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(XL No. 16.
KiDWAY. BRITISH COLUMBIA. IOKDAY, AUGUST 2!.   1899.
S2.00 per Year.
SOU.
urrxx. Solicitor, Etc.
Slmwsx. R. C.
JHOLSON,
-.* Xotajsy Ptbuc.
ine simi
L ESTATE.
HKAHGUL AGENT
xSD MINING BROKER.
.Kimmey- B.C.
Wl
price of th
p. R. Mathison,
MINE   -
 : DEMIST.
wher* -
LOOO   BLOCK   •    Q8EC.V00O.
ir.-*
-Copper and Gold...
The Simiikame<3n district is noted for
its ledges oi Copper-Ujid ore*.
MIDVU>   HAS  THE  BEST
SMELTER SITE.
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j. ttr--.i,.y
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"*••> Other 5ite   in  Boundary   Creek tAires ity th •■.-•. -d with the
District to Equal it- —MitwoaF on*  at feeing near Kt-ttie
lu Ad^antaie* Jind 5u[*erioritv Coo :y thinst would hen* ha»e
duiivelv  shown, twbrhan.i ild fee
  the revise tat ca»0Hiic_l in working.
Quality and Price.
At R.xi Ci
orr district has er Midway th*
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.--..*   t_ai wilt JjUMcted   *
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the undertaking he _ ,0 ow**—»
-.-.,:■. -   '••
I lbs   ftrnm ;  Grand weal smell
iwood Assay Oie.""
, C. Ladw-W, Pro*.
fc-er   and   Analytical    VEf;
Chemist.
"W. 17. Slia-tfoi-'d. tSs Co.
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I a «iiitable site cot tar
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Midway-
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bt ptblk*. Pnne-eton 2s mites, vj/
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] j- f '.::—.". • -jg- •.: _. xtrol. too.
. to eQ. reodertbe fowo aod immediate vicinity
-   -;-,-    -?-:••    .   - :' r r*-*ident_d p*irposes»
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rSTOMS   Bft'lRER.
iii*DHS**hi> AASST.
rn e i doom
"vi*
Rani tittrw* p_Bed.    f.ri-i. tf.
|U.-i A«  l»»eri  **r»wi i*   A3-   KeFfrreo.
I- Mile Creek.
.*_a(r*e_ r.aze.
:i-«iL-ts_i »r "a**! *e '.t'.ejicc*
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W. UALRYMPLE
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view. ac.
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Practical House and Carriage
* PAINTING
pij^ii f'.r a reeotd
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r. r. bb» « pape, Haiqint}. G-iinttK. and Siqn Pdntinc. mm Kd!«Knkinq
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iL ESTATE
MINING BROKE
L Sash S Co., Midwav and Greenwood Cits.
Fr:p«r:i*j«   Fnmiiiwd   ■""■
Reported on.
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ttrtaa. VL A a A. mi"teas. K. i
IUESS BROS.
linisLs mi Assayeps
pj'i^a^y   t iti^axr   with   tfaxn-i/etr amt»
(P—7 Car j* SCjawa. p5»?«-»-    Pw»«
Krfi   Ate .yx u_ .«.a_r'_i c< *>w.
The Riverside Hotel,
tfajlfod inr
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PUBLIC OFFiCES.
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= Midwav Meat Market ■= \
K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor. S
i p in :
\t thU esuMUhment coitomers can ;;;
BEEF, MLTTON. PORK inJ »
cats ot
_om&    It _ <. _ a di«c
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auemeots  ot* eiteosiTe
-    .    '. JJupuljE
roaid take all the -   z
.UitjinnU & MeE_!ipe.
Mines and
Real Estate.
iwood tad Camp McKinney.
ll CBEEK HOTEL . . .
MOCTH OT KOCK CKETS.
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Betri-rerator on tlie premi
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GOOD STABLING
fExosGw* IVUacan KeClk BtnrJV
iMSTBONG HOTEL.
H.  KEYES.  Prop.
Acnxninodatioa.
Be« Lienors and CSp_*>
First-4"u.-.- S*-«i     -
ARMSTRONG   B.C.
that would adm:: —• of watrr
BiMind—rr creek c«sW saitaHe <.(/; REKE  i UL'RT   OOMMlSSfON-
_rran«ementjs be nude with the h'-fci* ER.>-
rrs "t* ptv*r water rights, and is within J P Ml ^^ *nd Wm e MtMvr.n.
may pumpiBg re«h of the Kettler.ver .     ... -.,.  ..... , . ^^
which by means of hat force pai m   i\-ivi i ,r   p»,r r, -.-
10 :   M  Kii»m-v.
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DISTRRTJ I'OROXER-
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to une l*7<atK>oaoes opersttoo      DI*-TRkT—
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OKANAGAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
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pany now hus aboutfiO men employed the Oro Finn rock goes $10 in Ihe ton,
c       M jjft Pellew-Harvey reported some
j time since il would.
"How long Was Ihe run!''" Mr. Hon*
' ■'            ""-ll"ll|ll.B|      lllt'll     I'llll'lllVI'll
al the mine and on the new road from
4 1 ,-
MONDAY. AUGUST 21. IS
The Mum. buildingsonllieGoIdDrop,
Greenwood camp, areabont completed, i |.mkpn ,{m.
A machinery site is heing graded on ,    """
tne Sunset, Deadwood camp, steady   run
Jn^$lQ^*Wdw*f,l..G/
In advancet ..Itl™',-^*" ,i*'*,1' '""""": Payable i...
«Ptlon of tho «utee„  "'J "' ''Mlt-y..ub al the Uion*ln„ In „»„, n
AdverUslnir lim.        . :        inui'-' lone   •    iirson
.^£SS£3«^ are ^   ™e - * ha,,, l,an insla.1-
B2Bn___^ ta£KEFw?d7fficS.ru "" ""' *"""'*'" ''* Gwen*o«l eamp. I inson was asked.
ii,T;fre,1<^ ileepcni'il.   lt, is nl-1   "We hada little run for the small
Published. " ■M'™0"nl "aturo will not he  1'i'udv down   S) feel |„.|,.|,   i, „.   . ., • •       ,
^_H__a__^__^_^__Ha_M__"" "" <>!<' B^_H_i    I lirii'k, just   to  gel   things  ill  shape,
Then wc run ll days, hut there wus
hi'oken lime In lhat,   It wus nol   a
There was   u   certain
 __..   Thenewroad to the Buokhorn, Dead-1'"1"""1' °*' ^■'•y:   """   many ionsP
THE SMELTER SITE QUESTION  ! ,vo"<1'''""P. .nui the mine buildings I Wp|1 r "link the uold hrieks may he
rthastransnired ti,„t   »   '  „ ,,' jm','"l""lt completed, so attention Is eo'lsWered as the result of70tons."
P«..l Johnson did   jf "?. ."" "* I,""?' bein« &1™ "' ■»»« ■taking and i   Mr. A. Grant, Set refary of the Oro
eta readv-m,./ln ,      " '"sl"lc'k*!''.' "ringing in water to the machinery  Pino Mines, who was with Mr.   Robin*
wood to .'I,.        !    ,      ''"' Green- s"'?.   The shaft is already down about son, salrti
"ooato   be ciunii fU'd In- n„. i_,   .* 26fent, ,.,,- i
Novemhei*",Ls m,, ' ' I   ti,    v ,- 'Of cnurae. twynu knnw, nur null Is
b,...oT,   'Wc.°"".lmn  r"l"»*i would!    rile, Vancouver "News* Advertiser only a 3-slan.p  prospecting one,   We
have had people  belie
VI'.
Si"Cl! H^Z^Llm06"'  ^"'",,":"k"i   (Ot'lttoenalde „s lo handle o»1n .1.
our°fK tHiS 8l",JWt ^entAngZ "oti!f A*th* ^waygetoTurtheTin'toj velopmen. i,,s„',„i of having".,, .,.„
oui first page -M    (nted      , , the Boundary country so dn prospects' tntheOoast lom , . .-  ■       i
S3_2_ttsrhwop'an ««-,trinrr "^^Stt^?,-^4 f"wy
tul although nothing definite hus v,>i P"7   wek """'"' ''•"' fln,ler'                I In she goes "
bee" done in the matter it is an om,n     Thn Vernon "News-says: Mr.Fnfbes     "   ,      '    ,,	
rr-^  <
:;-;™_,, .!;:;r:;;:^
8^°ER^S^^
CLAIMS, about OJiSfee   „     \    l,   '    ,fi" '    I'""'"""'*   ^" had nn concentrate.
of^monththeq„estio„oftherigh«  ' ~" Cop    ',,   ^ ^ 'Z'n'^''^^   A"W
o   owners of Crown-grumed   _,„£J «- up.    Driftinglth lllVll .„.,„.,     . j    , P     " ' ™'V much base ,,,,  „„.
aims to purchase surface right* w J -ull is the work now UelLearTJl fc°? ." P"n.f""»« «« «•   What
dtsci.ssed.it a meeting of ,ocftl       „
•ntaUves of .such owners,   rt appears
that legal difficulties in certain casj
restrict owners in this matter.   K is
i *^v^i\-.-r*tyi|
GOLD DROP,   GOLD d
0- K FLOUR
OGILVIE'S HUNGARiAN
OGILVIE'S GLENVIA
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR
GRAHAM FLOUR, RYE Frn,
OAT MEAL, WHEAT MAt
 ...-, —♦♦♦***99**oo**o* ^__
—; The Midway Trading CompanJ
1 J* R. JACOBS, MANAGER,
I «ll is the wor  now ,.,,, K ,       |     '""'" Ps """ f *2 tn W.   Wha, (
lodetennine .,,k- -f I, ''       ';"",""s a7' '*" "■•"•«* run hig,,:
A Bne lump of o.*e, weighiSghX,,, '" "7 ""d «"'""''•"■ "NVws Ad-1
f0a,,d50.)lbs.ialWingsent from the Verti8er-     .	
,   ■- --  w,  «*, i f'oundarv fteek Mining and Milling
scarcely  politic at   present lo   s(-,t,. j     "'1','l"y'" ("lU !,I:W  <'l"i >  lin < FairvlewPk^k^k^k^B
What these difficulties are.   We have P8*"1,   Nftt,ve *ilver' »-'''!'"'' and con-
r««on to helieve,  though,  that the M*t'WrtU.«howft«Blyfa itso it can-1 Q"vern»'"n. ta>ildingsuKm^^I
Provincial Government has no inten- flotf"llt*' »«wiit much notice in the1 wh"n 'hfy «.*»nl.i- iLk ,..■-..!
metropolis of West Kootenay,
The north driftal the 200-fool level
Mother Lode m ine. Deadwood Jrtnca
!t is stran
-HARDWARE
Chambers & Co. Vernt
tion to deprive Ihe owners of ininet   ^^
claims of any rights they are legally  .-ri
entitled to, nor indeed to do anything L,™ is ;|im- in about 401 feeTfron
that may tend to hamper the develop* 11|     Rajn   ^nn    Al  about  100 f
ment of the mineral resources of lhe,..,.'   c,. ..».,..., j   ■, „ u ■„. .,,,],.,. i
Province.
Di'sleps in She jr and Heavy Hardware.
•arlies hm. atworknainlingtbe   PAINTS,      OILS,    STOVES,     TINWARE
^■■■■■■■■■^^        : Jobbing* Tinsmiths and Plumbers
^€*pre«fr6f6-J«fff(ffj'feftfrW*6*r*c're*r*rr
f ,U	
...,, rmri lew, ane
'jwhenihey rnmplete iheir labors tbe
' Gold ('nn.mission, r's office nnd ri-si-
J dence will present a very neat appear
The Federal House Prorogued.      ,
An Ottawa dtSpaich says :-Tin* Do-1
minion Parliament was closed on llth;'
inst., with the usual ceremonies.   It     •
wus the third longest sessitmnn rei ord, |lv0(
other long sessions heing in IS8q an
1891.    Altogether this  year's
wus unprofltahle.    The only Bill
consequence passed-wnsthat prfji <lii
for the extension.of the  intercolnnis
Railwav to Mob treal commenced thrsi
years ago.
300 feet thn
ll   rl   if,   .
■ocl ramp,
! each rr:
i: to conneol  i ith
i\,'
Hill   mine,  in   (;;
>e the Government do nol —
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provide a suitable lock-up al Fair view. | H____^__^__i
Over a yeai'ago an appropriation hus,' W '' solicit the patronage Ol  the   JHibllt
io.jih'I'm a lock-iip ul  this p.iint,   but I ^^^■^s^*^*******'*™^
so far uu a item pi  has been made to
ereei lhe Injif«li»j_r.   ln tbe meantlii
ihe const_M-.»'i-!- »|so MitiingK
'•nsialile.-vl
rr, '.•.-.ii he mi*..
i;1- ;'1"1 nght prices, to merit ynur
j onl
prmonei loiaki
' ': it
care ', IxA
l>i"|
;!*'-'•' in the  dig l«-dy 0f ore
croi-scut by the tunuel.
.   '"" '■ IV -ill
lof, to stop npall nigni  lo guud  Inin,  )'**'■'
•on., Z isuol I.;.' in. ji.."iii*ji reasonable
-in. of affairs,   If too poor to provide I
a lock-up, Uu (iuii'iiiiii.-iii should ai
ii.i-i furnish tbe c-onstahle wiih foiirl 	
null-dogs, three  birjex} bounds and  a I - -   -.   ■
|..|.j|.l lo Kinji H'W.kf.iuul falling such | ■'.'lllllcnte    of     linproVj'IIM'nt 1
thfl ,_,...l~^-k^*****^"
orders receive our prompt a{!ei\|
MINERAL ACT 1896.
  miiing sinii I
tlie people who aiu residents of the
'"'r , Osoyoos division of Yale district, should I
1    I unite in petitioning the Government
I., ehmr,	
ttttttztt'.-i'Z'- ..fc!"-u—-■- ««-"*;
. ,...-.,., »mie ot affaire,
 n e"> "■ posiuon at i fora8 matters stand it is impossiblo to
j the mouth i f the slrnft already suns | ef_l.jl,ll'|y ^JaMnistt-r justice. ,
The  neatest   and most attractive!
school building in Southern  V.ii.-
•-''■'"■. -'.ieiiiie of the!'
astern ddelineofthe
Another    80-hors"
»«»<-*•« ny ttzzziiiZtt * 't"'tti«^^Lv_z^sxZ':^ m.
Attorney-General Henderson.
A press despatch stntost.ljal Mr, Hen
demon's return in .New  WeStintnstei
is a foregone conclusion.   (Jertainlj
neither Mr. Munn nor Mr. Reid ctMiP
defeat  him.    The   electors  uf  Ne
by   an   overwheh
____mma__________m ____m__________mt___W ""rT'J
majority intend to take advantage irf[steam, the  Old  Ironsides, Knob Hill
this opportunity of securing cabinet Ln6 Victoria should have ample power
representation.   While there is plenty fot.8inkingand hoisting purposes for
of opposition talk, there is no ot-gani-: some . illK. ,„ ,,u.,lt,
gation and no enthusiasm. j    y,.^,, W8( Kpi|h(nf K,.j|h.VKelch-
*-*>-*  *' inu. mining brokers, Green wood) J. Ed
ward*) lu'i-kie and lionald Harris, M. B,,
^^^^^^^hhhubH I Insl «•'k paid a visit lo Coppei creek
The Directors of the Silver Bell (!on- which j.'ins I he Ma in Kellie river aliout
solidated Mining Company, fitidingiheliT miles aboveRoekcreek. The object
ore in theii mine in the Soul hern Belt of iheir visit was lo examine the Lol tie
of ih** Trail Creek district entirely re j F. group ou one of thr (,'liiims of which ^^^^^^^^^»
fractory, decided I o suspend work on a strike nf hornite ore was made recent* -j"**""0 s"U and a genial climate,
it for the lime. Recently they issued a i ly, li il slated that the surface show- .t",'m' H!iS''nli'l|k' jo protilalile ranching
circular to ihe sharehbldeis in which ingis 300 feet in width and tha: ore '" uny eoan,rj'i VVi'h fine wealbW
the following occurs: Knowing that | was met with in several openinra m, 'or'■•i'*1 next few weeks a phenomena
'Snot r.'niil.^^-'-'***^^^^^ ^^^i^s^"
li.ii'j.i  and   I; u.J i  Kli.trrinv  Mineh.u.
11.'IMS.
Situate In the Osoyoos Minlnpr Division o
Yule District. Where locaied: In lam;
McKinney.
TAKK  NOTIOB tlmt I. Chii-.. .Irllliili Qren
MBgenl for W. J. Reddln f  miner's
"oUi  S     I "J.i■ .ii i! U.11. Iln-I", lr.'i'Hilii<T»
s .   >j.-.v. Intend. ■■i\iy .1*)^ fi
THE CANADiMI
Bank of
COMMERCE
Head Office: Toronto |
EST/IBLISHEJ ;r
SIX ;Mil.i |.
,»j.S
Silver Bell Consolidated.
 ..« "i  0 ._,_.. I was tuel with in several opening. ..„
it does not require such a large oul lay I the lead. Specimens from tbe bottom
to successfully developsnd operateundiof an 8-foot prospect hole assayed W
operate a free-mil ling property, I hei per cent, copper and $3 In gold,
directors req nesl ed an expert whose The "Spokesman Review" said recent-
judgment could he relied upon lo Lei ly: AJorrisonfRoundaryCi-eekJisniouu-
on Ihelnokout forafree-iuilliiigrlaim, tiugskyward. The stuck wns bid up
and they have now the pleusure of in- j to 16 1-2 with none offering nt less than
forming ihe shareholders Ihal theyjlft Eastern Canada is taking the stook
have secured a working iion.i n>. ti,,.,.,., f|Cely and the price is advancing there
., the m a iftpid tata. Th
amount of „ wmilar
m   ,        *   ih'*. huilding at Ok-..,,,,,      'k-"-'""'*-'"'*'"lic.Tii:i^    ,,'      l,"",r' * "■" i
axmXdssr&Z ' i****' ""J[M
SSffi^l W-. Fa.,s
■7* « (food soil and „ ^   ,^   "" ■_____________________________■
hreeeHsemi,,,. KH"1"1 ^ tto. I &   Wittrthme. Acconnto ofOorpon, »ft*
••«- ^ortnern. "n,||"i'^idtiais,i,,'n"i »h
^^^^^^^^B ' I tt'l'liis.
Nelson &  Pnrt   CU .    . t>"'f*<.Oomraerrialt,rfdii>.ft
« ron Sheppard, |prs (,r"oitsai.di'ircij.r .\■.!■-»
Hvail,*h|.. in nnv (..nl nfthi ffo«
"  AXND  - - I      iTinn^vi    , .n|.,
This Hank Un* thelsrgisl M
Hnimhes of any bank ia ( i *
agencies hi New Ymk, I hbjn
Orleans, Skiigway ami DamosCd
claims in Camp McKinney
Pathfinder, New Fork and
being near the Ecnndoi, 1' .i
other well known propel,: *
being vigorously pros
„ liriuWater*
nu onp, [loo, (Camp McKinney) Toronto and
noy uud Montreal are arousing from the sum*
Work is mer lethargy and this stock which whs
..,, ,„..ai-ijuie[i on ihese a prime favorite i.i*t. winter, is agalu
three claims, und tbe lasl repoit from becoming popular. The price bas not
the Superintendent siiitesihal agoodjrii'en but lhe orders in hand are
strong ledge has ulicady been found (sufficient to clean up ahoul .ill the
on the New York, which is appaienlly j weak slock olfer. d.   Bids of ,S 1-1 were
the .«:iiue as tl ne found on ihe ficuR-l offered    without   response.   The   in-|
dor, und can be traced hciims Lbe Night sliillaiion of machin»*ry upon the t rys-
Bmnl.ler, Development work will also '«■' *-ll|tte iiiine and the wakening in )
,    , ,i   /, >./■ , .,    0 .,  I teres) in lhe Mever«< Creek district has
be done on ihe (i'Id tup and   ne I .tth- ,     , -, ,.     ,, ,     -,,   ,
! Ciiiscd ji ileinii.il to,-Mie-liick  of ihal!
finder.        ^^  j conipnny snd 0 1-2 was bid for it freely
I with uoue offering,
Ex-Attorney (tenors! Martin.
The Cellar.
Unto, I;,,*, ,, ,,
need ji..,,.,,,;"" ""'t''" n'"1 C«^ools
;,""""';  Sometimes rid,
took ot ,:;.„""""T'""':"1"' '< "no io
'"-"•l.'i'lnnlM.   Up ^^^
.'r.nj.i.*, now,
.   . Approved Notes 1/
turns made.
Red Mountain Railways. L a K,,rai .,„,,
"M Lhe nf.
»•»»««««
!Tho   only all-rail  route with
^chan,eofCai-s,betwe;n    "
, sPokane.   Rossiand ,y
;ind Nelson. . .        J&2?
sacieil. ^^^^^^^^^^^
GREENWOOD BRANCH.
I). A, CAilBBOS
*l;illJ»r"
NOTICE.
HaVWQ dixnnid ol
Midway ••.\,i1-,,„,
I     rmm-irru,    '   —-'                   iii                    "*"ui 1KAINS                 l!v?.neff,ou tnorswltlv rrn
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•*fe dlslnfeotanl    i,                 '''' '""l    I        N0 Nn*WH.                   ,.   ,                   ' *tli i.ii«i,„.,k ,„,,„,i„. :,„,
.   .        ■r|i"t.   It Ik nm  ,„.,.„_.      Ill  BOINO HOI-TII  I lnpU-". I ,.iM,.:,,.
DAILY TRAINS
Attoiney.jGciier.',!     M(irt,n      ,      «
'— - *-*. ,
.  .- Jilr[ln     .  .     , The Oro Fino.
2S&**r£'&^*-^ssK__r "•
'-y the delciHlaiii ,„,!„. S||it.(          -I'lirz,;,- „fule m-       ,',(,,,„."•
ii&h^_^ ^ 5^ss_"r*«
f™J"«" ••nHpencledhin, until th    we ',    B W mnc>*. lho ..the
"wt week in Octnhernnd in H t"ngS2 >■,:,.--,..,-    Q ,, ''""
time he wiil appeal to tho full'cot t "' •'"i"' '   ' '"' i;--   I c    " view
to whether chamneru* I   . ,'"' ,.."'"1':"   ,;1,'-'•'■   Im   tin   .?n   i"1"""'1"''
this province  ""'" "^ "'"»""<- in  littles  j.   ,„,,.';   g ld' ','"•>•• I'-n.g,
vev will '■-.'. Hellew-Hiir*
* I'niliipl.   n
n/e ilj-iiifui'imi.  li I-j nol i-Jii-iin.
and thatlsonoaf tberoasonfl wtiy it Is
In such ili'Mniiiil.   Iij'.uli ihe •lull carbolic acid is froqUOIlt,
In adilitimi In it- 'iie as a general <!i-.
iiifcetiiiit. i'KK(M,I,V is an Bgroenblo
tlcodorlzor for tlm sickroom,an nffbodvi
■1*1*11 a. ni.
VABCUS.
I2ill,
Train leaving   .Marcu*  ji!  1^:11 .1. lit.
makes close connections .ii Spokiuii.
with trains for nil
 "":  '.I   .»!
any claim  ndiiltist mr
•liii'rJlc-l lo prcHi'iu ihi'in
Midway, July um, |S,ri
H . II.
ruuiN_.
N BAR Midway, nrlflftommr aw !«[••!
.    by proving property «ml iv>.*i"K '"
■.*~r„„. c.     - „,,     P* Coast Points      .im™, r,™	
l'«mor,-,„,i !,   Vhlckroo",''*«"tre.i|v,'  .        ,„ W* ,,?•.   SfPtOTlngproperty i W
hurt.   '   f"*-'»'«-ns c„Mail(l ,,,,„    i       (I..*-,- connection,   «.   v„, *>dv«r(is«ine.iU Apply at thf oft
li«sknhi»™.?u,sppUoft0(,nl"tr8«J :    >   ■'""'"'••"•"''•"■Kiisio'.'i   , ,;"' ,VI"'
""*-;r:~ few : : \\k_wmm ii
^9«€6« !    »—• '''V<'-'^  coih,,'',   T%™«\
FOUND
I
to    ux |irunrt„ ,.._.   ,  .
-MrertueoienU  Aji|»I> at \Mu '■■"■
wod dS__ff of «M"V '""^ •
-*■»»»««««
FILLER BROS
DRUGGISTS and JEWELERS
GREENWOOD, H.C
at Marcus
I ■■ ■   L.^^^
31 A. or^aj3C«ow,
G' P'*T.A,
NOTICE.
ll.   KKYKij	
food Accommodation,
Best. Liquors and (.Mgars
Flral-C'lat*81
ARMSTRONG  B.C
! Kwr,
thai l
PSJConiiDepeialJo
AT "'I'llK AD*' O
^ Pi
M®'ti**^*^*«S»'4*Kij«^ i, P.L., AUuuni   mi, loo...
; in the English after all.
jtrand Shad well hna written
onduu (&»«•> "Daily Mull."
jigo, us follows:—
^learned with pleasure, lhat
i ln-aiing the adove title have
I in Kngland, I mind you the
| new and concluding stanza:
hi* half of Europe hates lliem.
| would joy in their decline.
Ire's something in the English
,rall, . ..      .
ose who hate them  most re-
. jt the thin red  British liue,
nd fe.ir their scant liattalions
||er all;
j know that,from the colonel to
j .drummer in Ihe hand,
s not aslngle soldier In ihemall
ild no to hliiul desti net ion, were
li'ii country io command,
.1 rail it .simple- -Duty, aftei all.
 .0 a	
| World's Oold Output.
Iroiliictiou of the precious metal,
bout the world, for 1890, in esti-
(ii $840,000,000.  The returns for
L foul' months of the year show
■ ratio'of incrtatii'd production
es, mid will  add 160,000,000 to
uctlonof 1SDH, which was $280,-
k hiinging the 1800total product*
'. to UWMI.0W000.   The  increase
lea alone, if maintained for the
he year, will make the output
country $26,000,000 more than
fu HUS.   Forthe period of thirty
1861-189t(), the average annual
tion in tlie world wns very even*
itained $115,000,000, never run*
:i,v $00,000,000 nor above $130,-
Fi >r the seven yen rs 11803*1880),
In j il ai'crage wae double that,
1,000,000, increasing fnun $157,*
l.SU, 10 1340,000,000,11118)0, -
T«K  ADVANCE
will be turned over to the chamber of
commerce under whose auspices the
eip-J-sitioo is given. They will not Iks
thrown together in a prauiiscunus pile,
but will he carefully preserved; in their
individuality, The labels and descriptions will I* carelullycaredforand kept
with the ore. The chamber nf com.
metre will (hen be ahle lo keep the exhibit* stored away for the following
year, or will he ahle to mak** ao exhibit here in Spokane if it can Iw arranged
to do so."
 *** .
t\ vMee dwave.
The Nelson "Miner", is respoimilie fnr
thc following:—"The Kev. II.  Irwin,
better known.*)*, Father Pat, arrived
in Nelson lastqight prepared to handle
the willow for his cure of souls to day.
lie gave an interesting account of a
narrow escape he had  the other day
near Rossland,   Then- had lieen a con*
-iilerahle amount of thunder mul lightning accompanied hy bailstonesand his
reverence, who had been constrained
in pay a pastoral visil 'a cheval' was
riding past a clump of trees when a
meteorite decended and with nohe a.i
of cannon, smote a tree haul by.   A
similar occurrence happened near the
church when he waa officiating, only,
on this occasion tbe meteorite struck j
the Muff above the church.   A specta' |
tor who witnessed the fall of the met-1
eoritetold Mr.Irwin that whenitstruck
the blnff the rocks flew up as if a big
blast lunl lieen Bred.
Keep your eye Dn
Free Miners' Certificate Fees.
fanent ore Exhibit in Spokane.
■ Itiiiudary Creek district will
irgp exhibit of ore to Spokane,
oxxitxn is of interest :—"l-'vi-ry
pie nsk uie what in In lie done
Miiinenl exbihit whirh i-tnU'
t lbe exposition after it is nver,"
im^i Holster of ihe Spokane
■ii"ii ' Similar inquii les are mm-
i n-liiry  Ariuslitinir.     Many
ibal Spokane nughl to lake
^hihil and put il when1 il can Is*
fy all visitors lo ■ lie city. This
lie a nood Jidverli-i-uienl for lhe
fof the country. In reply to the
ies I will suy this: All exblbitu
i an* not returned to lhe senders
The following scale will show the
: fees to he charged for free miners' certificates covering only a portion of the
| year i Certificates issued between June
1st and 18th, $5: between Jnne 10th
| aud July Oth, $4.75: between July 7th
aud -ill li. $4.60 ; between July 26th
and August llth, $425 : between An*
gusl 12th juiiI 30tb, $4 ; between August 81st and September 18th, $*1.7;i;
between September 10th and Octoh**r
7tb,$8.60i between October 8th and
2IJth, &1.& ; lietween October 27th and
I November 14th, $8.(10; between No-
J vember loth and December 2nd, .*J2 73 ;
| between December '.trd and 20th, $2 60:
between December 21st and January
Till. $2.^5: between January 8th and
26th, $2; between January 20th and
February 12th, $1.75; lietween Pebru
ary 13thand March 2nd. $1,150: between March 3rd and 20th, SI 25 ; he-
tiveei. Man I) 21st .ind April 7th, Sl ;
lielween April Sth and 2.*>th, 75 cent
between April 26th and May 18ih, 50
cento; between May 14th and 31st, 25
(VII ts.
The aekoowledged centre of tbe
4)j WEST FORK MINII BELT.
Lots will soon be on the market. ■ Easy payments.
Fop full particulars apply to . . .  .
W. T. THOMPSON,
Agent, Midway.
An Advertising Song.
One nf the English trade journals
puhlishis the following parody nn "I
Don't Want to Play in Ynur Vard"|
which it says, isi'iiim; tlie rounds and
is likely to prove a hit:
We don'l want to tiny ai your place,
We don't trade there any more;
You'll l«e sorry when you see us going
to some olher store.
You can't sell us any  stale goods
We have  opened   wide  our  eyes;
We don't, want to trade at your place
because you do not advertise.
Applications  for  Certificates  of
Improvements.
Notices advertised  in   this week's
Auvancb are those of :—
Itailja and  Radja  Fraction, Camp
McKinney.
Ecuador, Camp Mr Kinney,
Something Good, Keremeos.
Excelsior, near Penticton.
Web Foot, Kruger mountain.
Oro Fino and  Independence, Fair-
view.
Paymaster, Bank of England, Normandy andAnaconda, Graham's camp.
Fairview
-:- AND
Camp McKinney.
Commencing August 1st Hall's
stage carrying H. M. mails will
connect with Snodgrass & Sons'
stage line, daily* at the "Sandhill," 5 miles from Fairview.
M_>!_4_>!_t!V?^**'-^?V?V?Vkr*?vMv;v*!'';
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_^_^_________________J B.C.
Beautifofly situated at tie erataee of Boundary Crook aid Kottlo Biver.
WILL Bt The most important railway town in the  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.
fo fo fo        I 'le distributing  point for   Upper   Kettle  River,  West   Fork  and Camp  McKinney
W W W 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
^^^^^^^J      supply and favorable sanitary conditions.
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms...
 . SKXI) KOI! MAI'S. PRICKS AND KUEL PARTICULARS TO   :	
fofofo
1 fo fo
fo fo fo
fofoQ
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fo
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I ,1. !•* PKJGOTT, Manager,
.\ It Lutidou & Liuiciiabirc Building,
i:,- Montreal, P. Q.
ylm^r*
THE MIDWAY CO, Ltd.
B. JACOBS,
Agent for Brili
'CDS, |
ish Columbia,      \)/l
Midwav, B.C.   Oj_»,
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forLADJE^L-HLLDRK-V and l.tNTi
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Have yOU Seeii the kswtifnl ditm-r sets w,
importer? if noi a«"» **—*' *~ '   '
Ausuit 1-th. |S*W.
MINERAL j « \TI"N->.
ACGI ST i
for i_tw_SI__iHS,,r i'r.-vT^;.::"'1*" ~tv"iab,e ^ ■_* M|* ».*■^ ^p* Wu>* • • • ~ • ■        - • • -«•» >n
gg_*£ _„„_m . „^^n _ _ _ G00[) flMQDJ1TJ0Ni  £VERy[^,, -
Commercial and Mining men s*
at the-Fairview Hotel wh
wl-itcstonevajvtothe r-,stlie>u-l,inawa„.. '        M. 11,-n-tt.     .    - T»-J*-	
■'fiit-chaku.'P'-.-td'Vi'i'd camp.'rtliiii —*———__   _
? &S_ ^rtm^nt i-nin^,,, „,,,,.,., ,,, A'w      J . .i,        '^    RflllMn/IPV
V
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Olir Dress Goods Department ww* 'i«it-<-•■•'!-.'•"•• •*■' ■»«-• ,f
the seasonatile gooat ttajt lieen fold, hut »«- >tii! lliink lhai w
ahle to satisfy almost anv taste.   Silks. >jitiiij- and vel
colors for trjmmiogs. and. .*jbi it waists.   A ne
shirt waists has just arnv-td. ____f_____________________\\_\\
Our fine lot of Groceries are awing in wiy. i__ud_« fine a
emment'CrearoerT butter, al*-ofrt>h made ranch hotter.
Miners' Supplies JwSit«-io-^pi-k a now -■-.:•
the celebrated Armstrong XXXX Flour jus; r   ■
HAIN & CO.,
AT THE OLD STAND : :   POST OFFICE STORl
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■^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        ^e*€***>'-'*r6*rS-€-€-S-i.$>#^# Hamilton,
The Tpavelleps Insapaaee Co... I l;
* Of Hartford. Conn  *   K'If',r
rrrrrrrrit  o-^mTSt*
*     W N";■ "■,    .' iC'ropjsoD and
Hotel
Cascade
^j  Chartered 1S63
>9|  Stock Life and
ll  Aeeident Insur
|   ISSUES  the hest life insurance
j   I   contracts in the world,   N'o
disappointment as to divid-nd-J.
Everything guamnteed in ad-
VMjce. Premium rales 15 to 35
percent less than those of nld
line Mutual companies.
ranee.
ASSETS,
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'ian-l'it CASCADE OH, B.C.
1 ' Frederick ■
i* C. H. Thomas, Prop
> - i Aiu.i-Hi-aj  u
* -•-...uni--   -ruaranteed  in   jid-                                            «-,« fie
I »Mee.   Pmttdnm rates 15 "o% ,                              »»-«*4.53
I uKJiT th,tn 'br,se c,f * UAB,LmES. . . 17.w0.i00.j9 f
I line .Mutual amnnU. _                                          -™.. >  ^
January ,st,,8o7. *   |lUm"^_W
5io.884.s3 J       L :..,-.;.,w.x.j: P,,emn.
_U_ard, Harry N^h.
SURPLUS -, n-e.   , *
"J*'   • • . . 2.9/6.424.30 •
—■ . ;  aj
The Travellets Coml.ination Accident PW*-. 1
-ixiaeni Policy p„arantee<j fora/-, iH..„ 1   ?
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Limits of   Weelrlv  t,.^
XIf_____-, •   ^e^nity $l?soa I
L beco. Edwanl H..Mortimer, j
AnrsTlfi. MfT^
^,,,,*;;,r, MAINLAND  NU PSERY  CO":
'•["^ohn L'niitliwaite and \\ il- 	
LADNERS,   -   ERITISH
_ujcsmta
AC&OBIli
.M.^vidiu^tu.   ,ll   _*»_*,   Jewel
•Jd., to C*__
D<*th Beoegt J^____H_____________H^______8»
■*«• of -Sgbt of Both Et_   ' ,!       i'°* <* P*****! Haad
}-«* <rf Boti Keet or Bwh Hand*    ; or,       \"* °f ^ ''       ' '
kw of One H*_d __ CtoeTv      S       }** o' Uft Haod
Oi*r SreaAtTiEs—Varieties 1'rofiwble
1 rees Free trom
•uwt-gr u.
Cairo-Jioru,, .«. j. ^ WowL
_3^,a^'3*aSS-^, 11" H"S£^"'
°r* *»*«-..^h__,_,;;;7  r
<taw»too__«T_!___  Bosnra?si
Other sums.t projM.-:onater.Ies^^^H_____l
,oXK'^.""'~'' S:*.***.!*^, ;4'''°  '"'■V'-MK.VTAL THEEJS.   ,',
ABANI> MCESTS.
Send for Free Cat
"uotniP.
•*♦-»-
OSOYOOS rUNINQ DIVISION.
j H. PflRKlNSOS:-
Sg*rei.W?^--TANADlAN
4h__:..BNSff.. PAPTRTr
*   .Financial.
j;V ^eal Estate,
,*<%.     Insurance and
Records for   the  Week  Ending
August nth, 1899.
MINERAL LOCATIONS.
.U'GrST 7.
Monarch. Has. BoTesand Geo.Taylor.
Manhattan, A. Wi. Grau-y.
fold Brook, 0. E. Anderson. ^^^__
Colorado Madura, A. J. VVbeau-ly.    j
Golden Crown,C. H. Gronwold.   h A,..,      „
Iron King. J. B. Richardnon.  '    " T""
AtnorcA
KdoH Hill. W. W. Hodson.
Grand View, John McK'innon.
Lake View. E. A. SU*nL
,,..;ir.»t.   n- —  --
•> FURNITURE •:•
Now is the Time to Furnish You
Beeeiviiig new Goods Daily.
CREENS   -   Mirrors   .   SHADES
CURTAIN POLES ASl) FIXTl
PICTl'RE AND WALL M0UL1
 R^FRIGERATORS
1&.
9
ining Agrent
s^ngBBSt m	
••VOTARY    PrBLICM
i aii view Townsite Agent
 m	
... avtmxm...
R. H. PARKINSON',
riioxitw. a. c
■ *'  *
ComiwptTOdence Solin'ted.
W. H. WEBB,
*4__ Practical
PACIpIC RY. liSvgr;    j   MIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED 1
SOO PACIFIC LINE. J^S^ 1 Purnil^ * ^*r4 Co.
m.~~     Isffia^^   j^^--f
PIONEER - HOTEI
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,   nt-hprtiuw _^A^^
ATLANTIC and PACIFIC ^-VlV£ .
r-M.     BASTBOGSO WjSu
t -   Tes S'oamoM.     at      o.o, -. «»«1L
,"    *»TBO(-.vD      ' K?3r:.?S,fiis
( 0N NE< 'TIXG STai M ER l >■ KTlFICATEg OF WORK.
Leave.. Peniifi *. T      j AfersT H.
-d sa,UI; J;^r-nn^^ uttie p^* »^ &*_,_.
• ? at . a. ,-n_ AIGCST9.
^^ ^ PS-BSetoo .Mondavi  Wfd ) PoL,r Pw' Thomas Hawki,,.
w^day^ anr) Krfdaw at lT-'t, tbax«___
,-    t^^f^ooD Cm   B<
class* I.iv,-,y ,s,  . r        * Koaj artonjiuw
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Midway. B c   TL _s___h______-i	
^»   "•V.     1 nrough tickeLs tn ^!l c* i^wto8___T^!_JS ."H*"1*. W. c   5
You Want the Best and the Che
PROP3'
Accelerated service into the •% ^JSft_ Kk f WOVEH WIRE FEXCIHC
Kootenay Mining District.    S?^^^;'^''%' S1"!^^^!^!
THE OJflT PMFECT FESCE.  MM
«« • WOVEfl WIRE FENCING
Xtrinr* mxmr	
Km,,
»«_P»l»ia.g
OP ALL KINDS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
CABBIACS   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
ice.  rar.i,^,,^  ^u  jn, J
■no/.lirl 4 ......    ' ■ ' •     _i .
points at lowest rates.
Briti-h I.i-.n. F.;il. Fnm-h hi I.  \V.
>ijj'.'"i-i. G.   II. .Maiirer and  J.  Vf.
m________________________\ Ii,irt.-".
Fnr full infi.ruiJitioij as to time, rate;
ef.. ttm for  c-opie* of C*
Pacific Hy., pt
I /"* ,!
II H '
Mod,
Tm O-iTAR-0 *.RZ FE.iClNO 00.. ua
.'-1 I   r p
*..=u3ia„  Mrs.^Tv!" i"t,*rest* •*- iJ- Dav U
^^^^^^^«.     vp-y to ____n_________H^__________i___i^_____H____i
-      S'L SMIT'i- "**  **k :,'ourha*-d*are merchant rn*,v m ,.
"■ E•J'™•'•,;;     FJsrstcSfs u» .Hi.„iTTb;e?°;ac,urcrsatp'cio»'o°i
*• ''• P. a-,,.      b, , ...  fcrtJS!. en ** I        B> Greemn? Wire Co. Ltd. Ha*
vr-wtm-.r.    pwu suff,;Mi ___^y f^f--. Montreal General Agents.
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lu Is [<0',l.
James cooppp   -«„ .   .
tK'  "O*""!,  General   Aj«H  for AXD DISTRICT.        j   Mi. t    a
 _  leoii,:.,. t-
Hodgson is about agaiu j way Um
ght's illness. J Murray suMiv
Jy night » daughUr was!"*, tbe ton i.*;;,
|anH Mrs.M. Moran of Mid* Columbia and
through!
av bas started to run a erty, left laist
» i   .. .
trip (Sundays excepted)
rand Greenwood carry-
s and express.
iy Mr. J. A.Tuznreturned
i N**b<on. to which town
i on a short visit.
i directed to tbe Midway
upary1* change of adver-
ewbere in this lame,
lelville has j»»t completed
and iniproveuienu to
leodrigb's hotel at   Rock
'which town atitl v    ■    . .
work await* bk
It is stated th«: < . ;.' j;
are running a iiur ~.u!,v
vkwsly run   between   Mid -
Rock   creek.    L-    -._-  j,   ,
about a mile above iu
Kettle river a swaij-easteriy owase
taken t■    *'.
Pipes,
Cigars
AND
Cigarettes
^tov^s
^
<*-jV3 »«•***•
•NOVELS-
st-iih of
the jm.
Kettle r
lowed
Thence I
line will
ves   *****     stcr
The Russell Hardware Co..
rancber'
■
are g.o.
ptadael
*-pnr>|* a
id aiifc
***d.   A*
fine -;v
douht   ll
erlv  atr
i*nd*-d
reached
win allot
. ; -
This ten
thai ibe
■■ivm--'
terl all ..
ttm    .
»««—.—
Pld-
■de   McLeod
I is on tbe sick  list at
i result of exposure to last
' rains whilst prospecting
Fork.
Douglas. Q.C.. of Chatham,  ern Yj
Midway recently renew-Ji„(,
sjiiaintaoee ot many years j MeKhmey.
Ir. Jobn Douglas.
Scott  Galloway.   A.  8.
H. Macfariaoe, of Green-
applied for tbe incorpor*
iwood Lodge, No. "Ai, A
Johnson, tbe well-known
accompanied   by   Mr.
M_ Manager of tbe Brit-
i Copper Co.. was in town
king over tbe local smelter
aver aod Victoria Boards
' advocating the const rue-
I from Rope to Princeton
transportation into the
i country.
Jackson bas sold pan of
f dairy cattle, having deter-
. supplying milk at Ana*
I Greenwood.   He  w-'l!   r,.*\r
j business in this ■   i -
ly 12th in»u was a -js-1
cade, the firs* k»ti*r_nti*
•red tbe town on tb ti   ..
py  mark the ■*rrf_ri«n  tl
_*t th- Cascade "Becvrd" wi
link.
oief-Kendtuk Oa,   Rus-
■<'«x :■ d '.M—«,-». Jl.:
, rii.. are all arraagiag
rt'irrsai. Phoenix,   Ihe <li
rroenl near the Irojisiics an
I ii jm*.
Powers A Lequimr, of *t
raw mill and sash and do
[have not joined   ibe
ni hi ne. hut will runtime I
»ir thing with their patron** no
that others may dn. H_HS
<l McRae has in band a boll Mff-NG NOTES.
(bead, tbe antlers of which arei   The Vancouver "Pn   ine
fine.    The   bead   is being j jnst. says:-   The   saperinJ
i f-r-served, and a pur< ha**er at  Oamp McKinnev Mines, arri
•-astty be found Imt that Mr
i not di.sp.wed to sell. Xij..-
j the engines at Lequime snd t., have U-en '  k
Midway sawmill  is tempor- j ore."
<U. UNSWORTH,
DRUGGIST
•I 11 i\VAY -B.C.
xwn to
...- -i.
fr.r i he prospector. A :
-. '.hat alih"iizl.   *••'»   can   cb
:    dygetoi        Z  y. .'J"- Btmr".   As i
.r.y xA-y   ■    Cheap I Cheap!! ChsMp!!!
bb] if j     exantii -1 lbe %
—********—
;Don't delay for thestoves are selling even day.
ltd in lhe as-
ft«i!u>v in con
from  a  great
•   Well,  con-
would
r*
F. COSTERTON
Orders by Hail Receive Prctnnt Attention
~}.P..\*0.\ B
General Bea!Estate^ FiBaseial Agt.
NOTARY PrBIJC.
Atent   X*ox-pw
-'■'-•" B tal IsstntAxat Cot.
TH" I     '• "•   !" AND LANCASHIRE FlBE
I    -    .-. '.V E (,'*JY.
- '■-■-   J - baxgb Cut. op North
riC.K.
Thb i  kd s urn < isamas Fike
i  *' :: Cot.
H  L Sawyer.
C. A  Sav
•/ N
ATtheS   .yer Brothers liven* barn wiil befcur.d
**   good single and double drivers, iadies and
gentlemen's saddle horses,  and complete packing
o the West Fork cc .•-.::;"* given
ition.
Gocd Horses  =  Good Rigs - Fair Charges.
(       QiWYFB BBfiQ   livervmks
V IjAf? I £l li DuUOj MIDWAY.B.C.
# *+rt    f^A*Oe+<.-e*****
f"
V The Miners Home,
l H WW ■   ■■    *
II      . i.       i   L. u 111U11 ■ p
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9
I fca#a] Wi
FAIRVIEW, B. C,
■>
■e
*
HIS HO'
■
Cn*jJ To-.-s. P;Krty v.iurisl. *
^    axi _xx, yean experience   tv Ar .
* x-oth iorrectl,.... *
* *
'.'■ I
Si    r
m
\   IdrOltZ
of its
• III
Mineral Act 1895.
E. MORRIS, PROP.
_   Of
Certificate
Improvements
The n>ineral
Creek will J*> s
t_ePar_Eil
J tn exhibit ai tii
! Tbis certainly
•R**
owing to the hroU-^i
of a heavy casting.    The
! supplying motive powe:
^arioui machines in the firu: ".-
> door factory is in good m ork- r,let from ni -
■though. ;in,bf. :.
annual general meeting of i Provincial minet-ak
in the Columbia Town* j p^ri^.
npany held recently the follow-;   Secretary L K.
: elected directors : Messrs. J. i-jning department
Arthur,    president   :     Henrv d^trijii K\i> -
vice president ;   E. L.   Beer.  _,  ,   ~   , „     .
,„ rendv io nillili.^ ^ .'
■ treasuret   ;  A.   W.   Buss, |
and LJL Rice.
; last week's heavy rain a nick
the new railway e_ihaak-
knocked ont the Midaay i   -
i flume at a poinl stmut a mile
| the uiwn.   Messrs. Lamh Br«-
lalso went down a sbort distar.o*
■be Lancashire House and b*r a
I thieateoed lo cau«e a bad wasb-
Boih flumes have sinc<- hare re*
I to working order.
Bart. Ingrim's dwelling tease
valley between   Mj.1wj.j- sod
i was destroyed by fire last
»y morning.    Mrs.   Ingrim
in a front room nursing
*hy at tbe time the Are sunied '„, . f, ,r., lt_ liy c
ihsck of the house.   It is sop-{sample-''
1 l-ialaspsrk from the sU'vepij**-     Mr.fWukJ  Bart
Iw roof alight.   Nmrly all  the well wfaoteaak in  ■
Bts of the building were saved.     ; treal. and Mr. Ch.-.
kngus R.Stuatl is hark at bis post .len'. rf the M I I
visit to tbe coast citi*-> when*  weren
PJ* rf those he nn t were very di - Tin
i of ohtaining information ah.'»t in
onndary district   Amonsr othew Or
sited was Mr. H. Mortimer Lamb,  p i
i be found busily occupied in z-r ■■
|out the eiirrem mnntli's be to
(useful and creditaWe pohUcalkM
"British Colniiibia Mining Record.*
•-S    f Boondaiv
■
of the S
i.    I
nkHI'U
Xotice.
SoirerHise G:S':. Mrxcux Clum.
Sltoaie is the Osoro . Hlsiiss DMti ■ at
YaJe  district.     V. -ere   toea-jei : — A:
:*;-..*j-e. . j
T.. •■:•  '    11       '      * Chas. 6t Bkd-JGreec
am*! tor G. H   S aim tree ciiser'5 oer-;
, tifcmr- :wa«i Builork-Web-j
■  i^ase   Xa 'sTBi. is-j
' le»d. siitT        - ths isze heteoL   to |
aaaff ta tte l£iirine R     ^ler for a CerrificaJe !
-, ^. .......... .  ■   I-—*?* ot i..:Ar,iz;::±
I a Crowr Grart ct lie x'* x. claim.
'■•-■_--  '.-:■? ;ba: xrri'jz. iz:--
■ •   ■-       "jj!ti??k*_   tff-r-
igmmT el suck Cer..:. ~j,:t of tape*}*, t-ci-. ■: -
•>%•<*: .v......  ■■ .-    ' ■      ,.s*e.
Rc-ssu.ho.
Greenwood.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO.
LJMiTEO L'*5ILITY
:<.,■ - '.   n  this year.;
remarkable.   There!
NOTICE.
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
FUtiNGLIL ASD SNSURiiJftE (ffiftTS
Fire Insurance a Specialty.   aB0b^^ ' MAVkCER
I Citj . B. C.
THJIJ*.  DcBLOIf GREEX iEteiid K days
. . - -   '  -'apptT to tbe Chief
'..   -   -   ;    -,-       -.-. Vf rs- 'o- >rnjj-
eBLOI? GREKS.
NOTiCE.
z-rs'.i
,-..
tt bad nenr Twia
-    ■jj-iatai rf
ACM. BL H3XD
IN THE-
i
ty
ty
ty
U;. '
. Bug -
nt'Z'ii  :
■ f:.ii :•
\tr
ty
NOTiCE.
mas still richer
.Hart i T:j.'s
I Unportets. Mi-n
. F. Smith, preai*
,! Board of Trade i
;. i; ■ j.ji .ryCreek. j
v l»otb iiiu-ivs.eo
s.  Knob Hill and'
Mr.  Hart   - :■
-jij.tx-r
0s :
ty
Maj- io inly, we  ri-. ^l*.
our bnsinesis es-   \y \y
.VI.
1 Sundaj- in Inij. we
'.hai our bn.sines*
-A on SaAi'mxh dars.
rp.AniNG oo. Ith.
H.U\" :;
NOTICE.
ty
ty       ty
ST. LOUIS HOTEL at
Camp McKinney, B. C.
Patrons will find a new house, neatly furnished,
and possessing: all modern conveniences, tending
to the comfort of guests. Stnet attention paid to
the wants and wishes of customers at all times
GOOD  STABLING OX  THE  PREMISES.
Lynch k ilM
Pfopta,
NOTIfE   -    •■ "'    "ven that axtr  dars;
ttierZ, jplrtoiiieCti: •
BJssiBDerof Ua_ J>" • "•"•orks at Victoria RC„ '
rrrtsfnoi-. -foo. t^*-1 -«*Uon of j
;reemro«- "u'-i *.i<sa-
tie river commerrj-iDi:   w1^        * T ?        tit 1^*1 i T     *
.s&sffw Bob riaii s Stage Line
rlLfE & EIsHKR.    | —. —  -
NOTICE.
Nelson •Tribune   says:
of the Nelson i.u-
n st nt over to the Qtac
•nw house to help Collect* ■
office in good runnii-,
Fork*; is a port,   .
»*>and tbe mb-i m
»i- < ... ■„..:,.    . .
Mr.
(Carrjing Her Majesy's Mails i
Meets lhe steamer Aberdeen at Pen:
nee.
. Teed ■• ■
Sai-- Stables..
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.»»>» «# «.*-
THE HIGHLAND QUEEN
Consolidated Mining and Milling Company, Ltd.
Is now offering 25,000 shares of its treasury stock
I
V.
INCORPORATED I\ SPOKA
at 5 cents per share.
OFFICERS.
DR. ERIC RICHTER   -   .'
SPENCER BENERMAN  V:- zz
C. L. THO.MET   -   -    -     .
]. E. BREITFELDER   -   [,;,.
F. W. McLAINE   -  -  -   S
HEAD OFFICE OF THE COMPANY IN
IS AT UDWAr.
CAPITALIZATION.
Capital Stock   -   $1,000,000,
Din'ded into 1.000.OOO Shares of a par value of $1 ea;
FULLY PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE.
Or' '.*..*'.      .     xx> are -' or develop
BANK j0_&
THE   CANADIAN   SANK   OF   COMIIERCE.
The proper.:'*;
the shipment of ore.   Cbms_^J - " '' ' ~ ■-z-i    ul   tndary Creek, aad assess ***~*i     , t  -
*OtlC8,
Ect'AtWE Mimer.1
"ila.*   tJistne.    w_-.  -     *       J' --.   ~ -    ™   ..
■ctoner.      *   ^ -««: («,  T^'j^*^.£&g_
TA^,JTICE   -Jm."  L   ■-..-      -
Mirier .:.j™-__r_-..rt.' ■'..■•-  ■*-!.-;.
tlUcue    \-0          -**«~»i.   ta  s:.-^r.    .,..
frra-.a** _.v w-s-'   .. :;'_"■:-    --":•       ...
•-'.":—.-.-r'or ' ■ '--'-,'.'   *^J      "  "."J-  "' - •-..*"_
ESSE"*^*"
•■ - .     - -•--:■
'-'.-■..-,...
MINERAL ACT. 1396,       ^^ BIV-0     B&HM	
Certificate   of^DP ™E8AL ACT IS*. I KNERaI
or   Improrements.  r..**-i "	
»<^cm. Cert'«^te   tfJWB nmU   Certlflcate      f
■^^^^M^M •   r.T MCTERiL CUM. _
:•:■•-. Oro   Krso   ahd  lire._*_« jccatrx   Miiiaux
.,        "•'   ""    fw ,    Skate j- "itojrxa   %'r. -i :-. if i**.,—      ^^^^^^^
*.-*.-?   _.:cji 5--J-AKJ-*. i -   » ».   ....
'emu -tt ?>n:ie„a. .33-——
JTOTICTB.
TAS     ■■*-■»•*-.---u
...
few
Lvf *_f»_r_        -.*<>*s£i
iSeate s     ■-.■r.lzl'a *ty**mfme
v   -i«IH..>. ■
-
:     "-.■•'-•...    '„.•■;,*••-'-
- ' 'tt"-  ' '*•* ,"'- - mm m - -
''    ' "  ' ,-r    ...    , .  Z
<;.-   . Z "~   »•■■      '    -    -      '.
-
-
Cum*.
Sittatt   in the (heroes Hatnf Drii^M!
fail     ■,:- ■   —•   rented: aa 9e-
Cx.x j tmammt, tttrtbm Camp.
*"**•****» *<A_e.
I T X  .. --!-■  _
Riverside Additi
A mm i __9__________m______________.  ^^ •*•
■:'--a'-' -  ' •* ■ ■
6n_unt _,r.
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***** -^ .«<■', '   -   -
i
sl
Just a Word!
on.
in Midway real esta^tl ^^ an investment
on the Riverside Um'^f^ is °^red that
choice residence sites.  ~ Y       found  300  ver>'
LOTS5oXi25 FEET   PRTrc do
F--sa„da]1;^oCE REASONABLE
W.H. NORRIS, ^ ** to
Midway. RC 0l* A- MEGRAW,
Camp McKinney, B. C
■***tA«**t*e*mr

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