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Nature Produces All: The Similkameen fUnerals.-
He Labors in Vain Who Studies to Please AJ1,
Three Thousand Square Miles of Mineral Area in the Similkameen, Not One-Tenth of which has been Prospected.     .
Railway Transportation is all that is Required to Make this Country Blossom as the Rose—The Local Government is Pledged to Support It.
Vol. v.   No. 40.
PRINCETON, B.C., SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1905.
$2 a Year, in Advance.
WHAT ENTERPRISE WILL DO.
-j»«H©»-* I
£*mm
Towns Will Arise on the Ellis Estate
Where Frolicked Deer and Cayotes.
The Messr8i^b^tf6r4*nave met ^ with
practically unlimited financial encouragement in soliciting investment in tuft
scheme for the purchase of the T. Ellis
estate at Penticton. It is looked upon
as a gilt edge speculation as it includes
some of the cht icesjtlind in the country
beautifully located" on lakes and river
and possessing a' magnificent climate.
Eight thousand acres will be immediately
subdivided into small holdings tjy F. H.
Latimer, C.E., who" has ^satisfactorily
carried out gimilar work and irrigation
plans for theftown of SummerlahcL—The
old homestead at Penticton has a beautiful lake  frontage  which  nature has em
' bellished with groves of trees and a
gently receding beach which cannot b$
excelled for boating or batmng./Jcjbere
is ho doubt a town will springViip at Pen:
ticton and what has been yns£; of the
sleepiest hamlets imaginable will awaken
into a bustllfig eentre. of trade and a r<>
sort of wealthy fashion  aH^spcJal refiSel
■   ment.   '-^he. locations   and clifaflfte; are
I such as, ?to invite persons with independent m<;an& to make theiif homes there
andlndulge in fffe\recreative occupation
s of horticulture or floriculture;.^'::£i Okan
agan Falls.^about twjplye ,miles south of
Penticton, at the foot of Dog lake;! an-,
other town will undoubtedly arise. There
is unlimife^^jyater; power here which*
with th^V/allg^feyen partially harnessed^
would create -a' m^nufacjjjr|ng and fruit
canning centre besides affogjing power
and light to adjacent mining camps when
developed^ All this! iliustraites the won
derfully varied resources of-tire; Similkameen, no two valleys in it biting alike in
products or climate or conformatioq.
Messrs Shatford are certainly fortunate
in having an.t^nte^g^wlbjcJlSfieinvest]
ing public has so readfjfcv'.sjioWjuJ^eir
approval of .andslswhieh mea^svtf^great
stride in the ge^ral welfare of the Similkameen and of the whole province..».«■
Deserving of Prosperity.
While it cannot be ot^|:rwise than
gratifying to the stockholders of the
bank of Hamilton the half-yearly statement of handsome profits will be"conned
with pleasure by the general publie as
indicative of common prosperity ti|$ugh-
out the land. The ,snet iprofKSYrpm'gist
May to 30th November totalled $182,-
8.24, of which #95i^j!^has t>e^"^^ge*Sf
to the reserve fund wfucn .'now.'rests at
$2,100,000, while "tjue capital stock
amounts to $2,235,280. The: financial
stability of the bank is unquestioned and
its managemeut is on lines^pf^bsplute
probity and security^ Courtesy and
exactness are dominant features of the
institution and no doubt b^fve': largely
caused the satisfactory- results-'above
noted.
MINING IS BACKBONE OF THE PROVINCE
^i^fi^ll^Iiflr(measurable Areas of Mineral Deposits
Which Must Prove Source of Great Wealth
^ ..f\^;.;:&ftd Prosperity,  W${&      \ i|l4#
Another Testimonial Added to the Splendid Fuel Qualities Of PrincetonOoal
s      v—Many Valuable Properties Awaiting the Advent of the » W&
"Iron Horse;""' "". ft ^d^f^m  ■■ "^
.sasa*
A mining transaction involving the
disposal of ther SflJ^i|e, adjoi^iiig the
Sunset on Copper mountain, has been
recently consnmihat-e4 between- New
York parties and Messr^ Bnrr;'J$ties &n4
others'yhp owti^^^^^^timpi'"'''^i»
deal was made: -through Mr. Jones who
is now' at Og£KnslmFg7v;&.y. T;hj£ price
r^pwIid^^sj^ot^lSJi^^j^^gedw Jf is
mMerstood the new;'Owners wjl^Jbegin
development work"tn, the ^afly spring
jStliej; iuquiries"rj^ajraif%j3(2opper moun
tain properties tetvegbepn made recently
and there is no doubt f^BtFypprard ten,
dencyjjgept^geVjJgi well^tosJw'tfieJgeneral
outlook5'of mroiifg^l tmsV^artifciJiafi
citup. ^UE., Voi^^-;^*as: been caftji^f ori
extensi^; development' work during, the
past yea»bfi5Cppper*?mpuntain and there
j|ssp%spect of a^^viva^Hl^ininitf^opera-
tioris nextj'shmmen '       ,,__.;i.,.■■••'•';
Work wU^^hgrtly be rtSiiihed on the
GraniteJcree^^ptd_^f^up, the intention
being to tunnel and erosselrt^Jtli a view
tbrdftterminifig the ore;JBp<iy ah^d value.
The Daly Reduction Co. at Hedley has
considerable difficulty with itSCo;water
supply, n^pssitati^V a partial, working
of its large^fmi.H. The shortage of water
is due to the'5 ejccessiv.e''Jirouth^;bf last'
^yeaiy^the •. ^8t!UTar^feseryp^.-.beihg al 1
reduc.edfbelow^tBse lowest; formerrrecord.'
Manager Rodgers may yet decide to tap
the Similkameen^for an unfailingvsupply
in Which case a long flume'wguld need
io be constructed. With the-enlargement ofciihe mjll^p'.iOQ stamps additional^
power1 v^|;^e^^uired^gd]the^melter
has alsp^tp be reckoned with* The great
'vaiue~'of\the Nickel- ''Plate ore ensures a
cleanup of about' $5,000 per daV even
with a decreasSFiiumbef of stamps in
operation.., The Similkameen has other
Nicke|-PJ&tes which only a railway can
develop as the cost- tjf freighting the
re^ujsite'nSiaehinery would tax the financial resource%3Jifueveh*a Daly compasyJ*
The Calumet and Hecla, a "copper
min^.'.i^$Hohigan, 'paid 'afcyearly'diyi-
de33|ojE'd^Jmiliion dollars ohDecem-
ber 31'st;.; ■f5',i ■;''_;"„.-"   - .   ;^;,','^v. "iUJ-;.-
Henry Alheidt, an.^ola timer in;the
Boundary, has returned; op a-vlsr^^teg
an absence , of isix"yeafiSj^HJf,expressed
surprise, a,t; thejii^onderfttlj-idevelopment
that has taken plfCe in the various mining camps. He bwftjjd a-number of'good
mineral claims but disposed .of thenf^be-
fore removing to Alaska—now they are
worth small fortunes,^.',;,He-^ resided at
Camp McKmrttffpfor a short time. -;;
^'jS^rders haye'beeti * placed for the two
new large furnaces to be installed at the
Jprfcanby smelter^ 1 Each will have 70
square; feet agains^so- feet m,_^he old
ones. ^w|en installed, the Granby
snielter will have a daily capacity of
2,700 ton^ fif. ore.    ■'
Work will shortly be started on the
Paymaster, three niiles^west of Midway,
by the owners, (£, Rj^aden and John H.
East.jJ^t is a Cpiper prospect.
v]jiPJ^flS ~i°' excess pfjiroa Last Chance
ore is,getti|ig'van $8 freight and treatment
rate from the Trail smelter;. ,^1^
Rossland^fpines'auring the rpas^year
producea* 84,2,^2g^6SS,'valued at $4,406,-
ow/J; The' total tongagetrorthe camp for
the 11 yeki^since ores! wass-fi«st produced
is 2;o20,i93 tons, of $ total value of $30,-
216,354. _^___ :_      --;
The American Institute of Mining Engineers will hold it$" airinual convention
in^vligtpria, B.C., this year commencing
about'July .,isji'.-.:'v At the conclusion of
their deliberations the members will take;
a trip^tp Alaska- and will tnen spend two*
weeksi'ift the Kootenay and' Boundary
countryfcssisiting all the principal camps,
and inspecting, the prominent; mines and
smelters. A good opportunity is here
presented for the Princeton board -bf
trade to" extend a cordial invitation to at
least a portion of the visitors to-ihspect the
Similkameen, and see, sqmejtshing of the
coal, of eland placer resources ofrthis district as well as enjoy fishing, hunting and
scenic splendor.
The Cariboo mine at Camp^'McKinney
is likely ta resume operations;in March.
A meetin;g,i pf shareholders, will be held
in Toronto next month. There; is also
talk of the Waterloo,'company making
an early-*^tart in consolidation with the
Fontenoy; coih'pany. These -mines are
among the first discovered^ji the Similkameen..,~ Troublous ttmes^^fell them
when the management.begun boosting'
and innli'tlbn of stock which resulted in
internal strife and a shut-down.      »Stefr,?-'
M.'K.   Rodgers,  of the  Daly Reduction 06., Hedfey, who holds a bond on
the Maggie mine near Ashcrpft has let a
tunnel and timber contract for its development.
GOOD STEAMING COAL.
Test Made on  Steamer Gives Very-
Satisfactory Results.
The following letter addressed to E.
Waterman by Capt. Estabrooks shows
tbe satisfactory steaming qualities of the
Princeton coal, a small trial consignment
of which was sent to the steamer Aberdeen plyirig.o'n Okanagan lake.- The result corroborates, the testimony of many
similar letters;. Practical experiments
made with the coal as well as laborator-
ial tests have all been most favorable.
Evidently Capt. Estabrooks is not aware
that the Verinilion Forks Co.; of which
Mr. Waterman * is the resident manager,
has a producing mine in the town at the
pit head of which coal retails at $3 per
ton. This company has a township of
coal lands in this vicinity which has been
proven by a steam drill to contain an
enormous quantity of a first class article
in some stratum measuring 18 feet in
thickness and which now awaits transportation facilties. The Captain's advice
to "stay with it" will most certainly be
acted uppn:
"Canadian Pacific Railwav Co.
S.S. Aberdeen
Okanagan Landing, Jan. 8, 1964.
E. Waterman, Esq., Princeton,  j
"Dear Sir: i^ours of the 4th just re-
ceivedL 1 received .your coal O.K. but
not your letter, so I did not know who
sentf-"the coal. I made a test of it for
about two weeks' past and found it even
better than I expected ; burning splendidly and giving good steam. It is very
free, from clinker or other refuse., If you
have much of a body of it I would ad«
vise you by all means to stay with it."
.,}■* "Yours very tftfly,' v
;     G. L. Estabrooks.^'
^^Vancouver's Mew Mayor. J0j&
The^election of Fred. W. Buscombe as
mayor of. Vancouver by a large majority
will afford much pleasure and satisfaction
to many friends in the Nicola and^Simil-
rkameen. Indeed, many who know -him
npt throughout the £ whole interior? will
rejoice with his personal friends oyer the
victory, for Mr. Buscombe is Known by
his public acts to be a broad minded and
public spirited citizen. He is one of a
few progressive Vancouvefites whose
mental v?si°n *s not pent up with the
encircling,., mountains ..-..of his city. He
sees afar. He has large mineral interests
in the interior and takes an occasional
trip i'ntothese mountain altitudes for his
health, He js an ardent supporter of a
coast-to. Kootenay railway and with the
accrued influence of office may be exy
pected to hasten any legitimate project
which will connect the Similkameen with
Vancouver. Mr. Buscombe is a successful business man, the type of person who
is best adapted for the civic chair, and he
undoubtedly has the respect and confix
dence of fellow citizenstih a marked degree. Success to Vancouver's new mayor J
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THE    SIMILKAMEEN    STAR
JANUARY -14,190^.
January 14, 1905
THE    SIMILKAMEEN    STAR
The Sim^j^mcen Star
Published Weekly at
PRINCETON, B.C
^^Jj TIT   1 nn—mii'Hi 111 n .
Th*\ Princeton Rtiblishing Co.
One Year,
A. B.  Howse, ft^naaer.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE:
Payable in Advance.
$3.00
Subscribers willj^merlftfeyor on this office by
promptly reporting any change an address or
irregularity in receipt'of their pape,r..
Advertising rates furnished on application.
Legal notices io and 5 cents per line.
Four weekly insertions constitute one month
advertising.
All cheques7WLbe;ihade Myable to.
»S» JTh."
cArEfTIOWSE.
H$2$a$*fV'«
^gfat    QBIESgAL LABOK.
^Some-few years ago attjeflfeiftrwas
made  to. displace  white.*Jabor  in
Atlin by the introduction of cheap
V$3pa8ese  by   the   hydraulic  mine
owners and managers. The same
.Nthinlg has been done in Cariboo on
f stbat "class "of mining. "In'tHS^OTi;
^ ?>uV industries and as. domesU^s'Ijbje
" japs'.and Chinamen have almost
; drij^^vwhitg^labor out of the field
of unskilled work. In lumbering
I :&"hd- saw mills as wwit'-as on raij-
";$oads the Oriental is omnipreis'edt
']^y(;this. preffijnee. It was owing.to
- the detrimental effect upon white
,4^0irj»and the disturbance of social
and economic conditions that a
'flr^^llboinmission wasrappointed to
' tf^'Jeyid^jce and recommend.,a
■'i;&8>£&Q obyiate further- degradation
«'©fr white labor, t-and to make this a
'white man's "country as opposed to
"'coolie or cj^ia labor..   The impo-
i^^\^^^'^^T9^l^lilve $5°° head
stax, on  Chinamen was. the. result
.Of the commission's enquiry.  Thus
the i'Q$!nese ,; m|isance   has   beer)
abated: bjHl^th©- J^p has  invaded
-<eyery lir^cof industry  from fishing
to  dish-washing  anrT-'threatens to
*in^j^ffffliOT%ncm if noLcpecked,
iT.Kfat i^mirftvithe little Jap for his
.pluckand^bravery but .he,is. to be
^feared as a competitor in the white
sis&ari's • labor3 market. -    His r w3?rra
r^g^e few bwirig  to  his standafJUofj
civili^jo^^e^ig much lb%jer; than;
•the,w^it&maU''s.    He cares nothing;
for libraries.'churches, schools, hos-;
pitals.^clubs.^TholKgli more like-.;
«!able thatf the  Mongolralfi^e brings]
%ith him'  his  barbano*hai)ii|^nd
heatheo^Kgrsbip , and,.;|a^e^bj.^|
fgpod  Qanadian|ppjn Ao>\hisrislaad:
{home on which- he 'retires'assa sort
;of  mandarin.'; The  Japanese religion  forbids him, to dfe *n 1^isp1
ieign country  if,h^,. can .avoid it,
ifience ^hejfvijneveT - become: permanent residents, in  other lands:rajf't:
Ufas been stated by mis¥i6narre§Miffd
; others' that  the Jap carn&|^clc to
■ nis home the christiaj^ajjd civilizing inflj^ences of. this country.   It
is rathefewtQ $c" suspected that^the
contaminating 'effect of association
With western civilization^ willj/^u-
weigfj .the good.    At least it has
been.,the rule for the aborigine on
this continent to succumb to the
vices of the Caucasian rather than
be elevated by christian example
or civilized contact. Far better to
civilize the heathen in his own land
than to allow him free entryJnto,;
B.C.  in tfoo-iiope   otSconvertin^
$^|bugab|6 <^ ch.ea^ ^aM
labot" being required^ inHthe Koote-
nays to work the low grade prfipet1*
ties there has been given space in
some newspapers. It will be a fatal,
day for mining as with other industries when the 'Oriental^Bj^laritsi
the white man.Q For mining requires cautious and well directed
intelligence from the artisan^aiid"
the laborer -ajft-iauch as-from the
manager. It is .'scarcely to be3s3t£
pected thalfojotelKgeiit dirbdtiorrj'pfj
labor, will be given by illiterate and
heathen aliens. Besides, these raw
men are a/menace to yfe^Bd^OTo-.,
perty by reasprrof the precarious
conditions of mining. In the old
and over populated motherland
there are millions of males—and-
females who would be glad of work
and they have ,yi:. first claim upon
the consideration of employers of
labor and legislators of this~pr~<5-
vince.
The Dominion representative for
Yale-Cariboo has always ^been-the
friend of,, white and union labor
and he.iaiay safely be entrusted with
the protection of their interests. It
is possible that he may be obliged
to introduce a meas^e,.re|toicting
Japanese immigration into, this,pro?
vince by imposing^., head tax. No
doubt the provincial government
would favor a head tax since the
treasury is at a very low ebb^Snd
fuuds are required for road buikL
ing in the Sfmilkameen. In any
case initiate, diseased, pagan and
.goxertyTStricken immigrants should
be denied landing in this province
as is dotie'in the United States.    '" I
NOTES AND COMMENTS,
Last w8ek the telephone' reached
Prihceton^^^dr^t.he .first time in
fta existence it felt that to.uch which
m.akjes,s t^hev ^whole world: akin.",
ijsoiffted and "bereft-of many conveniences' -the" telephone' comes as
reliei" to the^Tieslegi&fc Brjj^ceton,
ds^kllr}ghtv. Better .days are dawning :.,upon.;its4borizon.^--'■■ When th^
line is complete a "more extended
comment Will be made.
STRAYED.
Came to my, premises on the 15th December,
4ne bay horse branded C- on leftthip. : If; not
claimed in thirty days will be sold at auction to
defray expenses.
|ltS-Aj'- OEXRICH.
: Princeton, Jan. io, i9°5-r!'iM    wi
NOTIjGE.
I.X.I,, mineral claim, situate in the Similkameen
mining division of Yale district.' WhCre;lo-
cated:  On Copper mlraiftaHi. i» ^^
Take notice that I, H, H. Thomas, free miner's
certificate No. B72190, for myself and as agent for.
fty, H. Thomas, free miner'«,^qprtificate No.
B72i§9wid S. h. Al^sonr*f?ee nnner's certificate
No. B79Q14, intend.^sixty.dava.ftam the^tja^e
®^SWRo^pply^o^TOe*Mthing Recorder for a
certificate of improvements? lor the; jBWfRS*^?^'
obtaining  a crown grantbftheaboveclaim.
And further take notice that-acJiyn«$Rder section 37, must be commenced before*tfic*issuance
of such certificate;pMmferoyement8r~^r?^*jtlX^
' Datedthis 28th'^ay.Sf JJoyeniber, a.dT 1904.
NOTICE^
Princeton mineral claim, situate in the Similkameen mining division of Yale district.
Where.located : Kennedy t&ounteiiuff^_-rt Li
Take notice that I, Ernest Waterman, 'agent for
the' Vermilion Forks Mining and Development
Company, Limited, free miner's certificaie
No. ■ B72174,''intend, sixty days from the date
HCFewrTo apply to the mining recorder for
a certificate of improvements, for-the purpose of
Obtaining crown grants of. the above claims. .'!
■ And further take rotice that action, under se6-
tion 37, must be commenced: before the issuance.
oPsuclFeeftificate of, Improvements.
Dated this 21st day of November, A.D. 1904.
Cat  v>l;V^"
NOTICE?
Shamrock and Billy Goat mineral claims, situate in the Osoyoos mining division of .Yale
district.   Where located : On Riordan mountain.
Take notice that I, R. H. Rogers, as agent for
Robert Gaede, free miner's certificate No. B78828,
and James Riordan, free miner's certificate No.
B78824, intend sixty days from the date hereof,.to
apply  to the Mining Recorder for   certificates
dMmpirovemtellts, for the purpose of obtaining
Crown grants of the above claims.
And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced beforerlhe.issuance
of such certificates of improvements.
Dated this ist day of December, 1904.
Reginald H. Rogers:
NOTICE.
Silvei sides and Ironsides mineral cliinis;, situate
, . . in the Osoyoos mining division-of Yale district.   Where locatedljCamp Hedle^t^wi^J
Take notice that I, J. Fraser Campbell', agent
for Sydney M. Johfcslon, free miner's certificate
No^B4i75i; H. W. Yatesjrfree miner's certificate
No. B78808 and' J. Fraser Campbell, free miner's
certificate iSfflt* B78807, intend, sixty days
from the*date hereof, to apply to the Mining
recorder fora certificate of improvements for the
purpose of obtaining a crown grant of. the above.
claim. "■"■■" **'.?-.«-.',
And further take notice that Sctionj.jtnder sec-;
tion 37, must be commenced before .thjLlissuancv
tJCSiJcn Certificate of-Improvements.     lsW,™Jj
Dated this first day of November. A.D. 1904.
notic!k;j
iMCpSEmM.
JJS^JI^ I^H«REBY GIVErf||jM^lhe Vancouver, aiid Coast-Kootenay liailwjiyV,Company
will apply to the, parliament o< Canada, at' its
next session,' for an Act, Jto increase its capital
stock, build branch lines, rind Ufex'tend the time
ill which it may ponstruct its works.
,, D.'^HACDONELI..
.ju. v.*. .   J^L.;     Solicitor for Applicants.
Dated at Vancouver, B^C-, this 19th day of November, iqo4.       ' £*■   -..."*-Sffi».
NOT&E.
^HfRT^fayfafrebdate'f1ii^(t^%| to the
*    Chief Commissioner of Lands antT^Works
for a license to prospect for coal oh the following
described lands: i-iii-±"-:
Commencing at a point south of B. White's
claim.
And running north 80 chains, west 80 chains,
south 80 chains, east 80 chains to point of commencement, confainihg'640 acres.
W. J. WILSON» Locator.
Pririoitori,-28th-Nov., i904.,: ••*»~**»-:—y-^-"-
Commencing at a post^jrear W.^J. wuson's
cHim, jjJjjS
- And running 80 chains south ,'80 chains west; 80
chains north, 80 chaws east, to^'point o£.com-
mencement, containing 64Q acrttffj^ ^ ^i 3i'W--
JP^URNS, Locator.
W. J. WitgoK, Ag«;nt.
r-JBrincetpjj?28th Nov., 1904.^
, Commencing at a point neai^tj^st eniJlJjr Wil-
s6n'sGiaim,' ■ '
And running ,80 chains nprth, 80 chains^west,
80 chains south, 80 chainS/east, to.point ofcom-
meacement>tSdiita'ining 040 acres. '     f"*i'0*
GEORG^rmQUHART, Locator.
if. jsn^p.iw. j. Wieson, Agent.     ■, y.^f^sM
,   Princeton, 28th Nov,, 1904. f'jST.-'i
Commencing; at a   point  near George'tJrqu-
hart's claim, •.  t6*
• AhcPruhning 80 chains south .TSo chains  west,
,80 chains north, 80 chains east, to point of commencement, containing 64aacres. ^   jfeili;*
I>{ra:>*-     ALEX. SHARP, Locator,
if ^jjf, Wii.soN,,Ageij|j
Princetcn, 28th TSfOTiJ 1904.^".''     - r;'
mrnG&
THTRTY days from date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Wcrks
for a license to. prospect for coal on the following
described lands:—
, Commencing at the S.Wv corner. ;of lot 300.
thence east 40 chains, south 80 chains, west 20
chains north 40 chains, west 110 chains along
the north line lot23Ck-n.o,rth 52 chains along the
east'line lotyt, west" 20 chains to the S E. corner
of lot 75, ntfrfh 125 chains along the-eastlfiile ;of
lotsjjs an3 74, east 19 chains along southJjiie_.of
lot.246, south 160 chains along the west line of F.
W. Grows'and T. H. Parr's coal claims, east So
CflaiHs"along the south line of T. H. Parr's coal
claim, north 20 chains to point of commencement and containing 640 acres.
Hit* C. H?*J?YE, Locator?1*1
&£&£ perF. W. Groves;
7th Nove'mber, 1004.    "\-   '^.'•'..-■ s^sS'^'i'S
NOTICE.,
THIRTY 'days~aher date I intend to apply to
^{he'Chief Commissioner of Lands aptl Works
fpri^o^se to prospect for coal on the' following
■described lands:—    ''•*.-• s .^  ■
Commencing at a post marked VENN'S southwest corner^.•.■;• sSi^-j :  <i<'.-s
Andi]fii«i^fii»gi8o3flwHs north;"8i®j|nainsrJ¥aSt,
80 chains south, 8o/«chains. west:*|jfo point'Jpf
comthe&cement. coritaining 64o"acres, and ad-
;!c3if&ig«J»Lang's locatjorisawi the east boundary.
;-    --'   ■•' E. S.^NEAVE, Locator.
■r Ern'e*s4*-Wate'rmAn, Agent.
Princeton. October^xa-jopd. »■
NOTICE is hereby given that sixty days'aftetj
date I intend to appiy,.tq the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and. Works for permission to purchase
80 acres ofmouiita4ti pasture .land, described as
TOllows • Cofti&enting' at a post Jmarked W. D;
Y. and running 20 chainsi'north, 40 chains east
20 chains south, 40 chains west, back to. point of
commen'cemeiitj%oa1taSpng 80 acres more or less.
.Situated, altou^&imilesnfrom Princeton; onjWjO*4
cr-efek   ' "• . *     '      W.D. YOUNG.   .
Princeton, Noy. 51, .1004.       &t&i   -<       •>
NOTICE.
^^he premier of Ontario,. Hon.
,(5r.i^K.;Ross, in a recent political
speech said : '■ 'It was the glory of
the I/iBje^al party that it had given
freedom pf-s^^feh^to everybody, in
parliamen^anji out of it. It was
the glory of the liberal party that
it; has been the fertile soil in ali
¥fiose great progressive measures
in church and ^|ate which have
made, Canada, which .have made
England free, and which makes us
.gijjud of^J^i.ng British subjectSi
whether on Canadian soil or other
jsoil."
'jtojiskt.;^^
NOTICE.
Notice is here! y "given that sixty days from;
date I intend to apply to thV"-H6norable CHiet"
Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase i6o?acres' of mountain pas ;
titte^jlandi The. sdeseribed - land is as follows
Commencing at a post planted at the northeast
corner 6¥Wi H. Thomas' pre-emption and about
three miles from Princeton, and frujining^s^»uth'
Bo^na'ins; thence east 20 chains;'{hence northiS?
chains; tnfence west 20 chains, to place of commencement and containing 160 acres more»or
less. AMY AJ'WORGAnY*4
(-Jiated December 23rdia904.    J»"^iffi 3 ZSia&tfl
NOTICE ofe FORFEITURE
To • STESE&iMANGOT. or whomsqesver,- he may
have   transterred    his    interest in  the Gold-
Platinum mineral claim, situates on Champion
;' oieek,  a   tributary   of   the , Tuiameen   river,
:"-;in?$ne Similkameen mining division of Yale
district. E^MaiS      ;:<•■ «t*B^")
Take notice that after the publication hereof
onpeeach weekifijiiriinety days, jou fail or refuse to contribute your portion of the expendi-
tS?e^&j«ifed by section 24 of the " Mineral ySSfjS
;being chapter 135, Revised Statutes of British
Columbia, 1897, in respect of th<; Gold^latinum
mineral claim, situate on Champion creek, in
•th^gimilkameen Mining Division of Yale Dis>
SiBSfctj^British Columbia, together with all edstsof
'adi^tising, your interest in said claim shall be*
come vested in your co-owner, Daniel Coute-
nay, free miner, who has made the required expenditure.
The amount due by you in respect of the
said, mineral   claim,   not   including;.costs,  is
.Dated this 24th day of October, 1904
DANIEL COTJTENAY.
Northern mineral claim, situate in" the Similkameen   mining   division    of  Yale    district.*';
..■;, Where^ocated: On<*opper mountain;^??*-
P^ake notice that,!; F> W. Grov«8'.^acting as
agent for J. S. C. iFraser.free miner's, certificate
iNo.iB4i433, Joseph JWrfght, free miller's oertffl-
JeeTOflcate'^efo. B57566, ^intend . sixty v days
from the date hereof, tp apply.&*the' m'iftihgtfe-
corder for a certificate of improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining;a*rown grant ^Pthe above
claim.;. „- -,    ■fha<s-' ov ;S*
And furtfle'r take notice that' actionsunder section 37^nust be commenced beft>riJ."the issuance
of such certificate cf improvements.       -siin^t
Dated this 13th dayof October, 1904.
NOTICEi
Honeysuc.Vie*niineral claiin^ftuatejniheSimil-
jfcameen miningj division of Yale disttict-
^"Wfiere'locaxeVl:   On Copper mountain.
- Take notice that I, F, W. Groves, gSS'riniireiSs
certifiqUe No. B7M55, acting for self and as agent
for Thomas Day, free miner's cer.tmcatejNp/
B72i2,3jjintend, sjxjy.days from the date heredf,
to apply to the mining recorder for a certificate
of improvements, for tm^ptlrpose of obtaiirffigTa
crown grant of the above claim.
An'd'mrther take notice tnaTactibn, under section 37, mvstjS^jammenced,. before the issuance
ofsuch Certn4cate^)f^taprovements.
Dated this isth'day of November, A.D. 1904.
NOTICE..
Peerless, ffrctibnal, mineral claim, situate in the
Similkameen mining divisjpn of Yale   dis-
Js^niQt.'' 3Pf here located: On Kennedy mountain. ~Ql3S>pffJ>-
.Take, notice.^hat I, F.'.W... Groves, acting
as■' agent for A. E. Irvine, free^ miner's
.certificate No. B76S70, intend sixty days from
the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificate of Improvements, for the
purposgJof-ic^tainingiaCrown Grant of the abWe'
claim. v'/fe-'ina    '.tW4-iiHSB'i*fl
And fiirtfiw take n6f J^fnlt-Taction, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance
ofsuch certificate of improvements.
Dated this 15th day of November, A.D. 1904.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
President Groves of the board of trade
j sent a congratulatory telephone message
I  to Wm. Henderson,   superintendent  of
Dominion telephones in B.C. on the com-
■   pletion  of the line to   Princeton.   The
I   installation of 'phones between here and
Nicola-is  now in  hand although there
are not enough  instruments as yet to fill
I  the orders of customers.
Religious worship conducted by Rev.
J A. Fowlie will be held in the court
house tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock. On
the following Sunday service will be held
a* Fairview.
Children were given an evening party
at Barr Hall's residence, Thursday,
Surprise party at J. Thynne's Friday
night.
A cablegram has been received from
Hon. J. H. Turner, agent-general in Lon
don, England, stating that at the Royal
Horticultural show of colonial fruits, held
in Vincent square, Westminster, the society's gold medal, the highest granted,
was awarded to British Columbia fruit.
The owners of the charter for the
Nicola, Kamloops & Similkameen railway, of which Mr. Begy was promoter,
have sold the same to New York capitalists.
Jimmy Jacobs' cabin, near Bromley's,
was burned to the ground last Saturday
i night.
Three days in the beginning of the
week witnessed the lowest drop of the
thermometer during this winter. The
degrees of frost registered were maximum, 13 ° below zero, which gave quite
a boost to coal production and caused a
lot of precaution to be taken against J.
Frost's nipping invasion. Up to the
above time the weather has been mild
and pleasant. The indications are a
short winter with dust flying in March.
A General .Banking Business
A general banking business transarted
by the Bank of Hamilton. Capital
all paid up, $2,235,280.00. Reserve fund
and surplus profits, $2,140,176. Interest allowed on Savings bank deposits of
one dollar and upwards from date of deposit to date of withdrawal. A. H.
SKEY, Agent, Kamloops, B.C.
Princeton Assessment District.
Notice is hereby given in accordance with the
statutes that Provincial Revenue Tax and Assessed Taxes and Income Tax assessed and
levied under the * Assessment Act" and amendments are due and payable on the 2nd day of
January, 1905. All taxes collectible for the Princeton Assessment District are due and payable at
my office situate at Court House, Princeton.
. This notice in terms of law is equivalent to a
personal demand by me upon all- persons liable
for taxes.
Dated at Princeton, Dec. 29th, 1904.
HUGH HUNTER,
Assessor and C ollector,
Princeton Assessment District, Princeton.
NOTICE.
THIRTY days from date I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands antl Works
for a license to prospect for coal on the following
described lands:—
Situated on Nine-Mile creek, Yale district,
about 9 miles south-west from Princeton, B.C.,
commencing at a post marked D.L.H's north
west corner post and running 80 chains east, 80
chains" south, 80 chains west, 80 chains north
back to post, containing 640 acres, and adjoining
L. E. Hanley's south boundary line.
D. L. HOPKINS, Locator.
C. O. French, Agent.
Dec. 20th, 1904.
NOTICE.
Take notice that sixty days after date I intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase the following described lands, viz : Commencing at a post
placed at the north-west corner of lot 1825, thence
west 40 chains, south 80 chains, east 40 chains,
north 80 chains along the western boundary of
lot 1825 to point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less.
JOHN M. MURRAY,
per W. C. McDougall.
Jan. 7,1905.
JOHN LOVE
Druggist and Stationer
HEDLEY, B.C.
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Books,     .J9
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Mail Orders Promptly Attended to.
Also at FAIRVIEW, B.C
F. W. GROVES
A. R. COLI,., SC. D.,
Civil and Mining Engineer
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.
Map of Surveyed Claims on Copper
and Kennedy Mts.: Price, $2.
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date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for a license to cut and tarry
away timber from the following described lands,
situated on the east side of the Tuiameen river,
commencing at a post by the N.W. corner post
of lot 252, running east 20 chains, north 120
chains, west 140 chains more or less, to a point
on river, thence following the line of river to
point of commencement.
ANGUS STEWART.
Princeton, Nov. ig, 1904.
NOTICE.
William A. McLean, of the Commercial Hotel,
Hedley, intends to apply to the License Commissioners for the Nicola district for permission to
transfer his hotel license to William J. Henderson. Signed,
WILLIAM A. McLEAN.
Dated at Hedley, Dec. 6th, 1904.
Advertise in the Star.
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THE    SIMILKAMEEN    STAR
January 14,  1905.
NOTICE.
A
NOTICE is hereby given that sixty days after
date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to purchase
80 acres of mountain pasture land, situated and
commencing at the southwest corner of lot number 1937 and running south 40 chains, east 20
hains to lot No. 1037, thence north 40 chains,
vest 20 chains to point of commencement. .
THOS. J. MCALPIN.
December 6,1904.
STRAYED.
ieen river
.Came to my ranch on the Similkam
in the winter of 1903-4,
One Roan Yearling Steer, no brand.
The owner of the above an'.mal may obtain the
same by paying expense of keep and cost of advertisement. If not claimed within 30 days from
this date and charges paid, the animal will be
;.sold. E. BULLOCK-WEBSTER, J.P.
Keremeos, ist Dec., 1904.
notice;
Take notice-that sixty days after date-Lin tend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission, to purchase the following described lands, viz: Commencing at a post
placed at the north-west corner of lot 1825, thence
west 40 chains, south 80 chains, east 40 chains,
north 80 chains along the western boundary of
lot 1825 to point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less.
JOHN M. MURRAY,
per W. C. McDougall.
Jan. 7,1905.
NOTICE.
j^OTIOE is hereby given that sixty days after
I tfj date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands aud Works for permission to
purchase the following described land, viz:
Commencing at a post placed 40 chains southeast of the north-east corner of lot 1825, thence
40 chains west, thence 80 chains north, thence
80 chains east, thence 40 chains south, thence 40
chains west, thence 40 chains south to point of
commencement, containing 480 acres more or
less. JOHN M.SMITH.
per W. C. McDougall.
Jan. 7, 1905.
NOTICE.
Dividend No  1 A, Dividend Fraction, Mammoth,
Iron Mask,  Dividend   A.  Dividend  No. 2 A
and Dividend No,   3 a  Fractional mineral
claims, situate in the Osoyoos mining division of Yale district.   Where located : On Dividend mountain.
Take  notice   that I,  Reginald H. Rogers, as
agent for Robett Gaede, free miner's certificate
•No. B78828 and James Riordan  free miner's certificate No. 678824, intend, sixty days from date
hereof to apply to the mining recorder for certificates of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining crown grants of the above claims.
And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced .before the issuance
of such certificate of improvements.
Dated this 7th day of December, .^.D. 1904.
R H. Rogers.
NOTICE.
tHIRTY days from date I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum
on.the following described lands :
Commencing at a post marked 'James Hay's
north-west corner," and running-83 chains south
along east side of H. Rock^tt's location, thence
80 chains east, 80 chains north, 80 chains west
to place of commencement, containing 640 acres
JAMES HAY, Locator.
W. A. Davis, Agent.
Located June. 22nd, 1904. ,
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date I inter d to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of I ands and Works for
.a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on
the following described land :—
Commencing at a post marked "M. P.ockett's
north west corner," running 80 chains west, 80
chains south alocg east side of J. v. MacAdams'
location, thence east 8o chains, north 80 chains
to place of commencement, containing 640 acres
in all.
.   M. ROCKETT, Locator.;
W. A. Davis, Agent.
Located June 22nd, 1904.
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January 14, 1905
THE    SIMILKAMEEN    STAR
HUMOROUS.
Newman—I met your wife today for
the first time, and, for one thing, I found
she was outspoken. Henpeck—You surprise me ?    By whom ?
' "Bre'r Jones hez done struck what
dey calls 'de happy medium.' " "What's
dat?" "Des po' enough ter thank de
Lawd he ain't rich, en des rich enough
ter pity de po'! "
Aunt Betty—Edith, didn't I see Mr.
Sweetser kissing you in the hall last
night ? Edith—Yes, but it was only in
remembrance of former days. Aunt
Betty—A sort of souvenir spoon, I suppose you mean.
Mr. Roth, undertaker, had been summoned to the home of a wealthy aristocrat. Upon surveying the remains of the
deceased he discovered that the man wore
a wig, and that, as he now lay in a reclining position, the wig fell back and ex
posed his bald pate. "Madam," said the
undertaker obsequiously to the sorrowing widow, "I perceive that your late
husband wore a wig during his natural
life. I do not suppose yon wish this generally known, so if you will kindly favor
me with a small pot of glue I will arrange
the wig so that it will be unnoticed."
The widow had no glue, but sent out foi
some immediately. A short time after
wards she approached the undertaker and
proffered a small bottle of glue. "Oh
never mind now," said Mr. Roth, consolingly, "I—er—I found a tack."
The sick man had called his lawyer.
"I wish to explain again to you," said he
weakly, "about willing my property "
The attorney held up his hand reassuringly. "There, there !" said he, "leave
that all to me." The sick man sighed
resignedly. "I suppose I might as well,"
said he. turning upon his pillow. "You'll
get it, anyway."
Tramp (piteously)—Please help a crip
pleat this festive season, sir. Kind Old
Gent (handing him some money)—Bless
me, why, of course. How are you crippled my poor fellow ? Tramp (pocketing the money)—Financially crippled,
sir.
He—What would you do, Miss Shape-
leigh, if a man were to kiss you? She—
I would cry. He—But if he did it again?
She—I would probably cry "more."
Representative Olmstead of Pennsylvania says that old Dr. Levi Bull was a
clergyman of the Episcopal faith, and
lived in Chester county, his state, many
years ago. The good old Doctor was
called upon to baptize a child the offspring of a family with the surname of
Frog. Without any prel iminary observa-.
tions the father and mother were called
to the font at the end of the second part
or lesson of the service. "Name t!ui
child," said the doctor. "We name it
after yon, sir," said the mother, in a low
voice, as she handed the baby to the do- -
tor. "Oh but yon named the last after
me. It was christened Levi," said.the
minister. "Well, doctor, call this one
after yonr t'other name." And so tht
minister did, christening it Bull, and the
youngster went forth with the cognomen
of Bull Frog.
«|My sakes ! How well yonr husband is
trained. How did you ever do it?" 'I
didn't. He was a widower when I got
him.   It saves a lot of trouble."
Mamma—Fighting again, Willie?
Didn't I tell you to stop and count one
hundred whenever you were angry?
Wilhe-But it didn't do any good, ma.
Look what the Jones boy did while I
counted!
Lady—I just dropped a cent, little boy;
will you  help me find it?   Micky—Gee
dat s a woman all over, squeelin about a
cent, an'  I just dropped ten cents in a
crap game an' ain't sayin' a word !
The A. E. HOWSE Co'y, L'd
NEW YEAR--1005    1
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I and your economical bump
at the same time with our
goods and prices.
It's not necessary to try us more than once.
By closely watching the market and discriminating in our purchases our stock is made up of just such goods as please the most
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Valencia       ••
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Currants
Candied Peel
Figs
Dates
Oranges
Lemons
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Have a Look at our WindowsjJJ
WISHING YOU ALL A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND
A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.
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