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Vol. 7, No. 24.
LILLOOET,  B. C.   JUNE 8,  '05.
Dollar a Year.
MAY
MON TUE WED THUR FRI SAT SUN
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SIDNEY WILLIAMS,
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2_jJ_.2<TT-t STTBVbVoB,
QUESNELLE, B. C.
I make a trip through Lillooet District
every summer.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 6r> days after
date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner ol Lands and Works for permission to
purchase 240 acres more or less of pasture
land situated 111 Lillooet District,
Commencing al a post marked M. E. Be-
loud Lot 661 N. E. corner ihence east 40
chains thence south east 20 chains thence
west 40 chains thence norlh 20 chains to
point of commencement.
17 Mile House "1    M. E. BEI.OUD.
April 7,   1900. J
FOR SAL 10.
Encyclopedic Dictionary,—
6 volumes, cheap.      Call at
ray office and examine.
T. B. Brandon.
NOTICE
Notice is herehy given that I shall at the
expiry of 60 days apply to the Chief Commissioner of I_ands and Works for permission to
purchase 640 acres of land, commencing at a
post at the S. E. comer of land applied for by
Alex. McEwen, thence north 80 chains, east
80 chiins, south 80 chains, west 80 chains to
initial post.
Empire Valley, JOHN McEWEN,
May 13, 1900.
Notice is hereby given that I shall at Ihe
expiry of 60 days apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works lor permission to
purchase 640 acres of land, commencing at a
post placed (it the south east corner of land
applied for by John McEwen ; ihence norlh
80 chains; east 80 chains; south So chains;
west 80chains to initial tost.
Empire Valley,
Mav 13, 1905 THOS.   McEWEN
___!_. __!_?      It Isn't
AN EASTMAN
It Isn't
A KODAK I
ASK FOR
O _AJJ}_AJL_0 GKJ _B
At   Smith   Bros'
Kamloops and Vernon
BOOK STORE
J. DUNLOP
MERCHANT
LILLOOET.
CLI'JSTTOISr.
At the Annual Meeting of
the East Lillooet Liberal Association, held at Clinton on
May 25, the following officers
were elected for the ensuing
year :—
Hon. Pres. Duncan Ross.M.P.
President, D. A. Stoddart
V. Pres. C. 13. Deans
Sec. Treas. H. P. Koran
Executive Committee, Alex.
McEwen, W. J. Kelly, Geo.
Anderson, 11. P. Horan, Sec
Notice.
Notice is hereby given tliatl
will apply to tlit) Hoard of License
Commissioners for Lust Lillooet
License District at a special meeting*, on July 4) tli, tor a retail
liquor License, for the premises
known  as the Clinton Hotel, at
Clinton, I.. C.
M. K. EAGLESON
Dated this 30th dav of Mar 1905
The Canadian Eagle.
Children with a career before them
cannot be expected to remain under tbe
parental roof to the sole advantage of the
parent's family. The relation of the colonies to the mother country it, after all,
a figurative one. The sentiment necessarily grows weauer with each succeeding
generation, unless it is strengthened by
the development of mutual relations.—
London (.Eng.) Times.
(Original.)
Late an eaglet, callow, ugly,
In the home-nest resting Bnugly,
Now, forsaking all, he springs
Into space on buoyant.wings,
Hies away to scenes unknown,
For home-building of bis own.
Thus with men, howe'eryou school them
Nature's laws, eternal, rule them.
Lo, the young Canadian Eagle,
Soaring high, begins to scream,
Aud tbe Imperialistic League'll
Vanifh like an empty dream.
"Not for Joe," whose pet delusion
Is Colonial blood-transfusion,
Which Iim lauds with much abilitj "'
As a cure (or pre-senility.
As be puts it, England's growing
Old before her time, but knowing
The disease is half the cure.
'•Englishmen," I'm not quite sure
Who said thie, pet haps Voltaire,
But that's neither here nor there,
"Englishmen" said some old seer,
"Are like butts of their own beer,
"Froth on top,"  (it's like a riddle,)
"Dregs at bjttom, good in middle."
Blow the empty froth away,
Titled fools have too much say,
Let the middle rise and rule,
Put the human dregs at school,
Fire the noodles who inherit
Place and power they do not merit,
Substitute a House of Men
For the House of Lords, and then
England will grow strong again. —
Homo, notthe individual,
Is esse:.tially residual
From all forms of aggregation.
Douius, village, city, nation,
Wreck them, raze them, when tbey fall
Man rem aim still lord of all.
Or, if you prefer it so,
He at least is last '.ogo.
Cities of the mighty papt,
Kingdoms great and empires vast.
Tell us why ye did not last.
Is it somewhat hypercritical
To suggest tbat some obliquity,
Moral or perhaps political,
Acting too with strange ubiquity,
Mtu-t have mnde ye—-just antiquity.
Just antiquity,—no more,
Echoes from a far-off shore,
Ghosts of something that has been,
Yet with hints for us I ween.
But enough, we'll let that drop,
Merely noting that it's queer
How the froth will get on top.
Blow it off and drink your beer.
How long should a young man tarry
'Neath the home-roof ere he marry,
When should apron-strings be broken,
When should manhood's words be spoken
When he grows a thrifty whisker,
When the hot blood courses brisker,
Then he seeks a new-made ne6t
With the girl tbat he loves beBt.
Should a vigorous young nation,
Full-grown, wait on hesitation,
Flouting the divine afflatus
That betokens higher status ?
Patriotism is much like charity,
It begins at home: its rarity
Further marks their similarity,
Or, in point of duty, parity.
"Full-grown," said I, that's a lapsus,
(Thus tbe wish betrays and traps us,)
For our Royal Mother slaps us,
O'er the knuckles smartly raps us;
Gives us lectures on behaving,
Laughs when we begin our shaving,
And donates our patrimony
To some diplomatic crony.
When ?   The time is when we make it;
Ours the right, we've but to take it;
Ours the duty, let us rise to it; [ it.
Theirs 1 he shame who shut their eyes to
If our parent tries to whack us,
Uucle Samuel must back us;
.1. M., gone to realms supernal,
Leaves a doctrine that's eternal.
ENGLISH-CANADIAN.
LATEST ARRIVALS.
Therraofuge, Eno's Fruit Salt, Hall's
Hair Renewer, Assorted Perfumes, Min-
.ird's Liniment, Paregoric, English Nursing Bottles and rubber tubing for them,
Family Syringes, Household and Tyrian,
Sen Sen, Breathlets, Sozodont, Epsom
Salts in oz. packets, Pain Killer, Face
I'owder, 3 H Liniment, Carboline for
'he Hair, Strychnine Xtals for coyotes,
Lime Juice Tabloids, Lorillard's Scotch
Snuff, Emulsion C. L. Oil, Silver Polish,
Hough on U.its, Combs and Brushes.
Some of these goods have been asked
for, and this is to let you know they are
here.
Buv your medicines at the Drag Store.
Just to the extent that you help us by
buying from us, we shall be able to help
vou by keeping a large assortment of
goods to supply your requirements.
CLARKE & CO.,
I    LILLOOET.  ». I . The Prospector.
The PROSPECTOR.
WEEKLY.
Advertising Rates low as possible,
Basis ok 30 cents per square Inch,
pek Month. Land ob Mining No'f ices
3o days .".4        60 pays $6.
BY C. W. ARMSTBOISTG-
CA PHAIR
General   Merchant
~R, O A. IDS
In early days, the Prospector outfitted
at Victoria, and took the old Beaver, to
cross the gulf; then a stern-wheel boat
10 Douglas. [Names are confusing, ai
limes. Douglas is no! 011 Douglas Lake,
nor is Lillooet Lake near Lillooet.] To
continue, from Douglas he proceeded a-
long tbe Pemberton Portage and the
lakes, which were cro&sed by steamers,
to Lillooet where they joined thu Fraser
and its gold-bearing bars again. From
Lillooet a wagon road was projected; —
up Pavilion Mountain by the famous
rattlesnake grade, and go ou to Clinton
and thence through the green timber
and the fifty mile alkali belt to Lake la
Hache. Afterwards a public meeting
was held at Yale, espousing a waggon
road by the rocky canons and forbidding
defiles of the Fraser, passing Lytton am!
up the Thompson to Ashcroft and by
way of Bonaparte to join the other road
at Clinton. The men who constructed
this great work were Koyal Engineers,
paid by this colony, and some home talent also. From Douglas, to 12 mile post
v as built by the R. E. in 1S61; to the 18
by J. W. Trutch in 1861; to 28 post at
Little Lake, fall of '81. On Pemberton
Portage;— From Pemberton at head of j
Lillooet Lake, to 6 mile post, was built
by Colquhoun In the autumn of 1861,
failing to complete contract to Anderson
Lake, which was completed that winter
liy Trutch to 27 post at the head of the I
Anderson Luke. From Seton Lake to
Lillooet, 3 miles built, in '60 or '61. From
Lillooet to Clinton, 47 miles, by G. 1).
Wright, 1861; (toSoda Creek, 130 miles
by Wright in '62 and '63.
J.   W.   PEABSOM*,
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CLlj-TTOITSr,   33. C.
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Gumming,
General Store,
Agent for tlie l>. X.
Miners   Supplies,
Sic.   Lillooet,
Drop in
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Outfits and   Guides Furnished to Hunting Parties!
Groceries,   Hardware,    Photo   Supplies,
Dry Goods,  Drugs,   Etc.
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GENERAL MERCHANT,
ULLOOET.
EVERYTHING for MISERS
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Our terms are equitable.
We.ia.ve a complete outfit.
We give you <*i {•iiurantee.
Blenheim, ULLOOET, April, '05
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FENCEm
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ln miMnur, dOM not beopme too tight in nrintor—rogulaten Its own tension till the timo. Ft,<e
uprights tn ono piece stand iihtraln of KK)po.imI:». Common iiT>riR,;tn -plico.l at each bar brontatSOO
poandt.  Page satoa. ornamental funcus, ponltry nottintt, aro standard tho workl over.
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with its oontlnuoiifl coll (not crimped)is the
bust Block-holding fence murli!. Paso No.
7 wiro stands n S.OOOpnuncUi''strain—common
No. I wire only 1,700 pounds. Common wire
will not coil -it straightens out again—tt
hngn't 'I spring temper—"Page wlro hns.
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NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of6.> .lays apply tu the Clliel commi.s-
ionei of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase 640 acres nf land; commencing at
the smith west comer of Lot 465 ;— ihence
west 40 chains, north 160 chains, easi 40
chains, south along the lines of Lots 465 and
466  tn initial post.
Empire Valley., AUSTIN JANES
May 13, 1900.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of 60 (lays apply lo the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase 640 acres of land, commencing at si
post about half a mile west of the north west
coiner of Lot 466, thence north 80 chains,
east So chains, south 80 chains, west 80 chain*
to initial  post.
Empire Valley J. S. PLACE.
May 13  1900
Notice
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of 2 months after dale apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works to
purchase 320 acres more or less of Ijind in
Lillooet Dislricl commencing nt a post about
1 mile east of 19 mile post Lillooel & Clinton
waggon road thence south 40 chains thence
east 80 chains then norlh 40 chains then .test
80 chains lo initial post.
18 .Mile House,    /   DANIEL  HURLEY
April io, 1906.    f
Notice
Notice is hereby given lhat at thc expiry
of Oo days from dale, I shall apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works fc*
permission to purchase 640 acres of land :
commencing nl the S. W. comer of Lot 463 :
thence west 40 chains along the lines of Lots
463 and 464; ihen.e north 160 chains, east 40
chains, south 160 chains lo inilial point.
Clinton, May
23rd,  1900. JOHN COLVIN.
NOTICE
Sixty days after date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, Victoria, li.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 I mile north of Lone Cabin creek.
Empire Valley B.C,—thence 80 chains Wesl,
Ihence 80 chains south, Ihence 80chains east,
thence 8o chains north to poinl of commencement.
Dated May 23 '05. E. J. CARSON
NOTICE
Sixty days after dale I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works
Victoria, H.C. for permission to purchase 640
acres of pasture land, commencing at a point
about 1 mile norlh of Hog Lake, Empire Valley, B.C.—thence 80 chains north, thence 8c-
chains east, thence So chains south, thence
80 chains west io p-iint of commencement.
Dated Mny 23, '05, R-. H CARSON- The Prospector.
~..»_'_	
THE ETHICS OF LAW.
Lawyers the Best Abused and Molt Trotted of Men.
Tho third of the public lecture
bourse of M.cJI_.stci' University, Toronto, on '"lhe Ethics of Law" proved most entertaining and instructive,
many of those present coming away
with a very different opinion of soma
phuses of the profession of law and
its practice to that which they had
before the lecture. Mr. D. E. Tl_oi~~.-
Bon. K.O., described lawyers as at
once the best abused and thc most
generally trusted members of the
community. He analysed the business of thc ordinary law firm, of
which not more than 2 per cent, is
criminal, and of the balance not mora
than 10 per cent, ever comes to trial
in the courts, while iu four-fifths of
the cases which do reach the courts
there are no appeals entered. Tho
nature of his business and experience
made the lawyer conservative in regard to changes in the law, and,
commenting upon what is sometimes
termed the slavish adherence to precedent in the law. Mr. Thomson insisted nothing could be more revolutionary and dangerous than departure from this practice. In this connection he laid tlown three cardinal
inin.ii.lcs for guidance:—(1) That
law is better than justice; (2) that it
is more necessary the law should be
certain than that it should be right,
and (3) that equity administered according to the Judge's personal idea
of right and wrong would result in a
cross between lottery and despotism.
Mr. Thompson illustrated the numerous points ho made by amusing anecdotes and entertaining reminis-
imcs, which made the subject ot
"law" anything but dull.
Protruding Piles^
Doctors Failed
A helpless sufferer in desperate condition until cured by
Dr. Chase's Ointment.
. Mu. John W. McLsoo, carpenter, Tarbot-
.yale, N.S., writea: "I was confined to my
bed hy pro.rr.dinft piles, unablo to move with*
•out the proatcst pain. Aa tlio trouble affected
iny whole system, I was soonbrought to realise
the seriousness of my condition, and thought no
person ever suffered as I
did. Tho doctor pavo mo
an ointment which did
me no good, not even affording temporary relief.
Then a specialist gave me
a different kind of ointment, but it did me no
ftmoie good than so much
WMIOW.
'   "A friend advised me
tho use  of Dr.  Chase's
r ' Ointment, and  the first
^'^application   brought  re-
'ttaTB^oiT !ief- TBythe us0 (,,f 0,°
box 1 was completely
toured, and havo not had a trace of the old
trouhlo s.nce. I waa exposed to all sorts of
bad weather last fall, and. spent the winter in
the woods as foreman of the Victoria Gypsum
Co., and have had no indication of piles."
Dr. Chasw's Ointment is tho only positive
nnd guaranteed cure for piles, GO cts., at all
dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given, that 30 days after
date, I intend to apply to ihe Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for permission lo
lease 320 acres of pasture land, described as
follows:— commencing at a post west of the
J-illooet-Alexandria waggon road on the north
line of my lot 62, Lillooet District ; thence 1
mile west, ihence a half mile north, Ihence 1
mile east, ihence a half mile south lo point of
commencement; containing 320 acres.
Dated this 9th dayl
\  MICHAEL GILLEN
of May,   1905.     J
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given, that 60 clays afier
date, I intend to apply to thc Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for petmission to
purchase 40 actes of land, more or less, in
Lillooet District, commencing at a post clo^e
to the N. K. corner of Lot 3S, thence east 20
chains, Ihence norlh 20 chains, thence west 20
blinins, Ihence south 20 chains to Initial post.
1'avilion, Tl. C,
May _. lyooi I'D ~_t.   UAKU. AM
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7aS
G.L. Watson, of 108-Mile
liouse, is appointed a J. P.
For Sale.
100 HEAD OF
STOCK
For Breeding* Purposes.
RICH']. HOEY, - LILLOOET.
The young bachelors gave -■—~——
a dance in Santini Hall  at
Lillooet last Monday evening
at which there were  over 30
LOCAL
Mr. and .Mis. Arthur Noel paid
a flying trip to town from Uie
present, who seemed to eil- Ben l.'Or mine. Tlie hitter hud
joy themselves, and the Re- «■" opportunity of gratifyingher
freshments served by tlie Y. amblfcion l,-v slaying a large ci..-
,~ , numon  bear.      A distinguished
li.s
  foreign sportsman camping near
GOOD NEWS
Our namesaice, the Fort! the Ida May claim, also secured
Steele Prospector, has moved a bearskin already, but it lacks
over to  Cranbrook.   Even a " ''"nd-breadth all around, when
.. ,.        .,,.   •        _ :y compared in size with the tropin*
live  editor like  A. 13. Grace1
has to follow the other folks
and the railroad.
I of the lady's skill and courage.
One of \i. C.'s marvels is
Hooshum, a drink or a food
or a confection or something
made from a berry obtained
from the Indians. A tiny
bit of it can be beaten up to j
form a perfect imitation of
whipped cream, or mixed in
water it makes a delightful
drink, and tonic too. One
of Lillooet's expert housekeepers, nowiii'Clinton, put
up over 200 sealers one fall,
and. it is said, realized one
dollar a bottle. The people
in our cities might take a
Fancyfor it, if skilfully introduced, say at Westminster
Fair.
Mr. T. 13. Brandon was agreeably surprised one evening by
the boys of his high school class,
who took possession of his bachelor establishment, and made a
number of laudable and laudatory orations, and produced an
enormous variety of eatables, &
liquids, besides a substantial to.
Uen for his extra cares in their
behalf.
NEWS-ADVERTISER,
i
most reliable coast weekly
will cost;
with  the PROSPECTOR,
$1.50 a YEAR  CASE!   WITH ORDER
About 10 men are engaged in
changing the grade, between the
town and bridge. A. Richey is
foreman.
Another piano man hit town,
last week, which makes four this
spring,   and ally did business.
English Church Service will not
be next Sunday, as is usual, but
on June 18th.
BO YEARS'
EXPERIEMCJ-
Traoe Marks
Designs
Copyrights Sue.
Anyone spncllni, n uliotrti nnd description mny
nulckly ascort.ilii nnr opinion free whether mi
invention Is probably patentable. Communications Rtrictlycomldontlal. Handbook on Patents
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
ratrnts taken tnrouch Itluim & Co. receive
•pir.la. not tec, wltli onr. ebarae, ln the
A hnndsnmcly illustrated we.klv. T,.iVEest circulation of any BClontlQa Journal. 'IVrm... $;'. a
ve;tr_; _onr months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.
'"'"iCo.38tBHw*«* New York
A. G. REJ1AGLIATI,
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GENERAL MERCHANT.
BX STAGE.
BRITISH C.LUMBU EXPRESS
Clintdn and way   points,
MONDAY - WEDNESDAY    FRIDAY
j ALL   CARIBOO    POINTS    MONDAY
I 150-MILE   MONDAY AND   FRIDAY
Information has beeu received
from the Squamish to the effect
that great activity is now apparent in the Cheakamus valley.
The well known Great Northern
Engineer, Mr. Yinin, and assistants, passed through Squamish
on Wednesday, and were met ou
the Cheakamus by another survey parly, which was for some
time previous doing preliminary
Survey. There are also a number of locating* crews in between
Green Lake and the junction of
the Squamish and Cheakamus,
evidently locating' timber, mineral, and agricultural lands, and
with probably some townsites iu
view. The steamer Britannia is
bringing up a new lot of prospectors each trip, and it is said that
a number of others have arrived during the past weeK iu small
boats so as not to attract any
attention.
It has heen known for a long
time that the Cheakamus valley
is very rich in mineral and farm
land and that it contains one of
the greatest timber areas in the
Province, but it comes as a surprise to many that the rush ia
baking place so early. It is evident that the Great Northern lilt, people have given their friends
a. tip that there would be something doing, iis most of the arrivals are Americans.
l Vancouver Daily News-Advertieer.)
This significant activity between Pemberton and Squamish
will be of interest to people here,
as it may mean immediate R. R.
construction, which will reduce
the time irom salt water to the
Fraser at Lillooet, to 4 hours on
the Lillooet Limited, (J.J.Hill)
ILTLI oo
MONDAYA~.D FRIDAYS I
LYTTON   STAGE.
Leaves Railway at Lytton at 7 a. tu.
Mondays; Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays
One hour at noon at Half-way House
Rbflcli Lillooet 5 p, m. Retaining on
Tuesdays, Wednesdays! Saturdays and
Sundays.   Ay miles along the Fiaset"
Beautiful   Scenery.
Special Trips   made.
Write to
P.     REBAGLIATI    &    CO
m.un-'i oitioo. « v ■■
,V~t,t lUUton, 1>; Ci The  Prospector.
LYTTOF
Tlie Lillooet Dredge limlces con-
nidei'uble travel mid freighting
through here. Whnt will it be
in 5 yearn. An 180.000 boat
is to be built here by Caiuidian
Capital, from near the Canadian
Capital.
Some years ago, the Church
people were very earnestly anxious to close the stores on Sunday, whicli was done and -worked
Well for a time, until some merchants found that others had a.
side door, or even a back door.
Then there wns a. Small Rebellion
but the law waa enforced as well
as possible. But it was soon noticed that the Indians no longer
eame to church so numerously as
Avhen they could combine shopping* and singing. They staid on
the-reservation and played cards
—Well now spose they did, who
was to blame for that ?
cDonald and ^cGifiivray, Ltd.
IMPORTERS OF-
General   Merchandise,
Clinton  B.C.
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EXCELSIOR HOTEL,   LILLOOET.
By George Hurley.
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Baillie Hotel -LYTTON
Under Entirely New   Management.
Excellent Accommodation for Travellers.
A choice and  varied Assortment of liquors   and cigars,
Charges Moderate.
Good Stabling       —       —
WALTER C. KEEBLE,  PROP'R.
GEOEGE HENRY'S JDEA
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Iu last issue, ani extract from
the Mining Report for tiie past
year, showed the Mining Receipts
alone, to be over $6000.00 for
tliis division. It must be borne
in mind that the total receipts
of the Government Office here,
were $23,000.00, lacking a few
dollars, for 1904.
W. Haylmore has been granted
a lease as per application, for
half a mile of Cayoosh creek, a-
bove the Enterprise and the two
Chinese claims. The rent will be
$75 a year. He is tunneling to
strike ail old channel, where *.uc-
cessive slides are supposed to
liave forced the creek out of ils
bed. Years ago when Cayoosh
was beginning to show up rich,
the miners had uo confidence in
it.—"Wrong Formation, &c &c"
Coinpjuiy after company of the
foxy Chinese came and went, taking out $100,000 each year, for
several years. Over half of this
was purchased by the ex-ineinber
A. W.  Smith,  who still  buys a.;
"
good deal of gold  here through I
_i,n agent.    Au immense amount
was sent to China.,  where gold is
at a premium.
There is a profit of about li [ter
ft.tt.1* in lhe gold buying here,
You have all heard my famous ideas'
on Single Tax, and how Progress and
Poverty go hand in hand. But I can't
make head or tail of pollytics. What's
the use to send an honeBt man like Archie McDonald down to Victory, with hi.
handa tied behind his back with tliis
here pledge. Put up your men, if you
like, and pay the exhorbiient f~e of 2
hundred 2 much, if you like, and let em
race befoie the people for glory and service, but don't bind them. Pollitics ia
like a river flowing between bluff banks
at low water.—You'll generally always
find the bar on one side or the other. It
seems that men cant run a strait course
1 but must be on one side or the other;—
either out and cant get in, or in and wont
get out. GEORGE HENRY.
Clinton, May 32
Rheumatism
*6~y
Also suffered   from  constipa-
tion, kidney disease and
stomach troubles.
Whatever mystery there may boabout rheumatism, tliis much ia certain, that it is caused
by derangement of the kidneys, and disappears when the kidneys are set right by Dr,
Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.
Mus. G_tO. W. LAV.SON, Consecon, Ont.,
writes : " It iR a pleasuro for me to state that
Dr. Chase's Kidney-
Liver Pills mado a
well woman of me,
completely curing mo
of constipation, rheumatism, stomach
troubles, and a
very severe kidney
trouble after years of
suffering. I am now
sixty-eight years of
age, and very grateful
for what Dr. Chase's
Kidney-Liver Pills
have done for me,
and for the remarkable cure of my hus-
md by tho use of Dr. Chase's Nervo Food."
By their combined action on the liver, kidneys and bowels, Dr. Chase's' Kidney-Liyei
Pills euro tlio most sever! and complicated ills
arising from derangements of these organs.
One pill a, dose, 25 cts. a box, at all dealers, at
Edmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
is the western metropolis of Canada
and
THE NEWS-ADVESTISER
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 812, Vancouver, B. C.
NOTICE
WHITE ROSE  AND  ROSEMOUXT
MINERAL CLAIMS
SITUATED in lhe Lillooet Mining District
on McGillivray Creek ahout 2 miles above
Anderson Lake. Take nolicc that I, J. H,
Purdy. free miner's certificate No. BSl'&H
audi, Dr. Alfred Poole, free miner's certificate No. B 78438 intend 60 days from dale
hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for a
certificate of improvements for the purpose
of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims
and further take notice ihnt action tinder
section 37 must be commenced before >he
issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Dated this 14th day of April 1905.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given Mint I shall at I lie-
expiry of 60 days apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for permission to
purchase 640 acres of land, commencing at a
posl about one mile up little Churn creel; from
its junction with liig Churn creek, ihence
norlh 80 chains, east 80 chains, south 80 chains
west 80 chains to initial post.
ALEXANDER McEWKN
Empire Valley, May 15, 1905.
NOTICE
MRS. LA ./SON
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NEW CROP OF HOME GROWN AND IMPORTED
** GARDEN $ FIELDS & $ FLOWER $ SEEDS W
A\
AS
■WHOLESALE    AND   RETAIL
RHODODENDRONS,     ROSKS,    GREENHOUSE   AND     HARDY   PLANTS   I'OR   SPRING .'PLANTING
CUT FI.nwp.RS,  FLORA!. WORK.   FERTILIZERS, BEK HIVES AND SUPPLIES,
EASTERN PRICKS OR LESS, CATALOGUE FREE, NO AGENTS
THOTTS-A-liTIDS     OIF     FEUIT     TB.:E_____*_2S
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GOIO WESTM'IR.   ~R.OA.~D
V~A.IsrCOTJ"V*~E3K
WOODCHUCK, WOOD-DUCK, and
TELEPHONE Mineral Claims.
Situate in the Lillooel Mining Division of
Lillooet District. Where located, on Cadwallader creek, a tributary of Iiridge Kiver.
Pake notice that I, Leslie Hill, Free Miner's
certificate, No. I! 81409 for myself and as-
agent for K.J. Taylor, Free Miner's certificate
No. B 53482 and L. G. Hums, Free Miner's
certificate No. 15 8-*i353, intend, sixty days
from foe date hereof, to apply to the Mining,
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for
ih'. purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the
above claims.
Ami further tnke notice that action under
section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 8th day of   \    LESLIE HILL
April, A. D.  1900.    J
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of ■_■ months afler date apply to lhe
Commissioner of Lands and Works to purchase 5o acres more or less of land in Lillooet
District commencing at a post near top of 17
mile hill west side of waggon road ihen norlh
to my pre-emption then west to my post then
south to southeast post then east to initial
post.
iS Mile House, THOS. J- COLE.
April 17, 1900.
A little Sunlight Soap will clean
cut glass and other articles until
they shine and sparkle. Sunlight-
Soap vvill wash other things thaa
clothes. iX;    1

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