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Vol. 7, No. 13.
LILLOOET, B. C.   MARCH 23,  '05.
Dollar a Year.
MARCH
MON TUE WED IHDR Fill SAT SUN
1         2       3 4 6
6      7       8         9      10 11 12
13    14     15        16      17 18 19
20    21     22        23      24 25 20
27    28     29        30      31
APRIL
MON TUE WED THUR FRI SAT SUN
1 2
3   4  5   6   7 8 9
10  11  12   13  14 15 16
17  18  19   20  21 22 23
24  25 26   27  28
WE HAVE BEEN  FITTING
Spectacles and Tru.se. a great many
0j years, and e.ury a larger 6tuck of
*-* these goods than any oilier drug stort-
75 in IJ. C outside of coa-t cities. We
\f\ have a tir_t class English Te -tint: Out-
tit. Ordinary rupture is curable,—i-
Miming euied every day, A well-Ailing
? irn.s is comparatively comiortahle,
S hut many coffer daily torture from
**■ ill-tiitmg tru.-Bi's, If interested, a
l« tali, witli us, either pers. nally or hy
S4 leite., will cot you nothing, and if
g jou buy, we promise you saiisfac ion
O ur money back.
a, CLARKE & CO.
Br-3-ho
LOCAL
Mr. IT. Gethman and brother
passed througli Lvtton on tlie
train for Vancouver Friday, aiul
arrived liere Monday.
A.G.liEHAGLIATI,
Tlie dance given by tlie young
bachelors lust Friday night in
Santini's hall eclipsed the former
dance by a good margin. The
young people thoroughly enjoyed themselves. A good supper
was served. J. 13. Uren anil 1).
Hammil performed their duties
admirably.
The Athenian Society held a
rifle shoot on Saturday with the
following score :—
L. Lnidley 95, 1). Dickey 93
F. Durban 91, J. Williams 75
M. Miller 70, T. Brandon 65
B. Durban 50, T. Hurley, 10
L. Santini    0.
»• Trustee Gibbs is having the
school fence rebuilt. His plan
will certainly make the grounds
look vastly better. E. Ostrander
is doing the work.
*_J~__.
PK
LlTTTOIISr,
y&—~~*
GENERAL MERCHANT.
What do you thiiiK we did
in Lillooet District not long
ago. Kef used $.000.00 a year
promised us by the Govt, as
a subsidy i'or two doctors, in
Clinton and Lillooet. Mow
the government is re-trenching, and it may be hard 10
get,       :
A survey gang is working
towards {Squamish, actually
locating the V. W. & Y.
The two former were preliminary surveys, and passed through Lillooet.
Dr. Sanson bought a lot on the
cross street on which the church
uml jtiil bnlauce one another ; &
moved the office building onto it
which stood on J. Bell's lot, and
wns once occupied by Anderson
Mines. The new site will overlook the valley, and be improved
with fruit tret*.
W. Shannon of Vancouver
is well known and liked
in |.. U. Kev. II. li. Laidley
of Lillooet, recalls the day
in '62, when they said goodbye in Ontario, and William
came west, to make a fortune. He has handled one
or two since.
How would it do to pass
a law compelling Chinamen
to learn to read and write,
allee samee white children.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that a. the expiry
of 60 days from .late, I shall apply to llie
Chief t'on.niissionei' of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase 640 acres of land in
Lillooet District, lying due east of Lot 18,
Group One, Lillooel District; commencing
at a post marked "A B.H. O'Halloran's
S. W. Corner" thence east 80 chains: (hence
north 80 chiins: thence west 80 chains:
t'.ence south 80 chains lo the point of commencement.
Dated this 13th day)  B.H. O'HALLORAN.
of March,  1905.)
The level headed men of Denver
there wns
said i.i religious reviva
impossible. vVlmt do we read?
'500 stores closed for two hours
to go to meet ing. Also, schools
and municipal buildings closed
and State Legislature adjourned
and attended Church iu a body
on a Friday. Crazy, .voir1 say.
Crazy, said Festus. I wish that
we had a spell of it and never get
sane again.
Garden    Seeds,
FLOWERS & VEGETABLES,
6, 10, 15 and 20 cents per package,
according to size and quality.
SEND YOUR ORDER NOW
Before the Choicest G01!
ft. D. GUMMING        RIGHT HOUSE
ASHOROFT.
Anyone that gets ahead of the
people of Golden must rise early,
as they have all agreed to set
their cIocks an hour ahead of the
railway station time, in order to
work an hour longer iu the balmy
morning, and play ball after tea
an hour longer in the dewy eve.
Dr. Sanson has bought it place
in Ashcrwft, which he intends to
make one of the (inest residences
there. It has streets on two sides
and lanes  on  the other two.
T.C. Clark, formerly of 17-mile
House, is running a successful
restaurant in San Jose, Calif.
Mr. Cuinn.ings and Mr. McArthur last summer placed the
seats which may be seen in five
places, along the promenade to
the east of town.
Did you ever see a stove, the
size and shape of tin old-fash ion
locomotive ? If not, then yon
were never ill the l'ioneer Motel,
Ullooet. Made of boiler iron in
1862, it is mounted on ti base,
5 by 9 ft. Takes as much wood
as an ordinary stove.
The recent' refusal of the British
Government to reduce the postage on Magazines coming into
thi-. country is to lie lamented,
as we desire reading matter of
that class, The reason given is
tlmt it would reduce the revenue
hy $15,000,000.00. At present
American magazines are flooding
the Canadian literary market.
Why should Canadians have to
read foreign literature? It wonld
he well for Cn.iunlinn _» to produce
magazines of their own. We
have one, it is true ; and also the
University monthlies, but. they
never reach the muss of tin.' people. Toronto and Montreal could
each Imve its ijpiota of magazines
and a National magazine placed
iu the hands of every reader.
If adequately supported, our
periodicals could compete witli
their American rivals.    T, 13.
POCKET   X-.XJ_J__-.XXQ3
1905
FROM 15 C. UP.   OFFICE   DIARIES
1, 2 & 3 DAYS TO A PAGE.
WHlTTAKEft'S &   THE CANADIAN
ALMANAC FULL OF INFORMATION
At   Smith   Bros'
BOOKSTORE
Vernon and Kamloops
CAYOOSH   CREEK,
At the Enti rprise Claim, they are now
about re~dy todvert the water through
the tunnel. T;e told is liable to come
out of there in buckets 5 as it is a sort
of trap for the coaise Cayoosh gold, and
is untouched yet, 300 Chinamen at one
time worked along there, and many got
$20 a day right along, and liltle or none
ever went to white miners. It was an
interesting picture from the road to lo> k
d"wn at their 1 rim il ive,. but effective
wl; and other paraphernalia. The
_~icn also " look down " on Chinaman's wages, when tomeiimes they are
making enough in a day to giubetake
7 or 9 prospectors a year.
Above the Eiite-prise are two Chinese
leases of 500 feet each; and above that
Mr. W. Haylmore has made application
for 1000 feet.
The hand that moves the rocker is the
hand that moves (he world, and pays
for grub. Tnat is the opinion of the
Indian women rocking out the gold, on
the little island iu the Fraser below the
bridge. II rockers were counted there
recently.
There was a dear old man in Mission
Junction, named Marsh, lie ia gone
now, hut there are marches all around
there when the Fraser is up.
He \\"d_ right iu his element when two
ladies approached him, one day, fiom a
delayed train, and asked if he lived here
and could tell about the river.
Laud Sake., he knew all about it. He
was a boat-puller in the cannery fleet,
when clo.e on t > seventy ; over 700 miles
ihat river raw, over gold, sea s, sturgeon
and salmun. Steamboats in'04 carried
mail to any post oflice within five miles
of the South bank. The setll.ru u~ed to
plough salmon into the sjil for manure j
people could see from the cars the dug-
jalmou struggling in ti.e ditch along tbe
track. The tides came up to Mission,
f.rty miles; nobody knew it but him,
for a time, and he found it out hy the
pigs getting around the end of the fence
at Ijw tide before daylight. Everybody
thought they swum round, except him
and Ed Thornton—
" What is the name of the river ?
Oh, bother such a memory 1 Here,
Tommy, tell the laities the name of the
river.
: The Prospector.
RAILROAD
Here it. part of Bill Shannon's
fund of information nbout our
railroad and our resource*. You
know lie is a l'ioneer real estate
man in Vancouver : and wrote
8 long letters about us to tlie
Ne.vis-Advertiser.
Tlie rond will pass tl trough tlie
famous Pemberton Meadows in
Lillooet District, admitted to be
the most fertile land in li. 0.. a
narrow valley 80 miles long, and
mostly prairie. Some is lightly
timbered, but all good soil. In
the mountains on both sides, ore
of gold and silver has been found.
[Some lots there were cancelled
by Mr. F I'i iti r, and could now be
re-located.]
Passing east along the BiiKen-
liead river, we lind a sawmill has
been brought from Lillooet to
cut aud plane 150,000 feet of
lumber for an enormous salmon
hatchery. 12 miles on is Black-
water, a stream flowing from
Blaekwater Lake, 7 miles north.
Six or seven years ago during a
mining excitementhere, hundreds
of mineral claims were tnKeu up.
The greatest value of the ore is
ia copper, with a fair percentage
of gold. It is an iron formation.
Seine of the leads ure 50 to 100
feet wide, low grade ore similar
to the Boundary country. Two
Montana experts pronounced it
one of the most extensive bodies
they ever saw.
As the survey passes Anderson
Luke it crosses McGillivray creek
where there is a small stampmill
and rich gold ore. Passing Seton
Lake ut a pluce called the Mission, the railroad would cross the
road from Seton lake to Bridge
Biver region which has beeu fairly prospected and proved rich
in Minerals. Several mines are
being worked as well as possible
without railway communication.
There is a large area of farming
land on this river, aud some fine
grazing laud.
Four miles from the lower end
of Seton lake (where there is a
successful hatchery,) the railroad
enters tlieromantic town Lillooet
with a complete gravity system
ol water pipes ; with a real California climate; with a newspaper
and three churches to keep the
people straight.
Tlie first liouse was built in '58
and Lillooet had iu two years
a population of 6,000. Millions
in gold was taken from the bars
and benches of the Fraser. This
came from innumerable veins in
the vicinity, wushed out during
past ages, lu almost every part
of this country, you can hardly
lift a pun of dirt but what you
find colors of gold.
At Foster's Bar, below Lillooet
there are very large mineral deposits of ull kinds ; copper aud
gold mixed, assaying $40 a ton,
uud a large deposit of ant imony
which has been thoroughly tested and   proved to  be rich.   On
Texas creek also are minerals.
Asbestos has been found on this
creek.
Lillooet is in tbe dry belt. In
summer there h little rain ; and
irrigation is curried on. lu many
places the soil is    very   fertile.
Peaches, grapes, sugar cane,
and sweet potatoes grow as iu
California. People on the coast,
would hardly credit this. It is a
most desirable place for invalids,
as the temperature is more even
than other parts of tlie country.
The river at Lillooet is only 700
feet above the sea. A good deal
of farming is dont. on both sides
of tne river, more on the eastern,
along the Old Cariboo Road and
there are good ranges for cattle,
back in the hills.
Leaving Lillooet, we cross the
mouth of Bridge River, only four
miles above the town, and continue up towards Big Bar. Here
there are several farms on both
sides of the river producing good
cropM. There is a large quantity
of good land above Lone Cabin
creek. There is a valley north
of the Fraser 15 miles ; coming
into the Ground Hog Hills. It
is a very extensive, grassy part,
about 3,500 feet above sea level.
There are great) plains, and undulating country dotted with
lakes. There is grass enough to
summer pasture the herds of the
entire Province.
t.
BX STAGE.
BRITISH COLOMBIA EXPRESS
Clinton and way points,
MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY
ALL CARIBOO POINTS MONDAY
150 - MILK MONDAY AND FRIDAY
LILLOOET   MONDAY AND FRIDAY
Fir Seeds wanted,
For export, needs of Douglas Fir and cedar
I will pay i'or clean seed #1,50 for fir and $_:
for cedar pt*t pound.
The seed can be secured by gathering the
cones from the trees, and spreading them on
a light flo^r, or on sheets; or on paper in a
dry room. In a few days the cones will open
:ind tl.e seed* drop ovit by stirring them occasionally.
Then clean the seed by using a sieve, or by
pouring from one dish into another, in a liglu
breeze, to ueparate light seed and dirt,
Advise as soon as possible, the quantity
i ou have, aud 1 will send directions about
shipping.  See my advertisement iu this pa per
M. J. Henry,
3010 WESTAS'R ROAD
Vancouver.
Donald and McGillivray, Ltd.
IMPORTERS OF
General   Merchandise,
Clinton  B.C.
a". ken
NEW CROP OF HOME GROWN AND IMPORTED
v GARDEN )/ F8ELD >.< & v FLOWER >£ SEEDS ^
WHOLESALE    AND   RETAIL
RHODODENDRONS,     R0SICS,    ORERNHOUSK   AND    HARDY   PLANTS  FOR   SPRING  PLANTINO
CUT FLOWF.RS,   FLORAL WORK.   FERTILIZERS, BEE HIVKS AND SUPPLIES,
EASTERN PRICES OR LESS, CATALOGUE FREB, t.0 AGENTS
T_E3:o*trsA.iNr~Ds   of   •f,*e,ttit   t*r.*b.*e_s
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3010 WESTM'IR, IROAX.
*V" A-IISTC OU"V~E3~R/
Hotel Victoria,
LILLOOET,
MARK R. EA G_~SON,   PROPRIETOR
Headquarters of
3IG- OjA-IS^E ■£XM2_TT_E__E13
Wire for Outfits, guides
Etc.   Cost  Reasonable.
Every Attention to Travellers and Commercials.
Large Sample Rooms.
Meadqua'.U'.rs of Ashcroft and Lyttos
Stacks. Sph.cial ratks for families SPENDING  SKASONS.
■RomiiB,  Table, Liquors and
S. ul ili11£,   A ll   Excellent
Here is a list of p..psrs which you may
s»c at our office ; Victoria Times, Uedley
Gazette, Scientific American, Winnipeg
Free Press, Montreal Weekly Witness, and
the Family Herald of course The Vancouver
World and News Advertiser, Kamloops Wa-
wa, Ashcrolt Journal, Seattle 1'. I. Herald
of ~.evelsto'~.e, Ft Steele Prospector.
IJ
ink
Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT,
LILLOOET.
EVERYTHING for MINERS
NEW GOODS —
Antiplilogistine, Beef Iron and Wine,
Camphor, Caaearenna, Chamois Skint*
Extract Witch Hazel, Eutbviuol, Nenri-
line, Biomo Seltzer, Pepsin Tableti,
Pears' Soap, Walnutta Hair Stain, Bella*
donna Plasters, Seidletz Powders, Head*
ache. Powders, Carter's Little Liver Pills,
Carbolic Soap, Lubin's Perfumes, R. dc
G.'u nnd Assorted Perfumes, Lubin's
Toilet Powder, Powder Puffs and Boxes,
liny your medicines at the Drug Store,
The first consideration is quality. The
General Store doesn't know much about
quality. The next thing is Price. The
G. S. dot .n't know much about Drug
prices. He sells one thing absurdly low
and another thing absurdly liitth. And
you want to know things that he can't
tell you. We can. It is our business to
know and to tell you and to hold our
tori|.u«'. about it. We exchange things
not damaged or give money back. We'll
do anything to please you. Buy your
MediciueB at the Drug Store.
umm-o       CLARKE & CO.
PROSPECTOR !! The   Prospector.
The PROSPECTOR
~^r_E_-__:__c.2_-~T.
ADVMTISING KATES LOW AS  POSSIBLE,
Basis of SO cents ter squaxe Inch,
tt* Month. Land or Mining Notices
So DAYS   $4 60 DAYS  $6.
_&_z o.-w._A._E&3_^:s,r~~ao2srG.
LILLOOET,  B.C.,   MAR. 23,1905.
Mr. Garter-Cotton suggested amending
tbe General Railway Act to meet all the
cases, instead of loading down Private
Bills with amendments.
Do the people of Lillooet District want
the V. W. and Y.
Some do and SOME DO NOT.
Let those that want quick action, take
steps to let Mr. A. McDonald at Victoria
know that he has their support in whatever he can do to get it started.
The proposed extension of the V. W.
and Y. to Lillooet and nort b received an
endorsement by the Vancouver council
in a resolution, " That a petition be prepared and forwarded to the Provincial
Government, signed by the mayor and
city clerk, showing tbe urgent need and
advantage of the construction of the V.
W. and Y. northward ; that copieB of it
be sent to the premier, and members for
Vancouver, and that telegrams be sent
to our representatives of what is being
done."
Maine has 2000 registered guides, of
whom 500 are farmers.
They earned last year $300,000. 00
J. DUNLOP,
ar-_n2_T_____E_.J_.X-, STOia*E3,
LILLOOET.
CORRESPONDENCE
Mr. Editor,
I see in tbe Prospector where some
one has corrected a mistake in giving
Miss Ulrich the honor of being the belle
of the Clinton Ball.
Miss Ulrich announces that she had no
desire to ba tbe belle of Olinton ball.
Mrs. E. E. Bell was the only Bell in
the ball-room.
Tha rumor in circulation is, tbat the
Lac La Hache people went down to teach
the lower country people how to dance.
They did not.
If you wish a good enjoyable dance
and first class music go to Lac La Hache.
SUBSCRIBER.
Wm.  CUMMING,
General Store and B.C. Express Agent
.    _ LILLOOET.
MINERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
7A\ynpkp\\7f
O. A.. PHAIR,
^ General   Merchant. )^
Outfits   and Guides  famished
t0"      to Hantlng Parties.      j_V_t
Groceries, Hardware,   Droos, Photo
Supplies, Dry Coods, Etc.
LXI/LOOZEOT    -    -    IB-    O.
Dredgemaster J7 Tool received a telegram from Iowa
stating his mother was not
expected to live On account
of affairs needing attention
at Iowa Dredge, Mr. Tool is
unable to leave.
Across the river is a peaceful spot, where a long low
hill holds the dust of Scott,
the man who brought water
onto that land from Fountain. Those terraces, when set
with regular rows of orchard
and bright green alfalfa, will
not look any prettier than
to-day, with their tinted surfaces and shrubs, and picturesque pines, conical <fe cone
laden.
Lillooet turns out to church better
than Asbcroft. Good music and singing
and preaching and good attendance, last
Sabbath evening. The Sunday schools
are doing a work which far excels even
a day school. The Catholic Sunday-
School is conducted by Mrs. P. Santini.
Parents would enjoy an hour with the
pupils occasionally.
Mr. McFarlane, the operator,
is taKing a holiday. He intends
tearing* down the ancient wtruc-
ture of logs now used jby J. Bell
as a stable, and move the ticker
into the neat office adjoining the
Smith residence.
Air. Pritchanl came from Anil-
croft to do the telegraphing for
a few weeks.
Messrs. Donaghen & Johnson
have taken the contract of providing now quarters for J. Bell's
horse, and chickens. This is to
be done by renovating a cabin
on the edge of the bank facing
the river.
GAME QUESTION.
The Game Amendment Act as
introduced, provides that nonresidents who pay $50 a year,
mny export head, hide or horns
of caribou or goat, but not bear.
Lime is not to be used to secure
trout. Free miners may shoot
deer when prospecting.
»<K€^>e<^>»:}fe€^^
MINING   NOTES.
^mAimmmm^ym
Mr. H. M. Babb and his
associates will bring in a saw
mill via Lytton this Spring,
for use in connection with a
hydraulic mining plant now
installed on Alexander creek,
35 miles up Bridge Biver.
It will include a planer and
is rendered necessary and e-
conomical by the high price
of whip sawed lumber, $40 a
thousand, and the amount
of lumber required in that
kind of mining. Water will
furnish power.
NOTICE
To Miners   & Stockmen:
The Land Commissioner is
advising Govt. Agents that
the meaning of the Act is,
put your notice in the District paper. I reduce rates
to $4 for 30 days, or $6 for
60 days.
School Notes.
The Rehearsal.
Two juveniles sat On a garden fence,
The night with darkness was most dense,
They talked of philosophy, letters and law.
While musical cadences sweet from  above
Completely kindled their hearts of love.
And h'gh o'er all the entrancing voice
That made their dancing hearts rejoice,
But the end was come and the practice o'er,
The delighted young men waited no more
Bul followed advice from the sages oi yore—
Gleefully walked homeward, not two but four.
Struck Ore
In our big tunnel. Mining experts say it
will grow bigger and better. Many large
gold veins are jus', ahead, and will be cut in
rapid succession.    We own the 200 acres
WITHOUT     *D*E3"B*r
AT G0LDFIEID
The Camp of quick fortunes. We own 100
acres with gold strikes all around. Gold
veins discovered.    Join now and
ETIELIP ~DIQ-
F.very share of Golden Sun stock gives ownership in the Goldfield 100 acres and Colorado
200—total 300. Dividends declared on both
would be 2 dividends on i  investment.
$15 BUYS 1000   SHARES
$45 buys 3,300    $90   buys 6,600    Full paid
non assessable.   Buy before the prices
ADVANCE 500 PER CENT
ORDER AT ONCE  the cheapest and best
with ore in the mines and cash   in  treasury;
If over subscribed your money returned
Highest Commercial and Bank references.
Make all remittances payable to
THE GOLDEN SUN
Mining and Milling Co
20_t_UTTRIDGr_: BLDG, DENVER, Colo
L<jave_ R~ihvny at, Lytton nt 7 a. m.
Monday., Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays
One hour at noon at Half-way House
Roach Liilnoet 5 p. m. Returning on
rue. days, Wednesdays, Saturdays and
Sundays.   47 miles along the Fraser.
Beautiful  Scenery.
Special Trips   made.
Write to
P.     REBAGLIATI   &   CO.
Story »f Principal Bcchaa.
Not a fortnight after Mr. Buchan'*
induction in 1881 he gave the whole
Upper Canada College, Toronto, in
prayer-ha.il assembled, a taste of his
quality as a disciplinarian. There
had arisen some slight friction regarding, if memory serves, Day by
Day in Toronto News, a change in
the rule allowing members of tha
Sixth Form, two, in place of three,
afternoons' leave down town each
week. Mr, Buchan made the change
after deep consideration, and, aiier
receiving: a deputation from the
Sixth, promised to announce his final resolution the next afternoon at
prayers. The statement was duly
made, and it was that the change
must taJto place. Suddenly from
where the Sixth sat, came a sibilant,
long-drawn hiss. The boys were
amazed. Nothing of the kind had
been over heard in that hall before.
Mr. Buchan gazed towards thc Sixth,
and, in cold, even tones, said:
"Tho boy who hissed, stand up."
In a second a tall, broad shouldered youth was on his feet.
"A ,"  said  the Principal,   "you
will take ten demerits."
Tho boy turned white and snt
down. He and another were running
neck and neck for the headship of
the school, and the I'rince of Wales
scholarship. Ten demerits meant
that a number of marks representing
a fair month's work would be deducted at the end of the year. The
judgment of the Principal meant
death to the offender's chancts; it
wns about, the stitTest sentence that
could be imposed, short of expulsion
The culprit, who is one of the leaders of his profession to-day, took hie
punishment gamely, but it was neither mitiguted nor remitted, although
his rival and conaueror—as subsequent events showed—begged Mr.
Buchan to let him take five of hia
demerits himself. This might have
allowed a third boy to gain the coveted distinction, but this was doubtful, as the two lads mentioned wore
head and shoulders above their form-
mates. Mr. Buchan sternly refused
to make any change, so the friend
and advocate of the boy who hissad
went ahead and cantered in with the
honors. He was as much provoked
at being denied the contest as he
was pleased at his success.
W^mm^^^irsW^
50  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
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