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 T ailV m__4o
m. XI, No. 18.
MIDWAY. BRITISH COLUMBIA. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4.   1899.
$2.00 per Year.
McLBOD,
Ibabbistkk, Soucitob. Etc.
Midwav, B. C.
■
ICHOLSON,
-: Notary Public,
IEAL ESTATE,
FINANCIAL AOENT
and MINING BROKER.
Lp NIOKINNEY, B.C.
...Copper and Gold...
The Similkameen district is noted for
its ledqes of Copper-Gold ores.
Quality and Price.
Dr. R. Mathison,
 : DENTIST.
Lv-KLOOD   BLOCK   •    OREENWOOD.
BAUCTT. II.C. SHAW.)
Hallett & Shaw
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS,
Notaries Public.
<. ArMrc•^i:'•HAU.l!TT.'•
t'ODK>' '■ UcJford McNeill'-, Moreing &
Seal's, Ix.'ibcr'6.
|EE.\ WOOD. B.O.
peenwood Assay Office,
J. C. Luckenbel, Prop.
isayer   and   Analytical
Chemist.
Oronnwood, S. O.
While
price of
MINER
mining 11
when i
Insteai
money,
W
1 for ti
■ quality
ane
ROSPK
' TuRS
ane
teen
irroun
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■ om
>f our -t
in 3
MIDWAY'S PIONEER ™_
Industry.
 «	
Tiie only steam Sash and Door
Faciopy in the Boundary
Creek District,
Lequime & Powers' Successful
Struggle with many Adverse
Circumstances.
Ii
iO sa\
P
'into the district        i rel rred to,
"W. T. S_aa,-bfoz*d & Co.
VERNON,   FAIRVIEW,  CAMP  McKINNEY   and  SLOCAN  CITY.
SIMILKAMEEN *f
"*****% JOHNSON'S HOTEL
Princeton 28 miles,
Fairview   30 miles
ty
15 Mile Creek.
ling Properties Kx miined and Reported cm.
\$. SUTHERLAND,
.  . .   MIDWAY, lu'.
J>OTART   PCBLIO.
CUSTOMS   HROKRIl.
COMMISSION AGENT.
Cj.'jts entries passed.    BlnercU Art
fn_ Und AC.   papers drawn up.  Affl-
c..j '  ...»en.   Abstracts made.
Conununications by mail or telephone
' orompily attended to.
W. I.M.HVV'.K
Blaclcnuiltii
FAIRVIEW. li. C.
|II Kinds  of  Repalrlnc.    Horseshoeing
A 8pc'ii'v.
Keremeos 15 miles
ling iu watch the gradual
d veli pirn ii' of iodusti i-- in growing
t mtresof population, Some limited
!'•. ample capital, .-'iii! under auspic-
, is conditions, and, given an active
ind continuous demand for t heir products, quickly   txscnme  firmly   ustali*
j lisbed. Employing a comparatively
large nunilier of men und their out
put making a large showing each year,
' they frequently become, circumstances
heing favorable, not nnly a source
profit to those controlling tbem but a
decided benefit to the locality in which
hey are operated, tlvir pay-roll being
ameansof circulaiing money anil ul
i slertng trade around them.   These
I things carry with tbem material ad-
! vantages much appreciated in rising
t ...ns, the ui nv bo since tlipy encourage permanent settlement with iu con*
! comit tnt- of population and trade.
Midway in common with other pro-
s centres apnreciat
;t last lirought home the
t success could not lie
attained on the old mill tx.-e so last
year the mill wjis removed to a site on
Boundary Creek about a mile above
Midway, Here, despite accidents and
losses hy fire and flood—first the mill
dam went out when the creek was in
fuller Hood than usual, and next fire
destroyed a hig pile of logs lying in a
gulch above the mill—the stock of
manufactured lumber, rough and
dressed, steadily increased uut.il. the
demand being good, it looked as if the
time had arrived when an adequate
return would be realised, But the
Fates were not to lie propitiated, for
one summer evening fire made
An Almost Clean Sweep,
of mill, buildings plant and stock, and
so another season's work together witb
the cost of iiiill appliances and materials was irretrievably lost. Surely
the firm must be "hoo-dooed" said the
superstitious and certainly it required
stout hearts and indomitable pluck
after such a series of calamities to give
this unprofitable businesoanother trial.
But these qualities were not lacking.
', I so the following winter a pile foundation for a bigger mill than the one de-
itroyed was put inona slough off Xettle
Iifles-1 Stable and Store in Gomieetion.isrs^'st^s-uErsrs
Practical House and Carriage
4   ¥ m t rr\
■«-__-_-»____■_-___ *   1 A
Paper Hanging, Graining and Sign Painting. Also Kalsomining
and all kinds of Decorative Work executed by
E, Nash l Co,, Midway and Greenwood City, *
i .1
bat prominence l-e given t>> the
fact that hard by tbis town is established the only sash and door factory
operating in the Boundary Crepk district. It is associated with a saw-mill
husiness which from small beginnings
lias passed through in.my vicissitudes,
some of which temporarily suspended
it* vitality. until ; •'. iy i: is an important industry.   An .-.       ■       .! rlail of
KKITH.
f. V. KKT' HUM,
)<E1TH& KETGHUM,
IEAL ESTATE
AND
MINING BROKER^
lining Properties   Examined  and
Reported on.
GREENWOOD  :   : »• c>
|B. A. Ot-Bsa. M. A. H. A. Ouias, M. a
GUESS BROS.
Chemists and Assayers
The Riverside Hotel,
Is situated al  Rock Crepk, B.C., mi   the
between Penticton "nd all Boundary Creek points,
place for st iges.
main route  of   travel
Stopping
Good Fishing* -:- food Hunting:-:-Best of Accommodatjon.
IS. Larsna,   M-_x*r»_:o*-.
id live
ive 1<
x en y.
riving
Thorounhiy   familiar   with   Kairview miJ
jHoundory Creek Mineral Properties.   I'roper-
tics Examined.  A*«ys uud Aoalyaea of Ores.
fuels. Etc
j = Midway Meat Market
S K. A. MATTHES, Proprlelor.
River and a short distance west of Midway.   Later ii was decided to establish
a s.ush and door factory in conjunction
with the saw-mill,  and Mr. Bernard
Lequime, who had previously made a
success uf a similar industry at Kelowna, decided to come to Midway to
personally supervise the putting in and
operating ot the factory machinery.
Under his efficient direction the factory
was bas lieen running for several weeks
and orders for doors and sashes from
Greenwood  and   elsewhere bave already been satisfactorily filled.
Mill Buildings aiid Plant.
The mill   buildings  are erected  on
piies varying in length above ground
from three feet to 'i.) feet.   The sawmill huilding is 31 feet by 11X1 feet and
the factory is a two-storey building 80
feet by S) feet.   Other buildings are
office,  blacksmith's shop, sheds  for
mouldings and dressed luiuiier, l>oard*
rag i.'U,.-i   foi   employes, stable, etc.
The sawmill is equipped with a large
J Waterous   saw carriage   and frame,
tit would appear unlikelv ttm ^g-*'** Hve rolls, etc., and has a
cutting capacity of 35,000 feet of lum-
herperday.   Thereisal»o a lath mill
equal to 60,000 and :t shingle mill that
can turn  out  HI.UUJ per diem.   The
factory plant includes planer, moulder,
hand saws and all machinery requisite
for the  manufacture of sashes and
doors.    This  last embraces   sticker,
tenoner, mortiser,   combination saw
table (for cutting mitre joints, ripping
and ji I kinds of small sawingjand turning   lathe (for   turning    bannisters,
newel and verandah posts, table and
chair legs, etc.)   The power for mill
and factory is supplied by two engines
and boileisaggregating50-horsepowei,
The logs — chiefly pirn-,  with some
fir and   tamarack—are  floated down
Kettle HfWer  and  diverted   into  the
slough upon which the mill is built.
They are hauled into the mill by a bull
Midway by Messrs. lte
iwers, the pioneer sawmill
loundary country, nouli
ike Hctiou  than  fact.
At this establishment customers can >:ct cl
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and S I.
icest cuts of
I..
Tho». HcDonntll,
OHKF.SWOOD, B. C
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(fcr
R. M. McEntlre.
Hi
mmmum 11i hiummmumbi
st* *Te -.»*
ti* ft, ft*
MeDonnell & MeEntire,
Mines and
-;- Real Estate.
Greenwood and Camp McKinney.
BOCK GREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OP 110CK I'HKKK
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USE O.K. FLOUR:
o^The Best Flour in Canada.
I that men had
The Pluck to Persevere.
nough to sunnount the obstacles
re down the misfortunes thai
besel   tbem  during the >ix or
ir-1hey have lieen resolutely
against    adversity    in this
:  ig] Ixirbood.   It   is   said   that   all
things come to him who waits,   lt a;*
pejus necessary to add  "and  works"
10 tbe old adage, to fit the case under
notice, for uot only have Messrs, Le-
fjiiinip and Powers waited, but they
i have  worked with ji will, until to day
I the industry they haw at length firm
' ly established is a credit to themselves.
a striking testimony to their energy
and i: terprise and a distinct benefit to
tin- town.
Shortly after Capt Adams first set
| his eyes on the large ;
the site of the  present town of Midway—then known as Ehi It's—Mi. Wm.
Powers arranged   with  the original
j holder, Louij- Elinit. to let him have a
luill site on   the  bank? of the  Kettle
river and hauled in from the Ofcaua-
gan by ji rough nnl circuitous apology
toraroad t steam saw-milling plant.
When the late Mr. 11. P. Paluierston,
, Midway's m>i townsite agent, wjis indulging in dr-ams of the town's coming prosperity and commercial importance, and was wearing bis life "ut in
. impatient eflforl to hast* n the stage oi
development wbich Is now bring fair!)
entered upon, Mr. Powers was i liling
early and late to place upon a paying
l^sis
The Initial Industry
I of this country now big with prom!
of industrial growth far and away bi
yond'thc inostsiiiguine expectations of
those early citizens of Midway, notwithstanding thai they earnestly be-
li-vi-ii that the town would eventually
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Fumt-CLASS   AcOOMMnnATION   KliK   OOKSTS
GOOD STABLING
■WExccllertHshlniton Keltic Rlv_._»
t ertihed
perfect (lour, and strong
|)V all, as superior to any
lumbia market.    Our flour is heraiaet
Penticton to Grand Forks.    Insist on
flour in the
l,
British Co-
' bv even'
evel   Plain J wheel with a lift of 28 fe«t.   Already
More than 1,000,000 Feet
have been cut i his season and another
drive of 500,000 feet is being handled.
When running to its full capacity the
establishment employs about 30 men.
At one time this year there w-re on
the   payiullg  including   loggers,   lie-
twveti 40 jitni oO meu.and from eiifht to
twelve  hor>es   have  l>een  employed
ti^ht alcitig.   All  logging is done hy
contiact The products of the mill and
factory Bud a market in Midway and
at Oreenwood, Meyers t'rek Chesaw,
Rock (Avok, up|>er Nettle Rivet points.
Anarchist Mountain and nther places.
Prices ;it the mill are $11 ;or all kinds
, of rough lumber and  j>20 to  $27  for
1 dressed.   Shingles and  lath are $1.50
per thousand.    There is on hand a
,'•■ stock of lumlier which will be
freely drawn upon during the ensuing
till and winter  chiefly for additional
buildings for Midway, quite a number
of which will be er.cted.   The mill and
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Ifactory aie therefore a convenience to
become—as  the   present    townsite the town from a supply point of view
sgent, with characteristic modesty ad-J _5 weUas a benefit in employing and
Metises elsewhere in  this journal- paying for lltbor.   lt is confidently an-
"the wholesale supply and mauufac-; -.ici-nited that the growth of the town
will lie su rapid and substantial as to
necessitate an enlargement ere long of
; mill and factory and a consequent expansion of this linn's operations  and
: business.
Old
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0. K. flour and you wi
11 ?et the best.
ial Job Printing.
OKANAGAN FLOUR MILLS CO
Q ARMSTRONG, B. C.
fe>00O0OO0000C>O0$O00O0O0'»
luring centre of the Kettle Kiver
Boundary Ureek districts,"
Disaster attended the efforts of Le-
quiuie and Powers to profitably run
their sawmill on the old site in Midway,   Much time, labor, money and I
material were  practically  wasted   in:
endeavors to hold logs in the Kettle
Hiver. The strongest booms and piers *J-t, p.*|js FiVi,. 0f nPXt, year will be one
that costly experience suggested, were froni the V. P. R., which has reserved
nol strong enough when the river was n spase of 1,380 feet, that will be fitted
in Qood so that manv a hundred thous* "J'.f JJ >7'*Ption room, showing many
ot its hest oil paintings, and displays of
and feet of logs went down river, the natural resources of the country
Several successive years, disastrous in along its route.
C. P. R. Co. at Paris.
An Ottawa press despatch says :—
Among our most notable exhibits at
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AT "THE ADVANCE. mwj-nptlon Price, fUO per aunutn, payable WW
tJi.iii'.'e,either yearly nr half-yearly at the sent
lu
option ui tho subscriber.
Aitvortisiiig hates sunt on application
Though the column.- of Tiik AoYAttut are
always open for the discussion of matteru ol
pitbin- lateral j.ihI Importance, ivo do not hoc*
pexsarllyoudorao tuiy .if the opinions expressed.
Correupoudouoe ofa i-ei-sonnl nature will not tie
published.
spnndent for the various papars,
i out as special dispatches news
fnun the Midway ■AnvAMK'and other
(mini's in ilie Boundary, and djttes
them nil from that town."
„„riung uegjecteu man service,
hoped to obtain a tri*vr**klj trad
Fairview to Keremeos. which
then be   extended to S»-MJle e
camp.
The weather lu the high ranges
It  is i
from j
Vllld
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.MONDAY. .SLKJK.MBEK4, 1560.
A glaring instance of this propensity h^,, „,„,.,, |jj*e
lie regarded us I Is opening up
assurance that
THK a 0. COPPER COMPANY'S.
SMELTER.
It has lieen decided that the Iiri'isli
Columbia Copper Company's smelter
shall lie placed on Copper Creek, just
above Anaconda) conditionally tlmt
the site chosen cun lie obtained. It is
stated tlmt the land required—or most
of it—is iwued by a syndicate represented hy Mr. Sydney Johnson, 0. E.,
but it is unlikely there will lie any
difficulty in tliis connection, so the
question of site may
disposed of. We hav
the chief consideration in making
choice of this site whs that of proximity to the Mother Laic and other
Boundary Creek mines torn which ore
supplies may lie expected when, next
summer, the smelter shall have lieen
completed] should nothing happen to
prevent so desirable a consummation.
We sincerely congratulate our neighbors up the creek on this forward step.
Next to seeing the smelter at Midway
we would rather see it in the locality
that present conditions appear to favor
most - at Anaconda.
The Greenwood "Miner," with that
absence of narrowness that it is setting
a good example iu, remind."' its readers
that the B. C. Coppei Coinpaiiy "is not
the only pebble on the beach," so we at
Midwav may well take heart and look
for our turn coming hefore very long.
Even supposing the combined treatment capacity of the two smelters
already assured for the Boundary
country) he within a year from date
1500 tons per diem—and this appears
to be a liberal capacity margin to allow- within that time—either much
more smelting accommodation will
have soon to be provided or the oft-
repeated statement that the biggest
mines on this continent will he in this
district will lie found to lie a gross
exaggeration. If the mines of the
Boundary country are next year to
prove even big ones, putting aside the
possibility of their developing into
"the biggest on the continent," their
aggregate output of ore thai it will
pay to smelt will surely considerably
exceed loOOor3000 tons a day and so re
quire larger smelting facilities than
those for which preparation is now
being made, allowing for additions
ami extensions in prospect,
Another fact tu keep in mind is the
importance generally placed upon the
avoidance of an up-hill haul.   Apparently the fact is being ignored that
for ores coming from points south of
Boundary Falls—except possibly from
some Central camp properties— there
will lie an uphill haul if they be taken
iipBoundaryl reekand so past Midway.
This applies to ores and concentrates
coming this way trom  Republic, Meyers Creek, the American Okanogan,
Camp McKinney and   the numerous
mining camps on the several tributaries of the main Kettle River coining in
above  Rock  Creek.   Graham's camp
situate just above Midway must also
be regarded as a probable contributor
of ores to a local smelter.    There is
therefore good reason to conclude that
the establishment of a  large custom
siuelterat Vlidway at no distant date
is a reasonable probability,
for petty theft of the individual referred to was the unacknowledged
appropriation of some information re
specting the Boundary Falls water
power which THB ADVANCE took SOfflS
trouble to obtain. Some people bave
no id-auf journalistic rality though.
baa
that  of winter than
i work of prwpect-
'.is.int.    Never*
: strikes
• k.
last we.
el
Interested
cut a
Ollalla
AII.M.NU NOTES.
Mr. R. Stuart lasl Thursday completed the purchase from Mr, W. Q.
McMynn, of Midway, his share In the
Calumet mineral claim adjoining the
U'innip-g in Wellington camp.
Mr. Ed. H. McMynn, of Meyers creek
■ome nice ore in his
Daisy Bell fractional claim. Thisclaini
is situated on the British Coliiniliia
-ide of the International Boundary
line and adjoins the Rejected. An Incline shaft is down 15 feet on a 1-foot
body of solid jinil well*inlneml_ed
quarts which assays $41.3 in gold and
four ozs. silver. It is intended to run
a tunnel to cut the vein at a depth of
about 25 feet.
Mr. Napoleon Wells, of New York, a
mining man of wide repute and experience went on to Rock creek last
week after spending several days in
Midway. Whilst here he visited the
Bruce and Lygia claims, In Graham's
camp, close to Midway, and was very
favorably impressed with the good
showings of copper ore he saw there.
It was his intention to go to Meyers
creek and probably ('amp McKinney
August nuking tl
ing anything but i
thi less some most eiicnuragiii-
h.-ive been made during the
At the head of Ollalla and Sixteen
Mile creeks a party of nun
in this new camp the other day
trail from the summit down
creek to Here s, thus great'y shortening the distance te their claim.-. ^ _   j
Messrs. Franc and   Hind   "f **'•*•""- j
view are aboui to open ji branch <rf
their business at the new town of Ker-
the above gcutle-
ful in their venture. .
he :i good chance
ii.!,' .mil feed store,
mpanj jut offering
st leu parties who
siness here.   Many,
emeus.    No   dctlb
men will be success
There ought to
here fora livery sl
The Townsite t x
free lots to the Rl
will   open   up   In
have already expn
il their desire  to
do SO, but s,ifjii-tln'ilifl'icii!tylia.-b*vn
Inobtaining lumber, lt is to be hoped
th.it the promis.il sawmill will not long
he delayed, for valuable time is being
lost. There is enough timber to Ih*
had for present use, and an ever increasing demand for lumber.
B. C. Mineral Exhibit.
From all accounts the Minister of
Mines and the Provincial Minemlogbl
have been most successful in obtaining
lorthe Palis Exposition simples of
British Coliiniliia t re. Hon. Mr. Hume.
Minister of Mine-, has personally look-
GOLD DROP,   GOLD D(j$t
0. K. FLOUR,
OGILVIE'S HUNGARIAN
OGILVIE'S GLENVIA,
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
GRAHAM FLOUR, RYE FLoj
OAT MEAL, WHEAT r
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The Midway Trading CompanyjJ
J.R.JACOBS, MANAGER, '
--HARDWARE^
Chambers & Co. Ver
Dealers in Shelf aod Heavy Einlware,
PAINTS,   OILS, STOVES, TINWARE
.•Jobbing Tinsmiths and Plumbers :-
ed ;ifler lhe gold dust exhibit, and
and the West Fork of Kettle river Iv-' from present indications it will be one
fore returning to Midway. He also ,,f [he most interesting of the rol*
contemplated visiting Beaver creek if | lection. A display from the creeks ef
Mr. Alex. Wallace bad sufficiently re- j Atlin Is on the way, while placer speci-
A FEW FACTS.
The Vancouver   "News-Advertiser'
in a recent editorial dealing with the
"crisis" in provincial affairs which certain Opposition newspapers affirm, ex-
is's,- .is m parti-'TheGovernment now
In power will stay there as long jis it
continues'o carry out  the policy to
which the party was pledged ;it the
polls.   Facts are   stubborn things to
meet   Th*' Government Ins been able |
to borrow money in London on better!
terms than ex-premier Turnercoiild do. j
Capital for investment in our mines,!
oui'forests and our tisheiies. i- coming
in more freely than ever '•efore,
chartered luniks are continually owning  new   branches in ibe Province.
There aie inure miners at wrrk to-day
covered from his recent illness to act
as his guide. Mr. Wallace left for
Rook creek about the middle of thc
week intending to do his utmost to
show Mr. Wells severs] of the liest-
looking claims on and near Beaver
creek.
Information has been received from
Mon deal to the effect that Mr J. ('.
Haas, M. _., bas disposed of the Gol*
eotida group of mineral claims, hi
Smith's camp. The group includ. s the
Golconda, Lanoxin, York, Cleveland,
Wild Rose fraction and Gold Bed.
Tliere ore good surface showing on
several of the claims and some nice
ore, chiefly arsenical iron and copper
pyrites, has lieen exposed on the
Golconda in open cuts over a
distance of 400 feet and has also been
met with in a 00-foot shaft and a connecting tunnel. The group was owned
by Mr. Haas and Hon. Geo. E. Foster,
M. P., ex-Minister ot Finance. It is
stated that a financially strong company is lieing organized by Mr. Bofus j
Pope. M. P. and associates to acquire
and work these claims.
Messrs. H. Strauss and S. Benermaii
recently returned,after doing considerable work on the Foothill, K'iugslon
inp Boston, claims in which they ore
interested and which sre situated in
Triple Like camp. Canyon Creek, report some fine bodies of oie being disclosed on these   propeities.   On   the
Foothill a big open surface cut  ha.*
shown t he vein of ore to he from eight
to fourteen feet in width, carrying ore
containing copper, and averaging,from
a sample t iken from the surface some
.$17. to the ton.   On the Kingston and
Boston adjoining each other the recent
work done has been very beneficial as
the ledge  which  runs through both
properties, has widened from about. 1S-
inches ou the siirf.ice to Jiboiu fnur tVet
atthedepthat which work wrsdiscontinued.   The ore in the vein running
J through the— pmpwtiescatTiestheiaie
metal nagyagite ai.d theref./re it is not
islonishing  that   it runs high in gold,
u^ay j having lieen had of $72 and $V-i\ Bon D
1 to the ton from two samples taken.
mens from the streams of Kootenay
and Lilljioet ha*e   alieadv arrived.
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I ACETYLENE GAS. kx^:;''::-■:;
We solicit the patronage of the public,
ing. and right prices, to merit \< ur
TST
-*""'"' "!' '-"■■"'"' '"'"• .""[Mail orders receive our pro-
beach   diggings    it    Wreck  Bay  Insl/ I,
Some quicksilver
ir mine was brought
Briwn,  and
iggtngi
also been seemed.
from the ('innal
down by  Mr,   G.   M
forms not ih'l-is; interesting p*rt of
thedisplay.   Prom Cariboo Hon. Mr.;
Hume bas received a c nsigoinent of
gold,  lepiesent.itive   of   tddifferent j
properties.   The   exact   value if  the
gold is $4ti.lij.   Mr.  Hume i» tuning!
sui'Jii.le cases prepared in wbii h io dis-1
play tbe gold.
The Provincial Mineralogist, Mr. }
Robertson, his devoted his attention j
to tbe Mainland, altd  thiee   carloads;
of mineral specimens from Nelson and
Ainsworth, Hot Kootenay, Kossiand
and   Boiinduv Creek    have  already
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certiflciite   of   Improvement*..
0
eyu-os  Hining IHftnon o
Yale Olslnct.   Where loca.udj  In Cam;
wonoa
thuam ito thjno—t _man Cum
Situate In the Osoyoos  H;nin*r
ict.  Where '
McKinney
TAKK N0T1CJ that I. It. ft Parkinson »
agent fur the Camp MrKiuney Mine*
I.imiU-d. of Camp McKinnrj. fnr mii'.r-
ccrttdcats .**". ISnl* liilaii-. ilitj tayt torn
J the ,tau'ti»'r,ji»f. t'ovpply to the Minm< Itcsir-
I flcr toraoertiAnUi of unprm-emenu, for lhe
[porasae el Dbuitjin** a Croftn *~.j,: ot the
j above Waime
j    And further take notlra thai lutiuu. under
been forwarded loOilawa.    Provincial j section St. mast be mmiwun-l   be/ore the
Assayer Carini. hael is looking after
Vancouver Island, and has, in addition
to copper and gold specimens, several
representative blocks of coal from the
mines of the New Vancouver Coal
Company.
issuance ot -uch certilkate ot imprurenwDU
riau*d this ITlh day uf Amw, 1S».
It II. PAltKlVSOY
Professions and Practices.
TheLilieral fiiirty went to thecimntry
in 1*8 with a policy declaring for reduction in taxation, (tecreasem exfien
diture . diminution of the public debt,
and the extermination of the principle
l'be i HI"' practice of pnitcction.
The following figures show how the
policy has been sbandoned :
Average,
ISC-OB 1SB9.
. m.u2.:ns
than ever liefore in Bi-Jtish Columbia. Customs   tax
There are more acres under cultivation ■    ation	
now than in anv previous year.   Im-j £"ta'1','vVmie, "
... Kate lier head..
migrants from   Europe  are   coming [Total    expetidi
here without any effort on onr part,     tmv	
instead nf it being necessary to Inibe  Increase  in
tilers with funds from the     siut'e lm *
—Toronto "Mail and Empire
VERNON NOTES.
(Trom our own com-siJondent.)
Verxos, Sept., 1.—Mining iu the
neighlwirhood of Vernon is looking up,
and several dejils are on lhe tapis, and
some good strikes have recently been
made.
On the Western Beauty claim owned
ly Captain Vidler, a fine ledge of ore
3) feet wide has been unci vered. The
vein fillim* is a quarts, richly mineralized, nnd from its appe.irance shoukl
run well. The ledge runs through the
Western Beauty and adjoining claim.
t h"Three Tramp;., and is a parallel ledge >
to tbat on thepropenies owned byMsasr
Wuod and Stump, and from which
some very good assays have lieeu oh
tuined. It also iiarallels'the ledge
"pened up on the Iron Cap, a very
promising claim.
In a few d ii- a shipment i f ore will
he made to tbe Tmil -n-e
iable ilaim, owned by the Boti
[ (liable Minim; and Milling Company,
whose properties nre situated ju-t east
of the town of Vernon, and upon
which considerable work b'ls l*en
done. The ore fm-shipment has been
taken from what is known as the No 2
workings, and assays obtained from
samples of the ore sent to Victoria.
Trail and Chicago, gave in the first in-
stance$_a tothe ton; in the second
!r>«7. and in th" third $367. Thes* v,,|.
nes arereprincipally in silver and cop.
Spokane Falls
..& Northern,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
- -AXD --
Red Mountain Railways.
The   only all-rail route, with
out change of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland
and Nelson. . .        A^
THE
Ba:
C0MM1
Head0i?M
PAID-UP CAPITA
[SIX MIL! :
REST,   --..
President      II
General Manager
As»'t. (tool Managi
This Rink ha- iti   .
Branches of SO] '      *      '
sgenctes at flea \   *
Orleans, Skagway a • I
.Arconnis of Corp t '
and liiduiduals rex rived
terms.
fVaflS, (slinineri■■ l] I
lers'Credits ami I i'1 '       N
available In any paK ol
Approved Notes I' -
tions made.
-A general   Banking   ■' ■
•acted.
GREENWOOD BRANCH
I). A. CAMERON
DAILY TRAINS
GOI.VO MIRTH.                     QOIire SOITH.
I.i41 a. ni.        ttAHIlS Hilt*-.***.
Train leaving  Marcus at 12:11 a. m.
rfiom ihe; nmke-s clow connections at Spokane
with trains for all
Pacific Const Points.
(.'lo*? connections at Nelson with
steamboats for Kaslo and all Kootenav
Ijike points.
4l,ii!«s.|."w| per, the  ore carrying a considerable
debt
unwilling settlers with funds from the!
public treasury to come within our borders. Notwithstanding the repeal of
taxation—such   as   the mortage   tjix
Passengers for Kettle
Boundary 1'ieeic connect
with stage daily,
•HC.__.j__i
Hiver  nnd
at  Marcus
O. P. *T. A.
The Cellar.'
Administrator's Notice.
THOMAS W. PATWSOtf, Pecnuwl.
and the tax on working miners—the [notice of the incorporation of the fol
revenue is increasing aj, the result of lowing new cumpniiics is given:   Th
~idd Mining Company, of
extended enterprise horn of confidence
in a wise administration of affairs.
And yet we hear that there is a "crisis" in the Und! Il should be secured
for the Provincial Museum, tngethd
with the ineu who have discovered U."
amount of gray nipper.   These figara
ill H,:.*! 51,798,:m| eU* Hn i"llu*;"io'i "f what may he expected from the several tons ol on? to
5,78U,.yC; b*-shipped, and if the smelter returns
areas favorable, the shareholder** in
ihe above company will he much
pleased.
The farmers have,'suffered heavily-
owing to the constant rains imnedini-
tarrestJnR operattom and to im'mdoff KSS-SSJSS'S?
ill the other damage done King Kiost  said esmiTa^Zinl
New Companies.
In the official "Gazette" of hist week
5S?5- Ofpmaty r.,uri .n* Vale,dated the
I'thilayof Aupist. im». the uii.tcrsj,,,,,',! Ri,»
SH A']niii.iKtrator of the (roods, chiutt'ls
»n.l credits of the above named Thomas W
I alt r«on de,.-eH.sed. AH persons harim- chums
gainst the estate ,,f ..lia ,t,,,,Ilwd \ro rc.
quested to send in .«_,., duly verilled   to the
•'"■-  l«»;an<l all persons imlebted lo thT
*"■ ■wiuesled to remit the amaun
ttstttt;:::,^^^^
wood, i-jipital. $80,000 : The Josie Cop.: er is changing f,*, the hetter and ,. "l thb '**"* Lla'rof AuK*""- '^-
tfgmm, *™t  tmrnm, capita'.,   re u, fi „Xlk * much^Clj trnJ^WSSSSU
1 Kamlootis, B. C. I'"'" lii*in. t of Vale.
Sink", liarlm**'1 lte)
ne-*»l atlentlnn j-  s
nem lv  the -um:-" ",
lai'k of ilisinlis ::■'■-
dda-wnCRIOUM
»»4C€*K
C'RKOI.IN.s a pro   J
safe dMaftetaat  It b       '
ami tbat is om* of the r-a-
in such (lenwiid. Deali
bolicocid isfn-'jin'"
In addilion toils «*'  '•    *
infectanu 0WC0UN  ■■  '     -
deodoriJter for lhe-J-'s J"'
home remedy for tan ■
hurls ; and smrful ll;
ln« skin lileiiiistns.il ■'■ i«"
ot animals.
nixitfuw
Three table .i"" '■ ■'•
mixed with iik'Kli'i'i
good disliifeelant.
MILLER BR<
DRUGGISTS and
ORBBN-VO'
'tt "  A. Hnrris to Willi
 *  Big   Thioiil'-r,
for   the    Week     EndingBeardsleytoUyfl
Kiiiiki
i teit'.th,.
Austust3*s'.-I*99*
UlNKB-U-UX-V*""**8-
U(it st 25. fc»| JlimnK Couiiun*™™
[I Fraction, Providence camp, [    pjgj <■„,„,',,.  ;|[ .^
DoiikIiw-^     ,.        n«_,„_~wi: ■••r to the Kiitik.tk.-.- i,
>,•„■    Fraction,   G*feen**o«l!Minin!?ra|nt).uM.
LLU-i-iii
I;. L. EH.ii>***,        ___^^__i
feior, Ung L»ke cump, I. H.
lot August, Copper creek, Louis
|te.
APOUfiT. 28.
stic, Deadwood camp, P. W.
jj, Deadwood camp. P. W.Quiti-
1*1 Maud, Deadwood camp. J. J.
tv.
»tor.  Providence camp,   John
dstock. Providence camp, John
Ion Fraction, Greenwood oamp,
-..'iiipeey.
|r, Providence camp, Alex. Doug-
apochtSS.
wnobile, Meyers   creek, R. A.
j*rm>r, Deadwood camp. L. John-
jul Oie Uifstad.
Frartion,   Long Lake, camp,
n Rowe.
axd,-. North of Lost creek .Joseph
AUOC8T :*>x
s ■! th of Lost creek, Joseph
,  ... Meyers creek, Ed.  B.
■ .. ial, Meyers creek, Bd. B,
Canadian, all i .^^^^^^^^^^
land tothe K,u>k -.
Mining Company.
August 31.
little Widow, Felix Hughes to Id
li. Thompson.
AHVMMiNMKNT**.
Aug eta
Bxpositioi . Frai   - I   3
Three Macs I     rfesJ.M  Arthur.
 .e.	
Applications  for  Certificates  of
ImproN ements.
Nott  - thk weel
AtlVAM'K -il •:-
Orsfl
Radja aod  Radja Fraction. Camp
McKinney.
Ecuador. Camp McKinney,
Buekior, dmi Pentid
Weh Foot, Krnget mountain.
Oro Fino and  Independence, Pan**
view.
Paymaster, Bank of England, 8w-
iiuiiiiiy aodAn&cond i. Grab un.sunp.
11.   K .   i ES,   : '!'• »p.
; tation,
-' '      m md Cigars,
FirBt-OaasSt ihiinj
ARMSTRONG   B.C.
McMj
COU,
Camp M' K:
'RO
Judge.
Regis*
OMMLSSION-
Mynn,
s   .
Columbia.
We
Print
On good paper,
■asm *
Live in Midway where there bill ^6   M    tfl6 ITlOSt
olt'iiiy of room   for  recitation,    "/;'!*;
level ground for out-door' sports, j C$£3    f_f\f\rf\\.(Afi    ctvlp
good roads  for riding,  driving Jsjigi    ar"' u'cu    *3«-7'V
and cycling, and at t h** river ti-ili    "rttzzJ
log  in  season   jind  skating  in   *W ';';■ ____^__^_.
JZ-_rna_.-rit.to #|   LETTER HEADS
Th; Midway Company, Ltd. tti. i   BIL L H E A D S
■_________^
To Enjoy life...
m
X-L'tt-$i
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ig
Fairview
-^   NOTE HEADS
H   ENVELOPES
•r/'Sj      CT \ TC \f IZ MTC
ii
AND
All mi,
....* Wintc
Camp McKinney.
Free .Miners' Certificate Fee*.
The following  -sate will show the
r r.tmncATtm of work. Ifws l" ,H' char»?ed r' " '
August 25. t____»«wwta|
Hit Elliot etal. ye_r:Urt     lies sued
la. k, Harry Nash and Geo J lst'"■■''• 18th, SS:   between Jan
.tt. ! and Julv ikh. .**'.7."i: between July "ti
|. hv Ceo Rusnbwgeretal.        faIMl olt'h% &.& . Mwet.n  Jll!v i-th
j Fair Fraction, Geo. R. .Na-;     , .       , ,.,,   .,, .„    ,  .
_   , and Amra-t llth. $!.:_: between   V i-
___■
August 28. I      ...7.       . ,      ..v!**^.—
don, D. A. Holbrook.
August 28.
Rohert Wood.
ing >tJir Fraction, Stephe
Fraction, J. P. O'Rourke.
'ii Vnton Pootman.
AIOC8T 3).
roadack, M. H  Kan,-.
\flit*ST*il.
th'Tii. I". Scott (Jalloway.
b»t Bu ket, J. Klnutan.
n p .Uctvjnn-   .
'   J  K  ____________
DISTRICT < OB0KKR-
Di R U Jakes,M \K CM.Coronet
. Kiver md Grand Forks
Mining Divisions.
REGISTRY OF MARRIAGES-
VVtu (' M Mym . Reg strar.
PDBLRi SCHOOL-
BOUND Sv" 'ciU^K^ LICENCE hiU*" 5 "^^ fP0m FilipvieW*
Commencing August Ist Hall's
stage carrying H. M. mails will
connect with Snodgrass & Sons'
stage line, daily, at the "Sand-
•ptember IOUi ami Ox
i.r.xx... 'J    n.f   A ..-    K»l
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Midw
uurh,
PDBLH
K-rbv.
NOTIC
ind TWCole- -
' immissioners. t
ft Licence In-!
NOTICE.
N°S
M Leod.W
|>TK*K Is herein; given that *ixty daf?
• tr. wil! ipply to th-Chief Com-
ind** ud w.Vi-i* Vkft-ria B C.
s^noatod . es d tttt neUoo d
-■ toA \ '*: a- "'.■ rii er coatn_ec<rfog
j>):nt where K(h.-«_ creek empties into
rfver-iwiexteuding ;hi:ty uiUesopssud
STATEMENTS
POSTERS
a™   BUSINESS CARDS
g^   CALLING CARDS
ff   BLANK FORMS
/iriS of any kind.
iB_Hla_—HB_K^_
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BILL OF SALE
______!   i^^^^i^__________i^__________,________i
;&§* forms for Mineral Claims
|i SURVEYOR'S
m •>■ affidavit forms fcr field
•2@ notes, etc.. etc.
m
tomarn BLl'F.     FISUEU.   | J~?iK __________________t_l
« Greenwood July I. tm IM A Tpial 0rdep   ^^^
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--.;•. ■>} Address :—
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Felwuai | 12th, 4
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TRASS tT.BS.
ACOU8T '£>. U
^h.iiii. all inlerest, J. I., (inr-  between Api    Ah and 25th, T" "^^
n«Um and Wellinj^tou Ni«. 'Z. between   K\ Mav     '-.■ '*
>t.r«.t, Frank Kizer to William Mnts . beUruwi May I4tti and 3tet, S
Hjirri*.   • • .....
.■.Ills. Miiwiy
$10 REWARD
THE MIDWAY O.U.T
K. Jacobs, .igvr
Midway, R C. July list. BCD.
m
TKe ^dVar\ce,
MI DWAY. a C
WAY ' O.LTIV
'_ Jacobs. Agent.
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HI DWAY, B. C.
Beautifully situated at the ccctora ef Eoncdspy Creek aud Kettle River.
iLL DL l~'ie most important railway town 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
Creek  Districts.
The distributing   point for   Upper   Kettle  River,  West   Fork  and Camp  McKinney
camps. ^^~'™^^^mmm.__________i___________.ll.lllin
fofofo
fo fo fo
fo fo fo
fo fo fo
$ foi
fit
fo
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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
M      supply and favorable sanitary conditions.
Business, residence and garden tots at tow_pfiC-8 and on easy terms...
 .   3Exn TOR MAPS. i'RIOES AXD KOI.L PAnTICULARS TO  HHH
, j F PIOOCTT, Manaoki
\ i . L»i.don & Lancashire Building.
THE MIDWAY CO., Ltd.   AgMiforBriaAcoi__N«,
Montreal, V. Q.
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thotwatmadiegoats heme ht—i hML ••at »*•-
aHetw *__rtT «__<» amy tatse. S3b&. sacs
caftmslhe uiiuw_w.fc.A_Hi steal «a_s_ A 2
shot ir»_«r hats jagg crrrtA,
Our fine let of Groceries mmmmmgimmt^,
osamKmtJDstam-txf bests. Ah* tnssm »__■ tarn
Miners" Supplies *     -- -■
ifce__ftoi_a Armftorme _£.__ Flamjoakm
HAIN & CO..
AT THE OLD STAN!
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