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 ,UG 13 190S
Js«^__________^2~£:»>
Vol. 7, No. 3:1
LILLOOET,   IJ. 0.    AUG.   10,   '05.
Dollar a Year.
JULY
MOX TUES WED THU FRI SAT SUI.
1  2
3  4   5   6  7  8  9
10  11  12  13  14 15 16
17  18  19  20  21 22 23
24  .23  26  27  28  29 30
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AUGUST.
MON' 1 UE WED THUR FRI SAT SUN
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7 8      9        10       11 12 13
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21       22      23       21      25 26 27
28      29      30
0. Drink water Wray, mul
a man by the name of Morrison were pulling a boat
loaded with rock, across Owl
Creek, when Wray slipped
lmi^i^^fefe^!^fcfei^^iPl nnd fell in   the creek,  drag
CLARKE   &   CO.,
CHEMISTS   AND   DRUGGISTS
SIDNEY WILLIAMS,
~_?_EaO*VI3~TCIA.I_i
X-J-.2_T_D STT-BVIE: you,
QUESNELLE, B. C,
I make a trip through Lillooet District
every summer.
J'EM BE i-TON.
Special Correspondence,
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Special Attention to Filling
Ti'118-ed and Spe.-tHcles.
fass tec-, ter- teir Sssfctefefefti teiatefeteiltahtei te&>
A.P. Christie, Government
Agent at Ashcroft, accompanied by his wife and son,
paid Lillooet a visit on Saturday List, and were all very
groatly impressed by our advantages, and were loath to
SINGLE TAX.
A famous exponent of He my
George's idea, ia now in 15. C.
He believes it will cure nil our
political ills, by putting a .single
tux on the source of all wealth,
lhe laud, instead of all sorts of
indirect taxes on the products
of labor. lie calls a protective
tariff, highway robbery ; and a
revenue tariff, sneak thievery.
leave so beautiful a vicinity.' yucai,fc !;imi, he says, should
Mr. Christie would like to L,y its slm-.e of Uie bm-deiij and
have spent a week, being an Lfc sucIl ar.lte L*iab bhe ou.1KM.b
enthusiastic fisherman, and .V0lllll bt,comptjl|eil lo mukeuse
Cayoosh and Lane creeEB are|0f *■. Lo mM|<e j( n;iy,
ideal trout streams.    Ife»was
'ormerly constable at Slocan
City until his promotion lo
lie Government agent at Ash
ing the other fellow lu also.
If Morrison would let go the
rope so as to extricate himself from Wray's grasp,  tho'
boat would be off, down th
stream so he had just to holdj^0^ where n0 doubt ?0 ^ «
on ami let Wray  use   him as|able an official is greatly ap-jit is expected, will reach here at
a means   to clamber out.
They both looked like some-
According to the Vii.iCO.nvei'
World, and a, miner named Howard Thorpe, there is a rush beginning towards the Fraser bars
■-.'. ing to low water.   Thi;.   rwe.li,
Love'* linn;. Uivum. . ,   • . , , 1   I   1      '
„.   .     , J.     ._ ,. _  ,    thing thecal would bring in
She (precluding it   with   a   kiss)—So ° °
on a wet dav.
predated.-.  They started,   for about the same time as the Sal-
home  Sunday morning, via mon n,s1'*    Miners who can live
you wont down to sen papa, this morning
•ahout; a rather—or—tender matter, eh?
He (sweetly)—Yes, darling.
She—And you poured forth your inmost soul—
Ho—Yes. dear. I confessed everything.
She—Made it perfectly explicit aliout
your present position and your prospecia
(or the future, oh?
He—Made a clean breast of it all.
She—Told   painly   the   sweet f*ecret of
anvtliingelse.   One of the fund-
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
is the  western metropolis of  Canada
End
my   loving you   in   return,   aud   only'    ■*• .»•" ~N~_~ Wb-iiJJ V __!__& J~X.;__~~.~ ,       . .      ,
awaiting his sanction, and all that, eh?     | is the newspaper thai you shpuad read] aineutal rules, is lo put  110   lood
He—Yes,   love.    I   quoted  your  own    if  you   want  to  keep  abreast  oi  the
i.ito the stomach  while it con-
Lvtton.
A  well-known   U. ('.  physician
on salmon and spuds, need not
go to great expense. Tuns of
Titers iu  this  re«_,ioi_.
points   out   that   Diet   lias an j      Radium   lias  taken  a slump,
influence on  heal! h greater than \ I'rom  $1,310,954 per ounce,  to
something over a million.
A (ramp at Mission Junction
recently swallowed u 2-foot rule,
P. O. Bo:c S12. Vancouver, B. C.
NEW
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gentle lovo vows   and   your  resolves   to    times.
stand by me througk thick and thlu for- l'   Subscription     price,    Dally,      $5.00
<!VoC*     ~-_.        ,_..-. Weekly,-li.-OO a year,   fend us 25c for j (,,.,*.,,s ;lr remnant of the last meal, j and  died   by  inches.
fcho—That s right,    iou   certainly aro ; the Daily for a month and Bee for yoar
very brave.   How did he receive all ciies<*    self   what   we   are.
(tender tidings;'
Ho (hesitatingly)— I — er —really—I
«lon't know as yet.
She (in amazement)—But you saw
■papa, did you not?
He—Yes. I   stood  on tho street corner
.and saw him come out of  the dace and   MOST
yo to get his lunoh.
She—And then you went to lunch
with him, eh?   Oh, how clover!
He—Xo, I went up into his offloe and
poured lorth luy soul—into his phonograph. He's not it all'by this timo.
she—Ah, (hat's what he meant then
when at dinner ,to-iii:?ht he said he tool:
liis hatchet ~.:id smashed his phonograph
to bits.
He—Thank heaven!
She—For what, pray?
He—Just think! .1 might hare been tho
victim,   That's what I call  escaping   by i
■the skin of  my   teeth.    Come,   darling,  '■ex
Jet's   elope.   (They   do).—New   Oi-luan» ' miss.■.i
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Wtt*h greasy dishes, pots or pans with
Lever's lliy Soap-a powder. It will re-
uxpyotkogronaa with thc^rcatcst oaae. 3G
to
tint
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corn
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point of commencement.
CORNELIUS O
Pavilion 11. (".,  |
July 24lh.  1905,; The  Prospector.
The PROSPECTQB.
"W*E:E__&~:i~"~r.
Advertising Rates low as possible,
Basis of 30 cents per square Inch,
van .Monti:. Landor Mining Notices
30  MAYS    l|t.) 60 HAYS   $6.
BY C. *W- ABMST_=i.02_TC3r
«CA PHAIRs*
P
General   Merchant
LOCAL
Jos. DicKey is h.tilling rock
for the foundation of D. Hurley's new residence.
Outfits and   Guides  Furnished to  Hunting Parties!
Groceries,   Hardware,    Photo   Supplies,
Dry Goods,  Drugs,   Etc.
'is-
'iS*
Mrs. Bell and  family  are
gone to the coast.
Harry O'Donaghey and W.!
Elliott spent 5 weeks  upon  g|Q    Qj|f|f]|P   \
Bridge River,  doing   assess- \
mentwoi'K.
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- Mr.   Cumming   purchased
the Brown piano and pianola
and a number of fine records j
of choice selections of music, j
Anyone desirous of investing
in   this   line  might   secure
this outfit at half the""price i Blenheim,
originally paid.
Arthur H. Martley       -       Henry Schwartz
/
XECU~lSrTli3_R,S   Sc   GUIDES,
A caravan of Pennsylvania
hunters left on Monday for
the land of the Chilcotin &
Grizzlv.
Our terms nre equitable.
We Imve a complete outfit.
We give you a guarantee.
LILLOOET,
April, '05
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A gentleman named Twist
of Grimsby, who came with
Mr. Burkholder's Hamilton
party, started for Ontario on
Tuesday, well pleased with
a Lillooet experience. He
tried some amateur panning
on Bridge Kiver. and in a
short time secured several
dollars in coarse gold, for a.
■souvenir.
Lillooet stores are strictly
rlostsd on Sunday, except bv
Chinese dealers, who do not
know the value and necessity of one day's rest in 7.
One little girl in town is
■web-fooled.—Or maybe barefoot boys made tracks in the
town reservoir. The water-
commissioner will be having
some little indian boys iu the
skookum house.
HENRY'S    NURSERIES.
EXTRA LARGE STOCK OF
__E£01\£~E]    (3~E^OW2sr
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL Tl!El_S, FOR FALL
PLANTING. LARGE STOCK OF HOME GROWN
AND  IMPORTED BULBS.
SHRUnS, ROSES, RHODODENDRONS, SMALL FRUIT, GREENHOUSE AND
HARDY FLOWERING PLANTS. GARDEN", FIELD,
ANI) FLOWER SEEDS IN SEASON. GUT FLOWERS
AND DESIGNS FOR RALLS, WEDDINGS, CHURCH
DECORATIONS. AND FUNERALS. FERTILISERS
AND REE SUPPLIES.   gOT    CATALOGUE FREE.
I have appointed   Mr.   John   Dunlop,
to accept Local Orders.
im:. j. 'H'"B""i~r-R-Y
3010  VVESTMINSTER   ROAD,
YAlsTCOUVER, -B.C.
Tlie post office is now installed
in Paul Smitiiii's rooms recently
vacated  by the printer.
A gentleman rode in from
Lytton on a bicycle iu the
cool of the morning, arriving
about 10 a. m,
Evening service to be held
at the Methodist Church on
Sunday coming. Come and
wear out the seats a little.
The Smllmry Xickol Milieu.
Fifteen years ago tho world's sup.
lly of nickel was chiolly drawn from
the mines of Now oaK._lo.iia, suppu.-
niontod by the Gap Mine in Pennsylvania, and a lew isolated workings
in Sweden and Norway; to-day
about on.H.iil. is derived from tho
Sudbury uia.rkt in Northern Ontario, whei-e mil.ing operations began in
188M. Some years ago experts employed by the United States Navy
licpartin. ni. examined the Sudbury
deposits of nickel-bearing one (a I'i'r-
rhotite containing from 1 1-8 to H-i
per cent, of nickel, and from 2 to 4
per ceiu. of copj'c.', which dots not,
therefore, deserve the name of "kup-
fer tilck.nl" or "goblin-copper') and
reported thai theie wire 650,000,000
tons of ore in sight, anil since then
other Important disco voiles, some cf
which are already being developed,
have been made within an area of
about 2,(i00 square miles, in 1900
tho Sudbury distiiot produced 7,-
OS.0,000 pounds of nickel in
"matte," which averages about 25
per (ent. copper and 18 per cent,
nickel, and there can be no doubt
that i.s product will ovenUinlly monopolize the world's markets,and that.
Sudbury is destined to occupy much
the same position in regard to nickel-mining that Kimbeiley holds in regard to the production of diamonds. 'Wherever strength, malleability, the capability of taking a line
polish, and freedom from rusting are
re'uiied—as in tho construction of
cannon, small t.rms, armor-phi te,
boilers and machinery—nickel steel ia
in request, and the fact that the
price- of nickel haa risen considerably in the last two or three years
would appear to show that tho supply has not increased pari passu
with the demand.—I-oudon Morning
1 o~t,
£«rd Colprl<l|f«> on the Bencn.
Lord Coleridge, Lord Chief Justi
of England from lrfSti until J.&..4.
has been described as England's
greatest criminal .iudee. A writer in
the Fall Mall Magazine says that in
appearance ho has tho ve.y embodiment ot judicial dignity. Ho was
ever courteous and considerate, aud
never tried to win cheap applause at
thc expense of an inexperienced barrister or overwrought witness.
He had a curious habit, on tho
bench, of leaning back in his char
and closing his eyes, and this sometimes led the unwary to conclude
that he was asleep.
On one occasion, dtiriner tho trial
of a prisoner for setting lire to a
dwelling-house, the counsel I'or (he
defence was much upset through his
ignorance of the chief's habit.
Throughout the day he had been trying to get before the jury the fact
that a man other than the prisoner
had openly threatened to burn down
thc  particular  house.
Each attempt to introduce, testimony which the rules of evidence
would not admit, was checked by a
prompt objection, sustained by the
court. But when the speech for the
defence was begun Lord Coleridpe
went off into his usual do/e, and the
counsel saw his opportunity,
"Gentlemen of the jury," said he,
"let me come to another and more
serious point. *We have heard from
the witnesses that a certain Bill
Smith had, prior to the lire, been
dismissed by thc prosecutor from his
service. Now, gentlemen, I can tell
you something—"
"But not about j_Ir. William Smith.
I'm afraid," came from thp bench,
in gentle tones which conveyed no
sense of irritation or annoyance.
Death  Itoll of tha Plague.
Over a million and a half people
in India have died of plague since tht.
disease first made its uppoarance iu
Bombay in 1895. In 1890 theie
were 1,700 deaths. The Mortality
increased to 50,000 in 1S97, to 118,-
000 in 1898, and to 135,000 in 1S99
The following yerr there was a big
drop the number of deaths going
down to 93,000, but the hope that
the end was in sight was quickly
dashed to the ground, the year 1901
seeing no less than 274,000 deaths,
while, tho toul rose in 1902 to th*
terrific figure of 577,000. Since ll.eii
matters have grow-n even worse, 1 ho
f.rst three months of the current yvaf
udding roughly another 300.000 to
the list of those who have perished
U'oii. tht- disease. The Prospector.
J. DUNLOP
MERCHANT
LILLOOET.
TELEGRAPHERS
NEEDED !
Anna dly, to fill the new positions created by
Railroad and Telegraph companies. We
-want YOUNG MEN and LADIES of good
habits, to   |_earrl  Telegraphy
AND     R. R. AOl.OUNTINO.
We furnish 75 por cent of the operators and
Station Agents in America, Our six schools
.are the largest exclusive Telegraph Schools in
THE WORLD. Established 20 years and
■endorsed by all leading Railway Officials.
We execute a $200 Bond to every student,
itO furnish hiiu or her n position paying from
.$40 to $'jo a month in Slates east of the
Koclcy Mountains, -or from $75 to ;$luo per
month in .States west of the Rockies, --
]M MEDIATELY    ON  UR ABU ATI 02.
Students can enter r.t any lime. No vacations. Foi fell particulars regarding any of
•uur schools, write -direct to our executive
office at Cincinnati, 0.    Catalogue free.
THE MORSE SCHOOL
OF TELEGRAPHY
Cincinnati, O.iio. Buffalo, N. Y.
Atlanta, Gn. LaOrosse, WU,
'T, xiii kimu, Tex.       fi.tn Francisco, (Jul.
_______
ft isn't
1 Fac*
B. C. GAME LAWS.
It Isn't
A KODAK!
ASK  FOR
OATALO O-U ~S
At   Smith   Bros'
Kamloops and Vernon
:boo~k: store
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Designs
tOopyftianTS Ac.
Anvone senrlina 11 ulifflvh slid description nin?
•qnlokly aacortuiii our opinion freo whether on
Invention 1b prnbnbly patentable. Ootnrmini.-n-
tioimstrlotjycoiulUeutlAL IlnndlR.ok on Patent.
jjiini. tiro, oldest ncencj' forBocurlni.patents.
l'ate.iils taken throuirh Jlinin & Co. receive
specialnotice, withoutchurco,.Uithe
Scientific JltiiericatL
A hnndsomoly illii«trnto(3 mi"el;lr. I,firmest ch--
culiilluii at nny srienttil- Journal. Terms, $3 n
yoari four montbs,$1. Sold by all news,! .ale™.
mmNN & C8~.301E«»dwa»-'Ne^
Branch Office. 'TO P St. Washington, _>. C,
BX STAGE.
mima Colombia express
Clinton and way  points,
MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY
ALL CARIBOO POINTS MONDAY
150-MILE MONDAY AND FRIDAY
ULLOOET   MONDAY AND FRIDAY
I8*     ; fa for       *
Cunimii.£,
Ge-ne-ral Store.,
Agent for the li. X.
Miners   Supplies,
&c.  Lillooet,'
Drop in
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IYTTON    «*TAfiF
Li. ti i; U•-i       nJ'iz--i%Jim_
Leaves Railway at Lylton at 7 a. m.
Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, Satuvtlayp
One hour at noon at Half-way Bouse
Reach Lillooet, 5 p. ra. Retiiiniiit: on
Cuesdaye, Wednesdays, Saturdays and
Sundays.   47 miles along tlie Fraser.
.Beautiful   Scenery.
P.
Special Trips   made.
Write to
RCBAGUATI   &   CO.
A. G. REBAGLIATI,
Si'' _ *•*■'
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Xj^TTTOJ-NT,
GENERAL MERCHANT.
DO NOT KILL AT ALL ANY
pheasant, quail, partridge, robin
gull, clmi.ffii.cli,English blackbird,
thrush, linnet, skylark, swan, or
birds that eat noxious insects,
[leaver, cow or calf of caribou
or moose, elk ov wapiti, fawn of
deer ; ewe or lamb of big-horn.
OPEN 1st SEPT.. to 1st MARCH
Ji uck, snipe, bittern, meadow
lark,  heron, plover.
SEPT.  OCT. NOV. DEC.
Kill grouse prairie chicken, and
ptarmigan.   Bulls of moose, elk,
■caribou, aud wapiti.
Rabbits.
SECT. 1st to DEC. 15ith.
Deer,   mountain goat,   or rani
of big-ho.ru.
Nov.  1st to March 31st, kike
land otter and .nnr.en.
BAG LIMIT
5 caribou, 5 deer, 2 elk or wapiti,   2 moose, 5 goat, 3 sheep.,
250 duck, 250 snipe, one season.
SELL ONLY
Duck, swipe, heron fu_d plover
between 1st September and Last
February.
Sell goa,'t, moose, big-horn, or
caribou, Oct Nov Dec.   Also hare
Buck deer, Sept. 1 to Nov. 15.
DO NOT AT ANY TIME
export game iu a raw state, or
EXCELSIOR HOTEL,  LILLOOET.
any part or portion of same,
except bear, marten and otter ;
and game killed on non-resident
licence. Do not take or kill any
game imported for acclimating.
Don't hunt deer with dogs, or
for the hide. Do not trap, net
or snare or take with gin, baited
line or drugged bait, etc, any
protected bird ;   or attempt it.
Do not take or try to take
..rout with explosives, lime, poi-
.soim, net, seine, drag or device
other than hook and line. In
lakes of 50 square miles, or over
we can use nets.
Do not use salmon eggs as bait,
■nor buy and sell heads of sheep,
elk, wapiti, moose, caribou, nor
I-elk-teefcl~.
I Do not ee.1 grouse, ptarmigan,
or prairie chicken ; or expose for
sale any game bird plucked, or
any deer, goat, sheep, moose, ellc
or wapiti, oa* caribou beheaded.
Kill no game irom one hour
•after sunset to one hour before
sunrise. Sunken pants, swivel-
guns and batteries are forbidden
for duck and geese.
Do not cold-store game, nor
export from the province, deer
or any portion.
Trout under six inches long are
protected.
H. McDonald, formerly teaching school at Ashcroft, hns been
paying a visit there. Ho could
mot stay back East, having once
been and seen B. C. and is going
to Enderby to resume teaching.
iy George Hurley.
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Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT,
LILLOOET.
E.F1YTIIIN.  for MIN
cDonald and McGillivray, Ltd,
Clinton B.C.
IMPORTERS OF
General   Merchandise.
Mr. Pugh writes from I.owen
•Island, to a friend here, that it
will be impossible for him to ba
with ns a.t I.iiiooet as usual,
on Sunday next. He purposes
visiting his many Indian charges
.who are now at Steveston.
Little Willie Harris is quite ill.
DORN, at Lillooet, on Aug. 0,
a son to Mrs. John I>. Arthur.
The following books of Mr. Brandon's
may be seen and purchased at the Proa*
pector office.*—
Elementary Grammar, 20
Teacher's Arithmetic, 50
Tales from Shake, pe.*, re, 23
Standard Canadian Sneaker &
Entertainer, Illustrated,    1.C0
Encyclopedia 5 large Vol- $iO~CJJ •The   Prospector,
OWL GREEK   HATCHERY.
Our Own Correspondent
The public will be glad to hear
that tlie Salmon and other lish
are coining' up the creek last and
that the mosquitoes have taken
unto themselves wings, and have
flown. Everyone is busy here,
expecting a big run. But it's always the Unexpected that happens ! —as we found tlie other
dav.    1 was in the   Hatchery.,
TJCE
Notice ir hereby given lhat, 60 clays  from
Notice k hereby given that  I shall  at  the  date, 1 shall npply to the Chief Coin'missioner
expiry of 60 days apply to the Chief Commis-1 0l   1-llm,s ;iml  Works for permission to pur-
sioner of Lands aiul Works for permission lo ' chnse 320 acres of mountain pasture  land, in I
purchase 640 ncres of land  couimei.icint* ai a , I.iiiooet. Dislricl, described ... follows* —
post   planted   al lhe south-east corner ol lai
applied for li)- Thomas McEwen ;— ihence
north S.) chains,   east   So   chains,   south   So
chains, west 80 chains to initial posi.
ANN BISHOP,  by her agent,
JOHN BISHOP.
Notice  is  hereby   givfll that Co days from
date I shall apply to the Chief Commissioner
, . , , .        of Lands and Works for   permission to pur-
xvorkina* on   tne troughs,   with   , , ,    ,   .    , ,
O " ts" 'i chase O40 acres   ul  pasture   land situated   as
Empire Valley.!
May 13th 1905/
NOTICE
some af the other men, —while
Drink water Wray and Morrison
were  engaged  in boating rocks
follows; commencing at a post one mile north
from the nurth-enst corner of Lot 220, Group
1, Lillooet District ; thence nonh £0 chains,
I thence east So chains, thence south So chains,
ihence wesl 80 chains to point of commence-
SAMUEL BISHOP.
across the creek,   strengthening ment.
. ■ Empire Valley, "I
the weir.    Above the roar 01 the June 2nd, 1905 /
creek, which is now at high water	
ihe splashing ot" salmon   could j "ISTOTTC1 'F-
be distinctly  heard, but we were I    v ,.    .   ,    . ... ,-    , „ ,,.„„,
•' ' Notice is hereby given that  00  days  Irom
all of us frightfully startled by u d»te J *ha" W'y to the Chief Commissioner
j of   Lands and   Works   to purchase 640 acres
terrific  Splash,    that   raised   till) Lf pasture land, commencing nt the north-east
.-reek  several   feet,    and   a   poaJc^ner of lot 225, group !. Lillooet District j
thence norlh So chains, thence east cS.. chains,
like a,  boiler  explosion    with    a.  thence south 80 chains, thence wesl 3o chains
I to point o| commencement,
..team syren accompaniment.      Elll),ire Vaiiey,)   ANTHOKY bishop.
We nil   rushed  out  to see the June 2nd 1'p"1
cause of this  awful  disaster,	
It was  Drinkwater  Wray fallen NOTICE
, Notice is hereby given  ihnt 60 davs from
into  the creek.
date, I shall apply to the ' hief Commissioner
It  appears    that     Drinkwatei'0fi#anfis and Works to purchase 40 acres of
was  rowing   tiie boat  and  Mor-j'and situated at the mouth of Chum  creek
uprin the south side.
1'ison was sitting iu the stern,
the creek raging furiously. The
rower was putting all his weight
against the current, when crack !
Dog Creek, H. Ci
July 7th, 1900. j
Wil WRIC-HT
NOTICE
... r
Went One oar,—and Drinkwater I N-,.lice thereby uiven (hat Co dnys from
Weill:   head   over   heels   illtO   L|)e  <l«tel shall apply to the Giief Commissionei
1 of Lands nnd Works io pmchase 640 acre-
foaming'  creek.      Unfortunately,   oi pasture land situated n_ follows* eommenc-
i ing at a. post about one mile northward of the
as he went, one ot  his  No.   13 s j northwett cnr„,r„f Lo, 3„ Group 1 Lillooel
caught poor  .Morrison,  ami   be-  district; ihence east 80 chains, thence south
1 SoehainS, thence West So chains, thence north
lore he knew anything about it, 80chains
, , ,   ,   .    •    ! Empire Valley,   B. "C. 1
lie   too   was  plunging  ahout  in | I       T.E.FRENCH
. June 13th, 1905,     j
the u-y waters.
'•Hold to tlie boat," shouted;
Wray  in a. voice of thunder,    " 1
will tow you to the shore,"  and
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I  shall  at  lhc
• expiry of 60 days apply 10 the Chief Commis-
taking hold of   Morrison's   I row-1 *'"»^' "*' Lands and Works fur permission to
purchase eighty acres of land. -
sets   by   the    teeth,    J)rinkwaler |    Commencing nt a -iosi al S, E. Corner of
Hiicceeded in swimming* safely to m>'lot6a* 'hence west»im.eioi «a, ^chains
i thence south abnic; lot 63, *o chains,  thence
shore, Saving Morrison, tlie boat  east 40 chains, ihence north 20 chains to the
point of commencement,
and   the  load  ol   rock. 1'avilion Mountain,] M. GlLI.EN.
When Drinkwater landed, he -|uly4lh' ,9°5, '
was a sight. In stentorian voice
be immediately began lo explain
(he. disaster, frequently interrupted by the spouting of water,
from his throat, ears, eyes, and
boots. Poor IMnkWater had
drunk water, and drunken water
Hiioug'h to la»t thy rest oi his
time here,
Commencing at a post, immediately east
of the Lillooei-Alexnndrin  waggon i.nd, on
l!i:- norlh line of Lot 62, Group I, Pavilion
Mounlnill j ihence cnsl So chains: norlh 40
chains I west tlo chains; soul li 40 chains to
initial slake,
RICHARD HOEY.
Lillooet, July 17, 1905.
NOTIGE
N'otice is hereby given that, 60 days from
date, 1 intend 10 apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works I'or permission to
purchase 3*0 acres of mountain pasture Land
in Lillooel District,  described as follows!
Commencing at a post at the S. E. cornel
of land applied for 10 purchase by Richard
Hoey, on 1'avilion Mountain, thence east 80
chains; north 40 chains, ; west 80 chains;
..ouih .;o chdns to initial stake.
RICHARD HOEY,  Junior.
Lillooet, 17th July, 1905.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thai Oo days bom
date I shall apply 10 thc Chief Commissioner
of Lands and. Works lo purchase 480 acres
of pasture land situated as follows : commencing at the Northwest corner of Lot 4C4. ("•. 1
Lillooet District,— ihence west 60 chains,
thenrc south Go chains, thence east <;o chains,
thence north 8.) chains to point uf commencement.
Empire Valley, 15, CI
V JOHN McLEAN.
June 271I1, 1901;.     I
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given lhat 60 days from
dale I shall apply lo tiie Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works 10 purchase 400 acres
of pasture Ihndsituated .'..- follows; commencing al the southwest cornei of John McEwen's
application on the south side of Churn creek;
thence east do chain.-,, thence south 60 chains, j
cue-, wesl 80 chains, thence noun 40 chains
tin ne- east 40 chains, thence north 20 chains
10 point of commencement.
Empire Valley AUSTIN   HALL
I une 27, 1905.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thai 60 days from
date I shall apply io lhe Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works to purchase So ncres
of pasture land situated as follows; commencing at the southwest cornerof Alex. McEwen's
application on south side of Churn creek; —
ihence east .'o chains, thence south 20 chains
thence west 40 chains, ihence n< rill So chains
ihence east -o chains to pvint of commence- ;
ment.
Empire Valley, li. C.        JOHN PAYNE
[une 27th, 190a.
NOTSCE.
Notice is hereby given that sixty days from
date, I shall apply to lhe Chief Commissioner
of Lands am! Works 10 purchase 640 acres
nf pasture land shunted as follows) commencing at a posi planted about one mile northward of the north-west corner of lot 311.
Group 1. Lillooet District) thence north 80
chniivi, thence west So chains, thence south 80
chain', thence easl 8 ■ chains.
Empire Valley, B, CV,
I     June 131I1.  1905,     J
" COCK O' THE WOODS."
.mother Attempt   U-iinsr   JTudo   to Intro-
.'uea tli*  <.vtpwrteA\'r/,t_.
An effort is being mado to stock
Ontario forests with capercailzies,
the famous game bird cf northern
Europe. Under the direction of Sir.
Thomas Gibson, Director of Provincial Parks, SO birds have been imported from Norway and wero recently released in Algonquin Park. The
greatest care wus taken with tbo
shipment, and the birds were in good
shape when  released.
They cost SS each In Sweden, antl
the cost of transportation was no
small amount. A spocial commissioner was sent to New York totmeot
them, and take tbem to their new
home.
'lhe capercailzie is a large, glossy,
hlack grouse, and as it thrives in all
the pine forests of Northern Europe,
it is thought that it should gpt
along in Ontario. It oecamu extinct.
in (Scotland and Ireland during t.jro
eighteenth century, and has been
reintroduced to the Highlands by
mothods similar to those now adopted by the Ontario Government. Tho
bird is familiarly known as "Cock o'
the Woods."
An effort was formerly made by Mr.
Gibson and three were imported.
They were placed in Rondeau Park on
Laiio Eric and the weather turned
very warm. To make them moro
comfortable their keeper moved them
to a shady, cool placo, and next,
morning found their throats had
been cut by a weasal.
It. is hoped this trial will bnvo
better luck. Itr. Gibson, wbo Is still
in Northern Ontario, saw them released, and says that most, of tbem
rose straight no and went off to tho
wilderness. Others were moro affected by the two weeks' confinement,
but after hobbling around for a few
minutes they, too, took to the
woods.
Governor of Western Austral.it.
The London Star says that A-dnii*--
al Sir Fredoiick Bedford, OXi.x
Whom tbe King, in pursuance of Uo
up|.-;ireiii ly set i led policy of having
military and naval Governors for tbo
constituent colonies of tho Commonwealth, has appointed to be Gover-
no:- of Western Australia, entered tbo
naval service in July, 1852, and na
a youngster was pr.sent at several
of the opeiations in tho Black Sea
and the P>nl ic during the war with
Rus i.i in 1854-5, As a commander
he served i.i thc Serapi.5, when it
c- ri.'d the King, when Prince of
Wu! s, on his memorable visit to
India. As Flag Captain on tho
Mi i'n, on the Paciiic station, be
took that vessel Into action with the
rormiin ironclad Huascar off YIo in
May, 1S77. In 1884, when in command of the Monarch, he reccdvpd the
.nocinl thanks of tho Admiralty for
Iii efforts to organize the Uo:illa on
rho Nile for the relief oi General Gordon. For the Benin expedition he re-
foived the K.C.B., and the Grand
(' ross of the Bath followed among
tlie coronation honors.
ROBT. FRENCH
lrWd$$&' *
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LfT,_» ■ ■   ■ i, i
Pag'3 Wovj.nVi/irc. _PN~mce       '       .-- •-*"''' "■.'.
with lis continuous coll (not crimped)la tho ■ -^y-*t3-r •' • .rtK:.i;i
beat stock-holiliiiK feiien madn.    Pago No. Ji-y ■.",>'. 'K uSfc/j,
7 wli'o,*uncliai.,uiiiipoundR,Rtraln—enmmiin -ji ,,'i-i..-, ' \'.\ f._7r/
Nn. 7 v ire onlv ! ,701 pound-;. Com mnn wlro aH - \\ ',;■ \ ;^,*> .
will not ei.ll—il stvalirhtoiw out'i/jnln—It .'■>'; -j.yy   s_&
ha-n'i. it spring tompev- !'".','« wlro lias. Rfysj*?      &XJil
Vl_o Fair Wtfl r-iice Oo , Limitod, Q    iy      <^*.-*- .' I
Wnncerville. ftnt. flKa?     .- e_t&
Montreal, P.Q., a'ad St. Join, »,«,     11 Wfc*-, ^ ■*
M^^^ i i   I, i ■ - ,J *
lalkins About Canndn.
"^Tien I first came to the Senate,"
'•aid Senator Cullom to those lunching at the same table in thc Senate,
restaurant the other day, "I had
great ideas about a greater United
States. Vy eyes wero not turned
southward, where everybody seyiis to
I.e'Fo'ing nowadays, but northward:
r was 1 imt as sure as sure that teforo
this time we should have gobbled up
Canada, f did not think that wo wero
!;oing up there, and make a conquest
of tbe country, but I could not sco
nny chni ce of its getting away from
is Wh"., when I was ele'ted tbe
ii-cord lime, and went out to Illinois
to make my bow to the Legislature,
my lit.'le s; eo h was filled with the
annexation of Canada Since that
time, I have watched Canada slip-
jiuu; farther and farther away f.tott)
us, until now it takes a brave man
even to suggest that -some da.y tho
Stars audi Stripes may float beyond
our northern boundary. I hnve of?
ten wonder* d if any of the members
.if that legislature remember my
speech. If they do, they must think
that I am a mighty bad prophet "
"*Y*eB," S-Id Senator Burrows--, wbo
hnd lister ed as befitted a mnn su
inveh Mr. Outturn's junior, "ynu
Could not, pry Canada away from
.Lvut BiitMn row with a ji__j___y.."—

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