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 1 Ht AUVAlNCfc.
VoL XII. No. II.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 15,  1900.
$2.00 per Year.
Hamster. Solicitor, Etc.
Orkknwood, B. C.
U   (IICHOLSON,
" ".'.;• -: Notary Public,
L ESTATE,
ff FINANCIAL AGENT
and MINING BROKER.
OKlNNEV, B.C.
>r. R. Mathison,
 : DENTIST.
PLOW BLOCK   •   OREENWOOD.
Hallett & Shaw
RRISTERS, SOLICITORS,
Neurits Public
Siliw-: "Il.tLi.KTT."
Dodki : 11 'iltonl MoSollI'*, Mowing Sc
Noal's, la-Hair's.
NWOOD. B.C.
JA8. SUTHERLAND,
.  . .   MIDWAY, aO.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
fcCSTOMH  BROKER,
COMMISSION AGENT.
oi •ntrlet pamd.   Mineral Aot
Wl Und Act wipers drawn up.   Affl-
fuken.  Abitrmeti made,
punieatlom by mall or telephone
r attended to.
•jMMItak
■ttmoaai
mm W. DALRYMPLE
I FAIRVIEW, B. C.
AH thtt or Repairing.   Honeihoelng
A special)-.
R. M. McGntlre.
Mines and
||- Real Estate.
Onoawood and Camp McKinney.
BOCK GREEK HOTEL . . .
ll MOUTH OF KOCK CIIKKK
WL   m*t X-hmwaeXmstfrttx,   VXgrws
fimtMJlAHB    ACCOMMODATION    KOH   GCKSTS
GOOD STABLING
cllert KiHhing nn Kotlie Hlx-er.jpt
AHMSTB01 HOTEL.
II. KEYES, Prop.
(Accommodation.
Best Liquors and Cigars.
First-Class Stabling
ARMSTRONG  B.C.
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Practical Watch Maker,
ICOPPKR   8T
GREENWOOD B.C,
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floed TeoU, Plenty Materiel,
land jo yen experience  to de
■Work correctly.   .  . .
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St Luke's Home...
A Private Hospital
and Nurses' Home.
Bppenheimer St., Vancouver.
j
Now is the Time
to buy your furs, winter
dry goods and clothing, medium
gents' furnishings.   We have taken
stock and find that last year's business warrants us to reduce the price on all the above
articles and we offer our patrons bargains in all.
There arc quite a few remnants in plain and fancy silks
and satins as well as dress goods, which- we wish to
clear.     This week we will show ladies' white
wear in chemises, nightgowns, skirts and
drawers, and make a special sale of
them during the month of
JANUARY.
mm
We have a full and complete stock in plain and fane)
Grocerii s at lowest possible prices. New consignment of
California Naval Oranges and Fancy Lemons at
HAIN & COS.,
Post Office Store,   -   -   Midway, B. C.
Medical.Surgical andMidwifcry eases
MmWed. Terms;- Private Rooms,
111 per week; Beds in Wards, $10
pot week.
JJurses sent, into the country nt the
Um) charges, telegrams receiving
inilMdiate attention.
All applications to he miiile tn
8I8TER FRANCES.
The Year's Progress.
Where Capital is Obtained
for Boundary  Creek
Enterprises.
| Hotel Spokane,
)^^ Seventh St. ^hidway.
n.riORAN, PROPRIETOR
-********-
A new building, well furnished. Everything new
and first-class. Only the choicest Wines, Liquors
and CigStrs kept in stock. Headquarters for Mining
and Commercial Men.
Ahead of tie Railroad....
THE MIDWAY TRADING CO.,
Is still to the front with a la< ^e
lock of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
CONTAINING
Dry Goods     Groceries      Crockery
Clothing      Blankets      Boot, and Shoes
Comforters   Carpets    Curtain Poles and Trimmings.
The Midway Trading Company, Ltd.,
J. R. JACOBS, Manager, Midway, B.C.
">ij**S
- Midway Meat Market - j
K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor.
At this establishment customers can get choicest cuts of
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL.
irte/n-Btoranthspvamlsaa -  - X
Therefore Meat* are always fresh and sweet    Cull uml get a good joint X
fur iliiuii'i' tn-iliiv. S
TELEPHONE 311* P. O. BOX 25.       5
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Is now open with a Stock of
CIGARS, FANCY GOODS,   ETC.
AU the Leading; Magazines Kept on Hand.
Circulating: Library in Connection.
Thos. Walker, Prop.
Seventh Street,
Midway. H.C.
A Gratifying- Retrospect and an
Encouraging- Prospect
The information givm in the two
contributions lately published will have
shown that there .ire now lietween
twenty and thirty mining properties
in the district under development at
least half of which give f.iir promise of
liecoming permaiieiitmines. The cap!
tal Ui maintain this development
comes some of it from within the limius
of the Dominion of Canada, some from
Great Britain and some from the
United Stutes. A gratifying feature
in the situation is that Kastern Canadian capitalists are exhibiting an increasing amount of coiilideuce in the
distrh t so are putting money iuto il.
This is especially noticeable as regards
the Province of Quebec, Montieul and
Eastern Townships men having acquired large interests iu the Bouudary
country and eiitcied upon au active
and vigorous policy of work with the
object of placing their respective industries upon a productive, self-sup
porting basis. Prominent among
those who have in a eiilinenly practical
manner demonstrated their Miff iu
the eventual continuous productiveness
oi this district ar* Mr. S. H. C. Miner,
of Granby,Quebec, and those associated
I with him in the several mining and
smelling enterprises that were muting
the Hrst to liring prominently before
nun. ..ed men in lhe K.t-si the promising character of the district as a suitable held for the investment of capital.
The Old Ironsides and Knob Hill Min
ing companies and the Granby Mining
and Smelting Company are the several
local enterprises these gentlemen are
chiefly interested in. Mr. Rufus Pope,
M. P., Mr. Wm. Farwell of the Eastern
Townships Hunk and Mr, F. P, Buck
of Sherbrooke, Que., ate other Eastern
men Interested in mining properties iu
Phoenix and Deadwood camps. The
companies in these camps
Controlled by Eastern Townships'
Capital
are the War Eagle and the Lulu and
Red Ruck, with other claims in Phoenix
rump, anil the Btickhoiu, having a
group in Deadwood coiup. The Gol-
i'. ntla group in Smith's camp has also
been acquired largely by Eastern
Townships men. The most i in por tan t
| holdings in tne distrlilt of Toronto men
are those of th - Dominion Copper
Company, owning the Brooklyn,Stem-
winder and other claims at Phoenix,
Messrs. Mackenzie, Mann and Holt
are understood to belargeshureholders
in this coinpaiiy. They are also interested in several claims in Summit
lamp, the hest known of which is the
Emilia, Montreal capital i.s well represented hy the B. C. Chartered Company controlled by Mr. Jas. Ross and
in which Messrs. Clarence J. McQuaig
and E.G. Rykert are also largely interested. This company owns the B. C.
mine, one of the most prominent and
promising thus far opened up in the
district. The Sunset group iu Dead-
wood camp, is also owned by a Montreal conipany, organized hy Mr, W,
L, Hogg, with Hon, Senator Ogilvie
among its larger shareholders. This
company, the Montreal Bouudary
Creek Mining Company, recently sold
100,000 shares of its treasury stock tn
au influential English syndicate. The
Gold Drop, in Phoenix camp, was
bought largely liy .Vi .n treal people
several years stnci. .New York is
represented by the Mother Lode group,
in Deadwood camp, owned by the
Briiish Columbia Copper Company, of
New York, and by the No, 7 group in
Central camp. The slock of the No. 7
Mining Company has not yet been put
ou the market, thc syndicate that
organized the conipany hating decided
Ui lirst prove that they have the milk
ings of a good mine and afterwards
sell sufllcieni stock Ui thoroughly
equip it and open it up, The best
known property that
English Capital Is Interested
in is the Jewel, in Long Lake cump.
It is satisfactory Io know lhat it is
very unlikely the English investors in
this mine will have cause tn regret
having put money into it. An English
syndicate is Uniting the money to
develop the Snowshoe, in Phoenix
camp, and will take up the bond on it
should the mine continue to open up
satisfactorily. English money, Uio,
has been put InUi the treasury of the
Boundary Creek Mining and Milling
Company for more than a year past
and with it the Uold Bug, one of this
company's claims, hns been developed
sufficiently to admit of two carloads of
high-grade ore heing sent to the
smelter for a hulk  lest of  its  value,
Spokane mining men still retain comparatively large interests in the district, though the mining camps of
Northern Washington have latterly
proved more attractive to some of
their number, The City nf Paris and
Majestic groups, in Central camp, are
understood Ul be hugely Spokane
companies, although it is probable
some of the chief shareholders in the
Granhy Company are also interested
in these. The Morrison mine, in Dead-
wood camp, has hitherto been controlled hy Spuk me ineu. Much Old
Ironsides and Knob Hill stock, too, is
held in Spokane, where also is the
head oflice of the company owning the
Last Chance, in Skylark camp. The
Cresent near the Last Chance and the
Republic group in Smith's camp are
Spokane owned properties as well,
although Eastern Canadian capital is
heing introduced to further develop
the latter. The Oru Denoro and the
Itathiiiullen group, in Summit camp,
are Rossland properties. The head
office of the Brandon and Golden
Crown Company is ill Rossland, bul
there is a goodly proportion of the
sUick held in Brandon, Man., and iu
this district. There are several large
holders of stock in the Winnipeg,
Wellington camp, resident in North
Dakota. The Enterprise and Anchor
have Toronto men interested in them,
and the Norfolk, in Central camp, is
11.tiled hy the Loudon and Briiish Columbia Goldtlelds, Ltd. Mention has
already been made of the fact that
Eastern Canadian money is iu the
Granby smelter now being erected at
Grand Forks,   lt is
New York Money
Ihal is heing put iiilo the British Columbia Copper Company'-smelter, now
building near Greenwood, l'heu there
is ihe money in telegraph, telephone,
electric light and oilier enterprises,
drawn from various outside sources, so
that il can be easily recognized that
the financial inteiest—and that is
aliout lhe keenest—in the district is
widespread, leaving out nf euosidera*
iinu ihat connected wiih th" several
...nkiug Institutions (which is by no
means small) doing business here.
Turning in public works, ihe con-
si Miction of iln-1 oliimliiii und W fsteru
Kailway was far and away lhe largest
and most Important iniilrilakiiigof lhe
year, Aboui two iiionlhs ago a full
account of thiii railway was published
in 'Ihu Advam.'K, so ihal no mure
need lie said of il tli.m ibal tile rail win
from Robson In Midway is IW miles in
iengih and Ibat Ihe cosl of construction and equipment will lota'
quite $5,(»iU,UUU. Ils ilfeit upon Ihe
district is ahead)' very noticeable, and
ii will be much more unukt-d dining
I he year now entered upon, lu faclil
is I he one thing above all others thai
ibe district needed iu facilitate ils
development, Two telegraph and
lliree telephone systems ale uow
established in the district, Elecrir
ughi and tramway enterprises are
iu hand. An influential Bond of
Trade has been organized iu Greenwood. Road coiiimiinicai inn bet ween
ibe milling camps and the various
towns has linen improved. Popula
<ion hat largely increased, school mailers are al lust receiving inure intention, churches have been buill, Mid
various agencies looking to the social
and moral improvement of ihe community have been inaugurated, There
is much more family life now, many
homes having been established, some
iu buildings lhat provide comfort and
convenience to a degiee hardly looked
for ill a district so new compaintlvely,
In fuel the dislrict is assuming an
appearance ihal augurs well for lhe
fin ure, And now lhat it is su much
more accessible lhan heretofore, aud
particularly since the recent  Business
Men's Excursion—SO  happily  planned
and successfully carried oul hy lhe
C. P. It, officials, supplemented liy the
generous hospitality ot the towns visited—did so much to advertise it, il is
uul unreasonable to look for an early
and adequate recognition of iis importance, present as well as prospective,
in a commercial and Industrial si use,
Few wil deny thai Ihis has leen
liugely wauling iu Ihe past, lull now
ihat ils fast growing strength, hoih
politically and commercially, is com
pelting Ihe alleni i.ui of legislators and
luei'chai Is alike, mure consideration
and better treatment may lie looked for
to the benefit of all concerned, Au
earnest of ihis merited fuller consideration Is apparent iu Ihe leceiitlyau-
uuiinced intention of the Provincial
Government to shortly introduce au
amendment to the Constitution Act
to provide for the district being separu
tel/ represented in the local Legisln
tore, This recognition of—lo quote
from the Lieutenant Gnveriiur's speech
at the opening of the session—"The
great increase in ihe population of the
Botiiniuiy Creek district and the rapid
developnienl of its mining and nthei'
indiisilies" augurs well for the future
and, together wiih ihe more important
fact Ihal lhe necessity for il is evident
is very gratifying.
BY RAIL TO MIDWAY.
The Completion of the Railway
makes it an Important
Point.
It will for Some Time be the Chief
Distributing Point  for a Number
of Neighboring Mining Camps.
The following is taken frnui Ihe
Hossland "Miner" of the llth inst.:—
From Mr. E. Jacobs, editor of This
Advance, Midway, who was in town
yestetday, itwas ascertained lhat lhe
tracklayers are at work completing
the Riilisnn-Midway extension of ihe
Columbia & Western railway. Owing
In a shortage of rails, tracklaying was
slopped two or three mouths since at.
u pmnt aboui a mile helow Greenwood,
and lust week work was resumed here
on Tuesday jnniiiiiig, Ihe 0th ins'., Ihe
rails were laid beyond Boundary Falls,
and to within four miles of Midway,
lf nothing recurs in prevent work
being continued through this week,
Midway shnuld be readied hy Saturday night.
It Is anticipated ihat the completion
of Ihe railway in Midway will give that
town ipiileiin impetus, especially us it
is unlikely ilmi an exiensiun westward
will lie undertaken this year. M-.
Jacobs points out that, as lhe (,'. P. H.
Ciininany already has coillieclinn with
the Okanagan coiinliy, over the Shuswap k Okanagan railway from Sicu-
inoiis to Okanagan lake, and thence by
ils own steamer to Penticton, it controls Ihe freight and passenger trade
of the lower Okanagan down lo the
Internal innal boundary line ut O-o-
vons, ineliidinglhat nf Fairview, K. r -
mens and Ihe eastern pari of ihe Similkameen un the nne side, and eastwards
lu camp McKinney iinlheolher.so it
does not appear that ihere is snfficl nt
lu induce il 10 vet incur Ihe very large.
outlay the exiensiun nf its railway
wesiwards from Midway via ClMi'li
McKinney, Ihe Lowei Okanagan and
Ibe Siiiiilkauiieii lu Hnpe or Spence's
Bridge, nn its main line, down In the
Fraser valley, must necessarily involve. In pi.uu nf fact, notwithstanding that 0. P. R. survey parlies hate
leen engaged for several months pusl in
examining the Siinilkauieen enilliiry
for the pinp ise uf ileieiinining which
is lhe l.est mule for the projected extension tlirough lo the Fraser, President Shiiiighncssy slated last fall,
both in Gr, eiiwoiul and Vancouver,
ill effect I hut hating rxpendid nluim.
$4,000,001) in construcl ing i he Rohson*
Midway line, his company would
wait for some return '"fore entering
upon another large mil lav.
In any case. Midway should for some
time toViinie, be the chiuf distributing
poillt for the mining camps of Republic, Sheridan, Toruda Creek, Myers
Creek and the American Okanogan
south of the bouudary line, and fur
the upper main Kettle River (with tha
Wesl Fork and other tribulan streams
along which numerous mineral locations have already been made), Itock
Creek and Camp McKinney, north of
the line. Further, C, P. R. officials
profess to be favorably disposed towards Midway lis the divisional point
for the Boundary country, and, with
Ibis end in view, the railway company
has obtained from the townsite "oin-
pitny a 400-foot right-of-way lor more
than half a mile across the latter company's land.
Speaking of the outlook for Ihe
Boundary'Creek district genenilly.Mr.
Jacobs says Ibat if no cheek conies,
through n tightness of money ur labor
Iroiibles-tbe lattel not being regal ded
as probable—the district should, miring
the ensuing year, make rapid and substantial progress. There are now la*-
iwien "in and H) running properties
uiuler development, and most ot these
are either already equipped with power
plants ur will shortly be. Prominent
among these ure the Old Ironsides,
Knob Hill, Victoria, Brooklyn, Stem-
winder, Snowshoe', Gold Dropaud War
Eagle, ill Phoenix camp : Winnipeg
and Golden Crown itl Wellington
camp; II. C. Oro Denoro,and Maple
L-af (R.-ilhiiiulleii group), in Summit
ciiuil); Jewel und Enterprise and
Alienor III I/uig Lake camp: Last
Chance In Skylark camp ; Mother
Lode, Sunset, Morrison, Buckhorn a nd
Guld Bug. in Deadwood campi and ihe
Golconda In Smith's cainp. Quite half
uf these properties are Preparing to
ship ore, so that liefore tlie year ium
closes there should he a satisfactory
quantity of out-ward tonnage for the
railway. Besides lho properties named,
there are as many more that give promise of becoming shippers next vein- if
meanwhile continuously developed,
En anticipating that the output will
lie increasingly large, it is assumed
that bulk tests will demonstrate tlmt
the ore carries sufficient value lo make
ii profitable to mine it, hul it is neces*
Bury that one important fact he kept
will iu lllilid, viz : that as yet nut mure
I huii 800 or 1011 ions of ore have been
sent out from the Boundary country
for treatment. In tho case of some of
the prupei ties named, regular und
systematic assaying Ims lieen adopted,
so that it is quite reasonable Ui expect
gnuil returns. And. too, values have
iu several instances, been shown to Improve with depth, but since tho permanent prosperity of the districl de|ieiiils
entirely upon this assumption of the
presence in the ore of sufficient value
to leave a margin of prnlit above cost
of mining and treatment being proved
to be well warranted, ordinary business caution requires that results be
awaited rather I luin il be lakeii for
granted that occasional assay tallies
will be maintained In bulk. Then,
does nnl seem In be nny reasonable
doubt that quality will he well maintained H8 developnienl ruweeds, nnd
us regards quality, With this vital
questinn of value favorably determined, the Boundary intry should.
within the next yenr, ton beeoine one
of lhe inns' prolific wealth producing
sections.if llm province, JOHN wm
E. JACOBS
. rtcer_u..v^ ,
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.\ro  wtekly   xl  ytaf.may.  R C.
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km _Sra_j_ ei'.ber xouxy or czXl-ftxr-.r _ -jr
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.irtniiOsz titles seal tm aw__*_—
TaD-j«i tbe oiu_ of "H£ Awessm an
li-ravs jp*i. _r ib* _ i ii nim _ __iers *
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Severa! dii**?ct«rs and the secretary Records   for   tbe    wee*
of th*   Brandon   and  (iold'D Crown January 13th, 1000.
Miring  Company intend paying lhe yuzrEnaliairxTtoSe.
mine and district auoth-r visit shortly.
A rep-rt has l»?en  freely published <    R ^
to the effect tha*. the Carihoo-Coosoli-  yrBuvi..
bas at      No Sine, Beavercreek, RobertW oud
andW. K. McByle.
ereek.   Robert
J..NrABT&
Providence camp,  Wiu.  E.
Pipes,
Cigars
J. Moran  hii
MOXPAY. JAXCAitX li MOB.
The Republic "Pi- oietS say* that
th<*r» i« nnw rrt * tbaUm of dmib?
thai Hresidwr !h!l is ***** fmskeau
lmporij.nl ui'.. -in tie •' -1 '-■ - - '•
ins his rsila ij '-Jim Jiih be Okan-san
Y.i: -v 1 • R-r. 1 -,i■-. T - B eenwmd
-Min-r" is ai-.. ..1 r-erniii nf informa*
li a rxh.ttt bean "ut <H.i«  tmo.-losion.
last atqui-ed from Mr. .- .*■"—■   —      >v[,^  g,v    fraver
half interest in the Okanagan ri-um.   -j-1*O0(j
;:.,.: ianeof the zruop at Camp
McKinney. the company is working.
Tbe price paid toMr.Moran is stated t..
have l**f*n *30.ml.
me _iR«p Oopper Mines Co.. Ltd.
has 1-eeuincorp.nilea.   The objects of;
tbe 100 par.y are 10 pincha.-* the  Ah
Ther- ai.d Sidney M. Johnson miner-.1
bum,  Deadwood camp.  Tbe regfc*
i^red capital of 1 he company   is I„.».'.-
i:«X'shares .>f Sl ■ iri.   The Ah fl tte
x. being derei.iped aud at  'he dep;6 j
„f 3) feet a c.-.~-rcat bas dWcIused *l1-auB|
AND
(ireenwood, Camp McKinney. Jas.
M- Pat.m. ,     _
Bustier. Camp McKinney. Jas. Kennedy.
Z. Rivk Creek. F. H. Carey.
Kinkora.  fraction,   Kinkora camp.
H.  E. MttarvUle.
tOSOAAX 10.
Owl. fraction. Smith's camp, R- D.
Kerr.
JAXCABT 11.
Hamlin, On n- camp. H.  Hamlin.
J VNUABT ii
Clifford at,.';  ii.'-;-. rr.itivn. Copper
_* Ha kraond.'
Cigarettes
NOVELS
J.i.
Is now on deck with a complete stock of
General Merchandise, leu's Clothing, Boots,
Shoes and Bobber Goods.
Call  arid   convince  Yourself.   :   Special discount
of 25 per cent, off Ladies' Hats for the rjext 30 days.
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT—Irs. L R. Terry iaehuft
J. fl. UNSWORTH.
DRUGGIST
d I DWAY • B.C
CROWELL'S HOTEL.
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tCCf»t*KtC«>MCWM
puKic ac-rwiut.*-,  p-img  ledreof Soeo***.
-• p_ and expenditure       Mr lba_«. Mon is of 0!I»U Similka
ween h 1* info«u--d I he Vernon "Sen >
ihi! he 1 hint* ihal in 110 part of the
■.■vince doe*s 1 more promising min
_- rv^j.n lie, and   iba;  tb? immen-e
■pt^r deposits    *ill «0OH mate the
ianll—usees   Nomas    »heie-er   al
-j<~  i> taken — mining.   Hiscoiu-
: dcveioi'ineui
for the year ended
is  le.mi.-l   that   'he
Su-i .. -.    n and
1 .-<:;.;•". •)< ,n-l fr .jj-
ad Boondary (Uw*
figures th I'ish cn-dit-
.n-ji<V*r*'>iy improved
From the
detail et i'.u
of ih- IV v
imt - 30,  I-
reveli'le    fni
Oj-.v     -     -'
Rett.,-     B
il-.t'iZ . t
ahle.-ir    ei
upon during the current financial jvar.   [any is 'teadiiir [ior>u!nu
 ——— a  rk. and  be  h >p*~  to «*  ■">««*»!
advanced :o a point which will warram
ibe erection 1 f " sniciterat Ollala.
Sbarfholders in tbe Boundary Cieek ■
Uining i Milline C<i.   met in annual
iiir-'.iue oa lSb inst. *ml adjourned to!
FeK Ij"   Mr. Hertnr M.-Ra-*. vi Rft-s-1
land, representir,; the U.ndon * Can-
ada Syndicate, attended and informed
the meet j e t'ojit he wa» expecting tn i
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SnovrurJi';,  l.ni B^.rrett and  Wur. ■
L-. •■'.
i'i ' .. Hirrv!?
S'xkit Piatt.   .
F-irtioni.S M.
•   S* A. CROWELL, Proprietor, imb na.*.■__«,. a. c.
Ow BSock Wcm <-t Recorder fO_:v
>;. n.
^."et al.
j-k._i*. UIESTS.
CEHTtFllATES
AJXS0.KXT i
Copper King. Jotin iJoran and Au»-
in tlammer.
Ha..i.ei, j. Marshall a d Thus-. Rod-
-■rick.
nussnss.
i.xsci.r.vd.
Boston Boy. | iBtei st, f. Mil
ler to Jcrviiiiih i.i  i.j.-r ■:..
M-~.-iu.i- ; in_*iwt Kd .v..iil Tennes
sen. I.. H. A. 1 -•
X.-« 1 nn *.   •      eat, J.  ii   -t
Tk-' defeai of lh-» Provincial Govern-
ni*-m priivestohea »>i«** difficult usk
than ib»UiiJi~Hion auti-ipuiled when.
Mote ihe -e-sii.il *iv.<s .ler.ed. lh*-y ^1
ronlidri'ily piuriaiinrd iheir intention
to overthrow   iheir opponents   Th^
posilim now appeat»to l*e one in whi.h
there is an muted Guveuioent p.rty
wiih a verr *uvill maj 'rily as opposed
toaninmn.   . __*ppo-aUoo in asmall  hear shortly from England as to the;to La,*-erine Kirkwood.
mii«*iily.   Tr.-l. FernBH-nt n:.ir-iin i-   inteuti.m-   of  the   syndieate,   »Hkh]    B,„WI)Kl), intervst. Alexander Mun-
too small for lhe l*est r»*sulis. vet sjm-e  holds nearly half the sto k in the Cum-   -_ t., Gnrg- Heiidets-m
there does „„• appear to   le   anv   in-   -.any. in i-egird to the further  deve.-j lAXCAXYb.
in-iiiviepnnp^-tiifa change, ih-te is opment of tbe property.   Tbe syndi-j    Bi«rad ry St-ir. all itit-rest. Nicholas
nothing fur it bat to m.k*- .he best   of cue __ l^-o advised of the e,z-:,iA   < ^g^^^^,.,    McMul.;
it. ""t""'5 teirAxed irom th- twocarl.ads  ^ ~? ■ -^  .     ^.^ ._  p   vieMuHan.
__________^^Z^___TZT^^ of ore lent to the Tmd .smelter _o_      Fanli,-J.r.    :,.i-rest. A. G. Baido
_.,. .,      D ____ia_.-   tie   oniranv's Gold Bue claim.   Mean-: to J  H- Jarae-s
This mommg the   R..!^n Midway ' ;. M     .    Dixie. Dili*-J»n«^ and PaotdoioO.
Raila-av tracklayers rea.hed   Midway   whiie wor* on a ..nail    -a.e       neing     Jntj>Ivst       _j. H. ]MM9.„ t aariei
and tt the lime of writing the rails eo_tu»t*_ on th_ valuaUe prvperty.       fr T^
tsutset. { interest.   Peier   McBiide
' and Jobn J. McMjji^ui to Con. Cosgriff.
IC F. COSTERTON
THOHBl B.C
Bcaepal Beai Esi_ie _: Finaaeial A§i.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
The R.iyal ixmxAxex Cot.
The I^isdos and L\Mr.\*HiBE Fibe
ISSCXAXOl I OT.
T,i-   b_c_a_ca Cot. of  Nokth.
AMES1CA.
Thf Usreoa ami Ca>*apu>" Fikk
tssstXAXX Hit.
The Sm Life ASBBXXXtm Cot or
Oasao—.
The Do__n_s B'.'nj>i>"G ato Loan
Association.
Appbaiser fob the Ca.vaov Pbr-
maxevt Loa3 and Savings Cot
•yHlS is a new building hard finished all through and
furnished in first class style. The dining r 1
is supplied with the best < n the market. The tar in
connection is run by M essrs. FRANCIS & MI LN E.
late of Cascade City, and has a choice stock of Win*
Liquors and Cigars.    :    :   :   :
Patronage of the    biic is Solicited and Satisfaction is Guarantee-
at*. h"in£ laid within the
own
iiuiiu.
To-uiurrow  the  pres^m
end
OI    the
fujid :x ii tv   I    .  JJ-:     jj. '
rwaida
-: j- tracks  wiii  he       1
.-..-.•-
fi  ..j.j. nhnl he     :  1     1
.-  -• .-
tion. eu?iii*> shed. -    -
-- j.: a
th-r    nr; _b_ v   '
J*
.j.i   he
en- :-A.   b-: :*•
shall have iven fuiiv
expect ta see p_s«-! .
running
regularly to and  fr mi
freight businesB f 1 ;•   - ts
t.iwu   — ...    Cab   |:
-    Tj.j,
then should   r 1
ginmng
of _-.r.- ai:i. (8 times : 1 .'■
rliX
Federal B-e-Elevt
ions.
The F-l-ialhyeelectioi
is are In he
h-l-l       I   . -.     tan
urst.
There
.-.-..
r.li-
d. vil..
W            .'    tetide-vd   v«<
hf   the
vtore Had—MT] for Camp ."l.-Kianey. janx.vrt Kt. .>
Themachinerv for th- stamp uiillj    R irinji. a!! interest. Pet.-r  Flttcher   v
the Lemon mine, in Camp McKin-  IO James CopeUnd.
ney. has arrived at Greenwood   audj
Su|*rinteodent A.  B.   P.tte--s..n  h _      Bwania.
.    , .. dei-SMi to Aoiriist Keisi-bl.
heen in to superntend the !ak ns up     a -. ali in^^^ \\. £. McB.>y> to
:' the pjj»nt,   which  consists  if one  Charles Warren Raml»o.
f fire   stamps,  a   .»-horse     I.ncv 1-ointetwt. Jam«Smith to H.
r..w-r   e- g ne.   ..   rt) - bors*    po«—r
"A*Z).**.-ZZ- A.- Zf>:ZZ:'-'-Zr.- .**.* ..y>"-*-}~-**7~:**<
-ffl.v. ._r . —- *i*T*e"?^i***Jvr . — : •*'-,*. -^  *e*
The Riverside Hotel,
Is situated at Rick Crfk. B.C..   on   tbe   main mute of   tnive
between Penticton -.nd all R'nndaiy Creek point*.   S'r.ppr.L
place for « otrs.
Good Fishing •:- Good Hunting-:-Best of Accommodation.
JANTABY 11.
j iafeaaL George
m*&
■f* xf ."-.* **•* *«^S"*Y*>
He-tv • _^>si--
SEND
m&M ■
er    and   a   complete   saw   mil!
Hamlin.
JAXraBT li
Little Ruth, i interest, tieorge Per-
>'.r-nLt-ndetit P.i:te!>.>nsaid:*Oiir  .. ,    , T
...    , kins t-j Jack Lorv.
is  onlv   to start   with   five* ,„
. " _  . JA.VTABT IS.
sumps, but we have tower, sufficient \    ..      ,. . ,,      „ _    ,
_    !    New \ork. :w interest, t.eo. H. Ford
*■"»«   '^!:-n*   -i »  sWmps.   The   xoTtx-tixasHeams.
. ..:-   -z    '.-; md w< have on tne ■    Sew Yi-tk.   t   interest,   Geiirge    H.
tht gi   ■■:.,'■■ KfidOOB feet of logs rv.niv t.,  r_rf to D. R. McEimon.
pot thr iih t r «w mill t^'T'x6" i mX"',rA' lh°a'*S Ke"TO
• ._      .                 ,     ,   .     . t-. U. R. VcLimoo.
Tne deveiopaient   of the   L*_rin l>ro_a_J and Xew York. 9-8 inter-
tmmpwas siar.ed in August. l?t*.   It «st. e*ch.Tbo_a<- Kearns to U. R. Mr-
If The Advance f||l
;      To >our Fri.nds.
s»bscrirtt'..-i il x year
S3    K  tllW ill —M*._
.-:•>£■ -zz.-
^^Jl3*_JO_w^-***Vt*^r"CW    JVt"*
■.rttif.-rz^z-is.izrZAZttziz
cr-c
.   -    =, ittm  <^
'{X,.-'  t^<-fm
"®3
:- ,:
;    ■
M
V-
r
.   i-tteisSsof an incline shaft followirig Kni-.n.
v :he  hmema  wall of tbe l*dae lo a   ..^^'f?
. . .        , \\ afce to L*.
>he
Hr. Ive»:   Lot l-ini*-»*-\ 11
I i)r. Riisfrv* 10 an I'.Uid
eniie pus : L»Wie. bv ; - •-
thm of Dr. B urassa: and West 1
ts '*r the Jeaib.f-*«i Sao. -* H E
Fue *rf these Beats an   1 (fra ha
1 feet with ic-vefe at U_ aod
•nil!-y- 2!'i f**t r»~f—i-tiveiv aud ci-<isider»f>W
!:. ii^.f- drifting \\". ate extending the west
l*atn of drift on the first level to a point where
nonitria- wr ran raise to the surface. At this
id Ber- po_A we propose to make a double
• ;: .- ■ ir*rtn**nt working shaft. TV
ii- ,:. --ntire drifts aie in ore of gi«d milKne
value. As si- r as we get the :: ..-
cbinery tn the tune we shall increase
Jijgett, all   interest. Thomas
ian Stuarl.
Applications   for
Improv
Certifkaus
ts.
In Ontario and .<ir ir. Manitol-a.
tiwsr eon-tittiemiesex:rpl-Sfacrhn
mete held oy stpparti - 1
ernment.
UreeawaoJ » tUlince Sheet.
The fijnk.wjf _■   -"   "      tmt ifaOwS tb**
assets ltd r  "a   f the Greenwtiud
_        p__y.
<.-.-trrji.
Ceuieterv
t tmm m
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j'.v a
j           ■'.    "-■  - 1 kmk'K
nd t.fi',. :r,
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ll -ar..*- .-« -   x-t J:\*.jiiJ
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£*..-.■ .-.4
Tne auditor called at*-.:
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f ,ct that the  inrlus
praveni'-i.t as an a-*»et _  •
 •	
The R*:oaWi; CAJ  M
•es Co.
Tie inf.e.awtKti
*e»i  in  last
Milk-    ':•'" .MB ra»prct
c • •   Bt*
p«ihlic til Mic.s i*f Iir*
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c«np«n" -.finhtM  l»'ei'.
-.
the   K» t iblir   uriMin   n. ^
t    • ■  -       :t   -.aofai
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trxn<*.:t -1 « (WO, ••   • ll ■
1   11 .   .j,.
.  •-          - each, n>«t fl."
<» >n in SI
-•   •        7..-  i .tt. 1   w.i.
the capital
•    I--.1 Lt Thk Advasie hv
'ir   W T >*jn.th.  who is
- .
'.■■**'--■'-. "B 1 be r\-.*npflny
Init It  n-.e-
Ali our torce to a' men."
tr     Tlie Lobob iixihj Micintr CnmfianT
t-    :' British Columbia owns a group of
-   ..ims three   miles ea»t trf Camp
McKinney    Tne enmpany has its head
office in Omaha. >-;.      Oai'iiliisbh
y lias already l«ei. spent in the
purlo-ma nl   . a the group,  awl th*-
millmg plant shortly to lie erected will
c ~t  i'.jIIv   jl5,"l>i.— "**okesni*D-Re-
1 :ew ."
^-itto-s ad*f*rtis«*d in this week's.
Advance are those of -.—
Granite and Banner. Camp McKin-
vet.
lJ.iniioi.in. Fairview, A. D. A., and
Black Haws, in Camp Fairview.
Bullseye. fr.ctiou. on Kruger mountain.
Dividend and Dividend fraction.
Go'd It -j -■ ii L'.'.tie i..i'.d D i-t.
Krog.i iii->ii; I lte.
Mei i ta Lirk. .SkyUrk tamp.
H -■•'■J-i.-fc.   ,rd    Mavfl -,   rr.   Can
Pairrie-.
B« ii... 1!. I'ii p MrKinney.
Go 'i Bog, 1 amp Fairview.
R. H. PflRKlNSOH.
Provincial Land **«rrej-or.
tom   Architect an
__2 Civil Engineer...
Financial.
I^eal Estate.
Insurarice and
Mining Agent
MVOTARY    PUBUQWs
i ail vievn- Towt^ite A^ent-
... IMMt—B - . -
R. H. PARKINSON',
nmviiw. _c.
Practical House and Carriage
PAINTING
-; Paper Hanqinq. Gfdininq and Sign Painting. UsoKatsominma
and all kinds of Decorative Work e%ce«ted by
E.Nash. Co., Midway and Greenwood Cih.
E-TABLI'HKl)   t-".-:*.
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
LADNER'S.
BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
^^_n
Olr   Speci\lties—Varieties Probuble in British Columbia
Trees Free from Pests.
FRI IT   AXD ORXAMKXTAL  TKKKS.   PLANTS  AND  VINKS*
Send for Free Caulogue.        E. Hctchir-os. Manage*
C<.rnei»poii.lenc« ^olk-ite*.i.
Warm Praise of Britain.
TheQi.* ~i.   S-.'.-ii" (Uhend) rfply
rO*-
Canada's Senai Continjtent
An 0 '. u 1 i>r*-> * de**i«t, h .-.-,-.
'Ii»*. lie p.pulAr inler*^.* in ihe t-rep**.
ati .1,. 1 « the .i- i^ich of lhe .**r.-..rid
t'..nuru-m 1 1 S.111 li —fries in- ken
ireaieiKiu uisly »nuvnc-d I'V tbe  news
from B-inn.nt Ihvl IDe T.iriin   1   0	
;-4ny, f the tbtt r..inii>eent. ba«
leoived ni, L.i.'i-.u it ti.- u.jh.s, m
,.. j 11 ivilh iMtij.iui,> f^.in ihe
Antipiai*--. mm high rommrOtUUns
UtreatthtmMlaoi *.i!dierly c ndon
• ti. This it., imthinc more
Jl!*", nas eipevled. i nt id.- i.i-«. I.s
nevi nbrlru sent a 1 bt itl ef pan kit ir
:- .!.  ;h-  he»n   ..f   Canada.
aad the Ba pi e n^-lf i. pi.-*.-*-.! ai'd
- - -i 'V' 1.: be ,h iwiii^iif ihe oitbet-
to untried colonials.
In tbe ii.eamjiie tbe preparaiioa<
I.ir ihe jsniiniK of t .h Jir _'.-*,t Nu. 2.
.* --oi ap«.e. wiih every |*nM9Srt ot
-i.f.ixit! a.t>Hd K !■> schedule, vil..
tbe M.ioteiutiMi and the Ltnrentian on
11, _- 11, 11 - - ,
j.eiy: r. »'U.-
nation of the trm
r.:titedei*tioll   i*
even in Quel*
tti-li ftn so- li -a x
as tbat i.f^Fiar.ie
Englai d i< lhe
nations in point
n-eit-e aii .
JOYS DOMAIN.
n lbe Eii_isb.   said!
1-   lie tir>.t o.l.inimiL'
d. of a hit-h Canadian
pro. f. and   notuxly.
1- provinre. wnuiii i The Midwav Comjwnv stii
.k.nui regime thm have for sale a few s-acre trac
Buv one on easy lentts,
Woaltli tfaoa ihy to«e aad acres priae
AMI tnnrxx xAtmiitite. atxr^vl
Go bQiVi .11) _xtn et as, ttz*.
Bu*. fi ■'■■-- laj &xtam tmrgt.
FAIRVIEW ■ HOTEL
Commercial and Mining men should put up
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
GOOD ACCOMODATION. EVERYMNG EXCELLEI
fieest of Eurrpe.-.n
f vnw of kith l-.HII
al i.;i*.iiii£alioo. Itl
i.ii.-'iiut.uii ,u , :._ii.e i» pxrmpiar;
and 1'-. ?\*if-n, . f , il .lal'.'ii * -p. I :
ihat ilie Kreii. li lin n:>.|ii» ii, .
i's .open. r..v. ":!■.- nations whn
ih.uue ii uiin abusing itsatmtgth,
gumn ui-der a harden of mtlilaryisu
and min lheiun*l*-es tu iii.iiii.iin ntiur*
IllOUS    p-lliiillji-lil     jiiiln, s.   >in,p!y
uuiiiiaiiy ten,.1 iie
Ev.-n ,f Ki'Lknd
on easy terms, ana ^Q J   5KeeKar%
"make thy garden large.
froprietc-
Dissolution of Partnership.
N'
mutes, *
mb nthei
•I   I >■> 11 ,lt;.f*i;ril'
:,: l_x p.rtner^ilpi
•l.irr ni.*inic bn^re--. ibe be—er-1
rrikesaiueof ' . - . —UncMI
roal Mn'.j. B i . us tbU —iri
. iJRh dav ot llertwilwr. MSA
W.J.FHAXCB,
WM  V'.II.'.j-
NOTICE.
iru wm-  ..)   iniM-epji'M-iu  1
Irt fnrustoioilnale iislii
It ■ ii kiio» ho-.v to loya
its error.   QnuW'YkMoHa
Ar.rvT*- w.cyirz.i- for "jjtv'P.y or
■■     .■■ At   Ii *i    -.   Ma 1 lark Rid-
puih. U 1.1>- —l«m«« 8. t^iK AL.t^lA.Cx*-
er. Xaaacta-t ftffiae al tk*   i.ta^Mui M*c»
„   Line.'Tun-ato. ami 3   H   Aiken, ot l.oaaoa.1
reign is'uh   ,)r,i...bnhmreOirmrAlhiewt*t_remtiyi*r*'.
x4 conduct.
1 reroanh—
•f -.i.-h I.4.1.1 i   '- rree.dei tx ; «»t«IHi» la —will Alrtea for a*   »(i»'t>
„ ,,      r"^ue'«>- caJl ea.ssi.a, |>«*_*err -b» hu* tad a.
If it I* lim r,- I'l-h lo pnirlt hv the* bmoeli iu Saath Afrka Ior cureltet. )<_rs. e'.x-
e « hir.e of 0M.,*r,o take «hi-._s - , h   tt-.^e.   _r_2__r^S5_S
*» thev are. ai d not  la *'.ia  e^iii.,1   I^twareiaaai «*«_v_e* •« wipajor. aad
' /". ,        ,..,.»tjjii*qa*i»«_*»_«ter_*.**«t«itbaaia|
iwxhr-c out  nietw chimeras then j any nval wee*, geaenv* ft fi !** tta! a«;.
d.», 3'hin*-'. Thetot.Utrwi-tth   we a-» t.« EmriUli  inde«t -_ __! fr.»fw__»ai^•_ |«_»_tast«]
.« « umil «• .     ..       _».■■.._ , ^S„rar Iree.  A«*lT. WatM l>a-b-T«
O.aj^aaj. &tsti\ih.i)mixna. '     '
Thursday I*h and the Pumei-ania* en   ((tf.
rar^ed will tv 57 1 ffiivrs. I2M  men. Another Point of View.
IKCh.r—•. i*j nVW gnns. i^,ki., tt) "Whydoti't ym nm a ne-sp,pet
'ran-4-..rt aagon-s fttO twel.e p..u,d ,ik*'*-»»'''* iwrehanl #ad to a i>-
i>.*ilite .art'- U*e*. tut) sh^ll*, •rT.UDO I"**'1",0*°,n,*r^*T- thfoaing wit a
rvindsof *iiiiiiiii,i'ionar_«.ijtMrviinds Chirafodaily.   -For the «-me tmmk
tnai tiki dim't nm a stntte
NOTICE.
jm* ne.s..n aioTlfK » lKTi*f fivea Aa
.!(>, ,h.i - IN *r-rto*I»'.-_d:>af**r
nre tnai.    CamuMmmr<t Ui-S» airf «
ta,':'
LXtt
■ • ■-'. inciirrfrated 1*. i*
I -i I . *:tl I- re>uu*ej or,
*,hejm.i»*rt} lie*lt ne-nth.
« ol .mmi.ni.imi. and stdl there «•!»•«"•■' »Uwre*l_» that.- ^^S^"J C_S '__**«. ta, re-
en Much nf n« le'i larianaaa the iep*rter replied. i*vlntlntf'p> a full- ■ _is«#* tti P'r-rta* **»««■ at i_4 m t«t-
—-"-. .      ..   -..-   ..  ...   e _^.ajtt___.. . taa-s-«aaww:iicaiap»(taUai—Se-Soalh
■e 10 any ill-advised intn-det*.  i***r «*ett«»rment of *rt*f<-a«oho*a».*rf the Xorxk I'm: rorotr et LmStttaaee
,    ,.r     .  ... .hotline    a    ta-etre «?.->(—    Tmiihttnr 1 |a«jl*Jt_Uai.Sotufciaeaou tt ctaiai. ttaace
1  wbo may lake « mw wn     ™    TO,OTW , ^ ».-*_iaMtat*»N«*_».*taIa«t*»»a_
ud TOB—iaiaf Jtf. xtxt.
Lancashire House,
MIDWAY, B.C : :
The undersigned having taken thi> well-
known and comfortable hotel invites the
patronage of all old customers and the public
generally.
BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Fitrnacf-hected and comfortably
furnished   r<vam«.
i ,:. 10 come tbi. »»T. hn. there « not ■ V"   "^^^   f*«**ti «««U»e>T   at! M' Ht-
. the p-rtuie for a moment, and
!:.eIyt..l-anTii„„^dUleh,iiTT»l<>ut,..*npTrrtookfd„il ^ y^,  WJ.__ ^
lhatpartof'bept.«ram*ae. ! .a> '    V>--F». 1 ai_-> ''■*__*__,h_t_ m.xa    j •   VcKAJ.,V",11M
. 1    —        w. .«. .     .*.,.. -r.xi i.axifAr. yialol taU Sia Aay ei eatv xr,. tk.
IAS' peseta te**.
TV-aU had telati«q-Jiaiwra**TV*::J6rai
FIRST CLASS MEALS   WELL SERVED.
Thos. D. Banbury, Proprietor. ™ofthe Kalemalka LZk w dr*vt**gto Oro with *n**berlines as an ei-core:
Xd   rec«Uy  rr°» P£ ^ Wednesday Ukh in*. >* «£  ««,  a*   -. •-.-i v •=■ ■***
taain- i _£_- man lying in toe atom who        .,_,. ,.,u. _*__!*, -JT— *
the brain. a_*_■i a man i» «*a «. — 	
Ld^dermen of thegw,  _g  was  broken,  h.  having
^Itfw^rus. week ^^n, out of. sleigh*.,   a «-
^_£_T      P^^^E
[;*-r*'"WnhOT' ^              P^Sl^-trr-u-d overtake the mn-
£^^t disease-                      HJJ   ^^ showed h-t, - tne
^^^'^C^ t r^atong the n^   i
been. !^„pened »Ue*llec»»*-up with a
■«*»■* ^"^l^***-**-**!  op  *    -      \
;l ,t De*dwo <L  P^""-^ „_,, W wm* fro
TO LLT.' ". -   :
hy Mr. I   B. Satd
month.
IAI OBS,
m <viug.
_-b_ os* your   riar.
Will von   fi I  a  t>oi  wiih "baccy       _
you're got a Uki-io s»uck. |     „   RE,F.iYED-Something wat
F\   »   -mAerwho  «li  twata **        * Invitation Catds and Ball Pro-
H->
f tanker, and •*
.,, .»    cb •> J-C-
ersmm--*. a'
TBE ADVANCE Office.
.• moderate charges.    Only  the best bra;
re and cigars kept on  hand.   A   goi
and good beds add much to the comtur. ol
patrons.
E. MORRIS, PRCH
town,
an
a hurry when be
... i ••- — ,
I**'.
* ae*  ■ <*      , fi^wood.    i J*** ■**"• ?
.j ^—- »■-.-■ -if tTreenwj—>. . „_
too formed  by taffl»
h Sc inde* Chur*ft    :
"■-*,   Green***0*1    Th
__gf_-<_ i<«
Board   ot   Trade
• j ut.»iu<*rtal to U*
„..    ,.'      L»«>ds   *">*
let
*  "PAY, PAY. PAY~=-Rertetut*-* the! —=
Great Variety  I 'onerrt to he held   *rv
in the Aihambr* Theatre. Oreenwood, on Jany. -ilst.
. pod 1
LIBERAL I 'OSSF-RVATrVES-
»   irw'i e  to rornpleU* district,
Landkl *«' be held at Given-
w«_ on Saturday  evening.   l*h I
initt-
LIQCORS. the _*st : meals, excellent -.
rvxmi*, warn and roinfortable : at-
tendanre e-virteousand ptotnpt-.as
the !..:;rashire   House,    Midway.
Tn- it.
THOS. D. BANBt'BY
dVLBARCKLATS STAGE
Is Rmuiing Between
roc
*. — —„
Leaving P.wt Office, Midway, daily j Sundays exopted!
at S o'clock a. m. and Imperial Hotel, Greenwood, at
3 o'clock p. tu- carrying
PASSENGERS  AND  EXPRESS.
Pawtrl? deli-retfd in Midway. Grv^nwood acd pUoes eo nail**
ting
,'arr   to   IW
lot   Ii .««e
The Johnaoa Kedutlio.. r*r-xe*«
,lt_eUi-eral^      I**"^'
n,Hj-i uiwtiwiwd -**-•»«*
U*udi
r wa, i«h large * 'b*li '    ...   _ 4
detej-'tes M the Se*a*
"canveat * • -'" "r
no Of t* '''"e    ''' "  ' "
nsx. i—1~■-■■'    ;'
un* at
„.*- :Mj. tl-
r-cll«   Of   ,br
I U.S.J hu-
.    ,„-   t.i   the
e-t  ib-
TO UVKBYMEf-OSm wiU he te-:
ceiveii until Feh. 1st ptox. for a:
learf f. r -ne year from April W
next. f th- l.rge Livery Barn at
Midway now rented by Sawyer
Bros.   Rent to he paid monthly in
advance.
E. JACOBS
eM*"
r.lb
aril-
Jll. II
f   -:u
.1 I.I
Best Work on South Africa.
►'real tkeGa_^ Daily Herald. Dee. tk
The a ar in Sooth Africa has caused
—.-nl putlfehets to advertise forth*
oa—Bft hist.>ri-s of tbat country.   We
n tfcatitaint tbe prospectus  Uiokst
i-fo~eB-.   One i-fr.Mii ibe fien of aj
ne»-p»tw-r cmreispandeni who was in
S ii b Afri.-aa short lime ago, Un  »
not   ih'te at all now.   AtK*iber is a
■-: ^-ii of Uvtrttrst one's and Stanley's
Imvets.  »itn a   t-w   engravings and
piges added.   Apparently new.-paper ^^^^^^^^
J reports and piste and sci-sors are re-   POST OFFICE—
i lied on to make  np  newly  alt  such Haifa tains west (ise tixxM 10 a.
'f.«ibn.mi..g»*As»n  S.rtb   Africa. I       m.  nTiesday>Tlm«day,and Sat-
„ . l.v!        urdavs: g>-ing eaL**    on   aunoars.
B-nwearegiad lo know tbat Snath W-_Q._U«aod FtidarsataU«t
w^a^^mmmmmmm1^..\\\\\W__\\\\\\_\\\\\
Now
>" FURNITURE-:-
VsTrsTor
is the Time to Furnish Your Hoi
una
        .Aa   •  i}n*Utah*I li •-<*   ^-   **"
^^;    s.  ».„i„   B-et,.,
y^TJ1? W    Soar.,    lhe  Xr«* . t-tluride. are .i
"^f3Lu;u,_,..wedl^'-*«'*ii't'e  *l-V-«j-^
Ta. __rn_»nv>»- rmmm-*i"«*     -     ■ -S.-
"•••■•Wff «•- J' hns»n»-
■ ISSi"lt*"" I      _ • _■ -   -
Tj_d»T   Uos-key    duo   h«    n.keev
I       IM-1    Toe Ctao aid J-ji*" ■<*
2S2Eu_.*a tt-Kaey   ^^>- ■"•*>
Liiils^" "' "" -■"'-' '-  '"'   "
UmfZf-   Th-o&'-' ' u '
!_£«*..-..-•.-•• -
waedim* vice-p.r«i«.!. -«-i ' '*;
HBP_-.a-=. *W— ™
vhMrtHneut. Cii.e Pn..-.-- *» w**
-^j __cnt,ve cum-Ule. i. I-New-
g&ffilL-..-:-.  li-   barren.
. 3__k-..ia>-; _tm«» i*»"^ K*
; ', ,. - ha,  AiHfa, _i_i the -WhJ interest *i the
r.^'ad„ -«   «»n b **** '" >« «»« -*«  ^
^ p,.a,e...e-...e- ..*   -f  t3.«.U-«   b_*   hy   the   t«t  V*^|_tJ_ro_S OFFTCB
, ,     „d    .dt.   a rf*..i*   authors of tbe pceseol day, and U**t i        offil1.  h,_rs 9a
..rr, a-..yug   ihe same  is not  heing ran through*        s„„rdav*9a m
;    ' 'r „  paXt-fcfc  U>   anh lightning ftKf^l ^lohl
Beeeiving new Goods Daily.
LATEST CONSIGNMENTS CONTAINING
CRF.ENS   -   MIRRORS   -   SHADES
CURTAIN POLES ANO FIXTURES
PICTURE AND WALL MOULD!v
REFRIGERATORS
etc..
I
this
-M   the
HHI__■■
P. 0 M>r.eyOrd-*r Office.
Edamrd A Hvin. pjs'master.
Offi-.u4  hiKir*. 9am   !o tptti!
Sal nrdayj. 9 a m i o 1 p m.
B. O-irdi'ii). A~ting S*il>-1   '- " r.
with lightning speed, bat  has lieen in
preparation   for several years.   J. hn   JUKINO RECORDERS OFFICE—
«*j—*. r    t     xt    author of,       Ofl   - ':   an 9 im t.i Hit) ni*rm. ■
lvJU p m to t p in ; Sitanlays;
mners.    By   mis   p...,^  —*--.-=-_.    .
Atrstralian t -A sulphide,  and .Clarke BMpath, L. L   D- autknw
tr-aieda  a co*t of  -*Ctyclupa>dia of Univers.l   H.toty
. .. allh *   net   eXtraO
.. .■ he.i-i- "'hit'
not in a peiti-w to
trr*   at   the  -mil-aM**
"-*.**■*■»	
• Life aod Titnes -4 Uiadstoo**
lory it the Wntta.* .. :; und'-n
ly the •»—: Aiueti.^r, nUtarian ii
atai lb-- ei^uai ut any hss'or aa of
•H
t-,^i .tf h.
■i hh Rr
Ute
no il   laud
.1-1.  BHia
He is anas—id
U A., .-'J z t -i
91 u m I p _
Wu, li JJrMvnn. B-cvtrder for the
K„ite k ret M   . .- P.   -
I'NTY '    "• i" OF YALS-:-
.'.   •   -j    »-  Verm n) 1 rdfje
W  i*3 _r_*naa .Midway) Registrar -ir t i'.-jv   i-r- Peace.
A ft Pen;.ei- —' il)»-k*.Sheriff.
^- .  - ti B Tvyior iGtvenwoodl l'-r    ■
ita wiwid wide'-        -Sh-riff
A  ,    ,_«„■, y.,:: bad   %?****  C0CKT   OO^SS10*
j^^^^^^^^^^^^-      *owr.tien   anen  hostilities v\'m  it   McMvnn. l'..iuujbsi.*Oer
-   .t j    -ie  piiuiue-d-red. and a   treat  number ofj        for   taking    afTidavits     within
,u,p a nld  t-ecviiiH* pm- photographs  and  drawings  obtained J       Bri'UhC.lum.**.
while  official   sources   were easy   of j
v Edwud
tbe "Standard'.
aierZ a amt—j
wiwid  wide;
ibea-f
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY UTTEMDES
T. HC CS-txllear & Co.
Furniture   \   Undertaking  and  Emta-
COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD. B. C
♦ **SSiy&ki>itt*A>?kV*k*.t:k*999*t999f999titiirt
| The Travellers Insuranee Co,..
% .... Of Hartford. .
hody in th i^^^^^^
BUIA*.   and   tbat   the    drily
would hecciue enomeffl-
ouipst
access.
        A, war became a certainty, atrange-j
^_ TZ__Ton. do not own the   menu were aiad* for direct   cun* I
__,,   AtW- V*™-   - ',    ^   J'*0SOn   ^ rtUp|ov^    -vrndencea^to the pn«re_ .4 ereou.,
____.., IC  W. Chestert.T. G.eea-. ^ „,.v, y»n**cide   pnress    .    I    .     •   _^ ^^ #a   ^^    j    _>,... « a
'l/Tlirciitbcoi.N* will  t* green -..^    t<,ir,     ,he    F^P^y   ™   J"*  r«,«iof thenar, and be  imMmpara
rfl PBOYIXi. IAL POLICE-
Wm G  McMyr.r.  iMidway'i  Chief
C«nstat4e f.<-S<aiihea*i Yale with
CimstaS*!*--. -tatamed <* 'nider
Ph *enii. D J Darrargb
(Irmd F.irks. 1 A Diwi.iniBi
Midway. U*-*= Cttntm.*.hin!,
C.iiip McKinney. tbas Winte
Fairview. J R Br»>wn,
Charter* d 1*6-*.
vtock Life and
Accident Insurance.
ila_    .-^S     >he    F^P^y   w   ""  nj-c-rdoftbe-var.and l-e  inc^mpara- Kairview. ^"ZZ._--
in.odooO.-jd 0-S Treatment Co. h,,t  {Jhin0lber ,«,«,_   It wiH to pro-: DISTRICT^0£-£r, .cM.C^ner
■___.     _____«__>«__                   Lreo-diti.. cmm-ctkm  with their  |b-1-    iUd   imOmmety   «'««™^' ^tt..'- h     ' ^ ^^ F^-
* u__*_ Ekrtto-**                j hare itortl                             _, ^„n. jh^ wili (-. »hoat ISO full l-ge. half *       'M   ...^ t, v ., .n,.
I^Thu^yibeann-dmonidpj B1terprKe»u.g*e«««o.™                    ,„„,.^^ eIWU,«d in a ».y>e REGISTRY I'F MAR!.!A«^-
JZZ~   mete held    TV tesalta  ei\           -r^pnx^ api"-" U-"^-*            .„, ,„ lhBl rf _« l^est Ao*n- W,„ G M Mynr. H^.nr.
Ha^ot^c«1le_aw*j«aSfolioW«-]uil^^lmr£,,lrfv.Ui.r*--4i-             „„ ,_iffll»Wt_adc_-uiily in stnk PCBUC SCHOOL-
Zmi For-*- M».  «-  A- M-''j^: ^p -    -   -   -h-r*-   .'   i. -                           - '       ,_..-_»_-
^^^    Mr. P* Mctwl'""- a»l l>re-o-
ISSITE* ".be bcsl if- inrarance
cmlract*. in the w..rid. Xo
dKJtp^.int.iieiit as io dividrt—s.
Everything c_ct-attiKHl in *d-
vatli~. Pr«-ui!Uin rales 13 to S
percent le«. than thc-«e cf I Id
line Muttkai tonkpasi_.
ASSETS	
January ist,tS0T
UABIUTIES.
StRPLLS    .
. 1.'
TbeTravelie,sCombina.i.n Art** P      x z ,ranlet, tv
mider j-rot nary cotwn*
Mr th-. Uardy.   Is theS **t-
t..»u- thuae e.r i*~i j- „..).ir
: NeuuO. Sir. J. Hou*too ; i.-*^-
Mr. A. > il -sieve and hash*.
iWMcAm
Railway.
practical
_^flnor
,    . ,.,. 1,-
The British Ar«y.
■ _.      - gin-
in
Whi-
. ,,.»el i - .
. ..,. ',. ..e, ay,
i%ni E'lgine*'* S
%¥. S »«tt. all id
ISiveOWM*"*d l«»* *ee» Bl
, xith lb*- ' dT
.   i ,1*.! -r.Tye
- d   A
—ts
Uw <
£!>..
tpi*.t-
Umkf—
srsy.
Up
itth
|tat- j ■-
gee ^ ■       k^- •
in- inten i *n -i .o-*c.i i.piny   .- da
:i**^H".^.    To -ro x. *.m- 'rij^
• d   u.i ill- -{-xi    io Ibe   M lu-r
'Which will  i«* -*tiFra|ed if there
>ufficlelil    ,e
R
-. it. India	
__,,—j .~-..r>e,_r-t andsrcuni
Mil   ... mc uding  '--rmanent
>«*:* an t militia tea»-rve	
>i n t ■.-. cbannel islands	
II   ita and bennuda-.
ami
lattft*
'. iiiuiiii^i'- nt*
■ lad
.. and U-auiifnl ronlrast to the dim
, * tn nther ptvwpertnse* that are
Im s e .—eo. Thew •« ill emprise s*ener
lb Afiica. and s-kelvbes of ttiei
iwiiies—many of which have;
-t :• fnuo **V.uih Africa toj
• i>i-r>. al-i. Ijfelike p«rtrai's ;
id K W-r«s L«i*d Kitchener, Col. I
. i.-o. j.-ni-ert. P*ul Kruger aud •
imw., , lOfiiiioent utmiiiiaodeit "f 'be
B i i- ii and B *r f.*r.-*->. Of -pe-jial in-'
■res* will!*; Mie seetion deeuted to
:ii- Canadia« cuOJingent, which will
't fr.Hn ihepeii o; Mr. J. A. Cooper,
manag' ng editor id tbe Canadian Mag
niine and one of the ahhss writers in
me IXwiiiiii.-n. There wiil he twenty
mil pup- illustration** of the Br§t Cati-
j ii.«,^_ ^{U
A A KrP-uL T-    ---
BOCSIURY    CHERK    LICENCE
DISTRKT-
B Jamh- iMidwavl ai4 T W (     -
: Rusd
: at v.ow
luaniTn:    .
p J Darraat
<re-,j.,r.   A'-
Jr.   Ij-enC>*
O
.-I'  "..:i;is*i^*n-es. J
•     - •' Lit—ii—■ Ir, i
jalCtmstalseo|
.pector^.    B-jjaUr i
mevj  ;-       .. udonJoar-iand
U-r.l"; -,- -     | j-? -^hen ever !
railed ny Chi*-t Iri*.pector.
KOTABlBS Pl'BLlC^-
F.*r+*>* M K-rby. Wie G McMynn.
R H    B-nr»«u).   J   S   Barr-r-nn
Wes   B-i.iie
Free Miners- Certificate Fee«.
TV foBo-in? ma* *>
fee* to be cl«rged for free unner-
l*tm:k HrscS
L***. ri Serf:.; nt &«a T,yte m^m_^_^_^_,
L_e „ Oie ii*»l *itd Oe*r T-st. * j      -' - -■--
IViiiwJKUt Torsi Irsartl it jjb       Uw. <d ^Ueg •>>:    r*
Lintits of   Weekly   Ittdeirtnity 51.:-
AN" D. If mch injurie-s are Ji-twained while riding as
any passenger tx-nveTauc*? u.*:m: steam   cable.     -   - --_
axkive piwsr the amotmt (n >*e paid   siball be DOV PL
specified m tbe clause auder whieh the ciaim is ii
|  C05t Sga
B
»sums a: proportionate rates
YEAR
M.AND
• Travtb-Ebs*
T.*il	
The latest estimate* in   Wbitaher's
fur !***.> show t.-at the : gular army of
Ibe I uiteii r>\t._\xi iu. exclusive U  in-
there du. c _s»»t* uf eh.*) ...mui >-ii.u--.i oi
t.i >lup ■ i.t not o h-r-   ncers. it*>i warraot ufficrrs. iT.lUt Sergeants, A<5'  .ituiuiiiers,    tmuipeteo.
r ',. etc. aini _l AS ■ r.,.,\ and hie. a i *t_I
. i—.mr  vi OtxJiij uM-ii,,, a.  rant-
igb' a-1
il lbe r-.*n...|gl>
iway* ____.
tt*    f
■  t a-
->> » *    fail pup* dlustratiim- of ibe best «.a. -    •» a ^y-, ,4 lhr
-,.,    __anIm«ingent.ande<i_.UUSu.-vwiU  ™*^^_«rdbet«e_
,&U   .edone thesec»dcontingent now m   r™rj   - ^^  Jm)e ^
„d Jnlv Sth. «-3- het««.July ah
«,! 2«h. turn '■ ^-*™ jB'>' ^h
^August Uth. $43 ttetween At.
jostiaband 3»b. «t:
r»t31st and Beft-s*"
i^t-aeen Sept«-rtl»**r l«Hh
-,{,_ J331; 1-ettrwa Octn*
axs.»-5:hrt,l,r"r '
>invemr**r   ItA. S?<,,0: ***
ie_ber 13th ind l>
*W
I Other
|   AG-ST FOB SOnaEBS BUITISH CO! PMBIA.HH
course of wganisalion. A cnmpar_m>
u( lie" pt»*<pectusof ta»« book by the
side of several others Urfore ns. shows
a' a giaiK-e i_ great superiority in paper, printing, engraving and l imiing.
ami yet tbe price i* DO higher thai
toe otuers.   The worw  is   being  p\i<-
B^BrSB^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^m. I**b*d pintle bv two of thetarv.^'
l-rrrar   , . ^iitkaj to iber*gui-.r  wwiUlirM   pui^hi,,,-   Brav ia   ..
..r.uyto*,rc.,-e*..i  rf»nn rt ..n-   luileil Stateis.aod ataiwBl..
Obi]  I n-»-.u htta.  yeuuunry i-av-  b »,,;,„( j^^d by Tbe Wiwid Pwbfeh
»,r>. v.»ui.ieerc.«vsaiMi the artny re-  _.,„_.     i t;u-4Dh. fan*!
-   . .-   I .ice     iu   x-Amr  '*f -  •—.
.  ie. r*. nest   ... i .   ;
| AGENT FOR t*X>l tttctt.*. ■».«
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THOS
.*»-♦*-» -
Ji3: lietween An w "
■■jpftttt,fftLLS HOTEL..,
•rlSth and Ot—onet 	
ami
iu,, t'.mipMiy.   V OueSph. Can*
mmm tht  |n« that pohfisbesonly the best   ■
...ar arai.v    , orm that b«s exp-rted   n
oe.   Tory  ^..n, ,„ foreign emmtri*. a
..mi g..msoo   ^„*ri*e him-lmi men to   Ai-traii-t.
,. ud«nu>e>   - out **■>*» »ndtoalb**had a   bwoch   bo
iney are u»-buoe_ id ca*»
utule toe pnucipa.
.-.noiad     infant
in
njneteen
Ftotn tbe -Spikesman K-view" tt t, u*n    lt*f •« "-buaro id tta ...   ^.^^   Afrial  .-„ ^ ^   _^
snwd Ibat   Mr.   Thomas   Grabum.  mv *-vn or->ar. aodare heM for per-  year*, wbich give* it an immense -_
iperioietident nf lbe Waterloo mine n«"'eut seruce.    lie tml.tia  c..t.-_ts   lulUipow  al)T  HvM p^,.
Camp McKinney. was united tu •*«-rd*^ IAW> ***■», who are uHended ..^ photograph* and material.
irrtsg-MO Mb* Kathleen Fmnegao. {or k"CA'drfl'"-** ^ ""^ * vtAl,Mi anarticle itxrm ius representativeMng
ibeG-HO^-aG-Uegech.p-Sl.vRev.  *n>'«here  wwh-n    lhe   limits of lbe  a j^^, feauw '
ierBelanann.S.J.   TV l-ride was 1bUm1 tvmidom.andatea.-oav-ii,*     Th(. ,„»,„ „„-
■Oily attired ina hridal gown   of f«rgamsoo duty in Englaads Med.-  .w_,_. „ _,v
e»tin.fasteiW_ahhiroc lover-,  *«r***»«"> fortress.   This force » or-
>       -. , .anixed «. iftiaulry and artillery.   The
vetnner i-*_. ..— —
hrtneen !*>*«> :ut»*r 3rd sbti 3.<th. -. 3
Se;w -■■:• j*--   ■:.•. *  ;'-.    ■ :   ' Ml '•
Tth. S_jS ;    -tween J«nu.*i*y >«<h aid
"5th. ?2: l*tw«-eii January ?sth ai«l 1
February lith. Si.Tj : between   t' ■'■•: .
ary 13th and   Mareh ind.  *!."«;
t twieeo March '.nd and 5rh. *i ■
tween Match 21st snd  April Tth. #1:
'■ctweeo April SCh and Sth, To rt-nb;
-t«.-n Ap il Sth aud May I."*h. isr
cents : between M-y lith ami ..i-'.. SS
liy aiwr-a » -  lerraneao limit*    '-- ■—■ *.■—•
.«tln. fastened ahh true lovers. j^ ^ 1(,(au,ry and artitlcry.   The  ,^_b
iofwhiUMiinril.t«nand..-i-d  ^.htU  trxTir  0Uuir*ei*s alxait one   ibe«i
The map* CHiiiinedin
tbel-esl   we bave vet  -eeu "
V r rrn.   .*sure.r a fortune aw
ta_ *re
|ftoU of white sal in ribtion and ,.i* i-a
Pberb-indaha.»t«>u.ebatKhM.i,ie, jn»»hlU  reserve
.ihe   attending bndestn.aid was Mi-» fou,th    *     "'
Blary Fmnegai. wh.* »•-.- *(
Milk covered and trimmed wil h      ;!    .
Bir. William Bow- y x.*s  •  ,*   ji, i    '»I«'I>P"
Tin Ibe afternoon there »«- a i~v-ptintki Tne *.
(at the b.-oa* of the htide's lu-.ih. r. at 'a,-uv n
[ which there wa» a merry gaibeting of] tt\ **
ftiends in Jem in cnngmti-tatews and  'oortserv
■h hvrvest
k j>i.d ai >i
To Enjoy Iii-
„ j i-»y,   >•»
- rreat wmi. wi"
- ,r ,^*ltimn.
Arrngemen*-* hav' hre" '"**' hr
which lbe ptonncW  Und  reginry;
I    " "   -    ..      . -.'ll _.,-,rt)v le  l*e-
Cascade
cascade cm, b. c
.Ua Thomas,
THE
.. .-,11 ..* i .-...  .
amiec.
: fan!j« trr!..-antics atf-ty to
Tht Miivny Corapany. Lta.
a ti —>       iwwtmtiatetaammmmmwwmm,
PIONEER-HO'
««w__t City  Bocxi
Jal the b'*me 14 meiHw-> _»—.
which there was a merer eaibeiing of; ,' * *•'
fiiendstnjninin congratt lsU.*t*s and'short ta-n<b»h   ,e reguUt*. ami then  wh.eh lhe ptcnnctal   lawt   isti,-...             ,Uv-
a dainty deje.itier.   Th-re was a Urgei passing tbem into the r serve-   After; offiee in Kamloops wiM stortiy le re-   ._    ,.,, .,„ , .,
tmuiher.-f   handmme |-vse»t>. iti-i yniK  t!.,w j-^b ,„ the rank, c ie-rt»ho-_ed asan indeper>deotregs**rv.
tsreinSsn.1Ua^                                           nnmm?Pf_ti dob Sfiuri
6raham!eftt_ssM>eeveningforB.*«s>-'tor>c'lo,osileres«*%*"*   TVus tbe reg" Uistnrt registtar.   For several ye.*r**  UtllUUlUl t-Ul OUU  a 1 lUUil
'.-A .h.^^ ihe» intended ^ning to lar armv has a bodv of trained soldiers  the land registry offi.-e bas been Mile
mate to tbe Vancouver offiee                   AT *'T__ ABV a?CB.*
rut*. Finnega...   Mr. and Xr*.| -      the „«-,.,.   TT-ustbereg"  duMnct ^™' ^ ^^tr
*^f WU-eho««'•! Ow»p McKinney. (froo which U> recstut us ranks. i°r»
'^  | ,-Ja« Livery Stable.
!|j W. NELSON
Greenwood City   Bocxi
opened the ahove bote! at Orre-jzoad C:
* and provide good acrommodatirit!.   G
PROP? CANADIAN
PACIFIC RY.
SOO PACIFIC LINE.
The "Imperial Limited"
the fiistest trjiin between the
ATLANTIC and PACIFIC.
2:35.
EASTBOIND
Leaves Sicamous       at
WESTBOUND
Leaves Sicamous     at    _3:26.
CONNECTING STEAMER
lj-.ixe? Penticton Tuesdays. Tliursdnys
and Saturdays at 7 a. in.
Arrives it Penticton Mondays, Wednesdays mul Fridays at 17:20.
Accelerated service into the
Kootenay Mining District.
Through tickets to all Eastern
points at lowest rates.
Fur full information us to time. mte»
etc, also for copies of Canadian
Pacific Hy., pu      atiuns apply to
S. L. SMITH.
Agent, Penticton.
or to      E. J. COYLE,
A. G. P. Agent,
Vancouver.
HI DWAY, B. C.
Beautifully situated at the eoaSsecee of Boundary Creek aad Kettle River.
ILL BE The most importarit rai!wa>' town in thc  Kettle  River Mining Division'
The Western Terminal  and   Divisional  point of the Columbia & Western Railway.
The  Wholesale  Supply  and  Manufacturing centre of the   Kettle River and Boundary
Creek  Districts.
The distributing  point  for   Upper   Kettle  River,  West   Fork  and  Camp  McKinney
mining camps.
The  nearest Railway town to  Republic,   Meyers   Creek,   Palmer  Mountain and   other
Northern   Washington mining  camps.
The   leading residence town   in    the   country, with  an  excellent   climate,  pure  water
supply  and  favorable sanitary conditions.
Business, residence and garden lots at tow prices and on easy terms...
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LETTER HEADS
BILL HEADS
NOTE HEAD-*
ENVELOPES
|g|   STATEMENTS
2vA   POSTERS
'     BUSINESS CARDS
CALLING CAklN
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SKXD roa MAPi PRICKS ASl) KILL P-ABTICCL_R8 TO
J. F. PIBGOTT, Manager, E. JACOBS.
w"ItfiSf» THE MIDWAY CO., Ltd.   ^tteM1_£_££b
"■^***«
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BLANK FORMS
of any kind.
BILL OF SALE
&£. forms for Mineral Claii
Mineral Act 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements.
Rossland.
Greenwood.
NOTICE.
NOTIOB,
Dosiixm-i. PAiSTtsw, A. Ii. A. ud Black
Hawk Mineral Cl__s.
Situate   in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale Histrijjt   Where located : in Camp
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO.
lOTZCKis hereby sriren  that thirty J_*ys|      Fairview.
TVK:
as wenl  for the nonunion Cantnlldated I
NOTICK i» hercbr irire
after il.ite I intend to apply io th,* f'hict'
inl Work*,  f'li   per-
jwjit. ut lanii iv. f.il-
iows-.'onimeJiciiij,' at a posl planted on llie   _- . .
left tank of the Sfmllkameen Hiver at the 8.  „_„.,. ,'0 ,h„ Mhlj'n.
tt. ( ornuT of Indian !.e-erve No. ■• a i. niichu-  „f improvement*. I
AKK N'OTII'E  that I. Chan. dell. Green.
mission to purchase AM acre, ot bod a. fol- M.„^ Liiiiited.free miner's certificate No. i_6_»
low-s-commtnolug at a pos. planted on Uie   imomi   fMy a§Jt  fnim lhl. ,!a[(, ht.renf   to
tiinir Recorder f-.r a Certitieate i
.. , . .oipr.iveiii.jiit*. tor lhe p:irp.^c of obtaining i
•.v.yhjn   thenoc  Ninth   10 .-hams, thence » Ucro-Vii Giant of the abore c_u
chain- West more or leas to the .-lnnlkameco'    .,,_..        L        . . ,
Hirer thence down the SlniUkarocon Itiver to And further take notice that action under1
the point of commencement and containing Sill m tion 37 most be comim-nr-ed before the i^u-
aere> more or tern, ance of-.neb X ertiucate of Iniproiemeui*.
The *nid land h. ing required fora range and   Haled ihi- itith day of October. 199.
LIMITED LIABILITY
agricultural purpu-e-
liated this ninth day
FRAHK BAILEY.
.' >..■ n wr. l*'.rj.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certiflciite  of   Improrements.
WOTIO'l
tiRAMTE AVD rUSTVKB  MJMJKAL CUlMi".
Situate In the Osoy -; Kining Uivision ot
i'IIas. deR:GREKX.
_*■■ >■-..-x^afcii
Mineral Act, 1896.
Certiiicate   of  Improvements.
Votioa,
Bii.ij.eyeFraction Mjnekil Cl-iim.
Vale District.   W.iere locajed;-In Camp  situate In Osoyoos Mining Diriston of Yale
TAKgsiJhCFthal I. K. II. Putt-on a-        "istricr-    whe™ Located:-On  Kruger
I    agent fir   the  I'vnti  MeKtonej Min.-*        Mounlain.
I.unite.l. of i imp Uck'turtey, fr.-. jiiiui-rs TTAKB NOTTCK that LChas.deBlofcOreen,
certificate No. ic: ii .jjlew slur oars from | a, agent for John C t'i-ber. free miner's
Uio date hereof, toapply lo toe ttining Keoor-  certificate No, 18.28a, George A. Kngcl. free
der tor a cer:: .a t Imp roi —n • ::.*. fir thc   miner s certllicatu No. IS—U, aod for wm. K.
pnrpuc of obtaining a l.ro»n grant of the Keller, tree miner- certificate No.„?i*. inlend.
abovec|.iiins. tfxty day^ fron, ,^  ^atc   hercif. io ap? v
And further take notice thai action, under   :o   ,he —«—g Hecorder for a cerlillcate o'f  "•,__,   r_y,j -„ A
..    :■■, .;;.  tn_l I    awuaeaeed   before the   improvement-. f,.r the  purpo-e of obtaining   LlVcry. I ecu alia
i--uincerf - j h       JJi ttool jJiiprovementi      tt* t'r'.wn granlnf the abov.-ciaijii.
Into! -hi   I'O  ' xx-   if la -ii.■   !-H) And further lake notice that action, under!
 •      ',   ,,',,,/-,.- n.        ectinn 37. mu.-t be commenced he—1» 'boIsm |
:    it. I AKMNSON.     ance of .nch cvrtjrjcaie of  improren—n s,
Ilatcti ihis »lh day if 0.-inber. isa
■ f HAS. i..H. QRKCK.
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
Fire Insurance a Specialty.   QE^:Si;>;Tc.0ER
i r'-J,^J<-.=.WJ%*{j!.*Ji^U-^MS'U-l-lM*gH
Bob Hall's Stage Line
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
Certifleate   of   Improvements.
iroTicna.
Pit idem) iso turiDEND taatmem Mimh.i
PfITM_
j Situate In the Omtooi   llalnc Dlrtilor. of
Tale District,   where loeated . On Km-
/tee
■z- -*:■:
\m
?••
SURVEYORS'
§?® V 1.1 avit forms for Field
.•H-KH    .\otes, etc. etc
mm
??9
ger Mountain.
TAKK NOTICl thai T.flwiifoTHntiflirw.
acting tut  ^rrtt' for H.   A. Bowen»i*n.
free miner**ecftuMVta No. Mil, B. A  illpW
:fe
m fre* niinrr** f-Ttiflcki* No. tOTli *r»d ' l*^r ^J
John ('. ftdMf, frv* tniitrr» «rrti_*,nrc -"'•->-^
No. ISSU, inteijd. taxtr tinr* from the, 'Xlfc^
dAte ber-eof, to applr to ihe Mining Remrrfer v«*». *rt4
for a tVrtinV**.*' of Imppn enwnu. for thi* pur-' -^ \eJ
j»>»e of : *imng a Crown (.irant of ilie abore : /S>*__«
tbtitn*. .  ^-^P
Awl farther take notKe lhat action, under | mXm
wclkMi 37. mo«t he **\mim*cnre<i beffttt the I '£ -^
H«_!irn.*(>f *iuch(.Vrtirte*te <>t lmpn»vcroeiit-    - 'j*.-h\- •wJSo-vV^ ?c^ "i»Ow)?\T- IfciS)
A Trial Order Solicited.
AMIRES8 j —
TKe /\dv>ance,
MIDWAT.ac
llalel lhi»»hday jfOclotMjr. UW.
;  t'HAS. Dgjj  HRKfX.
( Carning Her Majesty's Mails)
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Pent to n   o    V o
MINERAL ACT. 1896.
Certlflcate   of   Improvr-iieiitn.
■OTIOtl
days. Wednesdays and Saturdays. Passen ers i
and from Fairview, Osoyoos and Oroville, Wash
delivered in quick time, and by comfortabl
conveyance.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate  <rf   Improvement-
The ItMtaom Uu_ Mixek.l i'liim.
Situate In the Kcttle River ■inin(Divisj..n of ITotlo*
y»le   Diilnet.   Wh«r« l'<aud:- In Sky-   TMr motm nm «.,.,,,»_,   v..
l«rii Ump, lying -ouiherly of nnil »i- ""''a OmmATtutmrn M.,r,'
joining the Skylark mlneml elnlm ... .    .OUBBl
TAKK S'tiTlt'K tlmt I.   NcL-cn ).re\,. La : Situate in  the Oj.iyi...j Mining MtrWoa
I*Uni, frir min.Ta-riflvi.ie No. i.;ii>i, for j      Yale  distrlcL     Where   loeaud :-
niy^*lfaml ,v*   ateat  fur  IL I-   Uniler.  fret*,
miner i*rrt;ft.-aic No. HCI>. Jairim MrNici.I.
Camp Fairview.
Sale Stables.
Ai Penticton, B. C.
R. S. HALL. P.*oo.
NOTICE.
THK Rriti'h Colombia .S^ithem  HaBmx]
(Company will Bp^jr lo the Parliament or I
Cmariaat Usttexl Sttsisxi for an Act amh-ir-
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
mngtiiei'..m*wprtoc.>mpietei.t any lime he- Lertitic.tte  of   Improvements
[ore theenituf tbe7jart9n,ttA Hp-iit-mswiion | i
Votleei
D.1I.M0KJI. —QOt—U i'L.IM.
Subscribe for
Mdo*eribod in ihe Attof Um**M P&itiaroeot
i»>h;i Victoria. Chapttr 3& anri a bram-h iiue j
fnun a point on it* main line at or war   h?
fork- of Michel Creek thence hr way of Htcfad
Creek io Uwrton C^reek, and for nthtr purpo.es.
By order of tbe Rnard, Situate in the Osoycvs Mining Oirtston of
Q. CAIfPBKLU OSWALD,   ;      ^aie  District.    Where   located:  Camp'
-wreury.   !      McKinney.
Montreal. ITih November, lii -TAKK  SQT1CS that 1. 11. H. Parkin.wi j
as   anal    for    \ViUi_m   Snial).   free
Diner's  certificate   No.   b jr>iy, intend, <iity
lays from the date hereof, to applr  to lhe'
Mining Reconier for a certificate of Improv
mena for the p-rpo-v of obtaining
Granlof the abore claim.
I    Ami further take notice ihat
_ . , , fectton _T. ma-t   be njmmen*
BUV    a    rPSldenCe   Site    WhllSt  i-'-aanceof-uchCertiScateoflmpr.
..       "        . »■___.* wa I»»ted th_> _S«hrfay of Sovember. lsttl
there is plenty of choice.   Pure;        mcHAROH.FARKivsoNP.i_s. i
air and water, beautiful scenic
THE MICE
free miner ceriirloaie No. 14573..  axl William   "T" AKK MITIi K :h.»t I. J.ihn A    M■• teeth
llmhani  McM.mi. frt-r niiuer o-rtifin*ir 9a     I     a-  iwvtii   f--r  II.  T   shtllon. ot   v.--
n_ni. inl'-nd. -iit) day. frmn ibe date b«Tr.,t.   n.n.er tree niinrr'. tertilk-Me Nu. iOCT    r
to apply U. xhc ytinint llteortitr tor a Cer .S    tend, .ial}  ,1ajj. fnirj   the dale   h-rx-f.
rale ot lmnrovt-mi-nb.. lur the pni>-«. ol ot,    api.lj U; ttm Mnma livronl,rtxir a t ■r-.r. -.
lainiiiir al'niwn limnt ,.f th^ atioveciaiiu. ' or lmpr... t-m.-nt.. for lhe p.ir^,w>- -i uhlelnhaj
Ami fnrlber take notire that actiim. un-l.T ■ a I'raanliram ol the ahov.- rlahtt*.
wrtion  3T.  niu-.!   be  o.nim.jnre.i   before  thr ,   And further lake boric.   ti,at a.-tion. 'Xxmt
i*.nanc^ of *u<rh t'ortih-ateof Impro.ement...   *.^-tion T..  am*  be eommeovr.1   t-rfcev  ike
l>ate*J thi.Tlhday of Xoieuila*. I*!B. ir*wnn ITTiwh f*WTHi—l »rin|lllinwia*H
NK1>0N M—KTfl I.i PLANT   l>at«l thi- l.)h daj of Non ■ -- HM
| MINERAL ACT. 1896. MINERAL ACT IS96.
Certlflcate?   of   Improvement*..  Crrtiflt-nte   of   [mproyementt.
soTioa
j Gou> flxtr .so Lmir ikiLD Deal link—U,
Cl—S_*,
NOTIOB.
Ad Ides! Resideaes Town, i
»T
Situate ln the Oso> >j. M'n'ni I'lv's'-n of
Yaie District Where locaied j Knjier
■ountain. of Yale    Oiitrict    Where  l'<a>.*4: Camp
Bout BOB  M:m jj.l i i.i:*i
SJimate   in the   Os.,;cwa Uining Division
AKK KOTICKU-ttl. rtuw. dafiUaOnti
aav-nt f ■: <i.-.>rnr A ^_^p•l. Ir,v -,.,,...
rertify-aie N'.l 1*727*.. aad for Wm. EeUar fr..
miner* i>KltS-.Me N...  BJW. int«»l .:.
fr>in the dale hereof.to apply t.i the 11
awaarwt e ettth -v. ,J nnprorcneBta, (or
Fairview.
nine a Crown   fflL          • •       11         1»            i i.    .    ■    ,     "•roetior a trrlitl..«. ol improinn,.,,:.. t„, ■-.
Za J* piooeep newspaper in the Boondary AstrtoL-^rTr;*"
■ed hefore ;he: ** Ani farther r_kr notice !h«t MCton, no-ir
iiwbimim--   '■ __ j «re!i'm   37.   maal   h«* <f>tnn*rrie*-t1 IttUtrv ;).
^cl: Only $2.00 a Year. ^'J^tti't^z^™™-
l.-ri  . jj-iiijeof improreoienl.
■ Mb da? of .s tuber. i-*_
i HAS. UB—0_ lil'.KKN
I. Itv... IvHl
.-■   1 .    - ; i.-ineal- t
I \x nwa Umnl of th?
-ii.-.  thai actitwi. uiyter
■ ei  before   thu
ix-rXe ot linprovenienl^
Jm jary.lA. II. UIO.
HAS. lir.B. C.HKt'N*.
surroundings, skilled resident
physician, excellent school- t
the place for families.   Try it.
For Prices anu Terms
Apply to
THE MIDWAY CO   LTD.
okane Falls
..& Northern,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
- MIDWAY-
iverside Additior
W. H. WEBB.
o__ Practical  __,
1
T^_m____-_   Za  * '"
• - AND - -
Red Mountain Railways
The   only all-rail route, with
out changa of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland
and Nelson. .
DAILY THA INS.
oorxn v j *..T:t. ttotwa sornt
I.'.ll n. i-i..   .   MARiTS 12.11 a.m.
Tr-ii-j iving Marcus nt 12:11 a, m.
nu.k^. -rn contipttioiis ul -Spukan^
wi, li tt-Hiii-. for ail
Pacific Coast Points.
i"-**. rannecti(in*<   -it   Nelson wild
...i..i: ..ii. f,,i K,i.|.i anil nil KiKiienav
folte points.
|>.....in.„- fnr K.'iile Rivrr .-inr!
Don liny Crook innneil al Xlaicu*
nil1-, ctn.cr*rfmlr.
XX. A. JACKSON,
0. P.*T. A
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
Just a Word!
To those contemplating an invest-
—   ment in Midway real estate, the information isl ^ * N«Uy
j^r offered that on the Riverside Addition may be'      **""**•
found 300 very choice residence sites.
LOTS 50 x 125 FES
For terms and all other inform ation apply to
W. H. NORRIS, or A. MEGRAW,
Midway, B. C Camp McKinney, B.C.
ALL KINDS
f_f' CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
LEE CHUNG
LAUNDRY.
MIDWAY, B. C
WASHINGS  CALLED  FOR A5D
DELIVERED.
Prlcea  Moflarltt*.
— _-:.•:" *A
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