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 Positively last appearance of
THE
D
ROSPECTOR
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VOL. 7, NO. 50
LILLOOET, B. C,   DEC.   7, !905
$i PER ANFIUM
Full line of Xmas groceries
at Phair's. Candies, Comic
Post Cards, BQy's Books, etc.
LOCAL_
I). Fraser, once proprietor of
the Excelsior Hotel, and a lucky
partner in the Excelsior Claim
at the time of tbe Golden Cache
excitement, left for the Coast last
week.
J. Kuigbt, who has been working on the dredge,'tins gone to
Toronto. -.
W. Ilaylwiore is still pushing
ahead with the tunnel* on liis
lease, on Cayoosh .Creek, above
the Enterprise, where he bas been
working some monlhs, and ey
pects to strike a rich pay streak
any day.
E. Santini is out of the hospital in Vancouver now, and will
return home in a few days, his
injuries having sufficiently recovered.
A. Minty is recuperating marvellously, witli his dislocation —
antl has begun to eat quite heartily .again.
A. hartley bad a liorse stolen
last week.
The skating rink is now ready
Ior the cold weather.   Mr. Mc-
Farbxne allows the waste from
*    _ *
onr admirable water system to
be turned on to it, which will insure good ice all winter.
The hunting season is over,
and a very successful one it has
been for Lillooet, about 14 parties goi|ig out, bringing in about
30 fine specimens of mountain
aheepjl-ettkles .goats, caribou and
beaiv -/
l.tilletin No. 17 says Lillooet is
the place for Bighorn, and by the
past record they are not far Out.
Chas. llowden, who bus heen
away from Lillooet a number of
years, returned from Atlin, and
is now trying hi** luck on the
** • illooet Atlin," the inoutli of
{i id L*e River.
attains in Dry Goods,—
bloW- Fludebka - 12$c
"nglisL Print, - 10c.
otoiMies   -   - \Z_o
ki rchifcta half price
A big fall of snow is reported
from the upper country, which
will be a good thing for both
miners and ranchers.
J. Marshall bas been grindiug
a lot of wheat lately, and is pi'o-
dii'^ng better flour this year ou
neiffunt of the wheat being sot
gop.ii. lie also gives a good
yield.    .'
The cold snap is over, —snow
all gone.
All householders should attend
tbe school meeting on 11 tb Jan.
It will be very important and interesting.
C. k PHAIR
See Our
argains
in
Xmas
s.
C. A. PMAIR
J. Dunlop, - Lillooet.
a-sisr~Ki~E^^xJ
-D~E1AJL-~B~.~R,  LIST
HiNHRS' SUPPLIES,
Furs, Baskets, &   Curios.
AGENT for M. J. HENRY'S
("Some-grown or Importsd
NURSERY STOCK.
REBA(~LTATI
GO via   LVTTQ-S
Leaves
Railway at Lvtton
Mondavi-, Tueedaus l?i!(J.i>_, N.iiurdayp,
at 7 a. in.    One hour al noon at   Half-way   House,
Reach Lillooet 5 p. m. 47 miles of Glorious Scenery along the Fiaser River.
Returning Tuesdays, Wednesday?, Saturdays & Sundaya.
Spcd.il Trips uia.ie by arrangement.
P. REBAGLIATI & Co.
LYTTON.
Yen. Archdeacon Ismail will be
here for morning and evening
service next Sunday.
II. Seroy is in town, after a
summer's prospecting, on McGillivray Creek and Blaekwater
and reports some rich strikes.
W. G. C. Manson exp(*.ts to
leave for Vancouver in a few
days to arrange for the construction of a steamer to be put ou
Quesnelle 'I.ake by some rich Americans, who intend using it for
limiting nud exploring the lake.
COME  by  LYTTON
SHIP by LYTTO?-.
Mr.  Reed expects Mrs. Reed
buck in a few days.
There was sKutingon the river
the past weeK, and au a result of
wealing at night one young lady
has a badly sprained aiiKle.
The scholars are practicing for
a School Concert, for Christum...
closing exweisea.
McDonald and McGillivray, Ltd.
Clinton  B. C.
IMPORTERS OF
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General   Merchandise.
Clarke & Co.
CHEMISTS and DRUGGISTS,
Lillooft,   15. C.
Prompt attention to  letter  orders.
WHEN   ARTICLES   ARE TO   BE SENT BY MAIL,
PLEASE SEND MONEY L-OR POSTAGE. The Prospector.
Paul Santini,
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GENERAL MERCHANT,
LILLOOKT.
EVERYTHING for MINERS
SIDNEY WILLIAMS,
_P_E?-0"V"I_ETCIA.T.
TjJ-.2-T-_2>   SUEVBYOB,
QUESNELLE, B. C.
I unite a trip through  Lillooot DlBtllOt
every summer.
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A GOOD ORGAN
for $5.oo
and $5 per month.
Enquire at Drug .Store.
A. G. REBAGLIATI
Cumming,
General Store,
Agent I'or the li. X.,
Miners   Supplies,
Sic.   Lillooet,
Drop in
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LYTTON,
GENERAL MERCHANT.
It Isn't
AK EASTMAN
It Isn't
A KODAK!
CATALOG
ASK FOR
U"_H~
At   Smith   Bros'
Kamloops and Vernon
BOOKSTORE
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given lhat sixty days after
dale 1 intend to apply to the Chief Oommiss
ioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase 40 acres of meadow land described
as follows, 'seven miles from Alkali Lake ;
Long Johnnie's Ind x Kes. Commencing
at a posi marked Ind x Kes N W corner,
thence north 20 chains, thence west 20 chains,
ihence soulh 20 chains, thence east 20 chains.
Alkali Lake, JOHN HANES.
Oct. 6th, '05.
NOTICE
Nolice is hereby given that 30 days after
date 1 intend to apply to ihe Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission
to lease 480 acres of pasturage land starling
at a post half mile from the month of Little
Oluirn Creek, ihence south 120 chains thence
wesl 40 chains ihence north 120 chains thence
east 40 chains to point of commencement.
JAMES A. McLEAN.
Empire Valley, Oct. 30, 1000.
NOTICE.
I hereby give "otlce that sixty dayMfte:
[date I intend to apply to the HonoutabjS the
Ml
^   MINING   NOTES.   ^
^^^^^^^»
A couple of Vancouver Engineers came up the Fraser River
in a canoe a couple of weeks ago
in quest of gold, but returnee] to
Lyttou by stage. They intend
coining up in tlie spring, to try
Bridge Uiver for placer. There
wns a.report that the Fraser was
to be very low this fall, and a,
good many people, mostly from
Seattle, came up to see if they
could not scoop"up the gold in
the bottom of the river, but the
river had not quite dried up, and
most of them returned home,
sadly disappointed. The river
has dropped quite a bit lately,
and the spring mny see some
rich pocket's struck, as that is
the best time to reach them, by
going out on the ice with long-
handled shovels, as the Indians
did a few years ago, when some
of them mnde as high as f 33 a
day.
Chief Commissioner of Lands ami w°rhJ to*
permission to purchase forty acres of>™.ure
land, more or less, starling from lhe southwest
corner post of Lot Soo, Lillooel District ,--
thence west 20 chains, ihence north 20 chains,
th_r.ee east 20 chains, thence soulh 20 chains
to point of commencement.
ALAN S. WATSON,
...  it  t 5.
HENRY'S    NURSERIES.
EXTRA LARUE STOCK OF
HOME    O^OWlsT
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, FOR FALL
PLANTING. LARGE S10CK OF HOME GROWN
AND IMPORTED BUI 1)S.
SHRUBS, ROSES, RHODODENDRONS, SMALL FRUIT, GREENHOUSE AND
HARDY FLOWERING PLANTS. GARDEN', FIELD,
AND FLOWER SEEMS IN SKASON. CUT FLOWERS
AND DESIGNS FOR BALLS; WEDDINGS, CHURCH
DECORATIONS. AND FUNERALS. FERTILIZERS
AND BEE SUPPLIES.   ffi@~    CATALOGUE FREE.
I have appointed  Mr.  John   Dunlop,
to accept Local Orders.
JML. xf_   IB!   ^   N"   ~^j   ^T
3010 WESTMINSTER   ROAD,
■VA.IsrCOXJ'V-EI^ -B. c_
A meeting of the Board of Licence
Commissioners for the West Lillooet Licence District will he held at the Couit
House, Lillooet, on Friday, the 15th day
of December next, at 10 a. m. taeotitid-
i.-r the following applications for renewal of Licence-,—
Mark K. E. gleson, Victoria Hotel,
Renewal.
George Hurley,     Excelsior Hotel,
Renewal,
The dredge has started un and
is uow in excellent shnpe to go
ahead, tis thorough repairs have
been made hy ManagerSel.ilt-Cl-.er,
'Lhey have been taking out from
60 to 100 ounces ot gold a week
and the bar they are working on
is becoming richer as thvy go in
ou it. If a. Mr. Schlecker hud
been at the head of things from
the start, dredging on the Fraser would have been a different
story.
A Meeting of the Board of Licence
Uouimissione.a will he held in the Court
Hotibe at, Clinton on the 15th<luyof Dec
einlier, 1905, et 10 o'clock in the forenoon, fo coic-i-ler the following applications for Liquor Licence-, viz.—
Colin F. McDonald of 12-Mi!e House
George Harily of Hat Creek
Mrs. Rob. FtfigiiHon of 20-Mile House
Mark R. E.iglu.ou     of Clinton
Robt A. Walker of     59-Mile House
D A Stodilar. of     811-Mile Hou_e
Stephen.on Broft of Bridye Creek
Thoe B Mortimer of 121-Mile lluttle
Joe. S. Face of DogCieck
Messrs. Hnbb, Walker and Ferguson have everything ready for
mining on tl large scale next season. They made a few runs this
fall nnd the proposition looks
very promising.
Indians are beginning Jto bring
in ti litlle gold.
The Vancouver Enterprise iH
two or three men shorter  tlijlj
week, having reduced the work-/
ing force recently.   Two of i\j
men left for Lytton ow W«_~j
day's stage.
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