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The Prospector Aug 22, 1903

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Vol. 6. No. 5.
|One of the points on which many ol the
|uo~tevellieaded and experienced of g>id
I.liners have a weakness, is the search
[or the mother lode, as il is called. It i.
search, which, if  successful,   would
|mean unlimited  wealth   for die luck,
inder.   There is something in  geology,
iiul more in dim historical traditions io
lead men into such a search, hut iis re-
nulls, so far, have been  loss of money,
health and life.   Yet wl en a miner gets
|the "moilier lode fever," he is apt to
continue the search  until de.-iih,   aud
[generally death  in a tragic form, puts a
■ permanent end  to liis wanderings and
The theory of the mother lode seema a
Iplausible one in many way., and even
Iscientific research lias not been able to
■decide d finitely as talis ti nth or falsity.
Ilu California; the Klondike and mo. t
olher gold di. tiiuti lhe first finds are in
rivers   and streams   which  run   down
■ from some adjacent mountain  range. I
is known, of course, that this gold comes
| down from the mountains ai d iImI it
was placed there amid great iohviiI-
i-ions ot natuJo in lormer geoliigieal
periods. The gold found in streams it
limplv the loose void lhat has been
swept down during the ages, while, the
gold found in quartz, is, according lo
theory, the outcropping from some great
central lode. Such a lode, if existent',
would hein thecen ral pirtof theuicun-
eain range.-.
There are eett in historical traditions
to bear out llii-i view. The stories of
great cities and civilizations in South
Africa in remote ages, might indicate
that their wealth and power was founded on the possession of gold mines iu the
region north of Johannesburg, a region
which is said lo exceed Johannesburg iu
the richness of its mineral deposits, bul
which is practically unexplored from a
a mineral point of view. Then, too, in
the Klondyke there have been finds of
ancient c ins, which would seem to ih w
traces of a former civilization. These
traditions, combined wilh the fascination and possibility of the mother lode
theory, have cast a spell over many a
miner which in the end has led him to
his death.
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lever's Y-Z (Wise Head) Disinfectan.
Soap Powder dusted in the bath, softens
the water and disinfects. 38
or laily in eaeh county to mainige business for
11.11 old entiiMI ished house of solid fl naneial stand
big. A striiight, boim IU1c ensh siihiry ot $18,1X1
.paid by cheek eaeh Wedne~duy with all expenses direct from headquarters. Money advanced for expenses.
.Malinger.840 Caxton Building,Chicago.
Take Noticei that sixty days after date I, Ihe
undersigned, will apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission lo
purchase the following described lands In Kast
i.iiiooet: Commencing at a North-West post
in the l'llew Hills, situated oil Upper Headman's Creek thence 80 chains East, thence W
chains South, thence 80 chains WeBt, llienec
_0 chains North to the point of commencement,
containing 820 acres more or less, fur grazing
.lames II. Uren,
Dated at Lillooet, P.C.   July 8th, 1008.
$1-00 a year.
Political  Items
Ellison litis hern ivnoininnled in
Eusfc Yale bv the Conservatives.
Siinilkiiinei.li ('onservuliveN Imve
nominated Mr. Nhnlford.
Mr. Stirling is the Literal stau-
ilai-.l bearer in Qkuuiignu.
Mr. MaeMaiiniuon Inn. lieen
noininiili.il ns llie Conservative
candidate lor West Ynle.
Vaneouver lins 7,420 iinnies on
the votei-H list, the largest  Itu111
lierevei- recorded tor one list in
British Columbia.
Mr. Aulay Morrison nnnle a
ItiHtt speech in. ll,ie Ottawa , Car-
lin.nient h:st iMoiiilny iii favor of
the (irniiil Trunk Trhnscdntinent
nl i-.iilwji.y.
In the next issue of the prospector there will appear a table
showing- the names of the men
who have already been nominated in the various ridings. As
nominations  take    place  other
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Dan Hurley is in town with the
clean-up from (lie Lorne mine.
George Bell reliirned last Tues-
ilav from.: visit to the Const.
I., Bell, Indian A "en I, has been
spending- a few days iu town this
The scow part of the new gold
dredge will be launched in about
two weeks' time.
Mr. and Mrs. dimming, left
town this morning to visit their
sou at I'avilio- .
Messrs. Hawks, .liiur., and das.
Brett. a<re tlown irom the Anderson Lake mines.
J. Blackwell, traveller for blue
ribbon   tea, came  in  by  special
stage this week.
C. M: .lames,  representing  the
Canada. Iti bherdmipnuy, visited
names will be added to the list.    | ,()W|| |.lfs(i Wednesday.
One of the features of the pres-
ent campaign is the large* number of Socialist. Indedeiident and
Labor candidates already in the
field. Ill, most ridings the contest will bea three-cornere<] one.
So far there has been little talk
of a third party in Lillooet District, but a later stage may develop one.
W.M. Brandon, who hastaughl
iu the town school during the
last four years, left for the East
last Wednesday morning.
Bond Superintendent Bell returned from a trip of inspection
along the Bridge Biver trails,
and left town again this morning
for the East section of his route.
Tlie name of .his. Watkinson,
of Lytton Bond, was omitted
in the listof mem hen. of lhe West
Lillooet! ''niservativeCoininittee.
sA-ll amended list is given oil page
four of this issue.
General sorrow is being expressed at the death of Mrs. Beddick,
of Lytton Rd. The deceased, who
had beeu ailing for a long time,
bore nfflicioii with remarkable
fortitude. The bereaved family
have the sympathy of the whole
To All Whom it May Cone rn.
We call lhe attention of all sufferers from
the liquor drinking hain't toour advertisement
on page 2 of this issue. Dr. Saunders guarantees locure lhe worst cases, easily, safely,
and absolutely. He offers to. forfeit *__po for
any case he cannot cure. Send I'or f ee liool.-
lel to Dr. W.H. Saunders,
Dept. B, 1180.
Englewciod Station,
Chicago,   III.
I . II. Kinder, who paid a. hurried call at "The Prospector" office this week, reports considerable
work done on the Bridge Biver
properties this season, especially
on the Bend 'Or, Lorne. I'ioeeer
and (iaynor and Gibson claims.
W. Jones, the Backer, has struck
rich ciuuibar, and H employing
hunter "Jack" while he goes to
prove his finds.
Harvesting has commenced in
the North West Territories.
The run of sockeye has greatly
Lord Salisbury is dangerously
The Cari'ioo Consolidated clean
up for 58 days was |48,()0().
The first meeting of Afa.skall
Commission will be held on Sept.
Hon. Mr. Boss says that the
Federal elections will take place
this Fall.
The British Admiralty has i,-
sued an emergency order for one
million Ions of co.il.
The Panama canal treaty I.as
been rejected by  the Columbian
Subscribe for The Prospector.
Canada's surplus for the last
fiscal year is fourteen and a half
million dollars.
Admiral Cervera, of Santiago
repute, has resigned as chief-of-
staff in the Spanish navy.
Russia will increase her foi-'.e in
Manchuria to800,000men in anticipation of her war with Japan.
Tlie Cloverdale desperado, who
assaulted Miss Marshall, of that
town, has been cleverly captured.
The first yacht race for the America, i Cup was declared off, on
account of both yachts being becalmed, ami unable to linisli the
race iu the allotted tiule.
The commercial Congress met
hi Montreal this week, and voted
iu favor of preferential trade, fast
Atlantic service and the reduction of postage on mail from (il.
Britain to Canada.
Empress of India is reported as
being in collision with the Chinese cruiser Huang Tai which Sauk
and the captain and 18 men were
drowned. All the re**t were saved
liy the Empress.
Turks Defeated.
A terrific battle is reported from
Bulgaria. Three thousand Turkish soldiers attacked oue t lions-j
aud Bulgarians, and after the
fight had raged foi- six hours the
attacking force was repulsed and
left 210 dead and wounded on
the field.
Soma   KeinHi-l.»ni«   _ar<M   lu   New   Smith
Wales,  .VuBtriillit   Exploration Is
Now Sj-Hlemiitie.
About seventeen miles from Goul-
liui-n, tho metropolis of lhe southern
port ion ot* New South Wulos, i.i the
somewhat ))i_tuiCjquc township of
llungonia, pleasantly situated on thc
bunk of n wile ore;, . wi.i.u, wim
three ofchort.—tho \u(.-<|i_a-, Mpiiiif,'
L'ond, and Termra—wLl.in a thoi'l
distance of each other, ussi t in making- tho iii tfiet one ol an e.-xeptio'n-
ally fertile character. Many parts ol
the (.istiiet arc ai ifcrous, aid some
day wil Ik- found ii*:hly piouuctivo.
The Marulan country, in which Bun-
gonia is situated, has long been regarded as one of the future centres
of the gold mining industry in the
state. In tonic plnios the limestone
formations are of considerable extent, and in tho masses of limestone
rock, nt some points yielding marhlc
equal to any imported from Italy,
that obt lined iron} the \i inity o.
Marulan to wash iji. being unsurpassed
in- beauty and quality are several
groups ofcuvis, of which c.nly a portion have been .explored,
s\xt-mntl<* Exploration.
rraclical'y, the work of exploration was not systematically commenced until within the Inst few
years, owing to the dangerous character of the undertaking, visitors being content with entering the mouth
of what may be regarded us the principal ca\e system, pie ing into the
murky darkness beyond. The entrance chamber, the roof of which is
about 80 feet above the ground, ia
known as the belfry, from its conical shape. From here a shaft, some
150 feet in depth, is descended b.v
means of a windless and rope, thi'
water-worn and polished appearance
of the sblis of the (halt bearing evidence to the chr.sm having been periodically at no distant date thc
scene of an immense subterranean
waterfall. Proceeding along one of
two passages a couple of large chambers are traversed, after which, passing a distance of 200 feet, two more
chambers, filled with beautiful stalactites, are entered. Beyond here tho
cave opens out into what may bo
termed an Immense natural tunnel at
least S00 feet in length, and, in
places, 100 feet in height, and 50
feet in width.
The side walls ajc vortical, and the
roof semi-cbculnr, the whole, on account of the smooth nnd true surfaces everywhere- prosinted, bearing
the appe. ranee of linvii g been chiseled out by mau. At tliis poinl the
led out by num. At 11 .is point the
work of exploration bus ceased for
llie present. The second passage.
milling from tin' bottom of tho
shaft, although not very extensive,
contains some interesting slnlug-
niiti- basin-like growths, which
have fci'llied in u scries of terruci'S
on the lower portions of lhe walls
and floor, and, as would appear to
be, very frej tently the case, each row
of basins is filled with put'O water,
which, dripping into the next, seties.
and so on till it reaches the lower'
depths, presents a pretty sight.
Another 4_r«at Cave.
Another cave formation in lhe snme
neighborhood has also been partially
explored. I' is entered through an
opening in tin- face of the rock, about.
200 feel above the base, the entrance, I'lom twenty to forty feet in
height, nnd (tverag-ing ten feet in
width. nx1 eliding a distance of nearly 1,000 feel. From thc same landing a rough, craggy chasm und water extend easterly nearly 1,200 feet,
the l'.x.f being at a height of from
thirl.v feet to one hundred feet, Hero
are to be seen myriads of stalactites,
of all shapes, several being over ten
feet in length. For a distance of
900 fed .there lire a series of drops
of from tour  to live feet 'iy TIIK   PHOSPKOTOK, r_ll.I.O(>1_T, IU\. AUGUST 22. 1903.
PUM.fSIIl I)   l.\ I \o>     S.\ II KIJ .*_
iiv  i ni-: i'n i.im. :r >it i'uiii.hiiinu cii.viim.nv
lill:    PMOSI'KC I OK is the 1111I5 paper ptih
lislieil in lhe I.IUontM District, und Is all Home
SilliM-riiiiliins;  nn,- Uol In r 11 \ em i n ml vnnee.
Ail reelIslng rn.os iiiiuIi* I, mi on n|,|,liei u.
t'on'esi.iinilcnec   l> invlicil on nil niiiliers ol
pulilie or 1 .I mt -1      \ll eoiuiiiiinlciillons
imn>t   Im  in- |.n 11 ioil  l.y   Hi..   11,une   of   lhc
v ' Her, Iml nul  •c.-mu lly fur |iiilillcnllou.
Another liue.-s
Mi'. .J.11, 1'n'iil iff hns iiiinouiic-
pil t Iml In- m ill iml 1 if ,1 cii idiilti.te
Foi- noiiiiiitif ii ui, su 1 'ml 1 here is
u[)[mii| unit \ fop nnnblior i_.iu.hh
us low do w ill ftinifst LilloOeti
in the Uoiisei'viil ive inlei _sl.
The Chinese Question
Locnl interest litis been ilivert-
fiil to lhe "Yellow Peril" 1111 • *. 11 <__-11
I he cii'ciihil ion oFliiindliillsbn lhe
subject*.. We cnn see l.lui.1; llie discussion of I lie whole quest ion from
•1 Dominion, or even 11, Proviucicl
stniid|ioiiit, would enl.-iil 11 vast
expenditure of tiiiue and money,
for it- would li.i.nllv be the lhiii»
l.o nuil.e ii cut on the lolev nud
.Dennenitesforde'.iliii'j,' with snme
sul.'jecl; I herefore weniusl, be content, for I he -(resent, to look at
the "Chinese Question" from a local point of view.
In view of I he certainty  of a
Provincial election  iu the month
of October, and the possibility 01
a Dominion   election  about  the!
same t hue, il, is natural for both |
political parties to desire  Iti use
this subject, to their own  ndvau-
. " • • 1 •
tuge, .-is (Ninipiiif'ii   aiiiiiiunit ion.
But, considering' the question lo-
c.-illv, we tire impressed, not with-!
standing posters ami n.rj>unients I
to the cont in ry, that we do not
really wish to restrict Oriental
liniuif ration. Why do we dare
to sny this? Because of I he following facts:
1. If our renders walk  out to
the government salmon hatchery '
they will see "John" on li'overn-'
men. property, in ngovernment
building, conking inenls For government, employees,  nnd   no one'
tnlksof  practical   restriction   of
Chinese 1,-ibor there.
2, "John" mny be seen working on the r.-iiich of the libernl|
candidate For this dist i-ict; in the
places of business of two of the
Liberal committee in this town,
and ou the much oF nnother|
commit.tee member.
.'.. The reason why   more  oF lis
II live no Chinese help is because
we cannot 1 iffoI'd to keep "John"
constantly. But we, whether Con-
valiveor Liberal, get him as often as possiblefor'house cleaning!
nml garden  work, to do  in Fact,
1 he t hings we would ml her not
do ourselves.
So long iis those tiling's exist.
we cannot use handbills or ar_.ii-
ments iiguiust the iiuiuigi'iition
of the Chinese, wilh  effect.
These remarks, we repeat, nre
mnde from a local point of view, j
and are given gratis. Togo into
consideration nnd dis-Mission of
theories oil the subject, and 10
look at the subject from a Provincial or Dominion stand point,
menus the expenditure of much |
lime and money .-tl current rates.
Why DRINK? '   '"
What has it ever done tor ynu but harm?
TRY LIFE AGAIN now without it.
THERE IS A WAY now of making
resolutions that keep; that cannot help but keep
Perlii.psthe reason why Mr. Foley, the Socialist, does not divide,
his $.25  a   (lily,  of government
pny,   is 'hat   he  thinks  tlmt   a-
mount only a Fnir wage for n In-
boring man.    For the present lie
is willing that, nil amounts .ibovej
this be used For thi? com 111011 good'
of his comrades.
'-'.COR   ni.iNKiCi-s   ciu::i>,   Easily, S.iftly, Absolutely.
ATHOMK, With no lo3_ of'1'iineor Labor.
Tl '*r>' i.s an nnl'-'blfiicii niil now which hikes bnlil of a man iiielnni Iv.
Inslfiiil oi 11 ull ing a 11 rink or it iiives liim alino. t i in medial civ the M,ap of
new life anil p.ivvei—lets llie . imlii'l'l of ho| e into hi. tout nt ut:c.' anil
sets hi- in 1 nil inio operation ilh all iis be-t intelligence a prompt re-
suit of effneiH on ibe neivef, cl< mai'li ami \v1>ole I oily which are quirk
ami min vi'lulls. While HI thin pnint the euro lias only heyim, ihe en
enura._eni.nt i- m great lhat piubtibly no medical wuik tqu.ils ihis in
satisfaction to a patient.
With il i*. In lp again fi the il rink ha hit any man who wants to lift from
It's life the haiiilii:.ip of liquor usint_ ran tio so wftb immediate resulis.
Tnis miaianteeil ireatinent is within reaeli of all. Convenient tenm enn
be arranuetl sntisfai'iory to any one who ih at all rea-onable, Ihoiitih, as
all piople uiiilersitiiiil. it ilues i i.t roiiipaie with ihe woiihless quack
ernes ailverii-eil at su much per packaue, or "Free", ete. ll i- a different
mailer from all tbis to leifect a course of thorough, special, personal
treatment that will really do tlie work ami cure forever, ll. is a .-erinus
iinileriakinj; ami reqnuesa higli form nl .cieiitific professional w*ik. All
the different lctnils. oi cases tire, lundl.d under guaranteed results. Only
•kill that is jleveiopnil to the bis_h,jnt cii'i doit. Onlv professional fi «<
can pay for ihe time ii requites, though tbey are made moilerale .ml convenient foranyboily Tbe u.ethoilsof practice* useil in this work has cost
vears of line', vast sillily ami expensive experiment*. The originator, 1)-.
William H. Saunders, hail attracted wiile notice lor liis workoon .Neivous
diseases lung before pelfectinj! Ibis treatment. Air.l still nothing hut care
ami person a I at I en lion lo cases t inlay make- it possible for him lo accomplish the absiilu e cures which he guarantees. So the reader will see
it.is treatment mean- thorough scientific, professional attend-ill. I'm it
also melius results lhat n.e absolutely ceriaiu. Tne s pie nil id lirst effects
on ii man are alone worth the entire cost of treatment.
This treatment cnn be uiven WITH or WITHOUT the knowledge of
the pa'h'iil ami can lie placed in any of his foods or liquid" ihal he utes,
and Iteinir itu'oiless and ta-lel"ss, ii does ils work so silently nnd quickly
ihat'iheil uukaril is leclainied even against his will and wi bout his
knowledge and co-operation. The wife mated for years ton husband addicted io i It s curie « ill wonder if curing her husband hv her ow u effort**
can he true. "1" it pmsible I hut 'here is such a glotiotis opportunity?"
'lie will ask. And 11 mil 4a mis of wives who have put il to the test ami le-
j dee in the reclamation of heir siiou.es who seemed lost to all sense of
ndf, tespivt, generosity and manliness will trumpet out In ihe world,
" Ye", i' is true". Our t tea in em w pnrelv vegetable, con lain" no narcotics, opiates, poisons or in imo a 1-. We u-e no hypodermic Injec'ioil nf gold,
nor any dangerous compound. It can lie i a ken al le une without an . lo-*-
or detention from I ti-iims-.. I' siimnlates the neivous _iv.-iein at once.
inoiea.es lhe apiietile, and afford- perfect res:, at night. It ads directly
il i ii i n ihe slum itch, bu Ids u:i li ■ who'e system, eliminates all ir ice of liq.
nor fiom the body an I leave. ii.c patient in the same condition as if liquor
Int.I never beeu taken.
those ivlni hsve In en deceived ny niirihles- remedies. If vnnr friend or
hushaT-il i*. ihe worst ca-e in ne community, we are more anxious to cure
him.    Read the following.
Si. John's School, Okla., Aug. 18th, 1002.
in-. W.TI. S~ti"ile.rs& To.,
Dear S r-*:— I have just returned after a long absence, and feel it my
dui v to write vou ei nicer n in*.' mv two patients, One of ibem F.R..., gave
up the treat men I. after nbout I wo weeks. The other, Win. C..., c.uiilinm d
to take 11 e 'real m eil fail hi nil v, and he litis been able lo refuse whi-ky a
bundled lime" and does not crave it at all. l«*or nine vears he has been
awav from bis parents and never during that time has be been able to
keep away from home lone enomrh lo visit home. Ile is now visitina his
honi'.' in ('levels1 tl, Ohio, nnd I expect hit:: back In a few davs. When be
lefi he promi-id lu* would iiotlonel. whi-ky while away. I tcusl he vvill
keep his good lesoliition. Kindly let me have a few pamphlets fur dis-
tril.itit.ion. There men few case" I would like lo get for jour lieulmeiit.
W.shing you success, lam
Very truly yours.
Sister Superior.
St. John's School-,   (irey Horse, Okla., Sept. 27, 1002.
Dr. W. II. Saunders,
Hear Sir:— Yont lelter re.'eived and contents noted. Mv patient
returned after visiting home, and has nof touched wh'n-key. 1 am so glad
that he look yonr treat ment and I is mother is simply delighted to think
that be doe" notdrink. The change worked in this man has attracted the
attention of everyone.    Iain
Very respect fully,
Sister Superior.
St. John's School, Gray Horse, Okla., D.c. 28. 1002.
(Ir. \V,   ||. Sanndeis.
Dear Sii:— I wrote von some time ago about, publishing my letters.
I lie-itnt.'d bpoflU.ethey were written in haste, nnd I doubt it they are
tit to puulish. It is ti debt nf grill il lide on my part and if the letters will
hene.ll you iu nny way. make u-e of i hem. Iris Ibe only mentis I hnve
to make nny return for your kindnes', Tnis I ask leave out my name,
and simple si^'ii, Sister Superior, and of course Ollllt tlie name of the patients.    Mr. U is doing Well.    He does not crave whiskey at all.
With best wishes of the season,
1 am, very Irnlv yours,
Sister Superior.
I'olvadern, New Mexico, Dec. lllh, 1001
Dr.  W.H. S tunders &_*>.,
(Ienllenien : - I have taken your medicine
fnr the liquor habit, which was recommenced to me by a friend in my
town. I only took one mouth's tre itlll -nt which completely cured ine.
I hnve no desire to drink any more. I suffered lor vees with this curse.
Please accept my thanks for the ireatinent. Rest assured that I. shall recommend your treatment lo everyone in need of same.
I nm, very truly yours,
Calletnno Garcia.
WE HAVE BEEN, and nre, curin<_ ihoii"aiuls and we have hundreds
of testimonials on tile speakimr of Ihe_e wonderful cures WE WILL
for particulars and save the d iwnfalleu. All unrresp ieitce is held sac-
re My conliilential. No name" of patients published without tbeir written
consent.   ('on»ultaiion FREE.   All correspondence without marks.
FI..I.1. BOOK.    Dr. S Hinders latest. tr~aiise on Ihe ean"es. various
tvnes. in,/i| siicces-ful treatment of the liquor habit—'-A CURSE   ANI)
Its I I'RI'',."—mailed   free for a 2c. stamp.
Or. W.H. Saunders & Co.
Dept. B. 1457,
Englewood Station,
Chicago, III.
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Let the GOLD DUST twins do your work."
Snow  white clothes  are  the  result of using
It   makes light   the labors of   washing.    Turns
wash day into play day.    Better than any Soap
and move economical.
Chicago,        New York,       Boston,       St. Louis.      Montreal-
0_E__NT_n]_E^_A-I_.     ___v_E_E3_RO_ETA._]_>r'lJ
Miners Supplies.'
IiILLOOir [".*,   _3.rC_
Branch Store at Bridge Uiver where _|
full stock of General Merchandise and Min
ers,Outfits are on hand.
,T. Dunlop, General Mercliant, Lillooet, B.C
repeat. They don't jam, catch, or fail to extract.
In a word, they are the only reliable repeaters.(pf
Winchester rifles are made in all desirable
calibers, weight.* and styles; and are plain,
partially or elaborately ornamented, suiting every
purpose,   every   pocketbook,   and   every  taste.
made for all kinds of shooting in all kinds of guns.
_-„_._. _end nome nnd address on n Postal
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jloke Con volition oh September
1,1., li>02:
-"Tlmt this Con veil I ion  ih-
inns the policy of the I'n ity in
itters of Pruvincinl roiuln nml
tils; the ownership uiul conlrol
rnilwnys and (he development
the   .Igl'icil.tlll'lll   lesoill-res  of
|e Province, nsl.-iid down in lhe
Lint form   adopted   in   October i
p99, which is ns follows:
'To actively aid in the construction of
ills throughout the Province and the
[lilding of Provincial Trunk roads of
[uhlic necessity.
'To adopt the principle of Govern-1
lient ownership of railways in eo far as j
ilia circumstances of the Province will
limit, nnd to adopt the  principle that
feo bonuJ should be gntnted to any rail-
lay compiny which does not give the
foverninent of tha Province control of j
latesover line, bonused, together with |
|he option of purchase.
"To actively assist hy State aid in the
development of the agricultuial resources of the Province." j
2—That in the meantime and until
ie Railway policy ahove set forth can
_>e accomplished, a genera' Railway Aei
passed, giving freedom to construct
[railways nnder certain approved regulations, analagous to the system that hae
Ifesulted in such extensive railway construction in the United States, with so
[much advantage to trade and commerce.
3—That to encourage '.he mining jn-
Idv.stry, the taxation of metalliferous
Irnini-s should he on the basis ol a pcrcen-
|of the net protits.
■4—That the Government ownership of
[telephone systems should he (nought
[about as a first step in ihe acquisition
I of public, utilities.
5—That a portion of every coal area to
|be hereafter disposed of, should he re-
lserved from sale or lease, eo that Btate-
| owned mines may easily he accessible,
if their operation become'necessary or j
1 advisable.
6—That in the   pulp land leases pro-
vision should  he made for   refoiesting
and tlmt steps should   be  taken for the j
general preservation of forests hy guard- j
ing against the wasteful  destruction of j
7—That the Legislature and govern-!
ment of the Province should per.eveie
in the effort lo secure the exclusion  of
Asiatic lab'T.
8—Tnat the matter of better subsidies
and appropriations for R.C. be vigorously pressed upon the Dominion Government.
9—That the silver "lead industries he
fostered by the imposition of increased
Customs duties on lead and lead products importe I into Canada.
10—Tnat arrangements he made for an
amicable adjustment of the relations between employeis and employed.
11—-That it is advisable to foster the
manufacture of the raw products of the
province within the Province as far ae
practicable by means of taxation on the
said raw products subject to rebate ol
the same in whole or in part when manufactured in British Columbia.
Lillooet District
Attracting Attention
As   I
on account of
Its Fraser River Placers.
urback as the  year It.68, successful placer mining was carried on at Horse Bee!
near the town  of Lillooet.    The adjoining  ground is being worked will,  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.=-^
ANDKitso.N lake and biudgk iiiviBtt mining properties will prove themselves sufficient to
form a prosperous camp. Yet there are miles of  territory that remain  unprospected.
S    3. Its Fishing and Hunting Grounds.-^"
Increasing numbers of tourists from all parts of the globe testify that the sportsman s
j Paradise is here. Mountain sheep, bear, deer, and all kinds of large and small game
!abound.    Anglers find the lusty trout where least expected, and  fresh salmon cease to
be a luxury.
TIi.m i'ttal l-'nuiiiif TIimcn Slioul.l I.ih-oiii--
iii.    tit** I**.-  uf  ltni|iirt-i*M.
Among' the several bra nt hen of Cor-
imh11 iuiiiiM v wii.en dc.-ei'ie u I fin ion
he a'iM' ul luii economy, I In i,' it—
envoi.' or uti.i/.uiion < 1 si me raw
null ci in! which exists iiniihctl, or bo
Citi s ■ ilii\\ im nl •* i lie most iuii l.i-
).eni nppiici.Lioii ui s i mi ic i nutt.
ledge t'1 teci.niiul pio.e&es, may be
reckoned the iniuiiii'aeiurc of b,i,uet«
ie.s from biown c*ml, peat ..nil the
dust nntl waste oi coal mines. Canada N well p.cpniTd li\ nat.re to io«
e this i j ti. > _.. < • 11 to htr uu.t'iiiit
..*l, milage.
iltiipieiiiK form ilie principal do-
fitcslie fuel of i.ei'lin ami iilhei- cities
and dislri is in (i< nnany; ihey ere
nsetl for locoiuothu antl t t ir iteam
li.ing. and are employed for In a: ing
in various pin esses of manufacture.
For all these iss tiny have thi-ao
tangible advant.ges: They are c oaii
and convenient to handle; they light
easily and quickly, and burn with a
cleaf, intense (lame; v. hen made of
lignite i r ]ieul they burn pi'a licnl y
without smoke and are withal the
cheapest form of fuel for most purposes, says Frank 11. Mason in Cas-
sier's Maguzlne for January.
Like most other important German
industries, the briqurtte manufacture
is controlled by a syndicate which
includes among its members th r y-
one (inns and companies, or more
than nine-tenths cf all the producers
in Germany, and regulates the output and prices for each year. From
the official I'epoM nf the syndicate for
1901. which has recently appeared,
it is learned thut the to ai output
during the year was 1,566,385 tins,
to which is to I e added the i roduet
of makers outside the syndicate, consumed at works, sma:l ictail sales,
etc., ma' ing a grand total of 1,-
(343,410 tons.
It need hardly be said that the general use of biiquettcs for domestic
fuel in a largo, densely built (ity, as
well as for generating steam in a
number of e'eclric general ing pl.-nts
and fa tints, must ha\e a decided
and beneficial intiuen-o in reducing
the smoke, which in many pla es has
becoui5 a poise tot and oppro'sivc
nuisance, fee I in. although a busv
manufacturing city, ran1 s as ore of
the cleanest and  best le; t in Europe.
4. Its Salubrious Climate.-
at an altitude that renders the seasons temperate and equabl
n the dry  belt, and
. climate is most suitable for health-seekers.    Semi-tropical fruit may be grown, and
November, rosebushes and geranium plants may be seen in bloom
at the present tiim
in the gardens of the town
Nearest Uailway towns are  ASiicnovT and lytton, on
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NOTICE is hereby given that all creditors
of William Frederick Allen, ol Lillooet, B,C,
Hotel-keeper, deceased, are required, on or
before llie 22nd day of August, 1903, to send
to the undersigned, post-paid, particulars of
their claims duly verified.
And nolice is hereby given that the undersigned will, after the said date, proceed to
distribute the estate among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims
of creditors of whose debts or claims they
shall then have received notice, and that
they will not be responsible for the assets, or
any part thereof, so distributed to any person
or persons of whose debts or claims they
shall not have received notice.
Dated July 21st 1903.
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Captain Reginald II. •. Dacon,   D.
S. O., v,ho has just been appointed
to the newly-creatad pott of ' m-
spa tor Captain •' Submarine
Hunts." is, according t» The Chronicle, ono ol' Ih:' greattst exports in
all methods of* underwater wai fare in
tho royal navy. >*or many months
In* was in command of tho tt rpcclo
gunboat Htvwjd, whiik \.i_n station-
r.l at llnruiw to act tin "n.othfT-
ship" ti1 the five tin- diving torpedo boats built by Messis. Victors,
Sons ^ Maxim. It was Captain
Macon's business to mako tv trip
under wai t in oath of these "submarine itssti. sits" (as un old writer
calls thein), und we rejoice to learn
tlmt he is none lhe worse for his
experiences ol "potted nir." Captain
Lin on has now vacated the command
of the Hazard on being appointed to
the se-ond-tlass cruiser Latona,
which is stationed at Portsmouth to
look after submarines Nos. "2" and
".'$," which have arrived at tho
southern port. ■ Nos. "1." "■_■" and
"5" will be delivered over to thu
Admiralty in a few days' time, and
the 11 _i.*.»t-<l will convoy them to
Portsmouth, it is a pity no names
have been found for these newest engines of naval warfare.
tTliv Papa Wotil.l Let Her <3o.
Edith—"Richard, this would be a
pood time to apply to papa for his
consent. Richard— Is he in a particularly Rood humor? Edith—By no
means, lie is very angry over my
dressmakers' bills, and would be glad,
of almost any excuss to got rid ol
me.—Sydney Town and County Jour*
o«J.        -   ■   J TIIK   IM.OSPECTO!:, LILLOOKT, I..O., A .'(ii'ST 2.'. 1003.
llo.r tlie l>l~|uil«i)rl|[lllul.l.r Am,-. Whal
Ih lhc I.'ouhI ? Delvi'iiiinutioii of Ilic
l-int* I*, a l.c^al Question- l.iuv and
I'saijf Hi. Vi'.aiii JOisjltlto Camilla's
I'hicl' Colltclltlon Is lor 1111 Outlet to
the Sen. j
Neither Canada nor the United
Stales can claim lo be an original
patty to lhe Alaskan dispute wnich
is at last to go t.o a soil of arbitration. Uncle Sam bought his share
of the contention from Russia; Canada received its portion as a legacy
which BriJsh Columbia had inherited from British Governments.
How the Dispute A lose.
The boundary dispute takes us a
long way back. One hundred and
.sixty-two ycais ago a Russian explorer named Behring accomplished a
feat to whi.h we now owe the present problem, lie led an expedition
to the north-eattsm extremity of
Siberia, crossed a narrow strait,
which he named the Behring Strait,
and 1 cached the Continent of America at the north-westerly extremity.
Ihis new country he named Al-ak-
shak, or ''mainland," and that word
has been corrupted into Alaska.
Behring was followed by fur hunters,
who found abundance of sea otter,
seal, and beaver. After these came
the gieat Russian-Ameiican lur
Company, the othcers of which for
titt years were the lords of the North
in that part of the world.
Meanwhile the British had invaded
the oi strict from the east, and were
exploring and occupying the country
through ' 1 agency of the North-
West i'i. 1.1..._ company, who.-.e operations extended from the Arctic
Ocean to tho (iulf of California. It
soon l.e nine necessary for Great
Britain and' Kussia to lix the limits
01 thei.' ie.-.peiti.e territories, which
they attempted to do by the Treaty
of l8_o. ibis treaty is the basis of
the present controversy. Its alleged
inaccuracies and umbiguiihs have
kept the boundary question unsettled
dining more thun three-quarters of a
century. In .1807 when tiie United
States bought Alaska from Russia
for $7,200,000, the Russian side of
the controversy passed over to' the
Republic, and the same year saw the
birth of the Dominion of Canada,
which eventually took over the Biitish tide of the ca&o.
What Ih the Count ?
Many interesting points have been
raised in connection with this particular treaty, but the most important,
so far as the boundary is concerned,
is "What constitutes the coast of the
the ocean?" Under article 111. the
boundary line was to follow the
summit of the mountains situated
parallel to the coast. By article IV.
it wus provided that wherever thc
mountains weie more thun ten
leagues (80 mile'.) from the coast
the boundary shall follow the windings of the coast, but never exceeding ten leagues therefrom. Now several questions arise iu this connection. Hoes the coast constitute the
outer flinge if islands or docs il begin wilh the mainland? If it is con-
iined to the mainland, does the coast
follow ull the bays and inlets In
llieir head even when that would curly the- boundary far boyonrl the
range of mountains? If it does,
some very remarkable results iil'c
obtained. The Lynn Canal, which
at its widest outlet is only lour
miles and three-quarters wide, would
cat ry the boundary 70 miles inland,
and then 80 miles beyond tidal waters. Another inlet, til,icier Buy, is
only three and a half miles wide, und
•:xtends ±.'» miles Inland, I be contention of the United States is that
the boundary follows the shores of
these inlets us though Ihey were the
shores of the ocean. Tho effect of
this contention of sustained would/be
to deny Canada any outlet to tlie
l'acific along four or live hundred
miles of coast where il has been spe-
(lally agreed that there shall be free
and uninterrupted traffic to and from
the interior. It was stipulated by
Kussia in Ihe Treaty of 1820 that
Russians should always have the
privilege of resorting to British harbors in ease of necessity, yel, under
Hie reading of the United States authorities, theie are to be no British
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<i|'.NI'.!.AL  M KIM'II A NT. UI.I.OO K'l
carries ;i   lull slock of ull  kinds nl'(Jrueeiie
lliitils a.ii(l Slides, Hardware Sie-
I!.   C.
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H. C. PARKER, - Lillooet, B.C. ^_a__
Having purchased the stock |
R.J. Atkins, we are now addii
to it and prepared to fill all orderil
Repair Shop in connection witli Store, where your evJ
want will be supplied. A complete Plumbing Outfiton hail
MAKE. VOUR OWN REPAIHS.   Knamki.i.kd   Knobs, For Coffee mul Ton Pi
mid Other Cooking Utensils.   Price6 i-cnts ench, while they Inst.
guy's carbolic
This is a plain antisep'ic,
cleansing, jiain removing and
powerfully healing salve f r all
household and stalile uses. Nothing is more generally nee ied
ah mt the li hiss at all times'
Hardly a day passes when this
salve will Hot come in handy,
and often in the mosl necessary
way. You cannot gel anything
heller in the way of salves and
ok'linenl.. Sent any where by
Mail for 25 cents.
are prepared especially to meet
the demand for reliable stock
remedies, and are put up in separate packages lo meet lhe respective requirements of the horse
pig, sheep, cattle, and fowls.
Pound packages 35 cents each.
fever's Y-Z (Wise Head) Disinfectant
■ "ioap I'owder is better tlmii other powderb,
as it ii both soup and disinfectant.      •%
West Lillooet Conservative
-V.J. Abercroinbie, President,
A.W. Sinilli, lion.-Preisitleiit,
.Jos. Watkinson, Vioe-Vresiclenl
John Marshall,   Secretary,
W. Durban,
Trent. 11 ter.
Mining Property for sale.
In British Columbia.
Tenders  ni'U    Invited   ior   the   whole, (if the
properly, including Crown Ormiieii cliilins,
null site. Cymildu mill, (.»«|.nciIy I > In nO Inns
lllllly), I rn 111 wny, iissny iillll'U, IiiIkU'iiIiii'.V null
'lllleqillpinuiil, of Ihe TiMOlllu l.llloout Clolil
Itci'fs 1''«111111111 >• til 11111 Ult, ni I no 10 Iii (lie Lillooet
district nf   llilllsli   (id Inn;   Including    tlie
Ample, VYIltllu, MniiHI'.ll nud .Yclliin.l Ville
tiiincH wlllull nn- Cl'OU'll gl'llllloil, lll.o the
Nni'lli Mini', tliililun nlrl|iui lldlilen Kiiglu. Iluhy
>i 1 mI j 111111 11mi< 1111   (ihillil,    In the snine   illst*
■ it-1. ingulhoi -wiih 11 inn sin nip mill, machine
drills nnd til her uijlllpiuollll, ('nsh tender, for
llie wlllllll |ini|ieily ine rei|iii>sleil lull
off'IS fin- working options ur fin' portions
nf thu |ii'(i|iui'l,v will liocnll~lduri.il. .'rom the
former group D.'ril lOIIHIlf llt'U llllH liei-n milled,
wilh nu nssny   i-nlnu  ii|i|iioxlluulllltf t>KM~l  lu
fit mi   IViig mid from Hal I rontl 1 ill. Tho
w hnle ill tin* 11 ImVI! w ill lii'in looking Into nud
III Vest Ign I Inn mul me nu exec pi ion nil)' llllpor*
IHHI llllll VlllllllhlU   group   (ifelnlms   with   full
working equipment, Cull piirlliuihii'S mav hu
lind nn iipplluuiluii in Kilgnr lllootnfield
l,l(|iililnliir, I'. 11. Mux nil, Vuiicoiivor It, C
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will give you satisfaction.
"V^lfTCOTT-V-BE,, JB. C.
A new and thoroughly equipped
private hospi al specially adapted
for Surgical and l.lectrical Treatment, with superior accomodation for Lying-in Cases. Only
trained nurses employed.
The McMillan Fur & Wool Co. have
placed their circular ol July 5th on file
at our office for reference. This house
was e.tahlished a quarter of a century
ago, and on account of their extensive
liiisine _, they are in a position to pay
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Clinton A Way Points: Mondays, Wednesdays nnd liYidaj
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McCOSH is your nearest TAILOI
Don't Forget the Address.
THOMAS McCOHII, MerclianlTailor, AHlutroft, K, t)
Vaneouver, B.C.
ICstabli shed, 1890.
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