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PROSPECTOR.
VOL 7, NO. 46
LILLOOET, B. C,   NOV. 9, 1905
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LOCAL
Service next Sunday in St.
Marv's CIitirch.
Mr. Soues will be in Lillooet shortly, iu connection
with Court of Revision, Nov.
10, Friday, 10 a. m.
Mrs. JJurkholder has come
to spend the winter at Horse
♦Shoe Bend, on Iiridge River,
•where the 3 Messrs. Burkhol-
<ler are carrying on operations in connection with hydraulic mining.
Very bad colds  are common, being severely  experi-
VVe see rockers here, audi ,   ,     ,,      ,,,   '.'    ,,
enced  by Mrs. rliair, George
other rockers, but not every bVbes, Julia DicKey, the ed-
<lnv a  wicker rocking chair itor and other good people.
on a pack animal, on its way * 	
.. . _•.,•. Sergeant Fulton  of City
to the mines, ior lathes   use c J
,    ■    , Police renown,  states  along
exclusively. °
the Cariboo Koad is the best
Mr. JnglisKe'.ly of Jki'k-iCi.une region   in  the world.
Paul Santini got a very
large deer, scaling over 200
pounds, dressed. It was a
beautifully developed animal
The other members of party
were also successful.
lhe Hurley residence has
received its coat of paint, the
scaffolding removed, and it
begins to look liKe home.
Its color is a deep cream and
white trimmings, giving a
cheerful appearance.
REBAGLIATI
GO via   LYTTON
Leaves
Railway at Lytton
Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays,
at 7 a. m.    One hour at noon at   Half-way   House,
Reach Lillooet 5 p. m. 47 miles of Glorious Scenery along tlie Fraser River.
Returning Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays & Sundays.
Special Trips made by arrangement.
l'_ REBAGLIATI & Co.
LYTTON.
COME  by  LYTTON
SHIP by LYTTON
•erville, is visiting his sister,
Mrs. J. 13. Uren.
A piano was recently taken
in Pemberton way for Mrs.
Neil.
On a trip lately he met two
Vancouver men who secured
250 Geese, ducKS and prairie
fowl, and were on the road
to Bridge li.  to  hunt Goat.
Tli-* Kama (ill . rv.
Scarcity of Canadian limber. Ve
have heard it 49 .6 fed l>y several who
are interested in the trade, that tlie
•scarcity of Canadian timber, espeo
ially for building purposes, is already beginning to bc.fult by n considerable increase in pi ice. This if-
ai c i>cd ta thr ttreumstanoe of so
many vossels being* devoted from tiie
Mia; le IratlVj of th'** Saint Ltuvr-mco
in order to convey emigrants to Aus-
trnlii and t'e Stairs, anil us the
weather may shut up the chance of
further surplus, for son.e time, it
Js feared that those who have entered into large building contracts wjiei,
timber was at a low pii e, v.i.l now
a.iil'er lo;s and embarrassment by its
jn-reosvl value in the market.-'Liverpool Albion.—1'i'oin The Globe 01
Jan. S, 18S8.
Over .IOO Sttul. nt*.
President Mills of the Agii.ultf.ral
Collogc, Ouelph, reports that durinp
tie month of .Tfiii'"M" I'e" !■"
been no less than •r;r,4 students on
thu roll, c'.i.kled as fi Hows among
the di.'.e 'ent coui ses: layulur student*;, I_10; short cou.sj in -yuulu,,
r.ising, 14; short course in stock
judging, "20: dairy school, 50' >..,..-
$ ci;,] w<e'.ly lecturis on domestic tcj•
•SHU*.   CO Jadics.
A. G. REBAGLIATI,
LYTTO-TST,
ygys***y~%£
GENERAL MERCHANT.
Victoria'!. One .loki".
Queen VIJetdMa's one recorded joke
!s a good one and should be preserved. The aged Puke of Wellington
having paid hi.s sovereign n visit on
a very wet day, she anxiously in-
ipiiivd what  boots he was H*eai'i')g.
"Tlie people call them 'Wellingtons.' " s.iid the duke.
"What nonsense!" exclaimed the.
Queen. "Whore, I should like to
know, could you And a .pair of Wellingtons?"
PAPERS ON HEALTH.
PREPARED FOR THE PROSPECTOR
FROM THE FAVIOUS WORKS
OF PROFESSOR KIRK,
EDINBURGH.
One of the effects of using unwholesome water is called dysentery. It may be caused by wet
nnd eoM, or improper food. It
shows itself as an unusual flow
from the intestines. At tliis stage
it can be relieved in a few moments, by au injection of a little
eolil water. When the bowels
move in such a way its threatens dysentery, to inject about a
cupful of cold water will tu most
cases effect a cure. If the same
weakening' loss occur, apply the
remedy again. It is Seldom the
third is needed if the trouble is
taken in time. The eo.d braces
the loosened bowels.
Uut iti some crises, blood will
appear tit the outset, nud the
case lie mote serious. We would
apply .the same remedy, as yet,
tlie only indication is sudden relaxation, wanting bracing with
clean, cold water. Uut where
there is great pain indicating au
. 1*64*41 al injury to the coats of the
intestines, something more must
l»e done. It mny be necessary to
use water a little above blood
beat, and add as much vinegar
its will mnke the mixture gently
smarting' to the corner of an eye,
just ns much acid as will prove
healing to the injured lining, and
110 more. These warm, slightly
acidulated injections may be repeated, if required, as long as
(hey give any comfort and relief. It may lie that the trouble
has gone unchecked for days, until nervous .strength is low. The
injection will not do alone then.
Fiesh vital action can be secured by hot fomentation around
the hips and lower half of the
body. A soft blanket is wrung
t of hot water, aud wrapped
around for an hour or so. If a
patient seems too weak, lie cau
lie wrapped around the legs first
until he receives vitality for a
stronger application. Olive oil
or sweet oil should be rubbed ou
before, and more especially after
as it prevents loss of strength by
evaporation. The injections if
necessary should be continued.
Could David Livingstone have
heen thus treated when he was iu
the African hut dying of dysentery, we cannot imagine his failing to return to old Scotland.
As to food, boiled bread-iind-
uiilk will be jUst as good as can
lie desired, and no more than is
felt to be wanted by the sufferer. The  Prospector.
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The PROSPECTOR.
■w_b*e3*k:xiY_
Advertising Rates eow as possible.
~B3T C. W. J-.J-~l2s£ZS_-'TJ_--02-TGr
CLINTON.
13.F. Barrickman, representing
McLaughlin Bros, (if Kansas Cy
is in town in the interests of his
linn.
S. Mundade, J. W. Kirkpatrick
and other stockraisers, of Dog
(.'reel, took down a fii>e looking
lot of cattle to Ashcroft this
week.   They averaged 1280 lbs.
Dr. Geo. Sanson was a visitor
to town this week.
Those enterprising merchants,
McDonald and McGillivray, Ltd.
liave purchased " The Mound, "
i'rom Win. Saul.
Mrs. A. McDonald and family
liave become acclimated to the
ud vantages of Clinton weather.
Constable John McMillan was
recently gazetted Deputy Game
Warden for this portion of tlie
District, and is at present out on
an official trip to Bighorn Min.
A GOOD ORGAN
for $5.oo
and $5 per month.
Enquire at Drug Store.
Carrying on business as harness-
maker here, bus mnde an assignment of Ids real and personal
property for the benefit of his
creditors. It i.s expected thut
the esta,te will pay all liabilities
in full.
The thoroughbred I'ercheron
stallion, Colbert, winner of the
first prize in the three-year-old*
class at the Lewis and Clark
Fair at Portland, is reported as
sold to a syndicate of farmers in
the vicinity of Clinton. He is a
beautiful animal, and has been
on exhibition here for the past
week. The price paid iis said to
be f4000*
J. Douglas and It. Green", of
Victoria, passed througli hereon
tbeir wny home, nfter u short
trip to tlie Gang Ranch.
George Stuart of Ashcroft, the
assignee of the Pulford estate, is
here on a. business trip.
W. J. West, Secretary -Treasurer of the B C Express Conipany,
i
accompanied hy Alex McPhail,
the new Sllp't, nre on a tour of
inspection over the line.
B3G GAfVIE
Arthur H. Martley -        Henry Schwartz
KU-I-SrTIE-IR.S   Sz  OUIDBS.
Our terms are equitable.
We have a complete outfit.
We give you,a. guarantee.
Blenheim,
LILLOOET,
April, '05
icDonald and icGillivray, Ltd,
Clinton   B.C.
IP0RTERS OF
General   Merchandise.
Clarke & Co.
CHEMISTS and DRUGGISTS,
Lillooet,   B, C.
Prompt attention to   letter   orders.
"WHEN   ARTICLES   AKE  TO   BE SENT HY MAIL,
PLEASE SEND MONEY FOR POSTAGE.
Win. Saul has leased the dwelling formerly occupied byS. Boyd
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nnd   will   reside permanently  in
town.
Rev. W. Allen left October 20
for Lac liii. llnche, Quesnelle and
Barkerville, where he will preach
before his return. There will'be
no service until the 19th. All
young men should attend the
Bible Class ;—they would find it,
interesting.
S. Boyd has taken charge at
the 61-Mile House, where he will
reside in future.
A. IL  Pulford, who has.  been
Louis LeBourdais is home after a visit at Lac La Hache all
summer.
Miss Tottie Boyd returned to tlie 70-
Mile after visiting a few days with Mim
McMillan.
TRUTHFUL JAMES.
Although Kaieii Island, to
the south of Port Simpson,
will be the nominal terminus of the (..rand Trunk Pacific on this coast, it is learned on very good authority
that whatever shipping-business the company does will
be done through the port 0 f
Vancouver foi* many years to
come.
The Grand Trunk Pacific
will enter Vancouver either
on a line of its own construction or by a road built
from the citv to connect in
the vicinity of Ft. George,
The latter plan is the one
most likely 10 be followed,
and it will  mean— that tlie
Vancouver, Westminster ct
Yukon Railway will be pushed north via Squamish, and
Pemberton Meadow country.
Entering the Province by
Yellowhead Pass, the G. T.P.*
will follow the South Fork
of the Fraser to Ft. George,
where a branch line will run
off to Vancouver, practically
the terminus of tne transcontinental system, nominally aiul geographically ending
at Kaien Island. Construction of this branch will lay
an immence and fertile, virgin, District tributary to
Vancouver
Daily Province/' t
The Prospector.
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Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT,
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LILLOOET.
-EVERYTHING for MINERS
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NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given ihal 60 days nfter
<late I shall apply 10 the Chief Commissione
of Lain Is .and Works to purchase 120 acres
of pasture land situated in Lillooet District,
as follows :—
Commencing at the south-west comer of
Lot 654, GrOUp 1, thence soulh '^o chains,
lliLMice east Go chains, tlience north 20 chains,
ihence weit 60 ckains, to point of commencement. . ' A. M. liUSIINEt.L.
Clinton. II. C ., Sept. 12, 1905.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Sixty days after
■date I intend to apply to the Chief Commise-
ioner of Lands and Works for permission to
(lurcliose 40 (teres of meadow land described
.is fiillous, seven   miles from Alkali Lake ;
Long Johnnie's Ini \ Kes. Commencing
•sit a post marked Ind x Kes N W corner,
thence north 20 chains, thence west 20 chains,
thence south 20 drains, ihence east 20 chains.
Alkali Lake, JOHN HANES.
■Oct. 6th, '05.
NOTICE
■Notice is hereby given that 30 days after
flate 1 intend to apply lo the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission
to lease 480 acres of pasturage land starling
r.t a pbsl half mile from the mouth of Little
Churn Creek, ther.ee south 120 chains thence
west 40 chains thence north 120 chains thence
■east 40 chains to point of commencement.
JAMES A. McLEAN.
Empire VaSley, Oct. 30, 1900.
NOTICE.
I hereby give notice that sixty days nfter
rhte I intend to apply to the Honourable, Sic
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for
permission to purchase forty acres of. pasture
land, more or less, starling from lhe southwest
conifer post'of Lot 800, Lillooet District,--
thence west 20 chains, ihence north 20 chains,
thence east 20 chains, thence south 20 chains
lo point of commencement.
ALAN S. WATSON,
Lac La Hache, Sept. 24th, '00.
JNOTICE .
Notice is hereby given that sixty clays after
•date I intend to apply lo the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works fur permission to
purchase 80 acres more or less pasture land,
•commencing at a post at the north end of Lot
70, Lillooet District, thence south 2o chains,
ihence east 40 chains, thence west 20 chains,
tlience north 40 chains to point of commence-
miem. AUGUSTINE BgUTANO.
Alkali Lake, Sept. 18, 1905.
•T. Dunlop, - Lillooet. m^
ID~H3A.I~j~E]_R.   IIN"**^
nSNERS' SUPPLIES,
Furs, Baskets, &   Curios.
AGENT for M. J. HENRY'S
Home-grown or Imported \S0ife
NURSERY STOCK.       Ilf^
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HENRY'S    NURSERIES.
EXTRA LARGE STOCK OF
HOME    0-~R.OWlsr
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, FOR FALL
PLANTING. LARGE S10CK OF HOME GROWN
AND  IMPORTED BULBS.
SHRUBS, ROSES, RHODODENDRONS, SMALL FRUIT, GREENHOUSE AND
HARDY FLOWERING PLANTS. GARDEN, FIELD,
AND FLOWER SEEDS IN SEASON. CUT FLOWERS
AND DESIGNS FOR BALLS, WEDDINGS, CHURCH
DECOUATiONS. AND FUNERALS. FERTILIZERS
AND BEE SUPPLIES.   g_-_¥~    CATALOGUE FREE.
Ihave   appointed   Mr.   John   Dunlop,
to accept Local Orders.
8010 WESTMINSTER' KOAD,
"VA-ISTCOTJ^-B-R., ~B. O.
EXCELSIOR HOTEL,   LILLOOET.
iy George Hurley.
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Pa£'o "W^oven Wire Fence
with iti continuous coll (not. crimped)la tho
best stock-holdina fence made. Page N'o.
7 wlro standw a 3,UOUpoundfl'strain—common
No. 7 wiro only 1,70 > pounds. Common wire
will not coil- it Btnughtoni out ngaln—lt
hasn't n sprinir feinpui'—Pagn wire hay.
Tho Paze "JT'ro T-mco Oo., Ii'm'ted,
Wdkorinllo. Ont.
Montreal. P.Q.. a«d St. Jo*in, N.n.     11
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SIDNEY  WILLIAMS,
PEOVIH"CIAL
XjJ-.2_T__-.  stjevbyoe,
QUESNELLE, B. C.
I make a trip through  Lillooet District
every summer.
RAILROAD NEWS
liii. is the Page standard eleven bar vrtro fence. Coil, spring wlro (not orlmpodl-tn'-es npthoslaet
In summon does not Imcome too tight In winter—regulate. it» own tension nil the time. Pago
uprights in ono pieoo slnnd a strain 01' 800pounds. Common upriu-' tsspltoed at onoh bar break at bOd
pounds.   Page Rate'., ornamental fences, pon'try netting, lira Standard the world over
The Pago V. lro Fence Co., Limited, WalksrvUle, Out.    St. Jolin, N.B.  Montreal, P.Q. 12
Once again corroboration i.s
given the article published in
Uie News-Advertiser of over one
year ago, that the real terminus
of the Grand Trunk Pacific will
be on Burrard Inlet. When Mr.
C. M. Flays und party of G.T.I'.
officials were on llie coast last
year, the matter wns mentioned
to him, but he gave no direct
answer. The story was published
iu the News-Advertiser, and tho'
it has lieen denied subsequently,
it persistently crops up, and each
recurring time with more foundation. The latest; publication in
this eon nee tion is in an evening
contemporary, which announces
it with all the flare of black head
lines, as if it had not already
appeared amiuiber of times since
first printed in these columns,
Mr. E. G. Russell, who has talc-
en up his residence in Victoria,
was oue of the party which explored the (.'oast from Burrard
Inlet to the Alaskan boundary
for a suitable location for a terminus, ami it was stated when
the article first appeared a year
ago, that he had reported iu favor of Burrard Inlet.
While it may not have any connection, it ha.s been definitely announced that the extension of
tl e Vancouver VVestm'r & Yukon
to the north will be made in time
to connect with the G. T. P. at
Ft. George, or some other convenient point in the northern interior, whicli will give a direct
line to Burrard Inlet. Survey
! parties have covered (lie whole
of this proposed route, and Mr.
John Hendry, while in the East,
made satisfactory arrangements
iu regard to the connection.
News-Advertise:--. The  Prospector.
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Capt. P. N. Thompson has applied for J30 acres of laud in this
ilistriet, at Nairn Falls on Creep
Uiver, with a view of obtaining
electric power for a tram line to
carry timber to .Squamish. A
charter will be applied for, that
could eventually be transferred
to some company building a regular through transportation line
which would use electric power
instead of steam on that portion
of the road.
An Englishman proposes to
start astopping-pla.ee or starting-place or something —in the
shape of a shooting-lodge, near
Green Lake, on Squamish trail.
He will probably get a, liquor licence also.
There is quite a large camp of
surveyors on the Lytton Road,
14. miles above the mouth of the
Thompson. They will shortly
move up to the 20-mile. Their
object is unknown. Some time
ago a Notice appeared of application for charter for a Baihyuy
from Lytton up the Fraser. It
may be that the promoters want
information, and want it: quick.
Some are of the opinion that the
(..'. P. It. would love to have a
branch to the North at an early
date. Well, if a. line should run
up the river, it will give us con
petition  with the V. W. & Y.
TELEGRAPHERS
NEEDED'! '
Annually, to fill the new positions created by
Railroad andTelegraph companies. We
want VOUNCJ MEN  and LADIES of good
limits, i«   Learn  Telegraphy
AND     H. p. ACCOUNTING.
We furnish 75 per cent of the operators and
Station Agents in America. Our six schools
are the largest exclusive Telegraph Schools in
TIIE WOULD. Established 20 years and
endorsed by all lending Railway Officials.
We execute a $200 Uond to every student,
lo furnish him or her a position paying from
$40 to $60 a month in States east of the
Rocky Mountains, or from $75 to $lo0 per
month in States west ol* lhe Rockies,—
IMMEDIATELY   ON GRADUATION
Student? can enter ct any time. No vacations, Foi full particulars regarding any of
our schools, write direct to our executive
oflice'at Cincinnati, O.    Catalogue free.
THE   MORSE   SCHOOL
OF TELEGRAPHY .
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Atlanta,  Ga.
Te.xarkana, Tex.
Buffalo, N. Y.
LaCrospe, Wu.
San Francisco, Cal.
BX STAGE.
WISH COLUMBIA EXPHFSS
Clinton and way  points,
MONDAY -WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY
ALL CARIBOO POINTS MONDAY
ISO-MILE MONDAY AND FRIDAY
LILLOOET   MONDAY AND FRIDAY
& is llr *
Gumming,
General IS tore,
Agent for the \i. X.
Miners   Supplies,
Sic.   Lillooet,
Drop in
and w^
to      ('      m
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C A PHAIR
General   Merchant
Outfits and Guides   Furnished to  Hunting" Parties!
Groceries,   Hardware,    Photo   Supplies,
Dry Goods,  Drugs,   Etc.
LILLOOET
SB-
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall 30 days
from date apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to lease
160 acres of laud situated in Lillooet District
commencing at a post placed on the west side
of the Brigade trail, about 4 miles northwest
from Lot 786, ihence wesl 80 chains, south
20 chains, easl 80 chains, north 20 chains, to
the initial post.
Clinton, B.C. ALLAN BAKER.
Sept. 14,   'o5.
Every man owes it to himself nnd his
family to master a trade or profession.
Read the display advertisement of the
i*:.x Morse Schools of Telegtuphy, in this
i-sne and learn how easily a .voting mau
or lady may learn telegiapliy and be assured a position.
"j"   EJ I
It Isn't
AN EASTMAN
It Isn't
A KODAK!
ASK  FOR
OA-T-A-XjOO-U-EI.
At   Smith   Bros'
Kamloops and Vernon
book: store
R. Carson, Sr. of Pavilion, is
not well, uiul liiy son Fred liad
itn accident not long* ago, whereby a horse fell with him causing
an  injury to his leg.
Thos. "R, Young of Alexis creek
Chilcotin, is appointed to be a|B
Deputy,Game Warden for Carihoo Electoral District in place of
R.  J.  Bid wall, resigned.
Two brothers   named   Lands-
borough   have pre-empted lain
in the Pemberton Meadows, out
I'.otninir hv Scjuumtsh nud out* b\
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WE WS=ADVERTISER,
MOST RELIABLE COAST WEEKLY
WILL COST
with  the PROSPECTOR,
^1.50 a YEAR  CASH   WITH ORDER
VANCOUVER, B. C.
is the western metropolis of Canada
and
THE NEWS-ADVERTISER
is the newspaper that you should read
it you want to keep abreast of the
times. 1
Subscription price, Daily, ' $5.00;
Weekly, $1.00 a year. Send us 25c for
the Daily for a month and see for yourself   what   we   are.
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Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights &a.
A-170-io lending n jOtetrh and description mny
Quickly iiBoartultl our opinion freo whether an
invention is p. iimbly patentable. Communion.
tlmiiRWOuycni.Ud_mtf.il. Handbook on Patents
Son., free, ohlojit fluency for Koourlnpr patents.
1'nt.ctiia taken throuoli Munn & Co. rocolvo
Ijifrial notice, will-out cborco, ln tho
A handsomely IIUllttTftteil weekly. J.nreost clr-
'illation of any sclonttUO .lonrniil. 'I'enria, tf'i a
ye>irs four months, .1. SoMbyatl newsdealers.
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