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Vol. 5. No. 25.
LILLOOET, B.C., SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1903.
$1.00 a year.
A Specialist Discusses
•   Poultry Raising.
Tho following is a Hynop.is of an a<l-
1 dress   by Mrn, Ma TiUoti, of West Sal-
;em, Wi..', wlio  lias  lieon conduct'tig u
i series of   poultry  iiistiuile meetings  in
\rova St;i tia:
We may butt.l a dry, sunny, warm hen
house,  feed  wt-ll-lialane. d   raiioiin, and
be  kind,   faithful   im._t.r-, yet   defeat
ourselves in pouliry culture l>\ allowing
na9ty pir-i-ite. on and around in.in.
There are abiu'* nine kind-of lice and
four kinds   of initea infe.tinx  poultry.
Some of the li e, notably the large, grey
head louse, are  blood-suckers, but mo-o
of them  are  tilth   feeders.    The   peat.
differ in size, color and -hap., but rein
edi_l nieaeures do not differ so much.
A few general directions aie:
Remove nianuie   daily   if possible,
and scrape the perches.   Provide a mellow dust box free from lumps, in which
the fowl may clean themselves.   Keep it
it in a sunny p'ace aud stir ana *-v~~
it  often.    Sifted coal allies under  the
beak,   wings  and vent will  help to rid
the birds ot lice.
It is necessry, for thorough cleaning
to have   moveable nests and perches.
Wide perches prevent crooked breast
bones and are a necessity for large fowl.
Premier Prior's Policy
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Premier Prior and the provincial Secretary arrived in Vancouver in the beginning' of tlie
week. It is stnted that they intend visiting Ottawa, to consult
with    the   Federal   government.
Among the iirportn.nt points to
lie taken up will lie the Mongolian nnd the Fisheries questions.
The Government of this province
is convinced, the premier stated,
Ihnt traps are necessary to the
success of tlie fishing industry in
Canadian waters, lie would up
prove of it more liberal policy to
encourage the salmon canners iu
competition with the United
States on Piiget Sound. The
Natal act is to tie re-enacted. As
is well known, the educational
testis applicable to Chinese its
well iis Japanese, premier prior
says Japanese are to be excluded
as.far as it is in his power to do
so. The Government hns promised economy in the administration of the revenues and is determined to replenish the treasury
by Collecting all taxes in arrears.
The railway policy is to be very
liberal. Assistance is promised
to all roads that help materially
in developing the resources of
the country. The premier strong
-ly favors in general terms n, mil
way from Vancouver to the north, and intimates Unit such
would have the assistance of the
Government.
The news has reached Mi*. Jos.
Dickey of the death of one of his
sons itt Vernon.
Notice.
TAKE NOTICE lhat Samuel Gibbs, of
Lillooet. has no authority from this date
to collect or do any business for me
whatsoever,
W.J. Abercrombie,
Vancouver,
.Hnuarv 5th 1908.
Vse Lever's Dry Soap (a powder) to
wash woolens and flannels,—you'll like
it " 32
WANTI.I)- Sl-Vl-UAL I..K-ONS 0- Cil A It
miter aiul goon* reputation in eacili -tale [one
in lliin county rcqlilrurl ] in re|ii-.sent, nnd mlv-
erlis- olil tJ-lalilt-ll-tl wciillhy Imsiness house
of sol ill liioiiK'iiil Hlaiiillng, Bnlary tfls.nn weekly Willi <!\|i-iiscn ilililillnlliil, nil :»iyn.lilc ill
ensh ench Wciinesilay (11 rent from llie hoatl
0 111 eet. Horse mill earrliigea fiirnisiict, when
necessary. Heferences, Enclose self-mlilress-
eil slainpeil envelope,
Milliliter, III ll.CuX loll    llnililing, Clllcilgo,
Road our special
offer on tlie
third page.
Ross Wins
In By-Elections.
The Liberals under Premier
lloss carried all Unci'seats in the
Ontario by-elections last* Wednesday.   The results are:
North Norfolk—Little (Liberal)
defeated Snider (Chnservutive)
by 55.
North Perth—Brown (Liberal)
defeated Monteith (Conservative
by 172, with two pulls  missing.
North (ri»'\-**--Mcliiiy (Liberal]
deleaved Boyd (Conservative) by
2*5(> with   one poll missing.
1 Chance For
Temperance.
belated returns from outlying
districts indicate that the total
vote east on Dec, 4th is coming
very near tin* required 212,ooo
votes to put the Liquor Act Into
force. The ret urns received last
are from East Victoria* and swell
the Temperance vote to over
2oo.ooo. There are yet three Hidings from which no returns have
been received, namely, Fort William nnd Lake of the Woods,
Gren ville and North Nipissiug.
With Premier Koss in the ascendancy the belief is that the o-
pen bar and the treating system
must go.
Fatal Accident at Clinton.
A very sad accident occurred at
(Million last Wednesday night.
While coast ing, young I'Yed Soues, only son of Mr. I1'. Soues,Government agent, was so severely
injured I hat hedied ait I wo o'clock
yesterday morning. Young Soues
was ii promising yout h of ahout
14years, Mr. antl Mis.Soues will
have the heart-fell sympathy of
the whole community iu their sad
bereavement.
Sir Wilfred's Health.
Sir Wilfred Laurier is now as
strong mentally and physically
as he was five years ago, says
Arthur l>nns.Tean, editor of La
Presse, Montreal, who hits return
ed from a visit to the Premier
in Florida.
Principal McCabe's Will
Disputed
Joseph McCain, sou of late
principal McCa.be, of Ottawa, is
contesting his father's will. Dr.
McCabe married two weeks before his <len,th and madeoverall
his life insurance to his young
bride.
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$K Brief Despatches #
The bank of Montreal has increased its capitalization by |2,
000,000.
bussin.'s efforts to secure control of llie Manchuria Customs
nre being blocked by Great Britain and Japan.
A detachment of 100 Doers who
have volunteered for military ser
-vice in Sonialila.nd sails from
Cape Town next week.
Mr. Fred Cook has lieen re-elect
-ed Mayor of Ottawa by acclamation.
The special train bearing Mr.
Chamberlain and his party arriv.
ed at Pretoria at midnight of
Jan. 4. The Colonial Secretary
met with tin enthusiastic reception.
Gothenburg System
It is said that the Manitoba
Government intends introducing
legislation at the approaching'
session of the Legislature, providing for the adoption of the Gothenburg liquor system, ns a
compromise for the Temperance
people. Principal Patrick, of
Manitoba College, a friend of the
Attorney General strongly urges
its adoption, and his sayings are
inspired by the Government,
Castro Defeated.
According to despatches, a severe battle took place last Saturday "ighfc, within three miles
ofthecityof Caracas, resulting
favorably for the revolutionist's.
They arecuttingnll the telegraph
lines, and are hourly ev peeted in
the neighborhood of the city. It
is iio longer a secret that the til-
lies sire assisting the revolutionists.
A Surprise.
The election for Mayor of Toronto has resulted iu a great surprise. It was generally conceded that the tight lay between the
candidate who had the support
of the Conservatives and the Liberal noininee. Mr. Uuqtiart, the
Temperance candidate, who, it is
said, had not the support of a
single dailo paper, was tlin choice
of the people.
bossland, 11. ('.—Peter Swansoil
convicted of having gold-bearing matte, stolen from the North
-port Smeller, in his possession
Wiis to-day sentenced to twelve
mouths' imprisonment in the
Provincial Goal Nelson, whence
he has been removed.
London.—Sir Thomas Lipton
will spend at least #1,000,000,
and possibly more, in his third
wffort to lift the America's Cup
next Slimmer. Having twice suffered defeat, Sir Thomas will
leave no stone unturned, nothing
unspent which might crown his
third attempt with success.
Enormously rich diamond fields
nre reported north of Pretoria.
The steel corporation hits announced it profit-sharing scheme
to 'ts w'.rkers.
Marconi has seat experts to
make tests in the Rockies. Ile
cohtempi Ltes a trans-Canada ser
vice.
China 1ms paid the January installment of the international
indemnity on a silver hasis, alleg
-ing tlmt it was impossible to
pay in gold. THE  PROSPECTOH, LTIJ.00.1_T, B.C., JAN. 10, 100:3.
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THE  PROSPECTOR.
PUBLISHED   EVERY    SATURDAY
at lillooi•:., B.C.
BY tiik runs. K~roll rriii.isiii.su  coMl'ANV
THE PROSPECTOR Is Hie only paper published in Hi. Lillooet District, and is all home
Printed.
Sulisrri|il iuus: Onr Diillnr a yen I' ill mlviinrr.
Advoi'tlsliiR I'Rlcfi mnde known on application.
Con-SpOlld-tlC- is invited on nil nmtn-rs nl
jnililic or local Intercut, All (•oiniiiiinlriiliniis
miisi  In' Hcconipanled by  tbe  name   nf   llie
\V idler, Iiul lint 11 ecus Ml I ily for Jill III icn I inn.
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What they Say
Tlie visit of Messrs Teeple aud
Getlimn.ii to Lillooet has renewed
confidence in the report that this
year will see a stir in mining operations in this section. Mr. Tee-
pie has, of course, most to say
about the preparation.- tlmt tire
being made for building the monster dredge on tlie Lowa-Lillooet
Company's property. He remarks
tha.t lie has spent months in examining tlie Fraser gravels and
is fully convinced tlmt no better
opportunity exists than till at offered by the Lillooet gravels for
extensive and profitable dredge
work.
Familiarity with the conditions
tlmt prevail only tends to intensify thecoiiviction that things on
the Company's property are exceptionally favorable. For some
miles above the claim the river
hows th roll h a narrow, rock-walled gorge, and heavy material is
swept on to points below the Lillooet bridge, where the channel
widens out and the current is
comparatively slow. Here, the
long stretch of wide channel, the
eoinparnlive absence of rocks,
and the extensive acreage of low
bars, present a picture that "tills
the eye" of the gold-seeker.
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NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that application
will be madetothe Legislative Assembly of
the Province of British Columbia at its next
Session for an Act to incorporate a Conipany
with power to build, equip, maintain and operate aline or lines ot Railway of standard
gauge from n point at or near Ila/.lelon hy
the must feasible and practicable route to a
point mi the No'nhern Boundary of British
Columbia*, at or near Teslin I ake or Atlin
Lake, or both; also.fiotn llazleton by the
most feasible and practicable route via the
Skeena, I'abinc, Driftwood, Omineca and
Kinlay Rivers lo Peace River I'ass, or I ne
River or both, thence Easterly to the East-
em boundary of the said Province, with : u-
lliority also to Construct, equip, maintain and
REPEATING  RIFLES
repeat. They don't jam, catch, or fail to extract.
In a word, they are the only reliable repeaters.
Winchester rifles are made in all desirable
calibers, weights and styles; and are plain,
partially or elaborately ornamented, suiting every
purpose,  every   pocketbook,   and  every  taste.
WINCHESTER   AMMUNITION
made for all kinds of shooting in all kinds of guns.
PQPP__Send name and address on » Postal
rntt     f.rour 164-page Illustrated Catalog.
WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., NEW HAVEN, CONN.
ASTHMA CURE FREE.
Asthmalene brings instant relief and permanent |
Cure   In   All   Cases.
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The Ballot-Box
The cry of corruption, bribery
and |>(*rtsoii;i.tioii(!oiiiHS siiniilhiii-
eoiisly from iMontrenl, Toronto
and Nortli Victorin. Mr. Joseph
Hruneti, of the St. James division
of Montreal, has been unseated
and disqualified for seven years.
A fine of $50 each lias been imposed on personabors hired by
liquor men to falsify the recent
referendum vote in Ontario, anil
now charges are made that per-
sonators <>ii.ve I'aterson the majority iu North Victoria. This
has not been proved, bub we hope
that, if the cliarg'e is proved,
something more than a mere fine
will be meted out bo bhe offenders. To insinuate, as some of
our exchange-) do, that both parties use these methods, does nob
lessen blieguilb nor the necessity
for drasbic measures against offenders. To play wicks with the
ballot-box is bhe highest treason
oiminst our free institutions antl
should be treated as such.
-i   iiHiou in renewed. Mention tin. paper   operate branches Infill nny points on the pr
AdilreVs:       TIIK l'l'llUC, '
IInil y l.uihting, Oii ca'qo, Ii i„
Mining Property for sale
In British Columbia.
Tender*, nre    lu'vllt'il   lor   llie  wliulu ni 111«■
1.1in-c11y.  ine.liniintf   ('inwn  (iranl-il   chiiris,
mill siie, 1'yiiiiid ill, (  ii |*iii-iiy -If) In .'ll mis
ilnily), Iriiniwny, assay nitleu, lnlniriiim y uiul
inll i'<|iii|iini'iit. nl' ihe Toronto    till* I   Hold
I: ri-1. Tn in i y I,lint led, si Inn Id In I lie Lillooel
ills rli! | nl' lliilsli i iiliinilini; Iri'e linliliK ilu*
Mnile. Whale, Mm.arch nml Ui'liiiinl Villi!
iiiiiies wliieli nre Cioivu i^iiiir.eil also ihe
N'orlli Star, (iiilil.n Hti'i|iu, (iolileii li.iji «-. iiuliy
aiul jiuiiiiu mineral elitini, in I lie mi ine ilisi
lii-i. tngulliur wilh a Imi Hlainp mill, machine
itl ills aiul uI tier ci|lli nine Ills. Cash leiulei s lur
llie whole properly ine ie*|in's eil Iiul
ntf'is foi; working ii|iiiiius ur for porll
uf llie properly «ill he i-nii-iili'ii'il
posed line or lines not exceeding in any one
case one hnneted miles in length ami wilh
power to construct, acquire, own and maintain wharves and ducks in connection therewith; ami to ctinsltilct, own, acquire, equip
and maintain steam and other vessels and
lmats and operate the same on any navigable
waters, nnd lo construct, operate and main-
lain telegraph and telephone lines along the
routes of said Railway and its blanches or
in connection therewith and to transmit messages f.n Commercial purposes and collect tolls
therefor, and to acquire and receive from any
(lovernnieiil, Corporations of persons, grants
ul land nidus uf way money, bonuses, privileges or other assistance in aid of the construction of the Company's undertaking and
to connect wiih and enter into traffic or other
liniii i l.e   arrangements with    railway,    steamboat or
former group tint) Ions of ore Iihn linen iiiilluil, other companies and for all rights powers and
Mill, nn assay value apiiioxiinaliiig flll.Ofl lo pHvileges ricces'.arv Usual or incidental to all
jn nu   W'agdii roiiil fioin Itnilroail lu mill, 'llie , ,        .    '   .,
..,.,,       , ...        , .orally  ol the aluresaid  purposes.
wlioloin the iiliuvi!  will lienr lonking InUi   anil I J ■     ' ,;
Iiivestigiilioiiaml ni excepiimnilly  inipiir-     Dated thisjid day of December, A.I). 190-'.
Cornwall & Kogers,
Unit aiul valuable   group  nfc.hiiuts   wilh   full
working e*|iii|iinent.    l-ull piiiiieuhirs 11111.V   lie
hail   un   np|ilie.titioii     tu    l-ilgar    Itlooinllelil
l.ii|iiiilntur, I', i). liux 7i:i, Vancnuver ll i:.
Solicitors for the Applicants.
Where there is no excess nil
things are cheap. Where bhere
has been little waste there is little
want.
Subscribe for The "Prospector"
$100 per annum
CHAINED
FOR TEN
YEARS
RELIEF
T 11 0 r e    is    nothing   I ' k .    A h t h -
01   1 ' u n i' .      1 1     It r. i 11 g i 11 h t tt 11. t
re I i I' f ,       even     in      tli •'      »   o   r  h t
!• 11   - I' «  . I I      I'll I if     WI'I'll      all     else   t' III*.
lhe Uev. ('.. I'". WKI.I.S, 01 Villa Kulge, f
IM, says: •'• Vour ii'in'l hoille ul A. llifiiulene
received in good eoii'l'ilii'ii. I i:.innu' tell you
how llianklull feel for ilu- good derived from
it.- I was a slave, chained with putrid siiref
lliiuat and Asthma lur 'K-ii tUils.' ''I dtSpaired
ol ever being e.uieil. t_suw your adveiliseinent J
loi the line ul Ihis iheudllll and toi'ineuling
disease, Asllnna, ami I'I nliglll you .li.fld over-1
spoken yourselves, hut i:es,ulved to give il a
hi,I.     Tu   my.astonishment,  lite Ittal acted likej
a charm.     Send   me ii' luli si/u   I'lotl'le."
W_\',    l)i*.    \-torrlH    Wi-ilisl. r
Kiihlii .d the C'ong.   Ilnaj {l,iael.
Ni'W    Vnrk,   |an.    }     MJOI.
IHIS.   I'AI'I' "llttt>S.'    M Ivfil. IN I*:    en., .
itieiit'leilieii!     S'oiu    Asilnnalene   is   an •]
excellent   leineily' for _ Aslhnui ami  Hay   I'ever   f|
anil   ils I'lilnpiisil iuii iilleviiiles all 'troubles which f|
coinhiii- with Asthma.     Its sineiss i.s astonishing
and  \\■ m 1 If 1 ful.
After  having   ii
no   iipiiun,   niiiiplinu
-iiiMiliy   analy/ied,   we   can slate   lhat     Asthmalene    contains   *
1:1.
rn "iul" in   ni e in 1. Very hilly yours, '   •
KKV.  UK.  MOKKLS  WKCII.SI.ICR,
Aio.s  SruiMis,   NV \'.   I'Vo. 1, 1901.
MkIHi'IN'I'.   Ci). , . - ,     i     . ,,,
write   1I1U   li'sliuniiiial   lioin    a    sense   ol duly,   having  tested the
1)K.  TAI'T  linos
(leullemeii;
W'.nnleiliil   ell'eet ol     y 1 ti    \. ,1 n ,     i-    for    |h-j   cine   of   Asllnna.      My   wife I 'lifts   liettl
all irii'd   with  spasmoilic   nsiluini    lor    tlie   pistl'ia yeiti's'.     lilavhlg  exhlutsled   my own   V
-kill  as well as ill 11  ol    many   oili'is,     I    eliAuced    to   see   your   sign    upon    your   will-
hows oil   i30st.ee!,   New Vol ll.      I  al nine'oliiaineil a   bottle  uf asilrmaleiie.     My   wife
commenced    Inking   ii  about   the   liisi    of Novcnilu'i.     I very   soon   noticed   a   oulica
improvement..   Alter  using ope bottle  her  asllnna had di,sjippeii 1 eil  aiid.-she   is entirely
hee    1    all   syuipl s.     I    leel    1i1.1t   I can   consistently   recommend   the   medicine
i'1    all    who   are  idflicied   wilh   ihis    distiessihg 'disease*   'Voiirs    respectfully,
;>..,' ,0. I).   rill''l.l'S,   M. 1).
Dit.   Tait   linos.   Mkiiuhnk Co. .. ..,I'eb. 5. 1901.
(lenlh'inen: I was Humbled with Asthma or 22 years. 1 have hied numerous
remedies, but thoy have all lulled. I run across your adveilisenient and started wilh
a trial bottle. I found relief al once. I have since purchased your full-sized bottle,
and I am ever grateful. I have a family of lour children, an.l for six years was
unable to Work. I am .now in In: host iif health and am doing business every
day.     Ihis   testimony jou can make such use of  us ynu .see tit. i..-
Home  address, 255,   Kivington sheet. S.    Raphael,
■ ;;• ■ 67 Kast 129th st.,   New  York City.
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Trial bottle sent absolutely free on receipt of postal.
Do   not delay.    Write  at   once,   addressing  Dit.   TAI'T   ISUOS'  M KDICINK CO.,
] asl   130th  St.,    N.   X. City.
Sold by all Druggists.
LILLOOET ANI) lUUDftl. UIYER STORES.
J, DUNL0
(3EisrEii^-A_xJ   D^3UK,cs:_A.^r_r
Miners Supplies.^^P^
•'■   ' ■   '•' '       liTLX-OO-BT-'_3..(_3.     ■'*-''
Branch-Store at Bridge River where a
full stock of General Merchandise and Miners Outfits are on Hand.1
J. Dunlop, General Merchant, Lillooet, B;G THE  PROSPECTOR, LTLLOOET, B.C., JAN. 10, 1903.
Sie following  extracts  from a letter re-
froni an old fellow-townsman, J.U.S.
lottom,  may prove interesting to many
readers.    It will be  remembered  that
friend recently left town on  his  faithful
. feeble cayuse bound for Seattle.    Ed.)
—Letter No. 1 —
Ibii'tuiiieti from Inst week.
liave never forgotten tlie Vic-
lof Wakefield you used to rend
Sue, antl at trading I could
j*e little Monch pointers, I cnn
sure yon.
[Hie iiinre surpassed my expec-
|| ions and proved to lie the very
1st of pack horses. It took us
(ir dnys from this|»laceto rench
•inceton, which wns gained l»e-
•re our supplies gave out. Mad
f>t the grouse been fairly plenti-
it would have gone hard with
Princeton is a somewhat small
id quiet town, with one street
ing direct between the Similkn-
een and Tulaneeii  rivers.    At
itch end of the street there is a
ridge over ench river.   There is
coal mine being worked ou the
iniilkaineeu.   1 visited the mine
[ind from the appearance of the
oal I should sny it is of good
quality.
At this point my companion
lecided to seek nil  the inforinn-
ion obtainable ns to the route
ive would have  to tnke  to find
Slate Kiver,  Washington   territory, and he nsked me, ns a favor
not to make any inquiries, as we
klllght confuse ench other, but he
nssured ine thnt once we were ou
'the summit of the Cascades nil
our troubles would lie over tis he
was quite at home there.   I devoutly hoped he would  lie, but 1
wondered what his iden, of home
|) meant.   However 1 carried out
his wishes, stud mnde uo inquiry
which I much regretted afterward.
My companion was,apparently,
* quite satisfied with the information he hnd obtained  and  recklessly   invested  two dollars and
twenty-five cents in grub which,
he assured  me, would be quite
sufficient    for our needs sis we
be at home iu a  few days.    We
started on ,the left bank of the
Siinilknmeen river on the lionch
liver trail  whicli  we reached iu
|  two  dnys.   At ltoach river my
companion produced hismapand
written   instructions.   His map
wns the funniest thing I ever did
see, lt~at yours hollow, and his
instructions took the cake   for
i,'
,   ambiguity.   vVe deciphered them
as follows: Follow Similkameen
untilyou reach .touch river, cross
this river until you strike the
j prober head ofj.lieSiinilkntneen
nnd this will bring you to the
summit of the cascades and iu
the vicinity of Slat*1 Creek.
No information was given as
to how we were to distinguish
ltoach river from Friday ('reek,
or Siinilkameeii or Tysaton rivers.
JBlllbS ior Fall or Spring planting.
Seeds, Plants,
Trees,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
REE SUI'I'LIES,
ERUITRASKETS,
FERTILIZERS.
Catalogue free.
M. J. Henry,
3009, Westminster  Koad,  Vancouver, R.C.
Wit I'll.   I.AHOK ONI Y.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that application
will he made to the Legislative Assembly of
lhe Province of British Columbia at its nexl
•essioii foran Act to incorporate a Company
with power to lay out, construct, equip, operate by steam, electricity,   or other  motive
power, and mail? ain a single or double track
standard or narrow gauge railway (a) from a
point from a point on   the  coast  at or  near
Hit ike Channel or Kentinck Arm, then by
way    of     the   liella   Coola    River,    Palmer's Trail and lllaoli Water River lo lhe I'ine
Kiver Pass   or   Vellpwhead   Pass,    or  bulb,
thence to the Eastern   boundary of the  said
Province, (It)   and from a   point at   or near
where the line of the railway   mentioned ab-
c \c intersects the one hundred and twenty
tilth meridian to a point near lliiri'ard Inlet.
And  with   further power to build, construct,
coulp,   maintain and   operate  as   aforesaid
branch lines of lhe said Railway not exceeding 150 miles  iu length; and wilh power to
build and operate iraniwnvs  in  Connection
therewith.   And  witli power to construct, c-
cpiip, maintain and operate all necessary roads,
bridges, ways, lorries, steamboats,   wharves,
docks, elevators,  wan houses, hotels, depots
and Coal bunkers.   And with power to build,
own, equip, operate and   maintain  telegraph
and telephone lines in   connection   with  the
said railway or its branches, and to const met,
equip, maintain and operate branch lines iu
connection wilh.said telegraph and telephone
lines.    And wilh power to carry on a general
transportation liu.-iness.    And to build   anil
operate all kind 4  of plant for   the purpose of
supplying light, heat, electricity, or any kind
nf motive power.    And lo acquire hinds, Im*
nUses, privileges, or other aids from any Government,   Municipalities, persons,  or oilier
bodies corporate.    And with power to carry
on a general Express business; and lo promote
companies; and lo make  traffic, or other arrangements wiih Railway, steamboat or other
companies.     And  with   power lo const met,
acquire, operate and dispose of smelters, re
duel ion, refining, concentrating or other works
for lhe handling and   treatment of ores, ami
to acquire, operate and dispose of coal lands;
and with power to expropriate lands  for the
purposes of tlie Company; and to lake such
powers as are  given   to   Companies  under
Part 4 of the   "Water   Clauses Consolidation
Act, 1897."
And wilh power to levy and collect tolls
from all persons using, and on all freight
passing over any such railways, tramways,
wharves or voxels owned or operated by the
Comp my. And with power to build wagon
roads lo be used in the construction of the
said railway, and in advance of the same, and
lo levy and collect lolls from all persons using,
and on all freight passing over any such roads
luilt for the Company, whether be-fore or
after the construction of the Railway. And
with power to sell out its undertaking,-and to
purchase the undertaking of any other company, and wilh all other usual, necessary or
incidental rights, powers or privileges as may
he necessary or conducive lo the ahuve objects
ur any of them.
DATED at Victoria, B.C., this second
day of December, A.D., 1902.
ROBERTSON & ROBERTSON,
Solicitors lot iK« applicants
Lillooet District
is
Attracting Attention
on account of
1. Its Fraser River Placers-       ^g
As far back as tlie year 1858, successful placer mining was carried on at Horse Beef
bar, near the town of Lillooet. The adjoining ground is being worked with profit at
the present time,
A company is now working a gold dredger on the Fraser, with gratifying success, and
a new company has been formed with a capital of $:>50,0(X), to operate an improved
dredge near the town of lillooet.
2. Its Promising Mineral Lands.
ANDERSON lake and Kii-Dui. RIVER mining properties will prove themselves sufficient to
form a prosperous camp. Yet there are miles of territory that remain unprospected.
3.Jts^]shing ajidJHuntmg Grounds--^3^
Increasing numbers of tourists from all parts of the globe testify that the sportsman's
Paradise is here.    Mountain sheep, bear, deer, and all kinds of large and small game
abound.    Anglers find the lusty trout where least expected, and fresh salmon cease to,
be a luxury.
4. ItsSalubno^
In the dry belt, and at an altitude that renders the seasons temperate and equable,
the climate is most suitable for health-seekers.    Semi-tropical fruit maybe grown, and
at the present time, November, rosebushes and geranium plants may be seen in bloom
in the gardens of the town
Nearest ttailway towns are ashcroft and lvtton, on the Canadian pacific railway.
"Prospector" Club Offers.
Manitoba FreePress and Prospector for $ 1.50
The Manitoba Free Tress with its weekjv Supplement gives 28 pages of reading matter every week. In addition to this, 22 admirable
painting reproductions will be given. For $1.50 we will have the Eree I'ress, the 22 paintings and The Prospector sent to you for
one year,
The Family Herald and Weekly Star, 2 Premium
paintings, and The PRospectOR, Club Rate: $1.50.
The two beautiful pictures  "PUIUTV" and "ALONE" whicli are to be presented with the Family Herald are 2» x 28 inches
size, and are suitable for framing.
7*\
*
*
k<
All
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone sending a nketch and description may
'"' ascertain our opinion free whether an
Inrentlon Is probably patentable.  Communications irtrtoUyconlliU      *  " ■-•--- •■ •
sent free. Oldest ag
ypnu
t Ions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents
lent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive
tptciai notice, without charge. In the
Scientific American.
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest circulation of any scientific Journal. Terms, $3 a
year: four months, »1. Sold by alt newsdealers.
MUNN&C0.3«'Bro.-w.„r ■
Branch Office, <U5 1
1F 8U Washington,
I.   Terms, <3 a
11 newsdealers.
New York
Ington.IXC.
The Weekly Witness  price $1.00
The World Wide  1.00
Northern Messenger 30 TOP
The Prospector 1.00
Total value 3.30
$
1.75
Special. We were successful in our last Club offer, and will now make
a special offer.    We will send you all the above papers viz: Manitoba
Press, Montreal Star, Witness, world wide, Northern Messenger,
Prospector, and the 24 premium pictures for $3.oo. THE  PROSPECTOR, LTLLOOET, B.C., JAN. 10, 1903.
M    LOCAL   NEWS.       <|
.Messrs 'lVeple nnd (ielliiimn, nf
Iowa, Ciiine in Inst Stilnrtlnv on
luisiness in connection with the
] no posed new tlredjie. Mr. Tee-
pie confirms the report tint three
new dretl»es will be Itnilt nntl op-
em ted "between this town nnd
Lvtton.
Paul Santini,
GI_NI_ltAI. MERCHANT, l.ll.l-OOET, 15. C.
carries a   full stock of all kinds of Groceries,  Dry Goods.
Boots and Shoes, Hardware tfec-
MINERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
Mr. J.C. Morrison, dentist, who
Miisfornierly Plll/fic School tenth
ei'iifc Lillooet, is visiting'frientls
jn town.
The  report thab the   Lytton
dredge had fonntlered is not true.
The Public Schools opened hist
Tuesday.
VV.G.Manson returned this week
from his trip to the (.oast.
Dr. Mather, of New vVestminster, lias come to town to take
up  Ids   permanent abode here.
Messrs VV. M. and T. Brandon,
who have been spending' ('hrist-
mas vacation with their brother
in Trail, returned to town on
the B.X, stage Inst Monday.
J.N.J. Brown left for Vancouver'this week.
Use Lever's Pry S->np (a powder) to
wash woolens and flannels,—you'll like
it. 32
The Rev. Mr. high will conduct
Divine services in St. Mary's
Church next Sunday both morning and evening.
An important capture of illegal
whiskey sellers wsis made in town
this week by constable Hume.
The leader of the gang, a Chinaman, tried to effect his escape by
flight. When he came near the
Martley flat, being still pursued,
he kicked off his boots, ami for
some distance sped like a. deer.
But fear and fatigue eventually
slackened his pace antl the constable overtook and arrested liim.
Next day a fine of $50 wan imposed on him and lesser lines on
his confederates.
Miss LaUochelle left town this
week for the Coast where the family will reside iu future.
The B.C. Gazette announces the
appointment of IJ.. W. Rowlands,
of Ashcroft, to preside over the
Court of Revision and Appeal for
the Ashcroft Assessment District
vice John Lawrence, resigned.
To Recognize Purity.
Adulteration has grown to such a
fine art, that it is almost impossible for a woman now-a-days to detect the false from the true; but a
chemical analysis will always detect
adulteration. Prof. W. Hodgson
Ellis, Official Analyst to the Dominion Government, after a number of
analyses, reports that "Sunlight
Soap is a pure and well-made soap."
Try Sunlight Soap—Octagon Bar-
next wash day, and you will see that
Prof. Ellis is right. No one should
know better than he.       210
Notice.
Mr. \V. F. ALLEN begs to notify his
friends and n-ii un is ll'nl tin' l'ioneer lintel will ciftinue under his management nnd
direction mu il In her notice. Mr. Allen assures his friends ami the travelling pill ilic
generally that the test nf care and attention
will be bestowed on all who patronize the
l'ioneer liotel.
W. F. ALLEN,
Lillooet, January, 1903.
R.F.Anderson&Co
NI.V>' VVIW.MINHTI.il, It. 0.
General Hardware,
Ticks and Shovels,
Axes, Hoes Si Hakes,
Bar Iron, Drill Steel,
Oils, Paints, Ac.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that nn application will be made by the Canada Central
Railway Conipany to the Parliament of Canada at the neu session thereof for an Act
giving the said Company power to construct
and operate the following lines from or in
connection with the main line of the sai.l
Railway:—
1- From some print nt or near
Sudbury in lhc Province of Ontario to a point
.it or near Scotia Junction; thence southerly
ton point at or near I al.. mi or Sturgeon
Lakes i.i the townships of Moxley, Verulam
or Fenelon, continuing southerly to the City
of Toronto.
2- From some point on the
main line in the District of Keewnlin or in
District of Sackatchewan, to I'..it Churchill
on Hudson's Bay.
3-- A continuation of its main
line from 'lets Juan Cache by way of the
The Thompson and Fraser River valleys to
Vancouver, or New Westminster,
4-- From some point on the
Thompson Kiver or some of its tributaries to
Waddington Harbor or linte Inlet.
5-- From a point near the old
site of Fort Assiniboia to some point on the
Peace River and westerly to the Portland
Canal on the Pacific.
6, From some point on the main
line of said Railway at or near the Montreal
River in the Province of Ontario easterly to
some point on the Oaiineau River in the
Province of Ontario,
And In e'.crcise with regard to
such lines all the powers and privileges given to the said Company by its Act of Incorporation.
DATED at Toronto this 10th day of
January, 1903.
Johnson & Falconbridge.
Solicitors for the applicant.
METHODIST CHURCH.
- HalfVearly Report-
Income
Lily       $8.80
'August     9,55
September 10,30
October     9,35
November 8,00
December 8,55
Expenditure
Oil $250
Wood 5.00
Salary      47,05
Total     $54.55 Total     $54,55
Thanks are due tc Mrs. ('arson of Pavilion
for plentiful supply of Farm produce.
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS
AGAINST THE  KSTATE OF WILLIAM
HUNTER VADER, deceased
Pursuant to the order of the Honorable
Mr. Justice S ott made herein mi the 30th
day of October, A.D. 1902, notice is hereby given that the creditors of and other
persons hailing claims against the Estate
of the above named deceased, do, within
seven weeks after 'lie first publication of
this order, send in their names nnd addresses and full particulars of their claims
together with a statement of the securities
[if any) held by them, verifying the same
by statutory declaration, and the names
and addresses of their advocates f if any ]
to Messrs Reck, Kmery & Dubuc of the
Town of Edmonton, in the District of Al-
liertn,  Advocates for the Administrator.
And take furtliei notice that after the
expiration of the term aforesaid the said
administrator will beat liberty to distribute
the assets of the said deceased or any pint
thereof, amongst the parties entitled there-
to, having regard only to the claims of wdiich
he then has notice.
Dated at Edmonton this 15th day of November, A.D. 1902.
BECK, EMERY" & DUBUC,
Advocates lor the Administrator,
First publication 3rd day of January, A.D |
1903.
Canadian
Pacific Ry.
Trains depart as follows:
ASHCKOFT
Ka-(hound 23.14 \\   slboitnil   2.40
LVTTON
Eastbound 20.57 Westbound   5.31
TOURIST CARS
To St. Paul—Daily
Toronto-Monday & Friday
Montreal & Boston-Wed.
Elegant Equipment
♦K      Lowest Rates       )K
)K Steamships from •*£»
Vancouver to
u       ___:      ___
7S\ 7S\
Pioneer
Lillooet, B. C.-^3^^ VA (V(~ £ I
W. F. Allen, Proprietor,    i
First-Class Hotel in every respect.      Accomodation
for Eighty Guests.   Large Annex comfortably furnished.     Sample Rooms for Commercials.
All   guests   receive   every   attention.
in
LILLOOET HARDWARE STORE
M^—^H. c PARKER, - Lilllooet, B.C.
Having purchased the stock o1
R.J. Atkins, we are now addihL
to it and prepared to fill all orders]
Repair Shop in connection  with Store,  where votir every!
want will besupplied.   A complete I'I umbing Outfit on hand-]
MAKK YOUK OWN  WKfAlWS.    K.vamki.I.kI)   Knobs, for Cofl-e and TeH'Pol-,j|
him! Oilier Cooking lliensil**.    Pri.efl rents eiieli, » lill. ihey Ihsi.
CHIN \.
AUSI RAMA,
JAPAN,
ALASKA.
Lowest Kales iCiid l;< 1 vi e To and
I1'rom All I'oints. For lull Information
and Particulars call on orndilie.snny <*. I'. K.
I icket A{>~lit or
_    J. COYI.K,
A. li. I» .A.,
Vh ii-ouv~t'« H, ('..
JNO.  WAWN
LILLOOET,    11. 0.
Shoemaker.
H.pairs   nmilIy   ex.mit.it,    Harness   iniiile
»inl repiiireil.
Pioneer Drug Store, _
Lillooet, - • • li. t _
- no —
DRUGS   AND   MEDICINES.
SPECTACLES, PERFUMERY,   to
PROMPT ATTENTION TO
LETTER ORDERS.
^Clarke &Co|
CARIBOO & LI Ll .OO FT STA 0 E LIN ES.
IIRITISII COLUMBIA EXPRESS COMPANY.
Head Office - - Ashcroft, B.C.
Clinton & Way feints: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.]
All points in Cariboo:     -   -    Mondays.
150Mile House : Mondays it Fridays [semi-weekly service. \\
Lillooet: Monday and Friday.
♦^   Special conveyances furnished.    Send   for   folders    »$►]
LYTTON STAGE
The new stage line leaves-l.yl.toii every Monday and
Friday for Lillooet, returning next day. Special trips
made.    Write ns for information.
Peter liebagliati & Co., Lytton   H. C.
Notice.
ALL PERSONS indebted to W.F.*.
Allan, of Lillooet. B.C. previous to tl
first day of July, A D. 1902 who have n
paid   Biicli   indelitedne.B  are requested
to pay   the eame forthwith  to Samuel
Gibbe, of Lillooet,  B.C.   who   has been
authorized to collect ihe same,
Oliver Harvey,
Assignee.
Ashcroft, B.C. Dec. 27, 1902.
Lost
Between the Town of Lillooet and
Tl>e Fountain, a fur driving tr.it. Finder will be suitably rewarded on leaving
it at the Prospector Office.
PATRONIZE HOME
INDUSTRY.
McCOSH is your nearest TAILOR.
WHEN YOU WANT A NEW SUIT
Don't Forget the Add ress.
THOMAS MoCOSII, Merchant Tailor, A-hit'oft, K. 0
1 ..MB-HAMY, BRYANT 8c GIIJIAN
MINING ENGINEERS AND ASSAY IfiR'S,
Vancouver, B.C.
Established, 1890.
Assay work of all descriptions undertaken.     Tests made up lo 2000 I lis.    A specialty
made of checking   smelter   pulps.    Samples    from   the   Interior  by   Mail  or   Expr.'ss
lOi    Co r r e s po n <' e 11 c e    solicited.
'ill* Hi '"III    'I' ______________________________________________________________________
J  <J 	
,_ ilacksmith Supplies
We -fcarry tlie largest and best stock in B.C.,
including Bar Iron, Cast Steel, Spring Steel, Tire Steel,
S.S. STEEL, TOE CALK STEEL.
GAuTIER TOE CALKS, HORSE SHOES IN IRON AND STEEL,
PENDER     •• HORSE NAILS,
CARRIAGE AND TIRE BOLTS,      SQUARE NU I S IN BLACK AND TAPPED
HORSE RASPS,   ETC.,   ETC..
Sole Agents For VALENTINE'S llitfli Grade CARRIAGE VARNISH.
MA IL ORDERS RECEIVE OUR PROMPT ATTENTION.
McLennan, McFeely & Co. Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Merchants,
122 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B C.

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