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Vol. 7, No. 27
LILLOOET,  Bi C.   JUNE 29,  '05.
Dollar a Year.
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SIDNEY WILLIAMS,
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QUESNELLE, B. C.
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AN EASTMAN
It Isn't
A KODAK !
ASK FOR
C^a?~A_I_iO O-U-EI
At   Smith   Bros'
Kamloops and Vernon
BOOK STOBB
•    CLARKE   &   CO.,
CHEMISTS   AND   DRUGGISTS,
POLICE COURT NEWS
I mute a trip tbrough ~.lH»oe. District
every summer.
mi.CE
"Notice i>c hard iy.given that I shtl. at the
*xpiry Of 60-diiyc npply to the Chief Commissioner of Lniutu and Works fur permission to
(purchase 640 sores of land commencing at a
jiost planted let the south-east corner ol land
applied for ly TStonuts McEwen ;— thence
nonh 8j chains, east 80 chains, south Ss;
■chains, west So .chains i';o initial-pest.
ANN mr-SIIOP, by her agent
Empire Valley, J JOHN BISHOP
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Empire Vall»-y,l
lay 13th 19051/
NOTICE
Notice k herely given that 60 days from
■date I >hiill apply (to the Chief Conimis>ioner
<if Lands and Wo Us far permission to purchase 640 acres «f (lastnre land situated as
follows; commencing *l apostoive mile north
from the nurth'-.ast corner of Lot 220, Group
1, Lillooel l..stiiiat ; thence norlh So chains,
thence east So chains, ihence south 80 chains,
thence west £0 chains .to point of commencement.
SAMUEL BISHOP.
Empire Valley, 1
June 2nd, 1I905 $
NOTICE
. Notice ic liereHy given that 60 days from
■date I shall apply "j.0 the Chief Commissioner
of Lands .ind Works to purchase 640 acres
•of pasture lainJ,<!<*m«enclng at the north-east
•cornet of lot 22% group I, Lillooet District ;
thence norlh 8o>dhainK, thence east So chains,
ihence soath fo chains, thence west 80 chains
to point ol commencement.
Empire Valley, \ -AXTHONY BISHOP.
Juncstml is°^«
Anias, the lame, was convicted of being drunk, and
Provincial Constable Minty1
urill have the guilty person,
in a day or two who supplied
this Indian with intoxicating
liquor, at the baek -of the BX
stahle. Wiieii everything is
is in shape, arrest will follow.
Johnny Gabriel, on the
evening of the 27lh, had indulged too freely in Kuy-
per's Extra, and undertook
to throw the town into the
Fraser river, but he is now
adorning Bedroom No. 2, im
Minty's Mansion, and Charley Ah Yee is sharing with
his unfortunate red brother
the solitude, occupying No..
13 for supplying Johnny with
the fighting gin. Tliis delicacy becomes expensive, at
$65.00— but such lessons ae
this and others recently enacted, are needed hv these
peddler?, who will all come
in time, and it i.s safe tosav,
will get maximum penalty,
under the **■* Indian Liquor
Act."
The following books of Mr. Brandon's
may be seen and purchased at tlie Prospector office:—Physical Silence, 25 c.
Elementary Grammar, 20
Hmiiblin Smith Arithmetic,   40
Teacher's Aiiihnietio, 50
Taies from .jliakPfpeare, 26
LILLOOET,
-    -     IB. C.
Special Attention to Fining
Trnfl_e8 and Spectacles.
JP^iH
ROADS
Some day there will be n, road
running around the bank facing
Cayoosh Creek, for hauling loads
of lumber and/wood train Seton
Lake. The present road will be
taken for the "scenery."
It was built 45 years ago by
one Watson. Gov. Douglas did
not fancy the grade, and went so
far as to offer Dick Hoey and
his partners $800.00 to put a
road _i.-o.i~nd the point, coming-
out at Mr. Harris'. Atone time
there w~_re 4 bridges iu Cayoosh
creek; and owing to the gravel
bottom, they were washed out.
Freight was hauled by 10-mule
beams.
Pioneer says tlie road around
the point could be cons..meted
mow, moce easily than in early
•days, as slides liave occurred to
make the bank less steep. A lot
of ground could be liydrnulieked
and ploughs used, etc., and some
•crilnvork would be needed.
Talking of roads, the ruthless
road men ripped out the humble
yellow seat placed ab the top of
tlie hill for the poor pedestrian ;
and forgot to put ib back. The
din»*er horn may have sounded,
Perhaps /
Mr. Dunlop's violin class met
and spent a pleasant time, at
Mrs. I_~_-dgerwood'a, Wednesday
afternoon.
J. B. Uren has been making a
■number of very light horseshoes
■for tlie racers at Lytton.
END OF THE WORLD.
Now   Prophesied.
The time is at hand for the
Turk to be driven into Asia.
Learned men are culling attention to the utterances of Daniel,
who stated that the Moslem will
.et
it Jt
ilei
Th
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up ac derusnleiH. Tins wi
occur itn mediately nfter his expulsion from Europe; and the
nations Scrambling for Turkey
will brh-gon a world war, " and
there shall be a time of trouble,
■such as never was, since there
was a nation."
Thus the downfall of the sick
state, which is inevitable in the
near future, will be, says one, a
signal for tlie begiijnSng of the
reign of Christ, his advent iu the
clouds, the resurrection of the
dead, and end of all things.
Just before the end, knowledge
sliall increase, (X-ray,etc.) meu
shall run to ami fro, {touring,)
their chariots shall run by tire,
and jostle one another in streets,
(cars) and a man iu the midst
shall call out. All nations are
to hear the Gospel, and ib must
now lie done in a. hurry, [liy wire
■or word] " and then shall the
end come."
Roosevelt wont like it, on account of the Panama Canal. We
all have our Tittle plans, except
tramps and one or two others.
But the end of life is xeiy near
to some, and we have no lease.
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone Bonding n sketch and description tuny
nutckly asaertilill our opinion free whether an
Invention ts prolinbly-fmietttuble. Con imun I cations strictly contldontlal. Hundboofcon Patents
sent free. Oldest alzenojr tor securlna patents,
l'fttflllts takon through' .Munn ft Co. receive
ipeeial notice, without obar„e, lu tho
A hnnflsomcty Illustrated weekly. T.nrcest circulation of anv sdenUflc journal. Terms, $3 a
voari four monthi, i-d. Sold by ail newsdealers.
MUNN &{.0.3S1Bro2dw'-Ne.v York
Branch 0~.ee. US F 3U Washit2t-n.i~a The Prospector.
The PROSPECTOR
Advertising Rates low as possible,
Basis of 30 cents per square Inch,
per Month. Land or Mining Notices
30 days $4        60 days $6.
~B*y C. "W. J_.'_=i_\_:.3'-U_Bi02_TC_T
ABEL AND ALEC
Abel has a horse, Alec a field.
The horse was found tied in the
field, a great club lying near, &
a large swelling just ahead of the
horse where his eyes ought to be.
The club made the horse want to
leave tlie field, and the rope had
an opposite effect. Abel tried
to sell the animal, for the goodly
sum of $35, to the owner of the
field, club and rope. Failing to
force a sale he invoked the law,
with the hearse as Exhibit A.
Abel had no witnesses.
Alec had six.
Abel had no lawyer.
Alec had every one in town.
Abel had no case, and must
pay costs $7.
Abel had no money.
But he will have some soon,
or spend 8 days in the SlcooUuin
House.
J. DUNLOP
MERCHANT
LILLOOE'l.
J*.   "W*.   P33A.E30N",
XITT^T-EJRS'  O-TJIIDE
CX-XJ-sf-VO-bT,  23. C.
te    iX    *
Cumming,
General Store,
Agent for the 15. X.
Miners   Supplies,
&c.   Lillooet,
Drop in
Pl (j PS
LYTTON   STAGE.
Leaves Railway at Lytton at 7 a. m.
Monday., Tuenlayp, Fridays, S.iiurdayi-
One hour at noon at Half-way House
Reach Lillooet 5 p. in. Reluming on
Tuesdays, "Wednesdays, Saturdays and
Sundays.   47 miles along the Fiaser.
Beautiful   Scenery.
Special Trips   made.
Write to
P.     REBAGLIATI   &   CO.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
is  the  western  metropolis  of  Canada
and
THE NEWS-ADVERTISER
is the newspaper that you should read |
if  you   want  to  keep  abreast  of  the
times.
Subscription price, Daily, $5.00;
Weekly, 51.00 a year. Send us 25c for
the Daily for a month and see for yourself   what   Ave   are.'
P. O. Bex i.12, Vancouver, B. C.
V
A. G. REBAGLIATI,
LYTTOIST,
GENERAL MERCHANT.
For Sale.
100  HEAD  OF
:Ero~R.:~>r
STOCK
For Breeding* Purposes.
RICU'D HOEY, - LILLOOET
~~BX STAGE.    ;
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
Clinton and wny  points,
MONDAY - WEDNESDAY • FRIDAY |
ALL CARIBOO   POINTS    MONDAY
150-MILK MONDAY AND   FRIDAY!
LILLOOKT MONDAY AND FRIDAY |
NOTICE
Sixty dnys after dale I inlend  to  apply to I
Uie Chief Commissioner of Lands ami Worlds
Victoria, li.C. for permission :o purchase 640
acres of pasture land,  ioiiitiiL'nci|,g at a point j
i abiut i mile north of Hug Like, EmpireValr |
ley, li.C.   -thence 80 chains norlh, thence 80
chains east,   thence Ho chains south, thei
811 chains west in puini of commencement
Dated May ..3, '05, K. II. CARSON
TRAGEDY OFGRAND PRE.
_. Visit to the ScienC of Long fellow's Poi'in
—The  Abstract lt« Opposed lo tlio
Concrete Acndiaim.
A visitor to the homes of the
throat men and women who have
been, done and suffered in their several spheres generally finds that the
supervening inhabitants know nothing of tlie earlier o.c.'upants, and a'e
comfortably innocent of tha fait that
the ground about them is historic
But. the heroine of the Acadian expulsion has not 1 ••j.ui cir signed to
local oblivion. Everyone in and
nbout the neighborhood can point to
the well from which she lifted water,
to the willow trees beneath which
k'iq milked the favorite heifer, to the
place where Basis forge stood; to
the site of the church, of the homo
.-if Father Fclician, and of everything
-I'oven into the poem. The chief of
-I threshing-machine staff showed me
net' footprints near the well. 1 tried
my boots in them, writes S. T. *\\'ood
m The Glolo. Evangeline must have
oeen a very large woman.
I.l'.i-e n t>.    In-  l-.xpnision.
Grand Pre has never really recovered from the effects of the expulsion. Jt consists of n small station,
which the operator lcc'.ts up between
trains. The Flying Muenose ignores
it. but it is honored by calls from
three expresses each way, daily except Sunday. It has; or is, a hotel
from which a man drives down to
meet the trains, and there are several houses which may be included in
It, as it is not incorporated, and
the bounds arc corscrp-ently elastic
Wolfviile,, three miles elong the line,
has appropriated Evangeline and all
tho traditions of Grand Pie, and tl.e
Inquiring visiter is adviisd, if 4ic
rants to go to Grand Pre, to ^'V to
"I'olfville. There is a tow<-~ ?|ore
x-ith hotels, an academy, a maiyil
training school and a young ladTV
seminary. There are liverymen thorX
who diive you to Grand Pre, to Blo-
midon Head, tho mouth of tho Gas-
pcrean, Minas Basin, the dykes: and
all the points of interest. This advice was so persistent and universal
that I got off at Grand Pre.
l'_VMl)_.o_,ilie'_>   .\ ell.
The station agent smiled and pointed to a red pump in an ad.ac.nt
field when asked about Evange ine's
well. The pump looks sadly modern
and utiJ't-iriun. But fer the benefit of those who prefer tri><h in such
matters, it i.s known that the well
was dug, for convenience, by reopening a' caved iu well that had S-Tvod
the Acadian -.illafje of Grand Pre.
The willows, too, are there, tight
massive trunks, gnarled, twisted and
almost falling apait with age,
though the tops are still vigorous.
'They mark the margin where the long
arm from the Basin of Minos once
spread over tlie brown polis'eil mud
fiats at. high tide. But the basin
does not reach within two miles oi
them now, for the dykes built by the
Acadians and maintained by tie present owners have reclaimed and still
prc-erve a broad expanse of about
2,SOU acre-., through w) i h the winding gioovcs of the tidal streams aro
aimlessly threaded, their sloping
sides, once of sea-washed mud.    now
NIAGARA'S RELICS.
Musi uiu   Ik   the Aim of  tlt»   out   Town's
Mislo leal Society—A  Valuable
Canadian (. oil, ei ion.
There an; few places in Canada as
full of the traditions of the past as
Niagara, and the Niagara Historical
Society is doing an important work
in collecting and preserving those Of
a material character. It has chosen
the 17th of September as its anniversary, because on that day in the
year 1792 the first 'Parliament, of
Upper Canada met at Niacara-on-the-
Lake. The settlement was at lirst
called West Niagara, then Butlers-
burg, from the leader of the Ran'_>ers,
whose name has been preserved in
Butlers Barracks. Col. Simcoe, v.lio
wus made the first Governor, chanced tho name again to Newark, and
that became the first capital of Upper Canada. In the short space of
seven years the society has made ono
of the best collections of historical
documents and articles in Ontario;
it has placed eight stone posts to
mark historic spots, and has printed
ten pamphlets, all bearing on tha
early and vital historv of Canada.
Tho credit for the work that has
been done to preserve from oblivion
these relics of the past is chiefly due
to the President, "Miss Janet Carnochan.
There is much doubt as to whero
the first sitting of Parliament was
held, but the weight of testimony is
in favor of the old wooden build ine
still standing and known as Navy
Hall. Tho Parliament first met on
Sept. 17, 1792, and The Upper Canada Gazette published there says
that on June 4, 1793, Governor Simcoe held a levee at Navy Hall And so
.the probability is that Navy Hall
was the meeting place. It is certain
that many of the official documents
of the early part of the yet r wero
dated from the hall. The buildine
is still standing, though in a sadlv
dilapidated condition. The worst
wrench was given bv a faim ir who
used the hall as a stable. Throutrh
the efforts of the .society the attention of the Government wus called
to this, and the farmer was ordered
to vacate, but in doing so he tore
down a portion of one wall in order
to carry out his cattle stalls. If this
is really the lit st. seat ot constitutional Government in Upper Canada, more than tho antiquarian • will
approve of its rescue from destruction.
The stone markers which have bee*
placed are: (1) The site of the first
burial of Sir Isaac Brock, Fort
George, 1812-1824; (2) site of military council nnd Indian council
house; (3) site of Gleaner printing
oflice, 1817, and of Masonic Hall.
1792; (4) site of Government House,
burned in 1812; (5) spot of buriat
of bodies of three soldiers who fell in
battle. May 27, 1813; (6) residence
of Count de Puisaye, built in 1798;
•7) site of Nr.vy Hall and first Parliament House; (8) Court House of
Counties of Lincoln, Wellund and
Haldimand, 1847.
Among the pamphlets which the
society has issued are: (1) Taking of
Fort George by Col. Cruikshank,
edition    exhausted:   (2)  slave rescue,
covered   with a modern crop of   oats ' Fort  Niagara,    centermlttl   poem;   (3)
NOTICE
and liny. Tlie stile at the fence sur-
i rounding the denuded \Plage site is
j worn with the feet of pilgrims, and
j the pump has been saved from demolition only by an inconvenient
ban icado. The willow at tVe end of
the row, the very tree under whi.h
Evangeline sat, is scarcely more than
half the size of the others, its stunted deterioration being dee to the
constant breaking off of twigs nnd
small branches by visiting tourb ts.
Such is human reverence for an imaginary fragment of our common humanity, into whose breast the genius
of a poet has breathed the breath of
life.
Sixty days after date I intend lo apply to die
Chief Commissioner uf Lands and Works, Victoria, B.C. for permission to purchase 640 acres |
of pasture land   commencing ai a stake marl.- j MQgT  RELIABLE  COAST WEEKLY
ed N, E. corner about ■% mile   west ni Hog
Lake and I mile north uf Lone Cabin creek,
Empire Valley B.C,—-thence So chains west,
thence 80 chains south, thence 80 chains east,
thence 80 chains north to point of commencement.
Dated May ~j 'oj. L. J. CARSON
NEWS-ADVERTISER,
WILL COST
with  the  PROSPECTOR,
$1.50 a YEAR   CASH   WITH ORDER
blockade of Fort George, Col. Cruikshank; (4) Memorial to U.E. Loyalists, battle of Queenston Heights; (5)
historic houses; (G) Niagara library.
1800-1820, early schools, by Janet
Carnochan; (7) historic buildings;
(8) family history, by Wm. Kirby,
P.R.S.C.
The collection of the society, numbering over 1,000 articles, is now in
u small room on the second floor if
the old Court House. It includes
books nnd papers printed in Niagara
or relating thereto, starting with
The Upper Canada Gazette of Julv
3, 1794, a large number of portraits,
pictures, maps and drawings which
have proved of great assistance in
settling disputed po'ints of historical
interest, military clothing, weapons,
household utensils, Indian and other
relics. One result of the cneiiietic
president's researches has been to
show that St. Mark's Church was
built in 1804, and not in 1792, as
stated on the brass tablet set in the
wall.
V The  Prospector,
HURRAH  for JAPAN !
To Editor Prospector,
Sir,—It seems to me that
our Government ought to be
making* more endeavors for
immigration. We need tax
payers. If peace 'is made in
the East, a big stampede of
Japanese to Korea will take
place, and possibly 100,000
jof them could be secured for
13. 0. They are industrious
and intelligent, and would
make many waste places to
blossom like the rose. The
lovely, lonely tracts,— along
the Fraser. from Chilliwack
even ;to the Royal City, seem
to cry out for some master
to dress mid keep them. The
river would be all life and
activity, full of sights and
•sounds of business, but now
rippled by an Indian canoe,
er by tlie steamboat run by
the Oic-topus to kill competition, &iVtd serve as a peripatetic ,& ubiquitous bar-room.
l.y raisiua^. .the poll-tax to
$o, a vei.'.5t_<..e of _ a in oil ton
would be aidded. Now that
we are Allies of Japan, there
would be aji im mediate re-;
sponsej perhaps, to any advances, &ud their adventurous spirit rvcoukl lead many
to try flieftr fortunes in this
great lai&d®f promise. As in
their present cramped -confines they Seamed patriotism,
so in this free land they can
learn a Jijauler lesson,—self
government, and give us a
bint or 2. Let the ladies in
too. .        Respectively,
LOCO.
C A PHAIR
General   Merchant
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Outfits and  Guides Furnished to Hunting Parties!
Groceries,  Hardware,    Photo  Supplies,
Dry Goods, Drugs,   Etc.
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GENERAL MERCHANT,
ULLOOET.
EYERYTHING for MI?
FOSTER'S BAR!
Mrs. Young* died on Tuesday,
the 20tli inst, aged 85 years.
She was buried at Rosebanl..
Neatly every person in the neighborhood turned out *, and the
funeral services were conducted
by Rev. Mr. I'tigli ot Lytton.
IU   ~
Arthur H. Martley
Henry Schwartz
IKTT IST T IE IR.S  <3c   aUI~DEB,
Our   terms  ore   equitable.
We Imve a complete outfit.
BJcnheim,
We give you a guarantee.
LILLOOET,
April, '05
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NOTICE
JV,(_~ODC. ItUpK, WOOD-DUCK, and
•l'El_Eil'll.Oi\'E Mineral Claims.
Situate in the Lillooet Mining Division of
I.iiiooet District. Where located, on Cad-
•walladei<:iei.l<,.aiuiilimary of Iiridge Uiver.
T.ike notice ihat I, Leslie Hill, Free Miner's
•cerlifuatc, Na. U £1409 for myself and as
;agent foi LJ. Tw/ler, F.ree Miner's certificate
K ). 11 53182 and L. G. Burns, Free Miner's
certificate No. H^oSoS, iiKend, sixty days
from tlie date Ijertcaf, to apply to the Mining
{Recorder for ft'Ositt^cat'. of Improvements for
■the purpose of Qbuinini>.Crown Grants of lhe
.above claims.
And fur.Llf.er f.r.-Ue notice that action under
section 37 must ibe-commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this Sth«%^f   *i    LESLIE HILL
April, A. D- 49«&.   /
SCHOOL NOTES.
The town and country schools
closed on Friday, June 23rd.
Not one of the three teachers
will re-enter his school. II. L.
riiair is going to the Gold fields
of Nevada, Mr. Mitchell of the
.McGillivray school has left for
the coast; while T. B. Brandon,
will tale up the study of medicine at Toronto University.
At Lillooet the closing exercises
were held tit 11, and visitors
expressed themselves as pleased
with the examinations of the
children. Margaret Marshall received the diplo.wa for deportment, and Nellie Bell for regularity. The Proficiency roll will be
given to the oue obtaining- big-best marks at the Entrance Examination. I). Dickey and F.
j Durban were presented with their
1 entrance certificates. Iu a, few
wof-ds, T. IJ. Brando*! said good*
bye, and the pupils dispersed after giving three hearty cheers.
At the Annual School Meeting
on Satin day, which was well advertised, there were only two
present, tlie retiring te.icl.er und
Trustee Gibbs.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given., that 30 days after
dale, I intend to apj>ly~:u lhe Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works., for permission to
lease 320 acres of pasture land, described as
follows:— commencing at a post west of the
Lillooet-Alexandria waggon road on thc north
line of my lot 62, Lillooet District; thence I
.mile west, ihence a half utile north, thence 1
mile east, thence a half .utile .-couth lo point of
commencement; containing 320 acres.
Dated this oth day *l
-  MICHAEL GILLEN
of May,   1905.     J
This Ih tho Pace standard oleron bar wijp tettee. Coll, sprint, wlro (netoHmped)—ta'-os ar theidsek
ln summer, does not boopmo too tif.li. In winter—regulated "» own tension oil thu timo. P"Ke
uprlnhts in one piece stand a strain 0/ SOO pounds, Common upright. 4plicol .it ench bar broak-at, -O.
poundi.   PatfO Katop. ornamental fenoes, poult rv nettlnff, aro standard tlio world ovor.
The Page Wire Fence Co., Limited, Walker ville, Ont.    St. John, N.E.  Montreal, P.Q. 12
Pajje ^fV oven ^Vire pence
with Its contlnnottfl coll (net crimped) isitho
boKt! htock-holdinB' tonoe mado. Page No.
7 wire stand}aiS.t.'Ol)pound).'strain—common
No. 7 wire only 1.70 > pounds. Common wlro
will not eoil—-it utruicjhtcns out again—It
basil'.  ;i sprint? temner — P;iro wii-o hns.
The Pam W-i-o Fnnce Co., Limited,
WalkevviUn, Oat.
Montreal. P.Q.. and Bt  John, M.B,     11
NOTJCE
Notice is hereby given that, 60 days from
date, I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase 640 acres of mountain pasture Laud
in Lillooel District,  de*cribed as follows:
Commencing at the N. W. comet of Michael Gillen's fence, at the ^9-mile post, on
Pavilion Mountain, Ihence east 160 chains,
north 40 chains, west 160 chains, south 40
chains to initial stake.
RICHARD HOEY.
Lillooet, June 27, 05 The  Prospector.
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Indians camping at tlie lake
bave a little brown bear.
Here's tin item I must, get in,
where the Vancouver World man
will not see it, as be is bound to
have a gold rush here in August.
JacK Arthur panned $11 coarse
gold out of a lucky pan on Ilayl-
more's claim. As a result, the
half mile above has been taken
up by J.M. Jensen, J.E.Johnson,
nnd I). Fraser in partnership. A
lease costs only $75 a year for
2600 l't, and Cayoosh creek is 30
miles long, with good quartz at
the head.
Mr. McDonald returned Monday, to Clinton.
J. Dunlop has become a, director in the Anderson Lake Mining
Co.. having purchased the shares
of T. J... Brandon.
The dredge paid up the many
accounts of long standing-, including Billy Bones, who is look-
ins.' forward to a future delivery
of 450 cords of wood.
The appearance and tone of
the Prospector have not fully recovered from the ordeal of moving the plant to the parsonage.
Sunday school afc 2.30, and
preaching in the evening, by Mr.
Sharp of Ashcroft, who preaches
iifc Pavilion in the morning.
YV. Abercrombie i.s thinking of
making some more improvement
at his residence.
The house lately occupied by
II. M. Babb, has been rented for
the .summer, to George Hurley.
The newly made dredge-master
is named Kirkwood.
A bad combination, a big black
hull and a bit of a boy iu a red
dress, on the same street.
Stanley Marshall is doing some
painting and paper-hanging at
home.
Susan Hurley and Mary Santini, are home for the holidays.
Rebagliati Speeial this evening
with J. W. Tool tind his brother-
in-law, and three prospectors for
Bridge River.
A bunk-house is being put up
for the new dredge at Lvtton.
McDonald and icGillivray, Ltd.
IMPORTERS OF
General   Merchandise,
Clinton  B. C. ■
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EXCELSIOR HOTEL,   ULLOOET.
By George Hurley.
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Under  Entirely New   Management*.
Excellent  Accommodation for Travellers.
A choice and  varied  Assortment of liquors   and cigars,
Good Stabling       —       —      Charges Moderate.
WALTER C. KEEBLE,  PROP'R.
FOR. SALIC.
Encyclopedic Dictionary,—:
6 volumes, cheap.      Call at
my office and examine.
T. li. RtJWoN.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given tlmt I shall at the
expiry of 60 days apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase 640 acres of land, commencing at a
post at the S. E. corner of land applied for by
Alex. McEwen, thence north So chains, east
80 chiins, south 80 chains, west 80 chains to
initial post.
Empire Valley, JOHN McEWEN,
May 13, 1905.
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WHOLESALE    ANI)   RETAIL
RHODODENDRONS,     ROSI'.S,    GREENHOUSE   AND     1IAKDV   PLANTS   FOR   SPRING   PLANTING
CUT FLOWr.RS,   FLORAL WORK,   FERTILIZERS, BEE HIVESjAND SUPPLIES,
EASTERN PRICES OR LESS. CATALOGUE FREE, NO AGENTS
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GOIO WESTM'B ROAD
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NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thai I shall at the
expiry of 60 days apply to thc Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works tor permission to
purchase 640 acres of land, commencing at a
ptist placed at the south east corner of land
applied for by John McEwen j thence north
80 chains; east So chains; south So chains;
west 80 chains to initial [.est.
Empire Valley,
May 13, 1905 THOS.   McEWEN.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given lhat I shall at lhe
expiry of 60 dnys apply 10 the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for permission to
purchase 640 acres of land, commencing nt a
post about one mile up liltle Chum creel; from
its junction with Dig Churn creek, ihence
nonh 80chains, east 80chains, south 80 chains
west 80 chains to initial posl.
ALEXANDER McEWEN
Empire Valley, May 13, 1900.
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JULY I
LYTTON, B.O.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given lhat 1 shall nl the
expiry of 60 days apply to thc Chief commissioner of Lands and Works f.ir permission to
purchase 640 acres of land; commencing at
the south west corner of Lot 465 ;— thence
west 40 chains, north 160 chains, easi 40
chains, south along the lines of Lots 465 and
466  to initial post.
Empire Valley, AUSTIN JANES
May 13, 1905.
fe DOMINION  DAY fe
Will be Celebrated on July  First     Grand Program
of Sports, Including
:b:o:r.s_e2  r.a.ohsto.
W. C. KEEBLE,  Hon. Sec. Sports Committee.
Notice
Notice is hereby given that at the expiry
of 60 dnys from dale, I shall apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase 640 acres of land ;
commencing at ihe S. \V. corner 1 f Lor 463 :
ihence west 40 chains along the lines of Lots
463 and 464; theme norlh 160 chains, east 40
chains, south 160 chains to inilial point.
Clinton, May
23rd,  1900. JOHN COLVIN.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given tbat I shall nt the
expiry of 6.1 days apply to thc Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works for permission to
purchase 640 acres of land, commencing at a
post about half a mile west of lhe north west
corner of Lot 466, thence norlh 80 chains,
east 80 chains, south Sj chains, west So chains
to initial post.
Empire Valley J. S. PLACE.
May 13 1905 >

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