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 One hundred millions will be
pvnended   by   the G.   1.V.
hrough   inland B. C    Fort
, eorge is the key 	
ILiUranr of Legiglativ*	
FtfiiT GEORGE HERALD
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n  investment in the district ,
tha most profitable one in
e world.  It is sure,  steady
nd remunerative
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VOLUME  1,   NO. 54
SOUTH   FORT   GEORGE,   B.C.,   AUGUST   19,   1911
AU(i Z. 19
$3  DOLLARS PER ANNUM
THE FORT GEORGE HERALD, AGE 1.--WHAT WE HAVE DONE.
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/Ctoria. b.
This is the first anniversary of The
flerftld's publication. We came into existence on the twentieth of August, 1910, in a
12.18 shuck on Second Street. Our lirst
issue wus printed on an old "Army" press;
the Hiume old type grinder on which we
printed the initial issue of the "Cnriboo
Observer," in Quesnel, three years ago. We
have now the most complete plant in the
North country, and we are still growing,
to keep abreast of advancing development,
During the lirst year of publication The
Herald has endeavoured to publish material
calculated to advance the best interests of
the district. We have taken a stand against
unscrupulous townsite concerns that have
menanced Fort George by Hooding the continent with advertising literature conveying
u totully false impression of the prospects,
state of development, and even the property
\alues here, today. Our policy has become
strenuous ns the wild-cutters sought means
(o accomplish our destruction. Their methods huve led us to investigate theim thor,
oughly, ntrd we found, when our investigations terminated, that iI_o men whose operations hero were so flagrantly abortive, and
whom wo sought to expose, wore a galaxy
Local and Provincial
Tlie first fraternal and secret society to
organize in South Fort George came into
being this week, by tho issuance of a Dispense ion to the Oddfellows here, for the
proper establishment of their recently cre-
\d. Ii... John Campbell hns been appointed
nli'd lodge, to be known as Cariboo Lodge
Dislrict Deputy Grand IIaster, to organize
the lodge. Mr. Campbell organized the lodge
in Princeton. He informs us that at. the
present time there are about a score of the
society's members in South Fort George.
Several meetings have been held already,
mid the work of the society is well begun.
The Oddfellows have the largest membership
ni any secret society in America.
\V, J. Mackay,   of    The    Herald, left on
Monday last for a visit to the coast. Mr.
Mackay expects to bo away about a month
during which period the duties of the office
lull upon the editor. Jt is a hard proposition
lo edit a paper, and at the same time print
it, set it up; think of sarcastic things to sny
about people that don't advertise; keep up
steam in the boiler; chase the wolf away
Irom the door; find out what's wrong with
the Inacliinery, and figure out the profit and
loss account. People imagine it's as easy as
ki('-iii_'la,.|i_mb in the face, but it is'nt.
Chinese lotteries arc prohibited by law.
They are played behind the scenes in the
Chinese colonies that infest our big cities.
The man who wants to take a chance must
know where to go. He will have to pick his
way through narrow alleys, reeking of thc
humid atmosphere of congested Oriental life,
in an air laden with thc strange scents of
their drugs, the fumes of opium, and the in-
seence of the praying tapers that smoulder
by the lintel in their narrow doorways. Entering, lie finds himself in a room, th_ walls
ot which are pasted with the winning combinations that have been paid by the lottery, and his gambling instinct is aroused.
lhe system is simple. A square of paper
covered by meaningless Chinese characters
is handed Wm. According to the amount of
money he can afford, up to the limit al-
loived by thc game, he 'marks them off. The
Mongolian banker duplicates the markings
on his sheet and takes your money. A game
characters on the shoot that correspond to
ls played whieh results in tho marking of
certain characters on the sheet that correspond to a combination arrived at in tho
''i'i' game. If a percentage of your numbers
(ilsu correspond, you are paid. The game is
advertising lies. Companies that work this
"nd is never troubled by bad ldsers. Yet the
l"'lice hunt tho lotteries out and break them
up. The greatest lottery in B. C, or elsewhere, is the townsite lottery, carried on
"'om sumptous offices, nnd supported by
"tivcrtising lies. Companies that work this
game send out to their sales solicitors —
diey will not call thorn agents, as to do so
w"uld implicate them in their methods —
certain blocks of theor lots. These blocks
"lay bo in any portion of tho wild-cat
"iln. They produce the advertising literature
io the come-on crowd, and in tho same
tiannor as the persecuted Chink, thoy rouse
'ho gambling instinct by promise of quick
"nd wonderful gain. Tho gambler tnkes a
P-noil and marks off his lot on the lottery
blue-print, pays his money nnd takes an
"ilorim receipt. There is no come-back, and
n° limit to tho piny. No ono hns a decent
K'iow of winning a dime when buying wild-
c«t realty in that manner, yet if ho does not
kot'P up his paymonts ho loses all his pny-
of got-rich-quick artists, who could give J-
Rufus Wallingford curds and spades and
bent him hands down. We found thnt their
loading light wus n man who had faced
charges of swindling and embezzlement in
Chicago and Minneapolis, and who had
ulso been arrested for wire-tapping, and for
running a gambling house, back in that
country; Such gentry, dear reader, you will
admit, wore worth watching, und especially
so when they were floating n huge townsite
three hundred miles from the neurest ruij-
rond point, by scattering a white pull of
lying advertising literature over tb- continent, in whieh they forecasted the policy of
the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway to suit
themselves and elutored their advertising
maps with u network of railroads that
exist, in many cases, in the hund suchels of
charter-mongers only.
Tb_ advertising bait was laid to catch
the widow's mite, and'the hoarded tops of
the bell-hop. No sane individual, with an
ounce of businoss acumen, would have invested a red cent on the strength of some of
their advertised statements. They wore too
plainly the production pf the trained ad.-
writer of marvellous   exaggerative ability,
and to a man who knew anything of tho
situation, they spoke of abberation in the
mind of the writers. Yet thoy served the
purpose of the lot, peddlers, and savings
bunk deposits all over North America were
depleted to enrich the men behind the
scheme.
The press was palpably gttgged with advertising. Willi tho exception of a few weekly papers it remained somnolent. One mercenary publication sold itself from editor to
printer's devil lo bolster up the promoter's
proposition against the attacks of "Toronto
Sanirdiiy Night," an eastern publication
thut had caught from afar I In' scent of llie
wild-cut in these northern woods. The
Herald stayed right on the Bring line nil the
time. We are still there, and are going lo
stay. The flim-flamers campaign against us
during the year has been a continuous onslaught. They tried first to buy us, then
they endeavoured to intimidate us, and failing in that they again hold out their slimy
hands to us filled with their pilfered gold.
They tried to steal our advertising support
and so push The Herald over tho brink of
financial ruin. And we have lived — one
whole yea)'.
When The Herald came hero to establish,
we opened up on the aforementioned shack
on Second Street, in the ombryo city of
South Fort George. We had no affiliations
i with the promoters of this townsite, and
we bought our lot, built our building and
planted our plant   here because it was the
! only logical place to locate on in advance of
the policy of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company's announcement of their in-
\ mentions regarding   their   townsite    policy.
I The wildcatters offered us a subsidy to go
out into the woods and locate on their site.
When we say that we have no affiliations
witli the Northern Development Company,
who owned this townsite, we might add
thai  we further   have   never  had any pre-
i lentions of approving or lauding their moth-
| oils of promotion.    This town built itself.
: The promoters do not own a dog-kennel on
! the townsite, and    their development eon-
! sisted solely in clearing and grading the
streets, and slashing part of the site. The
public built the town.
Whilst we huve been harrasing the feline
enemy hereabouts, wo have also endeavoured to show the public the infinite possibil-
j itios of this section. We have blazoned ab
road the fact that the greatest transcontinental railroad on the continent will
bisect this place. We have shown lhat the
geographical location of fort George, together with tao physical character of the
country which is convergent lo it have made
il a predestined railroad centre, in I In' heart
of a country productive of soil, rich in mineral and timber resources.
The Herald will not advocate a brand of
publicity that is calculated to entice a horde
of sl,impellers to this place, impressed with
ihe idea that this is a humming metropolis,
; with railroad construction at our portals.
I We will endeavour to continue to give llie
public sane and reliable advice upon thc situation hero, and will continue a relentless
war againsl tlie wild-cat operators until
such linn' as lhe development of this city by
the advent of railroad communication, shall
prove the worthlessness of the huge towh-
whose wail- will rise up towards lhe skies
site, by the presence of the buncoed buyers
when they see (heir lots. Then our task in
this direction will be accomplished, ami no
one cun poinl the finger of acqusation al us
and say that we have failed in our duty/to
the public, or classify us as accessories In-
fore tlle fact to criminals who are obtaining
money under false pretences.
spiritual supervision of ithe Roman Catholic
Church, whoso Oblate Missionaries have
ministered to them for many years. At one
time the question arose whether the Beaver
fell under the ban of the church as nn article
of diet upon days when mont must not be
eoton. Although the Beaver is generally described as an amphibious animal, so largely
did the Indians depend upon them for their
daily food, that they were allowed to consider beaver fish, to all intents and purposes, benver have dissapearcd from different parts of the world in which thoy once
thrived, we do not believe thnt this section
has ever been troubled by the remotest possibility of their extinction. They have in
reality grown to be a pest in many parts of
the country where the Indian hunters have
not thinned them out. For centuries thc red
men hnve farmed them systematically. They
realized thnt the beaver was their greatest
boon, and care has always been taken by
them not to hunt in such a way as to
threaten their extermination. On the creeks
of the upper Fraser todny, especiully on the
thc big gume reserve, the rodents are doing
the country considerable damage. They are
gregarious, and live in Inrge colonics whore
birch nnd poplar trees are plentiful. They
never eat the bark of coniferous trees, and
usually choose some sluggins stream to colonize, whieh they enlarge and deepen by the
building of the dams, which flood large
arens of lund, nnd often impede road bui.d-
ing and spoil lands for settlement in some
degree.
An artist once asked the Herald scribe if
tltere was any scenery hero, worth setting in '
canvas and pigment., ns a pride und glory
for evermore. We suid there wasn't. That the
scenery wus uninteresting on the Fraser except tho canyons. Perhnps living on the
edge of things dulls us to the appreciation
of the beauty in the world around us. If you
don't believe us go and sit on the river bank
and watch the moon come up over the high
bank ncross the Fraser here. It is reflected
on tho further renches of thc upper rivor
whore the banks are lower, before the great
luminous disc shows up nbove the tree
tops. Across thc big muddy stream a camp
fire flickers ut the stiund of tho Siwush
salmon fisher. No sound breaks the stillness
of the night, save, perhaps, the howling of
a coyote prowling in the woods behind tho
hills silhouetted against tho moon's radi-
ence. It is a peaceful land. As the moon
mounts upward in the firmanent the rivor
that has been hiding in tho shadows, unfolds in a groat silver ribbon, and flows
noislessly past tho town, whilst faintly
fnUn across the river, comes the monotinous
tone of the lndiun salmon song.
Yos, that would make a picture, but how
introduce the Siwush ditty?
HON.THOS. TAYLOR PLEASED WITH VISIT.
monts. And   still  thoy talk  ubout tho advance of civilization.
A Circular Letter.
This is a sample of the brand of lying circular hitters sent out from the hend office of
tho Nnturnl   Resources Security Compnny,
of Vnncouvor, to enduco the poor benighted
bell-boys   nnd servant   girl   lot owners to
complete puyment for their lots before they
find out what they havo bought.
Confidential.
Advance Notice.
To Lot Holders:
Tho Grand -Trunk Pacific Rnilwuy
have selected the site for their passenger
station nt Fort Goorgo - 4 blocks - less
than 1320 feet oust of Fraser Avenue, Fort
Goorge townsite.
The Hon. Thomas Taylor, .Minister of
Public Works, who is now on his annual
tour of inspection of the province, arrived
here on Thursday last on the Steamer B.
X. accompanied by John A. Fraser, M. P.
P. It hus long been Mr. Taylor's intention
to visit the Fort George country and gain
some information from personal observation to assist him in administering the wants
of this section from his own department.
The trip has been a revelation to Mr.
Taylor in many ways.He had no idea that
the country was of a nature that was so
easy to clear, and to bring under cultivation
as he finds it. At the request of the local
Conservative Association Mr. Taylor addressed a public meeting in the Fort George
theatre yesterday evening. The meeting was
well attended, and the Minister was accorded n hearty welcome when he mounted the
platform. Mr. P. Campbell, president of the
South Fort George Conservative Association wus in tho chair, and introduced the
spenkc of the evening in a lew brief remarks
upon the gratification felt af seeing the Fort
George District included, for the lirst time
in history, in the itinerary of the Minister
of Public Works when on his inspection
tours. Mr. Taylor, on tho platform, stated
that he was not here with the intention of
campaigning, but was inspecting the public
works hero and perfecting his knowledge of
the country's requirements. In Victoria. Mr.
Taylor said, the government had a very
hazy idea of the resources and the requirements of the Northern Interior country.
Since the visit of Premier Mc. Bride last
year however, tho ministers had been in a
much better position to appreciate the requirements of the country than previously.
Speaking on tho political issue Mr. Taylor
harked back to the old story of the surplus.
How Mr. McBride had taken office in 1903,
when the country wus discredited in thc
world's money markets, and how today it
bad a surplus of two million dollars. The
Herald ventures to suggest thnt the government should paint the amount of this surplus on the windows of their public buildings
in the same manner ns the banks do. Whenever a Minister of the McBride government
takes the platform ho is always sure of his
ground when he enunciates in an impressive
The British Columbia Express Company have officially announced (lie terminus of their stenmboat lines on the l.e-
chaco River front of the Fort George
townsite.
The railway company will make an
official public announcement within two
weeks.
The li. C. & Alaska Railway Passenger Station has been selected in Fort
Goorgo townsite.
Every lot sold by our Company will
havo an enormous advance in price.
On the other hand "Soulh Fori
George" und oilier additions affiliated
with "South Port George", are from l_
.miles to ii miles from any railway station
and the main steamboat wharves.
Tha above advance information is
given to you for these reasons.
• 1 - You will bo protected by knowing
tho inside fuels nnd therefore not sell your
property for less thnn the market value
will bo when the public announcement is
made.
2-If you wish to lake advantage of
the advance in price and make a quick
profit of several hundred per cent on your
investment you can do so by listing your
manner, though with a, mien of modest
pride, the amount of the government's surplus. Then there is always some fellow in
the hall that understands the cue and gives
a preliminary hand clap to test the results
of the announcement, nnd immediately the
applause is turned on.— We have never soon
it fail. On the reciprocity issue Mr, Taylor
spoke at some length, He referred to the
period, after the civil war, when the country
to the south of us threw down the tariff
wallin order to institute free trade relations
with the great supply area to the north of
j  her,  whilst the big nation was recovering
| her shattered trade. Then came the time
when the States, having recovered from the
deplorable effects of the great war sufficiently to enable to resume her protective truiff,
I again protected the trade of her country
from northern competition by the raising of
an even higher tariff wall than that which
had existed before. Then went Canada to
Washington, supplicating the government
of the United States to assume a moasute
of reciprocal trade relations with Camilla,
to be repeatedly refused. In the year 1897,
Mr. Taylor reminds us, Sir Wilfred Laurier
stated in the House of Parliament at
(Htawa, thut Canada would no longer seek
recoprocity, but would in turn raise tariff
wall in order to institute free trade relations
whieh she today enjoys with Groat Britain
under the preferential tariff. Now that the
resources of tho United States are in some
measure depleted of material that in this
country is superabundent for consumption,
we are in turn approached by our neighbors to the south, and requested to assume
the very relations that were refused us
in our time of need years ago, after we have
developed a great trade with the rest of the
British Empire. Mr Taylor also dwelt upon
the Imperialistic standpoint, tiiat was involved in the issue. He showed that the British
Empire was being more closoly knit together
j by the enjoyment of trade relations among
the colonies and Great Britain, that were
resulting Io the greatness and commercial
supremacy of the Empire. In speaking of the
approaching   Federal   election   Mr. Taylor
I stated that he hoped that Mr. Burrell would
receive the support of tho voters who de-
] sired to do justice to the country they lived
in   Marl in Burrell, said Mr Taylor, was one
properly.    There will be demand  for  more
lots thnn can be supplied,
(hose who wish to resell should have deed
to their property.
If you wish to pay up (he balance due
In order to facilitate transfers nil
and get an indefeasible titlo you can do
so. If puyment is made at once, we will
allow 5 per cent, discount (one twentieth)
on balances of less than $100 and 10 per
cent, discount (one tenth) on balances
8100 and upward.
Remittances   on    this 'offer   must be
made at   once.   We guarantee everything
stated above.
Truly yours,
(leorge J. Hammond.
President.
Natural Resources Security
Company., Ltd.
Note the dale, January 3rd. Read thc
"dope"; fabrication of lies. That is a fair
sample of George ,1. Hammond's methods of
promotion. Thai is a sample of thu material
he used in the promotion of the famous
defunct Coo Commission Company, of
Chicago, which went fluey with its promoter
I leorge Hammond, up against tho law for
embezzlement    aud  larceny.  Hammond   is
of Canada's great men. He was attracting
attention from one end of the land to
tho other by his lectures before (he Canadian
| Clubs and public gatherings. Mr. Taylor's
I speech was full of interesting information.
j His argument against reciprocity was a
' strong and sane appeal to lhe public of
Canada to conserve raw material and
produce for home manufacture and consumption, or (he shipment to markets that
are ajready established. His address terminated by references to the good work of this
district's representatives, Mr. .1. A. Fraser,
of Quesbel, and Dr. Callahan of Barkerville.
Mr. Campbell called upon our member lo
take the platform. Mr. Eraser spoke of the
good work thai Mr. Taylor had been doing
in the Province as Minister of Public Works.
He explained that Cariboo was receiving
tho third largest appropriation in the list
of the province's districts. That the expenditures for the year in public works in (his
district were very large. Mr. Taylor spends
five and a half millions in the carrying out
of his official duties this year, said Mr.
Eraser, and of this sum Cariboo was getting her share in proportion to her necessities. .He spoke at some length upon the
reciprocity issue, supporting Mr. Taylor's
views, and adding some good arguments of
his own, by discussing the measure as a
business proposition to be looked at in a
strictly business light. The meeting terminated with (he close of Mr. Feasor's speech,
and all adjourned to the McGagl.ren-Thorne
Hall where a banquet had been prepared.
Mr. A. (i. Hamilton presided as toast
master and fulfilled his duties admirably.
The toast list is too lengthy to permit of
our reproducing it here as our space is limited, ue would record the fact that no
| toast was left out of (he list, and (hat the
\ responses were listened to with interest and
j appreciation. After the banquet Mr. Taylor
! was carried, shoulder high, to (lie bo.al in a
chair. Auld Lang Syne was sung on tiie deck
with hands joined around the big ismoke
slack. Mr. Taylor can not but appreciate
the genuineness of his farewell to South
Fort, Georg-, and leaves us assured of the
goodwill of the whole dislrict toward tic
department of Public Works in the province
of British Columbia.
showing himself to be a bigger line every
dav.
Tte restriction   placed on   the killing of
beaver, nortli of the Blackwater Riva. applying (o white   hunters, which restriction
went  into force   three   years ago.  is automatically cancelled al the end of the month
by the lapse of time in which i( was to remain in force. The brder-in-council that prevented the killing of Beaver in this interior
section, originally   was intended to extend
to  the  Indians also.   When  (he red  men  of
the Fort George and Fort St.Ja.nes reserves
were informed that they would not be allowed to   kill tl.,,   animals such a wail of
horrified dismay   arose that tho Hudson's
Bay   allicials,   together     with tl.v    Indian
missionaries, hastened to plead tho injustice
of depriving them of one of their greatest
means of sustenance, and that part of the
order was    rescinded.   The   Indians of the
Northern   Interior    country   are under the
Tho Cariboo Observer has passed into the
hands of Ed. Kepner, proprietor of ihe Occidental hotel, in Quesnel. Mr. Kepner will
be up against a nice point in good business
judgement wl.i. u it conies to hiring printers.
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PljACIS RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Disti'ict  «l Carilmn.
TAKK   notice     lliut   Walter   Sell   Mc-
Lolhm,   «f    Vancouver,    B,    <:..   oeoiipution
miner, inteiuls In apply Inr permission tu
purclmse iiie rollowinu dcscnucd l.imls:-
Commencing ul a poBt (ilanted on the
west liallk nl Ilultwiiv River anout 30
miles, downstream limn tlie moutli ol
Cvpress Creek; thencc soutli Ho elmins;
li thencc east 8o eliuins; Ihenee north Jo
t chains, mure or less, to river lunik, thencc
c west, lollowillf; rner linns, to point ol
,   commencement, containing 4S0 aires more
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WALTER SCOTT MiT.EI.LAN.
Frank W.atsou, ajjent.
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PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District nt Cariboo.
TAKI-:  lioticc that  James William  Mc-
usiii'ii,   nl  Dawson,    V, T.,  occuiiation
liner,  intends lo upply lor iiermission lo
irchnse the following described lands:-
Commencin}!   at   a   pnst   planleil  on   the
est   bunk      nl   Hallway   River   uliullt   2o
ilis downstream from the mouth of Cyp-
s_ Creek; IbcllCc west So atiains; llience
illtll 80 chains; Iheuce east 80 eliains;
icnce norlli H„ chaius to point of com-
icncetnenl, cout-iiliiiig (mo acres more or
c.1'0.      JAMES WILLIAM McQUSTION,
frauk Wnlson, agent.
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PEACE RIVKR LAN'll DISTRICT. PEACH RIVER I.AN'D DISTRII ..
District ni Cariboo, Dlslriel ol Caribou.
TAKE  notice   Umt  Charles    Brown,  ol TAKE notice  ilml Tom Alliiii.nl \
Vancouver, u. c. nccnputitni Miner Intends -buvcr, I). C. Dcciinutioii Aliuiti" Engin
to   upply   Ior   permissioi)   lo   purehuse   the | inieiuls to apply  fur permiaslon  to pu
Inlluwiiig described Inlidsi— use the [ollowing descrihed lands
Commencliig al a post p! .tiled . mile I Commencing ill u pnsl planted ou
wcsl irom Ilailway River about l.| miles j west bank nf Halfway Rivel nboal
downstream   from lhe inmith  nl Cvnress  miles downatrctun from the ti li'■( <
Creek; thence west 80 chains; Uienee north ress Creek; Ihenee west Ko chnins; l'1'
80 chnins; tiience eusi Ko chains: tlicnce north Ko ehnins; tlicnce ensl So .!i
South 80 chnius to poinl nl eniniiieueelnetil, mnre or less In river bank, llielue s
containing (-pi neres more nr  less. \ iilniig    river    liallk   to  point   nt
Je.lo. CHARLES BROWN,
February 38U1., 1911,   frnnk Watson, agt,
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South Fort George, 38. C.
GENERAL
MERCHANTS
k Ladies
PEACE RIVEH I.AN'D DlbiRICT.
District ol Cariboo,'
TAKE notico that Georj»e Ayrcsomc, ol
Vancouver B. (.'., occupation travelling
salesman, intends u> nmMy in- nermission
to  pnrcliase  the  following described   lunds:
CommenciniT at  a  post  planted on  tlie
west  bank   i.f Hallway   River  ubmit   \y
miles do.viisti.am frnm tin- Uic in>>itih ul
Cypress Creek;     llience   west     Ho   chaini
thence   north
ehains, nmre nr less, tn river bank, i lien
smith   almijr   river   bank   In   pi.int   of  cmn
men I ,c
Je   lu
March ist., U)\i
i>H  b.\o  acres
TOM AU.AN,
Prank Wat* n   «
a
S-
PEACE RIVER I.ANIl Pi
Districl i.i Cariboo
TAKE nolice ll.nl Joe Sli,"
itiver 11. I'., occup
i   upply   Inr   pernii
lli.Will-   ill
Commencin. nt a po*
went Irom llnlhvny Riv
miles down stream Inn
80   eliains;   thelice   eust   40 j Cypress   Creek;     llience
tlicnce sot
chuins;   tlicnce   norlli
>1 We are specializing on ladies' waists this week from
3 a stock tbat lias no two patterns alike,
'4 ll is a pleasure Co have us show them to you.
g^-tt__i__tf/A'W<A'^f^'^^^^^^^^^ff--i-tJ-«sM^ii^a
itielieement,   containing  500  net
lcSS,
,'s ninie or
Je.io. GEORGE AYRESOME.
February 281I1., mu.   Frank Wutson, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAN'P nisTl.li.ill.
Diatrict ul Cariboo.
TAKE nntiee thut   James Riley, "I Van
Couver, B, C, occupation lenmsler, intenils
pply  Ior  permission   10 purchaae  the
Ibe
,',ur-   ugenl. PEACE KIVKK LAND DISTRICT.
 I Dislriel ol Cariboo.
DISTRICT.      :    TAKE  notice    thut  Jnmca Conrad  ol
tboo. ll.iwsiiii,   Y.  T,  occupntion  miner,  intends 11'
ly   inr  iiermission   in  purcnase  the ' lollowing ilescrilieil luiuls:-
g ilescrilieil laiuln.'- 1    Coinmencing  ul  n  post  planted
lencing ut  u  pnsl   planted  on  lhe   west   bunk     ol  Hallway  River  about   IJ   m;|. „.,.si t-,;,
..ml,   nl   llullwuy   Rivel, about jo miles   downstream    Iroin  tho  month  ..(  _ mii,.s dowi
1 ,,   miles    dowiiatrcoin   Irom   lho mouth  oi; Cyptoas   Creek;   theuce    west 80 1 ninsj   Cypresa  Crc
I,,.?,,    Cypress    Creek,     thencc    west   Ro   ehains; thenee      norlli   Rn   elmins;   thenco   ensl
.   y     thence   nortli    Ro  clinins:    thenre  eilst   Co eliuins, more or less, to river bank, tl
hnins to river Intllk;  llience snnlli   nlollg aouth  .(long  river  liunk  to  point  1I1
Ivor  bnnk     to  point  ol  commencement, mcneeincnt, contuining 48o acres more or | nr |,
llnyte:
,, t
ir 1111
1I1 bnnk
::;
iouth
1   n
ll.nu
nl Cash
;  thence
less
UN
IIAVTKK.
I'
lire
ngent.
inl.iiiiing   sRn neres  mure or less.
Je.io, JAMES CONRAD.
Feb.  Jstli.,  0)11.     Krunk Wnlsnn, agent.
PEACE nil li
March :,
PEACE
TAKli
ittle,   U.
LAND DISTHICT.
. ;   Cariboo.
1 1   -cninmin   Franklin
,I,S I ill.ll   lands-•
sl  planted nbout  sl
less.
Je.io.
March ist., 191 r-
JAMES KI1.KY.
Frank wutson, ngont.
80
ii 8'
■'1
.ui
51  1
eas
.t ol
in.
mil
Je
In.
arch
Mil.
Ml
Ji
HII 1
mes
511
Pel
UH
ry
E.
PliACL
RIVI
K   1
AND
Pl
ST
It 1
TAKK
Seattle.
ll
lice  t
tint
Th 1
';"
1,'ee.
tin
I
Inli'
illllll
es   111
ri!
■   lies
.111,1
L'ril (
,1 lai
'.:
,,1
,M
Jo clmins   thencc south 80 chains;  thence
..   N
...iil.nniti" 640  acres  nmre  ur  less.
1   •'
Je in     BENJAMIN FRANKLIN WA1.KKU
Casl
Marcl , 8,   ign.    -antes   lVttr-    airent.
west
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
nent
District of Cariboo.
TAKI']  notice  tli.it   Gus.  Stuben,  of  So
ittle, Wash., ocennation Musician   Intends
■ i  annly for ■•ermission  to  nurchase the
foltowin- described  lands:-
Commencing .tt .1 post  planted alum. 51
miles north and about  1 . miles west from
Lhc :. mile nost established on the W.N.
W. Mounted Police trnil 011 the north bank
clmae
ol the Peace River at  the mouth of Cash
Creek;  thence south 80 clmins; thenee west
nt  ,1
So   ihains:   thence   north   Hu  elmins;   llience
••i   n[
1 i.iV
I'.mo.                  GUS. STUBEN.
Murch, 8.  nii.   -ames Pettrv. ajrenl.
PEACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRKi.
District <■! Cariboo.
TAKE notice that William James Bitot
of Vancouver B. C. occvjiaUon Miner and
prospector, intends to apply b>r permission
to purchase thc following described lands.
Commencing at a pust planted on the
west bank of Hallway River about 20
miles downstream irom tlie mouth of
Cypress Creek. thenee west 80 chains;
tiience suuth Ho chains; thenee east 80
|r"'" chains; thence north 80 eliains to point of
[■ ■,' uiintiiencenie.it, containing 640 acres more
J*3"* j or less.
Clisl1   Je.io.     WILLIAM JAMKS ELIOT. f nmrc
west     j,e|.   25th., 1911.     Prank Watson, agent, f Je.io
PEACE RIVEK LANI) DISTRICT.
District uf Cariboo.
i   TAKE notice that James McConnell, o(
I Dawson   Y.   T.,  occupation  miner,   intends
to apply  fur  permission  tu purcnase tiie
following described lands:-
I    Commencing at a pust planted ahnut %
; a mile west of  Halfway River and about
PKACE RIVER LAND DImRICT.
District uf Cariliun.
TAKK notice that James Hater, nf Van
couver, B.C, Occupation miner, intends to
apply for permission  to  purchase  the  fulluwing   described   lauds:-
Commeneing at a post planted on tne
cast bank of Halfway river about IJ miles
downstream from the mouth of Cypress
Creek; thenee east 40 chailis; thence nnrlh
80 chains; thence west 80 ehains; ther.ee
south 20 chains, nmrc or less to river
bank,   thenee   along   river   bauk   to   point
of commencement,    containing .|8o acres Mess.
Je.i
JAMES HATER. March
March  1st., 1911.     Prank Watsun, agent,
PKACK RIVEK LANI) DlbiRICT.
Distriet  of Caribuo.
TAKK nntiee that James MacDmnld,  of | Vanco
Dawson, V. T. occupation miner, intends to
apply  fur permissiun  to  purchase  the  fol  \_s_ tlic
lowinf described  lands:-
Commencing   at   a   pust   planted   on   thc
2_ miles down stream from the moutli nf; east bank of Halfway River about 10 [ downstream
Cypress Creek, thence west 80 cliains; ! miles down siream from the mouth of Creek; thenc
tlicnce South 80 chains; theuce east 80 j Cypress Creek; thencc north 80 chains; 80 chains ti
cliains; thence nurth 80 cliains to puint of ! thence west 80 cliains; thence smith 20 ; thencc soUlli
commencement, cuntaining 6.)o ucres more j chains,   to  river bank,  thence alone  river [
from   tin
■ nortli 8*
tl
mih
tn-.nth
Cvi
Je 10 JAMES McCONNELL,
Peb. 27th, 1911,     Frank Watsun, agent.
1 bank to puint of cummencement, containing
j 320 acres nmre nr less.      '
Je.io. JAMES MacDOXAI.D.
;    March ist., ign.    Prank Watson, accttt.
THOMAS CuLOERT.
unl.      James Pettry, agent.
PEACK RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
TAKI- n itici
.eattle, Wash
lends to i'-
lif followin- 1
Commencing
miles imrth nil
the 22 mile pu
W. Mounteil Po
nl
Ik-  12  mile  pusi   ' ll     1 '           '.   'lie  II. N   |
W. Mounteil Police lrail on lhe nnrlli l.ni i
nl tlie Peace  Kivci  nl  lite nn ul   Casl
Creek;  tltenee nurlli  80 cbains;  tlieine cnst
Ku clinins   llience s li Ru cliains   llicnci
wesl 80 .lunus 1 ' pnini ' 1 commencement,
.1..in.    Rlll.l.ll  HARRV SYLVESTER.
M.irili 7,  1911.      .Limes   I'ettry, .i-i'i:l.
PEACE RIVER  l.ANI) DISTRICT
TAKI-:     11 -M.i'    lhal   ll ili.li Johns 11, n
Seattle,  Wash.,   _ccu| ition   Cnl  ei Ier,   111
timls to .i]'].lv lor nermissin  [inrcliasi
the lollowini! tltscribcil lunils
I'.itnmcuciii" nt  11  |iust planted about 5
miles   nurth   nml   ubuut   11   miles   wesi   u
the  22 mile posl   c_t.i .hsii.il  mi  llle 11. N,
«'. Mounteil Police 11 , 1 on the 11 rlh banl
ui the Peace River ,.|  iln ulh ol t.is!
Creel.;   Uieme north Ha cltilim    th ncc wes
8u chains;  thence south 80 . 1 ins;  llicnci
west
nllt,1
Je.m
thei'
liains
640
PEACE RIVER I.AXD DlaiRICT
Districl of Carilmn. PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
TAKE   notice   that  Georj-e  Ilenrv,   of I District of Cariboo.
Hamilton, Wash, occupation Parmer, in- I TAKE nnliee lhat Malcolm James Mc-
tetids to apply inr nermission to purcliase ', Kiiumn, of Dawson, Y. T.. occunation
the following described lands:- j miner, intends to annly fur nermission to
Commencing  at  a  post  planted nn the : purchase the following described lands:-
west    bank   of    Halfway   river     about   14 ,     Cnmmeneiuir   at   a   post   planted   on   thc
miles downstream from'the mouth of Cy-   west   bank   of     Hallway    river  about   10
press Creek;   thencc west 80 chains:   thence   miles     downstream      frnm   the   mouth
Il to purchase I "'""th   80   chains;   thenee   east   60 chains   to
Is:- rlvcr bank,  thencc south alone river bank
anicd ahnut 51   to point of commencement, containing 580
liles wesl from \ acres m<,re or less.
I  mi  the A. N. 1 Je.   lo, GKORGE  HENRY,
the north ban1; .    Peb. 27th, 1911,     Prank Watsun, agent.
umuth nf Cash '
lis; thence easl
chains:   llience
commencement,
Clarence  Fisher,
itiatiun   Lineman
or less.
Je.io.
March
tliencc west
loss   to     river   bank.
ver hank to noint of
lent, conl.lining 400 acres more
ROBERT WATSON*
191I.    Frank Watson, agent.
clarp:nce fisher.
li  9,   I'M I.       .1.tines   Pettrv.  agent.
PEACE RIVFI
District
I.AN'D DISTRICT.
of Caribou.
ccupatmi
permissi
striked  li
Bromley, of
Laborer, in-
111   tu  pnrch-
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo,
TAKE    nntiee    thut    Jhnn   (iray.    of   Vancouver,   11.   C.   uccupaiion   Lumberman,   intends t" npply lur permission to purchase
llie following described laiitls;-
Commencing at a post planted ou thc
west bank of Halfway River about 15
miles downstream frnm the umuth of
Cypress Creek; thence west 80 chaius;
theuce smith 80 chains; tlicnce east 80
thencc north 80 chnins to point of commencement,   conlaining   6.(0  acres  nmre  or
Cvpress   Creek;      thencc   west     80   chain;
theuce   north     80   chains;   thence   east   20
chaius,  to  river  bank,  thence  aloii"  river
bank to point of commencement, containing
3--0 acres more or less.
Je.io.    MALCOLM JAMES McKINNON.
March   ist., 1911,     Frank Watson, agent.
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Cnriboo.
TAKE notiee that William Buckley, of
Vancouver, B. (.'., occupation Drummer
intends to apidv for permission to purch
ase the followin"- described lauds:-
Commencing at ;i post planted about 1
mile east of Halfwav River aud about 0
miles downstream from tl'e moutii of
Cvpress Creek; thence east Ro chain's*
thence south 80 chains: thenre west 80
chains:  thenee north 80 chains to     -int   of
commencement, containing 6.|o
or less.
J.M. WtP""     "■'•'.
March 2. I'Dt.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
COMPANY
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0 P E R A TIN G
Stages Autos     Steamboats
From Ashcroft to Fort George, and all points in
the north.rn interior of British Columbia, carrying
the Royal Mail, passengers and fast freight.
The Palatial Steamer B.X. Awaits the Arrival of the Company's Stages
^tX__"»-.m.iw?SariS'1     Head O.ficei'Aslicroft, B.C.
tri's  ni"
I''r.mt W.iIm
iiiilus norlli
lie  ...   in,!.'
iV. Mounteil
ll    til-     l'l'll.'l
'l-ek; thenc
In -llnins; I
.Vest  80 ilia
le.n'.. ' '
March i),
-I  nlanted nbout 49   1"
l.i links wcsl Irmn   ''"
l.ol mi the Ii. K.
hi llie iini'lh bank
c mouth nl Lush
hains; thenceeast
80 ih.iins: llience
■1 commencement,
i- ..r less.
UKOJILEY.
• Pettry, agent.
Mnrcli
ion.
J.i
IM
PEACK lilVKli l.AMl IlISTlll
District ol Curil	
TAKK notice  that  Charles  l.eo
,1  Se.ililr,  Wash.,  1.,cii,ni. m  Sli 1
nan,   inieiuls   tu  am l\   11   nennis
PEACE RIVER l.ANU IHST-U'T
District if Cariboo.
JHON GRAY
PEACK RIVKR I.AN'D DISTRICT.
Distritt ni Cariboo.
TAKK notice tlmt Mat Falvlti ol Dawson I V
Y. T., occunation Miner, inteiuls to apply ' ii
Inr iiermissinii to purchase the fallowing u
ilescrilieil   liiiiils:-
Commenciog ut a post planted .lliniit '■', ' e
mile west ol H.tfwiiy River uud about li
mill's downstream Imm tlie mnuth nf Cyp
ress Creek; tbence snuth 80 ch.iins' tliencc
west 80 chains; theiue nortii Bn chuins;
theuce cast 80 clmins to point of com-
meiicenictit,  containing  640 ucres mnre  nr
Jc.1'0. MAT F-U-VIN
Feb. artll, 1911.     Frank Watsmi, agent,    j   Kc|,nlary -8.  l9n,   'Vumi Watson, agent
TAKK   imlicc   I
1 Vancouver, 11.
mils to apply Io
be following des,
PKACK RIVER I.AXD DlbiRICT. PEACE K1VKH ,,AN„ DISTRICT.
District nl Carilmn. Di_tri_t _, Ciril)00,
TAKK notice that Lewis Hukrr Taylor, 1   TAKE ,„llic. u,al R„|)crt Salnue| ,-„.in
ol Vancouver 11. C. occupatioi ikdr.ver,   „, Vuncmiver 11. C. occupation Uartemler,
Intends to upply Ior permission to purch-   m,mh to . „,v ,„r ,„,rl„i5sm„ lo .iurch.
use the Io lowing described lunds:- |„s. Ule la_wini, described laudsi-
Commeiicing at a post n aliteu on the      _„,„--,,„.„     „f „ „„sl    ,u,, jj mi|c
west    bunk  nl  Halfway   Meet about  17   from  Ul,     ^M,   ,„,„„  ,l(  H,lllw„v   River
miles downstream Imm llie mmith ol Cyp.   .b.„t „ „    dowiutreim 1mm lb. mmith
irew Creeb; tlienco west «n chains; tltenee  o) c _ay   u,.„c- Wl.sl s„ ch.j„.
north 80 chains; llience east 60 chaina to  the„c'e  „ortl,    _ ch,       u,nlll, lMS1   ...
ry   -Mt'lin, . river dank    llience snnlli  almii. river bunk
PKACK RIVER  I.AN'D DISTRICT.
District ,,f Cariboo.
TAKE  imtice     tlmt  John  Stewart,  ol
ancouver,   B.   C.   occupation   Prospector,
inteiuls tn npplv for permission to purcliase the followin. described lunils.
Commencing nt a  posl  planted on  tlic
e.ist bank of the Halfway Rlvcr ..Imu j
Cypress   Creek;   Ihenee     -ill Nn chains;
Hience cast Ha chains; thence south 80
clmins; thenco west Sn chains to pojnt ol
commencement, containing 640 .mus more
nr less.
•lc  n JOHN STKUAliT,
March 2. uiu.     Frank Wuis..n      ent
Fori c.'iiii-,'. B.C. Victoria. B.C.
I. P. Burden. Mgr. F.C Glean, Mm
Nelson, B.C.. '.. II. Greei . Mm.
Green Bros., Burden & Co
Dvil Tngincers, Dominion & I!. C. tand Surveyors
Riti-v_.v»nf  _____.<___. Mi...... TowmIIjm. Timl*
Won Kee
WASHING AND
IRONING   -   -
Fresh Bread   |   Quesnel, B.C.
PKACE RIVKR  I.AN'D DISTHICT.
District 1 1 Cnriboo
TAKK  notice   tlmt   Herbert   V,n	
Vancouver,   11.   C.   occupation   Broker,
tends t„ upply for permission to purclu
the lollowing described lauds:-
Commencing a't .1 post planted .,11 t
cusl bank ol Halfway Rlvcr aboul ,. nn
down siream irmn the mouth .,1 Cypn
Creek; thencc cast   .0 chains; ihcnce nol
Col
iCllll'
.,rlli
uiul .
purchnse tin  ii.il. wine di icrilwl  lands      |
Commencing ul  a imst  planted nlmul   -
mile nn   .mil   uboul   11   nuns   wesl   0
the 22 mile posl  estnblished on tin   ':   N   '
V.. Mourned Police lrail on the m rtl     ml
ul the Peace River al  the month nl Cs
Creek; tltenee south 80 chains   thenci vvc
So chains;  thence nortii 80 chali 1   thei
e..st 80 chains, i" poinl ol .■ elicemenl
containing 640 acres more or li-ss.
Je.io.             CHARLES l.l'.o DESIING
March ;,  1911.      James Petlry, agent.
l'KACK RIVKR LAND UISTRICT.
District nf Carihoo.
TAKI':   notice   1h.1t   D.uui-i  Ciinninghum
ul   Seatlle,   Hash .  iiccupnlinn   Miner,   iu
tends lu ai-li   .1   mini Mini  tu mil-has.
utile post  establish
untcd Police trnil m
>'c..e River ut  tin
t ■ ice nnrlh 8n _ 1,
the
uth
pn
mi Miner
1 to purchase
it-il nbout 41
es west Irmn
mi the R. N.
tc north bank
outh nl Cash
.. thence west
hams; ihcnce
iiiimencemcnt,
FRANK HENRY MEIiIN.
1911.       James  Pettrv    agent.
PEACE RIVKR I.ANIl DISTRICT.
District nl Caribou,
'AKE  notice     that   James  Denver
in pojnt ul commencement, containing s8n
ncres nmre nr less.
Je.io.      LEWIS  BAKER TAVLOR.
February 27th., 1.I1.  Frank Watsou, agt.
ic  li. N
'tli ban
Iv
'input uui
for perm
in
rine
III'
ut
described
a  pnst p
lu
.III
ds:
nl .il
till
.t
establish.
Unit  mi
I al   Iln
II Sn   ill.
south  k.
point ol
1 I
lhc
il
li Hie
inr!
illi  .
then
.mis
es more
JAMES
it-
Ill
at
AVKl
PJSACE klVKtt I.AND DISTHICT.
District ol Cariboo,
TAKI-: notice 'luu llirry !\iranni, of
Vancouver, li. C. occupation hotel clerk,
inteiuls t" apply for permission tu purchase ttie following describeil latitjs.'-
Commeiicing at a pusi planted . n the
west bank of Halfway Kiver about 17
uiiles downstream from tbe ni<unh ol
Cypress Creel.; thence west 80 chains;
thence suutli Ho chains; tbencc eust 8<»
.hams tn river bank, tbence north, along
rner bank to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres nmre <.r less.
Umo. HAlUtY PARSONS.
February 27th., cm.    Frank.Watson agt.
the
•  bank,   thencc  south   along
pmut ol caumieiiceiucnt, con- ,
.res more or less.
HERBERT YOUNG.
Je  10 ROBERT SAMUEL  IRWIN, March 3,   iyn. blank  W ■
March Sth.i^n.     Frank Wutson, apei'
chains;   thence suutli Ho chains to i»>jut „i J river bank
commencement, containing 640 acres mow  taining 4H0
»r less. ] Jc,lo.
Al! kinds of
_ii_(l
tr Fire places a
» specialty.
All work guaranteed,
A. LEMKE
Brickmason and Contractor
fimtara1   $'Wl\\\   Koi'l (it'OI'^C
PEACE RIVEH LAND DISTRICT.
District id Caril 00.
1   TAKI-; notice that James Rcltl.of Dawspn
j V.  T.,  occupation  prospector   Intends  to
Upplj   for  iiermission to purciuise the fol-
1 lowing descrihed lauds
Commencing  «i  a  post  (ilanted on  the
' west    Imi '
' miles  do
PEACE RIVER I.AND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice  that Alexander Pellett, ol
Vancouver  ti.   C.   uccupaiion  Spinster,   in
tends to annlv for i*.rmiasfoii to "iirchnse
the   following   described   lanil.s;-
Commcnclng at a pnst planleil on the
north bank of Cha Wa Ded creek, about \\
miles upstream Irom Halfway river,
thence north H_ chimin; tliencc "east Ho
chains; tliencc South Ho cliains;  thence west
Ho chains to point of commencement, cou
taining 640 acres more or less.
Je 10 AI.EXANDKI.  PEIJ.ETT,
March Hili.jyn.      Frank   Watson,  agent.
Jo rn.               DANIEL I 1 N'MM'.l
M1I1I1,  K,   int.    .1 line,   I'Hir.'    .
IAM,
Cnrihoo Uiid District     Ii strict ol C
. r 11...
'i'AKK  notice  lliut   I-!' i.i..-  M
01   Vancouver,   II.    C.   ociuiiation
1-V   11,
rapher, inteiuls to «pply lot permis
purchase the follotefng destrihed  lu
ids
(.'■ in-null-   ut   u   [umt   ]il,inted
N.   «'.   corner  ol   l.nl     ,_>.(.-  nnd   n
ui   Hi
iun I
miles west nl  Puncho Lube, thenct
norl
I'KAI 1'. HIVICR  l.ANU IHSTUH
k.iherl   McCoy.
PEACK KIVKR LANI) I11...KICT.
District ul Cariboo.
TAKK  nnliee  that Clinrles  .Iniksnn,
VniliiiiniT,    II.   C,   iiii'li|i.itiini   Sti'.itnl.i
mun, intends to n'nnly Fur permlulon
liitr.liuse ihe Iollowin- ili'M-nh.l lands
Coitunencinc ut u post  plonted on i
Ruir   nbout   l» i imrlli  liunk  ol  Cl,,.  Wn  Ded Creek,  oln
11   slreiim   frnm   the mi.utli   ol i 2   miles    iitislri-nm   Irmn   ll.1llw.1y   Rlv
Creeki   llience    west   8u chains; I ihenee  north  So ehnins.   Ihcnce  west
uth    Ko chuins,    tli.me   east    Hn I ihalll,;     thence   snuth     Sn   chums     thei
PEACB RIVEK LAND DISTRICT.
District  nl Cariboo,
TAKK notice thut Annie Stramlborg
Vancouver, B, C. owcupalioli Spinster,
tends to apply lor
tiie lollowing deser
C mencing at  u  post  plnnted
enst  Uiul ol  ll.1lltt.1v  Umi  about
river hank to point ol ci
containing d.|n acres 11101
Je.IO.        ANNIE SI11A
March 3, 1911,       I'm
Bronger & Flynn
BUILDERS AND
CONTKAOTORS
Plans and lilue prints made
Estimates submitted
All kinds of work promptly
ex-i'iited
OFFICE
NO. 7 SECOND STREET
South Fort George
J
PEACH  KIVKK   l.\NI> DISTRICT
Dlslriel ..I t an	
TAKE  nutiee   lhal
.Mi Ki
11   I'ur
more 1
along ri
lei:
thei
river I,
to point ..I 1
li.tn dirrs miii-
in
le in. JAMES REID.
February -7th., 1911.   Prank Watson, agt.
th
nl,
.st   Hn ehulns  li
ntal i; 64.
ul 1
ttp.20.
March
-nth.
It  li'SS.
FLORENCE M. LYONS.
1711.    John MncDonell, ai
C iriboo l.u
TAKK 11
ant ..I Vui
Intends lu
chase the lull
District
-  Districl ul
l'i'til   Khun
uver 11. C. occiii
pply   for   ill-runs
lig   ilesi
1 butch-l
par
ribed lund;
Commencing ut .1 post planted 4 mile
mirth nnil 1 mile, casl nl the N. K. Clinic.
■ 'i l.ut 16.5 nnd about 6 inilcs nortli „n,
j miles east ol Poncho Lake, tbence nurll
80 chains; thence cost Ha chains: thenci
•nutli bn ilunns; tliem,, „.rat »_ tii,ini l(
point m    commencement,  and  uniiuiiiin,
6,11 Hires mote nr less.
>-. -n. PETER KI1KMANNTUANT
March 2.1.  mn      .i,,i„,  MacDonell, agent
Curibuu Land Illatrlci . Diltrict ul Cariboo
TAKK, notice lhal 11. Wlitternille, n
Vancouver, H. 0. occupailiiii rnncher, in
tends lu apply Ior permis,  u, purchasi
the lollowing descrihed lands:-
Commencing nt a |mst plar.ten 10 mllei
north nl the N. V. comer m I...I 11,51
umi about 12 miles north .unl 1 mile ues
nl Poncho Lnke, thence imrth H„ eliains
thence eust 80 chnins; thenco south 81
chums; thence west 811 chains I.. plBce c
cotnmeiuemeiif, nnd containing 6.|o acre
mure nr less.
ap.;.. II  WINTKinilTK.
March 14.  ton     John MacDunell, ngenl
e trail nn the Iti
er at  llie moutb
hi   tt, N
nh bank
ul Cash
tli 80 chaius   lh
south 8.1 chain
thence
> poinl ul iiitniii
n-s more nr less
n cement,
ROBERT .MifllV
James Petirv
UlH'llt.
llltUltllUg  l..|0
le.io
March -. mi
PEACE RIVER  l.ANI) DISTRICT.
Distr:,! nt Cariboo.
TAKK  notice  thai   William   Veneer   0
lenttlc, Wush.. oeeiipntion I,,.   —   intend!
0  upply  lur  permission   to  purclinsc  tin
[illowiu.   ■
('limn;, in
lul
nieitig nt u pnst planted al.nut .y:
niles liullh nml about 11 miles west ul
lie ,.. mile post eatablished on lhe tt, N.
1. Mounted Police iruil on the nnrlh lmul
'I the Peace Kiver ut the mouth nl Cnsli
'reek; tlicnce smith 80 chnins: thence wesl
u elinlns; thence north 80 chains: thenci
ust 8n clmins, in point nl commcnceincn'l,
iintnlniiig 640 acre, nmre or less,
'"■}"■ , Wil,I,IAM   VK.M'iKK.
Mnrch 7, mn.     .i.itn.s Pettry, nsent.
l'KACK RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
Districl nl Cariboo.
TAKK imlicc that  William Chunmnn, ol
Vancouver,   H.  C. occupation Commercial
traveller, intends to apnly For "'.mission
tu purchuse the lollowini. described lands:*
Commencing at a pust planted une miie
west nl llullwuy River, ubmit 17 miles
downstream from the mnuth nl Cvnress
Creek; Ihcnce wci 8u chailis; theuce north
<n chnius; thence eust 80 clinins; tbencc
smilli Ko chnius to puint nl enmmentcment
containing 640 aires mnre or less,
lc  111. WILLIAM  CHAPMAN.
February a8li., 1911.   Frank Wallon, agt.
east 80 chains tn punit ul -oinincitccmitnt,
contnining 640 aires more or IcJs,
Je.ln. CIIARLKS JACKSON.
March 8U1.1911.     frank Wutsmi. agent.
PKACK KIVKR  I.ANII DISIRICI'.
Dislrict  ul Curil	
TAKE notice lliut IIitKh Mnrdnck, ol
Vancouver,  II.  C.  occupation  nrnspeetor,
intends  tu npi.lv  Inr Dormisaloll   tn purch
ase the lollowinn described isiitls;-
Ciiuimi'iHiiig at 11 "ist '.liiieil nboul 1
mile west Irnm Halfway River ahout 8
mik's downstream Irum Cvnress Creek;
thencc smith Ko ihains; theme wesl Ku
| chaina; tbence   nnrlh  80 ihains;   llience ens
80 chnins in point ul commencement, cun
turning 640 acres moro nr less.
Je.10. I1D0I1 MOHOCK.
Mnnh 8th.1911.     Frnnk  Wnlson.  lU'cnt.
1- pcrmissu
Wilied l.iiiii.
 »l   Id
hiny River,
Irum the 1
! n rib 80
and 1
X  McKKN
Frnnk W.i
PEACH RIVER  LAND DISTRICT,
TAKK
tO   upply
lollowing
l'KACK RIVKR  I.AND UISTRICT
District ul Cnrlhoo.
TAKK noiice that John Stanley ol Si
ittle, Walk., occupation le.im.ter, Intullili
o apply i,,r iiermission to purcliaio Uu
iilluw'tic described lauds;
Commencin" 1,1 „ post planted ubmit si
niles norlli and about 11 miles west i,i
he 21 mile imst established oil Iho R N
■\. Mounted Police trnil on lhc north banl
il the Ponce River nl  lhc  ulh ol Cnnl
reek: thonce smith 80 cliains; llience call
'■„ chains; thenco imrili 8n ciiuins-, tlienc.
tvesl 80 chnins to puint ni commencement
lotitnlnllig 640 acres more or lens,
lc 10. JOHN  KTANLKV.
M..1.I1 7,  lyu.      Jamea Pctlry, ugent.
PKACK RIVKR l.ANI) D1.-.IRIU'.
District   ul  Cariliun.
TAKK notice that Duvid Minime, ol
Vancouver) H. C. occupation Merclinnt
Iravollor, intends to appiv fur nonnlislon
to purchnso the following doscrlnod lands:
Commencing nt 11 pust planted one mile
west ol Hallway Riier ubout 18 miles
ilowiistri'iirn from lhe mouth ol Cypress
Creel., Iheuce wesl KO chuins; thencc soull
So chains; theuce cusl 80 chuius; theuce
ii'iiii 80 chnins iu polnl nl commencoment
iniitnitiing (1411 ucres mure nr less.
Je.io. DAVID MI'NRIIK.
February -Ktb,, 1911.   Frnnk V/atson,.agt.
.HI.
Coulter,
pn.Mieit,
lit 1
l'KACK KIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Districl  ul Ciirilino.
TAKK  imtice thnl Alice Mny Shurlrc.,],
J Vancouver, II, C. occupation Clerk, in
lends lo npnly for t.rrmissi n tu purchuse
In inilnwiii" described Innda
Commencing at n post piunted on the
vest bunk nl llnlfwnv river about I.l mllBS
luwiisliiMiii [ruin the moutli ut Cvnress
Creek: thence wesl 40 chnins; llience south
lo chains; thence eust Ko clmins, to iiver
liunk; ihcnce north iilotie river bank In the
point nt commencement, containing 560
niies mnre nr less,
li' 10. ALICE MAV SIIIIRTRKKD
Februury  sKlli., 1911,    Frunk  W-tlOII, Ogti
PKACK RIVKR I.AND ,.
Dislrict ol Caribo
TAKK  nnliee  thai Thnmu
Vancouver  It.  C,   occunnlid
inieiuls to u|»ilv  lor pcrmiss
use the followin   described lands:-
Ciimmeiicini' ut a pnst plnnled
miles west  Irmn  Iinllw.iv  River about 8
miles downstream Irmn the moutii of -vp
ress   Creek;   llience  west   Kn  ihu'".     thencc
lolttll    80  ehains;    thence  east  80  chuius,
tlicnce north 80 chuins  to noint  nf cum-
ineiicement,  containing 6.0 ucres  mine in
less.
Je.io. THOMAS COULTER.
Mulch  8M1.rill        Frank   Wnlsnn,   ngent
PKACK RIVKR LANI) DISTRICT,
Dislrict ol Cariboo,
TAKli nntiee thut Richard Davidson, ol
Vuncmiver II.    C,   occupation Woodsman,
intenils In ni".|y Inr permission to purch
use the lolli.wilm describeil Inmls:
Commencim.  at  n  pnsl   planleil   2  miles
wesl   Imm   llullwuy      River   nml   about   7
milcs dnwnsiii'itm irom lhe mnuth ol Cvn
ress Crcrk; thencc welt 80 ehulns: lliohct
north 80 chnins; thence ensl 80 cunllls;
thencc south Kn chuins In puint ol mm'
mencement, contujliin 640 ucres nmrc 01
less.
J'f.lnl RICHARD  DAVIDSON.
March  Hth 1111.      Flunk   WaU-Otl,  "gent
west b.i
Illll'S   lli
Click;
'In.'   111.,I   .1.,,.
rn- permission
escribed lands
in,: ut n posi
ui llallwaj R
ilrcam Irom t
. purchase  tin
planted mi tin
ulh
i'hn
more or less t., h,,.r 1...,,u;   thonco smith
along  rlvcr bunk  to 1 1 „i  commoiico
inenl,i-uiil.iitiiiig nun ncres mnre nr iess.
Je.lo, JAMES ni'SK.
Murch ,\, 1011.       Frank Wuls'on, agenl.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislncl  „i Carihoo.
TAKK 11..tin. that William Dordmnn, ol
Vancouver, II. C, occupation Farmer, iu
lends iu npply lm- permission tu purclinsc
ihe lollowing ilescrlhcil 1 s:.
Commencing al  n  1 planted   mi   the
r"1 ' l  "W"V Rlvcr ahout 5 miles
downilrcnm Irom He mouth nl Cvnress
Creek; tlienco wost ^u chains; thencc north
Ko chuins; llience ensl nil elinlns, in ire or
less, lu rivet bank, tliencc suulh along
river bonk in point ol commoucomoiit,
contnining 320 acres more or less.
Je.10. WILLIAM  H0RDMAN,
March ,t,   I'll I. Frank  U it ion, ngoill
I'KACl.  RIVKR   I, Wil ni'.TUUT
Distri,1   ol Cnrihuo
TAKK nuiice tlmi l'„. , .,. Wilkinson   ol
Vancouver, II. c . hccupatlon Inkorcr   in
lends in apply lot permission 1., nnrchnse
the loil.iwii". desi I lands:
CLUB POOL ROOM
THIRD AND   HAMILTON  SI'S.
LOYAL & DAVIS,  Props.
Smoker;.' supplies
a spcciiaSty
Four pool tables
Splendid environments
McGaghran
Thorne
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS
AND MAKERS OF FINE ICES
Fourth St., Soulh Fort George
CIGAKS AND TOBACCOS
I,:
ol C
rll.1'
31
chains:   thenco north Ho  iiu
I  Ho cli.lins.
I'.KIIIM'iK IlllRN'K.
1.    Allien Tate, ajroi
t.
'I'.l ,' l.'l
TAKK
.tratlicoi
.Iv.i.
March
I..
il Dist.
that    I
Allu.
ply lo
Dist. ol Cariboo.
I Duncan Diirrmul, nl
occupation Farmer, in
permission in phrchase
It'll I. nits
posl piunted b miles
iiinrnry Ilnnudnry Post
I Dist.     Disi.
tlmi   Edward  " - ''
Kdmoiilon, Altn., occupation en'lneer, in
li'inls lu apply lm- perinissiuii to purchase
llu-  lollowing ilescrilieil  Iniitls:-
Cotnmcnclns ut a post plnnled \ ol »
mih- Boutli Irom lhe most southerly I"""'
ul Sw.ni I-iI.c: llience sonlh Ho chains;
Ihcnce west    80 chains; thencc north wi
■ cusl Kn chains.
Iv.i. EDWAl-0 IHIRXK.
Miilvli  2;,  mil.      Alherl Tut-, njenl.
nm- ui Dm imi  Peat
uu'  snuth    Hu chains:
"ins: thenco north Ho
Hii chnins.
Ill \t AN' IH'IIRAN'D.
1. ion.     Alherl Ti ie,
tiie
lent,
Ci
•,i
l'KACK RIVKR   LAND I)
Districl i.f c.ril,"
TAKK nolico t'nil   I, .luhn
4 Picton, Ontario, occuohlli
uli
lhc
.Iv  I ■
STRICT.
Mnet'.illvril)'
1   I'i'litl.'lil.ill.
.1, i„ purch.
».'si ii-.'in Hallway River and alioul
miles iluwti'.tri'iiiii irom iln- month ol Cv
ress Creek, thencc soulh Hn clinlm; Hun
wesl Ku chailis; theuce north Kn chali
Ihenee east Bo chuins tn pniul ui cnl
nieiicenienl, _otltuillilt|{ fi.pi neres Inure
less.
Je.10. CKIIRCK WILKINSON.
March 4. l.ll.     Flunk Wutsmi, nielli.
nl
iln   .1
mh <
M_    "I"
JOHN  Mn.CILI.VRAV.
ch _olh., 1511.
Pence River Lnnd Dist. - Dist. nl Cnril""
TAKK   nuiice     thnt   Henry lluwiili, »'
Killiimilmi,    Altn',   occupaiioii Hmker,  i»
lends In upplv Inr |lcnnls_loll I" pnreh.i>'
thr fullowili'i Ilescrlhcil lunds:-
C.iiiiini'iiiiiii' nt 11  pnsl  planted H mile'
I, li ul Selby's ii'iiinoriirv Boundary I™
.11 S. K. Corner nl Dominion Pence «i>ef
Reserve,  llience  soulh    Ho chnins;  llie""
Wcsl   Bo   ehnins:   Ihcnce north  80   clinlm.
thence east Ko chnius.
Jy.i. HKNRV {'.(WAN.
Murch jolh.  I'lll.      Allien Tnle, nk'cui-
PEACE RIVER  I.AND DISTRICT.
Disirici of Cariboo. .
TAKK polico Unit  I, Chnrles Hurris, '"
Wlnulpoir, Manitoba, occupation couirnctoi
inieiuls In npply Inr pernilssioii I" l';"1"
use  lhc  lullnwiiii. descriheil  Innils:-
Commcncinn nt ,1  posi  planted J ■«"''
.soulh  mill  7  miles wost nl the Bollth™'1
enrner   iil   lhe   11.   C,   Cnver cut   tin''"''
mntked C, II.'s N, E. corneri thence sou<»
icnco  west Ho chains.  "
ent-p
Itiflf thenco oast 80 dim.
miiii'ii-T'iiK'iit,  cimLiii»i|,t;
64u
Jy.23. C1IA1U.US IIARKIS.
Marcli .Ufa, iyn. AUGUST 19, 1911.
THE  HERALD
PAGE THREE
,.,.„.,. Rher I.nud DIM. - Disi. 0   tnrihoo.
"AKE null™  Umt  Hntol.  MeComb,  ol
Kiliiii.iin.n, Altu., ncciipiitii.ii iiiei-.-liiiiii, Intends ■ ly Inr permissiuli in purchase
,hn  lollowing   ilescrilieil   lnnds:-
Commencing nt u posl  planleil % ol a
,.,;i,. smilh ul lhe must southerly | t nl
Swnn   Lake!   tl.CIICO ensl   Ho chains;   thence
Hoeit.li Ho itiuiiis;   llience  wosi   Ho  chuius;
limine noith  Kn  eliuins.
,'.'.,. HAROLD McCOMB.
Murch IJ,  l')H-      Albert Tute,  ugent.
■jvuaTRivor '.und Diat. - Dist. ol Curibuu.
TAKK nnliee thai Alexander MoDermld,
,,l striiihi-iinii, Alta., occupation farmer,
intends to upnly for permission to purchase lhc following described luuds:-
Comiiii'iii-ing sl ii post plnnled on tho
eastern shore ol Swan Luke i mile nnrth
nl the must southerly point, thence cast
Ko ciiuins: Iheuce north Hu chains; thcuco
west Hu chains; ihelliT suuth Ko chuins.
jy.i, AI.KXANDKR  MiDKR.MID.
Murch ..ulh. 1911. Alberl Tate, iij;i*iit.
Pence River I I Dist. ■  Disi. ol Ciirilmu.
TAKK nuiice thnl Allred Brick, nl
Siruiliioiiii, Altu., iiccupiiiioii carter, iu
teiuls to upply (ur permission to purchuse
the followine descriheil lunits:-
Commciicitig at n post planted ,'; mile
south ol lhe most BOIIlbertv point ol Swnn
Lake; thenco eust Ku chuins; Ihenco north
Kn   ihains;   theuce   Most   Ho   chnms;   thelice
suutli Hu chuins.
Jy.i. ALFRED BRICK,
March .loth.   H,ll.      Albert  Tate,  agent,
Peace River I I Diet.    Dist. ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice lhat eforman White, ol
Edmonton, Alia., uccupntion clerk. Intends
to apply for permission to purcliase tho
lollowing described lands:.
Cumim-luili"  nt   a  Imst   planted   II   miles
smith ul Selby's tempornry Boundary Poat
at S. K.  Curner nl Di nlon  Peace  Idler
Reserve,  thencc south   Ko i!i,nns   thenco
west   Ko   chains;    llience llollll   Ko   chains;
thence east Ko chuius.
Jy.i. NORMAN WHITE,
"Murch -7, lyil. Albert Tate, agent.
Pence River Lnnd Disi. - Dist. nl Carilioo,
TAKK nutiee Hint Arthur Lewis, nl Edmonton, Altu., occupation civil engineer,
intenils to apply for permission In pi.lch-
use the following ilescrilieil  Innds:-
Commenclng at a oust planted ia miles
south ol Sclliy's temnorarv Boundary Post
at S. E. Corner of Dominion Peace River
Reserve, llience sonlh Ko chnius; llience
west 8o chnins: thence nnrth Ko chnius;
tliencc ensl Ho chnins.
Jy.t. ARTIU'R LEWIS.
Murch  28,  1911.      Allien  Tate,  ngent.
Peace River ..mnl Dist. - Dist. of Cnrihoo.
TAKE notice tiiat t'.crtruilc Ritchie, oi
Kilmontuiii Allii., occupalion mnrried
wniii.in. Intends to upply lur permission to
purcliase lhc lollowing described lands:-
Commencing at a imsi planted 0 miles
suuth ul Sclliy's tomiiorary Boundary Post
nt S. K. Comot ..1 Dominion Poace Riier
Reserve, ihcnce south Ko cbains; theuce
wesl Ko chuins;! thcuco imrth 80 chuins;
thelice cusl Bn chains.
Jv.l. C.KKTK.DK RITCHIE.
March ..oth,   ion,      Albert Tate,  ngent.
j Peace River I.,mil Diet. - Dist. ol Cariboo.
TAKE nnliee thnt Howard Ritchie, ol
Eilnmiiioii, Alta., occupation mine owner,
Intends to upply for permisaion to purchuse the lollowine describod lunils:-
Coinmencitlg nl a post planted 10 miles
south ..I Selby's temporary Boundary Poet
I nl S. K. Corner of Dominion Peace Rlvcr
Reserve,   tbencc south    Kn chains;   thenco
J west  Bo  chnins:   tlicnce north Ho  chnins;
. Iheuce easl Hn cliains.
[ Jy.i. HOWARD RITCHIE.
I     March   27,   1011.       Albert Tute,   ngent.
l'KACK RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Curibuo.
TAKK notice Hint I, Frank Cameron, n[
Detroit, Michigan, occupalion gcutlomnii,
intend to npplv Inr permission 10 purcliase
Uic luliuwing described landsi-
Cominciicliig ,il u pusi nlanted 2 miles
•4..ml, nml ,1 miles west ..I lhc Soutli-easl
corner ol lhc 11. C, Oovarnmenl Reserve,
marked F. C.'s N. K. corner; thenco smith
Ha ih,lins; luence wcsl Ku chains; thenco
nurlli  811  ih,nils;   tlieilCO   cusl   Kn  chums   In
point    ul   cnititueiici'itic'iit,  containing 640
nit'es.
Jy. n. FRANK CAMKRON.
March usi. 1011.
l'KACK RIVKR  I.AND DISTRICI'.
Dislrict of Cariboo,
TAKK nutiee Hint I, Charles Cameron,
nl Victoria, 11. C, occupation gentleman,
Intends to npply iur pcrinlssion tu purcli-
1 use lhe luliuwing ilescribed lunils:-
i south nnd .1 miles wesl nf the South-east
I euruer nf the II. C. C.overtiliieut Reserve,
' marked C. C.'s N. W. enrncr; Ihenee south
Bo chnius; Ihenee eust 80 chains; Ihenco
: iiorth 80 chuins;   thenee  wesl Bo chnins to
point  oi    commencement,  containing 640
ncres.
Jy.22. CIIARLKS CAMKRON.
March 301I1.,   toil,
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Districl .,1 ;:.,i,i,,,,.
TAKE notice 1h.1t 1, Janet Vance, of
Picton, Uui., occupation widow, Intends tn
apply iur pcriiiissim, t„ purchase tu,; following described I.mils:
Commencim. at „ post planted 1 mile
.south umi i miles «-,si _| the South east
enrner of Ihe 11. C. Govonimciil Reserve,
Bu   chnins;   llience   cusl   Ku   chuius-   thencc
marked .1. V.'s N. w. corner; thonce smith 1
north 80 cliains; ihcnce wesl Kn chaius to
iii-ri'S.
Jy.22. JANET VANCE.
March .10th.,  ton
l'KACK RIVKR  I.ASD DISTRICT.
Districl ,,f Cariboo.
TAKK  imtice  that Bruce MacOIIlvray, of
Picton, Ontario, occupation Inrmer intends
In apply for permission In i.tiriliiis. lhe
lollowing  ilescribed  Inlllls:.
Commencim' ut a  pnst  iilanted   1  mile
soulh umi  • miles wcsl  nl llu- South eust 1
corner ul lhc II. C.  Gov.n1m.11l   Reserve, '
marked II. M.'s N. K. corner; thence soutii
Ko chuins;  thonco wesl  Ho chains;  llience
north  Ho clmins;   thence east  Bo chuius  lo
point nf   commencement,   containing 640
acres more nr  less.
Jy.22. IIRI'CK MniCill.LVRAV.
March ..nth., IQII.
l'KACK RIVKR  I.AND DISTRICT.
District nl Cariboo.
TAKK notice  ih.u  I,  Christina   Vance,
of  Pictnn,    Ontario,   occupation   spinster, I
intend tn npplv fur permission lu purchuse
the following described lands:
Cmiiiiicm ;ii;. .11 u nnst planled 1 mile
SOUtll   mnl   < milea wi'.l   ,.l  the Smith casl
corner ul tlio II. C, Oovernment Reserve,
marked C, V.'s S. W. mrner, thence imrth
Bo .!i.litis thence east Bu chains; Ihenee
snuth  80  chains;   thelice  wesl  811 chuins   tn
point   ol  commencement,    emit.lining  640
ocres,
Jy.aa. CHRISTINA VANCE.
.Maul, .Villi.,   mil.
Peaco River Lmul Disi.     Disi. ol Cariboo.
TAKK notico lhal 1, Clarence Vnnce, ol
Picton Ontario, occunation farmer, inteiuls
to apply for permission In purchuse the
following described luiuls:-
Conuncnclni' ut n post "'anted , mile
snuth nm! .1 mites wesl uf the Smith oust
curner of the B. C. Government Reserve,
marked C. V.'s S. K. comer; thence north
Ho chains; thencc west Ho chuins; thencc
south Ko chains; thence eust 811 chnins to
point  ol     commencement,  caiilaining 640
PEACE RIVKK  UND DISTRICT.
l'EACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.        I'       l'KACK RIVKR LANDDISTRICT.        , PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District nf Cariboo. District  of  Curibuu.                                             Disirici ul Carib                       I           lii.tr-.u  01  l iriuoo.
TAKK notice  lhal,  I,  Mabel  Cameron, TAKK imtice  Umt  I, Churlca MacGill- TAKK nuiice tlmt I, Annio  Jewell, nil I'AKE   notice   thnl   II. I,. Muni .11,   1
nl Victoria, B. C, occupation unmarried, tray, ol Picton, Ontario   occupalion gent Napanco,    Ontario,     occupation   married Prince Rupert, 11. C. occupation genttan t
Intend   p. apply lur permission to purch- Ionian, Intends lo upply lur permlss'ou in woman.intends in apply lur permission in Iniends to apply lm pormisslou to piuch-
Uin following ilescrilieil lnnds: purcliase lhc following described lnnds:- purchase the fulluwing described lands: nse lhe lollowing described lands:-
Commencing ut a pusi  olnntod -• mil™-   Commencing  at a  post planted  1  mih' Commcnclim ut   0  post nlanted   1  mile unimencini  IJ  "  '"."",'' I"1"! '.,""_
soutii und   .  miles wesl ul llu- South-east south nnil s miles west nf the Suuih cast soutii  ami   1   mill'  wesl   ol  Hie  houth-ensl sunth  nnd   1   ,11,le  west  ,,!  ll..-  Snulh-ciist
corner ui ihe B. C Government Reserve, corner nf llu-  II.  C. Government Reserve, corner ol  the B.  C. Government  Reserve,    er 0   Hu-  11.  i    Governmenl   Rcacrvo,
marked M. C.'s N. W. corner; thence smilh marked C. M.'s N. E. corner; tlicnce sunth marked A. J.'s N. W. euruer, thenoe soulh   marked II   I.   M. :. N. W :nor;  theuee
Ho   chuins-   thencc   ensl   80   chuins;   Uienee Bn   chains;   theiue   wcsl   Bo   chains;   Uicnco Ho   chains;    Uicnco   eust   Bn   chains'   thence -
 ill Ho ih.iins;   tiience  west Bo chains   lu nortii  Ho chains;   thence  easl Ho ihains   lu norlh  Ku chains;  thencc wcsl Ko chains   In
point     ul commencement, containing  (..pi point  ol    commencement,   containing 640 point   ol   coinmcncemenl,   cbutnlning 640
ih    Ho
Jy.22. MAHI'.I, CAMERON.
March .list.   lull.
PEACE RIVKR   I.ANII DISTRICT.
Diatrlct of Cariboo.
TAKK  nnliee  Hint   1,  Arthur  .Iu
I Jy.22. CHARLES MacGILLVRAY.   Jy.22,
'.March .Huh.,   mil. .March 30
l'KACK RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT. PEAC]
Distrii t 1,1 Cariboo.
TAKK notiee Unu Alexander Dull
Edmonton,    Altn.,  occunation  in
ANNIE JEWELL.
ih
II    L.  MI'liDllFF.
to
LAND DISTRICT
TAKK  iiuti.
f    I'i
McLeod, Alta., occupation gentleman,  in-,   '"T     '"•    """" ,"   ".'.   ." ;.,;:.|,. ' vruy,    nf   Picton,    Ontario,    occupation married
tends to npply for permission to purchase  Z J_U_wlKes_ri-ed hindr. married,  Intends to apply Ior  permfss on to purt
the following described lands:. Commencin.  a:k lost  -killed   .   mile to purchase the lollowine described lands:      C 1
,- a .       .      •. 1. niiiini iiimi.    at    ,1     nisi      ii.uiiiii    1    nun   . -       .     ,        ,  „ i.
l'KACK RIVI.U  LAM) DISTRICT.
Districl   ol Carilioo.
ii-fioo. ;    TAKK  notico  lhal   I,  Gladys S.   Cat
Adalluo  MacGill   eron,  ol   Victoria,   II.  C.   occupation   11
ed,  Intend,  in  apply 1 r  normissh
Cutniiiciiciiii..  111 .1 nost  nlanted  1  nine   s,Mh ul lk."S   w  „,-irm.r -( Sw„, u](,.
snntli  anil 5 miles west   nf thc South-east    Uieuce   enst     80   chains'   tbence   suulh   Ho
conicr rn the 11. C, Government  Reserve, I ehnlusii   'theiue   west   80   ,hains;  thenco
mnrkod A. J.'s N. IC. corner; Uienee smith ' „,,„„ 8o -,lai„-.
west  Bo chailis;   thence | jy.j, ALEXANDER  DUTHIE
Hi   ami   I   mile
Cmtlliuluiii" at ..
.nu r ..I tin- 11. C
nrked A. M.'s N, K.
llorth Ko chuius;   llience east  811  chnius  to       March  27    loll.       Allien
point of   commencement,   contnlniiig 640 —
cnl.
chain;
rth so
lh
Suulh eust sonlh
I   1   mile corner ol
Reserve, marked G
,, south smith   Ho
1 i cm i- thenco   nn
then
Jy.-'.'. ARTIU'R  .IONICS.
March 31st.  1011.
l'KACK RIVKR  I.AN'D Ot--  kit 'I
District nf  Cnrilmn.
TAKK nolice  Hint  I,  George Lasec, •■(
Picton, Ontario, occupation Clerk, intend,
PEACE RIVER LANDDISTRICT.       I to apply Inr permission to purchase the
Dislrict of Curiboo. ; foliuwing describeil  lands:-
TAKIC urn ne thai I, Clarence Way, ol Commencing at n pusi planted 1 mih'
Picton, iititarin, occupation Carriage smith mn! i-, mllos wesl "i Uic South-cast
maker, iniends to npply fur permission tu curt,it ol the ll. C. Government Reserve,
purchase the fullowing'ilescrilieil lands..       marked 0. L.'s S. w. mrner; thence north
(i.iiiniiiniii.    nl   u   posl   pip I   I   mllc    Su   chains;   thenoe   east   80   chains,   ti .,■
smith  nti.l 5  miles   wist   uf  Uu- Snnlli cast   south Ha chains;   thence west   Ko chains  V.
corner „f the ll. C. Government -tcsi-nc,   puint   ut   commencement,   coninl ;■ S40
marked C. Vi's N. W. corner; theuce soutii   ncres.
Bu chains;   thenco  cist hi, cliains;  thence   Jv.22. GEORGE LASKIC.
nnrth 80 chuius, thence wesl Bo clinins lo     'Murch 30th., 1911.
poiut   ol commencement,   containing   640	
PEACE RIVER I.AND DISTRICT.
District nf Carilmn
TAKE nntiee     lhat   I,    Ednn   Wny,   "I
Picton, Ontario, occupation iimrncil woman
intenils In apply for permissiuli   to purch
ly.... CLARENCE WAY.
-March .Villi., ion.
.ll 23 ADAI.INIC   M.i
Murcli loth., i'.n.
PEACE RIVKR  LAN":   '
Disirici it    . :
TAKIC notice that  !,  v ■
Winnipeg,  Manitoba,   oecu
intends in apply fur perm
as.- Uic luliuwing ilcs.nl., I
Commencim.  at  n post  1
soutl I 7  inilcs wesl  ol   '
miner nl Ilic 11. C. C.iii'l 11-
tn.iiki-il M. M.'s S. IC, 1.'im 1 ■
im chains;   tbence w-esi 80 1
small Ho 1 huins;   llience ci. I   '
poinl ni   commencement,    coiitu
Jv 22. MARY MURDOI [■'
.larch .nth,,  mn.
Peace Rlvcr Land Disi. - Dist.    ■
TAKIC notico Unit Walter Gil;
ccupation m
.:.,;   640    taining  641
.I.VRAV
GLADYS S   CAMERON,
PEACE RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT,
use  lhe  I ■'! IV - ribed  l.u:.'-,
Commenc- planted   1
ninth and  1   m ■■   '... ■    1 il..' Sou:
oruer ol  Un-  It   ' .1	
marked M. H.'s S. V      rner; I
io chnins;   thence   east 80 1
luillli   Su   chains:   tl„ .1     1,  cl
Iv ;.'■ MINNIE HARRIS.
March 29th.,  ion.
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRIC
Dis
ui  Ci
1.22. CLARENCE VANCE.
Mulch 30111.,  ion.
Peace River LiiiiiI Dist. - Dist. of Cariboo.
TAKK  nutiee   thnt   Dull.in   Kirklanil,   ol ' ase tlle following  describeil  1 Is:
Edmonton,   Altn.,   occupation  jeweller,   in- |    Couimenciiig   ut   n   post   planted   I   mile    Hauls  1,, apply for permission
.lends to apply Ior permission In purchase ; south und 5 miles west  nl the Southeast   u„.  following described  Innils:
thc following descrilied binds:- .corner of the II. C. Government  Reserve,     C-. ncing nt a pnst  planted   1  1
Commencing  at  a  pnsl  plnntcil  2  miles ; marked E. W.'s S. IC. corner; thence north   suulh nl Sclliy's tempornry Boundun  1
south of the S. W. enrner uf Swnn  l.nkc, ! 80  chuins;   thence  west  80  chnins;   tiience   nt S. IC.  Corner nl  Dominion   Peace   I:
! thence   east    80  chains';     thencc   smilh   Bo   soulh 80 chuins;   thencc enst 80 chnius to    Reserve,   tbence   south    80   chains    III
chnins; thencc west 80 chnins; llience nnrth    point   ul     commencement,    containing   640 j west   Bo   chains:    thelice north   80   chit
j 80 chains. 1 acres. 1 theuee cusl Ho chains.
Jv.l. DAI.TI1N KIRKLAND. Jy.22. EDNA WAY. Jv.l. WALTER GILPIN.
March  27,  1.11.      Allien Tate,  agont.    ]   '-.larch 30th., 1011. [    .March 31st. ion.     Albert Tate,    ;en
notiee thai I Ed« ird V.mce, nl
Ontario, occupation farmer, in-
apply Inr pcrmissii 11 1-. purchas.
wing described lands
ul
ul
II. C, Cui
'• S   IC. m
S,nth east
1CDWARD VANCE.
P____E_'J_-_r__.;V*____-V-_L_;i-i'.:._-____^
—The Cariboo wagon road
is 167 miles long
That statement alone will prove to the readers the impossibility of price competition for imported beer against the product of a local industry
THE NORTHERN INTERIOR BREWING CO., LTD.
Has been incorporated by men who have had long business experience in Cariboo. The objects of the company are: To manufacture
beer for the trade of the Northern Interior; both to satisfy present requirements and the increasing demands of the construction next
year and thereafter. To maintain a brewery capable of supplying the demand for a first-class beer. Read this prospectus. The facts:
A prospectus lias been issued which reads
in purt us follows:
.01.TIII.KN INTERIOR BREWING
COMPANY LIMITED.
Incorporated under llie 1). ('. Companies
Acts.
SHARK CAPITAL §..0,000,00.
divided into fiOO shares of §..0.00 each.
PRESENT ISSUE
300 shares of 850.00 each at par,
payable
{ on application anil ,} on the corresponding
day of each of the' three following months,
DIRECTORS
JOHN, A. FRASER, M. P, I'. Merchant, of
QueBnel, B. ('. President,
JOHN 11. DANIELL, President. Northern
Interior Printing Co. Ltd. South Fort.
George, Vice-President.
"II.I.IAM L. COLLINS, Manager Hudson's Bay Co., Quesnel, Secy-Treasurer.
A. \X. CAMERON, Bank Manager, President
Quesnel Board of Trade, Quesnel, B, C.
EDWARD'L. KliPNER. Proprietor Occidental Hotel, Quesnel B. ('.
GE'RGE J. WALKER, Late Government
-Anent, Barkerville B. C.
BANKERS
The Northern Crown Bank-, Quesnel B. C.
SOLICITOR
1.. J. Avison, Quesnel, B. 0.
Registered Office — Quesnel B. ('.
This company is proposing to immediately
erect at Quesnel, a high class, modern brewery, and is offering to (he public for subscription at par 300 of its 600 shares,
Since the incorporation of the company
several jnonths ago, continuous efforts have
been made to obtain from the Dominion
Inland Revenue Department its consent to
the issue of a brewery licence. It has now
agreed to a grant being made when the
brewery is erected, antl it has already appointed an Inland Revenue Inspector at
Quesnel to transact the business of the company. An application will be made with ull
practicable speed for a provincial licence,
and the Directors now propose lo immediately construct and equip thc brewery.
The whole expenses of promoting the
company, including Solicitors charges for
promotion; Government fees; stock books;
the printing of stock certificates and the
Articles of Association; Solicitor's charges
for securing an understanding from the
Dominion Government as to a grant of a
licence when brewety is erected; the cost of
printing and publishing this prospectus have
been assumed by the Directors, or some of
them, ami for so doing the said J. B. Daniell will be allotted C>0 shares, nnd the said
.1. A. Fraser; W. L. Collins; A. W. Cameron;
E. L. Kepner; and George J. Walker 18
shares each. A contract tinted 25 November
l'JIO to this effect has been entered into between the Company antl the individual Directors und the same may be seen at the registered office of thc Company during business hours.
The Company is thus, without the payment of a single dollar, in thc very fortunate position of being discharged from all initial ami organizing expenses.
No shares will bedssued at a discount and
every dollar subscribed will be used for the
actual business,needs of the company.
The Directors are fortunate in having secured the services of Mr, George Bruder as
Brewer and .Manager. Mr. Bruder is splendidly equipped for the position, lie has "25
years experience   ns a Brewer in Germany,
Switzerland, the United States and Canada.
He is a graduate of the American Brewing
Academy anil wus for years Brcwmaster of
the Upper Michigan Brewing Company, nnd
later of the Imperial Brewing Company, of
Kamloops, both of which were exceedingly
successful under his management.
Mr. Bruder is the owner of a considerable
amount of Brewing plant and apparatus,
and so much confidence has he in the possibilities of this District, and the successful
outlook of the Company that he has agreed
to turn over his plant at a valuation in ex-
change for the shares of the Company at
full par value.
iThe Directors only propose to raise the
capital necessary to place the Company in a
thoroughly sound financial condition, and
now offer for sale §15,000,00 of shares based
on thc following estimate:
Site     $500.00
Building 7000.00
Machinery etc 4000.00
Plant and Apparatus  1500.00
Tools and accessories 500.00
Working Capital 2500.00
Less estimated value of
Mr. Bruder's plant 	
Net amount  of capital
$10,000.00
1250.00
required
 814750.00
The profits of Breweries are proverbial.
The distances of this country from the railroad; the impossibility of price competition
from the nearest brewery; the immense extent of territory this brewery will serve; and
lhe splendid prices obtainable, place this
brewery in a class by itself, and make the
Directors linn in their belief that this company will in a very short tine be in an exceedingly prosperous condition and paying a
very high rate of dividend.
This brewery will supply Quesnel, Fort
George, Stanley, 150 Mile House, Soda
Creek, Quesnel Forks, Hydraulic, and all the
surrounding country, and it is estimated
that these places, during this year, consume
at least 2000 barrels of beer. The plant it is
proposed to install is capable of manufact-
facturing 2500 barrels of beer per annum,
leaving a considerable margin for development without increased cost.
The construction of the G. T. P. and other
railways through this part of Northern B.
C. will immediately increase the territory
this brewery will serve, and ensure a big expansion of business within,a comparatively
short time. As any larger quantity of beer
can be manufactured at a less cost of output than a smaller quantity, a steady increase in the yearly profit in proportion to
the increase in business will be made.
An average wholesale price of a barrell of
beer holding 6 doz. bottles is §10.00 at tho
Brewery. Prices vary from $8.10 to §12.85
The average weight of such a barrell is
245!f.s, and the freight from the Brewery to
Quesnel at 5 cunts per pound would be §12.-
25. Beer from the Railway cannot therefore
be laid down in Quesnel under §22.25 per
barrell.
The estimated sost ol manufacturing a 0
dozen barrell of finest quality beer in Quesnel is only §7.80.
At §22.25 per barrell a bottle of beer costs
approximately 31 cents, of which the freight
is approximately 17 cents.
ESTIMATED PROFITS.
First working year,
Cost of manufacturing
1500 bbls.. fa 88.00 ... §12.01111.011
Selling price thereof @
§22.25 per bbl.,(wholesale in   Quesnel is today §30.00 per barrel ...33,375.00
Estd., gross profit ... $21,375.00
After providing for the writing off of the
cost of the entire building and plant in live
years, and for the creation in that time of
a reserve fund equal in amount to the entire capital now to be subscribed, these
profits would pay a dividend of over 00 per
cent.
To comply with the Companies Act it is
staled that the Minimum Subscription on
which the Directors will proceed to allotment is one share. A considerable number of
shares have already been spoken for.
Applications for shares should be made
upon the form accompanying this prospectus, and sent to the Company's Banker.-., the
Northern Crown Bank, Quesnel, or io the
Trader's Bank, South Fort George, with a
remittance for the amount payable on ap-
plication.
V copy of the Company's Memorandum of
Association is printed in the fold hereof,
and with the Articles of Association of the
Company forms pan hereof.
Where no allotment is iiie.de the deposit
will lie returned in full, and also where the
nutnber of shares allotted is less than the
number applied for the balance of the deposit will be applied towards the remaining
payments;
Failure to pay any lul ure instalment on
shares allotted when due will render previous payment liable to forfeiture.
Full prospectuses (upon the terms of which
applications will alone he entertained) and
forms of application can be obtained from
the Northern Crown Bank. Quesnel, The
Trader's Bank. South Fort I leorge, from
any of the Directors, and from F. .1. Avison
Quesnel.
This prospectus has been filed with llie
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
Dated at Quesnel, this 26th., day of April
1911.
THIS COMPANY offers to the public of Cariboo an opportunity of investing in a venture which will aud materially to the industrial development of the district, and the profits of which will be great
t
Send in your application for shares immediately.   Much of the stock
has already been subscribed for.   Don't delay.   Act at once.
$50 EACH
SHARES
$50 EACH
e
Northern Interior Brewing Co
This form of application may be used.    It should be filled in and sent in with tlic
amount of the deposit to the Northern Crown Bank, QucSnel, B.C.
.191
TO THE DIRECTORS OF THE NORTHERN INTERIOR BREWING CO., LTD.
Gentlemen— (Traders Bank. South Fort George, B.C.)
Having paid to the (Northern Crown Bank, Quesnel. B. C.) the sum of	
being a deposit of Jf 12.50 per share on   shares in the above named company,
1 request you to allot me that number of shares upon the terms of the company's full
prospectus, dated the 26th day of April, 1911, which I have read, and 1 hereby agree to
accept the same, or any smaller number thai may be allotted to me, and pay the balance of $38.50 per share as provided by the said prospectus, and 1 hereby authorize you
to register me as tho holder of the saitl shares.
Name in full       Address   	
Description               Date	
Signature 	
RECEIVED this day of
thc sum of $ , being a deposit of $
shares in thc above named company.
1911, of Mr.
per share upon
For the Northern Crown Bank, Quesnel, B.C.
For the Traders Bank, S. Fort George, B.C.
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Local Items.
The I'i'iii;h l olumbin Ex-
ress Company iiil'-iiil lo run
ii excursion between ii i'.s point
tul Quesnel on Labor day. for
cbull eame which is to
[. C. WIGGINS
FARM LANDS        5^1 Estate    GARDEN TRACTS
d investments made for owners and out-of-
Fire Insurance Agent for
enix Assurance Co.. Ltd.,  British-American Assurance
Valuations
j   town I u.M f
('il. anil the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co.
FOURTH ST.      -     -     SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C.
..MiHTLI
Real Estate
Fort George and South Fort George
Sales Solicitors for
Natural Resources Security Co.
Limited
Representing
Mercantile Trust Co., Ltd.
Canadian National lnvestors,Ltd
Excellent listings of
City Property
Garden Tracts
Acre Tracts
Farm Lands
BESTFAC1LITIES FOR LOCATING PRE-EMPTIONERS
DON'T   BUY
PAPER
We don't ask you to purchase South Fort George lots bv
making a pencil mark on a townsite plan   You would
be safe in so doing, but if skeptical
<F
CO-HE TO
9
=\
wn ys_.
"*==   Investigate Our Proposition
and you will find a good live town    Two banks, saw mill
pool hall, newspaper, two general stores, splendid
hotel, bakery, stationery store, mail-boat
landing, scores of buildings,
and crowds  of  satisfied   buyers
WE-T3. FOR IIMriHl-_.\T_«P. TO
NORTHERN ffillMENT CO.
172 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B C . or the resident agent,
g. e, Mclaughlin
Fourth Avenue, South Fort George
IwnLBlair&Col
fA WH. KENNEDY, Manwer. W*
__ Cor. Second and Hamilton Aves, SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C. fi
.1.  Bike   Davies,   of Quesnel, JI
was iiimongsl thu arrivals in the W
van of     ii. Minister of Works
lasl   Thursday.   Mr.  Davies is
well kiiii'.'ii  in the Cariboo.   He _______________________
was for   Mime years connected Nolice is hereby given that the
with the declining firm ol Jns, partnership heretofore subsisting
Held I,til, ci outfit thnt was ai between the undersigned, as ho-
ono linn' I' ■ premier mercantile tel   proprietors,  at South Fort
fir i the nonh, but is now ;George, has this day been dis-
retrograding.   Mr.   Davies is a, i solved (by mutual consent),
well  known  figure  in   Quesnel The business will be wound up
mid vicinity. by J. W. Cameron.   All debts
,,   ,,      ' , ,.          Ontnrln wing to the partnership are to
I'.    ll ill.    < 11     11 i 111,    1'illill It),     j •  i     ,        i  ■ I       •>       <    •
i ,, ,, ., ,i , ,, 'be paid to him, and all claims
and Mr UcUidlns, oi Q'"'-- !aRainst the „a,.tnershipare to be
nel l-,..-ks, wore amongst tne presei.ted at Smith Fort George
arrivals in town tins week. Mr.  to j  w   Camr0Jt h.. the cla,«.
arr is making a trip into the ants ,lm, wi„ be settled by him.
I ence Kiver country. Dated at Smith  Fort George
Road    bupervisor    Malcolm . thig 24tli dav of .lulv, 1911.
McNevin  retimed irom a torn       ALBERT JOHNSON
oi   inspection    over   lue roads       ROBERT MICHAEL BURNS
c.ai are    being  built    id  the     Witness:   J.W.Cameron.
Kraser    Luke    country,    this 	
Liquor Act, 1 BIO
Tta New Northern Hotel.
Section S5.
NOTICE is hereby given that on
The work of building thc new the30th day of August next, ap-
Norlhcru Hotel has commenced, plication  will   be   made   to the
'I he building is being erected on superintendent of Provincial Po-
,       I,,-      i , .    ■ I,,   i   11 i ice tor the grunt ot a license lor
lots u' }° ,md l!l "' liloek n> the sale of liquor by retail in and I
D- L.   93-,    on the corner of upon the premises known as the
Hamilton   Avenue  :,id  Third Clarence Hotel, situate at South
Street.   The contract's specific- Kort George, upon the lands de- j
aiimis require tLut the building scribed as lots 9 and 10, block 13,'
shad be completed bv Soplem- Subdivison 933.
bi-r the   twentieth.    The plans Dated this29th day of July, 1911
show thirty rooms, in ,-, three ROBERT MICHAEL BURNS j
story    lions'.   The lobby, bar, Applicant,
dining  rooms   and lounge  are .
all  largo airy rooms. The si/.-- iv.,.. i.:..r i..,u,i Di.t    Dist. of Cariboo.
of the   building    is   I'.I.VI    feet, TAKE notice Hint Julin White Heron, ol
fronting on  Hamilton   Avenue
District, of
Fort George, Nechaco Valley, Fraser
Valley, Bu'.kley Valley and Stoney 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 George
Telegraphic address:
"Erin," Fort George, B.C.
Fine crockery pleases the eye,
Nourishes the heart
And stimulates the appetite
■WU____B____B *n W WMP— WW
QjJjJA gjpJ A B T ERST>
FORT GEOli LANDS
YOU  CAN  KTII.I. I5UY
Good Land a. Bea_.ui-_.ble Prices
and On Very n_.._o.i„_I-.'_i-m_,   Title Perfect.   	
We carry a complete line ^
Write for further information to
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
General Offices:   410,411, -112 Winch Bldg., Vancouver, B. C.
London Ofli-e:    G Old Jewry,
South Fort George Office, Second St. Russell R. WALKER, Sales Agent
PAID-UP CAPITAL,
»1,800,000.
City Liveiry
HAMILTON & WHITE
PROPRIETOHS
Second bt. ;__-_________-___________________________________________-________
Rigs, Saddle and Pack Horses furnished on short notice.
Draying of all kinds and excavating done. Feed of all sorts
continually kept on hand.
Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed.
Assets Exceed Fifty ffiiliicn Dollars
\ 1910
mi Feed Stables 11Tk Sank of British Iiorth America
Your money Is Bafer in the Hunk than in your house or in your
pocket. It is Dot ticil up. Ynu can get it out nt any time without delay. NOTES dl-counted, Local and foreign Drafts bought
and sold. COLLECTIONS made promptly.   Money Orde.B Issued.
Fort George Branch,     \ L._<_. MarHaffie, Mgr.
Barber,  in-
nn i_ purchase
   Alia.,   uccupi
_n____H_____n____^__________^_______________|teiiili.  In  apply  Inr
1 |)  1"   the      time nl    going  to   „,_ |„|l_w/„K descrilied 1
press the contrite! hud not been     Commencing »i ., post planted 2jj miles
1     , || : villi  "I   llie S.  IV. curner "I   Swan   Lake;
let, ami tho work iilreatlj being „„,»,   mMk 8„ ci,ai„a   tiience west 8o
curried on '- being done by the linius; tlicn-c nortli 8o chaini; ihenee cost
proprietor, filbert Johnson. \\e iv\ john white heron,
will give ii detailed description    March -'«, 1911.    Albert 'fate, agent,
of llie holi'l iii our noxl is.11 -,
Foremost  n..non_rst   thc mun- ,'l'''"c H*vcr I.'1111' Hist. - Dist. ol Curiboo,
pretty new residencies here to-     MK,': »?ticc """ Alu'rl Tolei °< Ed-
1        ' •       1 ,   ,, ,    11   Hull,   Aha.,  nccupation   iir..sii.i inr,  111-
dll.V     IS the    l.ome ol   Mr.  und   ,_,,__ tn apply lor pcrmi-si-- to purchase
Mrs. George    McLaughlin, on  the (ollowing iiwcrited lands;
'    iil.' at ii post planled ,,nt milf
For
Sale
Nechaco
River water-
frontage
Within one
mile of subdivisions
_____________    App'y ^
N H WESLEY, Second street
Fourth Street.   The Louse has ,,.s't"",','("'
been decorated   internally with oupo  bi
tinted   benver   board, panelled '""'"   [°
nii with  dark  mnhogony.   The jy.i.'
Iloors nre of picked Br lumber, J,«rch ■
nml  the   furniture   of   the old
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 35,)
NOTIi E is hereby given thai
on the l-ili day of Septembei i
next, applicati in will be made ti
the Sunt rintendenl of Provincial
police for the grant of a licenct
for the sale of liquor by retail ii
and upon lho promises known as
Hotel Northern, situate at Soutl
Fort George, upon the lands described as lots 1-1, 15, 16, block
11, 931
Eated this 12th day of Aug. 1911
ALBERT JOHNSON.
nutlet ul Swan Lake, ll'.ius
•rl; thenee M) eliiiinrt Hoalh;
chains   east :    thonce   Nl     chains
ALBERT TATE.
.   i'Jii       Albert  Talc,  agent.
Fort George Brick Co.
We are now prepared
to accept orders for
brick and lime. Also
to job by contract.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Jorgensen&Knox
Proprietors
Lasel! _ ave., South Fort George
I'i
- Ri
mi
i i inst. -
Dist. of Cnriboo,
TA
lice ih.it Will
■   'apply
1,1111 Matthews, ..I
nation Insurance
i..r permission to
■scribed 1 Is:
Col
,i  K
Be
1-
rch
c   1<
lis
■  ii   ..;  limn
unci   south
inins    thencc
Bo chains,
WILLIAM
i   Pin.     All
Iilanted 2 miles
ry Uoiiii.lnrv Post
inion Pence River
Hu chaini; thence
mirth  80   chains;
MATTHEWS.
iert Tale, .ijjelil.
: i.i
Land Dint.
l):st. ,.[ Cariboo.
TA
KE
III
lice that  WI
Ilintll   Diirriinit,  nf
-■r ,
II.I.
All i., occup
ation   Farmer,   in -
Ml""'
Inl'l.
iwii
|>l\   lor  -ii-rtn
ie .li si ribed 1
Ission to purchase
amis:-
Co
Rene
west
then.
Jv.l
Mo
I. !■'.
Be
.e e
rch
Se
t
111
.isl
.H-'
nt: nt a  post  |)lantcd 7 nines
Ibv's lemnnrary ll.nunl.irv Pust
Hiii-r  nl   llouiiliii.il   Peace  River
cn.c   south    Hii   chnins;   thelice
liains;   thencc imrth Hn   chains;
Ho chains,
Wil.MAM DURRANI).
!l.  1911.      Albert Tale, njl.lit.
Fort George
Drug Co.
Prescrip-
Iki-s a
Specially
This is season-   I •      I'
able weather for UnM! JUICe
A liirri1 stiK-k ur which I* alwayB on hand.
DrugB, Chpmicall, Patent Mwilcinea.
Mui
The Grand Trunk Railway at
Edson has 26 miles of. side trackage
Figure out how much trackage will be necessary here
once the trancontidental is completed and the branch to Vancouver is in operation. The Vancouver line alone is the
equivalent of a main line, for all Puget Sound business
originating in the Eastern States, and secured by the Grand
Trunk, will pass South Fort George. This business will be
enormous and many times greater than that going to Prince
Rupert. This prospective development gives South Fort
a value not possessed by other addition property because it
is situated on the Fraser river.   Look into the future.
Come to me.   I'll help you buy.    Write for acreage
N. H. WESLEY
Real Estate Specialist South Fort George
»mj_rii«i^_____(i___(Brr_4__jx__;__»r__i____.
THE TRADERS BAM OF CANADA
Head Office:
T.jnONTO, OIVT.
Paying Cut-oi'-Tnwu Accounts
Small amounts can be senl safely and at small cost by usina
Bank Money Orders.   Any bank in Canada (Yukon excepted]
will cash them without charge, and they can be cashed in leading American cities.   They are sold at the following rates;—
grand under    -     -      Peents n.i- «-. t 8 cenbi
OverJlO/t. UlO     -     -   111 ecu, Out 6   lu KO     -     -     -    18 cents
t'upil-1 nml Surplus - »_,«_0,000
H. c. f.E_» MA.:., manager.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
".iizifM.'f, BiMil-S. Stationery.
ifa.'.ni-
ThiIH ,
Articles, -3ruKKi-iisvSiin_lriea
J
I'UACli mviiu T. \vn DISTRICT.
II »lricl  ut Caril	
TAKB notice tlmt 1, Willium Junes, a
\\inin;.ic, Munll.il>.., u.-iipnlioii traveller
inteii,l» to npj.l     "
I'eaee Rlvcr l.i
Dint,  ■ Illsl. ul Caril
Hint    Surah    .trick,  ol
.11,.
|a
■il   ■     	
Dlalileil   j   mil
"I llle Sonlh cn
rlr,I w
clialiuii
■'li   «.| ,
"'    ' "'">"""-. cuntal 8 <>!•
«II,L1AM JONES.
_____y   ___________________________
j Striithcoitii,      Alta.,    occttpnllnn    inarrieil
'vn' i, intenda to upply Inr permission to
lo iiurcl      lmrcl"u"! 'I"' lollowini,.  ilescrilieil  lallils:-
I""1   I    Colll1n_llclnE  ,,l   a   mist   planleil   5   miles
iouth ni i-elhyV temnorary liuundnry Post
u S. li. Corner ul Dominion  Peace River
| Deserve,   Ihcnce  south    811  chnins;   llielue
imiii-   oM  B"  l''"li"s'   ""',K'1' '""'ll1 8u  clwlnm
°«U.    thence east Ho chains
'.'_".' I JV '- SARAH 1IHICK.
March 3<>lli.  1911,      Alherl Tulc, ui;eiit.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Carihoo.
TAKE notice lhal I, .lohn Slrachan, oi
Picton, Ontario, occupation Gentleman, intenils to apply lor permission lo purchase
the following ilescrilieil Iniuls:-
soiitli aoil 7 miles west of the South east
corner of the B. C. Government Reserve
marl.eil J. S.'s N. W- corner; thence south
Ku chains; thence ensl 80 chains; thence
norlli   80 chains;   Uieuce  west  Ho chains to
point  of    commenci'iueiit,   containing n.|o
acres.
Jy.ll. JOHN  STKACHAN.
March _olll.,  lull.
Fort George Trading & Lumber Co., Limited
Freight consigned to steamoi
"Chilcotin" at Sisla Creek will
Operators of Steamers on the Fraser, Nechaco and
Stuart Rivers — - Manufacturers of Lumber   S_Kfffitffi'f_'n.rtal '"
All kinds of rough and dressed
Lumber for Sale
Phone: One-One   ■__ Mouldings
chas. B, McELRoMYnaiter South Fort George
THE BAM OF MCOUVER
=3     IlcRrl omc«:
vavcolveu, a. C.
CAPITAL AUTII01tIZr.D
ll I ll GO rnus :
$2,000,000
U~P. McLennan, Ewi., Prp-i.Icnt: Mcj
hnimin. Md'Vi'ly ft Co., WholtaalB
Hardware, Vuik'oumt. H.C.
M. ll. CAKL1N, Bin., Vifi I'realdont,
Oaplialfit. Victoria,  B.C.
Ills UOMOR T. U, PATERSOM. Wru
t-'iiniit-(ii)V<rnnr DrHUh  Ohimbtfl
I,. Vi. SHATKOHD, Esq., M.L.A.. Mcrohant, Hfldfoy. B.C.
W. II. MALKIN', Eld., Tiiu \K. " Mnl
kin Co.. Ltd,, \.li.>li< ilc Grown,
Vancouver, H.C.
il-crt Konnody,   New Westminster.
v  MITCHELL.    Esq.,   Cntfti-Hst,
', lorln, li. ('.
'1    HEAPS,  Eiq.,  B,  U.  Hobm &
;n ,  1. iii.iT and Timber!  Proaidont
■ ■  ■  'ii'i 1  Co.,  Lnl-,   Vuncou-
• ■, li. ('.
\    I1 VRVEY   Eiq.,  K.O.,  (orinrrly
,f Ci     ,,. ■■    R.C., Vancpuvar, B.C.
A. L. BE v Ul, General Manager,
ACTED
GENERAL DANKIKO BUSINESSf
Fori GeorR**; Sirar.ch; F. N. DEWAK, Manager.
ni s. 15, Cotlici  ul I
l.'OMTVC,     ll.flH'f     ■        ___________________
west   Ku   rlmi-i    ilirmc north  Ro  dialna
thence cist 80 chaini.
J>.S. JOHN HALL.
_U_.n-l 31st  1911,    Albert Tate. nj;ctit,
PKACU RIVRtt LAND DISTRICT,
 H District .«l  Cariboo.
  j   TAKK nolice   Ilml   I,    Etllc  Jones, ctl
Mil. "i Cariboo.   Loa AhkcIcs, Cult., occupation iinttuirrfed,
n   11.ill,  "t  l-.tl    intend lo aiqily for [lerinlaaloii lo purcliano
nccuiitiiitiit, in    tbf tollowliijj described landa:
don lo i-iirc'lmsi       Com men el n w   nt   .1   posl   itlmtlrt.   1   mile
,i,l,;. inutti und 7 mllei west nt llie Bontli-cnat
nlnnted i inllw* j cornet "I the B. (.'. Oovetimtenl Reaorve,
, Boundary Pnst I marked K. J.'a N. V,. comer; Ihenee south
Iun Peace llivci I So chnins; thence west Rn chaina; thence
^-^^-^^^^^        >rt li Hn chnlna; theiice east 80 clinins to
pom.   ui   comtitciicetuent,   containing 6.)<>
acres.
Jy.aa, KTTIE JUNES.
'Murch joth.. 1911,
Peace Rivet- Lnnd Dist. - Disi. ol Cariboo.
TAKIO notice that Arthur Mason, of
Edmonton Altn., occupation Dentist, intends to apply lor permissinn to purchase
the   following   (lescribed   lallds:-
Commencing at a post plnnted ijj miles
ol the moat sniiiln-rly point of Swan Lake
thence cast 80 chains; thence south 80
theuce wesi 80 chains; thenee north 80
chains.
Jy.i, ARTHUR MASON.
Peace River Lnnd Dist. - Dist. of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Arthur Walker, of
Edmonton, Alta., occupation clerk. Intends
to upply lor permission to purciuise the
following described lands:-
Commencing at a post planted 2\ miles
south ol the most southerly corner of
Swan Lake; theuce east 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thenee west 80 chains;
llience north 80 chnins.
•!>'■'■ ARTHUR WALKER.
March 38, 1911.     Albert Tuti, agent.
Important Real Estate Announcement to the Residents
of South Fort George
__ gome tjme ag0 we pUrchaseci 262 lots in Collins' Addition, D. L. S. 1426. As this wholesale purchase was made at a
favorable time we are in a position to offer these lots at low
prices and on very easy terms of payment.
 Judging from the prices asked for surrounding property we can safely assure you that these lots are being offered
at less than half the price being asked for properties adjoining
in any direction.
 We have prepared a plan of the lots being offered and
a price list of.same. These will be mailed to you upon request.
Apply
THE WALCH LAND CO.
Northern Crown Bank Building WINNIPEG  MAN
 ,  ' ' |
__*._K____i_,,-i'_:-^'-K.-_i_-_4:_________-_-^
I.USSI--.I- PEDEN
W. V. COOKE
-.
The
in lohh
1 ZZ3
GENERAL MERCHANTS
and manufacturers of all kinds
of rough and dressed
LUMBER
D__g________faB-__
We are consistent in our
$| ' prices and thc stock is
'4\ new in our big Second St.
■j\    Store
Our lumber is dry and Pl
must be  used  to make Ij
building resist the frost fe
oi winter ft
►;
I jj  Store, Office and Lumber Yard, South Fort George |
KWWW.W.KroroOT^W.^.iW.:^:...^^^
P. G. B. BODEKER
Land and Timber Cruiser
Pre-emption- Located,
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
E-MKA-H S.H.IT.-D,
gore & McGregor,
B, C, LAND SURVEYORS
Victoria and
Fort George, B. C.
KEOIACO
Fre-empiioiis £t
.yjlaUHi   Close lo Fort George
N.CJORGENSEN South Ft.George
_ «       c
       - Cleaned
suits rt*
^wing Mrs. G. McGaughey
opposite   hotel  northern

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