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FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1912
$2.00 Per Yea
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TELEPHONES FOR
BRIDGE RIVER
Will BE BUILT
THIS SIMMER
Mr. J. A. House, superintendent of construction on
the government telephone
and telegraph lines in this
province, was a Lillooet visitor this week, coming in by
way of Ashcroft. He was
on a tour of inspection of the
Lillooet-Ashcroft telegraph
line, but his principal reason
for viiiting Lillooet was to
investigate the conditions
and make preliminary arrangements for the construction of the Bridge River
telephone line.
It is the intention to have
this line completed this season, but work will not be
started until the wagon road
is near enough completed to,
insure means of transportation for supplies other than
by pack train. The line will
be substantially built in a
manner to withstand all
weather conditions existing
along the right-of-way and
all instruments installed will
•be of the latest, improved
pattern, so Bridge River
mines and ranches will have
up-to-date means of communication with the outside
world.
Mr. House stated that the
telegraph line into Lillooet
would be repaired and placed
in a condition that will do
away with the frequent delays that have been experienced by patrons of this
line recently.
Jack Eagleson, who has
been attending Columbia
College at New Westminister this winter, came in by
auto on Thursday to spend
the Easter holidays with his
parents. He will remain in
Lillooet about a week btf ore
returning to his studies.
LAUNCH FOR
ANDERSON LAKE
It is learned on good authority that local parties
have made arrangements to
bring in a 30-foot gasoline
boat to place on Anderson
Lake for the accommodation
of the passenger and freight
traffic. One of those interested in the venture is now
at the coast making arrangements for the transportation
of the craft and it it> expected that the boat will be
ready for business by the first
of May.
ffiS BACK .
T0LILL00ET
After an absence of several years Dr. S. Clarke has rt
turned to Lillooet and intends opening a drug store
in town. During his absence
he has been residing in Kam-
lopps where he operated a
drug storr and was coroner
for considerable time. However, the wiles of the rainbow trout and the sunshine
of Lillooet has'aidefdin bring
ing him into our midst again.
Work on the new store
buildings now under course
of construction, is going on
apace. The warehouse for
the Phair store was completed this week and the stock
moved in. The new Santini
building and the new store
being constructed on the
Peter's property are fast
nearing completion and it
will not be long before these
additions to Lillooet's business district are ready for
occupancy.
Charles Noel left this
morning on a short business
trip up the river, going as
far as the 20-mile house.
BRIDGE RIVER
ATTRACTS ATTENTION
MINING MEN ARRIVING
This week saw the arrival
of numerous mining men in
Lillooet and also the departure of several for the Bridge
River and Cadwallader sections. Now that the snow
is so rapidly disappearing in
that locality there will be a
steady influx of those interested in mines and mining,
for according to all reports
the interest being taken in
Lillooet mining propositions
in outside points. Already
several prospecting parties
hijfje taken to the hills and
others are outfitting in Lillooet nearly every day. With
these experienced men
searching throughout the
district this year will no
doubc witness several new
and important discoveries.
REPORT u.
THE WAYSIDE
C. Walker and 0. Ferguson, two mining men well
known in this section, left
last Saturday for Bridge
River, going first to the Way
side mine where they will
remain for several days preparing an extensive report
on that property. After finishing their work there they
will go to their Sucker Creek
properties andmakearrange-
ments for a big season's
work developing theseclaims
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Among the ;numerous mining men registered at the
Victoria hotel are Charles H
Ballards, M, E., of Seward,
Alaska, and Burt Lucas of
Seattle. Both these gentlemen will look over propositions in this district.
DIED-At the home of its
parents in Lillooet on Friday
April 5th, 1912, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dickey,
age 16 months.
INSTALLS BIG    .;
STREET LIGHT
The first move toward
turning Lillooet's main
street into a "Great White
Way" was taken this week
when Artie Phair hung out
a 2000 candle power gasoline
street light in front of his
store. The light is not only
an attractive improvement
to the store but serves to
light up the street for considerable distance from the
store. When several of the
other busir.es 3 men who
already announced their intentions of following the
good example set, have their
lights installed, Lillooet will
be one of the best lighted
towns in the country.
SECURES OPTION
M. Mclntyre of Merritt,
accompanied by his wife and
little daughter, came in last
Monday and were guests at
the Victoria for a few days,
while Mr. Mclntyre transacted business in this vicinity. During his stay here he
succeeded in securing an option on the five acre lot in
the southwest part of town
belonging to Leary Keary.
FIRE AT LYTTON
Reports come from Lytton
that the Catholic church at
that place was completely
destroyed by fire last Thursday evening. The fire started in an adjoining shed and
it was impossible to keep the
church from going. There
was a high wind blowing at
the time of the fire and it
was with great difficulty
that it was kept from spread
ing to the adjacent buildings
Leo Beloud came in today
from the 17-mile ranch. The     Prospector
THE PROSPECTOR
Permanently camped at Lillooet, B. C
Sending out samples every Friday
afternoon to   be  assayed   by   the
public at large.
Yearly,   $2.00  in advance.     Single
copies, five cents.
Advertising   rates   on   application
FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1912
The Street
We are informed that the
road boss is not going to tear
up the street and grade it
before fall. He says, "I have
no big roller; and if 1 b.'oke
up the hard crust that is on
the street now, we would be
in a dust heap all summer.
There is not enough moisture
to make it pack down hard."
The idea seems to be to
push the road on upper
Bridge River and then do the
street and other work in the
fall.
Fire Brigade
Another good movement
has been started in Lillooet.
This is the organization of a
fire brigade. We have hose
and all other necessary ap-
pratus needed for a town of
this size as well as an excellent water system which fur-
nishest plenty of pressure.
But we lack organization
and system in handling this
apparatus. So let all get
behind this movement and
push it to a successful end.
Clean Up
Now that our long looked
for boom is here everybody
should try to make the town
look as clean as possible.
Clean up your old tin cans
and get them hauled away;
if you leave them near your
house they may cause typhoid
fever when the weather
turns hot. Nothing gives a
stranger such a good impression of a town as to see it
clean.
Progressive citizens don't
throw their empty tin cans,
tree-prunnings and garbage
out on the street; they wheel
it away and burn it up. Let;
us put our shoulders to the
wheel and clean up.
—o-
Cood Roads
New conditions are here,
but newer developments are
in sight, that impart a new
meaning to good roads. Two
autos are running between
Lillooet and Lytton and if
the traffic increases more
autos will be  put on.   The
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PRINTING
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WHEN     YOU     WANT
PRINTING
THE    BETTER    KIND
Delivered   When    Promised
and Correct When Delivered
The Prospector
Lillooet, B. C.
next move forward will be a
motor post-coach which will
collect and deliver mail, express parcels, and passengers
Good roads and motor vehicles will do [a great deal
toward opening up our district, and when our telephone line is built the town
of Lillooet will be in close
touch with the mines  and
coast cities.
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A Kick
I would like to call the attention of the people of Lillooet to the fact that the accumulated debris and filth
scattered about the town and
especially at the back of
china town, which is a standing disgrace to the community, and how we escape an
epidemic of typhoid fever is
more than I for one can comprehend.
I would respectfully urge
the Health Officer to look
into the matter.
Klee Nup
"Are we making history,"
inquired the Mexican insurgent "What a question,
general." "I ask it seriously
Are we making history or
just a few films for the moving picture people?"
FIGHT WITH OWL
Joe Russell tells a story of
a one-round fight he was called on to referee one day
last week. The combatants
were a Siwash and a big
mother owl, and the mill
was staged on Joe's pre-emption at nine mile point on
Seton lake. He had taken
the Indian up the lake to
clear the place and as they
were landing they spied an
owl's nest on top of a dry
tree stub. The Indian immediately skinned up to
secure the eggs but found instead two owllets. He raised
one out of the nest to give
Joe a view when the mother
appeared en the scene and
battle royal started. She
perched on his head, fastened her talons in his cheeks
and proceeded to get busy
with both beak and wings.
After a moments of fierce
milling Siwash, mother owl
and little one came tumbling
down. True to her sex the
bird now attacked the man's
hair and gave him a good
"roughing" before Joe could
get them to break away.
Although not strictly according to Queensburry rules Joe
had to give the decision to
the wise, old bird, for the
Indian was certainly the
worse for the encounter.
Special COQUITLAM Offering
That Terminal City in which THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS have already been
made and MILLIONS OF DOLLARS will
be made by investors in the next three to
five years.
ONE Railroad already there
FOUR more coming as quickly as possible
-    The Cream of COQUITLAM is
The McSpadden Estate
"The Business Center"
NOT a mile or two away-BUT right at
the station—THE present business center
All Lots Guaranteed High and Dry
$700 1-3 Cash      12-18-24 Months
For Four Days Only
$1000
E. C.YOUNG
Victoria Hotel The Prospector, Friday, April 5, 1912
WORK ON
BRIDGE RIVER
All Indications Point to the
Most Successful Season
in Camp's History
Now that everything is
looking up and progressing
rapidly in Lillooet district
the Bridge River section has
taken a new grip on things
with the knowledge that the
long wait for transportation
is about ended.
To thoroughly understand
the impetus given the district, one must go to the
out-of-town localities. Take
Bridge River, the wagon road
will be a great help; all
along the river there is a
cheerful, optimistic view
that all difficulties will now
overcome; the development
of the mines has passed from
the prospector's surface diggings to the stage of math-
matical precision, where the
mining engineer with his instrument is keeping accurate
account of tunnels driven—
the old haphazard days are
over. The surface showings
uncovered at great expense
have proved the continuity
of the ledges. The Coronation has one ledge uncovered
for 1100 feet, varying in
width from eight inches to
six feet of quartz, assays
panning well and showing
free gold the entire length
uncovered. This property is
being developed by a 400
foot tunnel driven in hard
diorite to tap the ledge at a
depth of 270 feet. This same
ledge is being tapped at a
still greater depth on another
claim of the same company
by a 500 foot tunnel and the
work is being done in a man-
ner that would be accredit to
any mining camp.
There are other groups and
claims, including the Lome,
the Wayside and the Pioneer
on which active work will
soon be started and which
are only awaiting the completion of the wagon road to
improve and install machinery; to become producers and
add their quota of gold. The
production of Cadwallader
Creek willmateriallyadvance
the province's gold production.
Eldorado Creek, struck last
fall and about to become
bonded to Boston capitalists,
will be opened in a manner
worthy of the name of as rich
a free gold section as has yet
been discovered.
All along Bridge River and
its tributaries are numerous
prospectors relentlessly following up the snow, moving
their base of supplies steadily higher and higher. There
is a vast domain practically
unexplored which will take a
good many seasons to cover
and as there is no creek but
which shows free gold float
we may expect to hear of
new free gold strikes now at
any time.
The Bridge River saction
has steadily been producing
gold for the last 12 years,
now that communication and
transportation, with its attendant influx of mining men
who have the means of devel
oping and bringing in the
necessary machinery, an era
of prosperity is assured for
many years to come.
BRIDGE RIVER
Ease and Comfort
Speed and Safety
Lytton to Lillooet by =
AUTOMOBILE STAGE
Inquire of A.   G. REBAGLIATI at Lytton or at the
HOTEL VICTORIA in Lillooet
NUGGETS
O. R. Evans aud Billy
Miller are fast breaking into
good rich ground.
Danny Hamilton, the nugget king, busily engaged get- ■
ting out ties and tracking to
continue his drift, after a
very successful clean up.
W. Leech progressing favorable with drift on Pioneer.
Water Notice
I, B.. S. Swanson, of Anderson
Lake, by occupation farmer, give
notice that I intend on the 25th
day of April at eleven o'clock in
the forenoon, to apply to the
Water Commissioner at his office
at Clinton, B. C„ for a licence to
take and use 2 cubic feet of
water per second from 3-mile
Creek on Anderson Lake, to be
diverted at a point about 1500
feet up the creek.
The water to be used on   Lot
No. 2662 for irrigation purposes.
Signature—Broke S. Swanson
Agent for John Sundquivst
DATED this 14th day of March,
1912.
Once tried, always satisfied—that's The Prospector.
$2.00 per year.
Water Notice
NOTICE is hereby given that
an application will be made under
Part V of the "Water Act, 1909"
to obtain a licence in the Lillooet
Division of Lillooet District.
a The name, address and occupation of the applicant Alexander C. Phair, Lillooet, farmer.
(If for mining purposes) Free
Miner's Certificate No.
b The name of the lake, stream
or source (if unnamed, the description is) McGillivray Creek.
c The point of diversion is one
fourth mile from the mouth of
said creek and at the western
boundary of my pre-emption No,
1722.
d The quantity of water applied for (in cubic feet per second) four.
e The character of the proposed works ditch and flume.
f The premises on which the
water is to be used (describe
same) prs-emption No. 1722.
g The purposes for which the
water is to be used irrigation.
h If for irrigation describe the
land intended to be irrigated, giv
ing acreage, pre-emption record
No. 1722, 160 acres.
i If the water is to be used for
power or mining purpeses describe the place where the water
is to be returned to some natural
channel, and the difference in altitude between point of diversion
and point of return.
j Area of Crown land intended
to be occupied by the proposed
v orks none.
k This notice was posted on the
26th day of February, 1912, an
application will be made to the
Commissioner on the 26th day of
March, 1912.
1 Give the name and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or
licensees who or whose lands are
likely to be affected by the proposed works, either above or below the outlet none.
Signature-Alexander C. Phair
P. O. Address-Lillooet, B. C.
WATER NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that
an application will be made under Part V. of the "Water Act,
1909," to obtain a licence in the
Lillooet Division of Lillooet District.
(a) The name, address and occupation Martha Phair, Rampark,
Castlerea, Ireland—married woman.
(If for mining purposes) Free
Miner's Certificate No.
(b The name of the lake,
stream or source (if unnamed the
description is) Cedar Creek.
(c) The point of diversion
About a mile from the mouth of
said Creek.
(d) The quantity of water applied for (in cubic feet per second Four.
(e) The character of the proposed wcrks flume and ditch.
(f) The premises on which the
water is to be used (describe
same) Lot 1119.
(g) .The purposes for which the
water is to be used irrigation:
(h) If for irrigation describe
the land intended to be irrigated
giving acreage Lot 1119, 160
acres.
(i) If the water is to be used
for power or mining purposes describe the place where the water
is to be returned to some natural
channel, and the difference in altitude between the point of diversion and point of return.
(j) Area of Crown land intend
ed to be occupied by the proposed
works about a mile of ditching.
(k) This notice was posted on
the 26th day of February, 1912,
and application will be made to
the Commissioner on the 26th
day of March, 1912.
1 Give the names and ad-
dresres of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose
lands are likely to be affected by
the proposed works, either above
or below the outlet, W. Hayl-
more, E. J, Phair.
Signature—Martha Phair.
A. W. A. Phair, Agent
P. O. Address-Lillooet, B. C.
WATER NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that
an application will be made under Part V. of the "Water Act,
1909," to obtain a licence in the
Lillooet Division of Lillooet District.
a The name, address and occupation of the applicant Edgar
J. Phair, Castlerea, Ireiand. Veterinary Surgeon.
(If for mining purposes) Free
Miner's Certificate No.
b The name of the lake,
stream or source (if unnamed the
description is) Cedar Creek.
c The point of diversion
about a mile from the mouth of
said creek.
d The quantity of water applied for (in cubic feet per second) Four.
e The character of the proposed works ditch and flume.
f The premises on which the
water is to be used (describe
same) Lot 1118.
g The purposes for which the
water is to be used irrigation.
h If for irrigation describe the
land intended to be irrigated giving acreage Lot 1118. 160 acres.
i If the water is to be used for
power or mining purposes describe the place where the water
is to be returned to some natural
channel, and the difference in altitude between point of diversion
and point of return.
j Area of Crown land intended
to be occupied by the proposed
works about 3-4 mile of ditch.
k This notice was posted on
the 26th day of February, 1912,
and application will be made to
the Commissioner on the 26th day
of March, 1912.
1 Give the names and addresses of any riparian proprietors
or licensees who or whose lands
are likely to be affected by the
proposed works, either above or
below the outlet W. Haylmore.
Signature—Edgar. J  Phair.
A. W. A. Phair, Agent
P. O.  Address, Lillooet, B. C. The Prospector, Friday, April 5, 1912
SAMPLES OF
LILLOOET GOLD
Specimens of gold-bearing
quartz taken from the Coronation mine in the Bridge
River mining district may be
seen in the window of Mr.
Grassie, jeweler, Cambie
street. Lillooet district from
which the specimens were
taken, is said by Mr. Arthur
Noel, one of the pioneers of
the Bridge River, to be already beginning to feel the
influence of the mining success. Mr. Noel says that
much land haschanged hands
lately in Lillooet and with
the development of mining
and the building of a railroad
he hopes to see a great prosperity in this picturesque
part of the province.—Vancouver World.
BE BONDED
Grant White, the Bridge
River miner and rancher, is
busily engaged with a crew
of men building a large barn
on his Tyaughton ranch. The
work is being rushed to completion under the able super-
intendcy of George Bell.
These two gentlemen will
leave as soon as possible for
Eldorado Creek where they
made the strike last fall. It
is reported that this property will soon be bonded to
Boston capitalists for a considerable sum.
SNOW GOING
VERY RAPIDLY
Reports from Bridge River
state that the snow is nearly
all gone along the river and
that the line is rapidly creeping up the hill sides, so it
will not be long now before
the prospectors will be going
into that section in numbers.
PROSPECTING ON
McGILLIVARY
W. T. Smith, the well
known mining man who has
extensive interests in the
McGillvary creek section,
came into town on Wednesday from that vicinity where
he has been for the past few
days looking over his properties. He reports that it will
be a week or two before the
snow will be sufficiently
gone to permit extensive
prospecting in that section,
He will return to the mines
in a few days, prepared for
a prolonged stay.
LOOKUP
PLACER GROUND
F. A. Buck and J. F.
Breeze of Vancouver, under
the guidance of "Dad" Collins, came in last Monday by
auto and left on Tuesday for
the North Fork where they
spent several days inspecting
and prospecting the placer
claims at the mouth of that
tributary of Bridge River, in
which Mr. Collins is interested. They returned on Thursday and seemed very favorably impressed with the
North Fork propositions as
well as with Lillooet district
in general and were especially loud in their praises of
our bright and sunny weather.
NORTH FORK
LOOKING
Reports from North Fork
are to the effect that the
numerous parties engaged in
placer mining in that vicinity
are doing exceptionall well
this season. J. Cuthter and
C. Miller are said to have
made an especially rich clean
up.
LEST YOU FORGET
LILLOOET TO LYTTON IN
EASE AND COMFORT BY
AUTO STAGE
Experienced Driver
Reasonable Charges
Apply WALTER C. KEEBLE        LYTTON, B. C.
Job
Printing
Our
Specialty
If you want freight haul-
.   ed from Lytton to Lillooet
just  bear it in mind that
McCaffery & McKibben
have tlje two best outfits
on the road and can give
you quick service and
guaranteed     satisfaction
Address Chas. McCaffery at Lillo«*tt
or Hazen McK bben at Lytton to
make arrangements
BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA
Established 1838 Assets over $50,000,000
The Pioneer Bank of British Columbia
, Savings Department
Accounts in this Department may be opened for
any amounts from $1 and upwards
Check ng Accounts Opened. You may operate
your accounts through the mails. Your account
however small will receive prompt and careful
attention.
LILLOOET BRANCH J. N. CRAN, Mahagei
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Store near Seton Lake
General Merchant
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iv-,aKi.".UH..x*-'s::- ism
Large Assortment of Goods Always on Hand
v Dry Goods, Groceries,   Hardware,
Boots and Shoes, Clothing',
Miner's Supplies
Outfitter for Camp or Trail
.xcessior  r
GEORGE HURLEY, Prop, ,
First Class Table and Good
Liquors and Cigars.
LILLOOET,
B. C.
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A.   G.   REBAGLIATI
General Merchant
tad
Forwarding Agent
MINERS   SUPPLIES   A   SPECIALTY
Ship GeeAs To Lillooet in my Care
Prompt   Attention   Guaranteed
A.   G.   REBAGLIATI
LYTTON        - - - -      B. C. Tke Protptctor, Friday, April 5, 1912
NEWS NOTES
FR0M_CLINT0N
S. S. Boyd and W. Saul,
S. M., have traded residences
Mr. Saul will remove shortly
and will then have his office
on the Main street, which
will be much more convenient.
Mrs. Joe Chalt and daughter of Bullion returned from
the coast this week and is
now visiting her sisters here
We are pleased to see her
much improved in health.
Miss Lilly Evans has accepted a position in the telegraph office at Ashcroft.
Miss Evans will be greatly
missed in Ulinton.
J. Burr, Ashcroft, was in
town this week ihspecuiiig
the hotels.
A party oi Uintonites left
on Tuesday on a prospecting
tour with Bill Bishop a«
guide.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bail-
lie of the Dominion Hottl
were passenger's on Thursday's-stage to As..ciOit.
A. McDonald, M. P., ie-
turned on Friday evening
from Lillooet.
KILLS CuiiGA-A
Word comes from th«
North Fork that Bobby
South, who lives at the Bishop ranch, was fortunate
enough to secure a good siz. d
cougar recently, in the vicinity of the ranch.
Roy Burkholder is "employed cleaning out the North
Fork trail and is said to be
putting it in first-class condition.
DOWN FROM
BRIDGE RIVER
Bert Williams came in on
Thursday from the Bridge
River mines and will remain
for several days transacting
business. He reports that
the snow is now all gone
along the trail and that it is
fast disappearing from the
surrounding hills. Everyone
is busy getting ready for the
season's work, both on the
ranches and at the mines.
"Cal" Humphries is now employed at the Coronation.
TRIP TO PEMBERTON
Constable Kindness of
Clinton came in on Thursday
from a trip into the Pemberton country, where he went
following up a rumor that
the two outlaw Indians who
have been at large for some
time, had been seen in that
section. Though the clew
proved fruitless Mr. Kindness was well pleased with
his trip and thinks well of
that locality.
Billy Page left on Wednesday's boat for a short
trip into the Pemberton
country. During his absence
Dick Clarke has charge of
crew engaged in buildingthe
new Santini block on Main
street.
Prospector Ads Pay.
Water Notice
FOB A LICENCE TO TAKE AND USE WATER
NOTICE is hereby given that
] r.iest Walter Cox of Lillooet, B,
(., will apply for a licence to take
«,nd use one cubic foot per second
< wdtor out of an unnamed
Creek, which flows in a northerly
ilve:;- ion through pre-emption No
1647 and empties into Seton Lake
near NW corner pre-emption No.
1647. The water will be diverted
st about l-2mile from Seton Lake
Slid will be used for irrigation
]j jrposes on the land described as
p/e-emption No. 1647.
Tin's notice was posted on the
ground on the 29th day of March
;.912. The application will be
filed in the office of the Water
Recorder at Clinton on the eleven
tii day of May, 1912.
Objections may be filed with
the said Water Recorder or with
the Comptroller of Water Rights,
Parliament Building, Victoria, B
C.
Ernest Walter Cox
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Co With the Crowd to the
LILLOOET
POOL ROOM
W. J. PAGE, Proprietor
New Table   New Fixtures
Just"the Place for a Quiet Game
P. D. BOOTH
CIVIL ENGINEER
B. C. LAND SURVEYOR
43 Exchange Building
Phone Seymour 1544
VANCOUVER    -   -    -    B. C.
Water   Notice
NOTICE is hereby given that
an application will be made under Part V. of the "Water Act,
1909" to obtain a licence in the
Lillooet Division of Lillooet District,
a. The name, address and occupation of the applicant, Mable
Phair, Victoria, spinster.
[If for mining purposes] Free
Miner's Certificate No.
b The name of the lake, stream
or source [If unnamed the description is] a stream running in-
o Seaton Lako near western corner Lot 1121.
c The point of diversion near
the southwest corner of Lot 1121.
d. The quantity of water applied for [in cubic feet per second] 2.8
e. The character of the proposed works, Ditch and Flume.
f. The premises on which the
water is to be used [describe
same] Lot 1121 on Seton Lake.
g. The purposes for which the
water is to be used Irrigation.
h. If for irrigation describe
the land intended to be irrigated
giving acreage Lot 1121, 80 acres.
i. If the water is to be used
for power or mining purposes describe the place where the water
is to be returned to some natural
ehannel, and the difference in altitude between point of diversion
and point of return.
j. Area of Crown land intended to be occupied by rrepose«l
works ditch.
k, This notice was posted on
the 11th day of March, 1912, and
application will be made to the
Commissioner on the eleventh
day of April, 1912.
1. Give the names and addresses of any riparian proprietors or
licensees who or whose lands are
likely to be affected by the proposed works, either above or below the outlet, none.
Signature—Mable Phair
A. W. A. Phair, Agent
P. 0. Address-Lillooet
Water Notice
FOR A LICENCE TO TAKE AND USE
WATER
NOTICE is hereby given that
William Lee Dickey of Pachelqua
farmer, will apply for a licence
to take and use one hundred
miners' inches of water out of
Island Bar Creek which flows in
an easterly direction through
crown land and empties into the
Fraser river near Lot 328. The
water will be diverted at half a
mile from its entransa into the
Fraser River and will be used for
irrigation purposes on the land
described as pre-emption 1695
Kamloops district.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 2nd day of April,
1912. The application will be
filed in the offce of the Water
Recorder at Clinton on the 14th
of May, 1912.
Objections may be filed with
the said Water Recorder or with
the Comptroller of Water Rights
Parliament Building, Victoria, B.
C.
William Lee Dickey
Applicant
Do it now—subscribe.
Water  Notice
I, Maurice Mawdsley;of North
Bonaparte, by occupation a farmer, give notice that I intend on
the 20th day of April next at
eleven o'clock in the forenoon, to
apply to the Water Commissioner
at his office at Clinton, B. C, for
a licence to take and use two
cubic feet of water per'second
from Graham Creek, a tributary
of North Bonaparte to be diverted about one-fourth mile west of
SW corner Lot 1400.
The water will be used on Lot
1396, 1397, pre-emption 1743 for
Irrigation purposes.
I intend to apply at the same
time for permission to store four
acre-feet of the said water in a
reservoir at Graham Creek.
Signature—Maurice Mawdsley
Dated this 12th day of March,
1912.
Once tried, always satisfied—that's The Prospector.
$2.00 per year.
Water No; ice
FOR A LiCE.w:   ' '■■■ ;•:  . dusE water
NOT1C F is   • •■•' y given that
Jos sph Ri -?■•■]] of Lillooet, Depu-
ty Game Ward
;ii apply for
licence to
i
: ■ ■ one cubic
iuoL oi    . ;i
o'i. Mechust
Creek, w   •■    "
direction  v..
a easterly
landand
tmptici
India:- i
■
^e near
. The water
will b   .
ds from
lake an
fcion purpoB< s o
eribed
This nf'tife v
<
. i '• r irriga-
land des-
,   No. 1740.
e1  on  the
ground i
1912.      . Ii    a
filed ii
Recoi de • at •' i
day "of   ;  . ■ ■
i
,on
of April,
tio i  will be
•   ..ie  Water
on tlie 14th
Objections ma
the snki \ .- •- • ,: c
the ( ompl roller of -
e  filed with
rder or with
.■•.t Rights,
Parliami at
C.
/••■- hi n
i ,..
, Victoria, B.
!,, Applicant.
1
Vv'a ei
Lice
FOR  A  i ■.... ..•
WATER
AHEtAND USE
NOTICE is hereby given that
Arthur Henrj Swart of Lillooet.
farmer, will apply for a licence
to take and use twenty miners'
inches of water out of an unnamed spring which flows in a westerly direction through pre-emption No, 1736 and sinks into
ground near western boundry of
pre-emption, The water will be
diverted at the spring and will
be used for irrigation purposes
on the land described as pre-en-
pt'o i No. 1736.
Thisnoiice was posted on the
ground on the 5th day of April,
1M2. The application will be fil. d
in the office of the Water Recora-
er at Clinton on the 16th day of
May, 1912.
Objections may be filed with
the said Water Recorder or with
the Comptroller of Water Rights,
Parliament Building, Victoria, B.
C.
Arthur Henry Swart,
Applicant
1   If you want the Lillooet
news get The Prospector Tilt Pronptetor, Friday, April 5, 1912
WATER NOTIE
I, Moses Foster, of Fourteen
Mile Creak, by occupation a far-
mar, give notice that I intend on
the 20th day of March next, at
•laven o'clock in the forenoon,
to apply to the Water Commissioner at his office at Clinton, B.
C, for a license to take ,and use
four cubic feet of water per second from Fourteen Mile Creek, a
tributary of Fraser river, to be
diverted at a point about 1-2
mile above Lot No. 1589.
The water will be used on Lot
1589 for irrigation purposes.
Signature: Moses Foster
Dated this 31st day of January.
1912.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
(Section 35)
NOTICE is hereby given that,
on the 20th day of March next,
application will be made to the
Superintendent of Provincial
Police for the grant of a licence
for the sale of liquor by retail in
and upon the premises known as
Clinton Hotel situate at Clinton,
B. C, upon the lands described
as Lot 1, Group 5.
Dated this 20th day of February, 1912.
James Wardell
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
(Sectiori35)
NOTICE is hereby given that
on the first day of Apriljnext, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police
for the grant of a licence for the
sale of liquor by retail in and upon the premises known as the
Dominion Hotel situate at Clinton, B. C, upon the lands described as Lot 37, Township of
Clinton.
Dated this 29th day of February, 1912.
S. G. Marwick
Applicant
Lillooet Neat Market
Fresh Killed Beef, Pork & Mutton
Larg-e and small order*
given our personal attention. Satisfaction
guaranteed.    ....
Fresh   Vegetables   in   Season
^S. KEARY
Proprietor
BERT DURBAN
CITY TRANSFER
General Hauling,
Freighting,
Etc.
FOUR HORSE TEAM
Roy McDonald
POOL  ROOMS   ,
Six Tables
Cigars and Tobaccos
Smokers Supplies
ASH ROFT   -
.C
Hill & Burnett
CIVIL ENGINEERS and B. (f LAND
SUKVKY0RS
New   Westminster
Represented in Lillooet by
W. Haylmore
Subscribe for the Prospector
L-IVJ..       Bg
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BUY WHERE THE CROWD BUYS
■ C A. PHAIR -
1
General Merchant        Manufacturers Agent
For Twenty-five Years  Lillooets Leading Store
Complete up-to-date Stock in all Departments
Carefully Bought at Right Prices
Spring Stock
Our Spring Stock of General Merchandise is now arriving. We will have the finest range of New Felt Hats, Prospector's, Miner's and Surveyor's Shoes, and Dry Goods, ever
shown in Lillooet. We will also carry our usual large stock
of Groceries, Hardware, Drugs, Etc.
The flnly Store that can give satisfaction! on orders
from the smallest to the largest.  Our Cash Price
is the Lowest Good Goods can be Sold For
We Lead, Others Follow
CA.
The Store of Satisfied Customers
Mail Orders Receive our Careful Attention
LILLOOET  BOYS
When in LYTTON go to the
Durham Barber Shop
First-class Shave or Haircut
Two doors west of the Harrison stage
Office
WO
HING
GENERAL MERCHANT
Lillooet
-   B.C.
Outfitters
for   Pros-.
pectors,
Trappers,
Miners,.
Ranchers,
Etc.     Our goods are
the best
and   prices
are
right
Chinese Goods,
SAMUEL GIBBS
Notary Public
Lillooet   -   - ' B..C,
Lands, Mines, Insurance and
' Collections
Mining business in all branches a
specialy.    Farms,  Fruitlands   and
Residential properies for sal*.  "
R. C. Stephenson
Blacksmith and
Expert   Horse-
i        shoer
All Wjjrk Promptly
Executed
LILLOOET,   -   -    B. C.
Lytton-Lillooet
Stage Line
Regular Stage leaves Lytton Tuesdays and. Saturdays at 7 a. m.
Regular Stage leaves Lillooet Wednesdays and Sun
days at 7 a. m.
Wire or write for Special Slaje or
Desired Information
LEE HARRISON -  Lytton, 6. C.
JAMES MURPHY, & A.
•     BARRISTER, SOLICITCR
ASHCROFT      -      -    B.C
RC.P0RTER
Harness Maker    Saddler
Carrying All Lines. Horse
B'ankets. Repairing of
all Description a Speciality
Ashcroft      -    -      E. C.
x.Tjn*m*-.w<e*aw
Subscribe for
The   Prospector
and get all the home news
Livery and
Feed Stables
Horses and Rigs for Hire.
Express Delivery
Light and Heavy Draying.
Ed. DOUGHERTY
Proprietor
A GOOD PLACE TO PATRONIZE
Fifty-five well-furnished rooms. Hot and cold baths
Excellent table. First class bar. Large sample room
HEADQUARTERS FOR TOURISTS, MINERS and flMMERCMiJlEN
Two autos on request from Lytton or Ashcroft
Headquarters for Lytton-Lillooet stage line. Stage
meets Seton Lakelboat. Rigs furnished on demand.
RATES: $1.50 per day and up. By raonthI$35 and up.IMeals, 2VJor $9.00
M. R. EAGLESON, Prop.
LILLOOET,   ~

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