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LILLOOET, B   C, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1901
S2.00 a year
lilooet Axo.aiuoar: iuveh stores.
I   HI INI OP
GTvisr-Ei-EbjLXj   i-JLxnxiGxxjLixrr
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iners bupplies."^"^
Branch Store at Bridgo River where a
full stoek of General Merchandise and Min
ers Outfits are on hand.
J. Dunlop, General Merchant, Lillooet, B.C
Jau\ Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT, LILLOOET, B. C.
Carriea a full Block of .-.1: kiwis of Gio cries, Dry   Goods,   B.,ots  and   Shoes,
Hardware, etc.
WUEm' OUTFITS A SPECIA TL^
j? roasr_g___3 _=Io_?_b_..
Mtteoet,  1.1.   _.
PftHo. II. NELSON, Proprietor.
sample   11-oipk   for   Commercial   Tmvoltm
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.t*j,,!^),i [Juke itnri bi :,;■.-,.•
ittU'CJ   puullA,
Hotel \
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LILT.COST  33. C-
This hot?! being nci nnd thA-.in.-li I r finishod tlir-.;i_ho.it Is the only firel
class hotel in Lillooet. (Vrs>ns calling ul Lillooet will receive erery attention In
stopping at the. Hotel Victoria. Good rtatjiing in connection with lire hotel. Ilyad-
<iuarterfi fur the Lillooet-Lytioti stage.
9   9   O   O   O   6     CHAHSCS    MOOEHATB.     Q   9   9   e   O   9
M. It. EAGLESON,        ■       - -       Proprietor.
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ID.   5'.HA._EH;   .HOP.
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S?;..? Bur ia«upplit<l with the !v.-rt Wines, Liquors and Ci-nrp. _-______.!
LYTTON STAGE LINE.
Stago leaves Lvtton overy Tuesday and Saturday morn-
iagfor Lillooet, t-elunihi^uext day.    Special trips made.
If y»n contemplate ainp into Lillooel d'suitd, wrlip_< for Information.
CAMEROi. & HURLE r     •:-    Lytton and Lillooet, B L.
: ft ii ■ ."A    • ■, ■• i   •   > ri "" I     —gsss**5*
Wlufil illVCJ ir3\Ci ^^
Steamer leaves *.'■■ Mill vvhari ovcrv morning (except
Sunday) at 9 a*, tn . /•.; lake point.-,
Returning lctivea [.he     ission al 2 p.m.
For informal ron etmeerning rates, special trips &c.;
writfl the company i.  vi: *.i tlie iVlii] wharf.
Seaton Lake Steamboat Company.
, M.  P. GORDON,
J a 'i 91': t£M~ii"sQ      Y"£ (P*
i.l ■ .: .. r_!j>-».,    JD.S.   .
s
Furniture of eve';-;.- ,'i*-. ri pi inn.  Carpets,  hntaura   Window Shade?, Cornice Polo*, etc
THE   STEADFAST   ONE.
The world may laugh to see me fall,
Iiul mother won't!
The world may deem me weak or small,
But mother won't!
The crowd may say, if I some ilay
•Succeeil in winning, lhat I win
Trough luck, or in some shameful nny
Thai all bul fools and knaves would slum,
But mother won't I
Thc world may cavil at my song,
But mother won't!
My friends may sneer if I go wrong,
liut mother won't!
The child thai claims my life, and she
Thai gave me all her heart one day
May sometimes lose her faith in me,
And mercilessly turn awa)—
Uut mother won'l!
—Superior Telegram.
THE   CHINESE   COMMISSION.
This commission from the results of whose
labors British Columbians expect so much in
lhe matter of Chinese restriction held ils closing session for ihis province last week. Il has
taken evidence in every important labof center
in the province, and ihe government at Ottawa
is now in a position to deal fairly with British
Columbia on this question.
A feature of thc closing day's session were
addresses by counsel, Mr. A. D. Taylor appearing for the Chinese and Mr. Charles Wilson fur the province. Uoth gentlemen made
splendid efforts on behalf of their clients.
Mr. Taylor's chief argument on behalf ot
the Chinese was that cheap labor is absolutely
required and lhat many mills were able to run
and stand competition only because they could
employ cheap labor. In the canneries they
were especially essential as it was impossible
to obtain while labor when it was most needed.
If the Chinese were excluded these canneries
would hive to close don n. The Chinese also
are working many abandoned'placer claims,
Ihe revenue from which would be otherwise
lost to the province. Mr. Taylor also claimed
that the Japanese were a worse menace to
white labor tlnan Chinese, as they adapt themselves more readily to American manners and
TO   THE   DEAF.
A rich Indy cured of hor Deafness mid Noises
in the Iictid hv Dr Nkljolaon'a Artificial Ear
Drums, $&ve fnu'w to bis Institute, so itim tha
deaf people unablo to procure tire Bar Drums
may bave tht'iu ft**;.. Address No. 14623 Tho
-Nicholson Institute, 780, Eighth Avenue, New
York, i .S.A,
J. H. Anthony.
deneral Merchant, LYTTON.
Storage and
Forwarding Agent
FOR
Lillooet and Bridge River.
thus acquire a firmer hold in the eounlry. Oul
of $i,ooo,oa>o worth of goods purchased in
Victoria, only $100,000 found its w-ay back to
China.
Mr. Wilson in reply stated thai the mills
and canneries would not suffer by the restriction of Oriental labor as there arc ample of
lhat class in the province now to supply all
die cheap labor for years to conic. Chinese
laborers have received $Sl9,ooo wages in fifteen years, and the Chinese merchants make
from 60 t» 75 per cent on their investments.
The countries which pay the highest wage to
workingmen are the most prosperous and vice
versa. Mr. Wilson closed with an eloquent
appeal lhat Canada should not be engulfed in
a sea of Oriental immigration.
It is very doubtful it the government on the
strength of the report of the commission will
feel called upon to take any severe action in
restricting the Chinese, The people of hritish
Columbia are, not sufficiently unanimous on
the question. Tne majority of labor employers
admit that they would rather not employ Chinese bat claim ahat ihey must do il to avoid
bankruptcy. The same feeling runs all over
the province. Hundreds of men task a lot
about the evil the Chinese are doing the country, and yet employ Chinese cooks in their
kitchens because they can use them more like
a horse than a human being. We very much
doubt if white servant girls could get employ,
ment in Ilritish Columbia. The truth is that
employers are very solicitous for the welfare of
the workingman except when their pocket
books are affected. If the Chinese immigration is to be restricted, the moral feeling of
the province against it must become so over-
whehnningly strong thai lhe government will
understand that they simply have got to do
something; if the feeling is lukewarm, employers hating Chinese like poison but caring less
for the welfare fff workingmen who are their
own countrymen, then we will wail io tlie'mil-
lenium for any alleviation of this crying evil.
Kltj   TKOllr   IN   CAYOOSH   CKE-K.
The Baseball Game.
Lillooet baseball team seem to have a very
good opinion of their ability lo handle the
leather. A letter was received by J. A. Mreul-
ner this week asking him to try and bave a
learn formed of players from Kamloops and
Ashcroft and come over and play them on July
1st. Mr. Bremner wrote Kamloops and received a reply stating  that ihey would only be
A contribution to" Field and Stream,"
thus describee the catching of a good
fish: In the summer of 1896 I bad occasion to vieit the little mining town of
Ullooet, B. 0.i distant some sixty miles
from tho Canadian Pacific Kail way.
Leaving Ashcroft in the pule starlight
of a summer morning, in an old style
Cariboo stage, drawn by four spanking
horses1, otic winds along tbe. celebrate!
Oariboo road, now through Marble C .t -
yoi» with its beautiful while c,ift,a.d
anon tjiling aJong the bills of the Jfnvil-
ion range, or gating down the precipitous
banks to the migliiy FraEer river fur below. We changed horses several times
during the day, and reached our destination "just as the sun went down."
Having finished my busine.-s of inspecting a mining proposition, I hai to
lay over a day waiting for the return
stage. Au old one-piece bamboo rod
standing in the corner of my bedroom
attracted ruy attention and i decided to
go fishing. Wending my nay to a store
1 asked for fishing tackle. " None to
sell, sir," was the reply, " but I can
lend you a line." So I borrowed a line
here, some flies from another, a reel
from u third., and started, for Oayoosh
creek nbout [1 ur miles away, where I arrived about three o'clock. A line sum-
t_er day, bright run, too bright bv far
for fishing, and a strong btecze. Fished
up and down stream, now on one side
and now on the other, nri 1 iI about five
o'clock, with only t./osmall trout for my
pains. Coming to a likely pool where
the creek was 60 or 70 feet wide and running like a mill race, an immense boulder caused a beautiful eddy. To cast into
tbe pool I had to get dowu from a five-
foot Lank and stand on a nairow pebh'y
beach; Afier whipping lhe stream foi
fifteen or twenty ininuiee without any
sign of arise, I was on the poi«t of reeling up and going home in disgust when
I saw a fine, tiig fisli jump cleat out of
the water, coming up slreaiu. I thought
from bis sine lliat he was a .salmon, bul
concluded to make auoihercajt or two
before leaving.
At the second cast usy friend came
aith a rush which carried him we'll out
of the water—and I realized that I had
fun ahead. As soon as I struck him
there was a screech from my reel, and
away he went right across the creek.
Gradually letting him feel the pull 1
worked him in a bit, tten there wan a
rush up the creek, then a sulk, with
continued tugs which made aie wonder
Excursion Up Scalar) Lake.
Lillooet society awakened Irom itaap-
pareutly dead state ou Wednesday and'
held a really enjoyable exclusion n$Seaton Luke. About thirty shared lhe enjoyment. Camp was pitched near the
I'orlage bridge at.d untold eumbers of
1 aSke's htden with good things were produced. The male portion of the ccru-
pany seemed to especially relish vinegar.
When full justice had been done tl.e
viands the party journeyed over to Anderson lake where a pleasant hour wat
spent, luating, fishing, etc. Everyone
voted the picnic a great Buccess, the
ladies of Lillooet know how to uiake »
picnic enjoyable.
What might have proved a verv serious
accident befell Mrs. W. Cumming, jr
and Miss E. Cherry who fell backwards
off one of the wagons when returning
from the picnic. The supports, of the
?e it gave way ami ladies were precipitated with great force on the ground.
Luckily the mishap had no ecr.ious results.
Accident at Ashcroit.
An accident whereby a horse and
buggy are now at the bottom of tho
Thompson river occured at Ashcroft last
Tueedaynight. Mr. Gran, manager of the
Lank of B.N.A. of that town, was taking
a drive inio the country, aud onerutsing
lhe bridge the horee suddenly shied and
went over a precipitous embankment
plunging into the seething waters below.
Neither horse nor buggy have been seen
since. Mr. Cran was accompanied by
his eldest son, and both escaped by being
thrown from tho buggy by the sudden
turn which the horse m-adejustas it went
over. The affair was but the work of a
few teconds, and Mr. €ran is to be congratulated on the marvellous escape of
himself and his son.
able 103,'et two or three players to go, so it i.s, whether my tackle would hold tonether.
A BI15 Catch.
A sturgeon, measuring seven feet four
inches lotia and wtighin^ a'bout four
hundred pounds was eau-bt in ti.o
Fraser river last week from the dredger
by J. MeCallum and James Amess. The
lish is the largest yet caught in Lillooet?
as the big sturgeon do uot as a rule find
their wav up this far.
The fish was purchased by two men
at a good price and brought to town to
le disposed of but while aeiivasJi was
engaged in cleaning it, several of 1.1-
looet's "enterprising " citizens got away
with all of it, leaving lhe owners the
head and tail, as a result the two men
are several dollars in the hole.
doubtful if the challenge will be accepted.—
Ashcroft Journal.
Ifour boys intend to play a strong team
,uch as Ashcroft anil Kamloops combined can
send, theySiaci heller get in and drill. With
the exception of the game with the Ample men
we have not noiiced one practice yet.
If the Kamloops and Ashcroft hoys decide to
come, however, we can assure 'hem that they
will have a go id time while here.
Have goods consigned to my care;
railway charges are settled, goods stored
and forwarded with despatch.
BAILEY
HOTEL.
Silverthorn Bros. Props.
LVTTON, - - U. C
A North Dakota paper says that a lown
physician recently sent a bill for sar.vices
rendered, ami in about ten days received his
bill through the mail, with the following nol-
ice written on lhe back:
" Deer Sur—This note was put in my liox
by mistake. I haul the man, hee's dead, and
ain't any relation of mine anyway. I don't
see how your conshens will let you dun the
deed. Why don't you live a better criston
life, and try to meet that man who died in
heaven,which is worth more than forty dollars
to<er,ny doctor."
Then he tore down stream until I felt it!
was time lo put oil tbe brakeB again. 1
Thus the fight, went on, now up, now i
down^and now across 6tream, until, nt j
the expiration of 43 minutes my prize
was dead tired, und I had him coming
in wilh ouly occassional flops of his tail.
Sanding on a four-foot beach with a
live-foot  bank behind  one, without net
An Aerial Route. '
We learn a moveieon foot in Ashcroft
to have an aerial route from Ihattown
to Lillooet, tbe residents of that enterprising burg realizing that it must have
closer communication 10 Lillooet to
amount to very much. Tliey never appreciated the Lillooet trade nut il it was
or gaff, made the task of  landing a big !tllken a,va-v' aDl1 so as to reg'li'i thi*. the
lish a difficult one, aud I feared I should  lnlk is now t0 build a w;,S°n roaJ (">ta
lose bun. By kicking the stone? awny I
made a small bay. into which I gradually worked his noBe, then struck him
on tbe head a couple of good whacks
with a stone, aud I bad my lish. By
tbe time I bad earned him four miles
Ashcroft over Ihe mountain, coming out
near the Fouutain, Ure distance being
estimated at about thirty miles. We de
not know whether tbe government will
give aid in this but we presume Mr. Kii-
lon lhe road man, will take a flying trip
First-clasa in every respect.
Choice Wines,  Liquors
and Cigars. Sample
room   free.
FURNITURE.
A lull stock of all   iirls of
Thc State ol Kansas has for long years been
nonim-i'ly a prohibition State, and the law
has been  enfoued perhaps  as well  as such
Irastic laws can be, Spiiits are allowed lo be
sold only as " medicine," and lhat is how the
following story came to be told. A bronzed
and stalwart   cowboy planted a " two-gallon
wQiijohn' on the counter of a chemist' s shop.
" Fill her up," he said, " baby's sick."
A large gathering of Indians at Chilliwack
last week decided unanimously against accepting the canners1  offer of 12 cents  per lish for
July and lo for  August.    Thirty-three chiefs
gned a petition to iii. the   price at 15 cents
hack to  town  I thought be weighed 20 j over the proposed route before anything
pounds, but on scaling him at the store  definite ia done,
in the presence of the usual assembly of'
evening politicians Ire wus put down at
eight and three-quarter pounds, ami the
largest  trout that ever came ont of Cayoosh creek.    He was a rainbow trout ol
great beauty, and had given me us line
sport as any lish 1 bud ever struck.
War Clouds In  tlia East
A Ohilliwack despatch says lhat there
is a row on at Mount Baker over the result of the American survey of tbe boundary line. The American surveyors located the line .1,849 feet further south
than it was supposed to be for the last
three years. Two thousand feet 0/ the
Golden Chariot and Golden Blur claims
were shoved ovei   into Canada.     These
The Journal of Oomiueroe publishes a ! are   owned   by   Seattle and   Mow York
despatch from   Washington  as follows:   People.
Advices from the Orient are fa,r from reassuring as the tnainleuance of peace in '    ThroughoM the months of June, J uiy,
ihe future, eveti  after the sucoesslul ad-! VlIKu8t' September and October Ihe Ctn-
juslmeiitof the existing dilliculties bc-|"'lian 1>-U'ilic will sell tickets for tlve Fau
tween  China  and  the [lowers.   Those { Anreril'an EiblblHon at reduced rntcs.
who have recently come from Japan con-1 T,ie lil'l'el8 will  be good on trains ieav-
firm   the  reports of  trained observers 'n* Vancouver on the 1st and 3rd Tuee
there   that Ihe Japanese are generally I1'"''   of   eai;u   m°nlh   and nre good for
preparing (or  earlv war   with   Russia, j tllirty d*v-8-     Continuous passage, ami
Intimations several times have been giv- !810P <m'r Privileges returning.   The fare
A meeting of the grand lodge will be held ihis   en sinoa.Uie close of war between China J ,vi" be **! rc,«Tn' fiTSt <Ja*'s-
Subscrifes for The Prospector,
Ur-TO-ME FURNITURE
is now for sale by
IT. a PAKKEK,
LILLOOET, n. C.
Store and Repair Shop in I'rcn Bluck.
Call and examine stock,     j\'o trouble to I
,' show goods
REPAIRING 'A SPECIALTY.
Read Tho Prospector
reek in Vancouver,
vill be come to.
at which a final decision
The lown lot behind the telegraph office
and adjoining tne Methodist parsonage is lieing
cleared, and in a few weeks lime the jail will
he moved on to it. An addition whII be built
on for lhe accomodation of the constable. Thrs
is a move in the right direction, and the noisrs
emanating from tbe jail will not disturb tbe
icsideues on the Main street.
and Japan in 1895 thai Japan would regard iuierference with the autonomyof 1 It is expected that a special assize will
Korea as « hostile act. The Japanese, \ be held for the trial of the Chinese tnur-
inefcdins their representative ministers,; der prisoners, and indeed the universal
have firinlv made up their minds that { opinion is that this should be eo, as it
when the results of Kussian intrigues are j would be a great liurdshipon the twoac-
discov.red in an open movement hostile jcusel Chinaman if their trial were put
to Japan, Hie Japanese army ehall be off tl i the Fall Assir **,' more especially
landed in Korea.and Russia warned that j as they cannot be held responsible for the
sire must retrace tier sleps or ligjit.
unfortunate turn of affairs atCliuton*
few days ago
The Bailey Hotel at Lytton has chan-
gcd hands,uud Menus. Silvertnorn Bros,
who have had the hOUsQ leased  for the,
past four years have given it up and Mr.
,1. McMillan bus taken charge and will be
11 lo band aceoirinioiiate the__t___ ol
Messrs. Brown and Olarke have pur-! J. P. Forde connected, with tiie Tor-
chased from Dan Hurley the piece of, onto-Lillooet Gold Beefs Company, re*
.round adjoining tbe butcher Bhon and j turned from Vancouver Wednesday. Ail
are excavating with lhe inieution of put- '' parties to whom (be company ie indeb-
tingiiip a building lor business purposes. ■ Isd' will be eettled w iih shortly.
■Mr. Clarke will  have his watchmaking j ——.	
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PAVII.iON, B, C.
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JAS. B. UREP!
GENERAL BLACKSMIT1II1
AND HORSESHOEING.
Lillooet, 1$, C,
Manufacturer uf all ktiul oi
MINBU'E StfPPLJES, PMJKfl, DRILLS, Etc.
None but tho best material aged. Minora or
prospectors sending Iq orders will receive
prompt attention apd s^tisfaot-lonSgumantoed
Half-Way Housoi<5^
1.11.1 O' lET-LYTTON KOAp.
Headquorlers for all Stages.
CHARLES McC.II.I.IVKaY, l'roprieto
J~. CL-A tri/_B_IJ±J,
Lillooet. B. C.
I.lLt.OOl'.T, IJ. C.
Watchmaker,
DEALER IN,
Hardware
All woikwairanlc).
Stoves
^^^
Tinware
Miners Supplies
JHBBl
Farm Implements
NOTICE.
HarncfS & Saddlery
Furniture, etc.,
RESERVATION OF WATER,
All
orders promptly attendedto.
	
NOTICE is hereby given thnt nil the mi recorded waiei* in every liver, stream or lake Minuted within u belt lying between tho 19th and
bath parallel of north latitude, and extending
easterly for u distance of one hundred (100)
miles from the sen coast. Is hereby reserved for
ihe -purpose of making provision for supplying
Sower for operating pulp mills, or for other lu-
ustritU purposes,
Tbo water so reserved may be ar-nulnvd from
the erown under tbo authority oi tbe Water
On uses Consolidation Act by any ape- lally incorporated company, lor use tor tho purposes
above mentioned, upon such company xhowing
to tho satisfaction of the lieutenant-governor in
council that it is financially und in other respects in a position to establish and tarry on tbe
pperatton of an Industrial enterprise oi a bene-
floial nature, and subject to audi terms and
conditions as the lieutenant governc-T in council may direct
A record ol thp  reservation of water hereby
provided for Biiall  ba. made by each commissioner and Gold commissioner whose district is
affected thereby, such record and reservation
io be subject to the provisions of Boction 136 ('.>)
pf tbe Water Clauses Consolidation Act.
W. C. WELLS,
Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works.
Lands nnd Works Eepartiu_nt, Victoria, li. C
:Srd April. I'M-
BRIDGE RIVER
in;
Canadian
Pacific
and Soo Line.
S''in.i'lt'sl  (and   most  direct
route to all points
EAST and "WEST
   r—-
Dailv service to
St. Paul and Chicago
and al} Eastern United States
and Canadian points.
Passengers booked to
Alaska,
Australia,
China and Japan.
Trains pass Lytton as follows:
Ensl Bound, 20.57 West Bound 5._
J-or rales pamphlets _c. apply to nearest C.
1'.  P. Agent.
;•:. j. chyle, tiios. clark.
A. 0. I' .A., Agent,
Viuicouver, B. C. Lytton. B.C.
K. J. ATKIN
Royal Hotel,
Sucker Creek, B. C.
JOHN COLLUM,   Prop.
Central point for Bridge
River Miners and Proa*
pectors. Good accommodation.     „-■-•»
Suble in connection.
J B CHERRY,
A. H. THIN, COLL.. DUBLIN.
BARRISTER. SOLICITOR,  NOTARY  PUBLIC
Lillooet, 13. Cj
Brett   Ranch
First-class- accommodation for tlie
traveling public. \\'hen K°'nB tn
anil from the mines make the lirtn
Ranch for a stopping place. The
hest meal anil bed on trail anil everything neat anil clean. Only white
help employed. Remember the
place when on the trail. ....
Stahlc  in connection, hay and feed.
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 he here in
a few days, so bring
in your orders for
Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads, etc.
The Prospector,
Lillooet, B, C.
Home Grown
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Roses,
Shrubs, Vines, iiulbs, Hedge Hants,
Sect's.
Extra choice stock of Peach, Apricot, Plum,
Cherry ami Prune Trees.    New importation of
first-class Rhododendrons,   KosMj   Clematis,
Bay Trees, Hollies, etc.
So.QOo to chose from. No agents nor commission to pay: Orders dug in one day you
get it the pext, No fumigating nor inspection
pharges, Groenhpuse plants, agricultural im-
elements, ferlili/.crs, bee supplies, etc. I-aig-
cst and most complete slock in the province.
Semi for catalogue or call and make yaw selections before placing your orders.    Address
M.J
HENRY, Vancouver
WHITE LABOR ONLY.
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f muraloWall finish.
A'household necessity and a household beaulifter—a dry.powder, put up in five
■pound packages, and in twenty-five Ueaatiful shades.
work.
When house cleaning be sure and use MURALO-and have son^thing for your
k.
Easily applied and won'  rub off.    A color card for the asking.
McLennan, r_cFeeiy & Co. Ltd.
122 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. G.
THE PHOSPECTOHS' EXCHANGE
NO. 4 K.-W.-O. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.
Gold, SIK-er.LptuI anil Cupper Mine- nnnteil at tlie EXCHANGE.
FREE MILI.I.Nd OOLD  properties wanted at once for Eastern Investors,
Parties having mining property lor pale are requested-to boihI  sample
of tluir ore to tha LXC11 ANtlE fur cxliiliition.
We ilesire to hear Irom prospectors who havo promising mineral claimo
in British Columbia.
1'rospcelors anil mining men are requested to make the  EXCHANGE
their headquarters when in Nelson,
All samples ehon'd he Kent hy express PBEPAID.
Correspondence solicited.   AddresB all communication* to
ANDKEW   F.    ROSENBEBGBR,
Telephone No. 10-1.    P. O. Box 700. NELSON, B. C.
THE WM. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING GO. limited.
MINING
MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO.
GJlXTAXDJl.
J. M, Mackinnon
Mininq Properties
Handed
Properties Bonded
Vancouver B. S
zlntow boys^_^-
Don't Forget the Ashcroft Tailor j
WHEN YOU WANT A NEW SUIT.
T huvo j'isl recelverl illiet-t from Scotland the b_t selectio:i of Tweeds, Worsteds, Sergoi
rHiitiiig.s iu Uio lutorlor.   Batlsfaotlon guaranteed.
inOM.VS MoCOSH, Morcaant Tailor, Aslicrott, D. C
Tlio now stago lino loaves Lytton ever}' Monday and
Friday i\n- Lillooet, returning next day. Special trips
made.    Write us for information.
Peter Rebagliati & Co., Lytton  B.C.
c Jr -1 fi IvI %# S   _*
NEW WESTMINSTKE, B. C.
General Hardware,
Paints, Oils  and Varnishes,
Stoves, Enameled Iron
and Tinware.
Minors Stool, Pirks. Shovels, etc., Wire Cable
und Kussel Wire Fending.
Inland Cigar Manufacturing Co,
OF B.C., LTD.
Our BpeelaUiesj
INTERIOR
LA M0RENA
KAMLOOPS, B O.
Cariboo and Lillooet
Stage Lines.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
COfclPAFW.
ASHCROFT, B. C.
Clinton ami wny remits, Monday,
Wnlne.tliiy and FiIiIhj*.
All poiiita in Cariboo, Vonday's.
and Frlduy.
Liilixiet direct, Monday nnd Friday,
Forkg of Qucaoellc, and tvaj roinls,
Monthly.
Stir.cu eoiuifct ui.li btenmer Cliailutli
a> _cd i ('rut k,
^l" i i.il Coi.vcyancce F^irni • ed.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
KAYIGATNH i
(LIMITED.)
WHARF STREET. 1CTORIA.
TimeTaU. No. .i.-Tiiki»s fiffpet  Ko-V.'Hth,
1DJ0.
Victoi-Iii to Vanfouver—Ddilv nt 1 p. m. VaB-
c*uver to Victoria -Daily at Cid__tn.t or eu iur-
rival ol lhe C.P.R. No 1 tnuu.
NEW WESTMINSTER R-OUTJE.
Lohtc Victoria for Now WcBtminffcar, l.adn«r,
Lulu island, Plumjier's PHKS-Tu**dtiy nnd
Friday at 7 a.m. Leave New VYoatminiter for
Victoria and Wny Ports — WeducBday and
Saturday ai 7 p.m
.NORTHERN ROUTK.
Sloamehlps of this com pan y  will lpnre far
Fort   Si in] .son   nnd   intt-rniodinte   pointH,   vi*
Victoria, 1st and 15th t_u*)i nioatta at n p.m.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Steamshipsofthiicomnany will leave eveuy
Weduesday for Wrangol and Hk_gw«y nt a p.m.
BARCLAY SOUND HOUTE.
Pi earner loavea     'rtorla   tor   Alburn!    »*c4
Sound   porta,   on   tho loth  and '20th ol  turn
month, extondlng latt*r   trjpa to  dnat*ln«
and Uapa Scott.
The company reserves the ripht of ftbangJnj
this time (able a I nny time wiliiout not i lien Mnu
G. A.CAR^KTON,
Qonoral Freight Agcnf.
('. S. BAXTER,
(ieuoml Pai-dcugar Agunt.
ssurance. *
i
1
1
i
8 General
1 Agent.
II yotl want
*;r.
To insure yonr property,
To iiiaiire against accident. '^
Call on
Ric. A. Frassr
4-
Lillooet, IJ. 0. $■>
M 'r >i"S'::' v.-''' frjrJW ?rjr.l% LIL033I 4 '■>
'TV''11!   StTO^TPS
i       r-\ t    it. M     /"*\ !—\
j, DUNLOP-
o-3B?srsi__?;AXi   i\£H]:Rc:E_r.A.:KrT
Miners Supplies.--^^-
_.IXiIjOO__'3?, liVO
Branch Stare at Bridge Eiver where a
full stock of General Merchandise and Min
©rs Outfits arc on hand.
J. Dunlop, General Merchant, Lillooet, BX
Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT, LILLOOET, 13. C.
Carries a full  etock of all lands cf Groceries, Dry   Goods,   B >ota   and   Shoes,
H irdware, etc..
MINERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
Jr"I03SrE_ffl__a  IHOT-BIXi.
1,11 loot*. EJ. -C.
FRED. H.  NELSON, Proprietor.
Sfm r,u>   u corns   for   Commercial   Trajwiiera
Livory Stable in Connection.  Etai u.-teu
meamboat forguosta to and from
Anderson Lake an-. Bridge
^.itivcr polata.
Hotel Victoria;
XilXiXiOOBT  B. O'
This hotel bein;; new arid thoroughly finished lliroiijho it is the only first
olaaa hotel in Lillooet. Persons calling nt Lillooet will receive nvery attention by
Stopping at tlie Hotel Victoria. Good stabling in connection with the hotel. Headquarters for the Lillooet-Lytton stage.
9   9   9   9   B   9     CHAHfiES    UODKRATB.     c    9   9   9   9   9
M. It. EAGLESON,
Proprietor.
ZEZXOIEILiSXOiR,    HOUSE.
D.   _n____g_n_37   _?_„0_?.
••ILLOOET,	
The Bar is supplied with thu beet Wines, Liquors and Cigars. -
j. C.
LYTTON STAGE LINE.
Stage leaves Lytton every Tueaday and Saturday morning for Lillooet, returning next day.    Special trips made.
It yon contemplate a trip into Lillooet district, writs us for information.
CAMERQPJ S HURLEY     -:-    Lytton and Lillooet, B I
Canadian Pacific Navigation Company.
_Tr*r  Slaclra Steamor. (or Skagway nml Alaska points \<i.\t_ Victoria orery Wednesday
ul  r* I <3 2» H a -   opening and Vancouver ovary rhursdayat ' p.m.
Btsamerf for B.U. Nutihem Points leave Victoria and Vancouver weekly,   Regular atearae
tor nil Briiiiti Columbia points,   rarticulara on application. <;. i. BAXTBU, U. i'
W.  P. GORDON,
Kamloops, B.C.
Furniture of every description,  Carpets, inoleum, Window Shades, Cornice Poles, otc.
Bridge River Travel
.^.
Steamer leaves tlie Mill wharf every morning (except
Sunday) at 9 a. m , for lake point..
Returning leaves tlie Mission at 2 p.m.
For information concerning rates, special trips Ac.,
v.-rite the company or call at the Mill wharl'.
Seaton Lake Steamboat Company.
v usctor.
IDT
'_* HI I  |
1 ^W***       -JS-3        1
The only map giving the locations of the mines of this rich
free-milling camp. Everyone interested should have one. Price
Fifty cents.      Send for one at once.    Address:
The Prospector,
Lillooet, B. C,
xivvl
BY TAKING OUT A POICY FROM
Local Agent for the Dominion of Canada Guarantee & Accident
Insurance Company, of Toronto, Ontario.
Thia 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 particular-.
1
..,
IrTOTIOI
Steam Boiler Inspector's
Examination.
Application* forexamlni earn Boll-
swill be rereit ■ I by the Oh lei hi-
<l •■ tor ol * leatn Bo leri. -v" .. '■'■■ es! minster, B.
(!„ up to June 10th, 3901. Applicant:*! mosl be
betweqn the agefl of 25 Hnd k) years Ihey must
have had al le ' practical workshop
i'x;».'i'ii ii-- as nimi..'. ! makers,and
must hi o ha e a  Un rougl   . ndcrstand i
■ ■ ingr.
I'. yu s of j.■■; i: ui;M' i iay be obtained, on re-
quesl i ;    ■ ■    ;: om  i be • hlef
muni ctor o ■ a -i Boil N n tt estmlniter,
B, i , and must bo prone ly lilted in and ie-
turned to him on or b   on .      en tion*
ed date.
The candldi] tea Ion will
then be n ill lied ai to date and place ot examination.
month,
w. o. n ki is.
Chief ''■ rof Lands and works.
Lands and Works Department, Victoria, U.O.,
22nd May, 1901,
Notice of Assignment
Pursuant to Creditors Trust
Deeds Act and Amending Acts.
Notice n hereby given that thc Toronto-
Lillooet Gold Beefs Company Limite i (Non-
Personal Liability) having a registered >fflce In
the City of Vancouver In the province of British Columbia bas by deed of assignment dated
the eleventh dayof May one thousand nine
hundred and nnr assigned all its personal property which, may be seized and sol 1 under execution and all Eta veal eBtate credits and effects
to Frederick C. Tireman of the City of Vancouver aforesaid for the purpose after paying and
satisfying the costs charge's and expenses of and
incidental to the said assignment and of tbe
said trustee of satisfying rateably and propor-
tionately withonl pref rence or priority tlio
creditors of the Baid company.
The said deed was executed by the said company on the eleventh day of May one thousand
nine hundred and one and by tne said Frederick C. Tireman on the seventeenth day of May
ono thousand nine hundre I and one.
All persons having claims against the said
Toronto-Lillooet Gold Reefs Company Limited
[non-persona] liability] are required to forward
particulars of their said claims duly verified to
Frederick C Tireman, Fairfield HioVk, Vancouver, B, *.'., nn or before the 7th day of June,
1901, and all persons Indebted to the said company are requested lo pav sueh Indebtedness
io the said Frederick C.Tireman at his office in
tho Fairfield Block aforesaid.
Hated this 17th dav of May, Wl.
FREDKKICK C. TIKEMA'N.
Trustee.
A meeting of the creditors of tho Toionto-
Lillooet Gold Reefs Company Limited Inon--
nersonal liability] will be held'at (be offices oi
Messrs. Wilson & Benkler, Inn* of Court Build-
Ingcorner Hastings and Hamilton streets in
the city of van* ouver, the solicitors for the
abovo named trustee, on the 7th day of June,
1901, a I lhc hour of three o'clock in "the after-
noon,
Dated this 17th dav of May, A. D. 1001.
FREDERICK C. TIREMAN,
Trustee.
Advertise in The Prospector.
TO   THE   DEAF.
A rich ladv cured of her Deafness and N'oiscs
In the Head by Dr Nicholson's Artificial Eat
Drums, gave $10,000 to his institute, so that tlie
deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums
may have thein free. Address No. 14523 The
Nich leonInstitute, 780, Eighth Avenue,Mow
York, I'.S.A.
J. II. Anthony.
General Merchant, LYTTON",
Storage and
Forwarding Agent
FOR
Lillooet and Bridge River.
Have goods consigned to iny care;
railway charges are settled, goods stored
and forwarded with desratch.
BAILEY
HOTEL.
Silverthorn Bros. Props.
LYTTON, - - B. C
First-class in every respect,
Choice   W'iui's,   Liquors
and (Jigars. Sample
room   free,
FURNITURE.
A lull slock of all   inds
UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE
is now for sale hy
H. C. PARKER,
LILLOOET, B. C.
Store and Repair Shop In Uren Block.
Call antl examine stock,     No trouble to
show goods
REPAIRING A MTi 1ALTV.
Read The Prospector
$2 ;t vear. the Mtoarxc
r.rf.LOJJET, P.. C, SATUWMT, -H ^E P IPW.
lOCAL HEWS.
Win. Young has been in town daring
the past week.
, TENDERS fANTED r
'A
Pavilion
J. \V«» of Ashcroft waa in town for n ; ^,_:
ThsuaUrsigii'st invito :.r.dtn tortile jiilr-
? i _ » following, tbo rjtojwriy of liteTo-
tern; days this neck.
George Carson was in town on Tlmrr-
_*? from the Pavilion Form.
Stewart  _   Cro«i«r of Aslicroft had a
epecial stage in town this n-cek.
3 s&wnilll, i ■■
i Ptatier, , ~J»
1 v.'...;-^ aa<! Mthnnwss, . s^
S Woi i hortn ! ***''■.
■ litlle her.:.., ^>
i ItWtngaaildto, sO
:? *.*-'.' eaddlts. *
:    TtrKleri to 1» for enrit )o\ .«*p_i n:»!r, and to j ife
Jar* Walker Ml for McGillivray creek !
yesterday i<> l<j absent several daj'f.
Oappar Phair, gold commissioner, left
foi Bridge riverThursdayon olfioinl bnsi-
Utat.
I bj addressed to 3, r. 1-yrip, LUtooat, an or ijv-
■ et.. Juno 29th, 1W1.
rhi ionrtat o: nay tea.lc- not necvtiarlly fcr-
>!«d.
V  C. TIHEMAX,
'l rust.*.
m
__
Canadian
Pacific
B. s \v. CUMMINO, Ml»—,
i'Aviijox, t».c.
George R. Tia_«r was in town from
his ranch up tlie river the first of ttic-
week.	
The annual meeting of the school trustees will be held in the school Iioumio-i
the 29:1).	
Many Bretl and Gib, Ward red house
men  ou the  Bridge river trail were in
lonii thia week.
<"'■
! ^m^^M^l^m^
D. Hamilton the wili known Bridge
River miner was in Lillooet this week
ou a short visit.
Jof. Sbufer and wife left for Vancouver on Monday morning where they will
remain for some time.
James Rowbottom left on Thursday
morning for Oad wallader where he will
prospect for a month or so.
W. E. Brett, superintendent of the
Anderson Lale Mining company, was :n
loan for a few days this week.
The Board of License Commissioners
meet today. The board consists of J.
Marshall, R. P. Ouiniaings a-jd W. 1 >..r-
ban.	
Mi« E. 0. Brackett and brother let
for the Alhambra Mines oa Thureday
morning to remain lor the eens'.'ii with
their lather.
W. W. Jones is in town with his pack
horses from Bridge river and will go to
McGillivray creek where he will remain
u few weeks.
NOTICE.
"Canadian Contingent Exemption Acts."
Ai] returned South African Volunteers, who
have not a!f6a<ly done so, are requested to
communicate with the undersigned without delay, as als) ihe next of kin of those deceased
nt oi those who liave nol yet returned to British Columbia, or any other persons interested
in mining properties held by Mich Volunteers.
The latest date possible U>r -receiving lpp-Hca-
tions for exemption under the above Acts will
be the 1st of July, proximo.
RICHARD McRRIDB,
Minister of Mines,
Dcpariment of Mines, Victoria, B. C, 3rd
June, 1901.
' Sfcl
ft
&^.-L:-L/::L._L^i
Steam Boiler Inspector's
Examination.
In (his issue will be found an ad. nsk-
..!■_ for tenders for some of tlie property
'brio iging to tlie Torontu-LiHuoet Gold
lleefa company.
Dr. Chihi'a Ointment is t! e beat lem
eriy in tlio world for Itching Piles.   It is
sold   by Clarke & t)J.,  at tbe I'.on-e.r
Drug Store, Lillooet.
A*pplications for examination for Steam Boiler Inspectors will bo received by the Chief Inspector of Steum Boilers, New Westminster, it.
■ '., up toJune 10th, 1901, Applicants must be
betwfce 1 the iiges 01 25 and 50years, thry must
have hinl al l ;ast five pears' practical woncsliop
rience ns machinists or boiler makers, »u<\
must also have a thorough understanding oi
Blonm engineering.
Forme oi particulars may bo obtained, on re-
questol intending spnlieants, from tho* hie!
inspector of Steam Boilers, New Westminster,
li. c„ and must be properly Riled In nnd returned lo him on or bofore the above-mention
ed date.
The candidates selected tor examination will
thru bo notlfl id as todaje und place of examination.
The salary will be J1O0 per month,
\V. U. WJ.J.L8.
rhlef Commissioner of Lands and Ivorlfs.
Lands and Works Departincut, Victoria, i..<;„
22ud May, 1901,
JAS. B. UREN
GENERAL BLACRS1TK
AND HORSESHOEING.
Lillooet, B. C.
Manufnetnrcr of all kind ol
MINER'S SUPPLIES, PICKS. DRILLS, Etc.
None but tho best material used. Miners or
prospectors sending in orders wili receive
prompt attention nmi satis fac t.o n;gu at ant oeri
Ci
MURALO WALL FINISH.!
A household necessity anil a household heautificr—a dry powdgr, put up in five
pound package*, and in twenty-live usxaUful shades.
work
When house cleaning lie sure and use MURALO and have ao_eW,io(; for yuur
Easily applied and won' rub off.    A color carl fjr die asking.
)>
McLennan, McFeely & Co. Ltd.
122 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
Half-Way House,<^_
LILLOOET-LYTTON ROAD.
Headquarters for all Stages.
CHARLES MCGILLIVRAY, Proprietor.
U .  GX lA hrdi-B^J±i,
LILLOOET, 11. C.
aker.
All work warranted.
NOTICE.
RESERVATION OF WATER.
Service for 1901 commencing June 10th, 1901
Four Days
Across the Continent
■fliis is the fastest and Iscst equipped Irain
crossing lhe continent." If you are going East
trfreare some facts regarding this service,
rid the scenery along the Canadian' Pacific
Rv. which you should know.
The lime is arranged to pass the greatest
scenic features of the line during daylight.
Pamphlets furnished free on application lo
any C V. It. Agent or to
K. J. COYI.R,
A. U. I-   A.,
'Vancouver, ft. C.
THOS. CLARK,
Agent,
Lvlton, B.C.
THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE
KO. 4 K.-W.-O. BLOCK, NELSON, 13. C.
Rold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the KXCHASGK.
FREE MILLING GOLD properties wanted at once for Eastern Investors.
Parties having mining property for pale are requested to send sampln
of thfir ore to the LXCHANSJS lor exhibition.
We desire to hear from prospectors who liaye promising mineral claims
in British Columbia.
Prospectors and mining men are requested to make the EXCHANGE
their headquarters when in Nelson.
All samples Bhouid lie Kent by express PREPAID.
Correspondence solicited.   Address all communications to
ANDREW   F.   ROSENBERGER.
Telephone No. 104.   P. O. Box 700. NELSON, B. G.
R. J. ATKIN
Lillooet. B. C.
DEALER IN,
Hardware
Stoves
Tinware
Miners Supplies
Farm Implements
Harm'ss it Saddlery
Furniture, etc.,
All orders promptly attendedlo.
Notice is hereby given thatall the unrecorded Wtiler in every liver, stream or lake ail* I
uated within a belt lying between the 40tn awn] - 	
r..Mh pHrallel of nortli latitude, and e.vieniliui? i
easterly i'or a distance of one hundred <100)I
miles from the sea coast, ts hereby reserved for   r\ \    TT     .     1
the purpose of tanking provision for supplying , ] I A tT*1 I 11 ATA I
power for operating pulu mills, 01 foioilier in- II { j 1 /( I tit II! I
.ltiHtri.it purposes. IVU I U.1     llV/lvI)
The water so roserrad may ho acquired front J
Notice of Assignment
C. Weeks who hus been conducting a
lwrbei's establishment on Iiridge river
for lhe pp.Et few months loft for tlie nortli
Wednesday morning.
Pursuant to Creditors Trust'
Deeds Act and Amending Acts.
Geo, Hurley laitl over lliia week and
Dan. Hurley took ont the stage. George
*Ith liia best girl took in the excursion
on "WeiinesiUy.
Ihij crown mirier tho authority ol the Watoi
Cittueoa Consolidation Ait by nny upc- inlly in-
corporutod oomnnny, for use for tlio purposes
above mentioned, upon such company showing
in thoPrttisfiK'timi oijth^llouteaanl-govomorin
couiit-tl tliat it is liimnciHily ami in other iok-
peets in a position to establish und ciyrrvttn ihe
operntioifoi an Industrial ecterpriso of a beneficial nature, and subject lo such tynnsann
conditions as tho Ueuteaant-govornor in comi;
cil may direct,
A record of the reservation of water hereby
provided for shall b) made byeach coramfs-
sioner and Gold Commissioner whose district In
affected thoreby, such record and reservation
to be subject to the provisions of section l!>0 (8j
nf lhe Water Clauses Coimoltdniion Act.
W. i\ WKM.S,
Chief Commlssloher of Lands
Mid Works,
I,and« and Works Eepartmcut, Vktorifcj B.C.,
23rd April, 1901.
Notice  In  hereby  given  thnt   the  Toronto*
Lillooet Gold   Reefs Company Limited fXon !
Personal Liability) having >i registered oflice In :,
tbe City of Vancouver in the province oi Brit- '
Ish Columbia has by deed of asslffnment dated
the eleventh dayof  Mny on.-   thousand  nine J
undid and oue assigned all its i
IIRIDGE RIVER
.   „. , ,.  . tilts mrsoiini prop- j —_—.    i -»Tii-,i   nnr, )     I
A. Kiehey and R. Terry have returned   erty which mny he sclseil ani sold umlcr oxe-   T<T|   l 1/1   I   I   lJ V  I    I
Vom McGillivray creek tvhore they have  ^y*^_^Irg;1«jaIa_r»^-ffS?iM? SPv«f_^££       \{ \\ MJ-KlV
teen iloiug assessment work  on n group   yorafr>rpsnirt fortlie pnrpo*ejiftor pnyliyr^and j A1WL r   UU_|iiu i
Brett  Ran
been iloitig
ol oliiima owned by themselves.
Wm. Camming, er,, anil Mrs. Gum-
miti>.', Jleft Thursday for Pavilion .Mil b,
niiJ will probably take severnl weeks
holiday visiting around the country.
Arthur F. Noel, superintendent and
Jos. Martell. amalgamator, at the Bend'Or Mines, returned (rom Vancouver
Titiirsdity aud left next morning tor the
mines.       _^	
The   frequent rains of tl.e past week
liave been a great boon to the ranchers.
Irrigation U all right but there la noth-  r.ino™ot"'o5id Vee°f. °'
ing like " the gentle rain from heav
—when you cnn get it.
yitijr tlmcntit.i clnirgeMtii<1 exponsus < if mul .
incidental to lhc >"i'l Assignment dii.l ot ihr .
Enid trusti j ol snttsfritig rateably and proportionately  without  preference or priority the
croditbra ol the shi. 1 company.
The sui.l dt.-cil wils executed by tit*- -iiiil company on I lie cloven tit ilny •>! Mny one thousand
nine hundred and one end by the said Frederick <-. Tireimtn on the seventeenth day ot* May
ono thousand nine hundred nnd one.
All persona havlna claims ngalnsl tlu'snidl
Toronto-Llllooel Gold Reefa Compsny Limited
[non-personal liability! sro required to forward
particulars ol their said chtlms dnlv vorllled lo
Frodcricli C Tireman, Fairfield Hlo.-k. Vancouver, li. c, on or before il;;- Till dsy of Juno,
1901, and nl! person ilndobled lo tho aaid com-
pany aro roqueste i io pny anch indebtedness
to lhc said Fred er ■ I ■'. rireman nl hls.offlco in
the Fairfield mock aforesaid.
Dated thia 17th dnyol Muv, inni.
FKEllk..ll'K'l . TI1IKMAN,
'I'rutilcc
M^ark R. KagleBon, propticlor o! the
Hotel Victoria, and Paul Santini, gen-
oral merchant, left for Vancouver via
X.ytton Tueeday evening on a business
trip to be absent a few days.
a of tho Toionto-
iipiutv l.iiiiitcil (non-
pcra mil HftOlHtylwill be held at the offtreii of
Messrs. Wilson « * nkler, lnns-ol Court Build
ing corner llnstinga and Flamilton streets
Ihe ■ .1 e ol ■ tnconver, ;!■.- solicitors for
nbovo named trustee, ou thc 7th day of Juti-
■ the hour ol three o'eloei ir. the hiut-
 n,
date I thia l"tli dnv ol Hsv.a. H. IM1.
I  IKDEHil k C   I i.-:|-;MAN,
irustoo,
First-class accommodation fur the
traveling public. When going to
and from the mines make lhc Brelt
Ranch fur a slopping place. The
best meal ami Ik-iI on trail and every-
thing neat and clean. Only white
help employed. Remember the
place when on the trail. - • • -
Stable  in connection, hay and feed.
R. II. BRETT,    -    -    -    Proprietor.
The comittee in charge are making the
usual preparations for tbe Istotjuli
.ports. About $800 will be distributed
jn prizes. Besides the baseball match
there will be athletic events, followed
next day by the borac race".
NOTICE.
■ti; The Prospector is the
host advertising medium in this section.
Have your ad. in at
once.
A large stock of Stat-
Sackcr Creek, B.C.
roiIN COLLUM, Prop.
THE WM. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING 60. Limited
MINING
MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO.
GJl1<TJl1D-A.
Central point for Bridge
Kiver Miners and Prospectors, (rood accommodation.     -     .     -    -
Strble in connection.
J B CHERRY,
A. B. T1UX. COLL., t>t:ilt,IM.
BARRISTER. SOLICITOR. NOTARV PUBLIC
Lillooet. R. C,
J. M, Mackinnon
Mininq Properties
' !.- Hand.ed
i
Properties Bondeo
Vancouver ,        B. G
Don't Forget the Ashcroft Tailor
WHEN YOU WANT A NEW SUIT.
I have )nst rereiveit direct from Scetlijnrl the-bostsalMtloB ot TacaJa, Worsteds, Sdna
PantingS intllC Interior.   St*linf«clton Ktmruulccri.
THOMAS MoCOSIt, Jterehunt Tnllur, Ashcroft, n. C
Lytton
Home Grown
Fruit ami Ornamental Trees^ Roses,
Shrubs, Vines, Bulta, ikilgc Hants,
Seects.
Kxira choice stock of Peach, Apricot, Plum,
Cherry and Prune Trees.    New importation oi
first-class Khododendrens,   K«-»o-s,   Clematis, j
Iky Trees, Hollies, etc.
So.ooo io chose from. No agents nor com-
tntssiun to pay; Orders d"K 'n one*dayyou
get il llit. next. No fumigating nor inspection
pharges. Greenhouse plants, agricultural inv
dements, fertilizers, bett supplies, etc. l-^ig-
est tend most complete stock in the province.
Send for catalogue or call and make your selections In-fore placing your orders.    Address
M.J. HENRY, Vancouver
WHITE LAIsOR ONLY.
Tho now stago line leaves Lytton every Monday am-3
Friday for Lillooot, returning next day. Special (rips*
made,   Writo us for information.
Pctor Rebagliati & Co., Lytton  B. C.
rs
KKW WESTMINSTER, IK C.
General Hardware,
Paints, Oils' and Varnishes,
Stoves, Enameled Iron
and Tinware.
Wire Cabin
MitKim sibpI, PicVs. BhoralB, on-
and HiiiimI tViro renclng.
\m Co.
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Dimoan Prascr nf tlte
looet, I! ... for tt rem!
Letter orders proni'iilv allcmleti , llueni -.
Clarke & Co., Lillooet, liave a com
ftlete Etoik ol Drnirp, Medicines and sundries
to      J_jt   tell them what vou want oi . ,.A,i,i'li,lV|!i'"1 "f,!',",]- "• N,'Is"n "/ ""'lVi',""'"';
li.».       uud.    .v. linlol, l.illotijt, It. t .. |fif a reitittval .11 In;-- Imlcl
what the trouble is enclosing money and i liquor license
they will do the rest,
Tin- llntu'l  nf  License Cimmi5sion«rs will I • "il   "i  ,    1,       •	
rr eet at tlte Court House, Ullooet, II.0* on f-elOliei'V "Will   De  llCrG   111
l.,tli day oi 3 , ltnil, to eo.istder the nni'licu-1 %y
lion if
Ilr. P.tnson returned from Clinton on
Thureday evening, where he had i«ei
on professional business and to n.oc
Mr*. Sanson and children, and Miss Mi
Donald, who have just returned fron
1'etrolia, 0'it.,"a'ter never.! months visil
with relatives. j jf^ f^gg
Jn*>
'.ili^'it'ii'Mttun, a fV'Av days, so bring
in vour orders for
Letterheads, Envelopes, Billlieads, etc.
The Prospector,
lillooet, B. C.
Application of Murk n. Bflffleson of tho Hotol
; ii-r.."iii. I.illd";'!. B.C, for*) renewal <>i bis
..»■■■; hquor license,
AppHentlon ol John folium of the Royal
lotc-1, :i-;:.'i t-rpok, BrUlgu RIv_r. B, C.,for a
cnewal of Iii* hold iiijuor tironse.
It. A. nOMK,
Chief Licence Inspector,
Wert Mlioooi Mecnso District
r.illooet, B.C., 1st. June, 1301. _ .      j
SOUSE
hc Rmtil p: ::v ivi I leave for lhe  ronsl O'
„|jy, Septeml.rsr ;<tli; slop] ing: nl Winni
, Reftin.i anil C Ig-ity en   routi
Vancouver, li. t*.
IttJIirON A fir.VCKSTOXE, rrojis.
Advertise in The Pros-
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ASHCROFT, B. C.
Olint/m ami way rointB, Jlonday,
U'eduf idiy and Kriday.
All poiutB in Cariboo, Monday's,
n I Friday.
I.ill lOSjt.direct, Mmidar and Friday
CANADIAN PACIFIC
KAVICATICN I,
(MMtTELV)
WRARP BTKJEKT.   luTOKU.
TimeTal.le No. 5I.-Takin^ Vff.;-;!  N«v, MHh
lyju.
Victoria to Vancouver—Daily «t 1 p. m. Y*n-
ctuver to Victoria -Dnily at l*.l6p,m.tnr on ar«
rival of tho (M'.lt. No 1 train.
NEW WEST.MI.VSTKH ROtfTK
Leave Victoria for New WeatmJnster, I .-itlsffr,
I.ulu bland, Plumper'. I'aw Tuesday *n*l
Friday ni 7 H.m. Lcav-f Xpw W'egtmlmst'er for
Victoria aud Wny rVtft8 — VYedueiKUy ami
Haturday «t 7 p.m
NOItTHKRN ROUTK.
fltonmahlps of thin company  will lenre f»r
Fort  tiiutp.son uud  Intermodlate  poln(s< rim
Victoria, Ut and lAth aaeh mouth nt it \*.u>,
ALASKA ROGTJC,
Bteamshlptof thiseomnany will leave erery
n'educsdny for Wrangel end Blcngway »t I p.m.
UARCLAY 80UNP ROWTB,
Sloamer tearea    'ctorla   for  Alberni   nwi
Rottnd poilH, on thi.' llhh and *_ui)i ol nnr .
month, .xictKliug liti:«-f trifi. tu C^uaUiH«
uiul Cape Hrott.
Thv company reserves tht* right ot ehnngfng
thiK limv lubl. at Hiiy linitj -iviinoii! Mttiiili-nti ju
«. A  OARLKTON,
■S-rfUfi-i-J Freight Agtot.
f. S. BAXTKR,
tSeiacrai Passenger Agent,
^^¥^^-K  ^.4-f4;-f'^
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Insurance.
1 General
I Asrent.
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Forks of t\ iei.ni.d:(*,
.fonilay.
antl way |ii>inle,
To iusnr<' ymir lift*,
Tu ineiire your prnitMtv, *'•'
Tu iinure ii_*»ini<l nt'vidotil. $}*
Cal! on V
Ric A. Fraser J;

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