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No. 17.
«IDWAY. BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, ADGOS^sT^
12.00 per Tetr.
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Soucro>a, Etc.
Midwit. h. c
...Copper and Gold...
„_.. The Similkameen district is noted for
_: S_TA«T PTBUC
:avl
iASClAL AGBJIT
JtBilXG BROKER.
amtx. S.C.
[R. Mathi-on,
 : DENTIST.
BLOCK   -    UBEESWOOO.
its ledges of Copper**GoW ores.
Midway is Coming
to the Front.
White Seulemcnt just Across *k
Line will Swell its Trade.
Quality and Price.
I    While W. T  -.j::
'price of the  g    Es s
MItfEF5       - -
mmtn -  ■
; '-    ■re noted for the
■"-. 'SI I.
Earf> Railroad  in'   Telegraph  Connection with Republic seems
Assured.
rood Assay Offiee.
Lacfea-M, Pro*
Jr     -rid   Analytical
tic* mist.
mti
*W. T. Slxa^fox-a. 6c Cj
[i.VNEY   ..>"o   SL. • A N   I [TY.
SIMILKAMEEN *f
iland.       nc)>»*»^ FflunrcniT'e mtut
it umaed uw! Reported tm.
THERLAND
ty
ty
PCBI
• TO MS   BROKFR.
i o___mm as est.      p:
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.,«.-> trnu as- Keremeos  ISmfl- •
- attracts made.
■ t tty mail or '.ciepjor.-
RYMPLB
. ...-_m&iU-i
*u__1«-    H**rns_w_f
iec«T.     Fairview   30 miies £ -5 -Hile Creek.
■inemi Ac: ___B^J '
miles. ^  Qfnjilp anij Cfnpn in nnnnflfiliflll
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ESTATE
I  Practical House and Carriage
PAINTING
'"'■'■     - ..: S<jn Painting. \iso k_l.somin!nc
_ad ai kins m Decorative Rforfc executed bj
E. Nash _ Co,, Midwav and Greenwood City,
NG BROKER.
■.-^r.ies
Exam
ined   i  i
Reported
Oil.
R) NWOOD
:   :
B. C.
T
I
he Ri\ersideHok-.
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ti-QcuvIL A
icSS BROS.
;is aad Assayeps
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i }   Uraxixar   witb    fur■-. • <-  and
Eknl _iacni Propcrae*.   Proper-,
us-_   A.«af« aai a _■;—_. * Ow- *
Ei I • *. i.re-*1?. B.C..  on   toe  wain - it**  of    travel
between Penucton -.nd all Boundary Creek points.   Stopping
place lor stipes.
Good Fishin? -:- Good Hunting -:• Bestof Accommodation.
9. XL **kg«tirr
e^t>
fttemte.tr
fi*'ixU.
mi & MeEotipe.
lines and I
E- Real Estate.
rood aad Camp McKinney.
CHEEK HOTEL . . .
| MOCTH OF ROCK CREEK
! = Midway Meat Market -1
|                     K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor. |
I _ #
* At tbis establishment customers can get tbbkt rt :uts of *
* BEEF. MUTTON. PORK ind VEAL. *
|               ■              — •
J Ifcutl a- M■■•■■- f   • *    - ':' -" *n'* -w'*-i    Chfl hi I -" I a good joint *
1                                           for dime* to-day. X
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ending '" Republic pasw-5 *.--•  :z'I th
I Cunew mlBey and along Curlew  Uk^
• tb than—M_ md lknw_a_i  : im
<ffttfle piaii— Uu-i  m  e   >r  *•.>.
It :s one of the most i-faanaing pi-i-es
af c-i'iDtry in thr i   I  h-wesl   and uiii
support a large fanuiiii  r.-pi:i.it:ur..'*
KIDWAT trnx BSSXXTT.
Tht   Kportaarc I    '-.  tmaj    i thr
. M i :' t. k j ' tan at * ith thr
phrj-inl ft_:nr-~ .-:;•■
:>* <uit<?d that *Dr Kettle river crts**
the Internationa: homdaiy Ik-eat Mid-
war and at'tiM* making a rough semi
circulai detour of about 25 n.iles reenters Canada it Car*-J>n snnie Por 12
wihililw -v.*' I Uldxtay. I irlew
-- <. '• *Cr heid.'f ahirh :.- ^beflour-
-,-. rz ■   '.: ' - '   wn ol Sepuhiic. W oh-,
r * 'ne Ke't.e river .t L'ariew. istLAii
— ::.-•: -jj' i ■ ■ ■ IS . ..— - ath-e _l I
MJda-iy. Between Midw is- tod Ci.r-
rv •_:■ Kettle icenemllj
• igri
D-tjU'iD-Ttos   torn i.
GOOD STABLING
eVert |.Taking.» K»ttie Itixer^il
Wm HOTEL,
K   KEYES,  Prop.
p '""rmi'id.-xtiiin
ra tad Cigars,
.-',,^,-x hm Stjihiing.
ARMSTRONG  B.C.
rani, b -'    uturmJ _
mStA   The HMnpatati
nurohers if rhi» d^«HPthle dam mho
have hitherto dune )xi«ineM> with Midway Omtthamta txemg larxelx added tl>
':.-   ..•..-■•<.» 'he .!!.■ -re eficonritgiag.
A  __KW_T THOU  RKPTBUC
That Midway's pn»pert» at int*re_»-
ing benelit fr-jm ronnertioo with the
■•-•tintry Immediately to the south M_
brigM Ls evident fn>fn tbe fact that
newspapers publis,h«i in other Bound-
jiry towns are adopting a significantly
..tered attitude towards this town.
~ - ■ j-.v t«, !*• expected from the
Grand Forks "Miner" the present edi-
"• r >f which iis fpitn his nh)re compre-
heariva view of the pmrition and
ta BaaMtOM soun-es of information
better  ahle   f...   grasp  tbe  situation.
- -    a"   ;    wiih the question  of
I i -ite for the Mother L)de
.        .     -.   ■•       ..     .-   J,- -_\   ;;;,   ■; ,    ;. . ,„   f,Mj(
•    ■■■••■ -v . .1 ta havr ■ be new .smelter
•'-■:   ii   3"undary  Falls, three or
a  ,-,..,xk that place, but it i»
".:■ -water power there will
pf,vt  an  itniu'-ement  for the reason
that it .'■: toa   jliuited  a  character.
. ■ .•■ '.v:!l   be  a   more  formidable
- :■ Ml here is an abundance of
he   Settle  river, and
:'--.-i.    More than that. Mhl-
- car the International bound-
i:  the other side of which
-  - -j neb   .re that will come to a
I :mhia smelter.  Bere a new
tbe one     aaa.   WiH the
Sod    :-  Railroad to be built
•      -  .   :  'hrough the Colville
- *■       tug   ■   Wdway or to tinuid
-.-      S r -  l   aee  reing made to
-  ■   '   '   -.-jit-dlv probable*
..-.- a Q he hii'lt.   Both
Lode   -j -."*-r    ird  the
seek rej*-rvation
These ores nu-t .■orar over the
\   tti -    > <r being located
. •:   Bi       .:.'.   Therail-
■-. -■.."-.    :' the boundary
:--.-    .:..-:!> hour."
B    v-;     -   .-rz-.i,ts-Trxi    -hat   six
'  - ..-    be -Jtateti.ent -v:_  made
.-    ..al r-pr-sentattv*- .fThe Mid*
- ' . . that   he had  been   in-
-' rated hx w M otRal :p":i  luthority
 d Z"  oe th'-irouchly reliable
? R.'.'"tupaay _,d arrived
.    -•  - j.i g with the 6. >*. R.
iinii-t   which  it   had  heen
greed ft I I at I*-mier would be per-
I   i   branch  line from
■ -.*" "..   Rrpubiic  and  ti.at  it in-
•-    .-■; -.   wai    _eif  of  this  permiis-
Sxm t_ea   r.. thing  has  tran-
:■-: "   sh   v -,; - : his statement was
- "- I   warranted  and  unless it is
: 'r.r ijintrary residents will  be
o      j.j.udtng that Midway
u I RetmMfe ir^ to  be connected  hy
tail aod tbat before very long.
A TKLEGHAPH LITE WW.
There is still another advantage MW
way will shortly enjoy.   Dealing with
the question of route ot the new Corbsa
•!—ap_|- -ine which  is shortly to he
■.•■•■i-i to  Republic  and  Boundary
:—< the "Miner" say-:—**It is not
yet  certain   whether  the  connecti-o
with Rrpuhlj..' will be made direct fr. >m
irit.o F rk- .r  fr"m lireenwood.    If
bi   j. 'rreenwixxi the line will run down
t    Midway,  thence  along the north
-t.ie   : the Settle nver. Id miles to Cur*-
iew station, then to  Republic, along
the «age road a dist_nce of _) miles.
If the line be constructed from Graad
Forts it will run out to Nelson. Wash ,
thence to Curlew along the stage road,
and from there to Republic as already
ihm iithi rl    Myers Creek camp, on tbe
res r***_itit. may cut a figure in the
esteO—oa if the line to Republic.    Recent developments there have been of
such a nature  as  to  give reasonable
assurance  of some good mines there.
It is but a few miies over there from
M  : . iy    My-r-Creek .amp extends
the British Columbia line
ind sl    t_ te tinx*st  west  of Mid-
Sh   ::d ieveiopments there coo-
• :'.«-.. nbie, it is not iuip*—-
Mr      i las will  choose the M:d-
"..  Reptil-iic and extend *
"■   ■ h-saw and Bolster,  the
.   :. »is towns of tha:  new dis*
..-     nnection it  may be added
"..-   A ..-: ii Corbin was iii Midway
ek md w_3M   here  authors- d
-■     ri: _-    praa_aes inr a telegraph
vhich will  be rei-mr*-*; tour or
i ekshea   -   This tact therefore
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Published  wookly  at Midway, B. C.
Subscription Price, $2,00 por annum, payable
In adviinoo, either yearly or half-yearly al the
option of tho jiibscrlbor.
Advcrtislnif Kotos sent an application.
Enough thc column! of Tins Advance are
always open for tho dlsoiisslon of mallow of
public interest and IniporUince, wo do not noo*
nossarilyoiidorao any it thc opinions oxiircssod.
Correspondence ofa pcrsoual nature will not bo
published.
MONDAY. AUGUST 28,1809.
BOUNDARY FALLS WATER
POWER.
Messrs, W. A, Camphell nnd J. McGregor who have acquired the charter
and franchise of the Greenwood Oily
Waterworks Coinpaiiy were at Boundary Falls lust Thursday with Mr, B.
0. Hililet, a prominent, hydraulic and
electrical engineer and Mr. 0, M, Shaw
0. E., of Greenwood.   Messrs, Oamp* —  .
hell & McGregor are now preparing i.oj stamp mill which  was stai'tei
— "'-■'   ■ •• • month i.s working in a highly satis
Jir
the property.
The " News Advei'tiw" states that
Professor Montgomery and Mr. Fox of
Fox & Ross, mining brokers, Toronl
recently visited Kairview enuif "
Fox sent Mr, lioss, his partner, an interesting letter concerning a visit to
the Stemwinder mine, one of the properties of the Fairview Corporation,
He states, that he went down the shaft
ami found the ore face of the drift on
the first level a good, strong and well*
defined vein, He also states on the an ■
thority of Mr. Bledsoe, that the ore is
certainly worth $11 to ,$7 a ton, which,
with a large stamp mill and with work
li'ing carried on upon a large scale,
should pay well. The company is now
using coal from ils own properties in
its blacksmith shop.
The manager of the Okanagan Vivo
GoldjM inrs,situate across the line soul h
of Hock creek,  reports that  the  Kill  last
,.»t. ot waterwiiirii
in sinii'1. No. ft
struck, it was im-
rk liy
utilize the lulls power and anticipate
before winter sets iu to lie in u posilion
to supply electric light and power In
Greenwood, Midwayand other places in
the district. It. is to lie hoped that
chiirtoriiiongeriiig in connection with
the right to the Boundary Palls water
power is now at nn cud and that lho
power will he putto practical use without further delay, The special act to
incorporatetheGreenwondOity Water
works Oompany was passed liy the
provincial legislature on Mav 3,181)7, so
it is quite time the dog-in-the-manger
policy of that coinpaiiy was made lo
give way to one that will more effectively live up to the sou it of the general
Aet relating to such enterprises.
A REASONABLE VIEW.
Several of the provincial news
P'lpera take a reasonable view of tlie
present provincial political posilion. Of
cours*) there aiesome laliidoppoellion-
isiswith whom the wish fora speedy
collapse of the present Government is
father In the thought,hull he follow ing
from the Rossland "Miner" appears lo
us to be a temperate estimate of Ihe
sitiuttion: "With the re-election of
Attorney-General Hendersou the members of the Provincial Oaliiiiel will enjoy freedom from anxiety until lhc.se.-.-
sion of the House opens, whim tbeir
Ironliles will hi'gin again, In the interval, nn duulil,' they will do much
towards strengthening iheir position
and they may even succeed, wilh unceasing vigilance and by evincing a
desire to put through good legisation,
in sustaining themselves against the
assaults which are bound to lie made
upon the cabinet. There does not seem
any good reason, however, why the
Government now in power, should uot.
retain possession of office during the
life of this Legislal ure, It all depends
on themselves, With the disturbing
element in their counsels gone they
should be able lo give such attention lo
the needs of the country and the fram
it!',; of good measures that they would
regain the confidence,which they lost
by the recklessness of last session."
MININQ NOTES.
Cariboo (GiiinpMcKiiiney) shares have
been freely deak in lately at Rossland,
where they are reported to have sold
up to $1.30.
The Kankakee Gold and Silver Mining Oo , of Spokane, capital $00,1)00 has
heen registered as an extra-provincial
company. The head office in this pro
vince is at Greenwood and Jas.Suther
land of that town is attorney for the
coinpaiiy,
Mr. J. It' Wilkes, official organizer
of the Western Federation of Minerals
reported lo have during ihe pa>t fori-
nlghtorgauiaedabranch union at Phce-
nix, Greenwood camp, with a membership of 51, oiip al,Gre"iiwood with lii
members'ind one nt. Cainp McJfiutiej
with a similar numier,
A hoist nnd a sinking pump for tin
Knoh Hill mine Gieenwooii cjimpweir
shipped from Rossland last week
These will he us-d io sinking the sh.ifi
from the main tunnel of thi.* Knob Hill,
A station and chamber for ihis new
plant were lately cut oul ji| a distance
of 860feel hi fiom the mouth of the
tunnel, The sinking will lie in ore, of
which there is a big body in lbe mine.
Mr. Koss Thompson is slated to have
told the Rossland "Miner" Ibatastrlke
of great importance has been made, on
the Oro Di'iiero, iu Summit camp. A
shafl wns sunk to a depth of 150 feet on
a very promising ledge. In Ihe mean-
lime a new discovery was inadeln stripping the surface showing, a big parallel ledge being found aliout 100feet, distant from thefirst, Open cuts demonstrate that the new vein carriesfullyl-JO
feel, of almost solid chulcopj rite ore,
from which eopperitssays of 30 per cunt
hnve lieen obtained, The Intention of
the management is to run a crosscut
from the hotioni of the ptesent shaft to
the new ledge, thus gaining consider- 31
'if.
factory manner, The free gold adheres readily to the plates and with
each day's operation little Improvements are being made which will bring
the average of gold caught on the
plates higher than at present. The
concentrates run from jiWO to ijflOO to
the ton. In regard to the ore there is
enough on the dump to keep the mill
iu operation for soul" time to come.
In thc upper tunnel a 65-foot ore body
has been crosscut and in the lower
tunnel two veins have been crosscut at
a depth of 130 feet. Thc big vein crosscut neill the surlace should soon be
met with in the lower tunnel. When
this piine shall have settled down
to continuous work its concentrates
will be hauled to Midway for shipment thence hy rail tothe Trail smelter
until such time as a local smelter shall
be ready to treat them.
 ► < a	
The Smelter Site Question.
The Boundary Oreek correspondent
of the Vancouver "News-Advi-riiscr"
wrote lately lo (hat newspaper)—Some
palpably incorrect statements respecting the alleged intention to cmistnii*.!
"THK LARGBST 8MKLTEB IN* CANADA"
at Greenwood, lately appeared in the
Nelson "Tribune." Since tbey will
probably he copied into other newspapers, ii api ears desirable to question
iheir accuracy, Fit-sir it Is understood
here by those whu are not ill-informed
upon Ibissubject thai thp question of
site has not yet been decided; next,
that it is very doubtful if sufficient water to supply a large suiellei is obtain-
able ill or near Greenwood, and, again,
that it is simply impossible to complete
the construction of "ihe largest smelter in I aii.ida," work on which has not
yet beeu start ed, by November 1st next,
eleven weeks from dalp. Of course, if
November 1st, 11*0, he meant there
will probably be ample time by then to
cuiry nut the undertaking. If not,
either Mr. Paul Johnson was misunderstood or the "Tribune" representative
was sotuewhal gullible. The public
must expect this big smelter to be located (by newspaper talk) in halfadozen
places in as many weeks, but if it is to
be on Boundary Creek, lhe probabilities are that in lhe end it will not be
many miles from Alidway.
hand,so,
u'lind
distant
i with the
The Fontenoy, Camp McKinney.
Shareholders in the Fontenoy Gold
Mining and Milling Company, Lid.,
lately received the quarterly reporl of
the Superintendent, Mr. Philip J. Hickey. The following ig his statement no
to the work done upon the property
since its acquisition by the present
company :
"I have sunk the No, 1 shaft, which
was down 75 feet, al. a point 80 feel
non h of where the lu.se li dge intersect*
i he free milling ledge, to a deplh of 96
feet. The ledge ut the bottom of this
.-hift is six feet wide, and of this six
"■i.(ivo feet is quarlz carrying gold
and galena, An average assay of this
ledge matter gave the following results: Fiom dump at shaft Sn. I Kon-
tenoy—Gold.JOt silver, SO oz,j lead, Id
per cent.) total, $37.60, Ou the dump
at this shafl there aie ahout 800 tons of
this ore.
South of this shaft and aliout 40')
feet away I have sunk a shaft No. 2,
upon lhe hase ledge now down85 feel.
The bottom of the shaft is all ore, nml
the hanging wall is nol in sight, On
the dump here there are probably .|0
tons of ore. An average assay of ihis
ore gave the followiiigresults:Gnld„$12;
silver, 32 oz.; lend 28 per cent,; total'
$51.20,
T.venly feet south of No. 2 I sank
another shaft No. 3, to cut the ledge
"ti the dip. At ii depth of 70 feet I en.
countered the vein on the eoitlheiwl
corner of lbe shafl, and it Consists of
quart'-, currying galena and gold. The
ledge is very heavily mineralised, and
an assay from ih,. |,TOt „,.,. glw |(]|_
following results-.   Gold, p=>r totidonu.
ces, value per ton $82.68; sllvei pnrton
ounces, value per ton $20.g2,*l->tidtper
owing to the union
came into the winkings i
when the ledge wa
possihle to continue wot
pending the at rival of the pumping
hoisiing machinery I sunk a shaft upon
Ihe free .milling ledge 100 feel
from the point* of intersection
hose ledge.   This Is shafl No.-I, and in
it I here are five feci of the blue quartz
which is characteristic of the famous
Carihoo ledge.   An average assay of
the quartz in shall No, I gave Gold
$0 20.   It musl he remembered  Ihal
Ihis is virtually a surface assay.
"I have hy open cuts proved the continuity of the Cariboo ledge throughout the whole leiigib of lhe Konletioy
claim.
"The pumping and hoisting iuai ilno-
ry wete finally put into place at shaft
No, 1 on ,liine2.")ih, I890,aud arc now in
running older, I am sinkingshafl No.
I ton depth ofl20 feet, This done, I
will drift towards ilie ireo milling ledge
so,-is to cut it al :i  depth   of   100   feet.
When I encountei it, which 1 fully expect lodoin lbe course of 60 feel,I will
drift along 11 ■ free milling ledge
inward lhe Waterloo ground, Thr
rich ore shoot on the Waterloo prop
erty dips directly Into Ihe Fontenoy
ground nnd if ii extend to i he point ol
intent ctlou of lhe free milling and th**
base ledges on Ihi' Kontenoy claim, it
will make the Fonlrnoy mine one of
the richest free milling gold properties
ever discovered.
"Apart from I bin, how ever, ns a very
moderate estimate, the linse ledge will
give us 11X1,000 Inns of ore for every 100
feel of depth which we work upon the
vein, anil il. is therefore easy to figure
aveiy large pioiii from lhe mine if
ihis ore should nel us but $j*> per ton
nver and above the expenses of mining
mid treatment, Toe average net pro-
flia, however, will probably be nearer
$10 per ton. But it must be remembered thai pending the advent of rail-
way connections it would be premature for our Company to figure upon
mining the ore in lhe hase ledge, and
so for thn present 1 strongly recommend j out Directors to devote their
efforts to exploiting the free milling
ledge.
"Should ihe desired railway connections he too long in reaching yotu property we can, liy erecting a combined
concentrating and free milling  plant.
treal the ores from i,«tli ledges,
"I intend lo push work as rapidly as
possihle iu No. 1 shaft, No. ,'* shaft, and
on the drift lo lhe free milling ledge,
and I hope to .strike lhe same ahout lhe
loth August. I have ordered a steam
drill,   which    will   greatly   expedite
Will k."
 e*.	
To Write up B. C.'s Mines.
"BritishColumbia's mines," says the
London, Kngland, correspondent to
tlie Toronto "Globe," "have not up to
the present received as much attention
as they deserved in London, but there
are signs that better times are coming.
Not very long ago the Economist bad
a series of letters upon them, hut these
strange to say, attracted little or no
notice, This week another 'special
sails  with  the  intention  of  writing
them up,  This is Mr. J. W. Br ball,
a well-known London authority on
mining subjects, who was the founder
of ihe West Australian Chamber of
Mines in London. Ho will represent
'The Financial Times,' tho leading
financial daily, and 'The Statist,' the
well known weekly authority on monetary matters; He will be accompanied,
I am Informed, by an experlendi d mining engineer."
British Columbia and British Investors.
The mineral resources of the Domin
hm, says ihe "Finance and insurance
Chronicle,"are being buomed In Gnat
Britain, and nearly every financial
journal, published in London, give*,
more or less attention to British Coliiniliia.    Investors and speculators are
Introduced in proBtable mining Investments by means of glowing accounts
of the wonderful wealth of this Province. Hut, lest the character of anv
Canadian mining enterprise shnuld
sidier hy reason of misrepresentation
or the ill-advised haste of investors,
some timely advice is heing tendered
to the Britishers in search  of so	
thing good in gold mines. Thev are
reminded thut Hossland and otl,er
camps can be re tcbed 111 ten or twelve
dnys from London, nnd are urged t,,
visit the Golden West and see what
Canadian labor md capital is achieving. Canada has plenty oi employment for men'and money, especially
the men ami money uf the United
Kingdom.
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GOLD  DROP,   GOLDDUsJ
O. K. FLOUR,
OGILVIE'S HUNGARY
OGILVIE'S GLENVIA,   '
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
GRAHAM FLOUR, RYE FLQ|
OAT MEAL, WHEAT MANJi
■**•*•*•♦♦♦ *************«»__.
The Midway Trading: Company!
J.R.JACOBS, MANAGER,'
--HARDWARE
Chambers & Co. Vera*
Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hjrtart,
PAINTS,   OILS, STOVES, TINWARE
■Jobbing Tinsmiths and Plumbers:-
ACETYLENE GAS.
w
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Willc u-  Inr rtiimni,. a-J  j
_    Hill" I II fnr \lHCl   HttttitmthlttitiKUiktM* j
VL,   nUL- '   tkeh.l\Le   UrlUi    Lklns the leader,, »„,-,(    l
licit the patronage of the public, and trust bj £
ing, and right prices, to merit your confidence.
TZT
JMail orders receive our prompt atyj
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate of  Improvement*.
morica
Ciunitr ton iUnvkk Minkiiai. Claiwh.
Sltuato In tho Osoyoos Mining Division O'
Ynlo District. Whore locaied:-In Camt
McKlnnoy.
NOTICK Ihnt I, t! It. PwldlMOn i
. Ihi- Cump MoKlnnoy Mini
l.iiiiliiit, nf (<ini|i MoKlnnoy. free minor's
certlfioate No, 10770a, Intend, nxly days fnun
the data horoof, lo upply to the MlnlnK Reoor-
iter for n i'1'rtllli'jit,' nf impnivoinonlx. for tho
purpjuo of obtaining » Crown itmtit of tin:
abovonlaln ■
And fiinhcr take notloe ihnt action, under
section :i7, must be oonunenoed before the
HMMloe of web oortilii ale nf improvi'inTOls
Datod lhit! I'thday nf An-urn, ISO.
II. It. PARKHWOW.
TAKK
agonl for
THE CANADIAN
Bank of[
COMMEItfj
Head Office: lotvk]
ESTABLfSHEi :
Spokane Falls
..& Northern,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
- - ANIJ> - -
Red Mountain Railways.
FRUIT-FRUIT
ijudSj
Peeehes and Prunes,
Now is the time for canning'.
IM Midway Trading Oo.. Ltd,
The   only all-rail  route, with
out change of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland       //
and Nelson. . .        v^*£-T
DAtLY TRAINS,
imiNil WORTH,                   GOING SOOTH,
ISntl A. in..       MA HITS ia,nn	
Train leaving Mnrrna nt lill ft, tti,
makes close connections al Spokane
with trains for nil
Pacific Coast Points.
-ipse connections at Nelson with
Btoainbniiu fol. KubIo and all Koolenuv
Ihiku points,
PftSSt-nire**** f,„. Rattle liiver and
.iiniiiilnn piwk connect ni. Murals
wit li .sijr'.'i' nnily,
mu Jk.. -TAOSSOW,
Q. f.AT. A.
PAID-UP CAPITAL.
[six Mil.I ' LN :
REST,   --..
ftSBI
President	
General Manager
AHi't. (Jen'l. .Uiii
II":
i; ftti-
...lltlW
This Bink ha* Hi- Int."'' r,J*Jf
Branched of nnv haul inC-un'N1
aKeni'ii'S at New V.nk. ChiriJ*
Orleans, SknK»jiy Hud Damr*.'!
Arcnnnls nfPoi|>< • i1"'!:*.
and Individuals rei eiml m*
terms.
Dmfli., Onmnierriiil t "'■'''
lei'M* Credits and t ii
available in nny pail of Its*
Approved Notes DiM-ooiilrdiW
tion* made.
A general Baiikinx l">-'"n
8 idea.
. iiv
GREENWOOD aR1;
1). A. CA*
'I'd
Aflniiiiistaitijp's Notice.
TtioMAs tv, PAfmrmoM, D«*iw*i.
jS^^^w%s&rt_i
iu     i,      1u "f s'"' ''"'juiiii'ii aro ro*
'lie'i'i iii.ji'inl in rtjini,, , ,|., u,,.|i|...i ,,,,,„
P^f^tinwlonorliiiiorelhoHiXrflr'orHaiS
„i;,,p oouwdnow to tho uiidomlgiiod forth-
iDatwl HiIh __„,] ,i„y „r AiimiKi, iw
OWcliU Administrator for tho (Jouiit.y
Ivaiiiloons, ii, c. **»«rt DWriot of fale.
The CellafJ
9*9-*i*i
Hliiku, Qarbago I*"*.'   """
neeil attonUon n,,vv   ""'	
non In tho siimnior,m<iiiili' ■■
luck nf (llniiifi'iiiiii:- I*1 ''
Nldii -imoCHEOI IN '   '
9*z>*ii**
I'ltKOLIN In ii pniiiiP1 !l '
■afo dlslnfoi tani c '■- "' '
and ilml Is ono ot tin >■ ■*"''
in such (li'iiujiul.   I'""11   "
iHillcncld Isfroqlioiil.
In Addition w Ila um.'«« ' *
Infediinl, (JltKOUN li "
doodorlw for tho il't- '"
homo roinfidy for biinu1.
Iiurtai and a nsi fni ■■'■■■'•'
IllKHklll blOlllltlllCWAI
Of uninialr.
9»9:<:--
TIiito labia .*i'»'
mixed With ii i ' '"'
good fll«iiifeoluni
9*9 ■
Ml
DRUGCIS'l
< 11:; •'
J rOOS niNINO DIVISION.
,, for the Week Ending
Auff-it I9tn, -8oo*
mineral location*
AUOU8T 14.
f_.n  Gout  and White Kid,
reek camp. Jim McClung.
tin Boy.'Bouldei' oreek,' Mike
ji and Ruby, Quartz Creek
iMcOluug.
..,  Wilkinson creek,    N. B.
nd R. A. Kennan..
lerful, Nehie oreek, Simon Roy.
■prize, Nelse creek, Jos. Plllon.
tin and EdieS., Shingle creek,
night, T. H. Knight and Jas.
aijouht 18.
„.   and   Albany,   Anarchist
fin, Chas. K- Betts.
Iwa, and White Horse, Beaver
K. Lockhart and Luoi Hollten.
twl, Rock creek. J. E. Loucks.
non, Camp McKinney, T. W.
In Gate, Fish Lake, G. W.T.Hill.
I*       august 18.
IheSter, Keremeos, T. 8. Potts,
, Beaver oreek, W. P. Blue and
x burgh.
If and Ashcroft Boy, West Fork
river, H. McLaing, Jas. Scott
F. Williams.
CKRTIFICATK8 OP WORK.
>„uav_r 14.
ironian, Ales. Cameron.
leberry.U.Stewaitl and R.Kvan.s
August 15.
(Poplar,Mumiiiit and Prince, R.
sown.
ume, Mrs. Laura Shonquist.
August Itl.
Jjvelt, J. Y. Brown et al.
|i,,I, Y. Brown nt al,
i|''t'»<ii:i-mo, Frank Chadler and
Humana.
.Smith.   ■■
(August 18.
ijiiIc and Kldonulo Fraction, T.
iml I'*. Darragh.
ii ll.iiiililer, F. Darragh etal.
Cat, Wm. Lacy.
Muiiiitmii, The Rock Creek G.
', The Rock Creek G, M. _ M,
i \\. .1, McOjJol,
THANBI-R8.
AilgllM. It.
Bv. '  iiiteredt, J.  Y.  Brown to
. l'JIS
interest, I, NV Tlioinas
I'll,
.ill interest. Little Gold
uter st,   and  Hulls eye, ■
in-k Kugel toGeo.Naden,
Dividend and Dividend
...    "iid)    II. A, Bowerman,
Fiideisou and J. C. Fisher t<> (i.
The End of the Session.
Richard ftwiwright— "Shall I
(he treasury door and luing up
iy in usual r
Wilfrid Laurier—"Well,  yes, I
*■a matter of form you may,  Imt I
' ain't anything left inside."—To-:
'Evening Telegram.'
The Victors and the Spoils,
After 18 years of Conservative rule
the Federal expenditure Increased to
the extent of $I0,03G,_U5.17.
But after three years nf new Liheral
rule the taxpayer finds I hat there has
been an increase of $12,056,264,
If the increase weretocontioueinthe
same ratio during a Liheral regime of
18 years, it would ntiinuni to six times
$12,656,254, or $75,937,621.
Happily, the people are already preparing to turn the wreckers down,-
Toronto "Mail and Empire."
 r* .	
Prizes for Fruit.
The .Spokane Industrial Exposition
announces similar liberal prizes for
fruit exhihits this year as have heen
given in lhe past. In the upple line
lhe plate prizes will he $1.25 first; $1
second; 75 cents third and 50 cents
fourth. These apply tn each of the
different varieties. For the hest seedling apples ihe pri7.esare$10, $8, !ji7tmd
$6. For (Talis :he priz.es are $1 first]
and 50 cents in the different varieties.
For pears the prizes are $1 und 60cents I
in each of the le.tdlng varieties— ei(*ht;
in number. For the hest display
of peaches raised by one person the
prizes are $5, $'* and $2. Fur plate exhibit 8of peaches in each variety the
prizes are $1.50 and $1. The. usual
prizesarialsooffered for pluiui,p.ranra,
nectarines, apricots, qulnoes.grapes,
evaporated fruits and wines. For canned fruit and jellies special prizes are
offend this year,
 X * S '
Free Miners' Certificate Fees.
The following scale will show the
fees to be charged for free miners' certificates covering only a portion of the
year : Certificates issued lietween June
1st and IKt'h, $5 : lietween June 10th
and July (Ith, $1.75 ; between July 7th
and 21th, $4.50 ; lietween July 25th
and August llth, $1.25; between August 12th and 30th, $4; between August'list and September LStli, $3,75;
between September lflth and October
7th, $3.50; hetwecn October Sth and
2.1th, $'l25 ; between October 27th and
November 14th, $8.00; lietween November 15th and December 2nd, $2.75 ;
between December 3rd and 20th, $250;
between December 21st snd January
7th, $2,25; between January 8th and
•i'»tb,$2; hetween January 2|llh and
February 12th. $1.75; between February I8th and March 2nd, $150; be
Lween March 3rd and 20th, $1.25; between March 21st and April 7th, $1 ;
lietween April 8th and 26th, 75 cents ;
betiveeij April 20th and May 18th, 50
oenU : between May Uth and 81st, 25
cents.
PUBLIC OFFICES.
POST OFFiCE-
Mails going west close about 3 p.m.
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays i going east on Sundays,
VV ednesdays and Fridays at almut
2p ni.
I'. O. Money Order Office.
Edward A Haiti, Postmaster,
CUSTOMS OFFICE-
Olllce  hours I) a in  to 4 p in ;
Saturdays 9 a m to In ni,
R, (lai'dom, Acting Sub-Collector.
MINING RECORDER'S OFFICE-
Office hours 9 a m to 12:30 noon,
and 1:30 p rn to 4 p in ; Saturdays
Ila in In 1 p m.
Win G McMynn, Recorder for the
Kettle River Mining Division.
COUNTY COURT OF YALE-
Wlii Ward Spinks (Vernon) Judge.
Win G McMynn (Midway) Registrar und Clerk of the Pence.
A G Penihei'ton (l)ncks) Sheriff.
tl H Taylor (Greenwood) Deputy
Sheriff.
SUPREME COURT  COMMISSION*
ERS-
•I P iMcLeod and Win G McMynn,
Commissioners   for   taking affidavit within British Columbia.
PROVINCIAL POLICE-
Win G McMynn (Midway)  Chief
Constable for Southeast Yale wilh
constables stationed as under :
Cascade City, L) .1 Darraugh,
Grand Forks, I A Dinsmore,
Niagara, G D Cox,
Midway, Geo Cunningham,
Camp McKinney, Chas Winter,
Fairview,  J R Brown,
DISTRICT CORONER-
Dr R W Jakes, M I), C M, Coroner
for Kettle Itiver and Grand Forks
Mining Divisions.
REGISTRY OF MARRIAGES--
Win G McMynn, Registrar,
PUBLIC SCHOOL-
A A McPhail, Teacher.
BOUNDARY CREEK LICENCE
DISTRICT—
E Jacobs (Midway) nnd IW Coleman (Trail). Lieenr« Commissioners.
P J Darrough. Chief Licence Inspector. All Provincial Constables
are Licence Inspectors. Regular
meetings of Board on June 15 and
Dec.15; special meetings when ever
called by Chief Inspector,
NOTARIES PUBLIC-
Forhes M Kerhv, J P McLeod.Wm
G McMvnn, W H Norris, Jos.
Sutherland, R H Bergman, J S
Harrison (Wesl Bridge)..
ARMSTRONG HOTEL.
II. KEYES, Prop.
Good Accommodation.
Best Liquors and Cigars.
First-Class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG  B.C.
To Enjoy Life.,.
Live in Midway where Ihere is
plenty of room for reci eat ion,
level ground for out door sports,
good roads for riding, driving
and cycling, and at Ihe river lish
ing in season and skating in
winler.
Kor furthor information write lo
The Midway Company, Ltd.
Fairview
AND
Camp McKinney.
Commencing August 1st Hall's
stage carrying H. M. mails will
connect with Snodgrass & Sons'
stage line, daily, at the "Sand,
hill," 5 miles from Fairview.
Commercial Job Printing.
AT "THE ADVANCE
Applications  for  Certificates  of
Improvements.
Notices advertised in this week's
j Advance are those of:— H^
Granite and Banner, Camp McKinney.
Radja and Radja Fraction, Camp
McKinney,
Ecuador, Camp McKinney,
Something Good, Keremeos.
Excelsior, near Penticton.
Web Foot, Kruger inountain.
Orn Fino and Independence, Fair-
view.
Paymaster, Bank of England, Normandy and Anaconda, Graham's camp
We
Print
On good paper,
and in the most
approved style
LETTER HEADS
BILL HEADS
NOTE HEADS
ENVELOPES
STATEMENTS
POSTERS
HUSINESS CARDS
CALLING CARDS
BLANK FORMS
of any kind.
BILL OF SALE
$M) ^orms f°r Mineral Claims
SURVEYOR'S
affidavit forms for field
notes, etc, etc.
A Trial Order Solicited.
A_bHE88 :	
TKe /\dVar\cep
MI DWAY, B. C.
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Beautifully situated at the confluence of Boundary Creek and Kettle Biver.
W||_[_ BE 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. i
The distributing   point for   Upper   Kettle  River,  West   Eork   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
I    supply and favorable sanitary conditions.
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms...
 .  SK>*„ -POR MAI'S. PRICKS ANI) WliU PAKTICULAIIS TO   :	
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Si-iM' r\n\ Jiar-Ji ' 	
j,,, prooOTT, manage*       the MIDWAY CO., Ltd.
Uindou&LithciwhlreBuilding,     * *■***-
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Montreal, I'.Q.
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Agent for British Coliiniliia, % T
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At last the BiOCkade seems lo be broken nnd freight is rolling in,
not as fast as we would like, but something is better than nothing,
and we are prepared to show our friends some seasonable goods,
for LADIES, CHILDREN and GENTLEMEN.
Have yOU Seen the beautiful dinner sets we received direct from tho
importer ? if not, don't fail to look at them soon, Mi we do not
know how long they will bein stock. Obainberjsets of 12 pieces.also
cheaper ones of 8 pieces. Anything in the Crookory line from plain
white stoneware to the costliest cliinaware.
Olir DreSS Goods Department is not quite complete, as most of
the seasonable goods have been sold, but we still think that, we are
able to satisfy almost any taste. .Silks, satins and velvets in all
colors for trimmings, and shirt waists. A new consignment of
shirt waists has just arrived.
Our fine lot Of Groceries are coming In dally, including fine Gov-
eninient^Creamcry butter, also fresh made ranch butter,
Miners' Supplies at most reasonable prices. A new consignment of
the celebrated Armstrong XXXX Flour just received.
HAIN & CO.,
AT THE OLD STAND : :   POST OFFICE STORE
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The Travellers Insuranee Co..,
rrnmrrrrr-TTTrnr
.... Of Hartford. Conn.
TTTTTOTT
Charter* d 1863.
Stock Life and
Accident Insurance.
ISSUES the best life insurance
4 contract's in the world. No
disappointment, as to dividends.
Everything guaranteed in advance. Premium rales 15 lo 25
per cent less than those of old
line Mutual companies.
ASSETS	
January ist, 1897,
$20,884.53
LIABILITIES, .. 17,920,260.29
SURPLUS   .... 2,976,424.36
The Travellets Combination Accident Policy guarantees foraccidental *
under ordinary conditions. 5
3
Loss of I tight Hand     ,     .       $2,300 j*
Loss of Leu at nr nbove Knco  ,    2,500 It
Loss of Left Hnml     .    .     .       1,000 9
Loss of Klther t'uot                         1,UI 9
Loss of sight of One ) yc   .      ... did S
Death Benefit     .... fcflKXl
Loss of Sight of Both Eyos     . 0
Uss of Both Keet or Unl h Hands 5,000
Loss of Ono Hand and One Foot 5,1X10
Permanent Total Ilisabil ty 2,500
Lirqits of   Weekly Ir)derrmity $ 1,300.
AND, If such injuries are sustained while riding as a passenger in
any passenger conveyance using steam cable, or electricity as a
motive power the amount to lie paid shall be DOUBLE tlie sum
specified in the clause under which the claim is made.
Cost $52 A  YEAK    TO   PROFESSIONAL   AND    BUSINESS
Men.and Commercial Travelers.
Other sums at proportionate rates
AGENT FOB SOUTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA, MIDWAY B. 0. *
******** *****»**9*9999999ik99^9999**********t
Records for   the    Week    Ending
August 24th, 1899*
MINHRAJ. LOnVTIONS.
AUGUST 17.
Owl  Fraction,   (Ireenwood    c'tiiip,
Albert H. VYaller and Erie E.Jttckson,
Spotted Fawn, Copper creek, uavio
Hounett. 1,  ,,,   p
Mouta Verdia, Copper oreek, vv, it.
Itaiusdell. ,    .,,   ,.
Nettie Irene, Copper creek,  vv. tt.
Phoenix, No. 2, Fraction, Greenwood
camp, Edmund Chain'.
AUGUHt 18
Robert Bruce .taction, Copperoreek
Wilson D. McKinnon.
Havelock, Copper creek, W.S-Keltn-
August 10.
Little Widow, Sultan camp, Fell*
Hughes. _„ ,
LV0., Book Creek, Thomas Lauwo.
August 21.
King Fraction, Copper creek, Chas.
H Tye.
Baby Both, Long Lake cump, lhos.
Fnhev and Edward Thompson.
Moscow Fraction, Greenwood camp,
Alex Douglas,
August 21.
Homestake, Deiuhvood cump, Nick.
Tholl and D. C. McDonald,
Vancouver, West Copper camp,
Joseph Spratt,
Short Bend, West Copper camp,
Joseph Spratt.
Augtisl lit.
('rown Fraction, Wellington cninp,
F. W, Groves.
Seth. Long Lake camp, Gilbert
Mahon.
Jerry, Long Lake camp, Gilbert
Million,
Esmond, Rock creek, A. M. Jones.
Yukon, West Fork Kettle river,
Dan McLean,
Star, West Fork Kettle river, Dan
McLean.
CERTIFICATES O. WORK.
August 17.
Tarn O'Shanier, George Kidd et al.
August 18.
Yreka Fraction, William Britton,
Saxon, 0. F. Taschereau,
Bananza Fraction, Alexander Munro.
AUGUST 11),
Idaho Fraction, James Moran.
Toronto, Mark Kay.   ■
Dewberry, L. Holbrook.
AUGUST 21.
White Horse, John McKenzie and
Wm. Smith.
WarsaW, Charles Matheson.
Bunker Hii',    Benjamin   Perkins,
Hugh Reed and Emily J. Dowding.
august 23.
Ellen, Veronica, and Lizzie B., Neil
McCallum et al.
Nettie M., D. Beath etal.
AUGUST 2J,
Jupiter, John Fitzgerald.
TRANSFERS.
AUGUST 17.
Smuggler fraction, _ interest, M.
Kane to VV. T. Smith.
Smuggler Fraction. J interest, John
Lucy to M. Kane.
Copper Queen,  . interest, George
Henderson to W, G. Harvey
august 19.
Czarina, . interest, Ida G. Thompson
to Felix Hughes.
Sultan, J interest, John Douglas
and James Atwood to tfelix Hughes.
a.___ma*u»»   ■ nuTE
Commercial and Mining men should
at the Fairview Hotel when in
Putt
camp.
GOOD ACCOMODATION, EVERYTHING EXCELLEW
Qeo d. Sheehar.      -      -      .    jprop,j
THOS. WAKE
FALLS HOTEL...      SSI
The hotel 'm centrally loeiued and is a stopping
pines fop
«*-■■
(rood fishing in ibe vicinity,   Good alahling,
A va'-iety of the choicest brands of liquors mid cirrars at the h
SITUATED AT BOUNDARY fauj ,J
Hotel    ;^
Cascade
CASCADE CITY, B. C.
C. H. Thomas, Prop
Headquarters for mining men j
visiting  the  Christina Ultf
district.   Stopping place |**|
mmm*~mmmmmm~      --i.' '  ..i»]
stages on route tM
.
XK
Marens to Bo__|
_ Creek
kstaui.isrt i*:i> t *-.-..(.
MAINLAND  NURSERY  CCMPANl
LADNERS,
BRITISH
COLUMBIA
Our Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Column
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT   AXD ORNAMENTAL TKKES,  PLANTS AM) VMJ
Send for Free Catalogue.   |   E. Hutcherson, Mamjul
R.H. PARKINSON.
Sj$£  Architect and
"_=_ Civil Engineer..,
Financial,
I^eal Estate,
Insurance and
Mining- Agent.
VOTARY    PT7BI,IC.6«w
* uii view Townsite Agent.
. . , ADDIIESS , , ,
R. H. PARKINSON,
■MIRV1KW, 11. C,
Correspondence Solioited,
CANADIAN
PACIFIC RY.
SOO PACIFIC LINE.
The "Imperial Limited"
the^fastest train between the
ATLANTIC and PACIFIC.
W. H. WEBB,
-*___ Practical >&_,
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Midway,. B. C.
Douglas and James Atwood lo Felix
Hughes.
AUOU8T. 21.
Owl Fraction, J interest, Louis Lar-
EASTHOUND
Leaves Sicamous.,.. at.. .2:35,
WESTBOUND
Leaves Sicamous ...at .23:26.
0ONNEOTING STEAM KB
Leaves Penticton Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays at 7 a. in.
Arrives at Penticton Mondays, Wednesdays and Kridays at 17:30.
Badger, all interest, E. H. Perkins
to Benjamin Perkins.
AUGUST 22.
Spokane, ) interest, Arthur Branson
to I, L. Abhott.
Clorlde, all interest, William Rowson
to Qeorge E. Alger.
august 23.
Irish Boy, 4 interest, Thomas Wake
to Phillip Stanhope.
CERTIFICATE OP IMPROVEMENTS,
AUGUST 211.
Montezuma, D, D. Mann and Oco.A.
Cox.
abandonments.
auiiust23j
Gem, Baltimore and Big Bend, 0.
Arthur Kendell.
•:- FURNITURE ■:■
Tmrfrn ''
Now is the Time to Furnish Your Hon
Receiving new Goods Daily,
LATEST CONSIGNMENTS CONTAINING
SCREENS   -   MIRRORS   -   SHADES
CURTAIN POLES AND FIXTURES
PICTURE AND WALL MOULD INGS
REFRIGERATORS  etc., just airW
Accelerated service into the
Kootenay -Mining District.
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
Through tickets to all Eastern
points at lowest rates.
^' CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
I*V full Information us to time, rates
etc., also for uopies of Canadian
Pacific Ry., publications apply to
8. L. SMITH,
Agent, Penlicton.
or to     E, J. COYLE,
A. G, P. Agent,
Vancouver.
Canadian Mining Institute.
The Fall meeting of the members of
the Canadian Mining Institute will lie
held at Nelson, on Tuesday evening,
September 12th. Among those who
will contribute paper* are : Messrs.
Howard West, A. It. S. M., New Denver j W. Pellew Harvey, P. C. 8„Vancouver ; 8. 8. Fowler, E. M„ and It, R.
Hedley, Nelsnn, and William Black-
more, M. E„ Pernio. A meeting will
also he held at Rossland, when a number of papers relating to the geology
and mining practice of that district
Will be presented. The Boundary districl, will subset] uently be visited.
Counterfeit One Dollar Bills.
The Toronto -'Globe" calls attention
lo the fact ilml, there appears to le
quite a nunilier of counterfeit Ull lulls
in circulation. Merchants and others
should watch carefully all tbe Ijil bill-i
Ihey handle A short, description of
the counterfeit, j*, _s follows: A fair
counterfeit, is dated June Isl, 1878, series "A." A most, noticeable defect is
•he portrait „f Lady Dufferin, which
arks a lifelike appearance and is poorly engraved. In lhe connterfekthe no-
Mtlou of the head hides the right  eye
The lathe work Is very poorly imitated!
and 1 b peaper is of inferior quahl y
* MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO-
T. _*£. G, Tillear & Co.
Furniture   .*   Undertaking  and  Embalm**1.]
COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD. B. C.
THE
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PIONEER - HOTE1
Greenwood City  Boundary Cheek. B.
We iiave insl opened the ahove hotel at Oreenv.oiul f'ilv. ntnl iri''",|J
to welroiiii. guest* and provide good accommodation.   ('""<l (*«t*ThiR*
class Livery Stable,
J W. NELSON    -    -    -
You Want the Best and the Cheapest,^
THE OariT PERFECT FENCE. McMuIlen's   Fen
ring
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WOVEN WIRE FENCING
WIRE ROPB SELVAQB.
C bine these Mw.lHi|u*
No others il"-
HOG FENCINGS   AT  SP#|
LOW PRICES-
(A I.I. OTH ICH VAIUKTIW rI"°
Hi 9&m
."iliio.ifadi,rut and Sold by
TM« ONTAPIO WIRE FENCING CO., Lift
Union, iiuu-10,
McMuIlen's aro (he "iily ■.'""*
sold in Canada.  They i"1'j
led for poultry yii"'8.|n
lawn fences.
Si
Ask your hardware merchant lor McMuIlen's goods.   If you can
annotW
him write to
Tho Manufacturers at Picton, Ont., or to
The B. Greening* Wire Co. Ltd. Hamilton «fl
Montreal General Agents.
JAMES COOPER, nontrenl, General Agent for Railway F«nC"* ^D DISTRICT.
iporatloti of the Green*
,„.-Co„ Ltd., of Rossland,
) has heen gazetted.
McRae, a prominent min-
tossland, came in from
aturday night,
onstable Cox has heen
_j Niagara, on the north
|e river, to Cranbrook.Baet
i Mahon, managing direct*
-npiiuy owning the Jewel
Lnr Lake claims, was down
■ne one day laat week.
I Lewin and R. J. Coulter,
I of British North America,
fjhestertoti, of the Bmk of
were among yesterday's
jl Idway.
(of nine cyclists, including
paid Midway a yislt
[ml enjoyed a spin over the
It which is the hest stretch
mound to be found in the
touishinglyhigh
ihtai I nn the mir*
Messrs. Chas Kinney and J. 8 Marsh I „, ,„,,„ ,      ,. ,   .    ,
ai-e preparing tn make shingles in Mid-'      ,        . \ Wbloh he ls """''^ed
tt       i • i , aiiilliiiinwliichsoiiiunsi
way, for  which purpose   thev   huve1.,
'        . - ,.'. ' "       ,  • , '"*"' ■ assays have Ik-iii i
arranged for a site ui  thr South Ail- 1,,     -n      ___\_m______m________________________m
dili()lli '"""•   --hey are about, to run a 150-foot
M. '»i      in ii , tunnel to tap the ledge at a consider-
l*. Alex. Wallace came down from'..i.i. ,i: .        , , 'Oiismei
D ,   ,   . uu,u ahle distance lower down,
Beaver creek lust week to close the
sale to the C. P. lt. Co. of bis Midway       !'s rBPorted Ulilt Uewis. Pitman
property which is required for railway ', ,'','"'" l,ilVL> l,ol"lnl their dttim'
purposes, and in connection with ne*. ""'.'"Il,lmi."' a Spokane company at
gOtlatlons for the sale of hw Huh Roy    ,r„   l't,'"'','•
claim, iu Central camp.   Mr. Wallace *"m"y "'' K",l,|"""s ">" •»•■» !»
intended returning to Beaver creek uow C0U'Pl^d.aud as soon a» the plans
early this week, but an attack of ln. ,lPB out/h'-^ will be placed on the
new yesterday necessitates his r -'- ' "mrK,'t'   Wlth the ""
t now lieing
Innd Camp McKinuey are
ate Church of England
,< ads the support ofjwhich
sl.-*ll per anuiim has been
te church authorities.
Jill he Church of England
McNicol's hall on Sunday
la follows : Morning prayer
f ration of Holy Communion
,,,.   Kvening service at 7:30
|i P. Jorand reached Mid*
Friday under engagement
I. P. McLeod, barrister, of
win we office he entaiu Mr.
its been in law offices at New
18ter, Rossland and Victoria
io means new to the profes*
jonsdalo Doupe, from the C,
I office Winnipeg was in Mid-
[Tuesday with  Mr. II. T. Wil-
on nection with right-of way
Later in. the week Mr. Gore,
was engaged on the Lamh
|tainiiig data for the C.  P.  R-
. Pnul Johnson, F. J. Finucane
rot the Bank  of Montreal),
. Bielenherg were down from
bod last evening.   Tbey wen
(n on stuelter-site business, but
ke of a good dinner nt the Lan
louse.
, P. Lockw.iod, of Bosshurg,
onnected-withthe Great Nor-'
ilway   freight   department,
■several  days in  Midway  last
looking over the town with  a
»investing on his own account
•oiimieiiding some of his friends
kewlse.
. 8. Hughes, subcontractor for
iiilway  grading under  Messrs.
irt and Welch, having completed
t between Boundary Falls and
■ay, struck camp last Thursday
eiuoved his outfit and men to
Dwood   camp where he will do
Ing work on the spur line from
t to that camp.
j J. 0. Keflter and Miss Keffer left
tonda early yesterday morning
josshurg en route to their home in
JBland, Ohio.   Their visitto Boiind-
 t was a very pleasant one,   It
obanle Mr. Keffer will publish in fl
FVeland newspaper some of his im*
Bions of this district and its pros-
It
Jr. and Mrs. D. McLeod came over
,i Cascade nne day early last ,veek
I went on to Greenwood the follow*
day.    Mr. McLeod is purchasing
[mt in charge of the railway Contois' store,   and his business   at
jimdary Creek on this occasion was
lose the contractors' slore at Green-
fed, bis firm's work  there having
In  miiipleted.
.Ir. John 0. Norbom, who came to
fimdary creek with Mr. Paul John-
in I'uiiiiection with the smelter
t'prlso of the British Coliiniliia
!•■■ ■!• Company, and who recently
fcnl oul in mei't hi** wife and sun, is
Ipected to reaoh Midway to-morrow
filing. AiiJiiigenieuts have been
lade for the family to live at the
Jlucashlre House, Midway, for some
(me to come.
Missis.   II,   K.   Elliott  and A.   K.
Ituarthad an unpleasant experience
t Greenwood last week as a result of
lUiug toadstools in mistake for uiusb-
trcinuw.   Symptoms of poisoning were
[o unmistakable that the doctor bad
■esort  to lho stomach pump, i'1"'1'
■whieh vigorous iie.ilinent his patients
pvx'i-x: pronounced  out of danger, al*
hough they felt the ill effects of their
■mistake for a day or two.
Mr. Philips, Stanhopo went out on
I last  Saturday's  Penticton stage   en
Piute to England.   He will spend the
winter at his homo in Yorkshire aud
irn Ui Midway early in the spring.
Iefore leaving he added to bis  pre*
Vious purchase of Midway real estate.
»o as to he "in on the ground U
pefore the rise in values it is confide"
ing in Midway until lie is better lilted
to resume work in the mountains.
The Greenwood Hoard of I'lmle mel
last Wednesday evening f■ r the purpose of formal organisation, I1 8ta.rU
with a membership of nearly 50 aud
should prove a very useful Institution.
Its officers and council are : president,
Mr.CS, Galloway ; vice-president, Mr.
D. A. Cameron, manager of the li.mk
of Commerce: secietary, Mr 11. K.
Gosnell; council, Messrs. Duncan lins*',
F. .1. Finucane, .lames Kerr, A. T.Kendrick, J. J. Oaulfleld, W'.M. Law/Thos.
Hardy and Ralph Sinailes.
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Fairvlew Claims.
Mr. George 11. Maiirer,President of
tt
the Dominion Consolidated Mines Com
pany, Limited,, operating the Flora,
Western Milium! Virginia,hi Fairview
is on the City, together wilh Mr. L, W,
Shatford, of Falt'vipw.Sert'etary-Ti'eas* \
ureroftbe company, and Mr. G. A.
Forbes, of Mon I real, ibe company's
official liroki'i'. Development work is
going on rapidly, and it is Intended
sliuiUy in Instal a sis drill coiupiessoi
plain, which is coming om from Montreal, Mr. Mauler is naturally outspoken in claiming that his company
lias, in the three claims uieniloned, a
group of fine free-milling propositions.
— Vane mver "News*Advertiser."
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Bondsd For $30,000.
ihange report*! thai Mr. F. Mc*
token by solid mining men iu tliis dis*
trict togetb.irwiththespleudidnatural
advantages possessed by Keieuieos,
there will be no trouble in inducing
the public to lake up a good thing
when it has the chance.
Mcssis Mi'Doiigall aud Morris with
their usual energy are hard at work at
Ollalla ereek preparing to du consider*
able development work on their several
lately-acqull'ed properties. This (Inn
have been fortunate in being able to
purchase some of the best properties
in the camp and they are about to Invest in 160 acres of the Buchan ranch
from Mr. Bullock-Webster, which will
make a comiectin'g link between their
different claims. Many of the original
proprietors have lately been able to
sell their claims ut satisfactory figures
while others prefer to bold their property for the present. They know of
the good times in store for the district.
The continuous rain through August
ia greatly retarding haying operations.
Such a stale of things has been hereto
tore unknown. Still the ranges are
gaining by it and stock men expect to
see the cattle return from the summer
ranges in the best of shape and with
a bug.' calf crop to boot. Beef, hay,
.unl ii nil are the only crops worth considering here. Early apples, peaches,
and apricots are now ripe and may be
(seen in
I mi-till ^^^^^
than the
The Russell HardwareCo.,
Of Greenwood City, B. C, has jusl received a car load of stoves, ar.d in the assort inetit may be found every description of the stove.t'roin the highest class
range down lo the small lin stove for the prospector, A peculiar feature in con
nection wilh this shipment is, that although ynu can choose from a great
variety you can only get one quality, _]_______.■ Aslo price? Well, considering the quality they are Cheap I Cheap! I Cheap! 11 and so you would
say if you examined the goods,
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■Don't delay for the stoves are selling every day.=^—
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Orders by Wall Receive Promit attention
H. L. Sawyer.
C. A. SawvEu.
orchards in profusion. The
jliat more is now grown in
vored valley than there is
An es
■llHl'II,
er Still
tig for th
ompany
SI„.(JiXJ.
if Vernon, 1
Mining 1 '..j
the property of th
Knirlia^HB^HH
stuitial cash payment   havi   r   been I
made.   \\ ork will be gtarti i in   ;.,
This is a galena property, near Vernon,
on the. bill behind  the   B.   X.  creek, '
Operations havo been suspended tor
tbe last  year, owing to water in the
shaft,   wbich   will require expensive]
pumping machine]   to deal witb it.
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Arson at Columbia.
A sensation has lieon caused ;it Ol-
utiihia and Grand Forks by the arrest of
two men named respectively Chas Mullen and ltobt. Cameion, whoohFriday
last were charged at Columbia before
Mr. Chas Hay, J. P., with having wilfully set fire to the Columbia hotel
early on the morning of July 17,ult.
It will lie remembered tbat that fine
new hotel with most of its contents
was utterly destroyed by fire on the
dale mentioned above. Chief consta-
able McMynn, of Midway, went over to
Columbialast Thuradayaud that night
arrested Mullen, who is a well known
gambler, at Giand Forks. The same
night provincial constable Dinsmore
arrested Cameron in Coliiniliia. Tbis
man has several aliases and was for a
time living at Greenwood. The accused were remanded until 10 a. 111, of
Saturday, Sept.2, at Columbia, when
it is expected some inlerestingevidence
will be elicited,
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Okanagan Flour Mills Co. Ltd.
The Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Limited, of Armstrong, has
again declared 11 dividend of Spereent.
on ils paid-up capital, as a result of its
past year's operations. Since the company started milling In Mav. 1196, it
lias earned a profit of $17,420.28, Of
this $10,451 2S has been paid to shareholders for interest on capital and bonuses on wheat; $1,17.") has been placed
to a reserve fund, and .S2.SHI) taken out
for depredation on the plant.
The Vernon "News" says in ihis
connection: "This null is distinctly
a fanners' institution. It is operated
solely iu the interests of the stockholders, who are themselves grain producers; and although!)! I he strictest sense
of the word it cannot be called a co-operative mill, still tbe basis of its success rests firmly upon the principle of
co-operation, It is because of the loyal support given to it. by Ihe fanners
under whose auspices il was started,
that il today stands firmly planted
upon an assured foundation-"
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Keremeos.
(S-ioolal CorroBpoiiiionoB tn Tins Advance.)
As may he seen  by  the  published
nrtls of the Osoyoos Mining Division
locations have been made
V\v  weeks around
taisini
\v  re.
kel for.
tly to be he
.viil he paid
■ constant
1 week was
everybod)
0 transact
i -d that some
iy the authori-
requests for a
the old days a
inl enough but
bas important
il is  infinitely
AT the Sawyer Brothers livery barn will be found
good single and double drivers, ladies and
gentlemen's saddle horses, and complete packing
outfits. Parties to the West Fork country given
special attention.
Good Horses  -  Qood Rigs = Fair Charges.
LIVBRVMBX
MIDWAY, B. C.
SAWYER BROS,
Pipes,
Cigars
AND
Cigarettes
NOVELS
Ji. UNSWORTH,
DRUGGIST
MIDWAY - B. 0.
The Miners Home,
FAIRVIEW, B.C.
THIS HOTEL offers the best of accommodation
at moderate charges. Only the best brands ci
liquors and cigars kept on hand. A good table
and good beds add much  to the comfort of ks
pations.
E. MORRIS, PROP.
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M R, MCELMON, '"
I! Practical Watch Maker,
COPPER  ST,
GREENWOOD B.C.
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Uood Touts. Plenty Material,
and jo years experience
work correctly.   .
R08SLAND.
Greenwood.
THE' BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST GO.
LIMITED LIABILITY
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
FINANCIAL Ml INSURANCE AGENTS
Fire Insurance a Specialty.
OEO. R. NADEN - JVUNAOER
Oreenwood City, B. C.
to do
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rei*( ^^^
11 grent nnvii.
'•"""K   '"" -CiOCHlity   Which   !■   Kb*
I'tti'iitiun just imw is at
iineos iind 20-Mile
,.,. li.-is jnsl  da*
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Patrons will find a new house, neatly furnished,
and possessing all modern conveniences, tending
to the comfort of guests. Strict attention paid to
the wants and wishes of customers at all times
GOOD STAIU.lNt.; ON  THE  PREMISES.
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The  Insi'hance Ooy. of North
America.
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[N8URANCE Cof,
The Scn l.u'E Assurance Coy 0*
Canada.
The Dominion Building and Loan
Association.
Appraiser eob thb Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Ooy,
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Bob HalFs Stage Line
(Carrying Her Majesy's Mails)
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Penticton on Mon
days, Wednesdays and  Saturdays.     Passengers to
and from  Fairview, Osoyoos and Oroville,   Wash.,
delivered   in   quick   time,    and    by   comfortable
conveyance.
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THE HIGHLAND QUEEN
Consolidated Mining and Milling Company, Ltd.Ly,
Is now offering 25,000 shares of its treasury stock at 5 cents per share.
^U   INCORPORATED IN SPOKANE, WASH., U. S. A., JAN. 12th, 1897,
"~^]|  AND REGISTERED IN  BRITISH COLUMBIA, AS A FOREIGN
COMPANY, MAY ist. 1897.
If
OFFICERS.
DR. ERIC RICHTER   - Pres.   - Spokane, Wash.
SPENCER BENERMAN Vice-Pkks.   Midway.B.C.
C. L. THOMET   -   -    - Manager - Midway.B.C.
J. E. BREITFELDER   - Treas..- Spokane,Wash.
F. W. McLAINE   -   -   - Secretary, Midway.B.C.
NEAO OFFICE OF THE COMPANY IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
H-^^M-N    is AT MIDWAY.
CAPITALIZATION.
Capital Stoek  -   $1,000,000,
Divided into 1,000.000 Shares of a par value of $1 each.
FULLY PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE.
Of which 400,000 are set aside for development purposes
BANKERS.
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE,
GREENWOOD CITY, B.C.
The properties of the company are ill    *!-.*_  *
given bytte Vmge, or Secre J ^ «- ««*<■ ma»mmw**an_bt be propmies and slKk of -_ CompMy  w       .
a„ -_^ ,„ c. L TW. Mid™,, B. C, or F. W. Mcu!»7 m!,!     , c
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Msm
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♦*♦ .**■» ■ >^s
Certificate of Improvements
Certificate of Improve
ements.
ECUADOR MlMERAI, CUIM
__55_3%safg?as
from tho dale horeof tn i„„i„', 8'?t*' days
Heoorder for a (Srtiflca?oW.y to tho •■"'■•■■g
•ho Purpose otobwSRf*^S,p™_'omcnUi for
»bovo claim.      Wlnln,? a *Jro«"i Grant of tho
artta*'U37he„,1'Skehnnotioe """ action, under
"otloa,
E.YCKL8IOR Mixkhal Claim.
Situate In Osoyoos Mining Division, of Tale
District,  Where Ux»ied:-About a mil*
and a half east of Penticton.
I AKK .NOTICE that I, J. P. Burnyeat, free
miners cerlilleale No. 18861a aa agent for
ment Vachcr, free miners certlflcate Na
11318.1, Mark Howard, free miner's certificate
No, mas, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder
for a (.'ortifleate or Improvement*, for the pur
poms of obtaining a Crown Orant of the above
claim.
And further take notice that action, umlcr
section 37, must  bo commenced before the
Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements
Dated this loth day it May 1_&
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of  Improvements.
WkbFoot Minmul C_u_.
Situate In the Osoyoos lining Mtttha et
tale Dlstriet.  Where located: Inter
Mountain.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Chan. DeBlois Oroee
free miaen eertiflcale No. intia for myself and aaageM tot J. P. Campbell free minen
certiiicate No.lMEa and H.R Yeata-fiee minen
certlflcate Na SMS A, talent, sixty days
fromUuiiUt-K--—'• ■-•   - .m..'..   -'
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate  of Improreinentt*
.-.pnn. ui i ___________________.—— **• wm
above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section  37, must  be commenced brtarj the
issuance of such certlflcate of improviai nta.
Dated this Srd day of Msy. IW.
CHA& Dia ORKKN.
Ono rmo am iROB-cnocMca Mixbul
Claim.
SKaate In tbe Otoyooe lining Divtsfen of
Tale DMriet    Whew loeaied : ea le-
Calfe lee-tale, ftbwhw Caatp.
AKK NOTICI ttma I in—*— - -
...__, au* aays haa the date hereof, lo
apply to tbe Mining Recorder for a CertMoale
of Improremetils, For tbe purpose of obtaining
aCro-ro Orant of tbe abore claim*.
And farther lake notice tbat action aader
section SI mast be oomrnenoed before the tain-
ance of each CenMcate of Improvements,
hated Ibis M day of June, IML I
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certlflcate   of   Improremwll
tm otiob
"I'ATMAwnat,'   "Baxk or Kxcia-x:   Ts
"«A«Dr." AKD**A*-*.U>M,'    MiXOUl C_
Situate In tbe Kettle River motor Di-ntia
ef TataHMstricU Where Iocs-;)
ttohtmt eamp.
TAKK NOIICK Hat I. fori** Jl M|
«__ ■_■■* as a-ren' ft> Edwin Stalk ita
IT?* .*T  ailners   .artiflxair   So  is*
.«"r_'"!j."'.*l>'" from t iclm. hi rail um
g tne lining Remrilrr I. * i •'»'.
improvementa, for (be pun***. p/ot_ta
a (ra-n grant of the abovectim*
—..i yftiher lake noiicr ii,„: v uii. tae
"sciionaj, mp«t he oommencnl •- fort 'bttae
fKlJfnichcerllllralcof improTtmnw
•>»t*rftbl«»nddat*(fMHr. i-5'J
l-RIIKS M. KKHBT.A|ta,
_.     -MIDWAY
Riverside
Addition.
Just a Word! ^^^^^^^^^^^^
in Midway real ^VTTlk^K an "vestment
|^™SSL.__«w^
W.H. NORRIS, or
Midway,B.c. A- MEGRAW,
Camp McKinney, B. C.

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