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fol. XII, No. 23.
MIDWAY. BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY. APRIL 9,   1900.
$2.00 pw Year.
zf. McLEOD,
KRISTER. Solicitor, Etc.
Gkicnwood, 8. C.
NICHOLSON,
—: Notary Pcbuc,
BAL ESTATE,
FINANCIAL AGENT
and MINING BROKER.
ICKlNNEY, B.C.
Dr. R. Mathison,
 : DENTIST.
NAOEK--FLOOD   BLOCK    •    GREENWOOD.
1.H.U1LJ H.CSHA?
Hallett & Shaw
BARP.'-STERS.  SOLICITORS,
Vitanrt Public
•(JiMaAMn*--
•H uxrrT.'
K*.tf ic) "tlel
Motrins &
Now is the Time
to buy your furs, winter dry-
goods and clothing, heavy   and
medium gents' furnishings. We have taken
stock and find   that last year's business warrants us to reduce  the price on all the above
articles and  we offer our patrons bargains in all.
There are quite a few remnants in  plain and fancy silks
and satins as well as dress goods, which we wish to
o
clear.     This week  we will show ladies' white
wear in chemises, nightgowns,  skirts and
drawers, and make a special sale of
their during the month of
JANUARY.
PROVINCIAL NEWS.
BRITISH ANO FOREIGN.
We have a full and complete stock in plain and fanc\
Groceries   at lowest  possible prices.    Xew
California Naval Oranges and Fancy Lemons at
La Grippe Epidemic at Nelson.-- A UtUe Account for Portu!?&l t0
S. & 0. Railway Shows a Pay.-Ostrich Feathers Come
Ppoflt.-Botanical Speci- High.- Whaleback's Enor-
mens for Australia. mous Cargo.
DOMi'-lON NOTES.
Pheasants for Vernon District.-Rail- Munificent Voluntary Offering*. -Low
way   Extension   on    Vancouver Wastes    Paid    at    Washington
Island.- Chinese at   Victoria Lumber Mills.   Chicago's Big
Cause a Sensation. Population.
Mr. \V. E. Renouf, of Victoria, has
l#en appointed Custom appraiser al
Dawson.
The new town of Procter,  oil  Knot-
Two Centenai ians  Dead - An
Epidemic of Measles at Hami:-
ton--A Disastrous Fire.-P.e-
Distribution Bill Defeated.
A $700,000  EsUte.-To  Suffer ths
Death Penalty on Qood Friday.—
Ontario's Oood Immigration
Shoeing.
The first International eat exposition |
will he helil in Berlin this month.
Hon. J. Israel Tarle  has airived in
Paris.
According to the Delagoa Bay Rail-1    Madame Christiana Rectenr. • f Otta-
on jvoot-j WMJ. award. Portugal is   condemned j wa. Ont., is nemi, aged 102 year*.
enay Lake, ia «aid If   he  booking,   A   to pay 15.315,(00 franra, lalHiut *£«»,•
manlier of men are working   la. iug | rj*y) i
out lots aud uleai n,_t up the ground.
The proposal ibal British Columbia
shall erect a building fnr the exhihi-
lionatih** Winnipeg fair of the pro-
consignment of|<*urls"'*•*'--Provface, is meeting with, ,.,,. ,,,. ,.
'favor, j    The Duke of Noifolk  has resigned  ^ Khercnlon>'
Premier Mat-tin has puhlicly  staled ; the office of Pustuiastet-General in thei,    Mrs. Margaret McFariane, aged 102.
tbat   tbJ general elections  wil   lake
Douglas Batter»hy. a ti. ket broker
kuown to tourists ad over the country,
Her Majesty Queen Victoria rootero-l died »' Montreal last month.
plates publishing another series of her j    Jdmes Speuce, aissident   ofWinni-
diaries. lbe profits to go  the Mansion j *-eg for 50 years, died on March 28.   He
House war fund.
was one of pioneer s-ttlers in  the old
ids*''
'.i mn. I .(
SUTHE   _*•      i
~"        ...   MIDWAY, B
TART   PTBLir.
(XSTOMS   BROK.fR,
COMMISSION AG   Nl.
HAIN & CO'S.,
)ost.QffieeStore,   -   -   Midway.B.C.
The Duke of Noi folk   has resigned
the office of Postmastet -General in the
British Cabinet.   He is going to South j died at Stnne-vall
Africa with the Sussex Yeomanry.       I "If0-   She was one
,    . ,    , ,     .        .   id- nta of Manitoba.
It  is expected   that    the   imperial;
penny postage, inaugurated January
' measles were ve\
pstoms *n*
Und Ac
\  l»Kia tr-
used     X, -ier»! Act   Y~n-/V^"N^->
:r$ drav.r, u;     -111-     V
Hotel Spokane,
)^X^C^ Seventh st- " Midway.
H. flORAN, PROPRIETOR.
-*. ,   icUnruitJ"
' place almut June 15, aud that there
I will l*e a session of the Legislature
early in July.
James Cull, formerly a resident of
| Hamilton, Om.. is under ai rest in Vit-   »i||   show
j loria ou  woid  telegraphed fiom   Jti*   ivivnui*.
■ 'Chief of Police of  ib»   former city,
charging bim with  lbe embezzlement
,.f s'-.50O.
During ihe past  month   Dr.  Ruse,
h'tise phy-iiian at the Nelson bospi-
tal admitted    thirty   patients to the
getieial hisnital and  gave UIO consul-
j tali ms.   The majority of the   latler
Were for CUBrof la   grippe,   which is | of Sbamroek seed which wi'l he sown I
epidemic in Nel-on. j upon th- graves of Irish soldiers in
Rossland  "Rccoid': While; -South Africa.
Man., a few xlavs
■i tbe oldest resi*
One ht.ndred inu sixty-four c;ises of
ited to the  Medical
Health Officer of Hamilton, Ont.. iu
me week of last month.
Mr*. J. A. M ihewson, of Montreal,
grand daughter of Rev. Wm. Black,
who founded t!,.- Methodist Missions
in Nova Scotia, is dead.
Owing to the large increase in business lhe C.  P. H Co.   has decided to
The Duke.if York has accepted from   erec* lle,v freight sheds in Toronto, at
i resid-nt of (oik a thousjuid packages I a p^ „f about £5 t<X).
A lew company known as the lui-
|ierial Cotton '' ■ ninny, with a capital
uf ¥30.000,   :i ; «s   to  estahl'sh   a
1,1>W. at therlos** of the fin in-ial year
slightly   increji-sed   net'-.
I
The Russian Government, according
I to a dispatch tn  the London "Times"
! from St. Petersburg, is i-on-idering a
scheme   for a large   increase in   the
Russian Navv.
promising new-roads in ail |    The  Virginia   lesrMature   hns   be-j fu tory
directions, work on the existing roads I fore it a hill pi-i.hi'itimr the  employ-1 hands.
b»s l-een st"pi»ed for Uck of fund',   as ! n,ent In factories of -hildren  under !l
a result of hi- holding nttke i,x,xl delay-1 years of jiee and Knitting the hours if
lahor uf those under 18.
Hamilton to  employ  500
trama-Mi
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K. McEntirr.
i'W^.
*7*9.
BoDDslI & M.Eotire.
1   di
'iqs and
,-
3  i LSt
,te.
Iri'    zz:
n 1 ..i.i Camp ii
e Kinney.
A new building, well furnished. Everything new
and first-class. Only the choicest Wines. Liquors
and Cigars kept in stock. Headquarters for Mining
and Commercial Men.
CR CHEEK HOTEL
MOUTH OT ROCK CREEK
Dry Goods:-
This week we are showing
a full line of. ..
ine 'h*- <**I-uioti. till ht* bas ui(tur*^i
his scbfiiifs.
Th** Victor!* B t.m1 of Tmde Ims
iinaninttHi-ly p^"***tl a irrsnlulioc) ursine the Drmiini'inum) PrtiviniUIGot*
r-rtihienr** tognUl* ■■ii'sili»>s Tf> <»*fjiir*t»
'h** fii*-n<inn nf the fcqtriiuftit tt Nh-
ntimo ntilnnd to iht nurthern end
*'i V*ii:'i»uver i>Und.
Harrr A. 0>-r'J>n- nf OttnwH, and
William Way, of T^evd, OnUHfi,
atre h\*.*. week instantly kill'-d and nJ
niu*! i'lnwn to piw**?* in an eTpl'«*i<i'
in thf packiiii;-Ii '(is** <>f th*1 OnUrt'ti
P.iwdr*r C > itpauy'?. f i, Uny, *t X-!-"n.
(.'hiii-esr* tnitirn*. ftiJT3 t!;e KanAlinn
"Fi*-** Pr-s*." ;o-r* t';n>J'y inkinfi tht*
pUr***. uf whit** inen in the I'nj.in
tttiries. Wli-n*-'*. *-r a «hi-** man quit*
ur i-*ili-M.lt tijfetl hi" pi i'»* i** HJed hy a
ri.nminrfii. The -*-; p.us .<»p**t*t <*f the
j M-HKotian que-i-u is Dot decr*»asini_
h-re.
The Vnitp-! States i« n-
fot^st r»»spfves d*i a no '
arransring for the snip* of
l> r'»f a rertain **.\7.t*: in
treat th-m ;*is tre- f-^rns
Bbr-'I.ASf*.    AcTOMMODATtOSf   FOR   G-IST*.
GOOD STABLING
llert .-'i-hm*on Kettle Rivir.#1
M. E. HALE,
1 Ate of Adams. Oregon,
i Gradvata of
LH&meUe University,
s«!»jin. Oregon^
nd " '(tiv» io£tntc!ioa oo ttw Piano
nes of pupil-, ami will also p:ay at
*i ti.in'-es in tNe district.
Kor terms, etc., address,
CHOWELL^ HOTEL,
Midway.
iPrints, Ginghms, Zephyrs anil Samner vy;!i;rrf
■:• DBESS GOODS. ■:-
Carpets and Linoleums.
Th- Re_itribut nn Bill w»a thniwu
ui liy the &• natr hy a. vole of 41 In IH.
. Sir Mruk-nzi,- B.»**eirj?amendment for
r potting its I the nil ojonths' hoist was drrnti l.v
s.* ha«is hy!—majority.
Undin*-tiiii| xhe Di.miniom Government htu
fact, it will riVii'ini n l to permit trap fishing in
I Canadian wjiters, This permission
Tbe,.ik nwt!nnoftheTr;in.-i-Per8ian!,,";t-sPI,>,i'*e,l •"*• by certain parties in
r»it«r»3 hw> heen --C solutely decided j Bnti-h CuluiuWa.
nrnmhyJtiBBJa T''e line will helWi Henry Willianis, a burglar who
utiles lone ani wili cn«t 150,000,0001 shut and killed .1. E. Varcoe, a store-
rm'.'es iTnrk*-st .■ si, or about 4112.-: keeper in Toronto, on 9th ttotetnhet
mUO- I but, will he hinged in Toronto ou 13th
Thc South African war bas caused a inst- l'""<* F""iday.
s-oc'ty rf ostneh feathers in Eun Fire bi<s d—trnyed the Montreal
p>aii uuirkets. nd this year there has! Rolling Mills, and four firemen were
lieen a jj-eline of 40 per cent, in the- injured i.y the roliaps-* (rf a building,
supply, involving a proportionate riseIThe lose B SttOUO ,nl 3D0 men are
in price. thrown out of work.
A drinking fountain is to he erected ; -^n OiUwa press despa'ch states
in Brooklyn as a memorial to the lale;that tu-toms receipts during, the
Miss Frances E. WilUrd. under diret-! month of March were $2,847,380 as
tion of the Women's Christian Tern-: compared witU jJ2..jBI.2lt) for the same
s lieen caused at   perance l'nion, and from contributions ; ""J"tl* llit year, an increase of !j4S4,-
rv hv the pivi Dy school children. j'*"•
sedi'tioui placards      The   Chtin-h of   England at home'    The wili of the late ex-Mayor G. E.
a«kiiiic in stiiiscriptions from the t'hi-   raised last year in voluntary offerings,
\,.e-r pnoulaiioii   loa  fund   to   belpj the magnificent snm of £7,16t,_4, or Iestale
Tucketi. of Batoilton,   disposes  cfac
STljn.mi, the Ontario Govern-
Cbio.in  «-,irdiiig off Briiish aggres-  considerably more than «35,l»1.0i».   A!"ieilt  ?ptli''**   *-*''l'«    in   snecrssion
-•on.   The language used in  the pla-   ,-nod enough record surely for a church \ dutirS*   Th-e»ute goes to the children
Take a look and we are sure
the price will make you buy.
I etO*    ***********
[I R: MCELMON.
Ppaotieal Watch Maker,
I'Ol'I'KR  ST
GREENWOOD B.C.
THE MIDWAY Tl
J. R. JACOBS, Manager.
CO., LTD..
cnnls was something atrocious. which some wrongly aver to be decay-
Messrs. ArtOKlroog * Company, ing.
UnUeis. have received from the Brit- Mr. Carter H. Harrison, Mayor of
i-b Columbia Government a statement • Chicago, figures lhat hy the time the
sli ..ring that Ibe earnings of the Sims-1 twenty-first century mils around that
wjip ,V Okanagan Railway for lhe six ciiy will have a population of 2.1.14.S.-
nioittb!* ending December lasl were KO.nll. This means an increase at the
S*J«.,*Sn.l». operating expenses. jlloSi-! rate of a little over twenty millions
SO. ani surplus, $S.33<}. everv vear.
The Vancouver Bojod of Trade has,'
adopted the following resoluti..n :'
That, owing to the number of l*oards
liooj Tool... Plenty Material,
and jo yean etperlence tu 4e
•rork correcti).
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Midway Meat Market
K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor.
At this establishment customers cm get choicest cuts of
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL.
of trade in. v existing in this Province
it is the opinion of thl*. Board lhat the
lime has arrived when it would lie
courteous tin the part of the Board in
Victoria to niter the designation of
saiil B-sird. vii., "British Columbia
B ..iii|..fT.-Ji.|e."
.'•ix liund.-ed botanical specimens
have le-en -*iu to Sydney, New South
\V..|es. 1,11 1 h . .,!,-,un -r   Warri'iioo hv
dike's Horn..,.
A Private Hospital
and Nurses' Home.
PPE* H limer St.. Vancouver.
lical.S'.rgical andMidwiferycases
Terms:—   PrivaHe   Rooms.
i.|irr wtmk*   Beds in Wards, «10
ek.
s .-'ii' into the country at the
charges,    telegrams receiving
■nediate attention.
_JI applications to be made to
SISTER FRANCES.
* ■   - Retvigei-atoi* on the prejmiaea  •   -
t Therefore Meats are always fresh and sweet     Call jiihI get a good joint
S for dinner to-dav.
1       TELEPHONE 311* P. O. BOX 25
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£
Mr. J. li
And r
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Depill
v Minister
of Auricu
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Midway News Depot
THOS. WALKER. PROP.,
Dealer in   .   .   .
BOOKS, MAGAZINES and STATIONERY,
Candies, Canned Goods and Biscuits*.
CIOARS AND TOBACCO.      WALL PAPER.
.1111-, which will I-   tinned out in Ihe   operated   hetween
Vein-ill ili-irirt I hi* spring. Thei litiiAte ; Silieria.
,-build  lie ,.1.1.1 i  il.lv Mined  to  Ihi-se
\ liiil-. and if 1 h*-> il- protected strictly
fora fen -.ji-. .ris they will prohahly
; irriease lrt('idly.
The inn 11 nf   KuskanuHik   has been
il..-ti..vil   I.y Hie     Fifty people   lost
.veiyiliing: total loss alwnt $15,001).
I with no iii>iirance.   Kuskano..k is on
lhe Knolinay Lake, near the iHirdn-
I U-lwi-ei. Idaho and British Columbia,
j only fi.or miles fiom Kootemiy Land-
; ing.    The    lown    was  an Muportani
j and grandchildren.
The induction of Rev. William Patrick. D. D.. M be principal and professor of thenli>gy iu Manitoba College
has lieen Hied by the Presbytery of
Winnipeg; to take place in Knox
Church. Winnipeg, on April 19.
The Minist- r uf Agriculture and the
Dominion limeminent have decided
that no bounty will he given for the
uiaiitifacturvof beet sucar. They claim
that the glowing accounts given of the
industry by promoters are not true to
facts.
The University of Mctiill, Montreal,
has ntfered to rotifer the honorary
degree of LL. 1> •ipoti Captain A. T,
Mahan, the eminent V. S. Naval authority : Professor Barker physicist,
and Mr. J. F. vVhiteares,of the tan-
adian Geotofiiral Survey.
The report of the On'ario Department of Immigration for 1S80 shows
teerage passengers settled
I in Ontario. These figures take no account of the immigrants from the
The whalehu-k steamer Inverness car- Cnited States or the cabin passengers
ried from Everett. Wash., laat month ! arriving in Canada. The increase is
an enormous cargo to Siberia, com- one of nearly 20 per cent, over the
orising 1000 tons of flour, 3,000.000 feet previous year. The cost per head Io
of lumber and a iaige consignment of' settle these immigrants was S 1.01, as
general merchandise. This vessel is j compared wilh Sill in 1SS*.
the first nf a fleet to he pern anently j Commerci il Agent Johnson of Stan-
Puget Sound and j t,rtde*> gives interesting statistics on
j the husiness done between the ','nited
President .lame* J. Hill of the Great: Slates and Canada in lambs and
Northern Railwav, has organized a. poultry. During September, October
corporation known as tbe Eastern land November. lsiS, 112.00) lauibs,
Shipbuilding Conipany, for the pur-i making 580 carlo-ids, were shipped
pose of building large steamers to hoi from Canada. These lambs, at in
run in the trans-Pacilic service. The' j>veraa:e of $L£Q ajhoa, represented a
j torn pany has purchased an old ship- total value of aliout ji27O,0CO. The
, yard on the Thames River, at New United States Government received
I London, Conn., where whalers were' jPQ,GflO in duties on account of these
. built many years ago.   It is expected  importations.   Mr. Johnson *ays that
A despatch from Asmara says that
the Anglo Abyssinian convention for
frontier delimitation has been signed
lietween Empet-ur Menelik and Great
Britain. Metenoiie. which was within
the influence of the English zone, is
now Abyssinian territory.
The stateineut of the State Railway
and Fn.et-.ry Inspector shows that
the average wages paid in 1 he lumber
and sbirgie mills of Washington is
about »C7^p*-rilay. The lowest wages
piid is for firemen,  who receive §1.75
per day.   The highest are received  by    ,
.   ' , .     ,. ..'    lhat *,<
head sjiwyers and bookkeepers, their
compensation being H per day.
I point while the Crow's Nest Pass rail- i 'hat contracts for the steel plate for; the trade in poultry  was corres]
II o«d was uuder construction. 1 the uew steamers will soon be let.       ' iugly eiteueive. MONDAY. APHIL 0. 1000.
Several influential Greenwood residents tire negotiating with a Mr. R.
Armit with a view to arranging with
thai gentleman lo establish ore sampling work* in or near Gieenwnod. II
is to be hoped that success will attend
their efforts, for the more industries
there are to employ liilxir the lietter
for the district as a whole.
As a Provincial Court of Revision
for the Rossland Riding of the West
lContentiy Electoral District will be
held Jii Rossland on May 7, it is important that all voleis resilient in Ihis
district whose names are not yet on
the roll should al once make application to be register*d. Registration
forms can be obtained at Tee Advance
office.
dei'lieriiiift deeper into litigation ovist re I grades. Itis Imped that some
satisfactory arrangements will be made
with property owners, and thus site
to some extent ihe ratepayers' pocket.
If the eitv council would put complaints over grade mailers into the
hands of the city engineer, he would
doubtless be able to settle all difficulties with property owneh without
legal proceedings being taken."
Two or thiee weeks ago Ihe Greenwood "Times'' published a statement
Ihe plain inference from which was
that lhe Associated Press whs lo have
a representative at Greenwood, A
well-informed correspondent writes to
Tun Adva.vcb intimating that there
is no intention al. thn present time lo
Appoint a local correspondent for Ihe
Associated Press iu the Boundary dis
trict This is another Greenwood
"Times" bnhhle pricked.
In annlhe*-column some particulars
are given ofa trip Capt. J. 0. Gore
made from Midway down the Kellie
River nne day last week. The object
of ihis trip—lo determine the feasibility or otherwise of Ihe proposal to
utilize the river as a means for transporting freight, for Republic and
other points, from Midway lo Curlew
—is one of much local interest, since if
the project be practicable it will materially assist In establishing Midway's
claim that it is Ihe natural distributing
pwint for the mining catnps acrois the
International lioiiiiilaty line to the
southward us well as for those west,
north-west and south-west.
The Executive of lhe Trail Creek
Lii ei nl Conservative Association bas
arranged lo hold a Liberal-Conservative convention at Kossland to-morrow
afteriioui, 10i.li inst,, for  lhe purpose
Mil gratifying to find that the selfish ipirit thai prompted the suggest inn
I bal Greenwood should hold a celebra
tion on Queen's Birthday—which is the
particular day in the year Midway
Inui, after having observed il for three
successive years, come lo regard as its
especial holiday—was nnl general
among those who attended lasl Wednesday evening's public nieeling nl
Greenwood. The decision not lo interfere with Midway's holiday exhih
its a gracious consideration, which, al
though only what tuiglll have been expected,should draw from the people of
Midway iippieiial Ive acknowledgment
in lhe shape nf as numerous an alien
dunce as is possible al the Greenwood
celebration, to be held later on.
Camp McKinney.
The Cariboo is stated to lie working
in some of the richest ore yet struck I
in lbe bottom level of lhe mine, lt j
wns found east of the old workings
and in the Okanogan claim. More
than 50 men are now employed at this
mine.
A strike is reported at the lower
level of the Sailor. A pay streak of
ore from 30 inches to four feet, six
inches iu width is said to give values
ranging up to $fi()per ton. The quartz
is mineralised wiih galena and entries
gond values in gold. Three shifts of
men are working on this property,
whieh lies about north-west of the,
Minnehaha and south west of the
Carihoo.
Al the Waterloo a body of good ore
is being drifted on. It is thought that
depth is all ihat is required to prove
this property a permanent mine.
The Mammoth, west of the Eureka
also has a fine showing, in the tunnel
probably al a depth of 100 feel from
the surface. A winze is being sunk,
following the ore down.
A nice vein hns, it is reported, been
struck oil lhe Dayton. Work will
probably be resumed soon on the Kamloops on which there is some nice ore
of nominating * candidate at the forth-j The mill has been suited on the Lemon
l-oiiiiiig elect ions, I.i represent the Ross
bind Riding of West Kootenay in the
in -xi Provincial Legislature. The
association, realizing the necessity for
prompt and united action, is sparing
no effort to ensure success al the polls
for ils candidate, whoever he may he,
m.d witb Ibis end in view il i_ rendering all the assistance in its power
to wai ils pet feeling the organization of
the Conservative party ihrr.nghoiil
ihe tiding.
property on which ten men are now
working.
Messrs. A. McKay and H. S'ephen
son lately struck a vein of Hne ore ot
the Sovereign, west of the Alma,   The j McNulty
ore shows coarse free gold and assays
up to $30.
Bronko Bill, I'lovidence camp, Thos.
F. Gaine.
Pueblo fraction, Beaver Creek, M. J.
M. Wood.
Silent Friend, Smith's camp, Steve
Mackav.
Cliff, Canyon creek, W. S. Fletcher.
C. O. 1)., Canyon rreck,A.F.Thnma.s.
Lion, Canyon creek, E. Fletcher.
APBII. 4.
Pembroke, Kimberly camp, Edward
G. Pope.
Buck  Horn,   Kimberly camp,   Ed.
Pope.
Elsie, Perkins camp, F. B. Boone.
APRIL 5.
Log Cabin, Smith's camp, Louise
Castleiiian.
Gladstone, Central camp, E.G. Cuin-
iniugs.
Oiyiupia, Central camp, M. D,
Sulieuck.
Sunny side, Deadwood camp, P. N.
Gladden.
Golden Crown, Smith's camp, John
Wallace.
APRIL 7.
Cumberland, Kimberly cump, San*
ford Dixon,
Glove, Catnp McKinney, Chas. W,
Ramho.
Abeicraig, Providence camp, James
N, I'tilon.
Monitor, Cranberry Greek, W. H.
Ram Ihi,
Silver Tip, Beaver creek, Elmore
Collier.
APRIL 0.
Spring Beaulv, Camp McKinney, V.
L. Bash.
Ida fraction, Grahams camp, VV. H.
Norris, Jos. Beck wilh and 1. M. Macdonald.
Ten to One, Beaver creek, Henry
Strauss.
CKRT1PICATBS OP   WORK.
APBII. 3.
Mistery, fraction. James Paggi..
Providential. James Paggi.
Bijou (2 years), Tims. F. Gaine.
Glen wood, P. Johnson et al.
Astoria, H. H. Shallenlierger.
Arcadia, H. H. Shallenlierger.
APRIL 4.
Champion, W. J. Nelson.
Texas, C. /E. Shaw.
Sunny Side, VV. G. McMynn.
Black Warrior, C. H. Archibald.
APRIL 5.
Aloha, Anarchist, fraction, and Banner, fraction, Camp McKiune) Gold
Mining Co. Ltd.
Blue Jay and Granite, M. H. Kane,
Columbus, James Cunningham.
Montani, Colorado, Nevada and
Idaho; A. Waidell.
Pan-ot, E Sullivan.
Kaffer King, Ed. Sullivan etal.
APRIL 6.
Big Windy, Highland Queen C. M.
Co.
Pandle, Ed. James.
APRIL 7.
Jo wel, John Gray.
Maylield fraction, (8 years), M. H.
McMahon.
War Eagle and Gold Bug, E, Rork.
APHIL li.
Dayton, fraction, (3 years), Chas.
Hamilton etal.
Lygia, Cromer, King, Excelsior,
Que. Hand Alma, W. II. Norris.
Marshall and  Little  Anvil, James
J. fl. UNSWORTH,
DRUGGIST
MIDWAY
B.C.
Seventh Street, and see our stock of
Men's,   Youths' and   Boys'  5uits
At Bed Rock Prices.
Also  a   Fine Line   of  Millinery  Goods   no
Being  Opened.
CROWELL'S HOTEL
^t«rf«rf*r«fr*etr-r*««f**«^*W***tff*«t«frf*f(>ffee^
S. A. CRQW-Ll, Proprietor. Rev-.mii stiW, u m „,,,, •*. c,
*                                                                        One Work Wwi irf It,. „„ ,.   .
to*	
F. COSTERTON
VkllSON B.C
NOTARY PUBLIC.
A__rmmx-t.  X*owemwe-
Thb Royal Insuranck Coy.
Thb London and Lancashire Firk
Insurance Coy.
The  Insurance Coy. op North
America.
The London and Canadian Fihk
Insurance Coy.
The Sun Life Assurance Coy or
Canada.
The Dominion Building and Loan-
Association.
Appraiser for the Canada Permanent Loan and Havings Coy
'"pHlS is a new building bard finished all
furnished  in  tirst class style.   The
is supplied with the best on the  market,
furnished with a choice stock of Wines,
Cigars.    :   :   :    :
thn.
dinii
Patronage of the Public is Solicited and Satisfaction is Guaranteed
The decision of the directors of the
CarihiioMcKinney Mining Co. to
shortly add 20 stamps, thus increasing
tbe nunilier in the mill at the mine to
40, is a matter for sincere congratulation, as not only promising benefit
directly to Camp McKinney but indirectly to lhe Province, since the larger
output of gold that will thereby be ensured will make n proportional ely hetter showing from the only dividend
paying mine on the mainland of Brit
1 reatment of Republic Ores.
TRANSFEHS.
APRIL 2.
Lancaster, all interest. Raynaroe, il
interest, Da Mi .lim., fraction, * inter*
The owners of the Republic mine in i ■**■ lnm Pyrites, 8*8 inteiest. Hector,
' J inlerest. Early History, o-32 inteiest,
Briton, 5 32 inteiest,
Washington have taken au important
step in regard to the treatment ot the
low grade oi-es, of which there is a very
large quantity already on the dump or
blocked out in the mine. The Pelatan
Clerici process, which has been in use
at this mine, has not proved successful, the recovery of gold reaching a
lower percentage than is considered
satisfactory, while the co-Jt of lhe pro
cess is too high lo yield a profit on a
large part of ihe cres. They have
therefore decided to make a radical
change in the mill. The high-grade j B L
ores will he shipped to  a smelter as
APHIL 3.
Hawkeye, J interest, John Massam
to A. Hanson.
Hawkeu-aiiil Kensington, J interest
each, Anthony Hanson to It. VV.
Hummer.
Sunt hern Belle, J interest, ,1. A. I'ns-
worth to John A. Tuzo.
APRIL 5.
(ioldeti  Rule,   all  interest,   H.  H.
Johnson to John H. Simpson.
APRIL 0.
Ono, (all interest), James Drunn to
Garrison.
APRIL 7.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In thenuHerof thppvtatf of Alexander
Wallace, late of lioaver Creek, in the
County of Yale, British Columbia, Kree
Miner, deceased,
NOTICK is hereby gtvefl pursuant to Ihe
"Revised Stalutf.-* of Hritich Columbia,
IsyT, Clmpu-r IO,' Ihu all erediiont and other*
having cutnti against the estate of the mid
Alexander Wallace who died oh or about Lhe
5th day of February JW*i, are required on or
before the I.Mh day of April 1»K) to send to the
undersign wl. solicitor* for Edwin Jacobs and
i-f, Mcl/eod, toeDXaCUtbf* named la Ihe lit-!
will and IvtsU'iient of said deoofuwd, their
names, addressee and deocriplkmf and the full
particular* of their respective claim* duly
verified by statutory declaration.
And further take notice that after ahM la*t
mentioned date th.* said executor**- will prweed
to distribute mr assets of the deoeaMd among
the parties entitled thereto, NtTfoff retard only
to ihe dftim-*- of which they t-lmll ibcn hare
noliee, aud thai the said executor* wilt not be
liable for the mi id aa*els or any narl thereof
lo any person or pei-wi"* of whose claims
notice shall not have been received by iln m at
the time of t-mch distribution.
Dated at Green wood, H. c., thi« Mlfa day of
February. 19UU.
HAU-ETT & SHAW.
Solicitor* for Wild Executor*.
Greenwood Dramatie Go.
Town  Hali, Wednesday
Evening, April nth.
-:- THE COMEDY -:-
FINNIGAN'S   yUibEY.
CAST.
. , ,. ,     ,.    . .     .,,,.        .heretofore, while a plant for the treat-
ista Oolumhi* between the Oold Range  _ent ,,f (h(, lo,v.gmdl
nml the Co ist. It is especially satisfactory to note that this action of the
directors is based, not upon conjecture as to what ore may he met with
in the mine, but upon tbe report of n
conservative mine manager of proved
reliability that there is a thive years'
supply of ore already blocked out in
the mine and that consequently to do
the properly justice the capacity of
mill should he doubled.
ores ou a very
large scale will be erected under the
superintendence and from the designs
of Mr.D.CIackling. Theplanshave not
lieen made public as yet, but the plant
will probably be on very much the I
same lines as that which Mr. Jackling
successfully winked out for lhe De La '
Mur-Mercur mine in Utah. The re*
suits iif this work will be watched with ;
mm li interest, as iis success will mean !
a great deal, oot only to the Repuhlic
mine itself, hut toother mines in th
district, the ores of which are of
similar character.
P. A. P., J interest, and Eff W. |
interest, John Holmes to Fred B.
Holmes.
APRIL 9.
War Eagle, J interest, E. Rork to
Cha.*-, \V. Ramho.
Davlon. j inlerest, S. M. Johnson
lo Chas. E. Hamilton.
Applications for Certificates of
Improvements.
.... F. A. Millis
...J. H. Ready
,._, Geo. Mundy
; Larry Finnigan.
■ Patrick, his son,
Dutch Jake	
r""",nl,   ,, iw. A. Trousdale.
( omit De Memey |
Mrs. Finnigan Mrs. F. A. Millis
The Riverside Hotel,
Is situated at Rock Creek, B.C.,  on   Ibe  main route of   tune
between Penticton -.nd all Boundary Creek points.   Stoppum
place for sl iges.
___L_____?___G<^
P-oprl«ta-.
Practical House and Carriage
PAINTING
Paper Hanging, Graining and Sign Painting. Also Kalsominiog
and all kinds of Decorative Work executed by
E. Nash j Co., Midway and Greenwood City.
KHTAHI.ISH KM   ls^jl,
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
LADNER'S.   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
Our  Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia
Trees Free-from, i'ests.
FRUIT   AXD  ORNAMENTAL TBHBS,   PLANTS  AND  VINES
Send for Free Catalogue.   |   E. HuTCHERSOM, Manager.
Katy, Jakes daughter..
Lady Hannah Lovejoy
Reserved Seats
Gentlemen .   .
..Alice Hardy
Emma Mediil
. $t,oo
.   76cts
Conservative Candidates.
wo   recent    editorial    admissions
made   liy   the   Greenwood   ''Miner"
st.ml oul in creditable contrast to the! Mining Journa
reckless mis-statements two or three
Grienwood honuisters have lieen in.
the habit of making for months past I    AneX(h""K«**>'s: The foilowin,*i*i a
In regard to the mining Industry the | revls('d l,st of s"«i«ht party line con-
"Miner" observed lately  "We have 8ervativ<'** wl*° l"n't' either consented
unt yet reached the producing stage, to rUn ln ,be c"minK •■'cHon or have
everything thus far lieing prospective." *Wen the p",vi»<-'''*l Conservative ex*
Referring io general  trade the "Mitt t" last week remarked ''Business is
picking up in Greenwood.   The spring
has heen quite dull,"  etc.   Few people were misled by the assertion that
Greenwood had  "the  biggest mines
on the continent" or that parrot-cry
re iterated during the winter "Busi.
ness   is   good in Greenwood."  Both
were palpably false, and  those who
made  these   mis-statements    either
placed a very low estimate upon ihe
intelligence of the public or presumed
upon a general ignorance of the affairs of the district.   The "Miner" has
for months enjoyed a good reputation
for clean journalism, so it is the more
pleasing to see it maintaining it whether in its avoidance of personalities
nr in its frank admission  of facts as
regards the business and industries of
Greenwood  and district, even when
th's- are not as flourishing as could be
desire!
Notin-s advertised  in   this week's
, ADVANCE air those of :—
Green Mountain, Black and Alfred,
in Given  Mountain camp, Keremeos
" Creek.
"Engineering mid     ., ...     ...
California, Kruger Mountain.
Excelsior, Golden Crown and Home-
stake, McCain Mountain.
Nickerson, Kruger Mountain.
Sunny Side, near to Kholt Creek,
(formerly called Prior Creek), lying
partly upon and Northerly of and adjoining Uil2.*i2, Township 71).
Lake View ami Orient, KrugerMouii-
ecutive In understand ihat they will l-ej tain,
ready lo go into the field if called upon.
Ill
In Victoria Wessis. Turner and Hei-
mcken will stand for candidates on the
straight parly ticket, subject lo the
decision of the. conservatives rf Victoria on the party line question :
Vancouver—Ohas. \Vilsun,   Q.   O,
andO. KTisdall.
Vicioria—Messrs, J. H. Turner, J. H.
Helmcken, and A. R, McPhillips.
New Westminster— It. L. Reid.
Hossland—Dr. Bowes, Mayor Goodeve nr Ex Lieut-Governor Mackintosh.
Kicliiiiiiiid ■- M. Wilkinson.
Delta—Ex-Lieu-Dewdney.
Chilliwack-A. ILOillanders.
Dewdney—R. AIcBlide.
Kast Lillooet—Win. Prentice,
West Lillooet-A. W, .Smth.
Carilioo—S Rogers and .'. Hunter.
North Yale-F.J. Fulton.
EaRt Yale-Price Ellison.
Kevelsloke-Tlms. J.Tavlor,
Slocan—R, F. Green.    "
Nelson—I. Houston.
Ca-Jsiar-Ciipt. J, Iriing and C.  W.
Clifford.
Ill
A quantity of good seed
potatoes for sale. Stock
new to the district and
grown without irrigation.
FAIRVIEW ■ HOTEL
Commercial and Mining men should put up
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION. EVERYfHING EXCELLENT
Qeo J. Sheehar*      -      -       -     f roprietor.
University Boat Race.
The eight-oared race hetween the
Cambridge and Oxford Universities
was rowed on the Thames last month,
and resulted in nu easy victory for
Cambridge, who won liy 2(1 lengths in
IS minutes, 47 seconds, thus tieing the
record time. The Cantabs were never
pleased, nnd in a more closely con*
tested rare, would easily have beaten
the record, The race has heen rowed
continuously since 1810, and Cambridge
now has 21 races to her ciedit and
Oxford HO. Cambridge also won last
year, but prior to IMW she bad not
secured a race since 18S) when Gardiner, the famous Emmanuel College
oarsman. Stroked the eight to victory.
There was a dead heat in 1877. Up to j Good Accommodation.
Saturday's race the record had been ] fles. Liipiors and Cigars,
held by  Oxford,  who,  in  1803, heat
(•timbridge by 2J lengths in 18 minutes!       . First-Class Stabling,
,Tslt""ds* ARMSTRONG B.C.
For prices apply to...
W. H. NORRIS,
MIDWAV.
A few Ions of carrots also on hand.
ARMSTRONG HOTEL.
H. KEYES, Prop.
Lancashire House.
: : MIDWAY, B.C. : :
 ®	
The undersigned having taken this well-
known and comfortable hotel invites the
patronage of all old customers and the public
generally.
BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Furnnce-ficnted nnd comfortably
furnished   rooms.
FIRST CLASS MEALS  WELL SERVED.
Thos. D. Banbury, Proprietor. lUinuiM..
It ll freely talkul of about town
tbat twn residents of. Midway will he
married on aith inst.
Mr. 8. Dahl has cominenced huilding
atotatey hotel on his lots near the
Kailway station.   Mr.  P. Heldstab iu
prevising the work.
O. Lundy is arranging to build a
iKnuse so as to I.i-  utile to grow
jfal plants   nnd   flowers  and  so
keep pace Willi the incre.isiug deinanil
tor them.
las Anderson,   manager   of Ihe
if British Nm ih America,   nnd
||r,JJ.'^ftycrs Gray, both of Oreen-
mtm.*, _mp among last Saturday's vis-
iuwt:Hgdw'iy'
Kb of England  Coinmiinion
* J-™1 be held during tbe Easter
ive those desirous of making
r Coiiiiiiuniou  an   oppoi*
o so,
live Pringle, Jas. Kerr and
I, will    represent  Green
E. Jacobs, Midway, at the
M5oiiJX-i-v.it in-    I'liiiveutioii    at
BB to-uion-ow.
ftOOt prcgrcss was  made last  week
Mill the construction of the ('. P. li.
telegraph line, now lieing extended to
Uldway.   It is aiuicipaied that this
Work will Im* completed hy the end of
thecunent week.
lira. Sinailes, of (ireenwood, was
down on a brief vij.it to Midway last
Week. Dr. and Mrs. Mathison also
spent a few days here. Mrs. Sydney
Johnsoaand her si-t<-i are here Um.
Oreenwood ladies Und a visit to Mid
Way a Wiry pleasant change.
Mr. Hfcanieron. of Greenwood, has
K the hotel at Wesl Bridge
Jtondiicled by Mr. John Mc*
M^e-i '-'■"''•K1' "s '**" name of
Hbenl on the Wesl Fork situ-
H'K,V*' t*,e junction of that
■jtb tbe main Kettle Hiver.
Mr. uHcNatighton, after making a
■[Improvements to his house,
I  in  his lots and ploughed
MM in readiness  for cropping.
B. W.  Reed aud J. H. Bush
Menclosed Iheir lots wiih neat
fenwMherel.y adding much to the ap-
pearaBMof tbeir i-espective  homes.
VtuBUBBtiday will I* good Friday
hndSwday will lie Faster Day. No
chnrdi .Seivi.es   have   yet   heen   an
--C(9H^H°r Midway, but both days
Will haafcrkcd hy suitable servii-es at
I he Church of Kngland, (it een wood,
where, too, iln-services of the other
chutthifcs'will have particular reference
tn the Raster season.
S(*. T. M. (iulley & Co.. the Iarg
Mdamei's in furniture iii this district,
bavejasi  ri r.-iv.-ii tin nr. ,.f ImiI
rnowanit.-s. in 10 styles ; two cars of
HL in ill styles -ine car of hrass
•IMf-Won bedsteads, iii I'i styles; 1 car
fdding. in styles ..f springs and l:t
Styles of l..|. Ill itlresse* ; .lie car up-
ni*I»t«*red no nl*. ciiiuprisiinr parlor
Mites,'couches, hed bmiiges, etc.
Tttst Tuesday iiflernoon Mr. W. 0.
Robins, the well-known livery mail
of Qicen wm ill, visit.sl Midu'.-iy for the
of ohtainiug a marriage Iiil.- was accompanied by the
ftect, Mrs. Philomene (iendron.
norning. nt Greenwood, the
[e took place, Rev. Father Pal-
lciating. Mr. and Mrs. Rubins
it on the afternoon train en
m>  Allierta  for a honeymoon
Dr.tt.R White, of Camp McKinney.
wns* eall-r at Thk Ahyanck otlice
3J_H__*.ujiy    He bail   the  previous
makes up a considerable  |nil-tion  of In  preparation   for    Canada's trains*
theTowiiof Greenwood Into ground continental "flyer."  Tin* following h
a recent press despatch from Moo
treal:—The "Imperial Limited," which
the C. P. R. ran fl Montreal in Van
couver last summer, will be pill on
again early in June. Th" same time
of one hundred bonis helweeu the two
cities will lie made.
The Hall nines' Smelter.
There seems to be a good deal lie-
hind tbe rumors already referred to in
these columns to the effect that the
Gooderhain • Blackstock Syndicate is
after the Hall Al in -rt* smelter at Nel-
sou, B. C. At a special general meeting of the shareholders of the Hall
Mines Compauy, held in London, Kng
land, about a week ago the official
statement was made thai a Canadian
company had offered to take over the
whole property, and that a representative of those making the offer was
then on his way to London. Messrs.
Gooderhain and lilack.stock tvere al
that time in the middle of the Allan
tic, and they are now iu London,—Toronto "World."
 >-♦♦	
,    Why Europe Hates Britain.
The true reasons foi European julii-
uliuii over recent. Uriii-.h disasters in
South Africa are baited nf republican
Kngland, envy of cuuuiieicial Kngland, and jealousy of colonial Kng
and. There is not a court in Europe
«here the English system of govern*
ment responsible lo the people, which
iejects lbe idea of Ihe ditine righl of
..ings and derives its authority lu rule
and tu lax from the people, is out
in Id in official abhorrence. For more
lhan a century England has heen Ihe
Sanctuary for the oppressed refugees of
Europe and ils free press bas held the
lurch of liberty and popular government before the eyes of t he over-taxed
helpless millions of ihe continent.—
Chicago "Times-Herald."
day i
the,!
ofl
in
inpanied Supt J. P. Keane, of
McKinney mine, to Green-
It is understood that the latter
Ss charge a heavy gold bri.-k,
It of a recent clean up at the
White stated that Camp
y is  in   a  fairly   prosperous
having a pay-roll of about
with an Increase in prospect.
. I). McClung and November
son, of Midway, are indig-
heing described In the Given-
ines" ils "Iwo Indians" who
nifd Capt. Gore down the
jlver last week. They ridicule,
statement of the "Times" thst
ire went to Republic seeiug
■y saw bim land at Grand
Like many others they con
tit sn st is uig is the animosity
.'imes" towards Midway that
glut tell ihe truth about it if il
to try, winch it seldom does.
The B»St number of the Siniilkameen
"8tar" la a civil ila hie production, con-
tabling a ileal of interesting reading
'Whiting chiefly to t he Similka-
|e editor will Hnd itdifflcult in
ilartu maintain thestandard
this issue, hut if as a genie can come anywhere near
will he welcomed hy many
Bxious to obtain news—re-
Wl, imt boom puffs, inwards
which, by the way, it does not appear
to**»u-rpf the Similkameen country,
Wilh IU Bright promise nnd lug pnssi-
-titiw. -y
On lionliY the "Times" man was so
(milch engrossed m the congenial task
of abusing those whose published facts
he Is .unable to controvert that he
Omitted tb print the interesting news
Item that a part of Greenwootl was
(hen under water. Tlie lower part of
(be Alhambra huilding and tbe ground
■MrofUtt Miners' Home hotel were
fooded-and other buildings suffered
Ht lo he built upon.
The Nelson "Miner" saysi— Mr.
Michael McBean, a merchant of Phoenix, secured % marriage licence at the
local Recorder's office in his name and
thnt of Miss Francis Mary Ueccrofl,, of
FlesherUiu, Ont. Miss Beecroft ar
rived in Nelson on Satin day and waa
met by Mr. McBean. They were after
wards married at Greenwood.
 ea-.	
Another Townsite.
The Nicola correspondent of the
"Inland Sentinel" recently wrote to
lhat journal i—Ex-Governor Dewdney
has returned from the Similkameen
country, where he has been selecting
a townsile. The site selected is about
ill) acres bordering on the Similkameen
and adjacent to the present ('. P. R.
survey. The new town is to la- called
Allison, lying almut a mile east of I he
Allison ranch, and being the Hrst
Crown grant of land given in the
Province. Mr. Dewdney has already
let a contiact for building n bridge Ln
connect wilh Copper mountain, and
also the contract for huilding offices,
to,, and is on bis way to the coasl  to
oiuplele arrangement for the platting
of the townsite.
 r*.	
Republic Freight Question.
Capl. J. 0. Gore, C. P. R. Port Cap
lain with  head  quarters  nl  Nelson,
came to Midway last Tuesday for the
purpose of proceeding down Keith-
River to ascertain whether ot  not  it
would lie feasible lo transport  heavy
freight for Republic from Midway   to
Curlew by water.   In conipany  with
two men, who know the river well, the
Captain left  Midway  in  a row-boat
sent here for his use, the intention lieing lo  go down-stream past Curlew
aud on to Grand Folks.   The day was
Hne mid there was plenty of water in
the river, so il ,v,is nol anticipated any
difficulty would be met with en route
It is  suggested   lhat  a  small   light
draught steamer of  sufficient power
to low back up-stream scows that had
been sent down loaded with freight,
be placed on the river so ns lo take
freight for Repul.lic and neighboring
camps from  Midway  lo Curlew and
thus do away with the wagon haul between  these   points,  or from Grand
Forks. Ihere does hot appear to beany doubt in the minds of those most
interested as to the practicability of
transporting the freight by water during May an I June, but the question is
will ihe conditions la* favorable dor-
ling   the la tier pail   of summer and
through the fall?   If so,  practically
all the fre ght coming in over the C.
I P. li. for ihe Republic district will la-
i transhipped from the railway can nl
j Midway instead of at Grand Forks.
! This Would, of course, be to the bene-
' Ht of Midway, since the more freight
that is distributed from here lhe lietter
I for thetown.
j   Since the foregoing was written it
has been learned lhat Capt. Gore got
I through to Grand Forks safely, reach*
| ing there aliout Hve o'clock the sanu
afternoon, As Midway was left soon
j after 11,1. III. and stoppages were made
at Curlew and Nelson, Wash,, together
of about an hour and a half, it would  ally), were from the  United Stales!
appear that lhe time actually spent lu  last year _.6(flseltleis mine imu il„
going down  the  river aus between IDominion, of whom 12,000 came lion
four and five hours. JI he Republic lo thesouili.
M_K_E_l_B_B^_■■■^—■■—l
Death of Mrs. McAulay. of the enmity had $1 !.o*),-Jil.-.uc.i ••-
I    On Saturday   evening   residents of > inl lit* PuM Officeaud Gunou'n.-ul £••
Midway were  shocked lo  learn  thai lings Batiks; in June  1S.M   tin*   hail
Mrs, McAulay, wife of Mr. Thus.  Mc-1 been increased $3,71X1,000 dm Jiuin-
■ Aulay, lbe widely-known proprietor of  ary, 1000. Ihe mul had grown lo $51,*
lbe Boundary hotel, had died thai af-1563,000,
] teriioon shorlly after giving birth lo a!   The amount of hank clearings is ive-
'lathy Kir1.   The death was entirely uq*| agnized as a reliable Indication of ihe
expected hy lbe many friends of the I condition of trade.   The clearing., in
j deceased lady.   Dr.  .lakes  was with  the six principal cities iu I'..inula
; her all day, hm his efforts to save her
i life were unavailable,
|   The hue Mrs. McAulay was in 1807-8 j increase of $375,000,000 in twnyears.
j favorably known to many in the dis-      In 1895, IS1*) and 1807,  the Canadian
:trict as Nurse  Hamill,   of  the Green-1 pHciHc  Railway  Co.     ai-unli    can-
wood hospital. In the latter year sbeit.e|]lH] ,llore \m$ ^^ ni ,„,. -**.irU>-
I married Mr. McAulay and since then | west lhan they effected uew sales, hm
has resided at Midway. Mr. John j|n 1898they sold nearly 103,000 acres
j Hamill, J. P., now of Armstrong, but land in 1*8)0. 207,000acres. The O ..mi,
j at. one time residenl at Greenwood, is|(01) \MIC\ ^^ |„ isijOt) were lo
j a brother and it is understood there ihe value uf only |Kk000, and tlie foi*
!are olher relatives living in Ihe upper lowing year the am, un  dropped I •
Okanagan dislrict.   The earnest Bym* $8B,<XJB, but last year, $188,000 was in
■ pal hy of a large circle of friends wiil ] vtssted in Doiuiniiuflatids lu ihe Weal.
he extended to the bereaved husband,
j who is left wilh two motherless baby
] girls, the elder hut litlle more   than a
designated, were formerly gazetted in
, Loudon on Tuesday last, ilm* Indicat-
j ing that theii acting commissions cniue
from the Sovereign. The list, as it
'appealed ill the London "Gazelle,'
j was as follows :
Samuel B. Steele, gent,, Canadian
North West Mounted Police, lo be
Lieiileiiaiil-Coloncl, wilh tbe temporary rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in the
Army.
Tube Majors, with the leui|iorary
j lank of Majorin the Army: Lieulenant
j Richard 0. Laurie, Canadian Miiilia
j Reserve of Officers; Hubert Belcher,
! Iuspectoi Canadian North Wesl Mnuii-
led Police; Arthur M. Jar vis, [nspeo-
torCanadiaii North AVesl Mounted Pie
Mice, and Arthur E. Snyder,  InspecUu
Canadian North  West Mounted Pn-
lice,
i    Donald    M.    Howards,    Canadian
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO,
CANADA.
Budget Pointers.
The fallowing comparative statistics
have lieen received from a sul.sidised
Libera] source. Wilh no available
uieaii- of verification, they are given
for w hat they are Worth.
The total value of t he mineral pro*
ducts of Canada in 1800 was $16,700,-
U»; in 1805, $30,700,(100; iu 1809, $40,245.
The hank discounts on June 30:h.
ISttO, weie only $130,000 higher lhan
they were thiee yeats before, l-ul nu
January iilst, 1900, tbey had increased
over $75,000,000.
The aggregate trade of Canada for
the Hrsl eight mom lis uf ISO.) was $103,-
152, 000 and for the same period of tin*
current year $225,387,000 an increase
foi lhe eight tuulilhs of over $12,0 HI,-
000.
The domestic exports of lhe United
8tales In 1909, were $15.81 per bead
and of Canada $25 82 per bead, lhe
lotal foreign trade -if Ihe United
Slates in 1S9U was $25.31 per head anil
of Canada $58.00 per head.
The iiiiui bei of immigrants ani.i j.-
iu Canada iu 1886 was less than l-i,
000; none of   whom (-peakii
Norlh Wesl Mounted Police, to be
Captain, with the temporary rank of
Captain in the Army,
To lie I. j. -ui, -ii mi-, nil h the I em pit at y
tank of Lieutenant in Ihe Army; Ma-
jor George W. Cauideii. Canadian Mi-
itia ; Captain Reginald M. Courtney,
Canadian Miliiia; Captain .Iaiu°s J
Macdonald. Canadian Militia; (Jap-
lain Ktiiesl F. Mackie, Canadian Militia; Lieut .nan: Thou as E. Pooley.
Canadian Militia; Lieutenant Robert
H. B. Mai;ee, Canadian Militia Reserve nf Officers; Second Lieulenant
Parry Fall, Canadian Militia: Francis
L, Cutwrighl, Inspector Canadian
North West Mounted Police; Alliert
R. Christie, Inspector Canadian North
Wesl Mounted Police j John E. Leckie. graduate Royal Military College,
King-ton; Alexander W. Strange,
gent., late Canadian Militia.
Lieutenant Miles P. Cotton, Cina-
dian .Militia, to lie Lieutenant fnr Machine Gun Detachment, with the len:-
porary rank nf Lieutenant in the Army; William Pai ker, Canadian North
West Mounted Police, lo be Quartermaster, with Ihe lempoiary rank of
Lieutenant in Ihe Army; Campbell
B Keenan, geul., M. D.. I *, lie Medical
Officer, wilh Ibe temporary rank of
Captain.
D. L,Barcklay. J.A. Hakki&
BAHCKLAY & HAHUS,
Livery and   Feed  Stables,
—AND—
TRANSFER   Z_Z_KT__!.
Midway, B. C.
■:- FURNITURE ■:■
TTttrttr
Now is the Time to Furnish Your House,
Reeeiving new Goods Daily,
LATEST CONSIGNMENTS CONTAINING
SCREENS   -   MIRRORS   -   SHADES
CURTAIN POLES AND FIXTURES
PICTURE AND WALE MOULDINGS
REFRIGERATORS   etc..  just arrived.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO*
BUSINESS LOCALS.
T. XUE. GHxllesr & Co.
Furniture   :   Undertaking  and   Embalming,
COPPER STREET, OREENWOOD. B. C.
JOB PRINTlNU-'iet ymir printing
dune at The .Aijvantk office. Good
wurk, reasonable prices.
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|  mi     m n.       t  n. 9
JUST  RECEIVED'-Something n.-.u  8
iu Invitation Cards and Hail Pro   jK
grainiiies, at ,n
THE ADVANCK Oli'u .* 1)
$
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o
8
5
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Tb Tru,rulbrs Insurance Co..,
rrnxifTirrnTTinnnr
*
TO LEI', the cmtage tie..r tlie SblliMi
llnnse nccupiisl I.y Mr. 1). (i
Munro.   Rent S" |-er month.
E. .1ACOBS.
NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS.
. Of Hartford. Conn, g
Yinnnnnnnrs!
»
Charter d 186S.
Stock Lift* and
Accident Instirnncr.
*
9
o
9
9
ISSUES the liej
t   cm inlets in
In the ntatl&r of tho estate of Malcolm ; ^
XcCua'.t.  late  of Rock   Creek. In   the ' *
liest life iiisuraine
the world.   No
J   disappointment as to dividend*.
V   Everything   guaranteed in  ad*
viince.   Preuiiuin rales IS In ii
percent less than  thiwe nf nld
ASSETS,
r     ._r„.      »L^ ,     __■     ,      lb    oerceiu less  iimu   inu
Count,- of Yale.  British Columbia, de-; *   tille Mutual companies
ceased, intestate. , X
jdTIt'K Is   hcrelij- given pinstiant to the
I
January ist, 1897, 9
$20,88.1.53 I
LIABILITIES, . .17,920,260.29  JJ!
i
SURPLUS   .... 2,976,424.36  V
9
 ,  in
■'-?;. I'lmpVu^^hiVlllUTOHuiwand'Thmlf   The Travelleis Ciiiiibinalinn Accident Policy guarantees foi accidental
ilni! i-lniiu* jiii.iiiist 111.- estate uf the said
•
under ordinary conditions.
1.0^ of Right H*nd
ik
iv
JJ..50II   J
1.0s- of Left at or above Knee  . 2..VH
Loss of  l*ft Hand     .    .     . I,0W
l/>ss of Kithcr Koot l.mio
Loss of sight of One I ye  .     . . 60O
Permanent Tolal Ilisabillv 2900
Lirnits of   Weekly  Indentnitv S1.30G
lSSITwere $1,174,(01,000; iu   1308, $1,
aW.00O,OU0: iu 189D, $1,550,0011,00(1, -.h
.Ijik-i. in .Met iiiiiKtth.t ilied on or about th
nh fay ni Mav. i_a. arc required on or hefore ; X Death Benefit     ....     SAOti
.In-141 h dny of April U«j. ui solid to tho under- ' JE ■ ... „, si„llt of na_**(rn aie
hniBt. ™n,rnrforIlonaldMcUnnau.thead-   J ,       . ,'g, ,, ,-14'™     '       •"
,iii.i»lr.l irofsii.l deceased. Iln-ir names, ad-   S Lnssof Hoih leet or Hoih Hands    5,009
IroiWua an^ ucsciiplions and Ihe full particu* : S trf*** °f One Hand and One Foot    .i.unu
-.is. 11!.' it i-.'-piTiiveclaims dulv verified bv   jT
-ijitiinuv decl.ir.ilion.                                        | s
ANJl furlher lake noliee thai after said last i J
.ii-iiliuneil date, the said administrator will ' t)
mceed to distribute the assets of the deceased   it    ..-„   !,_.•■ .     i_-,       , *'
i.i.iii** the parties entitled thereto, having re-   M A.ND. If such injuries are sustained while tiding as a passenger in   />,
.•.wi only io the claims oi which he shall then *it anr passenger conveyance using steam  cable,   or   electricity jis 1,  :V
... v u nui io.-   and that[Ihe said administrator   « motive povver the amount  to lie paid    shall be DOUBLE   the sum   8
ikSSr » ltx Sees!!,'; ^SSSSraSS  l rf««W "> the -ause under which the claim is made. J
■.nim* notice shall not have lwc» received by   (ft ^ _ fo
b\n'^«g^£^^rtbuaott. :j Cost $52 a vear  to Professional  and   Business *
J'iilwl nl Oreenwood thi!'ath day  of March. , A ■_* 5
1M0' ^ii,_,tt_*tf_\,ylcAU9d_t. *    i Men.and Commercial Iravelers. J
Jwlicitor for we Adnnnisiriitor., • w
fo Other sums at proportionate rates
:♦♦
"W. H. Norris,
AtiKNT FOR SOUTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA, MIDWAY B. ('.  ♦
****************99999999*999VX99999Z99***********
Mm, to Taxpayers.
year old and the younger a new-liorn
infant.
The funeral took place nt Midway today. The pall liearets were Messrs.
K. B. Bonne, P. Heldstab, 0, J. Lundy, 0. M, Melville, H. Murray and
C. L.Thnmei. The Rev. Falhei Palmer
officiated. There was a large attendance from all parts nf Ine district
TheaveiMKCHiniii.il increase i.f th.-
| Hade of Uanada during the iblfeieni
tariff periods since Confederal inu is as
follows:—From 180S In 1878 Ii 15 per
cent) from 1818 In 1S98 2.11 per cent;
from 1SW3 In 18»!> 11.52 per rent* yeai
ending June 111U0, (fnin mouths tiring
estitiii.led) 14.U pec cent.
It. is universally admitted Ihal there
is no lailter criterion of the general
business activity of ihe con nicy a id ..f
the condition of the norklng classes
I than lhe circulation pf small nut.s,—
ASSESSMENT ACT AND PROVINCIAL REVENUE TAX.
Hock Crook  iiiiision of Tale District
THOS. WAKE
FALLS HOTEL...
PROPRIETOR.
••linnigan's Alley.
A laughable coined)- presented by i he I • *••" f1 "llri *- »"l,s- Tbe value "f
(ii-eenwiMiddraiuiiticcoiiipaiiyonWeil-j'bcseiHiles iu cirrul.ni.iii nu 0-mber
nesdav night to a large audience |D 31*t, WW, wail $7,»J0,«)01 in 181% $7,-
Miller's hall wius a decideilsuccess. To jm-m '• "' WM- *0,4aO.O0O.
say that F. A. Millis as Larry Kiiinigan | The total trade..f Canada in lKilSiHist
was the best character detrtuts none
from the ability shown by the others.
Mrs. F, A. Millis as Mrs. Finnigan and
Alice Hardy as Katy, were especially
good, and K. Geo. Mundy was all right
in the character of Dutch Juke. Thp
play throughout wu undoubtedly tb
year i.f Confederal luu) wo* ^ll.il.OJi),-
(100; iu 1878 11 hi.I iiicreiM-il In jil72.-
000,000 au hit-mii-** of $11,000,000, ni au
average nf $8,T(tl.(U0 per annum. In
1806 On Hilda's I uinl liade was $230,000.-
(01 an init'ia*e in eigliieeu years uf
iWWJIIIO.on;) nr au average of $8,703,000.
best exhibition of local talent yet '■ In IDOO, il ilie ,-eiii.iiiiiug'four luunlhs
given in Greenwood, and wasdeserving I the Hscal yeai' keep up Ihe average,
iifthepatronagereceived.-Ureenwoo'. .lie tolal trade Mill lie $371,000,000, m
"Miner," |Increase III ibiee yens  of 31iCIOOi),003.
NOTICK I* liiTi-'iy itivi'ii In accordance with
tlio s.unniw thai Pratlnolal Uovemie Tax
nml all iaxcs k-i led undor t lu- As-eminent Act,
nr nnw ilur foi-ilu- year U'm. All Hie above
imini' Ha.XB. .-..Ile.lil.1.- williin llu- Rook Creek
liivi-iini nf Y ,K- IlUnut are iiji.viiIjIcj at my
ofti.-e ut Kjiii-iicw. Yalo liisirict. Assiaised
tax.-j. arc mlleollblo nl ilie follnvring rates, vUs
li Paid nu or liefore June SOt'b, lOOOi
Tliri-i- tifllis of nne per i-eiu. 011 real proDonjr.
Two mid one-li.Uf por coat, oil assessed valuo
of »ild land.
(liio-hiilf ofnnoporcoiit.on pcrsotiftl propvrt.v.
tin so iiiiu-h nf the Inooino ..f any poison as
oxooola niu- tlioiimnd .lollirs tho following
rates namely :—t'pon siu-h excel* nt income,
when lhc same.is not more than ten thousand
dnlliirs. one per ceht: when such exectss is over
11-11 thousand dollars and not more than twenty
thotimtid dollrrs. i.nc nnd one quarter of one
per ct.nl.: whun such .-xcess is over twenty
thousand dollars one and one half of ono por
cent.
If Pulil on nr Alter l«l July, nion 1-
Kour-tlfthsof uu,. prrcniii. on roal property.
Three per i-eul. on the assessed value of wild
Uml.
Turee-fouri lis of one per cent, on personal
property.
tin ... much nf the income of any person as
exceeds one thousand dollars, the following
rale.siiaiii.lyj~ t'poti such excess, when the
-.nne is mil more than ten thousand dollars,
... *■ a .d onr quarter per cent.; when such excess is over t*n thousand dollars and less thnn
twenty thousand dollars, one and one half nf
one per e«nt.; when such excess is over I wenty
thousand dollarsonc and Ihroc quarters of one
per c
Pr
The   hotel   is   centrally  locaied and is a  stopping  place   for   stage lines.
Good fishing iu the vicinity.   Good stabling,
A variety of the choicest brands of liquors and cigars at ihe bar
SITUATED AT   -   -   -   -
BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C.
THE.
«-<_M-nM--i-*i^-,t-R^MA#G^
ul.
il Itpvpnu. \h\, $3.()oiicrcapita,
C. A. .:. i,AM.UV.
view. B- C, -VRses-orand Collecior.
January, 13lh,1900.
PIONEER - HOTEL
Greenwood City  Boundary Ckelk, B. C.
We have opened ihe ahove hotel at Greenwood City, ana are prepared
lo welcome guests and provide good accommodation, Goud Cateriug, rtwt
class Livery Stable.
J W. NELSON
PROPRIETOR uaiiauiaiiia.iii.nj.
and SOO LINE.
Operate tbe Fastest Train across
the American Continent.
First Glass and Tourist Sleepers
OCEAN TO OCEAN.
ARTBOt.'XU     DAILY TIIAIN     WEBTDOVXI)
5:1,1     Lv.     Sioiitiinim Jcl.     Lv. UWH)
CONNECTING 9TKAMRR
Leaves   Puiitliilnn, Tile., Tliur,, Sat,, (1:00
Arrives Ponttoton, Mnn„ Wetl.. Frl,, 17:30
Accelerated Service to and irom
all points and through
KOOTENAY MINING DISTRICT.
Ex. Sun,    DAILY TRAIN      Kx.Sin,
HiSS Ar.      Oroen wood       Lv.  14:35
F\ I DWAY, B.C.
Beaotifolly situated at the eoitaee of Boundary Creak and Ketlle River.
w
fo fo fo
fo fo fo
fo fo fo
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
EAST AND WEST AT LOWEST RATES.
Por full information ns to limo, rates,
etc. nr for copies tif 0, P. Kailway
publications, uddi-ess:
E. R, REDPATH, Agent, Greenwood.
8. L. SMITH, Agent, Penticton.
W. P. ANDERSONj T. P. A. Nelson.
E. J. COYLE, A. G. P. A. Vancouver.
ILL 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 Kiver and Boundary
Creek Districts.
The distributing  point for   Upper   Kettle  River,  West   Fork  and  Camp  McKinney
mining camps.
The nearest Railway town to  Republic,  Meyers   Creek,   Palmer Mountain and   other
Northern  Washington mining camps.
fo 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...
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fo
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LETTEk hi
HILL HEADS
NOTE HEADS
ENVELOPES
m   STATEMENTS   POSTERS
SKND KOIl MAPS, PRICKS ANU TOLL PAIITICULAKS TO
J. F. PIGGOTT, Makaoeh,
^oa&uZ^TB' THE MIDWAY CO., Ltd.
E. JACOBS,
Agent for British Columbia,
Midway, B.
NOTICE.
[U0TIOE if liorcby givtin Unit lliiity dayit
. '   oftor datuIintend toapply in lho Cl.iol
-   mmlsslonornt l,n;i«fl  una Works for per-
rssIou to purchaso 320 aorxis of land  ilk fol*
I . ■■   on ii-1 "i i'ii--' n iwihi liiilfiimllli.. Houih
th .  I..*   oornor tif Lot8fllthonco
tin   ioitlli thonao 80 chains, thunco
r,s, ih&noo Norlh GOchalnn to piaoo
'.'i'    .ui.l    .iiiiiiniiij.' 320 iim-s
: in! loltiii required for agricultural
Mr-KAY INGRIM.
i or .iitim ut, romi.
.aLACT lf
.i .*  of   Improvements.
Novioa
WH   "llI.IIKN OllOWN AXIl HOMKHTAKE
Minkiiai. Claims.
in thc Osoyoos Minim? Division ot
Dlstriot. Wheroloraiosl:  On McCaig
nlHtn
. S'OTICF lli.it -1 - Li . 'lulllnin
... iig.nii for th "..:.mil Min-
vcloptneiil Uitnpan*-, froo miner n
i .,:'"' Intond,sixty dnys fnun
lof, mpp • fi liiu Mining llocor-
Jui.f ikiiproreinoiita, for the
i dug ix Crown grant of the
.   ,. i tako notloo that notion, under
"'. ■ u*t bi mmonoed  before the
rf - ii -li dbrUfii ate -if inipi-ovetiietitB
Ind day of March, who.
OHAS. Mill. URKK.N'.
Mineral Act, 1896.
Certificate   of Improvements.
Watica.
NlCKEIISON MlKKKAL CLAIM.
Situate In Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale
Ulstrict, Where Located:-On Kruger
Mountain.
TAKE NOTICE thai I.CliaR. de Blois Green,
aa agent for John 0. Fisher, free
nihil'!-'" cerlilicaLe No. ISTjJSa. intend,
sixty dnys from the date horeof, to apply
to the Mining Recorder for a certificate of
improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown grant of the above claim.
And further lake notice that, action, under
eel ion 37, must lie eonunencod bofore * he'issu
unco of such corlitleiite of improvements.
Datod this 27th day tf March, im
CHAS. w:B. GREEN.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of  Improvements.
irorrio-
NOTICE.
TIIK Mi^:i?,lt Columbia Southorn Railway
I' iiiipii.y will apply to Ilie I'lirllaiiiont of
Panada at its next Session for an Act atithor-
luliig Ibo Company to cumpicto al anv time be-
f ire the Ptid of ilii-yjur IIMI, its western section
asdOHoribod in tho At t of the said Hiit-liiinicnl
(MM Vi,-toi-iii, chapter III!) and a lira nib line
from ii piint on iis main line nt or near lhc
forks of Michel I'l-i'.-i; thonoo by way of Michel
Creek i.i Mai'ion Croek, and fornlltirptirpiiRes.
By order of the Hoard,
II. CAMPBELL, OSWALD,
Secretary.
Mmilmidl. 17th Noveinhcr, liiiltl.
An Ideal Besidenoe Town.
___.      (
to
Euy a residence site whilst
there is plenty of choice. Pure
aip and water, beautiful scenic
surrounding's, skilled resident
physician, excellent school-just
the place for families.  Try it.
or Pricks anu Terms
Apply to
THE MIDWAY CO., LTD.
The Sixnv Hide Mineral Claim.
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division of
Yale District. Where located :~Neiir to
Eholt Creek, itormerlv called Prior
Creek,) lying partly upon and northerly
of and adjoining Lot 252, Township 79.
TAKE NOTICE Ihat I, William Graham
McMynn, free miner's eerliflce.lc Nn.
MRfll, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,
toapply Initio Mining Recorder for a Ccrllflcale of Improvement*, for lhe purpose of obtaining n Crown Grant of the above olalm.
Anil fiii-thor tako notice lhat action, under
Hi'i-ion 37. must be commenced before llio
lBBuanee of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated thin 27th day of March, 1IKKI.
WILLIAM GRAHAM McMYNN.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements
Hotios
Balmoral Mineral Claim.
Situate ln the Osoyoos' Mining Division of
Yale District.   Where located: Camp
McKinney.
TAKE NOTICE that I, II. H. Parkinson
as agent for William Small, free
minor's eci-tilicale No. n aail. intend, sixty
days from tho dntc heroof, lo apply to the
Mining Recorder for a oortlfloato of Improvements for the purposo of obtaining a Crown
Grunt of the above clelm.
And further lake notice that notion, undor
section 37, must  be commenced before the
Issuance of suoh Oortiflcate of Improvements.
Haled this 28th ilny of No\ ember. ISIHI.
RICHARD H. PARKINSON PL. S.
Rossland.
Greenwood.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO.
LIMITED LIABILITY
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
Rre Insurance a Specialty.   0E%rlc;nN*0D0^cl;yiMBANcaER
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Oertlflcntv   of   Improvement-..
UREEN     MlllSTAIS,     lll.AI-K      ANU    Al.KKKIl
Minkkai. Claims.
Situate In the Osoyoos  Mining Division of
• it
$& BUSINESS CARd
§| CALLING CAki
J|g BLANK FORMS
to of anv kind
;|5jg BILL OF SALE
:£>M forms for Mineral (;,-
%W _v.2s_*
!l# •••
|f SURVEYORS'
$h|hAffidavit forms h-fii
W Notes, etc., etc.
m§
m w%
Yale DIstrlcL   Where locatod ; In Green I mWS\
Mountain (Jlimp. Kel-.lneos ereek.                   JSfSS' A   Trial   CinAnr   CH -. ,
Takk noih'K thai i,i'i,ii«.di-iiioisiireeii, »;« " inaiuraer Solicited.
acting   us iigi-ni for David lllm-k free   -tt *l
ininer'Hcertificate No. tiVLIl. Jhiih-h liinrk. tree  >xa.-vn \liiuii---m •	
I IlliniTMTrlllln.lrNo. nira.Altn-il UiKidrrofl , S?S '
I free    ininei'hi   i-ei-tilli-nie   No.   n,'i0ti7, anil I*. i ;i>>«! *.,           .   .
C.Mi-Al-llillr.fri-i-iiiiiielM-iililli-ii,eNo.lilil7A.   WSj? K (?     Ur\\)*rxrn
iiiteiiii.slMy   (hs»   Irom   llir dale hereof, to  (XK3» I I \lfc    /1UvaH(..2,
apiily lo tin- Milling Heoordorfor a Oortlfloate   rR'Si
of lmpiiiviJlneiilH. for the ptirpoHi- ol obtuiiiitig W„''-ni vu ..,,•,,- .
a Crown (Jl-aiil of tin-above elllililB.                                - AIIIIHAl.H
Uaoi
Bob HalPs Stage Line
And further lake nollre that action, under ! ;??TM^
Section 117.   Iiilnil   be  roliilni-iirrd   bufur.'  Iheirj***;
tonanco tn suoh OfirUflMto of Itiiiiiovuiiiinit
llalial thin-Allh duy af .lai.liaiv. IMI. '  y..  .
CIIAS."ukR UKBSN,      ®S-*®i_>®®feJ
'Hi
(Carrying Her Majesty's Mails)
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Pentcton on Mon
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Passengers lo
and from  Fairview, Osoyoos and Oroville,   Wash.,
Mineral Act 1896.
Certiiicate of Improvements.
MINERAL ACT li
Certiiicate  of   Imorn
rioti. •■
HOTIOB,
Lake vikw anii Orient Jl, .kiiai. Ci.aimb. ! T"K Hujitiilw-k am. Mam
Situate   in the Osoyoos Mining Division nl I'i. -v-
Yale Ulstrict    Where lucnted I On K.u   Sltualc in the °6"-''   ' ""   ■ |,m'
ger Mountain. I      Yllle *H**lrlcU     Where   located:
,",.   '""","    ."    "■*-•■*-■--/—— • -,      ■■«-..,   _AKK xf)T|,-E that I, CIhih. dell.llreon.        Camp Fairvlew.
delivered   in   quick   time,    and     by   comfortable   •,   at, agent tor Benjamin Andotwn in* xaki.mith-k -hi.i 1 . ,
* ' nilnorV   cortlfloftte   No. BOTt an.l    11.   A. I   I    ai  lumnl   tor  ll    i •
Mouermnii  free miner ceililli-nt'- No.  USUI,I couvi-r tree miner's ,■■•:.■.
intend, nlxty days from tbe ilnti  hereof, 10 ; ten.i. -.ixu  .lu-  from >
app'y tothe Mining R-eoi-der for s Ci-i-iill.-ote | nnnlj lo the .Mining I ....ril.. Im
of Improvements,Tor tho pnroose o! obtaining of unproveinimtii l.i ;!., •	
a Crown (irnnt of the above enilniH. nCrotvnOninl of Uie abovi ciaiu -
A ml furl her lake notloe Ihnt notion under i And further talc*) notloo thai •
ueotlou 37lllltKt tiei-omui. need before the i*tu- | -"-etlo" .17. Illll«t he .■oiiimi'-j..'.--
mice of Much Certitleate tif linprin cnientH. I .-wiihiii-c of snoh t 'crtttlraic of Impr
Iiatwl lhl*i Kill day of March, IM.. Hnl«l thi> l.'illi dm of November. I
cha.s. ..KaauKKN. MINEBAL ACT 1896.
conveyance.
Livery, Teed and
Sale Stables..
A |, Penticton, B. C.
" R. S. HALL. Ppoq.
I criil
Subscribe for
THE MICE
Spokane Falls
..& Northern,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
- - AND - -
Red Mountain Railways.
»«
The pioneer newspaper in Ike Bonndary district
Only $2.00 a Year.
MINERAL ACT, 1896;
Oertiflcnte  of   Improvement-*..
Oertiflcnte   of  Improvements,
irotnoa
Gold Hi-o Mixkimi, Claim,
Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Dlvisio
of Yale District, Where Locaied: Cum
Falrvlow.
TAKK NOTIOB Ibal I. CbaiDoBloleOn-oi
hh agent for Heorge sl ban, tree mini i
eertilleale   Nn.   u.'iiJIti. Intona,   sixty    dap
from tho date horoof. to appl) to lbe M	
Rooordor linn. Certilleute of llii|iroi-elilenl- J
lho purnoee ot obtaining a Orown Onuii ofl
abovo clnim.
And fnrlliei  take noliee Ibat aellon, mi.,.-
tion   37. mu»l  bo common I before ihoI J.-"1'00 :'7- ""."'!.l"',.1,",*"""V"/''",i '"'f'"'0 '
      > imnanee-ofeuoh Oortiflcate of Improvement*
0«i.ifo«nia Minkiiai. Claim.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining IHvlslon of
Yale Ulstrict.   Where located :  Kruger
Mountain.
TAKK NOTIOK that I. ChnB. daBIole Oram
iu. agent for lleiijnmin AmlerNin froe
miner*, eerlitleate No. it.171:'. Intend sixty ilnyu
from the dale hereof, to apply to the Mining lie-
cordorfor n oen ifieati of tmprovomeitta, for the
puriKise of oblaining a Crown (Irnnt of the
above claim.
And fnrllier lake notice Ilml tieljoti. uniler
iwiuanco ol euch eeriitlente of Itnprovumonta.
Dated this 14th day of March, moo.
CHAS. iikRI.OIS QRKKN
Hated this Sth day of January ,|A, I), num.
CIIAS. Hull. QREBN
The   only all-rail route, with
out change of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland
and Nelson. . .      _^
DAILY TRAINS.
OOINfl NORTH, GOING SOUTH.
ISi-U «.    MARCUS I2illu.ni.
Triiin luttvinK Miiri-us at 12:41 a, ni,
ninkea tjlttst* rtiiinections at. Spokani-
with trains rut-till
Pacific Coast Points.
Olnne conned ions at Nelsnn with
fitciiiiiliMiiis for Kaslo und all Knolenay
Iiake points,
Passengers fm- Kettle Hiver nnd
Bnnndary Creek eminent, al, Mareu?
Willi singe daily,
xx. a.. .TA.axx.moxr,
O.P. S.T. A
- MIDWAY -
Riverside Addition,
Just a Word!
To those contemplating an investment in Midway real estate, the information is
offered that on the Riverside Addition may be
found 300 very choice residence sites.
LOTS 50 x125 FEET.
1
For terms and all other information apply to
W. H. NORRIS, or        A. MEGRAW,
Midway, B. C. Camp McKinney, B.C.
3
W. H. WEBBj
-»___ Practical ___-
WAGON AND CARRIA6EI
BUILDER,
Midway, B. C.
Rep a-'l vingi
OF ALI- KINDS
Promptly   and   Neatly
Executed.
Eg' CARRIAGE   PAINTING A
SPECIALTY.
I
LEE CHUNG
LAUNDRY.
MIDWAY, B- C
WASHINGS  OALLHU  FOB AK"
DKLIVEHKD.
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