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 JWKT UfDUKUE
Vol. I.   No. 8.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C, OCTOBER 8, 1910.
NATURAL RESOURCES CO.
REFUSED INTERIM INJUNCTION RESTRAINING TORONTO SATURDAY NIGHT FROM
MENTIONING THEIR TOWNSITE
The Natural Resources Security Company, Ltd.,
applied yesterday morning (September 15) to Mr!
Middleton for an interim injunction restraining
Saturday Night, Ltd., from continuing the publication of matter said to be libelous in connection
with the sale of lots of the Fort George townsite,
says the Mail and Empire, Toronto.
Mr. Glyn Osier, who appeared for plaintiff, said
that if defendants were allowed to goon publishing the alleged libels they might inflict irreparable
injury on his clients, besides which any damages
they might recover at the trial would not be worth
considering. There was also the question of defendant's solvency, which could not be ignored.
G. M. Clark, for defendant, contended that the
question of solvency did not arise at this stage.
Flans showing the location were put in by counsel
for the defendants, who pointed out to the court
that the workshops of the Grand Trunk Pacific
were on different lots in successive plans. They
first appeared on an Indian reserve in the neighborhood, but gradually came to occupy quite a central position in the townsite.
"Has the railway actually located the line there?"
asked Justice Middleton.
"Not that 1 know of," replied Mr. Osier.
Justice Middleton. reading the circulars sent out
by plaintiffs in reply to the attack by Saturday
Night on the scheme, remarked that as they had
chosen to reply by counter publication to the alleged libel, he did not think they could now come
to the courts and ask for an interim injunction.
$3 per Annum.
If further evidence is necessary to convince the
man who is looking for the opportunity to "lead a
simple life," with profit to himself and to the
community, we will refer him to eighteen pre-emp-
tors who are at present located at Giscombe Portage, 41 miles north of here on the Eraser river.
Twelve of the party of eighteen left here on Monday, some by canoe, and others overland with
horses, wagons and implements. The other six
have been stationed at the above-named point all
summer, and have done a lot of work improving
their holdings in the short space of time in which
they have been there. J. J. McGaghran, one of
the party, says the land is easily cleared, one acre
per day having been cleared of light bush by the
setllors. The eighteen quarter-sections are contiguous to each other, with good water, fine clay
soil and a good store within three miles of the settlement. There is also an abundance of game in
the district. The settlers that left on Monday are
Wm. Tomkins,, Wm. Griffiths, J. J. McGaghran,
W. Thorn, James Baker, A. Bert, James Baker, J.
Thompson, Joseph Burke, Joseph Hickie, William
Bain and Robert Hines. If any man or woman
wants good settlers for company, here is the spot.
There is not a drone in the eighteen.
On her return trip from here last week the
steamer B. X. struck a rock and sustained severe
damage to her hull. Captain Brown beached the
boat with three feet of water in one of her compartments. The passengers went on to Quesnel in j.
one of the life boats. It was found necessary to
blow out a boulder which lay between the B. X.
and the shore in order that repairs could be made
to the boat in shallow water, and in doing this i
work too much powder was used, which resulted
in the smashing of most of the glass in the vessel.
The exceptionally low water is responsible for this
accident to the boat, which has given South Fort
George such an excellent service all the past season, and it is to be hoped that the damage can be
speedily repaired in order that a few more trips
can be made before the close of navigation. This,
the management intend to accomplish, if possible.
— -4	
South Fort George regrets the departure of M.
C. Wiggins, of the Northern Development company, who left here for Vancouver on the Chilco
last Wednesday. Mr. Wiggins will return in the
spring and will resume his operations for the local
townsite company. We are informed that he will
winter in Honolulu, in the shade of a banana tree,
leaving his confrere,  Bill Cooke,  in the frozen
north.
 -4	
Mail for this town should be addressed to South
Fort George. The name "Fort George was bought
by the Natural Resources Security Co. Ihey use
it for bait.
The Land of Opportunity
Fort George district-New Cariboo-is the
land of opportunity.- It is the raw material
awaiting the right hand of man. It is the
haven of the youngster with pluck in his basket, sand in his craw, and brains in his head.
It is an empire in the nude calling out to the
world for a covering of man's enterprise. It
is a region of liberty and freedom, tempered
with charming chinooks, invigorating frosts,
and scintilating electrical lights. Lastly, it is
the Last Great West that opens its arms to
the countless thousands who are seeking a
place to rest on on the North American continent.
Four Princeton university men have located
in South Fort George. They have engaged in
business here. They are wise men of the
east. They foresee possibilities. Come on
young men, for this is a young man's country, and grow up with the Last West.
James Thompson, manager of the New Caledonia district of the Hudson's Bay Co., which comprises all that company's territory lying west of
the Canadian Rockies, arrived at the Fort George
post on Sunday last, leaving by canoe for Quesnel
on Wednesday. Mr. Thompson came in via the
Skeena river and Hazelton, visiting all the principal posts on his annual tour of inspection. The
Fort George post was founded in 1807 by Simon
Fraser, the discoverer of the river which bears his
name. It formed a link in the chain of posts of
which Fort St. James was the distributing centre
before Fort Alexandria, 130 miles south of here on
the Fraser, became the central depot, being supplied from Kamloops.
The old-time Gentlemen Adventurers invariably
selected their sites in the wilderness, where they
sought the fur, at points which have become the
centres of industry when development, by transportation facilities, has changed the wild into the
inhabited productive country with the onward
march of civilization.
It is rumored that the Hudson's Bay company's
land here will be subdivided next year and placed
on the market. Questioned on this point, Manager
Thompson stated that at present the plans of the
company were not defined, and that it lay entirely
with the board in London. No plans have been
made for the improvement of the company's post
here at present, however, and this seems to indicate that a different location may be decided upon,
as the post itself, at present is a typically old log
fur trade building, and is in the obsolete class, according to present and future requirements here.
Mr. James Cowie, the local manager, a man who
has grown grey in the service of the company, is
fully alive to the importance of his post. The stock
on hand for the winter season this year is considerably greater than that of any previous outfit
that Fort George has yet received, and the post,
although officially classed in the "fur-trade outfit,"
is in reality a sales-shop.
 $	
The G. T. P. party of five artists, consisting of
J. Wesley Swan, photographer; R. E. W. Lett, immigration agent; G. Home Russell, landscape artist, and F. Talbot, of Montreal, a contributor to
different magazines, have arrived in Hazelton.
The party traveled over the proposed route of the
G.T.P. from Edmonton with the object of securing
data and information for further acquainting the
public with the country adjacent to the route of
the new transcontinental railway and their work
should bear good fruit. The party were more than
pleased with the wealth of material encountered on
their trip across the continent.
At a meeting of old-timers held in Nelson on the
20th ultimo, a movement was launched for a memorial to the late John Houston. The amount which
the committee in charge of the fund hope to collect
is $2500. Subscription sheets will be sent to Vancouver, Victoria, Prince Rupert, Cariboo and other
places were Houston was known.
 *	
The water in the Fraser is still exceptionally low,
in spite of the light rains which have fallen recently. It is anticipated that the river will rise
sufficiently to allow a few trips of the B.X., if her
repairs can be made in time, before the close of the
season.
JUGGLING WITH FACTS
"BRUCE"   OF  SATURDAY   SUNSET  BASES
HIS ARGUMENTS ANENT FORT GEORGE
ON TRIVIAL TECHNICALITIES
On January the fifteenth of the present year,
John Houston, one of the ablest and most brilliant
pioneer journalists of the west, who was then publishing the Fort George Tribune at this point,
printed an article answering one of numerous enquiries regarding the Central Fort George town-
site, owned by the Natural Resources Security Co.
Houston stated that in his opinion the trading
value of the lots in that site then was from $5 to
$10 apiece.
We published an article in tne Cariboo Observer,
in which we stated that Houston's article appeared
to show prejudice, and that we considered his opinion exaggerated. We were not at that time aware
of the methods resorted to by the advertising department of the lot-selling corporation who have
since January increased their holdings to over fifteen hundred acres, and by advertising misrepresentations inveigled the public into "investing" to
such an extent that further additions to their town-
sites are pending.
Some time after John Houston wrote the article
referred to he died. The Natural Resources Security Company terrorized his youthful heir by threats
of libel suits, which resulted in their buying from
him the Tribune, and printed a "retraction" of his
benefactor's article.
Thus the Natural Resources Security Company
obtained control of John Houston's journal which,
had he lived, would today be the chief factor in
the campaign of publicity against their operations
here.
Toronto Saturday Night, a powerful eastern
weekly publication, whose commendable aim in
existence is to expose, for the public benefit, the
methods of corporations who seek to foist on the
public "wildcat" propositions which reap their
gains through the results of extravagant advertising, has taken the field against the Natural Resources Security Company's townsite here.
Being unable to purchase Toronto Saturday
Night, the Natural Resources Security Company
have brought against them an action for libel for
unstated damages, and also sought to obtain from
the Canadian courts an injunction restricting Saturday Night from referring to their proposition.
The injunction was refused by Justice Middleton,
in his court at Toronto, on the fifteenth of this
month.
Buying the goodwill or the somnolence of the
press, is an adjunct in the policy of the townsite
company. As related, they absorbed the Tribune
here utterly. They sought to transform Saturday
Night into a mute. On the steps of the Empress
Hotel, in Victoria, President Hammond offered the
equivalent to a subsidy to the Herald editor to
locate on his townsite, and the latest acquisition to
their advertising journals is a prostituted "independent" weekly named the Saturday Sunset, in
Vancouver.
Just how "Bruce," the Sunset editor, has been
bought, we cannot say. Yet surely bought he is.
In July "Bruce" visited this place. He was, we
are informed, the guest of the Natural Resources
Security Company during his stay. The Sunset has
reiterated again and again three statements which
it puts forward, apparently as justification for its
whole attitude. They are trivial technicalities,
showing the hair-splitting which " Bruce" resorts
to in his journalism. He claims that it is up to
Saturday Night, or The Herald, to "pry t ff these
'lies' which he has nailed to the counter, or shut
up."
Firstly, the Sunset claims that Saturday Night
said that the Natural Resources Company did not
own the townsite of Fort George. They do not.
Because the Provincial government sold the right
to register a townsite under the name of "Fort
George"—which right was acquired by the Natural Resources Company—it does not follow that
the townsite of Fort George shall be owned by
them. That was tried at Prince Rupert, when a
smart alec Frenchman grabbed a piece of land,
subdivided, and dubbed it Prince Rupert. It obtained registration under that name, but the Provincial government went to the trouble of advertising the fact that the site in question was not the
terminus of the Grand Trunk Pacific, and when
Prince Rupert proper was laid out the other site
was not heard of again. That is one of "Bruce's"
points. Again, Bruce claims that the Grand Trunk
Pacific do not own the Indian reserve and that the
(COTINUED ON PAGE TWO.) UKI Hut HtHALII;
POBLISHFf) BY THE
NORTHERN INTERIOR PRINTING CO.
I   a   DANHiLl.HRESlt5F.NT
Devoted   to   the   interests   of   Fort
George and  the entire Northern  Interior.
II.  DANIELL, Editor.
October 8, 1910.
Considerable credit is due to
if SOUTH Fort George in their advertising, but, perhaps, the limit was
reached when they planted great cotton signs, without leave of any kind,
on the steamboat landing here. Those
signs lied in letters twelve inches high
about the "splendid hotel accommodation" to bo obtained on the townsite of
Fort George.
The " hotel " referred to is some
sixteen tents in a row, resembling a
survey camp. These signs were torn
down one flight by some imiigtfatit citizen. The Natural Resources people
^^_ . tried to saddle the editor of The Herald
the publicity committee of the as a party to their destruction, but as
South Fort George Board of Trade he could prove a complete alibi, it
on the issuance of their booklet, failed.
,  . . ,, i       i.„~„o   o.wl      The pink-tea editor of the Sunset lies
exploiting the advantages and most unPs,nipulously !lt all ^ but
resources ol our wonderful north- never so badly as when he i8beaten
land, and of South Fort George, am] getting mf.d. His personal remarks
as its capital and its distributing of last week are most uncalled for, but
centre.   The cover design, an ar- he was probably drunk when he wrote
.    .    ,' •        ii- .-i,      ,i... ,1..,,.,f them.    He  has   a failing  for  getting
tistic triumph ot the color print-  .... . ;    ■    .;
noun muni! ,1   ■ i drunk at inopportune moments, as wit-
er's art, in red, yellow and black, ness a certajn 9peech he made during
depicts an aged Fort George In- the last election campaign.
dian  packing his outfit on  his       ... ~
back with a "tompline," or head ^*~»»»**»»»»»»*»-»»»»*
Punnet ol cunooo.
TAKE  notico  that Thomas liuigley  of Sennit',  tV'asli.i  exprpssmnn,  Intends  iu   apply
fur  permission    iu   puruhnse  the   following
described   liuiils:       Commencing  in   n    posi     »
planted adjoining  th.   nurtii  west  corner of   rA
District   Lot   872,   theiice   west   SO    chains
ihenee   Bouth   SU   clinins:     thenco    ensl    80   ^
chains;  thence  north  80 chains to  point  of   #
commencement,  containing   t>40  ncres    more
or  less. THOMAS  QUHILEY.
August 23.  10)0. W.  V. Cooke, agent   V
KORT  OKOItdK   LAND   DISTRICT
District of Cnriboo.
TAKE  notice  thnt  Jnincs   Kdwnrd  Oulnet
of  Vancouver,  contractor,   intends  lo  apply
lor    pi'i'nussioii    io  purchase  Hie  lollowing   l-1
described    lnnds:       rommenclng nt a   post   J
planted  nine  miles  north  ol  the Blackwater   rA
Itivcr and  at  the S W  corner post   ol   Lot
i)8i)A,   thence   SO   chains   north;    thence    80   ^"
ehnins  west;   thonce  80 chains  soulh;  thenco   a
Sll  eliains  oast  to   point  of commencement.    A
.1 VMF.S  I'lUVMtli OI'IN'F.T.       IB
September 1. 1910.       VT,  MacKirdy,  agent   V
% p i Al»
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
till
strap, and carrying his rifle.
The title on the cover is appropriate: "The Last West." Eight
pages of useful information to
the intending settler or investor,
with four half-tone illustrations
of the townsite and surrounding
scenes, with a sketch map of 9
Central British Columbia, make
up the pamphlet. The South Fort
George Board of Trade was
formed on May the second of the
present year. Its aim is to advance the business interests here
and to supply reliable information
from a source independent of any
townsite company, to the public,
in an endeavor to propagate by
this publicity and organization,
the business houses of South
Fort George
JOHN BRONGER
Builder and Contractor
Plans and Blue Prints
Furnished.
Estimates Submitted.
Cor. Tapage and Hamilton.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
KOItT OEOROE I. WD DISTRICT
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Arthlir Kilmer ol Van
couver, real estate agent, Intends lo apply
for permission 10 purchase the lollowing
described lands: Commencing at a posi
planted ten miles north oi die Blackwater
giver and one mile west from tho S \V cor
ner post of Lot ;io8, llience 80 eliains ,
north; thonce 8(1 clinins weBt; thenee Sll >
eliains south; thenc SO chains enst to thi' f
point  of commencement.
ARTHUR   FILMER,      .,
September 1.  1910.        VV.  MacKirdy, agent   >
PORT OEOROE   LAND  DISTRICT.
Dislriel   of  Cariboo. S
TAKE notice lhat  Oeorge Walter Evans ol (T,
Vancouver,  real estate agent,  Intends to ap- «
ply lor permission to purchase the lollowing k^
We have
secured the
exclusive
agency for
the
Canadian
Kodak
Company,
and have a
complete
stock of
everything
for the
photographer.
Ing   nt    a     post     .
tne  Blnckwater   rA
gore & McGregor,
6. C. UNO SURVEYORS
Townsites, Timber Land and
Mineral Claims Surveyed.
Victoria and
Fort George, B. C.
 I       PIGS FOR SALE.
The sphere of ac- Well bred young Berkshire Pigs
described   lands:     Com
planli'd nini' miles nort ^^^^^^^^^^^
'River nnd one mile weBt of the S W corner
post oi Lot ;.,,.i.\, thenci 811 chains nortl ;
tlienee Stl chains west: thence SO chains
south; thenee SU eliains enst lo the point
ol commencement.
OEOROE WALTER   RVANS.
August  3).  L910. \\.  MacKirdy,  agent
PORT  OEOROE   LAND  DISTRICT.
District ul Cariboo.
TAKK  notice  lhat   Nettie  Doollttle  ol  Index,  Wash.,  married woman, iiitenils to apply  lor permission  lo  purchase the   tollow
ing described    lands:       Commencing   at    a
post   planted  adjoining   tin-   north   west   .or
tier of    District   Lot  9i46.   thenee   north    SU
chains:  thence fast  SO  eliains;  thence south
SU  chains:   thence west   8U  ennins  to    polnl
of commencement,  containing  040  acres   of
land more or iess.
NETTIE   l>"i>!.HTI.K.
August 31,  1010. W.  K.  Cooke, agent
KOItT  OEOROE   I.A\D   DISTRICT
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that William  ITrieh, ol   Index,   Wash.,   merchant,   intends  to apply   lor
I
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JOHN A. FRASER K
Front Street, QUESNEL, B. C. )t
Just Drop In and Let Us Show You.
Remember we pay special attention tj
niiiil nidi r'.
V^^i^W
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4txWjmm4*\Ws&J^*d>JHb*<
4      BEFORE NAVIGATION CLOSES
A   $65,000   Stock\\
WE WILL HAVE ON HAMl^^^^^^^^^^
i a mm
|o&      This stuck is carefully purchasi d by an experienced     (^
buyer who anticipates your every requirement,
We have recently rec< iced the lines;  assortment of.
  ■ MEN'S WINTER CLOTHING
fti'X,  Wash.,  merchant,   intends  to iitjnly  fur    'a   a     ■ t     , 1 •      i , 1 ,1 ■    , /<   n        1 'a'
permission to purchase the following'des- f£   that has ever reached the northern interior,   (allanusec.  ^
II. B. Knitting Co.'s and J. R. Clark's Famous Goods
for sale.   $5 each.
W. T. EWING, Quesnel, B. C.
P. G. B. BODEKER
Land and Timber Cruiser
Pre-emptions Located.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
Estimates Submitted.
tivity and usefulness of the South
Fort George Board of Trade is inestimable at this stage of the
town's development. The warring between conflicting interests
here, has a depreciating effect
upon the place at large, for although the issues are well understood here and amongst peo- FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
pie  interested in the  develop- District oi cariboo,
ment of our city, many prospec- J^^ Tc.'^aSi
tive purchasers and settlers who   tractor, intends to apply for permission
wish to investigate the situation \^^L^^T^^
here before buying,  would have  one mile east of  the south-east corner
„„ rplinhlo ontlinrirv tn nnnrmpri    ol sectio" 1. township 8, range 4, Cari-
noieliableautnontytoapproacn,  bii0 difjtTkt. thence north 80 chains,
were it not for this Organization   thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to point
cribed lnnds:    (
ed  adjoining  the nortl
trlct  l.oi   ;ij'       ihenci
thence  west   80  chains
ehnins:   thence  east   80
commencement,   contnl
or   less.
August Ul, 1910.
post plant
orth   Ml    chains ;
llience   south    mi
lins  to   point    ol
i -,il   ncres    more
WILLIAM   n.KK'll.
\V.   F,   Cooke.  ;i|,p"nt
^     Groceries, Men's Wear. Boi ts and Shoes, DryGoods,
i^ Hardware, Building Material; other things too.
of the responsible business interests here today.
F, Carter-Cotton has been touted for minister of finance. The
retired newspaperman accompanied the McBride party into the
district this summer evidently
with the two-fold purpose of acquainting himself with the pos-
of commencement, containing640 acres
more or less.   STEPHEN GARNHAM.
Walter Clarence Lampitt, ae;eiit.
Sept. 5, 1910. (oc8-decoV
FORT  CiEOItOE   I.AXD   DISTR.1CT ^
District  of Cariboo *A
TAKE notice C-.u l'crsic Dlrlch of Index, ATK
Wash., ini'.rried woman, intends tn npply ^Et
for permission lo purchase the following ^^(
described lands: Commencing at a post ^-
planted about our mile north and one mile
west from the north west corner of District
Lot iJZ'i. thence north 80 eliains: thence
cist 80 ehnins: thence south 8(1 chains .
thence west 80 chains to point ol eom-
tnencement, containing fifi 'icrrs nor" or
less. PERSIE  UMIICH.
August  22.  l'JIO. «'.  F.  Cooke,  agent
Firsl insertion above notices Sept. 24th.
PEACE   ItlVEU   DISTRICT.
TAKK    notice    that   I.   Neil  Gething,   of
Vancouver.   B.C .   mil ,   thirty   days   alter
date. Intend to upply to the Assistant Commissioner of Lands lor a licence to prospect
lor eoal and pelroli'iim on 640 acres of land
hounded as lollows: Commencing at a post
planted four mi's south of the west end
ol Rockj Mountain Portage, on the south
side of'l'i-'-e Id er, post mnrked S. O.'r.
V \\  oornei  ol land applied for, thence south
80 chains:    tl ast   80 ch ilns;  thence
north 80 chains hence west 80 chains to
point of commi' ■ • mi nl.
Located  Julv 28,  1'jIO.
NEIL  GETHING.
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. BLAIR & CO. | i
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WM. KENNEDY, Hanaffer.
Cor.Second and Hamilton Aves, SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.       .,
FOKT OEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that William Lewthwaitfl, of
Victoria, B.C., broker, intends to apply fur
permission  to  purchase  thr  following   described lands;    Commencing ut n post plant.
ed  4d cbaina north and  40  chains catii   of
the  bOuth-fiibt corner  of  Lot  1<uU,    thence
south   8U  chains;      thence  east   80  chains ;
^___rmm^^^__mmmm___mm.^l^^_ thence   north   80   chains;     thenco    west    hU
sibilities of this district and look- dmi"s l0 p°lnt $l$fi$RuJwthwaite
Sept.  14.  1910.     fied.  (','Johnson,  agent
First insertion ahove notices Sept 24th.
ing over the prospective political
field of Yale, which is today unrepresented,  owing to Premier
I'li.M G   IUVJ3R   DISTRICT.
TAKK notice thai I. Neil Gething,
Vancouver, B.C.. minor, thirty days niter
date, Intend to apply to the Assistant Ccm
missioner ol Lands lor a licence to prospect
for coal and petroleum on 64(1 acres cl Innd
bounded ns follows: Commencing ,\i a post
planted two miles wst and one soutli ol
tho west ''ml of Rocky Mountain Portage,
on the south side of Peace liner, post
marked N.O.'s S K corner of land applied
Ior, Ihenee north SO chulnB: thence *est
ho clmins; thence Bouth Kti chains: thenco
cast  80 ohalns lo pout  of commencement.
Located  July 2i),  1910.
NEIL  OKTllINO.
CARIBOO  LAN'll  DISTRICT.
Division of Kort Oeorge.
McBride having decided to stand take notice timt John Bampiyldi
for Victoria city. Mr. Cotton
represents Richmond in the local
house, but appears to he undecided as to whether he will run for
Richmond or stand for Yale.
PEACE   RIVER   DISTRICT.
PEACE  RIVER   DISTRICT
TAKE    notice    thnt   1.   Nell  (Ji
Vancouver,   B.C.,   miner,   thlrtj   d
date, Intend to linplv lo thi       Isl
PEA'CE  RIVKR  DISTRICT,
„[     TAKE    notico    that   1,  Noll  nothing,  ot
Da
Juggling With Facts
(Continued from page one.)
lell, ol Kort Oeorge, B.C., journalist
tuniiB lo apply for permission to purchase
the following described I..mis: Commonoing
at a posi planted ut the north v.ist corner of an island lying west of the norlh
end ol Pre-emption Lot No. 1511. thence
Houth In chains; thenee east G Chains ;
thence lollowing shore line oi Island in a
north-easterly direction to point ol commencement, containing w aens more or
less. JOHN  B.  DANIELL.
Septcnilier 5,  1910.
Firat insertion a!<ove notice Sept. 17.
TAKK    notico    Hint   I,   Neil  Oething,  ol missioner of i md«
Vancouver,   B.C.,  miner,   thirty  diys  alter for mil nnd petrol
date. Intend to npply to the Assistant Com hounded  us  follow
missioner of Lands for n licence lo prospect planted two miles
for nuil nml petroleun  Pip acres of land of  ii"   west   end  o
bounded ns lollows:   Commencing, .it a post age on  tin   bouiIi
planted  one mile south  ol  the west  end  ol marked   K.tl's   s K
Um Rocky M
ol Peace River, post
comnr ol land applioi
80 chains; llience ens
north hi) clinins: thrni
point of commencement.
Located  July  2!),   HMO
■ortago  on   mutl
markod   N.O.'s
I   lor,    thence
i   80  chains;    i
•!■  west  kO ehnins    t
N \\
null
ii,   tlicni nOi   80   chains:   tin
(I  chains;   thenoo  n irth   SO chali
a.i   80  cli .ii,.,  to  point   uf oomi
Looutcd  Jul)   29,   l'JIO.
NKIL   (I
r.   ii.c inir.   thirty   days "niter
  .ir.. on. ml io apply to the Assistant Com-
.. i  i i.in     mis ■   "f Lnnufl lor a llcelioo to prospect
ir a licence to prospect lot   oal anil iietroleiim on liio aores ol land
in o   (J40  i res ol Innd liounded   is lollows;   (Commencing at a post
Commencing nl  a oust planted  two miles south and two miles west
•i  nnd on   mile i th ol the  .i,-t end  ol  Rocky  Mountain    I'ort-
Rockj   Mountain    Port- age,   on   thu  south   Kujn  ol    Peaos    River.
,■ ol   Peace  River,  posi posi   mnrked   \i,'.'s   '. u   corner  of  land ap-
orner  ol  land    applied piled   lor,   thenoo  south   80  eliains,     thenoo
Oi
"I  July 29, 19H
orth  80 chains ;
polnl   ot     coin-
NKIL OETHINO.
PORT GEOROE  LAND  DIVISION.
B District of Cariboo.
TAKK   notice   that   I.   Russell   Peden
Grand Trunk Pacific will not build theif   Port. Oeorge,  (armor,  Intends to apply
NKIL  OETHINO.
PEACH  RIVER   DISTRII T.
ol
townsite on it. Toronto Saturday Night
lias received and published excerpts
from a letter from that company claiming that the Grand Trunk Pacific town-
site will be on the reserve. If "Bruce"
did not think that the railway company
could acquire the reserve why did he
waste his valuable space in lying about,
the formation of thnt land in an endeavor to show that it was not. suitable for
townsite purposes, when it is in reality
admirably so'.'
In the last issue of the Sunset
"Ilruee" descends to some of his notorious personalities. He must have
been hobnobbing wilh his purchaser,
President Hammond of the Resources,
The Natural   Resources  people  take
permission to purchase the following
erilied lands: Conimtnciiit nt a pohI planted on an Island north-east ol unil almost
adjoining Lot 1511. marked Russel Peden's
north-west corner, thenee 80 ehnins enst :
thence 40 eliains south: thence &0 chains
west; thenee 40 chains north to point ol
commencement, being three islands contiguous nnd northeast ol Lot 1511 in the Ne-
ehneo  River. Rl'SSKI,   PEDEN.
August 1.  1910.
First insertion hb 1V0 notice Sepl. .'1, l'.IIO.
PORT OEOROE LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cnriboo.
TAKK   notice   that   I'.eita   Qulgley,   of   He-
PEACE  HlVI'.lt   DISTRICT, fl-:\.R   RIVER   DISTRICT.
TAKE    notice    thai   I,   Neil  Oething,  of TAKK    notice    Hint   I,  Null Oething,  ol
V,incomer.   II.C,   miner,   thirty   davs   after Vancouver,    III'.,   miner,   thirty   days   alter
TAKK     notice     that   1,   Noll   Oething,   ol   'lute, Intend to applv  to (he Assistant Com 'I')11', int'ml lo apply  Iu Ihe Assistant t'om-
Viincouvcr,   B.C.,   miner,   thirty   days   alter   missioner ol Lands tor a licence to prospect missioner ol Lnnds lor a licence to primped
uulc, intunl in apply  lo the Assistant Com-   lor coal ami petroleum on (Pill acre,, of laid ''"' "Oal ami  petroleum on 040 ncres ol land
missioner ol Lamp, for a  licence to prospect    hounded  as  lollows:    Col Iiclng  al   n post hounded  as  follows:    Oouimciicing  at  u post
I and petroleum on 1140 acres of Innd   plantod three miles south ol the   ■ esi   end planted  three miles sooth ol the   west   end
attic.   Wash.,   murr
air 'y  for permission  to  pill
lowing  described   lands:     Cc
pom  planted adjoining  the
ner   nl   District    Lot    872.   t
chains;  ihe  south  40 elm
"In,I,t  80 chain,,  more or  I,
River;   thul   lollowing  the
the  river up Btrenm  to  poll
ment,  containing i!20 acres
ItK"'
August  24.  1918. W.  .
tl.     Illtc
bounded as lollows:   Commencing at a post ol  Rocky  Mountain   Portage,  on  the Boutl
planted one mile south ol tho west   end ol side ol    Pence    River,   post   marked  S',0.'
Roc1 y  Mountain  Portngn on  the south side SW corner ol Innd applied lor, thence nortl
ni   Ponce   Rivor,   post   mnrked   N.O.'s    N 10 81)  chains!    thei inst   8(1  chains;     thenci
corner  ol   land   applied   for,    ihcnce    soulh south  80 ehnins;   tlicncp  west  80  chains  t,
80 chains;   thence  west   SO  chains;     thenco point of commencement.
north   80   chains;   Ulenco   east   8u  chains   to       Located   July   28.   l'JIO.
point nf commencement. NKIL  OETHINO.
I alcil   July  29.   1910.
NKIL  OETHINO. 	
PKAOK   RIVKR   DISTRICT.
TAKE    notice    that   I.   Neil   Oothlnt,   of ,, „ „ ,,. , '•'•,
Vancouver,   Ii.c.   miner,   thlrtj   dav.  after Vancouver,   B.C.,   minor,   thirty  days  alio
dale, Intend lo upplv in tic- Assistant (nm dale, Intend lo apply in the Asslslnnl Com
missioner ol Lands ior a  licence to prospect missioner ol Lnnds lor a licence tn nmmm
of Rockj Mountain Portage, on the south
si'1' ol Peace River, post marked N.O.'s
N \\ eoriicr of land applied lor, thenee south
sn chains; ihcnce eust 80 ohalns; thenco
north 80 chains: thenee west 80 ehnliiB lo
point nf cnni'iiencenient.
Located   July  28,   1910.
NKIL  OBTHINO.
tin
       I petroleum on 040 ncres of Innd lor coal and pntrolciini on li40 acres" ol l'ai
^   bounded in.  follows:    Commencj|ig ut  n posi hounded  as  follows:   Commencing  nl  a in
r     planted   two   ml",   wesi   and   one   south   ol plnntod   Once   miles   south   of   ihe   ■*   t   i
(il   :h"  west  cad  ,,l  Rooky  Mountnln   Portage, of  Itocky   Mountain   Portage   tin   	
,i    on   ' e    soutli    -'He  of   la u"   lllver,    pobi '.id'  of    IV     River,   post   mnrkc]   NO
ar   mnrked   N.O.'i   '.'A   corner  of   I I   applied S M cornel  of Innd applied for,  tl io
,,f   for,   tlieuri.    .,, .    80   chains;   then",     east 80  ehnins:   thenei    j  .i   Ml   chains;    i"
i     xo  chan .   ii,    north   80  chains:   thenee couth  80 ehnins;   i e  easl   811  chali
..,   i   80  iilin i   point   ol  commencement, point   of   connnelieei i
Locnted   Jul)   29,   I''10. I "led  July zX.  I'llo
nl NKIL  OETHINO, Mill,   IIKTIIINii
I'KA'T. RIVER DISTRICT.
TAKE notice that I. Neil Oething, nl
Vancouver, B.C., miner, thirty duys alter
date, Intend in npply to tho Assistant Corneal slonni of Lands for a lloenco to prospect
lor con "ml petroleum on 640 ucres nl Innd
hounded as I,,Hows: Commonoing nt a post
lihinted throe miles nouth nf Ihe west end
"i   Rook)   Mountain   Portage,  on   me  smith
."''.    ol     Po    River,   post   markod  N.O.'s
• '■    "i  land applied lor, thonco south
'"      nltis;   Hi 'c  wesi   80  chains;    thenee
"   80   chain:;:   llle lisl   80  eliains    to
ol rommenci ment.
Located  July  28,   l'JIO.
NKIL  IIKTIIINII.
I'ii.l Insortion iilmv,' notlcoi Sept, Kith.
-%*.;£ Vancouver, B.C., intucr, thirty days utter
date, intend to apply lo the Assistant Com
miBsjoner ol Lands ior a licence, to prospect
lur coal and petroleum on ti4U acres ol land
bounded us lollows: Commencing at a post
plauted live miles south and two miles east
ol the west end of Rocky Mountain Pun-
age on the soutli side ol Peace. River, post
marked N.O.'s S W corner of land applied
(or, thenee north 80 clinins; thenee ensl 80
chains; llience south 80 chains; thence west
80 eliains to point of commencement.
Located July 28. 1910.
NKIL  OETHINO.
Parties requiring Meats
will hntl it to their advantage
to give me a call, and
get prices.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
W. T. EW1NG, Prop.
Chas. E. Houser, Manager.
PEACE  RIVER   DISTRICT.
TAKE notice that 1, Neil Oething, ol
Vancouver, B.C., miner, thirty days after
date, intend to apply to the Assistant Com
missioner ol Lauds lor a lioenoo to prospect
lor coal unci petroleum on 040 acres ol land
bounded as follows: Ooinmenolng ut a yost
planted five miles south anil two miles east
ol the west end ol Rocky Mountnln Portage on the soutli side of Peace River, pobi
mnrked N.O.'b N W corner of Innd applloi
lor. thenoe south 80 eliains; thence east hu
chulus; thence north 80 chains: thenoo wen
80 ebaius to polal ol commencement.
Located July 28,  1910.
NEIL   OETHINO.
PORT GEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
,„,,.,,        District ol Cariboo.
1AM'. nolice that Thomas Charles, ot
Hear Lake, Is.C, trapper, intends to apply
or permission tu purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about ,i miles south and 4 miles
east ul the smith west corner ol Lot 1704,
thenee north 80 chains; thenee west 80
chains: thonco south so chains: thence east
so chains to point ol commencement, cou-
talnlng 040 acres more or less.
.        ,  .   ,  THOMAS CHARLES.
August 8, 1910.        R. T. Alexander, agent
PEACE  RIVER  DISTRICT.
TAKE notice that I, Neil Oething, of
Vancouver, B.C.. miner, thirty duys after
date, intend to apply to the Assistant Commissioner ol Lands lor a licence to prospect
for coal aad petroleum on the lollowing
described lauds : Commencing at a post
planted lour miles south nnd lour miles east
ol the west end ol Rocky Mountain Portage
on south side ol Peace River, post marked
N.O.'s N E corner ol lund applied lor, thence
spulb 80 chains: thence west 80 ehnins :
thence north 80 chains: thence east 80 chains
to point ot commencement.
Located July 20, 1910.
NEIL   OETHINO.
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT.
TAKE notice that I. Nell Oething. ol
Vaucouver, B.C., miner, thirty days alter
date, intend lo apply lo the Assislanl Coin-
i. .au.ouer ol l.aads Ior a licence to prospect
Ior coal anil petroleum on the lullowing
described lands: Commencing nt a post
planted sli miles soulh and four miles east
ol the west end ol the Rocky Mountain
Portage, on soutli side ol Peace River,
post marked N.O.'s S E corner ol land applied lor, thence north 80 eliains; thenee
west 80 chains: thenee south 80 chains ;
tbCDCe east 80 shalns lo point of com-
■lencement,  containing  040   acres.
PORT GEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
District uf Cariboo.
TAKE nolice that John Eagle ol Fort
Oeorge, H.C., packer, intends to apply for
permission lo purchase the following described lands: Commencing nt a post plantod nbout A miles south and 2 miles cast ol
tho south west corner of Lot 1704. thence
north 80 eliains; thence eust 80 chains ;
thenoo south 80 ohalns: thonce west 80
chains to point uf commencement, containing  040 acres  more  or less.
JOHN  EAGLE.
August 8. 1910.        R. T. Alexander, agent
Located July 26, 1910
ng
191
NEIL  OETHING.
PEACE   RIVER   DISTRICT.
TAKE notice thut I, Neil Oetliing, of
Vancouver, B.C., miner, thirty days after
date, ioteud lo apply to the Assistant Commissioner of Lauds for a licence to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the lollowing
described lands: Commencing nt n post
planted lour miles south and four miles east
ol the west end ol the Rocky Mountain
portage, on south side ol Peace River, post
marked N.O.'s N W corner ol laud applied
lor. thence south 80 chains; thence east 80
chains; thenee nortli 80 chains; thence west
10 chains to point ol commencement, containing 040 acres.
Located July 20, 1910.
NEIL  OETHINO.
PEACE  RIVER  DISTRICT.
TAKE notice that I, Neil Oething. of
Vancouver, B.C.. miner, thirty days alter
date, lutend to npply to the Assistant Commissioner ol Lands for u licence to prospect
lor conl and petroleum on the following
described lands: Commencing at a post
plautvd six miles south and lour miles enst
Ol the west eud of Rocky Mountain Portage on south side ol Peace River, post
marked N.fl.'s SW corner ol land applied
lor. thence north 80 chains; thenee east 80
chains: thenee south 80 chains: thenep west
80 chains to point ot commencement, con-
tninisg 640 acres.
Located July 26. 1910.^^  ^^
PEACE RIVER   DISTRICT.
TAKE notice that I. Neil Oething, of
Vancouver, B.C.. miner, thirty days niter
date, Intend to applj to the Assistant Commissioner of Lands lor a licence to prospect
lor coal apd petroleum on the lollowing
described lands: Commencing nt a post plant
ed lour miles south and six miles enst nl
the west end ol Rocky Mountain Portage
on south side ol Peace River, post marked
N C.'s N E corner ot land npplled tor,
thence south 80 chains; thenee west 80
chains; thence north 80 chuir.s: thence east
HO chains to' point ol commencement, containing 640 acre;
Located  Jul,  26,  MIO^ ^^
PEACE  RIVER   DISTRICT.
TAKE notice thnt I. Neil Oething. ot
Vancouver, B.C.. miner, thirty days alter
date, Intend to apply to the Assistant ( cm-
missioner ol Lands lor a licence to prospect
for coal and petroleum on Ihe lollowing
described lands: Commencing at a post
planted six miles soutli and six miles east
61 the west end ol Rocky Mountain Portage
on south side Ol Peace River, post mnrked
N O 's S E corner of Innd applied lor thenee
north 80 chains: thence west 80 chains!
thence south 80 eliains: thence east 80
chains to point ol commencement, containing 640 eerie.
Located July 26. W10. (,CT„1N(..
FORT OEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Caribou.
TAKK notice thnt Joseph Sinclair, ol
Satiny May. Man., farmer, intends to apply
fur permission lo purchase the lollowing
described lands: Commencing at a post
Planted about 8 miles soulh and 2 miles
eust ol the south west corner ol Lot 1704.
thenee soulh 80 eliains; thenee east 80
eliains; thence north 80 ehnins; thenee west
80 chains to point of commencement, containing 040 acres more or less.
JOSEPH   SINCLAIR.
August 8, 1910.        R. T.  Alexander, agent
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District ul Canliuo.
TAKE notice that Cordon Wright ol Ottawa, (int., Government official, intends to
npply lor permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing nt a
post planted about A miles south and one
mile east of the south west corner of Lot
1/04, theaee soulh SI) ehnins; fienee east
80 chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 clinins to point ol commencement',
containing 040 acres  more or less.
GORDON   WRIGHT.
August 8. 1910.        R. T. Alexander, agent
FORT OEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
District ot Cariboo.
TAKE notice that C. A. Leeder, of Dnt-
tleford, Sask.. storekeeper, intends to apply Ior permission to purchase the lullowing described lands' Commencing at a post
planted about 3 miles south and 1 mile
east Irom the sun th west corner of t.ot
t(04. llience north 80 chains; thenee east
80 chains; thenee south 80 ehnins; thence
west 80 chains to point uf commencement.
containing  b40   acres   mure  or  less.
C.   A.   LEEDER.
August 8. 1910.        It. T.  Alexander, agent
FORT OEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Caribou.
TAKE notice that Mrs. Albert Erskine ol
Ottawa, (Int., widow, intends to apply tor
permission to purchase the following described lnnds: Commonoing at a post planted about 4 miles south uf the suulh west
corner ol Lot 1(64. thenee south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence west 80 chains to point ol
commencement, containing 040 acres, more
or less. MRS.  A.  ERSKINE.
August 0, 1910.        R. T.  Alexander, agent
FORT GEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Ersden Erskinc, of Ottawa, Out., accountant, intends to npply lor
permission to purchase the lollowing described lauds: Commencing nt a post planted nbout 4 miles suulh ol the south west
corner of Lot 1/04. thence soulh 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence east 80 chains to point ol
commencement, containing 040 acres more
or   less. ERSDEN   ERSKINE.
August 6, 1910.        R. T, Alexander, agent
KORT GEOROE  LAND  DISTRICT.
Dim r,,' 'uo.
TAKE notico that Mrs. Sidney Percy
Cooke, ol Cranbrook. H.C, married woman,
intends to apply lor permission to purchase
the lollowing described lnnds: Commencing
nt a post planted about 4 miles south ol
the south west corner ol Lot 1V04, thence
north 80 ehnins; thence east 80 chains ;
thenee south 80 chains; thence west 80
chains lo point ul commencement, contain!;
ing 640 ncres  more or less.
MRS.  SIDNEY   PERCY  COOKE.
August 6, 1910.       R. T. Alexander, agent
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT.
TAKE notice that I. Noil Oething, ol
Vancouver. B.C.. miner, thirty days alter
date. Intend to apply lo the Assistant Com
missioner ol Lnnds [or a licence to P rosp t
lor coal and petroleum on the following
described lands: Commenolng at n post
planted sli miles smith and six m les cas
ol the west end ol Rocky Mountain Port
age. on south side ol Pence River, post
marked N.O.'s N E corner nl land applied
lor thence soulh 80 ehnins: thence wesi 80
chain.: thenee north K0 chains: heneo east
HO chains lo point ol commencement, oc-n
talnlng 640 acre,.     Located^uW^, m0.
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT.
TAKE notice lhat 1. Neil Oething. nt
Vancouver. B.C.. miner, thirty.days niter
date, intend to apply to the Assistant Cora-
missioner ol Lands for a licence to pospoCt
lor coal and petroleum on the following
described lands: Oommroolng at a post
planted six miles south and MX mile* ■«
'ol the west end ol Rocky Mont, an Port
age. on south side ol Pence e.,
marked N.C.'s NW corner ol land appnea
"or thence south 80 chains: Ihenee enst 80
chains; thenee north 80 ohalns; thonce west
80 chaias lo point of ootnmoi cement. ( on
talnlng 640 acre*.   ^^^^'^THINO
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT.
TAKE notice that I. Neil Oething. ol
Vancouver B.C., miner, thirty days alter
date" nteml to apply to Urn Assistant Com-
missioner ol Lands or a licence to pros" t
lor conl and petroleum °' 'J11', '° ,n j,
described  lands:       Commencing   a pOBt
planted six miles south and six mllos oast
of the Rocky Mountain Portage, on south
side  nl   Pence   R vcr,   post   marked   N.   ii.»
"h W oornTol innd ap£»°V^,aftXno
80 chains: thenee east 80 chains,, tnonee
■quth 80 chains: thence west 80 JhnlnS 10
point ol commencement, inutulnlhi, 010
acres.    Located July 2C'NJ,,1',',U (!HTniNtl.
First insertion above notices Sept. lOtll,
FORT OEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
District oi i arlhoo.
TAKE notice that Alice Maters ol North
Nation Mills. Que. spinster, intends to apply for permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Commencing nt a post
planted nbout 4 miles south ol the south
west corner ot Lot 1(64, thenee north 80
chains; llience west 80 clinins; thence soutli
M) chains; thenco enst 80 ehnins to point
ot commencement, containing 640 ncres
more or  less. ALICE  WATERS.
August 0,  1910.        R. T.  Alexander, agent
FORT OEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice lhat Abel Waters of North
Nation Mills. Que., Jnrraor, Intonds to applv ior permission to purchase the lollowing described hinds: Commonoing ut a post
planted 1,1,0111 A miles soutli ul the soulh
wesi curlier nt Lot 17114. thenee north 40
clinins; llionco enst 10 eliains: Ihcnce north
40 Chains; thonce cast 40 chains; thenco
soutli 80 chains: thenee wast 80 ehnins to
point ol commencement, containing 480
Sores more or less. ABEL WATERS.
August 0.  1910.        R. T.   Uexander, agent
KORT OEOROH LAND DISTRICT.
District ot Cnriboo.
TAKE notloo that Mrs. Willie Waters, ol
North Nation Mills, Quo., mnrrled womun.
Intends In apply fur permission lo purchase
the lullowing dosorlbed lnnds: Commencing
at. n post planted about A miles soutli ol
the   south  west    '   '-    '■''■■      	
nt u post planted alioiil .1 nines suuui oi
Ihe soulh west corner ul Lot 1704. thenee
nortli 80 eliulns; Ihenee west 80 chains;
Ihenee suulh 8(1 clinins; thenee enst 80
chains to point ot oommonoomont, contain-
„,, 040 ucres mow* NB'UE ffATERg
August (i.   1910.        It- T.  Alexander, agent
PORT OEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District ul 1'nlTboo.
TAKE notice that Willie Waters, ol North
Nation Mills. Qho.. Parmer, intends to; ap-
nlv tor permission lo purchase the tollow-
!„i described lnnds: Commencing at u post
planted Iwo miles south ol the south west
„ ner ol Lot 1704, thence north 80 ehnins;
thonOO   west   80     chains;     thence   south     80
ohtVlna'   Ihen nst   811  ehnins   lo   point    ol
couiiiiciiiTuicnt, containing  040 ucres   more
District 'oi Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Minnie Broussean, ol
Savonas, B.C., married woman, intends to
apply Ior permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Commencing at a post
planted adjoining the south west corner ol
Lot 926. thence south 80 chains; thence
cast 40 chains; thence north 80 chainB;
thence west 40 chains to point ol commencement, containing 320 acres more or
less. MINNIE   BROUSSEAN.
August 10, 1910.       R. T. Alexander, agent
FORT OEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Gus Samparc ol Hazelton, B.C., clerk, intends to apply lor permission to purchase tne lollowing described
lands: Commencing at a post planted ad-
Joining the south west corner of Lot 926.
thenee south 80 chains; thence west 80
ebaius; thenee north 80 chains; thence east
80 chains to point ol commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
GUS SAMPARE.
August 10,  1910.     It. T.  Alcflunder.  agent
FORT OEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Robert Sumpare, ol
lliuclton, B.O., clerk, intends to apply Ior
permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Commencing at a post planted adjoining the south west corner ol Lot
926, thence north 80 chains; thence west
8U chains; thence south 80 ohainB; thence
eust o0 chains to point ol commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
ROBERT SAMPARE.
August 10,  1910.     R.  T.  Alexander,  agent
Mist insertion above ads Aug. 27.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District ot Cariboo.
TAKE notice that I, Frunk Fuller, ol
Manchester, England, estate agent, iutenas
to apply lor permissioa to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted one mile easl and halt a mile
souvh from the north cast corner ol Lot
i040. thence 80 ebaius east; thence 80
chains south; theaee 80 chains west; thence
80 chains north to point ol commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
FRANK FULLER.
August 8th, 1910.        E. E. Knight, agent
FORT GEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice, that I, George Fuller, ol
Manchester, England, estate agent, intends
tu apply lor permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
post plained 40 chains south ot the north
east corner of Lot 1040, Mud River Valley,
Cariboo District, thenee 80 chains cast ;
thence 80 chains south; thence 80 chains
wesi; thence 80 chains north to point ol
commencement, containing 640 acres more
or less. GEORGE FULLER.
August 8th, 1910. E. E. Knight, agent
FORT GEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
District ot Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Edward A. Gillespie, ol
llailsliam, Sussex, England, clergyman, intends to apply lor permission to purchase
the following described lands: Commencing
al a post plauted about Ii miles north and
about 1 mile west irom north east corner
ol Lot 1025. thence north 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains; thence soulh 80 chains ;
thence west 80 chains to point oi commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less. EDWARD A.  GILLESPIE.
August 3,  1910. J. C.  Gillespie, agent
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Anne Finlay, ot Dublin
Ireland, widow, intends to apply lor permission to purchase the lollowing described
lands: Commencing at a post planted about 4 miles north and about j-mile west
from north east corner of Lot 1025, thence
north 80 chains: thence east 80 chains ;
thence south 80 chains; thence w.est 80
chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
ANNE  FINLAY.
August 3. 1910. J. C. Gillespie, agent
CARIBOO LAND DISTRICT
District ol Fort George.
TAKE notice that William F. Kaecke and
Harry Summer, ol Vancouver, B.C., prospectors, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the lollowing described lands :
Commencing at a post planted near the
east end ol Cranberry Lake, thence north
40 chains; thence west 20 chains; thenco
north 20 chains: thence west 40 chains;
thence south 80 chains; thence east 20
chains more or less to north shore ol Cranberry Lake, thence lollowing said shore
east about 50 chains; thence oast 10 chains
to point ol commencement, comprising 520
acres more or less.
WILLIAM   F.   KAECKE.
and  HARRY  SOMMER.
Date. August 6. 1910.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District ot Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Marianne Gillespie,    ol
Dublin,  Ireland, married womnn,   intends to
apply Ior permission to purchase the lollowing described lands:   Commencing at a post
planted  about 3  miles  north  and  about   |-
nillc west Irom    north east corner of   Lot
lui5,  thence north  80 chains:  thence   east
80  chains;   thence  south   80 Chains;    thence
west  80 chains  to the  point ol ifbmmencc-
nicnt, containing 640 acres more or less.
MARIANNE GILLESPIE.
August 3.  1910. J. C. Gillespie,  ngent
CARIBOO LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Fort George
TAKE notice that Alexander W. Elliott,
ol Victoria, B.C. real estate agent, Intends
lo apply lor permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Commencing at a
post planted about 3 miles west ol Swltt
Creek, thence west 80 chains; thtnee south
80 chains; thence enst 80 chains: thence
north 80 ehnins to point of commencement,
comprising 640 acres more or less.
ALEXANDER W.  ELLIOTT.
Date. August 6. IkIO.
William F. Kaecke and Harry Somincr, ngts
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Thomas M. Oillespie.
ol Dublin. Ireland, gentleman, Intends to
apply lor permission to purchnss the lollowing described lands: Commencing at a
post plnntod about 3 miles north and about
[-mile west Irom norlh east corner of Lot
1025. thence south 80 chains; thenee east
80 ehaius: thenee north 80 ehnins; thenco
west HO chains to point ol commonoement,
containing  b'.v  acres more or less.
THOM'S V. OILLESPIE.
August i. 1910. J. 0. Gillespie,  agent
T9A
1
\ Occidental Hotel
First-Class In Every Respect
Seventy-five Comfortable Rooms
Newly Furnished.
E. L. KEPNER, Proprietor
QUESNEL, B. C.
Good Tables. Corralls. Sample Rooms.
Banquet Hall.       Theatre Room.
I
Rates, $1.50, $2 and $2.50 per day
WIRE FOR ROOMS
The Fort George Lumber and Navigation Co. \
Operating 3 Steamers on the Upper Fraser, Nechaco and Stewart Rivers. From Soda Creek to Tete Jaune Cache, on the Fraser
River, and from Fort George to Fraser and Stewart Lakes on the
Nechaco and Stewart Rivers.
This is the only company operating a complete through service
from Soda Creek to all points  on above-mentioned rivers and lakes.
The company's boats are running in connection with an automobile service from Ashcroft to Soda Creek, thus providing an up-
to-date and pleasant method of  travelling.
Advance charges will be paid on all freight shipped to the -,om-
pany's care at Soda Creek, D. C, and at the same time will be
cared for and carried forward  on first outgoing steamers.
Our branch office at Ashcroft will give intending settlers and
travellers the fullest and most reliable information regarding all
points in the interior of British Columbia. The company is prepared to furnish all kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber at their mill
at Fort George, or will deliver orders to any points on above-mentioned rivers and lakes.
For full information as to Freight, Transportation and Lumber
Rates, apply at the Company's offices, Carter-Cotton Bid;;., Vancouver, B. C, or at the Company's offices at Fort George, B. 0.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
McCormick Mowers, Rakes and
Binders always on hand.
HARDWARE
OF ALL KINDS
MARK   DUMOND
|| ASHCROFT, B. C. |
Tr,tn
OOlQKXOOStOK
or  less.
I.  1910.
WILLIK WATERS.
It. T.  Alexander, agent
First Insertion above mis Aug. 27.
POUT OEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that George K. Gillespie ol
Dublin, Ireland, gentleman. Intends lo ap*
ply Ior permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about one mile la a northeasterly
direction Irom the mouth ol Souchny creek.
In the vicinity ol Mud River, thence south
20 eliains; thence west 20 chains; thence
south 4c chains: thenco west 20 chains:
thence soutli 20 chains: thenoo east 40
chains; thence north 20 chalnR: thenco east
20 chains; thence <iorlh 20 eliains; thence
enst 20 chains; thence north 40 chains;
thence west 40 chains to point ol commencement, containing ouu acres more or
Uss. GEORGE  l'\  Gll.l.ESl'lE.
Date, August 4th, 1910.
First insertion of above notices Aug.
20, and last insertion Oct. 20, 1910.
PEACE UIVER DISTRICT.
TAKE notico that I, Nell Gothlng, ol
Vancouver. B.C.. miner, thirty days alter
date, Intend to apply to the Assistant Commissioner ol Lands for n licence to prospect
lor coal and petroleum on the lollowing
described lands: Commencing at n post
planted four miles south nnd six miles eust
ol the west end ol Rocky Mountnln I'ortagc. on south side ol Peace River, post
marked N.O.'s N W corner ol land applied
tor, thonce south 80 chains; thence enst 80
chains; thence north 80 chains: thenco west
80 chains to point ol commencement, containing 640 acres. Located July 26, 1910.
NEIL   GETHING.
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT.
TAKE notice that I. Neil Grilling, ol
Vancouver, B.C., miner, thirty duys alter
dale, latend to apply to the Assistant Commissioner ol Lands lor a licence to prospect
lor conl and petroleum on 640 acres ot land
bounded ns follows: Commencing nt n post
planted lour miles south and eight miles
enst of the west end ot the Rocky Mountain Portage on north side of Pence River
post mnrked N.C.'s S E corner of land applied tor, thence north 80 chains; thenco
west 80 chains: thunce south 80 chains ■
thenco east 80 chains to point of commencement.    Locnted July 2!i.  1910.
NEIL  OETHING.
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT.
TAKE notice that I, Neil Gothlng, ol
Vancouver, li.C. miner, thirty days alter
date, intend to apply to the Assistant Commissioner ol Lands for n licence to prospect
lor coal and petroleum on 640 acres ol land
bounded as lollows: Commencing nt a post
planted lour miles south nnd eight miles
enst of west end of Rocky Mountain Portage, on the north side of Pence Rivor, post
marked N.O.'s SW corner ol bind applied
lor, thence north 80 clinins; thenoe enst 80
chains; thence south 80 ehnins: thenee west
80 chains to point ol cotnuieiictment.
Locnted July 25.  1910.
NEIL   GETHINO.
Kirnl iim.-iii.iu above niillww Sent. Will.
PEACE  RIVER  DISTRICT.
TAKE notice thnt I, Nell Gething. of
Vancouver. B.C., miner, thirty days alter
dnte, Intend to apply to the Assistant Commissioner of Lands Ior a licence to prospect
tor coal and potroloum On 640 acres if bind
bounded ns follows: Commencing at a i.ost
planted one mllo south ol the west end ol
Rocky Mountain Portage on soulh sido ol
Pence River, post mnrked N.O.'s S W corner ol land applied for, thence north 80
chains; thenci' enst 80 clinins; iijisc so. th
80 chains: thence wost 80 clmins m s ulnt
ol commencement.
Located   July  29. 1910.
NEIL GETHING.
PEACH  RIVER   DISTRICT.
TAKE notico Hint I, Nell Gething. ol
Vancouver, II.C, miner, thirty dnys ntter
date, intend tu apply to the Assistant Commissioner ol Lnnds ior a licence to prospect,
lor coal and petroleum on 640 acres ol Innd
hounded ns follows: Commencing at a no6t
planted one mile south ot the west end ol
Rocky Mountain Portage on the south bank
of Peace River, post marked N.O.'s S E
corner of Innd applied for, thence north
80 clinins; thenco west, 80 ehnins; thonon
south 80 chains; thonce east 80 chains to
point   of  commencement.
Locnted  July 29, 1910.
NEIL   GETHING.
PEACE  RIVKR  DISTRICT.
TAKE notico that I. Nell Gething. of
Vanoouvor, B.C., miner, thirty dnys alter
date, intend to apply to the Assistant Commissioner of Lands tor a licence to prospect
Ior coal and petroleum on 640 ncres of land
hounded .is follows: Commencing nt a Dost
planted two mites west, nnd one south of
tho west end of Rocky Mountain Portage,
on '.he south side of Pence River, post
markod N.O.'s SW corner of Innd applied
for, thence nortli 80 ehnins; thence enst 80
clinins; thence south 80 ehnins; thenco west
80  eliains  lo point ul commencement.
Locnted   July 29,   1910.
NEIL  GETHING.
first Insertion above notices Sept. 10th. The Prince Rupert license commissioners have granted retail liquor licenses to the Prince Rupert Inn, the
Premier and the Knox hotel. Whole-
tale liquor licenses were issued to Sutherland & Maynaul, Clark Bros, J. T.
McDonald and Northern B. C. Liquor
Co.
W. II. Fulsom and camera left for the
south on the Chilco this week.
The Rev. C. M. Wright, the Presbyterian pastor from the Nechaco river
townsite, who arrived here last week,
will hold services, both in Fort George
und in South Fort George on Sundays.
The Fort George Lumber & Navigation company's building is being completed and painted. The front has been
uheated with rustic and presents a very
handsome appearance.
The Hotel Northern is rapidly near-
ing completion and should be open to
the public very shortly. Mr. R. Burns,
one of the proprietors, was called to
the coast last week and will be gone
some days. The completion of the hotel here will be a greatstride in the advancement of South Fort George, and
from all indications, our city will be
the proud possessor of a hostlery second to none in the interior country.
Miss Boyce, until recently a resident
of Fort George, has come into town for
the winter.
A skating rink is to be made on the
Hudson's Bay slough this winter which
will afford a great source of amusement
during the months when tho Northern
Lights perform.
Burtch & Luke, the Pool Palace proprietors, have erected a store building
on one of their lots adjoining the Wright
Investment Company's office on Hamilton avenue.
The Natural Resources Security Company have issued a 2-color advertising
poster of Fort George as they foresee
it in 1915. The wizard in their advertising department has produced a truly
marvelous prognostication. Shops and
spur tracks cover the Indian reserve,
their hundred-foot high-water front has
been levelled to provide convenient
wharfage for the many steamboats,
whilst in the middle distance may be
discerned other boats steaming merrily
by South Fort George on their way to
those "permanent wharves." South
Fort George is on the map, but is carefully avoided by the advertising engineer who did the projection work on the
tracks hereabouts. A gentleman is sitting in his office in the Winch building
at Vancouver whistling "When Will
My Dream Come True'V-when, indeed.
The entrance fee list for the Hub
City Club is now open and may be
signed by those wishing to become
charter members of this club at the
Herald office. The intention of the promoters is to lease the upper floor of the
Gore & McGregor block here and to
furnish it as a club. A buffet will be
included in the equipment and the club
will be in charge of an experienced
colored steward. The movement is a
good one and should receive the support
of everyone anxious to enjoy the privileges of a first-class club in this city.
A Btrict code of rules will be adopted
by the committee and these will be
rigidly enforced governing the club.
The entrance fee is placed at one hundred dollars.
The beautifnl fall weather is still
continuing here to the delight of those
who have not experienced a Fort
George autumn. The leaves are beginning lo take a tumble, however, and
other signs foretell the approach of
winter, otherwise the inhabitants would
not know that our summer weather
was drawing to a close.
Since the accident to the B. X. last
week no mail has been received here.
A weekly mail service is provided for
in the contract held by the express
company until the close of navigation
on November the first. What provision has been made to comply with this
contract in the event of a breakdown
to their boat is now a question that answer to which will be awaited with interest.
Our job press arrived here this week
and is now installed in the new Herald
building on Fourth rtreet. We are now
prepared to execute any class of job
work required by the citizens of this
place and district.
Pea-pool is the engrossing pastime
of the evenings at present. All that is
required is a strong right arm, a
straight eye and pocket full of quarters.
couver, B.C., housekeeper, Intends to apply
lur permission to purcnaso the lollowing
described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about 18 miles nortli ol Blnckwu-
ler, on tho Fort George wagon road, thence
norlh <SU chains; thence east 20 chains;
thenee soutli 20 chains; thenoe west 2u
eliains 10 point ol commencement, contnlu-
Inn -id acres more or less.
S VERA  GODFREY.
August 22, 1910,	
CARIBOO LAND DISTRICT.
Division ol Fort George.
1HKE notice that Robert Miohael Burns,
ol South Fort Oeorge, B.C., merchant, intends to apply lor permission to purchase
the lollowing described lnnds: Commencing
at a post planted live feet south ol the
south-east corner ol Lot 926, Cnriboo District, thence web'l *u chains: thence soutli
21) chains; thence lollowing the meuiider-
Ings of the Fraser River ill u north-easterly
direction lo the point ol commencement and
coiltallllng 20 ucres  inure or less.
ROBERT  MICHAEL  BURNS.
September 8,  1910.
FORT  GEOROE  M">'i  DISTRICT
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice  that Slella Van Vechten, ol
Everett.   Wash.,   married  Woman,  intends  to
apply  Ior  permission  to  purchase  the   following described  lands:     Commenolng at  a
post  planted about  two miles west of   the
south  west   corner   of    District    Lot    9
thenoe north 8U chains; thence east 80 chains
Ihenee  south    80    chains:  thence  west   80
chains to  point  of commencement,  loutaiu-
ing 640 acres more or leSB.
STELLA  VAN VECIITEN.
August 22.  1910. W.  F. Cooke,  iigM.t
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice thnt Ward Van Vechten, of
Tacoma. Wash., physician, intends in apply
(or permission to purchase the lollowing
described lands: Commonoing at a post
planted about two miles west it the south
west corner of District Lot ''2b. thence
soutli 80 chains; thence oast 80 ' liains :
thence north 80 chains: thenee wist 80
ehnins to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
WARD  VANVECHTEN,
August 22,  1910, W- P. Cooke, ngent
FORT GEOROE LAND DISTRICT
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt Robert Van Vechten, ol
Index, Wash,, carpenter, Intends to apply
lor permission to purchase the following
described lauds: Commencing at a post
planted about two miles west ol the south
west coracr of District Lot 926, thence
north 80 chains: thence west 40 chains:
thence soutli 80 chains; thence east 40
chains to point of commencement, containing 320 acres more or less.
ROBERT VAN VECHTEN.
August 22. 1910. W. F. Cooko, agent
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cnriboo.
TAKK notice that Clifford Redding, of
Index. Wash., druggist, intends to apply
lor permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at n post
planted about two miles ol the south west
comer ol District Lot 926. thence south 80
ehnins; thence west 40 chains; thence north
80 chains; thence cast 40 chains to point
of commencement, containing 320 acres,
more or   less. CLIFFORD   REDDING.
August 22, 1910. W. P, Cooke, agent
FORT (JEORGB LAND DISTRICT
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Louis Shall ot Brighton. WaBh., preacher, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted about one mile north nnd one mile west
of the north west corner of District Lot
926, thence weBt 40 chains; thenco north 80
chains: thenco oast 40 chains: thenco south
80 chains to point of commencement, containing 320 acres more or less.
LOUIS SHALL.
August 22. 1910. W. F. Cooke, agent
FORT OEORGE  LAND DISTRICT
District ol Cafiboo.
TAKE notice that Lena Shall ol Brighton,
Wash., married woman, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about one mile north and oae mile
west Irom the north west corner of District
Lot 926, thence weBt 40 ehnins.; thence
south 80 chains; thenco enst 40 chains :
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement containing 320 acrcR more or
less. LENA  SHALL.
August 22, 1910. W. F. Cooke, agent
First Insertion above notices Sept. 24th.
KORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice  that  Charles Wesley of   Seattle,    WnBh,,    musician,  intends to   apply
for permission    to  purchase  the    following
described  lands:      Commencing  at  a    post
planted udjoining the north east corner   ol
Lot 872,    thence    west    80 chains:  thence
north    80    chains;    thence  cast  80 chains
more or  less   to   the  Eraser  River;     thence
lollowing the meanderlngs of the river In a
southerly direction    to    point of commence,
ment, containing 640 ncres more or lesB.
CHARLES WESLEY.
August  23.  1910. W.   F. Cooke,  agent
FORT GEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that  Lltzle Wesley ol Seattle
WnBh.,     married    woman,  intends  to  apply
lor    permission     to   purchase  the  following
described    lands;      Commencing    nt a  post
planted adjoining  the  north  west corner ol
District  Lot 872,   thenee   west   80   chains :
thence   north   80  chains;      thence   enst    80
chains;  thenee south 80 clinins to  point   of
commencement,   containing   640   acres    more
or less.                             LIZZIE  WRSLEY.
August 23.  1910, W,  V. Cooke, agent
First Insertion above notices Sept. 24th.
PKACR  RIVER   DISTRICT.
TAKE notice Unit 1, Neil Gothlng, ol
Vancouver. B.C., miner, thirty days alter
date, intend to apply to the Assistant Commissioner ol Lands for a licence to prospect
lor conl and petroleum on 640 ncres of Innd
bounded us lollows: Commencing at a post
planted live miles Bouth and two miles east
ol the west ead ol Rocky Mountain Port-
agc oa the south Bide ol Peace River, post
marked N.O.'s 8 E corner ol land applied
for, thence north 80 chalna; thence west
80 chains: thence south 80 chains: thenco
cast  80 ehnins  to  point  of commencement.
Located  Julv  28.   1910.
NEIL GETHING.
I'KACK  RIVKR   DISTRICT.
TAKE notice that I,' Nell Oetliing, of
Vancouver. B.C., miner, thirty days alter
date, Intend to npply to Ihe Assistant Commissioner of Lands for a licence to prospect
for conl and petroleum on 640 acres of land
bounded as lollows: Commencing it n post
planted five miles south evd two miles east
(>! the west etui ol Rocky Mountnln Portage on the south side of Pence Rlvrr post
marked N.O.'s NE corner of land npplled
for, thence south 80 ehnins; thence west
80 ennins: thence nortli 80 ehnins; thenco
oast  80  ehnins  (o   point  of  commencement.
Located July 28. 1910.
 , NEIL  GKT1IINO.
First insertion above notices Sept. Huh.
Rodney, Out., farmer, intends lo apply tor
permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted at the northeast coracr of Lot 2036.
thence south 80 chains; thence cast io
chains; thence mirth »u chains: thence west
40 chains to point, of commencement.
ANGUS   McGUGAN.
Sept. 17, 1910.       Fred. C.  Johnson, agent
FORT GKOItOE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that John McOiigiin ol Rodney, (int., physician, intends to apply 'or
permission to purchase the following described lauds: Commencing nt a post planted at the soutli east corner ol l.ol iuo*.
theaee south 80 chains; thence west 80
chains: thenee nortl 80 ehnins; thonce enst
80  chains  to  point  ol commencement.
JOHN   McGUGAN.
Sept.   17.  1910.      Fred.   0.   Johnson,  ngent
CARIBOO LAND DISTRICT.
Division of Fort George.
TA-KE notice that Mary Eva Murphy, ot
Frank, Alberta, married lady, intends to
apply for permission to purchiise the lollowing described hinds: Commencing at a
post pleated at the N W corner and about
31 miles south of Lot 1883 or 1884, thence
80 chains east; thence 80 chains soutli:
thence 80 chains west; thence 80 clinins
north to point ol oommVnccnient.
MARY  EVA  MURPHY.
Sept.   12.   1910. Wm.   West,   agent
CARIBOO  LAND   DISTRICT.
Division  of   Fort  George
TAKE  notice   that   .Michael   llurvey    Murphy, ol Frank.  Altn.,  merchant,  intends  to
npply  for  permission   to  purchase  the   lollowing   described   lnnds'    Commencing   nt   a
post  planted   at  the  southwest  corner   and
about  4j   miles  south   ol  Lots   lce.4    and
1606,    thence  80  chains  east:    thence   80
chains north;   thence 80 chains west;  thence
80 chains south to point of commencement.
MICHAEL  IIARVMY  MURPHY.
Sept.   13.   1910. Wm.   West,   agent
CARIBOO LAND DISTRICT.
Division of Kort George.
TAKE notice that Annie M. Murphy, ol
MacLeod, Altu., spinster, intends to npply
for permission to purchase the lollowing
described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the northwest corner nnd about
4J miles south of Lots 1884 and 1606,
thence 80 chains east; thoaco 80 chains
south; thence 80 chains wost: thence 80
chains north to point ot commencement.
ANNIE MARJORY MURPHY
Sept.  13. 1910. Wm,  West,  agent
CARIBOO LAND DISTRICT.
Division ol Fort Oeorge.
TAKE notice that Rose Ann Murphy, ol
MacLeod. Alta.. widow, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a post
planted nt the N W corner and about 5i
miles south ol Lots 1884 and 1606. thence
80 chaias east: thence 80 chains south ;
thence 80 ehnins west: thence 80 chains
north  to  point  of commencement.
ROSE ANN  MURPHY.
Sept.  13,  1910. Win.  West,  agent
CARIBOO LAND DISTRICT.
Division of Fort Oeorge.
TAKE notice thnt W. J. Grcsham, of
Frank. Altn, blacksmith, intends to apply
lor permission to purchase the lollowing
described lands: Commencing nt a post
planted at the north east corner and about
31 miles south of Lot 1883. thence 80
chains west; thence 80 chains south; thence
80 chains east; thonce 80 chains north to
point of commencement.
W.  J.  GRESIIAM.
Sea*.  14. 1910. W.J.  West, ngent
CARIBOO LAND DISTRICT.
Division ol Fort (X'orgc.
TAKE notice thnt A. V, Lang, ol Prank,
Alta., merchant, Intends to npply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post plnntod
nt the N E corner, nnd nbout 31 miles
south ol Lots 1883 or 1884, thence 80
clmins west; thexe 80 chains south: tbVnon
80 chains east; thence 80 ehnins north to
point ol commencement.
A.  V.  LANG.
Sept.  12.  1910. Wm.  West,  ngent
CARIBOO LAND DISTRICT.
Division of Fort George.
TAKE notice that Jns. H. Farmer, of
Frank, Altn, banker. Intends to apply lor
permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing nt a post planted nt the N W corner and nbout 5 J miles
south ol Lots 1883 nnd 1884. thenco 80
chains east: thence 80 chains south: thence
80 chains west: thence 80 chains north to
point ol commencement.
JAMES II. FARMER.
Sept.   13,   110.1). Wm.   Mist,   agent
CARIBOO LAND DISTRICT.
Division of Fort George.
TAKE notice thnt Jnmes Lawrence Ryan,
ol Frank, Altn., clerk, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase, the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted at the N E corner and about 55 miles
Bouth of Lot 1883. thenco 80 ehnins west:
thenoe 80 chains southi thenoo 80 chains
east thence 80 ohalns north,
JAMES LAWRENCE  RYAN.
Sept. 14, 1910. Wm. West,  agent
CARIBOO LAND DISTRICT.
Division of Fort George.
TAKE notice thnt W. 0. McGowan, of
Frnnk, Altn., nierrhnnt, intends to apply
for permission to purrhnBe the following
described lands: Commencing at n post
planted at the N E comer and about 51
miles south ot Lots 1883 nnd 1884. thence
80 chains west: thence 80 chains south ;
thenee 80 ehnins eust ; thence 80 ehnins
north  to point ol coinnifieement.
W.  0,  MeOOWAN.
Sept.  13. 1910. Wm. West,  ngent
CARIBOO LAMP DISTRICT.
Division of Fori George.
TAKE notice thnt George II. Mulrolmson,
of Frank. Altn., physician, intends to npnlv
for permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a post,
planted nt the N E corner nnd nbout 41
miles south ol Lots 1883 '""I 1884, thence
80 eliains west: thence 80 chains south ;
thenee 80 chains east: thence 80 chains
north to point  nl commencement.
GEORGE   II. MAI.COI.MSON
Sept.  12, 1910. Wm. WeBt, ngent
CARIBOO LAND DISTRICT.
Division ol Fort George.
TAKE notice that C, J. Tompkins, ol
Frank. Alta.. accountant, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing nt a post
planted at the north enst. corner and about
44 miles soulh of Lot land, thoneo 80
chains west: thenee 80 chains south: thenoo
80 ehnins cast: thonce 80 chaliiB north to
point  ol  commencement.
0.  J. TOMPKINS.
Sept. 14, 1910. Wm, West, agent
CARIBOO L\»!D DISTRICT.
Division of Fort Oeorgo.
TAKE notice Omt Amos Chatfleld, of
Frnnk. Altn.. Jeweller, Intends to apply for
permission to iiitrrhnse the following described lnnds: Commencing at n post planted at the N W corner nnd about 41 miles
south of Lots 1883 nnd IVH4. thonce 80
ehnins east: thenee 80 chains south: thenco
80 ehnins west; thrn'ii' ou chains north to
point  of  commencement.
AMO<!  OllATEIF.Ln.
Sept.  12.  1910. Wm.  West:  agent
THE BANK OF VANCOUVER
  viurnnvvn   n   £*       * —
Head Office: VANCOUVER, B. C
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED, - 02,000,000
|i | R 15 C TO RS :
II.  ,1.  JENKINS,  Esq1
R. P. Mcl.ENNAN, Esq.. President: McLennan. McFcely S Co.. Wholesale
Hardware, Vancouver, B.C.
M. B. CARI.1N. Esu... Vice-President,
Capitalist.  Vieioria. B.C.
HIS honor T. W, PATERSON, Lieutenant-Governor British Columbia.
L. W. SHATKOKli. Esq.. M.L.A-., Merchant,  Hcdley,  B.C.
W. II. MALKIN, Esip, The W. II. Malkin Co.. Ltd.. Wholesale, Grocers,
Vancouver,   B.C. .,   ,,
COLLECTIONS  MADE  EVERYWHERE
President II.],,
.iciihiin, Lumber Co., Scuitle, Waul,.;
President Vancouver Timber & Trading Co.,  Ltd., Vancouver, u.c.
J A. MITCHELL. lihqVt, Capitalist
Victoria.   It. 0.
B, 11. HEAPS, Esq., E. II. II,nps &
Co., I.'niilier uhd Timber; ['resident
ColUmbln Trust Co., Lid., Vancouver,   It.  ('.
B.l'
J.  A.  IIAKVKY,  Esq.,  K.C.,  formerly
of Cranbrook,  B.C.,  Yanoouvur,  U
'IONS  MAPr;  i-;t r.iti imciir.  \ A,  L.  DEWAR. General  Muting
Fort George Branch; F. X. DEWAR, Manager.
|  1836 J      Assets Exceed Fifty Miliicn Dollars      j   1910 j
% Bank of British North America
Your money is safer in the Bank than in your house or in your
pocket. It is not tieil up. You i'nn got, it out at any time without delay. NOTRS discounted, Local and Foreign UraftH bought
and sold.  OOLLBOTIONS made promptly.    Money Orders issued.
Fort George Branch,       L. G. MacIIafiie, Mgr.
THE TRADERS BANK OF CANADA
Head Office:
TOKOWTO, ONT.
Total Assets, $44, 500,00.
Total Deposits, $33,500,000
We Aim to Tay Strict Attention to Our Clients' Business,
Along with Courteous Treatment to Everyone,
WB'INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT.
H. C. SEAMAN, Manager.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
< HEADQUARTERS)
FOR
FORT GEORGE LANDS
YOU  CAN  STILL BUY
_Good Land at Reasonable Prices
and Oa Very Reasonable Terms.  Title Perfect.  ~~*
WRITE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
SOUTH FORT GEORE, B. C.
General Offices:   410,411, 412 Winch Bidg., Vancouver, B. C.
London Office:   6 Old Jewry.
PAID-UP CAPITAL,
$750,000.
PONT   BUY   ON   PAPER
We don't ask you to purchase South' lityrt George lots 'by
making a pencil marl; on a tow nsite plan   You would
be sale in so doing, but ii* skeptical
COME TO
^
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
Investigate Cur Proposition   e=
and you will find a good live town    Two banks, saw mill,
pool hall, newspaper, two general stores, splendid
hotel, bakery, stationery store, mail-boat
landing, scores of buildings,
and crowds of satisfied   buyers
WRITE FOR INFORMATION TO
NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT CO.
172 Hastings St., VANCOUVER, B.C.
Second St., SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.    '

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