillenle No. 18002a nnd John Nelson free miner's
cerlilleale N0.181117A.Intend,sixlyd.iysfroin the
date hereof, lo apply io the Mining llccoider
far n Cerlillcule of Improvements, for lhe purposo of obtaining a Crown (irant of lho above
! olalm,
i   And fnrllier Inke notice that aclion. under
section 37, musl   be commenced beforo tlie
: issuauc-e of such Cerliticnte of Improvements.
Uiiled ibis -Jlsi day it December 1898.
KOltllKS M  KKllHY
ROCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OK ROCK CREEK
XX..    X";i_fc€?'»»«a.;B.-is'*-*-,   Ttlgras.
Kms'i'-CLAss Accommodation cor Guests.
.UlU-lGl U1U1 UUU  JL 1 i
AT "THK ADVANCE;,
GOOD STABLING
t'J Kxccllci'l -fishing on lCclllii ltiver.jtf CITY**-
rs'--i, T-.a-' i.-.i S.jpfly Puiut'rf fbfB'iiatijirT
Crt-uk  Micuiae Gimp*.    Fnur. this Ne* T"»c  rwnfo
\r.ld '■   _■
Greenwood. Deadwood,
Copper. Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith. Camps.
Le:ts Are Sellir.ai Frwfy ai-ai are \ Ootid Is!vr*>
,ii.rr-.i upr.„ wr.r
t'*ipp<?t (.'nrnpnny
ex-itr-r ,-x.uiFhd*-.
.Lii   i* '*Jrrt.-i Jf. t.. th
jt*rv;»rr~.t C'jflEl'ir:*-'
known. Oth*T ii
prt*iii;.'i"r- ir,u.*-c c
. . irj'i it, will r...w
l»-r'iiri- the A__ri«*
LS r__r    iSxtu'riinr    1
a ni .ti-ly -"ii"r''t '.'-: • rze-.u ■
tVr.-iz {ntl'Arni'i- ti: - w.ii iii
ll-tttr. winch pr-.i .. i j- j:*";'
'.''ic-pt-r ' {' thr w. .f!<i. r>*cj4_u*> -*<
certain!; for c.
tuiad for gain.   S
a*- Amwrvtuu commercial and Mining men »>,-   •
i-r tne «r>*:*t *■»       ,*"**1   n—IG li(j    r.
*t,__.»::w at the Fairview Hotel when *- c
H.H'£good accomodation, eveimmg ehtJ.
I MOH_t*  i.HO    k-"---.;
an.1 <*iipi**T
res-it v ji id
.I a rtortzt time-
f"*-r .- cpa_r.
>-• lk:i.jwr,. w_J
"".it   ;.' ..iustry.
JJi    t'Uvr      irii.c
M
Qeo J. Sheehar*
•"wiihuwi
th- .<h*»r
E.itiir,u.v
! FALLS HOTEL... US^S
For Price .*f Ln_ ,-i_i Ci-h-c Iof<
• ■rtiint   xpa-
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expeet cupper   to   k ,.,..   ,.,.,  ,u , i-.-jt-.  ———	
TTij> r-i'usj revert iu the '"eci-rC* --frhe   r*.     *. ~     "        " "—~—
ctxomtmiXT. Th*   kKei   u*   WB«««y  «*»^ «d i»   *  <..w-«  „•
-^-- '-■• 1 fchiw in *,,__,.,,.   o,,,,..,
Mi QamMiR; ll^1^*1^1^1^1^1^1^1^1^1^1^1^111111111"
TV :*..*:..-•__ -.--.ry ;
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"E'.vry h<>hi«-r nf .i ***i_:l !i«:.i..» ;■-
o-cse who allow* ;}_. ,puiihiiu*j tf-AUW**.
kc-wi,  «   lira-   p,i4,r.   ,t_i" pier.         „ _.„_,-. ...^^   , ...  ,
-.J bw v -„ *.- pu---u f,,r m,w^T. llf. *"r^ Ktpc m sexk and made to ord*****-    C< ls;  C
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j.- nave taizt-*e is ieir_.tr "( an .Senrs- m,mmJ* BHa   .-
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VERNON - SAWMILL
SMITH   ft   McL-ttm   t>»..~.	
-SMITH  *   McLEOD. P_>nur«.,«A
Sashes. LXjors, Moulding TurningS,etc. A!: ,
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.... Of Hartford. Conn. 5
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25     *-*to«*k Life aad
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THE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY. KETTLE RIVER.
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McAtJLEY A KEIGHTLEY. ProDnetore.
H H. PHRMHSQN
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in a lew (iav*- wifl *-,» ]U,.. -&
<-. - "... ~- ^ .... ..ner cur p:- r.
Sideboards, etc.   etc.   •   -
ALL Of THE LATEST PATTE**S A>D DESIOXS
A>0 AT f-DICES AHICM WILL DEFY CfNBFEl
• nifirov'intn'.*.
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l|fe   AnAiteet au4
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FinarfciaL
I^ca.1 Estate.
Insurance and
Mining Agent
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CertiBrale   *>f   lmpr*>Te»**nt>
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Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
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Catnp McKinney. B. C.
Patroos will £__ _ Mi hoose. aeatly farnis_€<L
izi pcasessi.:*: ill -c-ierc WE^e-i-Hiees. tending
to tn* eomfort of guests. Stnet attention pai<l to
tie wants and wisiies of e*astemers at aU tim-fs
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Lynch k WM    -   ?ro;?ieto?s.
Wu -._._.    mama m   OOA WVHU     Jllll, Li\Jt        l
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Incorporated Octo Ur 2it, 1896.
, 3B. O.
Capitalization $1,500,000, in $1 Shares, Treasury Stoek 700,000 Shares.
COMPANY'S PROPERTIES.
The Company's mining properties now consist of fourteen claims, viz, the D. A., G. A. R, Bi*
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
*■_
P
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DESCRIPTION.
O      I
fCOMPANY:
-  -  - -  Pbesidext
D. A. HOLBROOK        -   Manages
E. JACOBS   -   -   -   -   SEtBETAKT-TaEj^rEE*
BANKERS
BASK OF MONTREAL   - |   praam, B. C
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4.
On the '• D. A ■ is a vein ahont 3D
inches wide^with a p-.*r-*t**ak of 4 to
12 inches; from tnis 8.8B3 Ihs. of ore
was shipped to the smelter, pvins;
4*10.115 gold per ton, silver 74 7-10 oas.,
and 2 per cent. lead. A tunnel is t-f-in-ir
driven on this vein from which ore is
l*in_ taken. On the same propt-rtyis
a lanjer vein 'quartzi curry inf? galena
and pyrites.
The "G. A. K." ha* a S>-foot ..haft
sunk on a 2-foot vein, heavily mineralized with ao intimate mixture of iron
and copper pyrites, -raleca, lilende and
silver-flanr*-. Thefinest piecesofwiresil-
verfoond onBoundaryt'reek were taken
fnun Ihis shaft. Average a*-ays from
differen: places Across the vein pavr
S*-«i tfold. H) o-L-. silver: also tAW
gold aod 15(i tm. -liter and one. ibe
latest ret lira-Slate gold aod 1S« 4-5
ors. silver per too.
On tbe "Biff Led^e** is a 10-fool
quartz rein, mineralized with iion
pyritps. Tbis vein has tveen upe.ied
np Kycross-cuts.m tbe surface frroff*
feet. A narrower vein has been
opened tip, l-eing one foot wide, carrying consideralile copper pyrite*. and
runs into the main ledge m a sjiar. on
which a tunnel of 10 fret has N-en
driven. Average amoya tptxetXi cold
and ] 1-10 ozs. silver, aud *41.S gold
17j ozs. silver. 1 pel cent- popper
Tbe "O. B.~ has two distinct rein*
one 25 feet wide which, from its strike
and geiji-rsi character would seem to
be tbe same vein as lhat on tbe Big
L**d_e. although sufficient has not
heen done to make this conclusive.
Fhe s**cond vein bas at present a
width of nearlT three feet. Assays
have shown values io gold from $4.00
to i*170.5i*whi!e a conservative sampling by Mr. S. S. Fowler. M. E. gave
•136.00 in gold.
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On tbe",**". H. R" are two converft-
iag vein-* of cipper and iron pyrites,
or; which work is now l«-ing Atme. An
average assay gave, -fold $1.5(1, silver
!6* ozs.. Bopptr 11.X per cent., or
#*<-.+4 for all values.
The •■ Fred P." was located in De
eemberjlS'■d. mra as- ground for a
r«sis 'or mirii.-ig operaii"n» for tbe
other < laiins tb-in f.-r ils present value,
although there is littJedoubt (hat tbe
large iein on thi-O. B. run* through
it. There is a small vein of galena on
this clai*n.
The " J. A. CL" has a Urge iron-
rapping running through it from the
Anacondi. at a depth of a few feet.
The ore carries a considerable percent
age of of copper and 110 in gold.
This company is regisfred ur I
Companies   Act,   189a and ami
acts, in the  office of the Registr -
Victoria. B. C. for 1.50a000 -:.
$1.00.   non-   assessable,   of   irhi
ponion  of  the Treasury stoc*,* is
offered at ;o cents a share on apj
cation to the company.
The "8. F." lies letwee-d tb» G. A. R Tbe remaining «i claims are ail fri-*d
and D. A., in the directi-*n ut tb- strike prospects, but at yet very little de-
otx theG. A. R. vein. This k«ationba» ' veloproent work ha* hern dnne on
een made on a vein of pfnhetitA       \ hem.
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Mineral Aet 1896
Certificate of  Improvements.!
Wrr-ow Hnx. ywna. rmotxtt, ilixesai I
Claims.
Sttnatc ia the Oso-rc*:* Mining Divlskia of
Talc district. Where k«at*d;-Ca_p
Pair-slew. ;
TAKK NOTICE. t{_* _(*__ it Bloi* G.**.*
•jwl tor Wm. [-alrprpj. tne k_*t*
■xrS&aie Vo. Tvlju : Albert Uairxmpte tn*
minw sairtifieaw N'o.lM14i__ I»oixai, Cit-
nurtteel. frw mtaet* omOAtOLt Si. HBta-kt.
tend. <x:y d»r.- frw. tlie isle ixrtrjf. m
ijrrir -,o lhe Mining Kworder for 4 Owttfatta
of _cpor«oent*. for tht parjo* of etsauorm
a Croini 5r»iii ot the abov* daim.
Awi farther take notice iLx: vikm. order
■*_-it*o r. must t* oc-aajefioed txtrr. tt*
amsoce ot *T*ch Ceniflcatt c>f Imtro, «»_i«.
Dated ;U* kh dxj ot Nonmbcr, ;**.
SEEDS!    SEEDS!
CHOICE NORTHERN GROWN
Garden Seeds
W   Quality..
I THE BEST PR*
You Want the Best and the Cheapesti^
TKE •SIT FEIFWT TEXCtm   M-Mullens   Fencing    and    ti*-**   •
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W8VEM WIK FEWtK !*•*_«,*>,
WIM KOR KKLVAOS.
Quantity..
AT EASTERN PRICES.
PROOtCED.
_MAIL ORDERS  FILLED  PROMPTLY.
NOTICE.
*T*HK t*»rtner-*hip hemotcite 'ntraaiuz bt-
I t*re«ti Ja.iies M. LTiK-h vri Tb -no*.Ti uxn-
forgr. doing bt«ii»se a» bo:d keeper* at f*rot.
McKinncT under the firm name of -Lynr. t_
HemphreT" ban thi.-' day V.-en di-«rjlv*>i bv
Ba'oal ooownt. Th* •«_ Jsbms M, Ljnch
aeoiiies all liahHiXirs tA. and rolkrrte ell '_*-.
tut: the fin.-, at -L.roi.h k Humf-Lrer." Ht.
after tb» to^i*** «-_ tie oaodo-iwl by l). lie-
IrufTaod lite-mid }.me. M. Lynch Zoler th*
aameof "LyrK-k * Mtl>_T '
Dated this UAh toy ot IXwmS-er.l-S*.
J-MES ML VXCH,
THOMAS HIMFHKEY
D. McDlFK.
.. .We Pay The Duty...
0. & P. NEL50N,
Seed Merchants Nelson Wash.
HOG FENCINGS   AT   SPECULf
LOW PRICES.
iAU. CTHKi' VAIllhTIi:- CSS '
MrMullen-are t!:e inly .->•!
sold in Caitiula.   Tl.ey j-.p-ii
lej for fN>ultry yanl*. twDw*-
lawn fence*.
Ask your hardware merchant for NcNullen's foods.    Ifyouutu
_m_dsnrta_a_lky
tm nNTAmo mm tzmema oa. u_
Th lanufacarrs a Picon, On., or o
him write to   The b. Greening Wire Co. LA Hamilon j
I      Honral General Agens.
JAMES COOPER, .Toatreal, OcMeral Agent for Railway Fencir
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
MINERAL Aa, 1896.
Certificate   of   Improvements -1 Certificate   of Improve ment*.
for sale     Seed Wheat Fop Sale.
AHMSTB0N6 HOTEL
H. KEYES. Prop.
G<j-od Acxfimaiddation.
Best Liquors and t'igare.
Ftrst -< 'hs.. SUlilinc
ARMSTRONG  B.C.
Votlo*1
AssjirEB MtMiRiL (Xi:*.
Sittuu io lae Ketlle River «.r,;n» Divitios
of   Tale   District.   Where lecaud: Ob
Caaru*  ereek  atteut on* aad ow-half
mllei from Kettle river.
TAKK MOTORS On* !. HH_taiK.(M_Ua
».- uteri tor Hi ••, >•>.' lear.ber.trfrnnnrr*
fertiH»*in«; So. )IT_t. it,to„. siiir d»;« Irxem
tb* ivte l,iT«*f. t'inl*.!v to tiie Mining lietor-
-ier tei -Tiia.aK -,', inir.n.vf:jjen!>i. tor lbe
xoir.'S*- o*. obia>r,:ng » < rt,»n pant tt -Jrr
»t»v<> _um.
tat far.is*r uik* tKAkr XLst JK-tios. oo&rr
-".-'.ion  tt,  mOA le  r-i.i:.rn'rootsl   le-tore lb*
.-i*ijaor^ -t -rn h of-r.ifva'.e at i-r.prov.-mcnt.*
.--klod :iii*14l!i<lj«jr xA Ni.i«il*jr. HK
R"BIX HieOV Ml1E»AL  CL»m.
Situate in Kettle River Kninf Division of
Yale Divtrict. Where located : On *rett
of Canyon creek, about four Biles from
Kettle river.
Takk mortem u»t t. »*a _._■!-_««.
»• ajfra lor B. Leather, free roirier'* err-
oerxifo.-ate Sn. lUZAi. inKwi. fiizy <i»y-
from da4r hereof, to "-wl} to tbe Mining
Beee^arfaraeeittfe—loot Sapratramaat. tor
'■!:< | irrr.-eol olAaitiirxg ax ro»n graol ot '.ix.
*bin e i .Kirn.
Aad totter take notice tbM a«i'jii. Mdar
"-"-li'iij Tl.  m-z-x   be   oo-rimeiK*fi  W-trirt- tbi
i.-uas -': of ..cr &:r-iiea:t- -,t im*tf*irea»erit*.
iiyltx. lb;, llll, .i.ij of N'oreffiU-r. Ir'dtx.
A Good Hay Ranch.
, Located about three miles from
, Greenwood City on Boundary
Creek.
j For Terms Apply to
"the advance."
9*3
Coinniereial Job Printing.
AT   THE _J}V__!GB|
Parties needing,
clean fal seed  whd
y!        for  planting. -
"^       oil! on J. A. C    *
'71      Midway. B. C
has two famous
tries,  the	
Early Genessee Giant
-A.VD- ,
Dawsons Golden Cr_
Samj-l** tan bt teen at  Main J* '
11*4. »J.
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