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ULLOOET, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, iqoi
$2.00 a year
LTL0012T  AMD BttiOaS RIVER STORES.
J. DUNLOP.
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liners Supplies.
LILLOOST, *B.*JO,
Branch Store at Bridge River where a
full stock of General Merchandise and Min
©i^ Outfits are on hand.
J, Dunlop, General Merchant, Lillooet, B.O
Paul Santini,
OEMEAL MERCHANT; LILLOOET, B. C.
(slurries a fall  Block of all kin-la of QrOf:erIei, Dry   Goods.,   B ots   and   Shoes.
H.irdw.-ue, eto.
MiKERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
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PK30. U.  rctJLSttW, Pr^prloUr.
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ItfdiUtlnat far gu.its U no* from
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Hotel Victoria,
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This hotel tw»i»g now and thoroughly fl'iiahtd througho.it ia the only firsi
olase iiBlel in Lillooet. Pen" ins calling at L'l|o»et will receive every altuntion hj
stopping at th* Hotel Victoria. Good stabling in eoBiit-etion with the hotel. Headquarters (er the Ullooet-I.yuen stage.
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M. IL EAGLESON.
Proprietor.
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EXOELSIOa    I-ZOXJSE.
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_k« r..ir us avpplk-d with Ihu lio-H »f ;«»s, Lienors »«.'. Ultais.
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LYTTON STAGE LINE.
Stage leaves Lytton every Tuesday and Saturday morn-
wag f*r Lillooet, murning next day.    Spociftl trips made.
If yea iMwleasplat't a triji into Lillooet disti ict, write u* for inforniatiou.
GA9IER0N £ HURLEY     -:-    Lytton and Lillooat, B I
ar r_7,i;ir..__.3?-,__.;_- ,v.c_:_.s-
"*-*__£23to»^^
BridfFc River Travel
Steamer leaves tlie Mill wharf every morning (except
Sunday) at i> a. ni , for lake points.
Returning leaves tho Mission at 2 p.m.
For information concerning rates, special trips &c,
Wi*it« the company or call at the Mill wharf.
Seaton Lake Steamboat Company.
M.  P.
Kamloops, B.C.
ifarnitHre »f ivory description,  Carpets,  indeu.n,  Window Shades, Cornice Poles, etc.
p0BXKp$tmvmamE -..-v.'
THR PROSPECTOR.
BIT   RIO    _.   FRASER.
The bonding of Ihe Bend'Or Mines,
[tin May group and Counties mineral
claim to a wealthy Sew York syndicate
for the 811 in If750,000 in good news for the
Lillooet district and in fact tho whole
province. It is the intention of the of
syndicate to commence development operation on a large scale and as soon as
possible moreate the plant considerably.
The Bend'Or has heen worked the past
three years and have a ten-stamp mill
wbicb have been run with good success,
nnd the owners have shown considerable
perseverance in the manner they have
worked under the difficulties to be encountered, especially the lack of trans
poitation facilities. Monthly cleanups
have been made which averagid .'about
$5,000 and »jth the adjaoeat properties
aud increase of plant there is no doubt
hut.what the expectations of the syndicate will he realized beyond present calculations. The Ben'Or has proven itself
and wilh tbe showings and tiie work
done on the other claims are verv satisfactory.
With capital on a large >cale like this
deal it if only a short time when further
outside capital will become interested to
open up this rich free-milling district.
We learn that parties who have built
on streets will have to move their buildings aud streets opened up to the lull
width. It would be just as well to have
the fences along the main street put in
line. At present one side is iu nnd out
and not a credit to the owners. Probably if overtures were made to the government they might appoint an unbiased
commission to straighten out tbe titles
"f town lo's in Lillooet, but then it may
rev. al titles that would deprivo some of
their vested rights. At present it is
very unsatisfactory as one never knows
whether he is in right possession or not.
TO   THE   DEAF.
A rieh ludy cured of htr De_fn»sfl and KoIbo*
In tht Hrad by Dr Nicholson's Artificial Kar
Or unit, gave 910,000 to bia Institute, bo that the
deaf people unable io procure the Ear Drums
may have th«,n free. Ad_re«n No. 14523 The
Nicholson Institute, 78., Kigtufe Avenue, Vew
Yerfc,    .8.A.
J. H. Anthony.
(lener.il Merchant, LYTTON.
Storage and
Forwarding Agent
rou
Lillooet and Bridge River.
Have goods consigned to my care;
railwuy '.'barges are settled, goods stored
ami forwarded with despatch.
HOTEL.
Silverthorn Bros. Props.
LYTTON,
B. O
First-class in every respect.
Choice   Wines,   Liquors
arid Cigars.  Sample
room   t riots.
.uoscn 8 tor 1 a - rosoecfor.
FURNITURE.
A full stock of all   leda »t
UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE
ic anw for sale by
H. C. PARKER,
LILLOOET, B. C
Store anrl Repair Shop in UrM Bloak.
Call and ex a an ine  clock.       N* triMble  I*
•how gootli
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Road Tli   Prospector
$2 a year.
PROFESSIONAL   MINING   -XPERT.
The Western Mining World says: The
professional mining expert is often iin-
jnrlly and Unmercifully assailed hy the
people who cannot he made to believe
thai tl ere is any such thing as scientific
mining. The grizzled, hoary old prospector of the old school still refuses to he
guided hy the conclusions of those who
rely to an extent upon books and col-
ege professors. Sometimes the prospector is right, out then again he i« wrong,
very wrong. Il altogether depends on
whether the expert knows his business
But whether light or wrong, the sentiments of many of the old prospeetors are
expressed iu the following lines:
I am Jes' tn ol' prospector, tramp the mountains every day,
An' it isn't very often that I make a preaching
p»y»
But  I've hecrd these  minin' experts singing
scientific stuff,
Till I'm geltin' sort o' weary o' their hifalutin'
bluff.
I hold that books an' science never hit upon a
lead,
Never built two modern wonders, sieh as Crip-
pie Creek an' Creede;
hut  that  every  payin'  prospect  in the hilly
west was struck
Hy common sense _u' judgment, an' by
goi
darned
hick.
As I said at the beginnin', it is ■•Idem that I
preach,
An' I never fool with language out o' ordinary
reach,
But when science gets a-trampin' oa thc toe?
o' common sense.
Then its lime to show your hand against the
scientific gents.
I may never make a wiinin' with tbe shovel
an' the pick,
But you'll always ftnd'me tryin' an' a-kecpin'
up my lick,
An' if I should but happen on the purty yellow truck,
I will give the bulk o' credit to my
goi
darned
 luck.
About Assaying.
Often a man can tell nearly as well with a
hornspoon or pan what amount of free gold
there is in the rock about as well as he can by
assay, says the Mining & Scientific Press. The
percentage of sulphurets and their value must
be determined by an assay; but for ordinary
purposes the horn will show whether there is
value enough in the rock to lead a man to continue work on his find. The probable yield,
as a rule, can be determined as well in this
way as by a fire assay. The latter is often
misleading in gold ores, unless exceedingly
careful sampling is done. Averaging up a
number of assays is not nearly as satisfactory
as a number of horn or pan washings, as far as
ascertaining value is concerned. A prospector
moreover, cannot well be bothered with packing around an nssayer's outfit, as these things
are expensive and hard to take care of. Of
course, if a man is settled down in some camp,
it is wall to have these appliances and lo understand hew to use litem. Assayers aro to be
found throughout the mountains, even in out-
of-lhe-way places, and their charges are reasonable. In a silver, copper or lead country a
few qualitative tests are easily learned, and,
wilh some experience, a good guess nay be
made of quantity in the ore, enough at least
for the prospector's purposes For blowpipe
work considerable skill is required, and few
do assaying with lhat implement. In a gold
country it is waste of time for a man going
prospecting to undertake lo learn assaying.
Hiding Behind the Editor.
A newspaper man was asked to publish an
article roasting a citizen. "Certainly," he said
to the caller. "What shall I say?" He was
furnished with an outline of what was wanted,
and wrote an article that was a scorcher.
" That's splendid/1 said the friend, delightedly, when Ihe article wai read lo him. "That's
right; 1 h.it'll make his old hair crinkle!" "All
right," said the editor, " let me see—what
are your initials?" " Good heavens," said the
citir.cn, " you are not going to sign my name
to that!" "Why not?" asked the editor. *• I
wouldn't have anyone know I had anything lo
do with thai for the world. I cannot afford
lo get Into a scrap with my neighbors." Tbe
editor smiled benevolently antl said, "Why
should I mix up in a scrap that does not concern me? Why should you expect me to assume the blame for publication of an article to
which you are afraid to sign your name?" The
man stopped his paper and went away mad.
" What is lhe sacrament of marriage?" ask-
ed the Sunday school superintendent of a girl
in lhe juvenile class.
14 it is a stale of punishment into which we
enter to prepare foi another and better world,"
replied tlie little miss, who had learned her
lesson by rote and got things slightly mixed.
'-That is nol the orthodox answer," said
the superintendent with a deep sigh, "but
perhaps, afti r til, it may be correct."
Officer*  -"lnv Vote.
During tlie closing hours ot the late
session of the legislature,-a bill was passed winch means much to the civil servants throughout the province, as it res-
lorei to them their franchise. It will
be remembered tbat tbe tiemlin govt.n-
tuent had a clause inserted in the provincial election act aa follows:
"No judge of tbe supreme or county
court, no elieriff or deputy Bheriff, no
employe of the provincial gorernuierit
who is in receipt of salary of at least ♦300
per annum, no Bailor, marine or soldier
on ftri'l pay in the Impeiial seavice, and
ho officer In the Imperial service on full
pay, shall be eutitled to have his name
placed on the register of voters for any
electoral riding. Tbis sub-section shall
not apply to ministers of the crown, Mr.
Speaker, members of the legislative assembly, or school teachere."
Tbe last clause iu Ur. Helmcken'e bill
to further an-end the act, passed at the
hist session, repeals tb« disfranchise-
nii-ut clause -of the Semlin government
act, and now those who were deprived
of their votes are again on an equal footing wilh other ritiiens.—Colonist.
Lillooet Wild Horsci.
Here's a Buggestion for Mr. Jayne ol
wild horse fame, if he catches a number
of the animals in Lillooet which are too
light for service ae cavalry horses iu
South Africa. The item is from a paper
in Washington, where the horse flesh
cannery is located:
" The demands of war have not taken
up all of the bunch-grass cayusee from
the grazing lands of Washington and
Oregon, and the horse cannery at Linn-
ton is again doing a rushing bueineas.
The plant is not canning anything that
would carry a cavalryman, bat bat succeeded in rounding up a number of elderly fat animals which it it now slaughtering. Recently a consignment of 79
tiercel of horse meat was cleared through
the custom! bouse at Portland for Fal-
koping, Sweden. The weight of the
shipment was 31,600 pounds, and it was
valued at $1,400, which ie more than 1,-
408, which i* more than 1,400 cayuees
were worth on tbe range a few yeais
ago. 	
-umttter Service.
The summer service of the C. P. R.
will be inaugurated on Monday, June
10. On that date the Imperial Limited
timecard will go into effect, and tbe trip
will be made in the same time aa last
season, namely, 100 hours, and the hour
of departure and arrival at Vancouver
wil' also bo the tame—1 p'm. Tbe Imperial Limited will leave Montreal at
9:30 a.m., will arrive at Winnipeg two
davs later, at 6:30 p.m.. and will reach
Vancouver on the filth day at 1 o'cleck.
Tbe service will be practically the
same at lust year, in the case of the
Kamloops local and the Seattle express
The former will leave Vancouver at 7
o'clock, and will arrive at 21:10. The
International express for Seattle will depart at 9'20 instead of 8*15 ae at present,
and will arrive at 16-40 Instead 17'50,
A tfandsome Tribute.
Sayt the Trout Lake Topic: " What
ever Tom Taylor's attitude may have
been on the politual questioni arising in
the province during the two sessions he
has represented tbe North Riding in tbe
legislature, it will be admitted by all
tbat ha haa done well by his constituents
in the amount of money for public works
which he has obtained for tbem. In the
Trout Lake district alone he has tecured
a grant of over $1-1,000 and in the whole
riding an amount aggregating over $65,-
000. Thit it a brave showing for to
young a member and no matter how we
may differ from him on other questions
in politici we may give him every credit
for the attention he hat given the needs
of hit constituents."
Deputv-SherlN Pined.
The Clinton assizes concluded last Friday most unexpectedly, tbe deputy sheriff, Francit Webb, who was in charge o'
the jury in tbe Chinese murder cate having allowed the jury to eeparate. At
this was the last cate on the docket, and
the balance of the juron bad been die-
charged, the court had no option but to
dismist the jury and adjourn tbe case
until another attize. The chief justice
lined tbe deputy sheriff five hundred
dollars. We learn the fine wat afterwards remitted.
man water.
As the weather has been for the patt
week, cool and windy, the river it gradually falling and all danger of a fi +m
seems to be past. Unless the weather
suddenly turns extremely warm, tbn
river ia unlikely to exceed its present
mark. During this week tbe much-
shattered hull of the Big Bar dredger
passed Lillooet on iti way aowu the
mighty Fraser. It had probably broken
loose from its moorings. A tcow alert
passed,teeming to bave stood iti trip
better than the dredger, ae it waa in
perfect ebape. The owner and locality
of the scow are at present unknown.
M . Wm. Cumming, senior, hae been
Ludie*.osed thia week.
The Derby.
London, June 5.—William 0. Whitney's Volodyoviski won the Derby today
in the record timo of 2 minutes aud 40
4-5 -econds.
The widespread intereit in th'i year's
Derby, owing to the open character of
the rat e, was testified to by tbe vast
numberi which left London forEeeoin
'kronghout the a-oru_g,        ^^
A Seld-Heatfc" Jortier.
In a recent interview James R. Keene,
the Wall etreet autocrat, who, when he
lived in San Francisco years ago, war
one of tbe boldest speculators in Corn-
stock shares, is said to have remarked:
"Men are bad. They'M all bad. There
isn't such a thing as a good mnn. There
isn't a man in all the world I would
trust were I a woman. There are to
many really good women in tbe world
that were it not for them I fear we WoQld
all be savage*." Rut he wat (peaking1
to a woman reporter.
Andersen Mine Cleanup.
The Anderson Lake Mining A Milling
company cleaned up the end of tbe
month from a twenty days run, and secured 85 ounces of gold. Owing to
trouble at the mill caused by grease being on the plates, tbe cleanup wai not
as large ae was expected, as no doubt
considerable gold was tost. Everything
is now working well and a good showing
should be made thia month. During
tbe run in April 98 ouncee waa secured,
which amounted to $1,645.00, averaging
$16.80 per ounce.
GENERAL NEWS
A. Leamy has been appointed county
judge for Kootenay district.
Those who served in South Africa will
receive aa imperial Star ia addition to
tbe ordinary war medal.
Hon. J. H. Turner will not resign a*
provincial treasurer till after he baa been
sometime in England, and Hon. J. D.
Prentice will act as provincial treasurer
meantime.	
Sir Henri Joly de Lotbiniere returned
from California last week. He is greatly
improved in health. His sojourn in the
sunny south haa given him renewed
vigor, and be declare! he te now lit and
ready lor work.
Ralph Burnet is now In charge of the
Toronto-Lillooet Gold Reefs property on
Cayoosh creek. E. Ostrander who waa
acting for the sheriff having been recalled, the trustee now being in possession.     	
It ia aeini-officiallr announced tbat
when all tbe census returns are in, the
population of Montreal, including the
suburbs, will be about 310,000. Toronto's population will be approximately
222,000.     	
A Nanaimo despatch taya that the
South Wellington minora atrike ia ended
when the leadera declared it off and advised the men to seek work elsewhere.
Tbe strike has lasted eight months. The
Alexandria mines will not be worked for
a long time.
Mr. Dooley aaya: " A poliabmen goes
aftber vice aa an officer of the law an*
cornea away aa a pbiloaopher, Tlie
theory iv mesilt, Hogan, Croker and
other lamed miu ia tbat vice, when it'e
broke is a crime, an' whin it'e gel a bank
account ia a necessity."
At a cabinet meeting held in Ottawa
on Tueadav last Mr. Alexander Henderson, K. O., of New Westminstet, late attorney-general of British Columbia, waa
appointed judgo for the county of Vancouver. Tuie is one of the judgeships
for which an appropriation was made
during a recent session.
Returning volunteers who are entitled
exemption from assessment work on their
mineral claims for the next of kin of sny who
heve not yet returned, are requested to communicate with the minister of mines before Ihe
1st of July as that }s that is the last day for receiving applications usder the Act.
Sir Louie Daviee haa wired Attorney-
General Kberta of British Columbia tbat
the Dominion govern stent haa no objection te the province taking charge of the
fisheries to which it is entitled under
the judgment of the privy council. This
has been dono by Ontaria and 'v.-i":L»«
without trouble rbs.ril-.i-*. THE FR08F ;o„
,OGET, B 0., SATURDAY, JUNE 6 190J.
■■ oi0ioioioiqK|AaflaH-fln
a   Pavilion   $
Pacific
and Soo Line.
Shortest and most  direct
■oute to all points
EAST and 'WEST
Daily service to
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4* 7k
fS I'AVU.ION, H, C, &
$^v:^««» St. Paul and Chicago
and all Eastern United States
and Canadian points,
Passengers booked to
Alaska,
A ustralia,
China and Japan.
Trains pnes Lytton as follows:
Bast Hound, 20.57 West Bound "UK
l-oi rates pamphlets &c apply u> nearest, C.
P. P, Agent.
E. J. COYI.F, THOS. t.'LAltK,
A. G. P .A., Agent,
Vancouver, B, c. tyttou, fl.C,
JA'Si.- B. UREN
GENERAL BUCKSMITHIN
Lillooet, B, C.
Jilmrutaotuier of all kind of
MISER'S SD-ITUE8, TICKS, DRILLS, Etc.
None hut tho best material used. Miners or
prnspdeturs setfdlng in orders wil! receive.
prompt tittuntiun'imd sattsfaet'lODiguarsnteed
Ha If-Way Honse,<^
LILLO'.JKT-LVTTON KOAD.
Headquarters for all Stages,
CHARLES McGILLJVRAY, Proprietor.
vj\ OXj_A_]Ev/___IJhLi 7
ULLOOET, B. C,
All "worlc "warranted.
NOTICE.
RESERVATION OF WATER,
Notice ts hereby given that all theunrocord*
ed water in every ltvor, stream or lake ait-
luited within u belt lying between the 19th and
u>th parallel of north latitude, and extending
easterly slot a . •.lUtnnc.e tif one hundred (100)
miles from (he sea coast, is hereby reserved for
the purpose of making provision for supplying
J tower for operating pulp millB, or for other lu-
[nstrial purposes.
The water lo reserved may be acquired from
tho crown under the authority ol tho Water
; fauspa Consolidation Act by any spe*. ially In-
corpora ted company, for n so "for the purposes
above mentioned, upon.such company showing1
to the Satisfaction ol tho lieutenant-governor in
council that it is financially an**-in btherxes*
peers in a position to establish and carry on the
operation oi an Industrial enterprise 01 a bene*
ficial nature, antl subject to such terms and
conditions as lhe liouUnant-ynvernor in council may dii-.-t.t.
A record df the reservation of witter hereby
provided for Eluill  hi made by each com mis-
r-ioncr and Gold Commissioner whose distriel is
affected thereby, suid)  record and  reservation
to be subject to" the provisions oi section iL'ti (*jj
i)f thc Water clauses Consolidation Act,
W. 0. WELLS,
Chief Commissioner of Lands
aud Works.
Lund a and Works Eepartmont, Victoria, E. C,
23rd April. IIHU.
11. J. ATKIN
Lillooet. B. C,
DEAL*ER IN,
^Hardware
Stoves
Tinware
Minors Supplies.
Farm Implements
Ilarmro & Saddlery
Furniture, etc,,
All ortlerB promptly attentliHlto.
Royal Hotel,
Sucker Creek, B. C,
[U1I.N  COLLUM,   l'rot..
BRIDGE MR
TRAYELERS!!
Brett   Ranch,
First-class nccnnimoilntion for thc
traveling public. When fining to
and from thc mines make the Brett
Ranch for a stopping place. 1 lu.
best meal and btd on trail and everything neat and clean. Only white
help employed. Remember the
place when on the trail. -    -    •
.Stable   in  connection, hay and foed.
R. II. 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 yonr orders for
Letterheads, Envelopes, Billhead:., etc.    j
Tlio Prospect or, ■
IdttooetyBaC   !
Central point for Bridge
River Minora and Prospectors, Good accommodation. -    -
Stable In connection.
J B CHERRY,
A. B. TRIN. COLL., Dl'tlLIK.
BARRISTER.  SOLICITOR.  NOTARY   PUBLIC
Lillooot. 18. C,
Home Grown
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Roses,
Shrubs, Vines, Bulbs, Hedge rianu,
Seeds.
Extra choice stock of Peach, Apricot, Plum,
Cherry and Prune Trees.    New importation ol
first-class Rhododendrons,   Roses,   Clematis,
Bay Trees, Hollies, etc.
80,000 to chose from. No agents nor com-
mission to payi Orders dug tn one day you
get ii thc next. Ne fumigating nor inspection
pharges. Greenhouse plants, agricultural im-
elements, fertilizers, bee supplies, etc. l.atg-
est and most complete stock in lhe province.
Send for catalogue or call and make youi selections before placing your orders.    Address
M.J. HENRY, Vancouver
WHITE LABQR ONLY.
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MURALO WALL FINISH.   ,
_£_-#wl
A 1.   ■.■'. old   eo ssit] and a household beautificr—a dry powder, put up in five
mn ' pa* k   * b, and in twenty    ■   '  ■ atiful shades.
Wi. ii h >use cleaning be sure and use MUKALO and have something for your
work.
Easily applied and won'  rub off.    A color card for the asking,
V. •- -" -* •" -- I"
McLennan, McFeely & Co Ltd.
122 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. 6.
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THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE
SO. 4 K.-W.-O. BLOCK, NELSON, B. 0.
Oold, Silver.Lear) nml Copper Mino« wanletl at tlie EXCHANGE.
FREE MILLING (SOLD  proportlea wtmtod at once for Eastern In-
Vi'BUtra,
l'artiea liavinir niii'ilnir prnpi'i-ty [ur hhId are requested to Band  tamplo    SI
o( tlnir ore to llm 1-Xt'IlANtiE (or exhibition, ..     f
We ilenlre to liear (rom pioapeotora wlio Imve proiiileiiiginuieralclaiKia   \1
in liritisd Columbia. "■
l'ruspeelora nml mliiiiit' men are reqtuifited to make the  EXCHANGE
tliejr lieadquarteri when in Nelson.
AH samples glion.il be Kent by express PREPAID. ^3
Oorrespondence solieiteii,   Ailiiress all communications to ^1
ANPKEW   F,   KOSENBKBGER, J
Ti'lepbone No. 104.    P, 0. Rox 700. NELSON, P. C.    *l
THE WM. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING GO. Limitc,
MINING
MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO.
GAlsTAlDA.
J, M, Mackinnon
Mining Properties
Hand.ed
Properties Bondea
Vancouver
aei
nsro"W boys^_>,'
Don't Forget the Ashcroft Tailor]
WHEN YOU WANT A NEW SUIT.
t kiavfl just roceived dirrtRt from 8™tlnni the beat uelecllon of Twoedl, Worsteds, 9or_„  »
Panting, iu tbe Intorlor,  Satisfaction fruarantoed. _*
THOMAS McOOSH, Merchant Tailor, Aslicroft, Ii. C
The new stage line leaves Lytton every Monday and
Friday for Lillooet, returning next day. Special tripJ
made.    Write us for information.
Peter Rebagliati & Co., Lytton B. C.
R.F.Anderson&Co
NK\V' WF.STMINSTER, B. 0.
General Hardware,
Paints, Oils  and   Varnishes,
Stoves, Enameled Iron
and Tinware.
Miners flteel, l'lcks, Shovels, etc., Wlro Cable
und Russal Wlro Fencing.
Inland Cigar Manufacturing-Co,
OF B.C., LTD,
Our r.j)tci,-.iitii;wi
INTERIOR
LA R/IORENA
_c_v__:iJoo_3sJ b a.
Cariboo and Lillooet
Stage Lines.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
COMPANY.
ASHCROFT, B. C.
01 In ton  ami  way  points,  Monday,
Wednetday nml Friday,
All  iiointa   in   Cariboo,   Monday's,
and Friday.
Lillooot direct, Monday and Friday,
ForkB of Quesnelle, and wj> points,
Monday.
StBRes connect with bteamer   .... lotte
at .Sod.i creek.
Snccial (Jpm'eTancei Forni lied.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
NAYIGATICN 0]
(LIMITED.)    *
WHARF STKEBT. I UTORlA.f -'
TlmeTftUo Xo. fri.—Taking Bffect Nov. ifttli,'
Victoria tn Vancouver—DdU-f.at 1 p, m. Van-
cauvor to Victoria -Diiil-fat l,15p.m,. or on %
rival of the C.IM-t, No J tra-iu,
KKW WSSTJfCXSTXB ftOUTK,
Leave Victoria for New \\>stmi*_.suv, Ladnw
Lulu [-.land, Plunipor's i*iisF~Tti_s;litj- and
Friday at7 a.m. Leave N.w We(*tmin»i«r fo<
Victoria anil Wuy l'orts — Wudnu.iiluy an*^
Saturday at 7 p.m
NOHTnERN ROUTE.
BtearaahipBof this company i-rill leave f«:
Fort   Simpson  mul   Intermediate  poinla,  vi
Vit'toria, lsi and 15th aach mouth at U p.m.
ALASKA ROUTE;
Steamships of this comnany will leave rver.
Wednesday for Wrangel and Sktfgway at h p,
BARCLAY SOL'XD ROUTE,     .
Hioiimcr loaves 'etorin for Alberni nn.
8ouud portBi on thu luili ami soth ol onvlt
month, cxiciiding lntlur trips to ^unlnlna
hiiiI Cape Scott,
Tbe company reserves the right of changios
this time tiiljio at nny time w ilium: notification
0. A.CAHLKTUN,
QenerafFreight Agent,
U. B, BAXTER,
CenciMl Passenger Agent.
t Insurance.
$ General
(1
1
| Ag;ent.
l
-' li you want
tiff
°)          To insnro yonr life,
__
';          'J'o insure your property,
<_
Tu insure ncnitiBt aecitletit
^
'♦') Call on
*■*;
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Ric. A. Fraser
I
Lillooel, li. 0
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m^&^&3W¥)® ■■„:
LILOOST AND D:UD32 IIX7EB STORES.
J, DUNLOP-
GKE^IEDE^p    MIQK/CJiS: Jl1$ T
Miners Supplies.^•■•■-^^^
Branch Store at Bridge River whore i\
full stock of (General Merchandise and Min
ers Outfits are on hand.
J. Dunlop, General Merchant, Lillooet, B.C
>antim,
GENERAL MERCHANT, LILLOOET, B. C.
Carries a. full  stock of all kinds of Groceries, Dry   Goods,   B iota   and   Shoes.
Hardware, etc. _   .
MINERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
V j, J     STBMBS53B
j?xo3sr_E_i__:ia ^.oo^ex..
Lillooet, 13. C
FRED. H.  NELSON, Proprietor.
EMiTp!.   Reams   for   Commercial   Travail ers
tlvery Stable in Conneetion,  Hns mvct-
ittmmboat for guests to aud irom
^jidmbon Luke uud Iiridge ,
^lliVul*   J-OiUIid.
Hotel Victoria,
LILLOOET   B. C-*
Thia liotel bains new uiul thoroughly flniahetl llirr.utrho.it is the only first
class liotel in I.iiiooet. Poricns calling al Lillooet will receive every attention by
stopping at the Hotel Victoria. Good stabling in connection with the hotel. Head-
Muarters lor the Lillooet-Lytton 6tage.
0   9   9   0    W   8     CHAROBB   MODKKA'I'lt.     ©   ©   9   9   9   9
M. R. EAGLESON, -       - -       Proprietor.
EXCELSIOR    ZEECOTTSIEJ.
10.   FEASBB,   PBOP.
'■•ILLOOET,           -         -          ••          -         . B. 0.
The Bar Is supplied with tho l.-cit Wince, Liquors and Cigars.   —ta I
LYTTON STAGE LINE.
?q leaves Lytton every Tuesday and Saturday morning for Lillooet, returning next day.    Special trips made.
If yon contemplate a trip into Lillooet district, write us Tor information.
CAMERON & HURLEY
Lytton and Lillooet, B I.
Canadian Pacific Navigation Company.
Prtr  flUel?a St-anniers for SltiiRway nnd Alaska points letivo Victoria every Wednesday
UT HlodKcli   evening and Vancouver every Thursday at l p.m.
fit on mors for B.C. Northern Points leiive Victoria und Vancouver weekly,   Regular a ten. me
for ull British Columbia poiutn.   j'tu-iicuIarK on application, C, *. baxtick, g, f.
M.  P. GOR1
Kamloops, B.C.
Furniture of ovory description.  Carpets,  inoleum,  Win-
i '.•...' dow Shades, (Jorniee Poles, etc.
Brite Kiver Travel
•*•©
■ Steamer leaves tlie Mill wharf every morning (except
Sunday) at 9 a. m.,'for lake points.
Returning leaves the Mission at 2 p.m.
For informalion concerning  rates, special  trips &c,
write the company or call at the Mill wharf.
■ Seaton IM Steamboat Company.
Tlie only map giving the locations of the mines of this rich
free-milling camp.    Everyone interested should have one.     Price
Fifty cents.      Send for one at once.    Address:
The Prospector,
Lillooet, B. C,
Provide Against
and
-cness,
>• .■ * ■ ,
.
N'OT
LUS.
Steam Boiler Inspector'!
Examination.
A pplicatlons for examination lor Steam Boiler Inspectors will be resell I by I iu- ( hicf Iu
ipector of Stcum Boilers, New West min *• ■. B
U., np to June IOtb, 1901. Applicants must
between the ages of 25 and 60 years, tlicj
have had at least ti-"-* yeans' uracil, al ivoi kaboj
experience aa machinists or boil r make i *
must also bai a thocou-gh understanding of
-steam englneei i ...
Forms of particulars may be obtained, on re
?ucsl oi intending >*; \ llcants, from the i li el
nspector of Steam Boilers, New Wi
ii. c., and must  be prone i ly f] He l   In   and i •
turned to lilm on or bef »re yie above*m en Honed diile.
Tbe candidates Bolecfcd for examination will
then be notified m.s to date mid place ot examination.
The salary will be flQO per eventb,
*.'.. <\ \\ ELLS,
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Lands mul Works I»_i'urti..('tn, Victoria, i.e..
22nd May, 1001,
Notice of Assignment
Pursuant to Creditors Trust
Deeds Act and Amending Acts,
ubscFike for Tht frchoccior.
BY TAKING OUT A POICY FROM
IRIC-   _£_._ FRASER,
Local Agent for the Dominion of Canada Guarantee & Accident
Insurance Company, of Toronto, Ontario.
This is an ideal policy and besides covering accidents takes in eighteen different
ailment*. Don't be without some security for no one can tell when they will meet with
misfortune.    Call and see the agent and get further particulars.
Notice is hereby given that tbe Toronto.
Lillooet Gold KeefK Com pain* Limited (Noii-
PersonaJ Liability) having a registered office In
the city of Vancouver in the province of British Columbia has by deed of assignment dated
the eleventh day oi May ono thousand nine
hundred nnd one aisigned all Its personal property which may-be seized und sold under cxe-
eutlon and all its real estate credits and effect*
to Frederick C Tireman of the City of Vancouver aforesaid for the purpose after paying and
satisfying the eosts charge, nnd expenses uf and
incidental to the said assignment and of tho
paid trustee of satisfying ruteubly and propor
tionately without preference or priority the
creditors of tho said company.
The said deed was executed by the said company on the eleventh dayof Mav ono thousand
nine hundred and one and by the said Frederick C. Tireman on the seventeenth day of May
one thousand nine hundred and one.
All persons having claims against tlie said
Toronto-Lillooet Gold Keefs Company Limited
[non-personal liability] are required to forward
particulars of their saiil claims duly verified to
Frederick C Tireman, Fairfield Block, Vancouver, B. C, on or before Die 7th day of June,
1901, and all persons indebted to the said company ure requested io pay such indebtedness!
to thesaiii Frederick C. Tireman at his office in
the (-"airfield Block aforesaid.
Uated tbis 17th dav of Mav, 190].
FK£_XEKlL't_'c. TIREMAN,
Trustee.
A meeting of the creditors of the Toronto-
Lillooet Gold Reefs Company Limited [non-
personal liability] n ill be held at the offices ot
Messrs. Wilson &Senkler, Inns of Court Building corner Bastings alio" Hamilton streets in
the city of Vancouver, the solicitors for lhe
above named trustee, on the 7th dav of June,
1W], at the hour of three o'clock iu "tbe afternoon.
Dated tbis 17th dav of Mav, A. P. 1901
FREDERICK C. IIREHAN,
Trustee.
Advertise in The Prospector.
TO   THE   DEAF.
A rich lady cured of her Deafness and Noises
in the Head by Dr Nicholson's Artificial Eat
Drams gave $10,000 to his Institute, so that the
deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums
mny hove them free. Address No. 14528 The
Nienolson Institute, 780, Eighth Avenue, K«w
Tork, U.S.A.
J. H. Anthony.
General Merchant, LYTTOV
Storage and
Forwarding Agent
FOR
Lillooet and Bridge River.
Have goods consigned to my care;
railway charges are eettled, goods stored
and forwarded with despatch.
BAILEY
HOTEL.
Silverthorn Bros. Props,
LYTTON, - . B.0
First-class in every respect
Choice   Wines,   Liquors
and Cigars.  Sample
room  free.
FURNITURE.
4 full slock of all   inds of
UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE
is now lor sale by
H. C. PARKEK,
LILLOOET, B. C.
Store and Repair Shop in Uren Block.
Call and examine stock.      No trouble tc
show goods
REPAIRING A SPECIALTT.
Road Tho Prospector
12 a year. •- .
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t  V "« -r
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fSEJf-t-f -..TJ-^-^JV^V^ AHiWBW.'l"*'!^
*i<„yW-I»M«l__MMI
^wim-gww«p
ESSE
i-CCAt HEWS..
The road _8n|; cnim',i.fi -frani work .a:
ill.. Lytton road on -iVednetiliiy.
All the J.illooet jnrvmen at the Clin-
•lun MllZei returned home 0. K.
Dan  Hurley  made u flying trip into
the Bridge river mines last week.
Several more rui.ners ire© .t,lie Sloi'mi
arrived this week and lel-t for the mines.
H. J. Keary left Thursday with a pack
liorse for Iiridge river where he will re-
;n.iiu about a month rjrosoeetii g.
Mr. John Mnrshall was at McGillivray
creek last week and brought down tl.e
cl;f.riuj)Irom the Anderson hike mine.
Richard Terry returned l'.cm Cjiiuoji!
t_j« week.
A meeting of the creditors o( Ilia Tor
rmto-Lillooet Uold -"tee's Oo., Wfc« tu be
held at lhe nllee of Wilson ix Senkler,
Vancouver, yesterday to wind iip tl.e
business of the company.
**
The public school will close on Friday
tbe ISth, for the Bummer holidays. W.
Merritt Brandon who liasibeen in charge
of the .school for the past eighteen
months has given good satisfaction and
the pupils have shown an advanced increase in their siti lies.
I  'i\
m
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8
m
7R
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Thos, S. Brett and family came down
from McGillivray creek tbo firetpf the
nud (lill leave for Bridge river Bhorliy.
The steamer leaving the mill wharf on
Wednesday waa well loaded with passengers, Ireight and horses for the Bridge
Kiver mines.
W. H. Miller made a nice catch ol
J.out the lirst of the week iu Cayooeh
creek. One weighed a little OTer six
pounds.	
Donald FraBer and Matt. Gilfoil, local
poets, lelt this week on a prospecting
irip to locate som* rich ground they
know off.	
A chinaman was up in the magistrates
court Weiinesday charged with selling
whisky without a license, and wai fined
.$65 and cost.
E, J. Taylor after a sojourn in town
for Beveral days left cm Thursday morning for his mineral claims in the Bridge
river district.
Dr. Child's Ointment is the best remedy in the world for Itching Piles. It iB
Bold by Clarke _ Co., at the Pioneer
Drug Store, I/llooet.
Miss Hecks of Plumper's Pass, arrived
in town last Saturday and left this morning for Pembe-top Portage where she
will visit with Mrs. Mcintosh.
Ven. Archdeacon Small will hold divine services in St. Mary's church on
Sunday. Morning prayer and holy communion with sermon at 11 a. m.
Mrs. GibbB, wife of Mr. Samuel Gibbs,
notary, arrived iu town Saturday fiom
Hew Otuviir, She spent several weeks
at Vernon visiting her daughter.
S. A. Macfarlane had the sage brush
.cleaned olf his lot adjoining lhe Church
pf England property thia week and will
have the ground levelled and fenced.
i4i_     Canadian
Pacific
oo
Flower.
NOTICE.
' Canadian Contingent E
tion Acts."
All returned South African Volunteers, who
h.ive not already done so, are requested to
communicate with tlie undersigned wiihout delay, as also the next of kin of those deceased
or of those who have not yet returned to Brit-
ish Columbia, or any other persons interested
in mining properties held by such Volunteers.
The latest date possible for receiving applications lor exemption undo; the above Acts will
he thc 1st of July, proximo.
'RICHARD McBRIDE,
Minister of Mines.
Department of Mines, Victoria, B. C.
June, 1901.
,3r«
ILTOTICIE.
Steam Boiler Inspector's
Applications tor examination for Steam Boll-
• r Inspectors will he received by tbe Chief Inspector ol eteain Boilers, New Weitrnlnntor, B
tf., up to June 10th, 1901. Applicants must be
between the ages of 25 and 50 yean, they must
have had at least five years' practical workshop
experience as uiaehinlits or boiler makers, and
mnit also hnve a thorough undemanding of
Btcam engineering.
Ysrran of particulars may be obtained, on re-
?nest of intending applicants, from the < hie!
nspeetor of Steam Boilers, New Westminster,
B. C., and must be properly filled in antl returned To him on or before the above-mentioned date.
Tbe candidates selected for examination will
then be notified ai to date and place of examination.
Tbe lalary will be *100 per month.
W. 0. WBLUi,
Chief Commissioner of Ltvndi and Works.
Lands and Works Department, Victoria, u.C,
22ud May, 1901,
The hotel keepers are all applying for
a renewal oi their liotel liquor licenses.
The board of commissioners meet on the
1Mb..   No new licenses are applied for.
Dr. Clarke is building a residence be
bind his store, and work is being advanced by Ff. C. Parker. Mrs. and Miss
Clarke will arrive as soon as the bouse
is completed.
Seargeant J. W. Johnson and J. H.
Purdy of tho Vancouver police force left
TLureday morning for Bridge river district where they will remain a couple of
weeks looking oyer the country.
A subscription list was circulated tbis
week for tbe celebration on Dominion
Cy and was very successful. Upwards
of $300 will be subscribed for athletic
sports, baseball match and horse racing.
The steamer leaveB the Mill wharf
every daye_.iept Sunday for lafcc points,
at 9 a.m. Leaves the Mission on return
at 2 p.m. On Monday, Wednesday nnd
Saturday runs to the Portage, leaving
there oa return at 1 p.m.
Clarke*** Co., Lillooet, have a com
plete Btock ol drugs, Medicines and sundries. Letter orders promptly attended
to. Just tell them what yon want or
what the trouble is, enclosing money aud
they will do tbe rcit.
Arthur Phair, Jas. 11. S. Rowbottom
and Frant Gotl returned last (Saturday
evening from Duffy lake, the headwaters
of Cayoosh creek, where thzf had been
on a hunt for big game the past up ml I
They secured three grizzly bear.
Miss and Master Brackett came in on
Friday's stage from Lytton, having j list
come California. They will leave the
first of thr; ,>eek for Cadwallader to
soend the summer with their father, A
S. Brackett, M. £>., who ia engaged iu
wining.	
A number of ladies have chartered the
steamboat and will have an excursion
and picnic up Seatnn lake, on Wednes
titty, June 12th, The picnickers are requested to meet at the Church of E ip>
lanil corner al 7;30 a.m., where rigs will
i.eon hand to lake thein to il,e. laUo
Ever? ono is invilwl ioniten.1 bring their
h (ket .oa l«J with t»iul>:ee.
Notice of Assignment
Pursuant to Creditors Trust
Deeds Act and Amending Acts.
Xallce li hereby fiv«n that th* Toranto-
Lillooet Oold Ktdf. Company Mini te.i <N*nn-
Parsona! UabilitT) having a registered offloe In
the City of Vancouvei in the proTinco of British Columbia hai by (Ucd of aMlgn merit dated
the eleventh day of May one thbufcand nine
hundred and one aielpned all lu pergonal property which may be tiemed and -iold under execution and a 1 its real aatate credit? and offeols
to Frederick 0 Tlreraan of the City of Vaneouver aforesaid for the purpose after paying and
■atii-ifylng the coats chargec and expenses ot and
incidental to tlie said assignment and of the
said trustee of iMllfying rateably aud proportionately vrithoat preiSMnCfl or priority the
credttan of tho said company.
The said deed was executed by the said company on the eleventh day of May one thousand
nine hundred' and one mid by the said Frederick C. Tireasnu on the seventeenth day of May
one thousand nine hundred and one.
All persons haYine claims against the said
Toronto-Lillooet Gold Heefs Company Li asked
[aon-personal liabilityl arc required te forward
Particulars ot th.lr said claims duly verified to
redfrick 0 Tireman, Fairfield block, Vancouver. B. On on cr before the 7th day of June,
1901, and all persona indebted to tho said company are requested to pay such indebtedness
to the said Frederick C. Tireman at his office 1h
tbe Fairfield Block aforesaid.
Dated tkis 17th day of May, 1901.
FKKUKklCK   0. TIKI-MAN",
Trustee.
A meeting of the   creditors of thc TnrouVe
LUlo'oet  Oold   Reefs  Company Limited [non-
Sernonal liability! will be neid at theoflceaof
lessrs. Wilson A Benkler, Inns of Court Building corner Hastings and Hamilton street. In
the city of Vancouver, the solicitors for tbe
above named trustee, on the 7th day of June,
1901. at the hour of three o'clocl In the afternoon.
. (Dated this 17th dav of May, A. n  lMt
FKIDKfUCK C, TIBKMAlf,
TruHtee.
/*,;     H. a \V. CUMMING, Mf-_n,        ■**
Gy p*v:lio.\, n. c. <*
GENERAL BLACKSMITK
AND HORSESHOEING.
Lillooet, B. C,
Manufacturer of all kind of
MJNER'8 SUPPLIKfl, PICKS, DRILLS, Kte.
None but the best material used. Mluers or
prospectors Bonding In orders will receive
prompt attention and saUsfuctaoajgnaiantceil
Half-Way House,«^_
LILLOOET-LYTTON ROAD.
He»<lquartcr5 for all Stages.
CHARLES McGILLIVRAY, Proprietor.
j". ciJA.__^_5_:__LiT
LILLOOET, 13. C.
Watchmaker.
AU work warranted.
NOTICE,
M6MRVATION OF WATER.
NOTICB is hereby given that all the unrcoord-
ed water iu every titer, ft ream or lake situated within a bolt,lying betweeu the 49th and
65th parallel Of north latitude, and extending
easterly for a distance of one hundred (IPC)
miles from the sea coast, li hereby reserved for
the purpose of making provision for ■upplyluf
power for operating pulp mills, ur fur olner industrial purposes.
The water eo reserved may be acaulred from
the crown under the authority oi the Water
Clauses Consolidation Act by any ape lally Incorporated company, for use for tho purposes
above mentioned, upon such company shnwint;
to the fi at!»faction of thelieiUenani-g-nvernsr lu
council that it la financially and in other res-
pecta In a position to establish i nd carry on the
operation of an Industrial enterprise of & beneficial nature, and Bub*)*-t to such torms and
woudltions as the lieutenant-governor In council may direct,
A record of the reservation of water hereby
provided I'or shall  ba made by each com rain*
sloaer and Gold Commissioner whose diutriet Is
affected thereby, sueh record and  r^nivni], i,
to be subject to the provisions of section UO (8)
of the VYawr Clauses Consolidation Act,
W. C. WELLS,
Chief CammisBioner of Lands
aud Works.
Lands and Works Eepurtment, Victoria, B. C.
_Srd April. If01,
BRIDGE RIVER
TRAVELERS!!.
Brett   Ranch,
First-clase accommodation for the
traveling public. Wh<M going to
and from the mines make the Brett
Ranch for n stopping place. The
best meal and bed on trail and everything neat and cleau. Only white
help employed. Remember the
place when on the trail. -    -    -
Stable   in  connection, hay and faad,
R. H. BRETT,     •     -    -     Proprietor.
NOTICE.
The Bonrd   of   Llronfio   rnmmlnfllonori  will
on tl:
pplic;
mest Hi thii (!oi]rt House, Ullooet, B.O . on the
loth day of June, MM, to consider the n
Duncan Primer pf the Excelsior Hotel, Lillooet, II. v., for ii rohewal of hin hotel liquor
license.
Application of Fred II. Nelson of the Pioneer
Hotel, I.iiiooet, II. ('., lor tt renewal of his hotel
liquor license.
Application ol Mark II. Eagleson of the Hotel
Victoria, I.iiiooet. R. C., for ti renewal of his
hotel liquor license.
Application of John Collum of the r.oyal
Holt,!, Bliokcr creek, Hri<lg* Kiver, 11. C, for a
renewal of his hotel liquor license.
K. A. HOME,
Chief License Inspector,
West Lillooel-icenBO District.
Lillooet. B, C„ 1st. June, 1901.
Vancouver, Ii. O.
nUKTON „ BLACK8TONE, Pr6;t»
Headquarters  for   mining    meC.       EurOtlCu
I-'*4-
The Prospector is the
best advertising medium in this seetion.
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.
The Prospector,
Lillooet, 13. C.
Advertise in The Pros-
peg'or.
Shortest .s.vt.4 most direct
route to all points
EAST and WEST
Daily service "to
St. Paul and Chicago
and all Eastern United States
and Canadian points.
Passenger* booked to
Alaska,
Australia,
China and Japan.
Trains pass LvttoB ae follows:
Silt Bound, 10.67 West Iml 6.BS
I'or rates pamphlets _c. apply to nearest C.
I'.  P. Agent.
E. 3. COTLB, TKOS. C_»»K,
A. a. r .tt., *(»t,
TanooBv.r, H. C, -jtMa, B.C.
K. J. ATKItf
Lilloaet I. 6,
DBA.I.KR IK,
Hardware
Stovei
Tinware
Miners Supplie*
Farm Implement*
Harncfi A Saddlery
Furniture, etc.,
All orders promptly attwa-tslt*.
Royal Hotel,
Sucker Creek, B.C
JOHN COLLUM,   Tt»f.
Central point for Bridge
Kiver Miners and Prospectors. Good accommodation. -   -
Snkle in connection.
J B CHERRY,
A. B. TBIH. COLL., BBI1LIK.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY  PUBLIC
I.llli»ort. Bi. CI
Home Grown
Fruit and Ornamcnlkl Trees, KotMS,
Shrubs, Vines, Bulbs, Hedge P.wts,
Seeds,
Extra choice slock of Peach, Apricot, Plum,
Cherry and Prune Tre«. New importation »f
firEt-clas* Khodfjdendrens, Roaes, Clematis,
Bay Trees, Hollies, etc.
80,000 to chose from. No agents nor com-
■anifixi"n to pay: Orders dug in one dtf you
j;ct it tlie next. No fumigating nor inspection
pharges. Greenhouse plants, agricultural ino-
clements, fertilizers, bee supplies, etc. Largest and most complete stock in tlie province.
Send for catalogue or call and make your selections before placing your orders.    Address
M.J. HENRY, Vancouvtr
WHITE LABOR ONLY.
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A household n^c.w^itv and a houselwkl beauliier^a Wry pew'dtT, pvit op «i Sre
pound packages, and in twenty-fire beaatiful shades.
When house cleaning be sure snd use MURALO aaa have eJmetMj: (°f rblu
work,
ICaiily applied and jron' rub off.    4ilol.il car-.l fat 13H idling.
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MoLennan, HcFeety & Go. ltd.
122 Cordova Street, Vaneouver, B. 0.
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NO. 4 K.-ty'.-U. BLOCK, KELSOX, B. O,
Gold, KiU-rrLeail and Copper Mints wrmWd at th* KXCHARGM.
K1UC10 iIIl,IJNt.i GOLD   proporiii'S  wants, at o»ce lor B»sta«_ Ic-
Teetors.
Parties liavlnir miningoroperty (or sal* ant e*cj««tt*d to ttmi swuyie
of tbeir ore to the LXCHAKGK lor exhibition.
We desire to hear from prospectors who hare »romisliig aiiaer-1 cUlaiS
in British. Culuinhia.
Prospectors and wining men .are requested to make tbe  IXOTsLAXQSI
their headquarters when in Nelson.
All samples jhould he sent by express FRIPAID,
Correspondence aolicUed.   Address all couinunlcatloae to
ANDRKiy   JT.    KOHBKBJiBOJIB.   .
Telephone No. 504.   V. O. Box 700. NBLSOJt, B. C.
THE WM. HAMILTOHI MANUFACTURING 00. IWtod
MINING
MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO,
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J, M. Mackinnon
Mining Properties
Hand.ed
Properties Bondeo
Vancouver
B. 9'
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Don't Forget the Ashcroft Tailor
WHEN YOU WANT A NEW !fU_T.
T have Jnst roeelrotS direct from 9_«tlan>1 tha bflst ulcrtUa tf Tn**d(h Wo*Ti.»4a,
Paatla|[i la tho Interior.   Satisfaction miarnutuert.
THOMAS McCOBfl. Marehnat Tailor, AikaraR, I(. A
■ wa-- MaatoO 4*_. ■»__»
Lytton Stage
The new stage line leaveg Lytton »v»rj M»nd»y._»d
Friday for Lillooet, returning next day. S-Meial tripj
mad».   Write ug for information.
Poter Rebagliati <£ Co., tyVWai 1, &
R.F.Anderson&Co
BBV WKBTMINSTBK, B, C.
General Hardware,
Paints, Oils and Varnishes,
Stovos, Enameled Iron
and Tinware.
Miners atMl, ricks, Shonls, ste., Wlr. Cakle
and Ruiltl Wire F«ncl»r.
Inland Cigar Manufacturing Co.
OF B.C, LTD.
CBtar •p*«l_ltl*-l
INTERIOR
LA MORENA
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Cariboo and Lillooet
Stage Line*.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
COMPANY.
ASHCROFT, B. C,
Clinton  and   war points,  Monday,
Wfdne»day and Friday.
All points   iu   Cariboo,   Monday's,
and Friday.
Lillooet direct, Monday and Friday,
Forks ol QdHnelle, aud way poiuU,
Monday.
Stages conaaet with steamer Charlotte
a' Sua a creek.
ipenial -vnreyer.t.-s Fumtsli*!*.,
CANADIAN PACIFIC
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canrur tn Vlotorla -ballr at |.l-*».**., »r *« 4f-
riral at (be C.r.R. Nt i Mi,
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L-naTe Victoria fur New -ITaat-alaBtar, \\im\Mt_i
Lulu Inland, hlumpar'i Tnt*-T\t9*4*y aa#
Friday al 7 n.m.   Laava !f«w  WwlMlmat*! ter
Victoria,    -.ml     Wny    r«i \u   - Wt4li,-ft_4»y    a*4
rimurday tt 7 _.m
ROUTUKKir BOVTL
Staaruatiip* af (bin   MM^oif   wlU l«_tv* i*w
Port   SiuiMon  aud   iau>rw-edl_ta  -^•lata,   tin
Victoria, fit aud l.lU raak nvaik at U y.m.
ALABKA KOtfTlt.
StaftniHlilpii uf tUla uwumauy will Uat« my
Wedneaday lor Wra^jwl md Ika-priy at I p^m.
bauclaV -.oumii t-orfK.
Ntaamar  loare*     'ataila   far   AlWrnl    a»4
Bound   porti,  •»   \h* UUt   aa-t Wik al   «aa_i
moult),   -eitondlag   Utter    tiijw   te   <*uatalaa
and ('ai • St-oti.
Tha cem^nny ra-«rTM tlia rlchl «tt ahaaatu
tali tima labia ai a»y tima wllbomt m*ti Im(]«^
• . A.lABUiflS.
•atiaral FralaUt Aa«uT.
U. t. BAXTKR,
••aaral Fmmtfumt AgvJtb,
| Insurance.
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f_\ To insure your »r»p«rty,
•* Te insure afeiast accident.
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S     Rla» A. Fraser
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Ialloaet, 15. C. <£

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