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6 .. _•
THE PROSPECTOR.
Vol. 6. No. 15.
ULLOOET, B.C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1903.
$|.C0 a year.
A GREAT "SCOOP."
|t«.|i Y«t XI.I   .loiii'tiulimu Hhh IU I'oliild
of Superiority.
'Tbe old journalism bng'iis points
superiority o>*cr thu new, snys
flie London Star, lhe Times thu
it her morning had a giuat "sfioop"
|ioiy <>f tlin disastrous defeat of  the
Prnporor of Mo occo by tho Prcten-
ler, and print: d it in the usual
[dace for news from Fez, on the
Tircign rage, with tho plain heading, "Thi; Moorish Itevolt, Sultan's
iVriny Routed." Tho new journal-
Ism would have filled a column with
•leadlines alone. rJ he story conns
from The Times' own correspondent,
jivho got away from F05 ji st in
|ime,  arui    arrived    in    Tangier    on
Saturday     mot ning,    having    liddon
Correspondence
Editor,
"Prospector"
Sir,
One lean in front
the newspapers of tlie  I'rovinee
Hint, Mr. Mncdomdd,  M.IM\ for
Lillooet district is to retire from
lite political urenniii favor of Mr.
Mcl'liillipps of Victoria.    Wlint
quid pro quo in offered   Mr. Mncdoiinld, is not necessnrilyslnt.nl;
( the fuel Hint' n. report of this n.i-
hroucrh    without    chance    of hor.tc -I . • ■ ..  . ■ ,     „   ,
md tho last ..0 miles    without ha^ , """e '. lMI,,l,d-V »>»'<.«> "»«' "° ^
ninl (riven makes the stiilenient
apparently authentic. Onr mem-
^y%mmymwaw^y^7¥,
ii      LOCAL NEWS       >
C. Shephnrd hns purchased the
liouse occupied until recently liy
T. Brett.
J. Jensen has taken ti|> the duties of bookseller for a, To; on to
publishing bouse.
It.H. Brett hns beeu appointed
traveller for an Eastern nursery
stock linn.
■ing.     The  tot respondent  in  que-tirn
lis Mr.  Walter    Ii.  Hai lis,  the    well-
known traveler and author, who has
[throughout   kept    The   Times excep-
ltionally well informed of the progress of this Moroccan trouble,   and
Iwho has had    more than one    inter-
Ivicw with the Emperor himself.   Mr.
[Harris was reputed, just a year ago,
[to have been attacked    and     robbed
[by Arabs in the interior of Morocco, but that story fortunately piov-
[ed to be unfounded.    He has written
Iseveral books on Morocco and Wcst-
[•ern Asia, and accompanied Sir Ar-
t.hur Nicholson's Special Embassy to
; Morocco iii 1896. He married a
daughter of tho fourth Fail of Mex-
borough, whose second daughter
married the Prin'e Lowenstein   W'er,-
thein,   who  disappeared  so    mysteri-   ., ,  .. ,     .
ously three years ago, and    was af-   ,lle most, bullous; surely lie  call
terwards     reported  to     have    fallen J not forget this; something fs due
while   fighting     as     an    adventurer
ber-elect may be too busy to pny
attention to the rumor, or Ihe
serious meaning thereof, but lie
cannot be altogether ignorant of
the mailer. A very decided feeling ou the matter prevails here.
Mr. Mncdoiinld is well acquaint,
ed with the needs nntl requirements of the entire dislricl; he
wns elected by acehiiiinlion lo
our Legislative Assembly, nn
honor  rarely  bestowed  even  lo
against the Americans in the Philip,
pine war.
A USEFUL CAMERA.
•Photographic Apparatus to Tnke Pictures
or Invisible Objects.
As photography is employed to assist
the astronomer in detecting the existence
of the stars in the heavens which could
not be seen by the naked eye with the
aid of the telescope, so it is also used to
secure accurate enlarged reproductions of
minute objects which are revealed to man
only by the aid of the microscope, says
the San Francisco Chronicle.
This development of the art of photography is of great assistance, not only to
the microscopist, but also to the pathologist and histologist. A photomicrographs
apparatus, as it is called, hns been invented by O. G. Mason, secretary of the
American Microscopical Society, which
win be used for making negatl.es showing objects with a magnification of 15,000
times.
The apparatus is very compact, being
only about two feet in length, but will
receive an objective of any power and
photograph the most minute objects. The
images arc produced on a plate three and
one-quarter by four and one-quarter
inches. It is mounted on a single base
"board, so that the apparatus may be
shifted at the will of the operator.
To the standard of a misc.rose.ope the
camera box is attached in sueh a way
that the box can be placed horizontally
or inclined at any desired angle, like a
telescope or microscope itself. Thus adjustments can he made providing for
nny required distance between the objective and the sensitive plate, so that the
desired amplification may be readily
secured.
The mechanictl stage is operated by
the small chains which extend along the
sides of the frame of the apparatus, and
the rotation of the objective polariscoue,
etc., and tha focusing is affected by rods
extending toward the rear of the camera
box. By its means the operator, seated
at the camera, can manipulate the instrument for focusing or Miarohing the
Held for any particular objeot.
his coustiti eucy iu return, and
au emphatic denial to (his offensive report should immediately
be given. The report is decidedly
offensive iu many ways. Lillooet
District is not a pocket one, neither is the intelligence of the voter obsequious to the personality
of anyone, nor even to the extreme I'itrtisaiiship of l_iheri.ls
or Conservatives. The character
of the electorate may be fairly
judged, in many respects, by its
representative, Conservatives,
nnd a good majority of Liberals,
are proud of the position Mr.
Mncdoiinld litis attained. Who
seeks Mr. Mcl'liillipps? It mny
be one Mac is nsgood us another
but l.illoeot wishes no change,
nor is this division envious lo be
represented by nny member of
the legal fraternity. The country
would be iu n heullhiernnd more
prosperous condition todny if the
lawyers hnd liii.. less to do with
framing the laws of the land, uud
reserved their siren wind bags to
the couliiiesofthe legal chambers
where the value of coal oil is well
considered. Mr. Macdonald promised to fulfil, to the best of his
ability, without fear or favor,
the duties pertniiiiugtohis office.
The" dist rict expects no more, but
in tbe meant hue his uttenti'Ui is
called to the offensive report.
1 remain
CONSERVATIVE.
l'osl muster Clark hns resigned
his office, nnd'will leave town
next week for the Boundary
country.
Join* Williams, who hits been
working iu (iiriooo during the
summer, retu. ned t o Lillooet
this week.
John Marshall, Jimr. left town
Inst Wednesday to attend the
V uncoil ver Conime'rciul College.
Government Agent I'hnir i s
absent from lown this week ou
official business up the Cariboo
road.
J. Dickey is making considerable improvement to the interior
of his house.
A Fanner's Instil tile meeting
will be held iu Ihe Santini Hall,
next Monday evening. A number of practical addresses will be
delivered.   Everybody  welcome.
At the meeting of I.ilieral.Conservatives in town Inst Monday,
A. W. Smith, vV. J. Abercrombie,
J. Dunlop, .1. Marshall, E. Taylor, W. Durban, T. Ilrett, nnd J.
Smith, were elected delegnles to
the Kn mloops (Jon ven tion on the
29th.
The Elmore oil process of oie
concentration is a success.
—00-
I'resident Diaz, of Mexico, wns
shot sit Inst Tuesday, but the
aim wus poor.
—00— u"
Cities am doing much damage
in Grent Britain.
—00—
The city of Torantolia.il snow
storms this week.
—Oil—
Balfour's Biitish Cabinet is regaining strength.
—oo—
The bye elections i u Ontario
are leaving the political parties
as before.
—oo—
The daily papers urge the gov
eminent to purchase Greenland
lest the UnitedSlalesoblain possession.
—oo—
Commander I'eary is soliciting
fluids to form another N o r I h
I'ole expedition.
—oo—
Dowie snys thnt he will maintain   lhe common  law,  which
gives the right to be born and lo
die without medical ntleiiilnn-.e.
—00—
Boer nud   British  residents iu
South Africa hnve formed a syn
d'Citle to exploit a show of the
spectacular features of the late
war.
—^10—
Mr. and mis. Cumming reiurned
Inst Monday  from   their visit It
Pavilion.
this
havu
his
and
A Wonderful Athlete.
Some time ago we expressed aston
i~.hnu.nt ut the performance of Prebendary Wobly-Peploe, who in
month's Quiver, is said to
jumped from ti sick-bed, won
event, in ibe university sports,
then returned to bed, and '•remained
on 1 is back for the next, twelve
months," A letter from Mr. ".Yebb-
I'cploe assnies us that Ihi.. is in the
main accurate, but an undor-statc-
meiit. lie did i; twice, and won tho
high jump ami diving and swimming
i:i the into \ als of a three years'reclining—not exactly in bed, but on a
sofa. "Where 1 went the spinal couch
went," writes Mr. Webb-Peploe. And
to the spinal couch came even the
Cambridge examiners to pr.ss him
through his examinations to ilis degree. It was a notable triumph of
mind ovir mattor, and wo are glad
to get continuation of these extraordinary exj loits from their door.—
London Chronicle.
Kiplinir a ."mul <>t Pie.
Kudyurd Ki; ling, it appea'"s, is
fond «| apple pie baked on tbe American syrtem. To gratify his taste a
glass rolling pin s;>c ially used in
the manufactuie of these pics has
just been forwa ded to tbo novelist
from Wanamakcr s. The glass loll-
irg pin has among o ber advantages the me it of always being
sweet rn'l (lean, and of bong hollow
so that it can be filled with ice to
cool the pie crust. When Mrs. Kin-
ling, wbo is an American, ' was in
that country lirst summer, she greatly admired this coi t i an e, ; n 1
knowing that her husband ai d chi 1 !-
ren wee fond of American pics, de-
ti'led to get them tie next fcc-t
thing by h«_> in? h.r p:es made with
an Anieii-an loliing pin.
It is persistently reported that
A.W. Smith hns been offered the
Conservative nomination for the
District of Ynle-Curiboo. It seems
us if some people nre determined
not to allow him a well-earned
rest.
Mr. nnd Mis. A.W. Smith  liave
returned from ('Union.
There slill continues a. run of
soc I. eye salmon. Although the
run is slow, yet it is probable
thnt fully two millions of eggs
will ne hatched thissenson at the
Seton Luke hatchery.
We tire pleased to learn lhat
the hydraulic machinery recently
installed by W.W. Brown, nt the
North Fork pincers is g i v i n g
great satisfaction, and is n surprise to ull who have seen it tit
work.
Hunting   pnrties continue  lo
nrrive ill  lown,   and already the j
season is a record breaker for lhe1
number of hunters for big game.!
.VANTEIV-SEVEKAI,   PERSONS CE   Cil A It—
adur and good leptitatton in Oteh state (mic
In iIti» county required! to represent Hnd advertise old-established wealthy business liouse
of solid tinam-lal Standing. Salary $21,00 weekly with expenses additional, all payable in
ensh dlreel each Wednesday from head ollices.
Horse ami carriage funi sited when nocesBaiy.
References. Enclose self-addressetl envelope.
Colonial, &.'2, Deal bom St. Chicago.
The  McMillan Fur & Wool t.o.   Iihv
placed their thenar of Oct, 12th on liie
it our olfice for reference.   Tl is i hup*.
was established  a quarter .if n n* r.ttiiy
ago, und on aetoinit of llieir txtei.sivei
biHne-s, tbey are in   a   position 10 pay I
hi*_li  price*.    Shippers liml  their   tlenl-
i gs with thein very satisfactory.
On Dnflirhi terrace.
On wai in evenings one sees crowds
of | e iple in holiday attire wending
their way to Duffeiin Terrace, Quebec ( ity, ur.d every electiie car hns a
sign i.i ft ont. announcing in bold type,
"Con ert stir la Terraise ce Soir,"
which means thut on the terrace thc
famous military band from tho barracks will i.l.iy, and thut one mist
go early to avoid the rush and get, a
good seat.
A Pati ian touch is given to the
scene b.v the rows ol* tables outsido
the chateau on tbe terrace, whom
parti s tif ft lends, gayly chattering
French, sipping from a demi-tasse,
listening to thc music and watching
the promennders, reach the zenith of
their enjoyment, for nil the; world
like their lirst cousins who enjoy tbo
same pleasures in the cal s of thu
Quartir 1 atin or along the grand
boulevards of the French capital.
Sober, se bite English pi'n|.le, jaunty, convivial Americans, French girls
"VOarlllg all the colors of Ibe lain-
now, an occasional lonthory-sH.rr.crt
Indian, nnd "Tommy Atkins," in bis
gay sent let coal, saucy cup uiul
lightly twirling a slick (making eyes
at every prett,, girl he mo.'ts), constitute the throng of Which one
Spool'8 when saying t'lutt 'till QuG-
bec is oul on the terrace to hear tbe
music this evening,"
It's a cosmopolitan crowd, ami a
merry one. too; all are good-humor^
ed, and the music (to which, il must
be confoised, distance lends encbani-
ment) evidently meats wiih tbeir approval, as tin occasional exthmint i n
of "MngnlMqudl" "Thai iti_.it !" nr
"(.'Yst belle intt.itpic, lu, n'esl io
pas'?'" is heard  in pttssit,..
Wli. !'«■ II.* Col tin' I.l, a.
"There tire sermons in .tone*," nmsM
the minister. '"Thnt gives ine an idea."
he tulc.ec. to himself, and then he went
to his stud;-.
The next Sunday he preached OB (he
sin of weaving diamonds. THE  PROSPEGTOT., LTLLOOET, B.C., OCTOBER 31, 1903.
THE   PROSPECTOR.
PUBLISHED   EVERY    SATURDAY    I
AT LILLOOKT, B.C.
BY THE  I'KIMPBGrOK  PUIII.ISIIINU   COMl'ANY.
I
THE   PROSPECTOK Is the only paper published in the Lillooet District, und i.s ail home
Printed.
Subscriptions: Due Dollar a veiu'in advance.
Advertising rules made known oil application,
Correspondence is invited on all inn tiers ot
public or local Interest.   All it limitations
must be accompanied by  tbe  iiatiio   ol   tlie
writer, bul nol necessarily for publication.
Science and Religion.
Seldom lias science pnitl higher tribute to religion tli.in
in the recent iittenuices of Lord
Kelvin nt tlie University Co I lege,
in England, nnd proli;il.l,y ill no
more opportune moment tli tin nt
tlie present could tlicy Imve been
mnde.
Lord Kelvin wnscalled upon to
move it vole of thanks Io Prof.
Henslow, who had delivered n
lecture on "J'reseut-dn.y Ibilion-
nlisu)," and its hi.s Lordship's re-
iiuirks hnve been thest bject oT it
good (len.1 ofcoiimieiitin tlie daily
press, Lord Kelvin litis been good
enough lo give to the public tt
transcript of what he said:—
I am is thorough s\mpathy with Pio-
fes8or Henslow in the fundamentals of
liie lecture; but I cannot tiduut tint,
wilh regard lo tbe oii_?in of life, science
neilln r affirms nor denies Cteatie
Powtr. Science positively affirms Creative power. It is not in iltad matter
tbat we live ami move and have out
beinfr, bin in the creating and direct! g
Power which science compels us lo accept as an article of belief. We cannot
escape froth that conclusion when «t-
8tinly the sui'] rt of the physics ami dynamics of living anil dead matter all
around, Modem biologists aie coming,
1 believe, once more to a linn acceptance
of something beyond mere gravitational,
chemical, and physical force.-; aiuhhai
unknown thing is a vital principle. We
have an unknown ohjtct put befote ns
in science. In thinking of that object
we are all agnostics. We onlv know
God in His works, hut we ate absolute ly
forced by ecience to believe wiih ier-
fect confidence iu a Directive Power—in
an influence other than physical, or ily-
namical, or electrical forces.
Between religion nnd science
there is no enmity. Lord Kelvi n
expresseshiinselfdistincfly in this
respect, lie says: Science is not
antagonistic to religion. Science
makes one feel a miracle in himself."
Science litis been lhe most
dreaded foe of superstition, antl
rightly so. May it ever continue
the same. But superstition is
not religion, and it is refreshing
to hear what our greatest living
scientist has to say on a subject
so profound.
W.E.A8HWELL.
Middle-class Drinking.
We must not fall into the
blunder which nssmes t he
besetnients of strong drink to
chiefly concern lhe working classes. Tlie niercentile and professional chisses make 118 large a
contribution to the drunkenness
of lhe nation iis the rest in proportion to their numbers. The
Incurables,' many of I hem, Imve
dropped down from high places,
hit ve gone down from our very
side, into the raging' flood, and
landed in ignominy and rnin.
How Old is Ann?
We intended to allow  thte
question to pass by, bill
it won't pass. On the street, in
Hie store, above the din und confusion caused by latest news
from the Kamloops (Jon vent ion.
one hears the question: 'How ol
is Ann?"   See page 4-. '
IS YOUR HEALTH
WORTH
A.   $
TO
I"V
IS YOUR HEALTH
WORTH A$ TOU?
$ THE  GREAT   $
One Dollar Plan
HOW  ALL SICK PEOPLE O.VN  BE
CTJR13D ON THIS SIMPLE LOW-FEE
PLAN. THE IL ST TREAT. IE NT I'OR ONLY ONE DOLLAR.
The purpose of this advertisement is to explain to the rentiers
of this pap t how this cm he done, how we can tteat patients
for onlv $1.00 per month.
In the first place we feat from live hundred to seven hundred hy mail. Our mail order system of trea'itin patients is the
largest in lhe United States. We buy all onr dm,.*, etc., at
wholesale, and compound at,d put up all onr medicine., hence,
some idea may he formed of the enormous linsim--- carried o.i.
From the day tliis plan was adopted, it has -lead iy cowii and
developed, and its p .pul iritv i- .■ vi'Viiccd by the hundreds who
have availed llienieeives of the opportunity to >•>• ennanently
benefitted and cure I at the nominal rue of
ll.oo a Month.
Our method of treatment is -tihtiy up to date. .'very case is
given a thoro'un tlia_;ii >-.!-., an I tne -a ue "lose -itidy and attention t iroii_,hoit ilie course of treatment "J if it wei'e vi-dled daily.
We a.k tuir pafents to wrile ns their condition fully and ofien,
ami in thl. way we tire kept in elo.e touch with .-aeh new symptom as it develops 0 tr if 1.00 u mon h man ms no .peiial
offer feature of a single montb, but is _o~l for any mouth in tlie
year. It is a regular plan. It Ins proved .1 successful plan to
onr p.uitMitsiUid 10 tn. Suid in 1 eo npie'e ii v of yonr case
witli one dollar, and heuin tieatui'Mii at once. Remember we
will furnish eonirlete tlit no-is of your cn-e, tuid furnish all
inetli nnes, appli i'ute-, l-tc, nee. sa trv lo -a fid tiontli's 'raiment f -r the viv low lee of $1.00. OAN YOU AFFORD TO
OVERLOOK THIS PLAN? T e rich and e po r al ke have
end.ir.ietl it. Toe ar.-aier the nuii.her nf 11 icii-, the greater
the popularity of the pla .
Private Diseases.
Stricture,
All of these d sea. es Healed until eun-d on ihe "one tl liar
plan." If you a c- sick ami suffering, ami need -xpett treat-
me i, do notdelav, but « lite to ... at onee. D lav isdanpeioiy>.
D_ not let your iliseuse g 1 to > far advanced. O ire yourself il
iis early'stages and vou will save jomsel'f yeaisol suffering,
The 1 tiger ton let il run Ihe longer it lakes a-\d ilie harder it
is to cure, Dinot experiment with patent ■■ edicine-. Don't
be robbed by frauds who promise auvilting and aecouiplisb no-
thing Thev are here toilav am1 away tomorrow. We are established .27 years) md n^p uisible, fin iiicially mil professionally, Ineompeient pliyei ian. may not onlv swindle yon, hut
thev may ruin your system, lu many of our metropolian 1 paper's ynu often lee ailvertis-men's offering fr e cures, free prescriptions, service Dee till cured, ami long article of tlie tnus
effected ny some pa ent medicine . These mil numerous other
su ernes tire lor the sole purpose ofgnllinu the public, and em ic.h
some per ons or firm who have not even a physician among
them. Ot ters advertise leslimonia's nf persons they have cured
after evervtlungelse bus failed.    We usk no names ok im.ii_.onk
wm> HAVE BEEN TKEATEDOR CUKED BY IS SeORI 0Y IS OCR MOTTO,
AND ~K HO NOT PLACE ANY CONFIIU.NC1. IN ANY TESTIMONIALS C8I.J.
I'.Y PHYSICIANS WHO MAKE DtSKAHES PECULIAR TO MEN A SPECIALTY,
BEOAUKE WE KNOW FKO.M EXPERIENCE THAT MEN WILL NOT ALLOW
THEIR NAME.! USED FOR TII.8 PURPOSE. __>■_..
We advertise, but under no ■ on. ideration do we offer false in-
ducements to gain patronage. We welcome inve l gatitm, hut
dtspi.e dishonest melhotls and will not cater to lho-e Who do
not. o.ite to patronize us because «e tlo not offer some catchpenny st heme. ,        ,     ,.       ,       ,•• .      ,
The doctors of this Institution have been healing the afflicted
for over a quarter of a century.   Tuey are graduates from the
best medical colleges of iw itinrn.s.    Their experience   has
heet. wide and searching. Tm'ir skill is bavond dispute. Their
integiity i_unqae.tlM_H.-le. Their reputations as physicians is
above ."epioiu.li. They are the foes of disease, the enemies of
pain, maulers of all chronic and other ailments.
200.000 Weak men ctiietl. Reader! are yon a victim? Have
vou lost hope? lias von. Muni heen diseased? Onr New Me hod
"ONE DO I LAR A MONTH" tieatnient will une con. What it
has done for Oilier, it lias done for o'hers it a ill do for you.
Consult Us About Your Case Without Cost.
*#
We invite vou to consult u- freely without charge. We deal
with our patients in an honorable nnd straight forward manner
and court the clotest li.V--.liW1 Ion of our method.. If you cannot see us personally write us fully about, your case.
Send fl 2'. st. mp io pav postage on our book, "A WARNING
VOICE" for men onlv, tliat.~llo.V8 how strength is lost ami now
it may he reuaitieil.   It 1. sent securely sealed in plain envelope.
All correspondence and packages sent In plain .wrappers
without marks to indicate contents.
Address:
W. H.SAUNDERS & CO.
D'pt. A. 1457,
I'.nglewood Sia.
Chicago, 111.
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t
full stock of General Merchandise aid MiiiJ
ers Outfits are o n hand.
,T. Dunlop, General Merchant, Lillooet, 15.(J
REPEATING  RIFLES
repeat. They don't jam, catch, or fail to extract.
In a word, they are tlio only reliable repeaters.^
Winchester rifles are made in all desirable
calibers, weights and styies; r.nd are plain,
partially or elaborately ornamented, suiting every
purpose,  every   pocketbook,   and   every  taste.
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EXPENSIVE  BRASS BANDS.
I
ii.r
seventl
contest
Ten   Tli-iusiiuil   Diillai'H   Paid
JelVfU'd Ctll'lltit.
[he Writer wns reepntly accorded the
lvili'!_i' of n peep into ilif niusauni at-
f.hi'd to fhf factory of one of the largest
•ins of brass instrument innksrs in Lon-
Jh. Here nre to be seen types, facsimiles
I.l ntodt'l' of every Uintl of .musical in-
piiuriir that the mind of  man hits ever
is:';i, invented or Kroducefl.
|In one corner is n duplicate of what is
lirvi.il fo In' the most   costly   presenta-
[>n comet ever produced.    It   w.is made
I the  order of the lute czar   of  Russia
lil is of   stei in};   silver,   richly graven
Ith various devices,   among   which the
pus of the imperial house of   Romanoff
fiirit conspicuously.    The   .vhole  of the
liiii.mentiit.ion is of beaten   gold   filigree
firk, and the "bell"   of the   instrument
thickly   inci'usted   with   rubies   and
liH'i'tiltls.   Its   net   value is a trifle over
ion,) guineas.
J A melancholy interest attaches to a
littered and blood stained bugle which
rus picked up on the field of Isandlwann.
fri addition to the dark patches, which
Jrere once splashes of wet bloo.t, sundry
fragments of woolly hair were adhering
Li the bell of the instrument when first
Bund, a pretty conclusive indication that
the gallant owner had used it in a las;",
{asperate effort to beat off his relentleii
foes. It may be that some ebony skinned
l'til_i still wanders about with an indentation in his skull whom it would be
lliflicult to convince that "music hath
[harms."
Near to this interesting relic is a facsimile of a set of drums which were
Lnade for the new Rhodesia horse. The
leculiarity lies in tho fact that the casm
lire of aluminium, a precaution rendered
Secessary by the number of white ants
fhat infest that country. The other instruments are of brass, silver plated, and
the whole band cost some £350.
The above is, of course, a comparatively modest turnout.    For   the real gorge-
Busness in brass bands it is  necessary to
aspect some of the costly   and   magnifl-
•'■nt sets of instruments  turned   out  for
[■astern potentates.    The   bands   of even
,'to smartest of our   crack   cavalry   corr.«
_ absolutely not in it, so far tis elegance
appearance is concerned, with the pri-
.to bauds of some of our India tributary
If.i'in.■,"',   although   probably   the    latter
mil have to give   the   Tormer
joints il it came   to   a   musical
Haetrwoen them.
The private band of the rao of Cutch,
[(or instance, cost originally £900, and
Ijnost of the instruments are renewed
[every four or five years. The tiger skin
Jused by tho roa's big drummer, which
(was sent over here to be prepared and
'.mounted, was taken from an animal
killed by his highness and measured over
1 feet in length. It is lined throughout
[ with heavy corded crimson silk, and the
I brute's eyes are simulated by a pair of
big yellow diamonds.
Another very fine band was made three
years ago to the order of the late shah of
Persia. All of the Instruments were of
pure silver—which, by the way, does not
give forth so good a sound as brass, besides being far heavier to handle—inlaid
■with gold. The total cost of this band d.
luxe was a trifle under 3,000 guineas. A
•very different kind of hand was tha*
made last year by the same lirm for tho
"Mimkish Indians, a tribe cf savages living near Alert bay, In British Columbia.
lhe hand Is nearly all drum, and the
mouthpieces of the few brass instrument*
fire tipped with india rubber, to obviate
the inconvenience of applying metal to
the lips in a temperature of some 30 to
40 degrees below zero.
A curious order waa received n short
Time ago from the emperor of Marocoo,
It was for 80 clarinets for one hand. A*
lhe instruments in question were all in
»ne key it is probable that the\ were to
he played in unison. Th« effect upon aa
'average man of 80 band clarinets blown
■imultaneoiisly would probably be to
■reafe in him a wild desire hi tnke t*
The vFnods .ni b. came an aborigine,
liven to iiiMWglne such utt oar pferciag
_emhiaiuK.a sett Olie'l ttfWJtaat't.M (_Hiv-
• .-Inji;. —L«_*•* __n_YT*j~».
xiie Late Aiciibisiiop of Canterbury.
A peculiarity of the lute Archbishop of Canterbury, whi.h I have n it
peon  referred  to in any  of  his obitu-
itiie.s,  wus  the extraordinary  harshness and rasping character     of    his
Mike,  a peculiarity of which  ho wus
well tiwuie and concerning which he
was  wont  to   tell  all sorts  of  uinus-
ing stories, among others one to the
effect, ihat on a Sunday evening, liav-
i.it.      slipped    into a back  pew of a
j opcl.il'  church   in  the  east     end    of
London, and joined in tho singing of
a Moody and Sankcy hymn from    a i
hymn  hook  wli.li  had been extended  J
10 him friendly fashion by u labor- i
ing  man,  ihe latter,  at  tho end   of j
Um first verse, drew awny the hymn |
I ool<  from him,  gave him  n  dig    in
Uie ii s with his elbow and  remarked in a, loud whisper:
"Mere, dry up, mister, you're
s.siiiliii'  tie .'how."
Nov have I seen it men 11. hum I Unit
Uie lito archbishop wns descended
iu a direct, lino from l.ntl.v (Indiva,
.'o famous in connection wl li her
(le.ol.'to ride through the streets ol
Coventry, The old archbishop wag
proud nf tliis ancestry, at will ns ol
the fact that be was entitled to licai
the snme coat of ai'ljis as her hus
band, Leofric, Karl oi Mei'cia,
quiso do Fontenoy,
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GOLD AND MARBLE.
Somo   lten.Hrkal.l-i   t'rtve*   In   -New   South
Wales, Aiisttiiliti —I xplotatiiiii Is
Now Syglemiil U\
About seven teen miles from Goul-
tmrn, the metropolis ot tlie southern
portion oi .New South Wales, is iln-
s./inewhat picturesque township ot
lipngonia, pleasantly sitiiuled tin the
bank of a wide creek, whim, who
three others—ihe Yae<iiia, Spiiug'
I'ond, and Tenant—will.in a short
distance of each other, ,;km t in making the district one of an exceptionally fertile character. Many parts of
thc listiiel ii re aiiiferotis, ai tl some
day will be found richly productive.
Tho Marulan country, in which Bun-
gonia is situated, has long been regarded us one of tho future centres
of the gold mining industry in the
state. In some places the limestone
formations are of considerable extent, and in the masses of limestono
rock, at some points yielding marble
eijual to any imported from Italy,
that obtained from thc vicinity of
Marulan township being unsurpassed
in beauty and quality are several
groups of caves, of which only a portion have been explored.
systematic* Exploration.
Practically, the work of exploration was not systematically commenced until wi.bin ,the last few
years, owing to the dangerous character of the undertaking, visitors being content with entering the mouth
of what may be regarded as the principal cave system, pie ing into tho
murky dariness beyond. The entrance chamber, the roof of which is
about 80 feet above the ground, is
known as the belfiy, from its conical shape. From here a shaft, some
1.50 feet in de, th, is descended by
means of a witu.le s and rope, the
water-worn and lis' etl appearance
of tho si.I' s of tie h ll't beating evidence to the ch. s.i! naving been periodically at no distant date the
scene of an immense subterranean
waterfall. Proceeding along one of
two passages a couple of large chambers are traversed, after which, pass-
in.' a distance of -00 feet, two more
cham "iSi filled with beautiful stalactites, are entered. Beyond here the
cave opens out into what may be
termed an Immense natural tunnel at
le st 300 fo t in len t-i, and, in
places, 100 .eet in height, and 50
feet in width
The side walls are vertical, and the
roof semi-ci'ciilar, the whole, on account of the smooth and true surfaces everywhere presented, bearing
the appe. ranee of having been chiseled out by man. At this point the
led out by man. At this point tho
work of exploration has ceased for
the present. The second passage,
running from the bottom of tho
sha't, although not very extensive,
contains some interesting stalagmite basin-like growths. which
have fi r.ned in a series of terraces
on the lower portions of the walls
and floor, and, as would appear to
1)0 very fro { icntly the case, each row
of basins is filled with pure water,
which, dripping into the next series,
and so on till it reaches the lower
depths, presents a pretty sight.
Anotlivr (irout tut..
Another cave formation in the same
neighborhood has also been partially
explored. It is entered through an
opening in the face of the rock, about
200 feet above the base, the cn-
tranre, from twenty to forty feet in
height, and averaging ton feet in
width, extending a distance of nearly 1,000 feet. From tho same landr
ing ti rough, craggy chasm and water extend easterly nearly 1,200 feet,
tin- roof being tit ti height of from
thirty feel to one hundred feet. Iler#
tire to be seen myiiads of stalactites,
of nil shapes, sc\i'riil being over ten
fe-i iu length, For n distance of
'.um feet there are n series of drops
uf from lour  to live feet ,;i
lirltlxli   Vine Drinking.
Tho consumption of claret In Groat
Britain,   which  grew  pretty  steadily
after  the French commercial    treaty
negotiated by Mr. Cobd,en   in 1861,
would seem to have received a check.
The importation of still wines   from
Frame has fallen off by 807.000 gallons.    The sales of Burgundy,   Sau-
tcrne and ChabJI. have not materially  varied, anil the deficit is entirely
attributable to the comparative   neglect of claret.    In spite of war     in
the  lirst   live  months     of  1!'02     and
high  taxation,  there was an increase
in the consumption of champagne of I
nearly   20,000   gullons.     Thp   tied in. i '
of   claret   lias   naturally   been   follow- j
od by an inert .T-e in tho drinking of |
port.    The  importation of this wine
has Increased liy 83,000 gallons, and j
if Dr, Johnson's dictum bo true that !
claret  is    the    drink for boys     and j
port v, im* for men. wo oughtj I suppose,  says ti   London correspondent,
Lo rejoice nt tho change.     All   good
patriots wi.l    be ghul to learn that j
tho importation of German wines haa
fallen  off,  and they  will   be equally
delighted to hear thtii   there lias been
a growth in the consumption of'Australian    wines    of over 1250,000 gal-
luna.
Lillooet District
is
Attracting Attention
on account of
i. Its Fraser River Placers.       ^^
As far back as tlie year 1858, successful placer mining was carried on at Horse Beef
bar, neat-the town o~ Lillooet. Thc adjoining ground is being worked with profit at
the present time,
A company is now working a gold dredger on the Fraser, with gratifying success, and
a new company has been formed with a capital of $350,000, to operate an improved
dredge near the town of lillooet.
2. Its Promising; Mineral Lands.
Anderson lake and BRIDGE itiVEU mining properties will prove themselves sufficient tp
form a prosperous camp. Yet there are miles of territory that remain unprospected,
3. Its Fishing and Hunting GroundS'<?^
Increasing numbers of tourists from all parts of the globe testify that the sportsman's
Paradise is lure. Mountain sheep, bear, deer, and all kinds of large and small game
abound. Anglers find tlie lusty trout where least expected, and fresh salmon cease to
be a luxury.
4. Its Salubrious Climate.<^~^
In tin; dry belt, and at an altitude that renders the seasons temperate and equable,
the climate is most suitable I'or health-seekers. Semi-tropical fruit maybe grown, and
at tbe present time, November, rosebushes and geranium plants may be seen in bloom
in tbe gardens of tbe town
Nearest Kailway towns are ashoroft and lytton, on the Canadian pacific railway.
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How Old is Ann?
THE PROBLEM -Mary is 24 years
oil. Mary is twice ns old as Ann was
when Mary was as old as Ann is now.
How old is Ann?
De.it- Mr. Editor,
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wns 8. Eight years nl'ler, (Hint
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Just So.
A clerg'yintiii-wtis heitm* shaved
hy a burlier who wns nddieted to
occti.sionn,l sprees, 'rm' razor
jntuiiptllntor cut t It e parson's
Jnce quite considerably.
■'You see Sain, thnt conies From
taking too inucli drink'' snid lhe
clergy inn ii.
"Ves, sail, replied Sam, it mnke
the skin very teiiduh, snlt, it do
lorn, i'n ck." Ex.
A Bright Pupil.
This story is told of a lenchei
in a l'ine Creek School. The lesson wns on the circulation of the
blood.
"If I stand on iny head," said
llie tencher byway of illustration
"the blood rushes to iny head,
doesn't it?"
Nobody contradicted her.
"Now," she coii.Lilll.eil, "when
I slnnd on my feel, why doesn't
the blood rush to my feel?-'
"Because," replied a y o ti t li.
"your Feet ain't empty."
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After day with such lenilrle .
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good remedy In he had, Sonic
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lu he Inken, luij «e put up tt
simple powder whii.li relieves
lhe hendiiche :;! otice wiljidul
having nny had ell'eCIs tipo'n llie
system. We call this prepnnil-
inii Mnllery'sHeiuhiche Wai ers.
'Ihey are pill lip, one dozen 01
a hox al 25 cents.' Nol had to
ial*e and they certainly hring n
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MINING lONCINLLKS ANT) ASSAYLPS,
Vancouver, B.C.
'.established, 1890.
Assay worlfofnll descriptions itiitlertulteti.     Tests innile ti|t to ^tooo His.    A speciftlJ
imitle nf checking   smelter   pulps.    Samples   from   llie   Interior by   Mnil  or   ISxpr
ptoinplly nlti ntletl  to.    Correspondence    solicited.
Blacksmith Supplies
We carry tlie largest and best stock in B.Cl
Including: Bar Iron, Cast Steel, Spring Steel, Tire Steel,
S.S, STEEI., TOE CALK STEEL.
GAJTIER TOE CALK, HORSESHOE   IN IRON AND STEEL,
PENDER    •• .. HORSE NAll S,
CARRIAGE AND TIRE BOLTS,      SQUARE IHI ! S IN BLACK AND TAPPED
HORSE RASPS,   ETC.,   ETC.. |
Stile Agents l-'or Y.\I.I'IX ITM'.'.S   High (itHile CAKKIACK VAKNISlI.
MAII/OUIIKI.'S RKOKIVKOIH!  I'llOML'T ATIKN'I'K IN.
McLennan, WIcFeely & Co Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Merchants
122 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B C.
 iJllllhS  mi  Kill oi Silling plaiil,!"!
BURRARD SANITARIUM;
HALL-TELFORD CO'Y ^  S°°(lS' i>,J,nts'
LIMIIHD' < Trees
1Q10-1016 GEORGK STREET      ? ">
VANCOXjyEB, JB. C.
A new and ih )i'oii(rhly equipped
privHte lio^pi nl specially udtipted
for Snr(rlcni uml lilectrical Treat-
merit, witli superior nccomoiln-
lion lor Lying-itl (.uses. Only
trained muses employed
MISS E. JONES, MAI RON.
AdKICUl.TI. KAI. IMI'I.I'.MI'.N'I'S,
f]    l.l.r. SUI'IM.IKS,
IKI'I I' MASK K TS,
IT.U ITI.I/I'.KS.
Cntnliigiie liee.
M. J. Henry,
3009,  Weslininsler   Kmnl,  \ iiucoitver, Ii.t'.
Will If.   I.AIIDK HM V,
Head ear special
offer on tlie
tlijrd page.
SV.V    M I.ST.UINSTKK. I!.  (,'.
(iciicral 11iircl WttfB,
ii. ?k pk if. Wy %R ?& %* v M rr %■* *>$
ll.'ivii yon tii'ilt'i't'tl nun' iihw
Htiit? 'Jive MtCtisli n I ml. lie
will oivo yon sat isliii'l ion.
Tides and Sliox'cls,
A \i's. I Iocs Si  ' 'itlccs.
Dm; Iron, Drill Steel,
Oils. I'aiii!s,A'.(\

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