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1. 2, No. 52.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY,    JUNE. 25. 1904.
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Merchandise
We have purchased at a substantial
reduction, the entire stock of Messrs
Cosens Bros. General merchants of
Camp McKinney, consisting of GROC.
ERIES, DRY GOODS, FURNISH-
INGS,    BOOTS and SHOES,  etc.
The larger portion of this stock is
new and fresh having been bought for
this year's trade, and some of the goods
have not been hauled away from Midway. As we have not sufficient room to
store all this stock, we have decided to
offer substantial REDUCTION TO
CASH BUYERS.
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Fisheries of Canada.
Ottawa, June 20.-Hon, Mr.
Prefontaine, minister of marine,
uci'oss the claim. The Great
Northern will cross about 50
feet lower (lown the hill than
has replied to the members on Khe Canadian Pacific- and I*"**
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The drudgery of Housework disappears where it is used.       ^
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There is no getting over  it.    j
Always Fresh and in Stock at
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Thomas Drug Co.    Midway   j
theflsheries questions submitted
by Messrs. Fulton and Babcock.
It is understood that the minister stated that the expenditure
on tho British Columbia fisheries
during tho last three years had
been $100,000 in excess of the
revenue. That province is not
entitled to a share in the Halifax award, and that the policy
of the dominion is to secure by
agreement with the provinces,
absolute control and management of the fisheries. All of
the provinces on the Atlantic
saboard arc favorable to this being done. The dominion is
ready to expend in developing
the fisheries much more than it
receives in revenue, although
for a number of years prim-
to 1000 the British Columbia
fisheries returned a surplus
over expenditure. In any
event the federal authorities
will not relinquish their rights
to control and negotiate. The
resolution by Logan, confining
preferential tariff to the goods
imported into Canadian seaports was carried in commons
today.
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Licences granted.
Chief License Inspector  I. A.
Diusmore and Commissioners
M. K. Feeney, Hugh Cannon and
John Harvorty*met at the court
house in Grand Forks on Wednesday, the 15th inst., and acted on the following applications
for renewals and new licenses:
Licenses were granted the
following parlies   in   Midway.
John Albi, Commercial hotel,
Midway; conditionally.
Philip McDonald, Oakland
hotel, Midway; conditionally.
S. T. Laraeu, Riverside hotel,
Hock Creek.
S. Dahl, Central hotel, Midway.
L E. Salter, Spokane hotel.
Midway.
S. A. Crowell, Crowell hotel,
Midway,
C. M. Crouse, Lancashire
hotel, Midway,
Boundary Mining Notes.
A. M. Whiteside, attorney for
Win. Price iu the suit of Price
vs. the Western Copper Company, last Tuesday bought the
Greyhound mineral claim, situated in Deadwood camp, for
$7000. The salt! was made under judgement out of the
supreme court in the above case.
Placer mining is again the
order of the day on Boundary
creek, about Iwo miles above
Midway. Messrs. Sansom, Bu-
hanan and Anderson are
working the property at the
month of Norwegian creek with
very flattering results.
The latest reported high-
grade strikes are those on the
Gallao, just oast of Greenwood,
ind adjoining the Defiance, and
on tin Maple Leaf, south of
Lynn creek.
The Providence mine is averaging a ear of very Hne ore
weekly forthe last few months.
Work is being vigorously prosecuted on thc Denoro claim in
Summit camp. The Canadian
Pacific railway runs across the
property, and the right, of way
for the Great Northern road in-
mouth of the tunnel being run
to tap the ore at a lower level,
•Just across the gulch from the
Denoro is the Emma claim
This property, served now by
the Canadian Pacific, will also
have shipping facilities over the
Great Northern. About 25 men
are taking out good ore.
The B. C. Copper conipany,
which has a bond on the Roderick D'hu, in Long Lake camp,
has put on a pack train of nine
animals for carrying out this
property's high giv.de ore to the
Canadian Pacific railway.
Duncan Mcintosh, manager
of the Providence, leaves in a
few days for the east. The
management intends puting in
electric driven fans and a skip
at a cost of about $7000.
The silica mill machinery at^
the B. C. Copper company's
plant was tested a few days ago
and runs smoothly.
On or about the first of July
two of the six f'uniuces at lho
Granby smelter will be allowed
to go cold for the purpose of
putting on a new roof. New
ore bins will be built at the
smelter this year, to aceomnio-
late the ore shipments that will
lie made over the V., V. and E.,
liranch of the Great Northern,
now in course of construction.
At the Mother Lode mine,-
Deadwood camp, operations are
lifting curried on underground,
where it i.s said the ore is of a
better grade than in
the open cuts that have been so
sucessfully worked for the pnst
three years.
The diamond drill wliieh is
being operated on the Bruce
claim near Midway, has now
penetrated nearly 100 feet.
This property is now under bond
to Frederic Keefer and J. E.
McAllister, and has some excellent showings of copper ore.
Work is progressing on tho
Tron Clad, in Welington camp,
where an immense ledge ot good
ore was recently uncovered, and
the property is attracting no
little attention. The owners,
Messrs. Porter, Rumberger and
Farrell, are said to hawe refused
a good sum for the property
this week.
President S. H. C. Miner of
the Granby Co., is expected to
arrive in a few days in the
Boundary, on his annual tour
of inspection to the mines and
smelter of the company, A, B.
W. Hodges smelter superintendent, who is about to take up
also charge of the mines of tho
conipany, is spending about four
days each week at the proper-
tics.
The prospecting work in progress on the Mavis, recently
bonded by local parties, has resulted in the finding of a body
of splendid galena ore carrying'
high values, the mine being in
the high grade belt, and only
having been located a few
months.
Good Advice.
Say something kind about
your neighbor,your competitor
in husiness, your school and
your town frequently and you
will sleep better, have better
digestion, and consequently bet-
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Business,  residence and garden lots at tow prices and on easy terms.      Send for  maps, prices, and full   particulars to
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
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MINERAL ACT.
Certiflunto  of   Improvements
NOTIOB
May Minkh.u,  Claim.
Situate In the Greenwood Mining Division of j
Ynle District. Where located: In Camrl I
camp on the west fork or the Kettle river. I
TAKK   NOTION  thnt I. .lolm 1. Mcliood, '■
Yree Miner's Coi-tlflcftto No, B80240,  m-liiif;'
ns ngont for Itohort   I). Korr Froo  Miner's
CuHiflcnto No. 6552(10, l'hilit. B. S. Stnnhope
Free  Miner's   Corllflcnto   No.    nA54«7   nnd
•lumen C. Dale Free Minora CorMfltato No. i
H.->..19, Intend, sixly'tlajs frnui ihe -1>.Ic horoof'
to apply to thu Mining llooorder for a Certificate of Improvement*, for tho purpose of
obtaining a Crown Omul jf iho ahove claim.
And furlher lake noliee tint aclion. uiuler
nee lion 37, musl lie commoncod bofore tho issuanco of such Cerlilleale of Improvements.
Dated this I2st day of April, IIKII.
,1. P. McLEOD.
MINERAL ACT.
C. 51. ('-HOUSE
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llUNA VlSTA (FltAUTIONAl.l MlNKIIAI, Cl.AI.M.
Situate In the Greenwood Mineral Division of
Ynle District.    Where   located:   Wellington cnmp.
—AKK NOTIOK thnl We. John Rotters
I Free Miner's CortlflcatoNo, nMKI, and
Forbes M.Korby Free Miner's Certificate
No. n.Vd'.li, Intond, sixty days from
I he date here if, lo apply to the Mining Kooorrl-
or for a Cortiflcato df Improvements, for ibe
purpose of obtaining a Crown Oranl of Ihe
above elalm.
And furlher lake notice that  action, under
section 37, musl be commenced  before tho is-
nancoo   uch C-. ni Heat u of Improvements,
Dated this Dili day of May, 10(11.
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TAKK NOTICK that IK) days from the dato
hereof I Intend lo apply to Iho Chief Com-
mis-donor of Ijtnds and works for permission
to purchase the Kast! of Sec, 7, Township ol,
Osoyoos lllstricl,
Hated this 12thday of  December, 1903,
B, \V. NKAVKH.
C.doBi Ureen, Agent,
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kfepinc is taught exactly as books are being kept into
Iwhere Shorthand.is scientific; where, penmanship
best; where merit is the si mdard ; where the training
11. Service, Telegraj'Hy, Enuli^h and Cartooning «
students, develops their powers and teaches then!     hi
successful.    No argument i.s  so  eloquent as   the r<
things well clone.    No mortgage can corrupt,   no ih
break through and steal the knowledge of Hou to Do
you know what a school can do for you by whal it has
others is it better to trust to luck?   Is it wiser to guess
For detailed information call, telephone or write
THE NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
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Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, etc.
i    A line assortment of Maples and other shade trees.
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
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j Trees ohtHined from our ^nursery can be planted at
Midway two days after they are dug,
Pl'ico list,  and   f„||  inforinatioii  promptly   ffl»en'

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