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Vol. 7, No. 25.
LILLOOET,  B. C.   JUNE 15,  '05.
Dollar a Year.
JUNE
MON TUE WED THUR FRI SAT STJK
12      3      4
5      6        7 8       9     10    11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 21 25
26    27      28      29      30
SIDNEY WILLIAMS,
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2_jj_._-TX-t suie'viffi-iroiEa,
QUESNELLE, B. C.
I mnke a trip through I.iiiooet District
every summer.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given tlmt I shall at the
expiry of 6o days apply to the Chief Commissioner of I.amls and Works for permission to
purchase 640 acres of land, commencing-at a
post at the S. E. corner of land applied for liy
Alex. McEwen, thence north 80 chains, east
8j chains, smith 80 chains, west Set chains to
initial post.
Empire Valley, JOHN McEWEN,
May 13, 1900.
Notice is hereby ijiven that I shall at lhe
expiry of 60 days apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works tor permission to
purchase 640 acres of land, commencing nt n
post placed at the smith east corner of land
applied for by John McEwen; ihence norlh
80 chains; east 80 chains; south So chains;
wesl 80 chains to initial j.ost.
Empire Valley,
May 13, 1905 T.'IOS.  McEWEN.
THE SPECIAL TRAIN
Great convenience to people of
means in great britain.
SUNDAY
Next Sunday will be a large
clay. The new Methodist minister will hit town : also the
episcopalian from Lytton, &
the Catholic Bishop supported by several priests, from
Mission City. Two or three
lirass Indian Bands, 300 cav-
ooses or all that can be got
between Pemberton Sc Chilcotin, and 1000 natives, are
expected to taue part in the
Slower Procession, and meet
the Bishop on Saturday, at
Fraser bridge.
Rev. Allan K. Sharp has
taken up his residence at the
Ashcroft parsonage, with his
wife and four children and
will come over and get acquainted here, at the end of
this week. He will preach
once on Sunday, probably in
the evening.
Sunday School from ten to
ten forty five.
The Cost of a "Scurry" Train If You Ar
iu u Hurry and Have l'lcnty of .Money
—Some llecdVd Trips of Ihis Character
Made in the Old Land.
From $230 to $750 and 30 minutes' notice at a U^; railway station
—often less—will pro\lde you with a'
truin of four carriages ail to yourself. It will whirl you to the other
end cf Britain—to whatever station
I you want to reach. If ever you are
in such a hurry that money matters
nothing—provided you have got it—
you can count on gelling an ordinary train at tho price of from 20 to
<30 ordinary fares to your destination.
But if you want comfort and
"style," an extra halt hour's noti.o
to the railway people will procure
you a dining and sleeping car, with a
cook, attendants, food and wines,
from $100 to $150 extra. Then you
can "b # n tho ground1' over 300
miles by rail, only stopping to water
the engine and laugh at all the timo
tnLles e\er compiled. A great many
\ve-;lthy people in a hurry have done
'his.
Miss Alice VV atid n son and
a brother and sister, brought
their mother up, for a visit
to the town which she had
not seen for over 20 years.
Backaohe and
Kidney Disease
Have never been able to resist
the extraordinary curative
power of Dr. Chase's Kidney-
Liver Pills.
Tlie enormous sales of Dr. Chase's Kidney-
Liver Pills can only be accounted for by the
reliability and exceptional merit of this greal
family medicine.
Mr. E. T. BanARD, Luc aux Sables, Portneuf
Co., Que., states: "For two y. lira I tried a
number of different remedies for backache and kidney disease without obtain-
ingaiiyrelief. Sincehaving
used Dr. Cha. e'a Kidney-
Liver Pills, however, I am
happy to say that they have
proven of wonderful benefit
tome. I can certify that for
me these are tho beBt Pills
I have ever come across, and
, we always keep them in the
'house. It will be a pleasure
for me to reply to any who
m,, __„.__ care to write me for further
MR. B. T. EEDARD paiticulars of my case."
Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one pill •
rlos., 25 cts. a box. To protect you against
imitations tho portrait and signature of Dr. A.
\v. Chase, i ho famous receipt book author, ore
on every bos of his remedies
)
LOCAL
Mrs. Clarke left on Wednesday
lorn visit to her daughters in
Kamloops.
Mr. Brandon lind a letter from
Leroy Laidley. There is a fine
bathing beach at Sidney.
The first train on theV.W.& Y.
passed through Lillooet; a pack
train of 5 horses and 3 men on
preliminary survey.
English Church choir practice,
2.30 Saturday. Miss Vera Miller,
organist. All Singers invited.
Inspector Gordon has been con-
•liicting the examinations here,
for high school entrance, lie was
accompanied by Mrs. Gordon.
They lost a couple of note-books
on the way over from Clinton,
andwill return that way.
Mrs. Mcintosh of Pemberton is
visiting friends here. Her brother
.Mr. Ronald Clirrie, injured two
of liis ribs, while hauling for the
Birkenhead Hatchery.
130 Indians came down Seton
Lake on the steamer Wednesday
including the Band Boys.
I J?       It Isn't
AN EASTMAN
It Isn't
A KODAK!
ASK FOR
C_A~.T_A._LO Q-TJZE
At   Smith   Bros'
Kamloops and Vernon
BOOK STO-R, IE
During tlie terrific cannonading
of the Boer War right under our
feet, we had a great spell of rain
and it may be that the present
war is putting thousands in the
bank for tlie Lillooet ranchers I
W Boyd of 70-mile and Allan ,
S Baker of Loon lake are to be
license commissioners in place of
ty Walker and Hugh P S Bayliff,
who is the new manager of tlie
Gang ranch.
The candidates for liiyjl. school hers
were Vera Miller, May McDonald and
Matthew Miller. At Clinton, there are
Uo, John McMillan and Henry Pollard,
Two candidates from L~,c la Ilacl.e were
examined at Ashcroft. The papers are
marked at Victoria.
JL-J    JL    TTOj~N   - _\_\_Zim.\*mS_m
DOMINION DAY
Will be Celebrated on June 30th.     Grand Program
of Sports, Including
-E-IOIR-SIEi    R.>A.CT2sTGr.
W. C. KEEBLE, Hon. Sec. Sports Committee.
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The  Prospector.
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The PROSPECTOR.
Advertising Rates low as possible,
Basis of 30 cemts per square Inch.
peu Month. Land or Mining Notices
3o days $4        60 days $6.
BY C. W. A~E-~M:SIPia02SP*C~~-
ANNUAL  SCHOOL   MEETING
The Animal Public Meeting of the
Resident Householders and Freeholders
uf Lillooet School District, will be ln-hl
on Saturday/ June 2-kh 1905, beginning
at 11 a. ni. at the Lillooet School House,
lor the purpose of electing a trustee in
'.-lace of Win. Durban, whose term ie
about to expire. Please note that the
wife of a householder or Freeholder ie
eligible to Berveas School Trustee.
Don't let the hour keep you at home,
Ladies; Let the dinner yo and all go !
General   Merchant
Outfits and  Guides  Furnished to  -Hunting** Parties!
Groceries,   Hardware,    Photo   Supplies,
Dry Goods, Drugs,   Etc.
if
B. 0. at PORTLAND.
The Centennial Exposition
Slanagement has decided to set
apart the period commencing on
Monday July 3, and ending* Saturday, July 8, as British Columbia Week. Separate days of the
week can be designated by municipalities of the Province, for
their special celebrations. And
n Dominion of Canada Day has
already been arranged for July
1st. Uncle Sam is including his
Glorious Fourth in B. 0. Week.
It is a grand opportunity for
getting better acquainted.
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NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall nt the
expiry of 60 days apply to the Chief commissioner of Lands and Works for permission fok
purchase 640 acres of land; commencing at
the south west corner of Lot 465 ;— thence
west 40 chains, north 160 chains, east 40
chains, south along the lines of Lots 460 and
466   to initial post. -
Empire Vallry, AUSTIN JANES
May 13, 1900.
GENERAL MERCHANT,
LILLOOET.
tor MINE
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 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 about half a mile west of the north west
coiner of Lot 466, thence norlh 80 chains,
east 80 chains, south 80 chains, west 80 chains
to initial  post.
Empire Valley -    J. S. PLACE.
May 13 1905
Arthur 11. Martley
Henry Schwartz
HUISTTEBS   &.   O-UIIDES.
Our terms are equitable.
We liave a complete outfit.
We give you a guarantee.
Blenheim,
LILLOOET,
April, 'og
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Notice
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of 2 months after date apply to the!
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works to
purchase 320 acres more or less of land in
Lillooet District commencing at a post about
1 mile east of 19 mile post Lillooel & Clin Jon
waggon road thence south 40 chains thence
east 80 chains llien norlh 40 chains then west
80 chains to initial post.
18 Mile Hou.e,    |   DANIEL HURLEV
April 10, 1900.    j"
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upright! In ono piece stand aatrnlnof BOOpnnndi. Common aprlalita aplloed nt ouch tinr breakai SJO
pound*.   Pagegaten, ornamental loncon. poo'try nettini., are •.aboard tbo world over.
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Notice is hereby given lhat at the expiry*
of 60 days from date, I shall apply to the'
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase 640 acres of land 5
commencing at lhe S. W. corner of Lot 463 :
thence west 40 chains along the lines of Lots
463 and 464; thence north 160 chains, east 40
chains, south 160 chains to initial point,
Clinton, May
23rd,  1906, JOHN COLVIN.
NOTICE
Sixty days after date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, Victoria, B.C. for permission to purchase 640 acres
of pasture land commencing at a stake marked N, E, corner about ■% mile west of Hog
Lake and I mile north of Lone Cabin credit,
Empire Valley B.C,—thence 80 chains west,
ihence So chains south, ihence 80chains east,
ihence 80 ch;iins norlh to point of commencement.
Dated May 23 '03. E. J. CARSON
NOTICE
Sixty days after date I intend to apply to
the Chi'ef Commissioner of Lands and Work*
Victoria, li.C. for permission 10 purchase 64c?
acres of pasture land, commencing at a point
nbout l mile north of Hog Lake, Empire Valley, If C. -thence So chains norlh, thence 8c
chains cast, thence So chains south, ihence
So chains west lo point of commencement.
I Inted M.-.v 23, '05
U. H. CARSON. The Prospector.
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Wealthy and Si;ittj(!.-,.:.-.
Mr. Balfour is not fi_ r.oliti'.-s for
fiioney. He has a. private income of
•nbout 5100,000 a year. He is a
close student of litei ature and tlie
arts. For. one picture, '"lhe Lecend
of the Brier Rose," which Mr. Balfour purchased from Bui no-Jones, he
paid 875,000. Seasides prevents
him fi'om traveling abroad. Tho secret of Mr. Balfour's ba'hsloihood
has never been revealed. It is said
that at one time ho offered his heart
and hand to a captivating' lady, who
did not accept thc honor, and henceforward, though an admirer of the
Bex, ht-i has been invulnerable to Cupid's arrows.
Two Hiudi of Dancers.
The Rev. Reginald Campbell of
tho London Cily temple during his
visit to America said a number of
amusing things. Unu of them concerned dancn.g. A young girl asked
Dr. Campbell If he did not consider
dancing graceful.
"Professional dancing," he replied,
"is, I admit, graceful enough in
Pome cases. But. what is tbere of
grace in the dancing of amateurs?
A man and a woman, close together,
spin solemnly about a room. The
man's long black coat tails flap.
Such persons alwys look to me as
il they had been hired i o dance and
were doubt_~t_ il vjiey would get
tiaid."
Had Ho Energy
to Do Ikr
For Sale.
100 HEAD OF
-E-TO-Rylsr
• STOCK
For Breeding* Purposes.
RICII'I. HOEY, - LILLOOET.
LYTTO-N"
Waa weak and run down and
tired all the time—Restored
by Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.
What hosts of people find their trouble de-
dcribed in thia letter. Losaof interest in work,
waning strength, persistent feeling's of fatigue
—such are tne symptoms wliich tell of tho
approach of nervous prostration, exhaustion
ond paralysis. The means of cure is at hand
in tlie form of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.
Mus. Gko.  Beattis,
Carr's  Brook,  Colchester
Co., N.S., writes: "Last
spring I was vr.y much
run down, felt tired all tlio
time, and did not seem to
v..   have life or energy enough
//   to  do my work.    Three
boxes of Dr. Chaao'3Nervo
Food did mo a world cf
good and made work a plea-
.- -. ,«„...'   ..irj. sure to me. I have not had
^~^C:'^>GCiasionto u?va,iy n,adi"
'VtQJJ   •>". *'    cine since, and have reoom-
rs,' ■nvi.vmv   mended Dr. Cliase'sNervo
JIBS. B~,ATTIE   Food  to aU friend9i
Wo always keep Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver
Pdli in t'ne house to bo n~tjcl for constipation,
pains in the luck and stomach troubles."
You can ho certain that each dusa of Dr.
Chase's Nerve Food is forming new blood,
cresting new nerve force, and building up the
Hysteui. 5()cts. a box, at all dealers, or lid-
ma jauu, Bu.es St, Co.. Toronto.
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The Manson Jtoys brought
in a hunting party and pack
train of 7 horses, from the
Cayoosh Creek country.
A.C. Ross, P. L. S. and
pal*by went out by [_ytfco*ti on
a Rebagliati Special.     They
'   ,.   ., .    The music was rendered by Mrs.
met the Kailway reconnais-j
,    n »   i      McDowell of Victoria, and  Mr.
ance party at Anderson Lake
,.,,-, „ I A. F. Hautier.     The liu.ll was
which   reached  town batur-
,-.•-,, .       ,    crowded.   Miss Nellie Baillie wns
day.    o horses  were bought \
,   "" ,   ...      .    _.T      ,     ...     Belle of tl.e Ball,  and everybody
here, and  Louis Mandeviue
.        I had a most enjoyable time.   It
engaged to go up  the  river.
,„, " . , lasted until 4 o'clock a.m.
Ihey  apparently  intend   to:
. ,        "       . ,    .       |    Miss \V. Gilligan, of Victoria,
keep  on the west side tor a|
and Mrs. McDowell,  are visiting-
distance above  Lillooet.    A \
Recently we laid a fine dance.
BX STAGE.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
Clinton and way points,
MONDAY • WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY
ALL CARIBOO POINTS MONDAY
150-MILE MONDAY AND FlilDAY
LILLOOET MONDAY AND FR ID AY
MAMMOTH   CAVE
considerable area of unlocat-
ed grazing  land is to be hae
| friends in Lytton.
The Sports Com I'n it tee intend
..'to offer pretty liberal prizes,  for
in the region which they will
Event-sou Friday, June 30th. to
traverse this week.
 make a successful Dominion Day
An agent named  Hosking Celebration, and attract the pa-
on  May 30th staked l'3';440|t.romige of the horse-racing Ira-
acres of timber near the line
ternity.   The sports are held on
of the V. VV. ct Y. near the ; Friday so as to have a dance to
junction of the CheaKamus follow, whicli would not be pos-
and   Squamish rivers. sible, if the sports took place on
A. IL Martley  received  a t,,e lsfc*
fine deer head from his taxi-     Wl"* Ro-0,s of G,ttdw,u "was
i  „    • , nearly killed bv a large uioiint-
uermisl. J • "
ain lion, which is supposed to be
The Seton   Lake  Sawmill
is bnsv as a bee.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given, lhat 30 days afu>r
date, I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of I .finds find Works, for permission 10
lease 320 acres of pasture land, described as
follows:— commencing nt a post wesl of the
Lillooet-Alexnndria waggon road on the north
line of my loi 62, Lillooet District; thence I
mile west, ihence a half mile north, thence 1
mile cast, thence a hnlf mile south to point of
commencement j containing 320 acres.
Dated this 9th day!
of May,   1905.     J
[   AlICIIAEL GILLEN
NOTICE
Nolice is hereby given, that 60 days afcr
•date, I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works; for permission to
purchase 40 acies of land, more or less, .in
Lillooet District, commencing at a post close
to the N. 15, corner of Lot 38, thence east 20
chains, Ihence north 20 chains, thence west 20
chains, thence south 20 chains to initi.il post.
Pavilion, B. C.
May 2, 1900.        PETEK  GA1.I..AK
Mr. Ledgerwood is evidently an expert at horticulture,
as well as Salmon-breeding :
ill the former, the finished
product can be admired by
all.
NEWS- ADVERTISER,
most reliable coast weekly
will cost;
with the PROSPECTOR,
SM.oO a YEAR  CASH .WITH ORDER
50  YEARS"
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... C613ro2dwav, U
. v-.J   te   uU, Sawn   1 w.
Brouoh Oiilco. Ci V St. Washington, u. C.
tlie same that lias been killing'
[Airing's sheep. Mr. Rogers was
hunting tor wild eats, and sure
enough he got up against a big
one. lie was close up before discovery, and only broke its fore
paw with a, shot, lie avoided
tiie first siiriiig but not the next.
In fact the panther, or cougar,
or puma, or catamount, or lion
or painter or what-you-enll-it,—
lit square OU his. back, and lie
did pretty well to getaway with
the loss of one eye antl most
of his clothes.
The Lillooet SKeptic says this
tale is twisted,   11.8 Rill Rogers|
hasn't  had  but one eye for ever j
so long.
A. G. IIEB AGLI ATI,
LYTTON,
X>*~,vAA<\/V',>X
GENERAL MERCHANT.
A wonderful subterranean excavation exists about 20 miles
east of the southeast extremity
of East Lillooet, which is said
to be the largest cave known.
It is only two miles from the
railroad, and not far from Revel-
stoke, in a region thought to be
fully explored. It has 4 entrances, and its length is two miles,
and its width nearly half a mile,
with a depth in places of over
2000 feet,
It is studded with millions of crystal and colored stalactite, from
white, pink, red, and brown, to
purple. They hang from the top ,
aud sides ill clusters like icicles.
Beautiful colored columns 6 inches in diameter rise from floor to
ceiling. The formation is blue
limestone, and the cave has been
formed-, probably, through the
action of water, for far down in
the abyss ill the centre of the
cave can be heard the rushing
waters of a mighty subterranean
liver, whose source or outlet is
yet a mystery. There are evidences that this cave had been
inhabited by Indians of an ancient race. As Rider Haggard is
scouting in the Rockies not far
from here, looking for stories, we
may yet hear their true history.
You know, he's great on caves !
LYTTON   STAGE.
Leaves Railway at Lytton at 7 a. tn,.
Monday!* Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays
One hour at, noon at Half-way House
Reach Lillooel 5 p. m. Returning on
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays and
Sundays.    -7  miles along the Fraser.
Beautiful  Scenery.
Special Tripe   made.
Write to
P.     REBAGLIATI   c\    CO- The Prospector.
HORBEgJlOJCS.
If ti. horse kicks off a. shiny old
~hoe, the finder will carry it carefully home and nail it over the
door. Ilow would forty look ?
All new, all different, all shining
like silver. Visitors at the Fair
at Westminster will see such a
collection, the work of J. D. Uren
of Lillooet. They might be saitl
to represent 40 days of skilled
labor at $5 a day.
They run from an ounce and a
half to three pounds ;—for running horses, Clydesdales, pacers.
racers, trottfers, oxen and mules.
Cross-firing shoes, contrivances
for interfering horses, heviculnr,
Knee-hitters, foundered, stifled :
side-weights, under toe weights,
spike toe weights, draught shoes,
side hill calks, sharp shod, Centennial shoe, (Harris patent.)
Bar plates, rim ridged, centre
or inside rimmed, bar protector,
spring bar to press the frog when
the foot is down only.
These shoes didn't come out of
a barrel,— They were al! made
right here.
.ilr. Uren has invented a. lock-
holt for fish-plates, or other uses.
lt is patented in Canada, U. 8.,
Britain and France. P. Santini,
nnd Duncan McDonald have each
un eighth interest in it. Arthur
Phair and J. B. Uren have applied for patent on another invention of the hitter's, an interchangeable gun sight for various
light and weather. Mr. Urea's
anti-rattler clip for Thill couplers
is patented in United States and
Canada, and is in use ou the BX
Stage wagon.   His spiral spriug-
m
, making machine may be seen at
1 lie shop. A child can operate
it. Also, an effective saw glimmer for cross cut saws,
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Jew years.-
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A choice and varied Assortment of liquors   aud cigars,
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and
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if you want to keep abreast of the
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P. O. Box 812, Vaneouver, B. C.
NOTICE
WHITE RQSE  AND ROSEMOUNT
MINERAL CLAIMS
SITUATED in the Lillooet Mining District
on McGfl'ivfay Creek aliout 2 miles aliove
Anderson Lake. Take notice that I, J. II.
Purdy. free miner's certificate No. U528-.4
and I, Dr. Alfred Poole, free miner's certificate No. li 78438 intend 60 days from date
hereof lo apply to the Mining Recorder for a
certificate of improvements for the purpose
of obtaining Crow n Grants of the above claims
and further take notice lhat action un'der
-ection 37 must be commented before the
issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Dated this 14th day of April 1905.
By George Hurley.
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LATEST ARRIVALS.
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Family Syringes, HouseholdanilTyrian,
Sen Sen, Bieulbleis, Sozidont, Epsom
S.Uts in oz. packets, Pain Killer, Face
Powder, 3 II Liniment, Carboline for
ilie H.\ir, Strychnine X'als for coyotes,
Lune .Iniee Tabloids, Lorill.ird'u Saotch
Snuff. Emulsion C. L. Oil, Silver Polish,
I. iU|>li on li-its, Combs and Crushes.
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for, and this is lo lei jou know they are
here.
Buv your medicines at ihe Drug Store.
Just to the extent that you help us by
buying from n~, we shall be uble to help
you by keeping a large assortment ol
uooda to supply your requirem.nis.
CLARKE & CO.,
LILLOOET, 13, G,
• ^■**i>;iitip<l anil .Tuntlfifd.
Longf How has made it incumbent
on us to explain and justify the expulsion of the Acadians. If it had
been only Acadians in tho abotract
who had teen expelled the affati
iv on Id have been forgotten Ions? ago.
Nobody has any sympathy with ths
Acadian:, in tho abstract, because no-
bodv has ever met t'oin or associated with them in that fjrm. Expelling
tho Acadians would scarcely awaken
ii passing comment, but expelling two
Acadians is u serious matter and
must be justified. Longfo'low has
shown vs two Acadians, icil, living
, co; b If e oursdves, people who wero
not attractions, people with li'e,
hope,  aCecticn,  love and   constancy.
II*.w   It   Ih Dot).**
It is only as we regard our fellow-
11101 t'l*< as abstractions that wo can
Mil, scattor, InjUio.or speak cil of
thorn. So long as we regard them
as human beings like ourselves, only
not qui to so good, with affection's
.md sympathies, with feelings, with
friends and relatives, with hopes and
aspirations, with joys and sorrows,
wo cm.not do any of these things
ri.e soldier bills the enemy because
the enemy Is an abstraction. But bo
will share the contents 01' his water-
bottle with tno same enemy wotindnd
on tie field, because that enemy has
-.eased to be an abstraction and !iu_!
bceor. e a man.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given ihat I shall at the
expiry of 60 days apply to the Chief Comtrfis-
sioifer of Lands and Works, for permission to
purchase 640 acres of land, commencing at _.
post about one mile up little Churn creel: from
its junction with Big Churn creek, ihence
norlh 80 chains, cast 80 chains, south 80 chains
west 80 chains lo initial post.
ALEXANDER McEWEN
Empire Valley, May 15, 1900.
NOTICE
WOODCHUCK, WOOD-DUCK, and
TELEPHONE Mineral Claims.
Situate in the Lillooel Mining Division of
Lillooet District. Where locaied, on Cadwallader creek, a tributary of bridge Kiver.
Take notice that I, Leslie Hill, Free Miner's
certificate, No, li 81469 for myself and as
agent foi K.J. Taylor, Free Miner's certificate
No. It 53182 and L. G. limns, Free Miner's
certificate Ni>. li 83853, intend, sixty days
from ths dale hereof,   lo apply lo the Mining
. Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for
the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of lhe
j above claims.
And farther take notice lhat action under
section 37 must be commenced   before the is-
! suance of such Certificate of Improvements'.'
Dated this Stli day of   \     LESLIE HILL
April, A. 1).  1905.    J
NOTICE
Notica is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry ol" z months after date apply to tlie
Commissioner of Lands and Works 10 purchase 00 acres more or less of land in Lillooet
District commencing at a post near top of 17
mile hill west side nf waggon road then norlh'
to my pre-emption then west to my post then'
suuth to southeast post then east to initial
post.
18 Mile House, THOS. J' COLE.
April 17, 1900.-

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