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■IDWAY. BRITISH C0LUM1H. IOSDaY. MARCH 19.   '.WC.
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 : DENTIST.
BLOCS
Now is the Time
t" buv \ ■ fars, winter dry
ijocxL and  ci thing, heavy   and
medium gent.*,' furnishings. We have taken
stock and Bad   di tf ..ist year's business warrants us to reduce the pace on aU the above
articles and  *e   .ner our patrons bargains in all.
There are quite a tew remnants in plain and fancy _B_
and satins as well as fas g>>?ds. which we wish to
clear.     This week we wi'.i show ladies white
wear in cherr.jjses,   Hghtgons,  skirts and
draw*rr^. aad ■wfcr a special sale ot
ihes mmnim imt wmtk oi
JANUARY.
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DOMINION NOUS.
WOVIMCUl S£*>.
»>&  NO iLS.
A $2 000 Tempi* for Odd Pel- Xo Ereet i bt? Saw sm.--A Vol- hr_riotk  "ind iMBtiBg ::.-
lows Big Fire in Nova
Secua.— Duoreed ner
Soldier Husbani
ante*;* Company for Trail.-
Kiiied in i Snow slide.
tx i Fnrtkt Train. -   *.«   Im*   *   FmstatoruW*   * tddint.     I***.***
F«Mtj.t B«_^e    Traffic *»«  »   t******   ►*">«   »'   v"-
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rhe l_<th  Ml T_*   S-mjoo    -Tnk>io*'    M .ir*-
Mi. ii- rr; B Reeve, pmrrd 'r»ffl.j "H it'.ntf iwniT |M—J K-*l_*i ia :i»*
•__n«'r-!:   ..f Ul- C.exn.1 fruit R»U»»f p..***. Sb—M » new   - |   '• .arw*-!
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\mm\ethemuty ymamwthtbammai     two mi!lu.i*__e  tara-wruwo   from
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fl. nORAN. PROPRIETOR.
A -;ew bti*M;njT. we!! famished Everyihmj new
aad tirst-clts*. Or,'.;, the thoice*: Wines. Liqjor;
and Cigars kept in stock. Keadqaarten for Mining
and Commercial Men.
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SATISFACT10I OR fOUH MOSEY BACK.
We solicit your trade on this basis.
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option of Uie subscriber.
Advertising lui«. sent on application.
Tbough Hi.- coluuim of TDK .\hv.ixi*e arc
tlwari open for the dlamssion of matter* of
public. Interest and importance, we do not tie.--
neM.Lrtlycndorsoanj' it the opinions expressed.
Corroijjoudcnc* ofa penonal nature will not be
puUiahed.
MONDAY. MAlrt'H 19. 1900.
The Tninnfo "World" thus ri'frrs In
one nsp**cr nf British ("nliiinliiii poiiiirs:
In thi* whole muddle the Lieute-mnt
Wiirernor hns l>**en brought conspicuously into contempt, und his release
Iriin .iflk-e wnuld lie uliiiiit the mosl
pnfmlur move thu Government at, Ot*
lawn 1'iiiilif miike in connection wilh
Brit Mi Cnluinliin Ht the present time.
Tie inconvenif nee nf having a nonresident (Jold Commissioner for the
Kettle River and Grand Forks MiniiiK
Divisions has it length been removed
by giving the Mining Reioiiiers for
Ihese divisions power to perform th>-
duties nsimlly perUiining to the office
nf Gold Commissioner, Thia concession
to the re.isiiiible requirements of those
connected **rith mining in the Boundary country should hnve been made
long since, but lietter late than never.
We publish to-day the i-esolutions
adopted at the Liberal-Conservative
convention held at Nelson last Friday.
It "ill he seen that the adoption of
Dominion party lines in Provincial
politics was favored and tbat the
other resolutions passed deal with
matters of local as well as general im.
portance. It was evident that Con'
terratives in the Coast cities were
much interested m the decision of tbis
convention upon tbe party lines
question, for Mr. Alex. Lucas. Provincial organizer, was present and the
result of the vote upon tbis question
was at once telegraphed to the coast.
The Kamloops City Council has re
■ponded lo an application from the
Mining Committee of the Kamloops
Boaid of Trade for a giant in aid of
renting a room for the exhibition of
mineral specimens, hy voting 825.00
towards the mineral exhibit and $2 per
month to cover lighting expenses. The
Councils of Greenwood and Grand
Forks might, by more liberal appro"
priations for similar exhibits in their
respective towns, dn the mining industry nf the Boundary country material
service. The Phoenix Hoard of Trade
would probably follow suit and in due
time Midway would doubtless do its
part in so good a wnrk.
ing loaiscuss the present situation In
Provincial politics and io appoint del*
egaket to attend a LiherHl-Coiitiervative
convention at Nelson un Friday Nth
init, Mr. Clive Pringle was chairman.
The questirio of party lines was considered aod a motion adverse to their
adoption was submitted, but eventually an amendment "that in Ihe opinion of this nieeling the forthcoming
Provincial election! should be conducted on party lines" was carried, with
only one hand held up against It. Delegates representative of Greenwood,
Midway, Phoenix and Gbolt were appointed to go to Nelson and the meet
ing tben adjourned.
Liberal-Conservative Convention.
Commenting on the rumor that in
Ihe event of the dismissal of Governor
Mclnnes, Mr. Hewitt Bostock M. P.
for Yale-O.irilHio, wnuld probably be
appointed to the euliernaiorial chair.
the Nelson "Miner' says: "It would
he a ivelriiiiie exchange. Mr. Mclnnes
Is no itood ns Governor, and we would
lose nothing by getting rid of him.
Mr. Bostock is no gond as a member,
buL he would make a safe and eminently ie.peetalile Lieutenant-Governor.
It is said the rumor comes from Ottawa, anil although burdened witb a
large-sized contingency let ns hope it
is true. The favor with which Mr.
Bnstock is regarded, however, will
fount, for nothing until Mr. Mclnnes
Is dismissed. And ihere is no certainty th it this will happen. * * * Mr.Bos-
tork's succession is resting on slender
threads that are liable to be broken:
hut it would lie a pleasure, and above
all a relief, if it were assured.
We give in another column particulars of the assessment roll values for
the Rock Creek Division— which includes the whole Boundary country—
of Vale District. Those of our readers
who are interested may examine for
themselves the details so we restrict
our comment thereon to directing at
tention to the marked increase in the
total amount of taxes collectible by
the Provincial Government. For the
year 1.VJ0 the amount was $8,092.04 if
paid liefore July 1st, or $8,894 _H if paid
on or after lhat date. For 19UIJ the
corp'spniiding amounts are (3,603
anu $11,510.25 respectively. The increase in the amount of revenue derivable from this source is therefore
nearly •£)%. To this must be added
the poll tax and the mining receipts
and court fees of the whole Boundary
district- the total amount collected from these sources at Midway
alone for 1899 was $22,101.78- which
abonld show a proportionate increase
this year. From these figures an idea
will be obtained of the amount of
revenue the Provincial Government
may look for from this district for the
coming year irrespective of receipts
from Crown land pre-emptions.
Not of One Mind.
It is stated that the Phoenix Liberal
Association has passed a r**soliitioii
favoring Dominion party lines in the
forthcoming Provincial election. On
the other hand the Greenwood Liberals
are reported to have resolved that "at
the present time they deem it inadvis
able to bold a district convention for
the purpose of nominating a Liberal
candidate to contest the constituency
at tha .'.jijin_*liing elections."
A boat 40 delegates from Nelsnn,
Rossland, Slocan, Ymir, Trull and the
Boundary district attended theLiherul.
Conservative convention held at Nelson
last Friday, 10th insl. Dr. Lowes, of
Rossland. was chairman and Mr. G. A.
Stewart Potta of Greenwood, secretary. Tbe delegates from the Bouudary district present were Messrs. H. 0.
Shaw, H. T. Wilgress, Clive Pringle.
George _. Stewart Potts and James
Ken, Greenwood j W. II, Cochrane,
Pboenix ; A. W. Ross, Columbia, and
K. Askew, Grand Forks.
During the proceedings, which were
marked by much enthusiasm and
unanimity, the following resolutions
were passed:
"That tbe origin of the Liberal-Con
servative party may he traced to a
crisis in the history of the country
which necessitated an union of the
best men uf both parties for tbe unifica
tion and progress of the Dominion of
Canada. A serious crisis exists in the
Province of British Columbia at the
present time. The principles of Lib
eral-Conservatives contain the only
mmed) for one man government, sectionalism and the undue influence of
political adventurers. Therefore be it
resolved: That in the opinion of this
meeting the forthcoming Provincial
elections he conducted upon party
lines, tbe Liberal-Conservative party
relying not solely upon party affiliation
in Federal politics but also upon the
broad principles of Liberal Censer
vatism which will remedy the violent
abuses of government in thisProvince."
"Tbat in the opinion of this meeting
there should be a redistribution of
of seats throughout the Province upon
a fair and equitable basis, and an im
mediate remedy hy special legislation
for tbe glaring anomaly in the representation of Rossland riding of West
Kootenay by giving a member to the
Boundary district."
"That this convention deprecates
the existing disputes between Ial mi- and
capital, and suggests that it will he the
vocation of the government to carefully investigate the working of laws
dealing with the industrial conditions,
and general regulations hetween labor
and capital in the Province, keeping
in view the main object of government, tbe prosperity of the country
and the well-being of its citizens."
"That tbis convention approves of
f he establishment of Employes' Relief
Funds, under proper safeguards, for
the benefit of workingmen employed
in the mines, to be contributed to by
the workmen, the employers and
the Government. Such relief funds to
be administered jointly by trustees
appointed by the workmen, the em
plovers and tbe Government, and to
provide medical aid, and afford relief
in cases of accident, sickness or death."
"That as mining is the mosl important industry in the Province our representatives should favor legislation
fostering mining and protecting it
against undue discrimination as compared with other industries and particularly in the following:
"I. That increased fees upon the
recording of claims and obtaining of
Crown grants should not he imposed.
"2. That taxation upon mining
should be placed upon net income not
as at present upon gross output and
capital invested.
"3. That a proper distribution of the
revenues derived from the mining
districts should be made in furthering
tbe construction of railroads, roads,
trails and bridges in undeveloped mining districts.
"4. Tbat the efficiency of the mining bureau, which has already heen an
effective advertisement of the Province, should be increased by the compilation and publication of monthly
returns of mineral output, and by the
advertisement of the Province hy
means of lectures, press advertising and ore exhibits under the
direction of an energetic agent in
London.
"5. That Id these and all respects
affecting the mining interests of the
Province our representatives should
act together for the lietter furthering
and protection of tbe mining industry
than heretofore."
"That this convention express its
confidence in Mr. Charles Wilson.Q.C,
the leader of the Liberal-Conservative
party in British Columbia, and pledges
him it* heartiest support."
The meeting closed with cheers for
the Queen and for Mr.Wilson.
XAHCH 12.
Granite, fraction. Camp McKinney,!
A. Mueller.
Garnet, Smith's camp, D. A. Hoi*
brook.
Falls, Smith's camp, M A. Holhrook.
Buller and Roberts, Rock Oreek.
Win. Chrlsbolm aud Andrew McKay.
Bellevue and Medan, Camp McKinney, Donald A. Ross.
march 13.
Four Paw, Greenwood camp, Adolph
Sei-en and Robert Barrow.
Arlington, Greenwood camp, Andrew Jackson.
Silver Bow, Kimberly camp, Kdward
Myers.
MARCH 14.
Beaver. Kimlierly camp Edward
Pope anil John KHier.
Annie, fraction. Camp McKinney,
Thomas Gui ham.
CKRTIFICATKS OP   WORK.
MARCH   12.
Hiawatha, Wm. Younkin.
MARCH 13.
(iicai Uesper. J. M, II. Fairlmiru.
Cape Giraile.ui, James Kerr.
MARCH 14.
Monte Grande, J. E. Boss.
Big Monte, Monte Keen, Monte Bra.
vo and Keenlowe, Randolph Stuart.
Regina, James Copland.
MARCH 15.
First Chance (2 years) aud Uncle
Sum, W. McDonald.
Peacock, (2 years) Edward H. Mor.
timer.
Acme, J. A. Dalander.
Boston, (3 years) Sydney M. Johnson.
MARCH Hi.
Agnes,(4 years) George Foulds.
MARCH 19.
Blue Jay. C. B. Basb.
Triangle' fraction, C. K. Betts et al
Evening, Archie dinners.
TRANSFERS.
MARCH 9.
Triangle, fraction, all interest, C.
Scott Galloway to Louis I. Oslroski.
Tip Top and Triangle, fraction, al|
interest, Louis I. Oslroski to Jay P.
Graves.
MARCH 10.
Clipper, all inlerest, Alexander Shannon and A. E. Petlitl to James F. Williams.
MARCH 12.
Homes take, j interest, John Bush to
Francis Stedmao.
Velvet and Bouudary Star, i interest each, Thomas Keurne to Sydney M. Johnson.
MARCH 13.
Black Jack, Young George and Charlotte, } interest each, James V.
Welsh to Francis   Joseph   Finucane.
Silver Bow, } interest, Edward Myers to J. W. Bui 11 off.
MARCH 14.
Aldergrove, all interest, H. K. Eliott
to George A. Guess.
Monte Cristo, all  inlerest,  Brace
Craddock to George Henderson.
MARCH 15
Evening. J interest. Archie Conner*
lo William T. Smith.
Butcher Boy, No. 3, No. 4 and Cape
Giradeau 316 interest each and (ileal
Hopes,; i interest, James Kerr lo B. D.
Kerr.
No. 3, _ interest, James Dale to
James Kerr,
Valentine, J interest, K. D. Kerr to
James Kerr.
Valentine, } interest, R. D. Kerr to
Mary Munio.
Lauiaand Christina, , interest. Ja*.
F. Williams to Annie Kiaser.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENT
MARCH 13,
Crescent, Charles Sweeney.
ABANDONMENTS.
MARCH 13.
Eldorado, C. L. Tliomet.
MARCH 16.
Monteray, Peier Fl'itcber.
MARCH 19.
Eagle. C. B. Basb,
Pipes,
Cigars
AND
Cigarettes
-NOVELS-
J J. UNSWORTH,
DRUQQIST
MIDWAY - B. C.
Is now on deck with a complete stock of
General Merchandise, Men's Clothing, Boots,
Shoes and Rubber Goods.
Call and  convince Yourself.   ;  Special
ol 26 per cent, off Ladiee' Hats for lije next ai >
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT— Mrs. L R. Terry In charge.
scour.
C. F. COSTERTON
CROWELL'S HOTEL
£ S.A.
K7
9*Wtmm9999999«otm
, CROWEU., Proprietor. s.v*nti, stmt, mw»,,,. n. r.
Otie Block West ot Recorder'. (*_,
OtH'h
VKRNOJf a c
NOTARY PUBLIC.
The Hoyal Ikspranck Coy.
Thb London and Lancashire Fire
in8drancb coy.
The Insurance Coy. of North
America.
The London and Canadian Fire
Insurance Coy.
The Sun Lifb Ami*ranch Coy or
Canada.
The Dominion Brrcmixo and Loan
Association.
Appraiser for the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy
'T'HIS is a new building hard finished all thnn
furnished in first class style.   The dining room !
is supplied with the best en the market.   The   bar jn J
connection    is    run     by    Mr.   W. J. FRANCIS
late of Cascade City, and has a choice stock of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars.    :   :   :   ;
Patronage of the Public is Solicited and Satisfaction it Guaranteed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In tbe in uier ot Uw estate ot Alexander
Wallace. late of Bearer Creek, lo the
County of Yale, llritiifh Columbia. Kree
Miner, deceased.
NOTK'K is hereby given pursuant Io the
"Revised .Statute* of Ilritinb Columbia.
IS<7, Chapter 187," lh-u all crediton aud otheni
having claims against the estate .of tbe said
Alexander Wallace *rho died on or about the
Mb day of February Wo. are required on or
before Ihe l.iih day of April I9UB to aend to ibe
undersigned, solicitor" for Edwin Jacobs and
J. V. McLeod. the ctecntots named In the laat
will aod testa-Bent of sa_ deceased, their
names, addresses snd description!: and tbe full
particulars of tbeir respective claims duly
verified by statutory declaration.
.Aud further take notice lhat after said last
*nenM»ut*i! _.<„ th.. .<*i<l executor* will proceed
tn distribute Ibe assets of the deceased-
The Riverside Hotel,
I* situated at Rock Creek, B.C., on   the main rout* ot   trave
lietween Penticton -.nd all Boundary Creek point*.   Stopping
place ior stages.
Good Pishing -:- Good Hunting -:- Bestof Accommodation
the parties entitled thereto, having regard only
tothe claims uf which they shall then bare
notice, and thai lhe said executors will nol he
liable for tb* said assets or auy part thereof
to any person or persons of whose claims
notice shall not hare been received by tbem at
tbe time of such distribution.
Dated at Oreenwood, B. C. this «tb day of
February. ITO.
HAIXBTT k SHAW.
Solicitors for said Executors.
R. H. PARKINSON,
Provincial Land Surveyor.
Architect and
Civil Engineer...
Financial,
Real Estate,
Insurance and
Mining Agent
4MMOTABY    PVBlelCAbm
t ail view Towiwlte Agent.
Practical House and Carriage
PAINTING
Paper Hanging, Graining and Sign Painting. AlsoKalsomining
and all Mods of Decorative Work executed by
E. Nash J Co., Midway and Greenwood City.
E8-ABLUMIWD  1883.
MAINLAND NURSERY COMPANY
LADNER'S.   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA       th*,
Our
Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT  AND ORXAMKXTAL TKKES,   PLANTS AND VINES
Send for Free Catalogue.   [   E. Hutcherson, Manager.
... sonatas...
B. H. PABKIS80N,
r iirvisw. _ a
Coi*i***pond«*nc-» Solicited.
((•
Application*  for Certificates of
Improvement*.
Notic-s advertised in thia week's
Advance are those of :—
Oreen Mountain, Black and Alfred,
in Oreen Mountain camp, Keremeos
Creek.
California, Kruger Mountain.
Ml
lhe "Dear Little Shamrock."
A Montreal pros despatch dated
March 15. says :—A famine of shamrock* is threatened in Eastern Canada,
owing to the expected rush on St.
Patrick's Day, due to tbe unusual
prominence the Queen contemplates
giving that day. ln Toronto Ihe little
emblem, which in former years sold
for 10 or 15 cents per pot, is being sold
for 59 cents a pot, and the city florists are expei iencing much difficulty in
filling orders received already. The
demand, they declare, is unprecedented.
Gommepeial Job Printing.
AT "THE ADVANCE."
A quantity of good seed
potatoes for sale. Stock
new to the district and
grown without Irrigation.
FAIRVIEW - HOTEL =3
up
Commercial and Mining men should put
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
GOOD flCGOMMODATION. EVERYTHING EXCELLENT
Qeo ti. Skeekar*
proprietor
For ppiees apply to...
W. H. NORRIS,
MIDWAY.
A few tons of carrot* also on hand.
ARMSTRONG HOTEL
H. KEYES, Prop.
Oood Accommodation,
Bes, Liquors and Cigars.
First-Claa* 8tabling.
ARM8TRONQ B.C.
Lancashire House,
MIDWAY, B.C.
 ®	
The undersigned having taken thi-i well-
known and comfortable hotel invires the
patronage of all old customers and the public
generally.
BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Furnace-heated and comfortably
fnriilnhi**!   rooms.
FIRST CLASS MEALS  WELL SERVED.
Thos. D, Banbury, Proprietor. gpb in*t waa the last day
ii for trout.
'. R. A. Matthes, huirher, nf Mid-
baa hMnou lhe nick list fnr a day
IWfetl jBnnd 30 (treenwund pen*
ojnjti lbe pure air of Midway
ttdoff.
a et the Midway  section   men
tdbia ankle whilst  working on
(Iway In-day.
'•       Hipiittlas last week expres-
jtt his intention of shortly
f(i.llid»viiy in live.
jilr. tailor, haa removed
id lo Midway and star-
on Fifth street.
Miner" announces
iged hands, Mr. W. S.
g editor and manager-
(judge Spinks will hold a
unty Court of Yale at
Wednesday. 28ih Inst,
orris advertises in an*
that he has for sale some
toes new to the district
ithnut irrigation.
I. B Monroe, of Greenwood,
lira imi" in a critical con |
ll Inflammatory rheumatism.
imtmtOllteA to he recovering.
|tate*itinn hlank* for the use nf
tigesimOsof having their names
01 on th« VntH-s'list can he ob-
id at this nffim or from Mr. Hugh
n
• MMwav Pniilic Scho.,1 huilding
WHoVated and paint»d   last week
'bum  d*sks   weie   substituted  for
d ones.     To-diiv's    Attendance
ut 40 gehola rs.
Biiw. are  putttne in  a
undnry   Fulls.   A ganir
this iiiornini? to  set up
wer boiler until recent'V
nil Dog tunnel.
Thnninson's 3 arre uar-
fiancashlre Hon**, Mid-
rented Vv some Ohfna*
Irciidv preparing it   for
pm pose*.
•arson,   whn some time
d Hv. Midwav town lots,
h list week on bi« return
itiilkatm-en.   which place
yet he a flourishing tnwn.
&K<*n«te.   having hnnghi
_Blt   <n  fl   ranch adjoining
John   Kast,   on  Ingrim
ring in make goml Use of
the season now
aiuniweir*. Hotel, TBeir guests included Mr. and Mr*. .1. It. Jacobs, of
Midway, and Me<«r*. J. Krlich, A. H.
Kp-rry, Byrne and Williams, of Oreen-
wood,
Mr. J. 8. Harrison last week came
down frnm Wesl Bridge, just above
the junction of the West Fork and
Main Kettle Kiver. He holds very
pronounced opinions upon the subject of ihs *«pehdltuie of public money* on road and hridge construction in
the iieigbiuirhoori in  which he lives.
i.Miiiiiy.iii Wiunifieil, set'oiid d-itigh
let of il'. It. II, M Rliii..u(>vl|o uitiiiv
Jeiii-snv.. i-anic ti, hi- province fn.ii j
Numb i.lia and.nier a I .ng n-slil-iu*
hi Blaine, settled at lireenw.H-il in
1807), was celehraled in 111" Second
Buptist Church, Blaine, Wash., on
Monday evening laat, hy the Kev. H.
D. Kevins, of Tan mm.
The  church  was  very   lieautifully
decorated and a  Iai*,-   umgii-gaiiui.
whs present to witness the Ceremony.
As the hiidal parly anind ibe organ
He think* lhat much  innney is lieing j9t p|ayiid the Bm note* nf  Mendrls-
ne"dlessly    expended on   the hridge. jMhu,6 ..*,Vedaing March," the strains
is  being btilll   In  the  wrong L- wnich  Rm lhe UuMwf, HS ,ht.
and ihat much 1-etter results j ,ir]de and ,,,., suite pHP.„.d „p ,he mi.
prospecior's   point   of   •»!•»»'| ira|_j»ie.   The hi ide mi ed on ihe aim
f Mr. George Terry i   a liu  gave hei
away, und   was  supp. i- ed   by   iln—
Caldwell, Mi-> Kilirh Jackson and Mis*
Wadhams, sister uf lhe ginnm,  while
i Miss Nellie McElnion niiei.ded her she
{ter  as maid of hun»r.   Mr. Uii hard
lib reported lhat Messrs. Snodgt*a»s.S(,jnki of  Vancouvei, supported ihe
&8oiu contemplate  running Aftage ^...mma. lies. nun,
line  Into tbe   Himi'k.n.ee,,  country,;    Al the eom.|usi„n of  the ceremony
making Midway iheir eastern termi- ,h(. rMln I(Hr|y 8djlll)l „,.,* ,0,be resl:
nus.   Should   they   do  so ihey   «"l jdence of Mr.B.A. Wadhams, where th
hardly he ahle tn start It until late in ; elding breakfast Was served, and nn
the .pring.  The opening of the ra'l*|Tllf,d     uorninRMr|ll.d j,,,   A   E
way to Greenwood took away   mail, j Wadh.m. left on a bridal luu, through
California.
—• ,*. - ■—>
which
place,
from   a
should have   heen   obtained   from so
comparatively large an outlay of moD-'
eyonlhenad. which fails utterly lo i
be of service for those most needing \t. ,\
viz, those developing mineral claims In
the neigh hot hood of Beaver Creek,
and musl of the passenger (raffle of
their stage line Let wren that town
and Grand Porks nnd ll will not be
many weeks liefore the railway will he
opened to Midway, so ihnt. a similar
result may he expected io soon follow,
thus again curtailing their rout* at its
eastern end. L'nder these circumstances it is hut natural that attention
shnuld tie turned in ihe districl that is
heing developed farther west.
 ►-*-♦	
MININfJ NOTES.
Messrs. A. Honper and W. McCor-
mick are sanguine that anoi her assess-1 ,
ment will result in a good showing lieing made nn the Mendocino claim,
which Is sililale on Mr. Hopper's
ranch, near Midway.
The Toronto "Mail and Empire" ofa
recent date, says : Fairview Corporation, which has heen dormant for some
lime is aeain exhibiting signs of life.
There has been quite a scrauihle among
the brokers for the stork, with very
little offerihg under Hve cents.
iiiie'iMS enlivened in annual sessioii|
mi ihe mnnilug nf Sth iin-l. under the,
nreMil. ury i ■', Mi. (Sen, E I'Mlinninhd.'
flic mi,ii i,f jjiJI .xn* voted ' •■' he Can-
Elian I'Alrlniii Filmland certain amend, j
ments Bffet'ting uieniliership in the or.
ganiiallon were Introduced* The sec-
reiarv rend a ileialled teport fiom the
various Provinces, which in snlistance
showed the total lulneral production
for ihis year lo lie, approximate!v. $18,*
nu).ouu fniiii the Yukon, $12uun.OOO
frnm Bnii-li Culumhlii, #5,000,000
fron, Oni aiio, (3,01*1,000 from Queliec,
■md 18,000.000 from Nova Scotia or a
mini of nenrly $7(1.001) ICO as compared
•villi SjS,«)(J,0UHju.i year.
Balloting for election of ibe ensuing
year's officers resulted hs follow«|
President Mr. S, 8. Fowler, M. E., Nel.
son. B. 0.| Viie-l'iesidenis, Messrs,
I'hailesFeigie, M. R,, Westvillei N. S.,
nnd .luu-. McArihiir, Snd' ury, Ollti|
.Secretary, Mr. B.T. A. Bell. 0'Uwa;
Tieasuier, Mi,.I, Stevenson Brown,
Monireali Coili't il, fiom Htillh Oollllll
hia, Messrs, K. II. Kil'i.y and Bernard
Mitcdiiiinldi I uiii of Rnssiand I fnun
Ontario. .Messrs, K. G. McCniiiiell and
Major II. t). Leckie i frnm Quebec,
Messrs. J, F. Leu is and J. B, Smith :
fromNovaScotia. Messrs. ti. F, Mac*
Naught on and H. 8i Poole,
uim i bi\
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO,
CANADA.
D. L Bakcklav.
J. A. Hakkis.
BARCKLAY 4 HARRIS,
Livery and  Feed Stables,
__AND-
T »..__■. Iff S-F-ESK,
LINE.
-Midway, B. C.
piupf-A during
ni*mM
xe Utittei
Pehnwry
■riprtwAr'
edb»t»*>
l*_»|jj|»«e,
Pfthe Bl in1 'i   an
v "Mining
attains an Interi
•ie on Midway
• w* of the town
il,«r isa go.td oc
I awav io fiienils
Standatd
Oood New* for Fairview.
The Toronto "World" saidi   under
date Marcb 9th :-
The new activity in Fairview  Cor*
|x.ration and the sunill rise in   that
^t(lck which has oecuired during the
past two days, is due to the fact that a
ileal is understood to have heen  completed for the securing of ample funds
for the company.   As has heen before
suicd, the corporation's chief   property, the Stem Jeinder, is a very exten
low-grade proposition.   A great
aiiiouiit of development work has been I
done upon it and  mining   engineers
h.ive   reported  tbat there is enough
ure hlocked out in the mine lo keep
from UU to 100 stamps going for two nr
three years.   It is understmxl that the
ore runs on an average sit a ton. and
that the cost of mining and milling,
if done on a large scale, can lie brought
down to if'Jix ton, which would leave a
profit of £i a ton.
-    The hig plant lately installed at tha i   Notwithstanding    these    favorable
Sunset   mine,    Deftdwood rahip, was i conditions, the mine has heen closed
List Wednesday formally started  hv down for several months owing to ex-
Mr.  F.J.  Kinucati". manager of tbeli.iintion of treasury funds,   Mr. Riqh-
..  (ireenwood branch  of  the   Bank of ai-d Russell, managing director of the
Montreal, who christened lbe plant in 'company,   ha* been  in the east   for
the lime-honored wny by breaking ■.some time, and it is now understood
Imttle nf wine. i that he has completed arrangements
etvirted lh«' Mr C. LThntj-Pt. | for furoiahUlgtlw management with
BUSINESS LOCALS.
JOB PRlNttNli-Oel ynlir printing
done at Thb Advance office. Good
work i reasonable pricesi
JUST RECEIVED-Something neat;
in Invitation Cnhls and Ball Pm-
gruminesi at
THB ADVANCK Office.
li
de. Of
Rnssiand, secre !
1 Gulden Crown '
K_ Co . wliii ivas over visitin_ the
pi Crown nii'ie, was   mie  of th-
pifmiat last Tne-dav's meeting of i ,hH(jreenwood hranch
♦aMJonservatives at Greenwood. , }^Hn)c r,f Commerr.
Ot movement to organize a rifle
pany at Greenwood is not encour*
I hjr the atithnrities in Ottawa,
ive intimated to those actively
in the matter that it is not
ample funds. One ot the largest of the
shareholders, a Hamilton man, has
funned a syndicate, which has under
taken to advance from $<B.U0O to SK'Ji
(NO for the further equipment and op
The ii. ney
aesnys from quarljj hmken from rx
ledge which he stnni'ded acc«s during
xbe nlnier while oul tv-ar-honfing in
enllhlry hark tronx Cainp McKinnev
wiih Mr. II. A. Cameron, manager of j tr"lit,n "f t1"' P™l*rt>-
if Ihe Canadian   is to be advanced to lhe Corporation,
which in turn will give its Ha-ets ns se
......        <•    -.,   c   „ i< curity.   The money is to pay 7   pet-
On 15 th n«t. Mr. W. G. McMvnn. ' ,        '.,, ,    .    ,
.... ...       r.       j      ,   '  ,     eent. per annliui, and the nnderst iinl-
uf Midwav,   Mining  Recorder for  lhe   .      ..... a-
„    ,   „.'     „, ..,,.. ,    .  mg is thnt the syndicate Ij> ui have an
Kettlp River Mining Division received      *\ , ,«_nnn  u r.
-,.,..     ,.   _x     i. a   x • option on the 1,000,000snares of in-is
'ftlci.il advice lhat he   had   lieen   em.    * _  _., • ■      -
.,       .       .....      , r, ,.  ury stuck sli I remaining for one ^e»r
powered to perform the duties nf Gnld !     '
,ted to  at present increase ;c„m„,iminner for his division,   ft Is     ,.,     "V"W n   u   , .,     'a
force in this pmvince. „^ th„ Mr. ft R, Al_t_n_, Min-1    U " -"»thrtV "" B"nU f * J^
, , i    I,     „       a      . r.     jfL,L        some montue ago irrangeU   with   .nr.
to the prevalence  of measles  mg Recorder at Grand Forks, ha* heen _        __-i    o«ii.*n  .
._. .       a a;     a  ,    \    ■    a.       . I -.      Russell to  furnish   $I0,UIH   to   g„ on
ll, the trustees deemed it  ad-1 authorized to act in a similar ca>icitv      .... ...     . ,,
..        L1.      L    w .     ,    i.     jb   ,     ... •      e,. . ■   '   with the erection nf the stamp mill on
close the public school for a  for the Grand Forks  Mining Division,    , .   ,       .   .  ..       ,,
,, ,o _.    -■.      .j ilhe 8lemwin.ler.  hut  thai   Dier a u
nnti   19th.   The attendance     -.,     „.      ... . ,.      ___(.._ ,._,  ,.    ., „. . .    ,,
_ . w !    The King Mining Co., owning lhe; Davidson, two \ ictona  stKcdiluldem,
tl to as low as m on some  Qm  -,,„„„, m-mf   in Summit camp, iobjecteil  to    the   deal,   and    it    fei
,ut nne-th.nl   the number I,,, ho,d „„ n,n^inKrv   n,eei,ng  through.
This is largely due to the . of ,h„_hnlde„ in Rwllind  on April _^—
'c,nat,on' ; 5th to consider the advisability nf an-
red that  Mr.   Alex.   Mac- ^thnnzine I he directors lo borrow $15.-
Blue Springs,  ha*  pur | ono for the purchase of a  larger com*     Mr. C, A. H.  Lunhly, of Fairview
B. X.   Ranche   from   Mr. ' prPSSr(r and ol her plant for  the mine. I assessor  and  collector  fur   he H
ard.   The  ranche compri j which is said to la* opening np in such j Creek Division of Yale Di-tii I.
e or six thousand acres of '„ MijsfHCtoiy  manner  as to   require ! kindly  responded   to an applioil
•s- FURNITURE ->
Now is the Time to Furnish Your House.
Reeeiving new Goods Daily.
latest consignments containing
SCREENS   *   MIRRORS   ■   SHADES
CURTAIN POLES AND FIXTURES
PICTURE AND WALL MOULDINGS
REFRIGERATORS   etc.,  just arrived.
TO LET—At Midway, eight roomed i
tno sloty house, recently occu-l
pled hy Dr. Jakes, together with j
almilt two actes of land. Also new \
six-roomed cottage with fenced
land   142x150.—Apply
Tub Adva.ncb Office. !
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY STTEN
CEO TO.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. |
In Uie matter or tbi estate tf Malcolm
McCuaiK. laU  of Rock  Creek, In   the
County of Y»le.   British Columbia, de- -
emed, Initstate,
OTK'E I?  herebj giiiiii piirsuan! to tht'
|N| "Bertad Flstiit t of H'riii-ii
IS*7.1'hspier 1ST," that e!l eraHttnrt ni'i Hit. r-
luiving dalnis agairi-i il. ■ estate tt :- *x-.-
Makvlm XrCuaif! «li-> i_i PS lit a nil Uk
Ith d.-.T ol ilav. I*-'.', an- rc-nirci ..'i -it ben* u
the loi'h dnj- oi April l'.«». 11 sen-! t" tfit under
iiigiied. wo:l iJiafilr l.olial.1 Mi-l.-misn. Uicii..-
lilinistraOrof-Sid 1'cccnse.i. Ilieir liiiii.^. ftd
Anstwasa.tavseripOatux an.! lhc foil "Kirticu
Inr*. of thi-ir pj-pcciiTe claims uuij- H-ndul br
Istatntorv d»'iiMi* nl.
!    A.Nilfur.h.-rU';. uiik'I tbaiafler nM UW
tP. 2MC. CSHxllesr ^ Co.
Furniture   s   Undertaking  and  Embalming,
COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B. C,
*********9***m**9t'&*99i:eStS9*$9*-99999*ZStZS9******
I The Tpavellers Insupanes Co,,. I
| i i i i Of Hartford. Conn. J
i -rarrnnnnri
imrntioncd
pmoMd to
MUOUR thl.1
k ml o.ily I
.me notio
wH\ n_i be IbtUfl
..ivi*eo( io
■•iaHii, noti<
him tit lbe lin
Lotted m Or'
aHlti:-' TV
■ I
a
Chartered isoa.
Stock Life nnd
Accident ItiKiirunce.
ru„
Jiw
ui j .l.tujir.^iralor. i **
I
Diftrict Assessment Fl-rurr-i,
|t liottniii. bench, and range
i splendid   buildings and a
|ing orchard of 40 ot 15 acre*.
Young of  lhe  Kootenay
landard," Rossland, visited
additional machinery for iis more ad I froni Thb Advance oflice for parti.u-|
yantageous wnrk, Iloisof tbe assessment, by forwurtl.ng
The«haflonlhe .fewel mine, tying ^e following details i-
L-ike camp, is now down 3¥l feet, and [    For the year 18BB : Number nf catt;-,'
! drift ing will commence at once at  the  5582, hogs  90,  sheep   ITU,   hunn  al .
Nunilier  of   acres   as.ses.-eil     i..    -, .
Value of real property as *s», ■wl .:ii.   •
MINERAL ACT. 1896,
Certiflciite   Of   Improvement*. \
»o-*icb.
(hU^O*(.**lA Minkhal Claim.
S!tuale tn lho Osojoos Mining IMvlslon of
Vale IKilrieU   rt here located :  Kruger
i'cur.Ja..-,.
TAKi: Milt K ihat I. Chas. deBlols Greer
r.»   '-rilil  f.rlltnjumin  Anderwn   free i
*   -.-.jj-itc tie. ixrx'll. iniend .sixty dars .
.'J.-ja'.-liorf-cf.to apply to lhc Mining He-
■ rfu a certificaic nt in-proremtnts. for the
p  . ■   -.■ >.f obtaining a Crown   Gh—t of the
i-l'UUl.
. further take notice tbat action, nnder '.
■ ■ -i   V.  must  be commenced before the '
.- -...nc "I .neb certificate of improvements.
IM i >. tills llth day of March. 1901.
CHAS. DEHLOIS grekk.   ,
\f>SV't.t thallMI life Insurance
i c.iniraeis in the World. No
disappointment as W dividends.
Rveryihing guaranteed in ad-
vatlce. Preiiiiiiin rates 15 to Si
percent less than those of old
line Mutual companies.
ASSETS, . . ,
January ist, 1897,
LIABILITIES,
SURPLUS   .
$20,884.53
. . 17.920,260.19
. . 2,976,424.36
The TraVellets Combination Accident Policy guarantees foraccidenlal
Under ordiiuirv condition*.
Death Sctidlt ISOOi
Loss of Sight fff ifctll Bres .OX)
Los. of Both feet or Both Hands iow
Low of One Hand and One Part SJttt)
Permanent Total DisaMl (j- S«0
Jvoss of Riuht Hand      .      . HMO
Loss of Leg at or r.buvc- Knee   . i.io)
LoeS of  Left Hand      .    .      . l.dll
Loss of Kitlier Koot 1,000
Loss of *igbl of One Ire   .      . .06*
Lln-jits tff   Weekly  Iridcirinity S 1.300.
AND. If such injuries are sustained while- riding ;is a passenger in
any passenger conveyance using steam   r.ilile.   or   electricity as a
motive power the amount to he paid   shall UliOCBLE   tlie sum
specified in the clause tmder which the claim is made.
Cost $52 a year  to Professional  and
Ml'n.and Commercial Traveler**
Business
■ lhe flrst time last   Friday. ''fno-foot   level.   The   compressor   ha
host    favorably    impressed lhf,„n {nf,n\\o,l, «nr* js non^^ inginid run
ning order.   The sii|>eriiitendent of lhe jt» ; real property tax aV 4 6 Dl 1
[townsile   and   stated   that
jiiiationbe had received be|j^p•_-, Mr. Otlbert Mahon, intends cent. *7,813.at,alS-5 of one per
[opinion that the opening of i Kn|ng tn Repnblir, Wash., to watch $5,839.(0. Nunilier of acresof wil.1
|y a few weeks later will hen- (he insU)|ation of the new mill on the , assessed. 51S i value i»»>.Xi;
vn considerably. i Repuhlic   mine, and decide  whether ; land ux at three per cent, *2"".'."
'"•       Notice to Taxpayers.
1 •»
Mrs.   Win.
he winter in   Midway, last
ned 10 their   hillside  farm.
is. Fiauk Davis are now
|the adjoining farm. Tbe
[have    already   commenced
for Ihe year and will, as
Davis,  after | (hesame methodof irealment  can be|3| percent. $2tt&li   Value of persona!
used to advantage at  the
O.*eenwood "Miner."
Jewel.
Railway Rale* Reduced.
The Canadian Pacific Railway Ccim*
eedBe their farms  rank among ; _,,„. notjHes the puhlic of a reduction i478i tw_, 71, sUe„n a«,   11
siditcti ve in the district.
property as assessed. $121,2UiS; lax at
i of 1 per ceut. $»»).44 ; at * 1.1 i ,er
cent $t)Ut).:il. Total asst^seil Ul 1
higher  rate  $l»W.24  at.   lower   |-al<*
tsaenu.
For the yenr 1800 : fTtluihef of cattle
>r.*e.-  343,
AHrtl'SSM_8T ACT AND PROVIN-
CIAI. HKVE.ME TAX.
ftlitk t 't.i.   IllTl.Jon of tale Dlstriet
Other sums at proportionate rates J
*W* EC. _ffoi»ris, I
AGENT FOR SOl-Trf!}RN BRITISH roi DMBIA, MIDWAY B, 0.  *
_^___4_-_A*A_A__AA__A______t___7/£_;t££:____A__A_A__A_
*m ▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼ VVTffTTCT "T V *T *^. K C r V T T C T T ▼ ▼▼▼▼▼▼▼ ▼▼V
THOS. WAKE
FULLS HOTEL..
PROPRIETOR*
1 freight rates between West Rohson ' jj„lu(<r „f alr.,s   a_«*b»ed    W,9i1
1.CJfcOwen la-r   week received (and Midway on  it* hranch line, the  Value of  tval   property   as  assessed
Im* information that Mrs.  Columbia and Western Railway.   In
jlinS-atrle wiih typhoid : the circular  issued the  reduced rates
|ni! an attack of influenza | are given as follows:
sh» had   heen suffering, j    West Rohson to Cascade—1st class
fcthe  typhoid ia not  of ajgootlsol cents per 100 Ills ; 2nd, 48c ;
yet this class of disease J 3rd, H8c : 4th, 2!>c ; Sth 28c ; (3th. 22c ;
lise   to    apprehension. ! 7th. 17c ; 8th, 18c ; 9th, 21c :  10thr 15c.
I* expected to have gol j    We9t Rohson to Grand Forks,—1st,
t to Midway ere t hi*, 00c ; 2nd, 55c : 3rd. 44c ; 4th. 33 ; Sth,
(abniwithat ere long  it   win lie •*> : flth. So! 7th, 19b; 8th20cj Oth,
ihattft   to  arrange   for  a direct  2lc : 10th. 16c
I       Htmn   Chesaw  and   Midwav.
$1,282,430. Amount of real propetty
tax at 4 5 of 1 V>er eent, $10,093.83; av
3-5 of 1 per cent. »V,51i.74. Niiml-er <•'
acres of wild land assessed 1,1.0 ; la'nv
ofwikllami SI2.77."*: aiimuwt of
titter..
naii-,.1 'hji- :
flivKion uf TO* DM
nW.i* nt r»ir*> •.  >
t.*\,-- arc cllc.      - HI
If PiihlonoMi. re
lliree ttxW.,'1 ■     ;■■
Txx- ixnA ..iHl*-:!f !*■
•f »:M Kn-I.
flue-lthKofo*- rue
(vt»tn rtc*cordai*ce *eittl
'. .Mn'-ial neieoire Tax
■trr the As.-cs,mient Act.
- 1 to All ihu abore
»1. Sin the Rock Creek
ht ..re p-ii.iblc _ niy
jJc ji^ricV AmmOfl
i*ic fi.llu'Aiiis* i-ate*. rt*i
rr .lone Mltix.- I900i
r ; rr. on 'cnl proper!*',
cent. ottstOeeOO value
l-i-r-onal property.
"""      lie--,» aiu, ii 1,?. J j weoaic nf any person as
wijjV etocjl* nne tl-*-.*sand U.t!hr> the following
rates tiauie.f :-' i-.jt-nh   . sees? nf income,
land Liix at 3 |a*r cent, S>ISii> : at 'I.   »laM»tho«ni»Vmil more .lim ten thousand
s.,,n .y-      \-   1 .        t  .    . x   dilfiuVS. uie'MJ-f r.-Ht ; «>cn-1ieh.-XC-.5Si.ovcr
per cent, $311W7.    Value "f per.-tr.ial ;'^X,rw.|'e, -.sr.-,„,. ,...- ninre limn twenty
properly as assessed, $141,78) v.»HMM«rt ■'
The   hotel   I*   e'tntrally  located and is  a stopping  place   for   stage lines.'
Good fishing in the vicinity.   Good stabling.
k Y'a'-fefy of tiie choicest brand; of -iquors ana eigars at the bar
SlTC.tTBDAT   •>    ''   *   '   -   •   -   *  BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C;
■Kt is increasiint.   As an iti
CfcrtflHlriruiitoiis tome   at  pres-1
taken We following i* uienlinnedtA
traddfatseil In Midway uason llth j
N*"atClh'saw, which is m-ross the
fottrorHv iie-. -inith of R.nk
- aad annul   17  mil-s from   Mid-
• On H> it was al OSovnos, and {
West Rohson to Eholt -1st, 74c*, 2nd,
(2c :3rd. -Wcs-fth. 37c; 5th. 33r; 8th
27c ; 7lh,21c ; 8th, 23c ; 9th, 27c ; 10th.
18c,
West Bohsnn to Greenwood— 1st,
7«c ; 2nd. 64 j. 3rd, 51c : 4th, 38c : Sth,
31c ; Uth, 28c ; 7th, 21c; 8th, 23c; 9t.h.
28b ; 10th. Be.
West Kolison to Mid way ^— Ist. _>*;:
,   , w-r-i'st.; ivie-n --.n-i
of |H*rsoual properly uax at %.■* I per :;,,„ft.,,„i,;„H«r*,is.,
cent. *jllltH.:8, at \ of on-t per cenl.
Total iinioutttoi a-c.»eil' ra-v :«:  full
l-.ite Sll,.">4ti 25at lowe* v.i*' HtfiAd,
, quarter of one
exed— i" over nveiiiy
*.| .me half of otic per'
pj.M 011 i»i> A fer Ist »xby
..IVtiflllsl.t
lOOOi
:.r per .-enr.
0* In r*ikj1
n real property,
•ed value of wil.1
Ppiit readied Pentieton. (Ki-idrtWc ;3rd'. 54c ; 4th, 40c;
tttntm Midway. Two days later 6th, 30c ; 7Ui, 22c ; tohttitc;
riwAatitadesluutliou. il0tb,19a.
itl:,
9th,
auci
30e;
FOB _aJ__L__*_E3
Mi liajd of Siorses fof (ISO  --.
pot 1
V. P.fClV)f.\7..
I iKiville. Wash, i« W17, ltuh. IW.
■lin* ■ f u. bs ,( one per cent. On personal
.,».**■' >.
t.tititf*_mxtIw Hi.-omc of an)1 person as
cm»(siml •,'srasnn.i it»H»rs.- '.he following
....„H..,eivj I'tioit Btteo excess, A-hen the ■
... . ,: ,.,■-. riein icn thonwind dnllars.
. 1 ■! .liu-,['iiir'.ir per rem. 1 when-such xx-
.. .. • x- -. ten tlieinsind dollar* and losl thnn
ml .....I dollar*, one and one half nf
. r -f -. xx lion nloh excess lsov«r twenty
,,-i-a'id ,i,.||arsiiue and three quarters of one
•- ...ni.
■ T.sHnclnl lievcn.ie tax. $J.i«l per capita.
C. A. It. LAJIBtV.
Assejeor add Collector.
I fl Ci _. ,i. vjmmemAAmmmmrmm.
PIONEER - HOTEL
GreeS'\voo_ CrtY  Bul'ni>ary Creek, B, C.
VfV imS-e opened' ifie above hotef tti Wfeenrjood C'rfy, antf are prepareil
to welcome guests and provide good accommodation. Good Catering. Firs'
cl»»*-Liverv Stable.
•i W. NELSOK
PROPRIETOR
_____ M
Canadian PaeifieRy.
and SOO LINE.
Operate the Fastest Train
the American Continent.
First Class and Tourist Sleepers
OCEAN TO OCEAN.
Emtiounb   DAILY TUAIN   Wbubound
iil.'i     l.v.     Slcuinous Jet.     Lv.     WAi
CONNECTING STK.AMER
Leaves   Penticton, Tne.. Thur., Sat.,   G:W
Arrives I'entioton, Men„ Wod„ fit, 1730
Accelerated Service to and irom
all points and through
KOOTENAY MINING DISTRICT.
Ex. Sun.     DAILY TK AIM       Ex. Sun.
IA:ik*> Ar.      Orocmvood       Lv.  IM*
n I DWAY, B. C.
Beautifully situated at the eonJuenee of Boundary Greek aud Kettle Biver.
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
EAST HND WEST RT LOWEST RATES.
Fur full information a* to time, rates,
etc. of for copies of 0, P. Kailway
publications, address:
E. It. REDPATH, Agent. Greenwood.
6. L. SMITH, Agent, Penticton.
W. P. ANDERSON, T. P. A. Nelson.
E. J. COYLE, A. G. P. A. Vancouver.
NOTICE.
klOTICE In hereby given that thlitr tiajni
IN after dale I intend to upplr to the Cl.icf
roiiiiniiyiioiicr of Landr. and Works for per-
niiuiisioii loptm-hiwelWIftem.*! of land ss fol-
I.IWS - conitlienciiiK at a oosl half n milk' South
of the North Ki*t corner of l.ut 3.6 thence
East 10 chain* .South thence Si) chalni., thence
Wc*. 10 chains, Ihence North 80 chain* lo place
of ciiiiinienuoJiient and containing ''20 acres
mnrunr I. *.
The said land being required for agricultural
purpose*.
McKAY INGRIM.
Dated this Sth day of January, 1900.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
tiflcate  of   Improvement*.
QlUNITK AMI HaSSKK   MINERAL CLAIMS.
Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division ot
Y.ile District, where looa.ed:-ln Camp
KcKinnev.
TUiR NOTICK that I, R. H. Parkinson ils
ttgent for the t'unip McKinney Mines
l.iniile.l. nf Camp McKinney, free miner's
certificate No. 16770... inteiul. sixty day.- from
lhe,lain hereof, toapply to the Milling llecor-
dcr f'irn curiiricateof improvement*, for the
pjirpnc of obuiiiiing a Crown gram of the
n rave.-hums.
And further take notloo lhat action, under
section 'ti. must be commauoed  before tho
issuance .if such certificate i.f improvement*
Dated this 17th day of Au-um, 1SU9.
R. H. PARKINSON
WILL BE The most wnportanl 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
mining camps.
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 tow prices and on easy terms...
 ;   3KND KOR MAPS. PRICKS AND tVUi PARTICULARS TO  :	
J. F. PIOGOTT, Manager, E. JACOBS,
London _ Lancashire Building,   TUC   MIDWAY CO    Ltd.      Agent for British Columbia,
We
Print
On good paper,
|| and in the most
approved style
LETTER HEADS
BILL HEADS
NOTE HEADS
ENVELOPES
STATEMENTS
POSTERS
BUSINESS CARDS
CALLING CARDS
BLANK FORMS
of any kind.
Wi
BILL OF SALE
forms for Mineral Claims
Mineral Aot 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
DOMINION,   Kairview, A. I).  A. ANU Buck
Hawk Minkhal Claims.
Situate  in Uw Ojoyoos Mlnlni Division of
Yale Ulstrict   Wh*r* located : In temp
F*lrvl*w.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Chas. deB. Green.
I nn i»i*ent for tho llouiliiiuii CotnMilifiateil
Milieu, Llmiuxl.frec miner'*eertlfleato No. Ii56i!
intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to the Minimi Recorder far a Certificate
of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the abovo claim*.
And further take notice that action under
section Tt must be commenced before the Issuiince of such ('ertiflcate of Improvements.
Dated Ihis ItOth day of October, 1899.
 CHAS. deB.QREK**',
Mineral Act. 1896.
Certificate  of  Improvements.
ratio*,
NOTICE.
THK British Columbia Southern Kailway
Company will apply to the Parliament of
Canail.i at Its next .Session for an Act author*
i/iiiK the t 'ompatiy to complete at any time before the end of theyiar 1004, iu. western section
as 'e<crihcd in thc Act of lhe said Parliament
| *>*Hj] Victoria. Chapter mi' anil a branch line
ir mi a point on ita main line at or near the
forks of Michel Crook thence by way of Michel
Creek to Marlon ..'reek, and for other purposes.
By order of the Board,
H. CAMPBKLL, OSWALD,
Secretary.
Montreal. 17th November, 18*.
Bi'LLaicrt Fraction Minkkai Claim.
Situate in Osoyoos Mining Division of Yal*
Ulstrict.   Wh«f* Loc*t*d:-0n Xi*uf*r
Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK that t.Chas. de Blois Oreen.
as agent tor John C. Fisher, free miner's
certificate No. 187»a, George A. Kngel, free
miner's certificate No. 187S7A, and for win. F.
Keller, free miners eertitlcate No.no7-.ss. Intend.
sixty days from the date   hereof, to apply
to  the Milling Recorder for a certificate ot
improvementa, for the  purpose of obtaining
a Crown grant of the above claim.
And further lake notice that action, under
ect inn 37. must be commenced before *hc issu
anceofsuchcertlflcale.it improvemen s.
Dated this SWh day cf October, IKS.
 CHAS. puB. ORKKN.
ROMLANO.
Greenwood.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO.
LIMITED LIABILITY
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
Fire Insurance a Specialty.   ™i^£?ci,Tiw*
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of  Improvements.
Wi
Bob Hall's Stage Line
(Jrf.kn Mountain, Buck and Althid
.Minkhal Claims.
Sltiwt* In Urn Otoyoot Mining Dlvlilon of
Yal* Dlstriet. Whan local*d ; In Gr**n
Mountain camp, Kenmeos creek.
TAKK NOTICK that I.thasdeBlnUGreen, j
acting as agent for llavld Black free '
miner's certificate No. B..W9. James Black, free '.
miner's certillcute No. BllTBl Alfred Woodcroft |
free miner's certificate No, xxttn. and 1*. i
O. McArthur, free miner scrlillcaie Nti.lll.37...!
intend,-iity days from the data hereof, lo
apply to the Mining Itecordcrfor a Certificate
of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining !
a Crown Grant of the abore claims.
And further take noliee that action, under
section 37, must  be .jotnmetu-ed before the
Issuance of such l 'crtitli-ate of Improvements    I
Hated this Hn h .lay it January. 1900.
 CHA.1. iiitB IIIIKKS.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certlflcate   of  Improvement*.
|§      SURVEYORS'
*pl$ A ffidavit forms for Field
Notes, etc., etc
• ••
A Trial Order Solicited.
AimiiKSH :	
TKe fid'Jd.wcz,
MIDWAY. II I'
(Carrying Her Majesty's Malls)
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Pentcto n on M on
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Passengers lo
and from Fairview, Osoyoos and Oroville, Wash.,
delivered in quick time, and by comfortable
conveyance.
\mmmm*
®$ww$mmi
Livery, Feed an.
Sale Stables.
At Penticton, B. C.
nl ■. f. HALL. Pro*.
Buy a residence site whilst
there is plenty of choice. Pure
air and water, beautiful scenic
surroundings, skilled resident
physician, excellent school- st
the place for families. Try it
For Pricks and Terms
Apply to
THE MIDWAY CO., LTD.
M NERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements
Votlo*
Balmoral Minkhal claim.
Sltuat* In tht Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale Dlstriet.   Whet** loeaud: Camp
McKinney.
TAKE NOTICK that I. Ft. H. Parkinson |
as agent for William Small, free
miner's certificate No. n 3S». Intend, sixty
days from tho date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a certificate of Improvements tor Iho purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above claim.      .
And further take notice that action, under
section 37. must be commenced before the
issuance of Mich Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 28th day of November. I_B.
RICHARD H. PARKINSON P. L S.
Subscribe for
Tiir. Mr.iiiow I.aiik Miikkal Claim.
Sltuat* In th* Kittle Hiver Mining Division or
Yale  Districl.   Where heated:   In Skylark Camp, lying southerly or and ad-
Joining the Skylark mineral claim.
TAKK NOTICK that 1.  Nulson J.weph U
Plant, free miner ccrtillcnlo No. nUiiM, for
myself and as  ngt-ni for It, L.  I.ultcr.  free
miner certiUcnle No. litiU.. James MrNin.l.
free miner ccnitlcalc No. 1957.'..., ami William'
Graham McMynn, free miner ..-ititi.-i-i,- No.
WjJWIl. intend, sixty days from the dato )ier.*.,f.
toapply tothe Mining Keeonler for a Ceriltt-
et.- of Improvements, tor thc purposo of ot.-
Mining a Crown Grant of thc alsjvu claim.
I    Anil further take notice that aot ton, under
| seetion 37.  must be cnmiuoiiccl  baton   the
ihsiuin... of such Ccrlitii.it. - .f [inprnvul iii-iii..
Dated this 7th day of November. USD.
NELSON JUSEPII I,a PLANT
THE MICE
Tbe pioneer newspaper in the Boundary distric
Only $2.00 a Year.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
Vatic
Till! iki.Titni-K ami MariLi.vri.ii  .'! \> . l
C Lit MS.
Situate in the Osoyoos Mlnlni! Dlvlsl t   t
Yale  district.     Where   I caied I      In
Camp Falrvlow.
TAKK NUTII'K. that I. J. hu A    •' ■
as agent   (or  11.   T.   ^> lb '
couver free mln.rs irililiiiil.   S.
tcnit. »Jxiy  kits (rota   tlio ilut,-
anplj to tho Mining lUvonler for .1 '    '
nf Juiprorom. Jit., for the puruo-u- ..I      ■'   ' -'
a. Crown Until of the aborecMnu.
An I furllicr lake notice Ilml action
section  37.  must   M  .joiutanntsl   I.I   -
Issiiaiici- of surh I VrlU_M« ul IinproMi..    -
Dated thb. 14th day of Noveaibt-r. l«0.
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Certlflcate  of   Improvementa.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Oertiflcnte   of   Improvement*.
Gold Diht ahd Little Gold IHbt Mineral
Claim*.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District.   Where locaied :  Kruger
Mounlain.
TAKE NOTICE that I. (has. deBlols Green
aa agent fnr George A.Engel, free -niner'.,
certlflcate No. 18727a, and tor Wm. Keller, free
miners certificate No. R5728. Intend sixtrdays-
trora Ihe dale hereof, to apply to the Mining lte-'
enrderfor a certlflcate of improvementa, for lhe
purpose of obtaining a Crowe Gnat at the
above claims.
And further take noliee tbat action, under
section   37,  must   be commenced before the
issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Hated this 30th day of October, uw.
CHAS. i.iHLOIS GREEN.
Gold Ili-o Mimuial Claim.
Situate In th* Osoyoos Mining Division
ef Yale Districl. Where Loeated: Camp.
Fairview.
TAKK NOTIOK that I. Chas. DellloisGreen
as agent tor George .*ih«ehan, free miner's
ccrttfk-ait Na u.Vfmi. intend, sixty days
trom the dale hereof, to upply to the Minitnt
'teeoruer lor a Certiiicate of Improvements fnr
Ihe purpose ot obtaining a Crown Gran! of th.
above claim.
Aiul furthei take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before   the
issuance of such Ccrtltlcate of Improvements
Dated this 5th day of January JA. II. 1900.
CHAS. DsB. GltKKN.
Spokane Falls
..& Northern,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
- - and - -
Red Mountain Railways.
The  cnly all-rail nute, with
out change of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland
and Nelson. . .
DAILY TRAINS,
GOING NORTH.                       GOING SOUTH.
12:41 a. m    HABITS I2illa.ni.
Train leaving Marcus at 12:41 a. m.
mnkri. close connections at Spokane
Willi trains foi-all
ilie Coast Points.
Olcwe connection* at Nelson with
-steamboats for Kaslo and all Kootenay
Luke points.
PassiMigere for Keitle River and
Boundary Creek connect al Marcus
with stage daily.
n.l».lT, *
- MIDWAY-
Riverside Addition.
Just a Word!
To those contemplating an investment in Midway real estate, the information is
offered that on the Riverside Addition may be
found 300 very choice residence sites.
LOTS 50 x 125 FEET. PRICES REASONABLE.
For terms and all other inform ation apply to
W. H. NORRIS, or A. MEGRAW,
Midway, B. C. Camp McKinney, B.C.
W. H. WEBB,
•___ Practical; __***
MM AND CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
Repairln.
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
Z3' CARRIAGE   PAINTING  A
SPECIALTY.
LEE CHUNG
LAUNDRY.
MIDWAY, B. C*
WASHINGS   CALLED   FOR •*>*>
DELIVERED.
Mo»a nco-to-*-***-**-"

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