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No. 9.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JULY  3.   1899.
$2.00 per Year.
run, Solicitor, Etc,
Midway, B. C.
hey,
Icter and Solicitor,
OltANI) KOHKH, 11. C,
tN MEYER,
Mining Hkokeh,
Notary Puhlic, Etc.
s„ Vkunon, 11.0.
...Copper and Gold...
The Similkameen district is noted for
its ledges of Copper-Gold ores.
M. KERBY, P.L.S.,
A.M.I S.C.K.,
CER ANO SURVEYOR
ic. Midway, B.C.
JHOLSON,
—i Notary Puhlic,
ESTATE,
\ FINANCIAL AUENT
and MINING BROKER.
JKINNEY, B.C.
Quality and Price.
While W. T. Shatford & Co. arc noted for thc quality and
price of the goods sold by them. PROSPECTORS and
MINERS operating in the Similkameen and surrounding
mining cairps, would do well to outfit at one of our stores,
where everything is kept that is needed in the mining business,
Instead of buying outside, buy right at home, and so save
money, and this more particularly refers to prospectors going
into the district above referred to.
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VERNON.   FAIRVIEW,  OAMP  McKINNEY   and  SLOCAN1 CITY.
KETTLE RIVIiR MINING DIVISION,  orders were given to carry the powder
  up to the railway truck.   While this
Records   for   thc    Week     Ending was in progress, It was seen Ilml. it
June afith, 1899. j (.-..nid not lie suved, and I He mon fled to
mixkhai. MicvnoXH. j t.l.c siil'i-ty of I he funnel.   Tin- powder
•h'xkI!'- I magaziue flrst hlew up, followed I.y it
Bunker Hill,, Oanydn creek, W. W,
While.
Bonanza, Canyon creok,W,.W. White
,iuxk2I,
Illi.ek Mail, Long Lake oamp, it. i
Mahon,
Vancouver, West Copper catnp, 10,
('lifts.
P, A, I'., Ki.ni.ei'ly camp, L, B
I'e.-.i'se, I), Beath and J, Holmes,
Elf, \V„ Kiinliei'lv camp, L.B.Pearai
I). Beath and J, Holmes.
second explosion of lhe ei.plosives cur*
pied to the track,
Tho explosion demolished the magazine, hlew the roof from several oahins
and torn the side from the engine
house, 11 slmrl distance away. It also
twisted the rails .... the truck. In
Brooklyn, four miles away, the few
people led thought ll.e lown had been
I visited hy an earthquake, although it
Chilliwack, Grahams oamp, II..I..I1.1- w,,gno| felt or heard al the other end
nf ll.e tin.nel,    ll   i
pod Assay 01
, C. Luckenbel, Prop.
\&r  aqd   Analytical
Chemist.
OpertidH Kx tniiuixl and Roportort nn.
B. Hiekants & Co.
MIDWAV, B.C.
|STATE AND FINANCIAL
AGENTS.
IINING BROKERS*
THE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
Fii*st Class Accommodation,   Good Stabling.  Tei minus of Stage Line
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors.
Practical House ami Carriage
PAINTING
ii
ilFE AND AGCIDENT INSURANCE PaPer "anging, Graining and Sign Painting. Also Kalsomining
and e_ VM »s of decorative Work executed by
t. r. khK m m k |yja_^ j ^ Midway and Greenwood City.
& KETCHUM
H ESTATE
AN1>
MINING BROKERS
ng Properties   Examined  and
Reported ou.
JRKBNVVOOn :  : B. C.
IN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C.A.
Civil Engineer,
)VINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
•tion Projects, Engineering and Survey
. k, with Plans and Estimates In any
tion of the Province Immediately At-
I to.
•nd PUns of Any Portion of Osoyoos
(strict and Mining Camps of Kottle River
Inlng Division.
son.
Glenwond, James crock, ,1. T Erwin,
Cliff Hi.use, James crock, ,1.T. Erwin.
. 1 •.<!•: 22.
Great Eastern, Canyon Creek, N. E.
Paterson.
Raymond, Canyon    neck,   A.   F, j
Thnn.,as.
Gold Kock, Canyon  Creek, A.  F
Thomas,
JUNE 23,
While  Hi.ise,   Central   cainp, ,1
Campbell.
Pine Grove, Deer creek, 10   Collier.
Yellow Stone, Beaver   creek,    K.
Collier.
White lii.se, Skylark camp, W. F.
Pine.
Brandon fractional,, teen WOod cam p.
.1 Marshall.     *
Maggie, fractional, Green wood camp,
T. A. Blair.
City of Koine.Central camp.C.Gidon.
.Minnie, Meyers creek, S. (i. Stooke.
JUNK 21.
Kn.n.a. fractional, James creek. W.
.1. i-ortlii•)-,
Golden  Eagle, James creek, S. G.
Stooke.
Rose, Meyers creek, W. S. Keith.
Grey Eagle,   Central camp, F. C,
Woods.
Sadie, Central camp, E. M. Corbus.
Climax, Central camp, 10. M. Corbus.
Liltle (Ins,   Contral camp,  II.  I!, j
I'll.minor.
Silver Tip, Tripple Lake camp. G. D, |
Cliuningha.il and VV, E. .McBoyle.
.ll'NKL'ti.
Magnolia, Copper creek. W. Farney
Lottie P., Copper creek. .1. .I.i-'oi-nov. !
^Oopper King, Deer ot-eek, L, John- Luccwsm„j- ^Med oul near Loomis.
Yucon. fraction, L.ing Lake eamp, F.i1''11-  Wash'.,. U.S.. A,, a lew miles to
W. Groves. the south of Fairview aud ncrnss the
Bon Ton  Doer croeli. E. Collier.        i International huiiiularv line.   This is
Jr.... King, West Copper camp, VV,   ..,    fl(* j f '    ,  „,        ,
nolleo
The Riverside Hotel,
Is situated at Rock Creo1;, II.(:,,  on   the  main route  of   travel
between Penticton and allBo un    .('rook points.   Stopping
place for stages,
Good Fishing -:- Good Hunting* -:- Bestof Accommodation.
Ei. Larsen,   Manager-.
5_S_fB^__5Sfi.i£;*'
most fortunate
thai no more serious damage was done,
 re a	
The Cavalry Charge.
"Tmt ! Gallop! Chargel" be yelled.
Fonvtud lb y 1 apt;
Willi ever-gathering might, to crush
that wall of steel,
O'er fallen horse ami dying nien ;
Onward they swept.'
The gnus on the height above
Screamed in iheir wrath—
Bucked in their gunners' I..a.ids, striving to burst Iheir bonds,
Hurled death and hell hefore,
('leaving Iheir path,
Next, with a swelling roar,
Small arms l.elobeu smoke,
Barking like angry dugs, felling Ihe
foe 'ike logs.
Many mon slept, tbat day,
Nor one awoke.
Nearer Ibo horsemen surge.
Now reach the slope,
Foi ward Ihey dash, so free-man to
mail, knee tokuee—
Ono lil'l wilh bridle arm,
One mighty whoop.
Then Death himself comes down,
Smiles on the fray.
One dread, sunk-phi ling crash- Death
can afford to king:.!
Folds his wings over all,
Ben.*, them away,
 1* c . .
On Palmer Mountain.
A stupendous unde.rh-ikirig is being
sl'nllv
»»».»a»»9s»a»i>ai*i*.
JHPAtT PAILS. MIDWAY and VEBNON.
.0UM8.M.A. H.A.OL-BSS.M. A.
GUESS BROS.
lemists and Assayers
fcoroughly familiar with Falrvlow ami
liiiilary Creek Mlnoral Properties. Proper*
i Kxamlnod. A_ay« aud Analji-oti of Ore*.
|Ms, Etc
ORERNWOOn, 11. c.
R. M._Mcl:ntlr<-.
ef^*>
leDonnell & MeEntire
Mines and
-:- Real Estate.
reenwood and Camp McKinney.
t J. SCOVIL,
MINING BROKER,
REAL ESTATE,
INSURANCE ANI)
GENERAL AGENT,
STRACTS OF TITLE PDRHISHEIlON AP
PLICATION.
Correspondence Solicited.
lidway and Greenwood, B. C.
- Midway Meat flarket ■= |
K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor.
At this establishment customers canget choicest cuts or'
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL.
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Snowllake.   ( enlr.il  camp,   W.  E.
Medill.
Hi.Hi, Canyon crock. A, Wadiloll.
Esther. Cedar creek, il. I). Barnes.
Phoenix, Coii.n '.oik. E Sullivan;
OBHTiFlCATKS OF WORK.
JBNK zi.
Massitcbussetts, A. E. Ashcroft.
Silver Dollar, li. Newman et al.
Irisli Boy, T. Wake.
J"NL 12.
Roskey, N.E Peterson and S.Larsen
King, P. A.  Lindner,  and   W.  Q
MoMynn.
Coin. .1. Peterson etal.
JTJNB2S,
Rin Ka Kee, St, Olair lhkster,
Brandon, .1. Marshall.
Ethiopia,   British   Columbia   Gold-1
(ields Invoj.l.tienI Company,
Timer, fractional, ,1, li. McArthu.
I miles  long tlirough  or    raiher into
| what is known as Palmer mountain.
' This is heing done hy a powerful syndicate which bought up very many
mineral claims on lho mountain, and
j which desired a  ready   i.leans  of developing    their   ninneroiis   holdings.
Prior to a few days ago eleven ledges
liad been cut since Ihe tunnel started,
and mm when the end of the tunnel
had leached :i vortical depth from the
surface of Hourly 10!l<l feet the twelfth
vein   has been encountered and although the tunnel has penetrated it
some twenty feet,  yet bas not the
hanging wall been encountered.   The
ore is said to be of a concentrating
character, and yet is somewhat free
iuier, fractional
Joe Dandy, A.,Ferguson, (its agent i. I milling as in the ore in the face of the
Hut-cures, _. L.Tate, ' tunnel visible gold could readily he dis-
Gohlon Hole. A. Wenrick and S. G. j tinguisbed-   Although as above staled
i dozen veins have  boon  cut   by the
.   . Bc.tvlfrcrn.tor oa tiiopi-jajniaeti   -   .
'    Therefore Meats aro always fresh and sweet    Call ami got a good joint S
j! for dii.net* to-day, ,       &
USE O.K. FLOUR:
c___ The Best Flour in Canada.
Winner of 1st prize at New Westminster
exhibition AGAINST ALL COMERS.
Stooke
MaggieS., D. Bryant etal.
.ItJNBli
Mountain View, W, G..McMynn.
Yukjin. H. McLean.
Victoria, I). McLean.
Little Dalles,,!. McAllister.
May,,). McAllister.
JUNB 20.
Green .Mountain, \V. .1. Hurley.
While lio. so, ,1. II Singer etal.
Efarquahala, U. Riter.
Paramatta, G. Riter,
Pearl, J. -.Vheatcroft et al,
Gold, n Fleece, i\ M, Groves.
c.iieiionia. 10. Sullivan,
Hunter, O. Mellon.
Magnolia, 10. .Sullivan.
Voung George, A. I'oggi.
Queen Hess, VV. G. McMynn et
tunnel the largest vein*- showing on
the property ou the surface are still to
be penetrated, and therefore .vhal will
he disclosed iu the next HXK) feet or so
itis hard to determine, and what Ihe
asset-, of the Calmer Mountain Gold
Milling and Tunnel Company will
Irepresent by the time the IminoHs
carried one or  iwo   miles iuto the
| inoiinl.'iin, is useless to conjecture.   It
is one of the biggest mining undertakings iu the north wesi and so far
, has boon pheiioiiin.-illy successful.
Market for Holybdenlte.
The Toronto Telegram says it loiter
pool are how anxious to obtain regit*
| lar supplies iif the mineral from Canada, as they are manufacturing a new
Certified by analysts to be absolutely pure, a
perfect Hour, and strongly recommended for use
by all, a.s superior to any (lour in the British Columbia market. Our Hour i.s heralded by every
from Penticton to Grand Forks.    Insist on
dealer
BoKon. fractional, 1. II. Halloa. ,, ,      ..
Missing Link No. 2. <i H.N.-uk-n etal.; was reoentlj received ill  tbe Ontario
TBA.N8FKRS, J Unreal, of Mines from   Mr. Harrison
JOl-TB 22. j Watson, curator of the Canadian see-
Maze, J interest, J, O. lleilov toG.M. : li"" ;l1 l,u' lniI"'linl •"-'■•ituU., intfnmt*
Bennet. I i-..g that a gpod uiarkel lias opened np
JONSP_. 'in lO.u.'l.'imlforliiolyhile.lite.   Mr.Wat-
Ontario, J interest, J, 11. McDonald | sun writes that a large firm in Liver-
to G. I). Leyson.
,l UN R 20.
Caledonia, all inter st,0. Mellon folO
Sullivan and Ai Wnrdell. ,   ,      ,. , ,
Queen Doss. 1 interest, A. C, McKen-:i""1'1''- vvhi,'!l 1,1,s PP0"™ :l eonsuinp-
aieet al to D. '{. Campbell. tion for molylidoniti'.  and  say  that
.iunk^I. j Ihey could lake any reasonable qnan-
Woi.ilsiuok. ' interest, .1. McAllister : lily, providing it, N -rood and free from
tO .1. Sterrott, I silica and gangue. Canadian samples
received there have boon pretty satisfactory,
A Terrible Explosion. A number of deposits of molyhenite
Last Mondu.v the powder magjziiie ;"'<' know" '" ",rl"' '" ,l"' easlel'n
at tho long tunnel, near Brooklyn on ! ',;"',s "f ,,he lm,vi'»*e of Ontario, and it
the Ooiumbia and Western railway, Iis moro than likely British Onlunibia
Frederick S., all interest, J, 0.Bailey
loG. L.'i'al'l.
 ► ta	
exploded, but fortunately no mo ww
receiving 0. K. Hour and you will get the best.
$ OKANAGAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
  - -
A ARMSTRONG, B. C
ft^J»^VV^,!^^.'^*^''^*^*<*^',l****k!^1'^1
could furnish some, if attention was
i hurt    There were about, 100 boxes of  I'*'1''1 ""' 'H'cstion of determining the
'giant, powder on hand and some 3X1 <|U.'d;ties of souio of Ilie metals which
,        ,       ,.   i ,    i , , , ,      -1 III    tunes    pu/,7.le    Ibe    prospeelors.
barrels of black powder, which of h-joIyl*a<_lti- in ore resembles galena
course all went off, about live and a ' very much, therefore il is quite pos-
hall'ions in all. albleil has often   heen   mistaken   for
It appears that (here was a  brush ,lll\t n,fltttl'')' <■»- iininlt.latcd.;tjIf any
,. . ,. , .,       ,      i botlV of sueli ore exists in  Hritish Co
lor running, wmch waa goit.ng dan lmn'bla nodoubtagood jricocould he
gcrously near the powder house, iimi Obtained for 11 in the w w market.
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AT HAIN * CO.
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BUILDER.       j
Midway. B. C.
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Bob Hall's Stage Line
GOOD S7ABLIIG
Earning Her Majesv's .Mail* \
r*i-esAe steamer Ab£T_e__ at Prank-ron on M'twi
iaifs. ' \'rr.lnes_av5 anJ SacanJays. Passengers to
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delivered in q_dtk line, and be ooe_orahle
oovc. vaeoe.
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Keep your eye on
BEAVERTON,
Tie acknowledged eentre of tie pat
-?j| WEST FOI mUfi BELT.
Lots wiil soon lie on tie market. - Easy payments.
ftr fid p-ftintars t^\ u ....
W. T. THOMPSON,
Agent, Midway.
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LrKbt-JNWOOD
CITY**-
«_■__«_■__■■■■■■■■■■■
Is tbe Central Town uml Supply Point of the Boundary
Creek Mining Camps. From this New Town roads
lead to the
Greenwood. Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake.
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lots are Selling Freely and are a Good Investment.
For Price of Lots and Other
Or Apply lo AgenU,
uoramiRsioner Ogilvie In referring tp |
Yoiikon prospects, recently made the
following statement a .riling to the
Klonkyke pi-ess: "I have reported a
great faith in the country, and stated
the facts upon which I base my faith,
and that faith I still have. As a matter of fact I have asserted, not only as
the result of my own observations, but
those of men upon whom I can rely,
tlmt Bonanza, from sixty below to
sixty ahove, will he gootl for $30,000,000,
that Eldorado will produce the same
sum, ami ihnt the whole district in the
vicinity of Dawson will prohahly yield
$1(10,01)0,000.
 rt.———
The Crown Point.
Messrs. John Douglas and James
Atwood are putting a force of men to
work on their claim" the Crown Point,
the "No. 2" and "No. 3" all in Crown
Point camp. Principally, attention
will Ik- directed to the Crown Point
claim upon which n consideralile
amount ui* work has already been done,
a shaft heing now down on the property some 50 feet. This shaft will la;
deepened and then a crosscut drift
to cut the vein will lie run from it.
The vein as shown on the surface is
several feet wide, and carries a solid
galena ore, which contains a high percentage of silver. It also carries a
small (H.rcentage of cupper and some
gold value, and is altogether a fine
shipping proposition as soon as the
railway which will lit* huilt to within
easy reach of the claim, approaches it.
r/UKVliiW - HQTE
Commercial and Mining men should
at the fairview Hotel when in
GOOD ACCOMODATION, EVERffHlNG EXCELLEx/
Qeo J. Sh.eKar*      •      -      -    fro^
Put,
camp.
THOS.
FALLS HOTEL..
.PROPR
The  hotel  is centrally located and is a stopping place  for **,
I rood fishing in the vicinity.   Good stabling.
A variety of the choicest brands of liquors and cigars m -;i-
SITUATED AT BOUNDARY FALLS, 8,1
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The Travellers Insoranee Co.
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.... Of Hartford. Conn.
rrnmnnnr
Hotel
Cascade
CASCADE CITY, B. C.
Chartered 1863.
Stock Life and
Accident Insurance.
ISSL'KS the liest life insurance
' r, in Intel s in the world. No
disappointment as to dividends.
Everything guaranteed in ad-
v-itirt-. Premium rales 15 lo 2o
percent less than those .of old
line Mutual companies.
ASSETS	
January ist, 1897,
$20,884.53
LIABILITIES, .. 17.9j20.260.29
SURPLUS   .... 2,976,424.36
The Travellers Combination Accident Policy guarantees foraccidenta!
uuder ordinary conditions.
Death Burnett     ....
$a an
J/ws of RiKht Hand     .     .
•asfti
lio* at Sight of Both. Kyes     .
0
Loss of Uit at or above Knee
2.3«>
Loss uf Huth Feet or Bulh Hands
3,005
Loss of Left Hund      .    .
I'M.
Loi» of One Hand and One Koot
J.IMI
Loss of Either Koot
•1,0)
Permanent Total Dfc-abil ty
2.5110
Loss uf sight of One lye  .
.650
L iniit80 fWeek  ly  Iriderqrjity $1,300.
AND, If such injuries are sustained while riding aa a passenger in
any passenger conveyance using steam  cable,   or  electricity as a
motive power the amount to be paid   shall be DOUBLE  the sum
specified in the clause under which the claim is made.
Cost $52 a year  to Professional  and   Business
Men.and Commercial Travelers.
Othdr sums'at proportionate rates
AGBNT FOR SOUTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA, MIDWAY' B, O. 2
R. H. PARKINSON,
SUM Architect and
____: CivilEngineer...
Financial,
I<£eal Estate,
Insurance and
Mining Ag*ent
CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION
-OK 'AS-
Extra-Provlncinl Co np any.
VOTARY    PfJlLir.1
i aii view Towiutite Agent.
. . . ADIlKKSS . . .
It. H. PAKKI.NSOX,
rAIKVIKW, B. tt
Cnrnwipoii.riei.c-f> Solicited.
s. 1. mib * co.
(Successors to It. N. Taylor)
"Companies  Act, IW."
"The Mammoth (Join .lining Company,"
A Splendid Showing.
Tbe appearence of the Sleinwiuder
mine at Fairview is improving daily,
as a result of lit.- lively pii-liinj- ahead
of development work.   A raise is being
made from the 200-foot level at a point
about 170 feet west from the foot of the
main working shaft, and the ore which
is coming out of this raise is said to be
some of the best yet encountered in the
mine, as it will easily average from $S
to s&> a ton and that too for the whole
width of the vein, whieh at this point
is some 'A) feet wide.    Apart from this
raise a crosscut drift is being run to
cut the south vein .11 the property, and
this drift too is being cut on the _W-
foot level.   The end of the drift should
now Ik* Hearing the vein, and when it
is entered it is expected a fine laxly of
gre will be encountered.  The amount
of development in the mine can be
easily conceived when it i.s suited that
tho management expect to have iu the
course of aliout two months some 100.-
000 tons of ore blocked out and ready
for .sloping, an amount of free milling
ore uot showing it may lie conjectured
in any other similar property today in
the province.
At this mine it is expected that a 40
or 00 stamp mill will soon lie erected,
and as soon as this starts running, if
only tbe ore will mill up to the expectations of the management or tii a ton,
the Stemwiniler will become one of
the recognised dividend paying properties of BritishColuinhia. This is what
Fairview camp haa been waiting for
for some time, and the sooner it comes
the better.
 MN	
Shot by a Deputy -Sheriff.
Asa result of resisting arrest a man
liy the name of Jack .McDonald met
his death near Curlew on I he Colville
i-eservation.on Thursday last. It would
seem that McDonald has heen wanted
together with two other men by
the United States authorities for
for some time juist, for some serious
crime committed in Montana, or some
hoitlei-ing state, as the deputy sheriff
who tried to arrest McDonald.
is said to lie a .Montana detective, who
with two other deputy sheriffs bad
tracked their man after a long chase
■md extending overa year, to the north
half of the Colville reservation. The
crime must have been a serious one, as
it is said the slierilfs carried warranto
for the taking of the men either dead
or alive. Those familiar with the inci-
of the shooting, say that the
ih linty sheriff having learned that McDonald, one of the men wanted, was
C. H. Thomas, Prop
Headquarters for mining me
visiting the Christina Uk-
district.  Stopping place k\
stages on route froni
Marcus to Bound-,*!
Creek
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I HRRKBY fnamJT that / have ihi* in
I  reglrtered tho "Tbe Mammoth Gold Mlntos
Coinpaiiy" ns un Extra-Provincial Company
umlcr tho "t'ompanic. Acl. I«97." to carry mil
or cireci nil or any nf ihe ohjcctH hereinafter set
forth to which lho Icj-isintivn author*!, of ihu i ,1,,,,. .
Wwlniuroof British Columbia c-jiends.        lo'ni.-.
The head office of theCompanv is situate in
tic IV) nf Spokane, Spokane County, Stale of
*x axhm-ctnn,
Thramniintof the capital of the Company isl emi.iiiiii/ iu.ir   llio >.„.,i>i    ..# -1- .    1
$«.-»».dividwl into l,i«i,iji4i8harc«of*lv!;ccnts I        '    K mouth   of iul-nda
,a*'h ictt-i-k, a tributary nf Kettle river, he
(the detective; ... the early part ul
morning   approached   the
living McDonalds hone
insi-if in
■r.»»..i-K. .,,..„„,.. h.,y.*ll. !,,,<... loin;,,, „...   "- .,"■.'•""■'", """   •,".'""" VyvUUl-
qtnre. procure, hold, and dcjil in general]} !"'"'"- flicuonald came fm- Ina home
British Columbia ;lo carry on and condocl '■, called upon him lolhiow tut lji_ hands
1 Cunernl mining, Kinclliiiif, mllllnK and redno       1   •     ■•       ,,■ .       1 ""■ "»■■«"■.
lion business :to liurohai* acquire, bold creel    ttn" 8*ve WUWll lip.    lllstcml of doing
:V:.i op ■rj..M..!,.,,:i,._iivi!,,,,;,, *,.*,■ ,.1.,,,-ji foul so McDonald tried (0 reach bf«t»volve^
which In- kept under his vest on the
left side of his chest, the we.ipon he*
ing held In p. m'tlon hy a rtmp passed
The head ofBce of the Company In this Prov-
 '"       " iviiiney. and Thoniiu
snis (.-amp UoRin- Thursday
ey for Die Company. I '
of the Company la, eamp,  an
ince is situate at Camp McKinney. and Thomas
II.in.ild. miner whose addroei is (.'i
nev atoresaiil, is the iittome
The I line of thc existence
■fifty ycjirs.
and
III I,   Vi-l.rM. I      .    >      .      . , . .
The lu.jecis for which the Company has been ! Im"k''t,'t* '"',"' '»>*. he posted hi
"'To't-'-'.:!"-.;:, ......»... , —-       !"***"ot' P«W*'*0Ji  and  a..aiu*d
iainists and Druggists §
THE
PIONEER - HOTEU
Greekwood Citv  Boundakv Creek, B. ■-'-I
We iiave Jtwt opened Ihe alwvc hotel at (ifeenv.ood City, nnxi an
to welcome gueetd and provide good act-oiumodaUon.   Good Caterinn. • I
class Livery .Stable.
J W. NELSON   •    •    -
PROPRIETOR
You Want the.Best and the Cheapest.^!
TIC ©SIT FEKPECT f_HCEt  M* Mullen's   Fencing
>*.'tii*«|
W0>'£» WIRE FENCING
nnd ,
';itin»r I
Ihu purpose of minim* i.ml IreatlOg „,.
for the purpose orfiirniahiii|[liKliiK and er
power for all Pjirppsoa; to bond, buy, lea,
locale aud Iml.l dilchcs,  fiiiriu--.  and  «.,i,,
tight* I to construct, lease, buy, sell «„d „wr.
ate rmlicstus ferries, 1 rani ways, ,,r 01 her nie'ins
of iriinsportallon, for tramportlng nre, minim;
ami jtbor malciials ; lo own, bond, buy self
lease, locale, limber and limber claims ; to dii
C'oinhine these two QnahU'"
No others do.
HOG
SPECfALl
over the right shouldei-.   This action
cost him his life, aa the detective notic-
--. ■■-, ■•■■■•■■ I'liiiinsj 10 ,ioi!"K the movement and knowing that
II!', irt"i' * l"),,!'!p"1 """'0!>"|ii'' business, n,,d hw man would show HkIh, immediately
pnnmsesaforesaid In iheir fullest ami liroad""i I    ""'s- lw"'''   *-l'n)H(fh   the  chest and
Wnsc, wnhin the Icrriinry aforesaid. once tllloiii'li the head, killini; him in*
^SSt4x-__V. '>■■•">..«•"■.*-..! „f oflice ai I stnntly.   As -nam »s Lh,« happened the
Victoria. 1'iov
veniy-eielh Judith.   ^    '
[ua
y-eieili Jnj
fight linini. i-d iiiid iijucly.il
nice of British Columbia
  thi*
of I obruary. one lhou«uid
.-1. V  H'OOTTON,
ilegistt-ar of Joint siock Compeiioi
; iiiin i- two deputiesrodenp, and piepat*.
Ial ions were made for conveying ths
body to the soui  from whirr) the
'■ warrant foi' Mebonold's arrest iirsued.
Ktaof-tBrtrtiadaoldbjr
THS ONTARIO WIRI FSNCINO Ca, LTSt
HWa.ni
FENCINGS   AT
LOW PRICES.
(AU OTHER TABIKTIKS CIIK.U'J
McMuIlen's are the on I v (-"•"'l n'"1^*-
sedd in Canada.  They a'" "nti^,
lt*d for poultry yards. In Hi*'"
lawn fences.
.ir.J I
Ask yourhardware merchant for McMuIlen's goods.   If youuaycnbnoto
him write
(The Manufacturers a Pfcton, Ont, or to
■/rite to i
The B. Greening Wire Co. Ltd. Hamilton
Montreal General Agents.
and
JAMES COOPER, rtontreal, General Agent for Railway Fenclnt- THB ADVANCE
SAND DISTKICT.
i siderad a hold
"p as likely to occur.
Occur it did, however, on Saturday
last, when the stage reached Johnson
oreek, a point a few miles west of Hock
Creek, on the road toCamn McKinn«v
*d;>» MP P. fa Van-toestagehadonlyashorfSE
ie into the .district last | left Hock Creek, ind having changed
horses there, was bounding along at a
of Greenwood, is at pres
l visit to Vernon.
(Thornton Langley and J. good rate, the time being almut eight
of Hossland, were visitors j o'clock in the evening, when just as it
during the past week. ; reached the foot of the grade on the
ond drill for use on the west side of Johnson creek, after hav-
|Creek Mining „ Milling Co's j iug decendud a short grade on the op-
ow at Mr. 1). A. Holhrook'a posits hank and crossed the hridge
(Greenwood. overfchestream, the summons came
It Hedley, manager of thc ^"'* il halt.    So  novel   was the  ex
i smelter at Nelson, and very
iby many in this district,
ly married in England,
is of mining machinery,
and pipe passed through
ks last Friday.   Included in
i the plant for the Snow*
nwood camp,
liie Jackson returned to Midway last, after spending a
tin tbe Nicola country,    Mr,
[was agreeably surprised to
eat change this section has
i while he has been away.
'Nelson of the "Tunes", Viola town  yesterday,   Mr.
ibeen visiting Fairview ami
eKiuney, and is now taking in
|ndary  Creek section.   After
sverthi- district he will pro-
fa by way  of the  Kootenay
lin Keough.of Colville,Wash.,
eitor in town on Saturday.
ugb is moving around looking
I many mining interests, which
sted on each side of the hound-
in the camps of Boundary
nd on the Colville reservation.
tug of men eng:i_°,l in the con-
of the Columbia Telephone
reen Cascade City and Camp
ey are now camped near town,
bree or four days the line will
at this point.   The Midway
II he in charge nf Mr. J. A.
|ii at his drug store ou Fifth
perience that Mr. Joe Snodgrass, the
driver, a son of the proprietor of the
stage line, did not at first comprehend
the situation, and so told the party
giving the command to get out of ihe
way. I'p,ai receiving a second summons however, he began to understand
the state of affairs, and taking a closer
observation, he soon discovered that
the party giving commands was masked and fortilled with two lug revolvers
held one in each band. A side glance
the next moment also made him aware
that there was more than one man
engaged in the holdup, for standing on
the bank beside the road, ahout on a
vei with the passengers on the stage
aod behind a small tree, was another
masked man. and he too was in possession of a couple of ugly looking guns.
Strange to say the passengers on the
stage were not in anv way molested,
as the only orders given were to the
driver, who was reuuested to hand out
the express box. This order was complied with hy the mail sacks being
dropped out into the road. As soon as
ihis was done the driver was ordered
to move on. which he did. Slowly the
stage mounted the grade, and as it did
so Mr.Snodgress turned to look at the
robbers,and they noticingthis.sliouted
to him that he had hetter get a
move on. as they "didn't want any ruli-
i er necking around them," Tlie driver
took the hint, and whipping up his
horses made for Hosiers, from whence
he dispatched a swift messenger to
Camp  McKinney  to   notify   parties
Pipes,
Cigars
AND
Cigarettes
■NOVELS-
J. II. UNSWORTH,
DRUGGIST
MIDWAY . B. 0.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKRNOS. B. 0
General SesJ Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
A.__rmaxA For^-
The Royal Insctu.vce Cot.
The London axd Lancashire Fire
Inbubance Coy.
The  Insurance Coy. op  North
America.
The London* axd Canadian Fire
Inbubance Coy.
The Scn Like Assiranck Cot or
Canada.
The Domisiof Bvilding and Loan
Association.
Appraiser por the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy.
there of v. hj|t luid occurred. The stage
having moved on, the robbers commenced to tmt open and rifle the mail
1'Jigs. but in this occupation they were
evidently disturbed, as only a portion
of the mail was molested. It is therefore difficult to say how much money
the rohbers secured. R»fening to the
hold-up, the stage driver affirms that
the revolvers used by the robbers were
of a SS calibre .vhile some of the passengers say they were 50 calibre at the
Ith regret the statement is
B Mr. Castleman of Boundary
Istill very ill    In fact it mayj
his condition is rather serious,
acted periods of delerium are
I hy the patient. It is to lie
(ly hoped it will soon be possible
I a chauge for the hetter.
■right-of-way question through
limb Bros   property has lieen
the 0. P.  B.  and  Captain
having come to an understand j *,.;ls[_
The railway is now being graded  ,+_,	
i the property, aud now that
P. R. is in control of IS acres, The Silver King.
Kon grounds may be established Under the supervision of Mr. John
i land instead cf lieing carried Douglas, ;i force of men are working
r to the west. on the Silver King claim, which  is
.K.Graham, of Graham. Texas, j situated in Skylark camp, and is owned
eitorto Midway at present.having i''.v Spokane parties. The Silver King
fin a few days ago to look over; lies in '_x-\ose proximity to the noted
lining interests, which are situ-1 Skylark claim, and as for as work has
In Grahams camp close to the
I. aud upon which he has now, .and
lad for several months past a farce
pen at work. After spending a
ys more here Jir. Graham will
m home by way of Spokane.
i importance of the Midway puh-
piagressed it is j-ai-.l the property is
looking exceedingly well, in fact there
is every indication that the shaft which
is lieing sunk i.- ne.iringa huge body of
ore. The Silver King as its name indie ites, carries its principal value in
the white metal, of  which some of the
,    ,,        , , i ore shows laage quantities in the state
noo! demands thai more Rounds!, .    .,       T,      •__.«.••_
_. , | known as ruby silver.  The vein which
was somewhat narrow on the surface
is now widening out, and altogether
the work done has been attended with
very satisfactory results.
Crr W.J. ARMSTRONG
K0II PRICES on THK
MCCORMICK
BINDERS, MOWERS, HORSE
HAY RAKES, PLOWS,  HARROWS AND CULTIVATORS
F. 0. B. at Penticton, B. C,
AT TIN SHOP AT ONCE,
Terras-Spot Caeh) MIDWAY. BC.
$
®
D; | MCELMON.
ild be provided, renovations made
lhe building,  and matters getter*
I .straightened cut an.und this in-
The   grounds should lu-
i, thehuildiiigpiiuttd and every*
: made neat and I idy.   The  gov-
ent should provide for this wilh-
delay.
Ir. H.T. Geperley, of the firm of
srs. Ceperley. Mc
• \ Bounse*
j general agents in British Coltitn-
for the Phoenix Fire Insurance
toany, of London, England, was a
|k>r in town during the week.   Mr.
erley was pleased with the pm-
i Midway has made since his last
, and he feels confident that tlie
i has a good future before it.
Ir. C. W. H. Coles, representing
pd's Fire Insurance maps, *|«-ut a
Mer portion nf last  week   at   .Vil-
Mr. Coles sketched the building*
uwn and took their location for thc
Iwingof a map, which will be placed
•he hands of fire insurance commies for future reference.   Goad's
* are well known the world over,
Coles left for Penticton and the
st on Saturday's stage therefore In-
ticipated in the novel experience of
ng held up by stage robbers.
 ►-•-«	
-e*.-
Stage Held up.
he circulation of the news yester*
'that the Penticton stage had heen
up by masked highwaymen,
roughly electrified the community,
Hhepust three or four years the: of John
I haa made nearly daily trips over agars
Doundary Creek Licence District.
Tlie adjourned meeting of the Board
of Licence Commissioners for the
Boundary Creek Licence District was
held at Cascade City on Friday, June
80, when hotel licences were granted
M follows :—
Gust Wassliolm, Windsor Hotel,
Niagara,
John S. Wisner, Wisner's Hotel,
Niagara.
|    Joseph Win. Shaw, Niagara Hotel,
Niagara,
Ch.is. N. Owen, Oakland Hotel, Mid*
: way.
Mrs. Marv A.Meakin. Meakiuflouse,
j Trail.
D, A. Holbrook, Providence Hotel,
i Boundary City.
I    Ohas. A. Hazellierg, Summit  House.
! Brown Creek.
| TSie application ot Peter Arena, International Hotel, North Fork of Ket*
I tie river wns noi granted, the Board
[considering thai this house is not
needed for the accommodation of the
public.
There was no appearance in support
of the application of John A. Mttnson,
f
t Practical Wateb Maker,
*, ':*
! copper nr,
GREENWOOD B.C.
■*      OocJ Tools. Plenty .Material.
J   ind jo years cirericncc   to do    £
* work correcth.... O
* _ HM
(f) ******** **4*9*******(w)
Mineral Act 1896.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
Kotloa.
Poxettiino Good Mineral Claim.
Situate in the Osoj'oos Mining Division of
Yale district.    Where   located:- At
Keremeos.
TAKK NOTirK. jh.it I.Chas. de Blois Green
agent for C,. 1! Nmm free miner s certificate No. UHSlA ami K.lwarri Rullock-Web-
ster free miner 1 certificate N'o. 1J~B.I. in
lend, -ixty till** fror.i the date hereof, to
arrl'." tothe Mijcnu lli.'inlerfur a Certificate
nt IinpniceniciiJ*. for ihe pnrpo-o of obtaining
a CrownOnnl nf the abors claim.
Ami further lake notice that jiction. nnder
siviiuu Si. mii-t  In- I'limmeiiccd   before the
jxuancc of iiioh i ertjti.'iueof Impro\enienis
Dated thi- .*th il.ir ot .lime, 1SW.
NOTICE.
I CHAS. DeBLOIS GRKKN intend SI 'i:\vs
I fror.i the date hereof io apply to the Chief
Commtaloner of Lands and works for perniis-
-ion to purchase It*ft5cr« of land situated on
Twin [/ikes in Town*hip **!> Osoyoos Pi virion of
' * DtoWct      ,-HA.s. DeBLOIS GRKKN*.
NOTICE.
Ooiumbia Hotel, Niagara, Adelaitl Roy,
International   House, Cascade City i
.md Win. ('. Haywood. Hotel .Summit,
I Summit camp, so these were not dealt
I with.   Consideration of ihe application
OotlttS, Scandla House, Ni-
lid Wilson ami Summers, Bift
route from iv„iici„„ t., iii-.ir! Bhtep Creek, Dewdney Trail, were de-
|s, and up to the commission of furred until the n -' >"■•"■'« -d th.
1 recent event, everything has mn j Board, which
j*g so smoothly that  no one con- September.
I WILLIAM HKRBERT HIND intend 30
I days from :heilate hereof to apply to theChief
Commissioner of Uux*' and Works (or parmifr
sloa to | urohJi-o IS) i - - Of land near Twin
Like- in Towmhip SB Osoyoos Division of
Vale Di-trtct.
WM. H. HINT)
For Oood Dental Work Call on
Dr. R. Mathison,
 : DENTIST.
NADEN.-FL0OD   BLOCK   •   OREENWOOD.
i will probably he held in
NOTICE.
kN' and *f'or the second Sunday in July, we
K_J begtOgive notice that our business establishment* will lie cloned on Sabbath day?.
MIDWAY TRADING i'O.. LTD.
HAIN* _ CO.,
5t°
Yes   ^,_w Jtoy^Q
The Russell HardwareCo.,
Av_mmtmm_________tu_____9__mm______________mm__________________m^m9^m__*
Of Greenwood City, B. 0., has just received a car load of stoves, ar.d in thp assortment inay he found every disrriplion of the-tove from the highest class
range down lo lhe small tin stove for the prospect or. A peculiar feature in con
nection with this shipment is, that although you can choos- from a g eat
variety you can only get one quality, 'The BEST". As to price? Well, considering the quality they are Cheap I Cheap! 1 Cheapl 11 and so you would
say if j-nu examined ihe goods.
--Don't delay for the stoves are selling every day.=
Orders by Mail Receive Prcmnt Attention
H. L. Sawyer.
C. A SawvER.
AT the Sawyer Brothers liven* barn will be found
■** good single and double drivers, ladies and
gentlemen's saddle horses, and complete packing
outfits. Parties to the West Fork country given
special attention.
Good Horses  - Good Rigs - Fair Charges.
SAWYER BEOS,
LIVERYMEN
MIDWAY, B. C.
•AA*.
^he Miners Home,
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
THIS HOTEL offers the best of accommodation
at moderate charges. Only the best brands c i
liquors and cigars kept on hand. A good table
and good beds add much to the comfort of ks
patrons.
E. MORRIS, PROP.
Rossland.
Greenwood.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST GO.
LIMITED LIABILITY
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
FlKJWCttL ID INSURANCE AGENTS
Fire Insurance a Specialty.  ^ZZ^^WF**
IN THE
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ty
ty
ty
i ty !
ty    ty
ty!
ty ty
ST. LOUIS HOTEL at
Camp McKinney, B. C.
Patrons will find a new house, neatly furnished,
and possessing all modem conveniences, tending
to the comfort of guests. Strict attention paid to
the wants and wishes of customers at all times
GOOD  STABLING  ON   THE  PREMISES.
Lyneh k MeM
ppeppieotps.
Save Money SAvETime Save Packing
OUTFIT  AT
The Boek Qpeek Trading Co., flock Creek B. C, op at
The Beaver Creek Mercantile Co.. Baodell. B.C.
Remember we Barry a foil line fop Pposptors.
HARDWARE, GROCERIES. BOOTS and SHOES,
FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
For particulars apply at the WHITE FRONT STORE. Greenwood B.C.
Olson & Phelan, Proprietors. I
tt,'«?
'-rnhmmmmmmmmmm
THE HIGHLAND QUEE\
Consolidated Mining and Milling Company, Ltd. Ly|
Isnow offering 25,000 shares of its treasury stock at 5 cents per share.
-^1
INCORPORATED IN SPOKANK, WASH., U. S. A., JAN. rath, 1897,   ||^
ANDRLGISTEKl'I) IN  BRITISH COLUMHIA, AS  A FOREIGN   ||^T
COMPANY, MAY ist. 1897.
OFFICERS.
DR. ERIC RICHTIiR - Pres. * Spokane, Wmh.
SPENCER BENERMAN Vick-Pkks. Midway,H.C.
C. L. THOMET - - - Manackk - Midway,B.C.
J. E. BREITFELDER - Tki'as. - Spokane,Wash.
F. VV. McLAINE   -   -   -   Si:<Kn*Ai<v, Midway.B.C.
HEAD OFFICE OF THE COMPANY IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
IS AT MIDWAY.
CAPITALIZATION.
Capital Stoek   -  $1,000,000,
Divided into 1,000.000 Shares of a par value of $1 each.
FULLY PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE.
Of which 400,000 arc set aside for development purposes
HANKKIiN.
THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE,
GK_ENwdon cm, b. c,
The properties of the company are all,—three in number—situated on Boundary Creek, and possess exceptional facilities for development amis
the shipment of ore. Correspondence is solicited, and further information concerning the properties and stock of the Company, wili i- I
given by the Manager or Secretary.       Address all communications lo C. L. Tiiomkt, Midway, B. C, or F. W. McLaink, Midwm
ff!
Crificate   of Improvements
ironoB.
Intkknatiomai. Minkkai. Claim,
Sltuato in the Osoyoos Mlnln? Division
oi;Vale District. Where Located; Kruger
Mountain.
TA ,K NOTICE that I, Charles DeBIoln
"rcon for mvriult tree, minor's certificate
No. IBM* a, untl Kdward J. Goddard. froe
miner's oertiflcnte No. 1821" a. Intend,
nlxty days from (Into hereof, lo apply to the
Mining Rooordor tor a Cortlttoato of Improvements, for the purposo nf obtaining it Crown
Uninl. of the above claim.
And further lake noliee that aotion, under
seetion 117. muni he commenced before Ihe
inuuuiice ofaueh Cortiilcntoof Improvements.
Dated this llli day of January I UK).
Certificate of Improvements.
STotlce
BxoKifliOK Minkkai. Claim,
Situate In Osoyoos Mining Division, of Ynlc
District.  Where Locaied: -About a mile
und n halreast of Penticton.
TAKK NO'l'iCK that I, .1,1". liurtiycnt. free
miners cortiflcato No. lsBlu m agent for
Clement Vnchcr, free miners cortiflcato No.
14388b, .Mark Howard, free miner's certliicnlo
No. umi.x, Intend, sixty days from the
(late hereof, lo upply to the Mlnlni; Itecordor
for a Cortlfloato of Improvements, for the pur-
pose of obtaining a Orown ttoani/ot the above
claim.
And further lake noliee that notion, uniler
seetion 37. must he commenced before tho
lssuanoe oi suoh Cortlfloato of Improvements
Data) tliis S3th xUxy nf May ItSJU.
MINERAL ACT, 1893.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
WOTXOB.
WhiiKoot Minkkai, Claim.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mlnln*; Division of
Yeie District. Where located : Krugor
Mountain.
TAKK NOTICE thnl. I, Chns. Iloltlois Oreen
free miners cortlllcale No. IKtllta for myself nod nsogont foi .1. K. Campbell free miners
cortiflcato No.lKSJSa and U.S. Vcnlesfree minors
cerlillcate No. 2M81I a, intend, sixty days
from Ihe dale hereof to apply lo the Mining Ite-
cordorfor a certificate of Improvomonta, for Ihe
purpose of oblaining a Crown (Irani of lhe
above claim.
Ami fin Uier lake notice lhat notion, uniler
seotlon  'ti, must he commenced before the
issuance of such cortiflcato of Improvements,
Dated tliis 23rd duy of Mny. IW.
CHAS. 1)1.1). GEBKN.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of Impro/ements.
NOTIOS.
No'itii Stak (Ciui-tonai.) Minkkai. Claim.
Sltunto in tho Kettle River Mining Division
of  Vale District.       Whore   located ;
Long Lako Camp,
TAKK* NO'l'iCK 'Ihal I. Forbes M. Kerhv
FVL.S,, as agent fur Hubert M'ood free
miner's cerlilleale No. 300A and (.'has I.. Tlmmei
free miner's eertitlcate No, Is.'l7l.\, inteiul. *lxiv
| days from lhe date horeof, to appiv In lhe
I Mining itucorderi'iira certificate of Improve*
I men!* fnr lhe purpose of obtaining a Crown
(Irani of the above claim.
And further lake noliee Ihal action, umlcr
section :i", must  bo commenced before Ihe
issuance of sueli Cortiflcato of Improvements,
Dated thisHtb day of March I8W.
FOKHB8 Al. KERBY,
MINERAL ACT, 189
Certificate   of   Impnm ,j||
iroTio—
"I'avmah-ikii." "Hank ok Kni.uv-.'
MA.VIlV," anu "Anaiyimh   Hi I
Situate In the Ketlle River Mintorl
of Yale |Dlstriot.    Where l-_1
Graham's camp.
TAKK NOIH'K Ilml  I. I
acting im  agonl for Kil»u
Iniin   free  miner's   ceriiti. Hi   '•
Intond, girt] days from Ihi   u
In   lho Mining iteeorilei fei   .1       '■
improvemiinls, for the  pu 1
111'roiviigiantof Uh' ribon
Ami fiinhiT lake Ootid   tlull w-iira.1
section 37. musl hecotnim 1 ed bcf.i;
mice of such eeriillcale ol iiiiprnvriiu'fit'l
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- MIDWAY -
Riverside Addition.
Just a Word!
To those contemplating an investment
in Midway real estate, the information is offered that
on the Riverside Addition may be found 300 very
choice residence sites.
LOTS 5oXi25 FEET. PRICE REASONABLE
For terms and all other information apply to
W. H. NORRIS, or A. MEGRAW,
Midway-B*C Camp McKinney, B. C
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