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Also Map of YUKON GOLD FIELDS.
I r      Cable Address—" Cortes," Vancouver, B. 0.
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MINING BROKERS
AND AGENTS
€H Hastings Si. W.
Vancouver, B. Cm
I"*& yei.rs, we are In a position to furnish the most reliable Infor
motion to "be obtained respecting the valuable mineral resource
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
S«Stf Represented in London, Eng., by prominent financial brokers.
" ^HlM Office of the ," Golden Cache " Mines Co., Ld., of Lillooet, B. C gggq
Stuart
RS
THE UNIVERSITY OF
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
LIBRARY
s
Map«
of all the
Mining
Districts <
oBB. C.
Printed Letterheads^
Printed Envelopes
Letter Presses, Typewriters
A FULL STOCK OF
I
Mathematical and Engineering Instrumen
Miners' Magnifying Glasses and Compasses.
Telegraphic
MOREING & NEAL'S.
BEDFORD MCNEILL'S,  A.
B. C. Agents for Broomhall's Compre
Cipher Code.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt attention.
28 Cordova St., Vancouver,I    ALBERT UFFORD
Ophthalmic Optician.
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
and Optical Goods.
58 Cordova St.,    VANCOUVER, B. C.
— SEND FOR —
Catalogue and Price List
—OF—
ASSAYERS' MATERIALS
^VlacFarlane & C<>.|
Mine and. „.
Mill Supplies
623 Hastings St. West     1
vaNeeuvER,B.e.
Davidson Bros,
VANCOUVER, B. G
Wholesale, Retail and Manufacturing   X,   X,
« - JEWELERS
Good limps ate here ; trade is improving all along the line.
Davidson Bros., the Reliable Jewelers, Vancouver, are preparing for
the largest fall and Christmas trade in their history. We are buying
. a very select line of Sterling Silver Novelties which make such
nice, useful and cheap Christmas and birthday presents, also the
finest line of Watches, Rings, Gold-headed Canes, Chain and Bangle
Bracelets, Brooches, etc. We solicit mail orders from those who ,
cannot get in to see us and guarantee satisfaction. Remember
manufacture anything of a special nature in gold or silver. Give
a call—we will be glad to see you. Beautiful Vallej
Belfast, P; O J 7
I Bella Bella G 3
; Bentick, Arm H 3
Big, Creek M 4
Big Bend, Creek. Q 4
Black, Canon N 5
: 'Blackberry, River S 4
■ Blackwater, River L 2
Blaine, P. O M 7
Blue, River srr>. P 3
Bluff K 4
Blunden, Harbor H 5
Boat Encampment Q 3
Bonaparte, River N 4
Bonilla, Point K 7
Bow, Lake 4,, S 4
Bow, River V 5
Bowen, Island L 6
Braham, Island.   ..- H 4
Brazeau, River T 3
Bridge, River M 5
Broughton, Island I 5
Brown, Passage ,... E 1
Browning, Entrance E 2
Bull. Passage. K 6
Burke, Channel ........ H 3
THurns, Lake J 1
Burnt, Lake .R 2
Bush, River ; R 4
Bute, Inlet K 5
Buttle,  Lake J 6
Calgary, P. O     V 4
Call, Creek \ I 5
Calvert, Island G 4
Campania, Island. F 2
Campbell, Island G 3
Canadian Pacific, R. R N 6
Canmore, P. O T 4
j Canoe, Lake O 4
Canoe, River P 3
Canuma, Prairie I 6
Caprino, Harbor H 5
Carnes, Creek Q 4 R. P. Rithet 1 Go.
WHOLESALE MERCHANTS
Shipping and Insurance Agents,
Proprietors of Victoria Wharf, Outer Harbour; Columbia Flouring Mill, Enderby;
and Vernon Mills, Vernon.
Agents for Victoria Lumber and Manufacturing Company, Chem- \
ainus, V. I. ; Victoria Canning Company of British Columbia ;
Pacific Coast Steamship Company, San Francisco ; Puget
Sound Tug Boat  Company,   Port Townsend ; Queen
Insurance Company of America ;Fire) ;  English
and American Marine Insurance Companies.
Lloyd's Agency.        Hawaiian Consulate.
Wharf Street,     -   -    -    VICTORIA, B. C.
W. Pellew Harvey. F. G. S.
MINING ENGINEER
and HSSHYER.
(For many years with Vivian & Sons, Swansea.)
=   =   VANCOUVER, B. C,
N. B.~Pupils not received.
Work Personally Superintended. 1
GENERAL  INDEX.
Cariboo, Lake N 3
I. Cariboo, Mountains N 2
Cariboo, Road N 4
Carstair, P. O U 4
Cascade,  Inlet H 3
Cascade, River T 4
Cash, City U 3
i Caution, Cape H 4
Chelan, Lake  .O 7
I Cheniainus, Lake K 7
I  Chemainus, P. O      L 7
Cherry, Creek O 5
Cheslahla, Lake J 2
Chewella R 7
B Chilanco, River K 3
I Qttifcov River K 4
Chilcoh, Lake K 4
Chilcotin, P. O M 4
Chilcotin, River L 3
E Chillacoh, River L 2
{ Chilliwack, P. O N 6
Chinahats G 3
Cisco N 5
I Clahoquot Sound, P. O I 6
Clan William Q 5
Clearwater, Lakes O 3
Clearwater, River T 4
Clinton, P. O     N 4
Cluscus, Lake K 2
1 Cobble Hill L 7
f Cochrane U 4
' Collins, Point G 2
'• Columbia, River P 7
Colwood, P. O L 7
Comaplix R 5
Comox, P. O K 6
Comox, R. R K 6
Cook, Cape G 5
Cormorant, Island I 5
I Cortez, Island .: K 5
Cowdung, Lake Q 3
Cowgitz Coal Mines C 2
Cowichan, Lake K 7
Cowichan, P. O K 7
Craecroft, Island I 5
Craigelachie, P. O Q 4
> Crossfield  V 4 ,
I Crown, Mt!?. " J 6
Crow's Nest, Pass U 6 Telephone 303 p- O. Box ffjti
JOHN LEeKIE
Fishing Nets and Twines, ©otton Ducks
and Drills, Cotton and Manilla Ropes.
Co., Montreal. Que..- Canadian Oiled Clothing Co., Port Hope, Ont.
RUBBER COODS AND OILED CLOTHING.
Toronto warehouse, 9 Church si. Vancouver warehouse, 632 Granville si,
P. O. Box ç6                                                                                            Telephone log
The Vancouver Floral Company
Greenhouses: Corner of Burrard and Melville Sts.
Flowers, Bouquets. Sprays and Funeral Designs made up of Choice Cut Flowers
Window l'uni    .1' 1     m si'   1 at 1    ,",,11   1,7"     *"
Out Roses and Carnations a Specialty
At   the   VANCOUVER   FLORAL   COMPANY.
Sheasgreen «& Co.
- HATTERS -
And  Importers of all  Kinds  of Men's Goods. -:-   Specialties  id
Underwear,  Hosiery, Shirts, Gloves and Neckwear.
397 Hastings Street, VANCOUVER, B. C.
G. R. ROEDDE
Practical Bookbinder!
Manufacturing Stationer, Paper Ruler
and Blank Book Maker
All Kinds of Account Books Kept in Stock
Home Block, Gambie st.      Vancouver, B. ©.
Telephone 263. GENERAL   INDEX.
Daisy, Lake  j£| M 5
' Dawson .  R 5
L Deans, Channel.. H 3
Decker, Lake... : .WM -jWKJ* W
Denman, Island K 6
Denman Island, P. O K 6
Denny, Island. G 3
Devil's, Lake T 4
Dickson, Lake J 6
Didsbury. V 4
Digby, Island E 1
Dirt, Lake T 2
Discovery, Pass J 5
Dog Creek, PO M 4
Dog Pound, Creek U 4
Donald, P. O R 4
Drift Pile, Camp R 1
Drynock N 5
Ducks P 5
Duncan, Lake R 5
Duncan, City R 5
Duncans L 7
Dundas, Island E 1
EtJtf&tfE*. M 6
Eclipse, Narrows I 4
Edmonton, P. O V 2
Eldon -frl     T 4
Elk, River T 6
Elwyn, Lake I 1
Empire Valley, P. O M 4
Enderby, P. O   P 5
Eootall, River F 1
Esperanza, Inlet H 6
Esquimalt, P. O L 7
Esquimalt & Nanaimo, R. R L 7
; Estevan, Island F 2
Eutsuk, Lake I 2
Evansport R 5
Fairhaven, P. O M 7
Fairview, P. O P 6
Fallen Timber, Creek T 4
Fidalgo, IsIandT."'; M 7
Field, P. O S 4
Flathead, Lake U 8
Flattery, Cape K 7
uteres* IsnJK.. '. I 6
Fort Colville R 7
J ft.R.B©RK&e©*
Mining Brokers
Real Estate, Insurance and Financial Agents.
Mineral Claims Purchased and Sold on Commission.
FIRE,   ACCIDENT   AND   LIFE   INSURANCES
BUILDING  LOANS,  GUARANTEE
BONDS.
SPECIHX ATTENTION
3 the Management of Property for Non-Residen
in principal cities and towns in the Provinc
Correspondence Solicited.
I
515 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B. cj
Brewers and Bottlers of the well known Brands
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LAGER
AND
PORTER
Specially Recommended. GENERAL  INDEX.
Fort George  M 2
Fort McLeod, P. O V 6
jJo»fr Èkpert H 5
Fort Saskatchewan V 2
Fort Simpson E 1
Fort Steel, P. O T 6
Fort St. James K 1
Français, Lake I 1
Frayer, Lake K 1
Fraser, River M 4
Frederick, Arm J 5
Gabriola Island, P. O L 6
Galena S 5
Galiano Island, P. O L 7
Gambier, Island L 6
Gardner, Channel  G 2
Georgia, Gulf or Strait K 6
Gill, Island F 2
Glacier, Lake R 4
Glacier, P. O R 4
Giscome, Portage M 1
Goat, River S 6
Gold, Creek Q 4
Gold, Harbor C 3
Gold, River R 4
Gold Stream L 7
Golden, P. O S 4
Goose, Island G 4
Goschen, Island E 2
Graham, Island C 2
Grand Forks Q 6
Grand Fork, River P 2
Grand Prairie, P. O O 5
Grand Rapids N 2
Granite Creek, P. O O 6
Great Central, Lake J 6
Great Northern, R. R T 7
Green,  Lake M 5
Green, Lake N 4
Greenwood Q -6
Gribbell, Island F 2
Griffin, Lake Q 5
Grohman T 5
Guichon, P. O L 6
Guilford, Island I 5
Gull, Lake U 3 How to Find     ',',
A GOLD MINE!
NO ROYAL ROAD.
NO TRAILS CARRY YOU THERE.
NOT EVEN THE TRUSTY CAYUSE
CAN TAKE YOU TO THE SPOT.
'PROSPECTORS   HAVE  TO  WALK.'l
You Want Boots
SOLD THE WORLD OYER\
COUNTRY K's
WATERPROOF K's
CITY K's
PLIANT K's
J. A. PYKE,
518 Hastings Street. GENERAL INDEX.
Hamilton N 7
Hammond. M 6
Hanceville, P. O L 3
Hardy, Bay H 5
Harrison, Lake N 6
Harrison Hot Springs, P. O N 6
Harrison, River N 6
Hastings, P. O L 6
Hawkesbury, Island F 2
Hecate, Strait D 2
Hector, Mt S 4
Henry, House Q 3
Heshqueeat, Harbor I 6
High River V 5
Homalko, River K 4
Hooker, Mt Q 3
Hope, P. O. N 6
Hope, Island H 5
Hornby, Island K 6
Hornby, P. a;... j K 6
Horse, Lake O 4
Horsefly, Lake N 3
Hot Springs R 5
Hocham, Sound K 6
Ho ve, Sound L 6
Howse, Pass S 4
Ho aston Stewart, Channel E 3
Hunter, Island G 4
Huatington M 6
■Iliicillewaet, P. O R 4'
Illi ;illewaet, River R 4
Innisfall V 3
Iroquois, Village P 3
Itcha. Mountains J 3
Jasper, House Q 2
Jasper, Lake Q 2
Jennings T 7
Jervis Inlet, P. O L 6
Juan de Fuca, Strait K 7
Juan Perez, Sound D 3
Kamloops, P. O O 5
Kananaskis U 4
Kaniksu, Lake S 7
Karmulsen, Mt H 5
Kasco, River L 2 HIGH CLASS TOOLS
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For ail*Markets.
PICKS, SHOVELS, FORKS, H©ES
AXES, HaMMERS, WEDGES,
eR©weaRS, etg.
Hand and Power Boring1 Machines for
Rock and Coal.
SPECIAL TOUGH DRILL STEEL.
Disintegrating-  and  Screening Machinery,   and
all Apparatus connected therewith.
Hardy Patent Pick Company
LIMITED.
SHEFFIELD, ENG. •N    5
GENERAL   INDEX.
Kaslo, P. O	
Reefers	
Keithley Creek, P. O	
Kelowna, P. O P 6
Kennedy, Island E i
Keremeos, P. O P 6
Kettle, River Q 6
Kildahlah, Arm ' G 2
Killarney Q 6
King, Island H 3
Kingcombe, Inlet. Â&\ I 5
Kitlobe, River H 2
Kitsum Galium, Village G 1
Kla-ai-ie, River I 5
Klaskinough,  Inlet G 5
Kleenakleen, River J 4
Klewnuggle, Inlet..    F 2
Klue Oil Works D 2
Klutze  G 2
Knight, Inlet J 5
Kootenai S 7
Kootenay, Lake S 6
Kootenay, River T 6
Kootenay Trading, Point T 7
Kotimat, River G 1
Kymana, River . • H 2
Kyuquot, Sound H 6
Lac des Roches O 4
Lac la Nonne U 2
Lacombe V 3
Ladners M 6
Laggan S 4
La Hache, Lake N 4
Lake la Hache, P. O  .. . .N 4
Langley  M 6
Langdon V 5
Lardeau Q 5
Lardo R 5
Lasquett, "Island K 6
Lawn Hill D 2
Leanchoil S 4
Leduc V 2
Lethbridge, P. O  .V 6
Lightning, Creek M 2
Lillooet, Lake M 5
Lillooet, P. O... , j N 5
Lillooet, River M 6
Little Bow, River V 5 H. DEMPSEY
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VANCOUVER, B .C. Little Dalles R 7
Little Red Deer, River U 4
Little Smoky, River R 1
Long, Bay .J 7
Long, Lake P 5
Loone, Lake N 4
Lopez, Island M 7
Loughborough, Inlet J 5
Louise, Island D 3
Lowes, Inlet F 2
Lulu Island L 6
Lunds, P. O K 6
Lyell, Island D 3
Lyoch, Lake H 3
Lytton, P. O  N 5
Mable, Lake Q 5
Mahood, Lake O 4
Malcolm, Island I 5
Maligne, River R 3
Malacca, Passage E 1
Marcus R 7
Martin's   P 5
Martin's, Range K 4
Masset, H. B. Post  C 1
Masset, Sound C 1
Malaspina, Strait K 6
McCauley, Island E 2
McLeod, River S 2
Medicine, River U 3
Midway Q 6
Metlahkatlah E 1
Milbank, Sound G 3
Millet ...V 2
Mineral, City. R 6
Mission, City M 6
Mitchell's, Creek N 3
Mitchell's, Lake N 3
Mobefly S 4
Moose, Lake P 3
Moresby, Island D 3
Morley U 4
Mosquito, River V 5
Moyie, Lake T 6
Mud, River L 2
Murchison,  Mt S 4
Mussel, Inlet G 3 Music !   Music !
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Vancouver, B. ©. GENERAL   INDEX.
Wïû
11   Nadia, Harbor	
 C
!
t J Nadina, Mt.	
....H
I
Nakusp, P. O	
Namu, Harbor    .
 R
5
4
Nanaimo, P. 0	
 L
6
Nanaimo, River	
 K
6
Na-tal-kuz	
 J
Nichaco, River	
 K
Nelson, Island	
 K
6
Nelson, P. 0	
 R
6
New Denver, P. 0	
 R
6
New Westminster, City	
 L
6
Niagara, Lake	
 O
WEÎ
Nicola, Lake	
 O
5
Nicola, P. O	
 O
5
Nicomen	
 N
6
•'''"'fc&mlfish, Lake	
 I
5
Nitinat, Lake	
 K
Xt*'ï~4
Nootka, Sound	
 I
6
North, Harbor	
 G
5
North, Island	
 C
North Bend, P. O	
 N
>o\. '-•
Northern Pacific R. R	
 S
8
North Thompson»^^iver	
Northport	
Notch Hill	
....   O
 R
 P
JIB*
7
5
Numas, Island	
 H
mtr-
Okanagan,  Lake	
Old Colville	
 P
 Q
Oldman. River	
 R
2
Old Man's, River	
%'■''
Olds	
 V
7
2
Olympian, Range	
Ootsa,  Lake	
 K
 I
Orcas, Island	
 M
7
Osooyos, Camp	
Ottertail,  P. O	
 P
~ S
6
4
\
Otoskwan	
 V
Ou-oukinsh, Inlet	
 H
'W'
Outhill	
 T
4
4
Palliser	
 S
Palliser, River	
 T
Pavillon, P. O JWoD- -
 N
4
Pembina, River	
 T
Pend d'Oreille, Lake	
 S
rl$£
Pend d'Oreille, River	
 R
7
Penny's	
 O
IpTi r
Parties Outfitting for the...
Klondike and Stewart Rive|
Should not fail to call on us and get
prices for their requirements.
A Full Stock always on hand, comprising—
Tents, Sleds, Snowshoes,
Alaska Pit Saws, Picks,
Axes, Stoves, Gold Scales,
Gold Pans, Cooking Utensils,
Tools, Eye Protectors,
Rope, etc., etc., etc.
The Best Grade of Goods (especially manufactured
for that far-off district, and which we can
guarantee) only kept in stock.
A Full Stock of Mining Goods, suitable
for the Kootenay Mining District, carried in
our Branch Warehouse at Nelson, B. C.
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And NELSON, B. C. GENERAL  INDEX.
Penticton, P. O P 6
Phillip's, Arm J 5
Pigeon, Lake U 2
Pilot, Bay S 6
Pitt, Island E 2
Plumper Pass, P. O L 7
Poison, Cove G 2
Ponka V 3
Porche, Island E 2
Port Angeles L 7
Port Crescent L 7
Port Essington F 1
Port Fraser K 2
Port Moody, P. O M 6
Port Neville, P. O I 5
Port San Juan K 7
Port St. John H 3
Port Townsend, P. O M 7
Powell, Island K 5
Prairie, Creek    .... T 3
Prévost, Island E 3
Price, Island G 3
Princess Louise, Inlet L 5
Princess Royal, Island G 2
Princeton, P. O O 6
Principe, Channel E 2
Puget, Sound M 7
Punta-ten Cut, Lake L 3
Puntildenay, Mountains H 2
Quamichan L 7
Quanchus, Mountains I 2
Quattah, Glaciers- F 1
Quatsino, Sound G 5
Queen Charlotte, Islands D 3
Queen Charlotte, Sound H 5
Queen's, Sound G 4
Queenstown G 5
Quesnelle, Lake N 3
Quesnelle, River M 3
Quesnelle Forks, P. O N 3
Quesnelle Mouth, P. O M 3
Radnor *U 4
Ramsay, Island D 3
Ramsay, Arm K 5
Red Deer, P. O U 3
Red Deer, River U 4
Revelstoke, P. O Q 4 m
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VICTORIA,    -    B. C. Richfield N
Rivers, Inlet  .....". H
Robson R
Roche, Harbor M
Rocky Mountain, House .'.•; T
Roderick, Island G
Roger's Pass...;...	
Rose Spit j ... .■ Âi^|l^ ;i i D
Rosario, Strait vrfjSjjjr
Rosebud, River V
Rossland, P. O Q
Ruby, Creek ;}[£,*-' N
Rupert, Arm .... J.&%V&fe< H
Salmo  R
Salmon, Arm ............ .. ....P
Salmon, River , .. K
Salmon, River ..  .-. L
Salt Spring Island, P. 0;.!f§Sf.K L
Sandon, P. O 4&s|M.V.. R
San Juan L
Sarah, Island G
Saskatchewan, River  S
Savonas,  P, O.. i Ipff - '■ - ■"■ ■ O
Scott, Cape".  3s|ii>f- G
Scott, Island V-i^ $lfftf§;.. G
Seaford, Channel G
Seattle... &.}%& '■•■...' M
Sedro ./.„.... M
Semour, Creek Q
Seschèll, Inlet ;-|f*|£i<...... L
Seton, Lake     M
Seymour, Creek.'...■ .' ; Q
Seymour, Inlet............ ..-.. H
Shawnigan Lake, P. O....... • -rf^^^_.
Shelter, Bay Hifs^  H
Shuswap, Lake... s^|^ P
Shuswap, P. O.........V ........P
Sicamous, P. O Q
Sidney, Inlet  ;. ..... I.
Sidney, P. O.... ..,	
Silver, City.. T
Silverton.. R
Sir Donald, Mt...... R
Skagit, River N
Skeena; P. O...... . .v.. j F
Skeena, River. .. f jl|".; F
Skidegate, Channel .-; C
Skidegate, Inlet. V.)iWMh\ .... A. W. More& Co.
Mining and    |^4ii
Stock Brokers
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Mining Shares. lor Sale.
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10,000 Mineral Hill, Alberni.v 4||(fi; .at   %m
?,ooo Victoria-Texada,Texada Island, it 25c
000 Golden Cache, .Lillooet.. .^1. ...at   $2
5,000 Arg-o, Slocan at 10c ■
2,000 Rambler-Cariboo, Slocan at 45c |
500 Slocan Star, Slocan .at $2.40;]
2,000 St. Keverne, Slocan. ... .1.... .at    4c I
10,000 Consol. Sable Creek, Lardeau, at 10c
10,000 Kamloops Copper Co., Kamrps,at 10c |
10,000 Winchester, Fairview. : -mÊp. ..at 25c
10,000 Monte Cristo, Rossland...... .at 20c
),ooo Norway, Rossland  at 10c
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3 Government St. Victoria, B. 6. GENERAL  INDEX.
Slocan, City R 6
Smith, Island E i
Smith's P 7
Smith's Sonnd H 4
Smoky, Peak P 1
Smoky, River..... i*ij$| *• » • • P i
Snake Indian, River Q 2
Soda Creek, P. O.... M 3
Sooke, Harbor L 7
Sooke, P. O , .., L 7
South Bentick, Arm .;^u^ > g • H Jft
Southgate, River  K 5
South Kootenay, Pass .'fwJM." U 6
Spanish, Lake.. ,-v., • N 3
Spatsum ; N 5
Spence's N 5
Spillemacheen, P. O. .. P 5
Spillemacheen, River P 5
Spokane, .Çity. a .. ^^fe| '..; R 8
Spuzzum N 6
Squamish, P. O L 6
Stanley  ; N 2
St. Ann, Lake :. .  U 2
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Stephen S 4
Stephen, Island .'Jfpl'".' E 1
Steveston, P. O L 6
Stillwater, Lake N 3
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St. Joseph, Bay .' 1 G 5
St. Mary, Lake S 6
Strathmore V 5
Stuart, Lake K 1
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Takush, Harbor H
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Tobacco Plains, P.'O T 7
Tokwaht, Harbor J 7
To-tuk, Lake K 2
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Tranquille O 5
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Williams, Lake M 3
Willow, River , M 3
Windermere ; T 5
Winter,  Harbor .... G 5
Wood, River *&&$*&& Q 3
Work, Channel E 1
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■ IN CANADA ^
Rolled Oats,   Oatmeal, ygornme^l,
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dike Trade.
RATIONAL i^I|JU^|
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Wreck, Bay	
Yale, P. O N    6
Yellow Head, Pass Q    3
Zymoetz, River.  G    1
150-Mile, P. O ^fjjJ.'.,N   .3
J. jG. Campbell -
s^Jew York Tailor
I
Up to Date. 300 years ago.
LARGEST TAILORING
ESTABLISHMENT
IH BRITISH COLUMBIA.
ext to Arcade Building, Çambie Street,
vàncouter,n. C. Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
ales then
> Alaska on the i
of sailing see the Company's
e following are the different routes operated by this Company,
THE ALASKA ROUTE.
.    Steamers leave Puget Sound ports and Victoria, B. C, about
every fifth day for all ports in south-eastern Alaska.
PORTLAND-ALASKA ROUTE.
The steamer George \V. Elder sails from Portland for porÈfpt
Alaska about every eighteenth day.
.   SAN FRANCISCO-PUGET SOUND ROUTE.
Steamers sail from San Francisco for all ports on Puget Sound,
and also for Victoria and Vancouver, B. C., every fifth day, connecting with the Alaska steamers at Seattle.
SAN FRANCISCO-PORTLAND (Ore.) ROUTE.        _
This route is operated jointly by the Pacific Coast Steamship
Company and Oregon Railway & Navigation Company.    Steamers
sail every fifth day, connecting at Portland with steamer Geo. W.
Elder for ports in Alaska.
SAN FRANCISCO-EUREKA (Humbolt Bay) ROUTE.
The Company's steamers sail on this route every fourth day.
; SAN FRANCISCO-SAN DIEGO ROUTE.
The Company's steamers sail every fourth day from San Francisco, calling at San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles ari4
San Diego.
SAN FRANCISCO-NEWPORT ROUTE.
The Company's steamers sail every fourth day, calling at Newport, San Pedro and a large number of intermediate ports.
SAN FRANCISCO-MEXICAN ROUTE.
The Company's steamers sail monthly, vizi, oh> the 2nd of each
month, for Mazatlan, Guaymas, Ensenada and other intermediate
Further information can be obtained regarding dates of sailing,
rates of fare, freight, etc., by inquiring at any of the Company»
offices.    For list of same see the Company'* regular folder.
The Company issues two folders :  one of them is a large foldefev
which contains a map of the whole coast from Mexico to Alaska
(postage, 2 cents) ;  the other is a folder of the Alaska Route, with j
map (by Prof.  Davidson) of all Alaska, including the Klondike,
showing the different passes, and containing a lot of valuable informjo
ation to miners and others (postage, 2 cents;.  'The Company alio":
issues the following publications, viz. :    " How to Reach the GoMp
Fields of Alaska," which publication contains full information ng,
garding miner's outfit, together with details of the trip, the output o£-
different districts and various and sundry information valuable q£;
miners (postage, 2 cents);  also, "How to Reach the Klondike*'!
Answers to EveryrDay Queries" (postage, 2 cents);  also, " North.....
and South," a pamphlet of 76 pages, finely illustrated (postage, 5
cents).    Any of these publications can be obtained free upon applied; '
tion, or will be mailed to any address on receipt of postage.
Portland Office. 146 Third St., N. Poston. Agent,
Seattle Office, Ocean Dock. J. F. Trowbridge. P. S. Sunt.
Juneau Office. Steamship Dock' H.F. Robinson, Alaska Sunt.
Los Angeles-Office. 1» West Second St.. W. Parris, Agent.
San Francisco Ticket Office. No. 4 New Montgomery St.
Victoria Office, R. D. Ri.th.et & Co. (Ltd.)    . 5 ■ ^«£2&S
G060HLL PERKINS & CO.,
General Agents, No. 10 Market St.,
San Francisco. C. P. Navigation Company
TIME TABLE  No. 31
Takes effect November 18th, 1897.
VANCOUVER ROUTE.
) Vancouver—Daily, except Monday, at i
NEW WESTMINSTER ROUTE.
1
Leave Victoria for New Westminster, Ladner's Landing ami
Lulu Island—Sunday at 23 o'clock ; Wednesdays and
Fridays at 7 o'clock. Sunday's steamer to New Westminster connects with C. P. R. Train No. 2 going East Monday.
jfor Plumper Pass-—Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 o'clock.
For Moresby and Pender Islands—Friday at 7 o'clock.
Leai
Thursd
Por Plumper Pass—Thursday and Saturday at 7 o'clock.
For Pender and Moresby Islands—Thursday at 7 o'clock.
NORTHERN ROUTE.
Steamships of this Company will leave from Evans, Coleman &
Evans' Wharf, Vancouver, for Fort Simpson and intermediate
points the 2nd and 16th of each month at 12 noon, and for
BARCLAY SOUND ROUTE.
s Victoria for Alberni and Sound ports the 1 Reconnoissance Transit
<J^t S now made, the Reconnoissance Transit
^\^ has outgrown its first place, and is in use
among Miners and Mining Engineers in all
parts of North America and in many parts of Central
and South America as well.
Carefully designed, well finished and of first-
class material throughout, it is giving the bèfâ;
of satisfaction, and new orders are constantly being
received" from parties who have seen the instrument-
in actual service and have proof of its quality.
- THE TELESCOPE £gj
is erecting, achromatic, and is proryided with  bot!
cjr.oss^iwjres  and  stadia   wires   of   platinum.     Tn
vertical circle reads t,o five minutes and is gradtt>H
sterling silver, as is also the horizontal limb whidj|
reads by one vernier to single minutes.    The level'
under  the telesooge has  a  ground  and  graduate^'
vial, and the clamp and tangent to axis of telescope
has  compensating  springs,  as have also the clamp
and  tangent   movements  to limb   and  to  levelling|&
heads.    The tripod' has shifting centre and extension-
legs.    The box is of mahogany, with lock and kej^b
with   carrying   strap   and   with   rubber   bumpers  t$4
protect from shocks in transportation,
The illustration on the next page shows the
instrument as ordinarily furnished, but the maker£
fit it, when so ordered, with all kinds of extras and
attachments for special work, either over or under
ground.
For full description of the Reconnoissance
Transit, or for Catalogue and Price List of Civa
Engineers' and Surveyors' Instruments, address     }
W. & L. E. GURLEY,
Troy, Hew York, U. S. A.
The Largest Manufacturers of CWil Engineers'
and Surveyors' Instruments in
America. The Instrument shown h ere wit)»,
- No. lOO, -
The Reconnoissance Transit
because it was originally designed and made for use
where portability was more essential
For full description of the Reconnoissance Transit, or for Catalogue and Price List of Civil Engineers' and Surveyors' Instruments,
address     -
W. & L. E. GURLEY,
TROY, New York, U. S. A.
The Largest Manufacturers of Civil Engineers' and
Surveyors' Instruments in America. tooering&Marstrand
Brewing Company
.VANCOUVER,- B. I
Brewers and Bottlers of the well known Brands
EXPORT BEER
i
LAGER
AND
PORTER
Specially Recommended. j[ q
1
i  r Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
—AND—
SOO PACIFIC LINE
MINNEAPOLIS
ST. PAUL
OMAHA
KANSAS CITY
CHICAGO
TORONTO
MONTREAL
VQUEBEC
OFFER THE
.BEST AND
cheapest
route!
—_™~AND EAST-™,	
The Only Direct Route to the Kootenay
Cold Fields is via the Canadian Pacifia'
Railway and Canadian Pacific Steamer
Line on the Columbia River. ■. •. ■. ■. v;
g - Passengers  Booked for all parts of  Eur<$
China, Japan, India, Australia and ^H
Zealand,  Honolulu and Fiji I.hlaNj.
To Klondike        ^%
Connecting at Vancouver and Victoria m
- NôrjQr- bound    Steamers,    from    the' Coi
pany's Docks  :■■,■;- ; :■•■'^^wS^S^
#■    #       #
GEO. L. COURTNEY,
JAMES SLATER,
Ticket Agent, 3^B|
Victoria. Vancouver.»!!
E. J. COYLE, ROBERT KERR,
Dist. Pass. Agent, ' Jk^^i^l Traffic Manager,    ,M
Vancouver. Winnip?»! QET PRICES VANCO: Il JW 'Iff
lOutfittersfor Yukon Gold Pields
FROM THE
WËÈ&      QPTiir^T A T TTTJIQ . Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada, m the
year I&Ç7, by Thomson Stationery Co., Ld., at the
Department of Agriculture^ Ottawa.
Tents, Gold Scales, Pack Straps,
Snow Shoes, Klondike Picks,   Sheath Knives, m
Moccasins, Axes, Tools.
Sleds, Dog Harness,        Stoves
Alaska Pit Saws, Pack Saddles,   »ff Gold Pans
144CordoMaSt.,;:
VANCOUVER. B.C. H THE MERCHANTS' BANK OF HALIFAX >~
Capital Paid Dp
INCORPORATED 1869.
>  -  $1,500,000 Reserve Fund
HBAD OFBICBt HALIPAZ, NOVA SCOTIA.
D. H. DUNCAN,      ...      Cashier.
$1,075,000
Branches in the Provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Quebec and British Columbia, and at St. Johns, Newfoundland.
Extract of Report Delivered by J. M. Buxton, £
BANKERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.
Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation
nd Leather Bank
re National Bank
7$
A G-eneral Banking Business Transacted.   Sterling Bills of Exchange Bought and
Sold.   Letters of Credit, etc., Negotiated.  Accounts Received
on the most Favorable Terms.
« BRANCHES IN BRITISH  COLUMBIA »
VANCOUVER,    *    NELSON,   *    ROSSLAND.
"In the gravels of all the streams of British Columbia between Vancouver and the
Rockies, and between the 49th parallel and Cariboo, gold is to be found. I do not mean
to say that it is found in every place in paying quantities, but I do assert (and most of my
old friends, the prospectors of gold-bearing gravels, will voudh for the truth of my statement) that in no stream or river can much dirt be washed without getting at least a color."
"You can start from the mouth of the Fraser and can Had gold too minute to be
detected without a glass, and which may go one cent or one-testh of a cent a yard, till you
get to the Cariboo, where the old-timers tell me that they oftenjhad several hundred dollars
to the pan. I am afraid that these shallow diggings where one could get hundreds of dollars to the pan are almost worked out; but I venture to assert that!the deep channels which
are now being opened out by hydraulic methods will yield sold in sufficient quantities to
astonish even the old-timers."
" But what I want to bring to your notice is the fact pad we have never in this
country until three or four years ago made any attempt to use the more improved methods
favored by the Californian hydraulicing companies."
Near Barkerville. " For the fabulous sums realized in one day or one week, not
from one claim, but from dozens, I must refer you to the Government reports; and, at the same
time, I must point out to you that many and many a hundred thousand dollars were carried
out of the country without any official notice being directed thereto. While on this subject
I may state that it is my firm belief that the Chinese miners take out of the Forks district
at the present time over a quarter of a million per annum."
"Out of this district and its surroundings I think, according to the Government returns, about sixty millions have been taken."
"Northwards again of both the Fraser and the Columbia are the Cassiar and Omineca
districts, in which die prospector, who, by the way, must have plenty of grit for this
journey, can make good wages by rocking or shoveling into small sluices. From the reports brought in by some of my men, I believe the gravel deposits suitable for hydraulicing
to be much richer than those in Cariboo."
"We are as yet only at the commencement of gravel mining by hydraulic methods in
British Columbia, and I can assure you that we sha1U|||| turn out millions."
The last extract is in the way of being verified by works carried on in different parts of
the Province since this report was delivered.
J. M. BUXTON,
619 Granville Street, Vancouver, B. C.
WMÇ-MW&OMSMjSfo COLONS
PROJECTED RAILWAYS \ SHOWN THUS  -^—•-+~~"
BRITISH COLUMBIA-
feocnlanations:
Trails    ----- — I Railways mmmp
WaqonRoads =--«—~-««--- \ Stations   ' <^^
MMnqTiemdm^ Office     Nelson ISmellmy Cedres^^*
auliaikd'klUneclraMinivnder'/i&me I
■■E B H. BROWNLEE, C. E.,
Dominion and Provincial Land and Mine Surveyor
TIMBER RBPORTS.      MINE EXAMINATIONS.
Ditered According to Act of Parlfment ôf Canada intheyear 1898 byJ.H.Brownlee at the Department of Argiculture.
The Canadian Pacific Railway
Publisher ofBrownlee's Hand-book of British Columbia Mining Laws.
As will be s ten from this Map, affords
BRITISH COLUMBIA MANAGER CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL OF MINES,
-   -   OF SCRANTON, PA.   -   -
ADDRESS:
ROOM o, BANK OF B. N. A. BUILDING, VANCOUVER, B. C.
the Best Route to the Famed Kootenay and Cariboo Gold Fields.    Having its own Rail and Steamer
Lines throughout the Kootenay Mining District, its geographical situation makes it the best route
for parties coming from the East or West.

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