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MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, IONDAT. MARCH. 27. 1899.
$2.00 per Tear.
M. 0. C. M„
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
SoucrroB, Brc.
jtinwiT, a c
W.T. SUM ft b...
tu* room, a c.
MCYCR,
Urns* BmotaoL
Notabt Ptbuc, Etc
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KERBY, PL. S..
LM.I 8.C.E..
ANO SURVEYOR
 towatr. AC
IEITH.M. E.,
IYER AND CHEMIST,
eaEC>*woof>. a c
_«> reform* o*
Dealers io General Merchandise
KETTLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.
Records  for   the    Week     B-_*S
March list, 1S90.
MINERAL LOT VTION'S.
MARTB 5
Electrir, R u-idary FaU.-. G. Henderson and Tbos. Wake.
M.KRl. h IT.
Agnes. Smith camp. G. Foulds.
Union. Deadwood camp, X. Bennett-
WE alwavs earn* a large and well march is.
!    Belle of B C. Deadwood catnp. EC.
assorted stock of the best goods I Brown.
Montreal,    Providence     camp,   (".
at the lowest price in the district.  ; Sbimngton.
" .Morning .Sun. Greenwood camp,  w .
{Smith.
So. 90. Greerwood camp.  W.  H. i
. - . Harris.
tO give  OUr Customers  the  advantage   J    Kul.y. ProvMen<*ecanip.W A.Irwin
I. X. L.. fractional.Providence camp.
of cheap prices,  so when  vou  want  j R-R-i^mnim-ham
'   r ' Silver  Lude.    fractional,
j camp. J Dempsey.
Hoch. Der KaL<er !
.•'•■•.'■-'
Buying in large quantities enables us
anything remember where we are,
as it will be to your advantage to
buy from us.
YEBSO.V
STORB3  AT
FAIKVIEW.      CAMP
aad SLOCAN CITI.
MeKINNET.
Skylark
uirsey.
(lien-rock. Summit camp. F Forrest.:
Non Such. Smiths camp. M. Stanton.
Ella, Smiths camp. J. Christie.
Meadow, Eholt creek, H.J. Jolly aod
J. A. Cameron.
Mockingbird,   Skylark    camp.   D.
Lynch.
MARCH Ji.
You Bet, Boundary Falls, Ela^ Roy
Copper Crown,  Graham catr'p. M.
; Ingrim and J. H. Bast
I   Bevt
The Columbia Flouring Mills Co.
veriy. Boundary Falls, J. lindsay
and J. VL McDonald.
Hidden Tie.—ure. Boundary Falls. J.
Lindsay and J. H. McDonald.'
march 21.
Prince Albert. Long Lake camp. G.
i Foulds and A. Branson.
Elk, fracti ina!. Deadwood camp. A.
B-an^m and J. GiiuMei_
Wild Horse, fractional. Deadwood,
camp. A. Branson and J. Gladden.
x* -a -x'x-r- ^ ^-^,-r .r.r^r, ~   ,- .. ...,..»   -  .,-. „ .        Boulder, fractional. Deadwood camp.
MANt, FACTUREFfS OF HIGH GRADE   FLOUR \ A. Branson awl J. Gladden.
_*»uoiUSQ bbokml Hungarian, Three Star, Strong Bakers, Superfine.!       "I',1C1I&"F"'"HL
Der Kaiser a _ iar Ttietieai
its) twi,:: i-r u_s: & .  .    . • *
Y<* two: A -is I i jb <i j-oi aad-sttad t
MescseU—cad Got'.:
VThiS* sonne men aog der bow*r dii_*.
llein soldiers suur d*r "Wactit ora lltein."
t'lid Zrink ht b_lt is Rhenish **e_.
A_ roe—idod Got!.
IT-ereV Frxore dot swagger* eD snaoi.
_■ - iusptsparidt—*if * no tgg-jioii;
To m-jti. vt kink.-, f&e dc-a d iro>iudt:
iif_-*a-otK- G-xt.
a* v_ doi dare  Ui fiftt sain :
Bot. jf she *bc_d. 11 iAow i*r Mais
Itoi Elsas* noi i_ Kmx-ii lee-mine
Art -,*.'.-. t'f Gotl.
fXTt'* grxz ra* disks _*'f nicit *<tn*!l bier.
Mi! Bj*_- aod iingi ihe iiue-fen—
__ 11 learn non. ownsitsleeBxi-phere
Hut roesiaA CrAl.
j*3bt din to, io; trxu. «j*_* _.ip? ti,t * got.
I'nd .*o>iier? mil ier sraihrt roal—
Ait— I Ve «m>d knock deatn—po_ — Kit dot!
JSrin fell—uod Got!
Id (time* of pdace webaitd for «—a,
I hardarh—■ aod mam of Man;
Cod care skit for tea Hm___ Cm*—
Mdnsell—sod doll.
In stort. I hasrcr t* err jrttirn.
Mil aspect iari. uti v„tg» prim :
(r.,;_ pz)2_ _it roe a»d I rail him—
House)!- ecd Gott.
I0LS0N,
—: Nora st Ptbuc.
■STATE,
F1>A>TUL AGE-VT
MILLS AT VERNON, B. C.
V,_.C
iwood Assay Offiee.
■fee
lyer  and   Analytical
Chemist
■ ■wt*_*_.».0.
f PMfcxtiai Ks
aad HepanMrtm.
ff. I Ittirts kit
■IDVAT. B.V.
ESTATE AMI) FWAMCIAL
AGENTS.
MINING BROKERS.
LIFE MD ACCIDENT BOH.
\<JKS A. OORTELL. A.M.. B.C. A.
Civil Engineer,
IOVINCIAL   UNO   SUftVCYOR
ANO DNAUGHTSMAN*
1 rrmotti. bftaMrtac aa* burnt
IWwfc. *Mk Horn oot txtlmatm ia ur
irmttmot tk* Pmt-c* J»»«_*j«U At-
Try «oae. mado by tha only Plansifter mill ia the Provine**-.
....WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR A SPECIALTY....
i^^^mUW __________ ^___mm^^ *
SwTtat Each Sack is Hatted
-: i P. mu Ca. Ui, Proprietors. Yktarii. B. C.
M. McCuaig
S.   Larsen.
1 aai naai at tm rotVm tt Otorow
1 at IMKItnr
r-UA. _n*W_T aa4 TBUKIJi.
. A.Otj-BM,M. A. aA.0t-w.lLA.
GUESS BROS.
Ikeiists ami Assayers
aritk   r_n_« aad
CiMk XiMral Pi mot-bA  Praper-
A—an aadAaalTMi ttOrea.
1IABCH 15
Great H»t*t- J- McNicoL
.„ ___,        . . ;    Alice Maud. A   Cajtieman   ,_)d L
Al! produced by the celebrated Hungarian Plansifter system.! c*sti«-m__
MARCH IS.
Bt^ Mant<°- Mont*- R*rec*i. and Mont**
Bravo. R.  Stu.irt  and Vf.  B. B_m.
march 21.
Rattler. T. A. Garland.
TRANSFERS.
Ma:-.. H lo.
IMie. \ interest. J. H. Reed and K.
Perkins to K. Perkius..
makcu 17.
I    S—_fanr, » interest, R. Dona«an to M
'Thfil. "
J one. all interest. Peggy, all interest.
GmMafce. sll interest^ T. Gtabaiu bo
; W. 8. Fi, c _r.
MARCH K
'    Stemwinder, all interest. P. Liver t >
! E. Ret.ber.
Sun?iiz.e. all :nter*est, N. H. Lamont
;<■ \V. S. Fletcher.
;    Ontario. 1 in teres*. T. Kearns to D.
! R. McElmoD.
Last -."banc*. * interest. J.  t.  Wi!-
! liains to T. Q- Batier.
1    Bams I interest  P. AspinwaM to E
A. Bi*-iei;ie-g.
Bovltun. ail interest. M. Griffin to 1.
'H. BaBett.
Cottons! d r. j_; ir.terot. J  E>-Uif>*ev
toL A. Hail-t:
1
Non Such, all iul<rrest. M. Stanton to
G. Bt-rrMer.
;    Enrich Arden. j interest. E. E. Ak_*
i 1 ander to W. J. Collins and C Dawson.
MARCH ZL
Pe-.cx-k. i interest. A. H. Black to]
E. H. Moitim-r.
MARCH 2_
Ontario, i inteiest. J.  H. Mcltonald
lo F. M. Mann.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.
MARCH R
The Bt*. D. A. HnRmook et at.
The Riverside Hotel,
Is situated at  R<xk Cre**1!. B.C..  nn   tbe  main n.ute  rf   travel
lietmreo  Penlictoo -ind..til B.iunJj«r-r Creek pi.iuts.   Stivppine
place for stjujes.
Good Fishing -:- Good Hunting-.--Best of Accommodation.
Fropriet
.be.
maaawootx _ c.
J. SCOVIL,
MIMING BROKER,
REAL ESTATE,
INSURANCE AMD
REKERAL AGENT.
ten t* mu mnaiDo- ap
puutwi.
Correspondence Solicited.
Flidway and Greenwood. B. C
- Midway Meat flarket
K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor. J
At this establishment customers cm jet ch i c;>t; j t» jf
BEEF. MUTTON. PORK and VEAL,
t
9
9
I
9
1T>erefo-re Meat* are always fresh and sweet    Call nnd get a good joint  f
for dinner to-d.*.j\ -*?
www——e—to
ISE O.K. FLOUR:
%__^ The Best Flour in Canada.
_ T. -OK*-*
BOnTDARY  CREEK   .
S^iMffBi ui Asiyng Ce*
ro-Kl <_'.ty, B. C.
Asaying and Analyses of Ore
lines Examined and Reported on
Winner of ist prize at New Westminster
exhibition AGAINST ALL COMERS.
Certified by analysts to be absolutely pure, a
jjerfect Hour, and strongly recommended for use
bv all. as superior to anv fl ur in the British Columbia market. Our flour is heralded by even-
dealer from Penticton to Grand Forks. Insist On
receiving 0. K. flour and you will get the best
OKANAGAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
ARMSTRONG. B. C.
-Im-aarj
wttfc tha Kettle
Creak Mi-la*
*oeoo0oeoooo<
The Burden Feels Heavy.
The American people are  beginning
to realise that in taking up tae white
] man :* burden ihey  t..A upon theui-
j selves a  g gantic ta^k. and one too
that will .rfc-t them mart Wood and
treasure than they anticipated.   An
American journal _BC9_B_g the mat-
; ter sa/s :
"In Cuha. in Puerto Bim, in the
, Phillipioes, we have enwuntered un*
! expected obstacles. The people in
therse islands have hee,i a d_d]-point-
j meat. We expected tbeir gr* tiiude.
i and have their ingratitude. For then.
i we have made sacrifice*, which bor-
idered on the Quixotic- Have giveu
' the blood oi our rouutr men. and the
; treasure of our rich country. Have
j shaken off theirojjipressors. given them
; arms, food and raiment, aud tendered
, them the priceless blessing* of the
most enlightened and benign govern-
; ment the son e'er shone upon.
"In return for all this and more, we
have the sullen opfxt-ition of the so-
called <*uban assembly and a part of
the Gabon army ■ threats of an insur-
rectinii in Put rt-1 Ki.-.i. and determined
warfare in tbe Phillipine islands.
"If the American people had forseen
tbe outcome of their sympathetic,
effort to free the Cnhans. the Puerto
Ricans and tbe Filipinos, they would
nut have entered upon the war with
Spain."
Looks Like Business.
Al though the president of the Great
Northern bas n peatedly asserted tbat
his company had n ■ immediale intention of giving railway facilities to Republic camp, yet his behaviour w juW
seem not to confirm this, hut rather to
c —form to his statement recently
made, that when a rail-vay wai* run
into that camp it would be tbe Great
Northern that would buiid it.
Just how soon c-mi-Tr • ::."U wiil commence is of course o matt*-: fir j-pecu-
iation. but one thing is reriais at>d
that is that active Hnefw*j operations are uow bang Ci-rried on over
different portions c-f the route which
will in all prolability 1* cU«*n over
which a railway wili be !*uilt which
vill extei-d from Spolane to Rn-ublic,
ind will without doubt lie a.xmer or
later carried from Republic to Carson
nod Midway. »t«i there!*;; W Imnigbt
in touch with the K. tile River and
i Boundary Creek mining sectii ns of
jsouthrro Tale.
f«!rvey parties are now laisily engaged at Hell Gate on tbe Columbia
and at Republi-. which latter party
wil' run lines down the .S.*n Puil valley.
A< this survej is being I'lisbeu. those
who pivfess to I* able t.i re*d the
signs, say that without doubt that tbe
**nd of the firesent year will see tbe
n-nstmctinn of this new feeder to the
Brett Northern well under way. and
the—EM-future st*e it contpieted n>t
nnly tn Republic but as as wt 11 to the
Internal- i al '•■ . ad rv Bne, a,  t'--.
S_iufjler- Fain iew.
No other camp in tbe prowioe has ex-
pf-recced more mis-inanagement in
the matter of mining dewlopa__l Bn_
Fairview. thetcfore that uew-: a en
and betirff method* ar*. ben g adopted
is grateful lo those« hn have unbonded faith in the natural resources of the
camp.
Aniong the t llllMlllll endeavoring Io
nhtain to firmer footing is tbe Smuggler company, and to do so it was decided at a general meeting of share*
hi'M.-rs hel.i r*-vntly in Toronto to increase the capital s;i*ck of the (-OU1-
jio.v bjfBBJXB thrrehy making the
capital_ation of the ftWHUgji'i- tmld
Mining jind Milling "*'—**f*—'J ilzStX-
• Ui This i.» dune to provide funds for
the further development of the claims
owned hr the conipany. whose affairs
in British Columbia are now under tbe,
and apparently, able direction of Mr.
J. H. Campbell, a mining engineer of
c .nridetaWe ability.
Referring to this increase in capital
au eastern exchange says: Of this
increase 100.(0"' shares were offered to
the shareholders pro rata at six cents
p-r share, and hefore the meeting
closed 85.0X1 of them were taken up
by the directors and shareholders present, and some of the shareholders
pt>-sei]t signified their willingness to
take up any balance remaining < if the
liii.iiil after the j«ime had been offered
to those who were not present at the
meeting. Binding receipts will be
given for these shares at present : the
certificates however, will not be issued
until additional lettei-s patent have
heen secured. ThUwill consume about
three months time, during which the
shares will practically he pooled. ThU
acti.ni on the pa*-l of the directors and
shareholders proves c .uclusively their
confidence in the future of the com*
{iany. „.-,,.<-rT  may iv f»*
r^'oTi-^S/^^ HWWll-     W_* 'n- M-riM "/ p-*-
apc;ou of the «lw*Jn ■• ' pf-w*-i •-- '■      ■ .:■-' i ■   -:
.V:r*r'i.*_a * ■*
TVsg* lie «qtaa*_- rf Tm adujw *k meat of the west fort ana i
&^£^t£^~ *__*.£ -•■■■• -  •'• - *"«ta a ^
amy rf_-•»_»_>xxaremed.  .,. ,t*,_r t. ■ nioviaee the authorities of
panuaai . _^ nn-rssity of prt»» kiing   what   is
_. h_r__ HcgNteA
LKtllK UI
S COMMERCE.
*
Head Office: Toronto.
HONDA V. M-RCBS. UBS
FALLi.VG INTO LINE.
One  ■'" ■ I .     t_11 At boa
tradr iissidr and osta h I •:"
rm<_t- JUr ra .' :■■*.: -    ..->':    .
way. tht-rw Be ii ■ ..uly reason*1
•up: «.*»*-   th-  tn—r-n:   ts*; •_
I-i-rJii p ir_uii*!t: -\ ,. jj
out i ■.. rte ':*■:•.._: i-r*ct.-d ;
Kettle Rivrr Vii.'-i, -...v.v.
VZilh lae rr.iuj;:.;-; :..-r.'. .ri;:
and oppaafaaaty ton—Ijaa i  ,
hrir.gs u^t • ci> la ;i _H •- I—a
n.-akaiaoict*"!* :... ..     ,-b
oasty fought BgiiBrt th*
this ehartrr la=t yrar. now see
mtstakr ihtrv _a«lr. and thrtvfore
co«_aendahU- that chryarr no* tr
t-i make aru-B#L> for  thrir
du,.:. hy _•.. b*g   .  hi ■ :"*;■   -  | .    r
if. ■  :■    r.b.r   : - • :.> r-  .••
I'rvrk _ud inctti-n'aiiy to the prut
thr :*an r it;." -,'.z— :.- -.:•■ - ;
by other cotuiiiuiiiti-.**) attii ~ .. o
tin* Dominion.
No* K-
— •"■"Ci**** —
PAID OF CAPITAL   $6,000,000.
.,:i„n, REST.   -   -
-   $1,000,003.
. i,  .. *'--•!'"'-    . 'fuy. t',C:i. A. O-x
. - .   -,. ,. .   . t-.-i-rai M^n.ti-rr  B. R, Walk's.
I- nn  HiArt- A-'-. ii-: *;. .rf ,t. .^-r ..J H. PUXXKA.
■ :j-    rifr.--.iz_t  .1*	
State*, aa >:r     This B»nk ha* ihr l»rjr*--t nnnilWof i
: :■    :i attack Branch-** »f any       .  bG aaa_, -»:'li
;.rot*5 jfecrral aortic:— M So,   V ,ts.  x hi "»;••.   Y-«
".'•-.- :j.  UM OrHraaa.Sfcagwaj iadPmwi— Oy.
■■;■;•••
■-■-. Ihfrftmtt
"li   !.*'. .ira' ir
j-'1  -. floret
r .v.--. ,..,^d
t*-- World.
luntnl ; Cullfe"-;
A Glimpse of Spring.
• •
To tiie Ladies :—
It mar be a little rarfy to talk to you of SPBGffi
I)RT <iOOr>S. Still it m%bt be irri! for ymm t
tonx that I am raakin-f pn*p_ratiot» to supplv -,. B
wactjj in tiii- liirvrtion. this *r_«m. Tlir. fir**t -r. -
mt-nt hau* arrivwi and is now oprn to your in**-*.-?. •
Balanint of stork will an irr shortly.
...THIS WEEK'S AMHVALS COMPRISE...
Dress Ginghams, Fancj' Dress Braids,
Embroideries, Laces, and Notions.
J. McNicol.
i
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•ac ni.
Bat
',*•   f-"j«inm»   tran-
XOT TO BE CBEDnrKE*.
A n-p." rt _ going I—■ B Jinds o
prv*sjson both sii-—   :' h
KHiBiitry lirre Id  t_e __xt  ti
pit h-- r..::i- '.. ... ■ ■-.-;. t L-. ■-
whrr** :-j th** .". ■-'..-<. r. z- -i t-.-i
hw-rtir  r*-;r^ •':-  :•- . -  . :' thr
feej_*f which  haj   riist^i- 1 t
tiriw betwr* _ l'       lin ar.<l Am.
'-' — . ' - .j w. ':..i -*~n». ji.*«Jj_i■ J
:'.:- ■-■. x :.,'.:. pr*-u.iirr'r rrmart--*.
in a fair way to h*> disposed at
REI't-TRIBrTIOX.
11;.- -■: :h-. Z re't ;he njain Intorgf
h--:rn*hr'r<inj thtThrocr.drliv*>n?dat
he rvceot ofn-ning of thr tnirrui {arii-
uent. was rtfdistrsiwtion.
GREENWOOD BRANCH,
D. A. CAMEKO.V.
JtuUfrr.
Mineral Ac:. 1395.
Certificate   of Improvements.
--HARDWARE
Chambers & Co. Vernoi
:h will b_«-e for it
-T.:-: : ■ ■:'-.;,.- ..; ■
l    From    wr_ii_
'. - .:■   -.  *    :'.'■ ■_:-
Lsbt or the L.ixr. ffTff_mili.il mutual
C_u_
Situate in lie Se::t!e Tver Xzeists OiTisioaaf
Tale Oistrtet. Vbare heated:- Lor-f
L*-**s Cant^
TIKE NOTICE.
P.L.I
hu. I. Forte. JL Ktrhy
. jk.tiaK *• -Vfeat tor (.'"**rfc«i £,.
■ o»ijPC» i TatxjiM _« __*r*,-.r:*..iii».V..v i_-*li. E>
hr c-.n-'**,"'*e *»«ti»w4 frw   auaer'*  cmifeirt N»x
«B '    i-j   I   ji   BrriifeiffaT   free   ___■']
s»wnr«  <*rrt*Ji-ir_   y* 3H» .t.   iatwri.   icnjr   fa
her re-   '-" ~^>l *» »W*T to Uk*J«bibi«
.ner re-    ;_.   -..,.., ^jg.,,,, ^ InpreTKawafa te
hat the  *6* P«w**i^ o(wain_°* a CM*a Gcu* _sj_
..-»       ji.-
Mm i Sfcelf and Heavy Hart wire.
PAINTS,   OILS, STOVES, TINWARE
: Jobbing' Tinsmiths and Plumbers :•
jjmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
t<ct««««c<c«««»
etc
of scy indtcrert act
c*f Httwr en gru
wnrthy a t^j. ..-:.►-.:-
atioD.
Tij^ -rtr..-fi;-t;*   ■-.
thr    Akfcsi.Jt    •-   .,
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. r • We solicit the patronage of the public,  and trust bv
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■SroaiKe <sf tuck Cerxiirmie ot 1 Xfmxetaeau
tatted tin* 3r*< itty <j*;«wt1**-
K)HBf> M. KEKBV. P. L jj*.
t •♦•♦  -t*)«,#f ,♦♦»♦»» #
ing. and right prices, to merit your confidence
• ••
^fai! orders receive our prompt attention,
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■y thr party in pawn (a
i ilxt-thcotettay-Caritaxt   *n-
tnrtuh»-r.  eitiirr  br   *}Jowinjr!
t(*pn?#rntation to thr prorin.-c.
m Jh__A____ - a .sz.-.-z: -~_ ^ _. * m
The Bank of
Graml Prairie HoW.
GRAND PRAIRIE M
Canon. B. C.
f\N direct route to tk I
Boundary Creek ane
Colville Re_er>ation
points.   .   .
McLA^'EN li^OS.   -   -   Proprietors.
' -J.    '. :. .     '■' '-'    -■      -..-s '.' r-','-
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lizx    ,    ...    .               -.-;,             .;,.-
.j.- ■    '-.,"   r
1-;:*   i --*•    *•**    --.':       RXdrJ he via
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Locdca Backers.
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Patent Medicines. Etc.
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and t;p thr «rr>t fort to Atm ("reek.
an-.i a.* tm li.nbt stag*-* anil he na to
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F. T. SHORT, Mgr.
Grt-eomxxJ, B.V.
at t,e Tin S,.;p.
■I0WAT. B.C.
600 ft. Wire Vetting. 4ft.hi?h.
1-1 ft. of:{ plj*. 3-1 inrh.rubber
Tnbinif.
90 Window Shades.
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fo Carry a full stock at Vernon of...
fo
Brantford Carriage Co's Democrats,
Wagons. Buggies and Carts.
Massey Harris Binders.
Toronto and Brantford Mowers
and Hay Rakes.
Oiive P!^n* Cos Gang; <
and \\'aikin*r Plows.
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PACIFIC
RAILWAY
SOQMCIfIC ROLTE.
Doing WdL
Spokane Fahs lfflw •   y^ pi =—g a—
,   .. i^OW   15   I Uiii' UQaOOu      T" Oet Bargain
WMM    -cc Northern, T
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
- - and - -
Red Mountain Railways.
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in half
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Qnckstaad      $•
a^_-_-_-_-B     ^
0
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'Jkub. Sew lark aad i-i
JJI ||||lrn. European.
«Bl 1 lie Coast Points.
The. Oro Fino.
STR,,,ABKR:-HF\
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lamtm P-n-
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em i»i £>_■>$*■**_ Pniats.
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The   only all-rail  route, with
out change of cars, between
--'   ■ '
Spokane.    Hossland        /S
ir-i Helson. . .        J^^
DAILY ntAUtS
■ sn_ng,                       -'"tr.
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till a.i;.          V_WTS            l:d.Ja.ni.
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Real Pepaiaa Lamb Caps.. fe£ $4.50 4 $5.00
Bokhara Lai Caps at   -    -  -   S6.00
tf touiu Dod«or    .,_..-.:.
>!2-50 to ilf.a?.
55.00 & $6.00
" M%o an assortment of so culled KJondtke caps  at less
than half their rejl   %ff«.
Wombat. African Bafialo aad Calf mitts at S5.00
A ::*..    ' : .-.- tt ..'.'.■: this price.
i|W*mnl    iinriiiiiUr jnlu 11      .
Mil nl ji . ' ^     jj        ~~
■Kt frve  .-uijojst -i«?urs earn rin. ,-,n   P*(Jf"'ly B—VUIj*; mi tQ.
-. j .     •   :-i ri   >.j i j. '.
  in pla£-e betw-^j-n well
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fiewo.   _f**at Iik«awi-i*d. R. C. - *    —' - -
SlktV   ir    -.    --...    L-     i    _•
E J. Ccyta, -Knringit'   wm
i'—, r .V^ec*. V.j_*-iaT„.     3£*.' a i**oin goki    A I
c. _>. Dixosr.
.f.iT, A.
-. satins and surrahs
thev are marked  at.
to whieh vl are adding constantly.
Oil* BULDLR'S H\RDV,ARE tXPfCTED H SOO\. :-
XLDI
j Id carefully consider
1 cost of malarial, and
fi-juring, find out that
all kinds of
ln_t -:- ni Dressetl:-: Lam's:?. -
S-i_2!is. - Luis, - Eie..     ■;
rean be purchased at the
rand Forks Sawmill;
CHEAPER Td\H
ANYWHERE ELSE, :
Te***
.-. F>»wayi '>' ?-? !.M*i -••  X
.11. L.L)L>, DBY gpggj,  N-0TI{m  GROCERIES   and   MINERS-    SUPPLIES,
-*_^. Practical >&_*
BUILDER.
Midwav. B. C.
hatx & CO.,
POST OFFICE STORE   -   -   MIDWAY. B.C.
TJw Great Crime.
-Ft €s^3a-±i»ing*
OI   _U_L  :\ INI S
Promptly   and   Neatly
Executed.
CARRIAGE   PUNTING   A
SPECIALTY.
2B'o-fc ice.
Ok: :.:s   H.-'3f :     , ■:-
.  Ink La*-     Iti
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: .;:«■>■:*
G. K. Simpson. Prop. SS
IS. A. MUIR 4 CO.
larrh. on ^.i'.pj at  th*-   ''*JUehe*Ts<
m in the troche-, at •:,
Practical House and Carriage
PAINTING
Paper Hanging, Graining and Sign Painting. -Uso kdlsomininq
and a!! kinds of Decorathe Wotk executed bv
E. Ndsh I Co.. Mkfwa> and Greenwood City.
Bob Hall's Stage Line
> Cam inj Her Maiesv's Mails I
at Penticton on Mon-
* I iys.      Pa5-**en:,r-rrs to
aod Oroviik*.   \\ ash.
and    bv   comfortable
2 leets the stea
uu *r   -. ■ ■
._-.'. ■_      ' v Z.'Z.zs
r. iew, 1 *-
5 (
debfered   in
-pack   t
une,
o'.nve\anc-r.
 »««
Uner*. Teed and
Sale Stables .. .
At   Penticton, B. C.
111 R. S. HALL, l^rmm*
.- . ,- . .
_t_.nium   at S- V. Ta.ncct
IChemlsts ad Drng^isis *
W ill Opp*»i Cc-rbin'j!. Charter.
Vernon, 3. 0.
Mr
Patent Medicines
ib 1 Toilet Anici-:-
Proipi asi fasftl  Atiaaiioo ■;
—mi  vae
only for itis owti
jj   -■ • •.    •
-- -     .■
MAIL ORDERS.
piwmrna box hl
a.lLt
mraenis em-
tt.-..:
W. UALBVMPLE
|Gmmi.„i     Blacksmith
FAIRVIEW. R C.
AU KjiIi  sf   Bepatriag.    HarrnkwlM
ASW'-ii-j.
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WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY. 8. C.
Fine 'tt\r.± Fr\:a:r:rr  i  i:z<rz.\.::
Ail Work Bartji-.V!.
Commepoial Job Ppintins.
AT-ruK AnvA.v,:-7,
Keep your eye on
EAVERTON,
Tis acknowledged eentpe of tie pat
4 WEST FOI IH BELT.
Lots wiil soon te oa the market.  - Easy payments.
Fop f_jl pirtfcilaK apply ta . . .  .
W. T. THOMPSON,
Agent, Midway. '    I
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^,v_rfijn  yy \J\JU
CITY-*-
Is theCentral Town nnd Supply Point nf the Boundary
Oreek Mining Oam*:u. From this New Town ro«ds
lend to the
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit. Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lots are Selling Freely und are a Good Investment.
For Price of Lots and Other Information, Address
Or Apply to Agents,
i lAAAAl_k___-_b_____i_h_k_-_______Fi___k_b_____b_____________t
w wmwmmWmwmim_Www*_rm^~ 'vVWfWfffVN
Tie Travellers Iosuraoee Co,..
TnrrrrrrrniTnTnr
.... Of Hartford. Conn. _
rmrrar
Churtertd 1««.'».
Stock Life nnd
Accident Iiisiimnce.
I' 8SUES the liesl life insurance
* contracts in the world. No
disappointment, as io dividends.
Everything' gnainiili-i-d in »d-
vani-e. Premium rales lo to 25
percent less than those {of old
line Mutual companies.
ASSETS	
January ist, 1897
 ..cuiur tne production of electricity. The current is ohtained by
the use of chemicals in solution, and
the statement is made that the new
method is cheaper than the old one in
which dynamos arc used, also that the
power will he available direct from
the battery or generating tank and
will serve all the purposes for which
electricity is now used.
In this power generated as above
described, liquid air may Hind its greatest rival.
 1+4	
The Smelter Combine.
Following nre the smelter companies
which have combined together under
the title of the Consolidated Smelting
and Refining Company, which company is capitalized at $05,000,000. In
this combination are the Consolidated
Kansas City Smelting A Refining Co.,
Omaha & Grant Co, National Smelting Co., United Smelting Co., Colorado
Smelting Co., Glolie Smelting Co.,
Pueblo Smelting Co., Pueblo Smelting
-Refilling Co., Gei-iii.-inia Smelting, -
Refining Co., Bimetallic Smelting Co.
and the Pennsylvania Smelting Co.
———»-*-*	
The Payne Mine.
Montreal and Toronto capitalists
have secured control of another big
British Columbia mining property as
they now control the famous Payne
mine in the Kootenay, one of the
most important properties in the province.
As an instance of what the Payne
can do it is only necessary to state that
lietween the 1st of Jany. aud the 14th
of March of the present year, there
was shipped from the mine 2S8 tons
of ore, which netted $52 a ton, after deducting duty and charges for freight
and treatment, thereby showing that
the Payne is a producer at the rate of
about $50,000 a month.
 eta	
OUR OTTAWA LETTER.
___xx.vii_w - HOTEL
Commercial and Mining men should put
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp
GOOD ACCOMODATION, EVHWHING EXCELLENT
Qeo J. Sheehar-      -      -      -    proprietor
THOS. WAKE
FULLS HOTEL...      Ea
The hotel is centrally located and is a stopping place  for sUg( |-n_
Good Ashing in tbe vicinity.  Good stabling.
A variety pf the choicest brands of liquors and cigars at the bar.
SITUATED AT BOUNDARY FALLS, _. c
$30884.53
LIABILITIES,
SURPLUS   . .
.17,920,360.39 <
. . 3,976,434.36 •
The Traveller Oombenation Accident Policy guarantees foi-accidentai
under ordinary conditions,
Uealh Benoflt     .... fiH-JO
LotiH of Sight of Both Eyes     . 5,0110
I/W8 of Both Foot or Both Hiimln 5,009
lam of Ono Hand and One Koot 5,0110
INirminont ToIh! Disabil ly 2,500
lam ot Riulit Hand     .     , U.500
I,osu of liCjf at or above Knee . 2,500
Lour of Left Hand     .    ,     , 1,000
I.ohn of Hither Foot 1,00
Lohk of sight of One J ye  .     . . tfoO
Liniits of* Weekly  Iqdeniriity $1,300.
m^Ji^;l!,njm'i,'S''lI*e «»!'»"■«■ while riding as a passenger in
any passenger conveyance using steaih cable, or electricity as a
motive power the amount to bt, paid shall beDOUBLB the sum
specified in the clause uiuler which the claim is made.
Cost $52 a vtAR  to Professional  and  Business
Men.and Commercial Travelers.
Other suras at proportionate rates
W. XX
VERNON - SAWMILL
SMITH 6 McLEOD, Pbopbiw-om.
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings,etc. All kinds of factory
work kept in stock and made to order.   Coast Cedar worked j
into Furnishings a Specialty. All kinds of Lumber, Lath and
Shingles kept in stock.   Best material always in stock.
Sawmili. on Okanaoan Lakk, Handy to Bmrrnmm. Sahh and Doob
Factoii. on <;. P. R.. Vbbnon.
Hotel
Cascade
^•/„*7   Headquarter! for mining men
AGENT FOR SOUTHERN BHITI8H COLUMBIA. MIDWAY B. C.
THE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First, Class Accommodation.   Good Stabling.  Tei minus of Stage Line
from M-u-cus, Washington.
McAOLEY A KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors.
R.H.
^^  Architect and
—— Civil Engineer.
Financial,
Ifeal Estate,
Insurance and
Mining Agent
VOTARY   PUBLIC
Certificate  of Improvements.
WOTICI—.
H uit view Townsite Agont.
 ■» ,
. . . ADDKK88 . . .
R. H. PARKINSON,
FMRVIKW, B. 0.
Intkknationai Mmmmi, Cum.
Situate   in the  0-oyooi mn|nir D*vij|„,
of:Yale District.   When Located! Krufftr
Mountain.
-TAKK NOTICK   that I. Chsrlos DoHlois
no teiLWi_SS'i*™'"«m*^»
no. 18—OS A, and htlmtni }. Ooddard. tret.
minor's cortilicato No. 1K«T litis"
sixty days from dato lioroof, (o apply to the
,fot'-g,Ro:l'nhvtm' R CertlAiMtoTfniprovS
issuaiico of suoh OcrtlflcatoofffiprSvemenSI.
Batod thin Ith day of January 181*9.
Corrospoiulenoe Solicited,
NOTICE.
CAMKtomyranohat Mcyom ,>ook about,
llio 281 h of Jany , one red heifer, oonunir
two years old, and brandod on thu left. nldo
thus LX
Ou-iior can hnvo same by provfn-c properly
and paying expenses.
JAMB5U. MjMY'XX
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate   of Improvements.
mrovxtm,
Thilbv Mihkrhl Cum.
Situate In the Kettle River Mlnln*- Division
&£a "   w*«'*»WiSl5lM*
TAKK'NOTIOR that wo, Randolph Stuart
1 'yn nrtnorVi cortiflcato No.«B_*. a R.
EHott free miner's em tifleoto No. 18319a. I. M
JSnwnv1 'Ti ",1"°.rs *w-,'*"-'«te No. 1 2«ta
imOT«?h&?V* .•J™'* lho dato hoi-oof. to
apii y fo lbe Mlntii-r Itecordor for a Certlflcato
of Iniprovemonls. for the purpose of obtaliiini*
a drown Ornnt nf tho altovo cliiin. uu",",ln*-
Aml further tnko unllco thnt. notion under
Keotloii 37 must bo commenced beforo tho issu-
anco of such Corilflcato of Improvomonts.
Iialcd Ihu. jtbday of January IKW.
Ottawa, March 18,1890.
There is an air of preparation and
expectancy at the Capital these days
in anticipation of the openingof parliament on Thursday. Inmimeralile surmises have, as usual been indulged in
as to the principal business tbat will
take up the attention of parliament.
Though beginning late, there is every
indication that the session will be of
full average length, and whatever kind
of a "rjast" the Opposition may have
in preparation for the government it
is safe to forcast that our esteemed uld
friend the clerk of the weather bureau
will provide a hot time on his own
account on Parliament Hill before the
worn and weary legislators return to
their homes.
As to the forcast of the business
likely to occupy the attention of the
house itis rather interesting and profitable to observe what tbe leaders on Mr.
Speaker's left have to say, for their
predictions may be generally taken as
a -fair indication of what they hope for
and>ill in fact endeavor to lead up to,
believing that their own strength can
be be Ht developed along those lines.
Now Thby Will «Catch IT.-Thus
we find that 8ir Charles Hibbert Tupper, talking of course in the strictest
confidence, tothe Mail-Empire man in
Winnipeg, expresses the belief that
"there are three questions to settle before the house adjourns, namely, the
reform of the Senate, the Yukon investigation, and the failure of the High
Joint Commission at Washington,
but," adds the rhetorical young ex-
minister of justice, "tbe Yukon affair
will be tbe nemesis that will ring the
knell ot the Liberal government. The
Senate reform will take the phase of a
three-cornered fight, and will be the
rock on which the government will
split. When the question of the corruption of the Yukon officials is
brought up there will lie some interesting developments. There is abundant proof now on its way to Ottawa
that all the reputed cases of maladministration are true, and a great
deal more that has never come to light
until the present time. There will certainly be some interesting revelations
made before the session is over. The
Deadman's Island deal is one, with a
great many other deals. The working
classes regard it with a certain amount
of favor, but there is certainly no
doubt of the corruption of the deal."
Thr ItiGH Man for tub Jon.--Interest in politics is rapidly growing in
Manitoba, for there are strong indications that a general election for the
legislature is not far distant and in
any event it must take place before
the end of the year. The opposition
with Mr. Hugh John Macdonald at its
head, is making heroic efforts to galvanise itself into some kind of animation but it is heavy and thankless
work, The last eleven years, since the
direction of the affairs of the province
passed into Mr. Greenway's hands,
have been years of progress and development.
CASCADE CITY
visiting the Christina Lako
district. Stopping place for
stages on route from
C. H. Thomas, Prop%
Marcus to Boundary
Creek  points.
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to welconw -clienth nnd provide good acconiuiodation. Good Catering, fin*
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PROPRIETOR
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GREENWOOD OAMP, BOUNDARY UREBK.
Good Accommodation for Travellers, Firat-clnas Meal* Served
Oood Livery Stable in connection.
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mjr. 0. D. B, Oreen P. L. S., has just
eompletod ttm aurvey of the Mudja
claim In Oaop McKinney, for Ross-
Mr. It. Kerby P. L. S„ hav-
log WWp jfil-be survey of a, group
Of mUmtt* "li (Shw>nwood camp, returned
to tows oo Mday lust.
Vary nuutjr people passed through
town during the week bound (for the
weat fork of Kettle river section, at
whkh polllt there will be much activity* during ttte coming summer.
Mr. A* Si.'MeAulay, Secretary of the
jlilidated Mining and Mill-
lag .Oonpiiy of Cump McKinney,
{MIMhI toioOgh town on Thursday last
00 Hpui> Spokane to the camp.
Hill near Oamp McKinney,
Mfk H Kelseys sister died of an
ath lip**"''* f«ver.   The funeral
HHield in the school house at
Ownp' MoEinwy,   and   was largely
The data on Boundary Creek lieing
eotnplatcd. the Tillman sawmill started
opwitioaa on Friday last, therefore
tlM MV future should see the *aat of
the himtar famine as fur as Midway
to conomtd.
A forty horse power hoiler and en*
tfm* WWB hauled into town a day or
tWD ago, and installed at Lequime A
FMfanaawtuill. With this and other
• machinery, tliis firm will
tire lumber at a great rate
         ending a few days in town
Hey Megraw of Camp McKin*
ned home on Tuesday last,
i Mr. Megraw visited Gra-
and was rather surprised
|h evidence of mineral wealth
•Hy dormant so near M idway.
forund, of Camp McKinney,
(trough town on Tuesday on
home from Greenwood, at
lint he hud been to negotiate
(connection with his claim the
i which lies to the west of
_|ehuha in the above named
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; jilWtt Di-Blois Green, P. L. S., has it
ItlaM bpciH-tl an oflice in Camp Me*
thUMy, the amount of work  in  his
MP**11' *'ne of business necessitating
(pcou*-****.   Mr. Green is particu-
rell versed in Camp McKinney
locations, theii'toi-e it is not,
Rsing he obtains   much stu-vi-y
j theiw.
| poles for the Columbia Telephone
any, which  is building a tele-
he line lietween Itosslund and Camp
Cinney taking in nil   the towns
|g the route, tin- being distributed
Keen Midway mid CuiiipMcKiimoy,
f F. Donald having the contract for
Rr delivery.   It is snid ami it cer-
Biy looks like it tlmt the line will he
iperution hy the midille of May or
j the flrst of June next.
Petitions very   numerously   signed
\e been   forwarded to the Chief
Inmissioner of Lands and Works and
lei- members of the provincial cab
Tb, praying that the bridge to be built
Ir the west fork of Kettle river, and
■ which provision  is made  in  the
■mutes, lie constructs! at once, or
per liefore the period of high water.
Vould be such a convenience to the
telling public it is to be hoped the
eminent will heed the wishes of its
■tinners.
In Tuesday last at'ireenwood, \V.
1-it-i' wus before James Kerr, J. P.,
answer to a churge of having com-
pied grivioiis bodily harm to George
Briidsliuw at Wellington camp
ling the latter part of last year. As
lvll suit is (-ending and it wus the ex*
I ss wish of Kith parties that criminal
ediugs be held in abeyance until
| 'ii il suit can Im- heard, the  inugls*
postponed proceedings, the ue
Id furnisliing liotids, und ngreeing
appear when culled upon.
Ir W, Guttridge who is extensively
Irt-Ntrd iu ,„j,iei) •„ t|lt. Wegj jop|j „.
Ttle River district, wturned to Mid*
r from Kngland on Friday last.. Mr.
Ili-idge left this district late Inst full,
Before his sojourn in England has
fended throughout the winter. Our*
j bis sUiy there Mr. Guttridge lost
f-ppnrtunity of making known the
jural resources of   the Boundary
Kit and Kettle river districts, us he
»instriim*.ntu.| in having published
lhe Financial Times the Manchester
Jardiuii nnd other influential papers
■le interesting articles hearing upon
»nbove subject.
Ur. I   Anderson, who so recently
►s nmiiiigt-r of the branch of the
r"k of British North America at
itod, has gone north to open a
if the bank at Atlin.   A new
■"ds broiiol) nt Atlin will be
ion of un assayer, whose
Jl \ It it will be to assay the gold he*
' it is taken  In  exchange at tho
|iik.   The Canadian   Bank of Com*
>rce will nlso open a brunch there,
Id this with the brunch of the Merch
ants Bank of Halifax already established will make three such institutions at Atlin City.
The constables life is not a happy
one. While parading the Boundary
Creek road last evening on horse buck
looking for a party that is wanted,
officer Gardom came up to a man that
answered the description. He hailed
the party asking him to stop as he
wished to speak to him. For answer
the suspect drew a revolver and fired
point blank at the officer, hut fortunately'missed him, and then dodged
quickly into the thick timber by the
road-side, and although promptly pursued, managed to get away. As a
result the constable is now on the war
path.
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The Hecla.
Work Was resumed on the above
named property a few days ago Messrs
Johnson and Wosted having the contract for continuing the tunnel which
is designed to crosscut the ledge on
the claim. The Hecla is situated at
Bock Creek and is owned by Messrs.
John Douglas,   James  Atwood and
others.
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Robin Hood.
Under the superintendence of Mr.W,
Guttridge work will soon be started on
the Bohin Hood, Assayer and Elizabeth claims which are situated up the
main Kettle river, above Rock Creek.
A private syndicate of English capitalists are interested in these properties,
and as soon as good wagon or railway
communication is offered, it is the intention of the owners to install ma
chinery and actively  develop   their
holdings.
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The Review.
Since the strike wus mude on the
Review claim on Meyers creek, which
claim is owned by Mr.R.Alllsou, much
mote attention is being paid to that
locality and as a result it is learned
that other promising claims ate to be
found in thut neighlwrhood. The
strike on the Review consisted in a
4-foot v<*in of ore having been cut tit a
depth of 100 feet by a crosscut tunnel
driven a distance of 200feet, principally
in wash. The ere in the vein is free
milling nnd of very good quality,
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Struck a Ledge.
The report is current that the ledge
iu the Minnehaha bus been struck it
the 2D0-foot level, in the drift which is
being run from the bottom of the shaft.
Making enquiries an ADVANCE representative discovered that a very
promising looking vein of ore 2J feet
wide was cut through by the drift on
Thursday last, but apparently it is not
the main ledge, as by careful ealcula
tions tbe drift should not reach the
main ledge for reveral days yet. It is
more than likely the vein now disclosed is a spur from the main ledge,
and this seems to be the veiw held by
the mining! inriK,
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The Rejected.
On the north side of the boundary
line on Meyers creek the Hejected is
situated, n clnim owned by Messrs W,
Oonkle, G. Caldwell and F, Donald,
who are now working on their prop'
erty. Tbe Rejected carries a strong
ledge vurying froin 10 to 20 feet in
width und outcropping throughout the
whole length of the claim, the ore
from which taken from the surface
gave for clear quartz from a trace to
$l..r)0 in gold to the ton, and for quartz
carrying considerable gnlrnn nn assay
as high as $50 in gold and $25 in silver
to the ton. On the surface the galena
appears bunced in the quartz but ns
development progresses it would seem
to be more thoroughly disseminated
therefore in the hear future it will
be possihle to get nn idea of the average value of tbe oie,
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Dixon's Promotion.
Mr. 0, G. Dixon, the general freight
and pussci.gcr agent of the Spokane
Falls ami Northern Railway has lieen
ap|iointed commercial agent of the
Great Northern, with office at Spokane.
He retains his former appointment.
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Trying for a Smelter.
Since the president of the Great
Northern visited Spokane the other
dny the people of that town have been
paying attention to the smelter question. Mr. Hill suggested thnt it would
lie n good thing for Spokane could
capitalists be induced to erect a smelter there. Not only would it mean
tonnage for his road, it would mean
as well the disbursement of much
money in the place, ss such an industry
has generally attached to it u generous
pay toll.
Justus to whether new works will
be erected or the old plant which was
set up some years ago and was never
used, will be renovated, remains to he
seen, but certain is it the people of
Spokane are now paying attention to
the advisability of having such an industry in their midst,
Pipes,
Cigars
AND
Cigarettes
■NOVELS-
J. A. UNSWORTH,
DRUGGIST
MIDWAY - B. C.
C. F. COSTERTON
VHiHNON. B. C
NOTARY PUBLIC.
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The Royal Insuranck Coy.
The London and Lancashire Fire
Insurance Coy.
The Insurance Coy. op North
America.
The London and Canadian Fihe
Insurance Coy.
The Sun Life Assurance Coy or
Canada.
The Dominiok Building and Loan
Association.
Appraiser for the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy.
Notice to Taxpayers.
ASSESSMENT ACT AND PROVINCIAL REVENUE TAX ACT.
Rock Creek Divinlon of Vale Dlatrlct.
OTICK Ia hereby given In accordance with
. thc Statutes that Provincial Revenue Tax
and all Tuxes levied under thc Assessment Act,
arc now due for Ilie year 1899. All lhe above
named taxes collectible wilhin the Rock Creek
Division of Yale District arc payable at mv
offlco at Osoyoos, Yule District. Assessed
taxes are collectible at (lie following rates, viz:
If paid on or before June 30th, 189(1.
Three-fifths of one per cent on real property.
Two and one-half por cent on assessed value
of wild laud.
One half of one per cent on personal property.
On so much of tho incomo of any person as
exceeds one thousand dollars lhe following
rates namely:—Upon such excess of income,
when tho same is not more than ten thousand
dollars, ono per cent, when such excess is over
ten thousand dollars and not more than twenty
thousand dollars, one and one quarter of one
percent, wl.cn such excess is over twenty
thousand dollars one and one half of one per
cent.
If paid after 1st July 1899.
Four tiftliN of one per cent on roal property.
Three per cent on the assessed value of wild
land.
Three fourths of one por cent on personal
property.
On so much of the income of any person as
exceeds one thousand dollars: the following
rates namely !— Upon such excess, when the
siitiie Is not more than ten thousand dollars;
one and one quarter nor cent, when such excess
is over ten thousand dollars aud less than
twenty thousand dnlliirs, ono and one half of
one per cent, when snub excess Is over twenty
thousand dollars one and threo quarters of one
per cent.
Provincial Revenue lux $3.00 per capita.
0. A. R. LAMHI.Y,
Osoyoos, R. C., Assessor and Collector.
February 24th, 1899.
NOTICE.
"TTHR Columbia and Western Railway Com-
I pany will apply lo lhe Parliament of Canada at Us next Session for au Act giving to tho
Company authority to issuo flrst mortgage
bonds to bo a charge nn il J railway, including
ils nu.In lino anil branches, noi exceeding
thirty-live thousand dollara por mile thereof,
and for olher purposes.
H.CAMPUKLL OSWALD,
Montreal, March 7,1899. Secretary,
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sortinent may be fnuud every discript.lnn of Ihe stove from Ihe highest class
range down to the small tin stove for Ibe prospector, A peculiar feature in con
nection with Ihis shipment is, that although yon can choos-; from a g eat
variety you can only get one quality, :!Tj«Be§t1\ As lo price? Well, considering the quality they are Cheap I Cheap 11 Cheap I It and so ynu would
say if you examined the goods.
=Don't delay for the stoves are selling every day.
Ord       y Mail Becelve Prom-it Attention
flie Miners Home,
FAIRVIEW. B. C.
THIS HOTEL offers the best of accommodation
at moderate charges. Only the best brands cr
liquors and cigars kept on hand. A good table
and good beds add much to the comfort of i':s
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Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
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Is now offering 25,000 shares of its treasury stock at 5 cents per share.
INCORPORATED IX SPOKANE. WASH., U. S. A., JAN. 12th, 1897,   11*^
AND REGISTERED IN  BRITISH COLUMBIA, AS  A FOREIGN  11^""
COMPANY, MAY ist 1897.
OFFICERS.
DR. ERIC RICHTER - Pres. - Spokane, Wash.
SPENCER BENERMAN Vice-Pms. Midway.B.C.
C. L. THOMET - - - Manages - .Midway.B.C.
J. E. BREITFELDER - Tre.^ - Spokane,Wash.
F. W. McLAINE   -   -   -   Secretary, Midway.B.C.
HEAD OFFICE OF TNE COMPANY IN BRITISH COUINBIA
IS AT NIOWAT.
CAPITALIZATION.
Capital Stoek -  $1,000,000.
Divided into 1.000.000 Shares of a per nine of $1 each.
FULLY PAID AND NONASSESSABLE.
Of which 400.000 arc set aside for development purposes
BAJfKKRa
TNE CANADIAN DANK OF COMERCE,
GREENWOOD CITY. B. C.
The properties of the company are all—three in nurrber—situated on Boundary Creek, and possess exceptional facilities for development ane
the shipment cl ore Correspondence is solicited, and further information concerning the properties and stock of the Company, will be freeh
given by the Manager or Secretary.       Address all communications to C. L Thomet, Midway. B. C, or F. W. McLuxe. Midway, B. C
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