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XII. No. 16.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19,   1900.
$2.00 per Year.
MOD,
118TBit, SOLICITOR, _TC.
Okunwood, m C.
HOLSON,
—: Notary Pdblic,
KSTATE,
INANCIAL AUENT
and MINING BROKER.
INNEY, B.C.
R. Mathison,
 : DENTIST.
100U   BLOCK   .   OKliKNWOOI).
Mfc.ltAU.KTl II.IJ.HIUV
;'v|L.Hallett & Shaw
,, HAKr • ■,"!■"■'. z-iizi y.vji'z;,.
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 war-
runts us to reduce the price on all the 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
dear.     This week we will show ladies' white
near in chemises, nightgowns,  skirts and
drawers, and make a special sale of
then during the month of
JANUARY.
Oa-'iAd.L-	
v. Com'..
*.l Mu*.< Ill's, Moreing «J
i, Ulbw's,
I'.J V  cl
iflfc
-AmbZirtt.,yitt-:0,
...   MIDWAY, H.C
SOTAHY   Pnil.K'.
CUSTOMS   IIRORKB,
COMMISSION AURNT.
is entries passtd.   Itinera! Aet
 tJIMid Act papers drawn up.   AB-
fltoken.  Abstracts made.
■Hunlolioru by mall or telephone
pjtJBy attended lo.
■~_	
I W. DALRYMPLE
Blmo—nnl Aha.
KAIRVIEW, B.C.
_K    \Oh of  Repairing.    Horseshoelnn
A  special)'.
Tk**. fM-nncU,
R. M. McEntlre.
&
ines and
■ Real Estate.
nwood and Camp McKinney.
DK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH Or KOCK CRRKK
Fitfiiilrig-.   ■_*_*.
Cun Accommodation  kor Ouiesm
GOOD STABLING
xeellerl rtahliiR on Kettle Hiv..r._»
[STRONG HOTEL.
[H. KEYES, Prop.
Accommodation.
Bos. Liquors and Cigars.
First-CM-tus SUIiIi;.,
ARMSTRONG  B.C.
i   mm
Wc nave 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 Offiee Store,   -   -   Midway, B. C.
)****   ***************(§)
P  R M F| M   |
Ppaetica! Wali Map, *
I'OPPKK   ST
GREENWOOD B ,C.
Oood Tools, Plenty Material,
||   and io years
ll   work corrcci
j experience   lo do    I
■iiy. ... j
******0**********0**(_9)
j Luke's Home...
A Private Hospital
and Nurses' Home.
lOpPEf-HtlMER St., Vanoouver.
dical,Surgical andMidwifery oases
lived. Terms :— private Rooms,
iff ww'lt ; Beds in Wiuilti, $111
week.
|urscs sent, into the country tit the
al charges, telegrams receiving
Mediate attention,
ill applications to he made to
SlgtSR FRANCES.
j Hotel Spokane,
t^CC^Seventh st- * nidwfly- XXCCC1
H. HORAN, PROPRIETOR.
-********-
A new huilding, well furnished. Everything new
and first-class. Only the choicest Wines, Liquors
and Cigars kept in stock. Headquarters for Mining
and Commercial Men.
MHHMM**MW*-^^
\
WILL STOP AT MIDWAY.
It Lives Long.
It is the vitals which impart
the vitality—or long life—to
L_yj Shorey's Clothing
The " vitals " of clothing are
the Staying* that are put in.
Shorey's goods sold by this
store are sold on the understanding that your money
will be returned you if not satisfied when you get
the goods home.
They are sewn with silk or linen; httttons sewn
on with the best linen thread; and finished as the
best custom made goods.
Made to fit: not to order.
tmm cvt aeMnnm mi wit
•ua CioTMia*.. •...■..
Tiie Midway Trading Company, Ltd.,
J. R. JACOBS, Manager, Midway, B.C.
Midway Meat Market
K. L MATTHES, Proprietor.
At this establishment customers can get choicest cuts of
BEEP, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL.
.  • Rotrt-revntor on tho pvomlaea  ■  ■ X
Therefore Meats are always fresh and sweet    Call and get a good joint *
for dinner to -day. u
TELEPHONE 311* P. 0* BOX 25,       »
R«««i«««f«e««Mi«**««e«««««««e«e«i *««*«««««*?«««*«*■
MIDWAY MEWS STAND
11 !♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦    i \*********    \j***********
Is now open with a Stock of
CIGARS,  FANCY GOODS,   ETC.
AU the Leading Magazines Kept on Hand.
Circulating Library in Connection.
Thos. Walker, Prop.
Seventh Street,
Midway, B.C.
Railway will not be Extended
Beyond Midway for a
Year or Two.
WIU be an  Extremely Expensive Line to Build so Must
be Liberally Subsidised.
The Advanck has for months past
maintained lhat   there  is  no rnason-
lile probability of the Robson-Midway
railway lieing extended beyond Midway for some lime lo come—in all
likelihood nol fm- two or Ihree years.
In once again re-iterating thia opinion
and in dunning that Midway will
receive material lienetit fr un
lieing dining a comparatively long
pciiml the western terminus of lhe
Ooiumbia and Western railway, pleasure is taken in directing attention to
editorial opinions quite lately cxpres
sed in the Vancouver "World" and
Victoria "Colonist" respectively, Tlie
"World" gives the distance lielween
Midway and Spence's Bridge, on the
C. P. K. main line, as 225 miles and
after pointing out the advantages to
both the coast cities and the Siinilkauieen country such a railway would
Siloed, and that Midway, (ireenwood
and Grand Forks could be reached
in 15 to 18 hours from Vancouver, and
vice versa, were surli a line in operation, il says that, tlie C. ,P, lt. company is fully alive to the importance of
the conditions referred to. Oontlnu-
ing it remarks:
"But it is impossible for the company lo decide upon a definite policj
with reference lo these extensions until ll has been able to make such a
caieful examination of lhe most feasible and desirable route. The conn
try in every direction is of such a character as to make railway construction
Exceedingly expensive, and therefore
the company cannot afford to make
any mistakes, It is expected lhat during the incoming spring and summer
sueli definite information will Ihi received as will enable the conipany to
lake decided aulioii in the matter, and
have nil its plans matured for proceeding with the work at lhe earliest possihle moment. Tlie conipany has laken
means to ascertain the possibilities for
traffic, and having satisfied iUelf upon
this poinl, there is every reason now
for the belief that in the course of two
or three years at the furthest a line of
railroad will be in operation from
Spence's Bridge in the direction we
have indicated. Considerable, however, will depend upon the assistance
which the company may receive in the
matter of subsidies. It is a well known
fact that It will lie an extremely expen
sive line lo huild, and lhat for some
time, al least, the traffic to he derived
will not be such as tu pay even the
smallest moiety nf dividends."
Referring to this subject the "Colonist" observes: "The "World" seems
to accept as inevitable that the Canadian Pacific will extend its Rohson-
Midway line to Spence's Bridge and to
be willing to accept this as the hest
route to the Interior attainable. Such
information as we have at command
does not lead us to the conclusion that
the C. P. 11. has decided upon a line
from Midway to Spence's Bridge, hut
rather that no decision whatever has
been reached in that regard."
The Rossland "Miner", too, recently
commented upon the situation, remark
ing that "in order that our internal
relations should he better, there must
be a more direct, line built to the coast.
The C. P. R. has promised to provide
such a short line, but has made its
terminus at Midway, and is prohahly
waiting there till it is given another
big subsidy liefore it will huild on
towards the coast."
This then appears to he the position.
ThcC.P.R.Co.is now having the Siinilkauieen country thoroughly explored
ho as tu be ready, when the time shall
be opportune, to proceed with the
Midwny-Spence's Bridge extension,
hut, thai lime is not yet nor is it likely
to be until both substantial monetary
aid towards construction and a large
oul ward tonnage immediately after
completion are definitely assured.
Meanwhile the "World" advocates
the construction of the proposed Hope-
Princeton wagon road which, it says,
">vhen completed, would enable anyone to lake a conveyance from the
Coast as far as Hossland and other
Interior points, by way of Princeton,
Fairview, Midway, Oreenwood, Grand
Forks and other important pointa. It
is therefore to be hoped that the government will recognize the Importance
of the situation, and at once grant
such aid as will enable the completion
of what will bea great artery for trade
and commerce, in the way of a wagon
road."
THE CARIBOO-McKINNEY.
Mine Never Looked Better.—Has
Paid $400,337 in Dividends.
Has Three Years' Supply of Ore In
Sight.   Will Enlarge Mill to
40 Stamps.
The Cariboo mine in Camp McKinney haa several years' supply *f ore
blocked out and ihe capacity of tbe
stamp mill is in lie doubled, says Ibe
Toronto "World." This is the gist of
the Inforinatioii obtained by lhe shareholders at the recent meeting af tbe
Cariboo Consolidated Oold Mining k
Milling Company. While disappointing announcements are being t»ade
concerning some olher mines, it is
gratifying lo the. company's shareholders aud to lhe public in general Io
hear
Oood News of the Carlboo-McKinney.
At Ihis annual meeting of lbe stockholders, a number ofshareholders were
present, wilh Mr. Roliert Jaffray,
president, in the chair.
The president, in presenting his reporl for the year, on lielialf of thc
directors, «taled lhat since Ihe company's reorganization in October, 1898,
a large amount of necessary development work had hceu done iu the mine,
and important and valuable additions
made to the operating plant,and that,
besides making ihe large expenditures
necessary for the above, the company
had been able to pay dividends of one
cent a share per month to lhe share
holders, making lhe tolal dividends
paid up lo Decern lier 31,1801), $400,-
337.62.
Mr. Jaffray concluded bis report with
tbe following staletnent s "You will
he pleased lo learn that thf company's
superintendent in charge of the mine
reports Ihal lhe
Property Never Looked Better
than at. present, and there is every
reason foi believing thai the product
of lhe mine will continue to
pt|tial and may exceed tbat of
lhe p ist. lt is also recommended that
the capacity of lha company's tweuty-
siamp mill lie increased at an early
date."
The president's report was followed
by tbat of the managiiig director, Mr.
George B. McAuley, who chronicled
the acquisition by the company of the
outside quarter interest of the Okanogan claim, and stated ihal this purchase completed the consolidation of
the company's properties. The
properties to which tbe Catilaio
company has now an absolute
title are seven in numher, namely : the
Maple Leaf, Alice, Emma, Cariboo,
Amelia, Sawtooth and Okanogan, all
of which aie contiguous, and the lode
known as lhe Carihoo vein runs
through them all, extending for 4,7(10
feet in an easterly and westerly direction within the limits of lbe company's
propert y.
Up tu the present time mining operations upon the company's properly
have been most ly confined to the limits
of the Cariboo, Amelia and Sawtooth
claims. It will lie seen, therefore, that
according to Mr. McAuley's report, the
company's ledge has not. yet lieen
opened up for half its length, Anol her
feature brought out by the managing
director's report is that the ledge down
to llu* depth of the present developments
upon Cariboo and Amelia ground haa
shown a number of breaks or displacements, wbich have at times caused
much trouble and have materially increased the cosl of mining. This condition apparently does tint exist in the
ledge where it has been opened up on
the Okanogan claim, I he developments
there showing the
Vein in Place on all the Level*.
The policy of the company during
the past year is outlined in the following paragraph of ihe report: "It, has
beet: ihe aim of the management since
the reorganization of the company lo
push the development both east and
wesl, in order to put more ore reserves
ii sight, wilh a view to tbe increase of
our milling plant at as early a dale as
possible. This policy may have interfered some a hat with the earnings of
the pioperty during the pasl yeai, but
lhe benefits will accrue from now on,"
The report next proceeds to describe
the company's plant, which consists of
a 20 s'amp mill, a duplex compound
Hand lll-ili ill compressor and a hoisting plant capable of sinking lu a deplh
of 1,000 feel. During Ihe pasl year I he
mine has employed on an average ut)
men continuously,
As to the output, of Ihe mine during
the past year, though for four months
during lhe winter of 1811800, owing to
the abnormally severe weather, which
shut off the wilier supply, the mill was
run al only half ils rapacity, the com-
puny has crushed 14,702 tons of oie,
yielding 11,702 nnncesof bullion, valued
at $b"7fl,080.3tl, and 875 tons of concentrates,
it'uuliiiuvil on page 2.1
WAR NOTES.
Boers will pay $1,500 for a Des.
patch Rider's Head.~Can-
adians are Handy Men.
The Canadian  Patriotic  Fund.—Estimated Cost of "Strathcona's
Horse.
One the most daring dispatch-riders
in the present war is Mr. W, Cum*
mings, on whose head the Boers have
set a price of £300. On one occasion
this intrepid rider crept for nearly
thirty miles on his hands and knees
with dispatches through a part of lhe
country swarming with the enemy and
successfully reached his destination.
In lhe British House nf Commons,
Mr. Wyndham, Parliamentary Secretary of the War OfHie, answering a
question, said that 2,285 officers nnd
men of lhe British Army were missing,
hut it was uncertain how many of I hem
were at Pretoria. As to their protection, in ease Ihe British besieged
Pretoria. Mr. Wyndham said Ibat
tbe Government, left that tothe discretion of Lord Roberts.
Answering another question, Mr,
Wyndham stated that, in addition to
the 180,000 troops in South Africa, recently mentioned in his speech, the
Government had decided t o send seventeen more battalions of Militia nnd
3,000 Yeomanry, making a lotal fur
the Militia of over 20,000 men and for
theYeomanry of 8,000. Tbe grand
total in South Africa, he added, would
then lie 194,000 effectives exclusive tif
sick and wounded.
An English newspaper says : "Tlie
Canadian seems to be quite lhe handiest of handy men. lie is equally at
home carrying Boer positions or carrying the (liabiea of rescued loyalists.
He goes singing over lhe veldl ns
blithe as a bullet from his own rifle
and sets ac example of cheerfulness
and determination in the fare of hardship and danger, tie admires Tommy
Alkius and Tommy .I'liiiiivs him, and
never was such mutual aduilialion
better deserved,
The Press Association states that
Lord LovatJias raised n corps nf IH>
gillies and stalkers frnm Highland
estates with whom lie will leave immediately for South Africa. The Highlanders will all be mounted on their
ponies. Iiis expected Ihal this emps
will be of gieal service. Tbey are a
very hardy and powerful body, used to
long matches lu the Highlands, nnd
while deadly shots, Iheir mobility -r.ill
lie great, (he ponies lieing accustomed
lu pick their way in alt states of weather through the glens and depth, of
Highland forests.
Prince Boris Cwtvemiufkl, a Russian, and an African explorer and big
game hunter, who has spent many
years in South Africa, is lepottrd to
have said: "Let tbe English get hut
nne victoiy, aud you will see the entire appearance of the Boers change.
They are not a people who can keep up
a protracted campaign. People who
talk of their holding put very long aie to
my mind mistaken in their calculations. It is quite true thai President
Kiuger is tih.tinale and can he personally relied upon lo protract matters to
Ihe extermination point, but he is not
so very popular, and the Boer people
may have something to say."
The Canadian National Pat-iotic
Fund, as outlined by His Excellency
the Governor-General, is organized «s
follows: (1) For the benefit of ihe
widows, orphans and other depeudenls
of officers and men of the military forces nf Canada who may uiifoi tunaie'y
lose their lives in or in connection «ith
the war operations in Soul b Africa. (2)
For the benefit of (he soldiers themselves or employees of ihe Canadian
Government attached to the contingent in Uoutfa Africa who may have
been disabled hy uoiinds or sickness,
etc. (3) For lhe licnefil of the wives
and children and dependents, separated at home from husbands and
fathers and guardians by Uie exigencies of the campaign.
Lord Strathcona's offer to raise and
maintain a regiment nl' Canadian rangers for service in South Africa will do
much to advertise Canada mid lullst
vaslly increase the admiration of lbe
Mot hei land for lhc colony lhat produces men. A military expert at Ottawa figures out the cosl of the undertaking us follows:
400 men, outfit, $10(1 each $ 40,000
4110 men, arms $3t> each    20,1*1(1
Hid horses, $1110 each     40.1X10
4110 hoi ses, mu fit $60     20,000
Transportation. $2iKi per man .. 80,000
Do,, horses, $100 	
Pay 400 men BOc, per day	
Maintenance, 60c, per day	
Maintenance horses, 50Y.' pel day 73.000
Contingencies and exnas.say..   Ui.iXlO
Grand lolnl    $170,000
As no horses would be brought back
from Soul h Africa, the sale Iif ilium
would cut down lhe expense somewhat.
10,111X1
78,000
78,000 THE ADVANVB
■IDWAY, at'.. FEHnURTij. w
I
■
THE ADVANCE.
AUNIMi NOTES.
KETTLE RIVER MININU DIVISION.
JOHN W1TIIK.I.I.
E. JACOBS	
. pnnrRiirro*:
...JI.lX.lll.il
Published   weekly   at   MMway,  I). 0,
S'ji.<riptiou Prioe, 9100 por annura. pajrftbM
h advance, either yearly nr half-yearly at tlm
option nt the luimenbar.
Adver'i-Ing II J.*-..|Jt on application.
Though ihu 0—arani of Th» ai.vimf. ar.'
al.va;. i. op.-ii tor the d—11—fl.ion of P—tters nt
aubli'c Interest si -I Importaaoe, we So nel noo-
leanrityendorso ..r.y A ;be opinions expn ated.
Corr<;.oonden.'e ofa i*ei*ODSj nature '..ill nut be
piihljshcj.
MONDAY. FKIIR'.'A1.'V 19, IW)".
Mr. Frank D. __, Smith, in lhe Tnron- j
»o "Wr.rid", recently Mlggeel ed lhat by \
the middle of llie current month ibe-
most Important milieu opcmtirig in ihe
Boundary OreekdUtrlrl frnuld stop
wi a k as a pi oi est again*l the Bight'
kmir law. Happily, upinlhp time uf
writing, he has lieen provd to he almost all ngelhei wrong in bis conclu-
simis in lilts iv.peel. Only one inui-
pain- has as vet suspended operations,
presumably for the reason suggested.
All the others are working as ii*inl
siul, for aoglii tho*.e In charge of them
know In ihe contrary, arc verv likely
fn continue lo do « Sharehnldeisln
the mining companiesoperating Iwally
and whose shares are qttnied on Baal-
em exchanges will n..t thank the Tor*
eiiio "World" f-it- this unwarranted
and entirely unnecessary anticipation
ef an evil which does not yet actually
threaten lhe Boundary country, and
which may not overtake it. 8urely
the "slump'' in B. 0. mining stocks
li-ld in the East bad already caused
enough heavy losses without this uu-.
ealled-fbi action to make it einluacel
Boundary Stocks in au aggravated degree.
Dr. C. H. Kiges. of Toronto, is giv-
in',* pxpre-ision to hi1*  put lie sniri1   by .
•ffering $100 in cash prizes for trec-;
planting in Scarlnra Town-hip,   Oil*
lari.'.under certain conditions wbii bin-
chide tbat at leas'  ten farmers shall
compete    and     each     shul     plant,
sol   less   than 50-tree*.    The   $11)0;
fe to I* divided iuio a Ibsi prize of ,<V),
s second prize nf $30, and a t bird pt ize
of $20, and every pr»perty  owner i;i |
the township   i« eligible to  compete.
t'otild   not  asimi'ar  rompetition   be|
brought about in Midway, th.in which
tbei. is no town iu the district mon*
suitable for tree piantin . foi -hade and '
oriia n*-nfal purpose**?    Perhaps   lhe
Aiiin iy t'ui puny -nay li-.'  ioiiu-ed  to
" ''  ■'■:■   '''-'tie  ue. £ ing,     r
What is lu himlei 2) at -3D local property;
owners from combining tn raise $100
<**■ iu.ire for mi desirable  a   purpose?
This i»not Ibe first time Thb AC VAN*—i
has suggested joint action towards ihe,
iniproveu t    -.ictie Inv n in this.lirec-|
lion.   Koacli u has yd  resulted, still I
it Is no', too ] .te, and «ilh i\ ring near i
at hand tbe lime is op|*nrtune toonce
au'iiti direct attention io tne fad thai |
the beautifying of ihe lown in this and !
niher ways wnuld  ly  adding tn iis.
natural attractiveness, teud to induce
more families to   iua.ee    heir homes
init.
The Week's News.
The news of the poat week includes
the following items of gen-*.-al intent!:
The labor difficulty appears to be in
a fair way towards settlement in the
Blocan, where l'nion minersI are re*
potted tobe returning to work. The
coinpivtni.-e Mween mine owners and
men is understood to em-mice the
following scale of wa^es for eight
hours' work underground : Minen in
shaft.-, $3.50 to <l; dri I men, machine,
(3.60 j drill men, hand, j?t,25 : car men
and laborers, £i: timber men t>t .VI tn
£•">: engineers and hlacksmiths $3.60 to
$4. Lahorersnn surface will receive
S3 for ten hours' work.
The Provincial Government appears
ilthoul
to l.e struggling alnn^. but
making mnch progress in '.t
Neither the Boi
I wiil In
li    tO   the
ai-e iimn.
.,.- ni*-:;..]
i-iition
km tbe it; ;■ mitioti --.-■• I
em tgh to foi ■   matters to
Coalition and   di—nl ition    i
nately foretold, but  neither
eoineabout.   Prohahly a (■;■'■
reached during t;..- currenl
by an adverse vote and  i ,i
or iy a i ...'teem, ut betwei n
tendiig parties to pass  •  .'.
ores   j.;,.!  deter   an    ,»| j - Z.
country.
Advices from South Afri
em ou raging. Lord it. .-rt
his active campaign by relieving Kim
lieriy with a foice unde.- Oeneial
Fr*-n. ii. and hy occupying Jacohsdal, a
town situ ..■ ji few miles within the
borders, the Orange Free State. The
Boers j.i.- reported lo have successfully
attacked Lord Rn'-crts' communications to thi south uf Colesberg but ll
is not thought their sue..— is more
than temporary. Little tl itisdefinito
Is known about the position in Natal,
wliere Genera] Bullet- was, according
to latest accounts, engaged in important operations. The Biers do not
seem to lie making headway In Zulu-
land. A press despa eh states that
the British House of Commons has
voted $85,000,000 towards the cosl of
carrying on the war.
Just b* fore Tiik ADVASCK went to
pte»s a telephone message wjis received
from Biwnwond to Ibeefferl that Qe„.
eral l'r ujje's forces were in full ret real
before the British an the east side of
tbe   0' 'nge   Free  Stale,   leaving  al!
U-it si litres and  baggage.
The Winnipeg loaded four rara with
oie lasl Week. The mine i.- tuiiiiugotii
a carload of -hipping ore d lily,
It Ib reported that ngissl strike has
been in ul.-on the Curuii elaini, up the
West fork pf KeltJe River, where it is
statedu body of solid ore has been cut.
Mr. K. Kelfer, M. K.. general manager of the Hiiti-h Ooiumbia Copper
Co., haa relurned from New York, fo
which ciiy he wenl io discuss with bis
directors Important matters connected
#ttb lhe development of ihe.Mother
Lode mine.
An Eastern exchange slates ihal lbe
0. P. U. Co. bas directed the local
officials to at once put io a switch for
lhe Hathimtllen, from which mine it
Is claimed lhat ore can be shipped In
not later lhan Zll days.
It is stated thai in conned ion with
lbe new 2mt-ion mill for lhe Republic
min.-, Republic, Wash., there are be
tnee.i 7i«l nnd SOU tuns nf machinery to
be bundled Bnd that in ii-s installation
some 200,(00 bricks mid nearly 1,000,
000 fe. t of lumber « ill l-e used.
The Holilcn Crown, Wellington
catnp, is nnl yet ready lo ship oie. For
economy in handling ilv- ore it will tie
necessary tn first construct ore bins, so
_to provide for dumping the ore directly into the wagons in w hieh H will
he hauled to lhe railway, still disiam
almut a mile from the initio,
A gallows frame was last week
erected over tiie mouth of the sh ift
of the Ah There claim, in Dead-
wood camp. The :-h.n't has been built
up ahout ten feet above the surface of
the ground, so .is to give iiu.-teased
facilities for dumping the rock to be
hoisted out ot the shaft, which is uow
from the collar about 80 feet in depth.
Sinking will he resumed after thc
steam hoist ordered lust month shall
have lieen received and installed.
The plant now being installed on
the War Eagle, in Phoenix camp, is a
duplicate qf that running smoothly
and giving much satisfaction on the
Buckhorn, in Deadwood camp. The
War Eiiglt* shift is down 30 ft et. The
sinking is hard in country that looks
favorable for soon cutting the ore !«•
lieve-l to occur hei-e. Including the
men employed in setting up the plant
the War Eagle has a pay-roll of 15 or
10 men. Thi*- is one of several local
properties in the development of
whi—I B_stern Townships capital is
being employed.
The 300-bui—s power boritontal tubular boilers at the Sunset Mine, Dead-
.ycsid camp, are now bricked In, the
big hoist is In position, I he 20 drill air
compressor is being installed and ail
these are In ing housed in a substan
tial aud room/ bunding, the strong
framework Of wbich was erected last
week. The high gallows frame, with
iis big solid limbers, stands unl prominently on the Sunset hill and is qni!e
a conspicuous landmark in ;he camp.
The heaviest of the machinery now lain!: in i inr. it should not lie long liefore the plant is in running order and
ready to take its in'ended import mt
part in the development of the Sunset
mine.
A fortnight ago the statement was
made in Thk Advance, on the authority of a ie'ter exhibited by the local
agent t.f i.he manufacturing li*-.i alleged to hive received the rder, to
the effect that additional plant and
machinery bad lieen ordered for the
—Other L>aie mine, in Deadwood
camp. Prom Mr. Keffer, general manager of the British Columbia Copper
Co., owning the Mother Lode mine, it
was a-c rtaiued last week that al-
tb ugh s-.'erul machinery linns had
been Invited tn quote prices nnd had
done so, no order for the proposed ad-1
ilitiuns t.i be Mother Lode mine plant
bas yet been placed,
The (inleuiida, in Smith's camp, is
employing nine men. The cross-cut
tunnel i- now in more than 300 feet or
about halt the distance that, before
commenclug this work, it was esti-
.. it..': would have to la- driven to
titers ctthe ledge belnn the 70 foot
prospect shaft sunk in tbe ledge two
or three years ago. Should the ledge
h.. i in where expected, it wili l«> at a
il. , :h ..f jj- Ottl 'iZsi teet. At thatdeplh j '
the ore should be solid nnd iu pl.ee,
. Iging by the indications given in the
prospect shaft. Tbe opening U| ofa four
nr five foot Imdy > if ore on tbe Golconda
would appreciably extend the area
frnui whiih oie supplies may l-e ex*
pe. ted.
Mi. K. (i. Warren, nf Camp UcKin*
nev, is quoted by the U issland "Miner''
nsnuthorily for the following: The
Waterloo Intends lo shortly sink a
winze from the H«M..ni level ok lbe
best part of the ore shoot. On Ih"
Kamloops 'he -haft has liven .uuk to ji
depth i.f lii feel. A CI_»-CU{ wa- run
from lhe 100-foot station, und the
ledge In- been cr.--.-iit at a point 45
feet from i he shaft, The le.lge in aUmc
fnilt feet wide and entries ore of pay
The lb-slump mill of  the Miti-
Records   for    the    Week     Ending
February   igth, 1900.
minkiiai. i.orvrniNS.
KKIIIUAI'.V  12.
Woodchiick.Cainp McKinney, Cbas.
Carlson,
I'lJIIKt'AltV  13.
C,   0„   fraction,
E. F.  and
.Moiiiiiain, Allan Glllis,
Old  Irnusides,  fraclion
camp, John Mulligan.
FKIHtlABY 11.
Orant, Rock Creek, B. F. Wickwire.
KKBIUJAKY   16.
Caledonian, Ciuuberry creek, A. 0.
Beath,
Alice M., fraction, Beaver creek,
Alex. Rohinsun,
FEIIKLrARY 10.
Beithi J., Deadwood camp, John A.
Cuulsoo.
CKRTIFIOATKS OF   WOK—     -
KEtlltl'.UlT 12.
Alio. Albeit B, Ashcmft.
Itivi-.-idc,  S.   Larsen  aud    V.   R.
SwauMin.
FEBRl'ABY 13.
Uust Chance, J. I\ Burr,
Kmeka and Only Chance, J. Christie
and John McLaren.
FKHKl'AKYlo.
Old (iuaid, Alex. Wallace,
Plum, Mart tu M. Welsh.
Sunflower, Thomas Hardy etal.
FKIIRl'ARY 10.
tjl'uhe and Gvkl Dullai, VV, T. Fletcher.
FEBRl'AKY 17.
Haid to Beat aud Delaware,   Jacob
IVlersoi. el al.
Uuuhtain Vi w, and Bobbie Bums.
\\ 111. tl. McMynn.
FEBltl'ARY 19.
Islander, Peter Fletcher et aL
TRANSFERS.
FEBRUARY 13.
Kureka, all interest. J. Christie and
.lobn Mi Laten tu Fred. Teiiscber.
The Minnehaha, Cunp MclC_»«y.
At the annual meeting of the Minnehaha Gold Mining and Milling Company, held iu Toronto, the reports presented by the management were to Ihe
effect that the 10-stainp mill had been
running for a week, and that a dean up
would I* made in about a couple of
weeks. At present the ore is lieing
sloped out hy means of three machine
dri I Is operated hy the company's air
Greenwood ' compressor. The rock being milled is
coming from lhe 70 and «Hbo« levels,
where tlie ore body measarea i. feet in
Bock
...New Store on Seventh Street,, I
J. Xm. Teiwy
b now oo deck with a complete stock of
General Merchandise, Men's Clothing, |K
Shoes and Robber Goods,
Call  and  convince  Yourself.   :   Special ,
width, and is reported to he of good | _f gg per cent> of( La_iee* Hats for t^e i»t'iU
quality.   The vein on lhe lfloftx.tjevelj
■ILLWEHT DEPARTMENT—Irs. L R. Terry in chart*-,
BCOtt
is broken to some extent, and Prof.
Montgomery, the president of the company, advises the sinking of the main
shaft another 4*1 feet at once nisi cross-
cutting at that depth with a view to
getting tbe ledge iu solid shape again,
this being tbe method pursued in following down the Cariboo rein whenever it faults.
The directorite was reduced numerically from 11 top, and the following
now constitute tbe board : Professor
Montgomery, S. G. Deletion, 7.
0. Anderson, Prut. Shutlleworth and
G. K. Mills, Toronto : David Smith.
tjuebec ; J. F. Campbell, Uepworlh I
Ii. M. Wood. Milbrook, nd A. G.
Sea scan. Port Arthur. — Toronto
•■World."
Pipes,
Cigars
AND
standard, ab intere
lo Tnoinas \Val--b.
. IX C. Bdwards
IT 14.
Tin
ill interest, i
Bxpsnsion '
KEISHIARV
Dynninite and Sac
Kicbaid G. Sidley n
(.old Mlliihg t "i.
Scandinavian and Copper King, 4
interesl, O.at Olsou to Juliu Bj-h.
Heiuestake. i ii.teres., Cliarles Uarl*
son to John Bash.
FtRHfAKY 15.
Oi'bir, i  interest   J.  \V.  Young to
James Kutight and J. II. L   .hi-.d.
KE3UU.VKY 17.
Dewey, all interest, K. Escalel and
.Matilda Rscalet to Victor Montiier.
Rosedale and Ap-x J interest each,
W. I). GUxe i,»  Tb.unas  X. Coulson.
CERTIFICATE**   "P IMP.IOVKME.VTS.
FEBRL'ABY V.i.
City View, lv A. Bielrnberg.
Wellington and Wellington Xo. 1
A. S. Black as ugeul fur William
James Harris.
Cigarettes
-NOVELS
J. A. UNSWORTH.
DRUGGIST
MIDWAY - B.C.
CROWELL'S HOTEL
ft
km CROWELL- Proprietor, imaa ««*.■_■«,.B.c.
Ooe Block V(m1 ot llr*,«,,, ,
TTHIS is a new building hard finished .if!
furnished in firsi class style    Thi
is supplied with the best   n the   p   rkel
connect!* 11 is run by  Messrs.  i
late of Ca-sctde City, aad h -
Liquros ;.nd Cigars
PatronsffeofthePublteisSeli UedandSai
■
Applications   (or Certificates of
Improvement-.
Kotic<*8 advertised in this week's
Advance aiv tho* of :—
Green Mountain, Black and Alfred,
in Green Mountain camp. Kereiueos
freek.
C. F. COSTERTON
TWKM B. C
General Heal Estate 4 financial AgL
NOTARY PUBLIC.
r
i
he Riverside Hotel,
Good Fishing
i
■ 1*. X.*xasmm,.x,   Proppli.tor.
H-Z!*".£? ji.__   Z-iaT____'.l-tt XZ.ftv:: .1
THE CARIiiOO-McklNNEY.
all!
nchiiha i. iiinning steadily. In ihis
properly the** recemly was cross--ut
on tbe lUtlfool l«v-ia ficef..,.| 0f„„.
wbitbavet-ufced $16 to ibe inn. The
Bailor shaft Is down 200 feel, und ii Is J
Ihe intention to inmal a seven drill I
compressor shortly. A 10-sUmp mill
is being put in by the Leninn  Mining!
omp.iny, whose property has been
opened down to ihe 200-fonl level.
Tl -ie are abnul  17", men   working inl
he c imp, and tbe population is about i
(Continued from page 1.1
It is noted lhat lhe extension of the
U. P. I!. te Midway, within 28 miles of
the mine, has gteutly reduced the company's expenses iu getting iu supplies
and shipping concentrate*, tt is further asserted that the company bas
lieen enatiled
; To Harket its Concentrates in B.C.
lin place of sending  the.ji   lo Everett
l mid  Tacoma,   in   Washington State,
| thereby suing sjlOa ion iu the cost of
iransportniioi..    The prospective  exiensiun of Ihe 0. P. R. to within two
nr thiee miles of the mine is ment loaed
as likely la further increase the com-
pany*s shipping facilities*
The managing din-ciur winds up his
report «ith lhe fnlloning statement:
"Tbe condition and prospects of Ibe
mine ar- belter ar present than eve.
In-fore, and its futuie promises continued siuces*ful and profitable
operation. There is now in sight in
the mil.e, Idoeked out and leady for
-t..ping, a ipiaiiiity of oie sufficient lo
kerp the mil! innniiigfor at least tbiee
yeai?. The question of increasing tbe
-.p-i'V of the company's stamp mil!
Is one that musl shortly liedcalr with."
Afiei rending these reports it was
decided by the directors todoulle the
milling capacity. This means that
nil bin a few months the mine will
have a I'l stamp mill.
In older to further distinguish the
company's mine from the property of
the Consolidated Cariboo Hydraulic in
northern British Columbia, ll was decided to change the uaiue of this cor-
poiaiiiin in "Tbe Caiibmi M.'Kiimey
Mining—Milling Company Liuiiied,"
and as sueli it will hereafter be known.
The Royal Inscrasck Cot.
The London and Lancashire Fire
Inscrancr Cot.
The   iNsikANCE Cot. op  North
Arkrica.
Thr Londor and Caradiar Fire
Insurance Cot.
Thk sirs Life Asscranck Cot or
Canada.
The Durinion Bcildws ard Loar
A-wikiatios.
Appraiser for the Canada Per*
manrnt Loan and Savings Cot
JOY'S DOMAIN.
Wuald's Uwn Iby htnas and acres prise
And widen pleAsure* niante I
Go build thy hut ot any rite,
Ba*. nuke thy garden Ituge.
The Midway Conipany still
have for sale a few 5-acre tracts.
Buy one on easy terms, and
"make thy garden large."
R. H. PARKINSON.
Provincial Land tbtrxeyor.
XM/   Architect and
____ Civil Engineer...
Financial,
I^eal Estate,
Insurance and
Mining Agent
•WVOTAEY    PT'BL.IC.M»
i nil view Towneite Agent.
Practical House and Carriage
PAINTING
Paper Hanging, Graining and Sign PainUng. AlsoKalsomin/.
aad ail kinds of Decorative Work exceuted by
E. Nash { Co., Midway and Greenwood Cty
MAINl
-   LADNERS.
MTABLMHliD   1B**II3.
AND NURSERY
BRITISH
COMPANY
COLUMBIA
Our  Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT   AND ORNAMENTAL TRUES,   PLANTS ANO TINE!'
Send for Free Catalogue.    |   E. HuTCHtitsoK. Manager.
-
FAIRVIEW - HOTEL
Commercial and -fining men should put uc
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION. EVERrrHOtS EXCELL
Qeo J. SKeeKar-
F
roc
AfiAr*<^tt */ -r."' ftt .>
it
. . . ADKKiaS . . .
H. PAKKI..8ON,
rjIRVlEW. B. c.
rre8p*J>iid^nce Stilicitcnt.
m m 1 ^M*^@§@
m% i@ •IS®
zjttyg      5END     ®&$:
W& The Advance £t
Lancashire Hon
o**-
MIDWAY, B.C.
 ®	
The   undersigned having
known  and   comfortable    hi l< I
patron.;j,'e of all old custi me:s ani
generally.
A'Ci
m ite
the p
the
.biic
BEST BRANDS OF  LIQUORS & CIGAR-
sleeted : President, Mr. Kulvrt .l«f-
v j vie..-presidt'iil. M'ljur H. M.
Iintl ( niHimging director, Mr. Qeo.
MiAnliiy ; nther directors, Messrs.
B. Smith, A. AdsIb; and b. W.
fu
Hi
li.
II.
MiMiiliael.
Ih.. fiillnn lnK bonrd of directors <i'n* j ^.^      To Vour Friends.      ;-j^^:
Ftirnare-hentcd and comfortably
furn lulled   rooms.
mm
Subscription $1 ■ yeir
is.
*#
S^W?? or Ii lor <li monl'lu.  5&§M&
FIRST CLASS MEALS   WELL  SERVED.
Thos. D. Banbury, Proprietor.
4 MIDWAT HC, FEBRUARY 10. IMO.
THRADVANCE
SiOC if. AM) DISTRICT.
J* effort is heing made to arrange
tirtbe opening nf ii public », lio.il at
RoBi'l-eek.
ih* on Fif". St tret, adjoining **w-
VM last week
H   Irwin (Fither Pat) held
■of England service ig Midway
»ht.     There  wi
i
The two trestle hrid—nnu tbe branch .   ,,        . ,,
_ .,        , ,^    ,       , The Buckhorn. I ull Court says  "Biack Jack  is an
Mil way line to  Deail«i..*d   ram,), one mmmm     "■" /
on each side of the Sunset   mine, ore!   The   double-compartment    vettir.l Unlawful Game. '*
alvout Bnislied  so that tbere  should j main working shaft on tbe Buckhorn, I   Tlie Full  Court  has handed down)
not now lie any lengthy delay in lay-1 in Deadwood camp, wa* lust  Wedn-s-1 judgmi.nl in the case of W. W. Petri. |
ing the remaining mile of track up ui day 152 ft-rt deep.   An earlier exfec-' charged with carrying on ji gambling
[/ide mine. | Ulioii was tbat it would be down in game in ilu* huilding in t!i» rear of
10th, Imt enrb good pro* the Savoy  Hotel,  Vancouver.    Tlie!
basi a made lately that  it  is decision of Mr. Justice Irving, giving
now thought, baraccidenls, .hat depth i judgment sgainst the defendant, was
ago has at last been exhibited for pub-!*'"1* r'i"'»-d ly 1st prox.    A en.*"*- umnitnoii-iy .ipli.-l.l.   The appeal was!
licalionand  the statem-nt bas bego I"H-atlhe 100-fool! level was in  'A) fyel (argued by Mr.  B. P. Davt*, Q, C, fumade tbat last Fridaythesuui of St7.3j|0"'nP a1™'* ,llH,uil'^ *■•■>'■   To get  tbe defence, and Mr. Charles yVUsod,
was sent to a liank at Oreenwood for'1""1''1  ,,u' TO*foPt    incline   prospect Q. 0., for tbe prosecution, a couple ofl
ih- Miuher [rale mine. j latino wa
The list of   subscriptions   to   the j **"-■ *■•* Hi
South African War Widows and Or-
livery ban
■jjfEGQ.
|w Midwav resident*.aie  arrang.
1 bave a private  dance  monthly I P1"""" ,'!'"1 ' "n""'"*1 :'1'"" ';'" "'  '"'
• east end of tbe lown.
(number of scholars  at present
l roll of tbe Midway puhlic school
Tbe average attendance is about
gre
THE WM. HAMILTON AUNUFACTIRI.SG CO.,
LIMITED.
MINING MACHIK
VTU
V
transmission tn England.   The follow-
no merous
ras a verv!
under tbe 70-foot incline
baft, the mouth of which is about l."*i
ing are the subscriptions: W. B. Rfc.j feel »•*■■«>• fium ihal of the main shaft,
kards * Co., F. M. Kerby, Thus. Mc-''il "•" ,M' nteeomr y lo run the cross-cut
Auley, Francis ft MUne. Midway Com* j *'"'ul U,J f,vl ■"■riber. Afier thi* shal
pany, J. A. Unsworth, Midway Trad-' bave '"^u  d"ni; **
I iug Company  and   R. Keightley   $5
each; I. A. T'Jio $2.5), a friend *2.nO.
■  ruined do. -*2. Jo. ."Oc- ; total $4".aO.
today     A uniting nf the Midway   Progress
■>ho I**™*1  Assoi lation will bebeldat theOakland
:t!v at
fxe  hotel    ii»xt   Wednesday   evening   alt
eight o'clock.   The  laisiness will   In-
ects Mrs.;elude consideration of  a   pro|*osal Ui
■ Midwav iapply to the Provincial Government
•'•age on;fir fu,aiicj.il assistance in improving
'.;!»d hy , tbe VI yet*. Creek road and several other
matters of general interest to lesidents
' ;v,i .„ Iin tbe town and neighborhood.   It is
... 'h..|.ed that all desirous nf h-lpjne nutters forward will attend aad  unit
.  -   in endeavor to henetit the town
. ..     ■ i.   :■■■-: let.
upraise will l>e
uiade to connect with lue old shaft and
tbus secure good ventilation. It is
staled Ilmi there is a good showing of
copper-gold ore in ihe bottom of the
prospect shaft. Some stringers of copper pvtii.s bave leen met wilh in the
j crussint and assays from ihese bave
ranged up lo «C>J in all values.
The work uf sinking the main shaft
was commented on Nov. IU. Down lo
OU feet drilling whs by hand, Then
machine drills weie used and Ihe station at the IUJ foot level was consequently taken out mine expeditiously
than would have Leen practicable bad
ntiuued. At 110
foi
weeks ago, with Chief Justice MeColl
mul Justices Drake and Martin on the
bench. Ibe two former have handed
down decisions upholding the judgment of Mr. Justire Irving, and Mr,
Justice Martin concurs. The dei *i< ins
deal quite fully with the whole question of black-jack, and bold that tbe
game as played hy Petri, who formulated the test erne, wjis a gambling
game.
Tbe following i* the full text  of the
judgment of chief Justice MeColl :
The hist clause of.Section  196 of the j
Code contains, ns a definition of a common gaming bouse,   ts 'in which any
game is played, tbe chances uf which
are not alike favorable to all ll.e plav-
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO.
CANADA.
D. L Barcklay.
BARCKLAY k HARRIS.'
Livery and   Feed  SU
£"**.* Za 2
Tit.
—AND—
.B-srB_i
LIST E.
-.Midwav, B. C.
ere, ind—ling among
t|){| I hand-drilling been
feel i. steam liui*.t tta. snl-sliluted
■H the
Mil  the
whom
 : • . the change '• -;
. ud lep iHore of the ni   ■'
 si |>Rnh9on  train,. ■** *''
scheduled   to rearh ' 'hit *   u
.1   five    minutes  past three |Wow it
!•» • afternoon iSundays et-j the then
nnd tn leavi* for Rnhsnn im-
••lv «fterwnnl=.
W
il,...|  \r'l
her  ty]
. t„ro  n
aietm   r*
,-.•',i If.
"      Jl".
->   .   t.
Holland for
s frow's Np«i
" lav Uth iM.
,, Jj,., ^t;,|„-av   ,no.
tnmlng  Rn*t, hut
■  tlrine hi*, promot
\|J I     U"
.1
M
per, who s- .t**-i •    '..v    '•■       .....
line wild in I1***  mountains near tbe
liitwon end of thefnlumhia and Wesl- \
rail—av. haa  been arrested   and!
i oldest snap of the   season w.is
jenced lasl week.   The  temp-ra-
ifflciaily re^i.i^re-l ,it the  Mid
i      gieal -t-itioti wa- a^  f .!■
i.jnt   of 12'h inst. two
I   / t on  13th,  three  de
,e; on H'li, 19 degrees below;
s |, _.,.. hp|n« and on Iti h
egri e    .'.i...    The  leiniieralllle
n Priday nigiil and a lit.-
i    .   The   only   other night
it    I..-   'ii-   temperature  was
tno     .-    ..  8th   iust.   when
-bowed three helow,
I lieen received  that I
jo*,., delivery of alii
Midway -.ml   pointa be-
in   over   the   Ci.liinil.ia
ii Hallway, wdl lie in.ide at j
i .'titicip.tioii of ihi* ■• >ii-
arranging to have their
ladeattbe local Ci'stotus
os '.ie()»w regulariy  em-
titf r.-iiiei.trjite.  fpun the
ne, ( amp Mi Kinney, for
.t from  Mj.iw iv.   A   ml
■f ore  from   the  Reriew
* Creek, wetv received I ist
-elll oui  tor  a  hulk test.
....-» ar>   sli.wly adjusting
..,.'     , mini-.,     f >-r
wi    :-.■     --ti-f..ct..rily
the tiand   windlass,   and    Iheteafter
much teller progress was  made.
The machinery includee an &!-horse
!• ,.-i ii .ilei, hoist, half of a lUdiill
cniuprewoi plant and the usual con,
pleiueiii of accessories, itis n-.irkitig
well aod is regarded as lieing for iis
size, one i.f ihe most useful and effective milling plants yet n .-tailed in tti-
district.
The mine has an excellent supply of' the game itself.
banker or other person by wb
game is managed, or against
other play rs stake,play or bet,"
ll is admitted thjit the person, who
may he Sufficiently descrilied its the
banker, in the game in question, has
il . -j a slight advantage over the
other players, and it is certain that his
and thi.;, banc- are not equal. That
the advantage may be slight: thai
each player has au equal chance of
securing it: and that it can lv- obtained
rolv in the .-..nt—. and bv means of
'alum
Information In
after Match l*t. |
fr-ight
yond.c
aud A i
M Iwa
offl-.
for
iniin
water, which is broughl ny ditch and j
floii.e *l.iu; l*ijn feet and gives a go.*d
pressure.   There is an   al.undance   of
roioing I un tier and fuel oo lhe proper-
ty.   A bom, 800 cords <.f dry firewood-
are nn hand, lhe furnace consumption
'"■ins about lj cords per diem.   The!
mine is   owned  chiefly    hy   Eastern '■
Townships men, with  Mr.  Rufus H.
Pipe. M. P., as presid—t of the   rom-
p-ny and Mr.   \\.  0,  Noble resident
manager.
 rm.	
iu  my opin-
In
The Cariboo, Camp ."kKinney.
.-'..-..- ,,f ^be
Lost his Hand.
A young man nHined John Beaton
to   Nelsnn   where   the   police ; „iet with a serious accident at the Uol
Ba_istrate remanded him for medical, conda mine, near Boundary Falis last
xamioalion. .Tuesday moiniug.   It seems that he
TheC. P. R. agents'office and rest*' bad just left the  fac"   of   the tunnel.
recent slump in Cari-
boo-.M.'K.iiney stock,, the Toronto
"World" t*>ok orcasioii to ascertain on
behalf of the shareholders something
a. erningt-hept-esent state of the property A"Worid"tepresentative calhd
opou Mr. (o.sjrge B. McAulay, nianag-
Ing director of the company, at the
Queen's Hot.;. Toronto, and asked him
to in ike a statement. Mr. McAulay at
first refused to be quoted, saying  that purpose of such
ioti, make any difference. The point
is that the hanker, while hanker, has
s..uie advantage, or is unJer some disadvantage, and this is. it seems to me,
just what is forbidden.
It is urged that the persons aimed at
are only those who are Uuikers hy
some arrangement outside of the game.
But these are provided for by the
clause immediately preceding the one
now under discussion. That clause
relates to a boose, etc., "in which a
J hank is kept hy one or more of the
j players exclusively of the other?."
', And, apart from this, the rule applicable to the construction of the Code
Ms thus stated by Lord Hersebell (1£01.
IA C. pp. 1415); "1 think the proper
i cours** ns in the Hrst instance, to ex-
j amine the language of the Statute,
'and to ask .vhat is its natural meaning,
' uninfluenced hy any considerations
derived from the previous state of the
law, and not to start with enquiring
how the law previously stood." "Tin-
tatnte surely was
jecUUy dealt with
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liming for tilt* round house if   heing  contact with part of a slick of dyna-
I nnd i well  lar.-'  enough   to   mil** he had in tbe olher hand.   The!
»ve a tleaxxt pump pUred in It it he*  powder exploded, shattering the left
ng excavated and etihhed. j hand and otherwise injuring  the mi. |
_ On    the    10th   inst.  the Toronto '"finite m«n.   He was carried from i
PWorld" puhlishrt a spe<*i*il   -Jenpeteh \lhf mine » dhtoam of more I bu a mile
he did not wish any remark of his to' tbat. on any piint
lie used for stock jobbing purposes :; by.it. the law shall he ascertaineii hy
but. it lieing pointed out to him that j In terpretmg the lunguage used instead
.    ,,., ,.• ii j    ji Ihe shareholders iiad a right to know; of, as before, roauiini: over avast nutn-
Mtbe Midwav railwuv terminus . alteMwsisting in   loading a round rf *•«'-■«'»""   mwimumi    x h„x. x , ..-'-,,
,. . ". , ,. u ,__. «„_ u.    ,; _    „u      _.      «ai    x     something about thecointuinv .-atliurs,   ber of authorities.      Ine langu ige ot
well on tow»rd« completion, as., holes for blasting, when a candle he ,.
the  M.OnO-gallon  tunk.   The'carried in his  right hand came into.
1    _.       .   .,        ,           ,   .   .    ,   .      , not anv seti!~d technical meaning
The Cariboo, he   said, is in Iwtter!. ..   ,-  .   .__,.___.
sha|«* to .lay than  it ever wa* Ixfore.
and as a proof of his confidence in it,
tie hail onlv to say lhat not only Ones
he hold all his onginal   stock   in  the
propositjon, hot tbat be had added to
A*.m Montreal m follows :-**CWef Bn-! *° t'a-slleman's ranch where Dr.Oppeu-j hish tidings during the l.istfewmonihs.
Bineet Tve, who built the Midwav ex*  heiiuersaw him and ordered his tv-  Continuing, Mr.   McAulay  said   th.t
wtisiou of the C P. R.,  ban  lieen ap-   nioval to the Greenwood bospiwl  The   during i be past year the management
Bhinted chief rf construction over tbe  following day the inn was .Jui.uwted , has first ;ind foremost devoted itself to
JBtire system.   J. fl. Sullivan will he-   ahive the wrisl    At last accounts the  the work of opening  up new   gi
B>me chief engineer nf the Oniuffihia  sufferer was recovering from tne shock   This had been faciliuted by the instal-
t Western."   Tbi« confirms a similar I te had received. | lation of a lai*g* new compressor plant,
wmnrement aia^e in Tn E AdVasci !
... i
Dted to say a few words. 1 the particular clause in question has
nor
isit of uncertain import, and therefore
applying to it ti,:i rule I have n..
duuht.that the conviction ought to ht
afliniied.
-Al.-.i
The'*Ns
lowing e.;.;..j.j.i .. m
ri*i .ii:Ti   ■ FullC Wit i'j:
, in the Savoy test . ss    :
; the game rf "black jack"
mak
>s the fol
this de-
ful    gambling
shows t'n-t the ordinary
BP ;
Kt. .tan.»
Wed
Beatou was formerly employetl at! and the result wus that to-day t
I the Buckhorn mine, where his brother , w ,- more ore in sjirht than there
I was foreman for a while. Upon the had been in the property before.
I.i ter being transferred to lie Golconda j a result of this policy,   and in  ci
.u ar.
niffi.
As
inse*
tl
'Oe
rting fellow wiih him.
ing
Th.- Mother Lode.
      Jie _olher Lode mine last
, t a- | j oti.ally lesliivted to ex-
, thi ir-ss-cul st lhe aOO-foot
., .\ : e;i.^ mn Kilh east and
'. starting fnun a point in the
ih drift some Ml feet from ihe
n shaft. Fr.un .nd lo end. inc'iui-
Ibe width ot the drift, this cioss-cut
-uud VO feel five days ago. so lhat
odayil should he more iluin K0
in total leiigib. li isiu ore all lhe
Slid in one of lhe faces the ore I now equipped with 9* stamf
;cndown last Wednesday lo .ked I be doubled in sixe during tin
quence, moreover, of the securing ot
the esi-liisive c uitroi of the Oka:i..gan
claim, the mine would mike a better
showing ti.is year, and henceforth,
than in it- past history. In fact, the
management had !>een mining foi the
future, and it was as a result of this
wise policy that greal quantities of .'re
had been I locked out.
Furth'T. Mr. McAulay asserted: As a
fact, we 1. .ve so much ore in sight uow
that the management tuti>t consider
the increasing of its stamping capacity.
In the same connection Mr. McAulay
expressed the opinion tbat the mill,:
would
present
lit
tti
ftbe
under
mains f
eenled to rni
straining law
the    professional   gnu
abettors in our midst, tl
est shr.f'..   They  arepestil
parasites, who should   be
whenevet found amongst us
re-
ighij tb
linion gi.in.
ster and hi
■ very short
xtirpated
Of HartforJ. Conn.
muroTT
Clmrterfd 1S0.1.
Stock Life nnd
Accident Insurance.
ISSUES the hesl life insurance
I contracts in tbe world. N'o
disappointment as to dividends.
Everything guarnnteed in ad*
vance. Premium rates 15 lo 23
per cent less than those of old
.ine Mul ml companies.
ASSETS	
January ist.
LIABILITIES, .
SURPLUS   , . .
I,o;*i.4J4-
XjiJD
Uow of Right Hand
.000
!.os, of Leg at o* abo
Mm
L..— of Ul! Hst.
3.1X0
Lorn of Vrrlxer Cool
2.i.i
_*.*. ot fighi of 0 •
BUSINESS LOCALS.
. quire
em-bin
.  .;,     ..i impsoo
. I..! • tjiei'ds gave a
.■    .... . ■■•.• ..f i lie former.1
'      . . nuts c  of  violin and j
■i'i' *ibg ».; .ti.i .-...lalciiat.c uibinrd I
make lbe hours fly all Iiki quickly.1
i that w't,.,, the time   (<■   say "giMKl
lighf came round the guests   were |
flluost reluctant   to hid adieu   to tbe
enr   of such   genuine    enjoyment, j
I most; tha   guests were Messrs.  F.
and i. P. Myers Gray    who
rdown frnui GivenwiKid.
The cirenla.' regarding recent t' P.H. i
htngesln tne Kootenay reads as fol-
ows !    'Effective 15th February. 1B0O,;
plain J. W. Troop, siiivriiitend-nt   Lilieral
ftbr Columbia and Kootenay steam
, will also t_ke .barge as  super
deiilof |Im* t'olu'i'i.  and   Koot
rand tbe Xaku-r .nl S -mu rail
i hiBD.'bn of the  1'a ilie Division.
> Mr.H. K. Braoley, wbo will tben
tried to the compuny* head
•i Montreal."
meeting,also published in this
, ■    it ii,aiiy favorable for goml values  year.
,■ gold as well as copper.   No woik is    (The foregoing was
'   i.ig done just now in th- drift at the  receipt a' thi* office ..
.iii|...i level ts thr ure under existing  the   Cariboo McKinn
:   i- ii'g iiindlli.ins in the mine  would
ti   be handl.d twice   la-fore
tbe surface. For econouuc
rea-i.ns, miweqoenlly, woik in 'his
deepi t in if J lu.- I pen suspended pend*
ing ibe receipt and installation of the
i jl ..nl."..d some weeks since from
ihe Win. Baruiliou Maiii.f..clmit.gl"o..
and now on its way in.
 re.	
j
in   type  before
the report  of
v   Co's  annual
JOB PRIXTING-Get your printing!
done at The Aiivance office. Good I
work, reasonable prices.
JUST RECEIVED-Something neat
in Invitation Cards and Ball Programme
The Tnivelleis Combination Accident Policy guarahU
under ordinary conditions.
Heath Bcnrflt .      .      .
L_s of Su-Jr. of Both Eyes
L.*.. of ftJih Vcet or Both Hands
i.   - ■ j One Hand and One Koot
Pttivunut Tolal Id-abU t>*
Llnr|ita of   Weekly  Indemnity Sl
A'.:'. If sitch injuries are sustained while riding as p
auy passenger conveyance using steam  cable,  or   •
motive power the amount to >»• pod   shall beDOUl
*[iecUied in the clause under which the _sir
Cost $52 a year  to Professional  ani
Men,and Commercial I'ravelers.
Other suras at proportionate rates
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THE ADVANCE Offir
FALLS HOTEL...
m.
is.-ue.
The Boer Rifle.
Tbe weapons with  which   many  of
the tf..ers aie armed   is  the sporting
model   of   tbe   German Mannlicher,
known as the Haenel ni.Kiel.   Its cali-
I lire
LIQUORS, t
rooms- "■'
tendance
the Une
Try it.
he I >-t ; meals, excellent:
ar.n and ronifortahle ; at-
o airteous and prompt: at
asliire   House,    Midway.
THUS. D. BANBVKY
Eighteen   Seats  Protested
Manitoba.
in
bre is 3D for the rifle and  .21 for the m     n   .    -   t jri
carbine.     It   w.iehs     alwit     eightjUJ   jjliJUj    LllC.ti
pounds.   The bullet for war   is  fall*
politic
mantled, with a fine outer skin of cop- [
per or nickel.   That for game shooting
is only half-mantled, leaving the lead
A   despatch   from   Winnipeg says i! point exposed so that it opens hack or
Proles'* have l>een filed al    Winnipeg ! inusiir
ai the office of ihe   Prothonolary. hy
against   Ihe   members-elect
foi Brandon  Ciiy,  North Winnipeg,
Si.   Andrews   Hnd   Kildonan.    Tbis
makes « total of nine seals pretested
he   Li'terat*..   Pii.lesis   wete also
mis when it strikes.
than 1,000 yards it bores a
through a hone   without
At. less
hole right
plintering.. Kor further infi
Live in Midway
iiletii y of room
level ground for
good roads for
and cycling, and
where (here is
for recreation,
iiit-d.ior spoils,
tiding, .triiing
I he river fish :
mir  in season
winter.
and  skai ing
in
rmali.m apply Io
Bu'. when it upsets ihe shock is terrible. Tbe bullet literally smashes the
fie.-h and Nine iuto fragments. It has!
been charged that the Boers are using!
leudly
The Midway Company, Ltd.
jell .red by the Conservative-, in Centre; the soft pointed bulletin iheir
[Winnepeg,  Minnedosa and Dauphin, l Hiienel-Maniilichers.
! n akiug nine seam   protested   by the j    The majority of the Boei*s are anned
i Conservatives.       . .
i with Mausers.—Moutreal "Daily Star.'
Commereial Jot) Prists.
AT "-fllE ADVANCE."
The   hotel   is   centrally loca.ed and is a  stopping plan
Oood fishing in tbe vicinity.   Good stal .   g
A variety of the choicest brands of liquors and c .
I SITUATED AT BOtTNDABY
PIONEER - HO
Greexwooii City   BotlM
We nave opened  the ahove hotel at GreeTivrood .
to welcome guests and provide good accommodation.   (>,
class Livery .Stable,
B. '
I
J-j-W
J W. NELSON
prc:
iDRl kna&FaicRy.
and SOO LINE.
Operate the Fastest Train across
the American Continent.
First Class and Tourist Sleepers
OCEAN TO OCEAN.
E.isiBOUMi   DAILY TRAIN   Wkbtiiound
6:1.1     Lv.     Sicnmous Jet.     Lv.     19:50
■ CONNECTING STEAMER
Ijjnvcs   IViili.jtiin, Tue., Tliur., Silt,,    0:00
.Arrives I'tiutlcton, Mon.. Wed.. FrI.,
17:30
Accelerated Service to and irom
all points and through
KOOTENAY MINING DISTRICT.
E.\  Son,     I1AILY TRAIN      Ex. Sun.
l.i::u Lv.      Qrooiiwood       Ar.  10:10
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
Ell::." ID WEST AT LOWEST RATES.
For full Information as to time, rates,
etc. or for copies of 0, P. Hallway
publications, address:
E. I!   KEDPATH, Agent, Greenwood.
8. I.. SMITH, Agent, Penticton.
\V. F. ANDERSON, T. P. A. Nelson.
iv J. COYLE, A. Q. P. A. Vancouver,
NOTICE.
1TICE Ib hereby glvon (lint thirty flays
utter (lulu I imuiil toapply lo lhc Ul.iuf
tiiigsiotioi' of I.juiiis ami works for per-
.slon to purchoso _0 acres of luml  ns ful-
i ominoiictilgul it post linlf :i mil].. Hoiilli
he North Kiel corner of Lot3/0tbonoe
Ji' '■;. Ins South Lhotico Sll cliniiis,  thonco
; iu eliiiins, thenee North su chains to place
oiiiiiHiiiutiiinitil.  and containing Ji.U acres
: or le-ii.
j. ^aiil land being required for agricultural
MOKAY INGRIM.
•il this 8lli day of Jaiiu.u'.v, IIMI.
HI DWAY, B. C.
Beautifully situate, at the eonfluenee of Boundary Creek and Kettle River.
ILL BE The most in,portant railwaytown in the Kettle 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
'tik itk tk Creek Districts.
fofofo       The distributing  point for   Upper  Kettle River, West   Fork and Camp McKinney
'P "} **P mining camps.
| fo jJS       The nearest Railway town to Republic,  Meyers Creek,   Palmer Mountain and   other
^  * Northern  Washington mining camps.
The leading residence town   in   the country, with an excellent   climate, pure water
supply and favorable sanitary conditions.
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms...
 ;   SRND TOR MAPS, PRICES AND FULL PAltTICULAIlS TO   :-
J. F. PIGGOTT, Manager,
iflfttaftUA.Building. THE MIDWAY CO., Ltd.
E. JAC01IS
Agent for British Ooiumbia,
Midway, 11.
KlIH
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MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate   of   Improvements.
NOJWO S3
Granite and IUnnkr Minkiiai, Claims.
Sltuato in the Osoyoos Mlnli;- Division ot
Vale District, whero locaied:—In Camp
McKinney.
TAKK NOTICE thai 1,11. li. Purkinsoii aa
l-gcnl fur the t'ftniu MoICInnoy Minos
Limit!';!, of Camp McKinney. In..' minor's
cortilicato No. 16770a. Intend, sixty days from
tho dale horoof, toapply to the Mining Itceor-
dor tor a oortlfleato of Improvements, fur the
purpise nf obtaining n Urovwi grant of the
above olattns,
And further tako notice that action, under
section 37, must be cciitiinonced boforo the
imitation of sueh oorttflcnte of improvements
Hated this IJth day of Airu'st, 1899.
lt. H, PARKINSON.
NOTICE.
"T"iIK Briiish Columbia Southern Railway
I t'ompany will apply to lhe Parliament of
Canada al its noxl .Session for nu Act aulhor-
laliij,' thc ComiMOj to complete a! any time he-
fol ' the end i.t tho year 1D01, iis wostorn seetion
as di seribod In Hie Ael "f the said Parliament
l&l-til Victoria, Chapter .nil and a branch lino
in ft |)Jiiiit. nn its main line al or near the
f.•: Its nf Michel Creek thenee liy way of Michel
Creek lo Marten v'reek. and for other purposes.
Bv order of the itunril,
II. CAMPBKLL OSWALD,
Secretnry.
Montreal. 17th November. 18iK>.
fi
Mineral Act 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
BTOTIOD,
Dominion,  Faikvikw, A. D. A. ano Black
Hawk Mineral Claims.
Situate  in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District   Where located : ln Camp
Fairview.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Chas. deB. Green,
as agent, for tho Dominion Consolidated
Mines, I.iniiieil.fiTc miner scortillciitc No. ii5G_
intend, sixty days from tho date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Ccrlirtcate
of Improvements, for thc purpose of obtaining
a Crown Ornnt of t he above claims.
And further take notice that action under
soutloti:i7niust Iw eommeneed before tho issuance of such t'ertllieate of Improvements.
Dated Ihis SUlli day of October, 1899.
 CHAS. iikB.OREEN.
Mineral Act, 1896.
Certificate  of Improvements.
STotloa.
Bl'llrhyk Fraction Mineral Claim.
Situate In Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale
District.   Where Located:-On Kruger
Mountain.
TAKE NOTICE thai I.Chas. de Blots Groon,
as agent for John C. fisher, free miner's
certitlcato No. 18728a, George A. Kngol, freo
minor's ccrtltlcate No. 18727a, and for Win. F.
Ketlor. free minors cerlilleale Nu.h..7j.'K, intend,
sixty days from lho date   horeof, to apply
ta   thc Mining Recorder for a certificate of
improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining
a Crown granlof tho above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
cction 37, must bo commenced beforo the Issu
anco of such cerlilleale of improvements.
Dated this 20th day cf October. 18!i».
 CHAS. DKB. GREEN.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements
Kotlee
Rossland.
Greenwood.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST GO.
LIMITED LIABILITY
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
Fire Insurance a Specialty.   "^^VbT'
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certiflciite   of   Improvements.
Bob Hall's Stage Line
i
(Jkkrx Mointmn, Buck and Airmtti
Minkiiai. Ci.ai.mh.
Situate In the Osovoos Mlnl.ii; Division of
Yale District. Where locaied ; In Green
Mountain camp, Keremeos creek.
TAKK NOTICK ihat I,t!haa.doBloia Oreen,
aeling ix. KKen' for David llli.ck free
miiicr'i* cerllficiite No. B8029, Jutiiet* Illuek. free
miner» eertilleale No. UI1I33, Alfred Woodcraft
free miner'*, certilkulu No, B9607, and P,
O. .McArtliiir, free miner ne. rtlflciuo N...I!*_"a,
liilciiil.sli.ty dju'H from lhe date hereof, to
apply tn tin. Mining ttooordorfor n Certiiicate
of ImpnivenienlM. for the ptirpoMO of obtaining
a Crown Grant of tin. ubovo elaini*.
And further take notico that aclion. under
section 37, must  bo eumiiieiicod liefore lhe
isHiiiincuttisuchrcriiilr.it..of liiipriivenienta
Hated thin'.111h da)' if.lnnii.ir)'. I'.mn.
CIIAS. okH. UltKKN.
(Carrying Her Majesty's Mails)
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Pentcto n on M on
clays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Passengers to
and from Fairview, Osoyoos and Oroville, Wash.,
delivered in quick time, and by comfortable
conveyance.
Livery, Teed and
Sale Stables..
"filNERAL ACT7TS96.
Certificate   of  Improvement**.
JfOTiOTj
Aj Penticton, B. C.
Ul R. 8. HALL, Proo.
Tiik M«aik>w I.ark .Minkiiai. Claim.
Situate In the Kettle Kiver Mining Division ot
Yale   District.   Where Incaled:   In Skylark Camp, lying southerly of and adjoining the Skylark mineral claim.
TAKK NOTICK thnl I.  Nel.nn Jiwrph U
Plant, freo miner certificate No. nDlill, for
myself aod a* agent for It. K Itutier. free
miner eertiticale No. inbu. Jatnea McNicol.
free miner eertilleale No. ISSTlA, and William
Graham  McMynn, froe miner eerlillenle No.
iiKI'll. Intend, Hixty iluys from the date hereof,
to apply to the MiniiiK Itecurdcr for a ('itiIdeate of improvement*, for the piirpotic uf ob-
talnliiK a Crown I Irani of tho above claim.
And further tako notice that action, under
ItUi'llcCl
llenf Ilill
Subscribe for
, iHMiiiincc of such Cortifluttoof Improvement*,
i Haled ihis 7th day of November. IW).
NKI-SON JOSRPB I.A PLANT
AnldealResidenee Town.
Buy a residence site whilst
thore is plenty of choice. Pure
air and water, beautiful scenic
surrounding's, skilled resident
physician, excellent school-just
the place for families.  Try it.
For Prices and Terms
Apply to
THE MIDWAY CO., LTD,
Spokane Falls
..& Northern,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
- - AND --
Red Mountain Railways.
IIai.miikai. .Minkiiai. Claim.
Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District.   Where located: Camp
McKinney.
TAKE NOTICK that I. It. H. Parkinson
. as agent for William Small, free
minor's certificate No. n .1039, Intend, sixty
days from tho date horeof, to apply to tho
Mining Itecordor for a ccrlificalc of Improvements for tho purpose of obtaining a Crown
(■runt of the above claim.
And furihor tako notico that action, undor
section 37, musl   bo commenced before the
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this '28th day of November. 181)9.
H1CHAUD H. PARKINSON P.'L. 8.
THE MICE
y\t*
~Sr**\~
The pioneer newspaper in the Bonndary distriet
Only $2.00 a Year.
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Oertiflcnte  of   Improvement*.
VOTIOB.
Gold IMjht and Littlk Uolu Ihut Minkhal
Claims.
Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale Dlstriet   Whera locaied :  Kruger
Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Chaa. dnlllols Orccn
aitagont for Oeorgo A. Knurl, freo miner's
cerlillcate No. IB7S7*., and for Wm. Keller, free
minen. certificate No. txiu'ls, intend sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Ito-
cnrtlcr fnr a ccrllflcale of improvements, for lho
purpose uf obtaining a Crown t.rant of lho
above claims.
And further lake notice that action, under
section   37.  must  bo commence.! beforo Iho
Issuance of sueh eertilleale of Improvementa.
Dated Ihis »th day of October, 1KB.
CIIAS. I.KllMMH GltKKN.
We
Print
On good paper,
and in the most
approved style
LETTER HEADS
BILL HEADS
NOTE HEADS
ENVELOPES
STATEMENTS
FOSTERS
BUSINESS CARDS
CALLING CARDS
BLANK FORMS
of any kind.
Wi
BILL OF SAU
forms for Mineral I lainis
Wi
SURVEYORS'
! Affidavit forms I.i Field
Notes, etc., etc.
A Trial Order Solicited.
A Iimi lw :
TKe /\dv>ar\ce,
.MIDWAY. Ill
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate  of   Improvements,
VatloB.
Tna Hojvriiu.es: and Maykuiwkh  Mimjhu
Claims.
Situate in the Osi.yn.ii Mining D'.vImm> ■■'
Valt district.     Where   located j    In
Camp Fairvlew.
TAKK NOTIOB, Ihal I, John A v
as aK.int for ||. 'r. Mi.liin, cf
couver tree miners rritlflralr No. i.■..:."
lend, sixty days from tho .lute hcreol w
aupl) to lhc Mining Itoeorder fnr a ('iiI;'j«ii'
ot Improrements for the purpose of ublaining
al.'ruwnUranl of lbe above claims.
Ami further take notice thai acl inn   uniler
sccliiin 37,  must lie common.*.'.!   before i!«'
isauanoe of such Cerlilleale of Improve i*
Dated this 1.1th day of November, IKS.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate   of Improvement*.
NOTIOB.
Gold lit <i Minkhal Cum.
Situate in tht Osoyoos Mining Division-
of Yalt Dlstriet. When Located! Camp
Fairvlew.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Chas. Dolllols Ureen
ns ngont for Ueon-c 8heul.an, free nilnrr t-
ceruHcal-i No. n5730. mi.ml, sixty days
from the date hereof, lo apply to the Mining
'teenier for a 1'ertilicale of Improvements for
lhe purpose ol obtaining a (.'rown (Irani of the
abovo elaini.
And furlbei lake notico that action, under
soclion :I7. must he commenced  Ixifiii-o   tho
Issuance of such Certificate of linpriiveincnu
Datod this ith day of January,).*.. D. lino.
CHAM. Dull. (illKI'N.
aa*
Tha   only all-rail route, with
out change of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland
and Nelson. .
L_#
DAILY THA INS.
QOINS NORTH.                   (UMNO SOUTH
121.1 a. in MARCUS I2illu.ni
Ttiiiii li'itvinp; Mnrriis til 12:41 a. in
mnkei clone connections nl .Spokane
wiili trains for all
Pacific Coast Points.
Olflfie cniiiii'cliiins at Ni'lsoti wilh
Nti'iiniliniilH for Kiihln mid all Kootenay
l.'iiti. points,
Pinmenfiers for Kettle HivBr mul
R'nii'liiry Orpek connect al. Mat'Clln
wilii m,i|'i.il,tily.
EC. A.. fXA.t33X.SOXa,
Q. P. AT, A
-MIDWAY-
Riverside Addition
Just a WordT
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.
W. H. WEBB,
*■■___
Practical
___•>
LOTS 50 x 125 FIET.
For terms and all other inform ation apply to
W. H. NORRIS, or        A. MEGRAW,
Midway, B. C, Camp McKinney, B.C.
WAGON HND CARRIA6F
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
_5& epairins'
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly   and   Neatly
Executed.
IP?' CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
LEE CHUNG
LAUNDRY.
MIDWAY, B. C
WASHINGS  OALLflD  FOB AN*>
DELIVERED.
Frloa-s MmUn**"
>___^_i—«

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