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Vol. 7, No. 20.
ULLOOET,  B. C.   MAY 11,  '05.
Dollar a Year.
APRIL
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SIDNEY WILLIAMS,
-BJ_-.o-v-x2_tcxj_.x_,
XjJ_.2_T_U> STJJa*V**E*~rOE,,
QUESNELLE, B. C.
I mnke a trip tlnougli I.iiiooet District
every summer.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 6o days after
date I intend to apply to the Chief Commits-
iotier o! Lands and Works for permission to
purcha~e 240 acres more or less of pasluru
land situated in Lillooet District.
Commencing at a |)"St market! M. E. Be-
loud Lot 661 N, E corner ihence east 40
chains ihence south east 20 chains thence
West 40 chains ihence north 20 chains to
point of commencement.
17 Mile liouse *\    M. E. BELOUD.
April 7,   1905. /
NOTICE
White rose and rosemount
MINERAL CLAIMS
SITUATED in the Lillooel Mining District
on McGiliivray Creel; about 2 miles above
Aiidtrxm Lai e. Take notice that I, J. H.
Purdy. free miner's certificate No. B5285J
and I, Dr. Alfred Poole, free miner's eenili-
cnle No. K 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 tho above claims
and further take notice that action under
section 37 must lie commenced before the
issuance of such certificate cf improvements.
Dated this 14th day of April 1905.
NOTICE.
ID _R. ~E3 ID O-~B
An Iowa Friend of the
Prospector sends an article
on dredging, which contains
items of interest,—
Successful dredging in the
U. S. is only 8 years old, and
70 dredges are in operation.
New Zealand boasts 292. 15
cents 10 a cubic yard, pays.
Some ground worth $25 an
acre agriculturally, brings
$1000.00 an acre for gold.
The land is rendered absolutely valueless for millions
of years, but who cares. It
would cost say half a cent a
yard extra, to leave it as before, amounting to $200 per
acre.
The women of a beautiful
fruit colony called Fairoaks,
Cal, tried to secure a law.
requiring 18 inches of earth
left on top, but failed.
CLARKE & CO.,
Chemists and Druggists,
LILLOOET, li. C.
Notice is hereby given that I have placed
tny hooks and acci tints into lhe hands of
Samuel Gilbs, Notary, Lillooet, for collect-
Ln. All persons owing me money are hereby instructed t pi<y such indebtedness to
liim forthv. i h; find nil receipts given by him
tin my account will be valid.
Lillooel. 17th day    > YlCK   KI5E
of    April,    1905.    j      .
NOTICE
WOODCHUCK, WOOD-DUCK, and
TELEPHONE Mineral Claims.
Situate in the Lillooet Mining Division of
Lillooet District, Where located, on Cadwallader creek, a tributary of Bridge Kiver.
Take notice that I, Leslie mil, Free Miner's
certificate, No. li 81409 for myself and as
agent foi li.J. Taylor, Kree^Miner's certificate
Nil. 1! 53182 and L. G. Burns, Free Miner's
certificate No, I. 85353, intend, sixty days
from tha date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Ceitificate of Improvements for
the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the
above claims.
And further take notice that action under
section 37 musl be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated thisSth day of    \    LESLlfi HILt.
April, A. Di 190*5.     I
GOOD   ROADS
To tlie Editor,
Sir;-
Once more Spring- is liere, and
rond work will soon be the order
of tlie day. We ure ull aware
that roads und trails ure essential in this country to enable
prospectors, hunters, and the
general public to get around,
and it i.s n pity to see old trails
allowed to tall out of repair.
A week or so ago 1 had. oeca-
1011 to go up tlie Bridge River,
above the mouth of the North
Fork, and travelled along what
was left of the old Dewdney trail
as far as it went, and I was
much struck with the natural
advantages of that route into
the Bridge River, and how much
it is to be preferred to the climb
over the Mission .Mountain, even
in the summer, not to mention
winter conditions.
The trail from Brown's Hydraulic to Hell Creek, while badly in need of repair, could be fixed at no great expense ; and beyond that as far us Jack's Landing would not cost much, and
the saving on the Jack's Landing Ferry would soon pay for it.
besides rendering the Mike le
Moyne Creek bench available for
ranching purposes.
At present the route into the
South Foik is tough, to say the
least, unless Lhe steamer is specially chartered ; aud hunters j
who have horses wintering a-
bovelhe Landing have a rough
time to get lliem out—when the
suowlnll is dee]i, it i.s nn impossible job— whereas, by using  the
und the gold ceases. It is there-
ore probable that the source of
the gold may some day be found
somewhere near the contact, and
if the trail is kept iu repair, its
existence and completion to connect with the trail at Jack's
Landing, will enable hunters and
prospectors to get into a section
of country from which they are
deterred at present.
While the completion of this
trail would probably put the ferry, and Seton Lake steamboat
out of commission, still the general public should be considered
and the Nortli Fork trail, which
is now kept up principally for
the benefit of but two ranchers,
would then be a benefit to all.
Should the mines on the upper
Bridge River reach a stage when
heavy machinery would be needed, a wagon road would lie necessary, and to build a road over
Mission Mountain at a proper
grade would be foolish aud needless waste of public money, an!
considerable transfer except iu
su miner. C. 1). WRAY.
natural route, the river valley,
they could get iu and out at
any or all times.
Besides, it is a well known fact
that placer gold can be got up
the Bridge River for five miles
above the mouth of the North
Fork-, where the QTUuite comes iu
Clinton, May 6th.
To the Editor,
Sir,— In the Prospector of the
27t.h April, a letter, containing
news items and signed,Onlooker
Was published, and for glaring
falsification of facts, and low
cowardly insinuations against
respectable people of this community, it is possibly without
parallel in tlie history of your
paper, and ranks well with a
previous letter published over no
signature some time ago.
'J'lie writer in both these letters
gave some very good news items
and so framed his objectionable
paragraphs, that .you no doubt,
a stranger to this port ion of the
District and community, were
deceived and induced to publish
the letters iu their entirety.
Onlooker, whoever he may be,
(and uo doubt you have his
name to his communication, )
dare not come out like a man,
and deny over his own signature
that which 1 have stated a hove ;
and give the public who know
the facts as they are, a chance
to judge betweeu us.
I GIVE HIM THE LIE DIRECT :—
aiul await his reply.
Thanking you i'or this space,
Yours, B. li. li.
I think thi" writ, r hits thp nail
on Ihe head fid, /
The  Prospector
The PEOSPECTQB.
•W'EI-EIICX.'S".
Advertising Rates low as possible,
Basis of SO cents per square Inch,
per Month. Land or Mining Notices
3o days %.\        60 days $6.
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HASH
Oranges at Lillooet;— Paul
Santini has an orange tree with
about 24 oranges on, but they
are pretty small. In fact, hut
for the orange color, you would
take them for Jerusalem cherries
instead of a genuine, diminutive
Japanese orange.
A meeting of shareholders of
the Lorne Mine was held recently
in Mr. Gibbs'oflice. It is likely
that operations will lie carried
on with renewed activity. The
maps do not appeal* to be very
correct, of this portion of Bridge
River, making it appear too far
from the lakes; while in reality,
it is only about 20 miles from
the Lorne to the Mission, as Lite
crow flies. The 24 shares 110V
stand as follows ;— Coughlin 7
Hurley 6; Young 4, May 4, Abercrombie 2, Murray 1. Messrs.
May and Young were here from
Vancouver on mining business.
The latter has just returned from
a trip to Mexico, where he saw
some wonderful gold mines.
Wm. Dickey took 140 cattle
up the river as far as High Bar.
Crops are about all in up thee.
Mr. Comstock of the Victoria
had a visit from a brother from
Yakima, Washington, who will
put in a summer prospecting in
the vicinity of Barkerville.
Harry O'Donaghey says,  one
of his friends killed a big lion
ram with a No. 17 head ;   am
didn't go out of B. C. to do it
Poor Old Greyhound Bill died
at The Home recently. He was
a, familiar figure around Clinton
five years ago. Get onto some
land, fellers, so as to die iu a
home of your own, and make a
lower tax rate. Also make the
Provincial Police Bill lower during the Lime you are young &
Hearty.
CORRESPONDENCE.
To tbe Editor,
Sir,— I notice with great:
surprise Mr. J. W. Pearson's;
letter in your last issue.    It
_,'
seems almost impossible tbat]
witli all bis experience, he
should be deluded with the
fallacy that coyotes, eagles,'
and Avolverines are not re-,
sponsible for more destruc-
tion of mountain sheep than
all the guides,  hunters, and j
Indians put together.
f have been myself an eyewitness of an eagle taking a
kid  from its mother's side.
I would suggest, that the
Government should give a
bounty of $10 on wolverines.
$5 for coyotes, and $2.50 on
eagles. This would be more
real protection to the sheep
than a game warden at 1500
per annum.
RlCI-IAl.D Mbans.
On Wednesday, the flag hung
afc half-mast over the. beau ti fill
lawn ; and everywhere are heard
expressions of sympathy for the
affectionate parents of William
Gibbs.
\W_-__W_____WS-_W_l
Died, on May the 6th, 1905, at
Greenwood B. C. of typhoid fever,
William Henry George Gibbs, aged
twenty nine years ; late of the Hank
of Montreal ; the beloved son of
Samuel anil ElTie Gibbs uf I.iiiooet.
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Arthur H. Martley      -       Henry Schwartz
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Our terms are equitable.
We have u complete outfit.
We give you a guarantee.
LILLOOET,
Two young members of a Geological Survey party under Mr.
Webster, acting on informjitioa
picked up along the way, returned to Bulkley Valley, after the
trip was over, determined to find
coal. They were Howard Stow
and S. A. Poole ; they found it,
but Slow lost his life and then*
money in crossing a slough,
j standing up iu a canoe.
I
Blenheim,
April, '05
ONE STANZA
From the writings of a, boy who took his own life.
The gathered storm is ripe, and big drops fall,.
Sunbuivnt  meadows smoKe, and drink tbe rain,
A coming ghastness does the cattle pall
And full flocks are driving   o'er   yon    plain,
Dashed  from  the clouds,  the waters fly again,
The wel'sln opens, yellow'lightning flies.
A fiery steam in the wide flashing* dies.
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There are very few cleansing operations in which Sunlight
Soap cannot be used to advantage. It makes the home bright
and clean. ia
BROWN
BETTY
Tliis quaint old-style tea-
pct is one whose popularity "age doth not stale."
Wilh fine Sterling silver
imiuntinca an.l .-my mono-
.-mm, wa sell it f.tr $!~.cv*.
It 1i:k a whi to, rl.17.tLl 10
movable "steeper."
Ordering by mail means
prompt and «atis.actory
purchasing. Send   for
catalogue.
KYK1E BROS.
"DIAMOND HALL"
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A flirt Frn.i. tlie nnminion.
On this occasion, however, Canada
will not fail I'll showing appreciation
of the honor done her. Sha will dp-
sire to follow tho precedent established by Godparents, who grace
somewhat similar occasions by presenting a mug or a spoon to their
little namesake. This custom is very
popular in the United States, where
the practice is uiado of naming vessels after the vaiious States. The
State so honored never fails to pre-
sent to the vessel some magnificent
present, beautiful dinner plates being
probably tho favorite gift. Most, ol
tho largo American men-p'-war havi
exquisite services, and much rivalry
is shown by the various States, enr.h
being anxious to outdo her sisters.
The Dominfon Government will probably not allow the opportunity to
pass without presenting to the nonunion bdme present to show that
we are not Insensible to the compliment that lias been paid us.
Whatever gift is* chosen, it must bo
worthy of a great country. The test
is none too good for tho Domin:on,
and only the beat would be worthy
of Canada.
tm*T. Cannl TJustnem.
The Sues. Canal, cut at such tremendous cost of money and life, is
proving a lucrative investment to its
present owners. The net'tonn.ige
passing through the canal last year
increased 424,573 tons over 1°01.
The transit receipts were over tv.en-
\y million dollars—the n gi-.est received since the opening of the canal; 8,708 vessels passed through the
canal last year, of which 2,165 flew
the British t_a__-
An Island Fatal to Mice.
There is a small irland named Fapa
Little, that lies in St. Magnus Bay,
on the nest side of Shetland, It guts
bis name in contradistinction to Papa Slour, or tho l!ig 1-apa, another
Island in the same bay. Eo h names
. arj of No se origin, and signify
;. Priest Js'cnds, from the fact that
-• t-he.y wo. o coloni ed by the Irish Ca-
t.holi s who fust Introduced Ch i?ti-
anity 'ihe o was a soUia.y trot
on this is tnd at one time, but all
tiiat now remains is a ni:ed homestead, fer tho pla e is used puiely
i< r gra ing purposes" A st. i. ing
foatu e of the isles is the fret that
no mi e can live there, ard on \aii-
o s o cnsi.ns, to tost the tnth cf
this, mice ha-e Leon caught and
slipped on th; is e, but so uncou-
gc.'ial did its soil prove to their existence that in a shoit time they
weie dead. Tlice a.e in t~n-es of
emfte's on tV~c mainland, when
foub'ed with mi e, going the lenfc _h
of fet h ng earth fiom tha isle end
sprinkling it on the ground before
building their rti.es. This is said
to have had the tls-i ed e_~8Ct in all
eases.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at lhe
expiry of 2 months after date apply to tha
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Woiks to
I purchase 320 acres more or le»s of land in
Lillooet District commencing at a post about
I riffle east ol" 19 mile post LlllOnel & Clinton
wngfjo^.rond thence south 40 chains thence
t/f'So chains then north 40 chains then wesl
80 chains to initial post,
18 Mi'e House,    .    DANIEL  HURLEY
April 10, 1900.    f
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given ihat at the expiry
of 60 days from date, I shall apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for
! permission to purchase 640 acres of land in
I.iiiooet District, 1) ing due east of Lot lS,
Croup One, I.illoort District ; commencing
at a post marked "A B.H. O'Halloran's
S. \V. Corner" thence east 80 chains: thence
north 80 chains: thence west 80 chains:
thence south So chains to the  point of com-
I mencemvtnt.
Dated this 13th day)  B.H. O'HALLORAN.
of March,  1905.)
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of 60 days from date apply for permission from the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works to purchase 640 acres of land in
the District of Lillooet commencing about
five miles from North Last comer of lot 225
thence nortli S) chains tli?nce west 80 chains
thence Souih 80 chains thence East So chain.'
to initial post.
Empire Valley.    |      JOHN BISHOP.
March 20, 1906   J
LYTTON   STAGE,
Leaves Railway at Lytton at 7 a. m.
Monday p. laeedaye, Fridays, Saturdays-
One hour at noon at Half-way House
Rt'iieh Lillooet. 5 p. m. Returning on
I'ue-diiyH, Wednesdays, Saturdays and
•Sundays.   47 miles along the Fraser.
Beautiful   Scenery.
^ Special Trips   made.
Writo to
P.    REBAGLIATI   &   CO.
OT.   -vV.   F_E.J_._B,3(D2iT,     -_
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OXiI~C5TTO~CSr,   33. C.
If this be respectfully marked red
It menus that your subsoiipton and
my rent liave not beeu paid.
ii~ii~m~iH
It marked In a thankful hluo you
will  know your   dollar goi here,
and a receipt is returning.
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BX STAGE.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
Clinton and way points,
MONDAY - WEDNESDAY • TRIDAY
ALL CARIBOO POINTS MONDAY
150 - MILE MONDAY AND FRIDAY
LILLOOET  MONDAYAND FRIDAYS
NOTICE
•
Notice is hereby given that I shall at ihe
expiry of 2 months apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands atid Works for permission
to purchase 160 acre of land in Lillooet
District, commencing at a post ahout one
mile east of the 26-mile post, Lillooet and
Clinton wagon road, ihence east 40 chains,
north 40 chains, west 40 chains, south* 40
c' nins to initial post.
18 Mile House, )      THOS. J. COLE,
March 17, 1905.J
Garden    Seeds,
FLOWERS &VEGETA8L
5, 10, 15 and 20 cents per package,
according to size and qufility.
F~_
SE^O YGL.R ORDER NOW
Before the Choicest GO ! _
It D. CUMMING RIGHT HOUSE,
ASHOROFT.
of Paralysis
Left arm got numb—Doctor*
said nervous exhaustion—
Remarkable cure by Dr.
Chase's Nervo   Food.
Mus. Chas. S. Craven, North Gower, Ont.,
writes: "I do not hesitate to recommend Dr.
Chase's Nerve Food and would not begrudge
(fifty dollars for the good it has done me
For six years I suffered
With seven; pains in my
right shoulder and numb.
ness in my left arm. No
tongue c.iii tell what I suffered. The doctors said the
trouble wa. from the nerves
but their mtdiclnes proved
of no avail so I resolved 10
give Dr. Chase's Nerve
food a trial. After using
ssix boxes of thin medicine
my health was so greatly
improved that I got more
nnd I use I in all twenty-
(sight boxes with the result that I am'completely
"ured. 1 do not feel that I can use sti ong enough
words in recommending this medicine tj all who
lufi'er as 1 did.''
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food 50 c?ntt 1 box. To
protect you against imitations ihe portrait and
signature of Dr. A, W. Chase, tho famous
•c.oipt book author, ue on evuy box of his
nmetUeti
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given lhat I shall at the
expiry of 60 dnys from da'e. apply for permission from the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works, to purchase 640 acres of
land in the District of Lillooet, commencing
at a point about one mile from North Last
corner of Lot 225, thence North 80 chains,
thence west So chains, thence SJtith So chains,
ihence Kast 80 chains to initial point.
Empire Valley,    )
March 20, 19..5   J SAMUEL BISHOP.
•Mr*    flj?
MRS. CRAVEN
Here is a list of papers   which yotl may
see al our office j Victoria Times, Hedley
(Jnzette, Scientific American, Winnipeg
!'*i"ee l'iess, .Montreal Weekly Witness, and
the Family Herald of course The Vancouver
A'orld and News Advertiser, Kamloops Wa-
wa, Ashcroft Journal, Seattle 1'. I. Herald
of Revelsloke, Ft Steele Prospector.
The Pro=p< ctor will print free tlie (0:
iOrt ing I'dvertl-enients :
help wanted,
work wanted.
Articles for sale,
Fir Seeds wanted,
For export, seed, of Douglas Fir and cedar j
I will pay for clean seed $1,00 for fir and $2 !
for cedar per pound.
The seed can he secured by gathering the
cones from the trees, and spreading them on
a tight floor, or on sheets; or on paper in a
dry room. In a few days the cones will open
and tl.e seeds drop out by stirring them occasionally.
Then clean the seed by using a sieve, or by
pouring from one dish into another, in a light
breeze, to separate light seed and dirt,
Advise as soon as possible, the quantity
\ ou have, and I will send directions about
shipping.  See my advertisement in this paper
M. ,T. Henry,
3010 WESTM'R ROAD
Vaneouver.
NOTICE
I-Di-ii,—At tlie Grange, Pavilion
on May 5, to Mrs. J. 13. Bryson,
a son.
W.W.Jones of Big Horn Ranch
was in, t.iici.pl.uiiieci a drive to
tlie Dredge for the Prospector.
We were away at the Enterprise
Mine, whicli will be written up, iu
next issue.
Helen Deshiekls has had pneumonia. Her father telegraphed
to Dr. Sanson, who could not
come, and to her sister tit the
convent, Kamloops, who arrived
Monday evening. Helen is some
better* and may accompany her
sister to Kamloops, when strong
enough.
W. Miller's little boy was very
ill on Sunday. Dr. Clarke was
called, and fixed up his little in.
sides all right again.
R.J. Hid well, of Alexis Creek,
Chilcotin, i.s appointed a Deputy
Game Warden,
The genial proprietor] of the
Victoria. House is niakiiig some
improvements to the Allen property recently acquired, pas-put
! in several additions to the water
1 works system of i.iiiooet. Also
removed 20 wagon loads of rubbish from the rear,-which w.is
[dumped iu the cut in front of Dr.
Sanson's vacant building, thus
improving that property also.
in addition to these, a fence has
been built around the two lots
on which Wawn's shop stands iu
consideration for the use of I ho
land, which belongs to the telegrapher.
Beaver must not be caught for
6 years from 1st August next.
Valuable information in regard
to these valuable fur-bearers wjis
furnished to the government by
the well-known surveyor, Sidney
Williams, Esq. of Quesnelle.
Married,—At St. James Church, Van.
couver, W. C. Ki eble to Miss RebaRliati
of Lytton. Mr. H. G. Stringer acted as
best man. Air Keeble is proprietor of
tie Baillie House at Lytton, and was a
participant in the late South Af'ican
war, where he won a medal. Ho is a
great lover of outdoor Bport.
Lytton has bad two other weddings, I
am to'd. ilr. Frank Oialla to Miss Arnold. Mr. Alphonse Hautier to Mrs.
Gillie3. And G. G. Rebagliati i. buiid.
in.: a house.
The Indian Hospital at Lytton, which
waa burnt, is b(*inj_rre-bnllt.
Notice  is  hereby given that I shall at thc ]
expiry of d months  alter date  apply  to  the
Commissioner of Lands and  Works to pur-1
chase 5o acres more or less of land in I.iiiooet '
District commencing at a post near top of I"
mile hill west side of waggon road then north |
to my pre-emption then west to my post then
south to southeast post then  oast  to  initial
post.
iS Mile House, THOS. J' COLE.
April 17, !Oo5 \
As «e go to pre.s, Mr. A. II. Martlev
receives intelligence of the death of liis
hisier, Mis. Pelletier, of Vancouver.
Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT,
LILLOOET.
for MINERS The  Prospector,
.animifciiiiir'--   i_i   in
CAME OF CARDS
ENDS IN MURDER.
While under the .influence of
liquor, unci quarreling- over cards
near Vernon, several Indians got
info a murderous row in their
camp, resulting in death for one
uf them. The white men make
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formerly sold. Jt is said the
American travellers in particular call for temperance
beverages.
N0TSCE
Notice is hereby given that I shall nt lhe
expiry of 6o days from date, apply for permission from the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works lo purchase 640 acres of
Land in the District of Lillooet commencing
about two miles from the North East corner
of Lot 225 thence North 80 chains thence
West 80 chains thence south 80 chains ihence
Ea-t 80 chains to initial point.
Empire Valley,    I
March 20, 1905   j       JOHN ARTHURS
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of Oo dnys from date apply for permission from lhe Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works to purchase 640 acres of land in
the District of Lillooel commencing about
three miles from North East comer of lot 225
thence Nonh 80 chains thence West So chains
thence South 80 chains ihence East 80 chains
to initial point.
Empire Valley,  I    MARGARET BISHOP.
Match 20, 1905 j"
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of 60 days from date apply for permission from the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works to purchase 640 acres of land in
the District ol Lillooet commencing about
four miles from North East coiner of lot ■__$
thence North 80 chains thence West So chains
thence South So chains thence East 80 chains
to initial point.
Empire Valley,  I   WILLIAM BISHOP.
.March 20, 1905. j
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 1 sliall at th<?
expiry of 60 days apply for permission from
the Chief Cummissspner of Lands and Works
to purchase 640 acres of land in Lillooet Wi-
trici. commencing at the Nonh East corner
of Lot 225, thence North 80 chains, thence
West. So chains, thence South So chains,
thence E.-e;t 80 chains to initial point.
Empire Valley,    ) ANTHONY BISHOf.
March 20, '.005, )'
NOTICE.
J Notice is hereby given that. 60 days from
date I intend to apply to tjie Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works fur permission to
I purchase 320 acres ol" pastoral land situated
in Lillooet District, cr-inmencing at a post
at the northwest conir r of Lot 536. marked
Elizabeth Foster's Southwest post, thence
nonh So chains, thence east 40 chains, ihence
south 80 chains, thence west 40 chains to
point of commencement.
Dated the 5th day _ ELIZABETH FOSTER
of April, 1905.   /
•  NOTICE
Notice is herein' given that 60 days from
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purchase 320 acres of I'astoral land situated
in Lillooet Disinct, on Thomas J. Cole's
mountain, commencing at a post marked
Moses Foster's west post, thence north 40
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Dated this 5th day **!        MOSES FOSTER
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