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No. 28.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C., FEBRUARY 18, 1911.
RAW
$3 per Annum"
ansconf inenf als Compared
Grand Trunk Pacific Finest in the World
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in  India,
think you
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Canada to
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good trans
various pn
minion.
"There is
Ontario, nl
V. railway
created eel
riii'l I i .'
this city «
means it I
oi comm:ii
(', P. R.
no eoterpr
vertlse and
0, P. It. i
head of it.
"Not oi
Quebec an
tually   cr
i   p, u. Oasgrain, before
Club at Toronto rocent-
a(]rnlrable    address,   on
ation Problems," pointed
iltant effect the construc-
,;. T. P. would have   In
ment   uf    the Dominion.
,    ;n Canada iH in a bot-
i to speak on transportation a disinterested
than Mr. Casgrain,    for
,. r:   among the rocky
anadlan Pacific Railway
days,    when Ondenlonk
. the 13. 0. section.    His
part, is an follows:
]; |   that    have    become
alized thfl importance of
ii ii ation.     The   famous
over which the edicts
i,  imperial senate   were
,•  uttermost  parts      of
:   Vsia   still  bear witness
ttneso of the Roman  Em-
[iome did two thousand
England  is  today    doing
Nigeria and  Uganda.      I
will agree with me, that
hotter example for us in
follow — no better legacy
,,. in our posterity    than
lortatlon lines uniting the
inces  in  thin great  Do-
no use reminding yon in
the great boon the G. T.
•..■!.   to this province.   It
ires  throughout  Ontario,
large extent it has made
liat it is.   It'was the only
ail,    especially  in  winter,
nation.     Then   came  the
Wid  1  firmly believe that
i' has done more to ad-
ili velop Canada than the
in-l    the able  men at  the
has it done good     to
1 intario, but it has vir-
cattd .Manitoba — it    has
created Saskatchewan and Alberta.
Last August in Victoria 1 had the
good fortune to meet the Hon. Mr.
Heaven, who has been for some years
Prime Minister of British Columbia,
and he told me that had it not been
for the construction of the Canadian
Pacific Railway, British Columbia
would in all probability today be
part and parcel of the United States
— that the United Rtttes would have
owned the whole Pacilic coast from
Alaska to Mexico. Delegates who
were in sympathy with joining the
Stales came to Ottawa and asked for
a wagon road to British Columbia,
knowing that this would be unacceptable to the colony. That shrewd
statesman, Sir John A. Mncdonald,
said, 'A wagon road! I'll build you
a railroad.'
,G. T. P. IS "BEST EVER."
"Now, as to the Grand Trunk Pacilic and thc Transcontinental, I will
refer to later on. I tell you right
now that the Grand Trunk Pacific la
being built on a higher standard
than any road of the same length
ever has been built in the world.
That is a big expression, but according to the reports of the best
engineers, it is an absolute fact.
No road of its length has been built
with such easy gradients or liaf
curves.
"I spoke of the C. P. R. a few
minutes ago, and I would like to remind you that this Is no longer a
modern road. It was thirty-five
years ago since the first sod was
turned on the banks of the Kaminis-
tlqua River. 1 know it well, for I
was there as one ol the engineers.
In those days the engineers did not
locate railways as they do today.
Tbe idea then was to follow the surface and avoid as much as possible
cuts and fills, and there was little
consideration for the cost of operation. The C. P. R. have rebuilt from
Port Arthur to Winnipeg, and from
Winnipeg to Calgary.     You  can  see
the old road as you go along in the
train sometimes on the one side and
sometimes on the other. But they
cannot re-build their lines in the
Rockies and the Selkirks or along
the north shore of Lake Superior, or
after you pass North Bay on Lake
Superior.
"The C. P. R. cannot compete with
a modern road. Near Field, B. 0.,
there was a grade of i feet and fourteenths, or 220 feet to tho mile, and
it took several locomotives to push
up a small freight train, and three
or four for an ordinary passenger
train. A very clever piece of engineering has been accomplished to reduce the grade, and it has been cut
down to 2 feet, and two-tenths, or
110 feet to the mile, hy means of a
double spiral tunnel. A considerable
grade still you will say, but there
was no object in having a smoother
grade, ns the grade iu the Selkirks
is equally steep. You must remember that the C. P. R. in the Rockies
has to ascend to a summit of 5,320
feet, and after climbing to this elevation it goes down again the Columbia river to 2,500 feet, and then
rises to go over the Selkirks to 4,-
3C1 feet.
SHORT CUT TO WINNIPEG.
"If you leave Quebec on thc Transcontinental and go to Winnipeg, you
have traveled only 1350 miles, but if
you leave Montreal by the C. P. R.,
you have traveled 1422 miles — 72
miles more. It seems very strange
to think tiiat the people in Quebec
will be 70 miles nearer Winnipeg than
the people in the city of Montreal.
Or if you leave by the C. P. R. from
Quebec for Winnipeg, you have got
to travel 1,585 miles, and by the
Transcontinental line only 1,350
miles — 235 miles less. If anyone
will take the trouble to look up the
map you can verify this very easily.
"From Cochrane Junction — where
the Temiskaming and Northern Ontario  railway   joins the Transconti-
TRICKS IN HOMESTEADING
(Toronti
The Domini
A. Leach, of
be put iii tl
westerners   ■'■
keen desire i
than then  :
lie domain   '
ues in rec I I
cupidity ol .
great a di
various . 1...": __
defeat the li
ernlng thc a
The trick _i
several   hot-
people in ea
homestead di
formed.
How   man
cannot   be
have come I,
ly the trick
caution »as
Irelilr
presslon .
ers that t
that one
they   knei
was explai
threshing
been oil ti
cord iv lod
hors were
had
the
IVI
They ,-,
actually
the full
bIs mom
had been
manner
Saturday Night.)
>n lund inspector', R. E.
Brandon, has caused to
penitentiary    certain
ho   have   manifested   a
get for nothing more
.•Mini share of the pub-
'I e advance in land valuers has aroused  the
ii '■ Canadians with too
lo get rich quick. By
they have essayed to
a   iinil   regulation   gov-
1 lisition  of  free  land.
icovcred  is to enter for
' t'iuls and  make    the
h 'ii-.rid believe   that
ities upon each were pcr-
ther cases there are
estimated.     Those that
eti n 1 lie courts exempli-
"i   course,  every  pre-
takei  by thc double and
leaders to leave thc im-
iborlng homestcad-
.'•  '      hut one abode —
them and  of  which
\  few  weeks'  absence
■ by alleging work on a
1     or    that  they    had
I he woods to dig out
"' course, when ncigh-
kcil il this or that man
' is homestead during
1; ""I nf the year, they,
■: that he diii.
II 'I say whether he had
:   on   the  premises    for
' required by thc law,
'■ I  they could say   he
■ md the place,    In  this
homestead inspectors
J. 11.
ent of i
& Stewi
ccntly,
Omenica
hurts ||
'ailing
miles
Macdoi
bcavi 1
ni li,.  i
the hriM
to be ,.
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noal Mi,
lhe „,,
Will     |„
The si,,
until th
Acuity
W. Tl,
"-I h,,
'or Porl
'he rem
view t0
"' i.'t,,
the |ce
yon, v.
time bi
1    Macdonald,   superlntend-
:   truction for Foley,  Welch
whllo   nt,   Hazelton   re-
1   in  interview    with    thc
l;' ,M||I,   confirmed the   rc-
1   greater activity   is   pre-
along the second hundred
' '■■ T, p. railway,    Mr,
fl'd:   "We nre bringing 35
'rom the coast to use
' "K from the end of steel to
'" camp where the Skeena is
.''''•    The steamer Skeena
th lu"' iH to uetno Rr>it
'"' f'ver In the spring with
c['mprosslng plant which wo
''' "' sinking the caissons.
11,1 will remain at the bridge
' Wn-k is completed. No dif-
"Peoted  in  getting    cnis-
nental railway the distance to Toronto or Quebec is practically the
same. Therefore, the mileage, via
thc Transcontinental to Winnipeg
from Quebec or Toronto will be the
same.
"Cochrane Junction, as you probably know, is situated on a magnificent tableland or plateau, extending
some 400 miles in the province of
Ontario, and 200 miles in Quebec, almost level, over which the Transcontinental line is to pass — there is
hardly any grade whatever.. This plateau has an elevation of 1,100 to 1,-
200 feet and descends gradually to
800 feet at Winnipeg.
ENGINEERING ADVANTAGES.
"The soil in this tableland is a
rich clay, 15 tu 20 feet in depth, and
fertile, like Manitoba, and anyone
will admit that good wheat can be
grown in Manitoba. From Winnipeg
to Edmonton there is a beautiful
road, of easy grades and very few
curves—783 miles, and from Edmonton to Wolfe River, a distance of
125 miles, where the prairie ends.
After that it is called thc Mountain
section, but is not really so, for the
grade is only 6-10 of one per cent,
or 32 feet per mile. Thc elevation
on the G. T, P. summit is only 3,-
708 feet, or 280 feet higher than the
city of Calgary, which is today on
the prairie. The grade to the summit is only 32 feet per mile, enabling one locomotive to haul the heaviest train up to thc top. I may say
that the best of coal is being mined
on both sides of the line for miles,
which will be of great advantage in
furnishing fuel.
A LINE OF EASY GRADES.
"After one passes the summit there
is 27 miles of easy grade, and then
21 miles with a grade of 1 per cent
along the banks of the Fraser river.
Here you have splendid water power, which could be utilized at very
little expense to electrify this part
of the road. From the Fraser river
to Fort George there is excellent
farming land, practically all taken
up there before the advent of the
railway. From Hazelton, 180 miles
from Prince Rupert, the road is prac
tically level.   I rode through   there
last August for some fifty miles, and
there is rich farming lands along the
banks of the Skeena river.
HAULING POWER IS GREATER.
"You can start at Yellowhead Pass
and go to tide-water at Quebec without finding adverse grades any of
more than 4-10 of one per cent., or
21 feet to the mile — something
which people would not have believed possible some years ago. When
the late John Charlton in a speech
in parliament said that railways in
the future would be built with such
grades, we thought he was a dreamer — that he was visionary — people said it could not be done. He
has gone to his reward, but what he
foresaw and predicted for the future
has actually taken place today. He
said then that it would be possible
for one locomotive to take 2,200 tons
to tidewater. Now, if you take 2,-
200 tons and take off one-third,
which is a liberal allowance for
weight of the cars, there remains a
net load of 1,466 tons at 33 bushels
to tbe ton, you will have nearly 50,-
000 bushels of grain, in one train,
pulled by one locomotive over any
part of the whole system. You cannot equal this in any other part of
the world. On the New York Central and the Pennsylvania road, they
have no such grades for any like distance; they have on some sections,
but not for the entire system.
SOME PERTINENT FACTS.
"Thc total ascent attained and the
adverse grades added together an the
Grand Trunk Pacific from tidewater
on the Pacific to tidewater on the
Atlantic, is only 7,000 feet, while on
thc Canadian Pacific, between the
same points the total ascent is 23,-
000 feet.
"Now let me enunciate a truism ;
material wealth is but the transformation of the raw material of nature into useful commodities and
their transportation from the place
they are produced to the place they
are wanted. Therefore, you see, that
an indispensable requirement of material wealth is easy transportation.
It is the very foundation of all prosperity.
have been fooled. Today it is difficult indeed for the homesteader to
carry on such a game, as his rights
are of such a valuable nature that if
he is caught neglecting his duties in
accord with thc exact requirements
of the laW, there nre many who are
desirous to undertake them for thc
valuable prize at stake. It just happens that this vigilance has been .effective in bringing to light during
thc past few weeks, quite a number
of cases of duplicate and triplicate
homestcading. The law gives to every male adult thc right to homestead 160 acres on condition that he
resides upon it at least six months
in each of three years, and does a
specified amount of cultivation and
erects thereon a dwelling.
This method referred to is not the
only one resorted to to defeat the
homestead laws. Quite a number of
wily Yankees have come across the
line as "bachelors" and brought with
them a woman who was represented
to he a widow, ambitious to establish her little family on thc free land
of Canada. This widow would enter
upon thc adjoining quarter section.
Their shacks would not be far from
each other. After three years of residence in that way, and the patents
secured, the shacks are combined into one, and the "widow" assumes
her true role — tbat of wife. On
information ascertained beyond any
doubt, it has been discovered that
these parties were duly wedded by a
qualified parson in the land from
which they hailed, some years, a
period sufficient In which to lay the
foundation for a reasonable-sized
family, before coming to Canada.
I WEATHER REPORT |
tTaken   froti    gove..__aent   glass
at H. B. post.)
FRIDAY, 10th—
Fine mild day, 18 above.
SATURDAY, 11th-
Mild, 22 above.
SUNDAY, 12th-
Continucd mild weather.
MONDAY, 13th-
Fine weather, frost at night.
TUESDAY,  14th-
Finc day, cold at night, zero at
at 11 p.m.
WEDNESDAY,  15th—
Twenty-five below.
THURSDAY, 16th—
Twenty-three below.
FRIDAY, 17th—
Eighteen below.
BEAVER FARM WOULD PAY
EXPECT TO WORK NIGHT SHIFTS
sons down early in tbe spring, so
that work may go on nil summer
and thc piers be ready as soon as
possible."
It was learned thnt night shifts
are being put on wherever there appears to be a sign of need, in order
to get all tbe heavy cuts done by
early summer. The tunnels near
Kitselas can be built around with a
temporary line, so there is nothing
standing In the wny of thc steel
reaching this far before the end of
1911.
Until recently a shortage of men
or supplies held the work hack, but
now everyone connected with railway
building at this end of the construction Is wearing a smile of satisfaction nml good progress is reported
from every camp.
In company with    scv-     The 0. P. R. has lot a contract to
will   leave  on   Monday   dam the How river at BassatnO, Al-
SPECIAL EDITION
We beg to draw attention to the
fact that we have under way and
preparing for publication, a special
issue of the Fort George Herald, in
which we are exploiting exhaustively
thc facts regarding the townsite situation as it has existed in thc past
and does exist here nt thc present
time. And also to show, by reproduced photographs and statistics,
thc relative merits of the Fort
George townsites offering lots to the
public.
The issue will be the first of its
kind ever attempted, in either Old or
New Cnriboo.
This special number will dwell at
length, in illustrated articles, not
only upon thc agricultural possibilities of the Fort George district and
the Northern Interior, but the great
Pence River section ns well. Thc avenue to the Peace River is best found
through the Fraser and Giscombe
Portage, and this feature alone is
worthy of more thought than has
been given the subject heretofore..
All the work in connection with
this special number will be done in
The Herald office, on our own presses, and wc trust that the result
will serve to convince our readers
that the Northern Interior Printing
Company, Ltd., have at South Fort
George one of thc most complete inland newspaper plants in British Columbia.
*Wo would point ont the advantages
this special issue carries as an advertising medium. Five thousand co-
pics will be printed, and the circulation will cover all parts of Canada,
tho United Stntcs and Great Britain.
The management, will be pleased to
receive copy of any advertising it.
may be desired to carry In this issue
at Tho Herald oflice not later than
March 15.
With the advent of railway construction through Northern British
Columbia, what has been known as
the most remunerative fur field extant will, to a large degree, receive
its quietus. This is quite natural
and follows in the wake of what history tells us of other sections of the
Dominion and British Columbia in
respect to game. Tbe fur field of
this province has indeed been a remunerative one, for it has provided
an army of men with a profitable and
lucrative vocation for over one hundred years. The incentive which
piloted Simon Fraser into New Caledonia was fur, nnd his admonition
to the Indians at Stuart lake was
in the direction of large catches. It
would indeed he a hard matter to
arrive nt an approximate figure or
form any estimate of the number of pelts that hnve been taken by
hunters since Fraser first established
himself at Stuart Lake. To compute it in dollars the sum must go
into the millions.
While fur-taking, like many other
embarkations of pristine days, must
make way for progress and methods
more in keeping with the age in
which we live in, still the taking of
fur in the future can be made a permanent source of profit to the province, if action along tbe lines of the
Ontario government arc taken and
fur exploited on a business basis. At
a recent sale of beaver and other
fur taken from, Algonquin park thc
Ontario authorities realized a sum of
$2714. The figure is trivial, of
course, but the principle is admitted
in so forcible a manner, that no element of doubt is left in an open
mind, that if Ontario can do this
with, comparatively speaking, an artificial "beaver farm," what Is not
possible with a "beaver farm" conducted in a section of British Columbia that in the past has produced
one-quarter of the world's consumption.
There are sections of Fort George
district that could be made ideal
"beaver farms" today at a very
small cost. The topography of the
country lends itself admirably to the
successful propagation of the beaver
and other fur. The expense incurred
hy the government would merely be
the initial preliminaries in the reservation of such tracts or farms
that have become the habitat of the
beaver and thc placing of men with
knowledge of the subject to oversee
them and exploit fur on a merchantable basis.
To assume that this would be interfering with the rights of Indians
and others who have enjoyed an interrupted field for ages,, carries no
weight, from the fact that the ad-
advent of the railway through northern British Columbia will have the
the effect of removing and restricting fur operations to such an extent
that the industry will not be profitable under the changed conditions.
The idea is worthy the attention of
the government.
CHINESE EGGS FOR CANADIANS
'"'g'' canyon, to look over berta.
The wnler of the dam will be
8 "' tho Chilco,  with a  used  in  connection  with the Irrigating some of Wm.  Blair's   tion project the railway has in hand
and an additional  500.000 acres will
i bed,
nrt°u to he imbedded   in
"'" Point below  the can-  be brought under tho working of tho
the  Chilco was  atone avstem.   Some 2500 men will be given
employment in th. undertaking.
The price of hay at Quesnel has
dropped from $85 to $50 n ton, Thc
reason for this is said to be on account of a shipment having been
freighted up thc road from 150-mile
house and sold nt. Quesnel for $ii5,
and later at $50,
(Toronto Saturday Night.)
A shipment of frozen eggs In bulk,
valued at. $100,000 originally, said
eggs being a consignment of 10,000
cases from China, have been seized
by the Montreal health authorities
on the ground thnt they arc unfit for
human consumption, These eggs, according to the edict of the department, must either be removed from
thc Province of Quebec or destroyed.
Why give these people thc opportunity of loading their diseased eggs
upon other communities? Why not
order them destroyed at once? Surely the general health of the public is
of more Importance than ten thousand cans of rotten eggs.
Mr. Harris, representing thc Gould
Storage Co., on whose premises the
eggs were found, explained to the authorities that similar slull was utilized by such packing bouses ns Armour and Swift of Chicago, and that
they were sold In hulk to bakers and
confectioners. He further maintained
thnt the eggs were all right by examination. Dr, McCarrey, chief of
the Pure Pood department, reported
on the othor hand, that the muss
contained chickens In embryo, some
well advanced tn development, not
to   speak   of   Ogg   shells   and   other
matter unlit for the human stomach.
If the city or provincial authorities have not ■ thc power to destroy
such stud, without giving the importers an opportunity of shipping
it elsewhere, then it is time that the
federal government undertook the
task. We are spending millions yearly here in Canada in an endeavor to
obtain typhoid proof water. A generous public is contributing more
millions toward our hospitals; while
preachers preach, doctors write, and
scientists lecture upon a more cleanly and better living, and in the
midst of it along comes a mass ot
filth, to be sold broadcast for the
benefit of  unscrupulous traders.
Some years ago a very similar
case occurred in Toronto. In that
instance some thousands of cans of
diseased lish were shipped from Toronto to Montreal, the authorities
having condemned the stuff and ordered that it cither be exported or
destroyed. In this instance it was
exported to Montreal, there to be
eventually seized and placed on the
dump. Men who would sell their fellow-citizens rotten eggs or rotten
fish should any great amount of consideration. A largo monetary loss
would be most efficient in curing
these gentlemen of the habit of unloading such stuff upon the public. HIM WOE HERALD
PUBLISHED BY THE
NORTHERN INTERIOR PRINTING CO.
J   D. DANIELL. PRESIDENT
Devoted   to    the   interests    of   Fort
George and the entire Northern  Interior.
J. H. DANIELL, Editor,
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18.
Attorney-General and Minister of
Agriculture W. J. Bowser, in addressing the assembly in reference to the
reciprocity agreement, stated that he
believed that it might possibly he of
some immediate benefit to certain
sections of Canada, and that on general principles the good of thc Dominion as a whole should he considered above all else. But in this
matter the best wny for British Columbians to advance thc interests of
Canada was first to look after their
own interests and thc terms of this
agreement arc plainly inimical to tbe
best interests of the province. The
production of fruit, for example, has
been encouraged in this province because it was thought that there was
a vast market for it in the Northwest territory that could not be affected hy importations from acroGs
the line. The removal of the tariff
wall will make it impossible for the
province to compete with the more
organized and more extensively cultivated country to the south, which
is"'looking for' an outlet for its surplus products. On the other hand,
numerous items imported from other
provinces will be shut out of British
Columbia, such as cattle, sheep,
swine, dairy products, etc., and will
inevitably come across the international line.
W. J. Bowser could have gone farther and stated that the reciprocity
agreement will have the effect of
placing British Columbia in the position the province was in prior to
confederation and.the construction of
the Canadian Pacific railway, when
trade intercourse was solely in the
hands of merchants to the soutli of
the boundary line. When the geographical position of British Columbia is considered, it. is plainly evident to the layman that trade with
the United States must develop under the new arrangement, in such articles as enumerated hy the attorney-
general. In the past, under severe
restrictions, British Columbia has
imported annually close upon five
million dollars' worth of small produce, and it is unreasonable to suppose then that under the new trade
regulations the imports will decrease. One unmistakable effect
the new arrangement will have
will be the closer grouping of British
Columbia with the Pacilic states in
the matter of trade intercourse, and
the gradual withdrawal from Eastern
Canadian commercial ties'." Nothing
is plainer.
THE
TRADERS BANK OF CANADA
Statement of the Result of the Busi-
i.incQ nf fl-in "Rink   F0R THE TWELVE MONTHS
ness oi ine _d_iiik END]NG 31ST DECii 1910.
The net profits for the twelve months, after making provision for had and doubtful debts, and reserving accrued interest,  amounted to    $524,351 39
Balance at credit of profit and loss last year     102,443 40
$026,794 79
Appropriated as follows, vis:
Dividend No. 56 i|uarterly, at rate of 8 p.c. per annum ... $ 87,090 00
Dividend No. 57 quarterly, at rate of 8 p.c. per annum ... 87,090 00
Dividend No. 58 quarterly, at rate of 8 p.c. per annum ... 87,090 00
Dividend No. 59  quarterly,  at rate of 8 p.c. per annum ...     87,090 00
Transferred to rest account   100,000 00
Written off bank furniture and safes     15,000 00
Transferred  to officers'  guarantee fund       5,000 00
Transferred to officers1 pension fund        5,000 00
Balance at credit of profit and loss new account    153,434 79
$626,794 79
GENERAL STATEMENT,  31ST DECEMBER,  1910.
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid up  $4,354,500 00
Rest account  2,300,000 00
Dividend No. 59, payable 3rd January         87,090 00
Former dividends  unpaid    602 52
Interest accrued  on  deposit receipts   4,351 85
Balance of profits carried forward            153,434 79
Notes of the bank in circulation  $3,790,080 00
Deposits bearing interest, including interest accrued to
date  $29,077,697.41
Deposits not bearing interest     7,000,137 18
$6,899,979 16
Balance due to other banks in Canada
Balance due to foreign agents	
-36,077,834 59
20,786 14
..     364,057 00
—    40,252,757 73
$47,152,736 89
ASSETS
Gold and silver coin current $ 487,750 57
Dominion   Government   demand
Notes  3,843,353 00
  4,331,103 57
Notes of and cheques on other hanks   2,020,936 82
Balance due from other banks     291,070 56
Balance due from foreign agents 1,154,912 70
Dominion and Provincial  government securities         561,569 37
Railway and other bonds,  debentures   and
stocks     1,726,172 48
Call and short loans on stocks, bonds   and
other securities      1,445,605.24
Call and   short loans on stocks, bonds and
other securities in U. S       200,000 00
Bills discounted current   32,810,351 82
Notes  discounted   overdue   (estimated loss
provided for)    74,608 75
Loans to other banks secured  7,250 77
Deposit with   Dominion Government    for
security of general hank note circulation 167,371 13
Real estate, the property of the bank (other
than the bank premises)   3,509 05
Mortgages on real estate sold hy the bank     24,500 00
Bank premises      2,093,332 22
Bank furniture, safes, etc       240,439 41
South Fort George, B.C.
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RUSSELL TEDEN, Manager
South Foet George,      :
B.C.
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Garden Acreage for Sale
5 and 10-acre blocks
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nel,
Subdivision of District Lots 745 and 747.    Almost immediately
.South Fort George,  traversed by the located wagon road to Ques-u
on the east side of the Fraser fiver.     This is guaranteed to  he rl
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trict.   Prices low;  terms good.
W.F.COOKE
2nd Street Soutii Fert George
Land Located for Purchase or Pre-empliiin
Exclusive agent South Fort George Townsite
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35,421,366 15
$47,152,736 89
Toronto, 31st December,
STUART STRATHY,
General Manager
1910.
PEACE   IUVER   I.WI)
District  ol  Cur]
TAKE   notice   thut   Ro
Vancouver, B  C, occi
wilds to apply for p
chase   the   following
Commencing at a posi
,Mills   west   and   l
southeast corner ur
eminent Res, rve, in
Hank lllver, u trlbu
anil marked "ll   B., .
north SO chains, the
DISTRICT.
tlo
thenoe south .'
chains to the
con toi nin.,' 640
i   brown
n Editor,
Sinn    lu   |
d»sc ribed
sl planted
mile south
Lhe Dominion Gov
the vicinity of cu
iu .• oi Pine River
. IC, curncr," thenci
icc west SO clmins
nds:
, Jl
the
ch lins.  then.
>im   of  cui'iiii
east   80
,i lenient
Sept.   1-th.  1DI0.
ROYAL
William   Rad
BROWN,
ley,  Agent
The annual   report,of thc Traders
Hank of Canada, the second banking
institution to establish itself in the
district, must be highly gratifying to
the   shareholders   and   those    under
whose   management   the Traders    is
conducted.     In    all   departments of
the bank the general growth  of the
country has been reflected.  While tho
bank has only been in existence about
half the time of others of about the
same  volume  of  business,   the  deposits have increased over last year by
six millions, an amount almost equal
to the total deposits of the bank ten
years   ago.     This   is   a     condition
which could   not    have been created
except by thoroughly  good  management on the    part of the bank officials and thc confidence which   such
management brings    about.     Eleven
new branches were opened during the
year, South Fort George being enumerated among   the   new ones.     Thc
sum of $348,360 has been distributed
to the shareholders in dividends, and
$100,000   added   to  thc reserve fund,
which    now   amounts    to  $2,300,000.
Thc  circulation  account stiinds     at
$3,790,000,  as  against $3,060,000  last
year.   The number of shareholders is
placed at 1813.    The erection of the
bank's new premises in South   Fort
George will  commence in April   and
will    be    further   attestation  of the
wisdom displayed by an enterprising
managomont.
been made a forest reserve. This
will enhance the advantages of the
park, as it will make the area
throughout which there will be additional protection for game so much
larger. The G. T. P. and Canadian
Northern railways will pass through
the park, the beauties and advantages of which will thus be thrown
open to tourists. Jasper Park will
be to both the Grand Trunk Pacific
and Canadian Northern railways
what Banff is to thc C. P.  R.   The
Her instructor was pleased with her
progress, but he had great difficulty
in getting her to use thc capital "I"
for the personal pronoun. Whenever
she wrote the word she invariably
used a small "i." One day she asked
him a difficult question.
"Why is it," she said, "that an
English speaking person when he
writes of himself invariably uses the
capital letter? That tall "I" strikes
me as being very arrogant. A
Frenchman, referring to himself
writes "jo" with a small "j"; a German, although he may gratify all his
substantive.
with capital letters,
animals which range in the park are employs a small "i" in writing
mountain    sheep    (Rocky   Mountain
Big Horn), mountain goats, moose,
elk, red deer, caribou, grizzly, black
and brown bears and marmots. The
park gets its name from Jasper
House, a famous establishment of
tlio Hudson's Bay Co. in the early
days, but now deserted.
"A recent number of the Orarigo-
ville Sun, a Conservative paper of
Eastern Canada, expresses thc opinion that there is not enough money
in the United States to purchnso tho
support of the editor of tbe Globe to
a policy which would not be to the
best interests of his country. We
like to hear people talk like that,
and we are glad to know that there
are editors of whom such words can
ho written. We think wc know many
others who cannot be purchased besides Mr. Macdonald." — Victoria
Times.
But the Herald knows of one editor In Vancouver who can be bargained for like so much putrid lish.
"ich"; a Spaniard, when he uses the
personal pronoun at all, uses a
small "y" in "yo," while he honors
the person he addresses with a capital "V."
"I   believe — although   I
sufficiently  acquainted  with
am not
foreign
FORT GKORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that James Fyfe, of
South Fort George, occupation farmer, intends to apply for iiermission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing nt a post planted one
and one-half miles south of Lot 1883
thence east 40 chains; thence south
40 chains; thence west 40 chains ;
thence north 40 chains to point of
commencement.
JAMES FYFE.
December 29, 1910.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT?
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Alexander Mc-
Willie, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation traveller, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
descrihed lands:
Commencing    at   a   post   planted
about   eleven   miles    north    of    the
Blackwater and  at  the  S.W.  corner
post of Lot    983;   thence 80    chains
north; thence 80 cbains west;  thence
80 chains   south;   thence 80    chains
ca6t to point of commencement.
ALEXANDER  McWILLIE,
W.  MacKirdy, agent.
December 7, 1910.
FORT OEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Arthur Filtnor,,
of Vancouver, occupation real estate
broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing     at   a post    planted
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISi KILT,
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Henry Albert
.Mitchell of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
Clerk, int mis to apply for permission
in purchase the following descrlbeil
1'ii'i.-: Commonclng at □ |">m planted
iiliiiut twelve mil s west and two tnlles
touth nr the southeast curncr of Hie
Dominion Government Reserve, In the
vicinity of the North Fork of the Upper
Pouce Coupe River, and marked "H, A.
M„ N.W. curner," thence cim 80 chains,
thence south M> chains, thence west tiu
chuins, thence north SO chains to tho
point oi commencement, containing tiio
acres more or less
HENRY ALBERT MITCHELL,
Jonathan Graham, Agent,
Sept,  ]3tli.  unu.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  D1STMCT.
Iiislriet ol Cariboo,
TAKE notico    that    Edward Thomas
Smith   of   Vancouver,   _.,(_.,   occupat	
Gentleman, Intends to apply lur permission ,o purchase the following described lands; Commencing at a I"1"1
planted ubout three miles west and one
mile smith of lhe southeast corner ol
the Dominion Government Iteserve, a,,"
about nine miles nurth of Swan Lake,
and marked "E. T. S, N.W. oorner,
thence ensl SO chuins, thence south 80
chains, ,hence west 80 chains, thence
north SO chains tu the point of co,„-
iii. iicmt'iil, containing __u aces more
ur less,
EDWARD THOMAS  SMITH.
Jonathan ur.ihaui, Agent.
Sept.  loth, 1910,
PEACE
Iil
TAKE noH
herd  of   Vancou
Printer, inti nds
to  purchase   Lhe
lands:  Commenc
aboul   three  mil
RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT
el of Cariboo.
thai
Frank Harold Shep-
ver,     It.,'.,     oecupatiun
t<> apply for permission
following    described
Ing   at   a   post   ]>lanieu
wist   nml   one   mile
ie'.I,
if
IJ
Hhulil
and ■
tl,
I I,Mi,|
Ml,, I I
mi nc
or li
iiiu
nu,
nnkcl
Govt
nilli'
"i
mtli east
i anient
h nurth
'.    II.   S
of  the
teserve, IIIU,
' Sw.in Lake,
S.E,   curlier,
ice
wi M  80  chains, llience  nurth
,   thence   cast   SO   chains,   then
80 chaina  to the polnl  of cm
nont,  containing  040  acres  mo
FRANK HAROLD SHEPHERD.
Jonathan Graham, Ageu
16th, 1010.
PE.
CE RIVI R
Districl
I.AN'H  DISTRICT,
languages to speak with certainty on   ahout ten miles north of tho Black
i.c   point -that the English speaking  water River and one mile west from
the S. W. corner post of Lot 988;
thence 80 chains north; thenco 80
chains west; thence 80 chains south;
thenco 80 chains east to i Int of
commencement.
ARTHUR FILMER,
W.  MacKirdy,  agent-
December 9, I ll 10.
person is the only one in tho world
who applies a capital letter to himself. Thnt 'I' strikes the foreigner
as exceedingly egotistic. Its absence in olher languages makes it
very difficult for a student, of English. What is the secret of its use."
Thc instructor could give his pupil
no satisfactory answer, and stated it
was a matter of habit. He had read
of one scribbler In Vancouver, B. C,
who was so fond of the capital "I"
that he couldn't cat his breakfast
unless his hot cakes were frizzled on
a gridiron designed after the capit.nl
"I."
if Cariboo.
TAKE notico thai Robert Abe.
Crosby of Van ouver, B.C., occupant"
Print, r, Intei ds to anply tor parml*
tion in purcliase the following describe,
lands:  Commencing  al   a   pusi   pianiw
aboul   Iii    iu les   wesi   and   one   mil.
soutii   of   the   cu,ill.easl   curner   of   tl"
Dominion     Oovernment     Keserve,   am
1,1 1  nine  miles  north oi Swan  Lake
""'I marked "R, ,\. i\, N.E, corner,
tiience BOUth 80 chains, thenee wesi SI
chains, ,hence norlh 80 chains, thenci
east 80 chains to the po.'nt of cum
mencement, containing (140 acres ,,,'"'
or less, ROBERT AISH.7 CROSI1Y.
Jonathan Graham, Agent
i.".ii,, inui.
AN  ARROGANT  PRONOH...
Tbe    whole   eastern   slope of    the
Rockies adjacent to Jasper Park has
A
ing
her
French
in New
time  to
ipera
York
thc
singer, while sing'
devoted much of
study  of  English,
ALBERTA'S  WINTER WHEAT,
"I estimate that tho total should
bo 230,000 acres," said Thomas Ache-
son, general grain agent of thc C.I'.
R., when speaking last week of the
prospects of the winter wheat crop
of Alberta for 1911. This is the summing up of Mr. Achcson, after an inspection trip in the west, and his
conclusions nre drawn from thc conditions which ho has witnessed.
FURT GEORGE LANI)  DISTRICT.
Disti'ict. of Oariboo,
Take notice that Walter George
Evans, of Vancouver, 11. C, occupation real estate broker, intends to
apply for permission to purchase tho
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about nine miles north of the Black-
water River and one mile wost from
tho S. W. corner post of Lot 989a ;
tlicnce 80 chain,, north; thence 80
chains west; thence RO chains south;
thence 80 chains enst to point of
commencement.
WALTER GEORGE  EVANS,
W.  MncKirdy,  agent.
December 9,  1910.
First. Insertion Jan, 7.
Sept.
I'13,
TA1
Vanei
Clerk,
li	
binds:
nboul
ut' thi
Ion  :i
IIV   of   ('
I'lne   111,
curner,"
Wcsl   80
thence   ,.
commenc
>CI.   RIVI3I1   LAND  DISTRICT
Dlslriel   ui'  Cariboo.
lice  Ihai Charles
li.  C,    i
uls  l
lull
:'hai
'IV'I
II
nunc,i
iRt   80
'iiu n,
Millard of
occupation  Railway
apply  for permission
,e    following describe']
■Iiu:   nl   n   pust   planted
w, ii  ami   I   mile south
l  corner of lho limni"
Reserve. In  lhe vlcln-
I   Rlvcr, „  tributary ol
in:,iked   "(.'.   M ,   X.   F,.
south 80 ehnins, thence
tbence north su chains.
chains  to  The  nolnl  "'
eoniuining    nm    acres
(il VRLES  1.111,1.AIM'.
William Radley, Age
in, mio.
Iili.,'.
> in,t Ice. J mi. ll.,,..  District oi uuriuoo.                                              District of Cariboo    ' ''"''' '''  1UVJ£K l'A*u DIVISION. PEACE  RIVER  LAND DIVISION.
District. "[, rV"n James Cromie ol TAKE notice that George Tui.n.a.1 oi Van-      TAKE    notice    thnt     i  ',         .      . District ol Cariboo.                             •             District ol Cariboo.      	
,AKB notice tlmt Honryjnmc-L salOBman, lnbyidB to apply ior _, h     ,           .  ,,                John      Louis TAKE notice that Lillian Hall of Vancon- TAKh notice that Herbert Goulding  WU-
.ouver, B.C.. farmer. I.    '7,^,, ,',,„- pormisslon  to  purcnase  tue following1   ues- Schroder,    of Vancouver, i.i.  (;., real ver,   B.C..spinster, into--, tc  apply ^or 5°"'i °. Vlctorla' ,B'C. mer0¥a*' 'f."1' l°
.....ii in iiuroiinse            '»_   »,_.,    .'..., ,      ,, ,,„„ ..,   ..   ..„. = ..,.,.,. o.tot_    „-.„„+     .-....--.-_  _              '              I...                       •■ ueiiu-   io   appiy     .or apply for permission to purchase the follow-
in, ,liuii   lo   iiu'iii.   ui eu.-L ui   un.nn    ,um.,   Liifin:. a uui     r.    c a:i as     .              -     ■"*      „.,,,..       , ., ,,,■,.   .,,, ,,, ikiihi-ii,   en imnnn-   anu   acres   more    or ..__.„.      -,.    _    .  4      „ — - __ -    -__=-■
•i,n         hi  acres    more west  to point of oommenoement,  oontalnlng J^in. west!    hence about  OU ohal  , south 'ess.    l'ost marked LHS EoTrne" „™.   "t ","1^°", 'i miles noith„west,fr?ra
,,„,,  containing  •JO"    rmnMIB Olu aoros more or less to  llaliway  r vor,  thence  meand ri   -      _i_ .tittak tt_it "ort"  wist  end  of bwan  or  Sucker   Lake.
„     , .   ...........  OB0MI1-. more       trn^       TUNS,,A,.,.. rive down'stream  In  an  eaete.™ d.rcc l.n September 23, 1910.      1'"'UAN   HAU" ^Z^WZ^S $*$  IT    .-   eta,£.
r  I".   '•" ''          .  October 7    LIIO t0  I101"1  n! commenoomont,  containing   -isu     ■    lllli"te    <"J  cna>ns  north;     thence   SU
    .,.,".  I,iv,sins'              ' .  arris more or less. chains west to point of commencement, con-
1.  RIVER  l.A>"   ■«"_"   ■•                                                                      -      - JOHN  L'll'IS  scili'oli.'it PEACE  RIVER  I.AND  DIVISION talnlng lilu acres more or less. PoBt mark-
District of Cariboo. PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION. Septcmbor 17, 1910.             '      ""'"' District of C-uiDoo    ' ed H.G.W. N W corner.
,,',,, thft1  Jamos Cromie, ol Van- Di-U_t.ot ol Cnriboo.                       —            '.......                             _ .           1Jlsl"Ll 0l CaMb00' HERBERT GOULDING WILSON.
accountaiit,  intends to.  apply TAKIO notice that John (lull Glashmi,   of PEAOE  RIVER LAND DIVISION Iake  n°tico  that  Richard    Charles October 7. l'Jlu.
;,;,, t0 purchase ll"' to!lo*'"*,°'/ Vanoouvor,  B.C., salesman, intendB to   up- District of Cariboo. Edwards Miller, of Vancouver, B. C, ■
.:    Commonoing at, a. pos; puint ,,iy  (or permission to purohaso thc   follow- TAKE notico that John Ferguson of Van- occupation  salesman,   intends  to an- .PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
I pmns north of (lO-Mtlu posi u» Ulj, de80ribed  lauds:   Commono ng  at a post couver.   B.C.,  real  estate  broker   Intends  i„ ,.1,,   f, - -.       °"cf"""',   -u-wuib   _u   ay District of Cariboo
„ ,„. Horlh West  KountoTPdW |)la„t(.,|    3    luil,s    west and A miles south apply for permission to purchase IhololU- £l, f°r Pe™™,   to  purchase    tho TAKE  notice Zt  John  tory   Cocking,
en Port St.  John and XQii i.ia „.om wh(,n,  t|1L. j>_uth  base line crosses Dear Ing described lands:   Commencing at a pust l0"°wing doscribed lands: of Vancouver, B.C., manager, intends to ap-
,„,:•,,i  of  Halfwav   rivor,     i ^ rive-    an(j    one    mj[.    _.__(.   f_om   _, planted 2    miles    north and one milo east Commencing at a post planted two ulv ,or permission to purchase the lollowing
Sm, ',■,','!,','' i  •'.'•    im-co   80 Post    marked     Frank  Begg's   north 'rn°» J Point on Hal/wny rl«r at 00-Mllo miles north from a   point on    Half- ZZZ , lil™?,:,   . Commencing at a   post
":•■' ncotu'^aiiis'wut ,o roiu west corner,    planted on Grand Prai- IUZZ r^%Zta^Tl'o^ra^, Z* ^Z' at 66 !"ile "°at' °n N'W' *&"™*V^ffiX£%&
i-ni-nt.    '""'''.'l.'.i, [.i,(,viF rle    an"    l'once   Coupe wagon road, B.C., thenoo 80 ehains north:     thence   80 Mounted Police trail between     Fort ted Police trail between Fort St. John and
JAM-.-, ii. •■■ anfj  a|,0llt gi  mijCi- nortn W1,,.t from chuins eas,: thenco SU ohains south;   thenco St.  John and   Fort Graham, B.  0., Fon Graham, B.C., north of Halfway river
1  "'■  ''"_  north  west end ol  Swan  Lake or   .Sucker *u cl."ns »*?} i° I'0""  ol oommcooomiint, tlicnce 80   chains    north    thence     80 .J,os.  "'     ..   JAH,0j S W corner, thence   bo
,  4, Lake      thence    80  eliains  west-  tnence    lu containing  nin  aores  moro  or  lei .      Post „.,_,•-,         ,   ,,          uu--u,   uuuu.e     ou chillns ,10rt|l. Ul(,nce su cl              t     h
,,, WVER i.an'I, DIVISION. J™"', .;;;;;;;.' ,,„,,„,   m,'rf,.*,,,',,..1'','.'1;;,,,,',' marked JF. SW corner. culln:i east, thence 80 chains     south, su chains south; thence su chains west   to
Dl iriit of Cariboo -in ohalns north  to point ol con.moncc-.ent J0IIN   FERGUSON, thence 80   chains    west to  point     of Point of commencement, containing 640 ao-
U,,. that Alexander Edwards,   of containing  820 acres mure or loss,      post Soptomber 19, I'.n,,. commencement,     and  contuining 640 !'.Lns,.,Ta' or ™',„P5 _.?_! J'-?i2'J;w
Ot'- l":,""'-"r i.",",ld,.  l",,,"."'>' markod J'(;',i- N,'': '"r""''                          '  acres more   or less. Post marked R. s I! .mbcr 16   iff HhNRY C0CK1N("
„„ to purchase the lollowing-es- JOHN  GALL  GMSHAN. PEACE RIVER I„»v.   nivisiON, n   E   M '« S   W   corner                               beptembor IB. mo.              	
rnmnionolns al  a  "u..t plnnl- (("lobir 7    I',Hi Di.i.ii-t  nl c     '■„„, •  corner.                             ———	
.   S 2 miles wist from a                   , '..      .  TAKE notico   that   George B, '   ol   \an RICHARD  CHARLES   FDWARDS PBAOB RIVER LAND DIVISION.
•   ' "'    l!  ''"'' Mil,'' V0"1 °" PEACE RIVER LAN'll DIVISION. couvor, B.C., mnnagor, h    , Ie  to'apply lor MILLER. TAKP nn,,?'"^1.,1 ?!.,™a rb„0<-"-,_   _. v
■    ,i,,l   Police   trail    botween ,,. .     ,    , ,,    .. nnrmls-lnn   in  n,,,,.' , ,.  ,,     i          . u„„4-    i       in    m.n 1AM'. notice that Glare Connors, of Van-
'',.,;,,,,.     B   C ,.„ lhsi''»'t ul Can ...0. ZZZn.wZZZ"''\":","^   ,",' ScPte.«bor 19,  1010. oouver, B.C., warehouseman, Intends io  ap-
"north-    then-1 80   chain. u,TAKE notloo that Alexander Joflrcy Cam- ;"'.'/    '.   ■".-        """""-  ■' '  :   PO« plant-   , _ „ly  ,or  pormi8Blon t0  purchas0  tbe   mo*.
iith'  thonco   hi, bio, of Vancouver, B.C., lrelght agont,    in- .! .-', ''" J ""'".'',.".''''"■"  '",:'   taat from I'EACE IUVER LAND DIVISION.           ing dosor d lunds:   Commencing at a post
"   ■  t. mis to apply  for pcimlsston  io   purchase uu ral"  i'"'"' cstaonsnoa on i an .   trail I e- ...,..., ,        ......
ils:    Comoionclug twee"  1'"1'1  St.  John and  Vnn Oraham,  I
nnrlh       nri      <,. r '■•   and   III.01,1  2  mil; s BOUth   uf   ,[,['  IlalfV" V          i   ...;-.             . I             :■,,,... i     ... ..          .     i   ..       ..                .    .                                     -
nun,   ..in,    o„i "i                 '   ui   n.i.i.  i Vnnennver   ne     .e,..iiiioir.t    in,,.r„i. rl.ver' and ,! nill,;s sollth Iron, a post mam-
U.EXANDER EDWARDS. Z^rZZZ.Z'Z'ZZZZ Z'Z ctalns ZZ  Z.'ZZZ'Z „ZZZ iZ^ZZZZZ ^..clT. W „„ Fn?" , ^i.'^ SSL'^SL «_»»
il  of Carilioo.
TAKE
"oommen-ement. con- Z^Zi"   ■i'1''y, '°'' >"',ZZ"   p°   '""T"''M' '_■•! ZZ 'si'"'' lo'in ''„.i"k .'.'W.li.e! 'n' District oi Cariboo. planted  0  miles     south  and 2  miles  west
'„.  I„s. I'ost marked Z ZlZZ^ZT'LZZiH ZZZi ^. and about 2 miles ?onth of theHahwny TAKE, notiee  that  Charles  Wilmont  Vey- ,rom whcre .*'"' -""'  b:'K" '""' '™ss"s »-«
„ad^iXay7verSn74°-Ml.eyPpros. on-be *■"»,■?*  S^JL'*?'"' ^ ">tV"t h.-n. o »''*1»Jor P«njlssion to purohase the fol- on  Orand ^d,.e"and l_r-«VC_^ "^n-
1'1'"1 North  West  Mounted  Police trail    between t,u ™1" "•••'' to point ol commencoment, u^;,l<lu'"''"" '' "|l"   -fl-imenclng   at   a road   po8t       k d c  c   NE      H      h«
  Fort St   .loin, and Fort Oraham, B.C.. post containing M0 acres  more  or  less.      l'ost post  planted  2  mi es  north  f,on.  Junot on 80 ^ilK soulh.Q   tluVceN S Xln'  wes™
,., ■, R KIVER LAND DIVISION. mnrkod A. J. 0. S. E. corner; thence m'"'kl;,i 'l"'.,^ V',",'"''''    aE0RGE llhl'lj' of  cyi)ress  c™ek  and  Halfway   riv- thence 8U    chains    north; thence 80 chains
80    chains     north'    thence 80 chains °"PlomBC1 -"• tuJU- er and ahout   1\    miles north of 72- east to point of commencement, containing
weBt; thonce 80   chains south; thence =  M.Ue £«* on the North West Mount- 640 t.cres more or less
80 chains   cast   to   point   of   com- PEACE RIVEU i.anii division'. ed    Police     trail,     between     Fort Octobrr 8, ]9,0,      ^LAKe' w««ui».
mnn-nmnni-       (./.ntnlninc.     I'dn    ..r.B „,,,.,,       District of Cariboo. St.  John and Fort Graham,   R.   C,	
  mencement,      containing     640   acres TAKE notloo that Walter Wood, ol   Van- post marked C.W.V. S W corner, tnence 80 PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
fll _               >>< (l"m a  I.10'1,1,1 °J    '\,'„V' more or less- ?ouvt'r'  B''."  accountant,  intends lo   apply ehains north; thence 80 ohains east;   thence District of Cariboo.
rive,    '    '   '■   i'M  "",,N,   1_,    , ,,',',;, ALEXANDER JEFFREY CAMBIE. lor pormisslon to purchase tho following dos- 80 ohains south; thenoe 80 ohalns west   to TAKE notice that John Stevenson of Van-
,,l Pi             • between  fort at.  johu auu Soplembot ^'i.  1-10. cribed lnnds:   Commenoing at a post plan'.- point  ol oommcnceinont, containing 040 ac- couver, B.C., teamster, intends to apply for
-__! ,             p i ., thonoo bo onains nortn. ,  „l „    miles south from Ofl-Mila post ostnb- res more or less. permission    to  purchase the following   des-
.                        wost;    tnence   m      "l'"' PEACE  IUVER LAND DIVISION. , .'     on,"" |,ol"'<' lra" between Fort   St. CHARLES WILMONT VEYSEY. cribed lnnds:   Commencing at a post plant-
v|    ,,||",.':1 '''1.,„,1"  '      ,„„., ni ,r',., ,,i .•.,,,,„, ..  ,      I",rt Gr,iam' U-C-  l»"1  "> miles September 22,  1910. ed on the soutii bank of Halfway river, ab-
Dominem ment,    containing    040 acres more , sir  t o, i..,i,i,oo. south from the south bank of Halfway river  out   II miles  north   westerly  from   junction
.I ,..,    l'osl marked R.li. SE corner. 'IAKK  notn-e  that James  William  Robin- thenco  8u  Cains  east;     thenee    80    chains of Cvpress Creek and Halfwav river   thence
0r'                            ROBERT BRADEN. son, o   Vancouver   BC., salesman,    ntends   ,lor.|1;    l]mK„ H mins west.    T„,„cc   Ml PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION. Sto-^wST ^-_? ^l_i^<M^i-_-__^^-__SSf1
September 19,  1910. " "I'I'l>. »; . I''' ™'»'0.   ,.,l,1,"1l,!;'..'',, llM,'   . , f,s *'!■",,h t0 "oi"1 of commencement, oon- District of Cariboo. thence about 40 chains east to Halfway ri-
__ h,„,„g  d.-uibcd  lands.      uninie.. ,ug  at   a taining 6-10 acres moro or less. Post mark- Lc ver-    thence    mcanderlne  said  river   down
-      ","...,, RIVER r.AND DIVISION. !"'"'  I1".1"''''1,''   ..!''* ?''"l",;!'!,li„:,™,   u'',. ^ «'•«'• S W corner.    .     WALTER WOOD TAKE notiee that Ch..rl, s Ilanslip oi Vnn- stream    in    a    south easterly direction   to
,,,,,,  huli.  LAMD utviai ,,.om where the 20th base lino crosses   Boa September 20, 1910. oouver,  B.C.,  accountant,  intends  to   apply point of commencement,  containing 480 ac-
District of Cariboo. river and 3 miles south and one milo wost   ,  ,or permJs8ion to purchase the following des- res  more or  less.   Post marked  J.S.    SE
,,,;,;     ...   ,   thnl  'hurt,"   Wright  of Van- from   n poll   m;llK"' .,1'"\",„i T^ ,  ..',,, i'EACE  KIVER LAND  DIVISION. "j1'"1  l'""l:;:   Commencing at  a  post plant- corner.                        JOHN  STEVENSON.
■ountant,  Intends to   apply west corner,  nnd about a, miles west from Cariboo. ed  'i mill's no''th and 2 miles east from a September 23, 1910.
.  .          ■   ■„ pureiiase the lollowing des- north  west  end  of    Swan  or Sucker lake TAK|.       ,      ,      ,           ,( point on  north  bank of Halfway  river, ab- .	
' ",llT'"",i".V- i'   Z,1 !'Z' Z!Z   Z,'ZCiZZ   l°l'.l" ;ZTZll »«P«t.   BC.  thai'se,',, .'.   intends",o, gut 20    ehains    south    of  ,.'. Mile post  on PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
,:  ■              outh  from  i.i. Mil.-  pus,   eslab- i'enee    su    ohains    cast,   tnonco su  enains   .     nermlsslon to nurohftso the follow  rimi Sunh   "'•■''   1 oimt.-d    To cc  tra      between n- ..i-.    ,n    -u
'.:'             ■  trail between Port St. John soutii   to   point  ol  oimmenccment,   contain- ZZ"nZiV,ZZ/,ZZZl Fort St.  John    and    Port    Graham. B.C.. District ol Cariboo.
'.,                  m.  B.C..  and  2 mllos south Ing  04(1  aores  moro or  loss.   Post   marked _d Bmllra east and «i miles south from a tl"'nco   s"  l'lK'i'"'  no"n:   tn,'nl,e   80    <'1"'i"s TAKE n°1'"* that Samuel MacDowel!.   ol
.  r|vc.. ihenco 80 -halns cMtj J.W.R. S E cornor.                  nnniNSON I'"1"1 °" "°1''1' "ank o. Halfway river,   ab- T"-v'    thenco s" ,h'li"s sout!l:    lh"m'   H" 7ancouv ,r'tB' ." host_er' 1.1te.d ,tl . aSplj
ii   north;     thenoo   su cln,,is JAM..S  imi.i.iam  itiiiii.N-.il>. o||l  .,(|  ,.||lli||s         ,i    (  (il. „..         • chains east  io point of commencement, eon- for permission to purchase the lollowing des-
;., ■   ■         SO ohnlns  south  to  point    of October 8,  1910. North   West   Mountpd   I'ulii,.   i.-iii    i„i,v...., Wlnlne 640 acres moro or less. Post marked eribed lands:    Commencing at a post plant-
;,               talnlng  640  acres    more . — ■ _,   '      '       '""' l,u     ""'   ''.'"•   l"'*"" aH. SE ,..,,,,,.. ed nbout o, miles south from 66-Mile post
■   irked G.W.  SW corner. I'KACE  UIVER  I.AN'I) DIVISION. 1,            •    Joun    dI1(i   foil  i_,ranam, CHARLES   IIANSI.IP. established on Police trail, between Fort St.
QEQRGE WRlGIIT. ... ....    , ,.   ;, H.   ( .,  tlicnce  SO  chains  cast;  thence September 19,  I'.ilu. Joht   md Fort Oraham, B.C., and   about 2
Sent  .       I".  191°- m, ,.-,..     "JJ».    .,,„.'   niinonn    Mnc- 80    chains   Bouth;     tl.encc  SO    chains  miles   south   ol  the   Halfway   river;     thenca
—__ TAKI-,    notice   that   Duncan    Mac - su chains south;     thence 80 chains   west;
,,,.,    , .v,   n,,-ic„,. Donald,    ot Vancouver,    B.C.,    pur- *™J>    * ne°f?_*"   ™     li,£     «,_ PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION. thence Su chains north:    thence   80   chains
',|;'" :   «VBR   • Z VmlM"V chasing   agent,   intends to apply Ior ^I,n  mo „ ™7» ™"p.   ' mu % " Tv     w Dl8trict °' c"ib0°- S t0 "oint of TmenCpemft' WS'ff
"   " ','""    m- i         i   >' Permission  to purchase the  toilowing corner.      "                      1 VOR  . i.lWI'SON." TAKE notice that  Charles  William Goigor «•»« «™  "lore or less     M«WU_
T,                   ■     •    i'min is   Pi-'^son   Ai'--,.i- '.         ....      .        _-_                             __            Cnt.ii.m.  -tt    nun of   Vn'tofi    H C     clnrk    intends   to    nnnlv " ^J  cornP"-              i-AWUJijj  maC-juwi-iLu.
JdK,         ,   Vnniuv-r. BC, ......mgl-r. described     lands:   Commencing at a Septembei 21,1910. «, J^™^ • ™*j. 'gfSlriStoi^B September 20. 1910.
•  ,..•■.,,,..,„„  to purehase post  planted    6 nUlas    soulh and   .1   miles  .-i-it-.-.l lands:   Commencing at a  post plant-	
■    Oommonolng west  from where tho 20th  base lino orosso. PEACE RIVER  LAND  DIVISION. ed 3 miles west  from where  the 20th   bnse PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
I   , miles north nud 2 mibs Bear  rivor,  and  3  miles  south  and   I   muo District ol Cariboo. line  crosses  the  Bear  river,  and  one   milo District of Cariboo,
tion    uf  Cypress Creek nnd west     from    a post   marked   I'lanl;   nrggs TAKE notiee    tin t    Georgia  Webster,   ol west and 3 miles north Irom a  post mark- TAKE notice that Stanley  Davis of Van-
v ,r 711-Mile  post on North "orth west oornor, planted ou Grand I'r.urie Colchester,  England,    married    woman,   In- ed Frank  Begg's north west corner, planted couver, B.C., teamster inter.ds to apply lor
Police    trail   between   Fort and    l'once    Coupe    wagon  roail  anil tends  to apply  for  pormisslon  to  purohnse on the Grand  Prnirie nnd Pouce Coupe wa- permission  to  purchase  the  following    des-
i'liet  ^t     lohn   I.   C about    A>     milea    west   from    nortli the  following  described  Ian-Is:    Commencing gon  rond    nnd    nbout  6  miles  norlh west cribed lands:    Commencing at a post plant-
i oi i  .->..   uui...,   ".   v., ""«".       i      " .               ,     ,,i„„,„,i     .,  ,„i,„_   ,„,_,   .,„.]   i>    i--„,   „-„,,,   ,, i   „.,j   -.   o „   --    c..-_... ed   on   north  hank   of   Halfwav  river  ahout
I   lands:    I oniiu ■le'in^
Graham   aim    ruu o..   o ""»."■  «•> °"l':"'_nfu,i' ./"a" n "ZZir ker    T.ftVa" at  a    Post'planted    :i "miles  east "and "l ] From" north "west "end "of" Swan  or'"'Su'eker -d  on  north bank  of  Halfway river about
thence   k'i    chains   west;     tlicnce    80 west eml of    Sunn or butkei     I.aKC, miles north from a point on Hallway   rive. Lake;   thenco   80   elmins   south;   tl.encc 80 J-mllc west and Sn feet south trom 66-Mile
chains BOUth;   thence  80   chains  east; thence    80    chains    cast;    theuce    40 ,_bout  20 chains  south  of 60-Mlle  post  es- chains wist:  thenco 80 chains north;   thence Post,    estnblished    on  Folice  trail  between
thence v"   chains north to point   of chains north; thence 80 chains west; tabllshed on Polico trail between Fort   st. 80 ehains east  to point  oi oommonoomont, fort St- John    and    Fort Graham, B.C..
commencement    eortai-iiiif  1.0  acres thenco  40 ehnins    south  to  point ol   com- John and Fort  Graham,  ll.C. post marked containing  640  neres  more  or  less.      Post thence SO    chains north;    thence 80 chains
commencement, containing  b«0  acres, oontalnlng  _-1  acres   more   or G.W.  SW corner,  thenco  80  ehains   north; marked C.W.G. north east  corner. east: thence about 80 chains south to HaH-
more or less,    l'ost marked   f.D. A. 1 . mnrked  1) M    8 VV    corner thonco 80  ohnlns  cast;    thenee    so   chains                    CHARLES WILLIAM GEIGER. wny River,  then.ee meandering said river up
N.E, corner, less' l ost     Y.v.mw moViu.vai n s"",,,: ,h""''' s" |,||:li"s wo8< l0   i'<""'   »'    °^0Dn "•■ l!,ln- stream '" a we8terly d.ireeH°,..t0 polnt  °'
TI10M.S 111,     .ie    m.m'IIIUM I) l'l'UVFS tllliNl !\N   ftiacilUlNAUi.. commencoment,   containing  640  acres   more  commencement,  containing  040  acres   more
4..,.             iiiu         ,                        ' October S.  I'.HU. or loss.                     aEOROlA WEBSTER or less.    Post marked S D   S W cornor.
September 20,  1910. PEACE RIVER LAND  DIVISION. STANLEY DAVIS.
. lilt  l.ANI)  DIVISION. I'EACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.  ......    , „   .. September 19. 1910.
District of Cariboo.
n.i.-r mu iuii>»«'iih "»-4- iii'pi..   mi   ," i i.nn.4.4...  ._  ,... .„    -  ,, ,,                .        "7 7    i u"..4   ...   i.ee*.   ,u,   p. ..in........   v-   ,....4.4.,44 0|   Vancouver,  n.i..,  real
noing at a post plant- Ing desoribed lands;   Co'iniirncng at a post oy, o,  vnncouvor,  n.i .,  teamster,    ,mends the following described  lands:   Commencing tends  to apply for permti
;„1 _' mibs   wesi    from planted  9  miles south  from win re the 20th 10 apply  for permission  to purchnso the iol- at  a   post   planted    on  the  soutn   bank   of the  following  described   In
Rivor  nl  66-Mllo  post base  lino  cruises  Bear  river und  six  miles lowing describod lands:    Oommonolng   at   a Halfway  river, aboul   J-mile soutli and one nt .  „ost planted 3 mile
ted   Police    trail,   be- south and one mile east Irom n posi mail.- post    piunted    on  north bank of   Halfway mile east  from  mile post  66. ostnbllshed on tlon  ot Cypress Creek nn
mil  Fori  i,mlu.m,  B, ,d  Frnnk  Mug's nurtn wosi oornor,  plnnled fiver,  neur Junction  of Cypress  Crook    and ,|„.  |'0li,v trail  between  Fort   St.  John and md north  01 72-Mtlo  pos
west;  thenco nboul  SU on  Grand   Prairie mid  l'onee Coupe   wagon ilalfwny rner, about  110 Chains   south (rum port  Oraham,  B.C.,  thence 60 obalns south; between  Fort  St.  John  i
in* Cariboo. Districl of Curiboo. ...... I'E-VCE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
William  Wilson ol Van- TAKE  notiee  that  Alexander  Finlny    Mc- PEACE  RIVER  LAND DIVISION, TAKE nolice that     Joseph  Francis   Mac- '      District of Cariboo,
man,    intends    to npply Donald,  of  Victoria,  B.C.. clerk, Intonds to Districl of Cariboo. Klnnon, of  Vanoouvor,  B.C.,  salesman,   iu- taKe notice that John Philip MacLaren.
chase the fullowing des- npplv for permission to purcliase the follow- i.vivo, notico tnnt eroaenoK  cowara -Sent- tends  to  npplv  for  permission  to  purchase 0f Vnncouver, B.C.. real estate agent,    in-
nt a pust plant- Ing desoribed lands;   Commencing at a post «'. • o,  vnncouvor,  HA., tea,aster.    Intends the  [ollowlng described  lands:   Commencing tends  to npplv for permission to   purchase
"'"  ",l"  ,..„...... ,          ........;   ..,.     ... ',..      ..'e.  lnn.s;   Commencing
miles north from June-
; nnd  Halfway   River,
post on  Police trail.
                   ...,,,,                     ,    ,.             ,    ,   --Jin  and  Fort Graham,
 ti,i,nn men i- rond,  and ahout one mile soutl, west  from (Y-Mile post on Police trail,  Iietween thence  B0    elmins    east:  thenee  mi   ehains \\,q t     post    mnrked    J.P.M.  SW corner,
n siream in an cast,.- the south \ est end of Swnn or Suoker lnko, fort  St.  John anil Kort Crnham   11. |,ol''h  ,0  Hnl'way  river:   ihenee  meandering thenco  SU  chains   north:   thence  80   chains
point 80  chain, south ol thence 80  chains soul I,,   thenee   80   chain. Q     t]             8Q     h,            .,,     (| said   river ne   itroam  in  a  west erly   diree- t   thence  g„   chaln8 80Uth; thence
":::;;i::;;;„,;"!';'m"sis izZ:z\Z,oohZZZZ,'i Ss?"-o" »o _haiM west; thence about m. zz:'rZZrZzi"ZttTZZ^'u7. so cham8 westto pomt of com-
• marked WW. NEeui- talnlng U40 noros moro or loss. Post markod chuins     south     to   1 inllwny    ,i er; _f. N W corner.                               _ mencement,    containing     640    acres
IVILI.IA1-   WILSON. A.P.M. N E enrner. thenee meandering said river down   •','.. .. JOSEPH  FRANCIS MaoKIN-ON more or less.
!'1"- ALBXANDBR FIM.AY  McDONALD. In nu easterly   dlrootlon  to  point  ol   cor, Septembor 17, 1910. JnHvj philip MacLAREN.
October s,  I'.IIO. monoomont,  oontalnlng  560  acres   mure   ot   -  September 22. 1010.
i.l! i "HON. -  1,M- ''"sl  marked F.E.B. S E corner, peace RIVER LAND DIVISION. —
t ol Cariboo „„,„„ „,,,,„  , ,.,, ,.,,,.,,,.■ .,       FREDERICK  EDWARD BE.NTLh.. PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
'" t'»"boo. PEAOE RIVER LAND DIVISION. Septemher 22,    010. Distriot of Cariboo.                                           ... ...    , ,,   ..	
. District of Cariboo  District of Cariboo.
SA     !'!!!,„..!   i TAKE nollco thai   Elizabeth  ic.lt ol Van- ' TAKE notice thnt Thomas Foster ol Van- TAKE notice thnt Jnmos McLeod ol Van-
■'.    p'riiZ, ,  , o  m   'le se couvor, B.C., married woman, Inlands to ap- PEACE UIVER LAND DIVISION. couvor, B.O., teamster, lutends to apply for BfJ    [oraman, intends t0 apply for
■:i"  d                 ,,n    en ine i Iv  (or  permission  lo  purel.nse  Hie   fulluw- District uf Cariboo. permlsdon to  purohase the  following    dos- ,-ission  ,0  ]nmbasr  the following    des-
■l ■   ,,i       as,  ?,       , ih "    leer'„,! lands:   Commencing at a post TAKE notico    that     Willinm  Barrett, ol orlbed TS-ds:   Sommenolng at a postplant- '_,.„-,,, ,,,„,,..    'commencing at a post pUnt-
,,,,,,.        r*   , Pi iiited 8  miles suuth  from where  tlio -Otll Vanoouvor, B.C., teamster, Intends lo apply cd  I   ,.„:,• west  Irun, the conlluenee of   Oy- _(,   ,,  mik,s  „„,,,,  nnd  2 miles west   from
.1 o,    ,i   \       . , ,     1   .„, bnse line orossoa Hear river, and   live   miles lor  pormisslon    to  purchaso   tho    (ollowlng press Creek and  Halfway  rivor,  post mark- }-t        Hallway river, about 20 chains
■'       die,   ',,.''     i.iw,. Bouth and one milo en.-l Irom a post mark- described lands :    Commenoing   at   a   post ed T F   N E .orner: thenoo 80 ohalns west; ,    , M|,       t >RQ      North We8t Uoml.
"■. i     •      ,'     '       ■   ' nd Frank Begg's norlh west oornor, planted plantod  '-'  miles oast  and   I',   miles   south thonoe 80 ohnlns south;   tbonce   ubout   60 (,(, ,,,,,.. Imi|   1)(,tw.im Fort St. John ond
nnd    Fort Grtlhnm,  B.C., ,'.! ,,|   r,,,,,!, „nd   Pouee  Coupe   wagon Irom   50-Mllo   Post   on   Norlh   Wost  Mounted 'Huns onsl   to Cypress  Creel;:   Ihenee mean- ,,.       ,.-„,,.„„.  B,0.,   thence SO chains north;
ihence hd ohnlns "'"'!„,'.,,„„„   .,ni|,    norlh  west  Irom Polico trail,  between    Vm   St.  John   nnd dering said creek down stream  in an east- h        8„ (.lillins w,,st.    the|11!C   80   chalnB
west,    ihenee   80 ■   .                   „| Swnn  or  Sucker   Lake, Furl  Graham.  B.C.,  thenco  80 iha.ns oast! oily dlrootlon to'n point about   40   ohalns t,    tho-oe  80  -,l|lllls rast  t0   ,,oillt   of
11 ,'"""!l"»''"1",1'"■ fhonce 80 chains south:     thee'e SO ohalns tlnnco about  00 ehalns  nouth  io   Hallway   south    of   li 1  post:    thonoe   about   40 ,,-„,„„,„,,,„„,„(.  containing 64D acres   more
mor
,,    .    ti,,,,,,,.   su   ,. ,-i ns   soul i:      inenee   .-.i'   rii.iuis    II14IU1-   uuuui   ....   ii,.1....   -.......   u.    .......,.,,     .......     ...      '.•        : .     eonuneneeuieiii.   eoiuaiiiuiK   o-u   u.a__    .,
'"''' west'      thenon SO ohalns north; thonoe   80   river;    thonoe    meanderlng^sai^ rlvor_ ap   „_„'M,1„n.0,JS(, *S-__p^!lL0_-?_?" '   "'' ll,ss-   Post marked J.M. S E corner.
.  ■      oini of oommonoomonl   eon-   stream  in n westerly dlrootlon  io u   point   oontalnlng BOO aores mure or less.     JAMES McLEOD.
«innie SIIANOEU.     ;^j;  ,\ V!p,'"-n's mon. i..-TJ. Pus, mark-   aboul 40 ohnlns south ol iiiitiui i.usi: ;!„„.'„ . THOMAS FOSTER.        s,pt,.mb,,. „•,, 1010.
I'i"' ,'i! 'i.'"n   N;'l."corner.""  ELIZABETH  IHTT.      -I" ehains north to point ol oommonoomeiit,
etolier R,  I'.H
, .,,.  taining    480 noros more or bus.      l'osl	
ll:''l: UIVER   | \m,  division                -°t--01     ,  i.i   ■ ^    marked W.B.  N W oorner. I'EACE  RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
»' W« "-Cnriboo.  PBAOB UIvT-R LAN,," DIVISION.                                      ,„„;V,M',AM  0Am*Vt' PEACB R1VER  MN"  '"V1S",M'                               "Istrlot ol Cariboo.
,.I,K!       tl" ,   James   Richmond,    of                        Dislriel of Cnriboo.                          '   '             - ■    ■    •  District of Oarlboo. TAKE notice that Samuel George   Spence.
,        '       '■ »-C, butohor, Intonds lo np-     TAKE notico that Frnnces Payne ol Brlgh .,,,,      .      .      .„.,„.    M,    t I(,t.lu,r    ol Vnncouver   B.C., manager, intends to i.p-
  t" purohnse tho   follow- „,,,   I   .'.  d,  married womnn,  Intends   lo          pBAOE RIVER LAND DIVISION. „i ZZaZ nZ IrZZZ   nZZ lo   p>»   or  ,-r?1.8loil l» "''rehns,c thr°, ,o1 °«;
,',,' , .    'lands:   Commonoing nt n post         v    ,r perniission to purohnse the lollow-                      District of Cariboo. ",•,..,    ,'r'mison .. purchase   ho lollow-   ")« f'TZA ZtZZ'^"^ mile WZ\
I,,,,      ' ,:||"S   "ast    and   19  miles soulh |,ig described lands:   Commonoing ni u post     T.\ K !■: nolle thai Arthur l.inncil of Van- ;,,' ,,„   !M        „, ...    Commenolng at a post   J,'"n""1  " .': V1''8 T,rV „ „ r,,T-.  re mi._
vrr   _„'-?" "," ""rlh ,l""!i "   U-Uway rl-      ,.,, ed    :l  miles ensl  and   I'i  miles   nurth   couver,  B.C., oheoker,  Intonds  to npply   lor rinnlcd on tho south  bank ol    llnlfwnv  ri-   "'om  ,v """"„ol'. llZ"Z , a   ZiL, ,*1
„,', '";;,     ..'eliains    south ol BO-Mllo ,!   „    n  point on  thc  north  bank  Of   permission  to  purohaso the  following    des- JJfJg, u   one mil. wesi  Iron, ...Will., 'post   l»J■  "<■   North   *W'lh-°m- Fort Oraham
F-= "r>"£«'. v ii r-^iSri? ss « &££32H i:S « ZZ? Sa pH;a_a|
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nortl,
conu
.  \..,  ,   "V,     KU"1"' l"cnce 7,     i   ,„ „   I    Fort Grnlmm   II. O., B.C., and F.houl   I miles south from   llalf-
'   west;    tlicnce 80   oha ns St. .lohn ana   i«ort i.nnn  , i,. _..,       . 	
1   Point   of commencement, thonco   80   chains   east;; thence,    w   Nn»,,,,imi ,,,,l:    thonco 801 ohnlns   , tin
-   --0    acres  mon.  nr Iahb chains south;  thence  SO chains west, thonco 80 ohalns west to po nt of oommencc-
'lied   Mi Tw thenee  8., chains    north  lo point of   com- „„,„.,    containing    040 acres moto or less.
about   80  ehnins nortii   to   Halfway marked S.G.S. S.E. corner.
river;   thenco   meandering said river SAMUEL oeorge SPENCE.
i    ,    lln_   -.0    acres'more"or~lom!   ehainH south; thenee SO enains west;   thoneo 80 ohains west to point of oommenco-  uown strcam in an easterly direction     September 19, 1910.
P08t marked J.R. N.W.    orner '•■«: St ZZninlV"«  " -"   m„™ °'or  v'Z'ZrZZnZ. s\   ::.."'m '"' ''"•  to point of   commencement, contain	
 „, , ,„   ,„,  JAMES Rli'iiMOND.      K  Tost marked P.P. N W corner. AKTII.lt  i.INXEI.L.     ing 040 acres, morc or less. PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
"'•  l'""' "        ' FRANCES   PAYNE. Seplemher 20,  11)10, WILLIAM ALBERT LETCHER. District of Cnriboo.
       Soptomber, -I.   1010,  ■       September 17,  I'.U.i. TAK1,- nolic_ that Allc.  h„rM of   I.on
'" l:  IUVER  LAND  DIVISION ' '  PEACE  IUVER  LAND  DIVISION.  don.  England, spinster,  intends to apply for
Hi.lain  „f iMrii,,,., l'l.'U'l'  ItlVER LAND  DIVISION. llislrlcl of Cnrihoo. ,     PEACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTRIOT. pormlss on   to   purchase   the  following     des-
TAICK  |C0 ,,,     n„,        „' n      i     „   1',,'ilioo TAKI'' notice  thai   Gerald  Charles Peel  of nis|,.|,,  0f  Peace  River. ("'i1"'11  '."(ls:   Oommonolng at a post plant-
.',.,,, i   ■'",„ :" pilbnrt Hannah ol Van- ',si ■ ■ t o     .ml on. Vancouver, B.C., n'ccoiint.nt,  intends t, - ""''",l "' ",u rd 3 miles east Irom a point   on -Uilfway
'_'  '"'"uutnnt,   Intends  to   nnnlv      TAMO notice thai   •"i™.,l'l,'l'l:"l..!".,„ ,.„   „,. ,„„ ,„„.,„i__i,„, ,„ „,,,■,.,.„_„ .,,„ i„iim.lr!_      TIKE nnllen tlmt   Robert Lawler.  ol San    river nbout 20 chains south of 00-Mllo post
tween Fort St.
, post mnrked
    , .,„,   ,.     .   ., thence 80 chains
r nt 00-Milo post  on   od one mil.' n,.nn > on .( ^  ^^ -.^   Mmvl] ,,.„,.,  Hl   .,„,,„  „,„,  ,..„,..  praluim,  post  planted  II  mibs north from a   puint  nnl.th; thencc 80 0bains west; thence
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,'"     "'  Miinnaii ol van-                               ,,   ,     „,,  \| „l em, oi Vnn- Vnneouier, B.C., neeoiiii,.u,t,   iniends lo np- <_ -  m'ies  east  irom a  puint
"'"Hunt,   intends   to   npply      TAKE nolice that   Jul tn  »•   i. ,    fo|.   I,,.mjs,|„l, ,„ p„,,.|,.,sl, ,,l;, Collowit.u TAKE nntiee thai   Robert  Lawler,  ol San river nbout 20 chains south of
 '-haso tho following des- couver, B.O., salesman, imonaBiuwi j.^ (|,,'sn.||„,,|  |.„„|s ,     Oommoiiclnn  nt  n   post Frnnolsoo,  Oal.,  U.S.A.,  horseman,  iniends established on Police trail betv,
minionolng ,,t a posi plant-  'mission to  V1'1'    ,''.;,,,,,,., nost lilnnt- planted 2\  miles soutii nud ono milo    «ol to apply for porm'.sslon to purehase tho Iol- John nnd Port Graham, B.C.,
1 "".'i one mile enst Irom a orlbod lnnds:   ''",',, ,,,..   '(,,1 (,n   Half- from U0-¥Ilc post established on Police trail lowing dosorlbed landB:    Commonoing  nt   n a. B. S. E. corner; thenci
',M-nnte-OrpnL-0*Jyl.. p?".   "" " i.i.   -."flO-MI o pos   on  North  Wosi botween  Kurt  St.  .lulu,  nnd  for,  Clrnhnm, post plantod  11  mibs north from a   point th;  thencc 80 clmins west;  thence
,         I 'llollc..  trail    belivin wny   river nl   i>   "",          Port St. John B.C.,  and  2 miles  soulh   from   Hallway  H< on  tho  Halfway  rivor about  82  miles down .',,,_ _r,„fh. «,_„»„ on rdmlm. Pitst
"and Lort Oraham,   B. 0., Mounted Polioo triill,botwMniorint.-n thonoe 80 chains southi thonco «0 clmins stream  from the mon,h of Cypn*,   y,-vA, SO ehnins south, thence 80 chains east
."',''   cast:      ilmuee Hi, ehnins nnd   Fori   (,r,',h.i   .    '■'■;.       '       ,„„,   Hl,    ..,,,,.     .). .,,  K0  ohalns   nortli:     th o    RO llnnee   BOUth   80   ehnins:      thenoe    enst    St. t.O  point of    commencement,  contain-
      • '•' •" , ,       ,     ,,,        ii   i ' .   i i'i! IV     .MI       CINllilr. V'l,    I llfll'l'   ..u   mil pi M   Mint li,     i ir nr '  - i_i._.lir. m i . nm     n imu     hii      mioui'i     ."     >   ,n ■         _jl. _.«i__
_.  nii ehnins nnd  Porl  (.rah.'''.   ' V'   '!' ,.   t|,onoo   80 wost!    th io 80 ohnlns nortli:    th o   BO Entice Boulh  80 ehnins:     thenoe   enst   so to point of   commencement, contain-
halns west;      thenee   sn north;     Ihenco ''""'',,,,,'. 0M| to point elmins onst to point of oommonoomont, con- chalnsi  thonco norlh su ohnlns: tltenee west tnpr (j40 acres more or logs,
I'Oinl   of   eomnieneein.ut. elmins suulii;  ineuu   n    ,.,'..',,,,, .,„„„_ „,„r„ ininliii. l'..lu nnp-g  morn or less.   I'o.l   nmr,,- sii  elinlns   to   nolnl   of  oommonoement,    eon Altru.    litnnPTT
 uic     li ii   „,., .,,,,,,,.,,,,..., ,,4               (.enliiln ll" Iiiu  neres u,ore iiunini;   iiiu  aeres   niuie ui   iess.   : um   iniiis-    -"   inane,   u.   pi.nu   ui   . ..m.,,.,,..	
,,,,,              m,es more or less.    Post  ol commencement, column   .. c(| Q c v   N ,-      s                                        talnlng 040 uens more or l.ss.                        September 20, 191".
NWoOrnor,                                 or less.   PoBt mcrkod J jnHK M-toLlBAW. ■   (IJCHAI.D CHARLES  PEEL.     '                                     R0BERT  LAWLER.
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,    ,,,'.    "...n   iuhiuuii ,      ,,,,,, September '_".  I'.llll, Sept.  '_9,   1910, James  Peltry, agent      First Insertion nbove notices Nov. 19.
1  •  'J'". Seplember  10,   o""' I
FORT  GEORGE  LAND   DISTRICT
District of Carilioo
Take notice that Robert Michael
Burns, of South Port George, B. C,
occupation hotel-keeper, intends to
apply for permission to purcliase thc
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the S. E. corner of Lot 925, Cnriboo
district; thence west 20 chains;
theuce south 20 chains; more or less,
along the eastern boundary of Lot
753, to the Fraser river; tbencc in a
northeasterly direction following the
meanderings of the Fraser river to
point of commencement, containing
20 acres more or less.
ROBERT  MICHAEL BURNS.
December 21, 1910.
FORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Curiboo
Take notice thut Frederick Tazewell, of Bath, Somerset, Eng., occupation real estate dealer, intends
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post iilanted at
the S. E. corner of 1). L. 842; thence
south 48 cbains, more or less, to thc
northern boundary of D. L. 1709 ;
thence west 80 chains; thence north
48 chains, more or less, to thc S.W.
corner of D. L. 842; tbence east 80
chains to the point of commencement, and containing 380 ncres, more
or less.     FREDERICK TAZEWELL.
November 15, 1910.
FORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice that Stebbin Russell,
of London, E. C, Eng., occupation
solicitor, intends to apply for permission to purchase thc following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the N. E. corner of D. L. 842; thence
south 68 chains, more or less, to the
northern boundary of D. L. 1769 ;
thence cast 80 chains; thence north 70
chains, more or less, to the right
bank of the Lower Nechaco river;
thence following the meanderings of
the said river up stream, in a westerly direction to the point of commencement, and containing 480 acres,
more or less.
STEBBIN RUSSELL.
November 15, 1910.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice that Guy Bidwell, of
Bromley, Kent, Eng., occupation
gentleman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post plnnted on
the right bank of the Lower Nechaco
river, ahout 70 chains north of the
} post on the northern boundary of
D. L. 1755; thence south about 70
chains, to the northern boundary of
D. L, 1755; thence cast 80 chains ;
thence north about 20 chains to the
right bank of the I ower Nechaco river; thence following the meanderings
of the said rivir up stream in a
northwesterly diiection to point of
commencement, and containing 320
acres, more or less.
GUY  BIDWELL.
November 15, 1910.
FORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice that Henry Arnholtz,
of London, E, C, Eng., occupation
solicitor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the } post on the western boundary
of D. L. 841, thence west 80 chains ;
thence north 80 chains; thence east 10
chains, more or less, to the right
bank of the Lower Nechaco river ;
thence following thc meanderings of
the said river down stream in a
southeasterly direction to the N.W.
cornerof D. L. 841; thence south
about 25 chains to the point of commencement, and containing 440 acres
more or less.
HENRY ARNHOLTZ.
November 15, 1910.
FORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
District, of Cariboo
Take notice that Frederic Byrde,
of London, England, occupation mining engineer, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about ten chains west of the right
bank of the Lower Nechaco river and
about 80 chains west and 80 chains
north of thc } post on the western
boundary of D. L. 811; thence west
80 chains', tbencc south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; thence north
80 chains to point of commencement,
anil containing 610 acres, more or
less. FREDERIC  BYRDE.
November 15, 1910.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice thnt Frank Ernest
Graham Berry, of Vancouver, B. C,
occupation mining engineer, intends
to apply for permission to purchase
thc following described lands:
Commencing at a post olanted
ahout 70 chains west and 80 chains
north of the J post on the western
boundary of D. L. 841, on the right
hank of the Lower Nechaco river ;
thence west 60 chains; thence north
60 chains; thence east 60 chains,
more or less, to the right bank of
the Lower Nechaco river; thence following the meanderings of the said
river   down   stream   in   a southerly
irection to the point of commencement, and containing 480 acres, more
or less.
FRANK ERNEST GRAHAM BERRY
November 15, 1910.
i'b'Bi Insertion uln,ve notices Dee. 31,
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Cariboo.
Take notice that 1, Margerite
Brown, of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the
lollowing descriiicd Innus: Commencing at a post planted at thc northwest comer of Lot 1887; tiience 80
cbains south; thence 80 chains west;
thence 80 chains north; thence 80
chains east.
MARGERITE BROWN,
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. 27, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that James H. King,
of Cranbrook, B. 0., occupation physician, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the southwest corner of Lot 1890; thence 80 chains
south; thence 80 chains west; thence
80 chains north; thence 80 chains
eust.
JAMES  H.  KING,
Willinm West, agent.
Date, Jnn. 27, 1911.
FORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Frank W. Green,
of Cranbrook, B. C, occupution physician, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the southwest corner of Lot 1890; thence 80 chains
north; thence 80 chains west; thence
80 chains south; thence 80 chains
east.
FRANK W. GREEN.
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. 27, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that James Joyce,
of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation
lumberman, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following described lands' Commencing at a post planted at the southwest corner of Lot 1887; thenre 80
chains south; tbence 80 chains west;
thence 80 chains north; thence 80
chains east. JAMES  JOYCE.
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. 28, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Cariboo.
Take notice that Frederick W.
Lees, of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation physician, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted one mile west of the
southwest corner of Lot 18S7; thence
80 chains south; thence 80 chains
west; thence 80 chains north; thence
SO chains east.
FREDERICK W.  LEES,
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. 28, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Gordon Wright,
of Ottawa, Ont., occuiiation government official, intends to apply for
permission to purcliase the lollowing
described lands: Commonclng ut a
post planted at the northwest corner of D. L. 4366; thence east eighty
chains; thencc north 20 chains;
thence west 20 chains; thence north
about 20 chuins to tno Nechaco river; thence following thc meanderings
of the river up stream to point of
commencement.    GORDON   WRIGHT.
Date, Jan. 27, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Esden Erskine, of
Ottawa, Ont., occupation accountant,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted at the southeast corner of U. L.
4366; tlicnce east 40 chains; thenee
north SO chain..; thence west iorty
chains; thence soutl, 80 clinins to
point of commencement.
E3SDEN  ERSKINE.
Date, Jan. 28, 1911,
First insertion February 18.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Charl.-i Howard,
of Cranbrook, B. C, occuiiation ho-
telman, intends to apply Ior permission to purchase the following de-
seribed lands: Commencing at a
post planted one mile soutli of the
southeast corner or Lot 1607; thence
40 chains east; thence 80 chains
south; thence 40 chains west; thence
SO chains north.
CHARLES  HOWARD.
William West, agent.
Date, January 13th, 1911.
7oiTr~~GEORGl_ LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Dan Wright, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation axeman, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted at the S. W. corner of Lot 4363;
thence south 30 chains; thence cast
SO chains; tlicnce nortli 30 chains;
thenco west 80 chains, to point of
commencement, and containing 240
acres, more or less.
D.N WRIGHT.
December 27, 1910.
I.""'" (JElOROB LAND DISTI
District ol Cariboo
TAKE notice thnt Mac ii m,„
nttle. Wash., U.S.A., married v
lends to apply lor permission in
the lollowing described lands- ■',
at a post planted 4 miles' so„
soutii east corner ol Dot 17117 ,1..
40 eliains; thence went Nil chain,
north 4,1 chains; theuce easl so ',
point uf oommonoomont, oontnl
acres of .land.   M.It.C.'s N E oorne
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PEACE RIVER LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Frnnk Thorburn,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation seaman, intends to apply for permission
to purcliase the followiOg described
lands:
Commencing • at a post planted
about eleven and a half miles south
and seven miles west of the southeast corner of the Dominion reserve,
and about four miles in a westerly
direction from Swan Lake, and
marked F. T. N. W. corner; thence
east 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement, containing G40 acres
more or less.
FRANK THORBURN,
Jonathan Graham, agent.
Sept. 12, 1910.
First, insertion January 7.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Fikuzo K. Futa,
of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation
lumberman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted one mile south of the
southwest corner of Lot 1887, thence
80 chains south; thence 80 chains
west; thence 80 chains north; thence
80 chains.east.
FIKUZO K. FUTA.
William West, agent.
_ Date, Jan. 28, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that James Buchanan,
of Cranbrook, B.  C, occupation ho-
telman, intends to apply tor permission  to purchase  the  following    described    lands:     Commencing    at a
post planted two miles south of the
southwest corner of Lot 1890; thence
80    chains   south;    thence 80 chains
west; thence 80 chains north; thence
80 chains east. JAMES BUCHANAN.
W.  West, agent.
Date, Jan. 28, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice    that  James Mclnnis,
of Vancouver, B. 0., occupation   engineer, intends to apply for permission to purehase   the   following   described  lands:      Commencing    at    a
post planted two miles south of the
southwest coiner of Lot 1S37; thenco
40    chains    west;    thence   40 chains
soutli; thence 40 chains east;  thence
40 chains north.     JAMES McINNlS,
W.  West, agent.
Date, Jan. 28, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND D.'S'i RIC'i".
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that William I ahead
Rowatt, of Soutli Fort George, B. C.
occupation harness maker, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing at a post planted at the
southwest corner of Lot 1532; thence
eust 20 ehnins; tbence south eighty
eliains; thence west 20 chains; tbence
north 80 chains.
WILLIAM LOGHEAD ROWATT.
Date, P'cb. 4, 1.911.
FORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District, of Cariboo.
Take notice that Mrs. Albert Erskiue, of Ottawa, Ont., occupution
widow, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commeneing nt u
post plnnted at the northeast corner
of D. L. 4;llili; thenee east 40 chains;
thence nortii 40 chuins; thence west
40 chains; thence south 40 chains to
point of commencement.
MRS. ALBERT ERSKINE.
Date. Jnn. 28, 1911.
First insertion February IH.
FORT GEORGE LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Miiton A. Cory,
of Medecine Hat, Alta., occupation
mail clerk, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted three miles south of the
southeast corner of Lot 1884; thence
80 chains east; thence 40 chains
south; thence 80 chains west; thence
40 chains north.
MILTON A. CORY,
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. Hth, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that William West, of
Fort George, B. C.j occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands : Commencing at a post
planted two miles south of the S.E.
corner of Lot 18S4; thence 80 chains
east; thence 80 chains south; thence
80 chains west; thence 80 chains
north. WILLIAM WEST.
Date, January 13th, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Cariboo.
Take notice that Robert T. Alexander, of Fort George, occupation,
rancher, intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted 20 chains north from
the northwest corner of Lot 1576 ;
tbence south about 55 chains to N.
E. corner of Cora Dodd's purchase;
thence west 20 chains; thence north
ahout 55 chains; theuce east twenty
chains to point of commencement,
and containing 110 acres, more or
less.
ROBERT T. ALEXANDER.
Dec. 29th, 1910.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that George Bronson,
of Fernie, B. C, occupation lumberman, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted 2 miles south of the southeast
Cr. of Lot 1607; thence 80 chains
east; thence 40 chains south; thence
80 chains west; tl.ence 40 chains
north. GEORGE BRONSON,
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. 14th, 1911.
First pub. above notices Jan. 21.
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District of Cariboo
'I'AKE notice that Theodore Finn,,.
Seattle, Wash.. U.S.A., mining ..„'■'
tends to apply lor perniission lo ,
lhe following descrihed lunds: Conn
at n post planted at the north we6,
of Dot 1680, thenco north HI) chains'
west Sl) chains; thence soulh Sll ",.
thenco cast su ehnins to point (l|
nniii'cmcut, eoniuining (ill, acres ol
T.F.'b N E corner.
THEODORE  Ei.am
Nov. 28,  1910.        p. (i. B. Bodeker!
FORT CEORCE LAND  DISTRIC
District ol Cariboo
TAKE   notice   thnt  Esther   E lliimi
attic.  Wash.,   U.S.A.,  stenographer
to apply lor  permission to purchase |
lowing  descrihed  hinds:   Commoncli
post    planted    :i  miles south and
west of  the south eust corner of  I
thence south    4,1 chaius;      thencc
chains:  thenco north 4(1 ehnins;  u,,
SU eliains to  point of oommenci un
taining All) acres ol Innd.    E.E.'s
uer.                                  ESTHER El
Nov. :in,   l'JIO.        P. (!.  It.  It ,
FORT CEORCE I.AND DISTRICT'.
District of Garlboo
TAKE notice thnt John Thomns Ylill„r
.1,'.. ot Scuttle, Wash., I'.S.A.. real catate
agent, intonds to upply Ior prrini ,.„,| ',.
purchase the following doscribed lands'
Commeneing ut a post plant..1 |. m||B.'
south and 2 miles east ol the suuth east
corner of Lot 1707, thence, north in chain.'
llience eust Sii chains; thenee soutli ii
ehains; thence west Su chuins to point o|
oommoncoment, containing 320 acres el
lard.     J.T.M.'s  SE corner.
JOHN THOMAS MILDER, Jli
Nov. SO,   l'Jlu.        P. (1.  B. Bodeker, agent
FORT OEORilE LAND DISTRICT,
District of Cariboo
TAKE notice that Ann Mullen, nl Se
Wash., U.S.A., spinster, intends ,,, ;
Ior permission to purcliuse the lull;
described lands: Commeneing at n
planted A miles south and I mile en.
the south east corner of Lot I7ii", t
north so chains; thence west So ch
thence south su chains: thence, east „0c
to point of commencement, containing
acres ol bind.    A.M.'s S E corner.
ANN  Mil,I
Nov. :lo,  lllln.        P. 0. II. 'Bodoker,
ililc.
M'lJy
iwing
post
it ol
hence
ttlns;
liains
Me,
EN,
a Kent
FORT GKORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Robert L. Morrow, of Cranbrook, II. C, intends to
apply for permission to purchase thc
following described lands: Commencing at a post planted two miles
south of the southeast corner of Lot
188-1; thenco 40 chains west; tbence
80 chains south; thence 40 chains
east; thence .0 chains north.
ROBERT L. MORROW,
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. 15th, 1011.
FORT  GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Joseph S. Dowe,
of Cranbrook, B. O., occupation laborer, intends to apply for permia-
sion to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the Si ... Cr. of Lot
1607; .hence 40 chains cast ; thence
80 chains south; tbence 40 chains
west; tbencc 80 chains north.
JOSEPH  S.  DOWE,
William West, agent.
Date, January 13th, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cnriboo.
Take notice   that   Stewart Brock,
of Cranbrook, B.  C,  hotelman,    intends to npply for permission to purchase  the  following  described   lnnds:
Commencing at a post planted three
miles south of the southeast corner
of Lot 1884; thence 40 chains west ;
thence   40   chains   south; thence    40
chains east; tbonce 40 chains north.
STEWART  BROCK,
William West, agent.
Date,  Jan. Kith, 1911.
PEACE  RIVER LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Amy Kilmer, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation married woman, intends to apply for
permission to purchase thc following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about 24 miles west and one mile
south of the southeast corner of the
Dominion Government reserve, in the
vicinity of Cut Bank river, a tributary of Pine river, and marked A.K.
N. W. corner; thence south 80 chains
thence east 80 chains; thence north
80 chains; thence west 80 chains to
thc point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
AMY KILMER,
William Radley, ..gent.
Sept. 16, 1010,	
First publication Jan. 7.
FORT CEORCE LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo
TAKE notice that Robert Evans, of Seattle, Wash., I'.S.A., salesninn, intends to
upply for permission to purchase thc following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted A miles south and ll miles
west of tue south cast corner ol Lot 1707,
thenco north hii chr'ns; thence east 80
chains; tnence south . ehnins: thence wost
Sn chains to point of oommonoomont, containing (iln acres of land: R.E. SW cor
ner. ROBERT EVANS.
Nov. BO, l'Jlu.       p, (!. p. liodeltor, a.onl
Finn' ".'.'ni.liE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cnriboo
TAKE notiee that Oeorge Scoblo, of Seattle, Wash., U.S.A., accountant, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the lollowing descrihed lande: Commencing at. a
posi planted Ij miles soulh and 2 miles
eust of the south enst corner of Lot IVIW,
thence nortii 40 ehnins: tiience west 80
eliains; thenco soulh lu .halns; lience enst
Sn chailis to poinl of c.-im.nc-motit, containing 320 ncres of innd.
QI-OUCU- SOOBIE.
Nov. 30,   1910.        P. (I,  It.   Bodeker, agent
FORT OEOROE LAND DISTRIOT.
Distrlrt of Cariboo
TAKE nolice thnt Mark .luild, of Seattle.
Wash.. U.S.A., lumberman, intends to upply fof permission to purehase too following doscribed bind.: Commencing at a post
punted s miles south nnd IS miles west of
the south east corner of Lot 17117, thencc
north sn ohalns ; theuee west W ohalns ;
thenre south SU chuins : thonco oust 80
eliains to poln, of oommonoement, eontaining  li.()  acres  of  land,    M.J.'s  S E corner.
MARK   .IIIIID.
Nov. 30,   1910,        P. 0,  B.  llodeker, agent
FORT OEOROE I.AND DISTHICT.
District ol Cariboo
TAKE notice thnt Eva Mae Fletcher, ol
Seattle, Wash., U.S.A., married women, intends to apply for permission to pur..'t_ns
the following descrihed lnnds: Conimencing
at a post planted ahout 3 miles south an.
one mile east of the soutii east corner ol
Lot 17(17, thencc south 80 ohains ; thonce
east 8U chains: tlicnce north So ehains:
thencc west 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 840 acres. B.M.F.'a SW
corner. EVA   MAE  FLETCHER.
Nov. 30,  8910. P.  (i.  II.  llodeker, agent
FORT CEORCE LANH DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo
TAKE notice that Oeorge 11. Baker ol Seattle, Wash., U.S.A., real estate ngent, intends to apply for permission to purchnse
the following descrihed lands: Commencing
at n post planted A miles south nnd 11
miles west ol the south east corner ol Lot
1707, thencc south 40 chains; thence cast SO
chains:  thence  north 40 chains;   thei  wcsl
SO chains to point of commencement, containing 320 acres of laud. O.B.B.'s NW
corner. OEOROE 11. BAKER.
Nov. Ad.  1910,        p.  (!.  II, Bodeker, agent
FORT GEORGE LAND  DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  that   Evn   Wagner,  of Scuttle,  Wash.,  U.S.A., stenographer,  int. nils to
apply for permission to purchase the lollowing described  lands:   Commencing at a post
plnnted    4    miles south nnd 1   mile eust ol
the  south cast  corner of  Lot   l.ti.',   thence
north    SO   chains;      thence east 80 eliains;
thence    south    so   chains;  thence   wist   Hit
chains   to  point   ol  commencement,  containing 640 ncres of land.   E.W.'s SW conn r.
EVA  WAGNER.
Nov., :iu,  10IO.        V. 6. B. Bodokor, ngenl
FORT OEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
Districl of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice that Lloyd Hal. Wood,,',, ol
Seattle, Wash., tlvil engineer, intends to op-
ply for permission to purchnse the follnwuit
described binds: Commencing at u post
plnnled nbout 3 miles south and one milo
enst of the south cast corner of Lot 1767,
thence soulh SO chains; thencc west so
elmins; thencc norlh SO chains; thenee call
80 chains to point of oommenoement, contnining (i'lu acres,    UD.W.'s \' E corner.
LLOYD  HAL.  WO0D.N1 P.
Nov. 30,  I'.HU.        P. G. 11.  llodeker. agenl
FORT OEORGE  LAND DISTRIC
District of Cnriboo.
TAKE notice that .lohn Joseph Dm
Seattle,   Wash.,   U.S.A.,   telegraph   ll,
intends to apply   for permission  to p
the  following desoribed lands:    Com,
nt  a    post    planled  A  miles  south
south east corner ol Lot   1707,  tlieiu''
so chains:      thenee  west   .0 chains;
norlh  HU clinins;   thenee cast 40   elm
poini of oommoncoment, containing
res  of hind.    ,I..I.D,s  N E corner.
JOHN'  .IOSEI'11  HI
Nov. 30,   Hun.        p. G,  ll.  Bodokc,
inc. ol
nnngcr,
urchnM
ni'iicinj
ul   tin
mil1,
ihenM
11,4      ,0
SN'lv
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Cariboo.
Take notice that Thomas Ro'ss, of
Fernie, II. C, occupation lumberman
Intends to apply for permission to
purchnse the foliuwing described
Hinds: C.imnicncing at a pout planted 3 miles smith of the southeast
Cr. of Lot 1600; thence 80 ehnins
east; theuee 40 clmins soutli; thencc
SO ehains west; thenre 40 chains
north. THOMAS  ROSS.
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. Hth, 1911,
First publication Jan. 21.
FORT OEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cnrihoo.
TAKE notiee thai John S. I'erkv, ol Seattle, Wash,, U.S.A., real estate agenl. intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following doHorlbnd lands: Commonoing
at a pout planled at Hie south east corner
ol Lot I..S7, thonoo north su oliains; thenco
enst Ho eliuins; Ihenee south 80 chains :
llience west H<» chuins to point of oommenoement, containing (il'l ncres ol bind.
.I.S.P.'s S W coiner.
.11,ON S. PERKY.
Nov. 2S,  1010. p. (1. B, llodeker, agent
FORT GEORGE LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Curiboo
TAKE notice thut Harry J. Crowe ol
attic,  Wash.,  U.S.A.,  ninnufacturer.  hit
to apply  for permission to purchase the
lowing described  lands:    Commencing   "
post plnnted 3 miles south of thc south
corner of  Lot.  1707 thence north  Si, .'In
thenee   west   40   chains;      thenoe   BOUth
eliains;  thenco  cast 40 chains  to  I oint
commencement,   ll. ,1, O.'s S E cornei'.
HARRY  .1. OK"''
Nov. 110,   lillu.
Send
Iol-
n
■nit
lins:
80
ol
13,
FORT GEORGE • AND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE notiee Hint Mary Eiti Litnlmisohln-
ger, of Senile, Wash., U.S.A.. mnrriod woman, intonds to apply for permission to
purohase die lollowing dosorlbed lnnds:
Commenolng nt a post planled 4 Inilos south
of the Bouth nasi oornor ol Lot 17U7, thonoe
south 4u eliiiiin:; thonoo en; I SO eliuins;
thenee north 40 ehnins; Ihenee west SO
clmins to poini of oommonoomont, oontalnlng 320 acres i,i Innd.
MARY   ELLA   LANTENSOIILAGEIl.
Nov.  Su,   I'.Hn.        p. (!.  p.   llodeker, agent
First Insortion ubuvi. notloos Decombor _.,
CARIBOO LAND DISTRICT.
District of Fort George.
TAKE notice thut Conrad Danielsen, »'
Victoria, B.C., sea captain, intends to "I'I"'
lor permission to purchnse the folio*™
described lands: Commencing at '' I'"',.
Planted in the middle ol the norlh boon"
arv of M. Ingram's nppllrntlon to I"1"'"'1.'J
thencu  2n  elmins   south;    theuee   tfl   cluu»
west  to  a  point  due  south  of  south
corner ol  Loi   8:18;   thonoo north  70
lo  right  hank     of     Lower  Neehueo   IO
ast
'hall,*
Ihenee menndering nlong  right  hank "I J"
river down siream lo tlle north wesi '" '
of    M.  Ingram's    application to l1"
thenee soutli  all chains   to south  wcsl
ne,' of snid  application   to  purchase;  in
ensl.  40  elmins   to poinl.  ol  commoner-,!'
nnd containing   l('„", ucres more or less.
CONRAD PAKIKI>bN
__0.v---__j_'   l!)_."-_       Anl" Dll"1'--    ■--
First insortion abovo notices Dcocmbor 2_ ZZZs RIVER LAND  DISTR1CT.
1 LAL    niiiiii't of Car boo.
1      ..      that     Jack     Sweet
TAKE     n0"?a    b     a,      occupation
"i      Va"CU|, tends       to       apply       to
Lawyer,      >""- ;^chuse    the toilowing
i"11"1"""  i,,„is   commencing at a poal commencing at a post planted
described la''asj^t     ,lM WBSt and one
,nf the southeast  corner  ol
on Government Iteserve   and
north   ot   the   Upper
and inarked  "J.  S.,
east   SO   chains,
, enains,  tnence west su
.  norlh   SU  chains   to  the
i'i
nllu
Kiver,
llience
,mm.ncement, containing 640
™ ,,,_,.      JACK SWJW-T.
.......ti.i.i. (iruliuui. Agent.
Jonathan Grulium,
1910.
UIVER LAND  DISTRICT.
nistrlct of Curiboo.
■itice that Eva Elliott of Van-
C   occupation Stenographer,
• ijuls  for permission to pur-
' loiiuwlns    desoribed    kinds;
.   m   a  nost  plantod  auout
hull   miles  soutn  and  nino
.,   ,.,'   in,   southeast  corner  ol
'...p Government Reserve, and
iniiee In a westerly direction
purti, end oi  Swan LaKe, and
,     n,  W.  oorner,"  thenoe
",,,,..',' thence south  Sll  chains,
..I ,•■uiios,  thence nortl,  SU
;,,   point  of contmenoemont
ll, i acreB more or less,
EVA   EU.HiTT,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
PEACE  RIVEK LAND  DISTHICT,
Distriot of Carlbo.u.
TAKE noUce lliut Alviif Grant of
Vuncouver, IS. C, occupution Engraver,
intends to apply for iJei'iiiission to purchaso     the     lullowing  descrioed   lands:
llJUUl   --
miles west und one mile suutn oi tho
soiitneust corner ot the Domihlon Government Keserve, in tne vicinity ot cut
bank Itiver, u trioutury ol 1'ino itiver,
un.I nmrkeil a G., .\. E. corner,"
tnence soutu so chains, tuejiue west su
cuius, thence north tu onains, tnoiice
eust su chains iu tne point ui eommencement oontalnlng ihu ucres moro
or   Jess,
ALVIN   GRANT,
Willlum Kudley,  Agent,
Bept, ltith, loio.
ii an.
m;i-
PBACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRIC'-
Districl of Cariboo
TAKE notice that Alexin,d
of Vaneouver, B. C, oceup.u
neer, intends to apply for pern
to purchase the Hollowing uescrioeu
lunds: Commencing at a pust planteu
about eighteen miles west and lour
miles south of the southeast corner 01
the Dominion Government Keserve and
marked "A.S., N.E. corner," thence west
SU chuins, tiience soutii 80 chuins, tbence
eust SU chains .thence north SU enaius
lo the point of commencement, containing 610 acres more or less.
ALEXANDER  SMITH,
Jonathan Graham, Alien,
Sept. 6th, 1910.
PEACE RIVER LAN© DISTRICT.        PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo, District of Cariboo.
TAKE notioe that Johanna Sutherland      TAKE   notice   that   Herbert   Edward
ol   Vancouver,  He, occupation Married Read,  of   Vancouver,   B.   C,   occupation
woman, intends to apply for permission Steward, intends to apply for permission
to  pufohase     the   following    descrioed to  purcliase    the    following    describeu
lands:    Commencing  at  a post planted lands:   Commencing  at   a   post  planted
about nine and a half miles soutii and about twenty miles west .and six miles
nine miles west of the southeast corner soutli  of the  southeast  corner  of    tne
1910,
i,l\ bit
, llstrict
w
.AND DISTRICT.
t Cariboo.
ihai     Vuneu   Cline   ot
, occupation   Machinist,
for permission  to purging    desoribed   lanus;
a   post   piunted   uOool
ist and eight miles soum
sl corner of the Dominion
eserve, in  the vicinity oi
, ,,  a   tnOulury   ut     i'lne
iked "V. C, .N.E. corner,
iu chains, tbence west su
north so chains, (hence
.-   to   the  point   of   coin-
iiilainlng   OIU   ucres   more
VANCE  CLINc
juiialhan Grulium, Agent.
i'EACE RIVER LA.N'D DISTRICT.
District of Curiboo.
'I'AKE notice that Miciiael Mulrony,
of Vuncouver, B. C, occupution wireless Operator, Inteiius lo upply for pcrinlssion lo purchaso Hie following ue-
scrioed lanus: Commencing ut a post
piuiiieu uooul elgnteen nines west ami
lour miles suutn of tiie soutlieast conicr
of tiio Dominion Government iteserve,
in u,u vicinily of cut iiaiil. River, u
tributary ot i'lne River, una njarkeu
' iu._i., .n.\i. oorner, tnence eust tu
cnuins, inence soutii su chains, Uieuce
west SU counts, llience nui'iii su enains
to tne point oi commencement, containing  olu  ucres  more ur  iess.
MICHAEL   __.ULRU.N_,
Jonuuiuu Qraham, Agent.
Sept.   OH,,   1SI10.
PlY
l\ EH LAND DISTHICT.
,, i. t of Cariboo,
ci thai Herbert Hold,,son
ruy, occupation Merchant,
, .. ,ur perniission to porno- .io; deacrlbed lands:
at a post planted about
ive.l and two miles south
..-i i orner of the Dun,,,flu,,
in . 11 ii, in the vicinity of
.tr,   a   trlbutury    of    i'lne
 i   "11. K, N.E. corner,"
.0 enains,  thenco west su
•   I,ui in  su  chains,   thence
to  the  point   of   com-
nlalnlng   U10   ucres   more
i.l.l'.l.lil'
U iijiain
11)10.
ROBINSON.
Rudley, Agent,
;   LA.ND   DISTRICT.
i ut Cariboo.
nal  Allied  Grul,uo,   of
occupation Broker, iuur permission to purlin, described lands.
a pusi piunted about
and iwo miles south
. oi mi oi the Dominion
im, in the viciniiy oi
, a tributary ot Pine
.1 "A. G., N.E. corner,"
chains, thenoe wesi su
orth 60 chains, llience
u the point of coin-
ulnlng   lilu   acres   more
1.1'KED GRAHAM.
...no   Rudley,   Agent
I.AND  DISTRICT.
of Caribuo.
i Benjamin Sharpe of
.oupatlon Accountant,
a  permission to pur-
p.    described    lands:
pust piunted aliuilt
and iwo miles south
i. ner of the Dominion
..-, in the vicinity of
,. tributary of i ine
, "B. S„ S.E. corner,
inins, tiience west SU
lib   SU   chains,   thence
the   point  ot   com-
[dug   0.0   acres   moro
ACE nl.i'.K LA.ND DiSi'itiCT.
Dlslriel oi Curiboo.
TAKE nutiee tout Agnes Douglas 01
\ ui.couver,H.C..occupation .Nurse, inien.i..
,.' apply ior pciuiission to purcnase tin
luliuwing uchciiucu lands: commenoing
in a post planted auout eignieen mileu
west unu eignt miles soutii ul ine suuui-
eusi cuiiiL-i o, Uic nonunion uu. em-
mem i.eseiuf, in the vicinity ul cui
Haul, iiivei, u inouiury ol Pine River,
uud marked 'a, D., b.M. corner,'' tnence
nortii _u ciiuins, tbence eust su enains,
tnence soutu Su ciiuin„, tneuce west tu
cnalnB io ine point oi commencement,
containing  oiu acres more or iess,
AGNj'.S  douglas.
Jonulnuu Giuliuin, Agent.
Sept. 6th, 1910.
i'EACE  i.l.i.u  L.V.4D   ui_.ii;,i.i.
District ui cariooo.
TAKE nonce that Duiio ..limit o,
Vancouver, is. c, occupa'iiun Marrieu
Woman, niienus lu apply iur permission
iu purcnase tne iu,lowing uesenueu
luii.is.    cuinweuoing .,i a pust pituiieu
uooul   elriiil   mile.    Wesi   ..nu   two   miles
soutii   ui   iiie   soulueUM   curjjer   u,      tue
i .u,i.i,nun   Government   Reserve,      auu
i'uuui   iuur   miles   nortli   ul.   the   I pper
Pouce Coupe itiver, anu  inui'Keu     ...  ...
iN.oi., corner, tnence wesi ._ cnuins,
tneuce soum Se onains, inence eusi _«.
chains, mence uoi-tii tu cnuins iu ine
poi,u ui coiuii.elicciuei.l, unu cuutuiliilig
uiu  acres mule or less.
EDi'i'il ALDl i i',
Jonatiian uiunaui, Agent
Sept. Uth, 1U10.
PEACE  RIVEK  Ea.nii   DISTRICT.
PlStl let ul  i_ai luuu.
TaKE noiice that vvuiter, cnristie ui
Vanoouver, b, c„ uccupaiion Gentleman,
inteiius lo UpiU ior permission iu pur-
cuusc tne following ue_ciiueu lands:
Commencing ui a pusi planteu uoum _i
miles west auu.iwu nine., suulii ui lue
suutiieast cuinei ui lue iiuuunlun uuv-
erinueiH iteaei-ve, ui ii.c vicinity ui uui
Duiik River, a ti'iuuiuij ui i'me i.iver,
unu inuri.eu W. C, .n. \ \. corner,
luence suuin sv enaius, thence east _U
cnuins, tnence nol tu .0 cnuins, tiience
west _u enains iu tue punn ui commencement containing Oio ucres more
ur  less.
WALTER   CHRISTIE,
Willlum Radley, Agent.
Sept   lOlh,  l'Jlu.
PEACE   RIVER   LA.ND   DISTRICI.
District of  Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  that  David  .VlcCulg,  o,
Vuncouver, IS. C, occupation Engineer,
intends lo apply for permission to purcnase   the   following     described   lands:
Comnieneing   at   a   post   planted   about
eighteen   miles     west  and  four  miles
south   of   the   southeast  corner  of   tne
Dominion    Government      Reserve     and
marked   "D.M.,     S.W.     corner,"   thence
north  SO chains,  thence easl su chains,
thencc soutii  SO cnuins, thence west su
chains to tne point of commencement,
containing  (HO acres  more ur less,
DAVID  .VlcCAlG.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. Oth, 1910.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District  of  Caribuu.
TAKE   notiee   thai   Duvid   B,   Martin,
of Vuncouver, B.C., occupation Engineer,
intends to upply Ior perniission tu purchaso    the    lullowing    descrioed   lanus:
Commencing  at   a  post   planted    ubuul
elgnteen   miles   west   and   lour   miles
soiith  of tne southeast corner of    the
Dominion   Government     Reserve     anu
marked   "D.B.M.,   S.E.   corner,"     thence
west su chains, thence north su chains,
tnence east.  So  onains,   tnence south  Se
chains  io the point uf commencement,
containing tiio ucres  more ur less.
DAN ID   IS.   MARTIN.
Junatlian Graliam, .Agent.
Sept.  Olli,  1010.
1 the Dominion Government Reserve,
and about six miles in a westerly direction from the north end of Swan
Lake, and marked "J. S., S.W. corner,'
■ north Su chains, thenee east so
., tiience soutl, SO chains, tiience
west SO chuins to the point of commencement, contuining .40 acres moru
or less.      JOHANNA SUTHERLAND.
Sept.  12th, loi..0"11""1" Ura"am' Am>L
thenci
chalni
EACE
RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notiee that Charles Ludhope of
vaneouver, B.C., occupation Printer, in-
lends  to apply  for  permission   to  purchase   the   lolluwins    described    lands:
Coi dicing   ut   a   pust   planted   abuut
twenty miles west aud twu miles soutii
ui the southeast curner of lhe Dominion
Government Reserve, in the vicinity of
Cut Bank River, a tributary uf pine
Rlllpr, and murked "C. L„ S.W. curlier,"
thence north SO chains, thence eust SO
chains, thence south SO chuins, thence
west su chuins to the point of commencement, containing OIU acres mure
or less. i
CHARLES   LUDIiOI'E.
Williaiu Radley, Agent.
Sept.  10th,  l'JIO.
;ac
lain   I
niis_.ii,
crlued
Planted
Hies .
tin- ,iu i
'.uiiir
i^lu.
MIN  SHARPE.
i   Rudley,   Agenl.
. \.ND  DISTRICT.
Cariboo.
n    Arthur    George
ver,   B.   C,   uccupu-
lo upply fur per-
the lullowing des-
l,lencing ut a pust
niles west and twu
southeast corner of
anient Reserve, and
orth   uf,  the   Upper
Mid marked "A.G.M.,
e   west   SU   chains,
ins,   Ihenee  east   SU
■  mi oliains to ihe
nent, containing ulu
ICE   MITCHELL,
ban Gruhnin, Agenl.
"N SH   LA.ND  DISTRICT.
""'"' i ui Caribuu.
■''• tlmt  Harry  Hart   Wells
'   •   U.C,   occupation   Gentle-
'" apply ,ur permission to
lollowing described  lands.
m   a   pust   planted   about
»'i "I   and   iuur 'milea  south
'■■'.! corner ol the Dominion
jtesorvo,     anu   about   six
".' Swan Lake, and marked
"    IV,  curner,"   tltenee  east
llnnee    nurth    SU    chains,
o chains,   tbence suuth SO
'eiiiuiiii'iu. V'l'ii ,,lu'"1 of oommenoement
'- no acre- more or less.
HAM.-   HART   WELLS.
"Hatha,, -rnpuiu, Agent.
PEAOE   KIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
1'isli let of Cariboo.
TAKE nonce mat Olive LeRoy Perry
ui Vancouver, B.C., occupation Clerk,
inieiius iu apply ior permission tu purchase the lullowing descrioed lunds:
i.',inline,icing at u post piunted aoout
one mile soutii and one mile west oi the
southeast corner oi the Dominion Government Reserve, and ultuut nine miles
north of Hie nurlli end Of Swun LaKe,
and marked "0. L. p., s.W. curner,
thenoe north su chains, tiience eust su
counts, tnence soutii SO eliuins, thence
wesi _o cams lo the puint uf commencement, containing G.o ucres mure
or less.
OLIVE LcllO-   PERRY,
Juiiuiniin Graham, Agent.
Sept.   16th,  1010.
PEACO   RIVEK   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice thai Solomon llirsch-
berg ui Vancouver, B, C, oecupuilon
optician, intends to upply lor permission
tu pureiiase me luliuwing described
lunus: Cuni,0cue,ng al u pust planled
about ten und a unit miles south and
six mlles wesi ui the soulueust curner
ui Hie Dominion Government Reserve,
m the vicinity ul swun Lake, and
marked "8. 11., S.E. corner,' thenee west
_u OhalnB, thenco north SU chuins, thenee
eust SU eliuins, thence south SO chains
to the point ul commencement, containing   Ulu  ucres more or less.
SOLOMON  IHHSCllHEKG.
Jonathan Qraham, Agent.
Sepl.   tilth,  1010.
PEACE  -UVitK DA.ND DISTRICT.
District uf Canuuu.
TAKE notice mat Cyril Ames oi Vancuuver, is.*j., occupation Cieiw, intends
tu uppty lor permission lu purcliase lue
Lollowing uescriDed lanus. Commencing
at a pu_i plauted ubouL fourteen miles
wesi unu une mile suutli ol ine suu.n-
eusi corner ui ine iJuuniiiuu Government
iteserve', ana uijuui iuur miles lluiiu ut
me Upper Puuee Cuupe ivlver, .41..
ii,ur„eu "C A., s.i\. corner," tnence
ca_i _u cnuins, thence norm SU enaius,
iiiLiiee West _u eouni-, tnence soulh .u
enains lu ine puiui uf commencement,
containing ihu ucies more or less,
Ci-'RiL A_dE-i.
Jonathan uranam, Agent.
•Sepl. lltli, lillu.
Pi_AC__   tUVi-K   i_A.NL.   uiSlRiCi.
uistricl ui Cariooo,
TAKE notice mat Peier juc.sun ut
Vancouver, U.C, uecupuuun _uarme __n-
g.neei, niienus Lu apply ior permission
iu purcnase rue luiiuwuig uesenueu
luiiua; commencing ui u pusi planteu
auuut twent) mile- west auu four miles
_uuin ut me suuLueusi curner ui lue
uominlon Government Reserve^ and
uiarKed P. J.. S.W. coiner,'1 uic.e.-
east Su chuins, Llience north SU chains,
iiie,lee we. l .. enains, tnence soutii SU
enains 10 me point of Commencement,
euuLuiiimg  O-tr* acres  more or less.
PET_.il  JACi-oO...
Jonathan Granum, Agent
Sept. -Hi, 1010.
PEACE iU.r.R  LA.ND  DISTRICT.
Districl ul Cariboo.
T.-KE notice tout W Hiiaiu Gundy oi
Vanoouver, u.C, occupation Gentleman,
Intends tu apply ior permission tu purcnase tiie lullowing desciioed lunus:
Commencing ut u pust plumed auoul
lliree miles west und two miles suulii of
tne suutueusi corner of the Dunninun
Government Reserve, und ubuui eigut
miles nortii 01 Swan La,.e, and inaineu
"W. G., .N. VV. corner," meuce soum su
Cuius, ihenee easl tu counts, tnence
nortn su cnuins, tnence wet,i tu enains
to tne puint ui commencoment containing  OIU acres mure or less,
WILE1A4U OI..IH,
Jonatiiun Graham, ngent,
Sepl.   16th,   101U.
I'EACE   RIVER   LA.ND   HiSiiii-i.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE nonce that Murray Jolui-ione,
of \ ancouver, B.C., occupation Mariner,
intends to upply iur permission to purcnaso Hie following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted uooul
twenty miles west uud lour miles suulii
ui lue southeast cui ner of llle Dunn,nun
Government Reserve, and marked ' .vi.J.,
•vl., corner," thence suum so cnuins,
thence west so chains, tiience nurth su
cnuins, tnence east SU enains 10 tue
point ui commencement, contuining oiu
acres mure or less.
MURRAY  JOHNSTONE.
Jonulnuu Grulium, agent,
1010.
RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
District uf Cariboo.
TAKE notice lhat Richard Henry
McMillan of Vanoouver, is. c, occupation Printer, intends to upply for permission lu purchase Hie iu,lowing described lands: Commenoing ut a post
planted auoul three miles soutli and one
mile west uf the soutlieast corner of the Ct)t Dunk River,
Dominiun Government Reserve, and
abuut seven miles nortli of Swan Luke,
and marked "R. H. M., N.W. curner,''
thence east SO chains, tiience south SO
chuins, llience west SO chuins, tiience
norm so ohalnB to Hie point of com-
meiicement, containing 040 acres more
or less.
RICHARD HENRY  McMILLAN.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sepl.  16th,  1010.
Duininion Guvernmeiit Reserve, and
marked "H.E.R., !..w. corner," tnence
east SO chains, thence nortii Su chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence soutii su
chains to the point of commencement,
containing 6-0 acres more or less.
HERBERT   EDWARD   READ.
Jonathan Graham, Agent,
Sept. 5th, 1010.
PEACE  RIVER LAND  DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Curiboo.
T..KE notiee that Frank Harris of
Vanoouver, IS. C, occupation Reporter,
intends tu upply for permission lo purchase the lollowing descrioed lunds:
Conimencing at a post piunted ubout *i4
miles west and one miie suulii uf the
suutheast curner of the Dominion Government Reserve, in tbe vicinity of Cut
Bunk Kiver, a tributary of Pine River,
and marked "F. ii., S. W. corner,"
thenee north SO chuins, tiience cast SO
Oliains, thence south SO eliuins, tnence
west SO eliains to thu point of commencement containing 010 acres more
or less.
FRANK  KARRIS,
William   Kudley,   Agent.
Sept.   10th,   1010.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Hurry Grim,ner of
Vancuuver, IS. C, uccupatiun Gentleman,
Intends tu apply ior permission to purchase Hie following desorijjed lunus:
Commencing at a post planted auout
11 l-_ miles west und 1_ miles soutii of
tne suutueusi curner of the Dominion
Government Reserve, in the vicinity of
tributary uf Pine
Kiver, und murked "H. G., N. E. curner,"
ihenee suulh Su chains, thence wesL su
enains, tiience north SO chains, tiience
east SO eliuins Lo the point of commencement euntuiuiiig 040 ucres more
or less.
HARRY   GRKYLUEK,
William  Kudley,   Agent.
Sept,  17th,  1010.
PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  that Andrew  Thorburn  intends to apply for permission to pur
ul Vuncouver, B. C, uccupatiun Seaman,
PEACE  RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Caribou.
TAKE   notice   that   William  Mair  ol
Vancuuver,   B.C.,   oecupatiun   Mechanic,
intends lu apply ior perniission tu purchase tne toilowing' desci.licd lanus:
Commencing ut a post planted about
eleven and a half miles suutli and seven
miles west of the southeast eorneiyui
lue Duminlun Government Reserve, anu
auout l'uur miles in a westerly direction
from tiwan Lake, and marked "•_'. T., N.
VV. corner," tnence east SO cnuins,
tiience souln SU enains, tiience west Su
cnuins, thence nortli SO enains 10 the
point of commencement, containing oiu
acres more or less.
ANDREW   THORBURN.
Jonathan Granum, Agent.
Sept.  l.th,  1010.
chase the following descrioed lands:
Conimencing at a post piunted auout
eignt anu a half miles suutli and ten
miles west of the southeast corner ol
the Dominion Government iteserve, and
aoout seven miles in a nurtnwesterly
direction irom Swan Lane, and markeu
' W. M., S.E. corner," uieiice norm SO
ehains, thence west SO enains, tnence
soutii So enains, theuce eu_t so chains
lo the point oi coiumeuCeineiit, containing Olu  acres  more or less.
WlLLiAiVl MAiR.
Jonathan Granani, Agent.
Sept. 13th, 1910.
I'EACE  RIVER LA.ND  DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Ala James Willis
of Vancouver, B.C, occupation Clerk, intends to apply for permi_sion to purehase Hie lollowing uescribed lands: plumed aoout
Commencing at a post planted uooul
three miles south and one mile west 01
the soutneast corner uf the Doiuiuiuu
Government Reserve, and ubuui seven
miles norlh 01 Swun Lake, and marked
"A. J. W',, N.E. curner," tnence west su
eliuins, tiience soutli SU chains, tiience
easl SU cuams, llience nortli SU cnuins
to tiie point of commencement, con-
taihlng oiu acres more ur less.
ALA JAMDS   W 1LL1S.
Jonathan Grul,am, .Agent.
Sept. 15th, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER LA.ND  DISTRICT.
District ot Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Amy Kilmer of
Vuncouver, B. C, oecupatiun .Hurried
Woman, intends to apply iur permission iu purcnase Hie loiluwing uescribed lunus: Cumnieiiciug ul a pust
2. nines west una one
mile BOUth oi Hie suumeast enrner ui
the Duininiun Guvermiieiit iveseive, in
tne vicinity ui Cut Dam. itiver, a li'iuu-
lury 01 Pine Rivei, unu niui'i.eu "a. i_„
.N. W. corner," tneuce suulii ou enaius,
thence easl SO cnuins, luence noi tn tu
cnuins, tneuce west su cnuins to tue
point of commencement cuuiuiiiiug uiu
acres   11101 e  ur  less.
AMI   KILaIER,
William 1-u.uiey, Agent.
Sept. 17th, 1010.
PEACE RIVER LA.ND DISTRICT.
District of Caribuo.
TAKE notice tiiat Duvid Dazier ut
Vancouver, B.C., occupation Physician,
iniends to apply for permission to purchase Hie following described lunus:
Commencing ut a posi plumed about
nine and a half miles suuth und nine
miles west of the southeast curner uf
the Dominion Government Reserve, anu
ubuui six miles in a westerly direction
irom the north end of Swan Luue, anu
marked "D. L., S.E. curner," tnence west
.0 chains, thence nortii SO chums, theuce
east SO chains, thence soutii Su enains
to tlle puint 01 commencement, containing 64U ucres  mure or less,
DAVID LASHER.
Jonathan Graham, Agent,
Sept. 12th, 1910.
PEACE   RIVER LAiND  DiB'i'iUCX.
District ot Cariuuo.
TAKE nuiice lliut i-iiimer_on Grunt
ui Vancouver, is. c, uecupauuii Machinist, inteiius lu apply ior penuissiuu lu
purcnase tne fulluwing desciiueu iuuus.
Commencing ut a pusi planted auuut __
miles West and onu nine soutii ui Hie
southeast corner 01 me Dominion Government Reserve, in tlle viciiiu> ol out
cuuk River, a tributary oi Pine itiver,
and marked "IS. G., iN. W. corner,"
tnence suutn su chains, tn.uce east _u
enains, llience nurlli Su cnuins, tnence
west su cnuins to Hie poini oi commencement containing 04u ucres more
or less.
EiVLUERSON   GRANT,
William liauley, Agent.
Sept.  16th,  101U.
PE
unit.,
b   II
fcpt 1
PE-
1UIU,
,■: 1
, I'AK
J"l)„s((
A. M£r
''Howl-.
lb
«mt
nii..'. .   LA'NL> DISTRICT.
"sin.t ot Cariboo,
'otlce  that    Bessie    Coleman
\anoouver, b. c, oeeupn-
M'lnao,  intends  to  apply
,,, _   ,, l.     I'urcUuse     the
"escribed      lands:       Coin-
post        planted Vuncouver
\CE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Disirlct of Curibuu.
TAKE notice that Edith Henrietta
Gardner of \ aucuiiver, B. ''., oooupatlon
Spinster, iniends tv, upply iur permission to purchase the tuiluwjng described lands: Commencing at a pusi planted about twenty miles wost
und two miles south ul the
southeasi corner of the Dominion
Government Reserve, In the viciniiy oi
Cui Hunk River, a tributary of I'me
River, und marked "E. II. C, N. W.
corner," thencc south SO chuins, thencc
eusi SO chains, thence north SO chains,
thencc west SO chains tn the point 01
commenooment containing
more or less, ,,,„„„ ,
EDITH HENRIETTA
Willlum
Sept. 16th, 1010.
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice     that    Julia   Park,   ot
Vuncouver,    B.C.,    occupution  Married
Woman,   intends   to   apply   fur  permission to purcliuse Hie following descrioed chase   the   lulluwii
lunds:    Commencing ai u post planted Commencing at
ubout eleven and a half miles soutii and
nine miles west ot the soutlieast corner
of  the  Dominion   Government  Reserve,
and ubout six  miles in a  westerly  direction  irom  Swan  Lake,  and  marked
"J.   P.,   N.E.   corner,"   tiience   west     SO
chains,  thencu  soulh  SO  chuins,
east  SO  eliains,   thenee  nuiTh  SO
lu the point of commencement, containing LilO ucres  mure or less.
JULIA PARK.
Jonathan Gruhaiti, Agent.
Sept. l.th, 1910.
040   acres
GARDNER,
Kadlcy,  Agent.
id   Wi
*'!,' ,
'le.i'i'v
*-Mi.
,!' -win
_• E,
PEACE  RIVEU  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Curlbuo.
TAKE   nutiee   that  Alvln  Christie  uf
U c , occupution Gentleman,
ilf miles south and Intends to apply for permission to pur-
el'    the    southeiist   eluise   the   foliuwing
clmi„_   1
Point „
';  "I 'I half miles sn,,,,, „mi intends to apply for Permlss on to pur-
'   ,w<,Ht    <"'     tbe    souths*' cna8a    th8   f,llloW"1K    nesclhed    lands
,o_,  "",  Dominion  Governmon   0 naming "l ll uosi planted ut,o,ts
.' '."I "'""it six miles ina   'oa,. miles  west and  10  ...lies sputh of the
ii'"'','.'1""1   .l'°m  the  north and suuthenst corner of the Dominion Gov
2.., "'':,".  and   marked   "B.   C   J. ernment Reserve, In the Vic.!" ty of Cut
•     niencp   west   80   ehulns,
su chaliiB,   "
<■  south
-10!
thenco  oust  80
SO chains  to  the
•neement cuntaining oio
ess,
''''•^lA.N  JOHNSTON,
lonathol) Uiuluim, Agent.
Hani. Rlvcr, a tributary ot line River,
nnd   marked     "A,   C,     N.   W.   coi:> ei,
thenee  south   SO  chiilns,   thence east 80
chains,   thence  north   SO  chains   thence
west   80  chains   to   the  point oi
mencement   containing   010   uciei
or less,
corn-
more
Sept.
I'EACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Curibuu.
TAKE notice thui Charles Spargoe, ol
Vancouver, B.C., occupution Hairdresser,
intends lu apply for permission tu purchase the lullowing described lunds.
Comnieneing tit u pusi planted ubout
twenty miles west und Six miles souln
of the suutueusi corner of the Dominion Governmenl Reserve, und marked
"C S., N.E. corner," tlicnce west SO
chains, tiience soutli SO chains, tlicnce
easl SO chuins, tlicnce north So eliains
lu the point of commencement, ooniain-
Ing   tiio  acies  mole or less.
CHARLESSPARGOE.
Joiiulhun Graham, Agenl.
Sepl.  5th,  101O,
I'EACE IUVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislriel of Curiboo.
TAKE notice thai John M. Gillanders,
of Vancouver, H. C, occupation Engineer, intends lo apply for perniission to
purehase thc fullowing described lunds:
Coniniencing ut a post planted about
twenty miles west and six miles soutn
of the soutlieast corner uf the Duminlun
Government Reserve uud murked "J.M.
G., N.W. curner," thence eust SO eliains,
thonce soutli SO chains, thence west SO
eliains, thenco nortli SO chains to Hie
point of commencement, contuining oio
ucres more or less.
JOHN   M.  GILLANDERS.
Jonuthan Graham, Agent.
Sept.  5th, 11)10,	
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Curiboo.
TAKE notice that Frank Spauldlng of
Vuncouver, B.C., occupation Seaman, intends  to  upply  for permission  tu  purcliuse   the   fullowing    described   lands:  miles west and two miles south of the
Comnieneing  at  a   post   planted   about southeasi oorner of tho Dominion Guv-
twenty miles west and four miles south eminent Reserve, in the vicinitv of Cut
uf the Buutheast curner  uf the Domln-   Bank River, a  tributary  of    the    Pine
Ion   Government   Reserve,   and   marked River, und marked "H. C, N. E. corner,"
'_.   S.,   S.E.   corner,"     thonce   west   80 thence south  80 chains, thqnce west  SO
chains,  thenco north   80  chains,  thence cbains,   thenee  nortli  SO  chains,   thenee
easl  80  chains,  tiience  south  80 chains   eust  80  chains    to    tlio  point  of  coin-
PEACE   KIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District uf Cariboo.
take notice thai Frank Grimmer of
Vancouver, is. c, oooupatlon Gentleman,
Intends lo apply ior permi-.siun iu pur-
L.    descrioed    lunus:
post  plumed    aoout
li l-_ nines west unu 1_ nines suum ul
the soutlieast curner uf lue Dominion
Government Reserve, In toy vicinity ot
Cut Bank River, a trlDufary ui pine
River, und murked "1>'. G., ...W. corner,
thenoe soulli so chuins, tiience eusi so
thenoe chains, theuce nurth so enains, inence
eliains west so cnuins lo the puint ui oommenoement oontalnlng oiu ucres mure
or less.
PRANK   GRIMMER,
William   Rudley,   Agent.
Sept.  nth,  1010.
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that William Holt ol
Vuncouver, B.C., occupation Clerk, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following descrioed lands:
Conimencing   at   a   pust   planted   about i_,n.
0 l-_   miles  south   und   nine  miles   west annul 2_ miles west and one mile soum
of the southeast corner of the Don,in- 0f uic southeast coiner ol the Dominion
Government  Reserve, in  the   vicinity of
i'EACE   RIVEU  LA.ND  DISTRICT.
Dislriel of Curlbuo.
TAKE   nuiice     that   Bert   Hendry   of
Vancouver, U. C, oooupatlon Chief Engineer, Intends to upply  for  permission
to  purcliase   the    luliuwing    described
is:    Commonoing at a post plumed
ion Government Reserve, and about six
miles in a westerly direction from the
nurth end of Swan Lake, and markeu
"W. 11., N.E, corner," thenee west so
chains, tbence soutli 80 chains, thence
east 80 chuins, tbence nonh 80 chains
to thu poinl of oommenoement, containing 0.0 acres more ur less.
WILLIAM  HOLT.
Junatlian Graliam, Agent.
Sept. 12th, 1910.
Cut Bunk Kiver, u tributary Of Pine
River, and marked "B. H„ S. E. curner,"
theuce north SO chains, thenee west 80
chuins, thence soutii SO eliains, tiience
oust SO chains to the point of commencement containing 040 acres more
ur less.
BERT  HEN Dili-,
William Rudley, Agent.
Sept.  16th,  1310,
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Curiboo.
TAKE notice that Herbert Christie of
Vuncouver, B. <_.., occupution Gentleman,
intends to apply for permission to purohase the following described lands
Comnieneing at
mil
1st In
of null
i:es on this page Jan, 7 Sept.  17th, .1.10.
AI.V1N  CHRISTIE,
William Uiidley, Agent.
to tho point of commencement, containing 010 ncres more or less.
FRANK  SPAULDING.
Jonathan Gruliam, Agent.
Sopt. 6th, 1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Caribop.
TAKE notico that June Kilmer of
Vuncouver, IS. C, occupution Spinster,
Intends to apply for pern,ission to purchase the fulluwing described lands;
pust planted about __ Coniniencing al u post plunlud ubout '22
miles west and one mile south of the
Soutlieast curner of the Dominion Government Reserve, In the vicinity of Cut
Hank River, a tributary of' Pine River,
und marked "J. K., s. W. corner,"
tiience nortli 80 eliuins, thence east 80
chains, thonco south SO chains, tiience
west 80 chuins to the point of com-
conlitiniiig 010 acres more mencement contuining 010 ucres more
or loss.
JANE   KILMER,
William Rudley, Agent.
Sept.  lUth,  1010.
mencement
or less.
HERBERT   CHRISTIE,
Willinm Radley, Agent
Sept.  16th,  1910. PEACE  RIVER   HAND  DISTRICT. I'EACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo. liistrict of Curiboo.
TAKI': notice  tli.it   Florence May Put-      TAKE  nuiice  thai    George   Li
torsun uC  Vanoouver,  B. C.j occupation Goode  of  Vancouver,   1
Spinster,   intends   tu  apply   lor  permis-  clerk,   Intends   lu  apply   for  pe
sion   lu   purchase   lhe   following     des-  to   purciuise   the     luliuwing
cribed  lands:      Commenolng  al a  post lands:    Commencing  al  a  nost
planted about   three miles wesi  iu)d  four  about   twelve   miles   wesi   and
mill's suuth  uf the  southeast  corner  nf  south   of   the.   suullieasl   come
the Dominion Oovernment Reserve, and  Dominion  Government   Reservi
about   six   miles   north   of   Swan   Lake,   vicinity  of  the  Nurth   Fork  of
and   marked  "1.  M.  P.,  S.   10.  corner,"
Ihenco nortii  su chains, thence west so
chuins,   thence  suulii   mi  chains,   ihenee
easl  so ehains  tu  the point    n,'    commencement   containing   tiio   acres   mure
ur less.
FLORENCE J1AV   PATTERSON,
Jonathan  Graha,",  Agent.
Sept.   16th,   1.910.
,,,..,.,.   ,,,v.r .   .   , .,     ....     r,,   , PEACE RIVER LAND  DISTRICT. pEACE  RIVEK  LA
I EACE   RIVER LAND  .1    ■'•' Dislrict oi Caribuu. __  nif_           District Of Cariboo
RIVER  LAND DISTB	
District of Cariboo    KICT'
I'EACE   RIVER
District
TAKE notice i
Vancouver, I:. C.
Woman, intends le
lo purcliuse Hie
lands: Connnenci
about three miles
soutii of lhe sou
Dominion Goveri
about six mih s ,
and  marked    "R.
tiience south  SO eliuins, thenoe wesi
ohains,  theuee  north  80  ohalns,  thenci
east   SO   chains   to   the   point   of   cum
mencement  containing   on,   aces   mon
or less.
RAY    'I'll. I.MAS,
Jonathan  Graham,  Agent
Sept 10th, lino.
PEACE   ItlVER   LAND   DISTRICT. PEACE  RIVER  LA.ND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo. Dislriel of Cariboo,
TAKE    notice     that     Arthur     Frank      TAKI-; notice that  William Uuudlellow
James of Vanacouver, B. C, uccupution   of New  Westminster,  ,..C,    occupation
Clerk, Intenus  to apply  for  penuissiuu   Gentleman, Intends to apply [or permls-
to   purchase   the     toilowing     descrioed   sion to purchase the luliuwing descriiicd
lands: Commencing ui a pust planteu
ubuut ten miles west and one mile
soulh   of   the   soutbeust   corner   of   the
per   Pouce   Coupe   River,   und
"(i.   L.  G.,   N,   E,  curner,"   thence
80 chains, thence west  80 chain
north  SO cbuins, thence east  i
,,.   ti,,,  ,i,,int   ,.!'  ,'iuuiii.,ii,','iiii'iit    ,'utit-i iii-    cuiiluilllne   040   ... ,
to  (he puint ol  commencement, ionium t.     ..,,.,,.,,.,  SUTHERLAND,      ucies more or less.
ing 610 aores more or less. ,..,,..,•, ,,i    .cent                       ETHEL GEORG1NA DVB.                                     ir-rti,,,.
GEORGE LLEWELLYN   GOODE, Jonathan Graham, Agent,                      ^Whau Graham, Agent.                                 *£"^ TAGGAirr,
Jonathan Graham,  Agent. Sept. 13th, 1910.                                                  ....                                                                11)ul0nathaa ^"""L Agent.
Sept. 13th, 1910,  ri, VCJi, iuN i {,   j   UN'j_, DISTRICT,                                 — — ! ——-—--—--____
PEACE RIVER I...XI, DISTRICT.   ' ,„,_  ^ ..,_.  Cariboo         I'KACE RIVER LAu^D DISTRICT.           pBACB j^  LASlZZ^^T
.liains, then
south to ehains, thence wesi 80 chuins,
thence nortl, so chains tn the point uf
commonoenient containing 640 acres
more or less.    -
MINNIE  SIMPSON,
Jonathan era,nun, Agent,
Sepl   13th,  1910,
H. comer '   ,,
west SO chains,  ihcnce nn, tu 6
thenoe east  SO  chains,  thencu
IMS
Sept.   13th,   1910.
nib su
at'iit
suutn   SO   chailis   to   me   puint   uf  com- puint of con,,,,encement, containing 040 t
,nencement,  oontalnlng  04u  acres  niuie acres mure or less.
or   less.           DGUGL.vS   ENDACOTT. ROBERT SPENCE, .,,,,,.,   ,,,   ..      .,..,.
Jonathan Graham, Agenl. Jonathan Graham, Agent. ™SgtalJl $ uore_ murines."'
..._..      JA.UES i;u;i.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT. PEACE   RIVER  l.A.Nli   DISTRICT, q    .    ..,.,     .„,:Jonathan Graham, Agenl
District of Curibuu. District ut Cariboo.                         '             '      x ' ___^
TAKE   notice   that   James     Augustus TAKE   notice   that   Hli-iiueih   Douglas        ,..,4......   ....•.-„   .  . ..,,
Broberg ot  Vancouver, is.c, occupation „f Vancouver, B.C., occupation Spinster,         "■'      ,,''.'.    ,:).'' UlSTitli T.
Clei'K,   intends  to  apply  for  permission intends to apply for permission 10 pur-          ...     ,,/',      ,,   .   l-"'R"'"
to   purehase     the     loiluwing   Uesenueu ,n.,_e t„c ,olio-ing doscri_eU lands; Com-        ;".'    ' .     ..    .,            Allien  barker of
lunus:   Commencing  at   u   pusi  piunieu lnencing at a post planled auout tour- ,,,', .„,,. ,,'., ,1   ", ocuunaiiiui Mechanic,
t   eignieen   mile.,   west   and   elgtn teen  miles  west unu   une  mile suulh  of „,,„„„   t„:°  ,1,. ,.'>....!!'   p?™1_*.loV lu W-
lanus: Commencing at a pust planled
aiiiiut lliree mlles west and four miles
suuth of the suutneast curner of the
Duininion     Government    Reserve,    and   Dominion    Government    Reserve,    am,
aboui six miles nurin uf Swan Lake,
and marked "A. 'I. J., 4N. w. corner,"
tiience south so eliains, thence east so
chains, thence nurtli so enains, ihenee
west SO chains to the puint of commencement, containing 010 acres mure
or less.
ARTHUR   FRANK  JAMES,
Jonathan   Grahuni,   Agent.
Sept.  10th,  1910,
auuut five miles nurlli of Hie Upper
Pouce coupe River, and marked "W. G.,
S.W. corner," thenee north SO eliains,
thenee east SO chains, llience soutli Su
chains, thence west so chuins to the
point of conimenccment, and containing
040 acres more ur iess.
WILLIAM   GOODEELLOW.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept, 13th, 1910.
JAM1.S AUGUSTUS BROBERG. ELIZABETH   DOUGLAS,       JJ^  Tnence" non^'s.   ZZ ?' SU
Jonathan Graham, Agent, innathan  Granani    Aeent   U1",  '  .'"-nee  noun  Su  t,na,ns   tn tno
Sept.  6th,  1910. Sej)t, iUll, mrj '     S Wtm m&ffimT™  CU'Ua"""K «•
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTHICT.
District of Caribuu.
TAKI1: notice that Wilflam Stanley
Mackenzie ol Vancouver B.C., occupation
Clerk,  intends   tu  apply   for  permission
PEACE" RIVER  LANII  DISTRICT. Ao^ZZniZZ
District ul curibuo. geDt   •■>,,.    ,,,lu ' -'o1-'"-
TAKE   notice     that    Geolrge     Henry      TAKE  notice  tout  William  Lawrence      ' ' '	
Heath  of  Vancouver,  is.  c,  occupation proctor 01   Vancouver, B. c.., uccupution       Pi_ACE RIVER LAND DISTKICT
plj   for   permission  oierlt,  intends   to  apply   lor  permission District of Curiouo
.1.living      described    tu   purcliuse   the     fullowing     described       TAKE   lio.ice   that   surah   Sutherlan.
I'EACE  RIVER LAND  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo.
I'EACE RIVER LAND  DISTRICT
District Of Curiboo.
TAKIO notice that George Walter Chut- Clerk,   intends   ,
win of Port Hammond, IS.C, uccuputiun  to   putcuse   th
Parmer, inteiius to apply lor permission lands:    Commencing at  a  [uist   planted  lands:    Conimenciiv   at  a  post  piunted   ui   vuncouver,  B.C.,  ocoupatl.
to   purcliase     the   following    descrioed   t0  Purclmse    Ulu   loiluwing     deserioeu auout eight miles  west  anu  two  miles au0ut   three  miles  soutli  und  one  mile    Wo»an, Intends to apply fur peniii-s
lands:     Commenolng atu a post piunted   'anus:  Commencing  ut  a  post  planted suutn   u,   the  southeast  carrier  of  the  west  uf   the  southeast  c"~
aoout ten miles west und one mile soum Dominion     Government     Reserve,    und  Dominion     Governmen*
of the southeast curner of the Dominion uuuui   loin    niii.s   north   of   the   Uppei   about seven  miles norl
Government    Reserve,    and  aoout live i'ouce Coupe River, and marked "G. 11.  and   marked    "W.   L.   P..   S.   E.  cruet,'     soutn   01   iiie   southeast  curner ut 1
about three miles west and six miles
suutli of the southeast curner of the
Dominion Government Reserve, and
ubuul lour miles nurtli of Swun Lake,
und marked "W. S. M., S. W. curner.'
thence north so cnuins, thence easl so
Cams, tbence suuth so eliains, thence
west so cnuins tu the puint uf commencement containing 0-10 ucres mure
or less.
WILLIAM  STANLEY   ilucKE.N'ZlE,
Junatlian   Graham,   Agent.
Sept. 10th, 1010.
rner     ul   me 10   pui.uu&e     tne     luliuwing   ue_.i,_tu
about ten miles west und one mile soum  Dominion    Government    Reserve,    und Dominion     Government    Reserve,    und lanus:     Commencing ut a posi pianiw,
f the southeast corner of Hie Dominion  auout   luui    milts   nuuii   of   the   Uppei   about seven  miles north  ul  Swun Luke, uuuui twelve  miles west unu twu nine.
iihea_t  curner ut ...
miles nurtn  uf  lhe  Upper Pouce Cuupe __., .\. W. corner," tnence eas. 60 chains,  thenoe  west  so chains,  thenee nurlli  SO uuininlun     Government     Reserve,    In
River, anu marked "G.  W. C, N.W. cur- thenee  south   So  enains,  ihcnce  west  SO   chains,    Ihenee   easl   Su   enains,   thence tne   vicinity   ut   ine  .Nortli  uorK uf tut
ner,"   tnence east    so    cuius,     thenee chains,   tnence  ,,u, tu   so   cnuins   iu   lhe  south   so  chuins   tu   the  puint  ul   cum- .pper i'uuce Coupe Rner, unu tuai-w
south SO chains, thence west SO cnuins,   puint of commencement, containing 040  mel'.dement   cuntaining   640   acres   more o.   S.,  N'.__.    curner,      thenee  west li
luence  north   So  chains   to  the  puint 01 acres mure ur less.                                           ,,,■  less  . cnuins,   tlicnce   suum   su  enaius,  tli.ntt
commencement, and eoniuining 010 ucres                    GEORGE llE.N'RV  HEATH,
mure or les
Commencing   ui  u  pu.-t   piunieu
my    miles     West   and   elglil
of  the suullieasl  corner 0
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo,
TAKE nuiice that Anna 1'ales of Vancuuver, is. c., oecupatiun    Widuw,    intends   lo  apply   for  permission   lo   purchase   the   lullowing   descrioed     lands:      ,,,,
Conimencing   ut   a   post   planted    ubout   UUoul
three miles  west und six miles suulh of   miles s
the  southeast  coiner  of   the  Duininion   Ule  Dominion   Government  Reserve,  111
Government Reserve, und auout iuur
miles nurth ul  Swan Luke, and  marked
A. V,, N. W, corner," thence suuih .u
chains,   thence   east   SO   chains,   tiience
nurtli 80 eliuins, tiience west 80 chuins
lu Hie puini uf commencement euntuiuiiig 010 acres more or Igss.
ANNA   VALES,
Jonathan  Graham,  Agent.
.Sept.   10th,   1910.
WILLIAM   LAWRENCE   PROCTOR, ldaL  »"  chuins,   thence nurth   _u ciwlia
Jonathun  Graljam,   Agenl. Innnthnn   tlrnham     _ui.nl tu  Ule  point  ul  coinnieliceiuenl, cuul_„i-
GEORGE   WALTER   CHATWIN.      Sept. 13th, 1910. -.,.    ,-.,,    ,'"               <-''"•<""».  A-ent- lng   H(j  aorea   mote   m   ,eSB
Jonathan Graham, Agent, -                                         aept, iotn, miu,                                                          sarah  SU i'i,i.RL.,..b.
Sept.   13th,  1910.                                                   PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT. PEACE  RIVER  LA.N'D  DISTRICT.                                    Jonatiiun Granani, Agent
Districl of Cari,uiu. Dislriel ul  Curibuu. Sept.   13th,  19iu.
PAKE   notice   tbat   Phoeoe    Loretta TAKE notice    that    Howard    l'eiinel
PEACE RIVER LAND  DISTRICT.
.,.,,-,.   district 01 Curibuu Willett  01   Vancouver, ii.c,  uccupution Proctor 01   Vancouver, B. (£, fcooupatlon
IAKE notice  Ihai   Euwiu  -Vliliiken ol
.Mairie.i   Woman,   Intends   to   apply   iur Clerk,  intends   to  apply   for  pern,ission
l'l'.ACl.  RiVl'.R  LA.ND   DISTRICT.
District ui Cutiouu
Vantouvei, BC, occupation Commercial pBrm,sslon lo purchase the following to purcnase the toilowing descriueil TAKE nonce Hiui Reginald C, Ure«
iiuveiiei, intenas to apply iur permis- desoribed lands: Commencing a. lands; Commencing at a posi planteu °i -auco.ve. O.C, occupation-turiuei
sion to purcnase the following deg*riDed   a      J)0til      p|U,UCd      uooul      fourteen kbout   five   miles   smith   und   one   mile   inteiius tu appiy fur pei....... ...a to pui
es west        und twu
Lu   ui   the   southeast   corner
.linion    Government     Reservi
dies   nuiih   u
miles  west   01    UiC suutheast   oorner   of     the   c,iu_c   tne   lollowing     ueaerioed   lunua.
,   the   Dominion     Government     Reserve,    anu   Conimencing   ui   a   pusi   planted  a.uui
unu  about   live   miles   nurtli   uf   Swun   Lake,    eignieen miles wesi unu six in.te- suuii.
nd  marked  "H.   P.  P.,   N.   W.  curner,"   ul l"e souuieast coiner ui ine Don
Sept. .th,
Junulhun Granani, Agenl.   .    ,    ,,,      ,-,„
1U1U. Sept   14th,  1910
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Caribuu.
TAKE  nutiee   that    Isaac  L.     Silver-
berg Of .Newark, .N. J., occupalion Muu-
l'EACE  RIVER   LA.N'D  DISTRICT.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT. District of Caribou.
Disti'ict of Caribuo. TAKE   notice   that     Dummy   Uinlun
fAKE notice that Letha Cline of Van- Proctor uf  Vanoouver, u.c:, occupution
i'EACE RIVER LA.N'D DISTRICT.
District of Curiboo.
TAKE nutiee that Josephine Milliken
)f  Vancouver,  IS.C, uccuputiun  Married   couver,   B.C.,   occupation   Married   Wo- spinster,   intends   to  applv   for  permis
Sept. 6th, l'Jlu.
PEACE  RIVER LA.N'D DISTRICT.
Disti'ict ui Carlouu.
I'AKE notice that Albert 11. Bennett
uiaoturer, Intends to upply for permis- Woman, intends 10 apply for permission man, intends lo apply for permission to s'°n lo purcliase the following o, Vancouver, i..C, occupation Stewart,
siun tu purchase the fulluwing des- m purcliuse Hie fulluwing described purchase ine following de_c,'iucd lunds: described lands: Commencing at inteiius tu apply lur permission lu pur-
cribed lands: Commencing ut a post lands: Commencing at a pust planteu Cum,nu,icing at a pust plumed abuul. u P°st iilanted about five Cnase the luliuwing descuoed i'"1iJB
planled ubuut three miles wesi und six about twenty miles west and eight miles seventeen und u half mlles west ano miles soutii and one mile west of Commenolng ai a pusi planted uuom
miles suutli oi the s.iutlieust euruer ol soulh oi tne southeast cumer of the nine miles soutii of the southeast cornet the southeast curner u, ihe Dominion elgnteen miles west unu six mlles soutii
the Duininiun Guvernmeiit Reserve Dominion Government Reserve, in Hie of the Do,nin,0,1 Government Reserve, Government Reserve, and abuut live "1 Hie soul,icusl coiner 01 tue Duiioaiw'
and abuul iuur miles nurth of Swan vicinity u, Cut Bank River a tributary In the vicinity of Cut Bank River, u miles nurtn ni Swan Luke, und murk- Government it,serve, in the vicinity u.
Luke, and marked "I. L. S. N. E. cur- ul Pine River, and marked "J. M., S.W. tributary of Pine River, und markeu cd "D. L. P., S. W. curner,' thence eust Gut Bum. River, a tributary ol im«
ner,'' tlicnce suuth SO chains, llience corner," tnence no, tn So chuins, tlicnce "B. C, N.E, curlier,'' theneo wesi SU -u chuins, inence nurtli SO eliuins, River, und marked A. li. IS., N.W. cm-
west SO chuins, thence north SO chains, easl SO Cams, Ihenee south SO chains, chains, llnnee south SO ohains, thenee thence west SO chums, thence suutli SO ner,' llience easl Su cuius, tneite
Ihenee easl _u chains to lhe point of Ihenee wesi SO onains tu the point ui cast SO eliuins, thence nurth SO chuins chains lo the point of commencement, suuth SO cnuins, inence west So cuius,
commencement containing ti-iu acres commencement, containing 040 acres tu the point ot commencement, contain- containing 010 acres more or less. tnence norm SO chains to the point -i
more or less. more or less. ing 040 acies more or less.                              DoROTHV  LINTON  PROCTOR, commencement,    containing    oio atu.
ISAAC  L.  SILVERBERG, JOSEPHINE MILE-KEN. LETHA  CLINE.                  .           Jonuthan  Graham,  Agent,    mure or less.                  ,.,-v.fi"i"i'
Jonatiian  Graham,  Agent. Jonathan Graham, Agenl. Jonathan Graham, Agent.  Sept,  loth,   1010. ALbl_Ri   il, u».\Lii.
Sept.  l.th. 1910. Sept, Oth, 1910. Sept. Oth, 1910, Junatlian Graham, Agent
—! . , - ! ,     —-                                                              •      PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT. Sept.  6th,  1910.
I'EACE  RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT. I'EACE IUVER LA.ND  DISTRICT, PEACE   liiVER   LA.N1,   DISTRICT.                          District of Cariboo.      .                    —                ■--  — -".           ,-,	
District of Curibuu. Disti'ict of Cariboo. District of Curlbuo.                          TAKE  „utice  that  George  B.  Proctor PEACE RlVioR LA.ND DlbilUCl.
TAKE     notice     that     .lohn     Wesley TAKEnotice    that    Herbert Dale    ol      TAKE notiee that George Cha in of .of   Vancouver,   U.   C„   occupution   Clerk, taki.'   i_.ii,. .   .,,-,    Insenli' ('rail-  ul
Sclmieder   of   Vancouver.   II    C...    nun-     l'.,,™™,,.    tl n     ---,„._*, "     V-nr_.„v,.r    I.   i'     , i inn   \l,,,.|,i„,.r   'ml,nils   I,,,iiu.lv   for   _g.ml.il_n   i,  ..1A1V|!'   nolice   l"al   JOSepn   l_iu_t   u
rliail
thei
then
chains,   thence   east   _0   chains,   thei
soutli   SO   chains   to   the   point   ol   1 1
menci ment  containing  640  acres  mon
or   less.
JOHN   WESLEV   SCHNIEDER,
Jonathan   .ranam,  Agent
Sept.   10th,   1910.
ist   SO   chains,   tiience   Uuuce  south   SO   chains,   thenee  east  80    thence  we.
Ihenee  wesi   so chains,   chains,   Inence   norlh   SO   chuins   tn   lh
[mint   of   t
est SO cnuins,  thence sooth »'•'
u   cuius,   thenoe   east   SO   chuins,   thenci
lorth  SO    thence cast  80  chuins,   thencc  north   SO coruer,"   them
..bains,   thence   west   so   chains,   tbence South 80 cha
suuih so ohalns io the point of cum- thence north 80 chains tn the poini of
mencement, and containing 640 acres commencement containing 010 aces
mure ur less. HERBERT DALE.      more or less,
Juiialhan Graham, Agent. GEOROE   CHAPMAN,
Sept. 18th, 1910. Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.  Mih,  1910,
PEACE   UIVER   LAND   DISTRICT. PEACE   RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT, PEACE   RIVER   IAN'1,   m.'i'KluT
District uf Caribuo. PEACE   RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT. Distriot of Cariboo, ,,,,!,       -p      D-SIHIW.
TAKE   notice   that   Ellen   Rogers   01 District Of Cariboo. TAKIO  notice  that  Albert Dickson  of        TAKE notlfctI that l.r_-__rt_l_ Sullivan
TAKE notice  that  Annie Chatwln of   Vanoouver, B.C., oooupatlon Preoeptress,     TAKE   notioe   that   Jamea   Augustus Vancouver,  B. 0., ooojipatlon Clerk, in- 	
Vancouver,   13,   c,   oooupatlon   Married   intends tu apply fur permission 10 pin-  Ferguson of  Van ver,  B. C
iu  apply   for  permls-   ''base   the   t&liowlng   described   num... Hon first OJficer, iniends to
the following desorib-   Commencing  at  u  post  planted  about permission   to   purchase   tip
d    lands:      Commencing    al    a    posi    e'8ht miles west, and one mile south 01  described lands:    Coi Bnclng
plnnled   aboul   twelve   miles   wesi   and   the  soutbeust  corner  of  the   Dominion planted  aboul   eighteen   mile ,
-'le south of the southeasi enrner   Government   Reserve,   and   auuut   live six miles soutii of tho southeast corner the Dominion Government Reserve, and    Dominion     Guvernin, ni      r   ■
miles  nnrth  of the  Upper Pouce Coupe "I   the   Domii ,   Govornment   Reserve, about six miles l„ a north  westerly ill-    the ViO.ni.y_.of Cut Bank River  11 trlhu-
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT,
District of Cariboo.
Woman,
siun  to  pi
neement  containing  040 nurth   80  cbuins   to  tlio  point  of couf
moie or less.   incncement,   eoniuining   010   uces  iiu"'
GEORGE   It.   PROCTOR, or less. JOSEPH CRAUU.
,-,,     ,, ,.,llulhi"1  tlrunnni,   Agent, Jonuthan Graiuin, Agenl
16th,   1910. Kept.  Oth, 1910.
uf  Vancouver, B.C., occupation MarMOt
of  the   1 iimiiiiiiin  Government   Reserve,
in the vicinity of the .North Fork nf the
Upper   Poi   Coupe   River,  and   marked
"A.  C,   S    E.   euruer,"     thenco  wcsl   80
thence
chains
mlain-
,, ,       ,: __       ,      , , ._....«....-.,   jj.e..    ueeiinaiinl   bio.."— ■
1 ..   OOOUpa- tends   to   apply   tor   irtrmisglqn   to   pin- intends to aDDlv  fur nnfmlsalnn iu iu"'-
0 apply for chase   the   following   descrihed   lands: ullilst.   ,„..   g»»J»   K^'^Sslon 1   P
,.   following Commencing  at  a  post  planted  ubout commenolng  1 t  a  tosl   ol    tid aMUl
Ig at 1, post eight and  a  half miles south  and  nine elgnteen   uHes   west  ,1 nd"  e ghi   """
s   west  and miles  west  of  the  snutheasi.  corner of „uulb   of   the   southeast   con cut' tM
"'"s;, '"''' '"•    "'"""I"     iiuvernme.it  Ueserve, and Dominion      Guvernmeiit     Reseive,     ■"
nt    Reserve, about six  miles  In a nurth   weslerlv  ill- the vioinityvof Cut Bunk Rive  a U'lOU"
River and murked "E. It., N.E. corner," in   the   vicinity   of  Cut   Hank   Rlvcr,   a reotlon   Irom   the   nurth   end   ul   Swun tary of Plna,niW.   on.. .__...-, "P 8.1
thence west 80 chains,  thencc soutl,  80 tributary of Pine River, and marked ".I. Lake, und marked "A. D., S. W. enrner," S.E    cornei"   11..,',.     ii.-,?,    __   rnains,
chains,   thence   east   SO   chains,   tlicnce   A.    P.,   S.E.   corner,"   thenco   west     80 thenoe   nurth   SO  chains,   theijce  eas,   80 Ihenee  north   SI,  .1,1,;,.,,.,,.     aasl  ««
north   80  ehalns   to   the  point  of  com- chains,   thenco  north   so  chains,   tbence Cains,   thonoe  south   so  chains,  thence chain,   thece  aouth  S_  nhain. tTtM
mencement,   containing   010   acres   more east'30   chains,   thence   suutl,   80  chains west  80  chains  to   the  puint    ,,f    com- point  _f _. ,,„,"", ''.,? MntalnlnK «*«
ur less, ELLEN ROGERS.     to the point of commencement contain- mencement   containing   640   acres  more aores more       ,nil        ' c0"t'u"""'
Truinll....,   ,'....l,„,.i      4 ...,.,.     ,„..    I' 111   ....„ «_._-    iiiuil   ui    1CSS.
eluiins, thenoe north so chain
east SO eliains, thenco suulh !
to the point of commencement
ing 010 acres  more or less.'
ANNIE CHATWIN,
Junathan  Graha .gent
Sept,  13th,   1010,
. PEACE   RIVER   i.A.N'n  DISTRICT,
District of Cariboo. Vanoouver,    B,   c,   oooupatlon   stem,
TAKE nol  that  Arthur Selwood of  grapher,  intends  to  applv   fur   permls-  Vancouver,   1;   1
Vancouver,   B.   C,   occupation    Gentle- siun to purohase the Collowlt)"  fl-on.ih.  Woman,   Intends   I
man, iniends to apply for permission to ed hinds: Con
pureiiase ih, following described lands: ed about eight
Commencing  at
Jonathan Graham, Agent, hik  .40 acres more or les:
Sept.  13th,  1010. JAMES   AUGUSTUS   FERGUSON,
Jonathan Graham,  Agent.
PEACE   RIVER   HAND   DISTRICT,        •S''|,t   5U|'   1U.°-
Iiislriet of Caribuo. PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT,
TAKE notice that    Hazel  Horton    of Districl of Cariboo,
TAKE nntiee that .Mill'Ie I'uuk of
upniinn Married
nply   for  perrnls-
ALBERT   DICKSON,
i'iit. mi,, loio
Junathan Graham, Agent.    Sept.   6th,   1910,
less.
EREDERiCK SULLIVAN.
Jonatiiun Grahuni, Agent
PEACE   RIVI-ll LAND  DISTRICT.
District of cariboo.
I'EACE   RIVER   I.AND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
I'.M.E notioe that Ada Wind of Vi
crib-
olieilig nl  a  post pl
ml
id
hull'  miles soutii
sion    to    pin
eri I   hinds
lh"    following
ommenelng ai   a  pos'
post   planted   about   and seven miles west of the southwest planled  nboul   fourteen   miles  wesi  am
three  miles  west  and  two  miles suuth  corner  of  the    Dominion    Government '""' mll° south of the snut_iea_.l  cornei
ni  the sun,Least corner or ihe Domln-  Reserve, and  about   four    miles    in  a of  the   Dominion  Go'vernn ,   Reserve
un, Government Reserve, and ah,mi northwesterly direction from tho north "nd nboul lour miles north of lhe I'ti
eight miles nortii of Swan Lake, and end nf Swan Lake, ami marked "ll. II., I"'1' Ponce Coupe River, and marked "M
inai'Ueil "A. S„ N. 15, I'lirtiei'," thence N. W. enrner," Ihenee south so elmins, C., ... E corner," thence soutii 81
south Hi) chains, thence wesi sn ehains, thenee east so ehains, ihenee north 80 chuins thence wesi 80 chains, thenci
thence norlh  so ehains,  then !asl   su  chains,   thence   west   80   ohalns   to   the   north  su chuins, thonce eas,  so chain
TAKE  notice  that   Wesley  Howey  of eon.,?    I    V'     l" "     ,"  "_' i ,_  ■, ■   11-
Vancouver,  B.C., oecupatloi,  Gentloniun, Si,! uccuputiun   Spinster, in
iniends  to upply for permission lo pur- ,    "„ ",|if,., "V..J "Ti"1 " ,, "„,.■:
Case   the     following     described   lands: !■",,,,,,' '   '*'"? . .  '   ,„     	
"' encing   at   ,1   posi   piunted    aboul ,,„      s, ,        ,   ,,   , , Z.   „' J J     ,    IW
seventeen   and   a   half   miles   west   and «,    ,, el"     ,,'■    ,. ' f!,    ." 'Ll,n o    Hnv
nine  miles south  of  lhe  southeast cor- „,'   ,   ,,t   11, _ ,.,'      ,  ,     , ,niili'S
nor of the  Dominion  Government Re- ,, JZ,,  ,"',        l!1""'1,"   '■    U'„
serve. In the vicinity Of Cut Bank River, R       ,n  ■   ' ' Hum,..'" ., s     S     .• I »l'"'
a tributary of Pine River, „ narked tin ,;,■,' sn   .       ,    ZZ v    1 |i"
"W.   II.,   N.W.   curner,"   thenee   east   Sll ■   ,    .  '        , . Ml..'     In,.'„l        !",„  Hie
chains   lu   lhe   poinl   of
containing 640 acres moi
cut   point  of  comiueni
acres  moro or  les
iii.'ii,   eontaining   ,110
uinun
men!  oontain-
lo  the  point   nf
Ing 640 aores more or li
ARTHUR SELWODD, HAZEL HORTON. MARIE COOK,
Jonathan Graham, Agent. Jonathan Graham, Agent Jonathan Grnham, Agont.
Sepl.   16tll,   1910. Sepl.   12th,   1910. Sept.  14th,  1910.
eliains,   thece   suuth   80   chains/'u^.. SftntVH""*   M'"'1"    ,°   "'ifi'Tnln-
west  Sll  chains,   thenee  north  80 Cains &£_ ZZoZZ""""1  00nUMM
tu lho point of com..,eneement, contain- Ar)A   WARD
Ing 640 aces more or less. ,„„„„„„„    ****  Agen
W108LE1     IIMW'EY. S.'lil    Ifilh    I'll,,
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept. Oth, 1910.
1st Insertion of mil loos 1111 this page
,l„n. ' PEACE
TAKE
(Villi'""1''
lends w
HII.1L'     II"'
,,1111111'"' l
;iVi:i:  LAND  DISTRICT.
iistriet of Cariboo.
   ib.il  Samuel  Harris,  of
,:,-.,  occupation Agent, in-
pennission   to   pur
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Waiter Van Blarl-
TACE  SEVEN.
lor
followii
.i'i'
described lands:
,,, a 'post planted about
I and 1 mile south of the
reel of the Dominion Uov-
erve, in tho vicinity of
iye, a 11 Ibutary of Pine
miriced "S. H-. N, E. cor-
suiilh H) chains, thence
us, thence nortji SO chuins,
so chains lo lhe puint of
,,   containing     040     acres
SWIPED   HARRIS,
William Radley, Agent.
16,    1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DISTRICT
District of Cariboo,
com   of     Vancouver, " Is',c.,   occupation v_TAKE!  nulici!  tnat  Joh"  Maxwell
Accountant,  intends  to  apply   for  per- ,,1,couvei'. B- C., occupation Gentlem
mission  to  purchase  tiie following op- In,        .u    ''|l,,|y fur Permission to pur-  ^
serioed   lanus:   Commencing   at  a   nost ';,IU,H"  tne  following    described    lands-  J
plained   ubout   twelve   miles   West   unu ^"'"'"''ncing   at   a   post   plant, d   about    -*
--  — •   ll   1-2   mlles  west  and   1.  mih
4KS
mm __B_a __________■ 9_-Jr
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
talnlng 0:40 acres more or less.
WALTER   VAN   IILAR1COM.
Jonathan Graham, Agent
Sept.  mil, 1910.
P1.AC1
TAKI:
of Van.
Woman,
iboul
uf il"
,',,;   IUVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo. ^^^^_„_,,.
lint Viola Sarah Linton   of'vaneo'uv'e'r," b!"(
PEACE  ItlVER   HAND  DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKE  nolice that  Ethel  Rose Spenee
V-in.'niiv-.    ti    ..    occupution   Mar-  .
n  nnnlv   iv...  	
— -       '     '"      '-'"'I'     k.
mencement,  containing oio ucres  more >
or less. f.
JOHN   .MAXWELL,
William   Radley,  Agent
Sept. 17th, 1910
PEACE   RIVEi;  LAND  DISTRICT,
 H District of Caribou.      », C
iVc'; u,'c-paliuu'Mari.e-   Hed'.vSZ^ifoW.T. °C0Up. tlon * \ZZo!Z""VZ tZ1  Tom  Ma3£well   of t
■j-'aMfssas ^SfSrSisSSfa* rS.[.-s--^: i
iV. h
•India
nsi i
uwwxi-fl ass k ;Sn ¥%7i7 ™ [;"=''-."--- "ssss
'Me,   and   uboul   nine .,'        '     '   ' '     Dominion   Govern.  Eputh  of   the  southeast  corner  of  the
won Lake, end marked j  l'.      ..„'..;.          about seven  miles Dominion     Government     Reserve      in
orner," thence west SO ' ,'    ZZZ-ZZ Z   Z""     Swan    l,e v"J1",i,v of Cut l!a'>l< River a   ribu-
'   ins,  tbence ,.'''      ,„. Z west  so" ' ', 'V S' K; CJ'" wV1 llne Plver' <""' marked %-_?..
•   ■ '       u-iice   west   su     ehulns.     thenoo  N,   E.   cornel,     t
Hi   80  chains
lence  south   _o  eh.
„..,,    ,«.i,-i., enaius,     inence •'•   '••   eoinei,     uieiiee  soutn
,   , iminencemont, contain-     " , ' t,,'n vn'   m?,"06 ,8a.. S0 °'"li"s' Z'Ka W1'st M cl>alns, thenee north 80
. ore ni   less. ..   , h  M onalna  '"  ""• Pont  of chains,   thenoe   east   so   Z,,,Z
iTi* RAH  LINTON. niT™ o ° .Z"'   C°ma'nlne     U'°     -- '"'""  "r '««'««      Sii
ninthan  Qraham, Agent, "-...^  ,.f)K„: spBN "«■ more ur less
Pl.A-1.   I!
TAKE ""'
„f .iincuuv,
, ER   LAND   DISTRICT.
net of Cariboo.
,   that   lleni'v  C.  Ilamaiid
H.C, occupation Mariner,
Sept.   13,
Jonathan Gral,am, Agent.
1910.
Sept. 17th, loio
the -|
010 V
TOM   .MAXWELL, "
William   Rudley.  Agent
We have
secured the
exclusive
agency for
the
Canadian
Kodak
Company,
and have a
complete
stock of
everything
for the
photographer.
a ' L
of f.
4
Just I>rop In and Let Us Show You.
Remember we pay special attention to
mail orders.
PBACEDffitR :,iZZi!!oZnih:v-     PEACE ™™ L,AND,,rsTulCT'
.TA ICE notice that Roberta'Lewis of     .,.,,        District of Cariboo.        ■	
for permission to pur-   Vancouver,   B.    C,    occupation    stem,- vHi.? noUcS that Fr«nk Maxwell of f*A      nr ^Tfc. •»•___.T __. __--_ ___.      -      , 	
'ZZl*ZVZ°Z: f™P.^JPi.ell.i-toJ_?Pl?.V P. -mission ZZZ^'ZZ. ',''::::".":'."""   «entlen.an. ^    J $1 I¥ W A. F 11  _____ 9 1? 11
lanted about twenty   io   purchase 'the   fo.iowlirg-' ' descrfbeii   l!ltendB t0 aI'l>ly for permission to pur-
iles soutl, of the  lands:    Commencing at a post  planted  ?".?!?.  following  described    lands:
.   „.„.,  ,  """'-    .-ommencng at  a  post   piunted  r!;ZoZZZZT%ZZZL    . , ut
,', . ,„• the Dominion Gov- about nine and a half miles south and   n'di miies- vvestliml ll .niies'sou h of
'   ;""' """'bed "H. ('. H.. Jen gl^*i5^»»'"'W™f  lhe  soutbeust  corner  of  the  Dominion
.    ..       nml ti      ....     cl II I lis        l"      «-"(.'     J JOIll I   lion      . -U\ Cl I   hlC'Il      KeSarVCi     i*    ..„ ,.__-.     r>    _. ■ ii    "        i    ■     i_. _r
tl   nee  nniiii   au  Ll'1  ', i.nri   nhnui   uav*n   niii.-M   in   -.     w.«t__rH   (-'"voiniiiont  Reserve, in tho  vicinity of
;...       1I1..M1-1.    -Dull   1    SU UllU    UDOUl     St.\ Oil     Illllf't.     Ill    <l        W-'Sl(JIly    /,    ,      ,,       .       ...                         ,    ,,                         ,,     ,,,
'.,   "-01"_.aln     to   the direction   iron,   the  nurlh  end  of  Swan  {ZZ'ZJ'ZZ^n    "I    M    Z    Z
„,  eoniiiinin"  010 Lake, and marked "R, L„ N.E. corner," ■Hlver'„ ana    marked     i<. M„    N.  w.
encement  containing   010 ^ west  g.  cha)n     .||.(n(i(i gouU]  _.   corner,"  thenee south  SO chains,  thence
"."■•i..    ,'    IIVMWU clmins,   Ihenee   east   SO   chains,   ihenee  f?8'  s0  Ohains,  thonce nnrth  SO chains,
 Z\ r,-i,:,,,,    le.'ni north   80   chains   lo   the   point   of  com-   then"   WLSt   s0  cl,a'ns   to   th«  Dnint  ut
Jonathan Cialiam, Abtnt. mencemen,  and  containlng    610    acres commencement    containing    oio    acres
more or less.                                            nl01'c or 'ess-
If RANK  MAXWELL,
Iboul II
s, Of
lew,
Wm
LAND  DISTRICT.
of Cariboo,
11 John Warner Comp-
■ 1,    B. C,    oecupuilon
upply for permission
ROBERTA   LEWIS,
Front Street, QUESNEL, B. C.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Kept.   13,   1010.
Jonathan Graham, Agent.
Sept.   17th,  IDIO
William   Radley,  Agent
PBA°BDtaWct oLfACm-lbooSTRICT'   '       PEACE ,I;,V,-U ^X"  ^STRICT,
lollowing   descrihed      TAKE nolice  that Joseph  Delaney of      TAKE not Ice, tha°t? I?™i«h.-i.  1   n   ,
ai   11   post  planted   Vanoouver,   H.   C,  occupation    Seaman, .en    of   Son..    Frederick ,1. Gads-
u„U,  and one  mile  Intends to apply for permission to pur- Cl erk   hi,,!     1,    ,', '.'- V"    000u.a ■""
_ corner of the Do-   ''bnse   the   following  described    la ,   . ,    , m, h .,    ,,, ° ' J', y    '"   Permission
ml about   Commeneing at  a  post    planted about land-"    L following    described
IIEIIII HARVESTER
COMPANY
id   Reserve, and  about   Commencing   at   a   post     planted   aboui     ,„,k       '■„,,,,, n-in .''"l"w,nK     ?esorlbed   A*
,  of Swan  Lake,  and   eleven nnd a half miles south and seven   ,     ,,   .^"mmencing at a  post planted   _"!-,-._,
__s S'S £SiS.»-„H,r Sa.fjSH £>£ % McCormick Mowers, Rakes and
;n,   of  commencement,   Hon  from  Swan   Lake, and  marked  -i      !■   ..'y °..,l"ut Ban.lc R'ver, a tributary  fA y-,.       , 1 .
Binders always on hand.
f commencement,   Hon  riuui  Swan  Lake, and  mnrked ".1.  rjf  I'iiie  Rlvvr,  and  marked  "F,  .1   G",
more or less. D„   X.   E.   Corner,     thence     south     SO   ...  \\-. corner,"  thenee south  SO chains, ^J
IN  WARNER COMPTON. ehulns,   ihenee   west   SO   ehnins,   thence  ,1, „ .   „„     ,       "  -••"•■-•  •%
ihan  Grnham,   Agenl.       north   SO  chains.   Ihenee  east   SO   chains   .i .      e?_"   S0  ciiains.   thenee  nnrth   SO   r
commencement  nontnln.  -_P_'?S'   thence   west   SO   cbuins   to   the  r"
r.iKi:
intends :
chase ll,
-omn.. ,11
tourteen
liit'iic.,1,1
Ir less.
l'KAt
TIK i
li   LAND  DISTRICT.
'   nf   t 'Ul'lhOO.
1 al   Matthew  Nelt  or
.   ... 1 -pattOll   Merchant.
un  pi rmlsslon In par
...nig      lies   ^^^^^
 8t    I
i-est and t
1 orner ol
.ueuee easi _o enains, thenee north SO 0A
north SO ehnins. thence east so chains 0h_lnS| tnenoe west 80 t,h.,in. tu lll(, \M
to the point oi commencement contain- ,,olnt of commencement containing 6.0 SI
mg 0 10 acres more or less. „ , y^
JOSEPH  I.E..ANEY FREDERCK  J.   GADSDEN,       tA
  1
Jonatiian Craham, Agent
Sept.  12,  1010.
PEACE  RIVER   LAND  D1STR1C.
Dlstrict   Of  Cariboo.
TAKE   nolice   that   Clan nee   li
Sept.   l.th,   1010
William   Radley,   Agent.
PEACE   RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT.
Iiislriet of L'a'-lboo
HARDWARE
OF ALL KINDS
'",.,, V, V, "I'SSi. TAKE   nolle,,   that   Clarence   Rose   of _._,_    l"su-,et of tank,,, •
,,e     about Vancouver. B.C., occupation Officer, In- TAKE  notice  that   EdwardI  Gold  of V% ^                   »»__I___P __rv  ___T •__-%.
_        1 sl "■"'1«   l"  apply   l"i   permission   lo  pur- } inooiiver,  II.  C, occupation Cup.tiilist, fA IBM    A   D \*T            W\% \\    \ JAM g\ JkJ W\
loml 'h:'-"«'   "'"   f«ll'"vlng   descrihed     lands: Intends    0 apply  for pen,,,, son        pur- ^| If1   /%   U%   i%              B8  il   IVl  ■■ [%t   if
1   ZZ,   1   -op Commencing   at   a   post   planted     ahout chase   the   following   descrihed    lanus: ^3 *¥_-_.-IT^ ___._► _»____           -_-L_r   -_• X-_-L X_r _b _i _--_-'
1          <     ,,e eleven    and   a   half    mile,    south  and Commencing ata post planted about 28 JJ A nTTr.T./^_T,m      T>  /".
NT   eon...! ■ seven  miles  west  of the southeast  cor- miles   wost   and   one   mile  south  of   the fA A LHinil/Yl.l .1        11/1
• •   Upper   Police  Coupe
1 "M. N., N.E. corner,
halns,  tiience soutl,  so
-st   su   chains,   thenee  s^1')''
to  lhe  point of    com-
niiiiig   010  acres  more
MATTHEW   N'ETT
seven  miles  west  of the southeast  cor-  miles   wost   and   one   mile  south  oFtlie
ner of  the    Dominion  Government  Re- suutheast corner of the  Dominion Gov
and about  four miles in 11 west- ernment Reserve, in the vicinity of Cut
erly  direction  from  Swnn    Lake,    nnd  Bank River, and marked "E. (j., s. W.
*
ASHCROFT, B.C.
than Graham, Agent.   .',",'',"
marked   "C.   R„   S,   I..   Corner.''   thenee  corner."  thenoe  nortli   .0 chains' thenee
st  SO chains, thence north  SO chains,  east  SO  chains   thence south  so' chuins.
containing
.AND   DISTRICT.
:   Cnrlhoo.
Herbert Stellar of
ipntlon Officer, In-
permlsslon to pur-
crlbed     lands:
Sep,.    II
I so chains, ihenee south SO Hience west SO chains to the point of
the puini of commencement commencement oontninlng 010 acres
010 acres „,..".■ or less. more or less.
CLARENCE ROSE, EDWARD GOLD,
Jonathan Oraham, Agent William   Radley,   Agent.
1910. Sept.   16th,   IQtO- h
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
I'AKK   nolice   that   Frank   Stearns   of
I'EACE   RIVER   I.AND   DISTRICT
District oi Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   thai   Harry   T.  Willett
Hon,
'•M   l.lli, 10
TAKI
[uncoil,
ii> nds
,	
posi   planted  about Vancouver,   B.  C,  uccupaiion  Steward, of Van"couv"er,"k"'c.',"oooupatlon a'entle- r*A
ps south and nine Intends   „ apply for permission to pur- mftn  11U(,n(Us t0            for permission to 4U
:,luas    euruer  o' chase   lie     ollowing   described     lands ,„,,.„,,„_„ ,1,,, r„M ,',,:,     ,   '   ,     ,        ,      _V
' wTsA S itZiioZoZ!oZz:oZZ,z;Tz\ SiE~ ? f*,?
h, thence east 80 about four miles In a westerly direction ? n'H' , U     nT'' n,lho vh'Z,ly °,f Cut
4,,   ,,llnlrlH   [,Zne from  Swan  Lnke, and  marked "K. S„ S.    *"''    '  ;"• »..   ll'"'"^  of  Pine   River.
'     : containing  140 W.  Comer,"  thence    rust    so    chains, J.™   !™*rlt?P     «. T. W..N. E. corner,"
h Ihenee norlh so chains, ihenco west so ZZ'    .!""'    ° °"'!'"s' u"'"c'° W88t 80
iKflT STELLAR clmins.  thence  south  SO  chains  to  the chains, thence  north  so chains,  thonce   ±.
nn Ural,am, .Went point   of  commencement   cuntaining   010 '"sl   Ml   chains   to   Ihe   point   of    cc.11-   *a\
b      '   1,-,-es   „,„,■ •   less menci ment   oontalnlng   010   acres   more   V
- —  FRANK   STEARNS, '"'  'ess.                                                                 ^
LAND  DISTRICT Joiialhan llrahiim, Agenl                               HARRY   T.   VVII.I.ETT,
,f i'.hii,,,,, Sepi. is, lino. ,,                       Willinm  Radley, Agent.
'  tanhoo, 1  ,«,,,,,   iCllli 1310
' l:"l"''i raggart of pj_ace river hand district.
 li'"1   ..'"Heiiian, District of Cariboo.
i",'mission to pur- TAKK  nnt|-„   lhnt  ,„,„  aolluber  of
ih scribed    inr,ds: New   ynrk  cltyi  occupation  Merohani
1
4
4
First-Class in Every Respect
l'EACK   RIVER   LAND   DISTHICT,
District uf Cnrihoo.
  ,„.,„„„„„„   „,,„»,„,      TAKE   notice   thai   Carrie   Tmld   I.ces
t   planled  about  miBndS t,,'am.lv'for permission I" our- "V Vancouver   B. C, occupation Married
3 south and nin..   _.  .1...   '     *..n i»»        .i.."..rlhed   uoinan,   intends   to   apply   for   permis-
post sion to purchase the followin
'4
I"  llll
Sepi,
PEAI
TAK]
"ulh and nln
in 1,cist oorner of
".■nt Reserve, and
w, sieriy direction
i marked "li. T.,
north so chains,
, Ihenee soutl, SO
so chains to the
"i and containing
>
lands:      Commencing     at      a      post slon to purchase the following descrlb- 4H
planled         about         eighteen         miles   ed lands:    Commencing at ,1 post plant-  W^ mj
wist and two miles south nf the soulh-   cd   about   20   miles   west   and   one   mile   Id Rflff-S    <ft 1    KSh    <-_*>   Q«_l   CftO     .__ naiiilav   __I
,.„s|    corner   of   the    Duininion   Cover,,-   south   of   Ibe   southeasi   corner   of   Ihe  M _-»aB.l.a, -P1 lOW5 $&  aiitt  ^^.OU DCr flflV   k>
mem   Reserve,   In   tiie  viciniiy   of  Cut   Dominion Government    Reserve, in lhe ?*■ __T
Bank  River, a  tributary of Pine  River,  vicinity nf Cut Hank River, a tributary  Y}   TA
"^..™ZZ::Z"iZ:.Z^Z XZ"Z % ZZZ''rw:Z,ZZZtZ'J'.ZiZ fA wtt.t. i?r.T. pnnMQ                     ^
H'-'HKRT TAGGART,
;■ "hi,,, Graham, Ag
'!   ''AND   DISTRICT.
"i Cariboo,
1 ai   Jennnle  Blrathlt
, ""Oliver,   B,  c„  oocu-
 "an,  Iniends to ap-
,"',"  t? purchase the fol-
ommoncing „i
ml   ,
itnd marked   ',». IS., S.  E. corner," them
north  SO chains,  thence wes'l  so chain
Hu nee   suulii   SO   chains
iVgVnt.   cbuins   to   the   polnl   of   eon,,,
inl,lining Q'10 acres more or le....
OTTO  aOLLUBER,
Williaiu  Rndley,  Agenl.
Pl.   ICth,   1010,
I'ln ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.... o,,,,,,.,,   W.   corner."     thence     soutl,   SO   ehains,
thenee  oust   80   Ihenee  easl   SO  chains,   thence  north   so
.  u'lice'nient   chains,   thence   west   SO   chains   to   the
point uf commencement containing 010
acres mure or less.
CARRIE TUDD LEES,
Willlum  Rndley, Agent.
Sept.   ] (Itli,  1910.
4
I
Seventy-five Comfortable Rooms
Newly Furnished.
Incidental Hotel
E. L. KEPNER, Proprietor \)t
QUESNEL, B. C. S
Good Tables. Corralls. Sample Rooms, m
Banquet Hall.       Theatre Room. R
WIRE FOR ROOMS
1
I'EACE   RIVER   LAND DISTRICT. ,,,...,,.,,   |(|V|,:|,   r.AND   DISTR]CT.
Disiiiei  ol  parllJOO. Disirici of Cariboo.
take notice thai Arthur Maxwell of TAK1.: noUoo thlll Chester Christie of
\ ancouver, B, c, occupation Gentleman, vanoouvor, B, a, occupation Gentleman,
of   llll
id  ulu
' iiu,
unI in,
nib  SO
."'•ha.  Hience no
K   Ml ehaint, lo tl
"'"  ' lalnimi  010
'llATritR   ROI.Kt.TI
• "hhlban Graham,
lair & Co.1
v.-EDY. n-.iniu-t-r. r4?
WM. KENNEDY, Manager.
Cor. Second and Hamilton Km., SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
T-U.I
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ri: i.'iv
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.' "■nineneing al > uiieuuvei,  ,,....,.. „,„...„..e  Vanecuver,  I'.. C, occu.iiitiun Gentleman, <A
ne „nd a  half Iniends   o app y for permission to pur- lnU,n,,s ,„ applv ,■„,. permission to pur- kS
lies \yosl of ii,,. chase   H.e   loiluwing  described     lands (.|m(i|,  ||](,  ,-„„,,„.,„,.    described    lands' J_
 uinlnii iioy. Commcncinn   „t   ,1   pos    plnnted   about Commenolng al a post planled about is KA
boul   four miles 17  1-1' miles WCBl nnd  IS miles soulh ol |||U(,S   w-g,   .„„,   ,q   |1||1(,s  s„|||h   ,„.   t, 4^
iron, lie north tiie south east  -nor of the ppmlnlon .southeast corner of the Dominion Gov V^l    -_.,_-._. -,■
'!',,''''. ,'•'',s- u" (1"vi>n' "'  Beservo, In the vicinity ol ,,,.,„„,,,„ Reserve, In the vicinitv of Cut *A   ~< it
"'"" 8\« i^rir::;,',;;   r;,.;1.1-? ]!^o\l!r]zz^^zz:z.z^z 4 Carry the largest stock of merchan- V
,"i 't oorner," thence north 80 cbtilns, thence t|len0e south so clmins, thence west 80 51    ,. .        ,. 6vu.uuuviivx   lll^lV^liail    m.
J  acres  east   SO  chains,   thonoe south  Ml  ehains     ,   ,  g    ,,,„,„   „,„,„   Ml     ,mtna    ,„ *A   J' '        A^i.,,'    f D-wirt^r.     .-^  1   1       __\
i'son, :.!;;:;:■.„:::',::,; zZiZZ'tzzzi -zzzz^zZ'z\tzz sk $ dlse m amtl]^   ™ces reasonable K
" '        '    "'■        ADTH^MAXW-WS.,    Wle8S' C,„,STEU  CHIHST.E.      ^^^^^^^^-^-ff,^^
l:l:   UND  DISTRICT,
1,1  "i Cariboo.
,'. '!,il1   Maud    j.iiiie,    or
j '"'ciipaiio,, wiiiow, in-
:sin„  to pur-
Roi't.  17th,   1010,
AH'I'IH'I! MAXWELL,
Willi,,,,,   Riullev,   Agent.
CFIUSTI-R  CHRISTIK,
William   Radley,   Agent.
Sept.  17lli.   1010.
tl
I'U.U'E   UIVER   I.AND   DISTRICT.
Districl i . Cariboo.
 ,„,.       'PAKE nolice  Ihai   I'ctor  I.
iloHci'lb.il     lnnds:   Vaneouver.   H.  •'
l"'sl    plaul.il   about   tends   In   11,11 l\
II,  nnd  seven   ehnso   the   I'o1,.,.....n     .• •    —   .     =  .„__.   ,
u-ner  nf  Cominenclne  nl a  posi  ohinled iibniil   20 described   lands:  ( ommoncing „t „  posi Cnnmiri
" ..s soulh  of the planted nboul   five miles soulh and one miles  wes
Dominion  Gov- mile   wesi   of   the   southeast   corner   01  soull
111 ihe viciniiy of Cut the  Dominion Government  Reserve, and emm
if  I'lne  River, ahout   five  miles  north  of  Swan   LnKe,  Hank   lllver, a  I,
X.   |.;. coiner," nnil     marked   "M,   I!    I'.,   S.E.   corner,'   and   marked     "I
wcsl   80 Ihenee  west   80  chains,  then inrlh   HU  tlicnce  soulh   sn
"lllls soiiii, nn.i „,„.'„',;   chasa  th
■''   '"nlheiisi
'''," nl   Ih
■   Wl'Slerly  ||||
,'" ",i Swnn Lake, nml ernment  R, i
',,; „''"  ' orner,"  llience Bonk  River,
north  so ehnins und  mark
______________________    ' I I
und   miles west and  two ni
linn  Brfuthnnsl  corner of tin
I'EACE   RIVKR   LAND  DISTRICT,
^^^—-— Dislrict of cnrll	
,.   King "f       TAKIO    nolice    thnt    Mary    lioswnrin       _ _
oocupnllon cicrk, in-   Proctor of Vancouver, BC, occupation Vancouver, I
r   iiern,Ission   to   ,'iir-    Married   Womnn,   Intends   to   apply   lor Intends I
following  described    lands:   iiermission   to   purciuise   the   tonowing oho
PEACE   RIVER   LAND   DISTRICI'.
I ilslrlcl of ,'ai Iboo,
TAKIO   nolice   thai   Union   Christie  of
lh
of
'ii.i' souiii so thenc
"inini'iicinient cha In."..
M    '■',','' ,'",' ||'SH' ensl   so   ei
uiu,1,   '.""''''U. mencement
"lllni Qraham, Agent 0r less.
Hi,mt,,
'.   L.   K
«n,ill, so clinins, thenci
tbence north so chain
cln,Ins   In   lhe  polnl
talnlng   010   acres   muri
I'lOACiO   RIVKR   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dislriel of Cariboo.
  ...  __ TAKIO   notice   thai     Clifford    .lames
Hon (!i ulle,mm, Rogers  of  Vaneouver,   B,  C,  occupation
i ii""lv for permission to pur- clerk,  Intends  to anply  for  permission
•   following   described    lands: to  purchase   the    following    descrihed
ng at a post planted about 21 hinds:   Commencing at  a  post   planted
I two mlles South oi  tho about 26 mlles west and one milo south
us, corner of the Dominion Gov. of the southeast corner of the Dominion
lit  Reserve, In He vicinity of Cut Government   Reserve,  in  the  vicinity  of
utary „( Pino
C,  x.   w.
lh  ice
niver, Cut Hank River, a tributary of Pine
uiiei'," River, und mnrlo.I "C. .1.' li., S. 10.
1st   so  (orner"  thenee  north  80 chains,  thenco
1V" notices Jan, 7,
Sopt.  ltJth, 1010.
UETEII   LED  KINO,
Willi,,,,,  Radios*,  Agent
thenco   chains    thencc   east   80  chains,   thenee BhnlM,  „„.,„,,  n-nh  8„  ,„;„,,,  ,,„,„,,        t S(J   ,   , south'80 o'l'mins"
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M.VRV   BOSWOI.TII   PROCTOR.      " UI'TcX  CHRISTIE.      ""'"' "cUIITiMID  .1 \MES   ROGERS
"•«• »««- m« ,hrin <"""nn'' M sepi  uu,. mZ  — —• ,„,t. tot,,. mZm"m SW?™* CITY AND DISTRICT
A. Wood Lee, who has been assisting in the local government office at
Ashcroft, has been transferred to
Clinton.
Frank Cannon has purchased the
engine and saw outfit of John Lyne,
at Soda creel., and will install it at
Quesnel to operate in cutting up
stove wood.
Work on tbe Baker creek bridge
has been going apace lately and it
will be completed shortly, it the weather moderates sufficiently to allow
workmen to continue without interruption.
Thc reconstruction of a government
bridge over the Quesnel river has
commenced in earnest. W. Haney,
the provincial bridges superintendent, who will have charge of the construction, has arrived at Quesnel,
and is already active in getting his
workmen and material together to
commence the work ol rapidly replacing the old timbers.- The provincial superintendent i.i a man of
long standing in bridge building,
having constructed many nf the
bridges along thc line of the Canadian Pacific railway in the Rockies.
He will have nbout 25 men engaged,
and the work will tn_e several weeks
It is anticipated there will be no interruption of travel over the structure while the work is going on, at
most only a few hours. Teams have
for some time been bringing down
the timbers from the Fraser mill,
and now the work can go on without
interruption.
Joseph Best, a former resident of
New Westminster, son of the late
James Best, an old-timer of Sapperton, was frozen to death on the trail
near Tete Jaune Cache on the headwaters of the Fraser river, near the
Yellowhead Pass, during thc cold
snap of one month ago.
While at work on the survey line
near Soda creek, with L. G. Gunn's
G. T. P. party, Charley Ware, one
of the members, had the misfortune
of getting his left foot soaking wet,
with the consequences that he froze
the toes so badly that the little one
had to be amputated, at Quesnel, the
fore part ot the month. Dr. Beech
performed thc operation. The accident occurred during the recent cold
snap, when the weather was 40 below. Mr. Gunn accompanied the injured man and, after making every
provision for the comfort of Mr.
Ware, left again for Soda creek.
The Quesnel Observer has been disposed of by the Northern Interior
Printing Co. The new management
is under A. Dollenmaycr, publisher,
and J. G. Hutchcroft, manager.
The new hospital at Quesnel, has
opened its doors. A letter from J.
A. Fraser, M. P. P., states that a
f.OO donation by the government
would be available April 1.
James Boyce, an old-timer in the
district, passed away at Barkerville
January 7. He came to British Columbia in the early sixties on the
steamer "Sonora."
A new company has been floated at
Barkerville, called thc Terminal City
Mining Co., with Thomas A. Blair as
president, and Messrs. L. Ford and
A. McKinnon, directors. They have
acquired valuable (|uart„ holdings on
Red Gulch and Island Mountain. A
shaft has been sunk to a depth of
50 feet and the company arc continuing operations as far as possible
under the present conditions.
There is an epidemic of measles at
Quesnel and schools have been closed
in consequence.
Skating on the Fraser river, at the
mouth of thc slough, was enjoyed by
a large number of residents Saturday and Sunday. The ice was fair,
and led a number of hockey players
into the making of arrangements for
a match, but the snowfall at night,
which appears to be one of the peculiarities of the district, both with
respect to rain nnd snow, dispelled
any further thought of a match being
arranged. The one and only accident reported befell Miss Taylor,
who had the misfortune to fall and
dislocate her knee cap, while executing the thrilling and difficult lig-
ure eight Sunday afternoon. Tne patient was brought to town by Dr.
Monro, and is today reported convalescent, after several days' confinement to her room.
Joe Quaw left Friday for down river to bring back a horse believed to
be one that strayed from the Nortli
Coast company's band early last
summer. The animal, a 1200-lb. one,
was seen by parties coming up the
cast side of the Fraser last week in
a starving condition,
Mr. and Mrs. MacHaffie, who were
expected here last Sunday afternoon,
huve been detained at Quesnel for a
fortnight, Thc delay in arrival has
been occasioned by Mr. Harrison, of
the B. N. A. branch nt Quesnel, having met with an accident, which necessitated the remaining over of Mr.
MncIIaflie ponding Mr. Harrison's recovery.
The Nnrth Const Land Co., Ltd.,
has increased its paid-up capital to
one million dollars. The company
controls some of the best holdings in
the Fort Goorge district and the volume ol business transacted by the
Nortii Coast is stated to be the largest ol any of the numerous companies operating in agricultural lund
in the district. Mr. Edward Roberts is the sales agent in South Fort
George.
The interior of the Club Pool
Room is undergoing a series of alterations and renovations which will
greatly add to the charm of thc
much-frequented place. Tbe ceiling
and walls have been oiled, preparatory to receiving a coat o- dull red,
und other minor improvemts for
the convenience of guests is under
contemplation by Messrs. Bureh &
Luke. From the uniform und
sprightly attendance throughout the
winter the proprietors feel that they
may be called upon to enlarge their
premises ami add more tables to the
number in the spring. The success of
the establishment of thc pool room
last summer has far exceeded the expectations formed by Messrs. Burch
& Luke at thc time of its installation.
Mail came in on time Monday. It
was brought in by an experienced
real estate driver.
J. Counts ennic all the way from
Alberta to start a pool room at Central. He came, he saw, and he left
on the next stage.
W. J. DeBeck, manager of the Alberta Telephone Co,, in South Fort
George, who has been in poor health
since he arrived here last summer,
has been ordered a change of climate
and in consequence J, 0. Williamson
is taking the patient as far ns Quesnel, where the regular stage will be
taken (ur Ashcroft. Mrs. DeBeck
accompanied her husband. H. C.
Seaman will accompany the party as
far as Blackwater. It is expected to
drive through to Blackwater without
stop.
I. A. White, the freighter, arrived
from Quesnel Monday noon with ?.,-
000 pounds of freight. He says thc
road is in bad shape, and sleighs
cannot be loaded to advantage.
The local Conservative association
hold a meeting this evening in their
hall on Fourth street. All good
Conservatives are invited to be present. The meeting has been called
for S o'clock.
The regular weekly dance was held
last night and was numerously attended.
FORT GEORGE  LANI)  DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
Take notice that John Tutlis, of
Fort George, 11, C, occupation
rancher, intends to apply for iiermission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post, planted at
thc N. 1.. corner of Lot 4867; thence
south 20 chains; tbence cast 20
chains; thence north 20 chains;
thence west 20 cbains l.o point of
eommencement, contalnll g 'HI acres
morc or Irss.- JOHN TUTLIS.
Andrew Miller,  agent.
Doc. 13, l'Jlu.
I h-l i,,.
:i aLi.V.
.» NOTICE.
Strayed on to thc premises of Bun-
can McKenzie, Blackwater road, one
bay horse, marked on the right side,
with star on forehead and two white
hands. If not claimed and expenses
of feed and this notice paid for, said
horse will be sold by public auction
thirty days from date of lirst publication of this nolice.
DUNCAN McKENZIE.
February 10, 1911.
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT,  1910
Section (Nineteen.)
Notice is hereby given that on the
twenty-rim day' of February next,
application will be made to the superintendent of provincial police for
the grant of a license for the sale of
liquor by wholesale in and upon thc
premises known as the South Fort
George'Restaurant, situate at South
Fort George, B. C,, upon tin' Ian Is
describod as Lot numbered fourteen,
in block numbered fifteen, in District
Lot numbered nine hundred and thirty-three,
A. K. B0DRCH1ER,
January 21, 1911.
a____--L'ag-------»-_^.g;'--_frA.^
Nell McLean
CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Estimates fin. isheU
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C. {
j    If you want the cheapest
and best
Gas Lamp
$5 to $50
100 to 2000 candle power
OIL RENDERS DUCKS HELPLESS
SAN RAFAEL, Cal., Feb. JO. -
Caught in a tarry coating tossed
upon them by the waves over
2000 wild ducks, unable to lly cr
feed, are awaiting death in the water of Point Pedro. Many of them
drift ashore and endeavor to Ond
shelter in thc rocks.
Almost, every variety of duel-
known in this section is included
among the victims. The principal
varieties affected are widgeon, blue
ball, canvas-back and teal.
An examination of the birds shows
that their feathers are saturated
with crude oil which some ono has
allowed to escape into the bay. Once
in the bay thc oil forms a thin, tarry coating over thc water and the
winds and tide carry it to all parts
of the bay. In this way it drifts
over flocks of waterfowl. Their feathers become saturated to such an
extent that they are unable to fly or
even guide themselves in the water.
The result is that death by starvation awaits each victim.
The doomed birds began drifting in
to Point Pedro last night, and by
sundown hundreds were resting on
thc beaches. The quarry crews and
ranchers in thc vicinity carried away
hundreds. Several fishermen also
loaded their boats.
It is thought tbat this destruction
of ducks is ten times greater than
the evidence at Point Pedro shows,
Reports from West Ran-Pablo Bay
say that thc same condition prevails
there and (hat thc marsh nnd tule
In that section is filled with the ill-
fated waterfowl.
For your business or home
Communicate with
R.R.Carver
Quesnel, B.C.
Districts of
Fort George, Nechaco Vailey, Fraser
Valley, Bulkley Valley end Stcney Creek
For Sale
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 Agent, Auctioneer
Valuator.
Offices:
South Fort George and Fort Gecrge
Telegraphic address:
"Erin," Fort George,  B.C.
fi.;? "nc i«ra. rjsv;
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
Di-trict of Cariboo
Take notice that Andrew Miller, of
Fort George, 11. 0., occupation
rancher, intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
thc N. B, corner of Lot 4_5S; thenco
north 20 chains; thence west 40
chain,;; thence south 20 chains ;
thenee cast 40 ehnins to point of
commencement, eontaining 80 acres,
more or less.    ANDREW MILLER.
Dec. 12, 1910,
THE
CLUB POOL R00.
THIRD AND   HAMILTON STi
A Fresh Shipment
of Oranges, App5.es
and Lemons to hand
Four pool tables
Splendid environments
BURCH & LUKE, Proprietors
■►»*•%»*»»■»»»*»»•%-»»•*»»»»
JOHN 6i.HR
Builder and Contractor *
Plans and Blue Prints
Furnished,
Estimates Submitted.
Cor. Thapage and Second
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
• tiP
BAN.
Robert Kennedy, New Westinh,
ster.
J.   A,   MITCH.-.!,, I..;,,      (.,„,,,,. ,
Vi.inn.'i.  II. G, '"I'li.iliM,
■      Heat! 0«7icc: VANCOUVER, H. C.      ff-==_:_-J
CAPITAI, AUTHORIZED - - 32.000,000
n i it e ,' t o ii S :
Unnan,    M-Fccly  &  Co..   Wliolosalo
Hardware,  Vancouver,   B.C.
M.   D.   CAIU.IN,   i''.si;..   Vice President,
Capitalist, Victoria,  B.C.
HIS  HONOR T-  VI.  PATERSON, bleu-       E.  11.   HEAPS,   Esq.,   E.   II.   float™ s
tcnnnt-Oovcrnor British Columbia. Oo.,   Lumber  and  Timber;   pr,.a,?,,.,,
1„ v.. SHATKORD, Esq,, M.L.A., M...   i    Columbia Trust  Co..  Ltd.,   Vancou-
,        .       11     i 1 . v      i t ( ' 'LTjij.^ji
IV. H. MALKIN,  fci-q'.. The W.  H.Mai-   .  J.  A.   HARVEY,  Esq.,  K.C.   lorm.n.
ldn  Co.,    Ltd.,    Wholesale  Grocers,        ot Cranbrook,  B.C., Vancouver, u ,'■
Vancouver, B.C. A, _,. DEWAR, General Manac'-r'
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Fori G. >orce Branch; F. N. DEWAR, Manager.
I
Assels Exceed Fifty Mi'licn Dollars
orth America
Your money is safer in the Bunk than in your house or in your
pocket, lt is not tied up. You can get it out at any time without delay. NOTES discounted. Local and Foreign Drafts bought
and sold.  COLLECTIONS made promptly.   Money Orders Issued.
Fort George Branch,
L. G. MacHaffie, Mgr.
1*4 S
THE TRADERS' BANK OF CANAD
Head ©Sice: - TORONTO, ONT.
When you hand the 'store-keeper a cheque for his account
there is no need to bother about the receipt. The bank keeps
that for you, and it doesn't matter whether you want it next
week or a year hence, the record of the payment is always
there.
We will be glad to explain how to use a checking account.
Capital and Surplus - $0.550.noo
II. C. SEAMAN, Manager.
SOUTII FORT GEORGE, B. C.
<J
EADQUARTERS
/
FOR
5
YOU CAN STILL BUY
Good Land at Reasonable Prices
and On Very Reasonable Terms.   Title Perfect.  ~"~
Write for further information to
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
Or to their local sales agent, Edward Roberts,  South Fort George.
General Offices:   410,411, 412 Winch Bldg., Vancouver, B. C.
London Office:   6 Old Jewry.
PAID-UP CAPITAL,
$1,000,000.
T   BUY   ON   PAPER
We don't ask you to purchase South Fort George lots by
making a pencil mark on a townsite plan   You would
be safe in so doing, but if skeptical
Zr
--_.       COME TO
Pflf.I  F
-^
«=_a    Investigate Our Proposition   -=-'
and you will find a good live town    Two banks, saw mil
pool hall, newspaper, two general stores,splendid
hotel, bakery, stationery store, mail-boat
. landing, scores of buildings,
and crowds of  satisfied   buyers
WRITE FOR INFORMATION TO
172 Hastings lit., VANCOUVER, B. C.
Second St., SOUTII FORT GEORGE, B. C.
gore & McGregor,
B, C. LAND SURVEYORS
W   ill have u party in the field during lho whole of coming winter.
Victoria and
Fort George. B. C.
P. G. 1_. BODEKER
Land and Timber CRUisi.it
Pre-emptions Located.
.SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B, C.
Estimates S-HMItted,

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