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Vol. 7, No. 35.
LILLOOET,   B. C.   AUG. 24,   '05.
Dollar a Year.
POLICE COURT.
Hy. Brown pleaded guilty
of Common Assault on M.
Gillen, by shipping* and shoving him bacK in his chair.
'The hearing was on Friday
last before Mr. Phair. The
defendant asiced. for an adjournment from 10 to 2 p.m.
which was granted, as he said
lie had sent Alec Brown for
two witnesses from Empire
Valley, Andrew and Joseph
Brown, but tbey did not appear. Ue was given a fine
wlrfch with ;$50 for Clinton
•constable costs, would total
$(.8.25, but Brown took tlie
alternative, and went to gaol
for GO days.
It seems that he was working for (he aggrieved old
man and a, matter of $1.25
was in dispute. Brown and
im lndiau named Many ate
breakfast at Cillen's on the
morning of August 8, and
the old * t~.is.Ej accused Brown
of persuading other men to
quit -work, and became so
abusive it aggravated Brown
into hiyiijg hands on him.
Constable Minty took the
prisoner to Kamloops last
■Saturday, returning Mondav,
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A. G. IlEBAGLIATI,
XiYTTOIST,
GENERAL MERCHANT.
Everv man ow.es it to himself and his
family to master a trade or profession.
Rend the display advertisement of the
tix Morse Schools of Telegraphy, in this
issue and learn how easily a young man
•or htily may \fiiiffi ,t,c,le£iapby and be as-
*ui,~_(J a position.
AUGUST,
MON TOE WED Tli UR FRI SAT SUN
12    3   4 5 6
7    8  9   10  11 12 13
14  15  16  17  18 19 20
21  22  23  21  25 26 27
28  29  30
CLARKE  &.   CO,
CIIEM1SIS   AND   DLIUGGISTS,
LILLOOET,      -     -     IB.  C.
Special Attention to Filling
Trusses and Spectacle.*.
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SIDNEY WILLIAMS,
3?3ao*vi~~NCi~~~.ii
2_jJ_.2sT2D STJEVBYOE,
QUESNELLE, B. C.
I miike ii trip througli  Lillooet District
every summer.
NOTICE
Noiice is hereby given that 6o days from
date 1 shall apply to lhe Chief Commissioner
of bands and Works to purchase 240 ncres
of pasture land, situated on 1'avilion Mountain, Lillooet Distiict. Commencing at the
Nurth East corner of Ln: 20, Croup 1, thence
south 40 chains to the Norlh West corner of
Lot 21, ihence east 40 chains, ihence north
60 chains to the south boundary of Lot 652.
Pavilion Mt, II. C.
Aug. 5th, 1900. FRED. J. CAI.SOX.
J. Dunlop, - T -lionet.IS
Gt__E\2_T_E}_Kj_AJ:
r)EJLXi_Hij^ r±T;
niNERS' SUPPLIES,
Furs, Baskets, &   Curios.
AGENT for ML J. HENRY'S
Home-grown or Imported
NURSERY STOCK.
School is open,
Take vour places,
Afc (Ik.  ri.if_.tng
Of Lhe bdl ;
Joyful hearts
And smiling faces,
Take your books
And sltiily well.
The trustees are deairous that
parents should    realize (lie advantage and  iiet.es_.ily of complying witli  Uie law   in having
children go to school,  who have
not passed examinations,  unless
Ihey have a tutor.
The law is that every child from
the age of seven  to  twelve, in-
jlchisive, shall a! lend some school
or he otherwise educated, for six
months ill every year.
Tiie Following are to he considered reasonable excuses ;—
1. That the child is under instruction in some other satisfactory milliner.
2. That the child has been prevented from at tending school by
sickness, or any other unavoidable cause.
8. That there is no public
school open which tlie child can
attend, within a distance not, exceeding three miles, measured according to the nearest passable
rojul, from the resilience of such
child.
4. That such child has reached a standard of education of
the same or of a greater degree
than that to be attained in such
public school.
NOTICE
IN TIIE SUPREME COURT
OF   BRITISH   COLU.U! IA.
In ihe matter of the 'Winding Up Act"
and
Li the matter of The Iona-Lillooet
(iold Mi, i g Company, L mind.
By an Ord.r made by His Lirdsllip,
Mr. Justice Duff, in lhe ahove matter,
dated the 10 h day of August, 1903, on
t e pe'i-ion of Ciarles T. Hancock of
Vancouver, B. 0,, it was ordered that
The Iowa-Lillooet Gold Mining Company
Limited, he Wuund up by tliis Court under the Provisions of 1 he "Wilding Up
Act," and amending Acts, atid that
Cuarlis T, Hancock, presently of tho
city of Vancouver, iu tlie Province cf
13riii.li Columbia, E .quire, be appointed Provisional Liquidator of the
Company to have the carriage aiul pro-
stcution of the older until appointment
of an official liquidator.
And by a further order made hy His
L.rdship Mr. Ju.-tice Duff dated ihel7.h
d.u ol AugUSI, 1905, it was ordered that
Thursday ihe 31st day of August, 1905,
al tlie Couit House,Vancouver, B. C. at
10 30 u'c.ock in tlie forenoon, or so soon
ilie.(.after as counsel can be beard, be
lixtdasthe .hue and place for the appointment of au Official Liquidator for
the above named Company.
Dated at Vancouver, B. C. this 17.li
day of August, A. D. 1905.
RESELL & RUSSELL.
Solicitors for
Provisional Liquidator.
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LYTTON   STAGE.
Leaves Railway at Lytton at 7 a. in.
Monday., Tuetdayp, Fridays, Saturdays
One hour at noon at Half-way House
Reach Lillooet 5 p. m. Returning on
rue-days, Wednesdays, Saturdays and
Sundays.   4; miles along the Fiaser.
Beautiful   Scenery.
Special Trips   made.
Write to
P.    REBAGLIATI   &   P0_ The   Prospector.
The PROSPECTOR/
WEEKLY.
Advertising Kails low as possible,
11.AS1S   OK  ;,0 CENTS   1*EK SQUARE INCH,
vi'.n Month. Landor Mining NoTicfes
OO   DAYS   $.( 6oi)A\S   $6.
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Did yon ever know Unit a butterfly can boss a bumble-bee, or
a liuinining-bird, either. I saw a
butterfly flutter by, und alight
• in the sun dial, near a big red
clover head, where sat a bumble
bee, busy. Coming humming, a
wiry wee bird whizzed up and sez
I'll put my bill
In your honey till.
j
That bee bust out a-bnzzing,— j
I'll stick my sting
Beneath yonr wing.
The noise of them sounded like
ieBonaid and icGillivray,. Ltd.
Clinton  B. C.
IMPORTERS OF
General   Merchandise.
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LOCAL
Mr. I.elond of 17-Mile and
sister,  accompanied by Miss
a rattle-snake. The butterfly sed | Walker of Cache Creek, paid
[I'll make a bluff,] | a vigit to i,ii]ooet Sunday.
Euiiff!   Enuff!
Two fluffs of his Wide wings,—
bee and bird both bolted, and he
sat ."ileatly on the red top.
It was two to one,   by the sundial.
The grudge iu grubbing awav
Sandy Duguid   contracted
a felon of such a malignant
type,   it was considered  ad-
! visable to send   him   to tlie
Hospital.      Mr. Geo.  brown
JUMPING.
j One of tt'.* Toronti  Glebe's Bet't Sport'ii
An..-ies.
: This form of sport, while not so
! attractive to the sfej'ttttqi* a.s r.oi-
I ning, is tieverthe ess a .ery iinpoit-
ant ee.it on o.ery dih-.tc "pi.o-
graui, whether at tho big national
chami ion~.~_l*.~i or the small countiy
fairs.
Then* is no doubt that jum; ing
would bo mom popular than it ii
ii' provision wine mnde so thatoe v
spe.tator could get a good \icw o.
the contestants, hut, as a lire, t'ie u
is always a great number of oili-iuls
and hniigoi'S-on standing around, th s
spoi ing any chance of se ing- tho
spoil, tTiitii this is reined.o.l 1 don t
think it will ever amount to mi c^i as
a (1 awing card ,at any meet.
To he a good _umj.<v lo.-uir a a
I lot of hard work and a certain
amount of ent-lil e spring. Not one
out of ten who go in for ium i g
make anything like a success o t of
it for the reason that it is _o hard
and violent an exorcise- I-et nny person go out sune evening and try
the running broad jump sevir.l
times. They will find next day I e
aie ucre in every jclnt and no do ., i
would not try it ago! i f'c* any
amount. An ajhlete who follows
jumping must keep continually in
training, for if he does n< t he will
(ind he cannot do as good \vcr_' when
it comes to a contest.
The events generally on a pro-
.        ,, , ,, , . . , ,    | gram   are the running   broad   jump,
Annualy, to fill the new positions created by standing jump, running high, stand-
Railroad and Telegraph companies. We ing high and hop, step and .lump,
want VOUNG MEN and LADIES of good
habits, to   L8arn  Telegraphy
Paul Santini
GENERAL MER* HAN'T,
LILLOOET.
EVERYTHING for MINER!
TILEGfcM»MP' r
NEEDED!
AND     R. R. AOCOUN 1'ING.
the last one, I tl ink, being the hai d-
est to get proficient at.
Of cou s.i it  is necessary    to ha e
ti. good pair of jumping shoe-,
accompanied him to tlie city.
nt a river bar, which it is stack-; Caspar L'hair, Esq. is coming* up at the tail of it. 24 hours'- meucing his task of assessing,
or 8 shifts, are required to tror which includes a five-weeks
verse the width of it.    A man tour of the upper country.
says the California dredges donit Mining Export Rutherford
know euoiiKl.  to turn around ;- -^ & companion> who were
that they could learn much from
the handling' as well as the construction of the Iowa-Lillooet.
looking into the Anderson
Laice Mining property, left
on Saturday, after visiting*
75.000 fish, estimated, at the McGillivray mountain, and
Hatchery now. Jimmy Ron hot- securing samples of ore
torn figures so many thousand T1)e new school-ma'am ha~
eggs to each, and so many mil- commenced operations. Mr.
lion salmon in four years, count- Gibbs was on decic Monday
ing* his chickens before they areLorlling ail(j gave the boys
HPawnedH««b like ...prospector. L, admonitory address, and
Inspector babcoek arrived at tl.e the gh.|y a complimentary, <!.
liatchery Saturday last. There
are 17 men at work. All thel
buildings have beeu treated to a,
coat of white paint, glowing on
approach, like a town among
t.he trees and  many  waters.
Wc furnish 75 percent of the operators and j oak tan soles fitted with Ptoel sj i e ,
Station Agents in America.     Out* six schools I *'x  in  fl'ollt  und  two  keHxrd.     Th.y
.,    1 1 -p 1 1 _■ t.   1  •    .should  be made of calfskin and   1 ice
are the largest exclusive I ele_.ranh.Sch.10 s 111 \.     .,      . c
0 ' \ I to the toes.
Till. WOKU).    Established 20 }>pai's and       rn p,aeti.sing fer the _*t*.n.i:.g jump
endorsed hy all lendin;; Railway O .icwls.
We execute a $260 Ilond -• .very student,
to furnish hitn or her a position paying from
$40 to $5o a month  in  States  east  of the
Rocky Mountains, or from $75 to $100 per j You     can     gradually   dc.ra'c    t'
month in States west of the Rockies,— Weights till you    can jump    r.itl'oi
IMMEDIATELY    ON  GRADUATION U'leni   altogether.       Jn- maPihg    f
it is u good id-, a to use wi.-igl.td at
first, say, about live pounds ea'h,
toe tne mark and swlnp- the hri s
several times, throwing t'ie \v< *, ' t<
j behind you as you l.a\e the    1 ar'*.
Students can enter at any time.    No  vaca- I
jump bring tha kno-rs well up towi-t-J
,,        . ; the chiii and do not  drop    them til
tions.    Foi full particulars regarding any ol    yo„ lmve to>        In tnis 11]n„m,,.    vou
our   schools, write direct   to our executive   cover rrio-e ground.  Ten    fe't    is   a
office at Cincinnati, 0.   Catalogue free.        i good jump.   'Also try pud 1 ring 1 oth
-rutr    iJADCr     orMJAAl        heels together;    If ore i.s six    inches
Int.    MUnbL    bUriUUL   | ahead the judge is sure to .mark the
back one.
-OF TELEGRAPHY
Cincinnati, 0 .io. Buffalo, N. Y.
Atlanta, Ga. LaCrosse, Wis
T.xaikumi, Tex.       San Francisco, Cal.
Lake Creek lower bridge Is being renewed liy a, force of men
including the sawmill men who
have cut the necessary timbers.
K. Santini is doing the hauling,
and Mr. Bell does the hollering,
if there is any,
complementary word or two.
Mrs. Martley sprained her
wrist seriously, and is quite
at a loss from enforced idleness.
The ruriilng brotvd and lmps'ep require that th.- at'Tete no Ws somo
sprinting abil'ty, as it is necessary
to run a s'lort way to g( t a good
send-oll.       There is no re ulgr mrrl.
 for   this   event,   the     judge    m rely
I marking from who o you sten oil.
¥¥¥#^¥^¥^¥*l.¥^ !     The standing high and runiiinj hiirh
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 _^______^____ 1 oa,e no regular method to go hv, as
  "™~■"■^^™•——-*——• j any   wav   ^0  gft  OV0T  ^n(J  ],   ,.  -vvjt'-ollt
TTA'Krr'rtTTVP'R    *R    f knocking it    off count.;, nnd I    hai »
VAJHl.OUV~~.K, B. O. 8een   ji]rnpet.s   licht on their   h|,110
is  the  western metropolis of  Canada I an<* Kjf],s     On Ihe whole, jum* i**<*- i■*,
end R hird game and requiroi -a    let of
THE NEWS-ADVERTISER    | pluck    and    eMdu'nn<e.-Wm.  Tevii-.a.
Is the newspaper that you should read   St. Thomas, in The Globe.
if  you   want  to  keep  abreast  of  the ' j—
times.
Subscription     price,    Daily,      $5.00; WpYVS-ADV FRTI Sl'F?
Weekly, $1.00 a year.   Send us 25c for nu * v    »«-"-»v»
Lhe Daily for a month and see for your- RELIABLE  COAST WEEKLY
self   what   we   are.
P. O. Box 812. Vancouver. B. C. Will  COST
vith  the PROSPECTOR,
I 50 a YEAR     AS I   WITH OliDKR
A lad}* expert in Lillooel i
has a cherry tree with fin< |
apples on it, and at the parsonage is a plum tree which
produced a pair,
Evening service, Methodis
Church, next Sunday.
EXCELSIOR HOTEL,   LILLOOET.
By George Hurley.
JL ~JU       It isn't
AN EASTMAN
It Isn't
\ KODAK !
ASK  FOR
CATALOGUE
At   Smith   Bros'
Kamloops and Vernon
BOOK. STO IR. IE The Prospector,
Fqunr« Dealing Fays.
Here is a little sermon on honesty
that Canadians who produce for export should take well to heart. "Dishonesty on the part of the American
choesemaker," says an agricultural
newspaper* published in Iowa, "destroyed his English market for his
product, and pjave to his shrewder
.and more honest Canadian competitor a market worth millions ol" dollars a year. It pays in the long run
to bo honest."
Having, according to this, gained a
market worth millions by honesty, ii.
should not be ncce~sary to remind
Canadians who export cheese, butter,
fruit, end other products thnt "it
pays in the long run to be hornet."
But such reminders aro necessary.
The Canadian trade agents abrond
nre sending home warnings asain.it
sharp practices in packing goods for
export. Tho Government has found
it nccessn*-" to guard the outlet, to
prevent, improperly packed and dishonestly rrraded goods from gettine
•jtway to foreicn parts. It seems that
the individual producer often takes
■no interest in the foreign marVe.t,
nnd that the small dealer is often
•equnllv deficient in a tense of responsibility, so thnt every.hintr depends
on the man who actually does tho
-cxportinrr. The Government by vari-
•ous newly-devised regulations seeks
'lo enforce honesty where it does not
exist, and the importance of this
cernot be overestimated. But thd
individual producer should bear m
mind that when iho products of a
country get a stood reputation in tho
ivorld's markets it means prosperity
for the producing classes. t
v *SO~_.AR PHYSICS.
B. A. stupart, F.U.S.C, Observatory Chief,
on Mmmn _Mtt<.erologtaal am) Astrono-
■nii'iil—Troilo.v Sjsun. Troubles.
At the Canadian institute rooms in
"Toronto on a recent Saturday nic.ht,
an ad.Ire s was read by K. A. fcstii-
part, F.H'.S.C, on astronomical mat-
iteis, Mr. Stupart, saiii the woi Id
was awa! i ig to the importance of solar ph.Vsits, moteorologj'i siismo-
j-raphy •id terrestrial magnetism.
Much good won. had been dono by
the Toronto Observatory. nnd he
was glad to sny that Canadians generally were begiuning to appreciate
it.
The lecturer traced briefly the rise
and growth of meteorological and
niagncuic science, and staled that tub
I'iiiis*! Association in 1884 ordered
.a magnetic survey to be marie of the
principal lane's of the two hem's-
jheics. in 1837 a reportSwas published, and in 1838 an expedition,
*.u:*tly subsidized by Queen Victoria,
was organized under Sir John Ross
and sailed for the Antarctic on a
voyage of discovery and magnetic investigation,
Canada and Van Diemen's Land
were selected as being nearest the
magnetic poles, and St. Helena, because it was in the sphere of l.t st
magnetic disturbance, and in these
three places observatories were ordered to be eie::ted.
Toronto was chosen as the most
t-iiital.lt. point in Canada, and King's
College granted a site. In September, 1840, the first magnets weie
suspended in a wooden structure, and
from then until 1S92 constant and
careful observations of diurnal
changes in magnetic declination and
dip were made, but in 18.)__ the magnets were ruined, as were those of
other observatories in Potsdam,
■Greenwich, Kow and Washington by
t.he advent of the troll*.}' cur, the el-
■ctro-maguetic force utilized ~*<"*»ig so
strong as to set up local attractions
which destroyed the influence of earth
magnetism.
Prof Stupart then dealt with
light, noting that light exerts pressure, as is proved by the radiometer.
Uo gave a lengthy and lucid description o' the Aurora Boreal is, and e.x-
rl.*ini.'u it according to the theory of
primordial matter, with which ' Pr.
Osborne Reynolds of Owen's Cortege,
Manchester lately startled the scientific world.
Next Mr. Stupart touched on the
supetheated steam theory of soismic.
aind volcanic disturbance, referring,
of course, to Tclee.
The rrd spot on Jupiter, the Nova
To s *i and tho desirability of increased nombershlp of tho society
<e~eh had a place in the professor's
•rt-murks,
C A PHAIR
General   Merchant
Outfits and  Guides Furnished to Hunting Parties!
Groceries,   Hardware,    Photo  Supplies,
Dry Goods, Drugs,   Etc.
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_E3~TTISTTZEIRyS   <Sc   GUIDES,
Our   terms  are   equitable.
We have ti cbuipl-ato outfit.
Blenheim,
We give you a guarantee.
LILLOOET,
April, '05
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HENRY'S    NURSERIES.
EXTRA LARGE STOCK OF
s:o-~m:ei   GhZR,ow~isr
FllUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TltEES, FOR FALL
PLANTING. LARGE STOCK: OF HOME GROWN
AND  IMPORTED BULBS.
SHRUBS, ROSES, RHODODENDRONS, SMALL FRUIT, GREENHOUSE AND
HARDY FLOWERING PLANTS. GARDEN, FIELD,
AND FLOWER SEEDS IN SEASON. CUT FLOWERS
AND DESIGNS FOR BALLS, WEDDINGS, 1 TH'ROII
DECORATION*. AND FUNERALS. FERTILIZERS
AND BEE SUPPLIES.   g&~    CATALOGUE FREE.
I have appointed   Mr.   John   Dunlop,
to accept Local Orders.
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3010  WESTMINSTER   KOAD,
YAITOOUYEB, IB. O.
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witli its continuous coll<not Crimped) la the
bast i-tock-holclinK iVr.-c made. Pm^o No.
7 wiro stand* 11,ibOOponnil-'strain—conitnon
No, 7 wlro only 1,701 pounds. Common wire
will not coil—It straightens out again—It
hasn't iv sprint, toinpor —-.Page  wire has.
The _?a_re Wm Fince C~ ■ I/mited,
Wal'.orvlll,-., Ont.
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Cariboo County Court will bu
held afc Clinton on Tuesday, 19th
September.
E. Bell of Clinton, on behalf
of the 1'aviliou l.aud of Indians
lias recorded 100 inches of wuter
of tl small stream running* into
a lake near Marble Canyon, and
50 inches from a small stream
south of reserve No. 3, on the
mountain.
Mr. I'ug'li lias been up at the
scene of the terrible slide near
Spence's Bridge, assisting with
hlirial  and  oilier relief   work.
Old Chiel Lilloeb was among
the dead, having- recently come
to the doomed village on a. visit.
He was very old, probably born
aliout 1815.
Mrs. Wm. Boyd of 70 Mile, a
first cousin of Postmistress Kgan
has been bereaved of her husband, who died in Vancouver recent I v.
50  YEARSr
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
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t, The  Prospector.
pi-ii
MAY.
Punch's Curtoonist   la  Very   Friendly
lhc  Lout.on "torce."
r_oi!CE
Jelly 71I1. igo5.  j
In an appreciative sketch of Mi*.
Phil "May, the famous cartoonist and
humorist artist, .M.A.I', tells the following:—Mr, May s friendliness with
-'the force" is 01 old standing,   unci j ,    . .
theie is hardly a policeman in his | upon the south side
district who does not think of him j Dog Creek, B. OA
whenever any very funny expeiience
is encountered. Only the otl or day
u constable accosted the artist in
the street 10 till him a "good story
I'or Punch." A moment or two later
a second bobby eame on the scene for
the same purpose, and, turning- round
a corner in Wt. Johns Wood, Mr.
May found himseli supported on
either .side by an eager raconteur in
blue. Ho then came faee to face with
a lady of his acquaintance, a;ai, as
he tells it himself: "She looked at
me with such sympathy unci an expression that so plainly said,   'Don't
Notice is hereby given  iluit 60 dnys from
date, I sliall ripply to the Chief-Commissioner
of Lands and Works to purchase 40 acres of
land situated at the  mouth of Claim  creek
1.
Wil WRIGHT
make a f.iss,  better go quietly   with
Nolice is hereby ijiven ihat 60 days trow
date I sliall apply lo the Chief Comrnissipliei
of Lands and Works 10 pmchase Cijo ncres
uf pastuie land situated as follows; commencing at a p ist about one mile northward of the
northwest cornerof Lot 311 Group 1 LilWoet
District ; thence easl So chains, ("hence south
So chains, tlience west 80 chains, thence norlh
them,' that even the bobbies had   lo |8ochains
smile at the situation!"
The " Uotr.vville" D--a-.vlii._r~.
The serias of "Dottyville" drawings in Punch is well known to Mr
May's artist, friends, one cf whom
brought him a letter from an inmate
of 13 an well Asylum, which said: "1
greatly resent those sketches. You
apparently do not understand your
subject, for you Imve drawn tho head
01* an idiot and labelled it a lunatic.'
You ought to know the difference,
but you don't—and I am not surprised, for, although 1 have never \
s_oa you, 1 am very familiar with
pictures of you, and in all drawings
Empire Valley,  B, C."l
June 13th, 1905.     J
T. E. FRENCH
NOTICE
Notice ir hereby given that, 60 days from
date, 1 sliall apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to purchase 320 acres of mountain pasture land, in
Lillooel District, described as follows;—
Commencing nl a post, immediately cast
of ihe  Lillooel-Alexandiia  waggon read, on
NOTICE
Notice is hefehy given that f shall, at the
expiry of 60 days, apply to lhe Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission
to purchase ihe following described land, situated in Lillppet District, adjacent to Marble
Canyon Lake : commencing at the north-west
comer post , thence east 80 chains; south 4,1
chain:-; west 80 chains ; north 40 chains to
point of con1111cncetn.nl.
OORNELIfcJ.S O'lIALI.OKAX.
Pavilion H. (.*., !
Jin- 241b,  i9.__s,|'
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given ihal Co days from
dale 1 shall apuly in the Chief Commissioner
■of Lands and W.nk.s to purchase 4S0 acres
of pasture land situated as follows : commencing n't the Nortliwesl corner of Lot 464, G. 1
Lillooet District,— thence west 60 chains,
ihence south 80 chains, thence east 60 chains,
tlience north So chains to point ef commencement.
Empire Valley, 11. CM
June 271I1, 1905.
JOHN McLEAN.
r.nd photographs 1  ha.e noted   that   ihe north line of Lot 62,  Group  1,  1'avilion
yours is the head of an idiot." Mr.
May records against himself the fact
that, having proceeded thus far with
thc letter, a li. toning friend who did
not mean to be uncomplimentaiy
b.oke in: "Ch, thc man Who wrott
that letter was no lunatic," a remark that naturally upset tlie gravity o: tho party and covered the
speaker with confusion,
Mountain* thence east  So   chains:  north 40
chains:  \
initial sta
Lillooet,
st   So chains:   south 40 chains to
RICHARD  HOEY.
1905.
NOTICE
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 60 days from
dale i shall apply to t'ie Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works to purchase 410 acres
of pasture land situated as follows; co . meucing ;.t the southwest corper of John McEwen's
application oil the s mtli side of Churn creek;
ihence cast 40 chains, thence south 6a chains,
llni',c~ west Si chains, thence north 40 chains
thence east 40 chains, ihence norlh 20 chains
to poini of commencement.
Empire Valley AUSTIN   HALL
June 27, 1905.
NOTICE.
UTILIZING WAS I i-   FOR FUEL.
These Conl Famine Times Should Encourage the I s6 uf Bviqut ties.
Among- the several branches of German industry which doierve attention
because of their  economy,   their    re
vovery  or    utilization of some    raw
material which exists '..mused, or be
cause they involve    the most int.lli
gent, application   of sdontiiic    know-
lodge to technical procestx-s,   may be !
reckoned the manufacture of biiqudt-
tes from brown coal, prat    and   the
dust and waste of coal mines,  Cane
da is well piepared by nature to re-
d ice ihis   question to h.r    niateiia)
advantage.
Briquettes form the principal domestic fuel of Berlin and other cities
and districts in Germany; they are
used for locomotive and rt.tr steam
fi.ing, and aro empjoyod for heating
in various pro.es.es of manufacture.
For all these uses they have three
tangible advantages: They are c em
und convenient to handle; tbey light
easily and quickly, and burn with a
clear, intense flame; v,hen made o;
lignite cr peat they bum practical y
without smoke and are Withal the
cheapest form of fuel fof* most, purposes, snys  Fran I.  H. Mason in Cns-
Notiee  is  hereby  given  that 60 days from
dale I shall apply to the Chief Commissioner
to purchase 8:1 acres
Nolice is hereby given thai, Oo  days  from
dale, 1 intend to apply to the Cltiof Commissioner or Lands and Works  for  permission to j o{  *..ands and  Works
purchase 320 acres of mountain pasture Land j 0f pasture land situated asi .How..; corirmeiic
in Lillooel District, described as follows: |ng .., ,j,e s mhwest cornerof Ale>t, McKwen'i
Commencing nt n post at the S. E. corner; applicalioi~ on south side of Cliurn creek ;-
of land applied for m purchase by Richard \i\wnce en&l 20 chains, thence south 20 chain!
Ihey, on 1'avilion Mountain, ihence easl 80 thence west 40 chains, ihence north 20 chain:
chains;   north 40 chains, j   west  80 chains*   thence east 20 chains  to  point of commence
,ollth 40 chiiiis to initial  slake.
RICHARD  HOEY,   Junior.
Lillooet, 17th July, 1005.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I  shall  at  the
men!.
Empire Valley, 11. C.
Jane 27th, 1905.
JOHN PAYNE
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that si\ty days from
dale, I shall apply to the Chief Commissioner
expiry of 60 day* apply to the Chief Cmmis- lf Lmds am| Workg w  purclwse   640 acres
.loner of Lands nnd Works  for permission to | of pasll,re lam, sitUllte'| ,s follows; commenc-
purchase eighty acres of hind,—
Commencing  at a post at S. E, Corner of
my lot 62. ihence wesl along lot 62, 40 chains
thence south along lot 63, 20 chain;,  thence
cast 40 chains, tlience north 20 chains to the
point of commencement.
Pavilion Mountain, I M. GILLEN,
J uiy 4th, 1913.   /
ing at a post planted about one mile northward of the north-west corner of lot 311.
Or-nip I, Lillooet District; thence norlh So
ch.iins, thence west Go chains, thence South 80
chains, thence east S chains.
Empire Valley, IS. C."*|
i.
AUSTRALIA'S FORCES.
• Gen.
Thr Ir Unification    . _-.ȣ(. e<l In.. VncU
Unit, ir* I'lun  into  led 11 ml Ai'iny.
The Melbourne correspondent of
The Chronicle writes rogaiding the
unification of tho Australian military
fcr.es that what General liutton has
obtained tho Covernmcnt's assent to
i.s practically this: 'lie complete'or-
gani-.nt ion of (!) a mobile held force
capable of being- sent anywhere In
Australia at glial*, notice, end (2) a
garrison loco designed to defend tlio
vulnerable spots in each State, i'otli
those forces are composed of volunteers or militia acting under the in-
l.-notions of some l.,oOO pipfcssional
soldiers who foi m tbe nucleus of ar-
l.l'.l ry and ga risons required for fixed defences, the technical direction of
oris and mines and a military Ulrica staff. The Australian field
•'v-i.e will consist en a peace fooling
of 18,91.1 men and sixty guns, capable of expansion in lime of war to
20,523 mon and eighty-four guns.
Tho garrison force will be composul
of 11,896 men and twenty-six {tuns,
exclusive of the rifle clubs, which now
total over 30.000 men. To'-.ing thu
two foiccs and the rifie clubs together it will be possible for Australia
to put in the field or at her forts in
time of war at least OS,000 trained
men, made up, approximately, as follows:
, *~.-,MiO
Field  force	
Garrison   force.
Rifle clubs	
„.l 1,900
...110.000
68,400
With a physically fit manhood population of 700,000 to draw upon, the
63,400 trained mm would become the
backbone of an army of half a million should invasion actually occur.
For tho purpo ns of broad generalization the Federal army now stands
divided into eighteen regiipents of
Australian Light Forse, thirteen bat-
to ies of Australian artillery, three-
.field companies of Australian Kne-i-
neers, ond twelve regimenis 'three
brigades) 01" An.-t! a.iir.n Infantry.
1'nch arm is given an exce:*s of officers in proportion 1o the. pi ace (.slah-
lishmcnt of privates. Peace cadres,
with their full complrmeiil of truirol
officers nnd rion coptmissioncd ofT.ceis
cun therefore on mobilization in time
of national emergency he expended to
war requirements without any danger
of crisis th ough lack of efficient
Icade's.
Jr
un i.f'verts.
The opinion has been expressed
that one real >ori why there are so
many old bacl.e ors iu Ontario is because of t.ie eo.'i.-.ion that a man
meets with when it is known that l.e
is about to mai'.y and tbe ordeal c.
g-.iiug away in a shower of rice, 1 crimps wiib a ''sJinaiee" as a welcome
home, in the ci.ies it is hot so bad,
for 1 eople can get married and few
Unow it. In co..ntiy pl-.c s p actical
jokers aie always getting in their
fine woik on young fallows who go
coi.r ing'. 'ihe following is f: 0111 lhe
Uxbridge Journal, and iiUstratos
the point:
"The boys in Liis country dearly
love a joke, espo lally if il happen*)
to bo on son:.; y..ung follow from a
distance who invades their neighborhood on a courting expedition. This
was the case reently in tho Pine
Cirove nei hboi'hood, where a young
man from town had tho wheels of his
buggy changed and his rnis crossed.
Hut a young man from the country
(Glen Major district) fared worse In
town on fair night, his horse and rig
having ''een appropriated in tofco. It
I waa tetu'tied to the hotel shed before morning, but the young man
mu! his girl wero under the necessity
oi hunting up stooping quarters with
friends In town at a lato hour.
These 1 r.,ieti-.-nl loVcn soinel iires result unpleasantly tor all pa'-tiea con-
ceri (;•'. and it wd Id be well if the
funny 1 e-pie would f:nd some less
annoying way of exhibiting their
humor,"
And tho path tflat leads to a House or Vour
Own
Climbs over thp howlderpii hills,
Ami the piths that lead to a Bank Aceouat
Ar- swept by tne blast Hint fe.ll-*.
r.r.l the m n who star.9 lu t~.o paths to-day
lu the Lazy Hills may uo asa-ay.

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