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Vol. j. No 4$. [ i
LILLOOET, B. C, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1901
$2.00 a year
LlLOOET AND BKIDGE EIVER STORES.
J. DUNLOP.
a-S2sr__aK/A.ij   ivxxnttGi-xjLiyTrr
Miners Supplies."^-**^
LiXiriOoicx', ia.10.
Branch Store at Bridge River where a
fall stock of General Merchandise and Min
•ri Outfits are on hand.
f. Dunlop, General Merchant, Lillooet, B.C
Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT, LILLOOET, B. C.
r#«rrio« a fall stack of all kinds of Groceries, Dry  Goods,   Riots  and   Sbtwi,
I Hardware, etc.
MINERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
' FRED. H, NELSON, Proprietor.
pSinplfa R«qwi  for   Comtaftrelffcl   Trarpll^M
LiT*ry Sti'bJe iu romie^lion.  Bus ni.efi
I'.i'init l.'(tn! («r ji.chIs to an _ front
■   _Aje*i«rMu Cake iin<l Hiirigo
tIvivt-r j-oiotj.
Hotel Victoria,
lax-ioo-HPr 33. c-
Thit hotel boinu new and thoroughly finished llirougtio.lt is the only first
st heb' ta Lillooet. Persons calling mt Lillooot will receive every attention by
^tapping n. ike Hotel Victoria. U.xkI stabling in connection with the hotel. Head-
"twrteri /er the Lilli icet-Lyt.tan stage.
4    »    *    »    i   U     eHASQltS    MODERATE,     0    9   0   0   0   0
M. R. EAGLESON,
Proprietor.
HXOELSIOI.    ___ZOITS__C.
r>.  _r»__B___*,  PEOP.
"OJ^O-T, .....
i Bar ie enppli' J with the best Winet, I iqaors and Cigars.
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•LYTTON STAGE LINE.
leaves Lytton every Tuesday and Saturday raorn-
__ig for Lillooet, returning noxt day.   Special trips made.
If yen eontemplat* a trip into Lillooet district, write Di for information.
IUERON & HURLEY     •:-    Lytton and Lillooet, B L
THE PROSPECTOR.
BY  RIO    A.  FRASEIt.
Editor Lowery of the New Denver
Ledge was in Toronto recently. Wiitinn
of the daily newspapers of that city he
says: " Toronto Iuib many newspapers,
none of them printed on a liaml press.
They may Solid Stuff, but most of them
are Dull Tilings. Tlio servf|np tlio news
fairly well, but outsido of that, with one
or two exceptions, their make-up is a
literary hath, unsprinkled with the salt
nf genius arid untouched a-lth the bright
thoughts lhat mean so much to the
dark spots in the soul of man. Their
editorials aa a rule assay 75 per cont
lead. The Telegram ie one of tiie few
papers that works a chute of high-grade
editorial matter, which n.dicstee that
the editor must have some a hern in the
clouds of thought located a claim that
does not readily Jpinch. The oditor's
name ia John Robinson, widely known
as Black Jack. Black Jack seems to he
misnomer. He is not intensely dark in
complexion, and does not even know
what it mesne to ' bust ' by drawing to
17. However, Jack is just the kind of a
man to meet when you are away from
borne. Ho ia not rip-rnpped by the
false notions of life. He gratpt yonr
hand as if you were a long-lost brother,
and the snap in hie shake indicates a
heart that is not rough-locked by the
slush of conventionality. Like all bright
men, Jack has one sad fault. He is a
Presbyterian."
Canadian Pacific Navigation Company.
M|»otf -    • ■■*■ n'tf?'* f'T Hr-He'T'ir nnd Alaska ptinti .enr* Victoria B-rery Wudncfld-*}
"i-*nint' mul Vitii. o.iver cv#rjr rhuri.tl.-iy tt 1 p.ru
Stirlheri) toiait ->«*,• Yicumft and V_
L _JJ Uritiik mliinbia paiitu    l'*nl.* _Un oa apjtlittatlon,
.at»r» far ii.*;. Nun (Lorn roiu.r. .i»\« Yieumit and Vaucoaw aaaklr.   RMllu ■(«*«•
c. i »AiTif_,« r. .'
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Kamloops, B.C.
(iraiture of every description,  Carpets, inolaum, Window Shades, Cornice Foles, etc.
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HUNTING EXPEDITION.
Over in Boston they consider tbat Canada bas its uso after all. The Herald
the'e says: About one-third of the Dominion of Camilla ie unexplored and
practically unknown, which ehowa that
she still has room to nccoiumodaie a
goodly number of cashiers who may get
to be too wealthy to live in the StateB
TO   THE  DEAF.
A rich lady cured of her Deaf new and Xoftes
In thc Head Sy Dr Nicholson's Artificial Ear
Drums, i;mvc flO.OQt) to his IitKtitnto, to Lhat the
deaf peoplt* unit bin to procure the Kar Drums
may have th«in free. A'Uitsk No. 11-V23 The
Nicholion Iribtitute, 780, Eighth Avenue, Saw
York, O.8.A.
J. H. Anthony.
General Merchant,
LYTTON.
Storage and
Forwarding Agent
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Lillooet and Bridge River.
Have goods consigned  to  my care;
railway charges are settled, goods stored
and forwarded with despatch.
BAILEL
HOTEL.
Silverthorn Bros. Props.
LYTTON, - - B. 0
irifee for The Prospector.
First-class in every respect.
Choice  Wines,  Liquors
and Cigars. Sample
room   free.
FURNITURE.
A full stock of all   in.ls of
UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE
it new for sale by
H. C. PARKER,
LILLOOET, B. C
Store and Repair Shop in Uren Block.
Call aad tnsitae stock.     Na trouble to
show goods
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
An expeditiot ielt Lillooet. on Monday's boat for Bridge Rivor district on a
still hunt for grizzly bear which bids fair
to eclipse anything of the kind in tlie
history of Lillooet and advertise this section nil over the province aB a favorite
resort for sportsmen in search of big
gaase. If careful training and attention
to every detail is conducive to success
the parties should achieve distinction.
They remained here for a few days
preparing and practising for the campaign. Tbe program followed was both
novel and varied. Arising at daybreak
and partaking of a rare steak Dune, and
aud Harry retired to the outskirts ot tbe
town aud sprinted on a mile track for a
couple hours. At the end of the course
«as a greased telegraph pole at shinning
up they acquired a dexterity to make a
monkey sick. Tbey wete so evt-nl\
matched )' ti.is manly neiciso that it
will tiikuu hostile gr.zzij lu demonstrate
who I as the most reserve speed. At
present bets ate four to one on Harry
with no takerH.
The alternoons were devoted to rifle
practice. A neighboring hay stack was
chosen for the target and Marlley's
wagon box was borrowed for tlie hulle-
•ye, on condition that all damage would
be fettled for. Martley had nothing
coming.
The uncertainty of their fire led them
to try and induce Skinner to accompany
them, ostensibly to carry the ammunition, but as Skinner is only recovering
from a broken leg, it is darkly hinted be
was required for bait.
However on Monday morning after
the third bottle they decided to go, and
truly they presented an inspiring spectacle. Their armament was complete in
every particular, while the knife Harry
carried looked as if he held a controlling
interest in t... steel trust. Dune's was
almost similar the difference in length
not being over two feet.
They went well supplied with grub
for a prolonged* campaign. TheBtippliei
consisted principally of cheese and
Mountain Dew, the staying properties of
cheese being highly recommended by
their medical advisor for such a trying
journey while the Squirrel brand might
tide theib over some trving moments.
Their veturn is anxiously looked tor
and everyone nnticpaiee great results.
Read The Prospector
$2 a year.
Thos. J. Colo returned home to his
ranch on the Ashcroft road thit week
after a lew days iu town.
F. C. Tireman, trustee of the Toronto-
Lillooet Gold Rests company, ef Vancouver, came iu on Tuesday evening's
stage and has been at the property for
the past lew days..
Win. Miller received the contract for
putting the Church of England in good
condition. Tb* building will have rustic put on the outside and the oti er repairs which bar* taken place will pug
the church property in splendid shape.
In another column iaanotici of assignment of the Toronto-Lillooet Gold Beefs
company, and Mr. F.0. Tireman is trustee. A meeting of the creditors will be
held at the office of Wilson A Senkler at
Vancouver on June 7th to endeavor to
satisfy those to whom the company is indebted. The sheriff is in possession and
the result of the judgements and assignment are causing comment at the trustee we learn, wishes to get possession,
but the sheriff's agent wont give up possession, aud the sheriff will bare to call
him off before he quits.
The State of Colorado bas iu force a
mining statute of her own which ia in
line with common sense as regarda the
location of mining claims. It provides
that before filing a location for a claim
the discoverer shall locate his claim bv
sinking a shaft ou the lode to tho deptb
of at li aet ten feet from the lowest part
of Hie rim of such shaft on the surface,
and the shaft to dug must expose the
vein on which on which the location il
based, and it it uot sufficient that a discovery is made of some other vein within the limits of tlie claim. The Supreme
(..min of Oolo ado has jupt sustained
this luw by holding thai a discovery
made subsequent to the location could
not relate back to the date of that local-
ion so as tn cut out intervening rights.
The sessional indemnity of the members uf the House of Commons and of
the Senate, is to be increased from $1,000
• session to $1,500. This meant an
increased expenditure annually of $147,.
000.
Additional 8upiilesnentaries brought
down Saturday shows $26,000 for an
Assay Office in British Columbia or the
Yugon, and $10,000 to purchase tbe
P!i_w oi Abrtbitio.
AUcdonell Acquitted.
The case against D. G. Macdonell, the Vancouver lawyer, charged with misappropriation
of funils, which has been going on in Victoria,
was dismissed there this week by the magistrate. The suit was one of alleged blackmail,
arising out of one the bridge disaster suits,
and when Mr. Macdonell was given r-n opportunity to speak after the case had heen decided and he had no hesitation in charging S- P.
Mills, Ihe Victoria lawyer, at whose instance
Mr. Macdonnell was taken before the court,
with being a blackmailer, The language used
was of the plainest and the reply was not con-
lined lo two or three words. Mr. Mills list-
ened without making any interruption, and at
the conclusion of thc indictment vouchsafed no
reply.
The trouble arose in the lirst place from
Mr. Macdonell refusing to hold a brief wiih
Mr. Mills on the trial in the Lang case, which
was one of lhc suits in connection with lhe
Point Ellice disaster at Victoria, and in refusing lo settle with Mr. Mills in reference to the
costs of the case. He first threatened Mr.
Macdonell on champerty grounds, and tailing
in this brought the misappiopriation action
against him. In Ihis he was charged with not
paying some $240 for which a receipt had
been given, but the evidence, but tlie evidence
went to show that Mr. Macdonell paid $266
and some $316 in addition. The judge dis-
missed the case instantly upon lhe facts being
laid before hliu, and voluntarily gave Mr.
Macdonnel privilege to speak.
It is reported that proceedings are now being taken through the law society in Victoria
to disrobe Mills for conduct unbecoming a
member of that organization.
Psychology ol Profanity.
G. W. T. Patrick has made a itudy of the
psychology of profanity, in which he asks and
endeavors to answer two questions: First,
why do men swear, and second, Why do they
use the words they do? Profanity is defined
as "the ejaculatory or exclamatory use of a
word or phrase, usually the name of the Diety
or connected in some way with religion or
other sacred things having no logical connection wilh the subject in hand and indicative
of strong feelings, such as anger or disapproval." As regards thc subjective effects of pro-
anity thc most striking is that of a pleasant
feeling of relief from a painful stress.
Some words seem made for special circumstances. "Even men who do not swear can by
a sort of inherited instinct apprcaciate the
teleogical relation existing between the be-
h.<ia: ufs refractory collar button during the
hurried moments of dressing for some evening
function and the half smothered ejaculation of
the monosyllable ( damn.' The word seems
to have been made for the occasion." In a
general way it may be said lhat the author re-
gards profanity as a reversion to a type of expression comparatively low down in thc scale
of development of language. The •human
oath is the analogue of the roar or growl of
the lower animals.—Psychological Review.
Inspection ef Mlno.t Act.
By this measure a uniform code of
signals for use iu tlie mint's of British
Oolumbia it authorized, and in future
many of tbe accidents duo to the variance of signals in different parts will
probably be avoided. By the bill a be.
all accidenti must be reported to tbe
minister of mines and the inspector, and
monthly returns must be made to tiie
minister of all mines engaged in shipping or treating ores. These returns
mu6t include tho quantity of ore ruined
or treated and the assay value thereof.
Another important change is to the effect tbat engineers in charge of hoisting plants will uot be allowed to work
more than eight hours a day, thus minimizing the danger through these men
being kept long hours at their posts.
Not a Ccntipcd. .
Pat Healy [carving fowl at a wedding]—
•' What will you have Mrs. Dooley? "
Mrs. Dooley—"Oh, a leg will do nie, Mr.
Healey."
Pat—"And what will you have, Mrs. Murphy?"
Mrs. Murphy—"I'll have a leg, Mr.
Healy."
Pat—"And you, Mrs. Mulligan?"
Mrs. M.—"I'll have a leg, too."
Pat —"And now, ladies, you'll be after re-
memliering it's a hen I'm carving, not a
centipede."
Tbe British Columbia Express Company
commenced its semi-weekly stage service between Ashcroft and Rarkervilie on the 15th
inst. connecting with steamer Charlotte at
Soda Creek. This change to the summer
time table will be appreciated by lhe traveling
public.
Mamma—"Why, Susie, you've offered your
butterscotch to everybody but litlle brother.
Why didn't you hand it to him?" Susie [wilh
innocent candor]—"Because, mamma, little
brother always takes it."
GENERAL NEWS
Under the iron grip of Lord   Kitchner the
Boer's strength i* diminishing.
Fissure veins can occur in all rock formations; they are found in limestone.
Canada has recently besn making great
efi'oris to encourage American emigration.
Last year 12,000 Americans crossed the
liorder to Settle in Canada.
Admiral Blckford has written the mayor lhat
owing to their being ill mourning the naval
and military cannot ake part in lhe review
on Victoria Day, at the Capital, bul will gladly take part in tne regatta.
Max O'Rcll says he heard lhe other day a
very good piece of advice which lie endorcrs
thoroughly: A man should masry a woman
half his age, plus seven. Try il at whatever
age y iu like, and you will find it works very
well.	
The dominion government hm decided to
give a bonus of $5 per ton on Canadian refined lead to an amount not exceeding $100,-
oco in one year. Il will decrease annually
in amount the same as the iron bounties
until it disappears.
The population of the outer ring of the
suburbs of London is 2,042,750, as against
1,405,439 in 1891; 950,957 :S8:, and 651,831
in 1871. The tolal population of Greater
London, including the outer ting of suburbs,
is now 6,578,784.
It is estimated that the Sudbury nickel
deposits contain enough of that metal to
supply the consumption of the next cen-
lure at the present rile of use. At the
present time ihey supply 40 per cent of
the total requirement.
Mr. Murphy, M P., [not thc worthy
member of the Local House] is entitled to
sympathy. While addressing a meeting at
Armagh recently, one of his audience fired a
gun and shot him in the arm. It was an
irrelevant interruption; and lhe hon. member
felt much hurt about it.
King Edward, who was born on Nov. 91b,
1841, has decided that his birthday shall be
cebebrated on May 24th of each year, thus
continuing thc holiday hitherto observed by
all the public departments as Queen Victoria's
birthday, and giving an impetus to the colonial movements to observe lhe day as Empire
Day.
It has been said by an eminent author that
the trouble wilh mosl wives i.s that they arc
not caught young enough. The sage, Dr.
Johnson, in effect said lhat "much can be
made of Scotchman if caught young," and he
asserts that is equally true of women. Women
who marry very young and are taught properly
will in time actually feel a contempt for other
wives who may object to theii manly husbands
smoking in bed.
A serions battle reeently took place within
a few bundrtd yards of the government buildings in Queenstown, South Africa. An English bridegroom hoisted the Union Jack on
his house, being sufflcently absent-minded
te forget that he had married a Dutch girl.
The bride, as soon as she discovered what
had been done, pulled down the Union Jack
and hoisted the Vierkleur. This was too
much for the groom, who promptly lore down
the offending bunting, whereupon thc weeping bride went homo to bet ma. and left her
loving husband disconsolate. After a time,
however, she ihought belter of it, and returned to the arms of her spouse. Since then all
flags arc forbidden.
An English paper says that soon after
Lord Galloway entered the Biitish House of
Loid.- he presumed sc far upon his relationship to the Marquis of Salisbury as lo write
Disreali lo a»k fur the oliice ol Master of the
Buckhounds, antl he was favored with a reply,
which read somewhat as follows: "I am sorry
that I cannot recommend you for the office of
Muter of the Bttckhouiuls, as Her Majesty
dislikes to having anybody connected wilh
the Royal household who uses bad language,
but I will recommend you for the Lord High
Commissionership lo the General Assemhlv
of the Church of Scotland." And sure enough.
Lord Galloway held the Lord High Com-
niissiohersliip to the General Assembly of thc
Church of Scotland, both in 1S76   antl   1877.
Mr. C. D. Wraf hat recently received
his diploma from the International Correspondence School of Scranton, Penn.,
having finished hit count in metal mining and pa«:ed the Sr.a! eMnvnat'rn.
Tbe Albany Strike Ended.
Albany, K.V,, May 18. — The grea
strike is over. A thousand nien in five cities
who have been idle for seven days, returned
to work at noon. Forty seven miles of track
that has rusted for a like period, except where
a guarded ear swept over it, begaa to 1 e
polished by lhe schedule running c-113. Thn
strike has been on seven days, and tbe total
cost is as follows; Loss of life of -• prominent
! rilizens; cost to company, f17.424.05; cost te
j strikers, $17,820; cost   to   couaty,   $35,}oo THE rfiOSPECTGfi, LILLOOET, B. 0., SATURDAY, MAY 25 1001.
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PAVILION, B. C.
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GENERAL llLACKSMITHING
AND HORSESHOEING.
Lillooet, B. C.
Mantifaolurer of nil kind of
MINER'S BOTPUK8, TICKS. DRILLS, Etc.
None but tho best mftlorial used. Miliars or
prospector! lending In order* will receive
prompt attention und satitdact-ion guaranteed
Half-Way House,<^
LILLO'JKT-LVTTON road.
Headquarters for all Stages.
CHARLES MCGILLIVRAY, Proprietor.
CT. OX.iJ-LR>J&--bli,
LILLOOET, li. C.
Watchmaker.
AH|work warranted.
NOTICE.
RESERVATION OF WATER.
M OTIC E ishoreby given tbat all thc unrecord-
M ed water in everv i ivwr, strewn or lake sit-
uatod within a belt lying between the 49th and
55th parallel of north latitude, and extending
easterly fur a distance of one hundred (100)
miles from tho sea coast, U hereby reserved lor
tho purpose of making provision for supplying
Sower for operating pulp mills, or for othor in-
ustrial purposes.
The water so roserved may be acquired from
the crown under tlie authority ol the Water
Clauses Consolidation Act by any npe< tally incorporated company, for use (or the purposes
above mentioned, upon sueh company showing
lo the satisfaction of thelleutonant-governor in
council that it is financially and in other res.
pects in a position to establish and carry on the
operation of an industrial enterprise of a beneficial nature, and subject to such terms aud
conditions as the lieutenant-govornor in council may direct.
A record of tho reservation of water hereby
provided  for shall ba made  by each commi-s-
iriioner and Gold Lommiwloxter whose district is
affected thereby, such record and reservation
to bo subject, lo the provisions of section 186 (8)
of the Water Clauses Consolidation Aet.
W. C. WELLS,
Chief Commissioner of Lands
nnd Works.
Lands and Works Kopartment, Victoria, It. C,
23rd April, 1901.
NOTICE.
COURTS of Asslae. Mini Trlus, Oyer and Term!
nor and General Gnol Unlivery will lie liold
en In the Court House at oleveu o'clock in the
liireiioiin.nl tho places aud on the dates fob
lowing, namely:
City of Nanaimo, on the 23rd day of Arril
1901.
Cltyof New Westminster, on tho 2Hrd day of
April, 1901.
City of Nelson, on the 7th day of Mny 1001.
City of Uevelstoke, on the 7lh day ul May, 1901.
City ot Vernon, on the 1'ith dny of May, 1901.
City of Kamloops, on Iho 23rd day of May
1901,
City of Vancouver, on tho 21at day of May
1901,
City of Victoria, on the 28th day ot Mny, 1901,
Town of Clinton, on the 28th day of May, 1901.
By Command.
J. D   PRENTICE,
Provincial Kucrotary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,20th March, 1901
Canadian
Pacific
and Soo Line.
Shortest  and most  direct
route to all points
EAST and WEST
Daily service to
St. Paul and Chicago
and all Eastern United States
and Canadian points.
Passengers booked to
Alaska,
Australia,
China and Japan.
Trains pass Lytton as follows:
East Bound, 20,57 West Bound 5.28
>or rates pamphlets &c. apply to nearest C.
P. P, Agent.
E. J. COYLE,
a. a. p.a„
Vancouver, B. C.
THOU. CLARK,
Agent,
Lytton, B.C.
E. J. ATKIN
Lillooet. B. C.
DEALER IN,
Hardware
Stoves
Tinware
Miners Supplies
Farm Implements
Harness & Saddlery
Furniture, etc.,
All orders promptly attendedto.
Royal Hotel,
Sucker Creek, B.C.
]OIIN COLLUM,   Prop.
Central point for Bridge
Kiver Miners and Prospectors. Good accommodation. -   -
Stable in connection.
J B CHERRY,
a. t. ram. coi.t... dublix.
BARRISTER. SOLICITOR. NOTARY PUBLIC
Ivillooet, B. C!
The Prospector is the
best advertising medium in this seetion.
Have your ad. in at
once.
A large stock of Stationery will he here in
a few days, so bring
in your orders for
Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads, etc.
The Prospector,
Lillooet, B. C.
Home Grown
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Roses,
Shrubs, Vines, Bulbs, Hedge Plants,
Seeds.
Extra choice Mock of Peach, Apricot, Plum,
Cherry and Prune Trees.    Ncw importation ol
first-class Rhododendrons,  Roses,   Clematis,
Bay Trees, Hollies, etc.
80,000 to chose from.    No agents nor com-
ission lo pay;    Orders dug in   one day you
get it the next.    No fumigating nor inspection
charges.    Greenhouse plants, agricultural im-
elements, fertilizers, bee supplies, etc.    Largest and most complete stock in   tlie  province.
Send for catalogue or call  and make your selections Ijeforc placing your orders.    Address
M.J. HENRY, Vancouver
WHITE LABOR ONLY.
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MURALO WALL FINISH.
A household necessity and a household beautifier—a dry powder, put up i% fire
pound packages, and in twenty-five beaatiful shades.
When house cleaning be sure and use MURALO and have sow*thing -for your
WOrk.
Easily applied and won* rub ofll    A color card for the asking.
McLennan, McFeely & Co. Ltd.
122 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE
NO. i K.-W.-O. BLOCK, NELSON, B. 0.
<4old, Stiver-Lear] and Copper Mines wanted at tlie EXCHANG1.
FREE MILLING GOLD  properties wanted at once for Kastern Investors.
I'sriM's having mining property (or sale are requested to Mud sample
of Unir ore to the _XCHAN('„ for exhibition.
We deeire to liear from prospectors who have promising mineral claims
in British Columbia.
Prospectors nnd mining men are requested to make the EXCHANGE
ilitir headquarters when in Nelson.
' All samples should ho sent hy express PREPAID.
Correspondence solicited.   AddreSB all communications te
ANDREW   F.   ROSBNBBBGM,
Telephone No. 104.   V. 0. Box 700. NKL80N, B. 0.    >
THE WM. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING GO. Limited
MINING
MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO.
CAKADA.
J. M. Mackinnon
Mininq Properties
Hand.ed
Properties Bonde®
Vancouver
B.0
Don't Forget the Ashcroft Tailor
WHEN YOU WANT A NEW SUIT.
I bare jukL received direct from Scotland the best selection ef Tweeds, Worsteds, Serges
Panting* la lite luteiior.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
THOMAS McCOSH, Merchant Tailor. Ashcroft, B. C.
Lytton Stage
The ncw stage line leaves Lytton every Monday and
Friday for Lillooet, returning next day. Special trips
made.   Write us for information.
Peter Rebagliati & Co., Lytton B. C.
R.F.Anderson&Cu
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
General Hardware,
Paints, Oils  and Varnishes,
Stoves, Enameled Iron
and Tinware.
Minors Steel, Picks. Shovels, etc., Wire Coble
and RuBsel Wire Fcnclne.
;M\V|
'IAN PACIFIC
OF B.C., LTD.
Our Bp«clalUe»t
INTERIOR
LA M0REN/.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
COMPANY.
ASHCROFT, B. C.
Cariboo and Lillooet
Stage Travel
Clinton anil way points, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
All  points in Cariboo, Monday's.
Lillooet direct, Monday and Friday,
Forks of Quesnelle, and way points,
Monday.
A sp'eiial coach, carrying passeneprs
and express, will leave Asiiur fi loi the
150-Mile Home on  ".rid        ten
■ i    days,
{jj-euul Uiosjuua-b i i.iuiol.eii.
NAVIGATION 8,
(LIMITED.)
WIIARF STREET.  I CTORIA.
Time Table No. M.-Taking Effect Nov. i£_h-
1900,     ~JS^
Victoria to Vancouver—Daily at 1 p. tu. Van-
con ver to Victoria -Daily at 1.16p.m., oi on ar.
rival of the C.P.R, No 1 train.
NEW WESTMINSTER ROUTE.
Lcavt Victoria for Ncw Westminster, Ladnei,
Lulu Island, Plumper'! Pass—Tuesday and
Friday at 7 a.m. Leave New Westminster far
Victoria nnd Way runs — Wednesday aud
Saturday at 7 run
NORTHERN ROUTE.
Steamships of this  company  will Irate f*r
Fort   Simpson  and   intermediate  points,  vi-a
Victoria, 1st and lfith each month at 1' p.m.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Steamships of this comnany will leare every
Wednesday for wrangel end Skagway at 8 p.m.
BARCLAY SOUND ll"UTK.
Steamer leave*     'etoria   for   Alberni   and
Sound   portu, ou  the 10th   and 20th of aaeh
month,  extending  In Met    trips to   Quatiine
and Cape Hcott.
'I lie i'-iin|iiiiL\ reserves lhe right of changing
thin time table at any timu without ■otlflcaUou
fl. A.CAItLKTON,
Oeuornl Freight Ageut.
0. 8. BAXTER,
General Passenger Ageut.
| Insurance.
I General
$ Agent.
| .
_\ If you want
i
To insure your life,
To insure your property,
Te insure against accident.
m
Call on
Ric.
A. Fraser
Lillooet, l». O.
fi :^ws^}^ys^M^rm s- WBPVMW   ■   I ■  I ■"■"■V
GE RIVER
LlLOOET
I) BRIDGE RIVER STORES.
J. DUNLOP.
gkei:_^:e:r,___.___   __^_a__^OET;A3rT
Miners Supplies.
LILLOOET, •E.CC.
1'KVvINClAl. SECRETARVS OFFICE
llli if**1 -jl'!'. me administrator of the
Jcernment ia C tncii has lieeu pleased tu
mnk': ,„. f'llowing tj-jwintment-
20th April, 1901.
CaspaJ PiiAtr.. 'Lillooet, Escuire, S. M.%
to be .old Commissioner for the Lillooet Mining Division, viceF. .Soues, Ksqube; stirh ap-
pointrae'll to take effect on the 1st day uf May
■jot.
Branch Store at Bridge River where a
fidl stock of General Merchandise and .\x\ OOuGAL   HOUSE
ers Outfits are on hand. *UCCttTer'}' ft
l'TTUTON _ BLAOKSTONE, Props.
J. Dunlop, General Merchant, Lillooet, B.C
The only map giving the locations of the mines of this rich
free-milling camp. Everyone interested should have one. Price
Fifty cents.     Send for one at once.    Address:
The Prospector^
Lillooet, B. C,
•■ .-*»
Provide Against
Accidents and
Sickness,
BY TAKING OUT A POICY FROM
Local Agent for the Dominion of Canada Guarantee & Accident
Insurance Company, of Toronto, Ontario.
Thin is an ideal policy and besides covering accidents takes in eighteen different
ailment.. Don't be without some security for no one can tell when they will meet with
mi-jfort une.   Call and see the agent and get further particular*.
Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT, LILLOOET, B. C.
Carries a fall stock of all kinds of Groceries, Dry   Goods,   H   -t    and   Shoes,
Hardware, etc.
MINERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
Ilci. 1  .inrit-rs tor r.in*'ig*   men.      Europeaa
plan,
jpio__te__s_r r____o_r.e!X,.
I-flloofl,  hi.  fcT.
FRED. H. NELSON, Proprietor.
Hntll   R*»oms   for    Commercial    Travelers
Livery Stable in Connection. Bus meet!
iteamboat for gu.its to and from
^Anderson Lak« and Bridge
;jtfivur pointi.
W*_&E$
ntxa c_i_rs_Bin_rnoni
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned
ind marked "Tender for Lilloost Look-Up,"
will be received upto and Including tbe iKlrd of
May, instant, for the removal of tbe said lockup and the construction of an addition thereto,
con.i-tint; of a wine of four cells.
Plan and specification aud conditions of contract can be seen ut the government office, Lil-
Iioet.
Tt den will not be considered unless made
out   n the forms supplied and signed with tiie
jtual signature of tlie tenderers and the agreement to the fo;;n of tendci to execute a bond
In the penal sum of two hundred and fifty dollars, signed by two responsible parties, who
must be satisfactory to the undersigned.
The undersigned is uot bound to accept the
lowest or any 'under.
C. PHAIR,
Mining Recorder.
Lillooet. B.C., 15th May, 1901.
Hotel Victoria.
liix-Loourr b. o»
This hetel being new and thoroughly finished througho.iL is the only firsi
(Haas hetel in Lillooet. Persons calling at Lillooet will receive every a'tuntiutt by
stopping at the Hotel Victoria. Good stabling in connection with th? hotel . Icad-
«,Barters for the Lillooet-Lrtten stag*.
9   eHjLRoaa  MonaiutTi.   act?
•  f
M. R. EAGLESON,
Pr    rieto-
EXCELSIOR    DEiOU'SE.
_d. y»j_s_c», pbop.  ,
*4LL©e_T,        ........ a. c.
!_• Bar la supplied with the best Wince, Liquors and Cigars. —sb I
LYTTON STAGE LINE.
Stage leaves Lytton every Tuesday and Saturday morning for Lillooet, returning next day.    Special trips made.
If yon contemplate a trip into Lillooet district, write na for information.
CAMERON & HURLEY     -:-    Lytton and Lillooet, B I
Canadian Pacific Navigation Company.
£"**»  A lac Ira Steamen for Skagway and Alaska paints leave Victoria every Wednesday
Ol   AlaSKd.    evening and Vancouver overy Thursday at 1 p.m.
Steamers for B.C. Northern Points leave Victoria and Vancouver weekly.   Regular steaae
o. all British Columbia points.   Particulars on application. C. 8. BAXTER, Q. V.
M. P. GORDON,
Kamloops, B.C.
Furniture of every description,  Carpets,  inoleum, Window Shades, Cornice Poles, etc.
Subscribe for The Prospector.
It s Al Right
BRIDGE RIYER
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Brett  Ranch,
First-class accommodation for thc
traveling public. When going to
and from the mines make the Brett
Ranch for a stooping place. The
liest meal and bed on trail anil everything i.eat and clean. Only white
help employed. Remember the
place when on the trail. - - - •
Stable in connection, hay and feed.
U. H. BRET.,     •     -    -     Proprietor.
TO  THE  DEAF.
A rich lady cured of her Deafness t.nd Noises
in the Head by Dr Nichols m's A-Mh. ial Ear
l>rums, gave $lb.OCO to his Institute, BO chat tbe
deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums
may have thein free. Address No. i'52_ Tho
Nicholson Institute, 780, Eighth Avv-ruc, New
York, U.S.A.
J. H. Anthony.
General Merchant,
LYTTON.
Storage and
Forwarding Agent
FOR
Lillooet and Bridge River.
Have goods consigned to my care;
railway charges are settled, goods stored
and forwarded with despatch.
BAILEL
HOTEL.
Silverthorn Bros. Props.
LYTTON, - - B. C
First-class in every respect.
Choice  Wines,  Liquors
and Cigars. Sample
room  free.
FURNITURE.
A lull stock of all   indi of
UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE
ii naw for sale by
H. C. PARKER,
LILLOOET, B. C.
Store and Repair Shop in Uren Block.
Call and examine stock.     No trouble to
show goods
REI'AIRING A SPECIALTY.
R ead The Prospector
$2 a year. THE PROSPECTOR, LILLOOET, B. C, SATURDAY, MAY 25 J801.
LOCAL NEWS.
D. 0. Scott left  en   Sunday (or  Vau
couver.
Thos. Gillis a Lytton.liotel man was in
town this week.
Dr. Sanson left on Thursday for Clinton to be absent several days.
Bev. J. II. Wright left hist Monday for
a visit to the Iiridge. Kiver mines.
Yesterday   was  Victoria day nr.i waE
not generally observed in Lillooet.
D. Kevin the   Hat  creek blacksmith,
waa in lillooet last Monday evening.
Major Burnet, P. & D. I.. S., is in the
Bridge Riv.r district on a surveying trip.
The   graveyard   has   been cleaned up
soiuelatily. Let tbe good work continue.
A. McDonald,road superintendent,returned Wednesday from ihe east riding,
The water in tho Fraser river is gradually rising and the predictions for high
water may not be amita.
Samuel Gibbs has about completed an
addition to his residence on Cayooeh
creek.     Mr;. Gibbs is expected shortly.
Mrs. J. a.id W. Shermer arrived by
special stage Irom Lytton Thursday
from the Okanagan district, and *ill reside at tbe Biley ranch, whioh Mr. J,
Sliormer bus leased.
I Too main Btrtot was cleaned up by a
Chinamen this week who is in tbe "jug."
George Hurley proprietor ol the I.yt
ton stage line had two specials in this
w««k. 	
If sronr water, needs repairing take it
tn J. Clarke, who will put it in good condition.        	
Born.—At Ullooet, B..C, on Monday.
May 20tb, 1901, to tbe wifeoi Archibald
McDonald of a son.
Dr. Clarke is excavating behind thc
drug store and will build an addition to
his prin.:isen shortly.
f Stewart _ Crcz:er the Ashcro't liverymen had a special stage in this week
with a commercial traveler.
Mrs. Cherry wile of J. Briscoe Cherry,
barrister, left the first of tbo week for a
visit to friends at the coast.
Mrs. Dougherty and youngest daughter Olive, are visiting wilh Mrs. Mark B.
EaglsBOLi of the Hotel Victoria.
W. M. Brown, formerly memborof tbe
provincial legial.-.ture from Lillooet, was
Mwttd mayor oi    ■ -.'elstoke last week.
J. ti. Walker of the Hotel Victoria
staff accidentally sprained his ankle thia
week and will be laid up for a few days.
The road men employed on the North
Fork trail came to town tbis week having finished tbe work laid out for them.
Mies E. Brett left on Monday morning
tor the Anderson Lake mines, where she
will remain sometime with ber brothers.
Clarke & Co., Lillooet, have a complete stock of drugs, Medicines and sundries. Letter orders promptly attended
lo. Just tell them what you want or
H hat the trouble is, and tbey will do the
reBt.
Notice of Assignment
Pursuant to Creditors Trust
Deeds Act and Amending Acts.
Notice is hereby given that the Toronto
Lillooet Gold Keofs Company Limited (Non-
Personal Liability) having a registered oflice in
the City of Vancouver in the province of Hrit-
i.'li Columbia has hv deed of asr-dgniiient dated
the eleventh day ct May one thousand nine
hundred and ono assigned all its personal property which may be Belted and sold under execution and all Its real estate credits a»d effects
to Frederick C. Tireman of the City of Vancouver aforesaid for the purpose nfter paying and
Satisfying theaosts charges and expenses of and
incidental to the said assignment und of tha
said trustee of satisfy!mr raicably and proportionately without preference or priority the
creditors of the said company.
Tho said deed was executed by the said company ou the eleventh day of May one thousand
nine hundred and one and by the naid Frederick C. Tireman on tlie seventeenth day of May
one tl-onsand nine hundred and one,
AU persons having clftins against tho said
Toronto-Lillooet Qolft Reefs Company Limited
[non-personal liability'! are required to forward
particular*, of their _aid claims duly verified to
Frederick C Tireman, Fairfield Block, Vancouver, U. l\, on or before tho 7[h day of June,
1901, ami all persons indebted to the said cum-
pany are. requested to pay such Indebtedness
to the said K-odericIt C.Ti reman at his office in
ihe Fairfield Block aforesaid.
Dated this 17th day oi Mnr, 1901,
FKliiAKKICK (J. TI HUMAN,
Trusteo,
A meeting of the creditors of the Toronto-
Lillooet Gold Reefs Company Limited [uon-
nersonal liability! will bo held at the office, of
Messrs. Wilson tt Bcnkler, Inns of Court Building corner Hastings and Hamilton streets in
tha citybf Vancouver, the -solicitors for the
above named trustee, on the 7th day of June,
1901, at the hour of three o'clock in the afternoon.
I IDated this 17th dav of May, A. D. 1901.
FKE'DKKICK C, TIREMAN,
Trustee.
Seyerftl Indians with freight outfits
1«H this week for Quesnelle to haul
freight bttween that point and Barker-
ville.	
The " siwash act" was enforced tbis
week and we learn olhsrs will be under
the banns shortly it they do not mend
their ways.
BRIDGE RIVER
TRAVELERS!!
J. Benton, assayer, well known in Lillooet district, came up from Vancouver
tlit Cist of tbe week and left for the
Lorne mines.
Mike Gaynor one of the owners of the
Countless claim, was in town this week
Renin* supplies lor the continuance of
work on the property.
Dr. Child's Ointment is the best rem-
I edy in the world for Itching Piles.   It is
|aold   by   Clarke  & Co., at tbe Pioneer
Drug Store, Lillooet.
Wm. McKivor left for Oadwallader on
I Thureday where he will attend  to the
■lock of goods which ia being  put in by
I B. J. Atkit and P. Santiai,
Tbe weather the past few days has
I been Tory good and appears as though
1 summer hut come. During the first of
I the week there were occasional showers.
A taw white men employed with the
Bridge River Developing company quit
J work tbia week, the reason being given
I that thev were dissatisfied with the
I grab supplied them. A new gang look
1 their pi aces at once.
Brett  Ranch,
First-class accommodation for the
traveling public. \Vhen going to
and from thc mines make lhe Brett
Ranch for a stopping place. The
best meal and bed on trail and everything neat and clean. Only white
help employed. Remember the
place when on the trail. ....
Stable  in  connection, hay and feed.
R. H. BRETT,     -     -    ■     Proprietor.
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE
HIS  HONOUR the administrator of the
Government in Council  hai been  pleased to
make the following appointment:
30th April, 1901.
CASrAR I'HAiR.of Lillooel, Esquire, S. M.,
to be Gold Commissioner for th« Lillooet Mining Division, vice F. Soues, Esquire; such appointment to lake effect on the 1st day of May
1901.
Mr. D. Campbell the well known Vic-
I toria cbemiai and druggist, arrlred last
I Saturday evening in Lillooet, and accom-
I panied by Mr. TI. J. Keary left for tbe
Bridge River .Monday morning after big
J game. Tyee Jimmy accompanied tbem
I a> guide. -
W. W. Brown manager of the Bridge
I Rivor Developing company, on the North
I Fork, has completed arrangements with
I Tliouinl Ooee of Ashcroft to take in a
(portion o{ his sawmill outfit and cut a
■ large quantity of lumber to be uaed on
|tbe work.	
Leslie Hill, M. E., returned Tuesday
Ifrom the Lorne mine and left (or the
Jkanagan district next morning. Mr.
JlHU reports the nors at the mine as go-
\a3 or. siuisfictorily and stated thai it
o„ll ooly to * «'«» timer niitH the)
■niil was runnings the construction and
Jotting the machinery tog-thsr wai be.
Ing pu-bi;d »be»J rapidly,
D0U6AL HOUSE
Vancouver, B. 0.
BURTON „ I1LACKST0NE, Traps.
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PAVILION, 13. C.
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GENERA!. BLACKSMITHING
AND HORSESHOEING,
Lillooet, B. C.
Manufuoturerof all kind of
MINER'S SUPPLIES, PICKS. DRILLS, Etc.
None but tho best material UB6d. Miners or
prospectors soudlng in orders will receive
prompt attention and -iatiefact>ion.gnarent«ud
Half-Way House,<c^__
LILLOOET-LYTTON ROAD.
Headquarters for all Stages.
CHARLES McGILUVRAY, Proprietor.
LILLOOET, B. C.
Watchmaker.
AUJwork warranted.
NOTICE.
Shortest  nud most direct
route to all points
EAST and WEST
Daily service to
St. Paul and Chicago
and all Eastern United States
and Canadian j»ointfi.
Passengers booked to
Alaska,
Australia,
China and Japan.
Trains pass Lytton at follows:
East Bound, 20.57 ' West Bonn* 5.28
>or rates pamphlets Sec. apply to nearest C.
P. P. AR-nt.
K. J. COYLE, THOB. CLARK,
A. G. P .A., Agent,
YancouYer, B. C. Lytton, B.C.
RESERVATION OP WATER.
NOTICE U hsraby gi-ren that all the unrecorded water In every river, stream or lako si'-
uatod within a bull lying between iho l!>(h anu
ftthparallcLof north latitude, and extending
eaiteriy lor a distance of one hundred (10'ij
rallos from the aea coast, is hereby re-served (or
the purpnsu oi making provision for supplying
Sower for operating pulp milU, or for otuOf IB;
u-stri.il purposes.
The water so reserved may be »c<iu:rei froin
the crown Muder tho authority of the Water
Clauses Consolidation Act by any spoually incorporated company, for u«e for the purposes
abovw nentloneui upon inch coDipany ihowing
to the satitfacilon of thc I leu tenant-govern or in
council that it in financially and in other respects In a posit'on to establish und carry on tho
operation ot an Industrial enterprise of a beneficial nature, and subject to such termb mid
conditions as tlie lieutenant governor iu coun- j
ell may direct.
A record of the reservation ol water hereby
provided for shall ba made by each com nm;-
rien-er and Guld i.'einmission.r whose district is
affected thereby, such record and reservation
to be subject to thc provisions of section KG (3)
of the Water Clauses Consolidation Aot.
W. C. WBLLB,
Chief Cominls-Miouer of Lands
and Works.
Lands and W*or"_3 Ee par tine nt, Victoria, 18. C,
23rd April, 1901.
R. J. ATKIN
Lillooet. B. C.
DEALER IN,
Hardware
Stoves
Tinware
Miners Supplies
Farm Implements
Harness & Saddlery
Furniture, etc.,
All onlers promptly attenclcxito.
Royal Hotel,
ticker Creek, B.C.
IOIIN COLLUM,   1-rop.
NOTICE.
COG KT8 of Assise, Kisi Prius, Oyer and Tcrml
ner and General llnol Unlivery.will tie bold
i'ii In the Court House at eleven o'clock in tbe
forenoon, al '.lie places and on the dates foi,
lowing-, namely:
City of Nanaimo, on tha 23rd day ot April
1901.
Cltyof New Westminster, on the 23rd day of
April, 1901.
Cltyof Nelson, on the "th day ol May 1901.
City of Kevelstoke.on tbe 7th day ol May, 1S01.
City of Vernon, on tho 15th day of May, 1901.
City of Kamloops, on tlie 23rd day ol May
1901.
City of Vancouver, on the 21st dayof May
1301.
City of Victoria, on the 28th day of May, 1901.
Town of Clintuii.oti tbo28tu dayof Msy, 1901
By Command.
J. D. PRENTICE,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's CBlcc,20th March, 1901
Usftdquarters for mining   inert.     European
plan.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned
and marked "'render for Lillooet Loek.Up,"
will be received Dp to tad including the 2.3rd of
May, instant, for the removal of tbe ssid lockup and the construction of an addition tiiereto,
consisting of a wing of four cells.
Plan and specification and conditions of eon
tract can bs seen at the government ulliee, f.il
looet.
Tenders will not be considered unless made
out on the forms supplied and signed with the
actual signature of the tenderers and the agreement to the form of tender to execute a bond
in tlie penal sum of two hundred and tlfty dollars, signed by two respuuilM" psrtlqgj who
;inis; te- sallsmolory i the undersigned,
The undersigned is not bound to accept the
lowest or any tender.
C. pitAirt,
Mining liecorder.
Lillooel, B.C., Wn Mar, 1901.
The Prospector is the
best advertising medium in this section.
Have your ad. in at
once.
A large stock of Stationery will be here in
a few days, so bring
in your orders for
Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads, etc.
The Prospector,
Lillooet, B, C.
Advertise in The Prospector.
Central point for Bridge
Hi ver Miners and Prospectors. Good accommodation.     -     -     -   -
Stable in connection.
J B CHERRY,
A. B. TRIM. COM,., rtVKLlM.
BARRISTER.  SOLICITOR.  NOTARY  PUBLIC
Lillooet. B. CI
Home Grown
Fruit and" Ornamental Trees, Roses,
Shrubs, Vines, Bulbs, Hedge Hants*
Seeds,
Extra choice slock of Peach, Apricot, Plum,
Cherry and Prune Trees.   New importation oi
firjl-class Rhododendrons,   Roses,   Clematis,
Cay Tree!,, Hollies, etc.
80,000 to chose irom. No agents nor commission to pay: Orders riu^ in one day you
get it lhe nest. No fumigating nor inspection
pharges. Greenhouse plants, agricultural im-
clemetits, fertilizers, bee supplies, etc. Largest ami most complete stock in the province.
Send for catalogue or call and make your selections before placing your orders.    Address
M.J. HENRY, Vancouver
WHITE LAUOU ONLY.
r*
URALO WALL FINISH.
A household necessity and a household beantifier—a dr, powder, pot up ia _¥t
pound packages, and in twenty.five beaatiful shades,
When house cleaning be sure and use MURALO and have somethiog fo» jrwir
work.
Easily applied and won'  rub off.    A color c.-.r'l for the asking-.
:: -- - -- -- .- ^
McLennan, R'cFaely & Co. Ltd.
122 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE
NO. 4 K.-W.-O. BLOCK, NELSON. B. O.
Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Minos wanted at tlie EXCHANGE.
FKEE MILLING GOLD properties wantad at once for Sasttra I«-
veB'.ors.
I'artios having minim; property for sale aro reqnosted to sand sample
of tbeir ore to the I.XCHANGE for exhibltlOD.
We desire to hear Iron proi ;iactor« who havo promising mineral clalM
in British Columbia.
I'rospoc.tors and mining men are requested to make tbe EXCHANGE
tbeir headquarters when in Nelson.
All samples should t.n Kent by express PREPAID.
Correspondence solicited.    Address all c.oimiiunicHtions to
ANDREW   F.   R08ENBEBGBE,
Telephone No. KM.    P. (). I'.ox TOO. NELSON, B. 0.
THE WM. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING 60. Limit.*
MINING
MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO.
G-AlsTAXDJ-..
J. M. Mackinnon
Mininq Properties
Hand.ed
Properties Bond©®
Vancouver
B.®
InTOW boys^^. .
Don't Forget the Ashcroft Tailor
WHEN YOU WANT A NEW SUIT.
I hr.vi' last received direct from ScAllaml 'lir -"it nrlr-|lrl ''Trrswlil. Tliltini. tal_SS
Papttags In the Interior.   Battsfaotton guaranteed.
TBOMAH McCOSH. Merclmut Tailor, A.litrofl, B. •
The new stage lino leaves Lytton every Monday atf)
Friday for Lillooet, returning next day. Special trif9
made.   Write us i'or information;,.
Peter Rebagliati'^ Co., Lytt.n 1. <5.
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Stoves, Enameled Iron
and Tinware.
Uln.r. tteel, Plolts, iihovelii, otc, Wire Table
and Ruaael Wire Fencing.
Inland Cigar Manufacturing Co.
OF B.C., LTD.
Our Qpvcifilt-l-uut
INTERIOR
LA frlCRENA
KAMLOOPS, 33 CS
Cariboo and Lillooet
Stage Lines.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
COMPANY.
ASHCROFT, B. C.
Clinton  anil  wny  points,  Monday,
Wcclne liny and Friilsy.
All iioiniB  in  Cariboo,  Monday's,
.i.il Friday.
Llilroel (Jlrecr, Monday and Friday,
Forks ul Quesnelle,  and way ijoinlu,
Monday.
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CANADIAN PACIHC
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(LIMITED.)
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Time Table No, tl.   T.siiBK Bffeet H«r. Ml
Victoria to Vuncouv«r—Dailj- at 1 p. m. T«»»
crmver to Victoria -Daily at l.Uij,.™., or •■ «_s
riral of the C.f.R. No 1 train.
NEW WK8TMINSTTSR ifoTITK.
LeaTo Victoria for N»w IVeitmllUt-tr, La*dat&
Lulu Islaud, Phiinpfr'K Pitn-Tnwlfty and
Frifiay at 7 a.m. Loaro Now vVt itml*aii«r t+t
Victoria and Way Port* — ff-dUH4tf mttA
baturilayat 7 p.m.
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BtcamEships of tbia   -company   will l«ir« f«t
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Victoria, 1st und 16th -nacti month at 11 p.m.
ALASKA ROUTE.
St nam 8 hips of thia rom-nany will ltara wrwrf
Vircdnesday for Wrangel and MKn«w_y at I -p.m,
BAItCXAT HOUND KOUTE.
Rtcnmcr IflaTM     'rtoria   for   Albaml   Hi
yoinid   portu.   on   thf luth   nnd Mtk at  «ne(t
mon'ii,   extending  latter   tri|«a  t«  <oatrla«
und ('apf! Bcott.
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this time table at any timo without loft lea-Rim
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°*\ To insure your property,
•^"C To insure against accident.
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Ric. A. Fraser
Im I looet, B.O.
Insurance.
General
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