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VOL 7, EG. 45
ULLOOET, B. C,   NOV. 2, IS05
$i PER  A.^NUM
LILLOOET  DISTRICT.
COURTS of Ucvii-ion and Appeal,
under the provisions of the "Assessment
Act," for the Diatrict of Lillooet, will be
lield at:—
Thr* Court Honre, Clinton,
Monday, 6.I1 November, at 10 a. m.
The Court House, Lillooet,
Friday, 10th November, at I0\a. m.
F. SOUES.
Judge of Court o! Revision and Appeal.
Jn 'early days the cultivation and curing of tobacco
occupied tlie attention of a
number of energetic spirit^
here, particularly Mr. Scott,
whose grave overlooks those
beautiful benches that have
never received a lick of work
.since he died. At one time,
hundreds of pounds were in
storage, ready for sale, just
across the river in buildings
erected for it, that long ago
utterly disappeared. However, as certain experts took
exception to its color, flavor,
etc. the enterprise was doomed to financial failure.
CA PHAIR
General   Merchant
Outfits and Guides   Furnished to  Hunting Parties
Groceries,   Hardware,    Photo  SuppSies,
Dry Goods, Drugs,   Etc.
LILLOOET
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TIME'S WHIRLIGIG.
An Iowa man who visited
the most elevated, bench, in
the vicinity of the dredger,
and across the river from
town, expressed an opinion
that an initial expenditure
of $10,(.C0 would easily put
in a water system to irrigate
an extensive tract of fertile
land., easily cleared and cultivated, which would in very
few seasons amply repay the
investment all back.
A child wns born 011 Friday
lust to tlie Wife of Andrew Yak in.
'This makes our old till..'tun Ya-
xin 11 great grand daddy, I ween.
He says, —Cnltus Lillooel, not a
mi r~sin<>-bottle iu town,.
When, we went to .school iu
Eastern Canada, 25 years ugo we
learned some start.ling facts in
regard to B. C— and they are
Still startling* ;—
'• The impression which this
country leaves on the mind, are
of gloomy vastness, and awful
solitude,  rendered   more dismal
by the howl of beasts of prey.
'•' IS ..renins white with foam at
intervals form magnificent falls,
vvlio.se lonely thunder swells and
dies away in au interminable solitude of unpeopled spa.ce.
"Tremendous precipices, yawning gulfs, and towering rocks,
whose nulled backs have withstood the storms of 6000 years,
are there to astonish.
In Cariboo, says the old Fifth
Reader, tlie only level land is on
top of the mountains, which are
all Hat.
"The-chief value of R. C. lies
iu the fact that it may one day
be traversed by a. great highway
from Atlantic to  Pacific.
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Kamloops Sentinel says that
Archdeacon Small, who hasjusb
returned to British Columbia, after a lengthy visit to England
and Italy, is spending a few clays
at Nelson, before going on to his
headquarters at Lytton.
Considerable work and material have during the post summer
been put into the erection of a
building suitable for Church services, on Mr. Andrew J. Swarfs
place iu the prosperous community of Foster's Bar. We understand the walls and roof are already an accomplished fact.
.Prompt attention to  letter order*.
WHEN   ARTICLES   ARE  TO   BE SENT BY MAIL,
PLEASE  SEND MONEY FOR POSTAGE.
The Government is distributing
circulars of instruction in regard
to tiie new School Act, which is
to take effect ab New Year.
In Lillooet the ratepayers will
be called upon to pay the running expenses and about a fifth
part of the salary.
The Govt would pay |480 and
au additional allowance of $100
The people determine salary.
The first meeting for election
of Trustees will be 11 th January
The sum to be raised here is
to be determined by a meeting
having power to vote money.
Immediately after such a meeting, the trustees shall inform the
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assessor as to persons to tax.
Residents of the school district
shall be rated as to personal pro- The Beaver Valley Oil Co. Ltd.
perty and income and real pro- incorporated September 29, has
perty, with certain exceptions, among the promoters (he well-
Homesteads and pre-emptions known names of John Marshall
Live-stock, implements, vehicles, Lf Lillooet and John R. Williams
are not exempt. of Horsefly.   Tiie capital is one
hundred thousand dollars, being
4000  shares of $25 each.
Nolice is given by Caspar Chair
Gold Commissioner at Lillooet,
tiiat till Placer Mining Claims
legally held iu Lillooet Mining
Division, will be laid over from
Nov. 1, 1905, to May 1st next.
Court of Revision at Lillooet
Nov. 6 at 10 a. 111. to determine
appeals  to the voters list-
It is reported that: a. Chinaman
possessing one wife nt Lytton, is
to be prosecuted for marrying
another at the coast. He was
very unreasonable in view of the
fact that the vast majority of his
countrymen here have none ab
all,— but ib may be said in his
favor thab he could nob intend
bo send much money to China,—
while supporting"2 families.
Perhaps they were to support
him.
B. C. GAZE1TE.
Clarke & Co.
CHEMISTS and DRUGGISTS,
Lillooet,  B.C. The  Prospector,
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The PROSPECTOR.
WEEKLY.
Advertising Rates low as possible.
BIT C. W. AEMSTEOlira-
October Nu miter of the famous
sporting magazine, I.kcim.atiox,
contains a well written and fully
illustrated article by Arthur IL
Martley of Lillooet, entitled,—
•• Loose Fang. The Grizzly." It
is a splendid advertisement for
this country, not only as a hunting resort, but also for the mining advantages whicli are referred to in several phu.es.
The Prospector has applied to
the publisher, who copy-righted
it, for permission to re-print the
article for the many readers who
may not see the magazine, but
would be interested. There are
Hie following photos,—The camp
of the hunters ; Town of Lillooet
and mountain background ; Upper Waters Bridge River, "Where
Brail. Lives ;" Old Yakin throwing the diamond hitch ; Residence of A. 11. Martley : The robe
of Loose Fang, with II.Schwartz
and the author. This article
should have a. very perceptible
result determining the course of
some of t.he big-game .sportsmen,
wheu thev begin to decide where
logo next. Recreation is only
10c. at Xo. -Jl\ west, _2-Hli street,
New York, X. V.
COLU.ESPONDICKCE.
the following conversation is respectfully reported,	
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TGFfcl,  DICK,  AND HARRY.
Dear Prospector,
As every one likes to hear what
the above gentlemen are saying,
lorn.—.What is this I hear; the
flag has been up twice lately for
new arrivals from Victoria, for
I lje hatchery?
Die!..—Xo, the first time was
I'orthe Nelson cen-tennery, ten-
centery or something. 100 years
you know.
Harry.—-IOO nothing ! I was
in Nelson when there was only 1
liouse.
Tom.—It seems certain men of
prominence or influence get their
friends on at our hatchery, and
necessarily crowd some of us out.
Dick.—We wont Vote for such
a government. Did we not build
the hatchery with our own hands
at so much a day: was not the
lumber got right here in Lillooet;
and should we not be allowed to
learn the business, nnd get work.
Harry.—We pay taxes and we
should get it back, I think.
Tom,—The Doni. Govt, wants
the Indians to get some work,
but thev work  too cheap, uud '
I
besides could never become man- j
agers of hatcheries, which is the 1
thing required.    As   we  see the
future Cau of Salmon in each egg i
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so wo see the embryo expert iu j
each of the forms bending over
the troughs.
Dick.-Government jolts are not
like a man's own business. I
woiildn.t hire a man to pick hops
at f 2 if I could get a woman for
four bits,—but Govt has to do it
of course, because you see the
men  pay poll tax.
Harry.—Cevtaiuly. Hatcheries
should be like road work, To the
victor  belongs the spoiled eggs.'
Tom.—I think a set of rules as
follows should be posted;—
Do not hire a  minor,
Do  not   fire a miner.
Dit not hire an American.
Do not hire an offensive party
man.    (Liberals]
Do not   exceed 18,000
Be good to the Si washes
Dou't let them in dining room
while Evans is cooking.
While stones to be placed on
trails, so men able to walk  will
not fall in the creek at night.
JOHNNY ONSDOT
Arthur H. Martley - Henry Schwartz
HIU^TTEJ^S   &.   O-TJIID-HIS.
Our terms are equitable.
We have a. complete outfit.
We give you a  guarantee.
Blenheim,
LILLOOET,
April, '05
McDonald and icGillivray, Ltd.
Clinton  B.C.
inporrras of
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General   Merchandise.
PREACHER'S CORNER.
The history of civilization is
a chronicle of the revivals, or
times of awaKening that belong-
to all branches of the Christian
religion. All revivals have the
same symptons. We always see
two gifts clearly shown, —the
power to speak the word of God,
and oft the part of the hearers
spiritual discernment. Revivals
have a lasting effect on the community, and have given us some
of the grand old son<>s. The
great revival under Francis elevated Europe for 200 years. It
began by loving imitation of
Christ, returning good for evil.
The Black Death, which drove a
number of Florentines to take
a, villa, and forget the horrors by
telling immoral tales, also coin-
pelled certain i alisis in Germany t<t nurse the sick and dying. John Wesley raised morals
iu every Anglo-Saxon country.!
After Moody anil Sankey's great
campaign, the great love of God
is dwelt on more than the wrath i
to come.    What may come from
the recent, revival in  Wales, no!
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mail can tell.    We need to allow
ourselves to search the Script inland our consciences more, and
GMT RIGHT WITH GOD.
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This quaint old-style teapot ia one whose popular-
ity "age doth net stale."
Wilh fine Sterl.ni; silver
mountings and -.my mono-
pram, wc fell ll lor $]i>.afi.
Iti lias a. white, trlazctl re.
movable "Steeper."
Ordering by mail means
prompt and satisfactory
purchasing. Send for
catalogue.
KYR1E BROS. 1
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Canada's intorost in discussions nf
this sort will bo moro personal now
tlmt she has a ship l'oi* which sho
Will stanrl sponsor. 'iruo, iho dominion is not outs, in tho sense tlmt
tlio Good Hop© belongs to Cap«
Colony, inasmuch as this magnificent
vessel, which bore Joseph Chamberlain to Soulh Africa, wus a free Rift
of Cape Colony to tho Motherland.
Canada, howovoi\ through her Government, expressed hor unwtllingneH*
to make uny such.contribution to th.»
Empire's navy nt tho colonial conference, Australia is giving a million dollars u your for this purpose.
New Zealand $200,000, Cape Colony
,925(1,00(1, Natal §175,000, and oven
Newfoundland has promised to contribute $15,000 annually, besides SO.-
000 loi fitting up a drill ship. Tho
ancient colony also maintains i»
naval reserve force of 600 men. But
where is Canada? This country is
stand'ng modestly by, end permit -
ring the rest of the Empire to uu.m»
vessels ia her Uomjr. .   u
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Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT,
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LILLOOET.
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EVERYTHING for MINERS
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that do days nfter
date I sliall apply to the Chief Corninissioue
of Lands and Works to purchase' 120 acres
of pasture land situated in I.iiiooet District,
ns follows :—
(< mnamencing at the south-west corner of
Lot 654, Group I, tlience soulh -O chains,
ihence east 60 chains, thence north 20 chains,
ihence west 60 chains, to poinl of commencement. A. M. UUSUJSELL.
Clinton. II.C, Sept. 12, 1905.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given llisu. sixty days after
date 1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works Jfor permission to
I'mcl.ase 40 acres of meadow land described
us follows, seven  miles from Alkali Lake ;
Long Johnnie's Lul x Kes, Commencing
at a post marked Ind x Kes N W corner,
tlunce north 20 chains, thence west 20 chains,
ihence south 20 chains, thence east 2o chains.
Alkali Lake, JOHN HANKS.
Oct. <~th,'05.
NOTICE.
Nolice is  hereby  qiven  that 60 days from
date I shall apply to the Chief Commissioner 1
of Lands and   Works   to purchase 160 acres
of pasture land situated in Lillooel District as
follows,—
Commencing at the north-east corner of Lot
652, Croup l, Ihence norlh 411 chains,  thence
wesl40 chains, ihence south 40 chains; thence
cast 40 chains to point of commencement.
1'avilion, LOUISE HOEY
September 2nd, 1905.
NOTICE
Notice   is hereby  (riven that 60 days from
<late I .shall  apply lo the Chief Commissioner
■of Lands and Works to pun base So .teres of
pasture land in Lillooet   District,   situated  as
follows:—
Commencing at  the south-west corner of
IJ. II. O'llalloran's application, ihence south
40 chains, ihence east 20 eha.'is, thence north
40 chains, thence west 20 chains to point of
-commencement.
1'avilion, II. C. D.  MURPHY.
August 17th, 1905.
NOTICE.
I hereby give notice tlmt sixty days after
<1.*Ue 1 intend 10 apply lo the Honourable, the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for
permission to purchase forty acres of pasture
land, more or less, starting from lhe smith west
t orner post of Lot Soo, I.iiiooet District,--
thence west 20 chains, ihence north 20 chains,
ihence east 20 .chains, thence soulh 20 chains
Ko point of commencement.
A1..W  S. WATSON,
.Laf .{La IjacJie, Sept. 24th, '00.
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,T. Dunlop, - Lillooet.
C^~S~lSrE_R.-A-~~~~-.   y^/r,x
DEALEB  I'iST
HINERS' SUPPLIES,
Furs, Baskets,  &   Curios.
AGENT for Wl. J. HENRY'S
Home-grown or Imported
NURSERY STOCK.
J«c~lw.
RSER.ES.
EXTRA LARGE STOCK OF
is:o ~l£e   G~R.ow~i~>r
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, FOR FALL
PLANTING. LARGE STOCK OF HOME GROWN
AND  IMPORTED BULBS.
SHRUBS. ROSES, RHODODENDRONS, SMALL FKUIT, GREENHOUSE AND
HARDY FLOWERING PLANTS. GARDEN, FIELD,
AND FLOWER SEEDS IN SEASON. CUT FLOWERS
AND DESIGNS FOR BALLS, WEDDINGS, CHURCH
DECOliATIONS. AND FUNERALS. FERTILIZERS
AND BEE SUPPLIES.   £&~    CATALOGUE FREE.
IJijvs   appointed  Mr.  John   Dunlop,
to accept Local Orders.
3010  VVESTMINSTER   KOAD,
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EXCELSIOR HOTEL,   ULLOOET.
By George Hurley.
Page '"Woven 'Wiro Fence
with its continuous coll (nol. erirapecDta tlio
beet stock-holdinK foneo marto. Pago No,
7 wlrot._nnd~n.8,000 pounds'Htvatn—common
No, 7 wire. Ol ily \,"'d i poll mi-. Comnioti wire
will not enil -it straightens out again—It
hasn't a sprln*. temper—Pago wiro has.
Tlio Pa.rro Wra ranoo Ce , X.'m.ted,
WalViarviH** oi>t.
Montreal, P.Q., a"d St. J'o'm, N.n.     11
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LOCAL
Thomas Adolf is reported
belter, having been troubled
with a sickness very common
recently among those who
have much to do with Old
Father Fraser Kiver,—a low
fever accompanied by more
or less dysentery.
The last of October nights
is by-gone. Mrs. Uren had
a little Hallowe'en pairty,
for the remembrance of Old
Long Since in Barkerville.
E. Santini is putting pipe
into the house to have the
advantage of town water.
Two or three local hunting
parties left town lately, for
Bridge River and otln • well
and favorably known r< torts.
Messrs. Gott. Rebagliati and
P. Santini went do\ n the
Lvtton road and struck over
the ridge past Fountain lake.
A  man at the dredge
At work with a sledge,
Ly hitting his wedge.
And driving the edge
Deep into the sedge,
Discovered a   ledge
And then signed the pledge
Service in Methodist Church on
Sunday evening next.
Clins. Adolf's daughter, aged
18, died on Sunday of .consump-.
tion. She was'a fine girl, nnd
hud received a good education
at St. Mark's School at Mission
City, where her two brothers are
now attending.
Mr. E. Bell of Clinton, is on liis
way tip the lakes on Indiui business.
Thli is the Pace standard eleven hnr wine fence. Coil, sprlnR wire -iv.t crimnedl-ta'ea nn tho flack
fe.fM.P_***. '•rjx. n°t hoeom. too tight, ln winter-regulate.its dw tension i II fte time, P~r~
?Z!ffl,t" v.T p .C8 8"md " " tr.n 0| m pn!"Hl9- finmrnoii uprfg1 tn apllco.1 ...h bar brc~-at a*
pounde.   Pa«eg»__.«. ornamental ~enco~. pon'iry netting, nre standard tlie world over
-aaTpgoWa. rnnoo Oo., I.iaited, Walkervillo, Ont.    St. John.N.B.  Montreal, P.Q. 12
A Long I'VIt want, a stopping
place af Mission Portage. Il is
slated that considerable amount
of trade is lost by merchants ol
I.iiiooet, owing lo this lad; on
the route from Pemberton ; ns
we tire competing with t wo other
trade routes, by IIairi-.on and
by Septan.ish. The  Prospector.
PRINTER AND DEVIL.
When Fust, one of the first
printers, had got out a number
of bibles to imitate the nianu-
script or pen-work copies, that
cost 500 crowns, he undertook
td sell them at Paris tor 60. It
raised universal astonishment,
and still more when fie produced
them as fast; as wanted and even
lowered his price. The uniform-
ity of the copies increased their
wonder, and informations were
laid against him before a magistrate, charging' him with magic.
His rooms were searched, and a
lot: ii.ore bibles found. The red
ink was very brilliant and was
said to be his blood. Ile was
solemnly adjudged lo be in partnership with Satan, and to save
himself from a bonfire, the secret
was revealed.
At first they only printed one
side of a leaf, and it was considered a bright idea when some one
suggested pasting the two blank
sides together !
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T«mj»eruucc in Au_.tr.tlin.
Temperance and prohibition bulk
largely in the latest New Zealand
papers. Mahuta, the third and the
last of the Maori Kings, Who recently renounced his sovereignity and
accepted a seat in tlio upper house,
has publicly taken the pledgo by way
of encouraging native ehiels to do
likewise. In the districts around
Dunedin, tho Caledonian centre and
the commercial capital of the colony,
some scores of public houses have
ceased lo exist as such through the
operation uf the local general election. As this was the big-option
poll that accompanied the recent
gost compulsory closure of public
houses in New Zealand 'hisLory some
of tlie leading dailies sent, down some
special correspondents to report and
describe anticipated "scenes." But
editorial foresight was at fault in
this instance. Theru were no scenes
worthy of the attention of a picturesque reporter, probably because
there was uo liquor available as a
motive power. Tlie hotels had timed
their supplies to last just up to compulsory closing day. Many [_ri\ate
houses in those districts aro now private hotels, well supplied with liquiu
refreshments.
TELEGRAPHERS
NEEDED!
Annually, to fill the new positions created by
Railroad and Telegraph companies. We
waul YOUNG MEN  and LADIES of good
habits, io   Learn   Telegraphy
AND     K, R. ACCOUNTING.
We furnish 75 per cent of the operators and
Station Agents in America. Our si\ schools
are the largest exclusive Telegraph Schools in
TIIK WOIvl.lt. Established 2. years and
endorsed by all lending Uailway Officials.
Wc execute a $200 Hnnd to every student,
to furnish him or her a position paying from
$40 to $60 a month in States east of the
Rocky Mountains, or from $75 to $100 per
month in States west of the Rockies,—
IMMEDIATELY    ON  GRADUATION
Students can enter .-.i any timo. No vacations. Foi full particulars regarding any of
our schools, wiile direct to our executive
oilier at Cincinnati, O.   Catalogue free.
THE   MORSE   SCHOOL
OF TELEGRAPHY
Cincinnati, Ohio. Buffalo, N. Y.
Atlanta, (ia. LaCrosse, Wi-.
Texavknna, Tex.       Sui Francisco, Cal.
BX STAG
BRITISH COLOMBIA EXPRESS
Clinton and way  points,
MONDAY -WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY
ALE  CARIBOO   POINTS    MONDAY
150 - MILE MONDAY   AND  FRIDAY
LILLOOET   MONDAY AND FRIDAY
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Cumming,
General Store,
Agent for the l>. X.
Miners   Supplies,
Sic.   Lillooet,
Drop in
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REBAGLIATI
GO via   LYTTOH
Leaves
Railway at Lytton
Monday., T ie~<~ay_, Fridays, Saturday**,
at 7 a.  in.     One hour at noon at   Half-way   House,
Reach Lillooet 5 p. m.  47 miles of Glorious Scenery along the Fraser River.
Returning Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays & Sundays.
Special Trips  made  by arianj-einent.
I\ REBAGLIATI & Co.
LYTTON.
COME  by  LYTT
SKIP by LYTTON
NEWS- ADVERTISER,
MOST RELIABLE COAST WEEKLY
WILL COST
with  the PROSPECTOR,
$1.50 a YEAR  CASH WITH ORDER
Wan.lnrfnl lsinl Hu»IcIhh«.
Mr. George Hcnschol telis in 'suture
cf a musical feat by a canary-bird,
which, he sa.es, s^-ms to him so
wonderful that he should consider it
incredible if bo had aot, with hts
own ears, hoard it, not once, but
dozens of times. A bullfinch had
boon taught to plpo the tunc of
"Ood Save the King," and a young
canary learned it from him. Finally
the canary became so perfect in its
mastery of the tune that, when the
bullfinch, as sometimes happened,
stopped after the lirst half a little
longer than the proper rhythm warranted, the canary would take up the
tune where the bullfinch had stopped,
and finish it. This happened when
the respect i'm. cages containing the-
Uii'^s VtV.l'o io .se4 urate rooms.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
is the western metropolis of Canada
ami
THS NEWS-ADVEETISES,
is the newspaper that.you should read
if you want to keep abreast of the
times.
Subscription price, Daily, $5.00;
Weekly. $1.00 a year. Bend us 25c for
the Dally for a month and see for yourself   what   we   are.
P. O. Box 812. Vancouver, B. C.
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m EASTMAN
NOTICE
I hereby give notice lhat 30 days after'date
I shall apply lo the Honorable the Chief.Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission
to lease 80 acres, more or less, of meadow
land, starting at a post about 8 miles South-
West of Lot 195, thence South 40 chains,
thence Wesl 20 chains, thence .North 4 >
chains, thence East 20 chains to point of
commencement.
Lac La  Hache,       ALAN S. WATSON.
Sept. I Ith, 1900.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that sixty days after
date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase 8.0 acres more or less pasltire land,
commencing at a post at the north end of Lot
70, Lillooet District, thence south ao chains,
Ihence easl 40 chains, thence west ao chains,
thence north 40 chains to point of commencement. AUGUSTINE 1.G1TANO.
Alkali Lake, Sept. 18, 19115.
NOTICE
I hereby give notice that 30 days after date
I intend to apply lo the Honorable lhe Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to lease 40 acres of meadow land,
mote or less, starting at a post about 7 miles
south of Cftnim Lake Rancherie, thence east
20 chains, thence south 20 chains, ihence wrist
20 chains, thence north 20 chains to point of
commencement.
Lac La Hnche,       '    ALAN S. WATSON
Aug. 26th, '05.
SIDNEY WILUAMS,
B_S.0~VX2TCXJ-.1_j
2_jJ_.-2T2D .SUBVS 70B,
QUESNELLE, B. C.
I make a trip through I.iiiooet District
every summer.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall 30 days
from date apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to lease
160 acres uf land situated in Lillooet District
commencing at a post placed on the west side
of the Brigade trail, about 4 miles northwest,
from Lot 7S6, thence wesl 80 chains, south
2. chains, easl 80 chains, norlh 20 chains, to
the initial post.
Clinton, II. C. ALLAN BAKER.
Sept. 14,   V5-
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