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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. I.  No. 14.  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1905.  $2.00, in Advance.  Church Services.  W:  t  lit the Methodist Church, on Sunday Evening  of ouch week, ab 7:30 p. in.  Strangers Cordially Invited.  RKV'. (J..K. DOCKSTBADKK.  H. A. Whillans, M. D.  Physician and Surgeon  Hedley, B. C.  R.  H. ROGERS,  M.A., li. C.L.  SOLICITOE,, CONVEYANCER,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  LOOKS LIKE  SURE THING  Hedley is Besieged by Railway  ."��������� Contractors.  FELLOWS THAT GET IN AND Did  Vernon, B. C.  GEO. E.   WINKLER,  Penticton, B. G.  Estate and Mining  Broker.  Keal  Correspondence  Solicited from  Those Having  Property to Sell.  Between Hedley and Keremeos the First  Grading is Likely to be Done.  (CARLES AE. SflflW,  CiVIL EXGIXEEH,  domixiox   and   provincial  Land Surveyor. c  Orders may be left at Gazette office.  HEDLEY,  B. G.  DEWDNEY & SPRINGE!!  Metropolitan Block, VICTORIA  Real  Estate,  Mining &  Financial Brokers  Special Attention given to Similkameen Valley  and Keremeos Properties.  Owners of ALLISON Townsite Properties.  NICKEL    F������L/\T1B  Barber Shop  BATHS  Alex. F. McDonald  A. MEG RAW  Notary F������ufc>llc  Conveyance.!', Real Estate, Mines,  snrarice, Crown Grants applied  for wilier Land Act and  Mineral     Act.  In  Agent for:  The Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada,  London St Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.,  The Ocean Accident & Guarantee Co.  Hedley,  B.C.  ft fl. WRIGHT  Boot and Shoe Maker  REPAIRING  NEATLY  DONE.  Stage and Mail  Orders Promptly  Attended To.  When the .names L. E. Shields, of  Simnis & Shields, raihvay contractors,  of St. Paul, J.A. Caughreen, of Caiigh-  reen & Wolson, St. Paul, J. D.-Porter,-:  of Porter Bros., P. Welch and others  Avho came in Avith them, are all spread  on one page of a hotel register, it begins to look as if something were doing.  That Avas what Avas seen on Monday  night at the Hotel Similkameen.  Early in the evening P. Welch and  D. A. Rankin came in, and later on a  message came to the proprietors to re-  'serve rooms for a party of ten, among  whom Avere the gentlemen already  enumerated. They were, going over  the line, and the indications are that  not only will actual grading soon he in  progress; but the work '.will he sent  forward Avith a rush, else Avhy should  so many of these principal contractors  appear on the scene. , *  ���������:.Furthermore!' the;surveyors are said  'to be doing work that has too much  the appearanceof "permanent location  to he any mere trial line; and it is  rumored that one of the gangs will go  on construction as soon as they meet  and join up their lines. By being the  first to get through the canyon be-  tweeh here and Keremeos they Avill  haA'e an unmistakable advantage, and  Avill be less subject to the vexatious  tactics for delay that have invariably  been practised by the C. P. R.  Chief engineer Kennedy is expected  to return this week. Mr. Kennedy's  policy is to choose the best possible  route through the valley without interfering with any other surveys, and for  that reason his engineers have kept  the south bank of the Similkameen all  the way. to Allison,"with the exception  of some tAvo miles after leaving Hedley  Avestward: Pursuing that policy the  public will resent all the more strongly  any "dog in the manger" tactics that  may lie adopted by others to hamper  and delay. There is no disposition to  deal harshly with the C.P. R. or to see  them side-tracked in. any way. If they  want to enter in the race and play fair  they Avill get their share of the applause, but any side-tripping of the  other felloAV will not be tolerated. The  Similkameen has Avaited too long on  the C. P. R. for a railway, to be in the  humor to look lightly on any act that  may look toAvards delay.  and |n the comments heard, the vieAvs  expressed are not ahvays correct.   Of  course they are in many cases tinged  by   the political   bias  of   the   party  making   them,   the   chaps Avho,  like  King Edward, have a big pull  Avith  Lauricr, being Arery pronounced in the  view   that 'the tories, at all  events,  among the stakers, Avon't have a look  in.    But the'funny part is that if the  contentions Of the stakers  be correct,  M'sieu Laurier will not have any say  in it at all; for, although Indian reservations are administered by the Indian  department of  the   Federal  Government, that department's right to administer islimited to that of a trustee  for the Indians while they are in pbs-,  session; "and*"the..-moment that their  right  of  possession   ceases  the land  passes to the Provincial Government.  ;, The points  then   upon   which   the  stakers   miist   base   their  claims are  simply these, (1) That Pinto's holding  was an individual one and not as an  integral  part .of  the   Chu-chu-e-Avaa  reservation.   (2) That he died without  legal heirs.    The onus of establishing  these points Avill certainly rest upon  the applicants for the land.   This may  be difficult;   and as for proving that  Pinto left no legal heirs,  it may be  possiblethat some of the Indians may  have heard about the late Roger Tich-  borne, and dusky claimants may bob  up from any fence corner.   -The, latest  survey of the reservation  will really  have'no-important bearing on the case,  for  it  is not at all  likely that Mr.  DeA'ereaux Avas furnished Avith all the  earliest -'data, concerning the reservation and Avould therefore include all  lands   that   he   found   occupied   by  Indians. '.-','  be about $3,000, as at least two nurses  Avould be required.  Messrs. J. McKinnon, A. McDermott  and F. Fraser Avere appointed as a  committee to look into, the -matter of  examining the suitabilityof sites that  had been ottered, and reporting Avith  a view to enabling either the general  meeting or board of hospital directors  tomake a proper selection; also to  submit plans and estimates for the,  building.  A committee was also appointed consisting of Messrs. French, Tingley,  Love and Burch to collect data as to  the finances, and submit a report to  general meeting. This committee ��������� will--  doubtless communicate ^with hospital  boards in other toAvns and ascertain  Iioav their hospitals are conducted and  the means employed to obtain the necessary funds for carrying them on.  It was decided to allow these committees ample time to make full investigation,, and thus be in a position to  report fully so'that-.when' another general meeting is called for the purpose  of organizing,"the..meeting may be in  possession of all the necessary information to guide them. The meeting  for that "reason adjourned "sine die,"  to be called again by the chairman  Avhen everything is in readiness.  A SPLENDID RECORD  Similkameen Heads the List  in   Appropriations   for  Public Improvements  WHAT  A WORKER  CAN DO  L.  W. Shatford in Only Two Sessions  Has Made a Record That the Oldest  Representative Might Be Proud of.  Estimates. Tell Eloquent Tale���������No  Part of Riding- Overlooked.  HEDLEY HAS A BAM.  This Week the Bank  of British North  America Opens a Branch.  FOR   A   HOSPITAL  GENERAL MEETING CONSIDERS  THE MATTER OF ORGANIZATION.  Government Aid for Building and Maintenance. Liberal Local Donations.  Committees Appointed.  That Little Land Flurry.  -      i������  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  0>  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  tii  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  ib  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Mrs. G. B. Lyon  DRY GOODS'  FANCY GOODS  m  BOOTS & SHOES $  Millinery in Latest Styles I  :'���������AOKNTS KOlt���������  MASON (Sb RISCH Pianos.  HEDLEY,   -    -   B.6.  %-333**3a*3S*2333**9*-9:-9  **  The end of last Aveek  witnessed a  miniature land excitement at Hedley,  Avhich Avas innocently precipitated by  the Gazette, through an   item   which  appeared  in. last  Aveek's  paper.    The  storm centre was the late Pinto's holding   on   the resei-A-ation.      The   item  which raised the excitement referred  to Pinto as a Nicola Indian  Avho had  been given his  holding alongside the  Ghu-ohu-e-Avaa reservation by the  Indian Department for services rendered,  and that his land was not really a part  of that particular reservation.    It also  stated that Pinto's family had all  predeceased him, and intimated that disposal of the land Avould rest with  the  Indian Department.    The Gazette has  no reason to doubt the authenticity of  the information upon Avhich the  item  in question Avas Avritten, and assuming  that these facts can all be  established  it opens up a very nice question of law.  At all events, so it appeared to several  of our wide aAvake citizens, Avho, after  the paper came out on Thursday last,  didn't allow any grass to grow under  their feet until they had put stakes on  it.    There are some 040 aeivs of choice  land, and* if the lucky first ones should  happen to Avin out on it they can afford  to stand all  the chaffing Avhich they  have been getting over it since. While  the affair is  treated very much as a  joke, it offers some food for thought;  The general meeting called to consider the matter of a hospital on Sat-  imlav night was not as -well attended  as it should have been, considering the  importance of the object. The fact of  it being mail night and the stage late  may haA'e accounted for it, and to that  rather than any lack of interest on the  part of our citizens, it is to be hoped  the slim attendance Avas due. It is  well, hoAvever, to look the matter fairly  in the face, and endeavor to ascertjiin  whether Hedleyites are prepared to  give the institution the support required to make it a success, before  committing the town too far in the  matter.   That such an  institution  is  t  badly needed everyone is prepared to {  admit, but it must not be taken up in  any half-hearted manner. The meeting  on Saturday night \rery wisely deferred  taking definite action with so small a  representation of citizens present.  It was not until nearly nine, o'clock  that the meeting Avas called to order.  There were present from th* Nickel  Plate mine, J. McKinnon and Chas.  Burch, and from the town about fifteen  more.  Mr. F. Fraser was elected chairman  and F. H. French secretary.  Mr. McKinnon reported that he had  succeeded in haA'ing $112 collected  from employees at the Nickel Plate  mine, and he ,vas quite sure that this  sum could be increased to $500 or over.  Mr. Tingley reported that the cam'ass  of the town had resulted in obtaining  subscriptions amounting to $470, and  that the canvass Avas not nearly complete.  He stated also that lie had received  a letter from L. W. Shatford, M. P.P.,  announcing that he had secured an  appropriation of $1,000 from the Legislature toAvards the building, and that  a further sum  according to patients  Another mile post was-.-.reached  in  Hedley's inarch to financial prosperity  when the first banking institution  in  the Similkameen, the Bank of British  North America, opened a branch here  this Aveek.   This is a  boon  that business men in  Hedley and throughout  the  Similkameen   valley    have  long  waited for, and iioav that the Bank of  British North America has been the  first  to   enter  the field they Avill find  that the  business  men  of the valley  Avill  give   them a loyal support.    In  doing so the business men have the  satisfaction of knoAving that   in   the  Bank of B. N. A. they have one of the  oldest and strongest financial  institutions of the   country.    It  was   established in 1830.    It has a chain  of over  forty branches throughout the dominion, stretching from Halifax to  Vancouver, in addition to .offices  in  New  York and San Francisco.   Its paid up  capital and reserve   fund    combined  amount to nearly $7,000,000.    In  the  Avest, in particular, the Bank of B. N.  A.   has   ahvays been  active' in what  may perhaps be termed pioneer banking.    It Avas the Bank of British North  America Avhich was the first chartered  bank to open a branch both in Rossland  and   Dawson,   and   the   action of its  directors  in deciding  to  establish an  office here shows that   they   fully appreciate the great possibilities of the  Siinilkameeu country.  Quarters haA'e been Liken in the  Hedley Gazette block and the local  staff AV'ill consist of two. Mr. G. H.  Winter of Montreal, Avill be local  manager in the meantime, and Mr. G.  McHaffie of Vancouver, cashier. From  this time on bank checks will cease to  do duty as currency. The bank conies  at a most opportune time and the district will receiA-e. it with open arms.  Because the member for the Simil-  kaiiieen. is one of ourselves, Aye should  be all the more proud of what he has  been able to accomplish instead of  meting out to him the home prophet's  portion. While almost his whole  energies Avere concentrated on the one  great object of securing a raihvay for  his constituency, in Avhich he has succeeded beyond the hopes of even his  warmest supporters and against odds  almost incredible, the minor Avants of  the riding haA-e not been overlooked  and as a result the Similkameen stands  at the head of the list.  In the matter of tlie'.'railway L. W.  Shatford has'saved the province of  British Columbia over $2,000,000 this  session. In the raihvay caucuses it  AA'as A\rell known that he occupied an  important place. He wasno faetionist,  but 'was'"prepared7 to negotiate, compromise or agree to any reasonable  proposition which looked to building  of the road. He would agree to bonus  where bonus is-necessary'to effect an  arrangement, but there Avere tAvo  tenets upon which he took a resolute  stand. One AA'as "immediate-construction," and the other Avas "the  open door," and Avho will have.the  hardihood to say that in both of these  he was not right.  As for local needs. Avhen the first  estimates were struck, it AA'as seen that  the three highest were Similkameen,  Okanagan and Kamloops, each Avith  $12,000; but the suppleinentaries had  something still better. They showed  additional appropriations of $7000 and  $2000, with $4000 for the Bear creek  road and $888 of a re-vote for the Avest  fork of Kettle rh'er road.  Besides this must be also credited a  resident physician allowance restored  to Princeton, a lockup for Hedley,  $1000 for building hospital at Hedley  with further sum for maintenance.  With the general fund augmented to  the extent already shown, there is  eA-ory- probability that the One-Mile  creek road will be built and the roads  of the district put in as good shape as  possible.  If this wasn't doing well then it  Avould be interesting to know Avho is  the man who could have done any  better,  KEREMEOS NOTES.  A public meeting Avill be held in the  school house on Saturday evening to  arrange! for a Victoria Day celebration.  We are informed that Mr. W. C.  McDougall has resigned from his position as general manager of the Olalla  C. M. <fc S. A., and has been succeeded  l)Ar Mr. A. A. Watson, of Vernon.  Athletic Concert.  The Athletic Association are giving  an entertainment in Spicule's hall on  Wednesday evening, 20th inst. The admission will be 50 cents, including refreshments.  Following is the program:  OvKinvKK���������Friend arid Foe Okcukstka  TllKEK-Kol'.VI)   Hoi'T   C'l.AKK   Hl'XTlNl.'TON   AND   A. HH.VDKKSO.V  Soxo���������Just for tho Sake of Society... ITocra.vo  Comiu Tc.MHi.r.vc; Micmhkus ok  Cli'ii  Work will he resumed on the Bullion  group at an early date.  The dawn of prosperity is breaking  on Keremeos " in many Avays." We  heard of a man yesterday trying to  change a twenty dollar Bill!  The survey party, under Mr. W. J.  Bassett, is making rapid headAvay.  The preliminary has been run to a  point aboA'e Keremeos, and the location line is being brought along.  For the first time since AAre have resided in the Similkameen, we can  truthfully, say we are glad Ave are not  ^and-oAvneivs. Fancy such an unsightly  the present, and that in niaintwflaitajfciithing  as   a   railroad   through   one's  Comic Ski.kctio.v   Stki1 Da.n'ci.n'k   Ski.ectio.v���������JYIiu'blin   Cl.l'H .SWIX(SIN(i   AV.u.tz���������Woman's Love...  Ki:ai>ix(J���������Kssay on Music.  TiuiKK-Koi'xn Hocr   ..Gha.mai'iioxi   IVlK. LVOXS   Okcukstka   Dk. AV'un.uvxs   Okcukstka   T. Dickixsox  Mkmhuks ok Ci.i'i*  At the conclusion of program ice  cream will be served, and the grania-  phone will render music during  refreshments.  FAIRVIEW ITEMS.  ������<tan  treated    would  tenance.  Dr. AVhillans Avas asked $������;>  approximate idea as to cosij^^    ^  tenance,  and   extent of buttaftfttf*  quired.    He thought that a'^flBfttgV]  costing about $2500 would so^^*  the amount required annually would  %Acndow.  Mr. Malone and family of Manitoba  arrh'ed on Saturday to take up their  residence recently purchased from W-  J. Sinclair.  W. B. Hines returned on Saturday  from London, England.  T. J. Corkery, a Spokane investor  came tp from the South on Saturday.  R. H. Parkinson is home for a feAV  days.  T. Ellis passed through on Saturday  on his way to Nicola. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE.  APRIL 20,   1905.  ��������� and  Similkameen Advertiser.  billed on Thursdays, by tlio Hhpi.KV ..(Ja/.ktth  I'KlXTIXfi AXi> I'flU.ISIIIXli C'O.MI'AXV.,  Li.uiTi'.D.   ill. Hedley.   0. <.'.  Subscriptions in Advance  Year :.... ".'.  ..S'.'.oo  Afonllis.   .. !.(;(>  Advertising. Rates  Measurement. 1'J lines to the inch.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch, $1.00 for one insertion, 'Xi' cents for  .-��������� ��������� -Ii siibseaucuf; insertion. Over one inch.  ���������������������������> cents pur'line for llrst insertion anil,;")  ��������� -its per line for each subsequent insert inn.  "���������   usumts payable in advance.  ' Lr.( '    >>iices���������Certificates of iiiiprovoinontolo.,  -.'.. ; for (iOdii.y notices, and ������5.00 foi'SO-diiy  CCS.  Cut.   ���������   ���������'��������� Advertisements��������� One inch per month,  >'-.; over I inch and up to 1 inches, Si.00  ��������� ���������: . inch pci'iuonth. To constant advertisers  '������������������fit; larger space than  four inches, on  i'viiion', rates will bo given of reduced  :���������: . ...-js, based on si/.e of space and length  AdwMi.-;eiuont������ will bu changed once every  month' if ad vcrfcisor desires, without any extra  charge: For changes oftener than once a month  the price of composition will be charged'at  regular rates. '  Changes for contract-iidvortisements should  be in the office by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  A   MEGRAAV,  Managing Editor.  .Vow Moon  ���������1th.  First quar.  12th.  '������'  Full Moon  '������������������19th.  Lust quar.  2fith.  1905  /\F������R.  ,       ,1905  Sun. Mon.  Tiies. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  1  2    a  -1       5       0  7       S  9     10  11     12     13  11     15  10     17  IS     19     20  21     22  23     24  25     20     27  28     29  B0    '  The war situation in tlie east  is reaching- a critical stage and  Russia's  chance  of holding out  is now a matter of a feAV weeks  onry.   The Czar is prepared to  risk all in one great throw, and  that is  in  running  tlie  Baltic  squadron up against the fleet of  Togo and Kamimura.    Numerically the ships under Rojesven-  sky haA'e the-advantage; but in  esprit de corps and  reputation  for effectiveness Togo's stock is  still the highest.. For a week or  tAvo Togo's strategic powers Avill  be called into play  more than  his fighting abilities. It will rest  with him to choose the  battleground of Avhere the final supremacy of the seas will be fought  out as betAveen these two po w-  '  ers, and the public may be sure  that his choice will not be to .the  ''"advantage of his opponent.  For  ..that reason no fight need be expected in proximity  of  Cochin  China' or any point where a port  favorable   to   Russia   will   be  available for a beaten enemy to  run. into, for Togo Av.il 1 want  to  make a clean job of it. Another  point in favor of  the  ..Japanese  fleet is that their ships in  regular turn have  been  dry-docked  and cleaned, while the A\'hole of  the Russian squadron has   been  at sea  since   August  and   must  now be so foul that their  speed  Avill   be  greatly   impaired;  and  speed will lie the one thing they  will need when Togo and Kam-  inimura get after them.  Should  the  squadron   of   Rojesvonsky  fare     like    the     Vladivostock  squadron at the hands of Kam-  mimura  or  tlie    Port    Arthur  squadron   with    Togo,    Russia  would be beaten beyond all hope  of recovery  for this  war;  but  should Rojesvensky succeed in  eluding the Japanese fleet and  make Vladivostock, or should he  manage to disable any considerable number of Togo's ships, the  Japanese      transport     service  would be  very  seriously  hampered, and the  troops  in  Manchuria thereby imperilled.    The  requisite amount of caution has  ahvays    characterized     Togo's  actions, and he can be  counted  on to take no unnecessary risks.  "There   is   a .divinity   that  shapes    our   ends,    rough-heAV  them as A\;e will."   Aftei' all the  fretting   and  badgering about  the Local GoA'ermnent  raihvay  policy, and the Federal Government's long-deferred legislation  to heal defects in the V. V. "& E.  charter, Similkameen is to haA'e  a  raihvay,   and  is  to   have   it  Avithout the province, being burdened with a heavy subsidy  or  being   bound   doAvn   .with  any  grievous    monopoly.     How   it  has  all  come about the public  Avill find out all  in: their oavii  good time, and it will be as Avell  that they do find  it out that  \vay,   for   if   told    how    they  wouldn't believe'it;   It remains  to be.seen'Avhetheiy.-when  they  do find it out, they Avill be  prepared to gh'e credit Where it is  due, or Avhether party prejudice  Avill still -over-ride that sense of  justice which every man  owes  to  himself and to his  fellow-  ma n. -. Nevertheless, / the  Great  Northern is surely coming, and  perhaps in a year from- iioav  it  may  be possible to board the  train in Hedley for either Greenwood or Vancouver.    The bill  referred' to  in last week's''Ga-'  zette,-which the Premier introduced in  the  last days  of the  session, at the  instance,  as  he  said, of Mr. Shatford, simplified  matters and cleared the way for  a better understanding between  the   Great   Northern   and   the  Government,   with   a   view  to  immediate   prosecution  of the  work.  In  tlie ..Supreme  British  Court ofi  Ipsooessososeosis^e^^  r.v  In  THK   MATTKK    OK   TIIK    WaTKK    Cl.Al'SHS  Coxsouuatiox Act, 1897, Pakt IU, and .  run 'Mattk.k  ok a   Pktitiox   i������v  "Tiijc  SlMIUCAMKKX    WATKK  AV'oKKS Co.MI'A.VV;  Ll.MITKP,"    KOK   ,A    ('KISTIKICA'I'K      L'XIJKK  ���������run Provisions ok Suction  55  ok Said  Act.  BANK OF  "1  BRITISH NORTH AMERICA  Capital���������$4,866,666.  Reserve���������$2,043,997.  -  It has been urged as an excuse for the Post Office Department not establishing a mail  service between Hedley and the  Boundary District, that there  is no Canadian road and the  route between Osoyoos and Sid-  ley would have to be through  United States territory. What  about the road through McKin-  ney where work is shortly to be  resumed. That road accommodated all the traffic into the  Boundary for years and with a  little expenditure to complete  the cut-off by Dayton camp it  would be much .more direct  than by using the circuitous  route which the Washington  road compels. A Canadian  route betAAreen Sidley and Osoyoos is an impossibility, of  course; but the excuse that  there is "no Canadian route"  between the Okanagan and the  Kettle River valleys is not in  strict accord Avith the facts.  X'f IS IS TO OERTI FY thus the Similkiunoen  : ,x Water AVorks Company, Limited, a  I specially incorporated company within the  J -meaning of Part til of the Avater Clauses Consolidated Act, ,18117, incorporated on the (ith day  1 of January,' 1905, for the sole object of constructing and operating a water works system,  for the supplying of the unincorporated locality  hereinafter defined and for the purposes necessary and incidental thereto bus by its petition  prayed for the granting of a certificate under  the provisions of section 55 of the said act; and  furthermore, that upon the hearing of said  petition it has been made to.' appear to my  satisfaction that the company has complied  with the provisions of section 52 of said act,  and that, the facts made to appear to nic arc  such as to justify the construction and operation of tlie proposed undertaking and works,  aiid the doing and exercising of all acts and  statutory powers in connection therewith;  -And This Is. Kukthkr toCkktiky that the  said undertaking as shown by tlie documents  and plans filed in-support of the said petition  is as follows:  (a) To construct and operate-a waterworks  system for the supplying of the unincorporated  locality known as Hedley City, in tlie province  of British Columbia, together with the lands in  the vicinity thereof with water-,'which locality  is situate in the Osoyoos division of Yale district, province of British Columbia, and is described .as follows: Beginning at the southwest corner post of the "Mafeking" mineral  claim known as lot 1!)75, Osoyoos division of  A'ale district; thence running north 42(i.27 feet;  thence north 40 degrees east 118 feet; thence  south 50 degrees oast 200 feet; thence north 40  degrees east 3IK) feet; thence east 2000 feet;  thence north 3300 feet; thence west 8950 feet;  thence south 1900 feet to the Similkameen  river; thence down the left bank of the Siniil-  kameeii river to the mouth of Twenty-Mile  creek; thence up west bank of Twenty-Mile  creek to the point of commencement; the estimated cost of which undertaking at the'present  time is ������5000.  Axi> Tins Is Fukthkk to Ckhtikv that the  aiiiount.of.capital of the said company which  shall be duly subscribed for before the company shall be authorized to exercise its corporate powers is hereby ascertained and fixed  at the sum of ������5500, which capital having been  already subscribed for, the said-company.is  hereby authorized to exercise its corporate  powers forthwith.  AXI) TllIS  IS   FCHTHKR TO CwtTIKY tllllt tllC  time within which such undertaking is to be  commenced is fixed at six months from the  date hereof.  ���������.  ������  Axd Tins Is Fl'ktiiuk to Ckktikv that  upon application being made to a county court  judge having jurisdiction within the said, unincorporated locality, by a householder of the  said unincorporated locality with the consent  in writing of tlie attorney-general of the province of British Columbia: first obtained, of  which application fourteen days notice in  writing snail be given to the company, it shall  be shown to the satisfaction of said county  court judge that'the net profits earned by and  divided-from the said water works system shall  exceed twenty per centum per annum on the  paid up stock of the company, the said judge  of the county court may order that the rates  charged by the company for water shall be so  regulatedtliattlieprolitsshn.il not exceed the  aforesaid rate of twenty per centum per annum  on the paid up stock of the company, and  thereupon the company shall so regulate the  said rates accordingly.  Dated this 11th day of A pril; 1!!05.  14-2 LYMAN' P. DUFF, .1.  ������������ A   GENERAL   BANKING   BUSINESS  8 TRANSACTED.   DRAFTS ISSUED ON  0 NEW YORK,  SAN FRANCISCO AND  ALL POINTS IN CANADA.  G. fl. WINTER, nctiiirj Manager,  8    Hedley Gazette Block, '-''���������.       - Hedley, B. C  feeooeoeoeoooooeoooooooeoooeccoooeoooecGosoeo  t J. fl. S6HUBERT  =*v  Wholesale cirtcl Retail  Merchant  Groceries  Hardware  Dry Goods  Flour and Feed  Gents' Furnishings  Sash and Doors  Boots and Shoes  Lumber and Shingles  Etc., Etc.  Etc., Etc.  St  Stores���������HEDLEY and  PENTICTOIN.  j������  GEO. KIRBY, Hanager.  COUNTY   COURT  A sitting of the County Court of A'ale will be  hold at the Government ofliee,  Princeton, on  Tuesday. May Uth, A. D. 1905, at 10 o'clock in  the forenoon; also a Small Debts Court.  By order,  1-1-2 HUGH HUNTER, Registrar.  COURT OF INQUIRY  Latest neAvs from Ottawa indicates that Mr. Duncan Ross  tlie member for Yale-Cariboo is  patting up a good fight for the  V. V. & E. and that indications  are favorable for securing tlie  legislation -which Mr. Hill requires. This done, tlie very  last straw has been reinoA'ed in  clearing away all the difficulties that existed, for the Gazette has assurance that all matters haAre been satisfactorily fid-  justed betAveen the Gt. Northern and the Local Government.  His Honor the Lieutenant-Govcrnor-iii-  Council has been pleased to appoint Roderick  Finhiyson Tohnic, of the city of Victoria,  Esquire, to be a commissioner under "Tlie  Public Enquiries Act" for the purpose of inquiring into and reporting on the conduct of  Ilr, Hugh Hunter of Princeton in his capacity  of an official of the government of British  Columbia.  The said commissioner will hold his first  meeting at the Mining Recorder's, office at  Princeton on Thursday, April 27th, 1905, at 10  o'clock in the forenoon.  Provincial Secretary's ofliee, April  10th, 1005.  F. J. Ft"I.TON,  14-1 Provincial Secretary.  First ��������� Class' in  Every Respect.     Commercial  and  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similkameen Valleys.    Post House on Penticton-  ton-Princeton Stage Line.  Mining  KEREMEOS,  B.C.  NOTICE.  Noffet's Bes  Is made through the most careful  selection of hard whkat and strict  attention to detail in  milling.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILL'S Cl)���������: Ltd.  VERNON and ENDERB Y, B.C.  J  Senator Templeman's manifesto in the Senate on the Morse  mission must have sounded to  Charles H. Lugrin like unto the  voice which said " Go way back  find sit down."  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty days after  date 1 intend to apply to the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase 1(10 acres of land in the Osoyoos  District, and more particularly described as  follows: Commencing at a post in Section'J(i,  Tp.. 53, running thence north 10 chains; thence  west 10 chains; thence south 10 chains: thence  east 10 chains to point of commencement.  KDW. BCLLOCK-WEBSTER.  Vernon. B. ('., March -'0th. 1,001. 12-8  NOTICE.  NOTICE h  date  I  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that, sixty days after  date, I intend to apply to the Hon. the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and AVorks for  permission to purchase 480 acres of land in the  Osoyoos Division of A'ale District, and more  particularly described as follows: Commencing  lit the south-cast corner of Lot 3,408, G. H. Cabin's purchase on 18-Mile Crook, runniiigthence  west 80 chains to the Indian reservation; thence  south fiO chains; thence cast 80 chains; thence  north fiO chains to point of commencement.  A. D. WOIIGAN,  per G. H. Caiiill, Agent.  Hedley, B. C, oth April, 1905. 14-8  < hereby given that sixty days from  intend to apply to the Chief .Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission  to purchase the following described land :  Commencing at a post on the west side of the  Indian Reserve, marked E. M. Daly's southeast corner and following the reserve line 40  chains north, thence leaving the reserve line  and running 'JO chains west, 40 chains south,  '20 chains east to point of commencement and  containing 80 acres more or less.  E. M. DALY  ICerenieos, B. C, March Hist.  12--S  NOTICE.  NOTICE iBherbliy given that. fiO days after  date, I intend to apply to the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lands & AVorks for permission  to imrchaso32D;ker6s of land lying southwestof  and adjoining M. A. Voigt's land. Lot 3,579, in  the Osoyb'dff���������Division of Yale District: C0111-  monoingfatapog.tyinarked Athol Eraser's southeast corrior/'tJiGhco north 40 chains to the south  boundary/tot. JiOt 8,57!), thence west 80 chains,  thence sotijth,40,chains, thence cast 80 chains to  point of ^cpmtiioneemciit.  Dated/at Voigt's Camp, April 1st, 190.5.  13-8  vf/.V;- ATHOL FRASER.  Cawston 0 Edmond  (-������'���������--. vs>"   -  PURVEYORS  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  - Fresh Meats  Fisn  Vegetables  AND  Fruit  WE MAKE  One Qrmk Only  AM)  J  (0  u  0  I  2  D  PI  H  HEDLEY,    -   -   -   B.C.  THEY STAND THE  Heaviest   Fires.  Never   KLno-w/m to  F^ail.  We do not make  thin Wall Safes. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, APRIL 20,   1905.  .3  -'���������P "Town   ai\d   District. A feature of the special music   for    -       Easter-night serA'ice in the Methodist  ��������� ���������  j - -..   " ' ��������� ��������� '    - - - .  i Church on Sunday evening next. will  What about   that   third   mail per , be ^ qu.irfcf,fcfct. ln s���������cl.efi selec^ons.,     ..'  week.  ��������� '���������",���������' '.. ���������'������������������' ':   ;������������������ .: -        ' j -- - ���������   .  J.'Murphy has been making a satis-  :    Miss Edith Bradshaw is visiting Mrs.   ^^w^wyn.om his recent attack  Ha.ynes this week, j ()j.   p]euro-}meunionia, .'awl   has  been  Miss Hardie left on Monday morning [able to get-out again. .' > 0t  for Fairview.  Hedley is to have a ' lockup, the  grant having been 'approved at Victoria. ,......;._     "  ' '  Mr. T. .1. Corkcry, ii mining man  from .Spokanecame in this week and  is looking over the. prospects on Twenty-Mile.'",  E. Burr left on Saturday morning  for Copper Mountain, where he, has  interests that will take his time for a  '������������������few  weeks.  Mrs. E. 0. HardAvick left for Vernon  on Monday morning's stage, to attend  a Sunday School Convention, as delegate from the Hedley Sunday School.  Mr. E.AVaterman, manager for the  Vermillion Porks Mining Co.,' aiuV  agent forthe Princeton townsite, was  in town last Week.  Gardening is in progress in various  parts of the. toAvn these, days. Meanwhile the hens are sharpening up their  claws on the rocks to be ready.  Dr. McEwen of Vancouver, accompanied by his Avil'e and, his sister-in-law  Miss Stitt, arrived in Hedley on Saturday night's stage, and have taken up  their abode here.  There is said to be a strong team of  base-ballers among the Gt. Northern  surA'eyers, and they are anxious to try  conclusions with Hedley in the near  future.  The neAV planer -.driven by a 7.5 h. p.  motor is at Avork in the Daly Reduction  Co's carpenter shop, under the care of  W. Quicnville, and iioav'they are avoii-  <lering Iioav they ever got' along Avith-  out it.  Mr. Frank Richter of Keremeos ,AA'as  in toAvn Sunday night, returning Mon-  ���������day morning. 'Since Mr. Coulthard  left, he, Mr. Ellis and Manuel Barcello  are about all tlie real old timers .among  the early cattle-men Avho are left.  A. F. MeKenzie of One-mile creek  Avas in toAvn on Monday. Mr. MeKenzie is putting in his spring crop, and  will have, some produce to feed raihvay  horses. That is a good practical Avay  for the ranchers to help on the good  cause of getting a railway in the  Similkameen.  Mr. W. P. Rodgers left on Monday  morning's stage for,���������well he didn't  just say Avhere it was he Avas going  nor Iioav long he Avould be gone, but it  Avill likely be a little 'more than three  Avqeks. Whether he. Avill play baseball or not Avhen he comes back remains to be seen. I guess he--will; although there are.some Avho quit all  these little side attractions under the  :���������the circumstances.  . The Vernon NeAvs reads the local  real estate,.men of that town a timely'  lecture on running clown other parts  of the district in order to effect sales  of their own lauds. Tlie News talks  good sound sense on this question. .We  are all one district from Kamloopsand  Sicanious southward to tlie American  boundary: and from Christina lake  Avestward to miles beyond Princeton.  Surely such a big district should inspire bigger ideas than are exhibited by  these little front yard fellows.  A misunderstanding seems to exist  with regard to the hospital. It is no  any priA'atoorseiui-private attachment  of the Daly Reduction Company, but  a general hospital in which the townspeople, the Daly Reduction Company  and their employees are all interested  and will all work together to make a  success. No agreement has been made  Avith any doctor, nor can any agreement be made until proper organization is provided as required by law,  for the goA'ernment insist on business  being done in the regular Avay before  they will contribute for building or  maintenance.  A deal was put through last week by  Avhich Price Ellison's property changed  hands. No details are as yet to hand.  ���������Vernon Ncaa's.  Invitations an; out for the marriage  of Herbert Wood, formerly compressor  man in the Daly Reduction Co's power  house, to Alice Louise Kenny on Monday April 21th at Nelson, B. C.  The Great Northern surveyors moved'  camp again on Saturday to ,1(J-Mile.  This trial line has kept across the river  most of the Avay between Princeton  and here, and crossed to the Hedley  side at-OliA'er's ranch. .;      ^    ';.._.  Here is a mixture" that will banish  flies from every room.���������Half iv'tea-spoonful of Avhite pepper, one teaspoon-  ful of. broAvn sugar, and one of cream.  If cream is not-.available, use strong  green tea Avell sweetened.  Among the arriA-als on Tuesday's  stage were R. G. Shier and J. K.  Campbell of Vancouver, who will- become permanent residents1 of Hedley.  The former is in the wholesale' and re-  tail'cigar business, and the latter has  followed merchant tailoring, and in  their .respective lines it is their ' intention to bpeii out iii Hedley, and he  here in time for the boom.  Gazette readers may be, asked to  overlook a little in the next issue or  tAvo. To accommodate the Bank of  British North America the Gazette  plant,will be moved up stairs and the  labor.involved in moving will interrupt soineAvhat the Aveekly routine of  the office; but as our deA'il puts it,  with the Bank of B. N. A. underneath  us the Gazette, will be conducted on a  sound financial foundation, and. that  will make up for the temporary in-  coiiA'enience.  The most hopeful sign of 'huprove-  ment in the. mail serA'ice in this district is thatthe government at Ottawa  are themselves getting a taste of the  inconvenience resulting from inadequate mail serA'ice. About a .month  ago they located a collector of customs at.Osoyoos where there has been  no post office for years, the nearest-  office being FairvieAV," some 14,miles  distant, and iioav they realize that they  are up against it until the mail serA'ice  ���������is restored. -.When..'they." are giA'ing  that matter their consideration possibly they may be moA-ecl to think .of  the Avants of other sections of the  dictrict.  ' Mr. M. K. Rodgers is Avorking a  regular ti-ahsforination in the appearance of the . Avestern tmd. of Smelter  flat: ;���������;'A -portion M it is being ploughed  up for garden'purposes and it is Mr.  Rodgers' intention to erect.-a fine residence there'tliis summer. An iii-iga-,  tion ditch,is* being taken down from  the stamp mill to help out the A'erdure  during the summer drought.  The following registered at the hotel  Similkameen,thisweek-: Dr. McEwan  and Avife, Miss Stitt, Charles.!. Roger,  R. G. Shier, J... K. Campbell, L. G.  MuHaffie, VancouA'er; Thomas Ellis,  Miss Ellis, Stephen Pardoe, Pentictbn;  F. Richter, John Ricliter, Keremeos;  T. J. Coikery, P. Welch, D. A. Rankin, Wi WV- Winters, E.N; Jones, S.  I. Dahlberg.John D. Porter, Thomas  Wren, Spokane; L. G. Shields, J. A.  Caughreen, Grant Smith, St. Paul;  E. S. Norman, Seattle; G, H. Winter,  ���������Montreal.  NeAys conies from the upper country  that C. P. R. 'officials are prepared to  bet that.they .will have the first loco-<  motives in the Siniilkaineen. EA'ident-  ly they hope to discover sonie plan by  Avhich the Great Northern will be pre-  A'ented from having a locomotive in  .here for, another 15 years. If there is  any injunction or other monkey business, .'such as delayed construction into  Grand Forks, the Great Northern will  have lots of loyal Canadians behind  them.  An excellent report of the spring'  meeting of the Fanners' Institute held  at Princeton on the 11th inst. is just to  hand, and Avill; have a place in the  Gazette next week, the space for this  issue being mostly taken up before it  reached us. . The report is by Mr. Geo.-  E. Winkler; real estate agent in Pen-  ticton who Iciioavs avpII the fruit-groAV-'1  ing capabilities of the Similkameen  and very thoughtfully A\'ent to,the  trouble of preparing the report that  Similkameen fr.uit-growers - should  haA'e the benefit of it.  II  I  I  HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN  HEDLEY, B.C.  &  Leading Hotel of the Similkameen Valley.   . -w~���������^^^^^^^^.  This House is New and' First Class in Every Respect,  Being Equipped with all Modern Conveniences���������Electric  Light, Telephone, Baths, Etc.        :       :       :       :  -*���������������   ^Rates Moderate^���������^*������������������������  A. McDermott, Proprietor.  Noav that the Gt. Northern is coming sure, just hustle -in your jobs of  office stationery into the Gazette print  shop and get ready,-for your share of  the rush. ,  Time  Tlie Pioneer Carriage  and  Repair SHOD  nEDLEy,     -      -      B. 6.  Horse-Shoeing and all kinds  of Blacksmithing done.    :    :  At this Season a Good Spring  Medicine Avill assist Nature to  throw off "That Dead Feeling."  Look up that Old Family Recipe  and let us get it ready for you!  We have quite a A'ariety of  Spring Tonics already on'hand.  Hedley  Livery,   Feed  and  Sale Stable  HEDLEY,     -      -     B.C.  OTEL  EDLEY  Strictly First Class Service.  Special Attention given to  the Travelling Public.  Teaming' of all kinds done.  Horses Bought and Sold.  Spring Hequisltes  Such as Ammonia, Sulphur,  Chloride of'Lime, Carbolic Poav-  der, etc., etc., should be provided,  for iioav.  W. R REVELY>  Proprietor.  The  Leading  House  For  Commercial  Hen.   :   :   :  Best Only Provided for Table  and Bar.  W.J. Henderson, Prop.  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  GEO. fi. SPROULfc,  Proprietor.  lONn fiOU  Mr. Thos. Ellis, theerstAvhile.Pentic-  ton cattle king, paid Hedley the first  A'isit on Sunday for several years. He  Avas accompanied by Miss Kllis and  Mr. Stephen Pardoe. When Mr. Ellis  Avas here last there Avas no Hedley at  all, for it Avas sixteen years ago, Avhen  he Avent through Avith a band of cattle  to Hope. Then he found the mouth of  Twenty-mile a A'ery com*enient place  to run the band of cattle into and hold  them over night, but iioav it is spoiled  for that. Mr. Ellis and his daughter  AA'ent through the Nickel Plate stamp  mill on Monday morning. On Monday  they left for Princeton, intending to  make a trip around by Nicola and  Kaiuloops, and return to Pentictbn by  Avay of the Salmon River A'alley and  -Vernon:".---'--���������'"��������� ���������       '  w  fl-IKN journeying to tin*  Boundary Country arrange your plans to stop  and rest a while at the  10NA HOUSE,' the halfway hotel between Midway  and Sidley. This is where  the.'stage stops for dinnei-i  Good Accommodation at  Moderate Rates.  j. s. McLean,  Proprietor.  Full Line of Flower and  Garden Seeds.  IKe Ce  TWEDDLE <&. REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in.Connection.  Try.  Victoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.   ^   Pure  and   Invigorating.  JOHN LOVE,  Druggist (Sb  Stationer,  HEDLEY & FAIRVIEW  Fairview's  Leading;  Hotel-...  3s Golden Gate  H. JONES, Proprietor.  Arriving  This Week.  This house was lately overhauled and enlarged, and  is iioav comfortable and  convenient.  WALL PAPER  Charges moderate.  FAIRVIEW, B. C  Over 2,000 Rolls, Comprising Mamy  Beautiful New Designs.  BOOTS & SHOES  A Large Shipment of Men's, Women's  and Children's Fine Shoes. Some  Very Nice Lines for the Ladies.  SUMMER HATS  In Linens and Straws, for Men,  Women and Children.  &O00O09QCOS0QOOO9SO80COC0Qi00O000OO0QOO90Q00000O50  &60.  66������a! THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1905.  PENTICTON NOTES.  The Str. York came in Saturday with  a scow-load of lumber for .1. F. Boone,  Penticton's lending contractor and  builder. F.w-n wit ij two boats on the  lake the C. I', ii. uw. finding it difficult  to handle the enormously increased  traffic which tli" rapid settlement of  the valley ,-. ....(.sing; and plans are  being made to put a Hew steamer on  the lake shortly. It will probably be  a.'larger1 and ���������'better boat than the  Aberdeen.  Mrs. .1. Hood has purchased a second  acre lot on Winnipeg Ave. adjoining  the  first. ,     ' j  ���������Mr. Fleming, of Fleming & Jacques, j  is here.superintending the erection of  their hardware store, which  is  being  built on Main street.  Henderson &, McKay, contractors  and builders, are rushing to completion  the new sash and door wa.ieliou.se  "which S. C. Smith is building on the  new townsite.  H. <fc E. StroAvger, late of Treherne,  Man., have located here and intend  following their vocations of plasterers  and builders. Mr. E. StroAvger purchased last week an acre lot on Winnipeg Ave., through Geo. E. Winkler,  real estate broker.  W. A. McLean of Hedley was a  visitor to Penticton for a day or two  last week.  Tcnas CaAvston and Harry Robinson,  wishing to get a glimpse of civilization  after their long sojourn on the Twenty-  mile, Avandered in off the hills the  other day. They stayed long enough  to sample Stewart's best and watch  the boat come in, and then Avent home  satisfied. When Hedley gets too hot  Ave invite them to come again. Avhere  the cool lake breeze is blowing and  the rye is No. 1.  Mr. A. E. Thomas who recently purchased lots on the new- tOAVsite is making arrangements to put up a store  and a. dAvelling house. A car of lumber for this purpose ..-was. recently received by him from up the lake.  Price Ellison M. P. P. spent a couple  of days here last week, .lust before  leaA'ing he received the sad news of  the death of Ollie Vail, his brother-in-  laAA'.  HFi-ank OliA'er, M. P. for Edmonton,  Avas SAA'orn in as Minister of the Interior in place of Clifford Sifton, who re-  resigned. The red-hot Protestant  element in Toronto were determined  to contest the election, but leader  Borden favored returning the compliment paid him in Carleton byalloAving  the election to be by acclamation, and  his counsels prevailed. In any case it  Avould have been no use to contest it,  tor OliA'er could beat any man who  could be brought out against him in  that constituency. Besides, it would'  have been no test whatever of public  opinion on the Autonomy Bill, for the  Roman Catholic vote in the riding is  said to be oA'er 00 per cent, of the  entire vote.-  ALFALFA MEAT  MARKET  Fresh  and  Cured Meats  Wholesale  and  Retail  All Orders Promptly DeliA-ered.  Rates GiA'eu to Hotels and  Boarding Houses.  5 Per Cent, off for Cash.  10  "       "     off on Saturdays.  R. J. Wynne,  MANAGER.  PROPERTY  Is  A  Good,  Safe  HEDLEY  Investment  And  Will  Make  Money  Hedley  is the supply point.for the Nickel Plate mountain, on which is situated the famous "Nickel  Plate"���������the richest gold mine in Canada���������and many other  promising mines and prospects. It is the mining and business  centre of the  Similkameen  the hew mining district Avhich has already been proven, by a  small amount of development Avork, to be one of the richest  gold, copper and coal mining sections of  British Columbia.  HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed  Coast-Kootenay Raihvay; and Avith the advent of this road,  Avhich is assured in the near future, it will unquestionably  become a large^and important city,'and'-town lots will bring  big returns on money invested at the present time.  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Scott Ave. (main st.) ..    $400 to $600  Other Streets......  ............ $200 to $400.  .... 1 t.rvf'1^....  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  For Those Who Invest Now.  ss====Piirchase a few lots before the Railway ���������omes=s===  For Full Particulars, Maps Etc.,  ���������APPLY   TO-  Hie Hedley City  L. W   SHATFORD,  Secretary and Flanager,  Go'y, ltd.  HEDLEY, B. C.  PENTI6T0N  Uvero. Feed and stage  STABLES  =====  ESTABLISHED 1903  =========  Fine New  Covered  Stage  Carrying Royal Mail,  Passengers and Express to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  :0:-  Special Rigs for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid to Wants  of the Public.    :        :        :        :  Mclennan, mcfeeu & co��������� Ltd.  Vancouver, B. C.  -:o:  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.  Wholesale and Retail  HARDWARE,  STOVES,  SPORTING GOODS.  SIMILKAMEEN  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable  Single and Double  Drivers.  Saddle  and   Pack  Horses.  Grand Union Hotel  HERRING & WINKLER, Props.  Choice   Liquors and   Cigars  always in stock.  Good Table and Comfortable  Rooms.  Careful attention to wants of travelling  public and regular boarders.  The GRAND UNION is the nearest to the works of the Daly  Reduction Co., which makes it especially suited for regular hoarders.  All white help.  HEDLEY, B.C.  Wood for Sale.  F. RICHTER k CO.  General ������tore  KEREMEOS,     -       B. C  A Large and Entirely  New Stock of General   Merchandise  Just Opened.  Prices Reasonable.  HOPKINS (Sb McINNES, Proprietors, Hedley, B. C.  1 Commercial Hotel  HEDLEY, B. C.  Give Us a Call!  This hotel under new management has been  re-modelled, and has ample accommodation for  a large number of people. The table is supplied  with the best in the market. The bar contains  the popular brands of liquors and cigars.  J. K. FRASER., Proprietor.  MGDougall & Go's  LIVERY, FEED 8 SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  ���������ALSO���������  Proprietors���������FAIRVIEW    AND     PENTICTON  STAGE   LINE.  Good Horses and Rigs and Careful Drivers.  Teams furnished to do freighting, transferring and  general teaming, and good saddle  horses ahvays on hand.

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