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ULLOOET, B. Ch SATURDAY, JUNE i, 1901
$2.00 a year
LTLdDSP A XT) BliTDQI? IU VER STORKS,
J, DUNLOP.
iGX^KTXtiXvlAlL    l&J$XlGXXJLl<Trr
Miners Supplies.^-**-^-
LILLOOST,  _3.r<3.
Branch Store at Bridge Eiver where a
[full stock of General Merchandise and Min
*n Outfits are on hand..
v. Dunlop, General Merchant, Lillooet, B.C
Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT, LILLOOET, B. 0.
•rries a full stock of all kinds of Groceries, Dry   Goods,  Boots   and   Shees,
Hardware, etc.
MINERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
jpionsrs3B_a moT-Sii.
i,fii<*we.(. m. er.
' FRED. H.   NELSON, Proprietor.
tttVmyh;   R-.m.-ia   for    f'omnwreial    1'rarell«ri
Lirtriy Stable in Counoelion.  Bus uieeti
steam luini lorKucita to and from
.-.-v Jcriou Luke ami Bridge
jRiyur -vwlnt-s.
Hotel Victoria.
LiLLOoarr a. c»
This halel being new and thoroughly finished  throuirlio it is tha only first
aUss betel in I.iiiooet.   Persons calling at Lillooet will receive every attention by
■ stopniu*. at tbe Hotel Victoria, ibxid stabling inconufetion with the hotel. Head-
||D«rt«rg for tke Lillooet-L.rtlou stage.
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eMAU-SW   MOD1HAT1,     »   9   9   9   9   9
U. R. EAGLESON,
Proprietor.
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HXCBLSIOB   ZHIOITSIE].
X>.   y_l__S._3'H,   PROP.
iZLLOVEt, ..... 3. 0.
Iffae Bar le supplied with the best Wiais, I.iqaers and Cigars. —-n 1
LYTTON STAGE LINE.
Ibtage leaves Lytton every Tuesday and Saturday morn-
littg far Lillooet, returning next day.   Special trips made.
If yon contemplate a trip into Lillooet district, write us for information.
PAMERON & HURLEY     -:-    Lytton and Lillooet, B I
aeaasaa r __a
Canadian Pacific Navigation Company.
lpA« Alac_r__ A**9*™0™ |,,r ttknfnrRy nnd Alaika -points laar« Tictoriaarory Wainasday
f   9*   Hiaofio..   «T*anigrtii*i ^ancnuvor erery Thnrwlay at 1 p.m.
Steamer, (or fi,U, North*™ t ultita leave Victoria and Vancouver week I v.   Regnliir steame
r all BrUuli ooluiabla poiun.   f'.uUeuUri ou application. 0. *. BaXTKK, O. P. /
THE PROSPECTOR.
BY  RIO.   A.   FRASER.
A comparatively few years ago the
States west of Bock mountains contained many abandoned mines, to which reference was than quite invariably made
as unswerable proof that mining »«r a
failure. Later, many of the abandoned
properties, on tbe credit of rich ore
which bad been mined during their
early history, and a belief that cheaper
and deeper mining would make tbem
pay, were reopened. Soma of tbem
bava since become such remarkably successful enterprise! tbat the reopening
of an old abandoned mine of good repute
as to old ore values ia regarded as a safer
proposition than the exploitation of a
newly discovered prospect.
Much of tbe difficulty incident to a decision as to tbe advisability of reopening
haa been found in tbe imperfect recorda
ot old operation!. Maps and aurveyi
are more or less fragmentary and incomplete, and there ia rarely anything of the
nature of connected descriptive writing
that ii sufficiently inclusive to take the
place of maps. Very often it will happen tbat there is nothingbut tbe books of
account and Borne boxes filled with tbe
superintendent's letters.
In this journal recently appeared a
paper illustrating practically bow tbe
letters of a mine superintendent can be
dissected and rearranged to make an intelligible and satisfactory mine history.
The system has been practically applied
to reducing several thousand letters
written through a periad of thirty years'
continuous operation of a large mine.
Such maps as existed were untelligible,
but the history preparee from tbe letters
made it possible to construct maps correctly, showing all tbe mine workings
during tbe thirty yearperiod. Very largely the stope blocks in the several levels
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TO  THE  DEAF.
X rn-h 1ml v cured of her Deafneii and Xoiiei
In the Head by Ur Nicholson's Artificial Ear
Drnms, gave $10,000 to hie Institute, so that the
deaf people unable to procure tbe Kar Drums
may have them free. Address No. 14523 Tbe
Nicholson Institute, 780, Eighth Avenue, New
York, U.S.A.
M. P. GORDON,
Kamloops, B.C.
liTurmture of every description,  Carpets,  inoleum,  Window Shades, Cornice Poles, etc.
J. H. Anthony.
General Merchant, LYTTON,
Storage and
Forwarding Agent
FOR
Lillooet and Bridge River.
Have goods consigned to my care;
railway charges are settled, goods stored
and forwarded with despatch.
BAILEY
HOTEL.
Silverthorn Bros. Props.
LYTTON, - - B. C
First-class in every respect.
Choice  Wines,  Liquors
and Cigars. Sample
room   free.
FURNITURE.
Subscribe for The Prospector.
r
A lull stock of all   inji ef
UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE
is new for sale by
H. C. PARKER,
LILLOOET, a C.
Store and Repair Shop in Uren DIock.
Call and examine stock.      No trtnble to
show goods
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Read The Prospector
$2 a year.
were restored, oo that both the character and value of tbe ore yield locally iu
the mine became known. It is suggested
that tlie method illustrated can be profitably applied by the owners of old
abandoned mines to assist in an exoert
examination of old records.—Mining &
Scientific Press.
An American exchange says: When
a mine hat become forfeit by reason of
failuie to do assessment work annually,
all tbe improvements are forfeited with
it, and the mining claim being relocated
theelaimants have tbe right to the improvements. A mill would be an improvement that would become forfeit.
If the mill which bad been used in connection with the mine was built on a
separate millsite location it would not
become forfeit by failure to do assessment work on the mine, and could not
be located or claimed with tbe mine.
Tbe mill on a millsite claim ie the property of the builders till it is abandoned.
Tbe payment of taxea is evidence tbat it
is not abandoned.
A newspaper man wbo cannot stand
for the abuse and backcapping of the
entire community, and non-aupport from
men wbo do the most kicking and the
least to help tbeir town's criterion in
the outside world, need not pitch his
tent in the Kootenays. Abuse is but
tbe barometer of the good a newspaper
is doing. The more abuse by the dis-
grunted the more effective baa been the
work done.—Lardeau Eagle.
For the enlightenment of the miners
and prospecters resident in West Lillooet, tbe full text of the Act amending
the Mineral Act passed at the last session of the legislature is published in
this issue of The Prospector,
Kerry  Charter L-Jmlte*.
At some parties in Lillooet and along
the Bridge river trail doubts the extracts
from a letter published in The Prospector some weeks ago relative to crossing
fords within the limits of a ferry charter,
the following ii a copy of a letter which
may throw some light on tbe question:
Attorney-General's Office,
Victoria, B. 0.1 May 9th, 1901.
Mines Exploration Limited,
Hastings Street, Vancouver, B. C.
Sirs: I bave the honour to acknowledge receipt of your communication of
the 30tb, ulto. asking whether Indians
and others packing goods tor hire bave
tbe right to croaa the fords within the
limits of a ferry charter.
Such charter docs not confer any right
upon the grantees to prevent persons
from making use of fords on the river, or
to deraad tolls of those who make use of
the fords instead of making use of the
ferry. I bave the honour to be, air,
your obedient servant,
H. A. Maclean,
Deputy Attorney-General,
REBATES   TO   PRE-BMPTORS.
Curing the last session of the legislature the provisions of the Land Act,
dealing with rebates to pre-emptors of
crown lands, were amended aa follows:
"Pre-emptora of crown lands, whether
in arrears in payment of installments of
purchase money or not, who at the time
of coming into force ol this act have obtained certificate of improvement within
twelve months thereafter, shall on conforming with tbe provisions of tbe Land
Act, except as hereby altered, be entitled to obtain crown grants of their preemption claims upon completing payments of purchase money at the rule of
•eventy-five cents per acre, and crown
grant fees, which payments may be
made as follows: Twenty-five cents per
acre on or before the 31st day of December, 1901; twenty-live cents per acre on
or before the 80.h day of June, 1902; and
the remaining twenty-five cents per
acre on or before the 3Ut day of December, 1902, and without any further payment of interest or arrears of interest,"
BEND'OR, IDA   MAY  AND
COUNTLESS
Mav. Been Bonded to ■ New York Jyodl-
cata. Payment! to be made Within
Eighteen Months, pint Due on the 251I1
of June, the Amount Belnz $135,000
Eitenelr* Development Will be 3tarled
Shortly ead   Sump.  Increased ta Forty.
Mr. J. M. Mackinnon wbo has heen in
New York for some weeka returned to
Tancouver Tuesday morning having completed the deal for the Bend'Or Mines.
" The pvopertiea I have bonded include tbe Bend'Or group, the Ida May
group and the Countless," said Mr. Mackinnon in answer to an {enquiry by a
Province representative, " all of which
are controlled by the Bend'Or syndicate.
The property covers 365.6 acres, the different claims being the Little Joe, Woodbine fraction, Delighted, White Crow,
Mable fraction, Bend'Or fraction, Ida
May, Mary fraction, Trio, Countless and
Kitchener.
The properties are bonded for eighteen
months for $750,000, the first payment
of which, $125,000 in amount is to be
made on June 25th next."
Continuing Mr. Mackinnon made a
frank statement concerning tbe details
of the transaction, and while not at liberty to give for publication at this juncture the names of the people with whom
he is dealing, it may be definitely stated
that they control many millions of dollars. This, by the way, is their first
venture in British Columbia, and it turns
out well their further investment in mining properties here ia a certainty.
The deal was completed by Mr. Mackinnon with the New York people on
the exhaustive report on tbe properties
by Mr. Wm. Brewer, who accompanied
Mr. Mackinnon east and personally explained all detail* concerning tbe country. The New York capitalists will send
their own experts out at once, and thc
well known richness of tbe entire group
ia sufficient guarantee that the report
will be entirely favorable.
The termi of the transaction provide
for tbe payment of (375,000 in cash. The
The first payment of $115,000 as has
been stated, will be made on June 25th
next, similar amounts being due on December 26th of this year and on June 25,
1902. The balance of tbe purchase money, $375,000, is payable either in cash on
or befo.e December 26th, 1002, or, nt the
option of the purchasers, in lieu of cash
they may deliver 25 per cent, of the capital stock of a company which is to be
formed to operate the mines.
'"Thepeople with whom I am dealing
will go to work on no small scalp," said
Mr. Mackinnon. "' They intend to sink
500 feet in three places and open up the
property in a thorough manner. A forty
stamp mill will be set up as soon the development justifies it and that under the
circumstances stated cannot be very
long."        	
~ommltto_  Suicide.
Bresci, tho assassin of the late King
Humbert, of Italy, haa committed suicide at the penitentiary of Santo Stefauo.
Bresci recently had been suffering from
extreme excitement, declared to be from
extreme excitement, declared to be from
remorse. Tuesdav night he tnado a rope
from his blankets and strangled himself.
On the wall of Bresci': cell the word
"vengeance" was scratched with his
bloody thumb nail. Bread's violence last
week culminated in his attacking a jailor
in consequence of which he was placed
in a straight jacket. Later the prisoner
feigned docility in order to secure an opportunity (0 commit suicide, which he
accomplished by banging himself with
an improvised rope attached to the ceiling. Iu the earlier days of his imprisonment Bresci resented orders to keep silent and threatened to kill himself.
Htfltl   WATER.
The few days of extremely hot weather
at the beginning of tbe week brought
the Fraser to a very high point, only 8
inches below high water mark ol last
year, and a foot and a half higher than
thnt of '99. Al present the river ia grad
uall,v|falling but three or four days warm
weather will make it interesting for people living along the lower Fraser. Tnere
is vet a tremendous amount of snow on
iho mountains which under a repititon
of last weeks' hot weather will bring the
river above ilia '91 murk.
MINtRAL   ACT   AAUiNDntril.
Mis Majesty, hy and wilh the advice and
consent 0/ ihe Legislative Assembly of the
Province of British Columbia, enacts as follows:
1. This Act may be cited asl liie " Mineral
Act Amendment Act, 1901.''
2. Section 4 of the " Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1S90," is hereby repealed, and the?
fallowing substituted therefor:
"4. fn case any person should allow his
free miner's certificate to expire he may, at
any time within six months from 1I12 date of
such expiration, obtain from the proper officer
upon the payment of a fee of fifteen dollar.-, u
special free miner's certificate. Such special
certificate shall have the eflbcl or reviving the
title of the peison to whom it is issued lo all
mineral claims which such person owned at
Ihe'.iine of the lapse of his former certificate,
except such as under the provisions of the
" Mineral Act" and amending Acta had become the proper!) of some other person at or
before tlie time of the issue of such special certificate, and shall also operate as a free miner's
certificate until midnight of the thirty-first day
of May next after its issue. In the case of a
joint stock company, the fee for such speci.il
certificate shall be three hundred dollars.
Such certificate sliall be in the following
farm:
l" BRITISH COLUMBIA.
"SrECUL FREE MINER'S CERTIFICATE,
"[Not  transferable.]
No.
" This is to certify that , or
has paid me the sum of [fifteen
or three hundred as the case may he] dollars,
and is entitletl to all the rights and privileges
of a free miner from midnight of the [here in-
sert the date of the day immediately preceding
the date of issue of certificate] day of , A.I).
19 , until midnight of the thirty-first day of
May, A.D., 19   .
" This special certificate, so far only as such
title depends upon such person having a free
miner's certificate, shall hare lhc effect of reviving the title of the person to whom it is issued to all mining properties which such persons owned at the time of thc lapse of his
former certificate, except such as hare become
the property of some other person.
Issued at thc day of
A. D. 19
Signature of thc officer issuing same.
2. Section 141 of the Mineral Act is hereby
repealed, and the following substituted therefor:
141. Affidavits and declarations, required
under the prorisions of this Act shall be made
before ane of the following officials havingjur-
isdiction in lhc Province of Uritish Columbia,
or the part thereof where such affidavits or
declarations may be sworn or made, that is te
say: Supreme or County Court Judge, Registrar of a Court of Record, Gold Commissioner, Mining Recorder, .Stipendiary Magistrate, Justice of the Peace, Notary Public or
Commissioner for taking Affidavits."
4. This Act shall nol come into force unlil
the first day of July, A. D. 1901.
D. Johnson an Ashcroft contractor
was in town this week and secured a
contract from Mr. W. V. Brown on tha
North Fork.
Rev. J. H. Wright returned last week
from a quick trio into Bridge river, Mr.
Wright was much impressed with that
section of the district.
The following residents of Lillooet are
djing duty at the Clinton assize: Messrs. John Dunlop, P. Santini, E. S. Peters, R. J. Atkins and O. D. Wray.
A vacant house was occupied Thursday morning and the question is who
owns the property. Verily, tbo tow u of
Lillooet has some peculiar people.
Liquid air as an explosive l.as boon
tested. Prepared somewhat BSdynamite is, bv saturating an absorbent, it_
explosive effect is nbout the same as
dynamite, hut volatization is eo rapid
when exposed to the air that the use of
it is not practical.
In British Columbia a miners' inch of
water is still an indefinite quantity says
tho Mining & Scientific Press. It is described as the amount that will pass
through an orifice % inch wide, 2 inches
high, 2 inches thick, with 7 inches above
the top of the orifice, and every additional inch shall mean as 111 tion as shall
pass through the orifice extended horizontally |>j inch. It has be"n mggesteo
that the definition be changed and made
the same as now designated by law in
several of the western States.
E. 0. Killen of the public works di-
partment, will hereafter have the superintendence and control o! all the bridges
and road work in the province In his
charge. This was formerly looked after
by F. C. Gamble, engineer of the department, but it is th.'light the appointment
of Mr. Killecn will result in more general satisfaction.
H. Fowler amalgamator at the Anderson Lake Mines was In town for a day
this week and reiurned Friday morning
accompanied by John Marshall and A.
A. Uiett.
The method of working tho frtzen
claims in the Yukon valley is by stesni
thawers. A small boiler is generally
used, from which the steam is parsed
through rubber hose, to thc ends of
which pointed steel tubes about four
feet in length arc aftxed. The? latter
arc driven ixto the frozen gravel anil
steam is forced through then for six or
eight hours. They tie then withdrawn
and the thawed raateiiul removed. ; ■ 'v-'m'z*
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lIUl'EJUIllt.
Flower.
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t'AVII.ION. II. C.
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GENERAL BLACKSMITHS
AND HORSESHOEING.
1,1LLOOET, E. C.
afanut ictuff-t o> all kind ot
MIXER'S SUPPLIES, PK.'KH. DRI1.LB, Etc.
K na but tlio 1'cat materia! used. Miners or
■ : dors sending in orders will receive
11 .r.i utuntion kbiI satiaiacHou guaranteed
Half-Way House,^
LILLOOET-LYTTON ROAD.
Headquartcis for all Singes.
CHARLES McCILLIVRAV, Proprietor.
J. CXiAJ&SZE},
ULLDOKX,B. C
[k fair.iu-U'Jl.
NOTICE.
RESERVATION OF WATER.
_ r.TICE t» hereby B'vi'u thnt all tie <>t»r«orrl-
X*    £*«__> ia iinltlH, slrea- M hu«e til-
■ : t wwa_e>oJ Bvartfi tatttude.awS «'• '••''•
1 ■ .' ir„  lor a (limine* oi oue Humtro4tl0ti)
■ ii'omte sea const, is hfreb; teseived foi
'•;:"upose of maWnrproy I.ton or npMU
nowS tor operating l>ulP miUn.ov tor other industrial purposes.
Th* water s» reserved may be acattlredjrora
«,. •."*•" under lhe authority ol the VI a er
cfi.mt» l"us<rtl_.llou-Acl  by»nj apt* lully In-
rorMrated company, lor use tor the pu. PMCS
abovo mentioned,upon BBCiJ companyslMMl ing
to tbe satisfaction oi the-lieulenaul governor m
nnmoillhalit i» financially and hi Btaer res-
nacWlo a position lo establish iimlcuriy OU tbo
noeratton ol au loshistrlal enterprise ol a bono-
,i ir.1 nature, an* .•ubjtct to sue.-, terms and
• on<tttlo»s as tba lieuteuaut-gov emer in. coun-
;:! may direct.
A record of '.be reservation o! wslsr heieby
p,o7,«Uru tt shall 1)3 made by each cmuiij-
■ onei and (iold Commissionerwhose  __«lct is
,,..,'te-!ilhcr.by.sueh record and r»sarvation
10 be subject to the provisions oi section t« (J)
nl the Water Ctauses Consolidation Act.
W. C. \, bl.lv
Chief CominiSKleJiev ol Lull is
nnd Works.
Units nod Walks Itpamuent, Victoria, B. 1.,
3rd April, 1W1.
NOTICE.
, -OUSTS oi Assize, Nisi l'rius. Oyer and Term!
C MI„ud General Gaol Unlivery will bo bold
on in thc ourt House at eleven o'clock in the
forenoon, nt thc places nnd on the fiat*, tot.
'.owing, namely.
ily oi Nanaimo, on the JSril day of April
1001, , -       ,
iiyof Ncw Westminster, on the 23rd day of
April, 1901. „
Ity of Nelson, on tho 7tfc day of May 1901.
i ty of lievelstoke, on tbe 7lh day oi May.!'*1 ■
Hy of Vernon, on the 1.1th day ol May, 1001.
ity ot Kamloops, on thc 23rd day of May
1901. , ,,
ily oi Vancouver, oo the 2I»t day ol May
_01.
ity of Victoria, on the 281h day of May. 1901.
Town of   Union, ou the 28th day of Mny, 1901
By   ummand.
j. n. ritKNTt e.
Provincial Secretary,
rrovintial Secretary's OBice.Mth March. 1901
The Prospector is tlie
best 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
iii your orders for
Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads, etc
The Prospector,
Lillooet, B. C.
Advertise in The Pros-
*
oector.
Canadian
acitic
ana 500
Shortest  and most  direct j
route to all points
EAST and WEST
Daily service to
St. Paul and Chicago
and all Eastern United States
and Canadian points.
Passengers booked to
Alaska,
Australia,
China and Japan.
Trains pnss Lytton ae follows:
East Mound, 20.07 West Bound J.ffl
ror rales pamphlets _c apply to nearest C.
I'.  H. Aj!COt.
MURALO WALL FINISH.
A ljrmscliold neressliy and a UousclioU heatilifier—a ory powder, put up in five
pound packages, ami in lwenty.|.k-e beaatiful sH—tdOtt.
When lv.iur-e cleaning lie sure and Use MURALO    have soiurthinrj for your
wode.
Easily applied and won'  rub off.    A color card for the asking.
:: •- - - •- «? ::
McLennan, iirlcFeety & Co. Ltd.
122 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
!■:. j. ccm.r:,
a. e. v .a.,
Vaneourar. II. C.
THOS. CLARK,
Agent,
Lytton, B.C.
R. J. ATKIN
Lillooet. B. C.
DEALER IN,
Hardware
Stoves
Tinware
Miners Supplies
Farm Implements
Harness <fc Saddlery
Furniture, etc..
All orilurs promptW iittemleJlo.
Royal Hotel,
Sucker Creek, B.C.
I011N COLLUM,   Trop.
Central point for Bridge
Kiver Miners and Pros-
pettui'ri. (Jood accommodation. -    -
Stable in connection.
THE PROSPECTORS* EXCHANGE
NO. 4 K.-W.O. BLOCK, NELSON, B. P.
(Iold, Silver-tend ami Copper Mine- wanted al the EXCHANGE.
FttEE MILLING GOLD  propttt i mled at once for Eaatern In-
vieiors.
I'lirtien having mining property lor i ale tire requested to eond sample
of llieir ore lo llin LXOHANliEfor exhiliition.
We ilefire lo hoar Irotu prospectors who have protniuing mineral chiiiijfl
in Britiuli Colunihia,
ProspeclorB an'd mining men are req   ri.i .'. to make tbe EXCHANGE
their headq.naftera when in Nelson.
All i-c.iii'ple- alum il ' ■■ ■ .•.•'..■•'. PfiEPAID.
Oorrcspondeuce eolmitcd.   AddieBB nil conimiinicatioriB to
ANDREW   F.   KOBSNBEBGBB.
Telephone No. 104.   P.O. Rnx 700 NELSON, B. 0.
J B CHERRY,
A. fi.TWN. CGLL.. PllbLIN.
BARRISTER,  SOLICITOR.  NOTARY IPUBLIC
Llllouet. Tl. C!
Home Grown
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Roses,
Sliruha, Vines, Bulbs, Hedge Plants,
Seeds.
Extra choice stock of Peach, Apricot, Plum,
Cherry and Prune Trees.   New Importation ol
first-Class Rhododendrons,   K«se_,   Clematis,
Bay Trees, I lollies, etc.
So,ooo to chose from. No agents nor commission to pay: Orders dug in one day you
gel it the next, No fumigating nor inspection
pharges. Ct-eeifhbutte plants, Agricultural im*
elements, fertilizers, bee supplies, etc. Largest and must complete slock in the province.
Send for catalogue or call and make your selections before placing your orders.    Address
M.J. HENRY, Vancouver
WHITE LABOU ONLY.
THE WM. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING 60. Limited
MINING
MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO.
GJlISTAIDJl.
J. M. Mackinnon
Mininq Properties
Hand.ed
Properties Bonded
Vancouver
B.e
3.TOW   J301TS.^«sfr>-
Don't Forget the Ashcroft Tailor
WHEN YOTJ WANT A NEW SUIT.
I hare JnRt n>-.'_lve4 direct from Scotland the best Belie tion ui Twwijdjr, Worat.dj, Sergtu
Pan tings in the Interior,   Batisfaction KUaranteed.
THOJIA8 McCOSH, Murehniit Tailor, Asbcrolt, B. C
i Sta^e
The new stage line leaves Lytton every Monday and
Friday for Lillooet, returning next day. Special trip3
made.    Write us for information.
Peter Rebagliati & Co., Lytton B. C.
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General Hardware,
Paints, Oils  and Varnishes,
Stovcfl, Enameled Iron
and Tinware.
Mlner« Rlcel, Plo.ln. Shovels, etc., Wire Cable
and Itu«s«l Wire Feiicine.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
Inland Cigar Manufacturing Co,
OF B.C., LTD.
Our Specialties!
INTERIOR
LA MORENA
ICJ-lvIXOOlPS, _3 c
Cariboo and Lillooet
Stage Lines.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
COMPANY.
ASHCROFT, B. C.
Clinton  nml  wny  points,  Monday,
Wednoitlny an<l Friday.
All points   in   Cariboo,  Monday's,
and Friday.
I.iiiooet direct, Monday and Friday,
Forks olQiieenelle, and way [lointe,
Monday.
Stages connect wilh steamer Chailotte
a' Soda creak.
Ppecinl Conveyances Furnished.
(LIMITED.)
WHARF STREET.  I CTORI'A. «
TlmoTaUe Xo. M.-THklng  Effect   Nov. Mtk,
WW.
Vlclorift to Vancouver—Dally nt 1 p. m. Vnn-
touvsr to Vicloiirt -Diillv hi 1.1 .p.ui., oi on .ir-
•lval ol the C.P.R. No 1 train.
NEW WEBTMINSVER ROUTK.
Leave Victoria /or New Westminster, I.nilner,
Lulu tsland, I'liiniper'e Purt—Tuesday anrl
Pride; at 7 H.in. Leave Xew n-ostiuliitter ter
Victoria und Wuy Ports— Wednesday and
Saturday at V nm
NOUT-ERK ROUTE.
StenniKhlps ot this   company   will lesvo for
Fort  Btinpson and luterinodlate  points, via
Victoria, 1st nnd Uth wicli monih at 11 p.m.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Steamships of this coin"Hny will iesve  ever/
Wednesday for Wrangel and Skagwajl at 8 p.m.
BARCLAY HOUND ROUTE.
Rloamer Loavui iii   for  Alberni   and
Sound ports, on the Hull , "'1 Wlti ot vHdll
tnontb, oxlondiug latter tri] lo Qustfino
and lair Scott.
Tbe company reserves tho riant of changing
litis 11 nie lulile alHnj timo without uoiiti.iulou
U.A.CARLETON,
General Freight Agorrt.
f. ». BAXTER,
General PaSSOnger Ai;enl.
| Insurance. $
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Agent.
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Lillooet, «. C. G
^$^^$^?&??k LiL0)2r  and BaiD3E rive a stores.
J, DUNLO
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Miners Supplies,
LIXiLOO-Tr", _3/o.
Brauch Store at Bridge lliver where a
full stock of General Merchandise and Min
©rs Outfits arc on hand.
J. Dunlop, General Merchant, Lillooet, B.C
Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT, LILLOOET, B. C.
fiarries a full stoek of all kinds of Gioceries, Dry   Good?,  Boots  and   Shoes,
Hardware, etc.
MINERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
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Lillooet, B. u.
F«ED. H.  NELSON, Proprietor.
WLmVlO   Renins   for    ('omni'rcial    TniveM.n
tlvory B table in (^onnoction, Oris meets
-g-teirimliOHi for quests In and from
HA'a£doriOt)   Lake unil Bridge
tiUivcr joints.
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Hotel Victoria.
XilLXiOOI-T   33_ C-'
This hotel being new and thoroughly flntaheil lhretijrlio.it is the only first
class hotel in Lillooet. Persons calling al I.iiiooet will receive every attention by
stopping at the Hotel Victoria. (Jood stabling iu conac-e'.ion with the hotel. Headquarters for the Ullooet-J.yttoii stage.
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M. R. EAGLESON,
Proprietor.
EXCELSIOR    _E_CO"CTS_e3.
ID.   ■FEA8EB,   PEOP.
*>{i.r.eoET,  b.o.
Slie Bar is supplied with the best Wines, Liquors and Cigars.     a_e11
LYTTON STAGE LINE.
Stage leaves Lytton every Tuesday and Saturday morning for Lillooet, returning next day.    Special trips made.
If yon contemplate a trip into Lillooet district, write us lor information.
CAMERON & HURLEY     •:-    Lytton and Lillooet, B t
janaassasaB
Canadian Pacific Navigation Company.
Pni*  AlacLfa Steamers for Bkft-gWfty nnd A la*!;a points leave Victoria every Wednesday
Ul   Nldonus   evening Hiidj V'auermver every I'burs Uy .it l p.m.
SteHmer* for B.C Northern Points leave Vletoi iti nml Vancouver weekly.   Regular nteaiiei
(wall Britlihoolumbla points.   l*ar titularson a toll ua tion. C. 3. B.VXTSK, u. 1*.
M. P. _._.v_.v.„
Kamloops, B,C.
furniture of every description,  Carpets, inoleum, Window Shades, Cornice Poles, etc.
Subscribe for Ihd Prospsctor,
It is Al
Clarke & Oo,, Lillooet,   bave   a com
; plete stork o( drugs, Medicinra nnd min-
. trie...   Letter nidere promt.lly attendeii
i".     Just   tell   them what yon want o*
what tbe trouble is. and tl.ev,- w.ll do lite
; net.
The only map giving the locations of the mines of this rich
free-milling camp. Everyone interested should have one. Price
Fifty cents.     Send for one at once.    Address:
The Prospector,
Lillooet, B. C,
Provide Against
Accidents and
Sickness,
BY TAKING OUT A POICY FROM
_rtIC.   .A.-   FRASER,
Lojai Agent for the Dominion of Canada Guarantee & Accident
Insurance Company, of Toronto, Ontario.
I hie is an ideal policy and besides  covering accidents  takes in eighteen  different
ailment*.      Oon't be without some security for no one can tell when thoy will meet with
misfortune.    Call and see the agent and get further particular*
Notice of Assignment
Pursuant to Mters Trust
Deeds let and Amending Acts.
Notice la -he-retry rIv.ii tit at the Toronto.
Ullooet <iold Keels Company Limited (Son-
I jr-nomil Liability) having a registered office in
the city of Vancouver in the province of Brit-
jab Columbia has bv deed of ttslgmitaut dated
the eleventh fl„y of   May   one   thousand  niue
hundred and one assigned ail Its pergonal property which may be seized ami sold under execution and all iis real estate credits nnd effects
to Frederick 0 Tireman of the City of Vancouver aforesaid for tbepurposeaftet paying and
satisfying thoeostsabaqge- and expenses ni and
Jnri<IeniaJ in ti:' fniA iis8i(,'iuiifia nnd of the
paid trustee oi Bortilirfving rateaMy and proportionately with on. pref rente or priority tlio
credttmef dhe said company,
Tho said deed was txe rh.'f by the said company on tbe eleventh day Of Mav one Thoufand
nine hundred and one and bj the-said Frederick C. Tireman on the Beveuteonth dayof Mav
one thonsH-nd nine hundred anfi one.
All persons baring claims ajjain^t the Raid
Torontu-Lilloocl Gold ILeefs CompHiiy Ijimiiu-tl
[non-personal littblMtyl are required to forward
particulars of their said claims duly vcri'lefl to
Frederick C Tir-inan, Fairfield Itloek, Vancouver, B, C(en act b«fore the 7th day of June,
1901, and all perflOD* inifehted te the said company are renuesfced to pay such Indebtedness
to tlie said Freflerl&l C. Tireman at hu> otlhe ia
the Fairfield Block aforesaid.
Dated this 17ch dav of May, 1901.
FltEDKKICK 0, TIHHWAN,
Trustee.
A moetinp of the creditors of the Toionte-
Lillooet (.old Beefs Com pan v Limited [non-
personal liability! will be held at the offices cf
Messrs. Wilson & Senkler, Inns of Court Building corner Hastings und Hamilton *tn;ots in
the city of Vaneouver, tho solicitors for the
above named trustee, on the 7th day«f June,
1901. at the hour of three o'clock In tkc u-fter-
noon.
i (Dated this 17th dav of May, A. D. 1901
FKEDIIKIck C. TIREMAN,
Trustee.
DOUGAL HOUSE
Vancouver, B. O.
BURTON & BT.ACKSTOXE, Propfl.
n>.ii -.quart- is for  mining:   men.      European
plan.
J, H. Anthony.
General Merchant. LYTTON,
Storage and
Forwarding Agent
tor
Lillooet and Bridge River.
Have goods consigned to my care;
railway charges are settled, goods storefi
and forwarded with despatch.
BAILEL
HOTEL.
Silverthorn Bros. Props.
LYTTON, - - B. C
First-class in every respect.
Choice  Wines,   Liquors
and Cigars, Sample
room   free.
FURNITURE.
A lull stock of all   Mids ef
UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE
is new for salt by
H, C. PA11EER,
LILLOOET, B. C,
Store antl Repair Shop in Uren Rock.
Call and examine  stcslt*     No trouble td
show goods
REI'AIRING A SPECIALTY.
TRAVELERS!!
Brett  Ranch,
First-class accommodation for thc
travel tag public. When Roing to
ami from tlie .nines make the Brett
Ranch fur a Btopfnng p*ace. The
lies, meal and bed on trail and every-
thing Meat and clean. Only white
help employed. Remember the
place when on lhc trail. . - • -
Stable  in connection, hay and feed.
R. H.    RETT,    •    .    -    Proprietor,
Road The Prospector
p2 a year. ,„ •TTfT
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LOCAL  NEWS *" MeDpnaJti, read superintendent re-
■   -             " I turned   from   Iiridge r;ver district   tliis
Yesterday   waB the last day for free j *!**■ W'nJ"i bten poking over the prc-
.i.iner'scertificates. : !",EC'3 sWTerumen* worl .
I', I.l'roy of Vernon, Bpent a nijlit In
inn Binding up lhe census atTairs.
Jack Walker who lias lioen mfferins:
from a sprained ankle is convalescent.
The epidemic of rcarlalina which paid
p. hurried visit to Lillooet is now defunct.
Mrs. J. Dunlop of Cayoo9h creek is
spending a few days with Miss Eileen
fOhtrxy.	
Ur. A. Pelly returned from the Bridge
river diitric* Friday and lelt thii inoin-
ing for Greenwood.
Mr. E. Bantini aud family will move
(rom their residence on tlie hill shortly,
{to ittf lower ranch.
NOTICE.
A few men are at work on the I.vtton
foad repairing the cribbing ahout eight
miles below towu.
J. Letalien apd W. Durban have managed to get the water on their lota and
have put in gardens.
Duncan McDonald returned Friday
from the Xtnpire Valley section where
he had beeu on census business.
E. J. Taylor and Fred. H. Kinder arrived from Bridge riyer Wednesday after
eorue time in oponing up their own min
ing properties.
Dr. Child's Ointment is the best remedy in tbe world for Ilching Piles, It ie
sold by Clarke _ Co., at the Pioneer
Drug Store, L'llooet.
Mr. D. C. Campbell aDd Mr. H. J.
Keary returned the first of the week
from Cadwallader. Mr. Campbell left
Wednesday for Victoria.
James B. Uren is building an addition
to bis resilience in tbo west end. "Jimmy" will have one of tbe nicest residences in Lillooet before Jong.
Steam Boiler Inspector's
Examination.
Application* for examination for Sleem Ball*
• r Inspectors will be received by tlie* Chief In-
I ipectur of Steam Boileri, New WeBtniir.Htnr, B.
(f„ up to June 191b, 1901. Applicant* miiKt be
between the nges of 26 and'60 yearn, they must
have bail at least Hv_ years' uradical workshop
experience an machinists or boiler make th, unit
must also havo a thorough understanding ol
iteam engineering.
Forma of pai tlCUlan may be obtained, on re-
quest nf Intending applicants, fron) the-kief
Inspector of Bt0_.ni Boilers, New Westminster,
B. C„ and mut't be properly tilled in and re-
turned to him on or before "the above-mention
ed date.
The eandldatei selected for examination wili
then be notified aa to date and place of examination*
The salary will be |100 per month,
W. <;. WKLLB,
chief Commissioner nf Lands and Works.
Lands and Works Department, Victoria, B.C.,
22ud May, 1901.
NOTICE.
Tho Boar* of _ictos« Commissioners will
mr-ot al tlie Court House, Lillooet, B.C . on Ihe
lTitli dty of June,191)1, lo consider the application of
Duncan Fraser of the Excelsior Hotel, Lillooet, B. c, for a renewal of his hotel liquor
license.
Application of Fred. H. Nelson or the Pioneer
Hotel, Lillooet, B.C., for a renewal _ his hotel
liquor license.
Application of Mark R. Eagleson of thc Hotel
Victoria, Lillooet. 11. C, lor a renewal of his
hotel liquor license.
Application of John Collum of the Royal
Hotel, Sticker creek. Bridge River, B. C, for a
renewal of his hotel liquor license.
H. A. HUME,
Chief Lieen.se Inspector,
West Lillooel. License District.
Lillooot. B. 0., 1st. June, 1901.
Mark Eeagleaon who hai lately finished renovating the old Post Office building into an annex for the Hotel Victoria it now enlarging bis stables.
W. II. Wilier has been awarded the
contract for removing the old jail and
building the addition. Work will be
fomtnenced about the first of August.
If its C. Campbell who hae been employed at the Pioneer hotel for severs I
monthe left for Vancouver Wednesday
morning and will go east in a few weeks.
Thonae Goes and his sawmill outfit ii
pn the way to the North Fortk, having
arrived yeaterday. The lomber to be
put ia for the Bridge Kiver Development
Company.	
Charles Shepherd arrived Thursday
with about thirty head of cattle from
the Ohilcoten. He will leave for Bridge
river camp in a few days to supply fresh
meat to the mines.
Mrs. John LaRochelle, son nnd daughter of Grand Kapids, WiB., arrived a fow
weete ago and are now with Mr. La-
Jtochelle on hie ranch iihoot nine miles
below town on the Lytton road.
The Rev. J. H. Wright has recently
succeeded in passing the examinations
jn I'hilosopy, Greek and English in connection with the arts course of Queen's
University, Kingston, Ontario,
Notice of Assignment
Pursuant to Creditors Trust
Deeds Act and Amending Acts,
Notice is hereby given that the Toronto
Lillooet Cold Ueefs Company Limited (N'on-
Persnnal Liability) having a registered office in
the City of Vancouver in the provinco of British Columbia has by deed of assignment dated
tbe eleventh dayof May one thousand nine
hundred and one assigned all its personal prop-
arty which, may be seized and sold under execution and all its real estate credits aad effects
to Frederick C Tireman of tho city of Vancouver aforesaid for the purpose after paving and
satisfying the eosts charges anil expenses of and
incidental to the said assignment and of the
said trustee nf satisfying ratoably and proportionately without prefsrence or priority tho
creditors of the said company.
The said deed was executed by the said eom-
pany qn lhe eleventh day of Mav one thousand
nino hundred and one and by tile said Frederick C. Tireanan on tlio seventeenth day of May
one thousand nine hundred and one.
All persons having claims against tho said
Toronto-Lillooet Cold Reefs Company Liaaited
[non-personal liability] are required to forward
particulars of their said claims duly verified to
Frederick c Tireman. Fairfield Block, Vancouver, B. c, on or before the 7th day of June.
1901, and all persons indebted to thc said company are requested to pHy such Indebtedness
to the said 1-rederick C.Tireman at hit efflce in
the Fairfield Block aforesaid.
llatad this 17lh day of May, 1901.
FKliDEKICK C. TIREMAN,
Trustee.
A moetlng of the creditors of the Toronto
Lillooet Cold Reefs Companv Limited [non-
personal liability] will be held at the ofSees of
Messrs. Wilson A; Wenkler, Inns of Court Building comer Hastings and Hamilton streets in
the city of Vancouver, tho solicitors for the
above named trustee, on the 7th day of June,
1901. at the hour of three o'eloei in the afternoon.
Dated this 17th dav of Mav. A. D. 1901.
FKEDERICk C, TIREMAN,
Trustee.
Clarke & Co., Lillooet, have a com
plete stock of drugs, Medicines and sundries. Letter orders promptly attended
to. Just tell them what you want or
what the trouble is, and tbey will do the
rest.  *
Artbtir F. Noel, superintendent of the
Bend'Or mines, came down on Wednesday afternoon and left for Vancouver on
Thursday. He took with him the cleanup for the past few weeks run of the
pill.	
J. J. TatterBon made a good strike
near Gun creek a low weeks ago. The
ledge is five feet in width   and  panning
shows it to be rich.     Jake will do fur-1
tlier work on what  is likely to be a 1-ig j
bonanza.	
-    Some valuable   dogs  have,   amongst j
other canines, lost their lives nt Saunrch j
lately, as a result oi the laying nf poison j
on farm premises for the pur| ose of dej-
troyrng coons and without public  noli-
fication {or the warning of dog  owners. !
Tot thus acting a farmer named McKay
has beeu finid $0  and  costs.   He  had!
failed to put up tlio accessary warning
jioticee.     	
Mr. J. I?..T-eightoii, superintendent of [
the B. 0. Express Co.. and Mrs. f.cigh '
fon with a party of their Ashcolt friends,
Mr. and Mro. J. A- Bremner, Mrs. D nis '
Murphy nnd Mi«« Camplilill arrived In
tvllooet Sunday evening by the Dufferin I
puh, and visited all the sight, in this)   .   , f-       j     ml      Prns.
heniHiftll locality.     The partv retnrncd I -t\\l V tl U,»'_ 111 XI1L 1 1 OS"
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GENERAL BLACKSM1THING
AND HORSESHOEING.
Lillooet, B. C.
Mftnufaotnror of all kind ol
MlNKR'3 Bl'PPLiKa, PICKS, DRILLS, Etc.
Nyi.'u but tlio beat t..ti:*.-viiil used. MinerH or
proBpectors Bending In orders will recelre
prompt attantion and ■atlBlacttenjfrgaarftntead
Canaf ian
I       i acific
and £oo Line.
Bhoi'test  and most direct
route to all points
EAST und WEST
Daily si nice to
St, Paul and Chicago
and all Eastern United States
and Canadian points.
Passengers booked to
Alaska,
Australia,
China and Japan.
Trains pass Lytton as follows:
Kast Bound, JO 57 West Bound J._
1-or rates pamphlets _c. apply to nearest C.
l>.  P. Acent.
Half-Way House,<v_
LILLQ'JET.-LYTTOJJ ROAD.
Headquarters for all Stages.
CHARLES MCGILLIVRAY, Proprietor.
vJ. CLAE/KB,
LILLOOKT, B. C.
Watchmaker.
AU'work- warrantee!,
NOTICE.
RESERVATION' OP WATER.
NOTICE ir; her«by given tbat all the unrerord-
«d wator lu every ilver, stre4*m or fake *i\-
tjated within a bull lying butweeu the 49th and
55th parallel of north latitude,, and ax tend ing
eaiterly for a distance of one hundred (10U)
mtltti from the aea roast, is hereby reserved (or
the purpose of making provision for supplying
power for operating pulp mills, or for oilier industrial purpoaefi.
The water so reserved mav be acquired from
tho crown under the authority Oi the Wuter
Clauses Consolidation Act byanyspe lally incorporated company, for use for ibis pui pocet.
above mentioned, upon such company showing
to the HMtiufnoiion of tlio lionUMmni-governor in
council thnt it in financially umi in other res-
pects'in a position lo establish ami tarry ou the
operation of an Industrial enterprise oi a beuu-
fl.ial nature, and subject to BUCh terms ami
conditioni as ihe lieutenant-governor in council may direct.
A record of the reservation of water hereby
provided  for shall  ba  made  by each com mis*
sioner and Gold commissioner whose district is
affected thereby, aucb record and reservation
to be subject to the provisions of section 130 (3)
of the Water Clauses Coneolidtuion Act.
W. C. WELLS,
Chief Commissioner of Lands
und Works,
Lands apd Works Ecparunent, Victoria, U. C,
28rd April, 1901.
BRIDGE RIVER
TRAVELERS! !
Brett  Ranch,
First-class accommodation for the
traveling public. When going to
and from the mines make the Ilrctt
Ranch fur a stopping place. The
best meal and bed on trail and everything neat and clean. Only white
help employed. Remember^ the
place when on thc trait. ....
Stable in connection, hay and feed.
R. II. BRETT,     -     -     -     Proprietor.
The Prospector is tlie
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, B. C.
B. 3. COYLIC,
A. O. P .A.,
Vancouver, B. C.
THOU. CLARK,
Agent,
Littuu, B.C.
II. J. ATKIN
Lillooet. B. C.
DEALER IN,
Hard war e
Stoves
Tinware
Miners Supplies
Farm Implements
Harness & Saddlery
Furniture, etc.,
All orders promptly nttancWto.
Royal Hotel,
Sucker Creek, B.C.
JOHN COLLUM,  Trop.
Central point for Bridge
Kiver Miners and Prospectors. Good accommodation.     -     -     -    -
Sl.iblc in connection.
J B CHERRY,
A. E. TRI>\ COLL., DEFiLIN.
BARRISTER. SOLICITOR.  NOTARY PUBLIC
Lillooet. N. Ci
Home Grown
Fruit and Ornamental Tr**_R, Roses,
Shrubs, Vines, Uulbs, Hedge Hants,
.Seeds.
Extra choice slock of Peach, Apricot, Plum,
Cherry and Prune Trees,    New importation oi
first-cla_s Rhododendrens,   Roses,   Clematis,,
Bay Trees, Hollies, etc.
80,000 to chose from. No agents nor com-
mission to pay: Orders dug in one ifoy you
get it thc next. No fumigating nor inspection
pharges. Greenhouse plants, agricultural implements, fertilizers, bee supplies, etc. Largest and most complete stock in the province.
Send for catalogue or call and make your selections before placing your orders.    Address
M.J. HENRY, Vancouver
WHITE LABOR ONLY.
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MURALO WALL FINISH.
A hous.'h'i'd necessity and z household beaulificr—a^ry po;.vder, put up in fire
pound packages, and in twenty-five l)eaatiful sJiades.
When house cleaning be sure and use MURALO and have .^.-oetJjinp ftr your
work.
liaiiily a^)plied and won'  rub off.    A color caid for the asking.
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McLennan, McFeely & Co. Ltd.
122 Cordova Street. Vancouver, B. C.
THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE
NO. i K.-W.-O. BLOCK, NELSON, B. O.
Oold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANO-.
FREE MILL1NU GOLD  properties  wanted at once lor Eastern Investors.
Parties having mining property for nale are requested to send sample
o( tlieir ore to the LXCHANGE tor exhibition.
We desire to hear Irom prospectors who have promising mineral claims
in British Columhia.
Prospectors and mining men are requested to make the 5X0HANGB
their headquarters when in Nelson.
All samples Bhouid lie sent by express PREPAID.
Correspondence solicited.   AddreBS all communicatiocs t*
ANDREW   F.    K08KNBEBQ_B,
Telephone No. 104.   P. O. Box 700. NELSON, B. 0.
THE WM.  HAMILTON MANUFACTURING 00. Limited
MINING
MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO.
G-AJSTAXDA.
J. M, Mackinnon
Mininq Properties
Hand.ed
Properties Bonde®
Vancouver
B. @<
IXGW   BOYS^_>
Don't Forget the Ashcroft Tailor
WHEN YOTJ WANT A NEW SUIT.
I have Inst rcreirsd direct from Brotlaml the host acleotion ef Tw*ed«, WenMds, S«»4>
Pmillnga iu the Interior.   SntisfHCtion Ktttiranteerl.
THOMAS McCOSH. Merchant Tailor, Ashoroft, B. «.
Tho new stage line leaves Lytton every Monday and
Friday for Lillooet, returning next day. Special trijis
made.    Write us for information.
Peter Rebagliati A Co., LytW "§.€.•
NKV WESTMINSTER, B. C.
General Hardware,
Paints, Oils  and Varnishes,
Stoves, Enameled Iron
and Tinware.
Miners Stoel, Picks, Shovels, etc., Wire Cable
and Kussel Wire Fencing.
Inland Cigar Manufacturing Co.
OF B.C., LTD.
Our e_pe«.-iftiitluu:
INTERIOR
LA M0RENA
KAMLOOPS, B O.
Cariboo and Lillooet
Stage Lines.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
COMPANY,
ASHCROFT, B. C.
Clinton  Dnt]   way   points,  Monday,
Wulne iluy mid Fruliiy.
All   poinla   in   Cariboo,   Mouday's.
and Friday.
Lillooet direct, Monday and Friday,
Forks ot CJiiesntdir, and nay points,
Monday,
act •■:'..li ilcniiinrC'liailotto
•   ■
:......... Couv*yauce« furnialiod,
CANADIAN PACIFIC
NATIC1TI0H 0.
(UMITED.)
WIURr 8TRKJBT.  ICTORTA.
TlmoTutl. No. M.-Tiklng M«cl H«v. »t_r,
1900,
Victoria to Vnncouver—Dally at 1 p, *m. Ysn-
COUTer to Victoria-Daily at _,Up,m., _?«n tt*
rival of [he C.P.R, Ko 1 lirtin.
NKW WESTMINSTER ROUTE,
Leave Victoria for Now Westminster, [.ednar.
Lulu Island, Flumiier's Paw— Tuenday and
Fridny at 7 a.m. Leave New Wefitruinitor Ur
Victoria and Way Porta — wedueaday auo\
Saturday at 7 p.m
NORTHERN ROUTE.
Steamshipi of this coMpasy will l«ave f*r
Fort   Btmpsop   ami   intermediate   points,   Tl»
Victoria, 1st and 15th ,-ach month at 11 p.a.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Steamships of this coranany will leave erev
Wednesday for Wrangel and Skagway at 8 p.m.
BARCLAY HOUND ROVTE.
RUmmer leaven 'ctoria for Alberni and
Round ports, ou the lUlli and _0ib ot en ah
month) extending latter tripa to Quatsiaa
and Cape Scott.
The company rosorvM the right of ehanglnq
thieiime table al any time wit hoot aotlilcatlon
U. A.CARLETON,
General Fruight Agent.
G, B. BAXTER,
General I'eisenger Agent.
:*;»«* MOiOiOio^
Insurance.
I General
| Agent.
1
5**\ If you want
To insure your lifo, <£>
To mimro year properly,     7K
%"\ to initire agaiott accident. ?sl
sK Gallon (__\
%>      Ric. A. Fraser      Q
J> Mllooof, U.O. ;P

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