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Vol, ^f No 40, -J 4
LILLOOET, B. C, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1901
$2.00 a year.
WLOOIT AND BRIDGE RIVER STORES.
J, DUNLOP.
Miners Supplies.
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Branch Btore at Bridge Biver where h
fall stock of General Merchandise and Min
9rs Outfits are on hand.
J, Dunlop, General Merchant, Lillooet, B.0
mmmim
Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT, LILLOOET, B. 0,
Parries a f»U stock of ;ill kiwis of Groceries, Dry   Goods,   Boots   and   Shoes.
Hardware, etc, ,
WINERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.^m**~'
(.Illtft.ot   B,  u.
f'gEO. II, NEISaN, Proprietor.
_ido   Uv.-h   fur   nomraareia'   Trevtsllers
fciveiy Btablt ia Connection, Ku- meetf
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AfcUernon  l.nVe mirl IsriAg.
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Hotel Victoria,
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Tills betel bsinj now anil thoroughly finished lUronglio.it is the only firsi
rlass hotel in Ljjiooet, Persons culling nt Lillooet will receive every attention by
stopping at the Hotel Victoria. Qooij stabling in connection with tbo hotel, Head-
quarters (or the Ullooet-Ly tisn stage,
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THE PROSPECTOR.
BY RIC.  A.  FBASSR.
DEFINITION  OF A MINE.
A mine i* not exclusively a work of
nature, Nature prorides raw material
in a metal-hearing deposit mora or less
remote from tiie point of desired use.
Tbe metal it more ar less in mechanical
combinations with minerals tbat it mast
be separated from before it is available.
From thia raw material man and money
build tbe mint. Money, ybl«i> ia the
conserved physical energy of many men,
and man, tbe Intelligent force that plana
and contrive! with money to build in
tbe raw" material tbe structure, which
huilt, ia then a mine, Tbe struggle to
make « short out to wealth through the
discovery of a mine, tbe finding of a
mine, tbe finding of u treasure created
and buried by nature, bas enormously
increased the number of neoplo wbo are
prospecting every where through possible
and even impossible areas for valuable
mineral, These newcomers to tbe industry Are not miners and to tbeir inexperience it seems very simple, The bave
only to find the place where the valuable
mineral indicates its existence. Then ia
foi tune—the fortune tbey have sought—
tbeir own. In realty, they have only
found possible raw material for a mine.
Tbe float that pans gold, the cropplngs
thot eluw mineral, the specimens tbat
give high assays, only indicate where
there may be raw material; tbey are not
surely even tbe beginning of a mine.
Some money and some knowledge must
first bo used to determine if there be even
tbe beginning. Much delay and disappointment cau be avoided by recognition
of this tact, Miners, as a rule, do recognize it; but tbe newcomers, seemingly,
have to be disappointed, not once, but
many times, before comprehending this
fundamental fact. The people who rushed from other avocations than mining to
M. a, EAGLESON,
Proprietor.
_B3X;CELSZO^/   HOUSE.
X3.  _Ti»_L_J_C3*,   PBOE
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vrb* Ber la supplied with the best Wines, Liquors aid Cigars, ,     .—n i
LYTTON STAGE LINE.
Stage leaves Lytton every Tuesday and Saturday morning for Lillooet, returning next day.    Special trips made,
If yen contemplate a trip into Lillooet district, write us for information.
CAMERON ft HURLEY     -:-    Lytton and Lillooet, B I
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M. P. GORDON,
Kamloops, B.C.
Furniture of every description,  Carpets, inoleum, Window Shades, Cornice Poles, ..etc.
Canadian Pacific Navigation Company.
Fltr Alack* ""•■"M™ tOX Skag-wny and Alaska p»int» leave Victoria every Wednesday
"i1   maana.   evening-ami Vnninuverevery Timiailar at 1 p.m.
stumora (or 1M1. Northern 1'oium leave Victoria ami Vancouver woolly,   Regular itoaaicrl
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SK all Hi in,li Columbia polnli.   Particular! on aprtllcatlftj
O, ii. BA.Jtisk.U.P.
Alaska end the Northwest to find fortune in the mines, are those who most
need this knowledge of what a mine really Is, and bow, and what cost it is
made, These well-intentioned people
have devoted tbeir energies to the locating of claims, not to tbe making of mines
or a mine. As a consequence, vast areas
of Und well worth careful prospecting
are practically withdrawn Irom exploration. In some exceptional instances a
surface showing justifies a cash purchase
by a capital) but the tenderfoot locator
does not even make a surface showing,
just however expecting to sell as if it was
s) developed mine, Wbat he should do
first is to open tbe surface either by
cross or longitudinal stripping, breaking
into the solid lode formation at muny
points. Assay many samples and establish tbe surface extent of apparent payable values. Next either tunnel or sink
one or more shafts in the apparent payable surface. These things done there is
then sufficient insight if values continue
underground to invite tbe assistance of
capital in carrying tbe risk of'the further
exploration and opening which may
make tbe mine. All tbis examination
and preparation consumes time and requires labor. In the short season of the
north one or two claims or a single group
is the prospector's ability. Location of
more than tbis is simply time aad energy wasted by scattering. Efforts to find
in any locality tbe raw material for a
mine must be concentrated to be effective and particularly must they be so in
Alaska.—Mining and Scientific Press.
Spectacles for all sold by Clarke & CO.
HfiMJoTS, DRUGGISTS ft OPTICIANS, UUOOKT, P. C,
TO THE  DEAF.
A rich !»dy cured of hor Denfnoss an<J Nolens
In the Head by pr Nicholson's Artificial Kar
Drujns, gave $ 10,000 to bis Institute, so that the
dent people unable to procure the Kar Drums
may have thorn free. Address No. H523 Tho
Nieholnon Institute, 780, Eighth Avenue, Now
York, U.S.A,
J. H. Anthony.
General Mercbant, LYTTON.
Storage and
Forwarding Agent
roa
Lillooet and Bridge River.
Have goods consigned to my care;
railway charges are settled, goods stored
and forwarded with despatch,
BAI LEI-
HOTEL.
Silverthorn Bros. Props.
LYTTON, . . B. C
First-class in every respect.
Choice  Wines,  Liquors
and Cigars. Sample
room   free.
FURNITURE.
A (all stock of all   Mi of
UF-TO-rATE FURNITURE
ii n*w for salt by
H. C. PARKER,
LILLOOET, D. C.
Store and Repair Shop in Uren Block.
Call and ciamint itosk,      Na (rouble to
show goods
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Read The Prospector
$2 a year.
Puring the first few days of this week
an illustration of the quickness of justice
was given, when the suits against the
Toronto-Lillooet Gold Keels company
were disposed off by the county court. Ii
is thought by a few that tlie men might
hare waited a little longer so the company could settle, but the general opinion is that the men did perfectly right to
protect themselves. Some of these tnon
are compelled to remain in town which
is not very pleasant, and if (lie company
Intends to pay why did they not do to
when tbe men were discharged, instead
ot givine a time check for the amount,
which is a hard thing to get money on,
as some of the time checks issued five
months ago and cashed in town, remain
unpaid. The company was aware that
they would he sued and could easily
have prevented the cases going into
court by paying up. They have now appealed, but aa they could not raise the
funds at first it ia not liaely they will
put up the costs for tbe appeal. This is
we hope a lesson to companies hiring
men and tbey will appreciate how long it
takes a sheriff to get in, Ur. Stuart
Henderson deserves great credit for the
manner in which he conducted hit case.
People who live in a district should
do their utmost for it advancement, but
it seems a few in Lillooet are very unconcerned In the matter. If this district
had proper transportation facilities to
the mines, to allow people to go in and
look at them and to take in machinery,
inside of a few months we would have a
bustling mining camp. The mines huve
been proven and wltb roads tbey will
b» opened up. One thing that could
easily he dispensed with is some of the
"knockers."
THE MINES.
Sheriff In Poseegelon.
The men employed at the Toronto-Lillooet
Oold Keels Company's properly on Cayoosh
creek, who were discharged last week, the
company owing them wages averaging frj)in a
few days to three months, placed their case in
lhc hands of Mr. Stuart Henderson of Ashcroft,
The men had time checks signed by thecom-
pany's representative who informed them thnt
a settlement would be made, hut as it appeared doubtful lhe men commenced suit.
Mr, Henderson arrived Sunday evening,
prepared his cases and on Tuesday morning,
county court judge, the Hon. C. F, Cornwall
held a special session, beard the thirty-six
cases, disposing of same in one hour and thirty
minutes, judgment with costs and immediate
execution against the company in every case.
Deputy Sheriff Webb who was in lown took
possession of the company's property, placing
E, Ostrander in charge.
We learn that an appeal has been made by
the company on principally technical grounds.
By next week more definite infoimation will
be learned as to the outcome of the whole affair.
The South Fork.
Prof. A. G. Rifenburg, superintendent
and his Bister Dr. A. B. Willcor, treasurer of the Bridge Biver Hydraulic Mining & Milling company, arrived in Lillooet Tuesday evening on on their way
to the South Fork, where they will spend
the season in connection with the work
of the company. They will remain in
town until tho machinery for the sawmill arrives and will then go along with
it over the trail. The material weighs
about6,000 pounds and has all the necessary saws etc., tor turning out lumber
wholesale for the Bridge river camp.
Mr. B. P. Vance will be in charge.being
an experienced mill man. As soon ae
Prof. Rifenburg arrives ho will put on a
number of men to put the hydraulic
plant, which was taken in last season, in
position for working. As most of the
preliminary work is completed it will be
only a short time until the company are
in full operation and washing the rich
gravel of the Soutli Fork.
Anderson Lake Company.
Wm. E. Brett, manager of the Anderson
Lake Mining & Milling company, came down
from McGillivray creek Saturday evening wi'h
a cleanup from the mill from a few weeks run,
which amounted to $1,700.
Thc mill was started up again and it is expected that a good months run will he made,
during last months run several delays were
made owing to thc machinery. A meeting of
thc shareholders will be held in lhe company's
office next Friday morning.
The Bend'Or Mines.
LOCAL LEGILA7URE.
For alcoholic drinks the people ef the
United States last year paid ♦1.059,563,-
787, or at the rate of $13.79 lor every
man, woman and child. Booze cost thc
people of Canada something like $5.25
per head per annum last year, but in
view of the railway lobbies at Victoria
and Ottawa an increase may be expected in the figures for the current year.
The sessional allowance to the members of the provincial legislature has
been raised from $H00,'to (800, and it now
takes $30,400 to pay them, in addition to
(5,200 allowed for mileage.
No wagon road to Bridge river this
season. Mine-owners and others getting
in machinery will still be compelled lo
pay seven or eight cents a pound for the
jpuckinc,
Arthur F. Noel, superintendent of the Bend'Or Mines, came down Tuesday morning with
the cleanup for the past month, which aver-
ages with former cleanups, $5,000. Mr. Noel
left for Vancouver Wednesday and will relurn
the first of the week on his way to tlie mine.
He reports the Bridge Kiver camp as looking
up and work in all parts as going ahead satisfactorily.
A suit at Nelson will determine a nice point
in mining law, namely as lo whether a surveyor can include in his survey r fraction which
has been previously located, or only such fraction as may be vacant at the time of the making of the survey,
One on the " flec'e.'
In a certain municipality in Xew Zealand tbe settlers were of mixed nationalities, though the Scotch element predominated both in the municipal council and outside.
It was noticed that in nil public work
contracts were awarded !o S-'otchmen
which caused a certain amount ef dissatisfaction among the ratepayers. On one
omission tendeis being culled for thc
lowest tender was signed Angus McGregor and the two bondsmen also hailed according to the names from the land
of the heather. This being the case thc
reeve and'council advertised calling upon
Angus McGregor and the two bondsmen
to appear at the municipal oflice and
siiin Ihe papers.
When the day arrivod three chinamen
turned up to sign the papers. The council protested that tbey were chinamen
and that the successful tenderer was
Scotch, but were politely told that as uo
body but a '" Mac " had any show to get
any public work, Ihey had adopted
tbeir Scotch names, nationality seeming
te be of more importance than economy,
and if the contractors were refused the
work there would be a lawsuit.
The council finding themeelves id a
meai gave away and the Mac monopoly
quit forever.
Victoria, May 9.—The loan bill was in committee all day. The hill has heen amended
lo make Vancouver the starling poinl of the
Coast-Kootcnay line. No aliens arc lo he en-
ployed on the construction, and, in_er.d nf a
percentage of the pross earnings, the province
will receive [wo per cent, of lite amount <-f 1! e ■
subside paid for the first five years, and nfer
tlut three percent. This will not be a first
charge on [he company but will come in after
the working expenses.
An amendment moved 1>y Mr. Tallow, lhat
lhc contract should he made with a road independent of the Canadian Pacific, was defeated
b/ a vole of 30 10 13.
Mr. Smith Curtis moved a vote of want of
confidence on Tuesday on the Loan Bill,
which Mas defeated by a vote of 31 to 4.
Prorogation will likely lake place tlie coming week.
USE FOR WILD HORSES-
There is ono man who is bound to
make it stick in this wild and woolly
west, or know why, says the Colonist.
That man is W. P. Jayne, who has beeu
prominent about the corrider of the legislative assembly during tho session of
the bouse.
Mr. Jayne has evolved in his nind a
scheme whereby to achieve fame and
fortune, while laying his country under
a debt of gratitude by a two-fold service.
This is the scheme, and every cne of
the thirty-eight legislators has heen
forci lo stop and listen v.ith admiration to Ihe brilliance of it: Tho British
remount ollicer who is purchasing
mounts for Kitchener's forces in 8ou'_
Africa, is looking to Canada as a field
where the required horses may be 0!-
tained in good numbers. He is now in
the east, or Boon will, he, and ho ie also
ioing to establish a number of purchat-
ing depols throughout the dominion.
Mr. Jayne, who is well acquainted
with the Canadian minister of militia,
lion. Dr. Borden, .vroto Ihnt gentleman
some time ago and advocated the selling
Up Of   a purcliueilifr   Mop—1 in  tlt.a j'p. r-
ince, as there would be plenty of horseflesh of suitable varieties to be bought
here. Tne minisier has responded, and
Mr. Jayne has his letter to show, that
ne will think thc matter over seriously,
as it appears to be s good thing.
Nuw, Mr. Jayncs knows that in the
wilder and more unsettled portions of
.East Yale and West Lillooet there aro
large bands of wild horses, which, Ti hilc
very fine animals, aro nevertheless a
considerable nuisance to thc tetllers.
His idea ia to obtain ftom the provincial
government a bounty, similar to that
paid for destruction of wolves and pan-
thors, for thercmoval of the wild hoisep.
When he calcheslhe horces.he will ship
them cast to the British army remount
officer at $85 per head, and lhat nnd the
provincial bcuuty will repay a hnnd.
eome profit on the cost of corralling the
whole bunch of wild horses.
To catch the horses, Mr. Jnyne proposes lo employ a number of men, all
mounted, and form a cordon around th*
different bands of horses in their favorite stamping ground'. Choosing some
convenient lake, with which Iho diatrict
abounds, he will give the signal, aud
tho h .iscs will be closed in npon unlil
to save themselves from capture they
will rush into the lake. Thut is just
where Mr, Jayne wishes to get lueir.
lie will keep them thero till they Hie
Sufficiently exhausted to be easily handled, and then shipped 10 lhe remount
officer to be forwarded lo Sonth Africa,
where a season of campaigning wiil
speedily remove all the wildness from
them.
One difficulty in the way is lhat the
provincial acts respecting the granting
of bounty do not provide for catching
wild horses. Panthers and wolves are
paid for, but clearly (he horses cou'd
not be classed with panthers, as it would
be a classification subject to criticism,
The minister of finance has been consulted by lhe gentleman, and he has
promised (0 look into the method ot getting the act bounty for wild horses. Tb»
members of West Yale and West Lillooet
have also been approached and no doubt
lhe worthy gentlemen will welcome the
idea calculated to rid their constituencies of the plague oi nild horses.
Richard P. Rothwell, editor of the
Engineering ami Mining Journal, of
New York, died at his hotho ia lhat city
oi Ar»i! ISl'll,
A soldier of  the  Black Watch, while
passiug a private of the Bushmen, stepped heavily, and perhaps intentionally,
upon the loot of the latter. 1'p B| rang
tho '* Bushie," You stepped on my
foot," he hissed menacingly. " Well,"
said lhe Highlander, apologetically. "I
did ma host tneteapovcr il, but a llielan
mon i« ouly human. I'm nae a kangs.-
rool '' A fierce buttle immediately ensued.
The g.ild production of Ihe province of
Victoria) Australia, for Ihe B.t ini*
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THE PftOHfECTOR, MLLOOET, B.C., SATURDAY, MAY it  1901,
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GENERAL BLACKSMITH! 1
Al HORSESHOEING,
Lillooet, 13. C,
^anufai turer nf all kind of
.MiNLL-? SCPPLpS, PICKS, DRILLS, Bio,
i"\one )n',t th-? best material used. Mtu«r_ nr
prpape tors • nding In ordcrfl will receive
jir-vijiupt attention aud satisfaction guaranteed
J B CHERRY,
J,. B.TEIN. COI.T... ta'W.UI,.
tlAR<;lSTER,   SOLICITOR.  NOTARY  PUBLIC
I.iiiooet. E>. C;
SEATON LAKE
SAWMILL
Lillooot, B. C,
IIlive in stock all kind* of
Pried    Lumber,    Finishing
unibor and MuuliUuus,
All orders will receive
in:.mpt attention. Write for
prices or apply at the yard.
Royal Hotel,
Sucker Creek. B.C.
lfill\ COLLUM,  Prop.
;ral point for iii idge
River Miners and Pros-
pectors. Good accommodation,.     -     -     -   -
Stable in connection.
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Vancouver, !!. 0.
BURTON & BLACKSTONB", "Props.
(luadqiiartcrE  tor  minlug   men.     European
pta.u.
PERSON LAKE MINING &
MILLING CO, LTD.
Notice ta hereby Riven that tbe fc-ead o5fi"*e of
tlio Anderson Lake Mining & Milling Company f
iin- boon iruu&Tcrro-d from Ashcroft to Lillooet,
,T, A. BRETT,
Secretary.
Lillooet, B. C., January 22nd.
The 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, eto.
Th ■ Prospect )r,
Lillooet, B.C,
Canadian
Pacific
and Soo Line.
Shortest and most direct
route to all potnt»
EAST and WEST
Daily service to
St. Paul and Chicago
and all Eastern United States
and Canadian points,
PasHh-ngeris booked to
Alaska,
Australia,
China and Japan,
Trains pub? Jetton ns followst
East Hound, 20,67 West Sound J,IS
I'or rales pamphlets &e, apply tu nearest C,
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MURALO WALL FINISH.
A household necessity rik! a household beautifier—a dry powdw, put up in fire
pound packages, nnd in twenty-fire ueiatiful shades.
When house cleaning be sure and use MURALO and hare soatethisf; for your
worlt,
Easily applied and gron' rub off,    A color card for tht asking.
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McLennan, McFeefy & Co. Ltd.
122 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE
NO. 4 K.-W.-O, BLOCK, NELSON, B, 0.
Hold, BUvMiImiI nm] Copper Mine- wonted at the KXCHANGK.
FUNK MILLINU OOLD  properties wanted nt once lor Emt»r» I«-
viH-orw.
Parties having mining property f„r mie are requested to sond  sample
of Un Ir ore lo the l-XCIIAN-. IK for exhibition,
Wc rjesfre in bear from prospectors who have promising mineralclaims
to Bntinh Columbia.
Prospaotpr* and mlnli g men are requested to tnalso the EXOUANQB
their headquarters when Hi N>'lson,
All sani|ile* ihnu <1 \,et pent hv express PREPAID.
Correspondence solicited,   Address all communications to
ANPREW   P.   KOSENBHBOEB.
Telephone Nn. 101.    P, 0, Bos 700, NKLSON, B. C.
B, 3. COVLK,
A. Q, I" ,A.,
Vancouver, B, C,
THOB. CLARK,
Asont,
Lytton, Vfi.
R, J, ATKIN
Lillooet. B. C.
DEALER IN,
Hardware
Staves
Tinware
Miners Supplies
Farm Implements
Harness & Sftddlory
Furniture, eto,,
All orders promptly attendodto.
Pioneer Drug Store
LIIjLOOIST, _3. C,
ARRIVALS THIS WEEK:
Safety Rarore,
Sat'Uet Perfumes,
Can. Hair Dye,
Tanglefoot Fly Taper,
Fly Poison Pads,
Tar Camphor Moth Balls,
J eyes' Fluid 6GV. Bottles,
Strychnine Xtals,
Hair Curlers,
More Tmeses,
More Perfumery,
More Drugs and Chemicals,
CLARKE & CO.
Home Grown
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Roues,
Shrubs, Vines, liulbs, Hedge Plants,
Seeds,
Extra choice stock of Teach, Apricot, Plum,
Cherry and Prune Trees,    New importation of
first-class Rhodrulepdrens,   Roses,   Cleiuatis,
Hav Trees, Hollies, etc.
80,000 to chose from, No agents nor commission to pay; Orders dug in one (lay you
vq\ It the pent. No fumigating nor inspection
phargejL Greenhouse plants, agricultural implements, fertilizers, bee supplies, etc. karg?
est am} most complete stock in tho province.
Send for catalogue or pall ftpd make your selections before placing your orders,    Address
III, J. HENRY, Vancouver
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Mininq Properties
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Properties Bondeo
Vancouver
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Don't Forget the Ashcroft Tailor
WHEN YOU WANT A NEW SUIT.
I havo jiiHl received direct irom Sostland tho bost soloelioi) ol Tivoails, Worsteds, S«rgfO«
Panting, in the interior.   B&tisf*Qtlori guaranteed,
THOMAS MoCOSH. Morehant Tailor, Ashcroft, B. 0.
The new stage line leaves Lytton every Monday and
Friday for Lillooet, returning next day, Special trips
made.   Write us for information,
Peter Rebagliati ct Co., Lytton  B, 0.
R.F.Anderson$Co
KKV WESTMINSTER, B, 0.
General Hardware,
Paints, Oils and Varnishes,
Stoves, Enameled Iron
and Tinware.
Ulnars Stoel, Picks, Shovels, etc., Wire Cable
and Russcl Wire Fencing.
Inland Cigar Manufacturing Co.
OF B.C., LTD,
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COMPANY.
ASHCROFT, B. C.
Cariboo and Lillooet
Stage Travel
Ollnton and way points, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
All  points in Cariboo, Monday's.
Lillooot direct, Monday and Friday,
Forks of Qiiesiiello,  and way poinle,
Monday.
A special coach, carryi!i)» pgetengerf
and express, will leave Ashcroft lor the
150-Mile House on Friday V, returning
Saturdays.
Special Conveyances Furntibwl.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
I 0,
(LIMITED.)
WFIARFSTRKJET.   ICTOIUA.
TimeTuUe No. M.-T«kiBg Kff-Mt   Mef.  15t!v,
Victoria to Vancouver—Daily Rt l p. m. Vant
couver to Victoria -Daily «t l.lAjt.iu^or nk tw-
vivHi of Hie c.i'.R. No i train.
NEW WESTMft-fSTIR ROUTS.
Leave Victoria for Now Wenhniusler, l«o(ines
Lulu Isliind, ]Muni|i(*r's Pau—Tttesdny ;m>.
FcWay at 7 a.m. Leave Now ^Tostmiimor fw
Victoria and Wny I'orte — Woilucsduy aiul
Siiturduy at 7 p.m
NORTHERN ROUTB.
Bteamglilpi of iiiii compnny  will leave for
Fori   Simpkoi)   mnd   iitlttriD-dliit„   poini.,   tU
Victoria, 1st nnd 15Lli rnt-l-i month at 11 p.hi.
ALASKA ROUTI.
Sli'iuiisliips of ihii roiii'MiHY will leave  #vtry
We tt need flj f*»r Wi-nngel and dk»nway al I p.w.
BARCIM.Y SOUND ROUTB,
Btearoer  louvei     '«(orla   for   A tba ml    iti*t
Sound   ports,  on   llm luiU  nnd 20th ot eaek
motilh, extending  UVUr   n i|-.  tu  (iluaialne
nml <'|i*>_ Bnott.
Thecompmiy reserve* th,e ripht ol olvaoijiim
ilns niiie lul.Ie uiitny lime ivlilioat noiiMeatiou
G. A.CARLiTTON,
O-^iiMtDl l-'r-riirlil AtfeRt.
( . S. It A XT-IK,
General Pc.sscuger Ageat.
| insurance. I
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?*^ To insure your property,     *^
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THE PROSPECTOR.
BV   RIC    A.  FRASER.
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RIVER
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ULLOOET, JB. C.
Watchmaker.
AH work warranted.
The only map giving tlie locations of the mines of this rich
fv-r
'f"»»!
in,
imu.
Everyone interested should have one.    Price
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.
HIS HONOUR the administrator of the
G.vi rnment in Council has been pleased to
make thc following appointment!
aoth April, igoi.
Caspar Phair, of Lillooet, Esquire, S. M.,
to be Gold Commissioner for the Lillooel Min-
ng Division, vice F. Soues, Esquire; such appointment to lake effect «n the 1st day of May
IOOI.
LlLOOET AND BRIDGE BIVEB STOKES.
J. DUNLOP.
GXVJ-TXHttAlLi     IMLXQXIjGXSJlIX'X.
Miners Supplies."
LILLOOET,  _3.::C.
Branch Store at Bridge Biver where a
full stock of General Merchandise and Min
ers Outfits are on hand.
J. Dunlop, General Merchant, Lillooet, B.C
NOTICE.
for
at once.   Address:
The Prospector,
Lillooet, B. C.
1 ■ - n_o_   /__. o*<
inst
_"Orj!!T_of Aislie.Xlil Prius, Oyer and Torml
^ ner and Geaeral'fiaol Delivery will be hold ,
en In the Court House at eleven o'clock lu the
forenoon, at the places and on the dates foi'
lowing, namely:
City ot Nanaimo, on the 23rd day of April
1901.
Cltyof New Westminster, on the 55r<l day of
April, 1901.
City of Nelson, en the 7th day of May 1901.
City of Kevelstoke, on the 7th day of May, 1901.
city of Vernon, on the 15th dayof May, 1901.
City of Kamloops, on the 23rd day of May
i»i,
City of Vancouver, on the 21st day of May
1901.
City of Victoria, on the 28th day of May, 1901.
Town of Clinton, on tho 28th dayof May, 1901.
By Command.
J. D. PRENTICE,
Provincial Socretory.
Provincial Secretary's Office, 20th March, 1901
Half-Way House,
LILLOOET-LYTTON ROAD.
Headquarters for all Stages.
CHARLES MCGILLIVRAY, Proprietor
FURNITURE.
A full stock of all   indi of
UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE
is ne— for sale by
H. C. PARKER,
LILLOOET, B. C.
Store and Repair Shop in Uren Block.
Call and examine stock.     Mo trouble to
show goods
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT, LILLOOET, B. C.
•writs a fall  stock of all kinds of Groceries, Dry   Goods,   Boots   and   Shoes,
Hardware, etc.
MINERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
jpio:__T:e_:E:R. :hot.e;l.
JL.iIIc.oet. _3. C.
FRED. H. NELSON, Proprietor.
Sample   Rtoms   for   Comm-fircial    Travellers
Livery Sjt_ibl_ hi Connection.  Bu,*> meets
(Bttfinnbotr for guests to and from
Asa. 1.-in Lake and Bridge
Kiver poiuta.
Hotel Victoria.
LILLOOET  B. 0'
This hotel beiag new and thoroughly finished 1hro1uho.it is the only first
class liotel in Lillooet. Persons calling at Lillooet will receive every attention by
stopping at the Hotel Victoria. Good stalling in connection with tbe hotel. Head-
qnarters for the Lillooet-Lyttou stage.
9  9
9   9   0     6HARGKS   MODERATE.     to   9   9   O   9   9
M. R. EAGLESON,
Proprietor.
EXCELSIOR    HOUSE,
_3.  _r-_a_kSEl"»,   PEOF.
HLJ-VOBT, B.C.
1 Bar k supplied with the best Wines, Liquors and Cigars. mini
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1 VS^^ttmr ^ih.y
BY TAKING OUT A POICY FROM
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Local    , -it fin the Dominion of Canada Guarantee & Accident
[insurance Company, of Toronto, Ontario.
This is an ideal policy and besides covering accidents takes in eighteen different
lihnoiits.      Don't be without some security for no one can toll when they will meet with
isfort line.   Call and see the agent and get further particulars,
BAILEL
HOTEL.
Silverth rn Br s. Props.
LYTTON, ' - B. C
First-class in every respect.
Choice Wines,   Liquors
and Cigars. Sample
room   free.
TO   THE   DEAF.
A rich Indy cured of hor Deafness and NoIbos
In tlitf 11''ail by Dr Nicholson's Artificial 1'ur
Drums, gave 110,000 to Ins Institute, bo tbat tbe
deaf people unablu to procure tbe Kar Drums
mny hnve tbem free. Address No. 14523 The
NlcbolBon Institute, 780, Kfghth Avenue, New
York. tl.B.A.
J. H. Anthony.
General Merchant, LYTTON.
Storage and
Forwarding- Agent
TOR
Lillooet and Bridge River.
Hav. goods consigned to my care;
railway charges are settled, goods stored
and forwarded with despatch.
Head The Prospector
$2 a year.
Advertise in The Prospector.
LYTTON STAGE LINE.
Stage leaves Lytton every Tuesday and Saturday morning for Lillooet, returning next day.    Special trips made.
If you contemplate a trip into Lillooet district, write us for information.
CAMERON S HURLEY     -:-    Lytton and Lillooet, B C.
m. P. GORDON,
Kamloops, B.C.
Furniture of every description,  Carpets, inoleum, Window Shades, Cornice Poles, etc.
Canadian Pacific Navigation Company.
frtr A laclra Steamer* for 8kagvra.y nnd Alaska paints leave Victoria every Wednesday
UT MldbKa.   oveuing mid Vancouver every -Thursday at 1 p.ra.
Steamers (or B.C. Northern 1'ointH leave Victoria and Vancouver weekly.   Regular lt©l wio rs
■•r nil Britisli Columbia points.   Particulars on application, C. £. liAXTEK, Q, V. .
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Spectacles for all sold by Clarke & CO.
HEMISTS, DRUGGISTS & OPTICIANS,
ULLOOET, Ii. C.
_£______
Incorporated 1896
Established 1884.
McLENNAN, McFEELEF 8c Co,, Ltd.
DAW80N, Y. T» VANCOUVK*, B. O.
Importers and Jobbers of HARDWARE,
Iron, Bt«l, Glass, Paints, Oils Metals, 8Iot»b, Tlmra.ro. (5»ras, 6to,
We make a specialty of supplies for
Mills, Mines, Hlscksmtths, Kullro»<!«, Contmetors, LunlnrBos, et».
Agents for;—     Giant Pow !er C ..
FiiirbankB Soalca
liennoM's Enuli, h i Uso
p% j'crol Tr«wl^u:ark "SITBltf."
Maj<"; c St, pi Tt»»t">fl
Oanion Mining 8tr«l
Bpoomr s t oppctiso /
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M?6*H NEWS.
r..^. p. #e)' ii now engage^ " rni.TOiojpt
fiffffp \>*rard pi Ashcroft cams inon
■i'^^ts jGo^s of Asuciou .was in town this
ffs^JfRll took a trip to die North Fork.
jtjfr. ftpo. jCupimiag, jr., has returned
iftHff'i £***■* 4MI *-'?e^ l0 raT.il'(") M'"8.'
j-jfik,e  M?.)loy  came  down  from the
•JL^fuje jnjn.e haying hurt tie hawl with a
m-. ",.''..
ft. J. Alf.ia   lhe   hardware   o_, left  this
fnein'irtg for a trip into the Bridge river to be
j|.a,ent about a .week.
■Tour A|ij.,e ii.1^1 ,*el' IfftgwN HSSfte*
wa* jn fown ,1/jm jy.ei.-^..
Th.e ,w?ar #n.oJ tear .of 04 cpin j» or.-
culatior; li jBBtinjatcrl .a* fc.ejng } p/pr.eenj..
A. Sydney Additon late chepjisf at thp
Ample ni ill le'tjovyu tjijs fuprninn, fof
J?.ori)a».o*..	
Jlev. Mr: ff'toW/ f'.-'P.aJ?y.t.ei'i»«r B??P?S--
t.er at Cii.ntpn field WW in tbo M,et.hP.-
dist churph Thursday Pyening.
^•'rfl. "Holden agent for the Feleral
fyfp fpfurance coinpany was in Lillooet
f/)js jj,e.«|f doing business.
^(orning service wi 1 be held in the Churili
fit pr/gland  by  Yen.   Archdeacon  Small on
SnjfJWi ''?e !?*■!?• at " o'0'00''.-
Wm. Young has been in town tjiepast
jjepk an.il made a trip to Anderson lake,
jgQking at some mining properly.
(j.II.pawson a surveyor from Vancou-
^rpf left for the Lorne mines this week
)*lipre) wi(l remain for a couple of weeks.
A Rarly of American hunters left the
first pf the week for Bridge river after
jijg game anil will be absent eeveral
jyeeks.	
SBwq pf (.he young children of Mr. and
3>irB. .John Marshall have been very ill
fhp past few days, but are now on the
!<)end. .	
.Sir Wilfrid Laurier has made lhc important
announcement that hereafter subsidies would
jie Riven only to railways who guaranteed im-
piediate construction.
Henry Cargile and Arthur Haddock of
Ashcroft aniyed Wednesday and have
gi.p.e for a few weeks prospecting trip to
the Nprtn Irork section.
Fred. 0. Richardson and 0, M. Glenn
]ttf\ (.he first of the week for Cadwallader
(fiiers; fcbey will remain during the sea-
ion on their properties and prospecting.
Stuart Henderson, barrister, F. Webb,
deputy sheriff, of Ashcroft, left by special
rig for home Friday morning, after finishing their business in town far the time
peing.	
When IhingB don't g» to suit yon, take
your advertisement out of the local pap-
pr, borrow the other fellow's paper, prepare a tombstone, and pick your choice
pf a burial grqiind.—Lafdean Eagle.
The resjdenta of tbe oast end of town
have cleaned the sagebrush and stones
pf the mai» thoroughfare, and; it iB hop-
pd the government will gravel a portion
which is very bad in tbe fall and spring.
A notice has been ppsted up calling for tenders for putting ncw rustic etc., on the Church
pf England. The time, lor receiving tenders
will expire Monday evening. This improvement will add greatly to the appearance of
the church.        '	
County court was held on Monday and
a number of debt cases were disposed off.
.In tbe afternoon an Indian named Dan,
tdected the speedy trials, and was sentenced to three tflo.ntha, the charge being
perjury.	
Smith Curtis, M. P. P., has succeeded
in having an " old age" clause embodied
in the amended revenue tax law of the
province. Under this clause a man is
pxempt Irom revenue tax when he
reaches 60 years of age unless his income
exceeds $1,000 per annum.
W. j****. Brown ha." the machinery, pipe
etc., for the hydraulic pjanton tjipcomr
pany's ground on the fc'prth Fork, |iay.-
ing experienced considerable trpubjp in
getting it oyer Die trail,
An Ottawa despatch) says lhat it is reported
lhat tbe branch of trie "Rflyal mint, >yhich (he
government intends establishing in Canada,
will he located in Oltawa.
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R. _ W. Ot.'MMINU, MfB«,     <.)
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pAVn-ION', R. C, s
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$)*e#e»i(W¥^W
Tho record lor high prices for oil land,
if reports are true, ia with the Beaumqii!
rjejd in Texas. One acre SOO fept from a
gusher is said to nayo Bold for $25,000
spot cash.	
Cut Worms.
The fo'lowing excerpt from a letter
from Dr. Fletcher, dominion entomolor
gist, to Mr. J. K. Anderson, deputy minister of agriculture, regarding the cut
worm, will be read with interest. The
larvae alluded to by Dr. Fletcher were
sent in to tbe department of agriculture
at different times during the spring by
peoRle who were under appeehension
that another invasion of the cut worm
plague was imminent. Bj1 way pi ex?
planation, cut worm of last season is called Peridroma SJaucia. Dr. Fletcher
Bays:
" Nqw aa to Saucia. None of the larvae you sent are Saucia, and only ope ol
these is a cutworm at all. The large
brown grubs are Tipnla larvae, the same
as I reported to you in my last letter.
The pontents of the bottle are a» fpHows:
Three large Tipujjs. one large cut worm,
two wire worms, one "perdaceous dipterous 'arva, one bibio pupae and two larvae. These are the same as I hava received Beveral samples pf frpna British
Columbia this cpring, and I am under
tho impression tbat most of the reports
of cut worms were of these larvae, wbicb
luckily are quite harmless and will not
be much observed after thia as they are
now turning to pupae. I think if you
will read my article carefvlly as to Saucia
you will find the life history accurately
outlined, i think thera is every probability that many of the young jaryae
past tbe winter half grown. What tbe
farmers want to know is when to be on
the lookout for these cut worm';, and thc
answer is now, to get their supply of
Paris green on hand and to be prepared
to use it on the first appearance ot these
or any other cut worm. But let them
be sure that tluy are cut worms, and
they are actually, attacking crop?, because much expense and labor is some-
limes gono to when farmers jump to
conclusions and apply remedies which
are not suitable to the infects doing the
injury.
JAS, B, .....
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING
AND HORSESHOEING,
Lillooet, B. d
Manufacturer pf all kind ol
MINER'S 8WTLIES, PICES. DRILU Etc.
Nona but tlie best uiA-terial i.:scJ. Miner* pr
prospector-a peqdlpg in prd-firs will ljaceire
prompt attention $nd j(at|*flfuctiQn -g-dgra-q-fc-aed
Half-Way JJouse,,
LILLO'JET-.LYTTpH }<OAD.
Headquarters for all Stages/.
CHARLES McGILLIVRAY, Proprietor.
and Sop Una,
"Shortpst -ji-4 most 4i?PPt
FQUttj to alf points-
mm fl»a WEST
Daily sej-yipe to
St, Pjml and -tjhicftgp
an4 fill Eastern Uiijtcd States?
an4 OanarJian ppjiits.
Pas8onger-5 booked to
Alaska,
Australia,
jDhina and Japan,
TrainB pass Lytfon as foliowa;
Kail Bound, J0.67 >VeBt BquuS *.2S
J'or rales parnph]et» &c. apply to neafest ,C.
V.  f': Agent,
K. J. PQfLB, THOU. CLARK,
h. tl. r .*., Agtiat,
Vancouvur. B. C. Ljttqn. JJ.C.
MURALO WALL FINISH.
't^mw'mx^^mxm. wmmim(%me#m
Al housefco^J np^.essjty ap^ a frouspjj-plcj t?efulifier—a faf p6W$myt pH. MP ffl flTt
poynd pacJfageSj and in t*yyenty-fi.*fe beaatj/uij s|).a,dfi5;
Wjien housGfJeaning lie sur? np.d use &fUR^L.Q aqd Jia** lo»t<J|>PJIf for youf
work
fasjiy applied antl -yyP.n'  rid) .off,    A color card for the jukinu,
*Z as W9 p.* ew 9* \\
ASeLeiinan, McFeefy <& Co. Ltd.
122 Cordova Street, Vancouver, I, 0,
THE PROSPECTORS* EXCHANGE
KO. 4 K.-W.-P. PLOCK, IfELSON, p.. C,
Ogld, SilyprT/eaii ap<l Copper Mjnas wan tail at tho KXCUANQB,
FREE MILLINQ GOLD  properties' wanted a\ qpee for Jtaat-arn Jq=
yt'fllnrs.
Parties liaying mining property for sale aro requested ^o aepd  eaople
pf thiif ore to thu LXPIIAKOK for exliitijtion.
-»y,e (lesire to hear froii) prqspectora wiio haye pi-omisingniiHeralplairaD
in British Columbia.
Prospectors and minirg men arc reqnnsted to make the JS3fOHA*ffSiB
thejf headquarters when in Nelson,
All saniplen Bhouid be tent hy e^presB PREPAID.
Dorrespondeuce solicited.   Address all communications tq
ANDREW   F-   ROSSNBB]*ta_»,
Telephone No. 104.   V. O. Pox 700.   ' NELSOM, B. 0,
cr. GXjATbiz:^
LILLOOET, B. G.
All work warranted.
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S Ol-'FICE.
R? J, ATKIN
tjllopst. B. C.
DEALER IS,
Hardware
gtovea
Tinware
Miners Supplios
Farm Implements
Harness & Saddlery
Furniture, etc..
All orders promptly attendedta.
THE WM. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING 60, United
MINING
MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH, 0KTARIQ,
OJlISTJlXSJl,
he administrator of thr | I) , ,r,. t     }T/>-fr>1
u^'f^'*R0Til HOtCl,
rti-lt K    A im-i'1      lrV\( **
Sucker Creek, B.C.
BRIDGE RIVER
TRAVELERS!!
HIS HONOUR thc
Government in Council
make thc following appointment
20tl) April, 1901
Caspar Phair, of Lillooet, Esquire, S. M.,
to be Gold Commissioner for \\\e Lillooet Mining Division, vice F. Soues, Ksquire; such appointment to lake effect on the 1st (lay of May
1901.
NOTICE.
Last Saturday the city of Jacksonville, Fla.,
was devastated by fire. Thc'fire which broke
■put at noon was aided in its work by a lOUth*
west gale, spent its force by nine o'clock at
night, but the damage is enormous. One
hundred fnd forty-eight blocks were swept by
the flames, and as far as known a dozen lives
are lost.
An old Scotob lady who could not
nbide long sermons WAS hobbling out ot
ktrk ono Sunday, when a coachmaa, who
wae waiting for his people, asked her:
V \% the minister dune wi' his ee*inony.M
1' He wai dune lang syne," said the old
lady impatiently, "but he winnft etop."
Brett  Ranch,
First-cJass accommodation for thc
traveling public. When going to
•*nd from the mines make the Brett
Ranch for a stopping place. The
best meal and bed 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. H. BRETT,     -     -    -     Proprietor.
D0UGAL HOUSE
Vancouver, B. O.
BURTON A BLACK8TONE, P-ropf.
(-OUKTSof Ansiso.Nlrri Prim, Oyer ami Ternii
^ nnr nnd General Gaol Delivery will bo hold
en In the Court House at eleven q'clock In the
forenoon, at the places and ou the dates InV
lowing, namely:
City ol Nanaimo, on the 23rd day of April
1901.
City of New IVustnilnster, on tho 2Srd dayof
April, 1901,
City of rjelson, en the 7tk day ot May 1901.
City of Iteveletoke, on the 7th day of Stay, 1901.
City ot Vernon, on the 15th day of May, 1901,
City of It^mloops, on the 23rd day ot May
1901. '
City of Vancouver, on tbe 21et day of May
1901.
City of Victoria, on the 28th day of May, 1901.
Town of Clinton, on tho 28th dayof May, 1901.
rjy Command.
3. D. PltKNTTCS,
rrovlnt'ial Secretary.
FrOTinclal Secretary's Office, 20th Viurh, HW1
IOIIN COLLUM,   Trap.
Central point for Bridgo
Kiver Miners and Prospectors. Good accoin-
modation.     -     r     -.    -
Stable in connection.
J B CHERRY,
4. B.TRI9. COU... DUBLIlf.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, NOTARY PUBLIC
Llll.ioet. U, CI
Headquarters for mining   men.
plan.
European
James Renfrew a <_usin of Mr. and Mrs.
""tV. Cumming of Lillooet. died at Leadviilc,
{Colorado, oil March 30th,Jas a. resuU of an op.
eration for appendicitis. The deceased was
born at Blackstone near Paisjey, Scotland,
and r?as 41 Tcars °*- a6e- ' ^e carne to America
about twelve years ago. During the summer
pf 1898 he prospected lhe llritlge River and
l'avilion sections of the Lillooet ^strict.
Tbfi weather tbia spring hai been very
fold and no wrtrru weather an yet. There
1.9 every indication for high water aud
a long the lower Fraser the farmer" and
pthcri will Mperienr* lioublc tith the
water. All through tie upper country
jlie mountains are covered wilh snow,
none having tm lied «» yet nnd v^'en the
warm w«-ather does conmience ^l wid
ean^e therivtre and sUenn.s lo ii e very
Pioneer Drug Store
LILIOOEIT, B- O,
ARRIVALS THIS WEEK:
Safety Razon,
Sachet Perfumea.
Can. Hair Dye,
"Tanglefoot Fly Paper,
jfly Poison Pads,
Tar Camphor Moth Balto,
^eyea' Fluid 50c. Bo.ttlaa,
Stryc^ni.ae Xtala,
Hair Curlers,
More Truesea,
M'jre Perfumery.
More Drugs and Chemicals.
CLARKE & CO.
The Prospector is the
best advertising medium in this section.
Have your ad. in at
once.
A l^rge 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.
Home Grown
Fruit antl Ornamentdl Trees, Roitfs,
Shrubs, Vines, Uulbs, Hedge Plants,
Seeds,
Extra choice stock of Peach, Apricot, Plum,
Cherry and Prune Trees. New importation oi
first-class Rhododendrens, Hoses, Clematis,
Bav Trees, Iiullies, etc.
80,000 to chose from. No agents nor commission to pay: Orders dug in one iby you
get it tlie next. No fumigating nor inspection
phstrgcx. Greenhouse plants, agricultural im-
elements, fertilisers, 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 LAIIOR ONLY.
J, M, Mackinnon
Mininq Properties
Handed
Properties Bonded
Vancouver B, 6<
Don't Forget the Ashcroft Tailor
WHEN YOU WANT A NEW SUIT,
I hiiye just rc:;oivcil direct from R^ellancl the bast sal»clio:i At Twftdil,, Worsteds, S*_«|
Pantings In tue Interior.   BAtiufitctiqn KimrtintBml.
THOMAS MoCOSH, Murchnnt Tsllor, Ashcrolt, B. C.
The now stago lino leaves Lytton every Monday aud
Friday for Lillooet, returning next day. Spaeial trip*
made,    Write us for information,
Fetor Rebagliati & Co., Lytt»n B, C.
Advertise in The Prospector.
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Faints, Oils and Varnishes,
Stpyes, Enameled Iron
and Tinware.
Miners Steel, ricks. Shovels, at?., Wire Cubic
and Ruitol Vt'iro Fcnclnc.
Inland Cigar Manufacturing Co.
OF B.C., LTD,
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INTERIOR
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KAMIOOPS, B CJ-
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
COMPANY.
ASHCROFT, B. C,
Carib-prO and LiHooet
Stage Travel
Clintnn  ami  wny roints,  JMontlay,
Wcilnenluy and Friday.
AH  points in Unribuo, Monday's.
Lillooet direct, Monday and Friday,
Korke olQ'iesntlle, and way points,
Monday..
A B|>«('ial coach, dairying puesenjfers
nnd oxpreM, will leave Ashcrolt for the
l.-iO-Milo Hi.-niie on Friday's, returning
Satin day*.
8r*f'al Coi/vrTanCct FuroHl.ed.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
NAVIGATION 9,
(LIMITED.)
WHARF 6T1EIT.  I«T*KU.
TimoTr.tle No. (4.—T»klaf *B«I K«T. IMBi
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Vlclprlii to Vnncotiver-Dsllr at 1 ». m. T»a-
conver to Victoria -Unllj at l.lift.u., ar aa a**
rivntof llieC.I'.R. No 1 trsla.
NEW WKST.MINSTM ROrTl.
Laare Vi<:ioriH fur New Westnlnster, Laaaaa,
I.ulu Island, riumpnr's Taas—Taesitnj aaa)
Friilii/ ul 7 ti.in. l.eavu New Wesmlasler far
\'ictoiin unit rt'uy Torts —Trcdaasda; aa4
SaturdaT tvi 1 p.in
WOUTH.EUN EODT».
Bteanishipiol nils eorapaar will lasra f««
Fort  Blmpson  and  lnleriaa«liaSa  p»I»is, rift
Victoria, lit nnd i.': ti men wnath at 11 ,.sa.
ALASKA HOUTB.
Htenmslili^ of this eomnflay will ItaTa -araBf*
Wcdneada, for Vfranftl and Skasrwar at I a.as.
HAHCLAY BOUMD BODTE.
Bleamer lcavoi     'morla   far   Alkaral   aaa)
Hound   |,ort«.  on   thc Uik  naa MiU ol aaak
month,  extending  latter   Irljs  ta   Qaalaina
mid t'Hi'O Bcott,
The comprtiiy reserves the rlakt ai ekaaflasj
tblstlUl table aluny lime \tithoat aatllsaltao
S. A.CARLaTOR,
eleuaralTralfhl A seat
c. B. liAXTia,
Cenc:el rasaa&s;ar Ag.at,
Insurance, I
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?J> To insure your life,
^ To insure yonr property,
"^ To insure ajj^insl accident.
.*. Call on
&      Rio. A. Fraser
3> Lillooet, U. C.
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