BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Prospector Jun 22, 1905

Item Metadata

Download

Media
proslill-1.0212211.pdf
Metadata
JSON: proslill-1.0212211.json
JSON-LD: proslill-1.0212211-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): proslill-1.0212211-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: proslill-1.0212211-rdf.json
Turtle: proslill-1.0212211-turtle.txt
N-Triples: proslill-1.0212211-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: proslill-1.0212211-source.json
Full Text
proslill-1.0212211-fulltext.txt
Citation
proslill-1.0212211.ris

Full Text

Array •-***».
Vol. 7, No. 26.
LILLOOET,  B. C.   JUNE 22,  '05.
Dollar a Year.
JUNE
MON TUE WED THL'K FRI SAT SUK
12      3       4
5      6        7 8        9     10     11
12 13 14 1) 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 21 25
28   '27      2S      29      30
SIDNEY WILLIAMS,
F__.lO-V-X2_TCXJ_.2_j
X_,J_.2T__D  SITS,*V*E3Y-Oie,
QUESNELLE, B. C.
I make a trip through Lillooet District
every summer.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 60 clays from
dale I shall apply to tbe Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to purchase 640 acres of pasture land situated as
follows ; commencing at a post one mile north
from the north-east corner of Lot 220, Croup
1, Lillooel District ; thence north 80 chains,
thence east So chains, thence south 80 chains,
ihence west 80 chains to point of commencement.
1AMUEL BISHOP.
Empire Valley, 1       SA
June 2nd, 1905 /
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 60 days from
date I shall apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works lo purchase 640 acres
of pasture land, commencing at the north-east
comer of lot 225, group I, Lillooet District;
thence north 80 chains, thence east So chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains
lo point of commencement.
Empire Valley, 1    ANTHONY BISHOP.
June 2nd  1905. |
NOTICE
Notice i« hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of 60 days apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase 64 1 acres of land commencing at a
post planted at the soulh-east corner ol land
applied for by Thomas McEwen ;— thence
north 80 chains, east 80 chains, south 80
chains, west So chains to initial post.
AJ.N lilSHOP,   by her agent,
Empire Valley,) JOHN M..HOP.
May 13th 1905/
Si/^-f/^i/St/^i/SI/'t'st/si/Sl/si/s-r/--1/
iiAiM^Mi^y^M/^i^Myh
"" ..T...T. ...r.        m.,w,»-_, Pl?S
NOTICE
Notica is hereby given that I shall at thc
expiry of 2 months after date apply to the
Commissioner of Lands and Works lo purchase _io acres more or less of land iti Lillooet
District commencing at a post near top of 17
mile hill west side of waggon road then north
to iny pre-emption then west to my post then
south to southeast post then east to initial
post.
iS Mile Mouse, THOS. J- COLE.
April iyt ioo.").'
HERE AND THERE *
SIS
As
ikWi^\4W^k &^ *§^W -&
ASA\A\ASAS/iS/ASAsAS/AS/AS7A\/.,
The 0. P. tt. are said to be
considering their original
route by way of the Yellow-
head pass, to bring a line to
Bate Inlet. From there to
Vancouver Island a line can
be constructed to Victoria by
bridging Seymour Narrows.
This would open up a splendid country, giving access to
tlie rich Cariboo.
There is a movement on
foot along the Cariboo road
to have a rural telephone
system.
The Sanatarium Site has
been located in the dry belt,
probably somewhere near
Kamloops. Lillooet has the
mildest winter climate in the
Sanatariam Belt, but unfortunately our Railway is not
running.
Ashcroft Day at Portland
will be July 8.
Abscess Became
Running Sore
Tho doctor failed again and
again, but Dr. Chase's Ointment made a complete ci/re.
The antiseptic and healing properties of Dr.
Chase's Ointment are well illustrated in the
following case, in which a running sore was
completely and permanently cured.
Mas. S. J. S.HlNDKns, Prospect, Lxnark Co..
Ont., Writes: "Li July, 1903, my little girl
teo__ what the doctor called abscess on h?r
cheek. Thedoo>
tu* lanced it, but
could nu. do it
any good. J5y
September lt had
become a, run a ing
sore, and, though
wo had the doctor
again he amid du
nothing. In De-
comber wo began
J using Dr. Chase's
Ointment, which
lias made a com-
CLARKE   &   CO.,
CHEMISTS   AND   DRUGGISTS,
LILLOOET,
IB.  C.
It Isn't
ete oure, There
us not been tha
least return of
j_^3s.*~<
SUSAS'SAUNDERa
Iho trouble, so we l>elieve that the euro is per
nutrient."
Dr. Chase's Ointment- has become standard
the world over, becnuse it succeeds in effecting
cures when all other treatments fail.
Dr. Chase's Ointment, ROo4-*, at all dealers.
.:• K '.;.' ,_t_ .., Bates k Co., Toronto,
Special Attention to Fitting
Trns.es and Spectacles.'
.fa
ill^JfWlMWlWIWIMIWlWWB^im
At a final meeting of the
Celebration Committee, for
Dominion Day at Lytton, it
was decided to hold the racing, and sports on Saturday,
July 1st, instead of Friday.
The dance' is arranged for
Friday evening.
Two young prospectors of
Vancouver were drowned in
Squamish Kiver not far from
the projected line of railway.
It Isn't
AN EASTMAN
ASK  FOR
OATALO GUB
At   Smith   Bros'
Kamloops and Vernon
BOOK STOIR. ~E2
Mr. 1). Jltirley lias purchased
(lie fine lot diagonally opposite
llin Methodist Church, and will
erect a resilience thereon. Dan
says lie is not diametrically opposed to all churches, although
lie is diagonally opposite one.
Mrs. Tool returned from  the
coast.    Her brother who is here,
is a Kalians man who wi-u'-l like
Coal licences are being an- , .      ; ,    ,1      , • .       1    •     .
!     logo into tlie chicken busuiess,
somewhere in the dry belt.
plied for, by 7 Kamloops locators, on coal lands in this
district, about .10 miles no-rth
of the railway, and on the
North Thompson. There is
also coal on Hat Creeic  and
(.'. 1>. Hancock is bacK again,
on [own Dredge business. Tlie
Sociable Fellows are all tickled
to ilea11).
During hkjh water  thev made
near big Bar on  the  Fraser. smiie more repairs on the dredge.
JULY
TTO2SF,:~B~_0,
ll DOMINION  DAY p|
Will be Celebrated on  July First     Grand Program
of Sports, Including
HORSE   R^CIIsTGh ^55-y-
W. C. KEEBLE, Hon Sec. Sports Committee.
ifk!>   te*   Sgfi& The Prospector.
The PROSPECTOR
"WEE^KiriY.
Advf.rtisi.no Rates low as possible,
Basis of 30 cents per square Inch,
pek Month. Land or Mining Notices
3a davs $4        60 days $6.
BY C.~W.J_.tt__v_Z3'X!13.02_TGr
a_m_Tin-~WT_T*TrTfflrm
Evelyn McDonald, youngest
.liuighle. of A.McDonald, M.P.P.
died on S»iii....y lnovning*. Her
t'iglitli liirllitlny would have been
next mouth. On Fi'idny she attended school, and only on Bal-
ill'tlay li.glifc did she complain of
sickness, brought on by eating
unripe fruit, as children will. On
Sunday morning, convulsions
coming on suddenly, proved _a-
lnl, notwithstanding the efforts,
that love nnd skill would suggest. Mr. McDonald got home
that evening from Clinton by a
laird drive. Tlie funeral on Monday afternoon, was a unanimous
expression of sympathy from all
hi the community. The church
wns crowded while Rev. A. K.
Sharp conducted serviee. The
litlle coffin, covered with flowers,
wns then followed to the cemetery, and there interred. But
the innocent spirit of the liltle
Evelyn, we believe, awaits that
re-union for which mothers Iook,
who have lost loved ones.
LYTTON   STAGE.
Leaves Kailwtiv at Lvtton at 7 a. in.
Monday., Tueedaye, Fridays, Sal unlay.
One hour at noon at Half-wny House
Reach Lillooet 5 p. in. Returning on
r«CF<lay~, 'Wednesday?, 8<Uurilays and
.Sundays.   Ay miles along tlie Fiaser.
Beautiful   Scenery.
Special Trips   made.
Write to
P.     REBAGLIATI   &   CO.
J. DUNLOP
MERCHANT
ULLOOET.
11 Bubs" 1 * » I'l'lvale.
When Lord Kobcrts was in India, a
complaint once reached him ol* thi.
quality of the beer served out from
a particular regimental canteen, and
he resolved to look personally into
tie matter. He singled out a soid-
io- of small stature, and asked him
for his uniform. This astonishing
oidcr naturally paralyzed the small
"Tommy," but ho obcdienl'y lr.adc a
parcel of his uniform and left it in
tlie chief's room. Later in tho day
tho privato soldier's uniform issued
from the quarters with the Coin-
ander-in-Chief himself inside, hid
fi.ee a little disguised; and as a
humble item in hid army, the chief
entered the canteen, taking a seat
on a form. "How's tho beer now?"
he asked. "Boer!" remarked a disgusted comrade. "Cull this beer'.'
Why, it's morn art" water!" 1'he
thief called for a pot,  and he found
VANCOUVER  B   C jt was morc than half wate1"-    'ihe
,  the   western  metropolis  ot  Canada   ^e^hf^ ffi'tSffc'ffi
'THE NEWS-ADVERTISER Ser^ loJVSg °of 3? SS
is the newspaper that you should read [ given to the sergeant who was niak-
if you want to keep abreast of the; jag money out of "Tommy." "Ye*.
times. ! sir—certainly,     sir!"   said   the    s<..\
Subscr'ption     price,    Da'.ly,      $5.00; j g.ant,  and he    drew a pint  of very
Weekly, $1.00 a year.   Send us 25c for j good beer from liis own special tap.
'-Excellent!" said the Chief, fixing
his keen eye on tho sergeant.
"There's nO fault to bu found with
this. But this is not the same beeir
you sold nie yesterday, when, as a
soldier, I s_at on that seat and paid
my money!" The Chief pushed his
enquiry homo, and tho canteen-
keeper was promptly court-martial-
lc~i.
One of the biggest "scurries" in
special train records was a train
i.eratched together for the. King,
when I'rince of Wales, on a very ini-
poitant occasion. He, of course,
neaily always has his own trains,
but "extras" are as much a part of
the railway system as the mails.
There is nothing exci-iug about
them.
But while on a visit to a country
house just oubide j_.eicc.sei-, the
King received a messago that had
been delayed. The Crown jfrince of
Greece had arrived in England and
his formal reec;.tion by the Clueen at
Buckingham Palate was put forward
by a ouy. The news, owing to a
breakdown, did not reach tne Pi ince
till 15 hours ait.-r it ought to havo
reached him, and he barely had two
and a half houis before the ceremony
bewail, 'iluse affaits between royalties are exuonicly puucti.iaus and
there are no oxct,83S,
lt would have been almost an international slight if lhe Prince had
not appeared, but there was no
train. A messenger rode posthaste
to Leicester,-the Prince followed in. a
f.ist carriage and when he an ived a
"spe.ial" cf four "odd-and-end" carriages had been slung to. a fast engine—le:-:s than four are not safe—in
150 - MILK MONDAY AND   FRIDAY | Icbs than 15 minutes.
He jumped in, the line was cleared
the Daily for a month and see for yourself   what   we   are.
P. O. Box 812, Vancouver, B. C.
A.G.liEBAGLIATI,
Pis As
L^TTO-JN",
GENERAL MERCHANT.
For Sale.
. 100 HEAD OF
JKO-RlsT
STOCK
For Breeding Purposes.
RICH'l) HOLY, - LILLOOET.
 ~~£	
The Famous Forg-*<3 Will.
When Napoleon prepared to invade
Russia he caused a will of Peterthe
Great to be forged by M. Lcsur. This
fabrication was designed to thor-»
(Highly toriify Europe as to Russia's
intentions, and to win international
sympathy for the Corsican's great
venture. The document is serving
its pi r.joce generations tfter the
shameful nature ol its authorship
was laid bare. The passage which
many Englishmen regard as an article of their creed to-duy reads as-
fellows— "Bear in mind that tho
commerce of In-t'ia is thc commerce of.
the wcrlJ. I~e who controls it is
the dictator of Europe. No occasion
should be lost, therefore, to proviso
war with Persia, to hasten her ..e-
cay, and ^advance to the Persian
Gilf."
Though it has been proved that
Pete- thc Great never ufed any such
w '• "s,  hiw can  it be demonstrated
that they do not embody his dnams
or tho dreams cf Russi- n statesmen
in the twentieth century)
Until this can be done, the average
Briton prefers to keep his eye on
Rirsia, boarine- i\ mind, at the same
time. Nelson's dictum. "Close with a
Freiehaman, and outmanouvre a
Russian."
BX STAGE.
BltlTISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
Clinton and way  points,
MONDAY .WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY
ALL  CARIBOO   POINTS    TvJONDAY
LILLOOET MONDAY AND FRIDAY
J_   *W_   l?_E_J_.JZ302iT,
■_-XTT2_T'X___\IRjS'  G-TJI-D-E
C2_.X2_T1.02-T.  IB. C.
fe 1?il to
to    i8^r    m
Cumming,
General Store,
Agent for tbe li. X.
Miners   Supplies,
&c.   Lillooet,
Drop in
to    a"d    *
^ to
IP*-.
SCHOOL PROMOTIONS  FOR 1905.
(Judged on the whole year's work.;
Entrance class for 1906.
E'.hel Gibbs, Wm. Uren, Nellie UreiT;
Fiederick Arthur. Minnie Hurley.
Fourlh class.
Joseph Cope'land,    II. Durban, Eva
Arthur, Susan Hani?, Jos. Williams, N.
Bell,  H. Keary.  Wm. Dugold, E. De-
Shields, B. Santini.
Third class.
A. McDonald, T. Hurley. G. Marshall
G. Miller, Louise Santini,  M. Marshall.
First book.
C. Keary, L. Arthur, John Williams.
Second class.
Alt. Oopelainl, Moses Terry, Wm. Marshall, Jane William..
Second primer.
H. Durban,  Louis Santini,  E. Miller,
M. Ostrander, M. Htnley.
First primer.
H. O.trf-ndcr,   D. S....t..if, J.   Di-key,
William Harris.
and off the train went. He was
without lunch and the carriage was
an ordinary first-class, but tho
Prince's valet bustled some sandwich .s in at the last moment, and
the train, with a clear line, whisked
its royal freight to London in an
hour and -10 minutes. He was just
in time for the reception.
The "Miu-riago Special."
Probably the most romantic, as
well as ono of the smartest of special train hurries wus one that raced
from London to Dover a few yeaia
ugo, on the occasion of a runaway
match, and which still lives in railway annals as the "marriage special." The engager of tho train, a
Mr. Vickery, had big didiculiie.. to
overcome, for his fiancee was a ward
in chancery, that is, she and her
estate were under the guardianship cf
the law, and the penalty for marrying a ward without tho consent of
the court is imprisonment,  	
An E  na  Safet'-.
An Irisij cbrgyman during his first
curacy found the ladies cf the parish
t'io he'pful. He soon left the place-.
One day thereafter he met his Successor.
"How arc you getting on with the
2ac'i?s?"  asked  the escaped  curate
"Oh, very well," was the answer,
'"There's safety in numbers."
"f. found it in Exodus," waa tho
ft'.iiek reply.
Low Vitality     ""/■
of Old Age
Brought this man to death's
door, but ho was rescued by
Dr. Chase's Nerve Focd.   '
Mr.. Geo. W\ L^wson*, a well-known farmer
of Connecon, Ont., writes: "One ye?.r ag-o I
was taken sick, and felt uiyaclf failing every
day. I consulted and doctored wi:h several-
eminenfc physicians, and recriTed 110 permanent benefit. In fact, they told me thoy could
do nothing for nie except to afford temporary
relief, as it W.-1.3 a policial breakii.gipof old
age. MynurviM wcra
exhausted and my
whole system completely broken up.
, "I  W.T.3   }UPt  at
death's duor, and,
thinking my time to
die had come, I gave
up li^pe. Hearing of
^iho wonderful cure*
beinjj lirw.glit about
by 1)r. Cha-e"n Nerve
Food, I began usinj
v.„.„„ *6, A~-da treatmenB
MR. LAW-ON helped me from th»
first, and I continucdl it for six months, vhenj
Was fully restored tu health. Today I am a
well man, and mnde 110 by Dr. Chase's Kerve
Food. Though lu my seventy-ilfth year, I feel
as well as I did at twenty, and tan walk aa
smartly ns a 'y < f the boys."
Dr. Cage's jN'ervo i'ood, at all dealers.
NEWS-ADVERTISER,
MOST RELIABLE COAST WEEKLY
WILL COST
with  the PROSPECTOR,
$1.50 a YEAH   CASH  WITH ORIHiB
BO YE  .19'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
An»on 9 sciii-tiitf n iket oh nnd description mny
nulclily iisourlaln our opinion free wlietlior ai>
luvontlon i. prolmbly nntentAMA Communlea.
lions strictly (loiuldontful, Ilnadboolion Pntent*
sunt free. Olilest naency for fWiitlnir patents.
l'lltontl taken tlirouirli tlutlll & Co. recclTB
tiiccitit notice, without ctinrue, totlia
It
ATinndsomely Ulnntralert xvechly. I.niirest circulation of any sdcnt.lUc jonnial. Terms, $'i a
ye-ir: four mom '.is, .L Sold bynll rrowsdenlers.
MUNN &Co.30iaroa^'New York
Branch Onico. 125 V Ut. Waslilnuton.V.C. The  Prospector.
NOTICE
WOODCHUCK, WOOD-DUCK./ind
TELEPHONE Mineral Claims.
Situate in the Lillooel Mining Division of
I.iiiooet District. Where located, on Cadwallader cteek, a tributary of liriilge Kiver.
Take notice that I, Leslie Hill, Krce Miner's
certificate, No, li 81409 for myself and as
agent foi K.J. Taylor, Free Miner's certificate
Nn. I! 51. .82 and L. G. limns, Frefi Miner's
certificate N . IS 8-*)o">;{, intend, sixty days
from t'ns date hereof, lo apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for
ths purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the
above claims.
And f.ulher take nolice that action under
section 37 musl be commenced before the issuance uf such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 8th day of   1     1 E.SLIE HILL
April, A. 1).  I9')f>.    /
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given, that 30 days after
date, I intend to apply to lhe Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for permission to
lease 320 acres of pasture land, described as
follows:— commencing at a post west of the
Lillboet-Alexiindria waggon road on the norlh
line of my lot 62, Lillooel District; thence I
mile west, ihence a half mile north, Ihence 1
mile east, ihence a half mile south to point of
commencement; containing 320 acres.
Dated ihis 51I1 day
;   .MICHAEL GILLTCN
cf May,  1900.
LOCAL
Mrs. Young of Foster's liar
was reported to be very ill.
0. McGillivray of the Half
Way liouse lias received renewal of Liquor License.
Hev. Mr. Fug}) proclaimed
the banns for the third time
at St. Mary's Church Sunday morning, for two young
people who intend to be happy.'   Names later.
The '.episcopalian evening
service was courteously waived, in favor of th Methodist
missionary from Ashcroft.
iiCA PHAIR
General   Merchant
Rev. A. K. Sharp has to
do some tall riding to give
Foster's Bar and 1'avilion a
monthly Sunday service, and
Lillooet and Ashcroft a bi-
weeK.lv service. It is ninety
miles from end to end of the
string, by the road. There
is a rude trail from Lochore
to Fountain. Also from Hat
Creek to Fountain,
Outfits and  Guides Furnished to Hunting Parties!
Groceries,   Hardware,    Photo   Supplies,
Dry Goods, Drugs,   Etc.
LILLOOET
X-d.V-_.t-rm.
~3.\r.r!i_a.
X-i.          ..a,
ta         m.
ta'           .ta
ssi.
ta             usa.
~ar
&-T~%_tz%.t_r
«&.
ta
ta.
t-_,
ua.
553.
ta-         -£&,
X-%.
*~rtt___.*~r
Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT,
LILLOOET.
EVERYTHING for MINERS
3
Arthur H. Martley
Henry Schwartz
HZUlNrTS_R;S   <5c   O-TTIIDIES,
Our terms are equitable.
We have tl complete outfit.
We give you a guarantee.
Blenheim,
LILLOOET,
April, '05
^^^¥)M^^^^^»^^)l{^^^}lt^^^^^^^
E^_g|s]^^raffl^,~~fflSG^S5
z ^r/',m.U
iS ^ll~.--"' •^■rr^roma^e^kci:^. e~ek
«nas~isP
This Is the Paste standard eleven bar wire fence. Coil, sprim? wlro mot crtmped.-ta'-eB np theMaok
In summer, does not become too tight. In winter^rogulatps it« own tension nil the time,, P&g£
uprights In one ptooo stand a strain of 800 pounds. Common upng'-'t.. -.plico! at onon bar breakataOO
pounds.   PaKegatev.ornarapiital fences, pon'tr.". nnttinc. nr»> standard the world over.
Tho Paa.e wlro Fence Co.. Limited. Walliervillo, Ont.    St. John, N.B.  Montreal, P.Q. 12
■ASMfe, its.- ■ m ■■.ctf
ji ''/:)■ -V-' -m^^.:..
ilV.-v-:^
-WgSL--.
Page Woven Wire Fence
with it-> continuous coll (not crimped)in iho
bust -tock-holdiiiK- fence made. Pncto No.
7 wire standa a 8,000 pounds' strain— common
No. 7 wire only 1,701 pounds. Common wiro
will nit coil—ir. straightens out r if ain—it
hasn't ;i  spring tomprir    Pnfjo win; has.
T__o f»rt_.e 'Ylro F.mcp Co.. I/mitnd,
Vl'alkervllla, Ont.
aiostrnat. P O... and St. Jo'in, tt.n.     II
RELIGIOUS REVIVAL
AMONG THE INDIANS
Lillooet had the unusual treat,
of hearing' several bands last
week, also tlie pleasure of seeing
Bishop Dontenwill, Fathers Le
Jeune, Cliirouse, Rohr, and Andrew, and the immense and enthusiastic procession of Indians,
that welcomed them to Lillooet.
Their coming marked the confirmation of 130 Indians, who
are thus received into the church.
The bishop also confirmed achiss
in town. Indians from all the
nearby missions were here, and
their zeal and devotion to the
church show that our Catholic
fiiends are doing a great work
among the Indians. That they
have changed considerably since
1838 is admitted by all. The
new church built by Tyee Jimmy
has been completed, and Bishop
Dontenwill held consecration services in consequence. Several
native evangelists were present.
and addressed large crowds ab
the rancherie. Tlie. prize band
of about 35 members in uniform
is remarkably good. They are
from Tort Douglas. They furnished music to the town Friday
evening, and the turnout of citizens showed their appreciation
of a good tiling. Ib is said the
band will remain for Dominion
Day, and we will Imve other opportunities of hearing thein.
Tlie Bishop and priests left on
Wednesday for Pemberton, and
was escorted by two bands and
about 100 natives.
There will be a tremendous celebration of Dominion Day as a
wind up to "de cainp-nieelin" Ib
will probably be at Fountain
reservation.
The Pemberton Contingent
brought along two beet cattle
on foot,  for food as required.
The whisky fiend spoilt the effect- for some of the visitors, who
must have been surprised at the
ci'lerity of the law iu Lillooet.
There were 8 Indians fined on
Tuesday, some for supplying' and
tbe others fur drinking. Ib is
said the priest duplicates these
fines; so the Indians are doubly
protected. Some of the young
bl-tives had to sell their horses to
get out of jail. No wonder they
hold the horse-racing out at the
Fountain. We miss a. picturesque
and amusing spectacle, and (lie
stores lose considerable trade. i he Prospector.
LOCAL
T names no names, — but the
front street looks better since
Homebody's wood-pile went away
lo the parsonage.
Oie Tom (die is a jolly oie sofe^
and a jolly old soul is Ive,
He calls for his pipe,
He calls for his bowl,
And is nearly ninety three.
Mrs. Keary is having a substantial addition built; to the
liouse. She has some walnuts
planted, which are expected to
do as well  as in  San Jose.
Mrs. Cornwall has concluded
a. pleasant visit with her sisier,
Mrs.  Phair.
Mrs. Mcintosh left for Pemberton on Tuesday. She was enabled to render valuable assistance to Mrs. McDonald in her
bereavement.
Mrs. Babb said good-bye to
her numerous friends in l_ovely
Lilloo.;...  and returned .o Ohio.
The Alexander Creek hydraulic
miners were down wilh a. trail,
of W. W. Jones' horses from the
Big Horn Ranch. Mr. J..I3. Uren
wns consulted with reference to a
vehicle of 3-foot guage for transporting saw mill ami other machinery up the trail.
.__.
A
roochi
Always   useful    and jwji
certainly  beautiful,  afejij
'.hi\ brooch is never amiss
i '"'.'
as a gift.
No.   1.1.8.!  i«   .1   fine  Gold
1. roc.-h with IiJ..huuh1 cnu. .■.
*'.•'.''     'llie prico i"t remarkRbUj .t
V,
Distance   is-   :io  ob- p«
/j-;oj slacle  to  satisfactory K'jJ
dealing;;   with   our jr.;•
house.      Write   I'or
mail-order  catalogue.
■;•■;•.
BYK1E BROS.
"diamomp mam."
NEW CROP OF HOME GEOWN AND IMPORTED
H GARDEN ^ F_ELD )k & ii FLOWER ^ SEEDS &
"WHOLESALE    AND   RETAIL
XH0D0DFN&RONS,     ROSI'.S,    OREENHOirsE   AM>    11AKDV   PLANTS   FOR   SPUING   PLANTING
CUT ri.OTTp-.RS,   FLORAL WORK.   FERTILIZERS, BEE BIVESjAN_> SUPPWES,
EASTERN PRICES OU LESS, CATALOGUE FREE, NO AGENTS
rT-=rXOyj3J_.2<TlD3     OIP     ~~T_E2,XTIrI?     TEEE13
.A-.__ST1D        0-Ui,l_Tj-_.'_VL___]2_T'-r'.i\.__j     TBEES
FOR SALE.
Encyclopedic Dictionary,—
6 volumes, cheap.      Call at
my office and examine.
T.   J..   BltANDON.
__HE__N"~R,^"S   ~j^TXJ1~^;S-~Ej_R/j:_Ti1S
GOIO WESTM'B _ROAJD
V~A.~~~SrCOU'V~E3KJ
Under   Entirely New   Management.
Excellent .Accommodation fob Travellers.
A choice and  varied  Assortment of liquors   and cigars,
Good  Stabling        —       —       Charges Moderate.
TER C. KEEBLE, PROPR.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given tliat I shall at lhe
expiry of 6o days, apply lo the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for pernriissioti uv
purchase 64) acres of land, commencing:at a
post 111 the S E. corner of land applied for by
Alex. McEwen, thence north So chains, east
8d chains, south 80 chains, wesl 80 chains to-
initial post.
Empire Valley, JOHN McEWEN,
May 13,, iyo-3.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thai I'shail at lhe
expiry of 60 days-apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands, and Works tor permission to
purchase 640 acres of land, ci*mn>encing at a
post placed at tlie south east corner of land
applied for by John McEwen ; ihence north
So chains; east'So chains; south 80 chains;
wesl So chains to initial Lost.
Empire Valley,
May 13, 1905 THOS.   McEWEN.
8as~'».*''i»v»K~>i_ij«-WMti_a^
cDooa
d and McGillivray, Ltd,
IMPORTERS OF
General   Merchandise,
Clinton  B. C.
\./'V"/\*/\» '',+/^.*/Si'/\i/^.f/-,A/\i/',i/S*''-l/\l/\l/S*e'\l/^i/Sr/'K*/S''/^i/\t/si/'-1/
■ A\/A\/A-,/A',eA\/A;/AS,-A\^A\/^ ,e«\.-A',e »\/.\/«\.«\.'»\, 'i ,/A\/ A\e A ,/A\/<   ./*\/«\.» ,
FIQT&GE
Notice is hereby given lhat I shall at the
j expiry of 60 days apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, f r permission to
pilichase 640 acres of land, coftnnencing at .-,
i post about one mile up littleChur.ilcreel, from
i its junclinn with Big Chum creek, iheripe-
I north So chains, east So chains, south 80 chains.
I west So chains to initial post.
ALEXANDER McEWEN
I Empire Valley, May 13, _9o5.
n cm
HfiTF
_ a 'y' a ____. &_,
__.____.
( ».'Ni/Sl/v-f ■"• *'\* Si/\i/\A/\i/^.i/\t' i/St/ ,f/SI/s <i/^i/\l/\l '^l/s$/^i/^i/^?''\t/
«*♦ "sBt *«& ♦.¥• ",fi> <?i* "ei" *9K *;_■* ySft */7? ">,-" '■'/> *$_" VP *:* "■" *>," <>K? ">■■-> *. 1 *ifc <■'!> VSl <Zf> <■■:
A „ f\ /A \/A, /A , ,/?\/A \/r./A ,/A ,/t>S/A,.'A ,/A\/A,.-A\/A ,/A,/ASe'A\/A ■/*\ ,A\ 'A.\7¥\AS
LATEST ARRIVALS.
•''■ter.i-~.ir
Tliermofnge, Eno's Fruit Suit, Hall's
Unit lienewer, Assorted Perfumes, Min-
aul'e Liniment, Paregoric, Enul'iHli Nursing Bottles and roliher tubing for them,
Family Syriiigps, HonseboMandTyriun,
Sen Sen, Bteathlela, Sozodont, Epsom
Salts in oz. packets, Fain Killnr, Fact'
I'owder, :-', II Liniment, Oarboline for
the Hiiir, Slrychnine Xt.ala for coyotes,
Lnne Juice Tabloids, f_ori I lard's Snotch
Snuff, Einnlaion Ck L. (Ul, Silver Polish,
ItoUgh on U-itu, Combs and Brushes.
Some of these goods have been Rvkt-d
for, »nd ibis L.. to let you know they are
here.
Buy your niedi- inrs at. the Drug Store.
Just to the extent  lhat you help us by j
buying from us, wetlinll be able to help
yon  by keeping a large   assortment of
goods to supply your requirements,
NonricE
Sixty days after dale I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
Victoria, li.C. fc* permission to purchase 640
acres of pasture land, commencing at a point
about 1 mile north of Hog Lake, Empire Valley, B.C. - -thence So chains north, thence 3o \
chains east, ihence So chains south, ihence I
So chai»s west lo point of coninicnci-nunt.
Dated May 23, '05, 1.. H. CARSON.     I
!CE
Nolk-e is hereby given tint 1 shall nt the
expiry of 60 days apply to the Chief c~nnuiss-
ioher of Lands and Works for permission to
pinch use 640 acres of land; cnn.mericing at
the south west coiner of Lot 465 ;— thence
west 40 chains, north 160 chivins, east 40
chains, south aloiji; lhe lines of Lots _]65 and
466 to initial post.
Empire Valley, AUSTIN JANES
May 13, 1900.
NOTICE
CLARKE & CO.,
l,l!.l.'KS'-;T   11. c.
Sixty dnys nfter date I .intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, Victoria, B.C. for permission to purchase 640 acres
of pasture laud commencing at a stake mark,
gd N. E. corner about % mile west of Hog
Lake and I mile north of Lone Cabin creek,
Empire Valley B.C,—thence Si chains west,
thence 80 chains south, Ihence So chains cast,
thence So chains north to poinl of commencement .
buied Mav . .'os. E. I  CARSON
Notice
Tx'o.ice is hereby given lhat at ths expiry
of Co dnys from date, I shall apply 10 the
Chief Commissioner of Lan'ds and Works for
permission lo purchase 640 acres of land ;
co nniencing at the S. \V. corner 1 f Lot 463 r
thence west 40 chains along the lines ( f Lois
463 and 464; ihen.e nnilh 1611 chains, east 4c*
chains, south 160 chains lo initial point.
Clinton, May
1900.
JOHN COLVIN.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of Go days apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to-
pincbase 640 acres of land, commencing at ru
post about half a mile west of the north west
coiner of Lot 466, thence north 80 chains*
east 80 chains, south 80 chains, wesl So chain*
to initial post.
Empire Valley J. S. 1'LACE.
Mav ; *, 1 y^
1»
■ ■••.

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.proslill.1-0212211/manifest

Comment

Related Items