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Vol. 7, No. 21
LILLOOET,   B. C.   MAY 18,   '05.
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SIDNEY WILLIAMS,
_B-&iO~VX2_TGXA.X_
XjJ_.2_TX_.   STT_a"V*EY*0_R,
QUESNELLE, B. C.
t nniki: a trip through Lillooet District
every summer.
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NOTICE
Nolice is hereby given that 60 days after
date I intend to apply I" the Chief Conimjss-
ioner o' Lands and Works for permission to
purchase 240 acres more 01 less of pasture
land situated in I.iiiooet District.
Commencing at a post marked M. E. Be-
loud Lot 661 N. E, corner [hence east 40
chains thence south east 20 chains thence
west 40 chains thence north 20 chains to
point cf commencement.
17 Mile House \    M. E. BELOUD,
April 7,   1905. J
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given ihat I have placed
my books and. accounts into the hands of
Samuel Gibbs, Notary, Lillooet, for collection. All persons owing nie money are hereby instructed t 1 piiy such indebtedness to
him forthwith j and all receipts given by liim
on my account will be valid.
Lillooel, 17th day    ) Y1CK   KEE
of   April,   1905.   \
NOTICE
WHITE ROSE AND  ROSEMOUK'T
MINERAL til.AIMS
SITUATED in the Lillooet Mining District
on McGillivray Creek about 2 miles above
Anderson Lake. Take notice lhat I, J. H.
l'urdy, free miller's certificate No. 1152854
audi, Dr. Alfred Po'ole, free miner's certificate No. H 7S438 intend 60 days from dale
hereof to apply to the Milling Recorder for a
certificate of improvements for lhe purpose
of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims
and further take notice that aellot) under
section 37 must be eommeneed before the
issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Dated this 14th day of \pril 1905
LATEST ARRIVALS.
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Tliermofnge, Eno's Fruit Salt,, Hall's
Hair Renewer, Assorted Perfumes, Minard's Liniment, Paregoric, English Nursing Bottles ami rubber tubing for tbem,
Family Syringes, Household and Tyrian,
Sen Sen, Breathlets, Sozodont, Epsom
Salts in oz. packets, Pain Killer, Face
Powder, 3 H Liniment, Carboliue for
the Hair, Strychnine Xtals for coyotes,
Lime Juice Tabloids, Lorillard's Scotch
Snuff. Emulsion C. L. Oil, Silver Polish,
Rough on Rats, Combs and Brushes.
Somo of these goods have been asked
for, and this is to let you kuow they are
here.
Buy your medicines at the Drug Store.
Just to the extent that you help us by
buying from us, we shall be able to help
you by keeping a large assortment of
goeds to supply your requirements.
CLARKE & CO.,
LILLOOP~T, 15. C.
A. G. REBAGLIATI,
LlrTTTOIsr,
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GENERAL MERCHANT.
EVERYTHING INCUR LINE
At   Smith   Bros'
BOOK STO_R. IE
Vernon and Kamloops
Next week, an article on a new mineral, Souesite, so named by scientists,
for Gold Commissioner Soues, Clinton.
Mr. Laidley will return from Conference at the close of tbe week. Evening
. ervio.e at the Methodist Church next
Sunday. 21st of May.
J. DUNLOP
MERCHANT
LILLOOET.
FOSTER'S BAR.
Notice.
WOODCHUCK, WOOD-DUCK, and
TELEPHONE Mineral Claims.
Siluale in the Lillooet Mining Division of
Lillooet District. Where located, on Cadwallader creek, a tributary of Bridge River.
Take notice that 1, Leslie Hill. Free Miner's
certificate, No, H 81409 for myself and as
agent for E.J. Taylor, Free Miner's certificate
No. B 53482 and L. G. Burns, Free Miner's
certificate No. B 85353, intend, sixty days
from the dale hereof, lo apply lo the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for
lhe purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the
above claims.
And further take notice that action under
section 37 must be commenced before thc issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated litis 8th day of   ^    LESLIE HILL
April, A. D.  1900.     I
Mr'.' Callbreath, with his 84 Clinton
horses, left Vancouver 011 the Cottage
City on the 10th, for Telegraph Creek.
He has the contract of packing all the
Dominion Government supplies to the
te egrflph stations from Echo Like in
the SOUlh   to Mackinaw  in the north.
Clintou, May 13.
To the Prospector,
The young people of Clinton beg to
thank Mib. Bell for her kindness, in
assisting at the piano, during the local
.lances. We did not have to go to Lao
La Hache,   or any other place,  for good
music.
Yours truly,      SUBSCRIBER.
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NOTICE
An important mining project has been under way here
for 15 months. A 6 inch
pipe supported by two cables
conveys water across the river for sluicing purposes. A
rim of bedrocK rises near the
water edge, where ' Chinamen have worked as low as
possible. A tunnel is being-
made, extending from river
edge 150 feet through this
rock and under a bench to
an old channel. The gravel
will be washed through this
into the river. Cabins are
beine; erected by the miners
who are supposed to have a
backing of Kootenay money. ,May 17) ]905i j 0hlef Lioence In8p.r
A   few   eilMvprises   like   this West Lillooet Lioence District,
would make a market fof
our spare eggs, cream, butter, garden stuff, etc. that
overflows in a hind of plenty
like this.
Im ^ fe
fe        i8 for *
(Summing,
General Store,
Agent for the 15. X.
Miners   Supplies,
etc.   i.iiiooet,
Drop in
1*    7d     ii
Hunter Jack is dead, and wrapped in
a blanket at Inyas' place, about, 6 miles
up the lake. His son is tnhsing, supposed to be under tlie influence of liquor
-omewhere. Hunter Jack used lo be n
Tyee; he knew something about mining
and handled considerable mmii'V.
A meeting of the Board of Licence
Commissioners for the West Lillooet
Licence District will be held at. the Court
Mouse, Lillooet, on the 15th day of June
1905, at 10 a, ra., to consider the following applications for renewal of their
Hotel Licence;—
Mark R. Eagleson, Victoria Hotel,
Lillooet, Renewal.
George  Hurley,  Excelsior Hotel,
Lillooet, Renewal.
Lillooet. B C.,)   ALEX. C. MINTY,
m The  Prospector,
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The PHOSPECTOR
•*w^E3~~~__E?:ij"!r.
Advertising Rates low as possible,
Basis of 30 cents per square Inch,
per Month. Land or Mining Notices
So days $4        60 days $6.
_B"Y* C. *W. ABMSTEOITQ-
CORRESPONDENCE.
Editor Prospector,
Sin—
1 believe it is generally conceded that the discovery and opening' up of ti mine or mines would
be an enormous benefit to the
District. However, to reach this
desirable end, prospectors ai*e
necessary, nnd should receive a
good deal more encouragement
than is the case at present.
Having been a resident of the
Province for some years and being anxious to see its latent resources developed, it is a matter
of considerable surprise that successive Governments still persist
in carrying on the necessary public works in the way they do.
Take Lillooet, for example,
which is anxiously looking for
a more spirited life iu its mining
industry, and whose population
islargly composed of prospectors, and men interested directly
or indirectly in the welfare of its
mine3.
A number of the prospectors
are doing assessment work and
holding down claims, awaiting
the advent of capital, and it is
au absolute necessity for them
to obtain a few months' work
for wages every year, the placer
creeks in the vicinity being played out and unprofitable in the
majority of cases.- Now the best
time for all parties would be the
months of April and May, as ut
that time the roads are soft, the
weather cool, and men are easily
obtained ; and there would be
more improvement done for the
money spent, than if the work is
done later.
But successive Governments
liave always 'blown in' the appropriations in the summer and
fall and are 'broke' in the spring
so that nothing is ever started
an til June, except  .i few men : 5
at the present time— only one
of whom is a prospector, one a'n
old time miner, one a hatchery
employe, one an ex-section hand
owning a. ranch, but who has to
have a continuous road job, to
enable him to live ; but iu his
estimation, imagining that the
roads would not be passable
without him ; and last but not
least, our Llewellyn.
Now the majority of these men
are not doing, nor have they
done in the past, anything to
open up the country. I maintain
tlmt their being employed on
every road job that offers, is a
a very brilliant example of how
to retard tlie development of the
country ; for if the genuine pros
pector is compelled as at present
to loaf around town when he
should be engaged on work towards the cost of which lie contributes a goodly share, then he
will be compelled to work when
he should be out in.the hills, (or
would be if treated properly.—)
either looking for prospects or
developing those already found.
Now Sir, it is all very well for
the powers at Victoria to claim
they are hard up. und are compelled to raise the taxes ; but as
long its the present methods are
continued, our resources will remain undeveloped, and Lillooet,
as well as the rest of the province
will be "on the hog."
Yours truly,       C. D. WRAY.
I   HERE AND THERE 1
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A gentleman writing to "a
friend in Lillooet savs he can
tell by a glance at tbe advertisements in tbis   paper,
tbat we bave no Baker,
Barber,
Butcher,
Blacksmith.
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GENERAL MERCHANT,
LILLOOET.
EVERYTHING tor MINERS
Mr. Kinder has strucK it
rich on the Pioneer claim.
after months of hard, lonesome labor, lie has about
250 feet of tunnel, and lately discovered a fine vein of
two feet in width which will
bring the average value of
tho whole of his rock over
$20 a ton at least.
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BIG 6AME !
Arthur H. Martley
Henry Schwartz
Methought   I   heard  the
roar of a train, and deep, dis-
jtant bellow of  a locomotive,
lbut   it is  only  the  rushing
i river and one of DicK Hoey's
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'cows.
HUHTBRS   <3c   0-UI3DH3S.
Our terms are equitable.
We have a, complete outfit.
We give you a guarantee.
Blenheim,
LILLOOET,
April, 'os
NEWS-ADVERTISER,
MOST RELIABLE COAST WEEKLY
WILL COST
with  the PROSPECTOR,
$1.30 a YEAR  CASFI   WITH ORDER
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NOTICE
Notice is hereby given, that 30 days after
date, I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner nf I.nrul~ and Works, for permission to
ease 320 acres ot" pasture land, described as
follows:— commencing at a post west of the
r.illooet-Alexundria waggon road oil lhe north
ine of mv lot 62, Lillooet District; thence I
mile west, ihence a half mile north, thence I
mile east, thence a half mile south to point of
commencement; containing 320 acres.
Dated this qth day )
\ MICHAEL GII.LEN
of May,   1005.     J
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given, that 60 days af er
date, I intend to f.pply to the Chief Commissions of Lands and Works, for permission to'
purchase 40 times of land, more or less, in
Mllooet District, commencing at a post clo.-se
to the N. E. corner of Lot 38, thence east 20
chains, ihence north 20 chains, thence west 20'
chains, ihence south 20 chains to initial post.-
I'jvilion, B. C.
May 2. 1900.        PETER  GAR-CAN The Prospector.
rsssr
It is an odd reflection on the sixty
•gears' development of the railway
System that the road beats the railway easily in London. The street
vehicles travel twenty times as l'sir
as the train every day, and carry
more passengers, lt may seem in- !
credible, but it is perfectly true, that
the street vehicles of London e\>-
fcompiish a journey every day cquaN
to twenty times around the earth. ,
It is startling, in contrast with this,
that the trains cover only 25,000
miles, but the explanation is, of
course, the simple fact that for
every train there are about fifty other vehicles.
There are always running in London between 4,000 and 0,000 'buses
and trams, carrying- 1,600,000 passengers every day, and when all
these are full there is room left for
nearly 12,000 cabs, for which 700
stands are provided. "Cabby," one '
of thc best abused men in the great \
metropolis—often enough deserving j
it—drives 120,000 people about London every day.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of 2 months aftier dale apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Work'', to
purchase 320 acres more or less of land in
Lillooet District commencing nt a post about
1 mile east of 19 mile post Lillouel & Clinton
ivnggoil ro.-id thence south 40 chains (hence
east So chains then north 40 chains then west
So chains to initial post,
18 Mile House,    )   DANIEL HURLEY
April 10, 190a.    )
Ktrai'B" I'lintiil  Incf~.
The Fostmarter-General of Great
Britain, speaking at the dinner of
the Newspaper Society, said on an
average trn letters daily went to the
Dead Letter Oflice havinpt no address,
and 1,000 registered letters wero
i ot i:rned daily through being insufficiently addressed. These letters contained £600,000 or £700,000 in |
money in the course of a year. Millions of postal packets could not bo
delivered because of the incorrectness
ui the addresses.
3© Yrs. 0? Eczema
Gyred at Last
Another Illustration of the remarkable    power   of    Dr.
Chase's Ointment as a
cure for eczema.
On account of many vaip efforts to cure
eczema and driven almost crazy with thc itch
i ig, stinging sensations which accompany 1.
many declare this disease incurable. Not so
with those who have used Dr. Chase's Ointment, for this preparation soon brings relief
from the itching and thoroughly cures the disease itself, leaving the skin soft, smooth aud
natural in appearance.
Once you learn the merits of Dr. Chase's Ointment you will find it indispensable in the home
as a euro for every form of "skin trouble.
Me. John Pratt, BIyihe, Huron Co., Ont.,
writes:—" I cannot give Dr. Chase's Ointment
too much praise for I was troubled with eczema
for over twenty years and had been treated by
three doctors, though they all failed to cure me.
Dr. Chase's Ointment has cured me completely
and I have not had'the slightest sign of the
return of this disease for several months. lam
quite satisfied that I have found a permanent
cure at last."
Dr. Chase's Ointment, 60 cents a box. The
portrait and signature of Dr. A. W. Chrse, the
famous receipt book author, are on every box.
For pains and aches use Dr. Chase's Baric-
~icbe Plasters.
a Joy To Be
Free of Headache
And to feel new strength and
vigor thrilling through the
system—Dr. Ohase's   Nerve
Food, the great restorative.
In the great majority of cases headache arise,
f.-om an exhausted condition of the nervous
system and is associated with indigestion, irritability and sleeplessness. Lasting cure is efieclfd
by revitalizing the nervous system by the uie ol
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.
Mrs. J. McLeod, Chestnut Street, Charlotte,
town, P.E.I., states:—
"Tor some time X have
been troubled with attacks
of nervous, sick headache
which were accompanied
by indigestion. 1 began
using Dr. Chase's Nerve
Food some time ago and
bave   been  gieatly bene-
1 I l0raP«S|\?$' ,'on ni's '"*('ri improved,
' I    Rrt^KBI X headaches have dis-
'    1^! V^IH appeared and I have gain,
ed in flesh and weight. I
. MRS. McLEOD consider Dr. Chase's
Nerve Food a splendid health builder.
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, B0 cents a box.
The portrait and signature of Dr. A. W. Chase,
the famous receipt book author, ere on every
box.
Pain cannot exist where Dr. Chase's Badeacha
Plaster is ajipUedi
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that at the expiry
uf 60 clays from date, I shall apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission 10 purchase 640 acres of land in
Lillooet District, lying due east of Lot iS,
Croup One, Lillooet District; commencing
at a post marked "A B.H. O'Halloran's
S. VV. Corner" thence east 80 chains: ihence
north So chains : thence west 80 chains:
thence south So chains to the point of commencement .
Dated this 13th day)  B.H. O'HALLORAN.
)ated this 13th day)  B.H. O'l
of March,   1905.)
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I shall at lhe
expiry of 60 days from date apply for permission from the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works to purchase 640 acres of laud in
llie District of Lillooet commencing ahout
live miles from North Last coiner of lot 225
thence north 82 chains thence west So chains
thence South So chains thence East 80 chains
to initial post.
BISHOP.
Empire Valley,    )      JOHN
March 20, 1906   j
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given lhat I shall at ihe
expiry of - months apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission
to purchgse 160 acre, of land in Lillooet
District, commencing at a post about one
mile east of the 20-niile post, Lillooet and
Clinion wagon road, ihence east 40 chains,
north 40 chains, west 40 chains, south 40
chains to initial post.
18 Mile liouse, {     THOS. I. COLE,
March v
£ House,  )
17. «9°5-i
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thai I shall at the
expiry of 60 days from date, apply for permission from the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works, to purchase 640 acres of
land in the District of Lillooet, commencing
at a point about one mile from North East
corner of Lot 225, thence North 80 chains,
Ihence west So chains, thence south 80 chains,
ihence East So chains to initial point.
Empire Valley,    )
March 20, 1905   J SAMUEL BISHOP.
Here is a list of papers which vou may
see al our office j Victoria Times, Medley
Gazette, Scientific American, Winnipeg
Free Press, Montreal Weekly Witness, and
the Family Herald of course Thc Vancouver
World and News Advertiser, Kamloops Wa-
wa, Asbcrolt Journal, Seattle P. I. Herald
of Revelstoke, Ft Steele Prospector.
TheProsp. ctor will print free the following Advertisements :
HELP WANTED.
WORK   WANTED.
ARTICLES FOR. SALE,
LYTTON   STAGE.
Leaves Railway at Lytton at 7 a. m.
Mondays, Tuesdaye, Fridays, Saturday.
One hour at noon at Half-way House
Reach Lillooet 5 p. ra. Returning on
Pue. days, Wednesday-, Stturdays and
Sundays.   47 miles along the Fraser.
Beautiful  Scenery.
Special Trips   m'ade.
Write to
P.     REBAGLIATI   &   CO.
J*.   *W.   PBABSOU,
UTTISTTEIES'   OrUXXD-H.
CX_X2_TT02_T,  *B. C.
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If this be respectfully market} red
It menus that your subscrlpton and
my rent have not been paid.
If marked In a thankful blue you
will know your dollar uot here,
and a receipt i.s reluming.
BX STAGE.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
Clinton and way  points,
-MONDAY ■ WEDNESDAY • FRIDAY
ALL CARIBOO POINTS MONDAY
150-MILE MOM DAY AND FRIDAY
LILLOOET  MONDAYAND FRIDAYS
CLINTON  ONLOOKER.
™6~« Bsr*
Whoever thai Clinton Onlooker be.
Must have the eyes of an owl,
For how could he know so much
If not up at night for to see.
At items he is very smart,
which would be very nice to read
If the sensible ones were not so few,
And were uot eo far apart.
'Tis true he is gifted with some wit,
No doubt he thinks eo himself,
But to pose as a Jack London,
Do you think he would be quite fit ?
He iB very much of a bore,
With experience will certainly le~rn
Mow to write i^od clean nt-wa,
So I will say no more.
This is not LOCO,
or Old Cariboo cither!
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More than half the battle in
cleaning greasy ashes is in the
so_»p you use. If it's Suniight Soap
it's the best. ea
Fir Seeds wanted,
C. A.. PHAIB,
>J( General   Merchant. ^
Outfits   and  Guide?   furnished
g)__f~      to  Hunting Parties.      Jtfg
Groceries, Hardware,   Drugs,  Photo
Supplies, Dry Goods, Etc.
LILLOOET     -     -     IB.     C.
For export, seeds of Douglas Fir and cedar I ^W^W^^WW^W^WW
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I will pay for clean seetl SI.00 for fir and $2 j
for cedar per pound.
Thc seed can be secured by gathering the
cones from the trees, and spreading ihetn on
a light floor, or on sheets; or on paper in a
dry room. In a few clays the cones will open
and the seeds drop out by stirring them occasionally.
Then clean the seed by usinp. a sieve, or by
pouring from one dish into another, in a light
breeze, to separate light seed and dirt,
Advise as soon as possible, the quantity
\ou have, and I will send directions aboul
shipping.   See my advertisement in this paper
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Is the western metropolis of Canada
and
THE NEWS-ADVERTISER
Is the newspaper that you should read
if you want to keep abreast of the
times.
Subscription price, Dally, $5.00;
Weekly, $1.00 a year. Send us 25c for
the Daily for a month and see for yourself   what   we   are.
P. O. Box S12, Vancouver, B. C.
M. J. Henry,
3010 WESTM R ROAD
Vancouver
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of i months afler dale apply to the
Commissioner of Lands and Works lo purchase 60 acres more or less of land in Lillooet
District commencing at a post near top of 17
mile hill west side nf waggon road thnn north
to my pre-emption then west to my post then
south to southeast post then east to initial
post. _
18 Mile House, THO?  J'CQtE
April i;, iwo.,1.
Trade Marks
DESIGNS
rrrv"i -      Copyrights Ac.
Anyone sendliiu ns-ltolrh ana deecriptlon mar
I    qiuoUll uncertain onr opinion f»-ee whether _m
I     invention Is probably piitctttublo,   Comuumiciu
,    tionsHfrlctly.oiiildetJtlal. llundliookon t'atenta
•(■ui fn-~. Oi<i<..t agency for aecurlnapotenu.
Patents taken tnrouuli MunmS Co. rccelvs
tr-.. i«i notice, without charge, in tbo
Scientific American.
A bnndsomclv tllttntratett wecklv. Inrrent ch-.
culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, 13 a
ypirr; lour months, |1. Sold bx all newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.3"*"*"" New York
Brands Owe©, "S. v st. W-uMsuttan. *~ 0 The Prospector,
CAYOOSH   CREEK,
On Feb. _-4~t.li, an article wns
"kindly eontribvited," on work
being, doneal Cayoosh creek falls | inspected i in. same
by the present, company. Tin;
Prospector hns ever since bec.ll
desirous of  visiting  tlie scene of
for the flume are already on the
ground, having been got out by
contract. We crossed the fa]is
onu stibstanliul foot-bridge, nnd
The sills
and limbers being 10x!t2 inches
nnd (lit;  bottom  4  inches thick,
ffiF
3iUI
iirnp
try.
LOOET.
■BUI
the coinpnny is doing.
operations,   and  witnessing the L1K| everything else hi propqr-
extent and magnitude of   that
work, now being conducted so j fciou* Sive U]]] evidence oi the
unobtrusively in-our midst; and.,substantial nature of the work
took advantage of the delightful weather on Mny 6th, and
visited the falls, accompanied by      The present force of men, which i
Mm. Armstrong and -Mrs. Jolm L\„ulel. liable forinauKhip of I
Marshall, and  a! horseback load |
uf merry children. | Air. Olson, who has acted in that,
From  lhe romantic old   ni-ili;h«-pu~~iby from the beginning, isi
lhe road skirls along the right  now engaged in getting out biiu-
bauk of Cayoosh  Creek, which in , , .   .     ,, ,i
. .    ... .  , hers   to be cut   into   blocks,   and
places roars,  baubles and tumbles over (lie boulders in ils bed, nlso timbers ior the erection of 2
until,  after  iwingling  ils waters mo,.,. JamH>  lobe  used  for  the
with  those of Lake Creek,  thev/. ... L.
.   ., , ,  r       '  , i   •" ' iliversijoii  ol water  Irom  side to
jointly   proceed   and  form   their i
junction wilh the mighty Fraser. •./'/''. as occasion tnay require.
oy beorge nuriey.
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■ LYTTON
Under   Entirely  New   Management.
Excellent  Accommodation for Travellers.
A  choice  and   varied  Assortment of liquors   and  cigars,
Good Stabling        —        — *      Charges Moderate.
WALTER C. KEEBLE,  PRQP'R.
lie rom
I   from   Ihe mill lo the,     T|lis  in .„i.|itiou   to othei
Donald and icG.llivray, Ltd.
IMPORTERS OF
General   Merchandise,
Clinton  B, C.
bottom of the fill its is aliout two
* nec-
., ..-.-!      I      i      I essury preliminary work, will ful-
mties in length : it is bordered on j '
the right by  Cayoosh creek, and i l.v  engage  their attention   until
... :  b**_________3 %_v BaaBHJ    Bin ^v_od^       ni fitfjucn TTlflrill WTrt.r__.i______r_.r_f_ l
on the lelt by mighty mountains hi1H ,Valer subside in  the f-iil   i
■     ■ '     ' -un. in sin   ilu   ,,ill. NEW CROP OF, HOME GROWN AND IMPORTED
>K GARDEN H F_ELD H & H FLOWER H SEEDS H
be   employed,    putting   in    the! WHOLESALE    AND   RETAIL
while lhe flat  over which it pass-1
•  , ,    .,,   „, _ J when a  larger force of men  wil
es is interspersed wit.i clumps ol
fluines   bttildin"' dams   and <vet- RH0D0DE!s'DR0NSt   rosis,   greenhouse and   hardy plants for spring plantinu
P/ CUT FLOWERS,   FLORAL WORK.   FERTILIZERS, BRE HIVES ANP SUPPLIES,
ting the claims iu complete orclVr
EASTERN PRICES OR LESS. CATALOGUE FREE, NO AGENTS
timber, wild rose bushes, berries
of many varieties and an abundance of beau I if nl flowers. .Some
ofthe.se were gathered aud made
to adorn  the dining  table,  and   tov permanent milling opera! mu
rooms of the company.    These
are situated on  a bench at the
^verend ofthe falls.   Thegva,, --,  "'iHE^RY'S    ITURSERIES
Considering the.shqrt time Hie
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J_.2_T1D       0'_?.'-^-AJ--^-H_2_T't,J_.-_-,     Tie,*E3'E33
, I present   Company  has been at L
jal young manager, J. E. John-   work,  having begun active Oper.-
SOI), kindly showed   us over the!     . ,,        ,r.    .._-'•_
, ', ,   •     ,      ,    , i       iul ions   on   Dec.   8th,  1)04,   the
works,  and  explained   what has ' '
already been done, and  the fn-  men are certainly entitled to the
•*
tare plans  contemplated.    The j highest  credit for the amount,
principal   works  are  situated at
3010 WIESTJVl'IR.   BOAD
YA^TCOUTBR
.
Iiorougliness,    economy
ami
NOTICE
Notice  is hereby given tlmt I shall at the
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I  shall  at  the
the top of the falls, consisting* at
present  Of   ll   CUt,   excavated   or j practical   COIIimoll sense of their I expiry of 6o clays apply for permission from j exI,jry „f 60 days from  ''ate,   apply for  per
blastedtlirougb    the   fall.    It is   work    am
150 feet long,  20  feet wide and;. . -,,-,,
c,- t    .   . ' ., ,        riii   ; we voice   the  common   desire 0f  lncl'commencing al   he>jS<"'1   b ev   Lam! in the District of Lillooet commencing
20 feet deep,    througli   solid bed- of Lot 225,  ihence Nor th 8u chains, thence
rock.   Iii addition, a former tun-  the community in wishing them  \\est   So chains, thence South Sochains,
liel  has been cleaned out   tilltl eil- ! fclie fllllerst- KUCCeMH   Ul'1 "■"' " Ithence East 80 chains to-initial point
...,-, l\„l   ,.,_,_,,,..__.'!   il    -. I ^e Chief Conimisssoner of Lands and Works  niission   from  tht. Chief Commissioner of
Ae .,.1  .issuic.i   MiaU|topnrchase64oacreson.,lldinLnU)0etD^|Lands and Workstopurchase64oacre80f
l.ll'ged,   serving   as  a   wastewav
mt thev
"  I Empire Valley,    }  ANTHONY BISHOP.
,, ',    ',. ,",, .      •     ,'.    may be amply  repaid  for their PAlarch 20,1905-, *.
througil which   the  water  is  ill- *' '  -        '
verted, to leave the cut dry and i labors. Of this, all doubt, if any
permit work lo be done there, exited, may be set at rest, foi
when   the creek is sufficient I v low
V for the tunnel to carry lhe water.
Owing to the present, stale of i
high wnter in the creek, the
sprang freshet now being on, this
cannot now lie done, ami the water is roaring through tlie tunnel
and passing througli the cut,
over tlie foils, making a most impressive sight. When the water
subsides in Ihe early fall, this
(tilt will be flumed \\ ith a flume
16 feet wide, paved with 12-iuch
bloCKS, which will be sufficiently
large to carry the water a! all
limes, and pern.il of miiiin
operations being carried on a
bead thereof, and on the sides
of the creek, at all seasons.
The timbers  silK lumber, etc..
although   it  will   yet   require a
large   outlay   to get   everything
NOTICE.
Notice is herehy given that 60 ilays from
date I intend totipply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands nud Works for permission to
ahout two mill's irom the North East corner
of Lot 225 thence North 80 chains thence
West So chains ih.-nce south 80 chains thence
East So chain's to initial point.
Umpire Valley,    |
M~.ch 20, 1905    )"
JOHN ARTHURS
NOTICE    -
Notice is hereby given that  I shall at thc
... ,   expiry ui 60 d;ivs front date apply for permts
purchase uo acres ol pastoral land  situated l.i
...... • .   -ion ll
in   Lillooet   District, ci-mincncing nt a post
ill   readiness,    we   were   informed Lt the northwest corn, r of Lot 536, marked
.,     .      1 , .,        , Elizabeth Foster's   Southwest   post,   ihence
I hat what new ground they have 1      , ,»   ,  .      , •      ,
I north S 1 chains, thence easi 4.0 chains, thence
been   able lo reach   and test, lull,   south 80 chains, thence   west   40 chains   lo
j point of commencement.
I Dated the Oth day) ELIZABETH FOSTER
•of April, 1905,   I
Alter looking over the works,
given satisfactory results,
After looking over the
we   returned   to   camp,   where a
NOTICE
, ,.   , 111 ,. Notice is hereby given that  60 days   from
subs ant nil ami elaborate tinner   , ,   , • ,    , ,   .',  ,   ,,., ,-i; tc'...   -.
! date I intend 10 appiv tu the Chief Commiss
ion! tho Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works to purchase 640 acres of land in
the District of Lillooet commencing about
three miles fn ni North Knsl corner of lot 225
thence North 80 chains lhanCe West So chains
ihence South So chain.-, thence Last So chains
to initial point.
Umpire Valley, i    MARGARET BISHOP.
March du, 1903 j"
EGTiCE
Notice  is  hereby given that I shall at the
awaited us, to which we did ntu-jio|,er °< Landsnud Works foi  permission to ex,,irv of 60 days from date apply for permls-
purchase 32b i_c.es of Pastoral land  .limited Bion from the Chief Commissioner of Lands
pie   justice.        Alter, all  hour or j ;„  Ll||ooei District,  on Thomas J.  Cole's ,.,„,  Worka   tu purchase 640 acres of land ii_
g I tWO silent   ill   pleasant*. COIIVersa-   t"oumnin'   C'>mnle~.ri~g   al a  post mark..'.', lh,.  Ui,u~rl   0£  Lillooet commencing about
"                                                              '''''    Moses Foster's west p ist, thence north 40 four miles from North East coriM. of lot aa5
tion,   we    returned    home,    ail'd   chains, thence east-80 chains, thence south thence North80chains thonce^West80chains
.    .,                 .            ...        ,               40 chains, thence west So chains to point ol ihenoe Soiuii .80 chains thence Esst 80 ohain*
shall    remember    with    pleasure commencement.
lo Initiul point.
mi' ;, isil lo I avon
*|l C'l'eel. Falls. bl">Htr.rl this 5th rfa>   \        MOSES L>0STERl    Empire Valley, I WILLIAM BISHOP
March 20, i ny 1

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