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Vol. XII, No. 8.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 25,   1899.
[p. McLEOD.
BABBurrro. Solicitor. Etc.
Obbunwood. B. C,
NICHOLSON,
_: Notaby Public.
I REAL ESTATE.
FINANCIAL AGENT
and MINING BROKER.
kfMoKinmey.B.C.
Dr. R. Mathison,
 : DENTIST.
k-.v-H.OOH   BLOCK   -   UHEENWOOO.
BiUKTI. "."i"".
Hallett & Shaw
3ARRISTERS, SOLICITORS,
NoUrte* Public
|Addre»:"HAtt*Wl."
Copts: Bedford McNnlU'ii, Moreing k
Nwlit, Luibor'a.
kKNWOOll. H.C.
■     ll _■—■——■—
SUTHERLAND,
MIDWAY. B.C,
RUT A IIY   fCBLIC,
( UNTOMB   HROKKK.
COM MISSION AGENT.
Cuttomi entrltj pasted. Mineral Aet
and Und Aet papers drawn up. A0-
jiviis taken.  Abstract! made.
Communications by mall er telephone
■omptly attended to.
w.
DALRYMPLE
mwarn
vmi.    mXAaeaslmm
FAIRVIEW. B. C.
mlth
Kindt
or
Repairing.   Honeihoeinf
A •pcelaly.
a. ftet
«.             it.M.
McEntke.
BmtJ*
TX*
^BjB;5
tall & MeEotire,
Mines and
-:- Real Estate.
Bnwood and Camp McKinney.
lOCK CHEEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OF KOCK CKEKK
tourr-CLASH   ACCOMMODATION   Kllll   GlIKSTS
GOOD STABLING
Rxcelleri Kinhiii-* nn Kettle River.,-
iMSTRONG HOTEL.
H.  Kl  YES, Proi
"'ii  An-iiniii,,
A MERRY XMAS
j\
To
All.
n
A Promising Group.
—_*.——
Owned by tlie Boundary Creek
I. & I. Co., Ltd.
gilen
I pyrin
I Mi.* vt
n iihn found  na   a obaloo.
Smelter Returns from its Ores
Show good Margin of Profit.
And to make it a joyful one to all your dear
ones and friends we have gathered from Orient
and Occident many beautiful articles suitable as
presents.
D.rect importation of Japanese art goods in
Crockery, Vases, Trays and Antimony Metal
Goals From the north. L dies' Fur Collarets
and Mitts,   Gentlemen's Fur Coats, Gloves and \ fall nf lfoe, when n acquired from Mi
Caps; i'so fine Neckwear and other usafu l: i>. \ Hoiin kapMuiMng amui
article;
0 ir ,t ick >f fancy inl evcy dty groceries
complete, with too a "ias ' >t   ii   )i'.ri>   ipp
I i   .
crni'-erties, mince meat, raisins ani  nuts of
year's growth, citron, orange and lem in peel.
We have just received a supply  of new ti
Congos and Ceylons also g unpowder.
commerce of
,.„,ti »i.i, K,.i,.„H, nod wh r<*H«toy«ij
in |niit*lit.H it Iii'I'imuhk very silici-.  ' " '"' ' '** ' "
,      . , .,    tlie other.    I
iiiaiiiu   consnleiMlile  native nil-    , ,    z
, ■ . , ,     . ,    > tllHfc tlie 0. P.
<■'■      nines ivn show   Mill ll   IIH 11 rl - . .
.. .,  ,i     ,   .   its gross earni'
Jlllt-IIM   ot   III*.     Al    till'    HM    I o*
., 000,000 in 1805
"X|IOMltl(in        ll>«       t'lllllpllliy | | "• exiuxxi,
inrl prize fnr iht* Individual |
i-iiiiii.  bpi
Spokane
se|-|||Vl|   Hi
exhibit  I.f lit, (II'I-M,
CousideraMd Work has Been Done
18911, and I iiiiij
wholly from \
hail little occa
..,.„, two to ko ahr,
iiiiulli-ii   ■ni«,i,otal,l.v«,ntlin(-.A.R.|fm.mll,tn||iliK
 •— Iliisi lim   is developed hy a 70-lnotj n____A t
The  Boundary 0'ieek   Mini ,«r and shaft with ,i crosscut of 15 fe.it..    Itl    „.     "
MillingOompany, Ltd., wa.ai.out ■ !»•-. win ,,.,,,,,, H)iout20 feet more to «i-' K°'
Hist   mining   company   organised i
ihi*ill*i clot.   It Mai- inrorpiiritled mil
cuiiiii.-i 11, lodge, As on the Gold
liui; I'l.iiin. ihtwu workings had tn he
iiliiiini ' - 'ti account of water, Fur
thi- Iir-   ,.', leet tbe ledge onus followed
tiliue ?" asked
;l' down  nt
>   thispoiiii
Tin- ore i-
t,ni, is i■;.■
the Ilill   1
until [from fcJiis
led, ni I W(W n,;,,!,.
"Have we no
limes?" asked
j "In Wand'05.'
^^^^^^^^^_. cultural prodi
'" pwpendicuks, hut at ref,CT „,jec.t j
,1'pped oot of Ute shaft. preVHi)1 ^ J
Hilar to the Gold Bog, and, ! iwd U|e ^^
Tht* L>. A. claim lies "!'j ,lllt Iv,llly wtM
ii the Gold But.'. It was
im that the Hrst shipment
tree years ago.   The ore
Always happy to see and wait on you at
•XIPOST OFFICE STORED HAIN & CO.
Iiii  i hai  ill..
MIDWAY.
r
Hotel Spokane,
) ^^C Seventh Sl
rtidway.
r\. HORAN, PROPRIETOR.
A new building,  well furnished.    Everything new
and  first-class.    Only the choicest  Wines,   Lqiirs
and Cigars kept in stock.    Headquarters for Mining
"* and Commercial Men.
S/X/>./\^\/s.*«\
1'5,»7'77!?7;?77:?'/"<»"^'^'*'!f.^ _
niainiH—uinue undid lo—stiua'.i
Gn'i-iiii    4.    Much  "f   lhe   Tl
Mturk Kiii.s.i iln-rt  for at the time ul
organ ■'.hm-iii wns lakeii  loi-ally,    For
iiiniit n* ih." -iiii.p-iiiy xx ns in good fa Vill,
; ' nt laii-r i n 1' iri lines ch iii«e(
V Ji ii  Ut  Hi, il 'I iioilk -in i	
■■   d    •"   ''Ire   "I    Peii-iU'ii11 was taken froui   a  surfaee  open cut.
i   at m tii.** tin a"-entioti of The devrliiptneiit of  the  claim   was
I'1     L    ''■   Sinee then   il  clone liy lunnel and  shaft,  hut work
j !,.■,-.-,.,,; i,v,in, .ii .u-  Odeoce i if Las heen suspended   oil this   and the
its smaller siockuiitders who nnw rea* other claims with a view to conien-
all Ibeir judgment was ti-a-ting ui-velopment on tlte Gold Bug.
itfaiiil when they lirst put money  _n the 0. K clajio the on is a quartz
'f' i-1"- ll'"*''' interest* with gold values predominating.   The
ng forward lo tin- '■ Y,,-m will aiirage^three feet, with values fnun SI lo $170 in gold. The de*
velnpuienl insists of a shaft down 30
I,..I. On the other claims the work
done is principally open cuts.
At tin junction of Lholtand Bonnd-.
aryi.'i'-i'ksat the north end of the prop-
eri v, the company bas 320 acres of level
and ei rli! unl, thatin time will liecome
a ina^nifii t*iit residence addition to the
low unite nl 'ireenwood, There is an
aluinuan -e 'I clear water for domestic
use and to generate ample power tu
run all lien -ary machinery required in
MiiiingaiidJlilIiiigCiiiiipaiiy. of Green* t(„, develop—ent-af the company's
wood. In this company Hie Lundou 8ev.ernl |irii|«u*6ieB. Of the Mioktuis, 12
and Canada Syndicate represented iu j n,.ve la-en i rown granted,
British Columbia hy Mr, tlcciuriic* ln LondOP Control.
aae.haslli-c.n.iu.liiiit 'rest.   Ills,    ^^   |uonlhg ag0   jj,,    ^^
Mcltae of H island, the representative
ol the Luiidoii and Canada Syndicate,
secured control of a majority of tbe
I .-t   hai •- lieen
nn- '.\ i.r-i i i.e up mug of the railway
| .,1.u il . luiii .il' .i 8-innd smelter le>i
I heiny maue. i In- ha> now been dune,
j .-.i.H .ii ti u ratify in a results. The fol
I In in^ di 8 • ip ii of the p npei y is
j lak.-ii fi-i.lin a i-c.-i.i nunilier "I the
Spokim" "tip .1 esuiiiu li'-xi   .x":
I   *', i li n    in  i-f    Hi tiie cenlie of to« ll
I 1 , a u        u
| t> .i |.i... erl . - li lo.-il li.tz     ll-i, gives
j pi'.iiius. ul    , .  ... ii gone  uf   .lie   11 ti
eni .ne shippers in i m* ii iuii laryCreek
district, iiiis claim, along with 15
i ni hers, lieio.i.s to i be ii lUiidary : Ireek
over three years ago  lhat  the   I). A.
one of I he xroiip) made iis Bret  ship
• iit-111 of Inui and a half tons,   Thn
shipment   was sent    to  the  Everett
smeller-wider great difficulty, havingrtUJk,l,",:l.h.e,,^!,J,^ry Ufek Mi"'"B
to he parked mi bnrseliack In Boundary
JUST
ARRIVED
sm
m
A
FINE
LINE
OF
Japanese Ware
and  Silks
fo
fo
fo
rs
FOR
THE
CHRISTMAS
TRADE.
|
ty
t
ty
I
ty
ty
ty
ty
ty
Falls and fium ibere lu Marcus hy
wagon. At lhe smeller the ore nel led
the owners $103 in gold and 74 ounces
of sil^e, per ton. Recently a shipment of ure was made tu ihe Trail
smelter. This ore came from lhe Guld
Bug claim, ibal .s now being energetically exploited Ity ii force of ten
men under Superintendent N, Leise,
The coire. t returns have jusi heen
received by Consulting Engineer J. 10.
Leckii- from the smelter, and slum the
net weight of the ore shipped lu he
28,887 pounds, with a value of $111.55
per ton, or a total for tbe ubipmeut ol
$1611.73 nel in ilie conipany, The
freighl and smeller charges amounted
to$12 pel ton, Tlie values contained
in Uii-ore were  divided  as  follows:
and Milling "fupany, under an agree
ment ihal his syndicate would deveioji
and open up lhe properly. The wo, k
now heing dune to in accordance wiih
this agreement, aud now that the rail-
mad is here development on some ot
ihe olhet i laiius will he undertaken al
au early dale. Tue syndicate owns a
'diamond drill which is io he lirotigbl
ium hm- in exploration work.
dei d we were
with our neigh
| the same heigl
from    the    s(
pression.   Our
and uniform, a]
our freedom frj
to onr always
good money,  s
'•Our areas ,
now so wide ai'
thing as a gen*
to he feared.   '
tario's crops fa
poor at the sai
happy, hut our
now so nuiiier,
auy oue of the
a local effect.
Two Thi
On the subje
wealth Sir Wi
thusiastic.     1.
thousand milii
estimate  for
mines of souti
and he ex pres
ada would gin,
country with
for if its pi'iidu
be diverted so
neigh lairs, she
more than   sl
agriculture, he
eries comhineiif
"For the sev
Iftti, the town
its vicinity pre
we may have a
The
"The most ir
question, hv fa
emphasized Si
iantic  ferriagil
vast  nunilier
imply, i
Lhe cull
ihiug >i
ihebeai
McRae,
(■old per Ion 2z21 ounces,
131.20
ounces, ami lead It.40 percent,
Quid Bug Development.
In rn.i , a y wiih Mr.McRaeand Mr.
L). A. Ilnliii'ook,     e correspondent of
I the "Spokesman* Rev ji w" lately visited
j ihe properlii- ol  ilie company.
| preseni deyeloptnenl
| lunnels being r
As thi inline of Ihe syndicate would | coininuiiicatioi
She has added
city for handli
she has done   '
outlet for it.   '-
amount of tru,
out through N
ports of the Di
CanadaV
"A good mail
majority nfpei
jeci with l lie t.i
tion of more o'1
Canadian raili
not concern th
that 70 per ci
the railways fn11
through I'ainif
home within
pip..ii'. y,
i,i less in i
the share
syuilii a!''
I'epn sent
mil
itlen
iir.-i'
iv hat
.i.tiiloU money in al the hack ot
i'pi iie.   "Ii. is rather a peculiar
ciiinectiOn  with  the men at
:   he syndicate," said  Air.
"Ihat Ihey  are,  wilh  few  ex-
. uni  known   io  the  general
I lie grnl I-wen are all unne
iv inner circie of finance and
i,u'kei ot Loudon,   lu this
ine  newspaper men,   who
in ''iggest fiu.u.ciiil jiiuruals
il : there are stock  Linkers
;.hers lhat  con,maud  the
: lilfl  Londoii  inaikel, and
i, iiients comhined produce
i    pruiiluler  desires—good
,,king for any enterprise.]
.. ly ray is the i
will, | 'here results a K
.   ,,       ,     „      ,,           can  oe   prelti
ml  Canada  oynriical-' '        ■
^DWAYTRADINGGO.,Ltd. I
III llll
kit
t a rax
^'CWHWWWH (§)
In i mm. "
Prjrtitiil Witek liter,
GREENWOOD B.C.
#
—o—
OooS Teoli, Plenty MilcrUI,
»■"• 30 y..r, nptrleact   to So
wnrk correctly.   .  .  .
*S«ig______f__fi**®
LH, PARKINSON,
Provincial Land purveyor.
mt   Architect and
——  Civil Engineer...
Financial,
I-{cal Estate,
Insurarjce and
Mining Agent
 m
••XOTABY    PUBLIC
 m	
- ait view Townalto A(-ent
♦   ■ ■
... ADDHM* ...
R. B. PARKINSON,
^'n*..
,p0tt«»«n«,8oUolt|>|i
^6€€€^-€€f€€€€€€^€€6€^ - «
iM
_*,"■•
t*_F
ni cr'
HMtMMJWilMWilWWM*!* »»*s'i
Midway Meat Market
K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor.
Tlie  ihi.ii i ial
isists   of   IWO   1'llis I r .
ii ihe Guld  Bug'ilu- Lnini
slatui.   me original work done on tin.-  Amoii« tl
.i.ulll  ...msisted   of a   UO-foot shaft,   Laidmi   i
■•hichal ,i few feel heloH   the surface  luRraui, a
„■ vein.   Al the 100-foul   I,.,ml m N
i   was started  to calch   lugrau . "
I,       _     „ i sdtp. bul the inflo"  "'  Mr. J. W.
.i uieveiiteda colliliiiiation.   This clalNews':
nhall ani ciiissciii workings will short- hroker,   "
lybndraiuedbyiheiippei nf lbe i-wn piomoler.'
llllinejs now heing driven.   The upper1
tunnel   is  in  2i  feet,   fuliowini;  ihe     	
,.„uise,.f llieveiu,   The lower till 1,1 .	
»ome 80 feel helow the upper,  is in 20
fl.el.   The Guld Biigclaiiiiisadniiral.lyj Reviews Progress Made and   Fore
casts a Prosperouji I uturc.
carrying fl oerl
i
hy daiiadiau li'
the seaboard I
■ ui'iil.leinen cuinpusiug Uie
iirioinie are Sir VVilliaui
llu, head uf I he "II Insl rat, d
u.-"; ids linn her, Mr. Ohas.
,■, i iheniiiuagingdireeturs;
lurk, eiiiior uf the "Kuihji
Mr. Linnel VV, limn.*, stuck
il   Mr, Thi'iiiion   Liindi'v,
Sii? WILLIAM  TALkS.
sll ual i'ii 1
At this establishment customers can get choicest cuts of
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL.
§
Hi
ii"1
JEjeru   Raihvay   |"
V
Hi
Hi
niii'l
XI.o±-*A|
-Btor oa- *_*.«» ^.^-.t-rxxktaom  ■
Therefore Meat* are always fresh and sweoi    Cull mid gel a good joi
for dinner to-day. .nv OE
TELEPHONE 311*
p. O. BOX 25.
£«««««<«*
Hi
*
Hi
V
u
llli' lllUlll
,Iniul s. it
i«««*e«*s««r«
MIDWAY MEWS STAND
211 *************    i\*********    \j***********
Is now open with a Stock of
CIGARS, FANCY GOODS,   ETC.
AU the Leading Magazines Kept on Hand.
Circulating Library in Connection.
^^^^^^^^ k, and us th
ain track of the Ouhunliia and VVest*
nt   lhe fool  „f
uiliilli iii111.tilin'cl\" hi'iii'iilli the
nl  lie jiii   i'ii.*.\   iiuill, r  in
ii   il     n In a  upiii    liy   a ciihli-
. ij*. ii .    in  i M-i-,-,1  -lild  feel   in
i     I im i    .'id slitpim in Wjis -.t-iii
i ith tt 'i ,i 'k mil pu.lej
pi i I in i'i i" the cars,
Native Silver in the Ore.
tface the  Hold   Bug  ledge
eiied up in several
uis.   The  ledge  iii
diorite foi hint mu, nnd in   place
tin- form of a  lilankel vein, bill in iln
Uppi i i nun.-i has every np|
straighiening up.   Fnun
ills al only II few feel helow ill.
Sir William Van Liurne, chairman
of the i ■ I'. '» l-'"-. was recently interviewed in Toronto by a representative
,,f tne Toronto "World" which says in
part:
Sir U
die direct loss
said, 70 pel   re
the Canadian i
ness.   It really*
that, for the oil
(to towards   in-1*
rowed, chiefly -,.
and inijii'ov(.ini_
j ada and since a.'
j brought Into th
ways as Is sent
Interest, nractk)
adiiin railways ;
the diversion of
country.   The (
the more distin
the effect, Iml
iry bear the et
A $300,
"Take as anj
al Sault lSIc
pulp mills ir
I ivo years since ~
ped any of  the'.,
Canadian lines.^
from the mills
hike craft and I
nu
tuegi'
world
svstei
statement is hiuarded that,     ,t(|)(hencoi
iiiiain's aim is now to ostttbiisti bnltimore, New.
HUtesI cummeroial carrier In the this nnlwillisiiu
,,„j tu riiltnd otf the Canadian  shippers   have y
,   i     ,- I hen sense ol th"
loiiaitwiiysliyanAtlanlii's,',-;;1;..^^,,^,,,^,-
Ou tin'
has been
by open
.llill'I'S
takes
ii'iiriihi't' ni
une of lhe
i pei
probably 20
Mil-face,  and   measuring p
I he nre fnr lhe Hist ship-
is taken, mid since
. „-,- i.ial will It a pride to the country  *;.uivviiy.   The t
iiiid superior even in eipiipiiient to the carriage beyond JJ
w'liiii' Mai and Ounai'd liners.   Once and space.   On
liiisendiscunsm, aed a Canadian «J^'^"l
l,ulllpaUyWilllii"ihechief.faclorintliel    ' .    ....
eurrj iug trade of 'the universe.   It Ish
project inspiring in its conception and i every nouar in n. .
dliinitablf in il-results to Canada.  !
TheC I'R's Advances.
I, is to be noted by the way of pre-
that of all   the railroads Oil tht
Mil the C- P- K. h,*s been uiisur
mentioned,   Th
enliiely   lo An*,
every dollar of i
people  of   I
liel'less I'RSes "f i
lie Kei
••The remedy :
11 mi I 'Iml is the i
I in,; I' a'  lii yeai
seryitiH   eiiimei"
ilu'
world's nun ll
Thos. Walker, Prop.
Seventh Street,
Midway, B.C.
feel squatt
menl "I HO  '"-^ * ,   ,,,„,.„
ihi'iiSiipeiiniend  Lelse has sac ed mUe
« ■» ""- h T"r Z bZ:ZZu (  a«S of late in the percentage „
from a few Inches io as wide      rom   ' , ettl,ning8. I „f (*„mada cmilC
,,.«, anil as ,t,e smell er returns sht»» ll»WJJ lhe9e     J^ ,, ,lsk(,d   ,his matter the ,
was extremely rich.   The correspond-.I     wn"lu'„u      K enable them t„ i
enttiaiW away with bim ^^p^S^^   It tw^SSOtSt
:;;:'^0I^at;;;;;let::iid!agoi,eralanSwe,   Ifncans that the) bnrry." 11-111.1.11.
Advance ure
of matters nf
,vn iln not noo-
Ions oxproMOu.
arc will nut liu
1801).
s tbat Her
nounced her
at Windsor
> wives and
g in South
ighborboud.
ajesty prob-
nd a Christie laden witb
jtightfulness
ition is hut
Queen, yet
ng juncture
ereign more
millions of
ie empire.
thoroughly
'three East-
the Bound*
tn, that Kast*
freely sub-
lent   of uur
. s claim owu-
y properlies
ise of (leveled ~lo I hem.
ay will not,
Rie past few
money into
-. very uhde-
lled to do a
ivor to Hud
lapital is nm
his district,
ed, we   can
. is therefore
liken  to du
Is disinclined
peniiigs for
district cer*
[lothe Greeiiwimd  Ciiy  Ctm.icii, tbe
'Councilor the Boa id of Trade, the
Mineis'  Union and the   CaipenteiV
Onion to he represented on  lhe   platform at the meeting.
Sir Chillies uill he accompanied by] „.'S
Ills sun Sir Hibhert Tupper, Mr. Ohas.
Wilson uf Vancntiver, who is the leader-elect of lhe Liberal-Conservatives of
ibis province, nnd probably as well by
Cnl. Prior, President of the Liberal-
Conservative Uuinn of British Coliiin-
The progi amine fur the Boundary
DECEMBER 10.
Deadwood   camp,
M.   K.
Minto,
French.
Canada, Central camp, T. Phanenf.
Virginia, Wellington  camp,  John
districl is for the party t<> arrive at
Grand Finks in uiid-da; to-day, reception Ht Columbia Ibis afiernooii, a
banquet nt lhe Yale Hoii'i.i Grand
Fi.rks, Ibis evi i.iug and « public meeting on Tmsiliy evening. Greenwood
will lie nm bed hi Wulnesday alter-
noon.  Th cning wHbe heldui the
evening aim il'ii I',' h"""' eniivenient
t.i Sir Utilities an intninrl reception
at the Hotel Anus ig on Thursday
morning. Itis uot unlikely that the
Mother Lode wine will J* visited by
lhe parly and possibly Phoenix too,
Sii Charles wi'l gu to Ilnssliiiid on Friday, Nelson a day or ten later and
thence via the Crow's Neai Pass Rail
way toLethhlidifealicI Ma l-od, where
also he will address   public meetings.
 s t-t- - '   —
niNINO NOTES.
definite miles Tupper's
visit has a
if particular
nits   to  the
r Charles is
is of general
.as a whole
rst occasion
it prominent
.ee for him-
<rowth  and
f future ini-
iiul the dis*
itances there
kind of wel
.ve.   Zealous
his visit as
elp them to
. in a coin-
:nerous com-
oui suitable
■loir political
e. Residents
■niplexion, or
ibahly icciig-
ttinctly good
ader of inou,
prospective
to political
icialed with
i.y Ih; led to
.tion to the
eiiWprise
tii its exten
ial resources
Whether
■iteeni for one
I throughout
hi and loyalty
is in them,
tial consider*
.' or indirect,
' certain it is
umbilici! Sir
ordially and
fill be made
is Boundary
id thu found-
will ina com-
time attain
ipulation, in
f— tinancial,
•ial - as  will
e in all this
Another carload of rich ore was sent
from the Guld Bug to the Trail
smelter last week.
The Last Chance, in Skylark camp,
is mentioned as being about to send
out a car load trial shipment  of ore.
The annual general meeting of
shareholders in tlie Bouudury Creek
M. & M, Oo. will be held al Greenwood
ou Jan, 12, prox.
The new machinery for the Minnehaha, Camp McKinney, is -nearly all
in position and is only awaiting the
arrival of a few small parts before
being given a tiial run.
It is staled ibat the filial payment
of $17,000 has been made uu the Review, nt Meyers Creek, which abuut
six mom lis ago was taken under bund
by MlEnlire, McDonnell k Co., of
Greenwood.
The Grand Forks "Miner" reports a
new strike on lbe City of Paris, situate
east of Midway, whieli''give& ihis mine
a Inu body of snipping ore down lo
1 lie,;KI0 foot, level," Tile ure is descl ihed
as copper pyrites in a gaiiKue uf white
_quai'iz.
An exchange says:—The recent run
of some 500 tuns of Sleinwiuder ore at
the Smuggler mil. iii Fairview, gave
an average result of $5.1(1 per tou. As
it is claimed this quartz c.-iu he mined
and milled lor less than $2.00 per ton,
and as there are thousands of tons in
sight it will be readily seen that the
proposition is a remarkably promising
one.
The instruct inns wived recently
frnm New York lu suspend operations
nn lhe Nu. 7, in Cenl nil camp, came
as a disappointment In ihuse interested iu tint camp who had hoped that
development work on this valuable
properly wnuld be camel un euiiiiuu-
uusly. Since upend ions were resumed
a couple of months auo substantial and
cuininodiinis mine buddings have been
erected, a machinery site levelled and
Unused and a lot nf mine limbers and
cm d a ond cut and hauled. Wilh so
much done in readiness for extensive
mining operations it is Imped lhat the
stoppage of work will he hm temporary
and lhat during Ihe ensuing year the
No. 7 will Iw opened up io such au ex-
lent as to prove ii io be a permanent
mine.
Kuili'ine, Central camp, A. J. Fletl,
Dieu ,lonne, Central camp, Emily J.
Dowding.
decemiiek 18.
While Babbit, Ruck Creek, Thomas
Cusgritf.
London, Graham's camp, It). R- Fibber.
DECEMBER 10.
Bahv,   Deadwood  camp, David  1.
Patterson.
DECEMBEB21.
Copper Trust, fraction, South Dead-
wood camp, Sydney M. Johnson.
08KTIPIOATK8 OV WORK.
UMCK.11 IIIJ.H 1',
Outline, Fred Muuns et al.
DECEMBER 10.
Butte, fraction, M. K. French.
DECKMilKU 18.
Diiiiraiigo, John Lind etal.
Bit; Iron, fraction, Kvatigehne Grace
Stirling.
Gladstone, Fred Wbilwell.
Caber fae, A. J. Fn-il.
DECEMBER 20.
Queen of Shelia. Geo, Andrews,
Briton, Uovernor,   Hector, Ludwig
Johnson.
Cigars
AND
Cigarettes
■NOVELS-
J J.
DRUGGIST
MIDWAY - B. 0.
is nuw nearly completed and will
shortly be opened with a well
assorted stock of
GENERAL   MERCHANDISE
Including a fine
LINE IN NEWEST MILLINERY
CROWELL'S
S. A. CROWELL, Proprietor. seventh str™,,*,,-,!
■"•>'• H. c,
OoeBlMkWe-utfocrt
■Oft,
'TMIIS i.s a new building hard finished all
furnished in  first class style.   The
through;
dining ro
TllANHPKRB.
DECEMBER II).
Myrtle No. 2, 5 10 inteiest, A. W.
DtniKius *.u John Deuipsey.
Lucky Shot, fraction, 510 interest
and Northern Bell, \ interest, Joseph
Mtenetl loJobii Deuipsey.
Myrtle No. '2, - > - iti interest, Lucky
Shot, fraction, oil) iuieiesi, Northern
bell, _ interesl, Boston ^interest, John
IJeiulisey tti V. tl. Towns.
Belmont, fraction, all interest, Ii. J.
Iliiniann to Duncan A. McGillis,
DECEMBER 20.
Sultan and Comanche Chief, J interest each, .Iniin Duuglas and Jas Atwood to Felix Hughes,
Kinkore, nil Interesl, P. S. Hughes
to Felix Hughes.
DECEMBER 21.        . .
Glohe, I interest, Kohert Perry- to
H. A. Wright.
Gluhe, I interest, Geo. Andrews to
H. A. Wright.
Globe, \ interest, Geo. Andrews to
John Gray,
Night Hawk, I interesl, J. C. Ileilly
to Kwing !v -ightley.
Czarina and Liiile Widow, i inlerest, IduG. Thoiupson to Felix Hughes
Wasseea, C. F. McCue to Andrew
Anderson.
C. F. COSTERTON
VIUtNON H. C
General Roa! Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Afz-ti.xx-t.   JE*x*asm,—
The Hoyai. Insurance Cot,
Thk London anu Lancashire Pisa;
Insurance Coy,
The  Insurance Coy. of North
America.
The London and Canadian Fikk
Insurance Coy.
The Sun Life Assurance Coy us
Canada.
The Dominion Buildinu and Loan
Association.
Appraiser por the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy
tl
uitr
is supplied with the best on the market.   Th
')>• Messrs, FRANCIS &MlLi
and has a choice stuck of W1
Jquois and Cigars.    :    :    :    :
connecti n is run
la e i f Cascade City
mes,
Patronage of the Public- is Solicited and Satisfaction is Guaranty
SIMILKAMEEN (f
OSOYOOS rUMNQ DIVISION.
Records
for the    Period
December uth.
Ending
[the District.
■*-,!« nf l he com-
|ff!ret-k Liberal*
fin    held    nt
fe night  the
■appointed to
of the Lib-
Sir Charles
ii Greenwood
I'ji 27th  bmt.
|il nieel ■
ithe
pdi
'»3,
No-
™ifiTw",'-H. 0.
"Midway, E,
[Phoenix. P,
|lh*u-s* Wel
M eln tt ish
The Mother Lode.
Good progress is heiiiK made with
the upraise frnm the M foot level of
the new workings of the Mother Lode
mine, in Deadwood eamp, to connect
with the winze frnm the nld workings
above. This upraise is nil iu nre of
good value. When it is completed
there will be about 280 feet vertical of
stoping ground opened up hei ween the
new 200-foot level and the old crosscut
tunnel, As the oi e outcrops some 2H.
feet above the old timuel there should
ho more than 51)0 feet of hacks to yield
ore, This does not by any means include all the ore available for the
main shaft is in ore all the way down
to if depth of 120 feet below the drift
at the tfXI-fooi level.
The mils are already laid on the
branch railway line to within a mile of
thn mine. As soon after the tracklayers reach the mine us tbe ral'way
company will accept ore for shipment
about 100 tons of Mother Lode ore will
he shipped to a smelter, probably to
Trail, for a hulk lest. A good margin
of profit will.it is anticipated. Im shown
hy this test, the sjvtematic plan of
assaying followed In connection with
this mine giving a good idea of the
average value of (Jm oie mined.
Mr. Paul Johnson, manage*- oJ the
British Columbia Oopper Co's Hineltlng
department, is now In New York con*
(wring with the directum of the com
pany regarding purchase ot plant (or
nit emtio-! ItlU' Mother Lode smelter which will
e executive 1"'lH ,<xPeLted' he 80t l" readiness hy
1 next summer to treat ore from this
■Mil's. VI. E. j mine. i
t-'l v...- r'.-
LOCATIONS.
NOVEMBER 22.
Cascade, Camp McKinney.Eastetal,
NOVEMBER 21.
Berlin, Camp McKinney,H.Cameron,
NOVEMBER 27.
Straw Hal, Camp McKinney, W. A.
""lii
Haining
NOVEMBER 29,
8. W Extent ion and Creaui ot thc
Camp, Keremeos, Dan Coutenay,
Swansen No. I, Keremeos, W.   C.
McDuiigi-.il,
DECEMBER fi,
City of Keremeos, Keremeos, John
M. lining.
H.iiuin
Rich Hill, Camp McKinney, W. A.
St, Luke's Home..,
A Private Hospital
and Nurses Home.
Oppenheimer St., Vancouver
Medical.Surgical andMidwifery cases
received. Terms:— Private Kooms,
$15 per week ; Beds in Wards, $10
per week.
Nurses sent into the country at the
usual charges, telegrams receiving
immediate attention.
All applications tu he made to
SISTER FRANCES.
If
Princeton 28 miles, y{/
Fairview   30 miles. ?Iv
******** | stable uml Store in Gnu
L
15 /Ville Creek.
The Riverside Hotel,
Is situated at Rock Creek, H.C,  on   the   main route of   Imw
between Penticton ".nil all *Mniintlary Creek points.   Smppinit
place for singes.
Good Fishing -:- Good Hunting
0. IinrBen,   BKl
Bestof Accommodation.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements
Notice
Hai.miika 1. Minkkai, Claim.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale  District.   Where locaied; Camp
McKinney.
TAKK NOTICK that I. K. H. Parkinson
n» agent for Wlllinm Small, freo
minorh uurtiftmlo No. i) MEW, Intend, Hlxly
day* frnm the dato horeof, to applv lo tlio
Mining Itocnrdtir for a corliltcate or Improvement* (nr tho purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of tho above claim.
And further tako notico that aotion, tinder
Miction 37, mum foe cominomx-ti boforo the
inminiioe of mieh Ccrtltlcate of Improvomonta.
Hat ci! this Kith day of Novombor, IfflW.
RICHARD II. PARKINSON P._, S.
TO I.KT a small coitago noar thc .School
HJllSo Midway.   Kor imrtiinlarn apply
at Tim Auvanok,
Practical House and Carriage
PAINTING
Paper Hanging, Graining and Sign Painting. Also kalsominiiK)
and all kinds of Decorative Work exceuted by
E. Nash J Co., Midway and Greenwood
KSTABLII3HMD  18H.I.
MAINLAND  NURSERY
LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH
COMPANY
COLUMBIA
inbia
DRCBMUKB 11.
Priile of the Wi st, Fail-view, W. A.
Haining.
CKItTIVICATI'8 Ol.'   WORK.
NOVBMBBR 21.
Belleview, fraction,
NOVKMHEIl 27.
AIhi-Ic.
decwmbb1r 1.
Hull, Opttliince, (.'tipper Ilill, Billy
Uirnt, Dividend, Dividend No 1.
DBCli.MIIKII 5.
Dividend No.2, Dividend Nn.3, Juno
.ind Diumi.
NOTICE.
THK. Hi'iti-ii Cnl ii i ii I da Southern Hallway
Company will upply to lho parliament nf
i.iiiiiiil.ini in. next Bortlon for an Aol author
King the i.'iiin-uiiiy tooomploloal nnv tlrao lio-
foro the end til Ihey mr IWil, ll» wo-tern seotlon
aedewrlbod in Hm Actof thoiald Parllamont
I1K1U1 Vloluriii, Chapler 38) nml a hrnnrh IItin
frnm it pnlnl. on iis main linn nt or near lho
fork-i of lliolirl Oreok tl eg by wny nt Mlohel
Creek to Mnriim Dl'ook, and for nther unrnowa
Hyiiriii'ii.fllio II.ihiiI,
II. OAMPB-bL OSWALD,
Montreal, 17th November, ISi».      Bccl'ular*'-
Klundyke
DECKMBKR II.
Applications  for  Certificates
Improvements.
of
in   this week's
Notlei'8 ndvertised
Advanck nre those of
Ntirl.li Stnr, Cainp McKinney.
^ Hi'iinik* nnd Bunuer, Oamp' MeKin-
T„n«V"i'li,l"i Fiiirvlnw, A. D. A   and
Black Hawk, in Uamp Kainiew"
tain.    iyH' fl'"t:li0", °" K,'"KW ,noun-
Dividend   and
.   aiiti
Kruger tnoimtain.
Mividiiw f,ark, Skylark campi
Mayflower,
.. ,,   , Dividend fraction
Hold   Dimt   and   Little '■ ' ■   -     '
Oold  Dust,
and
Boot.lilack
Knirviuw.
-atmon-a, _»nipM0Kl«n**y
Camp
Crowell's Hotel.
MIDWAY, H.C.
CHRISTMAS   DINNER,
DKC. 25TII, \m.
__*  S   O'clock.
80U1'.
CniiHommo
KISH.
Frobh OyntcrH I^obnter Salad
noiui)
Ham & Oroon hum. Tonguo JcSpanM) Sauoo
ENTItKKH
MaocaroiilandChoodo Kidney Saul*
Sherry Wlno Jolly Oy«tor PatUo.
K0AST8
Beef, Brown Gravy      Pork, Apple Souoo
Turkey, Cranberry Saiiou
_Brohod Duck chicken Kridwuoo
AT "TUB ADVANCE,"
1 Potatoes
Bwaet Com
a~..   . DK88KIIT
Apple l»(o MA Oheom ,.
ina.    . u "UU end
■:xfM. Ami .OOVVXlt
Our  Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Colu
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT   ANI) ORNAMENTAL TRUSS,   PLANTS A.M>
Send for Free C.iialoyne.  .1    F. Hi'tciikkson, M-i*1
VIXKS
er.
FAIRVIEW - HOTEL
Commercial and Mining men should Put u^
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
GOOD ACCOMODATION. EVERTrUG EXCELLENT
Qeo J. Sheeh
_r»
fropi
ietor.
Subscribe for
THE
3HK
|Tta pioneer newspaper in tke Boundary *
0nly $2.00
a Year* itklayern nre expected to reach
^^toOeiitrideaiiip.
p, near the No. 7.nine.
i(,;ullU.ntisunf»nlt«Securea
Lghool tot Anaconda.
re ,u.i8k at Camp   McEltt*
buey   winter appears
IK"
There a
Brand Forks Board of Trade
fled IU obwtfr of  im:0l'pin'
undoi«tood that Mr W. H.
has been  reappointed a Jim*
the Peace.
Yitle-Kootenily Telegraph Co.
.p|«t« shortly extending its
,,|, system to Plm'-Bix.
alios' new redd leat'MldWfty
|t completed.  It ii om of the
rsiili'iict'H In the (listr rt.
'ins onlv en i-e  ' '
|lla i
■hMiipeia11'1'
in   tililwft)
\„ un 11   II'""
f,ivuriil.li'   IO'-  it    -*-*■
iiniiibi'is Itl the Hprlng.
Hi.niH very cri'tliiii peelim-ne of
mnpiHjig and penman I »ere shown,
I Peso being example* "t the pupils
ordinary work, PrtW« were awarded
|„ thevai'loi.ssulijecls, thu must im*
poilant heing those for general pro-
llelency, which were gained by Nicholas Monro (fourth claw). Bertha
Ootilson (third class) and Kathleen
Bbj'guson (second class).
Before the scholars were disinihscd
for ihi* Christinas Imlidiiys a few i«-
murks were addressed In all present hy
Mi ,1. R. Ferguson (one of the trustees)
mul Mr. K Jacobs, th. former expres-
Mtig -.iiti-fai'iion with  the   excellent
„k (| hj Mr.  Mt I'hatl,
Hslii*  (ihe
riling
A Picturesque Townsite Affording
Special  Inducements  for
Business and Residence
Purposes.
l,,,i,.,|  l-li'ai   both   (iri'fii-
. iiotmis will '"' lighted by
v  within  two  mouth*, fnun
IV |«\ Tye,   superintendent  of
tt'tinii nn lbe'*" k W- railway
district another visit last
JM'ulw..y  itorvi
■pautlluj :''""'■
Vi.jir |iri'.-i'iit
are
for C
t aod
owing
ij-tlllilS
nui- of
fcUi luivi-   mi   sale   plejlty   of
Ii*iniil to Sat,
►go Loy, a 0, k Wi bridge   in*
|r fell  froni tin    bridge   below
lnilahu.t Wednesday  arid frac*
|his skull,  Hi* is under the care
Jakes nnd Qppetibeimer.
Ixtliy girls were Isn-u   in Mid*
lust week, nue early in the week
|b, Melkle,   who is visiting Mrs,
and   tin*   t'l.hi'i'  on  Saturday
utiiiii 11 Mrs. ll. L. Thoinet,
k Townsile agent will receive ten*
iipiilii ii -if We In.'S'i X-.   next
Billdlug i   ddeu ilk   )-.  in  Fill!,
lip I'hitmlitel   t.-uu. 'ii .S..t't-i.lii
j';! the net* io Mi. Ten >'^ store.
Henry Stooli. of St, i   I. -'■
i, I'ltuuiiia, haa heen appointed
in- charge of Trinity Church of
uinl .Mission,  (iriiiul   Korks, nnd
Dike charge on January 7th   Ht-v.
Steele is u nephew of Major Steele,
N.W.M. I'., Macleod.
asi'vnli'ini-d by 'hi* pnigrti
sp Nk"r,8)own children li d luadei and
in,  la Her congratulating the  school
U|i hegeneril gi'od results allaiiicd
using upon the scholar* the
Ivan luge ot
nl Impr
pi CI..I.C"
,.- educAii
i iln'in.
sing lull
advantage* now open
To Uphold tlte Empire.
Alining l-eceDt press despatches are
the following l—
Toronto, Ontario.-It is suggested
here that a company of volunteers be
liiohillzed at Halifax to relieve the
Hriiitdi garrison there, who could go to
Siiiitli All-ion.
Sydney, Austr Ila.- Tin- government of New Zealand has decided to
si'inl n Held hospital rorps and a bat*
tey of urlilleiy In South Africa, in addition to the mounted contingent.
Melliouriie, Australia.— An Australian mounted contingent of a.thousaud
men will sail for Smith Africa before
.Inniuii-y 10th. An additional New
Smith Wale* battery bf artillery Is to
s.ui Immediately
Kingston, Ontario.—Addressing the
-undents of Queen's University lately
spal
ipai
I
ilraot declared that the Can*
iiaouiit should  be called to*
ii'iu'ilirtiely, so thut thc vohe
■■■pie on  the crisis in Smith
Afrits* could lie heard.  These reverses
Ih" Transvaal, In- said, will make us
i more unilitl lhan ever liefore,
London, England.-Lord Chesham,
I commanding officer of tbe Royal Buckinghamshire    Yeomanry,   hua   been
authorized to organize a force of I-J.OftO
I yeomanry who will proceed  to the
jreport was received Justus TRKJCape.   The yeomanry troops sent out
MNCH Was going tO pn*ss thai, nn   will be tlraftetl so as to work together
lieu I  iu the SnOWShoe mine    nenr
enix had resulted in the d. ath of
Iumu  and  in another receiving
injuries.   No particulars wen*
finable  in   time   for   publication
I Week,
Ir. Ah-x. Lucas,  Liheral-Coiiserva-
| nrgaulser fortho province, arrived
treemvood last Thursday to see
It suitable arrangements were made
I'tlie visit of Sir Chas, Tupper, par-
pus of whieh are given in another
piuin." From Mr. Lucas it was ascer-
ticd that the meetings in the coast
i at which Sir Charles hnd spoken
numerously attended and very
lthusiust.il!. In the upper country,
p, at Kamloops and Revelstoke very
pcessful meetings were  held.
£has. Peterson Accidentally Killed.
set Friday   Dr.   Jakes was sum
Hied to Boomerang Creek, a (riliti ,
' of the West Fork, Whence inf.,,
Ition came that ('has Peterstin lind
|li seriously injured by a rail of rork i
workings on the lounoolast
flrrnl rhiim, owned by  him-elf „nd
pers.   As a fatal Itw),,)|   W|1H fe)l^*
ihosi. supply*,,,- the Information
Pf Provlnoial ConsUhle McMynn
•nipnnied the doctor   in
Ibmdha found   n issary
nipiieies.   pp.,,, lln.;vtl| (1',
M" at night ai'tei'
trough the snow
pit denth foil
. use   it
to make
at the claim
iukIi journey
it. Wits  n-n-i rlainoil
wiih the inmintedinfnntry and ununited militia from < amnio and Australia.
Ottawa, Ontario.—Tbe Minister of
Militia is receiving applications from
till oyer the Doniinion and the Doited
States witbolfei-stogo to South Africa.
One officer In one of the western Btiites
offers to raise Hve hundred men.
The second contingent ol i anndlaii
volunteers which the Imperial Govern,
ment has been nntilled will lie
dispatched to South Africa at once,
will lie made up of some Win men from
the mounted Northwest polic
an equal nunilier from the permanent
corps and the remainder recruited
from former mounted policemen, cowboys and hntnehes of the militia,
The contingent will comprise ahout
l,(Xm officers and men and will sail
from Halifax.
London, England.— The war office
Has heen n communication with General sir    William   Lockhart,   <	
mm lev i   . liief in lndi i, jvil    .it lew
ii   iimi i.  I. nig   what   troops   cm   be
spari il from bis forces, and it Is understood ihat as a result of these inquiries 1
a force will immediately leave Bombay
for Durban, consisting ol  four regi
incuts of Kiiillery. in billing horse ami
Held batteries
The govern iiii 11 h i- it t ist.cntisent.ed |
In  iiioliili'/.e   ji   l irci    w hii!
Bullcv is credited wil li haviti
nl aU aloi').' a.*- essential to suceessin
It is very generally admitted that
Midway is the best natural site for a
town in the Boundary district. It was
formerly known as Eholt's, after the
original pre-emptnr of the land. It
was purchased from Mr. L. Kholt in
1801! by Capt. It. C. Adams, of Montreal,  P.  Q., and several associates,
The original townsite was platted in
18!M by Messrs. Kirk k Ritchie, provincial land surveyors, now of Rossland. Thetown was named Hm nda-y
Ciiy, Imt as another place had u.read :
been similarly mimed a new name
had 'ii In* found for tbis town Ivfore
registration could he secured, Oapt,
Ailnm- eventually decided upon tin-
name of Midway for the reason Ihal
ibe town is situate about, midway in
British Ooiumbia lietween the Rocky
Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. The
Hint Townsite Agent was the lale Mr.
II. P. Palmerston and the Hrst sale of
lots was made in 1%I3 to Mr. John
Douglas, who still resides in the town.
A Picturesque Townsite.
Midway certainly  is a most picturesque and he ill! if ul site  for  a  lown.
Occupying a broad, level plain at the
confluence of   Boundary Cieek witb
Keitle River and al Ihe meeting place
of ihree valleys,   wilh the intervening
mouniaius rising  around   it,   il   commands general   aduiiraii
ailvantuges thai attach to
favorable location are not
fm, lying  in   the  only   i
through ihe mountains ef
fm n longdistance, it app<
in i«c<imean important i
phief highway  through
Here meet three  main
whieh come  iu  from  tl
i-uuniry and Camp McKi
west, the mining camps r
Indian Reservation on II
iIn-I'Xii'ii-iti'jiii'.i of un
country   comprising   tl
Creek district lying Inimedlatelylo the
north.   Here, too, for some time will
he the terminus of the Coliiniliia and
Western railway now nearlyeoinpleled
and whirh   will give  rail connection
wilh   ne Kootenay and thence linrth-
wai-ds to the 0. P. U main line or eastwards via the  Crow's Nest  railroad.
And when  competing  railways shall
come in it will he here lhat a road from
Spokane  via   Rep-thlir  and  another
froo* Ilv Coluu hia River upiheAnicri*
i in Okanotiaii via the Palmer Mountain and Meyeist'irek mining districts!
.till junction, These important natural advantages therefore appear tu
warrant Ihe expectation that when
trade and population shall have
adnpted theniselvestotuoreperiiianeni
about! l'0l,ditions than now prevail .Midway
will  beeoine,
eral resuuices iu iln luimeuiaie neign
lioi'hood iiwuiiiin* developnienl.; as a
smeller sit» it has many advantages;
it offers summer Attractions to ih
sportsman iu goad fishing and shooting
and in the winter ihe skntini* and
slcighinifare so good us to he unrivalled anywhere else in the district.
Close hy the town land is available
for small holdings, in lols of from ont
j acre to Hve or six acres and obtainable
on liberal deferred-payment terms,
Some of these are already III cultivation and enjoy tbeadvanutgrnf having
a local Irrigation system to assist
growth. These small holdings can he
purchased from The .Midway Ot inpany,
Ltd,,'which also veils town lots—hoih
husiness and residence—at reasonable
prices and on easy terms of payment
The lown is growing commercially,
too, numerous business and trades lieing either already represented or about
in he. Altogether Midway is worthy
of the attention of those seeking a
local ion for either business or residence
purposes, whilst to investors It offers
special Inducements, lol prices being
nt ill low nnd the town having a hrigln
and promising future hefore it.
at moderate charges, wmy -...-
liquors and cigars kept on hand.
and good beds add much to the
patrons.
B. MO
PUHLIC OFFICES.
POST 0FFICE-
Mails Kniug west close ahout 10 a,
in, nu Tuesilays/rhiirsdays and Saturdays ; going east on Sundays,
Wednesdays and Fridays at ahout
2 p. m.
!'. 0. Money Order Oftice.
Edward A Hain, Postmaster,
CUSTOMS OFFICE-
Olllce  hours 9 a ni  to  1 p in ;
Sal iirdays I) a in lo 1 p in.
R. Uariloui, Aclinu Suli-Collector,
MINING RECORDER'S OFFICE-
Office bonis 0 a ni to 12:.'i0 nnnn,
• nrl 1>!VI n in   tO 4 ll ni '   SurilMlurnl
D. L. BARCKLAY'S STA(
Is Running Between
MiclTsra-ar and
Leaving Post Office, Midway, daily (Sundays
nt - o'clnck a. in. and Imperial Hotel, Oreei
H "lock p. in., carrying
PASSENGERS AND  EXF
Parcels delivsn d in Midway, Greenwood and places en rt
■:■ FURNITUR
inrrrrrr
Now is the Time to Furnish \
Reeeiving new Goods Dai!
LATEST CONSIGNMENTS C0NTAIK
SCREENS   -   MIRRORS   -   SHADE!
CURTAIN POLES AND FIXT,UrR
PICTURE AND WALL 1VTOL
T*<~tr>_
A Distributing Centre
for a wide area of country, including
*oiiie ot the mining camps of Boundary
Creek, those ef upper mam Kettle
Kiver and its numerous tributaries,
damp McKinney, and those In Northern Washington smith to Republic in
ue direction and south-west through
Meyers Creek lo Palmer Mountain in
miotbrr, Heing mi Hie Kettle Hiver
and. ns well, cenl rally situated for
manufacturing purposes, it should j
eventually secure an important nnd in*
rreaitiug manufacturing connection,
lhe more so since having railway trail*
spuria i facilities, it will he practicable in hiltig in materials for industrial |
int..- ,t   low   freighl   iales.
constables stationed as under
Phoenix. I) J Darraugh,
(irand Porks, I A Dlnsmore,
Midway, Gen Cunningham,
Camp Mi'luiiney, (.'has Winte
Kairview,  .1 K Brown,
DISTRICT CORONER-
UrH W Jakes, M D, C M, Coronet
fon Kettle River and Cuuiil Forks
Mining Divisions,
RKOISTRY OF MARRIAGBS--
Wiu (I McMynn,Registrar,
PUBLIC SCH00L-
A A MrPhail. Teacher.
BOUNDARY    CREEK    LICENCE
DISTRICT-
E Jacobs (Midway) and T W Cole*
man (Trail), Licence Commissioners.
D .1 barraugb, Chief Licence In
speclor,   All Provincial Constables
are Licence  Inspectors.    Reeulai
meetings of Board nn June 15 and
Dec.15; special meetings when ever
culled hv Chief Inspector.
NOTARIES PDBLIC-
Forhes Al Kerhv, Win 0 McMynn,
W 11 Norris, Jas,. Sutherland,
II H Bergman, .1 S Hnn-lson
(West Bridge),
ine p v iiers mmm io...
.... Of Hart
rrr
*
Chartered t8fl3.
Stock Life nnd
Accident Insurance.
ISSUES the liesl life insurance
I   emunic'.s in the world.   No
disftppointn
Evei viliiiu:
nent as lo dividends,
guaranteed in ad-
..   I'l.'iniuin rales 15 lo 25
percent li— lhan   those  uf old
line Mul mil companies,
ASSETS, . . .
January ist
LIABILITIES,
SURPLUS   ...
General \ ili.u   the
deiiiiti.!-1 Company
if l.llllll
if
South Africa, nauielv : 10,000mounted
lived almosl. immediate-1 Infantry,
Rftcr the unfortunate man's partner,'   The Lord Mav
yv .Lover, left to get surgical nssla-'. and equipping a fnr
«ice.   Dr,J«U,.5r,!U„dllmtth,.Hk..ll
decetwetl waa badly fwclhired   lu
Is official capacity as coroner the doo
jr decided that death waa the result
pi an accident, so that an Inquest was
^nneceseary.   The body |8 lmin(. ,,,,.
pmved to Greenwood wher,. it b ,„,,!,.
ahle the iiiU'i-inent will taku place
Deceased waa well known in the
district, he having worked ,-t tiu, |) \
Skylark, Mother Lnd., nnd other inin'
•ng properties and for hoiiic time bail a
Pretty cotUge borne ii, Greenwood.
« came (rom Ghuteau, Montana. A
Pw 'cularly sadfenture in oonuectloi,
I' Ins death w„s tliatbl*, widow wa -j
'•■■ImuiUi alone witl, the dead body ol
','.','    \h,'s,"UKl *» Htx >"»« houw
""'"'K Mi. Lover's absence toseek aiu.
Y1*'' till l''ridny Nhe and Lover kept
Ww «ul vigil until the doctor ai rived.
 *•-«	
11
The fact
Cniiiiiiaii   PaclHc Railway
, im. rested loaconsideiahle
•'Xleni  iii  the  town  and  i iCdiate
vicinity is an additional advantagi- In
ii- favor, since ii assures to the
the  Influence mid   support
powerful company
expressed lisintenlluu tn make Mid*
...iy iidiiisimiiil point and I he junction
of iwo liranch inilways.
As a residence town Midway stands
alone In the Boundary
. town
f  thnl
which has already
Oreek dislrict,
districl   can
ui is raising
I.OOii volun
teres among the cit y rorps. The large
city Items nre contributing the 110068'
wiry expenses.
Colonel Sic Charles Howard Vincent,
Commandant of the  Queen's   Westminster volunteers, has also offered to  No oilier  lown  in  the
raise a regiment ol' 1,00(1 picked men.  honestly claim to enjoy similar ad van
Ninetv p. r cent of tl*e mumhrrsof mgea from a health point
tin Home nl'le Artillery Oompany of  With m dry hraclug atniosphei
London have volunteered for s rvice j nlmndani supply of pure water,
inSonth   Africa.     Twol birds ,u   the   aid- -',ii,M ■' luion-, an en.ue al>
Inns of Cmii'f voliintcers, composed of
lho barristers and solicitors, have like
.vise tendered their services.
lit View.
an
favor
lliiiaui  n'.|.|'.j  ••■  i	
the I aide sanitary t
sence of contagious  diseases, ample
oui-dour   spoils,   and level
Midway Public School.
TheOhi|B|,,WH«XttniiniUi()n8 at the
I 7L "W|CH"|M1 w™ °™^
J^dayaf.r-rnoon In the preaence
^r^'''of parents and friends of
ninpli phased
lltennlm77m^'M^nveAin
CilI__?,liB_*Wot P»P11'' °n
,Mt__^s.i-*-
wmo-ralii had however,
 1» aa	
Compressed Hay.
Ilny destined for Ihe British iirmyin
8unl.li Africa Is now being compressed
for shipment nt Athiniir Dock,Brooklyn, and is lieing pill up in a novel
fociu. Tho hilling is done hy n newly
Invented machine. The hay Is put up
in hales, cylindilcal In form, 18 inches
high and of thesatm, diameter. When
haled In this shape the hay is ns hard
aa a hoard. The hairs weigh ahoul 146
pounds each. When the hny is taken
to he fed it is In pancakes or layers
almut three fourths of an inch thick.
The most compact bale of hay put up
hy the old style required shout 160
cubic feet space ppr ton, us compared
with SO cublo feet under the new pro*
cues.
run
m for
oads for riding, driving, cycling, etc,
il Ih without doubt
Unequalled as a Residence Town
any wherein the districl.   For fami
lies ihere are the flll'th1
a skilled resident physiri
|y we.lUpialitied  school
resident clergyman.
Midwav has for yours heen Ihe
town of Hie Keitle River Mil ing   Division in an Official sense.    Here have
|0ng befell located the dislrict offices of
U,i>   I'lMwlueWCioviwi-menl.   *o that
all husiness with Ihe Mining Recorder,
lbe County Court Registrar and the
Registrar of Marriages has to lie trnn
snd.'il hero.   The District Oornnei
the Provincial Chief Constable both
reside in Midway, where is, too,  ih"
oldest Public School and tho first Cus*
Free Miners' Certificate Fees.
The. following  scale will show the
fees to be charged for free millers' certificates covering only a portion of the
I yoar : Certificates issued between June
11st and 18th, $5 :   lietween  June 19th
i and July tlth. $4.75 : between July 7th
and 2lt'h, $4.50 ; between July 25th
and August llth, $4.25; between August 12th and 30th, $4; between Au-1
gust 81st and September 18th, $3.75:
between September 10th and October
7ih,$8.50i hetwecn October 8th and
20th, $3.25 : lietween October 27th and
November 14th, $3.001 betw i November 15th and December 2nd, ,$2 75 :
between Decern her 3rd and 20th. $250;
between December 21st and January
7th, $2.25 : between January 8th and
26th, $2 i botwoon January 2mh and
February 12th, $1.75 ; between February 18th and March 2nd, $1.50; lie*
tweeti March 8k1 and 20th, $1.25; hetwecn March 21st and April 7th, $1 I
between April8t, and 25th, 75 cents;
between April26thaud May 18th, o0
cents ; between May MU' and 31st, 2o
een Is.       _ _____——__._—■_■-
JOY'S DOMAIN.
Wnulit's Hum thy hoaso ami noma Pr*-*
•iml wtttoti ploa*mro« margin
On iHillililiv imt nf "'iy ««■'-.
»«-, iiiitkii thy gtlKlon lars-n.
The Midway Company still
have for sale a few 5-acfe tracts,
one on easy terms, and
The Travellets'Combination Accident Policy guaran
under ordinary conditions.
$.5 000 Loss of Right Has
.(W0 Lous of Leg at or i
5,009 boss of Loft Ham
5,000 Loss of Klther Koc
J 500 Loss of sight of Ol
llpnlh Benrflt     ....
Loss ul Swiii of Both Kyes
Lossot Bnlli KeetorDoth Hands
Loss of One Hand and One Koot
IVritriiiriii Tolal IHsabil ty
Limits of   Weekly Indemnity
JJ AND. If such injuries are sustained while riding »
Id any passenger conveyance using steam   cable,   or
tt motive power the amount to be paid   shall be D(
* specified in the clause under which the claii
|   Cost $52 A  YKAK    TO   PROFESSIONAL    A
_ Men.and Commercial Travele
tn
t other sums at proportionate rates
t TO". XX. Iffopri!
J  AGKNT FOR SOUTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA
^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦_i»»»»9»*«ee*tf«K«!««««
THO
Buy
make thy garden large."
FALLS HOTEL...
The   hotel   is
A variety
centrally located and is a stopping I
Good IlshiiiK i" ll'e vicinity.   Good sti
■i of the choicest brands of liquors and t
BOUN
Hotel -y^.
Cascade
Headquarte
visiting the  C-t
district.  Stoi
stages
CASCADE CITY, B. C.
C.H. Thomas, Prop
Mi
wm The Advance
To Vour Friends.
ff THE.
"PIONEER -H<
BOUNDA
Subscript Inn $1 a yeai
nr $i tor six months.
m
m
m
'■t-'AM
m^m^^^^^
Grf.knwood City
We iiace just, opened tbe nhnve Imti"
to welcome lineup and provide ROOi
class Livery Stable.
j W. NELSOisl    •
a;. (ireenwo
ne; i iinnodation.l ,C LINE.
tt'
1
'ACIFIC.
.2)35-
Beautlfolly situated at the eonflueneo of Boundary Creek and Kettle River.
lt3 into the
'District.
hi
ei
'dl Eastern
,c
_ rates.
r
o time, rates
of Canadian
f-ms apply to
10
Penticton.
ILL BE
Kettle  River Mining Division.
n I
fofo fo
® fo fo
# rn $
141
f
The most important railway town  in the
The Western Terminal  and  Divisional point of the Columbia & Western Railway.
The Wholesale Supply and  Manufacturing centre of the  Kettle River and Boundary
Creek Districts.
The distributing   point  for   Upper   Kettle  River,  West   Fork  and  Camp  McKinney
' minin r c imps,
The nearest Railway town to Republic,   Meyers   Creek,   Palmer Mountain and   other
Northern  Washington mining camps.
The   leading residence town   in   the  country, with an excellent   climate,  pure water
supply and  favorable sanitary conditions.
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.
 i SKND FOR MAPS. PRICKS AND CULL PARTICULARS TO  1	
J. F. PIWiOTT, Manager,
L01„ion_i^^Buiidi„g, THE MIDWAy CO, Ltd.
E. JACOBS,
A*ent for British Columbia,
B Midway, 11. 0
-J,
Agent,
[Vancouver.
..ial thirty days
•'ly In the Chief
j^vorkR, fm por*
of Innil us fol*
ll|lljllltl!(l on Ihu
iitlvor nl the S.
'ii. 1 a IChuohu*
.iiiins, thonco 80
,o Slmllkamoou
einiooii Itlvor rn
.,. containing 320
P'ora raiiKo nml
•IK IIAII.EY.
ituT, mm),
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certiiicate  of   Improvements.
STO--XO-1
OHANITE ANI) I1anm;K jMlNEUAL CLAIMS.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division ot
Yalo District.  Where locaied: -In Camp
MoKlnnoy.
-TAKE  NOTICE thai. I, R, 11, Parkinson as
I    iigunt for   tin.   Camp MrlClnney  Minos
Liniitcil,  of Cninp McKinney,   freo   minor's
cortiflcato jNo. lltfiiU. Intiiwl, mxty days from
tho dalo hereof, la apply in tho Mining Recorder for a oortiflcate »f iniprovoincnts, for the
purpise of obtiuniiii; ;i t'rnwn grant of the
above claims,
And further take notice that aotion, under
soclion 117. must be commenced  before the
issuance of such certificate of improvements
Dated thi.: 17tli day of Anr-ust, 1909.
 ICJl. PARKINSON.
-»
1896.
d
Movements.
if
n
iion Minkkai,
Ir
,ig Dlvlslcn of
• Hod ; On Kru-
r
''.dclllols fireon,
..A. Uiiwcrinaii,
I, I). A.Anilfr.
^mi.  B6712, nnd
U'tlltlSlll'
yd   frnm    the
fintnB Recorder
I.*, for the pur
ttuf the above
nclion, under
Veil  before lhe
..lprovenionts
.899.
% UREEN.
896.
ivements.
e,
in
il:
jtU,  CtAIM,
ng Division of
tod:- In Sky-
of and ad-
II claim.
Km Joseph La
.. No. BlilllJ, for
i'l liutlir, fiuo
I tunes .McNicol.
I ami William
j ertiflcate No.
■J .'iatu hcruiif,
fotlou, under
.tel before the
. .nprovenienls.
Mineral Act 2896.
Certiiicate of Improvements.
NOTIOB,
Dominion,  Fairview, A. D, A. and Black
Hawk Minkiiai. Claims.
Situate   in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District   Where located : in Camp
Fairview.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Chan. deB. Oreen,
its ngont for the Dominion Consolidated
Mines, Liiuited.frcc minor's certificate No. boGUj!
Intend, sixty days from Ihe date heroof, to
apply In the MiniiiK Heoordor for a Certificate
of Improvements, fur the purpose of obtaining
it Crown Grant of I im above claims.
And furthor take notice that action undor
section 87muat bo commenced beforo tho issuance of such t'eriillcut.j uf Improvements.
Dated Ihis fllth day of Octubcr, 1899.
 CIIAS, intB.GREEN.
■M_MTH_—_■!. i  11 — ——M—
Mineral Act, 1896.
Certificate  of
rnprovements.
Kotico.
BfLLSEYK Fit ".TION MlNKlUL CLAIM.
Situate In Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale
District. Where Located:-On Kruger
Mountain.
TAKE NOTICE that I.Chas. do Blolfl Groon
Rossland.
Greenwood.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST GO.
LIMITED LIABILITY
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
FINANCIAL ID INSURANCE AGENTS
Rre Insurance a Specialty.
QEO. R. NADEN • MANAOCR
Greenwood City, B. C.
Bob Hall's Stage Line
(Carrying Her Majesty's Mails)
THE GAME LAWS.
Tlm open seaaonti for t?8*"** ■•rf'> ■*•
spcctivt-ly, aa follows, both date* brii»K
inclusive :—
September 1st to February 281 li-
Bittern, ducks of all kinds, heron,
meadow lark, plover.
September 1st to December 31st—
Caribou, elk, wapiti (bull), kii>iib« of
all kinds, inoliitliiiK prairie chickens,
bare, moose (bull).
Septemher 1st to December 14th—
Deer (buck), deer (doe), mountain Koat,
mount tin sheep (ram.)
Noveinlier'ind to March 31st- Beaver,
land otter, nmrteti.
Unless speciully provided, it is unlawful to shoot or destroy the follow-
] ing: Insectivorous liinl-,Knglisli Mark
j bird, caribou (cow or calf,) cluillliich,
i tlcer (fawn under 12 months I. elk, wa-
I piti (row), elk, wapiti (ralf under two
years), (jiill, linnet, moose (cow or calf
under 12 months), mountain sheep (ewe
Print
0n 9ood paper
andinthemos;
approved style
LETTHlT^
HILL HEADS
NOTE HEADS
ENVELOPES
STATEMENTS
POSTERS
BUSINESS CARm
CALLING CARD?
BLANK PORMs
Ol any kind.
BILL OF SALE
forms for Mineral Claimli
SURVEYORS'
affidavit forms for y
notes, etc., etc.
A Trial Order Solicited
DDBK88 :	
TKe
/Idv'ance,
MIDWAY.B.1
mm
rmmmm
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Pentcton  on A'on m. laml))>   EllKliHh pBrtI.idK1!i wlck
days, Wednesdays and  Saturdays.      Passengers lo pheasant, qoailof all kinds, skylark,
and from   Fairview, Osoyoos  and Oroville,    W   h., tbruih.andeggeofproteetedbinta.
quick   time,    and     liy   comfortable
delivered   in
conveyance.
Farmers only may shoot robins in
gardens, between June 1st and September 1st.
M1HERAL ACT 1896.
Certiflente   of   Improvement!.
nroTiaii
NmiTil Htik Misumi. Cum.
Situate In the ir. )oos Mmlni; Diroiu
of Yale Dlttrloi. When LuotiM; I.:-..,
McKinney.
TAKK MlTII'K thai I. Clin..|iillliii.l,r-*-
us .ixini  for Wm  Kdwiifili trei
Livery, Feed am'
Sale Stables
A | Penticton, B. C.
1X1 R. S. HALL. Prop.	
M1UERAL ACT, 1896,
Certiflciite   of   Improvement!*.
strorrzoxi.
G^ld Dust and Littlk Gold Dust Minehai,
Claims.
An Iflfiai n__if!anO_ TftW/n doe. elk or wapiti nf nny -ex or
AU illcdl ifjlSiUDlIUd IU ll 11 *■","•."; **' kWexcept btaegr
Buy a residence site whilst
there is plenty of choice.   Pure
beautiful scenic
resident
Situate in thu Osoyoos  Mining Division of .. ,  „,„.   „
Yale District.   Where located :  Kruger j air and Watfir,
■;i ■■■i.:i'iii u.i-.!•■;,ni . ■ ■,..|i,T,'n™ iiuiiu's   TAKK NOTICK that I, Chan. iIpiBUiIm Qreon ' SUPrOUnding'S,    Skilled
cert Meat
minersosrHfloatoNo, BS7:;*, Intend sixty dm-   tha D1.T.CB fnr familiPS     Trv it
frnm the date horeof, I" apply to the Muni,,- He*   U1B *Jlav'0 IUI •*1'***-**e*--     lrJ ll.
cnnlcrfoi-H curliflealtj of Improvements, for the |
purpose of utitaiiiiiiK a Crown   Uiant ui tho i I'OK  I RICES AND   iKKMS
abovo claims.
Anil furlhnr lake notice that nelion, under
Rection   1)7,  must   be coniineneeil btfiire the I Apply to
Issuance of sueli cortlfloato of litipi uvemenln.
Dated this 20th day of Oelobei, 1S»II. fyg  ftUJ)VVAY C9.. U"i)
oortlfloate No, lt7'J8.t, Genrge A, Engel, free I   I      iuagnnl. fm- George A.Knijel, free miners   nhvd.'isin   BYPPllpnf cnhnnl     inct
miner's oortitloatii No. 1&7J7a7and forWni. V.  certificate1X0.18727... aiid for Wm.'Keller, free  Pny»l*.l»«, BXteiieni SCnOOt--,]USl
Keller, freo millers cortiflcato No.BS728; intend,
sixty iiiins from ilie   date   heroof, to apply
—   lhe uliniiiK Recorder fur a ccrlilleatec'f
improvomonts, fur the  purpose of obtaining
a Crown grant of the ahove claim.
And further lake noliee thai action, under
eclion Hi. must be commenced before tbo issu
nnoouf such ivrliliciUo of improvements.
Dated ibis 20th duy i f Oclnber, IS/J,
CIIAS. hkB. GRKEN.
CIIAS. UKlll.Olri GltKKN.
lid wan
curtitlritiu    No    itjfilii   inten
fnun the .lal i- lure*.!, to spplj
tooorder fora CerlUlcaui nf Im
■ i,,., i, Ilu'puriNwe nl uhlittHiiik* .i i'r...t
It is unlawful to buy, sell, or expose j B|lmH„ 5j_i]
for sale, show, or ailvertiiMiuieiit :   In-1    Ami furihti takei notice tha:
...        .... „     .. .   j sort ion  17,  iiiu-i   !»■  colnincni
BectiVOrOUS     bmls,     bittern,   KaglUU| Umutiu-i. ofsurl, IVrtilli.ii   ■!.
blackbird, caribou (cow or calf), chaf*
llni'li, deer (fatvn uniler lii months) or
>W,
Itrinise.
which may In- sulil (luring the open
season: null, linnet, meadow lark,
moose (cow or calf),   liioiinliiili sheep
(ewe or iitniii). ESngiiib partridge, cook
pheasant,  ben pheasant, i|iiail, robin,
skylark, thrush, at any time.
it is unlawful to buy, sell, or expose
for sale. show, nr advertisement: t'ari*
imu, hare, bull moose, mountain jj.uit,
mountain nun, iM'fore Oct4iliei- Ist ;
liiiek deer, blue grouse, plover, during
the close season.
It is unlawful Ui kill and lake ill one
season, more than Ave cariliou, ten
deer, two elk, 2_f) thick, twn moose,
Hve mounlain goats, three inountain
rams, and to hum deer with doge, or
kill deer for hides alone,
liatulhlitSlllhiU) of .-iiii ... li I*
t HAS, lii.h UlilKX
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate of   Improvements.
Kotioe.
TllS ItOIITIII.Al K   AMI MAVrl/lWKK   MlXOIl
CUIUS, ,
Situate In tho 0s.iy.ms Mlnlnn Division or
Vale dlstriet. Where locaied: l»
Camp Fairvlew.
TAKK NOTICK. ihal l JohnA   Mont****
a*   agenl    for   11
couver free miner
Innd, sixty days ft*ni i il« i
apply to the Mlninir Kocorder I
nl Improvements, IBfthe [mr|s
,i I'nni nliritnl of Hie abovecln
Ami furl her lake noliei   III"
HcUon   ^i.   musl   be oninli	
,««iihiii.' uf *ili'li reililli-.i'.-' ' 1
Ii.jI, ■ llll- 1'ilhilni of N ivei''
-lu lieu, ol Jm*
UiMW. in-
i I iTllhmlf
,1 ..iiuniilni;
ition 'i'*'.'.
I«.fll0-   Ih'
I. llll III*
- MIDWAY =
Riverside Addition.
Just a Word!
To those contemplating an investment in Midway real estate, the information is
offered thaon the Riverside Addition may be
found 300 very choice residence sites.
50 x 125
For terms and al other information apply to
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W. H. WEBB,
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