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 South Fort George has now
a licensed hotel, and should be
the means of destroying the
"blind" auxiliaries.
\
"OV   <-_   l_ ,
FORT GEORGE HERALD
The red stage coach marks
another epoch in our history.
It will be the ebony-officered
Pullman to roll along next!
VOLUME  1,   NO. 64
SOUTH   FORT   GEORGE,   B.C.,   NOVEMBER4,   1911
$3DOLLARS  PER ANNUM
A QUESTIONABLE FIRM
The well defined policy of The Horald,
which is to teur the guts out of every flijtn-
(luin proposition that ooimes within our radius of operation in this country, is being
assisted by many of our readers who find
themselves the victims of misrepresentation
and fraud. This week wo are in receipt of a
communication from Noola, Iowa, stating
that a number of people in that country
were the victims of an outfit named tike
Grand Trunk Pacific Land Company, in1
corporated under the laws of the State of
Washington, and having nothing whatsoever to do with the Grand Trunk Railway
Company of Canada. This company is en.
ubled to operate under the name of the Canadian Kailroad immune from consequences
that would affect them in Canada were thoy
to trespass upon tho railway company's
titular rights, in much tho same w-ay as at
criminal may dodge extradition in one or
two remote corners of the globe. The gentleman in Iowa writes that he has recently
returned, from a tour of investigation of tl«
land selling company's proposition in this
district. He finds that tho company havo
been selling land to which they had no title
from bogus maps and field notes. We have
known this company for some years, and
its promoters, and had gained an impression from their operations in tho Nechaco
valley, that they wore fairly honest, as lnnd
peddlers go, aside I'rolu the undue advantage
thoy take of using the nnine of a Canadian
Railway as bail for their sales. We have
lately received a letter of romonsterance from
the president of the company for exposing
flim-flamers here, and the reason tlwrefore is
beginning to dawn upon us.
BRAVO! Str. CHILCOTIN
The Fort George Timber and Trading Co.
are certainly to be congratulated upon the
termination of a most successful season, but
especially must they be congratulated upon
the commendable work of Captain 1). H.
Poster, of their big steamer Chilcotin, and
his engineers and crew, who have successfully navigated the staunch river boat so
far into the season. The Chilcotin arrived
here early in the week with a large cargo
anu a do_-___U___x_i_   _., ..am   or- paswragura;
The water was exceptionally low anu navigation consequently a hazardous matter.
The company intends to send lhe boat to
Soda, Croek again to install some new machinery on the ways, if the present soft spoil
continues for a few days more. At present
Captain Foster and the crew of the Chilcotin aro up tike river making temporary repairs to the little steamer Fort Fraser,
which isbeochod near the G-pcolmbe rapids
as the result of an accident that daimagec.
her hull and she is expected here early next'
week.
FORT GEORGE TOWN
AMOTION METHODS.
With a Few Sidelights on its Promotors for the Winnipeg Post and the Vancouver Saturday Sunset .-Aud Some Corroberative Data.
A REGETTED DEPARTURE
One of tho outgoing conveyances, leaving
South Fort Goorge during the next few
days will carry away amongst its passengers W. J. Mackay, for thc past year of the
Fort Goorgo Herald, lt is with feelings of
sincere regret that we chronicle in these col1
umns the departure of Mr. Mackay from this"
community, and more especially from the
staff of the Fort (ioorge Herald, wliere his
long experience in the newspaper business,'
from thc Argentine Republic to the Yukon!
has been of invaluable assistance in thc affairs of this journal. W. .). Mackay first
came to this country at the re.|uost of John'
Houston when he was forced to send to the'
outside fgr relief to take charge of his paper'
hero. The two men possess many characteristics in common, for they were partners'
«t Nelson in the early days in the publication of the Daily Tribune in that city.1
They met on the frozen trail between here
and Quosnel, Houston was riding in a toboggan, drawn by dogs, they stopped and
shook hands, Houston instructing Mackay
to "run the paper as if he owned it" nnd
went on to Quesnel wb.ro ho died a few days
Inter. Then George .1. Hammond infimid-'
atod Houston's heir into selling his uncle's
paper for a song by a trumped-up case
of liliol and Mackay left tho country as the
paper had "fallen atnong theivos." Thi_
cfiinpany was later successful in securing his
services of Tho Herald, W. .1. Mackay now
leaves to enter upon a newspaper venture of
his own. He hns trodden many of the rough
trails of tho west and is a remnant of tho
old-time printer-journalists who havo done
so much to mold the destinies of li. C. Wo
wish him the liest that is in life.
Tho British Columbia Express Company
aro now preparing for a heavy winter's
traffic over the road. Extra horses are
being scattered along the route.
Negotiations for Indian Reserve No. 1 are
■n abeyance pending detailed Instructlons
r<"«m Ottawa for the tranifer. Indian In pe I-
»r Ham-den li holding all Indian* l.ere for
Inui negotiation*.
[_ Goorge J. Hammond is making the best
of the climb-down article printed by thc
Winnipeg Post correspondent, Hay Stead,
who arrived here with one of Hammond's
counter-jumpers a few weeks ago. It was
reproduced last week in Lis personal organ,
the Fort (leorge Tribune, for the first time,
although it appeared in the Winnipeg Post
on September 30th. and was commented on
in the columns of this paper on the seventh
of October.! Mr. Hammond realizes the fact
that a combined effort towards a certain
end is a leverage, whereas a desultory attack is not so effective, und it is a strange
coincidence that other of his mud-wallowing
journals allude to the article simultaneously
with the reprint in his townsite organ, a
rag printed to boost his townsite under an
alias, on a press discarded by a Vancouver
Chinaman, and edited and run by his
townsite manager, a harmless individual,
not particulary endowed with grey matter,
but trained to yelp at Lis master's call, and
fawn upon his heels.
The Vaneouver Saturday Sunset, a blackmailing shoot edited by a plausablc, long-
winded mountebank whom we have termed
a journalistic pimp, whose weekly promoter's pamphlet George Hammond has already used to effect in his campaign of defense against the attacks of the few journals
that have endeavored to tell the public the
truth ubout his townsites, rushes to his
aid with comment upon the favorable report presented in the Post after that paper
had sent in their correspondent on the invitation of, and accompanied by George J;
Hammond's right hand man. This Sunset
swine resorts to irrelevant lying and balderdash regarding the editor of this paper.
His own moral character stinks of rottenness, but is a mutter beside the issue, and
remembering thut he has straddled the ford
of matrimony we would rather prefer to stay
with the main contention regarding the
-itttcnTeTirpTrTO-WTn-m.- anil EBBS?TroW'TrM.
which are matters of public, interest, rather
thnn cast side-lights upon tno peccadillos of
his sordid existance, especially as his importance is significant io his own estimation
only. It is amusing to reud the assanino
comment of the Sunset writer, showing, as
tbay do, his abnormal inconsistency. When
he came in here last year as the guest of
George .). Hammond, to write material calculated to protect the Natural Resources
Company from the attacks of Toronto Saturday Night, he wrote columns of material
which the evolution of tho townsite situation here are discrediting absolutely and for
ever. He now rejoices secretly in finding
that another journal of Lis ilk has also
prostituted its columns to serve the will of
the Hammond interests, and to realize that
us time goes on his paper will be linked
with others in the expose that t)«! policy of
development here will bring about, and that
his induced publicity for fliin-flnmmors will
be thrown back at him by the same agency
that will accomplish that measure of censure which his fellow-bunco-steerers havo
earned.
The Vancouver Daily Province also reprints the Post article, under the caption
"Winnipeg I'ost Scores South Fort (leorge
Editor." The live-cent man who runs the
Province should not allow his exchange editor to huve such a free hand, or thut gentleman will probably acquire so much
wealth that he will be lost to the Vancouver daily. Now tho Province evidently does
not know anything about the townsite situation hare, or it would never have reprinted an article in a manner that would
indicate that the Post had boon in controversy with this journal, whereas everyone
knows that the Post hns merely been persuaded to abandon its attack against the
Fort (leorge townsite, in which it had entered, against the honest convictions of every reputable and independent authority
who has ever visiles this plnce, and ulso
we most sincerely believe, against tlie convictions of the little pink-and-white, hand-
fed correspondent of the Post, who wrote up
the material.
We do not know how many other papers
will bo induced, by some means or other to
reprint the Post article, but wo venture to
state that the list will bo a long one. Men
who know all the eirculnstancos of tho long
townsite controversy hero are "next" to the
methods of using that section of thc press
which vend their protection to shaky promotions that need supporting publicity to
counteract against the attacks thoy must
expect, and can separate the gold from tho
dross in this assay of townsito values, as
recorded upon tho pages of those journals
devoting spnea to the   issue. A prominent
Winnipeg real-estate man writes us follows:
"You no doubt havo received a copy of the
Winnipeg Saturday Post with Mr. Stead's
report of what he found in the Fort George
district. We are waiting for your copy of tho
Herald which we hope will give the reason
WHY Mr. Stead has so completely changed
his opinion."
Hammond's journals can advance no
reason whatsoever for the attitude of The
Herald. They cun not credit the fact that
a man running a newspaper should continue
in ni policy that its owner knows to be in
the best interests of the country, when such
a policy entails some financial loss and. the
attacks of his organization of controlled
journals and individuals dependent upon the
success of his promotions for their own
"rake-off". In conversation with the Winnipeg Post correspondent in thu Herald office his first question, after some discussion
of our defined policy to expose tiie operators who were hurting this country by inducing long-distance investment in their
schemes by advertising misrepresentations;
was, "what's the stunt."—Tho stunt, Mr.
Winnipeg Post man, is to oust promoters
of the Hammond type from this section of
the country by exposing their schemes and
their methods of promoting them, in the
same way as the court, and tbe police have
ousted Hammond from other scenes of his
operations in different lines of promotion
heretofore. Wo nre not in tho bribery field
or we could huve fattened our exchequer
in the field of corruption where some of our
brother journalists are grazing.
Vancouver's counterfeit of "Toronto Saturday Night" is vainly trying to link The
Herald with a reputation for being discredited in this country—nr in other words, of
having nbout the suine standard up here ns
the Sunset possesses in Vnncouver— but
this community bns no part in The Herald's
light. There are men here who huve and nro
.M|i;)orli.-:r il-is -,1.,'ir rthffiUly. but vl
have not the guts to say ns much when a
wheedling correspondent, sailing under
false colors, und misrepresenting his mission asks their opinion. For the opinions of
these men we care not one jot. The Herald
knows, as thuso gentlemen know, that it is
conducting just such a Campaign ns tho tilno
und the conditions demand, nnd we ask
nothing of these gentlemen other than that
measure of their support which is the duo of
a business concern thnt hus establish'd hero
upon such solid lines.. Every business man
hero knows that the time is not now far
distant when the discrimination that The
Herald has insisted upon, commenced by
Hammond's organization and carried on
until they realized the hopelessness of trying to drag development to their townsite,
will stand this town in good stead. Hammond has undoubtedly incensed the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway, and in spite of the
fact that he offered thwin a bribe to locate
their station near his townsite boundary
they turned the proposition down. This
town will inevitably form a developed addition to the (I. T. I', townsite on the Indian Reserve when lhat site is put on the
market, and lot-holders in the business
section will realize handsome profits. Wo do
not say this to boost th1 local townsite
company, for thnt concern has no love for
the Herald, in fact the principal of Ihe company deplores the attitude of this puper towards Hammond, for although last, year
these opposition site promoters were at
daggers drawn, they have now established
nmicnble relations for the benefit of their
respect ive bank-rolls. We are fighting this
buttle to establish this line of distinction
between a townsite nnd a town. We are in
the town, and are working for (he ultimate
benefit of its inhabitants and the maintenance of our contentions.
The journals that are working for George
J. Hammond state that The Herald is edited by u mun who hus u personal grievance
against lhat promoter. Such is not the case
for we have a certain amount of udtnirntion
for the large wny in which he conducts his
fight, nnd for tha consummate nerve of the
man which onables him to gather around
himself a mantle of sham probity, nnd td
consort with the "ring" in Vuncouver, who
do nol believe thnt ll*' man is the former
associate of criminals and adventuresses.
He is lavish. He distributes largesse with
both hands ul once lo any und nil who will
aid him, lie has spent an enormous amount of money on buildings which stand
empty upon his towosite, merely to give the
place an air of habitation, and he paid the
mail steamer fifty dollars a trip during the
pust summer to journey on from this town,
(wound the corner  nnd up the Nechaco to
A SUCCESSFUL DANCE
his site to increase the importance of tho
burg, and call it the terminus o! the mail
steamer's run in bis advertising; literature.
During the conduct of this newspaper fight
we havo referred at times to Mr. Hammond's past record. Wo have found this an
interesting one, und supporting to our contentions thnt the man is worth watching.
Our contemporaries continue to assert that
our references to a (more or less criminul
[last are without foundation. Now we take
no pleasure is stating that the promoter has
a shady record if such be not the case, and
besides the laws of libel do not permit
such liberties. However, we have deomed it
in the public interest in the past to show
that Mr. Hammond hns always been a get-
rich-quick gentleman, something after the
general style of J. Eufus Wallingford. He
is selling a twenty thousand lot townsite
which is vastly overestimated and misrepresented by himself and his employees. .This
townsite is located 300 miles from the nearest railroad point, and therefore published
statements, true or false, must be the means
of sale and purchase. We are independent
publishers on the ground, and the pioneer
printing concern of the country and we ,are
warning the public not to invest in Hammond's townsites on the strength of his
advertising. The resultant endeavour.to discredit this paper for obstructing his affairs
has caused us to state that Hammond is
known to the police of the United States.
That he hus been identified us the president
of bucket-shop, concerns in Chicago and in
Minneapolis which were instrumental in defrauding the publid of great sums of money.
Mr. Hammond in bis bucket-shop duys is a
figure in a history of crooks written by;Mr!
John Hill Jr. of the Chicago Board of
Trade, called "GOLD BRICKS FOR SPECULATORS". Mark the title. He wus, as we
have stated, a bucket-shop operator of considerable noteriety. Then, ns now different
..'__,'rs took different views or his ventures.
The Post, of Appleton, Wis., on Jan 8th,
1903; Tho Picket, Red Lodge Mont., Jnn 2
1903, and the Gazette, of Slayton, Minn., of
.fan. Oth, 1003, boost Mr. Hammond's proposition of those days—whieh was wound up
after Hammond had eloped with the funds-
much as tho Sunset, the Post and the little
puny Tribune aro now boosting. Mr. John
Hill, however, commenting, upon this in his
book says:
"But happily the opinions of editors
differ as to their duty; their experience
nnd knowledge of affairs    ore likely to
vary; this is brought forcibly home to
us by the contrast between the clippings
just quoted nnd nn editorial taken frofn
the Perry, Oklahoma,   Times, of June
27th, 11)02, and which reads us follows:
'Wo hnve received   a circular froln a
bucket-shop firm   in Chicago in regard
to their business. We have n bucket-shop
right here in Perry,    and if inclined to
gamble any in this line would support
home industries,    us the Perry bucket-
shop can   as readily chamber nil funds'
going into their capacious maw as tho
Chicago    contingent.   The   bucket-shop
at home or abroad   is a festering sore
on legitimate   business and breeds dis-
grneo and poverty to its patrons. Shun
it as you would the plague.'
The narrative continues by criticising the
articles of the papers that wore then boosting Hammond's bucket-shop. They were perhaps unaware, it suggests,   the harm that
his branches   would     work. "Possibly"   it
says," they hud   never   heard of his Combination Investment   Company, nr it mny
bo that thoy did not   recognise I leorge J.
Hammond under the alias of the Cue Commission   Company.   Their   memories could'
hardly be expected to carry them back to
tho days of our   war with Spain in  11)08.
when an   Indiana   farmer,   believing Hammond to be a   Spanish spy, captured him
and lodged hum in jail." Then follows a clipping from the Chicago Record, of May 4th,
189(1, which tells how our friend, the town-
site    promoter of    those days   tapped the
through New York race report wire in partnership   with one 0.     M. Stone, anil defrauded a pool room out of 8700, and how,
when repeating the operation for the benefit of another party they were caught in
the act. Chief Collcrun, of th' Chicago police, telegraphed as follows from that city:
"Stone is one of the best wire-tappers
known, Halnmond is his partner. Havo
been in similar trouble before but never
convicted. They are bad men."
Should our contemporaries desire further
proof that thc   man they are prostituting
their columns to aid, is and old-time crook,
wo will procure it for tl.om. They have the
Tge masquerade Ball, which was held in
the   Fort     George Theatre    last Tuesday
evening,     was undoubtedly the most successful social affair eber held on latitude 54
in    British   Columbia.    The    theatre was
crowded   with   dancers     in costumes both
original and     striking.   The grand march
commenced   at    10 p. m. headed by   floor-
master O'Flaherty,     and the coterie numbered over 50 couples in costume. The music
rendered from the stage by Senior's orchestra was   worth   the    price of admission
ulone, and the    spectators,   seated in   the
boxes, were held breathless by the strains
of the dreamy languid waltzes, vibrant with
that power which possesses the very soul of
the music lover, and unconciously wends the
gliding steps of the costumed dancers over
the polished floor in perfect unison, under
the glow of softly shaded lights, whilst the
soft laughter of   beautiful   women mingles
with the raucus haw-haw of the mere men.
How does that sound? The society writer
was on a    drunk so   the    assignment was
made to a fellow that does'nt know the difference between    window-curtains and chiffon, so our description of the ladies dresses
will have to be omitted, The Northern Interior quartette rendered the sextette from
Lucia led by Walter Gregg, a Victoria singer possessed of a fine barry-tone voice. All
the singers escaped injury.
Dancing commenced at 9.30 and continued
until 3 o'clock in the morning. A pair of
skates presented by messrs Close __ Brown
for the most original costume were won by
John Bronger, who attended the function
disguised as an ice cream cone. W. F. Cooke
and child made a big hit in the gallery, and
Grant McLeod wlx> went dressed as a girl
in a Princess gown was mistaken for tivf
genuine article until he laughed.
The editor went dressed ns a Dutch girl
to hide his man-sized feet in wooden shoes
and look the part of a lady. Mr. Gunn wore
a holAle shirt wliich possessed all the familiar characteristics.   Mr.  Walter   Gregg assumed the part of a. monk with whiskers, in
wliich role he made   a decided hit. Russell
Peden, Earnest Livingstone, und D. Crowell
took upon thelnselves the chnrncters of Indians and had to   prove their  identity to
pass the door-keeper. Other characters were
Mr. C. Brown, Coon; Miss Myrtle McGauhg-
ey, Ace of hearts; Miss Gross, Ace of Spades
Mrs Gross, Ace of Clubs; Mrs Wilkes, Ace of
Diamonds; Mrs.   McLaughlin,    Little Girl;
Mrs. Quinn and Mrs. Roberts, Two Little
Girls in Blue; Miss Brady and Miss Dixon,
Mr. and Mrs. Joy; Mr. H. Seaman, Pieriot;
Mr. W. F. Cooke, klootch and infant; Miss
Pierce, witch; Mr. F. Tiemeyor, jester; Mr. G.
Hamilton, Bishop; Mr. A. Buschel, cow-boy;
Mr. J. Flynn,   minstrel;    Mrs. Armstrong,
Spring; Mrs.    Tiemeyer,   Hallowe'en; Mrs.
Johnson, bat; Wrs. McElroy, Lady Gainsborough; Mrs. Robadee, Ghost; Mrs. Sandi-
ford,    Red    Riding   Hood;    Mr. McLean,
Knight; Mrs. Haggith, milkmaid, and many
others not in costume.
A flashlight photograph of the group was
taken immediately after the unmusking,
which are exceptionally good. Copies may
bo secured at the Northern Lumber Co.'s
store, the Drug Store, or Symonson's
studio. Tb.re are only a limited number of
these pictures left, and those who are anxious to possess one should immediately avail themselves of the opportunity.
Jack Fountain and George Williams arrived hero on Tuesduy last from the Clearwater River, wliere they have been engaged
on the platting of some of Mr. Fountain's
timber limits with one of J. H. Gray's survey parties, which left for the south by
canoe on Wednesday last. Mr. Fountain
will leave in tho course of the next week for
his ranch in the Nechaco valley.
We would direct attention to the advert-1
lament of the "North Const Land Company
on page 4 of this issue. That enterprising
concern are offering cush prizes for the best
specimens of agricultural produce raised in
Central British Columbia along the route of
the G. T. P. survey. The North Coast Land
Company is an English concern, doing business on strictly legitimate lines in the best
of lunds only. Their methods aro worthy of
emulation by other land-selling corporations we know of.
The Northern Interior Amusement Cam-
puny hnve posters out advertising the lust
regular performance of tho season, which is
to bo hold on the Ilth. in tho Fort Goorgo
Theatre. The company will shortly uquip tha
recently comploted stage with scenery foi?
the benefit of the amateur dramatic society
now in process of formation. The house has
also been equipped with temporary heating1
apparatus,   making   it   moro comfortable.
circulation, but we will remedy that when
tb. question of the G. T. P. townsite is
finally settled, by the publication of a special edition dealing very fully with the en-
tiro situation,
advantage of The Herald in the matter of FORI GEORGE HERALD
PUBLISHED BY  THE
NORTHERN INTERIOR PRINTING CO.
Devoted   to   tbe   Interests   ol   Fort
George and  tbe entire North-
em Interior.
j. B. DANIELL. Editor.
['..tc- River Laud Dist. - Dint, oi Cnriboo.
TAKK notice tlmt Henry Gowan, of
lulini.ntnn, Alta, occupalion Dralcer, inieiuls lo apply ior permission to purchase
tlie following ilescribed lands:-
Comnieneing nl a post plauted 8 miles
south oi Sclby'a tc-ini oi.irv Boundary l'ost
,t S. I-;. Corner ol Dominion Peace Hiver
Reserve, tlicnce south 80 chains; thence
.c-c-.sl Hii chains; thence nortii 80 chains:
theuce easl 80 chains.
Jv.l. HENRY GOWAN.
'..lurch .loth. 1911.      Albert Tate, agent.
March 31st. I.II.
Saturday. November.4 1011
PT5AC13 RIVER  l.ANI) DISTRICT.
District ol Carihoo.
Tiki-; notice lhat I, Charles Harris, ■
Winnipeg, Manitoba, occupati -u contract 1
intenils 10 applj loi pennlssh 11 l< l*urc"
ate ihe lollowini!  described  I ■■ '■-
l_-ilnin.il. mc    -.1   ■'   ','"-•    I        ' [   :   '"
south uud  ;   miles wesl     - ;-   :",,-o.i
comet   ol  Ihe  II.  C   1- '      Resenc,
mar eel C. H.'s ti. E. coi   1   1 """"■
80  chuius;   thencc   wesl   - ^ j"™"
fj_ CHARLKS HARRIS.
l'KACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District „1 Curiboo.
TAKI-: notice that Odilon Ho^ne, of Van
couver, U- C. OL-ciipatioit lahorer, intends
to apply i..r permission to purchase the
lollowiug descrilied lamls:
Commencing at u post iilanted about I,
miles west oi the eastern boundary ol Brit
ish Columbia and - mile north oi the Red
Willow Rner .-.mi marked "II. II , S. K.
corner" thencc north 80 chuins- thence
west 8 chuins; tliencc south 80 eliuins,
llience east 80 chuins to lhe point of commencement containing 640 ucic-s more or
less.
Sept.ij. ODILON HOGl'K.
March 26th.,   l.u,  VI.  H.  Harrison, agt. |
 TTTTTT.'77vi-_  , ,vi. n,     TTTT~T- TAKE notice that William Matthew., of
PEACK RIVER LAND D.B-RK.1. Edmonton,    Alta.,    occunation    Insurance
District ol Carihoo. I .\jo-iit, iutt-iiils to npply for permission to
TAKK notice that .lessic Bella Kerr, ol ' purchase the following described laiuls:-
Vanconvcr   B.  C.  occiipuliou spinster,   in   ;    Commenciiig  ut  a  post   planted  2  mi't-s
icnils to upply n.r pc-iiu.ss   10 purcliuse- , south .,! Selby's temporary Boundary Post
,wine described l.ni s:                         I nt S. K. Coiner of Dominion  Pence River
encing at  a posl  planted  about   l ' Reserve,   tliencc   south    80  chains;   thence
.t ol lhc- eastern b'oundnry of Brit. ! wcsl   80   eliuins;   thence north  80   chains;
mhiu and 4 miles south ol ihe Rc-o I thence eust 80 chains.
low  River  and marked  "J.  B,   K., N    Jy.i.                WILLIAM MATTHEWS,
cornel" llic-nce south 80 chums,  ihellce -    March 31st. 1911.     Albert Tute, agent.
I  80  chuins;    tlicnce  north  8u  chains, j	
River Lnnd Dist. - Dist. of Cariboo.
llie  I,.I
Cum
ish Col
CASSIAR LAND DISTRICT.
Of The Peace River Land District.
TAKE notice that Duvid B, Craig of
Saskatoon, occupalion Farmer, inieiuls to
apply for permission to purchuse the followin},, descriheil  lands:
Commencing at a post planted .t) miles
east of the head on the north bunk of
Nation River and marked "D. II. C., S.
E. comer" thence noith 80 chains; thencc
west 80 chains; tlicnce south 80 chains;
thence east following the meanderlngs of
river down-stream to point of commence*
ment, containing 640 acres more or less.
Scp.30. DAVID 11. CRAIG.
August  isl.,   ion.
lb;
nnine   640
more
,s,pt .,. JESSIE BELLA KERR.
.March -Juel.,  1911. W.  11. Harrison,
lit.
PEACE RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT,
Winnipeg,   -lanil.   »,
,,,c- the loll wing lest
_oniinciiciii|! ui .. ;
south and 7 miles «'
e. rn.r nl the- li. t . '
murked VI. J.'s X. V
H'
lhc
80 cha
traveller,
to purch
chnms   t,
ining  64c
!y._3. WILLIAM JONES.
March .'i--l-  1911-
PEACE RIVER LAND DISIRICT.
Dislrict ■ 1   -'. I I" --
TAKli notice  thnt   I,  Mure   MurdoB,  0
Winnipeg,   Manitoba,    occupalion   married,
intends '1-- upply mr   permiss 011  lo purch
ase lho following described lands:-
coiuliieiu.i       nt   u   posl   plnnted    1   mile
«outh aod 7 miles west ol the South-east
cornet ol the- It. C Government Reserve,
marked M, M 's S. E. crner: ihenee north
80 chains llience west -o chains; tlicnce
south 80 chains thencc eust 80 clinins to
point oi commencement, containing 64,1
ue les.
Jy.JJ, MARY MfRDOFK.
Marcli 3,1th.,  iCjii,
PEACE RIVliR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict  „[  Carihoo.
TAKE innice- thut, 1, Mabel Cameron,
ol Victoria, 11. C, occupation unmarried
intend to apply lor permission to purch
the loll.ovine descriqed lands:-
Commencing at a post plnnted 2 miles
south and 5 miles west ol th.- Southeust
corner nl the ll. C. Government Reserve,
murked M. C.'s ti. VI. comer: thencc south
80 chains; thencc cnst 80 chains; tliencc
north no chains; tliencc wist 80 chnins I,
point      oi   cummencement,   containiug   641
Jv.'.'. MABEL CAMERON.
Murcli us'. 1911.
PEACE RIVliR I.AN'D DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKli notice lh.it I, Arthur Jones, 01
McLeod, AM.,, nccupation gentleman, in
tends to apply lor permission to purchas
Hu- loll wins ,.,:i el lands;-
Cnmmni.ii al ., ■ -st nlaiitcd I mile
south .111,! s ml'.. ,,,t 0| the South east
comer ,4 the 11 1 Oovernment Reserve
marked A. J.'s ti. li corner thence soutli
80 chains thencc Wesl H, .hums, tlieiiee
11,rth 80 chums; llience casl 80 chains l,
point  ol   commencement,    cuntaining 640
J, 22. ARTIU'R JONES.
-Murcli 31.SI.  1911.
l'KACK RIVliR LAND -_.j_-_.-_,
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  ihut    Margaret   Jack,   ,,l I
Vancouver,  11.  C,  occupation  Spinster,  in   1
ends to apply lor permission 10 purchase I
the lollowini; described lands:
Commencing at a post plained about i
mile wesl ol thc enstern bpundary "f Urit-
sh Columbia nnd 4 miles north ol llie Red |
tVilb.w Rner mid 1 -ked "M. .1., ti.  tt. j
-■orner"    tliencc souiii    80  ch s;   thine-   [
-■list   80   chains;     llience   north   8u   chains; J
llience   west   80   chuins   to   point   of   cum
iieiiceiui-iit, containing  (140 gcres more 01
Sepi. 9. MARGARET JACK.
-Murch 15th., 1911.    tt. II. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVliR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE 11 -liee thai I, John Strachali, of
Picton, Ontario, occupation Gentleman, in
tends to npply for permission tn purcliase
tin- following described lanels:-
soulh aoel 7 miles west oi the South-east
crner of the B. C. Government Reserve
marked .1. S.'s N. VI. comer; thence soutli
80 chains; llience enst 80 clmins; thence
north  80 th,litis;   thence  west 80 chains to
poim  ,,f    commencement,  containing 640
-Iy .'.'. JOHN STRACIIAN.
March 301I1., 1911.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that I, Annie Jewell, ul
.upatiee, Ontario, occupation married
voman,intends t<> upply lor permission to
nircliusc the lollowing deserihed  Inmls:-
Coiiiinctiiiv ul u pusi ' muted 1 mile
ninth and I mile wesl ol the Southeust
■nrner ol the B. C. Government Reserve,
-narked A. J.'s ti. W. corner; thenoe south
lo chnins; thence east 80 chnins; tlicnce
north So chnins; thelice west 80 chains to
point   of   commencement,   containing 6|o
'iy.22. ANNIE JEWELL.
March 30th., 1911.
I'liACIi RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  ul  Curiboo.
TAKli notice that William John Hayter
oi Scuttle-, Wash., occupation Engineer, intends to u- ' lor "ermission to purchase
lhe   Iollowin- described   lalldsi-
CoiMUCncif.g nt a post planted about 51
miles llorth and about 13 miles west from
the 22 mile Host established oil lhe R. N.
tt'. Mounted Police trail on the north bank
ol the Pence River at the moiith of Cash
Creek; llience north 80 chains; thence east
80 chains; thence snuth 80 chains; thencc
west 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 ncres more or less.
Je.io, WILLIAM JOHN IIAYTER.
Murch, 8.   1911.   James  Petlry.  agent.
CASSIAR LAND DISTRICT.
Of The Peace River Land District.
TAKE notice that Lucilc Countess Lut-
ley, ol Vancouver, B. C. occupation married woman, intends to apply for permis
sionto purchas. the fullowing described
lauds:
Commencing at a post planted 26 miles
east uf the hend 011 the south hank of
Nation River and marked "_, C. L., N.
IV. comer"  thence south 80 chains; thence
:    „.   cast  80  chains:     Uienee   north   80  chains;
pureiiase tiie' lolb.w'u'u/ described  lands:   U"'"CF  wesl  lollowing   the  meandering!  ol
.outh .md 1 mile wesi ol tiie South-easf "*" up.-stre_.il to point ot commencement.
Commencin.-   nl   a   oost   "'anted   I   mile   Containing 640 acres more or less,
orner ol the B. C. Om.rt.ment Resirvc, 1   Sekt.30.    I.CCILE COUNTESS LUTLEY
-narked A. M.'s N. li  corner; thence south  ______s_ .".?_______	
lo chuins; thence west 80 clinins; thence t
iorth su chains; tlieine east 80 chains to [
mint of commencement, contnining 640
cres.
Iy.22. ADAI.INE MacGILLVRAY
Murch 30th.,  1911.
PEACE RIVliR I.ANII DISTRICT
Districl of Curiboo.
TAKli notice that I, Adeline MacGill-
ray, ol Picton, Ontario, occupution
intends  in  upply for permission
I'liACIi RIVliR I.AND DISTRICT.
District nf Cnriboo.
TAKK notice thut  I, John MacGillvrny,
CASSIAR I.AND DISTRICT.
01 The Peace River Land District.
TAKli notice that Grace Kerby, ol Slo-
cm, B, C. occupation married woman, intends to apply for permission tu purchuse
thefollowillg  described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted 24 miles
east of the head on the north bank ol
Nation River and marked "G. K-, S. E.
comer"   thence    north  80   chains;    thence
I Picton, Ontario, occupation gentleman, west  80  cliains;   thence  south   80  chains;
ntends 1,, npply lor permission to purch- tbencc east,  lollowing meanderlngs of the
ise the fullowing described lands:- rmr down-stream tu point of coiiim_nce-
Commencing  ut  u post  nlanted   1  mile ment. Containing 640 acres more or less,
south nud 7 miles west  ,,f the Soiuheist Sept.30. GRACE KIRBY.
-orner  of  Ihe 11. C. C, .vcrnmenl  Reserve, .August  1st., 1911,
iiurkid .1. M 's S. tt'. corner; tliencc nortli
■lo  chnins;   thencc ensl  80 chains;;   thenci
iouth 80 chuins;   thencc west 88 chuins t
I'liACIi RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKli nut -e   lhat   I,   Clarence   Way,   ol
I'm       Ontario,     occupation    Carriagi
maker, Intends to applv [ur perm s,i„n 1,
purchase the lollowing descriiicd l-.n.ls--
l iiuc-iii"   ut   11   post   piunted   1   mile
south nnd =; miles wesi ,.1 ihe- Suutli-casi
comer ul the 11. C. Government ...serve
marked C. W.'s N. w. cn,,,- ihcnce sout
80 chums, thencc cast Sn clinins; thenc,
11 nib 80 chains; Uieuce west 80 cliains t-
point of commencement, containing 1,4,
ucres.
Jy-22. CLARENCE WAV.
-Mulch 30II1., 1911.
I'liACIi RIVliR I.AN'D DISTRICT.
District of Cutihoo
TAKli 11,,nee Umi I, Prank Cameron, ol
Intend lo upply lor pennissii 11 to purchasi
the 1, Uowing describeil lunds
Commencing   ..1   u posi 1   nted j mllei
soull I   1   miles   wesl   - I   lie   S-.ulli ens
corner ol  the H   (    Government Reserve
murked p.  C.'s .V. li, crner; thence soull,
8" el s-  tnence  wesi  80 chains;   llicnci
11 ,111. K„ .hums,   thencc east  So chains t,
poinl    "i   commencement,  containing  64c
Jv   -'-•■ IRANI. CAMIiRHN.
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKli  nnliee   thnt   I,   Charles   Cnmelol
ol Victoria,  11   I'., ,,.eii|„,tion gentlc-ian
Inieiuls I,, appl)  I-1  iiermission  to purcl:
10c   the  1,11,,em;,  describeil   Inlids:-
soiilh   .<;■-!   1 111:,-.  well   ,,|  the South rns
1 rner ol tlie 11   c. Government Reserve j
marked C   C '« ti. W, coiner, thence south j
8" eh s;   tlicnce  casl   80 chains;   ihcnce
llorth So chains    thence  wesl   80 chains t.
point   ol     ciiiiueiKeiut'iit,   containing  6.p
Jy •'-'■ CHARLES CAMERON.
Murch  n.'h ,  1911.
CASSIAR  LAND DISTRICT.
Of The Peace River Land District.
int of commencement, conttiilling 6411 TAKli notice that Arthur B. Gould, of
"rt"" : Slocan, B. C. ocenpntion miner, intends to
*>'■"■ JOHN  MacGILLVRAY.        apply  lor  perniission   to  purchase the  fol
March 301I1., 1911. lowing described lands:
— ,   Commencing ut a post planted 22 miles
l'KACK RIVKR I.AN'D DISTRICT.        "asl   "I   the   head  on   the   north   bank   af
Dislrict  nl Cariboo Nation   River und marked  "A.  B. G.,  S.
.,■,,.„       ......   t      £?_.      . ■»'•  ""■■„.."   ihcnce nonh  80  clniilis-_.ll.rnce
IAKK notice that I, Kttie Jones, of „„.( g„ .l,.,„„; ihenee _,..—JStr"..,„.1s,
I.os Angeles, Cull., occupation unmarried, ihcnce wesl following the mcanderings of
r.tend I., apply for perniission to purcliase river up strenm to point oi coiuineucemelit,
'he-   to 11,,wing  descrilied binds:- containing 6411 acres more or less.
Commencing  a!  a  post   nlnnted   1  mile  Sept.30. ARTIU'R B. GOULD.
.oulh anel  7 miles  wesl ol the  S null e.isl      August   1st.,   1911.
turner nf the H.  C.  Government  deserve . 	
narked K. J.'s N. E. corner: then,..- soutli CASSIAR  I.AND DISTRICT.
<"   chains;   tiience   wesl   80   chains;   thence Of The Peace River Land District,
iorth  Sn chains;  thencc east  80 chuins  to     TAKli   notice   that   Hurry   Pandcry,   e,l
point   ol   commencement,   contuinmg 640 Slocan, il.   C. uccupaiion  larmer,  inieiuls
CASSIAR  LAND  DISTRICT.
01 The Peace River Land District.
TAKE notice thut Neil McKcIchcriii of
Stayner, Out., occupnlloil merchant, intends to apply for permissiuli tu purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing nt a post planted 16 miles
east of the hend on th.- north bnnk of
Nation River and marked "ti. McK., S. W.
comer" Ihenee north 8(1 chains; tlicnce
east 80 chnins; thence south Sn chums:
thence west,  following  the mcallderillgs  oi
river up-stream to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Sep.30. NEIL McKKRCliKRIN.
August  1st., 1911,
CASSIAR LAND DISTRICT.
01 The Pence Rieer Lnnd Districl.
TAKE notice that Emma M. Parker, "I
Slocan II. C. occupution wile nf II- Parker
inteiuls lo npply lor permission to purchase  lhe  fullowing  descrihed   bin,Is:
Commencing ut 11 post planted in miles
ensl of lhc bend on lhc soulh bunk "'
Nation River nnd marked "li. JI. ■' . "■
E. corner" Hence south 8u chains; llu""'
west 80 chains; llience north 80 chuins;
thencc easl following lhe nie.ili(lcriuga "'
river down stream to point ,,1 coinmencc-
ineiit containing I141) acres more or less-
Sept.30. EMMA  M   PARKER.
(T
CASSIAR  I.AND  DISTRICT.
Oi The Peace River Umi District,
TAKE notice tlmt Howard Parker, oi
Slocan ti. _'. occupation ..cc.iHnt_.nt, intenda to apply for perin.i».i.n .•< purchase
the following descrilied lands:
Conunencing at ,t pout planted tb miles
Last <ii tlie bend on tlie smilli bank ut
Nation River and murked "II. P., N. Vi.
corner" tlicnce soutli So chains; tlicnce
least 8d clinins; thence nortli So diuins;
I thence west followine tin- n
river up-stream tn point >■> •
j containing 640 acrea more or ie*
001,30, HOWARD  PARKUR
August  and.,1911.
:etncnt.
CASSIAR   I.ANI)  DISTRICT.
01 The Peace River Und District.
TAKK notice that Jnmes Ellis, (>f
Wasco, Ore., ti. S. A. occupation merchant, intends to apply for perniission in
purchase   the   following   descril.ed   lands:
Commencing at a post planted 16 miles
east of the head ou the north hunk of
Nation River and marked "J. K., S. K.
comw" tliencc north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thencc south 80 chains;
thence east following the meanderings ol
river down-stream to point oi commence'
ment, containing 640 acres mnre ur less.
Sep.30. JAMKS  KUIS.
August 1st., 1911,
CASSIAR   I.AND   DISTRICT.
Of The Peace River Land Distritt.
TAKK notice th.it Walter II. Henderson,
if Sask.a.mn,     occupation  merchant,  in
etuis tn apply for permission to purchase
-dl.,
ed
CASSIAR LAND DISTRICT.
Of The Peace River I.aud District.
TAKK notice that Klon/o I). Copeland,
of Slocan, II. C. occupation mine-awner,
iutemls t.. 1 ty fur permission to purchase thc following described lnnds:
Commenc.ng at a post planted 14 miles
east of the head on the imrth hunk of
Nation River and marked "K. C. D., S.
W. corner" thence nortl) 80 cliains; tiience
east 80 chains; tlicnce south Ko chains;
thence west following the meantlerings of
rivee up-stream to point of commencement
containing 640 acres more or less.
Sep.30. EU.N'ZO D. COPiaAND.
August  ist.,  -911.
CASSIAR I.AND DISTRICT.
Oi Thc Peace River Land District.
TAKE notice that Margaret Copeland,
ol Slocan, H. C. oecupatiun married woman
intends to apply for permission to purcliase the following described lands:-
Commencing ut a pnst planted 14 miles
east of the head on thc north hank of
Nation River and marked "M. C, S. E.
corner" thence nortii 80 chains; thence
west 80 chikins; Uieuce south 80 chains;
thence cast .ollowing the meanderings of
the river down-stream to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sep.30. MARGARET COPKLAND
August ist., 1311.
CASSIAR  LAND  DISTRICT.
Of The Peace River Lain! District.
TAKR notice that C.eorj;e A. Ggll, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation Jlruktr, Intends to apply for permission tn purchase
lhe   following" descriheil   lauds:
Commencing at a post planted :6 inilcs
east of the head ..n the north hank of
Nation River and m.trketl 'G. A. t'.., S.
E. corner" thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thencc south 80 chains;
thence east following the meanderlngs <.i
river down siri-am to point ni commence
ment, containing 640 .ores more or less
.Sept.30. GKORGE A. CALL.
Auk-.M.   .ni.,   191..    . .
Commencing .it ,1 pnst planted 12 miles
cisi ni the head on the south hank of
Nation liner and marked "W. IC II., N.
Vi. corner" ttience south 80 chains; tliencc
east   80   ehains;      tlicnce   north   80   ehains;
thelice west  following ineundcringa of the
river  up stream   to     point   o]   commencement containing (140 am s more or less.
Sept.30. \VA_LTKR ti. HENDERSON.
August 3rd.,   I'ji !■
AMERICAjy^LAN
EXCELLENT nmg^
(U
all
Corner Hamilton & Third
South Fort G
Tlie newest and most modern
hotel in the northern interior
Mrge, ii.c
Rates $2.50 and $3
Monthly ami;w__klj. rnt.s „„ „
lllll.lllllll
V
Best of wines,
HqUOrfl and eiiian.
Albert Johnson, p,
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
CASSIAS   I.ANIl UISTRICT.
1)1 Tin Peace River Unit District,
TAKK notice Hint William 11. CI.ni
ent nl Sloi in 11. I'., -ceupaUnii mine
'•wiier, iiitciitU t" Apply f"r permi-Sion let
purchase ilic fallowing describeil  lands:
Commencing nl a pnsl planted  14 miles
cnst eil' llie, Iun,] ,,11   the - h l.i.tik ol tlle
Nation River nnd marked "W. II. C, tt.
IC. corner" lliune'e south 80 clmins; ihcnce
eecst   Ha   cliains;    th.iicei    nnrlh   811   chains;
ihenee cnst foliowing the meanderlngs nf
(he  river  down-stream tn  point  of commencement, containing 640 acres more
less.
Sept.30. WILL-AM 11. CLEMENT.
August   -del.,   I'll 1.
CASSIAR   LAND  IHSTUICT.
(II The Pence Hiver Land District.
TAKI-:  nntiee lh.it   I, .1 cs I.niillnw, nl
wiiiinnver, B. C. occupation Ilnnk-heejier,
inteiuls tn apply Inr permission to purclinsc lhc following ilescrilieil Inmls:
Commencing nt n pnst plnnted 13 miles
enst ,,( the licatl ol Nation River on the
nnrth hunk mil nmrkeil .1. A. I,., S. K.
corner; thence' nnrlh 80 clinins; tlicnce west
So chnins; thencc smith So chains: thence
east following the river down-stream to
point oi ciiiiimciiccmcue', containing 640
acres more nr less.
Scp.30. JAMKS A. I.AIDLOW.
August ist. i'il 1.
CASSIAR   I.ANIl   DISTHICT.
01 Tiie Peace River Lmul Districl
ly-22. RTTIE JONES.
March 30th., l',ti.
nt  tn purchase the
following described lunils:
Conimencing at it post iilanted 22 miles
■   cast   nl   llie   fiend  nn     the   north   bank  11I
Nation   River mnl  murked   'II.   C,  S.  E.
enrner"   llience     nnrth   Ho   chuins;    thelice
wcsl 80 chuins; thencc .snuth 80 clmins;
I llience east, following tlie meaiiileriiigs ol
, riwr ilnivn slreuin In point nl cntillnclice-
.   ment,   containing   f.40  ucres   more   or   less.
Sc|,..ln. IIAP.HY   PKNDKRY.
August 1st., i'jii.
l'KACK RIVliR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict oi Caribuo.
TAKK nntiee ihut I, Minnie Harris,
iVinnipeg,   Manitobn,  occupalion  spins
ntends to npply for permission tn jnirch-
ise  tlie  Inlluwiiig ilescrilieil luilils:-
Cniniiiciicil."   ul   u   posl   plnntcil   I   mile
iouth and I mile west nl Hie South-east I —	
nrner   nl   lhc  It.   C.   government   reserve,; CASSIAR   I.AN'U  DISTRICT,
narked M. H.'s S. \V. crner, llience 11,,rlh 1 ,,, ...i     „ ...       ,      ,.,-...
.0   chains-   thencc   enst   Ha    halns-   tl    cu Of Ihe Pence River Lnml District,
mull 80 cliuii',   theuce west 80 chnins tn      TAKK lioticc Hint Chas. C,,rdnii Smart
mint  nl   conimenccment,   colltallling  040 of Vancouver, 11. C. occupation gentleman
1 cres.
ly.--. MINNIE HARRIS
Marcli -9th , 19 t j -
PEACK RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboi
intends to npply Inr permissinn  tn, purchuse  the following  ilescrilieil  lands:
Commencing at a pnst planted ib miles
cast ni ihe head nn the nortli bnnk nl
Nation Rlvcr and mnrked "C. G. S., S.
IW. corner"  Ilk-nee nnrlh 80 chains; thence
PEACE RIVliR  I.ANII DISTRICT.
District nf Curil	
TAKli  1 ,1   thai   I,  Charles  MacGill
urn-, ni I'm >n, Ontario occupntion gent
Iciii.m. intends in npply (or pcrmiss on in
purchase the lollowing described lnnds -
Commencing .,1 n pom planted 1 milt
south nml 1 miles wcsl „f lhe South cusl
corner ,-l Uu- 11. C. Oovernment Reserve
m.irkeil (. M.'s ti. K. enrner; iheuce solltll
tn chains; ll,cine west 80 chnins; thence
north Bo chains; thenee cusl 811 cbains In
P"lut "I    e nencement,   containing  640
Jy.JJ. CIIARI.IiS JI.eet'.II.I.VRAV.
Mnrcli .vuli.. i'jii.
yii/t.  .   ..-     ,1   .  ,   t .       ... ,   c;lst   8n   cbains;   llience   suuth   80   chains;
TAKE notice that I, Edward Vance, ol  „„,,„. „.,,„ Io|i-wi„g lhc mel„d_rtags ol
■icton,   Ontario,   occupation   farmer   In-  river up-stream to pSint ol commencement
.ends to apply for permission to purchase ;,„,i ,„„iai„„,K 640 acres nmrc .,r less.
he lollowing dcscribcel lands:- Sept.30.       CHARI.KS CORDON STUART.
I'.iiiinciiclli"   nt   a   Post   '; anted   1   mile      ...„,,„sl   ,sl     „„,.
ninth und  I  mile west  ol the Smith cist . — —
■nrner nl ihe 11. C. Government  Reserve, ' CASSIAR LAND DISTRICT,
narked li. V.'s S. K. corner! .thence nortl, „, Tnc Po... liivur ,„„„, DlsU.,Gt>
•o   chums;   thence   wesl   Ho   cliains:   thence
iouth 80 cluiiiis; thence cnst 80 chnins tn TAKIC notice lhal Willinm Kerhy, ol
(joint ni commencement, conlainuij: 640 Slocan, ll C, occupation Captain ul S. S.
icres, blocan, intenda to apply fur pcnnissi.m lu
purchase  tlio  following  .lescribed  lands:
j    Commencing  nt  a post  planted   JJ miles
.'east   uf   lhc   head    f>n   the   imrth   hank   of
Nation  Rher and mnrked  "W.  K., S. W.
inrncr"   thencc     north   80  chnins;   thence
nisi   Ho   chains;   theiue     south   Ho   chains;
Fy.aa, EDWARD VANCE.
Mnr.'h .loth.,  1911,
PEACE RIVER l.ANI) DISTRICT.
Districl nf Carilmo.
TAKE    nuiice    that   II.  I,.  Mnr«).,fi,   f    ,, ,    ,  .,
Prince Rupert, H  C. occupatRiil jrem.em \   t,cncfl ttTSl' foll?wm6 the meandering! of
. I ' l tt Ha     lliltir    HI.     -II.    ,HI     tn    hhlHl     nl    AnlHH*Ahs_M_Hl
ntcnuR t-i applv (nr permission tn purcii-
ise iiu- following described lands:-
Commencing   nl   a   imst   nlanted  2  miles
iouth and  1  mile wcsl  of thc South-east,
orner i.l  iln-  ll.  <:   Government  Rcaerve, PEACE HIVER LAND DISTRICT
nnrked  11.  I,   M.'s  N,  Vi, corner;  thence '' District of Cnrihoo,
•miili   Ho   chnius;     thence   east   8f)   chnins
hence  imrth    Ho chains;   thencc wtst  Hi
hnins   to    point   nl   commencement,   con
.ainlng 0.10 seres.
'y.22. ||.   I,.   MURDOFF.
nvti np stream lo point nf cummencement
containing 640 inrrs nmrL- nr leas.
Sep.30, WIU.IAM  KERBY.
August isi ,  ion,
PEACE RIVEH \..\Sb DISTRICT.
District of Carihoo.
TAKE notice that  1, George  I.asce,  nf
Pict  Ontario, occupation Clerk. Intends
tn  apply for  permission   in purcnase  the
lollowing described lands;-
Commencing at a post nlanted i mile
south ami 1 miles west nl tho South-east
corner ol the ti. C. Governmenl Reserve,
mail cd (',. L,'_i S. Vi. comer; thence nnrth
Ho chains; theuoe cnst 80 ciinius; theme
south Hn chains; thencc wosi H<» chains t<>
point ol commencement, conlaltiltm 640
-teres. h
•'>'■«. GEORGE I.ASEK.
March .V'lh.,  ion.
TAKE notice that Hnrrv En-le, ol Se-
.tlc, Wnsh., occunation Farmer, intends
> apnly for permission tn purchase the
llnwlng d-'scrihed lands:-
Commencing at a nnst iilanted nhont M
lies north and ahnut 13 miles west of
, ,, .       ,        ,.   ,    .    ,       ... ,, tue 22 mile post established nn the R.N.
™vE nolice    that   Arthur Walker,  of   w. M lU,( PoUcB trili, ,,„ tIie m(rlll lmnk
WmwInn, Alta., occupation clerk   intends   (l, lll(. ,,,,„., Kivcr at Uie tmmlll ()f Cash
■v '■   permission   to  purchnse  tlio j CrcOkj theme smith 80 chnins; thence west
Ho  chains;   llience   imrih   80  chains;   thencc
L.ind Mist.     Dist. of Clinlm,,.
ollowing descrihed lands:
C mencing al d post planted 2% inilt-s
smilh of the most southerly corner nf
Swan Lake; theuce ea_rt 80 chains; tlicnce
■Olltll   80   chains;     theme   west   80   chains;
thence imrth Ho chnins.
Iy.i. ARTHUR   WAl.KER.
PEACE HIVICR l.ANI) DISTRICT.
District of Csriboo.
TAKK imtici-      that    I,     K,|,m   Way,    nl
Picimi, Oiititrio, occupntion nmrried woman
intends tn npplv for permission in purchase the following described lnnds:-
Commencing  at  a  post  planted  1  mile
■OUtll  and  t,   miles   wcsl   ol   the  Boutll-east
mrner nf tin- II. C. Government Reserve,
marked K. W.'s S. K. Comer; theuce imrih
Bo chains; thence west 80 chains; theme
smith 80 chuins;   thence east  80  chains  In
point  of   commencement,   containing  64..
acres.
Jy..2. EDNA WAY.
March  30th ,   lyil,
PEACK RIVER l.ANI) DISTRICT.
District of Caribuo.
TAKE notice tbat I, Gladys S. Cmn-
oroii, of Victoria, 11. C. nccupation unmarried, Iniends to npply for permis.inn
in purchnse the follow/tiff deacrlbed lauds:-
Commencing at a pnst nlnnted 2 miles
1011th   and   I   mile  west  of  the  Smith nist
nriiir ,,| die i). t\ Government Reserve,
marked G, S. C.'s N. E. corner; thence
lOUtll Hu chains; thencc west Ho' chains:
1 hence north 80 chains; thence cast 80
ibains to point of commencement, containing  (.40 acres.
Iy.22. GLADYS K. CAMKRON.
Match 3ist.  I(.ll.
east Ko chains, to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less,
.le.io. HARRY  KNGLE.
March, 8.   njll.    James  Petlr-   agent.
Pence River Land Dist. - Dist. ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice lhat John White Heron^o*
Edmonton, Alta., occupation Harher, intends lo -ipply (or perniission to purchase
the   following   deserihed   lnntl.Hr-
Commeiic.ng at 1 post planted 2% miles
south of the S. W. rnmrr of Swnn Lake;
thonce smith 80 chains; thence west 80
tliains; thencc nn'lh Ho chains; tbence east
80 chains.
Jy.i. JOHN WHITE HERON.
March   28,   ign.       Albert  Tate,  agent.
TAKI. imtice that  Cecil Haydoil  Lnllev,
i Vancouver, II. C. nccupation fnrmcr, intends tn npply for permissinn to purchase
the following described lands;
Commencing at a post planled 26 miles
east oj the head on the smith bank of
Nation River and marked l,C. H. L- N. I
E. curner" llience smith 80 chains; Uienee
west 80 chnins; thence imrth Hn .hams;
Ihcnce east following the mcanderings ol
river down-stream tn point nf commence,
ment, containing r.40 acres more or less.
Sep.30. CECIL HAYDON LI'TLKY.
August 2nd., 1911.
CASSIAR   I.ANI)  DISTRICT.
01 The Peace River Land District.
TAKE nntiee that Artlmr A. Dnrton, of
nnrtnii City, 11. C. occupation farmer, intends to npplv h.r permission to purchase
the following described lnnds:
Commencing nt a post planted 12 milcs
cast nf the hend ami 2 miles south of the
smith bnnk nf Nation River and marked
"A. A. B., S. \\. corner" tbencc east 811
chains: tbence north 80 chnins; thence
west 80 chains; llience smith 80 chains tn
point of coinmeucement| containing 640
acres nmrc nr less.
Sep.30. ARTHUR A.  DURTOX.
Aujjust 3rd.. 1911.
Peace River Land Dist. - Dist. or Cariboo.
T.\j. i- - ■■ e that Aii»"'r Mart.-m "i
rjdmonton Alia., occupation Dentist, m
tends I'i appiy foC permission In purchase
the followim/ described landa:-
Commcncing at a post planted t% miles
nf the most southcrlj point nf Swan Luke
thence cast Hn chains; thenco smith 80
ihence west 8u chains; thence north 80
chains.
.Iy.i. ARTHUR  MASON.
We have
secured the
exclusive
agency for
the
Canadian
Kodak
Company,
and have a
complete
stock of
everything
for the
photographer.
1
Just Drop In and Let Us Show.You.
Remember we pay special attention t.
mui! ordera.
JOHN A. FRASER i.
Front Street, QUESNEL, B. C. K
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BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS*
COMPANY
Bead for a folder
Stages
OPERATING
Send for n folder
Autos     Steamboats |
From Ashcroft to Fort George, and all points in j
the northern interior of British Columbia, carrying |
the Royal Mail, passengers and fast freight. I
The Palatial Steamer B.X. Awaits the Arrival of the Company's Stages j
Head Offlce^Ashcroft, B.C. I
Froii:ht ennuis nod .t.>,_.tei-_ii-_r at Soda
creek will bit promptly forwartHtl.
CASSIAR   UND   DISTKICT.
01 The Peacu River I,and Distritt.
TAKK notice that IIiij;ii Fraser, «,f sin
can fi. C. occupation blacksmith, inteiuls
to upply for permission tu purcliaae llie
l"ll"»vi!ij! described lamls:
Coinmeiieiiijr at a pnst piunted 24 miles
east of the head on ..outh hank ot Nation
River and marked "H. F., N. K. corner," j
thencc .south 80 chains; thence west 83 !
chains; thence north 80 chains; theme easl !
following mcanderings ol river down j
stream to point of commencement, c<
taining 640 acres more or less.
Sept.30. HUGH PHASER.
August 2nd., 1310.
CASSIAR   I.AN'D DISTRICT.
Of Thc Peace River Land Districl.
TAKK notice that Harry I,cc of Slocan,
B. C, occupation miner, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following
descriheil lands:
Commencing at a pnst planted 24 miles
east of thc head on the south hank ul
Nalfon River and marked "II. I,., N. W,
Corner" thencc soulh 8a chains; thence
east 80 chains; tlicnce north Ho chains:
tlicnce west following the tin-ainli-rings oi
river up-stream to puint oi commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Sept.30. HARRY   LKlv
August  2nd.,   1911.
THE
CLUB POOL ROOM
THIRD AND   HAMILTON STS.
LOYAL & DAVIS,  Props.
Smokers' supplies
a specialty
Four pool tables
Splendid environments
Fort George Trading & Lumber Co., Limited
Operalors of Steamers on the Fraser, Nechaco ?nd   ^IJt\i"^?scJnlcreS,wui
Stuart Rivers Manufacturers of Lumber   w1STrud*^Ertc'1''" "
All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber for Sale
"Bone Dry Lumber In the Yards "
Phone: One-One   Mouldings
South Fort George
chas. e. Mcelroy
General Manager.
CASSIAR   I.ANI) DISTRICT,
01 The Peace River l.uliri District.
TAKK notice ihut Murkc Brown, of Slo-
eiiti, 11. C. occupation farmer, intends to
apply for permission to purclinsc the following descrihed  lunils;
Commencing at a post planted 22 miles
ensl of the head on lhe BOlltll hunk ol
Nation Kiver and marked "M. H., N. R.
coiner" tliencc smith Ho chains; theiue
west 80 chuins; Ihcnce north Ro chnins;
tlicnce east following the ineflitderiuiM. ol
river down stream to point ol cnmrnciice
incut, cr.niiiiriitij. 6.(0 mrcs more or less.
S.-pl.^a. MARKS HKOWN.
August   3iid.,l6ll.
CASSIAR   LAND  DISTRICT.
01 The Pence Kiver Land District.
TAKK   notice   Hint   Charles   A.   MiKerc
hi.riu,   of  Stayner,  (Int.    occupation   merchant,  inteiuls to apply for mrmissinn to
purciuise   the   following   desrrlbed   lalidR:
Commonclng nt a post plnnted 20 milea
I   the   liea 11   mi   the   north hunk   of
  ,  ...   Kiver   nnd   marked   "C.   A.   McK.,
lhe  lollowlfiR  drscriW.1   lunds 3,   Vi.   corner"   thence     north  80  elmini;
!"_.'__l?"i. "J? *1.."   >>OHt   Plantod J{ of  a; thence  east    80  Ciiuins;    thence   soutii   80
meatnier-
if    Colli
tnort or
Peace River I,and Dist. - Dist. ol Curihoi
TAKK   notice    tlmt   Edward   Home,   .
Kdmonton, Altn., occupation eti«lnc__r, h.
tends' io npplv  for  tienirssion  to purcliase : Nation   Kivrr   nnd   marked   "C
[ollowlng  drscril.i'd  lunds:- ; S.   W.   corner"   thenee     north
.mimnciii,- «t „ 1HjHt plnnted % of a thence east 80 chuins; tlienc. ....
mile south irom t)R. ,„r,Ht Hoiillirrly point clmins; theme west following the mi
ol   Swnn   Ukfli     theiue.   aotttll   Ho   chains,    lujpi  of   river   upstream   to   point  ol
l hence   went     Ho   cl in;   llience   m,rlh   Ho   mencement,   conlalnini'   640  ncrea  tn
chains;  thelice  enst  Ko  chuins. Mess.
chainB;  thelice  enst  Ho  chain
Jy.i. EDWARD HORNR,
Marod 37, iyn
CASSIAR  UND DISTRICT,
Of The Peace River Uud Distiict.
TAKK notice that John W. Crnw.
of Slocan, H. C, occupnlloil lurmer, intends to npply lor permission to puiehasc
the lollowing descril,c<l  lunds;
Comment iitj; at a post planted 33 miles
east of the lieud on the south lnml. ol
Nation River nnd murked "J. W. C, N.
W. corner" theuce sotitli Ko chains; thencu
east 80 chains; theiue norlli Ho 1 hnins;
thence we.-.i up streum following the menu-
derings of river to point of cottltnctico
incut, conlaining f. |>> acrea more or Ivss,
Sent.jo. JOHN  W. CHOW.
August  2nd.   1911.
McGaghran
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS
AND MAKERS OF FINE ICES
Fourth St., S.utli Fort George
CIGARS        AND        TOIiACCOS
Fori I'.nnio: ll.r. VI.-I...II.. 11,"
!•'. I'. Bordon, tVyr, I', C. ill, .„. Mltr.
Nol«in, B.O., A. H, _™on,M_T.
Green Bros., Burden & Co.
Civil Frcr.m., Dominion & 11. C. Land Smvcyot*
Surveys or Lands, Mines. IWiihltcH, Timlwr
I.lmltn, Etc.
Central Fort
George Lots
30 p.c. below
List Prices
The following lots are offered for sale by their owner at
prices far below the list valuations, as compiled by the Natural
Resources Security Company:
Lots 13, 14, 23 and 24, in block 183, Central Fort George; $1100
for the four.   This is half the price quoted by the townsite
company for lots in the same block.
Inside lots in block !)2 are quoted by the townsite company at
.$300 each.   We have for sale in this block Lots No.'_, 3,
12 and 13.   We offer them at $175 each.
Double corner in block 92, lots 29 and 30 going for $450.
Apply to
N. H. WESLEY
Affent for owner
South Fort George, R.C
CASSIAR  I.ANI)  DISTRICT,
01 The Peaee Rher Und District.
iep.30,
Alhrrt Tate, ogetrt.    [August i»t , iyn
TAKE notice tlmt K..lj.1i Cllleii ol
Slocan 1). C. occupation mill owner, In
apply (or permission lo |mrclitise llie Inl
llielollnwinj;  descrilied  hinds:
Comment'iii}; at 11 post planted 1,} mill",
east   of   thc   bead   on   llie   South   lmnk   of
Nation River nml mnrked "R. (.., N. Vi,
corner" tiience Hon tli Ko clmins; thonco
enat Hn elmins; llience north Ko clmins;
theuee following thc mttniidoi'ln^ii of riwr
upatrenm \n point of commencement, con
taining 040 neres more or lens.
CHAULKB A. MeKACHARIN. | Septan. RALPH (UMJ'H'T.
Augimt ind,,  lyli,
Wosa I£ee
WASHING AND
IRONING   -   -
Fresh Bread   I  Quesnel, B.C.
IfW -rlT-T.ll Hiiil.fii.-ii..u i-iiin-
Repairing   «_
C   H   l)AVI|';
Rend nrllelnH hy mall Ut Port GcnrKo, B.C.
Pre-emptions
In llie
NECHACO
k-ttoA  SALMONRIVERand
dtCU   Close lo Fori George
N.C.JORGENSEN South Ft.George
Fort George
Drug Co.
This is season-   !•   _ [„•
able weather for Ume JlllCe
A lurir. _t-.lt of which Ih nlwnyH on huntl.
Prescriptions a
Specially
Drilttft, Ch.nili'iilH, Putunt MmlklncH,
Mou:tir.ini.H. n.K,itB, stationery,
Tullot Arllcln, Drut-hla' Bunltlu
Bronger & Flynn
I-UILDERSANI)
CONTRACTORS
Plans and blue prints made
Estimate- submitted
All kinds of work promptly
executed
0PPICE
NO. 7 SECOND STREET
South Fort George l'KACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKIC notice that Jessie Hicks, of Vancouver, 11. C. occupation spinster, intenda
to apply for permission to purchase Llu
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about i
mile west of the eastern boundary ol Urit-
ish Columbia and 8 miles south of the Red
Willow Itiver and marked "J. II., N. W
comer" thenoe south 80 chains; thenci
vast Ho eliains tlicnce north 80 ehains
thence west 80 chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more
or   less.
gept.9. JESSIE HICKS.
Mnnh 23rd., 1911. Vi. II. Harrison, agt,
I'KACl'; RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Charles Alexander
Findlay, oi Vancouver, B. C. occupation
gentleman, intends to npply Ior permission
to purchase  the following described   lands:
Couimenciiig at u post planted about 1
mile west of the eastern boundary* of British Columbia and H miles .south of the Red
Willow River and market) "C. A. P., S. Vi.
corner" thenee north 80 chains; thenee
cast 80 chains; thence south 80 chnius;
chains; thence west 80 chains to point oi
commencement, and containing 6.10 ucres,
more or less."
CHARLKS ALEXANDER   FINDLAY.
March 23rd.,  lyil.  W. II.  Harrison, agt.
l'KACK KIVKR I.AND Dlo_.it_.CT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Frank Mbrgah Drcs
sey, of Vancouver, ti. C. occupation gent
k-in.ni, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands;
Commencing at a post planted about 1
mile west 0! the ensiern boundary of Brit-
ish Columbia and 8 miles solltll ol the Red
Willow River and murked "K. M. 11., N
Iv comer" thence south Ro chains; thence
west 80 chuins; thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 cliains to the point of com
mencement und containing 640 ucres more
or less.
Sp. y; 1 FRANK MORC,AN BRESSICY.
March 23rd.,   ign.   Vi. ll.  Harrison, agt,
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice thnt Edith G. Crossin, oi
Vancouver, ti. C. occupation spinster, in
tends to apply Ior permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 1
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia ami S miles south of the Red
Willow River, and marked "K. O. C, S.
E. corner" thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chnins; tlicnce south 80 chains
thence east 80 chains to point of commen -
cemant, containing b.\u acres more or less.
Scpt.9. KDITII  G. CROSSIN.
March 23rd,,  1911, W. H. Harrison, ngt.
PEACK RIVKR LAN!) DISTKICT.
District  of Cariboo-
TAKE notice that William Grundy, of
Vuncouver, II. C. occupation Gentleman,
intends lo apply for permission to purch
ase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 1
mile west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 1 miles north of the Ret)
Willow Kiver and marked "\V. G. N. E.
corner" tbence south 80 chains; ihcnce
west 80 chains; theuce north 80 chains;
thence cast 80 cliains to f]\_ point of commencement, cotltaining 640 acres more or
less.
Sept. 9. WILLIAM GRUNDY,
March 17th., 191!. Vf. II. Harrison, ngt.
I'KACE RIVKR I.ANI) DISTKICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice tlmi Charles Jesso of Vancouver,   B.   C.   occupation   painter,   intends
to  apply  for  permission   to  purchase  the
bdlowuig described lands;
Commencing  at a post  planted  alioul  1
mile west oi the eastern boundary nf Brit
ish Cnlumbia antl 2 milcs north of the Ked
Willow River and marked "C. J., S. E.
comer" thencc north 60 chaius; thence
west 80 chains; thencc soutli 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to point of commen-
cementcoutatning 040 acres more or less.
Sept. 9. CHARLKS JESSO.
March   17th.,  19H1  W.   II.   Ilarrisnii,  agt.
l'KACK KIVKK. I.ANI) DISTRICT.
District oi Carib 10.
TAKE   notice   that   Mary    Chalmers,   nl
tends to apply for jurftannfln ^"purchase
lhc following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted aboul 1
mile west ol the eastern boundary of Brit
isli Columbia and 2 miles aortli ol the Red
Willow River and murked "M. C, S. Vi.
1 rner" thencc north 80 chains; thencc
east 80 chains; thencc south 80 chains;
llui.ee west __\ chains to the puint ol com
inencement  containing  6_ju acres more or
Sept-  9- MARY CHALMERS.
Mnrch   17th.,  iyM.  w.   h,   Harrison, ogt.
PEACE RIVER I.AND DISTRICT.
Districl of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that William A. Kvric, ol
Vancouver, B. C. occupation occounUnt,
intends to apply (or permisaion to purch
ase   the  following  described  lauds:
Comnieneing at a post planted about t
mile west ol the eastern boundary of Brit
ish Columbia and 2 miles imrth of tbe Red
Willow  River and  marked   "W.   A.   K.   ,N
.orner" thencc soulh 80 chains; thencc
easi Ko chains; thencc north 80 chains;
tlicntie west 80 chains to point of commencement,  containing  640  acres more or
Sept- 9- WILLIAM A. RVRIK.
March  17th.,  I9M. w.  II.  Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT,
District ol Cariboo.
'IAKK notice that Alfred Omar, of Van
couver, B. C, occupati..11 seaman, intends
to apply I„r permission to purclmse the
I'dluwint. .Ascribed lands:
Commencing at a post planled about 1
mile west of the eastern boundary of Brit-
■sli Columbia and a miles smith of the Red
Willow River and marked "A. 0., N. W.
coiner" thence soulh 80 chains; thence
cast 80 chains; thencc north 80 chains;
Hience west 80 chains >•> lhc point ol com
inencement  coutnining  640  gcres  more  or
•s'l't. 9. ALFRED OMAR.
March   18th.,   1911.   W.   II.   Harrison,  agt.
PKACK RIVKR  I.AND DISTRICT.
District of Cnriboo.
IAKK notice that George Omar, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupalion seaman, in
lends to apply (or permission to purchase
lhe following described lands:
Commencing at a posi planted about 1
mile west ol the eastern boundary of Bril
[sh CotutnUa and 2 miles soulh ol ihe Red
Uilluw Kiver ami marked "tl. 0. S, K.
comer" thencc nortli 80 chain.-.; theuce
wesl 80 chains; Ihcnce south 80 chains
tJiencsj   east    80   chains   to   tbe    point   of
commencement, containing 640 acres nmre
Sept. 9 GKORGE OMAR.
March 18th., 1911, w. II. Harrison, ngt.
PEACE RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice Umt Wallace Lindsay Till
['cy, of Vancouver, B. C. occupation agent
iiii'cnds to apply for permission to purch
use Uu- following described In lul a
Co icncing at a post planled about  1
m>le west or the eastern boundary of Brit
"«li Columbia mid 2 miles south oi lho Red
pillow River and marked "W. L. T., N.
E, corner" thencc south 80 chains; llience
wwt 80 chains; Iheuce north 80 chains
ihcnce oaarij 80 chains in the poinl of coin
meueemeiit, containing 640 ncres more or
U'HS.
S',(>- WALLACE LINDSAY TUFFLEY,
•"'""ch  18th.,  iyn. Vi, ll.  Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISIRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
'I'AKK notice that William Omar, <>[
Vancouver, B. C. occupation Engineer, Intends to (1p,,|y for permission to purchase
the fo lowing described lands:
Commencing al n post plnnled about 1
l,n,«' west of Hu- eastern boundary of Bril
»i Columbia mid \ miles south of lhe Ked
Willow River nml marked "W. 0., S. W
turner" thtnicv norlh 80 chains; thencu casl
*" diatali 'hence south 80 chains; llience
Wesi 80 clmins to thc poinl of comment*
ji'ent eoniuining 640 ncres more or less.
h.em. y. WII.UAM OMAR.
s»ircli  18th.,  iyn. W. H.  Il.uris.wi, agt.
THE   HERALD
ish Columbia and 6 miles smilh of the Ilml
Willow River und m.irkcd-'E. B., S K.
Corner' thencu north 80 chuins; tlicnce
west 80 cliailis; thence south 80 chains
theuce eust 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
-■"mt. 9. ERNEST BLUE.
March 23rd., iyn. W. II. Harrison, agl.
PEACE RIVER LANI) Di.__jtn_.i.
Dislrict of Cariboo,
TAKK notice that Cyrus Moultan, of
Vnncouver, 11. C. occupation gardener, intends to npply for permission to purchase
the following described lamls:
Commencing ut it L,(lSl p|anted a<)(mt 3
miles west of the eastern boundary of Brit
Lttll Columbia and 1% m les north of the Red
Willow River and marked "C. M.( N. E.
corner" thence South Ho chnins; thence west
80 chains; theiue north 80 chains-; thence
east 80 chains to point oi commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Scpt.9. CYRUS MOULTAN.
March  !8tl]., iyn.    W, II. Harrison, agt.
PEACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Curiboo.
TAKE notice that Ellen Omar, of Vancouver,  B.  C. occupation spinster, intends
lo apply for nermission  to  purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 3
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 1% miles north ol the Red
Willow River and marked "IC. «)., S. Vf.
corner, thence imrth 80 chains; tliencc east
80  chains;   theuce  south  80 chains;   thence
west 80 chains in the imint af commencement coii'taining 640 acres more or less1.
Sept. y. ELLEN OMAR.
March _8lh., iyn.    Vi. ll. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVKR I.ANIl DISTRICT.
Disirici of C&riboo.
TAKK m.lice lhat Elmer Omar, ol Vancouver,  B.   C, occupation  butcher,  intends
to   apply   for   permission   to   purchase   the
following described lamls:
Commencing at a post planted about 3
miles west ol the eastern boundary of British Columbia und \% miles north of the Red
Willow River and marked "K. 0., S. I..
Comer" thence north 80 chains; theuce
west 80 chains; theiue south 80 chains;
thencc cast 80 chains to the poinl ol commencement, conlaining 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.y. ELMER OMAR.
Marcli  18th.,  iyn.    W\ 11.  Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICT.
Disiriil ol Caribo...
TAKK notice that Hercules Becott, of
Vancouver, B, C. occupation clerk, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described binds:
Commencing at a post planted about 1
mile west ot Lhe eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4 miles south of the Red
Wilb.w River and marked "II. B., S. E.
corner" Iheuce north 80 thailis; thencc
west 80 chains;     thencc south    80 chains;
thencc cast 80 clmins to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
.opt.!) HERCULES BECOTT
March 22nd.,  iyn. Vi.  II.  Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Fred Butterwort, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation salesman, intends to applv for perniission to purchase
tlie toilowing described lands:
Commencing at 11 post planted about I
mile west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4 miles south of the Red
Willow Riber and marked "F. B., N. E.
corner" thencc south 80 chains-; thence
west 80 chains; thence nortli 80 chains;
thence cast 80 chains to lhe point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.g. FRED BUTTERWORT.
March  22nd.,  1911. W.   II.  Harrison, agl.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DlbiRICT,
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice ili.it William Robison, of
Varcouver, B, C. occupalion carpenter, intends to apply for permission lo purchase
ihe fullowing described lands:-
Commencing al a post planleil about I
mile west of the eastern bonndarv of British Columbia and 4 chains norlh of the Red
Wilb.w Rher, and inurked'-W. K., S. W.
,asT  \<\  -Jfi.mV. -'Hiviu.^nti-iZH^ elite
thence west 80 chains to the point ol
commeucemenl, containing 640 acres more
or less.
Sept y. WILLIAM   ROBISON.
March .8th...ion, Vi. H. Harrison, net.
PKACK RIVER I.AND DISTRICL.
District of Cariboo,
TAKK notice that William  Flemln*, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation Merchant, intends to apply for permission to purcnase
lhc following described laiuls:
Coinmencing at a post planleil about I
mile west of the eastern boundary of Brit-
ish Columbia and 4 chains north uf the Red
Willow River and marked "W. P. N. W.
corner" thence south 80 chains; theuce
east 80 chains; thencc north 80 chains-,
thence west 80 chains to the point of commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept. y. WILLIAM  FLEMING.
March 18U1., mu. Vi. II.  Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DIMRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice    that     Roy    Whidden, of
Vancouver,    B.   C.      oecupatiun   clerk,   inteiuls to applv for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing   at   a   post   planted   about   I
mile west ol the eastern boundary "f Brit
ish Columbia and 4 chains north of llu- R-d
Willuw River antl marked "R. W„ S. K.
corner" thenco norlh 80 chains; theme
west 80 chains; thence South 80 chains;
thencc east 80 chains to the paint oj" commencement, cuiilaiuing (140 acres mure or
teas.
Sept. 9. ROY WHIDDEN.
March  18th.,  1911,  Vi. II.  Harrison, ngl,
PKACK RIVEK  LAND DISTKICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK nolice that Krtiesl S. Withers, of
Vancouver,   B,  C.  occupation  broker,   Intends   to applv fur permission to purchase
Hu- following described lands:
Commencing at a post plauted about 1
mile west ut the eastern boundary uf Brit
ish Columbia and 4 cliains north of tlie Rud
Willow River and marked "E. S. W., N.
K. curner" thence south 80 chains; ihenee
west 80 chains; thence nortli 80 chains;
tiience cast 80 chains io tin- point of commencement, containing f»4» acres more or
less.
Sept.y. ERNEST S. WITHERS,
March  18U1., iyn. W. II- Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT,
District of Cariboo.
TAKI-: nuiice thai Reginald Barter, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation gentleman, in
teiuls to apply fur permission to purchase
the  following described  lands;
Commencing at a post planted about l
mile wesl of lhe eastern boundary of Bril
[ah Columbia and 6 mile.s South of the Red
Willow River and market! *'R. B., N. W.
corner" thence south 80 chains; thence cnst
80 chains: tlicnce north 80 chains; thencc
west  80 chains  lo  point  nl coliimeuccli.w..
containing 640 acres more or less.
Sepi.'i. REGINALD DARTER,
March 23rd.,   tyil.  W. II.   Hurrison,  agt,
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Districl of Cnriboo.
TAKE notice lhat Ernest Blue, ot Van-
conver,   B   (f   occupation  laborer,  inteiuls
I Inly 'b.r' nermlsfdaii  t<>  imrehusc the
*'"J!"-ving descrihed lnnds:
_ V"»"«»d.iff nt a pnsl   planted  abot t .
»"•*■ west ol the eastern boundary t.f Brit-
PEACE RIVKR LANI) DISTRICT.
Districl  of Cnriboo.
TAKI-: notice thut    Lditiu    Fouscca, ol
Viincother,   B.   C.  occupation  spinster,   inteiuls (o applv for permission  lo purchase
lhe following ilescribed iuiid.i:
Commencing al a post planted about 1
mile west of the ensiern boinularv of British Columbia and 1, miles south of thc Red
Willow River and marked "L. P., N, E.
corner" tlicnce south 80 Chains) theuce
west 80 chailis; thenci- norl li do chains;
llience casl 80 clmins to llu* p.int of commencement,  conlaining  (.40 i.c.'cs more or
Sept.u. LKTITIA FONSECA.
March 1.3rd., iyn. Vi. _{, Hurrison, ngl.
PKACE RIVKR I./iiD DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice tint Ralph Stevens, of
Vancouver, IL C, occupation gentleman, intends io applv for permission io durclmse
the vollowing described lands;
Commencing at a posl planlrtl about l
mile west of lhe eastern boundary of Brit
ith Columbia and b miles south of the Red
Willow River and marku.I"K. S.( S. W,
corner" thenco north 80 chuius; thencc cnst
80 chains; llience ....uth 80 chuins; thencc
West 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing fiao acres more or less.
Sept. y. RALPH STEVENS.
Murch 23rd., iyn. Vi, II. Harrison, ngt.
PEACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT
District ol Cariboo
TAKE notice that .lames Boucher, of
Vancouver, J. c. occupation driver,' iS!
tends to apply b,r permission to purchase
the lollowing described  lands'
Commencing at a pust' planted about 3
miles west of the eastern boundary of Brit-
ish Columbia and a), miles south of the Red
Willow River und marked "IB N W
corner" thenee aoi.th Hn chains'; llience
east 80 chains; thence north 80 chains
thencc west 80 chains tu thu point of commencement conlaining (,40 acres more or
less.
Sepl.y. JAMKS BOUCHER.
March 22nd,,  iyn. W.  H. Harrison, agl.
PEACE RIVliR LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict ol Cariboo.
TAKE    notice   that     Henry   Benton,   of
Vancouver, ti. C. oecupatiun clerk, intends
to   apply   for   permission   to   purchase   the
following described  lands:
Commencing  at a post   planted  nbout   3
miles west ol  Hie eastern boundary of Hrit-
ish Columbia and 2% miles south of the Red
Willow River utul inarkvd "II, fl., S. E.
corner" thence nortb 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to print ol commencement, contuining 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.y. HENRY BENTON.
March  22nd.,   iyn. W.   H.  Harrison,   ugt.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT,
ol Cariboo.
Vuticouve TAKK notice that Mabel A.
Scrilnes, of Vancouver, B. C. occupation
stenographer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the lollow,m- described
lands:
Commencing nt a post planted about 3
miles west of the eastern boundary uf British Columbia and 3)j miles north of the Red
Willow River and marked "M. A. S., N.
IC. corner" thence south 80 cliains; theuce
west 80 chuins; thenco north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to the point o! commencement,  conlaining  640 acres more  or
Sept. 9. MABEL A.   SCRIMKS.
March   171b., iyn.  W.   H. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVKR   LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKIC notice Unit A. Leuoru Giglterc,
of Vancouver, B. C. occupation stenographer, intends to apply for permissiun to
purchase   the follow Hg  described   lauds:
Commencing at a post planted about 3
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 1% miles north oi the Red
Willow River and marked "A. I.. 0.., S.
W. Corner" thence north 80 ehains; thence
east 80 chains; thence south 80 cbains;
llience west 80 chains tn the point til commencement cuntaining 640 acres mow or
less.
Sent. 9. A. LENORA GIGUERE.
March   Ifcth.,   iyn. W.   H.  Harrisun,  agt.
PEACE RIVER I.ANI) DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that      Katie   Martin,   of
Vancouver, B. C.   occupation  s-tenogrupher,
iniends  lo apply  Ior  permission   to  p,
ase tbe following described lands:
Commencing at a post plnnted about 3
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia nnd 31/. miles north ol the Red
Willow River and marked "K. M., S. E.
comer" thence north 80 chains; ihenco
west 80 chains: thencc south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to the point of commencement,   containing   640  acres   more   01
Seut.y.
March   17th
KATIE MARTIN'.
1911. Vi. II. Harrison, agt.
l'KACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
' District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice lhat Llew S. Davison, of
Vancouver, B, C. occupation stenographer,
intenils to applv for permission to purchase the following ilescribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 3
miles West of the eastern bonndarv ot British Columbia and 2% miles north of tbe Red
Willow River and marked "L. S. 1)., N,
W. corner" thence smith 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains;- thencc north 80 chains;
thencc west 80 ahains lo the point ol commeucemenl, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept. 9. LLEW S.  DAVISON.
March   j;th.,   1911, W.   H. Harrisun, ngt.
_Fr_.aOi_F~Ki viwi -,*'»._ ..__._■-> ifr
Distri.t  of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that James Drysdute, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation sAKStnan, intends to apply for permissiun to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing .it a p"st planted abuut 3
miles west ol the eastern bountlurv u! British Columbia and 5'. miles north ol the Red
Willow River und marked".!. D. ,S. W.
corner" thencc north 80 chains; thencc
east 80 chains; thencc south 8u chains:
thelice west 80 chums to point uf commencement, contain ing 640 ucres more or
less.
Sept.   9. JAMES  DRYSDALE.
March 15th.,  iyn.    W.  11.  Harrisun, agl,
lo apply f'>r permission to purchase the
following  ilescribed   lamls:
Commenciiig at a post planted about 3
milcs west of the eastern boundary ol British Columbia and iji miles north of the Red
Willow River and marked'-A. C, N- W.
corner" thence south 80 chains; tbence cast
80 chains; thenee north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains tn the point of commence
ment, and conlaining 640 at res more or
less.
Sept.y. ANDREW COOK.
March, 18th.,   1911.   Vi.  H.   Harrison,  agt.
PEACE RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK nolice that Frank Bond, of Vancouver, B. C. occupation clerk, inteiuls to
apply for permission to pdrchasc the following  described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 5
miles west of the eastern bonndarv of Brit
ish Columtria and 2 miles south of tht- Red
Willow River and maided "P, B., S. K.
corner" theuce north 80 chains; thelice
west 80 chains; thelice south 80 chains;
llience cast 80 chains lo the point ol com-
munecmeiil, containing .640 acres more or
less.
Sept.y. KRANK   BOND.
March 25U1.,   iyn. Vi.  It. Harrison,  agl.
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District  ot Cariboo.
TAKK   notice   that   .lames   Beveridge,   of
Vancouver, B.    C, occupation     ugent,  in
tends  to   uuply  lor  permission   to  purchase
Lhe lollowini' described lands:
Commencing   ut   a   [ost   planted  about   3
miles west of the eastern bonndarv of British Columbia and £ml!c south of the Red
Willow River and marked" J. B.h N. W.
curner" thencc sunth 80 chains; thencc
east 80 chaius; tliencc norlh 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains tu the point of com-
mencement cuntaining 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.2. .IAMES BEVERIDGE.
March  20H1 ,   iyn.   W.  II.   Harrison, ngt.
PEACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICT.
District   of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that William Telford, of
Vancouver, H. C, occupation agent, in-
teotls to applv for permission to purchase
the following described  lands:
Cummencing at a post planted about 3
miles west «.f iiu- eastern boundary ol British Columbia and %-mile south of the Ked
Willow Kiver and marked "W. T., S. E.
corner" thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; hience south 80 chains;
thencc east 80 chains to the po'n't of coDl-
mjoccmeut contaiolng 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.o. WILLIAM TELFORD.
March  20th.,   iyn.   W. II.   Harrison,  agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND Dial RICT.
District  of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  that   Elmer C.  Robinson
ol Vancuuver, B. C. occupation gentleman
Intends to applv ior permission to purch
ase the vollowing described  lands: It
Conimencing  at a   post   planted about  3    '
miles west of the eastern boundary ol Brit- , Sept.y. AI.VCE PHELPS,
ih Columbia and 5# miles liortll of the Red !   March 23rd.,   ion.  Vi. 11.   Harrison,  agt
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKIC notice ih.it Perry Gordon, of Vancouver, B. C., occupation .salesman, intends
to   apply   for   permission   to   purchase   the
fallowing described laiuls:
Commencing at a posl planted about 3
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and !4-mile south of the Red
Willow River and marked "P. G., N. E.
corner" thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chuins;
thence cast 80 chains to the point of
commencement containing 640 acres more
or less.
Sept.y. PERRY CORDON.
March 20th.,  iyn,  W. II.   Harrison, agt.
PKACK RIVER LANDY)ISTRICT7
District of Cariboo-
TAKE notice  that Vincent  Annitiige,  of
Vancouver,   B,   C.   occupntion   laborer,   intends to apply for permissioa to purchase
the lollowing described lands:
Cummencing at a post planled about 3
milcs west ul the ..-stern boundary of British Columbia and 'J-mile south of thc Red
Willuw River and markci "V. A., S. W.
cotudr" thencc north 80 cliains; thence cast
So cbains; thence s«>ittli 80 chains; llience
west 80 chains to the point uf commencement, cuiilaiuing 640 acres inure or less.
Sept. y. VINCENT ARMITAGE.
March   20lh.,   1911.   W.   1!.   Harrison,  agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
D itrict  ui Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  that   Mary   Ruth  Crossin,
of  Vancouver,   B.   C.   occupation   spinster,
intends   lo  applv   b.r   permission   to   purchase the following describtd  laiuls:
Commencing  .it a j"<st  planted about 3
miles west 1 I Ui.- «x_«t«r.. bottJjduCTi of British ColumVia and (■'. milci Soutn M tne Red
Willow River and marked "M. R. C, N.
Vi. ctiier" tbence south 80 chains; thencc
east   Hn   chains;    llience      north   80  chains;
llience wfcst 80 chains io tlie point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. MARV Rl'TH  CROSSIN.
Marcli  -'.ml.,   iyn.   W.  H.   Ilarrismi,  agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT."
Disirici ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Alyce Phelps, of Vnncouver,  B.   C.   occupati ti  spinster,   intends
lo   upply   for   permission  to   purcliase   the
following  described   lands
Commencing at a P".-.t planted about 3
mile-, west ol lhe eastern boundary oi British Culuinbia and 6% miles soutii of the Red
Willuw River and marked "A. P., S. W.
corner" tneuce north 80 chains; thencc
east 80 chains; thence soutli 80 chains;
thence west 80 chain.; to the poinl of comment,   cuiilaiuing   040   acres   mure   or
PAGE THREE.
Willow Kiver ami marked-K. C R., S
K. corner" thence north 80 chains; thencc
west 80 chains; thencc south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chain, to point ol commencement, cuiilaiuing 640 acres more or j intends to api
Sept.y. , ELMER C. ROBINSON.     !'' Commencing
March 15.I1
1.11
Vi. II. Harrison, agt.
PKACE KIVKR I.AND DISTRICT.
District ui Cariboo.
TAKK   nonce   that   Alice  Jane  Webster,
f   VAncouver,   B.   C.   occupation   spinster,
permission   to pnrch-
cribed  lauds:
pust   planted  about 3
mites west ol the eastern boundary ol Brit
ish Columbia and ..'; miles soutli of the Red
Willow Kiver ami marked "A. J. W-, N.
E. corner" theuce south 80 chains; thence
t   80   chains:   thencc   north   80   chains;
PEACE RIVKK I.ANI) DISTRICT.
District of Caribuo.
TAKIC   notice that   John  Murdoch,   of
Vancouver, B. C,  occupalion  teamster,  in-    thence east 80 chains to the point of c
tends tt> apply fur permission to purchase   mcnccraent,  containing  640  acres more or
the following described lauds: [C88<
Cummencing at a post planted about 3   Sept.9. ALICE JANE WEBSTER,
miles west of the eastern boundary uf Brit   |   March 2.rd.,   igil.   Vi.  II.  Harrison,  ngt.
ish Columbia and 5X miles north ol tbe R '
Willow Riier and marked"J. M..
corner" theuce south 80 chains; tliencc
cast 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
Ihcnce west 80 chains to the point c>f com
mencement containing 1)40 acres more ur
less.
Sept.y. JOHN MURDOCH.
March 151I1., phi.   Vf. II. Harrison, ngt.
l'KACK RIVEK I.AND DISTRICT.
Dislrict  ol Cariboo.
TAKE  notiee  that   Laura   Reglna  Ken
dull,   of    Vancouver,   B,    C,   occupatioi
spinster,   intends   lu   applv   lor   permissioi
lo  purchase   the  following   des. ribed  lfilld:
Commenting at a posl  pli
miles west of llu- eastern bonndarv ol But
ish Columbia and jjf miles north ol ihe Red
Willow River and marked "I.. R. K., N.
K. corner" theuce south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chaina; thence north 80 chains:
(hi-uct) east 80 chains to thc point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.y. LAURA RKOINA KENDALL.
March 15th., iyn.   W,  H. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT,
Dislrict  ul  Cariboo.
TAKI- notice that -luhn H. Morrison, ol
Vancouver, B. C. occupalion gentleman,
intends to apply lur permission It) purchase   the   following  described  laiuls:
Commencing at a post  planted about 3
miles uest ul the easUlll boundary ol British Columbia and 6JJ miles south of the Red
Willow River and marked "J, II. M., S.
E. Corner"   thence north 80 chains;   tlicnce
the
or   hi
,'l,c' p.
ng 040
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notict that Albert Anderson, of
Vancouver, B, C. oecupatiun salesman, inteiuls to apply for permission to purchase
the   following   described   lands:
Commencing ut a post planted about 3
miles west of the eastern boundary of Brit
ish Columbia and 2% miles south of the Ret1
Willow River and marked "A. A., S. W.
corner" theuce nortii 80 chains; thencc
east 80 cliains; thencc south 80 chaius;
llience west 80 chains to the point of com
mencement,  containing  640 acres more  or
Sept.y. ALBERT ANDKRSON.
March  2ind.,   iyn.  W.   II.  Harrison,  agt.
PEACE RIVEK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKb)   notice   that   Edward   Radley,   of
Vancouver, B.  C. occuuatioil carpenler, inteiuls to apply Iur permission to purchase
the  following  described   lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 3
miles wesl uf the eastern boundary of Brit
ish Columbia and 2% miles south ol the Red
Willow Kiver and marked "E. R., N. E.
comer" thence south 80 chains; thencc
west 80 chains; thencc north 80 cha.us;
thencc cast 80 chains to thc point of commencement containing 640 acres morc or
less.
Sept.y. EDWARD RADLEY.
March  22nd.,   iyn.  W.   II. Harrison,  agl.
I'KACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKI-;   notice   that     Mary   Camcruti,   of
Vancouver, B. C, occupalion stenographer
intends to  apply  for permission   lo purchuse  the following   described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 4
miles wesi of the eastern boundary of Brit
ish Columbia aud 4 miles north of the Red
Willow River and marked "M. C, S. E.
corner" Ihcnce north 80 chains; theuce
west 80 cha.us; thencc south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to the puint of commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.q. MARV  CAMERON.
March   i/lh.,   19tl.  W.   II. Harrison,
agt
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Margaret Munro,  of
Vaucouver, B. C. occupation stenographer,
intend;,   to apply for permission   to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 4
miles west of the eastern bonndarv of British Columbia .nd 4 miles north of the Red
Willow River and marked "M. M., N. E.
corner" thence south 80 chains; Iheuce
west 80 chains: thencc north 80 chains:
thence cast 80 chains to the point of commencement and containing 640 acres more
or less.
Scpt.9. MAROARKT MI.NR0.
March   17th.,   iyn.  W.   H.  Harrison,  apt
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that   Clarence   Nichols,   of
Vancouver,   B.   C.   occupation   accountant,
intends to apply for permissinn to purchase  tbe fallowing  describeil lands:
Commcticiiifi at a post plauted about 5
miles west of the eastern bonndarv of British Columbia and 2 miles north of the Red
Willow River and marked "C. N., S. E-
corner" thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; theuce south 80 chains:
thence east 80 chains to tbe point of commencement containing 640 ncres more or
less.
Sept.q. CLARENCE NICHOLS.
March 2ist.,  1911.    Vi. II, Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Thomas Archibald, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation clerk, intends
to   apply  for  permission   to  purchase  the
following described lands:
Commencing at n post planted about 5
miles west of thc eastern boundary of British Columbia and 2 miles north of the Red
Willow River and marked "T. A., N. E.
corner" Iheuce south 8n chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence norlh 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to the point of commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. THOMAS   ARCHIBALD,
March 2ist.,  1911.    Vf.  II. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVKR LANI) DISTRICT.
District ui Cari'boo.
TAKE notice that David O'Brien, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation cook, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following  described   laiuls:
Cummencing at a post planted ubout 5
miles west of the eastern boundary of Bril
isli Columbia and 2 miles north uf the Red
Willow River and marked"D. 0., S. Vi.
corner" thencc north 80 chains; thence east
80 cliains; thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Sept.g. DAVID O'BRIEN.
March 21st.,  1911.    W.  H. Harrison, agt.
l'EACK RIVER LANI) DISTRICT.
Dislrict oi Cariboo.
TAKE notice that James Coulter, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation teamster, iniends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Conunencing at a post planted about 5
miles west ol the eastern bonndarv oi British Columbia and 2 miles north of the Red
Willow River', and marked "J. C, N. Vi.
corner" thence south 80 chains; thencc
cast 80 chains; thencc north 80 chains;
tbence west 80 chains to point of commencement contnin'og 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. JAMES COULTER.
Marcli 21st.,  iyn.    Vi. H. Harrison, agt.
Commencing at a post planted about 3
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4% miles south of thc Red
Willow River and marked "P. R., S. E
corner" theuce north 80 chains: thence
west 80 chnins; Ihcnce south 80 chains.
thencc east 80 chains to the point of commencement conlaining 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.yl PETER   RAYNOI.DS.
March 24th.,   iyn.  W.  H.   Harrison,
ngt-
I'KACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT. ,
District of Cariboo-
TAKE notice that Michael Sanders, 01
Vancouver, B. C, occupation accountant,
inteiuls to apply for permission to purcliase the loiluwing described lands:
Commencing at a pust planted about 5
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 2 miles south of tlte Red
Willow River and marked "M. S., N. E.
corner" theuce south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thencc north 80 chains;
llience cast 80 chains lo thu point of commencement containing t>\o acres more or
less.
Scpt.9- MICHAEL SANDERS.
March 25th., 1911. W. II. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVliR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE nntiee that Seath Griffith of Van-
-■■»■■"-.   n    C.  occupation  laborer,   intends
purchase   the
apply
owing
otiutieii
les.rtbcd   lauds;
I west •
I  at
the <
post  pl
stem bo
ish Columbia ami 2
Willow  Kiver  and  marked
comer"   thence   soutii     81
cast   80   chains1;     thence   1
thenc..: west 80 chains to t
mencement, containing 641
Sept.  9.
less.
March 25th.,  1911. W.   II.  II,
nted
ndary
ibout  5
Brit-
oi the Red.
C, N. W.
us; ihcnce
Ho chains;
ut of com-
s more or
SEATH GRIFFITH.
agt.
I'arent,
I'inster,
purch-
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT
District of Caribn.,
TAKK   notice   that   Elbe   M.i
of   Vancouver,   B.   C,   occupation
intends to apply for dennission   t
ase thc following described lands;
Coinmencing at a post planted about =;
miles west of the eastern boundary of Brit
ish Columbia and 3 miles south nf the Red
Willow River and marked "E- M. P., N
\V. corner" thtnee south 80 chains; thenn
east 80 chains; thencc north 80 chains
thence west Hn chains to the poiot uf commencement, containing 640 acres more ui
less.
Sept.9. EKFIE MABLE PARENT.
March  25th.,   19IX. W.   H.  Harrison, agt
PEACE RIVliR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Curibnu.
TAKE notice that Blanch Mary Wilkins
of Vancouper, B. C. necuj
.ntends to apply for permissii
ase_ the loiluwing describeil la
Commencing al a post plan
miles west of the eastern bourn
ish Columbia and 5 miles soutl
Willow River, and marked 11
E. corner" thence south 80 .!;
west 80 chains; thencc nor.li
tlicnce cast 8-1 chains to thc ;
meno-iiuetit containing 640 .,.1
less.
Sept.9. BLANCH   MARV
March   25th.,   1911. Vi.   II.   I
spinster
1   to purch
ds:
d about =
iry of Brit"-
ol the Red
M. W., N,
:ns; thencc
>io chains;
:t of com-
3  more  or
iVILKINS.
rrison, agt
Brown, of
laborer, into purchase
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT,
District of Caribuu.
TAKE  noiice  that  Napole
Vancouver,   B.   C.   occupati..1
tends to applv for  permissi.
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about =;
miles west uf lhe eastern boundary oIBrit'
ish Columbia .unl 4 mile.s sodth of the Red
Willow River and marked "K. B., S. tt*.
corner" theiue north 80 chains; thence east
ncc south Hn chains; thence
to the point of commence
ig 640 acres  mnn or less.
NAPOLEON  BROWN.
19". Vi.  II.   Harrison
80  chains;
west 80 chai
incut, coiilai
Scpl.9.
March 24th
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Curiboo.
TAKE notice that Jacob Henderson, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation joiner, Intends
to  apply for permission  to purcliase  the
lollowing  described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 6
miles west oi the eastern boundary ol Brit-
ish Columbia and i>_ miles south of the Red
Willow River and marked "J. H., S. E.
corner" theuce north 80 cliains; theme
west 0 ehains; theuce south 80 chains;
ihcnce east 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more
less.
Sept.9. JACOB HENDERSON.
March 2bth,,   1911.   \\\  n.   Harrison,  agt.
PEACE RIVER LANI) DISTKICT.
District ot Cariboo.
IAKK notice that Jacob Nelson, of Vancouver    fl    C.   occupation   joiner,   intends
to   apply   fur  perrauMon   to   purchase   tha
following descrilied  lands:
Commencing at _ post planted about 6
miles west of the eastern boundary ol Urit.
sh Columbia and 1';, miles south oi
Willow Kiver and marked "J. N.
comer" thence south 80 chains-' thcuco
west 80 chains; thence north 80' chains,
theuce east 80 chains to the point ol com'
mencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. JACOB NELSON,
Mareh  26th.,   1911.   Vf.   H.   Harrison,  agt.
: Red
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKIC notice that Harvy Urielmour, oi
Vancouver, B. C. occupation carpenter,' intends to apply lor permission co purchase
the  following  described   binds:
Commencing at a post j lanted about 6
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and x'. miles south of the Red
Willow River and marked "ll. (',., S. E
comer" thence norlh 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to tne point of cora-
nenceiueut   containing   640   acres   more   or
Sept.g,
March 25th.
HARVY CRIELMOTR.
lyil.  W.   II.   Harrison,
_gt.
PEACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice ih.,1 Michael Grey, af Van-
couver, B. C. occupation sign-painter, intends to apply fur permiss'on to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 6
miles west of the eastern bonndarv ol Brit
ish Columbia and $% milcs south of the RJed
Willow River and marked "II, G., N E
corner" ihcnce south 80 chains: Llience
west 80 cliains; thencc north 80 chains:
thence east 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres niuro or
less,
Sept.y,
March
jth.
MICHAEL GREY.
lyil. W.   H. Harrison,
agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Caribuo.
TAKE notice that Robert Audersoo, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation laborer. Intends tt. apply lur permission to purchase
the following descrilied  lauds:
Commencing at .1 oust planted about 6
miles west of the eastern houndury ui British Columbia and 4% miles south of the Red
Willow River and marked "R. A., X. E.
comer" thence sonlh 80 chains; th lice
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence cast 80 chains to the point of commencement   containing   640   acres   more   or
Sept.9. ROBERT  ANDERSON.
March 25th.,   1911,   W.   H.   Harrison,  agt.
agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Pettr Dclong, of Vancouver,   fl.   C.   occupation   accountant,   intends to apply for permiss;..n   to purchase
the following  describeil lands'
Commencing at a post planted about 5
miles west of the eastern boundary of Brit-
loii cut.,.._.,i0 ami _( umta soum 01 me Ked
W'llow Kiver and marked "P. D., S. E.
corner" thence north 80 chains; tlicnce
cest 80 chains; thencc south 80 chains,
thencc cast Hn chains to the point of commencement, containing (140 acres more or
less.
Scpt.9. PETER BELONG.
March 24th.,   igil.   W.   H.   Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ot Cariboo.
TAKI*; notice that Robert Bucley, of
Vancouver, IJ. C. occupation clerk, intends
apply for permission to purcliase the
following  descrihed   lands:
Commenciiig at a post planted about 5
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Culuinbia and 4 miles suuth of the Red
Willow Riv?r and markeh "R. fl., N, W.
curner" theuce south 80 chains, thence east
80 chaius; thence nurlh 80 chains; thencc
west 80 chains to the point nl commencement containiug 640 acres more or less.
Sont.9. ROBERT BUCLEV.
March 24th.,   1911.   W.  H.   Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Alphonse Amand, nf
Vancouver, H. C. occupation joiner, intends
to apply fur permission to purchase thc
following  described   lnnds:
Commencing at a post planted about 5
miles west of thc eastern boundary oi British Columbia and 4 miles north of the Red
Willow River and marked "A. A,, N. W.
comer" thencc south 80 chains; thence
cast 80 cliains; theuce north 80 chains;
thencc went 80 chains to the point of conimenccment, Containing 630 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. ALPHONSE AMAND.
March  20lh.,   iyn.   W.   II.   Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICT.
Districl of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Peter Marshall, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation accountant,
intends to applv for permission to purchase the following described  lauds:
Commencing at a pust planted about ;.
miles west oi ilic eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4 miles sodth of the Red
Willow  River and murk-ed "P.  M., N.  E
PEACE RIVKR LANI) DISTRICT.
District of Caribuo.
TAKK notice that Charles Forrester, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation clerk, intenils
to apply for permission to purch-iac the
following described   lands:
Commencinr' at a p"St planted about 6
miles west of the eastern boundary of Bnt-
ish Columbia and 2'^ miles north of the Red
U'idow River and marked "C. p., N. K.
corner" thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thencc east 80 chains to the point of cummencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sent.'*. CHARLES  I-ORRESTER.
March   21st.,   iqii.   Vf.   ll.   Harrison,   agt,
of
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKIC  notice   that   Charles  Hennessy
Vancouver B. C. occupation merchant, intends to apnly Ior penuissi cm  to purchase
the lollowing described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted about b
miles west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 2% miles north ol the Red
Willow River and marked "C. 11., S E.
corner" thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thencc south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chaius to the point of commencement containing 740 acres more or
less.
Sept.y. CHARLES HENNESSY.
March 2lst.,  1911. W.   H.  Harrison, agt.
corner"     the:
west 80 chaii
thence cast 8>
mcnccmenlam
or  less.
Sept. 9.
March 24th ,   1
"PEACE RIV
Distr
TAKE  notue
Vancouver, fl. C
to   apply   Ior   pi
following desn il
Commencing n
miles west ol tin
ish Columbia am
Willow   Rivel   an
comer"   theme
of
PEACE) RIVER LANI) DISTRICT.
"(strict Of Cariboo.
./.ivri nolice Hint Grace Lee Inksulcr,
ol Winnipeg, Man., occupat'on stcnog
rauher, intends to npply dor permission to
purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at n post planted about .1
miles west of the easlein boundary ul Brit
isii Columbia utul 7'. miles norlh of the Red
Willow River and marked "G, L. I., S.
W. corner" thencc north 80 chains; theuce
east 80 chains; theuce south 80 chains;
thence wesl 80 chuins to the uoint of coin
mencement,  containing  (140 acres  1
less.
Scb-1.9. CRACK  I.K1-:  (NESATER.
March  14th,,. iyn:    W. II.   Harrison, ngt
.'•'""^ I Sept.y. JOHN   II.  MORRISON.
:'    *'   Manh  .Mid.,   loit.   W    If.   Harrison    ngt.
I'EACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT"!
District  ol Cnriboo.
TAKI- notice that William John Hinch-
lill ol Edmonton,  Altn , occupation prospector, iniends lo applv for permission to
purchase thc fullowing described hinds:
Coiumeucing at a post planted uboul 3
miles west of the eastern botindaxy of British Columbia and 4% milcs south of the Red
Willuw Rner and marked "W. .1. IL, N.
Vi. coiner" thencc south 80 chains; llience
east 80 chains; thence north 80 chaius;
Iheuce wesl So chains lo lhc point nl commencement, containing (140 acres more or
less.
Sepy,9.     WILLIAM  JOHN  IIINCHLIl-'F.
March 241.1.,   mn.   W.   II.   Harrison,  agt.
PEACES RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District oi Cariboo.
TAKli   notict-  that    Harvey  Clifton,   of
Vancouver,  fl. C.  occupation curoctitcr, iniends to applv for permission to purchase
llu* following'described  lali.ls:
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Caribuu.
TAKE lioticc that Clifford Caldwell, of | east 80 cli
Vancouver, B. C. occupation laborer, iu- thence west ;
tends to apply ior permission to purchase ' mencement «
lhe lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 5
miles west otitic eastern boundary oi Brit
ish Columbia and 4 miles norlh of the Red
Willuw River and marked "C. C„ N. E.
corner" thence south 80 chains; llience
west 80 chains; thencc north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to the point of commencement conlaining 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. CLIFFORD CALDWELL.
March   20th.,   iyn.   Vi.  11.   Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Districl  of Carihoo.
TAKK notice that Fred Taylor, of Van
couver, 11. C. occupation merchant, intenils
fo npply (or permission to purcnaso the
following described laods:
Commencliig at- u post plnnted about 3
miles west of lhe eastern boundulV of Bril
ish Columbia nml 7'-,' miles north n\ lhe Red
Willow River and markeh "P, T., S. IC.
corner" thencc north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chnins to the point of coin
mencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.y. FRED TAVLOR.
March  14th.,mil    Vi, H, Harrison, ngt.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo,
TAKK notice that Andrew Cook, of Vancouver, B. C. occupation collector, lu lends
r) Commencing at a pust planted about 3
■niles west „l the custom bonndarv of Brit-
ish Columbia and <# mites smith of the Red
Willuw River and inalhed "II. C, N. E.
corner" thencc soulh Hu chains; thencc
west 80 cnains; llu-nce north 80 chains;
iheuce cast 80 chains to the point ol commencement Containing 640 acres nmrc or
less.
Sepi i). HARVEY CLIFTON.
March  14th.,   iyn.  W.   II.  Harrison, agl.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ot Curiboo.
TAKE noiice that Frank Moore, of
Vancouver, B. C. .vfUpatloil salesman, inteiuls to apply for p. rmission to purchase
lhe following described   binds;
Commencing ul 11 post plnntetl ubout 3
miles west ui the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4% miles south of the Red
Willow River and niarkc.l-'F. M., S. W.
corner" thence north 80 chaius; thence cast
80 chains; tlicnce south 80 chains; tlicnce
west 80 chuins to thc point of commencement containing 640 ucres more or less.
Sent.y. FRANK MOORE,
March 341.1.,  iyn.  Wr.  11.  Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER I.AND DISTRICT.
Districl ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice tbat Vance Van Allen, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation ckirk, intends
anply for permiss'on to purchase lhc fallowing described lauds;
Coniniencing at a post planted about 5
milcs west of the eastern bonndarv ol British Columbia and 4 miles north of lhe Red
Willow River and marked "V. V. A., S.
W. corner" thencc north 80 chains; thence
cnst 80 chains; thencc south 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains to the point of commencement containing 640 ucres more or
less.
Sent.9. VANCE VAN ALLEN.
Mnrch  2oth.,   lyil.   W.  II.   Harrison,  ngt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Allen Then, of Vancouver, B. C. occupation salesman, iniends
to apply for permission to purcliase thc
following  descrihed   lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 5
miles west of thc eastern boundary "f British Columbia ami 4 miles north of the Red
Willow 1 River and marked "A, T,, S. E.
corner" thencc north 80 chains; Ihenee
west 80 chains; thencc south 80 chnius;
theuce cast 80 chnins to lhc point of commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. ALLEN THEN.
March 20th.,  1911. Vi. II.  Harrison, agt.
:e    south  80    chains  thence
thence    north 80 chains;
chains to the point of com-
containing  640  acres  more
PETER MARSHALL.
in 1    W.   H.   Harrison, agt.
ER LAND DISTRICT.
.:  0] Caribuo.
that   Frederick   Bell,   of
occupation clerk, intends
nuissjon   to   purcliase   lhe
;   lamls
a post planted about s
eastern boundary ol Brit-
1 chains SOUtll id the Red
1   marked   "F.   IL,  S.   W.
iorth     80   chains;   thence
Ihcnce   soutii   80   chains;
.nns to the point of com-
ining  640 acres more or
Sept.y. FREDERICK HELL.
March 24th, imi. W. II. Harrison,
~ PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
■gt.
Caril
Alfred
for
|.la
olttl
larked '
orth 80
then,
s lu (be
ng   b.p>
Ilamil-
pation genteel lands:
led about 5
lurv of Brit-
of lhe Red
I. A. IL, S.
liains; tlicnce
h 80 chains;
loiul of cum
area more or
f Van
intends
tffi   the
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT,
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice  that   Peter Raynolds,  of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation agent, intends
lo  .ipply for permission to purchase  the
lollow'ng described  lands:
TAKE no:
ton, of Vauc
Iciuuii, Intern
purchase   tbe
Comraeuciiij
miles west oi
ish Columbia
Willow River
K. corner" 1
WCSt 80 cha
thencc eust S
meuccineiit, c
less.
Sept.9. JOHN ALFRED HAMILTON
March  24II1..   OMi.   W.   II.   Harrisun,  agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT,.
District oi Cariboo.
TAKE  nolice  that   Ethel   Hicks
couver,   fl.   C.   occupation  spinster,
to   apply   lor   permission   to   purcli
following ilescribed lands:
Commencing at a post plnnted about ;
milcs west of the eastern bouudurv ol Br
ish Columbia and 4 chains south uf the Red
Willow River and marked "E. IL, N. W.
corner" thencc south 80 chains; tlicnce
cast 80 chains; theuce north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains to the point of commencement conlaining 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.y. ETHEL HICKS.
Jdurch 24th.,   MU,   W.   11.   Harrison, agt.
PEACB. RIVER LAND DISTRICT^
Disirici oi Cariboo.
TAKE notice that William Hicks, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation gentleman, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described  binds:
Commencing al a post planted about 5
miles west of lhe eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4 chains south ol the Red
Willow River and marked ;'W, H., N, E.
corner" thence south 80 chuinn; thenee
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chuins to the point ol commencement, containing 610 acres more or
less.
Sept.y. WILLIAM  HICKS.
March 24th.,  1911. Vi.  H.  Harrison, «gt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ui Curiboo.
TAKE notice that John Bartlett, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation accountant
intends to apply Ior permission to purchase  the   following  described   lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 6
miles west ol thc eastern boundary oi Brit
ish Columbia and Jj-mile north of the Red
Willow River and marked "J. B., N. E.
comer" tlicnce south 80 chains; theuce
west 80 chains; thencc north 80 chains;
theuce cast 80 chains to the point ol commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9- JOHN  BARTLETT.
March 26th., 1911.   W. II. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice   that  Leonard   Mackie,   ni
Winnipeg,  Man.,   occupation  Clerk,   intends
to   apply   lor   permission   to   purchase   lhc
following described lauds:
Conimencing at a post planted about 1
mile west of the eastern bonndarv of British Columbia and 4 milcs north of the Red
Willow River and marked "L. M., N. E.
corner" thence south 80 chains; theuce
west 80 chains; thence norlh 80 chains;
thence enst 80 chains to the point of commencement, containiug 640 acres mere or
less.
Sept. 9. LEONARD  MACKIE,
March 15th., 1911.   W   H. Harrison, agt.
PKACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Geprgfl Henry TaCej
of Vancouver, B. C. occupation occupation
metal-worker intends to apply ior permission to purchase the lollowing described
lands:
Coniniencing at a post plantvd about l
mile wesl ol the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4 miles north ol the Red
Willow Ri\cr and marked "0, II. T., S
E. comer" llience north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thencc south 80 chains,
thence enst 80 chains to point of com-
menceiui-ot,   containing   N" acres  more   or
lei
Sept. 9-
March 15th.,
CEORCE HKNRV TACEV.
1911.   Wi IL Harrison, agt,
PEACK RIVKR LANI) DISiRICT.
District of  Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Cecil Alfred Bolt, ol
Vancouver, B. C. occupation engineer, intends to apply fur perniission tu purchaso
the Following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 1
mile west of the eastern boundary ot Brit
ish Columbia and 4 miles north of the Red
Willow River and marked "C. A. D., S.
W- comer" theuce north 80 chains; thence
cast 80 chains: thencc south 80 chains,
llience west 80 chains lo point of cuinmeii-
ceiuent, conta'ning 640 acres more or less,
Sept. 9 CECIL ALFRED BOLT.
March 15th., iyn.   W. H. Harrison, agt,
PEACE RIVER LAND Dl__cRlCT.
District of Caribou.
TAKE notice that Wimilfred Mary Stevens of Vancouver, B. C. occupation spinster, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 1
mile west ol the eastern boundary of Brit
Ish Columbia and 4 miles s ill III of the Red
Willow River, and murked -W. M. S., S.
W. Corner" thence norlh 80 chalnsi thence
east 80 chains'; thence south 80 chains:
thence west 80 clinins to the point of
commencement, containing 040 acres mute
or less.
SEP. 9.    WINNIFKKD MARV STEVENS,
March land., i-.n. W- II. Harrison, ngt. \
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Mt: 11
ANOTHER BOOK by TALBOT.
AN OTTAWA DESPATC
"The Making of n (Irent Citn-
adian Railway" just, issued
Irom tin1 press of a firm of London publishers. It is written by
Frederick A. Talbot, who is
also the author of "Thn New
Garden of Canada." This new
volume has a peculiar interest
and deserves more than passing
mention, a.s ir is a complete
history of the genesis and birth
of the project and the construction of the Grand Trunk
Pacific, Canada's national highway. Beginning with tho problems of transportation for the
new norlh of Canada, it tells
the story of how Mr. Charles
M. Hays "has changed the ma|
of Canada as one of
facinating romances <
times." A perusa
covering some 350 pi
justifies this est im
author.
After a recital ol" Ilic problem
of financing the gigantic enterprise—which we tako as authentic—the author deals with  the
engineering problchis respecting
both (he surveying of th
and   the    construction
roai
now
A report that lhe government,
has ordered the cessation of
work on the National Transcontinental Railway from Winnipeg to Moncton has been denied here. Ti.u report stated
that the government intended
! to hold an investigation regarding the expenditure anil
construction and that all work
is to be held up as the result of
the order.
Thc truth is that the commissioners have ordered the western contractors to stop work,
more especially on the Western
section, but the order was nol
made by the government,.
Russel Walker and his brother i^-*-21C2t_---:--C-K-__:___:^_____-:_t-:2_-:tt_S_e___.°:^_t__i
I who luve been so ably repres- \'*\
ent ing the Nortii Coast Land '4
Company here for the .past two '4
seasons, left for the south by *'
canoe on Wednesday. The Duke
of Sutherland recently present
ed Knssell Walker with a beautiful watch in token of his recognition of Mr. Walker's well
planned arrangements for the
accomodation of his party herejj
on their recent visit
Close & 3Br©WF!
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I Lam
issued
il of l!
it>
ie most
modern
■ work,
amply
bv the
last ructions havo be
to Constable Burr of Ashcroit,
lo take immediate measures to
lead to the speedy terminal ion
of the epidemic of law defiance
there, largely the result of illicit
Iraflieking in liquor among tli'
Indians of the Clinton and the
Chilcoten districts.
It will be remembered that
after the murder of Edward
White occurred, the suspected
Indian Movie succeeded in
breaking jail and is still at liberty, lt is regarded as significant that Ah Wye, the China-
the Crown's prin-
 J against     lloyie
ation for his work the author]was misteriously butchered a
travelled over every foot of the ' fortnight ago.
line, sometimes on construction j As the first step towards distrains, sometimes on pack oiplining the Indians, Constable
horses and sometimes on foot, I Mcmillan has been retired from
but covering     the whole vast
FINE
JOB WORK
AT
THE
HERALD
A choice variety, in-
ncluding all tl»' latest [designs,  can be
—m^_m-_m^_^_^_^_^mm seen by a visit to our
store.   We have specialized in'this line, and feel the assurance of pleasing you if lamps are the object of your quest
kwwwwwwws.s.cw-Kws;,«w^w^w^j_5,v;«-;.'«w|5v».;*)
route
         of llle
the lasl links of which |vroj man who was
under contract. In prepar-1cipal witness
extent of the surveys. The narrative makes no pretence at literary adornment of fact or ilm-
belishment of incident, though
by this it must not be understood that the literary features
of the work are faulty. The
straightforward story is one of
its chief charms     and
tho selection of the matter incorporated show:s thc discrimination of the qualified critic of
events. It has all the elements
of a lirst clnss frontier story-
exciting as these always are—
but its best value lies in the fact
flint it records the march of thc
subjugation of nal ure, of settlement and of civilization.
The physical character of the
country tLuough which the line
passes, thu quality of tj
Menu _—_—_—_—_—_———_—_—_
the service to be relieved by the
best man procurable. A selection is now under consideration.
There is a    new book called
HAMILTON & WHITE
PROPRIETORS
Second SI.
Rigs, Saddle and Pack Horses furnish
Draying of all kinds and excavating done
continually kept on hand.
Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed
on short notice.
Peed of all sorts
farm un-S     ReallEstate
Wanted
 ■">
GARDEN TRACTS
l or large
with term
tracts; must
1 reasonable.
.Acreage in sma
^^^^^^^^^      stand inspection   ^^^^^^^^^^^
Fire Insurance Agent for
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd.,   British-American Assurance
Co., and the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co.
FOURTH ST.  -  -  SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C,
DON'T   BUY   ON
We don't ask you to purchase South Fort George lots u
making a pencil mark on a townsite plan   You would
be safe in so doing, but if skeptical
COME TO
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
Investigate Our Proposition
and you will find a good live town   -Two banks, sawmill
pool hall, newspaper, two general stores, splendid
hotel, bakery, stationery store, mail-boat
landing, scores of buildings,
and crowds of  satisfied   buyers
WRITE FOR INFORMATION TO
172 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B C , or the resident agent
g. e. Mclaughlin
Fourth Avenue, Soulh Fort George
the natural resourc's, lhe geographical relation of the various
sections of the country, capable
of and inviting settlement, to
.he future lines of coinmercc; all
these receive the careful description necessary to lhe conveyance of adequate general information of Canada's Northern
latitudes.
In    summing  up the   author
says:
"By the time the government's years of grace, enabling
tho railway to create, its traffic , and to establish its footing
firmly on the ladder of prosperity, have expired, the system
should have a position of unassailable independency. If the
present suite of affairs is .maintained—there is every indication
that a setback in Canada's economic expansion is remote in
the extreme—and lhe country
along the new railroad continues to be settled a.s rapidly as
is the case today, then those
wdio have supported the enterprise will gain a rich reward.
The work has been prosecuted
with remarkable vigor and,
bearing in mind the innumerable and prolonged difficulties
that have had lo be
undoubtedly it ranks
the great nehievemem.s of mod
orn times. Certainly it is one of
tlie most stupendous undertakings that a young country of
loss than 7,000,000 people ever
attempted"
The book is illustrated—not
profusely, but sufficiently—with
photograveurs which sl
some of the most int
features of the route as well as
many of the problems of construction. Besides the interest
which lhe following of llie route
must have afforded the author,
the work is valuable to lhe
loader and a distinct favor hoi.
been conferred on those who desire a connected narrative of
this gigantic achievement from
its inception to its practical
completion.—Victoria  Colonist.
A press despatch from Vancouver, states that for the purpose of inaugerating a. big colonization project. tl.i. Duke of
Sutherland, who visited this
place some weeks ago accompanied by a distinguished party
of his fellow countrymen, to see
his tract, of 12,000 acres of land
near   White's    Landing  on the
wesl side of thi	
miles bolow here, intends to sell
Kill-acre farms on easy terms to
any of his Scottiish tenants wdio
may bo desirious of emigrating
to Canada, lt is expected that
the colony will be established
soil, j early in tho spring, and that its
LOST -A silver handled umbrella in South Fort George. Initials on handle "B. M. H." Finder
please notify this office.
J
4
LIQUOR ACT 1910.
NOTICE is^'hereby given that
on the first day of November next
application will be made to the
Superintendent of Provincial Po-:^
lice to sell liquor by retail in the;^
hotel known as the Hotel North,
WM. KENNEDY. Manncer.
Cor. Second and Hamilton Aves., SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
em situate at South Fort George! fl   BlirglarS    Walked
_______ t in the Province nt Krilisn I .nliim- ¥A\ °
Fraser twenty  0ja
Dated this 29th. day of October,
1910.
Nov.4.      ALBERT JOHNSON
Applicant.
I population will exceed one
thousand people. The land in
question is now being surveyed
and sub-divided.
The Duke of Sutherland also
has in view the acquisition of
larger tracts in the same district and will   not restrict set-
tleinenl llll'ieoil IO Ills own icn-
ants. Ifo intends to offer the
same liberal inducements to induce emigration from Scotland.
His agents are now examining
various land propositions which
were submitted to him during
his recent visit. Before leaving
Vancouver tho Duke expressed
the belief that ho would be the
means of sending 5,000 people
to British Columbia next year.
JIo has also acquired about, 50,-
000 acres of prairie lands along
the line of the Canadian Northern in Saskatchewan ami will
colonize them in the same manner.
These purchases by no means
represent all his purchases in
Western Canada. He owns farm
lands in the Okanagan valley
as well as real estate in Edmonton, Battleford, Lloydmin-
ister and Prince Albert.
A. P. ANDERSON
CABINET W0RK:£
and General Repairing. — =z
HAMILTON AVENUE
fA
away with a
number of our watches. We have,
however, a good selection left.
Time yourself here.
CASH PRISES:
For the best apples, potatoes,
wheat,  oats,  barley and rye
_______________      (frown in Central British Columbia along the line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway.
APPLES,
P0SAT0ES,
WHEAT,
OATS,
BARLEY.
RYE,
-one peck-
First prize $50.00.
One prize of $25.00
One prize of $25.00
One prize of $25.00
One prize ol $25.00
One prize of $25.00
Second prize   $25.00
Not more than one prize awarded to one person, We will pay
freight charges from Prince Rupert, Hazelton, Telkwa or Fort
George, to Vancouver, B. C. A letter signed by two witnesses
must accompany each consignment, giving legal description
of land on which samples were grown, and wherever possible
name'of variety should be given. In letters regarding apples,
state age of trees and when they commenced bearing,
l'riZ-H'will.b. awarded De-umber I5lh.lyll. C«intt«t_nt juilite-will b_ r-tiu.-ti'il to make the
award*.
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
General Offices: 619 to 624 Metropolitan Bldg., Vancouver, B.C.
London Office:    6 Old Jewry.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, ... 91.500,000.
TAKI-  i
couver,
npi-ly  f<
lowing
i.-   UIVUU  LAMD  IHUTRlCT.
District nl Carilmn.
..lice Unit Mace Garvey, ol Van-
11. C. oecupatiun joiner, intends to
ir permission to purchase tlie fol-
liescril.eiJ lands:
worotnencine at .. post planted about 5
nulls .vest ui the eastern boundary ol British Colum'fin .unl 2 miles south of thr Hed
Willow Kiver mid marked "M. G., S. W.
corner" theiue north 80 chnins; theme
cast 80 chains; theno: south 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains to the point of commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Septa. MACE GARVEY.
-.larch 25th., 1911. W.  II. Harrison. agt.
tr
overcome,
ns one of
An
BIIOW
orostiing
report of the Provincial
Thivist for the six months
ending December 31 st, l'JIO, hus
come to hand. It is mi interesting report, ns reports of suclj
matters go, and it marks the
'mil inl effort of the government
to gather from nil sources any
manuscripts or memoranda ol
authentic character treiidin_ to
throw light, upon tlic early history of British Columbia. The
newspapers, and concerns ur individuals who are in nny position io aid the archivist in h
resccarch for musty
telling of day:
ents
lack
to  II
poi
in ins
manuscripts
gone by and ov-
sinking   into oblivion for
of narration, are requested
ssist  in   lids commendable
undertaking,
FOHT OEOROE
PROPERTY
____'s________m___\
Farm Lands, Garden Tracts,
Timber Limits, Mineral Claims,
Town Lots
Having resided in the Fort
George district since the first
frame building was erected,
and knowing all lots on the
different townsites, I will undertake the sale of all property placed in my hands.
Edward Roberts
.tool Estate, Notary Public. ..wurancB Agent,
A ictlonwr ana valuator
Referent _\:  Thn Kimk of Viini-imvur and The
TiaJe.B Banl. of Can-da
hurt Oeorge.
A
TO GET IN ON THE GROUND
FLOOR BUY NOW.
Every ground floor has its limitations. After all its space is
occupied it's up to you to.climb the stairs.
Don't climb the stairs for profitable investment in real-
estate here. Get in before it is too late.
The G. T. P. have bought the Indian Reserve. Fort George will be
the big inland city of the road.
Come to me.   I'll help you buy.    Write for acreage
N. H. WESLEY
Real Estate Specialist Soutii Fort George
| 1836 |      Amis Emed Fifty Million Dollars      j  1910 j
me
Bank of British Nortii America
Your money Is saler in tlic llnnk than In your house or In your
pocket. It Ib not tied up. You can get it out at nny time without delay. NOTKS discounted. Local nnd Foreign limits bought
and sold.  COLLKCiTIONS made promptly.   Money Orders Issued.
Fort George Branch,      L. G. MacHaffie, Mgr.
-J
Tin..    No
crowded to
acity this   week,
indications it is liki
so tor many days,
parties    returning
wus
cup-
ill ■ ru    Hotel
thi' limit of it
mid from all
•ly to ri'iimin
The survey
tfrom their
summer's work together with
the arrivals on the steamer
Chilcotin filled the house to
overflowing, and some were unable to secure accomodation.
Mr. Johnson is already pln.'i-
ning additions to his house in
view of the hen.vy traffic that is
anticipated next Bpring,
Mr.
canoe
south,
months
the cares of J,i
und Mrs. Mcllnftic loft by
on     Wednesday   for tlie
Mcllaflie has four
11   of absence from
position as tin;
Mr
local manager of the Hank of
iritis.. North America. This
long leave is allowed the employees of the ii. N. A. afler
being ten years in the service.
Mr. Mellallic has been witb the
institution for fifteen years. He
will spend (|„. perioc| „||mvi,,|
on the sunny waters of th,. Med-
iteranean
W^ Nechaco
_¥ ifelr !{iV(.'water"
_____   v_>     frontage
— Within one
ftlA mile of sub-
i_fa _\W_  divisions
«*»*''      Apply to
N H WESLEY, Second street
_m__%____&2_*''
Occident
H
1
QUESNEL B
B.C. R
THE TRADERS BANK OF CANADA
Bead Office:
TORONTO, ONT.
Paying Out-of-Tov.ii Accounts
Small amounts can be sent safely and at small cost by using
Bank Money Orders. Any bank in Canada (Yukon excepted)
will cash them without charge, and they can lie cashed in leading American cities.   They are sold at the following rates:—
?l._n'! under
Ovor.il. lo «30
. (10
i till
Capital and Surpliu        '._--- »0,550,00»
II. C. SEAMAN, Manager. _
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
Most modern up-tu-date hotel in the interior of British
Columbia.
New four-storey building.   Accommodation for 120 guests
All outside rooms—large, well-lighted and ventilated.
Steam heated.
HATES $2.00 PER
)AY UP
______
THE BANK OF VANCOUVER
Head Office:
VANIOU VEIL II. C.
capital authorized
dire:
R. P. m.i...iiiiiii. Kh.|.. President: Mc*
Lommn. Mofc.ly _ Co., Whol.ialt
llnr.lwnrp.  Vancouver.  II.C.
M. II. ('..Ill,IN, Esq., Vice-rrraldonl,
Cii|.it;ili«t. Victoria, II.C.
Ills HiiMill T. W. HATBRSON, l.lcu-
trawit Uovornor Ilrilish I'uliimlilu.
I.. IV. SlIATI'llllll. Km., M.I.A., Mor-
Chant,   llrillry,   B.C.
W. 11. MALKIN, Bin., Tim W. II. Malkin Co., I.ul., WholcMilu Urar.'r«,
Vnncouver,  H.C.
(il-NKKAI. IIANKINC, I
»a,ooo.oiMi
0 T o ll s :
Robert Kennedy,
stcr.
J.  A. MITCHELL,
Vl.tolin.  ll. 0.
K   ll. HEAPS,  Kk'i
Co.,   I.'il r   nml
I'liliiinlih   TrilKt   Co.
v.r.   II.  C.
J.   A.   IIARVKV,   .'.si|.
ol Cranbrook, Ii.c.
A. I.. DEWAR, (
is N.:ss TRANSACTED
New WoBtmln-
Iv...,   Onpitallit.
E. II
iiuin iri
Hcapi
|'r™l.ln
Vanmi
Fort George Branch; F.'N. DEW All, Manager. J
Weekly and monthly rates on application
Wire for rooms Wire for rooms
KUSSELL PEDEN
The
E. L. KEPNER, Proprietor
Hill Miner, tho notorious bud
mun, has broken out of the
coop somewhere dawn in the
States. Bill should hend for
Vnncouver nnd npply to George
lor a job, he lins nil the necessary qualifications to make him
a successful wild-eat townsite
promoter.
,       ,       ■   and   will   treat
burning   snnds  0f
shores of sunnt
limes of Baroal
row   fetid
said.    Mr. nnd   Mrs.
will return by way of
visiting London nml 0
of the old world.
_____     ■
t'nypt,   the
It., the oobblod
"nu nnd (lie nur-
ighwnys    of Port
MoHaffle
Kiiglund,
her cities
Fort George Brick Co.
We arc now prepared
to accept orders for
brick and lime. Also
to job by contract.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Jorgenscn& Knox
Proprietors
Laselle ave,, South Fort George
t " ■ ' ■ I ■      .,.,,___— ■ ■ t
Back numbers of THE HERALD
dwelling upon the townsite situa-
ion, 5-cents per copy. Files, $2.50.
Mrs. Geo. K. McLaughlin un-
nounous that she will be nt
home on the second nnd fourth
wodnosdays of tho month.
HOUSE T() HI-NT, _ rooms,
until March 1st., next. $10. per
month—Apply UiIb oflice.
SEND THE HERALD HOME.
i_^__j_i____i'Ji_
V,
W. F. COOKE    l*
I
8
GENERAL MERCHANTS
and manufacturers of all kinds
of rough and dressed
LUMBER
P. G. n. BODEKER
Land Timhek Cruiser
Prc-emptiomi LoCdtod.
SOUTII FORT GEORGE, B. C.
E_"ima._0 StiuMirr-o,
gore & McGregor,
B. C, LAND SURVEYORS
Victoria and
Fort Georce, B. C.
We are consistent in our
prices and the stock is
new in our big Second St.
Store
Our lumber is dry and
must be used lo make
building resist the fvost
of winter
Store, Oflice and Lumber Yard, South Fort George
_Jf.J_S.S.KS!!l!a.!BWS!»ss;j([Sij|r,W;y,jBj|!!(i!i!y,f.

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