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■ XI. No* 20.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER ,8.   1899.
$2.00 per Year.
.EOV.
^istkr. Solicitor, Etc.
Midwiv. b. a
JH OLSON,
—: Notary Public,
ESTATE,
| FINANCIAL AOENT
asd MINING BROKER.
-iKinniy, B.C.
...Copper and Gold...      j TheJe wel fi old Mines,Ltd.
r. R. Mathi-on,
 : DENTIST.
BLOCK   •   MEENWOOO.
H.C.IUUW.
lallett & Shaw
s, solicitors,
Ketathe PaoUc.
: -Btuxn."
: Bedford McNeill*, Morein* _
.Veal*. Leibrr..
rooo. B.C.
iwood Assay Olee.
, Prop.
^er  and   Analytical
Chemist.
*LO.
-opertiet Kl uni ned aad Reported on
[SUTHERLAND.
.VillWAY, AC
tRT   PrBUC.
USTO»S  HI   "iEB.
coiiansam ages,.
•i entries parted.    Mineral A;'.
Aet  papers drawn u,   ARI-
i taken.   Abstracts made.
cjinieaUeae by mad or telephone ,
pity attended to. * .
mx**m  ■
W. DALRYV'V*
iral     _Wmo_lre.-nit-la.
FAIRVIEW. B. C.
iti et  Repairing.    Horseshoeing
A apedalf.
The Similkameen district is noted for
its ledges of Copper-Gold ores.
Quality and Price.
While W. T. Shatford & Co. are noted for the
price of the goods sold hy them.    PROSPEC
MIXERS   operating   in  the Similkameen and
mining camps, would do well to
where everything is k
juality and
ORS and
Gold-Quartz
Mine that will pay
Already  has  Ore "In Sight"
Valued at $153,640.
outfit at one of nur stores,
Instead of buying
cept that
outside, buy right at home, and   so s,...
money, and this more particularly  refers to prospectors
into the district above referred to.
Fnr months post it has been under-
lilTOUndingI'tfood that  the Jewel mine, in lying
lake camp, «hs lining opened up at a
barer level than that in which work
needed in the mining business, j was done early last year,liut lilileinfor*
| imti.iii baslvenohtainahle.   The main
! reason was Ihal  ihe mine was heing
ifOin'f
ores or other ptoduce then on hand.
Since th" option was thus obtained
more than £1.000 have hern ex|n*tidrd
in development work liy the Jewel
Development Syndicate, principally
upon the Jew el property and I he results
were so encouraging lliat it was determined lo exercise the option of pur-
, chase. In tbis position the Jewel Gold
Mines, Ltd., company has l*-en formed
to acquire and work the properties
named above, and tbe vendors, who
ire also the promoters of lhe new com*
pany, have hied Ihe
Purchase Price at £60,000.
all  lo lie received   in   fully   paid-up
shares of the company, the vendors
; themselves thus having to   meet   all
their cash outlay thereon,  while   the
I new company is entitled to all the ores
: which under the option agrertneut lie-
longed to ihe vendor*.
In addition lo lhe properties thtisnc-
T. Slxatford & Co.
VERXO.V.   FAIRVIEW.   CAMP   McKLV.VEY   axd   SLOCAN  CITY.
SIMILKAMEEN ¥r
1
Princeton 28 miles. y|/
ty
i rrn
Fairview   30 miles.
Keremeos \ 5 miles.
ty
fo
fo
if)
*
15 Mile Creek.
Stable and Store in Conoeetion.
worked by a private syndicate, most of I qulre<j fnilII ,■-,. Pi*,*peetiug Svndicaie
the members of which were resident in , ,,f Briiish Columbia, the vendois have,
F.ngland, and the   management weie | „pon ,he recommendation of Mr. Gil-
anxious lo mak" certaiu that Ihe prop-' i*.rt Mahon. who has heen in charge
eity could he successfully operated he-, 0f *he development work as local man-
fore publishing any details of tbe work i Hf,tr. q„ite reve-itly acquired the Ma.--
j they had done.   Now that it has l-een . saehusetts. Imperial fractional and Ex-
j demonstrated ihtt. the Jewel can  t-e.pcjtjon fractional claims, wbich aie
| made  a  dividend paying mine   and a   immediately   adjacent   to the  Jewel
j strong company has lieen organised in i lnjDe.   These aie to he transferred to
' England :o make it such, tbe objection ; ibe new company at actual cost.
togiving publicity to the preseut pos*'    Reports on the properties have lieen
ition no longer ho'ds g( od, and asthere! obtained at different times from Mr.
is not yet any sto"k in the company for ; Lesij<, Hill.C. E., Messrs. Touzeau aod
sale in this province il will readily lie ; Janson, Mr. Edgar P. Ralhhone, A.M.
conceded ibat  lbe ulterior object of ' I. & E.and Mr. D.J. MacDonald.   The
pulilication of the information given
Mow is not to boom the   stock.   The
positing simply is (hit Mr. Gilbert Mahon. ihe local manager ol tbe company
has, at Ihe request of "Thp Advance,"
permitted access to the reports on the
mine and other information, and tint
fro n
-n:
Pfudical House and Carriage
NT
.Paper Hanninn draining andSigr* Painting. Also kalsomininq
and all kinds of Decorative Work executed by
L Nash 5 Co., Midway and Greenwood City. I *
these the following has lieen tak-
[KITH.
j*. k. KirrciiiM.
:iTH&KETGHUM,
ESTATE
AND
MINING BROKERS
The Riverside Hotel,
Properties   Examined  and
Reported o.i.
IRBHNWOOD  :   :  B. C.
situated
between 1
I  Rink Ore<*%, B.C.,   on   the   main route  of    travel
enticlon -:nd all Bonndary Creek points.   Stopping
pl:ice for st.iges.
Good Fishing -*.- Good Hunting -:- Best of Accommodation.
• ii,   Maii.ag'e-.
The Jewel Gold Mines, Ltd.
I    The Jewel G M Mines, Ltd., is th'
| name of a company receotly organised
in London, Kngland, with ,t capital of
£8Q,0QQ $100,000) in 80.000 -h ires of il.
*■* each. Of the shares 80.000 were
is-ji-d a* fully p<irt up, in payment fm
the mining properties <equired and
lbe remaining 2U.O00 were offered for
ulecripiiou at par on the following
terms:—60 cenis ]>er -hjire on appli
atK'H 8) cents per sh*ie ou allot -
u cut and the balance in two equal in
stahnenUof J1.90, payable on August
24. oil. and October 'IA. proi. The
dtiectorsof the company are W. H.
Tvser. Ks*) 10 Feni tinrch Avenue, E. C.
(Chairman), Sir Barlle C. A. Freie.
Bart., 22. Bryanslon Square, W. aud
\V. VV. Slater Esq.. 13, Ruthland
Square, Edinburgh. Thu tankers are
the London Joint Stock Bank, Ltd.,
IU. Leadenhall Street. E. C.tthesolici-
tors Messrs. Clarke, Rawlings k Co..
last named gentleman was for a time
Inspector of Mines for British Columbia aod be is well known as an authority upon gold mining ia this province.
L'pi in completion of hisex uiiiuation of
ihe Jewel on June ' last Mr. MacDonald cabled to Lo -don as follows:
"Have carefully ex imined the pro;>
erty. The mine is a di idend piying
pro|*-rty. I estimate the ore in sight
at 11.000 tons, average assay valu* of
oie in the mine is $13. Full report is
sent by mail," The report (from
wbich details as to individual assays,
places in the mine from which 'uv was
aken and references to plans, etc., are
,.iiiini*d) is as under:
fh*. D. J. MacDonald's Report.
"Situation. — The Jewel mineral
claim, surveyed aud Crown-granted is
situated about eight miles north of
Greenwood City, iu Long Lake camp,
in the Kettle Biver Mining Division of
Vale District. The elevation of this
claim above Greenwood is about 1,401)
feet nnd aboveLongLake 3JI feet, fl'lie
Columbia and Western railway, now
uuder construction, will pass along
Ebolt Creek aliout four miles south of
the mine.
"Formation.—Tlie Jewel ledgeoccurs
in a granite formation, in some places
verv  materially  alteied, and cut  bv
lew,-- B.A.Oi-m,M. A.
[GUESS BROS.
mists and Assayers
(My familiar with Fairview and
' Creek Miami Properties. Propcr-
nioed.   Assay tad An_v-> <X Ore*.
Midway Meat Market
K. A. MAHHES, Proprietor.
• Eie.
aaEiswoon, b. c
ISM. McEntirr.
fjsttxft,
IDonnell & MeEotire,
'Mines and
•:- Real Estate.
nwood and Camp McKinney.
H CHEEK HOTEL .. .
MOUTH Or ROCK CREEK
*
I
»
!
■
j Therefore Meats ai,'alwavS|ri.inerUMiaj.
At this establishment customers can get choicest cuts of
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL.   	
Itotrl.e'ato-*- on *._«.€» j-._*_jmi*aa»»
fr.*sh and sweet    fall »ud -*1'* a good joint
1
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9
9
9
9
9
9
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T"CL*«a AcoDMaoDiTioN roa Ouame.;
C00D STABLING
tExoeltert *,_htng on Kettle \limr.jrt
i  OKANAGAN FLOUR MILLS
X     UrX^' ARMSTRONG. B.C.
immepeial Job Printing. J^^x^XrO^
oti. Cneshaiu House, F..C. and tbe secre* several dykes having a distinctly por*
Uiyand offices Mr. J.A.Allen,lo. Phil* phjTttic structure. Ahout 3J0 feet
pol Lane, E. C.London. The company north of the south end line of tlie claim
has lieen formed for ibe purpose of ac* the formation is considerably disturbed
i|tiitin^ ihe mining properties situate : for a distance of about 9l"lfeet, and tbe
in Long Lake camp. Boundary Creek i ledge b;_ not been ■ xixised by the
district. B. C, known as tbe Jewel and surface development work in this area.
Gold Drop and a half inlerest in Ihe North of tbis area a ledge has hei u un-
Detiero Grande: also a millsite on l>mg: covered in several places similar in
Lake known as and par' of K. Stuarl'.- many respects to the Jewel ledge, bat
preemption. differing slightly in dip and strike.   Io
The Jenel and Denero Grande were  all probability this is the Jewel  ledge,
tne and   future  developments,   especially
First Long Lake Claims with  tbe    atuiumeut    of increased
to have development of much Import* N*** wiU Prove th** variatious in
ance done upon them. Thev were; diPa,,d strikf <« •» "I'^r kwil. ■""!
bonded in 1SB hv Mr. Leslie Hill.i . E . sh"n',h,> Mee to h^ve the same course
forlhePros(*e*ciingSyndicaleof(British »* ueveloj-ed in the southern portion
Columbia,   Ltd.,  represented in ihis : of tht* diil"''
province by Messrs. Mahon, McFarland "S t'ln Characteristics.- The Jewel
and Mahon. of Vancouver. A steam : M«* ta H "V"1"1* fi*ure vein* averaiC-
huisting plant, the first brought inl0 '"8 f-'1"* f^t in width, carrying a thin
the Boundary Creek district, was haul* clay gouge, with a strike of about 10
ed to tbe Jewel in Januaiv. 1897, and degrees west of north and an easterly
thereafter a lol of development wo.k diP of« d^"^ ** developed by iu
wasdone. more than sufficient todem- mam shaft and principal levels, while
onstrate that the Jewel was a valuable developments on the surface on its
properly and one lhat would develop, nM-ilu-.n |-iii.-n show t t.. have a
into a payable ii.ine. The Piospeiting |
Syndicate of British Columbia, eventually acquired the Jewel and Gold «^x% nr *?an-«*! >« quarU carrying
Drop claims and a half interest in tbe considerable
Denero Giande.lhe remainiug interest j Quantities of Galena.
in this last claim being still held hy Mr.; zinc blende, iron pyrites, and occasion-
C.J. McArthur, of Greenwood. In , ally, in smaller quantities, ruby silver,
September, l*S, the Jewel Develop- tellurium and tellurites of gold and
ment Syndicate, Ltd., (ihe veudors io silver, while free gold is of exceedingly
the recently-formed company) ohuined rare occurrence.
from the Prospex-ling Syndicate of j "Development.—The developments,
Briiish Coluiuhia, Ltd., an option over i consisting of a main shaft seven feet
the properties, wilh provisions for | hy three feet six inches in Ihe clear
intermediate working, the optiou price : (well timbered and laggedi. ZU feet in
being iClS,****! (aUmt #112.1011), of which ! depth, on Li degrees incline : ttt) feet of
jtl.lUU were pjiid iu cash as a forfeitable drifts and cross-cuts and 180 ft.of raises
deposit in addition lo £3,000 having to : and winzes, have thoroughly exposed
he expended in development and work*' the vein and blocked out the ore to
iug, it also lieing pari of Ihe terms of that depth, and fora distance of more
the   agreement that the   purchisers that I'D feet each side of the shaft.   It
were to I* entitled to the benefit of all   "■ wi,il "1,ut'h P1"**8 ,h,4t J ■* "»«
increased Strength of the vein and the
improvement in its general appearance
strike of north 10 degree east and a dip
of from 5"l UirJU degrees east- The vein-
i the
j or other produce obtained from
mine since May "Jl,  ISIS,  and all |
iC'uiiluiue-i on page 1)
AT "THK ADVANCE." _i_jM_r.;o:a z'ry.te. J_.'* ;■■-
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j'L'sci; ^.;«ri!»r, _cc _n>.r___'.t
C :t-~j..;t;ni:**rj:t; ;ih ^■x-.^uk. :
tae «m»w of *
Tbe Hmo. the- R-a* Minss*"
<J-j»«-mB»eni,  wbibi **-**
f I5r defrat
ioradiatJ*-Iy afi-r >fce  Ho««e ■«*»*•
Not itortwitw  #h«l   will hvppeo  we
-hall not rentore t<> pt'ifbeey.
infor the
■  • •
MONDAY. .SEPTEMBER!-.   M
SENSATIONAL H_-8XAH 11 ' I -
TS* RuseUnd "Miner" re-j^r*- ".:
Jas. D. SwKii. il. £.. S«> hav- s»id recently : "Tbe zreat«*ist artivily appears
to iw- ai Ptu-rttix.  arwind   ahjch   are-
A meeting ot UfJ-^I-O'OS'rr'"1'™*
is to iw brfd at Gre*o_f*od nest  W<*
iarsday e-Twwsg f«r tbe potyote otop-
■ingdeh&teslo xKtnd  tke __•
mm      -   -gol the UUzatCimsetxa-
I   - Down io I* beid on **b pcot  at
N-w nr-Maueater.   i? Midway b w*
:,.■-   -.    ..    -----    z ■ '■     -
wish *in***_*o>«i an>i "'tier parr*   llm
BtKieiAarr fret:_ district in  making a
p-rot-bfy lis* largest miaes in Uu: -      .   ,   .     ,    g m lbii.  ^u^-iu*,  for
tkm.    The nwopr-sfior plant o"*e|-iJBiolliM      *,
DumtBioD Capper Ctanpainy b i*icg< — ..   .
nptdly  erected.    Tt - ^ _
operating tbe Stemwinder. Brooiiya. ~
Idaho. Rawhikie. etc.   and   they   IO
gether xritb th* Knob HI! and I-*.-_■
trie*. -I- ■'.: ::■.':.-..- .       - -.- ■ ......
naze witiiin tbe neit   two   ■  ■.--
thoqgb I mtr.5« take exoeption  tn tbe    .  .
statement in tbe -S-x»kr-s__0-3eww   ....
ia * recent bsoe. wber**ir3 their eotres-   ■■;.-._. Steba
pendent stated that esse oi tbe n&iae-s ..T_i,(ii j_
in this ramp was greater and wcaM   .     __    -. _
produce? mote ore than tbe faawa?
Ana«_da mine, whirh bas twn ship-j smhekily. wbkh tettaun m
Eicg   s*rv»*_    tbe   one   muse   alone . . - __:im
ahoot l-5!i> --■;•;.; f^r : iy -' r - _ .',
pa.«.   WTiile pitfki_<* easbnsw-- . . ■ ledwvk mark incerrsi
to   t* oj€BCM?od*».i.   sjsk^i -Heirsuioc—Ij 	
ssacenseotj ir--.-:.-:: ■
to deu^fve^nd in the e«d w_cs Jiipuost     Tta-Gteenwood   "Miaa*
tbe tnie interests ot she district.'' -.-«:-     -;■».-•
Jihs sa   Mr. Sw.-r-i .• . :'-_ - • -'. i       - -..    -   .- ■:
weB-inf«tBed man aad he m ik-- ; I
hosinessto kn«'W -r_»re«f he spes
He does not. fill op c_
eoe&ta_; and ehaatpagae and t
U."« -:i~:zz':. ':.:* r. .:'. .-.;.- j^r
hia»«e_ fo £a«s af he fed* tiie_u
Anther sr.«* eiaf^eiatian thai
lateiy   tar-r  a___.-'.-,      .     .  .      .
.-'*■'-■ z
the font of Itmf Lu** *an
alwiat3B>yard* *»*f* »■* *^I°™U.
lhe -ajssem «de nl *« W*-   »
^t^^Hteb^^*-*^"*
Mrt adTanta»*»**y «ttaftfrf »"'* «*"
' pud to the Jesm f T'frty-   A «»_**
^d harin* am eaty gw* <*" h*. °T.
^rtteted at a M_Vwntn«^ -W^ <"*'
inxnthe pt*mx:i iemet shaft W th*|
•niUste, aad sfcrnii ft»tnre ^T*^
wcetsoo the n-wtheim portio- « «he
i liiw expwe
\ij-nhie <'Zn Chutes.
o ieotae* tratnwy. *hkh memm oo
the moot etomam«;*i teeom <t tr*t_-
pnrutia-. ttmM he eneetrocied al >
n^rf^tf additSL*_JMr**n&tEJT_ «o»-|
nerting the new -mo <d opew«iM.
with the Kd-ctiv-o ->___  The »-. .
:-...-: - :■—:       -     **'•'• *       '    *
H
All Hh Latest
Fall Styks.
C
A and A
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5
At th«
Lowsst
Prices.
P
5
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A mme.  TV«* deuZZzt will, we way wnaM  I •* *• t       •      -*-* —"
i.pmxe"u,itreati3tgtotaeattd'nr      "R«»oune_4a- I   »** *
7 ties »re   t_atJtk_<rfj» StJMoo
^.-■i^MpluitlieMrtOiieaBifejttJyadaWa*^*-*    -
propo-ed.'be Jewel wiM lie the | the piueat inMiil *•
The nidway Trading Call
J. R. J\COBS, Marwg-er.
pay
m ,.   ■-
f Iff*
.....        , .;|iLi    . _••■ -•   '-    •*
the east fllerwt»c« weald he w«e«i_-
It Vrss daring the juawsef moistbs*
fij TTa JMltiltirimnf t'—p—1*-*J***-
.: .- j   ...: f ■;.-     ■—:*.•'   :x : z- ■•'-
CAfohie at m,ki: z In a depth «d MU>
:'• -:.   .'        ■• -
plant b iastalk-i tbe pecerst  shtit
$_ot_d it semk at teas* US feet deeper
________ ja_d3[iji?«rttrfdr'.'*a*_i-aid he ran at
ithtf Jower !er*.. 'Hii* _ttetof___t
Hm? says «i"»; wwaJd ateKet c -. . :..- -■'.■ ...z :
ofSpc-iane are fcxAing toj4-n-.i_„g|&.
~. . -k distrUi fc> a_b •- , j»»*-_da,-- -*-•
-: -.". i :. -■: r*-... iri-. - «•.,:'•..*. ,-;_; .j - * .
minervte at the Industrial',_. jj^ imh ec
" •- '- j --s- -..:.•- - _, -,: .. .-y:. -
miit urges I       sportanee j :ia^ a ^^i whr:-   I
--HARDWARE
Chambers & Co. Verne
[«!;rj i St("«<B(nj iirr-.",
PAINTS,   OILS, STOVES,  TISVuR[
: Jobbing Tinsmiths and Placers :-
...,-r■'; :Li:  \
:.-'.:,    .-■'-,
Ik* ch_nt. nhiMtl
north tmd _me.\
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^i       ItVUI    ai-fc*!***-.    W« -tv*     U*K»J tfc*        1
^•tw^ee**** 9999 999*9999 999^r*iei i-x-i* -
foil*,wing, whiefa lake
hart i.-js»>e et she &jand_ry
"TIjx*-5-"j— "A fiptitame $*■:.
JThe caoater ol a__t_i rapi
'.':- rs  tt : ^:T -. .   -. -  . -
afaofii 3J9). The%ares.of_
trr .y ■.::: i ~. :■-    ~  .....
pemBfg ••. -1 _.bit ieing is.a_e. war wt»i:-*r . 'edge, »J»d that
■oe being the hone aadtentneofit^ btmtmgvtet'. mow In as* ise in-j
--ra miatDcaod of praetieal I ^^u^j tberena   Jlmujiikitkummti
VV--h^^Lr-tsdw_et_«'|iTO_, t___s»ft rJt.-s^r*.*.utgwe thie
>flsnf"ajr«t«e8i_iM^«_apo-r_ry:it-<d|jj^ njta   - ior a
We
-
- .hi prices, to merit
• ••
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■ ni-lter,aadtr__thataanmtedS.*IT^I.^t»{^;^attftt_»aa_.^  Ma'i!  f*rr!*?r*;   TCTpivV   OVIT   DrCBT
willte »-te to atBpjy demon- ^!hr.... _,„*._*«;*.*».        j ^ dl!  Uru _i i>  I V-LC VK   UUI    j_. -
te   tbe   tariety    and   taloe   tat
■is* r nl res»««ffees ei Ut -   -i-
iTe_tiiiing dlstriet-   Mt   :A*    t
th. a Boundary free* pwtw-». wiii
tnOess is earning ir* wag*?*, monthly ac k"* «?hatge«_ the f te exhibit.
atnooDt exorrz ■ z i-.'tt  11 ZZn^ZZZZTZZZZTTZT
Nowf.-, -set r*-^,r*-* •       . XZf J?71 d  MltK,  Llll.
wrh a *«at«j»_* wit boat  eimca---
so^5ges»s fiber ataeh tgnarasa; of the! \j:-*j-    :..--:
acsnl posmjoo or a wilful inn-attun to f wilh the addiluaai depth attained.,; w*-rv
t*i *oi abet ia six. attempt to deceive, j -- ' - 7 ptetiu— -rist to tbe property ] ■■■f
If the fpntane newsri.tr?   •—:•:.■   .-   -     - ".::-r.z--..■ :.;:.    z . -.:-:
tor ihe s;«teEDent ifK-5>*>i« the Trad
t'r?«k And Nebno mioi^ I . ,,.--s.Tr
figure* may lv «<«_->wbeee &r»r ibe
i»uri,hai RiKf-theBjxsEdaryc-juntrT"
b tKaa-ly at*wp</=d as u_aoing only
tbe nxintry inri»i«i in tbe Grand
F.jrfcsacdKmie Riser _ sing dirb-
nrEe
. be torn of I3SMS0I jadfe-msly
a« aenM—putying spee^fettsoa, rnktai
the new hobt aoa befler aad pay
de^efapojent* adrbed / tow."
The ibt of assays, gtring detaib et
reton_ Iron Ssaaspfci umeo from m f
many different part* of the n.J>e tytrht'.,
tome higStir __jer«i_>d meaka of nee -;
pmrptneiy passui   by without i
- g   -boats raiaes in g*b aad |
e__-yth*i*ka Met, rang-tgfrotn *•
Spokane falls
Mjning Fa**tSti«s-—The mine bsstn-
- th* fa»s»rtiia timber eoanteyi
_»• the ebim as wed a* the bmd in
the inuned-vir- ne^rbborhoaiL b abundantly ejothed with taasarae. _t and
_dar espeejally adapted f. r fori and:
■sine timber.    Cccdwood at preseat
ions, it b e*.id:nt that !besta.*m**nt Janst5 froos £L3)so*j3a eoed d?fiTete_
b «ry n._4-js_lj_e. It b in o*_ optotoc; at tlw wia*. An outlay of not oaoto
doatxful if there are mote "kin one ihaa$LjM for a prxtabie sawBdB and
fjjartb f>f she r.a*n*«r ot mir. -rs eit-m ! h»ii«*r. eaf-aiw- of sitwins: S.088 tn MUM
atari- ai present e bl j1 jys_ ja she- m : e* I -* r**r day. woold iasare an adequate
of thr B -idary etmairy. .    - y   : - -jj:    ....-»•-   >.;   i   .:s-    :'
■_ *-* :   js-ir:; »i  :'---     j..:-:-~-::
I taaniiw defireted at th
$1 ap tn tSi TL«*«f rive aa atenge
rahie .A HXM pet ton .it 3M) fhs.
Taking thr are-rage rata* of the ore at
* 13 per loo withan oatpwl of 3D tons
per*£e_t for3) wwriiag days is the
year, mj ■"' '.a*, the grcaa retnra
-: : '- i'.'.-.A*.*-. "tt ■'..-.£ :t* ■-;
of trealment at ti per V«-$ii__t.
""-j>- -- ■ j'^r? : ■- ■ ■-.- • ."...X
-. : -.' — ■ -'..A.   ■■   ':..- -•-._;• -x z%
A Profit U $;j.i
THE CANAG
Eiankoi
..& Northern, COg|ME^
Nelson & Fort Sbeppard.j      HeadOfufP : T:n«a|
- - and --
Mountain Railwavs.
Red
Tlie   only all-rail roote, with
oat ehang* of ears, bet* een
Spokane,   Rossland      .
and Xelson. . .        >^
DAILY TRAIN'S
Sp«__wr ge«eraBy and hearing sb ' oock sn*TB.
Mmtmt
t__td that ;Ssi-re b a r*-g__r fiware  i.^i_m.       «*■«_ mtmma
xeim 5o wxxk apoc thrreafrfewpluow
we_ saoUed ftir cheap saini^
Bcplti^g to a «-tter written by the]perth«__id, therefcr* jae saw mill i Ha ring aropie fint-riaas ti&her. a **or_-
Gr*rrn=j'..ii • >f-r.-r" :•-.-..       .   •     .- -.   •«/__.*_-» str.r;  ;: »; ie-^s .ji*
' ■**-- S3
Train bvriag Xarras at 12.U «. at.
iB_k«4 rloar wasiettwaa at Spotaae
with sraims inr a.',
i.:■::.,.'.irxj.    ',.    - .-     ■ - - ■    -.    ■
t    .z    ■   ■  '.:•; V."- --,—   ;.,   t. ..-. -.-.
tmd iw Wil into _.jua-i_ry • icefe
winter, t*h'«*rf Yjziineer Tye last i
teiegraphed frifr. T.--. ".V- ,:o
i_g every thing poaeiUe : n
Greenwood at earnest t»_tble c
We tire do iatesufMiaf stcppasri
t2l wi- r^jifh Ki- ty ' Tfcb eomt
the opiaioo me expressed iahstm-
ADTaSfE.
the: per tfc» -osa—d
■■id I   "Water few *3_«sSie po_;
-        irdfrimn irftn bp-ri in i
ee_ j *f #frings .s«ae 3*4 yards <
: -       '..- ' ' .-. i ■   -  •':-
Pifilf f«tst hais.
^ *
Teroeot mifl site with a p__t_i_ saj»*
per of water frosn the
*.-..: -.:* rs,  »ay
being provided io within a short db-'    Cham tomantiriraw  at  Setwm wirh
taare boa the nine, if Mr. Uaelkm-:*team*mat» fee K*.doaad ait Koxraay
akT«-|iin_iniia_uiositoa_Bfca atetmi ■'"^ ***»**•
Tte  -:::■ r    :   ;■_*    V-T   i
'-< ' z -   • ,  •        _. -
iz   ':..-   -    - -. - ....-■
-. /-.: - —:  •. : :r . —.
the B-mdary.   __rt  ..  ..
If report* are tr*ae. it u.
aatoaat  to get  er**-_ a few a
nwettir ta& aiooad Gtecswec
ij-.i ■': r    v-        '■'-.::.:
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qaju;.:c  n, ^,-; ;_~ t . B |
\ZrZ--ZZr :-.   z-
-. -Azniof saffiin hare' hithert
ibadtobe hauled froae Bde_bsog a
| H;vcm. ass the- %j*an« Fs_* jusd N^n
I thrt« BaSway. a dbtaaee «*T<8 aad i
•-- y-r-- -   .-   .       A'. ---.  •-__'..,  ...
••-jf Wietts shafl   ha*
--  " * -   :• _.j     .-.-.  -.-■: , ■,
' tht ttm at these inmmulila i mrjU t
■"'      ','•-?'.     .      -;.
•.-: T;.-.* 31:c'a-Z 0«t
■:■,-
-..zmttez   I-. -"    •
* are apwanfcjproreed rabe-. the  t
*-"-   .' - '.:  ::.i.   at-- ■■ :• -■      -„,-..
.*-- :-—• " ' r  -\
sodriftang at tbe :
l,:,-;-., r , . .-     A
•oi   ( zzr Z-w-.
■edbeciapH-l hi
e »««_j*r_ of the
SHort iewei dsoaU
-:■» ..-- ie- -
" ■-" ''■: '•'• .iv.
een»_i of theRCj
P«.i*ng**rt fbr Keitte
Baomdory Creek onsaeet
•ith si age daily.
XX A- ZTA.
B'rrer audi
aii   M«- '.-.*
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paid-up ca?:*-.: st
REST.        -..  5
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- '■    •' -'-  ''      z -    .   :   -,:- -- -.,
bawflfpiaww that, it ens he ewv-f
■waByanri soro»sB#n% treated by\
t eymtoAe ftnetm for tike *_trarr_n»j
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9, la tut *l a   fbtrxt   b   CMcM     £
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». '*"""T »:..-.•••. r.'*n silataS tenm»>m»
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K_ac_3f wooes.
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HOTEL.
The Cellar
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rem, -i
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H. KEYES. P
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rop.
Frtt-tliiisi! 1 ..
ARMSTRONG B.C.
MILLER I*
DRUGGIST tuMQ wvis*»-
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"   S            LETTER HEADS
"te*^1^   > ~    BlLL HEADS
■  •• ■     -  --     -*§   NOTE HEADS
_"z.   ENVELOPES
•    :   - z  -f  : zzi:    -lATH-VENTS
:..            sk   POSTERS
■ ■ :   *   V         -^   BUSINESS CARDS .
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MARHIAGES*-          J =*                 '  *"••'  Cr'~
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it**"iy   IT._    £,    ''a    1   ''**■*--      _^_   aCr
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mrmemiAz                Zz.Z.      _SAirk fioriOS  fcf   £_d
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Commereial Job Ppinting.
;:   A Triil OtQ*!? So'deted.
. ~-       A ~ C 7-2S^ *
I   The j\d^arvce.
|V'*5-
7* "*•
Beastifsll
IIIDWAY, B.C.
„ ite ((I[„„, „ w M a* » a*
t\-:-
Vlinioff Di^"i*?a-
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of tbe Kenk River a«i Boundary
fi tf* ^
§ f »1N
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fo fo* fo
*
Business*
Kettk  R   Er, We»   Fork   aad C_mp  M:.%....-,
-1--   Creek. Palmer Mouasain and   other
fe
tn*. »-"■'
exceBem  cfenati
wit-er
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a     u», _t lo-  prices and ofl easv^efn»...
rMkle«e and garden tote at to    P„__	
THE MIDWAY CO., Ltd   ,.
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At last the Blockade seems to he broken and freight is rolling in
uot as fast as we would like, but something is better than nothing,
and we are prepared to show our friends some seasonable goods,
for LADIES, CHILDREN and GENTLEMEN.
—•** "unii_ill_IN,
"™y^X 'tmmm^i -	
«U st„neiV(lre L the eo^Srr^^,h,e f™ **    pZ.£lff£&' H'Tl&
Our Dress Goods Department  *    , iJ^&^^SSL
the seasonable i«kJi? h      , Bt    M "0t (-nita complete, as most of  H^mo»'
■*■> *- «■«; i:: :;':r«"' "■""*-vs. wpr» ■*■*■•■ -	
-.w-urus  ior   me    Week     Ending (~   -••»^i  ¥  A £_r  yy        „      T.T/N N
September 15th, i8pp. *      11 Ol1
MiNicHAi. LoinrioNs. Commercial and Minir* *
RKPTKMBEB 7. _t   ah       t,    , n3   m_n   C;k 1
ABSStf-1*-** nnnn ,1 ' * H°tel *heHJ
u ^iSB?* "■ I GOOD ACCOMODATION, "' -       '
Qeo J. SKeehar,
-»,.„»„,,, goiM s have hewn <a,i.i   i   .         *       ' "* "losc °'      Elite
-* to satisfy almost a y t^i, 7 ^ th",k ^ W° *™ R|*
C'>lor8fortri,nn,inBs,and sh . ,„ ks'S:lt,MS aud «"">** in all L*™
8h'rtwaiBtsh,«4ih ^   A "™ '""Went JB,e"*
■■Dm ii
SiiSlH1??' M,l,n Settle rl
oainnct Inu .iln in
™»,l!«l«*™**k,i(lol|,hS«,
THOS.
_ BBPTFMBER
Our fine lot nf n_.„      * L0vi''' Haddtoij, Main
~-&22?!£_r^** ■—«*._► te_t__ A „„„ ,  _
u.»»i mi,w i„ ,i„. ,idw, "';;»»«.i,„ M
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Miners' Sim r ■'"■^inn.                   ________i
h    *AX Flour just i-eecived. £ "',on*.( »l»l« r camp. ,1. K Hoo , ——-
HAi\r   *•    ^.^ fi (jy,{iJ1":.(,,;i,iK,ri,*"»i»,j.A..st-U; situated
flAIN    &    CO Barrett.   VlsL 0°Pper <*"'■»•  &  M.
ATTHPnm                                               ' N',*2*Ki»'l-'ye.,„,p,,)HnCook      '"     —      -
ni  iHE OLD STAND • ■   Pr,eT nm, <■ ■■      ""»«'»■    la-             ,_=_
-                                    •   PuST OFFICE STORE 4»>^ -    *""
_ choicest brand-
Of
>AT
■   Bui
Mil
6KPTEMBHB 15.
0. (I, T„ Lost creek, Joe Clemens.
Silver Lake, Lostcreek, Joe Clemens
Ector, Kiinlx'i'ly eamp, A. Ande
0BBTIF10ATB8 OF WIIKK.
Tie Travellers Insonum Co,.. I M^$:rfZl M
.^^-^i^—^—-_____, *    Columbia, Jolin (. Uielly.        H___
ooTsTTTTTyiJirinnnrT * ___«______■____■____
i^^*****^^^^ Servvr, .Mi t ilu' and Lilly, Godfrey  /-»   ii   t* r**, wS
?i^ C. n. I homas, Prop n
ISSUES the best life insuranee
J contracts in the world. No
disappointment as to dividends.
Everything guaranteed in advance.   Premium rales i* •-• •■*
Chartered 1863.
htock Life a„d
Accident Insurance.
Xl^__lora. conn. *
^nnnnnnnnrf
 ^v.   t-reinium rales In lo 25
per cent less than  those of old
line Mutual companies.
ASSETS,	
January ist, i897,
A*
9
9
9
van™    ds   ?"a'***nteed in	
Scent&"h^»   n'i    I •*.«<.« j
: old       LIABILITIES, .. ,7(oM,,6o.a, I    (\^- «haV
$a°.884*S3 I
■■^^^^■H' •*i99o,a6o.aa
SURPLUS ,
  ' * • • J.976.^4.36
BBPTBUBBB 12.
Rejected, \\*. II. Conkle.
(jolden Gale, John Etlldal.
HKITICMltKK l:jl
Queen Bee, Arthur Hilt,
Gold «ed, .1. (', Haas and 0. E, Foster.
Paragon, Nappe, Lulu, and Hig Four,
, Ai. Shaw.
^«<«>^tttt^ttttr~~
KSTABL.I8HMD   l--.t. j
MAINLAND  NURSERY COMPJ
LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMbJ
Hoath Bonoflt   _^■________________
2 500   |   --oraofaightofoiiojj.,,
1,00
. (150
 I sight of Ono I JO  .     . ,„ "" ' " ,M"'
if,       Barnato, traction, ij
Lirnits of   \¥eekly Iriderrinity $l,30t). 9    Larsen to V. it swan
T Hiversiilr, J interest
AND, If such injuries are sustained while riding as a passenger in * to V. K. Swanson.
any passenger conveyance using steam  cable,   or  electricity as a A Barnato.), V. if. Swi
motive power the amount to be paid   shall be DOUBLE tlie sum j Lai-sen.
specified in the clause under whieh the claim is made.
Cost $52 A YEAR   TO   PROFESSIONAL   AND    BUSINESS
Men,and Commercial Travelers.
Other sums at proportionate rates
^^^m ^^^^^^^ mmmMemtmmaommt^am^jmm.
Black Bess, Win. Marshall. /"»,,_    c.............     \,'    !  .'       n    ■".   1 1 u 'zii-i
Gold Drop, J-wel Gold Mines.  LUl.   OVK   SPECIALTIES—\';irietlf.S   Profitable ni   l.rili.sh C(4
sbptbmbbb l', Trees Free irom Peats.
Sta^'StSr'lC'^cEwen   FBU,T   AXD  ORNAMENTAL TKKKS.   PLANTS AND I
ami iiii.iiMciiiiii.sb Send for Free Catalogue.   I   E. Hin
H'.iiinbal, Geo.  II. Inkster. ^^^^-9^^^^^^^
TUAXHrKBS.
SKITKMIIKH  12.
Barnato, traction, j interest, Sai.iuel
Larsen to V, It. Swanson.
Riverside, J Interest, .Samuel Lirsen
1 V. H. Sivanson.
«. )ls
FURNITURE
H D/IDimmm, I ~~~   ""        - -bb
■atti«fSi4__*»■ »• Now,sth^ TimetoFffishYou
8KPTEMIIKB if.. Tl J^H UUl
t!_S^-S»*'<*,lf,M*ISCWENq 1"17TC0NS,C"
LhNS   •   MIRRORS
/*"* I  T  t-. earn    .     _  _
—. Civil Engineer...
*»riar)cial,   1
■ ^eal Estate,
Insurance Qnd
—*—
iXOTAKY    PT;JBHC.«««»
—-m	
i air view Tow*nsito Agont.
 m	
. . . AIlllHKSK . . .
B. H. PARKINSON,
KAIBVIKH', II. C.
 *	
Correspondence Solicited.
. . .,.11   1IIK.S-
 xifii. 11. Inksler.
Carbonate. I intei-est, John F.Jonson
to Theodore \Vitte.
.AIIAXIIO.VMKXT.
MKITKMHKB 13.
Vinnie May, fraction, il, P. Moody
 rt.	
Applications for Certificates of
Improvements. _
Notices advertised iu   this week's!
Advance are those of -.—
Granite and Banner, Camp McKin*
to     *•
—     m   MLJIIO-j     |  1JI
Beeeiviog new fioods jaiiy
CU»ta,„ °RS   '   SHADHS
ctJKtA n roLEs AND F1XTUR|;s
P,CTURE AND WALL MOUI.Di.VCS
^RIGERATORs ,,,. iM ,
CANADIAN H	
r°° ^flC LINE.W* " •• c-, mcS„J _      *■ *Wt^_i_^: „
 — „"«* «*.i B.IJ,, „„„.,. furniture   •   rr _, ^"•°-3r & Co.
view. ,l"•, rndependence, E(lil,' 7^ T ^TT^^^^^1^
r"'cU==:_ PIONEER - HOTE1
»*   •a«85,  ••Biillio^^^^-h'n.ofMJ . ^WOWWOOD ClTV    BOUNDARV < KM, Rl
VD dealin.wi,,,,,.' .™m-    Knirllllf|.   ..    U.«' »"ve Jll(1, „„,,„. ,,._   ,
■ —       ■"•Mill
I        the:f,l8tfi8t train betwee,
ATLANTIC and
EA8TBOIJX D -i	
w- H. WEBB ., T*mm™™«*  U^X^™^ ' ] "
~t,^rESSSf 35^ Want the Bes^and^e Cheapest
' "Tr  "»«■.»_ an,. iS"or|">« hrtn_  *HE OUT  »fc.__  K
**__
Practical
mfi°N WD CARRIAGE,
BUILDER.
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' ' nontre«». Oener.1 Agent for Railway Fend* kKU   uaam..	
(Oreenwood pach expects
WHS a sleiun laundry,
) will bold County Court
| next Wednesday.
W. J. Harbor have re*
enwood froni Vernon.
| Nicholson, J. P., of Oamp
(VttS a visitor to Midway on
Jt.
bine talk of forming »foot-
Include players from Iwth
jand Midway,
i Smith has commenced to
i lots on Sixth street, at the
lidway Trading Co's store,
tted that Mr. J.A. Schubert
i interest in the livery busi-
lessrs. Schubert & Barn is,
nson, wife of Mr. Sydney
, C.K.of Greenwood, cuine
Iway last week on a visit
|Mynn.
tea Flesher (two) of Minne-
who are vlaililig their sister,
[Shaw, drove down to Mul-
Irdiiy afternoon.
bint ment. of  Messrs. James
■enwood and Henry Nichnl-
liup McKinney, lo be Justices
jui', hus heen gazetted.
j IJ.  VVinnett, of Okanagan
among last week's visitors
y.   He was highly pleased
own and may return shortly.
*. Robinson, Provincial Super*
t of Education is expected to
ouudary Creek district this
j will go hence to the Okana*
|C. Willson, travelling repre-
of the Toronto Type Ponn*
Vancouver branch, was a
|«i Tiik Advance office lasl
luted that Mr. Angus K.Stuart
viitly lesigned the position of
iif Inland Revenue, intends
i Customs broker's office in
»!.
iV. .1.  ArinsU'oiig and family
way un   Friday  I.-i.st  for lie*
phere they will join Mr, \ minim lately opened in  liusini'ss
lown.
. KiiU'rts. milling engineer of
id,returned lu.Midwiiy no Satin
in a visil Ui some milling prop
up the  main   Kettle  river in
he is interested.
Ireenwood "Mlner"repoi is Unit
iighes, of I'hoenix, was held up
i men near Ohesaw hut Thurs*
liitlii and rolihed of $15, a gold
and chain and a hat.
Cameron, wife of Mr.D.A. Ohui-
Manager nf the Canadian Bunk
niuerte, returned io Greenwood
lining after a short hut pleas-
it In Midway, where shdwasllie
of Dr. and Mrs Jukes.
T. Murtin Iveiis, of Nelson, B.0.
eek purchased two lots at the
section of Dawson and Seventh
from the Midway Conipany. It
rstood Mr, lvens intends erect-
business huilding shortly,
and Mrs. Mackuy Ingrim have
their baby girl.    The child luul
ill for some time previously, but
ecare and attention that was
hie to give it availed not to pro-
death, which came Inst Saturday
Ing.
Geo. H. Starncs, of the Coliiniliia
Western railway staff, was in Mid-
on Saturday. He wus on Iiis way
« camp of the 0. P. It. survey
y now engaged in locating a rail-
line between Itock creek and the
nagan valloy.
elson newspapers report that a
nger coach had passed through
town from the Crow's Nest rail-
y for use on the Robson-Mldway
ilway and that Mr. Ed. Chesley had
t to assume the duty of conductor
the new railroad.
"land Revenue officers Inspector
ll and Collector Miller, passoc
•'"Ugh Midway on bust Tuesday's
"geon their return to the const,
ter insi ailing Mr. Hugh McCutehenn
collector of Inland Revenue al
eeiiwiiiid vice Mr. A. 1C. Stuart ro*
Rnetl.
Mr. U, A. Curdei, of the firm of Oar*
•i I'.i'ns., oil and color morchaiils of
"Hi', Miintmiii, was in Midway on
lay Inst. Mr. Carder was very
Itivoi'ihly impressed with thetown and
prospects and ll, is not unlikely that
Vi dl return in the spring to reside in
i- town,
'■ A. Lamlilv, of Fairvie.v, (luld
("uier Coniinissioiii'i' for this dl*
Hi 'line in frnm Fitirview oil Pl'l*
He was accompanied by Mrs.
''ly.     Mr, Ijinilily is tnjin oflieiiil
ess  connected with several up*
uniis for water records on Bound-
creek,
'Ir. Val Haynes, after delivering to
pirns ,t* (i,i„ rt(, |,;i1(,|t Meadow, tho
land of cattle he lirougbt in last week,
('"lui'iied ti the Okanagan, whence ho
TMIl bring In from lhe Mission ahoul
¥*' hogs, also for the local and districl
tutrices.
Mr. Terry's new store building on Friday nigbti There was a good alteml.
ance and a very pleasant time wjis
spent liy the -dancers. An excellent
supper was provided at Mr, Owen's
Oakland hotel, which is besoming one
of tbe popular hotels in the town.
Mr. and Mrs. A, B. Campbell, Mrs,
(JJ.MuArthur and Mr.D.Mauson drove
down to Midway yesteiday morning.
Another Green wood party that enjoyed the fresh air and beauiiful scon-
try ot the town and its surroundings
tne'udeel Dr. and Mrs. Mathison, Mr.
and Mrs. II, M. Keefer and Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Hart.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Sperry, tho Misses Molfatt (two) and Mr, A. M.While-
side were down fnun Greenwood on
Saturday afternoon, Mr, Sperry bad
business here in connection with the
opening of the niiwly-coiistructwl telegraph line from Republic affording
telegraphic communication via that
town with Spokane,
Th>? 8pokana "New West Trade"
says:—Indian Agenl A, M, Anderson,
was in the ciiy dining lhe week and
gave it oul as bis opinion thai the Colville Indian reservatin would lie opened for settlement early in the spring,
About 71X1 Indians are entitled to allotments and two gangs of surveyors
have completed nearly luilf of those
allotments ul read v,
Mirny-tsirnte.
A pretty wedding took pi
P'^byteriun   church,  mi
"ay afternoon, 13th insi
pnrtleiiunu in Lhe ceremony we,-
Forbes M. Kerby, Q
and Miss Ida Birnie, of V
'bnrch ■
ice al the
Wednes-
The chief
Mt.
Midway,
'I'lion.   The
duties of
esses, A. and E, Birnie
was crowded to its ut must cap
■city by friends of the com meting pat
lies. The ceremony was performed hy
I!" H'!V* "• A' Wilson. Miss Edith
panthers acted as bridesmaid, Mr, J
A. McKelvie peformed Ih
best num. Mr
were ushers.
Thoroughly in keeping with the joy-
mis nature of Ihe occasion were the ex-
tremely beautiful floral decorations
wilh which the interior of the church
hnd been decked. A noticeable feat-
urn was alovely floral hell, under which
the bride stood during the. ceremony.
The hivle wns most charmingly nt-
lired in white Duchess siiin.triinnied
with chiffon and pearls. The bridesmaid wore a mosl becoming and handsome costume of white organdie over
Both carried splendid hou*
On Saturday evenlngTHE Advance
sent oul congratulatory telegrams lo
the "News Adveitiser", Vancouver,
and Hie "Spokesman-Review", Spokane, upon the establishment that
evening of telegraphic communication
with those and other cities pertheCorbin telegraph line vi i Republic, The
".Spokesman Review" replied "We rejoice in ibis evidence of progress of
your district," and ihe "News*Adver*
ti*>ei","Vancouver, congratulates .Midway on new telegraphic line."
The prisoners Cameron and Mullen,
committed for trial in the Columbia
arson case, have been sent on to Kam* j
loops Provincial goal to remain in cits* |
tody there until tried by a court of
competent jurisdiction, Provincial
Constable Dinsmore brought Mullen
over to Midway from Columbia last
Tuesday, nnd on the same day look
Cameron oul on bis way to Kamloops.
On Thursday constable Cunningham
took Mullen to Camp .McKinney and
there handed  hilu   over  to   constable
Winter for escort to Kamloops. It is
slated that Mullen's friends were prepared to put up a certified cheque for
$10,000 but His Honor Judge Spinks
declined to grant hail. In the best
Interests of justice this is a matter for
congratulation,
Messrs..). W.Smith, F. Lewin and
R. J. Coulter (all of the Greenwood
slatfof the Rjiuk of Hritish North
America) Sydney M. Johnson, 0. E-,
A. F. M. Meyer and Wallace 0. While
were among last Saturday's visitors
to Midway. They wire guests of Mr.
and Mrs. McMynn who invited several
local ladies and gentlemen to meet
lliem. A very pleasant lime wusspent
at tennis, after which afternoon tea
was served al fresco. Later must of
the party partook of an excellent dinner at tho Lancashire House. Some
of the visitors remained here over Sunday, the others returning l« (ireenwood hy moonlight on Saturday night,
well pleased with tbo hospitality freely
pink silk.
qnetsof cut flowers from the coast, the
gift of the gtnom,
As the bridal party entered the
church, tho gladsome wedding inarch
pealed oul from the organ, and as they
took iheir places before Ihe minister
Hie choir sung "The voice tbat breathed o'er Eden,"
After the ceremony a very enjoyable
reception was held at the residence of
the bride's parents on Schubert street,
and the spacious rooms were Hlled to
overflowing with the crowd of friends
who gathered to offer their cnngratula-
lionsand best wishes. Refreshments
were served nnd u pleasant, hour was
pissed by all. Here was spread a large
and most al tract ive display of wedding
gifts, attesting in amosl tanglhlfc manner lo lbe popularity of the young couple,and to Ihe deep esteem in which
tbey are held. They left by the afternoon train for tbeir future home at
Midway, winch tbey will reach by e;isy
stages via Nelson and Rossland. —Vernon "News."
EXCHANGE CLIPPINQS.
extended to them in "beauiiful Midway."
The following is an extract frnm the
News-Advertiser's report of tbe last
meeting of the Vancouver Board of
Trade. Mr, W.J. Waterman, of Ihe
Vermilion Forks Mining and Development Company, wrote, in connection
with the recent debute on the Hope-
Princeton Road. While the writer
granted thisi;oadlobe highly Impor
Mill, be did not I bins lhe matter had
been put cleaily enough,   Said l I
was really Hie connect ing link be! ween
road communication fnun Coast   to
Hossland and the Boundary country,
From Hope to Ken is was 100 n s
and Ihis was tho road thai should be
urged forward by the Vancouver and
Victoria Hoards, There was roud communication already from Keremci
Rossland and tho C, P. it. Hue ■*-'
Boundary. The Hope-Princeton r
was part of I his 100 miies aiu
part 50 miles was either built or was a
neural wagon mad,   Laid over.
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MINING NOTES.
Flaherty was in town on Satur-
I to the Zala M.
.aim In Sheridan
some requisites
to
at
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this
Mr.M.
day arranging town
„ Very promising ''
i-imp. i.i'oss the lino,
preparatory to starting tho compressor
Eianb recently installed on that prop*
erty.
Twice lasl week
visited the Oro tint
of Midway, In whi
torostod.   "'
lb,. Spokant
fi-iild nnd coppei
Mr. John Douglas
Mabel ClallUS, cast
1, |„. is lurgoly In-
a arranging tn send to
Uspnsition
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Tbe opposition convention that was
to bave met at Katnloops has died a-
born ing.—Nelson "Tribune"
The best way to get rid of objection-,
able Chinese and Japanese laborers in
British Columbia is not to hire them
nor patronize those who do hire them.
—Nelson "Tribune."
Fifteen passengers came in yesterday
in a box car, and have nu wish to repeat the experience unless they wear
cast iron breeches with cushion attachments.—I'iiscude "Record."
In so far as Canada's prosperity is
founded on commerce between far sundered parts of the Dominion, lhat prosperity is of Conservative origin. —Toronto "Evening Telegram,"
If they are going to call in troops
from India. Australia and Canada to
settle tho Boer difficulty there are
chances tbat it will be Oom Dennis instead ot* Com Paul.—Spokane "Spokesman-Review."
The denmgogism of Mr. Joseph
Martin would be too serious a mutter
for u Province that is just entering on
the flrst stages of its development.
We want harmony, not discord j confidence, notdistrusl; union, not division,
Nelson "Miner."
The prospects of the Boundary Creek
coiiniry are very bright, aud if wise
counsels prevail in the government of
ibis Province, we may look for splendid development there.   But what the
Boundary si
open up ii
"Colonist."
The appointment of Mr, W. A. Carlyle, Superintendent of the Re Hoi
mine at Rossland, to the management
of tbe famous Uio Tinto mine In Spain,
is a matter ol more than passing interest, ll is particularly gratifying that
a manager of ii British Columbia mine
should have been selected ui manage
tbe greatest Coppermine in Europe.—
Kamloops "Inland Sentinel."
All l binking workingnien know that
while the just claims of labor must be
fairly and unceasingly pressed upon lbe
atleutioti of governments for settlement, labor has no d •sire.tnaiitagoni/.e
capital, The spirit lietween Ihe two
ought tube one of concllation ; it is in
(hut spirit that great, reforms aro to be
brought ahoul.- Victoria "Times."
Mr, Ralph Smith, tbe labor lender
who represents South Nanaimo in lhe
Provincial Legislature, whilst ill
son made two predictions
was  that   the   Semlin
would not even consider tbe matter of
repealing the eight-hour law, and the
second thai there will   be no general
election iii this Province within the
next year.   Holli of these predictions
will be verified—Nelson "Tribune,"
ll  needs is
-i wealth,
money to
—Victoria
The Miners Home,
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
THIS HOTEL offers the best of accommodation
at moderate charges. Only the best brands ci
liquors and cigars kept on hand. A good table
and good beds add much to the comfort of ks
patrons.
E. MORRIS, PROP.
R0S8LAND.
GREENWOOD.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO.
LIMITED LIABILITY
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
Fire Insurance a Specialty.
0.EO. R. NADEN - MANAQER
Greenwood City, B. C.
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Patrons will find a new house, neatly furnished,
and possessing all modern conveniences, tending
to the comfort of guests. Strict attention paid to
the wants and wishes of customers at all times
GOOD STABLING ON Till*.  PREMISES.
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LyoeUIMM    -  Proprietors.
Bob Hall's Stage Line
(Carrying Her Majesy's Mails)
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Penticton on Mon
days, Wednesdays and  Saturdays.     Passengers to
and from  Fairview, Osoyoos and Oroville,   Wash.,
delivered   in   quick   time,    and     by   comfortable
conveyance.
Livery, Feed and
Sale Stables.
A( Penticton, B. C.
111 R. S. HALL, Prop.
Pipes,
Cigars
AND
Cigarettes
■NOVELS-
J. A. UNSWORTH,
DRUGGIST
MIDWAY - B. 0.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKBNON. B. C
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Practical Watch Maker,
corPER ST,
GREENWOOD B.C.
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Oood Tools, Plenty Material,
and 30 years experience to do
work correctly.   .  .  -
FRUIT-FRUIT
Apples,
Peaches and Prunes,
Now is the time for canning.
The Midway Trading Co.. Ltd.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JAffmaa* roi*—^
The Royal Insurance Coy.
The London and Lancashire Firk
Insurance Coy.
The Insurance Coy. of North
America.
The London and Canadian Fike
Insurance Coy.
The Sun Life Assurance Coy oh
Canada.
The Dominion Building and Loan
Association.
Appraiser for the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings (Joy
JOY'S DOMAIN.
\V(mill's thou thy houso and acres prizo
Ami wirtotl pleasures niar-iet
Go builtl thy nut of nny size,
But make thy garden largo.
The Midway Company still
have for sale a few 5-acre tracts.
Buy one on easy terms, and
"make thy garden large."
LIBEML-CONSERVATIVE CONVENTION.
THE Allium) MocIIukoI tho l.ibernl-Conscr-
vnllvo Union of British Columbia, will bo
hold at tho Assembly Hull, New Westminster,
on the oth day of October, next, commencing at
Hi a. 111. All Liberal Conservatives will be welcome; the right to vole is con lined lo delegates
chosen by Liberal Conservative Associations or
District Meetings regularly convened for this
purposo. One lU-lcgnlo for every twenty members of such Association or District Meeting,
Proxies can only be used by members of the
Union. Advantage may be taken of tho railway rates to and from the Exhibition which Is
being held at the same llinc,
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THE HIGHLAND QUEEN
Consolidated Mining and Milling Company, Ltd.LyJ
Is now offering 25,000 shares of its treasury stock at 5 cents per share.
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INCORPORATED IN SPOKANE, WASH.. U. S. A., JAN. 12th. 1897,   w^
AND REGISTERED IN   BRITISH COLUMBIA, AS  A FOREIGN   |*K
COMPANY. MAV ist. 1897.
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OFFICERS.
DR. ERIC RICHTER   - Pres.   - Spokane. Wash.
SPENCER BENERMAN Vice-Pres.   Midway.B.C.
C. L. THOMET   -   -    - Manager - Midway.B.C.
J. E. BREITFELDER   - Treas. - Spokane,Wash.
F. W. McLAINE   *   -   - Secretary, Midway.B.C.
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HEAD OFFICE OF TNE COMPANY IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
IS AT MIDWAY.
CAPITALIZATION.
Capital Stock  -   $1,000,000,
Divided into 1.000,000 Shares of a par value of $1 each.
FULLY PAID AND NONASSESSABLE.
Of which 400.000 aro set aside for development purp ses
BA.VKER&
TNE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE,
GREEN WOOIi CI TV. B.C.
The properties of the company are all.—three in number—situated '>n Boundary Creek, and possess exceptional facilities fur dcvi loj
the shipment of ore.    Correspondence is solicited, and further information concerning the properties and stock of the Compan)    *     * "--
given by the Manager or Secretarv.       Address all communications to C. L. Thomet, Midwav. B. C,  or F. W. McLaIKE, Mi ■■.   .
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MINERALACT 1896.
Certificate  of  Improvements.
j Certificate  of Improvements
NOTIOB.
Certificate of Improvements.
votiob
GBAsrra Aim Baxhxb Mtnui
CtUMS.
Notice.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate   of  Improvement!.
Situate lo the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Vale District. Where loca;ed:-In Camp
McKinney.
TAKE NOTICE thai I. P.. H. Parkinson as
agent for the (.'amp McKinney Mines
Limited, of Camp McKinney, tree miner's
certificate So. ICiltix. intend, sixty day? from
the daw here-.f. toapply io the Mining Keeor-
der forac-jr'j:: .r-j-of improrements. for tbe
purple of oblaining a Crown grant of lbe
a *»ve claims.
And further take notice that aotion. under
section 37, must be commenced  before the
issuance of sot. h certificate of improvements
Sated thk 17th day of Aa-osi, 1_3.
R. tt PAKKIXSO.V
Eerar-CR Mt.vwi.tL Cunt.
Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division
ofJTale District. Where Located: Camp
McKinney.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Charles DeBtata
Green as agent for the Ecuador McKinney
Mine* Company Limited, tree miners cer
tlficaie   No. intend,   sixty    dars
from the date hereof, to apply to tbe Mining
Recorder te a Certificate of Improvement* for
the purpose cl obtaining a Crown Grant of tbe
above cabs.
And furih** take notice tha; action, under
section 37. nae*  1st commenced before   the
itsuaoce of saeh CYrtifkaie of Improvemen is
j Ilaled Ibis *th day of June, I*».
Fieri.*: k ******m r _■*».
Situate In Os-yoos Mining Division, of Tale
Ifistrir.   Where located:-About a trile
and a halfeait of Penticton.
TAKK SOTO R tM I. J. P. Burnynil. tree
miner- nr.iioaie So. J*06la »< jgco' for
Clement Vatbet, tree miners certino.;.* Ha.
HBBa, Mj«rk Howard, free rainers cerlilkau*
No. ISSU, intend, sixty _*j» from tbe
date hereof, lo ippir to lb* Miiiinf Kecorder
for a Certificate oc Impmretnent*. for the pur-
. po»eof oblakii'g a Crown Grant of lbe above
I tmHm take notice than *clk«i. under
section 37. mn< be commenced before tne
bmaaaet   !-. m A tmproreajenu
Ilated Itis iki day if May ls».
arorrxos.
OHO    Fl.tO    ASS>    111 I! IMilVT.    MiMKIL
Cuius.
Situate   in the Osoyoos Mining Dirluea of
Vale fMsunet     Where locatef : oa Me-
C_g'i Mountain. Fatrvtew Camp.
TAKE NOTICE Ihat I. Mem-Eg KoWnnrm.
acting a, agent for Tbe I *r>, Kino MinwCon*
I pany limited, free miner . rertiHoaleVo Altai,
i intend, any dajs from tbe date hereof, lo
i ai-pir to Ibe Mining Kecorder for a (<rtifl-*le
: of improretwM.*. for Uw fnroaae ot tbtah iac
aCrown Grant of lbe abort r-iauav
j   And further take antler Ibat  artiun  under
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THE MIDWAY CO-(
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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,
Camp McKinney, B. C

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