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 THE ADVANCE.
Vol. XII, No. 17.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28,  1000.
$2.00 per Year.
P. McLEOD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Orkkkwood, B. C.
NICHOLSON,
—: Notary Public,
BAL ESTATE,
FINANCIAL AOENT
-•mm anu MINING BROKER.
|r> MORINNEY, B.C.
; I Dr. R. Mathison,
 1 DENTIST.
NAOBN-FLOOD  BLOCK   •   OREENWOOD.
l,«,«»LLI£Tr. ll.O. SHAW.
Hallett & Shaw
Barristers, solicitors,
NoUrlts Public.
C*Ma AiWruss: "Hau.ktt."
I   Codes: Bwlfonl McNeill's, Moreing tt
Nenl's, Loiber's.
'.&JPBKN WOOD, II.C.
rjAS
SUTHERLAND,
.  , .   MIDWAY.B.C,
OTAKY   PUBLIC,
CUSTOMS  1IBOKKB,
COMMISSION AORNT.
stums entries passed.    Mineral Act
Lund Aoi   ptipois drawn up.   Afll-
Its taken.   AbUrnds made.
min.'.iiiJ'it'otis liy mall oi  teleptiono
flmptly .ve-ied 'o.
\V. DALRYMPLE
it«1     BlaoJcBmiiH
FAIRVIEW. B. <•
ICta. McEntlrc.
«S
Now is the Time
to buy your furs, winter dry
goods and clothing, heavy   and
medium gents' furnishings. We have taken
stock and find   that last year's business warrants us to reduce the price on all thc above
articles and  we offer our patrons bargains in all.
There are quite a few remnants in  plain and fancy silks
and satins as well as dress goods, which we wish to
clear.     This week we will show ladies' white
wear in chemises, nightgowns,  skirts and
drawers, and make a special sale of
them during the month of
JANUARY.
(_x§x§)
We have a full and complete stock in plain and fancy
Groceries at lowest possible prices. New consignment of
California Naval Oranges and Fancy Lemons at
HAIN & COS,
Post Office Store,  -   -   Midway, B. C.
| Hotel Spokane,
)^X^Seventhst-"nidway-
fl. HORAN, PROPRIETOR.
A new building, well furnished. Everything new
and first-class. Only the choicest Wines, Liquors
and Cigars kept in stock. Headquarters for Mining
and Commercial Men.
NEWS CLIPPINGS.
wn 'ite
GOOD STAii
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Where a Hatter of Honey
Is the only Consideration
we have cheap cloth-
tiling for you.
Where Quality is
the Main  Point
we are with you also.
Cheap goods pay ns best
but you are not as likely
to come back.
If  you make  your
selection from our stock of
Exccllert flfliinv on li.
RMSTR01   0T1
II. KEYE8, Prop.
Mid    AlTOIIIIIIIKllitillll,
Besi Liquors ami Cigar*.
First-Class Stabling
ARMSTRONG B.C.
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PR. MON,
Practical Watch Maker,
GQPPIOB BT
GREENWOOD B.C.
(loud Tools, Plenty Matt trial,
|X    aji.l ao yesrs experience   to do
j if    work correctly.  . .  .   *
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St. Lake's Home...
A Private Hospital
and Nurses' Home.
Oppeiklimer St., Vanoouver.
, Medieal.Si.rgieal andMidwifery cases
elvetl.   Ti'vniH t—  I'rivat,"   Him.iiih,
|15 per week ;  Beth in Wards, $11)
er week
Nurses .K*nt into tbe country at the
*iial   charges,    telegrams receiving
hiinedliite nttenttnn,
[All applications to he made to
SISTER FRANCES.
A MATTCR OF MONEY.
Shorey's Ready to Wear Goods ;;ee *£ £*
manently secured your patronage, because :
We guarantee the workmanship.
We guarantee the material to be shrunk.
We give you a guarantee Card in the pockets of
all of Shorey's make which means
SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BACK.
We solicit your trade on this basis.
Does it strike you as a sound one.
The Midway Trading Company, Ltd.,
J. R. JACOBS, Manager, Midway, B.C.
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Midway Meat Market -1
K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor. {
At this establishment customers can get choicest cut* of $
BEEP. MUTTON. PORK and VEAL. |
'"     -     ■ ~   J-.J-^J=    £
.  . Betrlvomitar ost the inwiislsiaii  -   • X
Therefore Meats are always fresh anil sweet.    Cull anil got it good Joint §
fm1 dinner to-dity. g*
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STAND
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Is now open with a Stock of
CIGARS,  FANCY GOODS,   ETC.
All the Leading Magazines Kept on Hnnd.
Circulating Library in Connection.
Thos. Walker, Prop.
Seventh Street,
Midway, B.C.
Interesting Facts and Figures
about People, Places and
Events.
Automobile Gaining in  Popularity
Wireless Telegraphy for Newfoundland arid Labrador.
A $80,000floiir mill is to beereetedut
Moose Jaw.
Prince Henry of Prussia lins been
visiting the King of Slam,
(piiiiiilimi ti'jiili' in Au-iluiliii itici'Ottsecl
between 181X1 and 1808 at thu rata of
more than !MXi per cunt.
The new ten inch wire Kim to he tried
at Sandy Hook has heen three years in
building and oost $85,000. It* weight
is 57,875 pounds, and it will die a 575-
potlnd projectile.'
Several of the big railroads of the
west and central west have placed
orders within the last few weeks for
fully 5,(X»,000 tieH, of which 8,000,000
will cuine from Minnesota.
Tlie returns at the Interior Department ut Ottawa show that the receipts
for the first two months Unit the Yukon telegraph line was in operation
amounted to over $1:1,000.
The tramways, omnibuses and un
dergroiind  railways  in   and   around
bunion, England, within a radius of
Hve miles, carry each year, it is calculated, aliout 453,000,000 passengers.
There were in 1897, 1.12S vessels, 825
steamships and Ml sailing vessels,
built in the United Kingdom. Their
aggregate tonnage was 1,731,513 tons.
The year wits a record one for British
ship huilding.
Secretary Root has sent lo Congress
an abstract of the military force of the
United States, showing the total number of men available for military duty,
but unorganised to lie 10,343,150, and
an aggregate organized strength of
toi,339.
The contract for the new public
buildings at Xew Westminster, B. I!,
hiAheen awarded to .Messrs. Bourque
k Des Rivieres, of Ottawa. The
amount is in the neighborhood of
$00,10). The old buildings were destroyed by lire.
There is no doubt as to the success
of the postal note introduced a little
over a year ago. Tin* revenue there-
from which started at Hve or six thous-
und dollars, has mm' almost touched
the eighty thousand mark. Hy the
end of the year it is expected it will
reach $125,000.
Ann Ruth Seneca, an Indian princess, is studying medicine at the Medical Ghirtii'gical hospital in Philadelphia, She took a classic course in
the Carlisle Indian school, where she
developed herlove for nursing the sick.
Two of lier brothers were on tlie Carlisle football team.
It has been officially announced tlmt
the Canadian Pacific Railway Coin
pany will erect one of the most up to
date telegraph buildings in the Do
million on the site of their present
telegraph headquarters iu Montreal
The building will he equipped with all
the latest improvements as regards
facilities for bundling (heir rapidly in
creasing business.
Tlie "Autocar" hns made a careful
calculation and reports that during
181)11 very close tin 2,000 automobiles of
various kinds were made iu or iin purled
Into (treat Britain—tliis number being
about equally divided between autocars and various descriptions of motor
cycles. The trade in 1900 Is likely tn
be increased at least 50 per cent.—most
probably doubled.
Canada is gradually taking her place
among countries which can manufacture for the world. Last iHltlinill a
(Jail Itt'in shipped tii Mexico two carloads of bagasse Intel's to be erected on
Mexican sugar plantations, and each
season the same company exports to
Cuba several thousand dollars worth
of sugar machinery, Before the Boer
war they also shipped mill machinery
to Lorenzo Marques, in Portuguese
South Africa.
Tbe establishment of the Marconi
system of wireless telegraphy in the
northern part of Newfoundland, and
along the Labrador coast, seems to be
contemplated by the Newfoundland
Government, whose Minister of Marine
and Fisheries, in a recent Interview,
stilted that the plan at present thought
of, If arrangements can lie made with
Marconi for instruments, fitting up.
etc., is to connect the Labrador coast
with the nearest telegraph station on
the Island, prohnhlj Tilt Cove, The
distance hetween TiltCoveimd Uiiiueo.
Northern Labrador, in a line along
the coast, is something over .850 miles.
Ihis means (hut. 18 stations at a distance of about 50 miles apart would be
plated.
THE MINERAL WORLD.
Alaska-Treadwell's Big1 Output,
---Deep Shafts of Tamarack
Copper Mine.
A Big Cheque for Ore Worth $8,ooo
per ton.- An International
Mining Congress.
The value of the gold Cripple Creek,
Colorado, bus produced diil'lur lb" lasl
nine years is   given  as $IM. 175,873.
At, the Tamarack copper iniin1, Michigan, No. 1 shaft is down, 8,228 feel s
No. 2, 4,1X10 feel ; No. 3, 4,450 : No, I
down to lhe llth level and No. 5, 8.H3B
feet, with 1,200 feel more logolo reach
the lode.
The revised official figures show the
output of ore from the liosslntlil mine*
for the year 189!) to have lieetl I Ore,
180,800 tons: gold 101,500 o/.s., value
$1,1)2)1,000 ; silver, 272,800 ozs., value
$109,(XX); copper, 7,783,000 lbs., value
$1,114,400,   Total value, $3,211,400.
A circular issued to thr stockholders
of the Isabella (Sold Mining Coinpaiiy,
of Cripple Creek contains a facsimile
of a cheque paid fur a car of ore from
the mine. The company asset ts thai
t his is the largest cheque ever paid for a
single car of ore and it is doubtful if
anyone will rise to controvert tin
statement. The cheque calls for $219,
00002 and represented an average
value of nver $8,IXX)a Inn. The cheque
was issued Dec. 29. 1890. by the Taylor
& Briinloii Sampling Conipany of
Victor, Col.   The car was of 27 lolls,
The latest report of theAlaska-Tread-
wcll Cold Mining Co, is for lhe year
ended May 31, 1800, During that year
there were mined anil milled at the
mine 250,108 tons of ore nt a cost of
$103,8S7.0D, or a litlle over 77 cents per
ton, The value of the gold yield per
too was $2.71. The total cost of mining, milling and extinction nf gold,
including chlorination, was $1.28 pet
ton. This left a profit of $1 43 per ton.
Since work was commenced at the
mine in 1882 there have been 2,78(1,421
tons of ore crushed averaging $3.07
per ton, The average cost perton was
$1.15 and the average prolit $1.02. The
gold yield has varied from $4.40 per
ton 111 1838 to $2 31 per ton in 1898.
Tlie cost of treatment has varied from
$2.25 per ton in 1SS7 to $1.08 per Um
in 1897.
The Isabella is ('ripple Creek's most
spectacular mine. The sensational
strikes in it and lhe. tremendous Mucin*
.it ions of its slock have spread ils funic
all over the country. For a lime there
was dissension in lhe coinpaiiy, but at
the annual nieeling held ill Colorado
Springs .limitary 15 lhe vote was unanimous for the re*election of the old
board of trustees, Nelson B. Williams,
president of the coinpaiiy, voted OO per
cent, of the stock in ihe meeting. No
one opposed bis control. The presi
dent's tepol'l.contained these interesting figures concerning lhe year's pre
duction, etc, I
Total gross production ofore $1X18,011.21
Net smeller returns    851,47032
Nel profits uf lhe conipany
afler deducting all mining
expenses and machinery
charges, etc    546,818,38
('ash balance  lu  banks to
ctedil of conipany December 31, 1890     470.790.00
Amount, paid   in   dividends
during  year    270,000.00
An International Mining congress is
lo be held at, Milwaukee, Wis,, June
10*28, In explaining the objecl of the
congress lhe executive hoard siy6 in
pari ! "A new commerce, anew policy,
a new destiny and a new pin pose for
living mid living rotifronis 75.(XX),OOOof
people, and lhe greatest factor Iti promoting thr wenl lb, the growth and
the power of this Country is lhe mining Industry. Itis ihe milling Industry that is the power of ibis country.
It It the mining industry that is the
power lhat will most easily, naturally
and permanently hti'ld up our foreign
Inde, restore prosperity among Ihe
people and lay a firm financial foundation for lhe present and future generations. It is therefore mg.d that all
earnest, scientists, metallurgists and
practical mining ami mill men, matin
fart lirers of mining machinery and all
others interested in advancing the welfare of this nation attend and participate in ihe deliberations of this coining
session of lhc International Mining
congress, nnd by Iheir presence, insi ruction and advice nirtk*-(he proceedings nf this assembly of so Interesting
and educational a character as to command favorableconsidi'i'Blion throughout the civilized world. It is not lhe
object of this congress lo confine its
consideration alone Io that of milling
for gold and silver and (heir by-products, lint thai of iron, null, marble,
■.lone, lhe various fireclays, asphaltiliu
a ml all kindred Interests of lhe mineral
and metallic classes, To secure hetter
recogiiiiiiin of the mining industry in
th*. nnl tonal government and In h'fng
about needed changes iii ihe federal
miut'fc' Ihws is aimed at.
V/AR NOTES.
Ducked the Student—British
"Hearts of Oak."—Boers fled
in their Night Shirts.
Highlanders' (iallant Charge at Hag*
ersfontein. . Colonel   P.aden-
Powell's Bomb-Proof
Mound.
New Westminster Chlhnmen sub*
scribed   quite   freely to   ine  Mansion
House Fund,
It is the Inleniloll of the Oovernnient
to recruit, tn full strength lhe Northwest Mounted Police.whnso ranks have
been thinned by enlistments for service In south Africa.
Medical students Jit McGill University, Montreal, ducked a youngAmeri*
can freshman in the dissecting bath
fnr making offensive remarks about
the British forces in South Africa,
The "Spectator" suggests lhe erection of a monument in the most prominent place in London. England, to the
memory of the colonial troops whn
have fallen in defence of the Empire in
South Africa.
Major General Button has heen
ordered tn South Africa for special
service, by the War Ofllco. During
his absence Lieut.-Colonpl the Hon. M.
Aylmer will take command of the
Canadian forces.
Two liberated Abyssinian slaves,
Corporal Milks Guys and Driver Ga-
maclies Garter, are serving in Ihe artillery at Ladysmith. They were rescued
froni a slave dhow in the Red sea in
1889 by H. M. S. Ciprez.
The Boers have reached the limits of
their offensive campaign. They cannot advance another mile into British
territory, Now that Britain hns
gathered her forces, the Boers art.
doomed to a defensive campaign.
The British soldiers have shown
themselves in all battles which have
lieen fought up to the present under
the most adverse circumstances to ba
the "hearts of oak" of their native
songs.—Vossischa Zeitimg, Berlin.
The Rev. ,1, W. Clenry, chaplain to
■the troops at Tuli, was wounded in the
feet during a surprise attack made by
the Boers. Rather than delay tha
retreat of the small patrol he insisted
on being left behind and wns taken
prisoner.
A London despatch snys that Hon.
Edward Blake, member for South
Longford, was one of the (XI who voted
for Mr. Redmond's motion practically
to recognize the independence of the
Transvaal and Orange Free State,
Just 308 voted against the motion.
In the successful attack on Gun Hill,
hy Major-General Hunter and the
Nntiil Volunteers, li wns found that
the Boers had a magnificent dug nut.
room under the ground, fitted np with
beds and sofas. They fled in their
llight-shirts, and looked like a compuny
of hn boons scampering down the recks,
The unforeseen demands on the Boer
slock of shells, which have come from
the heavy artillery employed in the
prolonged operations in Natal, must
have seriously Impaired lhe resources
which were relied upon to prolong the
final defence of Pretoria. The Boers
hiiveiiscdiiiNiit.nl the guns and the
iiiiiiiiuiiitioti .vhich were to lie the
main defences of their capital. They
may finally get the guns out of Natal,
lint tbey cannot replace the ammunition wliieh they have wasted.—Tot"
onto "Telegram,"
At the battle of Magersfiuitein General iVauchope wasdown. riddled with
bullets ; yel gasping, dying, bleeding
from every vein, the Highland chief-
lain raised himself on his hands and
knees and cheered Iiis nien forward,
Wen and officers fell iu heaps together.
The Black Watch charged, and the
Gordons ami lhe Seaforths, with a yell
that stirred the British camp below,
rushed onward—• onward to death or
disaster. The accursed Wires caught
them round the legs until they floun-
ilered like trapped wolves, and all tin
time the rilles of the foe sung the ^..n}.,
if death in tbeir ears, Then they fell
back, broken and beaten, leaving nearly 1,300 dead ami wounded.—War Cor
respondent ol "Daily News."
An interesting letter has been re*
eived from Colonel Baden-Powell,
telling how lie is conducting the defence of Mafeking by telephone. Hi
made himself a bomb-proof mound in
tlie centre ol the town. He says :
Here I sit in tny bomb-proof bureau
writing these letters. Around me Is
telephone communication witli each
one of niy outposts. At ench one of
ihese outposts a telescope keeps constant watch on the Boer outposts and
[tins, As soon as it is seen which way
their fire is ahoul to be directed tin'
wire ctiiiiiiiiuiit'iitionsseiiU word anil
the bell, With which each defensive
quarter is provided, elan in (hat/
parl.ot the town where tne shell t»
ubout to full. Ail in lbe open at nnc<-
go to ground like rabb.u." irr ■ -
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Is now on deck with a compete stock of
General MM\% Men's Clothing. Boots,
1 Shoes and Bote Goods.
Call  and   convince  Yourself.   :   Special discount
; of 25 per cent, off Ladies" Hats for the next 30 days.
KILLINEBY DEPARTMENT- Mrs. L R. Terry In charge.
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lurni-hed in first class style   The dining  -
is supplied with the best < n the market.   The   bu
connection is run by  Messrs. FRANCIS & MILNE,
late of Cascade City, and has a choice stock of Wines.
Liquors and Cigars.    :   :   :   :
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
I* *itiiati*«i at  Rock Cn«*^. B.CL.   .Mn   th*  main: toate  tii    tr_xx-i
t«**»eifn Peuticicm -jed all B.oiwta»y Crwrk j-wintj    -
piarf* foe st tget
Good Fishing -:- Good Han*in? -:- Bestof Accorrrr&.j.f.cB
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ll PAINTING
and all kind** of Decorative Worl eAceuted b%
M ;-viy and p«t  it 00 bowl tht
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POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
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JOVS DOMAIN.
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•"irake thy garden I tl^.
LADNERS.
BRITISH
COLUMBIA
Ocr   Specialtie.*^—Varieties  Pr :;:.       in  ii-zz-z C    .-
1 wss Free from Pests
FRCIT   AXD  OKNAMKNTAL  TKEF>.   PLANTS   AXD   TIXBfi
Send (or Free C-cdoeuR.       E. Hctch-Rsos, Mana^trr.
■;-i- R. H. PARKINSON^
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ir..i  neaii tbe toi-
Provincial Land •j**"rT*?jor.
Vi/   Architect aad
B.. E- M-- Sel«io.,
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Civil Engineer
N.jkm <xi (.\-«rse Con-   Finaiicifll.
. Rl'-. <r      l^eal Estate.
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Minia-. Agent
HVOTABT    PUBLIC
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Y ail view Towniiw A^*jen_
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B. H. PAHKI.\SOX.
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FAIRVIEW - HOTEL
Commercial and Mining men should  put up
. at the Fairview Hotel v/hen in camp.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION. EVEIWHING EXCELLENT
Qeo J. SKeeKan
Proprietor.
m 1. M.  K, Ruo»U.-.«i.
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ARMSTRONG  B.C.
The -Ddenagned having taken thi; weil-
kriorn and comfortable hotei invites the
patronage of all old customers and the public
genera!!y.
BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS & CiGAR.^
Furnaee-heated and comfortably
farntahtd   room*,.
FIRST CLASS MEALS   WELL SERVED.
Thos. D. Banbury, Proprietor.   >
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MINING MACHINERY
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Livery  and   Feed  Stables,
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■:.-r:":^i:h*^ Heeeivin? new Goods Daily,
nuth of tb* bttnr—Uinrjal,
a.m b«h (__ acd -x**i UTKT COS:IGNS£NTS COVTAISING
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Rispetttil.
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CURTAIN POLES AND FIXTURES
PICTURE AND WALL MOULD
REFRIGERATORS  etc.
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MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
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T- -AOL G-oJLLey ^ Co.
,{**   Furniture   :   Undertaking  and  Errfc^rr.-rig.
S COPPER 5TREET, GREENWOOD. B. C.
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Thz Sidway CotnpaDy, Ltd.
PIONEER-HOTEL
D-X'SI
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CanadiaiiramlicRy,
and SOO LINE.
Operate th Fastest Train across
tiie American Continent.
First Class and Tourist Supers
OCEAN TO OCEAN.
],..ktiiiii M.    DAILY TRAIN    U'kstihh'NH
j'ul.'i     Lv.     Stall ioub .lot.     Lv.     IIIjj'iii
CONNKOTINa 8TKAMER
Lojivi'M   iviiilctiin. Tun., Tlmi'.. snt..   0:00
ArrlVO! I'nntloton. 'im.. Wort.. Kit,  17130
Accelerated Servioj to and irom
all points and through
KOOTENAY MINING DISTRICT.
Ex Si :,.     DAILY TRAIN       Ks. Sin.
I—.——   Al'.       (In'i.inviiuil Lv,   lj:i)fi
-THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL
EAST ANO WEST AT LOWEST RATES.
Ful' full iiifiii'iii.'iliim n.s tn time, rates,
etc. nr for copies of (:. 1'. Hnilwuy
publications, address;
E. 11. REDPATH, Agent. Greenwood,
8. L, SMITH, Agent, Penticton,
AY. p. ANDERSON, T. P. A. Nelsnn.
E. .1, COYLE, A. (i. P, A. Vancouvei'.
NOTICE.
NOTICE Is hereby given Hint ililily days
. . iifij'r ii.ni' l ii.it'.;:i t.i imply in dm (.i.iof
Comhii&iioncr of tamlii nml V.'.n'ks fur por-
mbiMiiiin lo pui'vli—i ,'ijj.iai'i'rs uf Innil iuj fol-
Jo ■ -■   .■ niinciicliigii! npnal half a inlllo South
uf the SSrth  i:.-i  corner nf Lot9/0Iho :
I-..::'. Hi ch.iIiiHSouthUionco ft) chains, tliiinco
V, ,':■! lOi'huliin, Ihmioo North SOcliiUns tonlnco
.,f "mn i' in iinoiii   untl containing '.lin acrim
moroorl   s.
Tho .-.iii ! unl bolngroctuirodjForagricultural
' MclCAV INflHIM.
Datod thin Sth ilny nf Jami iry, lOW).
HI DWAY, B. C.
Beautifully situated at tiie eonflueiice of Boundary Creek and Kettle Biver,
ILL BE TllL' most important railway town in the Kcttle River Mining Division.
The Western Terminal and Divisional point of the Columbia & Western Railway.
The Wholesale Supply and  Manufacturing centre of the  Kettle River and Boundary
Creek  Districts.
The distributing   point for   Upper   Kettle  River,  West   Fork   and  Camp  McKinney
•nming camps,
The nearest Railway town to   Republic,   Meyers   Creek,   Palmer  Mountain  and   other
Northern  Washington mining camps.
The   leading residence town   in   thc  country, with an excellent   climate,  pure  water
supply  and  favorable sanitary conditions.
Business, residence and garden lots at lowj>rices and on easy terms...
 ;   SEND KOR MAPS, PRICKS ANI) CULL PAItTICULAHS TO  :	
iri fo
fo fo fo
fo fo fo
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J. F. PKidOTT, Manager,
^ittS1* THE MIDWAY CO, Ltd.
E. JACOBS,
A**ciit for British Coliiniliia,
Midway, It.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certlfioate  of   Improvements.
xeo*s.*x:a a
Guanit:' '.vi' Han'mjk Minkkai, Claims.
Sltuato I" tlu Osoyoos Minlnr? Division ot
j tie Distr.c,   Where locaiod:  irt Camp
MeKlnney
*"**•...Ki',  J,li!'   '.' ilml 1, U. H. 1'iirkliisi.ti us
ntfniil Cm"   i.'    tlninp   M.'KiiHity Minrs
Liinilun, of i'".iii"  M-K tinny,   froo   miner's
ni':  leat'j No, !1 iu.\. Intend, sixty .lays from
liii.-ilnteli J'"if.:. ;.|.p!y I'i tno Mining ltocoi'-
il.: firne riitlmil.1 of improvements, for tlie;
pni'p i-,   --:' ,i„ij '„ij..' n  I'l'n'vMi Lji-nnl, of tlie
Mineral Act 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Dominion, FAmvmw, A, D. A, and Black
Hawk Minkkai. Claims.
Situate   in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yalo District   Whore located : In Camp
Falrvlow.
TAKK NOTICK that,I, Chns. ilell. Oreen,
ns ngont. for the Dominion ('nnfloliilnicri
Minos, l.iiiiiluii.fi'i'i' iiiiiiei''s.Jt!rliliijiii'.\'o,n.',j;^
Intond, sixty days from lhe dato hereof, lo
apply to tlm Mining; Recoi'tlor for a Certitlcato
of improvements, for the purposo of obtaining
a Crown Oi'jint of lln; ahove elnlins.
And further take noliee thill action under
so, lion 37tntist,bocommoiioed hefore the issu-
anco of sueh Certificate of Iniprovtiinents.
Datod ihis'.llth liny of October, ism
(HAS. iibH.OKKKX.
ROS8LAND,
Greenwood.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO.
LIMITED LIABILITY
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
Fire Insurance a Specialty   ^LZZTcuyT™*
MINERAL ACT, 1806.
Certificate   of   Improvement)!.
NOTIOB.
iiiojKN   Mountain,   iilaok   ami ai.hiku
Minkiiai, Claims.
Situate In the Osoyoos   MlnlnK Division of
Yale District.   Where locaied ; In Green
Mountain camp, Keremeos creek.
TAKK Nil! Itl. Ilml I.rhnN.ileltl.iisfllwn,
aelini* ;i„ i lii-ni fur lhiviil Murk free
miner _ corttflcnte No. nABSQ, Joinea Murk, free
i miner'scorlllloalo Mo. nllTXi. Alfred .Voodcrofl
| free' minor* eerlitleiiie No. IliflOT, and P.
C. MeArllnir, free nilner -e. llltliiu.' No,I1B37a,
iiiteuil.Hixly ilivs from the dale hereof, lo
upply lo Ine Mining lleeonlerforaCertificnte
of liiipni\'eiiu'iii>i. for the pnrpOM ..fobtniniit'c
a (Town Qranl >.f iln- above claims.
Anil fnrllier lake notice thai RGttOtl, under
seel inn  .'17,   musl   lie  oiiiiiunmeed   In-fore  lhe
1 lssuanoe of siieh CortlAoate of ttnprorOmenti
j Datod ihi.'-in Inlay rf January, iimi.
OHAS, in.H tlltKKN'.
On good paper,
|| and in the most
I approved style
ii
M   LETTER HEADS
'd%   BILL HEADS
K   NOTE HEADS
M   ENVELOPES
K   STATEMENTS
B   POSTERS
m   BUSINESS CARDS
i    "
III   CALLING CARDS
||   BLANK FORMS
S&3 of any kind.
&'w _N_N»
§1     BILL OF SALE
•$M forms for Mineral Claims
ffl _i_t__
SURVEYORS'
Affidavit forms fcr Field
§i)   Notes, etc., etc.
mm
mm
Wi
el fn
Mi.'..   I
Mineral Act, 1896.
Certificate   of  Improvements.
Kotloe,
Ri'llskvi: Fraction Minkiiai, Claim.
Situate In Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale
Ulstrict.   Where Locaied:-On Knigei*
Mountain.
-TAKK NOTICE thai. t.Chas.deBlolsGroi
hm notion, under.   |    usngoiil for John O, Kit
 lier. free miner's
hefore Ilie   ccrtiHeiito Nu. 18728a, Qoorgd A. Kngol, free
...;,. li.vriiji, ni,'of improvements      minor's cortiflcato No. 18727A, nnd for Win. V.
i   ITlllilny oi .\il list. IMW.                     Keller, free miners eerlilie.ile No.u.'iT.'S. ilileuil.
'■   II PAItRINBON      nitty dnjs from the  dato   hereof, toapply
"     lo   the Minim; Rooordor for ji eerlilleale of
Improvomonts, for the  purpose  of obliiiniiij,'
a Crown granl of tho nhove elaini.
.'.nil furiher lake nntieo Hint, action, under
eel ion 37. must bo commenced before Mie issu
ance of sueh eerlillenle of improvements,
Hilled Ihis itllth day cf Octobor, ISO.
 CHAS. null. ORKKN.
fmmmmatammmmaa am—_
NOTICE.
TUIC liritNli iiiluiiiUiii Soutliopti Hallway
I'oinpany ivi.il itpplf to it»o i'arliutii-iit of
Canada ai It* noyl s-.-Kion for an Acr. miihor-
itsinx ih" (Joinprttjy l_ complete al any time be-
foro Lho ond or ihoj*3ar nm*, itw wwloni soclion
as dof-cribed in Ww A< I of tho wii-l I'arlloinont
IflS-Gi Victoria, Clinpinr Ml and a branch lino
from a paint on its main Hno nt or near iho
forkttof Mli nol t'nei; thoticeby wayol Mlchbl
('rick m Slart-oti i toU;flnd for otht-rpurposes.
By order of tho llmird,
H. CAMPBELL OSWALD,
Soorclary,
Montreal, 17th Kovombor, ISi-fl.
wmmuvm»cmm_Mammm
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certifiute  of  Improvements
Notice
IlAi.Mniivi. Mineral Claim.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale  District.   Whore located:  Camp
McKinney,
-TAKK NOTICE that I. it. H._Parkinson
Bob Hall's Stage Line
MINERAL ACT. IS96.
Orrtilicatt*    of   ImproveiiivntN.
WOTIOTI
(Carrying Her Majesty's Mails)
,  A Trial Order Solicited.
)   Addhkhh :	
TKe /\d^ance,
MIDWAY, ll.e
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate   of   Improvements'.
Notloo
Thk Mkaiiow I.akk Minkhal Claim.
Situate In lho Kettle River Mining Division of
M,    .1        . \1       t .  D     .   . n't Yale   Dlstriet.   Where loeated:   In Sky-1 Iiik HniTiii.ArK am, MivKi/m
eets the steamer Aberdeen at renrxton   on M on     inrk camp, lyim* southerly ot ami ad- c
Fairview, Osoyoos and Oroville,   Wash.,   '   -1'1  "" llir r„v„-.,x,-s„ mnn.t-
clays, Wednesdays and  Saturdays.
and from
delivered   in    quick   time,    and     by   comforta!
conveyance.
Pacconrrorc   i  .       Joining tho Skylark mineral claim.
passengers uj -i-aick notice thai i. n..i«.h .>„~,ph u,
I    Plant, froo minor cortiflcato No. iv'.iM, ft
myself Hid as  imeiil  for  It. I,.   Iluttor,  fr.
I     minor enrttfloato No. ISBlA, .Iiiiiut. MeNlooi,
"L   freoi minor .oortlfloate No, IMTJa, uml tVilliam
Livery, Feed and
Sale Stables.
A; Penticton, B. C.
R. S. HALL. Proo.
Situate in the Otoyooi Mining Dlvls
Vale dlblri.il. Where Iwiitcd .
Camp Fairvlew.
TAKK.VOTICK.lli.it   I. John  A    \l„
|.»  nginil    for   II.   T,   sin I    ol
oouvor froo miner's oerllflcelc No, n..:
1.....1, «ixlv days fnu.,   ihu date   heron
r inxx-i
ii[|.||. -I., ihe .Mining Recorder for u 1,'onli
niprovemonta, for the pnrp
Subscribe for
firjihniii Mi'M.nn. froo minor ourtlfloAto No.
liOMl, Intend, sixty daya from tbo ilau. hrni.f.
tu upply to tbo Mining II. r.lor for a Cortifl.
cato'nf Itnprovumcnta, tor thopurpooo of ob*! n. ......
talolna aurottn Omni of thoaboroctalm. ',!'" ",■ T,.  i'ii"' ' "' ''"T""'' "' "'"
Amlfiiiilii-r ink  thai action, undor ''1;',"]'""'' "'''"' * -'"• Hniius.
....'lion SI, mnsi i immencod bUoro the ™ ' ,.'",r.""r "'"; """'•••' llml yz"!  "
issii.ui,'.' of such ri'iiiil,i.ii..,fliii|.ri,v,.|„,.|,is.    '''  ' ":    " " . '"'. -t'lnnienee. fori
Dated Mils;ih.im of Novel r. mu. i ■~"l"ll"'"f -mn i onifloate,,f Improio u
NKLSOXJUSKI'II U PLANT ! ""'"' ""' '•'"''''"' "' _"!___ >•*
Aii Ideal Rfigideneo Town sW1 -«.vis ,a, -ss
ilUlUl/U! Ui/OIUUliUll JL U TT il*  daya from tho dato hereof, to apply io tho
Buy a residence site whilst
there is plenty of choice. Pure
air and watfip, beautiful scenic
surroundings, skilled resident
physician, excellent school--just
the place for families.  Try it.
For Pricks and Terms
Ipply to
TKE MIDWAY CO., LTD.
Mining itecordor he a cortilicato of Improve
uii'ii'.-. for the purposo of ohtniiiiiiK n Crown
Urniii of tho-abovoclaim.
And fnrllier Inke noliee thnl action, uniler
mjoI ion JI7.  must   lie eoniiiieneeil  hefore Hie
issuance of such Cortilicato of Improvements,
liaieil ihis -.'SHi day of November, 18MI.
uiciiAiai ii. l'AiiKix.so.v p. I,, a.
THE MICE,
Tlie pioneer newspaper in tbe Boundary district
v    Only $2.00 a Year.
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Certificate   of   Improvd-it-nt*-.
NOTIOB.
Gold Dust ami I.itti.k Uiu.i. Hi'sr Mimjiml
Claims,
Sltuato In lho Osoyoos Mining Uivlslon ol
Yale  Ulstrict.   Where locaied :   Kruger
Mountain.
TAKK NOTIOK thai I. elms. deBlols Oroen
aaagont forGoorgo A.Kngol, free .oiners
Sortlfioato No. I8TJ7.I, ..ml for Wni. Kollor, fre
miners .jurtHlejuo No. lun-is. intond sixty days
from I he .Ial*- hereof. In iiliply In lhc Mining lie-
eordtirfnrii ooriiflefttc of tmprorohiont**, for tho
purposo of i>l.taiiiiii-**a Crown linml of llm
ahove olaima,
And fnrllier lake nntlen thai action, under
unction   87, most Im eoRimenood heforo the
issuanoo of sueh eerlilleale of inipi'iivenienls.
liaiisl this .*nli ilny of Ootober. inn.
CIIAS. iiKlll.tUS GltKKN.
J. NER AL ACT 1806.
Certiflciite   of   Iniprovcinciits.
NOTIOB.
Ooi.u llru  Mikkkal Claim.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division
of Yalo Dlstriot. Whero Locatod: Camp
Fairvlew.
TAK K NOTICE thai I. Clms. Do Him- Oreen
ns i«cnl for George Bbouhan, froe miner's
oortlAcato   Nn.   nxiau, intend,   Hixty    days
from lhe dale hrmif. tn apply lo Iho .Milling
'teeonler for n ('nriMraii. of ImproveiiicnP. for
the purposo of obtaining a Crown Gram of n.u
nl...... elnlm.
And fiirlln i lake notice thai action, under
section :i7. iiinm  Ihi eolilliieoeiHl Iniforn   lha
issuance olanrh t VrtiHeai« of ImproreinonU
liat«l this 5th day of January,|A, 11.10UO.
OHA8. IlKll. (illKK.V.
pokane Falls
..& Morthem,  i       - »m /        * y
Nelson & Fort Sbeppard, JlSSl    3     WOrCl   !
- - AND - -
Red Mountain Railways.
- MI DWAY-
iverside Addition.
The   only all-rail route, with
out cliange of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland
and Nelson. . .
jM
DAILY THA INS,
GOING jVnll'I'lI.                     GOING 8(11!'
12i4Iii. ni.. ..   "Alters I2illli.ui.
Truit! leaving Mnrrtis nl 12:11 n, in.
iiuilti'T i,ii*|. conni'i'tions ul 8pokane
Willi I ruins f.ir ail
Pacific Coast Points.
''Ins,, ciiiini.el inns nl. Ni'lsnn with
sti'.iinliiiiii' fnr Kii'ln nml all KiKitonnv
fink ■ pnliils,
Pti ui'rn   for   Koltle   Hiver  nnd
ll..u idiiry Owk i'tinn?cl ui. Mureiis
tvlt.li sii".'''.'m'Iv.
£JC. A. .Acicnow,
G. P.SiA, A
To those contemplating an investment in Midway real estate, the information is
offered that on the Riverside Addition may be
found 300 very choice residence sites.
LOTS 50 x 125 FEET.
For terms and all other inform ation apply to
W. H. NORRIS, or        A. MEGRAW,
Midway, B. C. Camp McKinney, B.C.
W. H. WEBB, *
*a__ Practical _s_* J
WAGON AND CARRIAGE f
c
BUILDER. J
Midway, B. C. ;
—♦—* s
Bepaiviugr """
/OK ALL KIND8 1
Promptly   and   Neatly
Executed.
E
|y CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY. ll
LEE CHUNG
LAUNDRY,
MIDWAY, B. 0.
WASHINGS  CALLED  FOR AND
DELIVERED.
PrloM Mod»r>t*.

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