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 One hundred millions will he
expended by the G. T P.
through inland B. C. Fort
George is the key
FORT GEORGE HERALD
n investment in the district
is the most profitable one in
the world. It is sure, steady
and remunerative
VOLUME  1,   NO. 49
SOUTH   FORT   GEORGE,   B.C.,   JULY   15,   1911
$3  DOLLARS  PER ANNUM
DOMINION  DAY  IN  SOUTII  FORT GEORGE—ByH. Savage and K.Myers
Two recent Firsts of duly in the newly
opened up parts of Canada have been heralded by the red tongues of lire, that ever
present danger to the sturdy hearts who
face the frontier in dwellings of wood and
paper. Two years ago occurred the Cobalt
lire which destroyed half the town; this year
the burning of tho Hotel Northern at South
Fort George constituted an event almost
proportionately as detrimental to the little
community settled 100 uiiles north of Quesnel, and 300 miles away from any railway.
Dawn, which hire comes soon after 2 a.
in. found the male population of Soutii
Port George, some 1100 strong, salving
what it could from this, the only licensed
house in the district, and holding the flames
from further prey in hastily ordered bucket
brigades. The financial loss was estimated
at 830,000, a large sum for a small population.
It was characteristic of the spirit which is
building up the west and the new lands of
the north, that before the last wall had
been licked up,, plans were being formulated
for its rebuilding.   Characteristic   also was
the way in which all temporarily forgot
their loss, and putting on cheery faces, proceeded with the celebration of Dominion
Day.
Here by the still smouldering ruins is a
tall husky greybeard, who, in his capacity
of starter, strides up and down jangling u
discordant cow-bell. It is the first heat of
tiie cowboy race; three Indians from the
reservation half a mile upstream, and one
white rider have entered. See! they're away
—tiie buckskin gains, more yet, and leads as
the four are swallowed np in the crowd,
which throngs the winning post some distance up the street.
We go there too. One longs for the pencil
of a Phil May to depict the types, which
form that good-humored gathering. Moc-
assined Indians with hatchet faces, their
brightly attired women-folk gathered apart,
bronzed lumber jacks, square and chunkey
or tall and limber, sturdy pre-emptors, prospectors and surveyors, miners and storekeepers, in fact the whole race of frontier
folk, the men of the river, the woods and
the land. There is the factor of the "com
pany", so many of whose posts are now the
thriving cities of Canudafc here are the bank
managers, and in and out dart the little
boys gleefully letting off crackers, between
their elders' legs.
But we are missing the standing long-
jump. Great sportsmen are the Indians, and
with Antoinc and Henry Dick compete their
white brothers. "What! you here old-timer?"
comes from the crowd, as a big Scotchman
tows the mark. "Hurrah for Ireland", they
yell as Bed Hike hinds on his heels. Here indeed are gathered many nationalities. The
little German, who takes the commencement
of the two mile race so calmly, finally wins
over the Siwashcs and Canadians born, who
left him standing at the start. See on the
rope there, us the whites drag over the Indian tug-of-war team; that fellow is a
Swede, the next was born in Ohio, Harry
there is from London.
Rain threatened in the afternoon, but did
no worse till later. On the level space near
the store, whieh tho score of children of
school age use as a temporary school, begins
the baseball game between the rival town
ships. A natural grand-stand is provided by
the slope of the first bench land, and below
tho fight is waged to accompnying click of
ball on but, while banter is hurled from the
crowd alike at player, umpire, and opposing supporter. In the middle distance is the
collection of stores, houses, mills, und offices
strung along the brown Eraser here same
300 yards wide. This in turn is backed by
the high scharp of the farther bank, tree-
clothed in green or scarred brown with landslides Across the scene drifts smoke from
the hotel's still smouldering ice-house, and
the Union Jack above the schoolhouse, and
the Canadian ensigns flown over the town
droop lazily on their poles. South Fort
George ran out winners after a hardly contested game. Nineteen runs to seventeen was
the score.
Down comes the rain, ns one waits for
supper, but it is worth u soaking to rush
out und see the cunoe race. All the entrants
are Indians. Two in each craft hewn from
a single cottonwood tree, they pole up the
stream keeping close to the bank. First ure
Paulette and Denis, in u red canoe, next
comes n blue one, nnd last are Maxine and
Loui Sand in un Erin tinted bark. One of
the latter fell out ut the start, but climbed
aboard again. They are to go upstream,
round a buoy on the far side, and return.
I )h! Muxine, that was a wiley move. He is a
hundred yurds behind, hut crossing tho
stream poles up the other shore, and rounds
the flag as the rod canoe drops across just
short of the mark. She comes back, is round
and now it is a race. For half the distance
the red canoe is behind, her yellow inside
gleaming as she rolls. Erect stands the
steersman of the green canoe as they fly together, but the red is the better bout und
sweeps in ahead.
There are the old field sports, putting the
shot, u Mlb chunk of rock, high jump, sack
race, nnd llie like. The long twilight comes
with no cessation of rain, and folk go to
see the opening cinematograph performance
ut the newly erected theatre, and to make
merry in the long room over a store, where
they dance the old dances and the new.
Groups gather in the houses and restaurants
and we drink to the King and all his Dominions, and, stowing away our programmes
printed locally on silk as mementoes, roll
off to bed, telling ourselves that this Dominion Day was the "best ever."
Local and Provincial
The Fort George Theatre is now equipped
with chairs, providing better, and more
comfortable seating accommodation than
temporary benches. The attendance grows
with every performance, proving that the
show is firmly establishing itself as the popular amusement here.
Dan Brewestr, a local contractor, has
commenced, the construction of a stuble and
wurchous for the government at the corner
of Hamilton Avenue and First Street. The
present warehouse, on Second Street, has
proved too small for the needs of the road
L'angs' supplies. It will be turned intb offices
for the roud superintendent. Mr. Brewster
the contractor, hns just completed the construction of the government offices on the
Hudson's Bay property.
Opposition is the life of trade. Since the
steamer Chilcotin has taken up the river
run Iietween here nnd Soda Creek, in spite
of the lack of power, the "B. X.", leviathan
of the haute Fruser, bus climbed the river
fairly rcgulnry.
,1. Dunn, K. E. Wishnrt und John Young,
who recently arrived in Alder-mere, left for
Fort George over the trail a few duys ngo.
The Northern Lumber Company have re-
wived large orders for lumber, to be used
by builders here, lately. •
T. P. Tracy, of Mud River, left today on
Iln- steamer "B. X." to visit his parents in
Chicago.
I he Fort George Timber and Trading Co.
mi' building a trestle distributing road
throughout their yard. Their mill is at
present cutting an average of about 15,000
feet a day, which output will be increased
t" tne capacity ol the mill, '-'5 to 30,000
feet, ns the efficiency of tint new machinery
is developed,
Russpll Peden, of the Northern Lumber
Company, leaves on Monday's boat for Edmonton. Mr. Peden will make the overland
trip from thnt place to the Cache, and from
there down the Eraser by cunoe.
The steamer Fort Fraser, left on Friday
lust for the mouth of Willow River, tuking
up Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Wiley nnd G. Harvey
lo Mr. Wiley's ranch on the Willow  River
bench.
The Rev. C. M. Wright, of the Presbyterian Church, will hold service in the Fourth Street Hull tomorrow evening at 7.30.
His subject for the sermon will be "When
principles ure at stake."
On Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock a baseball game will be played on the Central
I'ort George Diumond, Iietween the Oen-
tralitles nnd the Satellites of South Fort
lieorge. Each team now having a game to
tis credit un interesting struggle is expected.
I lie S. S. Chilcotin will leave her dock here
"t I p. m. sharp, leaving Central on the
return trip at 7 p. m. The round fare trip
i« 81.00.
A wire was received here this morning,
i immediately before going to press, bearing
'he sad news that Mrs. John A. Fraser, the
wife of our esteemed Member, passed away
in Vancouver five minutes before Mr. Eraser
was able to reach her side. Mrs. Fruser has
l>ecn in delicate health for some time, and
on arriving in Vuncouver, from u visit to
eastern relatives, Mr. Fraser was sent for
''« her condition became critical. Although
lie left Quesnel immediately on receipt of the
notification he was too late to reach his
life's death lied. The lain arrival of the
news prohibits our dwelling, as we would
otherwise wish to, upon the fine attributes
'but endenred to her the muny friends of
'he deceased lady. Mrs. Fraser hns always
taken an active interest in Church and chaiv
PROVINCE WILL POLICE G.T.P. RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION
When Bill miner held up a C. P. R. train
at Ducks some seven yeurs ugo und made
a getaway with a lot of coin nnd a bunch
of C. P. R. bonds, the enormous rewards
offered for his capture by the C. P. R. and
the government led every detective agency
in the country to detail men to the chase.
A party of the North West Mounted Police
obtained perniission from the Federal authorities to join in the manhunt, and they
participated in his capture. A wrangle then
arose between the R. N. W. Mounted Police
and the other authorities connected with the
capture, as to the dispensation of the re
ward, which terminated in the relations
between the provincial police and the
mounted constables of the territories becoming strained for nil time. From Tete Juane
Cache a report has recently reached us to
the effect that assistance to a man with a
broken leg was refused by the mounted
police until he was brought to their side of
the provincial boundary. We hardly credit
this, yet we know that in the Yellowhead
pass today the -mounted police are keeping
strictly on the Albertan side. The provincial authorities are now organizing the district round the Yellowhead puss, where the
construction gangs, with their inevitable
lawless element are commencing to invade j
the interior, and are bringing it under the
control of the provincial police, by the appointment of Mr. John Kirkup, formerly
government agent at Rosslnnd, as administrator for the great unorgunized district
round Tete Juane Cache. Mr. Kirkup was in
the service of the Provincial government
at Farwell, now Revelstoke, when the C. P.
R. was building through the mountains,
years ago. He has been chosen for the present position owing to his wide experience in
frontier life, and in the matter of enforcing
the law he has a free hand. At the Cache
his jurisdiction is absolute. He has also been
appointed stipendiary magistrate, and has
been instructed to choose his own assistants. Mr. Kirkup is going into the Cache
by way of Edmonton. We fail to see why
the government should use the round-about
route to the Cache, when they have a waggon road costing some millions of their
money leading to the foot of n system of
waterways terminating al the objective
point of their official representative. If the
province wishes to establish a route of travel from Vancouver to the Pence River or
the Yellowhead pass country by way of Edmonton, thus sowing the seed of a diverted
trade, they are starting in right.
itable work in Quesnel, nnd in spite of her
delicate health was often seen assisting Mr.
Fraser in practical worl in his large mercantile business at Quesnel. The keenest regret is felt at the district's loss, and we
hasten to extend our sympathy, in the name
of the populace of Fort George, to Mr.
Fraser and his children in the hour of their
bereavement.
Now In Working Order
After a lot of spasmodic alurm-clock effects the local telephone system of the Fort
George and Alberta Telephone Company is
in running order. The company have inst tilled 15 'phones in South Fort George
nnd ten in the Nechnco river townsite. The
lines give n very clenr transmission, nnd the
system, though un extravagance to anyone
wishing to practice business economy, is a
great convenience owing to the distances
between the business houses,' owing to the
non-sale of the government blocks.
Following are the regulations issued by
the company in regnrd to the use of their
service;
"No abusive, profane, or obscene language
shall be permitted to pass over the lines.
The phones of the company are in your
care, allow no one to tamper with them
outside of the authorized agent of the company.
"First ring, then remove receiver.
"Do not talk loud — it is unnecessary —
but talk clearly and not too fast. Ramem-
ber that all voices ure not alike; some are
particulary well adapted to telephone conversation, while others are very unsatisfactory.
"Do not forget to ring off when through
talking.
"Do not forget to hung your receiver up
when through tulking.
"Do not drop the receiver. The shell is
made of hard rubber and is brittle.
"Do not place on top of mnchine articles
of metal. If you do, your telephone may
short circuit and you cannot cull out to
line.
"Do not tup on the diaphragm of the
transmitter or receiver with a pencil or
other article. You mny injuro the apparatus.
"Do not short-circuit the instrument by
jamming a lead pencil between the lightning
arrester points.
"Do not stand too far from the transmitter while talking. Talk from two to six
inches from the mouth piece, according to
the length of line over which you are talking nnd the privacy of your conversation.
"If the exchange is not treating you properly, report it to the management.
This is the complete directory, to date:
Bunk of B, N. A. 3. Traders Bnnk Hi. W.n.
Bluir & Co, (1. B. X. Office, 13. B. C. Meat
Market, 14. Close & Brown, 19. Government office, ... A. G. Hamilton, 15. Herald
Office, 9. I, Jordon, 12. J. M. McLean, 4.
Northern Lumber Co, yard and mill, 18.
Northern Lumber Co., store, 18. Ft. George
Thoatre, 8.
THE R. C. LAND ACT AND ITS ELASTIC INTERPRETATION
Evidently we are to have an election this
fall. The Victoria Daily Tilnes hus lately
been delving into the way the land policy
of the government has been worked by a
bunch of land operators in Victoria to
their own particular ends. The Times must
have a very dead intelligence department if
has only just got "next" to the fact that
there exists a ring in Victoria thnt can
juggle with the B. C, Lnnd Act pretty much
ns they pleuse. We could nume a great number of them. We have long noted the way
of things, and have seen so much funny
work that we have grown calloused and indifferent to the crude operations of the "inside" gang. We know of npplications-to-
purchase thnt have gone through the Lands
Department as though they had nothing
else to attend to, whilst others would hang
around in their filing baskets for months
and months. The questionable classification
of lnnds by provincial land surveyors has
been an every day occurrence, and evidences
of favoritism exist on every side, the relative standing of pre-emptions ans purchases
has been a matter which has caused many a
disgruntled would-be-settler to leave the
country by the back door. We know of instances of pre;emptors who have been told
to vacate their lands months after they
have received their records. The excuse offered by the Department was that the land
applied for was already alienated by purchasers. A pre-emptor tnkes an affidavit to
the effect that he is applying for unoccupied
and unalienated Crown Lnnd when he sends
in his pupers to the districl Commissioner.
If the district Commissioner hus reuson to
believe thut his lnnd is. covered by other
prior applications he issues a provisional
record. This hns been done ever since it wus
found thnt pre-emptors often jumped the
prior claims of purchasers, whether with intent, or inadvertently. The lund had to be
described roughly, by metes nnd bounds,
owing to their being no systematic survey
of the country, although we commend (he
fuct thut this work bus been curried out as
fast and as thoroughly as circumstances
would permit. In many cases the pre-emptor
has the worst of tho deal, and a howl has
been raised which echoed along the mosaic-
floored corridors of the capitol, causing the
men in the Lands Department some uneasiness. Their policy has been to recognise
priority in every case, which, considering
that they were administrating n district
thnt bus only come into existence ns u
sought-after field for settlement during the
pust two or three years, was a sensible rule
for the settlement of every claim. Tbe bona
fide pre-emptor is a man who should receive every atom of protection that the government can possibly afford him. The tinhorn pre-emptor is another class of individual altogether. We coined the phrase to provide u suitable sobriquet for the pre-emptor in name only, who is nothing more or
less than a moneyless speculator, endeavoring to lay claim to lunds near possible or
actual sub-divided areas, irrespective of
their agricultural fitness, and by inducing
some of their friends to perjure themselves
re., their bona fides, to ultilmutely obtain a
Crown grunt. On October 29, of last year,
we printed an expose of these gentry's methods, prompted by the fact that certain
of them were trying to railroad their claims
over the heads of prior applicants under the
purchase clause, who hnd staked months
before. To put it bluntly, they were claim
jumpers. Now let us look further into the
result of the mix-up which we suw coming
last fall, and expose also its ultimate outcome. Taking the case of one of the tin-horn
pre-emptors, whose application took precedence over another man's bona fide prior
right, bearing in mind the rulings adverse
to the pre-emptors who had previously conflicted with purchases. This is the exact
status of the case from the information before us: About Murch 30, of last year, a
n draughtsman, who thoroughly understood
the staking of land, went into the field to
stake certain' quarter sections for the purchasers, who were all old residents of the
district, and whose knowledge of the situation and of the land's advantages wus
gained thereby. On Ausust 23rd of the same
year, five months afterwards, a pre-emptor,
who wus mnnnger of a townsite company
here, was issued u record from the Barkerville government office, having walked onto
the lund some short thne before the dute of
the record und stnked it us a pre-emption,
making nn affidavit to the effect that it
was unoccupied, unalienated Crown land.
His record, a photograph of which we have
in our possession, bears the following provision on its face; "This record is issued
with the distinct understanding that should
it be found at any time subsequent to the
date of same that the land hereby granted
was not open for pre-emption at the date
of the application, then this record shall be
absolutely void and of no effect whatsoever,
and shall be 'ipso facto' cancelled." On the
19th, of January, of the present year, nine
months after the prior staker had located
the land, he received a notification from the
government to the effect that he would be
allowed to purchase the land provided no
encroachment was made on lands covered
by the tin-horn pre-emptor whose perjured
application was made about five months
after that of the purchaser. For an example of perverted administrative ruling
that is a einch winner. Now to the explanation of tlie Department, for we wish to
show the mutter in nil its aspects. Tbe
Lands Department, on receipt of the letters
from the prior applicant, protesting aguinst
the unfairness of the ruling, and pointing
out that the record issued to thc pre-emptor
was provisionnry, writes, stating that, according to the fixed rule of the Department
records issued to pre-emptors prior to the
receipt of upplications-to-purchase the same
lnnds, should not be disturbed even in cases
where it was shown that the applicant to
purchnse was prior in staking. That was
entirely a new ruling, und in this section of
the country hud never been heard of before.
So it would seem that the government had
taken action to eliminate connections in this
Czar-like manner at a time when future con-
flictions bad been automatically eliminated
with the blanket reserve covering the whole
district from future alienation by purchase.
And this after the pre-emptor had been
side-trucked, in many instances, during the
years that staking by agent had been in its
hey-day. Had we published the ruling at
the time we heard it, and thus noised it
abroad, any person who had not already
utilised his right to pre-empt land could
walk into the woods and place his stake on
any of the applications-to-purchase that
were then being advertised close round here,
antl, as these advertisements must run for
sixty days before the would-be purchaser's
application can be considered, his application to pre-empt the other fellow's land must
of necessity reach tbe Government Agent
and the department lirst, and according to
the ruling, the application of the staker
would be invalid. Then, unless the purchaser paid $500 or so, to the tinhorn to abandon his 82 record, ns the purchaser in
Lhis instance was obliged to do, he must
step down, und the government have his
87 for advertising land he apparently has
no right to if some irresponsible party puts
a pre-emption stake on it. There are scores
of pre-emptions abandoned in this section,
that are never recorded as abandoned unless their record holders wish to apply for
another piece of land. Now supposing that
u purchaser, who has spent good money
in taking the preliminary steps towards
buying, and one of these niuy-be-quitters
rending his udvertisment, sees the lnnd und
jumps it, und is according to the ruling
given an interim title, which be afterwards
keeps, or perhaps tbrows up, the government are losers, for they would have sold
the lund, antl the intending purchaser, having bull his right usurped in this mnnner is
a Liberal, perhaps. In the instance of the
five-month-prior-purchaser the hardship wus
particulary felt. The pre-emptor was instructed by his employees, a gang of get-
rich-quick townsite promoters, that he was
wanted elsewhere on their come-on game.
He held the record however, nnd ulthough
he had never lived on the land or done any
work on it himself, all hell would never
cancel that record against his will, even
though he never intended to set foot on his
stolen land again, in time to permit tho
purchaser to fulfil his obligations to tho
government, so the purchaser had to ante
up $500 for the pre-emptor's provisional^
record, covering his own land, obtained under false pretences by the tinhorn pre-emptor — who held the best band.
The Nechaco townsite:
Blair &  Co., 2,   Bank
| F. P,  Burden, 11.    Hotel Fort George, 9.
of Vnncouver 1.    Natural Resources   Security Company, 10.
Post office, 10. John.
George Tribune, 4.
A. Shearer, 6. Fort I'\l
mu
THE    HERALD
JULY 15, 1911
FOB! GEORGE HER
PKACfl KIVKK LAND
District ul C«ri
'AKK lu.Uce ilwt Hun
mSTfilCT.
v  Buple
.■'.inner,
ol Se
PEACH RIVER LAXD WSTRICT.
Ui.<arivi ol Cariboo.
TAKK  notice     that   Waller  Scoit  Mc
'SHED BY  THE
jmrciiAne
ullowi
Comr.
of   Furt
orth-
cni  Inttrior.
lui.ls I Lellfn, of Vancouver. It. C occupation
tin-1 miner, intends to apply .or permission to
i puri4ia.se tlie following describe-) lands:-
iilatited about M ' Commencing at a post planted on the
ll milt's west ..(west bank of Halfway River nnoiit 20
ijiml on the R. N. miles downstream Iroin tlie month of
in thi' north bank ! Cypress Creek; thence south Ko chains;
it moutii ol Cash , thence east So chains; thence north 20
haiiis; thence west ■ ch.iins, more or less, to river bank, tiience
So ih.inis. thence j west, following river bank, to point of
ii commencement, 1 commencement, containing 480 acres more
I- or less. i or to*.
V ENGLK. j Je.io.       WALTER SCOTT McLELLAN.
1  Pettr*'   agent.    I    Feb. 35th.,  1911.     Frank Watsou, agent.
,1. n. DANIEL!., Editor.
SATURDAY
JULY L6. UUI
RIVER LAM) DISTRICT
of Cariboo.
Wash.
that Thoma
occupation lali
penui.si.ioii   \o
ifer.
iurcliase
the
ids'
,i: described ta
lencing at a |i
iorth   and   about   l
mile nost  tsUMisli
nted Police truil 01
Peace River at the
ihenee south 80 ch
ns   thencc north s
chains to polul  □
ing 640 aires more
THOMAS
8.   1911.    JanJe*
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Misttin   oil    TAKE   notice   that   James   William   Mc-
' ' utends   0UBt'u"t   "'   Dawson,     V.   T.,  occupation
Miner,  intends to apply for permission to
purcluue tlie following .described lands:-
Coijitiienciiig at a post piunted on the
went bank of Halfway River about 2°
miles duwnsuaam Irotii tlw mouth of Cypress Creek; thence west 80 chains; thence
smith 80 chains; tlicnce east 80. chains;
thence north 80 chaius to point of commencement, containing 640 acres nmre or
I MR,
Je.io.       JAMICS WILLIAM WcQUSTION.
Fell.   35th.,   1911.      Frauk Watsou,  agent.
t |i,.iite-:l about S3
ii, miles west til
" d  on  the  R. N,
the north 1-ank
moutli of Cash
ins thence oust
■ chains; thencc
--ji__U.t-iicttiu.ut,
MOvSI'ON.
pettrv   agfut
l'KACK RIVER   LAN
Distritt   lit.
1 DISTRICT,
riboo.
TAKK notice that William John Hayter
ol Seattle, Wash., occupation Engineer, intends to ip ■' for "ermission to purchase
the iollowin" describeil lands:-
Cuimiii'iicing at a posi plaiiled about 51
miles north and aboul 13 miles west from
the 22 mile nost established on the R. N.
Vi. Mounted Police trail on the north bank
ol the Peace River at the mouth of Cash
Creek; theuce north Ko chains, ihenee .enst
Ho chains; thence south 80 chains; theuce
west Ko chains to puint ol coiuineimement,
Ci nlaining 640 acres inOW or less.
Je 10. WILLIAM JOHN HAYTER.
March, 8.   1911.    James  Pellrv.  agent.
PEACK
1
'AKE no
the H. N.
nrth bank
ll   ol   Cash
l'EACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Caribou.
■    TAKK   notice    that   Benjamin   Franklin
! Walker, of Seattle, Wush., occupation car-
, pen ter, intends to .>■    ■■ ior     - 'ission to
' nurchaae  the followin- rtcserilwl  lauds:-'
:    Commencing at a post planted about 51
miles imrth and ahout  13 miles west from
: the jj mile post established on the R. N.
, \V. Mounted Police trail on the north bank
of the Peace River at the mouth of Cash
Creek:   theuce north 80 chains;   thenae weat
Ho  chains;   thencc  south  80 chains;   thence
east Ho ihains, lo point of commencement,
coiitaiuintf 640 acres more or less.
j Je.io    BENJAMIN" FRANKLIN WALKER
March, 8.   1911.    -ames   Petlr"    apent.
llOUllE
'cttry,
.AND DISTRICT.
PKACK RIVKR LANI) DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that C.us. Stnbeti, of Seattle, Wash, occupation Musician intends
to imnly for "ermission lo purchase the
followi ii" ilescribed  In nds:-
Commencing at a post planted about 51
miles north and ahout iy miles west inmi
the 22 mile cost established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police truil on the north bauk
of the Peace River at the mouth of Cash
Creek; thence south 80 cliains; thence west
Ho chains; theuce north 80 chains; thence
cist 80 chains lo point of commencement,
containing 640 acres' more or less.
J'C.io. GUS. STUHEN.
March, 8.   1911.   -ames Pettrv.  agent.
THOMAS COLBEkT.
1911.       .1.lines   Peltry,
.EACH RIVRK
I.ANII DISTRICT
Distrtct  ■
1 I urilni
TAKI!  untie.  Unit
If !;., 11.1i"   Svlves
r   ol Scuttle   Wn.l
'I   I.llH'lllllll
PEACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Clarence Fisher, of
Seuttle, Wash., occupation Lineman, intends to !<■■' lor "ermission to purchase
the Iollowin" described lauds:-
Commencinf; at a |n>*t planted ahout 51
miles north and ahout 13 miles west from
the 22 mile post established on the A. N.
Wi Mounted Police truil 011 the north bank
o( the Pence River at the mouth of Ciifth
Creek; thencc south 80 chaius: thence tutst
80 chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. CI.ARKNCK FISHER.
March 9,   19*'.      Jumes Pettrv. agent.
PKACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE   notice      that   James   Conrad   ol
Dawson,   V.   T.,   oicupatiuii  miner,   intends
to  apply   lor   permission   to   purchase   the
lollowing described  lauds:-
Commencing at a post planted on the
west bank of Halfway River, about 20
miles downstream Iroin the mouth of
Cypress Creek, thence west 80 chaius;
thtnee north 80 chains; thencc e»at 60
chains to river hank; thence south along
river bank to point of commencement,
contain ipg 580 acres njore or less.
JAMES CONRAD.
1911.     Frank Waison, a^ent.
Je.10.
Feb. 25th.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that William James Eliot
of Vaneouver H C. occupation Miner and
prospector, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described lands.
Commenting at a post planted on the
west bank of Hallway River about 20
miles downstream from tbe mouth oi
Cypress Creek. thence vest So chuins;
tiience soutii 80 chaius: thence east 60
chaius; thence north 80 chains to point of
coinmencetnent, containing 640 acres more
or less
Je.io.     WILLIAM JAMES ELIOT.
Feb.  2f.Ui.,   mn.     Frank Watsou, agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that James McConnell, of
Dawson V. T., occupation miner, intends
to apply for iiermission to purcliase the
following  described   lands:-
Commencing at a post planted about '■,
a mile west of Hallway River and about
33 miles down stream from the mouth of
Cypress Creek, thence west 80 chains;
thence South 80 chains; thence cast 80
chains; theuce north 80 chaius to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres more
or less.
Je 10 JAMKS McCONNELL,
Feb. 27th, 1911.    Frank Watson, agent.
PKACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKK    notice   that    Ralph    Bromley,   of
Vancouver, 13. C, occupation Laborer, in-
] lends t.i apply Inr nerinissiun to purch-
i use the lollowini' described lauds:-
; Coinitu-licin'' at a post planted *b_.i - 49
! miles north aud about 13 miles west trom
I the 22 mile "ost established on the R. il.
; Vi, Mounted Point trail un the mirth hank
oi the Peace River at the mouth of Cash
I Creek: theuce north 80 chains, thenceeast
I So chnins; thence south 80 chains; thence
i west 80 chuins to point ol cumuciic«ta«ntt
c.nlaiuing 640 aires more or less.
Je.10. RALPH HKUMLEY.
March 9, 1911.     James Pottry, agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DlaiRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notict that George Henry, of
Hamilton, Wash, occupation Farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described  lands:-
Commencing at a post planted on the
west bank of Halfway river 'about 14
miles downstream from the mouth of Cypress Creek; Uieuce west Bo chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence east "o chains to
river hank, thence south alone river bank
to point of conmiencaQient, containing 580
acres more or less.
Je.  10. GEORGE HKNRV.
Feb. 37th, 1911.     Frank Watson, agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that J turn Gray, of Vancouver, B. C. occupation Lumberman, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:-
Commencing at a post planted on the
west hank of Halfway River about 15
miles downstream from ehe mouth of
Cypress Creek; thence west 80 chains:
theme south 80 chains; theuce east So
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
JulO JHON GRAY
Fell. 27th, 1911.     Frank Watson,.agent.
TAKE
.I   Sc.iti
\\. Mo
ol the
I tl
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Districl of Cariboo.
TAKIC  notice  that  Frank   Henry Mflin,
d Vmicomer, D. C , occupation Miner, blends to apply for permission to purchase
e  following descriheil  lands:-
Commencim- at a pun planled ahout 49
miles imrth and about  1, miles west from
ho 22 mile post established on the R.N.
Vi. Mounted Police trail on the north bauk
il the  Peace River at the moutli of Cash
Creek;  iheuce north Ko chains; (haute west
So chains:  thence south Ko chains;  thence
ast 80 chains, to poim ol cotniueneeraeiit,
1 .nlaining 640 acres mpre pr less,
fe lo FRANK HKNHY MKLIN.
March 9,  1911,      JH,nes 1'eurv   agent.
CHARLKi
1911,     .Km
I.Kn DKM1NG
is Peltry, agent
PEACK RIVKR   LAN!) DISTRICT.
District .>f Curiboo.
Iilanted   about   53
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict of Caribo...
TAKK notice that James Heaver, of
•eattl. Wash., occupation marine aergt.,
litem v ... arntty for permissinn to nurch-
s,\  niiowin.. descrihed lands-
Commencing at _ posl planted about 49
?1,c*   '■ r:il    I   about   11   miles   west   ol
MM mile post established on the R.N.
■ - Mounted Police trail on the north bank
I  the  lean River at the mouth of Cusl
reck Uieiia mrth 80 chains; thence sast
0 enaius;  thence south 80 chains;  thence
est No chains to point of commencement
ont.nning by ucres more or less.
';,'"   , 'AMES  DEAVKR.
March  6,   19)1     Jatnei   peltry    agent.
NNINGHAM.
PKACE RIVKR
District
LAND DISTRICT.
•I Cariboo.
> Lund Dislrii 1      Di
TAKI'
ol   Vanco
rapber, in
Oommei
N.  Vi.  1 .
Murch jot
Cariboo I.
TAKK  1
Mtt of  V.,
intends  t
ipply
ll] it
TAKK
.cattle,
ends to
.Usli
desi ri
post pl
1 [646
n  Lake,
itcd
ch.i
tii
nt,
or   It'HS.
I''I.')i:KNCl. M.
■  1911.    John Mac
id District ■ DJstr
dice that Peter I
miner B, C. occu
apply  for  permh
1 nortl
thenci
ng d.p
followin"
"tiinieiiung
cs north 11
22 mile i.
Mounted P<
the  Peace   Riv
LYONS.
loiicll, agt.
1 Ittitchei
to  pur
the
ug 64'
that Robert McCoy, 0
ncnipelioii teamster, in
Inr nermission to purchasi
scribed lands:-
it a post tdaiited about 49
I about 11 miles west ol
t established on the R. N.
tee trail on the north bauk
the mouth of Cash
north So chains: theuce west
lice south 80 chains; ihenee
. to point o| coiuiiienoemwit,
acres more or less.
ROBERT McCOY.
'91».      James  Pctlrv   ai'ent.
PEACK RIVER LAND DlM'RICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Lewis Baker Taylor,
of Vancouver IJ. C. occupation hackdriver,
intends to applv fur permission to purchase   the   following   descrilied   lands:-
Commending at a post nlatiu.it on the
west bank of Halfway River about 17
miles downstream from the mouth of Cypress Creek': thence west 80 chains; thence
nortli 80 chains; thence cast 60 chains tu
river hank, thence aouth alone river bank
to point ol commencement containing 580
acres more or less.
Je.io. LKWIS BAKER TAYLOR.
February 27th., lyli.   Frank Watsou, -agt
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice 'hat Harry I'arsom, ol
Vancouver, ti C. occupation hotel cl»-rk,
intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following described lamls:-
Cujiimenang at a post plauted _n the
west bank of Halfway River about 17
miles downstream from thc mouth ol
Cypress Creek; thence west 80 chains;
Uieuce south 80 chains; thence east Ho
chains to river bank, thence north, along
river bank lo point nf commencement,
containing 640 avres more or less.
Je.lo. HARRY  PARSONS.
February   37th., Jyn.     Frank Wats-.n. agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict  oi Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnl Charles Br0Wil, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Miner intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted % mile
west from Hallwuy River uboul 14 milcs
downstream from the mouth of Cypress
Creek; thence west 80 chains; thence uorth
80 chains; thence east 80 chains: thencc
soi.tli 80 chnins to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. CHARLKS  BROWN.
February  28th., iyn.    Frank Watson, agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DI01RICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that George Ayrcsome, of
Vancouver li. C, occupation travelling
salesman, intends to a'"»ly for Permission
to  purchase  the  following described  lands:
Commeiicinv at a post planted on the
west bauk of Halfway River about 13
miles dowiistcam from the the mouth of
Cypress Creek: theuce west 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains; thenee east 40
chains, more or less, to river bunk, thencc
south along river bank to point of commencement, containing $60 acres more or
less.
Je.io. OEORGE AVRKSOMK.
February   28th., 1911.    Frank  Wutsi.n, agt.
PEACK RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Curiboo.
TAKE notice that James RiU-v, ol Vancouver, B, C, occupution teamster, intends
to apply for permission io purclwae the
lollowing descrilied   lauds
Coinmencing at a post planted on the
west hank ol Halfway River about 12
miles downstream from the mouth of
Cypress Creek; theuce west 80 equina;
thencc north 80 cliains; theuce east 40
chains, more or less, to river bank, uieuce
south along river hank to point cfcom-
meucemeut, containing 48o acres more or
less.
Je.io. JAMES  RILEY.
March   1st., 1911.     Frank  Watson, agent.
PKACK RIVER LAND DlaiRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that James Bater, of Vuncouver, B.C., occupation miner, intends to
apply for permission to purchase thc following  described   lauds:-
Comm«ncing at a post planted on tne
east bank of Halfwav river about 12 miles
downstream from the mouth of Cypress
Creek; thence east 40 chains; thence north
80 chains; thence west 80 cliains; thence
south 20 chains, more or less to river
bank, thence along river bank to point
of commencement, containing 480 aires
more or less.
Je.io. JAMKS HATER.
March ist., 1911.    Frank Watson, agent.
PKACE RIVKR LAND DIS 1 RICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that James MacDotiild, of
Dawson, Y. T. occupation miner, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:-
Cotnniencing at a post planted oil the
east bank of Hallway River about 10
miles down stream from the mouth of
Cypress Creek; thence north 80 chains:
theuce west 80 chains; thence south 20
chains, to river hank, thencc alone river
bank to point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less.
Je.io. JAMES MacDONALD.
March ist., 1911.     Frank Watson, ngent.
PEACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Malcolm James Mc-
Kinnon, of Dawson, Y. T., occunation
miner, intends to annlv tor nermission to
purchase   the   following  described   lands:-
Commencinir at a post planted on the
west bank of Halfway river about 10
miles downstream from the mmith of
Cvpress Creek; theuce west 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains: theuce east 20
cbains, to river bank, thence alon? river
bank to point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less.
Je.io.     MALCOLM JAMES McKINNON.
March 1st., 1911.     Frank Wataon, agent.
PEACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Mat Falvin of Dawson
Y. T-, occupation Miner,  intends  to apply
lor   permission   to   purchase   the   following
described  landsi-
Conimenciog at a pnst planted about _
mile west of Halfway River and about 12
miles downstream from the mouth of Cypress Creek; thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
theuce east 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 64' ucres more or
iess.
Je.io. MAT FALVIN.
February 28. i9ii.   Frank Watson, agenl,
PKACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Robert Samuel Irwin
of Vancouver B. C. occupation Bartender,
iatends to apnlv for permission to purchase   the   following   described   luuds:-
Commencing at a post Planted % mile
from the west bank of Hallway River
about 8 miles downstream from the mouth
of Cypress Creek; thence wesl 80 chains;
thence nortii 80 chains; thence east 80
chains; tltenee south 80 chaius to point of
commencement, containing 640 ucres nmr,-
or less.
Je 10 ROBERT SAMUEL IRWIN,
March 8th.1911.     hrank  Watson,  apeiit.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that James Reid,of Dawson
Y. T., oci ti pu t ion prospector in tends to
apply for permission to purchase the following   described   laiids:-
Commeiicing at a post planted on the
west bank of Hallway River about 18
miles down stream from the mouth of
Cypress Creek; tWnce wesl 80 :chains;
thence south 80 chailis; thence east 80
chains, more or less, to river bank, thence
north along river bank to point ol commencement, containing 640 acres wore or
less,
Je.lo. JAMKS RKID.
February  27th., 1911.    Frank Watson, a^t.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT,
liistrict  of Cariboo.
north
ol    ],o
ap.29.
March  34
Cariboo I.
TAKK
VlllHoll...
tends to
the   folio
Commc
north ni
■si    [,1,
Ol   fi
ice norlli
1;  thenci
id
or |v.
1911
IM.TKR KHRMANKTRANT
John MacDonell, ngent
District     lb
ol drill.
IAKK   notice   that   William   Yeager,   ol
Seattle, Wash., occupation 1,,,....„ Intends
pply  for permission  io  purchase the
'     nhed lauds:-
mmeiiciiig nt u post planted about 49
s   Iiorth   and   about   u   miles   west   of
J2  mile post established  oil  the R. N.
olbivviiif desi
IV. Mounted Police trail on the north bank
il   the  I'eaee  River at the mouth  of Cash
reek; Uieme south 80 chains; thencc west
W chains; theuce north ,80 chains; thencc
east 80 chains, to point ol commencement.
"Muming 640 acres more or less.
'*•">■ WILLIAM  YKAUKR.
Mo»n 7. 14H.      James Pettry, agent.
that      It.    Wiiilennite
l,nke
thencc
thei
chai
commencement,  .
more or less,
ap.39. B.
March  24.   1911
ml   1
ith  I
mllei
1654
.oil lh
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislriel   of Cariboo.
PEACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that William Chapman, of
Vaucouver, B. C. occupation Commercial
traveller, intenils lo apply for —rmission
to purcliase the following descrilied lands:-
Com men cing at a post planted one mile
west of Halfway River, about 17 miles
downstream from the mouth of Cypress
Creek; thence west 80 chains: thence north
80 chains; thence east 80 chains; theuce
south 80 chains to point of commencement
containing 640 aires mute or leas.
Je  io. WILLIAM CHAPMAN.
February 28th , 1911.   Frank Watson, agt.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Alexander Pellett, of
Vancouver li. C. occupation Spinster, intends to aimlv Ior permission to -urchase
the  [ollowing  described  lands:-
Commcticiiig at a post planted on thc
north bauk of Cha Wa Ded creek, about 1%
miles upstream Irom Halfway river;
thence north 80 chains; thence east 80
chains; thence south 80 chaius; thence west
80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Je  10 ALEXANDER  PELLETT,
March 8th. 1911.      Frank  Watson,  agent.
PEACK RIVKR LAND Di„_RICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Charles Jackson, ol
Vancouver, II. C, occupation Steamboat
man, inteiuls to anoly for permission to
purchase the followin" described lands:-
Coiumelicing at 11 post planted on tin
north bank ol Cha Wa Ded Creek, about
2 miles upstream Irom Halfway River,
Uienee north 80 chains; Iheuce wcsl 80
chains; tbence south 80 chaius; theuce
eaat 80 chains to point of commencement
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. CHARLES JACKSON,
March Ht.h.p.i!.     Frank  Watson,  agent
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Disirici  ol Carihoo.
TAKIC notice lhat Tom Allan, of Vancouver, B. C. occupation Minim; Engineer,
iniends lo apply fHr iiermission to purchuse the following described lands:
Commencing at a post plauted on Hre
west bank of Halfway River about 1"
miles downstream from' the mouth ol Cypress Creek; thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains
more or less to river bank, theme south
along river bank to point of commencement ^containing 640 acres more or less.
Je 10 TOM ALLAN,
March 1st., ign.     Frank Watsou   ugent.
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|j Close & Brown
South Fort George, B. C.
GENERAL
MERCHANTS
PEACE RIVKR LAND DIoiRlLl\
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Joe Shcunerd uf Vancouver  B.   C,   occupation  Laborer,   iniends
to   apply   for   permission   lu   purchase   the
followin" described lands:-
Coinmencinir at a post planted )', mile
west from Halfway River, and about to
miles down stream from   the   mouth• ol
Cypress Creek; thelice west 80 chains;
ihenee south 80 chains; thence east 80
chains; thence imrth 80 chuins to point
of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
Je.io. JOE   SHKl'I'KRU.
March tst., 1911.    frank Watson, agent.
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^   cense-—dismally lonesome.   You can secure the choicest and
most up-to-date of the world's productions for a mere song
by consulting us.   We have the exclusive agency for New
Cariboo of the Victor Records and carry a complete range   K
i RICT.
PEACE RIVKR LAND VU
District ol Cariboo.
! notice   lhat   John  William Currv
couvor,      II.   C,   oeeiipntion   lli.ie
iitemU to ,inolv lor permission t>
•   the   follow!!!!,   described   lands:
dicing   al   a   post   lilmilud  about
st   Irom   Halfway River and abou
l   downstream   from   lhe   mouth
Creek;      llience    wist   80   chains;
south   Ko   chaius;      thence   east   80
thence nortli 8" chains to noint  ol
ntalnlng 640 acres more
TAKI'
of Van
Clerk, 1
purchas.
Comm
mile wi
8  milei
Cypress
thence
chains;
Co tn men ceiii'
or less.
Je.l. JOHN  WILLIAM  CURRY.
Mnrcli 1,   iqn.     Frank Watson   Agent.
PKACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that William Jackson, of
Vancouver Ii. C. occupation Lumberman,
intends to npnly for permission to purchase  the   followi 11 -   described   lauds;'
Commencing at a post planted on thc
east bank of Halfway River about u
miles downstream from the mouth of
Cypress Creek; llience east 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains; thence west 40
chains, tnofe or less, to river hank; theuce
smith along river bunk to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Je.io. WILLIAM JACKSON.
Marcli   2nd. 19I1.    Frank   Watson    apent.
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PEACE RIVKR LAND DImRKT.
District  of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Robert Watson, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation Lumberman,
intends to an«1v for permission to nurchase the followin- described bilids;-
Commencine at a post planted on the
enst bank of Halfwav River ahout 7 miles
lownstream from the month of Cvnress
Creek; thencc north 80 chains; thence west
80 chains more or less to river bank,
thencc south alone river bank to point of
•ommencement, containing 400 acres more
>r less.
Je.io. ROHKRT  WATSON.
March y. 191I.     Frank Watson, agent.
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Front Street, QUESNEL,.    C. K
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secured the
exclusive
agency for
the
Canadian
Kodak
Company,
and have a
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stock of
everything
for the
photographer.
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PKACE RIVER l.ANI) DISTRICT.
District (.1 Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Willinm Duckl.v. ol
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Drummer,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following descrihed lands:-
Commencing nt a posl planted nhont I
mile east of Halfwav Rioer and about 9
miles downstream from the moutii of
Cvpress Creel: llience cast So cliains:
thence soutii So chains: tlicnce west 80
chains; thence north So chains to -..int of
commencement, containing 640 acres more
or less.
Je.l. WI.,'""   '"'■VLEY.
Marcli 2. 19".     Frauk Watson, airent.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Carihoo.
TAKE   notice     tli.it   John   Stewurt,   of
Vancouver,   B.   C.   occupntion   Prospector,
intends to upply for permission to purchase the lollowini' descrihed lands:-
Comraencing at a post  planleil on the
east bank of the Hallway River about 7
miles downstream from the mouth of
Cypress Creek; theuce north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; Ihcnce south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains
commencement, conlaining 641.
or less.
Je 10
March 2. 1911
Seventy-five Comfortable Rooms
Newly Furnished.
Occidental Hotel
E. L. KEPNER, Proprietor
QUES1\£L, B. C.
Good Tables. Corralls. Sample Rooms.
Banquet Hall.       Theatre Room.
Rates, $1.50, $2 and $2.50 per day
WIRE FOR ROOMS
JOHN' STEWART,
Frank Watspn     -ent.
PEACE RIVEH I,AN1) DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo,
TAKE notieK that Herbert Younr, of
Vniicuuver, li. C. occupation Broker, inteiuls to upply Iur permissiun to purchase
tbe following described lands:-
Commenciiig at u post planted tin tkc
east bunk ut Halfway River abuut ft miles
down stream Irom the mouth o( Cypress}
Creek; thenee east Ao chains; thencu north
80 chains; tbencc west So chains mure or
less, to river bank, tliencc south along
river bank tu point uf commencement, containing 480 acres more or less.
Je,_o. HKR11ERT YUUKG.
March 3,   1911. Frank Watson, agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE nolice that Annie Straiidbcrg, ui
Vancuuver, li. C. occupation Spinster, intends tu apply fur permission tu purchase
the fulluwing descrilied lunds:-
Coinmencing at a post planted on thc
east bank of Halfway River ahout 7 miles
downstream from the moutli of Cypress
Creek, thence cant 60 chain..; thencu north
Ho chains; tbence wesi "u chains more or
less to river bank, thencc suulh along
river bank to point of commencement, and
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io.       ANNIE STRANDBERG.
March 3,   1911. Frank Wat*
agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Hugh Milrdock, ol
Vancouver, B. C, occupation orospector,
intends to apply for nermission to purchase the following described lunds:-
Commeneing at a nost "l-ntcd about I
mile west from Halfway River about S
Oiiles downstream (run. Cvnress Creek;
thence SOUth 80 chains; theme west 80
chaina; thence north 80 chaius; tlicnce easl
80 cliains tu point of commencement, con
taming 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. HUGH MURDOCK.
March 8th.19".     Frank  Watsun.  fluent.
PKACK RIVKK UND DIM'KU. T.
Diltrict of Cariboo,
TAKE untie* that David Munrue, of
Vancuuver, B. C. occupation Merchant
traveller, intends to apply for permission
tu purchase  tbe following descrihed lands:
CuinfUeiKUig at a pust planted one mile
went of Halfway River about 18 miles
duwnstnam from the mouth of Cyprus
Creek, thence west 80 chains; thence soutl
80 cliains; thence east 80 chains; iheuce
north 80 chains to point of cummeiweineiit
containing 640 acres mure or less.
Je.io. DAVID MUNRUE.
February a8th., 1911.   Frank Watson, a$t.
ud   contain.ng   _4<
WINTKICVIITE.
John MacDonell,
PAKE nolle* that .lohn Suutev of Brittle, Wash., occupation teamster, intent...
i" apply lor permissiun lu pun-hate the
lollowini descriiicd UihU;-
totniui'ii.iii- at ., post piunted about u
mllei north and about 11 mileR west of
Hie M mile poM established on tlie R, N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the imrth |m„k
il the Pence River at tlie mouth of Cash
place ul I u«k: t,,e,l« "'"'th 80 elmins; thence vast
So chnius; thence north Ro chains; thenct
west 80 chains to puint of commencement
containing 640 acres more or less.
Fe.io. JOHN STANMW.
Marcli 7, 1911.     James Pettry, t^ent.
agent
PEACE RIVKR !,AND DISTRICT.
Diatrict of Carihoo.
TAKE notice that Alice May Hlmrtreed,
ol Vaucouver, B. C. occupation Clerk, intends tu apply lur nermissi u to purchase
the followin- described lands;
Cumuienciiig ut a post planted ou the
west bank of Halfway river annul 14 miles
downstream from the mouth of Cvoreos
(reek; tbence west 40 chains; tbence south
80 chains; thence east 80 chains, tu river
bank; thence north along river bank to the
point of commencement, containing 360
acces mors or less,
■le.io. ALICE HAY 8H0RTSEBD
February alth., 1911.   Frank Watsou, agt.
PEACE RIVER I.ANI) uiwiRIli.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Thomas Coulter, of
Vancuuver B. C, occunation prospector,
intends tu u£dy for jiermission to purchuse the followin" described lands:-
Comuieucine at a post planted about 2
miles weat from Halfwav River about 8
miles downstream from the mouth or v-vp
rcss Creek; thence west 80 chain1" thence
south 80 chains; tbence east 80 cbuins;
thence north 80 chains tu noltit uf commencement, containing Mn acres more or
less.
Je.io. THOMAS  COULTER.
March 8th-i9ii.     Frank  Watson,  ngent
PEACE RIVER LAN!) DISTRICT.
Dislrict  of Cariboo.
TAKE notice tbat Alex. McKenna, of
Vancuuver, U. C, uccupution Farmer, intends to apply for permission to ou re 11 ase
tbe following ilescribed lands;-
Cummencing at a post planted on the
east bank of Hallway River, and about 5
miles downstream imm the mouth of Cyp
rcss Creek; tbence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains to river bank, tbencc soutli
along rner bank to puint ot commencement, contnining 320 acres more or less.
Je.io. AI.EX McKKNNA.
Murch 3,   1911, Frank Watsou, agent.
PEACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICT.
District of Carilioo,
TAKIC notice that James Husk, of Vancouver, li. C, occupation Farmer, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
lollowing described  bmds:-
Commcncing ut a post planted un the
west bank of llaliway River and about 6
miles downstream from the mo. 1 /n-
ress Creek; tbencc west 80 chains; theuce
.icirlh 80 chaini,: thencc eust tt) chains;
more nr less tu river bank; llience south
along river bauk to puint of Commencement,containing 6(H) ncres more or less.
Je.io. JAMES BUSK.
March 3,  1911.        Frank Watson
agent,
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice tbat William Bnrdman, nf
Vancouver, B. C., occupation Farmer, intends to apply Jor permissinn to purchaae
the fulluwing described lands:-
Cummeiicing at a nost planted ou the
west bank of Halfway River about 5 miles
downstream from the mouth of Cvnress
Creek; thence west 80 chnins; thence north
Hu chuins; thence ensl 60 chains, more or
less, to river bunk, thencc south along
river bank to point of commencement,
containing 330 acres more ur less.
Je.fb. WILLIAM HORJ.MAN.
Murch 3,  1911.        Frank Watsmi
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Caribou,
TAKE nntiee thnt Richard Davidson, id
Vancouver B. C. occupation Woodsman,
intends tu amdy fur nermission to purch
ase the fol low ilic described latulsi-
Cotnmencini. at a post plauted 3 miles
west (rum Halfway River uud about 7
miles downstream from the mouth nf Cvpress Creek; theuce west 80 chains; thence
nurtli 80 chains; tbence enst 80 cnuins;
thencc south 80 chains to puint uf commencement, cuntaiuin 640 acres more ur
less.
Jie.iof RICHARD DAVIDSON.
March Sth.1911,     Frank Watiou, agent.
agent
PKACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cnriboo.
TAKE notice  thnt Oeorge Wilkinson, of
Vnncouver, l). C, occupation laborer,
lends to npply ior permission to mirclinse
the following described lands:-
Commencliig at a post nlnnted one mile
west from Hallwuy River and abuut 5
miles downstream from the month of Cypress Creek, thence south fio chains; thenee
west 80 chains; tliencc north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to point of cummencement, containing 640 acres mors or
less.
Je.io. GEORGE WILKINSON.
March _)■ 191I.    Frank Watson, agent.
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THE   HERALD
PACE THREE
PEACH RIVER l.ANU DISTRICT.
l.islriLt ,i[ Carilioo.
■f/.vp, notice   Umi    R»liwi  Union, dI
Vuncouver, 11, C, occtl|.a.loli -'arm Hand,
Inteii-i t ^ r','r Ptrmtfoii to purcli-
1S..   Uu.   [ollOWllll!   lU'H.Tllll'll   lllllll-l-
Comnieucliif nt « |iqat pluniL-il one mill-
„..si  (rom  Hnlfwny Rlvcr anil "limn  2',
-Mcs downstream Irom tlio moutii 1,1 Cyp
.__» Creek; tlicnce wmlli H'> cbnlna; tiience
,,,Ml Ho clmins; Ihcnce nortli Ho iliniiis;
llience oast Ko .Imins lo |iollll ol com
iiumcomont, voiiiniiiinj; (,|o acres more or
j"'I0 ROBERT I.INT1IN,
Murcli .|tli, 19I1.   Rrnllk Watson, agent.
I'KACE RIVI5R l.ANI) DISTHICT.
Dislrict  ill  Carilioo.
TAKIC  imtice  tlmt George  lviii'-slon,  ol
Viiueouvor, H.  C, occupaiioii  Lnuorer, in-
i-.'mls to npplv lor permission to purelindo
the  lollowinj-'" ilescrilieil   lalnls:-
Co enclng at  a  posl   plnnted on  tlic
east lialik of Hallwav Kiver nliout 2%
miles downstream from llie molltll ol Cypress Creek; llience cast Ho eliains; tiience
,,,'mli Ho cliains; llience west Ro clmins lo
uver bunk; llience nortli aloli" river batik
in point of commencement, containing 1,1(1
acres 1 -c or less,
Jem. GEORGE KINGSTON.
Marcb 4, 1011.    Frank Watson, agent.
_ I'KACE KIVKK  I.ANII DISTRICT.
Dislrict  o| Caril,	
TAKIC  notice  Unit    George  W.ils     ol
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Laborer, In
lends to apply for permission to nurcliass
the following descrihed lands:.
Commencing at a post plaiiled on the
east bank ol Hallway Kiver about 2% Inilcs
down stream from the inuutii "l Cvnress
Creek; tlienco easl 80 chains; Ihcnce north
Ho cbains; tbence west to river bunk;
thenco soutli along river banl; to point oi
i.immclteelllellt, containing I .0 acres more
..r less.
Je.io. GEORGE WATSUN.
Murcli Jill, lull.    Prank Waison, ngenl.
I'KACE KIVKK I.ANII UISTRICT.
Disirici ol Cariboo.
TAKK nolice that Robert Smilli of Van
couver, 1). C, occupation Laborer iniends
lo alinly Ior permission lo purchnse the
lollowing ilescrilieil lauds:*
Conimencing at a posi planted on thc
wesl bank ol lhe Hallway River about 2%
miles downstream Irom Ule moutb of v.vo
ress Creek; llience wcsl Ho chaius; Ihcnce
north 80 cbuins; llience east Ho chuins;
llience soulh alone river bunk lo noint of
commencement, coutnining 04" acres more
or less.
Jc.lo. ROBERT SMITH.
March 4U1, 19I1.   -'rank Watson, ngenl.
PEACH KIVKK  LAND DISTRICT.
Districl   ol Cariboo.
TAKK   nolice    that   Dai id      llui'bes,   ol
Vuncouver,  B. C, occupation  I.uborer,  intends to 11'."'- for ..armissloll to -.urchase
lhe followin.. described lands:
Commencing nt a post  iilanted ou  the
». .1   bank ol Hallway River about   I   mile
. strenm  from the mouth  of Cvnress
ln>.   thence west 80 chuins;   UkIICC norlli
.    .   lins;   thencc cnst 80 chains,   to  river
1 I     thence   south   along   river   bank   to
i inl   of    colnlilencemelil,    containing   640
acn s more or less.
Ii 10. DAVID HIIGHlvS.
March   II,   l.ll.      Prallk  Wntson.   iiaelit.
I'KACE RIVKK LAND DISTRICT.
District ol  Cariboo.
TAKK  notice   • li.it   l'nlrlc   ll'Hri.n,   ol
Vancouver,   II.  C,  occup,ition  laborer,  intends lo a- • '■■ (or perniission  10 ■•ur.linse
Coiiini, 111 ii|4 ;it i, |„,.si jjlnnted aboui 40
cliains casl ul post 96 on lhe li. N. W.
mounted police lrail, nud ubout,. miles
.soulh from the moulh oi Cypress Creek;
thonco casl Ko 1 Imins; Uienee north 80
chuins; tlicnce west 80 chains; llience south
Ho  eliains  lo   point   oi  commencement,   eoll-
Jc.io. prime ,• uRIEN.
Murch 7II1. I'll 1 -   Prank Waison   n-ent.
I'KACE RIVKR  LAN'll DISTRICT.
District  of Cnriboo.
TAKE notice Hint Edward Wilkin-, "I
Vancouver, B. C. occupation Laborer iu
on.Is to apply for nermission lo purchase
the lollowing described lnnds:-
Commencing al a post planled .,11 the
east bank ol Hallwav River about  1 mile
avuslreum from the m"titli ol Cvorcss
1 reck; thence ensl 80 chuins; thencc north
So cliains; tltenee west Ho chnins, lo riier
hank,   thence   south   along   river   bank   to
,iut    ol   .iitiini.ini.ii.nl,    conl,lining   b.;a
acres more or less.
Je.io. EDWARD  WILKIN'S.
March (illi.   1911.    Prank  Wntson, ngenl.
l'KACK  KIVT'U I.AND DISTRICT.
Disirici of Cnrlhoo.
TAKK nolice thnl  Duvid  lluvs.  ol Vail.
CDltver,  II.   C, occupution  laborer,  iniends
to   11p1.lv   for   -c miss.on   to     -rctiafle  lhc
[ollowlua descriiicd lands:-
v-i nmicnciii". nt n nosl nlnnted nbout _
miles enst nnd 1 mile SOUtll ol mile post
i|8   oil   Ihe   R.   N.   W. M led  Police   trail
und uboul .. miles downstream from the
nioiilh oi Cypress Cusl;: ihcnce north Ho
chains: Ihcnce ensl Ho chains; llience solllil
80 chains: tlicnce west So chains to the
point ,,[ commencement, containing (140
aires more or less.
Je.lo. DAVID HAYS.
March 7.I1,  1911.   Prank Wntson, ngent.
l'KACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislriel ol  Curiboo.
TAKK notice that  Duncan  Gardiner, oi
Vancouver, II. C, occupation Plater, iu-!
lends lo ninily Inr permission l„ purchase
the   followin" descrilied lands:.
Commencing ul 0 posl planted i'i miles
cast ol mile post 96 on the R. N. W.
Mounted Police lrail; thence eust lo chains
llience soutii 80 chnins; ihenee wesl 80
chuins; theuce north Ho chains to point of
commencement, contuining 1,40 ncres lm re
or less. i
Je.io. DUNCAN GARDINER.
Murch  loth.  1911.   Prank Wnlson,ugt.
l'EACK RIVER  I.ANII DISTRICT,
liistrict of Curiboo.
TAKK lioticc thut John Carson, ol Vancouver, B. C,  occupation  laborer   intends
to  apply   ior  jiermission  to   purchase  the
lollowing described hinds:-
Commencing ut a posi plnnled t'/t miles
enst ol mile post 96 on the R. N. W.
mounted police lrail; thelice eust Ho chains
thence north 80 chnius; Ihcnce west 80
eliains; thence soulh Ho clinins lo point of
commeucemenl, containing (140 acres more
or less.
Je.io. JUHN CARSON.
Murch roth. 1911.   Prank Watson.agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Curiboo.
TAKIC notice that William Smith, cil
Vnncouver, U. C, occupution lo-uer, intends to npply for permission lo purchase
the  lollowing  descrilied   lnnds:
Coinnienein. ut u post planted nbout 47
miles north und about 13 miles west [rout
lhe 22 mile post established on the R.N.
W'.Mounted police truil on the norlli bank
ol Pence Ricer nl tiie moulh ol Cash Creek
thelice south 80 chains; thenee west Hn
chnins; llience north 80 ehalns; Ihenee eust
80 ciiuins to point oi commencement, contnining 640 acres more or less.
Je.lo. WILLIAM SMITH.
Murcli  10.  1911.    Jumes Pellrv   n-ent.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cnriboo.
TAKK noiice Umt George Laird ol Vancouver, 11. C, occunation lahoror, intends'
to apnly  ior ncrinisslon  to nurchase the
followim, described lands:
Conimencing al  .1  posl  nlaiitcd about 2 I
miles oast   md   I   mile squill  of --l-   post i
98 on   lhc  R.   N.  W.  Mounted  police  trnil; j
llience   north     Ho   cli.1111s;   tlicnce   west   80
chnins: tbence soulh 80 chains: theuce eust
Ho cbuins lo point  ol commencement, con- |
taining 640 ...res more or less.
Je 10. GEORGE  LAIRD.
Mureb 7I.I1. 1911.   Pruiik Wntson. ngent.
PEACE RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
Districl ol Cnriboo.
TAKK notice Hint Goorgo Thompson, ol
Vancouver, B. C, occupntion I.uborer, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the lollowing described lululs:-
Cimmenciiig ul  n posl  planted ubout  1
mile ensl ol llie mile posl 08 011 the R, N.
W.   Mounted   Police   Iruil:   thencc norlli   80
chains; thencc cst Ho chnius: thence soulh ,
Ho clmins;   llience  wcsl   Ho chnins  lo plnce!
ol   commencement,    containing  (140 acres 1
more or less.
Je.io. GEORGE THOMPSON.
Murch 0.  ion.    Prank Watson   agent,
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT
Districl ol (uriboo.
TAKIC nolice thnl John Jones
couver, B. C, occupntion laborer
lo apply for permission to pure
lollowing   described   lands:-
Coniniencing nt a posl piunted
enst  ol  Hallway  River und  neai
mile post on the R. N. W.   Mount,
trnil'   thence eusi  Ho chuins:  then
Ho   cbuins;   theuce   wesl   80   chuins;   the!
norlh 80 chuins to point of onm-
und contuining 640 ucres more or less.
Je.m. JOHN .IONICS.
Mnrcli  10th.  19IT1   Prunk Watson,.{rt.
ol
Vun-
ill
ends
use
the
lie
mile
tl
0  94
1 1
ollco
outh
PKACK RIVKK LANM) DISTRICT.
District cf Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Willinm Cmw.nrd, nf
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Blucksmith
intends to apnly for pertnission to purchasi. the lollowini! described lands;-
Commenclng al a post planted on the
east bank of Halfway River, 40 chains
west of mile post 96 on the R. N. W.
mounted police tr.iii: thence east 80 chains
thence north 80 chains; thence west 80
chains; thence smilli 80 chains to uoint of
commencement, containing 640 acres more
or less.
Je.io. WJT.T.IAM CRAWFORD.
March y.   1911.      Frank  Watson, ngt.
PEACH RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKIC notice that llendrjck Marinns
Verkey, of Vancouver, B." C, occupation
Laborer, intends lo anr1" fur permission
lo purcliase lhe following described lands:-
Cammenclng at a nost planted nbout 45
miles north and about 1 . miles west from
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police lrail on the north
hank of Perfce River at the mouth of Cash
Creek; thence north 80 chains; thence west
Ho chains; thence south 80 chains; tlicnce.
thence east 80 chains to point of .commencement, containiii'- 640 acres more or
less.
Je.10.1  1IKNDRICK MARINUS VKRKKV.
Mnrch  to.  1911.    Jnmes Pettrv   aeent.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that George Gordon, of
Vancouver li. C, declination Blacksmith,
intends to a--'" for permissinn to Purchase   the   toilowing   described   Inlids:-
CoiitmeiKinj. at a post planted about 45
miles north and 1.1 miles west from the
22 mile 'mst established on the R. N. W.
Mounted Police trail op the north bank of
Peace River at the mouth of Cash Creek,
thence north 80 chains; thencc east 80
chains; thence south 80 chains; thence west
80 chains lo point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or les*.
Je.m. GKORGK GORDON.
March 10. 191 r.   James Pettrv  aeent.
PKACK RIVER LAND n-STRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that James Fraser, ol
Vancouver, B. C. occupation Laborer, intends to npply for permission to purchnse
the  fullowiii" ilescribed   lauds:-
Commencing at 11 pnst planted about 55
milcs north nnd nbout it miles west from
the 22 mile post -established on the R. N.
\V. Monnted Police lrail on the north bank
of Peace river at the mouth id Cash creek;
theuce south Hn chains; thence ea.st 80
chnins; thence nortii 80 chains; theuce
west Ho chains to point of commencement
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. JAMKS FRASER.
March   13,   1911.     Jas.   Pettrv.   ngent.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Willinm Toltnie, ol
Vancouver, li. C, occupution logger, intends to apply for permission to purchase
tlic   following   described   lands:-
Comineucing at a post planted nbf.ut 45
miles north from the 22 mile post, established on thc R. N.W. Mouuted Police
trail on the north bank ol Peace river at
the mouth of Cash Creek, thence South 80
chaius; thence west Ho chains; thencc imrth
80 cliains; thence easl 80 chains to point
of commencement, containing 64° acres,
more or less. WILLIAM TOLMIK,
Feb.   23,  1911. James Pettrv   agent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that George limes, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Laborer, intends to n"'0y for permission to purchase
the following described lands:-
Commencing at a post  plauted about 55
miles north and about 11 miles west from
the 22 mite post 'established on  the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail 011 the north bank
of Pence River nt the mouth of Cush Creek
thence south    80    chains;    thencc   west 80
chuins; thence north 80 chains; thence east I
80 chains to point   of commencement,  and]
containing 640 ucres more or less.
Je  10 GEORGE  INNES,
March   13,   1911.    Jas.   Pettrv   agent.    I
PKACE RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo,
TAKK notice that William Sovereign, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation lor-cr, intends lo apply for permissinn to purchase the following ilescribed lands:—
Commencing nt a pnst planted nbout 45
miles north from the 22
lished on the R. N. W,
trail, nu the nortli bank
er, at thc mouth of C,
north 80 chains; thence
thence south 80 chains;
chains to point nf cn
taining 641) acres, more or less.
Je i0 WILLIAM SOVEREIGN,
Feb.   23,   .gill. James  Pettrv.  agent.
mile post
Mounted
estab-
Pnljcc
nf the Pe
sh   Creek;
ice rlv-
llicnce
west   Ho
theuce   e
chains ;
isl    80
nmenccmei
t, con-
PEACE  RIVEH   I.AND DISTRICT.
District nl Cariboo.
TAKI-   nmice  Lhat  George  Schofield,  of
Vancouvei,   B. C,  occupation   laborer,   intends in apply fnr nermission to purchase
the   followim;   described   lalids:-
Commcncitig .it a post planted about t
mile ensl ni mile poat 100. mi the R.N.
W. mounted police trail: thencc cast 80
chains; thence nortli Ko chains; thence west
80 chains; Llience soutli 80 chains to point
ui conimencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
Je.10 GEORGE SCHOFIELD.
March 0. ign.    Frnnk Wnlson, aeent.
PKACE RIVER I.AND DISTRICT.
Districl of Cariboo.
TAKIC notice th.it  Stewart  Thomas, of
Vancouver,  11. C, occupation  Laborer,  intends in npply For permission tn purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing .-' a post planted about I
mile east ol mile post ion nn the R. N.
W. Mounted  Police   tr :!   thence    e.ist  So
chHins.    tiience      smith   Hn     eliains;    thence
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Charles Mitchell, of
\aiicoiiver, B. C, occupalion Fireman, iniends to npnly for permission lo purcliase
the   followin"   described   lauds:-
Commcncinjr at a post slanted 4 miles
from the mouth of Cvpress Creek, and no
chains smith id mile pnst 204 on the R.
N. W. Mounted Police trail: thencc north
80 chains: llience east 80 chains: Iheuce
snuth 80 chains;   llience west 80 chains  tn
point  of  commencement,    containing 640
acres more or less.
Je.io. CIIARLKS MITCHELL.
March 11. 1911.    Frank Watson, aeent.
In
icres nin
Inn
Mar.h
1911
atccment,     containing  640
STEWART THOMAS.
.    Frank Watson, aeent.
PKACK RIVKR   LAND DISTRICT.
District   nl   Carilmn.
TAKE   nntiee    that   George    Gaudie,   of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Laborer, in
lends to applv for permission lo' purchase
iiie  following described  laiiils:-
Commencing at a post plauted mi the
cast bank of the Halfway River abotlt ',
a mile downstream from the mouth "i
Cypress Creek: thence east So ce • - Hume
north  80     chains;   thence   west   Co  chains,
■ ire or less, to rner hank, thence south
dubiS river hank to point nl coltlfticrice
meat containing 600 awes mmc nr less.
,1, i„ GEORGE GAI .mj\.
March 6.   1911.      Frank Watson, agent,
PEACH RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Distria nf Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Arlhui.  James Rustou
I \   couver,  B. C, occupation  Laborer,
into ■• to applv for permission to purch
,-  ■ .' lollowini; described  lands;
i. itnmencing  at  a pnst  planted on  the
west   bank  ol   Hallway   River  about  ,'.  n
mid downstream from the month ol Cypress Creek,   iheuce   wesl 80  chains;   thence
south  Bo   rh.mis;      thence   east   Ho   chains.
m..rt-  or   less   !-.   river  bank,   thence   north
along  rner hank  tn  point  nf commence
menl, conlaining 640 acies nmre or less,
■le iu ARTIU'R JAMES  1.1'STtlN'.
Marcli   (.Mi    1911.   iFrank   Waison,   agent.
PEACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Charles Wilson, ol
Van.ouver, II. C, occuiiation Laborer, Intends to npply lor permission to purchase
llie following '.U-scribed  latids:-
Commenclng at a post planted on the
west bank nl Hallway River about I mile
downstream from the mouth m Cyrcss
'leek, Licence west 80 chains; thetu-e nortli
Hn chains, thencc east 80 clinins, more nr
less to river bank, thencc smith along the
r wi bank to point of commencement, and
■ hi.nnnig  (140 acres  more  or   less.
Je m, CHARLES WILSON.
March 7.   1911.      Frank Watsmi, a.-ent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKIC   notice   llial   Edward   Hcllvar,   of
Vancouver, B. C, oecupatiun Laborer, inteiuls to apply lov permission to purclmse
the rollowine described lands:
Commencing ,a ,1 post planted nbout %
a mile west from Hallway river and 12
miles downstream from the' moutii of Cvpress Creek; theilCC wist Ho chains: thence
s nith Ho chains; theme east 80 chains ;
thence north Ho chaius to point of commencement,   conlaining   C>4"  ncrvs  morc  or
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cnriboo.
TAKE notice that William Smith, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupntion Fireman, iniends lo applv for permission to "urchase
the following described laiids'-
Commencinu nt a post planted 4 miles
from the mouth of Cypress Creek and 120
chains south of piile post 204 on the R.
N. W. Mounted Police trail; thence north
80 chains; thence west 80 chains: Iheuce
south 80 chains: thence east 80 chains to
]Kiint af commencement, coiilainisg 64U
acres mote or less.
Je.io. WILLIAM  SMITH.
Marcli   n.   1911.     Frank Watson, a»ent.
PEACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Districl of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Donald Morrison, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupalion I.uborer, intends to a»oly lor '»nnission to purchase
thc   billowing  described  laiids:-
Commcncing at a post planted about 6
miles north-west from the mouth of Cypress Creek, nnd about 2% miles south of
mile post 106 ou the R. N. W. Mounted
poliee trail; thence cast 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence west 80 chains
thence south 80 chains to point of commencement,   containing   640  acres  more   or
PKACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Curiboo.
' TAKE notice that  Harry Smith    of Vancouver, H. C, nrei'-aliou T "' *»*prrt«i
to  apply  for  permission   to  nurchase  the
foHo»-
Commencing at a post plnnted about 45
miles north and phm.. --< miles west from
the 22 mile Post established on \ht R. N.
W. Mounted Police truil on the north side
ol Peace River nt the moulh of Cash
creek; thcucesotith 80 chains; thence east
80 chaius:' thencc nurth 80 chains; theuce
west 80 chains to -oint of cm«*«»ncement1
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. HARRY SMITH.
March   10.  1911.    James Pettr'-   n-ent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Alexander McKay, of
Vancouver,  B.   C, occupation   Laborer   jn-
tends to i Iv  for permission to purchase
the  following  described   lands:-
Commencing at a post planted about 55
miles north and about o miles west from
the 22 mile past established on IheR, N.
W. Mounted Police truil on the north bank
nf the P«ace River at the mnuth of Cash
Creek; thence north 80 chains: thencc west
80 chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
enst 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. ALEXANDER McKAV.
March   13,   19II.    Jas.   Pettry,   agent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Duncan Gardiner, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Cnr"enter,
intends to n'^'v for i»ermission to purchase the follow1"    described lnnds:-
Commencing nl a post planted about 45
miles north and about iy miles west from
the 22 mile oost established on the R. N.1
W. Mounted Police trnil on the north bnnk
of Peace River -«' ("•- mouth of Cash Creek
thencc south 8n chains; thence west 80
chains- thrnce north 80 chains' thence east
80 chains to prdnt of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. DUNCAN GARDINER.
March  io.   1911,    James Pettrv   n"-ent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that James Stomr, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Driller, intends to tinplv Inr permission to purchnse
the following described lands:-
Commencing at n post planted about 5s
miles north nnd about 9 miles west from
the 22 mile Post established on thc R. N.
VC Mounted Police trail on the north bnnk
of Peace River at the mouth of Cash creek
thence north 80 chains: thence east 80
chains: thence south Ao chains; thence weBt
80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 teres, more or less.
Je.m. JAMKS STORAR.
March   13,   1911.     Jas.   Pettrv    agenl.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District  of   Caribn-v
TAKE notice that William Scott, of
Vancouver, B. C, occuiiation Cnrpentw,
intends to a'»dv for permission tn nurchase tlie followin" described  lands
Commencing at a post planted about 4s
miles norlh, nnd nbout one mile west of
the 22 mile post established on the li. X.
W.Mounted Police trail on the north bank
id Peace River at the mouth ot Cash
Creek, thence soulh 80 chains: thenee west
80 cliains; thence north 80 cliains; thence
east 80 cliains to point of commencement
containing 640 ncres, more nr less.
Je.io. WILLIAM SCOTT.
Feliruary,   23.   1911.    Jas. Petlr'-   agent.
PKACK RIVI-',!.   I.AND DISTRICT.
District  oi  Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Henry Thompson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer, intends to apply for permission tn purchase
the toilowing described  lands:-
Commencing at a post planted about 45
miles north and 7 miles west from the 22
mile post established mi the R. N. W
Mounted Police trail, on the north bank of
Peace River at th- mmith ol Cash Crock,
thence SOUtll 80 clmitlS tllCUCC east So
chains; thence iftrth Ho chains; thence west
80 chains to point ot commencement, con
taming (,40 .ure.s  more or less.   ...
Jcio. HENRY  THOMPSON,
February 24. 1911.   James Pettry   agt.
PKACK RIVER I.AND DISTRICT.
District  m   Curiboo.
TAKE   nntiee      that   Albert   Pvm.m,   of
Vancouver,  It.  C,  occupation   laborer   intends   tn  apply   lor  permission  to  purchase
lhe   following   descrihed   i.(1nls
Commencing al a post planted about 45
tnifcs north nnd 7 miles wesi from the
22 mile post established on the R. N. W,
Mounted Police trail, mi iiie north bank
nf Peace River at the mouth ol Cash Creek
thencc north 80 chains, ihcnce easl So
chains; thencc smith Hn chains; thenci west
80 chains to place nf commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. ALBERT PYMAN,
February 24.  p,ii.    Jamea Peltry, ngt.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Frank Stephen, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Lo<«*er. intends to n'-^v for nermission lo purchase
the following described  Iniids:-
Coiiimeiicing nt n post plnnted about .SS
miles north and I3 miles west from the
22 mile post established on the R. N. W
Mounted Police trnil on thc north bank of
Pence River ut the mouth of Cash Creek;
thence north 80 clmins; thence west 80
chnins: thence south 80 chains; thence east
80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 ncres mere or less.
Je.io. FRANK  STEVEN.
March   II,   1911.    Jas.   Pettrv,   agent.
' PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that James Riley of Vancouver, B. C, occupation Laborer, intends
to apnlv for permission to purchase the
following described lands:-
Commencing at a post planted about 5=.
mMcs north and Q miles west from the, ""2
mile post established on the R. N. W.
Mounted Police trnil, on the nortii bank of
Peace River at the mouth of Cash Creek,
thence south 80 chains; ihenee east 8o
chains- thence north 80 chains: thence
west 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Jc.to. JAMKS RILEY.
March   13,   1911.      Jas.   Pettrv    npent.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKE nolice thnt John Hunter of Vaucouver, B. C, occupation Laborer, intends
to npply for permission to purchase thc
following   described   latids:-
Commeiicing at a post piunted ubout 45
miles north and about I mile west Imm
the 22 mile post established on tlie R. N.
W.Mounted Police trnil on the north hank
of Pence River ut the mouth of Cash Creek
theuce north 80 chains; thence west 80
chains; thence south'Hn chains: theuce east
80 chains to point of cdmmeucement, containing 640 ucres morc or less,
Je.io. JOHN HUNTER.
February, 23.  1911.   Jas. Petirv   agent.
PEACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKK notice that William Davidson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation teamster, intends to a'"dv f„r permission tn purchase
the following described lands:—
Commencing at a post plauted about 4=1
miles norlh and about X miles west from
the 22 mile Port established mi the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail op the north bank
nl Peace River nt the mouth of Cnsh
creek;, thence south 80 chains: tiience east
80 chains: theuce north- 80 chains: thence
west 80 chains to point of commencement
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. WILLIAM   DAVIDSON.
February, 23.  ign.   Jas. Pettry, agent.
PKACK RIVKK LAND DISTRICT.
District  ui  (' -rll,. 0.
TAKE  notice   that    Fred.    Ivanssmi,    of
Vancouver,    Ii.   C,  occupation  Teamster,
intends to apply  for permission  to  purchase  the  lollowing described  lands
Commencing al a post planted about 45
miles north and 7 miles west from the 32
mile post established on the R. N. W.
Mounted Police trail on the north hank of
Peace River at the mouth ol Cash Creek,
thencc north 80 chains thence west Ho
chains; thence south Ho chains; thence cast
Ho chains to point of coTumenieiiiuit, containing 640 acres more or less.
; Je.lo. FRED.  IVANSSIl.S'.
j     February 24. 1911.   James Pettry, agt.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of   Cariboo
TAKK    notice   that   John   Robinson,    of
of   Vancouver,   B.   C,   occupation   laborer,
; intends   to   apply  for  perniission   to   purch-
1 nse the following descrilied lands:
I Commencing at a post planted about 45
miles north and 7 miles west from the 22
mile post established mi the R. N. W.
Mounted Police truil on (he north bauk of
' Pjace River at the mollth of Cash Creek,
thence south 80 chains; thence wesl Ho
chains:  ihcnce north Ho chains; thence east
: 80 chains to point of commencement, con-
i taining 640 ncres more or less.
1 Je.io. JOHN ROBINSON.
1     February 24. 1911.    James Petirv   agt,
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo,
j     TAKE ■notice      that   Samuel   Smith,   of
j Vancouver, B. C, occupation Engineer, in-
" tends to apply for permission to purchase
. the  following   described   lands:-
Commencing at a post planted about 45
milcs north and about 9 miles west from
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W.Mounted Police trail on the north bank
of the Peace River at the mouth of Cash
Creek; thence south Ho chains; thence enst
80 chains; thence nortli So chains; theuce
west 80 chains to point oi commencement
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. SAMCKI.   SMITH.
Februnry 24. 1911.    James Pettry, agt.
Je.10. EDWARD HKI.LYAR.
Feb.  jH,   iijii.    Frank  Watson,  agent.
PEACE   RIVKR  I.AN'D DISTRICT.
District ot  Cariboo.
TAKb] notice that Charles Hunt, of'
Vancouver, IL C, occuiiation Laborer, intends to a*"Mly for permissinn to purchase i
the followinc described lands:-
Commencing at a p«si plnnted nn the ■
west bank m Hallway River, about 20 j
miles downstream Imm the mmith of Cypress Creek; thence south 80 ihains; tltenee
east Ho chains; 1 lience north Ro ehains,
more or less to river bank, thence along
rner bank to point ol commencement, con
Je.10.
Marcli
II.   1911.
DONALD MORRISON.
Frank Waison, agent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that   Victor   Huston,
Vnncouver,  B.  C, occupation   Laborer,
PEACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Cnriboo.
TAKIC noiice tlmt  Charles Jackson, ol
Vancouver, B.  C, occupution Laborer, iu-
tcuds to anply for permission to "urchase
the following described lands:*
Commencing  at a post  plauted about 55
miles north and about 13 miles west from
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Caribon.
TAKE notice that Robert Hurcomb, or
Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer in-
tends to aooly for nefJnission to purchase |
the following described lands:-
Commeneing nt  a  post planted about jj.S
miles north and about 9 miles west fro'mj
the 22 mile nnst established on the R. N. j
W. Mounted Police trail on  the tmrth e,nn.k j
of Peace River at thc moutb of Cash Creek
thence  south     80   chains:   thence   west   80 j
chains; thence north 80 chains; thenre east I
80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Jr. 10. ROBERT HURCOMB.
March   13,   1911.      Jas. Pettr-   agent.
tends to aiildv for permission  to purchase    the 22 mile post established 011 the R.  N.
thc  following described binds:- ; W.    Mounted   Police     trail   on   the   north
Commencing nt a post planted nbout 49 : bank of Peace River at the mouth of Cash
milcs N. und nboul 13 miles Vi. from the Creek; tlicnce north 80 chains' thencc east
22 mile post established on the R. N. Vi. 80 chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
Mounted Police trail on the North bank of west 80 chains to point of commencement,
Peace  River at  the tumith  of Cash  Creek; I containing 640 acres more or less.
.le.io. CHARLES HUNT.
February 25.  phi.   Frank Watsmi, n
ent.
thence   south     80   chains;   thence   cast   80
chnins;    thence    norlh   80   chains;   thence
west 80 cliains to point ,»f commencement
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. VICTOR   HUSTON.
March 9. 1911-       James Pettrv, agent.
Je.m.
March  11,
CHARLKS JACKSON.
1911.       Jas. Pettry, ngent.
PEACE  RIVKR   I.AND DISTRKT.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKI-;   police   that   CliaiKs   Stewart,   of
Vancouver,   B.    C.   occupation   Carpenter,
intends  t<»  apply   ior  permission   to purch
ase the toilowing descrihed lands;-
Commencing at a nost nlauled one mile
west    Irmii    Hallway   Uiur   and   ubout    21
miles downstream from the mouih of Cyp
ress Creek: theuce easi Ho chains; thence
south Ho chains; llieiuc west Ho chains;
t.'ience uorth 80 chains to point of commencement,  containinp  640 &wv& nmre nr
CHARLES STEWART.
25.   phi.    Frank  Watsmi    ugent.
PEACE RIVKR   LAND DISTRICT.
District ol  Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   thnt      Alexander    James
t'ordon.   of   Vnncouver,   B.   C,   occupation
Laborer,  intends to applv  for  permission
tn purchase the following described lands
Cninmencing nt u post planted on tho
1.1st bank of Halfway river, aboul ', ItlilO
lownstream  from  the  mmith  of  Cynress
Creek; theuce cast 80 chains, thence noith
s" chnins; llience west Ho chains more ol
ess, Lo river bunk, Uieuce south along
nver bank to point ol commencement, and
'iitaluiitg 640 ncres nmre or less.
1 10. ALEXANDER JAMES GOPDON.
March 6.   19II,    Frank Watsmi    ii"ciil,
PEACH RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT.
District ol Cnriboo.
TAKE nolice that Jnmes MacDoiinld, of
Vancouver, II. C, occupation Koremaii, in
'ends to apply Ior permission Lo purchase
the followin if described binds:-
Commencing at a post planted \ a mile
'uth of thc soutli bank ol Cypress Creek,
about 2 miles upstream frbm Halfway
river; thence north 80 chains; thence onal
■Si> chnins; tbencc south 80 chains- ihenee
•ml 80 chains, to point ol commencement
iiininiiig  640 ucres more or less.
e.io, JAMKS MacDONAI.D.
March 6.  1911.   Frank Watson, a-eiit.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Curiboo.
TAKE notice that  Neil  McPhee, of Van-
"-uver,   B.   Ci,  occupntion   logger,   intends
In   apply   for   permissinn   lo   purchase   the
'allowing   described   binds:-'
Commencing at n post planted about 47
miles nortli and ubout 9 miles west Worn
the 22 mile post established on the K. N-
W. Mounted Polico truil oil the north bank
ol the Peace River ut the mouth of Cash
Creek; theuce soulh Ho chnins; thence west
So chuins; thencc norlh 80 chuius; llielue
fast 80 chuins to point of commencement-,
containing 640 ncres nmre or less.
Je.10. NEIL McPHKK.
Kebriiury   24,   1911.     Jas.   Pettrv,   ngt
PKACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cnriboo.
TAKE notice that John  Moore, of Van-1
couver, B, C, occupution Tlinbcrftifln, Intends to apply for permission  to purclmse
the following described  liinds:-
Commcncing at u post plnnted about 47
miles north and 7 miles west  from the 3a I
"die   post   established   oil   llie   R.   N.   W.
Mounted Police trail on the noith bunk of
the   Peace   River, at the   month   of Cafllt
creek; tlienco south Ko chains; thence west
"" ehalns;   thonuj   nortii   80  chains;   thcuci^:
t-itst 80 chuins to point of commencement,
fnntuining 640 acres more or less.
JV0, JOHN  MOORK.
'•bttliiry 15. ign.   Jas. Pit try, ngent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Disirici ol Carihoo.
TAKb; notice that Oeor-c Bishop, of
Vancouver, B, 1 . occimatiou Tool Sharp
enet, Intends lo apnlv for •ermission to
purchase the followin    described Innds;-
Cominem ing .a a posi planted on the
east bank m II.il way Rner and ubout 2
miles npsircitu trotu lho mouth of Cypress
Creel.;   theme  east   Ho chains;   thelice  nortli
Ho chains   thence wesl Ho chains   more or
less to river bank, theme south along the
rivet bonk to paint ol commencement, uud
containing 640 .nns more or less.
Je.io. GEORGE BISHOP,
March 901.1911.   Prank WrfUnn. ngt.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cnriboo.
TAKK notice that Charles Mellin, of
Vnncouver, B. C, occupation Laborer, inteiuls to apply for permission to purchase
lhe followi!!- described lunds:-
Commencill" at a posl planted about 49
miles north, and about thirteen milcs
west from the 22 mile post established on lhe R. R. W. Mounted Pnlice !
trail oil the north bank of the Pence River \
at the Mouth of Cash Creek ;thence smith !
80 chnins; thencc eust 80 ennins; thencc I
nnrth 80 chuins; thence west 80.chains to
point of eommencement, conlaining 640
acres nmre or less.
Jcio. CHARLKS MKLI.IN.
March   9., 1911.   ■■   •"      Pettry,   Agent.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Edward Ormond, af
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Lahore, intends to a'»dv for permission to mirchase
the followin- described lauds:-
Commencing at a "nst iilanted about 55
miles north and about 13 miles west Irom
the 22 mile post estnblished on the R. N.
Vi. Mounted Police trail nn thc north bank
of Pence River at the moutli oF Cash
Creek; thence smith 80 chains; theuce'east
80 chains*  thence  norlh 80 chains;  thence
west 80 chnins to »oint  of cn*" neement
containing 640 nrres more or less.
Je.io. EDWARD ORMOND.
Mnrch  11,  1911.      Jas. Pettry, agent.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK imlicc that Henry Belford of Vancouver, B.  C 11  tint1- ■       intends
to apply  for  permission  to  nurchusc the
following described  lands:-
Commencing at a post "lantvd about ss
miles north and about   n mites west from
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that   Churles   Mitchell,   of
Vnncouver,  B.  C,  occupution  laborer,  iniends to npply   for permission to purchase' the "22" miie pnsl'Vstaldished on  the* R. N
the  followin" described   lauds:- ] \v, Mounted Police truil on the north bank
Commencim- ul a Most piunted uboul 47 „f pCtU-c Hjvt;r al t|u, ,11(llll]l ni Cash Creek
miles north nud 1.. miles west frmu the 22 thence soulh 80 chains; thencc west 80
mile post estnblished on the R. N. W. I cliaflia; theuce north 80 chuins; Ihenee east
Mounted Poluv truil on the north^bank [»j8o chains to point of commencement, contnining 040 ucres more or less.
PEACE RIVER LAND IUSTRKT
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that William John Hagen,
gf Vancouver, B. C, occunation Laborer,
intends to a">"'" Ior permission to purchase the following described lands:-
Commcncing at a post planted about 55
miles north and about 7 miles west frnm
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bank
of Peace River at the mouth of Cash Creek
thence north 80 chains; thence west 80
cliains; thence south 80 chains; theuce east
80 chaius to point of commencement, and
containing 640 acres more ar less.
Je.io. WILLIAM JOHN HAGEN.
March   14,   I9II.      Jas.   Pettry.   agent.
PEACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Joseph Ranee, of
Vancouver, I(. C, occupation Laborer, in
tends to apply for permission to purchase
thc following described  Innds:-
■ Commenciin' at a post plnnted about js"
miles north and about \ miles wesl from
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W, Mounted Police trnil on the north bank
od Pence River at the moutii of C.ish Croek
thence north 80 chains: Iheuce east 80
chains; thence south 80 chains; thenee west
80 chains to. point of commencement, and
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. JOSEPH   RANGE.
February,  23.  1911.   Jas. Pettrv   agent.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District oi  Cnl.00.
TAKE notice that George Albert Roberts
of Vanvouver, B. C, occupation machinist
intends to apply for permission tu purchase thc following described lauds:-
Commencir- at a post planted about 45
miies north and 9 miles west from the 22
mile post established ou the R. N. W.
Mouuted Police truil on the north bank of
the Peace River al the mouth ol Cash creek
thence north 80 clinins: thencc east 80
chains; tbence south 80 chuins; .liena. west
80 chnins to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more nr less.
Je.io.     GEORGK ALBERT ROBERTS.
Februacy 24.  1911.   Jas. Pettry, agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  ol  Cariboo.
TAKE notice that James Brown of Vnncouver, B. C, occupation Laborer Intends
to ap"Iv for iiermission to purchase the
following '*-*&   lands;-
Commencing at a post planted about ss
miles north and about 7 miles wst from
the 22 mile post estnblished 011 the R. N.
W. Mouuted Police trail 011 the north bank
of Peace River at the mouth of Cash Creek
theuce imrth 80 chains: thence east 80
chains; thence south 80 cha .«• 1 i-ence'
west 80 cliains to point of commencement
coiitninini' 640 acres, more or h*ss.
Jcio. JAMES DROWN.
March   14,   1911.      Jns.   Pettry,   ngent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Albert George Miller
of Vaucouver, IL C, occupalion Laborer,
intends to a*—'" for iiermission to purchase the following described binds:-
Commeuciti" al a post planled about 45
milcs norlh and about 3 miles west frmu
thc 22 mile post established mi the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the-north hank
of Peace River at the mouth ol Cash Creek
thence nortli 80 chains; theuce west 80
chains; thencc south 80 chains; theuce easl
60 chains to place otvcommencement containing 640 ncres more or less.
Je.ao. ALBERT GEORGK MILLER.
Februnry,  23.   1911.    Jas.  Pettrv, agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Geor»c Smith, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupution Laborer, intends to apply for permissinn to purcliase
the foIlowie    described  lands:-
Commencing at a post planted about 45
miles north und about \ miles west from
lhe 22 mile post established oa the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trnil on the north bunk
of the Peace River ut the mouth oi Cash
creek; thencc south 80 chuius; thence west
80 chains; thence nortb 80 chains: thence
eust 80 chuins to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. GEORGE SMITH.
February,  23.   1911.    Jus.  Pettrv. ngent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Curiboo.
TAKI') notiee that Harry Wilson, of
Vuncouver, B, C, occupation I.uborer, inteiuls la apply for perniission to purcliase
Lhe following described lands:-
Commencing nl n post planted on the
west bank m Hallway Rtvor and about 2
miles upstream from the mouth ol Cypress
Creek; llience wesl Hn chains; i'-ciue north
Hn   chains;    llience   east   Ho   .liains;    tl.encc
smitlrHn chnins to place ot commencement
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. 1IA1.RV   WILSON.
March 9.   19II,    Frank W.it'imi, 1 *t.
PKACE]  KIVKK  LAND DISTRICT.
Districl of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice     that  John    Ritchie,  of
Ruskin,  B. C, occupation Luln-rer,  intends
■ to  apply   for   permission   lo  purclinsc   the
[ollowing described  lallds:-
Commcnelng'at n post planted about %
mile west from the Hallway River and
about ) miles ilownslrenin Imm the ipnuth
of CypreSS Creek; theuce west Hn chnins;
thelice smith Ho cliains: Uieuce east 811
tliains; llience theme north 80 ehnins to
point id coiiiiucticeincnl, conlaining 040
acres more or les.
Je.m, JOHN   RITCHIE.
I    March 4,   IQII.      Frank   Wntson, ngenl.
Peace River at the limuth of Cash Creek
thence north 80 chuins; tlicnce west 80
ehains; thence south 80 chnins: iheuce east
80 chuins to place of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Jc.to. CHARLKS MITCHELL.
March  9.   19II.   James  Pettry,   Agent.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cnriboo.
TAKK nolice lhat Frank Jones, of Vancouver, IL C, occunation Laborer, intends
to upply for permission to purchase the
following described lands!*
Commencing at a post '■lanted about 47
miles north and about iy miles wesl from
the 22 mile post eslublished on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail, established mi
the North Bank of Peace River ul the
mouth of Cash Creek; thence north 80
chuins; thence eust 80 chains: theoce south
80 chnins; theoce west 80 chains to point
of commencement of commencement, contnining 640 ucres more or less.
Jcio. FRANK JONES.
Murch   10,   I911,    Juines Petlr-   u»etit,
Jefio.
March   |[.
HKNl'Y BELFORD.
1911.      Jas.  Pettry,  ugent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT,
District of Cariboo,
TAKE notice that Bert Bromley, of Vancouver, B. Ci, occupation Laborer, intends
to  apply  for   permission  to  purchase   the
following described  lands:-
Commencing nt a post planted about 55
mites nortli and about 7 miles west from
I the 22 mile post on thc R. N.W.   Mount
I ed Police trail on the north bank of Peace'
I River at the mouth of Cush Creek; thence
I south   Ho    chains;     tlicnce  cast   80 chains;
thence north    80  chuius;    thencc  west  80
chnius to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. BERT BROMLEY.
March   14,   1911.      Jas.  Petlry,  spent.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Curiboo.
TAKK notice thnt Obie Walker, of Vancouver, B. C.| occupation luborcr, intends
to upply for permission to purchuse the
following described lunds:-
Cotnmencing nt u posl planted about 55
miles north und nbout 11 miles west from
the 22 mile post estnblished on the R. N.
W. Mounteil Police trail on the north bank
of Peace River at the mouth of Cash
Creek; thence north ho chains; Ihcnce west
80 chains; thence soulh 80 chains; thencc
cast 80 chains to point of commencement
contuining 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. OBIE WALKER.
Murch   13,   1911,    Jas.   Pctlry,   agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of  Cariboo.
TAKE notice that  Bum Stegcman, of
I Vancouver, B. C, occupation Luborcr, Intends to applv for permission lo purclmse
I the following described lands-
Commencing ut a post   pluutcd about 45
; miles north  und about  5  miles  west from
/the 22 mile post established on thc R. N.
W. Mounted Police tr.nl oil  the north bunk
of  the Pen*. River at   the mouth of Cush
Creek;   theuce  south   80   chains; thence easl
80 chains; thence north 80 jhains;   theuce
wesl 80 ehains   to place of commeneeii.ciil,
containing 040 .teres more or less.
Je   IO. BOR/V   STKGKMAN,
February, 23.  1911.    Jas. Peltry   ugent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt William Blomdiu, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation b't;y,er, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the  lollowing described  laiids:-
Commencing ut a post planled 11L. ut 45
miles north and about y miles west Irom
the 22 mile post established mi the R. N.
W. Mounted Police tr.iii mi lhe north bunk
nf the Pence River al tlie moutji of Casu
creek; thence north Ho liains; Ihcnce west
80 chains; theuce south Ho chains; thonce
east 80 chains to point nl Ci inmeiicement,
containing 640 ucres more ur less.
Je  10 WILLIAM   l.I.OMDIS',
February   24.   19II.     Jas.   Pettry,   agt.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo. ,
TAKE notice that Frank Telmas, of Vancouver,   B.   C,  occupation  Logger,   intends
to  apply  for  permission  to  purcliase the
following described lands:-
Commencing at a posl planted ubout 47
milcs north uud 9 miles west from the 22
mile posl established on the R. N. Wl
mounted police trail oil the north bauk ol
tbe Peace River at the moutli of Cash
Creek; thence south Ro chaius; thencc cast
80 chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains to pmut of commencement
containing 640 ncres more or less.
Je.io. FRANK TELMASf
Februnry   24,   191 !■     Jas.   Petlry,   agt.
PEACK RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT.
District 01 Cariboo.
TAKK notice tlmt James Kerr, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation Engineer, intend*
to apply  for permission  to  purchase  lhc
following  descrihed  lunds'-
Comiiieui mg .11 u pnsl piunted uboul 47
miles north .i\u\ about «i miles west from
the 22 mile post established mi the R N.
W.Mounted Police trail mi the north bank
■ 'i the Peace River at thc mouth of Cash
lieck* theuce north 80 chains; thence east
Ho chains;   thence   smith   Ho  chains;   thencc
west Ho chums io point ot commoncemcnt
containing 640 acres more  or  les.s.
Je.io. JAMES KERR
February   24,   igil.     .las.   Petlry,   agt.
PKACE RIVER  LAND DISIRICT.
Districl of Cariboo,
TAKE    notice   that   George   Turner,   of j
C,  occupation   laborer,    in- [ Vancouver,   B.
PKACK RIVKR LAN!) DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKK   notice   lhat   Arthur   Pearson,   of
Vuncouver, B. C, occupution  laborer,   in-; Vancouver,   B.   C,,  occupation   hunrer,   intends to apply for permission  to purchase , tends  to a- -«'oii   lo  '-urchase
PEACH IUVER  LANI) DISTRICT.
Districl  ot Cariboo.
TAKIC nolice thut Charles JftCqttemort,
of Vancouver, 11. C, occupation Logger,
intends lo apply (or permission lo purchnse thc following described lands:-
Commencing nt u pnsl planted on the
west bank ol Hnllway River and about 2
miles downstream Irom the month of Cypress Creek: Ihcnce west Ho chains; Ihc'nee
smith Ho chains; lliema enst 80 ehnins;
Ihenee   north   Ho   chums;   ulottg   river   bntlk
lo point id commencement, containing 640
ncres more or less.
Je.io, CHARLES JACQUEMORT.
Murch .-th, 19U.   Frank Watson, agent.
PEACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Curiboo.
TAKE notice Mint Duvid Patterson, of
Vuncouver, B. C,. occupntion luborcr, intends lo npnly for permission to purchase
the following described luiids-
Commeiiciiig ut a post pluutcd ubout %
mile smith of the sonlh bunk of .-ypress
Creek, nboul 2 miles upstream Irom Half
way river; thence north 80 chains; thelice
west 80 clmins; thencc south Ho chuius;
thence cnst 80 chains to point of coin
uieiicemcuI,contuining 640 acres more or
less.
Je.to. DAVID PATTERSON
Murcli 6,  1911.  Frank Wnlson, agent.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Curiboo.
TAKE uoiice thnt Duvid Bentty, af Vancouver, IL C, occtipntioii carpenter, intends to npply for permission to purchnse
thc following described lands:-
Commencing ul a posl planted % a mile
east frmu Hulfwuy river and about fi miles
down strenm from the month ol Cypress
Creek; thelice enst 80 chains" theuce south
80 chuins; thence west 8» chuins- theuce
north 80 chains; to noint. of cnnimenccment
containing 640 ncres more or less.
Je. 10. DAVID. BEATlY.
March 7th. 1911.   Frank Watson, agent.
PKACK RIVKR LANI) DISTRICT.
Distriet of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Samuel Martin, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupntion Laborer, intends to upply tor permission to purchase
lhc following described lands:-
Commencing nt n post planted almut 55
miles north und about ll miles west from
the 32 mile post eslublished on the R.
N. W. Mounted Police truil on the north
bank nf Pence River ul the innutli id Cnsh
Creek; Ihenee Nnrth 80 chuins: thencc east
80 chains; thence south 80 chuins; thence
Wesl 80 chnins In pmut ol cmmueiiccmeiit
containing 640 acres more nr less.
Je.io. SAMUKL MARTIN,
March   l...   1911.     -Lis,   Pettry,   ai-clil.
the following described  lundi
Commencing at a post planted ubout 55
miles north and nbout 7 miles west from
the 22 mile post established 011 the R. N,
W. Mouuted Police trail on thc north bank
of   Peace     River     at   the   moutli of Cash
creek;   thence south 80 chains; thence west I Creek,   theuce   north   Ho
80 cliains:  thencc  north  Ho chains:   thence | 80 chains;   iheuce south
eust 80 chains lo point of commencement   wcsl .80  chuins   to   pc
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. GEORGE TVRNER.
March  14,   1911.      Jas.  Pettrv.  agent
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice thnt Ole Johun Olsen, of
Vancouver, B, C, occupntion Laborer, intends lo ajijily fm permission to purchase
the  following descrilied   lunds:-
Commencing ut a post planted one nuie
cast 'rom Halfway River nud i-nr lhc 94
mile post mi lhe R.£N.W. Mounted Police
truil; Ihcnce east 80 chiiinr thenee 111 ith
80 clinins; thencc west 80 chains; tbence
south 80 chains to point of commencement
coni.lining 640 acres more or less.
Je  io OLE JOHAN OLSEN,
March toth. 191I.   Prank Watson.agt.
PEACE RIVER LAND .VST RICT.
District of   ^ iriboo,
TAKE notice that Ralph Worthy, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Machinist,
intends to apply for permission to purch-
ase the billowing  described  lands!--
Commencing at a post planted about 55
miles north and about 6 milcs west from
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trait on the North bunk
of Peace River at tbe mouth of Cash Creek
thencc south 80 chuins; tnence enst 80
chuius; thence north 80 chains; theuce west
80 ehnins to point of commencemnt, continuing 640 acres more or less,
Je.io. RALPH WORTHY.
Marcli   14.   19It.      Jus.   Pettrv,  agent.
the following described lands-
Commencing  nl   a  -nst   piunted  about  45
miles  north   und   about   5  miles wesl from
the 22 inile -ost established on tie R. Nf
W.  Mounted  Police trail  oil the n«u\h  hank
of thc  Peace  River nt   the mmith of Cush
hains; tlicnce east jCreek; thenci
lo chnins;   thencc j«„  chains;   t
.   of  ..commenee- cn5t 80 chaii
incut, .coutnining (140 ucres,  more or less, containing (■-
Je.io.                     -  ARTIU'R PEARSON jc.io,
Fclj-tiury, 2.1. 1911.   Jus. Pettrv. agent. February
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WILBRAHAM.
Pettry,   ugt.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict  of  Cariboo.
TAKK   notice   that   Lawrence   Hugh,   of
Vuncouver,   B.   C,   occupation   logger,    intends to upply for iiermission to purchas
the  following described  lands:-
Coinmencing at a  nost planted about 45
milcs  north uud about  =;  mites  *1 from
i the 22 mile post established mi the R. N.
j W. Mounted Police trail on the norlh hunk
' of Peace River nt the month of Lash Creek
I thence north 80 chnins; thencc west 80
! chuins; theuce south Ko chuius; thence eust
Bo chuiti-.-io poiut of commencement, conlaining 640 ucres more or less.
Je.io. I.AWRl'NCK HUGH.
Februnry,  23.   1911.    Jas.  Pettrv   n<rettt.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cnrihoo.
TAKK notice thnt Frank Johnson, ol
Vnucouvcr, B. C, occupation Teamster,
intends to &n«1v for nermission to "iirchnse  the  followin"  described  lands:-
Commencing at a oost planted about 47
miles north aud about 13 milcs west from
the 22 mile -nst established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bank
of Peace River at the mouth of Cash
Creek; thence south 80 chains; thence east
80 chains; thenct north 80 chains; thence
west,80 chains to point of commencement
containing 640 «"• mort °r lwa>
Je,H>.    * FRANK  JOHNSON.
March 10. 1911-   J«&m Pettrv, agent.
PKACK RIVKR I.AN'D DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Fred Thomas, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer, intends to a*"*'" for iiermission to purchase
the  following described  latids;-
Commcnciug ut a post planted nbout 45
miles norlli uud ubout 5 miles west from
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W, Mounted Police trnil on thn north bank
of Peace River at the moutli of Cash Creek
thence south 80 chains; thence west 80
chains; thence north 80 clinins; thence east
80 chains to place of commencement, and
containing 640 acres more or lest.
Jt   lo FRED.   THOMAS,
Fthfuary, 33. 1911.   Jns. Pettry. a»ent.
PKACK RIVKR LANI) DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKK  notice   that   William   Dixon,   of
1 Dawson,   V.   T.,  occupation   miner,   intends
' to   applv   lor   perniission   lo   purchase   the
: lollowing  described  lands:-
Commcncing at a post planted nbout 47
miles imrth and 7 miles west from the 22
mile post established 011 the R. N. W.
mounlcdpolicc trail, on the north bnnk of
the Peace River, ut the mouth of Cash
Creek;thence north 80 chains; thence west
■ 8o chnins; thence south Ho chains; thenco
; east 80 chuius to, poiut id commencement,
' coiilainingf>40 acres more or less.
I Je.io. WILLIAM   IIINDN.
February 25.  1911.    Jus. Pettrv, ugent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKK notice thut Juines Arthur Rice,
of Dawson, Y. T., occupalion miner, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the  following   ilescribed   binds:
Commencing al a post planted about 47
miles north and 7 miles west. Irom the 22
mile post estnblished ou the R. N. W.
Mouuted Police trail mi the north hank of
Peace River at thc mmith of Cash Creel.,
tliencc north 80 chains; theuce east Ko
chuins: thence soulh 80 chains: thencc
west 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 ncres more ot less-
Je.io. JAMKS ARTIU'R.  RICK.
February 1$,  .911.    Jai. Pettry, agent. 4
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PAGE FOUR
THE    HERALD
JULY 15, 19U
PEACE  RIVEH l.AXD DISTRICT.
District  ol C_rilriu,
AKR nntiee lli.it  John  Henr)   I	
PEACE RIVE-! LAND DISTRICT
Disirm   ul   Cu   '
TAKE iniiis.'  tlmi  Cha
fjiunmiT,   II.    C .   ...tut
intends to npplv inr pert.
chase the following described land:
ase  ine   in
Commencing at a post planted ahout 47
Commen
miles north and 7 miles west li 01 the 22
mik's nor
nib-   post,  established   ou   thc   R.   N.   W.
the   22   no
M mated    ti lice    trail, on tin   north bank
W.  M nun
ol  the Peac.  river, at  the mouth ol Cash
Ol the   Pe.
Creek   thence south 80 chains; thenceeast
Cn-ek    tin
ho chains;   thence  north  Ro din ins.    thencc
So chains
west 60 cl;,uns to [point ol commencement,
west 80 .1
conlaining  640  acres,   more  or  less.
contaiiiii;
Je.io.           JOHN  HKNRY DUNASAN.
Jelio,
February 25.   19Il.    Jas. Peltry, agenl.
Kcbruan
lloV
Thomas, of
ui Carpenter,
ion to purch-
nds--
7
1411
l'KACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict   of   Curiboo.
TAKK  noiice  that  Alex.   McDonald,    ol
Vancouver, B. C, occunation fireman, intends to apply  for  permission  to  purchase
thc followin" descrilied lands:-
Commeiicing at u   post  plnnted nbout 49
_   li'tm  miles north und about ,<. miles west from
ablished "ii  ihe R. N. J the 22 mile post established on  the R, N.
r   ,    ,|    \tt north bank   W. Mounted Police trail on the nonh bank
,t   die rn-im1!   of   Cash j ol Peace River ut the mouth ol Lash Creek ,_^_^__^^^^^_____________.,^__________________________
Ko ihains; ihenee east thence north 80 chuins; llience west 80 Creek; theuce north 80 chains; thence west
trid ho chains; thence j chuius; thence south 80 cbains: tbence east 80 chains; thence south 80 chains; theuce
,int oi commencement, ! 80 chains to place of commencement, con- enst 80 ehnina to point of commencement,
more orl ess. I taining 640 acres more or less.
CHARLKS THOMAS;] Je 10 Al.KX. McDONALD,
Februnry,28,  1911.    Jus.  Pctlrv    ngent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   ot   Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Victor Roman, of
Seattle, Wash., occupution Bartender,
intends to applv for permission to purchnse the following deserihed  lands:-
Commencing at a posi plnnted ubout 51
miles north and about •> miles west from
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail oil thc north bank
I the  Peace   River   at   the mouth  of Cush
Pettry, agent.
: conlaining 640 acres more or less.
Jc.lo. VICTOR   ROMAN.
March   I,   1911.     Jns.   Pettry,   agent.
PKACK RJVKR LANI) DISTRICT.
Distriet   ol   Cariboo.
TAKK notice fiat Jack Wilson, of Scuttle, Wush., occupation Logger, intends
to apply for "ermission to purchase lhc
following described lunds:-    '
Commencing at u posi planted about 5'
miles north and about 3 miles west from
the 22 mile post estnblished on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police truil on the north bank
of the Pence River, at the moulh oi Cash
Crcekithciicc north 80 chains; thence west
80 chains: tbence south 80 chains: thence
eust 80 clinins to point of commencement,
contuining 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. JACK WILSON-
March,   2,   1911.    Jus.   Pettry,  n-ent.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cnriboo.
TAKE notice that Emmanuel Taylor, of
Seattle Wush., occupution Shingle weaver,
iniends to apply for permission to purchase the lollowing described Iniids:-
"Coiumeiicing at a post plnnled about 53
miles north and uboul 3 miles west from
thr 2' milr post estnblished oil the R. N.
W Mouuted Police lrail on the north bunk
,,| the Peace River at the moulh of Cash
Creek theuce north 80 chains: thencc west
60 chains; thence south 80 chuius; thence
..,.«t So chains to point of commencement.
pur ch.i
nttlining 640 acres more
less.
March   3,   iyn.
EMMANUEL TAYLOR.
James  Pettry,   ngent.
PKACK RIVKR   I.AND DISTRICT.
District   ol Caribi...
TAKE  notice     that  James  Wooder,
Vancouver,  B.  C,  occupation  Laborer,
tends  tn  applv  for permission  to purcl..
lhe   following   described   lands
Commenceing at a post planted abi
■l' miles imrih and s miles west fi
the Tweuiv-two Mile Posl, esta lished
the R. N . W. Mouuted Police ti
on the north bank of the Piace Rivei
the mouth ni Cash Crci-:.. thencc » ui
chains; thence west 80 cliains; tb.-iut 11 1
80 chains;  thencc east 80 chains  to
UK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   of  Cariboo,
otiiv    that   Vernon     Evans
B, C, occupntion Plumber
pply for permissi
ng  descrihtid   Ian
mg ut  a post
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  ol  Cariboo.
TAKK  notice  that  William   John   Simp-
sou, of Vuncouver, B. C, occupation   lire-
mrchuse   mun,   intends  to  ao"lv   Ior  iiermission  lo
purchase  the following  described   luiids:-
ed ubout 49 :    Commencing at a post  plnnled ubout 49
est   from    miles north and about 5  miles west  from
st   established  oil   lhe R. N
thc 22  mile post eslublished on   the R. N. j the  22 mih
    _..._  about   1 ____-_-_-_-_-_-_.
■ mile post established on  the R. N.   the  22 mile
1 nted Police trail  on the north bnnk j Vi. Mounted Police trnil on the north bank
Peace  River  at   the month   of Cnsh   ol the Peace River at   the mouth  ol Cash
llience south 80 chains;   thencc ensl    Creek;  thence south  80 chains;   thence west j llience   south     80   chains;    tbence   west 80
,1111s;  tbence north 80 chuins;    thence   80 chnina;   llience north  80  chnins;   thencc j chnins;   Ihcnce north 80 chaius; thencc eust
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cnriboo.
TAKK notice     thut    John Cannon,  of
Shuttle, Wash, occupation Hotel-keeper, in
PEACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT
Districl  of  Cariboo.
TAKEnotice  that   Charles  Gor'"im
.     _ ... .    .        , Seattle,   Wnsh.,      occuiiation   Laborer,,
teiuls  to apply to/ permission to purchase' tends to upply for permission to purchuse; tends to apply       ....
lhe (ollowing  described   lands:- j tha   followim*  described   binds:- I the   following  described  lands;
Commencing at  u  post  plnnted nboul 51 j     Commencing nt a  post   planled about 5'
miles north and about 9 miles west  from j miles north nud nbout  t miles west from
I        PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   of  Cariboo.
f       TAKK   notice     thnt   Cursoii   Taylor
Seallle,   Wash.,   occupaiioii   cur»enter,
'     for iiermission  t -
rebnse
W.. Mounted Police trnil on the Norlh hunk
of Pence River nt thc mouth ol Cush Creek
"■■t     Citil
shed
the R. N.
ol
80 chains to  .
.niiing   640   acres   more    >r   less.
o VERNON  EVANS,
bruary 27, 1911.   Ja>   I'ettry, agent
mencement,    east 80 chains to point  of commeiicemcut,
I containing 640 acres more or less.
[Je.io.     WILLIAM  «.jJIN   SIMPbON.
,     Februnry,28,   1911,    Jas.   Pettry,  agent.
80 chains t
taining 640 ncres
Je.tof
Murch   I,   1911.
int
lommcnceiiKiit, cou-
more or less.
JOHN  CANNON.
Jas.  Pettry, agent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   of  Cariboo.
TAKK    notice   thnt   John   Campbell,
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict   ol   Cariboo.
TAKK notice  that  Duvid   Kidd,  of Van-
R us kin,  B.  C,  occupati
10  upply   lor   permit
following described laud-
.  iniends   couveri   B.   C,  occupnl ion   Carpenter,
to   purchuse   the    tends  to u"-dy for permission   to  purchnse
\ the  followin" described   lunds -
il   planted   ubout I     Commencing at a post   planled about 49
ml   9   miles   west   miles north and  nboul   ; miles west  from
established on   the j the 22 mile post estnblished on  the R. N.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cnriboo.
TAKK   notice      thut   James   Clynch,
W.iMounted Police trnil 011 the Norlh bank
ot the Pence River ut thc molltll of Cnsh
Creek; theuce .soulh 80 ehains: thence west
80 chains: thencc north 80 chains: thence
enst 80 chnins to -o'nl of commencement
containing 640 ucres mon' or less.
Je.io. CHARLES GORKUM.
March,   2,   1911.    Jns.   Peltry,   airent,
occupation    luborcr,   iu- ' tie,
Scuttle,     Wush,   _____________________
tends to apnly  tor  permission   l<
the  following described  lands:
Commencing at u  post planted nbout   51
the 22 mile oost eslublished oil  the R. N. i the   22   mile  post established
trail,   on    the | W. MountedPolice trail on the north  bank | W. Mounted Police trail on the north bauk j W. Mounted Pnlice trail on the north bunk
i ommenelng    nl   a
45   miles  north   and
from  the  22  mile  pi
R. N,  W. Mounted  F
north   bank   of   thc   Peace   Ri   	
mouth of Cash Creek; ihenee south 80 i Creek.; thence south 80 chains; thence ensl ! Creek; thencc south 80 chains; thenceeast
chain-;; tliencc west Ho chains; iheuce north j 80 chnins; thence north 80 chains' theuce , 80 chnins; thencc north 80 chains; thencc
80 chains; theuce cnst So chains lo point j west 80 chains to point of commencement, j west 80 chains to "oint of commencement
r>I    commencement,   eoniuining   640   acres, , conlaining 640 acres more or less,
PKACK  HIVKR  I.AND DISTRICT.
Distriet   of  Cnriboo,
TAKI-: notice Hint  John Greer, of Sent-
^^^mm^^^^^^^^—t>n   miner,   intends   to
iirchnse | apnly   for  permission   to   purchase   the  following  described   lamls>
Commencing nt a nost nlnnted ahout 51
Commencing at a post planted nbout M
miles north and nbout 1 miles west from
the 22 mile posl established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police truil 011 the north
bnnk of the Peace River :it the mouth of
Cash Creek: theuce south Ko eliuins; tbence
west 80 chains; thence north Ko chuinss;
thence eust Ko chain*, to point of com-
ineucemci.t, contnining 640 acres more or
less.
Jc.lo. CARSON  TAYLOR.
March  y,   1911.    Jnmes Petlry,   agent.
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT
District   id  Cariboo
TAKE   nolice    that   Robert' Km.i
Seattle,   Wash.,    occupation   Engl eer
tends to npplv for permis       '
lhe  foilowin" "described   la
Commencing at a posl iilanted nhmii
miles north and nbout ., miles west 1,
the 22 mile oust established ,,,, 11.1. 1. "•
W.Mounted Police lrail on lhe north I ,
of the Peace River ut thc mouth oi C
Creek; thelice north Ko clmins; Uienee w
Ro chnins; Ihcnce South 80 chains'
east 80 chains to point of commeiii
contuining 640 ncres more or less
•>*■'"■ ROBERT KIV.I I'R
March  4,   1911.    James  Pettr '
thence
ugent.
PKACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict   of Cariboo.
TAKK notice lhat Frank Walker ol s,
utile, Wush. occuonlioii Ry, Hrakeinuu 'j„
y.-nds to apply for permission to p„rcjln8e
lhc following described lands:-
Comilieneing nt n post plnnted about u
miles north und about 9 miles wist Iron,
the 22 mile oost established on the R M
W. Mounted Police trail on lhe north bauli
of the Peace River nt lhc mollth of Cash
Creek, thence south Ko chains: thence west
Ko chains; thencc norlh 80 eliuins- thence
cusl 80 chains; to point of commeiteemetii
contuining 640 acres more or less.
.le.io. FRANK  WAI.KEE.
Murch.4,   1912.     James Pettr     agent
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICI
District cd C.nil.oo.
that   Waller   St.    Jo]]
miles north and about7 miles wesl fremj m.hY'nartli und ub::ut  1 m'le west frmi
iheR   N,
at   the ! of the Peace River ut lhe mouth of Cash ; ol the Peace River at  the mouih
Cash
Je.l
less
JOHN CAMPBELL.
Feb.  24,  1911       Jus.   Pettry,   agent.
TAKK 1
Vancouver
intends to
as.- lhe following d
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   of  Caiiboo.
TAKE  notice   llial   Arthur   Clements,   of
PEACE RIVER LANI) DISTRICT
iiistrui   0]   Cariboo
nee    th.it   Viol,,   Jennings,  of         	
It   C     occupat. n  Dressmaker j Vancouver,  B.   C.   occupation  Blacksmith; ££ t     ■„„,_, |(;r nermissil)ll t0    lrehl)SC
ipnly for permission  to purch-   intends to apply ior permission ^0 purch-1 U)? ,nUnwini, described lands
Je.io. DAVID KIDD.
February^, 1911.   Jas. Pettr"   n"ent.
PEACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Cariboo.
TAKK  noiice  that  William   Taylor,
Vancouver,  B.  C,  occupution  laborer,
 bed  lands:
Commencing at a post plnnted about 47
milcs north und .iboul s miles west from
the 22 mile post established on the R N.
W, Mounteil Poli e Trail on the north bunk
t the Peace R ii at lhe mouth of Cash
Creek: thencc n irth 80 chains, thence e sl
uth   80   chains,   theuce
^       inl I commencement,
.ontaiuing b4o acres more or less.
Je 10. VIOLA   JENNINGS.
Feb.  25,   I91T,        Jas.   Petirv,   ngent.
•hains.
■st  80  cll
PKACK RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District   ol   Cariboo.
TAKK notice lhat Frederick Henry, cd
Vancouver tl. C, occupation logger, iniends to apply lor permission to purchase
the  lollowing   described   lands:-
Commencing al a post planted about 47
miles north .md about 5 milcs west from
the 22 m'le post established on thc R. N.
W Mounted Police trnil on lhe north hank
of the Peace River at the mouth of Cash
Creek theuce south 80 chuins; thence ensl
Hn chains; iheuce oorth 80 chnius; theuce
west 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 ncres more or less.
Je 10 FREDERICK  HKNRV,
Feb.   25,   mil.        Jus.   Pettrv,  ugent.
PEACK RIVKR LANI) DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Alex. Paul Williams,
ol Vancouver, B. C, occupalion teamster,
intends to apnlv for permission to purchuse   the   lollowing   described   lnnds:
Commencing at a post planted about 4;
miles north nnd nbout t miles west Irom
the R. N. W. Mounted Police trail on the
north bank of Pence Rner, at the mouth
ol Cash Creek; Ihcnce south Ko chains; |
thence west Ko chums; thence north 80 |
chains; thencc east 80 chains to point ol
commencement,  containing (140 acres more
Je.io.
Feb.
ALEX    PACT. WILLIAMS.
I91I.        Jas.   Pettry,  u^ci
_.- thc following described lands:-
Commcucing at a post planted about 49
miles nortn and ahout 1 mile west fr< m
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bank
ol the Peace River at thc mouth of Cnsh
Creek; thence north Ko chnins; thence east
80 chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je. 10. ARTHUR  CLEMENTS.
Febrtlury, 27, 1911.    Jus. Pettry, agent.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Disirici   of  Cariboo.
TAKK   notice   thut   Walter   Charles Skin
ner ol Vancouver, B. C. occupation laborer
I intends to apply for permission to purchase thc following described lands:-
' Commencing ut a post piunted nbout 40
miles  north  and  about   1  mile  west    from
, the 22 mile post, cstalilisheil on  the R. N.
; Vi. Mounted Police trail on the north bnnk
of the Peace River at the mouth or Cash
Creek; thencc north 80 chains; thence west
Ko chains; ttience soutii Ko chuins; thencc
ensl 80 chains to point of commencement,
contuining  040 acres more or less.
1 Je.to.  WALTER CHARLKS SKINNER.
I     February, 27, 1911.    Jas. Petlry, agent.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislriel   of  Cariboo.
1     TAKK notice that  James tjuiekenden, of
■ Vancouver,  B. C, occupation  Laborer,  intends to npply for iiermission to purchase
: the following  descrilied  laiids:-
!     Commencing at  a post  planted  about 49
miles   imrth   und   aboul   1   mile   west from
the 22 mile post established  ou  tbe  R. N.
I W. Mounted Police trail on lhe north bauk
! of the Pence River at  the moutli of Cush
Creek;  thence south Ko chains;   theuce west
80 chains;   thence   north   Ko  chains;   ttience
eatt Ko chains to point ol commencement,
cotiluiuing 640 acres ihorc or less.
Je.io. JAMKS L'CICKENDEN.
Februnry, 27, 1911,    Jas. Pettry, ageut.
Commeneiii(r ut a post planted about 49
miles north and about 7 milcs west Irom
the 22 mile nost cstnlilishcd on the R. N,
W. Mounted Police trnil on the north bank
of Pence River nt the mouth of Cash
Creek, thencc north 80 chains; thence east
Ko chains: thence south 80 chains; thencc
west 00 chains to ■<,,,.( of commencement,
contuining 640 ucres more or less.
Jc.io. WILLIAM TAYLOR.
Februnry,28,   1911.    Jus.   Pettrv.  agent.
coutnining 640 ncres more or less.
Je.io. JAMKS  CLYNCH.
Mnrch   1,   1911.    Jns.  Peltry,  ngent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict  of  Cnriboo.
TAKE notice thnt Michael Cannon, of
Seuttle, Wash., occupntion laborer, intenils
to upply for •'"rmissioii to purchase the
followin-   described   lands:-
Commencin" ut a post planted about 51
milcs north mid nbout ; miles west from
the 22 mile post established on thc R. N.
W. Mounted Police truil 011 thc north bnnk
of the Peace River at the moulh of Cash
Creek; tlicnce north 80 chnins; i<"u-,«' e -sl
80 chains; thencc soutli 80 clmoi*:- thence
west 80 chnins to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Jem. MICHAEL CANNON.
March  1,   1911.    Jus. Peltry, agent.
f the Peace River at the month of Cash
Creel-; thence south 80 cliains; thenceeast
80 chains: Iheuce north 80 chailis; thence
west Ko chains to noint of commencement,
containing 640 ucres mor*. (,r less.
Jr.10. JOHN GREER.
March2,   1911.       Jas.    Pettry,   agent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Victor Harrison Ev-
nns, of Seattle, Wash., occupation Junk
Denier, intends to nnuly for permission to
purchase the following described hnids:-
Commenc'tig at n post plnnted about 51
miles nortli and about 1 mile west from
the 72 ftiile oost established on the R.N.
W. Mounted Police truil on the north bank
of she Pence River nt the mouth of Cash
Creek; thence nortli 80 chains; thenceeast
80 chains: thence south 80 chuins: thence
wesl 80 chains to-point of commencement,
rontainitifF 640 acres more or Ipss.
Jimo,    VICTOR   HARRISON   EVANS.
March   y,   1911.     Jas.   Pettry,   agent.
PKACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Districl  of  Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Paul Ilolker, of Vancouver, II. C, occupution Car"enter, intends to upply for permission to mirchnse
the   folb described   lands:-
Commencing nt u post plnnted about 49
miles north und ubout 7 miles west from
the 22 mile post established on the R, N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bnnk
of the Peace Riccr nt tlie mouth of Cash
Creek   ;theuce north 80 chains-   thenceiwest j thencc north
PKACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Curiboo.
TAKK  notice   that   John   Gallagher,
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cnriboo.
TAKE   notice     thut   Harry    Roach,   of
Senttle Wash., ncd'option miner, intends I Seattle, Wash., occupation T/o<*"er, intend:
to apply for permission to purchuse the •" unoly for nermission to purchase lhe
fooo-. .,i  hip.i.s; ■ following descriled lands:-
Commencim-- ai a post plpnted about 51 i Commencing i«t n oost nlnnted about si
miles norlh nnd ubout 7 miles west from '"iles north und about 1 mile wst from
the 22 mile posl established on the R.N. the ^2 mile "o«t established on the R.N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bauk W. Mounted Police trnil on the forth bank
of Peace River at thc mouth of Cush Creek I "f the Pence Riv<-r  ;-i   the  mouth  of Cash
,    TAKK  noli
of: Senttle,   Was!
i tend:
Iv  fo
PEACK RIVKR I.AND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKE   "olive   thnt   Thomas  C riff en
Seattle,   Wash.,   occupution   cnrpcittcr,   in-   _,___________._____________________^_______________
tends lo  »•»•'•• for ••proHSHioti to purchnse j the  following described   land
the   following   described   lands;- Commencing ut  n post  nil
Oommenrin" at n nost planted nbout st. miles  north  and  about   11
miles nortli  and  nbout   * miles west   from '
the 22 mile oost established on the R. N.
W. Mounted police trull on the imrlb hank
of the Peace River at   thr moulh of Cush
Creek: thence south  80 chains;   thencc  east
80 chains:  tbence  north  80 chains:   thencc
west 80 chains to point of commencement,
contnining 640 ucres morr or less.
Je-10 THOMAS  ''.RIFFKV.
Mnrch  y,   tow.    James  Pettrv,  agent.
ed
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   of  Cnriboo.
TAKE notice that Jamea Elliott, of
Scuttle Wnsh., occupation lumberman, intends to anply for nermission to purchase
thr following described  lands:-
Cnmmmcing nt a nost planted about M
miles north ami about * miles wst frnm
fir ?2 mile »ont established on th"R,N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north hank
of the Prucc Rivrr at the mouth of Cash
Creek; thenc*' north 80 donn^- thruc enst
80 clr'ine: thence south 80 chains; thenre
west 80 chains to point of eommencement,
Pnotaining 640 acres more or les1;.
Jp.to. JXMES KLLIOTT.
Mnrch   y,   1911.    James  Pettry,   agent.
^^^^ liles ■
the 22 mile oost estnblished on the !
W. Mounted Police truil on the north
of the Peace River at lhe mouth ol
Creek; thencc sonlh 80 chains: ihcnu-
80 chains: thence norlh Ko chains; 1
west Ro chuius to point of commence!
contnining 640 acres more or less.
Je.i. WALTER ST JOHN.
March b,   1911.      James Pettry   mo
80   chuins;    thence   west Ko
80 chuins;   thence south   80  chains;   ttience j chnins; thence south 80 chains; thence east
east 80 chains to point of commencement,
contuining 640 ncres, more or less.
Je.io. PACT, IIOLKKR.
February,28,   1911.    Jas.  Pettrv   a^ent.
PKACK RIVKR   LANI) DISTRICT
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKK notice  that John   Henr
11 pa l
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKE notice  Hint  Joseph  Matthews,  of
Vancouver,   B.     C,   occupation   v-urpenter,
! intends to  apnly  for permission   to purchase the following described  lulids:-
Commenciug nt n post plnnted nbout 49
miles nortb and nbout 7 miles west from
the 22 mile nost established on the R. N.
AV. Mounted P'.'ice truil on the North bank
of the Peace River at the mouth of Cush
Creek jthence uorth 80 chnins; thence west
80 chains; ttience south 80 chnins. thence
cast 80 chains to point of commencement,
contuining 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. JOSEPH MATTHEWS.
Februnry,28,  1911.   Jus. Pettr"   a^ent.
PEACK M1VER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Curiboo.
Miner,  1
u   to purch.i
of  Vancouver U
tends to apply lor permis
the loliowmg described lands:
Commencing at a post planted ahout 47
miles north uud about 3 miles w.si Iroin
the 22 mile post estnblished on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police truil on thc north hank
oi the Peace River, at thc mouth oi Cash
Creek; thencc norlh Ko chnius; thence west
Ko chains; tlicnce soutli Ko chains, thencc
ea.st Ko chains to point ol commen cement,
containing 640 acres, more or less.
Je..-. JOHN HE.NRV JACKSON. I    Kel,r„„ry, .7
H'timnry   25,   1911.     Jus.   Petirv.   agl.     | ;J	
TAKK notice that Fred Epplett, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation carpenter, intends io applv lor perniission to purchase
the  (ollowing   described  lands:-
Commeiicing at a posl planted nbout 49
miles north und about 3 miles west from
the 22 mile posl eslublished on the R. N,
W Mouuted Police trail on the north bunk
of the Peace River ut the moutli of Cush
Creek; ihcnce south 80 chains; thence east
Ko chains; theuce north So chains; thence
west 80 chains to point ol commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. FRED EPPLETT.
1911.    Jas. Pcltrv, agent.
PEACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT,
Distrnt   ol   Cariboo.
TAKK nolice that  Leo Mnrsden,  of  '
couver,    1).   C,   occupution    teamster,
tends   to  apply   for  permission   l..  pun
the  lollowing   described   lands:
Con.mciuu.g ai a post planted aboii
milcs nortli uud nbout y mi
tlie 22 nine posl, established on tlic R
U. Mounted Police trail on the north h
>.l   the  Peace  Rner nt   the mouth ol  l.
Creew;   theuce   north   Ko   chnins, thence 1
80 chuins.   thencc  south  Ko cliains.  thencc
wesi bo chuius to point ol commeucemenl
containing O40 acres  more or   less
Je.io. LEO MARSDKN.
Fehrnnry 35,  mn.   Jus. Petlry, agenl
PEACE RIVKR  LANI) DISTRICT.
District  of  Curiboo.
TAKK notice lhat Jaiir.-s Nixon, of Van
eou.er, B. C, occupalion Carpenter, m
tends to npplv for permission to nurchase
the  following   described   lauds:-
Cottimeiiceing nl a post planted about 47
mibs north uud ubout y miles west trom
thc 22 mile post estnblished oil the R. N.
tt Mounted Police trail on the north bnnk
ol the Peace Rj.er at the moulh of Cnsh
Creek; thence south Ko chains; thence east
Ko   chains.   Ihctuc   north   Ko  chains;   tlicnce
wesi Ho chains to poim   oi commencement ;
Containing t>4° acres more or less
Je.io JAMKS NIXON
Fclirnarv   2..   1911. Jaa    Pctlrv.
PKACE RIVEU LAND DISTRICT.
Districl  oi  Cariboo,
TAKE   notice    that   .Mired   Mitchell,   of
Vancouver, B.  C, occupation Moulder,   in-
. tends to apply lor perniission to purchnse
lhe   lollowing descrilied  l.nidsl-
Commencitlg ut a post planted about 49
inilos north mid about . miles west from
the 22 mile post established mi the R. N.
\V Mounted Police trail mi the north bank
oj the Pence River ut the mouth of Cnsh
Creek; thence north 80 chains; theuce eust
Ko chains; thence Soutli Ko chains; tlicnce
west 80 chains to point ol commencement,
conlaining 640 acres, more or less.
Je.lo. AI.FRKD MITCHELL.
I-'ehruary, 27, 19II.    Ja*   Petirv   agent,
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   nl  Carilioo.
TAKK notice thnt Bernard Steven, of
Vancouver, 11. C, occupation machinist,
intenils io apnTy lor permission to purchase   the   followin-   described   lands;-
Commenceing at u post planted ubout 49
miles north nud about 8 miles west from
tlie 22 mile post established ou the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail oil the north hank
of the Pence River at the mouth oi Cush
Creek, thence south 80 chains; thencc east
80 chnins; theuce north 80 chains theuce
west 80 cliains to point ot commencement
contuining (140 acres more ar less.
Jc.io. BERNARD STEVEN.
February 28, 1911.   Jas. Peltry, agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIaiRK i
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKK   notice     that   Jimmy   Hogati,   of
VuticoU.er,    Ii.    C,   occupation    miner,    111
tends to apply for permission to purchase
the   following   described   lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 47
miles north nnd about 1 mile west from
the 22 mile post, estnblished on the R N
W. Mounted Police trail on lhe north bank
of Peaie River at lhe mouth id Cash Creek
thencc soutli Ko chuins: thencc west Ko
ihaitis, theuce north 80 chains; thence east
Ko chains to point oi commencement, conlaining (.40 acres more or less.
Je.io. JIMMY HOGAN.
February 27,  1911.   Jas,  Pettry, ugent.   ,
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo
TAKI-; notice lhat John McLellan, oi
Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer, inieiuls to nnnlv for permission to urchase
lhc 1 dlowlllg   described   lands:
Commencing ut a'post planled nl out 49
miles iii nh and about j miles wesl from
the .'.' j ile posl, established on the R. N.
W.Mounted Police jtrail on thr north side
oi the Peace River at the mouth of Cash
Creek, tliencc rlh 80 chains: thence west
Ko halns iheiivp south 80 chnins, thencc
enst 80 chains to point of commencement,
contnlnliij! 641 ucres more or less.
Je  io JOHN McLELLAN,
February, .7, 19M.   Jus. Pettry, agent.
PKACK RIVER LANI) DISTRICT.
Districl   ol  Cariboo.
TAKE notice that John Wellington
Kudey, of Vancouver, II. C, occupation
carpenter, intends to npply for iiermission
to punhuse the  following describeil   lauds:
Commenciiig at a post planted about 49
milcs north und about 9 mites wesl from
the 22 mile pose established on lhe R N.
W.Mounted Police trnil on the north batik
of the Pence River at the mouth of Cnsh
Creek, thence north 80 chnins; thence enst
Ko chains; tliencc soutli 80 cliains; thence
west Ko cliains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io, JOHN WELLINGTON KADEV.
February 28, 1911,   Jas. Pettry, agent.
80 chains  to  point  of commencement,
taining 640 acres more  or  less.
Je.io. JOHN GALLAGHER.
March   I,   iqii.    Jns.   Petlry,  ngent.
rrert:   thenre north Ro chains:   'hence west
80  chains:   thenee   south   Ro  ciiuins:   thenee
east 80 chains to noint of commencement,
mntnitiin" 640 ncres more or less,
J*-.10. IHKpv ROACH.
March   y,   1911.      Jus.   Pettry,   agent.
PKACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT,
District   of   Curiboo.
TAKE notice that  Thoinns McAvoy, nf
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Diltrict   of   Cnriboo.
TAKE notice thnt Frank Mun*>r, nf Seat>
Seattle. Wash., occupation laborer, intends j tie, Wash., occunation Millwright, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the . to apnly for nermission to purchase the
following  described  lands:- I following described  lands:-
Commencing at a post planted about M j Commencing al a oost nlnnted about si
miles north aod ubout 7 miles west from miles north nnd nliout I mile west from
the 22 mile post eslublished on thr R. N, ibe 22 mile wist established on the R. N.
tt'., mounted police truil on the norlh lunik j W. Mounted-pob'ce trail on the north bank
of Pence River nt the moutli of Cush Creek ' of the Pence  River at  the mouth id Cash ,    .,...     ...   „„.... ,	
Creek;   thence south 80 chains: thence west    Creekvthence south   80  rh-ins'   tbence west j Creek:  thenc south  Ro chains: llience east ! Creel':   theuce  soutli  Ro cl
PEACE R1VR.R I.AND DISTRICT.
District  of Cnriboo,
T\KK notice that Bova Thomas «r„„Xi
of Seattle Wash., occupntion S. S. Engineer, intends to nnoJv for I'tTmissioii to
purchase the following deserihed Inndsi-
Commeiin'np nt a post planted about **
miles nortli and about n miles w-st frn^i
O'e ?2 mile oo*t established on thr R. N.
tt'. Mounted Police tnil on thr north '>nnk
of the Peace Rivrf at t'-r mouth of Cash
rreek: thenrr north 80 chains* ihenc" we«t
So chains: thrnre south Sn chains' thence
east Ro chains to noint of commencement,
containing 640 acr*1* w«r» or Ia««
Je 10. POV-V  T"nM\S WOX.
March  y,   iqii.    James Pettrv,  ngent.
PEACE RIVKR   LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Henry Huston Smonl
id Seattle Wash., occupation Carpenter, in
tends to no'dv lor permission to purcli
ass the  followin" described  lands:-
Comiiicnciug at a post planted aboul ■
miles north and ahout 11 miles ■*•■«-' 1
the 22 mile noflt established on the H \
tt'. Mounted Police trnil on ihe north bni
of the Peace River ut the mouth ol Cs
Creek; thence north 80 chnins; thencceas
Ro chains: theuce south Ko chains- them
west 80 chnius to point of commencetneni
containing 640 acres more or less,
Je.io. HKNRV  HUSTON SMOOT
Mnrcli 6,  1911.      James Pctlry   ngent.
-cha
lit   .|s
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District  id Curiboo.
T\KK notice  that   Jesse Aliimn Sl.i.
of  Seattle,  Wash.,  occupation   teumsler
tends to annly for "ermission tc
the   following  ..-scribed   buids:-
Commeueing nt a post planted
miles nor'h n'"i about ll miles we»t of
the 22 mile "osi established on tin- 1. N,
W.Mounted Police trail on the north hnnk
of the Peace River nf the mouth ol Cash
Creek; thencc north 80 clmins: thence w.si
80 chains: theuce south Ho chains thenre
east 80 chnins, to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less
Je.to. JKSSb' ALMAV SLAVTllN.
Murcli   6,   iqii.    James   Pcltrv    .non:
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKE notice that John Omelia, of
Seattle. Wash., occunntioti moulder, in- j
tends to npplv for nermission to purchuse
the  following  described   Innds:-
Commeneing nt n nost nlnnted about ^
miles north and about * miles we<» nf 0>e
72 mile "ost estahNshed on the R. N. W.
Mounted Pobce trail on the north bank of
e   Peace   River   nt   thr   mouth   of   Cash
PKACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK police that William Mathes-,», ,,:
Seattle, Wash., occunation Fireman in
tends to nnnlv for permission to purchasi
thr   followin-   descrihed   laiids:-
Commencm- nt a posl planted nuoiit 4-
iniles nnr*h >"oi ahout 11 miles weft n
the 22 mile nost established on thr \i N
W. Mounted Police truil on tbe north bail
d the  Peace  River al   tli
80 chnins;  thencc north  80 chnins;  thence   80  chains:   thence north  80 chnins:   thence
enst 80 chnins to  point   of commencement   east 80 chnins to noint of commencement,
'iituiuing 64U acres more or less.
Je.io. THOMAS McAVOY.
March   I,   1911,     Jas.   Peltry,   agent.
containing 640 ucres more or ist.
I Je.to. FRANK MTJNEZ.
!    March   y,   1911.     Jas.   Pettrv.   agent.
VEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKIC    notice   that      Ben   Simpson,   of
Seattle Wash.,  occupntion   sawyer, intends
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKK
Seattle,
notice     thnt   Harry     Miller,  of
Wash.,     occupation   Steamboat
to   apply   for   permission   to   purchuse   the I Stewurd,   intends   to  upply   lor   nermission
followin«   descVibcd   lunds:- 1 to  purchnse  the  following described   lunds;
Coinmencing at u post plnnted ubout 51 I Commencing ut a post planted ubout 53
miles north und ubout .. miles west Iroin : milcs north nnd ubout l mile west Irom
the 22 mile posl established 011 the R- N. ; the 22 mile post eslublished 011 the R. N.
tt'. Mounted Police trail 011 the north bnnk . W. Mounteil Police truil on the north bank
ol Pence River ut the mouth of Oash Creek of the Peace River ut the mouth of Cush
theuce south 80 chains; thence eust 801 Creek; thencc south 80 chnins; thence eust
chains; thence north 80 ehnins; thence west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains; theuce
80 chains to point of commencement, con- ; west 80 chains to point of commencement,
taining 640 ncres more or less. containing 640 acres more or less,
Jefio. BEN   SIMPSON. l- Jefio. HARRY MILLER.
Mnrch   I,   1911.     Jus.   Peltry,   ngent.       !     Murch   y,   1911.      Jus.   Petlry.   agent.
80 chains'   thencc  norlh  80 chains:  thence
west 80 chains to point of commencement,
rontnining64o ncrrs more or less.
Je.10. JOHN OMKT.IA.
Mnrch.i,   1911.      James  Pettry,   agent.
PKACK RIVKK LAND DISTRICT.
Districl  of  Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  that  Eniiett   McCurdy,
PEACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict  of  Cariboo.
Take notice     that     Joseph    Henry Mc-       ___     .          _ „.   _.,   _.
Giutiis, of Scuttle, Wash., occupation log- Seattle, Wush., occupution Teamster, In-
ger, intends to upply lor permission to j tends to upply Ior permission to purchuse
purchuse the following  described lauds:-       ■ the following described lands:-
Commencing ul u  post planted about 51 j     Commencing ut a  post  plnnted about Si
milee north and about  _  milcs wesl from   miles  north  and about   I  mile  west  (rom
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police truil on the north bank
ol the Peace River at the mouth of Cash
Creek; theuce north 80 chnins; thence cast
80 chains;   ihcnce  south Ko cliains;  thence
the 22 mite post established on the R. N
tt'. Mounted Police truil on the north bauk
ol Peace River at ttie month oj Cash Creek
Ihcnce   north    80   cbuins;     theuce   cnst   80
chains; thencc south 80 chains; thence wesl _______•____■.__________________--_________________________________________■
Ko chains lo point of commencement, cou- I west Ko chnius to point of commencement
PEACE RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKK nolice that Henry Milton, of
Vancouver, ti. C, occupation prosnector,
intends to apnlv for permission to purchasi the toilowing described lands.
'     4;
PEACE RIVER I.AND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKEnotice that John Andrew McDonald, oi Vgncouver, H, C., occupation fireman intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described  lands;
Commencing at a post plnnled about 4_
miles north and ubout } miles west from
the 22 mile post eslublished on the R. N.
W Mounted police trail on the north side
nl tin Peace River at the mouth of Cash
Crcekithencfl south 80 chains: tbence west
Ko chains: thencc north Ko chains; thencc
east 80 chains lo point ol commencement.
Containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. JOHN ADDRKW McDONALD,
February,28,   i"il.    Jas    Pettrv,  agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKE notice that William Foraghcr, oi
Vancouver, B. C, occupution Printer, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the  lollowing  described   lands:-
Coinmencing ul a post planted about 49
miles norlh und about 9 miles west irom
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trnil on the north bank
o| the Peace River at tlie moutli of Cnsh
Creek llience north 80 cbuins; thence west
80 chuins; thence south 80 chains; tlicnce
east 80 chnins to point id commencement,
contnining 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. WILLIAM FORAGHER.
Mnrch   I,   1911.     Jns.   Pettry,   agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKK police that Thomas Thorlcy, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation Laborer, intends to apply for [•ermission lo purcliase
lhc following described  lands;-
Commencing ut a posl plnnted about 49
miles norlh und about o. miles west Irom
the 22 iifile pkst 'established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police truil on the nortli bank
of the Peace River ut the mouth of Cnsh
Creek; thence south 80 chnins; thence west
Ko chnius; tliencc north 80 chnins; thence
eust 80 clmins to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Jc.io. THOMAS TIIORI.KY.
Marcli   1,   1911 -     J as.   Pet try,   agent.
taining 640 acres  more or less.
Jc.io. JOSEPH  HKNRV  McGINNIS.
Mnrch   I, 1911.     James   Pettry,   ugent.
containing 640 acres more or less.
Jc.io. KNNKTT McCURDV.
March   y,   1911.      Jus.   Pettry,   agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   of  Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Andrew Joyce, of
Seattle, Wash., occupation Craiiesmaii, intends to annly for nermission to purchase
the  following ilescribed   lands:-
Commcncing ut a post planted about 53
miles north und ubout 7 milcs west from
the 22 mile post established on lhe R N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bunk
of the Peace River nt the mouth of Cash
Creek; thence south 80 chains; thencc east
80 chuins; llience north 80 ehains: thence
west 80 ciiuins to point of commencement,
coutnining 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. ANDREW  JOYCE.
Murchj,   I9II.      Jumes  Pettry,   agent.
80  chnins;   thence  north   80  cliains:   lhc
rast 80 chuins, to noint of commencenu
contnining 640 ncres more or less
Je.io. WILLIAM MATHESON
Murch   6,   1911-    James   Pettrv,   aio-n
PKACK HIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Vickcrs Ramshcatli,
of Seattle, Wash., occupation BailmaLvr,
intends to  a lor    -nni.sMon  to purch
ase the following described lands:-
Commencing at a l>ost planled about 1:
milcs north uud nbout n miles west *
the 22 mile post established on ihe R. v.
W. Mounted Police trail on ihe north bank
of the Pence River at the mouth ol Cash
Creek; llience south 80 chains; theuce east
80 cliains; iheuce north Ko chains; iln';"
west 80 chains to point oi commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
Je.io. VICKKRS RAMSHEATI1
Marcli   6,   1911.    James   Peltry,   ogent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Cariboo.
TAKE notice tbat Daniel Davis Gillcs,
of Seattle Wash., occupation lumberman,
intends lo a* ■'" for permission io purchase the following described lands:-
Coininencing ut u  post  planted ubout 53 ,     __^_^_^_^_^_^
miles north und uboul 7  miles west  from   miles   north   and
PEACE RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
Districl of Cariboo.
TAKE  notice  that  Willie Hnwl.cs,  ni Se
att)e, Wash,   occunation |o"< -   intends to
apoly  for  permission  to  purcliaw the following   described   Innds:-
Couimeiicing nt  a   post  piunted ubout 47
the 22 mile post established on the R. N
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bank
of the Peace River nt the mouth uf Cash
Creek; Ihcnce north 80 chains; theuce rust
80 chains; tbence south 80 chuius; thencc
west 80 chains to point of commencement,
contuining dpi acres more or less.
Jc.io, DANIEL DAVIS GILLIS.
March  4,   1911.    Jumes  Pettry ugent.
the 22 mile posl established on the R. N.
tt'. Mounted Police trail op the north bunk
of the Peace River at the mouth «d Cash
Creek; thence north Ko chains; thenceeast
80 chuius; theuce south Ko chuins; thence
wcsl 80 chuins to point of commencement,
containing (140 ncres more or less.
Jc.io. WILLIE  IIAWKKS.
March   6,   mil,    Jjunes   Pettry,
gent.
PKACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Curiboo.
PEACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Curiboo.
TAKE notice that Alexander Shepherd, ' TAKE notice that Charles Brown, of
of Senttle Wush., occupation laborer, '' Seattle, Wash., occupution Skidder, ili-
Intends to apply for permission to purch ; tends to upply for perniission to purchuse
ase the following described  lauds:- ' the  following  described   lands:*
Commencing at u post planted about .1 < Commencing ul a post planted about 53
miles north and about ; miles west Imm : miles north and about I mile West of the
the 22 mile post estnblished op thc R. N. 22 mile post established on the R. N. W.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bunk ; Mounted Police trail, ou the north bunk of
of Peace Ri\er at the mouth of Cnsh Creek the Pence River at the mouth of Caah
theuce north 80 chuins; thence west Ko ' Creek, thelice north 0 chains; thence west
ehnins; theme south Ko chains;   thenceeast    80   chains;   theuce south  Ko chuius;   thelice
Ko chains to point of commencement, cu t cnst 80 chains to point of commencement
talnlng (140 acres more or less. , containing  dpi acres  more  or   less.
Lie. 10. CIIARLKS BROWN.
March   \,   1911.     Jus.   i'ettry.   agent.
Je.lo,
March,
ALKXANDKR SHEPHERD.
1911     Jas.   Pctlry,  ar
lllllei
Hi
orth   and   about
mile
2 mile post established on ihe li. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bank
ol Peace River al the mmith of Cush Creek
ihenee nortli Ko tliains: thence west 80
chains:   themt  soulh  80 chains:   thelue east
Ko chains to point of commencement, conlaining 040 acres more or less.
Jc 10. HKNRV   MILTON.
Feliruary *7,   I9II     Jas.  Petlry, agent.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKK   notice   that   Waller   McAlpinc,   of
Vancouver, B. C, occupalion Fireman, in
tends to atmly for iiermission  to pnechuse
the   lollowing  described   lands:-
Cotiuneuciiig al a post planted about 49
I irom j miles north and about  s miles west  Irom
the 22 mile post established on the R.'N,
W. Mounted Police trail on the nortli bunk
of the Peace River at the mouth ol Cash
Creek .theuce south 80 chains: theuce east
80 chuius; thelice north Ho chaius; theuce
west Ro chains to plnce of commencement,
eoniuining 640 ucres more or less.
Je.lo. WALTKR   McAlJMNE.
Februnry,28,   1911.    Jus.   Pctlrv.   ui-ent.
PKACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District   oi   Carilioo.
TAKI.   notice  that   Ole  Jolm   Ileudei
tion   prospector, ! Vancouver, II
ission  io  purch,
ids
PEACK HIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKIC notice that Lewis Hal ver son 1 of
Senttle, Wnsh., occupation Logger, intends
to upply for permission lo purtliuge the
lollowing descrilied lnnds:-
Commencing ut n post planted about 49
miles north and about 9 miles west Irom
the 22 mile post established on the R. N-
W. Mounted Police truil on the north bank
of the Peace River nl the month of Cush
Creek; theme soulh 80 chuins; theuce eust
80 chuius; ihenee north Ho chuins; iIkiicc
west 80 cbuins to point oi commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
J*. 10. LEWIS HALVERSON.
Mnrcli   1,   1911.    Jas.  Peltry,   ugent.
PKACK RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Curiboo.
thut   Hurry  olseii,  ol Se-
PKACK RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District   of  Cariboo.
TAKE    notice     thut     Jnmes   Kelly,   of
TAKE not   -   --.^__________________________
uttel,   Wash.,   occupation   luborcr,   intends I Schllle, Wash., occupation laborer, intends
to   apply   lor   permission   to   purchgsc   the ( to   apply   b>r   permission   to   purchuse   the
following   descrihed   binds: .^-^^^
Commencing ut u post planted about si
miles north and about 5 miles west from
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bank
of tlie Pence River ut the moulh of Citsli
Creek, thencc south 80 chains-, llience west
80 cliains;   tliencc   north  80 chains;   llience
eusi 80 chuins to point of commencement,
eoniuining dp   ucres more ur less.
Je.io. IIARRV OLSKN.
Murch,   2,    1911.     Jus.   Peltry,   ncent,
PEACE RIVKK LAND DISTRICT.
Districl  of  Curiboo.
TAKE  notice  that  WUhclltt  Mt-fMmftsen,
d Seattle  Wash.,  occupation  I..holer,  in-
following   descrihed   lu       ________________
Commencing ut u post planted about sj
milea north und ubout 1 mile west Irom
the 22 mile posl established ou the R. N.
tt'. Mounted Police trail on the norlh bank
of the Peace River at the mouth ol Cush
Creek thencc south Ro chains; tlicnce wcsl
80 chaius; thence north 80 chains; thencc
east Ho chains to point of commencement,
contuining (140 ucres more or less.
Je.10. JAMES KELLY.
Murch   y,   19M.     .ins,   Petlry,   ugent.
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cnrihoo.
TAKK notice thai Fred Siiud. of Scnttl
w«.„.B, „««,„., _,*„,..,„_„.„ .«„»_„„, |..„_c,, , Wush., occupntion Rnncher, Intends to np
intends to upply  for permission   lo purch-I ply for nermission   lo purchase the follow
■- the following described lands -      '—!'""1 ' "'-
PEACK RIVKR  LANI) DISTRICT.
Dislrict   of  Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   thut   Nathan   Duncan,
Seattle, Wash., occnoation railroad porter.
Commencing nt a post planted about >..
miles north and about 7 miles west from
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
tt'. Mounted Police n- o 1, 1 .■ north bank
of  the   Pence  River at   the mouth  of Cash
Creek; thelice uorth Ho chains; thence west 1 Creek;   thencc lion
80 chains;   tbence south  80 cbuins;   thencc ; Bo chuius:   thelice
...    descriiicd binds:	
Commencing ut u post planted about 47
miles north and about 11 miles west of
the 22 mite post established on ihe R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north Inn
of the Peace River ut the mouth of Cash
80 chuins; thencc west
mill   80 chains;   tliencc
eust   Ho chuius  to  point   ol commencement
contuining 640 ucres more or less.
Je.lo. NATHAN  DUNCAN.
Murcli   4,   1911.    James   Pettry   agent.
PKACK RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
TAKI-; notice that Levi HaWard, of Senttle, Walh., occupation Plasterer, intends
to upply lor permission to purehuse the
following described lamls:-
Cotnmciieiiig at a post planted ubout m
miles north und about 7 miles west Irom
the 22 mile post established on the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trail on the north bunk
nf the Peace River ul thc month of Cash
Creek; thencc south 80 eliains; theuce west
Ho chains; theuce norlh Ho cbuins tbence
eust Ho cbuins to point of commencement,
eoniuining 640 ucres mare or lens,
Je.io. LEV!  HAWARD.*
Mnrch 4,   1911.    Jumes Pettry ugent.
PKACE RIVKR LANI) DISTRICT.
District   of  Cariboo.
TAKK notice that George Franklin, ol
Scuttle Wash., occupution  Blucksmith,  in
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District   of  Cariboo,
of Stewart, B
intends to apnly  lor
use  lhe  lollownig   del
Commc
TAKb'.
it ice
lhat   John   tt'urwick,   of!
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT
District   of   Cariboo,
TAKIC  notice   that   Willie  Wedding,   of
tends iti apply Ior pcriiiisooii to punhuse \ lends to apply for jiermission to pur'husc
the following  described 1 Is.- ] the  billowing  described   lauds;-
Commencing at u post planted nl-otit 5l! Commencing ut a nost iilanted abotrt S3
miles north uud ahout y miles .Vest Irom j miles north aud ubout y miles wesl from
the 22 mile post established on the R. N. ! the 22 mile post established 011 the R. N.
W. Mounted Police trull on the north bauk I W. Moumted Police imi) on lhc north bunk
of the Pence River ut lhc Ulolllll ol Cash ' of the Pence River nt the molllh of Cash
Creek; theuce south  Ro chuius;   Iheuce east    Creek:   thence south 80 chuius;   ttience east
80 chains;  thence north 80 chains; il'<
west 80 chains to point of Commencement,
colilnillillg 640 ucres more or less
Je.io. WILHKLM MAONCSSON.
Mnrch,   2,   1911.    Jas.   Peltry    iff cut,
80  chains;   theuce  north Ho chuins;   theuce
west Ko chains io point of commencement,
eoniuining 1.40 ucres more or less.
Je.lo. OEORCE  FRANKLIN.
March   y   1411.     Jns.   Pettr-    ugent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo,
TAKE notice lhat John Scott, 'of Scuttle, Wash., occupution Logger, intends
to apply lor iiermission to purchuse the
lollowing described lands!*
Commencing ut u post planted about sl
miles norlh nnd ubout 9 miles west (rom
the 22 mile post estnblished on the R. N.
W, Mounted Police truil 011 the north bank
of the Peace River nt the mouth of Cush
Creek, thence south Ho elmins; ibeiiceeast
Ho chnins: tiience north 80 chains; theuce
west Ko eliuins lo point of commencement,
coiilniniug 640 acres moce or less.
Jc.io. JOHN SCOTT.
Murch  4,   1911,    Jumes  Pctlry  agent.
PEACE RIVKR  LAND DISIRICT.
District ol Curiboo.
TAKE  notice     that   Axel,   Johnson,  ot
Seal tie   Wash,,   occupat ikn   loguer,   intends
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT
Diltrict   of   Cariboo.
TAKE   notice     thut    0
PKACE RIVKR  LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Cariboo.
■ribed U:
pmcliuse   the
commencing ui a posi planted about 47' Commencing nt u posi planled about 49 I Coinmencing nt a |
miles north and ulmiit 1 mile west from j miles north and , miles west from the 22 1 milei) north mid a hoi
the 22 mile post established on the R.N. mile poht established on the R. N. tt'. lhe 22 mite post estn
u- M 1 11..1;..- .,..m  t -"- «.---•    «•      ■-	
to   apply   for  perniission   t
billowing described lauds:
Commencing al  a posl   plnnted about   *,y
tends 1 1 Cr' """i".1'1!" Kii-ineer,' in- I Seuttle, Wnshf, occupation WlW, intends
the to lowlTydi«rir«!fntSS l" P"«*»««M°( «PPV  '"f jwrmiwloii   to  purchase  the I to apply  (or '(.emission  m purchase the
vue   lollowing  described   lands:- | following descriled  lands:- lollowing   deHcribed   lunds;-
posl  plnnted  alioul 49 j    Coliimeuciut'   ul   a posl   planted   about <,i
m—^_^_^m^_m_^_^m__m___ 'Ui 9 mites west from   mites norlh und nboul 5 miles west from i mlleft north and iii.o'm \ _,.i.,n ..   ,  .    -
tt Mounted Police trail on ihe north banitl Sounte'dYPolica7r_iin,1 .V" l«i *•.' "i WJ1 mr« ",,le ,,nl,t Mt«hli,,l,w' "" ,I,e H- N-1 ihv " mile host established on the H. N. the 22 mile post est bliihlVl „ ,1 _ i"
"I Peace River „. the month ol Cash creek the Peace River It , U"Tt '' W °.1 W/ M,m,lte*1 ,,,,lke tri,il °» U,e "orth ,mnk W" MountedPolice trait on the nortb hank W. Mount" ' l* '• M.tHl?!il,le,, "» l,l«. »■ ".
tbence    north    80    chains;   tbence    east    Ko    C«e.hence  northHo ri '.   "'   C*"h    n    t,B  IW  Kiv,'r   "l   tl,e  m'm,U  ('(  C"h    nf   <W   Kiv«*      ,l1   ""   '»'■»"'   ol   Cash
ehains- tbence south 80 chnins; thence west    Bo  chains-   the e    in!*!,  £ Z   \hc,m'ta!t{ I CfMki thance norll. Ho chains;   1 hence east : Creek;thence   north   80  chnins;   ihetice  east
Bo chains to point oi commeucemenl, con    Wsst 80 chains to 3    S? ASfiJSSJ1   t ?h2in,_ Sh«nM *",llh to c)iilim-   thr,lce   *" clu,im,i   tlie,ire  ■out"  R,) "halM.  thencc
    - ■ ' containing 640 acres mor. n'T,?        ' 1 !SJ.ui T&1 to polnt o( Ct,mmen"mtnt'  *«* ft «'»■)"• <» win* ol commencement,
K <*,«       jftutfVlttWtf ^"taining 640 acres more nr less. contnining 640 acres more or less.
FtL.ry.rt, I9II.5S .%$$_Kjjm.    '   *'-"' ' .WILUB WEDDING.    | /,.»,. AXEL JOHNSON.
rgc Drown, of I TAKE notice that Willie Madden, ol
Scuttle Wash., occupation waiter, intends I Seattle, Wnsh., occupution carpenter, into   Hlililv   for   iieNtiitti-io-i   1 -.I.,...   11.. I «_...__.. 1..  #_-__...■    .
 I 80 chains, lo poinl of commeucemenl
conlaining 040 acres more or less.
Jc.io. •    FRED SNUD.
March 6,  njii,    James Pellrv,  agent.
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT
Districl of Cariboo.
TAKE   notice   that   Jolui   Smith,   id
attic,   Wash.,   occupation   Ranch
to   apply   tor  permission   to  pi
following described  binds.
Commencing at a post plant!
miles north and about 11 mil
Die 22 mile post established
'ill,!
47
W. Mounted Police irail on Hit
of the Peace Riier nl lhe tno
Creek; thencc south Ko chains;
80 chuins; theuce north 80 cl
cast 80 chnins, to point ol coiiiine
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. JOHN  SMITH.
Mnrch  6,   1911.    Jnmes  Pettrv,
I  the  R   N
north i<M'
th ol C.i.l
theuce wes
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Curiboo.
TAKE notice thnt Norman Henrv Rm
abaugh, of Scnllle, Wush., occupatioi
Ruticher, iniends to apnly for porttllsslo
lo purchuse the followinu described lands
Commencing ut a post planted about .,<
miles north und ubout 11 miles west '
the 22 mile posl eslublished oil the R. N
W. Mounted Police trail on tbe north bun'
of the Peace River at the month of Cfl*
Creek' thelice south 80 chnius; theme en"
80 chains; thence north Ko cliains; theme
west 80 chains to poini id commencement,
coutnining 640 acres more or less.
Jc.io.       NORMAN HKNRV ItORABAUCIl
Murch   6,   1911,    Jnmes   Peltry,   ugent
taining 640 acres more or less.
Jt.io.        OLH JOHN HENDERSON,
-.'thrimty 27, 1911-   Jat. Pettry   agent.
i trail 011 the imrth bank
of  tilt   Peace   River at   the  mouth of Cash
lends to apply for permission to purchase
the   following  described   lumls:-
Commeiiciug at a posl pluutcd about .sl
miles north and about 9 miles west Irom
llie 22 mile .<-. cstnb'islied ou the R.N.
W, Mounted Police trail on the north bank
<f   Ibe   Peace   River  ut   the  mouth of Cash
March  1,  1911.    Jus. Pettry,  agtnl.
Murch,  2,   1911.    J«s,  Pettry,  ngent,
Creek; theuce north Ho chains: thence eust Creek; theuce uorth Ho chains: thence east
Ho chains; theuce south 80 chains; tlicnce 80 chains: thence south Ko cliains; theuce
wast Bo chains to point of commencement, ! west 80 chains to point of commencement
contnining 640 acres more or less, containing 640 acres more or less.
Jt.io. OROROE BROWN.        Je.io. WILLIE MADDEN,
Marcli  J,  1911.     Jas,  Pettry,  agent.    |    March 4,   1911.   James Pettry agent.
PEACK RIVRR LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of CuHboo.
TAKIC notice that Hen Mitchell Comhs
of Scuttle Wush., occupution s.ilcsmnii, 111
tends to - Iv lor nermission to mirclinm
the following described lands:
Commencing nl a post iiluuled nboul -
milcs north nud about 13 miles west 0
the   22 mile post   established  oil  the K   s
W. Mi led Police trail 011 lhe norlli M'
ol the Peace River nl lhc moulh of I""
Creek; llience south 80 chuiiiN: thenco wes
80 chnins; Ihcnce north Ho chnius; tli'11'1
easl 80 chains, to point of commencement
containing 640 acres more or less.
Je.io. HEN MITCHELL COMHS.
March, 8.  1911,   „anua Peliry   agent. JULY IS, 1911.
I'eaee River Land Dist. - Dist. ol Cariboo.    Pence River Land Dist. - Dist. of Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Hurold McComb, of
KdmontoU, Altu., occupation merchant, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described  lands:-
Commencing at a  post  planted % of  a
mjfe south ol the most southerly point of
Swan Lake; thence east 80 chains; tlicnce
vuitli 80 chains^ thencc west 80 chains;
theuce north 80 chains
Jy-i
HAROLD McCOMB.
March 27,  19"'      Albert Tate, ugent.
vmmpmmi m	
i TAKI*; notice that Alexnnder McDermid,
. of Strathcana, Alta., occupation farmer,
] intends to apply for permission to purch-
j use  the following described  lands:-
] Commencing ut a post planted on the
eastern shore of Swnn Lake 1 mile uorth
j of the most southerly point, iheuce eust
, 80 chains; thence north 80 chains-; thence
j west 80 chuins; thence south 80 chains-
Jy.i. ALEXANDER McDERMID.
{     March 30th,   1911.      Albert Tate,  agent.
THE  HERALD
pace mi
Peace River Land Dist. . Dist. of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Alfred Brick, of
Strathcona, Alia., occupation eurter, intends to upply lor permission to purchaae
the following described lunds.-
Commeneing ut « posl planted % mile
south of the most soulherlv point of Swun
Lake; thence enst 80 chains; thence north
80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
soutii 80 chains.
Jv.l. ALFRED BRICK.
March 30th. 1911.     Albert Tate, agent.
Peace River Land Dist. - Dist. of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Norman White, of
Edmonton, Alta., occupation clerk, intends
to apply for permission ti purchase the
following described  lunds:-
Commencinf ut u post planted 11 miles
south of Sclbv's temporary Boundary Post
nt S. E. Corner of Dominion Peace River
Reserve, thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; theuce north 80 chaius;
thence enst 80 chains.
Jy.i. NORMAN WHITE.
I    March 37,  1911.      Albert Tate, agent.
Peace River Land Dist. - Dist. of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Arthur Lewis, of Edmonton, Alta., occupation civil engineer,
intends to apply for permission to puich-
ase the following described lauds:
Commencing at a nost planted 12 milts
suuth of Selliy's temporary Boundary Post
at S. E. Corner of Dominion Peace River
Reserve, thence south 80 chain.; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence cast 80 chaina.
Jy.i. ARTHUR LEWIS.
Marcli 28,  1911.      Albert Tate, agent.
Peace River Land Dist. - Dist. of Curiboo.
TAKE notice that Gertrude  Ritchie, of
Edmonton,     Alta-,     occupation    married I Edmonton,  Alt.
woman, intends to apply Ior permission to
purchase  the following described  lands:-
Commencing at  a post  planted  9  miles
Peace River Lund Dist. - Dist. of Cnriboo.
TAKE notice that Howard Ritchie, of
'ciipntion mine owner,
intends to apply for iiermission to purchase the following described  lunds:-
Commenciiig at  u p0at  plnnled   10  miles
'
south of Selby'a tempomry Boundary Post , south ol Selbv's temporary Boundary I'ost
at S. E. Corner of Dominion Pence River \ ut S. E. Corner of Dominion Peace River
Reserve, tbence south 80 chains; llience | Reserve, Ihcnce south 80 chuins; thenc.
west 80 chains; thencc north 80 chains; west 80 chuins; thence north 80 chains
thence eust 80 chains. \ thence east Ho chains.
Jy.i. GERTRUDE RITCHIE. Jy.i. HOWARD RITCHIE,
March 30th.  1911.      Albert Tate,  agent.   I     March   27,   1911,       Albert  Tate,   agent.
—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 CcLd.
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 are here:
A prospectus has been issued which reads
in part as follows:
aORTHERN INTERIOR BREWING
COMPANY LIMITED.
Incorporated under the B. C. Companies
Acts.
SHARE CAPITAL 830,000,00.
divided into' 600 shares of $50.00 each.
PRESENT ISSUE
300 shares of $50.00 each at par,
payable
J on application and J on the corresponding
day of each of the' three following months.
DIRECTORS
JOHN, A. FRASER, M. P. P. Merchant, of
Quesnel, B. C. President.
JOHN B. DANIELL, President, Northern
Interior Frinting Co. Ltd. South Fort
George, Vice-President.
WILLIAM L. COLLINS, Manager Hudson's Bay Co., Quesnel,        Secy-Treasurer.
A. W. CAMERON, Bank Manager, President
Quesnel Board of Trade, Quesnel, B. C.
EDWARD' L. KEPNI-R. Proprietor Occidental Hotel, Quesnel B. C.
GE:RGE J. WALKER, Late Government
Agent, Barkerville B..C,
BANKERS
The Northern Crown Bank, Quesnel B. C.
SOLICITOR
E. J. Avison, Quesnel, B. C.
Registered Oflice Quesnel B. C.
This company is proposing to immediately
erect at Quesnel, a high class, modern brewery, and is offering to the public for subscription at pur 300 of its 600 shures.
Since the incorporation of the company
several ^nonths ago, continuous efforts have
been made to obtain from the Dominion
Inland Revenue Department its consent to
the issue of a brewery licence, lt hus now
agreed to a grant being made when the
brewery is erected, and it has already appointed an Inland Revenue Inspector ut
Quesnel to transact tho business of the company. An application will be made with all
practicable speed  for a   provincial licence,
and the Directors now propose to immediately construct and equip the 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, and for so doing the said J. B. Daniell will be allotted 60 shares, and the said
J. A. Fraser; W. L. Collins; (A. W. Cameron;
E. L. Kepner; and George J. Walker 18
shares each. A contract dated 25 November
1910 to this effect has been entered into between the Company and the individual Directors and 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 the very fortunate position of being discharged from all initial and organizing expenses. <
No shares will be(issued 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. He hus 25
years experience as a Brewer in Germany,
Switzerland, the United States and Canada.
He is a graduate of the Americun Brewing
Academy and was for years Brewmaster of
thc Upper Michigan Brewing Company, and
later of the Imperial Brewing Company, of
Kamloops, both of which were exceedingly
successful under his management.
Mr. Bruder is thc owner of a considerable
amount of Brewing plant and apparatus,
and so much confidence hus he in the possibilities of this District, and the successful
outlook of thc Company that he has agreed
to turn over his plant at a valuation in exchange for tho shares of the Company at
full par value.
The 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 the 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
$16,000.00
Less estimated value of
Mr. Bruder's plant  1250.00
Net amount  of capital
required    $14750.00
The profits of Breweries are proverbial.
Th^ 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
the splendid prices obtainable, place this
brewery in a class by itself, and make the
Directors firm 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 the
Brewery. Prices vory from $8.10 to $12.85
The average weight of such a barrell is
245tbs, and the freight from the Brewery to
Quesnel at 5 cents 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 6
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., @ $8.00 ... $12,000.00
Selling price thereof @
$22.25 per bbl.,(whole-
sale in  Quesnel is today $30.00 p«r barrel ...33,375.00
Estd., gross profit ... $21,375.00
After providing for the writing off of the
cost ot the entire building and plant in five
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 60 per
cent.
To comply with the Companies .\ct it is
stated 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 Bankers, the
Northern Crown Bank, Quesnel, or to the
Trader's Bank, South Fort George, with a
remittance for the amount payable on application.
A copy of the Company's Memorandum of
Association is printed in the fold hereof,
and with the Articles of Association of the
Company forms part hereof.
Where no allotment is made the deposit
will be 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 future instalment on
shares allotted when due will render previous payment liable to forfeiture.
Full prospectuses (upon the terms of which
applications will alone be entertained) and
forms of application can be obtained from
the Northern Crown Bank, Quesnel, The
Trader's Bank, South Fort George, from
any of the Directors, and from E. J. Avison
Quesnel.       '
This prospectus has been filed with the
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
Dated at Quesnel, this 26th., day of April
1911.
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*'^^^4^m_%^^m^%_^%_^^^m)^^^^^^m_*''^ ___'__? * ___________\______\ W ^^^ W^tf'itf ^>fr__if"M>'Mt tf'tf'tf w-*'-^m-* /Aw_lW-fM>'itf'aMi?>itf
$50 EACH—SHARES—$5© EACH
Name in full..
Description
THIS COMPANY offers to the public of Cariboo an opportunity of investing in a venture which will add materially to the industrial
development of the district, and the profits of which will be great
Send in your application for shares immediately.   Much of the stock
has already been subscribed for.   Don't delay.   Act at once.
This form of application may be used.    It should be filled in and sent in with the
amount of the deposit to the Northern Crown Bank, Quesnel, B.C.
.191
TO THE DIRECTORS OF THE NORTHERN INTERIOR BREWING CO., LTD.
Gentlemen- (Traders Bank, South Fort George, B.C.)
Haying paid to the (Northern Crown Bank, Quesnel, B. C.) the sum of	
being a deposit of $12.50 per share on  shares in the above named company,
I 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 I hereby agree to
accept the same, or any smaller number that may be allotted to me, and pay the balance of $38.50 per share as provided by the said prospectus, and I hereby authorize you
to register me as the holder of the said shares.
Address   .
Date	
Signature
RECEIVED this day of
the sum of $ , being a deposit of $
shares in the 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. PAGE .^1X
THE    HERALD
JULY 15, 1911
V. ',1 ^^^^
days.   . bed
from those who make the
in_- bv renting thei i. ^ ':'l
Iil
Living in n town without u f
hotel, and especially when that
(own is situated 300 mill s from  j
the    nearest    railroud, gives a
greal  stimulus to the problem
un 'lit the high cost of living, of \
h so much is heard nowa-
ts 81.00 ,i night
make their liv-
hem. M tils cost
ich, or 81.00 ii you
.  thai   makes exist
on a day, The hotel
.'. -S-...II, and S3 per.
ain't  no real hotel
ill   present,  and  wont  be until
I lie new licence is granted.
. C. WIGGINS
farm lands     Real Estate   GARDEN tracts
Having spent the entire summer, last year, in South Fort
i   Georze and adjacent surroundings,  1 am in a position to
]   advise intending investors of the relative value of all properties in the district.
I carry a select line of South Fort George business property.
HAMILTON ST., SOUTII FORT GEORGE, B.C.
(T-
II. c. seaman
inaiiui.iT i ^^^^^^^
ol Canada hero, li lives
day next for two weeks
Mr. Sor.mun is (linking I
Uracil. California, whei
|.o|
Thr    residents of Barkerville
ni u message of gratulat-
i, to King George and Queen
,,.   ,,n  the    occasion   of the
r't"u''Tri.der'rBank  Coronation, and received along
[in   rubied  message ol  thanks from
iv.   His   Majesty's   secretary,   says
lhe Barkerville correspondent of
l i,  Ashcroft Journal.
fume ol til .iii. e
ed Faint l\ fri m the \ . Iun
behind, he will find an .re idi
well calculated to prove restfi
lo mind and bodj after u soli
year's stl inuoti- hnnking in t i
wilds of British Colun
undeveloped hinterlani
b
The steamer Chilcotin arrived
here late last Saturday night
.villi a load of freight tor this
town, The big boat made the
trip from Quesnel to this point
ni two and a half days, in spite
of lho extremely high water. We
understand lhat new machinery
is now on tho road in here for
lho Chilcotin, which will be installed iyn mediately it is all laid
,-.,.,, , .. , ., down in Soutii Fort George.
Reginald   Hundi.ll, und wife, ,~_ ch[koUn is huiU on j
arrived  in  South  Fort  Oeorge  |inos nnd i( equipped with prop-
on the steamer      X. last Mon- _,. miu)hi       ' „.'„„,,, W(, ^j-^
,lB.'-  M,r     '""     r     """ 1VP; lie the fastest craft on the river.
I "",l   ,lssls.!inl    'overnment s|._ , f   .     god_ c    k        .
Agent   occupying also the pos- ,,,
ilinii ol Regis trar ot the ( ounly
Court of Cariboo. Mr Randall Al. Johnson, of the burnt
has been in Barkerville for Hotel Northern here, is expect-
many years past, under Gov- ed to return here on Honda)
eminent Agent George Walker, next. We understand, from ad-
Messrs. Suva"0 and Myers v'n's received from the coast,
the two journalists who left tna' tnero wi" '"' no difficulty
here last week, bound for the in lm' re-issuance of the.hotel
I'eaee river country, via tho licence, cancelled by the burn
overland    route    to   Giscombe ing of the building,
portage, got estranged with the  •
country ill general hetween hen \n jSSUl, ,„• t|,B |nt,.rior News>
nnd Giscombe, in the midst ol published at Aldermere. adverse maze of new trails between ,;s(.s ,|„, pl.|ces charged by the
these points, and armed hack Bulkley Valley Umber Corn-
on u raft, after many advent- pnny Q. t0jiows.
tires. They loft again on Tuos- ' |?jrst class rough lumber, $26.
day, by canoe with an Indian. Second Class .. .. lfi.
The Cariboo Observer, pub- Matched spruce, 35,
lished at Quesnel, is now no Surfaced, 32.
longer under the maw of the Matched pine 40.
Natural Resources Security Co. Surfaced H7.
townsito-tinhorns. lt is no« the Shingles, per m, fi.
ark bumond of Aldermere is fill miles from
I'liJg (.| inpuny Hazelton, and i'i" miles northwest   of here.    Construction is
DiatrtctB ol
Fort George, Nechaco Valley, Fraser
Valley, Bulkley Valley and Stoney Creek
For Sale
Town Lots
Farm Lands
Garden Tracts
Government land (or 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," Port George, B.C.
&
Real Estate
Fort George and South Fort George
Sales Solicitors for
Natural Resources Security Co.
Limited
Representing
Mercantile Trust Co., Ltd.
Canadian National Inv..!ors,L!_
Excellent listings of
City Property
Garden Tracts
Acre Tracts
Farm Lands
BEST FACILITIES FOR LOCATING PRE-EMPT10NERS
^__
DON'T   BUY   ON   PAPER
We don't ask you to purchase South Port George lots by
making a pencil mark on a townsite plan- You would
be safe in so doing, but if skeptical
COME TO       r
fsOUTH FORT GEORGE
^=3   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
WRITE FOR INFORMATION TO
NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT CO.
172 Hastings'Street, Vancouver, B C , or the resident agent,
g. e. Mclaughlin
Fourth Avenue, South Fort George
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!jWm.Blair&Co.|
McGaghran
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS
AND MAKERS OF FINE ICES
Fourth St., Snuth Fori George
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
WM. KENNEDY, Manager.
Cor. Second and Hamilton Aves., SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
Fine crockery pleases the eye,
Nourishes the heart
And stimulates the appetite
We carry a complete line
I.
I
I
(HEADQUARTERS^
FOR
FORT GEORGE LANDS
YOU CAN STILL BUY
Good Land at Reasonable Prices
"—~ and On Very R-at.ni._l. Terms. Title Perfect. ~~
Write for further information to
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
General Oflice*:   410, 411, 412 Winch Bldg., Vancouver, B. C.
London Oflice:   8 Old Jewry.
South Fort George Office, Second St. Russell R. WALKER, Sales Agent
PAID-UP CAPITAL,
$1,000,000.
property of   Murk l.umond, of
Vnncouver.      This     cm i.i|
founded The Observer, nnd
owned until Inst
« hen
beginning to liven tilings up in
we sold to counter tho Mow   *»' fti!"1' "'"'sl""1 "I11 fT
livered at  out   Hohu-pl.-.us by  ^P"   ,"   "' "
the   townsite    company, when   Ihoir lumber company, as com-
they    started    a little' rag   inl""'1''1   with   the Fort   George
Quesnel, with the information, companies, is a charitable institM
printed in boldface at the top of ution,   but    when the gsading
its "editorial    nnlinnn   ai.ni.in-_ teams and steam-shovels are in
For
Sale
Nechaco
River water-
frontage
Within one
mile of subdivisions
^^^^^^^     Apply t0
N H WESLEY, Second street
HAMILTON & WHITE
PROPRIETORS
Second St.
mi Feec| Stables
Rigs, Saddle and Pack Horses furnished on short notice.
Draying of all kinds and excavating done. Feed of all sorts
continually kept on hand.
Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed.
mini, slatiinr. .-g—^——
"l'ur the    oresent and   iinlil BV'('enoe round here we shall be  i'enee River Land Dist.    Dist. of Cariboo.     _
further notice   I and  •ind  Conl ''''''''  '"  ',l1''''   'ums,'s  ;l1   >'6aS0n- :    TAKE notice that Walter Gilpin, ol Ed- ' "
'     "        '"'         '" j.hk' cost also                                    niontnn,   Altn., occupation merchant,  in-
.\utlees  will  be; published   the ' tend, to ajiply lor permission tu purchase
lull leo-tll lVtlllil'eliiolll  for Sl llll ! the  lollowini; descrilied  laiuls:-
" '' - " l"[aiIUIIUll 101     l .oil I    c„mineiiciii|.   at   a   post   planted   1   mile
per  notice,- cash uilh order." P*""_?-'V1V""".' ",'\\ „ ."".. ,,i ,r,   „l   S""U| "' Hclll>''s '«»l>°rnry Boundary Post
I      ...                                                  , l->M". n»lH'e lli.it Milium Multllews, ol , „t B. p;   L„nicr ,„  „„,,„„„„,  pt.al_  Kivl.r
     I i'i"'    ■'■■'■''■   ' S   lirst    bill lull,    Alta.,    uccupaiion    Insurance   Rcse.«,   thenee  south    80  ehnins;   thence
ISSlie.  .slim
cliarge of The Obsen
a  linotype   man. a
genius ami nil-round
.-Sent, iniends to applv ior permission to j wcsl   g_   chains;   thence north  80   chains;
re'Illy    IS now   111   „_r_|ia_- the lollowini; described lands;.      | thence east 80 chains.
\t>ji;i|ie.    Keserve,   them-
WOriier.    lie   will   raise    llle   Ub-   otmcc east '„"
server
,.,„■  ,s      Commencilii!  ut  ,1  post   planted  1  miles | Jy.,, WALTER GILPIN.
",   south ol Seluv's temporary Boundary Post      March 11st. 1911.    Albert Tate, agent,
allical    a  s. IS. Corner ul Duininion  Peace  Kiver | ■
chains;   theuce
orth 80  chains;
ll   ol    llo
Peace River Land Dist.     l.i sl. of Car
llll
«,.ale
Pence River I.aml Dist. - Dist. of Cariboo.
I TAKK uoiice that Alexander Duthie, ot
1 halm,niton, Altu., occupation miner, ill-
I teiuls to upply for permission 10 purchase
the loll.,witii: described lands:
I    Commencing ut  11  post  plnnted   I  mile
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    """'■ ! south of the S. W. crner of Swnn Lake,
I       TAKE notice that George Home, of Ed- ! thence   easl    80  chains;   thence   south   80
multton     Alta.,    nccupation   engineer,   in-   chains;    tiience    west    80    cliains;   thence
lends  li applv  (or permission  to  purchase ' north 80 chains.
I   the following described I Is; I Jv.l. AI.KXANDI.R  Dl'THIE.
Commencing nl  a posl  planted  1 miles |    March 17,  1911,      Albert Tate, ngenl.
0.11th ol Sclbv's temporary Boundary Post '■	
.1  S. E.  Corner ol  liuminioil  Peace Kiver   Peace River Land Dist. • Dist. ol Curiboo.
-nerve,   thence   soull,    80  .hums;   tnence !    TAKE notice  that  Ballon  Kirklund,  ol
.vest   80   chuins;   tlicnce north  80   chains; , Edmonton,   Alta.,  occupation  jeweller,  in-
Ul'eiy  be  a  great   success,   liolli   ihenee cast 8u chains. I tends to npply for iiermission to purchase
GEORGE IIORNE. I lhe  lollowing  described  lands:-
———————————————————— 3'si- 19".    Alberl Tale, agent,,       Commenciiig  ai  a  posl planted 2 miles
efution 01  Iiie needs Ol lhe com- south „l the S. W. corner ol Swaii Lake,
iiuniiu. -iverytlung in tlie lorm   p  River Und Dist. - Dist. oi Cariboo.  '1*.™ Tl  Ro cl"1_"!,';,  "K'".. s"""' s!'
! chains; thence west ho chains; thence n.-rlli
Olileteli.pineal  Wlnell eliminates      TAI;K  „„,,„    ,,„„   .,,,,,„   „,,„    .,   ,,,,.   Ha chains.
iiie    necessity ol   the constant  m.uiton, Alta., occupution nccuuiitnnt, m
i.'ilv b.r perm,ssion t,. puichast 	
UK   described   lands:-	
ing al a post plnnled 4 miles Peace River l.nu,I Hist. - Dist. of Cariboo,
idby's temporary Boundary Post TAKE notice tlmt Arthur Mason, of
>rncr 01 Dominion Peace River Edmonton Alta., occupalion Dentist, luence   Butlth    80   chains;   Ineiue tends  to applv   l„r permission  to  purcliase
ins    tbence in.rlh  Bo   cbninsi 'he  lollowing  described  lauds:
4., chains. Commencing at a post plained i\ miles
JOHN HALL. ol the most southerly point ol Swnn Lake
-   rill.     Alberl Tnlc, agent. ' thence    easl   8„    chains;   thence  south  81
High     III   jy... WILLIAM  MATTHEWS.
__MM-__l-_-__________H__Mn, Ost. 1111       Allan Tate, agent.
which it lias wallowed tne lasl ■' ______
six months.
The Kort George Tradine n
'I nalier  t oinpaii.   are ci Hi sling   nisi ;ii!ni_   an  net I nr  pin
Inr iiie town, 111 connect n
tneir splendid mill,  i lie |
ition,    if    art oil     upon,
sl
lilianeially, and   Irom  a
^=
There is no set rule determining
Real Estate values in the province
of British Columbia. Since the issue of the Grand Trunk
railway charter to build the transcontinental through this
province land hitherto commercially valueless has taken on
a value that in many instances staggers the outside man with
money. Lots on Hastings street, Vancouver, 25 years ago,
sold from between $500 to $looo. Everyone of these lots
today are worth one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars. Property sold at Prince Rupert three years ago, corresponding to Vancouver Hastings street realty, brought
516,6oo. Who, then, is the mortal who can set a value on
western real estate with its towering possibilities?
Come to me.    I'll hclpyou buy.    Write for acreage
N. H. WESLEY
Real Estate Specialist South Fort George
^
j   1836 |      Assets Exceed Fifty Million Dollars      |  1910 ]
The
Your money is Baler in the Bank than In your hoimc or In your
pocket. It is not tied up. You can get it out at any time without delay. NOTES discounted. Local and Foreign Drafts bought
aud Bold. COLLEiCTIONS made promptly.   Money Orders Issued.
Fort George Branch,      L. G. MacHaffie, Mgr.
THE TRADERS BANK OF CANADA
Head Oflice:
TORONTO, ONT.
Paying Out-of-Town Accounts
Small amounts can be sent safely and at small cost by using
Bank Money Orders. Any bank in Canada (Yukon excepted)
will cash them without charge, and they can be cashed in leading American cities.   They are sold at the following rates:—
.*. ittnl untl.;r
Over im to Sim
Over ts t" .in
OY4T fcW I., $.r«
-H-rpHu ^_W_WKIfK________J_ - •n.sso.ooo
H. C. SEAMAN, Manager.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, R. C.
J
.Iv.i. I1AI.TIIN  KIKI.I.ANI).
-Marcli   2J,   l.ll.       Albert  Tate,   n^elil.
Ma
laiml Dim.      Dim.
thence  went  8u    chains;   then,
chalii.,
Jy.i. ARTHUR MASON
imrth   Ku
importation of perishable sup- [j
pirn., is a great step towards tno
ndvaneetmiiil ol n»' immediate ,.
needs of the district. Uoal oil, i<
gasoline, and such liquid oils, j1,
especially those subjeel to evaporation, are    probably articles 	
which are    imported   «illi the i>e„c_ u
greatest   difficulty   and    Inss  ill     TAKI
transit,   consequently   lhe cosl 't.iitiu.
ol these necessities, liunled, has .,.,'.. ,,,. , n ,.,„. .,,.„,.i,.,.a i„„i.. .
,     , , i      •       ii   I..ll..«m_ .I-mtiIiwI   amis TAKI;   „„,il(.    thlll   ArUl„r   w.llk(,r   o|
to be placed on ll basis allowing      Un-ie_cinj m  .. post  plantnl s inilcs   Kl|monton, Aim., „i,ii,,,,tmn dcrk, Intends
For tho loss, making the price Tl if___ TZZon"vt?ilZ %_*& J_U_?__* "' """'"'" l"c
lllllliist       prohibitive.      In   these Keserve,   Ihcnce   smilh    Ku  chains:   thence
materials ».e dopend for light. ZZZ'Zi,.''"'"" """" "" d"""s'
The Uov.   li.  II.   Issmic Wil- 'V,,,,,
liams, late of Nowbry, England,	
Unit    Sarah    llrick,   ■ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
i ,   ucci,|,„t.„i,   inorrled   p       R,      ,     , , , .   ,
Fort George Trading & Lumber Co., Limited
Operators of Steamers on the Fraser, Nechaco and   »ai,"d™r*^-tJ,rJ^
nolnl ot dratinutluri.
All kinds of rough and dressed
Lumber for Sale
Mouldings
chas. e, Mcelroy
.(-I'licrul Manas
South Fort George
THE BANK OF VANCOUVER
Read Office:
VANCOUVER, B. C.
•2,000,000
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED      -_-_-_---■
direc Tons:
K.  P. McLennan,   F.»ii„  Preeltlonti Me-      Jiohcrt Kennedy,   New Westmtn-
Lennan,    McKe.ly  & Co..   Wholoanle   |      B^er-
lliudwiirc. Vnncouver, B.C.
M. ii. caui.is, Esq., Vlee-Prwld«nti
I'ltiiltaliht. Victoria, ll.C.
Ills lltlMlll T. W. PATERSON, LlCtt-
tfiinlil-lloviTiiiir   Itrilisli riiliimlitii.
I„ W. SIIATKIIUIi. Bn)., M.1..A.. Mor-
.■Iniilt,   llcilley. ll.C.
W. II. MALKIN, Eiq., Tin- W. II. Malkin Co.. Ltd.. Wholesale llroO'T-.
Viiiiconvir.  H.C.
.1.  A.  MITCHELL,   Eiq.,   Onplt-lllt.
Victoria, 11. C.
E. II. HEAPS, Eiq.. E. II. Henlw «
Co..  Lumber ami Tlmberi  Prciident
Columbln Truil Co.. Ltd.,   Vancou-
w, 11. C.
,1.   A    llAUVr.Y.   Eiq..   K.C..   lorlilcrlt
ol Cranhrooki B.C., Vnncouver, B.C.
A. I,. HKWAIl. (Icaernl Mana|er.
OBNERAL HANKING BUSINESS THANSACTKIl
Fort George Branch; F. N. DEWAB, ___M__
T
r;^_C-__-_-S_-;___-_L,___^__^__L,__-_:___-__---^:-----_^
.-'__-'__"__.•"__.'_
arrived here on the lasl bunt ti
Pia
He
fiillowini; ilfscriheil lunils:' -___^^^_^^___
Commencliig at a post planted i\ inilcs
soutli   of  the    most   southerly  corner ol
Swan   l.nkc;   thence cast  80 chains:   tlicnce
SAIUII 1IUKK. ,-ut||   8o   f|lai„s;     tlleltce   west   80  cliains;
will.  1911.     Alhcrt   late, injcut.     Ui.nce north 80 chailis.
Jy.i.
I.und Dist.    Disi. ol Carlb
ARTHUR WALKER.
March   iH,   19II,       Albert   Tate,   agent.
inaugurate llie permanent worli  s,.,?'',
ticc  that  Duncan Dnrraiul, ol
_____m—_______mn_m        l   • ............iu,   Alia.,  occillmtioll Kartuer,   ill     Peace River Land Hist. - Dist. ol Carilioo.
til   the    CIllH'i'll    ul    Knglund   III   lends o, mqil) lor iiermission lo purchase
this section.   A eliureli will be ". I""""i"" ',«"reil«" l""[>
TAKli notice that John While Heron, ol
'"' '"'' "Comine-ci-. "al a lilat nl-iitial 6 mllei ,!l,m""1""' Alla" "l'tnl»ah.n Harher, In-
ire   ill   soulh ol Selby's Tcmiiorary Botiiidary Post ' ;f,lr',..i"...uV|,.ly.,.!..r.iEmis;.i.','" '" l"lrclli,st'
Imilt   in    the    near     liilur    ...,_ ,,„, ,„„„„„„, ,„.„   ,,    ,„    .■■ -,    ..-,  , ,    ,
, ._,-,-■        , ,, „ o .  .the lollowini;  oescnhcl  laiiih..
South    i • ll    G 'go.     I't.r  the   »' f. K. Conic r cl_Do million Pea«•*!'«      Commencing at a post planted >X mllei
,,r,..,.1,1   ui.r\.|i   v III  lu. ,•,,mini.I       4   ..   oj      1   il        1 ,1    JI1    1   :,..     "Ilth  ol  llie H.   W. corner „l Swun  Lake;
nii^eill mm \ 11 es \, 11   111   i (iniiiii i-   west   ^o   chains'    h,ii,c n,,rl 1  80  chains: . ,, ..,   o     ,  ,        .. .. .   _
1  1   . 1       1. 1 , 1     11     ,1 , _ thence    south  80  chains;    thence  wesl  80
el   III    the   I'lillrlll     Street   hall.    ',"™"' ''"s     j,,'^^'.:ix IirilKANI) I ciiuins; theuce north 80 chains; thence east
NeXt   S" l-V    ll"'   (''•""..union    • M„re), ,,oil,.  ,„'„•:' Albert Tut., agent.   \%Z'""' JOHN WHITE HERON.
Murch  28.  I9II.      Albert Tate,  agent.
service will lie held al 8 o'clock
in the morning, matins and
sermon ;it  11.
Iliver Lnml Dist. - Dist. nf Cnrilmi
TAKF. nolice  that  William  Durranil,  ol I pMce Rivfr |,nni| „js,   . nisl   „, Curiboo.
mm^_mmmmmmmmma_mm___________r,lt A"" I''',    Allll.,      .alitor.    Ill
The iamilv o[ Mr Gross nf u'"'ls '" "PP'y lor "ermission to purchase IAKK notice that Albert Tate, of Edit,- 1.,,„:i„ „- ti,.,.,i,„ ,. c the lollowini. described Innils: monton. Alia., occupation prospector, lie
"" ( ailDOO tlaiaware t O., Ill Comtnoliclng „l ■., post planleil 7 miles tends to alu.lv b,r iiermission to purcliuse
rived    on   Monday's   boat.   Mr.   suut'1 "t Selby's temnorury Boundary.Post lhc lollowltnr dcscrihetl;1audai.
C,.iK.   I,„0   L.,,.,,,1' t|,,,   I.,,.,.,,   ,.,,|       ''   H- ''■■  Corner ol  llnmlllioll   Pence   Rner Colnmcncllig  al   a   posl   planted one mile
1 n.i.   11 ,1.-1 11   11.1   laigl   tin-   Reserve,   iiiencc  south    80 chains:   thonce   west  of the outlet  ol Swan   Lake, (Pons
Ulge on the corner 01 sixth una   "'"'   ""  chains;   Iheuce north 80  chains: Coupe    Rlvcr) thence   160   chains   south;
I osi'lle   VvfimiPH                                           thelice e.isl 80 chains. I llience   ao   chains   east;   thelice   l(,o   chains
'                                         Jy.lu.              WILLIAM   Dl'RRANI). north;   thence 411 chains wesl.
.1.   M.   Miller,  one   of the   pion-       Miri1' »""■ ""'■     Allien Tate, agent. ! J^l.   ,      .               AI.HKRT   TATE
eer   rancher-   ni   the   Mild   Itiver   Peace River Land Hist.     Dist. ol Curibou
arch  lb,   iqn,      Albert Tate, agent.
Important Real Estate Announcement to the Residents
of South Fort George
 Some time ago we purchased 262 lots in Collins' Addition, D. L. S. 1420. 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 WALCM LAND CO.
Northern Crown Bank Building WINNIPEG, MAN.
KUSSELL PEDEN
W. E. COOKE
The
iRMRi LUIBEE CO.
GENERAL MERCHANTS
and manufacturers of all kinds
of rough and dressed
LUMBER
We are consistent in our
prices and the stock is
new in our big Second St.
Store
Our lumber is dry and
must be used to' make
building resist the frost
of winter
I  Store, Office and Lumber Yard, South Fort George
P. G. B. BODEKER
valley (ells us thai the crops in takr notice    tlmt iienry Oowan  ol  ''""'■' Hivitr '•"l"' "l!"' • "'"'• "' c»rll"|n
that section    are splendid this 'Zu",""\ ..".' ""T"1"" ?mk«., •» LTAK? ""Vf1'   """ K''w"r'1 ""r"e' ,"' I—~
. ...i lend; i" apply tor permission to iiurchnu   Rdmonton, Alia., occuiiation engineer, in-
year.   llayuiL' Will commence in the fullowing ilcscrihcil Innils:. j teiuls to apnly lor nermission to purchasi
about  tWO Weeks Commencing  nt   a  post   planted 8 miles   the  billowing  ilescribed  lands:- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
. 8nllVi ol Sclbv's temnorarv Boundary Post,   Cotnineticlntt at a post planted S nl a I     T 4xm   ..Tr. rn-.-m,T, r.,.,,,-,.-
Theie is  nn work  fur bartelil " s- ''•• l "r,l,,r nl Dominion Peace liner   mile south trom the most southerly point!     L,AND.ANU  llMli_.lt i_,h._l_,l__l
.,      ,i     ,.     ,     ,,     ,.,.„   „4 Rcscrce.   llience  south    Ho  chains;   theme   "I  Swan   Lake:     tlicnce  south  80'chains; Prp-itmiillntia LoiMitoil
ITS   111     .South    I'lil'l     l.eul'ge   at WMt   r„   ehnins:   tlienc. north  8u   chailis;    ihcnce   wcsl    80  chnius;   thence   north  80 , 1 re ernpuon. mt-ttteu.
this time   and  lemon suu.ezers thence east 80 chains. chains; thence east 80 chains. SOUTH PORT GEORGE, B. C.
I Ills   1,1111-,   unci 1      1 .. HliNRV OOWAN, I Jv.l. KDWAHI) HORNE.
are tho only booze tOllls in  Use.     March jolli. 1911.     All,m T..te, iiBent.       March .7, 1911.      Allurl Tate, ajint,    I fc-imATEt Bu»MlTTKn. ,
WiM'i
gore & McGregor,
B. C. LAND SURVEYORS
Victoria and
Fort Geokge. B. C,
Pre-emptions m
LOCHied  Clou to Fori George
N.CJORGENSEN South Ft.George
Suits SS/
*"**"        Repaired
PLAIN
SEWING
OPPOSITE    HOTEI
Mrs. G. McGaughey
northbjw

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