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 Vol. X, No. 6.
W. JAKES, M. D., CM.
' BT APPOINTMENT
[SI«ENT PHYSICIAN TO KKTTLE RIVBR
*m DISTRICT.
_ .     -     GREENWOOD CITY
twHITE,
jduate of McGill University.
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
_-**
(p. McLEOD,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, ETC.
Midway, B, C.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1898.
$2.00 per Year.
S. CAYLEY,
BARRI8TER AND SOLICITOR.
Giund Forks, B. C.
ADRIAN  MEYER,
Mining Broker,
Notary Public, Etc.
Uabd Ave., Yntwot*. B. C.
lOBBESM. KERBY, P.L.S.,
A.M.C.8.O.E.,
ENGINEER  AND SURVEYOR.
lOTARY POBLIO.
Midway. H. C
CHRISTIE, M.R.C.V.S.
(RDINUUttfili, SOOTLjIM))
Iminion veterinary inspector.
Domostlc Animals treated on Roiontiflo
principle*.
[once • ■  * - QRKKNVVOOD, B. C.
pftenwood Assay Offiee.
J. C. Luckenbel, Prop.
saayer   ar)d   Analytical
Chemist.
Green-wood, 33. O.
ping Properties Kx iiniiniil nnd Ucpm-tod on.
RUBBERS,! I
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We have just received a large stock of
the above goods, which upon inspection will be found No, 1, in every re-
- spect, and we olfer them at rock bottom
prices. OUR STOCK of general merchandise will always be found complete
and at the very lowest prices. . . .
....Givte vis a Gall...
•**>*' ^e-c-**
REMEMBER WE ARE AGENTS FOR MALM'S FAMOUS STOVES.
W. T. Shatford & Co.
Faiiview,  Camp McKinney, Vernon   and  Slocan  City.
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The Columbia Flouring Mills
 MILLS AT VERNON, B. C.	
MANUFACTURERS OF IITGH GRADE FLOUR
Hungarian, Three Star, Strong Bakers, Superfine.
All produced by the celebrated Hungarian Plansifter system,
Try so;ne, made by the only Plansifter mill in the Province.
....WHOLE WHEAT FLOUB  A SPECIALTY....
if Willi
See That Each Sack Is Mark-'
-: B, P. Bitfiet & Co. Lii, Imnin Vletori-i. B. C.
i-KM&inant Co. "
MIDWAV, B.C.
EAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL
AGENTS.
MINING BROKERS-
RE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT PURANCE.
|OHN A. CORYELL A.M., B.C. A.
Civil Engineer,
-IOVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
[ligation Projects, Engineering and Survey
■Work, with Plans and K.-timates In any
■Portion or the Province Immediately At-
[tended to. MMlS
l»ps and Plans of Any Portion oi Osoyoos
I District and Mining Camps or Kettle River
Mining Division.
OUNDARY FALLS. MIDWAY and VERNON.
• A. QUK88, M. A. H. A. Gukbs, M. A.
GUESS BROS.
ists and Assayers
I Thoroughly familiar with Falrvlow and
loumlary Crook Mlnoral Proportion. Proper-
'm Examined. Always and Analyses of Ores,
'Mis, Kto.
anKENWotro, n. o.
|E. J. SCOVIL,
.11 MINING BROKER,
^'    REAL ESTATE,
A\ insurance and
II GENERAL AGENT,
lABSTRACTS OF TITLE FURNISHED ON AP-
1 PLICATION.
Correspondence Solicited,
[Midway and Greenwood, B.C.
\*t. BAiutKrr.
0, T. llOIWHON
BOUNDARY  ORBEK
Engineering and Assaying Co,
Oi-eenwooil City, B. O.
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
M. MoCua-ig
S.  Larsen.
The Riverside Hotel,
Is situated nt, Rook Oreek, H.C un   tin-  main route nf   travel
between  Penticton "ml all Boundary Oreek points.   Slopping
place for singes.
Good Fishing -:- Good Hunting -:- Bestof Accommodation*
MoO-alg- ——__L LBrsen,   jP»j*o_«_*Ati-to_*ei
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Good accommodation at the
HOTEL PENTICTON
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Travelers, Commercial men, Mining* men
and  Sportsmen.
Terminus of stage
fines from—*mtm
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Fairview,
Osoyoos,
Oroville, Wash.
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7[! Cninp McKinney,
|| Midway, Greenwood,
Onrson, Grand Forks,
anil .Milieus, Wash.
Jx     W, C.HAYWOOD     -     -     ■    W.L.LEONARD,
Proprietors, Penticton B.C.
illes Examined and Reported
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Use 0. K. Flour.
The Best Flour in Canada.
WE tarried oil' lirst prize for Flour us well
tis for Wheat at tlio Now Westminster
exhibition. Our Brands are Hungarian,
XXXX, Best Pastry, Strong Bakers anil
Economy, any out*' of which is a long way
superior to Washington flour. Ask your
grocer lor it flour that gives universal satisfaction. Oct any of the 0. K, brands untl
you will novel- regret it.   _>    ^    s^
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KETTLE RIVER MININQ DIVISION.
Records  for   the ~ Week     Ending
December 7th, 1898.
MINKIIAI. 1.01'VI'IO.N's.
NOVRMBKR 20,
Canada, Central eatup, 0, M. Gire,
DECEMBER 1.
Fmvlerm"'11'   Pr°v,dence ™'"l*. VV.
DECEMBERS,
Martha E„ fractional, Deadwood
cninp, L. 11. p,.„rce,
..     . DECEMBER 5,
ff«"iker, fractional, Hrahams ramp,
li, (jollier, '
CI'IU'II'K'ATI'S OE WORK,
NOVEMBER HO,
Anaconda, li, s. Urahani,
DECEMBERS,
Golden Dollar, it. Stum-: el al,
DECEStBER 5,
Wren, J. Mulligan,
Silent Friend, S, Benennan et al,
TRANSFERS.
NOVEMBER 20.
Free Coinage, J interest, P, Williamson lo James Price,
Legal Tender, J inferesf/.F. Williamson to James Price,
DEMEMBER 1.
Oto Denero, Remainder, Silve"
Plume, Pride of (he Wesl, Big Iron
and "V." fi actional, mineral claims,
all interest, G. I). Cunningham and C.
M. Grouse to VV. Sterling.
DECEMBER 3.
Diamond Joe, Doubtful, Deer Trail,
! and May Pay, 1*5 inlerest, E,Stuart to
J.Powell,
Deer Trail, all interesl, Frank Dalton
loW. E. Harris,
Diamond Joe, Doubtful, Deer Trail
i and May Day. all inii rest, W.H.Harris
to 1!, Stuart!
Diamond Joe, Doubtful, Deer Trail
j and May Day, 1-5 interesl, li. Stuart to
! E. Parry,
DECEMBER 7.
Sanson, j inlerest, IS, Dufour to T,
! McDutinell,
. ► , <	
Words of Assurance.
AM he banquet given  to  Lord and
i I.aily  Abei'deen on   their departure
fnun Oilaw',, U"".i. (ii o'lje E. Fester,
ill one portion of his speekh made use
. of the following wind.*, uf assurance :
"It has often been said that Britain
was growingdecrepid and infirm, lhat
her power was waning, and the time
1 was rapidly approaching when Macau-
ley's New Zealamler should take In*
I seat on London bridge and survey the
ruins nf an empire grenl er than Rome
( hnd ever been.   I deny the assumption
and I protest with all my heart against
the  inference,    The   expansive,  lhe
assimilalive   and   cohesive power of
Britain is neither dead nor stagnant.
The plastic crust from   wbich in ten*
i litres past has bust forth that splendid
! energy that has ever and anon vivified
; the world has nol stiffened to ttdamaiil.
' The typical vigor, tbe eruditive ent-r-
i prise, the steady overflow of Ibehiutiei
! life and potency ate there still, and the
, march nf empire is ever forward.   Today her drum-heat sounds on the fai
i distant Pamirs; we bear and bear Ihe
boom of her guns and see the Hash of
! her sleel in  lhe  rock  passes  of  Ihe
jAfridis.   Her banners gleam nl Hong
Kong aud Wei-Hai* Wei, and iter Hag
floats over the vast insular continents
of lhe Southern I'a.ilic In lhe whilom
Dark eonliiti'nl   bugle calls lo bugle
forn  Hitlawayo inlhe soul It to Olidur*
man in ihe north, nnd imperial ottt-
posti sentinel the Nile and the Niger
while her camion al Halifax ami cun-
nonat E*(|uimalt, hacked by 8,000,000
loyal subjects Stand guard and sponsor
for tbe foremost and besl of Iter posses-
isions,   Who dares to say lhat the imperial eye  is  dimmed,   the  imperial
I heart  numbed, or that   the irresis*
table might of her strong arm is shattered.   Rather do we affirm that the
insular has become world wide lhat
lhe  merely national   has  broadened
into the truly imperial nnd that tho
sphere of Hritish Influence and Hie
grandeur of her power are innneasiir*
l ably advanced.
 X* s	
Canada Can do It.
One  ol*  the  gieal.   questions  witb
which the statesmen of Great Britain
I bave lo ileal is lhe food supply of the
| nation,   For many  years pasl Greal
i Britain bus had t'o draw annually on
'olher    countries     fm    millions    of
bushels of grain to make up the de*
■ ficieitey in her own crop,    This grain
Ims been ti tight in lhe markets ot' tbe
world, Russia, Ibe United Slates. Ibe
Argentine Republic nnd oilier countries heing contributors.   In the event.
I of tin European  wat   critics say  lhe
iieatesl blow Great Britain would  re
Population of a sufficiency of fund
SHUT, owing to Hia llini-expiirlatioi,  „f
'he surplus crops of lhe grain growing
'•muitries.   Uecogmziug this Fact Hie
Untied Empire Trade League rec ly
wnl to Camilla, a repn senlal ive whose
duty il was to enquire the possibility
of Great Brilnin heing supplied with
grain from a purely colonial source,
thereby liutoiilyobvialing the chance
of ber supply heing cut off In the event
of war, but as well lite upbuilding of
the empire liy lhe retention of initio
wil hm its liniiiidariiK. In bis reporl,
Mr, IVellilVr Ims lluil 1,1 say which is
"I'gieal interesl u. Canadians as it
shows the possibilities of the country
iilnng the lines indicated. We quote
from tin* reporl :
And what is I here In prevent this
being done:-' I mu sine 1 don'l know,
lere in Ihe United Kingdom we have
the men that want the land, ihere in
Canada we have ihe land thai wants
Ihe men. Now, Imw nre we to get the
two together? The land cannot come
to the men, so the men musl. go lo lhe
Innd. Sir William Cmokes (I quote
him because he is a greal authority)
went on losay whal a grand thing it
would he if \xx> could grow mosl if not
all uur wheal supply here at home in
the British [sles, and he wished we
could spare] 10 square miles more in
this country for the purpose, But if
we cannot spare il here, we all know
where they can. Why lit) square
miles, which seems such a hig piece
to us, would only he'a drop in lhe
bucket' in Canada.
"Manitoba alone  has an   area of
il million acres.   Deducting 10 million
foi lakes  and   -tvers,   townsites and
wttsle land, ii7 million acres are left for
farm cultivation, or homes for 1113,000
families ou S20 acres each, ami us up to
now there are onlj Ti OOOfaitners there
altogether, thai leaves mom in lhat
une   piovince  fur USI.COtl more wheat
growers.   Supposing I hen we got them
there, md ench one of I hem out of his
320 acres grew on an average 100 acres
al 20 bushels to the acre, if you ligure
it up ymi will find it is quite possible
for Manitoba alone to supply us wiih
i nil tbe wheat we require from  abroad.
"Il i.s only a question of money, and,
Comparatively   speaking,   not   much
money either.   Thc cost of one lirst-
class bitItleship (about _!7_0,0<i0) would
put 5000 Families on   lo  farms in the
Northwesi, allowing £160 pounds m
each In Iintl Hit m in implements, seed,
hotses, etc., as well as   to   keep   them
until Iheir Hrsl, crop   was harvested.
Five thousand farmers averaging 1H0
acres of wheat each, al 20 bushels per
acre, means au extra 10,000,000 bushels.
"But. if you don'l  like Hint way of
doing ii, here is another,   Canada has
given the MotherCoimiry preferential
treatment.   She admits mil* goods jii a
much lower rale of duty thnn foreign
goods.   Now suppose   we reciprocate
and give her preferential  treatment,
either by putting a small duly on all
foreign wheat and letting hers come in
free, or by giving a bounty to Canadian grown wheal, or by lining snt	
tiling that would m'ake wheat growing
in Canada more prolllutile than in Ihe
United Slales, We should then see
the tide' of immigration as far as
agriculturists tire concerned, luin from
America and flow towards Canada ;
and not only sn Iml we shnuld have a
regular rush of farmers from Illinois.
Wisconsin, Nebraska, Minnesota, Kansas and olher Suites of lhe Union, into
Manitoba and Hie Northwest Territories."
m
a
,iv«, is thai which would deprive her
Having Fun With the Eagle.
I'm WTititt" this liorc in tlio olil iliill Imll, which
\V:IS bllllt liy till' pi'llpll' llJsillllll'
Our bravo voluiitobra, who woro called out to
light -tho l iinc uf tlm I'l'tiimi Raid,
I've boon rend!tig "ThoTruconl tiiu Bear," and
I I'iiiK')- It's**oi—all}' legal
For me to oxpi-ess, Willi i sldorablo stress,
Unit 1 (leiilil lho Irtico of Uio Englol
Do Ida Mint bird an Injustice) Was 1 in the
country of ilrciiins
Whon I saw thorn clawing tho Lion, with the
tuosl bloodcurdling Rcrcams?
Howho shrinked foi-Mi'.Mt.iu'ool Unl now he's
looking quili' pleasant ;
I toll yon, young follow, you'd bettor viitoliout
for tho liiglo that looks llko n pheasant I
Whon lho Boar was vory pugnacious, and the
■''lTiith ami Oot'iusiiH Innkeii wise,
That lili-d was Imtliet■ing Ihe lion, mid trying
to pick oul his eyes:
But now ho is learning to cnoklo, and ho looks
qittlo friendly -bul then—
You'd bolter watch out, young feller, for tho
Ragle thai looks llko a lion !
His votooislnollowas itiuslo; il huth a must.
iini't units "quack,"
I hope It's nit hi good earnest, butt won't lake
anything back,
I'm jiillylngyini, Mr. Ciuiuek, 1 hope you will
listen, tny buck- -
I'cop ynur nose to the wind, nnd keep your eye
skinned, for the Kngle that, talks Uko a
iluek.
—Toronto World. .-**_ «■'}.
u-iuisoripiio.i prloo, -feWpw ^-itiTpayablo ' ydi:''''l!' " fn"""' H""' nf ""''"''''"'""'
in advftnoo,oltlior yearly or half-yearly ai the   Bui-fane whieh no dnnlii stiiwented the
option of Uio stibaoriboi', I  , ,.  ,     , .        , i
Advertising Rates son I on application, lne '-Hiiii- ui thi* ciaiin.   A- stain as ine
Though Hm i-niiiiiiii- »f Tnu Advanob aro water level t.-,- reached this r,*.tiin-.- will
always open for the dlsou—I if matters of
Section 29
V. 1.
pulilie tniiii'iiiii uinl tmpol'lanoe, wo do not noo
1,0—jirilyeiiiliii'si' nnv .if tho opiuions exiiresand.
Correspondence ofu personal online will not be
piilililicil,
MOMMY. DECEMBER 12, 1808.
it
A Needed Change.
The pjisi.'il  tli'p.'ii'l.nuini, nt Ottawa
has at last listened to the solicitations
I ITERKflYgive nn ice llni  ,'
I   lintontl i" ilyintlJ't'""1
of Lands nnd WorkB for po nnf
course clisitnneH.", am! ihe ore will tlio following d Mylr'*,K.ffi.l'';fl
11 ,   , . , .      ' nenr 1'iurnnv in lite I'HH'' "'
llu-ii he a heavy iron sulphide iiiui-yiugl   commencing at a post plume
ns its principal value, us above staled, boundary of my i"'''''"V!"!11 *",!
, ,     ,,     ' '  clitilns North of iIh-nhiiIi t-"' '
gold.   Froni pi—tent  appearances the thsnco Kasl forty chains lot-in*
Bed Rock Is destined lo hecouie.t very I t?,"<N*'i:}j,,i^,rnor nMaiidNnppH
vaiuiiiile ptiiperiy upon development, Wost,fotty ehftliis lo theN.K.
pi'ciiililion : lln"!'"" South iilnng
 -*-*-*  I,if iuj pi'o-etnptlom, fort.] elm
commencement und coiilaiiiliiK
iir loss.
Ill)'
WorkinjjV the Pascoe.
Messrs, Donald, Ooukle and Colville
ire liitsily   engitifpd on Meyers creek
liirivinga WIl-l'iiolJ tunnel on I he Pascoe,
of those who for a long time post)formerly the Big .Swede claim, Th
recognized the necessity ofa change in
the system of post office inspection nnd
the mail service generally throughout
the province, and tts ;, result Iwo in*
•ipi'i tors will for lite future attend to
these duties, Mr, E. H. Fletcher being
assigned to a separate district constituted hy Vancouver Island and a
portion of tbe Northern Mainland, and
Mr. \V, H. Dortuan to the Coast and
Interior service. Mr. Fletcher will he
stationed at Victoria while Mr, Dor-
man will have headquarters at Vancouver.
That Mr. Flotchnr's sphere of influence is now confined to the Island will
be grateful news fo the people of the
Mainland, and more especially to
people of this district, wliosult'ered for
yenrs untold inconvenience, whieh
thej believed it was within the power
Of the Post Office Inspector to remedy,
Mr. Dortnat, has had many yeai"! experience uniler Mr. Fletcher, and is
referred to by the press as more competent than the latter, therefore much
i.s lo be expected froni the change.
Datod nl Fiu'i'vicw, o.'l.
Claims Bonded.
The enormously line showing on the
Knoli Hill nnd Old Ironsides in (ireenwood  cjunp,   attracts    investors timl
entices Ihi'iu lo put  their money into
other  properties to lie found in  lln-
same   camp, therefore that the pasl
week   saw two other claims bonded
elicited no great amount of surprise.
The locations over which negotiations
were brought to a bead as above slated,
are known ns ibe Nellie Cotton and
Mystic, two claims lying to Ibe south
west of (be Knob   Ilill.   These claims
were  discovered and staked ny Mr,
Sutherland  an    old   time Boundary
Creekj prospector,  in   1805, and  sub-
sequently.be snid nn interest to Mr,
Hal. J. Cole, nl Spokane.   It was from
these parlies therefore thai Mr. W, T.
Smith, who is acting on behalf oi Mon
treal capilalists,  secured   Ihe  claims,
the bonding consideration nf which it.
is said  reached the neighborhood nf
$20,000,  ten per cent,   of  which hns
already been paid, Ihe balance lo he
forthcoming in two equal instalments
within a year.   That Ihe Nellie Cotton
aud Mystic are two valuable local Ions
anyone acquainted   with   tbem  will
readily testify, for  apart  from   tbeir
being    in   Greenwood   camp,   and  in
close proximity io the Knob Hill, they
have plenty of mineral in sigbl, no less
than five distinct ledges being traceable
through the claims.     Four  of these
ledges,   wbich nre   very  wide,   eery
pyritie copper-gold ores.and.l.he olher,
in whicl, lln. vein fillingisqiinrlsjcarrying some copper ubd gold, culs (he four
directly at right angles,   The work so
far done on these claims is represented
hv a 25 foot shnft, all in ore, on what is
called the No, 2  ledge,   nnd   n  15 fool
shaft, all in ore, on the No. ,'i ledge,alsii
some open surface work on the other
ledges.
Tbe parlies who have secured the
bond will it is said commence work at
once and will start development hy
sinking a hig working shafl on ibe No.
3 ledge jnsl at the point at which it is
intersected hy Ibe No, 5 ledge. The
opening up ol* 'lies;' properlies will give
employment to several men, and as a
tunnel is now in all nit. 25 feet, and
when completed il is expected a big
body of Copper-gold ore will be crosscut, at a depth of about 120 feet. The
surface showing on the Pascoe is enormous, and gives every Indication that
tlio pioperty when developed uill be
one of greal merit,
 .*.—.
Combination at Work.
Win k has just been resumed on the
Combination mineral, -t.->im which is
owned hy the Combination Mining nnd
Milling Company ot Spokane, and is
located near the confluence of Eholt
creek'witb Boundary creek.
At present the company are sinking
it, the old shaft, bin in the near future
itis Ihe inieitiion of the management
to start a 800'foot tunnel, for the purpose of crosscut ting the ledge at very
considerable depth,
— r as ■—•
$100,000 Matte Shipment.
The Trail smeller shipped to New
York a few dnys itffo, copper matte
aggregating in weight 353,—8 pounds,
and of an approximate value of
-jiloo.ono
Regular weekly shipments will hereafter be made from IheSnieltertoNe.w
fork to lie refined and coined. This is
Ine first large shipment from Ihe smeller under the new Canadian Pacific
Kailway management,
TIIIO piii'tiio-hi
t.we
• subsisting bo-
,n:i- ilonnld nnd
i ihla day boun
The IiubIiiciss
[nines M. Lynch
■ ■'   ,111'   IIJIIIH' of
pay nil ili'lits,
-idlowli ilili bis ilm' [hosnld   linn n'"*1
be paid.
Dated this 10th day of October, I*
jam::.* M, LYNCH,
THOMAS HUMPHREY,
horolofnri
en I'Vnnk Doiiald, 'Hi-'
James M. Lynch, duiir-' Ims
Iji'i'liei'.Jiil ('amp McKImio) Im
dissolved hy mutual oonsunl
wlllhoronfloi'ho.conrluotoil hj
and Thomas llutnplil'oy mid;
Lynoh & Iliintphroy ivln
NOTICE.
Cnnio to my promises on the (trsl of ".prll
lasl, n small sorrel mare, with white strip in
face and branded "'A Con llio nigh shoulder.
Mure n< -v linsn foal by her side. Qwnor proving property and paying expenses, can take lho
sumo away.
DAVID MCCUAIG,
falrvlow, B. >'•
MINERAL ACT, 189G.
Certificate of Impro/ements,
NC-X-XCZT-l.
Vinmxi.-  MlNKlUL Ci.'.I.M.
Situate In the Kettle Hiver Mining Division
of Yale District. Where locatod
Grahams Camp.
TAKK NOTICE Ihal I, Forbes M*. ICorbj
IJ,L.S.,ns agent for Edwin Smilh Graham
free minor's eerlitleato No. SOJBO, intend, sixty
dnys from tho date hereof, lo appll to thc
Mining Recorder for n certificate of Improve-
ini.iiis for tho purpose nf oblaining a Crown
Grant of the abovo claim.
And farther lako notico Ihal aclion, under
boofion 37. musl   he comtnonccd before tht
Issuance of such Ccrtifi*cntc of Improvements.
Dnled Ihis I2th day of Oeloher, 1S9S.
To Work Little Cariboo.
The Spokesman-Review of the "tb
inst. says : "Tbe directors of tbe Little
Cariboo Cold Mining Company held n
meeting yesterday, and accepted an
offer for 2o,000 shares of the treasury
stock of the conipany.
"This will place in the treasury asuf-
Scienfc sum to enable the counpntty to
sink on the ledge ou the Annie L,
claim in Camp McKinney, Dr. ,1. P,
Redely will leave to-morrow for Camp
jMcKinney to start development work
on the claim. The lirst contract Will
be to sink the shaft which is now down
15 feet, 00 feet deeper."
LICENSING COURT.
plication will
ol tlio Ut i :i-*-
COURT OF REVISION*
ROCK CREEK DIVISION OF YALE DISTRICT
A Court of Revision nnd Appeal undor ilml
"Assessment Act I——"and Ainondmonla,  will
bo hold:- i
At Osoyoos, in t he Government olllce, on |
Thnr—luy the Stli of .fnnnary Isgtr,
ot (lie hour nl' 10 o'clooli In the [forenoon,
At Itfldway. In the Government office on
Saturday, the "th dny of January
1800, at the hour of 3 o'olook In the
afternoon.
At Grand Forks, In Mm Government
office, on Monday the (Itl, day of Jan-
nary !8i)!), at the hour of IO o'clock in
the forenoon.
Dated Oth Deoomber 18—.
(L.S.I FRANK McOOWAN,
Judge of tho Court of Revision
nnd Appeal.
ft. I0TICE is hereby given il
i V I.i1 ni'ilc n I ihe nexi sil
ing Coni'l io li" held ni —iilii
of the lioenso I'm Iho sale al liquor hy n tall
now held by tho undorrfgncd In respect of tho
promises known ns tho "Jlounlnln flousi
sltuato on Iti.j'.H'rs pro-oniptlon ucarl n k Creek
tn ,1. ll. ChrislophcrSon and thai .i cony of thin
notice has been deposited with Vf, li. N'orris,
ICsq., nml James Kerr,   i:.-.|.. Juati—« of Un
■iii'ii within tho Count; of i'ale.
Dated thlsHthday of November, 18—,
W. II. t'O.VKI.K.
RH. PARKINSON.
>jMg   Architect an;!
_-__ Civil Engineer.
Financial,
I_ea] Estate,
Jiisurarice nne)
Mining' Ag;er|t.
♦999 NOTABY
J? nil vit**,'.- Tov
P1" I! f.! < *.*8««f
usito Agont*.
LICENSING  COURT.
NOTICE Is heroby given Unit at the next,
sitting of the Mean-ring Court to Jbo hold
at Midway application will im made for the
'rans—ii in l,\ im'Ii ,v Fluinphroy of the Uootise
gond deal of money will be spent in di
velopinent, it means additional oros-1*'or l-befmlootllqitorby i-atolt now held In ro-
_.*,_.— , , .   ..       speotof thopronilsos known n« tho St. Unils
perily to (ireenwood camp, ;,nd m fact| Ilotnl stimjoon tho Golden Ci own mineral olalm
lo the whole district.
ip MoKlnnoy, and Unit a copy of tl
notico haul lutopostlod with w if. Norris,
Iflsq,, nnd .lames ICerr, Esq., JiiRtieos of tin
Poaoo within tho County of Vale.
Dated this 1st day of November 181)8.
PRANK DONALD,
T.DONAU),
liy tholr attorney Iii fact
.1. M. I.VnCII.
 IDDHKtH . . .
K. H. PAHKI.VSOX,
I'MIHVIKW, 11. c.
irrospoiulatioQ
ilieiti'il.
./V*i—J.
More Useful
^%f^   Presents
Will he given tbis year on Christmas Eve than
before this is owing to public taste which has
gradually been drill ing tbis way, knowing
Ih.ii "Useful Presents" are more appreciated
he purchased for as little money as
I'ills.
and can
usele
[fyourtasl run this way you cannoi
do better Hum call and exit,nine the
following suitable presents.
Carving Sets, stag horn and ivory
handles, in plush cases.
Silver | heavy plated ]  Knives   and
WT\ For!<s' Sp°ons- Tea sPoons' Assert
Jrj Spoons, Bul ter Knives, and Stigt?r
Wv Spoons, Baby's Set, knike, fork
and Spoon.
Also  .*i choice selection of Silk Mufflers,
Silk lll'dl's. Gents Ties in Strings,   Hows  and
Kticintilors, Tains, Gloves and
—<4>—
Exceptional value in
GENTLEMEN'S GOOD   CLOTHING
During: Holidays.
= HcNicol. -
»3tf■%*__!•_
iKi me^p pmw 7Jt
-HARDWARE
Va/llCllliU-Cl bJ  5-_x.
\sQ* V Ca nc
Mm k Shelf acd Heavy Rardware.
PAINTS,   OILS, ST6V-S, TIMWARE,
: Jobbing* Tinsmiths unci Pi urn hers :•
• *• - li   •• ^^  * ■
*59&m^f*&mtttttt9&9&&W&&bm9&9»3$$
t?f    r./-.r- —-i/i  r*i, r*  n rt n     Write u*.  llir estimates nml    vl.
%   hl'Ll  iL.LIlt. IjHO,   tsklns; the lead everywhere.  ,i.
'■^«^6«g€€€*S««€*^«€««€€€«^
We solicit the patronage of the public, and trust by ft
ing, and right prices, to nu rit your confidence.
c. \ t
fltail
wV^
orders rcc-iv'e cur prcrr,pt ddh
rrvti
;_Br*r* -.-j'--
Thc I Sank of
British North America
Grand Prairie Hotel.
McLaren bi^os.
GRAND PRAJRIE HOTEL
Carson, B. C.
(\N direct route to the
Boundary Creek a nl
Colville Reservation
points.   .   .
-   Proprietors.
THE CAMMAN BANK OF MIME,
HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO.
 ,,,  I
The Red Rock.
The coo ti-nci fur ilm 50 foot shaft, on
lln* lii'd Rock in (ii'i'iinwood camp, litis
lii-i'ii coinpli-li'd, .-uiii-Jii fur rhi-iv is mi
sisn of lhe foot wull ln-iiiij iipproHi-ht>d.
The Red Rock lu-longs to MHsars.Hiuw,
Naden and Oiiperley, who n-cenily
acquired llm propetlyandluiniediately
coiiiiiii'tici'd tu dcvi'lo'i il, Tin- shaft
just Mulshed whs started close to the
hanging wall, ind is a vertical one, the
ohject lieiii--, in, hy Kinking, crosscut
the ledgfi which on thesurface is ahout
30 feet wide.   The dip ol' ihe ledge of
course will determine how far sinking i _..,.,. N.nrl(.,; ,,,„, , ,.||;H ,,,. ,,u<l,t	
must lie ciiniiniied on this sluifl. hefore i  '    ngpntfor Wm, Ptilrymplu, froo minor'si   ,.
thatn.,1 wnll   is   i-ooohnt)       That   ™„A   Cortlfloato   No,   70181 I   .Mini',   lliiln 'lllplo froo   .,'' _-"S00 '   l'"."1-   "f   UVorpOOl,     AllHlviilIn,
tlietniiiwii.il ,s leiiiiieii.     mat, good minor'soortlflcotoNo. H112aand Dunciiti 6/ir-    ■ll"i» li-mkiif AnslmUa,  NowZonland,Union ~-
ore will lie  encouniered  in   the  foot inichaol, fropminor'sooi'im nNo, 18178a,In*   ,,**"5,- Au8liralIa,Hiuikof Now Zoalanil   In-i fr
,, ,        i      i    ,         ,          , lend, sixty days from lho dato  horeof   to yl'VOhnia, and Jnpnn, Chartorod Moroantils >-5<
wall has already lieen dcnionstrated, upply to the Mfnlnur K 'dor for n Corilticato I Panl*of-"--1'-'•-'-"ai l Culiia, Agra Bank
for repealed sjiiiiplisukrii from  near ^
the fool wall on lite surface gave on ^n,i further lako notico thai aotion  undor
assay as high as $80 in gold to the Ion. Sioooi r„.rtCortlBXJlS5^^_!,e
A peculiar feature of lhe Red  Kock Datod thin 8th day of Novmtiber, 1898.
Mineral Aot 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements.
STo-tiese.
WlSTiCBN IIll.l.,   I'MIKV.   VllKjI.vi.l,  Mdtbral
Cuius,
Sltiitite in tho Osiiymis Mlnlnp Divliilnn of
Yale dlstriet. Whero lucnted: Cumn
Fairvlew.
ESTABLISHED 1836.
Inniipiiinied by Iloyal (.'hurtit.
raid-up capital   -   -   -   $4,866,686 CAPITAL,   (PAID   UP) SIX   MILLION   DOLLARS.
Reserve Fund     ....     1,387,000
London Office: 3Clomon(a' l,;uic, Lombard St
K (.'.
Court of IHreoturs.
J, II. Itrndh', John James Cater, Gaspard
Karror, Hiohard U. Glyn, HonryJ. Ifarrer, Bd.
Arthur Howo, H. J. 11, Kendall, J, .1. Kings-
ford, —'edorio l.iililjock, George 1). Whatman,
Beorotary, A. (!. W'au.is.
Ifuiid Offloe In Canada, St. James 8t,,Moiitroal.
H.8TIKEMAN, J. ELM8LY,
General Manngsr, Inspector.
Branches In Canada.
Loudon, Hranlford, Hamilton, Toronto, ICjiikh-
ion, Ottawa, Montreal, Quoboo, St., Jnhn N, ll
Umiiaon.WIniiipag, Man,, Ift'udorloton, \, n"
Halifax,N, s., \ iulmiii, Viiiiuiiiivi'i', Rossland,
Kaslo, Trail, Slocan Ciiy. and Groonwood U 0
Dawson City, Klondlko, N. tt", T.
Agents In tho United States.
Spokane! Trailers National Hunk, and Old
National Hunk,  Ken-York: („ Wall Stout),
VV. Lawson and ,1. V. Welsh, agonts, San Prau-
clsoo, (121 SanBoroo Stroot) ll. M. J, MoMlolmol
und J. It, Ambi'oso, oghnts, agents,
London Bankers.
Tho Hunk of Knglii',,1 and Messrs. Glyn & Co.
Foreign Agonts.
A ilr,iiicl] of tills Baokiiss m opened at Greenwood. B.C.
Savings Bank deposits of $1.00 and upwards receivkd,
and interest allowed thereon.
APPROVED NOTES DISCOUNTED, DRAFTS SOLD
A (iKSE-AI, HANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED,
  W H. MORRIS, Manaqer, pro tem.
,jfo:c'*5'«*£*j*^
'& ' JL_ _ '  ,v 4> '* •*,,;/.*;VVK'j;wic,<jrv;v*J*;;-^jv;*;;^ -.>
W     v..
f
f
if
f
a.
ti,
iniin'   :,     ^,"i,   llll|l(''    Colonial  Hunk,    Paris
5   I arouard, ISrauss & Co,   Lyons, Credit Lyon-
tuns.
M. J. ANDERSON, Mffr.
(ii'i'i'invoiiil, II. (!.
*4
FULL LINE
OF DRUGS..
Druggists Sundries,
Patent Medicines, Etc.
AT-
'S Pharmacy Greenwood^B.C.
.iS_ia.il. Onlevn _InUo) _o«_.
wfmomommimmmt—"***- *i—c .-—     tmtxx mmmm imu -_*_ mm
&$te.tel£&i.&lL&li.lL_llA^
xtxifi^fifsyxjF
'i
-to
►•':-
'O
to
Vo'
&
tO
*■'*.
&
to
tit,
"io
•-li
'i;
ik
to
*.''_, PACIFIC
RAILWAY
JO PACIFIC ROUTE.
Cheapest . \t
jjkst and
(rtst Route |
onto, Montreal, Halifax,
Boston, New York and
Eastern, European,
Paoific Coast Points.
Cascade Oily held a puhlic meeting on
the 21st of Nnveinher, mid appointed
acoiniiiitli-e to tli'iil'l a petition to the
Ifj-overntuenl setting out the needs of
own and trihut.ary  district, and
tlte i
ta ABERDEEN -
Pen-
,Uih, oxeopt   Sunday,   making cotillons with trains »l Okanagan handing for
,„-' Juiinlion '<> Jol" nml" li"1'  ln,l'ls
8nil went.
(oiib'h Tickets to and from lho Pacific CUst
to Kiwtern imd ICurnpeiui Piiliits.
thut ilti'v were mnderaie in their de*
iiiiinds und rt'coinineiidi-d to the gov*
eminent only such renovations as the
town and district absolutely stands in
need of can In- gleaned hy a perusal of
tlu' following;
Schools—That, the fast, increasing
population of this place renders ii
necessary that a public school building
shnuld be erected. There are now
tui'tiiv-otie school children upon the
roll, untl lhe present school huilding,
which '.vus ereoted at the expense of
the townsile coinpaiiy. is inadequate
to meet the demands und requirements
of the resident school cbildr	
Administration op Justice—That
there is only one resident Justice of the
Peace in this town, ami cases often
arise in which two just ices or u stipendiary magistrate an* required, [norder
tu try a case o
***Vh \.t)iuieni,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
--AND--
Red Mountain Railways/
HIT Y T\1TT
& .1 r.i _i        i'i        uJ     i.*»,
m
t
The  only all-rail route, with- Kgtt   r,
out change of cars, between       Mk   DUSltieSS Lots_>
Spokane,   Rossland        IS   |gjg
and Nelson. . .        *^ST   \V&£
—*-*" sflw upwards.
\m
fAe**~
ll
( h'dice of
►cations from $ioo
f this kind   we  have  to
t®£ Residence Lots ^&,
OOIXG SOUTH,   _S|3 j.' ,..,,.11 ,,,,        :. . ,.
 i,,,3,i.,xx.\\m lAl  iUl   -:.•'■   50X140 at $;5;
mj» 75x120 at $100.
train Ipaving  Mareua jh „ :13 a. in,  'fHf* f*    '    i 7       <
makes close connections al Spokane Ufifijj VJcirGSn.   L^OtS  _-*-_2-2*£<'
with trains for all                                   ?%?_ ( ]
m
DAILY TRAINS,
llOINtt Niill'I'H,
I2i27n. no. '..   MA-COS
Train leaving  Mareua jh L':13a. in.  Hif-ii
mi
Pacific Coast Points.
('lose  connect ions   nt   Nelson
m
n
m
iiaiii sou; watt
acre, 1 acre
acre plots.
ancly,      In
1 acre,   and
'it tV**"* l>ffc
„eatnhoats for Kaslo and all Kooten'av K_s   Deferred payments lf required.
send to Grand corks,  a distance of Lake points. ' fK«i'i'*
fourteen miles, or to Gladati , a dis*     Passengers   for   Kettle   Hiver   and g^
tjinci'of 1 wi'tiiv  miles,   to  piocure a Boundary Creek  connect  al   Mareua Jfy/jfl
second justice. with stage daily. jKSjjj     ^
Mr. Elkins. whnashnrt time ago was O- •*""■*-. Dixoss*, l-^s-*';.
,. .        , ,1,,  denoted lo iilli-nd lo the  police duties                                                 ■ ?-
combining palatial  u V" .   ' 	
ii
V-   *■*tr
.Wa
Libera! reduction for prompt building1.   f|
The Midway Co., Ltd.
ll. (
mi
AND
jONTRKAL,
0.
iSriephiKcars, luxurious clay ooaol.-, |of this low,,,   l,.,s  resigned,  and   Mr.
[nsi and free colonial sloopllig cars run on
■trains.
.Iniin- ll.uvy has been sworn io liy the |
residenl .lu
or lifting coiisiiihle.
■"information us u> time, rales, olc apply to      ^_ ci no mil ice strongly recommend
j Li Smith,     D-R.Mc_.mon,     th* appointment   of auuiher efficient
fgent, I-tiniicton.  Agont. Qreon wood, B. C. | police office, to aet in conjunction wilh \
•y litis oi'i-ti sworn in i.y ine < -„,,„    npnrt*/    nnmm
stico of Peace as a special flUuR   L__M   HUliiL   ,   .   ,
MOUTH OF ROCK I'UKKK.
"EC.    I»__-fc_a<_ —l_iff—,    n_g_-.
&T* A*      SgSfS^
Bob Hall's Stage Line
E J. Coyle,
Mr, i J.11 i'i-y.   This niatter is most  Lin*
f'" »• »< vwji«i Iportant,   iVs is iisuiil with railway con* I ICtusT-CtAss  Accommodation ran G:
Dial.Pass'r Agent, Vaiiramvor.     -11 ucii.iiis    this    town   is   populated 	
1  ,   largely hy it   i-niigl.   element,   aud   in
order to hold ihese people in snhjection
ITTIIi-OIES JcS-Sf  " ;*""il ""ll l*"l'tt"l« P«"c« service  is
GOOD STABLING
Should carefully cons.-lsr
the cost of materia?, and
by fiijuring, find out that
all kinds of
"arExcellerl t—hingon Kettle lUvcr,_ij
oush -:- nnd Dressed :•: Lumber,  *» "•' '•> '-" ''•"'-*-»i wi
0 '   erect ji sititalile  iuiilding for th
Shingles, • Laths, - Eie,,
can be purchased at the
T_ m
AND uAKKLAtih 1 IltJV IldVc
j r*im-r--*—* r.v r-Jj*u.*3Vi.*..
reipiired.
1 ut trr and Jail—Thai there is no
1 mn I house nr j ill ill til's town.
WH    WPRR   Livery, Feed and
.11.   VV COO,       ' c-,1-1.•,!,'-•-
,,-,!,, ' aale alaUlc3 . .   .
tm- ;;io.'t iitiii'iii Ioc tin* erection ol a
jjul.   The  Uie C.ij-i ade   Development j
(mui y has Kt-tie; oust y Otf ered a  iot «__"v Practical  As. .._..,...,.,....-..,-..        -
Inch  '11
his pur-  -ji-p, p
liose, and  5our petitioners Mint  lhat,
ji it 0 11ic "\|ii-iiii!lurc uf I he ahuve >itin
so appropi-inled,  ji  suitable  huilding
could be 1 iiii-triicli'd.
/.flflii    P-fllfC    ,Q*3W-lill    2*5mau,  Debts Court—That   ymir
' 111 iimi nl'ji mu.ill ilcl'ls ciiitil   for (Jas*
CHEAPEN THA- cade  Ciiy.   Cases arise daily wherel ____,♦«_-—
-uch .ui instil ut inu i-. necessary,
• tzv ■    1 ■
•'-'■•"     Owtojj* lo ihe want ul such a court,
many small delius are allowed to pus.-  !_C_> ©2>a_-3?i.3-&. _3
unpaid—the   elaimants pt-eferriiig to
n, 1   ,, 1   n      •     1 forego Iheir riulits rather ib.iii go to
-:• Firewood $1 Per Load. -:- I.hut, md -_**---i„- ,u s«..ding t„:
Grand Foiks for  lhe   issuing of  lite
papers requisite to enforce payment,    I
Roads AKD Bridheb—Thai al  the
i Carrying* Her MajeSy's Mails )
Meets the steamer Aberdeen fit Penticton on Mondays, Y\ idnesdavs and  Saturdays.      Passenp'ers Lo
and from   Fairview, Osoyoos and Oroville,   Wash,
delivered   in   quick   time,    and    by   comfortable
conveyance.
A |   Penticton, E. C.
m: R. S. UUll, Projj.
BUILDER.
idway, 6. C
ome at las
ANYW.-SZ-- ^v *'•■'•-
♦♦♦♦
\-rf"Srr~,.
(
J'x
h
I A. IU k
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly   and   Neatly
Executed.
J,    K     NimnCAil   Diinn   north-wet-tern port ion uf ibis town, the
a a. omipbuii, r'i op. (,„.„, ,..,„,illK ,.1«il..lll.lK.,I.|_*ittlrt n>....(-.. ■ -^carriage painting a
to lhe Boundary (westward) is almost SPECIAITY
impassable, arid exceedingly dangerous        	
hostages and private parlies passu,gJ
(jljl   over tbis liit'hujiy.    This cujnmittee
have been u formed that, apart  from
ISueto—sors to I!. Nf, l'aylovi '■ tin- regular mail stages, al leasl seventy
\   -r, ■ Hve teams per day pass over this road.
film       Pi'lfl-^I-V    lu this ci.nneclion we can sta'e lhat „     ,   , ,,
UllU   Ul Ud.i'iOt'i ,    ,  , ,  -'""d Accommodation
oo we have a spleiided stage service, and
Vernon, B, C. are ol  opinion  tlmt   the  promoters,
Koop a. KIretrOla— stock of afier   spending  a    large amount  of
Drugs, Chemicals """u'y ''"' ""' l""1"'1' ,|i"iiM'"'1" "f
&                       ' their lines should he entitled lo some
Patent Medicines government   support  in the  way  of
.,.,..      .    . . providing a suitable highway,
and  I Ollet Articles The bridg-M.-hich crosses the Kettle
LL our winter stuck of Dress Goods
* have arrived, new, seasonable and
fashionable, the latest patterns in brocaded
Brillantines, Plaids of ail kinds, plain Brillan-
tines, Silk lustre, latest French importations
of blai k and colored Cashmeres and Serges
\Z**»/N-*/
>
L
-OIVKN TO	
i-ostokkic: im*: \\\,
.n     n ,      ni ' ii      river, below   Cascade  falls,  and  lhe
anO    yPOlUl     Attention j "'"ad leading thereto, were on or ahout
lhe 18th day of Augusl Insl taken over
by i In- local government, and a cheipie
TWI ATT      OT?T\T-7T?Q    '>>l"''1  '"  ""' Cascade  Development
■lT*l**l"W    \Jl\JJllrvO.  C pany  for saine,   amounting   lo
, $7uO,00, which check bus not lieen paid,
Inu payment ofsneh chei|tie has been
I'epudialed liy the government.
The l'riiviucial lliiveriimeiil has mil
ti nny time—exceptir.g the expenditure of !ii7r> aboui one year ago—expended nny money for the construction, maintenance of repair of the road
.ir liri,lne above referred l.o,
We also recommend Ihe appropri-
iiiiiii.ii.il expenditure of moneys for
l in- cotisiruelion and repair of trails
■adit.g lu the dift'erenl mining camps
iu ihis vicinity, and we further recommend ihu appointment of altu-al supei*
mn■ndeiii nl iiukIs and bridges, The
iBrriUirycovered hy tbepreseul official
issiimisi tlmt ii Is impossible for him
..    that care in the dilfi rent see*
t s ol   this districl  ilmi  iltc rapid
" ciitti try deuiiiiids,
Tiik I'noit ami 1nihiii.;X'|'—That the
atientiiin of this eiiinii.iilee has been
| drawn In-.hi'  existence  in   iliis coin-
ti. I\' front time to lime uf various
rtfi ns   su  ei'iiig   fruu,  lhe want  i f
hmc  liei
W. DALRYMPLE
^•B:*,--0:,c'*»l     -B-H*-cl_Et-n.i-n-l-
KAUIVIKW, i;. c.
All Kinds of Reiialcir,-!.    Horseshoeing
A Spociallh.
J. w, inm:i-v,),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLI
MIDWA.', B, ...
Fine Watch Repairing- a St
All Woi'lt W.iiiiini,.,!,
'■'tt
i S-2,,1
Wfl'»!*.'.JHW.l.n—»,
I>. M'cDUFF
General ElacLsn.i,
GREENWOOD, B. C.
H.  KEYES, Prop.
Best Liquors and Cigars,
First -Class Sl:
ARMSTRONG   B.C.
Seed Wheat For Sale.
jaai_s_5_5__"Wi___-rjii3aEaBa
Parties needing jj*oo<
clean la 1 seed whea
for planting, shouL
call tm [. A. Coulson
Midway, 13, C, win
has two famous vari
tries, the	
Fancy Brocaded Dress Patterns . . .
No two alike, in colors of brown, purple, blue and
green, also ji full line of domestics.
Dress Trimmings . . .
iii jet, steel. *ilk braid, natallic. and tubular,- Buttons .ii all kinds Ladies, childrens and infants
underwear, lams, toipies and capes, in fact every-
ihina  vou nnn wish for.   Knitting wool in plain
A Full Line of . . .
Mens, yotillisiintl boys I'lothihg, Irish fri'/.e ulsters.
pilol jackets iti lieaver and chinchilla, full line of
all-wool underwear, overshirts in lihle and st.'ipcd
Hannel and serge, nrctic sweaters, Geriiitm sox,
mitts jiii.i gloves.
A full assortment  of GROCERIES, TOBACCOS anu
MINERS' SUPPLIES always on hand.
,.kiIE,  _,_   -a
C O-      B_Ii.,l"'*- tet__y, 3B
3C
Early Genessee Giant
\ N11
Dawsons Golden Chaff.
Mlllll-llcs   Cllll   ill'   J-eell   III    llilill'v   I'"*   store
Mill way.
Practical House ad
1   tk I i  "{s   I   ii 1 N
arnage
 __ \f Hang.ng Graifllngand sign Painting. Also Kalsomining
FOR SALE "     and all kinds cf Decorative Work executed by
A Good Hay Ranch IL Nash 1 Co., Midway and Greenwood City.
Located about three miles from
Greenwood City on Boundary
Creek.
For Tkums Apply to
"the advance."
imaXtrrvirir.xT-ar.'riasa:-.man-.-*ommi-isi—•
1.0
A,l Killlls
aclion uf c,
1,1 Wo rk Kxi'i'ii,,.,, ui
UstDinotv*
.;,„, pss&m «™ 1 Commereial Job Printlug.
ismn tic i        hy
 ni,tent for the care of llidi-
I gent persons. i
AT "'Pill': ADVANCE.
BROOKLYN  HOUSE.
GREENWOOD CAMP, BOI NDAHY CREEK,
,  .•      r... t,..i,i.|Ii'i--   lirsl-i'l.iss  .Meals Served,
d  \x contmodntioti for Iran in > • > '
G0od Livery Stable In connection. GREENWOOD i,
-   - ■  Let   "■
CITY-*- P
I* the Central Town and Supply PointoftbeBounditry
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Commercial and Mining meh should pu!
a; the Fairview Hotel when in cam*.
JT10N, EVERYTHiNG EMI
.: v wh'
Cieek Mining Camps.   From this NVw T«'.m i ■»;-
lead to die
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
■ Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lot* are Selling Freely and are a Good Investment.
w.
ptosp-tiir Ggo J. Skeekar.
tt  gi rera-   n
Y ropriei-r
' i "* ■ V I .
men! s t-
,\ hi h ::- *•' — :** v*"'ri"
carrying on intact There are, bow-
era-two fund—mental em-is in this
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,,i! tuv eU ■ wu•i:;'.vj-i'.j.-.-.ii*'n.
Tw..   FrSDAMKNTAl     BRBORS
tbe firs! pla« th* pi-weni adininisi
TH.QS, WAKF
= FALLS HOTEL.,.      «s*
For Prire of Lot* and Other Information. Address
.vine!, was, by tbe way.  admittedliy  j-^,   ^oli\   j«   rtntraliv  ux-a.-sd nnd is  a  stopping  place   f
t-oiuc'aVnl with its assumption of the Qq^ fishing in ibe vicinity.   Oood stabling.
government  of  tbe country, further
than it is entitled to by tbe adoption -•   - ■-*■• -• --■- *
of a policy which utilizes the bounties
of nature, and the benefits of natural
dev.
A va-ietv of lhe choicest brands of'iquors and cigars a; tbe '_-..
.SITUATED AT   ..---.--  BOUNDARY FALLS. B, f
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood City. Bonnd-.rv (.'r^k. B. C.
Tj • -
waa o^
seiriiUv
Or Apply to Agents.
C, F. Co-it.:;to\". Vernon. B. C.
_ent, to the best advantage of
inanity a* a whole.
■•■ t.-i :t:Jstak- Mr. F-.-stermade,
icv is being followed to*'
tm i>-1- -.'-. rwa* i'iie of ex
A.  K. Stuart,  Vancouver.  B. C.
tt.- -J &&^£&£m'
VERNON ■ SAWMILL
SMITH  A  McLEOD, Propricturj*.
t.-■::.*- -..-j-i emavag.-.; protection, wei    Sashes, Door*-. Mouldings. Tumings.etc. All -indsoffaa -,
new t.'i'L'-.'. d**-*Jar**d before the last'        ,   i        • t        , i i #-*      .   c-.   ,
'.".-. .   .-   work kept in stock and made to order.    Loast  Cedar work-v
general ele*-—on, is a revenue tar.n., i -••-...
"reduced to the needs uf honest, --••>-. jn*e Furnishings a Specially. All kinds of Lumber. L.*.r. .,;.;
Domical and efficient government,* *C '; "
tariff which, "while not doing injuries shingles kept in stock.    Best materia! always in stock.
to any class, would pjomote domestic _____.____.__,,__
and foreign trade, and hasten there
Sawmill on O-ax.uux Like. Handy to Shipmevt.   Sash a_** i-.i
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r t
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_ _. _.    tarn of prosperity to our people.
UitShSA-f     what tke Chasce has BKEf.-The
first   budget  spee* h of the   prejs«*nt !
Minister of Finance,   indicated   the
manner in which tliis anti-elect—m dec*
Fact.hjv ox ('. P. R.. Vernon.
— ** >*»J>a _ _**■ aaaa **~v
Tpavellers Insoranee Go,,,
rrorrrrfrn'TCttrr
[>lvp.
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rrrrrrort
tat—lion was to it —flaug—rated,   lt «
■_   iu   abolish niaur  specific J
ing every manufacturing industry in £
! the country using these as  ra,i  ma- *
te—aJ.   Moreover, it i-reatly increased ♦
the tree i'.-t. ami red.: sd the dutie* on
4    duties oh iron and steel, thusadv-Utag*
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= Midway Meat Market = j
K. A. MAHHES, Proprietor.
♦    jj-ritLs
itSt Vr.lt    I.V
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Charter*, d 1863.
stoik Life and
Accident Insurance.
Issues thebest life insurance
conracts in the world. No
disappointment ss to dividends. Everythir.-f C';__r,
te*.*d in advance. Premium
rates, 15 to 35 per cent less
jhan those of old line .Mutual companies.
ASSETS.
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$20,884.53 *
LI.ABILITfES. . .   I7.9JO,26o.j *
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SLRPLLS   ....  2,070.424.3 J
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and n<vw by a ijtt.-u-te
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At this establishment customers can get choicest cuts of
BEEF. MUTTON. PORK and VEAL
•   • Ilo—-ig-erator on _ie pre——sea
J There—ire Meats att*i always fr* sh snd sweet    Call tmd p-t.» <• •.' f* r {
^ for dinner to-day.
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inters I
Cescece
''-'/^"    Hc'dcusritrs fo mining* men
i vliitin?  the  Christina   l_k
ut,der ■
i>ta;h Beuefil
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f Loss- Bod, I'-.-.- ,.-&,-. 1.
£ _:e^ ci Or..- H«;.: l_d Om
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♦ any p-_**-*nifer    •:,
Liniits of Weekly  Ii]denrjr|ity Sl.
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motive power I
spe-.-ified
lie 1 j.i.t.w.- .»^ ;i j
team   cable,   ur   eh
mid   shall heDOUBL
r -irhieh tlie claim is 1
to  Prokessioxal   AXD   Bl
X   Cost $52 A  VE
J M'EK.ASD COMMERCLAL TiCVVELERS.
J Other sums ai proportionate rates^^^
I Hr^. SE. _Sfl*0_3__«XS_,
*   AGENT FOR SOUTHERN BRmSU^COl CMBIA. MIIHVaY B. 1 .  «,
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CASCADE CITY. B. C.
C. H.Thom-xs, Prop
district.   Stopping place Ir
stages on  route frcn
Marcus to Bouridarv
Creek  points.
-■ itsy '.: en
pre tenl ta
•-!.t. **f -** I*2-i
ftit&h import ;
r -j : redm tion,
uuK-r^Ks, of course
;. Inspiteofall
is ded_ted t-
K-TA»i.l *!l Kl)   1—3.
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
LADNER'S;   -   BRITISH   -   COLU.MEIA
Our  Specialties Varieties Profitable in British Coluni
1 rees Free from Pests.
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§ E. G, Prior & Co.,
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$ Carry a full stock at Vernon of...  H
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IBEBB iBEOTHEB D-ASticGH-WOES
This is only r*ne instjwice, t.h"ii^-ii ad*
mitt,-!!)-.'iin^; imi'-.tt.'.nt on■■.... Uw  FRl'IT   AND  ORNAMKNTAL TREES.   PLANTS  AND  VI\E>?
_annei in  whirh th** poticv of th*-       s<.n,4 (nr P™o C- . 1  r*   11 ,<
...       .   tt    ■ otiiQ ior ! ret- Latalosue.        L. HiTcin-ksov  Nm.-i*
present adnnnstratwu is notacontinn-f f*."    I ■•*-•• iHii.i,t.Ksw, .»i.s,!,,,i
■ii*. -.- fi t_ei'ii.-fi.;i ..\,,l liy i;.s j,r«it-.  -t--. . -       -    .    .        .;—:  -
w-s-soi-  Tteebange uf th. F«lenil **** „**,lt**e**t** t^ ¥ ****
RAILWAV OR NOlAILWAY
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I [xanui •   >i the d_graceful s«:-rttjdi,!s ♦ *
«.'.:■ b so inanred tbe i-.---.-rd of the i itr
a departing frnui
fo
It
fo
fo
fo
fo
fo
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Br<. ui it- C;-.rrtt'Z- Co's Democrats,
V\ agons, Bujggies and Carts.
Massey Harris Binders.
Toronto <>.n_ Brantford Mowers
and Fiay Rakes.
Olive Plow Cos Gang. Sulkey
and Walking Plow.-.
fo
fo
fo
_^___0NE THING IS CERTAIN
adminislj—ition,
th*-..MHioy which b«ha*i.ii»ni«i.:\Ve have furniture on the wav in CAR LOAD I ()!'<     -i
dons effect  apon  tb.- .-stiuiation in. • •*—»•>■  akj.-\u l,vx**
•vi,, h thr Lh.iiuinion is to-day heW ip :
"th^r lands.    Tlie aetirity shown in
«mingi».aad complet-iR, import. Bed RoOttl Sets
••it pulihc works which wiil Iv-netit the
[X minion as a whole, is a striking d<-]
in a few days will be able to ofier our patrons
Chairs and Tables      Lounse*?,
Sideboards, etc.   etc.   -   ■
parture from the old policy of ukwuj-
latency and delay   0:: thi* no better! ALL OF THE LATEST PATTERNS AND DESIGNS
At     ;..ast   t-,..i; .-at, lv f.und than in tte . »,„    _ —»■«.■•_
T    deepening of tbe .St. Lawrence canal, AN0 aT ^IC^ *'*HCH WILL DEFY COMPETITOV
•'■     when-, this season alone, more wi -k i	
has l»f u  done,  than during several,
fo
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RE?A;F;S FCR MACHiHER>' *     Agent at Vernon,
*.'.":' ~i  SV TJtti tt
^    Hs-vtous *«a_i...wing lo the aban-IWe are agenu for the NEW WILLIAMS and RAYMOND SEWING MAC!
/^    wmuigofthe policy  wnicl. kept the!
iji    work dragging alonu. that it might lv
A     utiliw**! advantageou-y for the Ivnefit  T.   M.   Gllllv 8? Cc\      -   ClrcttAtTTtmfkA   R    C.
H. 5CHILTZ. T    o{ Koverntnent   candidates   prior to ^UUy  OC  UO.,  -   UreenWOOQ- D. ^'
elections, and the adoption in its place   __
of a poUcy of rushing ihroitgh a nn«st
ueceissary   improvement, berause the .TMP
THE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY. KETTLE RIVER.
First Chas Accvimm.-dation.   Hood Staging.   Teiuinus of Stage Line
from Minus. Washington.
•*-**-*»i*vi»*AIWW|**||*t,
trade of the cwunt,-j* demanded it. and
tns hampered by tiie innumerable .if*
lays.
These urea few of tne 1 hanges that
bave iven made from the okl poHey,
aad it.* a small compliment to the
inteiligs-n^oftheYoungConserratiTes
01 Toranto, aod of the country, to offer        *'' "^ W «l*ne<\ the ahove hotel at Oreencood Cilv. ana are prej**^
themsmria bwwd statement of the   *f •*•*'"""'' *■•*-■■*»• and provide good aceommodation.   G.H-d Catering.   '<   '
■xr    » T-,- ^ «tuatior.. a»t.iee_*Min_teiof Finance class Livery intable.
McAUi*Ef & KEIGHTLEY. Proprietors      5^cttasyedtotodoing *" his r^em   i
PIONEER - HOTEL
Greenwood Cm   Boundary Creek. B. <
W. NELSON
PROPRIETOR U. AM' ****>*■'
P. L. S., returned
-V to-day-
A.cording to the latest n-ports  the
aii.u_i.iij.its.iuof the Dier. D_-*i__-0 „   .
RustWi nn panse*  bete is   Uit   Vet   ac-
coilipilsli*-.    There 15  s-nne   utlch   !c-
; r ,,':   ix local Ivsrrtster,  ..^jm-j the endorsement of the debts
-•,.;... notary public tor „-0!tM,f ;_r t__tp_ok__odjMr.Rus—»JJ
hj<sgi-oe to the coast with the Iuten-
~M hoilt aloog • pw* lion uf artaugsng ih.- mailer.
.■-.■:  nor* to  Midway'    A (.'(.lisUua**   tree   festival   is  to  lie.
itanappearance. given to the child,en on the Iri:h inst.
. , . -wildinc littiu -Mr.     The tswu%_i\ei  mil!   i>  atom   co_fr
"'   ■     ' &   jjk   ,,f   [..eie-.; and shounI be trasUlag  ute  be-
V     V.
..  Ut. days  a   foie Christinas.
,1 Can p MeKiuuev.
,■ v -..stake I    Accord-
A
Fine
Assortment of
Writing
Pads
Letter and
Noie.Size . . .
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J, ft. UNSvYORTr
DRUGGIST
•III'WAY - B.C.
The Ruby Bond-sd.
- Onihelo-.h iiist.   tbe  Baby  claim.
...     ta.-t.ttetiaiueVtXf- (|^   (|   BouodlirJ    p-,|-    ,i;.j;
. ... ; .r  tne  Kil.ttij:    '        ,       .,       , ii r Mia
.* •   •' ' -wnea tar Mr.  George  <.»■;». ui Si.:
. sooth. *.3b..«-.hrprx*-n!   _mji-d<|U||f|_i  w  ,,.....d  ,„  *,* .
'. Koo.Uii Harris, representing  B  _ ind
■ - iref ,vor.i'!>.eani UiiUl- capitalists.   The j- ndinffcuos • ;•-.,..t ■■■
■   :.■ Keond two ei-  is'liesiiiiinf j»i-*J,p. ti-e par cent ofl
.....   ::.eti will  in  the   abtch or -jtlW »as |-aid u,*jii Ibeexecia-
, -, ;.ii-_'e hotei an '.imp; ikm of (he bund.   Tbo iml ance is made
I payable iu two instalments ihe tirst of
■,.v   Chris.<u*s  Tree and j *S*.*U »u or liefore tbe e_pir_Uou oi
■ ' b eo-aetbiog to look '■ '*■'** *oA a ....it mou:ii-.and tne >.-...x.c,
■fbe  evening of Fridav ,-l\th-t) on  o. More tbe «pi«»fc»
.'. ft„ i_en«Sectedfot t-ejof-imonths.   TheHuhyisa o-pp*--**,_ , _
oi ;he a-mewUI be held  RoM pn^tusiUen, ii.-n. *i*e -re oi ..uu-b
U*-^ 999 ^oio-z a m c p COSTERTON
j<) teet ind-ptb and    a diift ot iseveral
feet, icpi—ifois the pi iacipal worfcd me YKRXOS k c
:■■    '■ *  <■■*'-•■«    U''{    ^     Zilr^
The Russell HardwareCo.,
-«afc1_a____^j-j2^'rji2S5^*,>^_si-*y
*■•:■     - *. ■       lily they an
"" *
-"^^Oon t de'ci*'. for the stoves _re selling ever*- day,=
t < *',,'-**
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Grdcj-s by Wall Receive Prompt Attention,
■^^•S-r-Flg51--S^j?l^_6_i£g^
••   f the firm  of  Dick-
R —Uud. tod Si
r,   passed   thr.. t.h , y % ^ on ^^ o, >n g^,^ syDdi.
,    g  ibe  week in wnipany  wW| „--._, penOed foi „ time En tbe
•-'   T.  P.tiey, a  capi.a..st  ot   j^-undary fn^J; district ind  lbec  re-
!?•  }u_bed_Ut_e properties in which
■■ ■'..-, ■r--i,,,. of Duj-ks. -pent a; '.hey acie iutervsled,
j,.nu  diuini*   Ihe **-a.«t! "*"
l    1--   \-i;   for  bis  -ncue. ;       Smelter for Boundary Creek.
•:- district1 Mr. Pemberton]    When Mr.   Why.e a high C. P. B*
-} jir r, R.Taylor, of G»——»-{official   retu..-tied   fr-iui   Montreal   to
r sheriff for the  whole <f; Wtntiip**.' the other   day. he st.-.i--d
-s ihetbem-homerer
to,l tiie C. P. R.  l'omp..i,y    had   ie
ekied to erect  ■ 1,000 ton smelt--!   it
ihe  Bonndarf Ct
itry, in aa-
i Kreal capers, bav-
■.-.',,-    mrbi   ,vj   vat-.,-v of :j,iiway constrii'jtior., s,i  slVj
.,    ,'   ,    **,_ ,,i,. ia    SViniiii-e**   disjuuh   to  "he  Xew;
AI tti\ a :- ^.n xx.} i ■    ■
rer. dec-trio*? thai
NOTARY PDBLH.
Agent   J"o_-»**»—
Thk Royal Ixsubaxcs C v.
The Ixjxdon and Lvxcajshire Fibe
ISSU-iXCM COT.
The   Ijssc—_s*cs Oot. of  N uth
.      __-Ri__
The Lo-dox axd Caxadian Fike
Ins-ran, e Oot.
. summer we -.
ihe shade.
B. B   N.i.'
Mr.  N
Advert-w-r.    If   Mr.  Whyte hjis ta
corwetlv rei'-orl-d, ih-.*n wm  'he  \t
N- i \S
v tawi
,Z;.-.   of
bardi] anyon   will  irainsay, foi  thej
_iii.jj.iv.il ma: v evidences, tbat th*-v
ioj;  -ti
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red  v*s
rh urge
K «iii-
.1 -   le
• nd :   lio ao.    it that they »';! not
«r*it  bf   railway  facilities  to  a>?is*
hein in thn tt d rtaking, is news al-
....... loo good Ui be U-me.   Il is b ped
'    .' Mr.Wi.v  e. .... ;.r   ;.»!• -.. is WOltb}
ten .j'
Bt     if tl
1 bumm in bis own i men y.
j,..,.j ,,
.   Ra
CAMP ndONNEV N0TE5.
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ce mnt-
■jjji'j; c-j.r .'ur. ■>,.*rc.';*-J^ j.j.j.i
i nous.
Wor-isoon in full swing in camp.
j ■ il on
to it;.-.',:""nai •-•""'«*■*"'•' IbepaF-rolloftlH
!' 9  wi]
'tic be-
he (B-
l unhoo, three _lifu h in*j employed
j;. sinkitij; tbe mains—aft, .* hi e .. force
..... ...
f,,-   k*.
i»l :;''-ii it: thrst.'j,»s K*e;.' be s!.-mt' tijio
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j. — town—
• Camp McKinney,
ir—ent one oo Um Sn
-.ii! Um r.ii-.i... ConsoU* I" U» Minnehaha the i-tr.'.u, art:- is
-••: fr.'. MJU- ■•• r,,.] i,,*t *' **"•"'» sU'ting and -rood headway is
townsite on Um _H -e a_di ****H "'*de. Professor .\i mtg mery,
msand Uie owners of the 'hepresident of ibe wxnpany, is ex-
um wQldoKkewiw- [peeledin cnain in the cot—-s-  of the
The Miners Home,
^y_ S. KEITH. M. £.
M DuaanoldtiuMMidwsyite
er of property here, was in
VM-S-
,   ASSAYER  AND  CHEMIST.
G—KEST1   OP j' C.
prOFERTlt> —UVOtSBA-1 REPO-TEDOS
Supt. Murphy on the W.it-rl.xi is
I also dainu; good work, the shaft being
: a«qua-ite_ca dunng .•„„■„ «,..„u 711 feet.
Warahant a year Mr., Mr.S^d,>ev Johnson bas just com*
nrr-d on an ___aa«« ,,:H,d the s..rvev of tbe townsite on
-ness in tirewiwood. iheSa«or___ iberinp of ac^new-
agohe dectdedto rail   .„ ,„„,, ..M,K;Nn,.v-;. , „.„, ,;>,jj.
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THIS HOTEL
.A    -
be tenant being Mr. G.
Kit-view.    Being pos-
ir.tirit;-*  eneriTv     Mr.
il'te |.r..i'itt;,
I
if   tl
ipaoy
is    'tl-   it'll nie'-ll
h ive  the street..
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properly denred «i.h as Uttir d-.-l.,v ts
-ungamandfbr-noppor* ^,..,i,,.. ^„du.< wm
-■'■ ■ :j.*ii.*'' it bus:;.■-.... ,    ,   .    .   ■     , - •
ae ton n 1 * 11 g 1 ..ji oul on .1 «• ry
'  reqontt of the  people **•*.    Mr. Q. R Naden who has
i   ISty    tl.it    si'u:._.  rmled tbe camp states tbat ktte »
'y t'nn sh.ui ,| 1^ h :,i   '• f.'t * 1.•'"'-':'■ i.'ti.
hi answered, and tbe first      During t_e week Mr.t'.!- B. Green
I - .1
The Bank of
Montreal.
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E. MORRIS, PROP.
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OF THE
It   is .'--.jit-d  by Victoria
' the future, as Ht.ji H* nt   property
Ut in,l ei-'jitihie. aiai »i;i  partieK,
•t-'.d->f ail nh.. desire to W'h.i! miith' hivt- t .-.I't.Hi in -i Ma
0 served, instead .if serv-! fire at ihe Camp M.Kinney hotel ni*
: '   -f  lhe County Court : caused! y the expio.i ,n  ,-f a  in. y. j;
Real Estate snd Mining Brokers.
B. SADEN
Midway on th- 30th of' one Of the bed 1... -n... * ru. u!v tiu-.TI A_ l(-„m„„ , T
Litigants should   l,:,r":-*v,*^„,  je-lt:,,,,,"    HANK   \W   MfiNTBRAI
»>'d  preplrv  themx-Kes   anpiuJtlionof... fe*  buckets  of »atet.-"A^^   W*1    llAUil 1 ili-ALI
t- soon bad Um desired effect
■P ac-Mr. Alex Sha«»r i*»-t    °,,r sh">i   i,">',k<  np "exl "'**•'
•-•* from hi. brofber Dno Wh?  '^' >'*'l!ll^,*'r's "ii! D»v* l""t
Hre Insurance a Specidlty**
^'IBP_PS^rx*^_.*'5_R3!l?.^S_!'
WAGES!
J"<>*  for  the Klondvk-i
«i-eks f<,r tbe Xmas.   bohd
:;::t;,:!Is now open
"i*!ing.   0nUs—-*-:-    •** - ' M'•■"'<,' '!-"*'i • **♦''■ effectively conducted
^"^ththn^oooof J^^^f^'^.'^^r^'on^CoDper St.,
;"f  -WJW,  and   he   savi  he *"™<t*tu:e   bavin,*   tncre^enl   ''^ //     L      -
■   Providence ai|„,ved"hin,  toUW"ive*  wilh   "Vf-^   V********   »»«tl
IN THE
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01.
««>p th.,. n,e d**** ■?' ITwiUswa *s:ffl 7'n'"'r Greenwood.  B. C.    k{>
"-Mthronieto .he airiv.. "f "lv>Un '" ^'^'^ ,h'> -s*«H______-— —-—        V?/
in-'ii; iti nadtnc it a distrt,.*. mho ,|.
The Sunday evening services it lh<
* »weet youiigman.   Arriv-
* *• -Mr. Sh.s^rsoon found      .     . . , ,
*  fti-ndsand   will,   these   >''"N'1   h"'~'   "f>  W,'i!   ^»»Jtt.    the
*'■■<■■<•. and with niccese a« e:,r'""'1   ■fflohriy dwciwrse  of   our
'".' :''!"'*   noush t„ !,H'a-e  "J'I','"!''r  Ule Rt'v*   W*   A* r""P!^u
;"":;*i.   Mr. Shwr woii'd-W"t?  fl'"5'    i,l'l,rvcil!-lsi-    *•>■■«   t1"*
;i*r'*'J',nhi,-„ n«_l torn*: " u*lf-*11*"--5-**"'H>e---ivi*>e. pewded
'overly Mis.  Sinl.irm- ts exceedinirlv
*n
th
iree i'
e Impei
>ni
if
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to the
the m
rn H0TF1 AT
t2a&':'-awtMt*tfSmmr* ttm
Camp McKinney. 9. C
! r.i-'A house-, neatly furnished,
: modem conveniences, tending
iruests. Strict attention p-ic to
.hcs of eustomeps at ai! times.
*5?|^
'" "-u'- !h.- Riot-dyke b
''"■'*• who Itno
;' t-e'lf.
well rend ired.
ws  how   l4ni() M  K,, ,1(.T  R (.
i Ue... I0tb. 18B8
G.A.HENDERSON, yif   [VI]p|] H!i!!l#V,    -   PPOpPietOPS. •vvuiiLrniw    UilLLIY   lyillXllXU    WW    IT14LI1UI-   UUiUI ilill,   LIU,
Incorporated October 21st, 1896.
'.3B.CK
Capitalization $1,500,000, in $1 Shares, Treasury Stock 700,000 Shares.
COMPANY'S PROPERTIES.
The Company's mining properties now consist of fourteen claims, viz, the D. A., G. A. R, Bi
Ledge, O B, S. H. B., Fred D., S. F, J. A. C, P. H„ C. S. & H, E. C. B,       '   ?
Prospective,  Spokane and  Granite  Falls.
I?
SIX OF THESE HAVING BEEN ACQUIRED SINCE INCORP
DESCRIPTION,
ORATION
OFFICERSOFCOMPANY:
-  -  - -  President
D. A. HOLBROOK       -   Manager
E. JACOBS - - - :'-   Secretary-Treasurer
On Ihe "D. A " is a vnin about 'JX
inches ivide.'with a nay*streak of 4 to
12 inches; from tnis 8,653 His. (if ore
whs shipped to the smelter, giving
$103.15 gold per ton, silver 74 7-10 ozs.,
and 2 per cent. lead. A tunnel is lieing
driven on this vein fi-mii which ore is
lieing'taken. On the same property ts
a larger vein (quart!*) currying galena
and pyrites.
BANKERS
BANK OF MONTREAL   -        Vernon, B. C
The "G. A. K." has a 30-foot shaft,
sunk on a 2-font vein, heavily mineralize—with an intimate mixture of iron
and copper pyrites, galena, lilende and
silverglance, Theflncsi, pieces of wiresil-
verfoniul onBoundaryCreek were taken
from this shaft. Aveiage assays from
different places across the vein gave
$8.00 gold, 60 tm. silver; also §8.00
gold and 150 ozs. silver and one, the
latest return—$15.05 gold and 100 4-5
ozs. silver per ton.
On Ihe "Big Ledge" is a 10-foot
quartz vein, mineralized wilh iron
pyrites. This vein has been opened
up by cross-culs on the surface fri-500
feet. A narrower vein bas lieen
opened up, lieing one font wide, carrying considerable copper pyrites, and
runs into the main ledge as a spur, on :
which a tunnel of 10 feet has Ix-n, j
driven. Average assays gave $.*'.-' gold
and 11*10 ozs. silver, and $40.35 gold
17.J ozs. silver, 2 pel cent, copper
The "0.rR" has two distinct veins-
one 25 fi-ei|wide which, from its strike
and general character would seen, to
lie the .same vein as tb".! on the Big
Ledge, although sufficient bas not
heen done to make this conclusive.
The "second vein has at present a
j width of nearly three feel. Assays
have shown values in gold from $4.00
to $170.53, while a conservative sampling by Mr. S. S. Fowler, M. E. gave
$20.00 in gold.
On the""*;. H. B." are two converg*
ingjveins of copper aud iron pyrites,
on which work is now being don*?,. An
average assay gave, gold $1.50, silver
10' ozs.,:jJcop[>er 11.00 per cent., or
$40.44 for all values.
F
1
This company is registered under the
Companies   Act,   1890, and amending
The '-Fred D." was located in De
cen, ber,J 1805, more as ground for a
basis for mining operations for the
other claims than for ils present value,
although there is little doubt that tbe
large vein on the O. B. runs through
it. There is a small vein of galena on
this elaini.
acts, in the office of the Registrar in
Victoria, B. C, for 1,500,000 shares at
$1.00, ,non- assessable, of which a
portion of the Treasury stocK is now
offered at 10 cents a share on application to the company.
The "8. F." lies lei weed the fi. A. B
and D. A., in .the direction ot tb<* strike
on the 6. A. R. vein. This location has
een made on a vein of pyri-het ite.
The ",T. A. 0." has a large iron-
rapping running through it. from the
Anacondi, at a depth of a few feet.
Ibe ore carries a considerable percent
age of of copper and $10 in gold.
Tbe remaining six cl.-tims.-ire all good
prospects, but as yet very little development work has heen done on
hem.
J
CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION
-OFAN-
Extra**Provincial Foreign Company.
"Companies   Act, 1807."
the waterloo 71ininu and millinu
COnPANV.
Registnrod the „th day of October, 1S98,
I HEIIKHV CERTIFY tlmt I have this day
I registered "The Waterloo .Mining tun! Mill,
lug Companyj'iw nn exim-l'roviiieial Company
under tho "Companies Act 1_*" to carry nut
or offec! all or any of lhe objects hereinafter
set turili, to which the legislative authority of
thc Legislature of Hritish Columbia extends—
Tho head oHlec of the rniniianv is situate at
the City of Spokaiic.Slatc of Washington U.S.A.
Tho amount of lhe capital of the oompany is
One Hundred Thouwii.d dollars, divided into
one million shares of ten cents each.
The head ofllco of the company in thb Province is situate at '-amp McKiutioy, nnd
Thomas Graham, -niner whose address is Camp
McKinney aforesaid, is the attorney for ibe
company.
Theobjocts tor whieh thc company has been
establUliwl arc:-To work, operate, buy, si-il,
lease, locate, acquire, procure, hold nnd dual in
generally, mines, nu-lals, mineral claims of
every kind aim description within the Culled
Slates of America and Ilritish Columbia, to
carry on and conduct a general mining business
smelting, milling nnd reduction but—iosx; to
purchase, acquire, hold, erect and operate
electric light and power plants for Hie purposo
of mining and treating ores, and for tbe purpose
of fueni—ling light* and eventing power for nil
Stirpo**—; to bund, buy. lease, ;i«ioto and hold
Itches' flumes, and water rights; to construct,
lease, buy, sell and operate railroad.*., ferries,
tramways and other means of transportation,
for transportallng ores, wining and other
material: to own, bond, buy, sell lease, locate
Umber and limber claims; to do and conduct a
general mercantile business, and, finally, to do
anything consistent, proper and rcquislto for
.tbe—Trying out of the objects and purposes
aforesaid, in Iheir fullest and broadest sense,
within the territory aforesaid.
lliven undor my hand and seal of oflice nt
Victoria. Province of Hritish Columbia,  this
29th day ot OcU>bor one thousand elghl hundred
and iiineiy-eigl.t.
(Seal) 8. Y. WOOTON,
Registrar ot Joint Stork Companies.
Commereial Job PrintingT
AT "THE ADVANCE.'
SEEDS! - SEEDS
CHOICE NORTHERN GROWN
Garden Seeds
You Want the Best and the Cheapest.^
•MB •sir rttrccr raId. m--h,ii<— r«—„» »nd
_M« _n_ SitAhX-Omam   ■__.____   __  At __.S_l.__   am i      ..__... <
w
Quantity.. j\    Quality..
AT EASTERN PRICES. THE BEST PRODUCED.
MAIL ORDERS  FILLED  PROMPTLY.
WOVEM WIRE FENCING
WJRB R0P8 SELVAGE.
Netting
.. .We Pay The Duty ...
0.  & P. B. NELSON,
Seed Merchants, Nelson, Wash.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of  improvements;
Notice
Assaykh MiNBitAi. Claim.
Situate In the Kettlo River Mining Division
of   Vale   District.   Where located; On
Canyon creek about one and one-half
miles from Ketlle i-lvcr.
TAKE NOTICK Hurt 1, WilliamK.fiiittrlilgc
an agent fnr llcuiiiiinnil Leather, free miner s
ccrllticate No, 1—28a, inn-mi, sixty ilnys froBj
Ilie dale hereof, toapply In the Milling llcjur-
dor foraoct-tit-eatei.f improvements, .for Uie
ptirpwo uf obtaining a Orown gnuil of the
above uluiin.
And furilior Inke potlce Hint action, umlor
section 37, must be onniiiiciiccd   beforo the
issuance uf such ccrtillciito of improvements
Dated this Uth day of November, 189S.
MINERAL ACT, J 896.
Certiflciite   of  Improvement**.
jroTioxi
Uoiiin Hooii Mixkhai, Claim.
Situate In Kettle River Mining Division of
Yalo District.   Whore located : On west
of Canyon   creek, about four miles from
Kottle river.
TAKK NOTlOr" Ihal I, Win. K. Gnllriilge.
ns agonl for 11. leather, froo miner *s cor*
ecitilleato   So.    U.l'A.x.    intend,  sixty   ilnys
dale   hereof, to   ipply to  the Mining
Combine these two Qualities.
No others do.
*_uafMtamt tad Sold by
Thi ONTARIO WiRt PSNOINO Oa. Lift
ttetao. ibtatm.
HOG  FENCINGS   AT   SPECIAL
LOW PRICES.
IALI. OTHKIl VARIETIES CHEAIM
McMuIlen's are the only Rood iiettinfts
sold in Canada. They are iineqiwl-
led for poultry yards, trellises, nu-1
lawn fences.
*sk your hardware merchant for McMuIlen's goods.   If you cannot buy 0
Th Manufaourrs a Picon, On., or o
The B. Greenin? Wire Co., Ld., Hamilon and
Monral, General Ajpens.
JAMES COOPRR, flontreal, General Agent for Rllw.y Fencing.
^—-— ....—■
him write tc j
from
Hecordcrforaccrliiic'itoof Imprnveinent, fur
the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the
above claim.
And further tako notice tbat action, under
Section 37.  must bo   oo'iiineni-ctl before tlio
issuance 0. -.uolioortiHcntcuf improvements,
I ial 11I Uii" llth day of November, 1-8.
Mineral Aot, 1896.
Certificate  of Improvements.
Notion.
SIIVBH Tip MInknal Cum.
Situate In thi Ketttlo River Mining Division or
Yale   district.   Where looated:- Dead-
I     wood Camp.
TAKE NOTIOK, that I, l*orbes M, Korby
I' I.. 8,, aetiiig nn agent for John Mack free
liilner'H eert illiati- No. 1117(1... Intond, sixty ilayH
fi inn tho ilnio hereof, lo apply to the Mining
■teooraer Inr a Ortlllcato of Iniprni cmciitu for
the purpose ol obtulning a Crown Oram of the
nliove claim.
And furl hei tako notico that action, under
section '17. must be commenced before  tho
issuance of such Cert illente of Improvement*
llateil thin ltith day of October. 1898.
ti* NERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of  Improvement***
WOTIOB.
Nohtii Star (k-jaotionaO and Oolukx Kit**
Minkkai. Claims.
Situate In the Ketlle River Mining Pi'*'*-'"'"
ot Vale Dlstriet   Where located; m
Long Lake nam p.
ft-rKl-; NOIIOK that I, jForbou M.*"§
V IP. I.. S„ iwllngas agonl for Hoi",;! V
frno niliiei'aecrtlflcm*! ,Vo. 380a and Charlt • -
Thninci* .free Minora eerlitlijit" No- 'jf,.*
intend,  ;*\ty days from theilau- hereof, m' n -,
0   Ihe Mtnlng Reeonler for  a eert 1 lea
ImprovdinentM, for  the  purpose ofeblaimm
Crown ;/,nn(«of tho above claims. ,,r
AlKUtinher take notico that action. •*'""
seelio-j 37, must Ihi commeneed bi-fore 'in
anise of inch r-.-ritt.cAte of improveniei.t-*.
Dated this llth dny c f Oetobor, I8l«*

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