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 THE ADVANCE.
HXII, No. 10.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 8,   1900.
$2.00 per Year.
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EBAI. USTATI-:.
[   FINANCIAL AGENT
and MINING BROKER,
OiMWDIoKinnev, B.C.
\£ MERRY XMAS
To
All.
n
Pr. R. Mathison,
 : DENTIST.
FLOOD   BLOCK   •   QKEENWOOD.
LAOsunn.
' |Hallett & Shaw
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS,
Notaries Public.
Otkt* Attra.: "IIai.i.ktt."
jOODKs : lledford MeNiilll's, Moreing &
Noal's, Lelhur's.
GB__nrooi). it. ii.
JA8
SUTHERLAND,
.  . .  MIDWAY.B.C.
VOTARY   1*1 III.K,
K CUSTOMS  1IR0KRR,
COMMISSION AGF.NT.
ims entries passed.    Mineral Act
.nd Aet  papers drawn up,  AIB-
taken.  Abstracts made,
unlcations by mall or telephone
itly attended to.
W. DALRYMPLE
FAIRVIEW, B. 0,
aii tm
I of
Repairing.   Horsoshoelnft
A special}-.
tOea. dm
Kimnell.                  R. M. McEntlro.
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ml & McEatip
And   to make it a joyful one  to all your clear i
ones and friends we have gathered from Orient
and Occident m my beautiful articles suitable as
presents.
et importation of Japanese art goods i
kery, Vases, Trays and Antimony tal
Go From the north, L dies' Fur Collarets
and Mitts, Gentlemen's Fur Coats, Gloves and
Caps; also fine Neckwear and other usefu 1
articles.
A Our stock of fancy and every day groceries is
complete, with too a fine lot of Ontario apples,
cranberries, mince meat, raisins and nuts of this
year's growth, citron, orange and lemon peel.
We have just received a supply of new teas,
Congos and Ceylons also gunpowder.
Always happy to see and wait on you at
•xiPOST OFFICE STORE* HAIN & CO.
MIDWAY.
\ Hotel Spokane,
E^rC'X/* Seventh St- " ^'dway.
fl. HORAN, PROPRIETOR.
The Year's Progress.
*♦
Isicreased Development in the
Boundary Creek District.
Summary oi the Work Done in
the Leading- Camps.
—_^.—
(Continued from Iml! woek.l
I.jisi week Lln' work done on tlio
must pi'riiiil8liig mining properties in
Pliiii'iiix, Deadwood nnd Wellington
camps was summarized, Two other
(,'iunps were referred to ns also calling
for notice, viz Summit and Central
camps. These liy no means complete
the list, for there are properties in
tiling Lake, Skylark, Copper ami
Smith's camps that also merit attention, in each nf t.liese four last-named
camps there are properties upon which
qjjite a lot of development work has
heen done.
Summit Camp.
In Summit camp are several claims
iip.ni which hlgore deposits nre known
to occur, These include the B, C„ Oro
Denero iindKinina. Other well-known
claims au' the It. Bell, Wake, .liisie,
Mountain View and Rathmullen group!
Tie. Ii. U. is stated to have $800,1)00
worth of ore on the dump and in sight
in the mine, ll is claimed that this
value has heen arrived at after carefully estimating the contents of the
ore lindyas disclosed hy the work dune
to date nml calculating values at an
average il is lie,ieved the ore will run
in hulk
ami llu
the Mackenzie Mann - Holt Syndicate,  al a depth of (id feet.
All the other  Summil  camp claims   100 feet aparl and tin
named ahove  have heen   prospected  traced on lhe surface
with oncouragiug results.    On   the
Maple Leaf,  one   of   the  iintliniiilleu
( o's group   of 1(1 claims, a 20(l*fool
shnfl has lieen sunk ami  iu a cross-rul
al that depth the occurrence of numerous ore stringers suggests the near
proximity of the ledge.   A crow-out
at t he (Kl foul level is stated  to have
intersected a 20 foot ledge with six feel
ofpay ore,   This property Is supplied
These shafts at i
ledge has heei
Ij-|I) feel fai'lhei
or a total distance of 850 feet, Th
vein so far as opened op ranges from
ahoul 12 inches to six feel in width,
uud averages ahoul 27 inches of on
giving values of not less than t*i20 pei
ton. The ore is quurlz ibiueriilized
wilh galena, zinc hlutide mul a little
copper pyrites, values heing prine'i-
pallyingold and silver, Within llu
lasl three months subslnnllnl   ml coil
with a steiini power plant.. The Monti I uiodions mine linlldiuga hnve hei
lain View has ten men employed in erected, a machinery site levelled m
prospecting it. A 10-fnol shaft, a 20* housed, and alnt of mine bliuhers ai
fool drift and a numher of open  cuts | cord wood nil and  bullied,   A  wngi
to determine lhe trend of the 'edge
[■.•present the result of recent work.
Itis intended to push developnienl,
for which purpose tlie lecently organized Mountain View Copper Company
is arranging to hring in machinery.
Central Camp.
The most important properties in
Oei trill camp are the City of Paris,
Majestic and No. 7 groups These anil
Ihe Norfolk, which adjoins the No. 7,
aie the only properties upon which
work has heen done during 181)!!.
There are others with good ore showings, hm no developnienl hns taken
place on I linn for some time post. Tin
City of Paris, Lincoln ami No. + aie
adjoining claims owned hy the City ol
Paris Hold Mining Coinpaiiy, of .Spokane, Wash. There were known to he.
when this coinpaiiy acquired the
Claims in 18118, tin eejendsoii the group,
uinl the work done np till thai lime
included a shaft sunk on ihe Oily of
Paris 70 leet  with a  10 fool  ciossrul
fnun lln-liol'.iiui of it, all in ore. Ou
The ore is a copper sulphide ihe Lincoln ahuul 400 feet of work hnd
drifts  run  have  opened  up  heen dune.  Including a shaft sunk IX)
mS\trS\SK*J*~f
A new bu.ilding, well furnished. Everything new
and first-class. Only the choicest Wines, Liquors
and Cigars kept in stock. Headquarters for Mining
and Commercial Men.
ineU.V.M i ...I.i  j I .l,j .il-A'.txl,trj.
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ROM CREEK HOTEL . . .
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rl—bOkSur    ACCOMMIIII Wins    KIIK   fll'KSTK
Rood stabling
tf  fciellurl fiMhiiiK iiii Km lie lliviir.jw
STRONG HOTEL.
KEYES, Prop.
ccomiiiodalion.
J-Best Liquors and Cigars.
First-Class Slaliling
ARMSTRONG  B.C.
R. MCELMOH.
actical Watch Maker.
||oprKn st
GREENWOOD B ,C,
•Bond Tools, Plenty Material,
•"(Ml )o yean eiperlence   to do
'yjgk correctly,   .  .  .
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JL lake's Home...
I A Private Hospital
I and Nurses' Home.
OWENHEIMER ST., VANCOUVER.
Medical,Surgical and Midwifery cases
ecelved. Terms:~ Private Rooms,
15per week; Beds in Wards, $10
er week.
Nurses sent into the country at the
mini charges, telegrams receiving
iimediatc attention.
Allapplied!inns to he made to
SISTER FRANCES,
JUST
ARRIVE
is
three distinct shoots of ore thai it will
pay lo ship to the smeller. The lode
varies in u idlh Iroin Id to 27 feet. Tlie
main shaft is now down Ml feet and a
ernsscut  is heing run ill tlie li'iO-fiiot
FINE
LINE
OF
Japanese Ware
and  Silks
FOR
THE
CHRISTMAS
TRADE.
feet. The Lincoln ledge was found to
lie iiluiill 11) feel iu width. The ore
was ileserih>d as an aulinioniiil ore
running well in gold and silver and it
was stated tlmt a 8-ton shipment made
level. There are drifts at. the tVllbot! to Omaha returned $212. per ton in nil
and 160-foot levels and two prospect] values, By lhe close of 181)8 tlie com*
shafts, one aliout 150 feet mui li and i pany had driven a cross-cut tunnel
the nthei a similar distance south of snine 000 feet, for the purpose of intertill* uiain shaft, connect with the 50-' secting Imth the Ciiy ot Paris and Lin-
lool level. The drifts continue lieyond coln.leads at a depth of hetween^W1 and
thtise ;■ halls and they have proved the BOOfeel. Thislitiinel was continued diii-
exisiei.ee within a total distance of ■ ing 181)1) until il was mure than WOO
Uill) feet of the three distinct bodies or feet in length, Some umnl lis ago it
shoots of ore already mentioned. The , was stated in prim that this tunnel
intention Is to sink on the lode as had cut five leads hut Ihis st.itl.eii.-ml,
rapidly as is rensonalilv practicable although probably correct, has nol
until a depth of 1,000 feet shall have ' heen verified by the present writer.
In en reached. A 20-drill compressor | Two months since Mr, Jay P, Graves,
plant is being obtained to replace theafier visiting lhe Ciiy of Paris and
small one hitherto in use here, ll its Majestic mines, gnve out Ihe following
proposed lo inurense the nunilier of for publication:—"About 00 men are
men employed on the mine from the ! employed. We aie cuttingiistaiiou in
:il) on last  mouth's  payroll  to lo, as \ The City of Paris
work can he found witli advantage for
, ,   _     nil,    „ ,    i.,i,.   in lhe tunnel, ubout 850 feel from its
larger  utuulKsre,    the  present daily .
,' ,    ,.   ,     ,..,.;   ,i, „.-ji , ,„    jiiiouth.    lhe  hoist recent v  instilled
output ot shipping ore i« about SU tons, , '
, ,     ,,.    ,- .... , ,.-   ! will lie in operation Nov.  lath,   Siuk-
Au ore Inn ol .i capacity ol 160 Ions Is.I r
,   ,     .,'•       ..--.,   i ' log is in progress at   this station,     It
heing constructed,   li is anticipated     * ,     F  r     ,        ., ,,. .
uiiiliei-oniiiiiii.il   until nu iidililionai
that  eventually, after the mine shall; ^.^ u, m tW| |g ^^ |)ef. ^ cmsa_
ll,lvel lo'Meltsively developed.!, daily   uu|Ung ^ mininvlnMli.   Al lh, gtMm
shipiuentoflOO tons will be maintained, the tunnel is 250 feet veriieiuly from
It is understood that arrangements;,h(JaurtuXn Mo|,e „,iU, 8ifl00 feet 0,
have been eonuluded to slop ore to the !Wiil.k  ,)|l9 ,,,,„„ d„m, (m  [M. |t.u.,  ,n
the Ciiy of Paris, uud an upraise lo ih.
surface has just been completed, ensuring good ventilation, A second upraise will he made from ihe adjoining
and connecting workings iu the
Lincoln,      We    will    shortly   c -
C 1*. 1!. smeller al Trail ami that rail]
connection has been established with i.
the mine to allow of this being done.,
As Ihere are 10,000 or 11,000 tons of ore ;
on the dump there is this quantity to
start sllipping from.   This ore is of mi
THE MIDWAY TRADING CO.. Ltd.
xxX, St.. JA30BS, mXexwamarmw.
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- Midway Meat Market -1
K. A. MAnHES, Proprietor. f
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-   * _t«a±3t-.*.ere»..-_-tJox* on tke piwaniaea   -   - ^
Therefore Meats are always fresh and sweet    Call and gel n good joint Jj
for dinner to-dav. w
TELEPHONE 311- P. O- BOX 25. 3
lx99m9999,99m9tmtW999999iM99m999,9999999,9999999*?
At this eslahlishmenl customers csn get choicest cuts of
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL.
estimated value of $25 per ion. The
li. x . mine is
Owned by the B. C. Chartered Co.,
of Montreal, P. Q,, with a registered
capital of $3,000,000. The company also
owns other claims and fractions in
the vicinity of the H. C, mine, the
whole forming a group of twelve
claims.
The Oro Denero is distant about a
mile from the B, ('. lt is owned liy I
the King Mining Co., of Hossland. A
shaft hus been sunk 2IKI feet und at this
depth a cross-cul was run. Two tunnels ure being driven from lhe hillside.
One of these is Intended to connect
with the shaft at the 21X1 tool level.
The latest published report of the
superintendent is  to tl
I ineiiee sloping from the  inn-fool   I
■•*  ": " Paris, preparatory
to Grand Korks e
STAND
*********       M***********
Is now open with a Stock of
CIGARS,  FANCY GOODS,   ETC.
All the Leading Magazines Kept on Hand.
Circulating1 Library in Connection.
Thos. Walker, Prop.
S«'v on Hi Street,
Mldwii.y.
B.C.
effect that
holli tunnels are in ore. No. 1 is in 50
feet. Before No. 2 was Started the
ledge was Stripped id feet across and
2,"> leet along ils course. No. 2 is in IKI
feet with a full face of ore. The Oro
Denero is equipped witli a 20 hnr.se
power engine, a nU-horse power boiler
and a .Vdrill air eonipresssor A branch
railway line has been graded to pass
nearby,  bul the siding lo the mine
has not  yet I u completed,   A trial
shipment of ore was sent to lhe smell
er a few weeks ago.
Litlle or no devrlnpmciil work wns
done on the Emma during the past
year. The Oro Denero lead bus lieen
traced northward through this claim.
It is described as being solid Aii feet- fu
width on lhe Kiiiinn, on which there is
n vei-Ileal shnfl HH) feet in depth, with
a 16 foot cross-eul al the aO-fool. level.
The ore is magoetile Willi copper and
a nice showing wns opened up by the
railway grade across the claim. This
is one of the Summit camp holdings of
of ihe City of Paris, preparatory li
I hauling the ore to Grand Porks eaily
. in ihe new year.
"The Maje-tic Inniiel is in 100 feel.
! and very good ore was encountered in
the latter half uf the Workings, Tne
pioperty hids fair to beeoine a good
Ulllie, The plain, which serves for the
two groups, comprises a Rand duplex
compressoi, bwuliO horse power boilers,
and one 26-hnrse power lloisl. We
erected a number of Iniildiugs this fail
to pi'ovideiicciiniini'daiion tor the men;
likewise stables. The new. wagon
road from Crand Forks is iu good condition, Over it during the while.
months wili be hauled from 2.IKKI to
6,000 tons of nur ore, Tliere me 1,000
urns of shipping ure ou the ('ny of
Paris dump. The group couipiises
i hire claims, and lhe Majestic group
four claims. The principal values are
in gold, copper aud ►liver. Al.iny as
says of'I he Oily of Paris ore yielded
one ounce of gold, t wo to Hve per cenl
cupper, and from 20 to HI) ounces ol
-.ilvcr lo the tnu,"(Since Hi" foregoing
was published the winze front the sta-
i inu ill lhe City of Paris Illlinelentered
.u ui feel iu deplh urilOO feet from iln
sui lace, a   body    of ore uf shipping
l£|'iidc,)
The No. 7 Croup,
5-llii No, 7 group comprises the No, 7.
I,.ul) of the Lake, Fannie II., (tIh.s
now, Helen, McGregor ami Tripod
Mosl of the work ou this group has
iieeu done ou the No. 7, and that in
.lie veins 181)7.8, Two shafts have
.een sunk. One is down 11111 feel on
.lie incline, and at this depth aboui
118 feel of drills and cross-cuts have
been 1 Ull,   The olher lapped lhe ledge
road has been constructed nhoul six
miles to tlie mine, ll is Intended in
put in a power plant tu include a 50-
hurse power holler, a friction hoist
with 80 inch drum, n Knowles sinking
pump with n capacity of 100 gallons
lier iiiinote aud jiil necessary goiir and
appliances, The deuper shaft is to be
enlarged so as to admit nf ils beii n
made a twf •coiiipai'tnieiil shnfl, win, a
bucket-way font leet six inches by
five feet iu the cleai ntnl a smaller
man-way, Liter tlie drift will be
extended so as to eventually connect
the two shafts, l.'niil the new machinery shall have been installed lhe
horse Whim now on the mine will lie
utilized for hoisting purposes.
The Norfolk aud New York, whirh
adjoin ihe No. 7. nre owned I.y the
London & B. 0. Goldlieids, Ltd. Two
prospect shafts were lately sunk on
what is thought to be an extension of
the No. 7 lead. One shaft is uou down
iiliolll 10(1 feel mill Ilie other  less  til.ill
half i hul deplh, The Indications are
favorable for ibis properly developing
into ii permanent mine.
The Jewel Croup.
A lengthy description of the Jewel
group iu Long Lake camp, owned  by
tiie Jewel Cold Mines, Ltd., of London,
wus   published iu   'lilt: AovancK in
September last.   There has been more
work done underground since then and
purl of Ihe new plani bus lieen received,
but as particulars right np tn dale are
not just now avuiittblen brief summary
of the position as previously stated   i::
detail ih id! that can Ik. given nt  (Trent.   The group   includes  the   Jewel.
Gold Drop, ali.dl'intereslilitlie Denei'i
Grande,    and    several    neighboring
fractional claims.   Tlie work has heen
done chiefly on the Jewel and Uenero
Grande,   The development, consisting
(if n main incline shaft 7 feet by ii i.-i,
6inches in the clear and  -..I  feel   it
depth, 600feel ol drifts and cross-rut
and 100 feet of whizes and raises. h_
thoroughly   exposed    the    vein     and
blocked out the ore to Ihe depth  mei
tinned ami for a distance of more thn
100 feel on each side of the shaft.   Tie
ore from  the   120-foot level upward
runs about $8 to $10 per Ion.   At 2.-,
feet the vein is Strong and well ileline.
and averages about six  feel   in  widl
between good walls.   This lower lev,
has been driven in a fine shoot   of or
which continues aliout   200 feet   it
length and carries a value of fnun $).'
io tti'A'i per loti.   A considerable portioi
of this  sin.ol  gave  values by liu. ki
sniiipies of from $30 to $50 per ton.    I
was estimated that six months sini
tliere were 500 tons of ore on lhe dunij
and aliout 11,1-UO tons blocked out ii
the  mine,  of an   estimated averagi
value of $13.30   per   loll,    ll   was   in
tended to.sink the .shnfl lOOfeel ileepei
jind to run SOOfeel   of drifts i,t the iilil
foot level.    This development  would
almost double the quantity of ore h
Bight'   A reduction plant wiil liner he
installed on tlie compnuy's mill -ite m
ihe edge of Long Lake, distant about
20O feet.
The Enterprise and Anchor
.Adjoining tiie Jewel are the Enterprise anil Anchor, The Jewel lead
crosses bulb claims and il shows
up strongly rigid tlirough thorn,
An 36-foot shaft ntnl a number of open
cuts constitute the developnienl on
Ihese claims, These all expose the
vein, whieh seems to be irom four feet
to six feet iu width. The ore is
described ns clear quartz with iron
pyrites, galena and tellurides. ll is
very similar to Ilml ou the Jewel.
There has not been nny work done
.ni the skylark mine for about two
years. Tiie Silver King II neighboring
claim, lhe Cresi-etil and lhe Last
Chance, nil situate in Skylark
camp, are rospectlvoly owned by
Spokane companies. The Crescent is
reported to be a  promising clnim   the
prospecting done nu it having given
encouraging results, Wink wns resumed ou lhe I,nsi Chance last vein.
This properly bus I n partly developed by a vertical doublecoinpiiil-
nienl shaft sunk 120 teet between two
parallel veins.    At that depth ll  itos.-.
out has been run ahoul 70 feet easterly
but the vein is still snine disttuioe
ahead. The westerly cross-cut at lhe
sn tne depth reached the vein on thnt
Hide nl ahoul 20.1 feel  from  the shall
Drifting north and south on this vein
icijiitiiuii'ii nn nags ■-' i
___. 4.
TIIK .VDVANCK
MIDWAY H.C., JANUARY
1, 1C00,
CANADIAN
PACIFIC RY.
SOO PACIFIC LINE.
The "Imperial Limited"
the fastest train between the
ATLANTIC and PACIFIC.
.2:85,
EAST HO UM)
Leaves Sicnmous       nt
WESTBOUND
Leaves Sicamous ....nt- 'i.t-.iiil.
OONNEOTINO steamer
Loaves Pontloton Tuesdays, Thnrsdaya
and Stlttmlays (it 7 a. m.
Arrives at Pentiotou Mondays, Wednesdays Jinil D'ridays nt 17:80,
Accelerated service into thc
Kootenay Mining District.
Through tickets to all Eastern
points at lowest rates.
HI DWAY, B.C.
Beautifully situated at the confluence of Boundary Greek and Kettle Biver.
ILL BL T'ie most linl)ortant 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  Keitle River and Boundary
*   '•'
Creek   Districts.
The distributing   point  for   Upper   Kettle  River,  West   Fork   and  Camp  McKinney
•n ning c imps.
The  nearest Railway lown to   Republic,   Meyers   Creek,   Palmer  Mountain  and   other
Northern  Washington mining camps.
The   leuling  residence town    irt    the   country,••.'.with  an   excellent   climate,   pure  water
supply  and   tavnrable sanitary, conditions.
Business, residence and garden lots 'at low prices and on easyterms...
fo fo fo
fo fo fo
fo fo fo
fo fo fo
t fo t
For full information as to time, rates
etc., also for t'opies nf Canadian
Piit'illc Ry., pit    atinns apply to
S, I. SMITH,
*   Agent, Penticton,
or to     E, .1. COYLE,
A. G. P. Agenl,
Viininiivei'.
SKND Kill! MAPS, I'KH'KS AMI ITU. l'.\UTI(TI,.W!s T.0
J. F. I'KiGDTT, Manager,
Loudon k Lancashire Building,
Montreal, P, Q.
TKE MIDWAY CO, Ltd.
E.JAOOBS,
Agenl for Ilritish Cnluinliin,
.Mil I wav, B.C
NOTICE.
NOTICK in IhtcIiv glvon Ihal tliirly il.iy
iifleriliilu | Ijiieiiil tu ii|i|ily to thu Olitcl
Mineral Act 189(3.
Certiiicate of Improvements.
	
STOTIOB.
Dominion, Kaiuvikw, a. D. A. and Black
Hawk .MinHieai. Claims.
Situate   in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District    Where lncaled : in Cump
Fairview.
TAKK N'OTK'K tlmt 1. Chas. -lell. Oroon. |
as in-lMlt
Rossland,
GnscNvyooo.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT _WI
LIMITED LIABILITY
nt   fnr th.1 Pi.minimi Conaoltilatorl |
CoiiiinissioiH'r nf hniiils uinl Works, fm   pel"
llliBSiOll IO   inil'l'lllLiI!   tl'.'ll   lll'I'CS Iif   Ijlllll   IIS fill-     ,.  .HBrnilnVn I
lows-coniiiionolng ut a post planted on lho  «5;"»f'W°°W*f.c.rSK^ffi,
ohalna ivosl muro or lots lo tho Slmilltamoon  aCiown Ornnt of tho abovo drums. |
Iilvor thonce down the Slinllliamooii River to     And furthor lake notice that ,u-tion under t
tho point of corainoncoiiiont and cuiiUitnlng 320 Motion 37 musl Ira commenced hoforo tlio Issu-
acnw inure or less. ; mice nt mull Ceriilicnir of [inpro* omenta.
The sniil land being required forn raiiRO and I Dated this Anii dny nf OotoBcr, IKI9.
agrioull unit purposes. I'll AS. in.!' IIKKICX
Duleil this ninth day ol \' ivc.n'i ir, l„D,
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
NOTIOB
Ouaxitk and IIannkh Minkkai. Claims.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mlnln; Division ot
Yale District, where loomed: In Camp
McKinney.
TAKK NOTICK that I, It. II. Parkinson as
iigcut fur :!ie Ciutip .McKinney Mines
Limited, of Cninp McKinney, free miner's
oortlfloato tin. lilffOA. Intond, sixty daya frnm
tho dato horeof, io apply to Lho Mining lienor-
dor for a oortlfloato of litipmromotita, for the
piirpisc of obtaining u Crown grant of the
above nlaiins.
And fnrllier take notico that, aotion, under
section .'(". must be eomiiieiiceil   before tlio
issuiince uf such curt i Unite uf improvements
Dated Ibis Uth day of Aii-ust, IS1K).
It. II. PAKKINSON.
NOTICE.
THK British Columbia Southom Railway
Oompmiy will apply to the Parliament of
Canada aMta nestSefMon fur un An authorizing the Company to comploto al uny ttmo before the end nf ihey »ir 19W, it* weatorn soctlon
asdeAortbod In tho A,at of thofiafd Parliament
(OW)lVlotortatChaplQr Ml and a bmni'li lllia
from a point on Itf main lino at or near the
forks of Michel Urcek thence By way of Michel
Crock lo Morton Crook, and (or other purposes.
Hy order of the Hoard,
M. CAMPHKU, OSWALT),
Socrolary.
Montreal. 17lh N'ovemher, 1800.
AnldealResidenee Town.
Mineral Act, 1896.
Certificate   of  Improvements.;
Notice.
DutiLSRYE t'liAiTioN .Minkiiai. Claim.
Situate In Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale
Dlstriot.   Wh*rt locawd:   On Krufw
Mountain.
TAKK NOTICE that I.CIius. de Minis(iroen,
as agont for John C. Fisher, free mlner'a
cerlillcate No. 18728a. George A. Kegel, free
miner's cortllleale No. 18727a, and for Wm. P.
Keller, free miners cerllltcat-i No oiTA Intend,
sixty days from Iho date   hereof, to apply
to   the Milling Itecorder for a cerlilleale oil
improvements, for lbe  purpoao of obtaining
a Crown grunt, of the above claim.
And furihor lake notice that action, under
ectlon :17, musl, be commenced beforo *hc issu
nneeof such rvrlltii'iilo of  improvements.
Dated this 20th ilnv i f October, 1K».
 ('HAS. null. ORKKN.
Real [state and Mining 'Brokcrs.
F!N/1.NG!AL AND INSURANCE AGENTS. .[.  ,
Fire Insurance a Special!:/.   '^^ITcny^T™
I'sswjrsK'i.Ti^s ?*•*___;wss*!'mmmjmmmmm mtbamumm
Bob Hall's,Stage Line
i.iNERALACT 1686.
Oortlflcitte   of   Improvement!!,
MOTICB.
South stiu Minkhal ft. iv
Sttu.ite    In  the   us.>.*o- Mlniui;   D	
ol'Yule   District.    Whore  Locatodi Cattif
MoKlnnoy,
AKKXilTIrK Uml 1. Clin-. Iiilll.iisllri
We
Print
On good papJ
|| and in the most
H approved style'
111
If LETTER IIKAIlSS
m BILL HEADS
JSfg NOTE HEADS
K ENVELOPES
K STATEMENTS
& POSTERS
m BUSINESS CAk|)v
i%zzz] CALLING CAklK
II   BLANK FORMS
&•§$ uf any kind
m,       • e»
BILL OF SALE
l&$ ("'"'ins for Mineral Claim
! vmi "9
\ffl&     SURVEYORS'
\-iwM   affidavit forms fcr fid
TAKK NO I'll IE thnl I. (lin*. In
us iiKiuil   fur H in. Ktlwurdi*,
iSJ
• tti
| derlifle to   No.   n 5111(1,
i front ii"' 'Jul.- lici'.-i.t.   0 uppl)  iu tlie x-,.n.    £»rfJj£j
t'., .uii. r fm'.|'( rim.■.,;. .u IriiuA.ii ii,. i' - foi      ;. v-'
tin- purposo ul oliiitiitiiiK u ( i'ouii Oninl of iIn-, y-'f-.- '.'.-I
abovo cliiiui. • r-''   ..
I    And furl lici tuljc nm Ice Hint notion, under «*\>jjfj
I scctiiul .'17,  nui-f  be ciiiiuiil'iici'il   liefore   llio    .,-,  ; ,
j [seuance ..t'sucli Uertifloaie of In proromciita   , -:,'-{'-.:.-'
i     Ilu  iniili- JMh
notes, etc., etc.
TKe ^dVarice,
.MIDWAY, II. f 3
MINERAL ACT 1896.
j Certificate  ol   Improvements.
I   '     - 	
Notloo.
'I'tii'j I1iiiitiii..ii:k anii Mavi-'uhvkh  Minkiiai,
j Claims.
' Situate in the Osoyuus Mining Division of
Yale district. Where located: In
Camp Fairvlew.
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Passengers to -i-akk-vothj-k. that i, John a. uonteeth
and from Fairview, Osoyoos and Oroville^ Wash., xitftf^'LS^^.kiJ^
delivered  in   quick   time,    and    by   comfortable apniytotKoiJlii'iugK/wordorfor a ccfiiricaie
  ..'      of linproveiiieiilii, fiir the purnose of obtalniiiK
a Crown (Irani of lho alsive ulaliiis.
And further take notice that iiellou. under
I _,__,.   Cn._M ■...A I i     T_        a *    s_ T%     A»      nection Tl, mu«t be niioiiiciirisl   before lhe
Livery, rceo 3iw i*   "CfltlCtOn   a. C  ^*m,p*m«m*i1>»*^*!<»**-<>''ii'P'<w ementu,
rtl It. t. !__*__ _____
iiii- aithdoj iifscpi.. a. ii. wm.        yn.n. rajascx-j; ai.;■;.;?) Am,.,.
    ('MAS. Hill. GltKKN.    I ' V Ai ;;-.' ZfJ h\ Wz-Z^Z'ttyj '•• Z'
(Carrying Her Majesty's Mails) .
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Peritcton .on Mon'
conveyance.
sed_nd
Sale Stables.
Iiulisl this l.'itli day of NovemlHir, 1810.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of   Improvements
Kfotice
Balmoral Mineral Claim.
Situate In the Osoyons Mlnlnjr Division of
Yale Dlstriet, Where looted: Camp
MoKlnnoy.
TAKK xotick ihal I. ll. II. Parkinson I
us  n^ciit   for   W'illiii
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Certificate   of   Improvements;
NOTICJO.
COL!) DI/8T ANII 1,1'ITI.I'J (1(11.11 Dl'ST lllNl'JIlAI,
Claims,
Situate In the Osovnos  Minlnir Division of
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Oortlfloate   of   Improvement*.
VOTIOH,
Tiik MiMimiv I.aiik Minkhal Claim.
Situate in lhe Kettlo Kiver Mining Division of
Ynlc  District.   Whore located:- In Skylark Camp, lyms southerly of and ad-
JoininK thc Skylnrk mineral claim,
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of   Improvement*.
Yule District.   Wiiwe looated i'KrSfcerlTAKK (t'OWCBihai I, Nnbioii.-Joiidph Iji
Mountain. I  I     Plant, /rp
TAKK NOTICK thai I. Clina. dnBloln Oroen
.iLsayont for George A.Knj"nj, free -'liner's | 'Z
ml!,   freo I cc|.iill',iJi. N'o. 1871
iud fur Wm. KcIlor.fr
iniiii'iin-illli'.iti. No. iiilllil, fur
myself iml n-  dgonl for It. I,. Honor, free
I'l'titiciile No. imU. Jiiiiic» McNicol.
it < i ■■Jlli.'iiic N'i..t!i,'i7.'.i, and William
Mi Mjiin, froo linini cciiillivic N
DlVIDKNU SSU DlVIDKND KRACTION   MlNIR.II.
Claimh.
Situate In the Oieyooi   Mining Division or
Yale District.  Where locaied ; On Kruger Mounlain.
TAKK NOTICE that I.Chiiu.deHlolHOreen,
iirrtni* m ngcni for 11. A. lloHcnnan.
free miner scerlilleale No. n,',7||, II. A. Aniler-
eon fice miner's edrtlllcaio No. n4M8, dud
John ('.   Klsher,   freo   niliinr'ii   oerllficui
miner., mathjt*  No.   u'«l, Intend  sixty  uiln^ec.tlflca.oNo! ,:;:-. Inioiid rfxty'dwaI"Srpat^J^^t^flSTlS^^]^   '««*' M««"i6'l» Tkm   SmlS
days fram tlio dato horeof, to apply to lbe fromlliodatehoieof.toiipply to thc,MliilngJlo.   ''.,,;'','," ,',i'tt,   ;\  .,       ,'i. ,,."' ,"i''.\-  dateboreof; 10n y to the Mini.,), ftecordor
Ml. lug Recorder for u oerllfloao .of Inftrovc  i Icrforaccrtincakof [mprovcme'nU. for lho   .SwS'Kl^ '""-
iciii- (or tho purposo of obtaining ix Crown  purpme nf ohtainlnf! u Crown Qranl uf iho ,.Mni'"fi'r'!i,V,_~Zt't hlTiM-SS   ' ub' P»»» »• obtaining a Crown Orant o  lhe above
(.runt uf the abovo cbltii. 'above olnlms, ininiogiit rowoura i ino nupvo claim.       Lolnlnis,
&Xfik:''l&&&&W3Zi>.
R.H.
Provincial I,uml Surveyor.
Architect and
Civil Engineer..,
Flp.ar|cial,
I-^chI Estate,
liistirancc and
Mining Ajreiit.
mnvoTAitv   pVBieictom
1' nil vii.w TowiiMitu AkoiiI.
. . . AIIIIIIUIK . . .
B. H. PARKINSON,
KAIIIVIKW, 11. c.
< •»»i'|.|*H|>oiiil«.iK~o Solioitod.
JOY'S DOMAIN.
Wiiiilil'd Iiiiui Iliy Iiuiim. and iicrcB priie
Ami widou iileasuros iiini'i*ol
(Oi I.n 11.1 ilir lull if .in: Hi/r.
Hii; mAko thygardon Imkc
I   And further tako notice ihal jictiun. under I    And furthor lako notico Mint action, uiuli
P IV   n   rPdrtfinpo   slto   u/liilet  i"'""" :,r; "'',"'!. hl:/'iiiiiniciiccil  liifori. n*« I wiiii.ni   87,  niii'l   be eoinnicncml beforo tin
L ay   a   I ithlUBnce   Site   wnilsl IssiiancoofsUrliCortJllcatcoHinprovoiiienle,     Issun fHiiclicorUUcnioof Improvemonls
Dated this 88lh day of.Novombor, 1800. ! Dalod IhlmiOlli dnj ol bclobnr, c.r.i.
there is plenty of choice. Pure
ai*1 and watnr, beautiful scenic
surrounding's, skilled resident
physician, excellent schcol-just
the place for families.  Try it.
For Prices and Terms
Apply to
THE MinWAYCO,, LTD.
Spokane Falls
..& Northern,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
- - AND - -
Red Mountain Railways.
RICHARD II. PARKINSON I'. I,.:
CIIAS. mjBI.ois ORKKN,
And furihor tnl.c notice thai net lim, unit
jBootlni: ::;   _nal  in- oomnicnood bofore tin
l8si '■■■   .fsnoli CcrtlllenteiifImproycineiila,
j '"" '":iil ""■' '"' N'<.1-ni*..-r. ISM. ; I)>Uc<| migjotj v -f Cflloborj IMI,
nk:..*jcn.kini-1'ii i;a i'i.ant '
'I'hc Midwav Company still
And furfiior iii'ii,. notic. ihat iiction. uiuler! 11(IV-. f0r salt: a few vitcrc ir.'icls.
'.'linn A,,  must   !„• ooinmuiicod  boforo tlie ,
ia.iiniibo of such Certlllcaic of Improi'mni'iiit      Buy   one   oil    easy   IcrillS, aild
"make thy garden large."
('li V*. iii.II. UHJtS.N.
.
i *ityiiJi%>
4>i
Just a Woi
iti
'_ ■ ..■ZzjcW&Z£SA,dz:sC.7.ZI£ni
•eff.ttzrr.
%,&& K<bM. '^_>
in
The   only all-rail route, with
out change of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland
and Nelson. . .        /t
DAILY THAI NS.
(10INO NORTH,                   GOING HOl'TII.
l**i*l a. in    MAUI IS liiitlii.in.
Train leivvlnu Marcus al 12:41 a. ni,
iniikcs di wo t'onneotlotis at Spokann
with trains fur all
Pacifle Coast Points.
('lose connections at Nelwid wlih
Bti'iiinlHiiils for Kimlo and all Knntrnav
IiHko.poitils,
IJniownK''r« for KHttle Hiver nnd
Boundary Owk roiinecl, at Marcus
with slagrdiiily.
xsx. a. trA.axx:moxr.
a. p. ot, a
To those contemplating'an investment in Midway real estate, thfe information ts
offered that on the Riverside Addition maybe
found 300 very choice residence sites.
LOTS §0 x 125        :
For terms and all other informatio n apply to
W.H. NORRIS,        or*     A. MEGRAW,
Midway, B.C Camp McKinney, B.C.
W. H. WEBB,
■jCv Practical >__»
W#f AND, CARRIAGE
:   BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
JEl* & Jp'.m, i 2» IL rx S
■   OF A 1,1, KISIK
i roniptly   and   Neatly
' Executed.
&■ CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A  |
SPECIALTY.
LEE CHUNG
LAUNDRY,
MIDWAY, B. C
WASHINGS  CALLED   KOR AND
DULIVEBKD.
Price*. Mod«M*te.
 ,
1 ■'   — THE ADVANCE.
VoL XII, No. 10.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 8,   1900.
$2.00 per Year.
¥   p,-BlcLEOD.
BA_HlHTEIt. Soijcitoii, Etc.
- -j Oa|.jKVwn'in, H. C.
I A MERRY XMAS 1;. |% w?Progr8SS'
^j; MJCHli.'!'1
.JHjjAL KSTATK,
|   FINANCIAL AGENT
anii MINING BROKER,
Cm*».JMcKinney,B.C.
ii.il
|pr. R. Mathison,
 : DENTIST.
NAIMH-FLOOl)   BLOCK   •    OREENWOOD.
!.■.■—J.Krr. II.C. SHAW.
' I Hallett & Shaw
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS,
NoUrlo Public.
0»M»_J—'osii: "Hai.i.kti'.''
Codes : Ho.lf.ntl McNeill's, Moreing &
Ncal'H, Leibcr's.
____nrooi).n.<:.
JA8. 8UTHERLAND,
.  . .  MIDWAY, B.0.
ROTARV   ITIII.K,
WL CUSTOMS  IIHOKKR.
COMMISSION AHEM.
'CWtoms entries passed.    Mineral Act
»nd Aet papers drawn up.  AIH-
i taken.  Abstracts made,
nunleatlons by n_!l or telephone
btly attended to.
m % T5"
And to make it a joyful one to all your dear
ones and friends we have gathered from Orient
and Occident m my beautiful articles suitable as
presents.
ct importation of Japanese art goods in
kery, Vases, Trays and Antimony tal
Go From the north, L dies' Fur Collarets
and Mitts, Gentlemen's Fur Coats, Gloves and
Caps; also fine Neckwear and other usefu 1
articles.
h Our stock of fancy and every day groceries is
complete, with too a fine lot of Ontario apples,
cranberries, mince meat, raisins and nuts of this
year's growth, citron, orange and lemon peel.
We have just received a supply of new teas,
Congos and Ceylons also gunpowder.
Always happy to see and wait on you at
o<P0ST OFFICE STORED HAIN & CO.
MIDWAY.
tf W. DALRYMPLE
—•txTA    BlBolcan_t_
ft FAIRVIEW, B. C.
Alt KUIt  of  Repairing.    Horseshoeing
'."   ' A special*-.
mam*.
nwe.jfjjD.mnc
nncll. R. M. McEntlrr.
DMl & McEiife,
Increasad Development in the
Boundary Creek District.
Summary ol the Work Done in
the Leading1 Camps.
(Continued from lnal woek.l
Lost week tin.' work dune nn tlie
most promising mining properties in
Plmmix, Di'.iil,vi ind mid Wellington
gamps wns summarized. Two oilier
camps were referred to us nlso calling
for notice, viz Summit nnd Central
camps.   These hy no means complele
lhe Mackenzie Mann - Holt syndicate.
All tlie other Summit camp claims
named ahove have heen prospected
with encouraging results, On Ihe
Maple Leaf, one of the Hnthiniillen
Co's gioup of 1(1 claims, a 200-foot
shall has heen sunk and in a cross-out
at that depth the occurrence of numerous ore stringers suggests the near
proximity of the ledge, A cross-cut
at the (Kl foul, level is stated to have
intersected ft 29-foot Ittlve with six feel
uf pay ore. This,property is supplied
with ft steam power plant. The Monti
tain View has ten men employed in
prospecting it. A 10- fool shaft, a 2lt
foot drift and a numher of open cuts
tu determine the trend nf the 'edge
represent the result of recent work.
Itis intended to push development,
fur which purpose the lecently organized Mountain View Copper Company
the list,  fur tliere are properties in
Long Lake, Skylark, Copper and j is arranging to bring in machinery
Smith's ramps that ftlso merit attention. In each of these fnur last-named
camps there are properties upon which
quite a lot of development work has
heen dune.
| Hotel Spokane,
Y^XsC^xs*Seventh st- ■ nidway- XXX
IT HORAN, PROPRIETOR.
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.
Summit Camp.
In Summit ramp are several claims
tip. >ii which hig ore deposits nreknown
t-i occur. These include the B. C„ Oro
Denero andEiniuil. Other well-known
claims air the R, bell, Wake, Josie,
Mountain View and Rathmullen group.
TheB. C. is stated to have $O00tQ0O
worth of ore uu the dump and in sight
In the mine. It is claimed that this
value has heen arrived at after carefully estimating the contents of the
ure bodyas disclosed hy the work dune
to date and calculating values at an
Central Camp.
The must important properties iu
Cei.lral camp are the City of Paris,
Majestic and Nu, 7 groups. The.se anil
the Norfolk, which adjoins the Nu. 7,
aie the only properties upun whieh
wnrk has heeli done duriug 1899.
There are others with good ore showings, Iml nn developnienl has lakeii
place un them fur snine line past. Tile
City of Paris, Lincoln and Nn. I ar..
adjoining claims owned hy ihe Ciiy ol
Palis (luld Mining Company, of Spokane. Wash. There were known lobe,
when this company iicquhed lhe
Claims in 181)8, tlueeleiidsen lhe group,
and the work done op llll ihnt lime
included a shaft sunk on the Oily nt
Paris TO feet   with  a   10 fool   ciusmuI
..riaii.V'.M i ....I.I -. x a,j .:ittiZ.,i,,_.j,
ROM CREEK HOTEL . . .
■
.^OlITII OK IIOI'K CUKKK
SS.    A**, **.-•»•..?.■.-; «•»:-.,   CIKr
PlHiMJlAHS    AtVIIMMillnll.i-    KIIK   Ill'KSTW
iloOD STABLING
W  fcotllerl KIhIiuii* mi Kettle Itivi.i.jt/
AiSTRONG HOTEL.
M.  Kl'YES, Prop.
tti.
Sopi Accommodation,
RBest Liipmrs nnd Cigars.
First-Class Stabling
Armstrong b.c.
§3$»« ■***************($)
R. M-ELMON.
Practical Watch Maker,
!|oPl'KH  MT
GREENWOOD B.C,
Onod Tooli, Plrnty Mat.rl.l,
dat jo yt.ru eipcrlencc to ilu
xretk. correctly.   .   .   .
®
i Luke's Home...
, A Private Hospital
I and Nurses' Home.
OWENHEIMER ST., VANOOUVER.
Medical,Surgical andMidwifery cases
ecel»«d. Terms:-- Private Rooms,
115 pet week j Beds in Wards, $10
icr week.
Nitrites sent inin the country ut the
sital charges, telegrams receiving
iiiiedliili' aflenlinn.
AUapplieations In he mude In
SISTER FRANCES,
... .»..-*..-j. •- _*.•***.•_.>*____________
■z^ "j"^fS- >•> 9 _»-'P_»!_f_i;:Sr:5!55-f:y5^_!!_f5P_j5.
JUST
ARRIVE
M
FINE
LINE
OF
Japanese Ware   ™*
and  Silks     CHKEAS
&*.
\\,
ty
ty
ty
ty
ty
ty
1
ty
ty
ty
ty
ty
ty
ty
ty
average it is lieiieved the ure will run from the bottom of if, all in nre. U;.
in bulk. The ure is n cupper sulphide 11 he Lincoln ahoul 100 feet uf wnrk lunl
and ihe drifts run have opened up been done, including a shaft sunk 00
three distinct shouts of ore that it will j feet. The Lincoln ledge was found lu
pay lu ship tu ihe smelter. The lode be about 11) feet in width. The ore
varies iu width from 10 to 27 feet, Th" j was desirihed as,'an aiitimonial ore
main shaft is imw dnwn 2)'.l feet anil a : running well in gold nnd silver and it
crosscut is being run at the 250-foot- was staled that a 8-ton shipment made
level. There are drifts at the SOfootTto Omaha returned $212, per ton in all
and 150-foot levels and two prospect] values. By the close of 18118 the com-
shafts, one almut 150 feel north and i pany had driven a cross-cut tunnel
the nthei a similar distance south of ; snine 000 feet, for the purpose of inter-
the main shaft; connect witli the 50-' seeling both the City ot Paris and Lin-
lunl level. The drills continue beyond culnjeads at a deplh nf Iietwceii20(i and
th.jse .-hails and they have proved the BOOfeel. Thisluiiucl was continue- dor-
existence within a total distance nf: ing 180!) until it was more than lofKl
000 feet of the three distinct bodies or feet in length. Some months ago it
shoots of ore already meulioned. The was slated iu print lliat tins tunnel
intention is to sink on the Inde as had cnl five leads but Ibis stat.eiu-.nt,
rapidly as is reasonably practicable] all hougu prohahly correct, has not
until a depth of 1,000 feet shall have ; been veriHed by the piesent writer,
been reached. A 20*drill compressiir Two iimnths since Mr, Jay P, Graves,
plant is being obtained to replace tlie after visiting the City of Paris and
small one hitherto ill use here. It is Majestic mines, gave out Ihe following
proposed to increase the number of for publication:— "Aboui CO men are
men employed ou the mine from the employed,   We aie cutlingastaiion iu
I THE MIDWAY TRADING G0.,Ltd. i
**w J, R JA3DBI, Mans-rar, .W
»»»M»»**»»»»»»»»»9M»»9»»»»»»»»9»»»»»»»»*>»»»»»»»i»i|
- Midway Meat Market - j
K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor. j
At this establishment customers can get choicest cuts of *
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL. «
80 on last  mouth's  payroll  to 7u, as |
work can be found with advantage for
larger  umuliera.   The  present daily
output of slopping up- r*about 50 inns.,
An ore bin ui a capacity of litU tons is i
lieing constructed.   It  is anticipated
that eveiiiiuilly, after the mine shall
haveheeliMXI eusively developed,a daily
shipment of400 tons will be maintained,
it   is  understood   thai   arrangements
have been concluded to ship ure lu the ,
c P. R. smelter at Trail and that rail
Connection has been established wilh i
the mine to allow ol 'this  being dune..
As there are 10,000 or 11,000 tons of ore
un the dump there is this quantity lo
start shipping Irom.   Tliis ure Is of,In
estimated value of $25 per ton.   The
II. i . mine is
Owned by the IJ. C. Chartered Co.,  j
of Montreal, P. Q., with a registered
capital of $3|000,000, The company also j
owns other claims and fractions in
Hi,' vicinity of lln- It. C. mine, lhe
whole funning a group of twelve
claims.
The Oro Denero is distant about
The City of Paris,
ui the tunnel, about 850 feet frnm its
nmuth. The hoist recently installed
will he in operation Nov, 18th. Sinking is in progress at this station, ll
will lie continued until an additional
depth of 100 feet is gained, before cross*
editing is commenced, At ihe station
the tunnel Is 250 feet vertically from
lhe surface. More lhan 3,000 feet of
wnrk has been dune on this level in
the Oily of Paris, and au upraise tulh.
surface has jnsl been completed, ensuring good ventilation. A second upraise will lie made fiom lhe iidjuiniug
and eiinnecliug winkings iu lhe
Lincoln. We will shorlly commence stnpiug from the 100-fool level
of the Ciiy of Paris, preparatory lo
hauling the ore to Grand Porks eaily
in i lie new year.
"The Maje.tie tunnel is in 100 feel,
and very gmiil ore was encountered ui
Ihe latter half uf the Winkings. Tlio
properly bids fair to become a goml
mine, The plant, which serves fur I he
two groups, comprises a Rand duplex
mile from the 11. C.   il is owned  hy  roiupressoi, twutlOhorse.puwerboilers,
and  one 26-hol'Se  power   llulsl.     We
■ Beti'lBei'BtaK. ox*. *blxa pi-oinlaei
j | Therefore Meats are always fresh and sweet Call and get a good joint  $
for dinner to-day. S
TELEPHONE 311- P. O. BOX 25.        »
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Is now open with ft Stock of
CIGARS,  FANCY GOODS,   ETC.
All the Leading Magazines Kept on Hand.
Circulating Library in Connection.
Thos. Walker, Prop.
Seventh Street,
Midway. B.C.
the King Mining Co., of Rossland,   A
shaft has been sunk 21X1 feet and al this
depth ft cross-cut win run, Two tunnels are being driven from Ilie hillside.
One nf these i.s intended to coniieo1
Willi the shaft at the 2(10 tout level,
lhe latest published report nf the
superintendent is in the effect that
both tunnels are in ore, No, 1 is in 50
fret. Helnre No, 2 was started lhe
ledge was stripped .'Ci feet across and
25 feet along its course, No. 2 is in lat
feel wilh a full face ol ore. The Oro
Denero Is equipped with a 20'horse
power engine, a 60-horsu powor boiler
and a tVdrill air compresssor. A branch
railway line has been graded to pass
near by, bul lhe siding I" Hie l.iltiu
has out yet been completed, A trial
shipment uf ore was sent tu the smell
er a few weeks ago.
Little or ho development work  was
done on the  Enunii during the pnul
year,   The Oro Oeiiern I'-ad  has been
traced northward through this claim.
It Is described as being solid 35 feet in
width nn the Kiiiiiiji, mi which there is
a vertloal shaft too feet in depth, with
ll In fuut cross-cut ill the .Vl-I'mit level.
The oro Is magnetite with copper and
it nice showing was opened up by the
railway grade across the claim. This
is une of the Summit camp holdings of
erected a number uf buildings tins fall
'n pruvidenccuiinundation for the men;
likewise stables. Tlie ihw. Wagnll
road from tii uinl Kinks is in guud condition. Over il during the while.
mouths will be hauled I'ruiu 2,000 In
5,000 tons of our ore, T'Ueru ine I,Out!
tons of shipping ure un ibe City uf
Paris dump. The gi-tup rumpuses
three claims, and the Majestic group
four claims. Tile principal values air
iu guld, copper aud .liver, Many as
snys of lhe City nf Paris nre yielded
i.ne ounce of gold, I wu lo Hve per eeni
copper, and from 20 to HO uiiiiues nl
•ill Verio the ton." (Since III" fiiregoitl^
mis published the «itize from ibe sin-
I inu in lhe City ul Paiis ti il entered
ai 5t feel in ih pih nr M*l feel from tin
sin lace, a body of ore uf shipping
fl'llde.)
The No. 7 Croup.
The No. 7 iirou| iprlses the Nu. 7,
Lad) i>f the Luke, Fannie II., Obis.
now, Helen, McQregur and Tripod
Mosl nf lhe work ou this group has
heen dune on the No. 7, and I bit in
.he veins DS07-8, Twn shafts lime
neii sunk. One is dnwn 1H0 feel uu
ihe incline, and at this depth tthotll
118 leel uf drifts and cross-cuts have
heen lllll.   The oilier lapped lhe ledge
al a depth nf 00 feel. These shafts at ■
KM feet aparl .nnl the ledge ba.-' been
traced on Ihe surface 150 feel farther
or n total distance of 850 feet. Thy
vein su far as opened up ranges from
ahout 12 inches lo six feel in width,
and averages ahoul 27 inches nf on
giving values of not less than (ti3l pei
I'.n. The ore is quartz liiiueriillzi '
witli galena, zinc blende and a III lie
copper pyrites, values belt g pi in,
pally in gold jiuil Bllyer, Within lb
losl ihree months suhslnnlial .ml euu -
modioiis mine buildings hnvu been
erected, a machinery site levelled and
housed, nml n lot nf mine timbers, ant
cordwood nit and balded, A wagon
riiad has linen const fueled iihonl similes tu the mine. It i- Intended In
put in a power plant tu Include a i,D-
linise power linller, a friction boisl
with 80 inch drum, a Knuwles sinking
pump with a capacity uf 100 gnllone
per minute aud-all necessary gear and
appliances, The deeper shaft is to be
enlarged so as to admit of its beii it,
made a twi -compartment shnfl, wilh a
bucket-way font feet six inches hy
Hve feet in ihe deal and a smaller
man-way, Later lhe drift will he
extended sn as in eventually connect
ihe tw;o shafts, Until tbe new ma-
ehmery shall have been installed ihe
horse whim now ou the mine will be
utilized fur hoisting purposes,
The Norfolk ami New York, which
ndjiiin Ihe No. 7, an. owned by tlie
London* B. 0. Gnidlields, Lid, Twn
prospect shafts wine lately sunk on
what is thought tu be an extension nf
ihe Nn. 7 lead, One shafl is uow dnwn
aliout Kid feet ami the other less than
half that deplh. The indications ure
favorable for this property developing
tutu a permanent mine.
The Jewel Croup.
A lengthy description uf the Jewel
group in Long Lake camp, owned by
i iie Jewel (luld Mines, Ltd., of London,
was published iu iiit-; Advaxci-: in
September last. There has heen more
wurk done underground since then and
part of the new plani has beenreceived,
but as particulars right up to d»te are
nut just nowttvuilahlea brief summary
of the position as previously stated in
detail is al! IhiiL can li*. ,/iven at pres
ent. The group includes the Jewel,
Gold Drop, iilidfinterestinlbeD'eneri
Grande, ami several neighboring
fractional claims, The wnrk has Imn
doue chiefly on the Jewel ami Denero
Grande. The development, consisting
i.f a main Incline shafl 7 feet by 3 fn j
6inches iu the clear ami ^..1 feel ii
depth, 000 feel of drifts and Cross-cut:
ami iiit) feet of winzes and raises, ha;
thoroughly exposed the vein and
blocked nut the ore to the depth men
tinned and fur a distance of more tha
100 feel on each side uf tbe shaft. Tir
nre frnm lhe _0-f.aU level upward
runs about $8 to $10 per ton. At 'A--.
feet the vein is strong and well define.
and averages about six feet in widl
between good walls, This lower lev,
j has been driven in a line shunt uf or
j'lhirh continues about 200 leet i:
length and carries a value nf from $1
' In ttx'Ji per tun. A consideralile purlin
of this -limit gave values hy bu.ki
samples nf from j*$>0 lu $50 per ton. t
was estimated that six months slm
Ihere were ."'til tons ut' ure ou lhe clmiij
and aboui 11,000 tons blocked mil ii
the mine, of an estimated averagi
value of $1HH0 per tou. It was ii,
tended t" sink the shnfl 100feel deepei
and in run .'tno feet nf drifts at the 83!
foul lev, I. This development would
almost double the quantity nf ure i:
sight' A reduction plant will later hn
installed nn lhe company's mill sit" ul
the edge of Long Lake, distant about
200 feet,
The Enterprise and Anchor
Adjoining the Jewel are the Enterprise ami Anchor, The Jewel lead
crosses huth claims and it shows
up strongly righl through them,
An 85-foot shnfl and ;i number of open
cuts constitute lhe developnienl mi
these claims, These all expose the
vein, wbi' li seems tn he frnm fnur feet
to six feel in width. The ure is
described as clear quint/, with irou
pyrites, galena and tellurldes, It is
very similar tn Ihal on the Jewel.
There has nut been any wnrk done
mi ihe Skylark mine fur ahout two
years. The Silver King a neighboring
claim, the Orescent and tlie Lost
Chance, all situate in Skylark
catnp, are respectively owned by
•Spokane companies. The Cresoenl is
reported Io hen promising claim the
prospecting done on it having given
encouraging results. Wnrk was resumed nu the Lasl Chance lust year.
This properly has'been partly developed by n vertical double compartment shaft sunk 120 feel lietween tWO
parallel veins, At that dopth a cross.
• ul hns been inn about 70 feel easterly
bul the vein is still suiiiu distance
ahead. The westerly cross-cut at lhe
sn me dopth reached lhe vein on thut
side ut about.20.) feel from lbe shall
Drifting north and south on this vein
(Continued on t-jitfr -)
rim THE ADVANCE.
JOHN' WITHELL HrOPMKTOII
E. JACOBS Jl.ix.llii Ji
Published   weekly   at   Midway.   II. (',
Subscription Trie
i |.er aniiiiiii, luiya'i
The Year's Progress.
R'lilitiiiueil from j,a(to 1.1
] U now in progress.    The pay shoot   in
I proportion  uf  revenue from mining; Paralysed Him,
IMW   '    **'"' '''rc'iiwdiid "Miuer" hist w
—.— jquotedfioin  the New  Sforlj  -Tiiii'
he t'olli ni iug characteristic assert ion
1S98
Free miners' cerlifl*
y ...New Store on Seventh Street
In advance, cither yii.u-lv or lialf-yruiy at ll.e j t|„,   Dort.h   drill    average.-   al t  181 Oihne 'inlniiiir" Vil
opUonof thosubsoiibor. ,       ■      ,   . *-""''    mining   ie
Advertising Kalesseni .m application.   _      | inches in   width   wlnlsi   lhat in  Ihe
Tiiotigh ihi; cojuiiuif of Thk Aiiv.ixck arc '
al.rayp open for Ihe <li-a'.s-.ioi; of nialters of J    . ^^^M,^^^^^^^^^^^_^_^_^_—
public Interest and laiportanco, wo do uot ncc-   ore is-aid to he rieh in huth gold and:
south drift run- ahout lu inches.
li'lpls
;$4,780,10  $6,968.l»]
4,83&B0    7,278.15
  $U,(Ki 71) tjiUZAlo
Comapoudonce otavsraoual nature will not be | silver,   Arrangements havebeen made]    These figures   -how   a  gefipral and
published.
MONDAY, JAM': Aii VS.
in send   acjirlojui ol the oro to thai very satisfactory advance alj round,
;Trail smelter to ascertain  its  vilue. 1  «	
This inine'is equipped with  a steau,    Repub,|c Oold Mines, Oreenwood
j plant and its prospects appear to hei
'good.
The Republic Gold Mining Company
Tracklaving on the   Columbia and     There is not much work being done '' ''"'''""'' "'\',""
-    ° .,   ,    ,   . i Last Chance,   l.epu
heen niaile liy a hig '■
man Irom near Greenwood :—
"lots .ire selling rapidly   eft, $5)001)
JT. 3Cj. *X?&__s*zt_?y
Is now on deck with a complete stock of
 „ .,tawl Merohandtse, Men's Clothing. J
vill be'In  operatiiiii, each employing nt ,   „   , ,
0" J Rote
now,   Early lasl
iluaitiKKi ineu."
"Ore  l.o.lies   H  feet   wid-   .11111  tiOO1
fei I long'" ;i fair uveragi will lie fiom   '   •'> 11    txt\6    < 'i il |\'i ih :&    Yours,.jf.
g   the   Not.   Such. |5tO 7 per cnl.  co, r and from «8.   to   ,,f o-, per Cent, off I   adloa'  lie
1   Hidden | S12. in gold per ton," ''"
-pecial i
t^e i|..\t
Western Railway was  resumed la-t  Int'oppereimpjust now,   r.ariv lasti —
week and it now appears reasonable' to year a steam hoist was placed on the!Tl'«f"rfi ",im"il1 dain,s' in s,niu''»     Seemingly these modes! statements MILLINERY DEPARTMENT      Mrs  LR   To*-™ in
expect to see the rails laid to .Midwav   Kin,-.Solomon claim and some .-ePy camp, near Boundary Falls, is to he  p.,ra]  -cd theeditorforhoqiintcdtbe.u    ,  '    ' y mC
within a week from to day.   We hope nice-looking copper ore waa  mined, disincorporated anil a new,- ,any,  w,tho.it tomincnt.   No wonder. ~ "	
to have the pleasure of announcing   Operations    were 'suspended    later  to be named the Republic Gold Miu,<
next week tb.it ihis expect ition has   though,   There are s e very large Greenwood, B.C., is to be ineorpnrut
^^^^■^■^■^■■^■^■■■■f-  i  .Msniti.ba Crip \j kid
-
leen realised.
ml il
under tbe laws  of Hritish Columbia
untl  oie
A meet inn nf Liberal-Conservatives,
for the purpose of completing district
organization, is io be held at  Green- 'llls '
wood next Saturday evening,     lhe  "black eye" but no doubt it   will nut-
probability that a Provincial   election  live the sethjul; that luis lately inter-
will take place erelong and tbat it will   fnv(| nj|)] j|s .Jfogvega
he enntesti-d   nn party lines, should
ai-ousegeneral inter*t and induce a     *" S""ths camp the only property
good attendance.
The capital i.s to be increased
ii'-ned rn  $7o".000 l" $1,000,000and theaddi
lock is to he Treasury.   Eastern Can- eminent gi
land a  of various i
■ i> Imlli tin
the M ll iti
■ll
'-■III Me   |ii
stiiiacesliowings lu this cam
isprohalile thai  evenUially
bodies of copper ore will he n
here   For tbe lime, though, the cninp
■    |    l.jii     ni.l.i  ,. Indian .■'■pitiili'being iutrnd'
'vigorous policy  ol   (levelupmcnt  will      Wheal—Area in eroi) l.ftSI.I  .    ent*.
shorlly !■■• injiiigtirilnl. yield  |.i . •   i 17   ; li-ln:-; ■ ielll
—»..- 27,022. 230 bushels.
'    Oats--Told yield 22,818,878 Ini.-hel-;
barley, tol il   vi-],I. 6.379,186  bushels;
The l?„sslan,l"Minei"stat..s that Mr.; f|;1Xi   gfj^ofj   bushel   potatoes,   lotal
Hector McRae of the Boundary Creek ] ,.;e^ 3 226.395 liusheli
Mining k Milling Co., lias received I
....UumLLL5 ill!ILL
i,,,,        ,; t)Ct.4t)9999e*iC91l1>f:t)99t9f)9t*7999Q9099l)996999t*ii_
'*•■<■' *P   S. A. CROWfLL Prrinrltitne.   .-. .  	
9
,rr-
i upon which work is heing done is
The Golconda Group.
Boundary Creek M. & M. Co.
The Provincial Governiuenl appears In
Dliryprolucta -Bit tr, dairy, l,8H,
240 Hi-., value 8105,552-25;creamdry,
l,002,S09 Uw.,value $l*S,028.fl8t rh -—e.
This group consists of the Golconda, I smelter returns on a carload of oi
be nearing the end ofits term of office, lii,,i, B|.(,   n,,v,,a,,,   L.„„,,lin, York i ntlyshipped to Trail from the Gol
judging by the reported results of two and Wild Rose fraetion.   Tli-se claims Bug, one of i he properties of il on,    . omm „ ,     Mlan„
or three votes token after the opening wereHCqutredlaStfall by solne Eastern paiiy  located near Greenwood.   Th. ' """"."V,' *£S.     "       "" mMM'
of the Legislature last week.   If the •*.„„„<,,;     |Q„ ,,,,.,, l'v^.{_   wh„ average .value of ore per ton was as'""al *«0^9B.0fl.
opposing parties be so nearly evenly \nrg!inized theGolcontU Miues Ltd,   A I follows :    Gold, 8.72 ounces,   worth
divided as reports suggest, the sooner I Ie(1°gfi Vllrjing in wi(Uli from Lhree t0
an appeal is made tn the country the eight f(,et ,lnd mM:A„ini. priucipallv
better, for good governiuenl under ex-, ,,,s(,1|i,.l| .„„., ;,.„„ pyrjtei witl,,,,;, Lk,
isting conditions seems to he lluprac-1 ntmr. h.u, ppen*ousIy been 0penfa
HuMe- _     i along a distance of alanit. SOO feet, by
, .   .,      cuts maih'through several feet uf wash
A comparative  statement     of  lhe  .        ,       , ,., , . ,    .
,.   .      ,.,     ,. ,,,     ,,.        ...  •       min the supine ore,   which  is   very
statistics of the Kettle   Rivet   Mining      ,., ,        ' '   ,.       .     ,    , '
t,. ■ ■      .     .i ,oo,      11onn  sn.ii i .wn to ahout 1-1 feet  in depth.
Division  for the veins  1898 and 1899  ,       '
,..'     . ,   ,n   „ . A s halt lintr teet bv six leet has heen
appears    in      this    issue    nf   The I       , * r>
..,,...■„,.   -ru   n i .ui,        i   sunk midwav between these cuts to a
Advanck.   The figures exhibit much   .     ,    .     ■.        ,   ,       ,,,.,,,
,    .      ,, ,    _    ,      ,   J depth of ii licet.   Below     1    eet   the
progress during the year just closed,       .' .       ,       .,,    ,
especially as regards 'revenue the total , veln '»"'"U"'"A l!s «ldth. h± >' w:ls
of which was mure than 00 per cent,   njo™ or less gangued  up.    What ore
i„__„„ i i, ,    r.i tiiere was in it was so lid, assaung from
larger than that of the previous year, ■    "
Nearly half of the increase was fr	
mining receipts,   whilst   the returns
from the ProvincialIc'venue Tax mad
up much of the
nee of it.
, ci7 lu.-jiii. Since the new couipany.com-
menced operations a tunnel, intended
\  In cut the ledge at   a  depth uf ahout
200 feet, has been driven    It    now in
| ahout 100 feet.   At in feet in  a blind
| lead was intersected, this beingquartz
mineralized  with iron pyrites.   New
11 buildings have heen  erected  on the
The Cascade "il.   i.l'.j.ii. . ales th
holding uf a Good K   idseui veiitimi ii
the Bound.ry couulrv.   'ibe iiroposal i , ,      ,        ,        . ,    ,     .,.  ,
,, .        ,, ,    ,     Golconda and a steam plant  will be
would be well woitli an .|ning il I he |  ,    .    ,...,.     .,
general good of the ilisdi-i ,vere the I ol'fcK|ned for *tduriugthe coming year,
chief consideration when appropri-1 The Ruby, also iu Smith's camp, was
alionsare made, but I he chief consider-  worked   under  a  bond during  1809.
aliou ofgoveruiu.io.-u-ii iv is "Wiiil   s"  Rood   ore   w      met   with, but
voles will these bring u-l-"   Vet the jappareutly the vein bas net yet beenlnedy.
"good   road"   needs ol   ihis dislrict found   "In  place".    Work   was sus-
shuulil in the near future have mure j 1'ended iihout the end of the Slimmer
In ibe Augtisl bulletin theestlmafce
T
ii.*) is ii in v, l.'ii.j.i... ; !i.i       n.;:   ft! ail
furnished in first class gtyle     I iw d.n
is supplied with the best on the  market.    Ii,.
connectionos run by  Messrs, FRfVNCIS _
late of Cascade City, and has a choice SJtOi k
Liquors and Cigars.    :    :    :    :
,.-,„,       ., ,.„, „,„„,i, I wheat yield   was 83,604,786  bushel
Jj74.HI  :   silver,    ISO   ounces,    worth1 '
... ,,.   ,     ,  ,., ,,   -,- ,,,   i Ihis was considered a! Im-lline a co
S75.40: lead, 12 per cent., worth $7.40; . . .    ,
,. , ,     ,     c,,--.v,   txx   . . i servative estimate, as a greater vie. I
total  value; 81o7.20.   The total  gross I  ,.*-., , *     ,
,       «.,,-.       •    ,u        i    j ; lhan albo hus he s pel acre, asrepiu'ted,
value nf the lo tons in the carload was H      ,   ' „    '
_.o .j-o    t. ■   ■      -a.    x     ii     ki k   .was generally expected,    lhe   actus
."_,.!)».   This is snd lo he the highest i   . ,    , ,
, ...      ,,       .,    u   ,„ i    yielil, however,   has  heen  less,     lie
grade ore yet shipped f i om t he Bound-; '
'Government estimate  has  uot heen
Patronage of the Public is Solicited and Satisfaction is G
uarantes
ary CreekVoimtry in quantity.
The annual uieeting of the company
will he held next Friday afternoon,
12th 'nst. at Greenwood, for thereceipt
of the report of the directors and
auditor for the past year and the
annual election of directors, etc.
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.
Records   for   the    Week     Endipg
January sth,1900.
MINKIIAI. Llir VTION8.
JANUARY 2.
Dorris, Camp  McKinney,  L.  Sherwood.
realizud, The principal causes of
shrinkage were a period of drouth in
August, when the wheal was filling,
and the lavages of the Hessian liy.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certiflciite   of  Improvements.
JTOTIOB.
Gold Boo Mrsmui claim.
Situate in the Os.iyooi Mining Division
of Yale District. Whore Located: Camp
Fairvlew.
TAKK XOTK'K tlmt 1. dins. De llleistiri-eii
us agent for ucoryo Shoeluui, free niiii"r'.
^^^^^^^^^^^^ 1 eurtilicate   So.   hj.T:*". Inieod.   *ixiy    iln\h
Bonnie Bell,  Meyers  creek,  Arthur]tmh the date hereof, to «pph to the Mining
...   ,.        , ,,.'., r-  ,-,  , - 1'tcconler fur .1 t erliticjile nf liiiinovetiieiits for
W. Huuiicls and Cecil K. KoIiiiijioii.        I Hiepurim-e l) oiitauiiiig.il ruvin lirani uf the
Arlington,  fraction, Mejer? crefk, j»*»*§^ ._u. „„.„., m M.Uim_ ,,„,„
lotion '.17. must be commenced before  tbo
• miiiceof--j.cli Ci-rlir.-aieof linjirioei-i. nis
l.':i!ul this ,'itli ila) ol .Linn!.rj .|A. 11, 18 n.
CDA8. [)■_ ORKKN.
Arthur W.  Kuunds  and Frank  Ken-
Jiilenlinn th in ihey hue   had  in tin
past.    •
The Greenwood " Miner'   in Its last
issue took the Boundary 1 reek "Time
JANUARY 4.
Rawhide, fraction,Greenwood camp,
The Riverside Hotel,
Is situated nt lioek Creek, H.C.,   on   the   main route  of   Irave
between I'einiciou -.nd all Boundary ('reek points,   Stopp ng
place fnr stages.
Good Fishing -:- Good Hunting1-:-Bestof Accommodation.
S.TV T*xxwm*x*x,   F»*Oiis*letar.
The Republic Group. I Benjamin Henry Leei
No work was done on  the   liepnlilic JANPARY 5.
group during IS UI.ImiI. as reported else j    Gold    Dollar,   Silver   Hollar    and
wliere.anjitigen eniswereinade recent-! Tiansvaal, Bock Cieek, .1. A.    Kiaiil,.
.   ,   1 t _ ., 1, , ,.     ,.   ", , liy tbat will probably lead tnan earlyre-     iron Cap, Ruek Greek, Georise   S.
lo task for Us uncalled li :■ naish and, • ' ,|_ v ' *
uinptioii of work.   A short account of   lining.
CBRTIWCATR8 (IF WORK.
JANIAHY 4.
St. Laurence, Jolin Pelei-SUU,
JANI'AHY 5.
bitter references to Sir CharlPsTtipper,   , .   .   ,        _,        „,     ^.
ui.i      ••■ j   .,      i- . ,,  •.   ; the group   is   hue   given,    lhe   Won
who late y v sited the district,   Quite   ,    ,     ,,'    , ,.       , ,,, ,
„    ',,      ...       .     . ,.. „ Sueh,   Republic,    I.a-t    ( bance  and
recently lhe  Phoenix   'Pioneer    re    ,,.,,    ,. ' ,,
-,./,. ., iii        Hidden I re-isiire. comprise the group,
fused to he drawn into a nuid-siinging' ^^^
contest   with    another    newspaper
printed in the office nf the  "Ti
Whilst The Advanck is heartily wilh I
Pipes,
Cigars
Practical House and Carriage
PAINTING
! P«»per Hanqinq, Graining and Sign Painting. Also KalsommKl
and all kinds of Decorative Work c-tceuled bv
E. Nash J Co., Midway and Greenwood City.
I led
and i_uiuniuiti_!______l
which is situate near Boiindaiw Falls.
The Non Such is the pioneer claim of
  lliedistricJ,    i'.is.-j'olv 1 here nny havel^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
..,.,,.-.  .ne .-.!.> ..OX.I-. is licit llll)   \l llll ■ 1   ,. , , ,,  .    I        »l ,,,,,,,,.| I,     VI .,,,,,..,, .,    1 J  , .1      \|   ,  i,
.,    ,,„.     „     .   ,   ,, ■   ,   . been some earlier locations, hut this     _aiiiiuuin, atainuiotii (io.ii   Minn
the "Miner  and the'ra'tieer   [11 then* , .    ,      ,       . ., ,, ,„„.,„« _^_
,, ,       .        ,.      . claim has been in continuous existence ui)l"PH,*y.
adherence to cean iimrna imu it re-        ,     „. . , . .       , ,.     in.u-.uii, ciciii,.< 11  u,i„<
....        , .,       , ,   .. on the official records ever since lfcSB     uiawatna, t.nariesu.Hates,
minds   Ihemof the  adage   that it is -      ,  .    T,    '    r>RRTiP»i*»TM ,,•.■   imuioii -ivk-k
,       ...   , ,        ,. nnd II is alone m this respect.   The     ttRtiUcAih at   iMi'imv 1 -.,u... is.
not possible lo "make a silk |iuise out ... , .....  •
.        ,    -   n main vein is from three to live teet in 1 jasoary
ot a sows ear. ,,., ,,,.,,.,'
_■  width and it 13 stated to be well-defined     siivi -e, George Hit er and Flunk
Mall Matters. and-tmceabl, uutl.e sm-tnce ft r 3000 Baocbene.
fePt     I lie in Jlrix isiiUJU''.7. imiieraii.: il, ,„,,.,,,,.__
"Here is a sure sign of improvement „-,,, ,,.,,„    ^ and   .,,,.,„,. carl,y|u_ , n*>WM_
in the mail  sirvice to  I'hoenix.   The  ,„,,,, , H;'u,,    A mil: n-,i ul';,.ailll*!    ■■■JANr'U!v l    ^MBB
Midway Advance is published Mmi-i ...,.,. ...       . .,.-..•  I
days, and reaches Phoenix the follow-
A.M)
ing Fridays. This week it reached 11.1..
hereon Thursday. The distance, as
stages travel, is 15 miles. At this rule
of iniproveinenl everything should be
lovely in postal lines in the course if
the next decade or so.
"A letter can now be inai led at Nelson or Hossland and teach Phot
Applications   for  Certificates  of
Improvements.
Nntic.-s  advertised  in   this week's
Aiivam 1; are those of :—
Granite und Banner, Camp McKinney.
'    Dominion, Fairview, A. D. A„ and
with Iron pyrites and galena carrying
imld mill BB   A tniil H uLVaoil* 	
nf tbis ore returned Id lo the     .Tt-nufe, fraction, J liileiest, .lolm J.
ton    besides   concentrates   muuinttmwvUl h,h" L'"">-
lighitl   gold  and   Silv.r. 31)1  IU.      TrcasnieUox, J inieresl,  It. Knight
parallel vein also occurs;   There „re to Jas. Grant.
twn tunnels on  lhe claim   with BOine     Calumet, i micn-si. II,   A. Cauienm j
a» feet of Vertical depth bet.veen them. |t4-Wward TeutiFsaen, I
Thev an- connected   by an  upraise,     M'-faina  and  Uahiinet,  |   interest,
The wnrk done approximates i 000 feet, [ K**«'*ii.dTeiiness en is. 8n*oke,
probably more,   T - i-eiri i-| jancaiiv j"i
, "'nix '"  eight lol' inches in width ,111,1 .j.ii-.-.     Lucky Bull, I inlerest, F, E. Holt id
2llioi.!s.   Hum ,t co „,,,„ Midway,   njgh(?f  „1:||,.,.(,1  VB,UM |ha|| (|]ng0 ,„-   ,.  (.  ,, _
Grand Porks or Green« I. It musl   ,,„. N,„ Sl„.l,    „,. ;,„.,(,„,  .^, -J    s    (in a|(| .^.
have another day lo get  here,    rhisis  (1„1V|,  ,,„ ,-,.,   , fl ,ik„ d    tfa ^  _       ,,,_,„,,  ,,,  „„„
one „f ll. >se stubborn ln-' - thai are s„ be(,n |i,;u.|li.|i m| t(je L|V8t (.h.1|||,i,] jhfl I
aggravating to the average husiness (,ejn ou lh(j lnttcp ta mmvM}y the
man.-Phoenix -Pioneer.' .„.„.„„,„ wteIlsion.of the Nnii Sueh
To the foregoing may del thai   , |endi.,ii!eHnd ,a uesMieingsimilar,
mad  for .Midway and  other   plaC*s „„, thlM  „„„,. si,,,.r Si.„m, t„ ,,,
along this route, frnm all directions ,tt„.ioa ln the Lasl Chance'ow.
excepting between Vernon and Midway, reaching Ur iwood on s.tm-        Mining Records and Revenue.
dayiifternooiis. iinderexi.sMn •.irriingi-      f. was Intended Wreview th
incuts has to lie tliere iiiil.I Tuesday   n,,
mornings,    notwithstanding    that dlsirictas
Cigarettes
-NOVELS -
J. ft. UNSWORTH,
DRUGGIST
MIDWAY - B.C,
KSTAKl.I'-illlJl)   l~-.t.
IMAIN      ND  NURSERY  COMPANY
-   LADNER'S.   -   ERITISH   -   COLUMBIA
"V_* _J  5»_. _,.»X .-» 'i-jn --J.l'X.
Our   SiM'Ci.M.Tii s -Wjiiciif*. Profitable in British Columbia]
1 rees Free from Tests. ^L^
■ tt   IT   ANT)   ORNAMENTAL  TAKES,   PLANTS  AND  VINES
Send f(,r Free C'ltalotrue.        E. Hltcher'son, Manager,
tirim Doggerel.
It is staled on good authority that
is week jai,,ck Hawk, in Camp Kairview.
lie progress generally mule in   ihe     Bullseye, fniotlou, on Kruger moun.
...Istricl us, lennie of ihe greatlyU*hi.
■SnodgrassA: Sons'suige runs hetwi'i u iiicifiiseil activity In mining develon      Dividend   and    Dividend fraction,
(ireenwood    and    Camp    . jcKi„n,.y „„.,„  ,„„ ,„„ „,„,.,, ,„,,.,. tt. ,,„,.„ „ \ »"'<•   Oust   and    Little  Guld   Dust,
A  ,, . ,                ,   ,     ,.••■,..   ,' oieiu, 1.ui 100 0,11111 spin   11,1s aiie.un   Ivitij'.-i- miHintiiin.
v'^n   Mi'Tvh i ,   r    .    r  "I,'K"" '",- A,;'1"" mn ",,w '"■    Meadow Urk, Skylark camp.
ho   « offl red ZZtn        "'"! '       ''""" '" "M - «»K.«.lh.*a.U*>     Bn„thlack   and    Maytlowe'   Camp
the post onice depart 11.  are doing lies ,,f lhe Kellie River Mining Divis* Fairview
aitheyar, iiccnitu-d. oil,,  to ex,,.- ic,n, „,'  „hi,|,   Boundary Creek Is Bl      P,,l,„or,il, Can,,. MeKinnev.
dlte the del; 1 j.ryiif mans under present   „,,,„,„ , s, illt| („.,lllt |w,.,,   Th,     (i()1(, Bllg, Cam,, Kairview.
conditions,      is deiiralile that Ih ■•,- |„, ! J_^I
,,.,.. Maltstijs loiTS.Hare also given fm   he
rei,ueslHl to keep 111 view lie pr ispeol
of tliere l,eiug n daily trail,   nailing tii l"1""^"   of   comparison.      As   these
Midway so,,,, .ind 10 enilea 10, , „,. Bgnre, weiv obtained frri iR.Mhiln'g, the followhlgdog({ere| WM 90mtfihw|
>mMf "to ''■"'"l>l'-'''<l, bettae b.„„l Recmder at .Midway ihey me j,ccm,„e. j ,„, ,|H. iron p|atea ()f a N(ltll, ul.,llonre(,
U, Utke advantage of It when this ]snH  m\lmln,
lile.ins nf eon   iiniiiciitinii shall In. nmi. _\_tt^^^^
nvaihible.   If lhe  requisite .provision  Free ml *' cerllfleates,.,. 700  1
be not nuule ul once there may he sev- do      dil         do   .special   --
eral weeks'delay iu arranging for Hie }}'""'tt i'",-"'["" rewire)*.,.; Wl     701
,   .,                                ...   ,         ,, ( I'll iln nle   1 I woik   leeoids .,12      ,12
daily eunvi yance ol mails Iron, Qreon*  roiivvjiuce and ng neiil
wood and hetwecn   the Midway uiil-  i]h    '.   KB     IIIT
way station  and  post  office,   If thit Cerlifleiilesiiflniprovements   II      57
depftrtuie'iit will pei-uilt the exercise of  ,\l,;' ',",""'"'"     6l     *
.   ',      . ,,„..,     ,        Water Grants     5     If,
it, tin-re !•■ no doubt the British (ol     Permlialn re-locale     !i     —
hia officials have holli common sense
and foresight enough t.> do the little Tl'" '"lilis "f •*" ""■''""" m,'iv"'1 ;U
thai isliecessary Insecure this reason, die Mlilwny ollice we,e for 181)8. $11,-
aldc mull convenience toMidffuy,       |lloflai and for 180D,  $22,1(11.78,  The
C. F. COSTERTON
VniN'ox M.e
ReiralaealEsiiitPtiiFiaaneialAai
Notary public
FAIRVIEW - HOTEL
Commercial and Mining  men should  put  up
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
i!IA8l';G00D ACCOMODATION. EVERYTHING EXCELLENT
Agent   I*ot*i^-
Thk Royal Insurance Cot.
Thr London and Lancahhiiik Fihk
Insuranck Coy.
The   iNsrriANCK Coy. ok   Nohth
Amkhica.
Thk London and Canadian Fike
Insurance Coy.
Tiik Sun Likk Ahhi'iianck Coy or
Canada.
Thk Dominion H.jii.iiino and Loan
Association!
Api'haihbb kor Tim Canada Permanent Loan and Sa vinos Cot
»S   I min: \'¥Jc^ji
—  I    •'The Fusiliers Hint gnunl this  Ivnix, ZM)',tlSi
Ko       Must hold the,,-own witl, might ami! K^
Jx main 1 ; w/®
-_nH_n__-___fl_____n-_____________n_____i__H _,
i	
SEND  TH
T;il:i>uiM)(] jiim i.rul nmko shots t<H I i'tifixl Tl___    k. A Kitfe.
And send all Dutchmen stnCght  t.tt&.   Hie AQVaHCC fi
— ' tt?f$ tt"i&
""Dlssoiution of Partnership,   "i^     To Your Prlends. m
\-stt''..   -.. Pul'scrifillim $a n vtni        'WC-r.
Qeo J. SKeeKart
jrietor
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 Ul''  LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Flirniice-lieutoil and rum fort ubl.v
fiiriii»ln*il   rooms.
FIRST CLASS MEALS   WELL  SERVED.
_——
nlgtiod, under tin; namo ot Kraiii:i« ft illinii ,-   i'.'' :''  '•••'
liololkeopewat Midway, B. C, hoe Uill .', "'       '
bedndlMolved. , .Zi.ttZ;  y,
Diiteil iliisSOtlia»v of December, IWO _____m   —H	
W. I. rilANClS, j W%jtiltt''ttA'ttz I'yZitttr.i'tttt- 'tti-i-ul
WM. A. Ml LN K. U "       -- --' Ymt ■IZjly <•::■■■   g? ■■■'
Zyj'Zr'tt'yttr'ttttrtt.    ...
Vacs. D. Banbury, Proprietor.
>A>V^VV*^VVWVVW*At'W*i
. .'."■■.    . «*»_
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Tbe Midway public school was reopened In-doy after lhe annual midwinter vacation.
Camp McKinney will have the
benefit of the professional services of
br. R. B.  While, of Kairview, for a
Kbile.
I Mr. D. G. Munro, who last innnlh
(bought a lot in Midway, relurned wilh
'bis fnniily last week lo reside in Ihe
XOWD.    .
Mr. J. J. Akitt, who came recently
from Victoria, has joined tb" Green*
woodataff-nf the Bank of British North
America.
A meeting of the LibHr.il i;...i-.*r. h-
livesnf the Boundary l'r .-k di-niil
will be held ai Greenwood in*xt Saturday evening to complete district organization,
Th*1 good wishes and season's gr^i I-
iogs received from the Vancoii>ni
"World" nre eniil ally reciprocated by
Tiik Advanoit,
Mr. K C. B. Frith bas re.eived the
appointment of postmaster at Green-
,, I. Mr.  Kind's other • usniess en-
gagi ."..ns i, .t permitting him to cun-
linni in ai ui 'iiat capacity.
-j. ,., . i . j..- • n . Ml ht xeek.
1 polli i I'.- -...■. *t Midway bul
j, ni i- mon inipot 1.1.it, it made the
eleigtling good, so tbat heavy loads eau
again be mote easily hauled.
Mr. J, J. Viooui, bile of Ka-Jo, is
now at Greenwood assisting sub-collector H. McOiitcheon in carrying out
his arduous dutief in connect iou wilh
Customs matters in that town.
It is stated lhat the name of the
station at Gladstone, on the Columbia
nd Western Railway has lieen
hanged te Coryell and lhat previously
known as Niagara to Fisherman,
Dr. Boyce, of Kelowna, has gone lo
Montreal for a few months, It is
understood thai whilst enst he will
enter upon a special course ot siudy in
connection with Hie practice of his profession. '•
A dance is lo lie held at the Lancashire House next Friday evening.
This will he the Hrst social gathering
at this favorite hotel under the new
management and a good time i.s promised :o nil who attend.
Mr. G. Morgaii, wbo fur some time
resided in Midway, recently wrote lo a
friend now living In the town thai he
would start eai ly in the current month
fnr South Africa, where he wnuld sunn
he in the field with the Briti-h fonts.
The Phoenix "Pioneer" untuiunces the
engagement as public school teacher
at Phoenix ul Miss Minnie B. Smith, of
Foxwarden. Manitoba, in place of Mr
D. J. Matheson, resinned, who was
lately appointed postmaster in that go-
ahead lown.
Messrs, (jequime and  Powers bave
LOOAL   ADVERTISEMENTS.
Completing the Kailway. Real Army. Bred.
On Wednesday last the work of lay- M>n James Shurlock, the sixteen-
Dig'the rails along the short length of year-old trumpeter who Bhot three
unfinished railroad between Anaconda r1"1'1* '" ,1"' i-ancsers" charge at Elands-
and Midway was commenced and by | laag'e, is Isays a "Daily Mail" special)
Saturday evening the tracklayers had i One nf four children -two hoys ind two
reached Boundary Falls. Yesterday H**!8' They are all determined faith*
a gang nf men with a snnw   plough : f"">''" «'rve "lu- Queen—the girls a*, j TO l.KT. the rnttage recently occupied
JOB PRINTING—Get your printing
done at Tiik Ahvanck office, Good
work, reasonable prices.
was at work on the grade right Into I ten*t'h**r* in a military school and the
light, is.   The wholi
thetown.   Unless any nnforseen
eon-
■arte
by Mr. J. It. Jacobi.
month.
Bent $10 per
K. JACOBS.
;tiiigency arise to prevent, the railsIfamily was literally horn in the army.
! shoulij be laid to the Midway terminus The umilier is the daughter of a man
before the end of the week. ' I who served Iwi-nty-iwu years -first InjJUST RECEIVED— Something neat
New Year's Advice.
the llth Hussars mid then  in  the 5th
Lancers,   He died suddenly ten years
ago iii  Canterbury Barracks'.   Many
Probably iii no place has ihe''kieker'  relations of the Shnrlocks are serving
in Invitation Cards and Ball Programmes, at
THE ADVANCE Office
a   ' ell' r
ipialitiii-
fleld  ui dlsplaj
, and iii iiii place i-  he  more
unwelcome, than in a pioneer lown or
country, lleie unity, harmony,
pat ience and every faculty is required
to encourage capital and immigration,
and hei. al-o meagre iransporlaiion
I ii -iliiii- furl ravel md nails and other
uu ihiv-ih.-ik'.s (ncldetilal   to frontier
Pi' n
i . . 11      j i
i,| Ullil.i
nl fo  llfU   .
is he fun d
profes-lou.i:
ill..nl ll ■ "kicker" i gloriom
.. f ii th  display nl his  one
i i "ku ker"  can
.   ,;.  . il 01    t a   small army
l ...Hid, alas! Iiioofletl
., . ■ I, unl  iMiik  of   ibe
l.u-ini'ss men of the
community in which he lives. Are
ynu a kicker? Do you speak a good
word for ynur euiniiiuiniy and your
town, when opportunity offers? A
community or to«n is made up of its
individual members, of which you are
one.
Don't kick, yourself (say something
guml of the place in which ynu live,
and don't keip silent. Don't confess
by your actions you are so foolish as
to live in a place Ibal has no good, or
lhat yon are too "dense" in the upper
slory In find that good. Better fopthc
community in which ynu live io lib'ss
it hy moving on.
Don't le- a "kicker."—Cascade "It. c*
md."
TO LIBERAL- CONSERVATIVES-
A meeting to complete district
organization will he held at Greenwood on Saturday eveniug, 12th
inst.
bis mulisb j their country in different parte of the
Empire, and two si rapping young fellows—cousins of young Jimmy—lately
left England for South Africa.
Canadians on the Maine.
The "Canadian Gazette" snys that
the hospital ship Maine, which is being
dispatched to the seat of war, will he
"American" more than in name only,
lor, while the expenses are heing defrayed by United State.- ladies, twn of
the   most   important     staff  appoint-; ■■■————_——_——_—_—_____
ments:. :• to Canadians.; TO LIVERYMEN-Offers will he re-
The Miners Hot
ue
■1
FAIRVIEW, B.C.
THIS HOTEL offers the best of accommodation
at moderate charges, Only the best brands ci
liquors and cigars kept un hand, A good table
and good beds add much to the comfort of i.s
patrons.
E. A\0RR!S, PROP.
LIQUORS, the best ; meals, excellent;
rooms, warm and comfortable ; attendance coiirleotisand prompt;at
Ihe Lancashire   House,    Midwav.
Try it.
THOS. D. BANBURY
C. P. K.'s Big Traffic Returns.
The traffic returns of the Canadian
Pacific  Kailway for   the   month  of
J November weir as follows: Cross earn*
j ings,   $2,«77,4I*4 ;  working  expenses.
$1,886,188 ;  net profit, $1 ,'282,2*1.   In
November, lKiS, the net profits were
Dr, .'. Alton L Harris, of Montreal.
has been appointed by Mra, Whitlaw
Reid, representing Lady Randolph
Churchill, as ambulance surgeon to
the Maine. Dr, Harris isa well-known
athlete, and a member if the New
York Athletic Cluh. He is a graduate
of Queen's University, Kingston, and
at one time studied atBlshop's College,
Quebec. Tile nursing staff is in charge
uf a Canadian in the person of Miss
Hibbard, who saw active service in
Cuba during the Spanish-American
War.
 r*.	
The ilelbourne Cup.
The latest Australian papers give
full particulars nf the Victoria Racing
club's Spring meeting, the chief race
uf whirl) is the Melnourne Cup. The
meeting was held In November and
this year's winner turned up in M
wee. As lhe Melbourne I'up is the
chief sporting event nf thc year in the
Southern   Hemisphere   the  following
j particulars of it taken from an exchange, .vill probably interest many
| readers :—
This 8-year colt Merriwee must be a
ceived until Feb. 1st prox. for a
lease for one year from April 1st
next of the large Livery Bam al
Midway now rented by Sawyer
Bros. Rent to be paid monthly in
advance,
E. JACOBS.
PUBLIC OFFICES.
glutton for racing, astbe following will
$1^80,50). ,j__J_H)w!   On the Saturday of the ineet-
Fnr the eleven months ended 30th
November, 180H; the figures were as
follows: Cross earnings, $28.2(59,811);
POST 0FFICE-
Mails going west close about 10 a.
in.mi Tuesdays,Thursdays and Saturdays ; going east on Sundays,
Wednesdays and FridayB at about
2 p. in.
P.O. Money Order Oflice.
Edward A Haiti, Postmaster,
CUSTOMS OFFICE -
Office   hours  9 a m   lo  4 p tn ;
Saturdays 0 a oi lo 1 p m.
R, Uardum, Ailing Suh-Cnllectsr.
MINING RECORDER'S OFFICE-
Offiee hours (1 a in lo 12:30 linen,
and 1:80 p in  to 4 p in ; Saturdays
Ua iu to 1 p m.
Win (i McMynn, Recorder fur the
Kellie River Mining Division.
COUNTY COURT OF YALE-
Wni Ward Spinks (Vermin) Judge.
Win (i McMynn (Midway) Registrar and Clerk uf the Peace.
A (i Pi-niliertiin (Ducks) Sheriff.
(1 B Taylor (Greenwood) Deputy
Sheriff
D. L. BARCKLAY'S STAGE
Is Running Between
Midxcay uiid   GveezLWOod,
Leaving Post Office, Midway, daily (Sundays excepted)
at 8 o'clock a. in. and Imperial Hotel, Greenwood, nt
'S o'clock p. m„ carrying
PASSENGERS  AND  EXPRESS.
Parcels delivered in Midway, Greenwood and places en route.
■:• FURNITURE ■:-
"rnrrrrnr
Now is the Time to Furnish Your House.
Receiving new Goods Daily,
LATEST CONSIGNMENTS CONTAINING
SCREENS   -   MIRRORS   -   SHADES
CURTAIN POLES AND FIXTURES
PICTURE AND WAUL MOULDINGS
REFRIGERATORS   etc., just arrived.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
working   expenses;   $15,403,835;  net
profits, Slil,S.5l.lM.
Kor the eleven months ended IKlth
Xnvciniii-i, 1898, there was a net prolit
of $9,196,261.    The  Increase   in  net j
profit*, over lhe same period  Inst   year:
was therefore, for November, $—1,727;
ami irom Jan', l co Muvemher rn. ilieroj
was an increase of.$1,(167,023.
SUPREME t'Ol'KT  COMMISSION*
ing he won   the   Victoria   Derby, fori    ERS—
3-year olds, beating Dewey,  Parthian Win  G  McMynn, Commissioner
for   taking    affidavits      within
British Columbia,
PROVINCIAL POLK'K-
Vi'in G McMvnn (Midway! Chief
and Others.    Hewev was heaten a In
contracted with the  Brill
ih Coll
(' ipper   Company, Ltd ,
tO  s,||,|
lol of luiuhei   to be  used
•■„   till
st rue' ion ol   '■■■■   uniehei
A.iac in I.i.   H liver} «a«
'.',.',.
lasl wei k.
An  In i 1   Q.i
il       li
Was .,: id m itlv kil I'd  li
ihe i
a length and a half. Dislai.ce, mile
.mil ji half. In the Melbourne ('urn
three days later, two miles. Merriwee
is again lir-i, with Dewey third, beaten
aliout two lengths hy tiie winiier.wliile
Vnyou. the Irish 5 vein old, split-, the
two 3-year-olds. How is thai for publir
form .- Hut better yet. on the last day
of the meeting, or four days after the
Cup,   Merriwee runs two races, beaten
track hf «;.-
iqu -
cideiiiai deal
i k hv
.ph..
-.1
.p nlid  li
The Coliiniliia
graph Oompany
auiiouncHd its intention i n.-
ni, •• extend its '..IhuIi i**h lii
('imp M.Iv" ni x. s pre in
t. minus, to Kail ■!".'. ."•- 'u
the Siniilkameen uit i'n. -i
possibly olher poi.'is in .be
ineen ronnlry.
Mr. Ui
Te e
h , vi
lllill
fi-".
No Dominion Elections Vet.
"Le Soleil." wliieh ii reported to be
Sir Wilfiid Lauder's Quebec organ,
snid recently : "We have every reason
■ to helieve, thai (he Federal Government has no Intention of bringing nn
the general election just now. The
iiiin     of   the   present   Parliament
will ti t expire till August, 111)1. or 19 predecessors in the roll of honor heing
mi nths hence, ami tliere is no reason Lnnuro, Bri tto, Chester, Grand Flan-
either of public or party import why a ,.,„., Martini Henry and Newhaven.
dissolution should lake place before ,vhen it is rie..:! i thai Ihese famous
the expiration of the parliamentary !„„,„„ won the Detby, but were beaten
term. Canada is not engaged in any iM the Cup, the magnitude of Merri
diplomatic or, other conflict with the wee<s performances ran be belter
outside  w r'd  that    necessitates an  understood, to wit, Wellington, Dare-
Constable, for Southeast Yale wilh
constables stationed as under
Phoenix, 1) J Darraugh,
(irand Korks, 1 A Diusmore,
Midway, Ken Cunningham,
Oamp McKinney, ('has White .
l'aii view, .1 u Brown,
DISTRICT CORONER-
DrR \VJakes,M D. CM,Coroner
for Ketilu River and (liand Korks
Mining Divisions.
T. TSS.. Gk-tLllegr & Co.
Furniture   :   Undertaking  and  Embalming,
COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B. C.
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$ rrrnrmr I
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Chartered 18C3.
stoel; Life and
Accident Insurance.
a head In  the  first  through a  had
swerve, Parthian (whom he had beaten I REGISTRY OP MARRIAGES—
in the Derby) winning.   In his second        Win (i MeMynn, Registrar,
race lhat day Merriwee, for the third   PUBLIC SCHOOI
time   during   liie   meeting,   defeated
Dewey again   t two miles. Time 3:19$.
In 48 years the Melbourne Cup has
heen won hy the Derby winner of the j
year   o  ly   seven    time;.   Merriwee'*.
uppi
thi
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'  i ihis dis; rici;  pa * d
-  Tbursd  v . .i Ins
He Had    Hen   look-
le   ,| i    lioii   of dailiHgi .*
.• lei-n   *elT.     d   ly   le   •
emptors of laud on the North Fork of
Keitle Itiver following Ibe damming
of the river by the Granby Smeltei
Company,
A change in Ibe times of departure
and arrival of trains lietween (ireenwood and ltosslaiid has been announced. The alteration went into
effect to-day. Trains are now timed
to leave Green wiaid at 1:211 p. in.
and Rossland at 8 a. in. Trains from
Greenwootl reach West Robson at 7:50
p. m. and Uossl.iid nl liijlu p. in.;
those from Rossland arrive at Green,
wood at 1:10 p. m.
An entertainment is to he given in
the Alhambra Theatre, Greenwood, on
Wednesday 31st inst, in aid of the
South African War Relief fund. A
varied and specially all rail ive pro.
gramme is heing arranged, including
a hunt of Cornish wrestling and it boxing match betweed a popular harrisler
of spin ling proclivities and a professional lioxur. The programme will he
.published shortly. Meanwhile much
publicity ia lieing given to the mat let
so as to ensure the large attendance su
wnrlhy au object deseives,
Mra. Dowding left Midway for Trail
on Thursday last, after having uii
Tuesday given up possession of the
Lancashire Hnnse in Mr, Thos, Ban
bury, tn whom she hail sold mn.
Many will miss lhe hearty W.eleoiue
and lhe gond old English dinner for
which lhe Lancashire and its genial
hojitesR, had become well-known;
Quite a large party assembled al the
hotel on Monday night, 1st inst. on
Which occasion regret wns general ill
Mrs. Dowding's leaving nnd goml
wishes for the  fulUH   Were    freely
expressed,
] lary contingent
of Iheiinexpecti
tail-, hul :
■ fisted i-•   '
and f. r.■•■ thai :'
quesfio.  the     1!
. he necessai•
to leiralixe t!
-•tiling a nnli-
••■tii Africa, nnd
fthe people.   It will
ii: i!,r lions.' together
pi hditure, but what
M.jil.l   he   served   hv
bringing on an election now?
 re.	
The Boer Prisoners.
hm, . • niriifi'ldl.  Trident,  The  Aus-
UmIj in Peer, Strathtubre, The AdiuiiJil,
I'ainii dn, Cain gi, Wallace, Atuherite
expense Wiieh it en* am* ,;„.„..
ntiment has iiiani-, The attendance or, Cup day is put
so much unanimity ,(„„.„ ils betvreeu 50,000 and 60,000.
"" ' '' '' '" But   ihere was a  terrific rainstorm
nearly nil ih- '.nvnoon, aud this uiustj
have interfere! with the attendance.
The Melbourne Cup is the most vnlu*
ahle handicap in the world, for it has
3.1**1 sovereigns added, and this year
there were 117 subscribers to It. Herewith are appended tho chief features pf
the Melbourne Cup, viz., the stiiiiin iry
nf the race und the pedigree ol the
winner. During the pasl 39 . M*s
some of the heaviest weights carried
hy  the   winners in   their   respective
A A MrPhail. Teacher.
BOUNDARY ORERK LICENCE
DISTRICT-
E Jacobs (Midway) and T W Odle-
man (Trail), Licence Commissioners.
D .1 Darraugh, Chief Licence Inspector, All Provincial Constables
are Licence Inspectors. Regular
inei'iings of Board on Jun*- 15 and
Der.15: special meetings when ever
called hy Chief Inspector,
NOTARIES PIBLIC-
Knrhes JI Kerhv, Wm O McMynn,
W II Norris', Jas. Sutherland,
R II Bergman, .1 S Hanisiui
|Wes' Bridge).
ISSUES  thr hes
i   coutracls in
Itff insmai'i-e
lhe wm Id. No
disappointment iis to dividends.
Everything guaranteed in ad-
vauce, Preiiiiuin laii-s 15 to 2."i
percent less lhan those of old
line Mutual companies.
ASSRTS, . . .
January is
LIABILITIES,
SURPLUS   .
,ispr,
Tlu* follow ing statement, isMinl hy
the Naval authorities at Cupe Town,
shows how the Boer prisoners are
treated on H. M. S. Penelope:
(1) The prisoners of war are vicinal- years were as follows: 1882, Anher,
ied exactly the same as Her Majesty's li years. 112 His , time 3:17 ; 1800, Car-
Lruops when on board ship. .Mure bine, 6 years, 145lbs., time 3:28j; Car-
could scarcely he expected hy perso s liini i- now in Kngland, and an Aus
captured ns troops, .   tviiti
(2) The    pus '   r
muoke Hi  all boms upon tin    iyi| i   i ■      ml
deck—a privilege wi ich Hit Majesty's an      idenl
officers and seamen du imt enjoy, M. i
(3) The prisoners are required lu slake> of i'i
perforin such cleaning work as is nee- each, 8,000 s
essaty   tu keep   ihe portion of   the and a trophy
The Travellers Cnmhinntioi
under
Death HiMicfli    ....
Lo>s of Sight of Hoih Kyes
Ussof Both Koet or Huh HjiiuIs
Loss of One Hand ami One Kot.t
I'lTiinnent To'nl Ilisabil ty
S20.8S4.53 %
if,
,Q20,J6o.29 Hi
Hi
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,. ,   ' w
irtlituii", conoll tons. >v
i
MOOO       !,-- of Right Hand     .     .       J2.SO0  *
11       '...-- .'1 Leg , ■ \:' Knee  .    :.-""  5
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md. and .11
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p, .1 handicap sweep*
velvigns (aliout $V£i)
■reign, (about 816.0O0J
due 100 sovereigns ad-
Free Miners' Certificate Fees.
The following scale will show the
fees to la- charged for free miners'certificates covering only a portion of the
year : Certificates issued between June
1st and 1 St li, $5 : lietween June lllth
ami July 8th, if 1.75 : between July 7th
and 21th. $4.60 ; lietween July 25th
and August llth, $1.25 : between August 12th and 30th. Sl: between August 31st and .Septemher 18th, &1.75 :
between September 19th and October
7ih. tJ3.iV!: between October 8th and
2(lth, $3 25 : between October 27th and
November llth. *3.h0; between November loth and Deei-niber 2nd. ."-2 75 :
between December 3rd nnd 3Uh. $2.50;
hei ween December 21st and January
7th, $2.261 between January 8th and
25th, $21 hetwecn January SHh and
February 12th, $1.761 between February 13th and March 2nd, $1.50: lietween tfnrcK 3rd nnd 20i h, $125; le-|
tween March 21sl and Vpril 7th. $l.j
1.1.'." 11 April .S h and 25th, 75 rents ;
lietween Ap ril 28th and May 13th, 60
cents : lietween May llth and 31st, 25
cents.
Liniita of    Weekly   tridiMnnity $1,300.
AND. If such injuries are sustained while riding as ,x passenger in
auy passenger conveyance using steam   cable,   or   electricity as a
motive power the amount to l>e paid   shall bcDOUBLE  tlie sum
specified 111 the clause under which the claim is made.
Cost $52 a year  to  Professional  and   Business
Mf.N.AM) COMMERl IAL TRAVELERS.
Other suras at proportionate rates
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THOS. WAKE
FULLS HOTEL...
FROPRIETOR.
The   hotel   is   centrally  locaied and is  a stopping place   fnr   stngi lines,
(iood fishing iu ihe vicinity,   Qood stabling.
A varietj of the choicest brands oi' iiq::ors am! cigjirs at the bar.
SITUATED AT	
BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C.
..—-mra-i—_rc:.—
of Pol lalidtitnp.l — Ktru Weenie, 3
veiirs, li 1 lbs. (\. Turner) 1 i
ship allotted  In them clean.   Thit   is ded, second horse tu receive  .01  sov-
nlways leipiired of senuieii and tumps,   ereigns, mil of the slake.     Two miles.
(4) Tbey are not required Indn any   ||. I'uwer's br. c. .Merriwee, hy Hill
olher work.
(5) They are allowed to supply t.h8i •
selves with any luxuries,(i..re;>t liquor)
which ihey care to purchase, or n-
reive gif's from friends,
(ll) They ar.. allowed lo interview
friends from noon In I' ur p.  in.  daily.,
(7) They are allowed 1.0 correspmid
freely by letter, poli'i. il 11 al J. 1 mill
uiattei reliiiing to the disposition nf
I'lurrs exeeplid. TllHI l.-tli.- .1"
under censorship, consequent!)
(7)  Thi.v   nre   treated   wiih everv
consideration,  and   uud..!    tlie    .1
liberal interpretation of the Inter
national iluii.'S towards prison.-is of
war laid down by the accepted inter
iii'iiouil writers.
To Enjoy Life...
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111 lb-.
penalty (L  K
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ml-: first  mi
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Ite  17
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last sis lurliii
gs, 1 111
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to 2D,
seconds
jlasi half mill
, JKlse,
un
9
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if lllllll
111
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the lirst
mil" nml 11 un titer t
he
rider
ul Miuriwet' could  wit
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keep
the mm
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> wns
1111 iiceiJ
ent in the ran
which
I.I
1 liiiii
three or
fnur lengths.
Live in Midway wIumc (hep. ia
plenty of room f'.tr fi'icMtinn,
li'v-'* yrmind fur nut dti»r «porte,
giuni hinds for tidinti ririvinp
ini'i i y»linLr. and at I hi1 i'i **!• fl-*ii
tnj< in A-'i^un uud 4 HiriH •*'
wml.r.
■ furthor Information upply to
Th  Midway Company, Ltd.
ARMSTRONG HOTEL.
il.  KEYfeS,  Prop,
Hood   Ai roiiiiniidatioii.
I'i-i I,i-.,i.in -j and Cigars.
First -Clas* Stabling
ARMSTRONG  B.C.
Hotel    ;^
Cascade
CASCADE CITY, B. C.
C.H.Thomas, Prop
Kead.uu.rie'.'s for mining; ir.en
visiting
Christina   Lake
district.   Stopping place Tor
stages  on  route from
Marcus to Boundary
Creek  points.
THE„____«-__^^
PIONEER-HOTEL
Greenwood Cit\   Boundary Creek, H. C,
We nave yatl opened the above hutel at Qr&enivood Uity, ai i are |n*epi>red
io welcome gtiesls nml provide (food accomniodationi Good Catering, thot
class Livery Stable,
J W. NELSON    -    -    •      PROPRIETOR THR ADVANCE
MIDWAY ft.ft, JANUARYS,
11)00,
CANADIAN
PACIFIC RY.
SOO PACIFIC LINE.
The "Imperial Limited"
the fastest train between the
ATLANTIC and PACIFIC.
2'35
EASTOOUX'D
Leaves Sicamous.... at
WESTBOUND
Leaves Sicnmous ,...at. ..23:28,
OONNEOriNQ STEAM KB
Leaves Pentloton Tuesdays, Thursdays
.■ind Saturdays at 7 a, m.
Arrives nt Penticton Mondays, Wednesdays imd l*'ridays ai 17:30.
Accelerated service into the
Kootenay Miming Dislrict.
fl I DWAY, B. C.
Beautifully situated at the confluenee of Boundary Creek and Kettle River.
wl
Through tickets to all Eastern
points at lowest rates.
For full Inforinatioii as to lime, rates
i.Uj., also for uopies of Canadian
Pacific Hy,, pu     atiuns apply to
S. L, SMITH.
Agont, Penticton,
or to      E. J. COYLE,
A. G, P. Agent,
Vancouver,
/
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 o£ the  Kettle River and Boundary
Cieek  Districts.
The distributing   point  (ai   Upper   Kettle  River,  West   Fork   and Camp  McKinney
'inning camps.
The  nearest Railway town to   Republic,   Meyers   Creek,   Palmer  Mountain  and   other
Northern  Washington mining camps.
I he   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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~ i UKVD Fi)lt MAPS, PRICKS A.VD KUU. HAI'TICUI-ARS TO  :-
J. F, PIOGOTT, Manager,
Ldo^S? THE MIDWAY CO, Ltd.
E. JACOBS,
Agent I'm- llrilisli Columbia,
Midway, B. 0
NOTICE.
NOTICK is hereby nivel) Ihut thirty il.ivs
ufliT ilnli" I liui'ii'i In upiilv in the Chief
ComniiriHlonoi* of Unds mil Works. I'm   per-
lllii-Jiull Id   pill'i'lm.so  .'t.i   lll'I'CS (if  1-lllli  IIS fill-
loiva-comitionoinK i)f n posl planted on the
loft bank of tlio Similkameen Itlvor ut the S.
W, I'lH'iior nf liiiiijiu llOHOrvu No. '1 n (Clnirhti-
wiyhiil. thi'iii'ii .Siiriii In rli.iins, thonco Sl
chains wo.il. mjiro or loss to tlio Similkameen
Hivi'r itiuiii'i. down tlie Etiintlktimcen Klvor to
tin. point of cotninonconiont mul colt ttiiiiin_ 320
iicrcK moro ui' less,
Ttiosiiil land bolnj required fora nuiKO mul
agrloultuml purposoH,
KU \NK II.WI.KY.
liiituil tbis ninth day nf Viv r, uu
Mineral Act 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
R088LANO,
GREENWOOD.
MINERAL ACT 139G.
Certiflciite  of   1 nprovements.
BfOTIO.."!
Ott \NITK AND li.l.VNKH  MlNKIIAI, CLAIMS,
Situate in the Osovojji M. itnff Division ot j
Vale OlstHct. Where iocnieJ:-In Camp
MoKlnnoy,
TAKE    N'll'i'il'K Ilml l.li.   li. I'lll'kilisnli ds
ngoui fnr  tlie Dump M
NOTIOB.
DOM1NIOK,    K-UKVIKW,  A.   I).   A, AXD ItLMJIC
llAII'K MlXEUAl, CLAIMS,
Sltuato in the Osoyoos Mining Division ot
Yale District Where locatod : in Camp
Fairview.
T-AICIC NOTIOK Ilml I, Chaa, ilnll. Oreen. |
I its agonl for tho iiiuiiiniim Consolidated
Minos, Limited.fi-i'i' mlnor'scortlfloatoNo, ti'iiljij.'
inleiid. sixty days frntn tho date horoof, tu
apply in tin- Mining lli-i'.irilur fnr a Oortlfleato
ui Linproroinouta, for lho purpose of obtaining
ii Orown Ornnt uf the abovo claims.
An.I further lake notice that action uniler
soulion 37iousI booouiuionood boforo the issu*
iiiiui. uf such Cortiflcato of Improvoinonts.
Iluleil Ihis '.Xllli day of October. I8U0.
 ('HAS. DEU.GREEN.
i* .-ii mmmm_-—■—i
THE BEflLEV INVESTMENT UNO tR"<;t
no
LIMITED LIABILITY
Mineral Act, 1896.
Certificate  of Improvements.
Votice.
Bt'I.LSICVE FRACTION MlXEKAI. CLAIM.
Situate In Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale
District. Where Located:-On Kruger
Mountain.
TAKE NOTICE thai I.CIins.doBlolsGroon,
asagonl for John C. Fisher, froo miner's
IIIH..V Min
l.iiuiii'il. of Cimp M.Kijiiu.,.   froo  miner's
oortlfleato No. 10770 i.lutond, sixty days from
Uio dato heroof, to npply to lho .Mining liocor-  eortillcnlo N'n. 18728a, Qenrgc A. Engel  fro.
dor for n eorjlflou I liniiruvomonta, for tbo minor's cortiflontn No. 18727.), aud fur'Win. F
purpiio uf oblaining a I'mmi grant uf thej Kollor, tree minors oorlilleato N'u.ii.'.r.'S. intend
abovenlalnw, "Ixljr days from lho date   horoof, toapply
And furlliur uku nntli-i* Hint jiciinn, under I ln   'he MiiiiiiK Recorder for  n
section 37. 11111*1 b immoncod  boforo tho I 'raprovomeuts, for lho  purpose oroDuumng
Isauaiico uf jh. i 'ilfli nii'uj improvomonts      a Crown gronl ,,f thc abovoolalm.
liulcd thin 17th duy uf Air-usi. 1808. «H™«"£l_ffi ""'i'''' "",", 5cMo"i'i "!"'CT
,,  ,, ,..,.,-,.- „.        notion .17, mu*! li.'1'uin ni'i'il before 'licwmi
 C- II-1 AltKINHON.     onoo of stfoh oortlfleato of improvomonts.
- L [ Dated Ibis HOtli dayt f October, 181J0.
( HAS  lull. OREEN,
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
Fire Insurance a Specialty.   arab™^«yT£GER
JI.NERALACT 1896.
Oertiflcnte   of  Improvement*!.
NOTIOB.
North jStiii Minkiiai. Claim.
unto   in  the   OtOjroOl Mining Division
v,:;o   Districl.    Where  Located: Camp
..Ici.inney.
FAKE NOTICE Hint I. Ohas. DoBlols Oroen
nmigi'iit for Wm. Edwards, frw. inlnor'«
cer tilled w No. BW10, Intoud, «ixty days
from tin'diile biTi'iif, to npply lo tin, M n;iig
■tot-order fur u Certificate of Improvement*) fur
lhe purpose oi obtaining u Crown Urunt nf the
abovo i-laiiii.
And furllici  lake nullce thai nrlli iiiiIit
seotlon (17.  ilium  bu roiiinirncctl  before   lhe
lssuanoe of such ivriillcate of Improromonls
Ila l.llliis 88th day nf Sept., A. II. 1K9!I
 CHAM. 1>kH. OllEEN.
Bob Hall's Stage Line
(Carrying Her Majesty's Mails)
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
Notloo
The Bootduok ami Mavkuiweii  Minkkai.
('I.I IMS.
Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division or
In
I I  I i IK  HI ADS
H I       I FAI is
Mi   I     i !■' \ 11-*
I fil'KS
^ I v| f- NTS
I'O if! Ks
Rl .Ji m  >S CARDS
$W   CALLING CARDS
# |   BLANK FORMS
f& #. of anv kind,
fe f
$fa     BILL OF SALE
&L& I'n ir , It. Mineral Claims
jjgl      SURVEYORS'
#fUHI .uit forms f.r Field
#w   Notes, etc., etc
???
V8Q
W9
A Trial Order Solicited.
m
fjljjfl}   AriOBKM :	
|;|j    TKe /\dv>ar\ce,
$M MIDWAY, B.C
mm
§% m#/®$ty |3«fi %fix@$
R. H. PARKINSON.
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Pentcton   on M on     !"* dJs,tri"-   w'""c '"caled:
l \\-    x i xl- i ii Camp Falrv'ei.-. ,
clays, Wednesdays and   Saturdays.      Eaeeengere t.-> -pAKKNoncir \. %..,„,,.,.,
and from  Fairview, Osoyoos and Oroville,   Wash., Cuv,""ttt'''
delivered   in    quick    time,    and     bv   comfortable upnij u?i'_ \i„
conveyance. ' ^lAA.z'i.ii'.'tttttt.. ".'■. ^nv.
Provincial Clin ' Stirvpynr.
Aroh '
Civ;
in,  in upp.y      ,
corMBcate ot Livery, Feed a
ofSbtalnlng "
Sa e Stab es .
NOTICE,
■T"IIK British Colunibln Southom  Hallway
'niniitny will upply to il:"- ['nrllnmunl of
fuiuuU in ii • next Scafilun fur nn Act author
t/iiiir ihe i 'oinpnnj tocomploto al uny tfaio ho«
foi'G iln*en.I di ihey tar 1901, in wtwi.ru noctlon
oa dofiorth-ti In tho Act of the Mid ParllAineni
[BtHJl Victoria, Chapter 30} nml a branch line
fr-'Mi ;t |i .ni nn lu* main line il or near tho
fork* of Mlchol I'rook thonoohj way of Michel
('reck lu Marlon Cruuk. and forocherporposes,'   ,
ilynntrriif rfc-'H-inl. ' Situate In
II. i AMPHffiuh OSWALD,   ;     }a ;   I
Secretary.   '      "i ECini
Montreal, 17thNovember,ISffl. ' -(- \K;
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certiiicate  of   Improvements
W o - i o __>
A{ Penticton, B. C.
R. S. HALL. Proo.
uf linpi-in .-ui. nl.-.. ;,,  in,
n i Tiiiviillrnii' uf j!,|.   '..., ,-iivii,,,
Awl liiiii take noi ji  ilml r- lion  under
motion .1,. must in- oot meed  lu'furc tbo
iwuancoofmicli Corlllicnioof Iinpnnoments,
Dated Uii.- 14th daj of Novooiber, imw.
JT. In-   ti'.rt. tt] 'ial,
Keul Estate,
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Mineral Claim,
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Certificate   of   Improvement**.
mrOTiOB.
(llll.D pUBT ANII I.riTI.K lllll.ll IIIvr .'.IlNIJIUI.
Cl.JIV.-J.
MINERAL ACT. 1896.
Certlflcate   of hnprovements. Cert,ncl,t«   of^Improvementg.
woTioja
ironoxi.
'',''. """■               Situate in th" Oioyoos Mining Division of Joining the Skjlurk n.inerul elnlm.
bovois Mining Division of!      Yule Dlstriot.   Where looted :  Kruger TAKE .SOTll K thnl I.  .S'.-Nuii Joiwph U
.   V. hero  looated I Cump       Mountain. I    Plnnt, fi omiliar portiflCHleNo. niiiill, fur
,.   ,                                      TAKK NOTICE tbat I   Chan" doHlntiiGreen "'(*"""
I-. Ilia    . K. I. |. "i:ii. ,,„           -..,   .,.,■, -.j  ;.-,.. i •■     *.:.., 5"i
An Ideal Hesidenee Town.
Tiik Mkaikw I.ai.ic Miviihi. rui.M.      ■ r)'vinK'*'n anii Diviukn*) Knirrriiix Mixtnn
Situr.to in t')u Keltic Kiver Mining Dlvlsinnof' ('i.ii)ih
me  Dlstriot.   Whore l..rated:- In Sky-1 Situate In thc Osevoos   Mining Division or
lark minp, ly,„B southerly of aud J.       ynle Dlstric[.  Where Sd , On Rru!
gor Hounlaln.
-TAKK NO'IK'K  Ilml I.Cl„i,.,|,.p|,i«,;,,.,,„ I
I     ni'ling us   wai  fnr 11.    \    Hoiirrinn '
fri'e iiiiiiiTMii'i'illii-iiii   \u. ii nt i.   |   .,.',,
win  fri'i' miner's   Mirtlflcele Nn   i,'-,;i*   ,„ ,i
John n,    KjHhrr.   ft-oo   „,i„PrB   ,.,.r'ni,.. '
Irisurarice and
Mining Agent.
M**'(ITAHV     IT,  I,H   at*
m
S nil vli'w Townnfte -\k»'ii(.
 m	
. . . ADtlltKfW . . .
K. H. PAKRI   SOX,
rAtRVIKW, «. I'.
< 'orri>n|minli.in'|.
ili.-il.
It   I.,  liuilir. fro
i.ii- ,iu Ko. i.ii'ii.v. James McNiool,
"iJiii.iiii'Nii. l!i.'.;.iA, nml U'llliniii
M.'.lii.M. free miner oerlffici
Buy a rp^idenc? site whflst
there is plenty cf choice. Pure
air and water beauiiful scenic!
surroundtrgsi skilled, resident
physician, excellent school-- u.*t
the place for families.  Try it.
For Prices and Terms
Apply to
THE MIDWAY CO   LTD,
-''I'tttt- rty.
mder      iudfurlbor
■ 11. PARKIN'SO.N 1'.
,. S,
U- OREEK.   )
liiuiiiiiii  ii,-. i,i.,i. rrco miner iviiilii-j.ie No.   v*i    irtx   i    ;„i     ' .   '",'"   oonittv	
lilMl, nh'tiV. slxli' dan from Ihe dalo h ,,t     ,      , " /   ll,h'mi.   si"ty   daw   frora    llir
c-.I........•,..\if.„iIS.™,, •!!■ i!' i :i•/»"■ .'7:;Z;!V''',]?«• ""■ nfflw iSJs
■ ■•'■   : Iiniiroicnientu, lor llio purposo of ,,,,■[[„ ,',. l,",,-"."'"rl, i,"l«'"vi'iiu.iit«. !,„ u„  „„r.
Wlnli : ui.'* ant nf tho above olalm. Balms obt"ll,i"B tt Crown 0mn*n' Uw above
a ^^'^r^  ' i,iuy one on easy terniSian<
n.,..,un ...,M..i i. u plan r I CHAa „Kn ti|(KKN. „nmke th den ,a       -.
JOY'S DOMAIN.
Wutiiii's thou thy huiiKii nml ii. rei prise
.Ami widen pleasures marge I
1,'u build Ihv full uf nny slso,
llir iniiijc thy Kiirtluii iiirgu.
Ihe Midway Cprripari) still
icts.
d
kanc Fails
..& Worthern,
Nelson & Fort Slieppard,
- - AND - -
Red Mountain Railways.
- MIDWAY-
iverside Addition.
The  only all-rail route, with
out change of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland       /X
and Nelson. . .
DAILY TRAINS.
flOINO VUllTn. GOING SOUTH
>J?l41 ll. in    MAIMTB I2illn.in.
Truiii l.'.Tvitjp; Muri'iis III 12:41 ft, in,
tiiiiki". (.'(ism connections at Spokiino
Willi I niiiis fnr nil
Paelflo Coast Points.
rinse ciiiiitccliiins nt Nflsnti wild
sliiiiiili'iiils fnr KiinId nnd all Kiinli'iiiiy
IiJilic paints,
l'ii*\'!"tii:i.|s for Ktil tic* Hiver mid
Hun iijjii'y Ornpk ctinni'cl itl Marcus
with atufrr daily,
ztz. A.. JAOSsour,
G. P, &T. A
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 50x 125 FEET.
For terms and ail other informatio n apply to
W. H. NORRIS,        or        A. MEGRAW,
Midway, a C Camp McKinney, B.C.
W. H. WEBB,
*___ Practical
_j_*
WAGON MD CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
£9' CARRIAGE   PAINTING  A
SPECIALTY.
LEE CHUNG
LAUNDRY
MIDWAY, B. C.
WASHINGS  CALLED  FOB AND
DELIVERED.
Px-lona VAotAmwewxtu*.
•taaastmms'toimmmi»iai'»fimsim
nauawnmui imtx
_k_M___l

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