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 xiv.
No. 7.
MIDWi
t,8T«H. 80L.C1TOB. ETC.
Obekhwo0"8-0,
S°LS0NN,,AHvPUm..c,
tSTATE,
lsvN,IAl-A«iKNT
-s„ MINING BROKER.
Ikinney. ij-^__	
ii.c.shaw,
Llett&ShhW
IkISTE'HS. SOLICITORS,
N„t.rl«- ■,»*"'c'
'\ I!..-' 'nL'ScIII'-, Moreing*
- «■£ , _■**
tOOD,B.C 	
dv rrm-K'
C-38TOIIS  HIIOKKB.
niM-iissuOAOK"1'*
ken   Absiraei- made.
&. b, -nil or "'«"•"•
|y attended to.
Closing Out
At Cost
Y. BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 17,   1900.
$2.00 per Year.
For
vlv>!wiwiwifv;fy;?*i?vif Yin isfimn'fi
Dry Goods, Clothing
Gents' Furnishings
Heavy Minjng Shoes
A MINT FOR CANADA Brit|»**«°v«-',*i»-'«•«•<*■•' intiw-iirwi      bureau of mines.
greatest center of exchange. Even iff
a mint were established, tha advisability of exporting   tbe  purchased  Orand Forks People Think is Should
guld in burs  or sovereigns would  lie j
Hon. Mr, Fielding's Project Discussed in the States.
be Lstablished.
-At a
this
Do
Cash
An Assay Oflice and Branch of the
Imperial Mint Would Benefit
Canadian  Miners.
The Tm.inin Olobo lias the following!
to mi)' mi u nml tee i hat is uf practical
importance to Canadian mining men:
The interest awakened hy Mr, Fielding's proposal In establish an assay
office and a branch f the impeiial
mini in Canada is in a measure a refleC'
lion ul the currency issue that has
Grand Forks, H. 0, Dec, 11
largely-attended public  meeting
evening a resolution urging Ihi
' minion Government to create a mini
bureau   and   to   appoint a cabl
' minister having   special  charge
mining    and   mining  interests  <
adopted,   It was also decided to s
lhe co-operation of the various boe
of trade and    kindred   associatio
throughout thc Dominion,  The res
, lotion, wbich was proposed by Aid.'H
I man P, T, McCallum and Beconded hy
li"
..I'll
!C!ti!«!«!ii'.^!*_!4i!'^!ii!_!!ii!l_
[r. SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Bi-ock, Greenwood.
Phono t»«. V. t It.
.1
Ikerby,
A. K.Un. Soc. C. I.
ci.u. Land   Surveyor
MIDWAY TRADING CO., LTD.
J. R. JACOBS, MANAGER.
Hotel Spokane, j
• • -**U- :CCCC1
nt.
't>
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^detei'iiiitied  l,y the deiminds I llu-
  market, and ii  would not always be
„_ 'found advantageous   to   stamp tin
MUCH   INTEREST   MANIFESTED metal Into coins.   Minting Is generally
an intermiitent Industry, and a  Can-
n.linn branch would be no exception to
that rule.   It is a mistake to suppose
that any additional prolit would uc-
ctue to the  Dominion through the
minting of silver coins,  Tie Canadian
Government dow retains the difference
lietween lhe  value of the silver and
the face value of coins made from It,
lc-s lhe acl Ual cost of miming, a cost . in__an_a__^__^__^__H
,,   ,       ,, ,   .       ,,,.,    n. N. ualer, assistant treasurei
that would scarcely be reduced bv  the    ,      , ,       , „
.....       ,   ..    .       .        . ,        Oranhy smelter, Is as follows:
eslal.lislinieiit,ot a branch mini. here.       ,„,       , ., ,
.,.,     ,. .   ,.   ,. ,        •   ,  »,    I      lhat the rapid ib'vi'oi.iiii'iii of I
lln- chief iiiiieelioii urged agunst th".    . .     .   ,       ' .
,,    '       ij,.,      , ,,   mining mdustrv in  our ..pinion   |uj
proiiiHal is the additional expense.    Il i „      , .        , .  .
.   .  ,.   , , 1 lies tlie creation of a iiiining   lain
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   is conteinl.-d that our   assavmg mid 1
divided ihe neighboring lepniilic Into minting a-e done for us now at actual M, ^ "W'""U""M '» ' '""">
two hostile camps for the past live or Lost, and tbst It would entail a mater- J»Tto« 8Pecial ch"8e "f n
six years. It is reasonable to conclude ; ial and unnecessary burden of expense i ""-'',""' mining interests,
that if uur neighbors had „„t fought i ,„ do lbe work locally. Against this r**at since the year lWi the tr
two presidential campaigns oo coinage we bave the pride, and perhaps the. !ince °f .J1'* (""", \"' '
and crreticv    issues   the     proposal prestige of a Canadian  mint,  with duced in gold, silver, lead and cop;
ii, ...   i ,•    i   I      ,  ,      i    , ii    .       ,   values amounting lu &»,.<M, I.i].
would  have   atliacied  coinpanilivelv , surh local advantages as would attend i    .._,       , ,        » ,.,-
i-..i     .. •   #.       i       m      i-   ii      . ,»,,,,,• Ihal the average value of 18u,
little attention in Canada.   Mr.  rield-  the sale of   gold m Canadian cities, , ,,.„,,
,     , .    ., i ,. ,,     _, . i I ins of ore pro lined in K ossland ea
ing s project bears no   relation to 111" ' The uueslton mav assume an exagger*   , r   „,_
V       i r ..     n i. j u. I. /  ,     last year was $18 per tnu,
coinage i-sues  of the   Cut's] states,   jite.l   importance    on account  of lhe      „_,       , ...,,-,,
,       ,     .. ,  , ,. j    ... "Thai the tonnage..t the Bound
and need not be regarded as a serious \ imiirnitiule of lhe currencv issue m the   .... . ,
, , ,.",.,.-,..,.. .  district is at presenl estimated at
departure nr change in our currencv . (_ nited States, hul the  project as set, '        . ,
,  '. ,   .        ,     .,?, 1;,,,.,    „ ....      ,       IWO  tons  of ore   in  round   niimi
legislation.   Il will leave our cm reney : forth by the Hnance minister involves i    ,.,       .,, ,   ,,     ,
.    . i.u      ii j ii   i   i ■ ! whicli   will   proliably   he  quadru
as lt lsut present, and the gold assaved   no radical change i ir currency sys- ,   ^^^^^"^^
.     •    .    mu   ii                        ,   .              ..,          ,.■,,. ' within the next vear.
and coined will find its present mallet 11em.     We would still have        ^^^^^™
(KM
l'<
y^™*^" Seventh
CIVIL   ENQINECR
OU, lillEPSWOOD.
, RICKARDS & CO.,
I^Ctll  E8tl\tC
L. E. SALTER, PROPRIETOR.
A new building, well furnishe.1. Everything new
and first-class. Only the choicest Wines, Liquors
and Cigars kept in stock. Headquarters for Mining
and Commercial Men.
i SMITH,
TONSOmM. xtATItlT*
ItH-U- Shave. Hair Cut, ihatroata
m. .nil  »l tin   almve P,r'or'
mi  Mill groWl'l.
fcTRKKT,  ■      • MIDWAY. 11. C.
W. lULUYMPLR
pwrmA     ^^^^^^^^^^
I'AIUVIKW, B.0.
I  or  Itepalrlns.   HorMihosIni
A  -pi-flally.
FAIRVIEW
Commercial and Mining men should  put up
at the Fairview Hotel
GREER HOTEL .
kio   I'll or BOCK t'HKKK
hltt.__,clx*lar_k.   B
fa.. AoooxHoniTira roa Ouiwt*.
■good stabling
I Klshilll)llll Ketlle Klvor.J
GOOD ACCOMMODATION. EVERYTHING EXCELLENT
Q2o J. Sheehar,      •      -|      *     Proprietor.
___L
a paper
HOTEL
..   the arts »nd coniuierce, although
thnniKh different Channels.   Tl.i-ji-siy
nflice  «nd    the   mint   nre separate
schemes,   nol neeessjiiily contemporary, ihe former merely providing the
miner, meivhant or banker   wiih nu
official analysis of I he gold presented,
and alio with a pun-baser, the govern
ment  analyxiug    and   handling  the
inetiil nt cost,   That would give lhe
miner nr purchaser the full value of
th" prod net,    A  similar policy lm*
Ilium pursued in the handling of butter
in cold storage for ibe British market.
The  te-tu>u   of  fertilizers,  seeds nnd
vni-toils kinds of grain, fruit anil  vege
tables at the experimental farms is in
[Hoe with that policy.   In establishing
au assay . .die and handling the gold
lol the miners  wiihoin  any charge
other than the n.tujil uiillay nn jis-jiv-.
shipments and transfer the govern
ment would he doing in. more for mining than has lieen done I.y the federal
and provincial gov, rnmenl lines of in
diistry.
currency, redeemable in gold, issued
I.y Uie Dominion and by the chartered
hanks.
The Montreal "Witness" says : ''The
news will doubtless he gratifying to
ilv mining community, which will
prohahly lienelit. Western Australia's
experience seem to have heen thul the
presence of a mint in a country may
enhance the nuuket price of gold,
whether actually treated at lhe mint
or not, I.y reducing the cosl of iis disposal. In Australia the market price
I was raised al.ont 'i"> cents an nonce,
and .s the   value of th" gold   pto
duced in Astralia last year amount -ll <entativesof the Prnvimc
lo $79,000,OUO extra earnings of the j (:„h„,il,ia as heing the gre
"That th" development of cnal mi
ing along the Crow's Nest Pass ra
way. on Vancouver Island, and in t
eastern provinces, makes it, in .
opinion, necessary thai a great ind.
try, such as mining, should hue
•|. ■ ia) departmeni in the Governmi
of Canada. Be it therefore
"Resolved, Th it, in ih" opinion
this eting, the Gov. i nor Gener il
i council la1 petitioned t<. <■   "
i portfolio t" im ku   ■..
bureau, and thai  u  minisii r   o
charge thereof lie appoint. .1 and i
i in lhe opinion nl   Ihis meeting
minister shoulil he on
ul  Bi-I
e-l   ill
when in camp.
I iiiiiiiiigi'iiinniiiiiilylieiaii-i'of theeslal.
Ilishmenl of the mini would, according
to ihat calculation, be about $400,01)0
I,ist y.ar lhe value ot the goiil pr,.
<1 ii, .-.I in Canada amounted tu $21,0 fl,
1*11, the  sjiviug   upon   whirh   hy  tin
Australian calculation would be $100,- \~Z,' ~i ~Z.~ . ,'.,
  Manly, l'ml Wo
i»»).   The mint in Australia where the    ^^^^^■*^1*"
currency in common use is gold coin,
is run it a loss, and here, whec nnv
ordinary ttirri-ncy is paper, wecai    ■
expeel  to do Letter.    Thc Canadian
Bankers'     Association    In-    never
favored the establishment ot a mint, | fourth oi
and it may he taken for granted thnl
tlie Canadian taxpayer will nhjecl to'
he taxed to make u| any deficit in the
the cosl ..f working, which one would
suppose, however, could he avoided I v
upon lhe
reducing
■d m
A9f^999999999999999999999999999999999999999999*9l>9^
I - Midway Mea| Market -}
K. K. MATTHES, proprietor. \
gold  minted,  thus merely
Some what lhe miner's extra profit."
mint,  will
mparattve
The cost of running tlu*
'   it may here be added, hi
IAS. H. BUSH,
JERAL BLACKSMITH
HORSE SHOEING
A SPECIALTY.
ndt of work axtoutad to
Satisfaction of ouatomara.
At thl« establishment customers <U get choicest cuts of
BEBF. MUTTON. I-ORI^ and VEAl^
•   - _t€»_&*l*p**«»s*«%'boj&'> on -tl xm t^m.€.,xxxAmm,m   ■
Therefore Meats are ahv.'lys I'rrsh ;ind sweet     ('all aud get a good joint
for dinner i.w av.
■       TELEPHONE 311- H___i P. O. BOX 25.
ITY BAK'ERY,
*m St. Quintin, Prop.
I'l.AIS' AN'II KANCY
«, PASTRY, CAKES, ETC.
yiliini*  i-'i,-hI i-Iiimm.
xtttiwomh, Xld-ra;
and snow i;»st
iml be prepa
I'Cll
HOTEL.
I"- KKYES, Prop.
■tcconiinodatlon,
•-Mi l.iiiuoi'sandClgara.
First-Claiw Htabling.
ARMSTRONG B.C.
I**** i
11   111   *   mmmm   .    —
Fall is with us and Winter with iis colt'   ^^^^^^^
approaching.    So taki: time by
We have imported the latest
;ind Wraps at prices to suit ev
sizes we wil! order from our sain,
tnry at almost cost prices.
A large and selected stock of
Goods has arrived, comprising stliitings
and thc latest in Checks, Blisters      ' '
tlie lureloc
styles in Ladies' Jackets
"I'ylioily, and it' not suited in
titles direct from the manufac*
Fall and Winter Dress
in Self Colors, Plaids,
and Crepons, beautiful oat-
.ailit's
D. LKLMQN.
<U Walt) Maker,
''"iM'K.R SI-
GREENWOOD B.C.
-0-
nowT«i.,Pi,MyM„„,1,,
7J y"n "fn**** «•"••
*•"• cort.cily,  ,
terns.    Full assortment of
Heavy Wool Underwear.
Now is tlie time lo buy your
cold of winter catches you. \\ e
Overcoats, Caps, Cloves and M
on^ of the largest m
K;;i"^;:i':™nS»?|,^f.H»e'.i ■*.	
be sure to get quality asordcrec
Full assortment of Men's Winter Underwear
Shoes, Groceries, Hardwar^ and Miners
HAIN  & CO., General Merchants
POSTOFFICE STORE, MIDWAY.
Tbisiiuiy be regarded ;is an extension of pili'inalisin, Imt it seems III
line with the tendencies of Ihe pn.- t
d.iy. li Is customary In use thecredil
and authority of governments lo further various departments of individual
effort, Ai present th" gold from Ihe
Yuk ui Territory, as well as thai fnun
', Ala-kji. i* t .k"ii to s. uttle, where the
United States authorities hive estah-
■ iislu-d au assay oilii,-.  This naturally making the cost* a charge
brings a large amount of trade to the ^^^^
j merchants of that cltv,   Iti estimated
thai aliout .siT.iMi.umi in gold wus disposed uf in Seattle last year.   If  an
assay nCBca is established In Victoria
or Vancouver a large |uirt of thi* tt-ads
will In' diverted tu the favored city,
While the miner, merchant or other
handler of gold may fare jis well al
I Seattle as be would at  a Canadian
assay  oilii.-, the attendant trad.- in
miners'supplies is an Imporianl con-
j lideratinn in favor of Mr. Fielding's
proposal,   An  assay olliui' is nol  all
extensive affair, and it ininlit be postb
,I tile to siitisfy tin- claims of ln>th the
rival coast cities,   An .illiic initflit Jilso
be established al  Toronto or some
other Ontario point for handling ihe
gold of the ijiki' Siip.'i'i.u mines, and
Mat Itlme Provinces miRhl also In
.il producing province ul i
being at present nnrepresi
cabinet,"
Mayor Lloyd A. Manly vmis in|
chair and speeches were delivert-t
i II. A. Dickson, Frank Sears, Jnh
^^^^^^^^ 1..P. Ivk-
A.J Blooiudeld,AldermanMcCallu
Kev, J. 11. lioi'i'itsoti and Dr. Sui;
Sn i li.
 *——
PLACER  EXCITEMENT.
Nearly
tin'
t lie
|l hy
A.
io,
iley
 kluly  Creek
Staked.
Lively and general interest 1ms
' v iti .1 by tin- unexpected disr.
. f new placer diggings on Fom
i July creek, ahout ;i mile ttoui Ni
\\ ash., uinl reports are tbat thei
i heen quite a stampede to the
i'i ->iii Grand Forks and other ps
tlie neighborhood.
The latest news frnui the seen
Iv snuil
re xre ouue. , 	
ml any deduction madtHu|the pl|lce| gold exclteuienl on Bl
lid fm
respect therenf from the price pi
gold would need to he a very low pi j
rentage Indeed,
 —se*	
A A\0i,T DARINU HOLDUP.
nasked  Hen Tied  .Storekeeper and
Touk His Muney.
the .miiiumo*.......—
benefitted l>y an official assay. Tins
policy of aiding the miner In the dis*
iHilof his products has been carried
\ niu
;, die value
minen, In
Misses' and
Children':
Furs before thc penetrating
|-llVe Wombat and Cooney
itts.   We also are agents for
Cloaks, Capennes. Collars,
on hand,
SuppllM-
out on a comprehensive scale In Au
tralia.   Tin- miners have an official
assayer to determine the exact
of their dust,   In the opal  mini'
official is retained lo declare
of every stone, so that the
negotiating with the buyers, bave n
full kmnvledgi' of their wares.   .)usi
bow far the Dominion should pnrsue
that policy is a matter to he determined by future experience.
The establishment of a branch of the
Imperial mint is a project not necas-
saiiiy with the ..tlliijil assaying of
ild. One of lhe questions involved is
relative advantage of exporting
tlie purchased gold In the form of
stamped Inn's or lliitisli sovereigns.
When it was proposed tu coin Cana-
ivereigns or Canadian Hve and
loins there was the objection
nl world offered no
circulation of such
money, and the expense of recninlng
in London or Philadelphia would necessarily fall on lbe Oanadlan Unvern*
ment or the Oanadiau miners, Bui
blishineiil of a  hiinu'li  of lhe
a ti.different proposition,
in Austral!)
of July  creek  continues
Both Bides of the creek have
-lakeii throughout iis entire lei
American territory, us well as c
eiahle ground on lhe Oinadijii
Several citizens of Grand fork
located claims,   luck  Hue and
Donald   were  fttliong   the   sue
gold seekers.   They exhibited i
^^^^^^^^^^^^_^   small
A holdup happened under rather pe-    Must uf the locations  havt
culiar    I'lieuiiisijiiues   ai    Republic, made just south uf the intern
Wash., recently.   William McFarland , houndary   liir
and Lee Wilson have ll fruit and vege
table store ai the corner of Clark ave
une and sixth street,   They dosed n\
their place of husiness ahoul ll p. m,
and about 12:15 McFarland returned t i sii u cubic jar.I
tbestore, He entered at the rear dom-,     '■'—-ii> >>* .1
which be found unlocked,   This di.l
not  surprise him. jis lie supposed
hi* p.inner was in the
left lhe door unlocked,   L'pnn
Ing he w.is confronted by tw
Bt,   P.   Hoi-i]
United stales customs officei
son, says thai nuggets valued
had I u found on one of the
.mil lhat ih" pay dirt went as Ij
i Iml
, house and had
Tl
ni.isk.
\ oi de
men with pistols in hand
ed him to throw up his hands, which
did,   Tbey  •.venl through
obtaining ,*?'_•.   They in-
loth in his mouth an.l tied
over this a handkerchief,  They then
hnuds behind him nn.l forced
. jurth of July ereek risos
llonnil.u y districl nnd drains ji
ihe eastern watershed hetweei
duy creek an.l Kettle nver,
«as kiioi'ii to exi-i along thi
OU both sides of llu' line, and
claims have frequently leen lu.
he quickly
l,i» pockets,
serted u cli
tied his
Ium to lhe
feet on
uisIhe
go
lhe
dian i
len dollar ci
that the comnierctH
opening
for lhc
thccsUl
Imperial mini l«
,•„,. it would coin, w i
tb
floor, and lied hi
! each side of a post that sup|
roof ,1 the building, and lefl.
Mr. Wilson returned ahoul 15 minutes laler and found McFnrland ji*
described, II" came none too soon, iijj
McFarland was almosl strangled ami
could have lived bul a few minutes
longer, ll is tho mosl during deed
that has ever been committed in Republic.  The location of the liullding, j	
Is the most puhlloone In the city,   It j Franklin and Oloucester cani||
is within 50 feet ofa saloou and hll* ,arRB ,!udlp8 of,°* BM(1 Ul8h fj
are being opennl up,   Tlu
Hard hull nnd on tho oiuio-ite side ol .,   .   ... ,.        ,, _i
1 ' ure U. A. DlCkSOn, lieiirge  r
Click jueiuie nre two or three saloons | Spraggett, K. K. Bilpln, A.\\
and an all night restaurant
the pasl, they have inv.ui .1
abandoned,   It was thorough
pected during the hig placer
ment on Kock and Boundary ci
the etrlj sixties.
A New Railroad.
.   Application will be  made
I llrilisli Oolumhla Legislature tl
porate a company for the pit
constructing  a railway fron
Forks to ilie i iii  of Nagl
via the valleys of Ihe norlb
Kettle River to east fork of ij
and Summit and and Nagle i
distance of abuitl i'i miles,
jecled   railway   is designed
[■red Wollaston nnd J.
A.i
- h
All
been
very
lb of
oil.
has
h.TKJ
ttsof
snys
until
Sled.
heen
ith un
ui nl-
. side.
j have
Tom
essful
everal
lion il
leneau,
i Nel-
sl 26
I liiii.-.
igh as
n   Ibe
part of
Boun*
Gold
tre.lill
|tll 'Huh
ated in
v been
y  pros-
excite*
eeks ill
to   the
ill lucor*
fpose nf
Grand
Ore. k
folk of
ie saine.
reeks, n
lhe pro-
to lap
is, where
ail '■
IppllcAlltl
user. !'-.
. Fraser,
ri ell. C. M. 0R0U8K MANAI1KH
Hublislied   weekly   at. MNwuy,   U. C.
Subscription Price, ti.Hl per annum, payabl-j
in advance,either -early or half-yearly al the
option of the siiii'-iTilier.
Advertising Knit's sent on application.
MONDAY. DEOBMBEB 17, lflUH.
Lord Roberts advises the English to
be kind tn the Boers. The woist of
this man De Wet. is that he will nut
come round and give people a chance
to be kind lo him.
Banchersivill welcome ihe announce*
ment from Ottawa that, the government has it in contemplation to do
something for the egg and poultry
business of British Columbia. Tliere is
money in the suggestion.
Labor men in this constituency will
find,food for thought in lhe following
extract from Ihe Winnipeg Tribune :
"Mr. Puttee did all that was possible
at this distance to help Mr. Foley. Bui
where was Ralph Smith, the British
Ooiumbia labor leader P Hn was not
in Nanaimo or Vancouver Island, his
own home. He was taking part in the
elections. But he was not helping Mr.
Folev. While Mr. Sifton wns working to defeat the Labor candidate in
Yale-Cariboo, Ralph Smith was working in the very next constituency to
elect, Mr. Siftou's candidate. As a
Labor represenlative in Parliament We
fancy Mr. Smith will be much more
useful to Mr. Siflon than to thc Labor
party."  	
in mining circles, among wlucn may
he mentioned the reorganization of
the Winnipeg company, the purchase
by the Guoderhaiii-Blnckstnck syndi
late of the controlling interest in the
Fairview corporation, tbe resumption
of work mi the Dominion Copper company's properties in Phoenix camp, the
sale of lhe Greyhound and other properties to the Standard (/'upper company, Ihe tlnal payment on the Onriiii.
and the bonding of the Butcher Boy
group. The Granhy smelter is working to its full capnuity, the Anaconda
and Boundary Falls smelters are progressing rapidly with their construction and will lie blown in before long,
and now it is reported that two more
Binelters are to he erected—one by the
Doniinion Copper oompany and one by
the company controlling the B. 0,
mine in Summit camp. All ibis goes
to show that the Importance of the
lloiiiulary us a mining country is being
established and is a matter for congratulation to those who have placed
their faith in this section. It is not
known at present just where the two
last named smellers will he located.
This activity can only mean that
still belter times are in store for the
cities and towns throughout the Boundary, in which prosperity we nre sure
Midway will receive her share.
The Nelson Tribune contributes tin
following campaign story ; "Two pol
ling placpB went solid for Galliher
Wardner, in East Kootenay, and the
150-Mile, in Cariboo. A story is in
circulation thul lhe result at the 150-
Mile was brought in this way : The
electors of the locality decided to vote
as a unit, The vote was a jackpot, to
be played for. Each parly selected
their most expert poker player and
game was started with 20 chips in
front of each player. Tlie player whn
represented candidate Galliher wns
the lucky or lhe mine expert, and he
won, and Galliher got 45 solid voles as
the result, every elector living up to
Ihe agreement. Al Wardner, the only
votets were the deputy returning
officer nnd hi.s clerk, and they couldn't
vole against Gallihei without being
found OUI,"
The Nelson Miner, in the following
article, suggests something that would
he found of great convenience if carried
out:
The two flags will never merge, but
in other respects Canada and the
United states are as intimate in their
social and business relations as it is
possible to he, with a necessary customs barrier bet ween. The interchange
of letters is almost as great as between two of our own Provinces.
Would it not be possible, in consideration of Ihis fact, to arrange for an
interchange of postage Stamps? I1 is
frequently necessary lo enclose n
stamp for reply, and In each cnunliy
it is nnt always possible to obtain a
6tamp of the other. Why should
there not he reciprocity in their use?
There may-be objections that do not
appear on the surface, but unless entirely insurmountable it would he a
great convenience if the postal author4
ites of the two countries could arrange
for the mutual exchange of stamps on
letters passing from one to the other.
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}    MINING NOTES.   J
Work on the No. 7 mine, in Central
can.p, will be resumed this week.
At the Mother Lode mine the 35*
drill compressor is being installed and
also the large hoisting engine.
At Phoenix the Knob Hill and
Old Ironsides are sending out 000 tons
daily nnd are ready to increase this
amount as soon as the capacity of the
smelter is increased.
The Html payment on Ihe Carmi,
amounting to $23,000, was on Monday
last paid to .las. Dale and .Ins. Kerr,
by E. H. Thruston. The pioperty has
been worked all summer, and as soon
as the sleigh roail is completed to connect with lhe wagon road up the West
Fotk, regular shipments of ore will lie
made.
An important mining deal took place
on Thursday when Jas. Ken and Jas.
Dale bonded the Butcher Boy group,
consisting of the Butcher Boy, No. 3,
No. 0, No. 2 fraction and May, to Geo.
Sonneinan of Spokane, for $100,00),
payment to be made witbiu one year.
Tbese claims surround the Carmi and
will be systematically developed.
The wagon road from Penticton to
the Nickle Plate mine has been completed and tbe company are getting
ready to haul in the first, instalment of
the machinery, As soon as the plant
is installed a large force will he
worked. The outlook for the next
year iu the camp is exceptionally good,
as airangemeuls have lieen made for
t he active development of a number of
properties.
It. E. Menary, of Keremeos, formerly
of Midway, made a very rich lind just
after the first rains in the fall. The
water caused a small flood and washed
the alluvial off the ledge across tbe
roud from Mcnaiy's house. He found
the ledge and put a shot in it, and this
blew out some ore wbich is of very
high grade, it fairly glitters with
free gold of about the quarter the size
of a pea. A picked sample when
assayed went $21,000 to the too. He
is now developing his And and is certain that he hns a fortune In sight.
News of importance has been received at the office of the Waterloo
from the superintendent. A careful
sampliug of theledgein the winze 10
feel below the drift gave an assay of
$23 20 in gold, and picked samples
taken at different depths in the winze
gave $388. The importance of this result is iho fart tlmt it pioves that the
values are Increasing with depth, as
they did in the Cariboo, the big mine
of Camp McKinney, in which the
Waterloo is located. A careful sample
across Ihe full face two feet below the
A Christmas Tree Entertainment will be held in
TERRY'S NEW HALL
-ON-
Friday, lee. 28th
ex-
j\T 7.3O O'CLOCK.
Friends and parents art
pected to provide presents for
the tree.
The Managing Committee
will provide candies, nuts and
oranges.
A basket supper will be provided.
A good programme, consisting of musical and literary
numbers, will be rendered.
The Midway Band will be
in attendance.
Rev. R. P. Murray wil'
eupy the chair.
oc-
Bureau of Provincial Information
IN ORDKIt that thc (inveriuni'iil inny be In
poasenton of liotliiiip Information wiili
which to supply those seeking lavestments In
this 1'rovlnue, 1 am Instructed to Invliii pnrtlu-
ulars from those who havo properties for sale,
unit who mny feel disposed n. furwar.l aic-li
particulars to this olltcu for the purpose in
question.
In view of tho propose! early re-organisation
of the Aifcni General's Office In London. Sag-
land, the desirability of huviiiKon filen li-i of
farms ami other properties "or -ale. with hill
nml accurate derails, is obvious. Properties
sutimitteil may include funis and farm lands,
industrial or commercial onncerns, Umber limits, water powers, nr other enterprises jitlbrdiu^
opportunities for legitimate investment.
It is not proposed Io rei-iiinnlend priilier! ies to
ililemlllK Investor*', hill tO lllii.nl lhe fullest ae
cess to tho classiticd Hats and all available Information connected therewith, and to place
emiiitrcrs in communication with the u-viirn-.
Thofullost part Iculars arc desired not ci.lv of
thc properties themselves, lull of lho localities
in which they aro situated, and lho conduions
atTeotinif them. Kor this purpose primed
schedules will, upon application, bo forwarded
lo those desirous of making s.iles.
Jp It. K. BOSS ELI*
Secretary Bureau of I'm-im-inl Inforinatioii.
NADKN-FLOOD
BLOCK   *   GREENWOOD.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
and
Soo Line
still cu uii 11 nc toppoifitQ
First-Class Sleepers
On nil trains from
Revelstoke & Kootenay Landing
Also Tourist I'lH'H |»ii**1iik 1'iltuiuire.Inn.'-
tion dally for si, rani; Satnrdaya lot Moa
treal and Boston ; Mondays and Tliandays for
Toronto, snine ears pa_ Revelsloko Gift daj
earlier,
No trinilile to i|tiole rales and jlvo you ix
pointer regarding tho Ku-lini irlp you run-
templets taking,
Fall and Winter iichedule now
effective.
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One Block West of Customs
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Off
ice,
■3&   This is :i tirst-t'lass building, being hard
!$   finished throughout.   The dining room
SB   $   is run under the personal supervision
§}   (§   of Mrs. Growell, and is supplied wiih
_}   <_?   ©   ihe best mi the market.   Choi,
@   <§}   _}   of Wines, Liquors and ( i;
$  $   bar.     Urge   Stable   i,,
3 |
§
' Muck t
rs at ;y
connect;,]
The
Patronage of the Public is Solii
Satisfaction Qusranteui).
Ktiil
and
I'm ti'iie Iaii!
.■all on oraddrea
Midway, or
B, J. riiYI.K.
A.ti.1*. A.,
Vnneiiincr, 11. ('
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v. r.
i and full Information
Met I U.V,  Aa.-nl.
WiF.'-KDVfUOM.
I'.  1*.  A.
Nelaon. B.C,
^-m9*m*»*»-m-i*i->*»*»»3
I Try a Bettle of *
I SYRUP CF WHITE PINE
TAR COMPOUND
For that Cough of y*>uri.
it) *
1 Christmas Numbers of
■»   THE TORONTO GLOBE    .
% are now on hand. |
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Boundary Creek Licence Distriet
Application for Liquor Licence.
NOTICK l* horchy kIyen that the iindermnn-
tinned hnve applied to tho Hoard of Lieen-
cing CommiwdonerJ* of the tlouiidnrr t'reek
Licence DUtriet ut their next Hitting, for licenses to sell Honor* hy retail on tho nrenii-eii
named, lieRfunlng on the 1st dav of .liuuiary,
1801. .-Jiiiil next tilMing of the Hoard will bc
held on .Saturday. 15th day of Deoomber, Willi,
at 11 o'clock in too forenoon, at the court house,
Orand Forks, 11.0,
John Albi, Cniiiinerrliil Hotel, Miilway,
I. A. MN8M0RF,
5r
Chief Licence Inspector.
Observers of tlie great happenings
on tho stage of Europe hardly know
whet her to olaie ex-President Kruger s
advent liefore lhe footlights nseoin".ly
or tragedy. The spectacle of the mun
nt, whose dour may he laid the ii-i-t'iit
misfortunes of the South African
Dutch being feled and rhpcrei! in I'nris
might he called amusing were it not
for the fjiet that it Indicates only too
plainly that the anti-British feeling i*
steadily growing in France which fact
can only prove detrimental to the
Fronthnation, ThefoslIdiotts Monsieur
would probably placet loin Paul a ng       __________________________________________________________m
the unlettered and nnwaebed, but fori drift give $18.20.   It is thus considered
»
the present is pleased lo mount him on
n pedeBtal nn.l hold him up to the gaze
nf the world as a victim of the. encroaching Britisher. We may suppose,
however, that before thin was dune
the old Boer must have nt least consented to forego his umial custom and
appear in the white collar and necktie
of civilization. On the occasion of his
call upon the Binperor of Germany be
was politely Informed that the one he
sought wns not at home—to visitors of
lhat description.at least. No matter
if his private sympathies were with
the South African, the Kaiser's know
ledge of statesmanship told him that
he cnild show il. to hot ter advantage
by leaving Mr. Kruger very much to
his own devices, as he prohahly saw
that citizens of the Transvaal would
he mnch better off under Brtllsh rule.
The result was that Oom I'aul got tlie
marble heart, awl wits forced to trek
to other parts of the continent where
rulers were found who could he taker,
in hy his little confidence game.
tmas
J. A.
Unsworth,
Druggist,
|  nidway. *
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S. A. CROWELL,  PROPlUETiJ
The Riverside Hot
V:
|i situated al  Rnqk Oreek, B.U.,  nn   the  main mi	
between lVntii'lou   .nil .ill II I.nv ( i.ek  |iullil«.   Kb
place for st .»;• »,
Good Fishing -:- Good Hunting' -:- Bestof'Accom
niMlatioi
. X.waasmaxaa,   Pmprlolur.
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COSTERTON
VKllSON H.C
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Atfmxx-t.  _Po__smmr.
Thr Koyai. Insuiianck OUT.
Thk London and I.a.ncahhirk Fibk
Insuiianck (Joy. -
Thk Insuhanck Coy. of Noicth
Amkbica.
Thk London and Canadian Fihk
Insuranck Coy.
Thk &un Likk Ahsukanck Coy or
Canada.
Thf. Dominion Bviuhnii and Loan
Association.
Appraiser for thk Canada Permanent Loan and Sa visum Ooy
For a nice flavored  Christmas Cake try
Property holders throughout the
Boundary dislrlcl mav well feel pleased witli tbe recent deals in mining
properties, and Ihe evident belief
among Capitalists that no lietter opportunity to invesl I heir money could
befouwl t'r'ii ilmi offered hy thiss«c
liou j-.' ir. \. nix '■    ';.:.:  n   '.-.-' ■;  ihjij
assured ihat the payshool, on which
most of the work in thc mine has lieen
done above Ihe drift, continues at
deptli and impiovesas it goes down.
The assays represent a width of eight
feet, so lhat there is proof that thc
body of ore is large. Much of the ore
that was sloped from ahove. the drift
did not average over $12. The Cariboo
paid iis iirsi dividends on $12 ore, so
that the high values secured in the
winze are considered mcellent. It is
stated lhat this last result hns heen
found so satisfactory that the company feels justified in sinking a working shaft in the stope over the winze
and in conlinning Ihis working shaft
to at least 10U feet depth below lhe
drift, At present the work is done
from tlie old shaft sumo distance from
I lie present workings. In the mean,
i iino mote work will be done in tin
winze to further prove lhe payshoof.
'the lust sample was taken on Decern
her 1.
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Midway Malt Service.
Mails close for all points east ill LIKI
p. m. daily, nnd for all points wesl al
8 p. in., Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays.
Mails arrive from all points east at
4:10 p. m. daily, and from all pnints
west al, 2 p. m., Wednesdays, Fridays
nnd Sundays.
Vtonev order* and Rcjlntrnthin rinse
ll    I  ute* '.. I ue  ie lime,
A large
ceived.
assortment just re-
Wm, St. Quintin.
8510 REWARD.
THK abovo reward will ht. gtvm to nny wr-
■On giving iiifiHtnalton thnt will k»<l (O
tbo rocovory (,f q ftM*_rtUon uruy marc, ool
branded, .welling on right lilnaleg In fetlock
joint, whtotl -iiiiyi'il or wai stolen fnun A. K.
itorndge^i range- near Mi<iwny, on or about
Nnv. 2nd,
21!      A. K. HOimilKiK, Midway, B. ('
NOTICES
NOTIOK l* hereby glvon tlmt BppHoolInn
will be mode to tin- Lwtilativo Amouibly
of the Provinoe of Brftixfa Ooiumbia al Ma nexi
Benton for a Private Hill to Incorporate a Coi
puny to huild, equip, nmlnlnin and Operate
line <>r Hum of railway of standard v,nnup fnun
a poinl al or near tin* fn net ion of i In* I'oli I Water
and Nicola Rivers, tbenoe following the Cold
Wotor river up rtream about _2 rollee, thence
runninir pii-tcrlv tlnntiifli i\ natural paw from
the Oomwater tUvor to toe divide to lho Wesl
Kurk of the Ottor River, thonco 'lown tin
West Kork of the Ottor River to tho mam river,
thence following the Otter Rivor to (Injunction wiih tbo Tullameen ftivor to Otter Flat,
tbcnco following tbe Tullameen Ettverdown
Rtream to iin Junction with the Similkameen
Kiver ni. or near Princeton, oroeanaltarnatit e
route from tho said juijntton of tbe Cold VVator
nml Nicola Stivers following tho valley of the
Niroiu Riter to Nicola Lake, thonce along the
South shore of tbo nald Nicola take to Q_U<
choim Creek, thonco following tho valley of
Uiillchcmv Crook to ihe divide of One Mile or
Graveyard Creek. Lhenco down the valloy-of
One Mlli; nr Gravnyard Creek lo rMnootoii nt
tiie.iuiieiionof tho Tullameen and Mlmtlkameen
Rlvors nfiireaaifl, thonco frmn Prinootou following down lhe valloy Of ihesiiilSimilkiiuieen
Itiver ion point WchI of Osoyojl Lnk-
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The Lancashire House, Midwuy.
This Ih h popular hotel, nnd is u ^ood
(tpcniliK fop a HrHt c:1khh hotel iuai).
The furniture can he purchased reaaon-
ably, PosseHBion given Docembev 1st.
Fop terntH, etc., apply to
Tub IWidway (Jompany, Ltd.,
[ Miilway, It ('.
tie River to tho viUeyofthoKottle Rtver.thm.oe
following Hm Kettle Itiver down Stream to the
Town of .Midwnv- thenee froUJ the Kiild Town
of Midway along the valley of the Hoiindur.
Creek to tne City of Oreenwood, and from the
HttldCllyof (ireenwood In n Southeasterly dl*
rectlon to tho City of Grand Forks i with power
io construct, operate nnd timlnuiu branch
linen lo Aspen Cwovo Camp, to the Tullnmeoii
Iltver Camps, and to Copper and Kennedy
Mountain* and other points, and with power to
construct, operate and maintain all nooessary
bridge*!, roans, ways and ferries, and to construct, acquire, own and maintain wharves and
dooks in oonnoation Lnorewith, and to oon-
itruor> own. aoquiro- eduip iuid niainiaiu steam
nml olher ve.H<«ds and hoatx and operate llm
snmo ou any na\igahle wateiM, and to aon<
struct, oporate and inaluiatn telegraph and
telephone Hm.« along the routes of said railway
nnd its branahos or in connootion thorowith,
and to trnn.Miilt me-irtigi -i for conimerclnl pur
posei and in Collect IoIIh therefor, and In gen-
eruie eleetrielly nnd r-npply light, heal nml
power, nml lo acquire and rocolve frnm any
Unvcrnment ooTporation nr persons grunts of
land, mortey, bonuses, privileges or other assistance in aid of the eonsi met ion of Iho Com*
pnny's undeitnking, and lo eonmrt with and
enter into traffic or ollur iirrnugeineul>* wilh
railway, sleiunhoat, or olher companies, and
fnrull rights, powers and privileges necessary
in orlnejdental lo Um •>' »■•""■ ""•' •—   ~
pnrpost^^^^
Dated al Vancouver, R. 0
Novfltnbor, iiHHi,
W1LB0N
'M RdllathniM fm
promises ami for other
th-n 10th day of
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R. MEYERHOFFS
•**STI_E*«*
Carrying Her Hajesty's Hai
Will leave MIDWAV on ~     *
days and  Saturdays, at 8.30
CAMP McKINNEY tt 5 p.m
Returning will leave CAM
Sundays. Wednesdays and  Fri<
reaching MIDWAV at 1...
miction with the train (join
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The best nf mmmmmmtmrnmili n tor
the convanhMAoo  of  tho
travoliing pulitic.
R. MEYERH0FF, PROPRIETOR.
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LADNER'S,
BRITISH
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The  undersigned having
known  and   comfortable
patronage of all old customers and in
generally.
HKST URANUS OF   LKJU'ORSS
•
KiirnaiM'-liciitiMl nml oontforlabl.i
furnished  room*.
FIRST CLASS MEALS   WULL   SERVED.
Thos. D. Banbury, Proprietor.
The Boundary
...^IDWAY, B.C..
Strictly First-class Throughout,  Excell nt Acconw-0
ST,-A-I5**^^Xs2'£S''
Large Sample Boom for Commci
THOS. McAULEY,
Prof
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lown
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Mr
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iarr|-o.s,
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I,., i.  appointed
llt Myers <*i»*V
0-  vVustlirfdgf,
dor, wiih in town
(| ,Mt Thursday '<" hin
11 .ii"1
Mitiw.
III.,
Mi-
hotel
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s.
f the
T.   Liu*"'",
|in,k Cieek, WHIO ill
Ineuday.
| ,,•,,,,„.s.m iM In charge of
s,.|„,„i Iuti' <l«i»itiK Hi" M-
,,lr,„l,.M.-»''ll.'''-
wji^ down   trom
„1  spent WverAl
losull'le that ha
here tm- tbe
M
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w-uk, mi'
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■jiif
,lir reported outbreak of
1,11,. ^e Dominion
(ttorl I" I'1""'1' "
„ purlieu   v Ing horn
|.: ^ McAnleyhiu been
Blear »t UW*
li.-i'in.
I,,- .1"
fcunmutlne in
i .vv, weie
Mill..! out yes-
„,.,„ I., clear the  Irackl
^hc-rethe recent snow
'iui„|,. ili.'in   "1 ll   il"
,.„,„,* l.iinl,'ll'''f''''l,1,',T
l„ Midway no ittiot*
„naweald enjoylog ttne
ber.
|.|,„il,  nl KldM OW
0f ifiirniiiK wbern lbe
n'Midws) in laugbl bo«
iti Sawrd ■■  for Stephen-
I,,.,,. I,., uill partake of
turkey and pi  pudding
„ ..Hy   llll I    ,1'j'H'   il    ««'ll
In, Mi Mi I'll.iii will lulu.!!- weeks.
, Me-kcr, „f tbe t'. k W,
iff, I'. K., whu whs niiir
nland nn M*.iul»»y laM,
i.ri.l.'l.i Miilwity on Tluit-s-
ii routed II. T. Hodgson's
till'   I'.'IIH'I    Of    I *>l 111 H*I H' > III
|(.| ,\.'i I,   Tin- Midway
,1 mu mul wi'li'iiiniil Mr.
rikt-i Ki the town,
nr. Proi im inl [otpofltoT
11 n( Horn-ill iii-i'. WAS in
IVeilm -.I.. v invvettgatinga
«... where piirti.-*niii(l  Uu-
rk  ii'.i.i Ontario
ugttp "p.'ih in-]..*•-,■■■ 1 l.y
jur.    I''nr iifll I'.'in-
ihe niiulftllOUe tti" parties
.'■llc-   III   ill,'   p.. II lull   ,.(
iv i line  iiiip.Mi-il  by  lln
I' lu-i'-'i tup.
h.|.i in T.'iry'i hull mi WihI-
u u.i- a vi-ry i'iij.,y„l,I'll m, ing w.is p.'iiliiip a-
Ni'N.lir-i Hotel ai Hiiiiiinii Oily was
binned to tm* ground Urn Tbunday
lliglll.     Tbi"   l-i lli'itlllll  from  Ihi'  tire
wiih pliiinly • billde here, and attracted
iiimli niti'iitiiin. Tlm hotel wus one ..f
the fluent In the Bnbndnry country awl
Wan elegantly fitted up and furnished
and OQSt IQlllMbtng nv,-i' .$10,0.10. The
Un' started in llu' klli'lli-n mid It wuh
only by thn hardest kind of work ihai
tlm I'liiiie town wn- kept fi..in hum-
in-.'.     'I'll.'li'   wan   iiiHiiriini'i'    (ill   tin'
building in tin' extent of aboui $7,<iOii.
By a peduliar uidnoldeou*. tbe sgeni
win, lmd written the Insurnnoa was In
iin' imililiiiKnl.iin-1InietIn-Hiestarted.
A Ki.ni'k i.f liquors valued al something
like *:i,iMi li.nl been put in nnly a
short inui' before ihu lin- .unl n put'1 > I
thia wuh saved, Parties went over
from Bholt nml from the B.C, ami
oilier mining properties iii thai vicinity
in assist ln lighting ibe Bauiesi
Fire at Bolster.
Tbe Bolster assay offiee, o#ned h.
,1, c. Kohinson, was l.nrufid t,, tin-
ground lust week. The origin nf the
ll.e in nm khown, hoi It Is supposed to
bave lieen the explosion ,,f « Queen
stove, Counected wiih ibe assay
office was thn'family dwelling, which
alao burned with entire content*. Tbe
nnly article saved from theasuty ..Hi,-
wns Uw scales, used for weighing void,
There is n., lii-,- protection In lhe
town and it was only by tbe moat persistent efforts oa the pari ..I Ihe en.-
ui'iis that the balance of the town was
sjhi'iI.   Rie in,',,mil iie setftldbihmeni
,.f Han.ill.hi il Ni.'kl.- Was mosl in
dangelyasll stood near the burning
liullding. A iniekei hrlgada waa or
Hanized and every inM-ann In lown pm
forth their nesl efforts In esiingntah'
ixxg III" Ilie.   Nnl  nnly did III"  men
KkIii lhe, nut the wniii' » were nu' en
Diassesnd rendered muohvaluahleald,
There was no insurance on either the
liliildiilK or i nnl, ul-
Two Accidents at thc B. C.
Twn aecidi-m*.,,'ni-ed at tile  It,
mine lhe   lalt* I   t"H
neilhei   nf   whi.li
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few iiiiiiiii'lits afler In- had I n  taken
,.iii of the -.tmfi another woplufee wlm
ara« passing under tbe botal whiis it
was gniOg up. was Hlfill-K nil the   liea.l
liy il piece of niek wbich fell "If the
bolal when  inar the  lop*  and  wa.-
kii.ieked ii seni I le.
I'll" jjjti vieiin, suffered » broken
rili,   while  lln*  latter ej*ua(>e.l   Willi n !
na,liy battered head.    Al laat aiTiiiuili
, oil; were lining nil   ly.
llli
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nrniim.   The exeellelil  Iml
ti,led .,1 ( r.iw.'ir* hnlel add-
iii" pleasnra of the
O.ii.l  niii-i" wa-,   fm nihil-
idway urchesira, .,,„! the
wai inliispeiN.I wlih g<>.
tii" .11 id way band.
i "f c IV II. nfflclals,  In-
M ii|i..l". K'-neril siipetiu-
if iii" Pacific ,li,i*lnn of (.be
Paeldc railway ; ('. (Jaidiner
■ecreury    of   ihe    pilot
Vancouver: K VV, i'eters,
Kill iHj.'IH, ,,f Nelson ; I'apt
lip, -iii'"riiil"inlenl  for the
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-nl. ni eugineer, of Nelson ;
ni i-i, i i Imiiii- of the t'.
i ,.f Winnipeg, e.ame in liy
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inta lietween here and
lii'ii stay ner.' wai very
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i.-i.i huildings, eie., at. ihs
nl», ..nil also the pump
-•river hank, where Aliera-
"'""'iy i>een i le with ■
"iin; in Her Service,
' '""i"'" will he seen  the
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" "" Kriday evening, Deo,
I'aiiniH cninmllU'Si having
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Inehargs an
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u'< held iu Midway, and
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prepared to well omi ;ui and pr ,'idi ood accom-
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ASSETS, . . .
January ist, 1897
The Travellers Combination Ax cidenl Policy guarantees foracci,
uiuler nrdiniirv ronditioi -,
I
Ontario nines.
The rrpiii l nf 1 he Provincial llnre.111
nf Mines, just Issued, shows tbat iflil
niininu did Rot uiaks gr»sl Mrid
during tbe half ycm eodlngJuno. H«»t
The producl inh frntn iti, I"7 tons nl
ore (Tiudii'd   wn*.  W.Wtl nonces  VJilueii
ki *loii,»W in gold mid IUOiOOQ in
Kilvsr. The hilv.r minen vlmw .1 viel,l
0(86^000 ounces from 14,000 tun. of nre,
ihe money valuu being 151/100.   Nickel
mul rii|i|M>r nre 10 the mnnlinl nffT/.HI'S
Ions wm raised and I0B.0T8 ions on lhe
dump* smelted, yleldlnii 11883 ton« of
matte, estimated it> nickel at 1418,771
und 1,781 UiriS 1
IM).   The pig Lion i,iii|iii
Ions valued al  *61),2U0.    Tbe metal
products ef all soi-U for *i\ uionihi
wet. vhIiicI rn ;? t .:tTfci,iSr*7. or twoihirds
of the total of ISWt
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Notice.
The Oolutul in Jiiul Western Hnilwiiy
Oompany will apply to the I'srliameni
nl ('iiniulii ill il- nesi M's-unn for an
Aci assimilating its bonding patteis iu
respeol nf its railway and branch
lines wesi nl Midway to the powers
already uic-n in  respecl  of ii< lines
, struct**] Basl of thai point, extend'
Ing tlm iimi' » "inn wl,!, li n may enm
■iiet,• iK railways, arid authorising it
tn cnnsti'iicl niieli  hwnches fnun any
nf iis lines nui exceeding In uny one 1
osse thirty miles iu leu-itli as aie from j
working '"it'll j ti,„e in time nulli,ui/.c,l hy Ilie (iuvei-j
nor in Oounoll, and for other purposes,
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Lequime « Powers, Proprietors.
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Specified iu 1 In   L'liuii   (111 which thi  claim in
Cost $52 a vear  to  Professional   w "Iks
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If von lia\e lost
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attention!
country ii will be found.
TERMS   FOB
Shiftle horses delivnre.i In Midivaj
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THE
MIDWAY NEWS
DIP0T
THOMAS WALKER, Proprietor,
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Very Kare.
TIipic ii 11 liriuhl lll-vi'iir-nlil voiiiik*
thn in KitiiRin-, Ue,, who*." ninii bss a
(ml cl keeping Hn mtogrsph allium,
Some appreciative frivnd wrote npon
one |i«({(' ilu* quotation htujiflnlng,
"Whai is 8,1 rareas a duy in Jnn-* ? "ii..
The youngster In qurstlon was look*
inu nver llu' liuuk for 11 phue In I'm !
Ilia naini* mul imt iced tliis.     The lu'Xl
page was ramuit, and li" wrote, in the
linlil if siiini'whnt siT.gly I'liiriigriipliy
of youth; ih" nnswor as ba sniw It, "A
ChiniuiiiMi  will,  wluskcis," and then
Higni'd hi» name,
Applications   for Certificates of
Improvements.
Notions ailvi'i'iisi'd in thiswetk's
AiiVANCKarc those of 1
Whilii' Kiiixlir, Kruger Mountntn.
1'i'n.iii'k mul Headlight, Kruger
M.iiiiilnin.
Hin Bug, Oamp Moltinney.
Su-i", 1. iihvii'w.
Dmninion, Oamp Pairviow,
lloi'M'llv. t'liiup Mi'Kiiiiii'y.
SI. ,1 nim. Hi'avi'i'tiiu.
Idaho and Washington, Beaver
"i'1'k catnp.
Hi', id,'ill.il, t'junii Knii'vii'iv.
Al! the best brands of
Rig «pb nnd Tobaccos kept
oonstanlly on hand. (
{.^l.-isi    ' ades and pat- (
terns of Wall Paper now In
■took,
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for  slug, llne»
... nt rally  Inrsied nnd
(l„„d Bshlng in Ibo vicinity,
of liquors and oigaraaUhehar
A va-'ioty of the oholceat brands
SITUATEU AT	
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KOllNDAItV FALL8, B.C.
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Boundary  District-only
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Certificate   of  Improvements.
ISotlOB.
Susie Minkkai. Claim.
Situate In Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale
Ulstrict.  Where Loeatedi-At Fairvlew.
TAKK NOTICE Ilml I. Charles do BIols
Orson, an nifcnl lor (leonfe A. Dues*,
freo miner's oorUffloate No. BfllMll, intond,
sixtv dnvt, from the dale liuroof, lo apply
to 'lho Mining ltcronlcr fur a ci-rttHriiK-. of
Improvements, for llio purpose of obUinlnK
a Crown grant of lhc nbuvu claim.
Ami funlier lake hul ice thai action, under
section 37. must be couinieniJod before 'lie Issu-
unco of auuli cerllflcnle of improvement*.
Dated thin »th day cf August, 1900.
17c CHAS. iikB. OltKKN.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
Notice.
Dominion Minkhal Claim.
Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale district.    Where  located :-Camp
Fairview.
3-AKK NOTICK that I, Chaa. de B. Oreen.
as agenl for ihu Dominion Consolidated
In,'- Oo., froe miner's oortlfloato No, d39_3,
Intend, sixly days from ll„' dale hereof, lo
applv io I he Mining llerordcr for a ('erl itl.iit c
of Improvements, Mr the pnrposo of owmiinig
a Orown Qranl „f t lit- shove olalm.
And furlher take noliee Ihal action, under
notion :x"   must  bo commenced  before the
lssuanoe of each Cortlfloato of Improvements.
Haled Ihi* With day of September, IWO,
23,. CHAS. n»B. OBIBN.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
.  WOTIOB
Bio Bio Minkhal Claim.
Situate In the Kettle Biver Mining Division ot
Ysle District.   Where locatsd:-Camp
McKinney.
TAKK NOTICK Ihnt I. W. II. Norris. for
myself, froe miner's eertilleale No., BHI1S.
nnd a* agent for A. Megraw, free minerscerd-
llcate No. 08883, and Mrs. I. M. Macdonald, free
miner*cerlillcate No. lljSMlll,intend,« xlydnys
from thc date hereof, toapply tothe Mining Itecordor fm- a certitlcato ot improvementa. for ic
purpwe of oblaining a Cronn grant of tlie
above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must he commenced  before tho
Issuance nt such ccrtift, oto ,,f improrements.
Datod this 2lllh day of August, 1000.
1(ic Vf. H. NORMS,
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Beautifully stated at the eontaee of Boundary Creek and Kettle Bivep.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of   Improvements.
NOTIOB.
Mineral_Act 1896. |
Certificate of Improvements.
STOTIOB,
PEACOCK AND  IlKAUl.llUlT  MlXEllAL CLAIMS.
Situate in tho Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District Whore located : On Kruger Mountain.
T\KV. NOTICK that 1. Charles deBlois
' Ureen. as agent, for William Keller, free
miner's cerlllicato No. H.OT7. nnd for (leorge
Kngcl. free ininer's cerlillcate No. u;K*,
Intend   Blxty days from tho date hereof, lo
I Ot'cinESTAi. Minkhal Claim.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District. Whsrs located: Camp
Fairvlew.
J IKK NOTIOB Hull I. M. R Sadler, as agent
for ll. T. Shelton, free miners oertlncais
j>„. n9033T, lutend, OOdaya froni lbe date hereof,
to apply to the Mining Heoordor for a Corafloate
I uf Imppivenicnt*. for the purpose of obtaining
' a Crown (irnnt of lhe above claim.
1   And further lake noliee lhat nclion. under
Boatlon ;<7. mu*'   be oommeneod before lhc
issuance of such c, rlitlcate of linprovcmciila,
I    Dated thi- Jllst day it August, 19o0.
I      7c M. K. SAIII.KIt.
nnn.v to lhe Mining Heoorder for a Cerlillcate
of improvements, ior the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant nf the above culms.
And furlher lake notice that action under
seotlon 87 must bo oommeneod before the issuance of such Cerlillcate of Iinprovciiicnis.
Dated Ihis 17th day of July, 1900.
IHc CHAS. ueB. QKBBK.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements.
Notloo
St. .Iihin Minehal Claim.
Sltuato in the Kettle River Mining Division of j
Yale  District.   Where  located:  About
seven miles above Bo..,erton on the west
side oi heaver creek. j
TUCK NOTICK that I, Forbes M. Kerby. as ,
agent C,r Elmore Collier, free miner's cer-
litl.iiie Ko. BS8418, John O. Thompson, free |
miner's certificate Ko. BJ88S6, and Waller Barling, free minor's oortlflootc No, iiMflM. intend,
ski v days from the date hereof, lo apply lo.thc
Mining Recorder fur a Ccriitiniie _ Improve-
Stents forthe purpose of oblaining a Crown
rani of thc above olalm.
And funlicr lake noliee lhat aclion. under
section ill, must  be oommsnosd before the
lssuanoe of suoh i lorUflcate „f Improvementa.
Dated this 20th dny of November. HMO.
6c FORBES M KERBY.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of   Improvements.
STOTIOB.
Horsefly minehal claim.
Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District.   Where located:   Camp
Hedley.
TAKK NOTICK that I. ('has. deBlois Oreen.
ai audit fur V. H. Wollaslon, free miners
eertilleale No. B'-'li.sKI. and C. II. Arundell. free
miner's ccililleaie No. ii'.'S.sii.iiilend, sixty days
from lhc date hereof, lo apply lo the Mining
Recorder for a Cerlilleale of Improvements,
for lhc purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
the above claim.
And further lake notice Unit action, under
section 37, must la'coiiimcnced before lhc issuance nf such Cerlilicate of Improvements.
Dated this Ith day of November. 1900.
»c CHAS. dcHLOIS ORKKN.
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ILL BE The most imP°rtant railway town in the Kettle River Mining "lvlM,m
The Western Terminal and  Divisional point of the Columbia & Western Railway,
The Wholesale Supply and Manufacturing centre of the  Kettle River and l!,)Um
Creek Districts.
The distributing   point for   Upper   Kettle  River,  West   Fork   and Camp  McK
mining camps.
The nearest Railway town to  Republic   Meyers   Creek,   Palmer  Mountain and
Northern Washington mining camps,
leading residence town   in   the  country, with an excellent   climate, pure Mt,
supply and favorable sanitary conditions.
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.
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SKNH FOB MAPS, PRIOn AND Kt I.I. PARTICULARS TO
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A. M. WOVBNDBN, Secretary,
lit) St. Jul
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Kent for lliilisl, r
Midway, Hi
MINERAL ACT, 1896,    -
Oertiflcnte   of   Improvements.
NOTIOB.
Idaho ahd Washwoton Mineral Cuius.
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division of
Yale District.   Where located:  Beaver
Creek Camp.
TAKK NOTICE that. I, Forbes M. Kerby, as
aki'uI f..t The Boundary and Beaverton
Mining Oo., I.iuiitcil. non personal liability, froo
miners oertlfloato NoaBffiwO, Intend sixty days
from the dale hereof, lo apply to lhc Minim* Be-
cordorfcr a eertilleale of improvementa, for thc
purpose of (ibtaiiiing a Crown Grant of tho
above elaini.
And further lake noliee Ihal aetion, under
seotlon   57, must bo commenced before the
Issuance of such certillrale of improvement*.
Hated this :»tli da) of November, IWO.
7c KOB11KS SI. KKItllY.
W. H. WEBB,
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WAGON MD CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
**■♦•»
BepaiFiug
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly   and   Neatly
Executed.
__? ■ CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
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Spokane Falsi
Railwai C
Nelson k Ft SI
NOTICE OF FOHFEITUBE.
To C. A. Peterson, late of Kholt Creek In Yale
district:
Sir: You arc hereby notified lhat we have
expended ili&sn In labor and improvement*
up,,n the "Hig Windy" Mineral Olalm, situate
tn Provident* Camp, In the Kottlo ttivor Mining PI vision of Yalo District, in Hritish Columbia, in order to hold a lid claim under the provisions of *icc'.ion '.'I „f the Mineral Act. such
being tbe amount required lo l.oUl Ilie said
claim for the year ending April j',. 1901,
And if at Ibe expiration of ninety I'Jul days of
publimtion of this notice you fail or refuse to
coulributc your proportion of the expcndinn,'
required under said section 'Jl, together (villi
all posts „f jidver'ising. your interests in ssW
claim shall become vested in the subscribers
(vour co-owncrsi under Seotlon I of lhc ".Miner-
al Acl Amendment Aot, 1000."
Haled at Midway, 11. C, Ibis 10th dav of
December. 19110.
1I1UHLAND QUEEN 00N80UOATRD
MINIMI ANU MILLING OO,
0.1.. Tiiomf.t. Manager.
Ore ,1. A. I'nhwokth, Secretary.
LEE CHUNG
R.H.
Provincial Ltiud Surveyor.
XU/   Architect and
___.  Civil Engineer...
Financial,
EJeal Estate,
Insurance and
Mining Agent.
«M VOTARY    PUBLICMSi
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R. H. PARKINSON,
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MIDWAY, B. C
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Riverside Addition.
Just a Word!
To those contemplating an investment in Midway real estate, the information is
offered that on the Riverside Addition may be
found 300 very choice residence sites.
LOTS 50 x 125 FEET. PRICES
For terms and all other information apply to
W.H. NORRIS,        or        A. MEGRAW,
Midway, B.C Camp McKinney, B. C
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