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PROSPECTOR.
Vol. 7, No. 8.
LTLLOOET,   B. C.   FEBRUARY 1G,  1905.
$1 a Yeah
DREDGE NOTES
At the ordinary general meeting of shareholder?, of The Iowa
Lillooet Gold Alining Co. Ltd.
held at Iowa Falls, la., Jan. 12,
1905, o. new hoard of directors
'was elected, consisting of the following members :—
Iowa Falls
do
do
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Hubbard Ia.
Toledo, Ohio
Elma, Iowa
Eev. T. M. Price,
It. C. Kennedy,
E. E_ Teeple,
G. L. Whinnery,
T. M. Strother,
W. H, Holstead,
J. W. Kleiinnie,
S. G. Sloane, Charles City, "
Win. Schlecker, Des Moines, "
Immediately after adjournment
of this meeting, the above elected directors met and elected the
following officers for the ensuing
year:—
Rev. T. M. Price,
J. W. Kleiinnie,
Win. Schlecker,
"W. H. Woods,
J. Mulholland,
J. W. Tool,
President
Vice-President
Secretary
Treasurer
Manager
Dred gem aster
APPOINTMENTS
The following appointments
have been gazetted, in addition
to those in last Prospector,—
150-mile House—License Com.
Robert Borland, S. Thorne Hall,
J. P., James Adams of Snowshoe
Creek. Chief Inspector, constable
Field Yoliand of 150 mjle liouse.
Soda Creek—License Comm'rs
"Willitun Adams, Chipinan Harper Smith, Hugh P. L. Bay lift',
J. P., of Cliilcotiu ; chief license
inspector, Constable Ii. Pyper, of
Cliilcotiu.
Kuropatkin's great forward
movement turned out as usual,
a total failure, liis artillery
pounded the enemy for 5 days
without success, causing a loss
of 12,000 men altogether. It is
the biggest fight yet. Another
Baltic fleet is leaving for Asia.
Much angry feeling was shown
at the Nortli Sea tribunal.
LOCAL
BORN—At Vancouver, on
February 4, a son to Mrs.
George Hurley, formerly of
Lillooet.
Mr. Dunlop likes music,
and young folks, so he combines tbem, by giving free
violin lessons to boys and
girls. To the latter on mail
nights in town, and the boys
at Seton Lake store. Here
are some of the fortunate
youngsters,— Fred Arthur,
Nellie Bell, Inglis Uren, V.
Miller, Frank Durban, and
Colonel Manson. Youngsters
is not the word, but violin
virtuosi.
Hurley and Duguid have
commenced sawing at Birkenhead, notwithstanding extremely cold weather. First
on the programme is lumber
for stable and bnnk liouse,
then a little matter of 150
thousand feet for the Gov't
hatchery. Sawing commenced
on Monday before last.
The Pemberton Meadows
mail carrier earns his money, like every one else under
Wm. MuIock. It is $300.00
for a year, 26 trips, 4 suns
to a trip with horse or canoe.
CHILC0TIN
In Cliilcotiu is included all the
country lying west of the Eraser
between Sodacreek and Cliilcotiu
river, a distance of 40 miles, and
running back about the same.
It is sparsely settled, being bent
adapted for stock ; Jin parts of il
good crops of grain and roots
are obtained, altho the general
altitude is unfavorable to mixed
farming. The average altitude
of Chilcotin valley is 2,625, the
plateau 3411, Cliilcotiu Lake is
3,150, the old Fort 3,800 and al
the foot of Riskie creek 2,170.
As the Fraser is about 1,400 ft
along there, we may have some
idea of the climb to the plateau.
The crossing at Soda creek is
effected by means of a good wire
rope ferry, whence there is an excellent road through Chilcotin
proper; another crosses Chimney
creek, and is effected by boat and
swimming horses, and is a great
saving iu time and distance for
settlers living on chilcotin river
and valley, in reaching the main
cariboo road.
At chilcotin, on the western side
of the Fraser. and at Dog creek,
Alkali Lake and other points on
the east side there are extensive
ranges, and stock raising is carried on, on a large scale ; while
in the valleys and river benches
most of the ordinary crops are
grown. Fruit succeeds fairly in
favorable locations, and garden
Last round  trip must have crops, but the elevated plateaux
are only fit for stock.
cost Mr. Westburg over
McDonald and McGillivray,
General   Merchants,
Clinton  B.C.    .
DVC 0T. HElSTFre"
Thomas E. Earl of Lytton, in
at the Dominion Hotel, Victoria.
There is a meeting of the horticultural board. Why can't we
Ioor a little out for horticulture,
and have something to sell whim
the, railway comes. The man
who has fruit trees iu bearing is
to be rewarded then, for being a
producer, a benefit to the community. Happy is he, that grows
his otvn g'rub !
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NEW OROP OF HOME GROWN AND IMPORTED
GARDEN }k FIELD H & }k FLOWER >K SEEDS
WHOLESALE    ANO   RETAIL
AS
RHODODENDRONS,     ROSES,    UR KICK HO US P. AND     |:AK1>V    I'l.ANTS   FQK   SI'KIM,  PLANTING
CUT FLOWERS,   FLORAL WORK.   FBRTILIZBRS, B1.E HIVES ANI. SUPPLIES,
EASTERN PRICES  OR LESS. CATALOGUE FREE, NO AGENTS
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TEA TABLE GOSSIP.
F. G. Forbes, of 122-mile
has secured employment in
B. N. A. Bank at Ashcroft.
He is a brother of George's.
Died   in   Brooklyn, H. V.
Vleck, formerly employed by
Wright, Scott & Nelson   of
Lillooet.
The Bob White quail imported by Dr. Sanson and
Mr. Bailey are doing well,
and have multiplied wonderfully : will become thoroughly established if not disturbed for a few years
All the Railroad big bugs on
earth are watching this province
and a whole lot of them are iu
Victoria and Vancouver right
now. Construction of the Grand
Trunk Pacific will begin in the
Spring, from Winnipeg west, and
on the Thunder Bay section.
The funds have beeu raised in a
lump sum, so there will be no
delay on that account; and in 2
weeKs we are to know the Lake
Terminal.
Lillooet Reminiscences
During the quartz excitement in thia
district in the years of 1896 and 189", all
sorts and conditions of men were attracted here, and the study of them was a
source of wonder and amusement to me.
There was only one hotel here then;
the Pioneer, and the capacity of that
establishment was strained to the utmost
to satisfy the wants and requirements
of the motley crowd that day and night
collected under its hospitable roof.
Lillooet was then, I suppose, what
would be called an open town. Drunkenness was unchecked, and the gambling
tables were crowded with the worshippers of chance, day in and day out, and
large sums of money changed hands.
There was one character that amused
me considerably. He carried on the
profession of a barber when fairly sober,
and when apparently drunk he was always to be found at the poker tables.
He was a kind hearted fellow, and no
one ever appealed to him in vain when
broke. But he was inflexible in his
business as to giving credit. Oppocito
the tonsorial chair he had the wall decorated with an immense Jawbone, on
which wns very legibly inscribed, "This
Jawbone Won't Go! The mos. hardened
lender found it difficult, wilh this unpleasant summons before him, to wriggle
out of the chair without paying his dues.
Being a tenderfoot, and not up to the
wicked, I expostulated with him one day
for attempting to play poker when in
such a drunken condition he could hardly tell one card from another. He gave
me a wink and whispered in my ear
thai he put it on, in order to get the best
of the other players, I pa«sed !
Oouimuetl
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■■■■: The Prospector.
The PROSPECTOR.
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Advertising rates low as possible,
Basis of 30 cents per square Inch,
pe;i Month. Land or Mining Notices
3o days $4 60 davs $6.
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LILLOOET,  B. C,   FEU 16,   1905.
Here is wliat the V. W. nnd Y. wanle
fropi the tjOvvrntnent,
A lai.d Subsidy to aid a line from Vancouver to Ft McLeod.
The section from Vancouver to Squa-
nu.li, 45 miles, having been partly taken
up, a deficiency block is asked, from
which to select the acreage required, in
Lillooot, C.a6t or Cariboo.
From the Squamish to Lillooet is 113
miles. A strip to be reserved along
each side of the railway 12 and a half
miles deep and from this reserve blocks
either 6 or 12 miles wide to be selected
in alternate sections. This reserve will
give about half the acreage needed. The
balance to be made up as above.
From Lillooet to Fort McLeod is 362
miles. A strip 25 miles on each side 10
be selected from, and .hortage to be
made up in Coa. t, Lillooet or Cariboo as
above.
Land subsidy is to be 16,000 acres for
each tniie of road.
Blocks to be chosen by the railway in
2 years.
Not le~s than 250,000 acres to be selected in one reserve block, buttheCo'y
may select the whole shortage in 1 block
The Co. to put up 10,000 dollars security
Wii hin 7.years the Co. to locale line;
and boundaries of alternate blocks fronting on railway. All lands lo be surveyed in 10 years. Crown grants to be ie-
eued as construction proceeds.
Right of way 200 feet wide to be granted, and 1 nch -•ther Crown lands as may
be necessary for terminal purposes, etc.
Lands to he free from Provincial tax
for 25 vears.
Railway and stations, etc. also free of
taxation for 25 years from completion.
Free miners not to be interfered with.
Lind grants to include surface rights
nnd timber.
All lands to be open for pre-emption
or purchase, in accordance with land act
Railway to be completed as follows ;
Vancouver to mouth of SquamUh in 3
years, to Lillooet 4 years and the whole
in 7 years.
Preliminary surveys have been made
as far 1101th as the Blaekwater, showing
n practicable route, but expensive. The
Company claim to be ready to start at
once. The line from Westminster to
Vancouver will be part of the syt-tem,
nltho now separated by Burrard Inlet;
1 suppose by ferry to North Vancouver.
J. DUNLOP,
0-_____T____=_A.Ij STORE,
LILLOOET.
OLIKTO-N".
Mr. J. Smith, Jr., lefb on Monday to visit the Coast Cities.
Tlie weather still keeps cold-
lust week it was 25 below zero,
and there is little prospect of a
change.
Mr. G. McCarthy and Miss
Ulrich left Saturday for their
homes, after a pleasant visit to
Mrs. McGillivray.
I. Kerr has returned from Ashcroft. He drove Mrs. Kerr and
Miss Hamilton to that point, on
llieir way to Chilliwhack.
Mrs. Eagleson of Lillooet arrived hen., and is looking after
lhe Dominion Hotel dining room
(luring the absence of Mrs. Kerr.
Me^dames Murphy und Perkins
passed through town Sunduy 011
their way home.
W. Holton is on the sick list,
with an attack of lagrippe.
Mrs. Ulrich aud daughter, of
the 132, were in town last Wednesday, on their way to Ashcroft
also Mr. and Mrs. Borland,
A dance took place in the hall
ou Tuesday the 14th.
Mrs. Pollard invited a number
to a social on Friday ; all had a
most enjoyable time.
Mr. and mis. Ciiniiinghame returned to the 74, after visiting*
Friends in town.
There is some talK of a dancing dub being* formed in course
of the year.
On the 17t.li of next month the
ladies of the burgh may give an
entertainment: — whether the
affair will be a Calico or a. Shirt
Wnlst dance has not yet heen
decided. Ashcroft had a Calico
bull, we might try a Shirt Waist
ball.
LYTTON   STAGE.
Leaves Railway at Lytton at 7 a. m.
Monday*1, Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays
One hour at noon at Half-way House
Reach Lillooet 5 p. m. Returning on
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays and
uridays. 47    miles along the Fraser.
Beautiful   Scenery.
Special Trips  made.
Write to
P.    REBAGLIATI   &   CO.
PKasPXa^asasa^P^P^P^asaXas
Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT,
LILLOOET.
EVERYTHING for MINERS
Wm.  CUMMING,
General Store and B.C. Express Agent
LILLOOET.
MINERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
POCKfil1   3_)I_A__BI_E3S
1905
FROM 15 CUP.   OFFICE   DIARIES
1, 2 & 3 DAYS TO A PA<JE.
WHITTAKEU'S &  THE CANADIAN
ALMANAC FULL OF INFORMATION
At   Smith   Bros'
book: stobb
Vernon and Kamloops
Local.
Mr. Samuel Gibbs desires to
acknowledge with thanks the re
ceipt of four volumes of interesting' Biograjihies, for the School
Library, presented by Mr. O. It.
Evans. As the bookshelves
have beeu made to accommodate a large number of volumes,
the above four books have a
lonely appearance at present.
Mr. J. S. Burcliam, the young
student of Fishes, left for the
Coast last Wednesday morning.
We understand that as he now
knows the difference between Co-
hoes and Sockeyes, he has severed his connection with the Province, and that he is about to
take charge of the Biological
Institution that the Dominion
Government intend erecting on
Vancouver Island.
o. .a.. _f~e_e.a~i::r.,
)K General   Merchant. >J(
Outfits   and Guides   furnished
BST      to  Hunting Parties.      __0_F
Groceries, Hardware,   Drugs, Photo
Supplies, Dry Coods, Etc.
IiIIiIOO_B_T    -     -    IB.    C-
CLARXE &C0.,
CHEMISTS & DRUGGISTS,
LILLOOET.
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
■ - ■ ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention Is prohnbly patentable. Communications strictly confidential. Handbook on Patent!
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Munn ft Co. receive
special notice, without charao, In the
Scientific American,
A handsomely Illustrated weekly.   Largest circulation ot any scientific Journal.   Terms, IS ■
ear 1 four months, SI. Sold by all newsdealer*.
361Bro«dw>r. f|6W Yprk
union. D.C.
year 1 tour month
MUNN& Co
.   Branch Offce. (
&6FBU WMhtactoa.!
Lillooet Reminisoences
[Kindly Contributed.]
There was another character wbo turned up here at that time, who was a complete puzzle to me for a time. Happening to fall into conversation with him a
few minutes after he arrived, I became
fairly well acquainted with him. He
was an eld. rly, white haired man, with
while whiskers and beard, and dressed
in such neat and quiet clothes, that at
lirst I thought he must be a dissenting
parson, or at least a revivalist, whose
call it was to regenerate the town. I
felt sorry for him the first evening he
was here, as he seemed bo much out of
his element. Tbe noiee and blackguard-
i_m of the bar room with its fights and
gambling, I thought, would shock and
pain tbe good old gentleman, and witb
many apologies and excuses for tbe row
I led him iuto my private room. You
may judge of my surprise, when after
deliveiing to me a most powerful and
impressive sermon on the wickedness of
.ambling, etc, on going into the barroom
next morning, to discover my friend at
one of tbe poker tables with a pile of
money in front of him, and a quiet and
religious look on his venerable features.
I was much amused of course, and the
old gentleman at the first fitting opportunity explained lo me that, appearances
notwithstanding, he was a professional
gambler. I regret to say, however, that
he eventually found himself outclassed
here at Lillooet, and left with hardly
enough money to reach Ashcroft. Hie
real name I never knew. Some called
him Dad, and others Uncle—he answered to both ; it was all tbe same to him,
and take him all around I think he was
generally liked. He had visited all the
States in the Union and gambling being
his profession, be followed up any place
that had a boom on. He was at Yale
during O, P. K. construction, and afterwards at Granite Creek, and then at
Lillooet. Under tlie insinuating influences of a little Barley Brew, he became
confidential and conversational, and be
would then relate to me some interesting experiences he bad gone through,
the relation of which I will defer to my
next chapter.
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Hotel Victoria,
LILLOOET,
MARK R. EAGLESON, PROPRIETOR
Headquarters of
BIO- a_AJ~~C:E~ HTJisra?BUS
Wire for Outfits, guides
Etc.   Cost  Reasonable.
Every Attention to Travellers and Commercials.
Large Sample Rooms.
Headquarters of Ashcroft and Lvttow
Stages. Special ratks for families SPENDING   SEASONS.
Rooms,  Table, Liquors and
Stabling,   All  Excellent The   Prospector
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3   MINING  NOTES.   S
The Annual General meeting
of the Anderson Lake Mining Co.
was held as advertised at the
Secretary's office here on Saturday evening. Sufficient stock
was represented to enable the
business to be done. The report
of- the year's proceedings was
read and adopted, but financial
statement deferred, after much
discussion of certain items. M. II.
Eagleson was appointed a director of the Co. It was announced
that J. Burley Smith will bein
Lillooet before 15th next month
and the work of testing the mine
would begin immediately on his
arrival. The following directors
were elected :—
Paul Santini, J. Brett, III. R.
Eagleson, J Marshall and T. li.
Brandon. The following officers
were elected by acclamation :—
President, T. B. Brandon
Vice-president,
Treasurer,
Secretary
MarK Eagleson
Paul Santini
Samuel Gibbs
There are 59 shareholders, a
total of 900,000 shares.
BX STAGE.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
Clinton and way points,
MONDAY - WEDNESDAY ■ FRIDAY
ALL CARIBOO POINTS MONDAY
150 - MILE MONDAY AND FRIDAY
LILLOOET  MONDAY AND FRIDAY
NOTICE
To Miners   & Stockmen:
When making application for claims,
Or lands in tbis district, make sure your
advertisement is legal. A real valuable
claim, one worth jumping, is sometimes los
on a quibble or question of form. Have
the advertisement in the paper printed i
the district your land is in ; not in the
Family Herald or any other paper printed
outside the district.
~F REE
The Prospector will print free the foi
owing advertisements :
HELP WANTED.
WORK   WANTED.
ARTICLES FOR SALE,
FOUND.
All are cordially invited to the
exercises of the boys and girls at
the school tomorrow, Friday at
3 o'clock.
Moses Foster and wife are visiting J. Dickey, Sr.
T. C; Harris is visiting other
old timers at Pachelqua i
The Getlimans of Iowa, uncle
and hephewj are here on dredge
business} and I hope they will
stay a year It was 28 below zero
there when we were in onr shirt
Sleeves so to talk, at zero
LOCAL
Mrs. Cumming arranged a
drive for the Prospector and
Prospectus, last Friday, with
Tyee Jimmy and his sleigh
and steeds and accompanied
us to Mrs. John Marshall's,
who was captured and taken
to the hatchery. After brief
negotiations an exchange of
prisoners was effected, and
Mrs. Armstrong was left in
charge of Mrs. Ledgerwood.
Returning, we met the big
load at the bridge on their
cold and jolly way to Pachelqua, for the dance. Mr. Si
Mrs. Ledgerwood had a cold
drive after dark to return the
hostage. Mrs. C. and I had
the bacK seat all the way
home, and found Mr. Cumming thinking seriously of
getting dinner.
Married, on January 30,
at Hoey's Ranch, by Father
Rohr, R. Hoey, Jr. and Miss
Louise L'ltalienne.
C. McGillivray fell from a
load of hay, alighting on his
spine : a bale came on his
breast and may cause internal complications. Mr. Swart
went to Lvtton for a doctor.
A.J. Swart lost a little girl
about 3 years old on Saturday. It was taken for burial
to his mother's place on this
side of the river. It makes
five, Mr. Swart has lost, by
the Angel of Death.
Fir Seeds wanted,
For export, seeds of Douglas Fir and cedar
I will pay for clean seed $l,6o for fir and $2
for cedar per pound.
The seed can be secured by gathering the
cones from the trees, and spreading them on
a tight floor, or on sheets; or on paper in a
dry room. In a few days the cones will open
ami the seeds drop out by stirring them occasionally.
Then clean the seed by using a sieve, or by
pouring from one dish into another, in a light
breeze, to separate light seed and dirt,
Advise as soon as possible, the quantity
you have, and I will send directions about
shipping. See my advertisement in this paper
M. J. Henry,
3010 WESTM'R ROAD
Vancouver.
*>*£»
The certificate of election of Archibald
McDonald was read and placed on the
Journal of the House. He was then duly
sworn, introduced by Messrs. Tatlow
and Green, and took his seat. Mr. McDonald has been placed on tbe standing
committee on mining.
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repeat. They don't jam, catch, or fail to extract.
In a word, they are the only reliable repeaters. *f|
Winchester rifles are made in all desirable
calibers, weights and styles; and are plain,
partially or elaborately ornamented, suiting every
purpose,  every  pocketbook,   and  every  taste.
WINCHESTER   AMMUNITION
made for all kinds of shooting in all kinds of gutitu
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rntt    for our 104-pnie Illustrated Catalo|.
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While    Investigating,
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LILLOOET
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nvninsTES.
No District affords greater
Opportunities for Prospector or Capitalist. Gold
is found everywhere. A
trip into this region will
convince you !
C!jiI~~~m:~~a.t_e3__.
Climate cannot
be beat for Consumption or for
Rheumatism.
From 20 to 30 wealthy
Sportsmen, English, American and German, come
here each year to hunt
Grizzly, Big Horn, Caribou
or Mountain Goat. Here
are the best guides.
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