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 The element of doubt that
has existed around this place
has dissapeared.
ALB
Don't put off your Fort
George trip. You mav get left.
The best time to travel is now.
VOLUME  1,   NO. 5G
SOUTH   FORT   GEORGE,   B.C.,   SEPTEMBER   9,   1911
$3 DOLLARS  PER ANNUM
Tliic Herald is forever being deluged with
letters of enquiry regarding the townsites,
lands, labor conditions, and possibilities of
this town and district, from lhe four corners of the compass. We received this week,
n letter of enquiry from Boulder City, western Australia, whilst last week we had a
letter from a fellow ill darkest Africa—and
still they come. In compiling the following
(lain we have tried to incorporate a volume
of information desired, by lirst arranging
synoptically a number of the letters of enquiry before us and extracting therefrom
questions relevant to the situation.
The Indian Reserve has always been a
bone of contention with our information
seekers. This, liintl.l 13fifi acres, was sold
last week to an individual who is believed
to be acting in the interests of the Grand
Trunk Pacilic Railway Company, He paid
§100,000 for it, and common sense
points to the fact that no person or corporation could afford to pay such a price for,
that land, other than the G. T. P. who
want it for townsite purposes, for without
the railway company behind the deal the
Indian reserve would not be worth more
t.han its value for farm land.
The following data appeared ir our columns seven months ago. It is still applicable to, the situation, and is good sound
advice;
There is no town, city or village by
the name Fort (Ioorge, controlled by a railway. What property is being sold today in
the distriet is firstly and all the time addition property. Addition property, like
every other commodity, has a value by its
proximity to the point to lie selected by llie
the railway company. Some of it is good,
some bad, and some being sold in coast
cities today is not worth a pinch of snuff
Every newcomer who is a free ngent has
located in what is known as South Fort
George .during |Iip past season, nnd a large
number, too, who had previously acquired
property in other additions. The reason for
this is too palpably plain to the man on
the ground. He buys where there is an uf-
limate prospect of advance nnd profit. No
man has bought real estate in Fouth Kort
i leorge because of love or bond of sympathy
for the Northern Development Co. Tim same
opportunity was afforded to buy elsewhere.
No man in his right senses and on the
ground would think of paying one thousand
dollars for a lot if he did not believe the
strategical position of the poini, in which he
invested would develop into profitable return. The Northern Development Co. have
not advertised Soulh Port (leorge to any
degree. It does not need outside advertising.
All that is necessary is to have .In1 prospective investor cover the ground and the
rest is plain. The Northern Development Co.
have not performed any development work
on the townsite worth speaking nliout. This
has been accomplished by those who have
had the good fortune to buy lots early. It
is individual effort that is making Soulh
Port George; not the workings of a corporation.
What commands and. arrests the attention
of a new-comer is the position South Fort
George commands by being on t.he Fraser
river. With the exception of the Hudson's
Hay Co.'s strip, which is a trifle over one-
third of a mile, facing the same river, and
! separating Soutii    Fort    George from  the
: reservation; the eastern portion of (lie Col-
i lin's addition and Fort George Centre, all
other additions are back from the river in
: varying distances of from one-half to iwo
\ miles.
.lohn Houston picked out Sutli Fort
(leorge. He could have purchased elsewhere
as cheaply.
The Ii. N. A. bank inspector selected
South Fort (leorge nnd located the company's bank on the shores of the Fraser.
The Trader's Bank cancelled their pre-arranged plans on arrival here and located in
l South Fort George. Why? Because .hey saw
[ the value of the big waterway.
Th" Hudson's Hay Co., were never re-
restricted in, the selection of their post. The
Hudson's    Bay   Company    were   never re-
! swioted in the selection of their post. The
main store and office building are situated
75 feet from the Frasor's edge. This selection
j was made many years ago.
There are the arguments we advance in
regard to South Fort George, and which appeal to every mortal who has visited the
district. We do not claim that South Fort
I (leorge is tike railway town selected by the
j (I. T. I'., liul this we do believe, that by its
j proximity to the reservation and its ideal
; local ion on the Fraser river, if will be an
important section of Lhe Grand Trunk town-
I site once the railway company locate their
terminals on the Indian lands.
There are a number of townsites, or, as
we have said, additions, here that are being
sold, (In page two a map will be found
showing these sites in detail. The name of
"Fort George" was acquired by an outfit
of townsite venders named the Natural Resources Security Company Ltd., of Vancouver. They bought a parcel of land to
which the name had been appended by an
astute individual who recognised the drawing power of the name in peddling lots at
long distance, it adds no more material
value to _b_ir sites than does a catchy na,me
on a pill-box effect the medicinal qualities
of the quack remedy it contains. A correspondent, writing from Calgary, addresses
us on tlie matter of townsites as follows:1
"Editor. Fort George Herald.
Soutii Fort George, B. C.
"Sir:  I am forced  to write to you for a
i little information regarding the location of
I Fort George.   I have    heard many   people
| talk about Fort    George and yet none of
: them Beamed to know the exact location of
, the said place. We have the names of tbree
different Port George's; they are as follows:
Fort (leorge,    Central     Fort    George and
j South Fort George.    Now I am led to believe lhal   some of    the said   places are a
couple of miles     apart; is   this the   case?
Which do you say is Fort George? It is a
bit puzzleing for those that would like to
purehase lots to know where to buy. I certainly would buy some lots there, if I knew
1 was getting them in the real Fort George,
but a man is naturally backward in purch-
asiiiLr lots in a    town with three different
names. I don't suppose you know where the
(I. T. P. station is going to be located yet,
but  I note that the maps of   the Natural
Resources   Company show   it on Nechaco
River, and also I see in the same map the
legal    townsite of  Fort George is in Lots
1 927 and 92S; what; is your opinion of it?—
Local and Provincial
All the papers praise Mr. Burrell's after
dinner speeches. We would recommend that
he dines before taking the platform at
South  Fori George, if he conies here.
Mr. Stead, a staff correspondent of the
Winnipeg Post arrived here on the Steamer
B. X, on Thursday last. Mr. Stead will
write up the townsite situation here for
the Saturday Post.
A big game hunter named C. Barnsby,
who ensue all the way from Worcester, England, to shoot grizzley bears and moose on
the Big Salmon river, left town this week
for the nortli fork in a canoe, accompanied
hy William Seymour, who will act as guide,
and an lndiun. Mr. Barnsby took with him
provisions to last two months.
It is highly probalile that the Fort George
Trading and Lumber Company will build a
sleambaal here this winter for service on the
upper river next year. Messrs. Foley, Welch
cv Stewart will also! build two sleamboats
for delivery of material along the grade.
The contractor's boats will probably be
built al Tete .Inline Cache.
Tlie Coronation pictures shown at the
Fort George Theatre during (he past week
were perhaps the best films yet produced
by the Northern Interior Amusement Company. The films allraeled good houses. The
company is lo be congratulated upon its
enterprise in featuring the show with such
subjects. The season closes for the winter,
at the end of October.
Prank Hofforcnrrtp, the well known laeal
tonsorial artist, received intimation this
week thiht he had inherited a legacy tint
makes him independent for life through the
death of an aunt in Portland, Ore. Frank
eihlls it an everlasting meal-ticket. It makes
no difference when you meet him on the
street however, as prosperity never swells
the top-piece of men that have seen as many
of the ups and downs of frontier life as
Francis llofferciimp. It costs no more to
have him amputate your whiskers than if
stay right at the corner of Second Street
did fontnerly, and he tells us that he will
and Thappnge Lane until the toot of the
milk train does the work of the alarm
clocks in this neck of the woods.
J. M. Wiley, the Winnipeg grain operator,
who has been spending his summer vacation
in bringing a large stretch of his wild land
at thi. mouth of the Willow River under
cultivation, returned  to    town on  Wednes-
; day last accompanied by Mrs. Wiley. Last
spring the Wiley land at the mouth of the
Willow Kiver presented the spectacle of a
stretch of land covered by light brush and
wild grasses; the same land, now tilled and
beading crops, is indisputable evidence to
the fertility of the soil, and proves that
newly broken ground can produce good
crops in the Fort (leorge country. Mr.
Wiley has, on his model farm, fifty acres
under cultivation. A roomy and comfortable dwelling house has been buill  on the
; ground, anil a stable for the work horses
imported by Mr. Wiley. The ground is bearing Crops of oats and barley. Peas, Mr.
Wiley tells us, did wonderfully well, and all
other varieties, of garden truck have grown
luxuriously. Mr. Wiley tells us that he will
return next summer and will import a
band of cattle, for dairying purposes.
The Cariboo Observer is publishing plenty
of Charley Gibbons' governmenl advertising
| pap together with the Fort George Tribune.
| Both papers are boosting for Martin  Bur-
I rell, the conservative candidate The Fori
George Herald is not  doing any boosting
I for our esteemed member, and in consequence we are not receiving any dope from
thc Gibbons pap-dispensary. When we start
ed out lo spread the while wings of The
Herald over lhe world, for llie general ben-,
elil of mankind, we announced our policy
ColisiTVulivc. We slill havo thai policy
rivited to our make-np, but we absolutely
refuse to allow The Herald lo become a cog
in the political machine. We hold, above
everything else, our spirit of independence
absolute, so we go on our way, papless but
rejoicing.
When it comes to bnseball slants Soulh
Port George can certainly hold her he nl
highf The result of the games played in
Quesnel lust week redound to (he credit of
(he hub cily once again. Two games were
played, iu the lirst of which Ihe Quosnel
team put one over Porl George, but
only that one. The Sal unlay game resulted
iu a score of 1(1 lo 17 in favor of Quesnel.
I Then Sunday dawned, and having gol  into
| form after lhe inactivity of lhc long sten;n-
boat trip, in (he game of tliio day before,
the home team walked to Ihe diamond with
sparkling eye and confident mien, and proceeded to snow Quesnel under with a score
is that correct?"
This enquiry, coming from Calgary,
characterises tiie doubt brought nbout by
the operatiobs of lot peddlers who carry
their methods of competition to vigorously
denouncing tha other man s goods. The
Herald has no affiliations with any of t!k"
lot-selling concerns and tells the truth about
thorn all in spile of hell. We have repeatedly
shown that investment in some of the.Natural Resources Company's sites is it wild
sort of gamble. The South Fort George
townsite is practically sold. We would not
advise anyone to buy lots on any of the
townsites without seeing them. The most
profitable investment for large capital will
be found in tha G. T. P. townsite which will
probably be put on the market a year from
now.
There is only one logical place to locate
on pending the arrival of the steel there.
That is on the Soutii Port George townsite.
By the time the rails have reached this
place the first bench on this site, now thu
centre of industry in the district, will be
built up substantially. We have here at the
present time two banks, a sawmill with a
capacity of 25,000 feet a day, three splendid general stores, the lumber yards and
headquarters of a second mill, headquarters
of the mail steamboat with their warehouses, agent's quarters etc., a drug store,
local telephone system, a theatre with a
seating capacity of six hundred people, and
the only independently owned newspaper
here, not under the control of a townsite
company, equipped with the most complete plant north of>the railway belt on the
mainland of the province. The only licenced
hotel in the district was located here, but
wasn totally destroyed by fire on July the
first. A new hotel is now practically completed by one of the proprietors of the
burned Hotel Northern, and when completed, within the month, it will be licenced.
Here are located the live real estate firms,
the land surveying firms, the headquarters,
wharves and offices of the Fort George
'Timber and Trading Company, a concern
backed by the •). 1). McArthur Construction
Company, of Winnipeg, that operate a line
of steamboats out of here and the mill before mentioned. The Government offices are
within half a mile of this site on the Hudson's Bay land. Besides the larger business
houses there are numerous small stores,
restaurants and residencies. Now, on tlir.
townsites of the Natural Resources Security Company, on the Nechaco Rivor,
lli'i'e is a large hotel, built, by the townsite
concern, without a licence, which it "ill not
he granted, and a few business houses in
sonic way subsadized by the Natural Resources concern.
No person should purchase land off a blue
print in this country unless it is subject to
approval on investigation.
There is no government land in the district for sale. It is all under reserve for preemption only.
There is plenty of land tributary to tho
Fraser River waterway system open for
pre-emption. The land is not open-iand, but
is comparitavely easily cleared. Copies of
the "Land Act", setting forth the statutes
governing the acquisition of land under the
pre-emption clause may be had on application to ti.u Department of Lands, Victoria, B. ('., together with maps showing
the lands open for pre-emption. The land
will raise good crops of garden truck, wheat
and oats, the first year it is plowed. In the
opinion of experts the Fort George district
will be one of tne best mixed farming and
dairying sections on the route of tl*o G. T.
P. There are a great number of land companies selling farm lands in this district.
Their prices are not, generally speaking, exorbitant, providing the land they sell is of
such a nature ns to be brought under cultivation without great expense in clearing.
Carpenters get 87 a day and helpers 85
for nine hours. There is at present an ample
supply of labor for the trine of year. Next
spring there will be a much greater demand
for men.
To    summarize,     the   outlook for  Fort
George, ns a city of the future, is now well
| founded on facts that point to the coming
realization of    a prosperity we have long
! seen in the offing. The fact that the G. T. P.
i have acquired the    Indinn  Reserve speaks
for itself. The town will have all tlie advertising of Prince Rupert, with the developing
impetus of being a natural railroad centre
I that is the destination of building railways.
30 to 5 in the hojme team's favor. It was a
day of classy batting. The home team
smashed tlle old town's offerings all over
Quesnel and environs, and the way our star
batter poled the sphere into the middle distance rejoiced the hearts of the Fort George
fans. Riggs was in the box, and in good
forttn. Charles Brown, the veteran batter,
did most of the classy hitting, with Harry
Close catching. The home team had several
members of the Neojiaco townsite team with
il.
The department of Lands in Victoria has
recently issued a series of three maps covering lands open for pre-emption in the
Northern Interior. An absolute reserve, cov-
oring about nine square miles of land north
of Lots 950, 951 and 953 is shown on the
of these maps. This reserve is situated about
live miles up river, following its meanderings, or about 2J miles in a straight line,
from here. Tb' curiosity that was aroused
locally regarding the mysterious reserve led
us to wire the Minister of Lands in Victoria
requesting information >m the government's
reason for placing tl.t' reserve. We received
thc following reply:
Victoria, B. C. Sept. 8. 1911.
Furl George Herald.
Smith Fort George B. ('.
ll was not considered in public interest to
allow lhe lands to be alienated at present
so tl.'v were reserved for such general purposes as government may thereafter determine.
W. ROSS.
Minister of Lands.
We trust lhat our readers will feel grate-
fill to The Herald for casting so much light
upon an  ahseuro mailer.
Dr. McLennan, secretary of the J. D. Mc-
Arthtir ('onslruction Company, arrived here
on the Steamer Chilcotin on Monday last.
! Dr. McLennan expressed satisfaction regarding 111," recent  sale    of  the  Indian  Reserve
here.  II intinuctl his trip up the Feasor
lo Grand Canyon lu the steamer Chilcotin,
and left this morning lor the east again.
That Hazelton, the mining camps and the
Skeena river will lie widely advertised by
the (I. T. P. R. is a fact that is beginning
to be realized. Moving pictures nre already
being shown all over the world, of the
country through which the G. T. P. pusses.
.Air. Harbeck, the artist who takes these
pictures, is now working around the coast,
and is on his way to Hazelton, getting another set of views to be sent over the world.
He will be here within a very short time.
Dr. Slocum, who is well known here, is
showing 5000 feet of these pictures, the
title of which is "The Land of the Sunset
Sea." He is anticipating a visit to Hazelton.—Omineca Herald.
The total lumber cut of the Dominion of
Canada for 1910 has just been received by
the Forestry Branch. Reports were received
from 27(>3 yrms operating sawmills, which
is nearly 700 more than reported last year.
Thus the^ 1910 report is a bptter estimate of
the actual lumber production than ever
before. Nearly five billion feet of lumber was
cut during 1910 throughout the nine provinces of Canada, which represents a total
value to the country of seventy-seven and a
half million dollars. This is about fifteen
million dollars over the value of the 1909
cut. Ontario, as in former years, holds the
pretnier position as a lumber province. Its
forpstS are made up of diversified species,
which enable it to produce one-third of the
lumber for the Dominion. British Columbia,
however, will soon lake Ontario's place,
from predictions made on (he 1910 report.
In 1909, the western province produced a
Irille over half as much lumber as was cut
in Ontario, whilst for last year the amounts
returned from the two provinces were practically the same. Although one-quarter
more lumber was cut in Quebec in 1910 than
in the year previous, (he increase was not
sufficient to maintain it in second place of
importance, which position was usurped by
Bri'l ish',Columbia. The remaining provinces
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba and Prince Edward Island cut lumber in Ihe order of importance given, but supply only one-sixth
of the amount for Canada.
Down in Vancouver the editor of the Saturday Sunset, is beginning to write his
dirty work under a mmi du plume that
we have often heard applied to him. In the
right hand corner of his editorial page he
hands out journalistic garbage under the
caption "Sundogs." With a trilling uddit-
ion and alteration I I I
Rivers to be Improved.
Pred tl atlen, in the employ of the Federal
Department of Works, arrived here this
week to clear the eastern channel in the
Port George canyon, of obstructions to
navigation. The Dominion government has
appropriated the sum of 88,000 for tho
work. The   eastern-    channel in    the Fort
i (leorge canyon'is the main waterway. It is
; dangerous to navigation owing to a reef of
rock that extends almost entirely across it
from the shore to a large rock island near
the southern end of the canyon. This reef,
we understand, is to be blown out. Other
appropriations are to be spent in work on
the Nechaco River very shortly. We have
l.i.ard nothing of appropriations for work
in the Grand Canyon, or in the Giscombe
rapids, both of which places need attention
to render the river properly navigable between here and Tete .Inline Cache. In the
opinion of Captain Foster the Grand Canyon could be made navigable without serious danger to steamboats, by the
expenditure of a very small sum. Captain
Foster took the stei.iner Chilcotin through
the lower grand canyon this week. He in-
fonms us that the canyon is "a good steam-
boating proposition." In his estimation
Giscombe rapids need attention badly.
These rapids are full of boulders, and in any
stage of' llie water, excepting when the
river is high, it is only with great difficulty
l that a large steamboat can navigate the
rapids. This could be remedied by the blowing out of 'boulders that obstruct the best
■ channel.
| Next year steel will be laid lo Tete .Jaune
Cache, 300 miles up' the  Friiser river from
I tore. When this is an accomplished fact the
"boom" days of this town may be said to
have fairly commenced. Steamboats will be
running Iietween Port George and the Cache
linking us up with l-d.nontoii and her
trade, whilst from the south the old Cariboo road will vojnet forth its crowd of
dusty automobile travellers onto Ihe beach
at Soda Creek, bound for Fort George.
There is no point on tlaa North Amiericau
continent today that possesses the many
advantages of this place for a field of investment, or a town to grow up with and
| prosper in a delightful climate and country. :.',*
:
THE    HERALD
SEPTEMBER 9
1911
jj Close & Brown
South Fort George, B. C.
GENERAL
MERCHANTS
4 Ladies' Waists—
The plan reproduced lien
is authentic, ll    shows t
nation of I
into townsiti
tho first  wor
I herewith
.  - '"' ■'' I"'"1", Z"'m ' !_ • Ta    i ^°,mpa"y' }Z H27 is  is lllso looted on this land, ll   river frontage is of lilt on-III
• ■<    shows tr.. sit- |,j  the    Natural  Itosoureos So- ol doubtful  ownership. It was  is considered possible   lhat lhe  morcinl   value,    owing    to its 3
he lands subdivided curil) (.ompaiiy, ol Vancouver slaked in tl.* name of Harbour  Hudson's    Bay  Company   will   height above the river. 2
here today. It is     The only buildings on any of hngmeer Bacon of the G. ,T. P. | subdivide their    land together     Lot  1426 is   owned   by the 8
of iis kind pub- ll
We are specializing on ladies' waists this week from ^
a stock that has no two patterns alike.
It is a pleasure to have us show them to you.
lished showing
the station gn
Keserve   No. I
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itesi tire located on sub- at  Prince Rupert  and is called  with the railway company. Lot Welch Land Company, of"Win-
„,„„ oi  envision088, which is. together railroad property    on the ad-  932 is the property of the Fori uipeg, and is a good property '
ds on Indian  with Dii, the land registered by vertising maps of the resource- George Land Company, ft has for ' residential    purposes' Lot Y/S
re,   sold this  them    under   the name    kort lu   resources concern. It is not been  subdivided  but temporal-- 913 is owned by J. M. Wiley, of \A
(leorge.  Hero the townsite com- ye   subdivided.   All the above : ily withdrawn from sale. Lots Winnipeg. Plans are nov    '
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towns
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sums   arc   a    long way  933 and 931 arc the townsites  prepared     for its sub-division. \rA
lie   present centre in to | of South Fori, George, the busi-1 Lot 925 is owned by A.  bind-
iMiij  have iiuin ■____________—_-_
and a   number of other build-  from the   p..-.,,. raUre __, u.. i oi isoutn rort, tioorge
ings.     The other subdivisions,  scene   of townsite development j ness, industrial and residential
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Remember we pay special attention to
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OPERATING
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
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creak will be promptly forwarded. ncau vuive. A_>-.iruil, U.C.
Fort George, B.C, Victoria, B.C.
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Nelson, ll.C, A. II. Green, MgT.
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Surveys of Uriels, Mines, TownsltM, Timber
Limits, Etc.
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Fresh Bread   I   Quesnel, B.(
pnny. Tl_e plan was executed by ( Lots numbered !)37, 1429 and
the firm of Gore & McGregor, 777 arc nl this thine entirely un-
tho well known provincial land developed except, for a few uv-
surveyors who Lave been curry-  onues cut through the jack-pine
and two roughly graded streets.
et-
l.ots 2608 and "2507 are known
here, and very little development work will be done on uny
of them, unless undertaken, as
at the present time on l.ot 938,
by the owners.
Lot '117 is owned by the Hud-
centre   of the    total area subdivided ut this time. Thi whole
divided for residential property.
is 1431,934 and 1432 are held
ing on survey work in 11_i.
imi for muny tears past.
The lots iniuali .1 ■ I S. C
lying In the wesl and south ol  addition is owned by a number I post,    founded  over 100  years  ten feet above high, water mark,   will probably sub-divide,
ihe Indian Reserve are the var- of Victoria   speculators and is ago, stands on it. The Provinc- On all the other sites, especially |     The sub-divided area today
imis townsites owned, or being  being sold by the Natural Ri ____^-___i-_----^-_------i
of the waterfront on this town- I under reserve by .he provincial
site forms a natural dock, government. The large island
owing to the fact that, the site j at the junction of the two rivers
is on a series of natural terraces is owned by Messrs Williams &
the lowest,    of which    is about  MurdolV,    of   Vancouver,    who
All kinds of
Brick and
Cement
l/Vni^lr Fire i|laces a
▼ » UI MX specialty.
All work guaranteed.
A. LEMKE
Brickmason and Contractor
Ii;r,ir',Srl South Fort George
as the Hodgkins addition. This I son's Hay  Company and their
post,    founded  over 100  years
ago, stands on it. The Provinc-    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
inl  Government    Agent's office j those on the Nechaco River, the  aggregates about 21100 acres
Satisfaction itwir-
Watch  ^^
Repairing   ^
C. II. DA VIM
Semi art Idea by mall to Fori George, B.C.
Bronger & flynn
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Plans and blue prints made
Estimates submitted
All kinds of work promptly
OFFICE
NO. 7 SECOND STREET
South Fori
•I (Jeorge I
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ACE RIVKK  LAN
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•: notice ili.it  I,
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Villium Jones, ..1
upallon   traveller,
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to  U|l
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liiE ilfs.ril>i..>l  Innils
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ence  east
u; tliencc
liluntcil -• null's
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eminent Reserve,
rner; llience sooth
Ko   clinins;   tliencc
west Ki, ciinius in
i, containing (1411
M.ir
ll   (Kl
WILLIAM
en i.
JONES.
I'KACE RIVER I.AN'D DISTRICT,
Distrul  ol  Cariboo,
\KK  nolice  Hint,   I,   Mabel  Camcr	
I ctnrin, II. C, occupation iiumurrieil,
i   tu apply tor permission to purcli-
PEACE RIVER  I.AND DISTHICT.
District nl Cnril	
PEACE RIVER  I.AN'D DISTRICT.
District i.l Cariboo.
_____________________________________ TAKK notice ih„t Oililnn llo.ue, ..I Van-
TAKK nnliee that I, Onirics Cameron, 1 couver, 11. C, occuiiation  laborer, iiitcnils
.1 Victoria, 11. C, occupation gentleman,   to apply  Inr  permission   to   purcliase the
Sl   01   llu-  S..111I1
11   C. Oi
s N   tt   c
I'Miun
Re
then
ist   Ho  chains
in-   wcsl   Ko iln1
menl,  containlli
MAUKI, CAMERON,
nin
PKACK RIVKK I.AN'D DISTRICT
District nl Carilioo.
I    TAKK  notice  that   I,   Ailaline   MacGill-
  ^ftmff   ol    Picton,     Oiitnrio,     oeeiipntion
Intenils to applv lor permission to purcli-1 toilowing ilescrilieil lands: I mafricil, inieiuls to ..pply lor permission
use   llie tollowillg ilescrilieil   Innils:- Commencim,   at   a   posl   planleil   nbuut   b < lo  purchiise   tlle   lollowing  ilescrilieil   Innils:
smilli ami 3 miles wesl ol the South eust , miles west -if the eastern boundary ol Brit- I south nnil I mile west ol lhe South east
crner ol tlie II. C. Government Reserve, i ish Columbia and . mile north ol tlic Red Commencin. lit 11 i"St "lanted I mile
marked C. C.'s N. W. comer; theme south Willow Rlvcr and marked "O. II, S. li. corner ol the II. C. Oovernment Reserve,
Kn chains: thenee east Ko chains; Ihenee ' corner" llience iiortli Ko chains; thencc marked A. M.'s N. K. comer; Iheuce south
north Ko chains;   tiience  west  Ko chains to   west   K     chnins;   llience   soull,   80   cliains; j 8.1   chains:   llience   west   80   clinins    llience
I it  "I    commencement,  containing  640 , thence easi Ko chains to the poim nl com- north so chains; llience east 80 chuius lo
acres.                                                       ; menreins-iii  conlaining 640 aens mine or point ol    commencement,    containing 640
Jy.M-               I IIARI.KS CAMKRON.           less. ,,„,.,                                                       k
»•-»- 30--., 1911.                                        |Sepl.o                ODII.IIN IIIICIK. Jy,,,'.                 ADAI.IN'K Macl-.ll.I.VRAV.
 , _i   March .ml,.,   1911.  tt.   II.   Harris,,,,, agl. .March Jotll.,  1911,
PKACE
I
I'AKK  in,
IVER LAND DISTRICT.
irlcl  of Carihoo.
1 that  I,  Arthur .loins
cupation gentlcmi
PKACK RIVER I.AND DISTRICT.
Dislrict ol Caribou.
„[      TAKK   nolice   thai    I,   Charles   Ma-Gill-
In    vray, ol Picton, Ontario   occupation gent-
cuds to apply Ior perniiss'on to
purcliase the following described lands:-
Commencing at a  post planted  1  mile
soulh .mil 1  miles wesi of the Soutli
for permission  to paribus
escribed binds:-
at  11  nost  nlnnted  1  mill
iles west ol the South-ens,  -  - 1   ,  „■•,-- ,,
H   C   Oo,ernment   Reserve    comer ol  lhe  11.  C.   Government  Reserve, I ish Columbia and 4 miles
V   !■'   comer'  Uienee smill!   marked C. -M.'s N. K. coruer; thencc sonlh j tt'illow   River  und  marked
l'KACK RIVKR I.AN'D DlbiRICT.
District nl Cuiboo,
TAKK notice that Jessie Bella Kerr, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupntion spinster, in
tends to apply lor ni'i'inissii'ii   io purchase , ,-_——____________,
the following ilescrilieil  lands: lutejids  to npply tor permlssl
Commencing at a post plnut-ed about  1 ' aBe ,lu' lollowing described laiidsi-
mile west of the eastern  l.olliid.itv  of  Hl'il    I     Commencing   at    a   imst    nlanted    I   mile
tli ill Ibe Red I """Hi  und   7  miles  wesl  ol  tlle Solllil ensl
1. 11.  K., N. I corner oi  tlio ll   C. Oovernment  Rcserv
PKACK RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT.
District o| Cnriboo.
TAKK notice lhat  I, John MacGillvrny,
ol Pn ton, Ontario, occupation gentleman,
purcli.
sl    Ko
,'s     Ilic
ARTHUR JONES
cliains;   Ilic
I 80 chains to
containing  1,411
80  eliuins;   thence   west  80  eliuins;   thence
urlll  80 chuins;  thence east 81, eliuins  lo
nt ol    commencement,   eoniuining  040
, Jy... CHARLES Mucl'.II.I.VRAY.
March 30th., 1911.
PKACK RIVKR !,A.\T, lUSI'l-lCT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK  nolice   Hint   1,  George  Laser,  of
......   Picton, Ontario,  occupation  Clerk,   intends
tends lo npplv tor permission to  l0 al'l''y l"r permission 10 purcliase  the
ic lollowing'described lands'-      I following described I Is:-
Inr ui  a  post  plnnled   1  mile     Commencing  nt a post planted   1  mile
s  mills   west   id  the South ensl H",,tl' n"d .S  miles  west   of  the Soulh eust
llie  11.   C.   Governmenl   Keserve, """" "I   the   11.   C,   Government   Reserve,
W.'s N, \V. comer; thence south mailed G. I,.'s S. W. comer; tbence north
chains;   llience   ensl   80   cbains;   tbence Ru   chains]   tllciu.   east   80   chnins;   thence
lb 80 chains;  Uicnco west 80 chains to s"""1 8" chuins;  tbence west 80 chains lo
ut   ol commencement,   containing   640 I'"'"1   ui   commencement,   containing 640
PEACE RIVER  I,AND DISTRICT.
Disiiu 1 .,f 1 ariboo.
TAKK nolice lli„| I, Clarence Way
'iclon, Ontario, occupation Cnrri
linker   '
arke
\V. enmer" thenci
ulh 80 linn
"llll   Ko
Hu
eisl   Ko   ciiuins;     llieiu
Ihenee   west   811   chaini
ciilllllieiicelllelll,   enntuili   ^^^^^^^^^^
or less.
Sepi.c,. JESSIE BELLA KERR.
March  Mild,,   lull.  VI.  11.  It irrisnli, agl.
smilli 1
conicr ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
marked J, M.'s S. W. corner; tbencc nortli
;. '' Ko   chailis:   thence   enst   80  chains;;   thenee
,1   smilli 8n clmins; thencc wesl 88 cbuins In
c   point   of    commencement,  containing  640
Jy.... JOHN  MacGII.l.VRAV.
March 30th.,  inn.
' V,"', CLARENCE WAY.
Marcli Joili., ii,,,.
Jy.M.
March 30II1.
OEOROE I.ASKK,
1111.
PEACE RIVKR  LAND UISTRICT.
Districl   ol  Cariboo.
IAKK notice   thai   I,   Mary  Mimlofl,  ol
.M .111110
upntii
.irred,
PEACE ItlVKIt LAND DISTRICT.
Diatrlct ol  Curibuo.
TAKb; nuiice that I, Prank Cameron
Detroit,    Michigan, occupation gentlen
Intend to upply lor perm
iig described li
Illi'   loll.
ends   lo   applv   lor   p'Tlliiss oil   to  purill
i' llie following descrihed lands:
"minim ni"   ul   a   i"isi   plnnled   1  mil
Uth  nod  J   miles   west   ill   the  Souiii ■'.".
i'iht .a Un- ll. C, Oovernm.nl  Reservi
'iili'.l M. M.'s S. K. coruer: Hience norl
ill,nns,    tllollco   West   811   chains;   thellt
ulli   Ko  ilinins.   Ib.'lne  cusl   Ko  chains   I rlh  Bo  cll
nit ol   commencement,    containing  (14,   point    ol   coinmeiicement
PKACK UIVKU  LAND DISTRICT.
Distrtct of Cnriboo.
I      TAKK nolice     lliut   I,    Kilnn   Way,   ol
ai gentleman,   Picton, Ontario, occupation married woman
11 to purchase   inteiuls to applv  lor permission   to pureli-
tbe lollowing  described  lands!
Marcli .'..'!,
MARY  Ml'UDUl'l''.
lull.
l'KACK RIVKR  LAND DISTHICT
District ol Curl
TAKK  notice  thnt  1,  Aiini.'  Jewell,
Napnliee,      Ontario,       occupation     married
Qinnn,Intends to apply lor
^__^__________________________ purehuse the Iollowin,; des. ribed bind.
,, , ■ ,.      1 miles-   Coiumeucing ut a  post plaiiled  1  mllc I   Cnmmencl
1      ei as west  of  llie Suullieasl    soutli and ^ miles west  ol the Soutli eust | sontl,  nnd   1   mile  wesl   ol   the  Snllth-cnsl
'   C'sN'   i-       '''"'""'"'   1(l!"'"".   Mr"«  "'   the B,   C.  Goceriiineiil   Reserve,   comer of  Ibe  II   C.  Oovernment  Ri
I,,,.,",'' .'.'..."e""1,"'"™ s"""'   L""rkl''1 K' *;•'» s- !'■■ comer; llience norll,   mnrked A. J.', N. w. comer; tli
llicnci   uesl   K„   ciiuins:   thence   Ko   chnins;   ihcnce   west   80   cball
tlienco  enst B„ ehnins  l„   soulh 80 chains;   tbence east  80
,Kr-H, coiit.iiiiiiij.  640   point   of    commencement,    coutuiiii
■Iv- -J. PRANK CAMKRON. fjy,"', EDNA WAY
Mntth 3'"' "'"■ ',   'Murd, 30th., ifn
PKACK K1VKU LAND „i„.HI-i.
District ol Carilioo.
TAKK   notice   that     Murgiirct   Jack,   of
Vaneouver,  II.  C.  occupation  Spinster, iniends In apply lor net-miss'i'ii to purchase
lhe Iollowin.;'described  lnnds:
.Commencing nt a post planted about 1
nolo west of tbe eastern biuiudnry of llrll
isli Columbia and 4 miles north ol llie Red
Willow River und mnrked "M. J., N. tt'.
comer" thence snlltli Bo chnins; Ihcnce
cnst 80 chuius; llielue norlli Ko chums;
thenci' wesl 80 chnins lo point ol cam-
mencement, containing 640 gcrcs moro or
less.
Sept. 9. MARGARET JACK.
March  Istll.,   mil.    tt.   II.   Ilariisiill,
PKACK RIVKK I.AN'D DISTRICT.
Districl  ol Cnrilioi,.
TAKK uoiice Unit I, Kllic Jones, nl
Los Angeles, Calf., occupation unmarried,
Intend lo applv for pcrml-fllon to purcliase
the following  descrilied lands:-
Commencing nt a post planted r mile
south and 7 miles west of the South ensl
corner of the H. C. Oovernment Reserve,
marked K. J.'s N, K. corner; thrmje soulh
80 chains: thence west 80 clinins: Ihenee
Iiorth 80 ihuiiis; llience ensl 80 cbuins In
poiut    ul    coiiinu-iii'eiuent,    colilnillillg 640
acres.
Jv.,;.
Mnrch ..oth.
KTTIK JONES.
Hill.
l'KACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Caribou.
TAKK  nolice   llial   1,   Minnie   Harris,   ol
Winnipeg,   Manitoba,  onupniioii  spinster,
intends   lo apply   lor perniission   to purehuse the  lolloWlllg ileseiibed Inlids:-
Coinini'iic    nt   a   posl   iilanted   I   mile
d 1  inde wcsl  ol Hie South-east
THE
CLUB POOL ROOM
THIRD AND   HAMILTON STS.
LOYAL & DAVIS,  Props.
Smokers' supplies
a specialty
Four pool tables
Splendid environments
McGaghran
Thorne
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS
AND MAKERS OF FINE ICES
Fourth St., South Fort George
CIGARS        AND        TOBACCOS
l'KACK RIVKR l.ANU DISTRICT.
Dislriel  ol Cnriboo.
TAKK noticu Unit   I,  Kdwurd  Vance,  ol
Picton,   Ontario,   occupntion   lurmer, lit.
l'KACK RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT
Disirici  ol Cud	
TAKK noiice  that   I, Gladys S
__^■_■___________________________.-"n   '>>   _________  11.  c.
lends tn apply lor permission  to  purchase   n,,,,.!,.,],   iniends   to  apply   lor  I"""
the lollowing describeil lands:- ,„ |)urclin_-0 Hie following described  In
Commi'iiciii-  ai  a   nosi   niniitcd   1  mile     Commencing ,,i n  post ..Linied ■'
soulh  und   I   mile   wesl   ol   lhe   South ensl   so1l,|,   -m|   , 'mi|-   wl.Ht   ,,|   the  Suutli
corner ul the II. C. Government Reserve,  conicr ol ihe II. C, 0... eminent I''
marked K. V.'s S, K. corner; (hence nortli ! nmrkeil ('..  S. C.'s N. K.  cornel, 1
Bo   clinins;   tliencc   wesl   Bo   ehnins;   tlienco   solltll   Bn   clmins    tllollco   wcsl   Hi,   1)1
snlltli  8n  ehnins;   thenee east  Bo cbuins  In : Humco     north     811   ciiuins    tllcllCO   cn!
point   oi   Commencement,   Containing 640 chaina    lo  iioini   ol  cottimc
Jy.JJ. KDWARD VANCE.
Mnrch .Villi., 1011.
l'KACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Disirici ol Curiboo.
TAKK    notice    Hint   II.   1,.  Miiidoll,   I
Prince Rupert, II. C. occupation geiureintt
intends to apply lor permission to pureli.
use the lollowing described binds:-
Commencing ut n post nlnnted 1 miles
soutli und 1 mile west oi the Soulh ensl
comer of the It. C, Government   Rc-arvc,
mnrked 11. I. M.'s N. VI. comer; llience
snuth Bo ehnins; theuce eust 811 ciinius;
thenee liortll Bo chaius; llience wcsl 80
chains lo point nl eoinineiicelnent, con-
taining (141, ucres.
Jy.". II.   I,.  M.RUDl'h".
turning (,40 ucres. ^^^^^^^^^
Jy.i.'. GLADYS S. CAMKRON.
.March ,11st. 11,11.
nracr  of  ih,.   11   c
marked M. II.'s S. VV.
government  reservi
Peace Kiver I,nml Dial, - Disi. ol t'nrib	
TAKE uoiice   ilml  Arthur Walker,  ol
Edmonton, Altn., occupation clerk, iniends
pply  lor  permission   to   purchuse  the.
Pence River Lnnd Disi. - Dial, id Corllu
TAKb! nolice    ilml   Edward Home,
Edmonton, Alia., occupation cii-imci, '
lends to apply b.r permission to purcltii
the  lollowing   descrihed   lands:
C cueing  ul   11   posl   plnnled   \  "I
mile solltll llolii llle most sialllierlv  I"'
id   Swan   Luke;     Ihellce  sonlh   Bo  chub
tllCIICC   wesl     811   clinins;   thencc   north
clinins; llience e.isl  811 chnins.
Jy.i. KDWARD  HIiR.VK.
Mnrcli  )7,  1911.      Alherl   Talc,  ageal
l'eiice Kiver Lnml Hist. - Dist. ul Cnril"
TAKK  nuiice     thai   Henry  Outran,
Edmonton,    Alln,  occupation   Driller, 1
lends lo apply lor permission m purcluu
ibe billowing described lnnds:-
Coinmencing nt n post planted > m"1
soull, ol Selby's leu -,,iv lloiindurv '
ll
is:  thence  80 chains:   thence  east  Bo  chnius: "thelice' £"",'","' ?,•'" "' w' Cori,orl ""»« "orth I io'ilow'K ,l'.;'eJT.rV™',""  '"  l"lral""c lllc 1 soulh ol Si'llVv's lemi'or.irv Doiiiidarv 1
chains to'Iiorth 80 chnins; thence west 8u clln'ns  to 5 ,,'"."";, 'h"'"' ,'"*'   '"   "inllU!   thence ,     .Xin       .    ''""'."   ,                             ' ut  S. K    C,   ier    j 11     i  io      'eiiie   I'
lulng 640, po'nt   ol   commeucemenl,   containing 640 '"" *',' d""""; ll""1"' W"t So chain, t„   »„,„    ,,   , '. "„".,'""" !',1"",1'311 'V "lil«   Reservi   thenco sititli   8. ch-lns;  th'
!   a 30..,., ^"' -mUJ"- ^ ^        MINNIE HARRIS.            | C. tii^ZniT  ""'  » <"£' 1'^      "'    ' »V OOWAN.
!                            I '                                                 I Jy.i.                   ARTHUR  WAI.KIO,           I    S____ J?Ul. }_].     Alberl Tnle, ml'
.Mnrch jolh.  mil.'    Alberl Tnle, »»•"''
Murcli 3isi. out. SEPTEMBER, 9. 19i_.
THH   EERALD
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Curibuo.
TAKK notice that Jessie Hicks, ol Vnn-
coiicer, 11. C. occupation spinster, inieiuls
In apply for permission to purchase lhe
(.Uowing descriiicd binds:
Commencing nt a posl planted about i
mile west ol the eastern bnlliulurv ol licit
isli Columlilil and 8 miles south iil lhe Rod
Willow River nud mnrked "J. 11., N. W.
corner" llieiic-' soulh 80 clmins; theuce
east  Bo     clmins  llience    north    80 chains
Un e wesl Bo chaius lo the point ol com-
meucelilelit, alld contnining 640 acres more
or  less.
Scot... JESSIE HICKS.
March -.till-, mn- W. II. Harrison, ngt.
ish Columbia and b miles BOUtll ol, the Red
Willow River and ,il,irk-il"K. B., S. IC.
comer" tbence north 811 clmins; thelice
wesl 80 cbuins; Ihenee south 80 clinins;
tbence cusl 811 cbains lo 1 hi- point ol corn
meucelilelit, culllniuing 640 ucres in..re or
less.
Sept. 9. ERNEST BLUE.
March -3rd.,   11,11.   W. 11.   Hiirrison,  agl.
l'KACK RIVKR l.AXD DISTRICT.
Dislrict   of cariboo.
TAKK  lioticc    thnl Charles    Alexander
Kiudliiy,  ol   Vancouver,  11.  C.   occupation
H-iillelnali, iniends lo upply lur permission
to   pill-chase   lhe lollowing "described   lands:
Commencing ut a post plnnted aboul 1
mile west ol llie cnsti-ni boundary'ol British Columbia umi B miles south of the Red
Willow River und marked "C. A. I'., S, W.
corner" thence norlh Bo eliains; llience
eust Bn cbuins; theuee south Bo ehnins;
chain:.; theuce wesl Bo cbuins to point of
coliililc'iicemi'lll, and containing 640 ucres,
nnil'   or  less.
CIIARLKS   ALEXANDER   FINDLAY.
Marcli 23rd., 1911. W. 11. Harrison, ugt.
l'KACK KIVKR LAND In.,.ill-,'.
District ol Curiboo.
TAKK  notico  that   Frank  .Morgan   Urea-
cv, ol Vancouver, It. C. occupation gem-
email,  inteiuls lo npplv for permission  to
purchase Ibe toilowing described lands
PKACK RIVKR LAND DL.iRIli.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK noiioe that Cyrus Moultnn, ol
Vniicuuver, 11. C, occupation gardener, intends to upply lor pormlsBii n lu purchase
tlic lollowing descrilied lnnds:
Commenciiig at u post planted nboul 3
miles west ol tlic eusterii boundary of British Columlilil and i'i miles Solltll Ol the Red
Willow Hicer nnd murked "C. M-, N. E.
corner" tbence south 80 cbuins; thence west
Bo chains; thence north Bo chains; thencc
east Bo chuins to point ol commencement,
containing 640 ucres more or less.
Sepl... CYRUS  MOCLTAN.
March iSih., 1.11.   IV, ll. Harrison, ugt.
PKACK RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Curiboo.
TAKK notice Unit Ellen Omar, ol Vancouver, B, C. occupation spinster, inteiuls
to npplv lot iiermission to purclinsc lhe
lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 3
miles wesl id llie eastern boundary ol Brit
ish Columbia uud 1 . miles norlh ol the Red
Willow   Kiver   anil   marked   "IC.   II.,   S.   W.
comer, thence north Bo chains; theuce easl
80 ill.lins; thence south Bn chains; tbence
west Bo chains to the noint ul commence
menl containing 640 acres more or less1.
I Sepl. 9. ELLEN OMAR
Commencing   nt   a   posl   planted   ubout   I      Murcli   181I1.,   1911.    W. 11.   II
mile wesl  ol   lhe caste,11  boundary ot  lirit-  ' ■	
isll Columbia .mil B miles solltll ol lhe Red
Willow River nud marked "!•'. 11. II., N
K. comer" thcuco soulh 80 chains; thenci
west Bo chains; thenee north 80 cliains
llience eust Bo chains to tlle point ol com
PEACE KIVKK  l.AXD DISTRICT.
Disirici ol Cariboo.
I'AKK noiice that Elmer Omar, ol V1111-
nver,  B.  C, oceupatlou butcher, intends
apply   for   permission   lo   purchase  the
mencement   und containing 640 ucres more i [ollowing described lnnds:
,,r less. I   Commencing at a post  planted about 3
Sp. •,.- FRANK MORGAN 1I1IKSSKW   miles wesl ottlie canton boundary ol Iliit-
Muicb 23rd.,   1911,  VI. II.  Harrison,  ngt.    ish Columbia and. 1% Wiles nortli ot the Red
Willow  Hicer  und   lied  "K.  0.,  S.   K
comer" thencc nnrth 8u chains; Iheuce
west 80 chnins; theuee soutli Bo ciinius;
llience east 80 ehnins to tlle point of cnmmencemeiit, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9. ELMER   OMAR.
Mnrcli  181I1.,  1911.    Vi. II. Hurrison, ugt.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Distriet ul Curiboo.
TAKK notice tlmt Edith G. Crossiu, of
Vniicuuver, 11. C. nccupiilinn spinster, intends to apply Inr pcrinlssion to purchnse
Uic lollowing  describeil lunds:
Commencing ut u posl planted abuut 1
miles west nl the eastern boundary ol Brit-
ish Columbia utul 8 milcs south ol the Red
Willow Riier, nud marked "li. G. C, S.
K. coiner" thenee north 80 cbuins; llience
west Bo chnins; tbence snuth 80 chuins;
tbence east 80 ciiuins to point of commen-
ccmant, coiiluiiiiiig 640 acres more or less.
Scnl.u. KDIT11 ('.. CK0SS1N.
March ...inl.,   1911.  W. H-  Harrison,  ugt.
l'KACK HIVKR I.AXD DISTRICT.
District ol Cnrili...,.
TAKK notice thai William t'.ruiidv, ol
Vancouver, 11. C. occupation Gentleman,
iniends to apply for permissiun to purch.
use the lollowing described lands.'
Commencing al a post planted about I
mile wcsl oi ihe eastern boundary of British Columbia uud 1 miles north ol the Red
Willow Kiver anil marked "VI. G. N. K.
coiner" tlicnce south Bn chnins; tlicnce
wcsl 811 clmins; llience nurth 80 elmins;
tbence east Bo chains to file point ol commencement, containing 640 ucres more or
less.
Kept. 9. WILLIAM GRUNDY.
-Murch  14th',' 1911.    Vl. II. Harrison, agt.
PKACK KIVKK  I.AXD DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Curiboo.
TAKK notice that Charles Jess,, ,,f Van
Couver,   ft.   C.   occupation   painter,   intends
to   apply   for   permission   t.,   purchase   the
lollow,ng described lands.
Commencing at a post planted about  1
mile wesi oi ,ilie eastern boundary of lirit
ish t'oliiml.1,1 und 2 miles norlh ol the Red
Willow River ami marked "C. J., S. IS.
corner" tlicnce liortll Bn chuins, tbence
west 80 cliains: tiience south 80 chains;
llience east Bn chains to point ol Commen
ccmciilu.nt.uiiing 640 .ores more or less.
Sept. 9. CHARLES JESSO,
Murcli   171b.,   i.„i.  w.   H. Harrison, agt.
PKACK RIVKK LAND DISTRICT.
Distriet ..I Curiboo.
TAKIC notice that Mary Chalmers, ol
Vancouver, U. C. occupationVspmslrr, intends to applv lor permission to purchase
llu- lollowing described lauds:
Commencing at 0 post planted about 1
mile wcsl 1.1 the eastern boundary o[ Brit
ish Columbia und 1 miles norlli ol the Red
Willow Rivor und marked "SI, C, S. IV.
coiner" thelice north Bu chuins; Ihenee
cist 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thoicc wait 8a chains to the point ol com
mencement  containing 640 ucres more nr
Sept.   9,
March- 17II1.
MARY  CHALMERS
iun   W. H. Harrison, agt
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict ol Cnriboo.
TAKK notice that Hercules Becott, ol
Vancouver, H, C. occupation clerk, intends to npplv for permission to purcliuse
the lollowing described lunds:
Commencing ul a posl planted nboul I
mile wesl 01 lhe eusterii boundary nf Bril
ish Columbia and 4 miles soulh ol the Red
Willow Kiver und marked "II. 11., S. E.
comer" thence north Bo chains; tlicnce
west 80 eliuins; thencc soiitli 80 chains:
theuce ensl Bo chuins lo the poiut ol commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sent.9. HKRCII.KS  BKCOTT.
March mnl.,  1911. VV.  II.  Harrison, agt.
PEACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice tiiat Fred Butterwort, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation salesman, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the  lollowing described lauds:
Commencing at u pnsl plantod about 1
mile west ol the eastern Boundary of Brit,
ish Columbia and 4 miles solltll of the Red
Willow Rilier und murked "V. »., N. K.
comer" thence suuth 80 chains; tiience
west 80 chains; theuce north 80 chains:
thence easl Bo chains lo the poinl ol'com
mencement, containing f.40 acres more or
less
Scnt.9. FRED BUTTERWORT,
March .and., 1911. W. II. Harrison, ugt.
l'KACK RIVKR LAND DIS,RICT.
District ol Caribon.
TAKK notice Hint Willinm Robinson, of
Vliricnueer, 11. C. occupation carpenter, inteiuls to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing nt a posl piunted about l
mile west of the eastern boundary of British Columbia and 4 cbains nortii nf the Red
Willow River, nnd inarked"W. R., S. W.
comer" tbence nortli Bn cbains; Iheuce
cast 80 eliains; theme soulh Bo ihains
tbence west 80 chains lo lhe point of
commencement, containing 640 acres more
nr less.
Sept. 9. WILLIAM ROBINSON'.
Marcli  181I1.,. mil.   W    11.   Harrison, agt.
PEACE KIVKR I.AXD DISTRICT.
Dislncl  ol   Carilioo.
TAKIC notice that William A. Ryrie
Vuncouver, 11.   C. occupation   accountant,
intends t.. apply lor permission to purcliase   the   loiluwing   descrilied   lands:
i  mmencing nl a post plonltd about 1
islern boundary of Brit   I Sepl
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICI'.
District of Curiboo.
TAKIC   nolice   that   Williaiu   Flcltlili",   "I
Vancouver, B. C. oeeiipntion Merchant, in
tends to apply lor permission  to purcliase
the lollowing describeil lunds:
Commenciiig   at   a   posl   plauted   about   1
- I mile west „[ the eastern boundary of British Columbia nnd 4 chuins north of lhe  Red
I Willow  Riier  nnd murked  "W.   P.   N.   W.
( I comer"   thence     south   Bo   chains;   tlicnce
enst   Bu  chains:   thence  nortii   Sn chains;
thence west Bu ciinius in tiie point ol commencement contuining  (140 acres  morc or
less.
WILLIAM   FLEMING
Mnrcli  iStli.,  1911.  W.  II.  Harrison, agt.
"I   1  'llllllln.i  I 2 miles norlh of ibe Red
Willow  Kicer  I marked "W, A. R. ,N.
tl   corner" tli-iifc suutli a., chains; thence
casl .V, ehains, llience north So chains;
Ihenoe west Bo chains I,, point of com-
iiii'iui-iueui,   containing  640 acres  nn.re  or
"•epl. ', WILLIAM W. RYRIE.
Maul,   r711,.,   1911.  W.   II.  Harrison, ngl.
PKACK RIVliR  I,-\XD IllsiKIi 1.
Dislrict ol C.iribon.
TAKIC uoiice lhat Allred Omar, ol Vancouver,   D.   C.   occupation   seaman,   intends
to   applv   lot   permissinn   to  purchase   the
lollowini. described lands:
Commencing at n post planted about  1
mile wesi oi iiie eastern lloundary of lirit
isli Columbia and 2 miles norlli ol tbe Red      March' 18th.,   1911.   W.   II.   Harrison,  n|;t
Willow Rner nud marked "A. 0., N. W. —
collier"   llience    soiitli   80  eliuins;     thence PEACE KIVKK  LAND DISTRICT,
casl   8.1   clinins;   llielue     north   80   cbains' Dislrict of  Curibuu,
llience wesl So clinins to lhe point ol coin- TAKIC notice that Kmcst S. Witters, "I
iiii'iiicmcnt containing 640 gcres more or ! Vancouver, B. C. 11cc11p.1tion broker, io
less. tends io apply for permission to purchase
PKACK RIVKR l.AXD DISIRICT.
Disirici ol Cariboo.
T>,\KK  nolice     Hint      Kov     Whiddeli,   ol
Vnncouver,   B.   C.      occupntion   clerk,   intends to npply lor permission in purchase
the lollowing ilescrilieil lands:
Commencing at a posl  plained about 1
mile wesl of the eastern l,..uiu!.,rv of Mill
isli Columbia  I 4 chains north ,,f the Rod
Willow Kiver and marked "K. W., S. IC.
comer" thenee north 80 clinins; tbence
west 80    chains;   llience    soutli  Bn ciinius:
thence eust Bo ciinius to the pnlnt ij commencement, coiitniiiing 640 ncres morc or
less.
Sent. 9- ROY W111DDKN
PEACE RIVER l.AXD DISTRICT.
Districl  "I CarlhoO
TAKK  notice   Unit    James  Boucher,   ol
Vancouver,  11   t'.    nrcupntlon  driver,   In
lends lo upply i,,r permission 10 pun c
lhe  folluwiug  described  I.in.Is.
Commencing nl .1 posl plaiiled ahnut 3
miles west ,,, ihe eastern boundary ol lirit
ish Columbia uud .''. miles soulh ol llu Kid
Willow River und marked "J. It, N. W.
comer" thence solllil 811 chuius; Hience
eusi Bn ebaius; thonce norlh B., chains;
llience west Bo chains to the point' ol ("in-
meliccmelll   ■ illtuiuing   64a   ucres   more   or
PAP.E THREE.
chains; llie
sl Bo cbuins
mt,   and   col
Sept.9.
March 1
JAMES BOUCHER
nil.,   I'll!    W.   II.   Ilaniso
PEACE RIVER  l.AXD DISTRICT.
Disi ,1 Curiboo.
TAKK lioticc Hint Henry Benton, ol
Vancuuver, II, C   occunation clerk, iniends
to npply fur pcrmiss   to  purcliase the
Iollowin;; described lands:
Commenciiig at a post planted nbout 3
miles wesi ol tiie i-isliru boundary "i Brit.
ish Columbia and -■', miles south ol the Red
Willow Kiver uiiil m.irk-,1 "II. II.. S IC.
comer" llience liortll 80 cbains; llience
west 811 cliains; thence south Bu chains:
llience easl Bo cliains to polnl ol com
mencement, containing 640 ncres more or
to   apply   Ior   permissinn   to  purcliase   llie I        PEACE RIVER l.AXD DISTRICT. I    Commencing  at   a  posl   planted about 3 PKACK RIVER I.AXD DISTRICT
lollowing described lauds: District ol Cariboo. . mile.s west ol the easieeii boundary ol Brit- District ol Cariboo
Commeacing  at  a  posi   planted alioul  3      TAKIC  notice  thnt   Albert   Anders    nl   isli Columbia and 4%miles  Bouth ul the Rod      TAKK notice  Hint  Jacob  Henderson   ol
miles west of the eastern boundary ol Bril   ; Vancouver, B, C. occupation salesman, in- ; Willow Rner .md marked  "P.  K,, s. IC. ' Vancouver, ll. C. occupalion joiner   mic'iiils
Ish I'olunih. 1 r, miles smiih ol the Red   tends to applv lor permission to purchase   coruer"   llience    north   Bo  chains;   theuce   to  apply Ior pcrmiss    1,  uu-ci'iise  tnu
Willow   Rher   und   lnnri.cil"A.   C,   N.   W.    tho   lullowing described   I s: I west   80   clinins;   llience   south   80   chains;   following  described  lands-
" Ihenee soulh ho chains; lliinii- east       Commencing   ot   a  posl   planted  nliout   3 I tbencc enst 811 cliains to tho point ol com-       Cninmencing  at   a  post   planted   about 6
eliains:  thence   _,Des w-St of the eastern boundary of Brit-   mencement containiug  640 .ores more or  miles west bl tho eastern boundary ol Brit
t ol commence   ,su Columbia and 2% miles soutii ol the Red   less. ish Columbia and llj miles south ol ihe Red
ucres   more   or hyillow  River  und   marked   "A.   A.,   S.   W.    Se.pt.9l PETER   RAV.XOLIIS. I Willow   River  and   marked   "J    II     S    E
I'-ss. I comer"   llience   north      Bo   eliains,   tbence     March  241I1.,   1911.   W.   II.   Harrison, ngt.   comer"    thencc    north     80 cliun,.'   thenco
Sepl.9. ANDREW COOK. j east  811   cliains;      tiience   smilli   Bo   clinins; ■ 'wesl    0   chains;   thence   soutn   80' chains''
Mnrch, 1SI.I1.,   1911.   W.   II.   Harrison, ngt, I ihenco west 80 chains 10 llie poinl ol com- l'KACK RIVER I.AXD DISTRICT. .        llience east 80 chains to tlio point ol com'
 ' ineliceineiil,   containing  640 acres  more   or Dislncl  ol Cariboo. ' mencement,   containiug   (140  acres  more   or
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT. laB, j    TAKE notice that Michael Sanders, ol  less.
Districl ol Card  Sopt.9. ALBERT ANDERSON. Vancouver,   II.   C.   occupation   occounlnot,      ..epl.9. MICHAEL GREY
TAKIC nolice that  Frank Bond, uf Van   !   Morel) 2211(1.,  1911. W.  11. Harris  ugt. I intends to applv  lor  peruuss   to purch-     March .(,th.,  iyn. W.   II    Harrison   act
couver, 11.   C.  occupution  clerk,   intends to I ,  .  j a«e the  lollowiag described   lauds: — — '    ^
upply lor permission  tu  pilrehuse the Iol- I        PEACE RIVER I.AXD DISTHICT.        |    Commencing  ,11  n   post  planted  about 5 PEACE RIVKK LAND DISTRICT
lowing   ilescribed  binds: Dislrict  ol  Cnriboo. miles wesl nl  llle eastern  boundary ol lint- District   "I  t aril,00
Commencing ul a post planted about 5!   TAKE  notice  that  Edward  Radley,   ot   Ish Colum.uu and 2 miles south ol tin. Red     TAKE notice that Jacob Nelson  ot Von-
iles west of tlie custcrn boundary ol Brit-    Vancuuver,  11.  C. occlluatioii carpenter,  ill-    Willow   R
isli Colllm'-in ond 2 miles south of till: Red   tends lo upply for permission to purchase   corner"     them
Willow  Riier  und  mnrdeil  "F.   II.,  S.   E.   the lollowing ilescrilieil lnnds: 'wcsl   80  chali
comer"   theuce    norlli   80    chains;   tbence ]    Commencing  at  a  posl   planted about   3 - lli.'iicc east Bo
uth
Un
ked  "Al.  S.,  N.   K.
Bo   chnins;   thence
e   nurlh   8u   chains;
in Ibe poi
wesi  811 chains;  thenco    soutii Bo chains; I miles west of the eastern hotindary ol Brit- 1 mencement  containing 041
llience east 80 chains lo tlle point ul cum- ' j,|,   Columbia nml 2', miles soulh ol llie   Red    less.
inunceiii.iu, containing 1640 acres mure or   willow River and marked "K. K., N.  K.   Sepl.9. MICHAEL SANDERS.
less. comer"   llience      south   Bo   chains;   Iheuce1   March   ...th.,   mil.  W.   II.   Harrison,  agl
Septal. FRANK   110X11. I w„st   80   eliams:   llience    north   80   chains;	
Mnrcli   15th.,   1911.  W.   II.   Harrison,  ngt. | thence enst 80 chains lo Un- poinl ol coin- I        PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
640 acres moro or District ol Carili
Sept.9.
March  -2nd.,
HENRY BENTON.
mn. W.  II   Harrison, agl
i Sept.9.                   EDWARD RADLEY.
March   22nd.,   U»H.   W,  II.   Harris	
II.
apply
 '—' -—■      — , iiieiicemenl   coul	
PEACE HIVICR  I.ASD DISTRICT.         I less TAKIC:
District ol Curiboo.
TAKE   nnliee   thai   James   Bevcridge,
Vancouver, It.   C, occupalion    agent, i
tends 10 uuply [or permission 10 purchnse;       PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT, .   Commen
tlie lollowing described lands:                                         District ol Cariboo. miles wes'
A. I    Commencing ut a post  planted ubout 3!    TAKE notice  Unit    Mary Cameron,  ol ish lolun
ion   miles wesl 1.1 the eastern l.oiindary ol Bril     Vancouver, 11. C, occupation stenographer Willow   R
uis     isli   Columbia  und    . mile south  of the Ked    pjtends  to' applv   tor  penuissi..11   10  purcli- corner"   I
bed    Willow   Kicer   und   marked"   .1.   11.,   X.   W.    ,,M.   ,]„.  (.(lowing   ilescrilieil  lands: «»sl   B"   1
corner"   tlicnce     soutl.  So chains:   thenco      Commeucilig .0  a post  planleil aboul  4 Ulenu. we
1   t   eaal  Bn chuius,  theme    north  80 chains;   mli,.s WCsl "l the eastern boundary "i Brn inencemen
l 80 cbuins lo lhe poinl ol coin   , j,|,   Columbia   and 4 miles   nortii oi lite Red Sepl.  9.
*   Willow  River  I marked "M. C,  S.  IC. less.
corner"   thence   north     8.1   chains;   thence March   25th-,   I'.H-  VI.   II.   II
is;   llience   soutli
PEACE RIVEH  l.AXD DISTRICT.
of Cariboo.
Vancouvc   TAKE   notice     thnt   Mabel
Berimes,   ol   Vancouver,   11    I',  occupat
sli graphcr, intends 10 appl;  lor pen
sion    to    purcliase    tlle   loll.111,11,;   ilcs.r:
lands: conn
-ommciicing nt  n  post   planted aboul   t easl
miles wesl „[ llie eiislera boundary ol Bril- lltcin
Isll Columbia and }% miles north ol Hie Red mcncelneiit   conlaining   (140   acres   moi
Willow  River  "inl marled   "M,  A.  S.,  X. less.
K.  corner"   llience soulh 8,1 cliains; Iheuce j Sept.2. JAMES   BEVERIDGE.        1 west   80   cha ns;
west   80 chains;   llience imrth Bu chains;    -March 20th., 1911. w. II.  Hurrison, agt.   thcuco cast si. Hi
thencc ensl Bn clintns to ihe point ot com- . I mencement contt
mencement,  contnining   640 acres  more  or;        PEACE RIVER I.AXD DISTRICT. i,.ss.
comer,   II.   c.   occupation   joiner,   intends
to   apply   for   permission   to   purcliase   the
lollowing describod  lands:
ol com- I    Commencing at a post  plained about 6
nmre or .miles west 01 Hie eastern boundary ol Brit
ish Columbia und ijj miles north „i the Red
Willow River and marked  "J. X., X. IC.
corner"   thence     south   80  chains;   tbence
west   80  chains;   thence    nnrtli   Bo  chains;
thenee east 80 clmins to tlie p t „, commencement   containing   640  acres  luoit-  or
11 umi Sciih Griffith nf Van- I less,
occupation   laborer,  inieiuls   Sept.9.                   JACOR NELSON.
perniission   io  purchase  tap    March 2nih., i.,n. w.  If. Hums  agt.
PEACE RIVER  l.AXD DISTRICT. "
Diatrict oi Cariboo,
tice lhat Harvey Griolmour, "I
U. C. occupation carpenter, 111-
planted about 5
,..uiidary nl Brit-      TAKE
• nth 01 tha Rod   Vancouve
W.
ids
llie
I     L"
mile:
loll'
apply   lot
ring descr
t ol  the c
-.',1
ids:
sl   planled   a'
■il V
alias
it   b
IUH
SEATH GRIFFITH
n,  ugt
ling   li|„
t ,,l co
im re
|e__ District 01 Carihoo,
Sept. 9. MABEL A- SCRIMES.    |    TAKK notice  that  Willinm  Tcllord,  nl
March  i;ih., 1911- VI,  II. Harrison, agt.   Vancouver,   II.   C,  occupation  ngenl,
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict 01 Caribuo.
TAKE   notice   thai   lone   Mable   Parent,
Iol  Vancouver, II. v., occup tion spinster,
gt,    inieiuls to  apply  lor dcrmissiu!]   to pureli-
 ase   lhe  lollowing   descrilied   Ian,.'.
PEACE RIVER l.AXD DISTRICT.        I    Commenciiig  at  .1   post  planted  alioul 5
District  ul Ciirilinn. , miles west 01 the eusterii boundary nl Bnt-
Red
t : isll Columbia and J. miles solltll oi llie
Willow River and marked "II. I'.., S. B.
corner" thenee north Bo cliains, thence
west 80 chuins; tiience south Bo cliains;
thence east 81, cbains to tlle point ol Commencement  containing   640  acres  more  or
Sept.9. MARY  CAMERON
March  17th.,  mil. W.  II. Harrison
Sept.9. HARVEY  I'.RIKI.MOI.'R.
March  25th.,   1911.  W,   il.   Harris..a,   agl.
"'l'KACK RIVER  l.AXD DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice tha* Micliael Grey, .11 Van.
II.  C.  occupation  sicii painter,  in-
.urchusc
lends to apply lor permission lu purchase
PEACE RIVER I.AXD DISTRICT. the fullowing descrilied hinds:
District  of Cariboo. Commencing at u post   planted nbout  3 TAKE notice that Margaret Munro. of ' ish Columbia und 5 miles soul       ■  ,.,       ,
TAKIC  imtice   thai   A.   Leaora   Gigncrc,   miles west of the eastern boundary ol Brit- 1 Vancouver,  11. C. occupation stenographer,   Willow River and  marked  "IC,  M.  P.,  N.   \J" , ,•" 'j ' y, , !"",'
of Vancouver, 11. C. occupation stenograp  1 ish  Columbia  and  Vinilc soutii ol the Red   jnu.„,is t„ apply lor perniission  to purch- | W. comer" thencc south Bo chains,  inence,    (•„','"„   ? ut;s,-nl"-"   •"" »■
her,   intends   to   apply   ior   permissioi,   to j Willow  River and  marked  "W.  T., S.  E. Use tho,lollowing described lands: «»t  So   chains;   Ihcnce   nortii   Bo   chains; LSs ™T-f,_.  " P?'1'i',."■ ,"!,   .
purchase   the  lollow tig .-scribed   lands:       j corner"   thencc      norlh   80   chuins;   tltenee ,     Commencing  at   a   posl   planted   aboul   4    thence west Bo chains to the poiot ol com- ', '     ,- JJ" "j ™s"*n ''""Hilary ol ilrit-
Cnmmeiicing at a pnst  planted about 3 : west  80 chains^ /.icnce south 80 chains; | miles west of U10 eastern boundary of Brit; j inencement, containing 640 acres more or Uy,u-W Sver and markS "M   G    w   P
EFF1IC MABLE PARENT.        "__!"-   th,"M     s7""'   8"  cl'"'"s;'  ll'™l'c
.   ] west   Bo   chaius;     llience   nurtli   80   chains;
*- 1 thence easl Bo chains to the puint ol com.
mencement, containing 640 acres more ur
less,
miles west ol tlie eastern boundary oi lirit- , thence enst 80 ehnins to tlle point ol cum- ' ish   Columbia    .ml 4 miles   norlli ol the Red ' less.
isli Columbia and ., . miles norlh   if lhe Red    meocemcllt   contaioiag*640   acres   mnrc   nr j Willow  River and  mnrked  "M.   M.,  N.   R.    Sept.9.
Willow  Kiver nnd marked "A.   L. 0..,  S. , less. comer"   thence     snuth   80   clinins;   Ihenee I   Murch 25th.,  1911. W.   11.  II
W. Comer" lb
east 80 chain
Ihenee WCSl  80
north Bo .lm
. Sept.9.
WILLIAM TELFORD.
I wesl   80
thenci
March   loth.,   1911.   W.   II.   Harrison,  agt. ! thenco east 80 chains lo 1
less.
Sent. 9.
Marcli  171I1., 19
ining   640  aces   mor.  .1
A.  1.1CXIIKA GIGUERE.
II.  W.   II.  Harris- II,   agt
PEACE RIVER  I.AND DISTRICT.
Districl  ol Carilioo.
TAKIC notice that Perry Gordon, ol Vancouver, 11. C, occupation salesman, inieiuls
j to  apply  lor   permission   to   purchase   the
following describeil lnnds:
Commenciiig  at  0   post   piunted  about   3
stem boundary oi Hrlt
640
mencement  and  col
or less.
Sept.9. MARGARET Ml XKil
March   17II1.,  1911.  W.   II. Harrison,  agt
e„m- PKACK KIVKK LAND DISTRICT.
"H   TAltEnoOc^t0Bla?chiM.ryWilki»s,|Xc9h 2--     i.ifw"^^
i.l   Vuncuper,   B.   C.  occupation  spinster    J!?™'  25th.,  1911. _.   II.  Harrison,  agt.
.ntends  to  upply   fur   permission   to purcli PKACK RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
ase   the   lollowing  described  lauds: District ol Card
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District of C
at   a   post   planled   ubout  ;
miles west ol the eastern boundary ol Brit
TAKK  notice  that  Clarence  Nichols,  ol   ish Columbia und 5 miles south ol Hie Ked : _?nd; „" ''1'1'l.v 'or permission to purchase
Vancouver,   II.   C.  occupation  accountant, t Willow River, and marued "B. M. W., X. , Ul. lollowing described lands:
ntends to applv Ior permission  to  purcli- j K- corner"  thencc soulh 1,0 chains:  thence -    J-ommencine at 11  post  planted  abi
PEACE RIVER LAXD DISTRICT.
Disirici   of   Cariboo.
TAKIC   uoiice   that      Katie   Martin,   of , miles west of the
Vancouver, B. C. occupation stenographer,   ish Columbis and !.-iuilc south of the Ked
iniends to'applv  Ior  iiermission  lo pm.     .Willow  River nnd marked  "P.  G.,  N.   E. I ase the fallowing doscribed lands:     ' i west   8u  cbuins;   thence   north   Bo
use the [ollowlng described lands: turner"   llience   snlltli     80   ehnins;   thence I    Commencing  at   B   post  planted   about  5 ', thence eust 00 chuins to llie point of com-
Commcncillg   at   a   post   planted  aboul   3 : west   811   eliains;   Uieuce     north   80  chains; t mj|,,s wrsl ,,| th. eastern boundary ol Bra'  ' mcnoemellt   containing   b4u   acres   mure   or
miles west ol the eastern hounilnry ol Brit    thence ea.st    80 chains    to the point ol   ish Columbia and 2 miles nortii oi tho Red   less,
ill Columbia and Iii miles nnrUi ol tbe Red   commencement  containing 640 acres more   willow  Kicer and  marked  "C.  X., S.  IC.   Sept.9.        BLANCH  MARY  WI1.KIXS
TAKIC  notice  that  Robert Andel
Vancouver,  11.   C.
rso
of
'ccupation   laborer,   iii-
corner"   Uieuce     north   80  clinins;   thence!   March  25th.,  1911. W.   II. Harris
west   80   chains';   llience    south   So   chains;!	
theuce enst 80 chuins tn the point oi com- j        PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT
mencement  containing  641, acres more nr 1
Willow  Kicer and  marked   "K.   M., S.   E. | or less. corner"   llience      nnrth .80   clinins;   thence i   March   25th.,   1911.  W.   II.   Harrison,  agt.
corner"   thence    north   Bo   cliains;   thenoe   Sept.9. PERRY GORDON.
west   80  ehains;   llience     south   80 chains: '   March   2111I1.,   1911.   W.   II.   Harrison, ajrt
tbence ensl 80 chains to the poinl ol coin I'EAtlC RIVER LAND DIST-UCT,
mencement,  containing  6,|u acres  more ur Districl oi Curiboo. j less.
less. TAKE' notice that  Vincent Armitube, 0!   Sept.9. CLARENCE NICHOLS
Sepl.9- KATIE MARTIN. Vancouver,   11.   C.   occupation   laborer,   in-      Mnrch 21st.,   1911.    W. H. Harrison, e
-March   17th.,   1911-  W.   H. Harrison, ugt.    tends to applv lor permissina  to purcliase! — —
Hie lollowing'descrilied lands: PKACK KIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Commencing  ul  a post   planted about 3 Districl ol Caribi
miles west ol tlie cistern I'oiiiulhrv ol Bril   .    TAKK lu ...
ish   Cullllubin   and   ', mile soulh  ol llie Red ' Vancouver,  B.  C. occupation ilerk, Intends   Willow   K
Willow   Kiver  und   marked  "V.   A.,  S.   W.    lo   applv   for   permission   lo   purcliase   the   corner" thencc north 80 chai
colnilr" thence nortli 80 chains: theuce eusi ! followim.,  described   lands: I 8o cliains;   theuce south   80
Bo chains; thence soulh So chains; tiience | Commencing at a post planted abont 5 west So ehnins to the point ol commence-
wesl Bii cliains lo tlie point of commence- | miles west ot Uu- cistern boundary of Brit'- I meat, containing 6411 acres more or less.
incut, containing 640 acres more or less.      ish Columbia and 2 mites north ol the Red j Sept.9. NAPOLEON BROWN,
PEACK RIVER  I.AXD DISTRICT.
Disirici ol Carib 10.
TAKK   nolice   that   blew   S.   Davis    nl
Vancouver, B. C. occupati,,,! stenographer,
intends to applv lor permissiun to purch-
use llie  lollowing descrihed lands:
C cueing   at   11   posl   planleil   about   J
miles west oi tin- eastern boundary »i lint-
ish Columbia nnd lX miles north ol tin- Red
Willow River .md marked "1.. S. D , X.
W. Comer" tllCIICC SnUlll So eliains; llience
easl 80 chains- llience north Bn cliains;
theiue wcsl  Sn eliains  I" lhe point  nl com
mencement, containing 648 acres in.ire nr
less.
Sept. 9. II.l'.W  S.  DAVISON.
Marcli   17II1.,   mil.   W.   II.   Harrison,  agt.
District 01 Caribo
TAKK   notice   that   Napoleon   Brown,   ol
Vancouver,  B. C.  occupation  laborer,  intends in applv lor permission to purchiise
the lollowing described  lauds:
Commeucilig   ut   a   posl   plauted   ubuut  5
miles west ol tlic eastern boundary ol Brit'
llial Thomas Archibald, ol   '"I' Columbia aiid 4 miles sodlh ol theiRed
nd nursed "X. II., s. w.
thence east
ins;   Uieuce
epl
VINCENT AKM1TAC.K. I Willow  River and  marked  "T.  A.,  K.  K.     Man-I' J4th.,   1911,  W.  II.  Harrison, agt,
l'KACK RIVEK LAND DISTRICT.
Disirici   ol   Cariboo.
TAKE   nolice   Unit   James   Drvsdale,   of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation  s.il.'sin.in, in
tends I., npplv for permission  lo purchase
the lollowini. descrilied  lands:
Commencing .,1 .1 post plnnted aboul 3
miles wcsl oi ibe cistern boundary "I Urit
isli Columbia ami sjj miles north ol ihe Red
Willow Kiver nnd murked'J. 1). ,S. W.
corner" thencc nortli So chains; tliencc
east 811 chains; tliencc soulh So chains;
theiue west So chain:'' to point oi com-
mencement, contuining 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.   9. JAMES   DRVSDAI.K.
.March 15th., 1911.   W. 11. Harrison, agt.
March 2oth., mu. W. II. Harrison, agt
PEACE RIVEK I.AND DISTRICT."
Distrul ol Cariboo.
TAKIC notice Unit Mary Ruth Crossin,
i nt Vancouver, 11. C. occupation spinster,
! intends to apply lor permission to purch-
1 use the Inlluwiiig described lunds:
I Coiiinieiiclng at a posl planted ubout 3
[inilcs wcsl oi the eastern boundary ol Brit-
' ish Columbia and 0. miles soutli ol the Red
! Willow River and mnrked "M. K. C, -X.
, W. corner" llience suuth 80 chums; llience
! enst 80 chains; thenee nurth 8u chains;
j theuce wist Bo chains to the puint nl coin-
i mencement, contuining 64" acres more or
■ less.
Sept.9. MARY KITH CROSSIN,
March 23rd., ion. W. II. Harrison, agt.
"     PEACE HIVICR LAXD DISTRICT.
District ul Caribn,,.
1     TAKIC notice that Alyce Phelps, ul Vall-
' couver,  B,  C.  occupation  spinster,  intends
j in applv lur permission tu purcliase the
lollowing ilescribed  lunds:
\    Cummencing at a pnst  planted abuut 3
miles west ol lhe eastern boundary ot Bril.
1 ish  Cnllllllbin  anil (1. miles South iil the Red
Willow  River and  marked "A.  P., S.  W.
: enrner"   luence     north   811   chnins;   llience
cnst   81,  chains;      tlicnce   suulh   So chains;
corner"    llience
wesl    80   chains;
thenee cast 80 el
mencement  conti
less.
uth
haius;   ibenci
ee   north   80   chai
to llie point  ol co
640 acres more
Sept. 0. ALFRED OMAR.
Murcli   18II1.,   1911.  W.  II.  Harrison
ngt
PEACE RIVKR I.AXD DISTRICT,
Districl   ol  Cariboo.
TAKE    in-    thai   Goorge Omar
lends 10 applv  |,.r pcntlissii
the following doscribed laud,.
t'ommeiicilig   nl   11   pnsl   plnnled   ubuul   I
mile wesl oi lhe ensiern bomului'v of Bril
.the following'described Inndi
Commencing ut a posi planned about 1
mile west of the eastern boundnrv ,,f Brit
ish Columbia and 4 chains north of Uic Red
[Willow  Kicer and  marked  "IC.  S   W.,   X
f , IC. corner" thonce south 80 chains: tlicnce
seaman,   m
lo purchasi
ish C.diimlvi
WIDOW    Kliel
Sept™
nil, uf lhe  Ked
id   milked   "0.   0.   S    K.
nurlli   811    ehnins,   thencc
I lli'lice   smilli   811   eliains;
clinins  iu ihe    polnl   ol
colilnillillg 6.40 ncres  more
O.ICIIKGK OMAR.
March  isili . mn. w. II. Harrison, ^1
PEACE RIVKK LAND DISTKICT.
llislrlcl ol Cnril,,,,,.
TAKIC imiice Unit Wallace Lindsay Tnl
(lev, nl Vancouver. 11. c. occupation agent
 ■•'"li I"  upi'lv lor perniission  to  purch
use  llie  lollowini'  described  |nll,|s
Commencing nl a posi planted nbout 1
mile wesl of Ibe ensteru hninuhirv nf British Columbia aiid 2 mile, north of lh- Red
Willow River utul mnrked "W. L. T., N.
K. enrner" Uieuce solltll 811 eluiiiis' llience
west So ehains; tlienco nnrth 80 ebaius;
llience onsl 8n ciiuins in lhe point ol commencement, c.itit.lining b.pi acres mnre ur
less.
Sl'.i).       WALLACE LINDSAY TI'FFLKV
Murcli' 1SII1..   mil.   W.   II.   Harrison,  ngt.
PKACK RIVKR LAXD DISTHICT.
Dislriel  nl Ciiribiiu.
TAKK  nuiice    Ilml   willinm    Omar,   nl
Vancouver, B, C. occupalion Bn.tnoor, in
lends to nnnlv lm- iierinissioii  In |iurcliiise
lhe lu lowiiii' described lnnds:
Commencing nt n pnst plnntod nliout  1
mile wesl nf the eiislelti 1,0111,dure of British ColUU.hiil and ,1 miles soulh ol Hie Rod
Willow Rivet nnd marked "W. 0., S. W.
corner"  lllelico north ft, clinins; Hun e ensl
811 chnins:   ll e  snnlli 80 chiiins;   llience
wesl   80 di,ins   to Hie poim  „| Clllnilieno
mon! containing fun ncres irjnrp ur less.
Se.il. 11. WILLIAM HMAR.
Mnrch 1B1I1., mu. w. II. Harrison, ngt,
l 80 eh
tlienco east 80 eliuins in t
ineiiccineiit, containing 64,
0 chnins
1 ul coin
mnre <u
Sepl.9. ERNEST S. WITHERS.
March isth., 1911. w. II. Harrison, act.
PEACE river 1.ind DISTRICT.
Districl  of Caribon.
TAKE notice thai  Reginald  Barter,  ..I
Vancouver, 11. C. occupalion gentleman, intends to apply fur iierinissinn to purchase
lhe following described  1 Is:
Cnliilneiicim.   nl   a   pnst   plnnled   nboul    t
mile v.esi i,ff tlio eastern boundary „t Brit
ish Columbia nnd 6 miles South nl lhe Red
Willow River and mnrked "R. B„ N. W.
corner" tbeiiee south 811 cli lins- llience ensl
80 chains:   Ihenee  north  So chains;   llience
wesl 81, ehnins In point  ol comineiiceinenl.
colilnillillg 640 ncres mure nr less.
Senl.u. RICGIXAI.D   BARTER.
Marcli 23rd.,   1911.   \V.   II.   Itnrrisi.il,  ngt.
PEACE KIVKK  l.AXD DISTHICT.
Dlslriel   nl  Cnrlbnn.
TAKK iu.; ice Ilml  Kine,sl  Blue, nf Villi-
inttver,  B.  C. nceiiniitliin  lubnrer,  intends
In   ndnlv   fur   tit'l'lnlssiun   to   ulircbuse  the j W'esl Bn ehnins In Hie
following deserihed lunibt.' mont, containing 6-jo ucres mnre or less.
Cominetieiur  ul   11  posl   planted  nliout   1 ] Sent. 9. RALPH  STEVENS
mile west nl ihe eastern boundary of lirit   I  Mnnh 23rd., 1911. w. II. Harrison   ;i"t
PKACK RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
Iiislriet of Cnriboo.
TAKIC notice Ilml     l.elitiu    Fonsecu, nl
Vnucodver,   ll.   C.   occupation   spinster,   in-
lenils in apply fur permission 1.1 purciuise
tlie following described hinds:
Commencing nt n post nlniitwl about 1
mile west of the ensiern tiouudiirv of Brit
ish Caltlmhjn nml f, miles sufftli of the Ked
Willow Hicer nnd marked "L. 1'., N. PC.
corner" (lience sonlh 811 chains; llience
wesl 80 ehnins; thence norlh 80 chains;
tllCIICe ensl 80 chuins  lo lhe poinl  ol  colli
luenc.'ineiii, containing fi.pi neres more ur
Seiil.u. LKTIT1A  FllXSKCA.
Mnrcli 2.111L, mu. w. h. Harrison, ngt.
PEACE RIVEK  I..1XI1 DISTHICT
llislrlcl  ..f C 'no.
TAKK noiice    ilml   Ralph Stevens,  ol
j Vuncniivnr, II. C. occupation gentleman   in
lends In uliplv fur permission In dnichiise
Hie vollowilu. ilescrilieil binds:
Cnllllnciiclllj nt 11 post plnnled aboul I
mile wesl nl the ensiern lilutlldnrv nf British Columbia nnd (1 miles so,,Ih ,,f ihe Red
Willow Kiver nml nmrkci.'R, S.. S. W.
corner" Ihenee norlh 811 eliains; thonco easl
80 elinlns; thenee snlltli 811 chains: Ihcnce
ol cotnnieiiec'-
1'lCACE RIVER I.AXD DlaiRICT.
District nf Cariboo.
TAKIC notice thai  Elmer C.  Robin:
ol Vancouver   II. C. occupalion gentlcn	
intends lo npplv lor permission to purch I 'I'enee wesi Su chains in the point ul cm
ase the following  described  lnnds: IllcncvnlclU,   containing   64"  acres  more  „:
Coinmencing   at  a   posl   planted  about   3 I '.ss   „,„.,„..
miles west of the eastern boundary ol llru- | Shi.* ALVCE PIIKLPS.
ish Columbia and 5. miles llorth ol lhe Red Inarch  -Mrd.,   lull.   W.  II.   Ilnrnsou,  agl
Willow   River  and   marked"E.   C.   K.,   S. I       PEACE KIVER I.AXD DISTHICT,
IC.   comer"   thelice norlh Bu ih.iins;   llience I District ol Cariliun.
west   Bu   chains:   llience   south   80   chains; I    TAKE   nolice   tlmt   Alice   Jane   Webster, i mencement   contaill'og   641
tiience  e.isl   So  chaini   to   point   ol   com   I of  Vancuiicer,   11.   C,   uccupatiun  spinster,   less,
mencement, containing 640 acres mure or ; intends to apply lor penuissiuu to pureli-: Sept.9. JAMES COULTER
PEACE KIVER  LAXD DISTRICT.
Dlslriel  nl Carilioo.
TAKE nuiice that Peter Deh.tig, of Vim
couver,  11.  C.  occupation  accountant,  in-
Sepi.i,. THOMAS ARCHIBALD. ] ll'"'ls to upply lor permission n, purchase
March 21st.. mil.   VI. II. Harrison, ugt. 'the Inlluwiiig described lands'
 — j    Commencing  at  u  post   planted  about 5
PKACE RIVER LAND DISTHICT.       \mila wesi oi the eastern boundary ol Brit-
District „( Curibuo. ' Isll Columlilil und 4 miles soulh ot the Hed
TAKIC   nolice   Unit      David   O'llrien,   ol f Wilms  Kner and  marked   "P.   1).,  S.   IC'
Vancuuver, II. C.  uccllpatiiili ennk, iniends    enrncr"    thenee    liurlh Bu    chains:    theuce
lo   applv   ior   permiss:.ui   lo   purcliase   llie 1 w>'st   So   chains;   llielue   south   Su   chains;
lollowing  describeil   lands: ' thence easl 80 ebaius lo lhe point oi com-
Commencing al a post planted about s i mencement, containing 040 acres more ur
miles west .a lhe eastern boundary ol lint'- - 'Ms.
ish Columbia and 2 miles north ol the Red   Sept.9. PETER DEI.0NG.
Willow   Kiver   and   luarkeil'D.   (I.,   S.   W. !   Murch  24th.,   1911.   W.   II.   Harrison, ugt,
corner" thencc nnrth 80 chains, llience east j	
80  chains:   tiience  south  80  chuins:   theuce PEACE HIVICR l.AXD DISTRICT,
west 80 chnins to the uoint of commence- I     ...     Dislrict nl Cariboo.
j ment, containing (no ncres more or less.       I    TAKE    notice   that    Hubert   Buclev,   nl
Sept.9. DAVID O'BRIEN. Vancouver, U. C. occupation clerk, intends
March 21st., mil.   W. H. Harrison, agt, I1"  al'l'ly  lot  permission   to  purchase the
. ..  j Inlluwiiig   descrihed   lnnds:
PEACE HIVICR l.AXD DISTRICT. Commencing  at  a  post  planted  ubmit 5
Dislrict ol Cariboo. milra "est ol the eastern boundary ,,1 llrit-
TAK1C  notico   Hint     James Coulter, ol   '•■ Columbia and 4 miles north ol  the Red
Vancouver. II. C. occupation teamster, in- ! Willow  Hiv'r and markeh  "R.  II.,  N.  W
tu apply lor permission lo purchase
lhe  following described lands:
Commencing al a post planled about s
miles west oi lhe eastern boundary I t Brit
ish Columbia and 2 miles norlli of the Red
Willow Rner, and marked "J. C, -X. W.
comer" Uieme SOUtll Bo chains; llience
enst So chains; tlicnce north 80 chains;
thence wost 80 ihains to noint ,,1 comes  more  or
lhe   [ollowing   described   lands:
less.
Sepi. a. ELMER '.'. ROBINSON.     |   Commencing nt a post planted aboul 3
March i.sili., iun.   W. 11. Harrison, agl. ■ miles wesi ui the eastern boundary -a Brit
-   ish Columbia nnd f,', miles south oi the Red
j   March .'Isl.,  lull.    W. II. Harris  agt. i    Commen'
thencc Soulh So cl is; tbence enst
Bu chains;   thence   north  80 chains;   tlicnce
west So eliains iu the point oi commence*
ment containing f.40 .uns more or less.
Sent.9. ROBERT  BUCLEY,
3Iarch 24th.,  1911    v,.  II    Harrison, agt.
PEACE HIVICR LAND DISTRICT.
District ui Cariboo.
TAKE   nutiee   thai    I'i ter   Marshall,   nt
Vancouver, B. c. occupation accountant,
intends in apply lor permission in purchase   lhe   I.dinWilli:  lies-'lited   l.uuls;
PEACE HIVICR I.AXD DISTHICT.
Districl  ol Carihoo.
PEACK KIVKK  LAND DISTRICT.       j Willow  Kiier and marked  "A.   .1.  W.,  X. j    TAKIC  nolice  Unit   Alphonso Am.iuil,  ol
District ol Carihoo. ! K. corner"  theuce soutli Su chains, llience | Vancouver, II. C. occupation joiner   iniends
TAKE   notice  thnt    .1- l.u   Murdoch,   nl I wcsl  8u chnius;   llience  nurth  80 chains;   to  apply  lor  pcrmtss.cu  to purchase  the
Vancouver, 11. C. occupation teamster, in   - llience east 80 chains to the point id coin-   following ilescrilieil lunds
lends  lu npplv  lot  permission lo purcl
lhc lollow,,,"'descrii,,1  lands.
Ci noncing .11 a post   plnnl
mencement, containing (no ucres more
isl. Columbia and V, miles north ..I the Red
Willow Rlvcr and marked"J. M, X. w.
corner"  thenco    soulh  So   chains;   llience
Commencing at .1 post planted about
miles wesi ..I ihe eastern huundarv ol Brit     Sept
ish Columbia and 4 mibs norlh nl lhc Rid      "'
Willow River and marked "A. A , X. w.
conn."  tnence    south   80 chains   thence
east   80   chains,     thence   11,,rlh   Sn   chains;
weat So .hams lo Un- poinl ,,| cm
the   U
Sepl.9. .mux Mi'i.'iiiit'ii.
Man Ii istlt., mil     w   I!   Harrison, agt
.l'K.U'l. HIVICR  LAND DISTRICT.
District oi Cariboo.
TAKIC notice Unit  Laura   Rcglan  Ken
lail,   nl     Vancouver,   II,    C ,  occupatioi
ipinsier,  Intends to nnplv  lor permissioi
:n   purchase   lhe   lollowing   described   l.ni,Is
Commencing -it a posl   planted about ;
miles wesi oi ihe eastern boundary "1 lint
ish Coliimlii ul --,', miles iioiili oi Hie Re.
Willow River and marked "I.. K K , X
K. comer" thence soutli ft. chains; thenci
wesl  So chains;   thenco nortli  8d  cl alns
thonco east So chains I,, llle poinl "I coin
mencement, coutnining (1411 acres morc "
less.
Scnt.,|. LAURA K1CC.1XA KENDALL
March ijlli,, inn.   w   II. Hurrison, .1 ■:
ut t   Sept 0.        ALICE JANE WEBSTER.
llril   ,   March 2trd.,  mil.  W. II.  Harrison, agl
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTKICT.
Districl ul Cariboo.
TAKIC notice that John II. Morrison, id , tlicm
Vancouver, H. C.    occupalion gentleman,  'nencement, containing 630 acres m .:
inteiuls  tn  applv iur  periuissiiui   lu  purch-    less.
nse the lollowing described lands: Sept-9, ALPHONSE AMAXU
Commencing al a post planted about 3|  Marcli 211th., hii   w, ii   11 10n,
miles wesl ul Hie ciisieni boundary "I llru    '— '	
isl, Columbia nml 6)1 mllea south ol Uie Rod ;      PEACE HIVICR LAND DISTRICT
Willow   Kner   and    rked   "J.   II    M.,   S. Dislriel   ,.|  I iril
E. Corner" thencc north Bn chains, llicnci      TAKE notice  that  Cliflord t' Idwell,
ch.i
then
ch.'
id
e  south
u  the  pu
img 1.40
Vancouver, 11.  c.
tends  pply i,,r pirn
the following described
>   Commencing at .1 nos
.mi
|osi planted about 5
miles wesl ol llie eastern boundary ol British Columbia and 4 miles smith 01 lhe Red
Willow Kner und iu.nk'e.1 "P. M., N. K.
comer" Iheuce smith 80 chains ihcnce
wcsl 80 chains; thenco nurth 80 chains,
thence east So ehnins lo lhc point ol cotn-
meiiceiii'iiiaiul containing (140 ucres mure
ur  less
PETER MARSHALL.
Mnnh --itli-,   iun,  W.   ll.   Harrison, ngt.
PEACE RIVEK LAXD DISTRICT,
District ui Cariboo.
TAKIC  nolice     lhal   Frederick  Bell,  nl
Vancouver, H   C. occupation clerk, Intends
' HI   to   purcliase   the
Is;
Comment .,1 a post planted about s
miiis ii, 1 1 ike lasiern boundary oi Brit
ish C.limit :.i und 4 chains suuth nl lhe Ked
Willow Rner ami murked "F. II., s W
comer" tbence north 80 ebaius, thence
easl So diains, tiience south So chains
the point ol ."lu
ll,11
ml 6
miles wesl ol ihe eastern boundary ol British Columbia and 41, miles south ol the Red
Willow River and marked "R. A., M, lc
corner" thence south 80 eliains; theuce
west 80 eliams; thenee north 80 chains;
tiience easi 80 chains iu the point ol commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Sept.9 ROBERT  ANDERSON.	
PEACE RIVER I.AXD DISTRICT."
Districl ol Carilioo.
TAKK notice  thai Charles Forrester,  of
Vancouver, 11. C. occupaiioii clerk, intends
to apply  for permission  to  purchase the
(ollowmg   described   lauds:
Commencim' at a post planted about (1
miles west ul the eastern boundary ol British Columbia and 2', miles north iii the Red
Willow River and marked '"C. F., N. IC.
corner" tliencc south 80 chains-, tlicnce
wcsl Hn chains; thence nurtli 81, chains;
thence easl 80 chains 1.1 lhe point ,,l commencement containing 640 acres nmre or
less.
; Sept.9. CHARLES KliRKESTHK.
PEACE RIVER LAXD DISTKICT."
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice thai Charles Ilennessy nl
Vancouver U. C. occupation merchant, intends to apply ior permission to purchase
lhe (ollowing'descrilied lands:
Commencing at u post planled about 6
miles west ol lhe cistern boundary oi Brit-
isll Columbia and 2', milts north ol the Re I
Willow River nnd marked "C. II., S IC.
comer" thence north So chains; thence
west   80  cbuins;     llience  soutli   Bu  chains;
theiice -.'ast 80 chains to the point „( commencement containing 740 acres more nr
less.
Scpt.9. CHARLES  HENNESSY.
PKACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District ul Cariboo.
TAKIC    nntiee   that     Juhn   Barllelt,  nf
Vancouver,  B.  C.    occupation  accountant
intends to   npplv   for permission   to   purchuse the   following   described   lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 6
miles west nf the eastern boundary nl British Columbia and .-mile north oi the Red
Willow Kicer and marked "J. B., X. K.
cnnier" theuee south 80 chains; thence
wesl 80 chuins: thence north 80 cliains;
thence ensl Sn chuins In Hie puint ol commencement containing 640 acres more or
less.
Scpt.u. .mux  BART1.KTT.
March  26th.,  mil.    W. 11.   Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVER l.AXD DISTHICT"
'   D'slrict of Cariboo.
TAKK notice thai Leonard M.iekie, nl
Winnipeg, -Man., occupation Clerk, intends
to applv iu perinissiun tu purchase the
fulluwing described   lauds:
Commencing at a post plauted abuut 1
mile west ui tiie eastern boundary oi British Columbia ami 4 mites north iif the Red
Willow Kner and mnrked "I.. 31., -X. IC.
curlier" thelice smith 80 chains; thence
wesl 80 chains; thence north 80 chains:
thence easl So chains to the point of commencement, containing (140 acres more or
less.
Sept. 9. LEONARD  MACK1K.
March i.sth., mn.   W. II, Harrison, agt.
PEACE KIVER I.AXD DISTRICI'.
Districl ol  Caribou.
TAKE nonce Unit Geprge Henry Tacey
oi Vancouver, B. C. uccupaiion occupaiioii
tiut.il worker inteiuls to applv fur permis-
si 11 to purchase the lollowing doscribed
lands:
JOHX   II. MORRISON.
.,   mil.   W.   II.   llarris.ni
wesl   SS   Hums;
theme east So ,h.
PEACH RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislncl  ol Cud	
TAKE notice thnl Qrace Lee Inks.1,1,
nf Winnipeg, Man., occnpat'oii sicnog
ruiihcr, inieiuls to applv dot' pennlssiiill to
purehase lhe following ilescrilieil lauds
Commencing ut a post planlcl nboul 1
miles wesl of ihe eastern boundary id Bril
ish Columbia mui J% miles north ol Ha Red
Willow Riier nnd marked "G, I.. I.. S.
W. corner" llience north 811 cll.iil.s: IhcllCO
eust Bn chains; llience south Si chains;
theuee wesl 80 elmins to lhc llollll ol com
meucelilelit, containing I1411 acres tini.' 01
less.
Seoi.n.           OR \CE LICE INKSATER.
March 141I1., mn.   w. II. Hani' ., ." 1
PKACE RIVKR  l.ANI) DISTRH T
District ni C •"<,
TAKE nolice lhal Fred Tuvlor, .i Vnn
couver, 11. C. oiciipnlion merchant, nil,-,1,1s
to upidv bu- permission  to  purclinsc ihe
following describod I s-
Commencim nl  u pwi   planlcl   ihonl   1
miles wesl ol lhe eolen, I,nin,;,!,' ,,l lliil
isli Columbia nml ;■'. miles IU Mil n't lhe Red
Willow Kicer and innrkell "F T , S. IC
corner"   tliencc    north  So .1 Una;   theme
we'll   811   ih,lies;      tllCIICC   Soiitli   Sn   chains;
Ihenee cusl 8,1 chains I" lhe polnl ..( cln
Sepl .11.
Mar.h
PEACE, HIVICR  l.AXD DISTHICT.
Dlslriel oi Cariboo.
TAKE notice lhat William Juhn IIiiul.
lilt nl Edmonton, Alta , occupation pro,
pi-dor, iniends to apply lm periuissiiui to   ""'""""
purchase llie following descrilied lands: . S\'   '
Commencing nl a post  planted 1 nt 3   ',.',',,   „„,
miles wesi "i ihe eastern boundary a. Brit- |     '"" ''"
ish Ciillllnbi.i uud 4ji miles south ol lhe Red
Willow Hitcr and marked "W.  ,1.  11., N.
u, 1,,filer" ihcllCC Suulh Bn .hauls llience
easl Su chains; Ihellce Imrih ft, ch.nlis;
Uieme wesl  Sll chains lo llle point  "I Com
iiienicnuiit, coin,lining (,411 acres more nr
ii a l"'st  planted  shout  j
miles wesl   ol  Ihe cislcii,  boUlldsn  "' "nl
,.i.   isli Columbia nml 1 miles south ..[ the Red
L-   Willow Kiier .,,,,1 mnrked    C, C„ N.  !•;. 1
le:
•epl
_4o
FREDERICK BELL.
Comment
ng 1
t a
l"SI    |
lant.il nbout  1
mile west .
1 Hit
CIS 1
indary "f Brit.
ish ."hum
.1 .11
1 4 1
liles 1
• nh al the Red
Willow   Kn
K. comer"
er  .1
then
d   III
irked
nh s,
"t'.,   11.   T.,   S.
.hams,   Ihenco
west   80   c
.nils
Ha
ce   s
illi   So   chains;
theuce   eas
80
il,.,,
s    to
1 t   "1  corn-
lllclicellleut,
Cull
.lllllll
c.  640
acres more or
less.
till
the
ith So ch
is I" lhe point ol
ng   0411   aires   mor
March  241I1.,   1111.  W.   II.   Il.1rr15.il, agt. j Sept. 9. OEORGE HENRY TACEY.
PKACE HIVICR  LAXD DISTRICT.        |   March i.lh.,  mn.    W.  II. Hams igt.
PEACE RIVKR  I.AXD DISiRlci.
District ot Cariboo
TAKE
Districl ol Caribi
lotict  ihai   .luhn   Allred   Hamil
CLIFFORD CALDWELL.
on   w    II   Harrison, not,
Sepv.n.     WILLIAM  JOHN  IIISCIII.II-'F
March .'lib.,   mn-  W.  II    Harrison,  sgl,
PKACE KIVKK l.AXD DISTRI.T.
District nl Cud ■
TAKIC nolico Umi Harvey Clifton, of casl So .lm
Vancouver, H. C. occupntion cariwuter, iu tlienco west
tends t" applv lur permission lu purchnso mencement
He lollowing ilescrilieil lands: less.
Commencing nt a pusi  planted aboul 3 | Sept.9
111,les wcsl "I lhe e.islel'u boUlllln.) "I Bril
ish I,'I,,,,,1',,, .md 4', miles suulh ol llle He
Willow Itlvcl and marked "II. C, N. I'
, irncr" thencc -outh 80 ihains, ihen,
,1, .1 Bo iii.iins.  Uicnco   north So chaini
1 1 So chains l" llie point ol coir
inciiccincul   containing 640 mres moro mi,,  apply
less.
Sepl a HARVEY CLIFTON
March .'Uh , mn   W. II.  Harrison,
PKACK Kit ICK I.AND DISTllH i.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTKICT.
District oi t ,11 it-no
TAKE notice that  Vnnce Vnn Allen, nf
Vancouver, 11  C   occupation clerk, inteiuls
annly lor permiss'on i- purclmse ibe fallowing described l.uuls:
Commonclng at .1 post planted about ,s
miles wesi oi the eastern bouiidnri nl Brit
ish Columbia and ,1 miles north of lhe Red
Willow   Knel   and   mailed   "V,   V.   A ,   S.
W. 1 nr" ihenco north So chains' thenco
II. C. occ ti.m gent
lemon, Intenils  pply lor permissinn t,,
purchase  iln- lollowing descrilied  lands:
Commencing ,,1 ., post planted ubout 1
miles uest   "I  the easier,, boundary ol Bril
ish  Columbia  .Old  | chnins SOUtll   "I Ule   Red
Willow Rivel  .unl marked "J. A.  II,, S.
li   ."inn" thenco  Ah So chains;  ihcnce
Wesl    so    Ji.,;,is;    Uienee    SOUtll    So    chains.
TAKE  notico  lhat  Ce. ll   Allied   Bull, uf
Vancouver, II   C   occupati in engineer, in-
,r permission  to purehase
..ribe
.-.I
isl Bo chains lo Hie  I
It,  ' '""tig  640 ...
ish Columbia .
Willow   Rner
W  corner" He
unit   t
e eastern Boundary uf Brit.
id 4 miles north of the Kid
iiil marked "C, A, 11., S,
ncc norlh So chuius;  thence
sl
the
or
■st So
ch.i
cli.
I"
VANCE VAX ALLEN.
March lath , mn. w   II   Harrison, .,,
PEACH KIVER I \Mi DISTRICT
Districl "I Cud	
TAKE notice tlmt  Allen Then, ol V.i
mtver, ll   C   "iiiii'.iii'.n salesman. 1111 en
lo
ll-
il
11
ulu
Iollowin
'    Comm
'     nub's 11
nh  Coll
Willow
ihn
till
nt.
!,|o
less.
Seni.o. FRED TAYLOR,
March   14II1 ,1011.    W.  II.  Harrison,  ,ic
PEACK RIVER LAND DISTRII I'.
Dislriel    ill   C,ildioi
TAI.E notice Ilml Ainlnu  Co. k, nl V.,
couver, B. C. oceupatlou collector 1 Inten
So 11.,1
S.1.1.11.
March loth., iu
TAKE i"i"c llial Frank Monte, ..1
Vancouver, 11 t' occupation salesman, In
lends i" appl) t"t petiinssion lo purchalo
il,,. following described l.uuls
Commencim il .1 punt planted nboul 3
miles wesl "i tic cistern hounilnry ol lint.
Ish Columbia and t1, miles snntli ol the Sod
Willow River .ml mnrked"!''. M., S. W,
Comer" Ihcnce llt.rlh ft. chains; Ihelice eust I        PEACE HIVICR LAXD DISTRICT.
Sii chains   iiiu'"' louth So ihains: ihcnce I District ol Cariboo.
ii,,! so chains m tlie point nl commence-     TAKIC notico    Ilml   Peter  Haynllds,
: menl containing 640 acres inure nr less.       Vuncoinei, 11, C. nccunntlnu agent, [Me
j,,,,,,,. FRANK MOORE. i" amity  lor  permission 1.1
M.11.I1  14U1.1  lull-  W.  H-  Harrison, ngl.   Iidlow'ii:   disnlied  lands;
epl a- ETHEL HICKS.
M.ir.h j ill,., 1911   w. 11. Harrison, agt.
PEACE HIVICR LAXD DISTRICT
District ,.i Cariboo.
.1  "A.  T,  S.   IC. ]    TAKIC  notice    thai     William   Hicks,  nl
Bo di v   thenco  Vancouver, B  V  occupation gentleman. In-
snnlli So chains;   tends to npply lor permission lu purcliuse
lhe point  ,,l coin   I llie lollowing  described   lands:
lescribed   land'.:
1   .1 l'osl planted about
"i ihe eastern botiudarv 0. Hr
 unl 1 mlles 1101 1   lhe   Red
ng   640   acres   I e
ALLEN TIIICX,
W.  II.   Ilaiiison, ngl
Comm
miles west
isll   ."lllllll
Willow  Hn
cornor"  ih
I wesl   811   chains;   lhe
I times casl 80 chains
id   inencement, coin,nun
ds    less.
to point ol commen■
cement, conta-ling s.pi acres inure ur less.
Sept. 9 CECIL ALFRED BOLT.
March 151I1., 11,11.   w. II. Harrison, agt.
PEACE RIVKR LAXD Dl-.RICT,
Disirici ni Cnriboo.
TAKE  notice  tli.it   Wiiinilred   Mary  Sic-
vena uf Vancouver, It. C. occur.^itioti spinster,   inlcmts    tn  upply   inr  permissiun   lo
purcliase llie following described lnnds:
Commencing at a post planned nliout 1
mile west ol tlie eusterii Boundary of British Columbia nnd 4 miles north nf lhc Hid
Willow River, uud marled "II. II. S., S.
W. Corner" thence north 80 chains; llience
e.ist So chnius'; tbencc smith 80 cbuins;
thenee   wesl   80     chains   to   the   poinl   of
commencement, containing 6-i" ucres iimro
ur less.
SEP. u.     WIXXll'RICD MARV STEVENS,
Marcli 22ud., 1911. w.  n. ii,,ins ui, agt.
PEACE RIVKK  l.AXD DISTKICT.
Districl oi Cniih	
TAKIC nnliee that Mace t'.arcev, „l Vancuuver, 11. C. occupation |olnor, Intends to
apple ior permiss  lo purehase lhe following ilescrilieil   lunils;
t planted aboul 5     Commencing ut a post planted aboul 1
the cistern bolliidiiry of Brit miles wesl of the ensiern boundary .1 Brit.
und 4 chains south ol Hie Ked Ish ColuirlMn and 2 miles soutii nl ihe Rid
nud   marled   ;'W.   II., N.   E.    Willow   River nud   marked   "M,   0.,  S,   W,
Bo  chains;   thencc I corner"  theme   iioi-ih 8u   chiiiis,  thenco
Sepl 9, JOHX ALFRED HAMILTON,
March 211I1,  ion. w.  II.  Harrison, ngt.
I'K.U'K RIVER  I.AXD DISTRICT,
liistrict oi Cariboo.
TAKE noiice ihai EUiel links ,.| Vancouver, il. C. occupation spinster, ml-nils
to apply  lo,  permission  10 purchase the
loiluwing described lands:
Commencing .it ., post piunted about .s
miles west ol lhe eastern I olliulary ol Br
ish Colon I 1 chuins south ot tho Red
Willuu   River and  ked  "IC.  II., N.  W.
comer"  tlicnce  south     So chains;  Uicnco
easl  S" chains;    thence north 80 chains;
llullll- west So ibains I,, lh,, point   ,,f .„,„.
Iniiueiuent   contuining   640  acres  more  or
I" lhc
rlh   Su  chains
pu
1 un
lhc   Sept.9, WILLIAM   HICKS.
i  3]ai.b 24111., 1911. w. 11. Harrison, agt,
east   811   chains
tlirlie
uth
.lc,
tbence west 811 clinins lo the polnl ul com
meiueiiielit containing 640 .ores Inure or
less.
Sept.9, .MACK flAKVKV.
March 2..H1.,  mn. W.  II. lliurisou,  ugt. AGE I'iiIU
THE    HERALD
Idlldlll.
Tl,.. doctoni
being preachoi
Nut  in lhc vg
monologue fanatic of the
corner; un iiulii iilu.-il lew
gaunt, with blazing, deep
eyes und long talon-like Iii
who raves   of the red   li
Socialism and the world-si
ing power of the musses, ;
In waste for v. am t i atte
tonishingly shorl space of time
one will have u corner on the
visible supply oi sen null's eggs,
or perrywinkles. < lo mil iu the
woods in the v. inter time and
road the inl" told by tit' trunks
in  the snow. Tin'   rabbit  torn
of Socialism i-  ''""' mangled I" l'i''''l the Coyote
in 'our midst!  °r '!"' blue grouse slain by lhe
..I il,,- ranting  hawk-the battle ol the strong;
.....   survival of llie httest
.SEPTEMBER!! int.
For
Sale
Nechaco
River water-
t'rontagre
Within one
mile of subdivisions
.       Apply t0
N H WESLEY, Second street
i" platform of the Socialist
i-l.v attains as near political
perfection as any platform ever
I- the lulu.
but lh" doc
founded ttpu
lho parly's
if'lu". whii
Ul hypothe
follows:
"III   I'M
,-hil.
|,l'lr.'i , '..,,   ....   ,....,    ,	
evolved. It is created from tljo
i,"  declaration of principles written
l-SIDIlSll- ill r
r •       invil lo meet each new phase ot
',"-,,.■  commercial   progress   thai  has
,   '„     marked the march of commerce
ml mil'   , , ,    .
iri-'lisni    •   sl"    events ,1S tIn- improve-
I      j   menl  in  mechanical contrivan-
.lui   IIS '"'  ''"' production of com-
bul with its idealism,
it!
.nib f.
."-'li
alive tribal
land in coi
has been a
•■lllllll   .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
it seems to us—to end. Perhaps,
us Mr. _lclniii_ points out, the
course   uf   human   events   arc
I   .1 ,   Irending Inwards a period when
•    the creed of tho Socialists will
ilfer a   solution lo a complo..
.. and        .    .        ....   , '
.   crisis in pull!ical economy, ev-
■'. olved mil  of tho congestion of
l-.-jii Lhe markets by lhc process of
, _ mechanical   perfection   in   pro-
i' -tl nnd ,',,('l'<>" without   new  fields for
if lhal ' exploitation   of capita!. It
nth'  tlic 's a hope based far in "fubures"
mankind lnl''0,'n'   credulity taxing— yet
if iinni ''used upon a summary of conditions lhat exist.
Fort George Brick Co.
We are now prepared
lo accept orders for
brick and lime. Also
to job by contract.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Jorgensen & Knox
Proprietors
Lunelle ave., South Fort Georg.
ifcy Liweij
and jp(g/
HAMILTON & WHITE
PUOPMETOKS
1
Second St.
J
Rigs, Saddle and Pack Horses furnished on short notice }
Draying of all kinds and excavating done. Feed of all sorts |
continually kept on hand. 1
Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. 1
on of prim
cty, holding
minion ownership,
I history of cln..
struggles, contests between exploiting and exploited, ruling
and oppressed classes; the his- ,
lory of thesii class struggles I
forms   a scries of   evolution;	
now-n-dnvs, n stage has been      ., , ■ ,   r r
i    ,   • ., i  -.   ■       ue are in receipt of a eopv of
i-eacii'i     wvu    the   exploited .,     v    i      ri . .,; i .' •
i i    i .i Hie New Dry t lironicle, com.inl
ine   oppressed class—the pro- ,  , ;       , •  , ,
. '.' .   .. i mi. a vivid and interes_iiig dus-
et aria I—can nol nt la.ii i s cm       • ,■       ,• ,i. , ,•
. , , , 'il iliiiii,  Irom    Hi.' pen of  tne
.m,.||,.,l.,.,i   [mm    il,,.  _„ ,u-  ,,i ..  i      i .    .
Church of England Work.
lation from   the
sway
Rev,  li.  II.  I.  Williams of the
Districts ol
Fori George, Nechaco Valley, Fraser
Valley, Bu'L'ey Valley and Slcney Creek
For Sale
BL C. WIGGINS   "1
FARM
Real Estate
GARDEN TRACTS
Valuations and investments made for owner., and out-of-
town buyers.
Fire Insurance Afienl for
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd.,  British-American Assurance
Co., and the Liverpool __ London & Globe Insurance Co.
FOURTH ST.      - SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C
the exploiting and ruling clnsi (,|nu,eli of     England>B Cariboo
' lhe hitrgoisie-without at   he MigAt_ Ml u,,u) ,mH ,a,.)>n up
same tune, nnrt onee and lor hig   --gi-,-m._    in South    Fort
email '	
Town Lots
Farm Lands
Garden Tracts
Government land for purchase
and  pre-emption  located,
For full particulars apply to
Edward Roberts
Sales Agent. Notary Public.
Insurance A .ent, Auctioneer
Valuator,
Olllces:
South Fort George and Fort George
Fort George
Prescriptions a
Specialty
Telcgrnphic address:
____ mc.   ii ^i.ii un-     in I'uiiiii     mu ii "Erin," Fort George,  B.C.
all,    emancipating society al   Ge of ,,„, :ollrney of him. _	
large  from    all   exploitation,   ,e]f and other members of the  T
oppression,   class distinctions,   pnrty( from    London  England  j
and class struggles. ....   to Quesnel,     British Columbia.
Uillian,  Mclnnis   ex-SocialistTh_   Rev      y]j.   williams   is J
repre-swituliyo, in thei provincial Lainber of    the mission which      I\ f
legislature, for lhc city of Pho-  fmds its t in Qne of u,, j     llj«ig I A
pnix  13 C. addressed a mesting   .„„„.„.,      ^_h._    in     South j I  Ul UJ, \AI.
m the lm. George    heatre on  London. We regret that lack of
Itlontlav    evening    la. I.   being1 uu^—m—mmm ■    ■
Labor Day. Mr. Mclnnis is ,-
sincere preacher of the Socialis
tic gospel, lie sees in tho real
izntion of tin party's principles
the solution to _ho problem oi
a moro universal happiness. B
| Wm.Blair&Co. I?
' '"■'""" '■ ^iEr-..^»---Fteii-5i,iL_^r'i«jw
he article in its entirety. Thc .
final paragraph    sums up  the I
'ask     thai   Rev. Mr.   Williams
us   set  out      to do,   .and his j
lincerity and comprehensive up-
.. -■■ i iirec'iation of the new world in
socialism, ns evolved from hn- | whidl h(, ,•„„,. himge]f up ^
inlerpretntion of the manilesto \..,.,, t.npidl winnmg [ol. |lim a
Mr. Mclnnis would emancipate most _;„_,.,,, _ ,d from M
the   workine class,  annihilate! [en0minations bare. In conclu-
the possibility ol super-abun
dant individual wealth, am
shatter and scatter the monej
power. Listening to Mr. Mc
Innis in the Kurt George Then
Ire on Wonday nigLl  the scent
^^^^^^^^^^^ !n coi
ling his article Mr Williams
writes: "In some ways this
nission is a particulary tliffi-
■n 11 one to work. To start with
jour "parish" or area for which
    ' ""■'   '"-"   ""' N'l'in' | we ure responsible is verv near
carried us back, in a flight of hy tne siz(, „f England, and no
ii.ciniii'v.     li,   Hie    il'ic-c   ..-I.....
A lot's:, stock nf  which is always un liantl.
Drugs, Clicaiiciils. Patent Medicines,
Matca-iiii's, ll'sil-s. stieiuncry.
Tuilci Arliclea, Drusslstfi' Sundries
1
\4
\4
4
4
1
POWT   BUY   ON _PAPiy
Wc don't ask you to purchase South F'ort George lota b
making a pencil mark on a townsite plan   You would *
be safe in so doing, but if skeptical
i     come to     .         .	
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
Investigate Cur Proposition   e=
and you will find a good live town-Two banks, saw mill
pool hall, newspaper, two general stores, splendid
hotel, bakery, stationery store, mail-boat
landing, scores of buildings,
and crowds  of  satisfied   buyers
wniTK FOR INFORMATION TO
'CO.
172 Hastings Street, Vancouver, I. C , or the resident agent,
g. e. Mclaughlin
Fourth Avenue, South Fort George
WM. KENNEDY, Manager.
Cor. Second and Ilamillcn Aves., SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. 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.
4^^,^^j&,^^,WjW,W,W*W,
when Irailways to tret about (il most-
other   Socialists    entered   tin
political  nrono.   Oi
ly has to lie (lone on horseback)
Killed to which t.he population
s exceedingly sparse und settt-
tered-—in till that dislrict there
! ire only about 17,000 souls—
aines I -0[    twice   the  population  of
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 35.)
NOTICE is hereby given that
on the 12th day of September j
next, application will be made to
the Superintendent of Provincial
police for the grant of a licence
'or the sale of liquor by retail in
and upon the premises known as
Hotel Northern, situate at South
Fort George, upon the lands de- j
icribed as lots 14, 15, 16, block!
11, 931
Bated this 12th day of Aug. 1911 j
ALBERT JOHNSON.
Dissolution of Partnership
'"■-I.    UUI    ((Ul    11','lSl,    UIC   C()SI    ()[      ,IYIII_   -'-   LUC    jl.ll 1I1UIMII|,     ar.     io' AL.
ving and     the cost of every, j he paid to him, and all claims;^ __"\k
him.   is   enormous,    25-con.s Usainst the partnership are to be \_4 __ M_a^ n _____■___ n_ _B____________n________l       _A
■aboul    Is.    „f   „llr     |,;„ | i^j.iresen ted at South Fort George'JI ^i_LJp<L^I^t;___.&_£-.f K
none'y) is the smallest, coin in l;oJ' W. Cameron by the claim- JJ ^"^ OITirCTWB^    74
ise up here, this means you pay i '"n   ''Z Zl be,setnt,ed b-v him-  <i                 WW M! WJCi»iHJCiJL   ^
'- '"'.' » ^<ZZ '-S' 1° ''-" I *Sa^. ±SZ,.\JVtt,Ge0^V i-H a_^_ t_A- f4
lour horse  shod, eggs lis. per
hiz, now (in   winter   Is. each)
.._■     ......        .....     «V-    --CCI-C1     U.v    lillll.       ~«
Dated at South  Fort George - _\
this 24th day of July, 1911. *A
ALBERT JOHNSON S
ROBERT MICHAEL BURNS \fA
Witness:   J. W. Cameron.       I^B
Liquor Act, 10IO
Section 35.
4
_________-_______* Hi pari,;c
ular, .lames Burst Huwthorne
thwaite, lhe brilliant ex-Social
ist of Nnniamo, W hy tho "ox?"
liuiV'a'sl-'inlisi  now-no "he I vr°l , lW1Cu    ""'   P°P}llation  of I 	
made a success of lho business i Newb''5''1?ul !'"•'>' day people     Nolice is hereby given that the
and got  tho inon.'v   nnd will-i '"'i    ?olan^ ll"° tae country,  partnership heretofore subsisting
his rise io allluonee'     i.„i hi k .   '"'" '''"   wnat mnv  between the undersigned, as ho-
eontaminntion with the canitil I !',lppt'n, '" ""' '"'vt five >'fillrs?  te!   Proprietors,  at South Fort
ist class he used In rat ■ '• i. nt ' winters out  here arc   Seorge, has this day  been  dis-
ilew away the red hoi Social s    ■"V<T"' nll'Vl','"1--' between 30 to solv«l (by mutual consent).
prine-'plos he had used' '""',' I '" degrees of   frostl  when one     The business will be wound up
ping stones    i'„ fame i ml"Z ' ,""sl ',lso s,"'-hs '"' >U'* teams.   by.J>   W.   Cameron.   All debts■>_.
nine  Mr  Mclnnis'in hi !   "'ls1, but ""' lonst' (l"' cost of i ^ving to the partnership are tojM
of Monday    night   omitled   •. I -V-ing "n<l     ""' r"''''t ot evorv-lDe Paid..to him> an.d al1 claims|C^
seems to us, some \,,ry crucial
points   in    his argument. Tin
working man, according lo hi.
illustrations   of    the   gonerul
principles  governing manufael
urios, were not getting a fait ro
hn.burso_i.Gii1  for supplying i|„
vital     power   thai  turns    i!„
wheels of commerce, Accordini
to nn illustration he puve, llu
averugo   factory,   after payin
all      running    expenses,   'am
taking into consideration then
consumption    of raw material
was able i,, account nboul lul
the period of labor supplied ai
dear profit on their books  as
According i" Mr.  Mclnnis, „,„
•".I'd      Hi"   labor   period   s„„
p.ied by ilc working class i-
sullicient top,",,- tho running expenses "in I.,',,". Never n wore
•''I""" comnotition. .ccordhn
'" Mr- Mclnnis, h npponrs a\
though mnnufnoturers have i
dcail.-iiMinoi-l'il-cvncI,     ,,„    fn).
Illlil' the monienl ihen- niacL
inery is installed. Vol who
from tho window of n railway
enrrmge, Ins nol looked „u'(
t'mo after time iipon a vista of
warehouses empty, and falling
>nto decay, and factory ch'dr.
noys smokeless ;ll„| moss-cakod
all sneaking eloquently of the
levelling power of oompotitioi
m   trade, a    competition   thai
smashes   the    small man, thm
h,,|!,s ' ulralizc   lhe money
power, and oomponsntos its dis' I
tribulion.   Yd    Mr,    Mclnnis'
speech was full ,,f interest. To
listen to n   Socinliat who hns '
Hindi' a   close   study   of sooia' j
phiinoini'iin    one   must  be i.n- |
prossBd. ll brings to ones mun
TO GET IN ON THE GROUND
FLOOR BUY NOW.
Every ground floor has its limitations. After all its space is
oceuppied it's up to you to climb the stairs.
Don't climb the stairs for profitable investment in real-
estate here. Get in before it is too late.
The G. T. P. have bought the Indian Reserve. Fort George will be
the big inland city of the road.
Come to me.   I'll help you buy.    Write for acreage
N. H. WESLEY
Real Estate Specialist South Fort George
Fort George Trading & Lumber Co., Limited
Operators of Steamers on the Fraser, Nechaco and   EJjJjjjJ, ™"'aS0t_4^fi5
Stuart Rivers Hantifaclurers of Lumber   ^KffiiiSffi1''"11" "l0
All kinds of rough and dressed
==^
^HEADQUAEfERS">
FORT
FOR
YOU CAN STIIX BUY
Good Land at Reasonable Prices
""— and On Very Reasonable Terms.  Title Perfect.  ~—
Write for further information to
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
General Olllces: 619 to 634 Metripolitan Bids., Vancouver, B.C.
London Oflice:   6 Old Jewry.
South Fort George Office, Second St. Russell R. WALKER, Sales Agent
PAID-UP CAPITAL,
91,600,000.
j  1836 |      Assets Exceed Fifty Million Dollars      |  1910
The
Bank of British North America
Your money is saler in the Bank than In your house or In your j
pocket.    It is not tied up.   You can get it out at any time with- I
out delay.   NOTES discounted.   Local and Foreign Drafts bought J
and sold.  COLLECTIONS made promptly.   Money Orders Issue..
Fort George Branch,      L. G. MacHaffie, Mgr. 1
Phone: One-One
niAK. e. Mcelroy
G-iii'iai Maniiiiiir
Mouldings
South Fort George
THE TRADERS BANK OF CANADA
Head Offlcc:
TORONTO, ONT.
Paying Out-of-Town Accounts
Small amounts can be sent safely and at small cost by using
Rank Money Orders. Any bank in Canada (Yukon excepted)
will casb them without charge, and they can be cashed in leading American cities.   They are sold at the following rates:
I-"i anil lltiil.r      -      -       B'cettt- Over   5.. Infill      -      -      -      11 n'liL
Over IIP to BO    -     -1 us o.,T..li i,. t.ii     -     -     -    IS.onl-
Capital and9_uri>li_- . »_.___.win
II. C. SEAMAN, Manager.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
B.C.
bul after nil it is nol in
mi' own strength that we come
"" here lo do \mn- work, for
"illy il is your work us well
is your priveledge, by prayer
111(1 almsgiving, to help fulfil
'id Lord's command. Tlio mon
'I      iihon,^  Iilio     the man   of i iuin3iiin.tiiiutiiii.ui rrovinciai ro-
IncT.lonin in    tho Bible, have' !ice i'or the grant of a license for
3
'in.i'lvi's asked for help, and
ve aro answering their "orv. Unl
vo aro only in tho advance
mini ol" llial -front army, tlio
'liui'oli, and although wo may
io separated by such greal dis-
anties, wo aro still "All iu Ono"
is ul iiny rate the inwihers of
'!io Church of England Men's
Society are not likely to forget,
Wid I know that you will some
inn.i think of tho six mon who
ire fighting llie Dovil in a lono-
y outpost of the Church, west
if (ho Rookies."
NOTICE is hereby given that on 'fA >, _____________■__■_______.__________________________________________■
the 30th day of August next, ap- h_H Most modern up-to-date hotel in the interior of British
ilication will  be  made  to the,J_ Columbia,
superintendent of Provincial Po-\m Nm,, f™,,. .i„..,. i,„;i r,      « , ,.
i« new loui-storey building.   Accommodation for 120 guests
THE BANK OF VANCOUVER
-_     Head Oltlrri
VANCIJUVEI-. B. C.
t. 2,000.000
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED!	
DIRECT0U S:
Rui?u;,x,y^-'c_rMwtic__ii i m;T Kenne"y' New We8tmin"
ZZ^n\Z0HZ\Z^u  \^m'ilT- Ks"- c'1"1"1"81'
Oii|illull..l    Virtnria    11 p I      Vlrloria,  II. C.
HIS HONOR T. W.   MTERSON   I.i™-   ! <'" «• HKArS,  R;.., B. H. Htnpf »
tHiant-i;,n,.ni,ir Drill", bnliiinbla.        !     ''"■•   l'» r   »ml   liml,<!.    l''tMM
I.. IV. SHATI'iilili. Km,., m , a    Mei-   !    Columliin Trust Co., I.U-.   Van-ou-
.ilii.iit. Uwllcy, ll.r.   ' " |    vor, B. e.
W. II. MAI.KIN. Bin., Tlio W. II. Mill-   ,  .1.  A.   HARVEY,  Esq.,   K.O.,  lorm.Tlv
kin  Co,,    l.ni..    (vholoinlo  ilromn-.        ol Cranbrook, II.''.. Vanooiwer, B.C.
vanoouvor, ll.C. A   I;   dkwaii, -onornl Monajor.
GENEllAI, IIANKINII BUSIN-SSITRANSACTED
 Fort George Branch; F. N. DEW AH, Manager^	
I'liAt'M RIVKK l.ANI) DISTRICT.
Distri.t ,,| Cnriboo.
TAKI- nntiee  lli.il   I, .Ii'liii Slriitlinn, nl
'Ictoii, Oularlo, octtipnlion Gentleman, in-
i'ikIs ii. npply  Tnr |i.niilssii>ii  tu  |,tirclin.c
lie IiiIIowIiik dacrlbcd Inmls' '
iiiiilli' im.il 7 mill's west nl iln- South-citst
.iiiht ill  iiie  II.  c. Onvcrnmeul   Roscrvi
n.irlul .1. S 's K. W. i-i.-"..I-- I1 ,	
o  chuins:   llience   east   8n  eliuins;   tlicnce
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
the sale of liquor by retail in and
ipon the premises known as the
Clarence Hotel, situate at South
Port George, upon the lands de-
icribed as lots 9 and 10, block 13,
jubdivison 933.
Dated this 29th day of July. 1911
ROBERT MICHAEL BURNS
Applicant.
Peace River Lmul Hist. - Hist, ul -arilnm.
TAKK nntiee thai Williaiu Matthews, ul , s.
Kiltiuiiiliiii, Altu., occtlliatloll Insurance V
Ajiont, intends tu npply inr perinissiun tu f.
purchase Die following dcscrlud lands:-       £
Cbminonelng nt a post plautotl i miles  JJB
.nnili nl Si-liiv's tomporitry Boundary Post ij^»   .  .
gore & McGregor, i>. (i. _\ B0DEker
B. C. LAND SURVEYORS   ]^> ^ TiM^« ^^
Victoria and
Foiit George, B. C,
______ _ai__l,___________.___-___i«;_'-mv'--_.
russell peden
The
_ «__ 'a: 'a; 5_c ___ ____t__t_ 5_-3
W. P. COOKE
:
i  S. E.  <'.>rm:r nl  Dr.niiii.oii   peace" Km*
Reserve,   thenci'   .snnlli    Ko   clmins;   tlieiice
«e.sl    Ho   ehnins;    llienee itorlll* Ko   clitiiiis;
tllCHCe cunt  So chains,
.Jyft. WIUJAM MATTIIKWS.
Marcli 31st. 1911.    Allien Tato, rtjitnt,
E. L. KEPNER, Proprietor
.rlli
lint   nl
.In
tin
intuiiiliiB  640
JOHN STHACHAN.
ilnrcll  mill. 1911,
,,n. lllver 1 1 lllst,    Hist, nI Cariboo.
I'.M.Ii notice Hint Allien Tute, nl Ed
ilitiin, Altn., occti|iallmi prospector, in
•"'• ' '■ ' - t" I
Peace River Lnml Dist. - Dial, ul Cariboo.
TAKIC imlicc Umi .Inliii While llernii, nf
I'liliiiniit'iii, Altu., occupation Barber, inieiuls tn apply Inr nornilaslon lo purcliase
lhe  Inlluwiiig doscribed  Inmls:
Cotn'nionclng ut n pnst plnntcil iY. miles
south nl llie S. W. enrner nl Swun Lake;
Ihenco smith Kn eliuins; tllollco west Ku
'hains; thenee nurlli Ku eliuins; tllollco easl
<n clinins.
.Iy.i. JOHN WIIITlv I1KR0N.
Mltrch   -8.   1011.       Albert   Tute,   ugent.
I'eaee Kiver Lund Disi.     Disi. nr Cnriboo.
TAKK   notice    Ilml   Arthur    Mnsun,   nl
l-liiiniitnii   Alia.,   occupation   Dentist,   ii
GENERAL MERCHANTS
ianufacturers of all
igh and dressed
LUMBER
and manufacturers of all kinds
of rough and dressed
Pre--millions. Located.
SOUTII KOItT (il-OKiM., B. C.
Es-ima.h. nuiiMi'i .no.
<4 We are consistent in our
!<j prices and the  stock is
'4 new in our big Second St.
$ Store
PKACK RIV1SH  I.ANIl IIISTIIICT.
District nl  Cariboo,
John ll.11
4
Our Itimber is dry and
must be used to make
building resist the frost
of winter
purclii
TAKR nuiice llial Willi,
ol Seulllc, Wlisl.., neiupal
lends In a- dl'     "ilirs        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
lhe Inlliiwl losrrllicil l.u. k loiluwing ill .iTilicil lnnds:-
Coiiiliieu.illg al a post planled 'about 51 iniiiniciieim. ni u nusl plnnted nliout .'i.l
miles nortli mnl uboul 11 miles wesi iiuin miles north und about  11 miles wont ni
the 21 mile 1.isl   esluMislml nu  llie 11. N.    llie   IJ  milt 1   i-:.l ■  In... >■   ■'...   "-'   N.
iiAt.; imi., iand i.isiKKi.   ||j  Store, Office and Lumber Yard, South Fcrt George
District *jj -^j^^^j^pi^^^^j^^p^^^^^^^^^
TAKI. imtice Mint  IJnrrv  Kii«le, nf He   fc_:CC3
Hide,  W.isli,,  <iceiiii<i.ii.ii   Knniier,   luteiuli
in apply  inr |ici*m|ssmi.  in  jiureliii.se l|u
P
_______________________    $
_««TSBy,y,s.jB;t.jr,rT.ws^lJ
In llie
NECHACO
Pre-emptions
I.l SALMON RIVER and
LOCaiefl Clue to Fori George
NX. JORGENSEN South Fl.George
Cleaned
k^_f &1JL&»_9 Pres.cd,fi
_____x__B_Bua_a Kepaiica
^ing Mrs. G. McGaughey
OPPOSITE    HOTRL   NORTHERN

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