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 The element of doubt that
has existed around this place
has dissapeared.
FORT GEORGE HERALD
 i ii    *   1|	
Don't put off yojlr Fort
George trip. )Tou rntcv get left.
The b_st Hme j»-.ravel is now.
VOLUME 1,   NO. 56
SOUTH   FORT   GEORGE,   B.C.,   S E P T E M B E R 16,   1911
$3 DOLLARS PER ANNUM
THIS is our first attempt at illustrating
The Herald, but not the Inst, for our
aim is to supply information to the outside
world relative ho the great country ot which
South Fort George is the centre, and to
this end illustrations help materially, by
conveying an idea of the stages of development through which this northern metropolis is passing. The group of illustrations
reproduced on this page show some of the
buildings and points in tho townsite of
South Fort George, in the spring of the
present'year. Since that time muny new ami
larger buildings have been erected and the
growth of the town has gone forward with
rapid strides.
South Fort George has licen |.uilt up,
principally, by the pioneers of the distriet.
Many of them are men who enme into the
country with the preliminary survey parties
of the G. T. P. These mon chose the location
us the natural point to settle on pending
the arrival of the G. T. P. steel and establishment of the railroad company's town-
site. The Northern Development Company,
who promoted and sold the South Fort
George townsite were never in the philanthropist class, neither were they fired with
the ambition to upbuild thc town by the
expenditure of any reasonable proportion
of their receipts, guined from the sale thereof, in developing the proposition. The upbuilding has been done by the public. It has
gone far in advance of the'■ expectations of
the people who invested, after they noted
the methods of the economic townsite company, who ure tickled-to-death at the success of their venture, und take all the credit
tb_refor. However, whether the Soutii Fort
(Jeorge townsite has been poorly promoted
or not, its development has assumed proportions tlmt make it the focal point of
commerce and industry for the whole Fort
George district. This state of commercial
supremacy should remain uninterupted by
opposition sites, with any logical claims
upon the public's indulgence, until such time
as the G. T. P. townsite the Indian Reserve
here which they purchased recently for a
large sum. After the establishment of the
genuine Fort (Jeorge townsite on the Indian
Keserve, Soutli Fort George will form the
most valuable addition property, as it will
be a continuation of that portion of the
Indian Reserve which will Ixi developed
first by the investing public. Any person
will reasonably acknowledge that the most
valuable property on the Indian Reserve is
the land in closest pruximity _'.» the Fraser
River waterfront, and that the property
depreciates in value for business locations,
as it receded therefrom. People who are intending investing in property here, with the
ideu of putting up any sort of a business
house thereon should come here and investigate personally. The townsite company are
practically sold out of business locations,
nnd can offer nothing but listings. On the
ground here one may buy from owners. Business1 locutions may be offered by other town-
site concerns, notably, perhaps, some of
those in th. Nechaco River background, but
these sites arc far removed from -lie centre
of industry and depend for their development upon the wire-pulling, antl cash expenditure of tlteir owners.
The chief advantage of the South Fort
George townsite over all other sites is found
in the fact that every foot of the waterfront
affords natural wharfage. During construction, and beginning next spring when the G.
T. P. steel has reached Tete Jaune Cache,
the steamboats plying on tUe upper Fraser
l{iver will load and unloud cargoes at
Soutii Fort George. The pluce, und the district, afford many opportunities for profitable investment, and the only clean advocation from the standpoint of a newspaper
that is trying to infonn the public of the
uctual actual status of affairs, is personal
investigation of townsite. property before
investment, if such property is situated in
sections at any distance removed from the
natural points of development.
THE election returns will be received here
on Thursday night over the wire. They
will be read I from the stage of the Fort
George Theatre after the show, which has
been postponed for the purpose.
c
ONTRACTOR J. CAREY, representing
Sioms Carey _. Co., and H. Houser, of
the firm of Grant Smith and Co., contracting firms of St Paul, Minn., arrived here
from Tete Jaune Cache this week huving
made the trip down the river in a canoe
in six days, which we believe to be record
time. The contractors are looking over a
hundred mile section of the Foley Welch &
Stewart contract, which has just been let,
between Tete .Jaune Cache and Aldermere.
The section which they are undertaking to
build is the first -hundred miles out of
Tete Jaune Cache, on the Fraser River.
They will probably build steamboats to run
Iietween the Cuiche and the end of their contract. Both gentlemen are very much surprised at the development of South Fort
George and they state that this should be
the busiest spot on the route during construction. Their firms are at present engaged
on work for the Canadian Northern near
Lytton, and ure ulso contracting on railway work on Vancouver Island. They left
for the south on tike steamer B. X. last
Friday.
IT will be interesting to note
what the Winnipeg Post
will have to say about all the
Fort Georges, based upon the
material acquired by their staff
correspondence last week.
THE Government Inspector
of weights etc., paid
a visit to this place during the
past week. This is the first time
in history that the government
has taken such energetic steps
to see that the people of South
Fort George got a square deal.
ONE of George Hammond'
right-hand-men, R. K. Lindsay by name, was in town last
week on a diplomatic mission
for the "interests". Ken was
"■ there" with an armful of olive
branches and a cage of doves,
as usual, but his line of liquid
eloquence evaporated before the
heat of our arguments so we
talked of other things. R. K.
is distinctly a success as a promoter, but a failure as a peaco
envoy for a shady cause.
NEXT Thursday is election
day. In South Fort George
the poll will be held in M. C.
Wiggins office, opposite TJi_
Herald office. Polling starts at
9 o'clock a. m. The candidates
are Martin Burrell, our present
Conservative member, and Dr.
McDonald, of Vernon. Mr. Burrell is a market gardner, and
Mr. McDonald is .an Inspector
of Indian Agencies, and Dentist.
Martin Burrell is against reciprocity, because, so say his
enemies, with protection California can sell apples cheaper in
B. C. than he can grow them,
and does. Dr. McDonald is for
reciprocity, which effects the
importation of artificial teeth,
we understand, in some small
dogreo. Martin Burrell, however
is making a hit as a politician
all over Canada. He is a clever
speaker \and a live wire, and if
fie would ball Mr. Pugsley out
for not blowing out the boat
wrecking boulders on the Fraser
River between here and tlw
Cache we would love hi»n like a
brother.
THE distinguish English visitors who
arrived here on tlie steamer "B. X." on
Thursday appear delighted with thc country
through which thoy have journeyed. His
Grace the Duke of Sutherland, K. 0., on
whose yacht the party came to Canada, has
purchased some 2000 acres of land from the
North Coast Land Company, which is situated near White's landing, about fifty miles
downstream from heroon tho east side of
tho FraBor Rivor. His Grace is carrying out
a philanthropic colonization scheme which
involves thc setttoment of his lands, when
previously improved to a certain degree, by
Scotch settlers with some capital, of the
type to advance the best interests of the new
country to which they are assisted by his
preliminary work. Thc Duke of Sutherland
is a man whoso namo iB associated all over
the world with enormous undertakings for
the betterment of those of his countrymen
who huve not been favored in their battle
for existnnce in the congested centres of tho
old world. To those people he sends the aid
of his wealth, and institutes such enterprises
us we see him undertaking nt White's landing, on the upper Fraser Riv.er, in British
Columbia. The titled gentlemen whom tho
town of South Fort Goorgo welcomes with
her best wishes, are very quiet, very human
beings. Watching them disembark from tho
DOBERT RENWICK, Deputy Commis-
"sioner of Lands, was a visitor here this
week. Mr. Renwick ia having a holiday, the
first, lie informs us, in the last ten years.
He is probably the hardest worked man in
the provincial government service, and is
the individuc/ who bears the brunt of administering the versatile British Columbian
"Land Act." Robert Renwick is a one-time
printerman. He was in
Nelson in tho old days,
with John Houston, W.
J. Mackay, of this paper,
and other well known old-timers in the B.
C. newspaper world. As Deputy minister of
Lands, British Columbia is fortunate in possessing a man of his splendid executive ability. Administering the detail of this province's "Land Act" is a knotty problem,
owing to the enormous areas of land that
have come into the area desired for settlement, with the advent of proposed development by railroads. The Lands Department
have recently issued maps showing to some
extent the available areas for the pre-ampt-
or. This is'a step in the right direction. Mr.
Renwick is a man who will give the public
a sqjiare deal if the true facts of a case coime
before him. Speaking of thc situation here
Mr. Renwick said that he had seldom seen
a better natural townsite than tlie Indian
Reserve here.
THE rag-time writer on the Saturday
* Sunset announced with gusto tho fact
that he is about to become editor-in-chief of
a brand new Liberal daily paper in Vancouver. He says that he will continue to run
his weekly promoter's utility organ, replete
as before, with sunset-glows, sundogs, and
sons of every imaginable kind. The Saturday Sunset is a miserable burlesque on
Toronto Saturday Night, the paper on
which "Bruce" got his start as!a cub reporter. He is an unscrupulous journalistic
hold-up thug who runs bis pic ture paper
in aid of rotten promotions th at need the
bolstering | of journalistic cattle of his ilk.
The Saturday Sunset and its blackmailing
columns.are treated as a joke by the reading public, but the man who pushes the
sljmey pen1 for'its front page material is less
of a joke than a blacguard.
A CCORDING to Mr. C. G. D.
"Durnford there is a fair
chance of the mineral discoveries near this place, turning out
very well. Apparently, or aa tha
formation indicates, some hundreds of years ago when British Colombia was torn into
valleys and heaved up ,into
mountains by some great convulsion of nature the hill which
prospecting shows to be highly
mineralized, and to which we
refer, was heaved up out of the
bowels of the earth, plentiously
bespeckled with the standard of
currency on the surface. Whether the values, as shown by the
surface assays continue in the
depths of the rock remains to
be seen. There is no question,
amongst authorities, that the
rock i_ not in place. It is just
a mountain of rock which, on
the surface assays well. It is
not in conformity with any of
the usual formations, or in correct position, according to the
theory of formation, owing to
it juxtaposition to the neighboring strata.
A RICH strike of gold and
silver ore has been reparted
from the Chilcotin country to
the south west of here, and we
gather from tlio news wired to
the coast press from Ashcroft
on the discovery, that the properties promise great things. It
is well Renown that the Cariboo
District is heavily mineralized,
hut prospectors, in the past,
have turned their researches, in
most instances, to the creeks
for alluvial gold.
THE Horald predicts that
Miurtin Burrell will be returned next Thursday with a
majority of over 1200. There
appears to be a very slitn
chance for the Conservatives to
to overthrow   the government.
steamer hero wo noted shades of dissapoint-
ment on the faces of those who saw them
come down the gangway. There was no ostentatious sign of their Importune in the
world of distinguished men from which they
enme. No show of uttendunt retinue, simply
u party of English gentlemen, whose names'
nre household words all over the British
Empire, coming ashore to look at out town.
Thc Herald was honored by n visit from the
party. There wus Lord Charles Beresford,
the man who cominniided 11. M. S. Condor
in the bombardment of Alexandria; who
rescued Sir Charles Wilson's party in
Safin nnd was commended for his gallantry
in both Houses of Parliament. A man who
had received three medals for saving live ut
sea under trying circumstances, und wlwiso
voice is u power for England's navul sit-
promnoy in the House of Lords and the
Commons. Lord Dosborough, K. C. V. 0.,
Captain llutton, Mr. A. Simpson, Mr.
Chandler S. Edwards, President of the
Nortii Coast [.and Company, Mr. G.
Cowan, who is well known here from forpier
visits, und Mr. Murray, manager of the
Canadian Bank of Commerce in Vancouver,
were ulso members of tltn party.
NOW thut the Attorney-General hns come
buck to rule thei Department of Justice
ngnin perhaps South   Fort George will bo
granted some consideration from him. For
months past we have given various conclusive arguments upon the (necessity of
having a jail built here. Tho policeman has
no place to house a prisoner, and further,
no place to lay his weary head himself, unless he lives at an hotel;! which is bad policy
for a policeman, lt is hoped Mr. Bowsor
will take the -leeessury steps to erect a lockup and constabls quarters here without any
more unnecessary delay.
WF, are in receipt ofi a communication
from a big firm of electrical engineers
who wish to install a 2000 light plant here
on any reasonable proposition frojn the
town of South Fort George. The said town
is inhabited by x. progressive and enterprising people. They are willing -,to make any
reasonable concessions within their power
to th. linn that would Supply us with the
safest, best, and most convenient means of
illumination ever invented by the fertile
brain of inventive genius. Thc citizens are
willing to make a proposition to 'the lighting firm, and will, but owing to the fact
that we are not an incorporated city it is
impossible to give any sort of a franchise.
It is high time that the Board of Trade got
busy on the question of incorporation. Wo
find tho need of home-rule ut every turn,
ami the moro active growth of our city is
being held buck by the fuct that as a town
we are unable to make any sort of business
proposition to concerns thut would aid our
growth and development by thei exploitation of their capital.
WE receive, from time to time, letters
of suggestion    regarding matters for
the benefit of The Herald's publicity service,
from our rentiers. Some of these come from
sources   thnt    smack of    "the   interests"
who see .n   this pu|ier a   menace to their
rotten operations. These we hurry on their
ready route to the W. P. B. Some, from
readers who recognise the benefit of our publicity, we aro glad to receive nnd to curry
into effect. Tho following, from a gentleman
in Omfcha, is a letter we intend to act upon,
with the assistance of our renders:
"The Editor,
"Fort Goorgo Herald.
"Sir: 1 have been a careful and consist-
ant reatler   of your    paper since tl_a
start und for a long time prior thereto the Cariboo    Obsorvor,    published
by you.   In my  capacity of  a "con-
sis.nnt render" I wnnt to tnke the liberty of mnking   u   suggestion. There
aro thousands of investors in Central
British Columbiu lands who want to
bo kept in touch with tho progress of
the country. Thoy want to know ab-
i out the climate, the crops, the development, the building of roads, railroads and telephone lines and the
coming of now industries. In short
they would like to know all of the
gossip there is which concerns itself
with the future of their investment. I
btelieve that it would be n very pro*
ductivo proposition if you would set
aside a department in your paper each
week where you could collect all this
information and urge all your readers
to send in any items coming under
observation. Do not overlook the,fact
that matters which are thoroughly
understood by you and your readers
in tlie vicinity, may be news of the
most entortaining and instructive to
us who are thousands of miles away.
If you would give tiiat department an
...appropriate heading, indicating that
it was intended solely for those at a
distance und urge yourl renders to send
in their cominun.cutions for this column, I bolievo you would find a flattering incroase in your subscription
list. Trusting that the suggestion will
meet with your approval, I remain."
We are going to act upon this suggestion
and would ask tho assistance of our readers in doing so. 0f| this'more anon. ■l
IU!'''
I
• un     OI.IIALU
SEPTEMBER 10
1911
I Close & Brown
South Fort George, B. C,
GENERAL
MERCHANTS
ireee- Company. Lot Mi7 is is ulso located on this land. It  river frontage is of litll
ownership. It wus is considered possible   that the  mercial   value    owine
if doubtful
.'  l"   ,- •   . ............    ..-.,,,,.  ,i  W!lH  is consic.-rcil pussiiiii-    that the  mercial   value,    o\.in_r    mus
,nty Company, of Vancouver, staked m the name of Harbour Hudson's   Hav Company   will height above the river,
rhe only buildings on any of Engineer Bacon of tl* G. T. P. subdivide their    land together     Lot   I42fi is   owned   by the
i. today, li
iU kind pub- their Bites are located on sub- at Prince Rupert, and is called with tie railway company. Lot Walch Land Company, of'Win
„. locution of division 938, which is, together railroad property   on the nd- 932 is the property of the Fort nipeg, and is a good property
ids on Indian with 937, the land registered by vertising map., of the resource- (Jeorge Land Company. It has fur    residential    purposes. I  '
,,.,   sold this them    unde.   tin-nam.-    Fort ful resource concern. It is not been subdivided but temporal- 913 is owned by J. M; Wiley,
townsite pur George.  Here the townsite com- yet subdivided.   All the above ily withdrawn from sale. Lots Winnipeg. Plans are now bein
the Km f- ii-iiiy have built a largo hotel, subdivisions  aro   a   long way 933 und 93. arc the-townsitea prepared    for its sub-tiivision
.".   -     i,,.„i: ind a   number ol other build- from the  present centre in tl» of South Fort George, the busi- Lot 926 is owned bj  A. Dind
i; ;.-,. ...  i om ings.     Hie other subdivisions, .«»-m-   ol townsite development jness, industrial and residential say, of Winnipeg,    and is Bub
is
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.:
We are specializing on ladies' waists this week from ^
a stock that has no two patterns alike. "   ►]
It is n pleasure to have us show them to you.
i Ladies' Waists—
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'j It is a pleasure to have us show them to you. ':
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'IlKODAKSl
n SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS 7*
4
Just Drop In and Let Us Show You.        r>
Remember we pay special attention to kj
mail orders. W
4 JOHN A. FRASER „
A Front Street, QUESNEL, E. C. tt
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
COMPANY
Send for m folder
Send for a foltler
OPERA T I N c;
Stages
Autos     Steamboats
From Ashcroft to Fort George, and all points in
the northern interior of British Columbia, carrying
the Royal Mail passengers and fast freight.
The Palatial Steamer B.X. Awaits the Arrival of the Company's Stages
Freight -r,nsinii-ii!ti.Mi..m.i-ni s..i_      Head liffipp'" X_hrmft 'H r
..wi. will be promptly f_nr_rd.il. -Wau.uui.e, __*M.f.ro_I, n.l..
)'„,ii,.-,.;: B.0             Victoria, nr.
F. P. H'.i.I.-ii. .Mi-r.           P.C. Green, Mitr.
N.'1-..n. ll.r.. A. II. Green. M.r.
Green Bros., Burden & Co.
tin! E-pnefrs. Iloaiiiitun _ 11 C. bud Suneywi
Survey, of Unda, Mine-, Town-lie-, Timber
Limits. Kl.-.
Won Kee
WASHING AND
IRONING   -   -
Fresh Bread      Quesnel, B.C.
puny. 'I!/• plan was executed by
iln- firm of Gore & McGregor,
iln- well known provincial land
Hurveyorn who Lave been ran.',
in,- mi survey work in thi.- sect
ion for many years past,
The Iota initialed N. R. S. Co.
lying in the went and soutli of
the Indian Reserve are the various townsites owned, or being
Lots numbered 937, 1429 and j here, and very little develop-
777 are at this tijrne entirely un- ment work will be done on any
'^.•lop,-d e..eep. f,,r „ [,,- ,IV-, of them, unless undertaken, as
enues cut through the jack-pino at the present time on Lot 938,
ami two roughly graded Btreets. > by tin- ovynerp
Lots 2608 and 2607 are known "Lot. 17 is
as tin; llodgkins addition. This son's Bay Company and their
add, ion ,s owned by a number post,   fov.nded over 100 years
b int tokfhv'fH  t? "!"iZ «°' sta,',l» "'" il' Th,! J'r"vint'-
in ing sold  By tin- .Natural  Re
centre of the total area subdivided at this time. Tlw whole
of the waterfront on this town-
site forms a natural dock,
owing to the fact that, the site-
owned by the Hud- is on a series of nuturul terraces
the lowest     of which    is ubout
Government   Agent's office
PUBLISHED BY THE
NORTHERN INTERIOR PRINTING CO.
D    '.'.-.  .    '     phi vol -, •
Devoted   to   the  Interests   „t   Kurt
Oeorge and the entire Northern Interior.
J. II   DANIELL, Editor,
iturday .September 16,1911
PEACK RIVliR LAND DISTHICT
Diltrict of Carihoo.
take
All kinds of
Brick and
Cement
^DWii*l_r 1''11V i|,acos a
»T VA 1%, specialty.
All work guaranteed.
A. LEMKE
Brickmason and Contractor
divided for residential property,
.ots 1431,93. and 1432 are held
under reserve by tihe provincial
government. The large .island
ut the junction of tlie two rivers
is owned by Messrs Williams &
Murdoff,    of   Vaneouver,    who
ten feet abovo higl» water murk. | will probably sub-divide.
On all the other sites, especially I      The sub-divided area today
those on the Nechaco River, the  aggregates about 2001) ucres;
Watch   "sis.
Repairing
C. If. DAVIE
Sinil article- by muil lu l-'i.n Oeonto. II.C,
Bronger & flynn
GUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Plans and blue prints made
Estimates submitted
All kinds of work promptly
executed
OFFICE
NO. 7 SECOND STREET
South Fort Geori
eorge        j
Hit
Umi,  I,  Maliel  r..___„,„,
Viii'.n,i, ll. c, occupation u
lo apply tor iiermlulon
PB!iCE RIVER l.ANI) DISTKICT.
Disirici i.i Cariboo,
lurrn-il.
T-.f.'li
nig ilcscrj,,c.J
iiu-   nl   II   1)01
I  miles
purcli
|    mi -t: notice tlmt I, Charles Cameron
minli.   ol V- ctorla, II. C, occupalion geiftleman
"'":" .' l»i'-i uls in apply tor permiaalon
i  1'i.si  .....iiivi i itiilu ■ ue   the [ollowing dcscni.rd lands..
west   ..I  li, .S„iill|.t„„| south ami  ,1 miles wesl „l tlic S.mll st
marked JI      '    .   a- '"'"""'"""   Kewve, corner nl  the II.  C.  Governmenl  Hrserir.
So' chain,   ti',, '"t",r; "'""■■ """lh "" ^l"■,l ('   c-'" "■ "■'■ corner; thence si.ntli
nor.-to .__£_-____  "" ,''!_"''.  J*"** *°   ''"'""'  ''"""' -"■ H" cl,""l»l  """"
'"   menu  wcsl Do chains   I.,   ie ,rll,   8n clinlm    Uieme  weal   80 ilmiiis to
iiiiniiiienicni, c„iit_jniiitt n„  j 0|nt   „|     commencemi
pnlnl
acres,
J.."', HM-O, e.\.Mi-;i(i»N.
M..rili Jial   |nii
tint   ..I     commencement,  containing 0411
.urea.
I Jy -1. CHA-J.ES CAMERON.
Match .vuli . 1911.
KIVER  LAND Illr.7J.ri T
PEACE RIVER UND DISTRICT
'—•I "I Cariboo,
nl
Harril, ol
contrnctol
1 t- punh .
TAKK  nol
Mcfceod,  Alt.
ie ili-it I, Artlnir .lone*.  „|
llie lollo'
1'i.iiiim-
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTKICT.
Distrm of Cariboo.
TAKE  nolice that  I, (.'Imrlej MacOIII.
- vrny, of Picton, Ontiirin   occupation uent-
lemiin, Intenda lo iipiily lur parmiaa'on to
purchaae itu- lollowing deacrlbed lamli
1 mmencing at ■ poll planted 1 miles
■ nn, and ; Inilei u.si ol the South catl
d i..r 1,1 the D c Covernmenl Reacrve,
mal ed I    II   s „   1-,   coruori tliencc louth
■•■ 1 111    iiii-n-i   weal  So chaina;  thence
1", Bo chalua thence seat 80 chaina to
■ nl    .1    i-,iiiii,.ii.iiiiiui,  i.iiit.iiiniig   640
ly ■' I IIAIII.KS IIAKKIS.
I'l-.AI I-. KIVI-.K  LAM) DISTRICT.        j
TAKli nolico 1l1.1t 1, William Jnnei, ..I
iViiiiiipcg, Munlloba, occupalion Iravellw,
Intende lo npply f0( pcrinlMiaii t„ iinnJi
im llie lull..un,,. deacrlbed landa:
1  IUH' '   -'I   -i   l"isl    |il ml   .   miles
s.nili nml ? miles weat ..I the Suiitheaat
-1"-' "i the H   i    Onvei mil  Rcaerve
I""1,"1 «    I ' N   »   cruel   llience noutli
'"' ''"■•■   ihiuio eaal  80 chaina;  thence
"   '"' ™» ■«   ' <'• weal "., .hams ,„
I"','.'. ' ""I""1"""1,  ""ll 1:   l.,|i.
!\1-' Mil,I,I.WI JONES.
March jut, ign,
PEACE RIVER I.ASii DISTRICT
llisimt ,.1 : ^,-.|	
TAKI', notice  thai   I,  Mary   M„„l„ll, „|
...i,.|-.r.  .M.,,,11,,1,,,,   occupation „mrr.ed,
inlonila  to apply  lot  perm aa on  In niir.li-
..»,- lhe lollowing deacrlbed I ,:■    '
. '■"""i"'"'  al  ..  iii.m   planted  1  mn,
!"""'  I / '"ll"- weal .,1 il„- s„iii|i eiial
cornel 1.1 iln- 11 t- _lovcriim.nl Rcaerve
marked M, M', s. I-;. crncri tlienco np'rill
in ili-inis,   ili,-„.„  weal   no chaln.i  ihcnce
"'iiilli i»i .Iiuhm;  Ihenee enat Bo cl la l„
' ' "'   commencement,    containing  6,|«
Jy "■ MARV MVUDOFF.
March null., ,1,11.
upallon gentleman,   ,„
I'liiv li.r permiasiou t„ iinrj,,,,,.
i'i: deaenhed landa:-
,h  ,"',"""'' ".'  " ""'l  iilimieil  1   mile
mer'ol tli.n  r*n' "' ll" s"°''' '•■«  """"l ,""1 S "mllea west of'the South-eaat
i.rleil A    I '. k   i- l'""'r"""'"1   »i*rve,   corner nf  llie II.  C.  (lover cnl Rcaerve,
'•• mrner; tle-.tr . Kmt, marked C. M.'s N. K. torner; theuce south
thenn-   80  chaina!   llience   west  Hn  cliains;   tiience
Ciiminciuiiii.
00 ili.ims.   ||IMllf   „,,„   Blp    .
north «„ ,|,.,M. tll
polnl  nl   cnmnienci
PKACK KIVKK l.ANI) DISTKICT.
Districl  >.l Cnrihuu.
TAKK nnliee that Odilnu Uoglle, nf Van.
couver, II. C, occupation laborer, intenils
lo iipiily Inr permlaalon to purchaae the
following deacribed lands:
Commencing ut .1 i».si planted about 6
miles west ..I the eastern boundary of llrit-
isli Columbia ami   \ mile imvllt ot the Red
Will.-w Kiier and marked ">). 11., S. IC.
enmer" llience nurtli 80 chains; tlicnce
west   8     clinins;   tlicnce   smith   Hn   clinins;
ttience cast Hn cliains to the point "t commencement containing 640 acres tnnre nr
leas.
,Se|it.9. ODILDN HOCUE.
Micrch 2hlli.,   1911. W.  II.  Harris,,11, Bgt.
t 80   ,|„,
ins ti
cont/afhliig 64.1 point
I nnrth   Hn   clinins;   llielue eaat 80 cliains  to
■Matili Jlat. 1911
ARTHUR .IO.v.hs.
I acres
l'KACK RIVKK |,AND >l!S?KI. T
1 Diatrlct of Carrhoo   *
TAKK notice that I, Cl.i,,_-_  _
3XJm?_._&K$&
:::;t':Jlu,;1^^•?•''!"s-;^-
marked C  VV's N  u-   "v'r""""t ««»"•,.
80  In.   tie,«.":.•£•«' ',»«»"«	
"i     cuiumeiict'iiiciit,    COHtftlllitlg  640
Jy.22. CIIARI.KS MiiK.UJA'I-AV.
M11 nii 3otli., fin.
PEACE HiVKK r.AKI) DJ&nilCT,
Diltrict oi Curit«»o.
TAKK  notice  thai   Jessie Helta   Kerr, of
Vancouver, ti. C, occupation spinster, iit-
U'nils to apply tor jwrinissi".. to purcliaao
lhe following descritict] iandi:
Commencing at a nost planted about 1
mile west of the eastern bbtindary "f British Columbia ami -i miles soutli ot the Red
Willow River ami marked "•'■ '*- K-. N,
Vi, corner" thence sunlit Ho elmins, lln-iicc
enst 80 chains; thence north Ho chalnsi
thence west 80 chains to il* point of
"Commencement, contabiiug 6,10 acrea more
■or less.
«ei,t.9. JKS8IK l.Ehh.\ KERR,
Mulch JJn.l., 1911, Vi, H. Harrison, ajft.
PEACE RIVER l.ANI) DlHTBJCT
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice that  I, Adallne MacGillvray,    of   Picton,     Ontario,    ocenpntion
married,   intends  to  n|j|»Iy for  permission
tu purchase tlic- followjng described lands:
.smith  and   I   mile  west ol  tlie  South east
Commencing at a nost planted 1 mile
comer ol the ti. C. Government Reserve,
marked A. M.-'s N. R. corner; thence soutli
80 chains; tiience west 8.1 chains: thence
north 50 chains; thence east Ho chains to
point of    coiiimciiccniciit,    containing 640
lv.22.
March 30th.
ADAUNK  MaiGIU.VRAV.
19U,
PKACK RIVKK UAND lUKWUCT,
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKK   notice   that   I,   Otorirfl   laisee,
Picton, Ontario, occupation  Clerk,  intends    Vancouver,  I).  C
to   apply   for   permission   In   purchase   lhe
following described  luiuts:-
Coi.itiu-iieiiM/   at   a   posl   -ilanted   l   mile jj     Commencinf;  at   a  post   planted   about   l j "cnmmen
south and s miles west of the South-east JI mile west ol the eastern b|niii.birv "f BrfU l^S1 mid 7 mile
PKACK RIVKR UND Uwilllti.
District of Curiboo.
TAKK  notice thai    Margorel   Jack,   ol
iccuputlon Spinsii-r,  in-
tends to apply lor iwrmlss'oii to purchase
I ..be lollowini' described lands
PKACK HIVKR LAX!) DISTRICT.
Districl of Cariboo.
TAKK nolice that   I,  John MucGitl. r.ijr,
of Picton, Ontario, occupation gentleman,
intends to apply for permissinn t<. purcli
ase the following descri Ind lands:
Commencing at a post  nlanted  i  mile
south and 7 miles west of the SoUtll east
comer of the II. C. Governmenl Reserve^
marked J. M.'s S. W. corner; thence north
80 chains; tbence east 80 chuins;: thence
south 80 chains;  thonce wesl 88 chains to
point   of    commencement,  containing  640
neres.
Jv.22- JOHN  MacC.IU.VKAY.
March ,v>ih.,  i'.n.
THE
CLUB POOL ROOM
THIRD AND   HAMILTON  STS.
LOYAL & DAVIS,  Props,
Smokers' supplies
a specialty
Four pool tallies
Splendid environments
McGaghran
Thorne
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS
AND MAKERS OF FINE ICES
Fourth St., Soulh Fort George
CH.ARS AND TOBACCOS
in.1.11.1 tiS- *" cll"i""1 lk'"M
""I'll   «i.   ..,.„„»;   ,„,,„_, ^
5,    ' """""""'>wni,   co-._ln.-i
'£li 301., J**»WC_| «AV.
corner of Llie IJ. C, Covernmenl Keserve,.
marked (',. !,.'« S. \V. comer; theme nortli '\
8d vbains; Iheuce east 8u chains; theme |
soiitli 80 cbiiinN;  thelice  went 80 cnuins tO'U
point   of   cam mencement,   coiitoiutttg b_ji>j
mres.
; -ly.Ji. OROROR I.ASKI-;,
f   March 30th., ign,
l'KACK HIVKR I(AND IH8TRICT.
Diatrict of Cnriboo.
h Columbia aud 4 miles north o( the Ked
Willow River and marked "M. .1., N. W.
corner" theuce south 80 tliains; thence
east 80 ehnins; thence mirth 80 chaina;
thenn- west 80 chains Id point of tnm-
menccirieni, containing (>,\o jjcrca more or
PKACK RIVKK  I.AM) DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK  notice   that   I,    little Jones,  of
I.os  Angeles,  Calf.,  occupation  unmarried,
intend to apply for parmlmfon to purchase
the following deacribed lamla:-
poHt  nlnnted   1   mih'
west r»f the Solltll eaat
Bett-nlt,    Mul.ia,      , '    ri,llk '■'"'"■ron, nf '    TAKK notice    llial   I,    Kdnn   Way,   of
'"lend to amity for mV«T* 1 q" K^ihtnan, ' IBwton, Ontario, MeupiUuti married votnati
the following fleacrlbwi \...,     x" l'11^'""*   '"ftenda 1 .ply lor permlnalon to purcb-
Comtnencliur   tt   ,     TdV' a« ""' following deficrihed bonis;
......1.      ..1   . *   :.'   "    no.si    t,   nil,.1    .   ...:i.... i:.. ..,:, , .       ..__..
»™ ii _ .nii.. "w,!;;sl ."!■!""■!!»•"
corner „i n„, B. t.   :,'
innrknl V. ('.'» «
«" clinlnm  ii,,™,-'_; ,"".,""' ,""■""' ""'iii'
norlli Ki, diiiln;
, ,,    ,.   1    Ui'iniiiriiiiiiK  ul   11  imm   iilunu.l   i  mil.
•1   110 Hollll|-oa-l   I "HHii nml   .   inllH   Weil   .,(  tlir K..11II1 msl
Iv ci.rS JI" "*""'».    "•"»' "I 11" »• C, Clovcrnmeiil Rtnrvo,
wi'st 80r_„_il." ","""' I '."""'< K' *•» H- >'■■ «>fn_.| ilinu. nortli
-1 «" 1I1111111, in.   m.ntli 8.. clinlt.it: tlicnce tli.l 80 chains lo.
■mint (.lo., imint j,l   coiiimeiicminnt,   cnt.ii.in.   _j,>.
*z,>M.zr^™>»-    Zv-
Muni. _i,tli
Qomtneiicetnciii
RDNA WAV.
Ins.
Sc|.t. t).
Miircli IJtli.,
MAROAKRT JACKi
nm.. w. 11. Ilnrriinm. nri.
PRACR RIVER l.ANI) IIISTIIRT.
Ilinlrirl  nl I'lirlliii,,.
TAKli nolico Hint I, Aiinl. Jewell; „t
Nnpnnce, Ontario, occi||iatlon nuirrinl
wnlniiii.inli-inlH In nliplji fur iKrnilMlotl In
pnrcli-He tlie following tlciicrllwil lnml-:-
I'liliuiiiMirir. nl ,i r,,«t 1 ijititcil 1 mill,
m.iilli nml 1 inilc went of tlie Solllli-cflst
corner of llie H. t'. Oovcrntticnt Renerve,
nitirlril A, .T.'n ti. V. corner; tjienoe n.iiiiIi
Ho clintnni llience rust 80 cln.tns; tlioiico
nurtli 80 .huins: thence west 811 1 Imi in t„
poilit   of    riiliimi.-lict'ini'lit,   ciinlaiiiiii). _,o
IKTCH.
.Iv.-J. AltN'll! .iriU'ia.!,.
Mnrcli .vuli-, 1911.
corner nl the II. C, O-v.riiin.lil Renerve,
mnrlii'il li. .I.'s N. Ii. corner; Ihenoe noutli
80  chnius;   ttience   WOHl   811  rlinilis;   thelice
imrih 80 chnlna; iheuce cast 80 cfmlnn to
point   nf   commouccincn
UiTi'S.
•I.v«. liTTIH .IIINHS,
Mnrcli .villi., I'm,
PEACK RIVER l.ANU DISTRICT.
Disirici ..I Cnrlhoo.
TAKK notice Hint I. Etlwn.il Vnnce, ol
l'ictoii, Ontario, occupnlloil liirnuT, in-
li-mls 1.1 npply Inr perntllwion to jinnli.isu
the lollowing tlcecrlhcil Iniuls:-
Commeuclti" ui u imai n'nnlcil 1 wllo
south mnl 1 mile wcsl oi tlie Soutti-oo-t
corner nl lhc 11. C. Oovernment Reserve,
in-r-cil li. v.'s S. Ii. comer; Uieuce nortli
811   clmins;   tliencc   wcsl   811  chums;   limine
smiiIIi  80 clinins;   tlicnce enst 80 clmins to
point   ol   commencement,   containing 640
"ly.... EDWARD VANCE.
.Mnrcli  30tll.,   I'UI.
lonlalnlng op
I,
PKACE lilVlin i.AND DISTRICT,
Di'itri.l of Curil,,,,,,
TAKE'notice thai   I,   Minnie  Harris,  ol
IViiiiilpei.,    Munilohu,   occupnl
lutein!, in apply for permltiiloii to purch
use ihe following ilescrlhcil lauilni ].,.,,,. |(
Coniincnclii;   ui   ,si ui,ii„,,,i  ,  ,,,11,.     ,...-„
soulh  nml   1   mil.,  wesl  ol lhe Soutli cusl   |.\ ,:'.'..,'
corner .,( the  II.  (.'. governmoiil  reserve     ,
nmrkeil JI. II,'s S, IV. enrner   I '     "
PEACE RIVER l.ANU DISTRICT.
Disirici ol Cnrlhoo.
TAKli    nolice    Hint  II.   I,.  M1111I0II,   I
Prince Rupert, 11. C, occupation ^emi.iii. 11
inieiuls to npply for permission to purchnse lhe lollowing ilescrilieil  laliils:-
Colnincncing   nl   11   pofll   iilimieil   1   miles
1 Ill  ami   1   mil- '«.M   ,,l  (lit. Soulh east
corner  ol   llle   II.   C.   I'.orelnlileul   Rci.'l.c
marked II, I,   M.'s N. H'. comer; llicnci
smilli   80   clinins;     tlloil-0   e.isl   811   1 Imins
hence north    811 clmins;  tliouce wcnl  81
huins   lo     poinl   oi  lotiimeiiiciiiciil,   cu
tnllilng 6.|o mres.
pnisler,   ,|y.._. ||.  j.   MURDOFF.
PEACE RIVliR I.ANII DISTRICT.
District oi Carihoo.
TAKE   notice   Ilml   I,  Cl.iilvs  K.   Cnllf
eiou, ,,|   victoria,  11.  C.  occupatli "■
iimiiieil, inieiuls to apply ior permissinn
lo luirciiuse the following dencrlheil I I» ■
Comtncnclng ut a posi nlnittetl 2 miles
south mnl 1 mile went ol the Soulli-cn.t
conicr ol Uu- 11. C. Government Rescue,
murked ('..  S. c.'s ,V. Ii. cmner; thonce
sonlh   80   di.iius;   liieliie   wesl   81)   chuins;
Uieuce uorili 80 chnlni; Uicnco eusi Bo
eliuins to polnl ol commencement, con-
luitilng dpi ucres.
,ly.2j. t'.I.AIiVS S. CAMKRON.
Mnrch Jisl. 1911.
Pence Uivir I.11111I Disi.    Dist. of Cariboo.
TAKli  noiice    Umi   Edward  Home, "I
Ed Inn,   All.1.,   iiccupiili.ui   clinllieer,   III1
tend- io npply lot perm union to pureli.ise
llie followim.  ilcsciiluil Inmls;-
folio
Ci	
mile
ol si
I hen.
1 Imu
.Iv.i
ng
iuh In
ill   I.ul.-
elm
-nlllll 811
point ni
nt.es.
er I,ami Dint,    iiisi. nl Cnrlhoo.
in.hrc    Unit  Arthur  Walker,  ol
oiitoii, Altn., ocenpntion clerk. Intends
Y'i   in npplv for permission i„ purchase tlio
■rill   following ilescrilieil lands:.
"ru,.;;.. ttziiZz ■ zzz'z "\izzzzrzzz
nlaining 6.pi, swun I,nko: 11 co easi 80 clinins' Uieuce
' spUlll   8n   ehnins;     tlienco   wesl   «,',' |
llience norlh 811 ciinius.
I-'J'.I- AUTllUR  WAI.KIill
n in*  moil K "I U
lie most soiillierlv poinl
iheuce soulh 8n chains;
80 clmins:   Ihcnce  nurth  80
■ eual 80 chnina.
EDWARD IIIiKNK.
j   March .7, 1911.     Alherl Tale, ngent.
i Peace Kiier 1 ,1 Dist.     Disi. ol C11HI11111.
TAKli   nolice       Ilml    llelirv   (loWIIII,   of
Edmonton,    Altn,  occupntion  Bruker, iu
' lends lo npply l,,r permission In purciuise
I llie l.illnwiim "descl ihe.l  lallils:
j   Cii enoing ui n post plntltoil « uiiles
•suulii of Hell.v's temporary Hounilnry Pnsl
ui S. li. Co
Re:
.oiioiii 11, ,'iimi
h..il. MINNIE HARRIS.
3J...I, h   -ijlll.,   HIM.
I  Dominion  Pence liner
eric,   tliencc   soutli    811  chains;   Uienee
n'r  "'   west   80   clinins;   thencc liortll 80   clinins;
Hence    tliellfiO eust 80 chnins.
"""IS; 1 Jy.i. 11ENRY O0WAK;
March .villi. 1911.     Allnil'l Tute, ngent-
[    Murch'.vst. 1911, SEPTEMBER, IG 1911.
PEACE RIVER LAND UISTRICT.
Iiislriet  nt Cariboo,
TAKli nnliee Ilml   Jessie Hicks, nl   Vi
coiner, II. C. occujmtion spinster, Intel
i„ upply Inr permission to purchuse the I thciico'eaai 1
following ilescrilieil hinds: monccmcnl,
Commencing at n pnst planted nliout  l ' less.
Illlle wesl ol  llle eastern  boundary   ,    itril    i Sepl    9
i.h Columbia nml 8 miles snnlli ol the Red i   M.ir.h -lnl
Willow River umi  lied ".I. II., N.  V   '
corner" Uieiiv. souiii 80 chains; thenci
r„sf 80 clmins Uienee north 811 chain:
Iheuce west 80 chains to tlic point of colli
nieneeineiit, und coiitaitiinj: !i.pi acres nion
Sept.9.' JESSIE HICKS.
Murch 23rd., 11)11. W. II. Harrison, agl
ish Columbia nnd h miles south ol llie Red
Willow Rner mnl iunrkeil"K, II., S. E.
corner" Ihcnce north 80 chnins; tlicnce
wesl Ko clmiii:., llience solllil 811 chains;
llience casl Ko elmins  lo Ilic polllt ol com
■ui, containing 640 acres nmre or
THE  HERALD
mi
ERNEST BLUE.
. W. II. Harrison,
igt.
PEACE RIVliR LANI) DISTRICT.
Iiislriet ill Cariboo,
TAKli   notice     thnl   Charles    Alcsundi
1'lndlny, nl  Viiiiou.er,  ll.  C,  occupatio
gentleman, intends to apply inr permlsslu
in  pUrOllllSO  tlie  following   ilescrilieil   Inuds: I colllnll
Cuuimtnctng ut n post planted aboul 1   Sepi...
mile wesl nl Urn ensiern In,miliary of lirit      Murcli iSlh., lull-    W   II, Harrison   111-
ish Columbia nml 8 inilcs sunth „i ihe Red !_..
Willow River nud marked "C. A. I'
PEACE RIVliR LAND DI„iRl-i.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKli noiioe    Unit Cyrus    Moultnii, oi
Vancouver, It. C. occupution gardener, in-
lends io apply i.,r permissiun io purcliuse
lhe lollowini; descrilied lunds:
Commencing nt a posl   plantod nboul 3
miles wesi oi ihe cinlerii boundary ,1 iirii
isl, folium,1,1 und 1!, miles smilh nl llie Red
Willow River mid markod "C. M., N. li.
comet" thonce soulh 8n chains; ihenee west
8n chains; thenco north 811 chnius; Iheuce
east 8n chains to poini ol commencement,
UK 040 ucres moro or less.
C VII IS Ml IH I,TAN.
VI,
corner"  theuce    north 80   clinins;  thonce
eust  Ku  chuins;    Hience   south   Ko   ,1 is;
chains! thonco west Ku cliains in 1 1
eotnuieliecliieiit,   mid   cultlulllillg   n.|u   acres,
more or less,
CHARLES ALEXANDER FINDLAY.
Mnrch -31.1.,   I'UI.   W,   II.   Harris  ogt.
PEACE RIVER LAND in.,...is 1,
District   ol   ( alii	
TAKli nolice Umt Frank Morgan Hi
sey, „i Vancouver, ll. C. occupation gei
leinuii, Intends to apply 1,0 permission
purchnse llie lollowing described l.uuls
Commencing at u posl planted aboul
lhe
cm l>.
I
I.nt ,,[ Iliil
h ol the Red
I. M. II , ti.
PEACK RIVliR  LANI) DISTRICT.
District ol Carihoo.
TAKli notice Unit Ellen Omar', ..I Vancouver, It. C. occupation .spinster, intends
I,, apple Inr permissiun to purchuse the
lollowini; described lauds:
Commencing at ,. posl plantod about 3
miles wesi oi iiie eastern boundary ol llru
ish Columbia mnl 11. miles norlli ol llie Red
Willow   River   I   marked  "li.   I),,   S.   IV.
eorlior, tlicnce liortll Hn.chuiiis; thence cast
80  ill,mis;   Uienee   sou Hi   8n   elmins;   HlollCC
west   Kn ill,nils   lo  Hie  uoint   al  commence-
1 1 con.alllll)g (,.|o acres mole or less:
Sept. '). lil.l.liN ll.MAR.
Murch 18U1., 19:1,   w. II. Hurrison, ngt.
ish Columbia ami 8 miles 11
Willow   Rner  nml  marked
li. corner"  tlicnce solltll 80 chains;  tllent
west   80   chuins;   tlicnce   north   Ko   chain.
thence east 80 chuins lo Ilic point nl 1	
mencement utul containing 640 aires mm
or less.
Sii. 9.',        1 FRANK MOROAN IIRIiSSEV
Mnrch -3rd.,  1911,  W, 11.  Harrison, ml
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo,
TAKE nnliee  Unit   Eililh   (1.  Onssin,   nl
Vancouver, II, C. occupation spinster, intends in apply Inr permisaion to purchase
the following ilescrilieil lunils:
Commencing at a pnst plnntcil about i
tulles west nl the eusterii boundary nf Jlnl
isli Columbia und H miles smith of the Red
Willow River, and marked "li. G. <" , S.
E- euruer" theuce north 8n chains; [lience
wesl 80 chnins; thenco smilh 8n clmins.
tliencc eust Ku chnius tu point of cmumcu
eeiuntii, contuining 640 acres more or less.
Sept.'). EDITH 0. CR0SS1N.
Mnnh .3rd., 11,11. W. H. Harrison, nut.
PEACE RIVliR   LAND UISTRICT.
District ol Carilioo.
TAKE   nolice   Umt   Willinm   t'.riiiulv,   ol
Vancouver,  ll.  C.  occupation  Gentleman,
intends to upply ior permission lo pnrch
use the followin,; described lands:
Commencing nt a pust planted nbout 1
mile west ol the ensiern boundary of lim
iil, Columbia mid 2 miles imrth ,,l lho Red
ll.llnw River und marked "W 0. N. K,
1 rner"   theuce    snuth   811  chains;   Hience
wesl Ko  chains;   thence  nortii  8n  cl s,
tlienco enst 80 chnius In lhc poiut ot com
iuencein.nl, contuining 640 acres more ur
Sept. 9- WILLIAM GRUNDY.
Match 141I1.,,i,,ii.   VI. 11. Harrison, agt,
PKACE RIVliR  LAND DISTKICT
Distnei „f Cariboo.
TAKli nolice Umt Onirics .less,, ,,I Van
1,uver, II. C.  occupation  painter,  intends
•, apply b.r permission i" purchase the
lullowing descrihed lands:
Commencing at a posl planted aboul 1
mile wesl  ,,l   the eastern  boundary ,,| Bril
1-I1 Columbia .mil -■ miles  ll, ol Hie Red
Willow liiver und marked "C. .1., S. E.
1.ilner" theme north Kn chains; theme
vest   80   chains;      thence   s I,   Kn   ,Imins
iheuce easi K,, clinins to point nl common
lemetilcontuinlng 640 acres more 01 less.
Sept. u. CHARLES .IliSSn.
'.i.nili 171I1., mn. W.  II. 11,,ins, a, „vi.
PKACK  RIVliR   LAND DISTRICT
Disirici ol    nrili >.,.
TAKli    notice    that    M.,rv    Chalmers,   ol
Vancouver, n. C, occupation spinster, in
1,: Is in upply Inr permisa  t,, purcliase
Uic. 1 Ihiwlllg described lands:
Commencing nt a posl plauted .,1 1  1
mil,, wesl ol Hie eastern Boundary of llru
isli Columbia and . miles norlh ol llie Red
Will. « River uud marked "M. C, S. V.
1 rntr"   ihenee     nnrlh   811   chains;   Iheuce
' '-I   Hn    cl ;    Uieme    smilli    Kn    Umms;
Cn.,. west 8a chuins to tlie point ol cm
in",osneiit containing 1.411 acres more ,,1
s'i'   1 MARY CHALMERS.
■vl'i.ii l?th.,  1911.  W.   II. Harrison, agl,
PEACE RIVliR LAND DISTKICT,
District oi Cariboo,
TlKli nntiee that William A. Ryrio, nl
i.iiic.iiicer. 11.   C. occupation   nccoi 1,
intends to apply f,,r iiermission 1,, purcli
"se the lollowing described lands:
.,.,.1,,,.,,,,,,,    ,  . p.,..planted about 1
m le iv, .1 „| ,|„. ,..,„„„  |„,|„H|orv „f |,r„
IJIi Colombia .01.1 . ,„i|ra ,„,ni, ,',f ,„,. r,,i
liltlow River .mil marked "W. A. R. N
11   corner' thence snuth 8n chains; thencc
!';IM   *"  vl ...   thencc   nnrth   8.1   elmins
Uienee »esi Kn .chains l„ |„,|„i of cm,
"•""mm, v fhi-ig (40 acres more 01
_ej,i
Mar,
WILLIAM W. RVRIIi,
Mil.  W.   II. Harrison,
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRIC).
Dislrict  nf Caril,,,,,.
JAKH notice Hint Allred Omar, ol Van
'1 ver, B c. occupation seaman, intenda
J upply |„r |,ennissi,,ii t„ purchase the
i"ll'iwine d.-scrilied Inmlai
"iinnciiuiig „t „  ,„,,,  ^i,,,,,,.,!    ,    ,
»l wes, ol the eastern 1,0,1 ry ,,| Bril
it.iliimhia uud 2 miles ii„rtli „i tin Red
"iiimv Rlvcr nnd murked "A. I)., N. w
"ier    tin-ice    south   Ko  cl s:     tliencc
:'" »n chains;  thencc    north 80 clinins
","'■ wesi 80 chuins lo lhe poini „l c	
^■"'iieiii contnining 640 gcrcs morc or
_*   ?' ALFRED OMAR.
j^1'!' 18U1., 11,11. w, II. Harrison, ngl,
"'•Ati; RIVliR LAND DISTRICT
T„       District ,,i Cariboo,
"Ml    nntiee     that    Ce
"' '"ver, II. c. occupatli
"j '" apply for pormissl
' "dug ut a |.nsi planleil about 1
I nl lhe eastern l«„„„l.,rv ,,f llru
lim   ""'">' mnl » miles soutli oi the Red
... ..    K
"ul,
(c  Dinar,
to ptirclin
vomer
> miles soutli
River  ami   marked   "G
Uienee    nnrth   811    chain.
"  chains;   llielue   solltll   81
dial    Kn   chnins   t,,   lhc
llle
"ililelit, containing  640 acres  mor,.
In''  „ , OEORGE OMAR.
_Jri1'  'KU...  1911.  w.  II.   Harris.,,,,
"'•ACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
... Dislrict ol Carilioo.
II,.,      .'..'""ive  til.lt   tV.it
lllcullvcr
upply inr permit
•V
V11111
■uver, 11. C.
■ llie
l.lsuv  Till
11 iftcnl
lo purcli
lilile
Mowing described I.
ring ut u posi plnnled about 1
ol lhe ensiern boundary nf Bril
IliU nilnbla nnil 2 miles' in,rlh ,,f il... Red
|i '" "ner uud marked "W. 1„ T., N.
"•vi »'"", ""'"'v Solllil 811 chnins; llience
||, " eliuins; thonco nurlli 811 elmins
1:11,,,',' ',,vt H" cllnlllfl In lhc polnl of com
l,M ""nt, containing 640 acres more 01
11,1 1    J^UACK LINDSAY TUFFLEY
-. 'l|1  'KU,.,  1,,,1,  w.  II.   Harrison, ogt.
"■ACIC RIVliR LANII DISTRICT.
»,,._,     Dislrict  ni Cariboo.
1. n, I:
dm
PEACE RIVER l.ANI) DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE nolico Umi Elmer Omar, ol Van
rmiver, It. C, occupation butchor, intends
to   apply   lor   permission   to   purchuse   the
following ilescribed l.uuls:
Commencing nt n pnst piunted about 3
miles west nl ihe eusterii boundary nl British Clumliin mid 1 . miles norlli ol the Red
Willow River and mnrked "E. 0., S. li.
enrner" thelice iiorth 80 eliuins; tlicnce
west Kn cliains; thenee solllil Kn chnins;
llience ensl Kn chnins tn tlie puint nl ci.ni-
menccmeut, containing b.\o ucres nmre nr
less,
Sept.9,
Mulch
1KH1
ELMER OMAR,
ran,   W. II. Harrison
"fi
PEACE RIVliR I.AND DISTRICT.
District nl Cariboo,
TAKli nolice Unit Hercules Ilecott, of
Vancouver, 11. C. occupation clerk, inieiuls in apply for permissinn 1,, purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing nl  a pnst planted about  1
lilile wesl nl tlle ensiern boundary nf lirit.
isll Columbia umi 4 miles SOUtll nf the Red
Willow River aud marked "II. II,, S. E.
corner"    Ihenco north Ko   chains; thencc
wcsl 80 clmins;      theuce South    811 chains;
thonco eusi 8n elmins in ihe point ni commencement, containing 640 acres nmre or
Scut 11. HERCULES IIRCOTT.
March --ml., n,n. w. II. Harrison, ugt.
PEACE RIVliR LAND DISTRICT.
Districl nl Cariboo.
TAKE  nntiee  Umt   Prod   Biittrrwnrl,  nl
Vuncouver,  li   C. occupation salesman, iniends in apply Inr iiermission tn purchase
lhe  following  descrilied  Inlllls:
Commencing at n pnst planted about 1
mile west nl the ensiern bV-tllldary nf British Columbia ami 4 miles soltlh of llie Red
Willow Ribor and marked "F. 11., N. li.
comer" thence smith 8u chaina; thenee
wcsl   8n  chains;   llience  nortli  Ku chuins;
tlletlCC ensl 81. cli.iijis tn the point of com
'meiiccmcnl,   coiiluiniiig  640  acres mora  or
less.
Scpt.9. FRED  lUTTHRWORT.
March ....id., ion. w. II. Harrison, ngt.
I'liACIi RIVliR  LAND DISIRICT.
Dislriit nt Curihiin.
TAKE in.tne Uiu!   William  Robinson,
nrconccr. ll  C. occupation carpenter.
civ
• f. Down
or   pe
t„ pn
described I,
■it  .< posl  planted about  I
In- eastern hounilnry .,f Brit
nd 4 chains nortli ol Hie Red
and lii,irkcil"W. R,, S. W,
e norlli Ko chains; thence
s; thelice south 8n chains:
lo chains t„ the point nl
commeucemenl, conlaining 040 acres more
or  less.
Sept. .). WILLIAM ROBINSON.
Mardt 1KU1.,, mn. w. II. Harrison, ugt.
Isli c,,|l|l||l,
Willow   Ri
I hell
PEACE RIVliR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict nl Cariboo.
TAKE notice Unit William Flcmine, „'
Van.,,uvcr, B. C. occupation Merchant, intenils I., apuly lor permission in purchase
lhe following described lnnds:
Commencing at a pnsl planleil obout 1
mile west ,.[ the ensiern boundary nf itrit-
ish Columbia and 4 chains north o( the R_d
Willow River ami marked "W. F. N. W.
crner" thence South 80 chains; thencc
easl Ko ih.lins: Ihcnce north Kn ehains;
theuee west 80 chains I,, the point of commencement containing 640 acres mnre ur
less.
Sent. 9. WILLIAM  FLEMING.
March 1KH1., 1911, w. 11. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVliR I.AND DISTRICT.
District ni Cariboo.
TAKE notice    that     Roy   Whldd'en, nl
Vancouver,  B.  C,     occupation  clerk,  inieiuls I., apply f,,r penuissi,ui t,, purchase
the Iollowin,. descrilied Inuds:
Commencing ut a post planted about t
mile west nl the cistern boundary nf lirit
isl, Columbia and 4 chains nnrlh of the Red
Willow River ami marked "R. W., S. li.
curncr" Uienee north 80 chuins; thence
west Kn clmins: thence suuth 80 chnins;
theuce east Kn chains in the paint id commencement, cniiltiiiiing (.411 ucres more or
less.
Sent. i). ROY WHIDDIiN.
March. )8th., 1911.  W. II.   Harrison, ngt.
PEACE RIVliR LAND DISTRICT.
District nf Cariboo.
TAKli nuiice thai Ernest S. Witlcrs, 'of
Vancouver,  11.  C. occupation  limkcr,  in
tends in applv l..r permission in purchase
ihe   Iollowin.   described   lands:
Commencing at a posi planted about )
mile wesi ,,f tin eastern boundary ..[ Brit
ish Columbia nud 4 chains north of the Red
Willow River and marked "li. S. VI.. ti.
E. corner" (hence smilh 811 chains: Ihcnce
west 80 chnins:   llience    n .rlh Kn chains;
tlicnce east Kn elmins to lhe point  ill cnlll-
moncometit, conlaining 640 acres mnrc nr
Sepl.U.
March   18II1.
ERNEST S.  WITHERS.
■ 'III.  W. II.   Ilarrismi, agt,
1 lhal William Ulnar, nf
IVl'i', II. C, occupalion Ell-lliocr, in
'" anply for permission 1,, purchase
,   '"Will,, descriheil  lunils.
..„)..'"'"'curing ui   ,,1  p|n|,i.,| „l 1   1
j.|, -""I ol lhe ensiern bmmdurv of fir.I
"III,,. "!!'''" n"'1 S miles smilh nl  llie Red
'"tin.,.,   ,   r "l"1 mnrked "VI. 0,, s.  «
8,1 o , Uieuce nnrth Kn chains, thenee ens'
-[,1 Ji"*l tllOIICO SOUtll Kn ilia,lis' lllcllre
'HUH  c,,,,,1."!'   '"   "'"  I""' '  """l.leil'l
K,.,,, "'"Iiiiiiiii|. Pn,   icres 111 ,re or les,.
tli.,'' WILLIAM BIHAR.
"Mil., nm. h. 11,  iiiiris.111, ngt,
''"Ul': RIVER  I.ANII DISTRICT.
Tii,,.    Dislriel „| Cnrlhoo.
 !,.,   .'""'ie thnl Erncal  nine, nl Vnn
I" mini.'   C' '"'''"li'iii'iii laborer, inteiuls
'"ll,,,,., '   !"''   I'erillissinli   In   liureliuse   llle
Cum ,   ''"''filled binds:
unl,.,'."''"'. ni 11 pusi planted nbout 1
"' "f the eastern boundary of lirit
PEACE RIVP'R  LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict ,.( Cariboo.
TAKE  nnliee  thnl  Reginald   Barter,   ,,l
Vancouver, ll. C. occupation gentleman, inieiuls to nnply inr permission in purchase
the following ilescrilieil lands:
Cninuiciiciiir nl a pnsl plnnted nboul 1
mile wesl oi the eastern boundary nf Brit.
ish Columbia nnd t, miles soutii ol lhe Red
Willow River mid mnrkod "R. 11., N. W.
ronier" Uienee south Kn chains: tlicnce eusi
So chains; Ihenee north Ko chnins; Iheuce
Wesl Ko clmins In polllt nf .nmmclici .|.___.
COtltnllling 640 neres nmre nr less.
Sent.9. REGINALD  BARTER.
Mnrcli ..inl., mn. w, II. Harrison, ugt
I
I In   apply   I. r   |,remission   lo   purcliuse   the
lollowing described lands:
!   Commencing at a nost  plaiiled about 3
Utiles west ni the ensiern boundary ill Bril
j ish Columbia and 1 . miles south ill the Red
j Willow River mid liiurkcil"A. C, N. W.
comor" thence solllil Kn elmins; thence east
Ku clmins; thencc north Kn chnins; thence
west   81,  cliaillS   In   Ule  point   oi  Commence*
incut, ami  containing 640 acres more or
I less.
Sent.9. ANDREW COOK.
Miircln 18th.,  mil. W. II.  Harrison, ugt.
PEACE RIVliR LAND DISTRICT
Dislriel 01 Caeil.oo.
TAKE  notice  (li.,t    .lames   Boucher,   of
Vuiicuui.er,   11,   _,     occupati Irlver,   iu
tends to apply for permission in purcliuse
lhe  following  ilescrilieil  lands:
Commencing al a |„,si  planted nl    1
miles wesi ni the eastern boundary "I llru
ish  Collllllbil I 2'. miles south ol the  Red
Willow River nml murked ".I. II., N. W,
corner" thonco    smith Hn   chains; Uienee
ensl   80   chums;   tlicnce   11,,1 III   Ku   cliains;
Ihcnce west Kn clmins t„ the puiui ,,1 commencement eoniuining 640 acres more nr
less. I'liACIi RIVliR LANI) DISTRICT.
Sepl.9. .IAMES  BOUCHER. Districl ul Cariboo,
March  -.III].,  mn. W.   II.  Hurrieoll, ngt.      TAKli nolice lliut  Frank Bond, nf  Van
 ■ ■ COIIVcr,   II.   C.   necupnlli.il  clerk,   inteiuls   tu
I'liACIi RIVliR I.ANII DISTRICT.        j npply  lor permission  to piliehuse  lhe iul-
Disiiicl ul Curil,,,,,. lowing describod lunds:
TAKli notice tlmt Henry Benton, "I I Commencing ul u post planted about 3
Vancouver, 11. C. occupalion clerk, intenils  miles wesi ol the eusterii boundary ol Brit-
lo   upply   lor   perniission   to   purchaso   llle ' ish Column,in nnd .' miles smith iil till' Red
luliuwing descriheil   1 Is: I Willow   Kiver  und  Iniinled   "F.   II.,   S,   E.
Commenciiig ut n posl planted about 3 corner" thenco north Ku chains; tliencc
miles west nt the eastern boundary nl Brit. ' west 8n chains: tlicnce sunth Ho chuins;
ish Columbia and 2% miles south ol tlie Red i Uieuce cusl 80 clinins to the point ul com-
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKli  notice  that   Albert  Anderson,   ol
Vancouver, 11. C. occupation salesman, intends tu upply lur permission  in pureiiase
the following described lands:
Commencing ut a post piunted nbout 3
miles west of the eastern boundary ni British Columbia and 1% miles snuth nl the Red
Willow River und marked "A. A., S. W.
rner" thence north 80 chains; thence
east  80  chains;      thence   south   80  ehnins;
thence west 8n chains to the point ol commencement, coutnining 640 acres more or
less,
Seiit.9. ALBERT ANDERSON.
March 22nd., mil. W. II. Harrison, ugt.
PAGE THREE.
Willow River mid tnarleed "II. II.,
comer" thence norlh 80 chains;
wesl 80 chuins; thencc suulh Ho
Iheuce   eusi   8n    chains ' to   polllt   '
inencement, coutolnbig 640 acres 1
less.
S. li.
tliencc
chuins;
ling, l,.|n
icres more
less.
Sepl .9. FRANK  BOND.
.Murch 23th.,  mn. W.  II, Harrison, ugt.
Scpt.9.
Marcli
HKNRV BENTON.
mn.  W.   11.  Ilarrismi, ngt,
PEACE RIVliR LANII DISTRICT,
nl Cariboo.
VnncollVO   TAKli    nolice      thnl    .M.ilicl    A
Scrimes, nl   Vancouver,  ll.   C.  occupatioi
stenographer, Intenda t .ply Inr permis
siun  iu  purcliase  the  lull..u.iic,  doscribed   WIUow R
lnnds: i comor"   I
Commencing at a post planted aboul .1
miles wesi ol ihe eastern boundary nl Inn
ish Columbia nml V. miles in,rlh ni Die Red
Willow River nud marked "M. A. S., N.
Ii. crner" theuce suuth 811 clmins; thencc
west 60 chains, Ihenee imrth Ku chains;
thence eust 811 ihains In llie puint oT com.
mencement, coutnining 640 acres nmre nr
less.
Sept. 9. .MABEL A.   SCRIMES.
March  17th.,  1911. W.   II. Ilarrismi, ugt.
I'liACIi RIVliR  I.ANII DISTRICT.
Dislriel ol Curiboo,
TAKE   lmlice   Umt   dallies   lleveri.lge,   ul
Vancouver, II.   C, occupation    agent, intenda tn nnply l,,r permiasiou in purclmse
Hie following described lunils:
Commencing at a pust planted about 3
miles west oi Hie eastern boundary ol Brit
isll Colombia nud 1 lilile soulh nf the Red
I miirkeil" J. II., N. W.
enrner" tlienco smith 811 chains; thence
east   Kn   ihains;   Ihellce     nnrlh   8u   chains;
Uienee wesi 80 chains in the point ol commencement containing 6.|u acres inure ur
Sepl..'. JAMES IlliVERlDGIi.
Murch  mill., 19,1.  W.  II.   Ilarrismi, agt.
PEACE RIVER l.ANI) DISTRICT,
District nl Cariboo.
TAKE nutiee that  William Telford,  nl
Vancouver,  JI.  c., occupution  agent,  in-
tcotls tu apply int permission to purchase
the lollowing descrilied lands;
Commeucilig at 11 post planted nboul 3
inilcs west ol the eastern l.o lary ol British Columbia and . mile south ,1 the Red
Willow River mid marked "W. ?,, S. |i
crner"   llience      norlh   80   ciiuins;   llience
west Ho chains;  /icnce suuth 80 ehalns;
thence ensl 80 chuins tu the po'nt ol com-
PE.U'li RIVliR LANI) DISTRICT.
Distriet uf Cnrihoo.
TAKli   nuiice   llial   A.   Leiiiiru   Glgucre,
nl Vancouver, Ii. C. occupation steliograp
her,   intends   tn   applv   Inr   permissiun   In
purchase lhc follow ng described lands:
Commencing at 11 pnst  planted obout 3
miles west nf the eastern boundary nl Unl
Ish Columbia nnd $ miles nortli 01 the Red I itleoccment  cuiilaiuing 6411 acres more
Willow River and marked "A.  I.. I'..., S. 1 less.
W. Comer" thence north 8.1 elmins; thence   Scpt.9, WILLIAM TELFORD,
cast   80   eliains;   Iheiiee   soutii   80   clmins; |   March  20th.,  mn,  W, II,  Harrison, Bgt.
thence west Hn eliuins to the poini oi coin
meneetiient  conlaining 640 ucres  mow  or
less.
Scot. 9. A, I.ENORA OIGUEBE.
March  17th.,  1911, W,  II, Hurrison, ngt.
PEACE RIVliR  LANI) DISTRICT.
Dislriel   ul  Caril,	
TAKE   nnliee   that      Katie   Msrliu,   ,,[
Vancouver, 11. C. occupation stenographer,
intonda to apply fur permission  In pu,
ase the Inlluwiiig described lunds:
Ci.mmencing ut a pnst planted ulinut 3
milcs west of Uic eastern boundary ol Bril-
ish Columbia and 1', milcs norlli of the Red
Willow River umi mnrkisl "K. M., S. li.
curlier" thence north 80 rliuins; thenee
west 81) chnius: thence SOUtll Ha chailis.
thence ensl 80 cliains tn the point ol coin
mencelneiil, containing 640 acres tunfe ur
less.
Sepl.9. KATIE .MARTIN.
March 17th., mn. IV. II. Harrison, ngl.
PEACE RIVliR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict ,,I Cariboo.
TAKE  m.liee  Umt  I.lcw  S.   Davison,  ,.l
Vaucouver, It. C. occupaiioii stcnc^rsplier,
inteiuls io apply for permission 1.1 pureli.
ase   lhe   loll.,will;;   descriheil   lands:
Commencing at a post  planted about 3
miles wesl of thc cistern boundary id Hen
ish Columbia ami 2% miles nortii ol ihe Red
Willow River ami marked •'(.. S. II., N.
W. corner" thence south Ko cliains; thencc
east 80 ehams thenco north 8.1 .liains.
thence west 80 oliains lo the point oi coin
mencement, conlaining 648 acres more or
less.
Sept. 9. l.l.EW S. DAVISON.
Mnrcli »th., 1911. W.  II. Harrison, ngl.
PKACE RIVliR LAND DISTRICT.
Distriet ol Carib	
TAKli noiice that .lames Drvs,l„le. ..1
VancOUV&r, 11. C. occupation salesman, ill-
tends to upply lor permission lu purchnse
the following descrilied lnnds:
Commencing at a post planted about 3
miles wesl of the eastern boundary ot British Columbia ami 1% miles nortii ot the Red
Willow River and murked".!. 1). ,S. W.
corner" thence nurth Ho cbains; thence
east 89 cliains; thence south Ko elmins;
tlicnce   west   8u  chuins   In   point   nl   emu
mencement, containing 6411 acres mnrc nr
less.
Sepl.  9. .IAMES  DRVSDAI.Ii.
March 15U1., mil,   W. II. Harrison, agl.
PEACE RIVEK LAND DISTRICT.
District uf Cariboo.
TAKK  notice  that  Elmer C.  Robinson,
,,l Vane,,uver, B. C. occupation gentleman,
Intends tn apply fur permission to purch
use the Following descrilied lunds:
Commencing nt a post plnnted about 3
miles wcsl nf lhe eastern boundary of British Columbia and ,.', miles nnrth 01 thc Red
Willow River nnd marketP'B. C, K., S.
li. enrner" thence north Ho chains; theuce
west 80 chains; theuce smith 80 chains;
thence cast 811 chains to point of commencement, containing 6411 ucres more or
less.
Sept. 9. ELMER C.  ROBINSON.
-March I .tie,  lull.    W.  II. Harrison, agt.
PEACH RIVER LANI) DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice that John Murdoch, of
Vancouver, B. C. uccupution teamster, Intends to apply for permission tu purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing ut a pnst plnnted about 3
miles west nf the eastern boundary nf British Columbia mid •,', miles nortii ul lhe Red
Willow River and marked".!. 31., N. W.
corner" thence suuth 80 chains; thencc
east 80 chains; thenee north 811 chains:
thence, west Kn chains to the point ill commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Scpt.9. .IIUIN MURDOCH.
March 15II1., mn.   IV, 11. Harrison, ngt.
PEACE RIVliR I.AND DISTRICT.
District ol Cnrihoo.
TAKli   nolice   thai   Laura   Rcgiu.i   Ken
dull,  oi    Vancouver,  B.    C,  occupation
spinster, intends to npplv lor perm ission
lo purchnse  the  lollowing descrilied   lunds:
Commencing nt a post planled about 3
miles wesi oi tiie eastern boundary ol Brit
ish Columbia and 5', miles north ol the Red
Willow River und murked "I,. R. K., ti.
li. corner" thence smith 80 chnins; tlicnce
west 811 chains; thenee nnrth 80 ciiuins;
tlienco enst Hu chains tn the poinl of com-
mencement, containiug 640 acres more or
less.
Sept..,. LAURA RECINA KENDALL.
Mnrch 151I1., 1911.   w. ll, Harrison, ngt.
I'liACIi RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District nf Cnriboo,
TAKE nolice tlmi     I.eliliu    Fmisecn, nf
Vuticoilver, II. C, occupntion spinster, in-
Irnds In apply mr permission l„ purchase
lhe following descriheil iniitW.
Coinnicticin. ui a posi planted nboul 1
mile wesl ol lhe ensiern boundary nf Bril
".li Colllinbln umi (, miles south nf lhe Red
Willow River uud mnrked "!,. F., ti. E.
curner" tllCIICC south Kn chuins; Ihenee
wesl Kn cliains; thenee nnrlh Kn chaius;
llience casl  811 chains In lhc poitll nf colli-
 niTiiieiii, containing 640 neres nmre or
Sent.9, I.liTITIA   FONSECA.
Much .'.tril.,  mn. w. II, Harrison, ngt.
I'liACIi RIVliR !,,,N|) DISTRICT
Dislriel   nl Coil,,,,,.
TAKE   nnliee     l|,.,l     R.ilpp   SleVens    nl
Vnliconvcr, 11. C. occupation gentleman, in
lends In npplv lor permission to dtirchnse
the vnllowlng describod lands:
Commencin,.
mile wesl ,,l th
ish Columbia n
Willow   River
crner" limine
lliol
n   pnsl   plnnled   nlmlll   1
iisiern Minndnrv of Bril
II miles ... ...fh „| lhc R,,,|
lli.rlel"R.   S.,   S,   W,
III Ko cllnillSi theuce east
uth  811 chnins;   Iheuce
Wesi Hi, chain, tn the poim ,,[ common.
""•ul, c nliilng fun acres nmrc or less,
Sept.  'I. RALPH STEVENS.
March .'.tnl.,   mn,  W.  II.   Il11rrisc.il
ngt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District nl Cariboo,
...tvK  nntiee  Unit  Grace Lee  Inksiilcr,
nf Winnipeg,    Mun.,    occtipot'on   slenog-
ruiiher, inieiuls tn npplv dor permission tu
purchuse the lollowing ilescribed lands:
C neiieing ut a pnst planted about 3
miles west „i the eusterii boundary at lirit -
isli Columbia nnd 7 . miles -lh ul Hie Red
Willow River uud marked "0. L. I., S.
W. curlier"  thencc nnrth 80 ebaius; theuee
eust   80   ehnins;   thence   .smilh   811  cl s:
thence west 80 chains In the iiniiil ol com
incnccitient, containiug 640 ucres morc or
less.
Sent.9. CRACK  LEE  INKSATER.
.Murch i.|ih.,.mn.   W. 11. Hnrrison, ngt.
PEACE RIVliR LAND DISTRICT.
Districl ol Cariboo.
'TAKE in,lice thnl  Fred Taylor, ,,l Van
cuiiver, B. C. occupntion menl I, iniends
tn npply Inr permission  i„ purclinsc lhc
lollowing   descrilied   la.nls:
I'oinnieneim. ,u a posi  planled nhonl 3
miles wesl  nl llle ensiern boundary ul llril
ish Columbia mid :', miles north oi ii,,. R,.,i
Willow River und mnrkcli ol.', 'P., K. Ii.
enmer" thence norlh Kn chums; theuce
west   80  chnius;     llience   smith   Ho  elmins
thenca enst Hn clmins 1., the polnl ,,f emu
inencement, eoniuining (14.1 acres 1 ,. oi
less.
Seiu.'i. FRED TAVLOR.
Murch  i.|ih.,iiiii.    w. II. Harrison, ngt.
PEACE RIVliR LANI) DISTRICT,
District ul Cariboo.
TAKli notice licit Perry Gordon, of Van
couver, B. C, occupation salesman, intends
t,;  npply  lor  pel mission   1,,  purchase  the
following (lescribed  lulllls:
Commencing nt a pnsl plnnled nbuut 3
miles wesl ui the ensiern boundary ol British Coluoitil. and '/,-mile solltll nf the Red
Willow River and marked "P. G., N. E.
enmer" tlicnce suutli 80 chains; thence
wcsl Ku elmins; theuce portjl 80 chains;
Uieuce   ensl     Kn   chains      tu   tlle   point   of
commencement containing 640 acres inure
nr less.
Sepl 9. PERRY CORDON.
March .-mil., mn. W   II.  Harrison, agt.
I'liACIi RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
Dislriel   ol  Cnl,,.,,.
TAKE lioticc Umt Vincent Arinil.ilie, nf
Vancouver, B. c. occupation laborer, in-
tetiili I., applv for permiss!,1.1 tu purchase
lhe lollowing ilesiribeil lands:
Ci nelici-.   at u pnst   planted ali.uil   3
miles vvesi .,1 the cistern boundary ol British Columbia und li mile south iil the Red
Willow River nml marked "». A., S. W.
ciitmlr" llience north 80 chains; tlicnce e-^t
Kn chuins; theuce snuth 80 clinins; thence
wesi Ku chuius lu lhe puint nf cummenee-
meiii, Contuining ,40 acres nmre ur less.
Sepi. .,. VINCENT ARM1TAGE.
March -'.'111, mil   IV   II.   Hurrison, ugt.
I'liACIi RIVER LANII DISTRICT.
Districl  01 Caribou.
TAKli nolice that .Mary Ruth Crossip,
,,l Vancouver, It. C. occuiiation spinster,
intends 1 > applv for permission to purchase the following described lnnds:
Commencing nl a post planted about 3
miles west ..I iiie eastern boundary ni British Colombia and I.', miles siun!, nl the Red
Willow River mid murked "JJ, U f., N.
W. c,irncr" thence .snuth Hu chums; iheuce
cusl 80 chains; thence 11,,rth 80 chains;
lliei.ee vvlsl Ha clmins tn the polllt of com-
inciieeluenl, vujilniiiitig 640 acres more ur
less.
Sept.9. MARV RUTH CROSSIN.
Mardi 23rd.; 1911. iv. il. Harrison, ugt.
I'liACIi RIVliR LA.ND DISTRICT.""
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Alyee Phelps, oi Vnucouvcr, B. C. occupation spinster, intends
lo npplv for permission to purchnse the
lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted abuut 3
miles west ,,l the ensiern boundary nl British Columbia and 6. miles soutii uf the Red
Willow River and murked "A. P., S. W.
enrner" tnence nurtli Ko chnius; thence
east Ko cliains; llience south Ku chains;
theuee west So cliains tu tiie puint nf commencement, containing 640 ucres mure or
Sepl.9. ALYCE PHELPS.
March 23rd.,  I9H. W. II. Hurrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAXdIjISTRICTT--
District ol Cnrihuo.
TAKE notice thnt Alice .lane Webster,
nf Vancouver, B. C. occuiiation spinster,
intends to apply fur permissinn to purchase  the lollowing descrihed  lands:
Commencing at u pust planted ahnut 3
miles west nl tlle eastern boundary ol British Columbia and 6', miles south of the Red
Willow River und murked "A. J. VI., N.
Ii. corner" Ihcnce smith 80 clinins; tlicnce
west 80 chnins; thence north 80 chains;
thencc cnst Ho cliains to tlie point of commencement, cuiilaiuing 640 acres mure or
less.
Scpt.9. ALICE JANE WEBSTER.
Marcli .'3rd., 1911. w. Ii. Harrison, ugt.
'PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT,
District nf Curibuo.
TAKli notice that .lohn H. Morrison, ol
Vuncouver, II. C.     occupation gentleman,
inieiuls in npplv lor permission to purchase  the following described lands:
Commencing at a post plauted about 3
miles west ni Uic eastern boundary ol Brit-
ish Columbia anil li', miles smith nf the Red
Willow River and marked "J. II. M., S.
Ii. Curner" Iheuce It,.rth 80 chuins; thenee
wcsl 8,, chuins; thelice snuth Ho chnins;
thence easl Ku chains In the puint nf commencement und containing (140 ucres mere
or less.
S.lil.9. JOHN II. JtORRISON.
March 23rd.,  mil. W. H.  llnrrisun, ngt.
PEACE RIVER I.AND DISTRICT.
District nl Curlbuo.
TAKli notico Hint Willinm Juhn Hindi-
lili ui  Edmonton,  Alia., occupation prus-
peclor, intends iu upply fur permission tu
purclmse llie lullowing descrilied lands:
Commenciiig al n posl planted about 3
miles wesl ,,| llie eastern boundary of British Columbia ami I'i miles smilh nf the Red
Willow Rner and marked "W. .1. IL, N.
W. crner" theuce sunth 80 chnins; tliencc
cast   Kn   chnins;      llience   nurtli   Ko  chnins;
t.ieuce west Kn chuins in the poliit of commencement, containing h.|u ucres more or
less.
Scpy.9,    WILLIAM JOHN IIINCHLIFI.
.March .'itti., mn. w. II. Harrison, ugt.
PEACE RIVER I.ANIl DISTRICT.
District nl Cariliun.
TAKli  nnliee  lh.it    Harvey  Cliftuii,   nf
Vain,niece,  II. C. occupation curucliter, inteiuls lu applv |.,r permissiun  tu purchase
the following described l.uuls:
C melicilig  ul  .1  posl   planled about  3
miles wesi nl Uic eastern boundary ul British Cullirabln ami 1', miles s li "I the Red
Willow River .mil mnrked "II. ('., N. Ii.
euruer" thencc south Kn clmins; llience
wcsl Hn in.mis: theuce norlh 811 ehnins;
Ihcnce ensl Ku clmins lu llie puint ni cnlli-
incnccniciit contnining 640 acres more or
less.
Sepl 9. IIARVEV CLIFTON,
Mnrch .'ilk , mn   «   II   Harrison, agt,
I'liACIi lilt ER  I.ASD DISTRICT.
I'liACIi RIVliR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Caribuo.
TAKli nolice Umt Andrew Cook, oi Vnn
cuiiver, 11. C. occupation collector, intend..
Di
,.[ Cj
TAKli
mliee tlmi Frank Mnore, ol
II. C. ,«lupntloii salesman, in-
tenda 1,, apply l,,t permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at n pusi  plauted nbout 3
miles wesi oi ihe eastern boundary of Brit.
ish C,lmul.la and 4', miles solltll of the Red
Willow River nnd marked"!''. M., S. W.
curner" thcuco north Rn chuins; llience east
811 chnius; llience smith Ku clininS; theuce
wcsl Ku eliuins lu tlie point uf cummence-
ment cnlllnining (i|n acres mnre nr less.
Sont.9. FRANK MOORE.
March 24th., l.o.  W.  11.  Hurrison, ngt,
PEACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICT,
Dislrict nl Cariboo,
TAKE nutiee that Edward Rudley, ol
Vniicuuver, 11. C. occuuatlon carpenter, intends tn apply Inr permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at ., pust piunted nbuut 3
miles wesl nl the eastern boundary nf British Columbia and 2% miles suulh nl the Red
Willow River and mnrked "E. R., N. E.
enmer" llience snuth Ho chuius; thencc
west 80 chnins; thence nnrth Ro cliudiis;
thence east 80 chnins to the puint ol Com-
mencement containiug 640 acres mure or
less.
Sept.9. EDWARD RADI.EV.
.March 2211c].,  1911. W.  11. Ilurrisnii, ngt.
PEACE RIVliR LAND DISTRICT,
District nl Carilmn.
TAKE nnliee  Unit     Mitry  Cameron,  nl
Vancouver, B. C, occupation stenographer
intends tu apply fur permissiun  lo purchuse   lhe luliuwing deserihed   lnnds:
Commencing at u pust planted nbuut 4
miles west nl tlie eastern boundary ai Brit-
isli Columbia uud 4 miles nnrth uf Hie Red
Willow River and mnrked "M. C, S. E.
curncr" thence nortli 80 chains; thence
west, 80 clin.ns; thence suuth 811 chnins;
Uienee east 80 chains tn the point oi commencement containing (140 ucres mure or
less.
Sept.9. MARY  CAMERON.
Murch 17th., 1911. W. II. llnrrisun, agt.
Cummencing nt a pust plnnted about 3
miles west uf lhe eusterii boundary nl Bril-
isll Columbia nnd l'. miles snuth ul the Red
Willuw River and mnrked "P. R., S. li.
corner" thencc north 811 chains; theuce
west   80   chnins;   llience   suulh   Ro   chnius;
thencc east Ku clmins tu tlie puint ui commencement cniiti-ining 6411 ucres mure nr
less.
Sept.91 PETER   RAYNOI.DS.
Mnrch 24th.,   1911.  W. 11.  llnrrisun, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAN!) DISTRICT, ,
District at Curibuu.
TAKE nnliee tlmt Michael Sunders, nf
Vniicuuver, B. C. uccupution accountant,
intends tu upply Inr penuissiuu tn purcli-
anc the fulluwing described binds:
Commeneing nt a pust planted about 5
miles west uf the eastern b Inry nt British Columbia and 1 miles aoutli ni Use Red
Willuw Kiver am! marked "M, S., ti. _,
comer" thence south 80 chnins; llience
west 80 chuins; Uienee nurth Ho clinins;
Hience eust Ho ehnins tn Hie point oi com.
mencement containing ..|u acres mure ur
less.
Sept.9. MICHAEL SANDERS.
Mareh 25th., 1911. W. II. Harrison', agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District nf Cariboo.
TAKE uuticc that Seath tlnllitli ni Van-
couver,  B.   C.  uccuputiun  Inljurcr,  intends
tu   upply   lul   periuissiiui   In   purchuse   the
Inlluwiiig descrilied lands:
Commencing at a pusi plnnted about 5
miles west nt tlle enstern boundary ui British Columbia mil! 2 miles smilh ,,l lhe Red
Willuw River uud mnrked "S. G,, ti. VI.
curncr" Uieuce suuth Bu chuins; thenee
eust 80 ehnins-; llience in,rlh Ko cliains;
theno.. west Hu chains tn the point ,,f commencement, containing 6411 acres mnre nr
Sept. 9. SEATH GRIFFITH.
less.
Mnrch 25th., 1911. W. II. llnrrisun, ngt.
PEACE RIVER I.AND DISTRICT.
District nf Curibuo.
TAKE nntiee that Murgnret Munro, ol
Vancouver, B. C. occupation stenngrapher,
intends In apply fur permissinn  tu purchase the fulluwing descrihed lnnds:
Commencing at a pust planted alnait i
tpiles wesl uf tiie eastern boundary nl British Columbia -ml 4 miles nnrth of the Red
Willuw Rlvcr ami marked "M, M-, ti. fi.
corner" thence snuth Ru chailis; thence
west 80 chains; theuee north 80 chuins;
Uieuce east 80 cliains to the point nt entn-
mencemeut and containing 640 acres mure
nr leas,
Rept.q, MARGARET Ml'NRO.
March  17th., 1911. W.  H- Harrisnii, «g|.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT,
District of Curlbuo.
TAKE notice that Clarence Nichols, of
Vuncmiver, B. C. oecupatiun accountant,
intends to apply fur permissiun tu purchnse the inlluwiiig descrihed lnnds:
Commencing at a post planted nbout 5
miles west uf tlic eastern boundary uf British Columbia and 2 miles north nf the Red
Willuw River nnd murked "C. N., S. E.
enmer" Ihcnce north Ho chains; thencc
ti'est 80 cliniii.; thfiice smith Ho chains:
thenee eas| 80 chains to tbe point of commencement containing km acres mnre or
less.
Sept.9. CLARENCE NICH0,,S.
Mnrcli 21st., 1911.   W. II. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District nl Curibuo.
TAKE notice that Tliiimns Archibald, ol
Vancouver, B. C. uccupatiun clerk, Intends
tn apply fur permission to purchnse the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planled abuut 3
mlles wesl oi.llie enstern boundary of Brit-
ish Columbia and 1 miles north nf the Red
Willuw River and mnrked "T- A,, E- E.
curncr" thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to the puint of commencement containing 640 acres more ur
less.
Sept.9. THOMAS ARCHIBALD.
March 2191., 1911.   W, II, Harrison, ugt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT,
District ol Cariboo,
TAKE nutiee thnt Napulenu Brown, ni
Vanciuvar, I] C. occupation luliurer, intends tn anply l„r permission to purcliase
the Inlluwiiig described lunds:
Commencing nt a post planted about 5
miles west of tlle eastern boundary nl British Collimliia and 4 milos sndth nl the Red
Willow Mlvir and marked "ti. B., S. IV.
comer" inepce iiurth 80 chains; thence east
80 chains; thencc snuth Hu chains; tiience
west 80 chains to tlic point ui commence-
ment, cuntaining 640 ncres mnrc nr less
Sept.9. NAP0J.EON BROWN.
March .4U1,, |9||, w, II. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVliR LAND DISTRICT.
District uf Caribuo,
TAKE notice lhat David O'Brien, oi
Vancouver, B. C. occupation ennk, intends
In apply fur perniission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commenciiig al » pom planleil about 3
miles west ni the enstern boundary uf British Columbia und 2 miles nnrth iii the Red
Willow River and marked"D. 0., S. W.
enmer" llience nnrth 80 chuins; thence east
80 chains; thonce south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains to the point ol commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Sept.9. DAVID O'BRIEN,
Mnrch -1st., 1911.   W. II, Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that James Coulter, ol
Vancouver, B. C. occupation teamster, intends to apply fur permission to purchase
the lollowing describod lands:
Commencing at a post planted nbout 3
miles wpsf. ol the eastern boundary ot British Columbia and 2 miles north nt tiio Red
Willow River, and marked ",!, C, ti. W.
corner" tlieucs south Ku chains; thence
east 80 chains; thenco liortll 80 chains;
thencc west 80 chains to puint oi commencement cuntnin'og 640 ncres more or
less.
Scpt.9. -AJIES COULTER.
Mnrch 2ist., 1911.   W. H. Harrison, ngt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Alplumse Amend, of
Vniicuuver, B. C. occupation joiner, intends
to apply fur permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing nt a pnst planted abuut 5
miles west nf the eastern boundary uf Brit
ish Cnlumljia and 4 miles north of the Red
Willuw River end marked "A'. A., N. W.
comer" thence snuth 80 chnins; thence
enst 80 chains; theuce nortii 80 chains;
llience wost 80 chailis In thc puint ol commencement, containing . 630 ncres mure nr
less.
Sept.9. ALPHONSE AMAND.
Murch 20th., 1911. W.   .1.  Hurrison, ngt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District oi Carillon.
TAKE nnliee thnt Clifiurd Caldwell, ol
Vancouver, II. C, oecupatiun laborer, intends to apply fur permissinn lu purchase
the following described lnnds:
Commeucilig at a pust piunted about 5
miles west ul the enstern boundary ,,f British Columbia nud 4 miles south of lhe Red
Willow River und mnrked "C. C„ N. E.
comer" thence snuth 80 chains; theneb
west 88 chnins; thence nnrth 80 chains;
thence east 80 chuins tu the puint oi commencement cuntaining 640 acres mure ur
less.
Sept.9- CLIFFORD CALDWELL,
Murch  20th., 1911. W. II.  Harrison, ugt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ul CuDfhon.
TAKE notice that Vance Van Allen, of
Vuncmiver, B. C. occupation clerk, intends'
npply for permiss'on to purchase the fab
lowing descriiicd lands:
Cummencing at a pnst planted about 5
miles west of the eastern boundary ut Brit
ish Columbia and 4 miles nurth 01 the Red
Willuw River ami marked "V. V. A., S;
W. corner" thence north 80 chnins; thencc
ensl 80 chains; thencc smith 811 chuius;
thencc west 80 chains tn the point uf commeucemenl containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sopt.9. VANCE VAN ALLEN.
March 20th., 1911, W. II. llnrrisun, ugt.
PEACE RIVliR LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Curiboo,
TAKE notice that Allen Then, of Vancuuver, B. C. occuputiuii salesman, intends
tn apply iur penuissiuu tu purchase the
inlluwiiig descrilied hinds;
Commencing ut 11 pust plnnted ubuut 5
miles west 01 tlie eastern boundary nl British Columbia and 4 miles nnrth oi the Red
Willow 1 River and marked "A. T., S. E.
corner" thence norlli 80 chains; thelice
west 80 chains; thencc south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to the point ol commencement contuining 640 acres inure or
less.
Sepl.9. ALLEN THEN.
March 20th., 1911. W. H. Ilarrismi, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Diatrict of Carilioo.
TAKE  notice    thai  Peler  Rnynilds,  ot
Vaucouver, B. C. occupation ngent, intends
to apply ior permission to purchase tlie
luliuwing described lands:
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District oi Caribou,
TAKE nntiee that Ellic Mable Parent,
at Vancuuver, B. C, occupation spinster,
intends tu apply for dermissinn tu purchase the fulluwing described lundi:
Commencing at a pust planted uhaut 3
miles west of thc eastern boundary ui Brit
isll ColumMu and 5 miles smith id the Red
Willuw River mid luurkud I'H. M. P., N.
W. curner" thenct} s.optb' Ro chuins; tlicnce
eust 80 chains; llience nnrth 80 chains;
thence tyest 80 chains to the point of cummencement, cuutiiiniug 640 neres mure ur
l-SS.
Seiil.9. EKFIE MABLE PARENT,
March jjlh., 19U. W, H. Harrisun, agt.
PEACE RIVER I.ANU DISTRICT.
District of Caribou.
TAKE notice that Blanch Mary Wilkins,
il Vuneiiiipcr, B. C. oceupatlou spinster,
ntends tn npply lor permiaslun to purch-
ise the foliuwing described lauds:
Commeucilig at a post planted about 5
miles west 01 the eastern boundary of British Cuium-iii and 5 miles south of the Red
IVillow River, and marked "B. M. VI., N.
E. corner" thence south 80 chains; thencc
west 80 clinins; thencc north 80 chuins;
thence east 80 chnins to the puint of com-
meuviement cuntniniug 640 ncres more or
less,
iept.9.        BLANCH MARY WILKINS.
Mnrcli 25th., 1911. IV. H. Harrisun, ugt
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District oi Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Peter Delnng, ol Vancuuver, B. C. occupation accountant, in-
lends to apply Inr permission tu purchase
thf lollowing dtnerllied lands'
Commencing at a pust planted ahnut 5
miles wcsl ui the eastern boundary nf British Columbia and 4 miles soutii ol the Red
W'lh.w River and marked "P. |)., S. E.
curner" t|ieuce nnrth Su chnins; thencc
west 80 chains; tlu'tcc south 80 chailis;
thencc easl 80 chains to the point of com-
mvtl.crimnt, containing 640 acres mure ur
less,
Sept.9, PETER BELONG.
March 24th., 1911, W. II. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict oi Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Robert Bucley, ol
Vancouver, B. C. oecupatiun clerk, inteiuls
to apply lor permission to purchase the
luliuwing described lands:
Cummencing at a pnst plnnted ubout 5
miles west of the eastern boundary oi British Columbia and 4 milcs north oi the Ked
Willow Riv>r and nmrkeil "R. B,, ti. W.
curner" thfuce suuth 8q cha'us; ihellce east
80 chains; thence Hurl Ko eliams, thence
West Ho chuins to the poipt ol commencement cuntaiuiog 640 ones mun: or less.
St'111,9, ROBERT BU.T.IiV.
_MMcll_34tll1,_l9lL_V    H. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT;
Distriet ui Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Peter Murshall, oi
Vancouver, B. C. occupation accountant,
intends to apply for permissiun lu purchnse thc luliuwing descrihed lunds:
Commencin. ut n pust planted ahnut 5
miles west uf tlic eusterii boundary uf British Columbia aud 4 miles sudlli ,,'f tlie Red
Willuw River nnd marked "P. .31., N. E.
corner" thence smith 80 chums thence
wesl 80 chains; tliencc norlh 80 chuins;
thence enst 80 chains in the puint ul com-
liielicemenland containing 640 acres more
ur less.
Sept. 9. PETER MARSHALL.
March 24th., 1911. w. II. Harrisun, ogt.
PEACE RIVER LAND "DISTRICT!
Districl ,,l Cariboo,
TAKE nolice thnl Frederick Bell, ol
Vancouver, B. C. occupation clerk, intends
tn apply lor permission to purchase the
lollowing described lands;
Commencing at a pnst planted abuut 5
miles west ill tlie eusterii boundary oi British Columbia and 4 ciiuins suuth ul the Red
Willuw River and murked "F, II., S. W.
curner" thence nurth Ho chains; thence
ensl 80 chains; thenee suuth 80 chnius;
thence west 80 chains tu the puint ol commencement containing 640 acres mure or
less.
Sept.9. FREDERICK BELL.
March 24th.,  1911.  W. 11. Harrisun, agt.
~ PEACE" RIVliR LAND DISTRICT.
District ui Cariboo.
TAKE notice Unit Juhn Allred Hamilton, uf Vancuuver, B. C. occupation gent-
leinun, intends tn apply Iur permissiun to
purchase  lhe ftillnwiug descrilied  lands:
Commencing at a pust planted nbuut 5
miles west uf the eastern boundary nf Brit'-
ish Cullllilbiil und 4 chains suuth nl the Red
Willuw River und murked "J. A. II., S.
E, curner" thence nnrth Ro eliuins; theuce
west 80 chains; thenee south 811 chnins;
theuce east 80 chains tn the point ul commencement, containing 640 acres mure or
less.
Sept.9. JOHN ALFRED HAMILTON.
March  J4II1.,   1911.   w.   II.   llnrrisun,  ugt,
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTKld1..
Disirici ul Caribuu.
TAKE imtice thut Ethel Hicks oi Van
emtver, B. C. occupation spinster, intends
tn upply for permission tu purcita-o the
fulluwing described binds:
Commencing nt u pnst planted about '
miles west of the enstern bonndnry ol Dm'
ish Cnliinibiu nnd 4 clmins suuth ui the Red
Willuw Kner und murked "_, 11., N. W.
•orner" thence BOUtll 80 chuins; tliencc
eust 80 ciiuins; tliencc nortli 80 chains;
tliencc wcsl 80 chains tu the point ol cum-
mencement containing 640 neres mure or
less.
Sept.?. ETHEL HICKS.
Murch 24th., mnMV^Ji^Iurrisnnjagt^
PEACE RIVliR i.AND DISTRICT;	
District nl Curilino.
TAKE nntiee Hint William Hicks, ol
Vuncouver, B. C, occupation gciilleman, intends to apply fur permission t„ purcliase
the following described lauds:
Commencing at a pnst planted ubout <
mll« west uf lhc eastern boundary of Brit,
lab Columbia nnd 4 chuins smith ol the Red
Willow River und murked ;'W. II., N. E.
corner" thence soutii 80 chuins; thenee
west 80 chmins; Ihcnce north 80 chains;
thencc east 80 chains tn the point nl com-
meucelilelit, containing 610 ucres more or
less.
Scpt.9. WILLIAM HICKS.
March -.|lh., 1911. W. II. Harrison, agt,
TEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict ul Curibuu,
TAKE imtice tlmt Jacob Henderson, oi'
Vancouver, II. C. uccuputiun julncr, intends
'"   apply   Inr   perinissiun   lu   purchase   the
illowlng described lunds:
Commencing ut a pnst plnnted about i
miles west 01 the easleru boundary nl British Columbia and ijj miles suutli „! th, b„|
Willuw Kiver and marked "J. USE
cornor thence north 80 chains;' thence
west o chuins, Uienee soulh 80 clinins;
nee enst Hu clmins t„ Hie point ni com-
less'™"""'' CI"'U'"'"R 64n acres mure or
Sept.9. MICHAEL GREY..
March 26th,, 1911. w. 11. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ul Carihuu.
c^n""'.* """ Jo.ob ^'"""i °' Van-
couver B (,. occupat,,,,, Jollier, intends
to apply Iur permissiun t„ putcliuse the
lullowing described  lunds:
Comnieneing nt a pnst planted about 6
miles west ul thc eusterii boundary 1.1 Bril-
ish Columbia and 1% miles north ol the Red
Willow River and murked "J. NNK
corner" thence soutii 80 cliains; thence
west 80 chains; thence nnrth 80 chums-
thence eust 80 chains to tlic ,,„j„t „! cum'
mencement containing 64" acres mure ur
less.
Scpt.9 JACOB NELSON.
Mnrcli 26th., 1911.W. II. Harrisun, agt.
PEACE RIVER LANDDISTRICT." ~ ~
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice Hint Harvey Grielinour, ol
Vancouver, B. C. uccuputiun carpenter, inteiuls  lu apply lur perniissinn eo purcliuse
the fullowing descrilied lands:
Cummencing at a   post   planted  about  6
miles west ui the eastern boundary of Brit-
ish Columbia und 3,. miles smilh of the Red
Willow Rlvcr and murkcil "H. G. S E
comer" thence nortli 80 chains; tliencc
west 80 chums,- theuce smith 80 chains,
thence eust 80 chains tu tne point, oi oommenoement containing 64u acres more or
less.
Scpt.9. HARVEY CRIELMOUR.
___i'.vll Win,  I9U^_W. H. Harrisun, ngt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT^	
District ul Cariboo.
(AKE notice thut Michael Grey, al Vancuuver, B. C. uccupatiun sign painter, intends to apply iur permission to purchase
the Inlluwiiig described binds:
Commencing at a post piunted about 6
miles west ol the enstern boundary nl British Columbia and 3)i miles smith of the Red
Willow Rtver and marked "M. G. N. E
enrner thence suuth 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chuins;
Uienee east So chuins to the point oi commencement, cuiilaiuing 640 acres more or
SepCS, MICHAEL GREY.
JLir.h 25th.,  1911, W, Il^Hujriwuijagt.
PEACE RIVliR LAND DISTRICT;      '
«,.-, District ol Caribuo.       \
TAKE  notice  thut  Robert Andersoo,  ol
Vancouver, D. c. uccuputiun laborer, in-
t'ends to apply l„r permissinn lu purchuse
the lollowing descrihed lauds:
Commenciiig at a nnst plauted about 6
miles west ol the eastern boundary of Brit-
isll Columbia and 4J, miles south ul the Red
Willuw River ami marked "R. A., N E
curner" tlicnce south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence nnrth 80 chains'
Uieuce ensl 80 chains to the point nl com-
ni-iicemenl cuntaining 640 acres more or
less.
•*__.-; ROBERT  ANDERSON.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT!	
District oi Caribuo.
TAKE notice that Chorles Forrester, oi
Vniicuuver, B. C. oecupatiun clerk, intends
to npply (,,r permissinn tu purchase the
inlluwiiig described lands:
Commencin- nt a post planted about 6,
miles wesi ul lhe eastern hnuiidary nl Brit-
sh Columbia and 2'/, miles north ol the Re*
Willow River aiid marked "C. F., N. %
comer" thence soutli 80 chains- thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains,
llience east 80 chains to the point oi commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
__pt-9. CHARLES FORRESTER.
PEACE RIVERLANDDISTRICT.	
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnl Charles Hennessy of
. ancouver B. C. occupation merchant, intends to apply for iiermission to purchase
the loiluwing described lunds:
Cummencing ut u pust planted about 6,
miles wesl nf the eusterii boundary nl British Columbia ond 1% milcs nurth ol Uic Red
Willuw River and marked "C. H., S E.
curner" thence nnrth 80 chains;' thence
west 80 chains; thence suuth 80 cliains;
thencc .ast 80 chains tn thc point of commencement containing 749 »cres more or
less.
__P<-9.  CHARLES HENNESSY.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT	
District o! Cariboo.
TAKE notice thut Juhn Bartlett, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupalion accountant
intends to apply for permission to purchase the lullowing described lands:
Commencing at a pust planted about 6
miles west of tbe eastern boundary nf British Columbia and Vmilc north ni the feed
Willuw River and marked "J. 8., N. E.
comer" tbence south 80 chains; thence
w'est 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to the point ol cummencement containing 640 ncres more or
less.
Sept.9- JOHN BARTLETT.
March 26th., 1911. _W1_H^ Harrison, agt,
PEACE RIVER LAND "DISTRICT;   ~
District oi Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Leonard Mackie, ot
Winnipeg, Man., occupation Clerk, intends.
to apply for jiermission 10 purchase the
lollowing described lands:
Cummencing at a post planned about 1
mile west ol the eastern boundary of Brit-
ish Columbia and 4 miles nurth nl the Red
Willow River und marked "L. M., N. _.
comer" thence soutii 80 chains; thenci:
.west 80 chains; thencc north 80 chnins;
thence east 80 chains to the puint oi cummencement, cuntaining 640 acres morc or
less.
Sept. 9. LEONARD MACKIE.
March 15th., 1911.   W. fi. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVERLAND DISTRICT.
Districl ol Carihoo.
TAKE nutiee that Geprge Henr)' Tneey
oi Vancouver, B. C. uccupatiun uccupatiun
metal-worker intends tn apply lor permis-
Slon to purchase tbe loiluwing described
lands:
Cummencing at a pnsl planted abont 1
miie west ul tiie eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4 miles north ol Hie Red
Willuw River and murked "G. II. T., S
I'., curlier" thence nurth 80 chains; thence
wcsl 80 chains; thence soutii 80 chains;
thenee enst 80 chains to point ol com-
meneemeol, containing 640 acres mure or
iess.
Sept. 9. GEORGE HENRY TACEY.
March 13th., 1911.   W. H. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District oi Caril.no.
TAKE nntiee that Cecil Alfred Bolt, of
Vancouver,  B.  C.   occupation   engineer,  intends to apply for permission tu purchase
the fulluwing descrihed lands:
Commencing nt a _inst piunted about I
mile west ul the eastern boundary uf Brit-
h Columbia and 4 miles mirth of the Red
Willuw River und marked "C. A. B., S.
W. curner" tliencc nnrth 80 chains; thence
cast 8n chains; tlicnce snuUi 80 chains;
tliencc west 80 chains tn point ol cumme--
cement, conta'tiitig 640 acres mnre or less.
Sept, 9 CECIL ALFRED BOLT.
Murcli 15th., 1911._w. II. Harrison, agl.
PEACE RIVER LAND Di_._KlCT;
District oi Cnriboo.
TAKE notice that Winnilred Mary Stevens nf Vancouver, B. C. occupation spins-
intends   tn apply tor permission to
purchuse the fullowing described lands:
Commencing ul a pnst plunOed obout I
mile west ul the enstern Boundary of Brit,
ish Columbia and 4 miles north ol the Red
Willow River, and murked "II. M. S., S.
VI. Curner" thencc nnrlh 80 chains; thence
east go chains'; thence south 80 chailis;
Uienee west 80 chnins to the point oi
commencement, containing 640 ncres mnre
nr less.
SEP. 9.    WINNIFRED MARY STEVEN'S.
2Iu'ch 22nd., 1911, W. H, Harrison, ugt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT,
District of Caribuo.
TAKI! notict that Mace Garvcy, ul Vou-
ctitiver, B. C. occupation joiner, intends to
apply Inr permission  lo purchase  the loiluwing described lunds:
Coinmcncinp at a post planted about 5
uiiles west ol the eastern boundary of British Cnlillitliiii nnd 2 miles suutli of thr Red
Willow River nnd murked "M. G., S. W.
comer" theuce north 80 chuins; thence
east 80 chains; thenoe south 80 chnins;
thence west 80 chains tu the point of commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. MACS GARVBV.
March .'..111.,  1911. W. H. Harrison, tgt. A Strangers
ressions. !•«*
Satifo.
Over 300 milcs from Fort
Goorge tho Canadian Pacific
railway dumps down the intending Bottler of the north
oountrj, in the piirclwd little
town of Ashcroft. There amidst
potutoos nnd heavy freight
wuggons with quuint high enn-
vus tops he will probably bargain with grimy ehaffouri., who
olamour fur the priveledge oi
bearing him north in uutomo-
biles of different merits. Thon
he will breakfast, as if ho came
by the evening train from Vancouver, before starting over the
17ti miles of up-and-down hill,
that separate him from the
steamer landing at Soda Creek.
Hut all cannot travel in automobiles, for the charge is *2_
to Soda Creek, and *35 to thi
town of Quesnel, should connection not bo made at the former pluce with ^ the B. C. Ex
hross company's boat, that
runs from there. The othert
walk or, if they are real home-
seekers with a little money,
drive their teams north, pasturing their beasts by the way-
Bido as much as possible to av.
oid buying the very expensive
feed. Many such out-fits an
passed on the road, the husband walking and the wife
driving with the family parrot
swinging from the seat. Behind
in the waggon is every kind oi
impedjmonta from the babj
downwards, ond tho old cow
follows patiently behind.
But however tho journey is
made, it is full of interest. The
traveller unused to a dry belt
feels an emptiness of soul, as
he rises over _h_ sage brush
hills, that encircle Ashcroft,
looking • like vast dumps ol
worthless soil, and is amazed
to be told, that they need the
touch of irrigation to be covered with the verdure that at
present hush the water-course!
running far bolow. Then at the
turn of the road a jangling of
bells is heard, and i there is one
of the froight outfits, six or seven teams of horses hitched to
three waggons roped together,
so thut ohe man may look after
a treble charge. He either seat.
himself postilion like on one of
tho wheelers, or makes use of a
plough seat stuck on the side of
the foremost wagon.
The resthoiises along the way
are solid legacies of the old
goldrush days, when the miners
of '58 wont north to the famous
Cariboo diggings nt Barkerville
and William's Creok. Prosperous farmers inhabit them, for
once over the divide and away
from the dry arid pine-sprink-
ed hilltops the traveller descends into a fine stock-raising
country, of open park-like
spaces, and lightly wooded
slopes. It will be somewhere in
this country that the first night
will probably be spent, and the
good 50-cent meals and beds
will refresh the weary and rec
onsile the city man to the lost
of all that he has left behind
him.
But wo can not linger on tht
trail, and   the auto rounds a
sharp bond   to open up    the
Fraser flowing  far bolow in b
valloy from which the dark-timbered bench-lands rise 500 feet
on either side. Below the landing the   swirling river plunger
into the   Soda Creek canyon,
which prevents any navigation
further south. From this point
up to  Quesnel   the country it
very sparcely settled, but hen
and there a lino ranch meets the
eye,   where  crops of oats and
hay aro   raised. Then Quesne'
comes into sight, und the jealous little town, that hnB livec'
for fifty years on the trndo of
the Barkervillo mines, is full of
"knockers", that will gpoak nc
good word for Fort Oeorgo and
the north. Many a foolish settler, that  has started without
counting  the   cost,    has been
turned  back from    this point
Lured by advertcisments, rosily
worded nnd all to full of rasl
promises, they leave their job-
to exhaust their few savings or
the trail Work is not so easy to
find as they expected, and along
the route they hear all kinds of
bad reports.   If they get past
Quesnel and decide to walk the
reBt of tho way, they will undoubtedly bo     discouraged  at
some of tho country that borders tl« truil  on the   road to
South Kort George, for it traverses some stretches of country
where   jack-pine    and     graVel
ridges  are  muds   in evidence.
However,  if  the   traveller Iris
pluck,, and continues on W„ way
he will, us ho upproache* this
place, find    himself ugnin in n,
rank vogitation with soil underfoot that will nourish.and raise
crops thai, will compare favorably with any othor section of
tho province.   And    when the
goal is reached,    nnd after de-
cending the  last  hill, he finds
himself looking down upon the
little new town of South Fort
George, nestling cozily on a
splendid level .lench of the Fraser Biver, with the white steamboats lying at their moorings
unloading freight, whilst the
hum of a sawmill on the bank
of the river is heard, with bhe
prospect of good meals and a
comfortable bod to sleep in he
is glad that he is thero, and as
Lhe days pass byo and he goes
abroad.to see the land and the
true possibilities of the place he
becomes infected with the su-
bliimo spirit of optimism that
ore'spreads the place and settles
.town amonst this progressive
(leople to await the coming of
the G. T. P. stool, now in the
list tint vi. tn.
There are many who huvo run
the gauntlet of the "knockers"
along the trail, only to find
that when automobile and
..earner can no longer carry
them, their courage ebbs to a
vanishing point just as their
.eeming goal ut Fort George is
.oachod. But he who has first
'minted tho cost, and knows
of the conditions of life in new
lands, will likewise know that
Kort George is but the centre
jumping-off place for the land
leekor to head for. And there
too begins thc expensive pro-
.ess of locating a suitable portion of mother earth.
Tho settler will learn soon
after the steamer brings up
igainst the landing that practically the whole of the land in
ehe vicinity of Fort George,
which is suitable for farming,
Atis already been taken up by
men who got on the scene .before
him. A great deal of it belongs
low to realty companies, the
remainder to private individ-
jals, and pre.emptors. If he
.vishes to locate near the city
which it appears certain will
jrow around the meeting place
of the Kraser and Nechaco, he
must buy.
On the other hand, should he
wish to take up government
and under the pre-emption
system, he must head northward where a tract of 250,000
teres has recently been thrown
open for the purpose by the provincial government.
The land recording for the
whole of this district has, up
till lately, been situated in
Barkerville, and there owing to
the enormous number of applications which were received
and for other reasons, a considerable amount of leeway has
to be made up. However the
royernment office has now been
built on land adjoining the
Hudson's Bay store, and from
it the surrounding country will
in future be administered. Officials are installed and matters
are being straightened out considerably.
It is probable that of the
large pre-emption tract mentioned a considerable amount
will be found to be covered by
previous applications for purchase, and in a lesser degree it
may happen that land now apparently staked will be found
to lie open.
However this may be, accurate information may now be obtained on the spot by the lank
seeker. Here, as on the prairies,
ire land cruisers and locators,
for a reasonable sum these men
wilj locate the settler, but since
the government has issued
maps showing the areas available for pre-emptors it has be-
tome a very much easier matter
ior the land-seeker to locate a
pre-emption.
LOCAL AND DISTKICT,
W, H. Stonehum, Inspector
if branches for the Bank of II.
N. A. was a visitor heruthif:
week on his annual tour.
•J. 0. Williamson, of tlw firm
of Hamilton &. Williamson, gen-
iriil /merchants, at Stewart
Lake, arrived hore this week
with a scow and crew of In-
iiuns, to take in a loud of supplies for tho winter trade. The
Tops at Kort St. James, says
Mr.   Williamson,    nre  looking
For
Sale
N H WESLEY,
Nechaco.
River water-
frontage
Within one
mile of subdivisions
Apply to
Second street
Fort George Brick Co.
We are now prepared
to accept orders for
brick and lime. Also
to job by contract.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Jorgensen __ Knox
Proprietors
Laselle ave., South Fort Georg.
Districts ol
Fort George, Nechaco Valley, Fraier
Valley, Bulkley Valley md Stoney Creek
For Sale
Town Lots
Farm Lands
Garden Tracts
Government land for purchase
and pre-emption located.
For lull particulars apply to
Edward Roberts
Sales Agent. Notary Publip.
Insurance Agent, Auctioneer
Valuator.
Offices:
South Fort George and Fort George
Telegraphic address:
"Erin," Fort Oeorge, B.C.
Fort George
Drug Co.
This is season-   I •     !„•
able weather for UineJllICe
A large Block of which is always on hand.
Dnifra, Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Huasines, BookB, Stationery,
Toilet Articles, Drureists' Sundries
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 36.)
NOTICE is hereby given that
on the 12th day of September
next, application will be made to
the Superintendent of Provincial
police for the grant of a licence
for the sale of liquor by retail in
and upon the premises known as
Hotel Northern, situate at South
Fort George, upon the lands described as lots 14, 15, 16, block
11, 934
Eated this 12th day of Aug. 1911
ALBERT JOHNSON.
Diuolitioo of Partnersliip   '
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting
between the undersigned, as hotel proprietors, at South Fort
George, has this day been dissolved (by mutual consent).
The business will be wound up
by J. W. Cameron. All debts
owing to the partnership are to
be paid to him, and all claims
against the partnership are to be
presented at South Fort George
to J. W. Cameron by the claimants and will be settled by him.
Dated at South Fort George
this 24th day of July, 1911.
AL131.P.T JOHNSON
ROBERT MICHAEL BURNS
Witness:   J. W. Cameron.
line. The new waggon road to
.Stewart hike is bt.nt. UBcd a
/rent deal. Mr. Sidney Williams
ui-pcctor of Surveys, Vmde a,
record trip to Fort St J alines
from Quesnel, overland recently.
Do not fail to attend the
.how ut the Fort George Theatre next Thursday evening and
''ear the results of the Federal
elections.
HAMILTON & WHITE
PROPRIETORS
City Liverj|	
_____Md Feed Stables
Rigs, Saddle and Pack Horses furnished on short notice.
Draying of all kinds and excavating done. Feed of all sorts
continually kept on hand.
Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed.
FARM LANDS
M. C. WIGGINS
Real Estate
GARDEN TRACTS
Valuations and investments made for owners and out-of-
town buyers.
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.
HP
|Wm.Blair&Co.f
| WM. KENNEDY._Haaaiw.
Cor. Second and Mon Am, SOUIII FORT GEORGE, R. C.
Since the Indian Reserve was
sold realty values have risen,
but our prices on the most
complete line of general merchandise in the northern interior remain unchanged.
Call on us for prices.
tr
TO GET IN ON THE GROUND
FLOOR BUY NOW.
Every ground floor has its limitations. After all its space is
occuppied it's up to you to climb the stairs.
Don't climb the stairs for profitable
estate here. Get in before it is too late.
investment in real-
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 yon boy.   Write for acreage
N. H. WESLEY
Real Estate Special!.. Sonlh Fort George
PONT   BUY  ON   PAPTEP
We don't ask you to purchase South Fort George lots bv
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, saw mil]
pool hall, newspaper, two general stores, splendid
hotel, bakery, stationery store, mail-boat
landing, scores of buildings,
and crowds of satisfied buyers
WHITE FOB INFORMATION TO
NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT CO.
172 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B'C Tor the resident agent
g. e. Mclaughlin
Fourth Avenue, South Fort George
<f HEADQUARTERS)
pop
FORT GEORGE LANDS
TOD CAN STILL BUT
Good Land at Reasonable Prices
1  ___«OBV--7lUa-UUb.-T«raM. TIN* Pwf-ct.  '
Write for further information to
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
Genera] O-Bcmi _\% to M4 _tcti.po._Ui. Bid*, v_uiconr_r,B.c.
LoimIob Offices   e Old Jewry.
South Fort George Ofike, Second St. Russell R. WALKER, Sales Agent
PAID-UP CAPITAL,
•1,800,000.
Fort George Trading & Lumber Co., Limited
(Jp-riic.. of Stealers on Ae Fraser,Nechacou.   _____^_^_^__
Shirt Hirers Muufictireri of Luber   ^Klfi-lC^ to ""
All kinds of rough and dressed
Lumber for Sale
Phone: One-One ______        Mouldings
CHAg * «_£-_„.. Son*h Fort George
Occidental
otel
QUESNEL
B.C.
i
Liquor Act, 10IO
Section 35.
NOTICE is hereby given that on
the 30th day of August next, application will be made to the
superintendent of Provincial Police for the grant of a license for
the sale of liquor by retail in and
upon the premises known as the
Clarence Hotel, situate at South
Fort George, upon the lands described as lots 9 and 10, block 13,
Subdivison 933.
Dated this 29th day of July, 1911
ROBERT MICHAEL BURNS
. Applicant.
l'KACK KIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Diatrlct nf Cariboo.
TAKE notice tout I, Jolm Slrachan, ol
I'i.t.in, Ontario, occupation Gentleman, Intend! to apply lor permission to purchas.
tlie following i!e".rili.t! lande:-
south aoil 7 mlles west ol the South-east
corner ol the B. C. Oovernment  Reservi-
.inrk.il J. S.'e N. W. corner; thence south
lo chains;  thenee east Bo chains;  thence
uorth Ho chains; thence west Bo chaina to
imiiit  nl    ctimmenceinelit,  containing  640
teres.
lyil. JOHN STRACIIAN.
Murch ..oth., 1911.
Peace River Land Diet. - Dist. of Cariboo.
TAKB notice that William Matthew*, ol
Edmonton, Alta.,» occunation Insurance
Agent, intends to apply Inr permission to
ptwehase the foliuwing described landst-
Cotnmencing at a post planted 1 miles
south ut Selby's temporary Boundary Pust
at S. E. Corner ol Dominion Peuce River
Keserve, thence south 80 chains; theuce
west 80 chains: thence north 80 chains;
thence eust 80 chains,
.lyil. WILLIAM MATTHEWS.
March 31st. llll.     Albert Tate, agent.
Most modern up-to-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.
RATES $2.00 PER DAY UP
Weekly and monthly rates on application
Wire for rooms Wire for rooms >
Assets Eicce. Fifty _____ Dollar.
ik Bank of British North America
Tour money li utter In tbe Bank than in jour home or In your
pocket. It ti not tied up. You can get lt out at any time without delay. NOTES discounted. Local and foreign Dt_it_ bought
and sold. COLLECTIONS made promptly.   Money Orders Issued.
Fort George Branch,      L. (_. MacHaffle, Mgr.
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TORONTO. ONT.
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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 be cashed in leading American cities.  They are sold at the following rates:-
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CAPITAI..ADT_IOBISaD
DIRECTORS
R.~P.gM-Len-en.   Esq.,  President: Mc;
Lennnn.   McPcrly a Co.,   Wholesale
H-rdwnre, Vancouver, B.C.
M.  n.   CAKLIN,   Esq..   Vice-President.
Capitalist, Victoria, ll.C.
HIS HONOR T. W.  PATERSON, Lieu-
teunnt'dovernor British Columbia.
L. W. SHAWORD.^Eeq., M.L.A.. Her-
_%,___,_••
Robert Kennedy,   New Westminster.
1. A. MITCHELL,   Esq.,   Capitalist,
Victoria. II. _.
B.  II. HEAPS,  Esq.. H. H. Heaps »
Co.,  Lumber and Timber:  President
Columbln Trust Co., Ltd..   Vaneouver, B. 0.
4. A.  HARVEY. Esq., K.C.. tormerlr
of Cranbrook, B.C., Vancouver, li.('.
^_^_^_^^^^^^^^^^       A. L. DEWAR. General Manajcr.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS!. RANSACTED
j^Hg»«j»cjHH_BdM r. W.PEWAB, H_MMtgW.
ehant, Heiller. B.C
W. H. MALKIN. Esq
kin Co.,   Ltd.,    I
Vancouver, B.C.
, The W. II. Mal-
'holesalft Grocers,
E. L. KEPNER, Proprietor
ws
Petite River Laud 11_it. • Dint, of Cnriltoo.
TAKK imtice that Albert Tute, of Ed
mtii..i..i, All*., nccupation pfoapector, ill
Until to applv for permlsainii to purchase
die followine described l_.ti.li.-
Commencing at a (Hint planted one mile
weat  uf  the  outlet nf Swan  Lake, (Pout
'/oupe   River),    thenco     HO    chaina    aouth;
hence   40   chain*   nut:   thence   M     chain.'
north; thenct 40 chaini weat.
Jy.i. ALBERT TATE.
March 26, 1911.      Albert Tate, agent.
Peace River Land Dist. - Dist, nf Curiboo.
TAKE notice tlmt .luhn White Heron, of
Edmonton, Altu., occupation Barber, Intenda to apply for permission to purchaae
the following described landa:-
'Commencing at a poat planted s% milea
South nf the S. W. corner of Swan Lake;
thence aouth So chaina; thence weat Bo
chaina; thence north Ho chaina; thence eaat
Ko chaina.
Jy.i. JOHN WHITE HERON,
March 38, 1911.      Albert Tute, agent.
gore & McGregor,
S. C. UND SURVEYORS
Victoria and
Fort George, B. C.
Pence River Lund Dial. - Dint, of Cariboo,
TAKK notice tlmt Arthur Maion, of
Edmonton Alta., occupntion Dentiat, Intenda to apply (or benniuion to purclmat
the  following deacrined Intida:-
Cninmenclng at a post planted 1% milea
uf the moat southerly point of Swan Lake
thence eaat 80 chaina; thenct aouth 80
thence weat 80 chaina; thenct north Bo
chaini,
Jy.i. ARTHUR MASON.
1
PKACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Diatrict of Caribou.
TAKE notice that Willlum John HaytM
of Seattle, Waah., occupation Engineer, intenda to «•"-*• fnr "crmiasimi to purchaae
the followin" deacrlbed landa:-
Commenciiff at a post planted about 51
milts north and about 13 miles weat from
tht 33 mile mint established on thu R. N.
\V. Mounted Pnlice trail on the north bnnk
of the Pence River at the month of Cash
Creek; thence north 80 chains; ttience eaat
60 chains; thenct south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains to point oi commencement,
containing 640 acres more or ltas.
Jt.io. WILLIAM JOHN HAYTER.
Marsh, I. 1911,   James Ptttry, agent.
P. G. B, BODEKER
Land Timber Cruiser
Pre-emptiomi Located.
, SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
GariMATBH Stiamrri-D,
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Diatrlct of Curiboo.
TAKE notice thnt Hurry En"le, of Seattle, WhkIi. , occupation Ki.rmrr, intenda
to npnly for permisaion tu purcliaae the
following: dPBcrilteil IhihIh:
Commencim' nt n tx.st plnntod about ,s,t
miles north and nbout 13 milea weat of
the 33 mile nost estn'iiHiivd on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bank
nf the Peace River ut Lhe mouth of Caah
Creek; thence south Ho chaina; thence west
80 chaina; thence nortii 80 chains: thence
east 80 chains, to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. HARRY ENOLK.
March, 8. 1911.   Jamos Pettrv. agent.
RUSSELL PEDEN
VV. F. COOKE
The
NORTHERN LUMBER CO.
GENERAL MERCHANTS
and manufacturers of all kinds
of rough and dressed -
LUMBER
We are consistent in our
prices and the stock is
new in our big Second St.
Store
Qur lumber is dry and
must be used to make
building resist the frost
of winter
„ Store, Office and Lumber Yard, South Fort George
Pre-emptions nechIco
Inratoil SM*W,WVER^
liUtaieU  Cknlo Fort George
Suits
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