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 A little paper
with all the
news and a big
circulation
THE HERALD
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
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| Alice Arm and
Anyox. $2.75 to j
all other points.
VOL. 10,   NO.   9
Alice Arm, B. 0., Friday. August 29, 1930
5i cents each.
Tragic Death  of Mr.
Bert Shelton Shocks
District
No death caused a more profound
impression or excited more sympathy in this district than did the
tragic death of Mr. Bert Shelton
who met his death in the waters of
Alice Arm inlet through falling off
the float at Silver City on Saturday evening, August 23rd. The
news came as a severe shock to his
many friends and cast a gloom over
the two towns.
The fatal accident occurred
on Saturday evening. It is believed that he .stumbled on the uneven
float, which was being tossed by a
high wind, and fell, stunning himself, and rolling into the water died
of shock following the fall and submersion in the water.
He was alone at the time of the
accident. He had accompanied T.
Sullivan and J. McGregor to the
launch Iris, who were taking the
boat to the Alice Arm side of the
inlet to escape the buffeting of the
wind. He had cast off the lines for
them and started for home and that
was the last time he was seen alive.
The body was discovered by Mrs.
J. Wheatley in the early hours of
Sunday morning lying on the Beach
at low tide.
Deceased had left Anyox on
Saturday evening on board the
launch Iris, to spend the week-end
with Mrs. Shelton and family, who
were holidaying at Silver City.
The late Mr. Shelton had been a
resident of Anyox for over fifteen
years, and during the last few
years held the position of superintendent of the Housing Department for the Granby Co. He was
one of their most trusted officials,
fulfilling his varied duties in a conscientious and capable manner, and
his death will leave a void hard to
fill. He was a model citizen, and
was held in high esteem by practically the whole communities of both
Anyox and Alice Arm. His duties
brought him into contact with
everyone and his presence will be
greatly missed. He was a member
of the Anyox Masonic Lodge, and
had held the office of secretary
since its institution.
Deceased was 40 years of age,
and was born at Burton, Nottinghamshire, England, coming to Can
ada at an early age. He leaves to
mourn his loss, a wife and four
small children of Anyox, also a
father and mother and two brothers
who reside in England.
A funeral service is being held
this evening at the Anglican
Church, following which the body
will be placed on board the Canadl
an National Steamship and taken
to Vancouver. Interment will take
place at the Masonic cemetery,
Burnaby on' Tuesday. Mrs. Shelton and family will accompany the
body, and plan to make their future
home in Vancouver.
The deepest sympathy of the
entire district is extended to his
sorrowing wife and family in their
sad bereavement.
Subscribe to the Herald
Celts Defeat Smelter 2
Goals to 1 In Close
Game
Despite the rain, a fickle light,
and a soggy ball, the Celts and
Smelter put up a good game of
football in a League fixture on
Friday the 22nd. The Celts secured two scalps against one by the
Smelter. It was a well-earned
victory, as the winners battled
against a strong wind in the first
half and worked up-hill in the
second, when the wind dropped
away altogether. The spectators,
caught unawares by the rain, were
huddled under any shelter they
could find, but their enthusiasm
was not at all dampened. Although
the Celts wiped out an old score
against their rivals, and eliminated
them from the League, the Smelter
played a fast, clean game, and were
most unlucky on one occasion not
to equalize. The winning counter
for the Celts came from a penalty
kick by Williams, who found the
net with a fast, low shot which
gave the goalie—Sid Peters—no
chance at all. As the nights are
drawing in quickly it is hoped that
some games will be arranged for
the daytime, on days when the
plant is down. There are still three
or four games at least to be played
before the League and Cup winners
are decided, and the fans are as
keen as mustard to see the splendid
series properly culiminated.
Industrial Picture Films
Greatly Appreciated
A very interesting and varied
program of industrial subjects was
presented by courtesy of the Granby
Co. on Saturday afternoon, August
23 at the Mine Show and on Monday, August 25 at the Beach.
There were six reels shown, the
titles of which were: The story of
Dynamite; The story of the Heat
Treatment of Steel; Carbon Monoxide the unseen danger, and a trip
Thro' the Oil Lands of Europe and
Africa. A total audience of over
300 witnessed the showings and
were very pleased with what they
saw. It is noted that the popularity of the industrial pictures is
no doubt due to the recognition of
our patrons of the interesting subject matter of these films. The
Company will continue to procure
and show these films from time to
time.
The ladies of the Catholic Club
will hold a card party and dance
every second Friday in the month
during the winter season. The
first will be held on Friday, September 12th. Admission 50c.
Catholic Hall.   .
Mine  Suffers    Defeat
From Concentrator
At Baseball
On Thursday evening, August
21st, the Concentrator won a fast
baseball game from the Mine by the
score of 3 to 1.
The game was close and fast all
the way and three double plays
were made during the proceedings,
one by the Concentrator boys and
two by the Mine team, the best one
being when Calderoni at center
took a long fly from Bartman's
bat and returned the ball to second
to catch Musser well off the bag.
Another pretty piece of work was
put on by Archie McDougall, who
stole second and third on a caught
foul fly. This smart bit of base
running got Archie a nice round of
applause from the fans, and the
Mine boys got considerable razzing
for being asleep at the switch.
However, the thrills of the evening were not entirely confined to
baseball. The fans got a big kick
out of an impromptu one-round
tussle that was put on by Johnny
Lazorek and Umpire Manning.
From the Press-box it looked as
though both these gents lost the
fight on a technical foul to the rest
of the teams, all of whom very
thoroughly sat on both the battlers
until they had cooled down somewhat.
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TAX  SALES
Sales of Land (or Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in Prince
Rupert Assessment District
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT, on Wednesday, the 10th day of September, 1930, at the hour of ten o'clock in
the forenoon, at the Court House, Prince Rupert, I will sell at public auction the lands on the list hereinafter set
out, of the persons in said list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th day
of June 1930, and for interest, costs, and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount
due for period ended December 31st, 1928, and interest thereon, together with costs of advertising said sale, are not
sooner paid.
LIST   OF  PROPERTIES
NAME OF PERSONS ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION  OF
PROPERTY
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Range 2, Coast District
Clive   Newcombe   Lot 29 	
LeRoy,   Frank    Lot 1007, Fr. NE% of E'A	
Brown, Ida H. & Herman R Lot  1009, S%  	
Turner,  Francis   : Lot  1216  	
285.75 24.75
28.50 240
60.00 5.19
21.00 1.88
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
Plan 3417, Subd. Block B. of Lot 2,
Range 3
O'Conner, Muriel, & Lenane, Mortimer
&   Madeline   Lots 17, 18, Block 7, Und. % Int	
12.52
1.25      12.75
Morrison, J. R., &
Morrison, J. R., &
Gislason, Gisli   	
Nygaard, Elizabeth
Indrevik, Ole 	
Arvidsen,   Carl
Arvidsen,   Carl   	
Hicklenton,  Frank
Hicklcnton, Frank
Gruinmctt,  Joseph
Woodthorpe, John B.
Range 3, Coast District..:
Macfarlane, Pcarl....Lot  124  	
Macfarlane, PearL.JLot   125  	
 Lot 1270, N%  	
 Wto of WW Section 1, Twp.2, except
Parcels D. and E	
 That part of Ett  of NWtt  Section 5,
Twp. 4, lying South of Bella Coola
River 	
 Part of NEH Section 6, Twp. 4, as registered under 15091-1 	
 N% of SE% Section 6, Twp. 4	
R Fr. NWy* of Fr. NE% Section 20, Twp 8
R S% of SE% Section 29, Twp. 8, except
road   allowance  	
A (1) That portion of Fr. Ntt of SEy4,
Section 25, Twp. 6, lying north of
Bella Coola River, 44 acres
(2) That portion of Fr. SW%  Section
30, Twp. 8,  lying  North  of  Bella
i "' ' Coola River, 129.6 acres 	
Plan 949, Subd. Lot 11, Block 1, Range 5,
Haysport Townsite
 Lots 47, 48, Block 19	
111.09 12.65
52.91 6.05
30.30        2.85
13.75
13.75
13.75
56.44
6.71      13.75
24.68       2.87      13.75
5.24 .56
43.50       4.55
26.62       2.29
13.75
13.75
13.75
27.00
2.32      13.75
324.25
44.65
78.94
36.63
26.52
137.49
72.71
46.90
76.90
41.30
19.55
61.80
42.66
43.07
365.29      62.10      13.75      441.14
3.00
.26      12.75
16.01
CONTINUED   ON   PAGE  2
High Lady Officer of Moose
Lodge Visits Anyox
Mrs. Deane, District Duputy
Grand Recorder of the Ladies
Lodge, Loyal Order of Moose for
this district, and Senior Regent of
the Vancouver Lodge was a visitor
Anyox Lodge during the early part
of the week. At a meeting of the
Anyox Lodge she explained many
things in connection with Moose
Order. She was accompanied by
Miss Margaret Hill, daughter of
Frank Hill, secretary of Vancouver
Lodge.
Mrs. J. J. H. Varnes, Recorder
and Mrs. P. T. O'Brien, Senior
Regent, were hosts to Mrs. Deane
during her visit.
Mine Cricketers Are Again
Victorious
The Mechanics retained their
unbeaten record last Saturday
night when they just managed to
beat the Store and Office Team by
four runs. The Mechanics batted
first and scored 28, W. Pinkney
bowled well in taking eight wickets.
The Store and Office team were
strengthened for this game and
their fielding was smart. The
opening batsmen for the Store and
Office team scored 15 before being
parted. The bowling then improved
and it was not long before the team
were out for 24 runs.
Anyox Rebecca Lodge Entertain High Official
Mrs. Marrathew, President of
the Rebecca Assembly of Oddfellows Order, arrived on Thursday
from Vancouver, in order to visit
the Anyox Lodge. She attended a
Lodge meeting ou Saturday, and
gave a very instructive address.
The meeting was followed by a
supper and an enjoyable dance.
She was conducted over the town
by Mrs. J. D. Wilson, Past N. G.
and Mrs. J. Kirkland, N. G.
ALICE ARM  BIRTH
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Smith of Alice Arm at the Anyox
General Hospital on Wednesday
August 27th, a daughter.
CARD  OF  THANKS
Mrs. E. Bray wishes to extend
her thanks and appreciation for the
many acts of kindness shown to het
during her sad bereavement.
Fire Adjustors Arrive Alice
Arm
P. R. Perraton of Vancouver and
C. R. Gilbert of Terrace arrived
on Saturday in order to adjust insurance claims in connection with
the recent fire. Mr. Gilbert left on
Sunday evening and Mr. Perraton
on Monday morning.
A. Buntain, who has been receiving medical treatment at Anyox
Hospital returned home on Thur-
day.
Other local news will be found on
pages four and six. ALICE  ARM  AND  ANYOX  HEBALD.   Friday, August 29, 1930
India Again Buying
Silver
The downward trend in silver
appears to have been arrested
around current levels, and the end
of July saw a price of 34^c,
compared with 33^c. at the beginning. India has bought fair
amounts, being chiefly responsible
for the stability of the market.
Producers have not been anxious
sellers. Though the downward
tendency no longer persists, little
hope is seen in present conditions
for any advance of importance.
Liverpool Plans a Big
Copper Refinery
London—Construction of a 200,-
000 ton copper refinery at Liverpool, England, is being considered.
The plant, which would be available
late in 1931, would handle blister
copper from Northern Rhodesia,
where the Roan Antelope, N'Kana
and Mufulira mines are being
equipped with concentrators and
smelters. At present Bwana M'
Kubwa, the only copper producer
in Rhodesia, does not refine its
copper electrolytically. Production
of 200,000 tons of copper annually
in England would leave a surplus
of about 40,000 to 50,000 tons for
distribution in Europe..
Population of Alaskan Towns
Juneau Heads List
Following are the census figures
of the 14 leading cities in Alaska
in order of their size:
Juneau 4,016
Ketchikan 3,780
Anchorage 2,268
Fairbanks 2,072
Cordova (including Eyak)l,343
Petersburg 1,217
Nome 1,213
Sitka 1,063
Wrangell 916
Seward 832
Douglas 591
Skagway 507
Valdez 441
Haines 344
The total population of Alaska
is 59,000.
Salmon Fishing Closed For
Conservation Purposes
Salmon fishing in the Naas and
Skeena River fishing districts and
seining areas No. 5 and 6 was
closed last Friday for conservation
purposes, Major J. A. Motherwell-
chief inspector of fisheries, slated
recently. .
Fishing will be reopened today
for autumn varieties of salmon and
as soon as possible, the Butedale
and Klemtu areas will be opened
for chums.
Big Cut In B. C. Tax
Arrears
Tax arrears in British Columbia
have been out from $6,964,135 in
1921 to $4,771,981 last year,
according to the annual report of
Robert Baird, inspector of muni-
cipalites.
According to the report, taxes
levied by British Columbia cities,
districts and villages during 1929
amounted to $18,382,232 and, including revenue from all sources,
receipts amounted to $28,228,779
Gumbo: "I'm the happiest man
alive. I've got the finest wife in
the country."'
Mudd: "Yeah, that does make a
man happy, having his wife in the
country."
For Results Advertise
in The Herald
H   M.   SELFE
REGISTERED   OPTOMETRIST
ANYOX
Office:   Opposite Liquor Store
B. P. O. ELKS
Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meets every second and fourth Monday of
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application to club manager
STEAMSHIP and
TRAIN SERVICE
S.S. "Prince Rupert" or
"Prince George"
Leave Anyox Friday p.m. for Prince Rupert
and Vancouver (via Stewart)
S.S. "Prince Charles" Tuesdays p.m.
For Prince Rupert and Vancouver
(via Massett Inlet)
Weekly service from Prince Rupert for
Skeena and Naas River—South Queen
Charlotte Islands.
Passenger Trains leave Prince Rupert for
Edmonton, Winnipeg nnd points East 1 p.m.
daily except Sunday.
Low Summer Fares NOW
Ask us About Our "Triangle Tour"
Canadian
National
W-76
Write for information to
R. F. McNAUGHTON, District Passenger Agent, Prince Rupert, B. C
TAX   SALES,   Continued
NAME OF PERSONS ASSESSED
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PROPERTY
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Plan 1408, Subd. Lot 9, Range 5 :
 Lot A., Undivided 4/9 Interest 	
 Lot A., Undivided 5/18 Interest 	
 Lot A., Undivided 5/18 Interest 	
Johnson, Samuel E	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth ...
Farrenkopf, Mrs. May C.
Plan 413, Subd. part of Lot 9, Range 5:
Flewin, Helen Lots 2, 3, 4, Block 1
Johnson, Samuel E Lot 3, Block 2, Und. 4/9 Int	
Johnson, Samuel E Lots, 3, 9, 10, Block 8, Und. 4/9 Int	
Johnson, Samuel E Lots, 7, 8, Block 11, Und. 4/9 Int	
Johnson, Samuel E Lots 5-8, Block 12, Und. 4/9 Int	
Johnson, Samuel E Lots 1, 2, Block 15, Und. 4/9 Int	
Johnson, Samuel E Lots 3, 4, Block 16, Und. 4/9 Int	
Johnson, Samuel E Lots 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, Block 17, Und.
4/9   Int	
Johnson, Samuel E Lots 11, 12, Block 20, Und. 4/9 Int	
Johnson, Samuel E Lots 9, 10, Block 21, Und. 4/9 Int	
Johnson, Samuel E Lots 10-12, Block 22, Und. 4/9 Int	
Johnson, Samuel E Lots 1, 3, 4, Block 24, Und. 4/9 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lot 3, Block 2, Und. 5/18 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots 3, 9, 10, Block 8, Und. 5/18 hit	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots, 7, 8, Block 11, Und. 6/18 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots 5-8, Block 12, Und. 5/18 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots 1, 2, Block 16, Und. 5/18 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots, 3, 4, Block 16, Und. 5/18 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, Block 17, Und.
5/18   Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots 11, 12, Block 20, Und. 5/18 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots 9, 10, Block 21, Und. 5/18 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth   Lots 10-12, Block 22, Und. 5/18 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots 1, 3, 4, Block 24, Und. 5/18 Int	
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary  Lot 3, Block 2, Und. 5/18 Int	
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary  ..Lots 3, 9, 10, Block 8, Und. 5/18 Int	
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary  Lots 7, 8, Block 11, Und. 5/18 Int	
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary  Lots 5-8, Block 12, Und. 5/18 Int	
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary   Lots, 1, 2, Block 15, Und. 5/18 Int	
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary  Lots 3, 4, Block 16, Und. 5/18 Int	
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary  Lots 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, Block 17, Und.
5/18   Int	
 Lots 11, 12, Block 20, Und. 5/18 Int	
 Lots 9, 10, Block 21, Und. 5/18 Int	
 Lots 10-12, Block 22, Und. 5/18 Int.
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary
Farrenkopf, Mrs, Mary
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary
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Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary Lots 1, 3, 4, Block 24, Und. 5/18 Int	
Plan 413, Subd. part Lot 9, Range 5,
Port  Simpson  Townsite
Flewin, Helen  Lots 1, 2, 7, 8, Block 4	
Flewin,  John    Lot 9, Block 4 	
Sharp,  James    Lots 7, 8, Block 5 	
Ware,  William    .....Lot  12, Block 5 	
Cole,  R.  H Lot  1-2, Block 9 	
Schoefield, Miss S. E Lots, 7, 8, Block 9 	
Schoefield, Miss S. E Lots 7, 8, Block 1C 	
Sharp,  James    Lots 9, 10, Block 16 	
Sharp,  James    Lots 7, 8, Block 20	
Plan 537,  Subd. Lot  45, Range 5,
Essington Townsite:
Cunningham, R. & Sons  Lots 2, 3, Block 1 	
Sakamoto, U Lot  9, Block  1  	
Noble, Alexander (In trust)  Lot 3, Block 7 	
Cunningham, R. & Sons  Lots 1, 2-6, 8-14, Block 19 	
Range 5, Coast District:
Green, A. E„ Mounce, L., Health G.O.,
Parrott, F., Giles, S. G., Green Eliza
H„    Bevilockway,    Geo,   Renwick,
John, and Wallace H. Polland  Lot  59  	
Green, A. E., Mounce, L, Health G.O.,
Parrott, F„ Giles, S. G, Green Eliza
H.,    Bevilockway,.   Geo.,    Renwick, ,.
John, and Wallace H. Polland  Lot  60	
Green, A. E, Mounce, L, Health G.O.,
Parrott, F, Giles, S. G., Green Eliza
H,    Bevilockway,    Geo,    Renwick,
John, and Wallace H. Polland  Lot 61 	
Clifford, Lucy M .'. Lot 88 	
Clifford, Lucy M Lot 89, Unsubdivided portion 	
Clifford,
Clifford,
Clifford,
Clifford,
Clifford,
Clifford,
Clifford,
Clifford,
Clifford,
Lucy
Lucy
Lucy
Plan 783, Subd. part Lot 89, Range 5 :
Lots 1-28, Block 2 	
M	
M Lots 1-28; Block 3
M Lots 1-28, Block 4 ..
Lucy M Lots 1-28, Block 5 ..
Lucy M;  Lots 1-28, Block 6 ..
Lucy M Lots 1-28, Block 7 ..
Lucy M Lots 1-28, Block 9 ..
Lucy M Lots 1-28, Block 10
Lucy M Lots  1-28, Block  11
Plan 783, Subd. S% Lot 90, Range 5 :
M Lots 20-28, Block A 	
M 2.38 acres of Block B 	
M 1.019 acres of Block C	
M Lots 9-14, Block 3 	
M Lots 9-14, Block 5 	
M Lots 8-13, Block 6 	
M Lots 1-14, Block 7 	
M Lots 15-20, Block 9 	
M Lots 22-28, Block 10 	
M Lots 1-6, Block 11 	
M Lots 16-21, Block 13 	
M Lots 23-28, Block 14 	
M Lots 1-10, Block 15	
M Lots 1-10, Block 18 	
M Lots 1-10, Block 20	
John, Katherine K Lots 5, 6, 7, Block 3 	
John, Katherine K Lots 15-21, Block 5 	
John, Katherine K Lots 22-28, Block 6 	
John, Katherine K Lots 8-14, Block 9	
John, Katherine K Lots 15-21, Block 10 	
John, Katherine K Lots  22-28,  Block   11  	
John, Katherine K Lots 22-28, Block 13 	
John, Katherine K Lots  15-21,  Block   14  	
John, Katherine K Lots 18-28, Block 15 	
John, Katherine K Lots 18-28, Block 19 	
John, Katherine K Lots 1-11, Block 21  	
Dallain, Helen M Lots 15-21, Block 3 	
       M Lots 1-7, Block 5	
M ,: Lots 1-14, Block 8 	
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
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M.
M.
M.
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M.
M.
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..Lots 1-7, Block
..Lots 1-7, Block !
..Lots 8-14, Block
..Lots 8-14, Block
..Lots 8-14, Block
..Lots 8-14, Block
..Lots 2-11, Block
..Lots 1-11, Block
Jones, A. W, & Luxton, A. P Lots 1, 23,28, Block 17
Robinson,   Kate   	
Estate of James Inninii
Range 5, Continued :
 .Lot 98, SW corner 	
 Assd. Lot 2 of Lot 102a, Undivided 1-5
interest in 25 acres 	
Estate of James Inmnn  Assd. Lot 3 of Lot 102a ."..
Estate of James Inman  Assd. Lot 4 of Lot 102a, Undivided 2/3
Interest in 20 acres 	
Plan 875, Subd. Lot 113, Range S,
Kltselas Townsite
Jones,  Frank   i Lot 7, Block 3 	
Plan 1136, Subd. Lots 188 and 607,
Range 5 :
Armstrong, Jos.  E Block 107 	
Range 5, Continued :
Johnstone, J. B, & Boss, H. N Lot 190, Easterly 66 acres 	
Grand Trunk Pacific Development Company, Limited  Lot 251, except Block 2, and portion
lying within the boundary of Prince
Bupert  Townsite  	
Plan 1015, Subd. N'/a Lot 12 of Lot 360,
Plan   970,  Range  5
Sundal, Belle H Lots 1, 9, 10, 24, 25, 28, 29, 32, 36	
Williams, Alfred B, & Thos. McMeekinLot 2 -	
Estate of D. B. Kenney  Lots 11, 15, 26, 27, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35	
Kenney, Belle H Lot   12   	
24.90
2.21
12.75
39.86
16.27
1.45
12.75
30.47
16.27
1.45
12.75
30.47
20.64
3.42
12.75
36.81
4.24
.40
12.75
17.39
6.75
.62
12.75
20.12
5.70
.50
12.75
18.95
9.30
.86
12.75
22.91
5.70
.50
12.75
18.95
5.07
.50
12.75
18.32
11.46
1.06
12.75
25.27
5.28
.50
12.75
18.53
5.07
.50
12.75
18.32
6.33
.60
12.75
19.68
5.73
.51
12.75
18.99
4.75
.53
12.75
18.03
6.28
.81
12.75
19.84
5.66
.68
12.75
19.09
7.29
.97
12.75
21.01
5.66
.68
12.75
19.09
5.26
.67
12.75
18.68
8.06
1.13
12.75
21.94
5.36
.68
12.75
18.79
5.26
.68
12.75
18.69
6.01
.82
12.75
19.58
5.67
.68
12.75
19.10
4.75
.53
12.75
18.03
6.28
.81
12.75
19.84
5.66
.68
12.75
19.09
7.29
.97
12.75
21.01
5.66
.68
12.75
19.09
5.26
.67
12.75
18.68
8.06
1.13
12.75
21.94
5.36
.68
12.75
18.79
5.26
.68
12.75
18.69
6.01
.82
12.75
19.58
5.67
.68
12.75
19.10
128.43
12.07
12.75
153.25
5.49
.51
12.75
18.75
9.30
.86
12.75
22.91
6.26
.54
12.75
19.55
30.82
2.82
12.75
46.39
9.30
.86
12.75
22.91
9.30
.86
12.75
22.91
7.16
.67
12.75
20.58
7.87
.73
12.75
21.35
266.86
34.62
12.75
314.23
8.74
.78
12.75
22.27
6.00
.52
12.75
19.27
24.65
3.65
12.75
41.05
1440.85
1323.90
13.75
2778.50
958.25
703.20
13.75
1075.20
991.30
733.28
13.75
1738.33
217.00
50.40
13.75
281.15
241.15
56.01
13.75
310.91
42.00
9.75
12.75
64.50
42.00
9.75
12.75
64.50
42.00
9.75
12.75
64.50
42.00
9.75
12.75
64.50
42.00
9.75
12.75
64.50
42.00
9.75
12,75
64.50
42.00
9.75
12.75
64.50
42.00
9.75
12.75
64.50
42.00
9.75
12.75
64.50
14.00
2.13
12.75
28.88
7.00
1.07
12.75
20.82
7.00
1.07
12.75
20.82
9.10
1.37
12.75
23.22
9.10
1.37
12.75
23.22
8.40
1.27
12.75
22.42
21.00
3.18
12.75
36.93
9.10
1.37
12.75
23.22
10.50
1.59
12.75
24.84
9.10
1.37
12.75
23.22
8.40
1.27
12.75
22.42
9.10
1.37
12.75
23.22
14.70
2.19
12.75
29.64
14.00
2.13
12.75
28.88
14.70
2.19
12.75
29.64
4.60
.71
12.75
18.06
10.50
1.59
12.75
24.84
10.50
1.59
12.75
24.84
10.50
1.59
12.75
24.84
12.60
1.91
12.75
27.26
10.50
1.59
12.75
24.84
10.50
1.59
12.75
24.84
10.50
1.59
12.75
24.84
16.10
2.43
12.75
31.28
16.10
2.43
12.75
31.28
16.10
2.43
12.75
31.28
10.50
1.59
12.75
24.84
10.50
1.59
12.75
24.84
21.00
3.18
12.75
36.93
10.50
1.59
12.75
24.84
10.50
1.59
12.75
24.84.
10.50
1.59
12.75
24.84
10.50
1.59
12.75
24.84
10.50
1.59
12.75
24.84
10.50
1.59
12.75
24.84
14.00
2.13
12.75
28.88
16.10
2.43
12.75
31.28
9.60
2.10
12.75
24.45
4.50
.40
13.75
18.65
3.75
.34
13.75
17.84
18.75
1.63
13.75
34.13
9.90
3.00
9.25
46.65
.86      13.75
.26      12.75
1.62
4.36
12.75
13.75
24.51
16.01
23.62
64.76
1153.20     100.35      13.75     1267.30
44.25
3.88
12.75
60.88
7.10
.61
12.75
20.46
47.64
4.18
12.75
64.57
4.26
.37
12.75
17.38 ALICE   ARM   AND  ANYOX   HERALD.   Friday, August 29, 1930
1d
Canadian Production of
Asbestos Increases
Ottawa—The Canadian produc
tion of asbestos set up a new high
record in 1929, according to i
report on the asbestos mining in
dustry released by the Dominion
Bureau at Statistics at Ottawa.
The shipments of this mineral,
which is second only to coal in
importance among the Dominion's
non-metallics, amounted to 306,055
tons last year valued at $13,172,-
581. The Bureau points out that
these figures represent an increase
of I2.l per cent, in quantity and of
17.2 per cent, iu value as compared
with the production in the previous
year of 273,033 tons worth $11,238-
360. The average value of the
1929 shipments were also higher,
the operators receiving $43,04 per
ton against the 1928 average of
$41.16. i
The asbestos rock mined
Canada during the year amounted
to 6,208,970 tons of which 4,384,
120 tons were milled. The industry
located in Quebec province was
carried on by 7 firms which reported
a total in fixed and current assets
of $33,248,927. These firms employed 3,391 persons whose combined earnings amounted to $4,-
410,535. Fuel and electricity used
during the year necessitated the
expenditure of $1,335,610, of which
$788,590 represented the cost of
71,387,897 kilowatt hours of electricity.
Woodbine Property To
Be Developed
Stewart News
A crew of men have commenced
work on the Woodbine property,
getting the camp, pipe lines, etc.
in shape for the recommencement
of development work. The property will be in active operation by
September 1st. with a crew o*
about twelve men under the personal supervision of Mr. Hugh Mo
Guire.
The persistence of gold values in
the ores of this property is one of
the most encouraging features, and
justifies further development. Extensive surface prospecting and
underground exploration will be
undertaken, and the results to be
obtained from this projected work
are looked forward to with consid'
crable interest, particularly in view
of the fact that persistent rumors
are current to the effect that good
gold values have been obtained at
depth in the adjoining Premier
property.
"How   much are rooms here?"
"Two dollars and three dollars a
day, sir."  -
"What's the difference?"
"Tlie two dollar rooms are all
taken."
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We have a large  selection   of  Ladies'   Silk
Dresses in the very latest styles, on which we
are giving a reduction of 20 per cent.
PRICES RANGE FROM $9.00 TO $26.00 EACH
Some Wonderful. Bargains.   Come and Look Them
Over.
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SHORT DESCRIPTION  OF
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Plan 970, Subd. Lot 360, Range 5:
Walberg, Margaret, Olaf & Eric  S%   Lot   12   	
Plan 1064, Subd. part of Lot 360, Range 5
Jones, William George (in trust)  Block 5 	
Plan 966, Subd. Lot 361, Range 5:
Corrigun, William N% Block 1 	
Plan 1103, Subd. part Lot 361, Range 5:
Sparks,   W.   C.   Sr..... Blocks  3, 4  	
Demean, John   Block  14  	
Plan 967, Subd. Lot 862, Range 5:
McDougall, Alice P Block  1	
Bell, L. S Block  12   „ _	
Bell, Mrs. A. E Block  13	
Moore, Virgil S Block   21    .,	
Plan 972, Subd. Lot 369, Range 5:
Bishop,  F.  C Lot 20, Block 6 	
Grenier,  Henri    Lots 10, 9, Block 9 	
Muir, John Nicholson Lot  511
Range 5, Continued:
Plan 1094, Subd. Lots 529, 927, 4415 and
part 926, Range 5:
Eyolfson,  Ragnan   Block   14   	
Plan 838, Subd. Lot 645, Range 5:
Strand,   O.  J Lot 7, Block 12 	
Range 5, Continued:
Johnson, J. B Lot 684, Undivided Vt, Int. in 320 acres..
Orde, Ernest D Lot 694,  except  G.T.P. Right of Way,
Undivided % Interest in 120 acres..
Range 5, Continued:
Toronto General Trust Corporation (In
Trust)   Lot 840, Assd. Lot A. of NW corner	
Jones, Francis  Lot  919  	
Plan 997, Subd. part Lot 919, Range 5,
Nichol Townsite:
Jones, Frank    Lots 1-16, Block 1 	
Jones, Frank    Lots 1-5, 9-16, Block 2 	
Jones, Frank    Lots 6, 7, 8, Block 4	
Jones, Frank    Lots 3-5, 9-16, Block 5 	
Jones, Frank    Lots 1, 4 to 8, and W% of Block 7	
Jones, Frank    Lots 1-13, Block 8 	
Jones, Frank    Lots 1-11, Block 9 	
Jones, Frank    Lots 1-12, Block 10 	
Jones, Frank    Lots 1, 2, 5-8, & W% Block 14 	
Jones, Frank    Lots 2-7, Block 15 	
Jones, Frank    Lots 1 to 3, 9 to 16, Block 16	
Jones, Frank    Block 21 	
Range 5, Continued:
Long, Samuel N Assd. Lot B. of Lot 979 	
Plan 1127, Subd. part Lot 983, Range 5:
Moore, Thos. Vivian   lot 3 	
Range 5, Continued:
Jones,   Francis .Lot 984, Und. % Interest in 160 acres....
Plan 1247, Subd. Lot 990, Range 5:
Kirkpatrick, A. L Block 3, Und. 2/5 Interest in 20.9 ac	
Range 5, continued :
McGuire,   Hilda    Lot  1100  	
Pease, John Francis  Lot  1393,   Assd.  Lot  2,  except  G.T.P.
Right of Way 	
Plan 1285, Subd. NW/, Lot 1400, Range 5
Monckton, Philip  M _.... Lot   1   	
Range 5, Continued:
Demean,  Albert   ...: Lot 1411, NW%  	
Sekitani,   Michi    Lot   1687   	
Wilcox, M. H Lot   1690  	
Plan 1006, Subd. Lot 1744, Range 5:
Garrett,  C. J Block  7  	
\ Range 5, Continued
Kirkpatrick, J. A Lot   1745  	
Wilcox, M. C Lot   1792    i	
Jackson,   Egcrton    Lot 1800, SE%  	
McGuire,   Hilda    Lot 1918, Assd. Lot 1 	
Lees, H. W Lot  2242   ;	
Loring, R. E Lot  2611   	
Glennie,   James    Lot  3072    : ;.	
Johnstone, J. B Lot  3984,   Unsubdivided  portion,  Und.
% Interest in 110.7 acres 	
Plan 1071, Subd. part Lot 3984, Range 5:
Johnstone, J. B Lots 3, 4, 6, Block 38, Und. % Int	
Johnstone, J. B Lots 2, 3, ,4 Block 57, Und. % Int	
Johnstone, J. B Blocks A. & B„ Blocks 68, Und. % Int.
Range 5, Continued :
Johnstone, J. B Lot  3991,  Unsubdivided  portion,  Und.
% Interest in 114.5 acres 	
Plan 1072, Subd. Lot 3991, Range 5:
Johnstone, J. B Lots, 2, 3, Block 59 	
Range 5, Continued :
Sun Life Assurance Company of CanadaLot 4004, except 20 ac. SE corner..
Healcy,  P Lot 4362  	
Muir, John Nicholson Lot  5839
Carncross,  Emma   I Lot 6252
Jones,   Francis    Lot  6263
Range 5, Continued :
Plan 412, Subd. SE'/, of NW1/, Sec. 15,
Twp. 1, Range 5, Port Simpson Townsite
Thomas, Mattie A Lots 1, 6, 7, 12, 2-5, 8-11, Block 4	
Parsons, Mrs. G. S Lot 1, Block 5  :	
Thomas, Mattie A Lots 10, 11, 12, Block 6	
Thomas, Mattie A Lots 7-11, Block 8 	
Thomas, Mattie A Lots 1, 2, 11, 12, Block 13 	
Thomas, Mattie A Lots 1, 2, 10-15, 23, 24, Block 14 	
Thomas, Mattie A .Lots 7, 8, Block 15	
Thomas, Mattie A Lots 3, 5, Block 18	
Plan 899, Subd. Lot A., SE1/, Sec 16,
Twp.  1,  Range 5:
Flewin, Helen  Lots 1-14, 17-32, Block 3 	
Plan 443, Subd. Sf£ of E% of NW'/„
Sec. 21, Twp. 1, Range 5:
Davis, Thomas   Lot 6, Block D 	
Plan 401, Subd. part Sections 32, S3, 34,
Twp. 1, Range 5:
Duncan, Isabella  Lot 7, Block A. of Lot 22	
Borth, George H Lot 5, Block D. of Lot 26	
Plan 765, Subd. Section 4, Twp 1,
Range 5:
Pringle, George C. F Lots 1, 2, Block 13 	
Rentz,   Eugene   Lots 29, Block 21 	
Plan 1319, Subd. part Lot 7, Cassiar:
Tomlinson,  Alice Lot 15  	
Plan 969, Subd. Lot 63, Cassiar:
Bromley, Marcy  G .Lot 44, Block 2 	
Plan 973, Subd. Lot 336, Cassiar
Kennedy, R.  W.,  Rolston, tf. W.  M,
and Rochfort. H. D. O Lots  1-24, Block 59 	
Poole, Mrs. Elizabeth R ...Lots 13-20, Block 71 	
16.84
1.83
12.75
31.42
41.27
3.62
12.75
57.64
13.85
1.39
12.75
2759
6.58
26.71
.57
2.40
12.75
12.75
19.90
41.86
26.33
84.11
84.11
21.98
2.32
7.44
7.44
2.84
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
41.40
104.30
104.30
37.57
24.52
9.05
3.32
.35
12.75
12.75
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22.15
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12.75
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12.75
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18.81
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189.00
49.68
13.75
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10.79
9.50
.92
.63
13.75
13.75
25.46
23.88
29.31
23.57
6.94
23.78
27.74
28.72
24.76
24.76
31.69
11.89
25.77
4.95
2.51
1.83
.48
1.83
2.15
2.23
1.91
1.91
2.47
.87
2.00
.31
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
44.57
38.15
20.17
38.36
42.64
43.70
39.42
39.42
46.91
25.51
40.52
18.01
44.11
3.87
13.75
61.73
32.56
3.54
12.75
48.85
35.22
3.09
13.75
52.06
13.09
1.10
12.75
26.94
98.70
8.74
13.75
121.19
33.20
2.86
13.75
49.81
3.00
.26
12.75
16.01
22.95
40.41
7.68
1.99
3.51
.85
13.75
13.75
13.75
38.69
57.67
22.28
9.00
.78
12.75
22.53
118.13
24.90
18.15
30.00
30.00
40.80
53.85
10.40
2.16
1.57
2.66
2.66
3.61
4.76
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
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40.81
33.47
46.41
46.41
58.16
72.36
41.25
3.64
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58.64
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3.00
6.00
.26
.26
.52
12.75
12.75
12.75
16.01
16.01
19.27
52.98
3.50
13.75
70.23
3.00
.26
12.75
16.01
94.50
24.00
8.36
2.08
13.75
13.75
116.61
39.83
17.25
18.90
23.40
1.50
1.64
2.52
13.75
13.75
13.75
32.50
34.29
39.67
34.76
10.00
9.89
13.56
11.90
29.25
8.44
7.44
5.73
1.76
1.60
2.23
1.96
4.86
1.43
2.54
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
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24.24
28.54
26.61
46.86
22.62
22.73
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52.32
20.78
8.00
6.00
1.02
.52
12.75
12.75
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19.27
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.71
.52
12.75
12.75
21.33
19.27
3.29
.37
12.75
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8.87
.79
12.75
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22.99
5.00
2.40
.52
12.75
12.75
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CONTINUED   ON   PAGE  4 ALICE   ARM   AND  ANYOX   HERALD.   Friday, August 29, 1930
Concentrator Win Base-
Ball Championship
In Close Game
On Sunday afternoon, the Concentrator won the Cup and Cham
pion&liip of tlie Anyox Baseball
League by downing the Mine team
by tlie score of 11 to 10 after
thirteen innings of hard fought
baseball.
At the start things looked very
bad For the .Mine who were six
runs down at the end of the
Beooud inning, however they tightened up, and not another Concentrator player could reach the plate
until the eleventh inning. It was
a very fatal eleventh inning for
tlie Mine too, for in their half they
bagged three runs to break a seven
all tie, and it looked as though the
game was theirs, but when the
Concentrator boys came to bat
they made the most of a couple of
Welding errors by the Mine hoys
which with a couple of hits, one a
pretty two bugger by Johnnie
Cheuoskie, gave the Concentrator
three runs to again tie the score at
10-all.
The Mine team threatened to
score in both the twelfth and
thirteenth innings, but they just-
could not get a runner across the
plate for the winning run. The
Concentrator also gave the Mine
boys a scare in the twelfth, and in
the thirteenth they had the game
handed to them on what must
have been a solid gold platter.
Whitehouse scored the winning
run, after one man had been put
out. He got on the bases with a
nice single, and stole second while
Hill was striking out, and when
Hopkinson rapped a grounder to
short, Whitehouse decided to try
and make third and Allan at
shortstop for the Mine made a low
throw to third to cut off White-
house, the ball hit the ground and
took a bad bounce, and before
Anderson could retrieve it, White
house had crossed the plate to end
the game.
Iu spite of the number of errors
the game was fast and very interesting from the fans point of view,
and three double-plays were injected into the proceedings at
critical moments and after the
Mine had got going it was anybody's game right up to the final
play.
It was a good game to win and
a mighty tough one to lose, for
either side. On the run of the
play the Mine should have won.
but as has been their luck all
season, just when th?y needed
them most the breaks went against
them.
ALICE ARM NOTES
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J. B. Williams arrived on Saturday from Truro, Nova Scotia in
order to visit his cousin, Wm. M.
Cummings whom he had not seen
for 2lJ years. Mr. Williams spent
a very enjoyable holiday and left on
Friday to resume his duties as chief
freight clerk of the C. N. Railways
at Truro.
Frank D. Rice, B.C.L.S. arrived
on Monday from Prince Rupert and
left again on Thursday. While here
he surveyed the Bunker Hill group
of mineral claims.
Mrs. B. Wilson, who left here a
short time ago returned on Thursday from Prince Rupert for a
brief visit. She plans to reside in
Prince Rupert during the coming
winter.
Ross E. Oatman, accountant for
the Public Works Department,
Anyox spent a day in town on
business during the week.
J. A. McDiarmid, who has spent
nearly two weeks at Anyox Hospital returned home on Thursday,
greatly improved in health.
Mrs. T. W. Falconer and daughter Juanita, who have been spending summer holidays with Mr. Falconer, left on Thursday for Vancouver.
Joe Marriott left on Monday's
boat for Stewart.
Win. O'Neill of Anyox spent a
few days at Silver City during tlie
week, visiting Mrs. O'Neill and
family.
Harry Ward, has spent the week
here visiting Mrs. Ward and family. The later have spent the past
month here and returned home
today.
J. Kirkland has spent the week
here visiting Mrs. Kirkland and
family. They will return home to
Anyox on Monday.
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Plan  1446, Subd. Lot 432,  Cassiar:
Limited  Lots   2-7,   9-11,   13,  15-17,   19-21,   23-25,
Block   1   	
Limited  Lots 2-11, 14-17, Block 2 	
Limited  Lots 2-5, 7-13, 18-24, Block 4 	
Limited  Lots 1-4, 6-11, 16-19, Block 6 	
Limited  Lots 1, 4-6, 14-2(1, Block 7 	
Limited  Lots 1-3, 6-22, Block 8 	
Limited  Lots 3-15, 23, 24, 25, Block 9 	
Limited  Lois  1-3,  5-7, 9-11,  13-15,  17-20,  22-24,
26-28, lilk. 13, and Reserve Community   as   shown   on   Plan   1446,
Limited        Lots 1-7, Block 14 	
Limited  Lots 1, 2, 4-6, 8-10, 12, 13, 15-17, 19-21,
23-25, Block 15 	
Limited  Lots 1, 2, 4-6, 9-11, 13-15, Block 16	
Limited  Lots 1-7, 9-11, 14, Block 17 	
Limited  Lots 1, 3-5, 7-9, 11, Block 18 	
Limited Lots 1, 2, 4-14, 16-18, 20-22, Block 19	
Cassiar District:
Portland Canal Maritime Co., Ltd  Lot 434, except Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4
Gray,   S Lot  452  	
Duncan,
Russell,
Duncan,
Plan 818, Subd. part Lot 466, Cassiar,
Stewart  Townsite:
J. S Lot  12, Block 4 	
Olie  Lot 7, Block 5 	
,1. S Lots 7, 8, Block 8 	
Finch, Perry and Louis A., & Hickey,
Thos Lot 12, Block 10 	
Pigott, Mrs. Reginald S Lot 21, Block II 	
Pigot, R. S Lot 14, Block 12 	
Plan 1191, Subd. part Lot 466, Cassiar:
Carolan,  Helen    Lot  5,  Block  14 	
Stewart, .lames  Lots 22, 23, 24, Block 18 	
Plan 818A., Subd. part Lot 466, Cassiar:
Benley, R. .1., & Emma LaC Lot 23, Block 16  »	
Gibson,  A.   .1 Lot 14, Block 17  *:	
Ramsay, John  Lot 18, Block 22 	
Cassiar,   Continued:
..Lot 468, SE%, Block B 	
Hawkinson,  Jacob  P	
Plan 905, Subd. part. Lot 466, Cassiar:
Stewart,   Andrew    Lot 10, Block 2 	
Stratford,   Hugo  C Lot 20, Block 4 	
Healey, R. J, & Emma LaC Lot 4, Block 7 	
Stewart,  W Lot   19,   Block  8  	
Stewart,  R.  M Lots 22, 23, 24, Block 10 	
Johnstone, J. B Lot 3,  Block 12 	
Stewart, Mrs. Marcia  Lot 8, Block 12 	
Plan 958, Subd. Lot 469, Cassiar:
Stratford,  Mrs.  Estella   Lot  1,  Block  25 	
Mahood, Grant   Lot 23, Block 29 	
Giles, W. E Lot 731,
Falconer,   Christian    Lot  732
Cassiar, continued:
Block A. Map 1242 ...
Plan
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots
Plan 1283, Subd. Lot 866, Cassiar:
Horstman,   Henry    Lot  5B   	
953, Subd. Lot 794, Cassiar, Bitter
Creek  Townsite:
145, Block 1 	
1-33, Block 2	
1-11, Block 3 	
1-4, Block 4 	
1-48, Block 7 	
1-22, 25-48, Block 10	
1-48, Block 11  	
1-48, Block 12 	
1-24, Block 13 	
1-20, Block 14 	
1-48, Block 16 	
1-48, Block 17  (.
1-48, Block 18 	
1-48, Block 19 	
1-48, Block 20 	
1-25, Block 21 	
Plan 1222, Subd. part Lot 1074, Cassiar:
McDonald, Walter, and Miller, Fred  Lots 1, 2, Block 2 	
Basrik,  Mike   Lot 13, Block 4 	
Cassiar, continued:
Anderson, Isobel  Lot 1675, Und. Yt Int. in 48 ac	
Frost, John  K Lot  2353  	
Jackson, D. B. M Lot 3087, SWA.  	
Free, Isaac \V Lot 3106, NWA, and Lot 3110, SE% ....
Plan 1087, Subd. Lots 3333 & 468,
Cassiar:
Terry, Wallace S Lots 7, 8, Block 14 	
Esselmont, W. T Lots 13., 14, Block 15	
Cassiar, continued:
Wilson, James   Lot 3602
Plan 1251, Subd. Lot 4044, Cassiar:
Portland Canal Maritime Co., Ltd Lots 1, 2, 3, 5-7, 9-11, 13-15, 17, 18, 19,
Block  1    S	
Portland Canal Maritime Co., Ltd Lots 2, 3, 4, 6-8, 10-12, 14-16, 18-20, Blk 2
Portland Canal Maritime Co., Ltd Lots 2, 3, Block 3 	
Portland Canal Maritime Co., Ltd Lots 3, 4, 5, Block 4 	
Portland Canal Maritime Co., Ltd Lots 1, 2. 5-7, 9-11, 13-15, 17-19, 21, 25,
27, 29-31, 37, 39, Block 5	
Portland Canal Maritime Co., Ltd Lots 7-9, 11-13, 15-17, 19-21, Block 6....
Bell,   Helen    Lot 27, Block 6 	
McDougall, Hugh  Lot 28, Block 6 	
Bell,   Helen    Lot 44,  Block 6 	
Portland Canal Maritime Co., Ltd Block 7, (Unsubdivided) 	
Cassiar, Continued:
Dockerill,  F.  M Lot 2618, Und. 10/36 Int. in 321 ac	
Dockerill,   W.   R Lot 2618, Und. 10/36 Int. in 321 ac	
Dockerill,   W.   R Lot 2619, Und. 10/36 Int. in 244 ac	
Dockerill, F. M Lot 2619, Und. 10/36 Int. in 244 ac	
Plan 948, Subd. Lot 3, Queen Charlotte
Islands:
Dory,   Julia    Lots 21, 22, Block 22 	
Crump, Antoine  Lot 28, Block 22 	
Queen Charlotte Islands:
Buckley  Securities, Limited   Lot 6 	
Buckley Securities, Limited  Lot 7, Unsubdivided portion 	
Plan 946 Subd. Lot 7, Q.C.I., Masset
Townsite:
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural  Resources  Lots 1-13, 17-26, Block 1 	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands  Natural  Resources  Lots 5-30, Block 2  '.	
Queen   Charlotte   Isiands   Natural  Resources  Lots 3-29, Block 3  .'.	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural  Resources   Lots 1, 2, 5-23, Block 4	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural  Resources   Lots 4-6, 8, 11-29, Block 5  t	
Queen   Charlotte  Isiands   Natural  Resources  , Lots 1-28, Block 6 	
Queen   Charlotte   Isiands   Natural  Resources   Lots 5-32, Block 7 	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural   Resources   Lots 1-16, 19-21, 23, Block 8 	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural   Resources  Lots 1-32, Block 12 	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural  Resources  .Lots 3-32, Block 13 	
Queen   Charjotte   Islands   Natural  Resources   Lots 14, 17-29, Block 14 	
Eaton, J. A Lots 15, 16, Block 14 	
Richardson, Mrs. Mary  .Lot 7, Block 15 	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands  Natural  Re- . .     <
sources   Lots 8, 10, 11, 15, 16, Block 15 	
Queen   Chariotte   Islands  Natural  Re- .   .   .,
sources  .:. .Lots 1-6, Block 16
1.3.27
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.69
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25.63
21.68
1.85
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.   36.28
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1.38
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25.96
2.23
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40.94
21.41
1.82
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28.45
2.48
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.52
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20.33
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224.91
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.38
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8,70
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8.82
.92
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17.68
1.85
12.75
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9.94
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.50
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96.38
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.53
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.52
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4.25
.45
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.69
13.75
22.56
3.36
.39
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2.83
.33
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4.23
.48
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69.86
7.46
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.52
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.57
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4.06
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37.51
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1.46
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.40
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.30
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.70
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.60
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' 1.50
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.70
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3.60
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.29      12.75
2.43      13.75
16.64
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6.32
10.30
.57
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12.75
135.75
19.64
9.00
15.82
8.40
49.59
.78
1.69
.92
4.39
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
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31.26
23.07
67.73
17.68
119.30
1.84
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12.75
32.27
144.16
43.93
CONTINUED   ON PAGE  6
50.94
43.90
7.31
10.79
4.48
3.82
.61
.95
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12.75
12.75
12.75
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60.47
20.67
24.49
258.26
42.80
10.84
79.30
208.74
93.08
25.48
3.75
.93
6.20
18.37
8.14
12.75
12.75
12.75
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12.75
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59.30
24.52
98.25
239.86
113.97
311.35
311.35
281.45
281.45
97.27
97.27
82.59
82.59
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13.75
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422.37
422.37
377.79
377.79
6.00
24.13
.52
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38.83
496.81
78.15
44.26
8.97
13.75
13.75
554.82
100.87
15.32
1.34
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29.41
15.53
1.36
12.75
29.64
16.28
1.42
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30.45
31.80
4.10
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23.63
2.07
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38.45
27.31
2.44
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42.50
27.31
2.44
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42.50
20.54
1.83
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31.45
2.82
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47.02
29.55
2.61
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44.94
22.62
6.75
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2.06
.56
.43
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12.75
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18.24
8.41
.72
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21.88
7.09
.62
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20.46 ALICE  ARM  AND ANYOX  HERALD.  Friday, August 29, 1930
7'
New Liquor Board Takes
Charge
The formal resignation of Hugh
Davidson as liquor commissioner
was made public in the British
Columbia Gazette last week. He
is succeeded in charge of liquor
affairs of the province of Britsh
Columbia by a board consisting of
H. B. Thomson, W. F. Kennedy
andW. J. Baird.   ,
Compulsory  Health   Insurance May Be Adopted
A report in favor of the enactment of a compulsory system of
publio health insurance will undoubtedly be brought in by the
British Columbia Royal Commission on state health insurance and
maternity benefits, it was stated
by C. H. Gibbons, secretary of the
commission, before the convention
of the British Columbia Hospitals
Association, the Western Hospital
Association and the Northwest
Association. All interests in the
province favor a system of state
health insurance, he declared.
"It's a matter of life and death,"
as the insurance agent said when
he went to interview the big
business man.
YOU CAN PREVENT FOREST FIRES
Canadian
forest industries
add five hundred
million dollars
annually to the
national wealth.
Their very existence is threatened
hy forest fires,
which directly or
indirectly affect
every citizen
through their
menace to the
national prosperity.
Every Canadian
should be careful
with fire while in
the woods.
ave ihe
FORESTS
Millions depend on them/
FOREST SERVICE
DEPARTMENT OF   INTERIOR
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Alice Arm
Baggage, Freighting, Pack
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BUILDING LOTS
AUCE ARM
Business Lots from to $200
$500
Residential Lots from $200
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THE ALICE ARM MEAT MARKET
W. A. WILSON, Proprietor
WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL
Dealers in Fresh, Salt, and Smoked Meats,
Fish, Poultry, Butter and Eggs
Equipped with Modern  Cold Storage Plant
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British Columbia
Department of Mines
British Colombia, the Mineral Province of Western Canada,
has produced over $182,455,854 worth of mineral products.
Mineral Production, year 1928—$65,372,583.00.
Mineral Production, year 1929-$68,245,443.00.
Reports and Bulletins available on application, and mailed
free of charge to any given address, include:
"ANNUAL REPORTS"—These contain detailed accounts of
mining conditions and developments in the Province during the year with which the}' deal.
"British Colombia, the Mineral Province of Canada"—A handy
reference book summarizing the previous year's mining
activity and giving an outline of British Columbia mining law.
"Placer Mining in British Columbia"—A Special Bulletin
dealing with a branch of mining in respect of which the
Province offers unusual opportunities.
"Report on Taku River Area, Atlin Mining Division"—This tells
the story of the discovery and the pending development
of a new lode mining field now attracting much attention.
ADDRESS:
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COUNTER ALICE   ARM   AND  ANYOX   HERALD.   Friday, August 29,  1930
j      ANYOX NOTES      j
Fred Pearson, arrived home on
Tuesday from holidays spent in
Vancouver and Victoria.
Among those leaving1 on Tuesday
for the round trip on the Prince
Charles, were Mr. and Mrs. H. R.
Patrick, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dunn
and daughter Nan, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Cloke and daughter Margery and
Miss Mildred Dresser.
Mrs. C. W. Ruckhaber spent a
few days at Alice Arm during the
week, the guest of Mrs. J. Wier.
Sid Armstrong returned home on
Tuesday from a vacation spent in
Vancouver and vicinity.
R. Farrelly spent a few day's
holiday at Silver City during the
week.
Mr. J. M. Fleman arrived on
Monday from the south.
Mr. R. Magator arrived on Monday's boat.
Among the arrivals on Monday
were: Mrs. E. Deane, Miss Hill,
Mrs. F. Griffiths.
Misses Mary and Alice Dodsworth returned on Monday from
holidays spent in Vancouver.
J. Dodsworth returned home on
Monday from a visit to the south.
Mr. R. Shewan returned from a
short visit to Prince Rupert on
Monday.
Among the arrivals on Monday
were: R. B. King and Alex McLeod.
Mr. L. Hunter left for Vancouver
on Monday.
Among the departures for Prince
Rupert on Monday were J. Mcintosh, Mrs. Sorrenti and children
and Mrs. Pamero.
Mr. W. A. Barnes, P. Gordon,
T. R. Gilbert were among the
departures on Monday.
The British Canadian Medical
Association meets for the first time
in Winnipeg. Dr. Lang left on
Tuesday to attend the meeting at
which Lord Dawson of Penn will
be present.
Mrs. J. Lang and daughter left
on Tuesday for a holiday at Tellel.
Misses M. and F. Cavers left for
holidays on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. O'Brien and
family returned home on Monday
from a vacation spent in Prince
Rupert.
Mrs F. Cameron and sons who
have been visiting her son C. Cameron, returned to Prince Rupert on
Tuesday.
Is. Patton left on Friday for a
vacation in the south.
D. S. Campbell left on Friday for
a vacation in the south.
C. P. Ashmore, superintendent of
Granby Stores left for a month's
visit in the south on Friday.
I. Bassctt returned on Friday
from holidays spent in the south.
C. Reed returned from holidays
in the south on Friday.
Mrs. W. R. Scott, who accompanied Mrs. Bray to Vancouver,
returned home on Friday.
Miss E. Price left on Friday for
the south.
Mrs. J. McMillan left for holidays
in the south on Friday.
Miss K. Wynmouth and Miss K.
Herrin, who have been spending
holidays here returned to the south
on Friday.
Among the southbound passengers on Friday, were: L. Tarsian,
S. W. Macintosh, R. Shewan, left
on Friday for Prince Rupert.
M. Markovitch, M. G. McLeod,
A. G. Snydan were outgoing pass
engers on Friday.
B. F. Jones departed for the
south on Friday.
Among those leaving for the
south on Friday, were: S. Mitchell
A. W. Pierce, R. Perkins, H. Billing-ton.
Miss Mildred Dresser returned
home on Friday from a holiday
spent at Prince Rupert.
Mr. and Mrs. Windrem returned
on Friday from holidays spent in
southern cities.
TAX   SALES,   Continued.
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT  DESCRIPTION
PROPERTY
OF
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Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural   Resources  Lots 1, 2, 8, 9, 10, Block 17 .
'I
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that on
and after August 1st. 1930, lands in
the Railway Belt and Peace River
Block recently transferred to the
Province by the Dominion, come
under the administration and laws of
the Province.
It is the desire of the Government
to foster settlement in conformity
with these regulations and furnish all
information to assist this end, but no
consideration will be given persons
squatting upon or entering into occupation of such lands without authority.
H.  CATHOART,
Deputy Minister of Lands.
MINERAL ACT
(Form F)
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
"Bing" Fractional Mineral Claim,
situate in the Naas River Mining Division of Cassiar District.
Where located: On Trout Creek,
Upper Kitsault River, adjoining the
Moose Group.
TAKE NOTICE that we, John
Strombeek, Free Miner's Certificate
No. 48135-C, and Miles Donald, Free
Miner's Certificate No.-48184-C, intend
sixty days from the date hereof to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant*
of the above claim.
And further take notice thataction,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of suoh Certificate
of Improvements.
Dateo this 20th. day of June, A. D„
1930.
JOHN  STROMBECK,
MILES  DONALD.
Buckley
Buckley
Buckley
Buckley
Buckley
Buckley
Buckley
Buckley
Buckley
Buckley
Buckley
Buckley
Lawson,
G. F.
Lawson,
G. F,
Lawson,
G. F.
Lawson,
G. F.
Securities,
Securities,
Securities,
Securities,
Securities,
Securities,
Securities,
Securities,
Securities,
Securities,
Securities,
Securities,
Ltd.
Ltd. .
Ltd.
Ltd.
Ltd.
Ltd.
Ltd.
Ltd.
Ltd.
Ltd.
Ltd.
Ltd.
E. H„ Dunn, .1. C. S.,
, & Knight, Winnifred
E. H., Dunn, J. C. S„
., & Knight, Winnifred
E. H., Dunn, .1. C. S.,
, & Knight, Winnifred
E. H., Dunn, ,1. C. S.,
, & Knight, Winnifred
Plan 946A.,
 Waterfrontage,
 Waterf rentage,
 Waterfrontage,
 Waterfrontage,
 Waterfrontage,
 Waterfrontage,
 Waterfrontage,
 Waterfrontage,
 Waterfrontage,
 Waterfrontage,
 Waterfrontage,
 Block 91  	
Palmer,
F Waterfrontage,
Palmer,
F Waterfrontage,
Palmer,
F Lots 1-5, Block
Palmer,
F Waterfrontage,
Subd. Lot 7, Q.CX
Block 79 	
Block 80 	
Block 81 	
Block 82 	
Block 83 	
Block 84 	
Block 85 	
Block 86 	
Block 87 	
Block 88 	
Block 89 	
Block 93
Block 96
97 	
Block 98
Buckley Securities, Ltd  Lot
Buckley Securities, Ltd  Lot
Buckley Securities, Ltd  Lot
Buckley Securities, Ltd  Lot
Plan 934, Subd. Lota  16 & 16A., Q.C.I.
Cameron, Winnie B Lot 2, Block 14 	
Q.C.I. District,  continued:
7A 	
8   „	
10    ■.
11	
Plan 1032, Subd. Lot 234, Q.C.I.
Einarson, Mrs. K Lots 9, 10, Block 31 	
Einarson, Groa S Lot 11, Block 31 	
Q.C.I. District, continued:
Scharffe,   Robert    Lots 1, 2, of Lot 253 	
Vyse,   William    Lot   288  	
Hyder,  H '.; Lot   532  	
Dignain,  Mary  Ella   Lot  593  	
Plan 1079, Subd. Lot 746, Q.C.I.
Blackburn,   Helen    Block A. of Lot 8, Block 36, (Map 1434)
Morse,   Frank Lots 5, 6, Block 42 	
McCrea, Nellie K Lots 7, 8, Block 42 	
Tingley,  B.  I, Lots 1-6, Block 44 	
Mallory,   Frank    Lot 10, Block 48 	
May, James, & Lea Brenton T Lots 15, 16, Block 51 	
5.52
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3.21
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3.19
3.21
3.19
3.19
3.19
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3.26
3.26
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4.94
4.27
23.60
22.72
73.19
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6.00
6.00.
6.00
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13.48
36.58
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16.62
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.52
1.34
3.10
14.98
.52
.52
Q.C.I.  District,  continued:
756  	
762, SEVi  	
765 SWA  	
847A., SEy4  	
895,  swy*   	
992, NE% of SW'/4 	
1031,  NE>/4
Monsell,  F.  W Lot
Vyse,   William Lot
Vyse,   William    Lot
McLellan, P. D Lot
Smith,  James    Lot
Dicker,   Frank    Lot
LaPorte, J. B Lot   .... ,  	
Henderson,   Alex Lot 1631, E% of SE% & NWU of NW%
Miller, S„ Elliott, S. C, Waldis, A. R.,
Pettigrew, E. R. Pattison, J., et al....Lot  1665  	
Dawson, Dr. William James  Lot 1965 	
Dawson, Dr. William James  Lot  1967   ...
Chapman,   Fred    NEVi Section 9, Twp. 14 	
Home Estate  Corporation  NV6 of NE%; S% of SM of NEy4; SK
of SVi of NW'/4; N% of SWH; and
S% of SEy4, Lot 1632 	
2.08
1.03
2.08
.88
1.12
2.66
2.13
420.00     126.48
240.00 21.28
229.50 20.35
105.00 9.31
24.00 2.08
24.00
9.36
24.00
8.00
10.73
30.00
24.00
12.75
12.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
18.76
16.27
16.22
16.27
16.20
16.22
16.20
16.20
16.20
16.27
16.27
16.27
16.42
17.68
17.75
18.30
17.55
40.06
39.27
116.01
52.11
19.27
19.27
19.27
25.51
40.08
28.69
53.44
19.27
30.71
59.33
207.05
19.27
19.27
39.83
24.14
39.83
22.63
25.60
46.41
39.88
560.23
275.03
263.60
128.06
39.83
985.35    290.02      13.75    1289.12
A. J. LANCASTER,
Provincial Collector.
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C. M. BRYANT
A. R. S. M. Eng.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
ASSAY OFFICE
Stewart, B. 0.
Leave Samples at Herald Office
M. M. STEPHENS & Co. Ltd.
INSURANCE IN AU ITS BRANCHES
WRITTEN ANYWHERE
The oldest Financial Office in Northern B. C.
Office:  PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
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Candies, Stationery, Proprietary
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc.
W. M. CummingS,   Agent for all Vancouver Daily Papers
Post Office Building, Alice Arm
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MEN'S   WEAR   DEPARTMENT
We are giving a shirt and tie, (value $5.00,) free with our special $35.00 suits of plain
blue serge or herringbone weave.   These suits are made-to-measure and are well known
as "Cambridge" Clothes.   We guarantee you the latest styles and a perfect Cv
A SUIT, A SHIRT AND TIE   - -   ALL FOR $35.00.
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Drug Department
Wampoles Grape Salts, $1.00
Wampoles Milk of Magnesia, 50c.
Wampoles Compound Sulphur Ointment, 25c.
Wampoles Boric Acid Ointment, 25c.
Wampoles Magnolax, - - $1.00
Wampoles Ext. Cod Liver, $1.00
Gold  Seal  Fruit  Slices,    -    40c.
per lb. pkgs.
Willards Anne Hathaway Chocolates,
75c. per lb. pkgs.
Hardware
Department
SUPPLIES FOR THE HUNTER
Dominion Shells, - -     $1.65
Remington Shells, - -     $1.75
10 to 16 Gauge Cleaning Rods, 75c.
Gun Grease,   - - -      25c.
Gun Oil,        - - -      30c.
Rust Remover, - -      25c.
SHOE DEPARTMENT
For the week commencing Sept 1st. we are offering a 10 per cent, reduction on all our
Hartt Shoes.   They are the best made shoes in Canada, and the quality is the best
In either black or brown, oxford or boot styles.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
We have received a sample shipment of towels, which are real bargains and worth your
while to take advantage of the price at 50c. to $1.20 per pair.   Pillow ticking, real extra
quality, 55c. per yard.   Doctor's flannel, in white and red, $1.05 per yard.
GRANBY   STORES
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