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Vol. 3, No 4^^
LILLOOET, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1901
$2.00 a year
LILLOOET Wit U;UOJS ItlVKl. STORES.
J. DUNLOP.
Miners Supplies.
_SX-Jl*EiOO*Ja3*r, •B.'C.
Branch Store at Bridge Eiver where a
full stock of General Merchandise and Min
ers Outfits are on hand,
J. Dunlop, Genr-r-d Merchant, Lillooet, B.C
D_ 911    CI *z ity. _- 5 *_ I
GENERAL MiL^'HANT, J.ILLOOET, B. 0.
a  (Nil  Block of till I ii  Ir of G o p-h-a,  O.y   (
-it - * ■' v; .* r*», »fc,
MINERS' OUTFITS A .7r ECIALTY.-<
Garrioi a  (ail  .lock ol all tiilr of (J o-fi.-a,  O.y   G.olx,   Riots   and   -Shots,
III ti.'w.-rf, v\r.
&&<3jX&1E3R   HOT.B1L.
LUIwoet. 13. C*
FRtJD. H. KELSON, Proprietor.
tMnvl.    K* n'M   tor    (*<•>,_•> nt'clnl    Trf. vcllars
;.!,-'• y \- p'im rnv-fiafttn-n.   !iiH |;9QM
|t_«»*ftnl f*r yitMt? tn ami irom
_A*"*«is't-fl Ltlu anrt ;*t.*irtje
Aiv«r f-.miiLft,
THE PROSPECTOR.
ay the prospector PUBLISHING company.
Aa The 1'bospctor lias changed hands
during tlie past week, tlie new owners
solicit the patronage and support of thc
citizens of Lillooet and of Ullooet district. We hope to make several neces-
■ary improvements, which will take a
fen weeks time, but we shall leave the
public to form their mi judgments in
that matter from succ-eding issues of
the paper. We Irate takeu hold of tin-
paper at >. personal disadvantage btr as
we consider that in a district which
gives 1-0 much promise as tiiat of West
Lillooet a paper it an absolute necessity
and tbat if the present paper were to be
closed down, the verdict of outside capital would be tbat we had lout faith in
Lillooet, a most erroneous verdict, we
consider that, if we do our beet to publish a reasonably good paper, letting
outsiders know tbat there is such a place
as Lillooet we are deserving ol thehearty
support 'rom everyone here.
The Prospector under its present
management will be independent in
politics, will not be afraid to say what it
thinke, will strive to be as impersonal
as possible, and will above all do its turn oet for the advancement of tbe interests of Lillooet district. Wo ask tor the
continued support of presen: advertisers
and subscribers purelv as a business
proposition, considering that such support in warranted by the presence of a
weekly paper in the district.
Hotel Victoria
XjXiiXodsrr ns. e»
_Ms hotel b»!„< new ami ihflrin^W? U'li'Tad lhrcllSbo.lt ia the only fint
«!••■ h»tnl in Lillooet, Pere u< lulling al Lillooet trill receive every attention by
Ftuppiag at tbe Hotel Victoria, (l--.ii! > tabling In connection with tbe hotel. Head-
•jutvrlws (er lhe Liiimel-T.ylton stage,
©  <s   Si  <s   i*  0    cu.\k '.r:,j   MoraitATif.    9  o  e  e  •  •
Tbe citizena of Oayoosh creek are agitating for a school on the creek. A
school ia much needed in lhat section
ia the walk to the Lillooet school is altogether too great for small children,
It is to be hoped that the government
sees fit to grant the application.
U.R. KAGJ.ESO^
Proprietor.
XiiyiG'xnxjszox^  _e_:oxjs_3.
13.   _T_3,'__3_D_a,    PBOP.
'W.i.wfrr,       - ... ». 0.
Ibe Bar m "ipplit.l witla tie bn:      ava, L;*>u»r3 and Cigars. -
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LYTTON STAGE LINE.
Stage laaros Lytton every Tuesda\- and Saturday morn-
*  aig f»r Lillooet, ftturiuuf; next day.    Special trips made.
if yen sontemplate a trip Into Lillooet distiict, writ tins for informatioa.
§AMERQN& HURLEY
r-rvi-i.-.
Lytton and Lillooet, B L.
: a__ ssasa
 Bridge River Travel;
Steamier leaves llici Mill tvhai-f every morning (except
Suiidny) at (J a. ni., for Imkt* point"?.
Returning; leaves tli-b Mission at 2 p.m.
For information «-ojn corn ing rates, special trips Ac.,
writ* tlit: company or cull at, the Mill wharf.
Seaton Lake Steamboat Company.
'.'. . M.  P. GORDON,
Kan-loons, B.C.
FnrnitKr« of efery <!<'F(-ri!'?iini,  Carpets,  inoleum,  Window Sli;-.'ltj, Co.Slc'e P6loi, etc.
SubscrsLo for The Prospector.
TQ   THE   DEAF.
A rich Uriy cured of her Deafness and Noi.ca
In tlis Heart hy Dr Nicholson's Artificial Ear
Drums, gave |10,000 to his institute, so thut tbe
dent people unable to procure the Km Drums
mar have thein free. Address No. 14538 Tbe
Nicholson Institute, 780, ttighth Avenue, New
York, i  B.A.
J. H. Anthony.
General Merchant, LYTTON.
Storage and
Forwarding- Agsnt
FOB
Lillooet and Bridge River.
Have goods consigned to my cure;
railway charges are eettleri, goods 6iored
ami forwarded with despatch.
BAILEY
HOTEL.
Silverthorn Bros. Props.
LYTTON, - - B. C
First-clan in every respect.
Choice Wineg,  Liquors
aad Cigars.  Sample
ro«m   free.
FURNITURE.
A tall sUekofsll   tab of
UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE
is n—» fct sale Vt
H. C. PARKER,
LILLOOET, B. C.
Store aerl Repair Shop in Uren Blosk.
Call anil examine  stock.      No trouble te
show goods
REPAIRING A SPICIALTY.
Road Thc Prospector
$5 a year.
\V« rmljiisii in another column the :e-
port of the engineer who was Bent by
some enterprising citizens of Ashe oft to
report on the propued ne* route front
Ashcroft to Lillooet via tlie Fountain.
In this report it will he noticed that
tlie roatl would he lil! miles in length,a
shorteuining of a totii 30 mileson the
preeent road to Ashcroft. Tlie report
also atateB that the grades are easy.
While not wishing to discourage thc
gentlemen in Ashcroft at all from epend-
iiii any amount of private funds they
please, we do not think that the government has any right to he asked to huiid
ihis road. Graining that lhe route is
practicable, a statement which many
rfho are thoroughly acquainted «ith the
country unhesitatingly repudiate, a
third road is entirely unnecessary. Undoubtedly the crying need of Britith
Columbia it* wagon roads, hut il ie ridiculous to talk ol a large amount of money
being spent on another roailintnLilluoei
when into such s promising district as
Iiridge River there is only a trail. One
thousand dollars spent on a wagon road
to Bridge River would he worth more tn
Lillooet and Indirectly to Ashcroft, than
twenty thousand on the proposed roatl.
Wo do not think for a moment thai
the scheme will ever amount to anything more than it is at present, a harebrained hallucination of some people
who consider Ashcroft the hub of the
universe. One thing is sure that no
support will ever be derived from Lillooet. If there is to be a new road in
this district it must be to Bridge  liver.
C. P. R. Trackman Strike.
The strike of trackman ami bridne-
men over the entire Canadian Pacific
svstem is to go into effect on Mondty.
This news was received in the city late
laBt evening, as the sequel lo the conference which was held in Montreal all
day yesterday between the members of
the grievance committee and President
Shaughnessy ami General Manager Me-
Nicol.   Toe strike   has   been  expected
lor efv.-rnl d«*a.     Tuo   ,11..,.„...■ '.. ..-
ring really in tbe east, hui the men on
the western divisions air1 in British
Columbia will go ont in sympathy with
those who hnve received orders in thi
east to turn over their tools and keys to
the nearest station agents. An increase
of wages is being asked for in the ea-t,
while in this Province an increase which
was given tlie men some lime ago makes
them satisfied on that s.-ore ami there ie
now no particular trouble in British
Columbia. Tlie men, however, ask for
recognition, and iho arranging of minor
troubles from which they claim they
have cause for c mplaint.
There aro 3,500 men on strike in the
east. In British Columbia there are at
leaBt 500, many ol these being bridge-
men, so that with the number ol men
who are going out in lhe Northwest,
there will be a total of about 4,^ 00.
Whether other brotherhoods nf trainmen will join the strikers is a question
that has not yet heon definitely discussed.—Vancouver World.
This space has been so well used thai
the hest and most conspicuous building
pi the whole exhibition outside the main
front is that of Canada, and the interior
is so beautifully arranged that the award
of honors comes to Canada again. .
Seeing the bacon, we enquired of lhe
Canadian in charge here how it was
that Canadian pigs were so large. With
a benevolent en.ile on It's face thi>
colonial replied : "Canada is a large
country, and our pigs have room to
grow."—Black and White.
Tlie lab ir situ ttiou in Rossland is slill
acute and there is no sign of wavering
either ou the sido of the min e-onners or
the men. Tlie strike in eiill confined to
Nirlhpovt, but it is stated that whether
tbe strike is finished or not the smelter
will again blow in by July 16, tbe working force being brought 1'rom all pans
of tl.e United Sutes and corralled in tbe
smelter yard where there will be shops
and boarding houses for the accommodation of tlie men eo that none wil' have
to go into the town of Northport, which
is picketed by the union.
QUARTZ  DEPOSITS.
The fullowinx .article reprinteil from
tlit- B. C. Review will hoof much inter-
■ Bt lo miners and other-, in this -section :
"Tlio paper on tiie Auriferous Deposits of Southern British Columbia by Mr.
J.Kendall, which appeared for some
weeks In these columns, haa now been
reprinted in pamphlet form, and owing
to the importance of the subject, and
the great experience which tho writer
possesses in regard to tlie chief mineral
formations in British Oolutnb'a, his remarks are deserving of more than i»as-
►in'g reference. It is satisfactory to re-
ivive the writer's assurance 'hat .n re-
aid to quartz mining in ihe province
very little British money has heen lost,
and even that litlle has not been due to
lat"i of opportuni tes eo much as to bad
management. In this latter respect,
Mr. Kendall firmly puts his finger on
past en on*. Owing to keen commercial
rivalry of American mining men, w*
must imprrove our methods. Very properly he denounces such unbusinessliki
procedure—to ut-e no harsher term—at
purchasing properties on vendors' reports, of building mills before sufficient
aie is exposed to feed them, etc. His
strictures on the habit of placing men in
charge who are too inexperienced to deserve such responsibility are, we fear,
only too well deserved, hut, in spile o(
the many blunders made In the-past, he
is of the opinion lhat capital has an extensive and paofiiabla field of operation
in British Columbia in developing gold-
bearing quartz deposits if the money is
properly expended. Most of the depot-it--
in tht* writer's experience, consist ul
quartz in which are a.-so i.rod sulphide**
of one of the base meta s, end Hie gteal
bulk of this ore can tie treated l>\ amalgamation and line concentration. The
gold values are found both in the quartz
and also in thea ulphidcs, and usually in
a free state. Can fuily drawn plans of
some of tiie chief quartz mines in the
province accompany his paper, which
show not only the posilion of the workings, but also the ore bodies*, faults,
dyki _, stopes, etc. In the course of bis
reference to the Vmir mine, he observes
TME   ASHCKOFT-L1LLOOET   kO\U.
that   a   strong   vein   'should   never be j from Lillooet.
The following is the report published in tlie
Ashcroft Journal, of the engineer in charge
of the parly which looked over :he proposed
route for a new road between Ashcroft and
Ullooet aad estimated the distances.:
Ashcroft, B. C, June loth, 1901.
Gentlemen: Acting under your instructions
to look over the ground and if possible find a
feasible route for a wagon road hum Ashcroft
direct to Lillooet, I beg lo submit the following
report.
I left Ashcroft on Wednesday the 6th, with
suitable supplies, pack animals, and iwo Indian helpers and crossed direct to the Fountain
making my estimates for ihe road on lhe return trip.
My estimates, which are carefully prepared
and approximately correct are as follows:
To Lilleoet, total distance, 33 miles; already constructed 12 miles.
The following aie details of the proposed
route: The road would run through two ra*
v'.nes or rather through two large valleys, thi
oie crossing the divide between the Hat
Creek and the Fraser valleys. There is con -
paratively little rise over the summit of either
of those divides when crossed by the valleys
mentioned above. The worst part of tlie
route is from Ashcroft to tlie head of th?
Cornwall ranch. From there to Ha-Creek,
a distance of seven miles, a road can be run
almost in any part of the valley. Farming
machinery and wagons hivD already been
driven over this part of the route. After
crossing Hat Creek the road ruru over tbe
famous Hat Creek range, where a wagon
could be driven anywhere, for a distance of two miles, over to thc second valley. In this valley the only difficulty lo he
contended against is tlie timber, which is
pretty thick, mainly Jack pine and doughs fir
but the benches along this creek are specially
adapted to road building as they arc flat and
hard. The distance through this second valley to the foot of thc first Indian ranch is
ahout nini_ miles.
From the Indian ranch just mentioned ta
the Indian village near thc Fountain, a distance of three mites, there is an Indian wagon
road already built which needs repairing aud
changing in places. And frum this village
to the present Lillooet road, a distance of two
miles, a road can be run down lhe side of the
hill above two or three farms, with a gentle
slope,  striking   the   Lillooet  road  six  mil****
abandoned until the character of its ore
has heen tested throughout,' and if tbis
1 .il.  i _. I i 1> _,   _i. it 1.' 11   n'jo  qlu'Mtu   .i.|nl.«...I
shari-lioii'era would   probably Iirvb ie-p
In constructing this road one should start a
steady rise  from the  farm   across  the  bridge
just where the   present   road strikes  il,   and
cause to regret t; fir investments. Tlie then, instead of crossing over the creek at the
osa in tlie tailings from this mint! to present bridge, keep well over to the right
which Mr, Kendall referred will be oil- and start to climb gradualfy till you get into
viateU in future, ua the experimental the ravine above Judge.Cornwall's house, and
cyanide plant lias proved quite BUOceas-I then follow along the right bank of the val-
I'ul, and all tailings will tn futur,' be eo | ley till you coma to McLean'; lake, aboct
(rented, then by earning increased pro- ' nine miles from Ashcroft. At McLean's lake
its for tlie company. The Duratha Mor*, t'le road will swing; around to the left crossing
ton mine, which va:-* owned by a subsi-! at the foot of the lake nnd lake the valley to
diary company cf tbe EstateB, Mine and i the left. [There are two valleys nere]. The
Finance Corporation, which is chiefly in- road should keep to the right of this valley,
terested in South Africa, turned out un- ' also to its mouth at Hat creek. The road will
fortunately, and tbe writer observes that cross Hat creek, then swing over to valley
' this property afforda a good iUustra-1 number two about two miles across lhe Hat
tion of the risk attending premature er- \ Creek range.
ection   of   treatment   plant.    Had   the]    Theroad   should   begin to   climb   on the
mine been eo   far   developed before the
mill was   decided  upon that the ore in
foot hills to the right of thc entrance of the
second valley to raise up on to a bench which
sight would pav for the mill, it is quite runs up on the right side of the valley. Here
certain that neither the. mill nor the 'he road should run on the right side of the
iramway would bave been built,' After valley till the summit is reached, where, after
discussing bona fide properties, be re- ■ '*■ h:ls passed the last small chain of lakes it
furred to the methods of unprincipled should cross over to the left and keep the
promoters, and exposes aou.e of tl,e ; left for about a mile, then it can cross over
truka employed hy wildcat operators in tQ the ri8ht once more and keeP wel1 "'' on
British Columbia." One of the most glar-! lhe skle hul onthe "8"' tin " ,ll:al15 !!raJui>1!5'
ing instances was in connection with down t0 a snjal1 ranch as before mentioned.
the notation of tlie Golden Cache mine, From lllis r'incl1 lhc r";ul ra" fulkm P"UJ*
and he discloses affairs in connection j clo5c1*' ,hc Imlian waE°" '"^ liU il ccm"*s lo
swindle which are now made [lhe villa8e al,d lhtre il should swin8 awaS*
Had this ex- 1 ovcr t0 llie ''S'1' l0 Rcl a S001* slalt *"or tke
side hill drop lo the point   already mentioned
with this ^^^^^^^
public for the lirst time. Had Una ex>
posuiebeen made concerning an English
registered company, ihbreia a likelihood
ttat tbe public progenitor would have
taken the matter iu band. Summing
up'the futura outlook, Mr, Kendall ob.
served that if ttie auriferous qnarli and
other mineral deposits In British Colum
on lhc present Lillooet road.
The total distance from Ashcroft to Lillooet
is. therefore, about thirty-three miles, of which
twelve miles is already covered by fairly
good road.
Thc   part tn bo built could be done very
I, a be worked efiicientl'v', thev wilfyie'ld \cbt^y. «""" ■
handsome returns.   This   is'a  eatisfac K™dIng !""' no rock wot*t*
All of which 1   beg lo respectfully submit,
A gentleman one day saw a boy peeling the hark from one ot hia choice trees
with a hatchet. Tbo gentleman tried to
catch the boy, bUJ the latter was too
quick for him, so the former obanged
his tactics. "Come here, my little son,"
be said in a soft flute-iiko voice. fvit,li
counterfeited friendliness, -come here lo
mea minute.      I want to tell you S -
thing.'" Not yet," replied the recipient
"Little boys likemu don't need to knew
everything.''   CilfPgOW Times.
tory statement cominrt from one whose
views are never colored by undue optimism,
NEWS OF THE MINES.
Reports fiom Bridge Kiver mines arc
ol the most eneouracing kind. On tl.e
great majority of claims where assessment nud development work is being
done, the showing bus been found
to be excellent, aud miners bave now
more confidence in Ihe ultimate success
of the district than at any previous period.
Temporary setbacks matter little to a
section like Bridge river for the country
has gold in it and lots of it, and where
there is gold, there are always men to
extract it.
A good BtrikeWas made on the Pioneer
claim by Messrs. Allan and Kinder. A
good wide ledge has been uncovered car-
ryii;;; good values. Olhorclaims adjoin-
in.' the Piooner are alao looking exceed-
'ugly well. j i
Alec. Barclay.
Pi n-' m  : i. ..it.
Buffalo,  June   19.—Il  has been   decided
to formally open the Canadian building al the
Pan-American  grounds on  Dominion   Day,
July 1st.    Prominent   men  from Canada and
Canadians residing in fhe United  Slates will
be invited to speak an 1 participate in   he cer-
I emonies in other ways.,   Ine very large  Can*
' adiah population ol ihis city will be well  rep*
resented.
Kaiser and President.
Paris, June 19.—The Libre parole asserts in
I connection with the report ef lhe forthcoming
j meeting between Empcrei William and President Loubel at Cherbourg, upon the occasion of the return of the troops front China;
1 that ihis movement was negotiated by tici-
many through the Trench Ministry ol Foreign Affairs.
A. McDonald, ro.id superintendent, is
id iDtya this ivie-lro.-it tiie eastriv-ins. saw
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TIIE PilOSPf-CTO: . LILLOOET, D C   £A.TVR_>AY, JUICS 22 I0G1.
Pavilion  $
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Flower.
R. it w. CUMMINQ, Mfc.
PAVILION, 13. C.
10^(»^«^«^
AND HORSESHOEING.
Lillooet, B. C.
Manufacturer of all kind ol
MINEH'8 SUPPLIES, TICKS. DRILLS, Etc.
Mono but the best material useil. Minors or
prospectors sond.lng lH orders will receive
prompt attenltou uud saUsiacUou^uaruuWod
Half-Way House,^__
LILLOOET-LYTTON ROAD.
Headquarters for all Stages.
CHARLES MCGILLIVRAY, Proprietor.
j. cxjA.:r,:__:_elj,
ULLOOET, Ii. C,
All work warranted.
NOTICE.
RESERVATION OF WATOR.
NOTICE is hereby given lhat nil the unrecorded water in every ilver, stioiim or bike B$t-
tj'Lted within u belt tyfof bctweou th«49th nud
'rtth pRrailt-'laf north latitude, and extending
easterly lot a, distance ol one hundred (UK))
miles Irom the sea coast, in hereby reserved (or
the purpose of making provision fur supplying
power for operating pulp mills, or for other Industrial purposes.
The water bo reserved may be acquired from
tbo crown under the authority 01 tho Water
Clauses Consolidation Act by any spo< hilly Incorporated compHuy. for use for the purposes
above mentioned, upon such company showing
Ifl tfa.0 satisfaction ol tholloutonant-govornor in
peuts iu a position to esui&llfi('iiYilu\r'K/i91^'' "Sfc
(ipeiation ul an industrial enterprise of «■ b_ne-
•fteial naturei Hnd subject lo such terms and
conditions an the lieu tenant-governor in council may direct.
A record of the reservation of water hereby
provided for ahall b:- made by each commissioner and Gold Commissioner whose district is
affected thereby, such record and  reservation
10 bo subject to the provisions of section V-6 (IJ)
of the Water Clauses Consolidation Act,
W. C. WELLS,
Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works.
Lands and Works Eapartmcnt, Victoria, B. C,
23rd April, 1901.
BRIDGE RIVER
TRAVELERS!!
aaian
Pacific
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Service for 1901 commencing June 10th, 1901
Four Days
Across the Continent
This is the fastest nnd best equipped train
crossing the continent. If you are going East
there are some facts regarding this service,
nd the scenery along the Canadian Pacific
Rv. which you should know.
The time is arranged to pnss the greatest
scenic features of thc line during daylight.
Pamphlets furnished free on Application 1°
nny C. P. R. Agent or to
J. COYLE.
A. 0. P.A.,
Vancouver, B. c.
THOU. CLARK,
Agent,
Lytton, B.C.
R. J. ATKIN
Lillooet. B. C.
DEALER IN,
Hardware
Stoves
Tinware
Miners Supplies
Farm Implements
Harness <fe Saddlery
Furniture, etc.,
All orders promptly attended!*.
Brett  Ranch,
First*ctftS8 accommodation for the
traveling public. When going to
and from the mines make the Hrett
Ranch for a stopping place. 1 Ue
hest meal and be<l on trail aBci everything neat and clean. Only white
help employed. Remember the
place when on the trail. . - . -
Stable in connection, bay and feed.
R. H. BRETT,     •     •    -    Proprietor.
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, etc.
Tlie Prospector,
Lillooet, B. C.
Royal Hotel
Slicker Creek, B.C
IUihn i.uLL.u.tt,   rrop.
Central point for Bridge
River Miners and Prospectors. Good accommodation. -   -
Stable in connection.
J B CHERRY,
A. E.TttlN. COLI... feVBLIX.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR. NOTARY PUBLIC
_lllooet. B. Ci
Home Grown
Fruit and Ornamental Tree**,, R»m_,
Shrubs, Vines, Bulbs, hedge Plants,
Seeds.
Ex'.ra choice stock of Peach, Apricot, Plum,
Cherry aiul Prune Trees.    New importation of
Hrst-class Rhododendrons,   Hoses,.   Clematis,
Bay Trees, Hui lies, etc.
£0,000 to chose from. No agents nor com-
miwiv>n to pny: Orders ilug in one day you
get it the next, _N'o ftimigoting tier injection
pharges. Greenhouse plants, agricultural iar
elemcnts, fertilize***, beesm&plww, etc. Largest and most complete stock in the proiinci.
Send for catalogue or call and make your ■*•!•
eet ions before placing your orders.    Address
M.J. HENRY, Vancouver
WHITE LABOR ONLY.
Advertise in The Prospector.
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MURALO WALL FINISH.
A household necessity and s household bcautifier—a dry pourdor, put up in fivs
pound packages, and in twenty-live beaatit_l shades.
When house cleaning be sure and use MURALO a_d bave e<*_elhiag for your
work.
Easily applied and won' rub off.    A color card for thc asking.
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McLennan, McFeelv & Co. Ltd.
(22 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. €.
THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE
NO. . K.-W.-O. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.
Gold, SiUfr-Leml and Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE.
FREE HULLING GOLD  properties  wanted at onee for Baatern Investors.
Partifea having mining property for sale are reqaaeted to send aample
of tbeir ore to tlie LXCHANGEfnr exhibition.
We desire to hear from prospectors who have promising mineral claims
in British Columbia.
Prospectors and mining men are requested to make the EXCHANGE
tbeir headquarters when iu Nelson,
All samples should be sent by express PREPAID.
Correspondence solicited.   Address all communieaisoai to
AN DEE W   jr.   K08IKBIBGER.
Telephone No. 104.   V. 0. Box 700. "WILSON, B. C.
THE WM. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING 60. Limited
MINING
MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO.
GJlKTJlXDJl.
J, M. Mackinnon
Mininq Prcnertiet
Handed
Properties Bond«Q
Vancouver B. 8
2SJ-OW   BOYS,
Don't Forget the Ashcroft Tailor
WHEN YOU WANT A NEW SUIT.
I karo Just rtctlrtd direct from 8o.tl.nd tht best nlocil.n tf Twttdt, Worsteds, sWst
raullnsa In the Iatsrier,   BatUfactlon guaranteed.
THOMAS McCOSlI. Merchant Tailor, Ashtroft, I. 0
Lytton Stage
The new stage line leaves Lytton «v«ry Monday and
Friday for Lillooet, returning next day. Special trip
made,   Write us for information.
Peter Rebagliati A Co., Lyt-U* 1. G.
R.F.Anderson&Co
TttT WESTMINSTER, B. C.
General Hardware,
Paints, Oils  and Varnishes,
Stores, Enameled Iron
and Tinware.
tflasrs Itesl, Ploki. Shorsls, sis., Wirt Caklc
ani lun.l Wlit Ftntiaaj.
[nland Cigar Manufacturing Co.
OF B.C., LTD.
Our •p*cii_ltf*»_H
INTERIOR
LA MORENA
icj-7-ti-oo-pa, b o.
Cariboo and Lillooet
Stage Lines.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
COMPANY.
ASHCROFT, B. C.
Olintoa and wsy points, Morulas',
Wednesday and Friday.
All points  in  Cariboo, Monday's,
and Friday.
Lillooet direct, Monday and Friday,
Forks ot Quesnelle, and way points,
Monday.
8tnp.es connect witli iteaooer Charlotte
■■• Ruda rtretk.
tyeHMti Coev»/sd7«i Furaisbed.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
KATIC1TI0K I.
(LIHIT1D.)
WHARF STRUT.   I«»u.
Tlmt Tall. Mt. M.-TaUttg Mttt Hot. ie«k
letk.
Victoria to YantoiTtr—Dailr at I ». B. Fa*.
eenrtr to Victoria -Dally al l.Ms.ts., er ta «t-
rlra! of tkt C.r.R. H« 1 train.
M* WUTMIIimR »«VT_
LoaTt Victoria (or Raw Wtstsstailar, Udatr,
Lulu Island, Plumptr's Pais—Ttttdaj ant
Friday at 7 a.m.   Lta.t Iftw Waataslntnr Itr
Victoria   and   Way  Forts — Wtdntaiay   an*
-KTHKRN ROCTB.
Satnrdayat7n.ua
Sttaratklpsot tkli  nnpiij  will ltart ter
Fort  filmpion and  lntarsatdlatt ootuti,  vie
Victoria, 1st and lltk aaek montk at 11 p.aa.
ALASKA RO«T_.
Btaamahipsof thlsconiaany will ltert trttF
Wtdncsda; lor Wrangtl and Ikaf way al I pj_.
BARCLAY »OUm» ROWTB.
Sttamtr laarsi 'tlerla lor Alktrnl eat
Sound ports, on tko ltfck and ISlk at aet*
month, tzttndlnf lalttr trips rt ItuiSH
and (tape Bcott.
Tbe company rtsarrtt Ike rlakt ti tkanaten
this tlmt takja at any tltatwllSeal ntltlnHt*
a. A.BARun-oB,
•antral Frtliki AsaaL
C. I. BAXr.R,
Uca.r.l Paanauftr Aftnt.
**i_^_^^_r^      _^_-'^_--_^
Insurance.
General
Agent.
If yo! want
_y To i«s»r. von' life.
/_) To insure yo«r .reperty,
*fs T. iasnre aaainst actideat.
___ Call on
^      Ric. A. Fraser
v- i.iiioo»t, ti.o.
______________^____\ LlLOOET AND BBID3E HIVE8 STORES.
J. DUNLOP.
OElSr_3__^A.___    !&JilXlGttA.lXrr
Miners Supplies,
LILLOOET, "B.:C
Branch Store at Bridge River where a
full stock of General Merchandise and Min
era Outfits are on hand.
J. Dunlop, General Merchant, Lillooet, B.C
Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT, LILLOOET, B. C.
Oafrta a fall stock en' all kinds of Oroceries, Dry   Goods,   Boots  and   Shoes,
Hardware, etc.
MINERS' OUTFITS A SPECIA TY.
.F-ZOjSTIHrEl^  :___COT.B3___.
Llllocwt, B. G.
FRBD. H.  NELSON, Proprietor.
jfinpla   Rooms   for   Commoroiftl   Travellert
Livery Stable ia Connection. Bus me.ts
iH_A«-.imni for nuHKta to and from
Aaderson Ln.k* *Jjd Bridge
".Elver ^otntfl.
Hotel Victoria,
r.iiiX.oo'E:-? 35. o3
Vt_s hetel being new and thoroughly finished throughout is the only first
*Uas hetel in Lillooet. Persons calling at Lillooet will receive every attention by
tteppiaf at the Hotel Victoria. Good stabling in connection with the hotel. Ilead-
•.attrtan fer the Lillooet-Lytton stage.
•    0   0    9   ©    9     CI1AHSSICS9    MODBHATB.     A   0   9    O    Q   •
U. R. EAGLESON, -        - -       Proprietor.
lEESLCIELSIOIR,    HOUSE,
13.   _r'____S____,   PEOP.
MLLMIT,
B. 0.
- h Mpplieti with the best Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
LYTTON STAGE LINE.
Stago leaves Lytton every Tuesday and Saturday morn-
bg fer Lillooet, returning next day.    Special trips made,
V yam eenteesplate a trip into Lillooet district, write us lor information.
•-HERON It HURLEY     •:-    Lytton and Lillooet, B t
Bridge River Travel
Steamer leaves the Mill wharf every morning (except
Sunday) at 9 a. m., for lake points.
Returning leaves the Mission at 2 p.m.
Por information concerning rates, special trips Ac
Write the company or call at tho Mill wharf.
Seaton Lake Steamboat Company.
t M.  P. GORDON,
Kamloops, B.C.
Fmrait-re ef every description,  Carpets, inoleum, Wiiv
dow Shades, Cornice Poles, etc.
Subscribe for The Prospector.
It is All Right
IsTOTICE.
Steam Boiler Inspector's
Examination
Applications for ex Ami nation {or Steam Holler Imp-actors will be received by tha Chief Inspector of Steam Boileri, New Westminster, B.
Co up to June 10th, 1901. Applicants must be
between the ages of 25 and 50 years, tbey must
have had at least Ave years' practical workshop
experience as machinist**! or boiler makers, and
must also hare a thorough understanding of
steam engineering.
Forms of particulars may be obtained, on request of Intending applicants, from the ( hief
Inspector of Steam Boilers, Ue* Westminster,
B. C., and must be properly filled In and re-
turned to him on<or before Che above-mention
ed date.
The candidates selected for examination will
then be notified aa to date and place of examination.
The salary will be |100 per month.
YY. 0, VYBLLJ3,
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Lands and Works Department, Victoria. K.U.
22nd May, 1901,
Notice of Assignment
Pursuant to Creditors Trust
Deeds Act and Amending Acts.
Kotlce l« hereby given that the Toronto
Lillooet Gold Reefs Company Limited (Hon
Personal Liability) having a registered office im
the City of Vancouver in the province of British Columbia has by deed of assignment dated
the eleventh day of May one thousand nine
hundredand oue assigned all its personal property which may be seized and sold undor axe-
cution and all its real estate credits and effects
to Frederick U. Tireman of the City of Vancouver aforesaid for tha purpose after paying and
satisfying the costs charged and expenses ol and
incidental to the said assignment and of the
said trustee of satisfying rateably and proportionately without preference or priority the
creditors of tho said company.
The said deed was executed by the said eon*
pany on the eleventh day of May one thousand
nine hundred and one and by the said Frederick C. Tireman on the seventeenth day of May
one thousand nine hundred andot-e.
All persons having claims against the said
Toronto-Lillooet Oold Reefs Company Limited
[aon-personal liability] are required to forward
particulars of their laid claims duly verified to
Frederick C 'fireman, Fairfield Block, Vancouver, B. C, on or before the 7th day of June,
1901, and all person ilndebted to tbe said company are request* c1 io pay such ludebtedaws
to the said Freder :c _C. Tireman at his ottoe In
the Fairfield Block aforesaid.
Paled this 17th day of Mar, woi.
FKED&KICK C. TIRKMAK,
Tr-astee.
A meeting of the creditors of the Toronto
Lillooet Oold   Reefs  Company Limited [non-
Bersonal liability!, will be held at the offices of
lessrs. Wilson & Senkler, Inns of Court Building corner Hastings and Hamilton street-, in
the city of Vancouver, the solicitors for the
above named trustee, on the 7th day of June,
1001, at the hour of three o'clock in the afternoon.
.Dated this 17th day of May. A. I). 1901.
FREDERICK C, TIREMAN,
Trust*.
TO  THE  DEAF.
A rich lady enred of her Deafness and Noises
in the Head by Dr Nicholson's Artificial Ear
Di uuib, gave 110,000 to m_ iustltute, im that tbe
deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums
may have them free. Address No. 11523 The
Nicholson Institute, 780, Eighth Avenue, New
York,U.S.A.
J. H. Anthony.
General Merchant, LYTTON.
Storage and
Forwarding Agent
FOB,
Lillooet and Bridge River.
Hare 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.
Choica  Wines,  Liquors
and Cigars. Samplo
room   frea.
FURNITURE.
AMI stock of all   ind. of
UP-TO-PATE FURNITURE
is now for sale by
H. C. PARKER,
LILLOOET, B. C.
Store ana" Repair Shop in 1,'nn Clock.
Call and examine stock.      No trouble ts
show goods
RRPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Read The Prospector
$2 a year. J
D0UGAL HOUSE
Vancovmr, B. 0.
BURTON _ BLACKSTONE, Pro,.s.
n«s<»inarler« (,-r mining   men,      _ir<"»ii
;vt.rv
BRIDGE RIVER
The only map giving the locations of the mined of this rich
i
free-milling camp.    Everyone interested should have one.    Price
Fifty cents.    Send for one at once.   Address:
The Prospector,
Lillooet, B. 6.
Provide Against
Accidents and
Sickness,
BY TAKING OUT A POICY FROM
Local Agent for the Dominion of Canada Guarantee A Accident
Insurance Company, of Toronto, Ontario.
This it an ideal policy and betides covering accident! takes In eighteen different
aUstenta. Don't be without tome security for no one can tell when they will meet with
aaisfort una.   Call and tee the agent and get further partioulara, TITS pfcOePKOfW's, LILLOOET, B.C., SATURDAY, JUNE22 1001.
,__«_ .^..  . ;.
COON. HEWS.
Nfiir'.! r* ijjJm in . fins big it ll|i n diet*
WfSk,
J, H, Walker lett Friday morning (ur
Olinton,
Mr*, J, jninioj) lis? almost recovwd
from » week'i ilinp»«,
fait] fc-nuiliii and Mark V>sloeon ra-
turiio<l |.nt week from Die coast,
Tii« Viatorja Hotel has puvohased an
tiji.turj.ite bus   fur tlie   Seaton   Lake
trafljo,
Clint, Nod relumed yesterday to
Ilia Bend'Of Mines, baying Bpant a Jen
Jays |n tuwn,
0. riiair, gold commissioner, retnrt<r><l
lust H-ttunlay (r m fttri|i to thi> Rridgi
R|»pr diitrjot,
W. Mi Brewer t'Hiiio in with last T"»—
day's atatto and left next morning foi
tha Bend'Or mines,
Fred, U. Nelson expei'ls to leave I.iiiooet shortly We have not yrt learned
WMQ will lake over the l'ioneer hotel,
Mr, and Mrs, Vt\ CqmmiiiB, e.., returned laet pi_*Ut from a (ew days' vlsji
gt Pavilion Mill,
Mark Eagleson and Wm. Johnson are
making application for a hotel license on
OadwaUader creek,
Dr, Child's Ointment ie the best remedy in tha world for Itching Piles, It is
sold by Clarke & Co., at the Pioneer
Prng Store, Lillooet,
Leslie Hill, managing director of the
Mines Exploration Ltd,, ie up at the
Bridge River mines.
D, Johnson arrived from Ashcroft Friday evening and has gone to the North
Fork to work for Mr. Brown,
The work nf renovating the En_li-li
Church will be commenced nexl week
under the etipervi->;on of W, II. Miller.
T^ie Licence Commissioners met in
the Court House last Saturday ami decided to renew all the licences in t\i\e
district.     	
John Marshall left, foi Pavilion 'lib
morning to be absent a few days. Mis11
Nellie Mar-hall will probably return
with him.
The bus for the Hotel Victoria, owned
by Mark Eagleson. has at last arrived
and is a credit to the establishment, being a beauty.
'I'.,. Doited States Is ln-.po«tn. admy
uu B'l'san petroleum, an « re slialion
on like action by St. Poterabqrg on
Amerio-in oil.
A temporary arrangement, mutually
illslaotory, Ik.s been made between the
Inderal and provincial governnientl regarding tho mooted question of Hie control uf thu (liberies,
A private letter received from Ottawa Cram
tho Hon, YY, Mulock snys that lbs post*
rossier-general had been III on his way lo
Austridt.i and nftet arriving there, He was
suffering ft Wl amnions, and wns in a private
hospital for joiiis weeks, Tlie loiter was
written on May 11, Ho oxpected lo leave
fas I'nrnpo in n couple »f weeks, After
spending some time oil the continent he will
leave (or.Canada, arriving bete about the
middle "i August,
;-i"**4"
Pavilion
4-
ZWOTXCsEL
N(,iico Is hereby ffivftitlmt II U onr Intontlon
to apply tQ Uu* Lloeowo UummitMionwoj the
Weal i.ill-i.'ui (ilshiti, on or before -lie m>\\\ Hy
of .11:!v, i'ur a lioiiil [iii.ltliqqor M (leant fur (jur
iiit-i)ii»i;a situated qu t'HiiwttllMiter ciepk, to li«
Enown iris I lis Uoniiiiion llu'til.
i:ai;i.ksun .v Johnson,
The un<ler8ipned inritrs tendem (ar the pur
cliHSoofthe following, tho property ol the To*
roplo-Ullooet G, H, Co., Ltd,;
1 Sawmill,
1 Planer,
1 Wii-^un Mia set harneaa,
'> Work horses,
1 Buddie horse,
1 Riding* Buddie,
2 pack sadalea,
Tenders to he for ench lot f.epar.,t«Jly1 and to
be adtirtisseU tu J, f, forde, VUoo-at. e,n oz be-
for-? June 20th, 1901,
The lowest or any tender not nece-isufily (accepted,
F, C, TIREMAN,
Trustee,
Notice of Assignment
Pursuant to Creditors Trust
Deeds Act and Amending Acts.
Flower.
r, m W,. UMMiwet, m _«,,
PAVIJ-.ION, n. c.
s
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jas, b. uren
GENERAL BLACKSMITHIN.
AND HORSESHOEING,
LlLLOOi-T, B, C.
MfinuraotuiBr ol all kind o(
MINER'S BUPI'l-lKB, I'J(JKS, DRUM, RtO,
Nune but tlie best material Uee4, Miners or
prospector, .ending In orders will receive
prompt attiini.'.e aucl siilisl'ac^uu^uaiftjituad
Half-Way Rouse,<v_
MLLO'JET-I.YTTON road.
Headquarters tea all Stages.
CrtARLES McGILMVRAY, Proprietor.
a I*- 3 s 3 ^
ft IMpgrPIAS
9 If 11 it CtU
Service for 1901 commencing June 101I1, 1901
Four Days
Across the Gc-ntinsnt
This is tlie fasteil cm! besl equipped irein
crossing lhe continent. If you are going Easl
there am Borne facts regarding this service,
nd the scenery along ti"' l ANABIAN I'ai in1
Rv, which you should know,
The time Is arranged lo pass lhe greatest
scenjp features of lhc line during daylight,
I'amphlets hirnished Iree on application to
any C. I', R, Agent or to
We nre heai'fjunrlcrs r.jr
Csnton Drill S. iel, Firth Tool Slccl,
Jesaopfl Tpol fc'teel, liar Iron, Norway Iron, Coll Chsln, It 1, Tested
Chain, Miners Ticks, Miners Shovels,
Agent! fur
The Giant Powder Co.'s, Dynamite,
Kuse, Caps, elf	
\Vo also carry all kinds of Shelf and Heavy
Hardware.   Correspondence Invited,
McLennan, _1cFee!y & Co. Ltd.
122 Cordova Strsst, Vancoyvar, B.
i!, j. coyi.f:,
a. a, p .a.,
Vttucouvor, B, C.
T1H>S, CI-aHR,
Aaent,
Lyltou, 11.C
UM.OOF.r, li. c.
Watchmaker.
AU work warranted-,
There ia still cobaidernble B''arlatina
RtDODtt the children. As the disease is
takine a very mild form, no serious
eases have developed.
Dr. Clarke's new residence behind th**
"pioneer prase Store ia near completion.
-Mrs, and Miss Clarke are expected in a
couple oi weeka time.
Mr. Ja_. S. Bell who was very ill for
a few dayB this week with blood poison*
ing is now greatly improved. Wr. Hell
scratched his foot while wading in the
creek fishing.
Notice ts herohy given that tho Toronto-
Liliooot Gold Uoefa Company Limited (Non-
Peisoijal l.itibiUiy) buying it registered oflict; in
the City nl Vancouver in the province ol British <"ohi;nl>M has by deed ol ussfgnrneni dated
the elev-'titli dayof May one thousand nine
hundred and ont assigned ail Us personal prop«
,Miv wlii'ili maj be seized and sold umlur exe-
Coltou nnd id! its real estate oredits and effects
to•FK'derii'k C Tir-Jinuu o| the City of Vancouver aforesaid lor the purpose after payins and
satisfying the costs charge* and expeuses <>( und
Incidental to the said assignment and of the
said trustee ol satish ing rateably and propor-
Honately without pre! rence o* priority thu
creditors ol the Bald company.
The said deed was executed by tbe said com.
pany on the eleventh day of May one thousand
nine hundred and one and by the said Freder-
ifk c. Tireman on the seventeenth day of May
(ine thousand nine hundred and one,
Al! persons having claims ngalust the said
To ran to-ill looet Hold Reefs Company Limited
[non-personal liability] are required to forward
. particulars uf thait sai'A tUftjiua duly Yerit^d tn
Frederick C Tireman, Fairfield Hlock, Vancouver, R. c., on or ladore the 7th day of June,
19H1, and all person tindebied to the said c<,rn-
panv aro roouestc i '0 nay sutrh IndebtednesH
to the said Feeder < l<\ If reman at his office in
the Fairfield Block aforesaid.
Dated this 17th dav of May, MOl.
FREDERICK C. TIREMAN,
Trustee
A meeting of the creditors of tha Toronto
Lillooot 'iold Reefs Company Limited [nnn-
T<er6nnal iiaoiliiyl will he held at tht) offices of
Messrs. Wilson & Senkler, tnns of Court Hulld-
ing comer uastings and Hamilton Etrect_ in
the city of Vaneouver, the solicitors for the
above named trustee, nn the 7th d'ayOf June,
1901. at the hour of three o'olocJc In th« afternoon.
Dated this 17th dav of Mav, A. D. Will.
FHE'DEKICK C. TlRSMAN,
iruuiae.
NOTICE,
The amount of diyideide paid thia
jear by the Kootcnav mines aggregates
$525,5000, and the copper matte sent ont
from Roesland and Boundary alone i-
valued at $3,000.000.
NOTICE.
Tuhlic examination will be hsld in the
Fchool Fritlay the 28th. Parents antl sil interested in educational work are cordially invit
cd. The annual trusecs meeting will he held
in the School Saturday thc 29th.
Clarko & Co., Lillooet, have n com.
plete stock of DriiLP, Medicines ami sundries. Letter orders promptly ntlcnile.!
tp. Just tell them what, yon want or
what the tlouble is,enclosingtnoneyand
they will do tbe rest.
The crops on lhe property of Dr. San-
Fon and \Y. B. Hrett, on the fla- ailjoin-
ing town, are in excellent condition
after the wet week ami the subsequent
hot w«»tli*r. .These men are to he commended for their enterprise In cultivating the flat as the appearance of the
town ia much Improved thereby.
" Canadian Contingent Exemption Acts."
All returned South African Volunteers, who
have not already done so, are requested to
communicate wiih the undersigned without delay, ainlso tHe next of kin of those deceased
or of those who have not yut returned to British Columbia, or nny other persons interested
in mining properties held by such Volunteers.
The latesj date possible fur receiving applications (or exemption under the abovQ Acts will
hi the 1st of Julv. proximo.
RICHARD NfcBRIDE,
Minister of Mines.
Department of Mines, Victoria, B. C, 3rd
June, 1901.
Advertise in The Prospector.
; Steam Boiler Inspector's
RESERVATION OF WATER.
NOTICI ti heretj-RiTcn that all the tiureoord-
ed water in evwy tlver, Btreara or laKQsit-
uKi«d within a t>^lt tying between the ti'tli and
55th parallel of north latitude, and extending
OASteriy tor a distance ol one hnndred (lOtij
milea from tho son must, la hereby reserved for
tho purpose oi mnking provision for suuplytny
power tor opernting- pulp null.-, or far (lifter iti
austrial purposes.
The water so reiwved mny he acquired Irom
the crown under thu authority ol tho Watei
clauses Consolidation Art by any Bp©' iulty incorporated eumiirtity. for use [or tlio purposes
above nicjitit.nun, upon such ootnpany slurt Injj
to \\m satfifactlon "f thelioutenani-govemortn
council that It i» ft ianelally aud in 0thu. respects lu a position 10 establish and carry on the
operation of au Industrial enterprise ui a Ihti«i-
ftcinl oat me, and Bubisct to suuh lerniaand
couditioiiH as the litut-oimnt-go eruor in council may direct
A record ot tho reservation ol water hereby
provided  for shiill  h    made by each cOniraiB-
Bioner and IJold .ominissitmer whose dlsti let In
Hff-octyd thereby, Kmh  record and   reservatiou
U\ be Hubject to the provisions ol section 13*8 (3;
of ih. Water Clauses Consolidation Aet,
W. C, WELLS,
Chief Commissioner of Lancia
and Works.
Land! ai^VWoi'ks£cpa;|.ineiit, Victoria B.f.'.,
2Srd April. \W\t
BRIDGE RIVER
TRAVELERS!!
Brett  Ranch.
First-class sccornmodation for the
traveling public. When fining to
and from thc mines make the Brett
KancK for a stopping place. The
best meal and bed on trail and everything peat and clean, Only white
help employed. Remember the
place when on the trail. -    *    -
Stable in connection, hay and fea4.
B. si. ATKIN
Lillooet. B. C.
DEALER IN,    .
Hardware
Staves
Tinware
Minors Supplies
Farm Implements
Harness & Saddlery
Furniture, etc.,
All orders promiHly attendedt-o.
THE WM. HAr/ilLTON MANliFACTUKINQ SO. Limited
PETERBOROUGH, 0KTARI0.
GA'J-TAIDA.
/
\/ ctut\innon
Mininq Pro'^erlits
Hanci.ed
Royal Hotel, ^
'     Sucker Creel,, B.C.
1U11N COl.I.U.M,   Prop.
Central point for Bridge
Liiver Miners and Pros-
peetora. Good accommodation,     -     .     -   -
Stable in connection,
J B CHERRY,
A. r.TIMN. COU,,, DTJBLIK,
DAUKI^TCU. SOLICITOR. NOTARY  PUBLIC
Lillooet. SB. C
Pro
Vancouver
rues
Bond«Q
B.G^
3_TO"W   EOTS^r^-
Dbn't Forget the Ashcroft-Tailor
WHEN VOU WANT A NEW SUV?.
I kftTfl Jnct rt_elT*»d tlir»ot from 8t»tlin„ tho bcot «?ebc;,«.*a «tf Ttrim.k, Wot-sisnia, 9frg*ii
Paatta-fs in lb* trntedor.   B*t tint action KUftr«ntead.
THOMAS Mc* IOSII, Merchant Tailor, Aihoroft, W. 8 '
A. A.
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Home Grown
fruit and Ornainenul Trees, Rsr.cs,
Shrulw, Vines, Bulbs, Hedge I'lunls,
Steds.
Extra choice slock of Peach, Ayirtcot, Plum,
Cherry and I'riine Trees.    New importation ol
lirst-class Rhododendrens,   Koses,   Clomalii,
Bay Trees, Hollies, elc.
So.ooo In chose from. N- sgents nor coim-
miseion to pay.: Orders du» i.i one day. yon
get it the next, eio funv.ja;.-. r ipecti: \
pharges, Gre»nh»«8« plants, agricultural im-
eiements, fcrlilwers, bee supplies, cic. Largest and most complete stock in lhe province.
Send for catalogue or call afld make your sal-
telions before placing your orders.    Address
M. J. HEKBY.Vancouvsr
WHITE LABOR ORLY.
. Yf%n ^%t _no
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The new stage line leaves Lytton every Monday a*„
Friday for Lillooet, returning next dajt. fejfjeeial trip*,
made.    Write us for information.
Feter Rebagliati J: Co., Lyllen  9. <5>.
R. H. BRETT,
Propria', or.
The shut down at tlie Nortport smelter hue caused the discharge of 125 men
at Ihe La Roi and if it lastp the Rosulanil
Groat Western, the l.e Roi No. 2 and
the JV Roi will all Suspend operations.
an there will loon he no room in the
yards *t Northport (or the ore, The
smelter manngcroentopposed the organisation of tlio labor union, and, it in allege 1. adopted measures to bresiK it. The
tvimnnny has promieen that if the union
will didbtind ii? »n organization in North-
ri irt nil of tho men discharged sliall have
their old n'ftiK'S back. Th«re is uo dis-
ptltlsfantion 8H ihe rart of lhe in.tt aa to
(ruses .; ktpa"'.
Application*! lor c-xamination for Stenm Honor Inspectors ivlll be received by the Ctiief In-
spectorof Stetiui Boilers, New Wesimlnstsr, B.
ti„ up to Jane lotb, 1901. AppUoants must be
between tho njre. of '2ri snfl 00 fejint. Ihey-must
bave loiil tit least five years' oractical workshop
experience us mm hinlsU or boli.-r mokers.ftrio
must also have a thorough understanding ot
steam efi'gtrteorlng.
Formaof particulars may be obtained, on re-
quest oi intending amiliciinls, from the hiel
Inspector of Steam Boilers. New Westminster,
B.',:.. and must be properly Itlled in nnd returned to bim on or before the ahove-me-qiion
ed dale.
Tlie candidates selected for examination will
then be nolilled as to date and place of oxatnin
at ion.
The salary will be *100 per month.
W. fi. WKf.IA
filler ronimlssioner of Lands aiul Works.
T,-iuds and Works Department, Vb-lorttt, • .t:.,
BBu-May hoi,
The Prospector is the
hest adviBrtifeing 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.
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General Hardware,
Paints, Oils  and  Yra-imhos,
Stores,Enameled iron
and Tinware.
kfissrs Slfl, PleV". Shovels, elf., Wire Cable
.mi Kusssl Wire Isnctxs.
Inland Cigar Manufacturing Co.
OF B.C., LTD.
INTERIOR
LA M0RENA
KAMLOOPS, 3 O
Cariboo and Lillooet
StSge Lines.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
COffiPAKY.
ASHCROFT, B. C.
C'.iuion nml  wny joints, Morday
v.   ,'  i  tl t; ni 'I l'rooy.
points   in   Cariboo,  Moitdnt'n.
mrl Fi Way.
Lillooot ilirer', Moinlny and Kri'lny,
Fotktol Qaoinel',9, nnd way points,
Monti >'•
Suiiti'f oemn»et vti.lt tloniiierCliBilotle
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
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W1M n V p I'RUT,   I «T«XIA.
T.APtT&iU K». K-Ttklnn EiT*rt  Knv. IVtk.
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Vifiorlft to Vancouver—Bttlly at 1 y. m. Vh.
i-»,ivfr io Victoria -Dally nt l/Utp.tn., or en ttr<
rival ot thi C.P.R. No 1 I-.iin.
NEW Wlttl'Ml^'itCR I.OKTB.
r.ef-.yp Vlntorlfl turKew tT.ihiftinfMr, J-nduer,
l.ttlii lalnftd, l';ii'ii; ci''* iVsf ~TK(Md#7„ nnm\
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VlvtorlH Hi)'! VThy f**Ttii - Wo-.It'.c-^iiiy and
sb'uuI.it hi 1 (\m
KOH ntEKK NO QUE.
Bt-Bamflhipi of t!<ii* wiraBn'iy trill l»«vo for
Fori aimpaon wnA InWimwfaJW >*M»i',i tl*
Victoria, Ut Hid Ifli1» Hdufc m«Rih tit 11 *p.in.
ALASKA ROKTK.
Sie-nnsMfts ol litis oomnaii'y tvfl| loava oT«ry.
\\% luesdicy for Wrung;*I t»*ni\ SUng*7*y nt a p.m.
BARCLAY ^'il'M'' AOUTK.
itncr  I***vf*   '<yi»/f«i   for   Alberni   »»(l
I- i   pui't»,   ou   IM** iuiu   nml   J*tl*  ol   ttdtta.
mouib,  fMi-iitliiig   la iter   trips   io   ^unnflo-v
_i:tl Cn) t: Brol i.
Xli* compAny reacrfu tha r'fht ol tbtntlii
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