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LILLOOET, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 29 i<>or,
$2.00 a year
LILLOOiU* AND BltniQE WSIL* STORKS.
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THE PROSPECTOR.
HV THS PHO3PJ30TO1, PBDI,ISH*THa COMPANY.
0-Eisr^^-A.x.   Minsia-a^AJsra
nners ouppues.^*^s>*.
Branch Store at Bridge lUvcr where &
full stock of General Merchandise aiul Min
ers Outfits arc om hand,
J. Dunlop, General Merchant, Lillooet, B.C
aul Santini
GENERAL MEllCrUNT, LILLOOET, B, 0.
s, [nil stock of all Kindt 'i U'OioiUs, D.y   G-.
11 ,r,|w»rc, etc,
MIRERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.^:
Carries a [nil stock of all kinds ■>( U o-.tnieB. D.y   Good',   P. ots  and  Shoes.
11 ■ •••Iwnre. -te. •
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_r»XO*KraE3C3Ri   HOT._Ij,
Lillooet. IS. U.
I-'RED. H.  KELSON, Proprietor.
Igtnjftle   s>o»s   lor    t'otnlK.rutsI    Travellers
fc.t?»ry !»>-'. ,> ransesflpli,   'Ave: luoeta
ite-nwb i.-.i terzueatti tu sua fiom
^sdarse*   ljku ceil 81 Itfpe
J'lir.i $.».»».
otel Victoria,
LIT-."
;o:s':_  35, a-
This hotel bain» now antl tho" Highly rfnlsu*d thTOHJtirint ia tlio only (Irs
riss.i hotel iii Lil'iOoet, Persons nailing *'• L'!U>i>et will receive every attention lij
sjtspping »t tiie Hotol Victoria. Good sibling in connection with tbe liotel. Head-
Quartet! tor ike Lillooet-l.rtton stsge.
9   ©   0   9   9   9     CHASCOI    MOOCKATlI.      -    ii   «J    ty   w   w
M, R. EAGLESON,
Proprietor,
f_Li_ia__ja
33XOELSIOB   ZECOTTSIEJ.
j_. _r|E,A.a:_iiti, _»_ao_?.
HLLeOKT,	
Tlie Bar ia Bupplied with the boil Wines, I.lquon nml Cigars.
LJ, C.
LYTTON STAGE LINE.
Stagu leaves Lytton even* Tuesday and Saturday morning for Lillooet, returning next day.    Special trips made.
If you contentulato a trip into Lillooel district, wiito ua for information.
CAMERON & HURLEY     -:•    Lytton and Lillooet, B I
ay. v.i'i a i swm ~-te
Bridge River Travel
Steamer leaves tlie Mill wharf every morning (except
Sunday) at U a. in., for hike pointy,
Returning leaves the Mission at 2 p.m.
Fur information concenting rates, special trips Ac,
Writ* the company or cull at the Mill wharf.
Seaton Lake Steamboat Company.
M.  P. GORDON,
Kamloops, B.C.
ftimitmr* of every d«8C»ipticn,   Canpetl,   inoleum, Window Shades, Coruio. Pule*, ete,
There ia much th t cau rightly bt
urged aijainst extremes, yet we may g"
to extremes even in condemning tb"t».
'I'liose persons who, Boeing the danger
,1 nil extremes, reicomend a middle
urouiul aro stldnm successful in tlieit
persuasions nml not alwave quite ri^ri:t
iii their conclusions. Enthusiastic peo
pie innpt, to n curtain exlur.t be exrteni-
ints. There nre. two Bides to every qties-
ion, but Urn human mind ia not B"
constituted as lo be deeply interested
in both eidcn at once, Therefore a*
both sides need able presentation, I'
follows that wo should hearlily welcome the 7,"nlntn adherent of each lo
hre-ent vividly that, view which an-
pi«aln itron^ly to bia own Benae of ri(,h -
nr expediency, Oould wo succeed In
dampening lh-i enthusiasm ot either,
we should In all probability only lessen
without improving his influence.
Instead of th ie, if we could only induce
people to come under both these influences, to listen to ippoaite ideas, to
weigh the nrtjuinentB of adverse parties
and to partake for a time in tbe feelings
which each may inspire, they would
probably he in a much belter condirion
lo consider the problems tima put before tbem, and would doubtless often
form Bounder conclusions. And this re-
stilt would come not eo much through a
process of paring down extremes as
through a union with the truth and (he
iiood which reeide in each. For in every
subject upon which men honestly differ
each side affords certain well grounded
truths, or principles of equity, or sentiments of honor, upon which its adherents lav special emphasis, and which ile
opponents ignore. Error, pure and
simple and long exploded, finds no sane
advocate; neither doea vice nor crime
aa wo understand them. If tbey did we
ahould rightly refuse to wasto our time
upon the hallunciations of an unsound
mind'
JNO.WAWN
ULLOOET,   B, 0,
shoemaker.
Ue pairs   neatly   executed.    Harnass   mafic
aii'l reps-tired.
TO   THE   DEAF.
A rich Urly sured oi hor Doufnti.ss nnd Nr>is<s_
In Iho Mo.d by Dr Nicholson's AititifiAl Elit
Drums, E*ve fiu.OttO to his Institute, so tlmt the
ilfttf people unable to procure the Eur Drums
mny have them free. Address No. 14618 The
Nicholson [nstliute, 7*>, Eighth •Vrenue, New
York.   .8.A.
J. II. Anthony.
General Merchant,
LYTTON.
Storage and
Forwarding Agent
ron
Lillooet and Bridge River.
Have goods consigned to iny care;
railway charges aro settled, goods stored
and forwarded with despatch.
Silverthorn Bros. Props.
LYTTON, • • B. C
First-class in ovory respect,
Choice Wines,   Liquors
and Cigars. Sample
room   live.
Subscribe for Th© Prospector.
A lull stuck of All   indsof
UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE
is now for sale by
II. C. PAIIKER,
LILLOOET, E C.
Store and Repair Shop in Uren Block,
Call and examine stock.     No trouble t.
show goods
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
The BUhjeots uroti which men are
divided, however, are fully entitled to n
fiir healing on both Bides, and every
reasonable a:id attentive listener will
discover some trutba which lie must accept, sonic lie,lights which he is glad to
blnre, rooio idea's from which he would
nol wiilingly part. It is only from the
union of these various ideas that problems can he rigthly solved or estimates
correctly made, lie who refuses to lie-
ten ur to weigh tbem must of neceasity
lie'oi narrow aid one-sided to form
any judgment worthy ol.the name. I;
is as if a jury should render n verdict
ufier having heard only one tide ol the
evidence.
Yet how i- it with must ol ns In this
respf" t,? When wa vow an audience
listening l" tliie-*arguments ot appeals
of an enthusilstic speaker we know be.
f ,1-ehand tbat nine-tenths of them, al
leaBt, ure pleasantly engaged in having
their own notions fortifhd and their
own desires justified. In another hall,
perchance at the name lime, antagonistic
idem are announced to another audience
who Bvmpaijhiw equally with the
speaker. Were tbe two assemblages
exchanged who can donlit that the new
standpoints aud unfamiliar truths which
they heard would stimulate their own
thoughts tq greater activity, and'make
i hem to some atnall degree more competent nnd fair judges ol the subject
discussed?
Iu just the same way we find that
men seek in their companions and in
their reading chiefly those with whom
they agree in the matters which interest
them most. Republicans and Demo-
crate, expansionists and anti expansion
advocates, protectionists aud freetrader;!, do not Boek much for each
other's thoughts on politics. Tlie Oatbolic
and the Protestant seldom discuss relig-
ious matters together, the allopathist
and the homoeopatliiet seldom exchange
tbeir medical ideas, tho radical and the
oKllifi   OC-i'All.rT-S.
The river is now open between Dsw
eon and White Horse.
Il is officially announced admitted
lhat Germany desires to increase her
claim of indemnity against China.
Win. Waldorf Astor has contributed
£3000 ti the Victoria   Jubilee   purBee.
Hear Admiral Lord Oharlea Beresford
complains of the want of proper strength and efficiency in Oreat Britain'*
Mediterranean fleet.
it is reported that 6,000 Cape Colonists have already joined tlie Boers.
The Tower Lumber Oo. at Pulnth haB
lost  H50 000  by-tho burning of their
sawmill.
Hong Kong, June 22.—A German
missionary lhat a much greater Boxer
■rising in-China is probable in the near
future nnd lhat the present edicts in
favor "(foreigners  are merely   a blind.
The Gennnr. official report denies tbis
und says that tl.e Chinese are helping
'o maintain urder.
We notice In an exchange  that the
Steamship Haling which left Vancouver
his week   for northern   ports  had  a
NEWS OF THE MINES.
I irge shipment of over 100 tons of bard-
»are etc. from lie. Ldunan, llc.Feeh
& Oo.
A HOPEFUL CITIZEN.
The following composition on "Our
Gold Mines" was written by a pupil of
the Liliooel Public School during the
recent examinations :—
We havo somo very good gold mines
in British Columbia, In Lillooet district the best mines aro the Bend'Or,
the L irne, Mc.Gillivary Creek and the
Ample mino=.   Out mines are the best
A schema, which means much to Lillooet
and will involve lhe spending of a very large
sum of money in the town' is being advanced hy Mr. J- Amess, manager of the
present Dredger Co. A new company Iibs
been formed in Iowa which intends to make
a great effort to raise a portion of the untold millions lhat lie at the bottom of the
l-'raser. Accordingly Mr. Amess has received insiraclions to build a large and
thoroughly up- to- date dredge, its capacity
to he 4000 cubic yards daily. The power
will he electric,   derived from   Lake Creek.
A plant of 400 horse power will b: erenlur-
lly installed, which will he more than enough
lo supply the ptojected dredge and the one
now in die Fraser, which will he changed to
litis side of the river, beneath the town, where
the new dredge is to be built. Thenewdred,«
will he considerably larger than the one now
at Lytton. Mr. Amess also contemplates
pumping water, by means of bisdynamo, Irom
the Fraser, and working the banks on the
other side of the river by hydralic power.
There is no doubt whatever, that these
banks will pay well if water can be got tu
them. If sufficient inducements are offered
a wire will be run into town, supplying light
and heat. r
The dredge will be commenced about the
end of August**and is to be finished at th«
end of march next Spring. Mr.tJAmess left
last Wednesday"marning for Kamloops to in-
a dredge being built there on the Thompson,
on Ihe New Zealand plan. From Kamloops
he will go to Vancouver to obtain estimatct
for this plant.
have gold sticking all over and some of
them are all gold, Last summer there
consarvative, the reformer and the antl- j were % 98,000 taken out ol the Lome
reformer, those who fnvor some new |a"d double the amount is expected this
law. or some new scheme and those who summer. There is a dredger on the
oppose it, are rarely found in olose fraser r. ver, and it tnkeB out nearly
association; i011B   thousand   dollars   every   month.
Who can  calculate the good thnt ls|    There are nearly 4000 men employed
Mr.  IL S. Southard,   Manager and owner
of the placer mines at the Fountain, has purchased a second pipe which arri.ed ia Lillooet
litis week.    With this pipe and the one already
iu the werld.   The nuggets I have Been j on the ground, Mr.  Southard will be able to
make his mine pay better than ever.
time missed in our lives, the truths
whtch are forever hidden from cur sight,
tbe knowledge lhat is cast away, the
opportunities tbat are wasted It is
not the enthsiasm of an extremu that
we condemn. It ia thu narrowness
which has only antagonism for tbe opposite extieme, which refuses to fee anything go id in the unfamiliar, which ban
ho sympathy with other interests or
other classes, and no toleration for ider.s
that differ from liis own,
World-Wide
    CORRESPONDENCE   	
•'Rnso  ll.i k"
Lillooet, B.C,
June 24-1901.
Edi'or, Prospector, Dear Sir: I have
just reid in your last issue Mr. Alex.
Barclay's report on the proposed new
Ashcroft-Lillooet wagon road, and 1
would like to give my personal experience of I list trail.
Some few years ago I had occasion to
go over to tlie vicinity of Ashcroft for
some cattle. I went over by the proposed new loute, thinking also to rctut.ii
that way with the cattle, When I left
home, about the 5ih. of November, we
had nice balmy weather, but before we
got across the divide between Fountain
at Bridge River  aud ihey   come down
10   Lillooel every winter.   The popula
tion of Lillooel is
increasing every year
and it is hoped thai it soon wjl
lurge as tbat of Vancouver.
be
DOMINION—DAY
SPORTS.
The committee in charge has prepared
the following program for the Dominion-Day
sports: —
.Monday, July   1st
. Boys    Race   8 yrs.    75
" a      10   »    1,00
100 yard foot race
75      "    3 legged   race
200   „    amateur foot race
75      «    sack race
% mile amateur foot race
8. Running Long Jump
9. 11    Hop Step and Jump
Thc bond for the sale of lhe Ben d'Or
mines lapses to-morrow, according to the
first arrangement. It is, however, understood that lh3 owners, have, by request
agreed to a 30 days' extension for the purpose of giving the company more time. A
death in the family of one principally interested ir iho bond has made a change in the
arrangements and delayed negotiations. Province.
to. 200 yard Ohsiacle   race
u.  Running High Jump
12. Vaulting with pole
13. Throwing lhe Baseball
Tuesday July 2nd.
I. The Cayoosh Creek Pony Rao
Dash        7.50      4.00
4«
52
75
50
5.00
2.00
4.00
2.OO
5.00
2-50
2.00
l.OO
5.00
3.00
J.«0
2.00
3. OO
2.0O
3.00
2.O0
3.00
2.00
3.00
2.00
3.00
2.00
mile
and Hat Creek, our horses were wading i 2. The Lillooet Stakes, % mile   and repeat
through 12   inches of   snow.   On the i0.oo      5.00.
Hat-Creek side th e grade iB Eo steep an ! 3. The Scum- Scum    ]{ mile    Single Dash
tbe side bill so heavily timbered  that I 10.00      5.00
decided the shortest   way   was  hy  tlie 14- The Cyclone,   % mile Single Dash last
old roab.
As to the distance. I cannot dispute
Mr. Barclay's figures, but it would be
interesting to kno.v whether he measured all these "windings" and "swingings" which lie advises, or did he make
a "bee" line. I say the grade would he
a haul one. The climbing and llnj
(Winging referred to in Mr. Barclay's
report proves it so. And Ur. Edilor yon
know that vben we enconntei a toot ol
simw in the beginning of November, we
are nl a consiqerable aliunde above
either Lillooet or Ashoroft.
That talk of a wagon road built from
Fountain up three miles is pun non-
sense. The Indians themselves do not
pretend to call it a wagon road. It is
merely a track cut through the bush to
slide dowu bavin lhe winter, A good
part of it is through a swamp and can
only be used when [roien hard.
The people of Lillooot should do all
they can to discourage this scheme.
We have a fairly good wagon rosd now
through a country where the climate
is moderate and equable and a vrav
small expenditure wood make it a firs'-
cl.iss road for either summer or winter
I have only touched on a few of the
main objections to this route. Much
more might be Buid against il ; but 1
.will not furthor encroach ou yonr
spac».
Yours truly,
Alex. Lochore,
horse  lo win    5.00        2.00
5- Open race "t mile and   repeat
6. Consolation  race
40-00
10.00
Tits best of the season.
Here is a slory of Carnegie Iold by him-
bt-lf: "One wintei Mr. Carnegie and Mr.
Schwab were spending a few days in Flor,
ida, ane as a laik went to a colored
church. After the sermon the minister asked
for a collection foi whitewashing the church.
When the basket was passed to Mr,
Carnerle and Mr. Schwab ihey dropped
,n a couple of crisp lulls of large denominations. When the basket was placed on
die desk in from ol the colored divine that
gentleman put on his spectacles' and with
astonishment written on lus face, cluselyex
amincd the bibs, and then addressing the
congregation, said: "Do whitewashin' ob
dis church will begin to-morrow, providnc
dat dese here notes dat de gentlemen in de
rear ob de chu'eh dropped in de basket am
not counterfeits."
At the annual school meeting, held this
morning, W.Miller was elected trustee to
succeed Mr.E.S.Peters whose term of office
has expired.
Note the advertisement, in this issue of
Mr. Jihn W'awn, wl o is setting up a shoemaker's and harness, maker's shop.
A WARit WELCOME
Skagway heralded the arrival of the Canadian Pacific Navigation Company's steamship
Islander in its port on her first trip by the
following glowing report, which appeared "on
the front page of the " Daily Alaskan:"
"Sunday afternoon half of the population
of Skagway accepted the cordial invitation of
Captain Foot to inspect the steamship   Islande
Captain toot was personally in charge and
he was very solicitous to see that everybody
bad a chance to see the fine ship and partake
of the good things. He'was most ably assisted by Agent Dunn, Mr.Pumphrcy and every
member of the crew. They were all just as
polite a»d attentive as though those aboard
had paid iheir hard cash to be taken care
of.
It would be didicnlt to give an accurate
description of the vessel and her appoinmeuls
without going into the minutest details. The
ship's exterior is well remembered by many
Skagwayans, but the interior has been so completely changed that it was absolutely unrecognizable yesterday. The" fitlings are most
elaborate and the decorations are all of artistic
merit and present a harmony of view which is
indescribably grand.
The dining saloon is exceptionally large for
a ship nf the proportions of the Islander. Its
finish could scarcely be finer, it would seem.
The furnishings of the ladies' cabin, thelottng*
ing roomand other parts aie ot the finest.
One oi the attractions which is always looked
for by the sett traveller i, a chance to promenade. Tne Islander's cabin is so located that
a splendid   walk can he had nronnd it.
But it is in the state rooms where the well
being of thc pasacnger has been 7.ealousl k
guarded. Every arrangement and detail
which could possibly contribute to the comrott
has been provided. From main 'ruck to kiel-
son, from slem lo stern, the ship is kept
sortipuously clean, As many wended Iheir
way up town after viewing lhe vessel and enjoying lhe hospitality of Captain Foot they
were constrained to say she was the finest
vessel with the most popular skipper on
the run.
On tlie way up there were many musicians
on board and the lasl nigh! out a concert was
given, at which T. R, Puniphrey presided.
DETECTIVE JONES OF THE
C.P.R. & 3EVE*i.\t SPECIALS
DOING TRACK DUTY HAVE
BEEN ARRESTED ANI) ARK
STANDING THEIR TRIAL FOR
INTIMIDATING WOULD - BE
STRIKERS- THS PROSPECTO!!, LILLOOET, B.C., SATUUDAY, JUXE-J9 1901.
fr &s?rfrr/.:<frr,.'-s'.~i-:■■r/f. & *
Pavilion
I
Flower.
RtW.OltMMISG, M  _•.
PAVILION, B.C.
Canadian
#Me§C*»*e§-«^
GENERAL BUCSSM2THING
AND HORSESHOEING.
Lillooet, B. C.
HsKtifACturer of all kind of
MISER'S S0PHJJBS. PICKS, DRILLS, Etc.
■J-Jone but tbo best mMierinl nwjd. Miners or
pHMjyri.:wri tumping in orders will receive
jirompiattention nud Mtllfoe-Hoa^atauteed
Half-Way House,^
LILLOOET-LYTTON ROAD.
Headquarters for all Stages.
CHARLES McGILLIVRAY, Proprietor.
CT. CLABKB,
LILLOOET, B. C.
Watchmaker.
All Vork warranted.
2STOTIOE..
Notice is hereby given (hat it it onr Intention
toapplvto the License Commissioners of the
West f.-flloo.i district, on or before the I6tb day
of July, for a hotel nnd liquor license tor out
remises situated on Cadwallader creek, to be
nown an ihs Dominion Hotel.
BAGJJBSON Si JOHNSON.
I
Th© undersigned inTittM teudew for the purchase of iho following, the property of tbe Toronto-Lillooet O, R. Co., Ltd.;
1 Sun-mill,
l Planer,
1 Wfigoti and set berness,
2 Work hones,
1 Saddle horse,
t Hiding saddle,
_ pack saddles.
Tenders to he for each lot separatiily, and ta
be addressed to J. P. Forde, Lillooet, on or before June 29th, 1901,
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted,
F. C. TIREMAN,
Trustee,
BRIDGE RIVER
TRAVELERS!!
Brett   Ranch,
First-class accommodation fur lhe
traveling public. When ^tiing to
and from the mines make the Brett
Ranch for a stopping place. The
hest meal and lied on trail and everything neat and clean. Only white
help employed. Remember the
place when on the trail. - - - -
Stable  In  connection, hay and feed.
R. II. BRETT,     -     ■    •     Proprietor.
The Prospector is the
Lest advertising medium in this section.
Have your ad. in at
once.
A large stock of Stationery will be here in
a few clays, so bring
in your orders for
Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads, etc.
Tlie Prospector,
Lillooet. Ii. C.
Pacific
"IMPERIAL
MITED"
Service for 1901 commencing June loth, 1901
Four Days
Across the Continent
Tin*-; is the fastest and best equipped train
crossing the continent. If you are going East
there nre some facts regarding this service,
n i the scenery along the Canadian Pacific
Ry. which you should know.
The time is arranged to pa<f tlie greatest
scenic feature, of lhe line during daylight
Pamphlets  fttrnis
ie
I free on application to
any C. 1'. K. Agent
or
to
E. J. COV1.K,
THOS. CLARK,
A. 0. P.A.,
Agent,
Vaneouver. B. C.
-Ttleii, B.C.
E. J. ATKIN
Lillooet. B. 0.
DEALER IN,
1J aril ware
Stoves
Tinware
Miners Supplies
Farm Implements
Harness & Saddlery
Furniture, etc..
All orders promptly ntteml-dte.
oyal Hotel,.
Sucker Creek, B.C.
JOHN COLLUM,   Prop.
Central point for Iiridge
River Miners and Prospectors. Good accommodation.     -     -     -    -
Stable in connection.
J B CHERRY,
A. ■ ' H .k , I Ol I .. ver.l.i...
BARRISTER.  SOLICITOR.   NOTARY   PUBLIC
L-lllooet. 1». C!
Home Grown
Fruit and Omnaienta] Tram, Rwm,
Shrubs, Vines. Hull-., Iludge .'lasts,
S«eds.
Extra choice stock of Peach, Apricot, f him,
Cherry and Prune Trees.    New importation *»I
first-class Rhododeodrens,   Kuan,   Clematis,
Bay Trees, Hollies, etc.
So,oou to ehn_e from. Ne agtfite nor com-
mission to pay: Orders dug in une day you
get ii tin* next. No fumigating nor Inspection
phargea, Greeuhouse plants, agricultural im-
elements, fertilizers, bee supplies, etc. I ,< g-
cat ami most complete stock in the provln e.
Send for catalogue or Gall ami make pom elections before ulnnng your urclers.    Address
M.J.
HENRY, Vancouver
WHITE LABOR ONLY.
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Wc arc headquarters for
Canton Drill Steel, Firth Tool Sloe!,
Jesso .s ool Stc_, Bar Iron, Nervy t lion, C**il Chain, B li Tested
Chain, Miners Picks, Miners Shovels.
Agents
The Gia.-n Powder Co.'s, Dynamite,
Fuse, Caps, ete	
We also carry all kinds of Shelf ami Heavy
Hardware.   C jrres]>ondence invited.
McLennan, McFeely & Co. Ltd.
122 Cordova Street, Vancouver,
B.C.
THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE
SO, 4 K.W. 0, BLOCK, NELSON, B. a
Cold, Silver.Lend and Copper Minty] wanted at the EXCHANGK.
FREE MILLING GOLD properties wanted at once tor B»iWra Investors.
Purlieu liavinir mininp property lor «ale are r*qHe«ted to ttnil mmiplo
of tbeir ore to tha LXOHANGE for exhibition.
We tit't-ite. to hear (rom prospectors who have promising mineral claim*
ii British Ciiltiniliia.
Prospectors und mining men are requested to make l_e EXCHANGE
their headquarters when in Nelson.
All sample* should he Kent hv express ITiEIMID.
Correspondence solicited.   Address all communicalioni to
Telephone No. 104.   P. O. Box 700.
ANDREW   F.   BOBlJfBBBGBB,
NBLSON, B. C.
THE WM, HAMILTON MANUFACTURING ©0. Limit&d
MINING
MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO.
G-AJSTJLlDJi..
J. M. Mackinnon
Mininq Properties
Handed
Properties Bondeo
Vancouver B. 0
:tTOW   BOYS^^-
Don't Forget the Ashcroft Tailor
WHEN YOU WANT A NEW SUIT.
I knT() Jtijt rsrolv-Bd  direct from S;»tl«nJ tits »«jt aelsMlen 6t Tffeedl  Vt'oijtcds Ssriroe
Paatffcge In tlio Interior,   yalimr.'ition piikmnteed.
THOMAS MoCOSH, Merchant Tailor, Xshoio.'!, B. c
.J FL,ca.*
Tlie new stage lino loaves Lytton every Monday and
Friday  for Ldll-oet, rtnurning next   day.      fc-p.cial trips'
made.    Write ur* for information.
Peter Rebagliati & Co., Lytton  B. 0.
.F.AnderscnaCo!f^-ffl« ™. ..„ ,
Wdi(:.'lil|)}l    8.
VSeV WKSTMIN8TBB, ». C.
G cucral Hardware,
I'aints, Oil?  and  Varnishes
Stoves, Enameled Iron
and Tinware.
Miners Uteet, Picks. Sliovela, etc., V.'ire <V.l,li
•unl Kuni-cl ^':rt- FeaclKf.
lnlaM<3gar Mauufactuniig Co.
OF B.C., LTD.
OUT   t*<; »*.-iS Un'l IJ *■(<*.
INTERIOR
LA M0RENA
KAMLOOPS, _3 n
Cariboo and LiHooet
Stage Lines.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
COMPANY.
ASHCROFT, B. C
Cliinton  «nrl   wnr  »oinls,  Mor.Jnj-,
\f, thiejii.ij and Frulif.
All   \to:titp   iu   Onrihoo,   Motlda)*1!},
nnd Fiiday.
I.illi*et rlirecl, Monil»T and Friday,
Forkt ofQ'iecrjklle, aud way points,
Mnftdiy.
Stir<« r'ADtiect «i.li tteamtr CliarlcHf
ir electa creek.
ts^ci»l U»BT0;*nic» Jr.;rni5!.*,1.
(I.tMlilili.)
WUAttr srOBBT   tCTOMA, "
TtiMT__e.No. M.   I-Kklrts KiTeot  Son. u.-i,
im,
Vlelorla to Vanoouver—Datlj' at 1 p m v _
neuverio Vlotorla -Uallrnt W.p.i_., _r'»« ,n>.
rtvnl oliln; c.I'.k. So 1 trnln
KJBW n'_8TJ[l!J8T_l( ROt?T_
Ua»y VlutoriH for New IVealnitiwter, lailo-r ,
..nl,, !:.!««.i, PliiiMpar'i Puaa-ftiMday ui •
frldajr at- a.m. txiave New M',wtMiin.i,r tu'.
Vietnrta   ami   Way Corn — Wediietdaii   aaid J
tlUhrHSSK ItrirTK.
Ste»ni«lU|i» ol thia tomauay  tvijl lr„»-« fcn-
Fort   bliiipson   nml   inlvriueilJiila   |,<;ials    \-l
t lutorla, 1st nml lolli oltoll nionUi at 11 a.m.
AI.A8KTA UODTE.
.Hmmihlm«l'thlecomiunj »iii |Mrn cvei«
H*.ii:u.(l,i'tv lor Wrangel nml i'k„-»„j- „i., ,,_J
BARCLAY 8O0NJ) (tOlTTK.
Steamer leavei   'i't»rja   (,lr   an,orl|   Mj
Souuil   porK.   on   toe lllili   ua.\ i'Wb  »l  iKnk
noiilli,   valeoitiiig   latter    t>lr,.s   u.   u.mula
aurt cai e*:oxnt.
The corn pamrreaorre-tlierlglit o( »lwn»t«>a
thlitUns ia-k,at,i«.v limaHlffinal uetl«7iKa i
O. A.CAKIJi'jON.
^nitii,"4'-4-
1 insurance. §
I General
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I Airent.
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If you wnnt
To ia^oru vour life,
;':•"■■► • our proparty,
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LILLOOET AXO BRID3E RIVER STORES.
I      I    M", M\||    !
Q i-lTEI, __._G     2v-IJ_i_5oOT_:.A___q-T
Miners Suppiles.'^^^--
i r_. r.
,-■. -t'-.Tirri      -D    V"!
Branch Store at Bridge Kiver where a
full stock of General Merchandise arid Min
ers Outfits are on hand.
J. Dunlop, General Merchant, Lillooet, B.C
Paid Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT, LILLOOET, B. C.
Carries a full stock of all kinds of Groceries, Dry   Goods,  Boots  and   Shoes,
Hardirare, etc,
MINERS' OUTFITS il SPECIALTY.
Lillooet, B.  tt.
PgPD. H.  NELSON, Proprietor.
■_*m>»Ie   Rubins   for    Cotn.-nfiroial    Truvc liars
JdTCiry lt*bl« "i ''.■■.• ■;;■«! :•«'!.   Bus meats
ItesmbOftt fur -»u*it:i to and from
^Attderson  Lake rail Bridg-_
itivcr paints.
Hotel Victoria,
LII.-IiOOE-   13. C-
This hotel being now and thoroughly finished thrcugho.it is the only first
class holel iu Lillooet. IVrr- ;n- calling nt Lillooet will receive every attention by
stepping at the Hotel Victoria. K.iod sfabliug in connection with tne hotel. Headquarters (or the Lillooet-Lytton stngo.
O   9   9   9   9   9    c:i-*.,-'.«   MODBIiATB.    9   _   e   e   w   9
M. R. EAGLESON.
Proprietor.
ZEZXCiELSIOIR/    HOUSE.
d. ir_a__e"Hi_i, PBOP.
"■ILLOOKT,           -                                - !i. 0.
The Bar is supplied with the bei I Wines, Liquors nnd Cigars, —so 1
LYTTON STAGE LINE.
Stage leaves Lytton evi vy Tuesday and Saturday morning for Lillooet, r-jturni ■■ day.    Special trips made.
If you contemiihite a trio inl distrii i, wrileus for information.
CAMERON & HURLEY      :•    Lytton and Lillooet, B L.
Ill j   ',.. !
Lieu
Steamer leaves tin
Sunday) at U a. in . for
Returning leaven 1
For in format ici; e
write the company or c
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Seaton Laic
i
OHcrttrn
:„11 . . :
CfA_
Olid
nan
i n t f.
ion ;
its M
11 h
ever
at 2 p
rates,
ill wl
y morning (except
.m.
special  tripm Ac.,
larf.
it Company.
flu
M.  P. GO
i
Eiinnloops, B.C.
Furniture of every descviption,  Carpets, inoleum, Window Shades, Cornice Poles, etc.
TO   THE   DEAF.
A rich lady eured of hor Deafness mid Noise.
In the Head by Dr Nicholson's Artificial Eur
Drums, (jftvo $10,000 to his Institute, so that the
deaf people unable io procure the Rut Pnuua
may have tUem free. Address No. 14628 The
Nicholson Institute, 7tW, KiyUih Ar.mie, New
York, C.S.A.
J. H. Anthony.
Oi'iuthI Merchant,
LYTTON.
Storage and
Forwarding Agent
FOR
Lillooet and Bridge River.
Have goods consigned to my enre;
railway cbargoa are Bettled, goods stored
and forwarded with despatch-.
BAILEY
Silverthorn Bros. Props.
LYTTON, - • B. (
First-class in every respect.
Choice  Wines,  Liquors
and Cigars. Sample
room   free.
FURNITURE.
A full stock of all   intls of
UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE
is new for sale by
H. C. PAKKER,
LILLOOET, B. C.
Store and Roi.air Shop in Uren Block.
Call and examine stock.     No trouble U
show goods
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Read Tho Prospector
$2 a year.
NOTICE.
"Canadian Contingent Exemption Acts."
All returned South African Volunteers, who
have nol already done so, are requested to
communicate with lhe undersigned without delay, as also the next of kin of those deceased
or of those who have not yet returned to British Columbia, or any olher persons interested
in mining properties held by such Volunteers.
The latest date possible for receiving . p| 1,cations lor exemption under lhe above Acts will
be the 1st ol July, proximo.
RICHARD McBRIDE,
Minister of Mines.
Department of Mines, Victoria, B. C, 3rd
June, 1901.
Steam Boiler Inspector's
Subscribe foi
The Prospi
-Ail Right,
ApplleiUions for examination for Slei-im Boil-
•r Inspectors will be received liv thu Chief Inspector of Steum Boilers, Now Westminster) B.
(L, up toJunc 10th, 1901. Applicants must be
between the ages of '.'ft and 60 years, thoy must
have had at least five years' practical workshop
experience as machinists or boiler makers,aiul
must also have a thorough nudcrstiinding ol
me tun engineering.
Koriun of particulars mny be obtained, on request of intending Applicants) from the<hiet
inspector of Steam Boilers, New Westminster,
B. c., mid must be properly filled in and re-
urned to him un or before the above-montion
id date.
The candidates selected for examination will
'hen be uotill<.il as to date antl place uf examln
ition
The Salary Will be flOO per month.
TV. C. WKM.H,
Chief Cornmisiioner of Lands ami Works.
Landi and Works Department, Victoria, BIO.,
.:2nd May, 1001,
Pursuant to Creditors Trust
Deeds let and Amending Acts.
Vetlce is hereby given that the Toronto
illooet Oold Beefs ouuipany Limited fKon
eisonal Liability) having a registered office it
ie city of Vancouver In the province of Brii
ib Columbia has bv deed ol assieumont date-
ie eleventh day ol May one thousand nil
und rod and one assigned nil its personal pioj
riy which may be seized and sold under est
It ion and all its real estate credits and e.ffc*
> Frederick C Tire tun n oi the City of Vaucoi
•r aforosaid for tho purpose after paying an
.aiafying ihe costs charge* and expenses of ani
uidental to tlie saifl assignment and of th'
tid trustee of satisfying rateably and nropoi
onately without preference ot priority tb
leditorsof the said company,
I'he said deed wns exeuntcd by th,- said ftoti
,*ny on the eleventh day of May one ibniwm
Ine hundred end one t nd  hv the said Fi
k 0. Ti renin n on the seventeenth tl  - ol  Hm
ue thoiisaml nine hundred and one.
All persons baying claims against the eal
ah pt'r«nu,s iinviug ciaimfl again si tneBai
ironto-Llllooet Gold Reefi Com] any Limlte
lon-personalllabllityl arere_ul to form
artloulars of their said claims duly verified t
rederlok C Tlroman(Fairfield Mock, Vanoou
.■r, B. C,,on or before tttc 7th day nf Juiu
K>1| and all person (indebted to (lie wd eoK
uy are rouuoste i io pay Hutu in« ebtednei
,„_.:.! 1.-....1...   ,ii'   T':,._........ i .. i
_T ^__t If   TP*"*lfl^        T^^fc.
DISTRICT
The only map giving* the locations of the mines of this rich
free-milling camp.
■-'.  .,     ,
_"_iap'
Fifty cents.     Send for one at once.    Address:
The Prospector;
Lillooet; B. C,
Icfe Against
Accidents a
Sickness,
BY TAKING OUT A POICY FROM
•x
Kfe.
besHi,! ffrerter tlO. I'irmr.nn nt 1....
■i rtl«t1«M Blnr-1    towntd.
■i«tcd '»!«i"■ ■ d ■ of Mjt r.oi.
I [.... ..    < i; '■. nRKUA.V,
RIC.  A-. X^TIJL
a, i i.   Agent for the Dominion of Canada Guarantee & Aojid.nt
joaurance Company, of Toronto, Ontario.
hk is an ideal policy and besides covering accidents takes in eighteen different
ilment* Don't be without some security for uo oue can tell when they will meet with
.liefort un*   0*11 »nd »m th* *g«nt and get further partioulaw, ...r.ya«.yinyeT1t****l"-»'  -—•.>■'    .-.,,--- ,.'•-**■■**-*  --■-:-"»■«,%<..'■■«-.
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. t\.i-.,..t tft■ »•<** (ww i)w ;'j ■■'r '"
>! (I;;. An4cr«#!) £...k-.- <tll i ,ii/iw i'jh( .ie
j»W »'!■•</< Oyef 5.afJ))t«_) #> >' L i PHflft?
8Sf»g lire fee,).,! fjf   Ljli.Mc.
.   i -    )'
■
» ««ee|a} meetlee of fl»e poart »f   LfuwiM '
oily inlsBlonars 01 K'S' ' I WW fl" i"' '" :''   '•' Aj
thi (..unit Hon"1, Ullooet- *».■"" .W »Vw!iieea} ew
"i   jutfc at)9 a,)n., for tba (luruose c.Ju.tisW _- ;
.l/lta   tlip»l'|)!i(.a.i|i;:   «'•'  J'-.y.;'Soll   .. Ji.l'tis."
; (,»  ad/iipl lijju irlluensa for their wetfit»s«
I "i.i.,.\;.«l|r..a>)'  tfwt, kco«»
NOTICE.
•;i •;■ -:-T'v-
11 I 06(-'..
US (he poiuiniou ' *'i;*
%*     i'i)l).'i    h^i
»',..,iui during 111
beeg  slight))'  i<;'<ler J)e
■ |..i: I week.
II, A iJfJME,
Chief Liueusc kqipeutor,
IXitcr!, Julytt'.UW!.
-W (.••■■>'.■ J. .'j.i.'.'iui'rsiiiljit- llS I'linlins.cd a
f\ng jic.y ajymng f,;r Ins butcher sjjpp, Pi|ly,5
J;..i;; is now 'all panie'city,
Pr, iii.iiion left tins fflprnlng ' if Pli    :'
^ccoinjianifd by Jacjc, Wall.1,.    Tlje Poctor
4..ill spcr)(j .i few   we ■!,.   filing o,i   Kelly's
m
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lower.
.it.
steam Boiler Inspector's
Examination.
Applications tor examination forSleam lloil-
er Inapeittors will be ret'elred by the rh1 ■: le
ipectorol Steam Pollore. Ncw A'eatmluel ir, II.
l... notoJumi iOih, I'.lul. Appi(aapl« must bi
bttweeH tiirt r.y,e* et 2.1 mul go years, [hoy musl
bate |ia,l 11! leasl rTySya'ars' b"ract|j!a|werltetio 11
expariaope ns rntuiliiuUts or boiler makers, nud
mast also have a tlitirougli Dnderstanqlu^ pf
iter      iigiiiei'i'iii(r.'
r-.ori,,n*oi' particulars may be obtained, <m re,-
□ne^'tpj iuteiHJing applicants, frp'm tlie t Irel
losi'ecior pi siL'iuii lioilois, Mew tlpstmlrisipr,
Hi 0., and must be properly flllod  In snare-
iitiiige  Riyef   returned    to   turned 16 him on pr ha lure the aboyc-menuon
eit  4fdateaselected tore^amtaathMi^Hl
.,,()• ■!! as to 'lu'e and place ol exiunlu
M,. A|cx. Locliote paid a ■ lior' *»V-.it- t''
^ .i;!.,-vei tiii^ week atu! or lit. 1 irrj t j.,'u
♦yitb bin) SJrs. Mcponald -vlio vil| sjici),d
a fcyy weekij on Mr. ' rhore'i finijancl),
■.<ose  Jiank,
IJar>7 '^',J  ' ""'' J'"1 "'''''' w'10 l'ave l"Jcn
ffttsff -tin..; on
jrjwn   Mqnday,
*
i'A\'ll.!i.>N, ?»
t.
• ' 1 -' -
5 tk li« R
t'»)l
Wi I'
J,akc IJj
3., tt   manager   of the Anderson
t Mi .es, spent Sunday in ro\yn.
fil. PaynOr is i' town**! frO|h Cadwalladei
.iivll UC
HtiOIl.
The salary
ill he Still' per moiilli.
,       \V. It. WH1.I.3,
fhief ttominissioner of Lands ami Works.
hands and Works Department, Y'ictoriu, B,(J,
22ud Mav, 11)01,
j.fr.   John Marshall faturncrl Monday  ove
frpm favilijii with his daughter Nellie y>h
has pot In "A. in [lie hest of health,
O. V'. Rafiiae' who spent some hnv. in
•L:".„t ;hrce years rgo returned this week
apn lias gone to the Anderson Lake Mine
tfhere '       it      -ured a position-
fir. Oliiki'. Ointment if «.lie best rem-
e''./in the world for Itphlpg pilpi, it i
t 1 by Clarke & Co., at tbe I'ionnpr
fir-jg Store, Lillooet,
P11 suant to Creditors Trust
Beets Act and Amending Acts.
r.Notice is hereby given that the Toronto
"J-jlooet Hold ltcefs (■nmpany Limited (Non
ihrsouial l.ia'oilllv) baviui,' S registered olliee 111
e Cny'pf Vanetiiiver in the province 01 Hnt-
y.j Columbia has by deed of assignment dated
bhe eleventh day of Mav one thousand nipe
hundred and qneniBigiied nil its personal property uliirli may lie seized nnd sold under ex*.
button and all its real estate eredits and effeels
to Frederick 0. Tireman of tlie I'ity of vancOU-
-er aforesaid for the purpose after payfuff and
aiisfviiifc' the-costs clnirgos and expenses or ana
incidental to tho said assignment and of tlie
said trustee of satisfying raieaiily and proportionately willioat pref-'l-eneo or priorily tlie
creditors of tbe said company,
Una. Purdv and I0I1,' ,011. who lifve been The said deed was exeouteq by the said oom-
Mes-.s nn-) ano joi, o I pinWrf Hie elevantl) day of May gne thousand
doing   assessment   work   jn tbeir claims    1    „!}_ hundred and one and by the said Frodor-
„    , . t. r„.   I08C. Tireman on the seventeenth day ol Haj
Bridge River aub Mct.ilhvray Lreek tett 101 1 0ne thonsandulnohundjad ani}flnc,
GENERAL BLACKSMITHS
AN!) HORSESHOEING,
LiT.Looiyr, B# C.
Msnufacturer of ill kiad el
MINKK'S lit'!'!'l.lK.S, Tlt-'IS. PIULLS, Elc.
Hone but tbe best m«nri»l turd. Min«is or
prorpectors sending in orders will receive
prompt attensioM and saiiataetion;t'usrniit8ed
Half-Way House,*^
LlLLOOET-LYTIXlN K()AP,
Headquarters for all Stages.
fJIIAr^LKS McGIU.IVUAY, 1'iopriator.
Pacific
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1 h 1 a "f r ;v"!j s)
I If. I s CU
Stryicc I.e. ipgi 1 i|)tip ipeiny IUHfi ''■',l-
Fc4»r Days
Across the Continent
This |s tl)C fostesl nnd bes| equipped train
crossing the continent, If you are R<»i)»g Fn,\
t|iere are some facts regarding Ibis seryice,
nd the scenery along the CANAPIA1 I'rVel!,|r
Ry. yvl)icll vhi ihoui.l know,
Tht' lime is arranged (0 pass lt)e. grgRles|
scenic features ot the line daring Wylj^llli
I'amplilels furnished freg pi) application tf
any G, 1'. K. A-enl or to
V>> .ne iiegdfjbjfters (of
I'.iH.')!) prill Steel, Hub Tool Flos',
jt-j>>> leal Nlea!, Bar freo, Nw>
way Irot, Coil Chain, Jl li Tesicd
(.'liiiit, Miners ('ink*, Miners ,B||oye|s,
A?eiils
Tim Qiartt PovrtJef Co/s.'pynaiiiite,
I'm , 'j; s, ele,     ,     ,    ,     ,    ,    ,
W   si
Hardware
p?vy
E. J, COYI.E,
A. G. 1' -A.,
Vancouver. B, C.
THOS, Cl,Ai'.K,
Agent,
r.jtton, 1I.C
fb.'ir Ijopk
ytincotver Tuesday mofnjtng.
Mr. Ravid Johnson ol Ashcroft spent a day
p town on bis way  up to the North   Fork.
Mr. T. p. R-ed, who has" bcerfworking
pn thc Maul S. one ofBt.dge River's most
promising properties ai.d in wliich he is in-
ferestul,   returned   0 Lillooet last Saturday.
Alt persons having Claims agalni! the said
Toronto- Lllloi el Gold lie, fe < ompany Limited
[nou-ppr sonnl liability] are reaulrcd 10 rorward
partleula ra of llieir Biria claims drily verified iu
Frederli '. C. Tireman) i-'jirii eld lllock, Vani ou
voi'.'H. <:., mi or befqre Ihe  7ih day   of Junn
BOl.andal'l person 1 indebted to the said cp ro
nvarercqucst-i ■ 10 pay jueli iiuiebie.in ;._
riesaid       reuiT « I .'.Til, man at ills ottiees'j
airfield v lllock aforesaid,
,, ted this-;,. 17th day of May, 1901,
ITiKUlii.H'lC 1 . TlttEMAN,
Trustee.
X. QLAeK-rKIIE,
LILLOOPT, li. C.
Watcu "'
All[work warrai.tlcd
^iTSaK6§
Cb..~e & C, Lillooet, bave aco'ii-
ilete stoek of DrugB, Medicines ami "iin-
rlrins. Letter orders promptly attended
to. Just tell them what you want or
wi.at tbe 'double is, enclosing money and
f,bey will ao the rcit.
Mr, and Mrs. Ric. A. Fraser left Wednes
day for Vancouver, where they will reside in
the future. Mr. Fraser is deserving of great
credit for establishing a paper in this district
and maintaining it for three years. A mining
district without a newspaper is like a watch-
praker without tools. Mr. and Mrs. Fraser
carry with them the good wishes of their
piany  friends in Lillooet.
"Canadian Contingent Exemption Acts,"
_>roTiou.
Not ire is hereby given ihnt it Is our Intention
m nil).'" id tni- Ltcen_e Comicissinnors of lhe
West Lillooot tlisi.it t, on oi -before lhe tfitli -in,
of .liiiv, for ahotei mill liquoi Ueense tor out
premisefl filtuatefl on Cudwulladcr eruek, tu lie
knows us His Dominion Hotel.
EAGLEBON & JOHNSON.
TENDERS WANTED
The undersigned Invitoa tenders for (he pup-
cheBeofiho following, tho pro|wsrtyo( theTo-
ronto-UUooet 0. R. Co , Ltd,)
i Bawmiii,
l Planer,
1 *ft'agon nml sot linvuess.
2 Work  ImitiHs,
1 Saddle boree,
l Riding saddle,
'i pack saddles.
Tenders to be fpr each lot separately, and to
be H'i iii-B.SM'l to .1. 1'. l-\mle, Lillooot, on or before June 29th, 1901.
The lowest or any lender not iieeensarily k<
eepted.
\V. M. Brewer returned to Vancouver,Tues-
^3v morning.
K.O.Delong   and   C.M.Glenn   are   .down
from Bri-lge Rivei.
Public Examination was hald in the school
yesterday mornint;. The following rolls 0'
'honor were presented by Rev. Mr.   Wright.
First rank tor proficiency, Inglis Uren; for
deportment, Carrie McKivor; for punctuality
and re^nlarity,  Bertie  Durban.
All returned South African Volunteers, who
have not already done so, are requested \n
communicate wjth the undersigned wlthoul delay, as also the next of kin of those deceased
or of those who liave not yet returned to British Columbia, or any other petsons Interested
in mining properties held by such Volunteers.
The latest dale possible for receiving applications for exemption under lhe above Acts wi
be the is>l of July, proxim?
JUCilARP McBRIDE,
Minister of Mines, e
DeparLmsnt of M'uaes, ^'.ctorja, B. C,
A meeting of the creditors of tho Tom ato
Lillooet Gold Reefs Company Limited | ion-
personal liability! will be held at the offit ib oi
Messrs. Wilson « Benltler, Innr-ot Court E ilid-
Ing corner Bastings and Hamilton streets ii.
iho city of Vancouver, tho Boliditors for the
above  named trnstee. ori the 7th day of June
lliol, at the hour of three O'clpci in  ihe after
noon.
Dated thia 17th dav of Mnv, A. D. 1901.
FKEDEt-tK'U. C. T1KEMAN,
Trustee.
Mr. John Currie of  Pembbrton
in lown.
Meadow.-
R. J. ATKIN
pfiooct. B„ G.
DEALER IN,
.lhu't.lwiire
Btovo*s
'J'inware
^liners Supplies
Farm Implements
Harness & Su^idlery
Vuniituru, etc.,
All onicrs promptW r.ttomledts.
Royal Hotel,
F. C
TIREMAN,
Trugtee.
BRIDGE RIVER
TRAYELEHS!
Brett
Sucker Creek, B, C.
JOHN CO.LUM,  Vtof.
Central point for Bridge
Kiver Miners and Pros*
pectprs.     Good accom*
modalion. -    "
EuWe in sonnectipn
J B CHERRY,
a.k.trin. eoi.l...nr,Bl.lw.
BARR1STCP- SOLICITOR.  NOTARY   Pb'ULIt;
_illoa«ti 13. C
Read Th c Prospector
yi a year.
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NOTICE.
KISEUVATIOK dlr WATliH.
N' >ri' ic li hereby given Lhat nil ihe unrecorri
ed water In every liver, stream or lake sit
iiutod within ii belt lying between tho 49tb and
55th parallel of north latitude, and extei ib
easterly (or it distance o( one hundred (ILhj
mi Its from the sen con i, li liereby reserved foi
ihe purpose ol making provision for supplying
power for operating pulp mills, or for other In
a us trial purpo$es«
The water so rrsorved m»v be acquired from
the crown under Ihe authority oi the Wator
Clausos Consolidation Art by any spe< tally incorporated eomnnuy, fo_ use for the purposes
above mentioned) upon such company showing
to the satisfacl Ion <■? the lieutenant-governor In
council that It is financially and In othei respects in u position lo establish and carry on the
openition of an Industrial enterprise of n bene-
fi_iiil nature, and .subject to such terms antl
.onditioiis as the Iicutounnt-gu/tinior In council nifty direct.
A record of the reservation of water here
provided   for   Khali   )>•   mad*'    t y rjn b f-rm
sionerand Gold Commissioner whose dlstrim
affected thereby.euuu i-ecora nud reuetvet
to beHiibJL><jt to ilm provisions pf section SI
of the Water Clauses CpnBoihiatlon Act v&
W. C, WELLS/
Chief Commissioner of La
and Works.        ncia
Lands nnd Wo    .    Eeparllr.ent, Vi
Mrd April, 19(11. toria.B.C.
Remember
sports
Monday.
First-class accommodation for thc
traveling public. When poing lo
and from llu* mines pnake the Brett
Ranch fur a flopping place. Thc
liest meal and bpd on trail and everything naat and clean. Ouly white
help employed. Reuiombar the
place when on the trail. ■ ■ • :
Stable   in  connection, hay and feed.
Proprietor,
R. II. IiKKlT,
the   sports   on
Tlie Prospector is the
best advertising medium in this section.
Have your ad, in at
once.
A large stock of Stationery will be here in
a few days, so bring*
in your orders for
Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads, etc.
The Prospector,
Lillooet, R G
Advertise in The Vr-^-
peeler,
Home Grown
riuit and Ornamental Tr««, IUim,
Shrubs, Vinos, Hull*, H«ili« \'\a*i*,
s«.:,.
Extra choice slock of reach, Apricot, Plum,
Cherry and Prune Trees. New importation «l
first-plass Hhqdodenrjrens, Ruses, ClemRtis,
Bay Trees, Mollies, itc.
8o ooo lo chose from. N« "Sents nor com-
mission to payi Orders dug in one day you
eel ii the next. No fumigating nor insp :tion
phareeii. Greenhouse plants, agricultural im-
elements, rerlilki rs, bee supplies, fc. l,arg-
est and mosl complete slock in the province.
.-:,„,1 for catalogue or call and make joui sel
notions before placing your orders,    Ad Ire 8
N3. J. HE?«RY, Vancouver
WHITE LABOR ONLY,
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L,:ricsjioii<|el)i;e i|)yil«i|.
Molennan, F^qFosly 6c Co- ltd-
122 Cordova Street, Vancouvar, 8, 6,
THE. PEOBPECTOBS' EXCHANGE
RO, 4 K,-W,-0, Y'lQt     NSLSQS, *, C,
tlolil, gilwT.end nnd Copper Mines wanlerl al tl.e riXCKAWSK.
PBBE M1I,I.1*S<) tiOJ.J) prop*>rlie« want*o; at »upi l«r l««t«m lu
ye^lors,
1'iirliPH linvini! niinln? ptoperty (or sale *r» requested k* ie«d s»i»|i|e
of lloir ore tp thu I. XCII AN til', for exhihltlon,
Wi- ili'i-ire tp hear from proBpectors who have |»r»mi»iii| (.UiertleU'itm
jn l'.ritiHh Coliiiiiliia.
. I'iospecloru anil iiiinirg men are reqnratail to mnke th*  VJOMiK^B
llnnr lieitdi|iiarters wlim in Nelson,
All earn pies elion'd lie nont hv express rilKPAip,
Clorrespoiulenee BojiciteiJ,    Addiesa all eonimtinia~tio«)l te
ANPHiJYf   F.    ROSIKBHRflKir,
Telephone No. 104.    ''■ 0. (W 700. NSI-SOS, ». 0.
THE W$, HAMILTON r_Ar5UFACTUR!N0 80, limits
MINING
MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO.
GJL1-TJ-.-OA.,
J, M. Mackinnon
Mininq Prcnerti-ts
• Hand.ed
Properties Bond®®
Vancouver
B.C31
Don't Forget the Ashcroft Tailor
WHEN YOU WANT A NEW SUIT.
1 hr.ro jnBt r«ecif«H direst fio'X P»5'.lnnl the host icl««>i»« tf Twm4i, IViWiIi, I^Hee
rn-btiu^d lr4 t!ao Jutwior.   Gi.iilft^iiuii Kuaranttfed.
THOMAS MoCOSn. Mrfroluat Tail»r. Aiisrstt, 1. I
The new ntnge Una leaves Lytton •y»ry Menday tm4
Friday for Lillooet, returning next day, l?p«ci»l krijm
iriada,    Write us for information,
Peter Rebagliati d: (>., Lytt«n B. €.
RJ.Anderson&Co
HIV TTF.3TMINSTEH, B. 0.
General Hard-wave,
Paints, Oils  and Varnishes,
Stoves, Knameled Iron
sml Ti"n"waro,
Miners Ileal, Pleke, iberell, «t«., Wire Cable
■' Mil kussal V.'lm r.ucitt.
Inland Cigar Maimlacturing Co,
OF B.C., LTD.
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TTII.\RF STRKKT.   IKTftRIA.
Tiet* T»b'« Ko. 61.-Taking   BHfeft   Xey.  Wtfc,
Vifltorin t« VanennnT—Dftlly *t 1 p; m. Von,
pftnvor tu Victoria -Daily nl l.lft]),m., or »n tir*
rival n( the C.P.R. No 1 tr<fin.
HIW WJC8TM1KBTXR ROUTK.
LmT> Victorin fur Np.v WenfininstiT, lHdn»'i,
Lultl lftlpsd, I'lninpvr's I'atw^titi'K-KHT ar«(
Friday Rt 7 ft.in. Leave tltw W«»t-Ml.nB(«r fmv
Vifiorin aiul Way fiu-h, — W&*fnw^ay ro*4
lintuiilny x.1 7 u.in
JfTOHTHERJi  ROBTK.
SlrtmiBhijia nf this   ru'.t.^imjr   wilt  t«nv«   i»r
Fori   Hlu.p-h-.iu  tuid  iiiir.rme-^iKtt   points,  \[\
Vlutorlu, U'. mul liili unuh momli ul 1> >i.»i.
ALASKA IIOIJTK.
S'dflmf-.hif'a of IhU roiMwiuiy will Ivave   •Vti)|
Wattuevflay i»r Wrongal and SkiigwHy at 8 p.m.
(lAlK'L.VY SOUN» KOUTK.
Bloam oj   loa-fea   'Gloria   for   Alh«rni   nnH
Sound   porlB,   on   the Miti   ntiH 'JHili   ol   o.n It
monthi  oxlondlng lattor   lylh(i to wuait^B*
and Uap« SwU.
Tbe oompitny reHorvoi tlto r'ght of clian-rtRt
this time table ■tt a»y mnb u iipoai n ■ i; iit-rt a-m
0, A.CARr.fflPOK,
«cuwi>.l t-aaavrifisir Agtfml,
CariSioo and Lillooet
S's-^ge Lines.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
CGWPAMY.
ASHCROFT, B. C.
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Wetlnemlay ami Friday.
All  v0'-'18   '"   Caiilipo,  i!,inda\ V.
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Lillooet dtreot, ManJay ari'l I'Milay
Finks of Qnosntdle, ami wji> ikiIiiIb,
Monday,
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