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JUL 24 190
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Vol. 7, No. 30.
LILLOOET,  B. C.   JULY 20,  '05.
Dollar a Year.
JULY
MON TUES WEI) THU FRI SAT SUN
1 2
3  4   5   6   7  8 9
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17  18  19  20  21 22' 23
24  25  26  27  28  29 30
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SIDNEY WILLIAMS,
PEOVIITCIAL
I^lIsrZD  STJBVEYOE,
QUESNELLE, B, C.
Clinton Assizes Oct. 'i. SCHOOL NOTES.       I    A OREAT MAN GONE
~ The following nre the success-1 	
B. Larochelle has invested _u\ candidates for High SclmntJ   The Loudon Times stales
iu a mower and horse-rake.    I'~ntrance, and the murks obtaiu.
  ed bv each,—
I mute a trip through Lillooet District
every summer.
LOCAL
Jas. Bell left  on   Monday,
Bev.  Mr.  A.  K. Sharps lillooet.
preached at Pavilion Sunday Candidates 3. Passed 3.
morning last, and at Lillooet MutLliew -Miller, 6G0.
in the evening.    He   is tbe May McDonald, 599.
fortunate possessor of a'good ymi *M,iler, 576,
driving horse, and is like all clinton.
Methodist   ministers,   a fair Candidates 2, hissed 2.
Judge of  how to buy a boss. j. .\. McMillan, 688.
i For Sale, a good cookstove
and pipes, $10. P. Santini
or Prospector.
11. M.   Babb is down from
Alexander creek.
R. II.  I'olinid, 035.
NORTH LYTTON.
Candidates 1,  Passed 1.
W.   McKay, 633.
The  Lillooet   candidates   for
higher honors, liave been making Be tried to shun that bourn,
Ah I. ootid (mayor)   of   Swat,   ia
dead.   Swab is a city ol Iiidia.
What, what, what, what,
What's the news from Swat ?
Sad news,
Bad news,
Comes by tlie cable led,
Over llie Indian ocean's hed,
Past the Persian Gulf, the Red
Sea, and the Mediterranean,—he's dead ;
Tlie Ahkooud is deadl
For the Ahkooud we mourn,
Who  wouldn't: ?
J. T. Hancock left ou very  their headquarters   ab Victoria
,,      .     ,r  ,, ri        -ii' important   business    at   the  House, Vaneouver,  and it is
r L.noire YaUev.   He  will;     l
for j~,mj
* be away about three  weeks,
•on  road  business.
i * —	
Mr.   Prown's    resignation
has been accepted, and Mrs.
3j_ga.il is learning the Post
Office business. It is likely
the mail will soon be handled at the old stand at the
.1 .eid house. The Gov't does
not pay enough for the toil
and grief and worry. About
$20 per month, and boxrent
brings about $4 more.
s I.
Miss Susie Hurley is get-
ling up a steamer-picnic, for
her friends. These trips on
Seton Laxe are tlie most enjoyable events of the whole
year, commencing with the
picturesque drive, morning
and evening..
The following books of Mr.  Brandon'.
.niiy be ~6on nud purcluueil at ihe Pros
■peeler office:—
EJumeiitary Grammar, 20
Teacher's .lijtbmetic, 50'
Tale*- from Sbakeepeurcf, 23
Standard Canadian Speaker &
Eiiterti'iiier, Illurlratt'd,      1.00
Eneyc.<.p<. Ha $ large Vol. $10.00
coast.
But—Ahkoodu'b
Swat;'-; wlia haewi' Ahkooud bled
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(Swats  whom he hath  often led,
Arthur H. Martley       -       Henry Schwartz
ISTT'lSTTS-R/S   <&.   O-TJID-EIS,
Blenheim,
Our terms are equitable.
We have a complete outfit.
We "ive vou a guarantee.
ULLOOET,
Wnl'iome to your guiry be
or to victory,
as the case might be.
Sorrow  Swats,
Tears are shed,
Shed ioars like waiter,
Ahkooud is dead,
Lhat Swat's the matter.
Mourn,    City   of   Swat,
Yonr great Ahkooud is not,
His vanished life is caught*,
April, '05   because he was a, good Ahkoqnd
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Earthy walls his frame surround
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I think thai every mother's son
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bit  liothiliK any sti-ouger.
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^Wi^^^S^«PiiS^ M,,s would all agree wi'nn
mkmmm$.m ^l.ey d ln*oa good deal longer
J The  Prospector,
the prospector LYTTON   STAGE.
V/EEKLY.
Aovektisinu Kates low as possible,
Basis  OK jo CENTS  PER SQUARE [Neil,
vim Month. Landor Mining Notices
;io days $.•        60 days $t>.
by a. W- ~~via~~vd:sa?~~ao_isra-
Old Timers may remember the
eccentric Gold Commissioner,"—
Judge Cox. In a trial as boa
disputed claim on Cedar creek,
"which took place on Saturday,
be reserved decision until Mon-j
day, when he decided in favor of
1 lie plaintiff,  but the successful
litigant was ordered  to pay all 1
.   i
costs, including the defendants
lawyer.   The defendant gave no- \
lice that he would appeal from I
ihe Judge's decision.    After the:
court adjourned,   he went into)
Cox's private office on other bus-1
iness, nnd the Judge, thinking he !
was on  the appeal case, said,— 1
"on  Saturday  f  intended to de-!
fide in your favor,  but  the ef- j
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lee ts of a  I'hiiuipague supper   to j
which 1 was invited caused uie to
change my  mind."
Cox was  one of  those who left
San Francisco for Victoria 111 '38
j
and having no money to pay
bis passage, he shipped ns cook |
on a. sailing vessel. But when j
eight bells struck and the sailors
Weut to the galley for their din- j
ner. thev found nothing; doing*, i
Cox, being ignorant of anything 1
pertaining to the culinary art, 1
bad nothing ready for tbem.   Iti
tiled the hungry crew, and they j
1
complained to the captain, who
ordered the cook to appear before him. Cox admitted he knew
jiolhnig of cooking ; that he was
broke, and wanted to reach Victoria. The ship being then at sea
be could not be put ashore, so
in ^ n
Cn mining,
General Store.
Agent for the lb X.
Miners   Supplies,
etc   Lillooet,
Drop iu
Leaves Railway at Lytton at 7 a. ui.
Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays
Orie hour at neon at Half-way House
Reach Lillooet 5 p. in. Returning on
Tuesdays, Wedncsdayi*, Sal unlays and
Sundays.    4;  miles aioiij.: the Fiaser.
.-Beautiful   Scenery.
Special Trips   made.
Write (so •
P.     REBAGLIATI   &   CO.
A. G. REBAGLIATI,
LYTTON",
A USEFUL CAMERA.
the captain made the best of a
bad bargain. One of the crew
was pressed into service as cook,
and after the pretender turned
out to be an Irish gentleman in
reduced circumstances, he was
taken into tbe cabin to straighten out the account...
Not long after arriving at Victoria. Gov. Douglas made him
Customs Mouse Officer at Yale to
collect revenue oil goods and animals coming in overland from
Oregon. Ilu was afterward appointed Gold Commissioner, at
William's Creek, which position
lie filled  satisfactorily to all.
He had a curious way ol his
own of deciding a case, nud generally advised parties not to
bring their cases into court, but
to settle 1 hem ou the outside.
On one occasion, both plain tiff
and defendant swore Ihey were
the rightful owntirs of a certain
mineral claim. The Judge gave
his novel decision thus ;— Thai
both men start from tlie court
house together, gel an axe each,
and run two miles to the claim,
and  the man who drove the first
stake to get the ground.
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TELEGRAPHERS
Photographic Apparatus to Take Picture!
• ot Invisible oiij-eiH.
As photography is employed to assisi
lhe astronomer in detecting the existence
of tbe stars in the heavens which could
uot he seen by the naked eye with the
aid of the telescope, so lt is also used to
secure accurate enlarged reproductions of
minute objects which are revealed to man
cc_y by thc aid of the microscope, says
the San Francisco Chronicle.
This development of the art of photography is of great assistance, not only to
the microscopist, but also to the pathologist and histologist. A photomicrograph io
apparatus, as it is Oalled, has been invented by O. G. Mason, secretary of the
American Microscopical Society, which
ran be used for making negatives showing objects with a magnification of 15,000
times.
The apparatus is very compact, being
only about two feet in length, but will
receive an objective of any power and
photograph the most minute objects. Tha
imnges are produced on a plate three and f
one-quarter by four and one-quarter
inches. It is mounted on a single base
board, so that the apparatus may be
shifted at the will of the operator.
To the standard of a miscroscope tha
camera box is attached in such a way
that the box can be placed horizontally
or inclined at any desired angle, like a
telescope or microscope itself. Thus adjustments can be made providing for
any required distance between the objective and the sensitive plate, so that the
desired amplification may be readily
secured.
Tho mechanical stage is operated by
tho small chains which extend along the
sides of the frame of the apparatus, and
the rotation of the objective polariscope,
etc., and the focusing is affected by rods
extending, toward the rear of. the camera t
box. By its means the operator, seated
at the camera, cnn manipulate the instrument for focusing or marching tho
Held for any particular object.
Wordsworth's Whys.
The worthies of Wordsworth's village in the lake country of Engtmid
had their own ideas of his value us %
a man and a poet. "When questioned
after his death .is l.o his personality,
they readily admitted lhat he was
kind to those will, wcra iu sickness or
need. They could count on him on a
pinch. But he did not hob-nob with
ins neighbors.
"He did not notice them much,"
said an old man, in answer lo riius-
tions usked by the author of "Lake
Country Sketches."
"A Jem Crow and an auld blue
cloak wus his rig," continued the old
man. "And us for his habits, lie had
noan. Niver know him with a pot i'
his hand or a pipe i' his mouth."
After deep probing the author
brought out:
"Yes. Wordsworth was fond of a,
good dinner at times, if you could
•»■-• him to it; that was t' job."
NEEDED!
FOR SALE.
Encyclopedic Dictionary,—
6 volumes, cheap.      Call at
this oflice and examine.
Wi
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MERCHANT
LILLOOE'l.
Annually, to fill the new positions created by
Railroad und Telegraph  companies,       We
(want VOL NO MEN and LADIES of good
habits, to   L8ar_i   Telegraphy
AND r. r. AOCOUNITNU.
We furnish 75 per cent of tlie operators and
Station Agsnts in America. Our six schools
are the largest exclusive Telegraph Schools in
I'llK WORLD. Established 20 years and
endorsed by all leading Uailway Officials.
We execute a $200 Bond lo every student
10 1'iU'nisll him or her a position   paying  from
$40 to $6) a iu until   in  Males  east  of the
j Rocky Mountains, or from $7.-;  to $100 per
month in States vypst of tha Ro:kies,—
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Students can enter at any time,   No vacations.    Foi lull particulars regarding any of
{our   scho:>ls, write  direct   to our executive
office at Cincinnati, 0.   Catalogue free.
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OF TELEGRAPHY
Cincinnati, Ohio. Buffalo, N. Y.
Atlanta,  Ga. LaCrosse, Wi..
Tvxatkuiiit, Tex.       Sa;; Francisco, Cal.
Whistler'* Oucur  Mui-riM-fa.
Mr. Labouchere, of Truth, is a
daring man. lie recently confessed
to having acted as match-maker between the late gifted and eccentric
artist, James McNeil Whistler, and
thu lady who became his wile, but
who was at the time a charming little widow of artistic tastes, happy-
go-lucky ways and sunny disposition
The two were known to be strongly
attracted toward each other, and to
have already talked in a vague, far-
off, Elysian way of possible matrimony; but it was perfectly plain that
Whistler would never do anything _o
practical and common-place us definitely to propose and be accepted,
get a license, go to church and bo
married unless some kind friend took
him in hand. Besides, it was touch
und go with his temper and his tongue how he might treat any kind
iriend v/he should attempt the risk,
\;ce.   Mr, Labouchere took the rink*
NEWS-ADVERTISER,
MOST RELIABLE COAST WEEKLY
V WILL COST
with  the PROSPECTOR,
$1.50 a YEAR  '"'ASil   WITH ORDER o
The Prospector.
THE BLUE  HIGHWAY.
Thc cold bwitfi cries behind us In the grip
of the sea's unrest,
We've done with Btagn nl  harbors,  we're
flecked out In our best,
Willi n white band*  ou ihe funnel Instead
of flirty grey.
We're off to meet old frlenrlc upon the blue
highway.
Wives nnd sweefhenrte cuM us, call to ua
of hu-me,
The  read    irlenm  erf  a tavern  creeps out
across the foam,
But we lica'l fer tli'; notched horizon where
the great whit-- breakers he.
And all tl.e stars, ait* shining, u-shinlng on
the sea.
Comrades' voices warn us of the road we
tnke,
The lips of tlie drowned keep crying, crying In our wake.
But we heart fer the notched herlsr.-n where
the great white breakers be,
And Mother Carey feeds her chicks, feeda
her chicks at sea.
The cold beach cries Milufl us In the grip
of the sea's unrest,
We've done with  stagnant harbors,  we're
decked oui ln our best,
With a  white bund co the funnel Instead
of -dirty grey,
We're off to meet old friends ueon the blue
—Walter   RlUdalL
highway.
OLD NEWGATE PRISON.
Relic*   Sold  nt Auction   Fetched' Hard It
Scrap Iron Prices.
Relics of old Newgate Prison wers
sold at auction on the afternoon of
the 5th Feb., and hardly fetched the
\alue of licrap iron. There was a
large crowd of spectators present,
including- a number of Americans,
but the bidding was very sluck.
There was B3ine competition for tha
old oak, the hangman s key and tha
cupboard mentioned in "Barnaby
Rudge," which brought £62.50.
The old death bell fetched $500.
The :;taP on whi.h the black Hug wns
hoisted went for SGD; copper washbowls used by tho prisoners wero
.sold for 55 each; nine plaster heads
of persons executed we e knocked
■down at 3-5, and the main entrance
door, which wt.s bioken clown b.v thu
Gordon rioters,  brought $150.
Newgate Prison, with the historic
cessions house, known as ihe Old
Bailey, ia the heart of tiie city of
London. which may be compared
with the Bastile of Paris, or the
Tombs of New York, will have soon
completelv vanished, to make room
for iho new Central Criminal Court.
The el:l jail was massively built,
of stone, and immensely strong,
though not Impregnable, as many
prisoners managed to effect their es-
enpe from its gloomy interior, lt
dated only from 1770, ant.- was much
damaged in the London "No Popery" riots, ten years later, which
make the must picturesque episode
«n Pickens' ''Barnaby Rudge." The
dotfrs then battered in the door and
released the prisoners. Lord George.
Gordon, the fanatic ringleader, was
himself confined in the building <je
its reconstruction.
ALL DEALERS
Recommend and Sell
Dr. A; W. Chase's
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General   Merchant
Outfits and  Guides Furnished to  Hunting Parties!
Groceries,   Hardware,    Photo  Supplies,
Dry Goods, Drugs,   Etc.
LILLOOET
McDonald and McGillivray, Ltd.
Clinton  B.C.
IMPORTERS OF
General   Merchandise.
We see that every inau Bhouid liave
an accomplishment.
That a person without an accomplishment of some kind ia like a fruit without
flavor.
That we are very frail.
That wheu we give we expect to receive.
That " It is better to give than to receive."
That it is easier to receive than to jive.
That human nature gets the better of
the human.
That dog-nature gets the better of the
(log.
That we must learn ail we know.
That we know nothing when we come
into the world.
That when we die we leave all our
knowledge behind.
Tiiat knowledge has varied according
to the enlightenment oi the age in whicli
man lived.
Tiiat man must be in tune with hia
environment.
That man has no control over circumstance-.
That there are numbers of helpless,
^ood souls living amongst squalor and
crime.
That money is the evil influence which
holds them there.
That the mind rules the body.
That a body without a mind would be
iike a tree without sap.
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EVERYTHING for MINERS
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Hon. strictly conlldentlal. Hundtiookon Patent!
aunt free. Oldest agency i'or BQtiurlntf patents.
1'ntont.s takim through Munn & Co. receive
tpecial notice, without ChargQ, iu tho
Scientific Hmericam
A hnndRomcly illnstrntoit wwlilr. I.nrsrost clr-
culntlon of anv Bfi.ntifla lournftl, TemiB, S-o ft
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The   Prospector,
Notice
Notice is hereby riven   that  60 clays  from
date, I shall apply 10 the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works 10 purchase 40 acres  of
land situated at lhe mouth ol  Churn  creek
upon the south side.
Dog Creel;, B. Cj
July 7ih. iQ..o. J
WH WRIGHT
NOTICE
Notice is heiel.y giver, that I shall at the
expiry of 60 day:; apply lb the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase eighty acres of land,—
Commencing at a post at S. E. Corner of
my lot 62, thence west along lot 62, 40 chains
ihence south along lot 63, 20 chains, thence
cast 40 chains, thence nottli 20 chains tu t'ie
point of commencement,
1'avilion Mountain, \ M, GILLEN.
July 4th, 1905.   /
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 60 days from
date 1 shail apply 10 the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works to purchase 4S0 acres
of pasture land situated as follows : commencing at the Northwest corner of Lot 464, G. 1
Lillooet District,— thence west 60 chains,
ihence south So chains, thence east 60 chains,
thence north 80 chains to point ef commencement.
Empire Valley, K. C, j
June 27th, 190*;.
- JOHN McLEAN.
fJGTICE
Notice i. hereby given that 60 days from
date 1 shall apply lo the CI.iff Commissioner
»f Lands and Works to purchase 400 acres
..1'pasture land situated as follows; commencing at the southwest corner of John McEwen's
application on the south side of Churn creek;
ihence east 40 chains, thence south 60 chains,
,hencc west So chains, thence north 40 chains
mence east 40 chains, thence nortli 20 chains
to point of commencement.
Empire Valley AUSTIN  HALL
June 27, 1905-
NOT.GE.
Notice is hereby <over, thai 60 days from
date 1 shall apply to the Chief Commissioner
cf Lands and Works to purchase So acres
of pasture land situated as follows; commencing at the southwest cornerof Alex, McEwen's
application en south side of Cliinn creek;-—
thence east 20 chains, thence south 20 chains
thence west 40 chains, ihence north 20chains
ihence east 20 chains to point of commencement.
Empire Valley, 13. C.       JOHN' PAYNE
June 27th, u.o5.
JOIPI THE RUSH!
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M
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Since tlie beginning
of the year,
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NOTICE.
Notice i- hereby given that  f  -hall   fit    he
expiry of 60 days apply to the Chief Comiiii.-
sioner of Laiiil. and Works fur permission to
purchase 640 acres of land   commencing at  a
post   planted -at the south-east corner ol land
applied for hy  Thomas McEwen ; — thence
north So chains,   east   So  chains,  south   80
chains, west So chains to initial post.
ANN BISHOP,   by her agent,
Empire Valley,"I JOHN BISHOP.
May 13th 1905 /
ie-'ti)
m
.a_c_k,~e~s
Have Been located in the
District, including Timber
and Coal Lands, as well as
Agricultural arid Pasture
land, not to mention the
Mining, Dredging, Water,
and Hydraulic leases.
Notice of Application to
purchase must appear In
District Publication when
there is one. Rates are
30 days, $4.   60 days, $6-
'h^
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thai 60 day? from
date I shall apply to the Chief Commis-ioner
of Lands and Works for permission to purchase 640 acres of pasture land situated as
follows : commencing' al a post one mile north
Irom the north-east corner of Lot 220, Group
I, Lillooet llistiict ; thence norlh So chains,
thence east So chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains to point of commencement.
Empire Valley.  \      SAMUEL BISHOP.
June 2nd, 1903 J
NOTICE.
Notice i*. hereby ijiven that 60 days from
date 1 shall apply lo the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works lo pmchase 640 acre.-,
of pasture land situated as follows; commencing at a po~.t about one mile northward of ihe
northwest comer of Lot 311 Group I Lillooel
District ; ihence cast 80 chains, Ihence south
80chains, thence west So chains, thence nortli
80 chains
Empiie Valley,  B. C. )
}      T. E. FRENCH
June 131I1, 190-;.     J
NOTICE
Sixty days after date I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
Victoria, B.C. for permission io purchase 640
acres of pasture land, commencing at a point
about i mile north of Hog Like, Umpire Valley, H C. - -thence So chains north, thence So
chains east, thence 80 chains south, thence
So chains west  *o point of commencement.
I Dated May 23, "05,
R. H.CARSON.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at lhe
expiry of 60 days apply lo the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase 643 acres of land, commencing at a
post at the S E. corner of land applied for by
Alex. McEvVen, thence north So chains, cast
So chiins, south So chains, wesl 80 chains to
initial post.
Empire Valley, JOHN McEWEN,
May 13,  190").
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 6o days from
date I shall apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works to purchase 640 acres
of pasture land, commencing al the north-cast
comer of lot 225, group 1, Lillooet District*
thence norlh So chains, thence cast So chains,
thence south So chains, thence wesl So chains
to point of commencement.
Empire Valley, \ ANTHONY BISHOP.
June 2nd  1905. )
NOTICE
Sixty days after date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, Vie-
toiia, B.C. for permission to purchase 640 acres
of pasture land commencing al a stake marked N. E. corner about % mile west of Hog
Lake and 1 mile north of Lone Cabin creek,
i Empire Valley B.C,—thence So chains west,
I ihence So chains south, thence 80 chains Cast,
thence So chains norlh to point of commence,
ment.
Daled May 23 '05. E. J. CARS DN
KQTIC$.
Notice is hereby given that si\ly days from
date, I shall apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works to purchase 640 acres
of pasture land situated as follows; commencing at a post planted about ono mile northward of the north-west corner of lot 311,
t,roup 1, Lillooel Dislricl; thence north So
chains, thence west So chains, thence south So
chains, thence east 8) chains.
Empire Valley, Ti. C."i
j.    ROBT.  FRENCH
June 13th, 1905.    J
NOTICE
1
Notice i1- hereby, given lhat I shall at die
! expiry of 6o days apply to ihe Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for permission to
purchase 640 acres of land, commencing at :.
post about one mile up little Churn cieek from
its junction with Big Churn creek, thence
nonh 80 chains, east So chains, south 80 chains
■..Cot 80 chains to initial post.
ALEXANDER McEWEN
Empire Valley, May IJ, [go6,
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of 60 days apply to the Chief commissioner of Lands and Works for permission lo
purchase 640 acres of land; commencing at
the smith west corner of Lot 465 ;— thence
west 40 chains, north 160 chains, east 40
chains, south along.the lines of Lots 465 and
466  to initial post.
Empire Valley, AUSTIN JANES
May IJ, 1900.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of,60 days apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works tor permission to
purchase 640 acres of land, commencing al a
post plated at the south east corner of land
applied loi by John McEwen; ihence norlh
80 chains; east 80 chains; South So chains;
wesl 80 chains lo initial i.ost.
Empire Valley,
May 13, 1905' THOS.   McEWEN.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that al the expiry
of 60 days from date, I shall apply to lhe
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase 640 acres of land ;
commencing at lhe H. W. corner of Lot 463 ;
thence west 40 chains along the lines cf Lots
463 and 464; ihen.e norlh 160 chains, east 40
chains, south 160 chains lo initial point.
Clinton, May
23rd,  1900. JOHN COLVIN.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of 60 days apply lo ihe Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase 640 acres of land, commencing at 11
post about hall a mile west of the norlh west
corner of Lot 466, ihence north 80 chains,
east So chains, south 80 chains, wesl So chains
lo initial post.
Empire  Valley J. S. PLACE.
May 13  1905
Land in this District is Valudble.    If You Don't Believe It, Try to
5V SOME SE*
Prices Asked Will Surprise You,

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